The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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KOLSTAD HOME IS[ CITY INSTALLS NEW Funds Allocated To 2,500 People Estimated J

Harlem School ProjectThe


I West Palm Beach office of ;:)

ON SUNDAY MORNING TWO INTERSECTIONSFire the reported Works Wednesday Progress Administration that slightlyless

than a thousand dollars had Mill Harvest Festival Here. j jo

there the first allocation -
been as
I I received
of undetermined origin but One' of the most progressive stepsin ,
of funds to the Harlem :i
recent months was the installation -
generally believed to have resulted which has been plac- '. :
I I of traffic caution lights at'' the School project Attendance Record Set
from defective electrical wiring, I ed at the head of the preferential Senior Plays Are .
business intersections ,
two most important. *
completely destroyed the home of I Unless unforeseen '
I list of local projects. ,
1 and of ,
Monday Tuesday --
H., C. Kolstad, manager of the Commissary on ; circumstances arise it is prob- Given Friday Night '1;
I[ this week. The installation was :BARBECUE, DANCE AND AMA :
United I .
for the
Department : will' next week "
that work begin
Sun- made by the City of Clewiston at the TEUR FLOOR SHOW AT- .. ,
States Sugar Corporation early
day morning. The, fire was discovered -i j instigation of the American Legion .i on The the local new recreation school building.park and colored Departing from the usual customof TRACTIONS OFFERED ';)

about 12:45 a. m. while the which is making a drive to reduce : school were both approved by presenting a three-act Senior .{J

house traffic accidents. The two lights are : the Class of 1936 of Clewiston :
Harvest Festival at the sugar play
when it found that
the WPA but was A crowd of people, estimated conservatively 'J
located at the intersection of the"
was at its height and although afire there would not be enough funds for High School chose to draw on some ,at 2,500 gathered at the :
alarm was turned in and the I highway and the street running past of the other classes for talent and
Lake both the school project was sugar house of the United States 1
bank the Inn and at the
the to
fire engine was taken to the sceneit be the most necessary and shouldbe present two one-act plays this year. Sugar Corporation Saturday night to' ';,i
the home and Drug corner on the highway. The two last
was too late to save plays were presented
It cost
finished first. approximately enjoy the Harvest Festival which
I I These lights were installed at a
efforts were concentrated on preventing dollars I $5,000and will be built Friday night before .a large and appreciative marks the close each year of the harvest s
cost of approximately fifty
,the garage and adjoining of timber hauled in from nearby.. audience. season. It was the greatest i;
each and electric current is being
' :y homes from catching. I "The Princess Marries the Page" .c
furnished by the Glades Water and woods. crowd, by far, ever to attend one of "
The home 'was one of the original directed by Miss Sue Maxwell had these festivals and was a triumphant
Light Company to run them constantly -
five-room bungalows built by the U. of Florine Moore and LeRoy Hare in ending for a most successful '':
night day. They are
S. Sugar Corporation and was locat- the title roles assisted by Vincent season. '
i the overhead type, flashing the yel- MARTIN CO. LAND IS
ed just a block north 'of the Administration -!: low "Caution" sign at regular intervals Oglesby, Bob Patterson, Dick Pat- The barbecue began 'at seven o'

Building. It was of frame terson, J. D. Hooker and Francis
and it is hoped that they clock and for more than two flOUrS
construction, ceiled with Celotex. Wright. The, play was written' by
will not only serve to warn through SOLD TO DAHLBERGAn great crowds enjoyed the delicious
The furnishings of the home, none Edna St. Vincent' Millay, had an interesting '
I that had been
traffic of the danger at these two prepared. Fig-
of which saved of the I plot and well acted
were were was by
important intersections but will also ures released this week by the com

most modern type and hundreds of i l cause ,local motorists to slow up East Coast daily on Wednesday the participants. missary department show that 1,200

dollars worth of silverware, kitchen 'I at the corners. "- announced the purchase of 17- "Spreading the News", a tale of pounds of meat, 1,200 buns and 33 -

equipment and bric-a-brac were lost. I In addition to these lights stop 500 acres of land in Martin county life among the rural people of Ire- loaves of bread, '20 gallons of olives

The fire was first discovered by signs have been erected at each in- from the Trustees of the Internal land was directed by Miss Dorothy and pickles, 20 gallons ,of coffee,

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff who I tersection of" a city street with the Improvement Fund of Florida by B. Lockhart and although difficult to 100 gallons of orangeade and 1,200

were passing the house on their way highway. Plans have also been madeto G. Dahlberg, founder of the Southern handle the characterizations, the cups of ice cream were consumed'

home from the sugar house festi erect street lights on the south I Sugar Company, predessor to the cast did'a nice job and indicated a during the feast.Following .

val. .They were accompanied by I(| side of the highway at each inter- United States Sugar Corporation great deal of effort both on their the barbecue Bill

Stafford Beach who ,stayed at the I section. Equipment is already" on I here and his associates, a brother- own part and that of their director. Doherty and his Red Hot Syncopat-

fire' while Mr. and.Mrs. Duff turn j hand for this work but no defiitte in-law, Harvey Greenspan, and Mrs. The cast: Connie Clark, Katherine ors of Palm Beach began their mu-

ed in the alarm., At that time. ,they time has been set for the 'work to Jeanette Greenspan. The deal was Wiandt, Jack Moorman, James sic for dancing and shortly before

said the flames seemed to be con- start. completed Tuesday and was an- Winn, Owen Winn, Charles Roberts, ten o'clock the floor show programwas

.fined to the roof and attic and had i I An attempt to prevent irregular nounced by Harry I. Lipton, Miami Louise Bussey, Anne Mathis, Bill presented with M. E. VonMachas

not broken through the ceiling i parking is also being made and thei attorney who said that negotiationshad Owen and Carlisle Redish. master of ceremonies. An ampli- -

which; lends credence to the theory:i i sidewalks have been marked in front been underway more than a Between the two plays Carlton fying system had been installed and

that the fire was caused from poor I iof i the Lake Drug as a .guide by year. Prevatt entertained with several the numbers were broadcast from

wiring.Mr. I which to park properly. The location of the tract has not vocal numbers accompanied by the stage which had been built at

Beach and Mr. McCracken, been disclosed but is believed to be James Lolley and George Smith on the north side of the building.The .

who arrived at the same time, triedto KEATHLEY: 1SOWDKN ENTERS in the vicinity of Indiantown. It adjoins guitars.S. program was opened by the

enter the house and finally succeeded RACE FOR REPRESENTATIVEThis J a large tract of land which is master of ceremonies personally .

y.vA, by breaking in the back door -- owned by Arthur Brisbane, famous A. GRAVES ANNOUNCES 'FOR leading the orchestra in playing

:w- but the smoke was so dense and the I II week's paper carries the an- newspaper columnist.Mr. SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION "There'll Be A Hot Time in the Sugar

fire hot that they could accomplish Bowden l
nouncement of
so Keathley "
I Greenspan is associated witha' House Tonight. .Next Roy Als-
nothing toward saving- any, .of- publisher this- paper and_._ the '
of-men' owning large'invest- ion a solo which
group In this-issue of'-the-News appears sang "Alone" as ,
the furnishings. Mr. and Mrs. Kol- News | 'I'
Hendry County weekly -
; I I ments in the north and has indicated the announcement of S. A. Gravesas was followed by a tap and acrobatic
stad had attended the sugar mill Representative in the
as that the tract will be developedon a candidate for the office of Sup- dance by Rose Marie Brown, niece of
festivities and at 'the time the fire State from :
Legislature Hendry a large scale within a short time erintendent of Public Instruction. H. J. B. Scharnberg to the tune of
reported were at the ClewistonInn the
was county subject Democratic but did not disclose the nature of Mr. Graves is native of Arkansasand "I Saw Stars" and as an encore
with friends. Their young son, Primaries in June. a
the development.There number military tap, in costume,
received his education in the
Kim at the mill with a colored ,
was In his announcement, Mr. Bowden .
has been nothing in the public schools and College of the to the tune of "Stars and Stripes
nurse until after the fire was over. gives as the principal specific policy "
deal to date to indicate that Mr. Ozarks of that state. He has beena Forever.
In spite of efforts made by the which he advocates the early com-
Dahlberg is planning the formationof resident of Hendry county for sev- The Everglades quartette, com-
volunteer fire department to check pletion of State Road 164 through
another sugar corporation but in en years, is a property owner and posed of J. E. Beardsley, M. E. Yen-
the flames the fire had burned itself LaBelle to Everglades City. With
view of his activities in that field in taxpayer, and enjoys a wide ac- awine, R. N. Smith and Frank
business interests in each end of
out within an hour. The only things I
Clewiston it is believed by many people quaintance throughout the county. Wright rendered the next number .
saved were a drawer from the dresser the county it is natural to assume '
here that he is contemplating :I During the World War he served in "Street Urchin's Melody" which was .
in Kim's room containing a few that he will work for the best inter-
such action.Education. I the service much enjoyed. This was followed by
army and saw over seas. ,
items of clothing and the greater ests of both sections and pledgeshis
He is a life-long Democrat, chairmanof Miss Mignon St. Martin's solo,
part of his toys which were stored in untiring efforts in behalf -of
the Hendry County Democratic "Beautiful Lady In Blue". This was
the garage. The tragedy of the fire constructive legislation of benefit to Committee In
Executive Committee, and a charter one of the most enjoyable numberson
was the death of Hans, the Kolstad'sbig the county
member of the Young Democratic the program to the crowd, evidently -
police dog, whose body was Charge Kiwanis Meeting '
Mr. Bowden has served as a mem- encored twice to '
Club of Hendry County. for she was
found next day under the lavoratoryin ber of many delegations to the' Leg- Bit Independent" and
sing "A Little
the bathroom. He is thought to islature during recent years and although -- During the present school year Me Back to OldVirginny" .
The Kiwanis Education Committee has in active "Sylvia. "Carry
have suffocated from the smoke. he Mr. Graves been chargeof
has never served in pub- number
the ,
Hans had long been a favorite with lic office the experience he has composed of Tom Shelley, E. E. the County Superintendent's 'office was
Howard Dan-
and was older than Kim, Kelly, Dr. D. J. Williams and A. W. because of the illness of E. L. played on the saw by s
everyone gained through contact with Legis-
Beach. also
Mr. Danner
Lawrence had of the Kiwanis' of Public ner of Palm
his constant playmate. Their three Stallings, Superintendent
lative proceedings makes him bet- ga"e numbers the flexatone and '
bird dogs were saved by being turn- ter qualified than many who are program Wednesday evening and Instruction. He has had many yearsof whistle.on A buck and wing

ed out of their in the back yard each of the members of the committee experience in accounting and the song
pen elected and go to the Legislature two "chocolatedrops"
Iii.. by early arrivals at the, fire and without previous experience.He were scheduled to give short banking and his friends believe this dance followed from the Azucar by Their ,
. their Scottie, sleeping in the garage, talks on Kiwanis Education. How- experience coupled with the activeconduct
is a resident of Clewiston; is to the tune of the "Shuf-
also came through unscathed. ever, Mr. Shelley and Mr. Kelly were of the Superintendent's office dance was
married and has two children. Blues" the orchestra.
fleboard by
unavoidably absent and the pro- for the past several months
The. loss has been estimated at
gram was given by President Law-. thoroughly qualifies him for the office Dennis Small was next on the pro-
$5,000 which is partially covered by
rence and Dr. Williams.Mr. I he seeks. gram with a tenor solo, "Ah, Sweet 't
insurance but there were many TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE "
Mystery of Life. The Darktown "aMuck
_priceless possessions lost which Lawrence gave a brief talk in '
Dennis Small of LaBelle VON MACH ANNOUNCES FOR City quartette next sang a se- !
cannot be replaced. an- which he outlined the work along

I nounces this week that he is in the .1 these lines which had been accomp- RE-ELECTION SCHOOL :BOARD lection, "Sweet Mamma Tree Top
Mr. and Mrs. Kolstad are making 1 Talks." "I Like Mountain Music"
race "Hendry County Tax Assessor lished during the year and was followed -
their home for the next month at
I the most sought after positionin by Dr. Williams who spoke at Announcement is made in this issue and "Red Wing" were played by the
the Inn after which time they will
the county.according to the number some length on the subject of "Edu- by M. E. VonMach, School Board ever-popular hill-billy quintette

make plans for the future. .Mr. Kol I who have announced to date. I cation." He stated that one of the. member from the Clewiston district composed t>f Tony Faro, W. H.

,, ,stad states that he is deeply appreciative -\ These are Hard Reeves, incumbent, I first things to be considered in establishment -I for re-election to that office and is Adams, J. E. Adams, M. A. Thomas

of the efforts made by his R. N. Miller and R. I". Lewis. I of a successful club was I soliciting the support of the votersin and Andy Lewis. The Lauger Sis-
many friends to save his home from radio singers from Miami -
ters popular
I I Mr. Small is well known in Clew-1 for all committees to function and the June Primaries.
fire and the kindness of all follow- 'I next gave two selections w ichwerE'
I' iston having been employed by the I make their reports to the club. He Mr. VonMach is a departmenthead
. ing the fire. He especially is anxiousto much applauded, "Solitude", ,
U. S.. Sugar Corporation for the past stressed the need for contacting high for the United States Sugar "
thank two men, who he has been I and "Lights Out.
unable to later identify, who climbed two years. He has been active in civ- school boys in the community and Company and during the two years

the roof and saved ic affairs in LaBelle, is a past pres- helping them to find themselves and he has served his district on the The concluding number on the '
upon garage
that structure from burning. i ident of the Young Democratic Club develop them in business. Quoting school board feels that he has ren- program was a battle depicting life- '

and at present Tax Assessor of the from a talk he heard made by Ar- dered capable and efficient serviceto behind the scenes with a couple of
Mrs.: Kolstad's father, G. M. Sears, battle
city of LaBelle. For thirteen years thur J. Jones along the lines of the schools of the county and par- Clewiston newly-weds. The

of Shellman, Ga., was on his way to he was private secretary to E. E. "Vocational Guidance" he said, ticularly to his district which meritshis was staged between Charlie Lovvornas

..... Clewiston to, visit them for the first i Goodno and was associated with him "Since Kiwanians are the leaders in return to the office. He has been the husband and L. A. Wells as

time' since their marriage. He arriv- in land 'deals and land valuations to the life of the community they are most aggressive in his work in be- the wife with Hal Frierson and L.
ed here Sunday and is staying with Marshal
the extent that he feels entirely cap- especially well equipped to deal with half of 'the schools and very pro- McClelland acting as seconds.

?1: : the family at the Inn. able of judging the value of proper-1 vocational guidance because it is gressive in his ideas., He has, as yet. Yenawine was the referee and

y. I ty. He owns his own home in La- desirable that our pupils learn of no opposition for the office. gave a splendid impersonation of the
::;; )IIU{ PllESSLEY ENTERTAINS I i Belle, is married and has two children vocation from qualified people rath-I famous Joe Humphries as he sang

;. WITH CHILI SUPPER MONDAY er than from books." out his "la-de-e-es and gentle-men"

: ::, :.., ,I Following Dr. Williams' talk, D.I It was decided that the Club In true Madison Square Garden,
;.;:{ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pressley entertained L. E. Titus, formerly employed in G. Alston .stated that it had 'been should be well represented on Fri- style. The master of ceremonies was

J:' :';' a number of friends Mon- the drafting room of the U. S. En- the custom a year or'so ago for the day noon at the meeting of service the Graham McNamee of the occas-

:," ,., day evening with a chili supper at gineer office but who has spent sev- members to make fifteen minute clubs at Belle Glade. A large delegation ion and delivered his made-up announcement -

their home. Guests were: Mr. and eral months in West Palm Beach returned talks in the schools along the linesof from the Clewiston club was of the fight with the

Mrs. Tom Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. to work here this week. their own business and suggestedthat expected to attend.A usual disregard for the actual ring

Clarence Shaller,. Mr.. and Mrs. V.'I it be done again this year. director's meeting followingthe happenings. As usual the wife won

H. Headley, Mr. and Mrs; F. M. Rod- Mr and Mrs. Clark Hayes, of Chi- President Lawrence promised to meeting passed on two new ap- by a knockout.

iguez and Mr. and Mrs. George cago, visited Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams take tho matter up with Principal plicants for membership, C. L. From then on until the 'early

Terrell and baby son, Don. (( on Tuesday. Beacom Downs and Harry Turner. (Continued on Page S)

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BRISBANETHIS avteit6ieivR' Keeping Up Punch Shows Solve and Judy Kids' '

WEEK Behavior Problems
WEkcieneSci i

"Problem Child" Analyzedby
If Russia Joined Japan JWV

Not Heroic Action n erv e Puppet DramasCLEVELAND.

Lloyd England George Still Safe Hopeful' By Edward W. Pickard Punch and
: Science Servlce.-WNU service.Childbirth's .
Editors talk about Asia, led by Ja < Western Ncuspaper Union Judy and other puppet show

pan, conquering the world. They might Pains, characters beloved of children are

speculate on a union Mussolini Abolishes sure the peace of the world for 25 helping psychiatrists untangle serious -
between Japan years., Let other statesmen ask their Safely Banned by '
cg< +> : Chamber of Deputies behavior difficulties and
and Russia. peoples to express their opinion in
\' : Improbable, you BENITO MUSSOLINI evidently ex votes as to whether they want war Savants' DiscoveryNew ward off mental and personality

will say, truly, but another European war, and or peace. Maybe then the nations disorders. Details of this new use
If Russian-Japanese: In preparation for It he announced will come to agreement. May God for puppet shows were given by Dr.
hostility could be several drastic measures on the seventeenth show us the right way." Chemical Formula Lauretta Bender and Adolph Wolt-

changed Into Rus- anniversary or Parts of the peace plan offered by mann of Bellevue hospital, New York
w sianJapaneseagreement the founding of the the four Locarno powers that were Puts Mother to SleepWASHINGTON. city, at a meeting of the American

a new Fascist party. He most objectionable to the Germanswere OrthopsychIatrIc association.The .
world chapter might : \ yy M j abolished the chamberof the creation of an ,international .-A safe way of method has met with striking

open. ct/. deputies, substituting police zone 12 miles wide along the taking the suffering out of child- success, the New' York psychiatristssaid.
You hear of Rus- '? for It a council of Uhlneland frontier and the submission birth has long been a goal of It was developed in the chil
sia's "red army guilds; and he' also of the Franco-Russian mutual aid dren's observation ward of the hos-
1,300,000 men, thor.1 eliminated the coun- treaty to the world court. medical scientists as well as the pital where hundreds of children suffering -

C ra A oughly armed, try's large IndustrIes. Foreign Secretary Eden urged prayer of countless, mothers the from all kinds of behavior problems -

7,000,000 reserves. leaving _the medium Von Ribbentrop before the latter left world over. One by one, various 'I. are sent In each year from chil
Arthur BrUbone Yon see. photographs and small private In- dren's courts mental hygiene clInIc,
London for Berlin to prevail on Hitlerto anesthetics and pain-killing agents .::\
of Russia's amphibian tanks, dustries in existence. submit counter proposals. Eden have been 'tried-chloroform, ether, schools and other IRstItutions. 11

mounted with machine guns, rolling Benito Y.-- ThIs latter move, he emphasized that the four power pro- nitrous oxide or ."laughing gas," twi- The greatest need among this groupof

over the land and swimming rivers; Mussolini' told the councn .Of the posals were not intended to be final. light sleep, to name a few. children is, first, an adequate under
you read about Intensive training of 22 guilds of the cor- Some have been rejected because of standing of their emotional problems

tens of thousands of Russian air pilots, porative state, was to Increase the na Isabella Greenway Will danger to mother and child. Others I and second a form of treatment that

parachute Jumpers, etc., and see even tion's economic self-sufficiency. "When were of limited use because complicated : will deal with the emotional problems
the broad-shouldered young Russian and how war will come, one does not Retire From Congress apparatus and skilled anesthet Involved. Because of the small staff,.

women drilling with rifles. Western know," he said, "but the wheel of fate ISABELLA GREENWAY, the capable ists were needed to give them. Others It is Impossible to give individual at-

Europe may have a problem closer at turns fast"Mussolini has represented ArizonaIn have brought only partial relief of suf- tention to each group of children. The

hand than Japan. asserted the large Indus- congress since October, 1933, has fering, or have relieved the pain in puppet shows, however, can be used to
tries, particularly those working for announced in Tucson that she will rer some cases and not'In others. detect the difficulties of the childrenIn

Our British cousins In the Revolu the defense of the nation, would be I tire from public life Years of Research. ,a group and also to help the chIl-
formed into organizations called "key f at the conclusion of dren work out their problems.
tion cheerfully let loose howling, scalpIng The long quest seems now to have
Indians on their cousins In the industries." These, he said, "will be her present term. She been ended bya discovery two How the Plots Develop.

American colonies, and bolshevism run directly or Indirectly by the gov was first elected for Washington, D. C., physicians, Drs. The shows are written and producedto
efficiency ernment. Some will have mixed or- y the remainder of the deal directly with such problems of
might cheerfully turn Asiatic killing Howard' F. Kane and George B. Roth
against western "capitalism." ganization." if'S .v L term of Lewis Douglas of George Washington University Med I children as rivalry between brothersand

He drew tremendous cheers from the :: who resigned to sisters, the unloved child, -
You remember how cheerfully the ': ical school. After years of careful research aggression
audience, rising in the gorgeous Julius become director of the and over-devotion to the
great historian Gibbon predicted that, they have hit on what may one or
In the American war, "with firmnessall Caesar hall of the capitol building, on budget, and was reelected be the' ideal childbirth anesthetic.The other parent The hero, Caspar, can
Capitoline hill, when he declared that in 1034. in the shows face all kinds of probe
may go well, because "Scotch Highlanders agent they use Is a mixture of
with this reform the Fascist i : : Mrs. Greenway owns lems and
,.Irish, Hanoverians, Canadians, party y : paraldehyde and benzyl'alcohol.. The the children In the audiencecan
reached fulfillment of its purposes. ..... and operates several help him deride what"to do.
Indians, etc.. will all In various shapes ; WZ "' mixture is Injected when the first labor
ranches in Arizona
be employed." Mrs. Greenway and New MexIco and pains are reported and the patient

There Is no reason why Russia of Russia and Poland Don't a hotel in Tucson, and is also Inter- falls asleep within half an hour or an Electric "Prospector"Finds
hour. She awakens refreshed six
193G should be squeamish now some
more Trust Negotiations ested in some mining companies. Undoubtedly
than England at the end of the EIght- she could go back to con- or eight hours 'after delivery. Coal Veins ,:
eenth century. C ASTERN Europe, especially soviet ,
gress :without opposition, but she says
*-< Russia and Poland is distrustfulof
I: ;_ the negotiations among, the Locarno she wants to devote more time to her Gold Output Value in Pennsylvania

Lloyd George who ought to know private activities.
powers. Russia, according to Karl
about and since he and Exceeds Billion -
Europe war
Radek, authoritative writer In Mos- .-
Great Floods Recede and same tech- V
old Clemenceau won the big war, tells
cow, Is convinced she must rely for her '
Universal Service 'this present. war Is safety mainly on' her own resourcesfor Reconstruction Begins for First, Time nique of using electrical prospecting -
"off," France having learned that "even methods : often likened
defense, and accordingly will
;: citizens of scores of cities
her most 'ardent friends In Europe strengthen her armed forces, already INTREPID in the eastern and New electrical divining rodswhichhas
shrink from,,,war." NEW YORK.-Gold mining,
numbering 1,300,000 men. He described devastated worked
England states which were so successfully in dis-
Lloyd George declares) that peace commitments of the four Lo- by the unprecedented floods were dig among the oldest industries of covering oil, gold and other min-

"without derogating' from the dignityof carno powers in regard to future action ging out their homes and places of. man, entered the billion dollar
erals is
nny.of the powers" will be preserved as "so uncerfaIn that they can be business from the mud and debris as I. business s-tage for the first timein now being used to find
If. France does not make It deposits of coal in Pennsylvania.
discounted as not existing at all.
the turbulent waters of many rivers 1935, the meeting here of the American Scientists
told the
meeting of the-
Impossible Suggestions offered in London for subsided. Reconstruction and refitting Institute of Mining and Metallur- American
Institute of
Lloyd George says not 1 per cent the summoning of an International con- began everywhere Immediately, and gical Engineers learned. Mining and Metallurgical -
Engineers here that
Englishmen would vote for war, and ference to discuss new agreements Ra- this, as well txs the relief of the suffer- "Preliminary estimates for 1035," electrical the new
methods based
not 10 per cent for employing sanctions dek found to be "so vague" as to ap- ing thousands, 'was aided by funds totaling declared John J. Croston, Boston minIng seam of coal conducts on wella
against Germany. the world to know we will never capit electricity,
more than $43,000,000 allocated engineer, "indicate that more than were successful in the ,Mahanoy coal
ulate before the resolutions and for- by President Roosevelt before he left 30,000,000 ounces of gold were pro- fields which already have been workedfor .

If enough rich Americans go to Eng- for which Hitler has expressed no particular Washington for Florida. duced, 10 per cent more than the 1934 70 years.
love." Rough estimates were that the total record.
land to "escape kidnapers" the kid- Locating Anthracite Pits.
napers may move over after them, as The Polish government was decided- dead in 13 states were 1G9 ; the home- "Ranking in order as gold producerswere Most'of the coal seams Dr. Maurice-
professional gamblers follow on big ly worried by reports of secret negotiations less were 221,500, and the total prop- the Union of South Africa, Rus ,
Ewing, A. P. Crary, J. W.
ships. London police, arrested Alfred in London behind the scen'es 'of erty damage, $271,500,000. The last sla, the United States _and Canada Peoples' and
J. A., Peoples, Jr., describe In their-
Molyneux, thirty-one, trying to extort he conference of the Locarno pow figure probably would be tripled If one with Russia showing the greatest per
report, were worked near the surfacein
$1,000 from the Countess Barbara ers. These reports were forwarded by took Into account the losses from in- centage of Increase. In view of the the
past but since the
, Hutton Haugwitz-Reventlow, offeringto Col. Josef Beck the foreign minister, terruption to industry and trade and large number of new mines being pre workings
were never completely or accuratelymapped
: reveal plot to kidnap her baby. who scented a plot to secure peace in the stoppage of the wages of labor. pared for production In Canada, Australia -I
, complete extraction of the coal
Police knew by the moderate price it western Europe at the expense of east- Cities along the lower Ohio were, the Gold Coast and the United from older
pits was not obtained. Inconsequence .
could not be an American "snatcher" era Europe by granting Germany a threatened as the flood waters raced States, further Increases In productionare

confederate.. Easily caught, the free hand In the latter region. Beck down to the Mississippi and the Gulfof expected in'1930 and 1937." bodies of coal, they are yet point to be out found., virgin.

young man confessed he had inventedthe thought there were possibilities of Mexico, but they had had plentyof Depression Boomed Mines. 'The electrical .
prospecting consists.of
plot. revision of the Versailles and. other warning and were in a measure pre The start of the depression In 1929, passing a known electric current be-

treaties. pared. Of course many communitieswere Mr. Croston pointed out, marked the tween metal stakes driven Into the- VT|
With "visibility cut to zero," street submerged, but the residents had : turning point for gold mining from a ground at considerable distance apart.

lights burning by day, not visible Hitler Considers Replyto moved to higher land. declining to an Increased industry. Up How much current will flow between.
across the street dust storms are blow- Everywhere in the devastated regions till 1929 there was a gradual depletionof the stakes depends on how well the-
Ing over parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, Peace Proposals the Red Cross workers were known gold deposits and the operating minerals conduct the cm-lent.

Colorado and New Mexico. R EICHSFUEHRER HITLER re- busy with food, clothing and medical costs increased while the price of

By such displays of nature's power, called Joachim von Ribbentropfrom supplies, and in many places National gold was pegged-as it had been since
for which man's foolishness is'responsIble London, where that diplomat had Guardsmen were kept on -duty to pre- 1717-at $20.67 an ounce. Now It's All Rightto

fertile areas of the world have heard. Germany. condemned as i treaty vent looting. The people of the na- Following 1929 the first aid to the in- Mow Your DandelionsANN
been changed tQ deserts.A 'violator 0' by the coun- tion were responding liberally to the dustry was the decline of wages and

cil of the League of call of President Roosevelt and Ad- supplies which, enabled some marginal ARBOR

bill that would haVe limited work Nations and with 'miral Grayson, head of the Red Cross, operators to get a foothold., MICH.-Dan-

to five working days of six hours each, him spent several days for a fund of 3000000. Biggest spur, of course, was when delions have almost ceased from,

, or thirty hours auweek, is,dead in congress carefully planning his Great Britain and finally the United troubling lawn-anxious householders

i for the time being. It would have response to the pro- Doings of the Senatorsand States went off the gold standard. ; but Prof. Carl D. LaRue of

j given workers twenty-four hours off on posals of the other :: Representatives the University of Michigan Is offering,

Saturday and Sunday, eighteen ,hours four Locarno po'I's.Others' TILL refusing to appropriate $12,: Lipstick Scent Causes for future reference, the results of his.
off on every other'dayeight hours for of his advisers S
000,000 for the Florida ship canal, study of seed behavior in the heads of
sleep, "ten hours for what we will." participated in the con- the senate passed the army bill carrying Occasional Skin Trouble dandelions mowed before the seeds.
All that will come some day but not ferences, but there was amine approximately $011,000,000. More were ripe.

by ,discouraging, .Improved machinery. no doubt that Hitler than half the sum goes for the military CHICAGO.-Change the scent ; He undertoook his Investigation because

himself: would deter. Joachim von activities wf the War department. of your lipstick, girls, if the kind I lie had received many Inquiries-
An Intelligent young man who fought the course of the whether dandelion heads cut down by
There will be no reduction In the
well In the big war speaks of "the reich, and from the Ribbentrop number of CCC camps during most of you are using brings on a skin the lawnmower would go on and ripen

2-to-1" advantage which modern methods demonstrations In his honor over the the coming fiscal year, and the en- trouble.The seeds that would sprout later. He cut

give the defense over the attack.To week-end It appeared certain the' German rollees will be kept up to about the doctors have traced some cases off a I large number of the heads at
let the other man or nation come people would sustain him In his. 350,000 mark. This was the decisionof of lipstick dermatitis-the skin disor- various stages of development and let '

.at you, if you are prepared, has been decision. Going to Breslau, still accompanied President Roosevelt after a threat der that occasionally develops among them lie on moist moss until they had' ....
wise In the past.It by Van Ribbentrop, Hitler ened revolt of Democratic representatives users of a lip rouge-to the perfumeit fully dried. Then he examined and

might be different In future wars, told a big gathering of citizen : "We Induced him to change his mindIn contains.A placed the seeds under conditions for-
I if ,the attacker, with a couple of thousand will not make a single compromise In the matter. particular offender' Is a perfume germination.He .

i airplanes, dropping explosive Internal or external politics. We want Senator Black, chairman of the senate containing methyl heptine carbonate, found that In' all heads cut at-
i bombs and poison gas, should surprise the world to know we will never capi- lobbying committee, has .added the The Journal of the American Medical any stage before the white down

1 the enemy. "Defense" would have no tulate before the resolutions and for Wichita Beacon to the papers whose Association states.A ("pappus" to botanists) began to show:
: 2-to-1 advantage over that sort of at- mulations of others." telegrams he has seized or attemptedto young woman came to her doctor above the closed green sheath after-

j tack. Declaring the world Is getting Itself seize. The list also Includes the with a breaking out on the skin: which the petals had wilted, the seeds looked

' entangled in military alliances, Hearst publications, the Cowles papers he traced to her use of lipstick. She quite unpromising and that their ger-
\ Lloyds, the great English insurance Hitler promised: "We Germans will and the Times Publishing com had been using a certain brand for mination performance did not belle
concern, at first refused to Insure not allow ourselves to be entangled pany of Wichita Falls, Tex. John years with no ill effects until she their looks.Professor: .

) against war at any price. Now Lloyds because we have reconquered our sovereignty Henry Kirby, an anti-Roosevelt Demo- changed shades. Laitue concludes: ",Apparently
I will insure, otherwise "bet nine and and Intend to keep it/ crat of Texas, learned Black had sub By patch tests on the girl's arm, the then, until the white it the

:, a half to one against war withIn' six The Fuehrer answered charges that poenaed all his telegrams and warned physician found that she was sensitivenot dandelion pappus begins tc extend be-
months. Wall Street wanted that news his peace proposals were merely a the senator not to exhibit to anyone to the oil or dyes in the' rouge but yond the green Involucre tips the-

and of course cheered upI .. gesture by saying:, "I make no empty any family or private business messages only to the perfume used in two shadesof heads may be cut and allowed to, dry
I >King Features WNU service ndlcate.. Imo gestures. These were proposals to in lipstick the had been using. on the lawn.

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L Lifey in 1<:. SUNDAY L(| ;::;1

I i By REV P. B.
3} Member of Faculty
Institute of Chl<:
?$& Western News aoer : :
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FQ:$ 1 Ak c .L. are PRIMARY now ready.-Luke TOPIC-How:

a { the JUNIOR Sabbath.TOPIC A

I TOPIC-The Excuses We
> TOPIC-Our Response to
%#k A tation. '

d'S In this chapter Luke

R freely mingling with his :
:<" worship arid social
w '>

{ thus men, he freely was mingling aware of with :

a' tility to him and set f
y F7 .If
d MC a.\ \ parable of the great

folly of men who reject
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'V z <:-";c : < ? :
.i ;tlfg221:; offer of salvation.
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ffi: x' I. The Great Supper (

This great supper

', ,<...,.::, "..${K:>> >, I' gracious provision of '
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w. < i the vicarious
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:, ';'<:;:; .t'S J.3 t..J
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he was the bread of life.
' Color and Cushions Surround a Mezokovesd Baby. to the physical body, so Is

to the soul. It Is called
Prepared by the National Geographic Society. told ; new laws i.re read. It Is an amus-
: Washington. D. C.WNU Service. cause It is the last meal
ingly terse, clear effort when con-
'.. one
: ** V T ANTED, female servant; Jesus Christ's sacrificial
templates the columns of unread
\A/ by the month to be last effort for the
" C S wages
V V clothes, potatoes, carrots, In our own metropolitan papers. ,The one who misses
This rite the
over, peasants depart
beans-and sixty cents." gry through the night ;
I to their homes and the town Is suddenly -
This Is not a line from a musical I neglects and rejects the
as quiet as on a week day, for
of salvation In Jesus
comedy movie subtitle, but
or funny
during the week all the.young men and
It is
ever perish. a
the translatioL. of a bona fide "want-
women are out in the fields, and only its
ad." cause provision was
the very old and the very young remaIn counsels of the eternal
In American It
an newspaper might
In the village. .
was wrought out by the
reasonably have aroused curiosity, If
Afternoon and avails for the
not Investigation by a local union, but, Sunday Parade. '
It caused no unusual stir among the Dinner, and then you are among the races and"kindred and

crowd of peasants in the small town of gaily dressed crowds, on their weekly Is no one whose 'sinful :

Mezokovesd in Hungary, as' the town parade about the town. They wait always bars him from this

crier shouted It out. There was all the until the afternoon before don- II.. The Gracious and

weekly news, as well as the'rest of the"advertising" ning their gorgeous costumes and then tion (vv. 1C, 17).

to be heard. The oral they pour into the streets like the These words, "Come ;

Journalists of Mezoko\esd were Inform- sudden blossoming of a garden. In- are now ready," reveal :

ing the townspeople of'the week's deed, the pretty aprons are surprisingly God toward 'a sinning

events, at the usual Sunday morning like gardens, or brIght. flowers In Is not the will of God
,gathering. a basket, or clusters of posies In the perish, but that all should
pentance. Ills servants
' Even with Lenten restrictions there sunlight.
r ,
, 'Is little curbing of gaiety among the Their embroidery Is peculiar to Hun- Ing up and down the
sands of to
peasants on their treasured weekly gary. Small pieces of It, on sale at years

holiday in Mezokovesd. True, you 'may one of the homes may be too gaudy to trespasses and sins, "
of the bread life
of ,
have no opportunity of seeing a mar- attract some ravelers: ; but on a black "
things are now ready.
riage dance. Nevertheless, the air Is apron and a tightly fitting jacket, it behind time. There Is
full of merry excitement and happy seems most appropriate ,and quaint.
ing lacking In his
chattering. And no one can smile more The men of the town are quite as souls. The only thing I

wholeheartedly and Infectiously than ornately garbed:: the women. Theyare the hungry and' dying

the young Hungarian girl smartly dressed in black veh"ettrousers accept his urgent .

Mezokovesd Is a most typical of Hungarian made much like riding responsibility Is to :

villages ; there the traveler may breeches, short jackets, and leather Christ. All who accept

see the real peasant life of the coun boots shined to a glow. Some of them are assured of a welcome

try. The town's population is some 20- also wear the long black aprons em-_ III. Men's Attitude

000; It Is about three hours' ride to the broidered by a doting mother or an Gracious Invitation (vv.

east of Budapest, an'd only two trains adoring and dutiful sweetheart. And "They all with one

.a day make the trip. all of them wear green hats, round and, make excuse." They

Sunday afternoons the healthy lot high-shaped somewhat like a derby- ness to come, but.th 'ir !
-of villagers parade in their festival with feathers of varying size and color that they were completely

finery, the heavily embroidered cos- perched 'on the side. A fetching lot of selfish interests and,

tumes ablaze with bright colors. And fellows, and not slow at flirting with garded the Invitation of

of a Sunday morning the life of the the girls. Host. This Is a vivid

town centers In the church, always But the Sunday parades are not reception which men are II II

crowded to the doors, and, in the courting'parties. Far from It. The men giving the gospel.

weekly "newspaper." keep to themselves, and the women 1. The first one was

At ten o'clock on Sunday morningyou walk apart from them, for etiquette In the buying of land. On

find the streets almost deserted.It Mezokovesd does not permit any prom-' he begged to be excused. : !

is a brisk day and you are glad to enading In couples. Not even the mar Is a poor time to go to

:have the protection of a heavy coat ried ones walk: together. ground. Besides, he :

First Church, Then News. i And so, the boys contrive their own bought the ;'ground and, !;
little fun as they pass the maidens was under no necessity of
You walk to the center of the town,
calling to them/teasing them by pulling It at supper time.
some distance from the railroad sta-
I at one corner of their aprons, or tweakIng 2. The second man
tion, and enter the church. If it were :
a long braid of hair. Shiny faces cused In order that he ;
not for the saving landmark of the
blush and the girls giggle-and prob- yoke of oxen which he
church steeple, it would be to get '
ably think it the very best part of the Supper time Is not a
lost in any Hungarian town.
entire 'day Unmarried girls always go test oxen. Then too, he t
There Is little standing room in the bareheaded, even In the winter months. bought them ; therefore,
church, and find the air too
you It Is only after the marriage service urgency In testing them. '
laden to linger long. Besides, your that a young girl may put up her hair 3. The third excuse' was I
presence causes much curiosity, so that and wear the distinctive headdress of llmsiest of all. In all
the chanting women, with shawl-cov- the married woman. wife would have been ;
ered heads, and the men, telling their
Then the hair ribbons are dispensedwith pany him. It Is to be
beads, are being distracted from their excuses made are
and the long braids are wound
devotion. So you leave and walk about
concern things that are
about the head,, so that a coneshapedcap I
the square, marveling occasionally at be ,selves. It is right for, a
can pinned on. Over this Is
the sight of an America.n-made prod- land, have oxen, and live
placed the satin shawl that marks the
vet In one of the shop windows. And but when these
girl as a young: matron. r
presently the church bells announce the crowd out God and the
close of the service. Courting and Marriage. Spirit, they are to be

Then the church doors open and Courting? Oh, yes, when they meetat IV. Guests From the-

' crowds of black-clad figures pour out. : the Sunday balls. And at home, too. Hedges (vv. 21-24).

As if waiting for this signal, two gen-i But the mother Is always present there, 1. The anger of the ; : r

darmes take their places on opposite and It is more an ordeal than a pleasure. house (v. 21). It should

sides of the large square In front of But every Sunday afternoon except gotten that God, while : I
the church and begin to beat a vigorous during Lent, they .hold a dance, Is capable of anger toward
tattoo on their drums. From the church and the young people find it very satisfactory reject his merc)'. It is a
the pe'oplo gather'In two crowds about- for getting acquainted and to remove anger from '

these officials, who draw forth Impor- falling In love. of God. To reject his .

tant-looking documents of paper and When a boy has found his chosen to his fierce anger.

' begin ,their reading. wife, and, she looks favorably on him, 2. The Lord's house

f, It Is an education and a revelation the young man asks her father. If the 23). The places of the \'
: to bear the news of Mezokovesd. "A father Is willing, the young fellow were first bidden were filled

'! cow was lost on Tuesd; y'. If anyone sends two of his friends to ask foi- guests, some of them poor

has found her let him, report to the wally tor her hand, and this Is considered from the lanes and streets
town: 'headquarters." the official announcement of the and others, the vagrants f

There Is a long list of farms to rent ccuple's engagement.Then ways.; <

and sell ; plows to rent, servants to follows the wedding at a Sun 3. The awful condition.

folra. The usual monthly wage of the day dance. The bride, Incidentally, bidden (v. 24). The
'servants is seldom more than three or must have complete furnishings tOt house declares that none of

tour pengos (a pengo is worth about her new house, Including linens and taste of his supper. Since (

thirty ot.its) added to certain supplies clothes for herself. Usually some money represents the free grace
of Jesus Christ, to refuse
and their
clothing. It la
sulli- ot a cow goes with her, too. A fatherof
dent, no doubt ; their wants are few. many daughters has his hands ful1 eternally deprived of the
Any national news of i of sitting at the Master's
importance Is to get her dowry together

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The Clewiston News Miss Eunice Meredith of Jacksonville M. Spitler, and, if married, her hus- Special Master in ,
Clewiston School News I spent the week-end here with band, whose name is unknown; Chancery. ,.,...
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Maud L. Baker, and, If married, her FRED H. MELLOR,
Meredith. husband, whose name is unknown; for the Plaintiff.
Published every Friday in Clewiston, I Attorney _
Mrs. Mary Cowen, A Single woman
Florida, by' the CLEWISTON NEWS, Florine Moore, Editor Dr. M. H. Tallman and his wife, No. 83-March 13-20-27, April 3

Inc. NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE Gertrude L. Tallman;; and all unknown -
Louise Bussey, Associate Editor parties ,claiming any interestin
and to the premises hereinafterset
Bob Patterson, Sports Editor Notice is hereby given that under I II
I forth, as the heirs, devisees
Keathley Bowden, Editor I and by virtue of a final decree made grantees or otherwise thru Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath
by or
and entered by the Honorable W. J.
First Grade Xews- Barker, As Judge of the Circuit under any of- the above named par-
The first grade his begun reading Court of the Twelfth Judicial Cir- ties, are defendants, appointing the '
Entered as second class mail mat- "Art Stories" by Whitford, Lick cuit of the State of Florida, in and undersigned as Special Master in
Chancery to, carry into effect the Lake Harbor Phone Xo. 1
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post and Gray. for Hendry County, Florida, in said said decree, and to make sale of the I
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under "Science Stories" by Beauchamp, Court, in Chancery, on the llth. day hereinafter described real estate, I,
of March, A. D. 1936, in that cer-
the Act of March 3, 1897. a study of science in a single form, tain cause therein wherein The Flor- as such Special Master in Chancery, I
has been completed by them. ida Land and Timber Company, A will on Monday, the 6th. day of !
Second Grade Spelling: Honor Roll- Corporation Is Plaintiff, and Flor- April, A. D. 1936, between the hoursof J9uCounselor M. COUSE
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Doris Simmons, Wilma Tengle, ida International Realty Company, 11 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P.
Advertising rates on application. Shirley Moon Nobey Geiger, Nora A Corporation; Elmar Realty Company M., at the front door of the Hendry and Attorney at Law
Oglesby, Dalton Carr, David Belch A Corporation; The Owmpass County Court House in the City of Hopkins Building
er, Junior Ivey, James Ricke. Corporation, A Corporation; Ethel LaBelle, Florida, offer for sale and .
to the advancement and Joyce Bullen has moved to High Pruitt, if Single, and, if married, the sell at public aution or outcry to Wednesdays and Saturdays
Devoted Springs where she will finish the husband of said Ethel Pruitt; Dor- the highest and best bidder for cash, 0:30 to 1:00
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry othy Donovan and her husband, the following described real estate
County.' school term. Raymond Donovan, and Dorothy situated in Hendry County, Florida,
Elzie Cook from South Bay has Donovan, As Trustee; Hannah S. to-wit: I

entered the second grade. Ryan and her husband, Thomas J. "The North Half of Section L. .B. MershonAGENT
('YIULLDVIX WITHDRAWS Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- Ryan;' Cedrick J. Priebe and his Twelve (12) ;. All of Sections
FROM STATE TREASURY RACE Sherwood Hall, Nicky Schiffli,; wife, Mrs. Cedric ,J. 'Pri be; Virginia Twenty-four (24) ; Twenty-six
Willie Smith, LaDeen, Peters, Par- (26) ; and Thirty-six (36)of
New York Life
Sebring, Fla. April 2.SpecialThe ) melia Bourne, Betty McDuffie, Sue 1 Township Forty-four (44)
surprise of the state cam- VonMach, William Willis, ,Elsie I I South Range Thirty-two East, Insurance Company
paign came today when Cyril Bald- Bembry, Lewis Blount, Christine and the East Half (E 12)of )
Redish.. r THE MOREUNFAVORABLE Section Eighteen ((18),; ARCADIA FLORIDA
that he was ,
win announced here ,
and all of Section Twenty (20) ; J
Fourth Grade News I
withdrawing from the race for the Twenty-eight, (28) ; Thirty
office of State Treasurer The following program was pre- (30)) ; and Thirty-two (32) of
In his signed announcement givento sented last Friday by the Fourth Township Forty-four (44) NORGE REFRIGERATORS
the press, Mr. Baldwin stated: grade:' '" THE WEATHERTHE South of Range Thirty-three PHILCO RADIOS

"Because difficulty}" In financing Scripture, Billy Redelsheimer; ((33) East, containing 5120 :Furniture and, Home Furnishings,
my campaign I am compelled to play, "Mr. Grumble Becomes a Good MORE acres, more or less."
withdraw from the race for State Citizen' cast: Mr. Grumble, Eric ,The same to be sold under said Household FurnishingsInc.

Treasurer. This I do reluctantly and Belcher, Mr. Good Citizen, Billy Red- YOU NEED decree of court and to satisfy the

with the deepest gratitude to my elsheimer, Mayor Improvement, Billy terms thereof. .

friends and to the members of the Perry, Miss Dutiful, Marianne SULFOCIDEFOR F. LYNN GERALD, BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA.

State Press, who have honored me Jones, Community Helpers, other -
with their support; and it Is an hon- members of the Fourth grade. I -,I
or, for the office of State Treasureris "The Court of Proper, English" QUALITY
one of the most important in the given by entire grade.
state. The, State Treasurer is charged Piano Duet, Mauryne Prewitt and BEANS TOMATOES 4.. In the Sunshine S3e l
with the preservation and invest- Marianne Jones; Recitation "At the

ment of state funds. The office requires Circus," Eric Belcher; song, "Ani- What In that magic stuff my
not only good judgment but mal Crackers," Laurence Guthrie; neighbor uses? He picks speckled
the highest degree of integrity and play, "The Rutabaga Family," Farmer bennn, ships them and get returns
fair dealing: Rutabaga Phillip McLeod, his nuked a grower of Ills deni-

"I am withdrawing now that my I wife, Mauryne Prewitt, the children, er. The answer Is "Sulfoclde." Its
value ,has been by 20
proven yearn
friends may have ample time to others in the Fourth grade.
continuous use by Florida Yeg-
,,- -p..+ cioi") ." Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- ctablc growers .xr. rvr v:}
1. Baldwin made no statementas Albert Busbin, James Howard;

to his future plans, but it Is un- Janie Brantley. Dip all beans' in Sulfoclde. Better
derstood that, he will take up commercial High School News-- Mtill, spray with'-Sulfocidc and you
pursuits., as soon as his termof The Senior class wishes to thank vrlll'have no speckled beans
office as :Tax Assessor expires. everyone: for their kind attendanceat ? :iSyl: : '}}:iisri?

the Senior play. Tour Experiment Station report
MISS HARRINGTON HONOREDAT The Senior cards and invitationshave that dipping tomatoes, when pick-
ed, In Sulfocidc reduced rots to u }Y },:%
BRIDGE PARTY TUESDAY arrived and everyone is well ,
satisfied. minimum. Spray Tomatoes, Bean ;il
Strawberries, etc., before picking.
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg enter-
After picking, wash or dip In Sul-
tained, Tuesday afternoon with a, delightful LADIES AID MEETING .- The cost In Insignificantless -
bridge party at her home WITH MRS. BEARDSLEYThe than the cost of the labor The'
honoring Miss Jane Harrington ofNew returns are many hundredfold
York who is visiting her fathJ. April meeting of the Ladies

:' J. Harrington. Aid Society was held 'Thursday af- The best dealers In Florida sell

Recipients of prizes were: Mrs. W. ternoon with Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. Sulfocidc. Insist on hating It. Ask l viiiir.. td6' r.S::'::?,:},:.{.}iiirl:} }ri
C. Owen, high, a china olive and. More than thirty members and for leaflet, "Sulfoclde the Bean .rs1r iti v..ti'vr. .. ?iiqailon ;
pickle dish; :Mrs.: C. L. Downs, second friends attended. The' regular busi- Spray

high, a purse; Mrs. F. M. ness was followed by a social hour I
Wright, third high, a cuff and collar and the hostess served individual SULFOCIDETHE

set; Mrs. F. D. Duff, low, handker- strawberry pies and tea.
chiefs; Mrs. H. A. Bestor, cut, a The May meeting will be at the BEAN SPRAYB.

r frosted cake. Guest prizes were also home of Mrs. 'J. W. Ezelle with Mrs
" awarded to Miss Harrington and to i Leslie Miller assisting Mrs. Ezelleas :

> Mrs. Max Arnold. Both received a hostess. G Pratt
t.': box of handkerchiefs. Company i :n 'v{}%ti: Nrs ..f

Following the ice Miss Opal Cochrane left Tuesday .
games cream '
sundae, angel food cake and coffee for a few days visit with her motherin '1L
fY\?'}: lS
were-served and Miss Rose Marie Avon Park.
Brown, a niece of Mr. Schan berg's {{}{

-. entertained with fap dances. -

:,; Others playing than the prize win- ,

ners were: Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs.

R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. I.. Hill, Mrs.
: Tom Hurst, Mrs. Clarence Schaller, Security THE Security BIG! EVERY GULF GALLON has'to be

,:' Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, Mrs. 'W., C. Prew- "Big"-the way Gulf is refined. Those
B and B
;, itt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. G. E. Quality Quality:: wasteful elements, which rob many gaso-
, Smith, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. D.
lines of as much as 1/7 of their ,
_: = power
i; G. Alston, Mrs. C. R. Feeds
Byrd, Mrs., G. CO.Feeds
GROCERY eliminated by Gulf's advanced refin-
, B. Thomas, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. -- ;
i' W. W. Perry,, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw ing process. Gulf is 'all fuel ; all of it > '.;-V.

and Mrs Max Meluh. :Tea guests goes to u'ork-none,of it goes to waste Try

I'; were: Mrs. M.l W. Bigg, Mrs. Fred .. it! THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE.

,(,. '. Henricksen, M 's. B. A. 'Bourne, Mrs. .. A Full Line of Feeds, Cut"Worm Bait and
John W. Smith and Mrs. W. Lucaa. :
;\.',, MRS ALSTON HOSTESS TO ._ Poultry Supplies. -
f' -'
; Mrs. D. G. Alston entertained her
r.! bridge' club and several friends. at ;Scratch Feed Whole Corn : "

r_ her home Wednesday afternoon. ,. CUESJ

': High score prize, a set of pictures, O'T
; Egg. Mash
;: '. was won by Mrs. R. H. Knight; prize ; : 6

: for low: score, pottery, went to Mrs.
i;,., W. F.. Simpson and the cut prize tc Cracked Corn Mash
Growing _
r' Mrs, J. W. Ezelle, a sandwich tray. BUY A USED CAR WITH A
Sandwiches t '
chicken'salad, cakes
,::' and an iced drink were served by the '/ Shorts -


| Those playing were: :Mrs. I. M. ,
[f, Pafford, Mrs. J. W.: Ezelle, Mrs. H.: Broiler Mash Wheat Bran \

ijt I R. Hall, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. We have taken the gamble c ut of used
V- Hoomes Rich, Mrs. C. E. Nail '
Mrs. '- car'buying. Select any guaranteed
t',:' A. A. Munfoe, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Chick Starter car and drive it two days-plenty of
F: Mrs. W., F. Simpson, Mrs., -
Keathley SEE
US TODAY time to test it, examine it, satisfy
E. Bowden, Mrs. R. H. Knight and Mrs. FOR
T. B. Sheliey. Rice,.Bran Chick Grit, yourself that it is a real-honcst-value
SPECIAL BARGAINS I -or bring it back and your money,
, Mrs. Clarence R. Bitting and will be cheerfully refunded-pro.
w: .. -. children, Buddy and Margaret, and ": Beet Pulp '" vided only that the car is in its original *

::;, Mrs. J., Horace ,Dergone, of Palm condition. That's .the sound way

t;" Beach, were here for the week-end. Ask for literature how to buy a used car.
:;''"" : on to produce for .

:s'ii-: '. Mr. and' Mrs. C. F. Trainor and LABELLE MOTOR co. I

daughter, Barbara Ann, 'of Indian- : '- 'i' profit.
town ,
were visiting friends here .
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i Fred Puryear returned Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Li; N. Giles left Mon Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Beach, of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling and

from a two weeks visit in Sarasota.Mr. day for Savannah, Ga., to spend the West Palm Beach, were the guests Mrs Gladise Danges, of West Palm

Personal Mention ;; summer months. of Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff over Beach attended the Sugar Festival
and Mrs. G. S. Mobley visit _
the weekend.Mr. .
ed for several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller are Saturday night. '
friends in West Palm Beach. spending the summer months in Mi I
Miss Dell O'Connell visited her
ami. and Mrs. H. H. Turner and I Mrs. R. H. Collins entertained
father in Ocala last week. l
: Mr. and Mrs J. F. McLure and Mrs. H. L. Delaney of LaBelle visited Mrs. F. A. Ray, Mrs. E. A. Houser

Mrs. L. H. Robbins is spending Mrs. Grover Poole, of Ocala, visited Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Headley left H. L. Delaney, Jr., in Hollywood and Mrs. Olin Carleton at luncheon
Benson 1 friends here Saturday and Sunday. Tuesday for Mt. Clements, Mich., for Sunday. :
this week and next in Monday.Mr. .
the summer.
Springs.Mr. .
Among those here from Canal Glenn M. Sears of Shellraan, Ga.,
and Mrs Tom
and Mrs.' E. P. Matrix left Point Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Simpson and arrived Sunday for a visit with his Hurst, who
Thursday for their home in Jeaner- .. V. Fourmey, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. children are leaving this week to daughter, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and have been making their home at the

ette, La. Mr. Mutrix has been employed Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Frazer, make their home in Fort Myers family. Mr. and Mrs. Kolstad and Barracks are the guests of Mr. and
by the U. S. Sugar Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Sims and Dr. I where Mr. Simpson is now connected son, Kim, met him in West Palm Mrs. J. H. Pressley for two weeks before
during the harvest season. ( and Mrs. W. C. Young. with a lumber company. Beach leaving for the summer.


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The very mention of the words Hatch's Cl participating. Every item of merchandise chases" nor buy merchandise of any kind

Made for j-le .
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Twenty-Third Annual Sale begins next
in this event is of typical Hatch
great The merchandise sold djii.-.g this great ::1

Wednesday, means the greatest outpouring Quality and from regular stock. It's annual event is our recular' stock of fine s .'

' ; of people you've witnessed in many an opportunity that comes but once a quality fashion merchandise reduced in '

a day. No matter where you live price solely to bring our stocks to I
year- make the most of it. avail your ;
come to West Palm Beach to Hatch's summer level. That's wily! Hatch's Annual
self of the savings this important event
to this great Event. and Save. Sales for twenty-two years have been such -F
; Save ; Save. We've considered every brings to you-to your family-to your a tremendous success. Success built on ,

member of your family. every need for home-apartment-hotel or room. Be Public Confidence in Hatch's Merchandise ',

,;: your home-in this great once-a-year here next Wednesday, the first day of this Hatch's Fashions, Hatch's Quality -

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CHAPTER VIIContinued11 "Can you get him, on to the terrace you can put on your shoes. Then run Rolls. 'That's queer,' says Mr. Bohun.'I university geologists. WashingtonPost.

and bring him round?" down the drive until you come to the don't understand :t,' he says. 'If Mr. .

When I told her- what- I had learned, "I'll try," said I. "But I -haven't a woods. Walt there at the edge of the Spencer could wire, he could send a

which, except that my cousin was safe, lot of hope." meadows, and the car will be down Inth.e car. It may be all right, but we'd bettEr Dr. Pierce's Pellets are beet for liver,
was little enough- With that, I picked up the Count minutes to pick you up." go careful, Barley, from this timeon. bowels and stomach::One little Pellet fora

."We must make for. Yorick," she and carried him out. "It Is understood, my lady""You .' Well, we 'Ired a car at Villach, and laxative-three for a cathartic.-Adv.

said. "Pharaoh's stranded, and that But the fellow was too far gone. He will wait without fail, on the stopped four miles from the farm. Scared

chance-with my brother would coma to his senses in time, but right-hand side of the road' Then 1 we enters the woods on foot. Itins Capital
will give me a
I mean. If Valentine's bored enough, nothing that I could do would hale "Without fail, my lady. My lady will Just about half-past four when we' Capital Is timid. Of course. It
has been ill-treated so many times.
them back. not be long. !sights the house. Everything looks
I may be able to get him to go away.If as
I offer him .the Carlotta, he may see As I sat back on my heels- "Five minutes," 1 said. "Perhaps I usual-sleepy an' peaceful you know,

the point of a month at Juan-les-Pins. "No good?" said Helena quietly. shall come before. But until the sir, an' no one about. But Mr. Bohun's

Besides, if we want your cousin, Yorickis "Hopeless," said I. "He's all In. He wicket opens you must not move." uneasy. 'Mustn't rush In,' he says. 'You REMOVE FRECKLES,

where he will be. He's certain to may come round by midday, but he "Very good, my lady." stay an' watch out,' he says:'while I BLA Cat

be watching the castle-It's all he can won't be fit to talk to for 24 hours." With many misgivings we left her go round to the back.' He hadn't HEADSQ;

do. He probably visits Plumage, as As the words left my mouth, the and hastened the way we had come. hardly spoken before Rush comes out

you did today. But he knows that castle clock told us the time.A This time, however, we left the postern on the apron, as bold as brass."I .

when we return, It will be to Yorick quarter past twelve' ajar.We give you my word, sir, that shook
Itself." "We must get him away," said Helena had found her bedroom lighted us. We made sure they'd got you all
"Now at once. There's a train and left it so-an open wardrobe declared -
_ "Very good," said I. "I take it we right. But of course we couldn't do
drive to the door." that leaves Lass for Innsbruck at one the rape of the frock ; and now rothing until It was dark. Then we
o'clock. We can't put him aboard at we only waited to set wide open the "
In and 'ad
"Oh, yes. It's safe enough now. crept a close-up. He drewIn
Lass-he's too well known, but I guess doors of the principal rooms. Then we
"You think you'll get Valentine off his breath. "Those two-Rush andBuglethey're
by an early train?" the train stops at Gola-that's ten went miles on. The girl will have to go with last of the jumps.As .
like turn the 'alls.
"He keeps late hours. If I let him are. They're a on
have the Carlotta, I might get him him and" see that he comes to no the porter stepped out of his You could walk right in between them, No matter how dull and dark your com

off tonight. He's a creature of impulse, harm. lodge before they'd know you were there. coarsened no matter how freckled and
Although 1 could see that It was "Why didn't you tell me," said For alf a'n hour that listEned by mm and wind, Nadinola
we -
know. Paint the toy bright
you drastic, I had then no Idea how mon- Helena, "that his lordship was gone?" Cream,tested and trusted for over a gen-
and he'll want It at once. My God, to what they said and of coursewe eration, will whiten, clear and smooth
John, I've got to do It. He simply must strous was the action which she pro- The fellow looked scared. very soon knew that Pharaoh'd got your skin to new beauty quickest,easiest
Her brother was her liege lord ; "I-I didn't know, my lady. I-I Just
be gone before Pharaoh comes back." posed. his foot In the castle and you was way. apply tonight; no massaging,
when he succeeded her father, she was thought his lordship was here." Bohun no rubbing; Nadinola begins its beautifying -
Then Mr. for thefarmer's
At length- away. goes
work while Then
the first of his vassals to jo; on her "He went this evening. lie says so.lie's you sleep. you
"Why not go to Pommers I said. wife, but she knows nothingat see day-by-day improvement until your
knees, to put her hands between hK left a note. all complexion is restored to white
"And use your original, plan? We've except that his lordship': back creamy ,
to swear to honor his person and The porter put a hand to his head. satin-smooth loveliness. No disap-
shouldbe and given special orders that Bugle
only to find my cousin, and that
"No one has gone out, my lady, since pointments; no long waiting; 'money
easy enough. Let Pharaoh go backto half-past nine. And at half-past nine, and Rush Is to have your rooms at the: back guarantee. 'Get a large box of
Yorick. And then one night we'll farm. NADINOLA Cream at your favorite
my lady, I know that his lordship was toilet
counter by mail postpaid:only
or ,

and had
cross the moat by the foot-bridge "Well we to have quarters
here. 50c. NADINOLA Box 45, Paris, Tenn.
do him in.'' somewhere, so Mr. Bohun comes here.
There was a startled silence. Then-
"I'm afraid to wait, my darling. If "Fetch .the night-watchman," said 'The last place they'll look,' he says,
Pharaoh gets his foot In again, I think Helena. 'and the best I know.' Then we startsIn 30c40c65c Bottles

he'll play the card In his sleeve. He watrhin' the castle and vlsltln' EVEN
The man ran Into the courtyard and
doesn't want to play It, but after to- disappeared.In Plumage at night. And that was all REMOVESGUMGREAS U 't1

night he'll feel that the luck's against we could do, for to look for you was CLOTHES
a flash the wicket was- open andI FROM ALL DRUGGISTS
him-and out It'll come. And the card hopeless-we didn't know where to be-
I was outside.As .
that he's got in his sleeve is puttingmy gin. But we knew where Pharaoh was,
I heaved him Into the car, I sawa Appearances
brother wise. She drew In her antl we made up our minds to get him,
bedraggled figure hurrying on to the Clothes don't make the mah-but.
breath "Once Valentine knows of the for once he was out of the way, all
I1p if t bridge. I laid the C'oiint flat on the the padding helps.
gold, it's no good killing Pharaoh, for roads were clear."
floor-boards and put his coat over his 4
three weeks later another will reign In face. Then I took my seat at the I Barley closed his eyes and pushed. ?
his stead. My brother will talk right back his hat. -
wheel and started to turn the car lnfJ PAINFUL
and left. What's almost. worse, he'll
round. f1Q"-
never leave me alone, as long as there's -I Helena was speaking. CINCHING

20 pounds left. So you see, for that a\ "House the other watchmen and the Wild Elephants Live in
reason alone, Valentine must be gone
warden as well. The castle is to be Communities or PartiesIn
before Pharaoh comes back.
A searched. Unless he left by a postern,
The miles streamed by In silence, the wild state the elephants live
.,. his lordship must: still be here. Tell
avid I think It was Just past midnight In communities or family parties which
the warden thaI have
news for his
when I switched the Rolls off the road may number anything up to forty an-
and Into the entrancedrive.As lordship which will not wait, that I've imals. Herds of a hundred have been Apply Dr.SchoITs Zino-pads on any

our headlights Illuminated the gone to Lass to catch him In case he known, but are unusual In that sensitive spots caused by shoe pressure -
has or friction and you'll have instant
gateway, I saw that the curtains were strength. These herds remain together -
"Your relief. They atop pain of corns,cat
ladyship will be returning
gone and the gates were shut but a for years, and exist In a state of louses and bunions; prevent sore toes
."Within the hour." .. blisters; ease tight shoes. Get a box
wicket In one of the leaves was open friendship that Is rare today. Sold everywhere. 251 and 3St.BIIJ.
rhad the well In shadows
car the
wide, and a servant was standing be- among any other animals. Becauseof
and Helena's door before she
side It, shading his eyes. He had, of was open this fondness for company elephantsare
left the wicket to take her seat. And
course, seen our lights from the por- rarely kept solitary.In :
As the Porter Stepped Out of His
she that the
was so quick though
ter's lodge and had opened for 'Cap- elephant country the natives will
tain Faning as no doubt he had done Lodge. porter made to escort her, I was able tell of "rogue" elephants and their do-

before. As I brought the Rolls up to ever maintain. his freedom and all his to. have 'the car moving before he was Ings. These animals travel alone for

the wicket, I saw him start. Then he rights. And this was no matter of out of the light. the simple reason that they have

opened the door for- his mistress and form.: For better or worse, for more As I whipped over the drawbridge, made themselves objectionable to the

bowed to the ground. than five hundred years the body of I heard her' sigh with relief. community and have been driven out.

"Come, John," said Helena quietly. the Count had been sacred In the eyes "And now for Mona,'' she said. They go savage and will charge men I

She turned to the man. "Shut the of his house. The time was now half past twelve, or other animals on sight, trample illOte, ,,, E

wicket, Hubert, and wait In the lodge. Times might change, but. not iorlck. which shows that much may be doneIn crops, raid villages, and wreck' huts.

The car will stay there." I Its motto held. a quarter of an hour. Indeed, I They remain a menace to the natives

In a flash she was'in the courtyard, I On that handsome July night Helena would not have believed It If the clock: until hunted down and killed. Other SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM OELIV

with Sabre and me behind. snapped the tradition and broke her had not been chiming as we passed elephants of the African species be-

The doors were open, and Helena oath. Not a servant would have dared over the bridge.As come solitary for a different reason. \VNTJ-7 14-3G

sped up the staircase which led to the help her. we left the meadows, I set a The tusks of elephants continue to

principal rooms. In the hall the lights After perhaps five minutes our plans foot on the brake and switched out grow through life, and the more aged No Need to Suffer

were burning, but. from first to lastI were laid.Whilst my lights. find It difficult to carry the weight of

saw no other servants, and we after- I Helena spoke with Mona, the For a moment we sat In silence. 200 pounds and more of Ivory and "flflorningSickness"

wards learned that the Count from Lass I note to Then- members of
at Pha : girl scrawled a keep up with the younger caused
"Morning by an
raoh's suggestion had Pharaoh and boldly It"V Y." "Mona, cried tI lena. "Mona. have to out' and
sent them to bed signed the herd. They drop acid condition. To avoid it, acid must be
every evening at half-past ten. The girl did not answer, and after take to the solitary life.-Montreal] offset by alkalis.-such as magnesia.
Helena's Dear Faning: a frantic moment I flung myself out
ear was fast to the library Herald.
Sorry, butI'm, fed up. I've had enoughof of the car. Why Physicians Recommend
door. After a moment she passed to Yorick and I'm going tonight. I
the dining-room. There for a moment don't know where, but I'll:probably geta "Mona," I cried, "where are you?" News by Express Riders Milnesia Wafers -

she listened. Then her hand went out train. See you again eome day. A figure rose out of the night. On April 10, 1847, the Baltimore Sui. These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
to the handle and "She's hopped It, sir," said Barley. milk of magnesia in solid form-
softly opened the was first to announce to President pure
I think It looked the note of a
door. "Cut through the woods. But I'm the most pleasant way to take it. Each
Polk and his cabinet, and to the Amer-
drunken man. thankful to see you, sir. And that's wafer is approximately equal to a full adult
A girl was standing on the table the of the surrender
re- ican public, news ,
As I laid down my pencil the truth." dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
garding herself In the huge Italian "That'll do very well," said Helena. on March 29, of the city of Vera Cruz, thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
mirror that hung on the wall. Her "He never writes BO nobody knows his It was twenty minutes later, on the one of the Important events of the acidity in the mouth and throughout the

.. dress did not become her-it was so hand. Leave It there on the blotting- skirts of Annabel village, that Barley Mexican war. An outstanding achieve- digestive system and insure quick, com-

:':.' much finer than she. The scene was pad. And now we must go. Mona's a stood by the Rolls and told us his tale. ment of American Journalism, this had plete elimination of the waste matters that

;r.-, too coarse to be comic. Some girl from broken reed, but It can't be helped. I'm We dared not return to the castle been made possible by the newsaper'senterprise cause gas,headaches,bloated feelings anda

the streets of Lass .was trying on not afraid of her talking-she's far too before ten minutes past one, for Lass when, soon after the begin dozen other discomforts.

:{ Helena's clothes. scared for that. But I am afraid of was 12 miles from Yorick and not even ning of hostilities It established a, pri- Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and

: Champagne was on the table and on her bolting the moment she gets the the Rolls could have done the double vate express between New Orleans and 48 convenient, at 35c tins and for 60c respectively handbag, contain-and in

.L tile floor., The Count was lying, flat chance.'''' Journey In less than 35 minutes, no Baltimore.. Sixty: blooded horses were ing 12 at 20c.Each your wafer approximatelyone

N'.. on his back. His condition was most A moment later our strange proces- matter how much she was pushed. We used In this service which cost the adult dose of milk of magnesia. All

; apparent. To say he was drunk conveys I sion took shape. had, therefore, ten minutes to spare- paper about 1,000. a month to oper good drug stores sell and recommend them.
nothing. Valentine Count much Against will for that Pha- ate. The riders ordinarily cow
; ot' Helena led the way and I brought up I our express Start using these delicious, effective
I:: Yorick, was down and out. the with the Count back raoh was racing for Yorick we had nota ered the distance between New Orleans
:J. rear, on my anti-acidgently laxative wafers today
... The girl had seen us In the mirror. while Mona minced between us, bear- shadow of doubt. Still, to be un- and Baltimore In six days and almost

: Her hands clapped fast to her Ing her shoes In her hand. easy was foolish ; that day I had done Invariably beat' the time of the South Professional samples dentists sent if free to registered is madeon
physicians or request
cheeks she was staring at Helena's the Pharaoh was doing It ern Mall by more than 30 hours.
cka reflection Six paces away from the gates, I. laid Journey as professional letterhead. Select Products,
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:! the mirror's report, she shot us one "Is your back all rightl" breathed devil, we might expect to see him at Worst Type of Shark .
i; ; glance of horror; then she crumpledand Helena. half-past one; but I would have laid a The electric ray Is the worst typeof 35c & 60cbottles

:..:;..... -sand to the table, dragging the "Yes, thank you, my sweet." fortune that he would not arrive' be- shark with which fishermen have to

";;. dress about her and shrinking as At once she turned to Mona, who fore six.: deal. He grows up to four feet In c o, 0Z0c

though from some vision which was was drooping beside the wall. So, as we had time to spare. Barley diameter and his tall can be used to tins

<- '. t 1 but waiting to give her the Judgment "If you cross that bridge, the porter stood by the Rolls and told us his tale. deliver an electric shock that will ren-

..;"> that she deserved will see you, and you will be chased "A wire come on Monday, sir, a little der the victim unconscious. The giant

Helena went to her quickly and and caught In a few minutes' time, later than usual, about ten o'clock. ray has a tall like a whip, with a poi-

touched her arm. however, the porter will leave his lodge. 'Return at once," 1 said and It bore sonous sting which can be used to kill MII d Mefoo

"Don't be afraid," she said quietly You'll know when he's pone, because your name. Well, we left as sharp as enemies. It Is frequently caught iu = TNr D: 7iCT ANTI t:1D

"If you do as!: I tell you I'll see that then the wicket will open The mo- we could-for VUlach. of course; but the nets and Is much valued for Its

you come to 'no harm." ment the wicket opens cross the when we gets out at Vllhu-li there skin, from which the hljjMy prlz" Tho Origins Milk of Ma;nosla Water

She turned to nie. tu sueuk English. brldRc. When you're over the bridge ain't no car to meet us, let alone no ijitle! shasrn en I* in i.

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statuettes that stand up MARGARET SULLAVAN .':,;"a
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Quaker Puffed Wheat
one over 7 inches hIgh- Rice for each photo rom''I'

every one autographed! wanted. Mail to

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amateur theatrical performance, then ,:
:. We.t.rn N.w.p.per Uatoa went home and had a terrible .
dream." a :

.f. "What ,did you dream?'
.,' Legacy "I dreamt I went to it again."-
r IN THE KITCHEN I Service DemandedThe '
.:",, Two London cabmen Tid-Bits Magazine.
: were glaring genteel motorist had just pulled .
rk: at each other. "Aw, what's the matter Into the gasoline station for the In-

%' with you?" demanded one."Nothing's evitable gasoline. That being over ....,........ .
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: the matter with me. the attendant was going through his :\: ;c5L-EY's FITS EVER.'tj
"You gave me a narsty look," persisted little ritual.

the first." "Check the oil, sir?" j r :j::;if:: POCKETBOOK t .. "L .'
"Well, responded tie other, "now "Naw, It's O. K. "The farmer's wife tellS me ic is "
""." you mention it, you certainly have a 1 Got enough'. water In the. radiator profitable to keep a pig to get rid of 'l.,
narsty look; but I didn't give It to you." ?'" scraps around the house. 'i'
-. >: Tit-Bits Magazine. '"Yep,- filled up." "I presume so. I find, however, ,

"Anything else, ,sir?" that my husband will eat almost ,..,
-m-' "k. ., WITH MOTHBALLS "Yes, would you please stick out anything." ;J
your tongue so I can seal, this letter?" '
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Not Even Tarnished .
"J..;.' .I. --- Coffee Pot-Remember, a rolling,pin "You ain't got no brains." :

gathers no dough. SPRING FASHIONS "Ain't got no brains? Why, man "
Ah got brains which ain't been ;,
Birthday Present? "
used. .J
After the usual court formalities the
magistrate surveyed the man In the 10 )1;

} i dock."Now: old are you?" he ask'ed. 1fJ tlf'4.I G LI ...
The man In the dock shook his head. s I

i fi;(. .J.,",".,.,,". "'" "Dunno, yer 'oner." 4
"When were you born?" asked the
I "Tom Sprig says I look as thoughI'd magistrate, patiently.The TdE PERFECT GUM
just come out of a bandbox." prisoner raised his eyebrows. 1111/ \
"Things do get awfully mussy when "What's the good of that? Yer ain't

l they've" been packed away In band thlnkln' of givln' me a birthday present "Well), we'll be putting on our new "l1jw4jV--
boxes. I are yer?" spring clothes, pretty soon." I ._ Jrr

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.. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1930

make this claim while COUNTY
District No. 1, Hendry CountyIt
2,500 People running for lesser offices arc equally Notice is hereby given that an
confident.But will be held on Tuesday,
as Is my intention and desire.at LaBelle, Fla.I election
of the matter is myself as a May 5th, A. D. 1936 within
to announce
the time
1) this the
(Continued from page: I announce my candidacy for District Number 7,
crowded "Polk County" is a long way from candidate for re-election as member of Public Tax School
morning hours the fleer was office of Superintendent County, Florida, for the
and it seems of the Hendry County Board of Pub- Hendry
I yt
dancers. Streamer' confetti, being bagged as Instruction.I of electing three Trusteesfor
with the Demo-
'are Instruction subject to purpose
hats and noise maker that Polk County Democrats' lic Primaries in June. Continuation served the schools of this com- said Special Tax School District
of the concerned about tellin' candi- cratic and will, if elected of de-
added to the carnival spirit more of your loyalty and support munity many years and for the further purpose
occasion and all of the merrymaker dates what they want done than they will be appreciated. do my best to keep the doors of termining the amount of millage to
it a most enjoyable affair are in havin' candidates tell what M. E. VON MACH. the school houses open and raise the be levied in said Special Tax School
hailed the as evening Carlton Prevatt; they propose to do. This is as it I I standard of the schools.I District for the next two years en-

During made a great hit by sing- should be, but hasn't been for a long promise a complete separationof suing. .,
a local boy this direction schools from politics and I that the
orchestra ac- time and activity in the Notice is further given
ing two solos with Pujal, of evidenced in Polk county is a FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF will work for a tenure of teachers City Hall in the City of Clewiston
companiment as PUBLIC based entirely upon their success in. within said Special Tax School District -
Miami, former employee of the sugar good sign. the school room. has been designated as the
of second placein Last week 312 delegates gathered candidate for the office of .
and winner am election.All
company more at Bartow to attend the first Superintendent of Public Instruc- Upon this platform I solicit your place of voting
a Major Bowes program held support. persons who pay tax on personal -
County tion. I in said Special -.
than a year ago. and the convention If chosen, I will discharge the duties D. G. McCORMICK. !! or real property
drawing years
in oth-
Cash prizes at the many Tax School District, and are
awarded to H. R. Hall, J. A. Vaughn, was called for the purpose of adopt- of the office faithfully. and im erwise qualified to 'vote, are' eligibleto .

C. J. Neilson, Robert Andrews and ing a democratic platform for the partially.I solicit and will appreciate active I Imported Rugs vote in said election.

Geo. W. Sparks.: county. in the approaching Demo- DREW HAMPTON,
the 27 resolu- Must dispose at great of Public
While most of the crowd presentwas Outstanding among cratic Primary. Chairman Board
made up of people from Lake tions presented and adopted by the S. A. GRAVES. well matched set six'genuine imported Instruction, Hendry Coun-
to whichall ... ed !!>, oriental design, in perfect Florida.
Clewis- platform
communities, Moore Haven, convention as a ; condition. Will sell entire set for ty
ton, Belle Glade, LaBelle, Pahokeeand candidates will be expected to one hundred dollars. Sizes approxi- ATTEST: ,
Canal Point, there were many subscribe, were: endorsement of the FOR COUNTY JUDGE mate 9x12; 7x10; 7x5; 2-3x5, and I E. L. STALLINGS, :'
present from. communities on both National Administration, reaffirmed 10-ft. hall runner. Can be seen a'l t Superintendent of Public
coasts.: allegiance to Jeffersonian Democratic -I I hereby announce myself' as candidate storage. Write Rugs, c-o Clewiston. Instruction. '
principles, abolition of all formsof for the office of County News. April 3-10-17-24, May 1, 1936;
ad valorem taxes prohibiting direct Judge of Hendry County, Florida,\
Additional PersonalsC. taxation on property by the subject to the approval of the voters PAID'' SUBSCRIPTION A YEAR
in the Democratic Primary
state, revision of the state's .

E. Nail and T. B. Shelley spent : tution, nine-months school term 2. Your vote and support will be ,ap-. :

Tuesday in Fort My- with twelve-months pay for teachers _. .__._,., .._. ._. ._. ..............!..!.._._
Monday and I: endorsement of present citrus preciated. BILL MADDOX. ...N.N.N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N.N..N.N.N.N..NN.. -.N-.N-.N.N&....-..............._._'u'u'u........ .n. '. .-. !. T

ers. of unnecessary --
legislation, abolition ---
-Miss Elsie Stafford of Sarasota is state boards and bureaus, condemning :%: :?
spending a week with Mrs. Joe Van legislators' accepting remuner- FOR SHERIFFTo .%.

De Velde at the Watanabe Hotel.R. ative appointments by governor dur- .%.
ing' their term of office, urged call- the Voters of Hendry County: I : t ,
I hereby announce my candidacyfor i
\ GOLF !
L. Smith returned Monday ing' of a state convention, urged repeal the office of Sheriff of Hendry, CLEWISTON
from Sarasota where he spent last of law licensing slot machinesand county subject to the Democratic I

week in a hospital taking treatment sponsoring a state driver's li- Primaries in June. I have been a !

for an abscessed ear. cense. resident of Hendry county for the
-- The surprise ,of the conventionwas past sixteen years and feel that I i COURSE Iii
0. O. Bohannon, Gulf Life Insur- the refusal of delegates to en- am capable of carrying on the workof
representative of West Palm dorse a resolution designed to place the office in an honest and fear- -
less manner and of giving the peopleof -
here instructingits
Beach was a business visitor the meeting on record as conscientious ad- .:. : / '' '
the county a
Tuesday.Mr. delegation to the legislature a- ministration if elected. Your vote :i: 'r '.:t: '.. f.. ,.: .. .: : .. I I :.%%:.
gainst sales tax or any legislation and your support will be appre iat- .:. '. ...."'.._ ,'.1/'' ..I'"' I. .:.
and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez left similar':to a sales tax. ed. \ .%.

Tuesday for their home in Louisiana This resolution was the only one DOUGLAS THOMPSON.FOR 1 1I ..
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the harvest sea- that brought on a major njll
after spending sugar presented -
and a spirited debate lasting TAX ASSESSOR I _
son here. argument

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bryant of Palm J fore forty-five the vote minutes was taken followed, and be-the To the Democratic' Voters of Hen- III the Public \\1 1Y

Beach' and guests Canal of Point their were daughter theweekend .,anti-sales a vote tax of 88 proposal to 85. was defeatedby 1 dry I County hereby'announce: my candidacyfor jll J Open to .

the office of Tax Assessor in .r
Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mr. Duff. The quick'passage of the resolu- ..
Hendry County, subject to the actionof = .Li
tion condemning the two-job prac- :
in Jun .
the Democratic Primaries
called to Key for legislation to y )
H. W. Duval was tice and calling
Your vote and support will be greatly .s' v
Vest several days ago by the illness prevent it in the future, gave a clear 1 appreciated. ,
and death of his mother on Mondayof Indication of public feeling on this. R. N. MILLER. )
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this week. i .. '
core.While the voices of candidates
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams spent from Pensacola to Key West have

Monday in Delray Beach visiting been raised in a mighty babble to y .
wish to announce my candidacyfor :*.
friends and former parishioners from inform the people what these indi- re-election as Tax Assessor for :;: Moderate Green Fees

Wausau, Wisconsin. vidual candidates propose to do, the Hendry County, subject to the will ..i..
voice of the people is heard for the of the Democratic voters in June.I I Exceptional Fairways

Major David .L. Newman, assistant first time from the convention in am seeking re-election solely on ::
Division Engineer of Richmond, Polk county and those who aspire to my record of fairness to the taxpay-: :;: Interesting Greens ._.
be wise to heed it. ers and fairness to the county. I. will '' ..
Va. is spending today and tomor- office will j ._.
continue the same policy in futureas y .!,.
row visiting the ,local office of the The example set by progressivePolk I I v .
in the past-Fairness to all. .. -

U. S. Engineers.L. other will counties undoubtedly and when be followedby this occurs Your vote and support will be ap . ............................'..'..........................................
preciated. II...................................................................... . . .
M. Knapp has been transferredback it will be a tremendous step in HURD L. REEVES.

to the U. S. Engineer office the direction of better government.The ._- -.- .
from Fort Myers where he served as ,
'inspector on the dredge Norman H.Dais i Marion dragline of the MacWilliams -

until it was taken off the Ca- Dredging Company has
loosahatchee job recently. been shut down for the past week
for a general overhauling. -The workis

Mrs. H. V. Briant, of Atlanta, about complete and the machine SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
spent last week with her daughter, should be ready for work within a

Mrs. O. A. Jones and family. Jimmie day or two. ,

Brian, of Miami. was also here for

several days: W. C. Briant, Mrs. .:..:..:..)-:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:. .

Sunday.Jones' brother coming for them POLITICAL .r J" :." ..- : .:. : ;::' ,"T'. ';?> .... Record of Dividends ofClewiston

=-. ... ;_.''": rw'(' :-." ",!:: .. Home Building
Mrs. J. D. Baigrie and Mrs. A. J..r' : : ,. : ;

Hunt home in left West Friday Palm night Beach for after B.I ANNOUNCEMENTSPaid i :.:{ : '. ; f RATE lTATE .i)

visit of several days with their I ( Political Adv.) ... ,0-:0: PERCENT YEAR ._' PERCENT

grand-daughter and daughter, Mrs.B. ... .. .. .. .. ..:..:. ..,. ', "."\/ti....
E. Herring. Mr. and Mrs. Her- :'. X"M t X"X : :*X"X !<*MtMXFOR .:. .: .. 1928 5. 5 1933 :; J "'6
took them back to their home. REPRESENTATIVE '",. .: ;':;r :"
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THE COMMUNITY CHURCHD. To the Democratic.Voters of Hendry .- < :: ..:;::c:" .' \. '1930 4 1935 ,: ;: :vs '::':6 .
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Minister I ; ': ;
Jenkins Williams, County: : : 6
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I wish to announce 'my candidacyfor :i.'S.><. '" 1931 4 1936..-i..; ;1....): .
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the office of Representative ;. ...", '"
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9 45. A. M. Sunday Sch ol. 1932 6 '
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subject to the will -
Hendry County '
10:45 A. M. Junior Church., of the voters in the JunePrimary.. '
'7:45 P. M. Sacrament of the Lord's Though living in Clewiston, I own ; : : ; : :,
Supper and reception of new and operate a business in LaBelle, t. ;: < ;
interestedin f. ; '
Friends members.away from their home ind the therefore development am vitally and welfare of >< ;. ,.' .: :): CALL BY THE HOME

all sections of Hendry county, and BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
church are cordially invited to par- .
obtain "
pledge' my untiringefforts to .
ticipate 'in the Easter Season Communion ;arly construction of Road 164. Invest savings for safety and good ;, THINGTOMORROW AND

, Service at the church' Sun Your vote and support will be ap- your : .
d'ay'eyening,. April 5.rr.rrcrobdrrrr.rsrnrrrraar. vr 'ciated. return. Home Building has never paid TALK... .. THINGS OVER. '" '

r \ KEATHLEY BOW UEN. dividends of less than 4 percent per year. .- : ; ;

In these days of reduced interest on sav'r" ,
Too Late To Classify ings accounts and reduced returns on other -
. I I hereby announce my candidacy Home Building offers r.: ;d.
for the office of Tax Assessor in and forms of investment '

'.By, tRitssell KaytrrrirrUOrllrOrQrrnrrrrrlCaC64n j for Hendry County, Florida, subjectto the conservative, thrifty investor the investment -; r '"
the vote of the Democratic Primary -
June 2nd. best suited to his needs. In- .
I I have lived in Hendry County for Association '
Polk county has been termed key the past 14 years, during which timeI vestigate Clewiston Home Building -

territory in determining the outcomeof have served as Secretary of the 'whether intend investing as CLEWISTON
elections this year and candidatesfor Hendry County Democratic .Executive ; you

most are all state offices have Committee, as President of theYou'ng little as $5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING 1 1
the in an effort Democratic Club, and am
been stumping county find
for the City in lump sum you'll a
to create a favorable impression. present Tax Assessor 1000.00 a ASSOCIATION 1

All candidates, it seems, carry a of I LaBelle.vri\\' endeavor at all times to Home Building program adapted to your PHONES 102-lOa

'little bag to put the "election" in, have taxes as reasonable and as .
and quite a number of those now nearly equalized as' possible. requirements '

running for office are frank to' admit Your support will be greatly ap-

that they have "Polk" in the bag. precjated.. Thanks.DENNIS
At least four gubernatorial. ; candidates_ ,SMALL. IPAGE
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