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 24, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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\ --- Processional ,. . "Sing Unto
A group of agronomists and horti- Ladies Night program was giv- .

I culturists of the Southern States en Wednesday evening at the regu- Choir .

headed by W. E. Stokes, agronomist lar meeting of the Kiwanis Club .at .

j- of the, State Agricultural Experiment j' the Clewiston Inn with Harold More- Invocation . . . Rev. C. W:

Station in Gainesville visited the I land, violinist, Milfred Weigle, soloist LaBelle' Methodist Church

I sugar house of the United States and Miss Genevieve Morris, pianist -

Sugar Corporation here last Friday I of Fort Myers furnishing a
I Ij Hymn . "Come Thou
? morning while making an inspection varied musical program for the en- .

j ", trip to :view Florida's field crops, j tertainment of the members and

i vegetables, fruit crops, packinghouses their ladies. About forty-five were Scripture Reading

and phosphate mines. The (I present. '

I mill was thrown open for their inspection -I I' These West Coast entertainers Anthem '. . "Listen to the Lambs"

I by officials of the Sugar'! have been heard many times in i

I Company and members' of the group Clewiston and always prove very Sermon Dr. D.
II : . . .
expressed great interest in the popular with local audiences. This .. :

I growth of Florida's sugar development was no exception and the programwas
both Ki- Hymn . : / '. "All Hail the :
during the past few years. thoroughly enjoyed by :

I. Following their visit here the wanians and their visitors as Mr. :

I 1 "" r group visited the Experiment Station Weigle, baritone soloist, gave sev- Benediction.. . ... . Rev. C. W. :

1 in Belle, Glade, other points of eral selections and Mr. Moreland entertained -

I interest in Palm Beach county and I for some time with the:violin Recessional . . "God of Our

disbanded in Miami on Saturday. : selections to the accompaniment Choir :i

The group gathered at the North of Miss Morris at the piano. :

Florida Experiment Station in Quincy The following numbers were given t a

Tuesday morning, April 14, and by Mr. Weigle: I ;:

>: viewed research work with general The North Wind ...........Scott* Gatty DRAINAGE OFFICES FISHING

fl",' farm crops. They were guests of Had A Horse _................... F. Kostoy

;'." two Quincy civic clubs for luncheon I The Last Hour ......__ Walter Kinvar

',;'/' Enroute to Gainesville that after- John Behold the Son ....Ward Stephens. NOW IN BELLE GLADEThe BEGIN NEXT >4

;;. noon they stopped at the pecan experimental .

,,,,:'-,. laboratory in Monticel-' Good Night, Sweet ,Dreams ....Bis-

I & 10. choff. offices of the, South Florida The fishing
I ,At Gainesville Tuesday night they Mr. Moreland's selections were as Conservancy District 'are to be mov- each year by the

were addressed by Dr. John J. Tig- follows: ed soon from Miami into new quarters will begin next Friday,

ert, president of the University 'of Sarabande .................... Carl Bohm which' are being, constructed in will continue until

Florida, Dead Wilmon Newell of the Souvenir .................................. Didla Belle Glade, R. Y.' Patterson of August 29 with ;

College of Agriculture, and others. )Playera ...._......................... Granadas Clewiston, chairman of the board an- $71.95 to be given :

i Wednesday morning was devoted to I Esteralita, "Little Star. nounced this week. The move is ners of the contest.To :

;; a trip around the Main Experiment Pizzacatti .............................. Delibes contemplated, Mr. Patterson said, register in ,the

Station farm, followed by a luncheon During the evening the members as an economy measure and will necessary to purchase f

.).'> as guests of the University of Flor- of the Senior class of 1936 of the place the offices near the heart of worth of fishing tackle

ida. Clewiston High School, guests of the the drainage district. The offices store. Fish must be
; From Gainesville the schedule included club, were. introduced. These four have heretofore been In the First ficial bait using rod

visits to the celery experi- ,seniors are: Misses Florine Moore, National Bank Building in Miami in from Lake Okeechobee

mental laboratory at Sanford, the Katherine Wiandt and Louise Bus- the headquarters of the Everglades channels. Other details

Citrus Experiment Station at Lake sey and Vincent Oglesby. Drainage District, the late James B. ed by reading the

Alfred, packing plants at Lake .Alfred Jeffries being chairman ofboth- elsewhere in this issue.The

and Florence Villa, phosphate boards. capital prizes

(,"" mines' at Mulberry, Bok Tower, the ; Father Finnegan "The board of supervisors Intendsto ed only for black bass

>,-4, sugar mill here, the Everglades Experiment ,have information"available at the first prize is fifteen,
) Is Transferred
Station at Belle Glade and Belle Glade office for: the benefit 'of of tackle, the second, \

other points of interest in, Palm taxpayers and land owners," Mr. worth and the third

Beach county, and avocado, grovesin Patterson said. "Such a conveniencewill worth. IH addition to firing.:1

Dade. Father F. J. Finnegan, who for stimulate the payment of cur- thirty-six weekly, prizes,

Entertainment features scheduled almost six years has served as pas- rent and delinquent taxes. artificial bait will be

., include a dinner by the Chilean Nitrate tor of St. Margaret's: Catholic church "Improvement work of cleaning monthly prizes each to

; .... of Soda Educational. Bureau in here will leave next Thursday for ditches, enlarging others and -'digging silk casting line. i

.- Orlando Wednesday night, luncheon Melbourne where he has been trans- new ones with funds from the weekly: prizes will be

as guests of a group of phosphate ferred by his Bishop.: He will exchange Reconstruction Finance Corporation, largest robalo or "

r' companies at the mine in Mulberry places with Father Walsh, will be completed the latter part of the contest.

a dinner by the Barret Company in I of Melbourne who ,will come to Clew- June. This work is providing a great :Much interest has

Avon Park Thursday. Officials of iston to take over the work here improvement t to the drainage these contests in other .

; :, the Mountain Lake Sanctuary and!I and in Pahokee. throughout the 'entire drainage area I with sport fishing
' Bok Tower arranged a special, tour I Father Finnegan came to Clewis- of the district." and more popular here,

\ of the grounds and concert for them I ton October 15, 1930 from that there will be :

Thursday afternoon. A bag of deli- Jacksonville where he had this year than ever

cious Florida oranges' was presented served a pastorate for one year. He Engineers CompleteRifle

to each visitor' by the Florence is a native of Ireland and was edu- Candidates

Villa packinghouse in :Winter Haven cated there for the priesthood com- Range Here

T': ''I = that morning. ing directly to Jacksonville for his Qualified In
.. II : I first pastorate. He was the first I
, The committee named by Captain
Capt. Selee Addresses priest to be located in the Everglades --
Richardson Selee to investigate the 1
and had only fourteen mem- following
construction of a rifle range for the
Officers bers when 'he came to Clewiston and have announced in
at Camp Belvoir entertainment and diversion of the
i no church building at all. But he have qualified with the
personnel of the U. S. Engineer sub-
had a job to do and he has done it circuit court, "VMilliam
office here, composed of H. O. Pet- '
': ;, Captain Richardson Selee left the well for he leaves in the Evergladestwo the primary election
ers, Mark R. Lawler and V. A. Al-
latter part of last week for Washington beautiful church buildings anda June 2. This is, the
len worked rapidly in picking outa
.. where he was expected to membership of more than two going to press.
site for the proposed and
give an address Tuesday night be- hundred as a result of his six yearsof range For representatives: ,
in effecting construction. The rangeis
Stewart of Clewiston,
fore the officers and men at Camp
now practically complete and it
Belvoir where he has been assigned On the second of February, 1931, and Keathley Bowden
is expected that within a short
I to resume military work after. construction of St. Margaiet's For Sheriff, H. L.
time many of the engineers will a- I
two :years civilian work: on the Okee-. church here was started., By Easterit For tax assessor it ;
\ vail themselves of the opportunity
teresting: Hurd Reeves
chobee project. was finished but not open and
to brush on their marksmanship.
up !
1 out to succeed himself
Capt. Selee's address there was to work was started on the rectory at
The new rifle range is located on .
Miller Dennis
be similar to the one given here last once. In nine months after his arrival and
toe of,,
government property at the
time contenders.For
week before the Kiwanis Club' an services were being ,held in the I
the levee just north of the warehouse -
illustrated discussion of the Okee- church and Fr. Finnegan was livingIn superintendent
and about three hundred feet
chobee project. However there he the rectory. During these first struction the race
east of the hurricane gate. The butts
was to have gone more into detail nine months services were held in tween S. A. Graves,
are placed against the toe of the levee -
in of
and discuss technical points which the Community Church building and place
and additional protection is pro- McCormick:
were eliminated as much as possiblein Fr. Finnegan occupied a small homo I I vided against accident by placing G.
his local tall(. The wealth of ma- on the 'west side, of town. The churchwas
steel baffle plates from the top of
terial, which he had at hand was ex, dedicated the following year.
the target board on an angle back
pected to take better than two His next objective was a church at ] -
to the levee which will eliminate all A dance'
hours to discuss. sponsored by
I Pahokee and in 1934 St. Mary's I
r danger of cartridges ricocheting.Each .
ton American Legion
.., church of that place dedicated.I
( was
one in the office wishing to ; will be held next
Legion Junior Team I Although Clewiston and its people
II use the range will be assessed one April 30 at the II
have become
close to
very dur-, I
I dollar membership fee which will Bill Doherty: and his
Begins PracticeThe ing his long residence here, Fr. Fin
the of
provide funds for purchase Syncopators from West J
negan states that the work i
I targets and cartridges. By buying will furnish the music
him here is done and he is.willing'
these supplies in 'quantity the costis and special
.l'!:} Junior Baseball team sponsored to accept the Bishop's assignmentto materially lessened. are promised. Dancing
by the American work in other fields.
\2 Legion andy
.22 caliber rifles will be used on until 100..
managed by J. E. Beardsley held Fr. Walsh has been pastor of the the range with standard .22 long
1 their first practice sessions on the church at Melbourne and Palm f
Bay rifle cartridges. Any make of rifle Mrs. D. G. Alston
j ,
local diamond this week and :Manager for the past eight
years. Like Fr. may now be used but if and whena and today in Moore '
1 Beardsley hopes to have the Finnegan, he is a native of Ireland, rifle team is organized either the she Is managing the
1 material at hand whipped into shapein and still a young man. Clewiston .
re- Winchester Model 52, the Savage 19or Pharmacy following the
a few weeks and have a team grets to see Fr. Finnegan depart but. the Stevens Walnut Hill 417 will Wade Cartee to the ',

capable of holding their: own with will give a hearty welcome to his be required under the rules of the the LaBelle stor. ,
any of the Junior. South Florida I successor with the hope that when National Rifle Association. Ranges

teams. his time is up here he will leave as and targets' used will be of a' type

The. age limit set for these, boys I'-"'ny friends behind as Fr. Finne-I specified by the NRA. Sliding tar- may use either the
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) provided so that marksmen or upright position in .


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'- ---"'''' ......_____4 Gentleman FriendOne
of Current
News Review IMPROVED

BRISBANETHIS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL day there came to a hospitalclinic tit

a negro woman with a fractured :
Events the World Over I
SUNDAY Jaw. The surgeon, Intent os discovering -
WEEK Lesson the exact nature ant extentof

the Injury, asked nume.ous'ques-
By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. tions, to all of which the patient returned -
Member of Faculty, Moody Blblo
Ethiopia Rains BombsSix Hurrying With Tax and Relief Programs- Institute of Chicago. evasive answers Finally she
Congressmen Western Newspaper Union.
admitted she had been "hit with an
Marriage Troubles
Miller Is Dead Black's Committee Wins a DecisionDistractingRivalries object.
"Was it a large object asked the
Another Big QuestionAddis in European Diplomacy. Lesson-for April 26 physician. -

Ababa is bombed by Italian i "Tol'able large."
planes from mo're than a mile above I "Was It, moving rapidly or slowly
the city, natives I By when it struck you?"
shooting at the Ital Western Newspaper Union. "Tol'able fast.
LESSON TEXT-Luke 16:19-31.
ian pilots with rules : settled down to earnest son gas In Ethiopia 'be taken up bj GOLDEN TEXT-The' rich and poor Then, her patience exhausted, she
tB Xa' n that could not possibly CONGRESS would clear the way for the League of Nations and that peac meet together: the Lord Is the maker blurted out: "To tell you de troof,

a '' carry one- early adjournment the two chief matters negotiations between Italy and EthI of PRIMARY them all.-Proverbs TOPIC-Jesus'22:2.: Story of a doctab, Ah wuz jes' nachelly kick'In

quarter of the dis nnrler consideration being taxes, opla be opened quickly to forests Beggar Man.JUNIOR d3 face by one of ma gen'lemen

tance. Correspondents '....",.. and relief. Demo- any attempt by Premier Mussolini to TOPIC-Which Was the Rich friends."-Everybody's Weekly (Lon-
with receivingsets of the 'sign settlement which Man? don).
cratlc members a ; might rust
listened to the J"i: i INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR
talk- 1 .,.'. ....... .' houe'a; 's and means from ruins of Halle Splash EthI TOPIC-What Money Cannot Buy.
Italian pilots : committee worked In oplan empire. Foreign Secretary Edet YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
Ing to each other j' TOPIC-How Can We Make Our Social
executive session to indicated the British were determined
by radio Halle Se- : Order Christian? 1
(ti :. draw up the new revenue to make peace progress "before wt -
lassie hurryingsouth
which Geneva "
was not at measure leave Britain reserving its The topic as given by the Lesson
home, when they l.. they expect will yield decision as to what to do next If thlj committee is hardly a fair statement. _
.'>/.. :. about $700,000.000! In conciliation effort failed.
\y. -
called.- -That war :< :: ,::> < The supreme message is the presentation -
:$' < additional taxes durlnz The conciliation committee of the of contrasted lives and destiniesas
should be over soon
Arthur Brisbane I' i the next year. The minority league was making little or no progress expressed through the accidents of

members stayed and In Rome Mussollnl told his wealth and poverty. Lazarus was not Mr11N AJ
. Dr. Alice E. Johnson psychiatrist away, scornfully .a-"'' cabinet that Ethiopia's armies should entitled to heaven because he was
of Philadelphia's Municipal court, Var7. L. sertlng their presence and would be "totally annihilated.1.'' poor, neither did the rich man reach ;

gives six reasons for marriage failures. Hopkins was useless because His own forces, meanwhile, were moving the; place of torment because he was e

They are: Different family back- the preparation of the measure was rapidly toward Dessye and Addis rich. In this lesson two worlds] are I LANTERN

grounds of husband and wife; rela- utterly partisan. Representative A. Aba ba. unveiled before us, disclosing extremes THIS L la the little Colemia
Lantern with the biff
tives Interfering, especially mothers-in- P. Lamneck of Ohio, Democrat, was France was reverting to her for of character and conditions of per brilhoncs. It lights liutantly
laws; Infidelity* ; Incompatibility ; alco- insistent on his plan to raise 500000. mer policy of letting Italy go ahead! sons. In this world we see a rich man and lighting is nlwuys job In ready any weather for any
holism, and a desire to "dominate." cent tax on with Its African her Just the light you need for every outdoor use .
000 by a flat 20 to 22 per conquest devoting reveling In luxury and a poor man In on the farm for hunting, fishing, outdoor sport
There Is a seventh reason, to be foundIn corporation Income. To produce $2G .- attention mainly to Germany and central sore affliction begging at the rich Has genuine top Dickie-plated Pyre: bulge-type fount,globe built-in, porcelain pomp. Like ventilator
the nature of man, who is still 98 1 i 000,000 more and bring his plan nearly Europe. The British continued to man's gate. In the other world we see Coleman Lamps, ft makes and burns its, own gu
from regular gasoline. It's a big value with year
per cent In the age of barbarism. i up to the money requirement outlined treat all that In a conciliatory way, the same men in reversed positions. of dependable lighting service,for only$S.95.

by President Roosevelt, Lamneck which disgusted the French. Premier These lives were intended to be rep- SEE YOUR for LOCAL FREE DEALER-or Folder writ

Marilyn Miller: ] is dead, only thirty- would repeal the present exemptionof Sarraut handed In his government's resentive. THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO;

eight years old. The little town of corporation dividends from the nor- reply to the Hitler settlement pro- I. -The Contrasted Lives (vv. 19-21). Chicago Dcpt. WU1EO.Wichita,IlL; Philadelphia Kans, Pa Los Angeles,Calif(51JO)

Findlay, Ohio, or the bigger town of mal income tax rate. On that, he was posals, submitting In return its, own 1. The rich man (v. 19). He seeemsto
New York, might well erect some In agreement with the committee pro- plan. This demanded that Germany have lived In a mansion secluded

monument to her memory. She con gram. keep "hands off" the rest of Europefor from the common people. He was

tributed a great deal to human cheer- Harry L. Hopkins .head of the WPA 25 years.'renouncing. her apparent clothed In costly raiment. He was

fulness and happiness, and it may be appeared before a subcommittee of the Intentions of action against Austria, served the richest food that could be '
said of her Samuel Johnson saId: committee also, Ipmel and claims for LET HIM
as house appropriations Danzig and provided. His sin was selfishly to indulge er'r
referring to the death of the great in executive session; to urge compliance colonies. It submitted a French peace his appetites without consideration BE FREEFROM

ac'tor, Garrick, that her death :"eclipsed with President Roosevelt's request plan based on "collective security"with for others. .

the gayety of nations and Impover- for an additional billion and a regional mutual assistance pacts 2. The beggar (vv. 20, 21). He was V
ished the public's stock of harmless half to finance relief in the 1037! fiscal hacked by an International army directed laid at the rich man's gate with the i WORMS i

pleasure.." year. Various committee members at by a commission working hope of getting at least the crumbs <

once demanded that Mr. Hopkins tell through the league. from his table. The ''rIch man gave Whenever you decide to free

A lady who signs "B. A. G." Is In- what had been done with the $4SH-( him no consideration. The dogs of your child from Worms or

terested In very serious things. She 000.000 granted last year. He was rEDERAL money totaling $!)i6OOO.- the street were more kind to him than Tapeworm, get the medicine
writes: "The more I hear of those said to have promised to' do his best I" 000 will be spent In the next four the rich man. Though destitute and that will drive them out with

big armies, the more I am reminded of to satisfy them but Chairman J. P. years on 'low-cost rent and slum clearance helpless] the man's name Is most sug- one single dose.

the huge population of hell. What is Buchanan warned the minority mem- construction projects provided gestive. "Lazarus" means "God is a Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT Vermifuge
your Idea of hell?" bers that "this Is not to be made Into the administration's help," indicating that a godly life

That big question may be answered an Investigation." housing bill, introduced shone through his poverty. Worldly yS,+ r xM iv rnem oHpea r

later. An aged colored man...once told by Senator Rob- condition Is not a. sure test of. a man's .
his pastor: "I don't believe In hell, ROOSEVELT, happy, ert F.' Wagner of New position in the sight of God. All rich t

because I don't think any constitution PRESIDENT wound up his fishing York, is passed by men are not wicked and selfish, neitherare SOc a bottle nt druggists:: or
could stand it.". cruise In the Bahamas and returned congress. Mr. Wagner all poor men godly.II. WrIght's Pill Co., 100 Gold S>t., N.Y. City.

to Wushln ton.. He landed at \V rI hopes it will be put Their Contrasted Deaths and

"It worries me," says the-lady, "thatso Fort Lauderdale and hoarded his spe- I: < through during the Burials (v. 22).
many men are afraid of poverty cial train at once, being accompanied / present session. 1. The beggar. ,He was found dead Stomach Trouble You ? :

here upon earth, and not afraid of for a time by Governor Sholtz of The measure Is a and his body was hurried off to a Indigestion, gassy, ::1
hell Miss B. A. G. Is certain that Florida and James A. Moffett who may compromise I of the pauper's grave. No notice was takenof sour stomach, from ..")'9 J
causes that can be relieved -
hell Is real, a belief that must be be appointed assistant secretary of the .many. proposals made his death by the world. Doubtlessthe .". by a tonic have '

comforting' to those anxious to have navy to succeed the late Henry] Roose Wagner by the various reliefSen. only loss to the world was that he ", Pierce's been overcome Golden Medical by Dr. ";,.!..q
the wicked punished. velt. Governor McNutt of Indiana and housing| agencies was no longer to be seen at the rightman's Discovery. Mrs. H. C. '
the Democratic of the New Deal and was drafted[ Patterson of 1726 Nassau
keynoter of gate.
.. possible
a: K;> SL. Nashville, Tenn,
Winthrop W. Aid rich, head of the convention, went up from Miami to after a series of conferences with 2. The rich man. He also-died. His "'v.:..", says: "Everything I ate
Chase National bank, biggest In America greet the President. President Roosevelt. It would cre- gold could not bribe the messer :sr of toured on my stomach. Finally I decided to

knows about money, as did his On the way to Washington Mr ate another bureau, with five directors death. Doubtless a costly funeralwas try Well Dr., by Pierce's the time Golden I had taken Medical two Discovery.bottles of

father before him, the late senator Roosevelt stopped for half a day at including the secretary of the held, attended by those who It I could eat and had no more trouble& ,"
New size, tablets SO cts., liquid$1.00 $1.35.
from Rhode Island, who invented the Warm Springs Ga.. to look at his Interior in his ex officio capacity, receiving moved In his social class, the officiat-

Federal Reserve plan and put it (farm and take a swim In the resort $10.000 salaries. ing priest pronouncing great eulogiesover
through' Mr. Aldrich thinks It would pool. Passing through part of the The authority would be empoweredto him. Sardines

not be a good Idea to turn money region devastated by the recent torna make grants not to exceed 45 percent III. Their Contrasted Destiniesv. Best luck of sardines is that no one

loose and encourage n speculative, does, he received reports from eyewitnesses of the total cost and loans for ( 23). gets them to eat too often.
stock-gambling boom. lie remembers the remainder to any public housing .
along the route. 1. The beggar. He was at once
1929. ., agency for the acquisition of land
carried by the angels into Abraham's
and the construction of "low-rent"
bosom. Te souls of believers are especially -
Under certain circumstances "the SENATOR BLACK'S lobby commit- housing projects. The loans wouldbe cared for at the hour of death ",
a considerable victory In repayable over a period not to exceed -
prospect of inflation is very grave (Phil. 1:23). They go Immediately to .
the District of Columbia: Supreme court of Inter-
60 years at such rates
Indeed, says Mr. Aldrich and. warns be with the Lord. :!
when Chief Justice Wheat refused to .
est as the authority
against "the erection of a top-heavy 2. The rich man. Though he had
structure of credit again." enjoin the committee an elaborate burial, he lifted up his

from using the tele- FLYING) through a fog on Its way eyes In hell being in torment When

grams from and to William a Transcontinentaland the veil of futurity is ]lifted, we see the J.
An offensive and defensive treaty which
K Hearst
Western Air liner went far out eversed.The .
positions of these men are /
between Japan and Germany like the KILLS INSECTSON
seized. The
had been
9 of Its course plowed through the for poor man Is in the company ot
one between France and Russia, Is
held that the
considered a certainty tIt Judge est seven miles southeast of Union just men made perfect because of his FLOWERS FRUITS
court had no jurisdiction City, Pa., and smashed into a granite life of godliness on the earth, and the VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
should be possible for nations over the committee s3 wall on Chestnut Ridge Nine passengers rich man is stripped of his purple and j
that want to survive and to and said he could .. 9 P1 Demand original sealed J
and the two pilots were killed fine linen and cast Into hell with all bottles from dealer
'get together and let others that must not see that the free- The stewardess Miss Nellie Granger, wicked men, because while on earth he your \ :

fight kill each other off until they dom of the press was managed to drag one man and the lived only for selfish ends 3.y' .
tire of it This country, at least In Involved.
any way from the flam- of
sole woman passenger IV. The Reality and Fixedness
should carry out that plan. Said his honor: -. Ing wreckage, bound up their wounds, Life Beyond the Grave (vv. 24-31): ). 6) TK.PEBFECT t'

"I have not been InSenator Black ran four miles to a farmhouse from 1., The cry for mercy (v. 24). Dives, 1vflI1[ HOME DRY ,'
Japan and Russia have passed from formed yet of case In which any CLEANER30c40c65c
any which she telephoned to Pittsburgh which is the Latin name for "rich man, (I) .
the "warning" stage to border fightIng court has assumed to dictate to a com the news of the disaster, and then was now willing to claim relationshipto Bottles utORUGGISTSal
on the Russian side. Planes mittee of the senate what It should do
for the
returned to the scene to care Abraham. He was keenly consciousand i
tanks and heavy artillery are taken and what it should not do. and I do survivors until a rescue party could the appetites which controlled him' I I
across the Manchukuo border by Russia feel that I have to Inau-
not any right him.
arrive. The pilots were flying on a while on earth were still with I I"j
and that "looks like: business.'- gurate any such principle as that." radio beam, and It was believed their Part of the torment of hell will be the

,- Elisha Hanson counsel for Mr. radio apparatus failed. At this writIng cravings of appetite and lust with no C ,

Russia will soon know how much Hearst, announced that be would appeal there is no other explanation. means of their gratification. 0 0 '-:"j i io

Mongolia will be worth as a protec- l from the decision, and it was 2. Abraham's reply (v. 25). This i

tion against Japan, and Europe may certain that the case would ultimatelybe new In Spanish history reply cast the matter back upon the. D you suffer burning, scanty or
soon know the value of Russia as a taken before the United States Supreme SOMETHING man's He said "Son, re too frequent urination backache, .
in Madrid. The parlia- memory. :
headache, dizziness, loss of energy
Asia. courtContinuing
protection against ment, by a vote of 238 to 5, ousted'Nlceto member." The lashings of a guilty leg pains, swellings and puffiness
Its Investigation, the from the office conscience will be most real in hell.
Alcala Zamora under the'eyes? Are you tired, nervous
The Canadian Press news service Black committee heard the testimonyof of president of .the republic. This action 3. Their fixedness. Human des- -feel all unstrung and don't
says Canada's wealth has shrunk almost Fred G. Clark of New York, national accomplished by a coalition of tinies are fixed during this life. When know what is wrong?

six thousand million dollars commander of the Crusaders. Socialists Communists, Left Republicans one passes out of this life he enters Then give some thought to your .
since 10 0. That will be only a temporary Mr. Clark denied that the organizationhad and ten minor groups, was takenon Into a condition unchangeable. f kidneys. Be sure they function proper ,

shrinkage.You ever engaged In lobbying, and declared a Socialist motion that the presI- 4. God's Word Is the all-sufficient. ly for functional kidney disorder permits .:
that It had assailed the meth- excess waste to stay in the blood, .,. ./.
dent had acted Illegally In dissolvingthe light (vv. 27-31). Dives now requestedthat whole ..-d
and and the
know that England Is worried ods of lobbyists In a national radio last parliament before the elections Lazarus go on an errand of mercyto system.to poison upset

about something when you read that broadcast. and that therefore he-should be expelled his brethren. He regarded the testimony !- I I Use Doan's Pills.Doan's are for the
she now demands that the league establish from office Back of this motion of a spirit of more value than f kidneys only. They are recommendedthe

an oil embargo against Italy.A MUSSOLINI'S African adventure however lay radical sentiment, the Word of God. Many today are world over. You can get the genuine I
little late, but it is explained that Rhineland doings that Zamora, In using his power according more willing to trust the rapplngs ofa time-tested Doan's at any drug I

England Is outraged by Italy's use of and future Intentions, tangled together to personal whim, has ham- ghost than the sure Word of God. store. 1 1i
poison gas against the Ethiopians. have created a situation that pered the progress of the "republican Abraham declared that God's Wordis 1I i I

Mussolini used something worse seemed to In peril the formal friend- revolution." sufficient, that those who rejected .:.1
than poison gas against England when ship between Great Britain and Diego Martinez Barrio, speaker of Moses and the prophets would not repent ',' i

he occupied the Lake Tana region France. The British were Insisting that parliament, was made temporary pres- though visited by one who had: iI
6 Klnc Features Syndicate Inc. Italy be curbed, that her use of pol- Ident to serve until elections are held risen from the dead. I
WNU Service.

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Foreign Words
Our Imagination
iJI and PhrasesAbas

The tenant, seeing the balifTs witha .

for the .. :. a ,,, n.
summons rent coming up .a, i'y 14. 9aw"Mpt (F.-Down with ; opposedto BEYOND the world of outward

path, shut the front door, barred It, vice there Is another

and prepared to hold the fort at all world of Inward vision, and the

costs. nona fide (L.-In good faith. key to it is imagination. To see ':

The bailiffs knocked twice, and, rr things as they are-that is a precious -

receiving no' answer, started to push Dominus vobiscum (L.)-The Lord gift. To see ,things as they :.:

the summons under the door. Quickas be with you were in their beginning or as they ;

thought, the tenant seized the r' ought to be in their perfecting ; :

bellows and blew it back again. I Hoi polloi! iGr.)-The masses ; the to make the absent, present; to A

I, Again they pushed it under, and herd. "rebuild the past out of a tnimuem; :r;

again the tenant blew It back. Tills of carven stone ; to foresee the future ,

: happened several times, until at last harvest in the grain of wheatin
, '" Ich dien (G.)-I serve. (Motto of
:1 one of the bailiffs picked up the the king of England.) the sower's hand ; to visualize .,;

, -.: summons and turned to his com- the face of the invisible, and enter ..-

Into tne lives of all '
panion. sorts and :
! Mon ami (F.)-My friend. .
mate he said. "Let's conditions of unknown -'' that
"Come on, }en-

j ,.' take this back to the Jandlo'rd. I RHINELAND CITIES Jeu i de mots is a precious gift with a value .
(F.-Play on words.
: rent either if I' beyond our estimation. '
! wouldn't pay any Henry

, ; had to live in a draughty house like StSSSS&tv TTT'WWf && .4 A, Labor omnia vlnclt (L.-l.abor Van Dyke. ,

.t ; ', that.-London, Answers. conquers all things.Prehistoric :\
I Koln's Cathedral Dominates the Rhine. ':'
r- FIREARMS ARE DEADLY Prepared by the National Geographic Society. and Sweden to keep the wheels of Bones Foundin ;

I .. Washington D. C.-\VNU Service.MANY Duisburg mills in ',operation.. Mean.
cities that will be Southern California : I':
the !
J':, Accidental discharge of firearms economically by the while the Ruhr river, which flows Into < 9c"PR

: the Rhine at Duisburg, is filled with -
results in more than 2,200 deaths every movement of Nazi: Bits of bone have furnished scientists
I' 70 vessels and barges, many of which
This represents .
per '
year. :
well-known with evidence that
troops are to.. man may
fatalities. Hun- dock: at the busy port where their car <;
cent of all firearm
Americans who have enjoyed happy have roamed southern California Iff'
ters who are sure "it isn't loaded"are vacation days in the Rhlnelaud. Among goes are transferred to Duisburg to sea-going mills. craft. the glacial epoch-nearly 25ooa''cars 5U 0 ..,
I or conveyed
, responsible for the greatest number them are Koln (Cologne), Duisburg, ago.: Prehistoric remains., of .-j
i I Beyond the quays, lofty smoke stacks Apply New De Luxe Dr. Scholl's .
of accidents. and Koblenz (Coblenz) ; cities that steel and Iron an imperial elephant, largest of all ,!
I rise above huge plants Zino-pads on any sensitive spots
I \ have beckoned to, and charmed trav- land mammals, and what appearedto :,,'
! rolling mills foundries, machine shops, on your toes and feet,or on corns, }
elers from this side of the Atlantic. be a human being unearthed
j chemical works and shipyards, and were callouses or bunions. In one min '::"

-SyS Koln is one of the most popular stop- now and then on the brightest days by WPA workers, digging 12 feet ute discomfort will be gone I Nag "

! ping places along the Rhine. The city the blast furnaces belch a volume of below the surface of the Slauson ging shoe pressure or friction is ..' .

I with Its bristling trade and with one flame and smoke that startles the trav n\enre drainLos Angeles. In a closely stopped. New or tight shoes won't -".:'
\ AFAR of the world's most famous cathedralsIs assembled group were fragments of or cause sore toes or blisters.
show him
eler. A Duisburger will Get a box of these flesh color,velvety- \
perhaps, the valley's greatest drawIng how some of the factories make use of tusks, two teeth, and parts of a soft, waterproof pads today at your '(
IA5 TD ID DAYS card. vertebra. drag;, shoe or department store. "
large Near by were smaller
their smoke by extracting which
Whether the traveler approaches mills from bones, Including a skull. I
help turn the wheels in the
Koln by the black-and-white funneled : ;
I which It comes. a; -j
boats, by train or by motor and
passenger Quaint, gabled houses with doorsteps fo keep clean healthy take Dr. .
over the numerous highways that radI- Plerce's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate '
protruding upon the cobbles of narrow liver bowels and
stomach.Adv.Penalty .
ate from the the massive cathe- ,
streets, and the venerable St. Savior's ED'
dral blackened first into ROLL EVELO
by age,
church, a fine Gothic edifice, whose of Fame
view. The huge structure dwarfs the 8 Never-fade Velox Prints ,
spire rises 312 feet above the city
When achieves loses 25c
one fame '
close-built, gabled, medieval houses and one ONE ENLARGEMENT
take: the traveler back a few centuries, JACK RABBIT CO. 'f
S' AWAY modern flat-roofed structures.The privacy. Spartanburg South Carolina (COIN ;J
: but most of Duisburg is as new as any I J.;

: BLACKHEADS -DULL, DINGY SKIN Koln edifice is a fine example of of America's colonial towns.In .'11Th6s

All you do is this: ((1) At bedtime Gothic architecture ranking fifth in the middle of the Nineteenth cen- wilt"many

(: spread a thin film of NADINOLA size among the, world's cathedrals. Its tury Duisburg had only 15,000 Inhab- story interest

<:, .Cream over your face-no massaging, richly adorned with a profusion of itants and Ruhrort, 7,000. Today ,both

r no rubbing. ((2)) Leave on while you turrets, spires, flying buttresses, elaborately of 300-
'cities have a population nearly
f.. sleep. ((3)) WatA daily improvement-
;" usually in 5 to 10 days you will see a carved cornices, fluted col. 000, drawn from nearly all parts of Men and Women

marvelous transformation. Freckles umns, and stained glass windows Germany, and many parts of Europe.As ,
blackheads disappear; dull coarsened framed In beautifully executed tracery
.,. the rich Ruhr district Is further ,I
skin becomes satin-
smooth, lovely! creamy-white Fine results positively work. From Its heights numerous developed, Duisburg, as the water gate NOT long ago I was like some friends I

guaranteed with NADINOLA-tested gargoyles gape at passers-by in the way of the Ruhr district, bids fair to low in spirits..run-down..out of .,

and trusted for nearly two generations.At streets, beneath. continue to grow.A sorts..tired easily and looked terrible. I knew ; .p :.r ; r ."

all toilet counters, only 50c. Or The twin spires flanking the western large portion of the working population I had no serious organic trouble so I reasoned :< ?;; '>. ,h:>.. ..:,.

c'n : write NADINOLA, Box 41, Paris,Tenn. facade, each nearly as tall as the of work In the great sensibly. .as my experience has since proven... ,
! that work colds and whatnot had '
just '
Washington monument, tower over the .
' :, steel mills of the Duisburg area. Frequently down.
worn me
city and the swift flowing Rhine "like ".
'0 tie they crowd the city stadium The confidence mother has always had in ,:

""S. fingers pointing city to !heaven. which accommodates 40,000 spectators.The S.S.S. Tonic. which is still her stand-by when .. \

I 4J&IWUtConstipation Koln Is Ancient But and of Germany's
I' Busy. opera some she feels run-down..convinced me I ought to y J
Although Koln Is two thousand finest orchestras and enthusiastic audiences try this Treatment..I started a course..the <. ';.x. .

pears old, it reflects its prosperity and here. Many churches and gov- color began to come back to my skin. .I felt "' "" '"

modern development iu wide, tree- ernment buildings, as well as the mu- better...I no longer tired easily and soon I <
those red-blood-cells back so"Yesl' have come .
felt that were to
Sufferers lined boulevards broken here and seum, are adorned with paintings,
: :
called fighting strength... it is great to feel back to where feel
there by flowering gardens and parkways sculptures or industrial art works.
.'" old self
strong again and like my s.S.S.Co. like myself again:1
I J ornamented with munuments The newer portion of Duisburg Is :

and equestrian statues of celebrated laid out with modern thoroughfares -.''
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German countrymen. Fine shops and in the business districts of which are mB-! )

'NATURE'S BEST ASSISTANT" Imposing mansions border these fine shops. Frequently the streets'
thoroughfares but now and then one open into the broad squares where ,

wanders Into a section where medieval Duisburg has placed statues In honorof Too Many Cooks Shiftless People

Koln reveals itself In tortuous, narrow, local and national patriots. Duis Mexico has one general to every I Shiftless people don't apologize.They're .
wntf CONTAINS 3/2 TIMES cobbled streets, walled by ancient burg was the home of Gerhard Merca- 123 soldiers in her army. past that.

'nUJ'le pall:>> AS MUCH AS THE gabled house fronts and dimly lightedby tor, and in the Burg-Platz is a fountain

EC SIZE antiquated gas posts. commemorating the mapmaker.

H The Roman wall that once surrounded Attractions of Koblenz. t 6
OROlaNESNOW old Koln has long since been destroyed i
The traveler finds that there Is little _
: and its foundation now forms
WHITE_PETROLEUM_ JELLY_ wonder that American soldiers liked -==-
one of the city's most beautiful boule- 'I :
their assignment to Koblenz after the
II vards and parkways-The Ring. Only World ,
>, the gate towers of the walls remain, a
Elimination Makes Few cities and towns, even In the
marking the limits of the old city. .
.:"',.' It Easier to Catch a Cold Rhine valley, enjoy the picturesque t (i) (
Beyond them Koln has spread out, ab- --- j ja
With the right sort ot food and setting of Koblenz. For many miles : -
, sorbing numerous suburbs until Its :
proper exercise, constipation mightbe above and below the city, the Rhine
population now is nearly 700,000.As .
rare, but in actual living condi- shore is studded with villages, like v

tions, how few manage'to escape it! Germany's great river port and gems strung on a gracefully curving $ ifoaneed
Mr. one of its major railroad centers KoJn:
Clyde Martin, of Ona, W.'Va., string. Behind them, well-kept vineyards -
recently wrote: Is the St. Louis of the republic. Under ;
of the famous Rhine
S\ "If I let myself get constipated," the graceful arched bridge that con sources \ a9a6ti"Z:
wine, clothe the steep river ..
he explains, "and my system filled nects Kolr with the east bank of the O +
with from the village backyards to the foot
impure matter, I feel bloated, Rhine, pass long strings of barges J
take cold easily, and feel out of sorts of massive walls of castles' that a few
lumber rafts, barge steamers and pala-
in a lot of ways. I will take about centuries ago were the gay gathering

two good doses of Black-Draught tial passenger boats. I places of some of the great and near-

It seems to cleanse my whole system Koln has a large trade In corn great of Germany.
and I feel like wine mineral coal leather tim-
doing my work. ores, ,
From the opposite shore, or from the
BLACK-DRAUGHT ber and Some of
; porcelain. the
rail of a Rhine river boat, Koblenz displays -
products of the city's industries are
evidence that there
no was a V/
t: WNU-7 17-3fi known by their names such as Koln town on Its site 2,700 years ago. A ,

brown, a brown coal, or lignite, usedas
colossal equestrian statue of Kaiser ,. YW
'" ASHAMED OF a pigment in paints ; Koln ware, a Wlihelm, I, overlooks the Rhine from the r (
hard mottled
plain gray
junction point of the Moselle and Y .
brown which is made into ea
and orna-
Rhine rivers. From this point to the
PIIMPLYSKUkBurned cental jugs; Koln spirits, a rectified
opposite end of the city, the Rhine

liquid containing 00 per cent alcohol ; shore is lined with a wide, open ac.s r:; ---2y''',: +,; ,- .
Koln thread and Koln blades I
space with shaded promenades and

'-, and Itched Until Duisburg, Germany's largest river I numerous grassy parks.No .

Cuticura Relieved! port, is more than 1,500 years old. i sooty smoke stacks and ware MAKE THISSIMPLE
There was a village on its site in 430A.
houses are visible to mar the skylineof
i D., and It was well-known to the
modern buildings and lofty church
Victims of external skin outbreaks ; TEST
Romans when occupied the Rhine ;
use Cuticura for blessed, quick re- steeples. There is a, landIng place on
lief. Read this sincere tribute : country many centuries ago; When the riverside but It Is spotlessly clean

"I was ashamed to show myself; the city charter was handed to the and free from unsightly piles of cargo. don't have to take our word for it.You ;f
anywhere with the ugly pimples I Duisburgers In 1129, the port's commercial
Koblenz 'Is.a great wine market, but can prove it in your own crankcase. Drain
had. They were caused by some sur- importance had been estab-
after viewing the fine buildings, and and refill with Quaker State. See how far
face condition and large
were very lished.
D. palatial residences set amid wide before have to add the first quart. ,
I 5 and red, and also hard. The itching Rhine you go you
Viewed from river
: ,: and burning made me scratch so that a lawns, travelers search for other evidence .1, This simple "First Quart" Test has won an
there Is nothing In Duisburg to 4 r
t suggestIts
of the livelihood. On the
) :: they bled. city's '? A p army of motorists to Quaker State because
/ "I sent for c free sample of Cuti- age. The traveler looks out upona Moselle banks they find It. Barges I '
have found that under sieiilar driving
i cura Soap and Ointment. A few pim maze of shipping. Duisburg and constantly come and go from the they

; pIes disappeared and I bought some Ruhrort were merged In 1003 and the quays and a visit to the nearby streets 4 /I conditions they go much farther before adding

J of the Soap and Ointment. It only quays of the two cities, if spread out reveal busy piano, paper, and dye factories k. ; the first quart. And, of course, the oil

took Cuticura; a month to relieve me In a single line along the Rhine, would and chemical laboratories. / that stands up longest is giving the motor

fully." Miss H. Zebrowski, IS Alder span 25 miles of river bank '' e the best lubrication. Quaker State Oil Refining
Along the Moselle banks also .
St., Bristol, Conn. are a I
Prove Cuticura today-and keep it Duisburg a Crowded Port. fw narrow, crooked streets, lined Company, Oil City, Pennsylvania.

always near you. Use for rashes, A constant stream of boats Is coming with venerable houses, business buildIngs -
I Retail Price. .35$ QuartJ
; ringworms, burning and Itching of and going from the Rhine channel. and churches-all that remainsof ,

: eczema and other externally caused Iron products, stepl, coal, tobacco and old Koblenz, formerly Confluentla, a9i tc of&pe-
, skin irritations. Soap 25c. Ointment25c.
textiles move from this port to many so-named because of its situation at
Samples FREE Write to "Cuti
i cura," Dept. 17, Malden, Mass.-Adv, putts of the world, while some of the the confluence of the Rhine and !lo-

incoming boats bring Iron from Spain selle.

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The Clewiston News (and George K. End is havin' a hard unfortunate children. Families who :cation or permanent homes to either NORGE REFRIGERATORS .1
time tryin' to find enough to keep I give these summer outings to these call for the children or bear the PHILCO RADIOS '

his cannin' plant goin') Well, may poor children (who have perman- cost of having the child brought or

be advertisin' that we're so, over-run ently lost their own homes and par- sent to them. Only families of good Furniture and Home Furnishings I
Published every Friday in Clewiston, with rattlesnakes we got to put a ents) but will be aiding the Home character will be considered. How

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, bounty on 'em is good publicity but Society In a very definite way fin- many of these' homeless youngsterswill Household FurnishingsInc.

Inc. it sure sounds plenty screwy, to ancially-and this financial aid is you take into your home for

me. Even If we HAD that many rat- very badly needed-for the Societyis the summer? Think it over and dropa .

\ tlesnakes it would still be a nutty having a desperate struggle these note to Marcus C. Fagg, State
Keathley Bowden, Editor idea. And if there's enough taxpay- days to secure funds enough to keep Superintendent, 428 St. James Bldg.,

ers' money left maybe Jerry will going. Jacksonville, Florida, or call in per-

earmark a few 'hundred thousand "Daddy" Fagg is particularly anx- son at one of the Society's four receiving -

mail mattor more for the capture of black widow ious to secure good farm homes for homes in Jacksonville, Pen- L. B. MershonAGENT
Entered as second class spiders, then we can send picturesof about twenty-five boys from twelveto sacola, Miami or Lakeland. Here is i
1 1927, at the Post
Florida, under the champion snake and spider I sixteen ;years of age, where these a chance for real service.
Office in Clewiston,
catchers to northern papers for pub- I boys can earn their way through New York Life
the Act of March 3,
lication in the rotogravure sections .. the summer or permanently. There SCHOOLS TO GET ANOTHER T

-and will THAT double our popu- Is also an especial appeal made for MILLION THIS :MONTH: Insurance CompanyARCADIA

lation? good vacation or permanent homes
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year FLORIDA
Mallie Martin is collectin' nickles for a group of older girls from fourteen -
Advertising rates on application (LaBelle News)
and dimes in an effort to secure to sixteen years of age, with

enough jack to pay his qualifyingfee. families who will accept these girls Governor 'Sholtz has promised the I

It's too bad Mallie didn't thinkof as' members of the family instead of apportionment of another million
Devoted to the advancement and
runnin' for Governor last summer family drudges, though the Home dollars to the county school system Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath
and Hendry
welfare of Clewiston
when everybody' was goofy over Society expects these girls to earn by the end of this month. I I
County. those "dime chain letters." With their care by being helpful and in- _
"It will the '
apologies to Rudy Vallee, Mallie dustrious. The Society will supply bring total apportion-

might open his meeting singing each child with clothing and, shoes ment this year to about '$8,019,000", Lake Harbor Phone Xo. 1
I "Your DIME is My DIME." but expects families who provide va the governor said.

Editor Fitzgerald of the Daytona
The government dikes around the
who is offa -
Beach Observer, pullin'

southern western ,shores southeastern of Lake and Okeechobeenow south- fish fry for the press gang and Y..<":" :":":":":":":":":" :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:'.:":":,,:,,:,,:,':":":":":":":" :":":":":":". :":":_":":".:...

invited politicians, at his house dur- V:
make life and property safe
in' the press convention this week, V
from overflow; and never again will :: :i:
asks me for suggestions as to a pro- ;

be 1926 repeated and 1928 the hurricane in the Everglades.disastersof gram.Well :;:: You havevaited long enough > ",.:>",.-.':j :":,_:: .:/:. *.. 'i I

if it was me arrangin' fora : '
Truly the Glades are leading program like that I'd positivelybar :: Mr. Fisherman for :
South Florida back to progress and our .
all speeches but give the candi-
prosperity; and, as we are fond of VIII
repeating, not' many; years hence the dates an opportunity to prove their j
qualification by offerin' prizes for
Everglades will be the most densely -
the followin' contests: Baby Kissln,
inhabited and the most intensely -Hand Shakin'-Back Slappin'- :; ;
cultivated agricultural section of III 'Contest I

Eastern United States. Buck only-and Passin'-Hair then Pullin'wind all(for of women It- .1 Big Fishing

Climate and the most fertile soil up with a grand and glorious "NextGovernor"
such de-
conspire to promote exactly free-for-all, with no holds
A through the' .. .,. ..
velopment. trip
barred and to hell with the Marquisof ':. ..
Glades at any time between October : so
Queensbury! v
and June will convince the most V hV

lkeptica1.West Palm Beach Sun.
TWO HUNDRED CHILDREN HOMELESS APPEAL TO YOU : Enter at once and compete for weekly and monthly prizes, all sum= ::

4mrrrrA4rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrToo Over two hundred homeless' boys :;: mer and be the one to get our big capital prize. :h:

Late To Classify and girls from six to sixteen yearsof 'v:.' .'.

age, ,under the care of the Child-
; 1st ::
Begins Friday May
'By 'R..ussel( Kay.IltrrrrrrrrrrrrrIR ren's Home Society of .Florida" hT
"Florida's Greatest Charity, are .:.

...rrrrri pleading where In for Florida vacation this coming homes sum-any- I Closes Saturday Night, August 29th !

I've had a lot of crazy questions' mer. Those who were raised in the

asked me in my time, but when country and want some big hearted .
:: ;f :t
Buck Buchanan, manager of the farm families to offer to take them

I Florida Tomato Festival to be held in for the summer; and those who
,. at Ruskin May 6-9, walked into my are accustomed to the cities and !: ZES.f!

office and calmly asked me wherehe towns prefer family, homes where ,J

could get "twenty Gladiators" it they can go to the movies occasion- s

stumped: me."Gladiators. ally and see the sights. All are eag-

?" I gasped"whythere er to get away from the routine of

ain't no such animal. They institutional life in the four receiv- j Contest Rules I

been extinct ever since Nero played ing homes of the Home Society located -

that third alarm on his fiddle!" at Jacksonville, Miami, Pen- 1
Then Buck took 'down his hair sacola and Lakeland. Marcus C. PRIZES :!:

and sobbed out his story. It seems (Daddy) Fagg who has been looking ?
after the needs of homeless and 1 FIRST PRIZE
he's, framed up a tomato throwin' or- .:.
contest as one of the big featuresof phan children in Florida for the past .1. 2. Fish must be caughtitb.; Rod and Reel on .:.

the. Festival. What he plans to do twenty-five years and who knows :..1;: artificial bait. Pflueger Nobby Reel $ 8.25 :!:

is line up twenty husky young men, how tired children get of living under -
: 313sh must be weighed at our store not later True Rod 5.00Seminole :!:
ten on a side, stripped to the waist, the necessary rules and regu- Temper .
i than 12 hours after catch. i
f provide each of 'em with a generous lations of every children's home or :: Silk Line 1 1.75Total ::

! basket of over-ripe tomatoes and orphanage, no matter how homelike : 4. Fish entered 'in this contest cannot bo entered :;:

LI when he gives 'em the' gun they're or comfortable they try to make I :;. in other contests. :;:
. . $15.00 2x
supposed to pelt each other without them, joins the hundreds of home- i ..
5. Contestants cannot compete for mon< than :
mercy. less boys and girls in an urgent appeal -
one Capital Prize.
: :;:
r "I want hard-boiled who big families all over
guys can ..
take it standin' and if Florida to, take these children out ._. 6. Contestant must register at our store at least ;
f.r pitch experience up so much they'vehad the Df' the Receiving Homes of the Home ::: 24 hours before eligible to register catch. Pflueger Akron Reel $ 5.50 :::

i" better," he explains., Society and permit these youngstersto :t:' 7. To enter Contest$1.00.purchase of fishing Steel Rod 2.95 .;.
enjoy some freedom and recreation .= . . ..
t "Now, if it was throwin' mud you t' tackle to cover registration. :

f was interestin in, Buck" I says, "I during the hot months of the :!: Seminole Silk Line 1 1.50 :;:
summer, and will gladly welcome ? 8. Wo reserve the right to keep any fish regis ,,
.C. could recommend a number of pro- 1;. tered for display or mounting to further the '_.

. fessionals, else but tomato" throwin' issomethin' !I the word state from that any will family open anywhere its home in :i t: sale of our tackle or to promote Sport :Fishing. Total. . . $ 9.95 :::
again. Anyhow, op-
; .
, > portunity knocks for any guy whose' and heart to one or more of .these :.;: 9. Fish must be caught within the Everglades: THIRD PRIZE .;.-
bean needs a little ketchup. 1" Area, bounded on the ,north by; Kissiminee ':
. :_: Ricer Bridge,- Tajlor's Creek Bridge or headwater ::: ...
But wait-don't go yet-oppor- .1 i of Fihheating Creek-East and South Reel 3.50 I
:: Pflueger Trump $ :1:
ro"' tunity knocks again, this time louder POLICY for as 1 by Locks of Canals leading from Lake-Wes>t ...

;,>, and funnier. Clyde Baser, editor Little Month ::: by Lock Not 2, Citrus ,Center. Seminole I Silk Line 1 1.50 .:.
as $1
r. of the Saturday News, comes right per I.

,:>.. along behind Buck with a query as quoted/PAYS UP JO : ;:_:;: 10. capital No fish prize.except BLACK BASS will be awarded Total I . '. . $ 5.00 .::.:
, that twice as cookoo.''He seeks twen-

'," ty carefree mortals, but he wants $1,000.00 .;.. 11.. Weekly' prizes to be selected from assortment 36 WEEKLY PRIZES :i:

-'. 'em, in the law, to pose for a NewsReel Policy Mailed for Free'Inspection. 't of bait of our choice. :.
t:.. picture of a nudist layout. Par- No Medical Examination.THE V :
t. don me while I blush, and what have EFIT STANDARD MUTUAL BEN. :;: $1.00 Bait $36.00 ::
is offering,
71- I ever done that Clyde should without medical
ap- examination, to
proach me for information as to men and women up to the age of : 4 Monthly Prizes $ 6.00
65. a remarkable new low cost
where a flock of human "bears" LIFE POLICY, providing up to i $71.95 Total' Prizes ,1i
might be located? 51,000.00 for natural death and up
to Jl.000.00 for accidental death,
Well, I'm pointin' out jobs for as specified. This policy costs as ... ...
little as $1.00 a month. Benefitsare .i. .:.
forty people, but
they are jobs you'd based on the age. This policy
better not take, if you can't TAKE form has been APPROVED by the

ITJ I has Florida complied companies Insurance with of all Department this the character laws governing and- :i: I FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE OUR HANDBILL

'I :was plannin' to lay off politics havin its GUARANTEE RE- v yv
SERVE FUND on'deposit with the yX
in this column, but I overheard a bit State of Florida for the protection xIi
of' conversation I of its policy holderc.
last night that was

too good to pass up. It even made SEND NO MONEY. .

ME laugh out loud. A couple of fellows NO_ AGENT WILL CALL
were talkin' about Grady BUr- Just send a postcard with your ClEW STON
s ton's chances in the governor's race name, age and name of beneficiary :
r+5:. and one said "Well and a Policy, completely made .)
guy : taggin'him out will be sent, you for free in- 1f!
'', the administration candidate spection. If, after studying it in ? I

kind of puts him behind' the eight the keep quiet it of send your only home$1.00 you to desireto apply ; Reels Creek Chub Baits Seminole Lines True Temper :::
:: ,
ball, don't it?" and the other bird for its restoration, which include Pflueger ,
practically 30 days protection if .;.
snorts "Eight ball ,
hind the seven ball. There' ain't be-no accepted.owe nothing.If not satisfactory, you :: Rods and Fishing Supplies of All Kinds. :!:

more room behind the Offer limited I Write today!
eight ball: t
And Jerry Carter Can use a Representativein .:. ..
ain't waitin' to
r' reach the governor's chair to start your Territory *_ Clewiston Florida :i:
S his campaign to advertise Florida : : .t.
.i' :
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proposes to offer a dol- 821 Graham Building

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I..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NININININININ 1 1 1 1 1 1/NIN:NINI A Ed Heath transacted business in will be sponsored by the Young J. M. COUSE
.i. West Palm Beach Monday. I Democrats of Hendry County, at the

7' : ;*_; Personal Mention :: Clewiston School News Everett Hotel. Counselor and Attorney at Law
Mrs-G. Underthe able leadership of the
,: ::: .s. of
j Dr. and Kennedy Hopkins
. . . . . . : Building
.. new president, Clarence A. Roberts,
, I.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.HN. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N. .IIIN.N.N: Fort Myers visited Dr. and Mrs. D.
Florine: Moore, Editor the young club is hoping to establisha Wednesdays and Saturdays
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith and J. Williams at the manse on Tuesday -
9:30 to 4:00
permanent and solid membership.At .
" family visited in Miami Sunday. Louise Bussey, Associate Editor
" this time all candidates for all

: ., \ Bob Patterson, Sports EditorOn offices in the county are cordially
,", Parker Wilson spent Wednesday; Bill Graham, of Fort Myers wasa invited to attend and will be intro-

, night in Moore Haven on business. business visitor here Tuesday af- duced by Mr. Roberts. Butler's
,:. ternoon. Wednesday Dr. Ezelle examined The committee in charge is com-
.: Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen were the teeth of everyone in.the posed of Clarence Roberts, Jack Shoppe

:\:. Fort Myers visitors Tuesday.. Mr. and Mis. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. Clewiston school. This work is being Lewis, Lucius Turner, Byron Rob-

,', and Mrs. Walker Nall and Mr. and done in connection with the P.- erts, Mrs. Drew Hampton, Mrs. Clar-
: -; Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George were Mrs. R. J. Lee attended a show in T. A. Dental Clinic. ence Roberts, Mrs Camille .A.- Baker Every visit to this shopis
.''' business visitors in Sebring Sunday. Moore Haven Sunday night. First Grade News- and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Darcy.
an investment
There are three pupils in the first

" .., Capt. and Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler I Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Durrence and grade who have been neither absent Dr. Ezelle Conducts in good appearance .
and children were Sunday visitors
daughter, Gloria, and' Miss Charlotte nor tardy for the entire school year.
in Miami. You'll like the friendly home-
' Alexander of Fort Myers, with' Mrs. They are Patricia Bailey, Jacqueline
: Clinic At SchoolAt
'.; ', __ Bledsoe and Grace Ward. like atmosphere of this modern
: Leona Durrence of Glennville, Ga.,
;, .' ,; Mr. and Mrs. H C. Kolstad and shop. You'll appreciate the clean
motored to Clewiston Sunday, where Second Grade Spelling Honor Ho'nJames '
'\ :-, son, Kim' and Glenn M. Sears, were cut efficiency of courtesy, of .
they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. '
Smith, Wilma Tingle, Ma-
: > Miami visitors Sunday. the meeting of the Parent- pleasing results
LJif Foy Durrence. Mrs. Leona Durrence mie Trice, Shirley Moon, Bertha Bul- Teacher's Association at the high J'
remaIned for several days visit here. len, Noley Geiger, Mayme Johnson, For utmost satisfaction-for ;
- Mrs. J. L. Scott left Saturday for school auditorium last Friday af-
She is the' mother of D. C. and Foy Nora Oglesby, 'Dalton Carr, Margaret the sake of greater charm, how :;
after several Ezelle
:_,: her home ,in Leesburg ternoon, Dr. J. W. 'was the
Durrence. Van De Velde, Junior Ivey, James important it is that you come to 1
weeks visit with relatives here. guest speaker and after an interest-
. I,. Ricks, Doris Simmons, J. T. Sam- ing talk on the effects of bad teeth a shop like this where you have J

I";." Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. W. F. MISS HARRINGTON ENTERTAINS son. on school work announced that he a licensed beautician with years ;.;
BRIDGE Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- of experience to serve you.
\1 Simpson and Mrs. Olin Carleton WITH; LUNCHEON would conduct a free dental clinicon

visitors in Moore Haven today. Lewis Blount and Parmelia Wednesday for the children of TELEPHONE
were Bourne. the school. I 340L ,,:,;i iI iJ
Miss Jayne Harrington entertained -
Mfr and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were a number of friends Wednesday The third grade presented a' play On that day all of the school I >/,\

1if5., S visitors in Fort Myers Saturday af- with a bridge luncheon at her home. "Playing School", for the entertainment children were examined and cards I
ternoon. of the P.-T. A. Friday afternoon filed with Acting Principal B. E. I a
. 'i High score prize
a knitting bag, . . . . .
.' --- went to Mrs. W. C. Prewitt; a cig- Herring showing the work that each ....NM. .N.N.N.N.N.N....N.NN. .N.N.N.N.N.Mr11 ''i;
';\ R. M. Hare of Ocala spent the arette case was given Mrs. O. F. The characters were: Teacher, child needed. During the summer '.

c week-end here visiting with his !amt Schiffli as second high prize and a Christine Redish; Nellie, Sue Von the work will be done by Dr. Ezelle

.'" ny.ff bottle' of perfume was the third high Mach; Laura, Martha Van De Velde; and if the child comes from a family ':

/:: prize and went to Mis. F., I. Hill. Nora, Essie Cook; Bessie, Marilyn unable to pay the costs, the Parent- Good FarmLand ;
Davis; James, Willie Smith; Fred, Teachers' Association will provide
Mrs. L. A. Turner spent the week- Mis. F. M. Wright received a deck
,; end visiting with friends in Okee- of cards as consolation prize. NIcky Schiffli; Harry, Lewis Blount; funds for the work at the special

"' chobee. Those enjoying the lovely lunch- Tom, Sherwood Hall rate offered by Dr. Ezelle. If the ,

eon and the afternoon's card play- Fourth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- family is able to pay they will be ,

State Senator H. G. Murphy of ing were Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. H. J. Phillip McLeod and Marianne expected to pay the regular rate for :,;

:" Zolfo Springs was a business visitor B. Scharnberg, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. Jones. the work. for RentTrespassers

in Clewiston Saturday. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. O. Prewitt, High School News- At the meeting Friday the third
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli Mrs. F. M. The May Day program will beginat
r -- grade presented an interesting play
Miss Mary Moore and Ed Markette Wright and Mrs C. L. Downs. 9:15 o'clock Friday, May 1, at the entitled "Playing School". Miss Dor-
school house. The will be ;
visited friends in Leesburg Saturdayand program othy Lockhart gave a brief talk a- ,1
divided into three
Sunday. parts: bout the school library and discussed -
GARDEN CLUB MEETS Part 1 : Field and track meet; begins H "
plans to enlarge the supply of ,
WITH MRS. F. I. HILL at 9:15.
i D. G. Alston and Parker Wilson books' for loan. The first grade received -
Part II Soldiers march at .
were business visitors in. LaBelie : ; begins the prize for having the most
Tuesday morning.Mrs. 'The Garden Club held its regular 10:00, entrance of the King and parents present at the meeting dur- :

monthly meeting Thursday after- crowning of the Queen. Processional, ing.the school year Mrs: R. T. Mit- -!<

Hoomes Rich and Miss Math noon at the home of Mrs. F. I. Hill "To Maytime". The King's Com- chell was named as delegate to the Will Be

tie Sams Wednesday for a few with a number of members piesant. mands. District meeting in Arcadia on April
..u r-- days visit with friends in :Miami, Mrs. F. M. Wright was electednew Part III: Shoemakers Dance (Danish 30. ProsecutedThe

''i.i; :::' They will return Sunday. Chairman of the club and Mrs. ) First grade. Dr. O. F. Schiffli will conduct a

1 ;HI';, .t,,,", Hill Secretary-Treasurer to replace Dutch Couple Dance: Second pre-school clinic during the second

I ,' Mr. and Mrs.. Keathley Bowden Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs.. W. C. grade. week in May for the students who
4 and sons. Kay and Paul 'vIsited with Owen, the outgoing officers. Bacladores Espanol: Third grade. expect to attend school next year.
j Mrs. Bowden's parents in Okeecho- Those present were: Mrs. O. H. Marusaki (Japanese Dance) Fourth I

i 1 l 'bee Sunday. Roberts, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. grade. .,
E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. ,C. Owen, Sustaf Skoal (Swedish) Sixth, Louise' Bussey Named- '"

IJ j ,';'' Mrs. I. E. S'co t. of Moore Haven .I Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W.;. M. Red- Seventh and Eighth grades. I _, ',;

II and Mrs. A. M. Baker of Sebring elsheimer, Mrs. G., E. Smith, Mrs. Maypole (English) Fifth grade. -

were business visitors in Clewiston 'v'. F. Simpson, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Recessional "Tis Maytime", (Continued From Page One) ClewistonCODlpanY I

.. '. Tuesday morning. Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Mrs. G. B. Queen. Following this will be the >
Rackstraw, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and YOUNG DEMOCRATS DANCE winding of the Maypole and various '

:''?' I :Mrs. D. A. McGeachey returned Mrs. F. M. Wrighty AT LaBELLE HOTEL MAY 1 numbers pu/ an by the different ;:

1'--: : : Sunday from a six weeks visit in The May meeting of the club will -.- grades showing how the day is celebrated r

pv j ;'':: Tampa. She was met in Fort Myers bye held with Mrs. Wright. (LaBelle News) In different, countries of the -j

: by Mr. McGeachey. The first of :May, next Friday, will world. Patrons of the school are ,
p:'f'r:,:. usher in the series of dances, which cordially invited to attend. '' .:..:..:.. ..........................NIMINININ. .NINA. .y.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee
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I'Ji- Durrence and Mrs. Leona Durrence -

:,.. were visitors in West Palm Beach Hoomes Rich was hostess
| :Monday. f
Tuesday afternoon at an informaltea
,." at her home on the government
Carawan Nelson, of the United
reservation honoring her aunt, Miss
States engineer's office in Jacksonville Mattie Sams who is visiting her fora SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDSI
arrived Monday for a visit of few weeks. I
several days.
Invited guests were: Mrs. Frank

Ray, Mrs. E. A. Houser, Mrs. Olin
I Harold M: Butler
representingthe Carleton, Mrs. R. H. Collins, Mrs.H. .
George M. Allison Company of J. Hirsh, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. r Dividends of
.' New York, is several : Record of 4
spending days Mark R. Lawler, Mrs. R. N. Smith, 1' .. ;" >,

here on business.A. Mrs. O. H. Roberts, Mrs. A. A. Mun- ",:; 'I, :\::. ." ':'+ :,:'; :: ',; Clewiston Home Building Association
I" 1"I, ,..\
roe and Mrs. Campbell E. Nall. : -
: .. :'
:: ::r: : ?
H. Brown, of the district of- '' '- .-----
1TS.TE .
, fice U. S. Engineers in Jacksonville : RATE

I was a business visitor here CAKE WALK ATTRACTS YEAR PERCENT YEARPER EXT ;;

l f> Thursday and Friday. BIG CROWDS FRIDAY '

I -,- 1928 5.5 1933 ; .-6. ,.
G. D. Rackstraw, of West Palm The cake walk sponsored by the : :
Beach, was the guest Thursday of Ladies Aid Society of the Community ) 1929 7 1934 6 ., '

his father, G. B. Rackstiaw and jMrs. Church last Friday night for the 1930 4 ;',_ .1935 6- ., .
Kackstraw. purpose of raising funds for the F .

painting of the church was a great ',;t ,', '."'. ,..." 1931 4 1936 + : 6

J. P. LaCroix, chief accountant success from both the ,standpoint of .' .. '. ". .'Va / 1932 6' ti.
;,..,'. from the office of the Chief of En- entertainment and finances, the 1&-
gineers of Washington, was a business dies netting more than eighty dollars ,
visitor here on Thursday of last from the walk. i )
week. There was litle expense attachedto
-- giving the cake walk. The cakes, CALL 'BY THE HOME ,o..

H. R. Hall, Fred Puryear and C. some sixty or more, were baked by EUILDING OFFICE FIRST
L. Downs spent the week-end in Sar- the ladies of the community and do- '

asota where Mr. Hall and Mr. Pur- nated. A great crowd of people was Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND ,

year attended the American Legion present, many of them there from '
has paid
Convention.Mrs. curiosity but nearly everyone participating return. Home. Building never 'TALK THINGS OVER.. ;;+ +

-- in at least one of the walks dividends of less than 4 percent per year. '

Kenneth E. Midgley and son. during the course of the evening. .
In these days of reduced interest on ,savings \; .
James, left Wednesday for their Marshall Yenawine did the bally- .
1 home in Kansas City, 'after a two booing for the ladies and proved accounts and reduced returns on other : ', ;- : -

week's visit with Mrs. Midgley's fa- very adept. A radio furnished music offers \ ", .
forms of investment Home Building GY i
ther, F. L. Williamson and sister, for the walkers a part of the time .)
s l\ rs. R. 'V. Allison. while only a whistle was used the the conservative, thrifty investor the in- : ,
remainder of the time. .
best suited to his needs. In-
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. Olin The ladies are very grateful to vestment :

/' Carleton, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, GlennM. those who patronized the walk, to vestigate Clewiston Home Building Asso- ;
;' ] Sears and Kim Kol'stad spent the city commission for furnishing fi
Monday in Fort Myers. Mr. Sears lights for the occasion and mowin ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME :

remained there for several days vis the grass and to the Kiwanis 'Club little as $5.00 per month or as much as BUILDING
it with friends. for the use of the diamondball field. S
$1 $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION '

Mrs. B. E. Nall, Jr., Mrs. Grat THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Home Building program adapted to your "
ton George, A. W. Lawrence and Ar D. Jenkins Williams, Minister PHONES 102-103 s ,

thur King were among those from l -- requirements.

Clewiston who attended the funera 1 l 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. '
services of Postmaster S. J. Yodei. 10:45 A. M. Junior Church. I'

A. in Moore Haven Tuesday afternoon. There will be no evening service.
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The Friendly Smile I


MIJ8Ic:1I VOLUME could be written on
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J: 8IORM the psychology of the smile '

in business, another upon the

I frown In business. The smile Is

the friend to business; the frown '

I: By Dornford Yates 1 1I the enemy. The smile opens the

door; the frown closes it. The

smile is welcome everywhere; the

Copyright by illnton. Balch& Co. WNU ervice. I frown is not wanted anywhere.

'lip smile opens hearts ; the frown

closes them. The smile gets past

"'- the ollice boy, past the buffer to

CHAPTER IXContinued14 Job he's on now-shunting the Count. much better that this should have happened But I'd like him to hear my news and the prlvsitp office; the frd\\n sits

"And now for you. I'm not going to now than in six months' time. then we can settle the best way to waiting for the admission whichho
"Now, look here, old fellow," said labor the point, because you seem so And now I'm going to speak plainly. go In and win." never gains. ,

Geoffrey, "I'm not going to take any sore, but 1 suppose you realize that Uop't think I'm pleading my cause. As once before, the three of us sat The smile opens all hearts as

sides till I know where I am. I want you were-er-evacuated in order to That's not my way. Nothing on earth on the turf, and Helena Yorick: was well)] as doors. It always makes a

to hear your story from first to last. save your life. I mean, you can't really would Induce me to tnarrj, .you now. speaking with my cousin's eyes on her good Impression! while discouragement -

Don't leave out'any details. This show's believe that Pharaoh, if he can help it, You're the one man on earth I can't face. But mine wert upon the ground."If and despondency] repel.WhISHE .

bung full of detail, and details count."" Is going to let you Ii veo" marry-get hold of that. But I wantto I had to give my story a title,

I plucked at the grass "I haven't really thought about It," show you your trouble, because I should call it 'How Pharaoh was hoist

"1 don't know that I care to tell you." said 1. "lie's certainly tried to kill me well, I owe you something and perhapsone with his own petard.' Rut that would

"Take;: your time," said Geoffrey. and If he gets "the chance I Imagine day It'll save you from making the not be strictly correct, because, as TOLD

"But we don't leave here till you do." he'll try again. same mistake. .you'll he.lr.: It wa
"I don't know that I want to leave "Don't imagine," said Geoffrey__ "Be- "You're an idealist, John. That's drop that le him dawn: 'VORN-OUT HUSBAND

here." lie\e. ,Believe that he'll go on tryingfor one of the reasons why you appealed "As John has told you, I saw him .
the rest of his life. Your death- to'' me. I love idealists. I'm one my- She could have reproached him fort
out of Yorick just about
"No more do I, said Geoffrey. "It'sa twenty past hisfrtsoftemper-hs"allin"eom-:
of warrant was signed that morning atnnabel self. But idealists must live-and, three. Then I went straight to bed. and !J'1f; plamts. But wisely she saw in his
attractive spot, and I'm glad colds "
very .
frequent "fagged out.If
a change." : .\ 10 das ago. As long as what Is still more Important, they'vegot after a little I managed to get to / : 'c ""on edge" condition the very,

you're useful, he'll use you-be sure of to let live. An idealist must be sleep. At half-past six I was awakened .'. trouble she herself had whipped.
I lay bac and stared at the sky.;: Constipation! The
that. He meant to squeeze the Coun- human must keep his feet on the
I felt a curious detachment from all by the most awful din. Sabre r; very morning aftertaking 4--
had been life. tess through you. But when he had ground. If not he becomes a nuisancehe was barking like mad and the fire- ; }./ ill NR (NaiQ: .,:h _
that ten hours a;jo my ture's ,
Looking back I seemed to be looking got what he wanted, you were to die. carries his .joke too far. You alarm of the castle was going all out ::;'7'>j J as she advised he .

"And that brings; us to her ladyship.This can't see that just now ; you can't Then I heard men running and voices, <;r ./ felt like himself I iagain ; '.
across some unbridgeable keenly ,
appears to be delicate ground soI translate what I say ; but I think you'llbe and I'd !;
think;: the truth is that my interestn hardly got my dressing gown peppy,cheerful tJR-the, .$ "f/
died, won't say much. But, if ;you please, able to one day, and then you'll)) re- round me before old Florin wag speaking safe dependable,all-vcgetable; {, J:: ;
Helena Yorick had suddenly laxative and corrective '0.
ask yourself this. Why didn't she leave member my words. and knocking upon my door. worksgentlythoroughlyn3turallyItstimulatestheellm .
and since that had filled my being, for
with you last night, as she did five "You 'can't get as far as my motive' "Well, you'll)) never guess what- had '
the moment my life was empty asaever inative tract to complete, '..
nights ago? A possible answer is that -that's what you said. What you happened. A watchman had found regular function
:. before. I did not regret ladyI
she may have thought you'd prove really mean is that you cannot see my blood on the terrace-a trail of blood ing. Non-habit- -
was neither happy nor sad. I simply forming. Try a ffA 1 D II
which mulish-jib at breaking;: her promiseto motive, because you are looking too that led him up to John's room." box tonight.25c' ,
had no material upon my
the rottenest swine that ever tooka high ; but my motive is natural and She paused there and turned to me. -at druggists.
emotions could wo-k. The bitternessI
girl by the throat. But the great human and belongs to the earth. It's "I'd no idea that Dewdrop had
had shown Geoffrey was. that of a
probability is that she wanted to do a __ stabbed you so deep."
savage critic-not of an Injured man. "' ""
deal. She meant to see Pharaoh and 'Tf3' I said nothing and at once she resumed Don't be
I was Impersonal.So 'IN
ask him the price of your life. Thanks;: her tale.,
much for the state of mind which TormentedDon't
to Helena] Yorick's efforts, you're still 'The moment I heard the news I N6SI -
my abrupt disillusion had brought Quicky
alive, though why she should bother saw the Infinite value of holding my 6 1
about. Helena Yorick had deceived me. r unbeiievaber1cF !
about you; is more 'than I can conceive. tongue. I knew whose blood it was '
Nell had looked Into my eyes and < l twtlJ relief follows the
"Now this Is what I propose. As and why it was there, but I felt that. 11
fooled me to the top of my bent. The
The soon as Barley returns we make at left to itself, that blood would cry out Ruse
utterly Impossible had happened. 1

Ideal I had carved out of marble had once for JPlumage and close down with an eloquence which I could never

Bugle-not Hush Rush Is ripe for secession approach. Dewdrop had stirred up a
regular hornets nest! ; it seemed t.o me
; rats leave a sinking ship. He
There was only one thing to be done
and'froTJ may have something to tell us. If not more than likely that with a very little -
-the game must go on ] nowI
the castle direction the hornets would turn 'AlD!
would play my own hand. we proceed to -complete Don't be
with Hush.Ve use the tunnel and tLelr attention to Pharaoh and him.
1 sat up and looked at my cousin
footbridge and Rush can unlock the "I told the warden to rouse you and give up!
I well tell
"I suppose may as you,
doors. Then we get hold of the warden It' he could get no answer to breakdown Faithful use of
I said
and put him wise. From him we the door. Vpry wisely, you'd "ft Glover's Mange .

: Ing."I suppose. so, said Geoffrey yawn- can learn-" ,- I-I((( ,.d l tb this nnharrod shO"lldn't have thoughtof :: Medicine andGlover'sMeclicated

"Where shall I start And there he stopped dead, with his that. Of course, 'your room wits: Soap for the shampoo en

1;:: "From where I left ,you at Villach, eyes on the foliage behind .me and his empty, but I went In myself and looked helps ward off exces- .
\ pipe halfway to his mouth. carefully around. \0 1 see, I was sure sive Falling Hair and .
Just o"ea week Dandruff ,
ago. ; promotes .
As I turned to follow his Sabre that you must have stanched the wound
gaze, scalp health, Start:
.f. A full half hour went by before I
. had done. leaped out of the beechwood and over and I wanted to see If you'd} left any todayl Sold by all Druggists.

the brook. traces of this. But, again, you'd been
'e"I''e got to digest this," he 4ald "Ishan't 0 Ah
For a moment the great dog nosedme very 'careful. And so I was free to 0 Your
4 be long. .... .
moving his tall, and then, beforeI give the hornets a tip. r Barbtt
: While he strolled I lay flat once & .
i could think, he was gone the way he "I turned to the warden.
is: more and stared at the sky, and thoughI had come.I 'Where does this trail lead to?*

'. would gladly have stopped them my
was: just in time to see Sabre pass "Poor Florin stared.
b '. thoughts ramped back to the antics Seeking
over a shoulder and flash out of view. 'But it leads to this chamber ce

[. wl'ich I had lately performed. Heavily I made for the spot. Some- said. to let happiness "pursue" you;;

t Helena Yorick had piped and I had where beyond his point of disappearance "I Don't Know That I Want to 'Nonsense' said I. 'It leads from occasionally It catches up.

\:. danced. That was as much as It came Helena Yorick was moving, looking Leave Here." here. Some hurt has been done Mr

r: to. But I had trusted the piper and for me. Spencer and he has been taken awJr-'
a pity you 'can't get as far, for the
!1, the piper had played me false. As first 1 could not see Sabre. ThenI motive counts. "The truth of the fiction was obvious .

". My cousin wa! standing before me. I saw him leaving the valley to climb The hornets saw it at once. Fouror .,... I B
"You see; if I had deceived youand > ,
regarding his watch. its five servants rushed off to study ...
opposite side. And then I saw his of course I don't deny that I .L. :f'
} "From what tell he said, mistress standing above in the the end of the trail. .. <' MyldealRemedyfor
you me, sunlight did, I laid myself out to deceive you. ..;.:.: .. .:.
"the countryside appears to be lit. with one. of her, hands to her 1 used art that I knew-well, 'Who was aware, I demanded, 'ti'at : :<> .M 71 1m Irf"url

tered with cars ; our immediate vlcln throat. every Mr. Spencer was to be lodged In this ] .A.tlD"b1ra1.tU IUUI..
if I had deceived you with any shame. : "Though I have tried all good
As I her she waved and I room? :,
f Ity, however, seems to have been neg saw an- '.J
remedies suits
ful object let's say to smoothmy Capudine! me
;1, lected. We must, therefore, wait for swered. Then with one consent we (TO BE CONTINUED) : j.: .: best. It is quick and stentle.W' ."
to'some other then
path man, your .
Barley. He's a job of work to do and began to go down to the valley that lay : ;. Quickest because it is liquid-
estimate would be true, for by usingour Nt"}' its ingredients are already dis'tlf -
he won't be here for another hour between. Four-Eyed Fish Inhabits >< solved. For headache, neuralgia

,:', and a half. Still, that'll' give us time, Helena was regarding me straltly. should understanding have committed to let a sin you which down not 1 Rivers of South America l. "':>.,,:"" j aches-periodic pains.

$ to settle two or three points. And between "Is this your greeting, John '
even an angel from heaven could ever Eyesight in fishes generally Is excellent -
you and me. It's as well .that I stood very still. -i :
forgive. But we both of us know that It
as anglers well know, and
"Yes 1 said. "I'm
you had that sleep[ for unless I'm sorry.
what I did I did because I loved
much mistaken, you won't have time I pulled out the note she had written you. involves many interesting peculIarIties.
And when you come down to earth, asI The oddest perhaps belongs to
one, ,
for sleep for the next few hours. and looked her full in the eyes.
think you will you'll see that that the four-eyed fish, a big minnowthebiggest
"With regard to the promise Lady "I know, she said. "I did i It becauseI
loved makes a difference. And somethingmore In fact, of the minnow family No Need to Suffer
;r Helena gave to Pharaoh. If you you.
; e
when lower
you'll see you your and occasionally reaching the size ofa
I tore the note to and
pieces let them
;: hadn't been overwrought, I like;: to be- "
z fall. eyes. You'll see what it cost me to moderate rook trout-whIch inhabit l MorningSickness""Morninn
that would have
reason told
your do it. I debased our lovely coinage to
the rivers of eastern South
"You've done that to faith I
-r. you that from every point of view that my ,
save life. sickness"-is caused by an
said. your Central America It Is a surfaceswimmer -
; promise was no more binding than a acid con ition. To avoid it. acid must be
"Some people would call you a fool, like Its cousin the gambusia, the
bucket of Glauber's salt For one thing, "I see, said Helena, slowly 'For offset by alkalis-such as magnesia.
but I know better than that. You see, favorite "tropical" In aquariums; and
It was exacted-she promised under whosoever will save his life shall loseIt.
.' I know you so well. You're so very seems to be quite as comfortable out Why Physicians Recommend
duress. For another, let's quote his
I shrugged shoulders simple and downright, apd Honesty Is of water as within It. Thus It spends Milnesia WafersThese
own words. "Because you have scruples my .
your god. That worship and your unbridled : much of Its daily life in the air, scrambling -
you are weighted clean out of this "I suppose so, I said. "I don't know.You're mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
idealism are, as It were, the soft stream banks or on
1: race. I 'am not so embarrassedInever so much more clever than me. over pure milk of magnesia in solid form-
lenses through which you see. And so mud-flats where It finds certain Insects, take it. Each
am." He makes that arresting But something Inside me's broken. I the most pleasant way to
can't pretend." what I did looks monstrous. It's because various small crustaceans, and bits of wafer is approximately equal to a full adult
statement, and then within five minutes -
I of that that I'm neither angry carrion to its taste. Whether role:: habit dose of liquid milk of magnesia Chewed
i- "I know can't but I Every
he has the blasted effrontery to ;you can.
hurt-only' thankful. If had thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
nor you brought about the double vision the
v ,
: prove It up to the hilt. No wonder he woman can. But I only pretended, in the mouth and throughout the
and had dared to find me acidity
weighed me fish whether having such
left the room Quickly; 'he was prob. John, to save your life. possesses; or digestive system and insure quick, complete -

i 1: ably worried to death that Dewdrop "1 know, I 'know," I said. "And I'm wanting. eyes, its ancestor learned to take ad- elimination of the sate matters that

i would burst out laughing before hey much obliged. But I can't get as far Something was stirring within me. vantage of the opportunity, are Ques- cause gas,headaches,bloated feelings anda

could get him outside. If you must as your motive. If I hadn't been mad The challenge had stabbed some emo- tions for theorists tQ worry over. At dozen other discomforts.

have another reason, Pharaoh let ;you about you, you couldn't have had me tion that was not, dead. any rate, says a writer In the Mon Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and

both go because he was stuck. As on." "Finish the sentence," I said. "That's treal Herald, this; singularity In 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in

:r long as you "two sat there, he could Helena lifted her head. Just what I've done." structure, making the rather large and convenient tins for your handbag contain'ing

pot move. More. The warden's sus- "And so I'm Jamned" she said For a moment she regarded me curiously protruding eyes doubly useful, enables 12 adult at 20c.dose Each of milk wafer of is approximatelyone magnesia. All

picions were aroused and the house "I shouldn't think so," I said help this fish' to swim with its face just good drug stores sell and recommend them.

was full of your men ; hi* only chance lessly. "But it means we ,speak dif- Then- out of water, one half of the eye watch-

was to take up the role he asked for-' ferent tongues. Oh, can't you see whatI "No, you haven't," she said. "You ing whatever may interest or threatenIt Start using these delicious, effective

y. the role of the Countess' guest mean? I thought It was I that In- think you have, but you haven't. If from above while the other half anti-acidgently laxative wafers today

"So much for the promise to Pha- duced the light In ;your eyes, but now you could speak my language, you'd gives It notice of an enemy beneath Professional samples sent free to registered a

raoh. Now for the Count. He must you've shown me that you can switchIt understand what I mean. But that's by the surface. physicians or dentists if request is made 'W'' '
letterhead. Products "
Select ,
on." the As I said just now, I-am- on professional
be held till Pharaoh way
of Is dead.
Inc.. 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y,
Barley's attending to that. Last night, "Is It any good my saying I can't thankful that this has happened. American Civic AssociationThe ,

s.; at the Reaping Hook, he very properly That when It came It was you that- To be honest, I knew It might happen.I American Civic association pro 3Sc & 60c

:';', held his tongue, but he knew just as' brought it there?" f saw its shadow while I was writing motes conservation, Improvement and bottles

i' veil as you what a valuable prize you'd There was a little silence. At last that note. And I very nearly added : land planning, in order to make the o

;til' made Like guest, like host, you know. she lifted her head. 'Don't let him know I've done this.: country a better one in which to live 20c tins

t.U' In fact, to be honest, we'd been hoping "I can still care," she said slowly And then I thought No,' because that work and play. It conducts a chic In

. to make It ourselves You mustn't "I have the power of being sorry-or was a coward's way. I wasn't pre- formation bureau and maintains I M..G,MCW.1

';t: think we've been Idle. We've wstched glad. And I'm 'glad this has happened pared to deceive you to save myself.] watch service on national legislationfor ,

" .; and listened and learned a whale of a thankful, and that's the truth. It's With a sudden air of pleasure she the protection of national parkland

o.- lot. And the Count's removal! stood a jo t In a way, of course; but althoughwe looked about. other scenic assets and for the ', TNRCRIECT RNTI CCIO

very high on our list. Well, as I 'say don't speak the same tongue, I "And now Where's your cousin?" she planned development of the city vtWashlnstoo

Barley's attending to that. That's the think you'll get what I mean It's very said. "I fancy the game's nearly over. -
The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer

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Engineers PlanningFor Jean Stalls and Virginia Saxon,, COUNTY
guards, with Betty Stalls substituting Democrat.-born and raised in hereby announce myself as can-
Baseball Team for her sister during a portionof old Lee County, went to school in didate for the office of County .
Fort Myers and LaBelle and then Judge of Hendry County, Florida, LaBelle, Fla.
the game.' took a course in Massey Business subject to the approval of the vot- I announce: my candidacy for the
At a 'meeting held one night the< On the same night the Moore Ha- College. Came back home and worked ers in the Democratic Primary, June office of Superintendent of Public
first of the week at the home of H. O. ven boys' team were decisively defeated at intervals for fifteen years in 2. Instruction.
the Boca Grande boys bya general mercantile and hardware Your vote and support will be
Peters, members of the personnel of by ap- I served the schools of this com-
the ,U. S. Engineers here made their I score of 34-9, the most lopsidedSCQre business combined with postofficefor preciated. munity many years and will, if elected -
\.' plans for the formation of an Engineers any opponent has run up on one employer who is now a liv- BILL MADDOX. do my best to keep the doors of
baseball club for the summer the local team this :year. The boys I ing reference at any time. school I' the school houses open and raise tho
I then finished a
I standard .
completely outplayed by the of the schools.I
were ;
:season.! course, took examination and taught FOR SHERIFFTo
Organization plans were not per-, West Coast lads during the entire school for five successive years in promise a complete separationof
fected at the meeting but the equip game and their dazzling passing attack one community. On account of fail the schools from politics and I
the Voters of Hendry County: 'will work for a: tenure of teachers
has been gathered together and accurate goal tossing was ing,, health of mother I was compelled -
I hereby announce my candidacyfor based entirely upon their success in
session held on too much for the'local boys w'ho to give up my school work and
and a practice was I the office of Sheriff of Hendry the schoql room.
the local diamond Tuesday afternoon showed' great lack of practice dur- I come home to care for my children.I county subject to the Democratic Upon this platform I solicit
It is probable that Mr. Peters ing the past few weeks. On the following then was elected Supervisor of Primaries In June. I have been a support. your
and served five
will act as manager of the team.. night, however, the local Registration businessfor years resident of Hendry county for the I
and have handled by own .
LaBelle team past sixteen and feel that I D. G. McCORMICK.
Efforts have also been made to boys met the fast on the past twenty years. I feel thatI years
Lake the local court and defeated them am capable of carrying on the workof
organize teams in the can qualify for this job providingthe the
office in
an honest and fear-
towns in order that there be a Lake by a score of 35-25 in a game much good people of Hendry County less manner and of giving the peopleof I
closer than the score indicates. The will give it to me.
League as In former years. : the county a conscientious ad- NOTICE
Hendry county boys had the lead Your support will be appreciated. ministration if elected. Your vote

MILITARY ACADEMY OFFERSC. during a part of the game. ALICE CURRY BAILEY. and your support will be appreciated. Notice is hereby given that an

31. T. C. SCHOLARSHIP The loss to Boca Grande and the election will be held on Tuesday

win over LaBelle. I places the Moore DOUGLAS THOMPSON.FOR May 5th, A. D. 1936 within Special t

The following described scholar- Haven boys in a tie position with FOR COUNTY COM3IISSIONER Tax School District Number 7,

.ship has been donated by the Castle Boca Grande for the FourCountyague District No. 1, Hendry: County Hendry County, Florida, for' the
Lebanon, lead which will necessitate TAX ASSESSORTo purpose of electing three Trusteesfor

Heights Tennessee l\Iilitary'Academy, and is open to competition -I a play-off for the title. This play-off This'wIll announce my candidacyfor County and said for the Special further Tax School District of de-
re-election to the office of the purpose
the C. M. T. will be held in Fort Myers on a neu-I Democratic Voters. of Hen-
at each of seven Commissioner from District No. dry County: termining the amount of millage to
Camps to be held in this Corps Area tral court next Wednesday night. 1, Hendry county, subject to the I hereby announce candidacyfor be levied in said Special Tax School
during the coming summer: The line-up for the boys game at June Democratic Primaries.My the office of Tax my Assessor in District for the next two years en-

One scholarship, value $250.00. Boca Grande was: Oliver Howell record is my platform. Your Hendry County, ,subject to the actionof suing.
Period-2 years provided recipient and Roger Weeks, forwards, Paul vote will be appreciated.D. the Democratic Primaries in June. Notice is further given that the e

maintains a satisfactory academic Boe, center, Eugene Vorhees and G. ALSTON. Your' vote and support will be greatly City Hall in the City of Clewiston
average 'and good behavior. Estimated Roger Saxon, guards. The line-up appreciated. within said Special Tax School Dis-
additional expenses approximately for the LaBelle game was the same R. N.. MILLER. trict has been designated as the

650.00 for the first year. This except that Carl Close played thel I I FOR, COUNTY JUDGE -- 'place of voting in said election.All .

may be paid at the rate of $65.00per' 'center position for part of the game. I II :FOR TAX ASSESSORI persons who pay tax on personal -
I I TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY or real property in said Spec-
month. Approximately $500.00for I COUNTY: .I ial Tax School District, and are oth-'
the second year. Student must 'MRS. BROOKS APPOINTED With a deep sense of appreciationfor wish to announce my ,candidacyfor erwise qualified to vote, are eligible /'
be a graduate of an accredited high ACTING POSTMASTERMoore the support you have given me re-election as Tax Assessor for to vote in said election.
Hendry County, subject to the will
school within the Fourth Corps Area '
in my first elective term, I hereby ,DREW HAMPTON,
and present proper admission certi- announce my candidacy for reelection -I of the Democratic voters in June.I Chairman Board of Public
ficate and certificate of good char- .( Haven Democrat) as County Judge of Hendry am seeking re-election solely on Instruction, Hendry County -
Mrs.: Cecile Brooks, assistant post- my record of fairness to the taxpayers Florida.
acter and health. County, Florida, subject to your ap-'I ,
The scholarship is a reward to a master for several years while her proval in the Democratic Primariesof and fairness'to the county. I will ATTEST:,
continue the
same policy in futureas
trainee from this ,corps area who is father, the late S. J. Yoder, was June, 1936. I in the past-Fairness to all. E. L. STALLINGS
train- was notified by tele- My past record for fairness to all Superintendent of Public
outstanding in all phases of postmaster I Your vote and support will be ap-
in which I have
and the manner
ing and the name of the trainee recommended gram Tuesday night that she had predated. Instruction.
conducted the affairs of this officeis
from this camp will be been appointed acting postmaster of an open book to those who wishto I! HURD L. REEVES. I April 3-10-17-24, May 1, 1936.
forwarded to the Commanding Gen- the local office and was to assume investigate.I .

eral Fourth Corps Area, who will charge at the close of business on I believe' that my age, training as I

announce the' winner of the schol- that day.Under. an attorney, and previous experience ...'< i"w' .,; _.= :,_ : _.:' ;S.7 11< :_:i: ",'..; m. ,
arship.A. the regulations of the Post- enable me to render more ef-
Office Department it is necessary ficient service in this important of-

C. L. INAUGURATES that an acting postmaster be appointed fice.If
you see fit to re-elect me as
COURTESY CAMPAIGNIn within forty-eight hours your County Judge, I promise, as NOTICE
following, the death of a postmaster.The far as in me lies, to give Hendry \ ;

cooperation with other Class 1 Department ,was notified of Mr. County an honest, capable and dependable ,
Railroads the Atlantic Coast Line Yoder's" death as soon as possibleand i administration of the af-

has has inaugurated among its entire the appointment was quickly fairs of the office. .. ..

personnel a courtesy campaign, made. The telegram was signed by Your vote and support will be t 0:: '(.:.;:;:": ),,; ,i.

according to announcement made by First Assistant Howes. greatly appreciated.H. .' '. ,:, ., ': ,, S
-, :
A. RIDER. .\ :
George B. Elliott, president.The Mrs. Brooks has worked almost :

campaign will be headed by constantly in the post-office since

Robert Scott, Director of Insuranceand her father was appointed postmaster I i FOR REPRESENTATIVE

Safety of the road, in an effortto in 1924. Few understand the details I -- Candidates-

render more attractive service to of the work any better than she or To the Democratic Voters of Hendry.
patrons. It is intended to reach all more courteous in waiting on the County: '

officers and employees, and more patrons of the office and her many I wish, to announce my candidacy I
particularly those whose duties bring friends will ,be pleased to learn of for the ffice of Representative for

them in contact with the travel- the temporary appointment. Mrs. Hendry County, subject to the will

Ing and shipping public. Brooks is also one of the leading of the voters in the June Primary. The will in Have
campaign start earnest.
Though living in Clewiston, I own soon
Atlantic Coast Line employeeshave candidates for the permanent ap-
and operate a business in LaBelle,
always enjoyed a fine reputa- pointment which will probably' not ..
and therefore am vitally interestedin made tor
tion for courteous treatment of patrons be made for several weeks.' the development and welfare of you arrangements your

of that road, but through a all sections of Hendry county, and I I
desire to carry the matter of court- pledge my untiring efforts to obtain

esy a few steps further, it has been Biddy-Brainstorm. early construction of Road '164. .J. Campaign Cards :
decided to enter the campaign which A hen that mistakes a mall plane Your vote and support will be ap- -, r." ,

will be nation-wide in its scope. for a chicken hawk should be exam- preciated. Leaflets \+ :
ined by an alienist. -Indianapolis I KEATHLEY BOW DEN. \,
Mr. Scott has spent many years in News.

; the service of his company: and has -- Placards

, wide acquaintance' with the person-

nel. .:...:..:.. :..: :..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. FOR TAX ASSESSORI Dodgers

;;: Legion TeamContinued POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS for the hereby office announce of Tax Assessor my candidacy in and Other Campaign PrintingOur

for Hendry County, Florida, subjectto
the vote of the Democratic Primary -
(' ( from page 1) I June 2nd. '

; is seventeen and most of the material I I have lived in Hendry County for Prices Are Reasonable ; ,,:: '
under that age reporting for (Paid Political Adv.) I the past 14 years, during which' timeI '
r: practice this week is light. A few have served as Secretary of the :< 0
r. .. boys, large for their age are neededon ':.:..:..:..:.+:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:.. :..:. Hendry County ,Democratic Executive -I Our Work Is Exacting sOur ;.: _

f' the squad for hitters' but it is I Committee, as President of the
FOR SHERIFF Young Democratic Club, and am at Service Is PromptLet
possible that the local boys will
present! Tax: Assessor for the Cityof
make up in speed and endurance i
I wish to announce my candidacyfor LaBelle.
.: what they lack in weight. re-election to the office of Sheriff I will endeavor at all times to

t. Included among those at the first of Hendry County, subject to the have taxes as reasonable and as us handle all campaign printing for you.
": practice session were: Ed and Con- Democratic Primaries in June. nearly equalized as possible.
';' nie Clark, Bob Patterson, Pete I am making this race solely on Your support will be greatly apI -

3. Moltz, Jim and Bob Beardsley, Dub my record of law enforcement and I preciated. Thanks.DENNIS

Waldrou, Rabbit Roberts, Sid Mc- fair dealings. to all,> and assure the SMALL. Low Prices CutsThe
'. Gehee, Owen and James Winn, Billy people of Hendry.ounty that the on
,;',.. Owen and Carlisle Redish. Membership policies of this office will not

I. on the team is not confined change.
Your vote and support will be ap- I
.:;:>: strictly. to school pupils. preciated. FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER lowest prices .on cuts for cards and
; 'f H. L.' DELANEY, District No. 1, Hendry CountyIt

Moore Haven Girls I this Bring in
r is my intention and desire at placards are available year.

this time to announce myself as a:
'. Capture League Title FOR REPRESENTATIVEIn candidate for re-election as member your photograph and we can have cut made

of the Hendry County Board of Pub-
making my announcement for I lic Instruction subject to the Democratic
Prices all sizes.
i; (Moore Haven Democrat) re-election to the House of Primaries in June. Continuation within a few days. on

By virtue of their defeat of Boca sentatives from Hendry Repre-I of your loyalty and support
Grande on Tuesday night of this ject to the' Democratic will be appreciated. i
week by a score of 13-8' the Moore June, I wish to state that I am particularly t M. E. VON MACH. I

;: Haven High School girls' basketball interested in the welfareof II Keep job printing work at homeT
team are undisputed winners of thoFourCounty the schools and the completionof I your !_
the North and $outh road from .
.- League basketball ti- Venus to Everglades City known as FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF .1- !

'". .. tle. This was the last game the State Road number 164, and will PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ; ,-.
,v' girls will play this season. Last week use my efforts in the interest of '.
: .
Nj": they won the Fort Myers tourna- each, or any other! matter affectingthe I am a candidate for the office of I theClewiston
ment. County and its Citizenship. I Superintendent of Public Instruc i, ..

The girls out-played their oppon- I believe experience gained as a I i tion.
.iI ents in every way and while the victory member of previous sessions of the If chosen, I will discharge the duties -! News
: will of the office faithfully and im-
:' was not easily won, due to the Legislature enable me to render ,
the very best service to Hendry partially.I i
; determination shown by the Boca
County, and I shall 'appreciate the solicit and will appreciate active
. Grande girl, it was a decisive one. in the approaching Democratic '
support and influence of every citizen support
The line-up was as follows: Miriam I and voter. Primary. I ... '.' '" ,!.' ... ..... "" .--' .
P..t\ 1 "
-' 1.f' 1 -f -t.
and Frances Adkins and Mar- ELBERT L. STEWART. S. ..A:. GRAVES. '\q <_. ._.tl_ t".. "' _.1'tr"_ ..- ___ __ .-- ._,- -- /