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: May 1, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Is Opened HereThe County Offices


recently completed Gulf gas- The follpwing candidates have

R. S. TODAY oline station at the corner of Pa- ON THURSDAY NIGHTThe qualified for county office to date SCHOOL TERM ,

cific and Sugarland Avenues was op- according to the Hendry County '"..,
ened for business the latter part of News. This list includes only those :

Effective today- -May 1, the Na- last week with S. A. Nail as mana- four members of the graduating candidates who have announced With the program of field events, -" ;1

tional Re-employment Service which ger for the Clewiston Motor Com- class of 1936 received their diplomas through the columns of that paper coronation of the King and Queen '. ,:_.j

was organized primarily to recruit pany who will run the station. Thursday:: night at one of the and will be given complete follow- of May, the winding of the,Maypole .'J
The station Is typical of the Gulf I exercises ing the closing date for qualifying and other festivities 1
labor for federal projects, will go most impressive graduation of the season, ., !
out of existence and that temporary stations throughout the south, being : ever held here. The class mem- next Thursday night: the 1935-36 term of school ended at ,

." organization will be replaced. by the built of white stucco trimmed in or I bers were; Annie Mathis, Floiine For Representative: E. L.. Stew- noon today, the only interruption to .. >..:

permanent set-up which will be ange. It has one large, airy office Moore, Vincent Oglesby and Katherine art and Keathley Bowden. a perfectly planned program being a .:

", known as the Florida State Employment room with doors opening at each :, Wiandt. For County' Judge: W. T. Maddox* shower which interrupted'' for a time ,,;4 i

)..:' t Service. This service will be end onto the driveway. Another The stage of the high 'school audi- and H. A. Rider. but failed' to halt the series of ::

f.. affiliated with the United States Em- doorway opens on the end into the torium was beautifully decorated in For Sheriff: H. L. Delaney.For marches and drills which followed ./

ployment Service, a branch of' the wash and grease canopy on the east the class colors of red and white Clerk of Circuit Court: Wil- the coronation ceremony. .

Department of Labor and is set un side of the building. Rest rooms are against a background of green, cut liam T. Hull. The short program of field events .a

under the provisions of the Wagner-- provided in the rear of the build- flowers being used ''almost entirelyfor For Tax Assessor: Hurd Reeves, was started first and completed in '..::1

Peyser Act which was passed by ing.The the decorations making it a most R.' N. Miller and Dennis Small. forty-five minutes. There were only ?
Congress in the spring of 1933. station was c constructed by J. attractive setting for the program.A For County Superintendent: S. A. five events and Pete Moltz was high ,11

The new set-up provides for a per- F. Tippey, local contractor and is light lattice work of white was us- Graves and D. 'G., McCormick.For scorer with eight points. Carlisle :i

r manent employment service throughout very attractive in appearance. It is ed on the sides, and back of the Commissioner, District No.2, Redish, Munselle Stone and Wilbur :';

.._ the entire country and is jointly also strategically located as the first stage with ferns entwined in it as a Herbert O'Bannon and Ralph Hendry. McGehee tied for second place with .;j
tj; ) operated by the states and by the station in town from the west on the 'background for the red verbenas five points each. : };

"r:; Federal Government. It will func-' cross-state highway and at its inter- ; which were scattered profusely For: Member School Board: Jim In the 75 yard dash for boys ov- .:.M:

'. tion the same, as has the National I section with the street leading to I through the ferns. Across the win- Maddox er'a ;hundred pounds Pete Moltz .

Re-employment Service with a de- the sugar house. dow, at the back the words, "Classof was first, Frank Ray, second and '

sire to provide competent employeesto 1936" had been fashioned from Junior Waldron third. In the dash '

all employers who will avail E. 'L. Stewart Is SpeakerTo red flowers., Potted palms, and fernson Three ,Packing Houses for 'smaller boys Munselle Stone

: '. themselves of the opportunity, of using attractive pedestals with red placed first, Wilbur McGehee second ;

the service and to assist workers Kiwanis WednesdayE. gladiolas and Easter lillies completed Working In Vicinity and Owen Winn third. In the broad ..

1"h: in more easily locating work. the decorations. jump, confined to the larger boys, ,.-
I < The district headquarters of the As the processional, "March of Pete Moltz took another first place

new organization will remain in L. Stewart, cashier of the the Priests" was played by Mrs. Three lacking houses are now with a leap of 15 feet 8 1-2 inches.

Clewiston with B. F. Brown remain- Bank of Clewiston, was guest speaker Mark Lawler the graduates and operating in and near Clewiston for Carlisle Redish was ,second and Bill

ing as district manager. The only at the regular meeting of the Ki- speakers took their places on the packing tomatoes for shipment and Owen third. In the smaller boys

change made in the' district is the wanis Club Wednesday evening and platform. Dr. D. Jenkins Williams I while that crop has not started mov- high jump Wilbur McGehee took

shifting of' the Fort Myers office in an interesting manner gave something gave the invocation which was followed -, ing, steadily from this section as yet, first, clearing the bar at 4 feet 4 1-2

;.., from the Clewiston District to the of the history of Clewiston's by the salutatory address by I all of the houses are expecting a inches. Munselle Stone was second

Tampa District.Mr. growth and called attention to the Miss Catherine Wiandt. A violin good business. These houses are be- and Owen Winn third. In the larger -

Brown will be assisted in the better conditions in Hendry countyat solo, "Adoration" was played by ing operated by E. L. Stewart withJ. boys high jump Carlisle Redish

office by Miss' Leo Wlllingham, the this time than in many of the I Lawson Jones following Miss L. Green, of Fort Myers as mana- took first with a 4 foot 7 inch jump,

: only: one of the present office force state counties. Wiandt's brief but well rendered ger; by Milton Patrick at the H. J. with Pete Moltz second and Frank

retained, and by Roy R Raulerson, Speaking of the unemploymentsituation Johnson farm at Hookers Point and Ray third. B. E. Herring was an-

.... former manager of the Okeechobee of the state, Mr. Stewart talk.The class history by Annie Mathis by Carbone Brothers of New York nouncer and starter, Halson Avant

.'. : NRS office which is closed under the stated that there was little if any and the class prophecy by Vincent with Joe Amendola as manager. was scorer and the high school
-" W. E. Watts, who has in if Three cars of the fruit were '
i" new set-up. unemployment Hendry county Oglesby were next on the program teachers were 'Judges.
V, :' been assistant to Mr. Brown has al- any man'' was really interested' in and were greatly enjoyed after shipped from Clewiston this week The coronation ceremony followed ,;

.1'; ready' taken a position with the U. working.He which Acting Principal B. E, Her- and about ten from Lake Harbor, and after a military drill by a

:: .'- S. Engineers as ERA inspector. 'Miss told of coming here in 1923as ring introduced the speaker of the most of the latter being packed group of fourth grade boys in cos-
there by M. H. Crouch. F. o. b. priceon
has also been employed in the Clew- cashier of the bank, told of the evening, Ray V. Sowers, Dean of tume the processional was played

Virgie O'Bannon, of LaBelle, who bank's condition at that time, dhow Men at Southern. College, Lakeland. field crates' has dropped slightly and King Vincent Oglesby was ,es-

, ',\i:' iston office has been transferred to it. had improved during the Dean Sowers' talk to the gradu- during the week but northern'mark- corted to his throne by pages, Owen "

" Iii:. West Palm Beach. The Pahokee office ears intervening. He described thesteady ates was not,,long but was filled with ets appear as strong ,as ,ever. .Pack- Winn and Francis Wright. Then he
i wjc; "' will also .be closed and J. N. advice and the ed stuff', is bringing about $2.25.per ;
: \ growth of Clewiston'from timely 'inspiration sent the pages to bring him 'a queen
r Blount, who has been manager of that time until the present ,and the young people. Many of those pres- lug for fancies and $1.75 to $2.0 and they returned with the four

that office since being transferredfrom various factors that had been instru- ent stated that it was the best com- for choice. Maids of Court, Billie Hooker, Ber-
the Clewiston office, is trans- mental in development. He said that mencement address it had ever been Rain which has fallen during! the nice Guthrie, Bernice O'Neal and '
past week has not been sufficientto
ferred to Orlando. be felt that there was room for a: their pleasure to hear. I Christine Bell. The crown would fit
Other employees are being let out great deal more business in Clewis- I Miss Florine Moore, whose record make any difference in the crop none of them and they brought

';;; 'at this time with a,, view to their re- ton and Hendry county and that his through four years of high school I outlook either way and some wilt Louise Bussey who took her placeon

,: :, appointment en possible to place bank would be interested in encour- work gave her the coveted positionof is appearing in fields as the result the throne as Queen. Fifth grade

'. them. The district personnel must be aging new business and helping valedictorian followed Dean Sow- of lack of moisture. General average girls acted as' flower girls and
; its number about of the fruit is not what It has
I"j ." cut from present them in every way possible. ers with the valedictory address, a strewed blossoms In the path of the
been during some previous systems
< eighty, to forty people. Mr. Stewart is a candidate for po- talk well prepared and well given. queen on her way to the throne.
FES I| but quality is good and is expectedto
?; Headquarters for the new
litical office of the county but refused -I The high school diplomas were Then was started series of drills
with improve after the first fruit is
t will remain in Jacksonville to capitalize on his opportunities then, presented by M. E. VonMach, and dances by the primary grades
I taken off.County.
:::" John C. Emerson as State Director. for making a political speech.I I member of the county'school board, which were only partially completed

;.. His address was brief but greatly, which was followed by the presentation when the rain halted the program :'-
)! .' First Baseball Game enjoyed by the; members and visitors of attendance certificates, also School Board and the crowd went to the auditor "

I.t,j ',' present._ I by Mr. VonMach. I II ium where an assembly program was

r-: ,: Here Next Sunday A. W. Sias' birthday was celebrated Mayor F. Deane Duff next pre-I Has Special Meeting held and promotion certificates giv-' .

" ./.';: .! 1 in a novel manner. He receiveda sented the two medals given by the I en to sixth graders for entry into -
', telegram, presumably signed by Clewiston American Legion Post No. Junior High School.
>r > r" The recently organized Clewiston- II A special meeting of the county
t Postmaster General Farley, com- 93 to the high school boy and girl I J After the crowd was seated the '"
Engineers baseball team under the school board was held in LaBelle >
mending him on his excellent workin ranking highest in scholarship and processional was played and the 'i
;h; : direction of H. 0., Peters will hold Monday night with all members
the Clewiston post-office and stat- conduct for the term. The recipientsof sixth grade took their places on the
their first practice game of the sea- present including Secretary Graves
ing that a package was mailed un- these medals were Katherine platform. After the singing of "Am ,
; son here Sunday afternoon at 3:30 I and Attorney L. O. Gravely for the :
"' der separate cover. A bell-boy Wiandt and Bobby Patterson. erica the Beautiful" and a prayer the
with the Moore Haven team and a purpose of taking up the matter of
brought in the package marked The benediction was given by Dr. presentation of the promotion cer-
good crowd is expected to be presentto the trustee election for the Clewis-
"fragile" and as Mr. Sias reachedfor Williams and the program ended tificates was made by Acting Princi- :;
see how the team shapes up for ton district.
the package, the boy tripped and with the recessional 'played by Mrs. pal B. E. Herring with appropriate
this season.A Those whose names were submit-
fell, smashing the contents of the Lawler, "Grand March" from Aida. remarks. Ribbons were then awarded -
league is in the process of organization ted' by petition were approved and '
package into a million pieces. to the winners 'in the field meet
t1 which will include the' the names, ordered to be printed on
Some discussion of the local re- Baccalaureate SermonAt and cash prizes awarded to two pu-
Clewiston, Moore Haven, Pahokeeand the ballots prior to the election next
creation park was taken up and a pils of the fifth grade made ,by their
Belle Glade teams. The first Tuesday. They are: Mis. G. A. Me- '
committee composed of T. B. Shel- School Sunday NightDr. teacher, Mrs. G. B. Thomas., Both '
game of the league season is plan- Gehee and A. O. Ward incumbents,,
ley, J. F. Tippey and A. A., Munroe of them were cash prizes, one for the
ned between Clewiston and Moore and D. B., Allen who will replace
was named to investigate and seeif highest average for the year and the
Haven the Moore Haven diamond of Carl Berner.
on D. Jenkins Williams, pastor
I' work could again be started.. other for the most progress made
> 4. a week from the coming Sunday. the Clewiston Community''' Church, Only thirty-seven voters have
the Elbert Hooker was S
For the next few weeks, at least, delivered the baccalaureate sermon qualified for the election. Polls will during year. .'
the winner of the first prize and
games will be held only on Sunday ANDREWS IS CANDIDATEFOR I to the graduating class of 1936 be open from 8:00 a. m. until sun-
Beatrice Pratt winner of sec-
and later on in the summer Thurs- TAX ASSESSOR Sunday evening at eight o'clock ir down. The clerks are Mrs. G. B.
,'- ond. After a few remarks from the
day afternoon games will be play- I the high school auditorium. Special Rackstraw, Mrs. C. E. Miner and
teachers a song
ed. W. P. Andrews, of LaBelle, this i music was rendered' by the church Mrs. F. M. Wright. Inspector is Ed led by Mrs. Thomas, the recessional ,'
Mr., Peters states that one rule of week announces his candidacy for. choir. I Markette and the deputy, Gratton made
the pupils
played and
the new league is that the teams are the office of Hendry County Tax. The auditorium' was well filled fothe Georger their was to their home rooms to receive -

.. to play only amateur players and Assessor, his announcement appear- service and those attending stat- way their report cards. '
those hiring players will be disqualified ing in these columns today.Mr. ed that they had never heard a more HULL IS CANDIDATE FOR this time the sun was again

,'. In a small league there is a Andrews has served as county uplifting, Inspirational sermon delivered ANOTHER TERM AS CLERK: shining By and there was time left be-

great deal more interest shown in tax collector for a. number of than was given by Dr. Williams I fore noon for the winding of the

amateur play than In professionalor 11 years, is at present assistant tax col- on the occasion. The pulpitwas (Hendry County News) Maypole which was done by the

semi-professional play and inter- lector and organized the first ab- placed on the stage against' William T. Hull, present incum- members of the fifth grade. :,:
est has waned at times in past sea- stract company In LaBelle. He has background beautifully decorated bent of the position, is a candidate

sons because teams had gone out of had college training and law stu- with Easter lillies. for re-election to the position as -
their territory to hire better players.It I dies which he feels well qualifieshim The program was started by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hend SUGAR COMPANY BUSYREIIARILITATINC

is believed that' this action by for the position. He has been ]processional, "Ring Unto the Lord'' ry County, subject to the approvalof CAMIS .

league officials will aid greatly in a resident of the county for sixteen -I by the church choir. The invocation the voters at. the June primary.
-,,\ promoting unusual interest In tho:I years and promises fair, courteous -i i was given by 'Rev. C. W. Alford,, Mr. Hull has been a resident of The United States Sugar Corpor- .'
l ames this summer. and efficient service if electedto pastor of the LaBelle Methodist Hendry County for over thirty years ation h s'placed orders for ,several
,r \iiir The biggest weakness in the local the office. church after which the congrega- and is probably one of the best car-loads of roofing materials ,and

,_:, ,.:. team at present is the absence of ef- Mr. Andrews entry into this race tion joined in singing "Come Thou. I known citizens of the county. He work has already been started in re-
fective moundsmen but this weakness makes It the most hotly contested of' Almighty King". This hymn was fol. Ifas served as clerk for a number of roofing houses and doing general repair )

I is expected to be offset ,by unusual all the county offices there having lowed by a beautfiul anthem by the i years and undoubtedly Is better in- work in all of the negro camps

I strength in other positions. been five candidates announce to the choir, "Listen to the Lamb" by Dett, I formed on the, financial affairs of throughout both the Eastern and ,
i present time. Following the sermon there was the county than any other one man Western divisions.
: Capt. and Mrs. Richardson Selee another hymn, "All Hail the Pow- Mr. Hull has been a life long This Is in line with the policy of \I

I and children left Friday for Miami er" and the benediction was pro Democrat and active in the interests the company 'to keep these houses
where Mrs. Selee and the children Mr. and Mrs. H.-: T. Vaughn and nounced by Rev. Alford. The ,re of the party, a World War veteran in the best of ,shape for comfortable

will spend several weeks before go-, sons and Mrs. Wr 'P. Vaughn, Sr., cessional, "God' of Our Fathers"was ', and has always been l keenly interested -hiving I accomodations for their .col-

ing to their new home in Virginia.. spent Sunday at Fort, Myers Beach. by the choir.: in the welfare of the county. labor. -- '.



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the senate -----
BEFORE subcommittee on ,IMPROVED
BRISBANETHIS News, Review of Current appeared spokesmen for organized UNIFORM

labor with charges that thereis INTERNATIONAL ( '

a great movement of machine guns,
WEEK Events the World Over tear gas and police clubs Into Indus- SUNDAY 1

trial centers for use In contending with LessonBy
strikes and
i attendant disorders. The

18 and 65 first witness to tell the story of the REV. p, B. FITZWAT R. D. D..
arming of Industrial for Member of Faculty Moody Bible
No Perfect CrimeA Illinois Results and con- Institute of Chicago.
Primary Interesting Significant-New flicts with labor was J. P. Harris, a Western Newspaper Union.

Heavenly 400 Tax Bill Drafted-President Roosevelt Favors steel worker from Portsmouth, Ohio.In .
Fighting Over Rivers support of his assertions came a

President Roosevelt, In another Flood Control Projects.By mass of data compiled by the senate Lesson for May 3

"opening speech of the 1936 campaign," munitions investigating committee and
addressing 20,000 presented at the hearing by Heber JESUS TEACHES FORGIVENESS,
Young Democrats Blankenhorn. an employee of the na-
k of Baltimore'" and Western Newspaper Union. tional labor relations board. '
I At one point Harris testified that he LESSON TEXT-Luke 17:1-19.
the nation on the primary held the center space. It will cost $12,000,000, about GOLDEN TEXT-Be ye kind one to
ILLINOIS' knew the '
radio, suggested Wheeling corporationat another, tenderhearted, forgiving one
Interest for It not only! 55,000.000 less than the capital's largest "
that youth should Portsmouth was "arming, a state another, even as God for Christ's sake
battles but also the Commerce
provided lively state department building.
hath 4:32.
forgiven you.-Ephesians
ment that brought from corporation
begin work at eight-
I was of considerable moment nationally. PRIMARY TOPIC-The Man Who
at Portsmouth an assertion
een ,and "old age"stop ._, .. _. Cot Frank Knox. pub- IN HIS press conference President that Said Thank You.
I. work at sixty- Usher of the .Chicago Roosevelt said government depart company police were armed to JUNIOR TOPIC The Man Who
\ protect property against "thieves and Thanked Jesus.INTERMEDIATE.
five. .
: Dally News, and Sen ments are concentrating on flood control
yt firebugs, and they will continue to be
Youth should
Bomb of Idaho I problems and that If
4 a tor congress armed TOPIC Three Marks of Christian
have Its first IS '. who was born In Illinois would pass a bill appropriating a billion Strength.
years, at least, for : were the contest dollars for that purpose he would At another point In the hearing there YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
was testimony that general "rumors"were TOPIC. Three Marks of Christian
ants for the Republican sign it, provided the measure put. men
being circulated that the Ford
happinessSixty: to work
Presidential preferential Immediately.
five might be a vote. and the Mr.\ Roosevelt said the Passama- Motor company was "shot through"with I I. Forgiveness, a Christian Obligationvv.
good age to stop former came out with quoddy project In Maine and Florida spies, hired to report on the activities ( 1-4).

I Arthur Bri.bane duB) routine work I 31 delegates against 20f ship canal were eliminated, because of of labor.' Owing to the fundamental fact of
for wages, but no man would want to f the recent refusal of
for Borah. The sen- congress to make human individuality, the perversion by
stop real work until death, except that us:**'''*;,_>,..**'>>IWY a ator'S friends were appropriations for continuance of the ABOUT six hundred men and wom- sin, and the power and wickedness of

sIx months to look around this side Frank Knox elated because with work. He said he did not contemplate of the recently organized the devil, offenses: or occasions of

of the grave might be acceptable. out organization, he carried a large doling out relief 'funds for the proj Unemployed Workers'! Alliance, stumbling, are bound to come. Because
Goethe finished the second part of part of the state outside of Chicago. ects and that there would be no funds staged a big parade of "hunger marchers" mankind Is fallen and sin reigns in Individual '.

"Faust" when he was past seventytwo This preferential vote Is purely ad- for the projects unless congress reversed In Washington, hearts, the results_ are boundto
; and one of the ablest French visory and neither man has a slate of Its refusal.On shouting demands, reveal themselves, but Jesus pro-

writers, starting a new prose style delegates to the national convention.The the same. day the United States singing and waving nounces "woe" upon those whose evil
wrote nothing until at eighty-six he result makes It certain that Knox: Chamber of Commerce Issued a warn- banners. They soughtto deeds become a stumbling stone In the

wrote the Life of St. Louis at the request will make a respectable showing on ing against encroachment of the federal present a petitionto way of others, especially "one of these

of the king's widow. Within the first roll call. It also adds to government on flood control projects 4 President Roosevelt little ones."
half'a century 25 years have been add- Borah's prestige and aids him in the which are the primary responsibility in the White The follower of Christ Is to take

ed to the average lives of old men ; coming Ohio primary. I of the states. House but the best heed that his life be not injurious, but

nobody would want those years wasted. Gov. Henry Horner, seeking renom The committee also objected to the they could do was to that it be exemplary. The believer is
obtain audience
Ination. was victorious in the bitter New Deal policy of expending large to cultivate the forgiving spirit toward
In the murder of an unfortunate fight ,with the regular Democratic organIzation sums for dams to develop 'hydroelectric from Secretary Mar- the wrongdoer, while rebuking the
.young woman, New York detectives and the Kelly-Nash ma- power and declared that vin McIntyre for a
the ad ----=---- -- wrong. Great skill and grace are required -
i think they see, at last, "the perfect chine in Chicago, which had thrown ministration should follow a well-bal Vice Pres. delegation headed by to rebuke one for wrongdoing,

crime," one. in which the perpetrator him overboard and supported Bundesen anced program having as Its foremost Garner: David Lasser presl. revealing at the same time the forgiv-
dent of the alliance.
cannot be Identified. for governor. The Democrats almost purpose the control of floods. Lasser declared after spending 30 ing spirit, so as to win him Instead of

: Fortunately, there Is no perfect unanimously voted for the re- minutes with the President's secretary: exasperating him.

crime, except in the Imagination of nomination of Senator James Hamil- BY A vote of 153 to 137 the house "Mr. McIntyre gave us a lot of nice II. Humility, Christian Quality, (vv.
the criminal or. the detective story ton Lewis, and the Republicans named rejected a resolution to permil; words but nothing substantial If 5-10).

2 writer, because criminals are dull, cannot Former Senator Otis Glenn to oppose Senator Black's lobby committee to nothing Is done to give these people Humility Is at the heart of this trio .

r keep: ,heir mouths shut, are vain, him In November. pay $10,000 to special counsel in Injunction jobs there will be a hunger march on of Christian graces. Much faith is required -

boast and the electric chair gets them. Republican leaders in Washingtonwere litigation started by William Washington next summer in which to establish and maintain hu

<. Also, they Jump when. a hand Is laid encouraged 'to believe the In- Randolph Hearst to protect his tele- hundreds of thousands will take part. mility. Human nature impels one to
on the shoulder that detectives ternecine warfare In the Democratic grams from the probers. This action '
; helps We are tired of Mr. Roosevelt's prom- push others aside, to struggle for supremacy -
r and criminals are betrayed by fellow ranks would help the Republicans to which followed a bitter debate, doesn't issory notes." to reach the exalted positions .
r criminals. the state. The Democratic.sages, halt the work of the committee
carry which
; Lasser and his delegation also calledon In life. Humility moves one to seek
( on the other hand, liked the showingof has Its own funds, but It prevents the : Vice President Garner at the Capitol i the lowly place, while giving places of

Bishop Stewart, Episcopalian, of strength made by Borah, feeling his payment of more than $3,600 a year, and got even less' satisfaction: from honor to others, and being sincerely
?; Chicago, thinks Immortality may be liberal following might switch to In accordance with general law, to him Ii happy when others are granted the preferred -

i':.:. limited. "Only those who have a definite Roosevelt In November If the G. O. P. Crampton Harris 'of Birmingham, Ala., "The Jobless feel that we nave been I positions. Surely, for this one
.: relationship to God the puts up conservative. candidate.; former'law of Chairman Black.
through partner sold out by the Democratic party," must have faith in God. ::'"
spiritual life be for !Immortality In Nebraska's primary only Borah'sname The lobby committee in I
may eligible a recent session Lasser declared."I III. 'Gratitude, an Uncommon Grace _
r: and other souls cease to ex- was printed on the Republican brought out the fact that some resent that," snapped the Vice (vv. 11-19).

_, ist upon death." preferential ballot but about one- wealthy men who are backers of the President reddening. "I have been In The account of the ten lepers is perhaps

.r This Important suggestion of a celestial sixth of the voters wrote In the American Liberty league also'have con- politics for 40 years and I don't think the most used Bible portion la

:> "four hundred": will appeal tc name of Gov. Alf Landon of Kansas. tributed to the Southern Committee to anybody has ever been sold out by enforcing the lesson of gratitude as

'." many that might not care to meet, In For the Democratic preference Pres- Uphold the Constitution, though what the party." against ingratitude. There are a num-
heaven the cave man with low forehead ident Roosevelt was unopposed In both this has to do with lobbying was not ber of things to be considered, if we

: protruding jaw, the bushman Illinois and Nebraska. quite clear. The Southern committee, a conference with Maj. are fully to understand the call for

with a vocabulary of 150 words, or all which is headed by John Henry KIrbyof FOLLOWING. Hagood, who was removed gratitude.

I' .: the repentant thieves, murderers and DEFEATING opposition by Presi- Houston, Texas, Is opposed to some from command of the Eighth 1. Their awful affliction (v. 12).

trust magnates. supporters, the of the New Deal doings. corps area for criticizing WPA meth- They were lepers. In that day no

4 I It is conceivable) that selection of state Democratic executive committee ods, President Roosevelt took the soldier greater tragedy could befall one thanto
r.;:.V the celestial few mIght be postponed! Georgia ordered a Presidential pref- SUDDEN death, due to a coronary back into his good graces and ap- be thus afflicted. It was regardedas

., : a few million years, until real civilization erential primary on June 3 and fixed came to James M. Beckat pointed him to the command of the contagious and incurable. The af-
': shall have begun. This is the the entrance fee for each candidateat his residence in Washington, and all Sixth corps area with headquarters in flicted person became a social outcast,

poison gas age. $10,000. Informed Americans mourn the demiseof Chicago. He will replace MaJ. Gen. and was avoided and neglected. The

"The New Deal has plenty of moneyto __ this_n__ .nnblic. __ ___ spirited Frank McCoy and the assignment takes Mosaic law provided for segregationLev.

:; Rivers have played an Important pay for a primary In Georgia and citizen and eminent effect May 2. General McCoy is trans- ( 13:46).

; part in the world's history and In wars. I am In favor of letting them do It," authority on constitutional ferred to the Second corps area at New Leprosy has always been regardedas

The Tigris and Euphrates, creatini1 said Will Mann, close personal and law. Though he York to succeed MaJ. Gen. Dennis E. typical of sin, and at times as visit-

fertile Mesopotamia, and the ancient political friend of Gov. Eugene Tal- was a sturdy and con- Nolan, who is retiring. ed upon individuals] because of sin.

.', : Nile, with its rich valley, regularly madge, administration critic. scientious opponent of Examples : the leprosy of Naaman (II
: coated with Nile mud, made the first The governor was asked directly the present national DLUTARCO ELIAS CALLES, former Kings 5) ; Gehazi (II Kings 5) ; Miriam
civilizations possible. whether he would oppose President administration, leadIng president of Mexico and for long the (Num. 12) ; Uzziah (II Kings 15:5).

Men fought through the ages about Roosevelt In the primary. officials in Washington most powerful figure In that republic, ,Leprosy may lay long dormant, and
those two rivers and today rivers still "I don't know," he answered. "I united with the was forcibly exiled to the United then make a sudden appearance; BO
am pretty busy with state affairs right Republicans in declaring States, together with three'other once with sin. Leprosy waxes worse and
;; war. Europe the Rhine bor- I'
.y k:>' der'may now. It depends on how things shapeup that In his death prominent citizens, by the Mexican worse; so with sin. And the end of
cause a repetition of the big
In the state." the nation had sus- government, which declared their pres- sin is death.
h. war. In Africa the Blue Nile, fed by J> M< Beck I _
Ethiopia's Lake Tana, breeds bitter tained a great loss. ence there was dangerous to the wel- 2. Their cry for mercy (v. 13)). The
Mr. Beck was not only one of the fare of the
ten recognized their great need, and
--'I hatred between discarded the President's '
England and Italy. .:.::.
HAVING of temporary process- foremost lawyers of America but for Summarily ousted with Canes, who that no human help was available. '.\
more than three decades was a public for 11 years ruled Mexico with an Iron
Testimonies that had floated to their
An African savage who all his ing taxes, Chairman Sam B. Hill'sbouse
gave man of distinction, holding numerous band, were Luis Morones, former minister hearing told of a great Healer and
Ivory tusks for a subcommittee completed its draft ,
gun was found later
offices at Washington and Influen- of labor and leader of the
K an regional
_____ when He came their they were not
In the bush, on his knees of the new tax bi1LIt
praying to -- ---
tial place in the counsels of the Republican confederation of workers and peas-
slow to make their to him.
; the not to shoot him. calls for a new prayer
gun He did not
party. Born in Philadelphia ants; Luis de Leon, former minister of
jg/ know how to use it. type of corporationlevy The faith of the lepers immediately
in 1861 he first held office the interior and
as United agriculture; and Rafael revealed itself in acting upon the In-
from 1
This country is equally ignorant ranging States for
attorney the eastern district Melchor Ortega, former governorof structions of Jesus that they and
about using youth and its enthusiasm. per cent to 29.7 per of Guanajuato.The go
cent for corporationswith Pennsylvania, as a Democrat He show themselves to the priest. While
left that party on the silver issue and four men were, by order of Pres. they went they were cleansed. They
net Income
A Frenchman says truly "American up to was made an assistant attorney general ident Cardenas, placed aboard a planeat
1 were to obey the Old Testament re-
ii,' 'digestion would $10,000, and from 4 to bti 3
Improve if Americans President
by McKinley. In 1921 Mexico City and taken across the
quirement for the recording of their
: 'i made more and better sauces." 42/2 per cent for cor- Mr. Harding him Brownsville
appointed solicitor border to Texas.
that need longer be
cleansing, they no
l' porations with net Income
Voltaire, another Frenchman, said general, an office which he filled with Leftists cnarged that Calles and his outcasts. The sinner may find salva-
: the same thing of England long ago. over $10,000, distinction. He then served three termsin associates were fomenting agitation tion along the path of dally duty, if

'' He found that England had many religions .on the amount -- n_. ___ congress, where he was one of the against the Cardenas administration.This he will but believe.
and only one sauce, whereas 01 earnings that are T best debaters, and retired in 1934. Calles denied, adding: "A stateof
Sam B Hm
< 3, Their differing attitudes following
'; .. France had many sauces and only one not distributed. Pref- Richard Yates, former governor of anarchy exists in Mexico and com
:i religion, and he preferred France. erentlal] tax treatment Is given to Illinois and former congressman, died munism is spreading with government healing (vv. 15-19).
\::, banks and Insurance companies, to in Springfield at the age of seventyfiveyears. help." a. The gratitude of the one (vv. 15,

>. The .new Zeppelin, In spite of engines debt-ridden companies, to companies In' The son of the Civil war gov- 16) is beautiful and Inspiring. He Is
/' out of order on her return from receivership, and a new system of taxing ernor of the state, Mr. Yates was for .SOMETHING new in Spanish history referred to as "this stranger, evidently
a Gentile, but so deep was his grati-
Brazil to Germany, kept on her way non-resident aliens Is created. many years a picturesque figure in Illinois took place in Madrid. The parlIa-
at 50 miles an hour, fighting winds Railroads will continue to have the politics and an influential mem- ment, by a vote of 238 to 5, ousted tude he hastened back to Jesus to give
over the Mediterranean. That Is one tight to tile consolidated returns but ber of the Republican party. Nlceto Alcala Zamora from the officeof I thanks. The one who might be least
advantage of a ] the committee refused to accept the expected to show gratitude was the
dirigible-she stays up. president of the republic. This action -
The heavler-than-air plane with en petition of R. V. Fletcher, general, armies in Ethiopia accomplished by a coalition of one who sincerely expressed It.
i glne trouble comes, down counsel for the Association of Am"erl.'Can MUSSOLINI'S an important Socialists, Communists, Left Republicans b. The nine who neglected (w. "
17-19), who failed to give thanks, have 'j 1.
that railroads as a military base, and captured vast storesof and ten minor groups, was token
Russia has a genuine "youth movement segregated group of Industry, be givena war materials. Marshal Badoglio on a Socialist motion that the presi- through the centuries been charged U

," with one-third of all workers variety of special deductions !in com- at once started an expeditionary force dent had acted Illegally In dissolvingthe with Ingratitude Their healing was

under twenty-three years of age, 42 puting taxable net income. along the excellent: : road from thereto last parliament before the elections as complete; they had as much reason

per cent of them girls. Russia has! Addis Ababa, and it was believedthe 'and that therefore he should be expelled to recognize Jesus as their healer ai

)173,000,000 population, nearly half of WITH appropriate ceremony the capital city would be captured within from ottice. Back of this mo- had "this stranger." Perhaps, as li
I. It born since the Bolshevist] revolution. of the new Interior a few days.Stiffened tion, however lay radical sentimentthat true of so many believers of today,

Populations and history change rap department building in Washingtonwas by military successes In Zamora, in using his power according they took their benefits for grantedand
;' idly. Extreme youth might control laid, the President handling the Africa, the Italian delegation went to to personal whim, has ham were indifferent rather than un

the whole of Russia but for the fact trowel. The structure, the second larg- Geneva for peace conversations, prepared pered the progress of the "republican grateful. Many nowadays take: all they

l(,'' that It is already controlled by Stalin, est government ottice building there, Is' to demand a peace on Italy' revolution." can get :fromChrist and give nothingin
of middle to be completed in December. It virtual return. The noblest blessings of
.. age. covers t..rms, including 'Italian con- Diego MartInez" Barrio, speaker of
Elnc Features Syndicate, inc.VNU five and one-half acres and' will provide trot of the entire empire of Halle Se- parliament, was made temporary presIdent civilization are ours through Christ,
\ Service 700,000 square feet of usable floor lassie. to serve until elections are held. : yet how tew thank him for them.

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Foreign Words t7iOUi LTv WASHINGTON Honesty of PurposeA '

and Phrases __..._ ,._._ "UW ,

Abslt invldla. (L.) No offense TD MAN'S greatness lies not In
Intended. \bFAT: wealth and station, nor yet ;

In his Intellectual capacity, whichis
. Nous 'verrons. (1'We shall see.'
often associated with the
Aut Caesar aut nihll. (L.) Either meanest -
moral character, the most abject "
Caesar or nothing. WATCH STANDARDSOF .
servility to those in 0
Beau monde. (F.) The fashion- .high
able world. COD LIVER OIL places, and arrogance to the poor -:

and lowly but man's :
a true
Caveat emptor. (L.) Let the buyer great- .
ness lies In the consciousness of ,:

beware. Potency for- Rats Does Not an honest purpose in life, founded ::
D'accord. (F.) Agreed ; In tune. '
on a just estimate of himself and ]
. Entre nous. (P.) Between ourselves Apply to Chickens..
- everything else, on frequent self- _'
con dentinlly.
examination and a steady obedience '
Facills descensus Averni. (L.) Supplied by the United States Department ?
of Agriculture.-WNU Service. to the rule which he knows ''
Easy Is the descent to Avernus (I. e.) '
Any source of vitamin D that to be right, without troubling ,him '
to the lower world r
z 'c"Federal
be Include in mixed feeds Intendedfor s self what others may' think or j ;:.
Gens. (F.) People race.
poultry ,should be purchased on say, or whether they do, or do '{:
Hie et ubique. (L.) Here and
the basis of its guaranteed potency for w not, that which he thinks, says )

everywhere.; chickens l Instead of rats. The potencyof and does.-George Long. ;
In secul seculorum (L.) Forages commercial sources of vitamin D Is

of ages. customarily measured by tests made r

with' rats; which do not react to the y

different sources of' this vitamin ,as do

Cafeteria Advertises Recipeas j
chickens. ill Aound :

One by Tenor; He Sues The poultryman may obtain vitaminD I

from cod-liver'otl, sardine oil, other :
/lie House :
Charging that his personal and fish-liver and fish oils, and Irradiated Triangle" In Washington. f

professional reputation had been products. In the case of cod-liver oil,

damaged in advertisements by a cafeteria new standards' have been adopted, and Prepared by the .National Geographic Society. when he laid out this city with broad, Sweep rugs the way of the pile /1

chain asserting he had sup- If It Is to- be sold as such it must now Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. sweeping, prophetic strokes to be the Brushing against the grain tends to '
annual spring rush of tour- .;
plied it with an artichoke recipe, contain at least 85 International vita- capital of a vast country. brush dust in instead of out.
to is In
Giovanni Martinelli, Metropolitan min D units and at l least COO International THE Nation's Washington on. the Hanging between earth and sky, you t '.
Capital even
Opera star, has filed 'a $20,000 suit vitamin A' units per grain. Any perennial visitor is greeted with seem suspended in history, halfway Paint stains that ,are dry and old'.

In 'the Supreme court of New York cod-liver oil that does not meet these reQuIrements something new to enjoy. This year'I I.:between the past and the unfathom may be removed from cotton or woolen -

the Wil-Low Cafeterias Inc. must be labeled "cod-liver 'able future. How would the city look
against '
goods with chloroform. First (
new buildings, recently opened, In and L- ; ,
oil, not U. S. P. The designation a" hundred years hence, or twenty, or a ','
He declares he never preparedsuch near the great triangle between the cover amply with olive oil. '
"Poultry U. S. P.," has ,been used .recently 'thousand? .
a recipe or supplied it to the Capitol and the Ellipse, will be a fea- + s
but' it Is misleading and Its uses The Senate Office off
defendant, and that his name was ture of a tour of the city. building, The tough skin that forms on top :
not official. the left has had Its face lIfted-
used without his knowledge or consent chicken unit Gaze down upon the modern Wash- ; of a ,cornstarch pudding may be prevented -
Until some satisfactory and a handsome face It now is, with a
R of vitamin D potency has been established ington from an airplane. As always long row of Roman Doric columns. if a piece* of oiled paper is .

The case went before Supreme cod-liver oil may be purchased the simple grandeur of the White .1' A placed over pudding when set away ,
street car line that once marred the :
Court Justice Carew on an applica- the basis: of the number of Interna- House, the Capitol, the Lincoln Me- to cool. ;
on ,
scene dips discreetly underground. Be-
tion by the defendant to strike out tional vitamin D units It, contains per morial, and the towering Washington neath a broad lawn is a subterranean .

many paragraphs of the complaint, gram. All other sources of vitamin D, monument draw the eye and make the :! Paper baking cups make excellent :
in which 270 ,senatorial cars
reciting an opera star's need to remaIn should be' purchased on the basis of heart beat faster. But near them new can be parked. caps' for milk bottles. Press edges ,:

aloof from such advertising. the minimum quantity, expressed as wonders have appeared. down firmly to fit mouth of bottle. '

Justice Carew upheld the complaint. percent' of the feed, required to protect Quietly and steadily, with so little 1 Supreme Court Building.But *

: young"growing.. Chicks against fuss ,that residents were hardly aware I to look upon the latest crowning If ,the table silver is placed in hot

rickets of It, thousands of carloads of stone glory of Capitol hill one should standon soapsuds. immediately after being

"Although the official method of'' and metal-whole mountains In the the front steps of the Capitol, used, and dried with a soft, clean

stating vitamin D potency is to give aggregate-have been hauled Into the where Presidents are inaugurated, and cloth, much of the work of polishing :

the number of International i units per city and reared Into monumental build- see the new Supreme Court building, will be saved .'

gram, some carriers of cod-liver oil ings.Acres its beauty heightened by the green of Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

are still marked with the number of and acres of .old, unsightly trees and grass.

units per ounce, and often the unit structures have been razed on Capitol It occupies a historic site. Early

meant is not the International unit. Hill, around its base, and along broad, patriots in powdered wigs forgath- FAMOUS TONIC CREAM

The purchaser should remember that historic Pennsylvania avenue. In their ered at a famous old hotel run by
all units of vitamin D potency are not place stretch parks, wide boulevards, William Tunnicliff on this spot before

equal and that an ounce Is more than or ,long, handsome houses of govern- the War of 1812. After the British

28 times as heavy 'as a gram." ment. burned the Capitol in 1814, a building

In the angle formed by the Intersec erected here housed congress until the

tion of Pennsylvania avenue and the marks of the torch were erased. In
Sour Skim Milk GoodBeverage :
new Constitution avenue, beautiful Civil war times It was used as a SKIN ;

ROLL DEVELOPED for Chicks Champs-Elysees or Rue de Rlvoli of military prison.Everything f : ,

8 Never-fade ENLARGEMENT Velox! Prints 25c Sour skim milk is an excellent bev- Washington, rises a. mighty wedge of about the Supreme court's 3 minutes a day n :"t0"0: -:,'..

JACK RABBIT_. CO. erage for baby chicks, according to Dr. masonry, the famed "Federal TrI- home Is 'on a majestic scale. removes freckles, '1,',: ':

Cpartanburc South Carolina (COIN) W. C. Thompson, professor of poultry angle," eight blocks long.In Look at those blocks of marble, one blackheads: toot .<:/'t. r

husbandry at the New Jersey Collegeof this single group 'Is the most at each side of the steps. Each block Famous NADINOLA Cream actually

CLEANS APPAREL. Agriculture, Rutgers university. It amazing collection of government weighs 45 tons. They ,are two of the smooths away the dull, dead cuticle that

LEAVES RIMGi NO NO increases their appetites and Is a read- buildings that the world has seen. heaviest marble blocks. ever broughtInto hides your natural beauty. All you do is
-JllM--[ this: ((1)) At bedtime spread a thin
ODOR.30c ily digestible and highly nutritious They make their own weather. In Washington. of Nadinola Cream over your face-no

BOTTLES 4Oe 6Sc_ ALL DRUGGISTS food in itself, ,he says. hottest' summer the air inside is cooledto The two bronze doors weigh 3,000 massaging, no rubbing (2) Leave on

.; The rate of growth Is stimulated by the temperature of a fine spring pounds apiece. The eight Corinthian while you sleep. ((3) Watch daily im-
provement-usually in, 5 to 10 days
Civilized Jails feeding sour skim milk to chicks dur- day. columns are 51* feet high. The pedi- will see A marvelous transformation.you

' ing the first six weeks, and the beverage Massive and Beautiful. ment above them catches the eye, not Freckles, blackheads disappear; dulL
In a thoroughly civilized laud even
also acts as a regulator of thebirds' In size buildIngs alone for its size, but for Its InterestIng ,-. coarsened skin becomes creamy-white,
sheer the cluster of
, the Jail meals are appetizing. satin-smooth, lovely! Fine results positively
digestive systems, Doctor Thompson sculptures in which the feature
Is' staggering, even from high above.It : guaranteed with NADINOLA-
points out. Commercial poultrymen of historic or living men are recog two
is as if half a dozen or more of tested and trusted for nearly genera-
are using this food in Increasing New York's tallest skyscrapers have nized. tions. At all toilet counters only 50c. Or

quantity lately because It. helps to write NADINOLA, Box 44, Paris,Tenn. '
pro- been laid on their sides, formed intoa Inside the massive! bronze portals a ,

duce good broilers quickly and aids In blunted arrowhead, and cut and twist- main hall lined with 36 stately columns -

getting young pullets properly started. ed to make courts and wings. One -each made from one solid piecfl

Fresh milk may easily be made sour unit-the Commerce departmentislonger of stone-leads to the courtroom where
5 *
by using a small amount of sour milkas than the Chrysler building Is the nine black-robed justices sit. A'. AN'

a starter and adding fresh milk to their own request, the room was mad THE lOt SIZE CONTAINS 3'var

It each morning. If this is set in a tall.But It Is not merely an Impressionof only about GO per cent larger in floor TIMES AS MUCH AS THE SC SIZE MoaE?

warm room the souring process will bigness that ,one has in the wan- area than the old Supreme court room

KILLS INSECTS take place rapidly. in the Capitol.
dering plane. Long ranks of ma- MOROLINE
Feed the sour milk In thickened
a jestic columns, graceful arcades, a Behind the courtroom are the quar-

;.;:.,. ON FLOWERS FRUITS condition, but first break the clabberby wide plaza, and solid rock walls give tered-oak-paneled offices of the justices,

r:. '.\ VEGETABLES & SHRUBS stirring so that the whey as wellas a ,beauty and simplicity that make each of whom will have about as much

, ', : Demand original sealed the solids will ,be consumed. Baby these enormous newcomers fit companions space as all had together In the crowded Alloy in Gold Coins ,
bottles, from dealer chicks may be started on milk
; your sour
for the classic White House Capitol. Only three had offices Gold coins contain alloy because

"VV during their first day In the, brooder and Capitol. there at all, and most of the membersof pure gold Is too soft. N '
and need be fed
no water during the i
the court do much of their work at
The airplane turns, and far off in
entire six weeks, provided there I la
!- How Louisiana V as Named the distance, beyond the Capitol dome, home. To assure the Justices privacy, ,.
plenty of the milk
on hand. This
Louisiana was named after King forces all the chicks to appears a gleaming white marble tem- the new building's corridors can be. ,Mother Advised Daughter

Louis XIV of France. milk consuming habit. get the sour ple, comparable In beauty even to the closed by big bronze gates. To Take CARDUI

noble Lincoln Memorial. This is the Wonderful Libraries. have taken
When Many women
feeding sour milk to chicks, it many
Is advisable new United States Supreme Court Cardui on the advice of their mothers
use earthenware or In the Folger Shakespeare library_ ,
y r enamelware building, the only real home of its own who had been helped by it.U1
containers Instead of down the street, reposes a fine collection "
that the nation's highest court has would have severe cramping spells, .
metal receptacles, as the lactic acid In of books and Elizabethan treas- '
writes Mrs. F. C. Allen, of Smithdale,
the sour milk may have a chemical reaction had.For ures, even the supposed corset of nauseated and
Miss. "I would get ,
the first time in American hIs-
on the metal.Poultry Queen Elizabeth, solemnly stowed.
feel faint and would have to go to
tory a citizen now might gaze upon away in a vault and shown only to a would be for '
bed. I very nervous s
YOUR CORNS Cullings the separate, permanent abodes of the chosen few.Behind two or three days. I was afraid to go

three branches of his government- the Library of Congress an away from home for fear I would faint
If the turkey Is to be I mother, having used Cardni j
dry picked, and fall. My
YOU RISK BLOOD POISONING IF legislative, the Capitol ; executive, the. .
the work should be begun annex almost to double its capacity is with good results advised me to try itI ..
Razors, caustic liquids and harsh while the Immediately White House, and now, for the judicial -:' _being built, although already it is the am so glad I took Cardui and got relief, .
feathers "
plasters are dangerous. The safe, are loosened. long sheltered in the old senate for it has done wonders for me. "
In the world with '
largest library more benefit
U a Of course, if Cardui does not
quick way to remove corns is with chamber this temple whose dignity '
than 9,840,000 books pamphlets, piecesof YOU, consult a physician.
New De Luxe Dr. Scholl's Zino- It costs approximately 80 eggs ''a yearto match the I j
and majestyof
Impressiveness music and other items at the latest
pads. relieve feed hen ,
They instantly pain; a whether It Is a good the law itself.
atop shoe pressure; soothe heal and pre layer or a ,poor one. count.
vent sore toes and blisters. Flesh color; In History.As hill shin-
waterproof; don't sticE to stocking. Sold S a Suspended Down from Capitol past a A FARMER BOY

at all, drug, shoe and department stores.FRUITSVEGETABLESWANTED. Farm flock records show that those you cruise about, other splendid Ing new House Office building lately 4

who brood early chicks make more white buildings appear, new jewels in reared beside the first one, the trail o)NE of the best known

profit from their the familiar setting along the Poto- of the new Washington l leads to Pennsylvania }rY medical men In the
I Bi flocks than those who S '1. U. S. was Dr. R. V. -
brood late chicks. avenue. ''i Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y-
S a mac.Beyond the Lincoln shrine the new Halfway along "The Avenue," between who was born on a*farm
'yj' in Pa Dr. Pierce's Gold
Lighting will help to hasten the Arlington Memorial bridge links north the Capitol and White House, tf en Medical Discovery Is

moult of old birds, and get them back and south. Down the Virginia shoreof there stretched off to the left in the $ eliminates an herbal extract poisons which from

into laying condition quickly. the winding river a wide Appian early days of the city a dreary swamp the intestines and tones

way; the Mount Vernon Memorial highway where Washingtonians were wont to up the digestive system.
In Track and Car Lots. High Market Prices Quid Pimples and blotches caused by faulty elimination -
.' I. Sale' Financial responsibility assures Full daily return" Shatterings of alfalfa (largely leaves leads to the home and tomb of shoot "reedbirds." disappear and you feel the strengthen
''. market quotation art not txaggrraitd to and the finest Father of his hit ing effect of this well tried medicine.Buy now!
nduet ttiipmenln. Write or wire for them sterns) that accumulate the Country. An energetic government upon t

SCHLEY BROTHERS under hay drops and In front of the From the steps of the Capitol all the this location as a key point in its

"Th.Dependable lloutt" mangers, are excellent feed. way down to the river, two and a third building program.. Here would rest
18 East. Camden St. BALTIMORE. S broad the tip of,the Federal Triangle. Wreck- I PARKER'S
Ettabluhed 30 yean and tin only WkoleialtGtmmittlon miles away, sweeps a stretchof BALSAM
location and Firm sates now force operating in Bcltimori.S ftparalt See that the birds get plenty of sun- treedotted1rlc land. Gone is ing operations began. Scientific Pled Q inmove.DandrufStopeiiairFaaiap HAIR

shine, and do not keep breeders In much of the mushroom growth tem- Pipers from the Agricultural' depart- Imparts Color and

service too long. The older the birds porary wartime structures. Their removal ment disposed of the, rats, which at Beauty COc and to Gray Jl 00 at and Dru Faded elate.Hair
$ after: the first first devoured the workmen's lunches. H1rroxChem.Wk..Putghogue.N.Y.:
year or two, the lower gives new beauty to this Mall

JUP Is the quality. and fertility of I Ibel- main feature of the grand plan con- On this unlikely site now; stands a connection FLORESTON with SHAMPOO Parker's Hair-Balsam-Makes Ideal for use tho in

e I Freight Paid. World's Brat Marble or errs ceived by the Revolutionary soldier- structure in many ways unique-the hair soft and fluffy 60 cents by mail or at druggists
I Granite 80t savings Free JtttchogueN.X.
guar Catalocr Chemical Works,
I UJUUrblekbranlulo.,UtIit.l-8I.OBeu.Ila artist, :MaJ. Pierre Charles L'Enfant, National Archives building.

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waiter to change my order from Old Hooker.
The Clewiston News D. Jenkins Williams Minister NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Fashioned to Coco-cola. Then Merl George Smith exempt in English,I ,
Pace, candidate for State Comptroller Spanish and Algebra I; Violet Be-

offered him a marvelous futureif thea in English, Spanish; Roberta :9:45 A. M. Sunday School.
Published every Friday in Clewiston, he'd make ME disappear until af- Spicer, in English, General Science. 10:45 A. M. Junior Chu !'ch. Furniture and Homo Furnishings

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Tenth Grade News- 7:45 P. M. Evening: Worship:
ter the first primary, and that broke -
Inc. up the party. x Exempt subjects: Gladys Wil- "Mind The Light. Household FurnishingsInc.

Durin' the floor show I was sit- lis.
tin' next to Wendell Heaton and I Exempt in subjects named: Ber- --- .

Keathley Bowden, Editor when the charmin'' little lady with nice O'Neal, Spanish; James John- READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS: BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,

the fans appeared and proceeded to son, Biology, Modern History..

make Sally Rand look like a rank Eleventh Grade-

Entered as second class mail matter amateur, Wendell, sighed and said Exempt all subjects: Bobby Pat-

February 1, 1927, at the Post "Boy, now that's my idea of Work- terson.Exempt'. A LIFE POLICY: for as
men's Compensation." and who's subjects named: Louise

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under wife got up and' took who home, is Bussey, English, Modern History, U. Little as $1 per Monthas
the Act of March 3, 1897. ,
what, the lawyers call.a "leading S. History; Dorothy Brown, English, quoted PAYS' UP. :JO:
question." U. S. History, Modern History. lz i' /

A beautiful corsage for each lady Twelfth Grade-- $1,000.00 i ,
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. '
and an individual box of cigars for Exempt all subjects: Florine ti
Advertising rates on application. Policy Mailed for Free Inspection.No .
each man was presented with the Moore; Vincent Oglesby, Katherine. Medical Examination.THE .

compliments of the Daytona Beach Wiandt. I STANDARD :MUTUAL BENEFIT ly ..Wya

Devoted to the advancement and News-Journal and brought "All's"of Annie Mathis exempt in Medieval ; without CORPORATION medical examination la offering, to

delight from the ladies and "sat- History, Problems in American Life.! men and women up to the age of
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry 65, a remarkable new, low cost
i isfied grunts of approval" from the
LIFE POLICY, providing up to
County. men-while: politicians present fum- LIBRARY OPEN"'ORTHREE I ,$1,000.00 for natural death and up
to $1,000.00 for accidental death, %
ed at havin' somebody horn in on DAYS A WEEK as specified. This policy costs as a 1
their racket. Next legislature someguy'll little as $1.00 a month. Benefitsare
Some more initials to learn. The t based on the age. This policy
probably trto pass a law tz l
been made
Announcement has by
form has been APPROVED
NRS has now become the FES, a by the ,
makin' it illegal for anyone' to give that the library of Florida Insurance Department
the school board 3
branch of the U. S. E; S.' of the D. of has complied with all the laws a9 .i f f" y
cigars prior to election, unless governing -
L. away the Clewiston school will remain op- companies of this character

they're runnin' for office. en on Monday, 'Wednesday and Fri- having its GUARANTEE ,RE-
Then Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, SERVE FUND on deposit with the
If the Kiwanis Club keeps hammering day of each week and those desiring State of Florida for the protection
on the Recreation Park who publish the Observer, entertained books may get them then. A groupof pf its policy holders. l / ,

us with a glorious fish fry and will be in charge and will /
they'll get results one of these days girls SEND NO MONEY. .
though probably not before July 1. we were given an opportunity to sit spend their spare time repairing the NO AGENT WILL CALL
around and get chummy with each books and putting them in shape for

The News extends its congratulations ether at their home' while a Ham- the next school term. The music Just name,send age, a and postcard name of with beneficiary your

mond organ set up in the .spacious will also be on the same and a Policy, completely made
room open
to the three girls and one boy out, will be sent you for free in... /,.
garden provided< music to suit the for those desiring musical instruction I ;
who graduated this week ,, from days spection. If after studying it in
occasion and gave a tone to the af or tap dancing. the quiet of your home you desire i
Clewiston High School.' May the ed-
fair. to keep it send only $1,00 to apply
ucation you have received in the for its restoration, which includes William C.
Altogether. it was a darn swell SUGAR OFFICIALS IN CUBAJ. practically 30 days protection if Hodges
Clewiston schools be the
accepted. If not satisfactory, ; %
convention and Daytona Beach prov- you .
stone to a prosperous. and useful owe nothing.: "Homestead Bill"SUIVUITS
life. ed itself a royal host-and incidently J. Harrington, General Manager Offer limited Write today 1

if you want to really enjoy a de- of the U. S. Sugar Corporation Can use a Representative :I HIS CANDIDACY FOR

lightful summer, get yourself a cot- Har- in your Territory n
and his daughter, Miss Jayne
It begins to look as though Key GOVERNORof
tage or apartment at Daytona Beach The STANDARD MUTUAL
West was intended to remain isolated rington, J. W. Moran and H. J. B.
this summer. Scharnberg left Friday to spend a BENEFIT CORPORATION FloridaTo
from the mainland of the U. S. A., \

their railroad destroyed by the ,hurricane week in Cuba on an inspection trip 821 Graham Building The People Of This State

of 'properties on the island. Jacksonville Florida.
last fall and now one of their sugar Subject To Democratic Primaries

long highway bridges destroyed by Clewiston School News ='
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fire. Some wide awake resident HODGES is opposed to a Sales

should invent an amphibious auto- Tax and all other nuisance taxes.

mobile. Florine Moore, Editor f.lTybareo ."u'fia Y / .t' .. tVw HODGES favors:. Old Age and
y r Y ;
;(! Mothers Pensions-$5.00 Auto-

Louise Bussey, Associate Editor mobile Tags-Taking tax off gas-
...... ; F. W. BUCHOLZFor
.DH..8..m........ oline used by Fishermen's boats .'
Bob Patterson, Sports Editor
Sx,4, and Farmers' tractors in industry
x F ,, ', -
Too Late To Classify -
n." '
, First Grade NewsJ. State Superintendent HODGES stands four-square for

CJ3y Cussell Kay B. Carr is the only child in the Of Schools preservation of the HOMESTEAD
; <
fifth grade who has made an A-plus

irrorrrrr.rrrrrrrr.rrrr.YlrlrNow this year. That being in citizenship. ;, ., ; :. > : : .: w' A school man with twenty-five the enlargement of its scope. He
.' successful worked for this Amendment
children have been : years accomplishment
.I've been to a lot of conven- Twenty-four '
'' in the schools in Florida. through all the of his
tions and messed up with a lot ofentertainin' neither absent nor tardy this month. n r / ; years
;3 As member of the 1935 service in the Senate and
Legis- fought
but the brand of "wel- Joan Crouch is the only child in s ; .. : a J
<<. lature he fought for better schools before the for ratifica-
people its
come" and "Hospitality" they hand Grade 1 who) ]has been on the honor
,, and slot machines vicious
'b; x.:r. against and tion.
out at Daytona Beach is "TOPS". roll each month.

; ,>ffi? l $ sr" political practices.
Second Grade Honor Roll- HODGES left his office, took a
In the olden days King Nebuchad Monthly n4 Elect a man who will give our
sound wagon and visited every
nezzar made a name for himself asa Nora Oglesby, Shirley Moon, May- State a vigorous and constructive
city, village and hamlet in this
right smart party-pitcher, and lat- me Johnson, Dalton Carr. program of Public Education.
State urging the'people to ratify
er the minustrels sing of an English
The second grade chapel programwas (Advertisement paid for by the Amendment.Paid .
King who knew his stuff; DiamondJim
as follows: friends of F. W. Bucholz.)
Brady I understand was no ( Political Advertising)
Quotations from Bible; Lord'sprayer I
slouch as an entertain and the
Dutch song; Dutch dance;
Ziegfield led the field in his
"Miss Frown and Miss Smile", by
- day, but you can put 'em all togetheron
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Mayme Johnson; "I Wonder When"by
one. committee to dope out a program -
Elzie Cook; song, "\''hen I Grow
and tfiey still couldn't compete
with Mayor Up", Nora Oglesby; "Who, I'm Like"
Armstrong of Daytona
. Beach. Billy Maynard; a play, "The Fishing

. Trip"; "Pa Says So", Dalton Carr;
From the minute they arrived un- play, "The Sick Child"; Flag' Laws DIVIDENDS
, til, they regretfully SAVINGS SAFETY
. packed to leave, and Cautions; "We Love The Flag", ,

the press' gang were entertained as Noley Geiger; "True To The Flag"Russell
." they had never been entertained be-
; Pledge to the Flag" audi-
fore. Every newspaperman was a I ,
king all the time he in
was Daytona. .
Fourth Grade Monthly Honor Roll-
' The Mayor wasn't content to merely Eric Belcher, Marianne Jones, <,J; "'.' ': -- z..j'i::.. :- Record of Dividends of \ I
give us the "keys to the t' >'> '
; he went ahead city"- Maurine Prewitt, Billy Redelsheimer. '>';:' : "; 1:'::Y'-': Clewiston Home Building Association
and personally un- .. : : ,;.: ::T\: :. .
:. locked all the doors while a flock of -- "- '
Third Grade Monthly Honor Roll-
able helpers were constantly on Sue VonMach, Christine Redish. RATE -. '-"TtATEJPERCEXT
. hand to look after our comfort and : ...
Third '
grade yearly honor roll:
I pleasure.Good YEAR PERCENT YEAR I.
Sue VonMach. \ I

old Frank Huffaker, battle- Christine Redish won the spelling : 1928 ', ,. 5.5 1933 6 ,
scared veteran of .the
newspaper contest for the last semester in the '

rf'.. fraternity, hovered over us like a third grade. She was on the honor : 1929 : : 7 1934 6 .

guardian angel while alert Ray roll 15 of 16 times; Lewis .
:- Clancy, recreation director out ,. .. ., I 1930 -. 4 1'935. .. : 6
saw to Blount second. He the '
was was on

:.'. it that we "recreated 100 percent." ]honor roll 14 out of 16 times. .. .,,:',..,'':,;.;f:"'''f:.'::\\iji;.::.t.:.- ,,, 1931 .' ... .J' 4 1936 :;., ,f-, 6 ...
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Nothing was overlooked, not even Fifth Grade Montl hHonol' Roll- '' .{-I-/ :'rr;
{' ; : ;' I 1932 6
-; the ice water next morning-and a Elbert Hooker, Bernard Leiter, : -- < '

'. complimentary Bromo-Seltzer if you Irene Neighbors. : : ..: '. '

i.' wanted it. Fifth grade yearly honor roll: El- _';,- I ,

.:' And boy what a show they put on bert Hooker, average 94 ; James '

i P; ; for us at the Chateau Lido, swanky Howard, average 93; Irene Neigh- / rrJ: CALL BY THE HOME%

+:I. supper club, which was turned over bors, average 92. '
. to us lock, stock and barrel (the bar- Elbert Hooker is 'winning a prizeof '

rel was full when we arrived and $1.00' for the highest yearly av- Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND

L empty when we left-if you know erage in his grade.. His average is return. Home Building has never paid '

what I mean)) Politicians, who were 94. ... TALK THINGS OVER.CLEWISTON -

'. barred from our business sessions, Beatrice Pratt is. winning a' prizeof dividends of less than 4 percent per year. "- ;..: .::

were admitted to the banquet and if 1.00 for the greatest improve- :
In these days of reduced interest on savings .
you don't think they made the most ment in her work during the year.

' of the opportunity then you just Sixth Grade Monthly Honor Roll-I accounts and reduced returns on other .:< .. ,,

,, don't: know anything about politicians. Hager Lowe, John Bethea. offers r.
Seventh Grade :News= forms of investment: Home Building GV--J' '. ; .

'{ A little guy named Martineck, Exempt from exams in every sub I the conservative, thrifty investor the investment IS},

-;";? who it developed was a professional ject: Renee WethSngton, Margaret best suited to his needs. Investigate '

magician, milled around in the VonMach, Julia Ann Oglesby. r4

:.: crowd pullin' ducks and other knick- Eighth Grade News- Clewiston Home Building Asso- _':

'r}, ; nacks out of our pockets, makin' Exempt from exams in every sub- intend' yfJ
.J ciation whether investing as
., things disappear and disturbin' the ject: Richard Patterson, J. D. Hooker ; you [

peace generally. For a while -,1 Mary Warren,. Hervey Bouinc. little as $?..oO per month or as much as HOME'SUILDI'NG I 1
thought he was a state auditor orsomethin' Exempt only in subjects mentioned -
$1,000.00 in lump sum you'll find a
t': when he started findin' : Maxine Doty, English. History a ASSOCIATION

-:-. dollars in pockets of birds we knew Spelling; Munselle Stone, Science, I Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.

:.:.' never had ariy. He finally wound up English, Spelling; Lewis Leiter, PHONES 102-103

11" ., by removin' Red Edgerton's shirt by health, Arithmetic, Science. ,. History. .
:' yankin' it. out from under coat and :Ninth Grade Ne\\&-

: vest-and when he did that with me Exempt all, subjects: LeRoy Hare,

: lookin' right at him I yelled to the Ivan Cowen, Bernice Guthrie, Billie '
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...................................... FLORINE MOORE ENTERTAINS', and 1
...:..:..:..:.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :, MRS COLLINS ENTERTAINSWITH were won by Katherine Wiandt L. B. MershonAGENT ",
n y LUNCHEON WEDNESDAYMrs. GROUP WITH FLEA PARTY Bob Patterson. Moore Haven Is hav-
*_ Personal Mention :=: ing nine months school and the a-

::: .. : R. H. Collins entertained Miss Florine Moore, member -of ward will not be made there until
. . ......;. New York Life -
':":":":":" :":":":":'-:":":"''''''''''''''''''''''''''''. Wednesday with a luncheon at her the 1936 graduating class from late this month.Commander .

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs!' spent home. A birthday cake was cut for Clewiston High School, entertained Jay W. Moran of the Insurance-
the week-end in Sarasota. Mrs. B. E. Herring and special her classmates and ,a number of oth- local Legion post feels that the giv- CompanyARCADIA
gifts were presented to Mrs. Her er friends with a Cootie (or more ing of these medals encourages the FLORIDA
ring and to Miss Mattie Sams. familiarly known as Flea) party at pupils to expend their best efforts I
- Parker Wilson was a Sunday visitOt Those present ,were Mrs. S. W. her home Wednesday evening.The and It is probable that the custom .,
in Fort Myers.Fr. Houser, Mrs. M. J. Hirsh, Mrs. A. class colors of red and white will be continued.
I A. Munroe, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. were carried out in tallies and deco-
F. J. Finnegan was a Tort My- I Hoomes Rich, Mrs. B. E. Herringand rations. Rooms were decorated in red
ers visitor Sunday afternoon. Miss Mattie Sams., roses and white carnations. Refresh- !
ments of jello cookies and punch I .
RECEPTION GIVEN IN D. W. and J. E. Beardsley, R, E. .:.:
;: Mr. .and Mrs. D. G. Alston spent were served. .,
i;?:;: : Wednesday in Miami. HONOR FR.. FINNEGAN High score prizes were awarded to Kurtz and Otto Larsen, who farm I Lake Harbor Phone NO.l"f-:
-- atomizer anda extensively in territory, were
Katherine Wiandt, an ,
;y: Fr F. J. Finnegan left Thursday I Fr. F. J. Finnegan, pastor of St.Margaret's cigarette lighter to T. D. Smoak. the. guests of the officials of the ,:"._'

'; ;., for Melbourne to make his home. Catholic church here for Ethel Willis received a shell flea 'as State Experimental Station 'at Belle ,"
the past several :years and who left the consolation prize. Glade Thursday with about fifty oth- ,;
Mrs' this week for Melbourne to take over er farmers of the lake and East ,
S. L. Crochet
f Mr. and motored Those enjoying the party were .
'; to Fort Myers on Sunday. the pastorate of a church there, was Misses Annie Mathis, Ethel Willis, ,Coast sections on a tour showingthe Butler's Beauty :
. the guest of honor at a reception results of some of their investigations ,
-- Stone Mild-
Gladys Wiillis, Moe Lilly ,
f* +. Mrs. G. S. Mobley was called to given by Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughnat red Ward, Billie Hooker, Louise on muck-grown products. Shoppe "

": Jacksonville this week by the death their home Tuesday evening.A Bussey, ? Christine Bell, Peggy Gal- Among many things shown and of I'
, of an uncle. large crowd ol members of his lant, Katherine Wiandt, Dorothy especial interest to the local men
Clewiston LaBelle and the seed treatment of visit this )3ji
church of Brown and Jack Moorman, Bob Patterson was potatoesand Every: to shopis
>.i. Mrs. Katherine Bemis of Denver, Moore Haven enjoyed the evening. Ed Clark, Trevalyn Moltz, lima beans, spraying experi-I investment 1\
I Colo., is visiting Capt. and Mrs. Sandwiches and coffee were served. Connie Clark, T. D. Smoak, Vincent ments on tomatoes, potato fertilizer I an

Richardson Selee this week. Oglesby, Jimmie Winn, Merrel Lowe, experimentation and among the in gopd appearance ':.,:
.- DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB) Coburn Moore, Judson Francis, Billy -I most interesting the wonderful re- *. ,
James Willis Moore, of Gaines- WITH DR. AND MRS. EZELLEThe Owen and Ralph O'Neal. sults 'obtained by using bagassee You'll like the friendly home- :\
ville, spent the week-end with his mulch on staked tomatoes. The vines like atmosphere of this 'modern ';
mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore. duplicate bridge club met LEGION MEDALS ARE were enormous, and yielding a great shop.. !You'll appreciate the 'clean f :'

I Monday evening at the home of Dr. GIVEN AT LaBELLEThe quantity fruit of an almost un- cut efficiency of courtesy, of '" ..

:i;. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach and and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. believeable size. pleasing results, :.,';;-.

.'.- children were visitors. at Crescent After several tables of bridge' delicious 'medals given by the Clewis- I For utmost satisfaction-for
::: Beach Sunday. pecan pie and coffee were ton American Legion Post No. 93 to
charm how
. of
I the sake greater ,
'k -- served to the players: Mr. and Mrs.J. .
the boy and girl student in the
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen were J. ,W. COUSECounselor important it is that you come to
E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. M. R.' schools of Clewiston, LaBelle and f
',: visitors in Moore Haven Sunday af a shop like this where, you have ; ,
" Lawler, Mr. and Mis. W. C. Prew- Moore Haven whose scholastic work
: licensed beautician with
a years
ternoon. itt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. and conduct was outstanding during and Attorney at Law
of experience to. serve you.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S.. Mobley were I Wlilfred Lockhart, Mrs. C. L. Downs. the year went in LaBelle to Miss Hopkins Building
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Ful- Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas Nell Weaver, salutatorian, and David TELEPHONE 345;
.j| Miss Dorothy Lockhart and''Law' Stewart, valedictorian, of the 1936 I Wednesdays and Saturdays

:son Jones. graduating class. In Clewiston they 9:30 to 4:00

:;' H. children MRS. OWEN AND MRS. DOWNS
Mrs. J. Oglesby and ,

',' 'Julia Anne and Vincent. 'were business GIVE LUNCHEON THURSDAY n-:-'__ =::: -_: .. _-.,- H-: .. .:_: .-r -__ __: : ',':-_:_ :':n.: '. ..:. -.- --_..,-: -, .- -
- visitors in West Palm Beach --
"':. Monday. Mrs. W. C. Owen: and Mrs. C. L. '
Downs were hostesses at a luncheon Your Home Should Come First

( Mrs. E. L. Stewart. Mrs. R. T. Thursday at the home. of Mrs. 'Owen -

:r,. .1Iitchel1'and Mrs. W. 'F. Simpson honoring Mrs. Richardson Se-:

:. were inVest Palm Beach on busi- lee. CATER'S FURNITURE CO.-
, ness Monday. Invited guests were: Mrs. Kath-

I erine Bemis, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, .:
: -
Mr. and Mis. Clifford Saturday Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. C.Kolstad ,' ,
and son, Richard, of Lake City, were Mis. G. E. Linkswiler, Mrs.
the guests of Dr. J. G.. Niblack Wed- W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. H. A. i, ,a
nesday. Bestor, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. W. o 0' '

C. Prewitt, Mrs. D. J. 'Williams, Mrs. Living Room LET US FURNISH .; Dinette
Mrs. J. W. Moore, Miss Louise O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.F. '
Moore' Mrs. J. G. Niblack and' Mrs. I. Hill and 'Mrs. M. 'W. Bigg. I Suites YOUR HOME ON OUR Suites .
M.; J.. Hirsh were shoppers in West "
-0- -
Palm Beach Friday. DR. SCHIFFLI ON

, '" CRUISE TO CUBA -- ,,Bed Room "::1. Simmons .r

,;- Mrs.. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs., H. C. Suites .
Kolstad and son, Kim, spent Fridayin Dr. O. F. Schiffli sailed Monday Special Budget : Springs '
Fort Myers. Glenn M. Sears returned frpm Miami aboard the S. S. Floridaon

home with them. a three-day convention cruise to Room ,
DInIng ''
Cuba with approximately three hun- Mattresses S.,
S. A. Nail, ,of High Springs, returned dred and fifty other Florida doctors Suites
.'' here this week to make his and their wives, members of various -' Pial -0-
':' home. He has accepted a position as organizations of physicians and sur- --:- .: :::: : Streit '
manager of the local Gulf station. geons on their annual' conventions. Electric : J .
", :
Convention sessions were held Slumber .
Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. H. O. daily aboard ship during'' the cruise Refrigerators, '
ChaIrs I
ti, Peters, Mrs. G'.' J. Potter, Mrs. F. H. with general sessions and 'scientific -0- For Glades Folks
Moltz and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley spent discussions taking up the scheduled "
Monday visiting in West Palm meeting times. Congoleum ," .. -
. Beach. Baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith, SHOWER AND TEA -0- :
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Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and "
Florence -0-
Patsy Meredith were the week-end Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. F. .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rowan M. Wright entertained jointly at Oil Stoves .1 Cash '' "/- M Kay
and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Byrd in Jack- Mrs. Duff's home Wednesday after-I .
sonville. : .
noon with an informal tea and .
shower honoring Mrs. Richardson Bigelow Jane 1937 -" -o- ': :
- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mr. Selee who left this week for a short
.. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Glenn .1\I.1 j visit in Miami before leaving for Sanford Howell
I Sears, Miss Peggy Lawler. Kim Kol-i Virginia to make her home. Chromium a
stad and Bobby Lawler enjoyed a Mrs. Selee received many beauti- and 1 May 1937 .. I ,

trip around Lake Okeechobee Sun- ful gifts and guest gifts were also Mohawk .r" Settees .
day. presented to Mrs. Katherine Bemis

and Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler. Rugs : Chairs
j fTableFloor
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen entertained Others present included: Mrs. H. At Regular Prices 'i :

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters A. Bestor, Mrs. <
and daughter, LaDeen, Mr. and Mrs. I I Stewart, Mrs.! O. F. Schiffli, Mrs.
J. A. Rumbley and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. D.' J. Williams, 0 --
Leslie Miller with a dinner party Mrs J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. J. B. Lamps

,,.;.' Monday evening. I Scharnberg, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.C. -o' Pepperel ,
',;::::.'; I I L. Downs, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt : Free Delivery to I. Sheets

;4i'. Glenn M. Sears left Tuesday for I'' and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt.M1NDERHARTSFIELD. Occasional All Points Of The Cases .
:::J his home in Shellman, Ga., after a Chairs Pillow :
v:r' visit of several weeks with his' .. Glades With Our Trucks :h

}./: .. daughter, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and -0- -0Studio -
'. '
family. Mr. and Mrs. Kolstad accompanied The engagement of Miss Marjorie : 0 Spreads '
;;";'> him to West Palm Beach. Temple Minder, daughter of Mr. and I "

.. .'.. Mrs. E. G. Minder o'f Slayton, Minn., Couches Our Present and Future Blankets.
:. :.. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and Keith Hartsfield of Fort Myerswas
Towels :
, -.:. Mrs. Leona Durrence visited with announced by Miss Minder's 1 -0- Business' Built on Our Past : ". .
': I'
'',. \, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Durrence in Fort mother at a luncheon given- last Kitchen Service Ask Those Who Curtains' '
Myers over the week-end. Mrs. Leo- Thursday in St. Paul, Minn. The 0
na Durrence remained In Fort Myersfor I wedding is to take place in Slaytonin I Cabinets Have Traded With Caters. -- l S

a short visit before returning to August. I IMr. "Faultless"I I I0 "
her home in 'Glennville, Ga. Hartsfield was one of the 0
most popular of the government engineers -I Armstrong 'Speed 'Queen" .=f
R. H. Pilsbry and Miss Anne Har- on the Lake Okeechobeo ?'
bison of Philadelphia and Mr. and work and has scores of friends in I Inlaid WE WANT YOUR Washing

Mrs. J. L. Bailey of San Diego, Cal., I this district who. will be glad tot I Linoleum Machines {
7'iwere visitors in Clewiston on Friday] know of his forthcoming marriage.At I BUSINESS
: and Saturday of last week. Mr. Pils- present he is an inspector on the -0- -

' bry Js an eminent conchologist, associated dredge "Duplex" engaged in work j 0'j:
."-q.';',, with a museum in Philadelphia on a contract of the MacWilhams''
and Mr. Bailey is also Inter- I Dredging Company at Atchafalaya,j i '

' ested in the study of shells. The Louisiana. Miss Minder spent the!I J. J. CATER FURN. CO. ;
party spent some time studying winter at the Seminole Inn in In-
shells picked up on the levee around diantown last year with her father

I Lake Okeechobee and stated that and mother and she is known and I I 333 DATURA WEST PALM BEACH 7" N. DIXIE. ; I II
i they had found much
interesting loved by many of the engineering set

material. They. expect to return here who will welcome her warmly into I ,
for further study at a later date. government circles. ---I.-: ,
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The Little Fellow t

Was Merely CuriousHis

little, freckled face made a
smudge against the plateglass win-

dow In front of an F street quick

lunch place.Customers.

watched him for some

time as his eyes grew big and wideas

By DORNFORD YATES he contemplated the hot dogs and

hamburgers that were sizzling on the

Copyright br Minton. Belch: Oo. WNU Benlc.. griddle.
Finally, a woman sitting at, the

counter near the window, 'got up and
walked out to where the little
CHAPTER IXContinued15 help him, though. I diverted the house-I sovereigns meant seventy thousand been there. The old fathers, they wasn't fellow
I stood. ,
hold's attention while he got my pounds. half pleased. His lordship come to Ma
"Florin ticked-off -the suspects. wretched brother Into the car. As for The calculation bore fruit. senses as we was gettln him out, butI asked."Are you hungry, sonny?" she

'Your ladyship, myself, the valet I his ultimate disposal-well, when 1 Before I had finished my sum, I don't think he cared what happened "
Rachel, both the night-watchmen. .' look at you, I feel humble. I acknowl- knew where Pharaoh would be. And -his head was too bad. An' when he "No, ma'am, came the reply. "I

hesitated there I In the edge a master brain. "The Gordian knot that was as close to the castle as he saw the monks an' the gateway, I thinkhe was just wondering, how many of
"He so dug
of it he will unloose. Familiar as his could bring the Rolls. thought he was deaa. I gave tbem those I could eat If I was hungry."-

spurs." 'Is that absolutely all?' garter.' A moment's reflection assured me your note and I showed them the Philadelphia Inquirer. '
"Pure chance said lightly. that Pharaoh would make no use of :
'Captain Faning knew,' said Florin. Geoffrey 'punctured wound. I'd made It with
lifelike start. "I'd painted the river just there, and the entrance drive. That was too dan- my trousers' buckle, same as you said.
"I most
gave ,
'Captain Faning!I' I cried. "So he the monks were very kindly and obvi- gerous.I That was good enough for them. Four Canadian May Help England,

did. And his servant, too.; ously simply stamping to use their was ready to wager 'fortune' that of them carried him off, an' two of Establish Baseball League
"It was Forln's turn to start. skill. You know. Any friend of n.lne-" the Rolls was now standing In Star- the others rushed off to heat the Irons.I .

'And his servant he cried. < This told me the truth of the matter. light-the lovely coppice less than two only 'ope they don't take his leg off." With the migration of Canadian

'Yes, yes,' I cried. 'Both of them I knew where Valentine was. And that miles from Yorick. And where the My cousin strove to steady his voice. baseball players to England likely to

knew. His servant was there last night.I was some GO miles off-In a private Rolls was, was Pharaoh ; her way was "Hush," he saId. "Her ladyship knows equal the exodus of hockey stars, It
ward. This stood remote its windows his line of advance and his line of enough."
didn't know 'it when I was speakingto Is learned that George (Knotty) Lee,
the cloister of the retreat. The thing stood out. In the I turned to Helena
you. But he was behind the curtain.I commanding convent see, approaching."All's a Canadian promoter may accept an
don't know why. } to which It belonged. The only woods between Starlight and Yorlck well," said Geoffrey. "Your offer to go overseas to organize the
patients admitted were those alleged somewhere there Pharaoh would be.I brother Is safely bestowed. I think
"Then I called upon Florin to find sport for English Interests. .He Is -
to have been bitten that were began to wonder how Pharaoh we'd all be the better
by dogs for
you-I gave all sorts of wild reasons breaking to assist In the groundwork of, a .)
would enter the castle. If Rush could "
mad. The treatment lasted fortnight. bread.
must be found. And I league.Dr. .
.why you then}
reach a postern. But how could
"Well there said Helena Helena nodded.
fainted, and good, honest Florin caughtme you
and carried me down to my room. "There are the facts. And now, If you they cross the bridge? "I'll sit with Barley," she said. "I've Pierce's Pellets are best for. liver,

"So you see I'm quite a good actress., please, Mr. Bohun, what do we do?" Here, with a shock of dismay, I remembered got to try and show him the way to bowels and stomach. One little Pellet for

"%Vell, the hunt was up all right. "We take you back to Yorick. 1 that I was unarmed. For a my car." a laxative-three for a cathartic.Adv.

Talk about sensation. I could smell shan't know a moment's peace till moment my hopes seemed dqst. Then Ten minutes later we sighted a good-
I saw that this was a matter In whichI What Is
the lust for vengeance. The hornets you're where you belong. looking coupe, tucked under a rock Trepidation'
were fairly off. Then I heard the In- "And then you're wrong," said Hel must use my wits. My cousin would that looked like a ,eaning pulpit, by The meaning of trepidation 1*
credible news. ena. "I'm going to see the fun." arm me, if I could show him ,rood: the side of a fall. alarm,. dismay or consternation.If .

his Ag Barley slowed down-
'Captain Faning' 'and servant
were gone. In the discussion which followed I -- -- "And now," said Helena.

"The position might be far better, took no part and Indeed I scarcely listened I "May I come with you?" said my Weak Run Down

for Pharaoh's at large. Still. It's very to what.was said, for my,thoughts cousin. "I'd like you to drive." ,

much better than It was. He's not only would not leave the scene In the fragrant "Very well. But Barley must lead. Feeling SluggishCleanse

out of Yorick without any loss of life, valley and at last, since I did I don't know the way."

but his flight has proclaimed him guilty not care, I tired of haling them back This was not at all to my liking, but your intestines of waste
I' of shedding blood. and let them be. happily Geoffrey stepped in. matter-don't allow poisons to con-
tinue to accumulate and break down
I Presently I got and made for the "Barley shall lead," he said, "till
,"' "Well, the rest was very easy. up your vitality and health. For bili-
sent for old Florin and told him most road, while my cousin followed behind.As a we've eaten and drunk. After that, I'd ousness, dizzy spells, sick headaches,
of the truth. I told him that 'Fanlng' I reached the stretch of macad- -4 like to go first. Please do as I say." upset stomach bad breath, or lack
i s Helena hesitated. Then- of appetite due to constipation take
:, was Pharaoh and that Pharaoh wag Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxa-
am"There's "
after the gold; that Pharaoh had killed nothing for It," said Geof-- "All right, she said. tive Powder for quick relief. It is
young Florin and that since you John, frey. "We shall all have to sleep at After some 14 miles we stopped ata mild-but effective-it acts gently.

l 1 could prove this, he was going 'to take Yorick, because of this wilful girl. Per- %wayside inn. The fare was!: rough yet thoroughly and removes that
and all the appointments most rude clogged condition of the bowels. Get
. your life; that he'd only spared 'you haps she'll see reason tomorrow. How ; the large yellow tin box from your
V *111 now-well, to serve- his own ends ; the devil can she lie out all night? but I think we were all four thankfulto druggist. Price 25c.

: that, though that blood was your blood, She's all In now." break our fast. Though they did
not know it, Ias a good deal DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative
': 2oT the'mome'nt I knew you were safe ; "She can't, of course," said I. "But more
f r' but I said that your death was ap- what's that to do with us?" thankful than anyone else; the others Powder
would find plenty at Yorick but
r' pointed and that, Pharaoh being Pharaoh "Only this," said my cousin. "That
only knew when and where I shouldeat
r* nothing on earth could save you she won't sleep at Yorick unless we
again. .
._'' -except his death." do. Her very words."
No more was said of the order the
t.. She turned to Geoffrey."I We strolled down the road In silence[ cars should take, and when our meal o
"': don't have to ask if you agree from time to time turning about
was over, the coupe was under way
. "
with me there. After a while my cousin pushed back before I had taken my seat
:. My cousin shrugged big shoulders. his hat. Quick as a flash-

';> "There's not much more to be told," "As a child," he said, "I never liked "You'll have to drive, Barley," I said. Be Sure They Properly

:;', Helena continued. "I said nothing of jllndman's buff-boys and girls, I meanI "You haven't heard, but Dewdrop stuckme Cleanse the Blood

Valentine, of jcourse. His return now liked It less. That dislike I have, ----- last night. I think he found a mus- kidneys f filter-
' might not be fatal, but he's very much never lost" He put his hands to his cle or something. I'm stiff." YOUR matter are from constantly the blood

better away. At a quarter to eight I head. "I'd give a hell of a lot to know After Some 14 ,Miles We Stoppedat "Very good, sir," said Barley, and stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in
left< the castle a fortress and drove to where Pharaoh Is." a Wayside Inn. took the wheel.A their work-do not act as nature in

AonabeJL""Unarmed I looked at him sharply. The last cause. This would not be difficult. 1 mile or two later- tended-fail to remove impurities that

and unaccompanied?" said few words he had spoken half to himself was so simple a fool that he would "Where's your, pistol 1 said. "I poison Then the system suffer when nagging retained.back-
you may
Geoffrey. but his tone was the tone of a never doubt my good faith. I began to don't anticipate trouble, but now that ache,dizziness, scanty or too frequent
Helena shrugged her shoulders. man who Is worried to death. Because think how to deceive him. you're driving, I'd better have It In urination,getting up at night, puffiness

'': "The rijk was slight: and how could I was fond of Geoffrey, the Instinct "This home-coming stunt," 1 said. case. 1 suppose. you can guess who's under the eyes; feel nervous, miserable
1 take a servant to where I'd left Valentine to share his trouble lifted Its "Won't Pharaoh be there to receive got mine." -all upset.

,i ? Yet It was vital that you head, and In that moment my apathy us-at the mouth of, the entrance' As Barley surrendered the weapon- Don't delay? Use Doan'i Pills.Doan's .
.;; should know at once that Pharaoh was fell away. drive?" "Her ladyship did tell me something, are especially) for poorly functioning -
kidneys. They
s, eut. To my dismay, you were gone, Pharaoh. Yes, where was Pharaoh? "As like as not," said my cousin. Fancy Dewdrop stabbln you." mended by grateful users are the countryover. recom-

but as yoar room door was locked, I and what would Pharaoh do? "The only thing Is that unless he heardor (TO BE CONTINUED) Get them from any druggist.

ccessed you'd left Valentine there and As I asked myself these questions. saw Lady Helena leave the castle,

r my newly awakened Interest leaped he'll never imagine that either of you Says Quagga Is Extinct; D

Y Into life. I saw that here to my hand are outside. So he won't be ready. But a
was the very distraction I needed to we'll have to go by all out All the Creature Once Plentiful

drive my distemper away ; the location same, I'm damned uneasy. I can sym- Beyond all doubt the quagga Is ut-
and destruction of Pharaoh and Pha- pathize with detectives: who are an- terly extinct, In the opinion of Dr. Gra- \VNU-7 IS-38

raoh's men. swerable for the safety Of royalty. And ham Renshaw, British naturalist.

I know well what they'd do. This beautiful South African
very : crea- No 'Need to Suffer"MorningSickness"
Yorick and Its treasure be damnedI -
They'd take her straight to Salzburgand ture resembled In proportions a stout
had my own quarrel with Pharaoh.
f 1t', Ten days ago he had murdered a fellowman put a guard on her room." He pony., With rufus brown body chang- _
gave his head to the air. "I'm temptedto ing to fulvous posteriorly Its head was
; I had sworn to bring him to
go by Plumage, but, to tell you the striped with brown In zebra fashion.Its "Morning sickness"-is caused by an
justice, and so I would. More-a hun-
truth, I'm afraid to get out of the car. neck was banded with broad stripes acid condition. To avoid it, acid must be
dred times more. My duty to Helenawas
: If we meet the fellow' on foot, we're which continued along the body to offset by alkalis-such as magnesia.
over; the yoke that had cumberedmy
efforts was off my neck. damned well done. Will you go with the haunches, where they broke up Into Why Physicians Recommend
ner in her car?" vague Jlne's and spots. The legs and
I began to think very hard. Milnesia Wafers
"No," said I. "I won't. I'll follow tall were white.
Pharaoh would be close to the castle. with Barley behind." Only 16 In all were ever transported These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
Not of course, at Plumage. But Pha- milk of magnesia in solid form-
alive to Europe and two of these har-
"All right, said, Geoffrey, "all right.
the most pleasant to take it. Each
because way
raoh would be close to the castle -
; But Barley's the better shot, so you'dbetter nessed to a smart equipage In London wafer is approximately equal to a full adult
he was up against Time.I attracted much attention In the middleof :
r drive. dose of liquid milk of magnesia Chewed
p-' had no doubt at all that he meantto I thought before replying. the Seventeenth century.In thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct

attack. "Incidentally," I gala, "I haven't a Its day, writes Doctor RenshawIn acidity in the mouth and throughout the

The position was formidable, for pistol to fire-or any sort of weapon, the Journal of the British Societyfor digestive system and insure quick, com-
Yorick in But what the Preservation plete elimination of the waste matters that
was up arms. for the matter of that""You of the Fauna of
were Its walls and sentries, when more won't need one, If you drive." the Empire, the quagga graced the cause dozen gas other,headaches discomforts.,bloated feelings anda

than a million sovereigns were lying "I'd rather have something," I said. South African veldt In almost unbe-
Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and
within? And since finesse had failed, "I've been caught bending once through lievable numbers.
48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in
Pharaoh was going to do what Pharaoh being unarmed." Unhappily, It was scarcely known convenient tins for your handbag contain

had done before. He as goingto "Perhaps you're right," said Geof before it began to \" nish. Thomas ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximatelyone

II'"The' commit burglary.. Once within the frey. He put his hand to his side and) Pringle, the South African poet and a adult dose of milk of magnesia. All

Position Might Be Far Better." castle, a gang of four such men could unfastened a hunting knife. "Knives friend of Sir Walter Scott, lamentedIn good drug stores sell) and recommend them

have its own way. What were foot seem to be your portion, but exceptmy 1S20 that the quaggas and hart- Start using these delicious, effective
so would come back. Well, we held a men and grooms and porters? Only I pistol, I haven't anything elve." beests had almost totally disappearedfrom anti-acidgently laxative wafers today

'- consultation. His orders were at once troops could cope with the violence The blade was sheated, and I slid the pastures of Albany which Professional samples sent free to registered

-, to 'remove the' Count, and, much as 1 which these felons were ready to offerto the knife Into my pocket without a they had fgrmerly enlivened with their physicians or dentists if request is made n

:, ; ./ wanted to see you, I felt that for every gain their ends. Three or four writhing word. numbers. By 1S36 It only occurredIn on professional letterhead. Select Products, "1 js'Inc. I

; reason those orders must take first servants, and the Countess must "And allow me to add," said my Cape Colony on the borders though .. 4402 23rd St., long Island City, N. Y. l1f"f

place. You see, though Barley knew open: her cellar and bid them take cousin, "that I am Immensely relieved still plentiful farther north ; in 1S.0 I 35c & 60cbottles
r< where he'd left you, neither he nor what they would. Who knew better to see you showing some signs of tak- the hide-hunting Boers began to exterminate : :-
Jf:: '. I had a map. I've been looking for than Pharaoh that ruthlessness pays? ing thought for yourself. I take off the game for their skins and

you 'for six hours. I sat down and I remembered that Helena told me my hat to valor, butt to valor plus dis- the last two quaggas of the Great Kar 020c

:" cried once. Sabre'll bear me out. that when she went to Salzburg she cretion I go on my knees." roo desert were shot In ISO.::). tins

: :.'. "Great heart," said Geoffrey quickly,, carried a thousand sovereigns; that And at that moment we heard the,

I. .. and touched her hand. these were contained In two boxes; drone of a car. 'j Beginning of Gymnastics

Helena smiled. that each of these weighed nine'' Two minutes later Barley drew up Modern gymnastics date from, the ,..
M Ip a Me
"The glory to Sabre," she said. "And pounds. Allowing for ,the weight of the beside us, In a smother of dust. early Nineteenth century, when Ludwig -
for al") the good I've done, I_ might boxes, I reckoned that the Rolls could I "0. K.?" said Geoffrey, shortly. Jahn established several Turn- "" T"C VEp FCT ANTI ACID

' have given Barley a message-he'll be carry at least fifty thousand sovereignsin I "Every time, sir," said Barley. "It platze in Berlin, and land, In Sweden

here In half an hour. I was able to I canvas bags. And fifty thousand couldn't have gone more easy If you'd devised his famous system. ,, The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer


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ODDS AND ENDS "These Three"
Starting Right is a picture that you can't afford to miss

Toby Wing is actually going to
GET up right In the morning.! make a picture at last "The Trail
to bed right at night.
! OUR COMIC SECTION of the Lonesome Pine" is such a success
Start ; joy In your heart, hopeIn
the future, kindness In your everywhere that all studios are going
purpose. in for outdoors pictures Leslie

If it is a dark day, never mind; Howard's son Ronald has been workingas

you will lighten it up. Give a an extra in "Romeo and Juliet" .
word of cheer, -a kindly greetingand Shirley Temple has learned to ride a

THE FEATHERHEADS 0wlyrar/L, Just Clowning a warm handshake to your bicycle and she's crazy about it .
friends. "Little Lord Fauntleroy" is a grand,pic
If all of us would only think turization of the.famous book, although
off LOOKwE HAVEN'T ,. __ d how much of human happiness Is Freddie Bartholomew had his way and

CIRcuS poSTER! BEEN To A ; made by ourselves, there would be does not wear golden curls or a velvet
CIRCUS"IN less of human misery.If suit Incidentally, his father and
COMtN Cr all of us would bear In mind mother are still trying to get part of his

NEXT YEARS that happiness is from within and earnings Paramount will make four
not from without, there would be pictures in color And Twentieth
a wellspring of joy in every heart Century-Fox will film "Ramona" the

and the sun would shine forever. same way .- First thing we know,
: IllLiL CLwd Try it!-L., M. black and white pictures will be on the

: shelf with the old silent ones.

-o [ )- i- c 7'TT jl Dainty Collars and

STAR DUSTL Jabots to Crochet



Western Newspaper Union.

&.,< By' VIRGINIA VALE tikn
Cj tA flr

. .f- -THE LAST Ho-NO// HOW FASCINATEDEA1( in "Follow theFleet"

..' Of'UALL: accuses AREOU WERE fay SNE' or hears her sing on the
radio with Ozzie Nelson's band
fAySs ought to meet her well
Acrs-IT /
THE she's decidedly worth meeting.To .

H.rreNSE/ : begin with, she is much I
prettier in real life than in pictures.And L
to see her as the demure music I n IrJ III jf i S'f r

,.,'. teacher who, as Ginger Rogers' sis-: '
r.:. ter falls in love with Randolph
. .
-' Scott, gives you no idea whatever of
what sort of girl she is. She is magnetic Pattern 113C

f:> delightful charming. And she High time to be thinking up fresh
t is of the few who have hada
one girls accessory notes for spring wardrobe,
,t,". career thrust upon them. I isn't it? Then what better than
;,r 'C'7 She never did want to go on the these airy, lacy collars and dainty
; stage, but she had to earn her'living. I jabot for giving last year's frock a
And when she was very young her "lift" and changing this year's so It
r, mother pointed out to her the fact wins recognition! There's
....... -....-. ." an open
that better to train for
; ; i. it's a pro front collar' in a square mesh design -
,: fession that pays well than for one a triangular collar that closesin

; FINNEY OF THE FORCE tJ d S2St.: :; A, Different Aim that never will bring much money. back, both easy to do In petite
__ "Better a dancer at one hundred a boucle. The soft, flattering Jabot of
. week than a stenographer at fifteen," mesh with "nosegay" of Irish rose
You Di'T 'said Mama, or words to that effect. Is made In cotton.
WELLSAR&E- DO So wELL So Harriet became a dancer. She appeared Pattern 1130 comes to you with

.: 'f. I MADE A PMIJDY DID You 2 I at one of Broadway's big detailed directions for making the
. Nol movie houses, and on the "oad In collars shown; an illustration of
musical shows. And she worked so
them and of all the stitches needed;
'- d.: EVER hard that, at nineteen, she had I to 'material requirements. -

.stop. --K- Send 15 cents in coins or stamps
PISToL GOoD/ Did ;you hear the recent broadcastof (coins preferred) to The Sewing Circle -
RANGE!- Paul Whiteman's birthday cele- Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth

. bration? Of course, Ave., New York, N. Y.
...., sirs It came at a bad
houronethirty ins
: i id f { :s f)1: the morning, Eastern -

..r: ;,' Standard time;'
;, .' its line
: NBC kept ,,
open after midnight
l:> f for It. The Paul A Smart Man
Whiteman alumni Teacher-Who was the world

v ,a staged it-and what smartest man 1BoyTnomas
I ( :. i Kt a list of well-known Edison. He invented ,
,, people 'once worked the phonograph and radio so that : ,-
S' for Paul! Morton people would stay up all night and,
J WELL-1F. (oU JwAL-.IF 01 i HAD AS Bing Crosby Downey, BIng Cros- use his electric light bulbs


t Like'VOLJ CAN AS 01 NAVE HAD EQTirs- Ferde Grofe and George Gershwin, Ting a Ling :;
:::::: the composers and Mary Margaret uncertainI'm
:;::: BE No DOUBT Ol WOULD Though life is most
VoLJ'D .
EAT- l :McBride, whom you may have heardon sure of this one thing
)1i I T4E CNAMPEEtJ BE, BETTER AT ITO the air as Martha Dean. That when I'm In the bathtub :

i -*- The telephone wild ring.
And, speaking of Morton Downey,

he's sailing In May to keep concert Fat Man's AdvantageA
in and Ireland
-and how he loves to go to Ireland!
O his brethren-he knows where hli
.', *- t
'r cigar ashes will fall.
For a long time it has been Ruby

" Keeler's ambition to be a great woman First Word
golfer; being a good actress anda '
Paw Adam created
why was.
marvelous dancer meant little in
comparison to that.
Father To give him a chance to
She's been playing golf for some
say something.
time, and recently she went into the
Southern California women's tournament -
Remote Control Cooking
,r ,. woa three matches, and was
. Black-DinIng in a restaurant?
,. put out in the last round. Looks as
\ \., Where Is your wife tonight?
If she might achieve e that ambition
Blue-Broadcasting cooking hint
,,-' HARD JOLT home horses and a fellow told me I'd WILL HELP A LITTLE after all ,
the radio. ,
" over
'.' find a spanking team around here. Do P
you know where they are?
Youngster-I'll say They're
my house-pa and malOne
; 1 rl Way to Keep Her Quiet I TRY

IL T ..rir After telling his fair patient to put I : .WRIGLEY'S
out her tongue, the doctor continued 11
;; / \ \ writing out the prescription. Whenhe ..
had finished he turned to his 'patient
and said: "There, that will do."

"', "But, doctor," protested the lady, "I think I'll have my beauty nap 11Y
"you never even looked at my tongue." now." Tex like to see that office boy.
'I "It must be nice to have a lady's "No," replied the M D, "It wasn't "Well, take a good long sleep, dear." J of ours thirty years from now."
maid 1"G. necessary. I just wanted you to keep "Why so?" ''

"Yes, but It's annoying the days the quiet while I wrote the prescription." Would Wait to See e4. "He ought to make a wonder afl
\ cook doesn't come, and you have to -Pathfinder Magazine. Little Billy's] grandmother was go- a tired business man." m

..'.,. cook for the lady's maid." Ing to California and she asked him tic?;v':
',."t Wholesale Scale before she started: w
:, "Host" Sense Old Salt-Once In New Zealand' I "Arc ;you going to miss grandmotherafter :
: A darkey came home all flustered was caught 1 na terrible earthquake. she Is gone?" lR G LEY' '
one day and told his wife: "Liza,'rze Visitor Were you frightened? "I'M have to wait and see," be replied.
got a lawsuit on me hands. Old Salt-Not at alL I can tell you .-Indianapolis News. SPEWRMll'NV
Liza replied: "Dat's fine, Sam. tao earth trembled more than I did.
Take nit often yo' hands and put hit He'll Get Along: >;_ '' TdE PERFECT GUM ,
I on yo' bac. Dem ole overalls look coal Two Plus Four's Six Mother-I hope you didn't take a
l I glomerous." Teacher-Ca'n you name six animals second helping of cake at Jean's birthday

that Inhabit the Polar regions, Willie? party. Sonny.
He Know William-: Yes'm. Two sealg and Sonny-No, ma, I took two piecesthe SJElttlES THE NERVES
: Farmer-Say, sonny, I'm looking fort four pour bears. first time.

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FOR COUNTY JUDGETO the past 14 years during which timeI trict has been designated as the Chairman Board of Public I

LaBELLE NEWSCarson I have served as Secretary of the place of voting In said election. Instruction,. Hendry County

THE VOTERS OF HENDRY Hendry County Democratic Execu- All persons who pay tax on per- Florida. _
COUNTY: tive Committee as President of the ATTEST:
sonal or real property in said Spec-
Miller and Leonard Luckeyleft With a deep sense of appreciationfor Young Democratic Club, and am at
ial Tax School District, and are oth- E. L. STALLINGS, M
last Sunday to go Macon the support you have given me i present Tax Assessor for the Cityof erwise qualified to vote, are eligibleto Superintendent of Public' i .J
whero they will take an examination in my first elective term, I hereby LaBelle.I vote in said election. Instruction. '
before entering the Navy. announce my candidacy for reelection will endeavor at all times to
Mrs. Berton Poor and Miss Josephine as County Judge of Hendry have taxes as reasonable and as ,DREW HAMPTON, I April 3-10-17-24, May 1, 1936.

Poor were visitors in Fort My- County, Florida, subject to your approval nearly equalized as possible.!
in the Democratic Primariesof Your support will be greatly ap-

ers John Saturday.Stewart: left Sunday to go June, 1936. all preciated. Thanks.DENNIS SMALL. ....N.........................4.......MN. .....NNNNNNNN. . ......NH.. ..N......................................N......NNN. ....INN. .......NN.. ..
fairness to
My past record for : .z
to Cleveland, Ohio, where he and the manner in which I have -.

visit with relatives. conducted the affairs of this officeis ::: 5:
Miss Mildred Hill, Harold Newell an open book to those who wish 1

and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Luckey to investigate.I I 1 1
attended the show at the Arcade believe that my age, training as. FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER '
Theatre in Fort 'Myers last Sundaynight. an attorney, and previous experi-, District Xo. 1, Hendry CountyIt I'I'CLEWISTON '60LF III

ence, enable me to render more efficient -

Mr. and Mrs.. G. F. Lloyd and j service in this important of- is my intention and desire at
Misses Ruth, Doro- this time to announce myself as a
their daughters fice.If
fit to re-elect me as re-election memberof I
you see candidate for as
thy and Edna, spent last Sunday vIs- your County Judge, I promise, as I the Hendry County Board of Pub- \ COURSE t

iting in Haines City. far as in me lies, to give Hendry lic Instruction subject to the Demo- '

Miss Genevieve Summers of Moore County an honest, capable and dej cratic Primaries in June. .t. : 'S. ..i.sY .
Haven, visited with her sister in. La- pendable administration of the affairs tion of your' loyalty and contill\la-1 f't. :

Belle the first of the week. of the office. will be appreciated. .
Miss Nellie Weaver, Miss Mildred Your vote and support will be M. E. VON MACH. 't. .'y v,. 1IIIty -..... :::

Roberts, J. W. Hampton and Walter greatly 'appreciated. .:- I .
Thomas visited in Fort Myers Sun- H. A. RIDER. .

J. C. Renfroe and Mrs. R. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Roberts of Immokalee. were visitorsin FOR REPRESENTATIVE

LaBelle last Friday afternoon. -- I am a candidate for the office of
Miss Evelyn; Burhans and Miss To the Democratic Voters of Hendry Superintendent of Public Instruc- \\\ Open to the Pllbllc1 I

Edna Moon motored to Clewiston County: tion. : ,
Monday afternoon. Hiss Burhans re- I wish to announce my candidacyfor If chosen, I will discharge the duties -

mained to spend a few days with Mr. the office of Representative for of the office faithfully and im- Y. .'
Hendry County subject to the will partially.I '. .{.
and Mrs. McSwain Mahon. : -
of the voters in the June Primary. solicit and will appreciate active X ? -
Miss Helen Risley of Miami, is
Though living in Clewiston I own support in the approaching Demo- : hX
visiting her father, Joe Risley. and operate a business in LaBelle cratic Primary.: V +

Miss Ida Forrey and Jimmy Loftin and therefore am vitally interestedin S. A. GRAVES. .: .-oIIGI!!! !' '..
were. visitors in Fort Myers Sunday.Mr. the development and welfare of I (
Y ?
and Mrs. G. M. Watson and all sections of Hendry county, and .t.. .'.

sons,! Gerald and Billy, visited in pledge my untiring efforts to obtain f FOR COUNTY JUDGEI ':. ..!'..

Moore Haven Saturday night. early Your construction vote and support of Road will 164.be ap :;: Moderate Green Fees =*:

preciated. hereby announce myself as can- 't. .
MOORE HAVEN TEAMS didate for the office of County =
KEATHLEY BOWJEN7 : Exceptional Fairways :
\ WIN LEAGUE TROPHIES S Judge of Hendry County, Florida, Pi :
subject to the approval of the vot-

(Moore Haven Democrat) ers in the Democratic Primary, June I Interesting Greens'i !

The Moore Haven Red Devils basketball 2.
FOR SHERIFF Your vote and support will be ap Iv
quintet of Moore Haven High &

ended night by the winning 1936 season a hotly Wednesday contested I re-election wish to announce to the office my candidacyfor of Sheriff preciated. BILL MADDOX.. III.................................................................................................................................. ..............=. -_

game from Boca Grande 16-15 The of Hendry County, subject to the I II I I
win decided the tie for the Four Democratic Primaries in June.I FOR ,SHERIFFTo I

County League lead in favor of the am making this race solely on :
local boys and they like the local my record of law enforcement and the Voters of Hendry County: ,:= -------#.'- .- -" : : : .:::_ -:-_'- :.:-a; '.=, _' ; :_ : ':=i, ....
girls team, brought home the league fair dealings to all, and assure the I hereby announce my candidacyfor

trophy for their school.: people of Hendry County that the the office of Sheriff of Hendry
policies of this office will not I subject to the Democratic
Due to the fact that the local boys county
dropped a' game to the Boca Grande change. Primaries in June. I have been a
Your vote and support will be ap NOTICE
resident of Hendry county for the '
boys last week by the most lopsidedscore
of the season, they went into preciated. past sixteen years and feel that I -' ;: ",
H. L. DELANEY. am capable of carrying on the''work 1- "
the play-off at Fort Myers I :
game of the office in an honest and fear- 1 ;: .::
Wednesday night with the West less manner and of giving the peopleof

Coast lads top-heavy favorites to FOR REPRESENTATIVE the county a conscientious ad- toCandidateS""i. { > :
win. However it was evident from ministration if elected. Your vote ,.. ,:
."-I.( -
the opening whistle that the local and your support will be appreciated. .;.-, < ,
In making my announcement for ;:
lads were a far different team to the re-election to the House of Repre- .

one defeated in Boca Grande and the sentatives from Hendry .County, sub- DOUGLAS THOMPSON.FOR .

half ended with Moore Haven lead- ject to the Democratic Primary of' "

ing 8-0. This lead remained until June, I wish to state that I am particularly I l
the end of the, third quarter when interested in the 'welfare I TAX ASSESSORTo

Boca Grande overcame the local lead of the schools and the completionof I I

and went into the lead for a short the North and South road from i the Democratic Voters of Hen-
Venus to Everglades City known as dry County:
time. With two minutes left to play -
State Road number 164, and will I hereby announce my candidacyfor
the score was tied 14-14 and a foul
use 'my efforts in the interest of the office of Tax Assessor in The will in Have
shot made campaign, soon start earnest.
Boca Grande ,
good gave '
each, or any other matter affectingthe Hendry .County, subject to the actionof
the lead. A few seconds later however County and its Citizenship.I the Democratic Primaries in June.

one of the local forwards tossed believe experience gained as a Your vote and support will be greatly you made arrangements for your

I a field goal from the floor to member of previous sessions of the appreciated. ,

cinch the game for Moore Haven. Legislature 'will enable me to render R. N. MILLER.

the ,very best service to Hendry -
County and I shall appreciate the I Campaign Cards ,:

............-'..\....................................................................................... support and influence of every' citizen .
and voter. I Leaflets ) :
I wish to announce my candidacyfor
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS re-election as Tax Assessor for :
Hendry County, subject to the will Placards :, .; ,

of the Democratic voters in June.I .

' TAX COLLECTOR am seeking re-election solely on Dodgers
: my record of fairness to the taxpayers -
A Democrat-born and raised in and fairness to the county. I will
. (Paid Political Adv.) Other
' Campaign PrintingOur
old Lee County, went to school in continue the same policy in futureas

r. -:-'...:..:..:-'...:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:, Fort Myers and LaBelle and then in the past-Fairness to all.
:. took a course in Massey Business Your vote and support will be, ap-
I. TO THE VOTERS OF HEXDRY College. Came back home and worked preciated.
COUNTY: at intervals for fifteen years in HURD L. REEVES.TO Prices Are, Reasonable *:: ';

t general mercantile and hardware 1J:, ,
i: I am a' candidate for re-election business combined with post-office S,;
. THE VOTERS OF HEXDRY Our Work Is Exacting \ :
' : C as' your Clerk of the Circuit Court. for one employer who is now a liv- 0 .:
' I appreciate the overwhelming vote ing reference at any time.I '
\' have I Our Service Is : ,>
; 'you always given me, and if then finished a normal school Prompt
:::..'. you see fit to re-elect me I will continue took examination ,
course and taught LaBelle, Fla.
::. to give my entire time to theit' school for five successive in
years I announce my candidacy for the
office and the '
;.. ment.- same courteous treat- one ing health community.of'mother'On account I was compelled of, fail-- Instruction.office of Superintendent' of Public Let us handle all campaign printing for you.

WILLIAM T. HULL.. to give up my school work and I '
I served the schools of this com-
: come home to care for my children.I .
munity many years and will if elected -
then was elected Supervisor of
r-;:. TO. THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS Registration and served five years do my best to keep the doors of Low Prices on Cuts
" the school houses and raise the
p c' OF HEXDRY, COUXTY: and have handled by own businessfor open
r standard of the schools.I .
--- the past twenty years. I feel thatI
k. ". After due consideration I hereby can, qualify for this job providingthe promise a complete separationof

<.' announce my candidacy for Tax good people of Hendry County the schools from politics and I The lowest prices on cuts for cards and
.4, Assessor of Hendry County sub will give it to me. will work for a tenure of teachers
} ject to the wishes of the voters in Your support will be appreciated. based entirely upon their success. in
the Democratic Primary in June. ALICE CURRY BAILEY. the school room. I placards are available this year. Bring in

( I have been Clerk of The City of Upon this platform I solicit your

LaBelle for the past five years. I support..
served your photograph and we can have cut made
as County Tax Collector two
"" years by appointment FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER D. G. McCORMICK.
and four years
(I. by Election. I organized the first District Xo. 1, Hendry County within a few days. Prices on all sizes..

. ,Abstract Company in LaBelle and I ;
have had considerable experience. in This will announce my candidacyfor
' this line of work. re-election to the office of County NOTICE I
g'- At present I am Deputy Tax Col- Commissioner from District No. --
lector and have had daily experience 1, Hendry county,' subject to the Notice is hereby: given that an I Keep your job printing. work at homePAGE ( .

y in handling the Tax Rolls for over June Democratic Primaries.My election will be held on Tuesday

nine years. record is my platform. Your May 5th, A. D. 1936 within Special I
I have. College training and also vote will be appreciated. Tax School District Number' 7, l.r..
':..1.. two years In Law. I have been a cit- D. G.. ALSTON. Hendry County Florida for the ,
c: ; izen of Hendry County for the past purpose of electing three Trustees i one '
sixteen years. : for said Special Tax School District I

If elected I promise Courteousand and for the further purpose of determining i!I
Efficient service at all times and the amount of millage to

;ti; will put forth my best efforts to keep hereby announce my candidacy I be, levied in said Special Tax School I Clewiston News .

_. the taxes equalized and as low as for the office of Tax Assessor in and District for the next.- two years en-
y :
possible. for Hendry County, Florida, subjectto suing.
? : j; I will appreciate the support and the vote of the Democratic Primary Notice is further given that the

influence of every citizen and voter. June 2nd. City Hall in the City of Clewiston .
W.: P. (Bill) ANDRE.WS.: I have lived in Hendry'County for within said Special Tax School Dis-I l jl.. 1J?: g.i'1' _h :.:: : =! : t-::= _: -a"


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