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 8, 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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:Pay Your Poll Tax Before Next Saturday and Be Qualified to Vote On June 2


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MOVED FROM HERE I Dearest of Mothers,

On this day of days I .

:::> : FOR LOCAL TEACHERS DURING PAST WEEKMARKET And I think And would your of your have gentle love you ways know. For. County Offices

My heart is a shrine '
I Where your image dwells,
0 Mother of Mine. 23 Are RegisteredIn Interest Will Center In

: Whatever in me Fishing ContestA Representative Sheriff
< The election of school trustees Shipments of tomatoes from Clew- ,
May be good and true
. ) for the Clewiston school district was iston packing houses got under way '
; in deed .
In thought or And Assessor's RacesWith ::
""I;'" : held Tuesday and Mrs. G. A. Mc- Tuesday night when the first carloads -
... I shall 'owe it to you check-up on Wednesday of this
r". : Gehee, A. O. Ward and D. B. Allen rolled from Stewart's packing
5tr, J Through the web of my life week at the Clewiston Supply show- .
; were elected to serve: as trustees for house. One of these was consignedto
There ed that twenty-three had already entered
softly gleams the last to
yesterday day
the next two Cincinnatti J. E. Beardsleyand
' by '
,; kThe which
( silken weave the fishing contest was
offices Court
, ; qualify county
Only thirty-seven voters were eligible was later diverted to Chicago Of your hopes and dreams. I started by that store last Friday. In- Clerk William Hull
T. was kept busythroughout
to vote in the 'election and where it will likely be marketed to- -Selected. terest is unusually keen this year
the the
'votes C. O. Patrick and Milton day accepting
twenty-nine were cast. Of morrow. and the
in the contest as summer
.. fees of candidates and
filing prepar-
.,.. these Mrs. McGehee received the Patrick also shipped a car on the progresses the number of entrants is
their with the
8) greatest number, 26. Mr. Ward received same day but destination was not ing expense papers '
; expected to increase greatly.
KIWANIANS TO WORK II result that when the day ended at
;:. twenty votes and Mr. Allen, revealed. Only two fish had been registeredin
last there record
l midnight night was a -
.w. nineteen. These were the three Other car-lot shipments went out I the contest at noon Wednesday,
number of candidates whose
?; names printed on the ballot. In ads during' the, week with Beardsley and McGehee five
J. A. weighing
\ one by
will be
names printed on Hendry
" ,,, ':': dition R. Y. Patterson received Patrick each expecting to roll their pounds,' fourteen ounces, registeredon
(,:;>, nine votes, W. C. Owen, nine and third car tonight. Carbone was ex- Tuesday and one weighing five county ballots. There are seventysix ,

:1; .'J'.' Mrs. F. M. Wright, one, written in pected to roll his first car from his pounds and one ounce by his son, Pat candidates for office.

jL' ', the space provided beneath the packing house today. E. Beardsley, in a splendid talk McGehee on Saturday. Mr. McGeheeis Chief interest will center in the

the tomato market before the Kiwanis Club race for Representative, Sheriff and
names of the duly qualified candi- During the week Wednesday the likely winner of the week's

dates.A has grown constantly steadier witha the Tax Assessor with four candidatesfor
evening, emphasized suitability prize unless a larger fish Is broughtin
brisk demand for Florida fruit on each of these offices. There are
millage of ten mills was set for of Clewiston as one of the sites for before closing time tomorrow
northern markets and prices gain- also four candidates for County Sup-

the' coming two years. ing for better quality fruit. Wires the;. proposed storm refuges whichare night, erintendent of Schools, but one of
One disappointed chap was
The ballot boxes
were preparedat received by local growers today in- to be built in the Lake section these Dr. C. E. Weaver, is a Repub-
Guy Nelson who snagged one and
a special meeting of the County
dicated that tomatoes would bring land other areas devastated by hurricanes lican candidate.In .
almost too
School Board in LaBelle Monday I I landed it Tuesday. It was
unusually good prices on the market of past years and, proposedthat the local races neither D. G.
{: night and the list of inspectors, big for him to carry but he proudly
tomorrow. action be taken immediately by Alston for County Commissioner or
deputies and clerks approved. The carried it to the store and had it
board also received the teachers' Demand for smaller size fruit in the club in trying to secure one of I weighed, a six and three-quarter M. E. VonMach for School Board

recommendations of the Felda some cities has made the price goodon these houses for Clewiston among pounder. Guy was not registered in member will have opposition. For

trustees. A' motion was made and good quality, uniform sized fruit the first ones built. I the contest however so could not register Justice of the Peace Shirley Bowden
I '
<" even if small. Tomatoes packed six qualified yesterday while the
: supported that the board approve Mr. Beardsley pointed out the fact his fish. Next day he made
.' by seven in a lug are bringing even incumbent, G. Small, is nota
: the recommendations. There was no I that Clewiston had more natural haste to buy his dollar's worth of

: recommendation for principal of that better prices than the standard six I protection from the flood waters of tackle and get his name on the book. candidate for re-election
;'rte' school. LaBelle trustees have as by sixes. Prices in all markets range Lake Okeechobee than any other Several nice' prices are being i i leaving Mr. Bowden without opposi-

j':" yet not made their recommendations. from $2.25 for mediocre quality part of the lake and that no serious awarded for the biggest bass caught I I tion. Gratton George and G. Hinesare '

fruit to $4.00 for top quality per damage had ever been done by on artificial tackle in Lake Okee- candidates for Constable of this I

;; lug. The standard six by six packed storms here. For that reason he chobee or its tributary streams. district.
r.t: ';,_';; On Thursday night the new local layers
holds in its three 108 to-
: -;. lug feels that this would be a suitable, John L. Hall Is unopposed for
\[ ,; board of trustees met, declared all matoes. The of
:":! <, : offices vacant and proceeded wit average weight a shelt-er New AnnouncementsFor Supervisor of Registration and Louis
is From 575 to
lug thirty pounds.
!I O. Gravely will also return to his .:
the election of new officers. Mrs. lIclfift -
-: to
675 lugs are packed the car. the lake both from the north of Attorney without
(lof area position ,
Gehee was made chairman and A. O. Present indications are that the and south. County Offices opposition.
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":' Ward On, motion secretary.made and supportedthe market time yet will and remain if it steady holds up for as some at" j i' Following his ta 'k,-Mr. .Beardsley ..,. ,_ : ;---L.: : ..... ._" _" ._,',Theco.replete.,.list_ ,of-qualiiedycan-. ...-......- -"," ..! -,_. ._r;;
prepared a set of resolutions, which, last didates is as :
following teachers were recommended present for the' next two or three Among the candidates to

for the Clewiston school for weeks, local growers will have en-*when completed, he read to his fellow qualify this week for county offices Representative: .

next year's term: B., E. Herring, joyed one of the best tomato sea- 1 Kiwanians, a vote was ,taken and who have announced their can- Geo. W. Abbott,

Principal; Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, As- sons of recent years. and the resolutions passed and cop- didacy in this issue are Frank A. Keathley Bowden,

sistant Miss Lavonia: ies ordered sent to'all interested of- Tax Collector W. P.
Principal; Daugherty for Charlie Miner,

u. Congdon, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, ficials. i Vaughn for Clerk of the Circuit Elbert L. Stewart.
Clewiston Wins' First
Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. G. B. The Tobias Quarettte, four negro Court and W;. C. Hooker for Sheriff.Mr. .

gym; Thomas, Miss Lucille Hampton, Mrs. children from Moore Haven, enter- Hooker has been a resident of County Attorney:

W. L. Beacom. Miss Sue Maxwell had Ball Game; Score 6-3 tained with a number of negro spirituals Clewiston for a number of years Louis O. Gravely.

previously expressed herself as not I which were much enjoyed. G. and is one of her best known farm- County Judge:

', wishing to return as she expects to --- S. Mobley and John B. Dotterer were ers. He was born and reared in De- W. T. Maddox ':
The first baseball game of the visitors. .
enter a commercial school next fall. I Soto county.educated in the schools H. A.: Rider,
season on the local diamond, a
There is teacher to be elected there and attended Stetson Univer-
yet one Clerk of Circuit Court: .
I practice game between the Clewiston New Catholic Priest /
;, ;' : if the school board approves the sity for two years. He has servedas William T. Hull,
Engineers team and Moore Haven {
{ recommendations of the trustees county commissioner of Hendry
ended in victory for Clewiston by a W. P. Vaughn, Jr. .
Robbed NiteA ,
This will be a teacher and athletic County and for the past two years ,
score of 6-3. The first game of the I Sheriff: .
e 'r coach. has held an important district governmental -
Lake League will be held on the H. L. DeLaney
M. E. VonMach attended the position. He promises an ,
local diamond next Sunday afternoon thief or thieves entering the honest, impartial and economical W. C. Hooker,
meeting presented the new trus-
between Moore Haven and the local
tees with their commissions. While Catholic rectory through a side door administration of the affairs of the W. W. Hooks, .
team. The other two teams in the
Monday' night took from the travel-
: office if elected
the recommendations made will not Douglas Thompson
League, Pahokee and Belle Glade, ling bag of Fr. J. F.., Walsh, new
meeting Mr. Vaughn also a residentof
be acted until
qr, upon the next Public Instruction:
are not as yet ready to begin. Superintendent
" Catholic priest here, a wallet containing -
of the board in Clewiston, June i Clewiston until a few months ago .-
I The game Sunday, despite the several hundred dollars I S. A. GravesR.
8, it is generally believed that they when he was sent to LaBelle by the '
will be accepted. fact that it was played between two which he had briught from'I U. S. Engineers. He resigned his po- C. :Maddox; ,

teams neither of which have had Melbourne with him last week and I sition with diem in order to run for D. G. :McCormick,

much practice, was interesting from which he had not had time to deposit this office. He was formerly con- Dr. 'C E. Weaver (Rep).

Board Meets To Purge ,start to finish and there was strong in the bank. The colored woman nected with the U. S. Sugar Corp- Tax Collector:

indication that playing rivalry wouldbe who had been to clean
I i oration here and has many: friends Alice Curry Bailey, "
Registration Books strong between the two teams as the rectory and her husband were I II who will wish him well in- his can-
Frank A. Dougherty,
they are well matched. I arrested and are held in jail at La- i didacy. He believes that Democratic ..

Each team collected seven hits off Belle under suspicion. I principles include the rotation of R. V. Hedges (Rep.). I

.Elsewhere in this issue will be I the offerings of the rival pitchersand I The robbery is believed to have i offices and promises an efficient, Tax Assessor: ,

found a legal advertisement con; each team made four errors. The:; taken place between seven and eight courteous and business-like adminis- 1 V. P. Andrews, ::

taining names stricken from the (Continued on page 4) j o'clock on Monday night while Fr. I tration.Mr. R. N.. Miller, ..

registration books of the county I Walsh and Fr. F. J. Finnegan were, Daughtery is the present Tax Hurd L. Reeves, '

I Wednesday when the Board'nf SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAMAT the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ro-i Collector of Hendry county and is Dennis Small

County Commissioners held a special CHURCH NEXT SUNDAYA I gero at a dinner party. When he well known in Clewiston. In announcing County Commissioner' District 1: ..

meeting for the purpose of purging Returned I home he found evidence of for re-election he ,states ,
Dave Alston.
: the books of names of those voters someone having been in the house that he has endeavored to make the
'i:': who were dead or had moved out of special musical program will be I Cocnty Commissioner District 2:
and soon noticed the open bag and county a good official and believes
:: the county or who were otherwise given at the Community church Sunday Ralph Hendry,
discovered the loss. The collection that he has succeeded. If the voters
r::.<:-, i night which will tribute to I t
disqualified from voting. I pay which had been taken at the church believe likewise and re-elect him to Herbert O'Bannon,

Most of those removed are from all mothers. The choir will give sev- I services here and at Pahokee on the the position hey promises to serve Charles L. Yeomans. ,
eral selections, R. N. Smith will
the Clewiston district and are the day before was in the same bag in through the next four years in the Commissioner District 3
"Mother )Machree, a quartet will
names of who were employed
than the duringthe
a more conspicous place same dependable manner as '
r give one number and the I John Burnett, ,
on federal jobs here at the time of 1 wallet but the money was not dis past four.
tion will join in singing several old J. R. Doty
the election two years ago and have turbed. No clothing or other articles 1 .

since moved to other communities. time hymns. have been missed. Floyd Luckey, '
Everyone is cordially. invited to MISS RUTH KNIGHT LV Mark Poole.
attend this service. Fr. Walsh has a big German Police COLT..EGEIAY DAY FESTIVALA
District 3
dog which was tied on a long
LEAVES FOR CHARLESTON PARKER WILSON ACCEPTING: leash near the garage. The leash had program received by friends J. F. Haskew, -- ,

POLL TAX PAYMENTS been shortened considerably. The here this week of the May Day fes- Alto Hires,

The Mayacca quarterboat which thief was apparently making certainof tivities of the Florida State Woman's Rossie :May. '

,.i7 i1'.r has been used at Liberty Point for For the convenience of Clewiston a getaway also for a front window College in Tallahassee last Saturday County Commissioner District 5: ,

several, months as quarters for the voters, Parker!'. Wilson at Alston's had been 'raised through which he shows Miss Ruth Knight, daughterof i
r F. L. Dunaway, .. [
: -'If. crew digging rip-rap rock, left this Drug is receiving poll tax paymentsfor could have gone had Fr. Walsh en- Mrs. H. R. Knight of Clewiston, :{

J .:. : morning for Charleston, S. C., where the county Tax Collector, and tered the house through a rear door. as one of the characters in the pro- E. B. Hull. ..I I

::1 it will be used to quarter a dredge will continue to do so until next Sheriff H. L. Delaney was calledat gram. The pageant "A May Day In Supervisor of Registration:

;,: I crew in that district. Many of the I Saturday, the last day on which the once and hopes to have the guilty The Time of Robin Hood" was very John L.. Hall. .:

A.: U. S. Engineer personnel attended a tax may be paid. parties within a short time. The en- colorful.A Constable District 1:

71+ dinner aboard the boat last night. The service allows the voters to tire community regrets this unfortunate cousin of Miss Knight's, :Miss Gratton George, ,

1 The rip-rap crew has ,been dis- pay the tax here without making the occurence so sooh after the I Barbara Hendry, of Fort Myers, was G. Hines.. f

banded, some of the men going to trip to LaBelle and Mr. Wilson's, new priest's arrival, especially so also included in the cast of char-

other government jobs while others handling these taxes without remun since such things occur so infrequently -I acters as was Miss Edythe Taylor, Justice of Peace District 1

'' have found private employment. erationill be greatly appreciated j here. also of Fort Myers. (Continue* on pag U'
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| *" note of the day In all Its
Events the World Over
WEEK SUNDAY Lesson higher and nobler trend of

thought Is to Include, to share, to

communicate.. Emerson has remarked -
He Used His Other Chance Member of Faculty Moody Bible that "exclusiveness ex-

Two Big Birthdays Stiewer to Be Keynoter for Republicans-Flood Control Western Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union. cludes itself." All that we keep
Rich Worries out we go without. If we admitno
England ,
; Pulse Bill Passes Senate-Battle Over New, one we deprive ourselves

The Elephant's Lesson for May 10 of every one, and If we admita

New York's TItterton murder myth Tax Bill in House. few In order to,lay to our souls

tery turns out not to be "the perfect EFFECTUAL PRAYER the flattering unction of exclusiveness -

crime." we exclude the many. If

The murderer, an : By EDWARD W. PICKARD LESSON TEXT-Luke 18114. you have greater knowledge, finer

upholsterer, care- GOLDEN TEXT-God be merciful to culture, do not exclude but share: ,
the (: Western Newspaper Union. me a sinner.-Luke 18:13.
fully took away and find In it its dlvinest sweet-
r i cord used In his WHEN the Republicans gather In Complete revision of the corporationtax Prayed. ness.-Lillian Whiting.

trade, with whichhe I convention at Clevelandnext system Is the main objective of JUNIOR TOPIC When Prayer

had bound the I June their keynote for their the bill. It levies a graduated tax on Changes Things.INTERMEDIATE. AND SENIOR Counsel and wisdom achieve

unfortunate woman, Presidential campaign will] be soundedby corporation Income, based on percentage TOPIC-How Should I Pray? more than sense.
but forgot that he Frederick Stiewer. of earnings withheld from distribution YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT

had left some the eloquent and hand to stockholders in the. form of TOPIC-How Shall We Pray Effectively?
strands of twine under -
some United States dividends.The .
the body, and From first to last the books of the
senator from Oregon. majority report asserted the A Laxative That
those pieces of cord, Bible teem with the language and
I He was selected to be measure would raise about $803,000 Thousands Prefer
thanks to excellent spirit of prayer. Prayers of every type
chairman of 000 the first but admitted that
temporary year,
police work, trappedhim. are found In the Old Testament-per- Black-Draught has helped so many

The sentImental theconventionbyunan- over a three-year period revenue would sonal] confession and petition, Inter- men and women that others, needinga
vote of the fall]] $334,000,000 short of the Presi
purely vegetable laxative should
who say, cession, and especially praise to Jeho- ,
Arthur Brisbane "Give the poor committeeof dent's budget-balancing program. It vah voiced In private and public prayers. ,have no hesitancy in trying it. Black-
the national committee was added that the deficit could be
criminal another: chance," will note The present lesson offers definite Draught relieves constipation in an
after due con acted on "more Intelligently" next ses Instruction Teacher. easy, natural way. '
that the murderer was a convict on by a great

parole when he killed the woman. He sideration had been _....... .. sion. I. "Men Ought Always to Pray"v. factory"We,have I do found not see Black-Draught any: need to change so satis-,"

bad "another chance" and made use given the names of several Senator ( 1). writes :Mr. Ralph Burch, of Black, Ala. Q

of it. other prominent SENATOR KENNETH McKELLAR Prayer Is necessary to spiritual] life. "I take Black-Draught for biliousness and .
constipation which make me feel sluggish
Republicans. made an attempt to What breathing (Is to the physical body tired and no account. Black-Draught

Berlin reports a great Hitler forty- Observers held that the. motive In reduce by $225,000 the appropriationfor prayer Is to the spiritual existence. surely will relieve me" .
picking Stiewer was a desire of the the federal bureau of Investigation, Men to under Proper use, of this old reliable laxative
celebration including ought pray every varietyof
seventh birthday te..ids to leave the bowels acting regularly.
i fine display of military power-air- party leaders to give the convention a otherwise J. Edgar Hoover's G-men circumstance; In time of sorrow and BLACKDRAUGHTKILLS

planes, war tanks, fighting men, apparently western atmosphere at the start,' with and failed Ignominously. Only McKel- burden, for strength to endure; In timeof

eager for a fight. They were an especial eye to agriculture. The senate lar and one other senator were In the joy and success, for grace to behave

foung and could not remember the has been actively Identified with affirmative on a viva voce vote, and In aright.

last war. wheat growing and his home town, Port- the brief but lively debate several Prayer ought 'to be persistent even

interesting were two land, Is a center of the northwestern Democrats, Including Majority Leader when the answer Is not Immediately
storm troop- battleground of the November elections. Joe Robinson, joined Senator Yanden7 recognized. "All men pray at times,'"
lines in the sung by
His colleague Is Senator Charles L. Mc- berg In denouncing the proposed re- we, are told. To the Christian alone !

ers: Nary, one of the authors of the old duction. The Michigan man's remarks. belongs the faith-filled and persistent'

"Today we own Germany, McNary-Haugen agriculture bill and by i were caustic. Said he: prayer. God hears and answers prayer,

And tomorrow the whole world. many regarded as a possible dark horseIn "I will go as far as the senator even when we do ,not understand the

the Presidential nomination race. from Tennessee In all matters of econ- mysteries of delay.II. .
The day after Hitler celebrated his Governor Landon said he glad to but It to that this !
was omy, seems me The Urgent Prayer of 'a Widowvv. INSECTS
forty-seventh birthday old Rome cele- hear Stiewer had been chosen, and It is a peculiar place to start economiz ( 2-8).

brated her two thousand six hundred was believed Senator Borah also approved ing. The bureau says It needs 175 The picture here Is of a helpless ON FLOWERS FRUITS

ind eighty-ninth anniversary.Ius- for in many ways Stiewer has more men. If the senator wants to widow who was being cheated out of VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

solini celebrates by launching two new proved himself liberal, and at the same save 175 men, I will join him In taking her property rights, coming to a god- Demand original sealed

Italian cruisers and speeding up air- time has upheld the Constitution and that number; from the 18,235 employed less judge for redress. Her only meansof bottles..-., from your dealer

;fa-hers the American form of government. by Doctor Tugwell's resettlement getting help was persistently to de; 3Gyy

Congressman Bertrand Snell of New administration. I will Join him clare the justice of her claim. He com-
)()(),OOO population for Italy not later
Mussolini York, minority leader in the house, In abolishing 175 of the 43,641 jobs under plied with her urgent request, not be-
I han 1950. In 1921 when
I was selected to be permanent chair- Mr. Hopkins I will join him In cause he feared God or man, but to rmrniRELIEF
took- charge, Italy's population was '
man of the convention, a position he removing that number from the 19,548 get rid of her. The point here is not
38,000,000. There soon room
" held in the convention of 1932. Jobs under the HOLC, or the 2,422 jobs that God is like this unjust judge, that
, ind food to'raise more Italians in IN 1 MINUTE!
under the long Interred NRA:
he can be teased Into compliance, but
Ethiopia. Easy for all but the mother.. Apply New De Luxe ,
;' '. DISREGARDING warnings by Sen rather the teaching is by contrast. If Dr. Scholl's Zino-padsj d (

> of Michigan CCUPATIO of Aaals Ababa and through persistence the judge yields, I
F. sensitive
E England, doing well in a business O on any sore or
w> way, with more than $$2,000,000,000 against too hasty action, the. senate all of Ethiopia was the price demanded how much surer is the help of a merciful pot on your feet toes,heels, O io.
Callouses Bunions
- worth of Bank of England notes circulating passed a bill Introduced by Senator by Italy for an armistice In God for the elect who cry unto him or on Corns-and you'll or _

r" among tradesmen, is'coirecting Overton of Louisiana' authorizing the East Africa when the council of the day and night. The believer's prayeris have instant ref -
'. gold and depleting the French reserves. expenditure of 272000.000 for flood League of Nations N to a covenant keeping God. This is shoe They friction atop and

the control work on the lower Msslssipp'lrh'er met again In Geneva. why the truth concerning the comingof pressure; prevent
i; While England tries to keep down ore toes and blis-
a price of her "no-gold" pound, France and Its tributaries. There was Baron Pompeo Aloisi Christ is of such meaning. The ters; ease tight shoes. Also
( no record vote. The bill has no rela presented the ultimatum f =;;,' ,r church should pray for the fulfillmentof g remove corns or callouses.
y Is afraid she will not be able to keep Flesh color; waterproof.Sold .
ap the value of her gold franc, already tion to the omnibus flood control measure on behalf of Dic God's promise, and not be disheart- everywhere.

t : devalued by SO per cent of its now pending which may reach a tator ;f ussolinI. Wolde ened and discouraged, as are some (II .

1914 value. What becomes of the billion. The sum named in the senate Mariam, representing Pet. 3:4)). Though many may despair, 0

"magic In gold?" Our dear old dollar bill]] Is authorized merely to he appro- Ethiopia, countered we should be assured that genuine

: Is worth only 59 cents, and only dealers priated and will have to be put in a with a reques' that c .. .' faith will abide and that the divine

:;' In exchange know It. deficiency ,appropriation bill. Senator the league invoke all promise concerning the coming of
Overton declared It was Justified by penalties against Italy Christ will be fulfilled.

};: Doctor Benedict of Carnegie laboratories emergency conditions. under article 16 of the III. The Prayer of the Proud Pharl

r finds .that the adult elephant's In addition to the 272 million dollars covenant, these Including see (vv. 9-12). IHOTCIIYROUGIIp
Baron AloisI
heart beats from 22 to 30 times a there is authorized an appropriation of military sanctions 1 He took a striking attitude (v. complexions f''.

minute, less than half the human 15 millions to be allocated by the sec as well as the economic penalties 11). The Jewish custom was to stand
which improved,and smooth skin often re-
the league has been to
heartbeat, and the elephant heartbeat retary of'war and used In rescue work' trying while pvaying. but the word "stood" by daily; treatment withFALLING

5-" Is nine strokes faster when the, animal or repair and maintenance of flood euforce. The British and French dele- Implies the assumption of ostentation.
gates explained the stanu of their respective and trusted In R l
Is lying down. Man's heart beats control works. He was self-righteous l
governments in the embroglio.
= ,i more rapidly while he stands-because himself.
then The league was helpless and having 2. lIe with himself (vv.. 11,
it must raise blood the JUDGE HALSTED L. RIT- prayed
FEDERAL received the discouraging report of
full height of the body. Old poets, was found guilty on the conciliation 12)). He was merely soliloquizing, pretending -
committee, was compelled
:; :' with tired hearts, should do their writ- Impeachment charges by the senate and ] to confess It could not find to thank God, while really compl1men'ting HAIR
Ing lying down-the bloods flows horizontally himself. He congratulated
removed from office being the fourth
means attaining peace. France will DANDRUFF-BALD ?
with little heart-effort. federal Jurist to be himself upon his morality (v. 11). He
not consent to the Imposition of mili- call for
claimed to thank God that he was not
ousted In this
,2ft manner. tary sanctions, and Great Britain naturally regular use of
England is pleased ; Sir Robert Had .' On each of the first ]] will not undertake to enforce them as other men : extortioners, adulterers Glover's MangeMedicine
;::. field, who makes tough steel, announces % A six articles of Im- unjust, or even ns the publican fol-
herself. It
by the Ethio-
::,'. a shell for British naval guns : ::i!i : ; peachment a majorityof appeared poor standing afar off. One who has been lowed bya sham-
;: ;* pians were to -be abandoned to their f-
;: : that can pass unhurt through armor :v.- senators voted for fate, meaning the extinction of their kept from the grosser sins ought to : poowithGlover'sMedicated t)
L_J': plate twelve inches thick and explode ftt'F' i ?':' his acquittal but on thank God, but should not set himself Soap. .
.\"" : 'h ; ; empire and their exploltttlon by Italy. Start today,or have!
on the other side. "One shell of above his fellow men, as though the
:ffi.<,.'lL ,', the seventh article, Anthony Eden In his address to the 'fu your Barber give
kind fired In the region of the maga i' .;','rJ, 'w ..i which' was a general- council warned France that she might virtue were his own. He congratulated .i'W- ,\:i61 you treatment Glover's!t
: zine would probably 'cause destruction ;" M':t .Y {R ized summary of 'the himself for his religious merit (v. 12)).
.ti. expect from Great Britain no further
of a modern battleship." England is'
!a' manufacturing the shells rapidly ; i. be was convicted by a France had given against Italy. tithes of all he possessed. He thus. DruggistsFor by .-

others are Informed God that he did even more
c manufacturing airplane vote of 56 to 28. Latest dispatches said the Ethiopians

bombs that might make old fashioned H. L. Ritter An order declaring were blasting the road between Dessyeand than was required.IV. .

5; naval guns and shells uself-ss. HItter should be "forever disqualifiedfrom Addis Ababa, and that the advanceof The Prayer of the Humble Publican -

holding any office of honor trustor some of the Italian columns had (v; 13).

Clarence Darrow, one or tile conn profit under the United States" was been halted by strong attacks. The How great the contrast In the prayer EEJIiIjiicteo2

rt' try's most convincing lawyers says defeated 76 to 0. emperor was afield with his troops and and spirit of the publican He did not

on his seventy-ninth birthday: The senate's verdict In the twelfth turned the government at the capital stand with ostentation, but for very

;; "I say that religion Is the belief in Impeachment case brought before It over tr Crown Prince Asfa Wosan. shame could not so much as ]lift up his : _

::2 future life and In God. I don't believeIn as a high court of Impeachment since face to heaven, but smote upon his

either." foundation of the American republic breast, a sign of anguish and despair, 10Cts.
old gold mine at Moose! River,
The hoptoad beside the track: watchIng amounted to a decision that Judge flitter THAT Scotia, provided an epic and cried "God be merciful to me a
had violated the Constitutional sinner." That this heart-cry Is indeed je ,
the express train go by, mightsay requirements tale of unselfish and heroic human j
of good behavior In ottice. the heart of the lesson Is indicated
reasonably enough :
I endeavor tnat will be told for many a
It carried no punishment other than from the fact that it Is cited as the
"I do not believe in such a tnbig as year. For ten days more than a
I automatic removal from the bench. golden text.V. .
a locomotive engineer. hundred experienced miners stroveunceasingly
Christ's Testimony (v. 14). i
to rescue three men who _
administration's bill to levy had been trapped by the fall of dirt Christ makes It unmistakably evident NIICHCDCKMEDICINtcOAllnnfa,
Moscow has returned to the THE a.
Japanese that the attitude and petition of _
800 million dollars in new and rocks in the 140-foot level of the
government Manchukuo, with was Introduced In the the publican meets with his favor.
taxes yearly abandoned mine they were Inspecting. Constipation Troubles
full honors
military the
house by the ways and means committee Machinery and other equipment were Pharisees of every age, for their pride
three Japanese killed In a fight with are ot Thousands now take Dr. Hitchcock's r/"
and self-righteousness rejected
and a fierce battle started Immediately brought from far away. A diamond "
Soviet guards. The military honors Laxative Powder for bilious ,
The Republican minority of driven and God. The spirit of the publican expressing -
will not console the widows and, repeated drill]] was through through ness, sick headaches and up-set 7"W
y often I I the committee Issued a report which this small opening, communication was Itself in the prayer; of a penitent stomach due to constipation. They
; enough, such Incidents stated that the proposed tax law was established and food was dropped down will today meet with the commendation find that Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vege '
to war. I "unsound In principle, will undermine but already one of the three was dead "This man went 'down tc; table Laxative Powder is mild-but
Is another exhaustion. the his house justified." effective-it acts gently, yet thor-
business stability, step toward of hunger and Finally
A wonderful thing is micro,chemls The believer who weighs thoughtful. oughly and removes that clogged
?' regimentation of all business, andIs desperate efforts of the rescuers were condition oi the bowels. Cleanse
try. It tells scientists that off the not designed to raise revenue but successful and the two survivors were ly the meaning of this lesson will find your intestines of waste matter-

coast of Greenland sea water contains admittedly Is another New Deal experi brought safely to the surface, together much encouragement to prayer. H* l don't allow poisons to accumulate

more gold than In New York harbor; ment." with the body ,of the dead man. Those must be justified, knowing his sins for I and break down your vitality and

that one village in Switzerland has Conservative Democrats Joined with saved were Dr. D. E.Robertson famous given In answer to penitential prayer health. Family size 25c.

r'= less goitre than another because In the Republicans in this attack againstthe and beloved surgeon of Toronto, andC. He must pray in spite of'a natural Im Dn I HITCHCOCK'S"NATURE'S I

,;.: the first the dewdrops contain more bill but the administration leaders A. Scad ding. The one who did not pulse to faint, to neglect the practice

iodine. were confident the measure would passbefore live was Herman Magill, also of of prayer; he ought always to pray. ;
e King Features Syndicate,
WNU Servlc. lue. May 1. Toronto. and not faint.


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Waiting for Nightfall and a Meal of Mice. will be extinct.
A small, worried-looking man at the
Baby Falls Into Basement
.Prepared by the National Geographic Society Most owls are nocturnal and by day back of the hall rose to his feet ; REMOVE FRECKLES
.1 Washington D. C.-WXU Service.TlIE hollow "How It would be Dad Makes Shoestring Catch ,
sleep in caves, trees: tanglesof long did you say
:r..,.'",-.: evening air of early spring leaves, or whatever may offer pro- before this terrible calamity occurs?" BLA< HEADSQ CRs
the Everglades of southern
r-I tection. When they are found by oth- he Inquired. James Stier, fourteen months old, ..
is soft and mild. Deli er birds, there is high excitement, Jays, "About 70.000.000 years" replied the rocked back: and forth In his high

cate scents from blossoms come cardinals, and the like gathering to lecturer. chair in his Milwaukee home. It

with the breeze, together with the scold and chatter at these enemies of "Thank heaven !I" said the worriedone toppled over and James fell throughan

voices of myriad frogs in incessant ,the night. Crows are more aggres- resuming his seat. "I thought you open trap door into the basement.

but attractive chorus from the sive and often drive the largest owlsto ;aid 7,000.000 !I" In the basement was the baby's father -
marshes. Suddenly from the mess-
seek more secure cover where they John. He'heard the tot cry out
festooned live oaks In this
peaceful may avoid their cawing black tor- IN ANTARCTICA and looked up in time to make a
background, comes an outburst of demoniacal -
mentors. shoestring catch of his plunging son.
h laughter, guttural in sound The homes of owls are located in James'escaped with a cut"'over one
and startling In Its abruptness. > ..
hollows)) of trees, caverns In rocks: or eye. No matter how
k Playing the beam of light from an K tit dull and dark your com-
in stick nests built by hawks, crows, plexion, no matter how freckled and
? electric torch through the branches, or other birds. Often no nesting ma- coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola

L .f you discover presently two glowing terial of any kind Is used. The eggs Says There's No ExcitementSo Cream,tested, and trusted for over a generation -
-spots of red reflections from will whiten, clear and smooth
ruby a
are white, occasionally tinted with Classmates: Duck Student your skin to new beauty quickest,easiest
::4, pair of eyes. As your own eyes ad buff or pale blue, but 'without mark- way. Just apply tonight; no massaging,

4 just themselves to the feeble illumination ings, and are peculiar in being usu- rubbing; Nadinola begins its beauti
you can distinguish dimly the ( round. The "Nothing ever happens here, fying work while you sleep. Then you
ally elliptical nearly
wrote A. S. Perlman, Louisiana State see day-by-day improvement until your
shadowy form of a great barred owl. young are covered with white down university undergraduate from New complexion is restored to creamy white
The hubbub stops Immediately, for the and remain in the nest under care of satin-smooth loveliness. No disap-,
bird is puzzled by the spot of light ; the parents for a considerable time. York city, to the editor of the school pointments; no long waiting; money
but newspaper.Two back guarantee. Get a large box of
as continue the trail
: along
you In defense of their owls
young, are hundred fellow students NADINOLA Cream at your favorite
the owl, now behind you, utters a loud, often aggressive and swoop at any toilet counter or by mail, postpaid only
How about this saving thereupon took their:"Yankee" classmate
prolonged whoo-oo-oo-aw that resounds and all who chance to sometimeswith 50c. NADINOLA Box 45, Paris, Tenn.
pass, "
scheme-what shall do about it? to lake the
we a near campus,
eerily among the trees. Until day startling effect the attackIs
break you hear at Intervals the wild delivered without when "Set the clock ahead about a fort- ducked him and shaved his head 25 GRAM IRISES FOR $1.00All

ululation of Its calls filling the darkened warning.' night. and, Incidentally, changed his mind. SUNNY BRAE different GARDEXS.R labeled.l-cJllsperGa.

woodland. Their Plumage Is Soft.

The All owls have soft plumage com That Was Why
voices of owls are more familiar -
posed of long, fluffy feathers. The The examiners were checking up
". than their persons, as most of This will interest
; them are active principally at night, wings have softened margins, so that the students' papers. story

and without special search the birds in flight the birds move without "Can't let' this youth pass," said one,

Ar themselves sound, as if they were shadows. In banding his colleague a papery "He
are difficult to see. Their
owls, the lower leg, or tarsus, and can't spell properly." many Menl and Women"

l-evident; upper surfaces of the toes, bare Inmost "What's he done wrong?" asked the ,
. : .... birds covered with feathers other. Li
.' : : are -
: until In practically every these being reduced or absent' "He spells 'proceed' with only one NOT long ago I was like some friends I
f country In the world there have grown .low in spirits..run-down.out
In few that Inhabit 'e, said the first.
up fables and superstitions regardingowls. only a species sorts. tired easily and looked terrible. I knew ''
_ countries. The colorsrun "Where's he come from?" his'cal-
warm plumage
__ I had no serious organic trouble so I, reasoned,
'.""" The little owl of Europe, about as usually to gray, brown, and buff, league asked. sensibly. .as my experience has since proven. .. ;k.
with lighter markings of buff and. "Ceylon," came the reply. .that work, worry, colds and whatnot had just
large as American screech owl .
gray. White and black are extensivein "H'm," smiled the second, "that accounts worn me down. ,
without the ear tufts of that species,
some, but brighter colors are rare for the spelling. He comes The confidence mother. has always had in t
has long been an emblem of wisdom
,, or' absent. from the land of the Cingalese.Answers S.S.S. Tonic .which is still,her stand-by when
.;: and In early years was accepted as'' a
r-.. The eyes: of owls are fixed so Immovably Magazine. she feels run-down..convinced me I ought to k .{
special ward of Pallas Athene of the
: in the head, where both are try this Treatment started a course the
Greeks. Cold StorageA color began to come back to my skin. .I felt
I directed forward, that the bird must
better. ..I tired and I
no longer easily; soon
He Only Looks Wise. change the position of the head. to I Ialter' man saw a message and an'ad-
felt that those red-blood-cells were back to so"Yes, / have coma .
: ', The vogue of the owl as an emblemof Its line of vision. I dress on an egg he got for breakfast called fighting strength...it Is great to feel back to where I feel '

wisdom Is not due to any special Though the majority of owls remain The message' read : strong again and like my old self. Q s.s.S.Co. like myself again."

4,: intelligence of the bird, but to the con- hidden In shaded, secluded places by "This egg was packed by a girl -- .a'-- --- -- -, --
: formation of the head, with the two day, there are a few that are abroadby thousands of miles from the United I\ ;. : ; <_ .c.c.i :

F,;_ yes so placed that they look directly day or by night indifferently. This States. She Is supposed to be the a.f -m IJlai $:x.qM lrli.: }'i l t glf1iffjl l
ahead like prettiest girl In this neighborhood, t.
those of man. : is true of the snowy owl, which lives
: As the companion of night-flying I in summer through the long Arctic and Is prepared to marry the man

witches or as one of the ingredients I day, and of the borrowing owls of who eats this egg."
In the brews concocted The mac cabled her: "I'll marry '.
by these trou- open country in the new world. The

ble-makers, the owl developed a black latter delights in resting in the sun, you." -+iw..+r' .: .
and The girl's reply read: "I am flattered [w. ti.":viif.v':,
unsavory reputation, attested by and in broad daylight detects and

many references to Its evil omen In watches hawks and other birds flyingat by your proposal, but I am "now }:rr ya ',a S. ,57tS
married and have three children.
Shakespeare and other writers. such great heights that one can

Among American Indians, owls barely see them.

though feared at times, were in bet- What They Eat. Boyhood Recollection
"Would you not like to be a bare I .4
ter repute and the
were of various -
Owls live mostly on animal food foot boy again down on the farm?" v
,T':.....'" .'.!' lively legends. Zuni tales include which is captured alive, except that said the romantic lady.
/;: :,.. stories of one called "gray owl" that 1 ,
,, occasionally they feed upon rabbits "No," answered Senator Sorghum."It .
: lived In a house as a man does. The II
freshly killed by automobiles along our sounds peaceful enough, but la The FIRST QUART
Pima Indians held that at death the
highways, or upon other carcasses. this life you can never escape some .
I1 human spirit passed into the bodyof Mice, rats, and other small mammals kind of hostilities. Even when I was Tells the Story '
an owl and, to assist In this transmigration
are regular prey, as are birds of vari- trudging: over the meadow to call the -
they gave owl feathers thousands of motor's x
kept Out of the experience of
ous species. would
cattle, some big bull frequentlystop ?
for the purpose In a special box, to a The barred owl eats crayfishand I to ists has been developed a simple method of '
many me and try give me an ar
dying person. fish, while crabs and fish are gument" comparing oil performance the "First ,'

Among the Plains Indians, the Arl- staple foods of the fish owls of Africa Quart" Test. It is just a matter of noting

kara included an owl group as one and India, whIch have featherless legs WARNED how many miles you go after drain-and- /ij ,

of their eight mystic societies, and in and rough, horny-surfaced toes to as refill before you have to add.a quart. If you a

., the sacred rites of this body they used sist in capturing such slippery prey. are obliged to add oil too frequently, try the S

; the stuffed skin of an owl with disksof Horned owls have been known to cap- "First Quart" Test with Quaker Staf. See if ;,

cunningly fitted buffalo horn for you don't go farther before you have to add
. ture goldfish In ornamental pools, but s
yes.. that tell-tale first quart. And, the oil that
this is unusual. '
' Owls are found throughout the world Owls, like hawks, tear their prey lrt stands up best between refills is giving your \ {

from the Arctic regions through the apart and swallow the pieces entire. motor the safest lubrication. Quaker State -. ,

continents and to remote Islands In the During digestion the flesh Is assimilated Oil Refining Company, Oil City. Pa.1 .

:- sea. More than 300 kinds are known, while bones, fur, feather and oth- Retail Price J5 per Quart
..:.'; ranging In size from the tiny elf owls,
er indigestible portions are formed In-
:no larger than sparrows, to the
power- to compact pellets, which are regur ,
ful horned owls and eagle owls, whichare gitated to leave the stomach empty for ; l y

,. two feet or more In length. another meal. Such pellets accumu- t
Scientifically, all owls are Included late about roosts and, through Identification r

in one order, the Strlglformes, in of the bones contained, give a
a Lg7;
which two families are recognized one valuable Index to the food of the bird < frIz.;
for the barn owls) (Tjtonldae) and the :
concerned.The "He kissed me without any warning.
other (Strlgldae) for nil other "
species. great horned owls and snowy "He did not. I warned him againstIt
Regardless of their size, owls are owls are fiercely: predatory, killing rab- often."

, .J>' Instantly identified by their broad bits, squirrels, and other creatures of /

r\ ? faces with prominent disks of feathers good size. The former has been knownto Moving Picture

1 about the eyes, coupled with sharp, capture and eat small owls. In the "Putting the portraits of great men tN

i I. :.. carved beaks and claws, and long, Dominican Republic was seen a bur on our paper currency Is a proper and : r

fluffy feathers. Their nearest relatives rowing owl tearing at the body of a deserved tribute." +,. a{
t.: .. 55 are the whippoorwills, nighthawks young bird of Its own kind which "Yes," replied the Impecunious person .

!. and goatsuckers. had been killed and thrown aside by "but who gets to hold on to a
Formerly it was thought that owls some native. piece of paper money long enough to

.: were allied to hawks and falcons, but Occasionally wild mice Increase for look at the picture?"

on careful study it was found that various reasons until they form a ,

these two groups differ radically In veritable plague. Under such circum- Accommodating Thief ,,y.5;r':{ki;.,i'.'.:}; "y >o i.'vy5G> :; arf's'Hji: f

structure. The resemblances are su- stances short-eared owls gather In FrIend-You say that thief was. verj ,n.wr3,t;: <+:t
perficial and are due to the form of abundance and aid In reducing the accommodating? a

the beak and claws, which have undergone numbers of the pests. Burrowing owl Merchant-Yes; he took all the

similar development from seeking feed extensively! on beetles and other money out of the cash register and

the same kinds of foods. large Insects. rang up No Sale.-Chelsea Record.
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News Committee for Hendry County wish to take advantage of. Clewiston since he stumped the The world's suprema plowman is
The Clewiston R. M. Burchard, :Member Pre- A selected group of greetings are state' in 1934 in defense of the Home- the humble earthworm. Many scien- 4
given and if one chooses one from stead Exemption Amendment. Mr.
cinct 4 v tists believe the world
would be
this group it may be sent for twen- Hodges had made several talks during un- .Q,
Published every Friday in Clewiston, :Mrs. Bettie Burchard, Committeewoman ty-five cents anywhere In the coun- the 'day and did not tarry here, inhabitable but for Ms service of

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Precinct 4 try. If you wish to send message. long after the conclusion of Ids talk.I breaking up and aeriating the soil.
Inc. Mrs. Ethel Aiken, Republican State of your own composition the chargeis Other talks were scheduled in

Executive CommitteewomanF. thirty-five cents for a maximum, boring towns later in the day.neigh-I '

Watts Hall, State Executive of fifteen words. Mr. Hodges, President of .

Keathley Bowden, Editor Commitce State Senate told of his activities in

R. E. 'Burchard, State Executive COLIN ENGLISH OFFERS the session for old age pensions and, B.
Cmomittce pensions and said there I

Entered as second class mall mat- Vera B. Hedges, County Executive Colin English-, principal- of the were ample tax moneys now ,being I
collected to take of such
February 1, ,1927, at the Post Committee
ter Ocala schools, who for sixteen years
sions and
reduce the of.
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under has been actively engaged in school tags to five dollars if "decent en-1 /y /7

the Act of March 3, 1897. Clewiston Wins- work in Florida is a popular candi- omies" were affected. He \
date for the office of Slate Superin- .
as being opposed to a, general -
-- tendent of Public Instruction. I
sales tax and other nusiance I
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. (Continued from page 1) Known a's a. practical, progressive taxes and cited his legislative record j
Advertising rates on application., wildness of Hendry during the school man' with a real educational I of his efforts against needless state j' ',

fourth inning gave the Clewiston program, his campaign is making bureaus and increase of salaries of I'I'I (
team the necessary margin to win. great headway in all parts of the state employees.
Devoted to the advancement and In that inning Hendry walked in one state. I ,

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry run and Dick Hooks connected witha English is a native of Lee county, _I

County.A long single which brought in two Florida, forty years old, a World i i

runs. The locals first run was made War veteran, :married and has one 1rtTT -
early in the game when B. E. Nail child. He is a property owner and
TRIBUTE TO ABILITY singled and circled the bases when tax payer. He holds a superintendent's VOTE FOR ; l '

AND SERVICE. there was an overthrow at second diploma and has advanced

I I while he was stealing. training in school administration, COMMor l

No' greater tribute can be paid to Hendry struck out thirteen Clew- school finance, and school business

public, officials for ability and ser- iston batters while Cruze struck out management.He .
vice than that which has been accorded seven and Moore 2. has successfully served as State Superintendent J:

the district candidates from The line-ups: Moore Haven; Hen- teacher, principal, and county super- of Public T'>truction .

the Clewiston district, Dave G. dry p; Whidden, c; S. Bales Ib; intendent, and has worked. north,
Alston, county commissioner and Phillips, 2b; Bales ss; Williamson, south and middle Florida.. His qualifications Candidats forGovernor .
present chairman of the board and 3b; Rumbley, rf; Bass cf; 'and Ma- for school administrationand

1\[. E. VonMach. member of the coun- this, If.Clewiston. organization were recognized by
ty school board. : Nail, ss; Hooks 2b; the University of Florida last year I II I

Mr. Alston has served his district Moore cf and p; Cruze p and cf; Mc- when he was engaged by that insti- I

well as commissioner. He has given Clendon Ib; Clark c; Avant If; tution to direct their summer course i : Will Speak In

freely of :his! time to county' affairs, Beardsley 3b; Miller, Cato and Law- in public school administration.His ', ,

even when time ,spent on those affairs rence, If.YOUNG training, experience, and abil- .I

meant a personal loss to him. ity ideally fit him for the positionof \ ClewistonMon
He has guided the affairs of the DEMOCRATS STAGE State Superintendent.
board .in a business-like manner as
1 10 A. M.
its chairman and has been instru- WAI. C. HODGES SPOKE ,. day,
mental in smoothing things out. when Young Democrats of Hendry HERE ON TUESDAYWm. .
friction developed. County staged a highly successful "We Need ENGLISH In 4 fI' Hear His Program
dance last Friday night at the Ever- r
Our Schools"i
Mr. VonMach has also given free- .
ette Hotel in LaBelle and many local C. Hodges, Tallahassee can- Know The Man
ly of his time to school affairs and didate for Governor spoke here ,A Native of Florida I
attended. Music furnished
time before people was Trained, Experienced, I
one would search a long
the Hawks Tuesday afternoon to a nice crowd (Paid for friends
interestedin by Royal a negro Capable. by )
finding anyone more orchestra of Punta Gorda. assembled in front of Alston's I,
the schools of the county and I tpaId'' for by local friends
Drug Store, his first talk in
has'worked The dance was held more or less .
their development. He 1
in honor of the political candidatesand
financial .
hard to straighten out the -- -
many of them were introduced
which have confronted coun-
tangles ty schools during the past two years during the evening. .'Y:'>:<'>:;:"':':'::" ,'::':::.:r..t.:.;>':':::'.::.::;.'':':':';':'""'Y":::':>':::';:':'::>::;:";,:,,::;,a:{:,;,::,!:,::,;>,:,:{:,,,,:::,: :::>,::::,:,:,:","':::+;>:!:wY'i .<:;,;,::::::<,,:::,::,:,>:;;:;:::,':,:i; ;..':.:....>:::...<::..:.:.>:.:::<...::<<.:.>.>><;,>:..<:.;:

and has been instrumental In improving .:
school conditions generally.We I
are glad that these two men More
do not have opposition for reelection and more people are buying the I
This year for the first time the
and that the district will be
Western Union Telegraph Company
represented by them on these two Hit ECONOMICAL
will give a new service on Mother's TIANSrOrTATION NEW 1936 CHEVROLET
important boards. during the next Day greetings' which many who are .
two I
:years. absent from home next Sunday will .. # ..Yd # I..J t
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76 CandidatesContinued J

V. \ People today want a car that's t
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W. S. Bowdon < f Chevrolet is the safest car that .Y

Board of Public Instruction: 4y' L:, ? ;yrw money can buy, for it'g the .}
District No: 1 x -; only low-priced car with New 1

Neely Davis, District 1 ; Perfected Hydraulic Brakes'.! i.r
.(Fort Denaud and Felda). f'
Camuel! C. Hiers, District 1 .:: $:.

Seth A. Howard, District 1 ;::

Jim Maddox, District 1 w :
J :::
Mrs. Homer Taylor, District' 1W. 'f

W. Holland, District 1. :
,':' District No. 2

Harry W. Fleming, District. 2 t .. '. ,:::. ,I
(LaBelle) ,yr/ rGy And vhen you're riding, jou t
r naturally want the smoothest and ::\
Drew Hampton, District' .;1 ;1' Wise buyers also want complete most comfortable ride known.. l?

., ,' Roy Messer District 2 : \! overhead protection a Solid That means the Knee-Action 'r
James Newcomb District 2 Steel) one-piece Turret Top Gliding Ride*! Only Chevrolet t

District No. 3' .. : > ,' the strongest top made. fins feature ins it to you at low cost. t
also is exclusive Chevrolet .
; to .
E. L. Stalhngs District 2
Y< $" : in the lower price i:
n}: range.
M. E. VonMach District.3 rye i

Democratic Executive Committee: /f v 'Yry. >n jI

Nancy H. 'Stewart.District 2 '1

Ben F. Hall, County Committcemai; rT4 .

'. District 3 William C. Hodges 1
Harvey S. Dyess, County Commit .t's sensible to vemopir i .
"Homestead Bill"SUBMITS a ticularly when can the
teeman District 4 you get l
finest performance with
'.Mary Richards, County Committeewoman '- HIS CANDIDACY. FOR 'c Genuine Fisher No Draft Ventithc saving. Chevrolet's ni h. 1

,: District 4 lation is another comfort and Compression Valve-in-head .

.. R.'I C. Skaggs, County Committe- GOVERNORof w N safety feature bleb is found only Engine-exclusive to Chevrolet r

:. man District 4 FloridaTo st: on this one low-priced car. It in its price range-gives un- h'a'E
rf, scoops in breezes on warm days, equaled performance with
I M. N.. 'Taylor, County Comittecmah The Of t
People This ,State ; and drafts cold
\ \\\ prevents on days.
; \\ economy
: District 5 Subject To Democratic Piiin.irles

..Elman ''E. Trowbridge, County 'I
" .Committeeman LODGES is opposed to a Sales ,
( District S1V. .
Tax and all other nuisance tae3.
r C. Evans, Congressional Com-
:: !HODGES favors: Oid Age and ..
:. mitteeman J
\ Mothers Pensions-, $5.00 Auto-
Camille A. Baker, Congressional
t motile Tags-Taking tax off gas- %,.
r'. : Comitteewoman oline used by Fishermen's boats Drivers i it
t'y prefer for still another reason t.
t Ruby O'BannolCongressional and Farmers; tractors in industry ;>?"? {, y iy; ', Shockproof Steering* a feature vhioh 1.
: Committeewoman % ; makes driving effortless. Follow America's t ok

.[j(. : Norman Warriner, County Committeeman HODGES stands four-square for judgment-buy a new 1936 Clwr.'Tolet-tbc only l
: preservation of the HOMESTEAD complete low-priced car! ,

f'-'I.;, ,.R. Mark Luckey, County Committeeman EXEMPTION AMENDMENT! and
the enlargement of its scope. He ALL THESE FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES

I" worsted for this Amendment $. UP. L5t'pr of New Standard Coupe at Flint, Mich. Wig f'
r E. E. Kelly State Committeeman"Annie GENERAL MOTORS INSTALLMENT PLAN-
through all the long years of his 4 9 SAND! spare tire and tire lock, the lut price is $20 add.t,nal. :? vI
to., >. .. Parcy; State Committeewoman service in the Senate and fought MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOUR PURSE quotedinthisadrertuementarelututFliru.Michandsubjecttochan Action on l'rfaJlerfoJ.ls only $20 additional.euithoulnotice.Inert .% t "

"j; : : '. efore the people for its ratifica- CHEVROLET MOTOR{ COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN J.

.:',:. Mildred. Townsend 4 County Committeewoman tion. "?
District 5 (lODGES left his office, took a

; ound wagon and visited every:

;'' Republican Committee: ,ity, village and hamlet In this ,

: R. V. Hedges, Congressional Committee the:fnte Amendment.urging the people to ratify Clewiston Motor Companr.Clewiston

-YI : and ,County Executive .
,j'_I ; Committee District 3 (Paid Political Advertising) '

1V Hedges Florida.
Congressional... "


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FRIDAY, MAT 8, 1936

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .,.*.:.1 Gideon Brown spent Sunday with Stafford Caldwell uary, 1934, and, before January the, treaty 1936, was after negotiated it- NORGE REFRIGERATORS
j friends in
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR had been in effect a year and a half.
? Personal Mention :J;: I By making me governor all the

'.' Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams left influence of the state government Furniture and Home Furnishings

e .;:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:M N:N:N:. Monday for their summer home in will be used in -an effort to relievethe I

Wales, Wis. They' will visit their fruit and vegetable growers of '
Alston Household
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. were Furnishings-
Florida from those conditions. I I
visitors In Okeechobee Sunday.Mr. son in Maryland and attend a church
meeting in Philadelphia en route. (Paid Political Advertisement) Inc.

and Mrs. H. H. Turner visit- a y I I

ed relatives in Avon Park Sunday.Mrs. LADIES AID :3IEETS: d" > BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,
"'ITIIffiS.:: EZELLEThe Cl' fF I

Grady Burton and son, of
Wauchula, ;were business visitors monthly meeting of the La- Win $$500 Cash

r;. here Tuesday.. dies Aid'Society was held Thursday h

afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath 'd'

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Ezelle with Mrs. Leslie Miller as,
, I Or $250-Or $100What ..rj
,' ., L. C. ,Sturgis spent Sunday on Lake joint hostess. '.

,; Okeechobee on a boat cruise. Plans were 'made for the ,next I; well-known Georgia town does 1

meeting and for painting of the i Lake Harbor Phone No. 1 ,;
r" RAYSCOWS when the lettersare
:Mrs. W. D. Greene and :Mrs. C. B. spell >
Community church. Fruit and nut .. ;
. Farnam of :Moore Haven were visitors k 4 .f f.v\: properly arranged? Rush your '
," dessert, cookies and tea were servedto
here Thursday night. answer on a POSTCARD to Contest -
the sixteen members and visitors :i
Manager of American Life, Dawson,
:Mrs. W. C. Prewitt is leaving present. '
'. : Ga., and you will get an opportunity
, Saturday for a two week's visit with The next meeting, on June 4, will .
to win of 20 cash to be
her mother in Fort Meade. he the birthday anniversary of the
will be celebrated witha awarded in the Georgia Cities Game. 7tiami '
, Society and
Capt. Richardson Selee left todayto luncheon and afternoon meetingat ::1:1IiQ

spend the week-end with his family the Community Church. SAYS: The reciprocal trade agree- .
ment between the United States and
in Miami. L. 6.
; I
Cuba materially reduces the tariffs Mershoni rrR
fruit and
upon vegetable imports.
Carawan Nelson, of Jacksonville, ON 74TH BIRTHDAY Cuba is the principal competitor of AGENT' IiQ Art1

was a business visitor here for sev- Florida in the winter vegetable

eral days this week. Mrs. W. K. Downs celebrated her market. The time during which Cu- New 'York Life f1l -,:,

74th birthday last Friday, May 1, ban fruits and vegetables come into !i I aa
Fr. F. J. Finnegan, of Melbourne, and many of her friends called on''the United States under reduced tarIffs Insurance Company Ll ;"

visited friends here for several..days her during the afternoon at the is exactly the same period as

:" this week. Clewiston Inn where she resides with the marketing season for Florida ARCADIA, FLORIDA : : : :1:11J
1J" products. The burden of this trade, : :
her son, C. L. Downs and Mrs. :
agreement therefore falls the ,
!, upon
Earl Carson, U. S. :Meteoroligist of Downs.
fruit and vegetable growers of Flor-
..' 'X, Miami, was a business visitor here Birthday cake .and ice cream were ida. Under this tariff the importation A LIFE POLICY for as Iil : ,

:: Sunday. served to the friends who called. of fruits and vegetables from III I i1Ib1 '. ; 1
Cuba during the time when Floridais Little as $1 per Month .
; '. Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams at- I marketing its crops has tremend- ':j
tended the organization of a Christ- DR. AND MRS. WILLIAMS!I ously increased. The Cuban reciprocal as quoted, .. .1

ian Endeavor Society at the Lake I- trade agreement has actually reduced .

Harbor church last Friday evening. 'the price of many of the pro- $1,000.00Policy ', J
The choir of the Clewiston Community
ducts of Florida. There was an actual Mailed for Free Inspection.No .
Church presented Dr. and decline of 19 cents per 100 Medical Examination.THE I '' 1
,Miss Eunice Meredith returned ;
/ Mrs. D. J. Williams with a box of pounds on tomatoes as between Jan- STANDARD MUTUAL BEN- "
home Sunday from Jacksonville EFIT CORPORATION is '
candy as a token of their esteem following offering Stop at thejiotel 1
where she has been living for several without medical examination to
choir practice last Friday men and women up to the age of
months. at informal 65, a remarkable new low cost :
night an gathering at Patricia
LIFE POLICY providing up to j '
the manse.' $1,000.00 for natural death and up
William C. Hodges and'party of to $1,000.00 for accidental death
Tallahassee were here Monday in the Sandwiches, cookies and an iced To Our as specified. This policy costs as
drink were served to l little as $1.00 a month. Benefitsare 312' S. E. SECOND AVENUE ':
interest of Mr. Hodges' campaignfor based on the age. This policy I'
Governor. "OnceinaWhile"Patrons I form has been APPROVED by the With' ;
MISS HARRINGTON Florida Insurance Department and ::
A I has complied with all the laws gov- All Outside Rooms ,,
Don Lochner, editor of the Cler-: l'ITH.BnIDGE. PARTY AT INN I II I erning companies of this character I t. Private Bath I;
mont Press, accompanied by Mrs. I having its GUARANTEE RESERVE :'.
FUND on deposit with the
': Lochner and their daughter, were Mrs. C. L. Downs and Mrs. W. C. i I State of Florida for the protectionof COOL,. CLEAN, QUIET '
I Prewitt were joint hostesses at a \ its policy holders.
business visitors here
Saturday. :
Our "Once-iii-a-while" patronsare I "
delightful bridge party given Thurs- SEND NO MONEY. Overlooking llisca"Ile.Bay. : <'I'
welcomed Grady Burton, of "Wauchula, can- day afternoon at the Clewiston Inn NO AGENT WILL CALL' '
'., ; warmth and receive the same ex- I blocks to 'Shops, Theatre and :
honoring Miss, Jayne Harrington of ,
didate for Governor, was calling onClewiston with ;
pert service as those who come Just a postcard your Section. ,
friends Saturday after- New York, the guest of her father, I name, age and name of beneficiary Business '
J. J.. Harrington. regularly. We're anxious to see and a Policy, completely made
,I' noon. '. I you more often, however, for the I 'out, will be sent you for free in- > .
If, after studying it in RATES ;'
A flower spection.
pottery vase was won by better we know you, the better I
the quiet of home, desireto
._ Mrs. W. C. Nail, Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Mrs. O. F. .Schiffli as high score 1 qualified we are to serve you as keep it.send your only $1.00 you to apply ..' ,
Mrs. Everett Harben and Jean Stalls, prize; a set of flower vases went to I rOll irIsh'to be sel''cd.Butler's for its restoration, which includes $1.50. Single ":
30 days protection if i
of Moore Haven, were visitors in Mrs. E. L. Stewart who held second accepted.practically If not satisfactory,
I II you .
Clewiston Wednesday afternoon. high score and Mrs. R. 'V. Allison I owe nothing. $2.50 Double ,:
Offer limited I Write today!
received the cut prize, 'a set of Jap- Beauty .
, Mr. and Mrs.' A. N. Gallant, Mrs. anese ash trays. A compact was 'given Can use a Representativein '' Special Family, Weekly & ::;

W. H. McCiacken, Miss Christine Miss Harrington as_ 'guest prize. Shoppe your Territory Monthly Rates
'." Bell and Miss Peggy Gallant spent Ice cream, cake and an iced drink '
the week-end, inVest Palm Beach. Clewiston Inn -:- 'Phone 345 CORPORATION S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
were served to: Mrs. 'E. L. Stewart, }
821 Graham Building: ]
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs.vF. I. Hill, I ''
M. 'Jacksonville . Florida ;
Mr. and Mrs; T. Ironmongerand Mrs. R. Y. Paterson, Mrs. R. V. Al- 'l,

son, Clarke, and Mr. and Mrs. lison, Mrs. G. E, Smith, Mrs. W.. M. -- __. ._ J"..
;. Fred Curry were Fort Myers visitors Redelsheimer, Mrs. H. A... Bestor,I ;:

., Saturday. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. H. J. B.

; Scharnberg, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.
, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith, of Noc- M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. G. E. Links- '

atee spent the week-end with her wiler and Mrs. F. M. Wright. SAFETY

daughter, Mrs. Joe Cato and Mr. 'SAVINGS DIVIDENDS


: Mrs. H. O. Peters and ,daughter, --

. LaDeen, left Saturday for a visit of H. R. Hall was hostess to the '

. .' several weeks with relatives in Hal- members of her bridge club at her
' Dividends
stead, Kansas. home Wednesday afternoon.. ... ,: ; >., Record
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High score prize, a set of Madeira : l' I
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen left '
napkins, was won by Mrs. Yen- '<' ''
ME. :: ;
Saturday for a visit of about four t;! :
weeks with relatives in Alabama, awine. The low score prize, a set of ) ,< : 'f.f:: : : ,RATEs '---mTE ,
salt and shakers, went to '
pepper .
Mississippi and Colorado. I' :, ; : PEi1CEXT.:
Mrs. M. R. Lawler, while Mrs. I. M. ..: ,I: : ; /:., .' YEAH I PERCENT YEAR -
., .
WI Edwin Pafford made the lucky cut and was. ;. 'f.-, -- ": \ 6' ': : ,
Mrs. A. O. Ward, and Grace \\presented with a vase. ... : 1928 5.5 .1933 '., .
Ward left Saturday to spend several '? '" '. -' : '
weeks in Jacksonville visiting rela Fruit salad, crackers, cake and ,f 1929 ; Z' 193"4 :.6' ; :
tives. -, tea were' served to: Mrs D. G. Alston i a ."., ". 1930 ; I 4 1935 6' ', "

---- Mts. J. W. Ezelle, Mis. T. B. :f ; : ; :
.. < :
.: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons, Shelley, Mis. C.V.. McDonald, Mrs.G. : !. < : 193 1 4 .1936 ., 6, .' :." .,, "
"y" E. C. Jr., and Solon, left this week B.' Thomas, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, r.. .': 1932' 6 ;,'," .' .' '"" .:

for a vacation in Fort Myers and Mi- Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and Mrs. M \, ", < .' : .: .
: ami. R. Lawler. : ',..
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet : \ ,.!,,'. .;, .
are leaving Friday for a ,
- trip of several weeks duration'in. Y : .:.; '. '.r.UILDING OFFICE FIRST I.

<_ Louisiana.Mr. I Mrs. Z. G. Meredith entertained ; 'I
. Thursday evening with a Michigan Invest your savings f safety' and a good' ; : : THING TOMORROW AND ,

and Mrs. G. E. Smith and party for her Husband who is leaving return. Home Building has never paid '. .;'. .;TALK-{-THINGS OVER) .:
daughters, Barbara and Mary Ann, .
and 1\1rs.-John W. Smith spent Sun- soon, Del.to take a position in Wilmington dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ; > ,: '

day at Bok: Tower and St. Anne .', A''
of reduced interest : ;
In these ,
High prize for ladies went to Mrs. days on savings .
Shrine in Lake Wales. ',' : '
M. T. Ironmonger, a box of handkerchiefs accounts and reduced returns on other, < : '",

:r;;:., Mrs. M. R. Lawler and children, ; for men to A. W. Lawrence, Home offers L,,; : '
also a box: of handkerchiefs. forms of investment Building ( '.
; ; Peggy and Bobby, left Thursday for .' : ,' \
'; a visit in New Harmony, Ind., with 'Low score for ladles, a box of the conservative, thrifty investor the investment :",:;.., -' :

'.;' Mrs. Lawler's mother, Mrs. J. L. correspondence cards, was won by best' suited to his needs In'u:
; Crabb.'r Mrs. C. E. ;Nall while M. T. Iron- .

t l monger was low for men and was vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association .

Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Britzius, of Miami presented with a bottle of shaving
'. lotion. ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTON.. '
,, were the guests of Mr. and I Ii 1

Mrs. M. R. Lawjer} Wednesday andThursday. Ice cream and' cake were served I little as $5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING' '

i4 f ; Mrs. Britzius 'accompanied to: Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Slas, Mr find .
$1,000.00 in lump sum you'll a ?
Mrs.. Lawler and children to Indiana. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. and, ASSOCIATION

) Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, Mr. and Mrs.' Home Building program adapted to your E

Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dor- Foster Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. J. PHONES 102103n"c .,''

othy Lockhart and Bill Lockhar F. Tippey, Mr... and Mrs. Campbell ,E. requirements.

'left Sunday for an extended visit in Nail, Misses Mary Moore and Eunice .. I, ,
their former home in. Wolfville, Meredith and Lawson Jones, Carl. '. ,:" ', "": : < .' : '. .. .

Nova- Scotia., Johnson and Henry Chappell. ._ n. '

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He Enthused
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Over Simple Life .

In the smoking compartment tht

i' H 8IORM MIJ8IBy conversation turned on the merits

and demerits various! ways of preserving '

health. One stout, florid

man had quite a lot to say.

Dornford Yates "Look at me !t" he said. "Never a

day's sickness in mj life, and all due

to simple food. WIlY," he continued,

Copyright by Mlnton, Balch & Co. T7NTT Service. "from twenty to forty I lived an absolutely -

regular lifs-no effeminate

delicacies, no late hours, no extrav-

, agances. I was in bed regularly at

CHAPTER IXContinued16 and had flung an arm around his neck. "Twenty past eleven," he said. ugly head In Pharaoh's presence Helena nine o'clock and up again at five. I

"Sabre," I breathed, "Sabre, don't "Gawd, wot a-day." had handed the warden a master worked from eight to one, then had

let me down. Stay with me, Sabre. I'll "When the llghth go out," said Dew- key. That 'was the key with which dinner-a plain dinner; after that

. I was now well armed ; but, rack my be so glad to have you. I'm on a good drop. "Unleth, of courthe, he thould Pharaoh had opened the postern; an hour's exercise; then-"
F f' brains as I would, I could think of no
the thing, Sabre. And you can help me, happen to talk before." though no alarm had been raised, because "Excuse me," interrupted the face-
In which I could give; Barley
way :
old fellow, to pull It off." I felt more confounded than ever. nothing was known. Pharaohhad tious stranger In the corner, "but

slip.The I wished to So we stayed for five minutes. Then, ,Dewdrop's final sentence did not make, killed the warden and had taken what were you in for?"-Tit-Bits.

I' position was this. with"my hand on his collar, I got .to sense. the master key.
close I could to Yorick, yet '
alight as as '
i In my feet. Rush led me back on to ground on That this was so, I instantly made
.. Some spot
not at the castle gate.
i would have suitedmy I am sure the dog knew that the which I could stand. up my ,mlnd. "Talk about panic. ."

the entrance drive business on which I was bent was perilous "I'd like to know where those two Blindness, havoc and panic would rule WORK g"fUN
well. It had been arranged.
purpose miles stuff. [I'rom'that time on, no man was takin' that dog." the night. The sheep would have no D
that the last three
'. however, could have been more sagacious, more "Dogs is all right," said Bugle. shepherd-and Geoffrey and Barley
be covered fast as ever they with
E-, '. could.should Unless therefore as I left the car swift.to make report, more scrupulousto "You bet," said Rush,_warmly. "But were gone. How Pharaoh would find A'GAIN" ConstipationCleared

the mouth of theC' obey. And, well as I saw, his sight that ain't the point. I'd like to know the treasure, I could not think. But Up

o' before we approached was better than mine, for he saw the wot they're up to ; they haven't come that was Pharaoh's affair. My way
wait end
have to ofeverydayfoundhertired
entrance' drive I
Rolls before I did, and checked me by back." at least was clear. The thieves would THE,nervous often with headaches. (.
t' until we had crossed the drawbridge, But now thanks to Nature's Remedy .....
still. "We've left said :
:. and that would be the;end of my effort, standing no trail Bugle. bring me to ,Pharaoh and everythingwas work is fun again-she feels like going "'.. .',
, and The car had been backed up the "We never got out of the car." to be gained by my holding my to a movie or dance any night. Mil .. .. ....
k retreating .
> for I should be seen : to leave. No lions have switched to this natural ..._ ..
. Geoffrey and Barley would follow and track and so,stood ready "We're out of It now," said Rush.'An' hand. vegetable laxative.Contains no miner-allJj. :.

one at all was, ,with her. Her radiator I don't want no more surprisesnot -' al or phenol derivatives. ..,
spoil my game. It looked as though I And here, as though by magic the Instead a balanced ,

( should have to enter the castle and was cold. r, after las' night"Dewdrop lights of Yorick went out. combination of laxative r""
For a moment I hesitated, wonderIng shifted uneasily. elements provided by $tiff!
: leave by some window or other as Pharaoh There was was now less need of nature, that work naturally : -, .!;.." ,*.
C," had done. But then there was al- whether- or uo to make, some disconnection "Ith very awkward," he said, "your silence and more of speed, for the pleasantly Try '"- .........'
: and:so disable the car. And othin that car. Pharaoh won't like an NR tonight. When
f."a 's the diawhridge.: flooded with this.. The out- three rogues ran for the drawbridgeas you see how much better '
then I decided against won't"
i,. light.:; that, ., hard as they could. Sabre and I you feel you'll know
look too uncertain before now
was ; why a vegetable corrective
b': Happening to glance at the mirror had wanted a car, and wanted it quick.I "Well, he'll have :to lump it," said ran behind them, as though we be- is best. Only 25c. hat "

f r' -the car was closed-I noticed the Rush. "I wish he'd been there. I tell longed to the crew. all druggists
sheath and
took knife from .
r Alsatian couched on the hinder you, 1 never saw nothing; thereweren't 1 MEDICINE CO. .
r. great turned to the delicate business of run Ahead saw something white by the St.Louis Missouri '
It occurred to that the dog no scrap. We don't even know
seat. me
, ning dow . castle wall. The three turned aside to
(i'-' there to watch My decision to my quarry who took It. Some performin' goriller,
was And here for the first time I saw avoid It, and I did the same. As I
t':.:, tits surveillance hardened Into a If you ask me. An' wot 'arm 'ad I
cneat that Sabre,alone was going' to save my went by, I saw that it was a sheet At

t:r/: .- stony and vicious resolve. venture from becoming as,abject a failure done? Pharaoh won't like It, won'the that moment Sabre left me--he seemedto FROM GIRL TO WOMANHear
'Ow would he like
? to be
k.-:. One thing was in my favor-dusk as ever was seen. wipedoff stop. But I had no time to wrangle
what :Mrs L.
one of them benches on to them
had come In. And ,since Helena was As though I had told him my plight, The postern-door was open. The L. Thompson of 2322

; ",'. ,- not hastening, night would have fallen I felt Sable lower his head. Then he flags? Backwards, too. I dunno why three stumbled .in and stood waiting. Commonwealth Ave.,

by the time we came to the drive. So 'm[ not dead. An' you talk about los- And I stood waiting without with Jacksonville. F1 a. ,
moved past the Rolls, led me up a a ', ,- says: "My health went
my cousin had ordered, for though I fug the car. foot on ,the step and my head close '. ':it .. all to pieces through,
r' "It wasn't your fault," said Bugle. >. .. feminine trouble. I
think we all knew that the risk of en- against the wall. y suffered greatly at certain

countering Pharaoh was very slight. It But Dewdrop had no comfort to of Then came Pharaoh's voice. ';. ;:::'1- times. My head

Helena's that hoisted the would swim, I had
'r was presence fer.That "Bugle. pains in my side.
?, 'flag of peril and made it essential that the three were waiting for Pha ''Ere," said Bugle at once."Don't After taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -
raoh seemed clear. But I enjoyed eating, system functioned
we should omit no endeavor to keep pretty where talk. Whisper. Here. Take my
and I had
perfectly no more pains CK'
her person safe. was Pharaoh now? And what had Pha- these goods. Have you forgotten aches." Buy today of 'your druggistWORMS
roah been doing since seven o'clock?
Again, It would have been worse to them 7""I've

r have been In the leading car. The net He had not seen Rush or Bugle, nor got a shoe," breathed Bugle
had he learned their news. More. Whilehis
might have been drawn'rather tighterbut "Wat's this?"

that was all. My chances seemed men had the use of the Rolls, Pharaoh "A wipe," said Pharaoh. "To which I.

thin. was using his feet. And that was "'
desperately side of the drive are the cars?
not like Pharaoh.
In this state of mind I spent the next "To the right from here."

fifty minutes, smarting., And then at Somewhere In the pile of the castlea "Drop the wipe on the drawbridge, b r AND

last, a mile from the entrance drive, new light leaped into life-a definiteeye and sling the shoe into the fields to the : .
,,. the tall-light bore to the right and the of radiance, unshaded and uncon- left of the drive. If you want to live, TAPEWORM '

s coupe slowed down and stopped by the fined. For a moment it stabbed the make it snappy. They're going to open

;. side of the way. darkness, a steady pinprick of light. those gates before you get back."

Then it broke into a series of flashesa
'.: At once we did the same--and, some- As Bugle went by me, I saw that are quickty'expelled

how or other, I felt that my chance silent luminous stutter that no one here was a chance which would never from the human sys-

could ever mistake. tem with one single
had come. return. Pharaoh had used no torch.If .

z.; "I'll see what they want," I said, and And so my eyes were opened. Beforehis Bugle's reminiscence was true, the dose ofDr.PeeryVDEAD
fellows could tell I knew
slipped out of the car. me, the probability was that he would not use
4 As I came to the door of the coupe truth. one tonight. I was tall and thick-set,

"Look here, my son," said Geoffrey, Pharaoh was on the ramparts, and very much about Bugle's build-a suitI ,

,; "Lady Helena wants you to lead. I Pharaoh was going to "talk." Pharaohhad had left at Plumage was fitting him 1 14T xvopslsrec aw'sor LP

don't think It really matters, and so I been in the castle the livelong day. very well; and Bugle had been told to ''
He had never left with Dewdrop. And q'rf % :n. p1
have From
given way. now on put whisper.,. .
down your foot and don't take It up now he was going to quench the lightsof In a flash I was running for the 50c a bottle nt druggists orWright's
Pill Co., 100 Gold St., N.T. City.
the castle: and when he had out
r again till you're over the bridge. drawbridge in Bugle's wake.
"Whatever happens said Helena. them out he would let his accomplicesin.
The castle was alive with murmurs

., My blood was boiling. -sounds of disorder and distress:

;" "Is that an order I said. Sabre and I Ran Behind Them. Dewdrop deciphered the message, someone was out on the ramparts, raying .

< "You it that said Geof- word by word.
gave name,
Iz were trampling and
) men
to me
: sweet-smelling bank and presently cut "Clothe--up-to-bridge--thtand-by
a. frey. "But we're going to do the I could hear blows
,,- of the coppice and Into the rolling -toenterbylathtnighthpothterndirectlylighthfall shouting ;
same. upon woodwork and the shiver of
; park. .
"All right I said. "I don't care." breaking glass. But I heard these
t'':. "When the llghth go out," said Dew- The lamp flashed once more and
I made my way back to Barley and things as in a dream, for now I knew
drop. "Thath what he thald. went outBefore ,
_':. opened my door. whose key had opened the postern,
"That's right said Bugle. "That's'ow I had gathered my wits, the
p",,.,' "I've got to leave you," I said. "They whose handkerchief would lie on the
done that villa down In the three afoot.
we were
l" want me to ride with them. You're to drawbridge, whose slipper fall in the
I{':: I souf of France. That was a show, that To this day I cannot decide what I 19-36
go first now and don't lift your foot fields.' .
: i vas. You never see such precautions should have done. Had I left them
, J: till you get to the castle gate. You'llbe (TO BE CONTINUED)
against thief 'ouse like a prison and dashed for the castle to give the
:: a poor ;
* keeping them back as it Is, for thecoupe's No Need to Suffer"MorningSickness"
the turned Inside out-an' 'alt a packet of alarm, before I had found the wardenthe
fu faster car.
would have failed. Had I at- Old Fortress May Solve
;'< sir candles between two 'undred rooms. lights )
: "Very good, said Barley.
: I slammed the door and stood back Ally Sloper was in that with Pharaoh. tacked, whatever the result of my effort Inca Treasure Puzzle 5

I can hear him laughin' now as he I think it Is clear that I must myself
>' ,
and he let in his clutch. Does the crumbling fortress of Mac "Morning sickness"-is caused by an
opened the garden-door. 'Dear broth have gone down, but Pharaoh condition. To avoid it acid be
t bandof acid' must
: As the car leapt forward, I fell on chu Picchu, where a desperate <
!;,.. my face In the road. ers,' he says, 'I'm afraid there's some would still have been rampant. The Incas made their last stand agaInst offset by alkalis-such as magnesia.
bandits Inside. So don't for to brain the will and the drive promoting -
you go ,
f PIzarro and his conquistadors In 1532, Recommend
I watched him pass the coupe-and, Why Physicians
cross them by showin' a light. Just as this reign of terror belong to Pharaoh -
:' a moment later, the coupe draw Into hold the secret of the fabulous Incan WafersThese
h I we makes the ball-room, a flunkey alone. And only the destructionof
:. his'wake.. golden treasures? Is it a landmark on
.. I comes biistlln' In with a candle In Pharaoh could end this sinister rule. mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
trail which the gold
t' In a savage triumph I watched Its each of his hands. lights out,' says First Pharaoh and then his fellows; the secret. along pure milk of,magnesia in solid form-
; tail-light diminish. Then the road bent was carried out or tne reacn or tIle the to take it. Each
.; 'Pharaoh, and shoots him dead. Talk but Pharaoh first. most pleasant way

round .to the left and It flicked out of about panic. We well helped our- I say "that is how I saw it," but that invading white men? wafer is approximately equal to a full adult
;. sight Macchu Picchu, its stone walls with dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
selves. Is more than the truth, for I saw it
L their interlocking masonry still Intact thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
s.i --- "But the stuff was there," said Rush. very darkly, and as I stole after my after hundreds of years, is a more or acidity in the mouth and throughout the
f"Ir CHAPTER X "That's what gets me. Panic's all right, I quarry towards the bridge, I was my- familiar sight to travelers who digestive system and insure quick, complete
but we don't know the way to the self the prey of a horrid uncertaintyfor elimination of the waste matters that
mountain trails' Into the Pe-
/::, Pharaoh's Way. gold." which I was not to blame. I had brave the cause gas headaches,bloated feelings anda
i ruvian interior. The story of the Incan
: My ,six-mile walk to Starlight did "Pharaoh's fly," said Bugle. "It ain't staked and won ; and now I was takingmy too familiar to dozen other discomforts.
;'; me a world of good., It seemed to limber only the keys you can make wot can winnings, as gamblers do. But this treasure, every Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and
Instant reader of history: How the Spaniards, 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and inconvenient
;: my muscles and steady my wits; open doors. was no gaming-table ; this was the
hungry for gold, held an Incan chief tins for handbag contain
the darkness secured me, the cool night There was a little silence. business of life and death. your
1 captive, and how he was to be ran ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximately
air refreshed me, the silence rested, my The three'were sitting in the meadows Wild to exploit the advantage I somed with gold. one adult dose of milk of magnesia. AH
;: mind. : just clear of the woods-not between clearly held, in fear of wasting this by delivered but good drug stores sell andrecommend them.
{ Part of the gold was ,
A furlong before I reached the place, the castle and Starlight, but striking too soon, In fear of losing it
when the Incas learned of the Span- Start using these delicious, effective
:'i' I was careful to leave the road and to close to the entrance drive. The lights by holding my hand, I moved 10 paces
and the murder or laxative wafers
lards' treachery anti-acidgentiy today
L- make my way through the woods for of Yorick were showing a furlong In rear of the shambling thieves, with
their king, they turned and fled Into Professional samples sent free to registered
I the next half-mile. away.I one hand on Sabre's collar and .
with millions of dollars' dentists if is made ...
the Interior physicians or request
, I believe It was that that saved me, was crouching directly behind them, other on Geoffre "'s knife.
of bars. on professional letterhead. Select Products, I.:
worth gold :
for as I shall presently show, half an against the trunk of a tree. Sabre, beside So far as I had gathered, they knew This old stone fort, like the more Inc..4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y. '

hour later Geoffrey and Barley and me, was standing still as a rock.I no more than I did what Pharaoh was .-

Sabre came down to that sinister three- could, 1 believe, have killed two- going to do. He was going to cut off famous Temple of the Eun at Cuzco 35c & 6Ocbottles

*"ay.spot.. perhaps all three. But it was PharaohI the light-dlt>aim the main switchboard -' is a materpiece of architecture and is.
works of "unclvlllzed"
I heard the Alsatian minute wanted and Pharaoh doubt Then they one of the greatest o
coming a was not there.I without a ,..
I Post. ,
-Washington :.tir.
r before he arrived. could not follow their reasoning. were to use the postern- i 20c tins

I. For a moment my heart stood still, Why should the lights go out? In the The vision brought me up with a

and then I saw that if Helena was not ordinary way the lights were put out Raccoons Are Intelligent

I with him, I ought to be able to charm at 'midnight-perhaps before. But now jerk.How could they use the postern? Raccoons rank among the most Intelllgent

him from his duty to Geoffrey into at' the case was altered; the drawbridgehad The postern was fast. Pharaoh must of animals. They have proved MII 'Me

t' service he knew. to be watched. And then this talk have opened It somehow Unknown to their ability to survive where many WOw THC CNif'C T,*cID

I r He found me seated a little way up of panic. Had Pharaoh subornedsome the warden, he must have obtained the animals have succumbed. Their 'pelt

f the track. servant to do his will? are valuable, in fact at one time ttojr

i In a flash I had him by the collar Rush lifted his cuff from his wrist: key.A sudden apprehension lifted its were used in place of money. The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer



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Familiarity doesn't want to be tied down to one

, company any longer; he's going to free
makes us care- lance Fredric March felt the same
COMIC"SECTION But there way; thought he was making too many

OUR comes a day when we observe costume pictures So the first one
and think. Then'we suffer. As a he signed up for as a free lance was

a boy I loved life and country "Mary of Sc"tland"with Katherine

things. I used to get up to see Hepburn '. Paramount is going to
the sun, as an old divine I once give us "Beau Geste" again, in color this
read remarks, "coming forth from time, with Gary Cooper in the leading
FINNEY OF THE FORCE ;WaZ: : hv e A Standing DiagnosisWHY his cfiambers In the East." I have role "A Message to Garcia" is a

come in to breakfast drenched in fine picture Jane Withers does fine'
Ol'M\ NoT AoN'( Efo.JNiTH'' dew. How it used to glisten and work in "Gentle Julia" Shirley .

'DON' 'fEZ SO -OI'LUSMTOP IM JEST sparkle in the morning light! But Temple got another raise the other day -;

SHibp Pow N ibTH' To PLEASE NE1ZTdiL that Is all a thousand yearsbehindJ. Practically all the movie companies "
A. Stewart. are trying to sign up Charles Boyer, ,
CORNER AMP OI'M ALL who's already under Contract -
SEE THAT NEw Rol CNT- mill tee him before long in "T' ;

PocToR. AFORE Brave deeds are most estimable Garden,of Allah" And in color .'.
when hidden Margaret Sullaian's broken is hold- ;
yEZ 1::>0
What was finest In them was ing up two pictures Myrna Loy will I
'DoWN wlitfUMPr the desire to hide them.-Pascal. be teamed with Warner Baxter in "To

$ IN' I ] Mary, With Loie."
4 : '
I0 I\' ; .

-/0 Chinese Treasure Convoyed 'a

STAR DUSTMOVIE Home by 'British Destroyer .

( '
(1j AND RADIO Priceless Chinese( art treasures re ':

cently on exhibition at Liverpool, _
*' By VIRGINIA VALE convoyed by British destroyers almost ''',.

jcIP4 like a troopship In wartime i

IID1Ir =_ Western Newspaper Union. Ranpura left recently for China.aboard the steamer .'I

\, vJ1ATOU KEEP IS WALL SOR- NOWADAYS there is one The several thousand pieces of'art,
MORE EXERCISE way an executiveof some of which date' back far, before ij

AMP FRESH AIR / OI'M TH a, motion. picture company to the time of Christ, formed the bulk ':

Now Co CNNMM l-b APv/lSE A LOM <\PATROlMOSJ find out whether his company cently of the at Chinese Burlington art exhibit house. held re- :1''

-I --: If' r" h.A&Ml1 VJALK EVERY PAY0 HIS> rr considers him really importantor Years of negotiations were necessary -

VJHAT l S YOLIR >* gEA7/ not. If he's a big shot, he's to induce the Chinese govern -

h OCCUPATION ? not allowed to fly. That's: a ment and people to part temporarily ',i
hardship when a man .is commutingfrom with the collection, which was sent :
Hollywood to New York and to England aboard the cruiser Suffolk '

( f back again, of course-but hardship under the close guard of a dozen '.:
(ARLAPF \&TT or not, they take ,trains. Chinese experts. '

Only last week three of Metro's Reports were that the Chinese
'' demanded the collection be placed :
big men wanted to get' from New on
York to Hollywood in a hurry, and exhibit In Shanghai. \

planned to fly; they had done it soften o -'
that It meant no more to them Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the orig
final little liver pills put up 60 years ago. '
than walking down the street; they
They regulate liver and bowels.-Adv.
0 knew all too well that flying was '
no more dangerous than any other fl
Bluffs and Mountains r ,;
means of transportation. But at the
A man can make a big bluff easier }
last minute somebody got wind of than
-- -- "' '-'OE.""""" "" - &.-.I he can a little mountain.
-- __ ,_ n_' __ their plans. The resulting'argument 1
was hot and heavy-but In the end

FEATHERHEADS Wt.rn By ?r IlnlnnI On His Toes they went by train. 30c40c65c Bottles "

One of them didn't really object,, EVEN j

PARDN ME MADAM-- however. He was Howard Dietz, REMOVESGUMGREAS ;;,
chjef of publicity and advertising, ,
and well knowi as a writer successful
llUiiM <5 OFF OP musical shows_

MY FOOT ? "That's all right with me," he remarked ROLL DEVELOPED 1

t. "I'll win a thousand dollarsat 8 Never-fade Velox Prints ;
.. bridge on_the wayouL" RABBIT CO. \
Spartanburc South Carolina (COIN) ,
I -' -- -
Y / )
/ IIi There's just no stopping them-I '
mean these girls who are as determined FRUITS-VEGETABLES WANTED!
i now not to be In Truck and Car Lots. High Market Prices Quick ,
Sales,Financial responsibility assures Full daily returns
\ blonde as they once Ourmarkct quotations are not exaggerated to
induce shipments Writs or wire for them
were to be as blondeas
Z possible. Jean
"The Dependable Hotut" ''J
Harlow started it, 18 East Camden St. BALTIMORE MD.
r of Established SO years and the only Wholesale .'
course, by turning 3
Commission Firm
.x now operating S separate ,
e o '"brownette," and locations and sates forces in Baltimore ,?

... 0 0 .. .. u. now 'we have Carole .i ,
\ 1 Lombard, Alice Faye 4
and Joan Bennett .ti 5* AND 10 JARS ,

1 following her exam- THE 10$ SIZE CONTAINS 3'/2 TIMES
ple. They seem to = AS MUCH AS THE 5C SIZEWHYPAYMORE ====
WELL-WEARY I'M NOW QUITE ( (( I r (( feel that it will help I ? ,;:

them to get more Joan Bennett
IS I7MUCNOF serious roles-quite MOROLINE 1'i

A WALK ? !t'5SfMi forgetting that Anne Harding, who

I is naturally so blonde, has been do

ing pretty well with serious roles' fora
c long, long time.

-+K- ,
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Frank Parker, who bobs up on so ,;
many radio programs, is going to -

make another picture; his first, yowl: I The Very Idea If ,",
recall, was "Sweet Surrender." He's
\llss-Did anyone ever tell you how :
been o'n the stage, so he's prepared wonderful you are?

for a movie career. Youth-No; I don't think anyone:

I Speaking of his stage career, the ever did'
other day Fifi D'Orsay came to a rehearsal :Miss-Then I'd like to know where
of her radio show with a you get the Idea.
picture of the cast of "Greenwich I
Village Follies of 1925." Willie Howard -
glanced at it, then at Parker, and It's a Big Place ,
said, "Frank, there's a fellow/ in this Teacher-Bobby, do you know the 1

picture who looks exactly: like you." population of Chicago?
-- Bobby-Not all of them Miss
"Looks like me?" retorted Frank.
NOT REALLY NEEDED when they are playing marbles turn IN A SAFETY BOX Shaw, we've only lived here three
"It Is me. I was a chorus boy. r
i Into?
Tommy-Golfers!-Stray-Stories Mag ,
: i:;
Pedro, the lion tamer, was sick and ''' WHILE. YOU

unable to appear at the circus that WORK .i
night, so his wife applied for the job. ,, ";,
"Do you think you can manage the
animals?" asked the circus proprietor. '-0.",
"Did Pedro manage them all right?"
D "Did Bever Inherit his father's
she asked.
"Most successfully.
A "If he did they must be held,In trust
"Well, that's all light, then. I can "
;, "Why don't by somebody. i Flirt T\\o strange men
you ask jour husband's manage Pedro.-Stray Stories Magazine -
adviceV" r..r l ;V spoke to me on the street today. ':
"I intend to, my dear Just as soon Roads f ) Old Aunt Sarah-Huh A stranger .
I .as I've made up my mind what I'll do." When Robert Grows Up "Do you want better roads In Crimson V. M Y'.. J never tries to speak to me. 'I
.y. A /
Gulch? I.I
Teacher-Robert, what are you go-
"Of course," answered Cactus Joe.
r Address Mislaid ing to be when you grow up?
, ,,: The commercial] traveler began to Bobby-I'm going to be a grand- I "So long as the nearby farmers get' Y R
turn the room upside down. father and just sit around telling I paid for iot raisin' crops they are naturally
"What have you lost dear?" asked every one how cold the winters were I ; desirous of better facilities for
' his wife. and the things I did when I was a i pleasure 'Irlvlng."

"I've taken an order today, and I've bo '.Pathfinder Magazine. {
misbild the address of my firm!"-Tit- I Sure Cure f ? Tel: PERFECT Gl1M

Bits Magazine. Liked 't "Doctor, I snore so loudly that I
Proud Author-So glad you liked often wake myself up. Can you do
Preliminary Training my new play. Was it better than you anything for that?"
Parson (stnerely to Tommy-Tom expected? "Well .: J B
why don't you sleep in another
my, what do little. boys who swear Frank Friend-No, shorter : room?"

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Coy J. Bruner, J. A. Caple, Mrs. Estell of June, 1936. preciated. Thanks. of the county a conscientious ad-
Paty To Speak F. Caple, H. A. Green. H. G. Greene, My past record for fairness to all DENNIS SMALL. ministration if elected. Your vote

Mrs H. A. Greene, \V.V.. Holland, and the'' manner in which I have and your support will be appreciated. -
Here On MondayClewiston Lcnora Hendrix, Mabel R Kickliter, H. conducted the affairs of this officeis ,

G. Kickliter, Clyde Maddox, Mrs. Clara an open book to those who wishto FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: DOUGLAS THOMPSON

will Pardo, Maurice Taylor, Ruth Townsend, investigate.I District No. 1, Hemlry CountyIt
citizens bear B. F.I Elman Trowbridge,' Annie E. :Trow- believe that my age, training as -
an attorney, and previous experi-
Paty in a fiery campaign speech
bridge, Chester Walker is my intention and desire at
ence, enable me to render more ef- ITo
Monday morning when the candi-: and that the County Commissioners of this time to announce myself as a
ficient service In this important of-
date for Governor who is creatingso Hendry County, Florida, will meet on candidate for re-election as memberof

much talk all over Florida comes Monday, May 25, 1936, at 10:30 o'clock fice.If you see fit to re-elect me as the Hendry County Board of Pub- the Democratic Voters of Hen-
in the City of lic Instruction subject to the. Demo- dry County:
here to speak at 10 o'clock.On a.m., at the courthouse your County Judge, I promise, as
his second tour of Florida, LaBellc, Florida, for the purpose of restoring fur as: In me lies, to give Hendry cratic Primaries in June. Continuation hereby announce my candidacyfor
the office of
Tax Assessor in
Paty is being greeted with large and to the said registration books County an honest,. capable and dependable will be of appreciated.M.your loyalty. and support Hendry County, subject to the actionof
enthusiastic crowds wherever ho any of the above names which have been administration of the affairs -
E. VON MACH. the Democratic Primaries in June.
erased or
speaks. His forceful presentation of wrongfully or erroneously of the office. Your vote and support will be greatly -
his program for restoring common,, stricken off, provided such person shall Your vote and support will be appreciated.
maks fact to the satisfaction greatly appreciated. '
sense honesty in Florida's state government such apear R. N. MILLER.
of the said Board of County Commis- H. A. RIDER. '
is winning support of thousands I
sioners before said date. I
and ,wide commendation from on or INSTRUCTIONI

the press. Chairman Board of 'County Commis-' FOR REPRESENTATIVETo am a candidate for the office of --
Paty has been" termed "The Political sioners, Hendry County, Florida I Superintendent of Public Instruc- I wish to annoUl ce my candidacyfor
Volcano. Like hot lava, his '
(Seal) the Democratic Voters of Hendry tion. re-election as "a* Assessor for
fiery denouuciations sear to the Attest: v County: If chosen, I will discharge the du- Hendry County, suoj'iit to the will

bone the betrayers of public trust, WILLIAM T. HULL, Clerk. 'I wish to announce my candidacyfor ties of the office faithfully and impartially -1of I, the Democratic otirs in June.I .
looters and pilferers of the public the office of Representative for am seeking reel Ie 'tion solely on

treasury, and racketeers cloaked Hendry County, subject to the will I solicit and will appreciate active my record of fairness: to the taxpayers -

with official powers.Announcement .:-:..:.. ;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:....:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:, of the voters in the June Primary.. support in the approaching Demo- and fairness to 'h' county. I will
of his Though living in Clewiston, I own cratic Primary. continue the same p<"licy in futureas
appearance and operate a business, in LaBelle, S. A. GRAVES. In the past-Fairness to all.
in' this community i is expected to POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
: and therefore am vitally interestedin Your vote and support will be appreciated -
bring out a record attendance to
the --
development and welfare of
hear him speak. I fall sections of Hendry county, andpledge'my FOR COUNTY; JUDGEI HURD L. REEVES.TO .
He goes from Clewiston to. Moore '' untiring efforts to obtain

Haven and LaBelle. early construction of Road 164.
hereby announce myself !
as candidate -.
(Paid Political Adv.) I I Your vote and support will be ap- for the' office of County THE VOTERS OF

,: ":,,:,,: ,,,:,,,,""":"+;...;....;..;....;...;...;...;...;/_ A;..;.N A;N A;..A...AA.....', preciated. Judge of Hendry County, Florida, COUNTY HENDRY
KEATHLEY BOWJDEN. subject to the approval of the vot-
NOTICE FOR SHERIFF ers in the Democratic Primary, June #

In compliance with Section 297 Compiled 2. LaBelle, Fla.
of Hendry County: Your vote and ,
To the support will be ap-
General Laws of Florida, notice I announce my candidacy for the
myself as a FOR SHERIFFI preciated.
I hereby announce
office of Superintendent of Public
is given the Commissioners
hereby that County
candidate for the office of Sheriff. .:BILL MADDOX. Instruction.I .
of Hendry County, Florida, of Hendry County, subject to the wish to announce my candidacyfor
at a meeting held on Wednesday, May will"of the voters of the County in :, re-election to the office of Sheriff served the schools of this com-

6th" 1936, for' the purpose of examiningand the Democratic Primary of June 2nd. 'Ir I of Hendry County, subject to the FOR SHERIFF munity many years and will If elect-
revising the registration books of If elected, I promise an honorable, Democratic Primaries in June. ed, do my best to keep the doors of

Hendry County, Florida, erased there I impartial, economical administration I am making this race solely on the school houses open and raise the
To the Voters of
from the names of all such as have died of the office. my record of law enforcement and I hereby Hendry County: standard of the schools.I .
or removed from the County, or who I'I Respectfully yours, fair dealings to all, and assure the I for the office of Sheriff my of candidacy promise' a complete separationof
otherwise W. C. HOOKER. people of the schools from politics and I
are disqualified to vote, as I I Hendry County that the county subject to the Democratic
follows, to-wit: I policies of this office will not I I Primaries in June.' I have been a will work for a tenure of teachers
change. based entirely upon taeir success in
Precinct One (1): resident of Hendry county for the
I FOR TAX COLLECTORI Your vote and support. will be ap }I the school room.
Carlos Avant, Daisy Alston, Mrs. Jno., 1 I past sixteen years and feel that I
I Upon this I solicit
W.: ,Arnold, M. 'L. Arnold, \V. L. Allen, wish to announce myself a candidate I I am capable of carrying on the workof platform your
Sam Carson Blount H.. Brown- I : H. L. DELANEY. the office in an honest and fearless support.
Dwight for re-election to the office of
'ing, Clyde M. Baker, Bryant L. Bux- "Tax Collector for' Hendry County, ]I manner, and of giving the people I D. G. McCORMICK.

ton, E. B. Butler, J. E. Baker, :Mrs. E. subdect to the Democratic Primary,

B. Butler, E. C. Belcher, J. E Barwick, June 2nd.I FOR REPRESENTATIVE Ii I

E D. Bennett, John O. Belche, Martha I have endeavored to and believe i .< :- _.:--- ---'.- ,:- ,CTif.t, "4m
Buxton, J. H. Butler, E. T. Br.eozeale! that I have made a good' Tax Collector In making my announcement for

Robert Bennett, H. R. Beales, LaurineE. and if you honor .me with reelection re-election to the House of Representatives -

Cox, Irene C. Cox, Willie Canmack, 1 I shall continue to serve you I II from Hendry County, sub-
William I. Cowart, Fred M. Cato, T. C. In the' same dependable manner in ject to the Democratic Primary of
Cavon Vivian Clark R. Clark T. E. I which I have served you for the past I NOTICE :
J June, I wish to state that I am par- ,
Cusick, Charles W. Dean, Quintan A. three and one-half years. ticularly interested in .the welfareof ;
Your vote and active will
Dyal, Mae Drew, J. W. Ducan, Maud be: appreciated. support the schools and the completionof I'

Davis, Clyde R. Egley, Earl G.: Escott, the North and South road from .
Zlna Egley,. Bennett Edwards, Earle R. Venus to Everglades City known as .:

Foontaine, Walace J. Futch, Carl 'R. !. State Road number 164, and will to ," :,: .:::" [
Freedlund, Patrick W. Fitzpatrick, Har- use my efforts in the Interest of ,. .-. ...;:"'".it.- .
Fulmer Mrs. each, or any other matter affectingthe '7 :
lan S. French, Judson ; : '\ u
Earle R. Fontaine, Henry Elbert Gardner County and its Citizenship..
', Clifford T. Goodman, Omerea M. I wish to announce my candidacyfor I believe experience gained as a "

Goodman, Eva Mae ,Green, Roy Green, the office of Clerk of the' Circuit member of previous sessions of the CandidatestThe !

Mrs. Roy Green, Ray Heeb, Keith, M. Court of Hendry County.I I Legislature will enable me to render -

Hartsfleld, Thomas J. :Humphrey, promise an efficient, courteousand the very best service to Hendry

Gladys V. Humphrey, A. Hastings, business-like operation of. this County, and I shall'appreciate the I'
support and influence of
Mina Hastings, Lillian Howell, C. P. office, if elected.. every citizen -
and voter.
Hartline, Albert J. Hill, Harold T.. Rotation in office is a Democratic

Johnson,David Johnson, Henry I im- principle. ELBERT L. STEWART.

brough, Elmer Krantz, Lota B. Lang'for'd Your vote and support will be campaign will soon start in earnest. Have

S O. D. Luke, M. G. Langford; William greatly appreciated. .

H. Merritt, F. R. Maxwell, Math W. P. (Fred) VAUGHN, JR. FOR TAX COLLECTOR you made arrangements tor your
t Merritt, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Nigel G.

Mowery, John K., .Mowery, John W. A Democrat--born and raised in I

Moore, Effie Mathis, .Roy McIntosh, J I old Lee County, went to 'school in '
Lina McIntosh, "Kenneth S. McMullen, TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY Fort Myers and LaBelle and then I Campaign Cards :: "
Beatrice G. McFadden, Gayle M. Mc- COUNTY: took a course in Massey Business :

S S Fadden, :Mrs. C. \V. McDonald, C. W. College.' Came back home and work-.] Leaflets ;({:
McDonald,. Homer :McDonald, Anna I am a candidate for reelectionas ed at intervals for fifteen years in /
your Clerk of the Circuit Court.I general mercantile and hardware 'I,
McDuffie, Geo. McDuffie; Mrs. C. D.McDuffie .
appreciate the overwhelming vote Placards ;
business combined with
postofficefor '
C. D. McDuffie, Julian Mc:
you have 'always given me, and if one employer who is now a liv-
Duffie, G. S. R. McDowell, Mrs. G. S. .
see fit to re-elect' I will con-
you me ing reference at any time.
R. McDowell Thomas New Carl Dodgers
John ,
tinue to entire the
give my time to .
Osw'att I then finished a'' normal school .
Patrick New Thomas G. F.
; office and the courteous treatment
same -
Oakley, Dolores A- .Perry, Edith* Agne course, took examination and taught Other Campaign Printing

:. Peterson, M, P. Peterson, C. S. WILLIAM T. HULL. school for five successive years in
: i ley, Quinton Pressley, James P. prcss'l,\ I I one community. On account of failing -
health of mother I was compelled
:: -
Joe L. Rutland Vilma J. Rhodes
George L. Royal, Sue .B.: Royal l, George: l I 1 to give up my school work and Our Prices Are Reasonable :
TO THE DEMOCRATIC: VOTERSOF come home to care for my children.I ; J
Schaverman Bruce Sanders Wm. H. ,
HENDRY COUNTY: then was elected Supervisor of :
" Swafford, Broward Scott, Wm. A. Scott. Registration and served five "' lOur
--- years Our Work Is ;
Exacting .k;%
" '" Mary Edna Scott Win. Albert Scott
, After due consideration I hereby and have handled by own businessfor ,
'. Francis Stokes. Mrs. Geo. M. I :" \
the past twenty years. I feel thatI '
announce candidacy for Tax
my *
,-'., D. E. Smith, Eula Smith, Arthur Scott. Assessor of Hendry County, sub- can qualify for this job providingthe Service Is Prompt '. t.'

::.f. Ella Scott, Charley F. TrainerRuth W ject to the wishes of the voters In good people of Hendry County

y Trainer: Bert Turner, Leslie Thomas, the Democratic Primary in June., will give it to me. \ ,
i; Nellie Thomas, Louise Tidwell, Jeppce I have been Clerk of The City of Your support will be appreciated.
t: Thomas, ,N. D. Thomas, Jack 'Tarver, LaBelle for the past five ':jcars. I ALICE CURRY BAILEY. Let us handle all campaign printing fir you.

cs',: H. Townsend, Jennie A. Toulis, served as County Tax Collector two

L Lamor O. Vinson, Harvey Peter Wilson years by appointment and four years .

r i;;.;.' Elizabeth West, Geo. Watkins, H.4I by Election. I organized the first
::':. Welson, Winnie Wattcn, E. C. Webb, Abstract Company in LaBelle and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Low Prices'on Cuts

; .. Clara Webb, W. L. Wilson, Beatrice have had considerable experience in District No. 1, Hendry County

\Ventzel, Earl Wentzel, Mary G. Whid- this line of work.
At present I am _Deputy Tax Col- This will announce my candidacy I
f f"; den;; Russell Whidden, J. J. Yawn.
lector and have had daily experience for re-election to the office of Coun-
The lowest for
. Precinct Two prices cuts cards and
,(2)): in handling the Tax Rolls for over ty Commissioner from District No. on
t.: W. H., Altman, B. E. Alderman, A. nine years.I 1, Hendry county, subject to the

Wade Blake, Raymond B. Hall,. J. L. have College I training and also June Democratic Primaries.My I placards are available this year., Bring in
Minis, A. H. Murphy, Mrs.. A.. H Murphy two years in Law. I have been a cit- record is my platform. Your

.f- D. C. Mountford, Mrs D. C.Mount izen of Hendry County for the past vote will be appreciated photograph and have cut'made
'p ford, J. G. Martin, Susie E. Martin, sixteen'years.. D. G. ALSTON. your we can

,' Marie Malakowsky, Gordon G. Perry, If elected I promise Courteousand '
Ethel K. Perry, Lorenzo D. Padgett, Efficient service at all times and within a few days. Prices on all sizes.

Carl E. Royer, Lorena K. Royer, W. will put forth my best efforts to keep FOR TAX ASSESSORI I I
E. 'Stockwell,' Andy Whidden, Mae the taxes equalized and as low as

Whidden. J possible. hereby announce my candidacy I
I I will appreciate the support and for the office of Tax Assessor in and
Precinct Three ((3): influence of 'every citizen and voter. for Hendry County, Florida, subjectto Keep your job printing work at home

Picas L. Attison, Florence Arledge, W. P. (Bill) ANDREWS.FOR the vote of the Democratic Primary -
"4 E. P. Booth, Mary Alice Booth, Clinton I June 2nd. 4',,
1' Curry, Mrs. F. C. Curry, 'Mary E. Ful- I have lived in Hendry County for J .

ghum Dorris Fulghum, Francis, Ful- COUNTY JUDGETO the past 14 years, during which time "

L ghum, Lonnie Jones, Ila Wilson, JohnS. I[ have served as Secretary .f the I One "
Wilson. THE VOTERS OF HENDRY Hendry County Democratic Execu-

J Precinct Four (4): COUNTY: tive Committee, as President of the
With a deep sense of appreciationfor Young Democratic Club, and am at I
W. M. Daniels, Jack Green, Mrs. the support you have given me i present Tax Assessor for ,the City Clewiston News.

... Radford Howard, Radford Howard, in my first elective term, I hereby 'of LaBelle. ..' ,
Lemuel Howard, J. J. May. ,. Hugh M? announce ;my candidacy for re-elec- I will endeavor at all times to

::." Shepherd. tion as County Judge of Hendry have taxes as reasonable and as

t' ;? Precinct Five (5):" .County, Florida, subject to your; approval nearly equalized .as possible. .; m .
Charley A. Allen, Mrs. Alice !?r':1ner= In the Democratic Primaries Your support will be greatly ap-. '" :.._ ;.;. ?; i : f. i .1 ::. __: tr'g _" : : :.. ..../"


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