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 15, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Nearing Peak Here Here On Monday


The packing houses here are the B. F. Paty, of West Palm Beach,

FELDA TONIGHT I[ SCHOOLREVISED and one of the leading contenders OF
scene of great activity as the peakof HARLEM LIFE OF CHINESE
I in the race for Governor ,spoke in
the shipping season approaches in Clewiston Monday morning in be-II i

this territory and although the mar- half of his candidacy.Mr. I
FRIDAY ket is weaker this week than it has Paty is one of the most aggressive I
MAY 29. ben the price is still high enoughand TWO ROOMS. candidates in the race and I FAR EAST.

I I in his talk ,here he continued his ,
steady enough that ths growers
: policy adopted early in the campaignof I
Candidates '; may realize a nice profit from their I The Kiwanis Club received
and work a
for county-wide A grader and ,operator began roasting thoroughly the adminis-
district offices will meet at the fruit. yesterday on the site of the new tration and the two-job practice. He pleasant surprise at their meeting

:school house in Felda tonight at Beardsley and Patrick are still I Harlem school building and withina is naming the two job legislators in Wednesday night when B. F, Brown,

:8:00" for the first of three political shipping the bulk of the produce short time construction is expected each district and county he visits manager of the Florida Employment

.. ,i.;. .a: :rallies which are to be held in the 'I from Clewiston. Each of them have I I to be going ahead in full swing, and is expressing his opinion in no Service here, spoke' at some lengthon

:'J; (: county prior to the Primary election shipped eight cars of tomatoes to on the building which is being con-. uncertain language of the legislator the customs, policies and idiosyn-

;'p''':>' ,on June 2. The three rallies were date and expected to have anothercar structed with WPA funds. The grader who as he expresses it, "sell himself crasies of the Chinese, among whom
or. two out today. Carbone Brothers he lived for twelve The word
f. ; was provided by the sponsors for for a public job". years.
La-: : : : are shipping but not in such levelling off the tract ready for the He spoke of the great number of had been passed,around among the

/::; : :Democratic Executive Committee great quantity.The foundation.On bureaus in the state, totalling more I members ''that there would be a

1S-.l': and plans made, agreeable with the market quotations yesterday Monday ten WPA workers will than fourteen hundred, the greater speaker on China but, no one knew : .

"' ". candidates, regarding the length of gave Florida fruit a. top price of a- be assigned to the project and will part of which he said had been cre- that it ,was one of the club members.Mr. .

::' time to speak and the order of ap- bout $3.00 on most northern mark- be Brown, lived, in China from
be taken to the woods south of Fred ated in order that jobs might also
ets. The f. b. field crate 1911 to 1923. For four he
.. pearance. o. price per and their years
:; WJndden's[ Station to cut piling for created for the legislators
:d;.". The second rally will be held in was dropped from $1.50 to $1.00! the foundation. The building is to friends. His promise is to cut downon served as representative of the American -

,;t: LaBelle at the school house next I within two' days this week. : be constructed of hand hewn tim- this great extravagance in the Tobacco Company during

a'>t ':. Friday night, May 22, at the same Lake arbor is shipping tomatoesin bers with finished floors and ceil- state government and restore the which time he travelled all over the +

'.:::': :; .. hour and on the following Friday great quantities, M. H. Crouch ings and a great part of the projectis control to the people through the country. Later he was Eastern man-

if ':":, night, May 29, the candidates will having rolled ten cars from his pack- the work which will be done in passing of constitutional amend- ager for an American export house

r :.:-:'.<. .. gather in the Clewiston school audit ing house there one day this week. the woods. ments. and was later in the import and export -

; :!,': : : torium to speak to the voters of this On the same day two cars went from The U. S. Sugar Company has He assailed the corruptness of the trade for himself

: i>\< '" community and district. There will Clewiston and one from Moore Haven presented the County School Board slot machine "racket" and' other items He stated that in his business deal

} barbecue making a days total of thirteencars "evils" the ings with the Chinese he had always
>i'\ .'-:':' be no general rally and with a deed to the' property on which 'which he termed of

;;.1.';. ,SJ..: lield this year in Hendry county. from'the north Glades section. the building will be located., The administration. found them to be for the most part
,?,,:'.:r. '.::'. Under the plans made each candidate Reports are that the tomato crop tract will have a frontage of 150 Concluding his talk here he left I very honest and a business man's

l :.:,:': :.. will be given five minutes to in Ocala, Manatee and other sectionsis feet. for Moore Haven to speak in that word wag as good as his bond. He

't..' :: ; :. ;speak with the exception of candidates coming in now and some fear is I place and from there went to Fort told of the politics of the' country,

ft :::;(:, : for representative who have j i felt that ,the markets will feel the The original plans for the build- Myers. In spite of the fact that it the vast population of four hundred
three school-
called for
't2: :;:i:,' :been given ten minutes and district':' effect to a great extent within a ing a loom was almost noon when he arrived million people of very diverse ways
house to cost in excess of $5,000, of
I which $3,769.91 was a federal do
!, /;' In every instance the incumbent will great difference between the inhabitants
N':; ; Designates was to have been $1,556.91! in
'r( : :;>"" be he last speaker to appear. No time Clewiston Team Wins of the southern and northern
terial, supplies, equipment
') 'f-', has been alloted for rebuttals. I I tna-I part of the country describing the ,
etc. However lack funds -
' Officials and Polls of by
? : A great many are planning to attend southern Chinese as small of stature, .
't.' '.,',' \\PA resulted in a change of planto Second Game Sunday
:'f;,>. the Felda rally tonIght| from I i the kind usually found in America
I lessen the of the
cost project so
J'r ;...-. Clewiston and all of the county voters as contrasted with the stalwart men
The Board of County Commissioners that the building will be constructedas --
J. :;?j': who 'can possibly do so will try{I of the northern sections. From Mongolia -
at a special meeting appointedthe two-room structure with other The organized Clewiston-
t. ;:;, ,..: to attend all three rallies.Addition a recently he said, he had come to be-
: I election officers and designatedthe slight alterations. Engineer team won their second con-
: ; lieve the American Indian had come ',
polling places for all precinctsin When the school building is well secutive game from the Moore Haven of Chinese ;
for the mongoloid type
(, :, To List Of Hendry county. The list appears underway it is planned to start work nine Sunday by a score of 6-1. are very similar in many respects .
} in this issue as a legal notice. This was another practice game and .
I I j on the recreation' park in ...Clewiston.The I to the American Indian.'Hesaidthatwhen.'he.
Recommended Teachers The officers who have been will not begin in thetSEe'TCeafue"unt11
appointed first will be the the season
work ,consjriifc ,
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for Precinct No; 1 i)1' Clew ion of shuffleboard courts' and when fim Details' of
1- to work that he did not know
i j' iston are as, follows: additional funds are available the the organization have been workedout and

:. In printing the names of the Clew- Clerk, R.. J. Coker. tennis courts will be built. The and all teams, are ready to go. anything about the language

:' \, iston teachers recommended last Inspectors: MrjE. Josephine County Planning Board is anxious It i's' hoped that Belle Glade will was provided with an interpreterand
week at the first meeting of the new Wright, Mrs. V. A. Allen and A. W. that these two worthy projects be have a team together to play on the teacher. He soon learned enough .'.
to permit him to
board of trustees, the names of ,Miss S as. completed and splendid co-operation coming Sunday. of the language

':. Mary Snell and the two substitute Robert George, Special Officer.' has been given by other members I The game last Sunday was playedon handle his work. However he often says

teachers, Mrs. V. A. Allen and Mrs Polling Place: Clewiston Motor as well as the two Clewiston members I the local: diamond and was marked that people of one section understandthe can
miles and not
travel fifty
H. O. Fuller, were omitted. Company. I M. E. VonMach and D. G. Als- by a number of errors on the However .
'.' I' dialect spoken 'there.
ton Moore Haven team. Their team was .
the language is the same and
; MacWilliams' Marion Smoak-Bussey Marriage I not so complete nor dangerous as" they cannot understand the speech "1'I '

the team 'which had been here on

Almost Half Done Solemnized Thursday : ,Poll Taxes the previous: Sunday and the local I they resort told! of to writing.He the modernization. of "

? lads had no trouble clubbing the visitors : -
i China and the increase in wages of
into submission, aided as they '
laborer during the ::
(Moore Haven Democrat) The marriage of Miss Louise Bus- were by a number of errors the Chinese
Must Be Paid I twelve years he spent there. Whenhe
Junior in Clewiston High
The Marion, steam drag-line Hookey Avant was on the moundfor China the rate of
first went to
' which is being used by the MacWil- School during the pa&t year and a Clewiston with Ed Clarke receiving .

1 liams Dredging Company to widen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bus- Avant gave up only three hits, pay was about American twenty cents a day'Agriculture or-
eight cents in money.
J and deepen Three-Mile Canal from, sey of Clewiston to Thomas David .BeforeMidnight one of them a triple and Moore Haven the principal industrybut j

:{ Moore Haven to Lake Hicpochee, has Smoak, formerly of Clewiston and ::1 got no earned runs. Clewiston got is a number of .i
there are quite
"'; now progressed to a point just be- now of Azucar came as a great surprise six safeties off Porter Hendry, two stated that the :,'

.; low the, Swindall place which is almost to their many friends here. Tomorrow. singles by Cruze, a double by Hooks, large factories. He factory in the
half of the Consider- The marriage was solemnized in largest cigarette
" project. a single and a double by Lawrence the American To-
;: able time has been lost by the ma- Sebring at four-thirty yesterday afternoon I and a triple by Nail. Hooks scored world, owned by located in

" : : chine in making repairs and ,several by the County Judge of three runs, and Cruze, Lawrence and bacco Companwas most
of the
ARE YOURS PAID Shanghai as well as one
", days when it bogged down in a soft Highlands County. I Clarke' one each. equipped

,>, place in the ramp but work is pro- Mrs. Smoak was one of the most No announcement has as yet ''been modern and completely

steadily now and it. is felt popular girls ,in high school this I made for a game Sunday but efforts printing plants.
-' and received the honor of be- John Elmore Wins His talk was one of the most interesting ;
I that from the standpoint of time, if year were being made to secure a game

1'gressing, not of distance, the project is more ing chosen May Queen by receivingthe with the Belle Glade team. heard in several monthsby A:

;;r" than fifty percent complete. greatest number of votes in a First Week's PrizeThe The line-ups: Moore Haven; the Kiwanians and they showed .,1/1,I

) \ The 50-B, a small dragline which popularity contest.Mr. I Whidden, ss; Barwick, 2b; Bass, 3b; I II their appreciation by a hearty applause 7

;, .,, ,", has been constructing the ramp for Smoak has been employed by I Bales, c; Hendry, p; Eads, If; Thiel- at the conclusion of the talk.' ,

;'1 r, the larger dredge completed the the Commissary Department of the first week of Parkinson's I en.lb; Mathis, cf; Braliri,' rf .

." ,-, work to Hicpochee last week and has I U. S. Sugar Corporation for -several I I fishing contest closed Saturday Clewiston-Engineers: Cato, Hi; W. P. A. To Clean )
" -: and is now located in Azucar I night with a seven pound bass entered -
been moved back for repairs. It will years Hooks, 2b; Nail, cf; Cruze, ss; Avantp

probably be brought back to Moore where the young couple will make I I by John Elmore capturing first ; Clarke, c; Roberts, 3b; Lawrenceand Diston Island Ditches .
their home. He is the place and entitling him to the prize .
Haven after the repair$ are completeand son 1\11'.1 I Miller, rf; Frances and McLen-

put to work on the unfinished and Mrs. S. T. Smoak of Moore bait for the week. Mr. Elmore's en- don, Ib; v-h, : !i

; sections at the highway bridge and en and was graduated from ,the high I try was made last Friday.

at the A. C. I... bridge. school in that place in 1933. Prior to Wednesday afternoon on- (Moore .Haven Democrat) ;.;:
East Shore Levee '
The Sargent, tiniest machine in: The only attendants at the wedding ly one entry has been made this The Works Progress Administration .

I were Mrs. Cruze, of Venus, a ( week, a four pound, fourteen ounce the first ,of this week gave their :
the is
equipment now
working on the spoil bank opposite sister of the bride, and Adolph bass registered by Gus Cantrell. Work To Start Soon I app o' 'al to a project for the cleaning -

town, levelling down the great I Smoak, the groom's brother. The ; of weeds: and growth from some

mountain of dirt to conform to gov- bride wore an ensemble of white. ] Standard To DamCalcosahatchee --" drainage ditches in Diston Island :'
J. R. Peyton and A. H. Brown, District which project has
The entire Drainage
e\nment specifications. I U. S. Engineer office in of
the district the beginning ,
; spoil bank from Moore Haven to;I BENTLEY IS MANAGER OF j RiverThe Jacksonville were here Tuesday and been sought since :
Lake Hicpochee will be graded down' DAN CIIAPPELL'S CAMPAIGN the present set-up.
Wednesday making a study of con-
'. and levelled off to a height not The work will consist of cleaningthe
ditions of levee' on east shore of the main
'.; greater than five feet above the elevation ditch running from the
R.V'. former
Bentley, Chairmanof Standard Dredging Company Lake which has been badly washedby No.
":. of the beim. An excellent from Pump Station
job canal
the State Road Department and expects to begin construction of a wave action since its construc- ,
: / has been done the section along the north side of the F. B
on already 1
of the
; manager campaign of Doyle dam' and spillway in the Caloosahat-
'r.'i- completed and the spoil bank, instead Carlton tion.The 'Place and intersecting; with "
for Governor has been selected chee River near Alva within the next protective measures to be tak- Milks mile
' i' of being left ragged as many by Dan Chappell, of Miami, in order to the Highway 67 road ditch a half
few days secure necessary en are contingent on the completionof ditch,
:. had'been afraid would be done A branch of this
: hasbeen of town.
;I' one of the leading candidates for flotation for their big hydraulic surveys now being made to do- east
e- made to look very attractiveand Governor this year, as campaign "Tampa" which is it is running north from the Mills placeto
!I dredge teimine volumes after which be
it is logical to believe that build- Daniels place is also to
I manager. :Mr. Bentley lives in Bra- working in that vicinity. probable that bids will be asked I I the becomeso !
ing lots on this spoil bank, during denton and it is understood bare- cleaned out. The growth has
that the At the' present time there is within a very short time. The survey -
the years to come, will be in great I dense in these ditches as to seriously
Chappell headquarters will be water in the channel to
moved I ly enough work is said to be now virtually of water. ,
demand. the passage
from Miami to Tampa this week. I permit the dredge,. which has a draft': complete.The hamper assigned .

of between eight and nine' feet, to extra survey crews which W. P. A.' labor'las been
Mrs. I. ,M. Pafford and daughters, Mrs. D. G. Alston I project and ,work is expectedto
and daughter, I move. The company feels that it will were added for this work will, in to the
Ann and Mary Kay. and Mrs. John Martha Nell, left Saturday for Columbus -; expedite the work considerably if all probability, be kept at work after start Monday morning. M. R. Fra-andL.

B., Dotterer were business visitors I Ga., where they were call- the water level is raised by the dam. the completion of the east shore lish will be foreman in charge the

in West Palm Beach Wednesday af- ed by the serious illness of Mrs. Als- However all navigation will be shut survey Capt. Richardson, Selee stated E. Farnam is to supervise

ternoon. I ton's lather, J. A._ Albright. off by construction of the dam. this week. work for the drainage district.!'
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T Imim Is' no real success In .

any pursuit InU'f without

STORM MUSICBy hard work. "I hind" said LIving-

: stone, the great missionary ex

plorer.vIiiMi addressing the spinners -

of Glasgow, "thnt all eminent -

nuMi work Hard., Eminent:

DORNFORD YATESCopyright geologists, mineralogists, men of

science, wnik hard.: ., and that both
early and lateIt'
by MInton, Balch A Co. 'WNTT Service. matters not
what position a man may occupy,

1'1' f\ HHH B K K BXBHDIHIBB3DSBB9MiBH I US a general thing, his labor will
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CHAPTER XContinued17 rjoh's a genius. He's got little Sheba take up .the wedge and to lock the so far: but 1 don't think his luck will cess. Eminence in any profession -

cold." major door, but now he was standing last. It's all my fault," he sighed. "I've
or calling is only attained hy
a beside, me-I could hear him lickinghis only myself to thank. But he made
pound toil. There Is hard, earnest -
Thw heart persistent
my Here, since It bears upon my story, lips. And Dewdrop, a pace or such an excellent lever that againstmy ,
Ing. Some fountain that had not been work somewhere before
I must describe how you entered that two distant was holding the torch. But better judgment 1 let him live. But
working burst suddenly onto play. Its this end Is reached.
secret room. I had not distinguished Pharaoh, and there-we all make mistakes. To be
liquor was bittcr-sweet-and It made
This was the way of It. Pharaoh was first on my list. Then perfectly honest, I went to the for
me'drunken with rage. A girl had been In the massive door, from the hall the man spoke again, and I knew that ester's cottage because I believed he

mishandled. Not the Countess Helena : the keyhole was set to the right, and he was standing or sitting on the was there. I didn't need you, you know.
of Torlck, for she was not of this when had turned the ke ',.the iron l&kP
you farther side of the room. 1 already knew of this room.
life; but a slight, pathetic,figure, whose and 4
studded oak opened Inwards so "
"As always I'm perfectly frank. My "You seem to need me now.
head bare that hnd stood very
was found
to the left. At once you yourself hand Is upon the treasure. It's simply "Quite," said, Pharaoh, "quite. But .
still In
a valley. foot of staircase-turret
at the a a question of testing these walls and that's because your brother has gone. t p- .
What then took, place, happened the of which rose to the right and
: It down. steps this floor. But I can" get It out of thp As, a host-well, nls hospitality cleft .
more swiftly than I can set after three or four rises curled out of ,
'astle-at least not as much as I want. nothing to be desired. I find you more
Bufc-le was on the drawbridge, and I your view. Sympathy 'Has PowerS
I don't like to use the drawbridge : 1 exacting. ,Never mind. About Mr. Spen
was standing, ready and waiting to kill Now the door was very heavy and. '
believe even your bucolics ,would find cer. You know I did give him a chance. ) Is a mighty power; evena
him, three paces away. I saw the man not being truly hung, had to be held
him that strange. But I know there's another I actually wrote him a note, contain- ,touch of Itin, the dropping; tear,
drop the handkerchief and I saw open ; if It were not so held. It at once
the faltering voice, the quivering lip
way out. You took It with Mr. Spencer ing some good advice. i
draw back his arm to discharge the swung back to Its frame and, since Its still "
often move n soul to center. _
five don't take
nights like Mr.
ago. "People Spencer
shoe It then that I noticed Sabre
was Iodwas a spring-lock, ,shut Itself fast.A a'
the of linen white on There was a little silence. Then- any notice of threats. He had spoiled Usually, a person. with ,proud
-nosIng scrap catch was, therefore, provided to
dlspn-- has tn get his entire sat-
the bridge. prevent It from playing this trick- "Go on." said Helena, quietly. your game-and he isn't dead yet. isfaction out of that -

As the shoe left Bugle'i hand, the the sort of self-acting catch that Is "You will. tell me that way" said "I assure you," said Pharaoh, "It's Trouble he with
can met resignation -
Alsatian crouched, and as he turnedto used for an entrance gate; and to bring Pharaoh. only a matter of time. A gust of pas-
his and it can be met with opposi
shook "If
come back, the great dog sprang this catch Into action, you had but to "And then? sion suddenly
the door wide'as could. "We shal' work till dawn removingas he goes to Tibet, I'll get him." The ,
The shock would have sent a giant open as you .
If are going to cast bread
you your
down and he "Stu-
died laughed.
flying, for: Sabre weighed fully six' But by so doing you were masking an much as we can. gust the water don't tie anchor
upon an
murmured. "Let's 1 don'tlike
other door. "And then? pid, he say
stone. .
t. it.
As Bugle met the rail of the draw- Enter the firret and let the door "We shall clear up and go," said his face." Most don't want
Pharaoh. "And you will be free. I hard- "You don't like him because you tear arguers to con-
the wall
I heard bone shut behind and there
bridge, a snap. you vince you so much as they want to
ly think you'll want anybody to find him.
the which the door, when open, had hid.
And then the two went over, Into startle you .with their brilliance
us-In possession of much gold." "He Inconvenient. Una-
moat. den, 'was'' another smaller doorway so may prove
which gave to the secret room. The 'Clear up and go,' said Helena. bated nuisances sometimes do." Face Forward

The splash they made must have door which It framed was also of oak "What do you mean by 'clear up?' "It isn't his tongue that you fear. Restrain yourself from being a
been heard but for the within
outcry "
"I mean what you think I mean. You fear his hand.
the castle itself. quitter. If you don't turn your back
There's nuisance I've to abate." "But don't do ?" flashed
a got you you
As I ran for the postern. I heard a ILr nobody can talk about you behind It.
"If you were honest you'd say 'a Pharaoh. "It's astonishing how you'vefallen
hubbub In Florin's Human is becoming so
the archway and race ; mighty
score to settle. for that young calf
voice calling to Hubert to open the that it resents its inability to control
"I prefer the term 'nuisance.: Still, I could just distinguish the man, but
gates.As the weather.
that may have to wait a little. At dawnwe the resolute beam from the torch went
Taking a cold bath In the morningIs
I stumbled Into the passage- shall leave the castle and you will far to distract my eye. I could make
"This Is the stuff'," breathed Rush. like having a tooth pulled! You
be free. out that he was sitting astride of a

"Up the stairs on yer left. I've got to Helena took a deep breath."I chair, about six, paces from Dewdrop, feel so ,much better afterward.
Each step in, human advancement
lock this door. see," she said. "And now I'll tell close to the wall. There ''was furniture

It seemed best to do as he said.' you something. You've got a long way, standing between us, a massive writ- Is directed by a genius How to
breed geniuses that's the question.It's .
Pharaoh and Dewdrop were gone. I but a long way is never enough. You Ing table against which Dewdrop was ,
a good plan to profit by mis-
needed Rush to bring me where they the but
know that you're near gold, youdon't leaning, holding the torch.
takes. The errors of the foolish are
were.Without know how to reach It. It's very For fear of missing my man, I dared the opportunities of the wise.

k'' a word, I turned to the well to talk of testing these walls and not fire upon him from where I stood.
steps I knew. this floor, but that's a job for a mason, Reach him I could not, without crossing '

x As I came to their head, I became and you know It' as well as I. Butif the beam of the torch."I Dr. Pierce's'Favorite Prescription makes

aware of a radiance-a faint sugges- h the gold was here, as you admitted weak women,strong: No alcohol. Sold
told you I had no scruples. The by druggists in tablets'or'liquid.-Adv.
tion of light enough to outline the just now. :you couldn't set it awaj voice was cold and harsh as the Var-

doorway that gave to the little hall. / More. So long as you stay here, you're dar wind. "Am I to demonstrate" Restrictions All

-Another step, and I heard the droneof I' ..r"As safe, for on one will open this room. Helena shrugged her shoulders."That's Free on restrictions

a voice.I But the longer you stay here, the slighter peoples put on
a matter you-not me.
themselves in :order to restrain the
entered the hall a-tiptoe. your chance of escape. You've only
I find it sufficiently obvious, but
per- people who are no't fit for ,freedom.
I \ One of its doors was halfopennotthat the Rolls and my men will very soon find haps you like gilding your most refined

of the staircase which led to Hel- that, looking for me.' And tomorrow gold."

ena's room. Beyond this a light was as you surmise, order will be restored. "I have two questions to ask you.

burning, the light of a torch-and an Quite good order, I warn you : Mr. Bo- You know what they are. To obtain PAINFUL CONDITION

Ice-cold voice was teaching a bitter I hun will 'see to that. If you wait till the accurate answers. I am ready to RELIEVED BY CARDUI"I

sentence to cut like a whetted knife. then, therefore, you will have to cut go all lengths. Not a long way. All was very weak and nervous

"So you see, there's not much left. your way out. You'll have no gold to lengths." when a young girl at home," writes
Tomorrow morning, no doubt, order: carry, so'that should be easy enough : "I believe you." said Helena calmly. Mrs. J. H. Daniel of Biloxi, :Miss.
will be restored. Very likely the police You Know I Can't Help Feeling but. once you are out, you'll have no "My mother'was so uneasy about me,

will arrive. They won't arrive tonight, That 24 Hours in This Chamber sort of transport and the park will be "The" trouble Is you've got far as you she did not ask me to help with the

Will Help You to Change Your can. work. My mother decided to give me
for the telephone isn't working. I'm full of my people, looking for me. Of
Mind." "Let us see. Your brother was a mineof Cardui and she didn't want me to
afraid I'm to blame for that. The course, as I say, If you stay here,
Information believe. miss dose after she found it
as you may a was
search, which Is now proceeding In a and Iron, but though It boasted a han you're perfectly safe. But you've neither Amongst other things he told me the helping me. I gained and it was

somewhat haphazard way, will be organized dle, there was no keyhole at all. It food nor water, and nothing that" following curIous' fact. When a son splendid how I responded to the

; clues will be sifted ; the abduction was In fact locked by the catch'which you can think of will make me talk. or a daughter of YorIck is ten treatment. After six bottles of Cardui I
will be reconstructed. Your "What, nothing?" said Pharaoh. years was regular and the pain and trouble
held this
open the major door. Turn old, a leopard, the badge of YorIck, stopped. I grew strong."
sheets are below the ramparts sothey'll catch to one side, and the minor door "Nothing, said Helena, calmly. Is tattooed upon their skin. Is- Thousands of women testify Cardui benefited -
"You've no one here to torture, and them. If it does not benefit YOU,
know you were taken that way. would swing open without a sound. Is that true, Lady Helena?" consult a physician.
': Your handkerchief lies on the draw- From within the room this door, I'm not afraid for myself. For the moment Helena moistened her lips.

: bridge ; the slipper which you kicked when shut, could neither be opened, I'm up against It: but you are "Yes."

off will be found In the fields. I ex nor seen, because it was backed with up against time." (TO BE CONTINUED)

pect they'll employ your AlsatianI'msure the woodwork which covered the walls. It was clear that she meant what

I should. But as I carried you All this, of course, I learned later. she said : her fearlessness was sub- 'The Basques Speak Most 9itcmctCuticura !A1:15Kgta

here, I don't think that he will come All that I knew' at the moment was lime.I .

off. One has to think of these things.Be that the door to the room had been wondered if she believed what Difficult of LanguagesWhat

, that as it may no stone will be "cleverly done." Pharaoh had said. "Removing as muchas Is the most difficult languagein HU i ;

: left unturned to find the beautiful Rush whispered over his shoulder. we can clear up and go and the world to, master? Prof. Watson Ointment relieves

'countess-you really are lovely, you "Watch out for this door. It's you will be free." Once Pharaoh had Kirk Connel, of Wesley college, Winnipeg skin irritation-and more!

know-the worshIpfu' mistress of Yor- wedged." access to more than a million pounds, Canada, has studied the problemfor It aids healing actionpromotes -

lck, that carted her drunken brother, He sidled round the oak; and I followed was Pharaoh the man to grab what he ,years and asserts that the lan- return of smooth, natural skin.
For burning and itching of eczema,
"- out of her way. And all the time with a hand on my pistol and could and bolt? If she opened her guage of the 800,000 Basques, who live pimples, rashes, eruptions and skin

r you'll be here, sharing this somewhat Geoffrey's knife in my sleeve. ,mouth, Pharaoh would certainly go. It In the Pyrenees mountains, between conditions due to external causes.
Also Cuticura Soap for properly
:' unfriendly chamber with me and my I shall never forget the scene. seemed likely that he would take with France and Spain, Is the hardest to cleansing and comforting the skin.

friends. You do see the point, don't Only one torch was alight, and this him a thousand pounds. Fifteen hun- learn. More than that, he says Its Soap BOTH 26c.at your Ointment druggist's 25e.TODAY.IUTIURA Buy.

you? They won't, ,search the castle, was so held by Dewdrop that its beam dred, perhaps : Dewdrop and Bugle and origin Is unknown, learned professors OINTMENT

because they'll know for certain we're fell on Helena's face. To this the eye Rush could each of them manage a having tried for decades to relate : AND SOAPPARKER'S

none of us here. You didn't search It naturally turned, and in an instant the bag. And something else he would take Basque to Hebrew, Japanese, Celtic,

this morning you knew I was gone. rest of the room was black. -against his return: and that was her Arabic and other tongues, but without

And If they did search the castle/ I She was sitting upright on a bench, master key., And she herself would be success. '

hardly think Florin would let them free for she would be dead. Was It
with her back to: the panelled wall. Professor Connel, acquainted with HAIR BALSAMRemoves

look in this room. It's cleverly done, The neck of her dress was torn and likely that Pharaoh, the ruthless, would 55 languages, asserts that Basque has Dandrof!'-Stope Hair Falling

that door. You've got to be curious to had fallen from one of her shoulders. spare her life? Spare her to cut off such a complicated grammar that only Impart Color and
Beauty to Gray and Faded
- find It and an expert to find Its lock. If anything, her air was listless: she his access, if nothing else? the natives can handle It correctly. Elk and Jl 00: at Druggists Hair
HI'COT Chcm wke..Patehogo N,Y.
l I'm both. I found them on Wednesday did not seem to be breathing, she sat "It certainly looks,' he said, "as The Basques do not merely button FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for in

; evening-with the help of your broth- so still. Her eyes were lowered to avoid though we shan't bf able to finish to their words up the back like other peo- connection with Parker's Hair Balaam.Makes use the
; er's key. I need hardly say that had be also > hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at druggists *
the glare of the torch, but her beau- night. Still, these things shouldn't ple do, he says. "They ,have .HIBCOX Chemical Works, Patchogu ,N.Y.
S. known that the key which you handed tiful head was high, and, for all the rushed. And you know I can't help prefixes and suffixes and Infixes, and

the warden was his and not yours, emotion she showed she might have feeling that twenty-four hours In this exceptions are more numerous than

-we should have adjourned to this been sitting in a church. chamber will help you to change your rules. By the time a word gets out SHOE! PressureThese I

o. chamber this morning instead of tonight The sight of her captive and deso- mind. The quarters are close, aren't nobody can recognize It, not even its
: all's well that ends soothing cushioning,
late hit me hard. they?" own mother.
'. healing pads atop nagging )
-well.. That Pharaoh had been able to seize "So much," said Helena, calmly, In fact* the Basques are as much a shoe pressure; relieve J \

; A stealthy step behind me remembered her was all my fault: but for me, "may happen In twenty-four hours." mystery as the language they speak. ,@

: Rush. she would have had Sabre, her ,body- "As I was saying, here we are out of They are a distinct ethnic group, .

As I turned, he was locking the door guard. More. Had I returned to the the world, and time will stand still. rugged mountaineers, with customs, Prevent sore

.at the bead of the curling stair. castle, my cousin and Barley and I Outside-well, the warden will rage folklore and folksongs peculiarly their toes, blister

For a fraction of a second I hesi would all have been there, and the and your people imagine vain things : own. Safe Remove sure.BILIOUSNESS corn.

tated. Rush was \t my mercy. Was odds against Pharaoh's 'success would Mr. Bohun will organize : Mr. Spencer

',this the time to unmask? And then I have been absurd: as It was, I had will grin like a dog and run about Sound Economy

Decided to stake my winnings once made them even-and Pharaoh had the-" "We've got to economize," said the
104 25c
,more. won.The "Mr. Spencer's the rock you've split man with the megaphone."Can .

Rush straightened his back and beam of the torch was blinding on from first to last." you suggest anything?" asked

turned to the half-open door. Then he and :: phut my eyes and sank my chinon "In a sense that's true," said Pha Mr. Puddoozer.

hung on his heel for an Instant, to my chest. I wanted to be able to raoh. "I frankly admit I'm more accustomed "Yes. I've Just Invented a device: to 1 /

breathe In my ear. see where Pharaoh was. Rush was be- to dealing with knaves than make static take the place of the bound

"Come on, you. I'll give you Pha- side me* he had lingered a moment to fools. And he's been very fortunate of machine gum."


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HusbancPi I Make This Lovely Set Foreign Words
Her 1
for the Favorite 'ChairHave and Phrases i

ust aLit Apropos. (F.) Suited to tim_'
Instead of being married to her you ever noticed that the place, or occasion; pertinent; appro
husband, Madame Roux of Paris re- most comfortable chair in the room priate.
discovered that she is actuallythe gets the hardest wear? Then that's !
cently % Compte rendu. (F.) Account. ren.
legal widow of his father. eCOOPERATION the one to protect as you can so easily s dered.
the she fell In love with lovely filet crochet. A Dolce far
During war nlente. (It.) Sweet doing
crochet hook, some string, and this
French officer and
with a young w. nothing; delightful idleness
had married him. Now exclusive design are all one needs to u Experto
thought she crede. (L.) Believe one
: she finds that owing to an error In VSmile/ turn out a lovely chair set. Butter- who speaks from his own experi
the registration of the marriage, she flies and flowers form the design, and enc .

.' is legally married to her "husband's" \ > / hew effectively they contrast with In toto. (L.) In all; entirely.
the stitch that surrounds them.
"I father who died about 15 years ago. open Meum et 'tuum. (L.) Mine and
" They take these things very seriously So .get busy I thine.

':'-1" !in France, and until the mat- In pattern 6517; y u111 find a, Nota bene (N. ,B.). (L.) Note ,veIl;
the chart and complete instructions for .-- take notice.
ter has been fully.investigated by Pattern 3517:
Court of Appeal and the marriage A man stood for several minutes making the set; illustrations .of .It Peccavi. (L.) I. have sinned.
nullified, Madame nom will have to watching a brawny truckman tuggingat and, of all stitches used and material stamps (coins preferred) to The Sew- Sic itur ad astra. (L.) Thus one

; remain the stepmother of her hus- a heavy box almost as wide as the requirements.Send ing Circle, Household Arts Dept, 259 may rise to the stars (i e., to In*
band! doorway through which he; was trying fifteen cents in coins or W. 14th St., New York, N. Y.y i mortal fame).
to move it Presently' the onlooker:

asked: "Like a lift?"
Oldest Mason in America
"Thanks, I would," the other replied I I iI
Dies in West at Age of 106 and for the next five minutesthe I .

Cyrus E. Hull, aged one hundredand two men, on opposite sides of the I' I 1 ; 1 1
five, and known as the oldest box, worked lifted puffed and 1 tiI
:Mason, died in Los Angeles followIn wheezed, but the object of their attentions I
injuries he suffered In a fall. did not move an inch. Finally I I' I I iI

Elaborate Masonic rites marked his the helper straightened up and said I I I'I
burial Mr. Hull was born in Leb- between puffs: "I don't believe-we /

\ anon, N. Y., October 28, 1830. He can-ever get-It out" I I I
owned the first railroad in Massa- "Get It out?" the truckman roared.
,. ;, chusetts. "Why I'm trying to get it in!"-Tit- l
, /, Bits. '
He Speeds 70 Miles Home;
Finds He Drove, Wrong Car S.-

; ':1 T. Shoemaker of Clatskanie, Ore., d
"'! ';': wanted to get home ,quickly. He c; ,

: '.i i ; dashed to a parking' lot for his cart t1 I, r S

,9- and mile r:1cedawa drive, he discovered On completing he had the taken TO5 I i I I II \ Y'S '

some else's car and left his own in 11 I lIr l\\ \\\Y'I II ,i .

.'.. the lot The owner of the borrowed t
::l'" car accepted his apology.

: Week's Supply of Postum Free _. S '

Read the offer made by the Postum

Company in another part of this pa- S.
:, per. They will send a full week's supply 4.50.20 '

;+ of health giving Postum free to kL4 'FACING' drivers will not take
; anyone who writes for it-Adv.
;. chances on any tire except a Firestone

.' ;" ,: The Acid Test "Working[ hard at college?" THE t! #a5t'/31ee Gum-Dipped Tire in the gruelingOF

f L'.', In prosperity our friends know "Not yet. The ground is too wet and TIRE CONSTRUCTION Indianapolis 500-Mile Race, where its
us,; In aJversity we know out friends. Slippery. We begin
,regular training
blowout has been
next week." "r Y k greater protection
repeatedly demonstrated.SIZE .

The Wrong Sort SIZE PRICE Jenkins, the famous driver, used Firestone

Brown arrived at the office on Mon-" 45021. .. .. .... S 7.'; Gum-Dipped Tires on his 3000-mile run over the
day morning with his arm in a band-
age and a shield over one eye., 4.75.19. .. .. .. .. .. 6.0 Salt Beds of Utah, which he covered in 23Vfc hours

5.25.18. .. .. ...... 9.75
-: "Good gracious!I" exclaimed his -a record of 127 miles per hour. He has driven
5.50.17.... .... .. 10.10
r Cal id:. friend. "What have you been doing?" more.. than a million 'miles on Firestone Tires, in

r doctor's"This Is advice, what.," comes Brown of replied taking, with the 6.00.1: ; H.D.::::::: '14.30: every"state'in the union, on all kinds of roads, in all

deep feeling. 6.00.19 H.D. .... .. X5.C kinds of traffic, without tire failure or accident of

"Doctor's advice," ,echoed the other. 6.50.17 H.D.. ..... 16.55 any kind. What a tribute to safe, dependable,

"But I don't understand." 7.00.17 H.D.:. ... .. 19.1 economical tire equipment.

"Well," Brown explained, "my doc- 7.50.17 H.D.. . 28.60
W h.'' at today's higher speeds
Experience tor told me to go for a tramp every FOR TRUCKS your

Fingers pinched once, !s' worth day. I came off best the first three ,60020. . . $16.95 life and the lives of others are largely dependent

advice ten times. days, but the blighter I tackled yes- 7.50-20 .. ..... 35.20 upon the degree of safety built into the tires of your
terday was an ex-pugilist." .
30x5 Truck Typa .. 16.9O car. Take no chances-equip your car with new

One AdvantageHe 32x6 H.D.. . . 36.25 Firestone High Speed Tires today and be sure of the
Other sizes priced proportionately low
was proud of the fine sons he safest driving equipment money ,can buy.
possessed but found their education

expensive; and this, with other finan-
cial troubles, had put him into a bad '" !
temper. But he managed to answera ., -. ...; .' 11 NO SWERVE LEiT
farmer civilly when asked to admire : :; ,: j

a fine litter of pigs. ..i

When he was told how expensiveIt End of cord in End of cord from NO SWERVE RIGHT
KILLS INSECTSON was to keep them he again lost his Gum-Dipped Tire ordinary tire
showing every sbowingunpra- '
FLOWERS temper. fiber insulatedwith !. '
"Keep them !" he roared. "Keep liquid rubber fberseinsidcotton
VEGETABLES & SHRUBS them! Be thankful you haven't got ,-
Demand original sealed to educate them." The body of the New Firestone This heavy; broad, traction and A leading university in '2350 tire .
bottles, from your dealer High Speed Tire is made from tests has found that the new, j
nonskid tread is held to the cord
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REASONABLE in liquid 'rubber, absorbing eight
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:' A Builderiii Layers of,Gum-Dipped Cords
/ Body Gum'Dicreates Aping process insulates ; a efficiency have also been I I

"iii, ,. Kathleen L,Nair! every fier.In every cotton cord, patented construction, making the proved in the famous Pike's Peak I -
of 443 Barnard St Sa-
; s. hJ.Ch'
: ,.:. vannah Ga., said: "A preventing internal friction Race where for eight consecutive !
i' i 4 few years ago I lost the heat so destructive to cordbodyandtreadaninseparabletirelife '
.:\. :,: J ..y weight, through poor ,and giving to the tire added years it has been used on the t
'J,:',.''.;.' appetite. Mother gave strength. unit. winning cars.
me Dr. Pierce Golden f'V@restone
.. ,
began to feel better when
only three or four days.
Then and digestion improved, I .
my appetite I
took on weight my whole body seemed to STEWART-WARNER c rm!
pin strength and I felt perfectly well. 45P\ 21
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Killer attracts and kills ales still you refuse to marry him. I 7C
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dealers Harold B'klynN.Y.. occasionally in order to get money.

What. could I do in a case like that? Wax, 12 0%. 45c .

Fight Ahead ill I ) $ 25 525 5,75, Chamois _Z9cnr

WNU-7 20-36 "No, Henry, I don't thjnk a manicurist UP 4.40.41 4,40.41 4.0-41 Sponges 10cv
should marry a dentist" EX. Polishing Cfofhs 15c, '
"And why not?"

. r "If we fought it would be, tootl: : STANDARD TYPE SENTINEL TYPE j TYPE Top>4 Dressing pt.__._, 40c
and nail. Windsor Star.Combination SIZE PRICE SIZE I PRICE SIZE PRICE
,! BRAKE LINING Spoke Brushes 11c,
1 4.50.21. $6.65 4.50-21.. SS.1S
Rates 44021. :. $4.75 Flashlights_ 29C 01
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FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1930

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structure five miles this side' I celebrated hiss tenth.' birthday with L. B. Mershon
-l 21 as established by our forbears of LaBelle. Most of this structure is a party at tb e home of his parents.
News to
The Clewiston as the age of political competancy off the right-of-way and only that Games were enjoyed. during the af- AGENT
accordedthe )
limitless maturity we are chamber encroaching -
of the lock
determination portion ternoon.
.1 voice in political
right of will betaken
Published every Friday in Clewlfeton and administration. As 'i' and the spillway Birthday cake, cookies and punch New York Life

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, from the age of 55 and in specific' out. were served to Lawrence Guthrie,

Inc. instances of merit at lesser age that it ERIC >BELCHER IS HONORED Billy Perry IBilly R-edelsheimer, David Insurance Company

has been determined for us WITH PARTY ON BIRTHDAY Belcher Dean Holland, Paul
special privilege in the form of ex- Shucks and Harold Broderick. I ARCADIA, FLORIDA
of poll
Keathley Bowden, Editor emption from the payment Monday afternoon Eric Belcher I
tax be granted in such voice. As be- ---
and 55, except -

tween for the meritorius ages of exemption, we ....................................'............;................................................................................................................................
Entered as second class mail mat- are privileged--- to pay a tax, a tax of _. _-<_. ---' I. .__ _,- u _

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post so much to the head or poll. Thus VOTE FOR II 11YI

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under from the age of* 21 we are qualifiedto I \ Yi Y

the Act of March 3, 1897. participate in the selection of COLIN ENGLISHor

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. those public serve from affairs.in our the number administration who aspireto of State Superintendentof : \\\\i\\ CL WISTON GOLF i I IY

Advertising rates on application. Acquired f in honor, and such hon- Instruction"We : Y
Public ..

or sought dedicated in both by armed those strife- who.- ana have.in- \\\ COURSE t.

Devoted to the advancement and the tranquil pursuit of peace to pre- it

welfare of Clewiston and HenJry serve, it becomes us not to trafficin I I '..

County. or barter this privilege for any :!: I : :!:

price or any consideration.A 1..
.:. --dt
sale .. .!.
poll tax tomorrow and dealer profits only by the .!.
Pay :your
bo qualified to vote on June 2. of that which he buys; if bought at a 1 1Y YcJ
be sold at a I
price we may expect to :

Many of the aspirants for county price-a greater price than at whichwe V vil

offices will try their wings tonightat were bought. -" 1

political Felda speech.when they make their first : Spadaro| To Start-Contributed / il [ Open to the Public i .

Tomatoes rolling out of Clewiston la .
in carload lots are interesting more Tearing Out Lock Our Need Schools"A 1

people than the politicians who arepaying vt
increasing Native of FloridaTrained. Y
visits in ever
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Experienced I Y
numbers. (Moore Haven Democrat) Capable. : Y

1 The old lock structure at the end friends) I J I .:. ...........!II: .;.
within a very (paid for by local 's'
The Governor's race, with its four- of Main Street, and '
teen contestants, is losing its placein short time be only a memory \ t
left to mark its place :
the only
the spotlight to the question FOR SALEMahogany
what will be done about the Sena- will be the west wall of :: Moderate Green Fees ::
which does not fall Dining Suite'consist ;
torial vacancy. Who will Governor chamber .. Y
Sholtz appoint to serve until January the government right-of-way. The ing of dining table, buffet and i Exceptional Fairways ==
1st? Will the State Executive Spadaro Construction Company four chairs. :: I i

Committee name a candidate whose Moore Haven, was awarded the con- Westinghouse electric range. :;: interesting Greens :t;:
and heater
this lock
the ballotin tract for removing Combination kerosene
name will be placed on Y
November or will they call a Citrus Center lock several months and cookstove. .. \ \ Y tSelee
it was left intact until no at U. S. Engineer warehouse -
? If the special pri- ago but Inquire
special primary I --
{ .: th. second: t.>ri- longer needed. Orders were sent. out Clewiston, or Capt. R. .. -
,", 11 .... will e
mary is: "'- e u -- ..............
mary on June: 23 serve as the first ten days ago for the removal OL; the I II .:NNNM:NN:NNNN..:N:NNNNN:..N.HN NLNNw: : : : : : : :/NNNN, :N:N:_
within -
lock and work must be I
primary for the Senatorial primary ___
thus eliminating the necessity for fifteen days. The Citrus Center ---

two special ones? All these ques- lock will not be disturbed as yet. t,, .,,,. ,.,,,. ,, .,, ...., .., .,...
tions and many more are being pon- The spillway and east wall mustbe """,s:"",::," ",,,,: ,, ,_,", ,"<."< .-", &%, .<""" ';-'= ""' << ''''';;:C".r

dered by the voters of Florida today removed, the concrete floor and !

and they are questions which all foundation piling. The contract

cannot be lightly dismissed either I also includes a section of excavation ACCNEUL MOTOIS VALUE .

by the Governor or the State Execu- which was skipped by that MacWilliams.It the removal -. More' and more people are hiying the i
tive Committee but there is one cer- has
the people of Florida wantto of the lock would be subcontracted -
but 1936 CHEVROLET f
vote on the candidate whose by the Spadaro Company substantiated. TtANSFOtTATlON '.
not been
ballot rumor has
name appears on the November this

and not leave it up to the committee .The Atlantic Dredging Company w' t cattJeitfl/e on.d eonp&t &v-ffricedCO/L

to pick their choice. .." 3
began work this week on '
has also
the removal of a portion of the Lock .c. .
; /fiib"< r ;;: ; > "... People ,today want, a car that's

The race for governor of Florida = -- Chevrolet is the safest car that 1
will be mild in comparison to the I .
race which is likely to develop fora .' w, rl; > fr:: '"YN money can buy, for it's the j
MYWN only low-priced car with New {
successor to the unexpired termof r ---
I Perfected Hydraulic Brakes.:
the late Senator Park Trammell. ;< l

Already three of the state's best ora- ..;:, .:
tors have announced for the office: f k 0 l'

Claude Pepper, who came very near ? yki .

defeating Mr. Trammell in 1934, J::,
Doyle Carlton, ex-Governor of Flor- ;

ida and Governor Dave Sholtz. Thereis c ;t .u, 'fwkJ.

still rumor that ex-Governor John Y "\ I

W. Martin is considering making thrace el
and if he does what a beautiful -
scrap it will be. We don't know >4 And when you're riding, you t
naturally:: want the smoothest and t
how it looks from the grandstandbut r.
from back here in the Wise buyers also want complete most comfortable ride known. }:
away c Solid That means the Knee-Action '::3 3y
: <'" t overhead protection a
bleachers of the spectators say : '
many .
Steel Turret Top Gliding Ride! Only Chevrolet }
it looks like Pepper out in front as
the made. This fea bnngs it to you at low cost.
strongest top
the race gets underway. I
tore also is exclusive to Chevrolet
Claude Pepper is a seasoned cam- < It
the lower 1f
in price range. _
paigner and a speaker who will be I
able to hold his own with the best.i t

The fact that he came so very near .. A, 0)
in 1934 to defeating the late Senator EcI

Trammell for re-election proves his

power and there are many voters in 'r '
It s sensible to save money particularly t
Florida who believe that he is entit- !' when the .
I can get
led to the place. Doyle Carlton will ,} .. ', ',.. %< <: s you
i iGenuine finest along with r.
William C. Hodges '{ Mg mn jn I j performance
; be fighting it out with Pepper all I ,.j< : Fisher No Draft Ventilation the saving.: Chevrolet IIi h- :f\:\:.
the way and no one can say that "Homestead Bill"SUBMITS rtA; is another comfort and Compression Valve-in-}ieaAlsaletyfeaturewhichisfoundonly ::

he is not one of the ablest speakersin HIS CANDIDACY FOR Kngme-exclusive to Chevrolet ;f fon

the state. Governor Dave can work this one low-priced car. It in its price range-gives unequaled ::

miracles from speaker's platform GOVERNORof f' scoops in breezes on warm days, performance_ with /'

also but at this time, before the FloridaTo .. \ : and prevents drafts on cold days. economy.
race really gets underway or its \1 I
Of This State
The People
definitely decided whether' or not
, Democratic Piimarics ,
r there will be it looks like Subject To
.a race :
A( {:
Pepper or Carlton. /::
HODGES is opposed to a Sales I ,.:

" Tax and all other nuisance taxes. .. :
HODGES favors: Old Age and a.
t :-:
Free-born and white, our fore- Mothers Pensions-$5.00 Automobile ., p Drivers prefer it for still another reason t

fathers fought and in all our armed Tags-Taking tax off gas Shockproof Steering a feature which f

1. strife we American people have oline used by Fi&heimen's boats y makes driving effortless. Follow America's t

'. striven for one thing only-the rightof and.Farmers'. tractors in indust- i judgment-buy a new 1936 Chet'rolet-the only t

suffrage. First, for the acquiring \\\t complete low-priced car! l
of that right and thenceforth for the ryHODGES stands four-square: for (

defense of the precepts involved in preservation of the HOMESTEADKXKMITiON : :
the enjoying of that right. AMEXDMKXT and
AND UP. List price of Nrw Standard Coupe at Hint Mih.: With
Beyond price, yet without value ;he enlargement of its scope. He I GENERAL MOTORS INSTALLMENT PLAN- $/LQ'-'> humps spare tire and tire lock, thenf price is $20 additional J
when exercised, this right is our worked for this A m end m e n t CIIITVIIO T X tKnteA, on Master Models only, $:10 additional I'rices :;:::
PAYMENTS TO quotrdinthisad rlisenentareUsaiFlintMichandSUlfCrttodiangeuu/wutt.otice. :
heritage. A heritage acquired in hon of his I MONTHLY
or, a heritage to be retained in honor ervice in the Senate. and fought I .i
-=-pric less. A Declaration of In- befoie the people for its ratifica- '<

dependence. sustained and dedicatedin tion.. I ----.- --
the blood of our fore-fathers; a HODGES left his office took a

declaration of rights and their ad- sound wagon and visited every

ministration as outlined by our city, village and hamlet in this Clewiston Motor Company

great Constitution, with its now 48 State urging the people to ratify

sustaining and amplifying codes of the Amendment.Paid .

State conduct of rights is the foundation ( Political Advertising) FloridaTHE
of our political being. _
Free-lorn and white, from the ageof I

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:** :1: :NN: : : :11N: :NNNN: : : : :N: Mrs. H. R. Hall visited this week:
:i: :i: with friends in Miami. Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS '

:_;:; Personal I MentionMrs. :;: ---

4 1,..t N..N..N..N.N..........N..N......N..N..N..N..N..N..11.NIN. ..N..NIN. ..N.N...i... visitors Mr. and inVest Mrs. Palm Fred Beach I. Hill Saturday were- _': ...- -: --_-.' : -' 'n : L J.-. ,-'" .'. '. -L "

Hoomes Rich and Miss Hattie Lake Harbor Phone No. 1
Sams visited with friends in La- -
Belle Monday. :Mr.: and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger.. ----- '
--- and son, Clarke, were called to Fort| NORGE REFRIGERATORS NOTICE ;
.. Lauderdale Wednesday by the illness' PHILCO RADIOS V
B. G. Benson, of Moore Haven '
was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs., and death of Mrs. Ironmonger's mother -! Furniture and Home Furnishings
Hoomes Rich. Mrs. J. M. Warren. Funeral Household FurnishingsInc.
s.ervices were held today at the Fair-
-- child Funeral Home in Fort Lauder- -
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Roundy of Miami dale.
and Cuba, were the guests Wednesday ; .
'.','.' of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith. SIITHLEY ANN OWEN HAS I Candidates

i!;." Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. ':
:: .: A. A. Munroe and Mrs. J. F. Tippey: Shirley Ann Owen celebrated her I -
I spent Thursday shopping in Miami. i fifth birthday with a party at the '
, home of herr= parents, Mr. and Mrs. The campaign will soon start in earnest. Haveyou :1

1;" 1%'. C. Owen last Monday.Ice made tor ]
, H. O. Peters spent Saturday and arrangements yourCards y
i,l'-, Sunday visiting his mother in Lees- cream and cake were servedto "
the ,' 'rl
following little guests: Nancy
:;r.;, : Wright, Joan Crouch, Jean Yena- I mI Campaign -

}'. Dr. R. V. Allison, of Washington, wine, Kay Bowden, Mary Ellen I "W [ijJ fk1 ', _' ,

I,> arrived Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Smith, Mary Louise Thomas, John- / Leaflets \ .' '.. .r / )
;R?;, Allison .and baby daughter, Gail. ny Schiffli, Dicky Schiffli, Carline [(!] ... '.
Berner, Bobby Berner, Charles Miner Placards < :. :;
'- Mrs L. H. Robbins returned Fri- Rachel Miner, Bobby Smith,

day from a visit of several weeks in Richard Knight- and Emma mf1iJ
Miami. Ezelle.. Jane I I ljJfl DodgersOther

M- I .MRS. G. E. SMITH ISHOSTESS I Campaign Printing
\ Mr. and I. M. Pafford and Itil firlStop
i.j, daughters, spent_ Saturday in West AT BRIDGE
f."; Palm Beach.J1 Our Prices Are Reasonable
Mrs. G. E. Smith entertained witha

*" Mr.. and Mrs. W. Redelsheimer bridge party at her home Tuesday l Our Work Is ExactingOur
"v7w>' and children were visitors in West afternoon. Service Is PromptLet
v;:-.', Palm Beach over the week-end. High score prize, a serving tray+
' f'. was won by 11rs.V.. C. Owen. 1\Irs'l!
r\ Mrs. W. C., Owen and Mrs. O. F. W. F. Simpson held second high| at the us handle all campaign printing for you.
Y; Schiffli were in West Palm Beach score and received a salt and pepper

t. shopping Fridat. shaker set. The cut prize, linen tow- jiotelPotdcia ]Low Prices CutsThe
.'.. .. els, went to Mrs. W. M. Redelsheim- on
R. L. Coker left, this week to er. A salad course and iced tea were
t' spend a two week's vacation in Montgomery served by the hostess.,
r Ala., and in states further Those playing were: Mrs. W. M.
lowest prices on cuts for cards and
west. Redelsheimer
Mrs. F. M. Wright,
-- 1Irs.V.. C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Outside TIoomsVith. placards are available this year. Bring in
-Mrs. G. S. Mobley returned Satur Mrs. R. V. Allen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Private Bath
;',', day from a two weeks visit in Jack- Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. R. Y. your photograph and we can have cut made

t.'/ sonville. Mr. Mobley met her at In- terson, Mrs F. I. Hill, Mrs. pat-// COOL, CLEAN, QUIET within a few days. Prices on all sizes.
f diantown. Simpson, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, I
Biscayne Bay
1- H. T.
Vaughn, Mrs. E. L.
'A; J. R. Peyton and A. H. Brown of Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. H.. J 1\Irs'j Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and f
: the District U. S. Engineer office m Scharnberg, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and Business Section. : Keep your job printing work at home
:':: Jacksonville were here on business Mrs. John Smith. I
t,.. this week. I
Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Johnson and DUPLICATE BRIDGE A
son, James, spent fhe week-end in CLUB I $1.50 Single I She

,Lakeland with Mr. Johnson's sister, Mrs. T. B. Shelley was hostess at
Mrs. 3. Ray, who is very ill.'v the meeting of the duplicate bridge $2.50 Double ,
; -- I club at her. home last Friday even- ewiston News
? Capt. P. A. Feringa, accompanied 'ing. Special Family, Weekly &

'a.' by Mrs. Feiinga and' Mrs McEwin, Those.. playing were:, Mr. and Mrs.J. ,. Monthly Hates
of Jacksonville, spent Monday and E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I .

Tuesday in Clewiston. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, I. S. D. McCREARY Proprietor I. '"- '.h___' -
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. ;f, t \t::-\&w.jm: w.-4W, : : <<1L"t1t. .' r '_..:J.. 'r _'' ,_ r_"r _. I

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and B. Thomas, Mrs. C. L. Downs, \ G'I -
daughter, Barbara Ann, were the I D. G. Alston and Lawson Jones. =
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday.Mr. R. H. Collins i -OO- -=' ':l r..xrr = .,.....-.-."...._... -.." '

,and Mrs. Keathley Bowden ;4 Attend and Save
and sons, Kay and Paul, spent Sun G. E. Smith entertained with
day in Okeechobee with Mrs. Bow an informal tea Thursday afternoon

den's parents. honoring her mother, Mrs John W., .Q ,
.:'',',, Smith, who is leaving Saturday for ,:I .: '_ u. .....--
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick her home in East Liverpool, Ohio. }' .
and son, Harold, and Mr. and Mrs Sandwiches, cookies, ice cream and ; -
J. L. Varnadoe were business visi tea were served to Mrs. M. S. Lude- OFFICIAL
tors in Pahokee Saturday. kens, Mrs. Amy Hall, Mrs. L. H.
Robbins, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. I. '
, Mrs.. Frank A. Ray and her son, D. Leydig, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, ( Association
Frank, Jr., left Saturday to spend Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. G. B. Merchants
the summer' with Mrs. Ray's mother Rackstraw, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and r
Mrs. L. E. Edwards in Savannah, Mrs. Vv"'. W. Perry. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Langford, ORGANIZED HERE r
:. of Miami, Miss Mary Duggan of xYS
',- Louisville, Ky.; were the guests of At a gathering held recently in
DIr and Mrs. C. L. Downs over the the rectory of St. Margaret's Catholic -

: weekend.Mrs. Church, an organization of the
men of the parish was formed.
Amy Hall, Mrs M. S. Lude- The new club is known as "the {
,-- kens, Mrs. A. E. Houser, Mrs. Olin Catholic Men's Club" and has for
Carleton and Mrs. W. F. Simpson its purpose the promotion of fellow-I WEST PALM BEACH

motored to Canal Point Sunday af ship among the men of this city. It
, ternoon. is intended that the organization be I
primarily to aid in the betterment ,
!i::, Mrs. B. E. Nail, Sr., took her mo- of the community in general and r

,.' ther, Mrs. Barrington, to Tampa re- the parish in particular and to pro-
. cently. Mrs. Barrington has been vis- vide for the social and cultural life.
',' iting here during the winter and is I Harry P. .Vaughn was elected president -
k V now on her way back to her home in I and Sidney Crochet sec'y-treas-

';,.. Alabama. I urer. ,
'. --- I Associate membership is open) to i
'. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mr. anyone interested, regardless of
and Mrs. C. R. Cruze, Mr. and Mrs. I creed. I
Joe Schroeder, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. B. Meetings)' are held on the second I
Miller of Canal Point, Mrs. Celeta and fourth Monday evenings' the j

Parker and Parker Wilson spent month, ant the next meeting is to ,1
Saturday night and Sunday on a be held at the home of M.: E. Von MAY
fishing trip at-Jensen.-- Mach. V I':V

Mr. 9 l-'?) Mrs. R. N. Smith and

'.. sonville son, Bobiyfe and, left Savannah.Monday Mr.for Smith Jack- IWin%' $$500 Cilsh i

is to be stationed in the Jacksonville West Palm Beach Dollar Day sales open J

; \.:: office of the U. S Engineers for a CERTIFIED Tuesday morning with unparalleled offerings V '
short time during which: Mrs. Smith Plan now to attend get your share
,', and Bobbie will visit relatives in Or $250-Or $100What ''VALUES of the bargains made possible through the s

Savannaht hearty co-operation of Official Dollar Day
well-known Georgia town does stores. The card in the window is the sign 1
Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler and child- RAYSCOWS spell when the letters, of Certified Values!
left are properly arranged? Rush
ren Saturday for Connecticut your ,
where they Will spend the greater answer on a POSTCARD to Contest
part of the summer. Capt. Linkswiler Manager of American Life, Dawson,
accompanied them as far as Rich- Ga., and you will get an opportunityto .
mond to .drive the car and returned win one of 20 cash prizes to be
by :bus Wednesday.. 1 I !
._ awarded in the Georgia Cities Game

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-------- Room for
------- Protest"I
IMPROVED Rules of Life
tell you I won't have this room/
BRISBANETHIS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL protested: the old lady 'to the 0011-\

I THE longer I live the more I boy who was conducting her.HI '.

the importance of adher- ain't going to pay my good money
WEEKOne SUNDAY iLesson ing strictly to the rules which .I No Sooner Said for a closet with a measly little folding .

have laid down for myself In such George-I'd like, the best In the bed in it. If you think that just

By REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D., matters : world, Kitty to marry you ; but I because I'm' from the country"
Dead. Next? Member of Faculty Moody Bible don't know how to
King 1 To'hear little
Institute of Chicago. as as possible Profoundly disgusted, the boy cut
One Lynched; One Jumped Western Newspaper Union. what Is to the prejudice of others. Kitty[ -That's all right; George.You've her short "Get.in, mum, get in. This

Hitler Picks Successor 2, To' believe, nothing of the kind father. finished with me; now go to ain't your room. This [is the eleva-

Three Kinds of Gold Lesson for May 17 till I am absolutely forced to IL tor.-The Log.
3, Never to drink in the spirit of
King Fluid, King[ of Egypt, dead one who circulates an ill report Perhaps / And No Fooling .

means nothing to 130,000,000 Americansor JESUS INSPIRES HONESTY 4, Always moderate, as far as I Q.-Why does a puss purr? Seagoing-May I have the last
to 15,000,000,000 A.-For an obvious dance with you?
the unkindness which is
45-48. can, expressed -
other human beings LESSON TEXT-Luke 19:1-10; [ Post. Girl-Big boy had
GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt not steal towards others. 5, Al- Washington you just It-
on earth. It means U. S. S. West
Virginia Mountaineer
the other
-Exodus 20:15.PRIMARY ways to believe that, if
much to England,
TOPIC A Visit From On Too
side heard a' different[ High,
were very
real ruler of Egypt, The Same Boat
Jesus. account would be given of the "HI[, miss I reckon you took that
now obliged to find JUNIOR TOPIC-Why Jesus Visited "She seemed like a sensible girl."
matter.-Charles Simeon. corner at 60 miles an hour. .
another king to "be Zacchaeus. "Yes she wouldn't
pay any attention
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR "Really, officer Good old me !
have himself, do as TOPIC-What It Means to Be Honest. to me, either."
England says," and YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
hold down Egypt's TOPIC-Taking Religion Into My Busi

anti-British hatred.A ness. All AoundHouse 0Je f ROSES ARE RED '"''

"Jesus entered and was passing f* VIOLETS ARE GLUE. ''*
mob through ,Jericho" (v. 1), one of the
Lint[ Shaw, fifty- 'most noted cities of Bible history. It [fIJ : M'U'

year-old negro, and I had been the stronghold of the Canaan- IS GOOD Fo1 you I INQ

lynched Him on "the [ites, standing squarely across the Jor- Soot on 'wall paper ,may be removed -

usual charge," not dan, taken by the marching pitcher- with corn meal. Brush off as
Arthur Brisbane
waiting for a bearers of Joshua (Josh. G), the city much of the soot as possible, then
Joe Bowers, sentenced to 25 years where Rahab experienced salvation rub on corn meal until It becomes l

for mall robbery, locked In the Island through her faith (Heb. 11:11-31)). It soiled, and brush off.
fortress of Alcatraz, tried to escape by was fitting that Jesus should pass "How can you be engaged to a

climbing ten feet of plain wire, two through the Jericho[ of his own day, Equal parts of alcohol and gly- man of forty? He has, I hear, given \

feet of barbed wire, and jumping downa for a new victory was to be experienced cerin applied to the windshield of you some magnificent presents." .,

60-foot cliff Into the water. He through faith-the conversion of your automobile in rainy weather "That's the point. A first love la .

climbed while sharpshooter guards Zacchaeus. will keep shield clean. romantic, but, a last love is lavish"
pumped bullets into him, and jumped '
t 1. Zacchaeus Seeking Jesus (vv. 2-4). *
down the cliff. Asked when "booked"at '
This man, a tax-collector for the Roman When making iced tea double the
Alcatraz, "Who [Is to be notified If
power, had heard that Jesus amount of tea leaves used. When ice
you die[ ? Bowers replied: "Nobody;
was kind to publicans ; for had he melts It weakens tea.
nobody cares whether I die or not"Hitler
not had mercy on Matthew? Curiosity *

apparently has chosen his seized him; he must see what mannerof Dilute canned soup with water in

man Jesus was. Who can know which vegetables have been boiled
successor "In case, In the person of :
Air Minister Goering, now made "as- how many have been led to find Christ instead of with pure water. The '/4. TAI PERFECT GUM ;;

;'. 'sistant dictator," with control of two through the exercise of curiosity. The flavor is much better.
of drawn to church *
citizens a city are
great German problems of raw mate-
;. rials and foreign exchange. or a tabernacle through the growing When large tablecloths become l

, In :New York, 175 naval cadets from interest of a revival campaign. Curiosity -' worn, convert them into napkins-
widens, becoming the initial[ motive *
the German cruiser Emden, name well
" In many who later have faith in If water through the wellsof '
remembered from the war, explorethe seeps
Christ to the saving of their souls. garden pool, paint with waterproof
city, guarded by detectives In case your
of hostile demonstrations. 1. His difficulties (vv. 2, 3). His[ in- paint. I Read Our Advertisements I

:". Commercial boycotts of Germany, famous business was a handicap, at _<_Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

;!' organized In New York, have done least in the eyes of the populace. The

'. more harm to the Nazi government very fact that a, Jew should hold office ;wft%:q? +;: / t<:* ::: : :: ; 1i>? :Nf": f:? >rt 1J.1r&.tiiJJ.gfitMt} +rWW: % : WfiZ}

than could be done by any mob attack under the hated Roman power would :"i't' :. D '. .twii.tl .. 9nll" .' .....'. >....:. D ,,' .... A' ., ; WfiID.P tm'NWttJ.Ntl.y< ,. I
] t
:;" on German cadets.. make him extremely unpopular. His ..
him. The fact that
F.;'. riches condemned >, 0,

<.' California possesses "three kinds oft he had acquired much wealth in this .. .. .. .. ...... .
::: : >
/ gold" : yellow gold, of which there [Is calling pointed to extortion in the col-- (BUT DAD, MY : : 4BILLWHY HE DOESN'T WORK 'yw ?
lection of taxes. He was unpopular; : % BAH.1 NONSENSE/ 'nj.Grr r''l
1, plenty left in the ground ; "black gold,
r: which is'the oil In lakes thousands of he was pushed aside. I WON'T HAVE s" '
6A.. feet down, and the "white gold," water The shortness of his stature (v. 3) THE COUNTY/ YOU WASTING YOUR fY' HE'S WORKED t HEAD DOESN'T' ACHE

i.. from the mountains, first used to was .a handicap, but not so great a one PLEASE LET TIME ATFAIRS 1 AWFULLY HARD ALL THE TIME,

"; develop power, then to Irrigate crops. as his spiritual state.. He doubtless had, ; ME ENTER / RAISING THOSE :. EITHER/ '.
AI> Another gold, more Important than been pushed about' much' of his life ?;: f THEM IN THE THAT'S STEERS NOBODY

.i< those three, combined, Is the gold of and had built up an attitude of mind 3' FAIR.' 'r ; r RIGHT' WHY CARES HOW
::: education. that now manifested Itself. : SHOULD HE HAVE- YOU FEEL-BUT
: Driving through this country If you 2. His persistence (v. 4) stood him In .;,i: 4 I. ANY FUN-WHILE < JUST LET ONE
.. stead. If too short'to see he was :' YOU DO ALLTHE .
(: see a particularly fine building, tall good '<: OF THOSE STEERS
.'. columns, wide grounds, fields for not too timid to climb. He had been 7''f'y: HARD WORK'WELL 4 :' :;:f: GET A HEADACHE

: ( healthy play, that Is a public school. obliged to climb all his life. Always ,

; .:. Once It would have been the prison obstacles placed before him he had \ Ii
.t. or feudal castle. brushed aside, or had climbed over ti' --'--- ,

t .,' them, if a desired goal lay beyond. 3j tj

Mrs. Grace'Warren Dubois, sixty-two Now, the goal was a sight of Jesus,

f : years old. was allowed to keep her seat and he climbed. Though the rich man

k< while the judge sentenced her to life of town, he would not let pride keep

:, Imprisonment for killing her son. Ordinarily him from the undignified act of gettingup %4 a ti MRa.

:;::',;:.,' convicts must stand for sen- among the branches of yonder tree,

.' tence. for Jesus was to pass by.

( It [is said she thought her family II. Jesus Finding Zacchaeus (TV. 5,

/:L "too aristocratic" to live in sueh times 6).

FtL as'these, and wished to kill:. them all. While Zacchaeus was trying to see

k ': I' Another son testified against her. Jesus, Jesus was looking for him[ as
PyE'- always he is looking for the seekingsoul. h ,' THEDOCTOR i BUT WHY S ALL RIGHT

',. Newsboys cry "What do you read?" With no word that would em- ; TOLD RATS / COFFEE ARE YOU 50 ALL RIGUT!
The Niagara of books from humiliate NEVER HURT ME/ > >..
pouring the barrass or him, Jesus bade ''f: YOU THAT YOU I STUBBORNABOUT 1'LL7RY II'IF
A'':: ', presses, a vast majority forgotten as him come down from the tree, and de- s. FEEL lVE! DRUNK IT tT ?
t. M? LIFE: :r.:a 'xfri
f :. they are born make many ask "What clared his intention tp go .with him to ANY BETTER rr WOULDN'THURT
shall : read?" Of the books that everyone his home. How wonderful [is grace, UNTIL YOU QUIT YOU TO '
r: must know, many are unnecessarily that regardless of-one's past life Jesus -L COFFEE AND FORWANTS TRY POSTVM/ CURSIrS

1J;:. long, will not be read, and need I will receive the seeker as a friend and 4 SWITCHED TQ r YOUATTENTION ? : -' THAT MEDDLING y4r
You '
..:'... condensation, [In this day of newspa- I enter Into fellowship with him. Zac- PoSTUM!, f To,GIVE UP .,..' :' :. WOMAN HAS J :. ..firr ?>i

':. .. pers, moving pictures, and radio. chaeus did not hesitate' but made haste COFFEE! PAY 7' I RUINED M ::: ::' '

; .. If some publisher would issue a to come down, and with joy openedhis % :*:; Y NO )
x: "bookshelf" squeezed down from 12 door to the new-found Friend. 0 SUCH

: -feet to 2 feet, that would be useful. III. Zacchaeus' Conversion (vv. 7-10). DRIVELVOU /
His conversion was sudden and thor-

. Paris ough. He was converted before ''he ,
r : perceives that following recent m4 rr 1J I

t. elections extreme radicals will be powerful reached the ground. w. lIz. I '_' J'', 4 a.0 tel.
;i-" [In the new chamber, end those 1. What the crowd said (v. 7) was ;
""" that have money left begin panicky characteristic; they murmured and

;:"., selling. Bank of France shares drop I said that Jesus had gone to be guest ,f4 ; I Is It : -rte

f: : violently, meaning lack of confidence of a man who is a sinner. They could

{. in government stability, with fear of not think of his sin in the past tense,

.:. war in all minds. but said is Instead of was. Jesus for- ..,c-
: The last war knocked the franc gives and forgets. He "came to seek a I

from 19 cents to 4 cents What would and save that which was lost," and he

another war do? "remembers our sins against us no
.. "
t. : '. more. forever. "''" TAKE A TIP FROM )
t When stock 2. The proof of conversion (v. 8)
gambling starts, It moves ME-IF YOU'VE GOT (
;.': rapidly. Since March last year, stock was immediate and satisfying[ |His[ new WEIhJIM- COFFEENERVESl)
> life was begun with resolution and BET, DAP.,, '
prices have gone up GO per cent, busi- SQ YOUR SWITCH TO.
restitution. He
dedicated half his
! ness has Increased 18 per'cent, employ- STEERS WON SWELL OF YOU POSTUMJCHILDREN
goods to the If he before had
ment only 5 per cent. Not much cheerfulness THE BLUE TO LET ME
f' In that. been a grafter he was now a generous RIBBON/ ENTER THEM/

Since last March the New York giver. He was ready to untangle the / FINE ,;;j should never drink

Stock exchange "values" have increasedby skein of tax irregularities. While God 'i a YOURIa' a..> coffee...and the caffein in coffee
twenty thousand million dollars. forgets the past, he nevertheless ex- FATHER FEELS disagrees with many grown-ups, too. If you are

Excellent "bait"[ for the ignorant. pects the forgiven sinner to make res- SO GOOD, HE bothered by headaches or indigestion,or can't sleep
titution where possible. r: y' '?'/ CANT' REFUSE soundly. .. try Postum for 30 daysl! It contains no .

IV. Honesty in God's House (VT. 1; y' YOU ANYTHING/., caffein. It is simply whole wheat and bran,roasted
r New Jersey' citizens dropped from 45-48). SINCE HESWITCHED and slightly sweetened. Easy to make, costs less A SJ
' relief luvade legislative halls :' i '7 TQPOSTUM than one-half cent a cup. It's delicious,too and
;:. ,
camp If honesty must be -
exacted from pub- -
0- / may prove a real help.A product ef General Foods.F .
out, sleep on the floor, promisei! to remaIn licans and sinners, much more should

until New Jersey supplies money it be required of those who have to do R E E-Let us send you your first week's supply of

and food. with the worship of God. It is easy L 9 L Postum free!Simply mall the coupon. loss.c.r.oo ar.

Ewing township, New Jersey, with to condemn those who made capital
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The youngsters In Hal Roach's I

I Ne"\vs'Reriew of Current : The Thinker "Our Gang" started on a personal ap Speak Up, *I'Don't

pearance tour a while ago, which Mumble J '

the Invention Is the in- has proved so successful that ,they

Events the World OverHouse BEHIND( ; behind every discovery will go on and on right through the The young barrister was making .:

there Is the pioneer ; behind summer. ,Not only children, but grown his first appearance in court, and '

'f ach new thought there Is the people as well, arrive for the first was boring judge and witnesses alike

thinker. show and then stay right on till by his long-winded talk. Case after .

'."... thinker! Is Mil" the real closing time. -iC- case he quoted ;In tedious fashion,

Hurriedly Passes New Revenue Bill-Roper Stirs, ruler of the world He initiatesnew Staging a come-back in pictureswas until at last a business man under

/! Ideas is behind each great cross-l'xanllnaUon. became so exasperated -
rather hard for Dolores
Business Men to Sharp Retort-Young Farouk : that he muttered
advance, and really it Is he who Costello Rarrymore, to do ; she wasa under his

Becomes King of Egypt. determines the line along; which victim of early days of talkies breath :
;"J' mankind is destined to advance, "Shut up you young fool."
when she was given such inane
;:: :.,', ,:< The thinkers are. the world's real speeches that audiences laughed at The barrister appealed to' the ..

leaders : can we not say that ,they Judge.
her which' cost her an opportunityshe
By EDWARD W. PICKARD are' the ,world's;real rulers?-Rev. really deserved.But ":"Milord the witness ]Is mumbling
!) Western Newspaper Union. Insulting remarks about "
1-3. Neville Marlin, M. A. she took voice lessons, and dic- ,me. 4

extraordinary speed which been "rolling onto our PE'OpE'r! five tion le so'nsi and did so well] in "Lit With a ghost of a smile ,the Judge ". I
WITH : Good names are gained by exemplary turned to the'witness, and In a kind I'
end'in i that
opposition considered inde years and there was no sight. tIe Lord Fauntleroy" Paramount
ly voice said:
cent the administration's new MU.; ie declared thai the re-employment deeds.STAR. has signed her up. Now It looks as r r

000.000 revenue bill was pushed mandates laid down by President if a real career opening for her. "Speak" up; you must not mum- i
ble -London Answers. -
through the house. toose\elt. Secretary Roper and others I I -ic-

The vote .07 to 1W. were practically Impossible In the *
Those radio programs of Bing Crosby's -
I of the Increased burdens heapedon *
+ was almost light
: are rapidly becoming one 'of the
lines. The Industry I DUST : s
+ along party
best of the broadcasts; he is getting
showed 82 The American Federation of Labor *
roll call
really big names, (or rather: his spon-
Republicans[ and only reported( that "little or no progress"had ''* MOVIE AND RADIO 1I I
: sor is getting them for him), and he
voted been lIu'cltin re employment dur- '
11 Democrats !
aE$4 makes a delightful master of ceremo-
against i the me.istire.; !ng the tint quarter ot this year. $ By 'Virginia Vale : nies. Better "add' this program to
while four Republicans The federation estimated 12.184,000{,t I : fI
the list of' those ,you tune in. on
deserted the minorityto persons were unemployed In Marcn Western Newspaper Union. !
Seasonal nine In business and ngrl. Thursday evenings.
cast their lot with I
the administration. culture returning !f"ifMM; ) persons to JAMES MELTON, one of ra- -- Coleman
I J'N The bill was ,handed, work were "about normal the report sweetest singers, has Now it's Harold Lloyd who wantsto .
Sen. Harrison whose said. finished his latest radio SELF-HEATING r
-J to the senate assign
make pictures in color. He has

finance committee headed by Pat Har, ,ment and arrived in Hollywoodto been_ ___ makinz.__nu.__ expert nine The'Initial Coleman is a sen- I" RON
the policy of central- Lighting'Iron. ;
rison. had been studying It In secret CONTINUING of work in "Cain and Mabel." ments on his own All yon have to do is turn a:valve,itrflce a match '
for over the activities, and it light don't bare to insert
sessions In order to be prepared American citizens, the senate passed a Before :eaving New 'y'ork he hook for the last two the match inside then-no: burned fin gen. r
the public hearings that opened two The Coleman heats in a jiffy;is quickly remdr
but ]Is not
There new vocational education bill Intro made inquiries' to his own importance years, yet foi-EJe. Entire iromo? surface la heated with
days kfter the house had acted. quite sure whetheror point the hottest. Maintains its heat even for
commit duced by Senator Walter F. George of in the picture-wanted to the fast worker. Entirely! self-heating. Operates) ,
had been predictions that not color would for HP an hour. You do your ironing with lea
measure radically Georgia and supported by Majority know what sort of breaks he'd get on effort in one-third less time. Be sure your next
tee would modify the Leader Robinson of Arkansas. It was add to the type of iron is the genuine Instant-Lighting Coleman.
] but the opposition to it ]In Demo- publicity, etc. It's the iron every woman wants. It's a wonder
comedies that he ful time and labor
strongly opposed by Senator King of aver-nothlna- like It. The
He knew
cratic ranks seemed to have faded that Marion Davies being Coleman Is the easy way to iron. -
the senate Utah, Democrat, who Insisted education the star, would come first In the make SEND POSTCARD for Let r.w.r..a Tm\\ DtUtu. \
and Its passage by THE COLEMAN LAMP '
away Furthermore he's STOVE CO. .
was r responsibility of the states, not hearts the + D. t.WD3H
was deemed of publicity men for the k' t> WbUU. H.ALI Chlaem:
material change
without of the federal government. through with making Pha.d.iah4.1'&.( Loe AApI...CaUf. (QUW)
A casual
, company. Inqurry revealed
probable. The just one picture a
measure authorizes an r.nnualappropriation
the house the bill pro- the fact that he'd come second, which
As passed by
of $12.<<100,000 to be (distributed year; from now on
was all right with him. But for the
. Tides: : among the states on a match Harold Lloyd he'll make two a

1. A graduated tax on corporation ing bas's, in proportion to population.In moment neither he nor his Informant year, he thinks, or at SAND 1O $JARS
Income which it is estimated will recalled that Mary Boland was also
addition It authorizes Sl, ooOOO a least two every three years. And
;. force distribution of $3,360,000,000 cast, for that picture-and Miss Bo- THEI0 SIZE CONTAINS 3&TIMES AS MUCHAS
year to be allotted for the payment of with his latest one "The Milky
more in dividends and yield the gov- land is pretty Important being an THE 5$ SIZE WHY PAY MORE?
1 salaries and travel expenses of vocational Way, as an example, that comes under
$620.000,000 an- excellent actress and favorite of
additional u
ernment an
and the heading of
teachers $1,000,000 a year good news.
movie fans as well.
nually. to be allotted for the preparation of MOROLI.NE
2. A "windfall" tax on unpaid or refunded Also-Mr. Melton Is, first of all, a
teachers and supervisors.
processing taxes imposed under singer. The script calls for .a prize-

the invalidated AAA, which is expected fighter as a hero. The question at the

to yield $100,000,000. ,UAD I, king of Egypt, died or.ft moment Is-If: you take his singing ,

3. Continuation of the capital stocks 1 gangrenous throat Infection at his away from Mr. Melton, will you havea ROLL DEVELOPED

taxes for six monthsto country place near Cairo at, the age of prize-fighter?
and excess profits 8 Never-fade Velox Prints
yield $35,000,000. i sixty-eight. The crown 'prince, Fa- -i,- ONE ENLARGEMENTJACK 25c ,

4. A refund of $35,000,000 to proces- rouk a sixteen-year- Another picture that you'll wantto Spartanburc RABBIT. South CO.CaroB (COIN) .... I:
sors who suffered financial losses under '<:',;'':"' old pupil In the royal see is "I 1 Married a Doctor"-which

-.8 f the old AAA. :'.. military, academy at you'll recognize as Sinclair Lewis' \

t', Woolwich England, \
J ? great book, "Main Street.Joseph 30c 40c 65c Bottle i
$3,000,000,000 FrazierLemkefarm f' was Immediately proclaimed ine Hutchinson and Pat O'Brien Mufiti
mortgage bill with its threatof king and start- have the lends: and do exceedingly MAGIC SKIN
: ed for Egypt sailing .
currency Inflation, was blasted out ; ,well by them.; However, here's a [ SOILfromALL

of Its pigeonhole Friday and assuredof r\ from Marseilles on a word of warning to young, unmar 8e. DRUGGISTS CLOTHES
rc British liner escortedby
a vote in the house durjng the ried doctors; don't take the girl you
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present session. : : :: hope to marry to see this one, for it
order to avoid go- -RESTORES CLEAR LOVELY SKIN
Five representatives signed the petition i may make them feel that doctors ,
to remove the, bill from the house .b" Ing by way of Italy. don't make very good husbands. All you do is this: (1)) At bedtime
rules committee, completing the 218 Before -his- death -_y- spread: a thin film of NADINOLA [CLAFUED ADS II IIDO
I King Farouk., Fu-i; named ; regency Cream over your face-no massaging,
signatures necessary tobring up council of three to the country When you see "The Great Zieg- no rubbing. ((2)) Leave on while you
bill. i i govern feld" (and of course you'll see it !) sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement- I
Speaker Byrns, Chairman O'Connorof until Farouk comes of age. The young you'll hear "A Pretty Girl Is Like a usually in 5 to 10 days you will see a 'T ENVY BE.VTIFULV03IE Bone .,
king who is ,six feet tall and well educated marvelous transformation. Freckles, Hollywood Beauty Aids will giveyou
and the other
the rules committee, i hopes to return to England to Melody" beautifully sung. Allan Jones blackheads disappear; dull coarsened that screen star appearance. Send"3c stampfor [, '
Democratic chieftains, by sheer political sang it, while Stanley Morner was skin becomes creamy-white, satin- literature. 'G.' W. BARFIELD. 11036 '
I complete his studies at Woolwich. It Freeman Ave., Inglenood Calif.
said to have held smooth adorable! Fine results positively
power, are photographed as if he were singingit. I
feared In .
was Cairo that Fuad's death guaranteed with NADINOLAtestedand '
-the farm-mortgage, currencyexpansionmeasure would have an adverse effect on' the Jones did not get screen credit, trusted for nearly two generations.All .

in the committee for more negotiations for a new Anglo-Egyptian and Morner, who has, a good singing toilet counters, only 50c. Or write 15 GR\ND IRISES FOR $1.00 e eAll
than a year under express orders of voice, got credit but didn't sing. ,NADINOLA. Box 40, Paris, Tenn. different labeled. ,t
President Roosevelt.The treaty which will give Egypt a greater SUNNY BRAE GARDESS.Rl-cJasperGa: rI
measure of freedom from British control ,
Frazier-Lemke bill proposes to

amortize farm mortgages' by the issuance 11
Fuad a descendant of Mohammed '
of $3,000,000,000 in new currency.
It provides for a sharp downward revision All founder of the Egyptian royal ;h. i'A&ie ,_'

I of interest rates on mortgages. house was the youngest son of Khe- 'tftlUi .
dive Ismail Pasha "the magLlfieent"

I Egyptian sovereign from 1803 to 1879 r> v''
C. ROPER, secretary of

i DANIEL appeared before the COUNTRY. MADE SOUPS !
I Chamber of Commerce of the United NO OTHER member of congress

States at Its annual meeting In' Wash- has been having so lively a timeas
h_ has Marlon A. Zioncheck of Wash-
iMhk ington ana warned itsF Kmrre !
"" members. most of ..72'y r L...;ton state, the Playboy of the West !I1y Gw.diuvn td
whom are persistent ern World. has been arrested .

critics of New Deal jailed and fined, and has fought with

" .policies, that unless the police ; and the ,other day he suddenly t '

private enterprise decided to marry Miss Rubye 9We

!! takes up the slack in / /. :y' rr Louise Nix a stenographer In the accounting -
cs' i %.
fa.r+iy division of the PWA An.
i employment business at '

!i ; must pay the relief y Nr:z j f: nanolls. With a Washington! licensehe i'eMt SWUM

, bill out of earnings. dashed around looking for a minis- GOVKMMj

3 1 "It Is the responsibility ter who had left the city several years

j of all business ago. Then he rushed to Maryland, ob-
'i and Industrial enterprises tained another license woke up a dom- iLca11

;i ," said Roper, Sec. Roper Ine and he and Rubye were made -

J "and not of one particular segment of man and wife. Next day Marlon led 5
' the government to Increase Its efforts Mrs. Zioncheck Into the gallery of the "Our soups come front the heart of Maryland

J for greater employment If a substantial house and the members all arose and where a friendly sun ripens the finest vege t,

; measure of Increased re-employ. cheered them. Perhaps his actions tables you ever tasted.And our soups are cooked ; 1
1 ment does not take place the taxation will be a trifle more conventional here- with
heart interest by people who love ,
i for relief will after. t
purposes come largely
good foodor people who appreciate it!
from business
earnings. There must
1 "You can thank the bountiful countryside of
be re-employment
'I or a longer period D EICHSFUEHRER HITLER has
1 of Increased taxation." made Hermann Wilhelm Goering Maryland for the neighborly prices of

." Roper admitted that the administration controller of national economics and he Phillips Delicious Southern Soups. You can ,

had fostered bureaucracy, but has decreed an era of Spartan sim- thank loving cooking for their fine flavor.You'll .
Insisted that It was occasioned by an plicity for the German people.. Goering
when taste them that they
say you
j emergency, and responsibility for Its summoned the commissars for raw ma-

"' l Increase again lay at the door of prl- terials to a conference and warned surely are AMERICA'S

\&=' vate business. them they must further restrict Imports t GREATEST FOOD l
N lt:j Ii IiI
Various members of the chamber re- and help draft measures to In- VALUES." \.

plied spiritedly. Roy C. Osgood, vice crease exports. Only goods vitally

president of the First National bank necessary to the army and materials }
of Chicago, predicted that if the administration needed to produce goods for foreign COLONEL ALBANUS PHILLIPS SAYS: "Give full quota of health-protecting mineral r

embarked on a sound fiscal export must be allowed to enter Germany R ? me vegetables that have had Nature's and vitamins.That's where my counfry-

' program that would Inspire confidence GoerIng decreed full time for ripening in the sun. I want made soups get'their rich food value.

,; business would make rapid Officials of the propaganda ministry them garden-fresh, too-when their fla And-these soups ore double strengthS ,

1 strides toward recovery. He criticized further darkened the picture of the '-S 4 is top-notch and they've got their each can makes four hearty servings.

., the pending tax on corporate earnings near future by telling the press It must ,

i t" as Impracticable and a brake on business prepare the public for a '"stiffening of

, expansion and stability. relations between France and Ger-

: Fred H. Clausen, president of the many as soon as the French electionsare PHILLI PS % SDUPSTHE

Van Brunt Manufacturing company ot: finished." They also deplored the
Horlcon, WIs., told the chamber that fit that relations witb England have I 16 DELICIOUS KINDS ;

the rising tide of public spending had suffered.

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NOTICEIn I ty Commissioners of Hendry will work for a tenure of teachers FOR TAX ASSESSOR TO THE VOTERS OF IIENDRY
County, Florida. based entirely upon their ,success in COUNTY:
the school room. I wish to
compliance with Section 305, ATTEST: Upon this platform I solicit ,your: for re-election announce Tax my candidacy : -
Compiled General Laws of Florida, William T. Hull, Clerk. 'i as Assessor for I am a candidate for re-election was
notice Is hereby given that the Boardof support.. D. G. McCORMlCK. I Hendry County, subject to the will :1 your Clerk of the Circuit Court.
County Commissioners of Hendry; May 15. of the Democratic voters in June. I appreciate the overwhelming vote-

County, Florida, has appointed the I am seeking re-election solely on you have always given me, and if
following election officers for eachof my record of fairness to the taxpayers you see fit to re-elect me I will con,
the Precincts of Hendry County, .:...:11 N/M:..:..:N:NINININ:..:NIM:..:NIN:N:M-H:NIN NININ:< FOR TAX COLLECTOR and fairness to the county. I will tinue to give my entire time to the

Elec- continue the ,same policy in futureas office and the same courteous
Florida, to hold the Primary I wish to announce myself a can. in treat-
tion June 2, 1936: POLITICAL past-Fairness: to all. ment.
on didate for re-election to the office o/f
Precinct One (1), Clewiston: Tax Collector' for Hendry County, preciated.Your vote and support will be ap- 'WILLIAM T. HULL.

R. J. Coker, Clerk. subject to the Democratic Primary,
Mrs. Josephine Wright, Mrs. V. A. ANNOUNCEMENTSPaid June 2nd.I KURD: L. REEVES. .

Allen, A. W. Sias, Inspectors. have endeavored to and believe FOR COUNTY JUDGE

Robert George, Special Officer. that I have made a good Tax Col-
Polling Place: Clewiston MotorCo. ( Political Adv.) lector, and if you honor me with reelection FOR TAX ASSESSORI TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY

Product. Two (2)), East LaBelle: .:(..:..:..: :..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:' I I shall continue to..serve :you hereby announce my candidacy With COUNTY:
/ I in the same dependable manner in for'the a deep sense of appreciation
office of Tax Assessor in
TTntrnoa: flush.Alice Clerk.
Mrs Nell -- which I have served you for the'past j for for the support you have given me
i E. Hall: Julian Bussell, W. Hendry County, Florida, subjectto In
three and one-half years.Your I the my first elective term, I hereby
O. Manley, Inspectors. FOR REPRESENTATIVE vote and active support'will June vote 'of the Democratic Pri- announce my candidacy for re-elec-
mary, 2nd.
-, Special Officer,, be appreciated. tion as County Judge of Hendry
I have, lived
Polling Place: Pool Room. In making my announcement for FRANK A. DAUGHERTY.FOR ., the Hendry County for County, Florida, subject to your approval -
Precinct Three (3)), West LaBelle: re-election' to the House of Repre- I have past served years, during which time in the Democratic Primariesof
J. H. Booth, Clerk. sentatives from Hendry County, sub- as Secretary of the June, 1936.
Mrs. R. J. Moon, Dillon Hall, Mrs. 1 I Hendry County Democratic Execu-
ject to the Democratic Primary : TAX COLLECTORA tive Committee, as President of the My past record for fairness to all
Ella Burchard, Inspectors.
June .I wish to" state that I am par- and
Young Democratic Club the manner in which I have
Ernest Messer, Special Officer. and am at
Polling place: Everett Hotel.Precinct ticularly interested in the welfareof Democrat-born and raised in I present Tax Assessor for the Cityof conducted the affairs of this officeis

Four (4)), Denaud: the schools and the completionof old Lee County, went to school, in LaBelle. an open book to those who wishto

L. D. Baldwin, Clerk.R. the North and South road from Fort 'Myers and LaBelle and then I will endeavor at all times to investigate.

M. Burchard, J. M. Walker, Venus to Everglades City known will as took a course in Massey .{business I have taxes as reasonable and as I believe that my ae, training as
Frank McClenithan, Inspectors.F. State Road number 164 College. Came back home and work- nearly equalized as possible. an attorney, and previous experience -
M. Ballard, Special Officer. use my efforts in; the interest of.. ed at intervals for fifteen years in Your support will be greatly appreciated enable me to render more* efficient -
each, or any other'matter affecting i mercantile haxdware i service in
Polling place: Duval Garage. general and Thanks. this important of-
Precinct Five (5), Felda: the County and its Citizenship. business combined with postofficefor DENNIS SMALL. I
E. B. Fortson, Clerk. I believe experience' gained'as a one employer who is now' a liv- you see fit to le-elect me as

Jim Warnock, J. B. Thomas, A. G. member of previous sessions of the ing reference at any time., your County Judge, I promise, a., '
'Carr, Inspectors. Legislature will enable me' to render I then finished a normal school DEMOCRATIC VOTERSOF far as in me lies, to give Hend: M
Marvin Perry, Special Officer. the very' best service to'Hendry course, took examination and' taught HENDRYCOUNTY:, County an honest, capable and do' .'"
Polling place: Thomas Store. County, and I shall appreciate the school for five successive ye:irs' in --- pendable administration of the affairs -
(SEAL) DAVE ALSTON, support and influence of every citizen one community. On account of fail- After due consideration I hereby of the office. "

Chairman Board of Coun- and voter. Ing health of mother I was compelled -, announce my candidacy for TaxAsse'ssor Your vote and support will be

ELBERT L. STEWART.FOR to give up my school work and of Hendry County, sub- greatly appreciated.H. .
ject to the, wishes of the voters in
come home to care for .my children. A. :3IDER.
I then was elected Supervisor of the Democratic Primary in June.

J. M. COUSE REPRESENTATIVE I Registration and served five years, I have been Clerk of The City of
LaBelle for the past five I
and have handled by own business years.
I To the Democratic Voters of Hendry I for the past twenty years. I feel, thatI I. served as County Tax Collector two -,--
Counselor and Attorney at Law years by appointment and four
qualify for this ( years
can job
County: I([ providingthe by Election. I organized the first I hereby 'announce myself as ,candidate -
Hopkins Building I wish to announce my candidacyfor good people of Hendry County. Abstract for the office of County
I t
'Company in LaBelle and
the office of Representative for will give it to me. have had Judge of Hendry County, Florida,
Wednesdays and Saturdays Hendry County, subject to the will I I I Your support will be appreciated. this line of considerable,; work. experience in subject to the approval of the vot-

9:30 to 4:00 of the voters in the June Primary ALICE CURRY ,BAH.EY. ers in the Democratic Primary, June
I,I At present I am Deputy Tax Col-
Though living in Clewiston, I own
I lector and have had daily experiencein
and operate a business in LaBelle, l Your vote and support will be ap-
handling the Tax Rolls for
\ and therefore am vitally interested FOR TAX ASSESSOR I ITo nine over preciated.

To Our I I in the development and welfare of'I have years.I College, training and also BILL MADDOX.

all sections of Hendry county, and the Democratic,Voters of Hen- two years in Law. I have been a citizen -:
"OnceinaWhile"Patrons I I pledge my untiring efforts to obtain 'dry County: of Hendry County, for the past
early construction of Road 164. I hereby announce my candidacy I sixteen years.If FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict

I I Your vote* and support will be ap- I'for the office of Tax Assessor in I elected I promise Courteousand No. 1, Hendry County

preciated: Hendry County, subject to the action t Efficient service at all times and

KEATHLEY BOWJ>EN.. 'of the Democratic Primaries in June. } will put forth my best efforts to keep This will announce my candidacyfor

1- Born in Madison County, Fla.., I, the taxes equalized, and as low as re-election to the office of Coun-
Our 'Once-in-a-while" patrons I 1I March 8, 1897. ;possible. ty Commissioner from District No.

are welcomed with just the same I FOR SHERIFFI Graduated Madison Normal Insti-r i 1 will appreciate the support and ,1, Hendry county, subject to the

warmth and receive the same ex- I I, Attended Stetson University, De-* influence of every citizen and voter. June Democratic Primaries.My .

pert service "as those Mho comeregularly. I I wish to announce my candidacyfor tute, Madison, Fla. W. P. (Bill) ANDREWS. record is my jlatform. Your
re-election to the office of Sheriff vote will be appreciated.D. .
.. We're anxious to see Land ,Fla.
and State University, G. ALSTON.
you lllorc''often' however, for the of Hendry County, subject to the Gainesville, Fla. |
Democratic Primaries in June. FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
better \\e know you, the better Served in navy during World War.' -
I am making this race solely on -
qualified we are to serve you as my record of law enforcement and :Moved to Hendry County while it I wish to announce my candidacyfor ,FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER f

you wish to be sened.Butler's fair dealings to all, and assure the was yet part of Lee County. the office of Clerk of the Circuit District, No. 1, Henry County

people of Hendry County that the Served as City Tax Collector of Court of Hendry County.I -

policies of this office will not LaBelle for six years. promise an efficient, courteousand It is my intention and desire at

Beauty change. Experienced a's abstractor. shouldbe business-like operation of this this time to announce myself as a

Your vote and support will be ap- an asset in, position. office, if elected. I. candidate for re-election as memberof
ShoppeClewiston the Hendry County Board of Pub-
preciated. If elected ould Rotation ]
give a sound eco- in office is a Democratic
lic Instruction subject to the Demo-
H. L. DELANEY. nomical business administration. principle.
Inn -:- 'Phone 345 cratic Primaries in June. Continuation -
Your vote and support. will be greatly Your vote and support will be of your loyalty and support

I J appreciated. greatly appreciated.W. will be appreciated.M. .


as To the Voter9-. f""Hendry County: -- -- --==--=-=.-- -----.. -
Little as $1 per Monthas I I hereby announce my candidacy 1
for the office of Sheriff of Hendry

quoted, PAYS UP JO county subject to the Democratic ,

Primaries in June. I have been a

$1,000.00 'o resident of Hendry county for the

past sixteen years ,and feel that I
Policy. Mailed for Free Inspection. SAFETY: DIVIDENDS
No Medical Examination.THE am capable of carrying on the workof ,

STANDARD MUTUAL BEN the office in an honest and fear- ,
EFIT CORPORATION is offering less manner and of giving the peopleof .
without medical examination, to the county a conscientious ad-

men 66, a and remarkable women up new to the low age cost of ministration if elected. Your vote <>." ,, ,': ,:' \;;;: :.

51.000.00 LIFE POLICY for natural, providing death and up up to and. your support will be appreciated. ', :", ", '": .; '" ,: \. :,:4txhti':, .\.' ".. Record of Dividends of I Il

to as specified.1000.00 for This accidental policy costs death as, DOUGLAS THOMPSON. :":; :" .", ",;.'- '::.\l: t:.:'>, : Clewiston Home Building Association

little .
as 1.00 a month. Benefitsare ,: .
,; :
form based has been on the APPROVED aKe. This by policy the l ; ,). I Ii

Florida Insurance Department and FOR SHERIFFTo ,f '{_ ; ;., ,:'i" ', RATE rn\TE
has complied with all the laws govErning -- : ';' ___ ,.,..,
: : (. YEAn \
companies of this character, the voters'of Hendry County: '' (. C,) ; :.'t. PERCENT YEAR PERCENT .'
i. .
\ State of FUND Florida on for deposit the protection with the I hereby announce myself as a : :" . ,::::. .,. 1928 5.5 1933 6
I candidate for the office of Sheriff
of its policy holders. ; .
SEND NO *; of Hendry County, subject to the "f.:; .. .)>- :.:' 1929 7 1 1934 ; 6

NO MONEY. I will of the voters of the County in ':. :, .;,( :":," 1 1930 4 1935 6
AGENT WILL CALL1 the Democratic Primary of June 2nd. : ,,.,
Just Bend a postcard with your If elected, I promise an honorable, "; ::,.-';>/.. ',,.'; i<,,>, 1 1931 1 4 .'1 1936' '; 6
name and of impartial. e1, ;'d' >" ', 1' "
age name beneficiary economical administrationof "- ,<". .\ ., -" ..' ':' '
and a Policy, completely made the office.. '
1932 6'
out. will be sent you for free in- '
spection. If, after studying it in Respectfully yours, ': i ;i1
the quiet of your home, you desireto W. C. HOOKER. : J_: : ;
keep it, send only $1.OOto apply : > ." : ; 0rt
for its restoration, which includes f it :, ;
practically 30 days protection if .. : : : :: ; >
accepted. If not satisfactory, you FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF , ; ; : \ CALL BY THE HOME
Offer limited Write today I

Can use your a Representativein : Territory ** 11 j Superintendent I am a candidate of Public for the office Instruc-of Invest your savings for safety and a good :', ): : THING' TOMORROW: AND

The STANDARD MUTUAL tion. return. Home Building has never paid '/ }. TALK THINGS OVER.
BENEFIT CORPORATION If chosen, I will discharge the du-
dividends of less than 4 .:
821 Graham Building ties of the office faithfully and im- percent per year. ,'.

Jacksonville . Florida partially.I In these days of reduced interest on savings U :
solicit and will appreciate active .
support in the approaching Demo- accounts and reduced returns on other .
cratic Primary
,The Eyes of Yovth S. A. ,GRAVES. forms of investment Home Building offers ,

The old historian Plutaich, when I the conservative, thrifty investor the in- : V
asked what bois should Io .
: rn. said: / : '
"That which they will use when men." TO THE VOTERS OF IIKNDRY vestment best suited to his needs. In- ''

The trouble is that men \u., tint use COUNTY vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association ; '

enough what they leutneii.nnrlli.i: *

they thought and what Trey hcprd no' LaBelle, Fla. ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME

boys. The Idealism of "oath nm I announce my candidacy for the
little $5.00 month much
quickly fades office of as per or as as
Most men are too Superintendent of Public I
oractlcnl, -Ezcnmea. Instruction. 1000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a BUILDINGASSOCIATION t G

I served the, schools of this com- .
This Crazy World munity many years and will, if elect- Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. ,
ed, do my best to keep the doors of : PHONES 102103T
A doctor .
Insune .
rays )people: lire hup ,
the school houses open and raise the .
pier than those who are bane Whli-ii
standard of the schools. ,
: may account for, some of the lillirltjve > of the schools from politics and I ) 0

have ohserypr]1-=.,.-nprem-p' -- "rlIIJ J prQJPise a complete separation i \




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