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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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VOLUME 10, NUMUElt 10 CLEWISTON: FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR ,

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BIDS TO BE RECEIVED John .Elmore Wins I FIRST POLITICAL American' Legion Post to I BEARDSLEY GIVES '


Contest Second TimeFor Hold Memorial Service

JUNE 16. FOR NORTH RALLIES AT FELDA TALK ON TOMATO .

the second consecutive week I In keeping with their usual custom -

SHORE LEVEE WORKAn John Elmore walked off with the i LAST FRIDAY NIGHTThe the ,Clewiston American Legion CULTURE, TO CLUB
weekly prize for the largest black. 'Post, No. 93 will hold their Memorial -

-- bass entered in the fishing contest Day services in the city park at

advertisement appearing in sponsored by the Clewiston Supply first of a series of three political -r 11:30 a. m. on Saturday May 30. Probably the best authority on tomato -

some of the state dailies this '.week Company. The fish was registeredlast rallies for Hendry county was Everyone is invited to attend the culture in this" section of the

calls for bids to be opened at ten o'- Friday and weighed five poundsand I held last Friday night at the school-. service,' particularly the exserviceI I Everglades, J. E. Beardsley, gave a

clock a. m. on' Tuesday, June 16', in fifteen ounces, a little morethan I! house in Felda with a majority of men, at these exercises honoring the most interesting talk Wednesday

the, District U. S. Engineer office In a pound less than his first prizewinner the candidates for county office be- war heroes both living and dead. I night to his fellow Kiwanians on tomatoes -

Jacksonville for the construction of ing present to give their platformsand
The following program has been a subject of general discus-
fifteen miles of hydraulic levee be- On Sunday of this week Mr. El- discuss the issues of the cam- arranged. 'I sion during the present harvest sea;

tween the Kissimmee River, south- more also registered a six and a aiI1.. son.
Invocation Fr. J. F.
W-alsh.
west of Okeechobee City, to Nubbin quarter pound bass but was toppedby With M. L. Williams, of Felda Starting with the early develop-

Slough on the southeast. When these another entry on the same day acting as, chairman of the meetingthe Reading, Seegar's "RendezvousWith ment of the tomato from the wild

bids are opened and the contract a- by C. D. Beatty' a'seven pounder. candidates were introduced in alphabetical Death", J. E. Beardsley. fruit, Mr. Beardsley described the

warded the last contract will have Contestants are urged to weighin order in their respectiveraces Introduction of Speaker, Post development, step by step to its pres-

been let in the CaloosahatcheeOkeechobee any fish over four pounds even beginning with the 'district Commander Jay W. Moran. ent importance on world markets as

project as originally contem- if there is no chance of a prize in. candidates for school board member Address F. Deane Duff. one of the most popular food fruits.

plated. order that accurate check may be and county commissioner. Each can- Benediction by Chaplain C. W. He demonstrated the different va-

One of the features of this work<<; made at the end ol the contest on didate was allowed five minutes to Alford. rieties of fruit by cutting open vari-

and one that all contractors will re- how many big bass have been hauledin talk and that short time was more Taps. ous varieties picked at random from

joice over Is that WPA labor re- by the contestants. than ample for the greater numberof his own fields showing why certain

_ strictions have been lifted from the the candidates who wished onlyto varieties were better for shipping

work except in regard to a minimum Tomato Season at Peak, appear and repeat the announce- N.Y.A. Sends Technical and other varieties better for table

+ : wage to be paid. The men may work ment of their candidacy and their

only eight hours a day but are allowed Market Much WeakerThe appreciation of vote and support of Volumes T o LibraryThe use.He described the development of

... thirty days a month if they can the voters. tomato culture in the Everglades
make it. A minimum wage for common The only exception to'the five during his residence here and show-

labor has been fixed at forty tomato season is believed by minute rule was made in the Repre- school library has recently ed that great steps had been takenin
cents hour while skilled and semi- sentative these four candi- added twelve new books of a techni-
an and
most observers to have reached its race regard to methods of planting,
skilled range from fifty-five centsto peak in this area during the past dates were allowed ten minutes each. cal nature presented through the cultivation and harvesting. He said

$1.00, with each specific class of week and local packing houses have I In every case the incumbent. was allowed courtesy of the National Youth d-I that great advances had also been

labor' having a fixed wage scale. been running constantly to clear to speak last. ministration.' The volumes come from'the made in the use of fertilizers but

The advertisement for bids states away the great volume of fruit The meeting was orderly in every Smithsonian Institute and will that this was still in the experimental -

that there is approximately 7,000- which is being brought in. At the I respect and the candidates are wor- only be let out to adults by Mrs. R. stage. He spoke of the high cost

000 cubic yards of unclassified ma- I same time the market showed the I, 1 thy of great credit for conductingthe H. Collins who is librarian for the of seed and stressed the importanceof

terial to be used in the levees and effect of increased shipments andl, meeting without any of the mud- summer. They are as follows: securing -the best available seed

in addition there is to be dug a I prices have dropped o(f considerab1ly. slinging which is usually prevalentat The Sun and Welfare_ of Man. for 'planting even though the cost

floodway channel at the mouth of An average of sixty cents per a political rally. Minerals From Earth and Sky. might be higher. Diseases' affectingthe

the Kissimmee River approximately: field crate was being paid growers: The next rally is being held tonight North American Indians. plant and fruit were described as

a mile and a half long and from this morning, f. o. b. packing house in the LaBelle school house Insects, Their Ways and Means of the methods used to 'combat them.

which will be taken about 6,000,000 and some houses were not buying at and a week from tonight the last one Living. Next the picking and the packingof

cubic yards of material. all. will be held in the auditorium of Wild Animals In and :Out, of Zoo. the fruit was described; how it

Everything has been in readinessfor An average of five or six cars of 1 the Clewiston school. Everyone is Man From the Farthest Past. is culled and packed according to

sometime for the awarding of tomatoes have gone out from Clew- cordially invited and urged to at- Cold Blooded Vertebrates. sizes in lugs to be shipped to Northern -

this contract with preliminary sur- iston every day during the week. tend this meeting and learn some- Warm Blooded Vertebrates. markets and the methods whichare

. veys, yardage computations, plans ,' The heavy rain this morning was, expected thing of'the qualifications of the Shelled Invertebrates. employed in selling the fruit on .

and specifications etc., complete' to delay picking somewhatbut candidates for the district and coun- Great Inventions. those' markets.

and only awaiting the appropriation it is felt that the rain can do ty-wide offices.County Old and New Plant Lore. With the tomato season now in
of funds to proceed. Funds are now The National Youth Administration -
little damage unless it continues full swing here it was a most appropriate -
or will be forthcoming prior to the I was organized to make the boy
too long. such Mr.
Schools To time for a talk as
and girl self-supporting while acqUiring -
date set for the opening of the bids
The bean market was reported to, Beardsley's and it was greatly ap-
and it is expected that the bidding an education and fitting
i be slightly stronger this week and Receive More FundsA preciated.Dick .
them to'make the most of their
will be keen for the work. Thetl
quite a number-of ,hampers are still Miller, of. West Palm ,Beach,
ff Arundel Corporation and the Atlan- chances in life.' Four Clewiston boys
being shipped. A few hampers of a former Clewiston resident attended -
were paid six dollars a month dur-
tic Dredging Company are expectedto
nice peppers have also been packedand telegram to this office today the meeting for a few minutes
be the important bidders ing the school term for work on the
among shipped during the week. from State Comptroller J. M. Lee's and spoke a few words of interest in
with that other outside school grounds and applications have
a probability
I The tomato crop for the entire Everglades office stated that another distribu- regard to some of the work being
firms will bid and perhaps others been made for others for summer
has been estimated by some tion of funds from the, state general I conducted by the Kiwanis Club in
now engaged on work in the Caloo- work. These applications have as yet
authorities as being in excess of revenue had been made ,to the coun- his city.
sahatchee. not been heard from
a million dollars. ty school system of Florida. The am- Letters were read by Secretary B.
Things are now in shape for the
ount available is $452,756 which E. Herring from Senator Duncan U.
. advertising for bids on the repair brings the total distribution for the Mrs. Irey Dies In Fletcher and Col. Earl North in regard -
work to the levee on the East shore. About 1,300 Qualified
year to $9,467,808 or seven hundred to the proposed storm shelter
have been sent in for
Specifications dollars for each teacher's unit in the New York City which the club is trying to secure
approval and it is expected that the Voters In CountyWord for Clewiston. .
advertisements will within state.What
appear a --
the amount will be for
short time. Hendry,county has not been disclosedbut Word was received this week of I Serious InjuryIn

<) was received today from the a check for the amount shouldbe the death of Mrs. Zenomia Irey 32 Escape

Man Loses Arm When office of the county tax collector, received by the school board within in a New York hospital on Monday.lThe [ Automobile WreckMerrel

Frank Daugherty that a final checkup a short time. cause of her death has not been

Truck Sideswipes Car had not been completed by the From the million dollar appropri- learned at this time. r
Supervisor of Registration but that Mrs. Irey has worked in the can-
ation made last week to, the school I Lowe and Harry Knight
there would be approximately 1,300 fund, which completed the nine millions teen at the sugar house of the Unit- narrowly escaped serious injury ,
'. H. C. Ezell, of LaBelle, was the qualified voters in the county<<; for promised for the school term / ed States Sugar Corporation since It Thursday\ night near midnight when "i:
victim of a peculiar accident here the Primaries in June. received was started and left here for the
the board ,
Hendry, county j their in which they were headed
car
Sunday' afternoon when his car was Close to five hundred of this enough funds to their of north soon after the closing of the .
pay corps toward Moore Haven plunged
sideswiped by a truck with a wide II number Is from the Clewiston pre- ,''teachers another two-thirds month sugar season. She is survived by ,six the guardrail on the curve

body and his arm was so severely cinct and it is hoped that by next I salary. The extra amount received children, five of whom are in the through mile this from that place.

crushed as to necessitate amputationof ,week the complete list will be available should be sufficient to bring these Masonic Home at St. Petersburg, just a way
The a Ford V-8 coach, plowed
the injured member in the Fort t the mother when car
giving exact number of and one was with its
salaries within month of
up a com- the guardrail and took out
through
Myers hospital Monday. The acci- qualified voters in each precinct.The pletion. she died in New York. :
do :
This failed to
dent happened at the intersection of I collector's office was closed The county board will meet in The deceased was born in Spart- two heavy than slacken posts. momentum however \ I ,

A Highway 25 and the street running for the payment of poll taxes at mid- special session early in June to passion anburg, S. C., the daughter of Mr. more and the car ran about a hun- "

'II' past the school house. night Saturday night and the Super-, teachers recommendations for all and Mrs. Theo. H. Jones, Sr., and dred, feet diagonally down the em-
.Mr. Ezelle was driving with his visor has been working through the schools. went to school in Savannah Ga. She
left arm hanging out of the windowof week revising his registration liststo was the widow of Earle F. Irey who I i bankment and was stopped by ditchat a
I which the road
bridge spans
his car when the collision occur- show those qualified. Mrs. Downs Dies At died in Fort Myers two years ago. ,that point. The hood of the car
red and while the only damage to Several absentee ballots are reported The body will be shipped back to
under the bridge so
the car was a bent fender, his arm to have been cast in the office Fort Myers for burial. Other sur- was jammed
Clewiston Inn TuesdayMrs. that removal of the car was
was in such a position that it took of County Judge H. A. Rider since viving relatives include a sister, Mrs. tightly ;
The right side of the car
. the full force of the blow..' The truck Monday, the date when such votingwas W. P. Sevin, Jr.:, of New York City, difficult.
water
, of the
almost in the edge
was Mitchell.driven by a local negro, Archie, allowed to begin under the law. W. K. Downs, 74, passed a- and a brother, T. H. Jones, Jr., of was when it stopped. ;

way Tuesday at the Clewiston Inn Clewiston. Although slightly bruised and

The Injured man was removed as Fort Myers Minister To where she has lived for a number of Merrel is nursing aa- cut over his left ;
quickly possible to the
as Fort
"'," My years with her son, >C. L. Downs. Mrs. Alice Aiken Dies neither young man was seriously -
eye
ers Hospital where it I
found that
was Be Here Sunday Night Death was the result of a partial injured and were able to be at

to the necessitate arm was so its badly removal.mangled He as paralytic stroke with which she was In West Palm Beach work this morning. They were pick- 1
was
stricken two weeks ago. ed up by Sheriff J. J. Wjggins; of ;
in a serious condition due to shock
Dr. W. E. Kennedy, or Fort Myers --
Mrs. Downs was born Mamie Win- moment following
Glades
county a
. but rallied Monday night and doctors Mrs. Alice Aiken, a resident of
Presbyterian Church sent word the burn of Conyers, Ga. She is survived their wreck and taken to the Moore
were hopeful of his He this section for a number of years
recovery. swell middle of this week that he ,
i would by three sons, C. L. of Clewiston; Haven hospital for first aid. He then ;
known by Clewiston and making her home near the coun-
many peo- I fill the pulpit of the Community L. C. of ,Conyers, Ga., and P. A. of ought them back to their homes
ple and is the nephew of E. M. Cor- Church ty line, died Tuesday in a hospital In ,
Sunday evening his
on : ,
reg- Decatur, Ga., and five grandchildren here. The boys had attended the ,
nette of the LaBelle Motor Sales West Palm Beach at the age of 66 '
ular visit in
behalf of the
district Jim and Jack Fergason, sons 'of graduation exercises in Moore Haven 4
force. Funeral services held in
years. were
Presbytery. Dr. Kennedy is well a deceased daughter in Young Har- home and were on
had returned '
The accident was investigated but Fergueson's Chapel in West Palm '
known and well liked by the church
ris, Ga., and Cecilia, Harry and Al their back to attend a dance
no arrests were made.CONSTRUCTING Beach Wednesday afternoon and way
members here and it is felt that there Downs, children of L. C. Downs of given by the graduating class when '
burial thereafter In
immediately
---'--- will be a good crowd out to hear his Conyers, Ga.
occured.
the accident
Woodlawn .
Cemetery.Mrs.
NEW IIO.ME sermon., During her residence in lewiston
' --- The pulpit was filled last Sunday Mrs. Downs was known and loved Aiken is survived by four CLEWISTON TEAM TO PLAY

'fl': G. M. Prevatt began the construc- evening by Rev. Kent Pendleton, of by a great many local people. .She sons, T. L., and C. J. Aikeu, of PAHOKEE HERE SUNDAY '

tion of a new home this week in Fort Myers, who preached an excellent was affectionately called "Grand- Clewiston, and L. M., and H. S.

: the west end of town about a block sermon. ma" Downs by almost everyone. Brasswell, of Dunellon, sons by a The Clewiston-Engineer baseball

and a half northwest of the Admin-I It is planned that throughout the I The body was prepared for ship- former marriage, and three daugh- team will pray the recently organized -
istration Building. The house is of ters, Mrs. T. J. Geiger, of Clewiston, local. dia- ,
summer during the absence of Dr. D.j+ ment by the Everglades Funeral Pahokee team on the :
frame construction and will have|J. Williams, that the pulpit be filled Home of Pahokee and was shipped and Misses Nettie and Dorothy Aiken mond Sunday afternoon at 3:30 and
three rooms and built in porch. Mr. I by ministers of of Gainesville. good
neighboring towns I from Pahokee Wednesday to Con- fans are assured of seeing a

Prevatt, assisted by W. .H Guthrie, who are willing to help out. A regular yers, where burial services are being An extensive scheme of campus game if they attend.

is doing the construction work and minister may be secured later held today. Mr. Downs left yesterdayto beautification for Stetson University There was no game scheduled for

'rapid ,progress Is being made. (Continued on Page 8) attend the funeral Is being put on foot by'Pr s. Allen last'Sunday..J. tt .


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I IMPROVED Dealing ,With Others
Current
of
News Review UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

I BRISBANETHIS THE longer we live the more ,ij

Events the World Over SUNDAY I shall need to deal kindly

WEEK LessonBy with the limitation of others

Many are doing their best even

REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D.. though there are some things
Member of Faculty Moody Bible
Mussolini Goes Through Institute of Chicago. which they cannot do very well.

Will Be Italian Western Newspaper Union. Parents teachers
Practical Selassie Mussolini Says Conquered Ethiopia Colony employ.
ers, and all the
rest of
us need
Snake ,Killed One New Relief Bill-
Battles Over
'-House
to be
patient and kindly'when
Lesson
for
Which End of the Gun? May 24 we

Some Campaign Developments. face the limitations of our

Mussolini's men entered Addis Ababa BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE friends and loved ones Criticism

out the Ethiopian looters, bring
driving will not help. "Nagging," will

ing safety to various LESSON TEXT Luke 20:45-47; be out of place.. Let as' take certain

: foreigners our ,own including By EDWARD W. PICKARD 21:1-36.GOLDEN TEXT-In your, patience limitations for' granted, and

':; C minister. Western Newspaper Union. possess ye your souls.-Luke 21:19. move on with appreciation of all
PRIMARY TOPIC A Gift That
Rome went wild is conquered, Emperor heavy type sponsored by Secretary Pleased Jesus.; the other gOod"thlDgs we find In

with Joy; and no ETHIOPIA has fled to Pales- Ickes, head of the Public Works ad- JUNIOR TOPIC-What' Makes a Gift friends.-E. B. Allen.KILLS .

wonder.In tine aboard a British cruiser, and the ministration, and so the adherents 'of Great INTERMEDIATE? AND SENIOR

seven months Italian army IF in possession of Addis. the latter gentleman were prepared to TOPIC-Making the Most of Today.

Mussolini has con- Ababa. The-- war'' in revive the old Ickes-Hopkins feud. Ma YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT

quered Ethiopia's r East "Africa Is ended. 'jorlty Leader Bankhead was confident TOPIC-Living for Spiritual Ends.

millions, killing and of rsAsic But this climax may the bill would be passed as reportedby While this lesson is indicated as the I

wounding 250,000 y s3Sy be only the beginning the appropriations committee.
marching a. zy,5 quarterly Temperance lesson, and the
them
of a still greater'story.for At a Republican caucus Represent various subjects suggested in
ahead vary
a steadily Benito Mussolini ative John Taber of ,New York, rank. their objective, a 'more logical theme 4o
through dangerous tells the world that member of the
ing minority appropriations would seem to be "Jesus Teaches In
and high
valleys all of Ethiopia now committee, explained the measure "
the Temple No individual, city, or
Arthur Brisbane mountains, driving belongs to Italy, to be to his colleagues as that they could nation can truly build for the future

out the Ethiopian treated as a colony conduct an "intelligent opposition" tc
that disregards what the Bible
vrmles, that were directed by skilled Y and defended by force says INSECTSON
\ i it He promised a reat'fight on the about the future.
Xldiers from Turkey Scandinavia and 7an.
Isewhere. ..."'f.- of arms If 'ne essary. bill. When Hopkins was before the I. Jesus Warns Against the Scribes FLOWERS FRUITS
He toned this down committee in secret session, he wasordered
VEGETABLES
Benito (vv 45-47). & SHRUBS .:61'
just a little by giving
detailed Information
to give
He had just dealt with the disbelief Demand
original sealed
Those impressed by the high qualities Mussolini the French ambassador -
the
concerning his expenditure of four
bottle from
of the Sadducees. The scribes claimed your dealer
of Ethiopia's Arab slave-trading assurance that he would not Infringe billions deeded him by congress last
faith, for they were the teachers of the 36yyIOC
ruler will note that in the great crisis on French and British interests year. Hopkins reluctantly admitted
law. punctiliously
They were exacting
his presence: of mind remained. The in East Africa, meaning the French that nearly two billions of the original .as to its literal observance. They;

Associated Press says he took'with railway from Djibouti to Addis Ababa
huge fund was still unexpended.
had little understanding of the need of
him on the British boat "the Imperial and the, British interests in the Lake Added to the extra one and a hale flexibility in applying its principles to 254

family jewels, many cases of gold bul- Tana headwaters of' the Blue Nile. II billions requested by President'' Roosevelt human needs. They discovered that

lion and gold coins" On, his way Duce Intimated that if France and Hopkins would have three and
Jesus was teaching things contrary to
from Addis Ababa to the British ship Britain would support his program l tie a half billions to spend In an election their .Interpretations. Jesus taught

he stopped to take all the cash from would give them full trade privilegesin It
out
year was pointed that the law was made for man and
,
the. treasury and customs house at Ethiopia and exclude all other na- BILIOUSNESSWOMEN
DIredawa. not man for the law. ,The scribes were
tions.
CALIFORNIA'S, Presidential ,Republican publicity seekers, making parade of
The League of Nations council was
>-1 preference primary, eagerly their wisdom. Sunday school teachers
In Florida, a well-meaning preacher, about to meet In Geneva and it was
awaited resultedin
'by the whole country, should earnestly pray that they may

who thought it his duty to let rattle- believed the antl-Fascist sentiment the defeat of the Landon slate oft serve as true messengers of Christ, not OF ALL AGES

snakes bite him to show, the power of among the French left parties that delegates that was put as scribes, with only a head-knowl
Mrs. J. H. Fais n of
God, actually did let the snakes bite have just come into power would Influence forward by William R. edge of biblical matters.II. 713 Eva St., Durham,

him without first removing their fangs. the French attitude there. The t Hearst and Governor N. C., said: "It was
a6if Jesus Makes Estimate of Gifts 4
He is dead, the jury said, "by the bite British, too, were said not to be recon Merriam, with Landon's (Luke 21:1-4). sleep impossible well and for I me was so to

of a rattlesnake through his own care- ciled to Mussolini's victory and it' was tacit consent weak most of the time
1. Amount counts for little (v. 1).
understood Eden that I wasn't able to doa
Foreign Secretary
lessness. The winning delegates, While the rich cast their gifts into the ;" thing. I would be
would Insist on continuance of the pen- v." troubled too with split
The fanatic succeeded only in backed by Herbert
poor treasury, and observers may have .
alties against the other ting headaches. I was
Italy provided
proving the power of rattlesnake poison Hoover and nominally noted that the clash and clatter of losing weight steadily, weighed but 95

The laws of the universe could leading nations agreed. Indeed, the ; pledged to Earl War their coin Indicated large giving, It is pounds. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
': and I felt
league could not well raise the sanctions helped to give me an appetite
,hardly be suspended to justify'the .* \ rrf ren though uninstructed not likely that these gifts meant per- just fine and was able to enjoy life once
whim of one well-meaning fanatic. if the European powers take the t. :w ; carried the state sonal sacrifice or self-denial. more. I gained in weight too." Buy cowlMALARIA
stand fall the United
assumed
last by
., M by a majority of about 2. Inner conditions determine the
States and refuse acquisition
to recognize - -
It makes a difference, even to the ,of territory by force.Mussolini's "TT Alf Ld. 90,000 Mr. Warren announced value of a gift (TV.- 2, 3). In the- sightof

No. '1 Public Enemy, "I'11-never-be-tak- at once that man the poor widow's deed was not
'
Africa is
In East
en-alive" bandit, which way the gun Is 'a humiliating success defeat, for-Gre'at. Britain, he released them from their pledge, tc worthy of notice. In the sight of GodIt

pointed Mr. Karpis Is"taken, much and a sad blow to the prestige of the vote as they' see fit In the convention. merited the immortality of the Bible : )

alive with This looked like a blow to' Governor record. The two-mite gift of the widow
no struggle, beyond holding of Anthony Eden told
League Nations.
a straw hat over his face to. baffle: pho Britain's Landon, and to a certain extent It revealed her love for God, else how ---
tile house of commons that
togaphers. was; but his managers claim at least could she spare her all? It revealedher
failure to take sanctions
military IS of the delegates will go over to the faith In God for tomorrow, for how
"due to the horror
against Italy was
Kansan on an early ballot Moreover. else the be
would fed? It revealedher
Much efficiency in cash rewards; of war and not to fear,of the ultimate USED
many friends of Landon deprecatedthe humility, for she did not with-
defied all the "G-men" "
Dillinger ; a reward outcome The Laborltes enraged Eden
fact that Hearst was supportinghim hold her gift because it was so little.
was offered, and a red-haired by their attacks and he refused to dis-
believing it would do him more indeed
\ Verse 4 is revealing as to
lady delivered him to the "G-men" bul- close what the government'spollcy at
harm than good ; and they were gladto Christ's Interpretation of the deeper
lets, and got $5,000. be demanding freehand
Geneva might a ,
see him freed in part from what
meaning of gifts, for that and the
I Whether the $7,000 reward offered to deal with circumstances as
they consider an incubus.: present age.
for Karpis tempted some friend of they might arise. Democrats voted 'almost solidly for -
III. Jesus Prophesies His Returnvv.
that courageous one remains to be One result Jo: Washington of the Mr. Roosevelt Upton ("Epic") Sinclair's ( 5-33).
seen. taking: of Addis Ababa was severe
criticism of the State department' for ticket received something over 1. The temple to be destroyed (vv.

KMi.OdO( ) ) votes, und that of John S. Mc- 5 The the and To instantly relieve
; 6)) temple was pride \ pain stop nag
having so wretchedly protected u legation
The criminal is,In business for
mon- had Groarty, Townsend plan supporter, boast,of the proud Jew. Such boasting ging shoe pressure and quickly;
there Minister Engert only a
ey, and when he can sell a friend for about half as many. called forth the Lord's declaration that safely loosen and remove corns or

$5,000, that seems preferable to risk- few weapons and the building Edith was In South Dakota a slate of uninstructed "there shall not be left one stone upon callouses-use New De Ltaa Dr.Scholl's .

his life. The reward open to attack. Representative Zino-pads. These soothing;
ing own system delegates favoring Landon "
another that had its fulfillment
Nourse Rogers of Massachusetts intro a fact healing,cushioning pads prevent sore toes
should be extended. ; won over a ticket pledged to Senator A. D. 70, when Titus destroyed and blisters. Flesh color; waterproof.At
duced a resolution calling on Secretary Borah, though the margin was slender. Jerusalem. ell drug;shoe and department etorca.
Hull for information as to measures
The Carnegie Institute announces a taken for protection of the legation 2. The disciples' inquiry (v. 7). 1

"new law of matter" having to,do with staff. HENRY P. FLETCHER, Republican There can be no surprise that the dis-

the "cohesion of Infinitesimal particlesof chairman, has taken ,a ciples should ask for more information

matter within the atom." HAILE SELASSIE of leaf from the plans of the Democrats about future events. A correspondingverse 0 e I ,

If It were not for that law, accord- EMPEROR ,the hopeless fight and announces that the men nominated in Matthew (24:3) should be
gave up
Ing to scientists, "the universe would against the Italian Invaders and fled at the Cleveland convention to head considered. WNU-7 21-38

consist of nothing but light hydrogen from Atfdls Ababa with his family. the Republican ticket will be notified 3. An order of events was presented -

gas." That should Interest politicians Mussolini's victorious of the fact at a grand outdoor cere- to them (vv 8-24). Perhaps

who, after the big conventions, troops soon after mony in the Municipal stadium, near one would not so much say an order, No Need to Suffer"tMorningSickness" .

will live, until November, in a universe marched Into the cap the convention hall, Immediately after as that he pointed out details on the ,J
the adjournment. This plan, of course,
consisting of something lighter than of the future.
Ital I, the first to enter great canvas
"light hydrogen gas." is conditional upon the wishes of the a. False Christs would appear (v.
being a picked regiment
nominees. The Democrats had previously "l\Iorninrr sickness"-is caused by an
representing all 'announced plans to notify Pres- 8), some claiming to be the Messiahin acid condition. To avoid it, acid must be

England's new king, Edward the units of the his first appearing, and some In offset by alkalis-such as magnesia.
Roosevelt' and Vice President
,Eighth, Is said to be. engaged to marry army, the ident his reappearing. These make their appeal -
Garner of their re-nomination with a Why Physicians Recommend
the Princess Alexandrine Louise of fantry, to such as are not rooted and ,

Denmark, twenty-one years old, the force, marineslcJi ceremony at Franklin field Philadel- grounded In the faith. "Go ye not Milnesia WafersThese

English king's third cousin. adiers, bersa phia. after them." mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are

b. Inevitable wars and commotions milk of magnesia in solid form-
The uncle of the young lady says he plnl, cavalry, pure
_;,0-. ,-..,:---" ARTHUR H. VANDEN- the the to take it. Each
and her father know nothing, of it. and Fascist- milltlamen SENATOR (vv. 9, 10) will embroil nations."Commotions" ,most pleasant way
Michigan has asked
Gov.
wafer is approximately equal to a full adult
Haile Selassie
tumults in
Nevertheless It signifies ; the
Is difficult to belie'ethat Frank D. Fitzgerald of that state to dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
King Edward will remain bache- Their welcomed the absence of war, wrangling within national -
a coming was by present his name to the Republican thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
lor, whether he marries this charming foreigners who remained In the city, convention._ in. uieve life, or between nations. The acidity in the mouth and throughout the

young princess or some other, possibly for us soon as the negus left, the na- land for the Presidential restful follower of Christ is to "be not digestive system and insure quick, com-

a good healthy young Scotch girl, tives began to pillage, plunder and nomination, but terrified.. plete elimination of the waste matters that

if one available could be found.. burn. The business center of the senator Insists c. Violent persecutions were foretold cause gas,headaches,bloated feelings anda
the
town was speedily wrecked and the make (vv. 12-19). The believer of today dozen other discomforts.
this does not
Milnesia Wafers in bottles of 20 and'
should absorb the meaning and teach- come
Dr. Walter Emerson government buildings were stormed
Briggs, who him active candl
an 48 35c and 60c and in
at respectively
,
of this marvelous of ,
ing passage Scrip
teaches and .
dentistry In Tufts college, says ravaged, these Including the treas- date. convenient tins for your handbag containing

,"women can take any kind ot pain ury from which the state's store of "The Michigan state ture. "Settle' It In your heftrts" that 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximatelyone

without a whimper." gold was stolen and the The Christ will be to his own even as to
armory. convention generously adult dose of milk of magnesia. AU

Women endure pain more streets were strewn with corpses and instructed the Mlchl the tempest-tossed disciples on Galilee, good drug stores sell and recommend them..
. courageously c when he said "Peace, be still." And In'this
<
than men. Childbirth has taught the Ethiopians, crazed by liquor, gan delegation I In Start using these delicious, effective
connection he spoke the words of
them to suffer and endure in isolation. rushed about shooting at random and. Cleveland to present! anti-acidSentiy laxative wafers today

Man shows his heroism, preferably in gathering up their loot' to carry It to my name," the senator Senator sess the golden text souls., "In" your patience, pos- Professional samples sent free to registered

crowds, in squadrons, platoons; often the hills.WITH. said. ,"But the dele a- ye your physicians or dentists if request is madeon
Vandenbergmy IV. Appropriate Warnings (vv. 34-
he would not do that If it did not lion is unpled cd-at professional letterhead.Select Product,. .

take more courage to stay behind alone : the Introduction or the un request It is free to vote as It 30). Inc.. 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y.,

than to go ahead with the others. relief bill calling for pleases. 1 have not sought a delegationhere The grosser sins may not ensnare ,
the believer, but how subtle are the 35c & 60cbottles
appropriation of a billion and I shall
Women's is the a half or elsewhere and not do
courageous sex, man of this life. But the
dollars, a lively tight started In the the, nomination cares upon
is the other kind and might ns well so. 1 have not sought
,j drunken the obscene the frivolous
,
admit it, house.' The Republicans and a fair and shall not do so. My situation Is .
sized bloc of Democrats and upon the follower of Christ alike 20c tins
The attacked the not changed In the slightest"Friends
only certain immortality is shall trials and perplexities
rep-
come.
measure chiefly because the entire big of Senator Borah In Utah
,resented by our children left behind to Watch therefore, always al-
ye ; pray
work sum was to be turned over to Harry tried unsuccessfully: for a Borah
on this earth. It must be of the
shall child of God
Only so
ways. ,
Interest to Hopkins, WPA administrator In accordance pledged delegation from that state The t4
great throne and provide child to filla with the wishes of President Republican state convention In OgUen be ready ("worthy") to escape, and to Ml of Ma

rule the world's greatest: stand before the Son of God. Penedictlon 'q T CPCNIGT ANTI YC
empire-whether UoosevelL The Chief Executive had voted to send an uninstructed group to
or net it l Eats.
is "those who
I C King Features Syndicate.'lac. refused to countenance' the earmarking Cleveland, following the recommendation pronounced" upon

WNU Service. of $400.000.000 for projects of the I of the resolutions committee. love his appearing. The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1936 -,- -- .

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; ;I I POULTRY Foreign Words In Idleness: ji I
* The Gopher State | j j i
and PhrasesAd --- I
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". ','"" .. -' ''''N'' .wt.t" N IDLKNKSS i'
alone ts !
there
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r ,, -t.:::; >>:: J ,& captandum vulgus. (L.) To perpetual. despair," declared !
\i 1 F&.c:1's1BRICKBAT catch the crowd. Carlyle who knew well what depression II

Anno urbls condltae (A. U. C.). and melancholy were,

.: (L.:)) In such or such! a) year (reckoned but met them by hard work. The i r I

.- -. f.'s,':'";j ,t'<'tL-,.'. ',> THROUGH ) from the founding of, the city more intensely; we throw ourselves j

> (i. e., Rome). into each day's labors the J

a :: WINDOW IS NEEDED Bete noire. (F.) Black. beast ; object more we escape from .discourage-1 II

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:rr,... '.;;, of abhorrence. ment and temptation Work is I
W'I:;' C'est a dire. (F.) That Is to ;
', Would Solve Most Problems say the sheet anchor of the soul, and
Dleu et mon droit. (F.) God and
the higher work becomes,_ the
in Poultry Housing. my' right.. higher its satisfaction. Work
Eureka;: (Gr.) 1 have found 11 (exclamation -

I By W. A. Foster Agriiuture Department attributed to Archimedes). even for ourselves helps us out
University Illinois.-WNU Service. Fait accompli. (F.) An accomplished Oppression! ; work (for others

Bad as poultry housing conditionsare 'fact ; .a thing already done. brings joyS\;\ work for God lifts

'a brick-bat through the windowIs Infra dignitatem. (L.) Beneathone's us into the most enduring happiness -

all ,. that .Is needed to solve the dignity.Les of all.

trouble in some cases. However, even tall nls. (L.) Law of retaliation. I
the 'brlek bat will not work If It i .
A Minnesota Idea of, a Bridge Approach. cure .
;, does: not :break out enough glass to ,let:

Society. For thing the status of the na In the minimum need of fresh air he
Prepared by the National Coos"aphlc one ,
Washington D. C.-WNU Service.M1i'NE80TA live animals was drastically changed.In said. Temperature of'the Moon BILIOUS SPELLS

is unique among the yellow triangle, marvelously fertile Some poultry houses are so bad that Estimated at 243 Below "In bilious spells, one of the first
' in its drainage ,things to do' is to take a dose of
fresh air filters in through the ,
only
for wheat, the buffalo, antelope, Visitors to the moon would find it relieve
to Black-Draught to the attending
sends waters -
and coyote were agricultural impos cracks, while in other houses all the pretty cold up there: the Royal Astronomical constipation.

three widely separated Gulf seas of: sibilities. The first two were exterminated fresh air that ever: gets in is what ,society of Canada reports. Mr. T. L. Austin, of,McAdenville, t
through the Mississippi to the
; the remnants of the coyote tribe i comes through the door when the Measured' by thermometers used In 'N. C.,. tells of having used Black-
Mexico, through the fled river and Its retreated to the green triangle, altered operator enters or leaves Too much this earth, the society estimates.-the: : 'Draught for, a long time. "There isa
tributaries to Hudson bay ; and throughthe fresh air, makes a cold, drafty house, box full on mantel he
their habits to suit a woods environment temperature on the moon lIps as low my now,
Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence and became "brush wolves." and too little air movement causes a as 243 degrees below zero. writes. "I take it for biliousness. If' I

h the Atlantic. And no other state foul smelling, stuffy, soggy house. -- .. I did not take it, the dullness and
I' ;. has as many lakes within its borders. Th: deer, whose natural home was Neither condition Is' favorable to healthor To' keep clean and healthy lake Dr. headache would put me out of busi-

. There are more than '10.000 of them. the, diagonal woods barrier, also re- good production.The Jerce'. Pleasant Pellets They regulate ness. It is the' quickest medicine to ,
. >1'-: treated Into the green triangle. The egg liver, bowels and stomach.:-Adv, relieve me'."
The of the state reveals that front house with intel
map open ,
is
lumberjack, by hewing down= the greater Black-Draught purely vegetable. It U
Minnesota is cut into two vast triangles ligent control, takes care of most Purpose of Freckles one of the most economical laxatives. Sold
part of the pine there, did the deera in 25-cent packages containing 25 doses.
by a diagonal line running from weather conditions In Illinois. Along'
Freckles '
from
favor, for the hirch and aspen that keep a boy gettingfoolish : BLACKDRAUGHTThis.
the northeast corner (where the Red roll) curtain of muslin or burlap will about his beauty
supplanted it made a home to their
river flows out northward) down to prevent drafts and still allow fresh
liking ; In fact In it they thrive and
". the southeast corner (where' the Mississippi air to filter 'In. This curtain rolledon

flows out southward). Imagine multiply. a rug pole or clothes line prop tory will interest ':
t the upper triangle painted green" and ;Though 'one would not slight the may be rolled up or down' and suspended !- .

r' ',the lower one painted yellow, and presto luscious meadows, vast potato fields,' in any size opening by a pairof

j you have the state roughly divided and other agricluture of the green triangle light ropes 'at each end. 'The fabric Men and Women

: into its natural forest and prairie parts. it has in general been rebel must be cleaned frequently to remove many

iY;:: The green triangle, before the lum lious in the farmer's hands and so the dust'so the air can filter through. \

bermen came, was in general a huge remains essentially a forest and game Another method of closing the open long ago I was like some friends I

pine forest, and begins to be so again. refuge to this day. front is to make a set of frames similar NOT low in spirits..run-down..out of

j The yellow triangle, before the farmer True, the trapper and sportsman to screen frames to fit the open- sorts .tired easily and looked terrible. I knew ,;;; .

.' came, was a grassland "like the billows have drastically diminished the numbers Ing, cover them with muslin and hinge I had no serious organic trouble so I reasoned

:: of a great sea, majestic and lim of its natural citizens, such as them at the top like a cellar sash. sensibly. ..as my experience has since proven... 3" J!"'

itless" ; now it Is fields with '''wind- the timber wolf, otter,. fisher, and lynx. While the muslin will clog with dust, that work, worry, colds and,whatnot had just : : '

breaks of planted'trees to shelter the But the beaver still builds his dams these sashes are convenient and easily worn me down. j
confidence mother has had in <"
-, red barns and white farmhouses. there; the black bear may be spied, closed where necessary. Completely The always
S.S.S. Tonic .which is still her stand-by when
with his when the fish closing the open front with glass or
fishing
.< The diagonal )line that divides these paws she feels run-down..convinced me I ought to
t .{' triangles has Its significance, too It run In the streams ; the, porcupine In other material through which the air try this Treatment..I started a course..thecolor >" y

I i ,'' marks the chief trade route through large numbers yet gnaws the jack pine cannot pass causes a foul conditionin began to come back to my skin. .I felt 'ry z ';

I, the state and also a wandering barrier bark, and travels a path which, wind the house. When sub-normal temperatures better. I no longer tired easily and soon I 1 ?

'. of deciduous woods, now carved up ing through the snowy groves, looksas are predicted, there is a 'felt that those red-blood-cells were back to so- "Yes, I have comeback

to make way for farms and cities, neat and regular as if some one strong temptation to close the houseto called fighting strength..it is great to feel to where I feel

which everywhere separates the pine- had rolled a heavy truck 'tire there. keep It warm. This usually resultsin strong again and like my old self. cs.s.s.Co. like_myself again.'!

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moisture which Increases from dayto "
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And the'snowshoe rabbit whose favor- -
lands
from the prairies. !to"
ite diet is the pine seedlings set out day and makes the house damp and 't' I ,
Broader toward the South where Itt .S"51 :"
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&rG.UitLes. /reip/j/e-rJ1i-"s/p' 7ii'I
attaches to the deciduous woods ofV by government foresters, travels the cold.' .. .,.J... .. .'-. ...." .L .- ...."' ....; ...,... S;.. .. '
Wisconsin, it dwindles to a thin scat winter drifts on his padded legs.

tering of stunted trees toward the The American elk, or wapiti Is extinct Only Few Poor Birds

north-the final outpost of the hard in Minnesota. The caribou is
Affect Crate Prices
wood forest of eastern America.As almost so'; a herd is sometimes seen

the ends of this diagonal mark In the remote' fastnesses of the great Poultry commission merchants in ;

the low exits of the state's two principal swamp of Beltrami county, north of Chicago are 'calling attention of ship t = :: f'

rivers: the outer corners of the Red lake. But the moose, in the Arrowhead pers to the Importance of shipping \,

r'i': two triangles mark the state's highest country, survives in fair num only good quality birds to market., If

,'" ground. At ''the outer corner of the bers. a crate of chickens contains a few
birds of'poor quality, the price of
yellow triangle the plateau known as Canoe travelers often see the noble
the whole crate will be affected and
Coteau des Prairies dividing -- .
just crosses =
monster at lunch In some lake, his -
will be1' ,considerably lower than it
the Missouri from the Mississippi -
body submerged for protection againstthe
would be If all the birds were of uniformly I ',,,, .
basins with its Immense gradual flies, his lips curling around the s? ;;s ;
'" ,- swell. In'the outer of the good oualitv.
corner green water lily shoots that make a dainty
.' the "Arrowhead When dressed poultry is shipped it .
< triangle Country"above hot-weather salad for this giant among -
'i is important that It be dressed in good 114 I
;; Lake Superior, are the Sawteeth American mammals. But he Is wiselya
i.. mountains and the Misquah hills, rocky, shy animal. shape, for feathery, over-scalded, ,
,' choked in forest. bruised or discolored poultry will bring '; "
Lots of Good Fishing. a poor price even though it may have t ; rJdttl" :

Climate Is "Continental." Fish and fowl likewise have had to been well fattened. It is importantthat / JJ

The climate of this pair of triangles adjust themselves to their new neigh dressed poultry be thoroughly ',

is a grief to those who resent sur bor, the white man. cooled before being packed for ship 'J1

i prises. It is "continental" in the most A game-fish paradise has a way of ment. It should not, however, be

:. emphatic sense. Temperatures rangein retreating when the sportsman 'finds chilled or frozen. 11 11i ;\1

a mild year through IliO degrees; it. Thus th" greedy now must go to Thin poultry, either live ,or dressed, y

in a year with a real wallop to it, as the border lakes to catch a boatloadof should be kept at home. Rememberin
'1\
>. high as 163. In consequence, the native pike in an afternoon., But this does loading poultry for shipment that ,

of outdoor habits must maintaina not'mean that there is not famous fish appearance is a large factor in selling.

wardrobe, that includes everything ing elsewhere.The Therefore, have the birds uniformly d

.. from the shortest of swimming shorts muskellunge of such lakes "s graded, keep the good birds together, :..",

j A, to the longest of long woolens. Mantrap, or the fighting small-mouth and keep the poor birds at home to rij"f .::}

.' Lake Superior, It is true, tends to lass of White Earth, and the many sell on some local market where they INVENTED THIS ;rltY
the winds of the the of all the MOTORISTS "
temper region aroundit other fish, of a thousand 'waters, make will not discount price
but not to the shorn lamb no, no. rest of shipment.As i
; your
tall fish stories annually, which, in j
Thanks to the of that the commission men do "FIRST TEST' !
proximity deep spite of the low repute of fish stories, a rule, QUART"
reservoir of pure Icewater, a grouchy are essentially true. Certainly they the best they can to get good pricesfor '''' I II
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visitor has been heard to complain your'poultry, but they .ask for your {I
reflect justly the fun that ancient Thousands of motorists made this discov- : :
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',/ that the coldest winter he ever spent co-operation In order that they may .
\' sport provides. for themselves: When they refilled the '. ,
: :., was one summer in Duluth be able to ''get these prices. cry r,1'
And the Minnesota citizen almost crankcase of their with Quaker State ; I
.: cars
:: Nor :
; are, the blessings of ample rain rr -,
anywhere may go out after supper 1 oil, they went farther before they had to l
fall to be for
,
:. ;: taken granted. Of late
and hook a black bass or a mess of Cull NonProducersLow '
This test that '
( ;: years the yellow triangle, commonly add a quart. simple proves ,
crappies, or, In not more than a day's producing birds generally are %rr9 But it :.,,',
State stands longer.
; .; less rainy and much less snowy than 1 Quaker ,up ; t
<;. the green, has involuntarily tried the drive, reach lakes in whose 200-foot kept -at a loss rather than a profit, so proves even more. .because the oil that .', '
depths the noble lake trout can be It Is to cull out these birds ,
'':'., experiment of getting along with next Important stands up is giving your motor the best ;
caught on lines of spun Monel wire. and soon as they
;: a to no moisture at all. In fact, Minnesota the non-producers as lubrication.: Try the Quaker State "First ::,'
Of the original game-bird Inhabi- be identified. The pullets whichare .
; '. has weather to please all tastes, can '= Quart" Test yourself. See if you,too, don't : ;
.4 tants of the state only the grouse can to become the high producers startto '
In strong doses which, as a rule, stimulate i farther than ever did before under ';f'I
now be called abundant, and its abun- lay early. These may be banded go you :
: rather than kill dance wanes and waxes in cycles. and should constitute the breeding flock similar driving conditions. 'Quaker State : "

The Nineteenth century marked an This ruffed grouse is the characteristicbird when pullets are used for breeders. Refining Company, Oil City, Pa. .' ".
Immense change In Minnesota The
of the green triangle. Tame, Late maturing birds, not In production, 'I"I"'Oil
white man arrived in numbers to establish Retail Price. 35$ per Quart ,i
himself In a country where It richly speckled and ruffed, it providesa should be dressed for market. Duringthe f!
voice for the wilderness in the accelerating year, there will be individuals that .
was easier to make a living than in the ..
thud of Its wings drummingon will go out of production ,from tlmj to "9ctiz'-cL4tce of&p1I 't
one he had come from. This was nota .
some hollow log, a mysterious music time. They should be dressed for mar '
very noble purpose In one way, and that the forest muffles as if to hold ket, in order to reduce feed costs. ,' :
, it led to many injustices to the exJst-'

::1J- A ing Inhabitants, both men and animals. secret.
V)( Yet the annals of the pioneer invasion !I Thanks to Ill-considered dra'inageand Monument to HenIn dl9lJ1taoe PIMPLES BLACKHEADS
,
the advance of the farmer
reveal, too, a deep longing in the Little Compton, R. I., there is a

those people for the good life, for they wild duck's breeding grounds In Min monument to the Rhode Island Red, ECZEMAnA5HE5 ITCHING BURNING' :,
nesota are largely lost to It the black
were certainly ready to undergo dis- ; the first and only monument erectedto f
comforts that were sordid and hard V's of Its spring flight go for the most a hen. The inscription on the tab- couteA ;{

ships that were killing in their high part beyond the border Into Canada. let reads : "To commemorate the birth Don't go another day v without trying the Cuticura ,':,;
Nor has the chicken been
hopes for the future In a new land. prairie very place of the Rhode Island Red breed of aid to skin beauty. In a week you'll see a change. ...
clever in adapting Itself to life on the And the continue be amazed. t';
Its Animal Population. fowl which originated near this locatlon. qs treatments you'll
farm and as a target. Red fowls were bred exten- The mildly medicated Qualities of Cuticura Soap, plus the :..
;;:: ', There was much to be done, for the But the Introduction of a partly soothing, correcting action of Cuticura Ointment ..;
sively by the farmers of this district is the secret. '
white man always Insists or. :filtering parasitic bird, the ring-necked pheasant : -
and later named Rhode Island Reds Buy now I Soap fGe. Ointment *\ .
nature to suit his own views. But en- which does not scruple to' help into 25c. Sample each FREE. Address i.;;..
and brought national prominenceby
"Cuticura," Dept. 6, Maiden, glass ,: I
the characteristic of the ; I I'
ergy was age. Itself to the farmer's corn to pay for the poultry fanciers.: This tablet Is I

With rifle, ax, and plow and later with serving as his autumn target, has placed by the Rhode Island Red Club." OINTMENTAND y '

money, miracles were wrought. proved a huge success. I CUTIEUHA SOApMh..v "MA' .



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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1030r
NEWS
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SOX BOllX this week at the TT. S.::: TT'ncrlThe -
next few
to arrive within the birth of
I neer sub-office here of the
I SYMBOL ANI). SUBSTANCE Northwest with seventy- .
It is 'a Gilbert R.
days. a son to Mr. ,and Mrs.
News
Clewiston yard bucket. A unique announcement was re-
and two
imposedby five foot. boom I Field in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Field
Objections to the penalty I was formerly connected with the U.

local authorities in Michigan on JUKS.: OGLESBY SUSTAINS .TALK! S. Engineer office here and is now
Friday in Clewiston used American flagto IN FALL' VERY PLAIN
Published every NEWS, a" man who an his hands are BROKEN ARM \working in the St. Louis District of-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON wipe grease from For the -- BYStafford fice. The young chap has been named -
Inc. not likely to be numerous. of Mrs. H. J. Oglesby is recuperating Wflliam Floyd. .
is, after all, something broken arm' sustained '
penalty from a :
nicely Caldwell original
is most
for thir- The announcement
morning
a privilege. Each Saturday when she fell while play- "
the and has been posted on the 'bul-
salute
to
Editor the offender is lawn with her children. r' '
Bowden, ty days the
ing on
Keathley: flag on the local police station. CANDIDATE FOR letin board In the drafting room.

The incident is meaningful, how-individual Governor of Florida .
ever, not only for ,a thoughtless GreenhousesOn ;
Entered as second class mail mat but also for all thoughtful the south coast ot England, I

ter February 1, 1927, at the- Post defenders of the flag. Here was a growing fruit and vegetables under I have come and,
Clewiston, Florida, under didn't know he was doing a great Industry; out boldly FOR
Office in man who glass has become strongly as fav-
the Act of March 3, 1897. wrong he so casually handled the there are about 44 mUea ,of greenhouses oring the Flor- COLINT Il
symbol of his country. "It seemed in t"e' Worthing district, Inwhich ida RecoveryAct. ENGLISH
used for the purposebefore" peaciws, tomatoes, important -
"-L to have been are ,figs, This
Subscription rate, ?2.00 per year. he explained. But shoulda beans cucumbers. pt/,_ V'r x AY 2 Act, in the for

Advertising rates 'on application. man have to know that it is wrongto interest of the State Superintendent '

so use the flag? Shouldn't he feel Egyptians Fond of Cats whole people of of Public Instruction

it? Had he learned fully to appre- Nobody knows for certain Just when Florida, was killed -

Devoted to the advancement and ciate his country and to understandthe the: cat began sitting by the tire and in the Senate\

of Clewiston and Hendry too-casually-accepted privilegesit blinking at the spark as they, flew last year.
welfare ,
County. .. bestows could a citizen show disrespect upward hut It is believed that th( As a native I ,
for its flag? Along with the old Egyptians were the first to catch I-- ---- -' Floridian, born

,salute might well go for 'a few lessons and tame tats. and finally to domes and brought up I

the political ideals and institutions amongst you, I cannot believe that
Don't forget ,to attend in the history, thnte t them.TOkNSEUOTES'
spirit as wellas the thinking people of Florida are .5
night. America the
Friday of I'
next
I ;
rally willing that Money Powers ,should be
of patriotism.Even -
the letter ,
and
secondset permitted to control our politics
must file their so it appears the penalty inl I
Candidates I defeat the 'wishes of the people.
before Sunday. the offender in this case :
of expense papers imposed on Florida. I
will accomplish some good. At any \IoI1 The Florida Recovery Act Is altogether -
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im- J
it or not of'saluting will : ,
And whether you believe rate, thirty days in the interests of the whole '
Florida couple that was press on his mind the fact that other //n people. It was designed to protect
it was a '
the ideal married pair. people hold the flag in high resp our Florida home merchants with ]II \
chosen as And the offender reported. as ct.1 $ d their 70,000 employees and their I j' '"We Need ENGLISH In

forming his duty willingly.But .. I families, against the 'growing inroads !' Our Schools" !
Speaking of "filthy lucre" how more than an impression of '\ 1 of the National Chain Store,: A Native of Florida
Beach man who < '' hundreds of mil- j ;
Miami Experienced
about that other people's respect for the flagis IJ Trained.
the garbage can. GooSE -[ ,; Capable. :
in .
true .
$1,450 of
threw ,
necessary to the making ''-. ,, ] limate aim is to control the whole i I,
to symbolcan f,;.. l told local friends)
in patriots. Paying honor a 'V 1 retail business of Florida and turn for by
The most common question be more idolatory unless the '\; J' over its profits to non-resident 'millionaires i .
Florida today by those reading sample substance behind it is likewise hon- \ to support extravagant ': -

ballots: Who is this fellow Cout- ored. Defenders of the symbol may \ :ntt'ate.On ing and bloated incomes which liV-\\

remarsh? demand outward respect for it, but i con Floridian 'can ever hope to enjoy.Because .

only through their vigorous efforts W. CARTERi I have come out boldly Rally 'Round
American Legion staged a political they can make that respect genuine] JERRY and fearlessly in favor of ,this Act

rally at Pahokee this week. Just to keep the substance intact. The I i True Blue Proven I II to protect our people against Capi- William C.. Hodges"Homestead
be vilified,
to For talistic Monopoly I may
men to try dependable a jus- Friend
like those ex-service. flag must mean so denounced and assailed editoriallyby
start a scrap. tice for all, regardless of wealth or I GOVERNOR such newspapers in our State as i Bill"

position, such an equality of oppor- are controlled secretly or otherwise

Local merchants would do well to tunity, such an obvious freedom of I Organizer and President by machine politicians. and Organized -" CANDIDATE FOR

remember that June not only brings thought and expression, that no man t Townsend Club, No.1, Capital which spends millions of

two primary elections but also the can look on it without feeling a positive Tallahassee dollars yearly in Newspaper Adver GOVERNORHodees

soldier's bonus and that this paper desire to honor it and defendit tising. \

has plenty of room to advertise what for the substance it symbolizes.- I (From Miami Herald away) fromCarter What are you going to do aboutit
have to offer for sale. Christian Science Monitor. Seasoned Meetings observers absolutely come amazedat ? Are you in favor of clean, honest
you the reception he baa had. Government or are you ,in favor of
letting the Money Power back of the
JUDGES PASS ON break- r'
CIRCUIT everywhere Is 2&
hear about Jerry Carter Chain Store System control
National
stories we atpolitical
the attendance
From CO for
SALE OF SECURITY ing all records I
the construction work on the new meetings w lour politics, influence our legislature -: ,

construction Road 26, members crew will of vote the for Spadaro Jerry Tallahassee, May 20, (Special in Dade).-- NOTE: See Personal tjv>m Dr.Letter F. ofAppreciation E, I tually and run: our things newspapers as they please and even-? ,', Riiuri

offera Two circuit judges elected The independent newspapers of
he'll
if Carter.
Jerry
for Governor to
Carter Townsend 1
for water moccasins in- county passed approval on the re Make Every Vole Count I our State who know their local' merchants r :
bounty organization sale of the Dade Security Townsendite and want to help them should
Carter Is a I
stead of rattlesnakes.We Company, State Comptroller J Jerry First, Last and All the Time : favor my election.. They should be on
M. Lee told an enthusiastic crowdin Paid P.Htlo t AdveitUomnil) ; the side of Right against Wrong, on %%l r9yF
hear a great deal of complaint night .- -- -- the side of Government for the people -
Wednesday
the city park ::=
on the part of some growers that Pointing out that the court record -..----__ ,t instead of government by Monopolistic H_ _-'
.there is not sufficient labor avail- Control. If you are onside me N z.Y.r N '
able to harvest their crops. That is bears witness that Judge Trammell NORGE REFRIGERATORS of protecting the home merchants -
doubt true and nobody's fault I swore he signed the order shortly PHILCO' RADIOS of Florida and their 70,000

no that the labor was not after dinner; a week or ten days after and Home Furnishings employees I solicit your active sup-
particularly Furniture
wishedit the matter had been laid before port. yr
hand exactly when they
on FurnishingsInc.
forconsideration him. Household STAFFORD CALDWEL / cy b
plenty of room
but it gives
Paid Political Adv)
(
to the Governor
of a co-operative sys- Without referring

tem of labor distribution which by name, the, Comptroller pointedout FLORIDA,
GLADE,
the $59,000 of his notes BELLE
would put the small grower on a that'
the liquidator of the Vo-, -
par with the large ones for securing traded: by
labor. Organization in a businesslikemanner usia County Bank for $55,000 of

would do great things for Sanford bonds were unsecured notes : !
the small Everglades farmers and we with $60,000 in unpaid judgments FOR SALE ; ;rzHu FLORIDA &%ii

believe that someday they'll awakento ahead of them. He also stated that
still holds $50,000 of Mahogany Dining Suite consist-
he liquidator I
that realization. table, buffet and because he stands so I
the bonds and the other $5,000 were ing of dining far ahead has been
THE RACE FOR FLORIDASENATOR sold at "the full cash value." Listing four chairs.

\ four bank buildings, in Chipley, Daytona Inquire at U. S. Engineer ware- viciously slanderedby

New Smyrna and Orlando sold house, Clewiston, or Capt.. R. the usual age-old

Whoever else may get into the to banking institutions in each town Selee.A ,, R t9 sickening dirt spreadby

race for U.' S. Senator to fill the va- and eight spittoons sold to Ed Ballat the professional

cancy caused by the death of Park $5 each, the Comptroller said he II I politician and because -

Trainmell, there are already three knew of no other transactions, be- I ni

men lined up who promise a race tween his liquidators'; and duPont., ,............................................................................................ I
: I for the
that will be a race, sure enough interests. Hodges lead the fight "
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Former Gov. Carlton' ; although crit- Lee told his hearers he had per l \ basses of the people

icized severely as a governor, as fallsto mitted the staff correspondent of the to get taxes off their

the lot of all, has seemed to growin Miami Tribune to make a complete Good FarmLand I homes and to kill the

favor as the years roll on. Since nvestigati n. of bank liquidations in sales tax. The "big

his retirement he has: increased his Dade, Volusia, Hillsborough and oth- I interests" don't want

popularity by numerous* percent. er counties and that after a two I

Then there is Claude Pepper, who veeks'. probe the correspondent had Hodges because he stands'
Senator Trammell the race of; for old age
openly
gave written in his paper advising Pace it I
his entire career in the last electionand was possible he "has been; led astrayin Rent I and mothers' pensions -
for
was defeated by only a few thou- preparation of some of his cam- and because
sand votes, despite the popular be- depth bombs". Stop at th&jiotelpotciela
paign
lief that Ybor City in Tampa, pro- I Hodges' fight for the tax, free

vided a sufficient number of "extra" .> homes made these

ballots to throw the election. Pepper Spadaro Is Tearing Out .d IIIIII I "special interests"

won a host of friends in that con- --.. shoulder their proper

test who still hope to see the young ]Lock No. 1 Structure II III 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll I part of the tax bur-

man from Tallahassee have his shot den. If the voters
at the big time. I I Outside Rooms With I
Haven Democrat) Trespassers recognize
Moore'
notwithstandingthe (
And Gov. Sholtz, Private Bath
fact that he is being made to The: sound of a drill boring into I Will Be I service to the

bear the brunt of all attacks againstthe the concrete walls shortly after noon, 1\\ COOL, CLEAN QUIET I Iodgest.past, average citizen by
of
the yesterday heralded the beginning
administration by
present ProsecutedThe 1 rallying
I to his ban-
outs who are trying to get in, is not the end for the Lock No. 1 structure J Overlooking Biscayne Bay
to be discounted as a candidate for here and in the next day or two potshots ner, this leader of
senator on that account. Say what of dynamite will be set off to I \ Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and the masses, known
work of razing the Business Section. for his
you please of his controlling the legislature complete the "past performances -
\ by two jobbing the members, structure. The first drilling and dy- insteadof
namiting will be done in the east RATES '
I building up more bureaus and commissions "political plat-
and piling up additional un- wall of the lock chamber. The west form promises" can
wall will remain in place, being off Single
necessary taxes, etc., the people can- $1.50 win in the first pri-
not laugh off the fact that it was the government rightofway.Seven i iI 1
Gov. Sholtz who took his trusty shil- men were assigned to the I $2.50 Double mary.

project Wednesday by the employ- ClewistonCompanY Yourself Your Family, Your
lelah to Washington time and again Help ,
during these past three years and metn office of Clewiston and more I \ Special Family, Weekly & I Home, Your Schools by Helping;
beat a hole in the relief strong 'box will be added as the work progresses. Monthly Rates
Bruce Johnson is superintending \ IODGES--The! poor man's friend ,
of federal
and lugged home large gobs 1 i
cash to distribute among the: the job for the Spadaro Construction I S. D. McCREARY Proprietorceived (Paid For By Friends) ir
r
faithful.A Company. I '

three-cornered race among this I\ A new "dragline Company has been and ordered is expected- '.....................................................................................:.n r _
trio will be SOME race.-Arcadian. by the Spadaro \
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_:.i.: Personal Mention' :'i'i:;1 I Rubinoff Holds World Record Broadcasting I. 11 fS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ;{::

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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cook were.Mi-
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ami visitors over the week-end.

j AGENT ,. 'J:"

Gideon Brown was a visitor in De- a

Land over Sunday. 0swx kxyy}. {:J:.,'J yx. h:::;!{ :??) f {ji6';:; ? { d }i y 6I New York Life :
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Captain R. Selee visited his far II Insurance Company '

ily in Miami over the weekend.Mrs. .
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Fred Flanders, of Moore Haven -.1 : ,
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visited friends here Thursday I I'I '
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Mrs. 0.' F. Schiffli and sons, Dickv ,1 II M. COUSE

and Nicky, spent several days in Miami I '

this week. Counselor and Attorney at Law .!

# Hopkins Building V ';,
Mr. and D.
Mrs. A. McGeachey ,

spent last weekend visiting with / Wednesdays and Saturdays S.;
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friends in Lake Worth. ;::4i 9:30 to 4:00' f

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111'and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons'

I returned Sunday from a two weeks'I

I vacation f Jn Fort Myers. 'A ox A LIFE J POLICY: for as 1
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C. H. Miller, of Tampa was the I Little as $1 per Month V ''

Miller guest Monday and Mrs.of Miller.his brother, Leslie I as quoted, PAYS UP JO q"j
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Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and baby
I Policy Mailed for Free Inspection '.j
->son, returned Sunday from a visit V
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.. several weeks in Abbeville, Ga. : II No Medical Examination. '::.;
THE STANDARD
) : I :MUTUAL BEN
: JV1 EFIT CORPORATION Is offering
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Curry are II I without medical examination to V'a,
and ;
men women up to the age of / '
visiting Mr. Curry's parents in Key 65a remarkable new low cost ',:'
LIFE 2OLICY, providing to
up
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West for several weeks. x
, a }
I $1,000.00 for natural death and up
to $1,000.00 for accidental death
Mrs. R. V. Allison and baby as specified. This policy costs as .
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little as $1.00 a month: Benefits '
daughter were visitors in West Palm. are based on the ae. This policy .
Beach Wednesday.Mrs. mII& : form has been APPROVED by the :
Florida Insurance Department and
-- has complied with all the laws governing
Aline House, of Sarasota, vis- companies of this character.
havinpr its GUARANTEE RESERVE .
.
ited her sister, Mrs. C. L. Downs FUND on deposit with the
Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. i State of Florida for the protectionof :
its policy holders. _,
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R. V. Allison and daughter I I
Gail, spent Thursday in West Palm I Rubinoff and his violin-and Chevrolet-are a combination that few,if any,radio listeners in the United States have I NO AGENT WILL CALK
Beach. not received in their homes via the air. The famous violinist and his Stradivarius, stars of the Chevrolet Musical Just send'a postcard with .
Moments programs, have the distinction of going on the air from more brpadcasfcng stations than any other program I name, age, and ,name of beneficiary your
--- -- in the history of radio. Three hundred and seventy-eight stations broadcast Rubinoff three times a week, a total of and a Policy, completely made
Mrs. O. C. Benbow, of Bradenton, 1134 fifteen-minute programs. That figures out at 283 hours, and if one week's programs' were broadcast one after the I out. will be sent you for free in-
and Mrs. F. M. Barbee of other, day and it would V spection. If, after studying: it in
Moore night, require 11 days. The. illustration shows Rubinoff;; carrying his precious violin, posing I the quiet,of your home you desireto
Haven, were guests of Mrs. W. F. with his car after a special appearance at Detroit. keep it,send only $1.00 to apply

Simpson, Tuesday. ..,; I for its restoration, which includes
:practically 30 days protection if
accepted. 'If not satisfactory you
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Patterson of -- owe nothing.
West Palm Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. Olin Carleton will leave" today -(noon of bridge. Offer limited Write today

Mrs. M. J. ;Hirsh and Dr. and Mrs.J. for her home in Atlanta; Ga., High score prize, a picture, was Dr. A. J. Little Can use'a Representative Q'"i

G. Niblack Sunday. after a visit of several months witty I awarded to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle; Mrs.M. in your Territory
her daughter, Mis. Willard F, Simpson The STANDARD MUTUAL'BENEFIT
E. Yenawine was low and also received Osteopath: I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfrey and and, Mr. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. a picture, while :Mrs. A. A.I CORPORATION

Miss Mildred Ward left Sunday for I Simpson, accompanied her .to Tampa." 'Lake Harbor Phone Xo. 1 821 Graham Building
.,N. Carolina where they will spend I I 'Jacksonville . Florida

the summer. Among those attending the grad-I re-ceived _
:
uation exercises at the Moore Haven : '
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs..'T.. B. Shel-
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts School -
Mr. High '
Thursday night were:, "
I ley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. A. A., 'W :. -- ',
and Mrs. N. --- -- --
A. Gallant spent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr.
[Mumoe, :Mrs. C, E. Nail," Mrs. M. E.
day and Sunday fishing at Pine Island and Mis. A. W. Sias, Misses Christine
,Yenawine, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and -
Bell and Billie Hooker, F. Deane V
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Mrs. H. .R. Hall.
I Duff, Merrell Lowe, Harry Knight i I NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and and Edwin Ward..
I BELL IS SPEAKER: :
family returned Thursday of last I r
week from a visit with Mrs. Davis' SIRS. McDONALD ENTERTAINS I

sister in Akron, Ohio. 11 BRIDGE: CLUB AT BELLE GLADE I Att'yV'. D. Bell, of Arcadia, spokeat ;-V

--- length here Wednesday afternoon t 0Candidates
Parker Wilson spent Tuesday and I'
Wednesday in West Palm Beach at- Mrs. C. W. McDonald entertainedthe fin! the interest of his candidacy for

I members of her bridge club witha the office from the '
tending the 49th annual conventionof I of Congressman
I luncheon and bridge at her home
the Florida Pharmaceutical As- ;First Congressional District. Mr.
sociation. I in Belle Glade Wednesday. I Bell is the only candidate opposing ,

-- 4 delicious luncheon consisting ofI I; the incumbent, Hon. J. Hardin Peterson .

Mr. and Mrs.\ Foster Meredith and I fried chicken, creamed potatoes, vegetable -i !

Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and salad, pickles, hot biscuits, Mr. Bell's talk .
was primarily con- Have
The will start in earnest. I
daughter, Patsy, and Miss Eunice I'fruit jello and cookies and iced tea cerned with an attack on the recordof campaign soon

Meredith are spending this week in was served by the hostess after Mr. Peterson. There was only a you made arrangements for your
Miami. I which the guests enjoyed an after- small
crowd out to hear his talk. ,
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Mrs. John W. Smith left Saturday,, ----- Campaign Cards

for her home in East Liverpool, : f

Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith apd Hints for,HomemakersBy /Win $$500 Ca h LeafletsPlacards ; -: t...

daughters, Barbara and Mary Ann, '. ,Jane Rogers I/ u
accompanied her as far as Tampa )
for a short visit. I

I Or $250-Or $100What -

e Miss Irene Neighbors left recently! Dodgers .
for her home in Pensacola. She has) sum well-known Georgia town does

been visiting with her gandparents?I j 0 RAYSCOWS spell when the letters Other Campaign Printing

Mr. and Mrs. E. J.. Rogero for the rY are properly arranged? Rush your

past several months I answer on a POSTCARD to Contest I I Our Prices Are ReasonableOur .

Manager of American Life, Dawson, '
W. D. Bell, of Arcadia, candidatefor Work Is Exacting -
Ga., and you will get an opportunityto
the office of Congressman from I win one of 20 cash prizes to be Our Service Is Prompt ,
the First District, was here in the interest -, /
of his I awarded in the Georgia Cities Game.
Wednesday. campaign for office 1; Let us handle all campaign printing for you. '

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.ySOME

Miss Virgie O'Bannon, who was |I r Low Prices Cuts
on
recently transferred from the Em- I
ployment office here to West Palm To Our
believe that any one who
Beach, was recalled this week to I
boil water can cook corn on
"OnceinaWhile"Patrons
serve some time in the local office. the cob. How many a tender ear The lowest prices on cuts for cards and -
I of corn has been allowed to toughen I I
Dr. W. J. Buck, of Belle Glade vis- available this Bring in
through long keeping or faulty placards are year.
ited Clewiston Sunday, making the I I cooking no one will ever know. In I
trip across the Lake in his forty-foot the first place, fresh corn will not 'your photograph and we can have cut made

cabin cruiser. During the day he en- remain succulent long after it Is all r
sizes.
Our "Once-in-a-wliilc" patrons within, few'days. Prices on
tertained Dr. O. F. Schiffli and Dr. I pulled from the stalk. If you can I a
G. J. Potter aboard the boat. get it in the pot the evening of the fire welcomed with just the same- '
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I morning it was picked so much' the warmth and receive the same ex-
better. Straight from the stalk to pert service as those who come I
Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Miss Marion I the pot is a delight that only home I regularlyWe're anxious to see Keep your job printing work at home \ ,:.
Leydig and H. R. Hall were business I gardeners can enjoy.
often, however, for the
ron moie
', visitors in Miami Saturday. Mrs. H. ,! Try this method next time you
r- !better we know the better
have the cob. Place the you
R. Hall and Mrs. A. A. Munroe re- corn on V V '
turned with them after several l days ears in a large pot of boiling waterto qualified we arc to serve you as ; ",' .
which has been added a table lOU wish to be seined.Butler's one '
stay in Miami. V V V :
spoon -granulated sugar. Youngcorn
will cook perfectly In five
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger
minutes. More mature corn requires -
and son, Clarke, returned Sunday Beauty
from eight to ten minutes.Do i Clewiston Newsr
from a stay of several days in Fort not salt the water as salt has a ,
Lauderdale. They were called there tendency to toughen corn. Sugar I Shoppe .
last week by the illness and subsequent brings out Its natural sweetness.If -i
I Clewiston Inn -:- 'Phone 345
death of Mrs. Ironmonger'smother desired, salt the corn at tho
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H'IIOIiJ' MIJ8IC: That's. tLff6 AdvancementAs : 4!




men In a crowd [Instinctivelymake

room for one who would force
By Dornford YatesCopyrIght his way through It, so mankind

makes: way for one who rushes to-

ward an object beyond them.
,1 by MInton, B&Ich & Co WNU Servlc
Nothing [Is more wearying than the

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CHAPTER XContinued18 : and the torch fell down and went out. be said that I was but makingready to ing came back : but here, within four Beware of Idleness '

I let him grope and, find' It. As he 1 save my life ; but I cannot plead that such walls, the shock of the violent explosion Many of the wrong things men do

"He said-It may ,not be true but stood up, grunting, 1 took him fast by excuse, for that canctderatlon never [ had appalled the drums of are done In [Idle moments because

he said they were always tattooed be- the throat and drove my knife [into his once entered my head. But that was my ears. they can't think of anything. [ else to

neath the left breast. ,; In your case, heart. not of valour.' I think the plain[ truthis To listen for Pharaoh's coming was, do.

I think, an expert was brought from He gave one frightful convulsion.And [ that ;I was possessed. therefore, but waste of time, and, since

Japan. It was thought very properly, then I knew he was dead. What I had witnessed in that chamber he might arrive any moment, I made

if I may say so, that so exquisite[!" a 1 got to my knees and sought for had tired within me a furnace of my preparations as swiftly as ever I

canvas deserved a master's brush. the torch. When I had found It, 1 roaring hate. I was going to kill! could. Whitens Clears The

May we see.his handiwork,-please.?" switched It on to the bench. This[ was Pharaoh and Dewdrop exactly as I had These were smplthere was not ,

Helena sat as though; stricken- empty. ,killed Rush-not because I had setout much I could do. L Shin Quickest Way
turned Into stone. I turned the beam on to myself. to do it, not because that was the The chair on which Rush was 'seated

Pharaoh proceeded -nie i1eisly. "Helena," I said, "it's all right. I've reason why I was there, but because I slewed to the left, so that the beam No matter how dull and dark your

"If you would 1 like-assistance[ e, you've .done the swine in." they had ravished Virtue-broken a of his torch fell full on the cut in the complexion;no matter how freckled arid

only to say the word.; We're. none. of She did not answer, so 1 got to my lovely spirit[ by abusing its lovely wall. I then took Dewdrop's torch coarsened by sun andwind.NADINOLA

us lady's maids,. but Rush has. the feet and threw the beam round the flesh.I and studied the room, marking the clear Cream and will smooth whiten,
reputation of feeing a lady's man." room: She must be there somewhere. had to wait full five minutes before furniture well In case I must move In skin to new beauty your, S4I : 3 -.

The sweat was running on my tem And then all, at once I knew where I I heard a sigh on the winding[ the dark. Then r slid the torch Into quickest, easiest "way. rir w I & ,
stair. Just at bedtime
Helena was. my pocket and lay down behind the apply
ples.As I tried tr measure my distance, She had fled' for the staircaseturretwhen The sigh grew Into a murmur, and great table of which I have. spoken NADINOLA trusted for over, tested a. gen and

I found that I could not see, for my Rush and I, between us, had the murmur into that unmistakable before. eration, begins its beautifying : yy'

eyes had been fixed on Helena and dropped the torch. sound-the regular scuffing of feet that This[ was a pedestal table of carved, work while you

now could not pierce the darkness Rush had locked the door of the hall are mounting[ a flight of stone steps. gray oak. Between the two pedestals sleep Then you see day- ,/
by-day improvement until'
The footfalls "
which veiled the rest of the'rooou, not the door of the secret room.I were hasty. The two were 'there was a knee-hole or archway your complexion ja ysft:

And then I heard Rush moving. .. took a step' towards this-and mounting apace. three feet wide, by some, twenty-six restored to creamy
Had the fellow moved forward that stopped In my tracks. I Why this'was 1 could not Imagine. inches high. Looking through this, 1 1 white, satin-smooth, i i'h

must have been' the ,end of this tale. The doorway by .vhlch I )had; entered I Why should they run? The stars were directly commanded the cut, while the waiting loveliness.for No results.disappointments Money-back guar long

But he only passed behind[ 'me:.to stand had disappeared. fighting against them. But for their pedestal offered good cover on either antee. At all toilet counters, only SOc.Or

between me and Dewdrop-I supposeto I haste, I should not have heard them hand. write NADINOLA, Box 4,7,Paris,Tenn.

be nearer his master the suddenly safe-for : so soon. a I ventured to settle myself with the
Helena was the moment.So The I
rapid, regular shuffle
favoured courtier began to I ALWAYS CROSS PRAISES CHANGE
approaching greatest care, for knew that if 1 I
,much I saw. (As a matter of fact, I grow clear. .
the steps of the throne. possibly could I must kill my man before
she'was saved : but at that time I did Unless they
were moving as one
That the end was fast approaching' he had entered the room : If
not know that no one within the.room the shoes of one of the two were rub-
was very plain. Any moment, now ,I Pharaoh could contrive to come'In, the
could open the door she had shut.) ber-soled, for only one set of footfalls
should have to send my mask flying. advantage I presently held would be
And Rush was dead, and Pharaoh and came to my ears. r/ ft
First Pharaoh. .. I would strike Dewdrop !knew: nothing of 'what had In this case- utterly lost, for, though we should, In
down the torch and hurl myself at the a sense, be fighting on even terms, ,
occurred. ,In the twinkling of an eye And then I saw the glow of a torch.
monster before he had time to think. .Pharaoh 'was an expert at murder, butI
my position had been reversed. If 1 Two steps more, and I'heard their NEW BEAUTY
First Pharaoh and then his fellows. was. no more than a resolute ama-
could not make an end of the two, I heavy breathing. I
But for the thought of his fellows, I teur. .
deserved to be shot. The stars against them? All the THRILLS HUSBANDHer
could not have stood my ground. But Since the cut was so narrow, the
stepped to the cut through which company of heaven had ranged Itselfon
If I should not survive Pharaoh........ gauntlet he had to run was extremely '
Pharaoh and Dewdrop had passed. my side. The two would be spent husband marvels at her dear complexion
My heart that 'had been ,smoking ,, strict and, unless my pistol misfired, I
As I had supposed, this gave to a and breathless. sparkling eyes, new vitality. She is really a dif-
seemed suddenly cold.. Rush had the did not see how, he could do it and ferent person since she eliminated intestinal
winding stair[ -no doubt of a. consIderable Dewdrop began to speak before he sluggishness. What a difference a balanced combination -
6 man save his life. So I lay still, from
reputation of. lng'lady's. depth, for though I strained my had entered the room. very of natural laxatives makes. Learn for
Helena was trembling., A little1.hand force of habit straining[ my useless yourself! Give Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets)
ears, I could hear nothing at all. "Bugle an' Ruth to go down. Pha- a trial. Note how naturally they work leaving;
went up to cover her ,eyes. Determined[ to leave nothing to raoh thayth-" ears, with my pistol-hand on the plinthof you feeling 100% better, freshened, alive. Contain
"I'll make you .an offer. ,I nearly the pedestal-table and my eyes on no phenol -
chance, I proceeded to lay my ambush As he stepped through the cut andI or mineral de-
made It Just now.' If you'll go now, I'll the cut that was waiting to frame my rivatives.2Sc. ,
with infinite[ care. fired, I saw my mistake. all druggists. . .-
show the secret dead.
way.Tomorrow
you Pharaoh must. find nothing wrong Dewdrop would lisp no more, but
night I'll meet you with five thousand -until too late. To all appearance the the d deafening[ roar of my pistol had After a little, I found myself think ... -'
In And after that I'll Ing how soft the carpet was. .
pounds gold. pay room must be as he had'left it. carried a message to Pharaoh which For. ONLY 1.0rtNow(
:you five thousand a year-for every The bench, however, could be seen not even a child could misread. I do not know how long I waited,
that let Mr. ,Spencer live." but the first Intimation I had of Pha- this Famous
year you from the head of the winding stair. I I could have done myself violence.It 4Try
It was clear that a child was speak- must therefore suggest to Pharoah was not as if I had not been raoh's approach was the sudden roar Vegetable

ing, a terrified child. Offer, promise, that his captive had merely moved. warned : I had been told as plainlyas [ of his pistol as he tired at and shattered I n h Laxative forConstipation.

figures were things grotesque. Her sug- This was easy enough. Next to the any fool could have been told that the torch.I p hOgj S It

gestion was below comment. But Pha- bench stood the fireplace. which Jutted Dewdrop alone was mounting the wind fear this tale ,is a record of bad rids the System

raoh had his foot In the opening, quickas into the room. On the other side of ing stair. I had only to pocket my mistakes, but when I was laying my w ,', of Poisons and

a flash. this was a chair with its back to the pistol and to take my knife. Torch In ambush I made the worst of them all acts mildly like-

"That's better," he said. "Much bet- wall. If my torch were trained upon hand, out of breath, my victim could I have no excuse to offer. I think a !+ nature intended

ter. You've gone, shall we say, a long this, Pharaoh would receive the Im-'! have made no resistance. child would have seen that he must so 'no "'- rlim Larger size 25c.

way. But I'm sure Mr. Spencer's worth pression that his captive had changed I As it was, by using my pistol, I had place the torch that, while it Illumined[

ten' thousand a year." her seat, for the chair was maskedby thrown''away the most valuable weaponI the cut, It could not itself be seen from I

The man was playing with herplayIng the fireplace and could not be seen laa-the element of surprise.It the head of the winding stair. Be thatas I

the fish he had hooked. from the cut. The only question was was true that, had I stabbed Dew- it may, the horrid shock and the I

Helena's voice was shaking. how to support the torch. drop, Pharaoh would still have waitedIn darkness took me aback, and when I 'NATURE'S BEST ASSISTANT"

"I've no right to give any more. The For a moment I stood thinking. ThenI [ vain for Bugle and Rush. But fired at the cut, I fired an Instant too

money's not mine. That's more thanI perceived that, unless I were to flout though he would have been angry and late. Pharaoh's answer came swift asa for FIRST AIDk'Relieving .

ought to take for my personal use." Reason, this office must devolve upon would at last have come up to see for flash, and his bullet went throughmy _

It.was awful to hear such naivete Issue Rush. himself the reason for their delay, he knee-hole, to lodge in the wall Common Skin Ailments'' I

from Helena's lips. Anyone leaving[ the ,stair with a would never have dreamed of danger. beyond. Injuries I :F\

"I am not concerned with your r5fiht. torch [In his hand would be almost But now he was warned. And thensilence.We -,...-..- _.. >. -- "'',':)}.
sure to Illumine the opposite side of Pharaoh was:: more than warned. were both of us deafened, ot
To Insure Mr. Spencer's life will cost
the room. The corpse must thereforebe My shot, being fired when It was, course; and, remembering that, I at I: ResrnoL'
you ten thousand down and ten thou-
sand moved, in any event. And If I had reported the ugly news that Dew- least had the sense to move.
a year. could gird It into the semblance of drop was dead. The fact that no one Pharaoh was trying to find me, steal- ':

Her palms clapped fast to her eyes, life. came down would confirm this report. ing this way and that. He had only to

Helena threw back her head. In two or three, minutes the grisly And no one could have killed Dew- brush against me, touch me with the

"All right," she said, '"I'll pay it." business was done, and Rush was drop, unless he had first made an end tips of his fingers, and I should be-

,The words seemed torn from her seated upright In a" high-backed chair of Bugle and Rush. caught.At G

throat. with an arm along one of ,the chair's The truth was In Pharaoh's hands. once set out to find him, with
"One thing more," said Pharaoh. "It and the torch in his hand. His belt He knew as well as did I'that' someone my left hand stretched before me and

:will'not be convenient to meet you to- and mine and some cord I had found in was [in the chamber, waiting to take my pistol all ready. NO MORE WORMS
I take the .
morrow night. first'premium his[ pocket had done the trick. His his life. believe that action saved
I truly my
now. Show me that cellar, or strip. Idon't head had proved" troublesome, but I As I say, I could have done myself life, for Pharaoh passed me in the DEAD SHOT"Dr.

care which you do, for I guess took a stick from the grate, buttonedthis violence. I was here to play the knave, my darkness and came upon Rush. I Peery's Vermifuge kills and

you clothed.can" open It naked as well. as into his waistcoat. and propped It and Instead, I was playing the fool.I know this was so, for he fired upon expels Worms and Tapeworm in

like that. am bound to confess that I cannotdefend the body, supposing it to be me, and a few hours. Good for grown-ups,
I think a full minute went by before The effect was hideous, for the my annoyance at finding thatI the flame that leaped from hip pistol too. One dose does the trick.

Helena moved. corpse was poking its head. But that Pharaoh Instead of play-
must fight gave me a mark to aim at, Instead alighting Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOTVermifuge
Then;very slowly she rose and turnedto was beside the point. At the first ing the butcher as I had already done.I my face.
the right. Then her hand went toa blush not the man's mother I had
up even own can only say that at that time (TO BE CONTINUED) 1 F yrpltNi Ir TM6 MUNy a
sconce, laid hold of the bracket and would ever have known he was dead. no fear for myself: but since I knew

pulled It down. Here I should say that, before I had very well that the man was as swift

I heard no sound, but a panel below set Rush up, I had taken away his and as cunning as I was slow, I was History in a Canal

the sconce moved, and, when she pistol and Helena's master key. full of apprehension lest he should es Early in the Nineteenth century, Wright's SOc Pill a bottle Co., 100 at Cola druggists St.. N.Y.or Clty.D .
Once again I took care to listen at of such an when Napoleon was the "bogeyman" ot
turned, I saw the shape of a door which cape. The bare thought
was standing ajar. the head of the winding steps-and outcome made the sweat start on my English children, diplomatic, nightmare -

So Helena severed one of the threadsby heard 'no sound. brow. Live-after what he had done? of politicians and dethroner ot

which her life was hanging. To pick my own position was easy Live-to walk out of that room and kings, Englishmen peered anxiously
for
the Channel, watching sIgnsof
Slowly she returned to the bench.As enough. I had only to take my stand do It again? across P rson's
his invading army, says
she took her seat Pharaoh rappedout behind the panel-door that belonged to Somebody laughed-a very unpleasant Weekly. Warning beacons were built,
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an prder. the cut This was wide enough to con- laugh. roads barricaded, and stoutheartedmen 0' you suffer burning, scanty or
,"Put a light on the lady Bugle." ceal me. I think it was the devil within me- of Kent prepared to defend their too frequent urination backache,

I think ,my heart stood still: but 1 I decided to use a pistol, for the bul- the sheriff that had been sent to fetch hearths and homes. One of their headache, dizziness, loss of energy,

had a torch and the wit, to, do as he let was swift and sure and at quar- Pharaoh's soul. of defense was to build a anal leg under pains the swellings and pffiness;
means ? Are tired
,said. ters so' close I could not possibly miss. I pulled myself together, slid about my between Shorncllffe and Rye, to flood ous-feel eyes all unstrung: you and ,don'tknow nerv (
1 "Rush and For all that I took the knife too. pistols Into my pockets and set V"
Bugle stand fast: Dew- the Romney marshes In case of need what is wrong? \
drop with me." I And then at last I was ready, with hoisting Dewdrop out of my way When Napoleon was defeated and the Then give some thought'' to your

He crossed to the gaping panel, with the knife at my hIp' and a pistol In fear of invasion vanished, the Roya l kidneys. Be sure they function proper
'Dewdrop directly behind him, lighting either hand. CHAPTER XI Military anal fell into disuse., ly for functional kidney disorder per
.Ills mits excess waste to stay in the blood
steps.As ,
Looking back, ,I find it strange thatI
he pulled open the door, I saw who ten days before had never, thatI Helena Labor-SaYing Clock Invented and to poison and 'upset the whole
system.
Ihe: stonework beyond. can remember, so much as knockeda Now by firing, as I had, upon Dew- A clock which requires no wind Pills.
Use Doan's
Doan's
for the
i I stood waiting for their footfallsto man down, should have made these drop, I had cast away the element of ing has been patented at Prague kidneys l only.They are recommendedthe are

fade. My moment had come. dreadful preparations without a qualm. surprise: but that was not all the mischief [ Czechoslovakia. Known as a "radio world over. You can get the gen

Rush was speaking and wagging his That I had already done murder that I had done, for the roar of clock," which may be operated froma uine, time-tested Doan's at any drug

dreadful head."Sheba's troubled me very much less than the the heavy pistol had made me completely distance of 500 miles, it has a* store.

the goods," he murmured. loss of my 'belt. Indeed, my only con- deaf. works a small receiving set to guide
"Look at that mouth. Here. I'm goin' cern was lest by some improvidenceon When I had fired in the forest, so the progress of the hands. The exact -
to 'ave a close-up. Gimme that-torch." my part the butchery which I pur- savage was the report that four or five time is recorded on the baL 01 I a

Between us we bungled the business. posed .should not be fulfilled. It might minutes went by before my full hear- astronomical data.




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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1036
THE; CLEWISTONNEWS

EIGHT iJ -- -
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THE VOTERS OF HENDRY. .
-- FOR TAX ASSESSOR CO
- work for 'a tenure of teachers'f '
in his 'own COUNTY
campaigning :
several days :
Minister I'1 based entirely upon their success
Fort Myers county of Dade, where he expectsto school room. I wish to announce my candidacy '
'he: re-election
the greatest vote ever \t re-election as Tax Assessor for I am a candidate for
roll up Upon this platform 1 solicit your :for Court,
-, for re-I' '' to the will is your Clerk of the Circuit
ceived by any candidate ;,Hendry Countysubject )::
From Page One) :support. overwhelming vote
the
(Continued. Williams' return nor in any county of the state. D. G. McCORMICK.FOR I-of the Democratic voters in June. [[ appreciate given me, and if -
Dr. always
until have
to serve I am seeking re-election solely on rou
arrival ,of ,warm weather } fit to. re-elect me I will con-
the see
to rou
Due !jmy record of fairness to the taxpayers to the
attendance at Sunday School county.. I will Inue to give my entire time

has begun the to' fall off rapidly. Sunday: .:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. TAX COLLECTORI ''continue and fairness the same to the policy in future office and the same courteous treat-

School officials are striving to ere wish to announce myself a candidate (as in the past-Fairness to all. nent. T. HULL.
ate interest and get the children to POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS for re-election to the office of i Your vote and support will be ap- WILLIAM

attend in summer as in winter. Tax ''Collector for Hendry County, | :preciated.I .
subject to the Democratic Primary, HURD L. REEVES.i .

June 2nd.I i i FOR COUNTY JUDGE
CALDWELL HAS NEIL endeavored to and believe
STAFFORD have HENDRY
IO THE VOTERS OF .
PLANK AFFECTING MERCHANT that I have made a good Tax Col- FOR TAX ASSESSORI
(Paid Political Adv.)' lector, and if you honor me with reelection \ COUNTY:
appreciationfor

Orlando, May 21 the(Special shoulder).-- .'J.....M*..*.*.....MMM*. .* ". ..***.MMMMMMM. .* *. *. ...........*.MMM.* .* *......../. in the same I shall dependable continue to manner serve you in :i'for the hereby office announce'of Tax Assessor my candidacy in and With the a support deep sense you have of given me
from ,
Striking straight for which I have served you for the past :for Hendry County, Florida, subjectto in my first elective term, I hereby
Stafford Caldwell candidate gov three and one-half years. ;- the vote of the Democratic Primary announce my candidacy for re-elec-

ernor, this week drove a dynamic FOR REPRESENTATIVEIn I Your vote and active support will June 2nd. tion as County Judge of Hendry
when he de : for I Florida, subject to your approval -
plank into his platform be appreciated. I have lived in Hendry County County,
dared himself on the side of the in* announcement for I FRANK A. DAUGHERTY.FOR ':the past 14 years, during which timeI in the Democratic' Primariesof
making my
dependent merchants by his unquali to the House of Representatives have served as Secretary of the June, 1936.
re-election
fled endorsement of the Florida Recovery from Hendry County, sub- I Hendry County Democratic Execu- My past record for fairness to all
statement tive ,Committee, as President of the manner in which I'have
Act. :Mr. Caldwell's to the Democratic Primary of TAX COLLECTORA and the
ject Democratic Club, and am at affairs of this officeis
Young the
declaring his stand for the independ I wish to state that I am particularly conducted
June, wish
for the City those who
for welfareof and raised in present Tax Assessor an open book to
ent merchant has been the cause interested in the Democrat-born
the completionof went to school--in of LaBelle. to investigate.I .
influx of congratulatory the schools and old Lee County
a great ; ( I will endeavor at all times to training as
which have poured into the North and South road from Fort Myers and LaBelle and then believe that my age,
and as
messages reasonable -
nave taxes as experience
City known as took course in Massey Business attorney, and previous
state Everglades a
the Venus ,to an
all
his office from over State Road number 164, and will College. Came back home and'worked ; [nearly equalized as possible. enable me to render more efficient -
Letters and telegrams, telephone In Your support will be greatly appreciated important of-
this
ol f
use" my efforts in the interest at intervals for fifteen years service in
calls and personal visitations from ether matter'affecting mercantile and hardware Thanks. I '
each, or any general \ SMALL.
the DENNIS
business men of Florida over the County and its Citizenship.. business combined with postofficefor fice.If you see fit to re-elect me as

last three days have created an unprecedented I believe experience gained as a one employer who is now a liv- your County Judge, I promise, as I

bee-hive of activity in tnember of previous sessions of the ing reference at any time. TO THE DEMOCRATIC: : VOTERS far as in me lies, to give Hendry ,
:
the Caldwell headquarters. Legislature will enable me to render I then finished a normal,, school\ OF HENDRY COUNTY: County an honest, capable and de- '&

Stafford, Caldwell is the only the very best service to Hendry course, took examination and taught pendable administration of the af- ;.

candidate for governor who has declared County, and I shall appreciate the school for five successive years ia. After due consideration I hereby fairs of the office. be
himself in favor of the Florida support and influence of every citizen one community. On account of fail- announce my candidacy for Tax Your vote and support will

Recovery Act-in fact, this candidate -'I and voter. ing' health of mother I was compelled t Assessor of Hendry County, subject greatly appreciated.H. .
to Rive un my school, work and of the voters in A. RIDER.
wishes
is the only one who has dared ELBERT L. STEWART.FOR to the
discuss the come home to care for my children.. the Democratic Primary in June.I .
take a firm stand and I then was elected Supervisor of I have been Clerk of The City of

chain store issue at all. The imJP.edi- REPRESENTATIVE Registration and served five years I I LaBelle for the past five years. I FOR COUNTY JUDGEI

ate response which has come from and have handled by own businessfor served as County Tax Collector two

business men shows that the people -- the past twenty years. I feel that years by appointment and four years hereby announce myself as can-

of the state are indeed ready to :ser. To the Democratic Voters of Hendry I can qualify for this job'providing by Election. I organized the first didate for the office of County

iously consider some such legisla- County: candidacy\the good people of Hendry Countywill Abstract Company in LaBelle and Judge of Hendry County, Florida,

tion. Reports from several cities in I wish to announce my for give it to me. have had considerable experience in subject to the approval of the vot-

Florida indicate that mass meetings for the office of Representative to the will Your support will be appreciated. this line of work. ers in the Democratic Primary', June
subject
of business men will be held within Hendry of .the; voters County in, the June Primary. ALICE CURRY 'BAILEY. At present I am Deputy Tax Col- 2.

the next few days to discuss: 1 I this in Clewiston, I own lector and have had daily experience Your vote and support will be, ap
living
stand taken by Mr. Caldwell and his and Though operate a business in LaBelle, tin handling the Tax Rolls for over preciated.
interestedin FOR TAX ASSESSOR years. BILL MADDOX.
candidacy. and therefore am vitally also
and
training
have College
welfare of I I
the development and county, and To the Democratic Voters of Hen-I two years in Law. I have been a citizen -
TO WIND III' all sections of Hendry for the past
CHAPPELL efforts to obtain dry County: of Hendry County FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict
CAMPAIGN NEXT 'VEEI\ pledge my untiring of Road 164. I hereby announce my candidacyfor I, sixteen years. No. 1, Hendry County
construction
early the office of Tax Assessor ia If elected I promise Courteous
will be '
Gainesville (Special).-Dan Chap. Your vote and support ap- Hendry County, subject to the actionof I and Efficient service at all times and This will announce my candidacyfor

pell, of :Miami admittedly one of the preciated. BO WIDEN. the Democratic Primaries in June. I I will,put forth my best efforts to low'as keep re-election to the office of CouIty \-

leading contenders for the GUbernatorial -!1 KEATHLEY Born in Madison County, Fla., I the taxes equalized and as Commissioner from District No.

honors, and rated by most March 8, 1897.Graduated .possible. the support and 1, Hendry county, subject to the
will appreciate
I
polls being taken over the state as I FOR SHERIFFI Madison Normal Insti-t influence of every citizen and voter.. June Democratic Primaries.My Your
second started the 1 Attended Stetson University, De- ANDREWS.FOR record is my platform.
either first or W. P. (Bill) .1 .
appreciated.D.
be
will
semi-final week of the campaign I I wish to announce my candidacyfor tute. Madison, Fla. I vote G. ALSTON.

here Menday night. I re-election to the office of Sher- Land, Fla., and State University, I I I-

The :Miamian cut for his week's iff of Hendry County, subject to the Gainesville, Fla. !II I CLERK OF CIRCUIT COUR1 I .

Democratic Primaries in June. Served in during World'War. -,,
activities a path that crisscrossedcentral navy I FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERDistrict
candidacyfor
Florida and Southwesterlyend to I am making this race solely on Moved to Hendry County while it I wish ,to announce my No. 1, Hendry County -
of the Circuit .
and office of Clerk
enforcement the
at Fort Myers Saturday night. my record of law was yet part of Lee County. -
He will proceed from Fort Myers fair dealings to all, and assure the Served as City Tax Collector of Court of Hendry County.I It is my intention and desire at
County that the 'an efficient, courteousand
Miami, where he expects to spend people of Hendry LaBelle for six years. promise this time to announce myself as 'a
to of this office will not operation of this
policies Experienced as abstractor shouldbe business-like candidate for re-election as memberof

change. an asset in position.If office, if elected. the Hendry County Board of Public
be
will ap-
Your vote and support Rotation' in office is a Democratic Instruction subject to' the Demo-
sound
'elected would give a eco-
." ',-
r.; Continua-
preciated. June.
in
Primaries
; 3 .: '_H. L. DELANEY.FOR nomical business administration.Your principle. and support will be cratic tion of your loyalty and support
: Your vote
; \ : vote and support will be greatly .
appreciated.M.
will be
appreciated.W. .
appreciated. greatly
E. VON MACH.
,\'" SHERIFF R. N. MILLER. I P. (RED) VAUGHN, JR.

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To the Voters of Hendry County:

I hereby announce my candidacy I-

for the office of Sheriff of Hendry
l
county subject to the Democratic

a Primaries in June. I have been a

resident of Hendry county for the SAFETY DIVIDENDS
I SAVINGS
past sixteen years and feel that

am capable of carrying on the workof

the office in an honest and fear-

less manner and of giving the peopleof I
PRUNESAre the county a conscientious ad-

ministration if elected. Your vote Record of Dividends of
PRIME and your' support will be .appreciat-

ed. 'I. Clewiston Home Building Association
? THOMPSON: "
are just dried plums DOUGL1S ", ,

PRUNES current vernacular- "- '-' ,, ,., nXTE
that's what you think! So did we : '" '. RATE

until,we went into prune ancestry. :FOR SHERIFFTo YEAR PERCENT
Any plum can't become a prune. > YEAR PERCENT'

Prune-plums called "fresh are prunes.therefore" usually the voters of Hendry County: cr.j 1928 5.5 1933 6 ,"
a
Burbank,in stud/ing the I hereby announce myself as
Luther 6
hybridization of plums, spent ten candidate for the office of Sheriffof ?J 1929 7 1934 ;,

years and thousands of dollars to Hendry County" subject to the 4 .6 ,

produce the best plums for drying will of the voters of the County in ., ,: 1930., .' ',
For one Democratic Primary of June 2nd. ,,: ; ..', 1936 6Invest ,
purposes-for prunes. the .. :. ;> 1931 4, '"
.
thing a prune-plum must have the If elected, I promise an honorable, ::q Y :
'
sort of skin which cracks in just impartial economical administrationof 'F w i : 1932 ; /' 6' : ,
:
:
the right way when it is immersedin the office.. ; :::1 : : : ': .. : .
the drying bath. Respectfully yours, .. ": ::. :, ;
HOOKER.
W. C.
That Fresh Plum Taste

CALL BY THE HOME
Canned prunes retain perfectlythat :

fresh plum taste because they FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
are quickly picked and quickly PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI \ .

packed. Their rich syrup recom- -- for saIety' and a good THING TOMORROW AND
savings
mends them, and combined with am a candidate for the office of your

the tender luscious something fruit to of eat theplumthey're \Superintendent tion. of Public Instruc I return. Home Building has never paid TALK. THINGS, .- OVER.

It may seem beside the point to I If chosen, I will discharge the d' dividends of less than 4 percent per year. '.

discuss ways of preparing them, of the office faithfully and ;,.
ties
.1.\\ :>
.
of reduced interest on savings ,
because they are pretty hard tr partially. J In these days I '

beat just as they are-for break: I solicit and will appreciate and reduced returns on other ,, : ;:;\ .:.
fast fruit, for luncheon dessert, or in the approaching Demo- accounts '
for dinner with roast meats. But support cratic Primary. forms of investment Home Building offers :' 1 ,/

if you like to do things with S. A. GRAVES. in'r
good ingredients-try this I the' conservative, thrifty investor the

Oregon' Foam: Remove pits from In-
one No. 2Yz can of fresh prunes,, 1 vestment best suited to his needs.

press the prunes through a sieve ''TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY Home Building Association '
and return to the juice. Heat tc COUNTY vestigate Clewiston

the boiling point and in it dissolve whether intend investing as CLEWISTON 4
you
two tablespoons gelatin which has LaBelle, Fla. ;

soaked of five cold minutes water. in Add one-hall twc I announce my candidacy for the little as $5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING 1
cup
tablespoons lemon juice and set office of Superintendent of Public $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION!

away to cool and stiffen. Wher Instruction.
beginning to set, add two stiffly I served the schools of this com- Home Building program adapted to your PHONED 102.103

beaten egg whites, and beat mix munity many years and will, if elect-

ture until frothy with a Dover ed, do my best to keep the doors of requirements. I
beater. Pour into wet molds and l the school houses open and raise the

chill.. Unmold and serve with;L standard of the schools.
cream or whipped cream This I (>-f the schools from politics and I

serves eight persons., I promise ',a complete, separation.vlll I '
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