The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00776
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00776
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Builds WarehouseThe RepresentativeElbert ;


Oil has L. Stewart, cashier of the
Gulf Corporation '

::11 IN HENDRY COUNTY completed the construction of a FLORIDA TOUR bent First Bank representative of Clewiston in the and legisla-incum- I, BISHOP AND WILSON -'.'r:t'I

new warehouse here adjoining the
I,! ,,'ure from Hendry county, this ./
The Hendry County Democratic warehouse which has been In use Seven members of the U. S.: i week makes formal announcementthat Announcement was made this 'j

!''I Executive Committee has set a five for the past several years. The engineers rivers and harbors board he will be a candidate for I.I' morning of the purchase of the :"

I two buildings 'are the same size, headed by Gen. T. M. Robbins, reelection.He :
Lumber .
I per cent qualifying fee for candidates M.I I I Royal Company stock by
assistant chief of engineers, passed will be opposed by W.
about twenty by forty feet and :'::1
R. M. Bishop and R. C. Wilson
I in the 1940 primaries! two through Clewiston Wednesday, Davidson of LaBelle who also an- '
: form large storage
placed together a
: J per cent of which goes to the committee stopping briefly at the Engineer nounced this week. from George L. Royal and they.. .
The building the ",
new as
,I j i? and three per cent to the space. I, sub. office here, on a cruise through Mr. Stewart, is a veteran legislator will operate the business as a ;
,I county board to defray expensesof older one, has corrugated iron siding the cross-state waterway from having served four terms in partnership in the future. The ",,\
and roof. Stuart to Fort Myers. The groupis the office. He was elected first in final ]
election. papers completing the purchase
the Carl E. Berner, manager of the also visiting other active and 1930, again in 1934, in'1936 and the :}
The first candidate in the, county Gulf plant here, has his offices located contemplated projects in the state. last time in 1938. During these terms were drawn up and signed Thursday .

''I to pay this qualifying fee and in the northeast corner of Col Lewis H. Watkins, district he has been quite active at all afternoon.

!. 'thus assure ,himself of a place on the new warehouse in a, space engineer of Jacksonville stated at times, in legislative sessions and The purchase includes not only '::
ballot' J. Olien Davidson about ten by' twelve ,feet. The Fort Myers that one of the principal out, in all things, which he be-: II II the stock and good will of the .,:':
the was J
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old office building, a separate small lieved beneficial to Hendry ,
candidate for county< commissioner reasons for the tour was to ,secure county ,, Royal Company but also the new
who is
[I a in district 2. ;All candidates building of Celotex_ has been re- first hand information on the pro- and the state at large. j I warehouse and office building,' the E
f before midnight moved. posed deepening of the channel Mr. Stewart says in his announce'I old warehouse and other buildings )
must qualify
l t. The floors of the storage rooms ment that his campaign 'I I ':
of March 23-45 days prior to the from eight to ten feet. A delegation, in the, community such as the two
i I I are of heavy treated timber and based on the merits involved in I
which included several from residences
which will be held I men II recently completed on
; first primary 7. a porch of the same material is this county, recently attended a the office and will have no con- I Ventura Street near the school.
::1 on Tuesday, May 'built the front of the build- nection ,with other officesor 1
the middle of the across hearing in Washington relative to county I The business will continue to '
A check-up ,
!I week at ,LaBelle, showed that there ing. this proposed work and it now candidates. Ii I operate for the future under the'
,' total of twenty-two candidates awaits the recommendation of the i firm name of Royal Lumber Company -
are now a
s I for the various? county offices Little EncouragementGiven rivers and harbors board. The Engineers To Hold until there is sufficient timeto

from school board member to channel now has a six-foot con- make arrangements for the legal

I II sheriff. At present there' are two For New Road trolling depth and the engineer Hearing In Belle GladeThe I changing of the name to the Bishop-
candidates for sheriff, three for' board approved the deepening to Wilson Lumber Company which has

county judge, two for superintendent eight feet. Local interests have felt been chosen as its future name.
of public instruction, three for Representative Elbert L. Stewart, that the channel should be ten feet U. S. Engineers will holda Both Mr. Bishop and Mr. Wilson

tax collector, two for representative, Tax Collector R. N. Miller and in depth in order to match the hearing in Belle Glade on Tues- have been officers in the Royal
,Keathley Bowden attended the i depth of the.east coast inland waterway Company for several years, Mr.
one for tax assessor, six for county day March 12 at 10:00 a. m. in
commissioner in the various dis- meeting of, the State Road Boardin i and the proposed, new inland the city hall to discuss the open- Bishop being vice-president and j
stricts and three for school board DeLand Wednesday in the in- waterway on the west coast. Mr. Wilson secretary-treasurer.
I member.W. terest of new construction work, on I W. P. Franklin of Fort Myers, i ing up, maintenance and operationof When the new corporation is set

T. Maddox opposes H. L. Road 164 and while the board ardent waterway booster. consulted the West Palm Beach Canal, up Mr. Bishop is slated to be president -

DeLaney, : incumbent for sheriff; heard their pleas and promised to with Col. Jarvis J. Bain, division the Hillsboro Canal, the North I and Mr. Wilson vice-presi
Seldon Stewart, Robert Harris and do everything possible to constructan engineer, 'and said he gained the New River' Canal and the Miami dent

Louis 0.. Gravely are making the additional five miles on ,Road impression that the ,board would Canal. Mr.: Wilson became associatedwith

race for county judge; R. N. Miller, 164 this year it was obvious that favor an eight-foot depth at this Studies for the review of this Mr. Royal in 1933 and for

incumbent tax 'collector, will be apposed they had little hope that it couldbe time and would probably await until project, it is said, disclosed the several years was at Lake Harbor

I I by Mrs. Homer Taylor and I II done. improvements were made on the fact that these canals are so chok- handling only the mercantile end
I G. R. Hatch;, W. '''M. Davidson has I Much of the new work which east coast inland waterway: before ed with hyacinths that they have of the business. About four years

announced for representative againstE. had been planned for this year, dredging it deeper. not only been prevented from carry- ago he came to Clewiston and be-
L. Stewart of Clewiston who the board said, would have to wait "We are going places with our ing off flood waters but have actually came associated with both the

this. week made formal announcement because of the tremendous amount waterway," said Mr. Franklin .'after discharged flood waters back Royal Lumber Company and the
: o'f. his c candidacy for of. 'damage'--done tJ'pavements' in his ,talk '" lth- Cot:' Baiir-"I have' into the' lake. Royal Mercantile Companyand

reelec'uonMrs.. Nell Jackman and the state by the recent freeze. ,This worked all my life for this and The engineers, are anxious that secretary-treasurer of the corpora-

Dr. C. E. Weaver are candidates damage estimated at first at about believe, I will be here to see a the Everglades Drainage District, tion. He has handled all detailsof

for superintendent of public instruction half a million dollars has now waterway uP' the Caloosahatcheedeep the, Everglades Fire Control Dis- FHA work during the past years
r i and the incumbent S. A. been placed at nearly three mil- enough to accommodate full trict and individual farmers interested when so many Clewiston homes

,Graves, while he has not, announcedis lion dollars. sized ships. Lake Okeechobee would present, written or pral have been built with governmentloans.
expected to do so shortly; Dennis The delagation of county citizens make an ideal base for warshipsand testimony at this hearing. .
Small is as yet unopposed as tax also lodged a protest against cattle submarines, and I believe that Cleaning of these canals, if Mr. Bishop joined the Lumber
guards built recently 'across state the engineers are well aware weeks after
assessor.In army authorized by the war department, Company only a few
the Clewiston district, num- road culverts in the vicinity of of that fact." would help to flood uncultivatedareas :Mr. Wilson and succeded Shelby
I; ber '1 G. E. Etherton has announced LaBelle and so constructed that Members of the engineer party in the glades and prevent Connell as manager. His previous

I his candidacy for county _commissioner they fail to stop any cow wishingto were: General Robbins, Col. Bain, fires, furnish water for irrigationto experience in the lumber business,
I the incumbent D. G. Alston cross. They were assured 'that I Col. C. L. Hall, Col. E. A. Marjcs, farmers during dry periods and as manager of the Sebring branchof
i i having announced his intention of these would be rebuilt at once. ; Col. Malcomb Elliott, Col. R. 'A. help to preserve the fresh water I the Townsend Sash, Door and

retirement from politics; J. O. Wheeler, Capt. R. E. Coughlin, Col. supply of !lower east coast cities. Lumber Company, served him in
I Davidson is opposing the incumbent Local Boy Heads Watkins, Col. Tatnal Simpkins andJ. good stead and he made an instan-

I commissioner, Herbert. O'Bannon in B. Walker, board secretary. taneous success of the managership.Mr. .
district 2; Reeder Herron opposes Youth Christian Meet I i Registration Books : Bishop has lived in the lake

Blitz Wegman in district 3 and Democracy Day section since pioneer days and con-
Open to Free-holders
Arthur Peters has announced for James W. Beardsley, son of J. I tinues to reside on his farm near
the commission in district 5. Can- E. Beardsley of Clewiston, was Dinner At InnA. I Ritta where he also maintains a"
didates have announced in only named chairman of the 1941 all- Registration books for freeholders profitable poultry business and
two of the three school board districts cane as an independent
college Christian Youth Conference of the city of Clewiston are raises sugar
W. Lawrence, chairman of
1 Dillon Hall having announcedfor of Florida. Jim is a junior at the open now -at the City Hall, and grower.
re-election and Mrs. F. L. Dun- the Democracy Day committee which The two men are among the most
I University of Florida and was a Mrs. G. H. Small, who is in chargeof
away and M. O. Allen in district 1. is sponsoring a dinner at the Inn of ,Clewiston's businessmen
member .of the conference which the office, asks that all who are popular
\. tonight in observance of the day, and the success of their new.
1 has just closed its meeting in qualified as free-holders stop by
reported this morning that more I assured.
Dr Tatom's Funeral undertaking seems
Tallahassee at the Florida State and register.
College for Women. than a hundred reservations had The city office also has blanks Mr. Royal has given as his
been made for the dinner and I the lumber business -
Held In Lake Worth The meeting next spring will for application for homestead exemption reason for selling
Many had to be turned down. needs to devote more
also be held in Tallahassee and for both the city and state I that he
Miss Virginia Balkcom of Jack- The feature of the dinner will be and county taxes. These blanks of his time to his mercantile busi-

Dr. F. L. Tatom, 66, who prac- sonville, a Florida State College an address of Charles Francis should be filed before April first. I ness which includes several stores
ticed medicine in Clewiston for a student, was elected secretary. "Socker" Coe, well known speakerand Homestead exemption application in the lake area. He first entered
time in the early days' of the community's Other members: of the executive writer and a candidate for must be made every year.; The the lumber business here with
development, died Mondayin committee to serve with Mr. Beards-: United States Senator. The dinner i county tax assessor; Dennis Small I Arthur Wells of Belle Glade under
a North Florida hospital and ley and Miss Balkcom are Miss was postponed from Feb. 22, the has left a number of blanks for the firm name of Wells-Royal Lum-
funeral services were held Wednes- Elizabeth Linn, daughter of Rev. date set for the observance so I application for state and county I ber Company and they were also

day afternoon at the ,Smith Funeral Alexander Linn of Fort Myers, a that Mr. Coe might be present. exemption with Mrs. Small at the associated in the mercantile busi-

!}, Home in Lake Worth /with Dr. Florida State College student, Frank Another feature of the program city hall for the convenience of ness. The partnership was dissolved -
. Harry F. Henry, pastor of Calvary Condon of the University of Florida tonight will be several numbers by Clewiston residents who would four years ago and the Clewis-

I Methodist church officiating. Burialwas ; Miss Dorothy Lowe, Miss Laura the Plantation Choral group, a otherwise have to make a trip to ton lumber yard was retained,
in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Green of the University of Miami, chorus of thirty colored singers, LaBelle for the purpose. along'with the stores, by Mr. Royal,
West Palm Beach. I and Bill Gaventa of the Universityof who made a tremendous hit in their and has proven one of the most
1 ,Dr. Tatom moved to Lake Worth Tampa. appearance on a program prior to BASKETBALL SEASON TO I successful businesses in the com-

! in 1921 from Alabama. He received the President's Dinner last week. I CLOSE AT MOOHE HAVEN munity.
, his degree in medicine from FATHER FLYNN TO GIVE Arrangements have been made, by
Vanderbilt University and was a PRIZES FOR BEST ESSAY LADIES AID BENEFIT The Clewiston basketball teams Mr. Royal for the continued use
former member of the State Board will close the official season tonight of the warehouse facilities for his
i of Health. He spent several years I Fr. Lawrence J. Flynn is offer- I The annual benefit of the Ladies with games at Moore Haven stock of store goods until suitable
in the south lake area and played I ing $25.00 in cash prizes to the I Aid Society will be the card party and although the season has beena provision can be made for their

a big part in the territory's de- Clewiston senior high students who to be given next Wednesday,' March disastrous' one' so far as games removal.
I velopment. write the best essays on "Why I I 6th at the 0. A. Jones home. won and lost it finds both teams
I G. L Royal of Clewiston was a Am Proud To Be An American". are fifty" cents each., much stronger at the ,close of the OTTO LARSEN BEGINSCONSTRUCTION
pall bearer at the funeral. Others The first prize will be fifteen dollars -1 rickets season than at, the beginning. OF HOMEJ.

were L. L. Lamar, L. T. McGee, and the second ten. MINER ATTENDS MEETING One of the closest....games the; I
; Dr. A. L. Rowe, J. C. Engram and The contest is open to senior boys' team has played this year F. Tippey, local building con-'
: : Dr. Frank Mayer. high students. Essays must be confined C. E. Miner is leaving tomorrowto was on Tuesday night against the I tractor, began work the first of
Surviving relatives include his to 2500 words or less, type- attend a meeting' of the execu- strong Pahokee quintet'which ended this week on a new home for Otto
wife, Mrs. Mabel Tatom of Lake written on one side of paper and tive committee the state associa- 25-19 in favor of the Pahokeo Larsen which will adjoin the new
Worth, three daughters, Mrs. turned in to Prof. R. W. Turk : tion of school board members which boys. The Tigers outplayed their I home of W. H. Lanier on the west

Clarice Patterson, Atmore, Ala.; not later than May 1. Each paper will be held at two o'clock in opponents most of the way but on Crescent Drive.
Mrs. Lois Gonzales, Mobile, Ala.; will be judged solely on originalityand Jacksonville.Mr. were' outdistanced in the final The foundation has been 'laid out
Mrs. Eleanor Utter, Lake Worth; aptness of presentation. Fr. Miner is secretary of the quarter. Radish, Tiger guard was and the site cleaned off, further
brothers. and sisters, W. M. Tatom, Flynn ,and Mr. Turk will act as state organization. The meetingis high scorer with 12 points and work awaiting materials. Construction -
Los Angeles; Mrs. W., F. Graves, judges. primarily to' make plans for the Lang was second with five for details have not been announced -
} ;Wabasso; I. I. Tatom and I. J. The winners will not be an- state convention to be held in con- the locals. Spooner with eight and but It is understood that the'
Tatom of Lake Worth; Mrs. Mamie nounced until graduation night junction with the F. E. A. meet- A1fpaugh with six were high for new home will cost approximatelyX5,000.

Morrison, DeFuniak Springs when the prizes will be awarded. ing in Orlando next month. (Continued on' page 6). .

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Dental History CHEERFUL
Rescues Are Tops' in Drama THE CHERUB

u k Gives 'Whf of I h&ve &. verylonesome w. :

TeethBy But They're Soon Forgotten life...
The friends I've. I

Out of Sight Rescue efforts, successful or otherwise, make dramatic news pic never met I ..miss.It .

Mother You were a very tidy DR. JAMES. BARTON tures. Often they go down in history, but more often hero and victim Kelps my workto

boy not to throw your orange peelon (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) alike are soon forgotten, their fleeting moments of fame giving way next feel l this

" the floor of the bus. Where did the school report day to fresher news. Below: Whaleboat picking up survivors from a way

:, you put it? of, the WHEN that the majorityof coast guard plane whichcrashed I write szA poems

Johnny-In the pocket school children have some at sea with the loss ofpf f times like
':- man next to me. '
three lives. "
Bodies the three '
of '
: defects i'. .. this.
physical parents may ; "
(, scandal has to be victims sank with the planer a 'Y/ %? s
Nowadays a until ""
be alarmed R-rc: sf
really bad to be good. few after this picture
t, they see that 90 TODAY'SHEALTH was taken from the rescue vet zb ? y> cent of thesedefects .. !' ,'rray.w"wq + cYS {. ( 0
i. Any Suggestions? per sel nearby., 'I /

'';, Irate Parent-I'll teach you to make are decayed i. or: % '

l' love to my daughter, young man. teeth. As COLUMNthere WNU Service.

;, _. '. Suitor-I wish you would, sir. I'm .
.i. = not making much headway. are a num-

'-' ber of children who have defects -

_. SURE SIGN"How of the teeth, it would be :..
interesting to know how they 4ejiyL'r' ;

t't'flKa:: have preserved their teeth from

ill .. ;{ bravr' ,
.N ,
r:(, decay. j ? i\
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," Doctors H. G. Miller and D. i.S y4ti I 1:4'+Y S.' : irk
1 y.fi s
< M. R. Crombie in the Lancet a s ? i!
wp :?f ? due+1ra }s:' a.ewei.r./dx47Uw.'vro: :d'u.: a t t? 4 r/ 4 BABY CHICKS
tf London, tell of their endeavorto

trace some of the grosser ) C '-NoCrlJlvleslNoOullsl HEAVIES $$390 i

Wo Guarantee Lire Delivery. W Pay Postage
can you tell your wilt factors causing tooth decay. ATLAS CHICK CO.. St. Louis. Mo.
; wants money'' when she pouts likt They examined 25 children

that?" from ten to fourteen of Continually BLOOD TESTING and BREEDING i
the she her years for Big Eggs,Fast Growth Lone Life and Rapid :,
"By way purses up with teeth and Feathering produces chicks: of unusual Llvablllty. 1,
lips." age no decayed no .Growth Fast Feathering and Unlformlty.Inquire .
history of decay in their permanentteeth about our easy payment plan. 1
Writ today for catalogue and price list
and compared them with an MilfORD BREEDERS HATCKERYP kenlnep.O..Rockdaleld.[
i As She Said It ''i i
number of children
equal showing
"Is it true, Miss Lollop, thatyou're
severe or gross decay of teeth, but 9
>f' going to be married soon? NURSERIESNURSERY i
similar in other respects.
'' "No, it isn't.. But I'm very ,
'r': grateful for the rumor." Hygiene, Diet Important.; + STOCK: Fruit trees; big value.
Order today 6 peaches or 3 apples or 10 i
There was no difference as'far as grapes $1.00 plus 15c postpaid. Catalog f
Free. Hood's Nurseries, Richmond, Va.
: Tough on Daddy wealth or income was concerned 3 '.*l? i; ;!'

?: Little Winnie had,evidently been between the two S x.. .}.'"j,7 p + 4, '\ Above: Members of

thinking hard as she sat on moth-'' } groups, .but a point 2 t /r 5k! 3 ; ,;; ; s4>:' : :, 'L '' :J,, (3 searching, party low Irresistible (Minds .

er's knee before the fire. Presently % Sri: of importance appeared ; % 55 4''g
.'V she asked: .S '? % V to be that ;, t; w'tiP Ft er Roger Carne from It is interesting to note how l .
rLti: "'Xk e a Utah mountainside some minds almost to i f
\ t. : seem create
did children with bad
"Mother, why
you marry
daddy?" teeth were often the after youth had been themselves, springing'up under l

\. Mother looked at her sadly and 4y' younger members of Wt \ found, his leg broken every disadvantage, and working I

t' sighed: r4y> c; the family, whereas 1 t 4<.xt4f.y,1'' :' ..9..s/ sw :. :iz by a fall. He had been their solitary but irresistible' way

"So you've begun to wonder, too, those with good teeth .; 4s'rq\'l>'v;?r missing two days after through a thousand 'obstacles.--
$! < the .< .y'. Washington Irving.
have you? were frequently c4'< starting on a climbing

.r ,: first or oldest chil- '> :i: 'n/ trip into the mountain

: When a man makes money hand dren. y : 'ij > laa S y A wilderness.

over fist, it's his wife's job to f' xus. What are the les- ti I

Dr. Barton sons learned from .r r.i .
make fist, hand over money. NP
the above test?

First, that while it was helpfulto : 1
Owed for It
V have who had teeth 3 }t THROAT
; parents good }
; -' that's nice You're
: "My word, a suit a 1i
this: was not as important as the p Has cold made it hurt
: credit to your tailor. a i
"No, Pm afraid you're wrong. I am i proper' diet and proper health habits a.i.. eD 61S nc ;oS,( .f yr..faa,' rr.' 3 r"u'xf7 rH4. '. even to talk? Throat rough :;.:' ;,, : sand 1i

now a debit to.my,tailor." of the youngsters themselves.Thus scratchy? Get a box ofLuden
fruits and leafy vegetables and 'a.You'11 find Luden's F ::::.5.;:;:.'':'::' !::{< i
special ingredients,with : :rh
all dairy foods-milks, cream- butter cooling menthol, a great x ... h
INDIGESTBON -the protective foods, are of 'k aid in helping soothe that
great importance in preventing decay "sandpaper throatl"LUDEN'S
Sensational Relief from Indigestion :: 3 i
of teeth. Other health ,
good HrH : nf ?
r. (
V and One Dose Proves It ) 5* j I
If the first doso of this pleasant-tastiag llttlo habits affecting the teeth are outdoor \
black tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most
complete relief you have eiperienced tend bottlo play and proper rest. Menthol Cough Drops/ \
w tick to us and set DOUBLE MONEY BACK. This Above A ,
Beli-ans tablet belps tho stomach digest food. Second, that other things being : park guard (left)
yr makes the eiccis stomach fluids harmless and lets equal, natural infant feeding is bet- rescues a sportsman whose '5 '
you eat the nourishing foods you need. For heartburn
sick headache and upsets so often caused by ter than artificial feeding. boat turned over in the Schuyl- In the Name of Fashion I
+ excess stomach fluids making you feel sour and
sick all over-JUST ONE DOSE of Bell-aos proves Third, the absence of severe ill- kill river of Pennsylvania. A' Fashion-a word which knaves i

V speedy relief. 25c everywhere. ness and not having the infectious companion was drowned. and fools may use, their knaveryand i

ailments of children too early' also 7 folly to excuse.-Churchill.
Cause for Hope helped the teeth. Right: Arrow points to miner
preserve i'
being taken to the surface after
There is some hope of a man'sconversion a '

so long as he is capable Health 65-hour imprisonment. Hand. OUT OF SORTS?
Y' of loving something besides him- Everyday kerchief over eyes protects '

self.-Phillips. Liver them from light. Here Is Amazing Relief of
Depends on Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

)1 't It you thlnl-all laxatives
AS WE think of the heart ,we I{UII'/tff/fj act alike just try,thIs
-I' -= -I "'I all vegetable laxatives
NIGHT COUGHS realize that it has but one job-
So mild thorough, refreshing, invigorating Dependable
L'' pumping the blood-the stomach rolls I. relief from sick headaches bilious spells,
the food around so it can mix with tired feeling when associated with constipation.

DUE the stomach digestive juices, the kid- Without Risk druggist: Make the NR test from then

COLDS neys take wastes out of the blood and if not delighted, return the box to us. We will
: TO refund the purchase _
pass them down to the bladder, the Left: l Weight of sand kills price. That's fair., i .
small intestine absorbs nourishmentfrom Get:NR Tablets today. .. ,
: g ; :r.! New York worker. His son ('
: Need More
: Than "Salve"To
the food and it into '-.118
., passes it
: : tries feverishly to keep away
Quickly Relieve DISTRESS! t; c ; rt%v.
the blood stream. That is, every
' Before to bed rub throat ,< rifr yu '' ;, t4 from nostrils ivhile rescuers ProcrastinationWhilst
you go your organ has one or two jobs to do.
,.l I,' chest and back with warming, soothing Dr. Robert G. Contrell, Englewood, struggle to free him but invain. we deliberate how to be-
: You get such relief
i,' because Musterole is MORE QUICK than "just N. J., in Clinical Medicine and Sur- gin a thing, it grows too late to

r'a salve." It's a marvelous stimulating gery, says: begin Quintilian..

f "which helps break "Not so with the liver, for thereis
[ cp local congestion and pain due to colds.
: Its soothing hardly a part of the body that is Edge
vapors ease breathing. ,
;> V Used by millions for over 30 years! 3 not directly or indirectly affected by KENT{ I BLADES :ore EioEdgo: 10c

':.' strengths:Regular,Children's(mild)and the functioning or working of this
Extra Strong, 40#. Hospital Size, $3.00, large gland.

,'0'r' Liver Has Many Activities."It PHOTO ALBUM

: is conservatively stated that yi/ G i3 h'' WITH
the liver has from 60 to 100 distinct
t Roll a Prurt.. for
Dcrdotxd. Coupon rood
t..: activities and that every other im- 8 .Prau ud NonJry Photo Album: _:2 _
HRp r .,._....s N..h, Pluto. ARnuB.. V a
[- f>m portant system-circulation, diges-

tive, nervous and others-is definitely -

", influenced its activities." ZJC'U7
Best Medicos by f y' Y/' < { N .4n +loebl 4 S 2rL
All the blood from the
:,: The best doctors in the world
are Dr. Diet, Dr. Quiet and Dr.Merryman. apparatus-stomach and intestineis -
carried to the liver be
.-Jonathan Swift. to filtered I
and cleared of harmful substances

,. before it goes back to the heart to
be sent to lungs and thence to the

MSDDTllEM"'O"BURNS !irJ heart to be sent to all parts of the

@ body. The blood must not only get May. Warn of Disordered
rid of carbon dioxide and be v Action
WHITE' PETROLEUM JELLY en- % t. ;\ Kidney I
riched with oxygen by means of the J r Modern life with its hurry and worry
lungs, but before it can do all its ; Irregular habits, improper eating and

Greatest Flatterer work of building and maintainingthe ,, ?..f'. tion-throws drinking-its risk heavy of exposure strain on and the infec workof

Self-love is the greatest of all various tissues it is made fit by J/'F t Qiv, a ., the kidneys. They are apt to become
S / ! flatterers.
-La Rochefoucauld. the liver to destroy harmful prod / and other impurities from tho liCegivingblood.
ucts in other fluids of the body.It : ( .

has long been said that life depends headache You may, dizziness suffer,nagging getting: up backache nights

upon the liver; it might well .' 'r ay/ leg pains, swelling-feel constantly
/ ; > r 4 ;txe" l?a r' :.?? ?ox fax tired all worn out. Other signs .
GOOD nervous
// be said that "your everyday health of bladder disorder are sometimes -
kidney or
onuoSi0aE5 wSfiu):: L:1f''!'N : ,%S/ I
depends on the liver." ; / burning, scanty or too frequent

tAasEsOnlE Generally speaking, the liver proc- r f+\ urination.Try Doan's Pills. Doan's help the
iwdS L' esses can be kept "more active" by kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
Yu W.1Si.2G E exercises waste. They have had more than half a
bending keeping the knees >
century of public approval. Are recom-
t6C straight and by deep breathing ex mended by grateful users everywhere.Ask .
_tai ercises. For those who cannot exercise your neighbor!

the physician can now .
prescribe -
lllll S lessedRelce #
some safe and helpful
1939. Survivors of submarine Squalu
to make liver cells Most dramatic rescue of
active. brought to surface near Portsmouth in the navy's unique rescue bell.

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.....--...-- W 35 Miles Down
Jt Takes Desperate Action \ PROVED +

-To Correct SOJHS ConditionsInto Household ,The greatest depth at which en-
gineers have tapped for oil is just

L over three, miles. Seismographic
the infants school rushed an SUNDAY esson readings tell us that there is oil

excited woman, brandishing a
35 miles under the earth's surface,

heavy hammer. Bv HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. but with our present methods of
is Miss Davids?" she of The Institute
"Where Dean Moody.Bible
drilling cannot to this
of Chicago.: we hope tap
cried. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) store. Now oil experts have decided -
: i' The teacher named'fled, fright- that the more efficient of
: I ened. The principal said to the
two possible methods must be
''I! to Lesson for March 3
noisy visitor: "Madam, come used. Both of them do away with
, i .my room, where we can talk. the heavy, unwieldy shaft.

"Never! I've brought my ham- Lesson 'subJects and Scripture texts selected One method is to send down a
I to'use it! and copyrighted by International
and I'm going
mer Council motor which fits
of .Religious Education; .used by snugly againstthe
I'j I ''i You're going to see something! permission. sides of the well, and whichcan

My young rascal has ripped his .1: S 2 r... be driven by thin, steel-
breeches- encased wire. The other is to

I "But Miss Davids has ,nothing have small behind
I 'I i ,, Cti LESSON TEXT-Matthew 26:17-30 a water turbine
I to do with it!" wati n, j GOLDEN TEXT-ThIs do in remembrance the bit, and drive it by means of

"That's quite likely, but I'm not \,, rb .i iLK. t, Of me.-I Corinthians 11:24. water and mud, pumped at high
\ s. 4 r
going away until I've driven in the S pressure.

nail my boy tore himself on." Men sometimes stand at the cross-

roads of destiny quite unaware of

how: much hinges upon their choices
1 Why Scotland Yard { and actions. One wonders whetherthe

1,1 disciples realized that as the
I. 2Z'iyZNwS: ,
Scotland Yard got its name from Passover drew to its end and the HELLO, AMERICA/
r :; ;3 'ti great memorial feast of the new
the fact that its site was once '
occupied by a palace belonging to covenant was established, they were HOPE YOU RE

the kings of Scotland. They used witnessing the end of the old and the

:' their building as a home during beginning of the n*>w. It is certain ENJOINGSLOWBURNING

;1 visits to London. that Jesus did realize the high import -

: ( s The Metropolitan Police took of that hour. He knew He was r

over the site and the buildings of about to go to the cross, toward

;, Scotland Yard in the Nineteenth which the Passover had pointed CAMELS AS
throughout the centuries and backto
f century for use as headquarters
and thus the Yard gained its which cross we in the Lord's Sup-
II ent-day associations. A later per point as we remember -
(See Recipes Below)
His death until He comes.I. .
building, New Scotland Yard, today "

I houses an interesting crime The Last Passover (vv. 17-20). HEREIN
Ii it What Shall I Serve for
II museum. "Here we see the perfecting and
If you're planning a party for ANTARCTICA.CAMELS
v Dessert? St. Patrick's day, be sure to the passing'of the old economy and L .
the beginning of the The Pass-
For Sidewalk Supts. new.
watch for Eleanor Howe's column SURE
fj sweet" over was observed, the feast of
To most of "something
i 1 Grand Coulee dam in Washington next week. You'll find here sev-
the close of meal is as deliverance from slavery, the feastof
served at a
1 furnished, this past season, the important as the main dish itself. eral practical menus for that the exodus, the feast of hope. L GIVE THE

''I' newest improvement in accommodations For dessert, men undoubtedly havea Irish holiday, recipes tested in Men had kept it fitfully through the

',i "for "sidewalk those who superintendents like to- penchant for such substantial itemas Eleanor Howe's own kitchen, and long centuries, regularly at first and r 'EXT AS' IN

[ or pie, ice cream and chocolate suggestions for table decorations, then occasionally through the age of
watch construction work. It consisted '
I i' cake; but they seem to like the too. decadence. The King sat down to CIGARETTEPLEASURE
of 400
r of seats
a grandstand homey, less spectacular desserts almost keep it as one of the nation and the
and a speaker who, using an am-
as much. Baked apples, old- people. That was its last keepingin L /
described each of
plifier, Collier's.operation fashioned apple dumplings, rice pud- ange juice in which the remaining the economy of God, because all]

the workmen.- ding and fresh fruit desserts are % cup sugar has been dissolved. that it had foreshadowed was fulfilled -

masculine favorites and they're sim- Serve with whipped cream if de as He sat at the board, and

: ple enough to suit the youngsters of sired. all that it had pointed to found the MffW: )

! ARE YOU I IN ANY the family, too. You'll find sugges- Lemon Sauee. ultimate fulfillment in Him. He Coy

tions and recipes for the desserts 1 cup'sugar completed that of which the exodus

' : that father likes, in my cook book, grated, rind and juice of 1 lemon had but been the preparation. The

i OF THESE CLASSES? 'Feeding' Father." 2 egg yolks final exodus came by the way of I,

When you choose a dessert, con- 2 tablespoons cornstarch that cross to which He was going"

I 1. Do you suffer from Indigestion..constipation sider first the meal as a wholeisit 1 cup boiling water (Dr. G. Campbell Morgan).
, I ; belching gas dizziness or head- %
aches? B-L Tonic will help correct these substantial or light? If it's a teaspoon salt II. The Betrayal Predicted (vv.
conditions Quickly and easily when due to hearty, heavy meal, choose a light Add grated rind and juice of the 21-25).
functional ''
I 2. Are you causes.rundown always feel tired dessert, because appetites are likelyto lemon to the sugar. 'Beat egg yolks What precious fellowship the

I I weak, underweight? This often results be pretty well satisfied by the until light. MoisV twelve and their Lord must have
from simple anemic condition of the
a ten cornstarch
: time the dessert course appears. On had around that table in the
I I blood. In such cases B-L Tonic Nature upper
to enrich the blood thereby buildingup the other hand, if the meal'has been with a littlecoldwater room as they celebrated the great
I resistance to illness-such colds :; and add to
'restoring your your energy helping you as regain light, a hearty, satisfying sweet the beaten egg feast of their people. Think whata

,i necessary weight. This enrichment course is in order. shock came to them as in the
I of blood Is produced by Increasing your Choose dessert too to fit yolks. Mix thoroughly
and your. with lem- midst of this fellowship Jesus quietly -
appetite improving your digestion so
I you derive more nourishment from food. the general make-up of the meal. 'Si: .f on and mix- and, solemnly made the astonish
3. Must you get up frequently at night? Don't forget that contrast is impor- sugar ing prediction, "Verily, I say unto
Often'this arises from fermented waste in ture. Place in VERNON BOYD of theU.S.AntarcticFxpeditiora
I the Intestines. It causes the Intestines to tant. If you've had a fruit salad, double boiler, add you, that one of you shall betrayme. .. :. "'
swell and press against the kidneys and avoid serving a fruit dessert; if water and ." ;

I bladder and causes thus stiffness creating and the pain desire In to the get smallof up. Spanish rice or macaroni made up salt and cook, stirring boiling constantly, Their joy was changed to exceed a tip from the men of the

your back. B-L Tonic will bring quick the main dish of the meal don't servea until thickened. Serve hot. ingly great sorrow as they asked, TAKE Antarctic expedition com-
I I and easy relief by eliminating the fer- starchy sweet. "
mented material. Red Raspberry Snow Balls "Lord, is it I? Apparently Judas manded by Rear Admiral Richard
B-L Tonic contains no alcohol or other And speaking of desserts: when. (Makes 6 Snow Balls) had maintained such outward con- '
I E. Byrd: When it came to cigarettes,
i, I habit-forming drugs. Why not give It a your facilities for entertaining are'limited % butter duct as to turn no suspicion in his
trial? Get a bottle today from your drug- cup the expedition took Camels. Camels
'I gist. Only $1.25. See why millions of bottles why not plan a "dessert % cup sugar direction, even though all along he
I have been sold. Good for children too. party"? Invite your guests to skip 1 cup general purpose flour had in his heart the blackest of burn slower..give you more pleasureper

Refuse Send for substitutes.FREE booklet.Money back The B-L guarantee.Com- their dessert at home, and have it 1 teaspoon baking powder treachery against his Lord. It is a puff and more puffs per pack.

pany, Dept. S. Atlanta Ga. with you. Dessert, with a beverage, % teaspoon salt sad and soul-searching fact whichis

is all you serve-and you serve it % cup milk here revealed, that it is possiblefor

before the bridge playing or other 2 egg whites (beaten) one to make a high professionof
Success One's Aim "*
entertainment begins. Cream the butter. Add sugar and faith in Christ and even so to Lahore tory tests

Success lies not in achievingwhat Fruit Macaroon Dessert. ; beat well. Mix and sift flour, baking live as to give no cause for criti- .recent 2.5,0 1 sloWIn -

you aim at, but in aimingat (Serves 6) powder, and salt. Add alter cism, and 'yet to be unregenerateand cJ\M EI.S burned a'lerage of the

what you ought to achieve, and 3 cups canned fruit nately with the milk and then fold in fact the enemy of Christ. than the largest 5ell1 -
pressing forward, sure of achievement % flour in the beaten whites. Steam in er the
egg slower
cup Observe (v. 24) that while Jesus _
here, or if not here, here- % cup sugar small buttered molds for 30 to 35 was betrayed and went to the cross bends tes td That
OJ after.-R. F. Horton. minutes. Serve with red raspberrysauce. Ing of them-
teaspoon baking powder in fulfillment of prophecy, that fact than anY ayerage, a

% teaspoon salt did not in the slightest justify His S, on tbe to
Dumplings. tree
I 'RAWNESS 1 egg Apple enemies who brought it about (see. p Ius
2 flour srnotdng
Pour fruit and juice into shallow cups
Acts 2:23, R. V.).
vtlCHTHESSQUICOUB pan about 6 by 10 by 2 inches in 3 teaspoons baking powder
III.The First Communion ( 26-
% teaspoon salt vv. 1jJ1YlA
YOUR CHILD WITH SUPER-) n.. size. Sift together :% shortening 30).
[MEDICATED PENETRO. LET ITGE (r ''H. the flour, sugar, cup
: % cup milk Taking the unleavened bread and
[IN ITS GOOD WORK. FASTER. a 1 ''!! baking and salt. Add powder :% 'cup orange juice the unfermented wine of the Pass- ;7S/HQKES

BECAUSE ITCONTAINS2T03k 8J .. and unbeaten 6 tart, apples (medium size) over, which had just been observedby

TIMES MORE MEDICATION egg :Vz cup sugar Him for the last time, Jesus p1CIf1otr1ez
j; \ f;) ; mix well. Spread \
1 I nutmegcinnamon established a new feast. 'PER
THAN ANY OTHER SALVE '1: i ,'ti this mixture

SOLD NATIONALLY FOR .,;MCOLDS"MUSCULARACHES vy' t ., (which will be butter As we have already suggested, it
y I is a feast of remembrance. "Foras
very crumbly) Mix and sift ingredients and
dry often as ye eat this bread, and
AND NASAL M/SERIES./ over the fruit and' cut in shortening; add liquid. Roll drink this cup ye do show the Lord's
bake in a moderately hot oven (375 '
USE SUPER-MEDICATED I dough to quarter- death till He come" (I Cor. 11:26).
degrees) about 30 minutes.
inch' thickness cb1":
At the Lord's table His followersfind
Orange Torte. and cut in 4-inch a 1 1? strength in
spiritual remem-
(Serves 6)
squares. Pare y, bering His death for them, and they
J/fc butter' '
cup and core apples. )\r .
remember that
also find joy as they
Ours to Guide % cup granulated sugar ". .
Place one apple '-1<:... or. He is to come again. In doing so
Our thoughts and our conduct egg (separated) in center of each ::
I the world that
they testify to they
I are our own. IVi cups general purpose flour square and fill
believe in and cherish these truths.
teaspoon baking powder
center of apples
% teaspoon salt This feast is also rightly called
with mixture of
a I "
"communion, for down through the
% soda
sugar, cinnamonand FOR EXTRA MILDNESS
Vz buttermilk ages and until He does come the

:% cup cup dates (cut fine) with nutmeg.butter and Dot ....,, saints of God have at His table EXTRA COOLNESS

fort :% cup nut meats (cut fine)' pinch the four corners of the dough sweet communion, first of all with

iy imluSi 1 teaspoon lemon extract together.. Prick with a fork and Him, and then with one another.We EXTRA FLAVOR.
also note that our Lord spokeof
13 1 1
PERFORMANCE orange bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees -
s. Cream butter then the cup as "my blood of the new'
; ) for 30 to 40 minutes. Serve "
st CONDITION add % cup sugar.while beating con- with lemon sauce. testament. The word" "testament"means
flo stantly. ,Blend well and add beaten Have You Ordered Your Copy of "covenant. The Lord'stable CAMELtie

I 1rnDtQtnti' o HEALTHDrop egg yolk. Mix and sift together the 'Feeding Father' therefore. speaks of our alle-

flour, baking powder, salt, and soda. You'll find in this clever cook book giance to Him, of our loyalty to our
Add alternately with the butter- Lord, and our devotion to His serv-
-by Eleanor Howe, not only tested
milk, beginning and ending with the recipes for father's, favorite des- ice. The Christian church therefore -tie fMe7l #

feed Blacloncm's Lick-A-Brick in the flour mixture. Add dates and nuts, serts, but recipes for the other foods speaks of the communion service as
trough. Stock do the
rest. No
word from
drenching. No dosing. Animal lemon extract and orange pulp, reserving he likes, as well. There are "mas- a sacrament, a
keep in hoallhy working conditionNature's orange juice carefully. Foldin culine menus," too-dinners planned the Latin sacramentum, meaning /ltin7daca/
way. the beaten egg white. Place in especially for father-and hints on "oath," and essentially an oath of

I, "STOCK LICK IT-STOCK LIKE IT" small angel food or torte pan (well how to cook the foods he likes. Send allegiance.His .

SOLD ONE PRICE by leading. Southern. .Dealers. 25c greased). Bake in a moderate oven 10 cents in coin to "Feeding Father body was broken for us, His

If there is no Dealer near you write (350 degrees) for. approximately 35 ," care of Eleanor Howe, 919 blood was shed for the remission of,

direct toBLACKMAN to 40 minutes. After removing from North Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illi- our sins. We are bought with a Mean

.4 STOCK MEDICINE CO. oven allow cake to stand undisturbedin nois. You'll of "Feed price, we are not our own. There.*
your copy
, 23 .C. St.: Chattanooga, Tenn. .
the pan for 10 minutes. Then ing Father," by return mail. ,fore we are to glorify God with all A Saving to Youj
.-\I ':: ''K'.J\;,;1. RdtC/ ,K pour over it, by teaspoonfuls, the or- (Released by Western Newspaper Union. that we have and are. ,

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The Clewiston News off to be. published) while the for the United States Senate, has r what they can to relieve the suffering Cholera Serum And H

gardener's'mind is filled with plants just about decided to jump ,, into of innoce'qt war victims. The
and flowers. ; the Governor's race and if he does response from the Clewiston chapteris Virus Are Available I

Published every Friday in Clewiston: he'll muddy up the waters to where remarkable. Attached you will

Florida by tho CLEWISTON NEWS Florida must be enjoying the it will take a WPA project to find Bulletin No. 6 which describes I

Inc. "height of the season" just now if clarify them.: At this time former our activities through February 8. .. County Agent G. C. Hodge was

local judging standards are accu- Sholtz men are pretty well divided I[ ,think, you and your workers, will advised yesterday by State Veterin- I
Editor '
KEATOI.EV BOWDEN, rate. The tourists have flocked between Francis Whitehair and B. be interested in this report.
arian J. V. that hog cholera
through, and businesses that serve F. Paty and if Dave comes in it This will also acknowledge receipt Knapp

Entered as second class mall matter' them have been swamped. The Inn will leave some of them in an of the pattern we had loaned serum and virus would again be

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In did months businessin embarrassing position.In available free to after
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of three average' I you.With stockmen II
March 3, 1887.Subscription. 20 days according to Mrs. the sensational race,. Charlie I best wishes, Monday March 4.

Downs and restaurants drug stores Andrews seems to be' in the number Very sincerely yours Issuance of this free scrum

Rate $2.00 Per Year. filling stations have been equally one spot with Fred Cone close on his Nat C. 'Vilson.Assistant authorized by act of the legislature h

busy. heels and Jerry' Carter' third. In to manager was stopped by Governor Cone last I!
Advertising Rates On Application. spite of the general belief that Eastern area. August because of lack of funds. tr

As you probably know the U. S. Fred's health and age would be Another $25,000 has now been

Devoted to the advancement and welfare S. Corp., the Clewiston Motor Com- against him the old boy certainlyhas made available and the serum will

of Clewiston and Hendry County. pany and the Inn all have a Simi covered a lot of ground in the icI1I be issued so long as the appropriation -

plex machine with direct connectionto past few weeks and still packs a lasts. Applications may be '

The new post-office will soon the Tampa Western Union office mean "bellow". His Cracker friendsare made through the county agent's

and receieve their own telegrams still loyal and at the present office. f I
ready occupancy. '
direct from there. The Inn also
writing he seems to be the man l

Florida weather returned this receives and transmits messagesfor that Andrews has to beat. _. ,
week after an extended vacation. the general public after regular In spite of the bestowal of Dr. f < ,_ i' ,' "d '" : -' .' -- .- :_ ,

hours at the Clewiston Western genial
Townsend's blessing upon
Contrary to general belief the Union office. During the past Jerry Carter Townsendites are For The Best Food
license tag deadline wasn't ex- month more than 500 such mess-
pretty well divided; and no one can
tended to May 7. ages have been sent or receivedover : of the
say at the moment For The Best Service :
the Inn machine. And if you will
contenders poll
The shortage of political can- three leading i
didates in some of the other coun- stop to think of it that means a the bulk of the old folks' vote. At "; For The Best Prices
tremendous amount of activity in
ties hasn't affected the crop in best, it will be split for each man ,
the city' of Clewiston. I I
Hendry county. seems to have a good following
among the Townsend crowd from AMERICAN CAFE

May we add our congratulationsto We have been asked to remind those who will not permit them-

Ralph Bishop and Dick Wilson you of several duties as citizens selves to be led around or "soldin REGULAR MEALS SHORT ORDERS ,
and wish them every success with of this community: I bulk" by Doctor Townsend or ($::5.00 MEAL TICKET: FOR $4.50)

the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Com- Register if you are not already anybody else. Mrs. A. P. Wynn Text Door to Bank tl

pany. registered for the May primaries. While various organization lead- _. ..

Many acted too late to get reserva- Books at Alston's. See Parker. ers may boast of their ability to . -, ;.? ',-' : [:. : ::::. ":' :-, -, '- ./ t

Register if are a freeholder that, block veto .
you "deliver" this or
tions for dinner
the Democracy Day I

tonight. Only one hundred reserva- of ,Clewiston property at the Townsendite Union 0'I: any other ':N:N:..:..:..:.:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:.........................................
tions were permitted and these city hall. Only 12 of the more the fact still remains that members : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..2.:. /

than 200 free-holders were not content to y ,
were' quickly taken assuring the regis-I of such groups are ? y
tered at yesterday. See :. their leader, and a y
noon blindly follow .t' .
complete success of the affair. \
G. H. Small. rs'l surprising number of them will voteas :i: F e I ICI t a't.'t... :i: !

for home-stead exemption their own conscience dictates
The federal government is even Apply Y I IY
changing the seasons Restrictions if you are eligible for same. This after they have looked over the t

preventing further sugar harvest- must be done each' year and entire field and determined which :!= to Ralph Bishop and Dick Wilson} -Swell =i=

ing seem likely to force the sugar separately for city taxes and for candidate their better judgmenttells .h. ( '.- :t

house to shut down in the next state and county taxes. Mrs. Smallat them Is most entitled to their .. '

week or two thus bringing summer the city hall has blanks for suppport. :i: fellows to work' with. We're 'wishing for ::::: E!I

time both. so-called State-wide h ,
to this area before spring.RAMBLINGS Several new
h + i
Send a dollar if you have not Polls are in circulation and they .t. Y tf
already done so, to Mrs. J. A. Mc- are at such variance and so pa- + the Bishop-Wilson} Lumber Co., the great- .. r

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Gehee or Mrs. R. Y. Patterson for tently promotions or propagandathat ..t. ':' I.

Red Cross membership. It nobody but the dumbest politician :i: 't'
: for > ::
est the
attentionto ; success future. t tt
will only cost a one cent stamp pays the slightest ,;
: ::' '-: : i
/ : ::
and since the post office force is them. One' will show a certain '

By B. B. honest you would be safe to send candidate at the top of the list :.t.: I :.'0.;. ;,- ,: :;: i
with odds at'' ,2 to 1, and the next ; .;.

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:t(..:. cash.The Ladies Aid wouldn't mind encountered will show that same f'
your buying tickets to the card candidate at the bottom :with ,oddsat 1

We did have some very pertinentwe party which is to take the placeof 100 to 1. None agree' and as :L;: J. E., Beardsley 'f f'.: ,- I :_i::

( thought) r remarks to make the oyster supper., They are one newspaper aptly puts, it, "Theyare '.- : .1 .:.-
1 '; .
about the picture of two Tampa charging 50, cents,, but do not ex- just about as helpful'to the 'i" T I...'.y .i' ':

high school ,boys seated 'in a beau- pect to need another benefit and guy seeking unbiased information :.tt:. REAL ESTATE '-. :t:

ty parlor getting permanent waves. the prizes are lovely. as are the telegraph 'poles' along + JIM BEARDSLEY ART 't'
The P.-T. A. will the highway." LAWRENCE Y
The picture was an AP feature and hopes you soon Y 'Y
come out to the silver tea plannedfor offices :t: BETTY SPICER MILDRED
carried the caption: "No one seemsto In visiting newspaper DURST :X:

know how it all started but at later in' the month. We'll let throughout 'the state I find that .i h +

;' least half a dozen high school you know. but few papers have 'cast their lot + i'

', boys in Tampa Fla., have taken Get these little details attendedto with any particular candidate. Like ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:f
"::' to permanent waves, henna rinses right away and you'll be excusedfor most everyone else they are just .

and lots of other trappings in feeling virtuous. watching the show, trying to figure

,". milady's beauty parlor. The prin- out which way the cat will jump. I
cipal of their school said 'it seems While local publishers are moreor

:':. sort of silly but I hope they never .:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. less familiar' with the situationin

', do anything worse." their own communities, they must BEST BUY IN SHOES I"EVER MADE ;

: The season why we are not making depend on outside information for ,

";" those pertinent remarks was the Too Late To Classify the "low down" on the state as a '
c': basketball game here the other whole. I have been making care- YOU

J night when every member of the By RUSSELL KAY I ful note of what these individual

k. Clewiston BOYS team with . publishers tell me of the situationin
appeared ,. .v. . . . . . .
}- ( bright red fingernails. No one seems their own_ sections and after I

{. to know the reason if there was have had an opportunity to contact
PENSACOLA: Floridians who
i',; a reason but the high school girls haven't visited Pensacola during the I more of them in different sections c \ \

f may have the answer. of the state I, ,can begin to piece
past few years should do so. They
t. I the information gained togetherand
will be amazed at the development. "V
\; This week the weather tempts us try to make some kind of a
:: I hadn't been out here since the
:: to have the heavy suits cleaned and picture out of it. One difficulty, yf
Press Association met in Pensacolaa
; ;' put 'em away. We feel that we'll however is that the situation in a sJ
' little over two years ago.
never need them anymore. Florida given county or area will change c/cd\\

weather has returned to Florida, The town is livelier and peppier while a fellow is gathering data

:, and we are all happy about it. All than ever with much new construc- somewhere else so that by the I

these ladies who have been so busy tion in evidence. New industries time, it is tabulated on a statewide x

I party-ing the past few weeks have everywhere are in evidence and basis it cannot be absolutely depended -I J ,

> marched into the gardens hoe the change at the Naval Air Train- upon.Anyhow X : \\j\
ing Station is almost unbelievable.
in hand, and are finding plenty to folks I make no claimsas
' While visitors not .
\',' do. Lately all we've done is cut are ordinarly a prognosticator-all I knowis
admitted I was fortunate to be a
the roses and now we find grass what I hear and all I tell you is
member of Governor Cone's official HEN men's shoes enter the conversation at a
beginning' to grow in the flower what I have left in the way of information -

beds, and the ground is entirely Inspection party conducted'tour and enjoyed a after I've discounted, that "hen" party well, they must have something!
personally of the
f too dry for best results. Conse- ; ninety per cent. Yet that's
area. Numerous new buildings apparently happening. Because a lot of
quently we've been hoeing and
sprinkling away. It's cleaned the have benn constructed since I was our new customers claim their
,f Red Cross Official
last here and many others are under /
r weeds from the flowers and the wives suggested FORTUNE SIYUNG X 'I'I1F01lllrUNJE
construction for.I .
cobwebs from our brain. There's )
nothing like the ,outdoors to stimu came over here to attend the Tends Letter of ThanksThe SHOES to them. Smart girls, HARRY Cvirom eoanroi AISTONPARKINSON'S ,
State Convention of Young Demo- /,
late your soul. Now if someone : too. FORTUNES arc only$4!
crats and while they tell me there
would just organize a picnic and' following letter from a national -
are approximately 300 delegates on
invite us along!,
Red Cross official
hand, it appeared to me that they expresses
appreciation for the box of clothing -
are actually outnumbered by candidates -
Speaking of flowers the callas recently sent by the Clewiston
with almost as many OLD
;: are in bloom ,now, and they are democrats YOUNG chapter and Mrs. Duff wants all r
as ones in at-
lovely. The Inn gardens Mrs. tendance. who had a part in the work of
Anyhow there is plentyof
Kolstad and perhaps others have making .and sending the garmentsto
gray hair in evidence with considerable SHOM
had the unusual black calla in read it:
in the air.I .
bloom. The black calla is termedan
also came to the meeting hop- American Red Cross
exotic flower and we think that ing to get the "low down" on the Washington, D. C. $
description fits it perfectly. It is
present standing of candidates in February 26, 1940.
: unusual be called attractive beautiful and but might somehowit even the gubernatorial and senate races, Mrs. F. D. Duff- I ,.. AND UP

but it's still mighty hard to figure Production Chairman. "
doesn't' look like a flower. The ';,> > '
: \
out. From :
f given me Clewiston Fla. '/ "
stamen Is a true black but the .
by newspapermen and officials in My dear Mrs. Duff:
petal has a purplish cast to it.
West Florida counties, it appears We 'have been notified by the

that Holland and Whitehair are warehouse that the garments ship-
If all this
sounds spring-y, rem- '
out in. front taking the territoryas ped on February 2, were receivedon
ember that spring is in the air and '
a whole with Paty and Fuller the 5th. I hope your volunteershave Inc.
F that the
young man's fancy in
Warren the
next two in line. enjoyed this opportunity fora
r lightly turning to thoughts of love, As this is written reports are good will gesture through Red
Clewiston 'da"
(and some of them Flor
are even writing '
current that' Dave'Sholtz.,, who re- Cross channels to express their
poems about it, and sending them cently ,gave up the idea of running j sympathy: and willingness to do .

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Sugar Sub-Committee :will satisfactory' as .possible tall billinthe.hands: ( of the full committee Daytona Beach.. and at.t. e. University I for measuring and accrediting
II domestic sugar areas-in itself before this time. But the latest of. ,..Florida.: : The bulletins Florida schools will be explained '.:,
I Proceeds Cautiously 'a: major task-'ancLat the same time report, is: that the. subcommittee is to be prepared by these study and\ plans discussed! for .completion} ? :;
got draw too much. fire'from the "proceeding, ( very cautiously" inorder groups' will( also be discussed" at. of revised, standards next'. summer. ::0..
1., _- _- executive department of the federal .that, .(.ho new. bill '"will" con- the meeting, The new procedure! (Continued on" Page 10) "'';

.S Washington,. '., ,, D. .C.,. .March, -" 1The: government, it w-as. revealed. here tain as: few 'snags as possible.. I ,

bi-partisan Congressional, sugar sub- today.: 1" .' .. ,The greatest problem it is under .J
I committee is "proceeding cautious- Previous predictions .of. progress' stood, is what to do about the large S .
I ly" in an effort to draft a bill which would have placed the new sugaLet quota which was 'guaranteed Cuba AmPLE FUnDS
, j
1 I '. .. under the existing la v. Most of

I. the sugar .Congressmen feel that ._ _
CU: = '= ; 01
I 1 Cuba has received far too much con- '
j sideration, not only in the matterof
quotas,, but also in tariff prefer-
! entials, and practically all of them ,
Us evidently would like to. see the :

U.I) Cuban quota materially slashed.i .. ;,

1 L Su plyY With smack i And, up here against the the sugar powerful; group State runs.

: : Department which is almost certainto '.' .. .
: '. .bitterly contend against any .reduction r )
in the Cuban duty.,. The
,. ;" question then remains .just. how
.o,::.t-.J'. -.. ,'; : I far the Cuban quota can, be reduced, '

'.>', r. .- WINDOW CARDS '/,' and fierce how opposition without as running:'t'O sabotage into such the HOmf LOADSme :;

: whole sugar program. ,
: The next question is, jusf boi ._, .
: : to divide the increase in domestic .; :\h e r' ::
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: LETTERHEADSENVELOPES production that will be providedif your We'can helpyou.with'the ,
:t <.'.... Cuba's quota is slashed..' Indications -' F:(\a\c.e '\#P' : ";J.
1 ; : that Florida, Louisianaand \ "
: are R r "
..vjBILLHEADS f finest loan plan .
r.O .
( Puerto Rico will get most of '
. .. .. : f : in existence
'f> 'U any immediate increase since these ._. .rJ...._..__, .<._ .,/.j .';
) .' ... :f:., cane areas were most drastically '
\ ,'t ". :; d.: restricted, with gradual increase
J. }HANDBILLS y for the beet areas. I -- < ;".

,. ., ", ; / FlorIdians .
:: Naturally the and the '
.. .. Ci'etiFederal
..'.. \ ,.: : 7"c' ,. '., ..' ,'. Louisianans are' after, the interestof Sating
;<;; |-:.; TICKETS' ''; ,';:? ...their own' growers first' but
l ) '" ]L.J unless Puerto Rico, which is a U.
; : ; '" :
: ; : ETC. ; S. Possession, ,is.-also taken 'care of; and Loan Association:
, the bill likely will draw sharp fire

from the Interior Department, as .

At 'a price surprisingly low well the.State. Department, and the .......... ... . _,; ,,-,'
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,'_.J_-......'.....----. Too there is a feeling among'' the :..
.. sugar bloc that since Puerto Rico I.:.
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--ro=C'b ''''''''''''' '
was hit far too. hard by .the quotas, .
and is} a part of the United States, 1 1ISI J';'
it should be taken care of, at least
over Cuba, which is a foreign country ,_ GLEWISTON 60LF II

/ Duality. Printing ,' 'and one which isn't.too. well
liked anyway.: Any new bill presented -
c therefore will likely cut ': :r

Cuba's,;,L quota materially, ,provide t.=.1 COURSE .
6 _:. : iiPHONE immediate increase for Louisiana, ; ; ,
: FlorIda .arid Puerto;: Rico, and: gradual <.., .,;., I,
.increase's..fqr:,;the, beet. areas. i.d "::' :::

AND provide .for_ expanded. production.. .............. I ..::..

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1" School Officials To

Meet :
: Attend Arcadia y :: ''

, Tallahassee, -March 1-County.
:" Superintendent S. A. Graves .and = Open to the Public ] i_:

'7 .-" .' ''' ';. .... ; all principals of Hendry county have
'. been asked by Superintendent?
/ '
: ; Colin English to 'attenda: distr'icts .',

: ....: :.:: ; .,;, .. YOUR NEXT ORDER ho'of administrator conference ..:".
'. f.... r'._'1"\; at' Arcadia: l\Iarchl 9. The meetingwill ..'
open at 9:30 a. m. and closeat ::
4:00 p. m. The Florida programfor *f --... ;': '.' ". ..,;- '.'
improvement of schools will be !?' "

roCLEWISTON discussions the theme on of the developments conference in with the .t. : .: i"z\{: i i.

-f: Moderate ,
program and plans for the future. Greei Fees *
" NEWS Discussion of plans for the sum- '
::. Exceptional "
mer of 1940 will center around the ; Fairways :.:
workshops and principals' planning ,,
groups to be conducted at the Uni- Interesting
versity of Florida and Florida Col- .
lege for Women, and the Florida
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MARCH 1, 1940
I I I -
,- - -. .... tary school building since the mov- Hearts were, given by members of
: ". Applications Taken and all the Masses' .
'- -
I ing of the high school to the new the organization.The Weekday Mass every morning at

SCHOOL NEWS building. The auditorium is used program was arranged by For Census Jobs 8:00 'o'clock. -
only for their own programs and
Mrs. B. E. Herring and Mrs. V. C. Devotions in honor of
Thursday has been set as the day Woodward and was presented by I Perpetual Help Our Ladyof

Editor. _.... .. Dick Patterson for entertainment assemblies Each are conducted
Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. V. C.
Anyone desiring to apply for job Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol-
Assistant Editor..._. Doris Hodges grade takes turns in presenting a Woodward, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, as enumerator in the 1940 popula- lowed by Benediction of the Most

Sports Editor ._._ Dick Tarleton program and In the first round all Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. C. E. tion census which will soon beunder Blessed Sacrament.

Assistant Sports Editor programs will deal with the sub- Nail, Doris Hodges, Jack Waters, way, may do so by applying Religious Instruction Class for
Louise Leiter ject of health. The high school Mrs. H. E. Robinson, Mrs. L. C. immediately to Richard G. Key children .
Saturday morning at nine
Society __........_ Marie, Robbins assembly will continue to be on Miller, Rev. McLeroy, Mrs. W. H. district supervisor, 414 Marble here in Clewiston, and after Sunday
Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby: Friday morning. ; Warren, and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. Arcade, Lakeland, Florida, accord- Mass in Pahokee.

Humor ........_.... Ed Von Mach j Others attending were Mrs. C. ing to letter received by the News The
Mass schedule
Advisor ............_.......... Mr. Lado The new Spanish and English I Nelson, Mrs. Frank Cothern, Mrs. this week. 10:30 of Pahokee Is
every Sunday, excepting the
teacher has arrived and already I Ir I I. S. Bell, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.R. Mr. Key states that the applica- last Sunday of the month, when
'.-- -.- .--P' -. ,. -- ..:. r has won a host of friends, both J. Blount, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs. tion blanks must be filled out and Mass is at eight o'clock. The public

students and teachers. Dan Allen, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs.A. be sent back in the Lakeland officeon regardless of religious belief
HONOR ROLL FOR 5TH MONTH I Mrs. Miyares is a graduate of D. Dixon, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, or before March 6. Only appli- is always welcome in this church.,

First Grade: Bevoly Flaniken, the University of Tampa-and is Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. H. G. cants between the ages of 18 and

Elton McCall, Edwin Messer, Wayne I well qualified to teach both English McLeroy, Mrs. William Bolton, Mrs. 65 will be considered.rlm PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

Shelter, Jimmie Waters, Carol JoyAlston and Spanish.We Z. H. Shelley and Mrs. L. M. South Clewiston
dreadfully to lose Garrison.
were sorry
PatsMeredith, Rachel l
Miner, Mary Oliver, Eleanor Von Mr. Lado but we are glad to wel- !II Il II i l ill I !I III I IIIIIII! Ilf'il Il hi I Ifi Ih I] i Services Every Sunday:

Mach, Charles Adams. come Mrs. Miyares and we wish BASKETBALL SEASON-- mlmt'Churches Sunday school at 9:45.
I to assure her that we will give her : WITH THE Morning worship at 11

Second Grade: Not given. the cooperation she will need. I I 11 Young Peoples meeting, a.6 m.p. m.

Third. Grade: Charles Miner, (Continued From Page 1) Rev. M. M. Dudley; director.
Nadine Andrews, Alfred Dodge, I Pahokee.
BEARDSLBY FAMILY DINNER Evangelistic services; 7:30 p. m.
Christine Espenlaub. The Clewiston girls played the Lm"mlJlillllmtm
Fourth Grade: Clifford Beatty, COMPLEMENTS VISITORSMr. same night and were defeated 111 m"m'lmtmm" L I'' llil im d m.Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.

Harold Broaderick, Kim Kolstad, 39-12 with Jordan, Pahokee. forward FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Friday evening service 7:30 p.
Ernie Smith, Anthony Toulis, and Mrs. Dave McMakin and rolling up a score of twentytwo m.

Carline Berner, Kathryn Dyess, sons of Hinsdale, II!., who spent I points. Hooker with seven "The Friendly Church" The public is cordially invited to

Lillian Golden, Dick Schiffli, Mary; the week-end here with their sister, was high for Clewiston. attend all services. 1
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, were honored H. G. McLEROY, Pastor
Bussell. I In games at LaBelle last Friday I
Fifth Grade: Mary Ruth John- with a dinner party at the Clewis- I night the Tigerettes were defeated Sunday school 9:45 a. m.-B. .i 1

ton Inn Monday evening. 26-0 Yeomans of E. Herring, supt.
son, Charles Benbow, Mary Louise I with the LaBelle '
Thomas, Gene Doke. i 1 I Guests, who were members of team high scorer. The boys game Morning worship 11 a. m., sermon I 9mahappiLrum.... .

the Robbins and Beardsley families was a close one, LaBelle winning pastor. .
Sixth Grade
I included Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards- 16-12 with Hull doing most of the Monthly deacons meeting 3:00

Seventh Grade: Nick Schiffli. ley, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, scoring for his team. Redish with p. m. at the church. j

Eighth Grade: Marianne Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robbins, D. six and, Brantley with five were Training Union 6:15 p. m.-Arch !

Norma Bussell and Ernest Oliver. W. Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, high for the local quintet. Hodges, director. I

Ninth Grade: Betty Berg Elbert Jphn, Dan and Bruce Beardsley, Evening service 7:30, sermon- 'f

Hooker, Gloria McDuffie.Tenth Volney Robbins, Miss Marie Robbins pastor.

Grade: None given. I: and Mr. and Mrs. McMakin. Monthly business meeting of

Eleventh Grade: Julia Oglesby, c TO SELL church follows evening worship.

Renee Wethington, Audrey Mc- MRS. SMITH WINS HIGH Sunbeams Monday 3:30 p. m.

Laughlin. PRIZE AT BRIDGE CLUB 1 'EM, TELL at church Mrs. Herman Davis in

Twelfth Grade: Florence Graham, 'EMWith charge.Intermediate.
J. D. Hooker, Dick Patterson. Girls' Auxiliary
Mrs. R. N. Smith won high prize
Due to a change in the rules the An Ad Monday 3:30 with Mrs. McLeroy.
and Mrs. G. B. Thomas won cut
students in senior high making the Mid-week services' Wednesday,
prize at the afternoon bridge club
honor roll during this semester 7:30 p. m.Prayer .
which met at the home of Mrs.
will be required to have an A meeting 8:00 p. m. Wed- 9
William H. Lanier Wednesday. Both ,
average in their subjects insteadof nesday. Bring your Bible.
prizes were dress lengths. Mrs.
a B average as in the past. Junior Girls' Auxiliary meets
Thomas Gardhouse, of Louisville,
Because of unfortunate circum-' Wednesday 3:30 at church, Mrs. 5V1MGS
Ky., received a lovely handkerchiefas
stances we were not able to print ,Hodges in charge. '
she joined the players for re-
the honor roll for the second and freshments.Mrs. H O LLAN Children's hour at church :Friday : -

sixth grades. 3:45 pastor in charge.ST. .
Lanier served cake with ice 1 tf f HQr4r' ,

Mrs. Gardhouse, Mrs D. G. Alston, ; His candidacy is good news CHURCHRev.
The sophomores and freshmen of
Mrs. Keathley, Bowden, Mrs. J. W. to all Floridians who insist K5Y5
Clewiston High School enjoyed a
party on the ridge Thursday; eve- Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl upon ,intelligence, Integrity Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor'
Johnson and Mrs. L. C. Miller. Mass each Sunday morning at
ning. A good time was enjoyed by and statesmanship as Clewiston Federal
8 o'clock, excepting, the last Sun-
everyone.; Those present were qualifications for public / 11-.
GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS AT day of the month when the time is
Betty Berg, Gloria McDuffie, Mary; I LECTURE BY MRS. BIDDLE service.-Lakeland Ledger. 10:30. Savings and Loan
Johnson, Louise Roath, Edna Leiter,'
Confessions are heard every Sat-
: Louise Hollingsworth and Jack Association
I urday evening from 7:30 until '8:30
, Waters, Elbert Hooker, Arnold Several members the Clewis-
' Taylor, Jimmie Davis, Sonny i ton Garden Club attended a lecture

. Vaughn, Paul Slonaker, Bernard given by Mrs. Dorothy Biddle at I .:..:..;.:NN;.:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:H:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .. ..............
Leiter, Junior Waters, John Bethea, I the West Palm Beach Woman's I .::::..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:"..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::..::..::..::..:..:..:..);

: .' Hagar Lowe, Carlton Prevatt, Club Monday afternoon. Mrs. '1.f ,_,_,
.;....:.. Charles Turner and Paul Pullen. Biddle is an authority on flower ..:.....i... :;:'';.'
; Mr. Hall and Mrs. Miyares were arrangements and table settingsand YV:
-f chaperones. has written several interesting :!::=: :;:::
.- books of these subjects. Her topic \
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';: ....
I Monday was "Table Settings Stress- :
: ''
::' ing Color." I .i"i' -. ::: :
This month the members of the -: :i:
;' Attending from Clewiston were Ih:;: : ..< .. : *
biology class are working -
on pro- I
Mrs. Willard Simpson, Mrs. F. : :
jects. Some are writing to the :: !. /. .
Deane Duff, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. '

& capitols get samples of the of forty-eight soil, some states are col to I H. C. Kolstad, Mrs.' Keathley 1 :t;::=: ':, : :, ;,',: i ::
Bowden and Mrs C. J. Neilson. HOM :.
( '
lecting leaves and some are goingto I 'i"t': ,; .: :::
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make houses. .
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I DAY PARTY CELEBRATESBOBBY .:":. .- '."-'-. .. -" -, ...' ,.,'J.-'f- ':..,.', '- .. .:..:.
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f A "Back To School" night for .
Bobby Berner, who born vv
was on
Prof.the parents Turk and is being the date arranged will by be leap year day 1932, celebrated his :i: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;::;:

; announced soon, probably in next second real birthday yesterday ** takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :i::;:

t the weeks'meeting paper.is two-fold The purpose that of home afternoon of his with parents a ,party Mr. and at Mrs.the :::;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :;::!:
; so ..
.:..:. .t' :
Carl H. Berner.
the parent may have the opportunity ;years old. was eight .i.+ and economlca 11 y. :ti:::

of meeting each teacher person- vv..
Mrs. Berner chose .. .
a red and .
ally and for the (
familiar with the public course to of be study made, white color scheme for the party; 1':!:. One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :ii:::

and the work yet to done be completed.to date, being done the and 'cake the table was was decorated lighted with by red red :'t"::::!: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light' or operate :J.i:+.:.

;I' A regular school day will be candles. At each plate was a :_::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is. :;::;:

;; carried the regular out number in the of program class periods.with bow candied on its apple stem.with a red and white :..t.;:.:.=;.: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::.:..:

i The difference will be that the Invited to help with the celebration .:..:. "::..:.

periods will be cut to ten minutes were Richard Knight, Jimmy :ii::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home .:i.:::
instead of the customary 45. Dur Johnson, Shirley Benbow, Corinne .:oot. : ...
'' ing the first or activity period a i Von Mach, Gloria and Betty Mc- .:..i. that is all electric and mo d ern. :::'i'v ,

play will be presented. Duffie, Harriet and Carol Alston, yy Ayy
Anne Prewitt, Sally Graham, Grace A I I

CITIZENSHIP CANDIDATE Ward, Bobby Smith, Shirley Owen, YV A A::

Florence Graham was chosen this Ronald Charles Hare and, Mary Rachel Louise Miner Thomas, Gene, :i:::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ::

week, by vote of the senior high Land 1'. .t..:.
Harry '
school, to represent Clewiston i'a Vaughn, Dick and !. .:oot.
John Schiffli, Kim Kolstad, Kay;
contest sponsored by the Daugh and Paul Bowden, Gene and Bub 3:: ::*
ters of the American Revolutionto Mills, Mary Katherine :;:: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .,
Dyess, Volney
r:. send one girl from each state to ++ .2..i.:
Robbins, Skippy Cothern, Joe
Washington each. year for a three- xy .=.....
Y and Lionel and Clifford : 't.
day tour with all expenses paid. yy I AAvy

r' The candidate from each school Beatty. ''.. .AA:..:.
?:: : is chosen by popular vote of the YY: .I. .?.AV

student body on the basis of de "MISSIONARY HEARTS" TOPIC ? A.s.

> pendability, service, leadership and I OP BJAPTIST "'. M. S. PROGRAM. : T .Vy.... ."..
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,:::-. the patriotism.highest vote The are three considered receiving by I Appropriate he month of February !

the faculty and from these three the ; was the program Tues-I' n Glades Power and Light Co. tl:_ :

one is chosen. The state winner I Baptist Missionary Society

t f is chosen by drawing from this J I day afternoon which was arranged I .'l.;' .. ++
F C..: group of candidates from the various I inn the topic "Mission-in! "ar-". .: : :' AA
schools of the state. : The various talks on Faithful Hearts, .yy.... .:..:.

I Flaming Hearts, Consecrated 'i"t.i _AA:..t.. J

conducted The old strictly school building- is tieing Hearts-' Awaking. Hearts, Ministering -,,i..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:.....:-:..:..:..:.....: ..:..:..:--:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...H...:..:".I1..:..:..: :.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.:..Ai. ...
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: Mrs. John P. Higgins, :who is visit- BRIDGE CLUB 'VEDNESDAYI WITH PARTIES FOR GUESTSMrs. '

' il [ Personals J ing here from Miami is confinedto Mrs. John Elmore entertained R. Y. Patterson entertainedwith POWER 250-285 CANE gallons juice MILL-Capacity per hour. ,-,;
from recent
her bed recovering a
members of her bridge club at her card parties Thursday night Cheap for quick cash sale. Mrs. .

operation for removal of the ap home Wednesday' afternoon. Her and Friday afternoon for some Mary Hancock San Antonio Fla. :,
i pendix.Mr. mother, Mrs. T. C. Ellis, of Alva; visiting friends. On Thursday she

, I Jones Bryan of Tampa was a was a guest and received a Pyrex complimented Mrs. J. W. Caston-

Clewiston Friday. and Mrs. Warren C. Wright pie plate as remembrance. A set guay and Miss Harriette Hayward.Mrs. .
i visitor in J. M. COUSE
of Old Spice went to Mrs. V. C.
who have been visiting since November Mills won first prize for

i Mrs. Nell H. Jackmau and son with their daughter, Mrs. Woodward for high score, a kitchen I ladies and received a package of ,Counselor and Attorney at Law
reminder to Mrs. Ellis for low ,
Danny Saturday in Clewiston. left gift wrappings, Mr. Scharnberg was Hopkins Building -
spent her
Gideon Brown and family,
score, and Old Spice talcum to
I high for men and won a'desk pad; Wednesdays and Saturdajs
Tuesday for their home in Clinton Mrs. G. E. 'Etherton who held the the honorees were
given boxes of
j i Harry DeLaneyand J. O. Alderman 9:80: to 4:00 .
Indiana. travelling prize., I powder.
,:j of LaBelle were visitors here
i, Salad, cookies and Coffee were Sandwiches cake and coffee were

i'i,' Sunday. Miss Mary Peacock of Miami is served by Mrs. Elmore to Mrs. served to Mr .and Mrs. ,H. J. B.
this week in Clewiston Ellis, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. V.
' spending Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. OFFICE MACHINE SERVICECO.
II Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Edgerton left visiting Miss Ruth Knight. The 'I''I C. Woodward Mrs. R. M. Hare, Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, .

1[:' Monday after a two weeks' stay two girls were room-mates for I jr., Mrs. A. C. Carleton, Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. B. WILCOX
'1i- at the Clewiston Inn. I E. Miner and Mrs. Etherton. Castonguay and Miss Hayward. Typewriter and Adding; Machine
three years at Florida State College I Repairs and Service
Friday afternoon the guests in- Also Sign of All Kinds:
I I j Mrs. Olin Carleton and Mrs. W. for Women.Mr. I JOHNNY NIBLACK CELEBRATES1ST vited were Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Miss Box 401 ;

::: F. Simpson visited Mr. and Mrs. BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY Abbie Metzger, Mrs. J. F. Morrison .
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley
; W. B. Gate in Belle Glade Sunday. and I Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs.I
had their guests over the Mrs. J: Grady Niblack gave a 'i
as Fred Henriksen, Mrs. M. L. Arnold,
Wednesday for'her FOR MODERN PLUMBINGSee
week-I birthday party
Beardsley's Mrs. H. T. Vaughn Mrs. P. C.
Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. H. end Mrs. .
small Johnny, his first ,
i son, on Tarleton .
.H. Watkins were visitors in Palm law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Davis birthday, inviting as guests babies I Mrs. C. Owen Mrs. W. 13'', McCOLLUM
McMakin and their two sons, of W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. J. W.
Beach Monday. between the of 11 and 14
Ill ages Ezelle. Mrs. Owen received gift Plumbing and Heating .
months and their mothers.
i I wrappings as high prize and the Schnit Apartments

Mrs. F. M. Barbee Moore Haven L. F. Scharfschwerdt of Okeechobee The little folks played indoors guests were given boxes of sachet Clewiston Florida

and her guest of Philadelphia visit- spent the week-end in Clewiston and on the lawn where pictureswere talcum. A salad course was served.

I ed friends in Clewiston Monday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Owens taken and refreshments of I II
Ii Ice cream and cake were served. CHOP SUEY SUPPER GIVEN
i and Mrs. Ruth B. Owens.' Mrs. T. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
' Mrs. E. E. Kelly spent Saturday B. Owens returned to Okeechobeewith I Party favors were distributed to FOR EVENING BRIDGE CLUB ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS_

: in Avon Park visiting her sister, him and is visiting her mother, j the guests. Those attending were
Jay Carol Miner, accompanied by Mrs. Alston entertained her Maps -
Mrs. J. M. Smith. Mrs. C. R. Beauchamp, for a few I I
weeks. his aunt, Mrs. Harry Knight, Dale bridge club Thursday evening witha JOHN H. DOTY

Bert Turner of Avon Park spent Rosenberg, Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg, chop suey supper and bridge Engineering Consultant
PRESSLEY HOSTESSAT Gale Curry, Mrs. J. F. Curry, Anita I party. High score was made by
I few here '' with his MRS. J. H. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
a days EVENING BRIDGE FRIDAY Cuttino, Mrs. B. H. Cuttino, Sandra Mrs. Harry Turner who receiveda

brother H. H. Turner. --- Jones, Mrs. ',H. C. Jones, David Pyrex casserole, Mrs. Blanche

Mrs. J., H. Pressley entertainedwith Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Darryl Turner won a utility dish for
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Miami Wayne Guthrie, Mrs. Harvey second high score.
a bridge party Friday evening Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses
visited her daughter, Mrs. G. E. at, their home on the government I I Guthrie Bernie Herring and Mrs.B. Others playing were Mrs. C. E. Fitted and Repaired Duplicated

Etherton yesterday. reservation. E. Herring. I I I Nall, Mrs. R. C. Nowllng, Mrs. B. DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist

Miss Abbie Metzger received a J. Schroeder, Miss Mae Palmer,
( Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Couch, of pair of pictures for high prize VISITORS HOSTESS AT Mrs. W. H. Lanier and .Mrs. R. C. Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade

Grant,',Florida, are business visitorsin Mrs. Grace Patterson, a set of ice PARTY AT INN TUESDAY Wilson. Fort M j'cm, Florida
Successor to K. H. OakleyJohnson's
Clewiston. box covers for low prize for ladies.C. .
I Mrs. Grace Patterson and Miss
T. Hurst won handkerchiefs as FOR SALE
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Margaret: high prize for men and F. 'M. 'I Abbie Metzger' entertained with a LOT 14, Block 505. Near R. R.

1 Von Mach and Mrs. Frank O'Brien Rodriguez shaving lotion as con- bridge-luncheon at the ClewistonInn Station. Clewiston. Mrs. ThomasH.

spent the week-end in Miami. solation. Tuesday. Following the lunch- Dawson 827 11th Street, North, Fish CampNear

Fruit jello cake and coffee were eon several progressions of bridge St. Petersburg Florida.
Mrs. C. L. Do\vns., Mrs. J. W. served to Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hurst were played. ( Hurricane Gate)

Ezelle, Mrs. F., D. Duff and Martin Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell, Mr. High prize was won by Mrs. R. WANTED: To contact party who I Clewiston, Fla.

Timberlake spent' Saturday in I and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Miss Y. Patterson, second by Mrs. E. C. visited my place, Vz mile off U. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Miami. I Mills and low by Mrs. H. R. Hall, I Rates Reasonable
Abbie Metzger Mrs. Grace Patterson S. highway 41. Feb. 9, and lookedat
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mrs. E. W. Durst won the travelling power cane-mill. Mrs. Mary Han- W. H. Johnson, :Mgr.
H. C. Kolstad made a business Don Terrell. prize. cock. San Antonio, Florida. I
trip to Miami Saturday. His son, The guest list included Mrs. H.

Kim, accompanied him to West M ES. KING ENTERTAINS FOR T. Vaughn, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, A
f Palm Beach. BRIDGE Mrs.' F. Deane Duff, Mrs. C. T.
Hurst Mrs., Fred .Henriksen Mrs., '. ..
Judge and' Mrs. H. Watkins of Mrs. W. Dean Xing entertainedwith W. D. King, Mrs. E. W. Durst, A and B

'. Anderson, S. C. have left for their a delightful dessert bridge Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. ,J. F. SANDWICH SHOPHAM
home after a pleasant stay of a party at her home Saturday afternoon Morrison, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.
'week at the Clewiston Inn. three W. P. Vaughn, sr., 'Mrs. W. P.
the party complimenting HAMBURGER
Vaughn, jr., Mrs. J. H. Pressley, i ,
visitors, Mrs. Thomas Gardhouse, SANDWICH SANDWICH
Mrs. Ella Chappell of Richmond, her Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Thomas Try
of Louisville, who is visiting lOc 10c
Ga. and her daughter, Mrs. M. F. sister, Mrs. H. R. Hall and Miss Gardhouse, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez,
McGee of Sebring, visited friendsin Abbie Metzger and Mrs. Grace Mrs. J. W. Castonguay ', Mrs. H. J. OUR SPECIAL 5c HOT DOG

Clewiston Saturday. Patterson, of Emporium who are B. Scharnberg and Mrs. J. W. CIGARETTES TOBACCOS CANDIES

Mrs. C. T. Hurst. Moran.
I Mrs. Edna V. Stone arrived 'Friday visiting A pair of book-ends was presented Bowl At The A & B Alleys
from Prescott, Arizona, for
Mrs. H. Vaughn, who won '
to 1-
FOR RENT Two sleeping
visit with her brother, H. A. Bestor rooms. "
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high prize, and a pair of picturesto Phone 76. F. L. Williamson. tf. '" ,-- -- -
and Mrs. Bestor. -
Mrs. E. C. Mills who won second
prize. Mrs. W. W. Perry won .

.j Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. Grace doilies for the traveling prize, and I ..'...tt, ..i..tt..te..l..tt..tt"!"!"!"!".'"!".... ........................................................ ..............................................................................................................................................................................:..
Patterson and Miss Abbie Metzger
Mrs. C. T. Hurst pot holders for
.. spent Wednesday and Thursday in low score.. Each of the three visit- I '

Key West. ors were given remembrances of l" '
Ij IjI
guava paste. ANNOUNCEMENT
Mrs. Christina Bulke of Staten Ice cream, cookies and coffee II i
Island, New York arrived Thurs-
were served by the hostess to Mrs. \ ., .. :.::
day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I ." J" .."
Gardhouse Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Patterson i .. 'j i, \ .i.
H. J. B. I '
Scharnberg. Miss Metzger Mrs. Hurst, Mrs. :: :::
!r. Vaughn Mrs. Perry, Mrs. E. W. ?..
:; ,. "
Oliver I "
Scharnberg, of Boston, is
" expected to arrive tomorrow for a W.Durst H., Mrs.Lanier F. Mrs.M. Rodriguez R. C. Wilson Mrs., :i:: We have purchased the Royal Lumber Company's stock and ::
short visit with his Mr.
.;, parents Mrs. C. E. Nail and Mrs. Mills.
and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg. 1 will operate the business in the future. :_.:

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, and OP SOCIAL FOR STUDY GROUP .2.
their guest, Miss Harriette Hay-I ?.2.s
," '
;, ... ", ward, Mrs. O. A. Jones and, Mari-1 A social hour was enjoyed at the :_: Our contacts with the people of Clewiston and the surrounding ::
anne Jones were Saturday. visitors home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. i
: in Miami. I Broadfoot Wednesday evening for y
" ;" f'I' members of the study group which area during several years'connection with the Lumber Company ::::

1'- '' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henriksen had just completed the course on .i.

:.....,'" accompanied their daughter, Mrs. "Give Ye Them To Eat" taught by I have made us many friends and acquaintances and we sincerely :;:
: M. L. Arnold to West Palm Beach Rev. H. G. McLeroy, following

tf\-. : Sunday. Mrs. Arnold left by train prayer meeting .each Wednesday
::... ti for her home in Caliente, Nevada. evening. hope that.: these will ,remain wit h us in future dealings as our i

., Games and contests resulted in I y.j.

, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg accom- prizes being awarded Mrs. V. C. II;_; customers and friends. :i:
,. panied her guest, Mrs. J. W. Caston- Woodward, Mrs W. H. Warren and +
-;' guay of Chicago, to West Palm Mrs. L. M. Garrison. I y
::1- :. ), y
: Beach Wednesday, Mrs. Castonguay Punch and cookies were servedby
leaving for her home ,on that day. Mrs. Broadfoot to Mrs. W, T. I:: We will continue to handle the same high grade building materials ::

\ Wheeless Mr. and Mrs. Herman ...

''' Elbert L. Stewart and Keathley Davis, Rev. and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy,. ::: as in the past and will strive constantly to give even better ::
Bowden, of Clewiston' and R. N. Mrs. C. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ..
Miller of LaBelle attended a meet- Dodge, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. i :
ing of the state road departmentheld Arch Hodges, Mrs. W. J. Robinson, :j i: service, thus doing our share in the building of a greater City of :i:

in DeLand Wednesday. Mrs.: E. E. Kelly Mrs. R. L. Merritt, y

," i Mrs. C. W. Simmons and Mr. and :;: Clewiston. :;:
Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. ''Moran are Mrs. A. H. King. .t.
spending this week in New Orleans, '

where Mr. Moran is attending a MRS. SCHIFFLI HOSTESS AT i ..

sugar hearing conducted by the DINNER PARTY FOR VISITORSMrs. :: WE INVITE YOUR, PATRONAGE ... :;%
federal department of agriculture. J y

O. F. Schiftli entertained '
Mrs. Grace Patterson is leaving three out-of-town visitors and their : ,\ .....
tomorrow for her home in Emporium hostesses with a dinner and bridge \ ?
Pennsylvania., She will be I y
party given at Cypress Lodge at '- 1 ..ii -

joined Herbert in Day Lake, his City daughter by her uncle and, Port Mayacca guests were Friday Mrs.afternoon.The J. W. .Cas- :i: RALPH BISHOP ..DICK WILSONtfrK :=:=

,w granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Grose ,tonguay, Miss Harriette HaywardMrs. !
and Carolyn Grose who will return Max L. Arnold, Mrs. H. J. B. :: .. ...
to Emporium with her after Scbarnberg, Mrs. M. W. Bigg,. and :

a tour ,of Florida, 1 M9 Fred Henriksen. ::: .. .. . '. ..""..""............................................."'.................. .........'...':>
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Wise and Otherwise_ .

When: a girl in her early

.THE GIFT WIFE. .: twenties has a birthday she
sometimes takes a day off. Aft-

eO < er that she usually takes a year '

, \ off.A
man starts out with a big
resolve on Monday and beforehe

gets fairly well started, it is

' By RUPERT HUGHES Saturday.The .

RUPERT HUGHES-WNU SERVICE fellow who got up at dawn to
see the sun rise couldn't have chosena
better time.Puppy .

'::. CHAPTER VIII-Continued Jebb.insisted. "And not Cecilia, but He is.not so wprse, I theenk, huh?" I -was still wearing the great swordof love is the beginningof
-10- I Cynthia." "It is beautiful," said'Jebb, Othman. But it was after the a, dog's life.

,Rosen tossed the circular to Jebb: though he could not imagine a more people from Salonica had come down England complains an inferior -
;.' To Jebb's eyes the man was utter- doleful and made him call back the Consti-
"Oh Lord, Oh Lord! Jebb spot. foreign product being J
ly a stranger, but Mr. Rosen smile began no- groaned, "they've misspelled the "It is not soch a dam racket out tution. He took it off the ice-see?, sold as British steel. Forged ;
r sooner saw Jebb a And name." He looked further. "And here as in New York.Ceety, eh? For "When feerst the Young Turks is steel? I
;: to quirk his mouth corners. got the description wrong! She long tam I had a how they say-a come to town some of the ladies II I

: his greeting was: doesn't look' a bit like that! The hash-house on Washeenton Street. think everytheeng going to be turned '1 1
; "What's the, trouble search,.has been useless, useless." Yes. I get lots of the long green ,in upsidown. They throw off the yil 1'1
r', "Oh-you refer" to the time I was Suddenly Rosen was startled by a America and I buy that leetle hash- dirma and go out to the streets, even White Embroidery .,
here before. .
i'' idea house from an Osmanli who is home- ,to the theater. Some of them ride
" < new :
: "Naturally. seeck for Stamboul. Bine-by I get in carriage with their husbands. On a Dark Color
t Jebb stood in embarrassment. "You say the child's real name
the homeseeck too. Some of them hats from
wear beeg
x' "You haven't lost passport was not Baxter, but Thatcher?" ":
t ; your "So at last I sell out for big pile ,Paris. This make the releegious By,RUTH WYETH SPEARS \
"Yes Thatcher.
:: have ?
you of dough and come home. Eet ees people mad like what if in New York
t'"I'm afraid I have." "Any relation tohe put his not such a much business here, butI all the ladies is wear bathing suitson CROSS-STITCH is combined here
i: "Well it hasn't been found. If it plain stitches to '
hand out to another pigeonhole for a running
can rest and theenk. Eet is a Broodway, ?
e : turned the police would have forwarded yes make a smart luncheon cloth that r
up card, "to John Thatcher, of Ber- small walk out to the beeg fields
'r it to must be "Me and some pals is stopping a may be ,embroidered in
I us. Say, you lin? where the tombstones is nice to seeton quickly .
<;, as rich as you say, for you pay "That's her father." and smoke and dream the nice carriage and telling a lady she bet- coarse white embroidery thread.
:'r-:' fines just for the fun of it. Where "Is that so?" ter go home and put on her veil orshe's The material may be broadclothor
long dream. And she is out there,
been all this while Mr.- goin' to be very sorry. She other smooth-finish
have cotton.
"Yes. How did his
you get. my little hanim what I breeng from is educated Osmanli lady she,
Mr.- ?" ; color is a deep maroon, and the
to Tierpent' makes poetry and writes a maga- white design is
"Are trying effective
you say very on
like this. A few weeks "You
?" "It was brought your wife from zine, but she read too many French this backgro"und.
a Turk who keeps a little khanIn America?" Jebb inquired politely.
ago novels she out in the high- '
"That's it, Mr.-Vanderbilt Pier- goes ,. This cloth is made of two 1-
the outskirts of town came in "Evvet, effendim-I mean, sure,
heel shoes the tight clothes the
eh? over yard lengths of 36-inch-wide mate- I
pont, with Gladstone Mike I her. She is dancerin
here a bag- breeng '
immoral corsets-and her' face is
"' Jebb nodded. "Tell me, Mr. Ro- rial. Split one piece lengthwise
"A Gladstone bag? music hall on Bowery.
naked. She is when tear I
remember that little child I scream we
sen, you "
"Yes, same style as the one you "A Turkish dancer? L
off her big feathers. First theengI
had with the time me? CROSS-STITCH OVER I
x me you saw f
child carried, now that I come to think of "Not on your life, Bo. She is pure know, somebody grabs me. I turn COARSE CANVAS.PUlL
"Child? No. You had no '
it. The Turk-Hafiz Mustafa his American blood from the OUT
was ; comes CANVAS
round it is and 'You
T.. I'll not ;, you, you say:
with when I saw READS
you you.
name-he went to America as a'' great ceety of Weesconseen. I see
of beeg brute, I'm going to break every ..
I had
soon forget the first picture
wrestler once. He can speak and her dance one night. I theenk she bone in body if one
your you say
you. Word came here that some read English a little. He came here is mos' beautiful theeng what ever 'nother word to that poor child!.' "
? Yankee was in trouble with the cus- ees-she the leetle trunks and
The huge wrestler looked at the
toms house. It's occur-
a common the seelk tights and the-spengles
slender physician then at his
; rence. Americans forever .
-; are
and she stand up on her toes like
f bouncing into Turkey without the in- boa constrictor arms, and laughed.
she it. she love
enjoy Bine-by, ees
"' There was no insult in his superiority. -
dispensable The consul
passport. too and married. She '
IIr me, we get RUNNING
: sent me down as usual to get our says she ees sick of that tarriblelife STITCHES
4 fellow-countryman out of hock. I and so when I, buy pretty leetle Jebb smiled, too, at the magnificence r
of this PIECE ,\
can see you sitting there now. You hash-house she help me. One day Vanderbilt-Pierpont. NARROW
were haughty. I thought at .ism, and asked: i
very she is make coffee in those beeg FABRIC ,
the time that perhaps you had been boiler they have in America and "Why didn't you beat the life out
little in of me?" through the center and join to the
indulging a magnificent wa- the water spills 'over, and she is :
;: ter. You sat there hugging a Glad- tarrible-how,do you say?scalded. I ,Hafiz smiled: "I see right away sides of the other piece by ma-

stone bag and threatening to reportthe 'Y Her"pretty face is tarrible burned. you are American, and the Ameri- chine. The seams are covered by

customs inspector to your par- .h t.. "But she is still beautiful to me, cans is so nice to me-my,Nayima is the rows of running stitches. You

ticular friend the Sultan." and her body is still the body like a American, and the words you use do not need a stamping patters
"I had a Gladstone bag with me?" seraili from Circassia. But after they listen good to me. So I take to make the cross-stitch design.

"Yes, and the fellow had found that she hates to go out in the your wrists and I hold you very gen- Baste coarse open-mesh embroidery -
; some suspicious looking documentsin \ .street."I tle and talk to you nice and say in canvas over the material;

it. Everything looked suspiciousin \ tell her, 'You come home to Eengleesh, 'Please, mister, kill me, then follow the design given hereat

the days of the old Sultan., You Z Stamboul where honest- wives is but' spare my life.' the lower left. Repeat the'corner -
/ I IS
'".'" said you had come to Turkey to buy wear the yildirma'-the, effen- "You say, 'If you let that lady go, of the design to make the four

! : something-I don't remember just dim. The veil is very kind thing.It I let you live a little while.' I turn corners of the center square. "I

,.[': what. So many Americans come keeps all women the same. Eet is round and the lady is already vam- ,NOTE: There are 36 em

:':' ,.' here to buy things. Anyway, you S more equality than the hat. oose. The other mens is want to broidery stitches illustrated in 'I

1.:., didn't have a passport and the inSpector "Her name in Weesconseen was have. your blood, but I tell them Mrs. Spears' Sewing Book 2; also '

,i, -' wanted to fine you. You Annie Meetchel, but I geeve her you are friend of a friend of mine, several original designs for table

?."+, said 'Millions for defense, but not neew name-Osmanli name-Nayi- and they go away. covers; 'men's ties; mittens; hats;

':, one'cent for tribute.' I remember ma, eet ees one nice name-yes?" "Then I say, 'Boss, it's my treat,' purses; Baby's bassinet; doll's

"k'';: that. I calmed you down and persuaded Jebb thought, yes indeed-not' so and we sit down at a little table in wardrobe; five ways to mend fab
khan and I blow off to rics. Ask for Book 2, enclosing
the customs people to accept \ pretty as Minima but a great improvement a little you
.,-, a consular guaranty and give your on Annie Mitchell."I coffee. Bine-by, you say you got a 10 cents coin. Address Mrs.

: a new passport. And then you went used to have my khan near date weet' the Padishah, and I say, Spears, Drawer 10, Bedford Hills,

.::'' your way. Now you've lost it again, the Egyptian Bazaar," Hafiz wenton 'So long, old pal, I stay and feenish New York. ;
r.' :: eh?" "but since my Nayima is out in thees narghile!' 't

? "You're sure I had a Gladstone, "I see right American.away"you grave there I like thees better. In "So you go and I stay. Bine-by,

bag with me?" are evening I sit there and smoke and I see you have leeved thisGladdastone -

', "Perfectly. It was full of blueprints with a Gladstone bag full of papers. theenk, nobody is in hurry-nobody' yes? on the ground by your To Check Constipation

_;:3;, and specifications and other He told a long cock-and-bull yarn say, 'Get a move on, Hafiz!'. table. Nobody knows'your name or
where live at. I go to the American Get at Its Cause !
(;; dangerous looking papers. about some American gentlemanwho "The Gladstone-they tell me you, you I
.;." "Where had I come from?" had left them with him and nev- found it-where?" consulate. Nobody knows you., If constipation has you down so

.., : "You got off an Austro-Hungarian er came back. The Turk came hereto "The Gladdastone, effendim They say, 'Leave the bag here. We you feel heavy, tired and dopey,
< ,
.; Lloyd steamer." see about it. He wouldn't leave What' is that?" give it to him.: I say, 'Nix ou the it's time you did something aboutit.

"And you can't tell me where I the bag, but he let us look throughit. "The bag-the valisethethatthing hot air. I know about the America .And something more than just
taking a physic 1 You should get
got on?" There were a lot of blueprintsand of mine, you found." grafter. I keep it till 'my 'friend at the cause of the trouble.
"Look here, my friend, are you mechanical drawings with the After another thimbleful of cof- calls for it his own self. If you eat the super-reflned ,n l

stringing ,me? Asking me questions name of John Thatcher on them. fee, another mouthful of smoke, "I wait long tam, but at last you food most people eat,the chances \"Mare 't.
about you-what's this And bundle of and let- and here, and here is the Gladda- the difficulty Is simple-you >
new game a clippings Hafiz rose, entering the khan, are don't get enough "bulk.' And
anyway? Lord help us, I thought ters. I made, a note of the name brought forth the Gladstone bag. stone. And that is all. "bulk" doesn't mean heavy food. I'I
\. I'd heard about all the fool questions and promised to keep it in mind." Jebb recognized it with intense de Jebb sat in deep reverie, deeply It's a kind of food that isn't con- I.
t: a consul could be asked, but "Where can I find the fellow?" light. He wanted to caress it. It dejected. Then he shook off the old sumed in the body, but leaves asoft"bulky"massintheintestines.. J

!''. this is a new line. Why don't you "I'll have him here tomorrow." was the first material link to his unsubstantial sorrow, and prepared to go. He If this common form of con- !j J
: cable to your friends in 'America "I can't wait to 'see him. Whereis 'past. wondered what reward Hafiz would' stipation is your trouble, eat i

J." and say, 'Who am I? Where was I? he to be found?" He rummaged the contents with a think appropriate. He decided to ,Kellogg's All-Bran regularly, and 4'

i1 Where do I go from here-answer "His name is Hafiz Mustafa and sharpness of eye that might have throw himself on Hafiz' mercy: isn't drink a plenty medicine-it's of water.a All-Bran crunchy, J

:,;', prepaid.' he keeps a little khan out near the offended a subtler Turk than Hafiz. "I can't thank you enough, for toasted cereal. And it will help I J
It seemed inadvisable for Jebb to Gate close to the this and keeping it for me. but to
Adrianople "All is there, I theenk?" Hafiz finding you not only to get regular I I
keep his secret from his angering Mosque of Mirima. Better go to Jebb nodded And now, how-how much do I, owe Keep regular. Made by Kellogg's r
asked and he
recog- If conditionis I
in Battle Creek. your
countryman. Seeing that there foot of the bridge and take ?"
was one
you I
nized every document he had collected chronic, it is wise to consult I
no one else about, Jebb hitched his of the Golden Horn steamerstheyrun in John Thatcher's cause. But "Look here, boss," Hafiz groaned, a physician.. I '
chair close to Mr. Rosen's desk and every fifteen minutes-get off at cherished wild "have I act like a piker, a panhan- I
he had a hope of 1
unbosomed his story. Strange delight Avian Serai, this side of Eyub, and finding something more. With some dler, have I? I thought you and me 1I'
i of confession! Just giving voiceto then go west through the Greek he asked was friends. I was doin' this as one I l
embarrassment :. .
his old secret was an immense quarter. While you're up there you American to a pal." Full Trust I
find ten thousand
didn't dol-
relief. Rosen shook his head with ought to see the wonderful cemeteryof "You Jebb took his big limp hand and I am the only one of my friendsI I
the sympathy most Americans feel Eyub and the old land wall." lars in here, did you? tried to wring it. can rely on. |

for the clients of Mr.' Barleycorn: I "I don't'want to see any cemeteries. The Turk smiled? The Yankees "Excuse me," he said, "I'm

"Too bad, old man," he said, "I'm want to see that Turkish wresitier always joked. His politely amiable ashamed of myself." II
rather fond of the liquid myself,.but with the Gladstone bag. Good smile was more convincing than any "Let her go at that," said Hafiz; THE AWfUL PRICE YOU PAY I
I' other disclaimer could have been. and clean it off the slate.
I take it in sips. afternoon. "cut it out, ,
"Don't waste time sympathizingwith "Oh, yes," he chuckled, "I find When you git back to New York, if

me," Jebb broke in; "think of CHAPTER IX ten thousan dollars-in a peeg'seye. you'll stop in at some Osmanli res-
the child." ." taurant down on Washeenton Streetor ,

"Do you know, I believe we've "At last the effendi is on the job!" "Would you mind" telling me somewhere and tell them you

. heard of her from another source." This was Jebb's greeting from a where you found this? know me, and I was lookin' well,
"You have! You mean she's.. ponderous Turk at the door of a "Sure, I'll tell you, but not unteel and sent my best regardsthey'llblow Read These Important Facts!

found?" shabby khan. The man had all the ,the boss has sometheeng to eat." you to the best there is in the Quivering cranky-can nerves make can your make life you a nightmare old!haggard ol,

"No, we've just heard that she look of a retired athlete, whose sin- "Oh, thank you. I'll go back to joint, and I'll 'call it square." jealousy, self pity and "the blues."
was lost. We got a circular note ews of steel had degenerated into the Bristol Hotel for my dinner." "I promise," said Jebb. "And now functional Often such disorders.nervousness So take is due famous to female LydiaE.

from the American consul in Vi- 'swaddles of fat. "The Breestol-not on your teen- I've really got to go." Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to help

enna. He had had word from the He recognized Jebb on the in- type, Bo. It is ,so late you never (TO BE CONTINUED calm"irregularities.unstrung"nerves For over and lessen 60 years functional relief-
Austrian police." stant, and he was big enough to be get there. You must take a-how giving Pinkham's Compound has helped tens
"My friend von Hellwald put themon rememberable on his own account; did they say-a snack with me." South African Carvings of daughters thousands"in of time grandmothers of need." ,Try mothers tit and

the track. Have they heard any- but Jebb could not recall an ounce He would hear of nothing else, Rock carvings at Klerksdorp,
thing?" of him. and Jebb was' forced to resign him- Southwest Transvaal, made by a for-.

"Oh,' no. They've just begun to Hafiz Mustafa bustled about'making self to the delay, hoping that per- gotten people 100,000 years ago, are F Only -I
pretend to look. And here's the cir coffee and preparing a narghilefor haps some clew might yet transpireto to be made a national monument.
cular." his honored guest He spoke aid his further search. The engravings are the finest in GOOD t'ERCHANDISECa

'. He took from a pigeonhole a sheet what English he had with a strong Afterwards Hafiz began his story: South Africa," said Professor Van

ol paper. flavor of the Bowery, in whose en- "The day I feerst laid my eyes on Riet Lowe, chief archeologist of the Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised .,
"You 'see, it says, 'Wanted infor- virons he had picked up his smat- to you-the old Padishah Abdul Ha- Union, who superintended the fenc- ,. '
mation of. Cecilia Baxter.' tering. mid-whom Allah preserve!-if it ing in of the kopje of red rock whctre'the O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS O

"It isn't Baxter-it's Thatcher," "How you like my little khan, eh? please Allah-and I hope it does not carvings are.


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I : hair of no two species of
[QUESTIONS/ OUR COMIC SECTION Animal is alike. If you take your
fur to experts they will give a
laboratory test and tell you the
For Leather Chairs.-Rub equal animal it from
came no matter
parts of linseed oil and vinegar, how skillfully it has been dyed and
I well shaken, into leather chairs, treated.

)J occasionally.good condition.. It. keeps. them in Q I L Events in the Lives of Little Men I D Hairs eye that, even look under alike a to magnify-the human -

It is not too early to look over ing glass, are utterly different
] window screens. Mend and paint i, when cut through and a section
them now so they will be ready M fixed under the searching eye of
![ when it is time to put them in. the microscope. When this -is
done, the protective coverings giv-
;; Save the Buttons.-The continu- en by nature to enable animals to
11' al ripping off of buttons by the endure heat or,colds,are revealed.
I : clothes wringer can be prevented In this way, the expert differen-
1 by folding the buttons inside ,the tiates even between, animals close-
:I 1 garment and holding it flat as you ly related.
;I turn it through the wringer.

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t On Garden Figures 1 .i Lazy Bowels, and Also

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: i ; HERE is a new department that ,
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(( ,bloating dizzy spells gas coated
, tremendous popularity with our 1 ( tongue,sour taste,and bad breath your
; readers, for it brings you the opportunity \ T"k stomach is probably loaded up with cer
i '! of combining pleasure eertainundigestedfoodandyourbowelsdon't
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and profit. With jig, coping or 't
; break up fast that rich undigested food in
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I designs from wallboard, plywood the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
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l' and complete directions for derfulstomachcomfort,while theLaxative
I making or painting. v Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the
; power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
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design that will appeal to many, in your stomach,to cause belching gastric
I j i for the long-ago days of "Gone : acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
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wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
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? -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your
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The truth is bitter and disagreeable -
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With the Wind" are recalled vividly sweet and acceptable.-Chrysos-
in these charming cutout fig- tom.
I, u.es. Your own imagination 5

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Scarlett O'Hara and the reserved QM. How To RelieveBronchitis
't Melanie Wilkes in person. And 'M ?
f your jig or coping saw plus a bit
of wallboard or plywood will produce -
f these figures for your yard. A (
Each comes on its own pattern. 1 1t Bronchitis acute or chronic,Is an
I The beruffled hoop skirt lady: at -. Inflammatory condition of the mucous
the left is about 24 inches tall and '- membranes lining the bronchial
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on ,
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: at the right is on pattern Z9068, a ,aid nature to soothe and heal raw.
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o to sell
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'you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
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15 cents each, from: Aunt Martha, E o the way it Quickly allays the cough
Box'166-W, Kansas City, Mo. or you are to have your-money bacfc.CREOMULSION.

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PAGE TEN! __Tits CfrBWtSTOK yflWd_ FUlDAY, MARCH 1, :UHU ,


of weather, and there has been FOR TAX COLLECTORTO FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '!
Merchants C. R. & D. 'I little or no fishing. Fishermen can- -' DISTRICT 1 D,

not eat unless they catch fish, and COUNTY
the seafoods markets attest the fact I I wish to ,announce that I am a .
hereby announce that I am 'a r
Advance In there are few fish now from gulf candidate for Tax Collector for Hend- District candidate 1. subject for county to the commissioner May Democratic -
Tourney I ry county subject to the Democratic
ports. primaries in May.I primaries. .
I ,have been a resident of Clewis-
I am present Tax Collector
your !
The appeal was made for food, having been appointed to said officeon ton for eleven years and feel that
long ,experience as a resident
o I a commodity which the governmenthas April 11. 1939. I have tried to property owner and business man in

MOORE HAVEN RETAINS Tor High School been distributing without stint the efficient best service of my to knowledge all the to give the district will help me In representing I
people of .
WITH DEFEAT it on the county board.If
POSITION Turk .............. 143 141 137 in thousands of communities where Hendry county, and would greatly elected, I will give, the district :

OF HIGH SCHOOL Brantley ........ 125 166 132 there is no such need as we' know appreciate elected a Tax full Collector term in I office.If promisea I capable.the best service of which I am ::

Stone .............. 146 109 118 must exist among the fishermen in faithful and efficient administra I will appreciate your vote and .
is noted im .
Considerable change Von Mach ...... 107 146 159 Florida. It is hoped that a quick tion.Your vote and support will be ap- support. l

the standings of the bowlingteams Vaughn ..........145 145 89 response will meet ,the state's re- preciated. G. E. ETHERTON. '
following the matches of the past '
Total .......... 666 707 635 quest. R. N. MILLER. ;
week only one of the three teams, .
The government recently bought ,
last week tied for first place being "
Commissary P'lorida's surplus of fish and distributed FOR SHERIFF ;
able to keep their feet planted on FOR TAX COLLECTOR

the top rung of the ladder. Kolstad .......... 146 128 150 it free to relief clients. This I hereby announce myself a candi- .

Haven with three Boone ........,... 95. 84 135 action relieved some of the sea- I wish to announce myself a can- date for the office of Sheriff of Hendry
Moore straight
Waters .......... 98 100 112 foods dealers who could not move didate for the office cf Tax Collector, county subject to the ,Democratic
games from the High School on Hendry county subject to the Demo- primaries to bo held in }Iay.I
their own alleys Monday night tooka Harper .......... 103 14,7 155 their stocks of frozen and salt cratic primaries in May.I will appreciate your vote 'andupporL

and Oliver ........ ... 98 96 84 cured fish, but it did not in any am now completing my second -
firmer hold
on top place term as school board member cl '
dropped the school team to fifth.Royal's Total .......... 531 555 '. 636 measure relieve the distress among Felda and Denaud district, an officeI \V T. MADDOX. .1
U. S. S. C. the fisherfolks who actually produced have tried to fill conscientiouslyand
lost two games to the Clew- faithfully. .
iston Realty team the same night Von Mach __.... 134 152 152 and were responsible for the My qualifications include high
149 supply of fish on hand. school and college trainingand FOR ASSESSOR o Ii' TAXESI t
dropped'into fourth The Crochet .---...... 95
and place. several years spent doing
Merchants trimmed the Chamber of Bestor .m......._ 95 101 72 I The fisherman works, not for a bookkeeping.If commercial hereby announce myself a candidate -

Commerce three and Shelley .__....-.. 113 99 salary or a weekly wage, but on a elected I promise the people a for re-election to the office of
straights careful, efficient Assessor of Taxes Hendry County, I
administration. I
moved up into second place and Schiffli .m..m 104 134 131 I share basis. Unless he catches fish Your vote and support will be Florida, subject to the Democratic'

the Realty team took third. The Bigg ................ 92' 119 he cannot draw his pay. appreciated.MRS.. primaries in May 1940.
If re-elected I p conduct
commissary had another bad night Total..........541 578 623 I HOMER TAYLOR. the affairs of the frrcelntOth same I .
Fair. Impartial and Efficient mannerI
Thursday and dropped, two, out of Audubon Society have strived to do in the past. ***
three to the office team. On the Team Standings as of Thursday Your vote and support will be '<
greatly appreciated. 5
same night the high school took Night I Sponsors Lake ToursNew i

Royal's for two out of three to Team W. L. Pet. wish to announce to the voters ,of DENNIS SMALL. t

tie them for fourth Moore Haven ..__.m.... 9 3 .750 Hendry county that I am a candidate -
for' the office of county
Monday night the Merchants Merchants ........-----..... 10 5 ..667C. intendent of public instruction In super-the
York N. Y. Feb. 23-A
meet the school and R. and D ............ 9 6 .600 May Democratic primaries.I FOR COUNTY
high the C. FLORIDAAt
brand idea became a reality have lived in Hendry county most
R. and D. takes on Moore Haven Royal's ............_.__........ 10 8 .556 last week new when the National Asso- of my life; have been teacher and ,

the match. High School............... 10 8 .556 principal in schools of Hendry Lee the request of many citizens ;
for second ciation of Audubon Societies staged and Glades counties for 16 years12of from of County I
Games this week: U. S. S. C. ................: 6 6 ..500C. the first of a two months' series of them in LaBelle. I hold a life hereby every announce part myself Hendry a candidate

of C. ,....................... 4 11 .267 graduate state certificate, and a life I for the office of County Judge of
Monday Night Audubon Wildlife Tours in the first grade certificate, and am a to
Commissary ................ 2 13 .133 college graduate with the degree of Hendry county Florida, subject
Kissimmee Prairie-Okeechobee Lake the action of the May Democratic
Clewiston High School Bachelor of Science in Education.If primaries. I was duly admitted to '

Stone ............ 144 123 116 383 Teachers To Meet- disrict of Florida. elected as your superintendentI I the practice of law In this state in .
'' I I promise a conscientious, faithful
;: Brantley....:.. 100 183 107 390 "Whether or not," said John H. and efficient administration.I April followed 1917 this and vocation I have since continuously exceptfor It

Waters .......... 145 98 135 37S Baker, Executive Director of the will appreciate your vote and the time I was in the United

Vaughn ........ 126 106 108 340 (Continued From Page 5) Association today, "you have ever support. States If nominated Army' during and elected the World, my War.only t'
i k; Von Mach _... 117 108 137 362 at the University of Flo da., seen graceful stands .of cabbage NELL H. JACKMAN. promise is a square deal to all according ,(

; Total........632 618 603 1853 Other topics for discussion include palms silhoutted in the prairie landscape to law and common sense.'
I I am not the candidate of any click I
': Moore Haven the following: continuity, of or have heard the resoud- FOR SHERIFF .. or faction but I am the' candidate of (

Settle .... ...... 144 123 156 434 service for teachers, transportationof ing calls of Cranes echoing over the the people who want a County ,
Judge who knows the law and will
Vorhees ........ '158 121 134 413 pupils, school plant operation wet plains, the 'eerie cries of the I wish to announce myself a can- honestly and faithfully discharge the

Couse ............ 155 '145 143 443 and maintenance, training and se- Limpkin or witnessed the amusing didate for re-election to the officeof duties of the office. J
Sheriff 'of Hendry county, subjectto Your vote and influence is respect-
Bowden ........ 113 123 148 384 lection of teachers, utilization of expressions and antics of BurrowingOwls the Democratic primaries in May. fully solicited.,

Hardy ............ 135 i18 127 380 instructional materials, program a great treat lies in store for I am making this race solely on my I
record of law enforcement and fair LOUIS O. GRAVELY.
Total........ 716 630 708 2054 planning for 1940-1941 recruiting those of you who participate in the dealings to all and I assure the peo- I !
.. ple of Hendry county that the poli-
, feature teachers from high school Audubon Wildlife Tours.
cies of this office will not change.Your .
'. Chamber of Commerce students, and acquainting teachers "Alexander'' Sprunt, the Associa vote and support will be ap- FOR REPRESENTATIVE

Ward .............. 167 155 140 with present developments in the tion's Supervisor of Southern San- preciated. -

.. Weaver ..........127 124 136 program. ctuaries, personally guides the H. L. DELANEY. re-election In announcing to the my office candidacy of State for

Ezelle ............104 129 tours. He knows south Florida Representative from 'Hendry county I

' '- Clark ......._... 125 38' '131 Commercial Fishermen better than a Seminole, having FOR COUNTY JUDGEI in subject May to I earnestly the Democratic solicit primaries the sup- \.

: Lainer ........__ 134 '143 114 traversed it many times from end port of every citizen. If elected, I I'
t. to end by car, by boat, by plane and hereby announce myself a candi- shall continue to represent the coun-
Lawrence __....._ 85 ToG AssistanceFlorida's
t' the
e date for the office of County Judgefor ty in all matters coming: before .
Total -;........657 645 650 I on foot. The birds have been his Hendry county, subject to the legislative branch of our Democratic :
special charges, and he knows their Democratic Primaries in May. I feel I form of government to the _very best I
Merchants that r am thoroughly qualified to of my ability. I shall be glad to dis- 1

. Kelly .............- 117 158 I "forgotten men," the chosen haunts 'and the locations of fill this office and. if elected I cuss with any one)) such matters of ,
fisherman their spectacular nesting and feed- promise use Fair, Impartial and legislation as they arc interested in.
Martin ............ 159 177 143 I commercial apparentlyis Sound Judgment in 'all the affairs :My campaign will be based on the
about to be remembered. ing assemblages., of this office. merits involved in the office and I
George ............ 159 138
Your vote and support will be will have no connection with other
.':' Wilcox .......:.... 144 136 Governor Cone sent a. long tele- heartily appreciated. county offices or candidates.. I

Markette ........ 147 160 160 gram Tuesday to Senator Claude Thanks,

,c.:' Schroeder ....._ 138 104 Pepper in Washington, asking that PAID R. M. (BOB) HARRIS. ELBERT L. STEWART.

1' ,' Logan ............ 131' something be done to relieve distressin

Total .......... 726 744 701 the families of thousands of POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
f these producers of seafoods, a'n ---

t.' Clewiston Realty & Development important food supply native to

Florida.In )' J
.' Wilson ............' 146 43 115 'It's' Whitehair
his message, the chief executive Everywhere ,
t Small .............. .88
Ir. quoted his supervisor of conservation FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
r. Bell ................ 180 124149
R. L. (Bob) Dowling, as
f Owen .............. 115 116 151 take this means to 'announce that
; saying that thousands of these, men r am a candidate for the office of For Governor
', ;Holstine .......... 98 146 117 County Judge for Hendry county
Yom; along
and their families the gulf
subject to the Democratic Primary
:, / Swayne _... 123 111
um. .
coast from Pensacola to Fort Myersare In May.I .' ,
Total ......m. 627 652 643Royal's hold degrees of bachelor of laws '..J;
without food and are hungry, bachelor of arts, and bachelor of .,
and through no fault of their own. science (lawyer, teacher engineer).
J. Hol'inworth 99 143 146 I have been an accountant for the / .
R C. ,Wilson. 122 125 These hardy men, uncomplaining, United States Steel Corporation. I I :
97 devoted to their dangerous jobs, have been a Hendry County Com-
Driggers ........ 110 92 missioner for six years 1927-1932. I ,,'.
are in a peculiar predicament. Their
F. Hol'inworth 97 Thus, specially qualified byeduca- ,
184 lot is one that few realize because tion and experience. I am ready to !. \
Stallions .m...; 156 98 175 give the people of Hendry county an .' I
these fishermen seldom do .
complain.If honest, efficient intelligent, business- .
McLaughlin .... 139 '
149 it were not for the friend they like administration as your county '."" ,
Total ..........584 597 751 judge. atc'1 -> I
have in the conservation
Sound administration of the peo- .
ment, they might be' forgotten, in- ple's affairs requires capable officers.On .
: Thursday Night Games: this basis. I submit that I am
deed. the logical candidate, and I will H
Royal's Fishermen all up and down the appreciate your vote and support.

a F. Holin'worth 13r128 169 coast have been forced into idle- Sincerely

; Driggers .......... 96 124 120 ness by an unprecedented 'winter SELDEN L. STEWART.FOR '

McLaughlin .... 124 104 .':
152 that has brought continuous freez- .

;' Stallions ........ 152 131 118 ing temperatures and rough I '1

Dummy .......... 107 weather, weather that could not be TAX COLLECTORTO I II
P, .r. J. Holin'worth I ,
180 147 faced even by the best boatsmen. THE VOTERS OF I HENDRY

Total.......... 610 667 706 There have been weeks of this kindI COUNTY: I "
I' I am taking this opportunity of ;

I'..'. ..:................................:..:..........................................-....-....--...-.-..--.........:NNNNN. .... .NNN. .NNN. ...........................,.......LN.h.N:. office announcing of county that tax I am collector seeking in the the I 'fI ".{,i-:: t
:' :; :May Democratic primaries. To my
friends and to those of you who .' .
know me I say simply that I am in "i
.t= t RECORDS the race. To the many to whom I
I is COUNT :I: am a stranger I would like to add I > 1I'

... that I have lived at Sears 14 years, I ,
/ .. that I am d native of LaFayette
." :!: You county, a graduate of its schools and ? Whitehair
IF were considering hiring man to do, a Job you would :; Jranas : .
that I have been in the employ of ; i
!'.f'. :: select one who had been in the habit of doing the job jour :;: the Standard Lumber Corporation for : ; ,
.i. war. You would not be interested in the past 25 years. / I II
a man who had no record .;- ,>
If you see fit to elect me. I pledgea .

'. ::t:: behind him. :;: .: nnd faithful all, I and shall honest feel honored service. to To have one I WHO STANDS FOR( ; : :,.' i

; Holland HAS'to vote and \ '.. '' .
HECOHD behind him. He has been n constant: :;: your support. .

11 ::: foe of tho sales taHe has 'ought the Sincerely, "/"<:'I'' I C
gross receipts tax ami ,::: :

s"' .*. three times repealed it in the Senate. He is against an' unnecessary .:;: G. R. HATCH. I Better Roads for Flo ida'I : :

x tax: He voted to abolish the .!. \

'. ::.: poll tax as a requirement for- \cling.He :i: I A State-wide Reduction of Interest

\. x has made a record as a champion of :. Reelect .
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U. S. Senator
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-<'':.' ;t:. RECORD OF WHAT HE HAS DONE IX 1K r ::: : .. Raising Average Income of' .
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..1.t. I Floridians : \ '
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