The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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To James Rumbley For All Counties Set Up


I A wedding of much interest to House Bill No. '163 which was approved -

WITH DINNERThe I Clewiston residents occurred in MURDERS IS BEGUNMoore I by the Governor May 3 and I NEW SCHOOLSThe

r Richland, Georgia last week when filed in the office of the Secretaryof

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Miss Elizabeth Holmes West becamethe State creates a Delinquent Tax
Hendry County Board of PubLic -
Kiwanis Club, at its weekly bride of James Austin Rumbley.The ( Raven Democrat) Adjustment Board consisting of the
Instruction at its heldin
boards of county commissioners and meeting
meeting Wednesday evening, entertained bride was a popular memberof The special term of circuit court the tax assessor in each county of LaBelle Saturday made further
the Seniors who will graduate -
/' May 24 from the local high the faculty of the Clewiston which opened here yesterday morn- the state. The tax assessor in each plans looking toward the early con-

; school, and Professor George B. school until last year, when she accepted ing was recessed until two o'clock instance is denied the right to vote struction of a high school buildingin

Stanly with a dinner at the Wata- a position in Georgia. Mr. yesterday afternon when States Attorney and the clerk of the circuit courtsare Clewiston.
I designated as the secretaries to
nabe House. Rumbley is an engineer, associatedwith L. Grady Burton, of Wauchula the adjustment boards. Since all school projects for whicl\

The graduating class which is the U. S. Engineers and reside'd asked that the jury venire be
All members of the adjustment federal funds are to be used have:
composed of William Slater here for three years, until his recent
jr., George Clinton Bestor, Pearl transfer to Canal Point. quashed and the jury box purgeddue boards are to act without compen- been made preferential projects the:

Ada :Brantley, Mary Evelyn Hare, Congratulations are,: being extended to the failure of county commis- sation except that which is already board hopes that nothing will pre

Merrell 'J. Lowe, Emma Laura Be- by hosts of Clewiston friends. sioners to properly certify the jury paid them in connection with their vent or delay the construction thi%

thea and Lily Murel Wynn prepared The This other duties as county officials. Fees
following account of the wed- list when drawn up in January.
'the for the evening and for the redemption of all tax certifi-
program ding is taken from the Macon, year.On
was done and the county commissioners -
cates in the circuit clerks of- motion of M. E. VonMach
gave a part of their class-day exer- (Ga.) Daily Telegraph:
went into immediate sessionto fice is established at twentyfivecents seconded Drew the
A marriage of charming simplicitywas by Hampton
I cises.William make up a new jury list from
Cowart, Jr., was toast- that of Miss Elizabeth Holmes each. board voted to send a message con
which a new venire was empannell '"'
master and Dr. D. Jenkins Williams West, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Section one of the new law, which cerning the Clewiston school projectto
yesterday afternoon and
made the responses. Merrell Lowe Charles Robert West, of Richland, follows, gives a fairly clear idea as President Roosevelt and admin
names drawn for jury duty.
gave. greetings.. I to Mr. James Austin Rumbley of I to the duties and officers of the istration officials in charge of relief
The grand jury went into session
,, Of interest to all present was the I Canal Point, Florida and Monroe- ;board. \\1ojrlyf, Sincef [these projects were
this morning at 9:00 o'clock to hear '
r("\ sketch which George Bestor gave of ville, Alabama, which was solemn- SECTION 1. DELINQUENT TAX originally supposed to be self-liqui-
evidence against Obe Hall former
the history of the local schools since I ized Wednesday afternoon, May 8th, ADJUSTMENT BOARD. datingn or self-supporting to qualifyfor
night club operator of Arcadia, whois
the beginning in 1920 with one at 5 o'clock at the home of the There is hereby created and established federal aid, the telegram sent
charged with the murder of Wm.
I teacher when the building was located bride's parents. Rev. L. N. Spivey, in and for each county in to Washington pointed out the fact
Dyas, Venus cattleman whose body
on the ridge near the lake, to the pastor of the Richland: Methodist the State of Florida a board to'be, the schools are not selfsupportingand
j was found on April 29th a few miles
present building built in '1927, of Church, performed the '''ring cere- known "Delinquent Tax Adjust- asked that a large proportionof
northwest of here on Aligator
the expanision to include high mony in the presence of relativesand ment Board," consisting of the the money for schools be given as
Slough. An indictment is
school grades and of the increase in intimate friends.. expectedto Board of County Commissioners and an outright 'grant and the amountto
be returned against Hall and efforts '
the number of teachers so that now The stately country home, which the County Tax Assessor, provided, be repaid be lessened.
will be made by the prosecu-
there are ten. (has been in possession of the familyfor however, that the County Tax As- The board has engaged L. Phillips
tion to link this killing with the un-
The class history was next givenby over a hundred years, was beau- sessor shall not be entitled to vote. Clarke of West Palm Beach as ar-
solved triple murder of Lincoln
Miss Evelyn Hare, followed by tifully decorated. An improvisedaltar The Clerk of the Circuit Court shall chitect. Mr. Clarke is preparing
Whidden, Donald Norton and
a man
the class poem rl'sited by Miss Pearl was constructed, in the living- be the Secretary of the Board. The plans for a school to cost approxi-
named Mervin in 1933 which occur-
Brantley. room, before which ,th'e couple took I Board and each member and officer mately fifty thousand dollars. The
ed less than a mile from where Dyas'body
----- I their vows. This altar'was flankedby was found. i thereof are hereby charged with the building is to be two story with

ferns, smilax and Easter lilies 'duties and vested with the powers I classrooms, science laboratories, library -
Attorney General Cary D. Landiswas
and lighted by white tapers in !seven- hereinafter set forth. "No memberor nurse's office, a combination
I here for the opening of court
branched candelabra. officer shall receive any compen- auditorium and gymnasium. These

I1 'P.-'T. cA. W WS Prior to the ceremony, Mrs.Ern- and jury,will makes remain its report.until after the grand sation for the performance of such plans will be subject to revision in
/ est Richardson sang Until and Oh States Attorney Burton was as- duties except the compensation now case the money available is not as

Promise Me, accompanied at the piano allowed by law to such officers. large a sum as is anticipated.The .
' signed to this district for this, special
: 1 1I' by Mrs. C. H. Dudley, jr. board 'also wrote a .letter of
term by Governor Sholtz after N.
Before the entrance of the bridal :Mil. AND MRS. PAFFORD ARE appreciation to Julius F. Stone
:' SURPRISE FEATURES Vernon Hawthorne, of Miami, re-
couple, Miss Pansy Carter lighted I HOSTS AT EVENING BRIDGE F. E. R. A. administrator for Flor-
HONOR OFFICERSA fused to obey the governor's orderto
the tapers and immediately follow- -- ida, extending thanks for the. finan-
come here for the investigationand '
ing, the bride and groom, entered ; Mr. andMrs. Ivey Pafford enter- cial aid which made possible full
delightful surprisehonoring for which a senate investigating
without attendants to the strains of I tained with a delightful bridge par- eight month's terms in all county
; Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, retiring presi- committee Tuesday removed himfrom'
Mendelsohn's Wedding March', played ty' at their home on the government schools.
office. W. B. Dickinson, Tampa
dent of the local P.-T. A. and other by Miss Louise Lamar Wise of reservation Friday evening. The Contracts were awarded A. A.
attorney, is expected to defend Hall.
retiring officers and the faculty of Americus. guests included a group of U. S. Thomas and L. Brown, present'teachers
Much interest is being shown in
the school, featured today's Parent- Fragile blue lace fashioned the Engineers and their wives. The tallies in the Harlem school, for
this termof court, not only by coun-
beautiful wedding gown worn by the were hand-made and carried a next year. This colored school has
'-'f![ Teachers meeting. ty residents, but throughout the cat-
,', bride, accentuating her natural "castle" Insignia of the U. S. Army eight grades and has just completeda
tle section of South Florida.
Representatives -
The presentation or'a past presi blond loveliness. The skirt ended in Engineers, of blue-print paper very successful year. A three

; dent's pin to Mrs. Prewitt and of a graceful short, train, with this she of all the large cattle against a white background.A thousand dollar frame building for

shoulder bouquets to the other hon- hat and other accessories of companies are on hand and severalof included in the appli-
wore a traveling prize, held in turn by this school is,
or guests was .made by Mrs. L. A. a darker shade of blue. Her flowers the most prominent cattlemen, each player forced to play a "busthand" cation for federal aid for construc-
including H. T. and Tom Lykes, of
Turner in clever The
a manner.
were a shoulder corsage of orchids was given to W. F. Simpson, tion this summer.
Tampa, were on hand yesterday for
gifts were concealed in'a chest representing and valley lilies. 'in whose possession it was found at The board requested trustees of
i the opening of court. The entire
Pandora's box.
The bride's entertainedthe to their recom-
parents conclusion of play. district seven present
1. industry is anxious that the murders
The meeting was, the first at guests with an informal recep- Score of husband and wife were mendations for teachers for next
; which Mrs.: E. W Digges be solved as quickly as possible.
new presi- the and districts' recommendations -
following ceremony. combined for total score; Mr. year, all other
dent, presided and is the last of the I After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Circuit Judge Geo. W White- Mrs. J. F. McLure winning high have been received and the

i present school year., The meetingwas Rumbley left for a motor trip to the hurst arrived Monday morning to prize, a refreshment set. Mr. and board desires to appoint all teachers
court but due to the failure of
opened with the salute to the
I Gulf coast. The bride's traveling Mrs. M. R. Lawler received a set of before the schools close.
Mr. Hawthorne to appear and take
flag.Mrs. costume was navy sheer with match- ash trays for consolation. Mrs. H. O.
charge of the investigation, court
Digges and Drew ing accessories. They will make their Peters' cut prize was a double deck, DOUBLE BIRTHDAY PARTY IS

gave splendid reports of the National home in Canal Point. was adjourned until yesterday of cards. GIVEN FOR TWO 4-YEAR OLDSA

Congress of Parents and Teachers morning. I
Mrs. refreshments
Rumbley was graduatedfrom Delightful .were

held in Miami, which they attended Richland High School and finished FRIENDLY CLASS CIRCLE IN served to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bruce pretty children's party was that

t as delegates. I 'her education at Weslyan College MONTHLY MEETING MONDAYMrs. Mr.. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mr. I given at, the home of Mr. and Mrs

Musical numbers, consisting of piano -I where her mother also gradu- and Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mr. and Mrs.1 W. C. ,Owen Saturday afternoon

and vocal selections by Nancy I W. F. Simpson entertainedthe ; Grover Poole, Mr, and Mrs. when their daughter, Shirley Ann

Wright and Peggy Lawler were ated.Mr.. Rumbley is the son of Mr. and members of the Women's Circleof I Smith, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen, and her' playmate, Rose Anne Mills,

greatly enjoyed. I Mrs. T. ,A. Rumbley of Monroeville, the Friendly Bible Class at the Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mr. I daughter of Lieutenant and Mrs.

Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, chairman of Alabama and was educated at the regular May meeting held att her and Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Mills, celebrated their

the hospitality committee, assistedby I University of Alabama. home Monday 'afternoon. H. O. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mc fourth birthdays.
Mrs. V. A. Allen Mrs. L. A. I
The meeting was given over to Lure, Sidney Hoover and J. F. Cur- Various outdoor games were en-
i Turner and Mrs. Harvey Vaughn, '
completing scrap-books for the ry. joyed by the little guests. Prizes

I I I "**<- served refreshments during the tea I Mrs. F. M. W'rlght.I'RESCIIOOL. nursery department of the Sunday L I I were won by Eleanor :Selee: Jose-

hour. __ School. ", :MRS. SOUTHARD ENTHRTAINS I phine Digges and Charles Miner.

| CLINIC Cooling refreshments' were served WITH FAREWELL LUNCHEON i iI iI I The refreshment table was cent-
I by the hostess to Mrs. V. A. Allen, ered with two birthday cakes, each

--- A pre-school clinic for all child- 'Mrs A. V. Southard, 11rs.V.. W. Mrs. A. V. Southard was hostess with four candles. The cakes were

meeting of the Executive Board ( ren who will enter school for the Perry, Mrs. Ivey Pafford, Mrs.. Grover I. at her home in the government res- iced in squares and decorated with

was held at the home of the presi-. first time next fall is being held a1 Poole, Mrs. A. H. Roberts, Mrs. ervation at ,a luncheon at which the the initial of one of the little hon-

dent Wednesday afternoon to discuss the school building Saturday, May James Bruce, Mrs. A. H. King and honor guest was Mrs. D. Jenkius orees.

plans for the coming year. 18. Mrs. B. E. Herring. Williams who with Dr. Williams, is' The guests included Grace Ward

The following officers and committee Dr. O. F. Schiffll, local physician, leaving Monday to spend the summer Gene and Solon Mills, Peggy and

( chairmen were present: and Mrs. Mildred Frison, county THE COMMUNITY: : CHURCH Wisconsin.. Bobby Lawler, Jean Yeuawine, Mary

President-Mrs. E. W. Digges. nurse, will be in attendance from I Hcn.. .J'nldnsrilliallls, Minister Other guests: were Mis. Grover Louise Thomas, Carolyn Eleanor

Vice-President rs' Harry I 9:30 till 12 and from 1. till 4. Sunday May 19, 1935 Poole, Mrs. Fred J. Nebiker, Mrs. and Dick Selee, Richardnight: ,

Vaughn. Parents of children who will be John B. Dotterer, Mrs. R. N. Bos- I Bubber Vaughn, Kay Bowden

Secretary-Mrs. C. W. McDonald. J 1st grade pupils are expected to !9:45) a. In. Sunday School. well, Mrs. Ralph Collins and Mrs. Charles and Rachel Miner, Josephine

Treasurer-Mrs. W. M. Redel- bring them to the clinic. 10:45 a. in. Junior Church. James \\'. Bruce. and Bill Digges, Sonny McDonald -

sheimer. Mrs. Francis Wright is chairmanof 6:30 p. m. Pioneers. Nancy Wright, Dickie and

Historian-Mrs. L. ,A. Turner the pre-school committee. There will be no evening service. CLEWISTONENGINEERSWALLOP : Johnnie Schiffll, Carline and Bobby

.' Welfare Chairman,Mrs. J. A. The pastor preaches the Baccalau- HOBE SOUND 22-1 Berner, Joan Crouch, Emma Jane

McGebec. ,DISTRICT P.-T. A. MEETING reate Sermon to the graduation classin Ezelle, Kim Kolstad, Bobby Nebiker,

Publicity ChalrmanMrs.. Grover I the High School auditorium. The Clewibton-Engineors baseball' Margie and Junior McCracken, Bobbie -

Poole. A district P.-T. A. meeting will be club met little opposition in the Smith, Barbara Ann Trainor

?r Publication Chairman-Mrs. V. A. I held ,in Fort Myers on May 28th at ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH Hobe Sound aggregation on the local Ton "and Billy Toulis, Larry Royal

'I Allen. 1:30 at the Bradford Hotel. Raines. I
CATHOLIC diamond last Sunday afternoon, and Junior
': Hospitality Chairman-Mrs. M. E.
Clewiston P.-T. A. members aro and came through with an over-

VonMach. I invited to attend, and all who planto whelming victory with a 22 to 1 XEARIUViLS
Music Chairman-Mrs. Father F. J. Finnegan; Pastor
go are requested to notify Mrs. Every man on the local roster
Confessions score
before Mass.
Duff. I Digges. Transportation will be ar saw action 'during the game. Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell are
Membership Chairman-Mrs, A. Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30. the arrival -
the of the local receiving congratulations on
Hitting on part
O. Ward. Mass at St. .Mary'sChurch, Pa- .
'I hokee club featured the game, sixteen hits of a son yesterday morning.The
Beautification at 10:30 every Sunday
-Mrs. believe that a man should be being registered by the Clewiston young man 'weighed seven

L Leah .Spicer. proud of the city in which he lives, "People acting in 'group can accomplish team. pounds.Mr. i

Finance Chairman-Mrs. W. S. and that he should so'live that his that which no individual Digges, Walker and Baker pitched and Mr.. Lester Tillis. fire

Cowart. city will be proud that he lives in acting alone could ever hope to bring with Williamson ami Cla 'l, receiving parents of a baby boy wh<3 was born

Pre-School Clinic Chairman it.-Abraham Lincoln about."-Franklin D, Roosevelt. i Sunday, May 12

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men for two years, is pent up in the ORGANIZED labor opened its at- I v

EVENTS field of factory expansion, renovationand recognition In the DOLLS OF MANY COWS ON GRASS SPREE '

CURRENT rehabilitation alone. automobile Industry with a strike of LANDS SHOWN IN Farmers in the vicinity of East ":,.:,'. i

"The release of this flow of private workers In the Toledo plant of the London, Cape Province, are greatly ; 'I I

Chevrolet Motor company. The factory PUBLIC LIBRARYIn disturbed because their cows come '
uncertainties -
capital by removing political
was closed down Immediately, home dazed and giving less milk than '
: PASS IN REVIEW would dwarf the appropriated t
by congress for relief and though only a part of the force JoinedIn the children's room at the pub- formerly. Growers blame their bos j
the strike. Union pickets were sies' condition to a mysterious specIes -
make unnecessary expenditure lic library at Westfield, Ohio, called
much of the taxpayers' money.." placed about It, but city police and the Atheneum, various dolls, illus- of grass, called "Buffalo Kweek/
deputy sheriffs on hand to see which has appeared on the border ol 4
CHAT IS OP. characters .
ROOSEVELT'S. RADIO This document was given out as the trating well-known historical -
TIMISTIC-VIEWS OF BUSINESS members of the United States Cham that there was no disorder. and others appearing In chil- grazing fields. The grass Is ''sweet
President Sloan of General Motors but Its effect Is "dynamite" to cows
LEADERS.By ber of Commerce were gathering In dren's books, are on display.
Washington for their twenty-third an- corporation Issued this statement in In the dolls representing 'characters the farmers say -; !, .

EDWARD W. PICKARD nual convention, and naturally their New York : from literature group an interesting _I. r ;..; .

Western Newspaper Union. speakers endorsed it and attacked "The vital question Involved is figure is that of Tiny Tim, cre- Week's Supply of Postum Free

marked the "fireside much of the proposed legislation men- whether General Motors 'corporatIon is ated by Dickens in his Immortal Read the offer made by the Postum

HIGH optimism" President' Roosevelt tioned as unwarranted Intrusion of the willing to sign an agreement for a "The Christmas Carol." The small Company In another part of this pa- '

delivered which the'radIo to the peopleof government Into business. i closed shop recognizing the local unionas bit of Royal Doulton china showsan per. They will send a full week's sup,', '
over of all
the exclusive representative .
America, which people, he said, are, Henry I. Harriman. who has been i the of the Toledo plant. amazing likeness to one's con- : ply of health giving Postum free to .'.-;

as a whole, "feeling-- a president of the organization for three employees ception of Tiny Tim. Then, too, in anyone who writes for It.-Adv.
This General Motors will not do.
lot better-a lot more years retired from that office in favor the group of literature charactersare I

cheerful than, for of Harper SIbley of Rochester, N. Y.pLA.i"S The union In a lengthy statement, found the Little Women dolls, Their Only Limit I
said its committee "has done -
many, many years." by Mme. Alexander. They are Meg, Hitch hikers haven't .
with yet thought ', ,
in its to meet
He asserted we are for spending the $4SSO,000- I r power Beth, Jo and Amy. Little Red Rid of flagging a train. ?.-'
management and to secure an amicableand
Hood is another character
already on the unmistakable relief fund are being made ing por-
fair. adjustment of'the matter of .
march toward rapidly, parts of the general scheme hours trayqd In this collection. To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
and union recognitionand
recovery, and told how being revealed to the public almost wages Among the dolls representing for- PteTc 1I Pleasant Pellets They regulate

he means to promotethe every day. The Presi- various other grievances."The eign countries Is a Sardinian doll in liver, bowels'and stomach.-Adv. ,

normal management refused to sign a native costume of authentic color -
return to dent will be the final
A ryyd conditions with his arbiter but practicallyall contract of any kind and flatly refusedevery and 'style; a Swedish peasant woman Incurable?

section of the proposed contract dressed In clothes made from
4 works relief program. the federal agen- No talkative man wag ever ableto
He promised to put to cies will participateand '- I with the exception of two minor points"The homespun; a Czechoslovakian doll reform himself In that particular.FINGERWAVING .
President company offered to make wage with ball It
work three and a half three new pnes joints making possible
Roosevelt million persons now have been announced : readjustments and give a 5 per cent to move her arms and legs and

: general wage increase show no discrImination -' dressed in the native costume of the
on the relief rolls, and to press for en- by Mr.Roosevelt. These t.
against union men, and country, and Rosika, a Hungariandoll
actment of legislation he considers nec- will handle rural re-
agreed to expect seniority rights as dressed in the authentic girls'
essary for carrying on the New Deal habilitation, rural elec- ,
Only once did Mr. Roosevelt alludeto trification and grade provided by the automobile labor board. costume of her country.

such critics of his administration as crossing elimination. Two Russian peasant dolls add In-
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m. MBASSADORS of the United
Senator Long, Father Coughlin 'and Standing at the A terest to the group. These latter
Frank Walkeris States, Chile, Peru, and Argentina Tanka and Vanka. The foot
Governor Talmadge. He said: President's right hand are coverings 4.

"The overwhelming majority of peo- Frank C. Walker, former treas- delivered to the Brazilian governmenta of these two are made from. e

ple in this country know how to sift urer of the Democratic party. He has collective note asking Brazil to par- strips of bark woven into sandals.

the wheat from the chaff in what they replaced Donald RIchberg as chairmanof ticipate In efforts to end the Paraguay. Two of interest are the Scottish
in the Chaco mediation.
Bolivia by
hear and what they read. They know the National Emergency council and dolls, dressed in Highlander cos-
Brazil rejected such an invitationsome
that the process of the constructive rebuildIng Is the head of a new division In that tumes, one wearing'' an authentic
time because she had been
of America cannot be done in body known as the division of application ago royal Stewart tartan and the other
unintentionally excluded from a projected -
a day or a year, but that It is being and information. Under his direc- Chaco economic conference.The dressed in the native costume of the 1,I

done in spite of a few who seek to con- tion all proposals, will be sorted out nations from Ireland also are among those ,
two warring were en-
fuse them and to profit by their con- and data on them from various gov- In the collection.
in a long and bloody bat-
gaged very
fusion." ernment units will be coordinated.Then tle, the outcome of which was still Among the dolls dressed to repre- ; II CLASSlf ED ADS II

These six "fundamental principles," they will be handed on, with undecided. sent the United States are George :

said the President, must guide the Mr. Walker's recommendations, to a and Martha Washington, dressed in

work relief Projects must works board which Is costumes from of :
program: new allotment W. W.. ATTERBURY, veteran copied pictures Learn at home. We teach you how. Complete -
be useful, most of the money must go headed by Secretary Harold Ickes. GEN. of the Pennsylvania rail- the period The silk of Martha's course for limited time $1.00. Send
loc for
Information. Box
for labor, "a considerable proportion of Mr. Roosevelt also announced the road, has retired as president of the dress is about1 one hundred years Jamestown. N. Y. THOMPSON" 1C8.

the costs" must be returned'to the appointment of Federal Relief AdmIn- company eight months before that old; John Alden and Priscilla,

treasury, only those projects which can istrator Harry L. Hopkins as chief ofa would have been nec- dressed In Pilgrim garb, and Lucy FREE premiums of value and merit to

employ persons on relief will be approved works progress division. He will under its Rodgers, a china doll of the Civil :NEW AGENTS-mr-n and women.
essary regu- FICD'E PRODUCTS CO., :Memphis: Tenn. '
and projects will be approvedin pick workers, fix wages, purchase ma- lations, because of ill war period.

a given area in proportion to the terials and generally supervise proj- health. The directors
Why Pay'the Doctor! XEMA-REM for all
in that area. oc
ects. rY
'' kdl ., A unanimouly elected Might Try It akin diseases. Doctors prescribe it. Price
In a press conference the President 50c; 11. KLKE DRUGS 39th & McGee
Martin W. Clement to If you have a tree that bears no .
H OW the New Dealers propose to named these eight types: of work which f) succeed him. The new fruit put a stone in its first crotch Kansas CitjMissouri.

redistribute wealth by double tax- will be undertaken, with the amountof president of the great just before blossoming time; the ,
ation ,of large estates is revealed by money to be spent on each: For Sale-Peas. Sojs.: Velvet Beans, shelled
system was born 53 tree will surely be fruitful after that. or pod; Corn. Hay Sorghum. Millet. Peanuts -
Secretary of the Treasury Morgenfhau 1. Highways, roads, streets, grade In Sunbury, -Old Belief Oats Wheat Rye.. Truck or Cnrlots.
years ago :
in a letter to Senator crossing elimination, and express highways Pa., and entered the

Pat Harrison, chair- SSOO.000.000. service of the road In 4I ,

man of, the senate finance 2. Rural rehabilitation, relief in ',, 1901 as a rodman. HisM. !

committee. Mr stricken agricultural areas, water conservation W. Clement I I
promotion Was steady r j
Morgenthau outlines a water, diversion, irrigation, and nine years ago he became the vice BY EVERY THE PEOPLE'SCHOICE

plan of imposing in reclamation, rural industrial communities president

heritance taxes and and subsistence homesteads, $500- General Atterbury had this to say VOICE 1q

also retaining the ex 000,000.
of his successor: I
fisting estate taxes, as- 3.. Rural electrification, $100,000,000.
"Since he became vice president,
serting this is In line 4. Housing, low cost kpusing in rural Clement has been intimately associated ) I I

with "our fundamental and urban areas, reconditioning, and I
with me In conducting the company'saffairs
objectives That this remodeling, 450000000.
and In our relations? with the I I
would result in thtdissolution S're r-- 5. Assistance for educational, 'pro-
other railroads and with the government -
ot large nth fessional, and ,clerical persons and
orge al'
properties, the secretary other "white collar" unemployed. $300-
"The remarkable results achievedby
for he -
recognizes, says: 000000.
"To the of hasty the company last year, one of the
prevent necessity G. Citizen' Conservation corups, $000-
most difficult periods the railroad has ,
liquidation of large properties In order 000.000. wrIIIi

to pay the tax, It might be providedthat 7. Sanitation, soil erosion, stream ever experienced were largely due to
inheritance taxes be payable In Clement's leadership. His manifest
pollution, reforestation, flood control,
a convenient number of installments." rivers and harbors, 350000000. capabilities have commended him not
only to his associate directors and officers
The plan as outlined by Mr. Morgen-
8. Loans, grants, or both, to cities,
thau Is to impose graduated inheritance I but also to the executives of
counties, states, and other political LET'S VOTE LET'S DOTE
other railroads with whom he has been
taxes on estates, with rates following subdivisions for public works, $900-

those of the present income tax rates, 000,000. working In recent years in the Interestof ON IT L ON IT

which approximate CO per cent on in- I the railroad industry as a whole.

comes of a million dollars or more.The I "Moreover, he enjoys the confidence,
listened to Senator Long
present estate taxes have a max- HAVING and other orators respect and co-operation of the entire
imum of CO million Pennsylvania railroad organization.
per cent over ten and
who do not like the

dollars. Its New Deal and also have little love I -
Thus there would first be a tax of / ER IANY'S latest breach of the
for the G. O. P., the
60 per cent upon the estate or gift hYY National Farmers' Hol- vJ treaty of Versailles, the buildingof

and then another tax of CO per cent iday association, in submarines is stirring up a lot of

to be paid by those Inheriting or receIving session at Des Moines, angry talk in Great Britain France

It. This would amount to a Iowa, decided that a and Italy. The English are especially j#:

combined rate of 85 per cent on an third national political disturbed, for' they remember only too -, --

estate of one hundred million dollars. party should be vividly how near the Germans came

If all this money were handed ,out formed. to starving them during the war by

to the poorer people, even Huey Long Milo Reno, national the destruction of shipping by the undersea .

might be satisfied. boats Anglo-German conversa-
president of the association -
tions on naval restriction were to
w had a lively
which the President encounter with a group have been held In London the second I NOMt'NATEFOR
radio talk, should be -." Of' alleged CommunistsMilo week in May, and these may now be
enacted Reno called off or at least postponed.The EVERY PLATE:
by congress Immediately included during a business ses-
French are less vexed: because
the old age and unemployment sion. They sought adoption of a reso-

insurance bill, the NRA extension bill lution calling for legislation for "re- they think the development may forcea

the public utility holding company bill, lief without debts" "production credit showdown on the whole status of the fr- C\t\\ 1GR -
and Hitler's demand for
the transportation control bill: and the without strings," and Immediate repeal German navy
at least 35 per cent of the British ton-
banking bill. of the AAA. Reno denounced

Here he comes Into conflict again them as Wall Street racketeers and nage and approximate parity with
that of France. Naval experts in aPE.NUr
with the views. of business leaders of henchmen of Soviet Russia.
Paris said the disclosure might "well S
the country. The National Association "You can't talk. You can't argue. IAKcb
of inestimable benefit for military
of Manufacturers has just Issued Its Don't try to get the floor. I'm running prove
France In awakening naval Bri-
economic analysis of conditions which this meeting," Reno said. "Sit down
of Hitler's
tain to the dangers arma- :
says recovery is "within our grasp" and .hut up. Get out before we get "
ments policy.
and that the nation is closer to break-i really mad." 0
Information obtained by the powers
ing the back of the depression thanat
was that Germany already had under
any time' for years, but asks, that,] R 12PUBLICANS of nine midwestern construction a number of ,250-ton, sub-

in order to stimulate business, the ad- states who met at Excelsior marines and planned a large fleet of

ministration and congress temporarily Springs, Mo., decided that the "grass them. Spokesmen for the German government !

shelve as "disturbing" such legislation roots" conference of leaders of the denied that any were being ,..-

as unemployment Insurance, the omni- party should be held l in Springfield, 111., built yet, but at the same time ad-

bus banking bill, the utility holding' the date to be fixed later, though It mitted that submarines were being

company bill, the 30-hour work week, probably will be early In June. The "considered" In connection with plans '

the Wagner labor disputes bill, the Guf- purpose of this gathering will b6 the for rebuilding the navy. ONCE you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes' ,yowl cheer tS p-

fey bituminous coal measure and pro rejuvenation of the party and the The League of Nations council( ap tool! Crisp, crunchy, delicious-and nourishing. 4 ,

posed changes ID railroad laws. launching of a campaign to restore pointed a committee to study what One dishful, with milk or cream, contains more s

Of tied-up capital, .the analysis said popular government. The.nlae. states action should be taken if Germany vio- varied nourishment than many a hearty meal. c r

this: participating, which will name delegates lated the peace treaty again, so ob- Try it-your grocer has it! Grape-Nuts FlakesIs ;

"Surveys indicate that close to $20- are Illinois Iowa. Indiana, Min servers are Interestedly waiting to see a product of General Foods. ;

000,000,000 in expenditures, which nesota. Kansas: Nebraski, Missouri, if the matter will be taken up at thi ,

0 would give employment to 4,000,000 Wisconsin and Oklahoma. council meeting on May 20.

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When sugar was first made from

f beets It required about 20 tons ol

beets to, produce, one ton of sugar;

I now It requires but six tons, the

GOLDEN DAWN change duction of being beets.due to scientific pro I

When Black-Draught Helps t

E. KYNE Poor appetite, bad taste in the
: By mouth, bad breath, coated tongue, I
I sick headache-when due,to a slug
Boll syndicate WNU Sml.
Copyright by gish or constipated condition of the

bowels, usually may be'relieved by
im- dose or two of purely vegetable I
Thedford's Bla
CHAPTER XI-Continued Stephen smiled. "Scarcely. What Is the way-Into "We have used k.Draught. .
it, then? You want a subscription.. to exactly what Black-Draught in l
-25- our family for twenty years because I
As Stephen hung up the telephone receiver something? were running In we have not found anything that

chuckling, Miss Ordway brought "How astute you are, Doctor. I am stubbed your toe could take its place," writes Mr. A. I

In his mail. In it he found registered soliciting subscriptions to a fund designed social stratum G. Gray, of Cusseta, Ala. "It has
to furnish expert medical atten my pond. Do you proved entirely 'satisfactory." I''
that had been through the cus- -
parcel tion to a very deserving public servant.I ter-mother?" Thousands of others regard Black'1 1
tom house, with duty prepaid on It. It Draught their
as "family
refer to Detective Sergeant Patrick "Faintly-as laxative"THEDFORD'S
contained the finest and most expen
Joseph Flynn." and events of BLACK-DRAUGHT
slve combination stop-vti'atch and timepiece -
"I know him Miss Ellott. What's "Well, don't
.1 1 he had ever seen, and a note that
wrong with Flynn? Her cruelty

read : "His blood pressure seems to be very but she is out of PREVENT
"Dear Doctor Burt : to return. There
"I know it would not be au fait for
"Nothing doing, !Miss Clllott," Stephen ings living who : I Constipation
me to ask you for a bill for professional -
Gatlin and Nance I
interrupted. "I admit I sold this terrible -
services, for I realize that what
Flynn the notion that he had high the same. I wrote -by'chewing
you did for me was done as one human one or
blood but I did that for a count of your
k,, pressure Milnesia WafersFEEL
being to another and quite without more
reason I do not care to explain. The stand all about
II thought of 'financial remuneration. man has the arteries of a boy. What's you to know now q
Moreover, I prefer to remain forever
Flynn to you? And just who might earth can ever I
debtor. You will\ never know
i your of
you be? purpose making
what you have done for me. Christ, for the misdeeds
restoring life to the dead son of the "You have my name. What I want the
to know is this : Are you ashamed to way,
widow of, Nain, performed no greater name?"
miracle than did you In restoring life take me out to dinner?
"No, of course not." Stephen blinked."I "I had
' l and happiness to my dead soul. I
had to have a
I would thank if words were appear eminently respectable
try you
"Quite. In fact, a most presentable one out of a TIRED ACHYj j
not so pitifully inadequate to expressthe
." "The new nose ,
profundity of my gratitude.! Will lady"Not eh?" fully, hasn't It?" "
so homely, "ALL WORN OUT ?
you not please accept the enclosed She nodded. "I
"On the But I shall not
trifle token of that and contrary.
as a gratitude
from people now, ,
go to dinner with you Get Rid of Poisons That
add one more debt to those already "You
must nut
i owed you by me? "Why :Make You 111
"Well while the priving the people I
experience mightbe
"It is not easy to learn to live with '
delightful. I think you're too pert thing very sweet a constant backache keepingyou
I found
my secret, now that have It
The lovely face drooped sorrow The eager miserable? Do you suffer
I to the
out. am trying regard pastas
eyes thrilled him. )) : burning, scanty or too frequent
fully. "Oh. Stephen, would you be that ..
one harks back in to
memory a"ery
and urination attacks of 'dizziness
sweet ; ,
serious illness. Some days, when I mean to poor little Penelope? '
you to, most of rheumatic pains, swollen,, feet, and I'
have achieved sufficient courage I am "Good god of love !I" Stephen almost "My dear : I ankles? Do you feel tired, nervousall
come .
curious about my other self, evolved yelled. "Are you my little Penelope? ed, "and sit on unstrung?
from darkness. There are blanks in "Of: course I am Oh, Stephen, you Then'give some thought to your
used to do when )
my life. Perhaps you can fill them In. great booby, not to recognize me !1" kidneys. Be sure they function

Perhaps you will not care to, knowingthat He came from behind his desk, took den and a simple properly, for functional kidney disorder -
when yon hadn't f : permits poisons to stay in
they are better left blank. I do her fiercely by the shoulders and gazed I
tion about making the blood and upset the whole sys
not think, however, that I was ever ter- down at her, too amazed to speak. Penelope ))

ribly wicked. If so, I have no recollection obeyed. Stephen tem.Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for

of it. the kidneys only. They help the
to his. "I want to
"Tour grateful kidneys cleanse the blood of health-
he murmured.
"Penelope." destroying poisonous waste Doan'sPills
you, my heart > are used and recommendedthe
"Old Mother Nature Is speaking to
when Dan told
world over. Get them from any
Penelope," he soliloquized, and replacedhis pened, I bad a druggist.
father's old watch with the one for I

Penelope had sent him., "Give Nature your courage I
brainy people DOAN'S PILLS
; 'I a chance-give her an even break- brains. I knew
, and she'll herself the tt'y
prove greatest
you and I felt
: physician of all. dear I "
poor ; To relieve
I After some consideration he wrote
than I ever
: the following to Penelope : I EczemaItching

l P '-Come home and let me Iron out the being.were Just a little

r 'r : few remaining wrinkles so your life pitifully to be sa s
will be as smooth as you could wish. protection and blindness.'l s N and ive skin comfort I

[ I The watch is wonderful. Thanks and developed Into a use'iResino1

I I think you are very wonderful' too.Love' Dan and I just I

as usual. tluish""Have I

" "Stephen." i
you s
rt occurred to him to tuck that last r1mes1"I

I' phrase In for good measure. Love- "Oftener than I BLACKMAN I{

s not merely the love of a man for a' myself. Penelope
woman but the love that is a fine 1
I you In this box I [ I
friendship-was, he knew,
very necessary -
to Penelope. :She: must be knew, f\

be assured that in all the world somebody English Medicines are Reliable i ii i io

really cared. Nobody knew bet-
Blackman's Medicated Lick-
ter than he the wreckage that kind- I

ness and love denied can make of human A-Brik

lives ; never a day passed without The story of o Blackman's Stock Powder i

leaving him evidence of this. I angle. In O Blackman's Cow Tonic

He was not getting quite his little of being the only 0 Blackman's CharMedSalfor

{ slice of life. Money, success, the Joy mains in existence ( Hog*)

Gr of accomplishment, professional standIng "With Buds of Roses In Your Hair ton Post, the o Blackman's Poultry Tablets

I rhe respect of his colleagues, here and Kisses on Your Mouth." English channel Blackman's Poultry Powder

h J :. had, plus some good friends and true. "That's a pretty good second-hand king. He Is Highest Quality Lowest Prici
But he was lonely.) }
nose Isn't It?" Penelope queried, with way. Satisfaction Guaranteed 01
He decided not to dine alone. It
P" Just the suspicion of a quaver In her Sark can not back. f
" would be far better to drop In unannounced your money
"Don't great neighbors.
tone. tell me you disapprove.I .
( I .Iii on Lanny and Dan, take pot adore It myself" as a source of BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
Mick for dinner.
Very soberly he quoted : small for that-
I --- "And you, my sweet Penelope, out and a half miles.

j CHAPTER XII there somewhere you wait for .For Instance, Chattanooga, Tenn.llnstantliEased.

I me, as In Bermuda.

It was late fall Stephen had Just With buds ,of roses In your hair, and are no traffic ,
t I ., returned from his vacation ; It was his kisses on your mouth." jects who people !

f'' first day back at the office and he was "Oh, Stevie !I" she whIspered "Takeone. relatively simple I CAKBOIL eaoyinflammation ;

3i; a bit rebellious at the flood of patientsthat ." their Income ; reduces.swelling; lessens -

awaited him. He finally.got rid of He took three, and Penelope rested liver to the tension; quickly heals. Easily

the last one 'at five.thirty, and following contentedly In his arms. percentage of their \ applied. Inexpensive. Results guaran-
teed. Also use for festers,risings,cuts
his custom, settled back for a pipe- He bugged her fraternally. "My produce. burns, and bites. At your druggist,or

ful of tobacco, when Miss Ordway en dear, dear girl," he declared, "if I werea Originally a Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn.

tered."There's. praying man I'd get right down on :Sark: now files the I
: I
[ a young lady calling\ ," she my knees and send up a prayer of Sixteenth century :

t announced. "She says she Is Miss Elllott" gratitude. to Omnipotence. You're well?" ancestor of its. DO YOU NEED PEP ? I II

K' "Oh, yes indeed I am." the girl cried cleaning out a : Mrs. R. H. Hanncr of

"I don't know her, Miss Ordway. A with a catch In her voice "I'm happynot When he enlisted ,.i,' .... 2910 Norwich St., Bruns-
4. I '. > wick, Ga. said: "I started
prospective patient? perfectly happy but-hug me! corps after his ". taking Dr. Pierces Golden
\ "I Imagine she Is. 1 didn't ask." Oh, Stephen Stephen, It was so hard university: or \' ", .''..I}\ Medical Discovery lacked strength because

;t "Tell her It's beyond office hours and not to come buck when 1 received your he took out his >'>''., and my system I thougbt this tonic

L if suggest that he call during office cablegram. But 1 had to fight thingsout Great Britain, Mr ( .' .\;. would build me up. I took felt

! f' .:, hours tomorrow." and I didn't want to come home had never heard ?, : ., one myself bottle growing and slronger-soon

, Iii Miss Ordway departed to deliver the until I could meet you bravely. Stephen, was destined to y'I gained in every way."
New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1.00. Large
r message, but returned presently to are you truly glad to see me again?" she tabs. or liquid. $1.35. All druggists.
; t' a say that the young lady begged to be "I am," he answered, and marveled Write Dr Pierces Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y,
[ for free medical advice
'E ; : permitted to see him. "Very well, show that he should be so glad as he was. Snake i I I"NU7

.. her 'n," he acquiesced irritably, "but His heart, for some mad reason, was The snake 19-35
I \
remember Professor Finnegan If she singing within him. Egyptian spitting i fi rI r rtr

,: stays too long.," "Sit down," he commanded, and went ism of this _

> Miss Elliott entered. Stephen rose back to his own chair. "I'm going to by compression KILL ALL FLIES I

and waved her to a chair. Then : talk to you for five minutes, and then the venom is

: "Well Miss Elliot, what seems to be the subject will be taboo for ever. fangs, and at the Placed Killer attracts anywhere.and Daisy kills flies.Guaranteed. Fly.

the trouble?" ,Imagine a long hill with a deep pondat alt Is exhaled. )) or5&<, convenient effective Cannot,opal Neat-,

: 1 "Does my general appearance Indicate the foot of It-a pond all scummy forward as a Wlllnot soU orlnjure anytblmr,

to you, even remotely, that I am green and slimy-a miasmatic pond. distance, and if t-J Lasts dealers all Harold season. '2Co nNY a silt

1:' one who requires the services of a Imagine that you started running down In the eyes, 1501)0K

i,, neurologist and psychiatrist?" she that hill In the dark, that you stubbed which results In t

vsked him. your toe and rolled the remainder of times permanent

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The Clewiston News by the drink at the place where I the senate, provides mainly for the to be Issued by the director after application for cause, with licensees having the-

sold, and later in the day by a vote [following: Liquor control to be vest-I Is ,made to county commis- right to appeal to the circuit court..

of 75 to 15, passed the original bill. ,ed in a state beverage department sion, licenses to be revoked by the The license fee for vendors selling.
Published every Friday In Clewiston, i
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, The measure, which now goes to appointed by the governor, license: director of the beverage department (Continued on Page 8) .


Keathley Bowden, Editor

Entered as second class mail mat-
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under '
/k/4idpotrio now :
the Act of March 3, 1897.

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.

Advertising rates on application. '
Devoted to the advancement and

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry mthpu
County.To a : I:


taunt your enemies, quote: ,
"Go jump In the cross-state canal."

The 1933 legislature made a bid MOTOR OIL FOR 2S (
for the movie industry by tax exemption ..aiI
measures. The 1935 legisla-

ture enacted a 90-day divorce law. '. I

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Well timed event: The airing of :' '" :'..':''_ < ,<'::

Mae West's alleged marriage years
ago made on the eve of release of
her new picture.

.MxN.+.,..,.hm, n.. ..
ro. {: n r .... .
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Hayes Lewis claims he carried r rr}.+.:.: .. y$ n .} rVlf.{vyJn {+}Y4f
bail money in his coat pocket in Mi- ;, xN },' : :: .

ami last season. Some wit advises y r r y o{ '
him to take along a few hacksawsnext
,, ,
rrraS:!r y :
time. .rs
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There may be balm in Gilead but .. .,. ii
!': '
there's evidently no escape for some y
things on this earth. Admiral Byrd .
says he heard about Huey Long-
even in Little America. '

"Send a dime-
"Send a dollar- Yy}}
.Ar. ...
"Send a pint." ::,r.;}is
But the collegiate "send a dame"chainv 'K. .Yi!, .. 'bf dS4'rt{ .. '/r:.

made the date business pick
,. % ....
up. .r'%' r.rvb!. { !!rt' :

< : ; : rdI
A bill providing a 50 per cent
"take" for the state of slot machine r,
f %:
receipts has been introduced. Hu- 5 jrx.y'c

mans are such contrary cusses the ,.
slot machine won't be nearly so ..... ic:. ; : : ; 11 : d

tempting if half its receipts go for
governmental expenses.

The death of Joe L. Earman, for
many years newspaper publisher of THE NEW
West Palm Beach, brought to a _
close the life of a fiery independent,
actively concerned with civic and
state affairs, and never afraid to 1
battle for his cause. (J'U1F''LURE


Every boy who has attained the '\

age of 12 or more, will discover k
THIS BOTTLE of milk shows what
that Dad and Mother will be a lot Again Gulf offers you a saving Now the Multi-sol process does for Gulf-
easier to get along with this sum- lube. It separates the "cream" from
mer if he will keep the lawn mowed the "milk." Selective solvents settle
can a premium oil at popular: !
and free from rubbish; will do his you get price the impurities in the oil to the bot-
best to raise a prize garden and tom, and float the desirable parts to t
flower bed and be generally useful the top. This "cream" is then
YOU wished for have focussed their efforts better
ever a on a
around the house. He will discover HAVE pre- skimmed off. Gulf-lube is the only
that he will have plenty of spending motor oil-without a premethod of refining motor oil. 25c oil made by this process.
money, plenty of time off for fish- ,mium price .1 Out of their efforts has come a giant
ing and swimming. And who knowsit
- might be so arranged that he Then-listen to this. new Gulf refinery, operating upon .anew thoroughly de-waxed and filtered-the

can go on that camping trip, wherehe There is now a premium oil-with refining prIncIple-the Multi-sol finest motor oil 25c ever bought! '.
can cook his own meals over an full premium oil qualities-that sells process. _
open campflre?-Eustis Lake Re- .
Try just one filling ,
gion. for only 25c a quart. It is the new And from this new process and new' :. ,'

Gulf-lube. refinery comes the new Gulf-lube! Try this extraordinary new oil. Fill up,

'DRINKING ESTABLISHMENTS" For many months,Gulf technologists replace with the new Gulf-lube-and "
four How the you'll notice a difference before you ; ,
Providing seats drinkers or
Multi-sol works drive first hundred miles!
"offering" them food does not makea process your ; .

saloon any less a saloon, as sug- You'll add less oil between drains o"0
gested several times in these col No other 25f motor oil gives /;/this history-making process solvents
for Gulf-lube's already high mileage has
of two actions used
umns. The truth of this was drama- opposite are
tically reinforced on the floor of you all these quality pOints.! been stepped up 20% to 25%! You'll get ',

the house Wednesday when Wood of One action dissolves out the impurities less carbon, less sludge-and far better ',J

Lee county declared that the liquor 1. It is Multi-sol processed. and settles them to the bot motor protection. i '

bill "loes nothing on God's green 2. Its already high tom of the extraction tanks.The otheraction --
earth but bring back the oldfashioned mileage'has. You; can get the new Gulf lsrbe at all
been stepped up % selects desirable parts of theoil ..
saloon." And Mincher of Dade Gulf dealers-at only 25c a quart. "
3. Highly resistant to oxidation- and floats them to the top. Thisselected '
county added, "If there could be
prepared a wetter liquor bill than non-sludging...extra long life. oil is then "skimmed off," G U L F REFINING CO. '-,: .:

this, I have yet to see it." 4. It has a high viscosity index- .' :,

The bill under discussion is divid- thins out less under heat ;: >..! : ;M1.. _
ed into two main parts; one settingup easy starting yearround.Thor < "i''}"}i ''' -:
a package store system for distri- oughly de-wa. ed. }'"
bution and the other licensing THE
5. Forms far less carbon. G of
"drinking establishments. Most debate -
thus far has centered around 6. High film strength-a pure '<; NEW :
controy of these establishments. A mineral oil that Mill not corrode "r' ''y{!{i '
disputed point, for example, has new alloy bearings. '''}{' M:':}r; '
been the authority for Issuing licen- IN CANS On ItULK
ses. One group of legislators has .
held that this authority should be

vested in ,the county commissions; =
another group that it should be vest-
ed In a state beverage department. -

Liquor would play a part in politicsin
either case; but probably less You will find the new GULF-LUBE OIL and all other
dangerous a part if final authoritywere
taken out of the hands of local '
commissions. GOOD GULF PRODUCTS At 0

All this would be unnecessary if 0 : .
the legislators would discard the sa-
loon phase of the bill and stick to

the package store. But unless the SUGARLAND SERVICE STATION
public expresses its opposition at
once In a loud voice that separation 0'o
likely will not be accomplished. The Glenn Etherton Prop. .
house yesterday, by a vote of 58 to ,
27, defeated Representative Wood's
amendment to prohibit sale? of liquor \

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. . : ] found it interesting to try and sense, and competition ruins any In the Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial ,)
fl' '
In and For
.1.1i the men who figure in the cowboy. It ought to be against the Florida ,
I Mention by their right names, with law for a girl to be over so pretty, Hendry County. In Chancery.R. .
== :I
i success. For example there is the same as committing a nusiance.

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.j about the cattleman who What's the dltference how a little E. Smiley Complainant, ) ,
in the Legislature a bill gopher looks after she's married? )
;' Rhodes the! Vs. ) x
Miss Vllma spent
it legal to open a jackpot You get used to her in 'a couple of -.,
If'' Annie Smiley, ) :
week-end in Oakland. |I .
: \ pair of tens, because the anec- weeks, anyhow. This little old turtleof -- Defendant )
I is a part of the history of the mine down in Fort Ogden ain't NOTICE .
i Lawson Jones spent the weekendiri ,'
cursed with beauty. Her nose is likea It appearing by the affidavit appended ...
: Orlando. !I I Pastures tells of a young shotgun muzzle-you can look;; to the Bill of Complaint in
; I I from Texas who came to right down it. Her teeth is crookedtoo the above entitled cause that the defendant "
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen spent, Annie Smiley, is a resident .::
to work for his uncle. Tom and she's rabbit-eared. What I
Saturday in Fort Myers. of Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia -
; i was fearless, and he knew mean, she's ugly! She's a liability.But .
and that she is over the age of
cows. He showed the Flor- am I scared somebody will take '
, E. J. Rogero left Wednesday for 21 years and that there is no person
ranchers new tricks and, inci- off with her behind my back? I am I
: a visit in St. Augustine.Miss I !within the"state of Florida the service ,
fell in love with a beauti- not. Who'd steal a mortgage.' !I of a summons in chancery on
i Cuban girl visiting in Fort My 'Cap'n Ben' gives his opinion of whom would bind the said defend-
Eva Mae Green spent the '
Tom's activities were resented doctors., 'People get the doctor habit I I ant, it is thereupon ordered that the
with her parents in Plant I
week-end certain of the cattlemen. The and they lean on it. If you ain't said defendant be and appear to the .,''
: City. I is peppered with fights, fist right sick you're well before the doctor -I I said Bill of Complaint on or before
gun, wild rides, fence cuttings, gets here and if you really need the 6th day of May, 1935, otherwise ".'
Mrs. E. W. Digges went to West I II same will proceed ex parte.
into the deep Everglades, one bad you're dead before he can I I
Palm ,Beach Wednesday for shop- It Is Further Ordered, that this :
He also had ideas about read-
fugitive criminals, love and li- come. ,
Notice be published once a week for
ping. An outstanding character is ing the Bible; he opened the Book' four consecutive weeks in the Clew-

Mrs. Charles Christian and daughter Sprague, an Amazon, owner of and read the first passage he saw- iston News, a newspaper of general
ranch, who had chased a 'kind of by guess and by God.' In : circulation in Hendry County. :
Mary Nell, have been spendinga ly."I a
for indolence and wanted that country, people ate what they Done and Ordered at LaBelle,
few days in Clewiston. Kennedy. Belle boasted wanted, calories and vitamins were Florida, this 1st day of May, 1935. ''
she swelled her bank account by unheard of-'a balanced diet was ( )
E. E. Kelly is spending several Clerk Circuit Court.
stuff that didn't belong what a man could hold on his knife.
-. days in Jacksonville on business this Louis O. Gravely, s
i r week.: -'just absorbing it.: I "With all the delightful drollery Solicitor for Complainant. .
. --- Ben,' a veteran cattle- with wh'ich Mr. Beach sprinkles his No. 59-May 3-10-17-24-31, 1935

Mrs. H. p. Peters and daughter, invented the idea of dipping story, there is tragedy in it, despite I

", I c.. LaDeen, visited in Daytona Beach fencing stock, and also objected I I I battles of man against man and man
against nature. Altogether, I think
I ,': this week. woods. The reaction was L. B. MershonAGENT
t .' --- 'If the woods weren't I Wild Pastures the most entertainingnovel
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stokes are regular the grass would get i. written by this former Tampa -
'i I spending a: short vacation in Key blame high a man couldn't see boy, whb went to the Klondika for 'I
!, West. I his stock. If one fellow fenc-. adventure and found there the foun- New York Life -
-- his neighbors would be mighty. dation of literary fame.
: l:: Dr. and, Mrs. D. Jenkins Williamswill to follow suit and before long "Wild Pastures is published by Insurance Company

'heave Monday for Waukasha wouldn't have no place what- Farrar & Rinehart, New York, at I ', ''*'"11

Wis., where they will spend the sum- to run his stock. The big fel: $2." ARCADIA, FLORIDA (.
mer.. would own the state. No sir! -
.f I.fI.fI was a free country and a cit Although vegetable shipmentsfrom ;

!I I i Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart and Mrs. had rights.' the' eastern and southern' J. M. COUSE f

:1 Carl H. Berner, were in West Palm 2\11'. Beach's description of the shores of Lake Okeechobee repre- ,

Beach Wednesday on a shopping river and of the Ever- sent only 3,011" cars as for this sea- Counselor and Attorney at Law I s':
::1 trip. are classics. son, which is about one-half of the "':
Hopkins Building : F
friend Willing gave him 1934 production, more money has '
I Mrs. R. M. Hare, Sr., Miss Evelyn against marrying a pretty been realized with prices showing Wednesdays and Saturdays /
'. Hare and Harold Spikes were visitors : 'The good lookers don't have good, profits.-Winter Haven Chief. 9:30 to 4:00 .
in West Palm Beach Wednes .I
: .
:1: day. ._ :.
__ f fI
_. = -.-.. -_ ... ".. -: :: > ; : ': :;.1i: ;-. ..J. ': ". _'- 1: 'J. 5.'r.: : : : ____ ,: .. s --:"" .."'i'r:. :;,;" J( ::ff- '-:', I
j I A. H. Brown, of the U. S. Engi-
I I neer office in Jacksonville, was a

r, business visitor in Clewiston Tues :

day and Wednesday.
t ;
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Dr. Y
: :
O. F' Schiffli attended the annual ;
t convention of the Florida Medical ': "
r Association held in Ocala this week. : .

I Mrs. A. W. -Lawrence- ; Mrs. A. W. Week:

I Sias, Mrs. Urey Waldron and ,Mer- Greene's 88c
I rell Lowe were visitors in West 'f .
Palm Beach Wednesday. I -
"" .
Mr. and Mrs. C. Goodman, Mrs. h .
,.- A. A. Munroe, Mrs. J. F. Tippey and
Zerney G. Meredith were business Clewiston, Florida \ -
'1' visitors in West Palm Beach yes-
I -
I j terday.
! .
I I'I I' Mrs. Grover Poole, Mrs. I. M.

I Pafford, Mrs. V. A. Allen Mrs. Leah the extra for Gasoline I
Spicer and Mrs. A. H. King spent Why spend money I
", Tuesday in West Palm Beach. They
1 attended a district Sunday School

meeting tion Bible at School which plans was presented.for a Vaca- when the savings will buy more merchandise at

t f Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Simpson I

! and Mrs. Olin Carleton left Thursday : -, home Visit GREENE'S and the extra / .
I I for Tampa from where Mrs. put .
, Carleton will go by train to her i :
home in Atlanta. Mrs. Carleton who .

: is winter Mrs.here Simpson's with her mother daughter., spent Mrs.the gasoline money into our 88c week, and double

f-. J. F. McLure jr., accompanied them
:f I, to her Avon sister Park a few where days. she will visit the size of your package . We can prove it!

; A party leaving tomorrow for a 1"'

Jf !, week-end, fishing trip In the Gulf off
; Fort Myers includes A. O. Ward, D.
/V, A. McGeachey, C. Olsen, T. H. Jones,

i tYf. K. C. Woodward, J. G. Echols, Jimmy Dotted Voiles and 2 Pairs ofCARIOCAS SLIP SATIN I
Weaver and T. D. Smoak of
g Clewiston, 1D.. Geiger, Merton .
I'. Oliver and L. B. McClelland of Can- Organdies 3 yards for i
al Point, J. S. AtRius of South Bay,
;{, 1 W. E. Bolton, J. E. Johnson, FloydRoyal
, !l., :I : and Jno. Cunningham of Miami -

!I \,..,: ,' Myers.Locks, Ralph Hawkins of Fort 4 yds. 8Se for S8e SSe

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LI S'tEN Ol HOPE A MENTION ON) THE AIR boastful American was holding

fourth on the merits of his watch toa
PRIZE' SHAT i--- number of uninterested clubmen. At
,4 last one of the men decided he could \
stand It no longer
"That's nothing," he Interrupted. "I
dropped my watch Into the Thames a
year ago, and It's been running ever
'I since."
1ND j The American looked taken aback.
"What!I" he exclaimed, "the same
G watch?"
The other rose and slowly moved to
the door.

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.1";;" / a queen in' cotton In this heau-
tifully designed dress. The round
;;."' "Mr. Arts told me my face was yoke and panel front are inevitably -It
W't m Westrarn Nswspap tJaton
r "
t/: classic. What Is classic? becoming, and the ruffle or puff
8-,0 "Oh most anything old." sleeves may be omitted if they'renot

li: FEATHERHEADS o\\'**n?: ,Ln/L., They're Nutty Would Have Been Difficult the your sleeves type.In flaring Or, you little may wings have,

,&/'' "Well, my dear sir," said the medi- I simply by omitting the elastic which

i ; LETS SET OKIwrTH ) /J\J ( 1)orJ'8e FLHHJ"f- WELL, VHY.PON'T cal man, beaming at his new, patient, makes them puff. (See detail

"ft5SHOPPING COMMENDABLE- \ WANT A lort-J YoU Bo "and I suppose" you followed my prescription I;I sketched). In any case, It's an adorable -
? .
,: :- frock.] The most delightful
1'\,', \ YOUR DESIRE: TO ROASTgyp A Coo <''M& I "Good gracious, no, doctor," returned color combinations are being shownin

(L\S-\I WAKJTA TO LEARN'-- SCFOOL{ z ozJ the other. "I" should have broken my cottons:: now-choose unusual, deli-
WHY THE neck if I had. cate shades or boldly marked pat-
LOIN\ BuT COULD "LOIN" The doctor staggered back. terns, in percale, gingham, broad-

BRoo 1 other doctor who came to look wear: well.-- -
-- foes CAN'T at me threw it out of my bedroom win- i Pattern 2175 is available in sizes
\ 3>o IT AMY dow," said the patient.-Answers Magazine. 14, 10, IS, 20, 32, 34, 30, 38, 40 and

E ,RI.IER 42. Size 1C takes 3% yards 3G inch
fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing -
y y.
f !, Too Much Change in Hours Instructions Included. tw

A farmer had 'een visiting relativesIn SEND FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in '(

the city, but Was glad- to get back coins or stamps (coins preferred, for
; home. this pattern. Write plainly name ad-
; "Don't you enjoy city life?" a neighbor dress, and style; number. BE SURE

., a asked him. TO STATE SIZE.
"Oh, it wouldn't be so bad I guess, Address orders to Sewing Circle
If I could get used to going to bed at Pattern Department West Seven-

my usual getting up time." teenth Street, New York.

; '
\ '' *
"TO TALK THATvAHY why-, 'DeA'R'DO "There goes the only woman I have DEFINITIONIzzard
OVER 1 ever loved," commented the doctor who
V a0 .
/ P'DKJh' YOU SAY ,was chatting with the drug store man. -How would you define a
E t. ., LIKE V HE OILY BOlD_ CATCHES "Why don't you marry her?" the picnic?

L TKB V OIM "\ drug man inquired. Jitters-A picnic Is a day: set apartto
"I can't afford to," whispered the get better acquainted with ants,
' '
doctor. "She's my best .patient."- bugs, :worms, mosquitoes, chiggers,
k Pathfinder Magazine. sand-fleas and poison Ivy.

r. Force of Habit Going and Coming

The dentist dived into his tool box Schultz-Your opening! sale ,has
,- for a spark plug wrench, bent over the closed What now?
hood of his car, and said, with a Schwartz-Our closing sale opens.
smile designed to allay all nervous- -Boston Transcript. I
{. "Now, mouth wide
( open your Knows Her Marines
t: She-You are the nicest boy I have
ever met.

.h'Ii',-; m Wat. n N.wspapar TJnton _- i- f-/--/J ((F PIFFLE! He-Tell it to the marines.

i r She-I have-to dozens of 'em.


Percy, the porter, was an ardent I i
crossword puzzle fan, and his mind always -
; a
L: t. dwelt on his favorite hobby.
r." One day while carrying a large bag
'' \ o to, a train he accidentally dropped it
on a Frenchman's foot.
The foreigner almost exploded.

YY. "Name of a dog!" he said vehe- -1
'"Ow many letters?" asked Percy

absentmindedly.AnswersIngazlne.. I
: "Why didn't you marry that girl?" .{
____ "' ... ....,, ...".- "'"'UlllllhhIU "Another woman came between us." i

t' Miss Hornet-Mr. Beetle should have NATURAL FORM Tom-You can't judge a man by the "Huh." I
known he dresses. "Just as 1 started to propose the
better than to run around with way
Miss Firefl)'. 9 Bess-Oh. I don't know. I can tella telephone girl cut me off!I" :1

:Miss Wasp-Yes, he sure got singed. gentleman by his get-up in the crowd. wV,yvt.
ed car. What the Iceman Said I

Slight Mistake Boy-Daddy, If you give me 10 cents ; t"Y r .
I'll tell you what the Iceman said to Ir.S4&
Instructor (roughly) Say, who A Good TestimonyThe mamma. I
ever said you were a bugler? market "quack" f'
was selling an Dad (all excited :
)-O. K., son, here'syour
Rookie (timidly)-I'm afraid
there'dbeen A Yr elixir which, he said, would make men dime. 'IBoylIe fY
a slight misunderstanding. I told live to a ripe old age.
said, "Do
want Ice
you any
the man who signed me up I used to "Look at me!," he shouted to his today, lady?" ;
be a burglar!Foreign Service Maga audience "Three hundred years old 7 .
zine. and still hale and hearty!" .0g
Gob Humor .
"Is he really as old as that?" an old
Coxswain hear that Sadie Is secretly -
Father Scores
lady asked his youthful-looking assistant
married to
"Jack was the goal of my ambition Crow-You must have made some a fireman on the

the sighed, "but alas t" big deal to be puffed up like that. "Can't say, ma'am," said the young Detroit o
Seaman-Qh, he knows It
"What happened, dear?" Pouter PlgSon-N\ was born this man; "I've only worked for him for a all rightU.
Saratoga Plain Talk.
"Father kicked the goal. way hundred years,"-Answers :Magazine.


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"---" : Indoors sounds which are not essential
IMPROVED Little: Peace in RashDisfigured
to any task or work shouldbe .
UNIFORM Noisy HouseholdHome kept in abeyance as much as pos- Face

I sible. Children should learn,' and :, :

tt., adults remember, to close doors, not ,
(LessonBy slam them. The way to turn radi-
Tranquility Dependent Disappeared After
ators off and on, with the minimum
I f REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D., Using Cuticura ; '
Givento noise should be studied
Explaining to Canada Member of Faculty, Moody Bible on Thought by parentsand ,
Institute of Chicago. taught to children. It is amazing
Mr. Morgenthau's Work Western Newspaper Union. Quietude.The .
,: what a clatter the turning of the
"A rash broke out on my face
A West Point for Crime screw of a radiator can make If care- ,
of home is dependent from some external irritation and
; Alfred du Pont Lesson for May 19 tranquility things a accord- lessly handled. If this comes in the spread very rapidly. ,The skin was
upon many night or early morning, it awaken -
Canada of proposed Unit may '
hearing a to whether peacefulness is red,and the rash burned and Itched
airplane BAPTISM ing not only,those in one's own apart-
etl States "camouflaged
__ of the mind or the body. It is also : so that ,I scratched night and day.
--- 0 ment but those In
base near nee arouse apartments
true that disturbance in either realm Then It developed Into large spotsor
border," asks for LESSON TEXT-Matthew 28:19: 20; above or below.
eruptions and disfigured my face.
effects the other. Unnecessary clat-
information. The Acts 8:26-29. Kitchen sounds should be kept as
GOLDEN TEXT-Go ye therefore, ter, for example, is annoying and distracting "I tried' ,different kinds of soaps,
:1: N State departmentwill and teach all nations, baptizing them alike. It jars the nerves modified as possible. It grates on but had no success. I read about
gladly supplyit. In the name of the Father, and of the the nerves to hear the clatter of
Cuticura and decided
Soap and Ointment -
and turns the attention from what
Son, and of the Holy Ghost.-Matthew
dishes, and of pots and pans, when
to send for free
a sample.
28:19. one is doing, or diverts a train of
No military forts PRIMARY TOPIC-When People Are thought which may be arriving at an being washed. With this Is the accompanying The result was so 'good that I
the two Baptized. fear that articles ,will be:
and after
separate decision or discovery. bought more, using one
countries, ,no bat Baptized.JUNIOR TOPIC-When People Are It is not the ordinary, hum of broken or dented,' should they dropIn cake of Cuticura Soap and one box

tleships on the big INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- ,sounds which prevail in certain localities the careless handling. There is a i' of Cuticura Ointment the rash dis

lakes. Inhabitantson IC-Why Be Baptized? which is bothersome, but sud- certain reluctance to recommend a' appeared." (Signed) Herbert B.

IM both sides., be- IC-The YOUNG Meaning PEOPLE of AND Baptism.ADULT TOP- den racket or a persistent introduc- kitchen maid who Is noisy. Home-, Skyles, R. D. ,1, Vintondale, Pa. '
civilized, haveno makers should try to quell .in themselves -
ing tion of an unaccustomed noise which Soap 25c. Ointment 25c and 50c.
idea of attack- I. The Baptism of Jesus (Matt. permeates and increases it. Such any unfortunate tendency to Talcum <%25c. Proprietors: Potter
Ing each other; nei- be noisy about their work. & Chemical Malden
3:13-17). hubbub may be impossible to avoid, Drug Corp., ,
Bell Syndicate.-WXU Service.
ther craves what ,.
1. His request of John (v. 13) as it is present In city streets and Mass.-Adv.
Arthur Brisbane the other owns. "
This was in act. if not in word., He cannot be entirely eliminated in Too Many

Some day, let us hope, the two Countries came from Galilee to Jordan to be dwellings in crowded areas. Soci- Man was made to mourn; and FiveaeresSototal:
,will be one, by mutual agreement, baptized of John. eties are formed in metropolitancities howl. FLORIDA LAND $5 down.JSmonthly
some Florida-Sun Land Co.,Trout Bldg.,Jacksonville,Fla
Canada the United
I, .or might annex 2. John's hesitancy (v. 14)). He for the suppression of unneces-
States in a friendly way, if that were perceived something in 'Jesus which, sary noise, and they are helpful in
more acceptable, a majority of voters the .
impressed him with the impropriety of reducing uproar.In

I', ruling. such an act even moving him to hinder the quiet of the country' such MY/THIS NEW YES, AND THE REGULAR

: The North American continent, from't the execution of his demand. societies seem amusing to the inhab- '
t f the Mexican border to the North pole, 3. Jesus' explanation (v. 15). He itants. Bur jo: peaceful 'is the atmos- POWDER''PRICE IS ONLY 25J5

!r'" f \ should be one nation, or if Mexico and insisted upon John's compliance on the phere in small villages not on the CAN OPENS EASILY/ A POUND/
: 111:" others would come In, all the way downto '
through roads frequented by autos,
ground that it was a method of fulfilling -
the Panama canal, so much the bet all righteousness. that lesser sounds than those usualin

ter. 4. The heavenly acknowledgment cities are noticeable. The lowingof
'r There will be no war between this cattle, the sudden raucous cawing
(vv. 1C, 17). As Jesus emerged
: country and any part of. the British the waters of the Jordan the heavens of crows, the bark of a dog, are no- r i

::1; empire. Common sense forbids,it. Any were opened, the Holy Spirit descended ticeable, and sometimes startling.

air base of ours would probably be as and a voice from heaven declared, Even to city dwellers who go to the

,I useful to Canada as to ourselves, and "This is my beloved Son, in whom I country for quiet, the calls of birds at

hI/ we should be delighted to see Canada am well pleased." sunrise is as awakening as more.I

establish a string of air bases to the II. Jesus Enjoins Baptism (Matt. strident sounds in a city: which isI __

r fI'I north of us, especially along her Pacific 2S:19, 20). never actually quiet. There Is mel- 1 \i

I and Atlantic coasts. In Christ's commission to the apostles ody, though; in the notes of birds,

he Imposes the following obligations which Is pleasant,:however interrupting
i Secretary Morgeuthau, never in : it may be to slumbers.

k business as a banker, interested, personally make of .
tj'tj'I 1. To teach, to disciples
i in farming more than in money all the nations (v. H)). They were to

::1 I has shown the, outside world, to make known' to the world that Christ -,'I'

its surprise, that he can make the had died to save sinners and that '

American dollar keep its place in the God had committed to 'Jesus the redemption @d!}( rnJ@1J53 > I IMR.W00D

procession, regardless of many billionsof of the world. p @ @t% lf.U:. '.
bond issues, no gold basis, and other 2. To baptize those who believe

novelties. (v. 19). This is the divinely appointed I

Gamblers that ordinarily enjoy speculation way of making a public confession L.. I
I In "exchange" are afraid of the of faith in Christ. This baptism is to I -
,! American dollar. And curiously, while be, in the ,name of the Father, Son, I ,. & '

some Americans are sending money to and Holy Ghost, Indicating that the ,WE'VE.COME 1'H Y'VE GOT A ..' '' TELL HER ITS BAD

r other-countrIes, to make it"safe," for- believer has been brought. into definite TO ASK you IF we NERVE.MAYBE! THEy'D WHVJACK.WHAT ENOUGH TO BE

eigners, and especially Britishers, are relationship to each member of the .' CAN USE yOUR BARN LKE1O( USE youR. MADE you ACTTHATww /{ PESTERED BY KIDS
investing more and more heavily in I holy Trinity.
i the United States.Washington 3. To teach the disciples
( 20)). Profession is not enough. It SOWOW\OR\ BARN NOLYOU CANT! BASKETBALL SEEN you AS CROSS you /

s t'" b discusses a "West Point must issue in obedience. This com DANCE -. ANU GAME AS you've BEEN ,

f I \, for 'war on 'crimea a semi-military mission is preceded by the assurance of :; % 1i4AT'S :f LATELY/. WHATS .. ;.,:
r. I C '"- school under the attorney general to the divine authority ,of Jesus (v. 18). py" THE MATTER?
I ) train fighters to meet the national All authority was given him in heaven

F f, crime army, that collects almost as and earth and was followed by an all- i it

I much money as the national govern- sufficient promise (v. 20).

: ment itself takes in. III. Baptism Practiced in the, Early

,i' The war would be simple If government Church. nH,, NEBs
I, 1. At Pentecost (Acts 2:38, 41).
I treat crime as It would
f This was the first baptismal service in
outbreak of yellow fever, or Asiatic ,
.... the Christian church. Multitudes werebrought
i cholera
taking it really seriously. t
I under conviction of sin as a
Habitual criminals are known, men a.+
result of the apostolic preaching and
of ten or fifteen convictions racketeers ;
thousands were baptized. Baptismwas .: : 7
Make it clear that
gunmen. once
administered In the"name of Christ,
locked up they would never get out as which doubtless refers to the author- J
long as they lived and you would see ity of Christ. s
the crime fade
away. 2. The Samaritans under the preach-

ing of Philip (Acts 8:5-12). As a re- A'W;
Very bad news for this country, in ifjACK-YOU
which sult of his preaching men and women you KNOW I'M NOT W.ELL-y0U KNOW ) KNOW YOU IT'S A LOioF CURSES! THIS
efficiency and energy count as
believed the Lord Jesus Christ.
o F public asset number one, Is the sudden Their profession on of faith was followedby FEELING WELL! I WHAUtDOCTORCAN'T SHOULDN'T) DRINK COFFEE.! ROT... BUT WOMAN HAS

( I death of Alfred du Pont, stricken with baptism. SLEEP NIGHTS, 1OLD yQU' H6 SAID *, WHY DON' 'lOU1R'I I'LL.TRY' Its ME UCKED !

heart disease in his:: residence near 3. The eunuch (Acts 8:_G-30). In ANO My INDIGESflON JOU HAVE-COFFEE'NERVES PoS1lJM FoR IF HOU'LL. I CAN'151Ay

t v Jacksonville, Fla. At seventy years of the conversion of the Ethiopian AND HEADACHES ARE = AND NE TOLD YOU 30 DINS ANDS KEEP QUIET! HERE IF
age Mr. du Pont was planning, he
should be, all sorts of new enterprisesthat eunuch the Lord's work is seen broad- DRIVING ME WILD WHAT TO DO_ E HOW 'IOiYfEEL? : ;. POSIUM IS
ening in Its scope. The gospel was
would have been interesting to first preached to the Jews, then to the
Mm. He needed no more money, wanted -
Samaritans who s
nationally were on
tt / ;
> -r'1 t-L HER ro
to be useful. _
the borderland between the Jews and :{'- I 'c--
the Gentiles. This Ethiopian was in _r
Great Britain is excited about the all probability a Gentile, a proselyteto SHE'S ALWAYS ,

Germans building submarines, especially the Jewish faith. The Spirit of PREACHING
annoyed to learn that the subma- %*
God called Philip away from the great i

rines are of a "super" type, carrying work in Samaria ,and directed him to 8's..
guns as well as torpedo tubes, able go near and join himself to the chariot l lr'Y

'1 to hunt British or other ships anywhere of the Ethiopian treasurer. This provIdential ('

'i on earth. some alleged to carry meeting gave Philip the oppor- v.

'a small airplane, easily launched. tunity to preach to the Ethiopian.

Britain has plane-carrying submarines, Philip preached to him Christ as the

but that is different. German sub Savior, who through suffering and "I knew coffee was bad for

marines now finished are about to death saved from the guilt of sin. This :' lOft ', children. But I never supposed"

start maneuver practice off Wilhelms- resulted In the eunuch's request for t it could have such a bad effect

\ hafen. J i baptism. ) on me."
I' 4. The baptism of Paul (Acts 9:18, 30 DAYS LATER :.k "The doctor-says that the caf-

You are not surprised to learn, in 19). The great apostle to the Gen- fein in coffee can harm grown..

'I' .. spite of pacifist protests and protests tiles, before entering upon his work MY t00DN&SS MRS.WOOD IS 'r RWONOERfuL? ups, too cause indigestion,.
from certain Japanese, who are not received baptism at the hands of An- SINCETaAT HE SWITCNtiO headaches or sleepless nights!"
i pacifists, the President thinks It wise anlas, who was not even himself a YOUR HUSBAND t0 P05fUM HE'S BEEN .
to explore around and see just what church official. SO I HARDLY KNEW A'OiFFERENi PERSON!
this country needs in the way of "de 5. Cornelius and his householdActs If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you try
Postum for 30 days. Postum contains no caffein. It is
fense methods"
on the Pacific. ( 10:47,48). When God would
/ simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and slightly
send the gospel its world-wide
Ch sweetened. It's easy to make, and costs less than
A crime, unbelievable, has been reported conquest, he providentially brought
:' half a cent a ,cup. Postum is delicious and may
1i. ':i
Y :<0as. Howard Pierson, Peter and Cornelius together. Peter
aged twenty, killed: his mother and preached to Cornelius the sacrificial : prove a real help. A product of General Foods. '

;. father, then shot himself in the arm, death of Christ for sin and his trium- : t FREE! Let u. send you your first week's sup.

pretending that bandits had done it phant resurrection. Seeing the visitation 1. ply of Postum free Simply mail the coupon.

After police had ,kept him awake of the divine Spirit upon the / Is i
for' a awhile he confessed, said he did it Gentiles, Peter proposed baptism.IV. ..
Creek,Mich. '
r. '. .. GENERAL FOODS,Battle w.N.u. e.11-
"for" revenge." The True Meaning of Baptism 5" I. .i. : Send me,without obligation: ,a week' supply of Postum.

I He did it actually, authorities declared (Rom. 6:1-14). Name_ -
for $17,000 Insurance on his Water baptism symbolizes the identi-
father's life. He killed the mother ficauon of the believer with Jesus Street

y because she would, have got the insure Cumt In his death and resurrection. City State.
ru: ance. It Is the outward sign of the Inner Fill in completely-print name and address
l \ This offer expire December 31,1935
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manded by those representing the 53. of the Public Records of Hendry in the City or Townsite of erty situated in Hendry County,
County, Florida; and
Editorial"DRINKING holders of bonds'-'that many thou- SAVING AND EXCEPTING the Clewiston, Florida as per recorded I Florida, .to-wit:
in of right of way of the Atlantic Coast
sands of citizens danger
Line Railroad Company as located maps and plats thereof. Lot 12, Block 405 Clewiston.
losing their homes because of ex- in Section 26 and Section 36 Township It Is further ordered that this No-
The assessment of said property'
in sim- -43 South. Range 37 East. In
horbitant taxes'--and more a
ESTABLISHMENTS"Continued Hendry County, Florida and also tice be published in the Clewiston under the said certificate issued! J
ilar vein that certainly is a temptinglure two parcels of land in Section 2, .
Township 44 South. Range 35 East, News, a newspaper of general circulation -: was in the name of John W. Meyers. y.
( from Page 4) to be presenting the prospec- In Palm Beach County, FlorlcTa, the Unless said certificate shall he-
tive homeseeker and investor at a title to which lands is vested In published at Clewiston, redeemed to law, tax:
in places where consumptionis
liquor Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com Florida, once a week for four consecutive -
permitted on the premises ranges I time when, the state is boasting of pany, a more particular description weeks prior to June 3, 1935. deed will issue thereon on the 4th
its strides toward recovery." of the said lands being set forth in of June, A. D. 1935.
rapid day
from $200 in counties of less than the final decree of foreclosure on DONE AND ORDERED at La-
10,000 population, up to $750 in "When you get back down there file In the office of the Clerk of the Belle, Hendry County, Florida, this Dated this 3rd day of May, A. D.

counties of more than 100,000 popu- for the love of Mike tell your folk Florida Circuit Court to which of decree Hendry referenceIs County Ithe 6th day of April, A. D., 1935. 1935.

lation. In addition, cities and coun- to quit sobbing around about the'depression' hereby made, to satisfy said decree (OFFICIAL SEAL AFFIXED) (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
and all costs W- T. HULL, Clerk Circuit Coiirt, Hendry
the 'crisis' and 'big
ties may levy licenses tax up to 50 ALLEN CLEMENTS
bad wolf' That kind of talk, if kept Special Master In Chancery. As Clerk of the Circuit County, Florida.No. .
Places sell-
per cent of state charge. EVANS. MERSHON & SAWYER Court, Hendry County, 58. May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
ing liquor only In sealed containers, up will retard your progress another First National Bank Building, Florida.A .

with consumption prohibited on the ten years. Good Lord, man, Floridais SOLICITORS Miami Florida FOR, PLAINTIFF.May true copy.ATTEST .

premises, may be licensed for 75 per in better shape to-day than any 10. 17. 24. 31. : ? .. .

cent of the fee charged to drinking of her sister states. Real estate sales i W. T. HULL, Y Y

establishments. are picking up--investors are seeking I As Clerk of Said Court. :;: New and Used :i:
COURT OF THE l .. ..
Sponsors of the "drinking estab- opportunities--and the whole coun- TWELFTH J. M. COUSE, Clewiston, Florida. : .z.i

saloons.lishments"Representative resent their being Frost called said, permit try has selfish its eyes interests on you.and So a desire don't FLORIDA, IN JUDICIAL COUXTY.AND FOR CIRCUIT HENDRY OF Solicitor. 57-May for Plaintiff.No. 3-10-17-24-31. 1935 =i= ,FURNITUREBELLE =i iY =

"In my opinion we are not opening, for[ votes on the part of petty politicians IN CHAXCERY. r Y

to explain to plunge the state back into
up saloons, and went on I -- XOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
that the "establishments" must not : the abyss just at a time when you WELLS-ROYAL LUMBER ) TAX DEED GLADE
have swinging doors and must pro- are beginning to see the light. COMPANY, )

vide seats for customers. "What'sthe And 1 pass this thought on to you Plaintiff, ) Notice is hereby given, that Foster :: FURNITURE COMPANY :

object of sitting down to drinka because I feel that the reaction of VS. ) Meredith, holder of Tax CertificateNo. s s

glass of whiskey?" Representative outsiders to Florida activities is a LAURA N. *HOLDSWORTH, ) 1400, 5 day of Sept. A. D. 1932, Belle Glade FloridaNext

Wood interrupted to ask, "unless its matter of concern to all of us. Flor- ET AL., ) ,I has filed said certificate in my office ::s: :

for the purpose of drinking more be- ida's future progress and prosperity Defendants. ) and made application for tax :;: Door To Theatre :.

cause .4t is more comfortable to sit depends in a large measure on what ) LIEN .. deed to issue thereon in accordancewith v.
down than to stand up." the rest of the nation thinks of us. ) '. law. Said certificate embraces :.,..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:":":-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::r
Call them what you will, the new The action of our legislature affects the following described, prop-

drink parlors will serve the same not only our own citizens but ORDER OF PUBLICATIONI'

old purpose, and that Is the essential likewise millions who visit us each -:1... --N N N' ':N ..:N : .N... ....... ....... .... .................................. ........IiiImI'
well thousands .N. .N.N. .1 .N.N. .NN. .N1. .N.N. .". .". .". .". . . .04. .
point after all. The governor has year as tourists as as IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF .

repeatedly declared his opposition to of homeseekers and investors. Con- FLORIDA, GREETINGS: .. .".
the return of the saloon. The public structive legislation at this hour can To Leonard O. Holdsworth, whose VI I A

should fount on his vetoing any saloon advance the state tremendously, andy address is 530 Diversey Boulevard, .. I..!... ;. -
foolish Chicago, Illinois; and to, Robert J. : I
two -
token one or
bill matter how the wordis > the same

dodged in the language of the bill. laws can kill public confidence for Olsen living, whose, and residence if dead, is against unknownif all _f CLEWIS TON 60LF i t I''

-St. Petersburg Independent. t. I and retard our progress yearsto persons unknown to the Plaintiff, I

com .
and whose names and places of resi- .

. . . . Let's watch our step. dence also are unknown, having or :;: l :;:
: : : :MINMNNNNNNMNN. . . ::.N:NNNNN. :M/ claiming interest in the .
any property

i i Egyptian Fond, of Cat below described by, through or I ::!: / ': C URSEt.-: :j:
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY =: when under the said Robert J. Olsen, and : ; .-
for certain just I
Nobody if the said Robert J. Olsen be mar- E I .\ i:

: :=i:: the cat began sitting by the fire and ried, then to -Olsen, his wife, 1XI

blinking at the sparks as they flew whose given name and residence are

.. f I upward, but it Is believed that the unknown, and in the event such- b- X

:; ::: old Egyptians were the first to catcb -Olsen, wife of Robert J. Olsen, ; -' .I;-

; and tame tats. and finally to domes be dead, then to all persons unknown ::J: I' I ::
I. ) 1I.Qtp.{ them, to the Plaintiff whose names '

: RUSSELL KAY t:% and places, having of residence or claiming are an also inter-unknown -, Is

.-:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:' LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE est, in through the property or under below said describedby ----.- I i to the Public I II.
Olsen, either as heirs, devisees, Open
New Orleans, La.-In spite of the grantees or otherwise: !!
fact that our National Editorial Association You and each of you are hereby .'

,Convention was held this MASTER'S! SALE commanded to be and appear at the I.

year in the realm of the Kingfish, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Court House in LaBelle, Hendry yy :
County, Florida, in the office of the
there were no LONG speeches, although undersigned Special Master In Chan-
some of the speakers did by virtue of the final decree of Clerk of said Court on Monday, the
cery 3rd. day of June, 1935, then and :: .l.i "- .:"- ::
talk for an hour or two. foreclosure entered in that certain cause :1 r. I
pending in the Circuit Court of the there to file your written appear- :.. : Jj- .:..
Florida :with fifteen representatives Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida in ance, (personally or by attorney) I y. '

In attendance had a, dominant wherein and for Central Hendry Farmers'County, in Trust Chancery Company -, and thereafter to file with said Clerk y .

position and with two speakers on a corporation as Corn- your written defenses, if any, to the Y
plaintiff, and The Southern Sugar Bill of Complaint in said suit at the
the program gave a good accountof pany, a corporation et al, are defendants :: Moderate Green Fees *
herself. will on Monday, June 3. lOSS between time prescribed by law, which said .:" .. .,
the hours of eleven o'clock A. Bill of Complaint was filed
I've been talking with a lot of M. and two o'clock. P. M:. at the front herein l :!:: Exceptional Fairways :i:
door of the County Court House In La- byWells-R o y a
folks in an effort to get their reaction Belle. Florida, offer for sale and sell at Lumber
Company for the
pur- :: 'Greens :*:
and best Interesting
to Huey, and as near as I public outcry to the highest
bidder for cash, the following describedreal pose of establishing and foreclosing
can figure he is looked upon as a property, to-wit: a lien for materials furnished in the 1

kind of a fifty-fifty Public Enemyand IN HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDAAll construction of certain buildings on I x

Public Nuisance.But of Sections 12. 14 and 22 In the following described lands in
tTownshlp 44 South, Range 33 East: -

I found here as, on my recent Fractional Section 13, Fractional- Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: ...":.:......"......".............................................................,....".....................................................................................11.
Section 23 North of the 'old Meander Lots 13 and 17 of Block 385, _
trip east' that folks would rather Line of Lake Okeechobee all of i
talk about Florida than anythingelse. Sections 24. 25, 26 and 36, in Town-
ship 43 South Range 34 East;
." People are genuinely interestedin All of Sections 2, 7 (except theSE 1
our state and it seems to be com- Of SE!/{). 8, 10 12. 14. 15, 18. I
19. 20 22. 23. 24. 26. 27. 28, 30, 31. 32.
mon knowledge that Florida is lead- 34 and 35 in Township South :;: : i
ing the Nation on the march to re- Range 34 East; 1 1 F 0 R S A JL ii

covery. 14,15 All and of Sections 18, in Township 2. 3, 7. 45 8. South 11, 12,, ,.:.. J:1:::.&' .. .

Range 34 East. .s" :

Thousands Florida of during folks the who last have two visited IN PALM that BEACH part of COUNTY Section FLORIDAAll 2 Westof :;: :: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: ::_::

'West Half .:. ..
Miami Canal the
except 1" : I
have returned to their
years of the Northwest Quarter: All of ; yX I
states singing our praises, talking Sections 4, 6. 7, 8. 10 12, 14. 18, 19, 'i. 'r" .:. I
20. 22 and 24: Tracts 2 to 16 Inclusive :::
about our marvelous roads, our de- and 19 to 128 Inclusive in Y ? A '
lightful resorts, our glorious cli- Section 26; Tracts 1 to 64 Inclusive; Y Y t @ A
77 to 85 Inclusive: 90, 91, 92. 101 to
mate, the amazing opportunities for 104 inclusive. 109 to 114 inclusive' vf_ A ._
Investments. ana 126 in Section 28: All of Sections A
30 31 and 32; Tracts 17. 18, Yy .
I found just about everyone from 31, 32 33 to 44 Inclusive 55. 56. 59 :: x i ;:, ..
to 64 inclusive 70 to 74 inclusive
the bell-hop to the banker eager for 85 to 91. inclusive. 108 117 In Sec- y + x
information. "What fellow tion 34' in Township 44 South, Y
can a buya Yv
Range 35 East; A
small home for down there?" "Do Tracts 1. 16. 17. 18, 21, 32 37. 45. Yy.- A ..
109 and 110 in : : .:. .i.
46. 47. 48. 81. 82 83 '
know of ..
you a promising businessopportunity inclusive, .s.. : .:. .
Section 4; Tracts 1 to 56 .. ... ,.
for a man with a few 59. 60 63 to 92 inclusive. 95 to 98 .:' + I i .. G'I'r
inclusive. 101 to 128 inclusive in : :: :
thousand dollars? "Would a sub- Section C.: Tracts 5 to 24 Inclusive, Xy S y.
stantial investment In hotel or 29 to 38 Inclusive 41 to 56 Inclusive :} .:. --- '; t/ -- :. I ..:. ..:.
61 to 68 inclusive 73 to 88 in Jl1sive, + S
apartment property be advisable at 100 to 106 Inclusive, 109 to 116 inclusive r XA
this time?" are some of the ques- 119 to 124 inclusive in Section I : 4\
8; The West half of Section 9; : !
tions asked. Tracts 1 to 10 Inclusive 12, 13, 22 to xf ii f
But 38 inclusive. 41, 42, 49. 50 53. 54, 55, fX
discordant note
one, came 56. 61 to 92 inclusive. lOS 106, 107 .. .!. .
from an attorney who now has con- 111. 113 to 118 Inclusive in Section : .: ..
12: All of Sections 14 and 20; Tracts Xi
siderable Invested in Florida and 1 to 8 inclusive Id to 42 inclusive ._. ': 'y'. IfA
who keeps close tab on Florida ac 45 to 72 inclusive, 75. 76 77.. 81 to .5. ::
86 inclusive. to 100 inclusive 106 ? s : S'S
tivities. "Floiida is in an enviable to 109 inclusive. 113 to 128 inclusivein X S X

position compared to most states," Section 22: All of Section 24; .i. .!. .!. ::: .
51 to
Tracts 1 to 46 inclusive 49. I
he said. "The depression is over as 64 inclusive '69 to 91 inclusive, 94 .Y. .
far as you folks are concerned and 95 96. 97, 98, 101 to 125 inclusive .:' .. .:.' .:. I
in Section 28; and all of Sections 30 .:. .:. :. .'. I
you stand on the threshold of a and 32 in Township 45 South Range yf '. .:. !
35 East: J 'yA
period of unprecedented expansionand SVz of Section'23 and all of Sec- Yy.. y
development but if you pass tions 27, 35 and 36 in Township 42 ::: : .. .:' .:'
South, Range 37 East
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some of the bills now being consid- All of Sections 3, 11. 13. 15 23 .. .!. :
ered by your legislature, you'll drive 25 27 and:! WVz of Section 29, and v: ; ::: .
all of Section 35 in Township 43 yA
away millions of dollars and do the South, Range 37 East; .y. y I
state untold harm, Just at a time All of Sections 22. 23, 25, 26, 27. 34, .:" ..i".. ..:.. .:. I
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35 and 36 in Township 41 South, ..
when confidence is returning and Range 38 East; v
those who have capital ..
to. invest
are lands heretofore released from the .:. .:. : .f.. ,
beginning to again look with favoron lien operation and effect of the : .. -

Florida investments." said mortgage described which in lands the said are particularly bill- :!= =: Pay The Balance Like Rent :i: :: f ttJ: !

"Take your so-called 'Moratorium of complaint and in the instru- =
ments of partial,release executed by y
Bill'' for example. It has already the plaintiff dated September 20. :;: :i: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :: ;
1929. and In Mortgage
caused considerable unfavorable Satisfaction recorded Book 62, at page 392. of ::: :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: ::: I
publicity and will cause a great deal the Public Records of Palm Beach

with more public its If emergency you preamble don't declaiming and watch crisis your that exists step a of 24 County Satisfaction County,the 1932.Public, Florida Florida and Records Book recorded,; and and 69,of dated dated at in Palm page Mortgage Decem-March Beach 128, U_ Clewiston Home Building i Association H._:

throughout the state--'That it is im-I ber 24 1932. and recorded In Mort-
gage Satisfaction Book 71, at page ,. ..
possible for tax payers to pay the 62 of tho Public Records of Palm Y PHONE 102 :: ;
interest and principal maturities Beach County Florida an c.le-I
l 1 Satisfaction Book, 2, at page


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