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 29, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00580
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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r Lee Announces State SchoolsTo NEWS IS LATE Clewiston Political Rally. :

This week's issue of the Clewiston

News is some later than! usual, part- Marks End
Receive Full $10,500,000LEGISLATIVE ly because of an excess of pre-elec Of Speakings; .1

tion job printing and partly becausewe
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wished to get details of the: rally I 5CANDIDATES -

APPROPRIATION Kiwanis Club. Holds which was held Friday night Also Laborer Is Drowned I SPEAK TO LARGE '
through an error one page of read r-

FIRST TIME Round Table Meeting print was ruined this week. But On Standard Contract i AUDITORIUM

please have patience. The primarywill '
Tallahassee, May 28 (Special) -- be over next week. The final political rally for Hendry -
Florida school teachers' and bus I II county prior to the Democratic
The Kiwanis Club meeting on I I Ralph Ridley, 34-year old dredge
drivers will get their full state appropriation -. Primary next Tuesday was held last : ,
almost MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY worker of Fort Myers was drownedat
night devoted I I
of ten and one half mil- Wednesday/ was night in the Clewiston school auditorium -
11:00 Saturday night near Alva
lion dollars this year Comptroller J. entirely to a round table dis- and was a decided success
l\Iemor-1 1 I
Tomorrow (Saturday) is while working on the contract of I
1Lee 'announced today after advising cussion of proposed work for the in every respect :with some four :'<
ial Day and the postoffice, bank and !I the Standard Dredging Company.

the Governor the state's gen- club during the coming months. The others will celebrate the holday. The 1 Ridley is the fourth victim of drown- I hundred voters crowding into the

eral fund has $807,000 available for auditorium and the large halls to ,
program was short and the meetingwas American LeSion program will be: ing on this contract since it was
transfer to schools immediatelywhile hear the candidates make their last
held in the park at 11:30 in the started. There have been no fatal-
the to adjourned earlier than usual.J. the voters. This the ,
remaining $225,000 appeal to was
morning ond everyone is urged to ities on any of the other contracts.
make a full ten and a half million E, .Beardsley had charge of the first opportunity that the majority of
join the Legionnaires in honoringtheir i Ridley, with Joe Fine, another
dollars will be available from tag I program and had arranged a n"novel fallen comrades. employee, was in a rowboat be- Clewiston people have had to hear

sales and one mill levy before June idea for the mentioning of needed neath the high bank when the pipe- the candidates speak. '

30. It is the first time in history j i 1 Louis O.; Gravely acted as chair- ?
line broke of mud
I work projects for the club. He dis- starting a deluge
that Florida's schools have received man of the meeting and first intro-
tributed sheets of among the and water which sank the skiff. Fine .-
'i' paper DR. BOURNE MAKES
. the full legislative appropriation duced M. E. VonMach, unopposed
) members present and asked them to escaped with only minor injuries but
., and is double the amount schools received laborers candidate for School Board Member
write five different activities which Ridley was drowned and fellow -
last year. from the Clewiston district. Mr. Von
worked for three hours with
they considered important locally INTERESTING TRIP y
"Far from endangering the prom- and on which the club could help. grappling hooks in the slush before Mach gave a nice short talk In which ,

ised reduction in the tax millage, the Witnesses he expressed his thanks for havingno -
the said
This was done and when the slips body.
:" transfer to schools will leave tho opposition, spoke briefly of the
" were collected they showed a great INTO WEST INDIESDr. that he disappeared beneath the first
state treasury in shape to insure cave-in and success of school finances for this
variety of different ideas. never reappeared.The
the promised two mill cut and possibly victim 'of the accident is sur- year and expressed the belief that

0';:. a greater reduction", Comp- The slips were turned over to B. A. Bourne, head of the Re- vived by his widow and two children. :I they would be equally as good next -

troller Lee stated, "so generous has Secretary B. E. Herring to assembleand search Department for the United Funeral services were held Monday I :year He was followed by D. G. Alston b

.., been the response of the taxpaying condense and retain the most States Sugar Corporation and an expert -I from the Lawrence A. Powell Funeral -: present'' chairman of the Board

public to my appeals for payment in diseases Home in Fort and intermentwas of County Commissioners and un-
plausible ones for the planning of in sugar cane and cane Myers
L behalf of the schools and lower tax- opposed for re-election. He stated
the coming civic campaigns.VETERANS' breeding, made an interesting trip in a Fort Myers cemetery.
i. es. And our firm policy of impartial briefly a few facts regarding the for-
recently to Trinidad and Barbados,
administration of the revenue laws tunate condition and financial sta-
British islands of the West Indies, '
::. for all alike both large and small." I tus of the county, gave his thanks

K He stated further "I find taxpayers BONDS for in general a study,of sugar agricultural cane culture conditions in U. S. E. D. TO INSTALL for having no opposition and prom-

encouraged by a firm policy in I ised to serve as well or better during ;c..
particular and also to further the
, collection, willing to help to the ut-I the coming term! on the board. :;
plan of the sugar company relativeto NEW ANEMOMETERSThe
t most and reseipts are pouring HERE JUNE 16THPostmaster introducing the more important !I Shirley Bowden, unopposed candidate .:':

,. from large and small alike, nearly for Justice of the Peace for .
" commercial varieties of cane which I
half million having been received in District No. 1 was not present. ,'j(
might serve for direct commercialuse U. S. Army Engineers will, : '
if "
the past week. A.V.. Lawrence r.ceived .- .
or for the improvement of ex-:j within a short time call for bids and The next group of candidates
\- Hendry county school received word this week that bonds I II called those for Constable. ..\
., isting strains now under cultivationby purchase five new type recording on were
during May two checks from the for payment of the veteran's bonus I not present 'and 'r{)
Gratton George was
suitable hybridization and selection -
anemometers to be installed at hur- #
state, one for $2,600 and the other]I would be mailed ,from Washington This was ''not the first trip to I.j ricane gates around Lake Okeecho-, George Hines made only a brief J

for $1,000 which left the schoolteachers ] on June 15 and should be 'received and ask- ;
these islands, since he was born in I bee for the purpose of accumulating statement of his candidacy
of the county about twothirds -! by the local office on the sixteenthor ;a
of the voters. '
Barbados and from 1919-1932 was data on the action of winds on this ed the support ;
of a month in arrears. This seventeenth of the month. Vet-
] Assistant Director of Agriculturethere great inland lake, it was stated today Next came the candidates for Rep- .
new appropriation, which comes erans are asked not to become im- ':
an'd had made trips frequently by Capt. Richardson Selee in resentative with Geo. W. Abbott of '.. .
d; rather unexpectedly, will, when paid, ] patient if their bonds are not among ,.':!
in order to study agricultural con- charge of the U. S. Engineer sub-of Felda, the first candidate called on.
f j. enable the county school board to the first received: as they will, be
I ditions both in the _islands and in fice here. ; Mr. Abbott spoke of his experience '
pay teachers' their year's salary in mailed out as rapidly possible buta
'i1 British Guiana on the mainland of The types' of anemometers now in ; on road construction, stressed 'the j;j
full. few may be a little late. I "
I South America.Dr. use are of two types, neither of lack of paved roads in. the county: :
The poll tax money, which goes to
The local office will not cash the .
Bourne left Miami at 10:30: which is entirely suitable for use oni promised cooperation with the county -
the county"schools, will be used, it
toj I j bonds but after proper certification, a. m. on April 9th, aboard a Pan I i the work here. One of these is com- schools and commissioners and
is reported, to pay on accounts J ,)
if the veteran wishes to have them
i American Airway clipper ship. Be- monly called the three-cup variety other policies. Keathley Bowden was
merchants and other creditors whose 1
bills cashed, they will be forwarded to I cause of delay: for two and a half for the recording of small wind ve- next called upon but was not pres-

are long overdue. I Ii' Jacksonville, the nearest of the fifty- hours on the take-off, due to some, locities and the bellows-type for the ent and Charles Miner was the next

: T nine post-offices designated over the minor trouble, the ship failed to greater velocities. Engineers' in the speaker. Mr. Miner agreed with Mr.

i i',: Tomato Season Has country as savings bond depositories. reach, its scheduled destination on J i, office here have designed a special Abbott that school teachers shouldbe .1

," I I Another 182 offices will be allowed the first day out, stopping at Port type which will incorporate the best paid on twelve months basis, pro'J

:. Reached High Peak;I to cash the bonds at the window but Au Prince, Haiti, for that night instead features of both types and is posed a diversion of race track ':j

-" '" I this is not true of any second or of going on to the scheduled ed to work to entire expect-I funds of one cent to the schools, ex- s 1

... ;;,. I I third class office. I stop at San Juan, Puerto Rico. The simply by combining the pressed his favoring of the old age ....

0' .;'. Reaching the season's peak this:; Bonds will be mailed by registered I ':
air trip was nothing new to Dr. in one machine, so that small or pensions, and the abolition of the

:'>' '. week tomato shipments are expected letter to veterans toy be properly Bourne, who has travelled to some great velocities may be studied. poll tax with a reduced state budget )

'.: ;.,. to decline somewhat during the next ''certified Delivery: can' only be made extent on commercial land planes, |!: (Continued on page 4) I to absorb the loss of revenue, prom '.,-'

;'", few days and the season be over directly to veteran and if he is un- but he stated that the ride on the I Ii i ised free county hunting licenses

within ten days or two weeks insofaras known to 'the Postmaster he must sea-planes and promised aid
large was very steady ., Two Drowned InHighway and higher state ones, ,
any heavy shipments are concerned. -! (Continued on page 6) comfortable with every courtesy I to farmers and proposed a standard
, I shown travellers by the air officials: Canal 1 fruit pack to meet the competitionof

On Tuesday night the largest ship-Pahokee Wins From The first stop was at Nuevetas, Cu- California. 'The incumbent, E. L.

ment was made' over the A.C.L. since ba, after skirting the island for a Stewart, was the last speaker. He

the season began with seven cars I Local Team considerable distance. residence in Clewis-
Sunday A. A. Thibodeaux, 75, and his told of his long
leaving Clewiston, two from Moore
The second morning the ship took daughter, Miss Ceasarie Thibodeaux, ton and expressed his appreciationof
Haven and nine from Lake Harbor.Of .
-- off at 5.:00 a. m. and passed over 27, of Green Acres were drowned the honor of being the county
the seven shipped from Clewistonfive The Clewiston team lost their first
that he
many sugar plantations in Haiti and Wednesday afternoon when their car representative,
,went from Beardsley and Pat- game in three starts on the local dia- I the best of his ability. He
Santo Domingo. Toward the eastern hurtled from the road on a bend in served to
rick and two from Carbone's house. mond last Sunday by a score of 9-0 I at the last session
end of Santo Domingo a broad stripof State Road 25 at Bean City and cited bills passed ,
The average for the week has been and it far than let-
was a
game crossed which he worked and read a
impenetrable forest was plunged into the highway canal. The on
e about four cars from Clewiston and the score indicates. The Pahokee Florida -
of the
which is perhaps much more dangerous exact, cause of the accident is not ter from the president
nine from Lake Harbor. team furnished the opposition and
than flying over the ocean. Stops known but it was thought by some Federation of Labor expressing
As the season progresses the qual- will be the of
met behalf
aga in
dome were made at San Pedro de MarcorisS. : that the car skidded on the wet pavement appreciation
ity of fruit Is reported to be better Sunday on their diamond by I He stated that the pub.
( Domingo) and' San Juan, Puerto and was thrown out of control labor laws.

but is running smaller in size. Thof. the local team. Rico. From there they left for St. I when it hit the shoulder.The lic records showed the work he had ,F

o. b. prices on 6-6s this week has Until the eighth inning neither. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. Suc- accident was witnessed by been doing and in speaking of the

run from $1.15 to $1.25; on 6-7s side had made a hit and only two stated that if he
two-job practice
cessive stops were then made at St. I only two negro laborers who told
from .65 to .75 and. on 7-7s .40 to men had reached first base. Bothof '
fortunate as to get one
Johns, Antigua, Point A' Pitre, Gua- I officers investigating the accident were ever so
.50 for U. S. No. 1. The best No. these were Pahokee players, one he would turn
deloupe and Fort de France Martin- that there was no _car near them_ of the
2 grade runs from .75 to .85. On of whom reached first to
on an error over
ique. The last lap of the flight over when it happened. Divers went in the job of representative

packed lugs there has been a very and the other by virtue of being hit the Atlantic from Martinique required immediately and after great diffi- someone else. He asked that the

gradual decline with price ranging by a pitched ball. Coburn Moore candidates be -
about two hours to reach Port of culty tore off the top of the sedan qualifications of all
; from $1.75 to $2.00 for best packed hurled a nice for vote
game seven innings considered before a k
! Spain, Trinidad, where passengers and took the bodies out. The man seriously
lugs. The average price paid for field and the Pahokee lads were' retiredin
landed at 6:00 p. m. Friday afternoon was easily identified by a registration was cast.C
' boxes this week has been fifty cents. 1 2 3 order. He touched
II' was
From this point, Dr. Bourno card in his pocket but it was T &I:-ddoxf candidate for coun-
With the close of the tomato sea- three singles and two in the I
runs had to take a steamer for the remainder -.only after communicating with the ty judge was next Introduced. He
son, farming operation will be prac- eighth inning and to Ho'oky'Avant
gave of his journey to Barbados. home that the girl's identity was es- told of his race four years ago gave :;
tically at a standstill here until fall. who he allowed
although only While in Trinidad, however, he visited -I tablished. The accident occurred at ''a brief resume of his qualificationsand
The tomato season has been good, i one safety during the inning,
was ;:
two of the larger sugar plantations 3:30: in the afternoon and it was asked the support of the voters. r

though not extraordinary, and it is I wild. He walked four men, allowed and also the Imperial Collegeof only after a wrecker had draggedthe The incumbent. Judge H. A. Rider,

believed that every grower of this two runs to score on wild pitches. Agriculture where he the and asked that the -
I Tropical car from canal about five- followed him,
crop has netted ,a good return on his and at the end of the inning the I
met one of his former teachers- thirty that it was definitely known people re-elect him to a second term.
investment. Price on Is visitors
had chalked seyen'more
up Professor F. Hardy now head of the j whether or not there were any more He promised continued coul.ieous
quite low at this time due to com- runs for their total of nine. I
I Soils Division. P. E. Turner, occupants of the car. The ambulance service and read report of State
petition from other sections and only Walker hurler
"Pop" for the
Engineers sugar cane agronomist also took him of the Everglades Funeral Home I Auditing Department" expressing sat-
the best quality fruit is being ship in former sessions
was on I to see several of his experimental which had been called to get the isfaction at the operation of the office .
ped. Bean movements have ceased almost the mound for Pahokee and retiredat
'J plots on the sugar plantations. bodies stood by until the car was and records. He also gave a

\\1 altogether it is reported. the end of the seventh inning During the two weeks spent in j I searched for more bodies. Miss Thi- short talk on his qualifications.The fI

without allowing a hit or a man to Barbados, some eighteen mills and 1 bodeaux was said to have been driv- sheriff's race was- next with

SCHOOL IJUILDIXCJ STARTED reach firs:. His successor, Larkin plantations were visited as well as j ing. W. C. Hooker the first speaker. Air. I

Spooner was almost as good and the work being done by several scientists This brings to four the number of, Hooker spoke: of his long residence ;. .

Actual construction work on the Clewiston's only safety was a singleby of the Science dul'.1;
Department of accidental deaths In the family in in the county, gave experience

new colored school building In Harlem Miler, second man up in the and Agriculture. Being the official less than two years. Another daughter ing his residence and stated that he i.

being constructed with WPA ninth inning. center of sugar cane breeding work was drowned last July while had served the public in several different -

funds and labor, was started this Pahokee's scoring spree started for the British West Indies, an unusual swimming in an Everglades canal capacities. He expressed his ::

week and the foundation is almost with Mock who led off in the eighth opportunity was had for select- and a son, was ,killed in a sawmill accident thanks for his support four years ago i(
complete. On Monday the eight men with a single. Bass and Crosby followed .I of law ,
ing certain varieties, which by their in September of 1934. There and promised a clean

employed will begin erecting the with singles and Mock and breeding and past performance of- are no surviving members of.the enforcement if elected. W. W. Hooks (,

1 1 framework for the walls.: x J (Continued on page 4)) I (Continued on page C) immediate family (Continued on page 6)F. ,


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VV after truth begins, there

MUSIC life begins. Wherever the search

ceases, life ceases," says Knskin.

Truth may be found, indeed: but I

never in such wise as to end the .

search. It Is continuous rovpln-

tion, and each day the soul that ,,
By DORNFORD YATES is seeking it will find it in some

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transmitting into action shall
CHAPTER XIContinued19 been wrung and created, and 1 had u" 1 heard the whine ol a dog and then/ We hadn't been there ten minute know itself a living, growing soul.

doubt that Pharaoh had used it to the scratch of claws on the door that when we heard the Carlotta coming-

In a flash J had ,fired and had drawn gag her, before he had carried her ofl led to the ramparts. In a moment I hadIt coming from the castle all out. By the The soul closes against hate

hlr fire, for. before I could think, a Now that the business was over, I open and there to my Joy wag Sa use of our torches we stopped .her, to when do"eeretl.Ierc pleads.-C.

bullet had licked the sleeve of my found It hard to believe. I looked at bre. find that she was manned by a flying: Sprague.

pistolarm.This my watch. I afterwards learned that, perceiving squad. Watchmen, porters, g'rooms-all

showed me, once for all. thatSI The time was twenty minutes pas: the bustle: above him. the dog had, of them armed to the teeth. They were

far as snap shots were concerned. twelve. Not an hour had gone by since declared, by barking, that he was downIn going to compass Yorick, traveling;

1 stood no chance whatever against Pharaoh had 'talked' from the ramparts the moat. His rescue was effected. east: and the coupe was' coming after. All Things Are Engagedin

and Dewdrop had read his mes The great dog seemed pleased to see travel Helena
such a man. As I whipped to one side to west. The Countess Writing Their HistoryEvery

1 made up my mind that 1 must not bage'to Hush and Bugle and me. And! me, but none too pleased to see that I had been kidnaped. Yorlk was act of man inscribes ItselfIn

fire again until I knew for certain that now they were all four dead but I was alone."Come plunged Into darkness and my lady was the memories of his fellows and

my bullet was going to kill. In a was alive. and find her. Sabre," 1 said. gone. Let down In a sheet from the '
in his: and face.
The reflection(] brought me up to mjfeet. "1 know where she is." ramparts. Her handkerchief, had been own manners
word, If. I was to win. I must come The air is full of sounds the sky,
to close quarters with Pharaoh. If not The Alsatian started and stared. found on the drawbridge and Sabre
of tokens the ground is all mem-
to grips.I Alive, if you please: but I was shut Then/ he bounded towards me, put his bad been found In the moat." :
oranda and signatures and object
had now come back to the table. In a chamber from which I could see great paws o& my shoulders and licked I felt that It was time to say some- every
with hints which
covered speakto
no out. my face. ,
I way thing.
I round It.
as edged my way Goethe. .
thought of the knee-hole below: For twenty minutes I sought thai One minute later we stood In the lit "But how," 1 began. the Intelligent.- .

I think It will be admitted that in secret door. I shouted and heat upon tle hall. "Don't Interrupt," said my cousin. 1

making your way to and fro In a the woodwork, using Helena's name With the master key In my hand, I "Listen to mt:. Well. I let the Carlotta

room that Is dark, your tendency Is to all in vain. turned to the turret door. For a moment gu, deciding that Barley and I woulddo

skirt the furniture which you en- Helena was locked In the, turret- I hesitated. Then I took a deep better on foot. I sent him east and

counter, keeping In touch with Its my hand In my pocket fingered her breath, fitted the key to the lock and ran west-yes. ran, with my, heart in

edge, because, I suppose?you like to be master key : which I had taken from pushed open the oak. my mouth The idea was to find the

able to feel your way. After all this Uusn, but the turret, no doubt had Helena was not to be seen. Neither Rolls i I" the Rolls had not gone."I l:

Is natural : blind men move by the embrasures, and she would be found for that matter, was Sabre. He had found her at a quarter to one, upa

wall. If, then, I entered the kneeholeand a.nd'released so soon as she could make gone to Join his mistress at the headof little track-and very near cried with

let Pharaoh ,more to and fro herself heard] She had. of course:, heart: the turret stair. relief. You see, that meant that my

sooner or later he would skirt the I was wondering whether to followor lady was yet in the park."I .

pedestal-table and, though I should'not' whether to wait where I was when rushed off and stopped the coupe.

hear him, If I had put out my hands, 1 suddenly saw that ,my duty to the which was lapping for the twentieth

I should feel the slack of his trousersas lady was done.
r time, told the chauffeur to go on pa.
The of Sabre would show
he went by. appearance trolling, but to send me reinforcementsand Hit-or Miss

An instant later 1 was crouching her that she was released. The way tell everybody he met. Then I went Better three hours too 'soon thana
beneath the 'with to her bedroom was'open, and she hadn
archway, my pistolon
back to lay my ambush. I soon had minute too late.
(, need of escort, because the terror
the carpet before me and my empty
plenty of men and I did the Job well.
hands outstretched upon'either side.I was laid. '
Pharaoh simply hadn't an earthly.
With trembling fingers, I whippedthe
had not long to wait
Though he didn't know It, that track
When I did not return his fire, I key from the lock of the turret had become the scaffold on which he

fancy the man was uncertain, .whether door. Then I opened the door which
; and his little friends were going to
or not I was dead. He, therefore, gave to the winding staircase, passed die.

sought the spot from which I had fired through and locked it behind me with I
"At a quarte to two a wallah comes
and, finding nobody there, turned, and 43i all dispatch. ,Five minutes later 1 pelting with a message-we' very near
crossed the moat by the footbridge and
came to the table exactly as I had
ly killed him, of course. But by the 3.I ,
entered the tunnel which would bringme
time' he'd said his piece he was near-
into the woods.
And exactly as I had done, he be- e e er death than, before. The Countess'

gan to edge his way round It. Helena's compliments, and will Mr. Coleman
As I walked to ,Plumage, 1 remembered -
The slack of his' trousers brushedmy Bohun come back to the cattle at
hand. those terrible moments-how In orate.! : SELF.HEATING
her pride she had flung efforts
In, a flash 1 had him by the ankles my puny My cousin covered his face. The Coleman is a gen I RON f
I In' Pharaoh's face and how In nine Instant Lighting Iron.
-.'and, ripping his feet from beneath him "I don't think I've ever felt such a ,
her fear and trembling she had soughtto All yon have to dole turn a valve strike a match
had brought him down on his side. blasted fool. But blasted and it lights instantly. You don't have to insert r
buy my safety by committing a the match inside the iron-no burned Sneers.
Then I snatched up my pistol, thrustIt "Well, 1 took the Rolls and drove The Coleman heats in a jiffy; is quickly readr
breach or'trust.. No queen could have for use. Entire ironing surface is heated with
Into his stomach and pressed the back-to hear Lady Helena's tale. point the hottest. Maintains its heat even for
done more for the king she loved.
the fast worker. Entirely ielf-heating. Operates
trigger-In vain. Although I, had come to regard with (TO BE CONTINUED for HP an hour. You do your ironing with less
effort in one-third less
The magazine was empty. Slovenly to time. Be sure your next
iron is the
increasing apprehension the opening of genuine Instant-Lighting Coleman.
the last, Rush had never troubled to It t the iron every woman wants It's a wonder-
Helena's eyes-to the truth, of course, "Yankee Doodle" Originin ful time and labor saver-nothing like it. The
replenish his clip. Coleman is the easy way to iron.
that It was I and not Bugle that had SEND POSTCARD for FREE Fold.r and Full D.una.

Pharaoh had fallen to his right and .- : stood in the, secret chamber and had Doubt, Writer ,AssertsThe THE I>.pt COLEMAN.WU3111 Wichita LAMP Kmiu AND; Chicago STOVE m CO.

so on his pistol-arm. While this ,was My Pistol on the Carpet Before Me. listened to all she said-it had never origin of "Yankee Doodle" Is PhlIadelphJa.ra.; Los Angtlu.Call*. (6316W t )

taking his weight, he could not aim, occurred to me thai. If only I held uncertain. As. the result of an exhaustive -

and though in a flash he had flung the firing, but It the thieves were neither she nor : study for the Library of Con
mj tongue, anyone Cardui Helped Three Times"I
his weight to the left, In that instantmy fighting what did that matter to her? else need ever suspect that I had entered gress. Oscar F. G. Sonneck gives 16'

fingers had caught the wrist of his Let Pharaoh revenge her escape upon the castle that Friday night. claims, all of which seem to have some used Cardui, when a "girl, ,for
and it helped then writes
pistol-hand.. For Bugle and Rush : or seek, to blast his foundation the cramps, ,
he Indianapolis
a moment foughtfor Yet before my cousin had spoken a says :Mrs. Ike Wright, of Scaly, Texas.
his freedom then he let himself way out of the secret room. (Here News.
: dozen words I saw that if I 1was Next, after marriage, she reports
fall on his back] : but now my wits perhaps I should shy that though Hel- careful, my secret would keep Itself. (1)) 'Itt was composed by a British having taken Cardui when she felt

were working and before it could reach ena heard the firing, the sound was He found me finishing breakfast In officer of the Revolution. (2) The air weak, nervous and restless before

his pocket, I, had hold- of his other so muffled that she could not be sure his room at The Reaping Hook. had Its origin In "Schwalmer, Tans" her children were born. And during
wrist. 'what it was, while, so thick were the a military march Introduced by the middle life, it helped her again."I .
"Well have missed something
was miserable she explains.! "I did
In that instant the room was walls of Yorick, that nobody else in ht said. "Let that be your punishmentfor Hessians. (3)) The first part of the not have an appetite. I wasery blue and

Hooded with light. the castle heard it at all.) deceiving 'three simple souls. Not tune is Identical with the "Danza Es- upset. I remembered Cardui had helpedme
so' took it again and soon began to
For a moment I thought that some- Now when Helena's release was, effected that I blame you-this time. My lady parta" with origin In the Pyrenes. (i) pick up. I ate and had more strength. I

one had entered the chamber. And and Geoffrey and the warden had no right to treat you like that. I The air Is Hungarian. (5) The' tune kept ,up the Cardui and did 'not> have any
more trouble. Is it any wonder that I
then I guessed that Pharaoh had turned were found, the three would take counsel told her as much in the coupe. But was Introduced by German harvest recommend Cardui to all my friends?"

the switches when first he came Into together upon her report. The position she wouldn't listen to me. But that's laborers Into Holland ((0) The air was Thousands of women testify Cardui benefited -
them. If it does not benefit YOU.
the room, that the switchboard itself would be consIdered-but not forlong. by the way. You've mIssed-In a way composed as a march by the fife and consult a physician. .

might report the repair of the damage I we've all of us missed the most drum major of the grenadier guards

which he had done. The thing was ciear. To open the astounding!: show that ever was seen. about 1750.. (7)) The was ,set duringthe

r So for the: first time that night I room would be madness. The council Lady Helena saw a good bit-more time of Cromwell to various ditties IOC ,, 25C

eats my enemy's face.I would surely decide that Pharaoh and than enough I'mafraid.' ." He threw I in ridicule of the, Protector. ((6)

think he must have known that 1 his companions must be left to die himself into a chair. "Upon my soul. :. In the reign of Charles II it 'was sungas

was his assailant, but the sight of me where they were.SomethIng I don't know where to begin." a nursery rhyme. (!)) The air is 0 0BILNUS61JESS

seemed to send him out of his mind. dazedly I surveyed my "What do you know?" I said. the same as the New England Jig,

He fought no more as a serpent, but surroundings.No "I feel sure." said my cousin "that "Lydia Fisher," a favorite long befor

like the madman he looked, his face windows no doors. How did one you will be glad to hear that your the Revolution. (10) The earliest

convulsed with passion and his eyes get out of chambers that had neither failure to arrive at' the castle knocked printed version of the air appearsin

Starting out of his head. windows nor doors? the three of us flat. We couldn't as- G-S time In Walsh's "Collection of

It was then that I thought of the similate the fact that simple, honest Dances for the Year 17.>0," under the tG.pEAFECtHDMEDaY
At last, to my relief, the tempest '
fireplace.A John Spencer had laid himself out to title of "Fisher's Jig." (11)) The air Muit
blew itself out, and he lay back, spent CLEARER
and grate must have a chimney ; and If deceive us-and done It so devilish Is Identical with "Kitty Fisher's Jig.
panting, to take his rest: but, ALL DRUGGISI33ocaoc6Sceottle
the chimney was wide. well. You certainly got your own back. as printed In one of Thompson's country -
before I could think of moving, he
I must have climbed forty feet when Lady Helena was wild. 'I'd never have dance books In triple time. (!!.)
had lifted his'head once more and was
' Into iQ'j hand encountered a ridge and 1 believed It of him: she raged. "Yankee Doodle" is Identical with an
looked back my ,eyes.I grimly' enough. felt a current of air. And then I cameto "Well, JOAV that she was safe In air from "Ulysses," an opera by J. C. Have you chosen your p.ofesson7'BE
+ a fireplace. Smith. (13)) The air. "Did Little AN EXTERMINATING ENGINEER.
He did not struggle: he simply gazed the castle. I was only too glare of an Thoro are 23.000 good towns In C,S.without an
? As I crawled out of that nreplace, to out and so I announcedthat Dickey Ever Trick Ye? In an opera Hxtermlnatinc Engineer. Bo our representative
excuse get ,
me, as though he would brand
upon my In ono of these towns. Study at homo. Our scientific -
1750: Is tho
1 knew where 1 was. I had come to composed by Arne about
with- of instruction
Image upon his memory'. Then the fellow I Barley and I would seek you course leading to diploma JoO.
Helena's bedroom. same. (14)) Doctor Schuckburgh wit On easy terms.A graduate should earn to weekly
spat in my face. out delay. She Insisted that we should In any rood locality. Write for freo literature.
Roughly I washed the filth from his and surgeon Jn the British army encamped EXTERMINATING ENGINEERS AMERICA
take Sabre and the dog or-
So a madman made a madman. gave 1809 fUdford Av.nn. EI Paco, Texas
my head and my bands, but. though I ders before we left. It's right you In 17.W near Albany N. Y.,
If he resisted, I know not, but I did what I could to wipe the'soot from should know that she was extremely composed the tune and recommendedit

used, him as a lay figure from that my shoes, I very soon saw that until worried." to the provincial officers as one of FRUITS-VEGETABLESWANTED!

time on.' I could change my clothing, I should My cousin paused to frown on his the: celebrated airs of martial music. C In Truck and Car Lots High Market Prices Quick
I dashed his hand on the massive not be fit to mov ir a furnished room. fingertips."I (15) Doctor Schuckburgh wrote "Yan Miles.Our Financial market responsibility assures Full daily rctoroj
I Dotations or.not exaggerated to
ylinth of the table! to break;: his wrist, And what clothes 1 had were at Plum- hop In the merciful course of kee Doodle" verses to an old-fashioned induct uiipments. Unto or tl1ir.for ties!.

and when his pistol had fallen 1 age. time to forget the way we employedthe Jig.' (1C The air is of Irish origin SCHLEYBROTHERS"Tht

brought his bands together and got to At once to gtt to the farm became nest two hours. We used Sabre and Is Indentlcal with "All the Way 18 Eott: Camden St.DeptndabU Houte"JMORE.MD. t,6 ";1:

my knees. And then I was clear of mj burning desire. exactly according to the Instructions on to Galway" S Kitablithed JO years and the only Wholesale '.tJ

,,' the table and had jerked him up to Before I did so, I must set Helena the box. Should the dog display emotion Credit for the words, as nearly a? location.Cammtu and Firm cola now, force operating in Bait 5 ttparatt\mori.

hit feet.I free. That was simple enough. I had release him at once. Remain exactly credit can be fixed. Is given to Edward:

let his broken .vrlst go, whippedout her master key, and there was her prl where you wert when he left Bangs, a student of Harvard univer 25: GRAND IK1SHS FOR Sl.OJ:

his second pistol and pitched it vate stair tu bring; me down to the jcu, until he returns. Then take hold slty. It is certain that soldiers with All different labeled.
across the room. halL And yet 1 dreaded the duty. 1 did of his collar and he will lead you to turn toward doggerel, added manj

Then 1 seized his throat with both not want to see her-at least, not now.I John. verses that have: not been preservedThe

hands, turned him back to the table, dreaded' the explanations which 1 I began to shake with laughter. ---- -_.,-- 5 t ANDlO4JARSTHE
bent him Its
across corner and broke should be forced to give. 1 did not "Quite so." said Geoffrey. "Quite so. Fortunate Islands.

his back on the oak. want her to know that I had been After about an hour the dog displayed The Fortunate Isles were legendary 105 SIZE:CONTAINS 3/ TIMES
t there, in that room : that 1 had seen emotion and was released. After another Islands In the Western ocean where the WHY PAY MORE?

Sitting on the bench by the fireplace, Pharaoh break her, that 1 had heard hour' Barley and i displayed much j gods received the souls of favored

1 wiped my face and my hands on her purchase my safety for ten thou mire emotion and withdrew to surve mortals. The 'name was 'later given t*

a".1ena' black silk scarf This had sand pounds a year. the mouth of the entrance drive. J the Canary and Madeira island MgJl

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SCOTT LOFTIX XAMEDTHAMMELL'S first of the week to serve as. United .
Freak Ear of Corn 1 SUCCESSORScott I States Senator as successor to the Dr. A. J. Little'Osteopath,,
'Round late Senator Park Trammell until
I Grown In WauchulaWauchula Rally
M. Loftin, past president ot after the new senator is elected In
, the American Bar Association and November. Senator Loftin arrived in

May 28 (FNS).-Riley William C. Hodges wellknownJacksonville attorneywas Washington Wednesday. to take up Lake Harbor Phone :No. 1
Sellers, local farmer, took the spot .named by Governor Sholtz the his duties.,
light from politics here this week I "Homestead Bill" .
when he displayed a roasting ear
weighing three pounds and measuring CANDIDATE FOIl
nearly 3 feet in length32 inches -
to be exact. GOVERNORHodges

The freak ear was grown on Sell-

er's farm, located a few miles from SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDSRecord .
town on the Avon Park road, and .
residents it the largestear
I ? W'v
of corn ever displayed.The I I -

rating for burglaries, breakIng -
:::: '\' of Dividends of ;
and entering, larceny and theft :

show fewer of these crimes than in : W '" .. Clewiston Home Building Association

., ;
either of the other cities. ". .>

I ,- ': ;7 RATE RATE .

c, 1 y'''o'. '.,; '/ ,; YEAR PERCENT YEAR: PERCENT
I !;<,." .. ,; ; .J',';., 1928 5.5 1933 6
MONEY'I :: ...' -. >:: .. ; 1929 7 1934 ,,6-

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be raised :. ..
must to pay :;:it-- .
A ( ..
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; 1932 < .
OLD AGEPENSIONS :; { ,<> : ; "

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' \'f'h." '.:;;; .." : :,: ( :,
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J. M. Lee, candidate for reelection I
as state comptroller, be- i BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
lieves old age pensions are essen- I Invest savings for safety and a good "
' tial in the economic structure of because he stands so I your THING TOMORROW AND
the nation and the state. I return. Home Building has never paid -
.' '=. far ahead, has been .TALK THINGS OVER.

Believing in this theory, Floridians I viciously slanderedby dividends of less than 4 percent per year. .

can depend upon him to the usual age-old
In these of reduced interest -
support any effort to bring ade- I sickening dirt spreadby I days on savings -
quate security to ,the aged of our .
state. I. the professional I accounts and reduced returns on other ..

politician and bg- forms of investment Home Building offers ':.: ( : i
If anyone wants to know what cause : .. .
J. M. Lee will do about collecting the conservative, thrifty investor the ,investment y '. .

these moneys to ply; old age pensions I ,Hodges lead the fight for the' best suited to his needs. Investigate ;
he needs only to ask any masses of the peopleto .' ,
Confederate veteran or any school get taxes off their Clewiston Home Building Association l
teacher. Jim Lee has insisted on
tax collections so vigorously that homes and to kill the I ; whether you intend investing ,as CLEWISTONHOME
teachers,have been paid their full sales tax. The "big
$9,000,000 this year for the first interests" don't want little as 5.00 per month or as much as BUILDING

time in history and the spectre. of $1,000.00 in a ;Jump sum, you'll find a '
insufficiency hovering over the because he stands ASSOCIATION
pension fund three years ago has openly for old age Home Building program adapted 1 to your
been swept away and replaced mother PHONES 102-103
and pen-
with the assurance that there nev I requirements. t
er will be a shortage in this pen- sions and because
sion fund as long as Lee is CompI I
for the tax, .free
troller. I Hodees'fight ..,
homes made these .
Jim Lee lives up to his' promises "special interests"

;: -as for instance read what he I shoulder their proper .., .. ... ...
promised in 1932 and what he part, of the tax bur- "i. :.- _- :::?: ::. L",:: f"j.:: ;:: L= :- ; .- :.l" ...:: '4' = .- __. :l
.:r? performed. Read, his circular and I "
check on his performance. den. If ,the voters. ..

past service to the ;;E:
J. M. LEECan
citizen by
rallying average to his J banner -

be depended upon to get the I this leader of They Want Patv

the masses, known
money JO pay ;
: for his "past per- '

i_ -- formances", "political insteadof plat- i a1.'tAS-;": GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA :1

form promises"? can
Let's Give Him a Second Term as win in the first pri- o., .
: '
\"" Want him because his
'' economic policies are ,
-:,: :
Help Yourself, Your Family, Your .
COMPTROLLERPolitical ._' ,;/, ..,. sound.
Home, Your Schools by Helping i J: > >:'' "?'' Wants him because he has endorsedthe
Workmen's Compensation Act
HODGES:I--The poor man's friend ;
( ad. paid for by Friendsof ;) and advocates improvement of labor conditions.

J. M. Lee proud of his record.) (Paid For By Friends) ':' Want hjm because he will
I TEACHERS, make adequate provisionsfor
c '' u>'. > their compensation from proven sources, and .

advocates half pay during vacation months. He ..->:
'y;: ., demonstrates how savings can be effected for this. ',

III': :":;:":":":-:": : : : : : : :" ':-:": : :": : :..:.:..:.:-:..:..:.:,: :-:-: :..:..:-:.: :III'i' ;< purpose. Want him because he advo- .
"v l THE JJ.SLLcates a constructivegram pro-

"itY 4 for old age pensions. 1
I \
Vant him because hoI ".
' <;,.;:. ; < )s HOME OWNERS intends to make the :
i I I Homestead Exemption law effective and beneficial. -

, ii'. CLEWISTON 60LF j! wb y FATHERS MOTHERS and vocates Want him repeal because of the he slot ad- .

I 'r". :' machine law. r
I : T AXPAYERS Want him because he advocates -
t :: COURSEIt :: s' 'F 1 a definite tax
.'<_ >> :', ;
:- i{ limitation on all real property. .

l ': { :',i.i. 'w MARRIED Want the right to contract that* -;

'.-- ,' : ''ie is insisting they must be '"
.i. c54I WOMEN ,
't. I ... siven. ,"..
'.' ; .'. .
t'I I STATE Want him because he advo- .
y i fir,>' h '
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Want} 'm 1 e'inuse he advocates -' .,' :
y 1 r THE PEOPLE .
::: I It :i: abolition of the "

H .... Open to tIe.1 PllbIIc) i iY poll POLITICIANSes Don tax. to abolish of his the promis-vic- ":,-:' .,

Mous two-Job-man practice ,
I I't' +
'ii 1$. F. PATY and non-essential boards and commissions \ '. ;
.' \ ,::::: : :__ ..t.y .
% .. thereby depriving them of a dubious means of live-
I A.i. '" lihood at the taxpayers' expense. 'i
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t; .t..t'.t', I The Public Approves It The Press Approves It

:!: II (Moderate Green Fees :i: a
His Opponents Approve It So It Must Be Good

:: \ Exceptional Fairways :i:

-;\ :I!: Interesting Greens :i:

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The Clewiston News LANDIS STAYS LADIES'--AID Is your subscription paid?

The June meeting of the Ladies'
Aid of the Community church will
in Clewiston .. ... .... .......... ..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:": :":
Published every Friday be held at the church on Thursday, .i"y:":':-;' :':':-: :":':-: : ":":":":":-:':":":'-: : : : : : : :-: -:!-:"$"

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, TELLS I June 4th. There will be a covered y
Inc. RECORD OF SERVICE .I dish luncheon and a program hon- ::: WHY SWAP EXPERIENCE :!:

oring the birthday anniversary of :i: FOR AX EXPERIMENT? :i:
TALLAHASSEE-Attorney Gen- the society. f

Keathley Bowden, Editor eral Cary D. Lands;: took time off The meeting will begin at one o'- y y
from official business as Florida's clock with a business meeting fol- .i' RE-ELECT 'y'
legal advisor today to tell the people lowing the luncheon. All membersare y y:
; of the State he has served for the urged to attend.
Entered as second class mail matter past five years why he wants to be 1 V55 .

_February_' ,un_ 1._r 1927.. at the Post re-elected to office. I II :.: aI7t ;J W. v. 'KNOTT :*:
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under General Landis, a veteran of Flor- i I y:

the Act of March 3, 1897. ida law courts and a successful prac-I I[ y y
tioneer for 26 years, said that 3rhcz1tu.FLORIDA y y
gretted his official duties preventedhim I ; 'v:. State ::Treasurer 'i'v =
getting around the entire stateto I A I Y
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. visit his friends and carry on an Y Y : V

Advertising rates on application. intensive campaign."I i.:: ryifs Since becoming State Treasurer :i t/:
take this opportunity of tellingthe 1 p :
people of Florida why I want to Pt :i: September 23, 1928, Mr. :;:

Devoted to the advancement and serve them for four more years.CARY : Wg X.:_ A5 Knott has received and accurately X.:.
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry "W
County. :_: ", to accounted for three hundred ::

:: ::
; % ;
:kVVV ] and twenty-five millions

Don't forget the Memorial Day :i: of dollars of public funds. :i:
Services. 'm Y: ,- V:

JB JJ14L'Lstop .:. Honest Impartial Experienced X:.
Study the qualifications of the I h
candidates and mark your ballot ac :.= ((01 :;: It's A Good Rule To Keep: The :Man: Who Has Given You A ..;.; i.

cordingly. And may the best man I .2- SQUARE Deal. 'i-

win. ::: ,(Paid Political Adv.) ::: ,t'bt
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Machines. to test the velocity of 44V/VVV.V I --.. ---

winds and their actions on Lake .......... .......... .. .. .. .
: :INN/ :-:-: : : : : :-: : : : : :HNIINNIIN:1MNNN:N: :N: :1:NNNHNN:1N:?: :NNN:NN:N:
Okeechobee waters and a possibilityof % '
radiophones installed for communication : .
storms before at the y

long indicates that the U. S. Engi- E { :;: ? .., :: ,,: ., .:..,.-. :!:
in their fEOtCtSVfftCLCUIV Why Change }- -, -
neers are not relaxing fight : !- C : : i'.i
against hurricanes even though mostof .i-.iI .. :::
the protective levee is complete. M Jf n 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll I :;: Under the administration of State Comptroller J. M. Lee; :;:

F :i: 6 Florida has gone places and done things in a financial way. .;.
U. S. E. D. To Install .:. ..
,': 1 Outside Rooms With .;. Florida has gone to the corporate interests and concen-- ::'
Private Bath ::: trations wealth and by enforcing rigidly (yet fairly] and im :2:

(Continued from page 1) came to Florida in 1901. I obtained ;+_; partially) utilities taxes, motor transportation taxes- intangi- :X i:
They are to be built to withstand a position as teacher at Stetson COOL, CLEAN, QUIET"Overlooking : .;.
: ble taxes, documentary stamp taxes and other revenue laws,
t a wind velocity two hundred miles University, and later opened a f y
.t... an hour. small law office in the City of De- Biscayne Bay :. we have collected millions of dollars rightly and properly due ':'
The bellows type anemometer Land-Bert Fish-now United I *_* the state-and on the same basis as paid by the masses ands :::
States Minister to Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and ;. i
which consists simply of a metal Egypt and taxpayers of moderate means. ::
I'form-I **
ed a partnership in 1904. Business Section. : :
; tube always pointing into the wind, v< :t: :
ple of this State were good to us. With the replenishing of the treasury
will not register slight velocities
"I lost two of I !*! y
t; but when the winds theY my children, and RATES '
are strong ** ::
; have now a son-who took over the I : Y :-:< '>- :: .'--,;.., > ;
'. bellows in the instrument is inflated responsibility of carrying on the I *: 0 II I '''.,r-$$ ,I{ ';'.'''' .- V
and the recordings made.. This practice of law in 1926. $1.50 Single
:, instrument wilf also record all I ? ff'
r severe "When the position of Attorney % : I
r.: gusts, a most important item in Jeneral was offered me by appointment $2.50 Double '
r studying effect of hurricane winds. ,- I saw my: opportunity of serving Comptroller
> The smaller, three cup instrument the people of this State who had Special Family, Weekly & :i: 'to .. ,:.,:<:( j'., :. :;:

t/ will: measure the lighter velocities been so generous and good to me. I Monthly RatesS. :;: '. : _J' :.." ':;;:; : ?{: :.. .. ..;.. "
: has paid the state debts. 'R4'-' '' -- .
and both of them, well as the did not accept the position with any I ;' '; -
> .as I :: ':--j:\ :: & fS' lJ.; =
political 'D. .
ambition McCREARY, Proprietor .
in mind. I ,
rf; direction of the wind will be recorded have do not .i. has provided free school books. q : .'/, ';t .:. '
political ambition
on the clock chart with three for any I :: "
: needles .on the anemograph which other state or national office." v has paid teachers their deserved salaries. V V :!:

f2; will be located in the hurricane gate .' :=:: has provided $1,500,000 to eliminate death trans at state 'i'.

I ;::. ., control room. ::..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:....:..:-:..:..:..:. ::: institutions and needed buildings at state college aid: univer- ..
.;. The five instruments will be located y .. :!:
y sity as well as the new tubercular hospital. ;
f on the :Moore Haven, Clewis- '.. .:.
:: ton, Belle Glade, Canal Point and :: Vote toREELECT has created substantial balance in the pension. fund. *
,"' :: t 5 '.'
Okeechobee gates, thus putting one : 'I
2'S- : has paved to pay old age pensions as ,.
way soon as appropriations ;
on the north, east, south and west :: : .
shores of the lake. A metal mast, i :;. are provided. :::

;V eight feet high will hold the instrument y X 4. has returned more than a quarter million dollars of im- ;.

on top of the control houses ::: ; .? ::: properly collected taxes to our merchants. '" :i:
and this mast will be firmly guyed :;: :
:!: ::
RV'V four ways., Automatic tide gaugesare .. 1Carv DokTA :_: has insured a substantial, reduction in state tax millage.. ::

already in place at each gate !. l 1 :=: has enabled schools to' -run full term-when' no one .;,
and when the wind instruments are :.
y ) .: dreamed such a feat possible prior to successful culminationof .:.
4V, in operation a close check may be I :
; tax paying drive he'inaugurated. :!?:
kept on the "wind tides" of the lake.
I ) ::: :::
The opportunity for: studying the LAND
VV' action of wind on an enclosed body: ; I :::: Who :.:

of water has never been so good as! yj Y.Y .

e, itis on tins lake with more than

seven hundred square miles of water: j 1 1 I: could improve on this? :!:
3 surface. It is believed that an accurate Attorney' h

,y check kept by the Engineers ov-
t ty
V er a period of four or five years will Nobody
._ result in
acquiring important scientific -
information. ::: General ::
:: GARY D. LANDIS : :: .',; .
; ; ; ::
Radiophones At Gates :: : ,
To .... '" .,. ,l.-; >.",.,. _.: -' .-. \I:
; establish lines of communication .. "'""I<:"..1..7'' : ,- .
3>,.; V between the hurricane gate :!.: Resident of Florida since 190 1. :: ..'_.. 'hat .. -..'"...-,.:-'. ;,W:::'j-",-..,)' -'''., %" ;., '.:.
; : ::
control houses and the sub-office of ..
:_!: Successful : ': .:-
the engineers in Clewiston that will ; Lawyer-A veteran of Florida ::: y

be satisfactory in the event storms :s: Courts and practitioner for 26 years. :!: :!: constructive program have his opponents offered? :i:

y : plans are also being made for the :!: substantial complaint have filed
? they against his work? ::
:V installation of radiophones of short Made Attorney General by appointment. :_': *
wave length in each of the control : V

rooms and in the office if investigation :: Has no political ambitions except to con- :: :'i.;: 'V' None :.::.

;. ite decision proves it has practicable.been reached No as defin-yet :: tinue in this office. Holds interests of state :=: '

'j but it is felt that some such methodof :!: above personal ambitions. 1 J jj!

communication will be worked out o.
,:. prior to the next storm season. :;: AX X FOR LANDIS :: .. ; '-;< KEEP :::
L : + As the primary campaign draws to a close The Miami .=. I
Pahokee Wins- : Herald again calls attention to the desirability of returning ::: x.
?,:: ::: Cary D. Landis to the office of state attorney general. .:. h

_;. The functions of the attorney general are to act as legal :j i: .
t. :.:.- (Continued From Page One) :x: adviser to various state departments, to conduct lawsuits in .:. J.M.LEE
Bass scored.It .!. the name of the state, and in general to exert a steadying influence .;. : .i
.i. upon'the entire bar of Florida. ::: ..
was an exciting game and local ::: He is, in fact, the No. 1 lawyer of Florida, and as such .:. y.

fans are expecting greater compe- ..:: must have background and high standing in the profession .i..i..i' :!: The Right Man :;:
tition when in addition to mastery of the letter of the law. From his ex- A
; the teams meet next ::: perience for 25 years as senior member of the DeLand firm of .;.
i Sunday. .i' Lamlis, Fish & Hull, as professor of law at Stetson Universityand ::: l ON THE JOB' '

t< The line-ups: L. Spooner rf; H. ::: as state attorney, General Landis has acquired a position .;.. : .'. \,
x almost! unique among: the legal lights of this state. Y
Larrimore ::: .
; Tabb, 3b; Walker, :
p; :x: While many factors dictate the retention, of General.;. : Give- second term ::
.t. 1m a
Larkin Spooner p; II. Spoouer, 53; s.!. Landir, no showing has yet .been made of reasons for not ':. y :, as .:.

Ii: Mock, 1b; S. Spooner, c; Bass, If; 'i.: ]keeping him in office. In picking public officials, the best rule ::: I
:?: usually is to keep in office those who'serve faithfully and well, 'i. jjj
Davis and "COMpr-rROLLER
E' Crosby, 2b.
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; and not to replace them with others whose chief qualification _: _
i. Clewiston: Clark, c; Roberts, ss; ::: is a desire also to hold the office. A I .'. :::

{. Moore, p; Nall, 3b; Lawrence, rf; I.;: The public and the Florida bar generally are well pleased .i. v
Avant, cf; Ward, 2b ::: with the present state attorney general. The Herald urges the :X Y
Miller, If. ; Shelly, Ib; I ;: voters to mark an X opposite the name of Cary D. Landis for .;- I ::: (Political ad paid for by friends of Florida who believe J. M. :;:

I -i. attorney general as concrete evidence of this satisfaction with :_ I 4. Lee's record entitles Florida to his services for a second term) ;:;
: :;: his work. Miami Herald. y
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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .: I GARDEN CLUB MET WITH sage of white gardenias.Mrs. day in the local contest-to take the NORGE REFRIGERATORSPHILCO
MRS. WRIGHT THURSDAYMrs. Roberts is the youngest lead for this week. C. D. Beatty witha RADIOS

.- :: Personal Mention :!: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.. S. Wil seven pound bass took the prize Furniture and Home Furnishings

F. M. Wright was hostess it lingham. She attended the local last week.

.:..:..:..:..:..:u:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..: a meeting of the Garden Club at her. Household FurnishingsInc.

M. T. Ironmonger and Sidney home Thursday afternoon. I DAUGHTER BORN FOR SALE .
Plans were made for the corning
Hoover spent Wednesday in Miami. --- BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA
year and a program committee was Mahogany Dining Suite consisting i
-- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee announcethe
will be
The next meeting
appointed. of dining table, buffet and
':', Mrs. E. J. _Rogero was a business held on August 27. The hostess serv- arrival of a six and a half pound four chairs.

} visitor In Miami Wednesday. ed 'an Iced fruit drink and cookiesto baby daughter at the Lakeland Hos-
ri; ,.' the following members and pital Tuesday night, May 26. The Inquire at U. S. Engineer ware- All Over Florida They Are Sajing"DAN'S

' : ,: '" young lady will answer to the name house, Clewiston, or Capt. R. I
Lawson Jones was a business vis- guests: I I of Linda Ann. Selee. THE MAN"Dan
;}::',: .' itor in Tampa Saturday.F. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. O. F.
.' .\- Schiffli, :Mrs.! F. Deane Duff, Mrs. -ooo-

I W// C. Owen, Mrs. O. H. Roberts, HARLEM SCHOOL HASGRADUATION Chappellfor
; F. I. Hill and H. A. Bestor were
Mrs. W. F.
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, :EXERCISES
"&z's. business visitors in Grant Thursday Simpson, Mrs W. M. Rcdelsheimer, -- Governor

Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. R. T. Mitchelland The colored school in Harlem I Elect :>'''' ''''''' .,. ... ..... .. .. ...
--:- Mrs. J. E. Johnson and Mrs. G. 33. Mrs. F. I. Hill. I held their graduation exercises on i- : :: .j

R :'; Rackstraw were business visitors in Wednesday and Thursday night of .i.ii

>:'.': Pahokee Wednesday afternoon. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY this week, five being graduated from ,i j, :

; the eighth grade on the latter night C ;
; with C. Davis, negro minister, giving !
;:.?' Mrs. Joe Cato and Mrs. B. E. Nail, ,.
I. the graduation address. s 1r r :wk np r 1
< Jr., and Miss Wllma Faye Nall spent
y. ; surprise birthday party was giv- The program on Wednesday night

? ;f"-; Thursday at Fort Myers Beach. en for H. H, Turner at the Turner was a school play in which a numberof

home Monday evening, each of the I[ pupils participated.

", Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen returned guests carrying their part of the refreshments Both events were well attended bya .

Friday from several weeks vacation of sandwiches and other representative group of white peo- .. '% ;4 .'lswt1'

spent in Alabama and Mississippi. delicacies. ple from Clewiston. '
-- Those attending were: Mr. and L

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruze spent Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs* C. GEORGE TERRELL LEADS < ?

Sunday with Mrs. Cruze's mother in E. Nail, Mr. and Mrs. 'C. R. Cruze, CONTEST THIS WEEK
t"& Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mr. '
....1 St. Cloud. Ca4 ai'
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Miss Marjorie George Terrell registered a five

,'-. Hood of Clewiston and Mr. and pound, fifteen ounce bass last TuesWtHLE r
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet Mrs. J. B. Miller and Mr. and Mrs
\:. returned Sunday from a .vacation UJv
Buster Willis, of Canal Point.
trip to Louisiana.Mrs. a

.. "" :MRS. T. B. SHELLEY IS I /

o Mrs. W. C. Prewitt returned Sun- HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB 1Jh'tSl\

::' day from a two 'week's visit with
w, her mother in Fort Meade. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley entertained 'NI

A:.. the members of her bridge

'.. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence visit- club and several guests at her home NATHAN MAYOCommissioner
afternoon.Mrs. V G Dan Chappell was "First< to
it Wednesday
ed in West Palm Beach over I
};:, week-end M. E. Yenawine received a I Raise the Lid" on the Tallahassee
> \, situation and expose existing self-
e t, --- pair of pictures as high score prize; \ I ..
interest at the expense of the pub-
; Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Curry re- Mrs. A. A. Munroe, party accessories of lic interest He had the cour-

,> turned Sunday from a visit of two as low prize and Mrs. G. B. I tge to denounce such practices

weeks with relatives in Key West. Thomas as cut prize, a double deckof AGRICULTUREt giving jobs or patronage to mem-:
t'-,' cards. I I bers of the legislature at the peo-

: Capt. G. E. Linkswiler and F. A. Refreshments of sherbet and cook- ple's expense so the Governor

i Ray were business visitors in Jacksonville ies were served: to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Market Builder for could control the legislature--
f;: for .several days this week. Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. I. M. Paf-: the legislature that gave Floridathe
ford, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. A. A. slot machine over Chappell'sprotest
err' I and vote against it
.' Mrs. G. O. Wallace and Mrs. Camille Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nail and Mrs. GUNS everywhere Florida FarmersTHE Chappell exposed extravagances-

'-. ] A. Baker were business visitors M. E. Yenawine. Tea guests were: -Ifcrge and small- without parallel in the state's his-

';- here Wednesday.Mrs. I Mrs. H. H. Turner and Miss Marjorie .are being: fired at numerous tory to build up a gigantic ma

Hood. candidates, :says' the Daytona I MAN whose platform is Performance :- chine that a puppet Governor'

F. Deane .Duff visited her I Bench candidate Observer for Jerry ,Carter. Not Promises. might be elected to preserve the "
mother, :Mrs. F. E. Bryant in Palm H. E. TRICE HONORED p'.ifl-y O1 his way governor. nor does existing order of self-interest at
Beach for several days this week. I WITH IiIRTIIDAY''ARTY anyone ilouht Jcrrj's honesty, ,, THE MAN who is building hole- Tallahassee Dan Chappell .
'Inter! l'Tity and UHyvfeivins loyalty: sale _Markets for Farmers. carried his fight against theSe and
\ --- A H. E. !o Florida. He has legions of other practices to the people in a ':'
i'.:) Capt. Richardson Selee spent the ,' birthday party honoring friends! throughout the state. THE MAN who turned a million state-wide radio broadcast, even ,1

week-end with his family at Miami I Trice was given Wednesday eveningby dollars into the State Treasury before he thought of being a can-
Mr. Mrs. W.
and R. Broadrickat
Beach. their home.Birthday after paying all expenses of his didate for Governor He has
also carried the fight to the peo- :;
Miss Ruth Knight returned homo cake and punch were Department' from inspectionfees. pIe, against the power of the ad-

today from Tallahassee where she served to: Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Trice You contribute nothing to ministration machine, courageously ,

has been attending Florida State and children, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. his departmenj in jour tax assessments. and effectively as a candidatefor ,J.

College for Women. Moon and daughter, Shirley, Mr. and Governor. : ::1
Mrs Gilbert Johnson and daughter, GIVE HIM THE CHANCE _

Mrs. A. N. Gallant--and Miss Peggy Mamie, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mountain A THE :MAN who saved thousands The people have accepted Dan ::;;

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Prevatt and from being evicted from their Chappell as the man who will restore '.
Gallant left this week for an extended -
Miss Cora Mae Brantley. homes by the speculators in tax order at Tallahassee 11 ,I
ir visit with relatives in Trenton, N.r '
certificates. who will restore legislative inde-
r Jersey. pendence who will save : :'1
--. RobertsWillinghamNuptials {' THE MAN who alone saved the Florida from another four years

:: Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,-:Mrs. J. A. Rum- state from a $20,000,000 bond of the kind we've been having for

bley, Mrs. F. H. Moltz and Mrs. G. SolemnizedMoore issue. the past nearly four years at Tal- .',I;

B. Thomas were visiting in West, lahassee. : .''.
Palm Beach Monday.Mr. -- HE OFFERS THE REMEDYDan :: -
( Haven Democrat)
Chappell offers the remedy "
A wedding ceremony of more than For '
: and Mrs. Foster Meredith Vote He states his purposes in '
Miss Eunice Meredith and Z. G. Meredith -: usual interest was that which took JERRY W. CARTERTHC plain words Being a Georgia "';
place Saturday night near midnightat Cracker raised in Florida, Dan ::
left Monday for a visit in COMMONER: FOR NATHAN MAYOPolitical
Jacksonville.Mr. the Baptist church and united Chappell doesn't know the art of
Miss Joy Willingham and Ward W. GOVERNORMany fence straddling or dodging issues

Roberts in marriage. The wedding Candidates! "Cuss" Each Other;: As Governor he can be depended -
and Mrs. J. F. McClure, Jr., of Jerry Keeps! On Callin' 'Em "Brother"WHEN
took place on the anniversary of the ( AdvertisementPaid upon to serve the people
I' Ocala arrived here today for a vis- wedding of the bride's parents. Only IN DOUBT ,VOTE for by Friends of Nathan Mayo.) He is the candidate of no
it with friends and to enjoy the bass I FOR JERRY W. CARTERPaid man or any group He is pro-
a few close friends invited.
fishing in Lake Okeechobee. I ( Political Adveitisement), 1 posing a limit to taxation, by vote
The church was beautifully decor-
of the people Also millions -
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and ated with white cut flowers and to be saved the people in reduced

e daughter, Marianne, have moved into lighted tapers cast a subdued lightas ......................................................................,....................'...........................................'......"......"....... cost of State Government by low-
the ring ceremony was performedby ering the gasoline tax and cuttingthe
the home recently vacated by
Rev. J. W. Pearce, the Baptist automobile license cost to $3
Capt. and Mrs. Richardson Selee and
i pastor. With Mrs. Florence Ryan accompanying : for the so-called popular cars, as
famijy.} Roy Alston, of Clewis-jllll. .M.M.MOM11 well as exempting motor boat's
'I Let's Re-Elect and farm tractors from any gaso-
Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kolstad and ton, sang "I Love You Truly" and '
line tax He favors these
son, Kim, and Mrs. C. L. Downs WJUlter Jenkins, of Ocala, sang "All great savings to the people only

joined Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Creel and For You". Both of the soloists are VI after schools have been adequately -

i children of Canal Point at a dinner brothers-in-law of the bride. I Xi and dependably financed ($800 5

.'- at Cypress Lodge at Port Mayacca The bride was attractively attir- per instruction unit) and pen-

Sunday evening. ed in a tailored white linen suit with sions for the aged too, if Con-
matching accessories and wore a cor- i\:\ Hala DELANEY gress fails in its duty to the old '
Miss Betty Spicer returned Sunday people Ho favors recall by
the people them chcs of corrupt
from Tallahassee where she has
I public officials.HE .
been attending Florida State Col-
lege for Women. She visited on her'I To ,Our
) has waged his
Dan Chappell
. way home with Miss Seale Effinger li\SHERIFF\
campaign seriously and sincerely j
: in Cross City. I ,
I "OnceinaWhile"Patrons As a three times member of 1
I the legislature he knows what's
t Dr. and Mrs. J4 W. Ezelle left today II I wrong at Tallahassee He has

for Havana, Cuba, to attend the- \\Y the determination to cure them

East: Coast Dental Association Con- : oJ Henclry County He first exposed them, now x
vention. They made the trip by boat 11i : give him the chance to right the
from Miami and expect to return I Our "Once-h -"hilc" patrons wrongs and advance the cause of

Monday. are welcomed with just! the same Florida With Dan Chappellat
warmth and receive the the Governor's desk for four
service same ex- I :I: And Insure Continuation :: Florida) will be assured '
.; ..1 I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and pert as those who come a f years against future abuse of power -

,' children and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. l'cg'ulaI'Jr.'e're anxious to see I X x and extravagances A A'OTE '

Hansford Mrs. Alston's attended sister,the Miss wedding Joy Wil-of you better more we often know, however you, the, for better the I I! of Competent, Fearless =f fLaw !: FOR FOIl DAN FLORIDA'S CHAPPELL FUTURE.IS A VOTE '

lingham in Moore Haven Saturday qualified we are to serve; jou as
you wish to be served.Butler's DAN CHAPPELLfor
evening. i: Enforcement :I!:

'"-- Mrs. Butler :
J. E. was taken to the
a Y
Good Samaritan Hospital in West I Beauty :> vY .. GOVERNOR '
Palm Beach Saturday for an operation ,

\ for the removal of appendix. Shoppe ::: This Advertisement, Paid For By Clewiston Friends :_:: Ho'll appreciate J'onrot and
( At last reports she was recuperating .;. .. support.Pd. .
Clewiston -:- 'Phone 345 AV
: nicely from the effects of the op- ( Political Adv.'r .)

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f of handling the tax roll and ,promised desire to cooperate with the people I of three percent per annum will be quarantine and complete propogationin
Clewiston Rally- correct records and tax roll. R. of the county 'for the best interestsof paid.-Veterans desiring to cash their local fields, in order to determ-

N. Miller gave his qualifications for the county if elected. R. C. Maddox bonds must sign the request for pay- ine their commercial or breeding--

Continued From Page 1) the position, expressed his interestin followed and also listed his qua- I ment on the back of the bonds in the value, the sooner this ground work '' )

was next and he promised cooperation the county, promised correct records lifications. He spoke of his record presence of a certifying officer, all is accomplished, th better. .

with the farmers of the coun- and asked for election on the in Lee and Hendry counties and j I postmasters, acting postmasters and Dr. Bourne has also arranged for

ty and the sugar company, promisedno basis of his qualifications. Dennis promised a successful four years if I inspectors being qualified to serve the introduction through official

partiality In the handling of the Small followed. He staled that he : elected to the office. D. G. McCormick II as such certifying officers or ,may : channels of an important new varie-

office and .promised to do his bestif felt well capable to handle the job, I was next and spoke of his experience designate any official or employeeto ty of Dasheen (Col3casla sp.) whichis

elected to make the best sheriff promised honesty in administration. in the schools of the clJuni act in that capacity. The name an important vegetable in the

the county ever had. Douglas I He promised to devote his full tim i ty. He asked for election on the basis -! must be signed exactly as it appear: tropics. This variety will be tested

Thompson was the next speaker and I to the Job and promised to do his ,I of residency and past record and on the face of the bond and written along with a large number of other .

gave a detailed account of the pol- best if elected. The incumbent, Hurd : promised to make the best superintendent -! with ink or indelible pencil. types collected from all over the

icies of the office he advocates. He L. Reeves, next spoke and asked for the county has ever had. Postmaster Lawrence states that tropical world.

promised a deputy for Clewiston and re-election on the basis of his past Concluding the rally M. C. Gar-I the work will be taken care of as During the trip, many varied soils,

full cooperation in every way. The record. He stated that he had beenin rett, of Pahokee, made a talk in i I rapidly as possible and the Post-of climatic conditions and agricultural "

incumbent, H. L. Delaney, was not office for fourteen years and he I behalf of the' candidacy of Wm. C. fice Department has issued the order methods were studied and the data

present. I I promised. fairness to all taxpayers. I I I Hodges for Governor. I that no employee may have a vacation collected from a very valuable com-

The Clerk of Court candidateswere For Tax Collector the first speak-I I I until these bonds are properly parative base in the light of local

next called with W'' P. Vaughnas er was Mrs. Alice Curry Bailey who Veterans' Bonds- I distributed. There: are not .so many conditions affecting the sugar in-

the first speaker. Mr. Vaughn made a very brief talk in which she I I here and it Is believed that they will dustry.An .

said that he had no promises to stated that the Democratic ticket : '---.0- i be cleared up within a few days. interesting sidelight on the

make, stating his qualifications I was her only platform. Frank I (Continued From Page One) trip was that the air liner on which

briefly and asked the support of the .I Daugherty, the incumbent, followedand furnish adequate identification. Ru-I Dr. Bourne Makes- Dr. Bourne travelled to Port of

voters. The incumbent, Wm. T. Hull I spoke of the three and a half ral carriers are' permitted to carry { I Spain, crashed in the harbor, while

stated that he had always done his year record in the office and prom-. the bonds and are instructed to go I I taking off the following morning for

best in the office and expected to ised a continuation of his best ef-! out of their way if necessary to deliver (Continued rom page 1) I British Guiana and other points

continue to do so. forts if elected. the letters. fered possibilities:: for Florida. Ar-! south, resulting in the death of three
Candidates for Tax Assessor were S,.. A. Graves was the first speaker The bonds are issued i'n fifty dol- rangements were completed for the I II I occupants. -

next heard with W. C. Andrews the for the office of County Superin-I lar denominations and. will be paidat I introduction of several important

first speaker. Mr. Andrews made a tendent. He gave a brief outline of !i any time. If held for a year after I types and although several years are

detailed talk regarding the methods his qualifications? and expressed a I delivery simple interest at the rate I required to get the plants through STUDY THE BALLOT CAREFULLY .. .

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Sample-7 Primary Election Ballot Hendry County

.-. Instructions: To vote for any candidate make: a cross [x] at the right of his name .



.: For President of the United States: For Delegate to National Democratic Con- For State Treasurer: For County Commissioner, District Xo. 2: '

Vote for one: vention, State at Large: Vote for one .
Vote for one:

JOSEPH A. COUTREMARSH............ Men RALPH HENpRY.......................... .... ::. .
SAMUEL W. GETZEN.-:......... : .
HERBERT O'BANNON..................:......\.-.
FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT............. Vote for f. -
_' W. V. KNOTT.................................:.. CHARLES L. YEOMANS.._.............:..;y -
FRED ANDREWS................................ !, -
For Presidential Electors: T. D. LANCASTER.;............................ For County Commissioner' District Xo. 3:

Group One FRED BOTTS...............................:..... Vote for one: :. < '
Voto 'for one: HARRY BURGH....................:....:......: For Superintendent of Public Instruction: I JOHN BURNETT...................__.... ... .:. .;. ::
-' J. R. DOTY..n...... ..:. .::;:;}.
P. DONALD DEHOFF......................... R. CLYDE ByERS........:..................... 4Vote for one: FLOYD LUCKEY............................ :.. ,' .

... ................ ..... '>. .,,
__..... : :
LLOYD Z. MORGAN............................ OLDEN A. BYRD............................... MARK POOLE -
F. W. BUCHHOLZ...__........................ .:.

: SIDNEY J. CATTS, JR....................... For County Commissioner, District Xo.. 4.:>,' '
Four W H. (BILL) GATES........................ -
Group .} e Vote for one: >
JOHN (RED) DAVIS.......................... -
S. .................. ...'.......
Vote, for one: ; c W. CAWTHON -- J. F. HASKEW.ALTO -...:............__...: .......... '
; ELI FUTCH......................................... ....... '. ;
HIRES... ...... .:....... ... ,
-. JULIAN R. ALFORDW. ..:...;......... ......... COLIN ENGLISH.....................__..--..... -- -- -- -.- .. -'
: ROSSIE l\IA y..m...____._... :.
BENJAMIN R. GORGAS..................... .
P. (BILL) ARNOLD.....G........:...... CLAUDE C. JONES.__.........__....__......._ ,-
Commissioner Distiict.No.,3, : ;,
For ,
...' J. LOCKE KELLY.:........................__.. County, ,' .

Group Five BRYAN MACK............:".:..............::.... For: Commissioner of Agriculture: Vote for one: ..*: '::
.., F. L. DUNA W AY.m_....... "
Vote for one: '., Women vote for one .- E. B. HULL__.....__................................ ..: / ... ,
... .. "
WALLACE N. KEITH.......".....'......::..... Vote for four: # '--0 W. ; B. (BUDDY) BISHOP..7.:....__....... For Member 'Hoard of" Public. Instruction ... ..

MOLLIE STEINGioup..__.........__........::..::::::....... FRANCES ESTELLE ALFORD.......... NATHAN l\IA'ro. ................ District Xo. 1: -

'. Vote for one:

PAOLA C. COPELAND....................... '
Six For Adjutant General NEELY DAVISCAMUEL ..._................._.............. 1

EDITH V. HERLONG.......................... C. HIERSW. ............. ...........:.
Vote for one Vote for one:
: '. W. HOLLAND .__...____............. .....

FRED ANDREWS.............:.._...........::... MADELINE A. JACOBSON........:...... .VIVIAN COLLINS................................ SETH A. HOWARD......._.......__..........
.......... .
JIM 1\IADDOX.n..m.
MALCOLM McCLELLAN................... ... JOHN O. McNAMARA__..._..._....__....... AIRS HOMER T A YLOR._.................... .
...v ; DAVE STARR...........................
For Representative in the Legislature: For Member Board of Public Instruction, .

Group SevenVote MRS. H. M. STRICKLAND............*... Vote for one: District Xo. 2: -

for one: GEO. W. ABBOTT....____..................... '
Vote for one:
MRS. W. B. YOUNG............................ '
KEATHLEY BOWDEN.---.........-- .-..... '
r, DAN P. MULARKEY" .............::........... CHARLIE MINER...----............ --.:: ...... HARRY W FLEMING.--." ........:......:.. .-
For Delegate to National Democratic Coiiention I ELBERT L. STEWART.......:...::........... DREW HAMPTON................__............ r
J. J. PARRISH JR...:..... ................... First
: \ Congressional District:
ROY MESSER..... .....__....................... ';
Vote for two: For County Judge: JAMES NEWCOMB.__....__.........:.........:

For Representative in Congress First Vote for one: E. L. STALLINGS................................... .
Congressional, District WALTER GALL................................. '
'tU n. T. 1\IADDOX'....-..... Executive
: : For Member County Democratic ':;
: \'ote1r:; one: ERWIN MCDOWELL.........................._ H. A. RIDER_.....................:....::7.. ....... Committee, District No. IS: '"
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'' W. D. BELL..!.................................... GEORGE, P. RANEY......................__... For Sherift: Vote for one 'j
Vote for one: -

.,';',' J. HARDIN PETERSON. ..............:..... N. G. ROBERTSON.. ............................. H. L DeLANEYW. ... R._MARK LUCKEY......--.....-................ ..

: : :: : ::::: ::::::::: :::::: :::: NORMAN WARRINER.........................
i/ HARRY W. ZANDER................:.......... C. HOOKER. ... : ,
t' .For National Democratic Committeeman:: W. W. HOOKS...................................... For Member County Democratic Executive' .-

+"" For Governor: DOUGLAS THOMPSON.................__... Committee. District Xo. :.: '
Vote for one:
Ia ; Vote. for one: For Clerk of the Circuit Court: Vote for one

':.' < GEORGE COFIELD............................. Vote for one: .' .
?'" .- GRADY BURTON................................ BEN F. HALL......................:........... :.. '
;, ',. D. NIEL FERGUSON........................,. WILLIAM T. HULL........_ ................. ,,;;:\)
\ STAFFORD CALDWELL.................... W. P. (RED) VAUGHN, JR............... For Member County Democratic Executive: V
< OLLIE GORE........................................ .., Committee, District X o. 4: -: : ;
JERRY W. CARTER......................... For Assessor of Taxes: >,.
;',-5' JACK H. JONES.- Vote for one: Vote for one: ',

DAN CHAPPELL............................... ," h
r,'. G. B. (GABBY. ) KNOWLES............... W. P. (BILL) ANDREWS.:................ HARVEY S. DYESS........._....................* .

F.'.ED P. CONE...................:........;....... R. N. MILLER.--...... R. C. SKAGGS.-_... ....................... .
3. ALTON T. PEACOCKHARRY ........................ HURD L. REEVES ,. ,
REDMOND B. GAUTIER.................... DENNIS SMALL_..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: For Member County Democratic Executive/ '.
J.. H. WELLS........................... Committee, District Xo. 5: >

WM. C. HODGES...................;........... For Tax Collector: _'.. .
f Vote for one

For Xational Democratic CommltteeAMOS LEWIS..................................... Vote for one: .. ;. -
woman ALICE CURRY BAILEY. ......:........... M. N. TAyLOR..................................:.
;S Vote, for one: CARL MAPLES.....:..........:.................... FRANK A. DOUGHERTYELMAN: E. TROWBRIDGE................-

BUR/KE MALLIE 1\IARTIN'.u......................... of Public For County Democratic Executive Commit -
-,. u PAULINE CARR... _............. For Countj Superintendent *
: eeu oina n, Distiict Xo. 2:
'' : B. F. PJ\TY..u................................... Instruction: I _
HORTENSE I{. WELLS...................... Vote for one: Vote for one: '
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:. + HELEN HUNT RALEIGH PETTEWAY.............:........ S. A. GRAVES..................................... ;
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WEST .................. ...
? NANCY H. STEWART .......................
: R. C. MADDOXD. ....................................
.. PETER TOMASELLO JR...................
M, :.; .' ... -. ', ,.'.. .: G. McCORMICK............................. For Count Democratic\ Executive Com-
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,:?" ;1 For Attorney General. : Vote for: one: .'

: MARY L. RICHARDS.........................
'''-. -a. '"- E. E. KELLY.For ........................................
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- .' -', ED. R. BENTLEY.....-.......................... mitt e\\.oman, District Xo. 5:
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r- S GARY D: LANDIS.. .,.............. ._.......... Vote\ for one: Vote for one:

ANNIE DARCY................................... c'
1" .. MILDRED T OV'1V SEND..................... ,
For Comptroller: _'
For Congressional Committeeman:
For Constable, Justice of I'eace'DistrictVote
Vote for one:
_,. for one: Xo. 1:

'. C. EVANS...................................... \ ....
I. MUNCY: ANDERSON........................ Vote for one -

J. R. (TRUX) BULLOCK................... For Congressional Committeewoman: GRATTON GEORGE.......:..:_.......n......
,: .;, : .Vote. for one: G. HINES................:. ........................_
J. ,M.. LEE............................................
CAMILLE A. BAKER............;............_ R
; MURL E. PACE.........................'........ RUBY O.BANNON..u.... ...............

, VAN C. SWEARINGEN............s........1 I J ,

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rlI1f > Small Kindnesses !$ Rastus-Ezias, what business! II

you-all In now?
LET the weakest, let the hum Ezlas-Ize In de mlnln" business.

,:\ t remember, that In his Qualified"Is Rastus-You don't so
this ball In the say What
,' your ,
dally course he can, If he will, .kind ob' minln'[ ?
sonny? asked the gardener.The .
shed around him almost a heaven. Ezlas-Kalso. t.
Kindly words, .s sympathizing[ attentions small boy looked worried.
\ "Are there any windows broken
watchfulness against A Boomerang
"'.':" wounding men's sensitiveness "No.
( "Ah, then It is my ball !1" American and an Irishman
these cost very: little, but theyire
were walking together one day when
'r priceless In their value. Are
they passed .
a gallows
they not almost the staple of our Just Like Hare SoupA
"And where would "
you be. Mike
daily happiness? From hour to scientist says that eating: lion
said, the man from the States "If
,.,, hour from moment to moment, meat will cure timidity. The com-
:*, X f. 'J> r "S Cv tin, ,gallows: over there: had thelr' _
? <
ri- x fy* blest small plete recipe probably begins;: "First
% ?& > we are !supported, by due?" '

f, '&$ kindnesses.The .catch your lion" "Walking alone." said Alike[ quietly.

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, [ t ;
r Wife Who is that?
l v-r < **% are Slre.to. repay the merciful. Teacher-What tense [Is, "I am
Husband Er
hardly anybody
KtiA % < ,
V. vx rtSss. ? '
:\ln beautiful '
oon. ? .
dear. '
I Class (i In unison)-Past tense. '
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: ? All\ Aound lUlit aE AxWn WANTS ACTION"Wouldn't

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Where Tutankhamen's Tomb Was Found. > House J Y1S .: tba

:Prepared by the National Ueopiaphle Society. leries in the crowded show house ,I
:1': ::::. Washington D C.-WN'U Service.ATO founded by Mariette Pasha. A saucer.ttl of quicklime placed In
Ir:;, 'J." ,: Ili thought to have been cut The official opening of the Inner a diitiip closet: or cupboard, will 'absorb

. : the solid rock over 7.UUU chamber of Tutankhamen's tomb was nil dampness. Y
discovered .
ago was recently on February 18, 11)23.: The queen of 1

10 miles south of Cairo the Belgians was the honor guest. A Do not allow bread to rise too high'

Egypt. Apparently robbed centuries staff correspondent of the, National[ before putting Into the oven If you ): '
ago by thieves who cut through): two bread.
Geographic society describes the event. wish to have a fine grained

large slabs of stone guarding the entrance On February 17, he arrived in Luxor, you" like to see the lion

; .' It still contained a bundle of crossed the river and started on foot Always make ,It your business to and the lamb lying down together?"

...; -..,:,:";"<'':'" arrows, and some symmetrical jars, for the Tombs of the Kings. Plodding keep your larder supplied: with abouta "Me for the bear'and the bull"

: ,, probably put there: for the benefit of along on foot he. exchanged Arabic dozen cans of soups, meats and : tiu r'
who Is : ,
the soul -of the dead person
salutations with the white-toothed village fruits. When an unexpected guest
believed to have been a nobleman.
. girls, felt the African sun on his arrives for lunch you will then be Y1'R '
Modern "safe-crackers" have nothingon
ancient Egyptian: tomb robbers. back, and watched the camels stalk able to sen'e'a good meal. Z G LEV.St

the fields. Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service
by on their way to cane < .
They had a system all their own. At ; e :,xI :.
; t :;
Thebes the very men who dug the un- On the Way to the Tomb. Week's Supply of Postum Free : I
chambers for the dead and j :1-! "'
derground The morning freshness was still In Head the offer made by the Postum ;; TdE PERFECT GUM ,

prepared the sarcophagi for, the royal ; the air. Gangs of prisoners were grading Company in another part of this pa I"cu
mummies' sometimes i and watering the, road which, Her per. They will send a full week's sup
;, the site.[ Thus they were ready to 5-
Elizabeth of Belgium Postum free to
Majesty Queen ply of health giving
break through the floor and the base .
would use on the morrow, when she anyone who writes for (It.-Adr. ,
of the sarcophagus nnd so withdraw
came to pay the first royal visit to
the and its Jewels. The upper
mummy A Merry Chase
Tutankhamen In more than thirty cen- ,
', surfaces of the royal sepulcher would Correspondent wants to know If

',-' give no hint that the body ha'd'been keep turies.to But the winding the correspondent way, male did smoothfor not debt collecting Is a profession.[ Usually Advertisements That Will Save,You: Money'

taken away. automobiles, which glide like a 1 think It's a pursuit. r
A tomb that survived 33 centuries of
chalk-white serpeant between the
grave robberies was that of Tutankhamen -
tawny hills. Beyond the green fieldshe ..
hewn In the limestone cliffs saw the Colossi of Memnon and Y Z'. : i:; x'5 4'T, G :; 7 tC x W < ytra? : :i2
near Luxor, Egypt. When officially
made for them. He wanted to pass the
opened in February, 1923. It still contained 1
lesser gaping tomb-mouths before
the king's, mummy, sarcophagus, I many
he finally' came to the royal tombs behind
rich coffins, and numerous art objects.
the limestone ridge.As .
I The antechamber alone contained 167 ,
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the correspondent'pass-= througha
articles of importance.

_\', It Is unlikely' that 'the comparatively mudwalledlllage, with Its narrow LADIES,YOUR lij HOW CAN WE PAY ''i, > MY HUSBAND f ws WOULDN'T NEED
S' 'i '". small tomb itself will have more than alleys almost black under that hot RENT IS LONG RENT MR.BRADY a '4 '''; SAYS YOU GIRLS NEW CUSTOMERS,

,. a. passing Interest ; but the rich store light which lacks reflective power, a OVERDUE I'M y; -EV/ERY/ WOMAN IN AREN'T DOING y MRS. BRADY; IF THE <,t

'/)- of rare and valuable furniture with girl of ten ,or so stopped stripping. SORRY, BUT I'M TOWN OWES US s; tf>. }:,> '':; WELL-T'D LIKE n' ONES WE NAVE'NOW

which the hiding (place of Tutankhamen: sugar cane with her gleaming teeth to AFRAID I CAN'T MONEYINCLUDING'TO.' HELP $0 I'M WOULD PAY THEIR ?
'- '" was packed contained such wonders wish that his day be blessed and to of- GIVE YOU YOUR WIFE/ <#''i. '. ASKING MY .: BILLS/

' from the distant past as have seldom fer to share her store. MUCH MORETIME.'Ksvv FRIENDS TELL

been seen by modern man. The noonday sun was hot and get- AW-HE'S COME HERE/ > THE OLD GflLHOMELY :,
:.i: : : ting hotter. He shouldered his heavy JUST SORE BECAUSE '..:..... -
::a\ .' Statues of the King. t CANT
r camera and started up the steep path. -Yy, INSULT HER- ,
\ Facing each other across: the entrance Thus should one approach that hell' 4J ts: % HIS WIFE LOOK MAKE J
'to the inner: chamber were two hole in the hills where the greatest of LIKE A MOVIE

;' nearly life-size figures of the king, each Pharaohs hid[ themselves and where jL. QUEEN /

I stricken stiff by the.artist and standing not more than two or three still 'He ;

I helpless in Its vain attempt to guard undisturbed by modern man. As he

the royal tomb ; a mace in one hand, passed the tomb of Set! I and turned ,

a long staff in the other, with a palm- toward the lower entrance of the valley n (

leaf guard below the hand. The portions -= he saw below him a small white Iti
of these statues which represented -
tent, a 'wooden shelter for the armed
' skin were the dark, almost black, guard, the clutter of lumber which

\ color which distinguishes the male figure archeologists use, and the 'new wall of 000

from the female In Egyptian art. Irregular stones which hid the entranceof i

' The headdresses, collarets, armlets, Tutankhamen's mausoleum. This su- ls'Yt '. "

wristbands, maces, and staffs were perheated graveyard, which was to become I

gilded and the sandals were of gold. a picnic ground and levee for
On each forehead was the royal cobraof
royalty on the morrow was a silent YOU'D' Y. OH ALL.RIGHT
Inlaid[ bronze and gold. The eye MARY-MRS. OH/WHO CARES?. nor GET RID ,
place. Correspondents waiting about 4' OP THOSE HEAD'I WILL-IF
sockets and eyebrows pf gold, the RESENTED YOUR IF YOU HAD MY
of aragonite were and of for news spoke In whispers, as thoughthe ". REMARK.' SHE FEELS HEADACHES,YOUWOULDNTALWAYS ACHES IF YoU'D IT WILL STOP
eyeballs pupils
obsidian.In secrets of the spot would be:;:violated fa: YOU INSULTED HER, : ? is DO AS THE DOCTOR YOUR tiyN jrQ i

stat'uesk' by loud talk.. 4< AND NOW PROBABLY BE WORRYING ADVISED -CUTOUT NAGGING ; <; ;
? : antechamber with the t'
.,' were a large funeral bouquet, a linen Official Opening a Spectacle. / HELP I BUSINESS/ S 3O DAYS AMP CURSES/

.. chest filled with the king's undergar- Early 'the next day the correspondent Y: <: <;<> > SWITCH To THESE DOCTORS '

ments, and a casket, whose vaulted lid rode out again to the' scene. The u % ir. ?
: : : 2rs :: 4:
,) bore paintings depicting lion hunts. stage was all set for the big event of :J f, RIGHT HAS SHE :: s+ eR ; TOO SMART

The sides of the latter were decorated the day, the official opening. As the YOU TO JUMP?TELL ON HERSHE'S 4.j, ,nrr,,. FORME/
with paintings showing the 1 king;: In bnt-
day grew' hot, small companies of vis- NOT SO
"' ties against African and Asiatic en- itors arrived ; but there had been no SWEET
emies. The contents consisted of the
make this HERSELF/
attempt to a popular holiday
'S:" ," Icing's raiment. Most of the paraphernalia ; i
and the crowd never numberedmore ; ;
.:'j. was badly crumpled npd the fine than 200.About. I,1 r .,
fabrics had almost perished. ,
. \ noon there arrived a squad of
= Discovery Was a Sensation. camels laden with food and drink forth

I Words cannot"'give any lmIl'Csslou'ot) distinguished guests. The last 'of 4 f > I-- r' FFft. r '

the decorations of the sarcophagus It- them seemed to be sweating from the aEvsc

.pelf. This great box appeared to be heat, an' unusual phenomenon, made c

.. of, wood, covered with gold leaf or plain when one noticed that his load

thicker gold, which was quite bright was Ice In gunny sacks.

.and had across it a line frieze in lapis None of this feast was eaten by the $=*

Jazuli or faience enamel. It appeared guests, for the train which brought Her %4, OF COURSE, children should never

to an observer to be about nine feet Majesty and Lord and Lady All en by' to .> drink coffee. And many grown-ups ''''

high' and about eighteen or twenty Luxor was so late that lunching out o DABS LAVER r ri too,find that the caffcin in coffss dis ;a

\ feet Ions. there In, the graveyard of ro'nltv"n5. ., .. : OH, I'M SOGLADAND :;
----- -- p-- - --- -- agreeswiththem.Ifyouarebothered
The discovery of Tutankhamen'stomb not to be thought of. Those who had THANK YOU FOR a MY"' ?. by headaches or indigestion or can't

was world news. Thousands of come early had already eaten their SENDING YOUR FRIENDS ALL SAY ; sleep soundly. try Postum for 30 '

.columns of newspaper space were demoted lunches In the tunnel leading to the FRIENDS TD US, YOU HAVE BEEN" days. You may miss coffee at first,

::,:. l to It in every country. Never before tomb of Amenruesse, as one eats In a 1 MRS, BRADY,,,WE Ri: SUCH A DEAR, t but after 30 days you'll not only feel '

In history had an archeological 1 railway lunchroom, with one eye on the MAKING MONEY MARY. J .,. >.z.,: '' ) better,but you'll love Postum for its

discovery. so captured popular Interest. clock and the other on the door. The NOW, WITH SO own rich, satisfying flavor. And it -
I After the art objects had been removed walls of 5. MANY MEW.CUSTOMERS 4r MARY S k.
: age-old stone echoed to the contains no caffein.It is simply whole ,
..., %?{r h s .' '> BEEN SIMPLY
, :> .and protected, the tomb with Its sarcophagus rattle of the portable typewriter operated 4 fi. J ;:4"c,{,.;1.' WONDERFU!. wheat and bran,roasted and slightly sweetened. It 't
F and mummy was opened for by a press reporter. : SINCE SHESWITCHED is easy to make, delicious, economical, and may

r" -visits by the public. Probably 100.UUO Then came Lord Allenby in his mo- tb a T&POSTUM prove a real help. A product of General Foods.

visitors In all had entered the. tomb by tor-car, to wait near the barrier .to /

January, I'J.'Jl.Business : .. welcome the queen. # } A'f FREE -Let us send you your first weeks supply of

men throughout the world A motor rolled up; a white-clad figure ( ;::4M., { .Postum/reef,Simply mall coupon. e taso.reoter. \.

.,' pleaded for the right to use these alighted ; there were numerous Introductions : )

'S,300-year-old designs 'for gloves! Sandals especially to those Egyp: t 'Ex 4 l w GENERAL Poops Battle Creek, :Mich. w. N, u. B-JO-J
: : J ti Send me, without obligation,a week's supply of Postum.
Jewelry, and'textll's. One Amer- !
Ian officials present, and the queen, .
ican silk manufacturer established a with Mr. Carter leading[ the way, with Nam.
scholarship for study of the designs. Lord Carnarvon on her left and with 2 Street ,

The Incomparable treasures from Lord Carnarvon's daughter just behind, City .State.
Tutankhamen's tomb, whose salvage! required went down the [incline that led to the : 'r :6 ( Fill in completely, print name and address.
'f ti, .y '' 4 If you live la Canada,address:General Foods Ltd.,
I years of arduous work, were exhibited tomb mouth. Within a moment Her '' : $i \ + Cobourg, On:. (Offer expires: Deo 31,1936.)

in the Egyptian museum at Majesty had entered the shadowy portal '".

Cairo, where they occupied several gal of Tutankhamen's tomb.

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FOR TAX ASSESSORTo TO THE DEMOCRATIC: VOTERS for the support you have given me
in LaBelle,
r business
JERRY CARTER SPEAKS and operate a O}<' HENDRY:: COUNTY: in my first elective term, I hereby
: vitally
and therefore am
IN INTEREST OF CAMPAIGN development and welfare of --- I announce my candidacy; for reelection a
the Hen-
the Democratic Voters of I hereby ,
consideration .
After due
-- all sections of Hendry county, and as County Judge of Hendry
dry County: for Tax
Jerry Carter, of Tallahassee, candidate pledge my untiring efforts to obtain candidacyfor l announce my candidacy County, sub County, Florida, subject to your approval -
made a short construction of Road 164. I hereby announce my Assessor of Hendry
for Governor early the office of Tax Assessor in ject to the wishes of the voters in. i in the Democratic Primaries
will be
afterne vote and support ap-
talk in Clewiston Monday Hendry County, subject to the actionof the Democratic Primary in June.I I of June, 1936.

in behalf of his candidacy in his 1 ast preciated. the Democratic Primaries in June have been Clerk of The City of: My past record fir fairness to all
visit to this section prior to the Primary KEATHLEY Born in Madison County, Fla., LaBelle for the past five years. I and the manner 5i which I have
June 2. Contrary: to his us ual served as County Tax Collector two-
March 8, 1897.Graduated conducted the affa 1's of this officeis
custom Mr. Carter did not speak at Institute years by appointment and four'years- an open book to those who wish
great length here as he has in some FOR SHERIFFI Madison by Election. I organized the first investigate.I i .
po i
visited in thi8+ Madison Fla. Abstract Company in LaBelle and _
of the other towns believe that my age, training as
wish to announce my candidacyfor Attended Stetson University, De- ,have had considerable experience an attorney, and previous experi-

area.Mr.. Carter, whose campaign egan (\- re-election to the office of Sher- Land, Fla., and State University, this line of work.: In.\\ ence, enable me to 'render more efficient -

is "Let's get more fun out oflife" iff of Hendry County, subject to the Gainesville, Fla. At present I am Deputy Tax service In this important of-
Democratic Primaries in June.I World War. lector and have had daily experience !
lives to the slogan Served in navy during
apparently up overt'
in handling the Tax Rolls for fice.If
for he Is a most interesting am making this race solely on Moved: to Hendry County while it nine you see fit to re-elect me as

speaker and a nice crowd was on myrecord of law enforcement and was yet part of Lee County. years.I also your County Judge, I promise, as
his talk. fair dealings to all, and assure the Served as' City Tax_ Collector of have College training and far as in me lies, to give Hendry
hand to hear that the two years in Law. I have been a citizen and dependable
County honest
people of Hendry County an capable -
He touched only briefly on most 1 policies of this office will not LaBelle for six years. shouldbe of Hendry County for the past administration of the affairs I '

of the issues of the campaign and change. Experienced as abstractor sixteen years. of the office.

kept his audience in a good humor Your vote and support will be ap- an asset in position.If If elected I promise Courteousand Your vote and ...upport will be
with his ready wit. preciated. elected would give a sound eco- Efficient service at all times and J greatly appreciated.

H. L. DELANEY. nomical business administration.Your will put forth my best efforts to keep ;
H. A.
vote and support will be greatly the taxes equalized and as low as 1 I

.,. appreciated. .1 possible.I .

L. .,B. .MershonAGENT R. N. MILLER. will appreciate the support and I
FOR SHERIFFTo influence of every citizen and voter. FOR COUNTY JUDGE
ANDREWS. ----: -
\V. P. (Bill) :

the Voters of Hendry County: FOR TAX ASSESSORI I I hereby announce myself as can-

I hereby announce my candidacy --- didate for the off,ce of County

LifeInsurance I for the office of Sheriff of Hendry wish to announce my candidacyfor FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTI Judge of Hendry County, Florida,
New county subject to the Democratic re-election as Tax Assessor for subject to the app] oval of the voters -

Primaries in June. I shave been a Hendry County, subject to the will wish to announce my candidacyfor in the Democratic Primary. June

CompanyARCADIA resident of Hendry county for the :of the Democratic voters in June.I the office of Clerk of the Circuit 2.

past sixteen years and feel that I am seeking re-election solely on Court of Hendry County.I Your vote and support will be ap- e'predated.
carrying on, the workof
FLORIDA am capable my record of fairness to the taxpayers promise an efficient, courteous .
and fearless
office in honest -
the an
and fairness to the county. I will and business-like operation of this B'LL MADDOX.
and of giving the peopleof
manner continue the policy in futureas I
the county a conscientious 'administration same office if elected.
if elected. Your vote in the past-Fairness to all. Rotation in office is a Democratic
I If Your'vote and support will be ap
1 and support will be principle. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .,
J. M. COUSE f ed. appreciat-I preciated. HURD L. REEVES. Your vote and support will be District No. 1, Kcndry County ;:,

DOUGLAS greatly appreciated.W. .

Counselor and Attorney at Law P. (RED) VAUGHN, JR. .This will announce: my candidacyfor
re-election to the office of County -
Hopkins Building FOR SHERIFF i Commissioner from

1, Hendry county, subject to the
I hereby announce my candidacyfor TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY June Democratic Primaries.My .

Wednesdays and Saturdays To the voters of Hendry County: the office of Tax Assessor in and COUNTY: record is mj" platform. Your
for Hendry County, Florida, subjectto
myself as a .
I hereby announce vote will be appreciated.D.
9:80 to 4:00 candidate for the office of Sheriffof the vote of the Democratic Pri- I am a candidate for re-election G., ALSTON.

Hendry County, subject to the mary, June 2nd. as your Clerk of the Circuit Court.I .

will of the voters of the County in I have lived in Hendry County for appreciate the overwhelming vote

the Democratic Primary of June 2nd. the past 14 years, during which timeI you have always given me, and if FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: ,

A LIFE _POLICY for as If elected- I promise an honorable, I have served as Secretary of the you' see' fit to re-elect me I will con- I District No. 1, Hemlry CountyIt i

Little MonthosguotedjPAYSUEIO impartial, economical administration Hendry County Democratic Executive tinue to give my entire time to the :
as $1 per of the office. I Committee, as President of the office and the same courteous treat- intention and desire at -J
is .
Respectfully yours, Young Democratic Club, and am at ment. my
myself as a
this time to announce
W. C. HOOKER. present Tax Assessor for the Cityof WILLIAM T. HULL. ,
candidate for re-election as member
$1,000.00 r I I LaBelle. Public :
of the Hendry County Board of -
I will endeavor at all times to Instruction subject to the Demo-
Policy Mailed for Free Inp ctiaa. FOR COUNTY JUDGE'TO
No Medical Examination.THE FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF I have taxes as reasonable and as cratic Primaries' in June. Continuation -

STANDARD MUTUAL BEN PUBLIC INSTRUCTION nearly equalized as possible. THE VOTERS OF HENDRY of your loyalty anti support
EFIT CORPORATION is offering, I II Your' support will be greatly appreciated -, COUNTY: will be appreciated.

without medical examination to* I am a candidate for tHe office of I Thanks. : M. E. VON MACH.
mon: and women up to the age of DENNIS SMALL. I With a deep sense of appreciation
65, & remarkable new. low. cost I Superintendent of Public Instruc-,
LIFE POLICY, providing .p to hone _

to 1000.00 1000.00 for for natural accidental death and death up If chosen, I will discharge?the du-I' I

as specified. This policy costs aa ties of the office faithfully and im- 4
little as $1.00 a month.' Benefitsare partially.

form: based has been on the APPROVED age. Thin by policy the I solicit and will appreciate active I ADOUT CAr'?

Florida Insurance Department and support in the approaching Democratic -I
has complied with all the laws gov- Primary. A'lSED;

havinp erning companies its GUARANTEE of this character RESERVE S. A. GRAVES.TO t WW1f

FUND on deposit with the
State of Florida for the protection
pf ita policy holders.


Just send a postcard with your LaBelle, Fla.I 'tilr' .
name age and name of beneficiary ." Vk Ayr:
and a Policy, completely made announce my candidacy for the
out will be sent you for free in- office of Superintendent of Public '.'
Fpection. If, after studying it in Instruction.I .
the quiet ofyour: home you desire'to
keep it, send only $1.00 to apply served the schools of this com-

for its restoration which includes munity many years and will, if elect- 7i warvcl-nn.w i +
practically 30 days protection if
accepted. If not satisfactory, you ed, do my best to, keep the doors of
owe nothing the school houses open and raise the vw Y
Offer limited Write today standard of the schools. ORAKEf r i w n ..y+ .2;

Can use a Representativein of the schools from politics and I ; p

your'Territory ** I promise a complete separation Mr.J i F 1r '

;The STANDARD MUTUAL; will work for a tenure of teachers CLUTCH ,., t s--IT :
SYSTEM,.? Y nw ,
BENEFIT CORPORATION based entirely upon their success in to'e fY RI1FICATZ s .

the school room. : lNrf O.WG '
821 Graham Building ) : : ENGINE
Upon this platform I solicit your I
Jacksonville . Florida. ,
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wish to announce myself a candidate crer Lr : ?
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for re-election to the office of I r TOO.c..c u.n L( rct.t I

Tax Collector for Hendry County, t .

subject to the Democratic Primary, r + / ''faint" a.; p?olfa p",,ut.f o7,,,,"Io, r June 2nd. I 14 N wut b wt, ,/ ","'a .,,pn 3pA
(Paid Political Adv.) I have endeavored to and believe .,. aNe.rry natfaea.6n. otlxY hnitlyp,f.eJNl at.d i eh/tq.q'M tea. :.

I that I have made a good Tax Col- I

.:o(+:..:o(..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:":":..:.+.:..:..:..:..:..:., lector, and if you honor me with reelection -.'
I shall continue to serve you,I
in the same dependable manner ir I

I'which I have served you for the past ,

FOR REPRESENTATIVEIn three and one-half years. I y@u F@ 'd E eaHeI': $! ;'

making my announcement for be Your appreciated.vote and' active support will Get anu >>G Usd Car iilt !l'

re-election to the House of Repre- FRANK A. DAUGHERTY.FOR \
sentatives from Hendry County,'subject -
to the Democratic Primary of know wliat'you're getting for your funded in full. And you get a further;

June, wish to state that I am par- TAX COLLECTOR L i YOU when you select an R&G used pledge of satisfactory service, or free adjustment -

ticularly interested in the welfareof after buy!
for 10 days you
Ford dealer's.R&G ,
the schools and the completionof car or truck at ypur
A Democrat-born and raised in entirely No ordinary "used car" could be guaranteed
the North and South road from used cars represent an
old Lee County, went, to school in II Never before have
Venus to Everglades City known as standard of automotive values. On so fully.
Fort and LaBelle and then
Myeis new
State Road number 164, and will offered for
had much you your money
took a course in Massey Business:: each one y"ou will find the blue-and-red so
use efforts in the interest of
Came tack home and workd r such absolute'assurance of your money'sworth. ::
College. I words
each, or any other matter affectingthe R&G tag ,which tells you in plain
County and its Citizenship.I ? at intervals for fifteen years in have been met in offering You will find most makes and
I what specifications
mercantile and hardware
General; R&G used
believe experience gained as a business combined with post-office this car for sale.In your Ford dealer'sJudgment models in your ,Ford dealer's

member of previous sessions of the 'or one employer who is now a liv- the R&G used car of your choice car display,priced to please careful buyers.

Legislature will enable me to render 'ng reference at any time tests with flying Your old car, in average condition, will be f
the best service to will own driving
Hendry your
very : pass
I then finished a normaschoo'\ : value and most likely
County, and I shall appreciate the I course, took examination and taught colors-and: to back his judgment, he gives accepted at highest ,
support and influence of cit- won't need cash to drive away an
every ;chool for five successive years in his guarantee of satisfaction or your: you any
izen and voter. you
one community. On account of fail-'I back! R&G quality used car.

ELBEUT L. STEWART.FOR ing health of mother was, compelled money drive R&G used car for Go to your Ford dealer without delay (
to give up my rchool 'work and You may any R&G
i find used car
will probably an
I for rhi'tlren If don't like it, bring it you .
'ome home to cart rov two days you heedSQUARE ,.1I
REPRESENTATIVE;: I[ then was elected Supervisor of ; in 48 hours, and your money will: be re- waiting that is just the car you t, .
-- Registration and served five'years

To tHe Democratic Voters of Hendry I and have handled,, by own business DEAL VALUE. CARS AND TRUCKS FOR EXTRA THRIFTY BUYERS. Jg9 ,
County: for the past twenty years. I feel that Authorized Ford Finance Plan,
I wish to announce my candidacyfor II I[ can qualify for this job providingthe I Easy terms through Universal Credit Company,

the office of Representative for good people of Hendry County

Hendry County, subject to the will will give it tp me. } 5,.' $'Zf?. @' p:1E0A@: BEI'
., WL j'It"J ; E;
of the voters in the' June Primary. !, Your support will be appreciated. i 1tiY1 :BjY

Though living in Clewiston, I own ALICE CURRY BAILEY.


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