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: June 5, 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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Petteway Leads, Cone I No ApologiesAn ;Graves and Small Win In


Second For Governor; no apologies and _no regretsI First Primary; Sheriffs

record the close of my first and

, I Hodges: Is Close Third perhaps Conducting my last a fling political in politics.campaigns Race Is Closest In CountySecond

a experience-every
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man should try it once and find out _

HODGES HOT CUTS SECOND LEAD PLACE OF CONE IN1 f: Leads Governor's Race just what candidates are up against. In Race oI I MINER IX HIGH RACE, STEWART FOR REPnESEXTATIVE SECOND-

FIGHT I Otherwise idea. I assure you, you haveno I '

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A report received by the News late I had many good friends in Hendry -1 Y sa r yat Polling the largest vote of any

! this afternoon indicated that as the county before I announced for candidate in Hendry county, S. A.

unreported scattered precincts of the office-some of them voted for an-" Graves was swept Into the office of

Fred other fellow and are still my good 'superintendent of public instruction
state began to come in the lead --- I county -
P. Cone, Lake City banker held over friends. I made scores of acquaintances 9 in the first primary Tues-

many of whom became firm two opponents. Graves' 707
"Wm. C. Hodges of Tallahassee was day over
friends during the campaign. cjr < ry
.constantly dwindling and with fifty- votes were I sufficient to nominatehim

three more precincts to be heard I I value my defeat with these over R. C. 'Maddox who received

'from Cone was only 958 votes aheadof friends higher than I would value 255, and D. G. McCormick who received -
Hodges for second place in the victory without them.In P 166 votes.
'hard-fought gubernatorial race. "v Y An equally worthy triumph was
regard to the newspapers, I
""e of Tampa I \ I that of Dennis Small who was nominated -
Judge Raleigh Petteway saw fit to follow the policy whichI
'went into the lead soon after the adopted when I began my first over three opponents for the
'votes began to be tabulated and none I office of tax assessor. Small received -
newspaper, : venture "keep the news-
589 votes W. P. Andrews in
,of the other candidates have ever was
paper out of local politics. It
second place with 218 votes and was
been able to overtake him. Petteway hardly seemed fair to take advant-
.' when closely pushed by R. N. Miller with
is certain to lead the ticket age or'the fact that I was publisherof
final returns are in but whether the two county newspapers and 213. Hurd'Reeves, incumbent, ran
Cone Hodges will oppose him in fourth with 142.
to use free advertising space for
the second primary is the matter of Much interest centered in theSheriff's
I ,,which my opponents would be com- f
race, which was hotly contested -
much speculation and interest at .
: pelled to pay. Not one line concerning -
with only 19 votes separating
time. RALEIGH PETTEWAY my campaign except the announcement -I FRED CONE
I Sheriff H. L. DeLaney who led the
t B. F. Paty, with a huge vote in and customary news
ticket, from Douglas Thompson who
Dade county promised to be second mention of my entrance into the '
ran second. Only 17 votes separated
: in the race in the early tabulations race has appeared in either paper.I
Thompson from WI. C. Hooker who
; but was soon overtaken and passed LETTING JUNE 16
: KEATHLEY BOWDEN. ran third. The vote was DeLaney
t : by both Hodges and Cone. At this
369, Thompson 350, Hooker 333 and
: time Paty and Jerry Carter are fight- ',

;', ing for fourth place in the race. ON EROSION WORK ,; Packing Houses Close: FOR NEW TERMThe Hooks Charlieriner 127. led the field in the

k:, The report this afternoon gave I,
I race for representative, polling 377
:; 47,716 votes, Cone 4'4,113 Tomato Deal OverThe
Petteway On June 16, the same date on county school board at a special against E. L. Stewart's 304. Keath-
.!' and Hodges 43,155. Hodges has;J which bidswill be opened for the meeting last Monday in LaBelle I ley Bowden ran third with 267 and
picked up nearly two thousand votes construction of the last section of named most of the teachers for the George W. Abott fourth with 144.
hours and that last cars of tomatoes were
in the past twenty levee in Division 4 Okeechobee Felda I that
at I loaded out of local packing houses LaBelle and Clewiston The closest county-wide race
the still
makes the outcome of race
another set of bids will be ) schools list of whom be that
opened : Wednesday night and the tomato are given :! settled in the first primary was
very much in doubt. in the, Jacksonville District office, of i low. The staff for the Clewiston for county judge with Bill Maddox:
i deal for this spring is officially ,over -
Hendry county gave Dan Chappellof the U. S. Army Engineers for the I, one of the best seasons local school is complete with the excep- defeating the incumbent, H. A. Rid-

Miami preference in the field of construction of 75,000 lineal feet of I I growers have enjoyed in many years.A tion of an athletic coach who will er, by 20 votes.

fourteen candidates for governor, rip-rap revetment wall and back resume of carlot shipments dur- also teach some high school subjects W. T. Hull was returned to the

and a group of four including Fred fill along the East Beach in Divisions -,! ing the season shows that 84 cars The principal has not been appointed office of clerk of the circuit court

I Cone, Grady Burton, Raleigh, Pette- 2 and 9 to correct the dam- I of tomatoes have been ;shipped from as yet either at LaBelle or with 677 votes against W., P.

way: and Jerry Carter follo-we'd' in age".,caused by erosion on this Section Clewiston 'and 183 cars from Lake Felda. Vaughn's 433. Frank. Dougherty,
the order named with but 11 votes of levee built through the open Harbor over the A. C. L. lines. This The last appropriation of money present tax, collector, was 'renomin-

separating Cone, who placed'se ond, lake. does not include many cars shipped for teachers' salaries had not been ated with 689 votes over Alice Curry
from. Carter who placed 5th in local received from the state when the who polled 408.
The section of levee to be repaired from, Lake Harbor over the F. E. C.
voting. starts near the' Martin County I line to the East Coast. I meeting was held and Superintendent One vote decided the nominationof

The county joined the state in returning line about two miles south of 'the I Out of the eighty-four cars shipped L. L. Stallings was instructed to E. B. Hull as county commissioner -

substantial, majorities to At- St. Lucie and continues southward I from here, seventy were ,packed apportion the m'oney among the in district 5. The count was Fred

.. ,, torney General Landis, Comptroller to a point about a mile and' a half in the E. L. Stewart house by teachers as soon as the allocationwas Duriaway 67, Hull 68. Two commissioners -

Lee, Treasurer Knott and Commis- south ,of Bacom Point. A strip about Patrick: and Patrick. Thirty of these made. More money will be received were returned to the board

.'.. 5 sioner Mayo. Colin English, former 1,500 feet, long near the south ,end came from the fields of J. E. Beards- I during the month and by the over two opponents. These were

; '. ly of Fort Myers, received a hand- of the job will need no work and ley who also 'handled fifteen cars first of July it is hoped that the Herbert O'Bannon, nominated in dis-

., some majority over the three other is, being skjpped. as broker. The Carbone house ,ship teachers ,will all be paid in full for trict 2 over R. Hendry and CharlesL.

,; contenders' the state superintendent's The plan for repairing the dam ped fourteen cars. In Lake Harbor the past term. Yoemans, and Alto Hires of dis-

race. age caused by, erosion from the wave more than a hundred cars were packed The list of teachers follows: trict 4 who won over J. F. Haskew ; ,

Congressman ',J. Hardin Peterson, action in the open lake will be to by M. H. Crouch. The remainderwere LaBelle and Rossie May. In district 3 there

who was an easy winner in the "race ,build a rip-rap wall four feet high put up by Bateman and Wood Madge Hull, Edith Magill; Irma will be a run-off between Mark i

for renomination from the first dis- with the top at an elevation of 18 and another house there. Delaney, Olive Fichter, Houston Poole, present commissioner, and J. j

trict, also led his opponent, W. D. felt above sea level, the same elevation During the last few' days, of ship- Stewart, Rosa Doub, Selden L. Stewart R. Doty. The vote was Poole 103,
Bell, in Hendry county. as the original berm or flat area ping the quality became much poorer Vera H. Helms, Nettie Hamp- Doty 86, Floyd Luckey 76 and Jno.

President Roosevelt was decidedlythe along the lake side of the levee. and the market declined enough ton, Jimmie Blount, Mary L. Rich- Burnett 55. Dave Alston, present

local favorite for Democratic After the wall is built the contractor that the margin of profit was not ards, Evelyn Burhans and Kathryn chairman of the board, was nominated

''', candidate for the presidency, receiv- will clean dirt from the borrow I enough to permit shippers to take Harris. in district 1 without opposition. ',; .

ing 822 votes out of the total 940 canal for back-filling to the specified any chances. ClewistonB. In the ,school board races Mrs. ;i:: A
: : cast in this race. Many ballots were grade for berm. The rock wall will No report has as yet been received E. Herring Principal, Elta Homer Taylor and Jim Maddox will '" "

unmarked for president. 1 have a crown width of two feet and I as to the number of cars of tomatoes Prewitt, Assistant Principal, Eliza- run-off for member from district 1. ;

will have a one to two slope on the I shipped over the Florida beth W. Rumbley, Dorothy Lock- Drew Hampton and Roy Messer enter -:;:.:

COMMUNITY: CHURCH TO lake side and one to one on the land EaSt Coast, from Lake Harbor to hart, Mary Snell, Livonia Congdon, the second primary together in .,-:,)'

HAVE SUPPLY PASTOR side. Approximately 90,000 cubic Canal Point, but it is understood Esther Beacom, Lucille Hamptonand district 2. This was a four-cornered ,

yards of rip-rap stone will be neededon (Continued on Page' 8) Agnes Thomas. Mrs. V. A. Allen race with E. L. Stallings falling into
the job and about 168,000 cubic third place by the narrow marginof
e Rev. E. V. Headen, Presbyterian and Mrs. A. Fuller are substitutes.
yards of back-fill material. The con three votes. M. E. VonMach was
minister of Lakeland, was scheduled Dr. Ezelle Describes Felda
tract also calls for proper gradingand I I returned from district 3 without op-
to arrive in Clewiston today to act : Mattie Thomas and Maud Himrod.
as supply pastor for the next three sodding of the berm. The teachers will be assigned to position.In .
months of the Community Churchduring The contract will be in three sec-I r. Trip To CubaDr. their grades later on in the sum- Justice of Peace District 1, G. '

tions which may be bid on by sec mer. Hines was elected by 5 votes over
.the absence of Rev. D. J.
tions or as one piece. Gratton George. The vote was Geor-
Williams, regular pastor, who is J. W. Ezelle, who with Mrs.
ge 171, Hines 176.
spending the summer at his homein Ezelle spent the week-end in Havana, Clewiston Co. Sells R. C. Skaggs and M. N. Taylor

the north working on a history of Voting Light ForCommitteemen Cuba, attending a Dental Conven- were elected members of the county

the Welch church which he is pre- tion, described the trip and his im- Local Dairy Stock. Democratic executive committeefrom

paring for publication.Rev. pressions of the island to his fellow districts 4 and 5. No other

Headen will preach his 'first Kiwanians at their regular meeting I places on- the committee were con- I

sermon here Sunday evening and Wednesday night. His subject was of All of the milk cows, young stock t ted.
everyone is cordially invited to- attend The vote for committeeman, Com-' great interest to all the membersand and males from the Clewiston Dairy ( Ruby O'Bannon won over Camille ;'
the services. The church choir mitteewomen, delegates to the Na- was much enjoyed.He .
were disposed of recently by the A. Baker for Congressional Committeewoman w
will render special music at the tional Convention and Presidential started with of t
ser- a description Clewiston Company and sold to C. from Hendry county. t :-
vice.The electors was small in Hendry countyas the voyage aboard a P. & O. steam- F. Johnson of West Palm Beach. It l

choir was absent 'from the it was in most other counties of ship from Miami to Havana and several is understood that before moving PETERSON WINS OVER i .

service last Sunday evening, having I the state. The names were unfamiliar humorous events in connection. them Mr. Johnson sold out to another BELL IN HENDRY COUNTY t

been issued a special invitation to to most voters and many left off He told of their arrival in the Havana -' man who in turn sold to C. B.

sing at the ,Commencement sermonat I i marking this section of the ballot. Harbor, of the picturesque beauty -' Elam of Tampa who now owns them.In Hon. J. Hardin Peterson, of Lakeland ? -t'

Pahokee. I The winners in this county were: of the place, of Morro Castle i the lot were sixteen milkers Congressman from the First ; |

Presidential electors: Morgan, standing guard over the harbor and fourteen dry cows and one registered -. District defeated his opponent for {

BENEFIT BRIDGE AT INN I Arnold, Keith, McClelland, Mular- the mountains in the background. : Guernsey bull. The rest of thej i re-election, Judge W. D. Bell, of Ar- '

key.For They went from the boat to the Ho-i stock was young and the entire lotj I cadia by a substantial margin in to- \

The Committeeman: H. H. Wells tel Plaza where the convention was Guernseys and Holsteins, all of themfine tal returns from all counties in the '
1 Ladies' Aid ..Society decided the leader '
was with 266 votes.
held Saturday. stock. The fixtures of the dairy district but had a close race in
today to hold their benefit bridge next closest was Gabby Knowles He next described their his margin of vic- f
mentioned morning have not as yet been disposed of. j Hendry county, :
in the '
writeupof with 91
Committeewo- stroll through the streets and the 63 votes.
of The Altar Creamery Company on i tory being but
their monthly meeting, on Tuesday -i man Hortense Wells was high with many beggars and peddlers of lot- Monday took over the retail route,I' Clewiston gave him better than aI'two

Inn. of' next week at the Clewiston :J260 votes. The four men selected as I tery tickets encountered. In the afternoon of the local dairy but are reported 'J to one vote, the precinct voting -

j I Delegates to the National Conven-I they visited the municipal to have abandoned it after two or: 229 for Peterson to Bell's 103.

other It is understood that there will be tion by county voters were Andrews, market, which he said, to an Ameri-I three days making it necessary fortmilk I Precinct Two gave him a lead of 93 '.
games progress other Byrd, Mack and Burch; the four la- can seems terribly dirty users of the town to purchase I to 75 while Precincts Three, Four
than bridge' for those who do not, dies Mrs. Loudermilk, Mrs. Copeland and dogs sleeping all around. There their milk from the stores. and Five gave Bell a lead. In Three

play bridge so that everyone who at-; Mrs. Young and Mrs. Strick- are no flies or mosquitoes and noth- The Altar Company, which started I the count was 150 to 113; in Four

time.tends may be assured of a good .' lane For delegate to the Convention ing is screened, foodstuffs being a wholesale route through the 60 to 35 and in Five 67 to '38. The

The admission is thirtyfivecents. from' the Fist Congressional District placed out in the open with no pro- Lake towns a little over a year igo totals were 455 for Bell and 508 for

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BRISBANETHIS 'News Review of Current All Aound' ge wiches.convenient than a knife.for preparing Also they bread are sand very .A.,


WEEK, Events ,the World Over House riJ moistened A paste with made ammonia of scouring will powder remove

unsightly stains on brass trays. Ap-

Never serve food In a dish that is ply paste, remove when dry; then
Two New Deal Upsets too large for amount of food served.It polish ,tray

25,000 Watch FrogsIn Congressional Quizzers Stir Dr. Townsend, to Wrath- detracts from the appearance of '*

School Until 22 your table. If you rinse a plate with cold
Landon Has Big Bunch of Delegates-Guffey
water before
Round Trips to EuropeBig "- breaking eggs on it, add
To remove a fresh to them a pinch of salt and then '
news from the Supreme Court Coal Act Declared Invalid. grease spot on
of the United States and the United a rug, cover the spot with blotting stand where there Is 'a current of

State Court of Appeals paper, then press with a hot Iron. air, you will have no difficulty in '

'- for- tne uis-- By EDWARD W. BICKARD, Cover the spot with magnesia, let It beating them to a. froth.
4:C remain for L'4 hours *
trict of Columbia.Two then brush off.
"farreachingexperiments" Western Newspaper Union. If liquid in which olives are ,bottled ,

the Roosevelt New replied mildly to the questionsof and harbor facilities. ,the drawer with your knives. Scis- opened, olives may be kept;: indefinitely '

Deal are declaredunconstitutional. the house committee investigating sors will trim the edges of pie crust if olive oil is poured over them ,- '

the activities of the organization behind SIX members of the Supreme court much more quickly and mr'(e neatly after they are put back into bottle

i4 ifT h e Supreme _.u the old ace/-: pension the United States ruled that the Belt llcn.te.-WNU Service. ,

court In a sweep- :: \ movement, which Guffey act to control the bituminous
Ing decision killed f;:' ';>''" M""',';""&'' ( the doctor started. coal Industry is Invalid, and another Pretty Wall Hangingof I WALKS 75,000 MILES :.
i> '
the Guffey coal ,, : Then the Californian of the New Deal ex- I Philip Lewis, Australia's "WanderIng 1
act; the District of :r,: lost his 'patience suddenly periments goes into Colorful Peacocks I Jew," has completed 37 years of

Columbia Court of refused to an- the discard. This Is : evangelism, during which he walked

Appeals held the swer any more "non- the act which Presi- F N fKt6x, 75,000 miles, traveled 276,000 miles,
fI2' v
Resettlement AdArthur
Brisbaneministration under \'._"?'<::::>:,: :,::",'.'VK' :, spoke of "thickheaded congress to pass not i the Bible 51 times, and he plans to
Professor Tugwell y) '' congressmen." de-' withstanding doubts continue traveling and reading.PE .
law of the rt : of its constitutionality"however :
violates the fundamental nounced the committee -
land" t x for its "unfriendly reasonable." j
The decisions set forth that "these -;' attitude" and asserted Five justicesSutherland -
major experiments In socialization Involve the adminIstrationownsend. Butler, Van _
Devanter, McReynolds,
unlawful delegation of powers was 8 hoste,) force" -'
vested in congress and violation by the behind the Inquiry. He declared he and Roberts joined >Wfl BIT OF DELICIOUS FLAVOR
**". Guffeyion LOCKED IN IlillII. .AND
federal government of the rights of the would form a third party after the In the majority opin- :
states," the Washington dispatch avers. November elections. 'which Invalidated the whole act.
Justices Cardozo, Brandeis, and Stone ALL THE WORK OUT
.1 ,
The resettlement decision affected Finally Doctor Townsend told the q y ji
joined in a dissenting opinion In which
only that part of the relief activities committee: "I am retiring from this
they upheld the act. Chief Justice
under Professor Tugwell's administration sort of Inquisition and I do not pro
Hughes held In a separate opinion that
leaving undecided the remainderof pose to come back except under arrest.
the $4,800,000,000 voted to the Presi- And I do refuse absolutely to make the act was constitutional with respect -

dent last year. any further statement regarding this to the marketing provisions but' KO: DON'T ACCEPT ANY-

movement to this committee." unconstitutional with respect to the THING "JUST AS GOOD".
Much of the resettlement money has labor .
Escorted by Gerald K. Smith, former regulations.The GENUINE PE-KO EDGE
been spent and much more allocated,, adherent of Huey Long, and anotherman court in the majority opinion m k JAR RINGS ARE REALLY .
cancellation of which will raise, prob-
held that there
In the
the CalifornIan fled from WashIngton is no authority WORTH INSISTING ON!
lems. to Baltimore. The committee Constitution for the control of the coal PATTERN 1014

J decided ask the 'house cite him industry attempted in the Guffey act.
to to
At Angels Camp, Calif., 25,000 persons ,? The act was not valid either under How rarely one sees a peacock with

watched the annual Calaveras for contempt. the commerce- clause or the welfare all his lovely plumage displayed!

county frog-jumping contest and saw"Can't When he was questioned regarding clause. This proud pair of colorful birds .

,Take It" cover a distance of 12 large sums contributed by Townsendclub Senator Guffey of Pennsylvania, author will hold this unique pose as, longas
members the said the
.feet 3 Inches in three hops. Another physician of the act, lost little time, In in- your wall panel lasts. You'll'wantIt
"frog, raised on the ranch of the late contributors had faith In him and that troducing a substitute measure, concentrating done in ,a short time, of course, 1

Will Rogers, was second, with ,12 feet "we 'need millions to promote a move- on price fixing and omitting the and it will be,- for the actual em-
ment of this' kind and we will get
2 inches. them.. labor provisions which were outlawedby broidery goes very quickly, using only xo

Twenty-five thousand human beings His that Doctor the Supreme court. John L. Lewis, single, running and outline stitches. ROYAL 5 tv
testimony developed -
watched some frogs hop ; not half, as head of the United Mine Workers, de- You may use either silk, wool or'cot

many would have gathered to hear Townsend, his brother, Walter clared that organization would "Join In ton floss, but remember-the more 5 ,u,, ,
Townsend, and Gilmour Young own the ,: ,, : .
colorful it Is the
Einstein lecture on relativity.It requesting congress to enact the bill at prettier!
assets of the Townsend organization,
once." He thought the measure would Pattern 1014 comes'to you with a GI

Is, suggested that every Americanbe estimated now at about ,$60,000 and "operate to maintain the equilibrium of transfer pattern of a picture 15 by 20
that Townsend members have
compelled to go to school until no the coal industry pending further studyof Inches; a' color chart and key; ma-

twenty-two 'years of age 'to' cut down property Doctor right in them.'testified-. stabilization,of the industry terial requirements; illustrations of Pi4o IE1MiIE .

the competition for jobs.It Townsend he"has received A plea to all' coal operators to sup- all stitches needed. Send 15 cents In

might be simpler to keep every- dends from about the$08,000, Townsend in salary weekly, divi-and port the new- bill was made by Charles coins or stamps (coins preferred) to JAR RW 1l1111J1ERS

body In school until ,sixty and then O'Neill, legislative chairman of the National '- The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft Dept.,
give everybody a pension of $200 a expenses: but now had only about $300 Conference of Bituminous Coal 82 Eighth ATC., New York, N. Y. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY
and his wife about $200 to show for United
SUttt Rubber Products, Int.
month. What could be simpler than Producers.
I their efforts. 1790 ErMdway, Hew York,N.Y, Room 620
that? -I Some congressional leaders, however, Sow the Right Seed

The average sensible American starts thought It unlikely that the new Guf Lay up not yourselves treasures on

making a living long before he Is twen- r ,0V. ALF LANDON captured nearly fey bill could be passed at this session. earth. Sow for time, and probablyyou

ty-two and would do well to continueon J all the New Jersey delegates to will succeed for time. Sow the 54ANPlOJARSTHE

that basis. the national convention, defeating Senator I H. LEHMAN announced seeds of life-humbleness, pure-heart-

Borah about 4 to 1 .a the popular HERBERT In Albany that he would edness, love-and in the long eternity 10*SIZE CONTAINS 3Yz TIMES AS MUCHAS

Sir Hubert WIlkins, who has flownIn vote. This victory gave the Kansana I not be a candidate for a third term as which Is before the soul, every minutest THE 54 SIZE WHY PAY MORE?

the Arctic, Antarctic and other queer total of more than 200 votes to start : zovernor 'of New York, saying: "I feel grain will come up again with

regions by plane, crossed the Atlanticby with at Cleveland, and his manager, I the time has come I an increase of thirty, sixty, or a hundred MUNE.

dirigible recently. John Hamilton, claimed he would hateat when I may ask release I fold.-F. W. Robertson.

Says Sir Hubert: least 300 of the 501 votes necessary rasy from the cares

"From almost anywhere In the to nominate and would win on the and responsibilities of

United States, a business'man' could second or third ballot. the governorship." But

spend Wednesday and Thursday going The statement by Herbert Hoover leaders of the Demo- Idto
about his business taking himself out of consideration for o
catch the dirigibleby cratic including
party, LOOK .
airplane Thursday midnight, spend ,the nomination is generally judged to I President Roosevelt, .9'r t.tENg,

two business days In Europe and be at lave helped Landon. With Mr. Hoover : : National ,Chairman STA OOG ortdl rl3.t

his desk the early part of the next out of the picture It will be difficult to 4 James A. Farley and Ca ltd?' tye i.Ji s

",week." hold California, Texas. and other potentially -
Senators Wagner ands
Hoover votes away ,from 4' \ Roe ., w
Copeland undertook to
Prof. Raymond Jloley' says It was Landon. persuade Mr. Lehman

easier for Mussolini to conquer "muddy .James A. Farley, postmaster general I Gov. Lehman to run for reelection.

thinking" in the League, of Nations and also Democratic'national chair-I They all agreed that his retirement

than It will be to "prevail over the man, told the Michigan Democratic convention would be a loss to the state and the
mud of he believed the Republican :
Ethiopia in months to come. "
party and that he should be "drafted.
Presidential nominee will be "the governor -
The Immediate political result of thegovernor's .
New York police arrested a middle- of a typical prairie state" and
surprise action was that
aged woman begging near a church and that his election, If he won, would be I
New York again became a doubtful
"acting strangely." She wore men's a "perilous experiment. Farley criticized "
state for the presidential,campaign, In
shoes, five dresses, one over the other, the man he did not name as de-
the minds of many politicians. The
and carried bank books showing de-, void of experience In national affairs,
morale of Republican leaders In the
posits of $25,000. and predicted that if he is the Republican -.,
state improved, and Democrats began,
standard bearer "even Kansas"
This should not discourage wise
speculating as to which of a of
''will not be in the Roosevelt doubtful'
charity." Not every old woman, beg- 'I five or more candidates could be ..
ging, has four extra dresses and $25- column. groomed for the gubernatorial nomination Greetings

000. But it might well discourage this fall 'If Lehman persisted In 4 From the PLAYGROUND ABOVE THE

thoughtless, Indiscriminate. giving, CONSTITUTIONALITY of the, rail- his determination. t Pi CLOUDS LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOTEL ,
encourages professional
was contested -
announces its reopening in May 1936 .
causes young beggars to graduateas before the District of Columbia
rejoicing marked the In. Modem room with private jj-
criminals. Supreme court by attorneys representing GENERAL b41' fireproof, every
the class 1 railroads and S9'lesser of Dr. Miguel Mariano bath, offering the greatest degree of comfort

Americans ask three questions: railway enterprises. The lawyers argued I I Gomez as president of Cuba-the first and luxury to be found anywhere. Dance, '
elected the since
by people Gerardo
"What is the news? Who won the that the pension law and a tax Machado. The new'executive, lawyer swim, golf, ride horseback to the musical roar '
game? Have you heard the story law enacted at the same time are to- a breezes. Come live and (4
and revolutionary leader who has twice ; of the mountain
about -? For that reason, the successful gether "substantlal1y'the same" as the '
been mayor of Havana, took the oath g: enjoy the refreshing luxury of this world
newspaper pays attention firstto unconstitutional railroad retirementact .
the news, told accurately and vivId- of 1034." of office in the ball room of the president's famed resort, where life runs the gamut ofj'

ly, then It concentrates sport, thenon The government contended that the mansion In the presence of 400 stimulation, enjoyment and relaxation. A'
foreign and Cuban officials The
humor. Such dry things as opin- alleged relation between the two acts of Cabanas fortress across the harbor guns ;; dining salon of unsurpassed beauty cuisine

ions, editorials, books In the rear. Fic- could not be proved, and that the railroads tired a twenty-one gun salute and ,, of excellence. Our new PATIO with dancing
tion to be were suing, In effect, to enjoin '
ought number
four, but good DOHERTY'Scelebrated 3 %
the signal all public buildings were Illuminated beneath the starlit skies to
fiction Is scarce and the other kind not collection of 'a tax. Such a suit, the ,
and thousands of <, .
merrymakers PALM BEACH orchestra. Beauty
, worth printing. government contended, was barred by -S ?
federal law. The government further began 'parading the streets. and gown shops swimming pool.
President Gomez appeared on a bal. _
Anti-religious hatred persists In defended Its railroad retirement system cony and told the shouting throngs that RATES:$5.00.$6.00 and$7.00 daily including f

Spain. While Pope Pius In Rome was as an exercise of its constitutionalpower he would do his best to maintain a meals. (Special FAMILY and seasonal rates.)
"to provide for the
common de-
addressing representatives of Catholic constitutional government "by the Cubans vacation
fense." We to make your an unparalleled -
urge you
newspapers, deploring Communism and and for the benefit and Interest of to the LOOKOUT
adventure by coming
the Hitler attitude toward the "
Catholic all Cubans. In his first message to
church and the Catholic press, a Sp-m- SECRETARY OF WAR DERN allo-I congress he assured the nation that ': ; MOUNTAIN HOTEL this summer.

Ish mob In Valencia was burning two $138,000,000 for river personal rights would be respected. Write wire or telephone

Catholic churches, beautiful monuments and harbor Improvement projects Among his policies be listed "ample SAMUEL J. LITTLEGREEN, Manager

of early days. Former Indifference to throughout the country that had been tolerance to all Ideas, ample, guarantees (formerly Manager. Ocean Forest Motet Myrtle Boach)
religion has turned to actual hatred In recommended by the engineering corps. for all rights and sufficient energyto

many countries, and in those that were Of this sum, $103.458,839 will be used maintain order, and the necessary

most deeply religious. for entirely new waterway and port strength against offenders against the

6 King Features Syndicate lac. I Improvement while $34,408,150 will be I laws." +r
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IMPROVED Children will profit by what their

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Melancholy Things parents tell them If they observe that TIE virtues all lock into each

JI what their parents tell them corre- They cannot standalone
UNDAY The ashes of the commonest fire sponds to what their parents do. Like the stones of an

,\.V/ FAT are melancholy things, for In them arch, no one of them can be wantIng -
When people are deadly deter- '
CHOOL Lesson there. Is an Image of death and ruin without making all the rest
mined to call a spade a spade with
. of something that has been bright, Insecure. That character alone Is
great frequency, we wish they'dshut
"' By Member REV. P.of B.Faculty FITZWATER.Moody Bible D. D.. TELLS WHY CHICKSDIE and Is but dull, cold, dreary dust- up.Some. trustworthy, In which each virtue ,

Institute of Chicago. with which our nature forces us to takes its relative position, and all
Western Newspaper Union. WHEN BROODED read epigrams and enjoy
sympathize. How: much more sad are held In place and confirmed by
the crumbled' embers of a home; the them; others are so contentious that the keystone of a living faith in the

Lesson for June 7 Coccidiosis Pullorum Cause casting down of that great altar, they read.want .to dispute every one' they great central fact, that there Is a

where the worst among us sometimes God of Infinite' goodness and .

JESUS IN GETHSEMANELESSON Poultryman Says. perform the worship of the heart; Old Sol Is Wise truth, whose commandments are

and where the best have offered up A ,sunset never puts on too long a the laws of life In this world and

TEXT-Luke 22:39-53. Br C. for M. the Ferguson.Ohio State Extension University.poultryman such sacrifies, and done such deedsof show and it never responds to an In the world to come.-\I. C.

GOLDEN TEXT-Not my will, but WNU Service. heroism, as chronicled, would put encore. Ware.

thine PRIMARY, be done.-Luke TOPIC -22:42.When Jesus When chicks die during the brooding the proudest temples of old time, with You sometimes, have to Judge a .
the cause Is usually coccidiosis all their valuable annals to the There Is ',
Prayed In the Garden. season, man by what people don't say about no bitterness like self-
JUNIOR TOPIC Jesus in Geth- or pullorum disease. For pullorum dis- flush.-Charles Dickens, (Barnaby reproach.

semane. ease there' is no cure.' The disease Is nUdge). him.Give too' much 'advice and you'll .i
r- INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR transmitted from the parent throughthe II ,
have It thrown to
- TOPIC-The Loyal Christ. up you
ADULT egg.It is caused by a specific
TOPIC-Doing the Father's Will. bacteria, and may be controlled only p It Can't Be Done ,

r i' I through a sound program of blood test- Trying to Injure another without j

:<.,;; Jesus went from the upper room, Ing of breeding flocks. hurting ourselves Is like gazing in 1. J

: j...!:' where the last supper was eaten, to. Coccidiosis, on the other hand, is the looking glass without expectingto j
w'1.. .''., the Garden of Gethsemane. Night had caused by a microscopic organism that : see our Image. And Not Be Flat ">;,

: now fallen.I. enters the chick's body through the His working capacity makes the Customer ;
( bill '
" '.' having paid )-I'm '
," I I. Jesus at the Mount of Olivea alimentary tract. It may be picked up We Do From Motive mule valuable In spite of his ability. square now?

contaminated soil contaminatedfeed to kick and : .
(v. 39) from bray.
Human Is Assistant-Yes sir
nature naturally lazy. and I hopetyou'll 'J
! The garden was a favorite resortof or contaminated litter, and the ItIs often twice as easy to do a'
We do everything from motive, and ? soon be round again. )
Jesus and his disciples on the most likely source of the infection Is :man a favor who Is, bashful about,
the strength of the motive measures '
slope of the Mount of Olives, a short from adult chickens on the farm. It asking it. .:,;
the result rf the effort.
distance east of Jerusalem (Matt. 2G: Is very unlikely that this disease is Hardly anything can make sink Same Charge ,;,5 i

30). Gethsemane means "oil press," often purchased with the chicks. ,
Few Covered Mrs. 'j
the heart of a ;young man of twenty Bridges Bragg-My husband accusesme
and the garden was a place where the The surest means of preventing an I like being expected to enjoy a job Only seven survivors of the cov- of extravagance. I spent $10,000' ,':;
.,t oil was crushed out of olives. ThereIs Infection is to isolate the young chicks ', ;
for which he has neither taste nor ered bridge era still stand In Connecticut last year. ? ,
a striking significance In Jesus'coming from the old chickens. Hens should I i talent. to recall the days when Mrs Jones-I wouldn't mind being :

to this place. Olive oil was not be allowed to associate with chicks, In ,our own personal affairs, each lovers sought the dark recesses of scolded on that basis. I have tIt .':q

precious, being used both for ,food nor be permitted to run over the of us thinks he is something of an the bridges In which to: pledge their stand for the same accusation on ::;i/

and lighting. The bruising and crush- ground on which the chicks are' .being efficiency expert himself. troth. $20 .a week. '
Ing of Christ In this garden has yielded ranged. 7.1

the largest blessings to the world- Use of cinder yards, wire porchesand '.

food for the souls of men. and light clean range all have their placeIn ;

;_ for their lives. fighting this disease, but In addItion : ;

,:",:: '. II. His Companions (vv. 39, 40). it Is Important 'to take precaution, / / I '.,1

r ,: Peter, James, and John, who had against carrying the ,disease !organism, .

::". been with him on the Mount of Transfiguration from the adult flock to the chicks or '.

S .!. were permitted to go with the poultryman's feet.: For this pur- :.JtI

.: '" him into the deep shadows of the gar- pose, wear rubbers when caring for the '",
'''' den (Matt. 26:37). He took those who chicks. I I I I

." were best able to apprehend the Since coccidiosis organism requires

;' meaning of the tragic hour, and, too, 'warmth and moisture during the partof

as a human being he craved sympathy. Its life cycle spent outside the bodyof

; :: Knowing the. peculiar trial that would the fowl it is good practice to keep ., % ., / /

: be theirs when the Shepherd should the brooder house as 'dry as possible / / /
j be smitten, his purpose was to pre- by,placing water fountains on screened / / / ,
:" pare them for It. It was well that platforms. ,

i:,;' they taste the bitter cup of which he

:;,,: drank, and of which they, too, would

r f,';_:'-, "\ later drink. Finds Oil Dipped Eggs

. III. Jesus In Prayer (vv. 41-44). Will Hold Fresh: QualityMany

.j 1., Withdrawal from the disciples.
?:;. (v. 41). Even the members of the poultrymen beat the .heat in 11'h/vl/ i
summer by dipping eggs In-a thin, white
Inner circle could not go with him /
: through this hour. He went apart mineral oil. This seals the pores of 1t ;

... the shells and helps ,the eggs retain
from them, for he must be alone with '

.,. his Father In, this darkest, hour. Thus their fresh quality. I 1 S .

r..p) alone he kneeled and prayed. Recent 'tests by the United States jr MASTERPIECE OF TIRE CONSTRUCT1OM ,;
i ) I show that .
2. What he said (v. 42)). "If thou Department Agriculture .y
oiled eggs also stay fresh much betterIn .
be willing, remove this cup from me. a.
The cup did not primarily mean the ,cold, storage than unoiled eggs. In BUY ON PROOF OF PERFORMANCE 1
an eight-month storage test, the origInal 3/ :
physical sufferings of the cross, though him
grade was retained by C5.8 per
._ they were exceeding great. He did
; cent of the'eggs'oiled at a temperatureof
r ; not n desire to escape from the
fe h. ; ...
and CO j degrees F.-; by 55 per cent oiledat A MILLION miles on Firestone
short of his
cross thus to stop
r:} ': 80 32.5: Tires without accident. That is the i2 '
only k
f'r: : .' : redemptive work, for this ,was the degrees, by percen't an < < a ,
" of those which were unoiled. record of Ab Jenkins famous driver
;"'< supreme purpose of his coming Into ,
:' '\.; the world (neb. 2:14). Rather It was Eggs given the oil and vacuum car-, who has driven on all kinds of roads t

;;:..." the revulsion of his holy nature from bon dioxide treatment retained 88 per and in all kinds of traffic in every state in the union. Whata I

I1r< ., the burden of sin which he was representatively cent of their original grade at the tribute to safe, dependable, tire equipment! Make this

;:': to bear when the cross end of the storage test. This method, proof of performance your guide In choosing new tires Ais 1l pc NS-Famou, 4ove whe fields mere I

!r.' :f.' .. was placed upon him. He. Indeed, was developed by T. L. Swenson, of the to protect yourself and your family. r'k,
f ,'..:', to be made sin for us who knew no bureau of chemistry and soils, was 35

:$';:.:':', sin (II Cor. 5:21). He was so com per cent more efficient than plain oil- There are three important facts you should know about the tires you buy- SIZE PRICE
'. Ing and 173 cent more efficient
(; : pletely Identified with a sinning race per

j':e;'': .: that the Judgment of a holy God which than storage with no oil treatment. 1. THE FACTS on TRACTION NON-SKID SAFETY 45021.. S8.J0

; ; :;' '' rightfully would have fallen It, In the vacuum process eggs are 4.75-19. .. 9.10 ,
.. upon; A leading university in 2,350 tests has found that the new, scientifically designed
.fJ .'..":':.',:. was about to strike him. dipped in oil in an air-tight chamber. 525.18 10'85
:-. t;;;;.:.';;;':' The cup, therefore, meant his death 5.50-17 .. 1190
: '; ',' as the bearer of sin. He came to partial vacuum. Some air also escapes 2. THE FACTS on BLOWOUT PROTECTION 6.00.16 X3.5 r
from the When carbon
I'.f;?, : ; Gethsemane with a full knowledge of eggs. Ab Jenkins used Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires when he drove his 5,000-pound car 600.17 H.D.X5.90 tir
dioxide is turned into the chamber,
: < .' >' what It meant, and here he bowed In the draw enough oil Into the over the hot salt beds at BonneviLle, Utah, in the record-breaking time of 127 miles per 6.00.19H.D.X6.90
if f eggs
...'....(.. submission to the Father's will. The pores of the shell to form a completeseal. hour, covering 3,000 miles in 23% hours without a blowout or tire trouble of any kind. 6.5017H.D.X8.40 4
; agony of this hour drew from his
" Carbon dioxide has 'a stabilizing 7.00.17".. 21.307so
a >..' brow as It were great drops of blood, 3. THE FACTS on ECONOMY and NON-SKID MILEAGE
effect on the egg white. If air is used, 17H.D. 31.75 '
but an angel came and strengthened The in the such whom
do not retain their freshness. largest transportation companies country, as Greyhound, to
I. him, and fromthat.. place of victory eggs safety and tire economy mean business efficiency, use Firestone Tires from Coast to Coast FOR T RUe KS "'

.. he went with unfaltering steps to theW' and from Canada to the Gulf.And our own test fleet records prove that the new Firestone 6.00-20... S Xo.85 q..

cross. The "Silkie" BantamThe High Speed Tire for 1936 gives you up to 25% longer non-skid mileage. 7.50-20 ... 39.XO
IV. The Sleeping Disciples (vv. 45,
I 4G). "silkie" bantam Is the most Make these proofs of performance your yardstick of safety and value. 30x5T.T.. X8.7S

Though they had boasted of their unique specimen of all poultrydom, Decide today to equip your car with new Firestone High Speed Tires for 32x6 H.D. 40.5 .4

fidelity (Matt. 20:35), they could not and Is one of the oldest of the over 1936-the safest driving equipment money can buy. OlherSizesPkodProportJonllelJLow : '
100 varieties of bantams. The silkie
watch with him one hour. They wereso
does not have feathers like other fowls,
benumbed by perplexities and sor-
that but Is covered with a silky down, from STANDARD SENTINEL COURIER
row they slept, and could not
: watch with Jesus one little hour. I whence It derives Its name.' Silkie TYPE TYPE TYPE ''
bantams bred in white black
are golden -
, V. Jesus Betrayed (w. 47, 48).
and the
partridge, but most perfect
, L The betrayer (v. 47) was Judas,
are the white, as they are the original, 4.50.2157.75 4.50.2196.0 '
who had been at the last supper with '- 4.40.21. 5.08 ,
and the variations of color are yet In 475.19 8.0 4.75-19 6.40
Jesus; who had journyed and down
the making. Aside from their plumage 9.75 4.50.21. 5.60 ;a
the land with the Lord and his dis 5.25-18 5.00-19 6.85
ciples. The fact that he had listenedto they are unique in that their skin, s 00 5.50-1710.70: S SO 5.25-18 7.60 s oo 4.75.19. 5.9Z
flesh, and bones are a dark, mulberry
Jesus' teachings, had witnessed his I 4.40.21 6.00.161X.95 4,4021 5.50-19 8.75 4.40'21 30x31/2ct. 4.33
, color. They are good layers of medi-
miracles, had been with him in I
um-sized eggs. Their most valuable OU-tt Sizes Proportionately lee Other Sizes Proportionltefy low r
sons of prayer (John 18:2), Intensifiedthe
horror of his deed. characteristic Is their propensity to be SEAT COVERS BATTERIES' SPARK PLUGS TiresfoncSTEWARTWARNER '
broody, and they are prized by game
2. The sign of betrayal (v. 47) was ,
and rare bird breeders for hatching ;
- a kiss, the age-long token of most
and rearing valuable and tender birds. 0'5 '
':. tender affection and friendship. The I AUTO
Silkie bantams cannot fly. $6 SIc
betrayer now degraded that symbolof III
love by making It the instrument of "

disloyalty and treason Original Bantam BreedsThe EACH
Exchange IN
: 3. The words that Jesus spoke (v. origluftl bantam breeds, imported Do
J 48) to the Infamous reveal )C UP7COUPES
_ disciple and,otherwise are: Cuckoo: Cochln, /
the Infinite tenderness of his heart. Bearded and NonbeardedliIle Fleur. RADIATOR BRAKE LINING'FAN BELTS

But so hardened was the heart of Blue de Anvers, Black de Grubbe, Blue and COACHES SEDANS $.1.OV UP HOSE '

the betrayer that he carried through de Grubbe, Black Belgian, Blue Belgian $330

T his brutal contract to deliver the Re- Quail Belgian, Black Belgian Bar- Wax, 12 or_.:. 45c I 45up J 3 795
ft1C r
deemer of men for thirty pieces of bus de Anvers, Mottled de Anvers, Polishing Cloths 15c", t ..:J '' PER SET ''
silver. The money was In his purse; Blue Belgian Barbus de Anvers Bel- .. \
Sun Glasses_ 10,tI, PER FOOT '" Libor Extra Includes Dash Mounting
'0 he must not weaken. The deed was gian de Uccle Golden Sebright, Silver ,

done. Sebright, Black Sumatra, White Silkie, I r I I I 1 I I '
Shall not those who study this les- Black Silkie, White Japanese, Gray
son inquire with deep earnestness if '
Japanese, Black Tailed Japanese, Listen to the Voice Firestone with the Choral
of featuring Margaret Speaks, Soprano, Firestone
anything In their lives be serv- .
may Creve Coeur, Black Rose Comb.
Symphony and William Daly's Orchestra.-every Monday night over N. B. C. Nationwide NetworkTHE '
ing as a practical betrayal of Christ?



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r each man on the honesty, integrity, { ins! day L. B. MershonAGENT
RRRRRi1RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRToo Included in the Miami and Fort
The Clewiston News ability and experience revealed la I
his record of past service and voteas Myers f ,hipments will be a numberof ,

Late To Classify your own conscience and good tall Royal Palms which will line '

dictates. And GOD have an aver me leading to Florida Manor. -'I I.,
Friday in Clewiston,, judgment .
Published every 'Iussell Kay soul. TLure: will also be several full New York Life
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, CBy mercy on your
H grown cocoanut palm trees each

Inc. 111iilRRURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR91While RAILROAD MAN! FINDS bearing : clusters of nuts, which it is I Insurance CompanyARCADIA

column is being writ- LOST WATCH BY CHANCEOne : believe d will prove strong attrac-
this tions for visitors. Clotans will be
the election, It will not --- FLORIDAJ.
Keathley Bowden, Editor ten before afterwards and by that of the most unusual happen- liberally used throughout the plant-

be read until should have a I ings that could be imagined resulted ing pla,n of the Florida grounds.
time it appears we
in the return to its rightful own- >J
fairly clear Idea of M. CO5JSE
Entered as second class mail mat- Like the on-rush of the tropical] er of a watch, believed to have been Tho quints are three years old. ,

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post hurricane, the center of the storm stolen, and entirely by a chance oc- Can't :help but think what'll happen Counselor and Attorney at Law ,'.,r.?

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under has passed; now we will experiencea curence.It when they all get sixteen and have '

the Act of March 3, 1897. brief lull to be followed by the fin- happened at the Stewart pack- their five boy friends hanging Hopkins BuildingWednesdays ::

al blow-and. it promises to be no ing house one afternoon recently round. Jt'll be worse than the a-I ; and Saturdays; "':':'

GENTLE breeze. when a car of tomatoes was being ship of the Siamese twins. '

Subscription rate, $2.00: per year. From here on, folks, the rules are loaded out. S. W. Myers assistant] 9:30 to 4:00 ::

Advertising rates on application. I suspended-no holds are barred- A. C. L. Agent was standing by when]; NORGE REFRIGERATORS :\

I the boys can kick, bite, scratch and Wes Green who was shipping; the car.J PHILCO RADIOS

hair. There won't be so manyin took his watch from his pocket ,and
Devoted to the advancement and the fight of course, but it will remarked that he would like toj,Furniture[ and Home Furnishings

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry be fast and furious and brutal., check the time with railroad time.l Household FurnishingsInc.

Tounty.: Support of candidates that has This was done and Mr. Myers stared j

thus far been withheld (waiting to at the watch in Mr. Greene's hand. il i FLORIDA

see which way the cat might jump) Suddenly he remarked to Mr. Greene i BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,
Now we can catch up on our fish- tell him what name
will now come out and the mighty that he could I --- riw

ing. struggle for control of this or that was engraved in the watch. Mr.

willi' make the, first primary campaign Greene was taken aback but was cur-! Pt ,

We could have spared Georgia a look like a Sunday School pic ious and when Mr. Myers; stated that Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath

flute rain on Election Day. nic. his .own name was engraved there! llilQ 1

trade the back of the case was removed I II "W
The tomato deal is over for an- Every trick known to the found This was 1
and the engraving
Let's hope the next will probably be employed. Jobholders -: ;]
other season. will' almost the first meeting betweenthe j Lake Harbor Phone No. 1
one is bigger and better than this like wildly rats about on a shouting sinking ship the,mer- two men' and Mr. Greene felt: i QJ; Q!]

one. its run of the candidate they think most than an explanation was necessary.He ffi] 9 s i iv

the safest from their had bought the watch from: a
likely to win or
Vacation time again for many:
write oC PERSONAL standpoint, and honest jeweler in Fort Myers who claimed W !i1I
Makes us a little restless to and A LIFE _POLICY for as
had been re-possessed
voters will face a bat- that it
so many going away for a week ortwo. open-minded the jeweler it was found Little I iI I1il
tery of waggin' tongues, fake affidavits upon wiring as $1 per Monthas
and that this the case but he told
false reports, charges was
counter charges. that the watch had been sold to him quoted, TO

Tomorrow the county canvassing by a girl in LaBelle. Both the jeweler' -
Special interests and private organizations '-' $1,000.00Policy r ,
boards will meet to check over and the girl came to Clewi'stonr t
votes. In Hendry county there is on- will take a hand to help the matter apparently settled satis- : Mailed for Free Inspection.

ly one office that might be changedby the people decide RIGHT. The sovereign factorily to everyone and Mr. Myers ,. No Medical Examination.
(?) voter is out on a limb THE STANDARD MUTUAL BEN-
the canvass. at him got his watch back. EFIT CORPORATION is offering,
be hurled
and stones will without medical examination to Stop at the

We sincerely hope, and feel that from every direction.The FLORIDA'S EXHIBIT AT LAKES: men and women up to the age of
65, a remarkable new, low cost
all election officials of the state will close of the first primary left EXPOSITION BEGUN IN EARNEST l LIFE POLICY, providing: up to tLoteL'PatciciaI

agree, that there'll be some other the sheep scattered all over the mea- to 91,000.00 1000.00 for for natural accidental death and death up

votes introduced bands that had hopefully DeLand June 4 (FNS-The
method of counting dow. Little as specified. This policy costs as
before there arc as many candidatesout followed this or that leader. Now movement of the material constituting little as $1.00 a month. Benefits 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
based the This policy
are on age.
for office as there were last with but two left to lead, the task Florida's .Exhibit at the Great. form has- been APPROVED bv the

Tuesday. of rounding up the strays and get- Lakes -Exposition" in Cleveland, las_ Florida Insurance Department and Outside RoomsVitti
has complied with all the laws gov-
ting them in the right flock is the begun in earnest this week. erning companies of this character Private Bath

next move. Already the dogs are after Already 'several carloads of lum- having its GUARANTEE RE-
Merchants: should not forget that SERVE FUND on deposit with the
will be distrib- them.-snapping, snarling at ber, cement and other building material State of Florida for the protectionof COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
money their heels, driving them this way. have gone forward and this its policy holders.
uted in a few days. They'll spend '1
and and that in a fierce struggle to see week 20 large automobile and furn-I SEND NO MONEY. Overlooking Biscayne; Bay;
some or all of that money you
which can direct the most of these iture cars will be placed to receive NO AGENT WILL CALC:
busi- and
share of the Theatre
should get your Two blocks to Shops,
stragglers into the master's camp. the palms and other tropical plants J
ness. And a good way to do that is Just send a postcard with your Business Section.
Newspaper ads will scream out; which will be used in landscaping i name age, and name of beneficiary -
to use the columns of this paper to radios and loud speakers will bleat the spacious grounds around Florida j and a Policy, completely made
advertise what you have to offer. out will be sent you for free in- i
and blat; no stones will be left unturned Manor as the main state building spection. If, after studying it in RATES

to get your vote. The more will be known. the quiet of your home you desireto ,
GOVERNOR'S RACE keep it, send only $1.00 to apply
THE attention you, pay to all this bally- Foster Barnes, the landscape engi- for its restoration, which includes $1.50 Single

hoo and propaganda; the less you neer of the Florida Exhibit, with a practically 30 days protection if

Perhaps the most surprising race know. Ninety percent of it is pure corps of assistants, will load_ the big accepted.owe nothing.If not satisfactory you $2.50 Double

of the primary election this week all designedto the Offer limited Write today
unadulterated HOOEY, cars as fast as they are placed,
was the race for Governor Dave direct your attention to the ma- last carload coming from the Miami Can use a Representativein Special Family, Weekly; &

Sholtz' seat at Tallahassee. With gician's left hand while, the right and Fort Myers districts sched- your TerritoryThe Monthly RatesS.

fourteen candidates qualified to hand is taking the money,out of your uled to roll. not later than June 15th. : STANDARD MUTUAL'

make the race most everyone was pocket. This, it is said, twill give ample time BENEFIT CORPORATION D. McCREARY, Proprietor

prepared ,for surprises but we be- 821 Graham Building
Last week at one political rally I to cqmplete the landscaping of the

lieve that very few were preparedfor had thirty-nine: different pieces of Florida grounds by"June 27th, open- Jacksonville . Florida.
the surprise of seeing Judge
and Fred campaign literature thrust into my .-.-P'___
Petteway leading the pack -- -
hand, while eager workers plead
Cone trailing not far behind as this .
with me to vote for so and so for
is written. More surprising still is
such and such. Now and then I
the fact that most everyone en-
or two of these
would question one
countered seeins to be highly pleased -
solicitors and the amusing thing was
with the result no matter which
candidate they voted for. that mighty few of them knew any- SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

thing at all about their particular .
And well they may be. The repu-
One lady frankly
candidate. young
tation of both men is as well above
admitted that she'd never even heardof
reproach as that of any normal man.
the candidate for whom she was
is known all over '
Judge Petteway
; "
the state as a man of the highest eagerly asking votes until the day .. ; ::y," :" ". ,,,,,', :: ): :':;1:: Record of Dividends off
before and it seemed her primary interest -1 "0": : U"i< : :: ,.>:
moral standards and noted for his '
honesty and integrity far before the was the five dollars she had ", '-" ; .' _-. ::. Clewiston Home Building Association
campaigner '
been promised. Another -
campaign linked_the two words closely : ,;,\. .'I' ,".
a boy of about 16, was workingfor '
together in candidate'sspeech. '
every --: HATE
and because his uncle would
so so -
: A stern but just jurist he "
job if that man got in office. : PERCENT YEAHlEHCEX'r
get a
and is :
has always been regarded :, 1
I've had at least twenty
greatly admired by those who real- 6 -
letters from friends asking me to ". 1 1928 5.5 1933: : ,
ly know him. Mr. Cone we have nev- ,.
er 'had the pleasure of meeting but support someone for some office, and (' ,,: 1 929 ,7 934'1 ', '.:''_ 6
in every single case I KNOW just / ; ,

we does have know yet him to speak hear ill anyone of )him.who He WHY the letter was written and in .,. .; 1 930 4 1 1935 '', : 0>-:. 6

no case was the interest of the ', 1'' 6
is a successful banker, and businessman l 1931 4 1936' "" :
STATE the PEOPLE, or better, ;, '; /
in his home town of Lake City ;:; ; (: 6' ,
cleaner government in any way re- 1 932
and has also had a gieat deal of experience '
Now I be plenty dumb. I '
may }
lj. >
in the game of politics. "
lated to it.
Cone ran second in Hendry coun- ,\. "'4' '

ty to Chappell but we believe now don't claim to be no Solomonbutat idea '/:} "; ';ri};: '<> : ;'.' ':'.' -, : -
the time I a .
got crazy ,:
that he is the first preference for ., __, \, ,:,> ,': '" .. ,o'. CALL
that I'm smart enough to figure this "
the run-off; that is, if he remains in, '
thing out for myself. Of course it OFFICE FIRST
the present: second place. "Home-

stead Bill" Hodges is pushing him might be a whole lot easier to sit Invest savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND
back and let somebody else do my your ...
bard and cannot be counted out of
THINKIN' for me, but*the heck of trn.Home Building has never paid TALK THINGS VER. *
the running as ,yet. Yes, it's an exciting r ]
it is all these folks that are so eager I '-'
race and will remain so until' and anxious to do just that right dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ": ,' S
after the second
primary. .
now ain't gonna come around a year In these days of reduced interest on savings --" ". /

MRS. SIMPSON WIXSWEEK'S from now and help me figure out and reduced returns on other :, :,. S
how to PAY, my taxes or keep the accounts

-FISHING PRIZE wolf from the door. forms of investment Home Building offers : \--,..J: '(' -.J'

Mrs.V.. F. Simpson registered a This is a mighty good time to let '
the investment
investor -
six pound, ten ounce bass last Satur about ninety percent of what you the conservative, thrifty

day in the local fishing contest and hear pass in one ear and out the best suited to his needs. In- .

walked off with the.. week's prize, other. A little careful serious think-
besting Geo. Terrell's entry of Tues- In' on YOUR part right now is mighty vestigate' Clewiston Home Building '

day by 12 ounces, and Paul Hend- IMPORTANT. You better take ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTON '

ry's entry of Friday ,by six ounces. I yourself in a corner where you can't

Terrell's fish weighed 5 pounds and I hear the radio or the loud speakersand little as $5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING

fourteen ounces while Hendry's where your so-called friends and $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a
weighed six and a quarter. I advisors can't get at you and MAKE ASSOCIATION

Several new names have been add- UP YOUR MIND. Remember none Home Building, program adapted to your PHONES 102-103

ed to the register during the past J
week and it is believed that with I

election over interest will be con- by the same token few of 'em are I I I

stantly on the increase in the con- anywhere near as good as they or

test. their workers claim they .are. Judge
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..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNSt I| Mr. and Mrs. J. Hansford returned Fred Case and Harry Case of Pom- Miss, Glenna Atkins and Miss Dor-I Mrs. Bruce Messer entertained a

V Wednesday from a visit in Jack- pano, were visitors in LaBelle Fri is Atkins returned Thursday from I few friends at her home Saturday

:_;: Personal Mention :_:: i ibonville.j day. Rome, Ga., where they had been night with a slumber party. Those

I making a month's visit with rela- present were Miss Ida Forrey, Miss
\1) ...........................................J.........................................................s... j Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Miss Evelyn--Hare-of Clewiston tives.. Mildred Hill, Mrs. Glenn Dyess, Miss

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rumbley spent family and Miss Rhunelle McGehee spent the week-end in LaBelle as the Billie Hampton, Miss Lula Jones and
of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace. Miss Dorothea Warmack.
will leave Saturday to spend several guest
Sunday In Okeechobec. { Mr. and Mrs. F. Watts Hall and
their old home in Detroit, .
I weeks at -
their daughter Miss Florence, and
H. O. Peters spent Saturday and Mich. While there they will attend Miss Mildred Hill and Mrs Her- Mr. and Mrs B. V. Hall motored to
'I the golden wedding anniversary of bert Luckey motored to Fort My I
Sunday with relatives in Leesburg. Fort Myers Sunday where they attended -
Mr. VonMach's father and mother. ers Saturday night. .
-- I the memorial services. FOR SALE .
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill left Saturday -I
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawerence left Roy Stapler, who is employed in
i for a visit with relatives in Chi- : Dining Suite consist-
this week for Mr. Lawerence's home I Wauchula, spent Monday and Tues- Mr. and Mrs Paul Davidson of Mahogany
i cago. in Rushmore, Minn. They will visit day visiting with his wife here. Belle Glade were the visitors of Mr. ing of. dining table, buffet and

:the Texas Centennial on their way I and Mrs. J. O. Davidson Sunday. I four chairs.
Mr. and Mrs.. A. V. Allen and Mrs. \
up and return by Washington, D. C"I Miss Lucille Hampton, Miss Sallie They were accompanied back to their i' Inquire at U. S. Engineer ware-
Leslie Miller were business visitors
!Miss Virginia Saxon, of Moore Haven Middlebrough, and Miss Livonia home by Mrs. Preston Davidson and : house; Clewiston, or Capt. R.
in Fort afternoon.Bob .
Myers Monday
accompanied them on the trip. Congdon of Alva, visited in .Fort My Mrs. Herbert Luckey who will makea I Selee.I .

Fethke of Orlando, is visitinghis Wednesday. week's visit with them. I
I Mr. and Mrs. Bradnack left this
sister, Mrs. C. E. Moon :\1r.Moon' .
and week for a visit in Orlando. Mrs, --- --_.._ _. -...- -- _. -.-
this week. I Bradnack expects to go to New York Preston Davidson motored to _' __A
I j for the remainder of the summer I Belle Glade Thursday. He will be ::- : ffi.5I :!':S ILr.:. '.. ", 'fr.h': : : .:. _. .

E. V. McClellan arrived here this his accompanied home by his wife and
and Mr. Bradnack will visit i
week from Lake Harbor to make his;: Mrs. Herbert Luckey who have visited -
I mother in Brunswick, Ga., before
home. there this week.
I returning_ home. I THANKS

Mr. Butler visited Mrs. Butler in I Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George were Mrs. Ramon Bylaska of Fort My 1P

Good Samaritan Hospital' in West j i business visitors in Tampa Saturday. ers is visiting with her parents, Mr.:

Palm Beach Sunday Mr.i and Mrs Joe Cato, Mr. and Mrs.B. and "Mrs. M. F. Yeomans for a few

E. Nail, Jr., and daughter Wilma days.
Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Miss Josephine -I Faye, and Miss Billie Hooker 'spent

Knight were visitors in West I Sunday on a fishing trip to Pinerts-I Miss Edith Arbuthnot arrived Sun-
I take this of
expressing -
I means
Palm Beach Saturday. land. day to spend a short time visiting my

.1 I with her father, C. L.' Arbuthnot.George .
F. L. Williamson returned this. NEW AWNINGSThe 4 to the voters of Clewiston and allof
week from a visit of several weeks in I Wood returned Sunday to
Clay Center, Kanias. I canvas awnings along the west Lakeland after a week's visit in La- Hendry county for the nice vote givenme
side of the Hopkins' Building, rather
Belle with friends. Mr. Wood is a
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins were I tattered and frayed after several former resident. in Tuesday's primary election and feel
of service, are being replacedthis
Miami visitors on /Tuesday Wednesday years.
\ and Thursday of this 'week. week by a new metal awning. "
Another improvement is the repainting Miss Laura Doub and Miss Rosa that with your continued support and your
Doub returned Friday from Talla-
Parker Wilson and Justice Butler of the woodwork at the Hay hassee, where Miss Laura has beena ,
Building. vote again on June 23d I will again act as
were visitors in Moore Haven Thurs-. student at the state college.

'i'; day night. f AVALDKOX-WYXN Inspector Lawrence-' Knapp of your Representative in the Legislature.

: L L. Hooker of Lakeport was a Miss Lily Merle Wynn and RobertE. Clewiston was a dinner: guest of Mr.

,r-. business visitor here Wednesday Waldron were united in marriage and Mrs. G. O. Wallace Friday even-

,. morning. Sunday afternoon in LaBelle by ing. I I And if I receive the nomination in the second

County Judge H. A. Rider.
(,< Tracy Stone, of West Palm Beach Among the members of the Wes- :
Miss Wynn is the daughter of Mr. i primary I again assure you that I will
was a Clewiston visitor over the and Mrs. A. P. Wynn. She has livedin ley Fellowship Class who attended a ,,
s"a week-end. Clewiston for a number of years meeting of the young people of the
do in the
everything to give
my power '
t former LaBelle
; and is a graduate of Clewiston High Charge at Alva Sun-

!,': Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts spent School. Mr, Waldron is the son of day were Miss Josephine Poor, 1\11'.1 I
: Saturday and Sunday fishing on the Mr. and Mrs. W. Whldron and has and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Miss Edith. county the representation possible in

:', East Coaat. also lived here for '''a great numberof Magill and Houston Stewart. I
'._. I years. He is employed by the Tallahassee, showing partiality to no section -

Mrs. R. V. Allison and daughter, United States Sugar Corporation in i

' Gail spent Monday in West Palm the Plantation Machine Shop. .A...................................................................................... ..... I and working for all Hendry county.

Beach. They will make their home in I I

Clewiston and are residing in the I v
Mr. and Mrs. C. F.. Trainor and Greene duplex.DAUGHTER'S. c
daughter, Barbara Ann of Okeechobee .Good.FarlD I'
Elbert L. Stewart
I were. business visitors here Mon BIRTH ANNOUNCEDCapt.

r 1 day.
.- and Mrs. Richardson Selee
.r. l r Land 1:
announce thebfrth of a baby daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Singbush and
I on Tuesday, June 2, in Miami..
son, Ralph Jr., and Miss Kathleen _. .
Lewis of Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. The new arrival has been named ', ;. ; !i& l j.. ;;;;: : : < t.ico.':._ _=- _.-_ :.'. /
Judith Degolier1.LADIES : i for Rent
W' W. Perry Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .

., ...
: and Mrs. Gordon S. Mobley. V ....
returned Friday from several days HOLDS MONTHLY MEETINGThe

visit with Mr. Mobley's. parents at [ ji& ': .
Jacksonville Beach. Ladies' Aid Society of the ;

Community Church met at the II r,1'b r

Mr. and Mrs.. S. W. Houser and church Thursday afternoon for their .' ni' l
Mrs. E. A. Houser visited friends in regular monthly meeting to celebrate
West Palm Beach Saturday and Sunday -I[ the birthday anniversary of the so I (. \

ciety.A Be

I. covered dish luncheon with II I

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer of plenty of delicious food was served ) .ProsecutedThe II I j. .

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. spent this week at one o'clock. Following this the j I ''
with their son, J. B. Doterer and business meeting was held and routine -. I.I

Mrs. Dotterer.Mr. and special business transacted. I .'i' .
Plans were made and committees appointed ..

and Mrs. M. T. Ironmongerand for a card party to be held .
0 ;
son, Clarke spent several days in the near future.LaBELLE. M' I
J in Miami and Fort Lauderdale last 2 .J

week.B. I NEWS / oti
I ', \

F, Brown left today for Jacksonville -
!1 Wade Cartee was a visitor in Clew- -, .\
for a visit. Mr. Brown and ClewistonCompany
daughter, Dorothy, who have been iston Wednesday night.

visiting there will return with him.
I Mr. and Mrs Roy Stapler spent ,

f e I Tuesday visiting in Moore Haven.i .
Tom Rumbley, manager of the ]
I Moore Haven Pharmacy for D. G. I s ao
i i and Mrs. Harold Jackson .
I Alston is working a few days in Alston's ( made a trip to Miami Saturday. ........................................................................................w y i J
store her. I 1

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Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg .
left Saturday for their vacation with '. CHECK THESE '

relatives in New York City and Bos-
ton, Mass. Mrs. Scharnberg will '
main for an extended Ti 1t. re-'I It is my desire to sincerely express my gratitude .

I all the of I VALUES! ( p t; &ztSENSATIONAL
Miss Mattie Sams left Saturday to voters Hendry county "

for Cocoa for a visit before return-
Ing to her home in Charleston, S. C., for the splendid support accorded me in '.'

Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich accompanied ;iaI4N J

her to West-Palm- Beach. the primary of June 2nd. ; : "

C. L. Downs returned Monday As humble I will do all in 4dt( "
from Conyers, Ga., where he attend your servant my'

ed the funeral services of his mother. ,
He also visited in Hendersonville power to fill the office of County Superintendent 4 l+ '

N. Carolina while away.

in an efficient, business-like and : o I s o ,
Mr. and Mrs R. B. Bunyard and :, -. (1"
?\. \\ daughter, Jackie, of West Palm courteous manner. \ '.
_J Beach were the guests of Mr. and \ nJ

Mrs Foy Durrence Saturday and r a
.' I Your combined and will 2
:, Sunday.Mr. I loyalty support I 0 0 0

and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and j be deeply appreciated. II

daughter Mary Louise, left Sunday' I '

for a vacation at Safety Harbor and .
in North Carolina. Mrs. Thomas and : S. A. Graves
Clewiston Motor Co.
Mary Louise expect to stop in Lake- !I ,
land on their return where Mrs.

Thomas will attend summer schoolat '. .
Clewiston Florida S '
Southern College. l ,

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Foreign Words

and Phrases *

Ab Initio. (L.) From the begin '.
y .
STORM MUSMCDoraf nlng. .

Ars est celare artem. (L.) Art con
sists in concealing art.

De mortuls nil nisi bonum. (L.) 01

By ordlnton. Yates I the dead (say) nothing but good.

Esto perpetua. (L.) May It (or

may est thou) last forever.

CoPTrlght bT1a Baleh A Co. WNU 8 rrle Impcrlum in ImperIo (L.) Empire

within empire ; realm within realm.

Les absents ont toujours tort. (F.)

r The absent are always In the wrong.

CHAPTER XIContinued20 Six more days and my precious secret I had never seen her like this and at to stop him. 1 don't know, of course. Pater famlllas. (L.) The head of

was still safe. first I could not discover what it was When It fell, I Just flew for the door. a family. ,

down- her bed This was hardly surprising. Only that I found unfamiliar in the beauty And In any event he waited to set me' Qui vlve? (F.) Literally, who
"She on
was lying her two beings Knew: that I had approachedthe I knew so well : and then I saw : the free." lives? who goes there? '
when clapped over
a gag was but alone. castle that terrible night: and of eagerness was out of her face. "A twinge of conscience," said L Sauve qul peut. (F.) Let him says..
month. Pharaoh, of course: '
She put up a fight, but he very soon these the one was a dog and the When I brought the car to rest, Helena shrugged her shoulders. himself who; can.
and other was dead. I had not used Bar- Helena was out In the road before 1 "He needn't have Vulgo. (L.) Commonly.
had his way. He bound her wrists done it, she said.
ankles and took her master key. Then ley's pistol: I. had cleaned my cous could open the door. Then we entered And then again. "Poor Bugle. I'll al- :

he carried her down hr private stair- in's knife: my filthy garments lay hid the forest together, as! we seemed to ways remember him kIndly I think he Students Stole a Howitzer;

ante in the Plumage woods. Nobody knew have done so often in other days.In was the best of the
case and into a secret room-the lot""I .Moved Five Tons by NightOne
that In notecase was Helena's mas- silence we came to the glade ''
clamber In fact, to the cellar where my think you're right," said I. "1' of the cleverest thefts on rec-
ter key.But where Geoffrey had been painting whenI
lies the gold. had a weakness for Bugle, to tell you ord was that of the howitzer stolen
another secret. was safe. first set on the thieves, and In
eyes .
"I'm afraid there's no doubt that she the truth. Of course Rush showed him from Jesus college, Cambridge. It
Pharaoh putIt On the Sunday night Pharaoht..'Dew- silence we passed to the coverts which off."
suffered that
: but except
was a German
drop and Rush had been laid In a com- might have been planted on purpose to captured howitzer,
across her, she simply leaves that "I know, I know. But he had a spark and weighed five tons. One night It
mon grave, not far from the mouthof keep the dell. And then at last we came
bit out But he must have been pretty o': ,feeling. More than a spark, I think. vanished and next day it foundin
from the moat was
the tunnel that ran out-not quite as I had Intended, above
ruthless, for In the end she opened the Very few men, placed as he was, would Clare college The of
the cellar Though nobody knew It but I, Bugle the bluff! but lower down, between the gates each
secret panel concealing have troubled to let me out locked
had yet to appear. For some unaccountable bluff and the water, at the-1 edge ofa college are at night and they
Steps "What will you do," I said "about are quite a distance apart.
still withheld
the moat lawn.
reason sloping
"Well,; Pharaoh and Dewdrop went Its dead. Helena caught her. breath. the loss of your master; key?" The students had to get keys madeto

down, to'vIew the gold but Rush and "Change the locks, I suppose. It'sa fit the locks of the gates of the .
"Oh John how lovely she said.
remained in the chamber on My cousin was painting Plumage. .
Bugle hideous waste of money: but if Bugle's two colleges and to collect a force of .
have said that her Twice a day he visited Yorick: but I Though I knew the spot was hand-
I to
guard. ought had been freed. was not Invited and would not go up some, when I had seen It before I had tempted, you know, there are men strong enough to pull the enor-
hands and her feet
for they unasked. Neither would I go to Plum- been too much distracted to considerthe plenty of crooks who'd pay a long mous weight. How they ever got
Still, she hadn't much chance for that .
age-although I longed to see her- features that went to make It so price key. the gun through the streets without
kept a torch on her face. Pharaoh because I was sure that Helena sat rare. I dared not pursue the matter: to being seen or'stopped by police remains -
"I shall understand why -
never wash-outs as with my cousin and watched him at "It's finer than I thought," I said dc so would be to sail too close to a mystery. Yet they did it.-
employed two such the wind. I decided
that Bugle must London Answers.
work. "I It' from here.
those quietly. never saw
Bugle and Rush. The first thing
between them. I had made up my mind.to leave An- For a moment we stood together, show another spark of feeling by returning -
two bright lads did was,
time they'dfound I nabel and to go and stay at Innsbruck looking down on young Florin's grave."I her master key. I would postit
to drop the torch. By the I
it again their prisoner was gone. which was a city [ knew. My cousin must bring old Florin," said Hel- to her.There FAMOUS TONIC CREAM

was to follow with Barley in fourdays' ena. "I think it would help him a lit. was another silence.'
Is secret
The door to the secret room a '
time. tle." With her eyes on young Florin's
door. It cannot be opened from '
within. It was, therefore, standing And so I was sitting at Annabel, Helena sat herself down with her grave, Helena spoke again.

open. In a flash my lady was out and cursing life and regarding my halfA back to the rippling brook. "That wasn't the only reason why I DEAEYE'scuk

[. had shut the door. "I'd like to stay friends," she said. wanted to see you before you went I

: "Well, though she was safe, she "I know you're going away, and 1 want your help in a matter. .

k .' wasn't clear of the wood. She way think you're rIght. But I'd like to think "Your cousin is painting my picture ;;i

!i' locked In a staircase-turret, and Rush -. : .'- .' that though our-our moments are -he's nearly done. It is the most lovely :

k' had her master key. She called from : over, we still were friends." portrait. And as he won't hearof 3 minutes a day t

'. the embrasures, but, as the castle was i "If you please," said I, dully, and a fee I want to make him a present removes freckles, 'fN'"

empty, there weren'f any ears to hear. sat down a little"apart "I've so muchto blackheads, tool )! ''., )'': r-

t'':, Then, after a while she found Sabre thank you for. "Well, I've got a cup at Yonck, an Famous NADINOLA Cream actually

standing beside.her, licking her hand." "I don't know that you have. But old, gold ,cup, with a curious history. smooths away the dull, dead cuticle that

rt.. I felt that such statement demanded that's neither here nor_ there. We've Years ago, in the sixteenth century, hides your natural beauty. All you do is
this: ((1)) At bedtime spread thin film
some sort of expression. of disbe- peered at big things together-you and the Yorick of that day was painted. A a
of Nadinola Cream over face-no
I": I. We've eaten of strange, sweet fruits young painter came from Vienna, a massaging, no rubbing. your(2)) Leave on

> lief."But you said-" [r. -like two children, hand in hand. And mr.n called Latz. Had he lived, he while you sleep. ((3)) Watch daily im-
we're back where werewherewe provement-usually in 5 to 10 days
"You shut your face," said Geoffrey. now we would have been famous, for the pic- will see a marvelous transformation.you

:'. "Truth Is stranger than fiction-every were when you came to Plumageand ture Is terribly good. Your cousin Freckles, blackheads disappear; dull,

''<. :. time. The door to the turret was open I told you about the gold. We picked It out In an Instant as being coarsened skin becomes creamy-white,

.:!. and so were the doors to her room. But can go farther back : perhaps we have. the best of the lot. Well, when the satin-smooth, lovely! Fine results.J ositivelyguaranteed' j\
But I'd, like to stop there, If you 'can.I with NADINOLAtested -
her room had beenSed.. The thieves painter bad finished, the count was so and trusted for nearly two
had escaped by the ,chimney, entered mean, one can always be friends. pleased with his work that ne called tions. At all toilet counters only 50c. Or

her room by the fireplace cleaned ,r V "I can stop there," I said thickly. for wine and drank the young man's write NADINOLA, Box 44.Paris,Tenn.

themselves up In her bathroom and dis That's right," said" Helena gently."I health, and when he had drained the

I- appeared." thought you could. cup he called for gold. I su'PPClse" his
For a moment she looked at the "Free as a Bird"A
brought It. Then he filled
"The obvious thing to do was to treasurer
palms of her little hands, as thoughto fish bird is "free but
the with gold pieces and or a ,
J search the castle forthwith. I ought to cup gave
have said that long before I got back. consult those pretty pages before" tte painter the lot. I hope It was ade- menaced constantly by death.

= the switchboard had teen repaired and proceeding wIth a discourse that was quate payment. In those days It prob-
heart feel cold.
the, lights had come on, and while my ably was. The next morning the painter -

+. lady was talking, the staff which had Then- left Yorick to make his way home. STOPS HEADACt
"When I friends I It I'll
say i
%& been scattered was trickling back. On' his lonely'ride to Salzburg the poor
always have a feeling that I can depend -
Florin and I Induced some sort of order man was robbed and murderedhIsbody
upon you. I shan't attempt to, you i AMAZINGLY QUICKThe
before beginning the search. ". was found by the road. Now the
know. But I shall be glad of the feel- I
: thieves didn't break up the cup, but
"We with bedroom.
began my lady's Gag Was Clapped Over Her ing. You know. When things go wrong, I time
One look at the hearth was enough. six: months later they tried to sell It next you have a head-
Mouth. makes world of difference If
a you ache or neuralgic pain, try the im-
at Innsbruck where Yorick then hada
; There soot all the But
was over place. can say to yourself 'If So-and-so were proved, modern, method of relief-
nothing and nobody else. We left the packed trunks with at listless stare, here, they would understand.' hotel. But, as It happened, they took two teaspoonfuls of Capudine in a.

;s : watchmen there and my lady and when the host of the Inn ca"me bustling "You can count on me," I said.. "You it to the very goldsmith that Yorick little water. Being liquid, the ingre-
Florin and I went down to the secret with a note In his hand. himself employed. The-moment he saw dients are already dissolved all
let me come to know you as-as I'll '
ready to act. This is why Capudineacts
the arms: he knew the had
p It knew Dear John. "
room. was empty now, we never know anyone else. almost instantly.
"Your cousin tells that are been stolen and to cut a long story
me you ,
for Pharaoh and company were gone: "Will It help you, John?" Capudine relieves pain by soothingthe
leaving tonight. Before you go, will short, the thieves were taken and is gentle
It delightfully
but the door to the cellar nerves.
was open where "I don't know I'll write and tell you. : \
you be so good as to show me
hanged and the cup came back to the It contains no opiates. At all drug
and my lady wanted It shut"He young Florin lies? I would not ask "That's right. And I'll always an stores; 60c, 30c, lOc sizes (Adv.
castle because the painter was
took a deep breath. i you this favour, but I was fond of swer. You see, my dear, we must never poor

'Til tell you what we found. We young Florin, and you are the only meet again. We've looked at glory to- dead.
being who knows the site of his grave.I .
found Pharaoh Dewdrop and Rush- wasn't
cannot believe you will refuse me, gether-and turned away. It our
; all three of them dead." and so, If It will suit you, I will call fault, you know. We rather rushedour

"Go on," said I, incredulously: Tor you today at a quarter to three. fences. But down in that valleyof Twenty-Five Minerals In r
r5 "Fact said cousin "I'm Please will you tell the bearer 'yes'
my shadow we gave each other judg-
or 'no. Milk Supplied by Bossy'
glad you weren't there to see It. It wasa HELENA., ment and the judgments were .
dreadful sight Bugle had done the I went down to the door of The Reap- good." Although milk Is generally recognizedas

three in and then cleared out I fancythere'd ing Hook, to speak to the groom. I could not speak. I sat as though one of the most valuable of all

been some scrap. Pharaoh'sback "Tell her ladyship 'yes,' I said. turned to stone. My heart In my breast foods, it ,Is little known that it is a the Grateful thousands, unsolicited tell of letters wonderful by
s natural and prolific source of minerals,
was broken he had no wound. was ice The blow which had fallen relief by regular use of

: "And here's my Interpretation of this 'As the coupe stole into the forecourt already, had fallen again. I had noth- at least 25 different kinds, in fact. Cuticura Ointment and Soap.

astounding find. I descended the steps of the ing to lose, and had lost it. "From him The various minerals found In cow's Soothes burning and itching of eczema
and helps heal pimples, rashes ringWorm -
i "In Pharaoh's absence Bugle and 'Inn. that hath not shall be taken away even milk are,.as Dr. James A. Tobey pointsout and other skin conditions due

'' Rush' between them let Lady Helena Helena smiled and nodded and I took that which he hath.." in the. Scientific American, In gen- to external causes.. Ointment25c.Get Cuticura Soap25c.atyonrdruggist's.

;r*: go. Warrantably fearful of the conse- off my hat. "I-I don't know that mine was," I eral, the same as those which occurIn OINTMENTAND

quences of what they had 'done Rush "Will you drive, please" said desperately. the human body. Human bodies are IUTIIURA: : SOAP

'. and Bugle quarrelled, and Bugle killed With a pounding heart, I took my "I'm afraid it was," said Helena. "I comprised of some Co per cent oxygen,

Rush. Afraid to face Pharaoh-such a seat by her side, perceived the glowof put my love above honor-and you 18 per cent carbon, 10 per cent hydrogen

:' dereliction of duty meant almost certaIn her presence, discovered her faint mustn't do that. And In any event mine 3 per cent nitrogen, 1.5 per cent WNU-7 3-3G

death-Bugle decided to kill him perfume. was. You took my love and you put it calcium and 1 per cent phosphorus.

;' and Dewdrop, too. And so he did. The spot to which we were going back In Its, place. I don't say you The remaining 1.5 per cent is made up

:. Then he escaped by the chimney, with lay 12 miles off, and, after leaving the weren't right to do it, because you of many different minerals, the func-

_, : Lady Helena's master key. This let car, we must walk half.a mile throughthe were. But there are some flowers, my tions of some of which are as yet un

him out of the castle by the way by forest to come to the dell. Be sure, dear, that you can't transplant. I known. The dietary duties of a number -

; which he came in. Why he waited to I drove slowly enough. .. But though mean-If you move them, they die." of the minerals"In milk are also

4. let her out, I cannot conceive. Possibly half an hour went by before we left Blow upon blow. Couldn't she see enigmatic, but they are probably In this Be Sure They Properly

fi some twinge of conscienceyounever the coupe, in all that time we never that the thing she was striking was food for a definite purpose. Cleanse the Blood

know. That's one of the points exchanged one word. dead? Everything and everyone was "The modern science of nutrition
arc constantly f filter-
which we shall' never clear up." Again and again I sought to make dead. Young Florin and Pharaoh and says Doctor Tobey, "shows that milkis YOUR matter from the blood

"Then everything's over," saId I some remark, but 1 feared that my Dewdrop and Bugle and, Rush, and the best dietary source of the Im- stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in

r1, "The terror Is laid." voice would tremble and so betray an now her love. And I had killed them portant lime salts, or calcium phos- their work-do not act as nature in.

"The terror is laid," said Geoffrey. emotion I did not wish her to see. To -not Bugle, of course, nor young Florin phates, and they may be aware that It tended-Fail to remove impurities that

remains, of course. But I very sit thus by her side, as I had sat so But everything else. supplies several other desirable min- poison the system when retained

much doubt If we shall see Bugle often, was stirring the depths of my "That's all right," I heard myself erals, but even these cognoscenti may Then, dizziness you may, scanty suffer or nagging too frequenturination backache -

again." with "I'm it's dead." be surprised to learn that milk also
being, as though a sword. Though saying. glad ,getting up at night, puffiness
', Thoughtfully 1 regarded my napkin. "I kept my gaze fast on the road, with There was a long, long silence. By contains lithium, strontium, vanadium, under the eyes feel nervous, misera

r'. Was It five or six days before a the tail of my eye I could see her peer- the time It was over I had myself In rlbldlum, titanium and germaniumallrare ble-all upset.Don't .

corpse rose to the surface of the water 'less features and the gentle, steadfast hand. elements. delay? Use Doan's Pills,

In which it lay look on her lovely face. She was neither At length "Although milk solids comprise only Doan's are eipecially for poorly func

"Then everything's over," repeated. grave nor smiling, but something betwixt "Poor Bugle," said Helena slowly. one-eighth of the volume of cow's milk tioning by kidneys.grateful They users are the countryover. recommended -

f: "Except the Interment," said Geoffrey the two: her air was the air of "He did me a very good turn." and the minerals constitute only a little Get them from any druggist.

t', : "which Is fixed for tomorrow one whose day Is over who has of choice "By dropping the torch?" said I less than 1 per cent of Its total

.:: evenIng, as soon as It's decently dark.. withdrawn from the lists( of life and "I suppose he dropped It," she said. bulk, the average milk supply custo-

f: As you seem to have had a night off, I is now content to sit and watch the "But Rush was bullying me, and some| marily possesses nearly one-third of all

<;: ttlnk 700 might help with that" tourney In which she will ride no more. times I think that Bugle was going the known chemical element"

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I take my meaJs] in I: TO BE honest-, to be kind,' to ,. :,J
restaurants. a little, and to spend a ,_';:
little less, to make, upon the
fly pvrse. has shrunkso whole, a family happier for his '.,

small presence, to renounce when that ,;'0:
shall be necessary and not to be '
I barely have enough embittered, to keep a few friends .'
For tipj FTNNEY OF THE FORCE **** <>'** #&* Safety First but these without capitulation; ':1.;

above all, on the same condition, '?
I just cant AMOTMER TRAFFIC -AND NOW SUPPOSE YOU WERE to keep friends with himself; ,:;

/(1, eat at &.II. SAFETY LESSON UR'IN6AND\ STARTED To CROSS here is a task for all a man has ,'

j'" f\ A",! WE AN iMTERSECTiOMAJHEN. A BlCy of fortitude and delicacy.-Robert' ,
MI6HT AS '1'"RUGt<., COMING/ FROM '(OLIR V Louis Stevenson. ,
,' I IN SCHOOL c oSS'ANDe Let us believe neither half of "',
AL the good people tell us of our,1,
ORDER BLEW HIS selves, nor half the evil they say ., '

'- HORN- of others.-J. Tetlt-Senn., '
v. u ServIce. ','

i 'z .
Outward-Spinning Whirlpool
o Puzzling,Marine Phenomenon ::
p lQ .
A -
plJzzUngmn.rli'le phenomenon, re-

Benjamin Franklin If your cently discovered in the Atlantic

alarm-clock rasps Ifs gloomy reveille ocean about 150 miles off the coast

before dawn this summer; For he It .a- I of :Massachusetts, Is an outwardInstead I
1 1 i of an Inward-spinning whirlpool -
was who originated the daylight savIng T
i .
time idea, which robs the citizens
of many states of their last hour This reversed eddy, which Is
..,I of beauty sleep. pLeASE, SOR-'iEZ I 1WELL,5oR-.IF Ol strong enough to throw a ship oft Its

MEAN WAN 0'HIM f WllZ Pr ONlAV I =-- course, is believed to be the only one
On March 20, 17S4, Franklin wak-
VJELL- SESBUS" of its kind in the world.-Collier's
ened at G a. m. In Paris, blinked at -( LONCrpISTANCE I TH'tRUCK /
.. the bright sun, decided It was silly TRUCKS WA T E D -sf CouLD NAME >T
for people to sleep "until noon, burn '
candles at night. WIT A CoUPuES RICNT of Black-Draught Good Laxative

So he wrote a letter to a Paris 0' Black-Draught has been kept on '
wAy ?
newspaper, humorously chiding,ParIsians hand for all the family in the homeof
for their sloth, and outlining Mr. W. A. Lemons, of Independence -
,:.' a daylight saving plan. 7 tl 2 Q Va., since twenty years'ago..
:> / "Every morning," he wrote, "as Mr. Lemons writes that he takes it

soon !is the,sunrises. let all th? bells as a laxative in cases of "headache,
: In every church be set ringing. dull, tired feeling, biliousness."
"And I take it if I feel uncomfortable -
"If that Is not sufficient, let cannon CAB "
after a heavy meal, he adds. "I
{T be fired In every street to wake the especially use it for sick headache.It .
sluggards effectually.--Literary DIi "
1} certainly is good.
i, gest. When a man says "Black-Draught li e
l!, good" it is probably because he remembers
the prompt refreshing: relief it brought in
\ constipation troubles. It is a simple, herb

Est" II.-- t r: .."" .. "" .....'...,...,.... ............................-- L-J laxative; natural in composition and action.

THE FEATHERHEADS By 0>b" A Brush With a Painter -

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11:-,' KILL INSECTS ON 'THE -j SLEEVE _- LI csHT AS THE \ iT- BUT i &ood G eneral Tonic

r: \ ort ON FLOWERS FRUITS FRoNT: PoOR 2 COLOR wE 11 wASK.rr -T USED *rbft: ; 'YlfiRs;

&,tip''P I VEGETABLES & SHRUBS ----T waNTED-7ou:: :: SU ..

II Demand original sealed [f\ =-- 'DoN' LIt ;,' bottles, from your dealer .. &\\ :S' ,

'.) With this Veg.
Wisdom and Age
i'etable Laxative
.i. When you make a friend over fifty
': : ReHc ; that acts like
t experienced, I ;'''j; Nature intendedto

:":'". little things L/s\ cleanse the
) S : System of poisons

{itj IUC 254a W ;; Constipation.caused ,by

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::: ::; : : ,AND YOU So OUT STAtNl 1 2 AND
ALL OVER Polsonlvy Torment
U.< III- IiI 30c 40e 65 Bottt AIJD STOP 'HATPAIt.1TER
+ : ,, CLEANS $ HIMr_ AY POOR Sunburn soothed

"r";..' '.,-:" GLOVES TIES, M U I !) / A Itching aided
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;1:: .: .,
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relieves and cures sore and Inflamed Eye eyes In Lotion 21 to t8 \ ? \
hours.Ask yonrdrnggistordealerlorSALTEit'S.Only Helps the weak eyed, cures without paIn. ) \ Ufflt1Ifl f

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"Morning Sickness" .

I "Morning sickness"-is caused by an
acid condition. To avoid it, acid must be
IN INi k5 r. j:; offset by alkalis-such as magnesia.

L/;;.., TUBES g BOXES O Western Nwpap talon Why Physicians Recommend

:::" \ ,. : :I'" "' ,. 1.uU Milnesia Wafers
.'.:. ', ; .......
'II.tI' III:11-: A MISTAKE English buildings with those In Amer. ON THE WAY These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
I ica. I Wore milk of magnesia in solid form-
tbe most pleasant to take it. Eachwafer'is :'-
: way
When they the Rivet
came to
' -
: u approximately equal to a full adult ,'!.
'. Thames, he said, "Driver, what's that
.dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
trickle down there?" I thoroughly then swallowed, they correct ::

STOPS ITCHIHG OR MONEY BACK D .. 4.O Taxi DrIver-Good gracious! M> acidity in the mouth and throughout the s-;;
."':. Get Tetterino and get 1llstmt' radiator must have burst. digestive system and insure quick, complete ':
elimination of the waste matters that
any skin itching.
60c at all drug stores
'; or sent postpaid on receipt of price. cause gas,headaches,bloated feelings and ...,' :
SHOPTRINE CO.Dept 3.Savannah.Ca. That Floored Him a dozen other discomforts. '
The boy boarded the street car with Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of20 and
his arms extended straight out In 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in
front of him. convenient tins for your handbag contain- ,
; -. Lady-Would you like a chance to "Fare, please," said the conductor. "Did you ever come. Into close relationship ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximately '
adult dose of milk of All
DID YOU make a dollar? "It's in my right pants pocket," an- with poverty?" one sell recommend magnesia.them. ;
swered the boy. "Well, I've gotten as far as m, good drug stores
Tramp-Not me, mum! Me brudder
EVER SEE "Is there uncle's several times." Start using these delicious, effective
,; took er chance like dat once an' got anything wrong with your I
arms?" asked the conductor."Oh anti-acid.srently laxative wafers today ; 'ti:
three years for counterfittln'. '
no," was the reply, "but the His the Lighter Task Professional samples sent free to registered ,:.iil'.
O RUNNING ? Just Like a Native distance between my hands Is the A kind old gentleman, seeing,a small physicians or dentists if request is made ,
Jake-I understand Frank (Is learn- width of the rug my mother wants boy who was carrying a lot of news- on professional letterhead.Select Product, : .
Inc. 4402 23rd St., Long Island City N. Y. 1 13Sc
for the floor!1"Got ;
ing French. Can he speak It? papers, said: I t
If your child has Wormsor ; 1-,
& 60cbottles
"Don't all these make
Shorty-He can speak It like a na papers you '
Tapeworm, one single dose i i20e I' :
of'DEAD SHOT' tive. the Idea tired' me boy? \ f ,
will drive Dr.them Peery'sVermifuge Jake-Well, that's fine Rustle Teacher-What was that you "1aI don't read 'em," replied the __ :,t o t t
r- out. Shorty-Walt a minute! He speaksit said? "I ain't gwlne thar." That's no lad.-Windsor Magazine.Not tins t
Pr.PeeryVDEAD SHOTVermlfuge like a native of Tlmbuctoo. way to talk. Listen: "I' am not go-

Ing there. You are not going there. Really \
1s, yGRMSIa Paying Back in KindA .
N.N a They are not going there. Get the Teacher (to new student-Are you
Y visitor to London had twitted a Idea?" :. the oldest In your family? MI1l d Me ,

rX Cockney taxi -driver with boastful re Student-Yep, I gets It. They ain't Pupil-No, both my mother and fa TNORICT PN7Ilp \
Wi1chr.cl.rH bottle nt druggists or marks and disparaging comparisons of nobody gwlne. other are older than L ,1
CX>, 100 Gold St., N.Y. Oty. i 1
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'-1 FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1936
EIGHT '-, _.
-- -
-- -
OVER-SEA HIGHWAY APPROVED' mate and at a cost of $4,300,000.

Ee y West's mayor, Harry C. Galey,
Dr. Ezelle- ---f Tallahassee, June 4 (FNS) .-Confirmation -\pram: ised "a new era" for Key West
of an earlier telegraph with! the completion of the highwayas .
(Continued rrom page 1) I message was received by Governor V Is only chance to replace industrial .
lection whatever. Above tbe marketin Sholtz and Congressman Mark Wil- abandonment with establish-
apartments all races live. They jOO cox early this week that President Usb ment of a "world-famed tourist
visited a rare antique shop and several .': Roosevelt had approved in principlethe rest .rt."
department stores before goingon ., PWA project to rebuild a 115-
to the Capitol building which he mile "over-sea highway" across the
said was rated as the third mos'tbeautiful keys connecting Key West with the 1 IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
in the world only exceededby ,
buildings in Rome and -

kinds London.the of capitol He native described stone the used varlr in the oo ono How H.endry County Voted

building of this structure, its cost --
construction, its library -- --
and method with 18,000 volumes, the various GOVERNOR Precinct :NOS 1., 'I 2 I 34\ I G I Total..

rooms and statuary and hund- 1 \ \ 73I 311 11176\
details n33I
reds of other interesting I 1 \ 21 1\\ 25

': which could only have been remem- PINEAPPLE JUICE Carter .......-.-..-........-.....-..........-.-...-..... ?'831\ \ 471 271 33166\
bered by one whose interest was Chappell .......--.........-..........._... .....:...- ]11,71( 2931\ \ 271( 21.( 216
great in what he saw. Cone ......._.....,....:.............._...'_......... '861 2638\ \ 171.( 10177\
That night Dr. Ezelle said, they with the Demand Gautier. ..-_.-...-:..:--.-..--_......-_.._-.--..... \ 25\\ I 1\\ I 26
attended a dinner dance at a nightclub Keeps Pace Hodges .... ............--....-._----..._-._....---.- 31\\ I 3918\ \ 21109\
I' in company with Lewis Riviero'l Lewis ....... 2............................_.._........ \ \ \ I I 1
, a former Clewiston resident is an old saying that are only a few of many ways that Maples .-...-.....--......-.-.....-..-....-...-.-..--. \ I 1\\ I i 1
i: couple of Cuban friends which they- THERE things come in small are daily being delicious devised to enjoy in Martin ...----..-.-.----.-..-------..-..-----..::...:.... I 1\\ 11 \ I 2
r; had enjoyed greatly. The next another morning packages, or something to that ef this healthful Paty .-....--.--.......-.---.--........-....-.....--.--.- 271 6\I 5\\ 21 2\\ 42
r, they were out early for fect. If we were to let ourselves cans. Petteway .......................................-.... 341 3947\ \ 121( 421 174
I. stroll about the streets and nearly by hirin ev- believe indeed.this, We it would would be all depressing have to four Holiday bananas Fruit thoroughly Creamade, add: Mash one- I' TomasGllo ................__.....................:..... 11\\ 1,2\ \ I 7\\ 21

. a guide were of interest able to in see the city manyof go Pollyanna and keep reminding half cup confectioner's sugar, one Yearwood .........;..............:.__.-........_... 2\\ 1 .I\ \ \ 2
erything detail. ourselves that there's an almost cup cream and the contents of two I
which were described unlimited supply of the very best No. 2 cans of pineapple juice. ATTORNEY
, It was' a most enjoyable"talk and things-golden sunshine on a Shake thoroughly with crushed, Bentley ..................__.............:--...-: 124\\ 631 781 19\\ 25309\
there are many of the Kiwanis mem- I January morning, silver rain on ice in a cocktail shaker or glass Landis ......................................--: 13 880\ \ 12856\ \ 58520\ --
bers who no doubt, will be strongly: a July afternoon, books, music, jar. Unless a very large shaker is -
to take a vacation trip to friends and food. used, half the quantity should be C01i1'TROLLEIt
: tempted island at the first In Hawaii, where sunshine is shaken at a time. Serve immediately I Anderson ............... ......................._- 551 3061\ \ 111 101( 167
[: the neighboring dished out with so lavish a hand in tall glasses. This serves I I Bullock .................-............-.-......--.._- 141\ .2t 9\\ 6\\ 1\\ 32:
. opportunity. that people go out full to of rain curiosity, pine eight persons. Lee -................-.....-........-..........-..-..--- 2331{ 12114\ 21( 65\\ 811 642
when it ripen happens on fields so vast that Marshmallow Fruit Loaf: Soften Pace' .-.......-..-.._......-.......-.....-......-.-.--. 101( 101 28\\ 21 1464\
.. Packing Houses apples the, supply appears unlimited, in- one tablespoon gelatin in one- Swearingen .-.-.----------------------------------L. 201 712\ \ 4\\ 21 45
of the fact that the fourth cup of canned pineapple -
, i deed. In spite -
demand for pineapples and for juice, then dissolve in one cup STATE TREASURER

(Continued From Page One) pineapple juice has increased more of canned pineapple juice I Getzen ...............................................--- 114\\ 541031'\ ( 231 251 319
t that shippers in that area reached steadily, since this food-for-kings which has been brought, to and boiling.stir : Knott .................................................- 159101\ \ 11252\ \ 55479\
their five thousand car mark some- became food-for-the-people increasingwith the Add until one-third, dissolved.cup Cool sugar, add the Lancaster ........:......__..........................- 491. 1138\ \ 17\\ 24139\
for the year. This includes supply goes right on of canned "
time ago Pineapple syrup from one cup INSTRUCTION
tomatoes, cabbage and other the demand. fruits for salad. When the mixture SUPT. PUBLIO _
I'' beans vegetables. Approximately planters and (pineapple there canners begins to stiffen, add one I II I Buchholz .._..-.--....................--....-......_, 181! ,41( 121 3\\ 31; I 40
-don' can
::. of tomatoes were shipped evidently much believe of it. beaten egg white and one-half cup .Cates ..__.............................-.-....-....-...- 24\\ 61 15\\ 31( 7\\ 55
f two cars Clewiston by truck and another ever be too of cream which has been whipped. Cawthon ..........__-..-..-.--......--......-....... 5121\ \ 311( 13\\ 26142\
r from To Your, Health! Add the fruits for salad which English .....................:.......................-- 1781161431\ \ ( 62\\ 47546\
...,. The car by average express.gross receipt for the I And where there's pineapple have eight'been diced cut marshmallows in suitable and pieces one, Jones ................................................... 431( 1433\ \ 9\\ 15114\

: season for a car of tomatoes has there's bound to be pineapple sliced banana. Pour into a loaf CO DIH. AGHICULTUREI

, : been estimated at about $600 and julc So, it is in anything but pan which has been wet with slice.cold Bishop .... ....................- 111\\ 571 801 271 36\IT(
'" the same estimates are that the tomato .."small packages" that this good water.Garnish Chill with, turn whipped out and cream if I Mayo ..-........................_....................u 2121( 100\ 15463\ \ 72601\
: deal has brought close to $160.- drink comes to us. Use it* there *
: trade area In abundance. The following desired. Serves eight persons. GENERAL: ,
000 into the Clewiston fore I ADJUTANT _
r c to'' shippers, .pickers' and yativcia.Businessmen I Collins ..............................................._ 1.3U\|\ 82|I 110| 'iVI' ''| 441| 415 *
r report that business I '--- I McNaniaraREPRESENTATIVE...__.......................... :........:. ,111\.25\\ | 50| llj\ 20| 217 .
r. has been better here during the past met G. Sheppard, 23 year old associ-
". sixty days Stewart than packing for many house years.em- ate Courier editor, told of a the representative Marianna Times-the Getting a Job and Abott ..................................................- 21 211( 3411\ \ 761( 144

'The about thirty-five men and Florida News Service to-day that he I Bowden ............................................._ 421( 59\\ 10727\ \ 32267\
" ployed and had a weekly payroll: oft would be a candidate for Governorof Getting AheadBy Miner ........-.................-.-....._.........-...-.-.. 1931! 621( 991' 191( 41 377
f.' women between seven hundred and a thou- Florida in 1940 and that during Stewart ...........................-..-..-.....--...._. 1411( 431( 521 53\\ 151( 30.1 .

;; sand dollars. The Crouch payroll at the next four years he intended to COUNTY_JUDGE '. I

" Lake Harbor _is estimated to have devote himself to the careful set-up and study be Floyd 'B. Foster, Maddox ............................................._' 1761( 75186\ \ 401 93570\
'/. been twice as much while the Car- <' of the present political voters of the state Vocational Counselor, Rider .........-...---..-.-.....--.....-....-.---.-..--. 1911201\ ( 123l'\ 6\\ 40550\
,' offer
- bone house here 'was smaller in proportion prepared
to the amount of stuff ship-I an intelligent and constructive plat- International Correspondence SHERIFF

ped making a weekly payroll to form four years hence. Schools DeLaney ......................................:......- 791 691 146\\ 261 491 369
packing house employees alone a- Youthful but sincere, young Shep- Hooker ......-................-...............-........ 1761 351 553'3\ \ 34333\
bout five thousand dollars per week. pard makes this announcement in I To The TopMANY Hooks _....-.......................... .. ............-- 451 151 391 251 3127\
Interest in the planting of toma- all seriousness. A paid advertise Thinking Your Thompson ...-.......................;.............- 92\\ 841 821 401 521 350
toes in this area and the unusual ment: in the current issue of the of the country's most
Times-Courier, carries his announce- CLEHK CIRCUIT COunT
that success there of most will be growers even a larger indicates acreage ment and Sheppard states that his leaving business their men offices have Hull .................:.................................. 1451( 1411.( 2191 771( 951( 677
planted in the fall and next first moke in beginning his cam- the early habit in the of day. Sometimes this is Vaughn ........;....................-....-.-......... 2201 53\\ 861 40\\ 341 1 ,43 3

r::, spring. Good crops have been raised paign in 1940 will be to-place adver- mistakenly looked upon as loafingon TAX ASSESSOR

J;'; in the Liberty Point section oft tisements in all Florida newaspapers formulatedfrom I the job, when the really truth begin of the to Andrews ............................................:. .' 44\\ 351' 801 361 231( 218
: Glades county and there is already stating his platform as the situ- I matter their is most that they effective work only Miller : .................................................. 671) 471 46\\ 261 271 213
t:', a glowing demand for rented land a fO.lr'year. study the do after they have left their offices. Reeves ........................................ ;...... 161 11\\ 481 14\\ 531 142
; in that area for the next season. ation. He will be a candidate on I The work that makes them out- Small ..;............-..-...............-.............-- 2611 107\\ 13851\ \ 32589\
;, Democratic ticket. standing in their field is done -
: Light I when they go into conference with 'rAX COLLECTOR
Vcting FIELD & STREAM MAGAZINE : themselves, review' their day's Bailey ...............................................- 1451( 611 l051"321 65408\
OFFERS NINE BASS PRIZES work, and plan for the next day. Dougherty......................................... 2141321\ ( 19885\ \ 60689\
k (Continued From Page One) i Trace back any successful actionto -.
Walter Gall and George Raney were its'early stages and you will SUPT. PUIjLIC] IS'STHUCTIO! -- --
b". the choice. Orlando, > June 4 (CFNSEditors find that practically always it fol- I Graves .......................................-........ 2101 1331( 200 I 881 761 707Maddox
: E. E. Kelly was unopposed for of Field & Stream, sporting' lowed the formulation of a well I .............................................. 110371\ ( 49\\ 231 361 255
f: State Democratic Executive Committeeman magazine, who are conducting their considered plan. A man notable for I McCormick 281 581( 71( 19166\
used to
26th annual national fishing contest his success as a salesman -
I and Mrs. Annie Darcy unopposed this summer "are in hopes that t say that, his sales were really CO. COMMISSIONER DISTRICTHendry

i'\ for State Committeewoman.for Florida will enter a black bass made before he even called on the .............................................. I 50f I' I ('50
I.. W. C. Evans was nominated without weighing twenty pounds or more," prospect. He had made such a needs com- O'Dannon ............................................ I 1021( I I I 102 __

. Congressional opposition Committeeman and Ruby O'Bannon Seth Briggs, fishing editor, declares I plete and had study worked of the out prospect's such a sound Yoemans ..-........-..........-..--..-.......--..-.. I 461 I I I 46
: !in announcing to Florida sportsmenthat that the sale was :{.
; defeated Camille A._ Baker for Congressional plan of approach CO. DtlSSIONEH DISTRICT "

l. Committeewoman by a 1 nine valuable Florida prizes black are being bass, almost a foregone of the conclusion.business I I Durnett ...............................................- I I 5'51 I I 55II
: vote of 315 to 224. Mark Luckey was offered for and large entered in Field & choose Regardless should realize that your you Doty _n................................................. 1 I. I I. 861( I I' I 86
f defeated by Norman Warriner for caught Stream's angling contest before the success you will depend very largely 'I II Lu c key ................................................ I I 761 I I 103 76
County Democratic for Commissioner's Executive Committeeman District -- I end of the year. Fish must be entered upon your ability to "outthink"I I Poole ..S.......__ \ I 1031( I I
f month from the time the men who are competing DISTRICT 4.
2 by a vote of if3 to 65. Ben within one for recognition and advance- CO. COMMISSIONER
i F. Hall was unopposed in DistrictNo. caught, he said. you ment. A good man does not work Haskew ..............................-............... I I I 131 I 13
3, R. C. Skaggs defeated Harvey First prize for a big Florida bassis only when he is at his desk. He is Hires .....-....-.-.......--............................ 1 I I 651 I 65
Dyess 70 to 41 in No.4, and M. N. $75 in sporting goods and other thinking how he can cope witha May .................................................... I I I 461( I 46
, prizes ranging down to $10 worth ticklish situation or solve a
Taylor defeated Elam Trowbridge i
for ninth prize are offered. In addi- pressing problem, while he is playing CO. COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5.'
92 to 8 in District No. 5. For County in- tion, a special $10 prize is postedfor I golf, digging in his garden or Dunaway ............................................ I I I I 671( 67

"i- District Democratic Two, Four Committeewoman and Five, Nancy the boy or girl under 16 years pursuing that any he other enjoys.form of recreation I I Hull .................................................... I. I I I 681 68

'-"--- H. Stewart, Mary L. Richards and who lands the largest Florida bass. Whatever the height of your ambitions BOAIID 1'UBLIC INS DISTRICT i

Mildred Townsend were unopposed. Georgia at present mouth holds bass the'world's or the strength of your en- I Davis ....................... ....................n..: I I I 11 101 11
record on large thusiasm, your ability to get to Hires .................................................. I I I 91 I 1 9
\f Clewiston Co. Sells- with a 22 1-2 Florida pounder.anglers Sportsmenthink will the top is going to think be determinedby I Holland .__................................-.....;...- I I I I 21 131 15
some day Florida your ability to your way Howard ...................................: ......... I (I 1 301' 91 39
with that eminence.
J I regain the record a to. MADDOX ............................................ I I I 20167\ 87
(Continued from page 1) I bass of 25 pounds. TAYLOR ............................................ I 1 I 601( 351 95
from their sub-station in Belle Glade, -
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cut into the trade of, the local dairy GOLD SEEKERS TO SEARCH the interior of Colombia. Moving 01 BOARD PUBLIC INS. DISTRICT -- -- ---- --
.to a great extent and the Companyfelt SO. AMERICAN RIVER BEDS* dried-ui Fleming ..............-........-.........-....-...--.. 126)) :451.\ I ..
across ?
that it could no longer affordto a dry-land journey: Hampton ..................-...........-...-.--...-.. I 461 115\\ I 1661Messer
operate the dairy at a loss. The Tampa, June 4 '(FNS) .-A land- river beds, the dredge will then remove ....._.......................................... 1 501 551 I I 105
Altar Company is aVest Palm going dredge built for digging for the wealth of gold washes:d ............................................ 1 351 301 1 I 65
Beach Company and deals in pas tunes in gold from, the beds of dried down from original deposits by riv Newc.omb Stallings ....-......-..-......-..-.-.....--.-....-... I 431 591 I 1 I 102
busi-\ tropical rivers, left here this
teurized milk. The volume of up
I either changed or gone DISTRICT 1\0. 1'-
'of ers CONSTABLE J. P.
ness of the smaller dairies does not week for a treasure-seeking quest ,
permit the expensive pasteurizing South American jungles.The of years ago. George ..._........--.................................. 1711 I I I 1 171
process. Tampa-built, all-steel dredge Other dredges have been orderei Hines .................................................. 1761 I I I I 11"7 6
being constructed by a concern ur from the Tampa manufacturer bj
FIn$T CANDIDATE ANNOUNCES the Hilisborough River since March,, operatingthe PRECINCT DESIGNATIONS ,
at the end ,of a tow- the San Francisco concern PrecinctEast' LaBelle, Precinct iJ- West Lu-
j FOR 1910 GOVERNOR'S RACE began its trip Precinct 1-Clewiston,
ing cable which will end at the heat] unique type of gold-seeking; ev Belle, Precinct: 4-Deimiul, Precinct r-Fcltla.PAGE .

\ Marianna, June 5, (FNS)-Em- of some jungle river 200 miles in pedition.

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