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: March 29, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Many Candidates QualifyFor I Wilcox, Describes [Drainage Board N ears-: ay

I Trip To Africa

Office Races I ;
County I Jerry Wilcox, who is associatedhere Refunding Agreement {

in business with T. E. Markette, ,
o o '
gave a thrilling talk at the Wed- I :
I nesday night meeting
Fishing Good ButFishermen Russell Lyles' Leg CONSIDERATION BY J
; ,.
FROM OLE AVI, STON IN Club, describing his experiences

COUNTY-WIDE RACE I ScarceSeveral while serving as a cameraman with Broken In Accident I EXSELSEN ';:

the Martin Johnson expedition in The 'Everglades x Drainage District_ ',:

Charles E. Miner of Clewiston, South Africa during the filmingof I board of commissioners, in a special ';,
who qualified Friday night for nice strings of fish have the picture, "SInaba". Russell Lyles, 11-year old son I
held in West
clerk of the circuit court and Neely been brought in during the past Mr. Markette introduced the of "Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lyles,' received -

Davis, who qualified Saturday for week at Johnson's Camp but activity speaker and explained the part he a broken left leg Sunday Palm Beach, voted three to one to Y;

tax assessor were the last candi- has not been so great ,as in previous had had in the filming of this morning when he rode his bicycleoff attempt to draw ,up a suitable contract "

dates for county-wide office to file weeks.On movie. the railroad trestle near the which would hire Carl V. '

Mr., Wilcox stated that he left pump plant. The trestle is not
their affidavits prior to the dead- Sunday R. C. Wilson and Exselsen of Miami and New Yorkas
line Saturday night .at midnight. I W. H. Lanier caught a nice stringof New York aboard a tramp steamer high but the leg was' apparently

-1 A check discloses that there are seven or eight bass and the bound for Cape Town, South Africa I twisted when he fell among the refunding agent for the refund-

twenty-seven candidates for coun- same day E. H. Lyles and W. D. and from there they flew amphibian rocks b"elow.Examination. ing of the district indebtedness. ,

ty-wide offices and thirty-eight for Chandler of Clewiston and Dr. planes into the jungle. The most at the Clewiston Terms of such a contract must be

district offices. There were also' Lynch of Palm Beach caught ten. interesting part ,of the trip, to him, 'Hospital showed that both bonesin acceptable both to the board and
association with the various the left leg were broken in two
the final
was to the agent and action is expected -
eight Republicans who qualified for: Joe Swenhoff and Chas. Forbesof
state and precinct committeemen.Two Hollywood brought in a stringof I I types of animals and the thrills places each. _The breaks were suc- to be taken at another

sixteen, R. M. Jacobs of Indian I connected with getting shots of cessfully set by Dr. O. F. Schiffli meeting called for next week.
have entered the
women Mrs. J. I these animals. At one time, he : and Russell has now been removedto Exselsen and Tom M. Cook of
apolis and Mr. and
county wide races, Mrs. Nell H. seven -
Jackman for county superintendentand N. Williams of Fort Lauderdale, I said, while filming the charge of I his home.COUNTY. West Palm Beach had 'submitted I

an elephant it approached so close proposals for refunding several
nine. The last I
Mrs. Homer Taylor for tax col string was caught
Thursday. before being killed that his camera months ago but it was the joint
lector. Mrs. Fred Dunaway was
i was knocked over but the films BOARD ASKS proposal of Stifel, Nicolaus and
the only woman seeking a district
were undamaged.He Company of Chicago and Robert
office, that of school board mem- I told of seeing as many as M. Cook of Miami which openedthe
ber from the Felda-Denaud dis GAS TAX PLEDGE OF
trict. twenty-eight lions in one group way for present negotiations.

feasting on animals known as wart I Their plan was submitted to the

County Attorney H. A. Rider and MEMBER OF STATEC hogs and of army ants in files a COUNTY CANDIDATESRESOLUTION board at a meeting in West Palm

Supervisor of Registration John L. 'I mile long. One native boy in the Beach two weeks ago and was con-

Hall are unopposed for renomination. expedition was killed by a ,lion I sidered seriously by the board ,which
OF C COMMITTEEF. during the, ,filming of the picture. had just refused the offer of H. C.

A. O. Ward of Clewiston qualifiedfor The most dangerous of the Rorick, head of the Bondholder's

the position of school board animals, he said, were in order WHEREAS the 1939'LegIslature Protective Association, negotiationswith

t member from district No. 3 to take Deane Duff of Clewiston has named the rhinoceros, the African by a practically unanimous vote whom have been underwayfor

.q place of C.; E. Miner who will make been appointed a member of a special elephant and the gorilla. The passed Senate Bill 1216, and Senate more than two years. f t was

the race for clerk. 1 committee composed of forty promi- rhinoceros was,, described as, being Bill 1217 which were the Senate decided that a joint meeting be

The entire list of qualified can- nent Floridians to study the agri- unable to see far but: has ,a keen substitutes 'for House Bill 801 and ,' called between the drainage board '

cultural problems ,of the ,state $189- House Bill 802, and 'I of ;
didates is as follows: sense of hearing. and the landowner's association .

Representative: Elbert L. Ste- 000,000 agricultural industry. The I Many questions were asked by WHEREAS Governor Cone vetoed I the district for the following week /
study is under the direction of the I these bills after the session of the '
wart, W: ,.M. Davidson, D. G. Mc- interested members of the club to consider the proposals, At this
State Chamber of Commerce and I Legislature had adjourned, and
Cormack. and were answered in a.. thrilling meeting there was much 'discussion
appointment of the committee members manner by the speaker.Governor WHEREAS; it is of the utmost of the three plans and several"of
Sheriff: Bill Maddox, H. L. De- importance to this county that the
J was made by Carl D. Brorein, the landowner's group argued. in
laney. bb president of the state body. H. I. veto or'the governor on each ot favor of the ,Exselsen plan for in
Clerk of the' Circuit "" Visits these bills' be over-ridden when the '
Court ,
: William Mossbarger of Tampa was appointed. J the week between the two- meetings

T. Hull, Char es-E.. :Miner..* chairman.-- .- r' !. -.,- .Legislature convenes in April 1941 ..Exselsen, 'and Cook had4 changed ,.J'

County Judge: Selden L. Stewart, The principal object of study because. ; unless, tliese bills 'b evame their proposals 'until all"thi'niq.were- : : -

R. M. (Bob) Harris, Louis O. will be the citrus industry., Five, law the assistance which, the coun- virtually the same.

J -'t: "J, Gravely. state areas have been designated ties have received and are now re- Another meeting was called for

and there will be local meetings, ceiving from the gasoline tax fund,
Tax Assessor: Dennis Small, H. Tuesday of'this week, when no
the results of which will be placed I will be ,withdrawn 'and the counties
E. O'Brien
Neely Davis. agreement could be reached and
before the committee. will have to levy an ad valorem tax
Tax Collector: R. N. Miller, Mrs. spa l f r.iijaly: : ).>f L W a h before that time Stifel, Nicolausand :
The membership of the committeeis I ta take the place of the gasolinetax
Homer. Taylor, G. R. Hatch. Company withdrew their offer
as follows: and the tax !burden thereby
County Superintendent of Public because of the obvious disagree-
placed the people will be more'
Instruction: S. A. (Steve) Graves, Nathan Mayo and Dr. J. v.1 upon ment between the members of the
than the people can bear.
Mrs. Nell H. Jackman, Dr. C. E, Knapp, Tallahassee; Dr. Wilmon board and the landowners com-
Weaver,' ''B. E. Herring. Newell and B. F. Williamson, I 4j p w y z mittee. They: stated in their letterof
the Board of County, Commis-
County Attorney: H. A. Rider. Gainesville; Luther Chandler andF. withdrawal that their offer had
sioners of County:
. Supervisor of Reguistration: JohnL. C. Peters, Goulds; L. M.- Rhodes, Hendry been practically copied by others,
(1) That all candidates for the
Hall. C. C. Bettes, V. C. Johnson and 1 there was no unanimity among
legislature in this county are
State Democratic Executive Com- William L. Wulson, Jacksonville; board members or among land-

mittee:' W. C. Evans, Hurd L. F. Deane Duff, Clewiston; Elleworth I earnestly requested to study this owners, sufficient time had elapsed

Reeves, Virgil Hall.Congressional Davis, Miami; L. H. Pillans, Ocala question and to declare themselvesin 'since their offer was made forth
I favor the veto of
of over-riding
Democratic Executive and Ralph Polk, Haines City. financial community to be-
Governor Cone on Senate Bill 1216
Committee: Mrs. Ethel C. Richard Holzcker, Lake Wales; come thoroughly familiar with all

House, Earl S. Royer. L. P. Kirkland, Auburndale; A. ?. and Senate Bill 1217. the details and make refundingmore
((2)) That a of this resolu-
r- (Continued on Page 10) Herlong, Leesburg; William 'God- copy difficult so, until these differ-
tion be'' sent to each candidate run- '
ing, Zellwood; Chester B. Tread- ences were ironed out it would be

Okeechobee way and Judge W. L. Tilden, Or- ning for the legislature; a copy be necessary for them to withdraw
given to the Press for publication,
I lando; George D. Smith, Madison; their offer.
II I I and a copy mailed to Wallace E.
W. E. Wells and S. K. Foster, St.
the first to
.. "Grapes of Wrath"John This company' was
r. Petersburg; John A. Snively, O. Sturgis, Chairman, Special County for a guaranteed
offer proposal
R. Hawkins and H. E. Cornell, Governor And Party Committee, Ocala, Florida. a there
before was any
I refunding
Winter Haven.W. i STATE OF FLORIDA
P. Ingle, of Jacksonville, cost to the district. Their chargewas
Visit Friends Here
t reported Wednesday that more than J. Crosby, Citra; W. W. Kin- I, William 'T. Hull, Clerk of the to be 7-8 of one per cent on
500 habitations in the said, Keystone Heights Dock Rob- tletotal indebtedness.
t Lake Okee- ; (Continued on Page 10)
f. chobee 'area had been condemned erts, Worthington Springs; C. P. j On Trip To 'Glades Exselsen's plan is to make a complete -

r to combat conditions comparable to Helfenstein, Live Oak; Senator J. I survey of the district and
I .1
those described in the book,. "Grapes J. Parish, Titusville; Graham Miner Re-Elected As ''to complete a refunding plan. He
Governor Fred P. Cone, was a
k of Wrath." I Hastings; John Pace, Lee'l; I is also pledged to form such groupsas
visitor in Clewiston for -'a short
l Fred A. Safay, director of the Charles Korby, Tampa; P. E. Williams time Monday afternoon, visiting old Secretary Of S. B. A. may be necessary to carry out

t. bureau of sanitation, state board Davenport; R. E. Bateman, i friends and making new ones in any desired underwriting. The debt
of health Winter Haven; Frank McKinnon, is to be refunded on not less than
ordered the condemna- I
i his campaign for election as United
[ tions in the Belle Glade, Pahokee Marianna; Senator Stanley Adams, States Senator.. At the convention of the Florida 1 I fifty cents on the dollar and the

and Canal Point Jasper; T. W., Wilson, Port St. I School Board Members Associationheld annual tax levy for the district .is'a
where hun-
dreds of itinerant areas While here on the brief visit this week in Orlando, C. E. not to be more than $400,000. His
find workers Joe.Ward Governor Cone visited Representative Miner 'of Clewiston and member of charge will also be 7-8 of one per
r seasonal employment, he said.
Announces For Elbert L. Stewart who was con- the county school board was re- "ent.
Ingle, president of
&r' a state-wide fined to his bed by illness and assured elected secretary of the association.R. Voting for the Exselsen plan
public health
addresseda School Board Member him that the plans of Chair- P. Terry of Miami was elec- after the withdrawal of the Stifel-
meeting called to
promote a I man Arthur B. Hale for five milesof ted president succeeding Carl Wid- Nlcolaus plan were Chairman :Mark!
health unit for Palm Beach I '
;' ty. coun- surfacing on Road 164 in this I dell of West Palm Beach and PercyL. P. Tennant of Miami, H L. Lyonsof

I A. O. Ward qualified last .Saturday county would be carried out. A Thomas of Duval county: was Pompano and Thad Carlton of

"People are living out there un- and this week makes formal 'visit was also made to the officesof named vice-president. T. V. Con- Fort Pierce. George A. Chalkerwas

der the filthiest, most unsanitary announcement of his ,candidacy f.r the United States'Sugar Corporation way of Highlands county is the new not present and J. E. Beards-

' -" conditions I have ever seen." he the office of school board' member where he talked to officials and chairman of the executive council, ley of Clewiston voted against the

state. "It is the duty of the coun- from District No. 3 in the May pri- I he took time to shake hands with and other members are Carl Widdellof

ty commissioners to do something maries. many in the business district before Palm Beach, E. H. Hughes of plan.The board decided to requirehim

about it. You shouldn't expect the I Mr. Ward served a portion of leaving for a brief' visit in LaBelle Jackson, Charles H. Teeter of Plnel- to post a bond as evidence of

state board of health to' come in one term as school board member and into Fort Myers for the night. las, Colin Lindsey of Marion andE. good faith and provide in the contract -

and police your county, but nobody from the Felda district No.1, being The Governor repeated his N. Powell of Broward.Dr. that the commissioners should

else seems to be interested." drafted for the position by the I promise In regard to work on Road Joseph Roeuier, a faculty approve the engineers to be em-

Ingle quoted- Safay as declaring l. voters of that district. Before the 164 which indicates that work on member of the George Peabody ployed in making the survey, and,

hundreds of people .were' found to expiration of his term he moved I the project will be started within School for Teachers in Nashville, also to approve the underwriters.A .

be living in tourist camps and to' Clewiston' and while here has the next sixty days. This five miles, made the closing address at the possibility that H.. C. Rorick,

labor quarters without decent san- served four years as a school will connect with the end of the conventionyesterday and while the chairman of the Bondholders Pro-

itary facilities. and some without trustee. He' is associated with the I pavement at the Four-Way Station business of the association was being (Continued on Page 10) '

water. United States Sugar 'Corporation in : between LaBelle and Felda. completed more than 7,000

Safay will return to the lake the commissary department.Mr. Accompanying the Governor was state teachers were arriving for

area in mid-April. If Improvements Ward was the only candidateto \V.: J. Reid of Lakeland, head of the annual, FEA convention. In the 10 principal cotton pro-

are shown and work has been qualify from this district which the new state highway patrol, John Mr. Miner was elected secretaryof ducing states the 1935 Census

started on these improvements, no' assures him the nomination.. .' He i Elton, a patrolman, Brooks Bate- the association last year at the showed that on a total of 2,714-

J, action will be taken, but "if notices succeeds C._ ,E. Miner, who is making man, Pahokee member of the' first convention after his electionas 000 farms there were 758,000 with

have been Ignored action will betaken I the: .for- Clerk of the Circuit way board, John.. Maxcy of ':,: :high-I<< a member of the school board out dairy cows?, 973,000 without

against offenders," Court,. ,_ proof and Stewart Sennett of Miami-from Clewliton hop, and 340,000 without chickens.r .


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Child IMPROVED, Just : They

Allergic UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Were All on the Chase! ASK ME 'Th A Quiz With, Answers,]

May Be Upset I Information. )'
t SUNDAY Jones had finally mustered up ANOTHER rOffering
Lesson enough courage to approach his

;', ,In Many Ways boss for an increase, but his request I
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. had been received with stony The Questions, 7. What is the lowest gear in
l bean of The Moody Bible Institute silence. Jones thought he had bet-
s of an automobile?
i .By DR. JAMES. BARTON (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ter strengthen his case. 1. How deep is mark twain? 8. The name of what shellfish,

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) "You ,see, sir, the reason I'm 2. When one goes to sleep, whichis is used to denote an illtemperedperson
asking for'more money is because the, last of the to ? An
child Lesson for March 31 senses suc- insignificant one? A
AN infant
IF young three 'other companies are after cumb to Morpheus? close-mouthed one?
I' breaks out with hives or a me," he explained.The 3. If your wife wanted a wimpleto
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
'. skin rash, most mothers now-a- Jected and copyrighted by International boss surveyed Jones from wear, where would she go to The Answers
: days know that some food which permission.Council of Religious Education: used by head to foot for a moment, then: purchase it, the jeweler's, millin- 1. Twelve feet.

the "Indeed," he sneered. "And er's 'or dress shop? 2. Sense 9f hearing. :
, disagrees with THE CONTINUING TASK may I ask who they are?" 4. According to the Bible, the 3. Milliner's. '
youngster or to TODAY'SHEALTH "Well, sir," replied Jones, price of what is above rubies? 4. Wisdom.

, which he is aller-. LESSON TEXT-Matthew 281620. "there's' the gas company after 5. Mary Ball was the mother of 5., Washington. 1

, gic or sensitive is Unto GOLDEN me .TEXT-Ye. unto the shall uttermost be witnesses parts of me, :,and the, coal company after what. United States President? 6. Five centuries before. ';
i'; the cause. Most COLUMN the ,earth.-Acts '1:8. me, and the company we got our 6. Did Confucius live before or 7. Reverse.
furniture from. after Christ? 8. Crab. Shrimp. Clam.
( adults also know
; World conquest! The dream of dictators -
f', when they have hives just about .
and of national leaders down i'.r c vl gyxyryl"r.
r' which food is responsible. through the ages is to be accom- r

f. other I plished, for there is One who has
There are, however
t' the authority to claim such a placeof
due to foods of c3's
symptoms leadership who will one day rule, f/i
F which many mothers are not for then "the kingdoms of this

( aware, Dr. H. A. Slesinger, Wind- world": will have become "the king

r ber, Pa., points these out in Hy- doms of our Lord, and of his Christ; t

geia, the health magazine. and He shall reign for ever and -; ,'3 I IL t
f, ever" Rev. While await t
"Eczema in infants is usually ( 11:15) we
f't, caused by the presence of certain His coming to take the throne are'

,I proteins in cow's milk which the we to sit idly by? No indeed, for
:" child cannot tolerate. It is now pos- even now Christ has all authorityand

.. sible for a child to be allergic (sensitive He has commissioned His fol-
K;, ) to his own mother's milk. lowers'to go out and to serve Him in
',,, :Many of these babies will recover all the 'world by making disciples in

j.,: completely and never every nation.I. L

1" have any more The Obedient Disciples (vv., 16,
symptoms of aller 17).
''\+ '
; Others will
gy. re- The Lord never fails to keep His
main allergic to'
t i. ; <
Word, but often His followers miss
milk and must be ....
great blessing because they fail to
r{ kept on a milkfreediet keep their appointments with Him.

for many :yearsst He had told His disciples that after,
: Still others become His resurrection He would meet

,:" allergic to other substances them in Galilee, and we read that
(,' and will develop they met Him at the appointed

"various sympA ,place. One trembles to think of :i iY
: toms.
what they and we might have 1I

;, Dr. Barton temperature Even a change affects in Him.missed if they had failed to meet : i:1:

some individuals sometimes almost ?
taking away their breath or causinga His promise to us is just as true ::

stomach upset. and definite. "Where two or three \....
'; are gathered in my name, there amI
Dr. Slesinger that the most
:4r says in the midst of them" (Matt. 18:
: satisfactory method of dealing with
20) applies to us today. If we meet
,1 the allergic child is to try to remove -
Him at the
appointed place, bless-
: the offending food from his
'ing will come to us and will flow out
diet, and,;the offending substance-
through us to all the world. %
'..S' pollen, feathers, furs-from his Y
roundings. When the food or other Observe that "some doubted,"
r; substance is difficult to remove from that is, they were'perplexed and uncertain :
: about the risen Saviour. ,If {
;,0. his diet or surroundings, then a process y p'
of trying to make him less allergic" they persisted in their lack of faithwe

.{', r br sensitive to ''this food or know that it must have:shut. them
rc other substance should be ''used. out of a great !iblessing\ but at the

This is done in the case of food by same time it did not hinder the I &

starting with small amounts of ,the'' Lord's gracious ministry to His oth- : : .
food daily and gradually increasing er disciples.II. r1

the amount until he is able to eat The All-Powerful Leader (v. ::

: the usual serving without the development 18).

r''' of any symptoms. Quietly and without any fanfare,:

Jesus announced that all power was':

ti : ; given unto Him; or as the Revised';
Age Important Version more appropriately trans- r
4 \ lates the word, "all authority." ,He
Treatment of Hernia cd., u
does have all power," but He has FIGURED from every angle this j

I' Two brothers consulted a physi- more. He has the supreme authority Firestone Standard Tire is the year's '' l w. k <>M '' ;, '

t, regarding "lump" in the which gives Him the right to rule value sensation.
'. over the entire"creation heaven and:
t/ lower abdomen which was really a"threatened" earth Why? Just look what you get at a
spiritual as well as material.No .
b" rupture or hernia. As 25 discount from list price: -='
'Y" they disliked the .idea of an operation man in his right mind has ever''
r and the injection treatment was laid claim to authority over even so It's the only low priced fire made

", not in use at the time, the physician much as the earth, but here is One with the patented Firestone Gum-

..".', advised abdominal exercises-lying who without hesitation or qualification -. cord feature that r
on back and raising legs (knees declares that to Him has 'been provides far greater protection /; xd
straight-and the wearing of a light given- all authority in heaven as well'as against blowouts.
': truss to prevent threatened hernia in earth, that is, over the entire \j
from becoming worse. creation. Surely it is God ,Himself Look at that tread! It's deep, 1'I

In one case the results were most who here speaks to us. tough and rugged for long wear.

satisfactory and the "lump" com- III. The Great Commission (vv.. It's scientifically designed to k< '
pletely disappeared, even when the 19, 20a). protect against skidding

xr'; truss was removed., In the other "It is the sublimest of, all specta-i; See your nearby Firestone

t case the' hernia became worse and cles to see the risen Christ without! dealer or Firestone Auto ..' '

f, operation was performed. Later, in money or army or state, charging; Supply and Service Store and '
the apparently cured case, there this band of 500 men and women,
was no sign of hernia for 15 years with world conquest and bringing; equip your car with a set of : )
these famous Firestone 's'
until a heavy "lift" was made and them to believe it possible and to un-
the hernia "came down." Operationgave dertake it with serious passion and; Standard Tires.Tircstone .

fine results as the abdominal power. Pentecost is still to come,t

muscles were in good condition. but dynamic faith rules on this! AS

What about trusses to control a mountain in Galilee" (Dr. A. T.' STANDARD TIRES 4

rupture or hernia? In those whose Robertson). .;

abdominal muscle tissue is poor, in Such faith and such a commis-; LIST YOU

those who fear operation, and in sion call for a worldwide mission., SIZE PRICE PAY Ue
those whose hernia is,unsuitable for The church or individual without a ONLY .

injection, the wearing of a properly worldwide missionary vision assur-. 4.404.5021$7.70 $5.78 U > t
fitted truss gives both comfort and edly does not have the viewpoint of j'N

safety.I Christ. Observe, also that it is an t.75/5.00-19: 7.85 5.89

have seen a number "apparently" evangelistic mission. We are not 4.50/4.75/5.00-20_ 8.20 6.15
cured by exercise and the truss, called to entertain the world, nor' 10.15 7.61
but as in the case above mentioned primarily to improve the social 'or- QED .
the later history 'of the case might der. Our business is to "make disciples 5255.5017 9.60 7.20 I YOUR y

reveal a return of the hernia. ," that is, true followers of Jesus 5255.5018 9.15 6.86
Christ, which they can only became OLD
Can a rupture be cured by wear- 5255.5019 10.95 8.21
through accepting Him Sa
ing a truss alone that is as ? 1R
without viour and Lord. 5.25/5.50-20. 11.35 8.51 E ,
exercise? Dr. Ralph Coyte, in the
British Medical Journal, ,says: IV. The Abiding Presence (v. 20b). 6.00-16 10.45 7.84

"Concerning the chance for cure There is no other statement of fact 6.25/6.50-16. 12.70 9.53
(for it is more than a promise)
by wearing any-
a truss, I should like to PRICE INCLUDES YOUR OLD TIRE
say that there does not appear to where or by anyone that can com

be any chance after the of four. pare with the assurance of Christ .. .
age .u. -- '- -- -- -- -
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that He is with His witnesses always !I: ; I
Even before the age of four, the even unto the end of the age. )' : fIMf I ; G" fii-ff: : : fListen I Ij
chance of curing a hernia by simply Consider first of all who is to be (( \\1; f EJ' : { ,

wearing the truss is very small and -, -, .'" .-., ,' .'-. .- ', '-, .-" ,
with namely the Son of God '", -' '' / { '

That depends is that on once one the important truss has point.been the risen us, Christ,, the One with all, l!. _(Q ,' .'_ _;1JJIIi. :M :.e' p_,. {R: (Mj ,I'.' : I, .\ 'A-,\ -,(;-, "E'- -' l- .!1"" (M--- ,. (-t'_,::7J.- ,
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authority in heaven and earth! Then -- -- -- -
applied no further protrusion (push- to the Voice of Firestone with Richard Crooks Margaret Speaks and the Firestone Symphony
ing through) be allowed until the note that He is" to be with His dis- Orchestra, under the direction of Alfred Wallenatein, Monday evening, Nationwide NJi.C. Bell Network.
ciples "always. How important thatis
truss is discarded, which be
only after several may for as we well know, the inspira-
years. tion of even the ,greatest human
It would be well for parents to con- leader largely goes'with him to"the The Merchants' Who Advertise Are'Not '
sult their physician if their
youngster grave. The Lord Jesus, on the other
under four has a hernia. They hand, is, with each one of His chil- '
should, not' wait, hoping that it will dren always. What assurance' that Afraid of Their Merchandise or Prices
disappear without treatment. fact brings to His witnesses.

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Gems, of Thought AROUND Items of Interest ., '

.. THERE is nothing that com- X10 the Housewife
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right living like right the HOUSEKeep

\ living.A .

competence is all we can
enJoy-Young.Within brass articles from tarnishing Wash gloves first right side out ::

the letter will prate, but' by covering them with a and on the hands, then wrong side ,
wisdom: speaks in' a postscript.- thin coat of clear varnish. The out. Roll them in a turkish tow- .'.j j;
Clough:' varnish will form a lacquer which el to squeeze out excess moisture. -:

Free-will is not the liberty to will,not wear off unless the brassis Blow into gloves to puff them out. ... d

do ,whatever' one likes, but the handled frequently., Shape carefully, pulling each fin .,':'.:

.. powet 'of doing whatever one, ger along the seam line. Soften t

J N::; sees ought to bedone.-George Orange and tomato juices lose by finger-pressing before they :
MacDonald. much of their nutritive value after have a chance to become stiff. ';;j;

they have been to the air *
'If you do anything well, gratitudeis '
lighter than a feather; if you have for several hours. Consequentlyit Hotbeds are coldframes with +
done anything 'wrong, the people's is agood; plan to prepare them heat added. This may be from '.';.J
I wrath is heavy as lead.-Plautus. just before serving. Buy tomato animal manure, hot water or elec- ,;

In a just ,cause it is,, right to juice in cans which hold an tricity. The difference between the '.
be confident.-Sophocles. amount that will be quickly con- two is the 'presence of the heating j

I sumed 'after they are opened. unit. :

( Recipes Below)
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HOW' to SEW RUTH WYETH .., ,;;
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Household NelliS'Tk1J SPEARS -1 ..

rtf :
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was used in sateen to line the f t ,
WIDTH OFWINDOW. f valance and make the tiebacks.The -. .:
'. brass holders for the valance O-Cedar It, Lady :

4 1 J FRAME 4 repeated the golden yellow. The Give your furniture a clean ,

:: cream glass curtains toned into warm lustrous look <-i"

FL the drapery background, and a dirty.lookfiomfurniturewoodworkandioon :
I plain olive green window shade ) '1

HOLDER was used. and polish them as you clean them..when :y
; 2. d 1r FOR you usegenuine O-Cedar Polish.ltsaveShaq -' ;,

Cook VAL NCE NOTE: Mrs.. Spears 'has pre- your time,as your furniture takes on clean ,
What, Every Good How true it is that the sauce ROD pared four booklets for our read- look,then a lovely lustre, a soft warm silken ;

Should Know can make or mar a dish, whether ers with illustrated directions for lustre. Ask your neighborhood dealer foef.e'dar {i"
that dish is cheese souffle or,, a making 128 thrifty homemakingideas. .

cottage pudding! Each book contains
There are certain principles of an assortment '
In this column next week Elea- ,
food preparation which every good ROD of 32-pages of curtains; POlISh
Howe will of
nor give some
cook you slip covers; rag rugs toys gifts '
follows, whether or not she's ; ; J
conscious of doing so, or under- her own favorite recipes for THAT lace curtains are in fash- and novelties for bazaars. Booksare MOPS, WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AN9 ,....i
stands the reasons on which theyare sauces of many kinds sharp again is news! This easy-to- 10 cents each-please order O-CEDAR FLY -AND MOTH SPRAY j
tangy sauces for meat or fish: a make and easy-to-hang valance is number "14
based. by -No. 1, 2, 3 and 4- .
To be sure, every so often we finda smooth, mellow sauce to serve I something that many of you have With your order for four bookletsyou One's Armor .,::1

recipe which seemingly contra- with souffles and sauces for ice been wanting.., All the dimensionsfor will receive a FREE set of A clear conscience is a coat of ,\

dicts every principle cream and pudding, too. cutting it are given here., The three Quilt Block patterns of Mrs. mail.-Old Proverb.

of cookery glass curtains are hung on the Spears' Favorite Early American .',
O Z 'N that has ever lower rod; the, side drapes on the Quilts. Send orders to:
ly. Roll out and arrange in pie tin. rod and the valance is ;!
been formulated upper ; .
IP ,
Prick ;
well. Bake in a hot oven (450
and of it draped over knob holders screwed ;)
in spite ,
degrees) ,for approximately 12 min. :;;
into the .
produces an ex- utes. extreme upper corners of Drawer 10 .;
cellent product. I Custard Pie the window frames. Bedford Hills New York
suppose that's the The color plan for this window Enclose 10'I cents for one book, or :
2 cups milk with the 40 cents for four books and set of quilt :
proverbial exception that proves the 3 eggs began glazed chintz dra- block patterns.

rule! But ,in general, following defi- Vi tablespoon salt pery material in. tones of'green, Name ............................... They come up to ',, ,%;
nite rules of cookery produces the 5 tablespoons beige and golden yellow. The Address1LE51j.............................
best results consistently.There sugar darkest green-a soft olive tone,
Scald milk. Beat the eggs light, your expectations.
is, for example, standard,, add sugar and salt and mix care-

method for mixing cakes. Then fully. Add scalded milk. Strain ; the convenient ',
::1 Buy
there are revolutionary methods into a well-greased pie pan and bakein ..
such as that which is used in the a slow oven ((300 degrees Fahren- .'

: jiffy cake recipe below. But it's', heit) for about minutes,->or until / way, from yourdealer's
i well to remember that' the unusual S ll
custard is firm. Bake a one-crust i ..:
method which, in one recipe; gives pastry shell in a second pie tin exactly ) ( display.

ti entirely satisfactory results, for an- the same size as that used for

flx'r other recipe may not work at all. the custard pie. When the custard _
These are general rules (with an and.baked pie shell 'are< both thor- .:

:, exception to prove every one, I do oughly cooled, gently' slip the cus- Funny to Him Old Habit"I
::?y believe!) which the cook follows
good tard pie into the pie shell just be- "Why were you kept in school hear that Smith's wife has
rill;: as a matter of habit .
: fore serving. Note: This eliminatesthe this morning, Tommy?" '. left him for the third time in a
1. When mixing butter cakes or soggy pie crust so often foundin "Because I laughed when teacher year."
muffins, by the standard method
. shortening custard pies. said, 'Never use a prepositionto "I'm not surprised. She used to
cream -
t,+l 11 add sugar .' Jiffy Cake With Self Icing. end a sentence with'!" be a cook!" IERRi'SSIEIEDi(
.." (Makes one 8-inch cake)
gradually, then .J .
' egg yolks. Add JA cup butter First of Spring"I Women don't really have more

a' 1\ sifted dry ingre-: 1 cup sugar hear your cook has rather an backbone than men. They just
2 eggs amorous disposition""Yes. show more.
dients and liquid -
% cup milk : If she can't get up a flirtationwith --
alternately, be- 1JO the milkman, she starts mashingthe
' 1
ginning and end- r-o teaspoon flavoring ,extract Her Ticket
ing with the dry IVz. cups flour (cake flour preferred) potatoes" The special constable had been

't y' ingredients. 1% teaspoons baking powder Advice to the young: Take care told by his inspector to stop a

' 2. Unless a recipe specifies other- % teaspoon salt ,of the pennies-and hide your car which was traveling fast in
wise, mix only until the ingredients Soften the butter by creaming.Then money-box from daddy. his ,direction. FERRY'S
' : are blended. add sugar, unbeaten eggs, ,Ten minutes later he rang up
', 3. Cheese, egg and milk mixtures milk,flavoring extract s to report.
require a low temperature fot cook and the dry Fair QuestionThe "The car was being driven by an I-
celebrated had been
ing. Too high a'temperature is likely ingredients which pianist actress," he said, "I stops her,
all the dinner. r
boasting through
have been
.. to cause curdling. notebook she ;
li pulls ,
Finally he held his ,hands dra-
With up _
4. When together. a .
making pie crust, have snatches it, writes her autograph,
.', beater --- matically and exclaimed, "Theseten -
the ingredients as cold as possible. rotary or and then she went. ..
5. When egg White is added to a electric mixer, fingers have made me world ,

,batter, it should be beaten until it beat for 2 to 3 famous." PROTECTION' .

is stiff but not dry, and folded.lightly minutes, or until the batter is light The bored man opposite him FOR SHAVING COMFORT-PLUS SAVING USE -
into the batter. and very smooth. Pour into greasedpan asked, drily, "Pianist or pick- ? SINGLE EDGE OR I t/ -
The recipes below will give you 8 by 8 by 2 inches'square, and pocket?" Kent t Blades.:' DOUBLE t EDGE t 10 C

excellent results, in spite of the fact cover evenly with the following mix-
that they seem somewhat contradic- ture: ..
r .. ',R,-u A
tory. But remember that the meth- a/fe, cup sweet chocolate (grated) .S rn .p \; n 2'

,. ods have been developed for these % cup nut meats (cut fine) VTFIND
particular recipes, and they may not Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees I CAMELS SO MUCH ,:

; work if applied to any other.' Fahrenheit) for 35 to 40 mh. MILDER. IS THAT J SLOWER BURNING' ;
I Grandmother's Ginger Bread. utes. '
% cup sugar Maple Syrup Muffins. :;
% cup shortening (Makes 12 muffins) :x ? /MILDER SMOKING # sw

. 1 cup molasses 1 egg ,. y
2% flour v MORE FLAVOR \
} cups % cup milk .. ,
2 eggs (beaten) % cup maple syrup .-
1 teaspoon cinnamon 114 cup butter (melted)

'% teaspoon cloves' 2 cups flour I SMOKE CAMELS
% teaspoon ginger 2 teaspoons baking powder

2 teaspoons soda % teaspoon salt ./ n:
J/fe teaspoon salt Beat egg until'very light and blend
1 cup hot water with milk, syrup and melted butter.,
Sift together all dry ingredients in- Sift dry ingredients and add to first

cluding sugar. Combine eggs, molasses mixture. Blend until the batter is
!, r+. and hot water in which short- smooth. Pour into greased muffin
ening has been melted and add to pans and bake in 'a moderately hot
sifted mixture. Beat for 3 minutes. oven (400 degrees) for about 20 min-
Bake in 350-degree oven for 45 min utes.
( utes. Requires 9 by 9-inch pan.

Hot Water Pastry. Send for Your Copy of
(Makes 1 pastry shell) 'Better Baking.'

Vz cup shortening Every good cook needs a copy of
4 cup boiling water Eleanor Howe's book, "Better Bak-
lei cups flour ing"! This decidedly, practical book t
1 teaspoon salt In recent laboratory tests, CAMELS t FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,
offers a wealth of reliable
you test-
burned 25 than the
% flower
; /4 teaspoon baking powder ed recipes-recipes for cookies and of the 15 other of the largest-selling EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR-
Place shortening in a warm bowl, cakes for bread and
; brands tested-slower than any of L
pour boiling water over it, and for every day and recipes for them'That means on the average a ,. JJ
cream thoroughly with a fork. special occasions too. .', '. :.- ,
smoking plus equal to :; pRxB J C M E 15
Place flour (measured after siftingonce Send 10 cents in coin now, to get r \,>. :t.ti g, .
), salt, and baking powder in your copy of "Better Baking." Ad- SA1QKES ": r ,J f '" "
flour sieve and sift gradually into dress your letter to "Better Bak- 5EXTRA -

i the creamed shortening and water ing," care Eleanor Howe, 919 North ?'Ell Pile'" SLOW-BURNING COSTLIER TOBACCOS
) mixture. Mix thoroughly; Make Avenue
up Michigan Chicago, Illinois.
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MARCH 29, 1940

The Clewiston News ton and :Moore Haven. paign, the gentleman is going-to Vaughn were advanced to second- was examined for his first
have 'a job on his hands as host class scouts and Bobby Broadfoot merit badge. I
Remember the chain letter cr'ze that} will make his duties as Gov- :

Published every Friday In Clewiston a few years back, when dimes were ernor seem like a six-months vaca- ---
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. ,, supposed to pour back in return? It tion. y f

Inc. has just been revived with a golf Anyhow, it's a unique idea and FOR THE BEST

v ball clause, instead of a dime clause. wins the lace embroidered pot-

KEATHLEY: BOWDEX, Editor But it remained for a Rotary ClubIn holder as being better than even ;: CUp of Coffee

Arkansas (at least the club takes the best that Jovial Jerry Carter

Entered as second class mall matter the credit) to start the chain letter ever offered. Now you poor dumb IN TOWN
February: 1, 1927 at the Post Office In that should end 'all chain letters.
clucks who have been
barnstormingthe "Good To
Clewiston, Florida, under. the Act of The Last Drop"
March 3, 1S87. Here it goes: state, begging for votes and
A and B
"This chain was started in Reno support, you'll have to get busy and

Subscription Rate *2.00 Per Year. in the hope, of bringing happinessto "BEAT BURTON" by issuing SANDWICH SHOP
all. Unlike most chains, this one certificates with coupons attached,

Advertising notes.. On Application. does not cost you any money. Send i good for transportation to and
a copy of this letter to five male from the Capitol and'a night's[ BOWL AT A and B ALLEYS

Devoted to the advancement and welfare friends, then bundle up your wife lodging, as well' as_ dinner, at the .- -" .
of Clewiston and Hendry County. and send her to the name who Mansion. I . 'F '''" -r--.i, ::.: : : _. _' '. "':.

heads the list. When your name And lest you might thoughtlesslyassume A. t'

The works up to the top of the list you that the' ; whole idea is
Get :your answers ready.
census, starts Tuesday. will receive 15,175 women." The screwy, let me tell you that a lot I (
thought of receiving 15,175 women of certificates habeen sold. You r 4' FOR PROVEN ABILITY AND RESULTS

School kids are wondering why should be all that is needed to end i know people like to gamble. I y r Vote For

FEA meeting, aren't held several the chain letter fad. know one guy who bought TEN,

times each year. and anticipation.is' already licking his chopsin E. B. DONNELLOF

A suggested name for the .:_..:._.:_NNNNN_ NNNM. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Barnum'' was RIGHT. WEST PALM BEACH

characters in our Everglades CLEWISTON COMMUNTY CHURCH ; ;4I ': Candidate For

"Grapes of Wrath" would be Too Late To ClassifyBy "+
{ = '

RUSSELL KAY Bible School meets at 9:45 a. m.

large daily papers attemptto .. .. . . . . .. with B. C. Flaniken Superintendent OF FLORIDA t
stay neutral in the state races /NN'., : :N:N: :NNNN NNNNN M NM M NNNN NN in charge. A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE' OF THE OFFICE HE SEEKS

by printing all the material sent The Worship hour begins at 11a. (PAID PQLITICAL ADVERTISING)
them by the candidates. The week- Well, the qualifying deadline has i m. and J. E. Beardsley is the I

ly papers, with less space to fill I come and gone. At last we know I' choir director and Mrs.. J. H. Doty

use the opposite method of chucking it all in the wastebasket. I ;what.. Eleven candidates for GOV-I on "The Church, Its Origin, Form I :;t:: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.:"..:..:..:..:..: :..:.,.:...:...

ernor-a surprise candidate I and Purpose". y ..
ing the last minute Fredrick van II The Christian Endeavor society I

. . . .
.. of River.
* Roy Crystal
********J4*: :'*****#MNNNMNNNN# :NNNNNNNN:'; will have its meeting as usual I Contemplating.-- .
Mon-I :.
In the Senate race we have a day at 7:30 p. m., Lee .

: RAMBLINGS. field of six, the dark horse here the president and Dick Owen will .t. .t. .....
being Bernarr MacFadden, 71yearold be the program leader.

By B. B. I publisher of Miami Beach. Left March 31st, 1940-After Churcha :i t: the construction of small housing units :;.:

at the post was Hortense Wells, group), of the Endeavors with the

.:N..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..NNSINNjMN:NI,(N,1 I Tampa candidate, stricken with appendicitis Pastor and Mrs. Pendleton and Miss ::_:: similar' to those opposite the passenger ::
on her way to qualify. Leidig will drive to 'West Palm =: '

With the rest of the nation Lined up at the wire in the race Beach to attend a Conference Rallyat i station to rent around $15." =i=

shivering in an unusually cold for Delegates to the National Convention 3 p. m. :t: :t:

we find a field of 159. -
Easter wave, paraders in Dixie were ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC I X
For the office of General X
. Attorney
,' able to flaunt their finery in com- CHURCH '
fort. In Clewiston we didn't even there are six; for Comptroller, I in suggestions from We are interested *
three; for Treasurer, three; for ..
need a wrap. Responding to the Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor y
urge of the joyous; Easter day and Railroad Commissioner, three; ten Mass each Sunday' morning at :: y
prospective ::
candidates will renters.
the beauty ,of the. weather, we compete for the 8 o'clock, excepting: the last Sun- .

Clewiston folks went to church by post of National Democratic Com day of the month when the time is
mittee left vacant by Harry Wells, i :
the score. Perhaps the, ministerswere 10:30. : /i
a little overwhelmed. For with three. seeking the, office of Confessions are heard every Sat-
;:' 51 Sundays in the year, the faithful Hortense K.. Wells as National urday evening from 7:30: until 8:30 ._. E ..
DemocraticCommitteewoman.. 'J. B d I .
;: few occupy their favorite pews and before all. the Masses. :: ear s ey ..'Y'. :;:

, and on 'Easter the church is usually With this record-smashing arrayof Weekday Mass. every morning at .t.l. : .;.

i\;'\. so crowded: )we. have to .sit, on the ;;eager'support seekers those few 8:00 o'clock.: :;:. REAL ESTATE -. t : :::

( front pew. This year we even' had remaining'.,liuniblecitizens 'who, -cast ,Devotions_ in honor of Our Lady' :,t. t, : J .. .t.
to sit in the Sunday school 'rooms the so-called "sacred ballots"\ become of Perpetual Help are' conductedFriday ::t.: 'JL'I BEARDSLEY: "t-rr, 'ART''" IZWRENCErx : ,-' ::.:

.' and, listen though we could not mighty important personages.It evenings at 8 ,o'clock, followed ::_: BETTY SVICEn MILDRED .DURST :::
: see. Those who arrived a little is the open season on "Sovereign by' Benediction of the Most y

there later was were no turned room for away them.It .because May Voters"'28th and they'll from have now a flock through of Blessed Religious Sacrament Instruction Class for ... ..N..............N..........................N......N......N..N..........N......NN.. ......N..........:..:..........'....:..:..:............N:.....:..:..:...:..:.:...:..:..:..:....:-' ,r-\,

was true in all churches and hounds continually, baying at their children Saturday morning at nine .

:::' in Palm Beach some of the church I'I heels; here, in Clewiston, 'and after Sunday I

f attendants came home with a fine I Sound trucks will be ,tearing .over Mass in Pahokee. ,
F(r" coat of suntan from listening to I the state like ants over a picnic I The :Mass schedule oi Pahokee 'is II VOTE FOR WHITEHAIR FOR GOVERNOR

k. the service from the vantage point lunch. The humble housewife, 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the .. .. ... .-..... ..
..:. outside the window. bathing her breakfast dishes, will last Sunday of the month, when '-- :;

,: be disturbed by raucous tones of Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub ii?
Perhaps sometime during the I g'5 ., <;'.',
year-on one of the other 51 Sun- I the announcer shouting "Fuller I lie, regardless of religious belief, '>, ''. r'wi' ,:>
days-a little of the Easter spirit Warren will speak at the CourtHouse is always welcome in this church. : ,'.,'\4 ';.'$;.1

will at 10 A. M.", followed bya r q
'y return and send us back to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH sr cjhE'

L: church again. screechy recording of "Scatter- ,.
brain". Later in the day her
r. "The Friendly Church"H.
favorite radio serial will be Interrupted : .
;:. We've always wondered why G. McLEROY, Pastor <';
.. there was always a cool Easter to make way for a paid Sunday school 9:45 a. m.B.E. !IF ( :y J
: political announcement which informs .
; snap, and we've just discovered Herring, supt. f' 1ia i i4q
.'. her that, "The Honorable B. -
a the reason. Perhaps we can remember Morning worship 11 a. m., sermon
: Paty will prattle political phooeyon
it till
: next year. In 325 -pastor.
the Village Green 11 "
.a. A. D a church council at Nicea, o'clock. Training Union 6:15 p: m.-Arch

Asia Minor, set the date for Easter At the General Store, the town's Hodges, director. I'

>- on the first Sunday after the first only Independent Merchant sits Junior Girls' Auxiliary meets

;-", full moon of spring. That was done I chewing his pencil, trying to figure Wednesday 3:30: at church', Mrs. ,

because in those days the pilgrims out how to make both ends meet, I Hodges in, charge.

needed ,moonlight to 'travel the long only to have his over-burdened Monthly program meeting of W. I

distances to their festivals. I mind bombarded with the screaming I M. S. at church Tuesday 3:30 p. m.

Just ask any almanac-fiend or announcement that "Spessard Holland The revival services will continue 1

any fishejman and you'll find out' will make his 'political "pray- I into next week if you have 'not

what effect full moon has on the I er' in the Town Hall at high noon." ,attended you have missed much. If

weather. .r And while this continual" bombardment you want to hear the Bible preachedcome I ,..

is more or less hard on
to any or all of the services. I
This the the nerves and tends to break up ,The hours are 10 a. m. and 7:45
year weather-man
con- the daily routine, it is
only the '
p. m. daily.
spired to provide few' of the Ma- I .
Fermenting in the
The associational
donna (or Easter young peoples
) lilies in bloomat '
Easter time. It minds of ambitious .aspirants todayare meeting meets at West Palm Beach I
was surprisingwhat I
wild ideas, new and untried
beautiful substitutes I March 30. We want a good representation
, : iris methods of attack designed to to be there from our lt :
; day lilies,
and callas made. I I
catch the
poor helpless citizen off church. I
They were colorful emblems
t his guard and lure him from his
very suggestive
; of the Easter sea- lair. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
S son.
Burton Schoepf, Townsend white South Clewiston I
:- hope, who up to now has been in I "
The Easter rabbit must have had r
( hibernation, came out of hiding last Services Every Sunday:
a lovely
time I
F. hopped around this' year, when he week to offer all comers an opportunity Sunday school at 9:45.

( hiding: his prettily to invest in his candidacy, Morning worship at 11 a. m.
p' lovely flowers eggs ,there were plenty of I all dated, signed and sealed, which Young Peoples meeting, 6 p., m. I t ?
to distract his at- carries the following redemption Rev. M. M. Dudley, director.
k tention. Mrs. I I 'I '1
Duff and Mis Stewart S
:j' clause: Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m. ; tq
r. on the ridge, Mrs. Pressley Many of our folks never have Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.
and Mrs.
Ezelle, Art Lawrence
f \ Kolstad: Mn opportunity of visiting theGovernors m. Oaa'I
Spiper and the Inn- Mansion Friday evening service 7:30
and the'Capi- p.
f' to mention but a few the
of most tol in Tallahassee. When elected m.
;F;;:', colorful street-are gardens as seen from the his certificate: ; will entitle' the The public is cordially invited to j I

\ worth anybody's trip holder to have luncheon or dinneras attend all services. TWO ROOKIES BIDDING STRONG FOR ,BIG JOBS:
town to
them. II l my personal guest at the Sid Hudson, pitching sensation of the Florida State
F; If you gasped at* the huge Mansion. Scout Executive Here League last year, winning 24 games and losing 4 for

.I';- that were on display cabbage I Sincerely your friend I the Sanford pennant-winners, talks baseball with Fran-
and for
sale For Court
; in the local stores I BURTON SCHOEPF". cis P. Whitehair, left, gubernatorial candidate, at the
your Boy, I
would have been I call that Democracy with \ Washington Senators' training in Orlando. Hud-
more aghast at I
a capital "D" .
the specimen I don't know J. A. Gaskill, scout executive of the I
that was displayed I how son is a rookie righthander almost certain to make the
I i": in the Inn many folks. they can acconi-I Sunniland Council ..from Bradcnton
; lobby
for with while Whitehair
r: a few days. odats: *n the dining room grade Washington, bidding for
Stripped of its outside leaves it TlarEicr., nor how I. wa shere Tuesday night and Held his first political office, is a leading candidate for the
< weighed 19 'I many cooks are a court of honor at which three
" was firm and emplojed. but Governor's chair in the May primaries. _. ,
perfectly formed. It I do know that if members of the local troop were ? "
on the mucklands between .Clewis grown I enough certificates finance Mr.are sold to successfully I advanced. (This advertisement paid for by local ,friends Francis P.White hair)
Schoepf's .
cam- Oliver Martinez and S o a n y

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tive In the Legislature of the stateof tion and experience. I am ready to cratic primaries [in May. .
i II r from Hendry county sub- give the people of Hendry county an I
I 'I I I am now completing my second ,
j, Candidates ject to the action of the May Demo- honest, efficient, intelligent, business- term as school board member cf Re-elect U. S. Senator :.i
I cratic primaries. I feel that my past J like administration as your county. Felda and Denaud district, an officeI '.'
experience as a member of that body judge. have tried to fill conscientiouslyand
III! ATTENTION! fully qualifies me for the position I Sound administration of the peo- faithfully. .
r seek. If elected, I promise to honestly ple's affairs requires capable officers.On My qualifications include high ,;,
and faithfully represent the entire this basis, I submit that I am 1
school and college training and a
WE HAVE THE LATEST I the candidate, and I will
county to the very best of my ability. logical several years spent doing commercial -
I COMPLETE PUBLIC ADDRESS Your vote and Influence is most appreciate your vote and support. bookkeeping.If I ,

SYSTEMFor earnestly solicited. Sincerely elected I promise' the people a J.j

careful, efficient administration. .
I J Respectfully, I SELDEN'L. STEWART.:
I j Rent at Reasonable Rates Your vole'and support will b- ; r I

W. DAVIDSON.. I 'p eclated.. ; >i

I II -------:: I I I At the request of many cltlzpnR.I' FOR SHERIFF CHARLES Q ANDREWS .0'f
I I !
hereby my
I PHONE 104 announce I I from every: part of Hendry I ,
for Representative for Hendry, coun-
H J I hereby announce myself: a candidate I hereby announce myself a candidate [-
subject to the democratic primariesin
ty for the office' of County Judge of for the office of Sheriff of Hendry (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING)
1 May.If Hendry county, Florida subject to I county subject to the Democratic
1I I the voters of the county see fit the action of the May Democratic primaries to be held, in May.I .
I i LEGAL NOTICES to send me to the Legislature, I primaries.' I was duly admitted to will appreciate your vote. and
assure, them that I will get on the the practice of Jaw in this state in support 1.
job and stay on the Job until results April 1917 and I have continuously
I' are obtained, or else 'followed this vocation since exceptfor "'. T. MADDOX.

I will spend my time in endeavoring the time I was'in the United .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR to get our roads improved and all States Army during the World War.If .,

TAX DEED paved; I will try to get our schoolson nominated and: elected, my only .
: "; ,u dull nine months term, and I promise Is'a ''squar'e deal to all according : \ FOR SHERIFF I 5.
;P 1: r NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN, That wijl!work unceasingly for the Old- to. lawand common sense.I '
Bl C. FLANIKEN holder of Tax Certificate Aged'?Of the state by trying to get am not the candidate of any clickor I wjsh to announce myself a can-
., ,No. 565, Issued the 4 day of sufficient[ funds to be matched by faction but I am the ''candidate of didate for re-election to the officeof I .,
Sept.' A. D. 1933 has filed same in Federal allotment, so that every pen- the people who want a County I Sheriff of Hendry 'county, subject' The straightest and cleanest J
my office and has made applicationfor sioner will receive $40 per month. I Judge who knows the law' and will to the Democratic primaries'in May.
a tax deed to be issued thereon. relieve all this can be accomplishedwithout honestly and faithfully discharge the I am making this .race solely on my in the -,': '
Said certificate embraces the follow- additional taxes. These are duties of the office. record of law enforcement and fair man legislature.John .- :

s ing described property in the Countyof my three principal aims, and if you Your vote and' Influence is respectfully dealings to all, and I assure the peo- .r
Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: are interested in them, line up with solicited. ple of Hendry county that the poli- Kilgore in Tallahassee oJ ;
Lots 39 and 41 Block 356 Clewiston. me and we will put them through. cies of this office will not change.
The assessment of the said property LOUIS: O. GRAVELY.. Your vote and support will be ap- Democrat. t
under the said certificate issued was Thanking' you for your vote and preciated.
p In the 'name of Elmer G. Case. support; I am.Respectfully,
said H. L. DELANEY. '" .
Unless certificate shall be redeemed -
according: to law the property yours, 'FOR TAX COLLECTOR
described therein will be sold to, I
I the highest bidder at the court house D. G. McCORMACK. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
door of the first Monday in the monthof TO THE VOTERS OF .HENDRY DISTRICT 1

May, 1940, which is the 7 day of COUNTY:
I am taking this opportunity of
May 1940. ,I FOR COUNTY I wish to announce that I am a
SUPERINTENDENT announcing that I am seeking the
f Dated this 29 day of March, 1940. gin
(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. I I office of county tax collector. in the candidate for county commissioner, a /ropp A1l1JZ....
District I, subject .to the May Democratic -
May Democratic primaries. To
I Clerk of Circuit Court of 1 1l I wish to announce to the voters of my primaries. '.
l Hendry County, Florida. Hendry county that I am a candi- friends and to those of you who I I have been a resident of Clewis
March 29, April 5-12-19, 1940. date for the office of county superIntendent know me I say simply that I am in ton for eleven years and feel that
race. To the many to whom I
of public instruction in the
:May Democratic primaries.I am a stranger, I would like to add my long experience as a resident, y z:
property owner and business man in
that I have lived at Sears 14 years,
have lived in Hendry county mostof that I am a native of LaFayette the district will help me in repre-
H i PAID my life: have been teacher and county, a graduate of its schools and senting It on the county board.If .
principal in schools of Hendry, Lee that I have been in the employ of elected, I will give the district
' f and Glades counties for 16 years-12 the Standard Lumber Corporation for the best service of which I am
i L POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS of them in LaBelle. 1 hold a life the past 25 years. capable.I .

I graduate state certificate, and a life If you see fit to elect me, I pledgea will appreciate your vote and Yr
"' first grade certificate and am a faithful and honest service. To one support.
I college graduate with the degree of and all, I shall feel honored to have
Bachelor of Science in Education.If your vote and support. ., G. E. ETHERTON.

elected as your superintendent Sincerely,
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. I! promise a conscientious, faithful
and efficient administration.I G. R. HATCH. COUNTY COMMISSIONER

TO THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY will appreciate your vote and
's t COUNTY: support. March 14th, 1940.
In announcing my candidacy for TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO.

i Attorney of Hendry... County, subjectto .J-' I herewith announce as Candidatefor
the Democratic Primaries to be THE CITIZENS OF HENDRY. County Commissioner[ from this .
!, held in May I also wish to take this COUNTY: District. My residence in Clewiston fur 1 1i'*: ""-'--'\ff'r r "*- .' -vj*''* --* !

I means to express to you my sincere FOIl COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I hereby announce that I am a over 10 years and my' experience AGviffi
l I appreciation for the splendid vote you OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONFour candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry -' leads me to be sure that I can render fart
i .- gave me in the elections two years 1' service the if
. county, subject to the Democratic valuable to .taxpayers
ago. years ago the people of this primaries in May., elected. NGS
), The experience, made possible by county nominated me to the office of I am your present Tax Collector I respectfully request your support /S
I that will enable to render
me County Superintendent of Public Instruction having been appointed to said officeon and vctes in the Democratic Pnm.iry
still efficient service
;: I in to this you office. more I by the largest majority April 11, 1939. ,I have tried to of :May 7th 1940.
j nominee in the county the best of _
Your vote and suppport in the 1940 given any my knowledge to give
i I primaries. This was an' honor which efficient service to all the people of E. E. KELLY.
elections will be gratefully appreciated. 1 lII
t 0 I I deeply appreciate. During these I I I Hendry county, and would greatly y [OPp Q
years in office I have endeavored to appreciate a full term In office.
/ ,j make a record which would be of If elected Tax' Collector I promisea I
great benefit to 'the people of Hendry faithful and efficient \administra I
i County. On this record I ask the tion.Your 0

I people to re-elect me as their County vote and support will bevap-. ,
It t FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXES Superintendent in the :May primaries.If preciated.: -
re-elected, I shall continue con-
sistent efforts for a nine months term R. N. MILLER. I Clewiston Federal"
I I hereby announce myself a candidate [- for all the ,schools in the county, the "NK. 1t..'L5 ._ r .r-.ytV1714 r :
; I for re-election to the office of same careful business-like administration I P o
Assessor of Taxes, Hendry County, and to work for improvementin and LoanAssociation
Florida subject to the 'Democratic our schools. Because of my knowledge FOR, TAX COLLECTORI
1,! primaries in May, 1940. of the needs of the schools in
: If re-elected I promise to conductthe
; G all sections of the it is logi- wish
affairs of the office in the same to announce, myself a can- 1N
Fair. Impartial and Efficient manner cal that I am best qualified to render didate fQr the office cf Tax Collector
.: I have strived to do in the pa t. most efficient service. I will sincerely Hendry county subject to' the Demo-
i Your vote and support will be appreciate your expression of confi-
I greatly appreciated. dence by retaining me as your County-

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candidate for the office of Tax assessor .. .J.. ,. ::::::
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,announcing my candidacy for .: : ;. .;:. >' .c. tt
I for Hendry county subject to the .. ENJOY AN ).. :
the office of Hendry County Super- ; -.i- -.
Democratic primaries in May. : H
' .. : If elected, I promise to fulfill the intendent of Public Instruction, sub- ..:: : :,, : -! :
'i I duties of this office faithfully and ject to the Democratic primaries in ": ,
r i I conscientiously and give every property -! May, I earnestly, solicit the supportof : -.:;.:
I citizen. : YA' .
f I owner a square LL'ELECTRIC' ;"
I will appreciate your vole and I have lived in Hendry county for &: .. ,i,Y) n .''. .i..:.
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support. the past seven years and am a Hendry '. :
county property owner and taxpayer.I :: I: ; : :!::: .
IL, E. (BERT) O'BRIEN. 8 H- ..
worked my way through .i
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l I> I II : and college and graduated witha :'. :. H 0 M E. ::. flA;:
B. A. degree; took advanced coursesin & '
CIRCUIT CLERK education at 'University of Florida :::!: $;!
summers 1935 and 1938, and have yy.
I always kept in close touch with the .V. i .:...
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TO THE VOTERS AND MY MANY latest -educational methods' Had 10 .:... /' ;
: years experience as classroom teacher, yV
I wish to announce my candidacy assistant principal and principa'.- v yyii
r for re-election to the office of Clerkof six of them in the Clewiston' School:
( the Circuit Court. In making this therefore, I feel that I am :well =: : Electricity is the modern servant, ; a servant that :i:::
announcement I wish to
express my qualified for this position.If .

appreciation fidence given for me the in support the past.and con-' promise elected an economical ycur superintendent business ,ad-I :::3:;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::;:

During the time I have been Clerk ministration and will exert every home and that will do everything quickly efficient:1: ::1:
I have done my best to administer the effort toward greatly improving our i*::::: one ,
affairs of this office in a business- ,
county schools. I thank
ycu. *
like manner. If you see fit to re- I. :::+ ly and economically. :X':::
elect me I promise to give the, best B. E. HERRING. : .. c :.
service of which I am capable. I :

WILLIAM T. HULL. I I :t;::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;:::

FOR SCHOOL District BOARD No.3 MEMBER I I :i:::' give your eyes two "hours of safe reading light or operate : i:

FOR CLERIC CIRCUIT COURT This the will office announce of school my board candidacyfor member I :;::;=;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is *::

This is to announce that T am n from District No.3, Clewis ton. ::
candidate for the office of Clerk of I formerly served on the board in m:::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. .;'.::.
Circuit Court County subject :
Hendry District No. 1 and since moving to :
'. to the Democratic Primaries In -lewiston have served as a trusteeIn Y

(; -"..d.... May.I am well qualified for the office am the well local qualified district.for Feeling the position that I I fl:;::i: That is why it is so easy to have'and enjoy a 'home :!:::

and, if elected.. I will conduct the' ask your support and vote on May
business of I the office in an efficient 7,. 1940. ::;::;: that is all electric and modern. :i::;:
manner. need no introduction to +
the voters of the county and can A. '0. WARD.. AX .'.:.
only say, "Vote for Charlie". I c :,t,
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' hereby announce myself: a candidate :: ; ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :'; :;::f:

I FOR REPRESENTATIVE for the office of County Judgefor V

Hendry county, subject to the .
r i In announcing candidacy for Democratic Primaries in May. I feel .Iii.'I'S
re-election to the my office of State that I am thoroughly qualified to :- : *=::
Representative from Hendry county, promise fill this to office and if elected. I :;::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. : ,
subject to the Democratic primariesin use Fair, Impartial and xx
Sound Judgment in all the affairsof X+
May, I solicit the .c..c.
earnestly sup .
this office. *' : .. '...r
port of citizen. If elected I .t..t.
every \.
Your vote and will be '
shall continue the ; support fff
to represent county 1A
In all matters coming before the heartily appreciated. .;.
I legislative branch I Thanks,
of our Democratic
form of government to the best +.;.
I very
of my ability. I shall be glad to discuss R. M. (BOB) HARRIS. : VVVJ

with any one such matters of I v ? YYvl
legislation as they are Interested in. VJi

:My campaign will be based on the ; FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
merits involved in the office and &

I will county have ELBERT offices I no connection or L.candidates.STEWART with other County T subject am take a to Judge this candidate the means for Democratic for to Hendry announce the office Primary county that of Ji Glades Power and tight Co. j jA !!

i in May. ;
I hold degrees of bachelor of laws .. .U.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IX THE bachelor of arts, and bachelor of 'ff.t.
II LEGISLATURE OF rilE STATEI science lawyer, teacher, engineer)..
FLORIDAI I have been an accountant for the .:.,c.
I i United States Steel Corporation. I .... .' .c..!.
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in the Second District.The Monday in Jacksonville. On Tues- marl and shell to prevent settle- bottom will be from four to. six:
RECORD NUMBER OFCANDIDATKQUALIFY Third District post from day morning he started across the ment. The grade from the levee feet high. '
northern tier of counties wherehe
which Millard Caldwell will retireat along, the course of the present There will be 552.5 lin. feet of
will briefly in most
the end of his present term is munities."I .speak com- road will be raised only slightlybut concrete, deck and rail. bridges set >!> !
sought by f Democrats: D. Stu- thenew' grade across the creek I on timber piling. I
art Gillis of DeFuniak Springs, am' appearing before Florida
Parkhill Mays of Monticello, RobertF. voters upon my record," Senator ---- -- i
The record number of candidates Sikes of Crestview and G. Pierce Andrew- stated, "and I really -
qualified for offices In Hendry Wood of Quincy. : prefer to visit with the people
the large AmPLE FunDS
county is matched by
their and
state-wide offices Neither member of the National listen to sugges-
Executive Committeefrom tions, and inform myself more
before the Sat-
who were qualified deadline with Florida sought re-election. fully upon the things which interest i
urday mid-night "
them most.
Secretary of State R. A. Gray. Candidates for the post which

Included in the list were more Harry H. Wells of Tallahassee will Dragline At Work
than ninety aspirants to member- leave are Allie Bayard Angle, Tam= :

ship in the state's delegation to pa; W. J. Bivens, Tampa; Paul A. Cleaning Out CreekA j
the National Democratic Conven- Brown, West Palm Beach; Joe M. for
Carbrera, Key West; Lee Colvin,

tion.At the ,close of business Saturdaythe Pensacola; R. Herman Jarman, dragline of the U. S., Engineersis
Secretary of State's office listed Pensacola; John E. Mathews, Jacksonville at work cleaning the, hyacinthsand r

the following candidates for the ; Perry Nail, Palatka; bushes from, the 'Fisheating
important offices: Dwight L. Rogers, Fort, Lauderdale, Creek opening into the Lake and
more '
and Byrd Sims, Pensacola.. in doing so are removing a portionof
For Governor-Democrats: James '
Seeking the job now held by Hor- the bar which has formed there
James H. '
Barbee, ; HOmELDADS .
Clancy, Panama City; Walter B. tense K. Wells :of Tampa are Mrs. and has prevented proper' drainage -
Spessard L. Neil Alford of Jacksonville, 'Enid from the Creek since the 1926
Fraser, St. Augustine;
Broward Hardee of Jacksonville and storm.
Carl Maples,
Holland, Bartow;
Waukulla; B. P. Paty, West Palm Polly Rose of St. Petersburg. While it is not anticipated that
the work now being done'will en- te"e:
Beach; Burton Schoepf, Tampa; "0(
Hans Walker, Ocala; Fuller Warren, 9,879 ,Boats Use tirely relieve the situation the engineers yon We can helpyou..with
feel that if small i(
a open-
Jacksonville and Francis' P. Whitehall' ante W the
'F. ing is provided that the creek dur- f\t'\ PL
Republican John
DeLand. :
Locks To Cross R finest
Walter, Daytona Beach. ing the rainy season will wash a ct .
channel through the bar of sufficient r in
United States SenatorDemocrats State WaterwayFigures :
: Senator C. O. Andrews, Or- width to permit: the waterto
lando; Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee go into the Lake' and not back -t S'\'o'
released this week by
Charles Francis Coe. West ,over adjacent. farm lands.
; the; U. S. Engineer office to W. P. "
Palm Beach; Gov. Fred P. Cone, Drainage ditches which will be ,
franklin of Fort Myers for use
Lake City O. B. Hazen, Pahokee, constructed across the Creek bottom
in compiling a report to substantiate Clewiston Federal
and Bernarr MacFadden, Miami needs for further improvementof along the new roadway are also Savings
Beach. Republican: Miles H. Dra- expected to greatly facilitate drain- I
the Cross-State Waterway, showthat
per, Tampa. 9,879 boats have been locked age in the area.
Secretary: of State-Democrat: R. through, the Moore Haven locks 'The Lake level, because of recent -I. and Loan Association
incumbent. heavy rains is now approaching -
A. Gray, Tallahassee, between the opening of the water- I ..
Attorney General Democrats: the 17-foot maximum permittedby
way in 1937 and the twentieth of

Ed. R. Bentley, Lakeland Beach; MillardB. E. B. March, this year. This included issued the yesterday Engineers to-begin and 'orders discharging were :..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...
Conklin, Daytona ;
1,907 yachts and the total tonnageof
Donnell, West Palm Beach; E. P. all craft was 103,966 tons. 3800 ,second-feet of water throughthe
Martin, Plant City, and J. Tom St. Lucie Canal. The Caloosa- X
Watson, Tampa. Republican: Harry These figures were submitted by hatchee will not be used for .discharge { I ?
Mr. Franklin to an engineer hearing -
Shad, Gainesville. unless it is found that the
Comptroller-Democrats: Frank in Washington held on Mondayof St. Lucie cannot bring the level Y h

Brown, Jacksonville; E. G. Fraser, this week through a representative down to '16.0 by the first of May.,

Macclenny, and J. M. Lee, Tallasassee as he was unable to attend. I Iy I\\

Treasurer, incumbent.-Democrats: J. -Edwin This feasibility hearing of deeper was water to determine between Construction Work CLEWISTON GOLF ..

Fort Myers and Punta Rassa.In .
Larson, Keystone Heights; R. L. 'Started on ,Road 29
Richard, Keystone Heights, and commenting upon the reportMr. !I I

William Wainwright, Starke. Franklin said: "Just observethe COURSE
Superintendent of Public Instruc- popularity of our 'cross-state .. .
(Moore Haven Democrat) :, .
tion-Democrat Colin Tal- waterway, There were 461 'plea- j.. :
: English, T. A. Vaughn superintendent for 'z- j. :z:
lahassee, incumbent. sure craft or yachts locked throughat Ebersbach Construction' ,Company on iJ ,. .:', ,J"' .z.

Commissioner of Moore Haven in 1937. The ............... :" z' J ,z.
agriculture- the grading and surfacing of the .......... ', j J %
figure in 1938 was 535 pleasure y
Democrat: Nathan Mayo, Tallahassee section of road 29, from Wise's
craft. The figure of 1939 andso
'incumbent., Corner to the levee returned to
Member of the State Railroad far this year: has been 911.. Moore Haven :Monday to. supervisethe I r h:
The total of all boats having used -
Commission Democrats:' W. B. construction of the second section ?
Douglass Tallahassee, incumbent, the waterway', most of them for of this ,work for the same If ?
and S; C. Peacock Orlando. crossing the .state, is almost 10-
Republican -

Attorney: B. George General Griffith George, Miami.Couper show merits 000 in improvement.engineers three years.' what",That'waterway!ought to week Only clearing a small crew right-of-way is at work, this and I .... [ Open to the Public ] jl: j ,

Gibbs and Treasurer W. V. Knott making preparations for the arrivalof 1

did not ask for renomination. the long-boomed dragline the
Senator BusinessV
Three members of Congress were Keeps latter part of the week' ,which will :i: h

unopposed for Democratic renomi- be used in throwing up the em-
nation. They are J. H. Peterson of Going During CampaignOrlando bankment across the Fisheating

the First District, Pat Cannon of Creek bottom. Plans are for the

the Fouth and Joe Hendricks of March 29 (Special)- dragline to begin work at the h
the Fifth. Emory Akerman, of Or- Senator Charles O. Andrews stressed point where the new grade leaves i h

lando is the unopposed candidatefor here Saturday, during a brief the present, road, at the point where

Republican nomination in the interruption in' his active campaigntour the! present road curves toward the :;: 'Moderate Green Fees :=!: '
Fifth District.
of the state, that his office creek. ..
In the Second District the in- in Washington remains fully staffed The project will be one of the :; Exceptional Fairways, :::
cumbent, R. A. Green of Starke, and is caring fpr all public busi- most complete ever attempted in

has as opponents for Democratic ness as efficiently as if he were this county, the quantity sheets 3: Interesting Greens =:
nomination J. G. Cary of Jackson- there. showing 164,124 cubic yards of ::

ville and Charley E. Johns of After visiting nine counties last excavation, 3,700 yards of whichis .!.

Starke. Francis M. McHale of Jacksonville "'eek, with unanimously cordial muck which is being ,taken out

is the Republican candidate I Ir reception, Senator Andrews spent of the roadbed to be replaced by ........................................".............. ..............................................................................................................................


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"' I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee had F. EDWARD BRYANT SPEAKER I for you might go for this kind of FOR MODERN: PLUMBINGSec

as their guests recently Mr. Mc- AT MEETING OF GARDEN CLUBF. film fare and I wouldn't want to

Gehee's brother-in-law and sister persuade you different, 'cause you W. B!. McCOLLUM
Personals Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jackson and Edward Bryant, of Azucar and have your tastes and I have. mine. \
. J son. Dennis of Fort Myers. Palm Beach, was guest speaker at Plumbing and Heating ;:

the Clewiston Garden Club meetIng NEW STORE BUILDING HERE IS Schiilt Allurtments' 1

___ George Bestor left Sunday to which was held at the Clewis- COMPLETED BY J. F. TIPPEY Clevtiston, FloridaJohnson's ,

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez resume his studies at Georgia Techin ton Inn yesterday afternoon.Mr. I I II ... ,
Atlanta after spending Easter I Bryant's topic was shrubberyand I J. F. Tippey, local building con
spent the week-end In Fort Myers. week here with his parents Mr. he spoke from his experienco tractor; completed construction the ::

and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. in planting and maintaining the I first of the week of the new store Fish Camp .
Mrs. C. F. Mountain are
Mr. and shrubbery on the beautiful groundsat building which was constructed adjoining -
visiting relatives in Sebrlng. Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Kolstad and Azucar. He first warned against I the new post-office. (-Near Hurricane Gate)

son Kim, and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard early pruning following a killing The building is occupied by the Clewiston, Fla. :;
Mr. and Mrs. N._ V. S. Mumford Simpson and Mrs. Olin Carleton ,at- frost or freeze. It is best to wail I Ben Franklin 5 and 10 which Boats and 1.lotors-Guide Service

were Easter visitors in Palm Beach. tended services in West Palm Beach until the new growth is established, this week-end. The store is opens I II Rates ReasonableW.

Sunday.Mrs. and then cut back an inch or two I I the management of Mrs. Elberta II. Johnson' Mgr.
Mrs. E. E. Jeffcoat"and daughters, into the live wood. Whidden a sister of Postmaster A.

Elsie and Betty, left Monday to William McStay and daughter Mr. Bryant spoke of.the varietiesI I W. Sias.ENTIRE.

i A spend a few months in Augusta Ga. Julia, who have been visitingthe I I of palms trees and shrubs which ..
former's sister, Mrs. Blanche i SCHOOL FACULTY :'
I require the least attention and are .
Mr., and Mrs. Joe Daughtrey of Turner left Thursday for their I' most practical for planting around ATTENDS FEA MEETINGThe :
home in Brooklyn.Mr. {
LaBelle visited friends in Clewison ---1- homes, and recommended' including
entire faculty of the Clew-
Stewart and citrus and other fruit trees as well
Sunday. and Mrs. E. L. ',',
islon school is attending all 'or a
Jack Moorman werevisitors In as Brazilian pepper and other orna-

Parker Wilson and Pete Chagariswere Arcadia Wednesday Mr.: Stewart going I mentals for background planting. part of the sessions at the Florida ,..f

visitors at ,the baseball gamein over for an examination at During the business session, the Educational Association convention '

Fort Myers Sunday afternoon.Mr. the Arcadia hospital following president ,appointed 'a nominating in Orlando this week-end. School

several days illness. committee with Mrs. E. L. Stewart, was dismissed Wednesday at noon. ';
chairman to report at the April .f"
and Mrs. Richard C. Wilson ; Those attending are Principal R.
and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were visitors Mrs. Z. H. Shelley, who has spent meeeting. The Club voted a gift '. '
in Miami Monday.Mr. three months here with her son. of five dollars to the Children'sHome W. Turk Ernest Hall Mrs. G. B.

1 -:--- I I Emmett Shelley left yesterday foi Society and also voted to Thomas Mrs. J. E. Baker Miss l ':

and Mrs. Sidney Crochet, her' home in Cuthbert Ga. Mr pay a delegate's expenses to the I Ruth Knight Mrs. B. Miyares, Mrs. :

Miss Mildred Durst and Ed Ward Shelley accompanied his mothci state federation of Garden Clubs' I E. H. Holstine, Miss Evelyn Bur-: \ I I.t. -,::
were Sunday visitors in Fort Myers.Mr. to West'' Palm Beach. I I meeting in Daytona in April. Re- :>,
hans Miss Alice Sleinholtz Mrs. 1i
ports on lectures and flower shows ,
and Mrs. George Augur, Mrs.F. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hostettertwo I I were given by members who attend- Mack Greene, Mrs. :Wallace Arey ',',

D. Hessie, Carol and Jean Augur I and children of Rockville, Indiana ed. and Miss Evelyn Bell.

spent Friday In West Palm Beach. I I arrived in Clewiston Satur-
Hostesses for yesterday's meet-
day and visited until Wednesdayas :
ing were ''Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. Ginsnet Scientifically. Broken ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Miles LenxKitted
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gravely of guest
O. F. Schiffli Mrs. H. A. Bestor and and Repaired Duplicated ..
LaBelle were visitors in Clewiston Thomas at their home on the government Mrs. K. Bowden. DR. -F. D. GUDBAUR I
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Easter Sunday ,f reservation.
r I I Attending were Mrs. W., F. Simpson Optometrist t ,.
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Benny and David Prewill young Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs. C. Arcade
Mrs. Hemp Conerly, Mrs. Wilson I Fort Mycr, Florida
sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pre Nelson, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. I
Conerly and baby and Mrs. A. B. Successor to K. H. Oakley
Mershan of'' Okeechobee visited In watt, who have been quite ill, were W. H. Lanier Mrs.A. O. Ward, Mrs.B. .

Clewiston Thursday.Miss patients in the Lee Memorial Hospital E. Herring Mrs. C. J. Neilson SPESSARD ,L. -1

in Fort Myers for several days. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. E. E. BABY CHICKS-$3.85 hundred C.
I .
Kathleen Lewis of Tampa Mrs. Prewitt brought them home Kelly, Mrs. C. E. Nail Mrs. F. O. .D. Heavy mixed. $5.85. AAAA HOLLANDFOR

spent Easter week-end here visit- Tuesday much improved.PlankSchuler. Deane Duff Mrs. H. C. Kolslad, RED or ROCK PULLETS $8.45

ing her sister, Mrs. W. W. Perry Mrs. Olin 'Carleton, Mrs. F. M. hundred. Write. D. W.: Nichols Company GOVERNOROF

and. family. Rodriguez Mrs. J. F. Morrison, I. King.ston. Georgia. ap26
Mrs. Kent Pendleton, Mrs. ,R. N. .
Mrs. C. H. Berner Carline and Smith Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. I He has always been a champ-
Bobby Berner, Jo Ann Crouch and Miss\ Adrienne Schuler and George Royal Mrs. Ralph Bishop ion of the people. '

Mrs. Gorda Collins spent Saturdayin Donald Plank of Clewiston were Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. '.1. F. Tippey MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL -';'

West Palm Beach. married in a pretty ceremony performed Mrs. Zerney 'Meredith, Mrs. E. M. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS He has always been a foe
at the First Baptist churchat I of the sales tax. '
Cornelle, Mrs. W. W. Perry; Mrs. Maps Estimates :
Miss Harriette Hayward left Fri- four o'clock Easter afternoon by
Otto Larsen, Mrs. R. H. Knight
JOHN H. DOTY He three times passed repealof
day for her home in New York Rev. H. G. McLeroy.The .
and Mrs. Josephine Knight. the gross receipts tax in
church was beautifully decorated I Engineering Consultant'
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. V/ senate.
Bigg for several weeks. with ferns and yellow calla SPICER *
OUTDOOR SUPPER IN Hopkins Bldg. Clexviston, Fla.
illies. The wedding music was GARDENS EASTER SUNDAY, Holland has never professionally -
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartsfield furnished by Miss Alice Steinholtz represented any rail- ",

and baby of Fort Myers were guestsof and Mrs. B. E. Herring, pianists Miss 'Marlon-'Le 'dig was hostess road, power company, public

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith Sun- and Mrs. L. M. Garrison who sang at an outdoor< buffet 'supper Sunday utility or other interest of

day. Cadman's "At Dawning" and Carrie evening for the guests of her J.M. COUSE that sort.

I Jacobs Bond's "I Love You Truly", family Mrs. F. W. DeLozier,' Mrs. THE BEST GAUGE OF WHATA
i Joe ,Schroeder, Parker Wilson The bride, wore a blue sports ensemble Albert Raughpaugh and Mrs. Ever' Counselor and Attorney at Low MAN WILL DO IN THE

Gratton George and Bob Logan at- with blue accessoriesand Miller. Hopkins Building FUTURE IS THE RECORDOF
tended the baseball game in Sebring carried an arm bouquet of Those attending the supper were Wednesdays and Saturdays ,THE PAST. '

Thursday. callas. She was attended by her Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Dan I 9:30 to 1:00

sister, Mrs. Clyde Baker and Mr. and Bruce Beardsley Mr. and Mrs.J. .
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J. E. Beardsley, A. W. Lawrenceand Baker was the groom's attendant. G. Niblack Johnnie Niblack Mr.
J. M. Couse attended a base- Mrs. Plank is the daughter of and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch Miss Barbara ..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:":'":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:...:.

ball game in Sebring Thursday Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Schuler of De- Morrison, Miss Florence Graham (

afternoon. 1 Funiak Springs and has made her Miss Bobbie Spicer Mr. and Mrs. R. I WtAR i iI

I, home here with Mrs. Baker for N. Smith Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, I

Miss Emily Schroeder, C. E. the past six months. Mr. Plank Mrs. Thomas Guardhouse Mr. and II" !

Schroeder and Mrs. Helena Beachof came here a year ago from Zolfo Mrs. Kent Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs.I I I ..f
S .
Stuart spent Sunday here with Springs and is connected with the Joe Robbins. John Robbins, Marion .!. :"

Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder.Mr. U. S. Engineers. The couple will and .''Billy DeLozier Mr. and Mrs.I. I !I Q
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and Mrs. F. Deane 'Duff reside, in ,Clewiston. ., D. Leydig and Mrs. Leah Spicer. I :!.:

spent' the week-end in Palm 'Beach XY
with Mrs. Duff's parents Mr. and W. M. S. HOLDS, MEETING AT INTO. I : :.
Mrs. Edward Bryant.H. MOVING. ?

C. Post G. E. Etherton Pete regular meeting of the W. MOVIELAND Y Y ?

Chagaris and Wilbur Goff attendeda M. S. was held at the Baptist church Y

baseball game in' Sebring yester- Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. C. I By DICK OWEN .1.1r Y y, r J\4 ??
+ day. R, Krueger Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Y ?
Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. R. J. r 'i Y

Miss Roberta Spicer and Miss I Blount, Mrs. V. C. Woodward. Mrs.C. I'm "in the mood" right now I Yy

Barbara Morrison left Monday for Nelson, Mrs. H. E. Walker Mrs.L. and you can take that as a pun II krjt. ) s it

Tallahassee where .they are attend- M. Garrison, Mrs. J. H. Davis if you like-Gee, isn'l, that a swell y y :;a \
ing Florida State College. and Mrs. W. R.. Broaderick taking '
song! But I'm a little off the subject :;
part In the program. The topic I'll give II i
and to get back on Y
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Augur and was "Steadfast in the Homeland" calendar. Y
you the week's show I
family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and the program was prepared by I I Sunday-Monday, March 31-April y Y ?
P. in Canal Point Mrs. B. E. chairman of N ?
G. White Sunday; Herring 1. This is a picture some producers I Y. .
afternoon. the committee. I (. ..
program ) "
but can'lforgel
would like to forget YOU I : \
Others the meeting Y ?
attending Alice Faye and Warner Y
Mrs. Alice Austin of Jamestown, were Mrs. Sam Young Mrs. M. deserve better .Y' ..
Baxter. They really : .
New York arrived Saturday fora C. Doke, Mrs. E.. M. Cornette, Mrs.A. than this. You almost believe y ?
visit with her niece Mrs. M. W. H. ,King Mrs. I. S. Bell Mrs.A. which ':
Warner is old
t. Bigg and Mr. Bigg.: D. Dixon, Mrs 'V. L. Springer aren't supposed growing to, truth or you not :: and they BOTH get a fit in FORTUNES :!:

Mrs. C. M. Allen Mrs. R. C. Nowl- describe y yy
"Barricade" is hard to y
Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli ing Mrs. C. W. Nail Mrs. Vent ...
and and I won't attempt.TuesdayWednesday. .. "We give all types of men exactly the .,..
left Mrs. W. J. Robison Mrs. Don ";. u :i:
sons early Thursday morningto
April : same expert service in fitting. We keep a .
few in Plank Mrs. H. G. McLeroy Mrs. I STYLING .'.
spend a days Highlands ..
"U Boat 29" must be a British ..:. full range of widths.and sizes in smartly AUTHENTICATED BY W)I .!.
North Carolina Arch Hodges and Miss Veda Arndt.
propaganda picture,. judging from + styled FORTUNES. Our salesmen arc HARRY AlSTON W ;.i'
its title and its two British stars ::: trained. They know fitting. Buy FORTUNES c.- 0 :::
Mrs. Christine Roberts Miss MRS. ETHERTON WINS HIGH #:
Valerie Hobson and Conrad Veidt. : ;g: ;
here'and more than X
Eloise Marsh Louis Wethington I PRIZE AT CLUB MEETINGMrs. I So brace yourself and don't be :i!; for you'll get -= ,:'
and Bob Harris, spent the weekend'in + you expect your.money. YmoRlfUNIE
R. M. Hare jr. was hostessto too swayed or prejudiced. Sounds
Miami visiting Mrs. Roberts
parents -
members' of her bridge club exciting.
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman.Mr. I 1
4-5 Thisis
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Glen Thursday-Friday, April : :

and Mrs. N. V. 's. Mumfor-l Etherton won a Fostoria salt and a Ginger Rogers film, and al- AND OF

have as their guest for several Java pepper shaker as high prize Mrs. though I don't like her you probably -

their son, N. V. S. Muinfordj jr., of Foy Durrence a double deck of do, and you'll probably like the sE

Providence R. I., who is here cards for .low prize and Mrs. A. picture Fifth, Avenue Girl". It SMO

during spring vacation at his schoo1! C. Carlton a clothespin apron as falls short of "Bachelor Mother" yv
cut prize. but Miss Rogers had little help( 1Parkinson's

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. LIddell of Mrs. Hare served strawberry James Ellison and 'Katherine Aldrich v

Sarasota former residents of Clew- shortcake with coffee to Mrs. do add some. It's about a

iston have announced the birth ofa Etherlon Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. Carl- poor hungry girl who is taken in

baby daughter on March 25. The lon Mrs.! John Elmore, Mrs. Harry by a lovely wealthy: "sugar daddy"

baby has been named Linda. Knight Mrs. C. E. Miner' and Mrs. (Dixie Crystals) and his family I

B. J. Schroeder. disapprove. I don't think, you
Mrs. Elberta Whidden, of Punta will! y
Gorda, has arrived to act as manager Saturday April 6: "City of v

er of the new Ben Franklin, store FOR RENT-Two sleeping rooms. Darkness" presents Lynn Bari and '
here. Mrs. Whidden is a sister of '
Toler which
Sidney means nothingto
Phone 76. F. L. Williamson tf.
Postmaster A. W."' Slas. me.' Don't ask me to go further (..:MX..X..X..X..X"X..X..X..X X..X..X''X"X' -

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' CHAPTER. Xvi Sister Jennie rose, too, and said: unpronounceable, 'even when he "Long times go by and the gar- to we2r. ....
r -14- "You're a vision, my dear. And handed Jebb his card with a legend dener is almost forgetted it all. c.

f : The tragi-ridiculous perplexity oJ; since Dr. Jebb is called to Budapestfor like a line of pied type: When today comes you again and he

Jebb solved itself. He heard a rus a day or so, I,
tle and Miruma came to him as with my brother, and me to the He asked Jebb' 'to 'call him wants to fight it. It is cu-rious; you Zr'r
swiftly as she had vanished. He Opera tonight. "George Checkless" for short and are looking .for a child and you WNU Service. --
greeted her with effusion: Miruma accepted with a bashful for easy. He explained, without be- look like a mans vat. looses a child."

"Thank heaven, you came, for I gratitude, and Jebb and she set out ing asked, that he had been swept "I am the man," said Jebb "I
for their drive. into America on one of those tidal '
just- was-ill, and I wandered in a
was of away
Along the broad glory Ring-
"I came to beg that you forgeeve the Danube by the waves that nearly depopulated manyan -a sort of delirium. When I came Latent Energies

;. me for to be so rude to you. Jebb Aspern strasse,Bridge over and down the Prat- Hungarian village; he -had be- to my senses I was in another coun- Whenever a. motive is great

Effendi has been so kind to me. It erstrasse the horses galloped.In come naturalized, had prospered, try, and I couldn't remember." enough, an emergency large

is to heem I owe that I, am free. the Prater the turmoil was gay, and returned to his country with Checkless almost swooned at so enough, a responsibility heavy

. I am very bad. I have not the right bewildering. The long colonnadesof Yankee ideas. much history in such essence. enough? call out the hidden reserves -\
After desultory conversationMr.
'' to be angry that he-" in the HauptAlleewere some in'our nature, latent ener-
"So! Den all
Checkless rose with a: yet got to do it is to
"Deceived you. Say it!" said Jebb choked with people. And the find the gentlemans and lady vat gies spring forth which carry'' everything -
humbly, but she would not accept air was tremulous with music from hear"Excoose de please."I got to go and keeps the child in cold storatch and before them.-O. S. M.

, the word. the Viennese and the Magyar bandsin newspaper. ''
say: ve are again. t
,' did telled the At the entrance'was a "Hear the newspaper!
:,. -That he not me the cafes. WOMEN! Help ward off functional
:' things I have no right to know. Let circle where stood a naval monu- "Sure. Ve got a telephone. news- "We must find "them at once. What periodic pains by taking Dr. Pierce'sFavorite

us be friends once more-yes? Tell ment on a stone column with bronze paper. Ain't you heard him? Come was their name? Prescription over a period of

i: me you forgeeve me for to be jealous prows protruding. It reminded Jebbof listen once." I On hearing the question translated time. Helps build physical resistanceby
." the entrance to Central Park via He led Jebb to a telephonelikeaffair the garde'ner. made them wait improving nutritional assimulation.

"Oh, don't-" he was going to say; Columbus Circle and its monument.He on the wall and putting the ; while he went to the tool-house and -Adv.

t r "don't stop being jealous of me!' longed to be there again, and receiver to Jebb's ear watched while brought from his coat a soiled and

t. but he caught himself. above all he longed to have'Mirumathere Jebb listened to a clear voice spill- wrinkled card bearing this, and this Rarest of Arts ,
There was no time to explain or with him. ing consonants lavishly: only: The art .of life is the most distinguished -
r"- to let Miruma escape. Miss Lud- "Jebb Effendi goes to Budapest "You don't understand it? No? Let NIKOLAI POGODINMachinesaecrire and rarest of all the

f' lam was at Jebb's elbow with the thees evening to find the little child. me listen." Flaubert arts.

." check folded and palmed, as if .it Could I not help by to go too?" He took Jebb's: place and a star-
': were a slight tip. She pretended to "You could-of course you could, tled expression came over him. VARSOVIE ET PARIS trMPq
him and left the but-but I could hardly take you with "Dere goes anudder bunch of
i., shake hands with Checkless gleaned from this:
dough for me..Prooklyn Rapid Tren-
she released the clasp: me. ;
money as "Why?" sit closed two points off last nightin "He ,is a Rossian name, and he '
((1 "There you are, Mr. Pier-Dr. sells "
"Don't you see?- don't you real- New Yorick." French typewriters in Poland.
t; Jebb, and" I can never thank you ize-it would-it would be unfairto Checkless repeated more news: "I see that," said Jebb. "But THROAT

enough. you; it would compromising." "Now the newspapers say the Kinkof this does not tell where he lives in
"Don't thank me at all-er-er- Has cold it hurt
England to Carlsbad nextmont' a made
want comes Budapest ask him.
"If do not me- ;
t- Miss Ludlam I present to you you even to talk? Throat rough
: may Now he de odds on
'' "Oh!" The sight of her distress names The gardener turned the card over and scratchy? Get a.box of i'
,; -may I present to you-Miss-Ma- de horse-races dis afternoon." '
his love at hisCheckless Luden's.You'nfindLuden'scooling
unnerved him; was and put an earthy finger on a penciled -
heaven's sake hanim ef-
t dame-for But Jebb was not interested in pecial ingredients,with
r fendim, what is your name? She's Hungarian horse-races. Jebb had a address on the back of the menthol, a great '' '
card. But it had been blurred till aid in helping soothe that '
earth but I
my dearest on a \Q fS rIt curiosity to see this Margaret's Island "sandpaper throatl"LUDEN'S F..
nothing legible but -
don't know her name!" where he and Cynthia had been "
' "I am Madame Miruma Janghir.I together. Here George Checkless 5*
did take my father's name" took pleasure in acting as Vergil to "Who is Ulloi-ut?" said Jebb.
Menthol /
Miss Ludlam was staring with his Dante. They crossed a heavy "He is a street, one of the long, Cough Drops

both ears at this mysterious conver- + Y-shaped bridge to the huge em- est streets in Pest."

sation. She was as much interestedin erald set in the tarnished gold of The gardener could remember
Miruma as Miruma in her. Each the Danube.He nothing more. The number of the Sins Come to Light

-' was exotic to the other. Miss Lud- I found himself in a rose gar- house had been there, but it was We never perceive our sins till

lam sat,down and motioned the oth-I den and here as his nostrils wid- rubbed off his memory as well as we begin to cure them.-Fenelon.

er two to sit. ened over the fragrance, his arm the card.

I'- To explain this ring legend himself was suddenly,clutched by a peasant, ,
was intolerable, so Jebb rose and Sr evidently a gardener, who bombarded Abruptly Checkless was smitten
said: 1 him with a shower of gutturals with an idea.
The Pleasant to
'. "Won't you two talk to each othera which he supposed to be. peasant "I got it," he said. "Ve go to Way

few moments, while I go find out Hungarian. the telephone newspaper and tell Correct Constipation F::), }
about the trains to Budapest? I 1< "What's the matter with the old them they got to tell everybody in

j must. take the first one." f. boy?" Jebb asked Checkless. "Doeshe Budapest all about it, and maybesure Why let yourself In for' all the
Seeing that Miruma was afraid think I'm, going to carry off his somebody telephones to the of- discomfort of constipationandthen
and deeply troubled either at this garden?" fice something about it." have to take an emergency

news or at behg left with her sup- At length the interpreter interpreted The vocal advertisement was accepted medicine-if you can avoid both.
posed rival, Jebb added: : "He says how dare you came for its news value without by getting .at the cause, of the
Iw1 1 1M trouble?
"And perhaps Miss Ludlam will here." charge and put upon the wires while If your difficulty, like that of
tell you the story of the ring." "Isn't it a public garden?" they waited. millions, is due to lack of "bulk"in

Then he decamped, leaving Minima "Yes, but he says that you came the diet, the "better way" is
,i.{;:' very erect and disdainful toward i here a mont' or so ago and bringeda The rest of the day Jebb spent in to crunchy eat Kellogg's toasted cereal-a All-Bran.natu- .

}. Miss Ludlam. When he came back + little girl vit you, and then valk wandering up and down Ulloi street, ral:food.not a medicine-has just ,y.
f:J: the story had evidently been told, off and leave her to strangers to studying every house and seeing in the"bulk" you need. If you eat it
'i for the two women had their heads protect." each one aden, where Cynthia was every day,it will help you not onlyto
To Checkless' amazement this heinous get regular but to keep regu-
' close together and were on cordial incarcerated.He lar, month after month, by the
,:; terms. He said: accusation seemed to fill Jebb dined with Checkless at the Ho- pleasantest means you ever knew!
i',. "I find there is a train at 6:46- with delight. He embraced the tel Bristol. When they had ordered 'Eat All-Bran often,drink plenty
and treat- of water,and"Join the Regulars."
: earth-smudged gardener
old friend the Orient It
my Express. pieced togetherthe dinner, Checkless went to telephoneto Made by Kellogg's in Battle
.I gets me to Budapest an hour before man's fragmentary story. ed him as a long-lost prodigal. the 'telephone-paper.: He came 'Creek. Sold by every grocer. If
midnight. I think I'd better take back beaming: your condition is chronic it is

r it. There's just time enough for a l very lips. But he could not say CHAPTER ,XV "A man has called up the paper wise to consult a physician.

good drive about Vienna before train anything without saying everything. 9 and says he knows somet'ink. They

time. Would you care to go?" When they reached the hotel it Checkless give him this address and he comes
Miruma was willing enough to go was so late that he had no more After much parley, here minute."
anywhere with Jebb, and she asked than time to make his train, and she pieced together the man's fragmen- any ..
At last a hotel servant brought a Utter Loneliness
only time enough to get a hat anda .less than time to dress for the Op- tary story into this narrative:
"He one day in the efter- man who had asked for Jebb at the What loneliness is more lonely
wrap. When she was gone, Jennie era, which begins at seven in Vi- says Jebb asked Checkless ask
desk. than distrust? Eliot.
noon, you are came here vit a nice -George;
Ludlam, who could, see through a enna.
to sit down and feast. The
; makes the man
c: millstone with a hole in it, and So their good-by was a mere exchange little gyermek-child, answered rather
had guessed at once that Jebb and of hearty promises to meet notice of her, she is so pretty, and stranger -

{. Miruma were'infatuated, lingered to again, and a short hand-grip in the she loves his flowers so. He cannot for himself: AWfUl'PRICE YOU PAY
I ? Ain't I
"Ain't English
crowded hotel corridor.Of understand it vat she say, but he any
c. say:
loves her because she is so lovink gone to New York many times?"
r "She's a perfect dear-and such a course, that evening sister Jen- F0DGNERVOS
?'A. beauty! I'll take care of her for you nie let slip an allusion to the pathetic for his roses. But you did look tired "You are not Mr. Pogodin, then." { :

\ while you are in Budapest. Your affliction of poor 'Dr. Jebb, thinking and sick and you sit on a bensh "Me him? If I was I should yoomp

'- generosity to me was princely. I Miruma knew of it; and of course and go,like you take a little sleep. into the Donan. He is one dam'
"The little girl she plays all the reskel that faller. My name is Las-
' wish I could repay it in some way- Miruma extorted the whole story Facts!
time and talks vit the gardener. He zlo Pataky, proprieting the Pension Read These Important
: but you are so rich. When you come from her before they parted.As make old,haggard
: does not know what lengwitch she Pataky, rates reasonable, food sublime Quivering nerves can you ot
back I have a scheme which might she crept into her bed her cranky-can make your life a nightmare
;' interest you-as a physician; though heart was full of pity for her be- speaks it, but they make signs and ." jealousy, self pity and"the is blues.duo "to female t
Often such nervousness ,
" I dare say you don't practice any loved, wrestling like another Jacob become grand friends. She helps Mr. Pataky was a man of great functional disorders. So take famous LydiaE.

:, more; but perhaps you would lend with a ghostly enemy, but her heart him trim the rosehedge, and gets vit excitability. He was chiefly im- Pinkham's Vegetable and Compound lessen functional to help
calm nerves
1<. me your advice. This is for charity, rejoiced, too," with a radiant happi- the thorns sticked, but is very brave pressed with the fact that Mr. and "irregularities.unstrung" For over 60 years rebel-
; too." ness, since now her intuition told and does not make a cryink. In- Mrs. Pogodin had gone away owing giving Pinkham's of grandmothers Compound has, mothers helped*and aoa

1 On a sudden impulse, he made her that this, and no other cause or stead she makes such a laughink! him money, and that they had refused of daughters thousands"in time of need." Try lit

:' her sit down, and told her briefly the person, was the reason for his asperity i "Soon a lady and gentleman is sit to pay for a vase and a pitcherthe
another bensh and watches the child had broken.
story of his curse, his other person- with her. i on Tale
Half of the
ality, the loss of the child, and his little girl, and they call her and she When Jebb offered to pay for the hears but half who hears one
arrival in Turkey. And her,sympathy Also in Pest there is a Hotel Bris- talks by them. But they are not understanding breakages of Cynthia, Mr. Pataky He
came in a'rush of warm thoughts tol, and Jebb woke there the next her either. The man is became almost amiable. The gist of party only-Aeschylus.

implied in a pressure of his hand, a morning. He had not been long in take her on his lap and lets her a long three-cornered duel with him r

look of compassion, and a few Budapest before he learned that the listen his watch, and they tell the was that Mr. and Mrs. Pogodin triedto HANDY Ueme Uu4M JARS
words: Margit-Szigel was, as Miruma had gardener they weesh God had to sell French typewriters in vain

"I understand. I had a brother, imagined, an island-in English, them a little child gave like that. competition with the American M'L o

a younger brother-Wentworth was Margaret's Island. But, though it "Long time the child plays here, makes. WHITE E ,
his name-he would have been about split the Danube, it lay so far to the and then she makes a looking for (TO BE CONTINUED)

your age now, and he would have north that he could not. see it from you. But you are not there. You
had out of sight. The little Wishing Well Waters Serious Joy
been a great man if-if-it's about a his window. gone
memorial to him that I want to talk He took his breakfast at one of tl;: girl is afraid, but she tries not to The waters of the famous wishing True joy is a serious matter.-

to you some day-oh, be glad, that coffee-houses on the promenade, one cry. The lady and gentleman stay a well at Upwey, Dorset, are so famous Seneca.
you have at least half a life left to of the coffee-houses that have never long while to keep her brave, for that they are not only drunk by

you, Dr. Jebb, and don't despair. closed since they first opened. It they say all the time you surely visitors, but also often bottled and Relieve fIlS I
You have helped so many in dis- gave Jebb untold relief to find Eng- come back. Then the lady and gen- sold in other parts of England. Misery of ft

t., tress. You have helped me. You can, I. lish the favorite language of the tlemans say, 'Ve take her to ,our Greatest fame came to the well IIIcOMe666
you shall help numberless others. town, the affectation of the Magyar.He house and if you see the man you some five years ago when 10 men
And perhaps some day_" had not finished his breakfast tell him we got the child.' who drank from it won $5,000 eachin

He looked a "God bless you!" but when a man at the next table ad- "The gardener says, 'You better an Irish sweepstakes. Hundredsof
he said: dressed him in a rather thick dia- tell the police, too.' And they say, people then crowded to the well 6''

"She is coming now.." And he rose lect and introduced himself as a fel- Yes, they tell the police; but all for a drink and,thousands of bottlesof '
to meet Minuna. low-American. though his name was the same they like to keep the baby.' water from it were sold. .

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-to American Government get away thrift owes from and us'economy the one.idea We in that must living'the get D I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 er Sauvage 10 he years invented received of painstaking' the little propeller.honor research -

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too prevalently have today, that this is at first laughed to scorn, and
a good government to live in because it : -- -= ? V while he was in,prison,for a paltry
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landowners, including Clarence R. I Coleman, Seth Howard. District No.

BowlingThe Biting, president of the United 5-Mrs. Margaret Reeves, Dave
States Sugar Corporation."I Thigpen, M. N. Taylor. r o a c I II I

biggest surprise of the week's want to state," Mr. Biting Those who qualified on the Republican : AND IT WILL
matches in the bowling league was told the board, "that neither my- ticket were:
the Merchants by the I has BE IN THE PAPER
the defeat of self nor anyone represent State Republican Executive !
High School In three straight games any direct or indirect interest in A.
mittee: R. E. Burchard, .
Monday night and the Merchants, any of the proposals you have be- com-I ..
Harrington, Mrs. Mittie -" -- __ _ .
despite a three game win from the fore you. But I do believe very District No. 3-A. A. __ ".' ., _' : = ', ,', h. ',' ,
Commissary Tuesday night were unable strongly that the financial affairs I Mrs. Mittie Harrington. District No.I I i J

to gain better than a tie with of the district should be .straightened 5-Mrs. N. J. Skelly, J. P. War-
the school team for second place. out as soon as possible so nock.

Moore Haven took three from the development of the Everglades may
Administration Office team to give proceed unhampered. If' the pros- '
School Officials At ; .
them a little better hold on first pective confiscatory tax levy: is V

place. Royal's took two out of allowed to stand we might as well .

three from the Chamber of Com- give the Everglades back to the Orlando MeetingC. .f.upply: You ,
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merce in the other game Monday Indians, if they will have It." With
night and the Administration team He told the' board the three ;
E. Miner, Dillon W. Hall, '
took two of three from the Clewis- things to be considered in connection '
Mrs. Homer Taylor"and S. A. .'.,
and Development Cor- .
ton Realty with any refunding plan i : _
Graves attended a meeting of the .
poration team in the only match I are: "Will taxes be reasonable ,
Florida State Association of Coun- .
played last night. enough to permit uses of the land? : WINDOW I CARDS ,
ty School Board Members, which ,
Following the week's play the Is the plan fair and equitable to Orlando'this '. '"
r was held in week.
standings are as follows: all concerned? Can the people ,
who represent you carry the plan Sessions were held'J the Ange- /:, RULED FORMS ,

I to consummation? I bilt Hotel and were presided over .
Team W. L. Pet.
by Carl A. Widdell, of West Palm :
Moore Haven ............ 20 4 ,883 "The landowners are not so much I :'> '. ,LETTERHEADSENVELOPES :.

High School............. 20 10 .667 interested in the face value of refunding Beach, president of the Association.; :, j '.. r:)

Merchants ,..........:....... 20 10 .667 bonds as in the ultimate Chief speakers on the program were !" ."<., '/ ..f .1i
Dr. Ralph L. Eyman, Florida State ; .
Royal's ........................ 15 12 .556 cost of the plan" he said. ,;
College, who subject was "Coordin- .
C.R. & D. ................1416 .466 That the interest of the large "ry 'i :!'t.
ating Teacher Training and Place-
12 18 .400 landowners and the small land- ment with the Needs of the PublicSchools" ', .. '., BILLHEADS. -.'t.. ; ,F -

Commissary ................ 7 23 ..233C. owners are substantially identical, ; \ f'i.
and Dr. Joseph Roemer, ( : / ::
of C. 6 21 .222 was contended by R. C. Alley, sec- 1 i. '" HANDBILLS -;. ,>
George Peabody College, whose S1
The four high individual averages of the Landowners Committee. .
at the end of the week are: He also Insisted that the subject Program was to Meet"Revising Existing the Needs"State School. ; \1 ti :;; :. "... <, L+ :

Ed Ward, C. of C., 156.3; Brantley, contract should not be awarded Superintendent Colin Englishwas :' ';' /v TICK'ETS J ,. ;t.. .....,' .

High School,. 150.7; Markette, to any concern which cannot dem- speaker at the dinner meeting :" h:.. .. :: <[}.; : ;",..

Merchants, 148.1 and Waters, High onstrate its ability to consummatea ?; -,:.. .,-\ ::'
Wednesday night. ,, ETC. '. .
School, 147.1. deal with the bondholders. "
I '
State Representative H. D. Beckof I "

U.' S. S. C. Adm. I Belle Glade and John Kennedy, Income From CCCIs "At a price surprisingly lowQuality r

Crochet ,.......... 123 114 Fort Lauderdale, both urged the .

Bigg ..............134 127 120 employment of a fiscal agent. They Large For State

Bestor ............ 105 101 said the present state of affairsis .

Shelley ............ 106 154 130 holding back. development in thE
Von "Mach ...... 178 156 126 Everglades and the property own- Jacksonville, March 29 (Special) I

Schiffli ............ 137 10't. ers are anxious for a refunding at- -Hendry county's interest in the F- 1'
enrollment which
Total.......... 647 688 584 tempt to be made. quarterly CCC ,
begins in Florida on April 2 and
: Moore Haven I T. M. Cook, the only applicant
Settle ............ 159 129 137 of fiscal to concludes on April 10, is heightened J
for the position agent
.... ... by figures made public here today -
Couse .:. .145, 190 105 I out Printing
appear at the meeting, pointed
Bowden .......... 120 120 136 by the State Welfare Board as
that his proposed contract was onlya
Hardy ............ 118 preliminary one. It would allow to the income received from this

Dowd .............. 158 136 144 source.
him four months' time in whichto
Flanders .... 114 113 district During the month of February, I. J
make a survey of the
Total..........700 689 635 there were 10 young men enrolledin .
and place before the board a com- .
Merchants Should he the CCC from Hendry county,
plete refunding plan.
,George ............ 134 109 and these received in cash compen-
fail to do this or should his plan
Schroeder ...... 136 129 125 but sation the aggregate sum of$300.00, PHONE 39 AND
prove acceptable to the board
Wilcox ...:m..m 140 145 111 which is in addition to' -sustenance;
little time would be lost, he said. OUR
Kelly.............. 120 147 or a total for a 12-month period, REPRESENTATIVEWILL
Mr. Cook expressed the opinion
Markette 146 161 124 using the February''figures as an
I that the most desirable refunding CALL TO ASSIST YOU
Logan ............ .118 average, of $3600.00.. The, enrolleesare :
method would be by direct rego-
Martin ............ 109 paid a monthly wage of $30, -- ...;..
tiations between the district commissioners -
Total..........676 662 616 all of which ,they must return. to
High School and the dependents at home with the ex- ,:. -' (j ? : ..
said it
Since this has failed, he ..
Waters ............ 125 139 167 I to employ ception of a maximum $8. '
to be necessary r
Stone .............. 136 133 111 I a appears fiscal agent. Nobody is prepared On the basis of February allotmen'ts .. :LET US ESTIMATE ON ",
E. Von Mach .. 121 115 138 definite refunding the CCC is bringing $1- .
to present a ,
Vaughn .......... 125 156 125 I 470,960 into the state annually, YOUR NEXT
added. ORDER
plan at this time, he
Brantley __...... 134 182 176 I in addition to I an even larger

Total .......... 701 715 717 ;I amount paid for the maintenanceof
County Boardr the 16 camps in the state and

Iloy;al's for non-enrolled personnel.The .
A. .... I
Driggers 89 135 95
State Welfare Board is the
McLaughlin .... 139 113 119F. (Continued from Page 1)
selecting agency for the CCC, work- t
Holin'worth Circuit Court in and for Hendry
138 131G. '
ing through Jack Horne, its direc-
Stallions .... 133 148 123 County, FI'orida, and Ex-officio
tor this department, and the NEWS
Dummy ........... 98 88 102 I Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners social personnel of the twelve wel-

Total..........607 622 570C. of Hendry County, Florida fare districts.

of C. I do hereby certify that the foregoing April enrollment was announced

; Lanier ............ 98 102 I is a true and correct copy of
by Horne as 689, which will recruit -
' Parkinson ...... 107 136 126 a Resolution which was. approved, the total enrollment to in

Weaver .......... 99 126 115 I adopted and unanimously passed by excess of 4,000 juniors. -., -- .. '" -', . .. I
;:: Clark' ..............104 93 the Board of County Commissioners :- -_ .....-.. _JI"- .......'" "- !4Q'PitiJ':1'.1iMII.: -_ .-

Ward ...m.... m 132 140 181 of Hendry County, Florida, in regular -

! Lawrence ........ 88 120 mid-monthly meeting duly con- I

Total ........... 540' .583 644 I vened in the Commissioners Roomin ,
the Courthouse at LaBelle, Hend-

r':::,. Merchants- ly County, Florida, on the 19th day DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HillS ?

I George ............ 138 121 147 of March, 1940.

Wilcox ....m..... 162 188 121 IN -WITNESS WHEREOF I have

fit' Schroeder ....
124 105 hereunto subscribed my name and

'':' Martin ............ 134' 125 )126 affixed my official seal this 21 day 1 / a 1 2 I Iw'

E Markette ........ 156 144 121 of March, A. D. 1940 at LaBelle,

: Kelly ...........m 108I' Hendry County, Florida.

:; .. Total ?......... 714 686 620 WILLIAM T. HULL,
U. S. S. C. Com. Clerk of the Board of

; Hage ............ 115 133 133 County Commissioners of

Boone ............ 135 105 106 Hendry County, Florida. ,.'

Waters ............ 127 115 92

Bass :............... 93

,< ,Kolstad .:........ 144' 180 153 Many. Qualify-

Oliver ............ 124 87 I.' Guy

Total.........: 614 657 571 (Continued from ,Page 1) Goo 1it
Ep I
Clewiston Realty County Commissioner: District IC .

'; Bell ................ 132 123 151 No. 1-G. E. Etherton, E. E. Kplly. oVd lG6R

Knight ............ 120 114 113 District No. 2-J. Olien Davidson,

Tippy .............. 73 Herbert O'Bannon. District No.

' Swayne .......... 104 145 100 3-Blitz Wegman, Reeder Herron,

( :Wilson ,............ '102 159 139 George H. Poole. District No. 4..- 4 4, ,

.'.' .Small .............. 107 123 Frank McClenithan, Alto Hires. Dis- 3 ? I
,> trict No. 5-E. B. Hull, Jim Mad-
'fatal..........531 658 626
/' ;., U. S. S. C. Office dox, Arthur Peters, W. S. Shoults. f' I1l4
;;:" Member Board of Public Instruction -
Von Mach .... 136 141 143 ,
;: Bigg .-.............. 138 118' 120 : District No. 1-Mrs. Fre 1

Bestor ............ 115 143 95 Dunaway, M. O. Allen, Sr.,' Harry

Crochet .......... 120 133181, Howard, Earl R. Murray. District

Dummy .......... 73 107 100 No. 2-Dillon ,Hall, G. M. 'Vat3on'l ., e
f Total.......... 583 642 639 I District No. 3-A. O. Ward.Constable ,'I.,4'I,: < .
'J ;
: District No. 1-I. S. "

Bell. District No. 2-H. E. Fj.vra--
E. D. D. Refunding- bee. District No. 3-John D. Poo'->. -,'

o' Justice of the Peace: District No

T. (Continued From Page One) 1-G. H. Small.

tective Committee, will refuse to County Democratic Executive!

: deal with Mr. Exselsen was mem- Committee: District No. 1-Mrs.

tioned! by Attorney R. K. Lewis, Agnes Y. Thomas, Carl Berner. District ;-
:?-- who discussed the financial abilityof No. 2-Mis. Nancy H. Ste- J

the three applicants to handle wart, Norman 'Varrinel' Dietrtc* 04 { 6ASOllNt LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES."

the refunding operation No 3---"Irs. Laura Yeomanp:, Mts TMt11 -'

Mr. Lewis appeared at an open Olney Blount O'Banion, E. L. Stal- nt t INCREASES, POWER SAVES WEAR .:
meeting in the morning along with lings, Arthur Reckwerdt. District ,_
other representatives of other large No, 4-Mrs, J. M Walker Lubbert --


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