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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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WORK PUSHED ON Clewiston Is Free U.: S. CANE EXPERT I COUNTY TO GET Clewiston. Water I SHAWANO FIRST

From Medfly Menace Gets High Rating "..

27 FOOT DIKE JOINS STAFF OF I '$53,650 FROM CONCLUSION

. There is no danger of the Mediterranean Clewiston water Is rated, "very

,g AT CtEWISTOtl t t Clewiston fly, making a query any put headwayin to officials SOUTHERN SUGAR FLORIDA TAXES accardlng good" by the to a state report board received of health yes' OF HALF SEASON

here this week showed. The I terday by Wilber D. Cole, In chargeof
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fly does not attack sugar cane, n.or. Clcwiston's., water supply
Construction To Make will It affect the tung oil trees or Dr. B. A. Bourne Resigns Governor's Tabulation Each month samples of'Clowis- BrownAT Farm Edges Canal -

Town Thoroughly fodder grasses in the experimentalplot Government Post At Shows Increase For ton water are sent to the state Point from first Place
board of helth laboratories tor examination
Storm-Proof here Canal Point County of $14,602 ; With Belle Glade third
The cane fileds in the 0 mile and the reports have ;

; Canal Schools To Receive been consistently good.
area from Moore Haven to / ,I Interest Keen In GamesThe
: Clewiston will be thoroughly stormy Point are unusually disease' free because Resignation of Dr. A B. Bourne as $29,706 ,.

proof with the completion of I His; Assistant Pathologist I 'of the Bureauof
of the close vigilance maintained Shawano team from the Brown'Fat
great dike or levee now under construction the Southern Sugar com Sugar Plant Investigation and Sugar LOCAL VETS GET
In the
along the lake front at by Cane Exuerimcntal Station at Canal Hendry county in 1930 will collect I m Everglades league by
pany. approximately $53,650 from state beating Canal Point in a 5 to 0 game
Point to become affiliated in a
. Clewiston. taxes which is an increase of $14,602 LEGION CHARTER Thursday afternoon at Brown Farm
. with Southern
similar capacity the
According to a report) of ;ibo progress :
over the 1928 collections according to edged Canal Point out and squeezedinto
of the work made by Wilber D FEED AND GRISTMILL Sugar ,com );)ny was announced here .
this first place for the first half oCthe
a tabulated statement sent out
Cole, engineer in charge the duke'! will officially this week. DI', Bourne has FOR POST HERE
/ Everglades league season The
week by Governor Doyle E. Carlton
('ordi'l _moved with his family to Clewiston
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be finished by September, a
IS OPENED!' to The Clewiston News first half was to have ended Sundaybut
Clewiston even further protection; from and is now located on, Crescent Drive ---
Brown's
The feature of the application of winning yesterday afternoon -
J IIII r the house formerly occupied by :
damage. I 'the that Installation Of OfficersTo puts them definitely in first
new tax laws .Js the fact
The dike which will have nn elevation -I BY CLEWISTOfflTEW. {} Mr and Mrs G. B. :Rackstraw
county schools will receive from 1930 Be Held In places.
of 27 feet will extend from the Although Dr. Bourne. but 32 years
Stigarland Drainage district pumping: I old he has spent his life 'in the sugar l taxes $29,706 which is $27,928 more AugustReceipt With the Shawano team secure in
J than Hendry county received in 1928, first place for the first half oC the
plant on Canal No. 3 alone; the lake Harvel To Place business and is already recognized'as Canal'Pont
which means that the bulk of the season, [ finished second
0shore, past Clewiston to a pjii.i! 01. an Internationally known authority on of the charter for the for-
while the Belle Gladers settled In
outage are
Meal schools
Locally Ground I ] formerly used for may
half! mile breeding of cane plants
the Sugarland highway one
l I mation of a Clewiston Post of, the
I third place Clewiston In fourth Trailing -
'now be transferred to the general ,
east of the Industrial ,Canal I On Sale Here Dr. Bourne was born in Barbadoes, t J' American Legion was announced} the league are Okeechobee In
I British West Indies and to the i''fund, with the consequent' reduction in
Two dredges ,are now in came '
engaged .
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Tuesday night at of the
I taxes. a meeting fifth place and the Moore Have itlJs
the work, the dredge at the west; oirl( Stait of operation of a feed and United States: when but a child After1!I Clewiston Veterans' club in the Watanabe : binging up the rear. _
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The $29,706 for scools will eliminate -
of Clewiston working three eight grist mill In Clewiston for wholesale completing a grammar and high s hooll I hotel by Captain J-!'. Deane P.elle Gladers having no game scheduled
hour shifts daily with the dredge alI course he entered the University of the possibility of a short !
distribution of corn meal:! and grits to Duff who said that Installation of of- in the league yesterday afternoon -
... school
I Insure
term, Hendry county'sschools
the east end working two shifts. The Syracuse and graduated from
grocers around the southern end of was. ficers for the Clewiston post 'will be decided to brush: up on their[
major portion of the levee has already that institution in 1919 with the deg being on a par with the best
Lake Okeechobee and sale of dairy in' the held at the first meeting in August flay. and took on the Ahrens team,
been constructed in several of bachelor of science, Completion -' state and at the'same time effect -
( although grce
feed to farmers, was announced here when members from the EvergHdes leaders of the Palm Beach League.
t., places while a dike has been con of his college course was delayedfor a substantial reduction in the
yesterday by Wilson S Harvel of the school Post No 20 and state Legion official:; The result_ was disastrous! for the
structed It has not been built to the about when he enlisted in millage.
a year
Harvel Seed company, who said that I I from Miami will officiate. The new Prihn Beach boys as they suffered a
elevation of 27 feet The entire work the S. during the *r.'A.s. the revenue ,from state taxes i
the corn meal and mils will bo on'Sale U. army war under Clewiston post Is to be known as Everglades defeat of 5 to 2 at the hands of the '-'"
is expected to be completed earl)' in at all of HIP Clewiston nicely: On completion of his college course I Governor Carlton's plan affects Post No. 63. HvergJaderaKeen '

September storos before the end of this; w?'k. he was appointed.and accepted the I Hendry County the approximate total Included In the business of the evening :: Interest has been shown in
Although Clewiston hJ!. had protec- post of assistant directors of bounty road and bridge, and special
The milling equipment was received the
was dejection of till resignation the games of the Everglades teams
__ ;' Please turn to page iJ J here recently from North Jaiolina I ture in Barbadoes, where he Agrlcul-I road.... and bridge district indebtedness tendered by G. Lawton Sims, Please turn to lage1. I
outstanding April 1 1929 Is $1 3OOO,
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first in the
and isnoty installed and in Opt'ration'l( experience I I adjuntant, who said that because of .
( to sugar cane's. It was here that he had Awhile the one-cent. gas tax distributed c s
Three men are required operatethe his new duties as office manager of
NEVi GOLF COURSES I the opportunity of studying ,sugar 0'11 the basis of outstanding road and'b'Wr.c
machine. the Canal Point division of the Southern WAUCHULAN GETSI \
indebtedness in the county Is"i7L4U
Harvel cake: breeding under the direction of
Corn for grinding in the .m.I Sugar company he: would no

WILL RF OPENED Is being,purchased. from the neighboring J.' R., Bovell who with Professor J B. longer be able to discharge his' duties :
Harrison late director of _science and .jGue'cent; gas tax distributed on the DECISION OVER
] farmers and Mr.l Harvel stated as adjutant of !'ie Clewist'i-i! Post. It "
basis of the total'amount! of gata'x
that there will he community: grinding agriculture in British Guinea vas life l Please turn to Page 5GLADES
BY 1HANKSCP/JN''/ Please turn to Page 5 first to discover that now varieties of collected)/ in the county is $2,927 and

sugar cane could be bred from dked. the: one cent gas, tax divided/ ;among MORGAN IN I IOO :!

Dr. Bourne. served in this capacity,. all f 67 counties& on' the basis-of onyfr SECTIONS ,

Grass On Fairways And FIRS11 NEW: BOILER for.four years: later becoming director I l lljjrd; : for roads and two thirds .for '.'j

of agriculture in Barbadoes He schools is $135,225. A one cent gas Three knockouts feature
Greens Is Planted '" J tax and ail other funds distributed by LA BELLE NOW '
'continued. in this work for a year American Legion

.:. i This Week RECEVED! A TMILtl Whel1H; } ,rpsisnfcl ;iiiAugusLJ923.}) .-" .tt;Lvif"ari4'u r.J9.r s&b.Q.Ql is R YJ flit.223; ,( ,
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:' "t, ....I"$'"p_,.::.:.....,' ./:..-:..:....-" '_" :. .;.' ,A ,month later the United States-I total revenue from ,gasoline taxes ( U1SlDE bfTOWN, ? ; .Ffg"Ilt>< 'Cardir'. .:. ,.'l". ,'; .,; : !;; .' 1
"Clewfsto ,' and school revenue of $51,605 "t'' :
golf enthusiasts, will be government appointed him Professor : I
J :: enjoying the new nine hole regular Foundations. Are Poured :i of Plant Pathology and ]head of the I Under the heading of Road "indebtedness Three victories by th&knockout ':J

,- tion golf Thanks- relief, Governor Carlton in his route, one draw and a fast ten-round
here
course before
For ,Nine New department in Porto Rico. During hIs I Move Will Reduce TaxesIn
'giving, it was tabulation points out that tht annual go in the main bout featured l ,the right
announced ,:yesterdayby Please turn to Page 5, 1 lCOUITY \ f. tII:
C. A Jackson who is supervisingthe J Mill 1 RollsFirst Please turn to page 4OPPORTUMTY Glades County card sponsored at the./ sugar-. ,:mill] '.

work of planting the grasses on -- ,- End Of Town 1 warehouse Wednesday njghlvljj l l **' the .;t '

the course. / # of the new-boilers. to be used ATTORNEY II Clewiston post of the American Legion ..>...; : ;

Work was started this week on the in'. tine 2,500 ton, a day addition to the .is' (Clewiston News Special) ,,4

"- planting of grass on the greens and Clewiston mill of the Southern Sugar La Belle July 11.-An election was In the main bout Skeetcr Barwick, 1'

fairways, Bermuda being used In company; has been received from the IN LA BELLE GETS UNLIMiTED IIERE held yesterday for the purpose of separating 160 pounds Wauchula won a decision ,

. '. both places although on the greens I Edge Moor Iron company it was announced the Glades county section of over Pete Morgan 158 pounds of -:;

F: the Bermuda i is being used only tcm-. this week by W. G. Ames, SALARY REDUCTIONPrice T La Belle from the City The opponents Clewiston in ten rounds of fast fighting .;
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Please turn to Page 5. I consulting engineer in charge of the VISITORS; ,'TF of the measure were unsuccessful Both boys were good, but Pete's ,.i

construction of the new 'addition.- S L'I; as the total vote was six to five. curtailing of his training period before ',

,. '" Third Truck And Steel for the new warehouse 'has For Road Right Of This will decrea.se\, the taxes of the the fight showed up noticeably 'j w
(been erected and the structural steel Melbourne Residents in the tenth when his wind gave out. :
people in this section as they will not J
.' Platform ServiceAt for the boiler house extension north Way Is Named By have to for From the clang of the first gong, the <.
High In Praise Of pay public lights, streets
Ice Co. Here of the main mill building Is also in I Residents and other improvements that come bout was packed with action and it '-.,.t

while Local Work was said to have been one of the best .'
place the steel for the I
I with the growth of a city, but will .., :
Addition of sion to the boiling department eXlen-1 (Clewiston .News opeclal exhibitions staged in Clewiston .<{ )
; another truck' for delivery ; I only have to pay for their share of the
-. of ice in Clewiston was announced main building i is expected to La Belle, July 11 -The board of I "Clewiston today offers the great-I bonded inclebtness The curtain raiser for the evening '.

here yesterday by II. L Lapp, mall'ager Please turn to Page 5 Hendry County commissioners met :at: I' est opportunities in Florida to was scheduled to be an eight roundgo ':-1
) \ I terprising business! ( and with between the Pensacola Kid of '
: of the Everglades territory for thy their regular monthly meeting Saturday man the | G. Lawton "

; Florida Power and lice companywho '., at the courthouse.: memberswere operations of the ",Southern Sugar j Sims Avon Park and the Scorpion kid but ,'2

;.,' '-J- said that. this brings the total of Hotel Business Is present namely, Commissioners company the possibilities of the- placeare Gets Promotion the Avon Park negro stopped the en- '1

trucks In service in Clewiston to Good SaysPuryearThere Murray, 'Stewart, Hooker Delaney and virtually: unlimited tertainment with a knockout in the ,.'J

three Maddox First on the course of the This was the sentimnt expressed 'by G. Lawton Sms for the past two 'third roundK. '. ,:::.t

e Mr. Lapp also announced that a is very little difference no- morning business was the reading of I! H. T Dixon and J. A. Long, businessmen years connected with the Clewiston, Bra'swell. of Clewiston cut a .! )" ,'"

"' platform service at the Clewiston ticeable in the yolume'of hotel the bills. All were In due time approved of Melbourne, Fla who spent company in the auditing department scheduled six round bout ,short when ;.

plant has been established for, those I ness during the summer bUSi-1 ( except bill for County Attorney Monday and Tuesday in"this community and more recently with the auditing Please turn to Page, 5 .'.,,-<":

who wish to buy their ice at the Clewiston according to Fred Riders service which accordingto making a thorough survey of conditions -' department of the Southern Sugar; ""

plant. j of The Clewislon linn who said that a resolution introduced by Delaney I company has been named office( manager SPECIAL ROTO EDITION'; 'j \
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f,, Transferred from the main office the Inn' does a capaity business soy, and seconded by Maddox, the county / 'Vcheard and read considerable of the Canal Point division of 1'

' t 3: in Miami\ to the managership of the j' eral nights each week. attorney salary was cut to twenty-I about Clewiston and were anxious to the Southern Sugar company it was Progress in the northern EvV'r- :,-., ;]

'1 j1)! Everglades district, Mr.. Lapp said that I "Our business" said :Mr Puryear five dollars a month or three hun- see the )place for ourselves. said Mr. learned this week. gladeso'l from Moore Haven through :

the company is making every possible : "is on a much more solid basis than Please turn to page 5 Dixon. "Our hopes were, high and I Mr. Sims assumed his new duties Clewiston to Canal Point will he told. : :'

effort to keep abreast of the growth I tourist trade, and while it is natural am sincere in saying we were not,disappointed last' Monday and on the return of his in a special rotogravlire'section of ,!

3/r of Clewiston wife and, two children from Georgia, the Miami Daily News next Sunday. -.i/:
and that the putting on that we have a slight increase duringthe Hit and Run DriverInjured .
\ 'i of the third truck and the opening of! winter months, it is scarcely nor "Of course, the biggest thing is the'2 they will make their home in Canal For the past month photographers !

9!r r the Ice platform at the plant is in ticeabzle. Our business for May, June Local Girl gigantic operation of the Southern Point. During his two years in Clew- and news men have been busy compiling :-:'\

.' keeping with his company's policy of I and the first part of July has been Sugar company, which is responsiblefor isto, Mr Sims has' demonstrated his the data. All pictures wilt TA ,;
Jackie
't service gratifying,'' Whit ombe, 16 year old the growth of Clewi&ton, but the untiring energy and his many friends in rotogravure with stories in black .; '1 j

girl of Celotextown was struck town proper is unusual Your finely congratulate him on the promotion and white :' 'iirt

down by a hit and run driver on constructed buildings and comfortable __n___ ___.___.___-__ ,. ...

: GROWING OF TUNG OIL TREES TO Sugarland highway near Francisco, homes and apartments! give an air of :, ,,
street :
Thursday morning. She he permanence to the whole which is PAHOKEE ENJOYING BRISK SUMMER i.

ceived lacerations about the head not easily and .
erased during our
BE SUCCESS HERE, JACKSON SAYS and had not regained consciousness I brief visit here w<>' have. also had the POSTMASTERS FIGURES DISCLOSE .
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night car which hit I! opportunity to appreciate the advantages

Every Indication the Clewiston girl carried a Georgia I of the steady payrolls, by noticing .
points
to the fact
v some sandy prairie land, which is not j
I; license, and effort is now being
that Clewiston will also the volume of business In the lo- Pahokee the eastern shore of "
's1 be known as so well adapted to the on I of calls for Jiouses to rent
raising of sugar made '
by authorities to .
a tung oil industry center, It was an-I cane, executives of the Southern apprehendthe Please turn to Page 5 Lake Okeechobee is enjoying an unusually -|! "The dull summear season" said ::
driver The nature
of the :
girl'sinjuries
,, nounced yesterday by C A Jackson I J Sugar company, anxious to have all have not been determined brisk 'summer according to the postmaster "is getting to be a 'I
yet
} local agronomist who said that an inspection 1 the land put to fully REMODELING OFFICE George McLarty, postmaster who thing of the past in Pahokee We -:
use suggested that a
and it is believed that she .
of the 216 tung oil trees on plan be worked has watched the growth of the com have had a considerable amq-unt of "'
i,I out on an experimental may be suffering from fracture. ,
n, the experimental farm of the Southern basis to determine to a Carpenters 'this week were busy re- munity for the past several years. construction during,the winter and, "J
)k what uses She is under 'the L.
care of Dr F
'. Sugar company shows all of the trees,: the sand lands might be put. modeling the old commissary building Offering the volume of business at spring months and the fact that Pa .\1

thriving: remarkably well. A!I Past experiments; in tung oil ,groves Tatom. at Canal Point which will be used as the post office as a barometer of hokee Is rapidly becoming a year ", J

few days of dry weather aweek ago !! showed that the trees thrived sand addition to the adjoining offices of town conditions, Mr/McLary said that round town is seen in the fact that! '.
on TEN '
,. 1, r'lid no damage to the few hundred lands, and ,after making thorough Analysis POUND BABY BORN tho Southern Sugar' company. The forty new post office boxes have been I these buildings are still occupied although 1
MI'
,,;.r / tree} and since tho daily rains haverirrived : of the soil some 216 trees were Arcade. and Mrs. C. W McDonald of new commissary building was completed ordered and will be Installed within i we 'are almost In the middle .:;

., the trees are' showing wonderful planted! here a few months avenue are the"proud parents ;:, several weeks ago and with tho ,I. the next few days to care for the increased II of the summer. :
:1 From .
ago. of a. 10 1-2
pound baby at '
boy born
Improvement completion of the removal of the stock have
this could
Jackson said. the first business "In addition to we
month
Included In the vast acreage of the agronomist the according trees have to., flit done local last Dr. F Tuesday L. Tatom's. Lakevlew hospital I from the old building: that place Is being I I lie also pointed to the new seed I occupied immediately at least twelve ,1

Southern Sugar company In addition i iJ well, and he believes that there Is Mother and baby are remodeled to provide more office store of the Lake Shore Supply com-I houses. Of course, there is an improvement ':1.

to the rich black muck lands are I l Please turn to 4 doing well, it was announced.The I space for the Canal Point division of I pany which Is being erected by L, of conditions during the
, page baby will be
named Carroll W
the Southern Sugar company. Knight and said that he hears daily I Please turn to page ,IT



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The Clewiston News ,:\:;:\: : : : GLATEX THEATRE PROGRAM : ported by Lewis Stone, Johnny Mack

Successor to The Clewiston Progress ., ,...', ;; If Mr.Ilalstead. of Danville has learned his lesson he has paid a low pile., -- I Brown, Dog 'alrbanks. Jr., Hobart '

a ;.: information For it FRIDAY, July 12: "The Red S\scnl"j Bosworth and Dorothy Sebastian. 4
for the could ,
not have been a great hardship for him ..o I
office, Russia under the Czar; revolution The screen greatcs l lovers in a great 1\\
Entered as, second-class matter Febiuary S, 1923. at the post stay in Chicago a fey l hours longer and there was probably some left where cossacks, tense. drama and tender ro-j| picture; emotionally tense and peI1fil:
the Act of March 3. 1879. \.
Clewiston Fla., under
at '
he what he -Miami
got had. Herald, mance. I I fectly staged. '
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LOUIS A. MORGAN ..........................................................=;. Publisher! SATURDAY, July 13; Hoot Gibson: | FRIDAY: Tom Tyler in "Pride of
in "The Lariat Kid Western drama I '*

TOM SMITH ............................,..................._........................... Editor : : CABBAGES AND KINGS wIth\ plenty of action and COmedY' Pawnee.. S in ..
] ,. throughout. SATURDAY: Reginal Denny
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"The Night Bird S ,
Subscription Rates: ;
\ .TUESDAY J'Uly 16: John Gilbert'!, ..... ',

I and Greta Garbo in "A Woman of Af- Next special is "Cphens &. Kellys 'in ,
By mail In Florida The. Times-Union philosopher sathat to have aftel'
Florida cigar
a named
By mall outside of you '
$2.00 fairs. story by Michael Arlen, sup Atlantic City. It's a \\o\\\
Ore year $2.50 One year Is quite a puff

i: Biz months ,,1-50 Six months. 1.00't
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t; Three months 1.25 Three months. .,
I: .' After a couple of .weeks: :vacation, our favorite resort whether for June ori
j i Make The .
t ,. NEWS' PLATFORM January from nOW'Oll. Is Clewislon. Fresh, green cane in a setting of black
ot Lake Okeechobee with water transportation:
1. Definite control
and muck is a soothing picture.: '
J' 2. Early completion 0.' the highways for ..local transportation ;. POINSETTIA HOTEL
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,' concentration of products. .< : '
downward revision of freight rates on ,vegetables and, And now P A. Poche is,'back '
S. A substantial ) again; in Clewiston"after a' brief sojuru in
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Your Home While In West Palm Beach
products of this region to the northern markets. i .
oilier marketing association for North Carolina and from./what we, can learn he "enjoyed l his stay in the
The hIlt functioning of a cooperative "
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both buying and selling purposes. .
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EARLE R- CRESSWELL, Manager.. .

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.i FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1929 ". .H. T. Dixon; and C.A.. Lone;-two live wire business men from 'Melbourne COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY

---VIEWPOINT-- who are vitally' ; interested 'i In! Cle v"stcn.: ,.' _. I ,

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? Those. of us who have spelt .the past few '
Everything. is coiupaiatlve. '*\ The income tai is of coiusc a tax, but yoti will not. have. to pay. it unless
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been to lose our viewpoint 1. H -..:e ghat ?
Clewiston have prone .
in
.' \ > eaia) you have, an income.-l\1iami) Herald .

>'frlu1ljy r every Clewistonite knows that we are enjoying. )prosudnty. that I -. II .

B.G.. Dalil and his associate;! in the Southern I : the
the tune is thriving and that erg St Petersburg is bravely weathering a dull summer season. Tampa is Announcing opening of. 0

making rapid strides in tiansfoiming the Nor- I I .
I Sugar Company are doing a little better, wlnl Clewiston to us after a few weeks, absence looks \ ,
But to fully ap- I' DENTAL OFFICES, ::.
them Everglades Into a vast new 'sugar bowl for the nation.
busier than ever. .' > .
:\ I jieoate the prosperity here and the greatness of the operations! of the Sou- ;
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them Sugar Company, one should leave this section for a fev. weeks: visit .. In The Hopkins Block Of
-5 Bob Holland of the Miami Herald is, conducting one of. the most consistently .. : :

other towns in the, state and other states in the south, talk ,,'tUI'newspaper interesting columns: in the state. : .,", ,:;,:. y'.: 'It

e'litorschambei of commerce secretaries and business men. I ,: ;
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I DR. JOHN ANDERSON ,.
visited newspaper offices In approximately: :
weeks vacation we
: few
On a If of those mountain could Dentist ','" w
t. some resorts get a couple of scoopfuls orClewiston's <

fr. two dozen towns and ,cities on both coasts of Florida', and in the st .tcs nfL .
evening breeercs, their future would be Assured ,
Clewiston Florida.
,Georgia, South and :North Carolina, and with but two exceptions, both of ,

(. them in South Carolina, all of the newspaper men knew of Clewiston and co c-
You can't bring some fruits out of Florida because of the :Meditleiraneau I

tile work of the Southern Sugar Company Of Course, they are not a-> fully
fly: but liquor apparently Is immune ,to the pest.-CIncinnati Enquirer. ..
posted on detail of the work as Florida newspapemen, but the fact that ,/

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t.' they know of the work being done by: :Mr. Dahlberg and his associates and

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[tf';. seas: ; 'of. ; waving sugar cane on the bed of rich black muck. 'c'made up Pike's Peak, 200 --
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f A. A few>weeks ago the sprouting green cane was beginning to distinguish 1 1I epecd. The Firestone tread
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: the cane growing so rapIdly it is' one vas unbroken. sea of beautiful green Q 26,326 minutes. Got new
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'. cane.And as a fitting background the new smokestack of the mill Is creeping d Gnm-Dipped : : :
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i f!:!'/%(' Climatically, Clewiston is, unbeatable. Though this may seem like abroad ,: C .E WlS OIL MOTOR CO: < 0 i r

t':. statement, it is nevertheless a fact In no other place in the state is there ?
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:.:, cannot fully appreciate this, let us not sit around and moan, but fill the gas. !I CLEWISTON LAUNDRY in new ;jj.! :::t '!I Y Y .
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t;: tank, see what the other fellow. Is doing and come 'back .more enthusiastic ::1 home en> El Paso Avenue after ,, >:..'' : : .cA 01'1 Shl en' I I12S. 1r f .

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who are npt as accurate in their selection of language as the. might be. Oc- : '

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:.: tiresome its advantages hal, palled and Ben longed for the sights and scenes 1 I. ', \ :. :
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..;.... r.f station down near the Loop i .; ".:' :)" \ tli full line of sizes and every tire r IJJJ I

He asked a policeman the to the i '. t.J..JLa a:1: is fresh from the factory.
: way Englewood station He meant railroad l- ::1 ,, .
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JULY THREE
FRIDAY, 12-, 1929 .


dl Heard LEGAL NOTICE XXX5(3t8X8X( ._ XX XX XXXX xx
Have You ? "'-
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'4 in Canal No. NOTICE OF TAX EQUALIZATIONTo
dancIng On a swimming party
Among those who enjoyed a !X
Dorothy 3 last Saturday were Evelyn Keley,
i partY at the home of Miss X

Beam Monday night were Seldet: Norman Storey, Henry Storey, En- ,
1 whom It may concern: X
tD Stewart, Jr., from La Belle, Mar; gene Reler, Dorothy Deame, JImmie Commissioners of Hen- .
The County; : X
"Walncr and Crouch, Vesta Allen, John and Wai-
I and her sister .
Young deemedit .
dry County. Florida, having / X
Dorothy Deam. ace Allen. for .. ('.-
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\ necessary' :: to extend the \
thirty days for complteion of the "'H"X
Miss Marian Leydig has. resigned >: :" ,
Miss Margie Harvel is spending a her position with the Cewlston Company assessment roll of Hendry County, .)( .'.",':;, .r_ I X

weeks, in Miami visiting relatives I and for the purpose of revising and '. _
management
few Inc., to assume active ';1 :'- X
equalizing the assessment, notice is S
I' of the Clewiston Steam Laundry ,..
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Storey motored to
'i Henry which she organized several years
I 929. Compiled General Laws of :X X
,Storey
Beach to meet his father, N. C. J
ago
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Florida, 1927, that the Tax Assessor X

of Hendry County, Io'l ,rirla, will meet X
Dr John Anderson, L. A. Morgan T X
with the Board. of County! Commissioners -
: Mrs. Young of Moore Haven, mother Jr Tom and Emmet Shelley and Is The NextOpportunity X
.. of said county at ilu Commis ,1 Sugar
who Is con
of Miss Mary Young Jimlmo Shoesmith spent Sunday playing in X
sioners' in the Court House
netted with theClewiston office oC the golf in West Palm Beach. room .
Clewia- La Belle, Florida, on Wednesday, July X
Union has moved to
Western -
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31st, 192y, at lOo'clock 1 A.M. for the Investment ? X
..' ton to spend a month here. :Mr.and. Mrs. George L. Kostmeyer I
purpose of hearing comp: ints and + X
of New Orleans arrived in Clewiston ,
I receiving testimony as to the value of
''c 'J Bob Turner who was formerly connected last Monday to make their home X
with the Clewiston Motor here. :Mr Kostmeyer who was form I any property, real or personal, as x Most of the world's outstanding since the days immediately! ollowin g X .j

Company l is now associated with the I erly) connected with! the Celotex company fixed by the County As pssor of Tax- X fortunes have been created by trading the war, when a shortage and a sub- X 1

City Drug Company. is now associated with the I II esfor the year 1920, aUtl of perfecting, 4c and investing in essential 'commodls surplus of sugar upset con- X ...j
reviewing and eqt."Hi7ii: the a<-sessmcnls .
I Southern Sugar company as a drafts- g ) IC ties servIces. Steel,oil,transportation ditions throughout the trade. There X ;;
as or J.n 'ci\- :said Taxs siiJ !snr.
J. L Morgan Is now working in the I man. Yea and -aiii of you are hen by n ;" ,real estate,gold,copper,lumber, has been a tendency, however, to )( 'J

Clewiston Motor: Company filling the titled to be r,":'fl ':"i'nt :aid time and '( electric power, automobiles, textiles, emphasize factors not directly concerning X '
caused by the resignation of Mr and Mrs, Lou Jacobs: of La .
vacancy I
.. place and there setforth any.ymplnint arc a few of the fields in which the American industry and X ,11
Bob Turner. Belle spent Tuesday in Clswiston on
a combination business and pleasure and produce any testimony v.liich you X investors have made a great deal l of to overlook obvious opportunities X _)

Mr. ,and :Mrs. W. S Harvel motoredto trip. may desire as to tin value, of any X money. close at home. X '
propertly as fired and assessed by )( But "' the This is the world's 'I
:Miami last Sunday. I' says skeptic, many country )largest X ;

J L. Waugh of West Palm Beach said County Assessor L. MURRAY: of Tats.W. : :( p?ople have lost money in these same market for cane sugar. At present it X

Q Tracy Stone who was injured in an was a business visitor in Clewiston Chairman Board of I fields." True. Probably no industry produces only about i/yoth fits rex X .'

automobile accident a few weeks ago Tuesday County Commissioners of Hendry I can produce attractive investment quirements. There IS suitable land X .-i

was removed to his home last Sun County, Florida. x returns at all times: Each has its ups enough to produce many times this X J

day His condition is improving. Mr Tampa. 'and Mrs Tuesday.Mr Dave. Alston motoredto Attest: ).... and downs. The successful investor amount. There is a rising sentiment X I :j

Captain F Deane Duff was in West (Seal WILLIAM: 1'. HULL ,X :lias the knack of choosing the industries in favor of growing as much of this X ::1

Palm Beach"orr business Tuesday. and Mrs. K.! C.Alston. of Belie Clerk X hat are near the bottom. of necessary article of food as possible X 1X

Glade were visitors in Clewiston Tuesday their cycles and are due for larger within our continental bo ndrcs.! ;/ J

E. W. McCully local real estate X r prosperity. Recent years have seen radical improvements X '.'
:Monday and Tuesday ink I I II NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE ,
broker spent
_:.-, ax Many 1 ell-informed business men in the efficiency of X _

Palm. Beach on business. I In a party which motored to Belle I : ,, believe that American sugar produc- American sugar-producing methods. s
Glade Tuesday night were Louise Notice is hereby given that under
I ti'. ers are in this position today. The These facts, taken together, are w ;
L. L. Lowe, Homer :McDonald, they Waldron, Birdie Boone, Homer McDonald and by virtue of a Final Decree ren-
Waldron and Sam Waldron motoredto Meade Willets, Betty Willets, dered on te 19th day of June, A.D.. I industry has had long periods of .causing many shrewd investors to ;: ,

West Palm Beach Sunday. I I Wilber Goff and Jewel Lowe 1929 by the ,Honorable George "W.W. I' :: }' I prosperity and times of depression. view the present domestic sugar ',;

------; Whitehurst, Judge of the Court [ :. ) It has not been especially promising situation.with decided interests X:

"" :Mr and :Mrs: R. L. Saxon of South Among those attending a card partyat herein named below, in that certain X

Bay were Sunday dinner guests al the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.C.. I cause pending in the Circuit Com' of J a DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES X

the I home. of Mr.and. Mrs.L.. L. Low Bill Hooker were Mr aU.d Mrs. the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of the I .

yo Claude Downs, Mr. and Mrs Ed State of Florida, in and for Hendry

H. T Dixon and C A. Long of Drinkwater of West Palm Beach andL. County, In Chancery, wherein Marvin 'II .;

Melbourne spent a few days in Clew A. :Morgan, Jr. Wood is Complainant, and I. Andre :I "," X
iston this week studying the local and Fay Andre, his wife, are Defendants X THE SOUTH COAST COMPANY ( THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY X .

business situation Sam Frazer and Mr. :Melancou returned I. the undersigned Special Master .,f X' ddl1i11r{ '.ind Plantations in Louisiana i I 9lills and Plantations in Florida X r

this week from a visit to in Chancery, will ,offer for sale ,; X ::=' r 1\DUSIAIS- X- '
P.' A.Poche. returned this week from j; (.;:.' '
and sell at public outcry to the highest : :
Louisiana where they visited their X '
Asheville, N. C. where he vi&ited11':1: : ., :,; ..:
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families and best bidder or bidders for ,', : )
Poche who is spending several. weeks '''in front of the Court House door in X',-,..,' '. I -- ,.i'.""'' X; 1
in the mountains I \ Executive Offices North Avenue X :
COU1it : 919 Michigan Chicago
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:Miss Birdie Boon of Plant City is ;_ :,
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a house guest of Miss Louise Waldron State of Florida, between the legal, : ,

'_ LeonardS.: Ames spent. the, week. hours of sale .;on, the. Fifth .da yjn&fg& :_, h ,<_x_ !( x.xx xx x '" ( )( xxx v v X)( XX}(}( X.X x 'xx .
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*' 'F"- Wilbcr( boff. returned Clewiston August, A. D. 1929, the same bemgj = .11
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Frank Richmann spent few
. said Court, the following described I! L
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clays; last week in Tampa. Mrs.: F. Deane Duff: en- property, situate, lying and being in i iHendry I

tei'talned a dinner pdrtr of 10 at the County, State of Florida, to-{ .. .

Leland Perkins is spending a few I Clewiston Inn.Sunday I wit: I :r--; .,,::,...; .,., c1-, ':: '. .; .'.., ,, '. ., ..... 1-- '. [ ,.'. :' ."', ; ,". :
weeks: in New York on a vacationMr. :
tIr All the East Half (E1-2)) of the ;.
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and Mrs Joseph Kettl accompanied -
their daughter Miss Janet spent
North Half (Nlof the Northeast: I ,
I by Glenn Heard and Joseph several days in' Clewiston visiting I J ,'
Quarter (NE1-4)) oC the Southeast .
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,Kettl spent Sunday in West' PalmBeach. their son E.J.. Kerr.NOWLIN Quarter: (SE1-t) In Section Seventeen .:
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N,I I ,. Evelyn !have moved_ to Daytona. Attorneys HOPKINS and Counselors BLOCK at. Law i I II. A.Special RIDER Master In I i. ,1 < : SUMMER DAYS CAN BE MADE COOLER

: Louise Waldron spent Su'nda)' ; tI Clewiston, Florida ,;

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PAm FOUlt. CLEWlSTON NEWS. CLEWlSTON FRIDAY, JULY 12,_1929

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to the United i fees $2,045 a total of $13.787. I
t,, HOTEL REGISTRY tung oil is now imported or w
States from China The oil Is exj i Last year the amount received from CLEMATIS >

Among recent guests at the Clew- :I j I traded from the nut of the tree these sources was $37,270, showing a I OLIVE JA' r.lnCH'SVEST
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' > iston Inn were: G.II.. Woodward and ; Success with citrus on the sand ,I loss of road revenue equivalent to a

;. wife, Tampa; J. B Nichollis Tampa; ]lands was also reported by Jackson. '' millage of 9,2 and as the amount levied

:. N. E Dickson, St. Petersburg; Mr. There are four varieties of oranges, I for general road purposes in 192S '

mid :\Irs. R.E. Hoffman, Tampa; i' two late and two early, the late being bras 3.0 mills, the road taxes may, on V JULY THRIFT.. FEATURES -

Mrs R. E. Murphy of the :Miami Daily I I Valencia and Lue Gim Gong and account of this loss be Increaaed 5. 0 I -
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NewslhmiFll.: :: ; :\1.,C r anec, NG.W I I'the early being Parson. Brown and mills. t Friday & SaturdayThis Week

C..W.Cfark, Tampa; I Valencia Marsh Seedless grapefruit. Summarizing, the Governor states ,
La i
Orleans, ; .
I' Bright, colorful new fashions-fresh from the centers of America especially
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Orlando A Illllbarth, ,: tress have also been set out. and are that the tax saving for road indebtedness -
._ W. L, Evans, ;
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at special price concessions-and
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Beach F.L 'Tunis', Miami thriving 1 amounts to 4.0 mills; the tax you
,Y West Palm ; I IB. I varieties from 30 to 50 per cent. Hcre ar'e a few of the interestingly new things for Friday and
and grasses
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M. G Denton Auburndale; saving for school mills or a
; Saturday-only a few for department is represented Iy !
every
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Jones, Tampa; E. IJ. Johns, Orlando are on total tax saving of 15.0 mill? which

4 ; :Mrs.Edith. M Dates, Los l 1ti h1- plot, Jackson said. I less the possible '1I1C1'? UO in county" y J+,' VACATION TIME\

'? les. Calif.; Mr, and 1lr8.R.. C. Byrus I road fund of 5 0 mil'.s.! leaved a net -- .. r .
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;" liessel men, RIveria, Fla. ; Miss Merle I PECFEJ FROM\ The amount the county will receivefor I :

Hewitt, Ocala, Fla. ; W.J.. Neville FLORIDA TAXES road and bridge indebtedness relief -< V At Savings from 30 to 50 per cent i. 1 ii

"' Atlanta, Ga.;. T.J. Cleary Atlanta, I according to'Governor Cn iton's ) ;
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Knoxville, ; I
4 Ga ; W E Biggs, tabulation amounts 0 SIO.l.V: the

F."R." Maxwell and wife, Tampa; amount; for' road maintenance and FROCKS '. CHIFFON iV. '

r. Bert Cohri, Sarasota, Fla.; 1ti F Line- revenue from two cents of the gaso- c'onst.uction. 13/787;/ and the amount I i .'. SILK CREPE .
Chris "Chanccy. line taxes will he applicable to road ;! Of. lovely l crepe de chine !
berger; Baltimore, Md ; for county school aid $28.7o() or ;a total DRESSES -
and bridge indebtedness, outstanding I. and silk pique. : ':
!; Fort Lauderdale Fla. .1 : of $53C50. 1 ,
I April. 1, 1929 Thiswill he' tclrniuls : $29.50.
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SHAW ANO FIRST ; bridge i indebtedness will relieve! the b Values!
CONCLUSION \I consisting ot theGo'el'll'1 Values ..' ; <
AT interest carrying charges 34 per cent I.\
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page 1 road indebtedness'amaunts to $r9,- ,retV't'Iou of 4 0 mills 5n (co.i"o: ;. IO 95 f8 12.95. \:. '" ,

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157.It ; interest ilhlc3; titt'3 J)'rock s'' for sports at- 1
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since the league was launched a. few]!! is also explained that on this Lnvely't. r rl'
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I basis for each $. 000 nt TAV{ i hd l"- :: fiuneing.. {
months ago, and during the ,second j 1 fine crepe de chines and ening wear of printed = ,
: edness, this amounts to $-b:\) GO( and The county will receive; 13.787' as
competition is ex- '
half even keener !; I -1.1 silk piques] -washable too! crepes, printed and flow t1.1
confident that by using this figurs;: the amount aid for maintenance and constructionof V
: pectod since Canal Point Is Cleverly styled with reguerect chiffons and'.; lovely I
ra first I available annually (0: cavil: issue of county. roads ad tlu schools. are 't r '
of dislodging Shawano from lar or sun back-finished pastel and high shades in ,, :
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is |I h indebtedness can: he readily calculated ai-4ly::!: provided for tlir.in: the turn ,
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.' .1 and should be deducted (by the (-dimly of 'S29.70G!) ( f"? that: p :rVIle.: \ '. ,
;' confident of passing both of them. bows-pleated skirts for / t
From the southern end of the lake, I ; commission ) from r requirements. Despite these many advantage-cm active sports wear Styled according' to the, '; v. .VV k'; ;:" V:.t. t ''I.f' i. .

: Clewistonites are hoping for renewed l levying millage. increases for the county, the program S latest, dictates of fashion:' .: .: .tto : : .

y'' pep to sweep the cane crew into a t i Going further into the matter the I leaves two cents of the gasnliiM taxes : -? rn"hte' eggshell, cameo and expressing every clc,, '. "' 'I"'""''_': :."I .

series of victories, and the same feeling Governor points out tha tli3 ':H;<;cssed and 75 per cent of th \ snot'lr vehicle W pink, copen blue, pantail of quality: All sizes .\ / 1{ {h::, :..:
valuation of Hendry County n.95 is license fees for the us ui the Ktitte ,J" maise ami"' '1\ .
Is prevalent in Moore Haven and i .dora green, and layfor misses, women. ''. '..:,. '., :

Okeechobee' $2,540,000 and the amount applicableto I road dipartm..ntw hich will, amount ..-' ander. "'Sizes 14 to10 larger women. "'-...,? ','.'-.:-'.".'.' -J .: :. .
R road and bridge is to approximately S,33G,4-6, thus enabling ,. .... .i:<: .:.. .. ..... !':::
Record crowds have attended the indebteclm'SK: .' :: :-'O- : : ." ..
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games in the Everglades league and I' ':' ;:.. : r. : :::
taxes in the of maintain state road and carry on /; Y..
county approximately ; .
,S.. the second half of the season promises I v I New Hand Blocked -'" 288 Smart New < .I.? :.: : :%. J: 800 .Pairs"S.. :,,'. J
4.0 mills i 1 their road building prof;riHn. '" '
S.i to attract much interest from : ; All silk chiffonSfOCKINCS'" : ;
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Evergladers as major I :
( schools, the tabulation shows that the. law shows the following: From motor grad : : :" :' \
in the north. ., I $5 to 6.50 values.-. -.$2-95 to $3. 95 g::. ,
total vehicle license fees, the county: .
r. revenue applicable to' countyschool '
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sfrom the'; gasoline tux and for 1930 will receive 2.045, the sameas $3 95 .., $L95 : .
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i BG FOOT DIKE .t other sfate funds'wh'ich will be dis- in 1928: from two cents gas tax ,' :' ... ...... .. ., 'f$1 95 :, '. .
; : AT CLEWISTON ,I tVibuted as heretofore will total2P: ( ,- for road and bridge indebtedness the 'Newest Styles :. 1.1,>!'i' Of finest leather .and silk. ...f.: .. \; (, ::'
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Ii i j 7DG! equivalent to a saving in taxes of county in 1930 will receive $10,157 as :" All, New Shades \a:r '*;?:: ,'.:. New Shapes and Colors!; '."; 1. .-':,:' v ..': All New Shades ":- '':. "1 }

(Continued from Page 1)) 11 mills and divided as follows: From against nothing in 192S: from the one ""I.' '. :.-.:;:;4
I one cent gas tax ((35,225 equally: divided cent gas tax equally distributed, the :I '"' '' 'V'V' VV

tion from storms through: the adequate} among the 67. couches, two county will receive.for roads $11,742 .i 10 Dozen V /* .' ; :: 250 Pairs: / .

system of drainage both in Clfwistoh I I. thirds of this item is for school l purposes against $35,225 in 192S and for schools GOWNS : I IMPORTED r : WOVENSANDALS PrintedCREPE ,(

and, in the Sugarland drauiapo district I or 23,483, wliil from one cent $29,706 as compared with nothing' In Crepe de Chine -- de CHINE a.

* the new dike will insure ckUticnal i gas tax and other state funds win! }be 192S: and from-the one cent tax and
.: $8.50'to $10.00 7.85 to 1 10 values 2.95 $3.50
.r' p.otectionv..otection ter or storms $6,223 other state school aid funds Heiidrycounty to grades

.:.:.. from Lake Xkeechobe. Aid' for county rOlc1' maintenance for 1930 will receive $6,223 as V rr '
$5.95 $3. 1'1 L95
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: The adequacy] of tho c'rainago! system and construction! is made possible by compared with $1.77S from this! source : V 10 J V .
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:'- and the natural; l dike along the the one-third of 'one cent gas tax ((35-; for '1928. which shows a total revenue Plain and Lace Trim Parlel Shades' 1\7n.t ,rho.f' Sill! s .All Ncu Summer Patterns
: forcibly 225)) from, for 1930 of $30 OiS) for I .
:-:- ridge was I'eiiionstratiid, during amounting to $11,742 and $53,650 against / :
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t" the tropical hurricana: ot' last 25 per cent of motor vehIcle license; 1928 or an increas or'H,602.. --

f; September when Clawistcn b-cauSG of ._ ._. _. ._ ._ .
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: FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1929 CLEW1STON NEWS. CLEW1STON FLORIDA
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I ; Laborers At Work 1. FEED AND CRIST j Jackson said, when a power mower I OPPORTUNITY ISUNIMITED '. their visit here made a rnnprehen-- :>- _
MILL IS OPENED will be put on the course to clip the HEREVISITORS ,
, On Pahokee Road ; i BY CLEW1STONITEContinued :I grass as closely as possible. After I STM -lve'tonr of the Southe-a: Stmar::; properties 686

c Shoulders Are Bad ; that it will be kept: mowed regularly, in addition to the town and
( from page 1)) I for according to Jackson] postponingthe i i! (Continued from Pace; 1)) both were unanimous (in their high is a Prescription for

:! Laborers were uoikin; ill's w'e1c:I first cutting\will result In an unusually -i cal stnes: praise of B.' G. Dahlberg and his associates COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DEUGUE,

; r on the repairing of the road from Pati' every Saturday, when farmers may I thick soclI Mr Dixon in their sugar operations BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.It .
'I I I It hokee to Belle Glade, bar th- Paho-I bring in their corn for grinding, the J I Stiles and Van Kleek:, golf course I II' I. and Mr. Long during is the most speedy remedy known.

I t kee end of the road,! and while the I Harvel company: to receive a percent-(' architects of New York and St. Pe-j I '
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i '? holes !in the! center of the road are I J age of the total amount ground I' tersburg designed the 18'hole course' n a e m!.rn! !I1 SIR'p III I ll t 'IfIRgN7111 ,: "
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being filled In, nothing: 1 Js:: being done I Mr. Harvel came here from th'e east ''at Clewiston, although only nine will I' : 1'1 iIi1i a II ilDli II iilllll oll; A III "' i kiiilcliiiimi: iiile, iiHP &:.1 il.t II o.Ittt..I: R"1 ueltiriua i I : : i ci111'.I us.IIIQIIIIaIIUYlIiIlJIIIlIIU.: ,'n iTiiTiTi if.iiiiTi''j; TTiIToTu.

I on the repairing! of the ,dangerous j coast about a year'ago toestablish theW :''be used for the next :year as the sec- .rre

shoulders '" S. Harevl Seed company Inc., and I and nine are being used as an ;+; *

t f I' Several weeks ago a drag line was','! during the, tomato season he operated j!,i lion field. nVIa-I' m Ss

,, i put to work: pulling dirt to the slit ul- (I'a packing house In connection. with Golf fans were not starved during iti :+=:

I J ; and. the drag line removed' I I Plans for the feed and grist mill the completion of the regulationcourse s a INTRODUCING] .1

I Residents of both Pahokee and were announced several weeks ago a small course was laid out in .
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Belle' Glade are anxious to have inroad '; ':' with the placing of the order for the I,ij I Civic Center park In the heart of I i gg'i .' *

shoulders repaired as this is the t purchase of the mill an success of town This Is a five hole course, and
only stretch of' highway around the I the enterprise is indicated In the fact j I although it is not practical to use a f" l\ ;t

Southern end of the Jake which !is in that during the first fe-.v days of <'i>3-I driver, some.long shots may be made I I I o L-lewiston m

r poor condition] ration, this[ week he >;rouivl[ !etweei I with the irons, and local golfers have

I r .... \ During the heavy rains of last September 1 73: and 100 sacks ot meal p"r clay. I'I had the opportunity to brush up on' a iti
the dirt washed from I{ their putting \
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i I : the edges of the. .road .with' the tai) '!I II COUNT? ''ATTORNEY .[ .. .,I II ( F1 i ", KIELYiNATOR@F f t 2 = =
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". road is dangerous and, cars may pass! "
. each other only with rat difficulty.: .I t- SALARY REDUCTION! RECEIVED AT MILL I I Ij ,. ,: :' ra

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I I LEGION CHARTER I Ij tired a year in order to conform with about" August 1, Mr Ames said. 1 1i f.i f.;.:n3nc '. p.

j FOR POST HERE I the bill signed[ by' Governor Carlton 1 i In connection with the installationof =p> '
Through cooperation with I C. V. Parkinson latest modelall =
1 providing that in (counties under the nine new mill rolls to increase L H L

(Continued ,from Page 1)'' -. twelve hundrer the Attorney shall receive the grinding capacity, the consultingj! | .
twenty-five m porcelain Kelvinators will be on display! at the Clewis -
a month, regardless engineer said that the concrete ,foiindations i .
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was the coiisenMs. of opinion l however I of any existing contracts ', on which the rolls rest, have ; ? Company and
I g g ton Supply next Monday Tuesday. Clewistonites ,
that since Mr Sims:! was the first adjutant Commissioner Delaney stated that been poured and the army of woikersi: i :'- .,
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in! the Ctevr.itun) : \"etr his reason for introducing this bill mill II '
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rans'l are preparing to the tan: =
I > : are cordially invited to see these machines deInR -
club, the nrlmbeis wisneu him to'con- was because Mr. Rider was not for demo ; 7 UBIII

, tinue- i in th's! office at least until the the interests of the Commissioner 'and A 10-ton flywheel, similar to the I : onstrated.Including. .
I official insiallatloii! of officers in Au- di 'not represent the majority. A bill[ I ".
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. gust. He agreed and withdrew his re- was then introduced by Stewart to.with the nine roll mill l test year ]has | I : : !

o : signation provide three, hundred dollars for arrived and installation of' this great ;1;. ntcdclc fcr hcmcs,' etc res end,. commercial. purposes. *

l < :Mrs J.R.. Do' ', one hundred for Mrs I piece of machinery will also f be: started o: ::: '. -, '. : a
I'e' 11faYRoyer.. rive hundred for .Mr.Hug" I! ,.,'' .,,' .'.,,,'', I ..
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.chase of Post colors and these will be gett and four hundred for Mairion : Four new' crystallizers have been ] -rE _'" ''. I .

, Po. ordered immediately. Messer, for the right of way for the !I II | received, it was reported! There will e B|,;? ill

r ,A, feature of the meeting this week road. A letter from a man Missouri be a total of 14 crystallizers. m J .

I was the fact that the attendance was I was then read 'in which he} decided to.i I The 205 foot concrete stack is I'e- : a 4' .

a the largest in the local give his ten acres to the! Board of. Eaglneenns
'history of the : I i ing erected by the Rust F J McGinnis
-I : service club and: applications of six; Commissioners letting them deed a company and will b? complete wlcli[ M m
portion to the state for the! 0 o
new members were received.. membership road. in the next few weeks. It is now approximately -
drive .will be launched in the 75 per cent complete I r 7f sr
r near future under' the chairmanship! NEW GOLF COURSE I @ Electrical Service : :

of Dick C. Miller in an effort to '. WIL BE OPENED THE "FAIR" AWNING r 113 Worth Ave. Palm Beach, Fla. ii!

have every ex-service man in t'o! community BY THANKSGIVING '
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Y' affiliated with the American:! ,_ DEMONSTRATION\ CHARGE OF W. A. DAMS W. A. REYNOLDS Qa
Legion. (Continued from pane! 1) I II Quality Remembered Long After I .

connection the Legion it with was decided social a that"1 \..itiesof the I porarily as a base and carpet grassis No10 Lakeview Price Is Forgotten Arcade, Lakeview I. ': :J;(:*::. )? ;,:;; <; :iM: '" .r. m

veterans will! sponsor a dance at the to be sown later Avenue 4 '

Clewiston Inn every Thursday night The grass on the fairways will not Phone 2-0229 r

and fight cards to be staged at the be cut until it Is about a foot high, West Palm Beach Florida le. ::4 !l a. .lt.l.s! l!n.11..l!.l r r.t.i iijaii'jBirtmini'iii! |! .!!.!! !ern.rat170! !!!.!!Inoilal.n.n.. .!l6.llJrl.!Ill.litlaltl'9'1117tI0Il' !...Il. atr.!t.11.1111..I!!' !!!..D.1191101!! !Ii!1.n.. !.ig!.r..n.. !u.!.!Ilau.O.l. .l.ly ...
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I Board of County Commissioners of 1929 1

I Belle said county at the commissioner' i j' (Seal) William ClerK T Hull I .

\La etVS I room in the Court Houaa In La Belle, : Circuit Court Ilendry County, Fla.

Florida, on the first Monday: in Jul)'. !! /

thi' same being the .1st day of July ] NOTICE OF APPLICATION riTAX :0.'i yrI
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Mrs. Duane Cox and Buddy Ruhl A. D. 1929, at 10 o'clock.\: M., for DEED I
attended an
people
Tea thousand I
who have been visiting Mrs. Barton the purpose of hearing complaints
all day celebration here July 4 and last NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. 'That ,
Fort Myers
Hall returned to the '
and receiving testimony as to .
consumed enormous quantities of I I F. Deane Duff holder of Tax Certificate I V S I
j week. value of any property, real or per No. B t of July 1st .A. D. 1918 i

; barbecued beef and pork which was I'' -- sonal, .as ,fixed by the County Assessor (Drainage Tax) Iris Wed said certificate A HOTEL IS SELDOM LIKE HOPE
served to the public it noon Among I Mr and Mrs.Buck. Roberts and -in my office and made application 1
1929 ....
ol of Taxes for the year for tax deed to issue Ihen-on
the early arrival l: was fl motorcade: family of Fort Myers are visiting relatives .
and of perfecting, reviewing and in accordance with law.: Said ('ortiHCAtn -
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fifty cars from Fort Mycis' anil dele in La Belle made embrace the following described -i .
equalizing the assessments as
gallons from Everglades, Naples and property. situated In nt.ll uliy I'
ImmokaleeThe Mrs W. R. Preston who has been by said Tax Assessor, (formerly a pall of Lee) County I ITS, DIFFERENT AT THE
You and each of you are hereby Florida: to-wit.: 'I'
feature oC the morning program .the guest of Mrs. Harvey Eubanks of The Southeast quarter ((1.4)) of the .
notified to be, present at said time WATANABE '
was an Independence Day parade -I Fort Myers returned to La Belle Southeast _quarter ((1.4)) of the S'-ulh-
and place and there set forth any vest quarter: (1.4)) of Section 23
i in which eighteen beautifully decorated Thursday. Tovnshlp 43 South Range 31 East
testimony
I complaint and produce any
s aulomoblle' competed lor 11f1Z'L 'I i The assessment of aM Propertyunder I
: being awarded to the Mr and Mrs. A. L. Samson and which you may desire at to, the val. the said certificate :issued::; was Here you will find the most pleasing ''
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first prize
es, children and Mr and Mrs Earnest ue of any property as fixed and assessed In the name. of C Wenger.. I
i. Neighbors and second to Stew- Unless said certificate hall be redeemed
f Royal : :
After the barbecue came the I :Meadows and .children of Fort Myers by said County Assessor of ,. according to law, tax deed atmosphere coupled with meals
arts car.
.. Small spent Independence Day in La Belle Taxes. i will issue' tht.'rpo on the 27th day I 1
swimming contests Miss Edna of July -- A D. 1929 1
W.L.. MURRAY just as enjoyed in home.
being judged Miss Ilendry County, I Dated this 20th day of June A. D. you your ,
r Chairman Board of
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Miss Dethlea Curry, Mists EVPJ'gl df's. LEGAL NOTICEi County: Commissioners of I Ilendry; (Seal) William T Hail l I A few rooms are now available for :
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f A baseball game between the Fort I Clerk I

Myers and La Belle ;Tire' departments i I Report of the condition of the First County Attest, :Florida.. Circuit Court ,Ilendrv County; Fla. : guest who intend to make Clewiston
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Bank of Clc'w ston. at Clewiston
next' the Fort Myers department
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was played the State of Florida at the close of I (SealYiIli3.m) ,T. Hull \ i '
F winning by a score of fourteen -" business June 29, 1929 Clerk 'NOTICE. OF APPLICATION FOR ; their home.

to four A boxing match and RESOURCES DOLLARS .. -", I TAX DEED

held In the evening I Loans and Discounts ............ 47,157.98 :I 6-t. NOTICE IS ITERKBTc GIVEN, That
public dance was United States; Bonds ......... 58,500.00Countv I !I'F Dea--e Duff holder of Tax C-rtlflcate -,
l' The Fort Myers baud:; gave ton- and Municipal I I :\0. 5 of July 1st. A. D. 1HJSDrainage I .

[', certs throughout the day. Bonds .. ........ 33,500.00 i i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I ( Tax) has filed said certificate -I ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE
TAX DEED
All other Bonds. County I in my office and made: apoli-!
School Warrenst I .... 22.000 00'I I NOTICE IS HEilEBY GIYE'l'hat I cation for tax died, to i issue th reon
Banian"+ Furnitureand I F. Deane: Duff, holder ol Tax Certificate I
last House, I in .accordance with law. Said certificate .
; Miss Winifred Condrad spent Fixtures .:.... .. ....... 9,412.64 6 of July 3rd 1022! (DrainageTax embraces the following descrIbed -I
1' week In La. Bel}visiting lends_ Other Reil Estate owned ...,.... 352.44 ) has tiled said certificate In my property situated in H l1dl'Y i
Cash 'on Hand and Due office and made application for tax (formerly a part of Lee) County I

h Mr and Mrs. 1', W. Holland of From Banks ..........,......,...... 198,026.72 deed to i issue thereon In accordancewith : I Florida to-wit: : The Watanabe\ Hotel
TOTAL ....................., 369,549.78 : law Said certificate embraces The Noithei'st quarter! ((1-4)) of the ,
:- Foil "Myers were visitors at tho barbecue LIABILITIES DOLLARS the following; described propertysitu Southeast! quartet (1.4)) of the Southwest

t.. here Independence Day \I Capital Stock Paid in ........ 15,000.00'' 'ated in Ilendry (formerly a part of Quart ((1.4)) of Section 23 t '

Surplus Fund ..., ............? 20,000 00 Lee) County, Florida, to-wit.: ,.Township 43 South Range 34 Eabl t. ,
F The Northwest quarter: ((1-1)) of the; MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS
Undivided Profits (Less The assessment; !: of said property Manager.
,:.' Mr. and Mis O.H.. Penny ands Southwest quarter ((1-4)) c! *'-.? 0"-" .' .. .,
Evuenses find Taxes Pail) .... 5,201.63 : ; ".t II( ?': t Msntd. was I
!1 daughter Miss Jessie Penny and Mr. Dividends! Unpaid ................ 1 500.00 east quarter ((1.t) of Seuic' i 2., .1'0.. .,- -la the U.IIVP of .I. F. Laack: i I

and Mrs Reuben King and family of Deposits; .." ..... ..... .. 2j .G70 73 shIp 53 South, Range :J4 East Unless! said certificate 'shall be ie-
r- Bonds Borrowed 62,50000 j The assessment of said lH'olertrunder Jcpm'd :acc"ul.: '? to law, tax deed
Fort Myers were among those attending All Other Liabilities Csliier the said certificxte Issued was ,' will issue thereon on tii3 27th day of .. r

l:: .the La Belle barbecue Checks] .... GG'j.42 i I in l the name of C. II. Gouzh. I July A D 1929.Datp'l .
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rl,,' ., TOTAL: .. .... 369.G.W.78 ; Unless said certificate shall be re-' this 20fh day o? Juno A D.
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State of Florida, County+ of Kendry, deome dacuordin; to law tax deed
F. Watts Hall and son Earnest ss : will issue Thereon on the :7th day; 1929Seal( ) William THullClcrl,

Hall motored to Fort Myers Tuesday I, Elbert L Stewart, Oichier of the :,: of July .--- A D. 1929 I

t't on business.Mr rbove-nair-nl: Bank,' do solmuly !swear Dated this 20th day or"June A, D: Circuit Court Hendry County,' Fla. I II
that the above statement is true to.,1929.Seal -
the best of nay knowledge and belief, :: ( ) William T. Hull
and Mrs Walter Moody, Miss cr-i that it is la resmmse to clluial: ClerkCircuit NOTiC CF APPLICATiO FOR
notice to report iiv the Comptroller of Court Hendry County, Fla.i TAX DEED
Janet Corey and Gordon Chefily Perry the State of Florida ;i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That

of Fort Mjers formed a party motoring Elbert L. Stewait. Cashier I F.Deane. Duff holder of Tax Certificate
NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR I No. 96 of July 2 A. D.Jn7. .
CORRECT-ATTEST. "IN AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL'THE R
to La Belle Thursday where a pIt O L Downs TAX DEED has flied said certificate:: in my office

uic was enjoyed.County ; .C V Parkerson NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ThatF and made application for tax deed I
IS?.I ; John 'S Cottrell Deane Duff, holder of Tax Certificate to issue thereon in accordance with
1 y court was postl)011ed'rOJ1 Directors No. 3 of July 1st.A. D. 191S Ijw Said certificate! embraces the I
Monday until Wednesday& because flack (Drainage Tax) has filed said certificate following described property! situated
Subscribed and to )efore met
sworn
of jurors and the absence, of un this ........ day of July 1929Frances in for my tax office deed to and issue macs thereon application in County Hendry; Florida(formerly, to-wit a: part of Lee) S :L, CLEWISTON INN '

attorney, Judy Ross states. M. Small in accordance with law Said certificate The South west. /inaiter (SW 1.4)) of } >

Notay. Public embraces the following d'-- the Southwest quarter) (SW 1-4)) of ,. ''.. '. .
Rev and Mrs. W. II Edward.:.? and scribed property situated{ in Hendry\ the Sontuwest quarter (SW 1-4)) of On Lake Okeechobee
(formerly a part of Lee; 43 South -
Section 23 Township Range
daughter Miss Gladys and :Mr.and. In The :,Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial Florida, to-wit. countr'l 3i Sast. .. '

\ Mrs. L. J Fallaw and son spent Circuit, Hendry County, Florida. The Northeast quarter (1.4)) I The Assessment of said property "

>* Thursday with lends In La Belle. .-In Chancery I Southeast quarter ((1.4) of the} Southeast -, ender the said certificate' issued was .. ., .. -.
quarter (1-1) of Section 23 in the of R. II. Ludlum. I .
name
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.- Township 43 South Range 31 East. ;. 'I Unless said; certificate shall be redeemed Clewiston .. : < '. ; ; Florida
P. MARRIED ALVA L. HARRELL, Complainant.. The assessment of said property;; according to law, tax deed : .
i*. Miss Vivian Turner and Lemuel Vs under the said certificate was- in the I: will issre thereon on the. 27th day of
name of A. T. Beach .Pi' ;-..j I: July -.A. D 1929
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Vic: Howard, both of La Belle were mar- : RUTH HARTWRIGHT HARRELL. Unless said certificate shall bo:K- !Dated this 20th day of -June A. D.

F lied Saturday, Quite a celebration I Defendant. i deemed according to law. tax deed PENA L'L -,Y EAR
1929.Seal
T' was held in their honor on both Salt DIVORCETo will issue thereon on the 27th day 'of I I ( ) <'...., William T.Hull.
July A. D. 1929 Clerk
j't_: urday and Sunday nights lasting until the defendant, Ruth Hartwright Dated. this. 20th! day. of June A.D.. Circuit Court Henrtty County, Fla.: --- } (

the wee hours of the morning Theyat Harrell. You are hereby commandedto ..- .. .

; : home to, their friends: for the present appear before this Court on the I J'

r*;$ at the Everett Hotel. 1st. day of July, 1929. and then and ',r"
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; Mr and Mrs. J. W. Scanland of there answer a Bill of Complaint OPTOMETRIST SERVICEIn \
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FortMyers attended the Fourth of : filed against you by Alva LHarrell.. .I r 0 ,

July celebration in La Belle. It is further ordered that this nor Clewiston Every Wednesday '

Mr. tice be published in the Clewiston 'sv /.i. .> L:.. ; >,;Ji. ;; .. ; ; : ,, :
and 111'8Joe Miller and family i'
News once a week for four consecutive -II '' :

of Forty Myers; made a visit to the weeks. Dr. J. J, Gtiilfoil of Moore's Inc., of West Palm Beach will make ; ":,. .. '. .' ',.; -- ','. .., . .
La Belle barbecue Independence; Day. .
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Done and ordered this 30th day of I his headquarters at Dr.Tat m's office every Wednesday to attend to
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.i" Marion Petit and son Charles and May, 1929. the glass needs 'of the people; of Clewiston.
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(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL '-
i' Earl Penny of Fort Mysrs notored to ANOTHER PROSPERQUS SUMMERr
Clerk Circuit Court i ,
the La Belle barbecue Independence ,,{ .
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Tuesday from a two

t.' .months volsit with Mrs Couch In Birmingham You To are whom hereby it may notified concern in compli-: I :;: ..." The'J; Oldest Established Jewelry Store in West Palm Beach :;: .' .,:::: : ':d;?;:' ;:;i; )1t ;;., _. .;< } F'd':" ;, < .


ance with Section 929, Compiled !

D. T. Farabee and family of Fort General Laws of Florida, 1927, that MARTINJeweler Is assured for this section through the activity \

TVIyers were among those attendingthe the Tax Assessor of Hendry County -: ::: ': .'" :::

La Belle barbecue Florida, will meet with the I ..:;.. .... "'..f;' Phone 2 1314. ..:;.. of the Southern Sugar Company.

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c that the farmer gets a 'ling shipped to:1: commission house RURAL COMMON SENSE remove skins and plK if sunfish; measure .
po\\'er to see to go over to see the county agent the ..
; STiFF FIGHT ONCOMMISSION fair return on his investment.'' the house will push. the sale of that : next day and get him to help us out. ,pulp: allow half as much: sugar ..:

: i' Offering all example of the InjusticeI j j consignment on which house money i; We don't have a Pied Piper of I I As usual, he was more than willing, as pulp When pulp is heavy ndd '.sugar

: EVIL .I consignment selling, Mr. Darden j j was advanced, putting the farmer I Hamlhi- In,our community to blow on i iI and he advised us to put all possible and cook: until c e'ar and of th6 desired [ -

said that a few weeks ago he shipped,.': which refused to accept an advanceat ; his bagpipe and induce all\ of the rAts''i food for the rats in tight bins and consistency. Pour In lint steril i

carload, of beans on consignment to.' a disadvantage. I jto I jump into 'the river, but barium then feed them on barium carbonate jars. Seal and process Immediately. x V ,I

; : ; LOOMS IN! GLADES a New York house I II I Although the battle will be a diffl-' carbonate has come to our rescue and | The barium carbonate should be Peach Ice Cream '

The 412 hampers sold at $1.75 or a ,. cut one, leaders' in the movement believe 'I IruIItved us of this pest. j i mixed with meal or flour In the proportions Use 2 cups milk 2 cups cream or .

I gross of $7Q 1. On the statement returned -I I I: that with determination they t I got tired of this constant boarder f of about 1 to 4, he told me evaporated milk, 3 cups peach pulp.

Leading Farmers Marshal to him from the commission I: can win and they point to the .buying eating up my corn, beans, oats. This should ye moistened to about the 2 1.2 cups sugar, tablespoon lemon
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'., Forces To Eliminate house deductions were $370.80 for : of strawberries at Plant City and thef. chickens and other things that had consistency of dough juice.

freight, $32.06 for cartage and sorting I o. b. market at Pompano and Fort been so much trouble to produce .I I He said for us to place this bait Peel ripe", peaches and pub through ,

Selling of Crops Ont $72.10 commission, leaving him of the Lauderdale_ as evidences that it can don't mind feeding horaes, cows. hogs where the rats could get to it easily, a coarse sieve Add sugar and lemon

:;. Consignment.Progressive f $721 fgross but $215 14 I be done and animals that :pay: for their keepin I and keep other feed away from Ih :'m. juice, stir well and allow to stand I

,j The first Injustice,"acCording to the The three major evils which the work: or meat or milk but this rat I He also said to weep water out of the while preparing the cream Add milk

:: truck farmers: of the Everglades farmer Is that the ten per farmers hope to eliminate by rejection I horde is always taking out and! bringing houses where they could yet to It, and cream gradually to pe-ith: pulp t

.'.. northern Everglades arc marshalling i cent commission should have been I of consignment sales are: in nothing in return. and they would go outside in search. and. freeze until stiff .
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s;_ this fall to revolutionize the plan of had been deducted which would have freight is deducted from gross. land, Ed .Williams, Old Slim Timmons, HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Cut top off a loaf of sponge or good ':

selling of their crops, refuse to ship made the commission $35.02;; Instead II Exhorbltant cartage and sorting Bill Hankins, Abe Larkins and I happened PEACH RECIPES plain cake: and remove center l leaving

', produce on consignment to northern I'1 1of $72.10. The next exhorbltant charge charges. to be all 1 together out In the i a shell about J-2 ;itch tuick Mix "/ I

markets and insist on an f. o. h market ::: according to Darden Is the cartage I Advance of money to farmers to yard one Sunday afternoon not long ''Peach Butter I. together 3 tablespoons sugar and }boiling ,

In the Everglades, it was l learned and sorting charge of $32 90' I put !In crops. I ago whittling, talking and doing noth- Use 4 quarts ripe peaches' sugar. water and bon J minute.;. Add <:

this week :j i[ In the first place, he explains'since Solution according to, 'those who j' ing In general when Gus up and said and juice of-1-2 lemon. enough powdered 3Mgar' to make an

Tin movement If successful will it was a carload lot, and since the' have made a thorough study of the i "By the way, Spuds, what 'voulrt you, I Dip the peaches first in boiling icing that: can be easily f>:)rcucf.Cover. I .

deal a death blow to representives of ,, beans came not only from the same ,! situation lies first in the organizationof Isay to us all going together and getting water then In cold water and slip off rm and sides of rake with iiing ?:n.Itprinkle
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been' buying on consignment In the would have been ridiculous. As for 100 per cent membership of northern killing time around: here? The pests I I i very coft. Press through a en antier shredded cocoa nlt t. Fill (center!

Everglades, will put the farming business cartage, he has the statement of several Everglades farmers and united refusal -: are sure eating up a lot of dollar fori I and measure; to each pint of pulp with sliced sugared: peaches: lumthorn 1tin S

on a more profitable plane in commission men that usually the to sell on consignment, and restrict -i i 118 5, and one of us cannot let; rid of I allow 1 cup sugar. Mix pea:ih pulp :! up. Serve with plain l"namJ:
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.: even greater prosperity throughout. pier where It is .unloaded; the buyer Belle Glade, South Bay, Chosen, Pa- 1 community cooperation, so that there of the consistence:: of raaiinaiaile:: : .
t. this section Leaders j In the movement'''I I I Pour into sterilized jars ::1 Hi s 'al at : ORANGE TERRACE
:: paying to have It carted, away. hokee, Clewiston or wherever the far i' will he none at the neighbors, ilOUCJ I > : <
:: are quick to recognize the difficulty : "But let us suppose that there. is' mer brings his vegetables. to come over and infest my place once Or, wash through y nice, ripe r Attractive home-luce rooms, excellent l-,

f.-:: .. of their battle but they believe that some cartage from the pier to they!' The matter of overcoming the ad i j again when I get rid of mine, and so peaches: : cut and remove pi's If freestones meals 4. blocks from business ,

success will be the greatest boon to commission house. The farmers is !( vancing of money to farmers is probably on/' Cook in their own jtiiVrw until section. G2 Orange St., Asheville ".';
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, Heading the movement which is just because the commission nian livesin the following plan has been suggestedto I j' joined right in and said, "Yes sir, that ----..-.------ T' -- ''0:....
s;'. gathering speed dally are Jim 0. Dar-' New York?'' i 'correct this: I suits me." We all realized that the
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. den, prosperous farmer and member One of the greatest injustices and I I Farmers of the northern Everglades :' old saying, "Tend to your own 'rat r

t of the city council of Belle Glade and I the greatest obstacle to he overcome 'I!i would form a powerful organization! .., :-.. ., ::l'::h : b all right when apt -
.. Dr W J. Buck, president of the I .\ "SEE MOORE' TO SEE MORE" ..
(.., according to the Everglades farmers. with membership fees and arrangements : t hued to some things but not to killing "
Belle Glade city council. J is the advancing of crop money by i, with a loan company to ad i, rats. / : ;c/
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I vance money to note to "Ilow're you' goin to get rid of the s"
'- to battle the evil of consignment ';> Before planting season, representatives -' be endorsed by the organization. In cutters?" asked Old Slim Timmons. .5 Moo r e .

: J selling .of vegetables from the nor- '' of the commission houses scatter this way the farmer needing moneyto "These here traps are pretty good, .

F r.:. them Everglades. For :years tho commission money for crops throng the Everglades put in his! crop would apply to the I but they won't catch all of the rats OPTOMETRISTS OPTICIANS

' ; houses have held the reins In the avergae case approximately loan bureau receive his money at a I in this community in 10 years Of h

and the northern Everglades farmer $1,000 or $2,000 is advanced to moderate rate of Interest and be in course now we could pizen 'em.1 WM. E. MOORE, JR., OPH.D.. 222 1-2 CLEMATIS ST. 1 1nu
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I. n't the slightest Idea what their returns Not all of the farmers accept this !i
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,;:. According to Dr. Buck president of I farmers, therein lies the trougle. Although within the next few weeks a meetingwill -- ::; i

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