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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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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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'. ;-- '; CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY; NOVEMBER I 1. 1929
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) >' Mrs. McCohnachie' ,J'i. ,' I' : EDITORIAL" ., ';X; Williamson Coffee I G. DAHLBERG
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t PROSPECT Gives Aid .
Finance. Dept. f rj-; $ _
The"'success of enterprise' \\hotJtierjIt be to welcome a visiting delegationor
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1 i: '" G'OOD BEAN'PREDCTEDR MARl '' Promotion, of ,Mrs.: C;" \/. R. Mc-, ,'building": ? ..a' community depends'on"..' cooperation, and in no case is this More than $4b was added SPENDS THREE

: Connachle who for the, past .year; i Ladles Aid fund as a result
moroUruethnn in' the efforts' of tn" nterprising: members of the Clewiston
has. been secretary. to P.G.., Bishop' ,' /. Afternoon. Coffee party held
:;; HERE operating vice president- ,' "of the Better. Business League in maklng. 'zvn\ honest effort to build up 'a greater home of. Mrs. F. L. DAYS IN TOWN
; : .(' .ver offerings were received _
.1 ; Southern Sugar company. was .an: "volume: '.of home business.. '': Ji? .
nounced at the ,, sugar' offices : : \ Mrs. R. L. Simpson who
r.' I 1" .,::, ;company, ': f But it 'I? 'unfair that a few oivia-. pirated merchants should carry along: over the money booth
t yesterday. :. Official And Fa-
f" 'Hooker's 12l( Acres, Of Mrs. McConnachie has' been, as; those ,whose custom it is to take*- ncrpait' in the effort but'sit back and wait I the affair had netted 4150.

\ ; **- Beans To.Show Gross. ,signed to the financial departmentas for results. ." *3v/* *'"?. Mrs. William T. Bailey and mous Publicist In Sugar
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assistant to .M. W.Bigg.. .: William G. Ames assisted Baron's Party On Inspection
J Return' .Pf 60,000 ; E. B Perkins formerly of Chicagohas Such is substantially the case' wjthtthe l owners'of the B & 'B cash grocery iamson In receiving( the Tour

,, Egg Plant and More assumed his duties as 'Mrs. stores, the decision branch of which is one of several in a chain. AccordIng In serving at the refreshment Here.

: Beans P lance d. McConnachie's! successorINAUGURATION. written Clewiston Drive The rooms were artistically B. G. Dahlberg, president of the
,! t. rl to a letter to the News, the "Trade at Home Please turn to Page 5
::I- .- Sugar company and the ,
l .. 'If. Did Not Pass Our Advertising Department Successfully." The functions of
,.,.., ': With prospects a shortage in the OF company accompanied by
**bean marl\ot: this :rear, bean farmers the advertising department ar ittrsterr for a careful check tailed to Ll\ BELLE FLOOD Dahlberg, Charles G. Rhofles,
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irtu; the Clewiston .section'-o: :the northern MAE reveal advertising in 'any of the papers of the towns in which branches of of the Celotex company and
NEW
Everglades will realize handsome ROUTE 1 m PROBLEM B. Baker, prominent New
.. this organization are located. Handbills scattered on the front porches of
it
returns on their investment, publicist returned to the north

"I was seen .in a statement of his activities ANNOUNCED. HER Clewiston residents are .piInted.sorSSplace< ; other than Clowiston. With the spending three days on a com .

nfadQ by W. C. Bill Hooker, STATE tour of his Florida
prop-
exception of the local employee's: sahirry the News is anxious to know just
'. Hendry county commissioner and a t" i ,7 .
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prominent farmer' .of this section. .Direct Service From what the B & B cash stores are- iv trg Clewiston In return for the substan- Coming from Palm Beach by way

""\' ..: In the' Clewiston area Mr. Hooker tial volume of business they have hj&retofore been enjoying.The ClewistonBY Member Canal Point, the sugar baron dis
Coast
East City
: has 120f:acres'-of' bountiful beans, to sides At Heat'' local work with his FlorIda
I purpose of the News is not the persecution of a non-advertising merchant -
l be ready for' shipment to noithernmarkets Started Today.Inauguration .
; r about. November 20. Wo merely} feel that such a glaring. example of lack of cooperation in In La Belle. In the fresh morning air early

. I l\' ';. From*\ years' of experience in farming of a Star mail route community building should be called to the,, attention of Clewiston shoppers.. morning, Mr. Dahlberg ac

r :A in. this 'section, the county offida bettering the service between Palm Problems! confronting the : ''I only by Mr. Baker and
Progressive merchants of Clewiston'are building not selfishly but with a the matter
i ,.r i estimates that he will pick: ap- Beach and Clewiston and Intermediate .A of flood control '. Rhodes walked about the town-

i':. .: .proximately 106" hampers. to the acre points, including Pahokee and Canal true community spirit. That, constitutes: : the case. Let the Clewiston publicbe the Caloosahatchee valley spending some time at the com
'', # of'12,000 hampers form here yesterdayby cussed at the hearing of the where George Wat-
::1 or a ,total Point was announced the jury. nursery
i the 120 acres. / R. Patterson, Clewiston post- Flood control board comm ins, nurseryman, explained, the va-
.I' 'r.: Keeping in close touch with maiketconditions master who said that the service is In a spirit of justice The Clewiston. ..'' News 'will gladly. publish any; answer Belle Thursday when tropical plants and shrubs
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thiough his agents in New to he started today. >to this editorial jy which the owners 'or*."management of the store in question 4 Deane Duff Clewiston After more than an hour spent in

a YorkfMr. Hoqker believes that the According to the arrangement made *& Governor's board presided. about the townsite Mr. Dahl-
care to make.
,. t bean' f.market fate' in November. for mail on the special Star route will I may ,.Jr.. members of the board (Please turn to page 5))

: .. Florida' Bountififls. will be at least leave West Palm Beach at 7:30 Russel H. Snow of Miami. .

$5 per hamper so that on,his, 120 acre 'o'clock every morning with Griffis of Okeechobee and
,-- deuver-I MORE ROAD FLOOD CONTROL MIAMI I MEETING
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farm .he will gross some; $60,000. Of ies at Lo.caaatehc3, Belle WORK1I.y drainage engineer.The

I 1 (Please 'turn' to page 5)) hokee. Chosen, 'Canal Point South board members .

I .'. .- Bay, Miami Locks, Ritta and Clewis- I IS PLANNED :; GROUP TO MEET corned by Carl Royer, TO TALK BOOKLET'PLANS
Belle and the session

.,: tELOTEXOFAmAL ton.On the '.eastbound star 'route, the NEW SUGAR BOW NEXT TUESDAY La Belle theatre POSTPONED
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mail will leave election at noon : The hearing brought out ,

J. ;lMPRESSED WITH with pick-ups and deliveries at Rilta, "-';., that there was no loss of --
: ', the cattle farms in the La
)-r" c.''tI Palm South Beach Bay,arriving Belle Glade in the and east West coast S Bids Opened For W Q r.J-..I Williamson. Calls Meeting tion and no serious property 5)B.High Water ConditionsIn I

I/ {GLADES PROGRESS city at six o'clock in the evening The On Pahokee-Belle': .'." : ,}{r i> To Seek] Federal as a result of the high water.It Lowe Gladys 1 Is

Ii i new star route will be effective daily a Highway : .. :I'1 Aid.Clewiston was also brought out at Cause For Delay .
f ing that the problem is not ,,
1''C.'it\ G. Rhodes Visits! except Sunday. "f !
mail leavPlease : ; of drainage but one of flood
the fact that the
Despite Completion of network of iOd'lrmids I II Because of other problems confronting -

::11.i <<; "p istn After 3 turn to Page 5 in, the sugar belt around JJ.r d, I I WEST( PALM News BEACH Special, Fla.).. Oct. : and that the substantiating level of the figures I the communities in the lower

tY e eastern and southern shore of.Qkeechobee I2IeI: I Glades as result of high water for the.
; II ;: : ?;,; \ ,: ep.rtse T ,' __ I+I SI.: -During the present storm season I (Please turn to page
... I : became definitelyjjfas- which past few weeks the meeting plannedjiscuss ,
f : ,; LtlAMS-fS is, waning, if indeed it has not
: "' I R'tUtnuis, l ''absence 'of v-t 5 i r nd'! W"rft'! wro!!d -ro .i'vJPrirCfewIstnyeste'rSuy Jill, ; -- Miami for last Saturday/t
: .
,. > ..',. 'Ii.rf' C' ,. L, 'Ir&xdy passocl, the Everglades region ; '
: III I .... ... .."\ _.: $' y'C3fs : :-sinair,'town :7riI of tneopeuing of has been fortunate in having had only I GLADES PUPILS booklet plans has beenT postpbne;"

:;1\\ 1', grown into a thriving -c community and .: N' sPE KEm ,tfids .on Tallahassee. for the construc- two serious floods, one in the Caloo I, was announced In. a message from

: ": a fifty mile area of Everglades transformed tion of the ten mile stretch of road I Dale James, executive secretary of
sahatchee :
I ; MEEt Valley region in the neigh- DISMISSED '
I Into a vast sea of'waving .sug Ar'miA n between Belle Glade and 'Pahokee borhood of La Belle, and the other I II the Miami[" Chamber' of Commerce.

: I e ar cane, Charles G. Rhodes of Chicago I which was badly damaged in. the 192Sstorm. centered around Hialeah. Substantial The purpose of the meeting was to
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': treasurer of the Celotex company protection against floods may be secured I HENDRY I discuss plans for a booklet outlining

,'I! spending several days here this week Clewiston Man Heads I R. Huffman. Construction com- I before another storm season if I agricultural advantages in the back
pany of Miami offered a bid of ?167320.26 I south to
G. impressed Okeechobee
with B. Dahlberg, was visibly I 'country from
prompt interests
i' List Navy Pro steps are taken by Florida ,
at Day !
with the made here. and S. J. Groves and Son of Hialeah. 'It
progress School Superinte
aided which will
i 10.w by Congress, :
1 "It is almost impossible to. believe. gram in Magic City. Orlando were bidders with $10.180S. ,- II convene in regular session on Decem- Insists On Acting on the theory that prosp' rl-'

I .:. .. that such great progress has been .70. ber 1. tyfor Miami, Alexander Orr, Jr.,.

'. '., made here" said Mr., Rhodes "and it F.L.. Williamson, president of the The Belle Glade-Pahokee stretch is C Notice of a special called meetingof ment of State president of the Miami chamber of

is astonishing to see that such a Florida "Flood Control Association as (Please turn to page 5) representatives from each of eleven commerce has been active in promoting di

w thriving community has formed since speaker of the evening at the Navy South Florida Counties to considerthe (Clewiston News' ) a more active spirit of coopera-

.. my last visit here when a hotel and Day excercises in 1\Uami'Monday' even NEW PLANTERS ARENEARLYCOMPLETED whole subject, has been issuedby LA BELLE, Oct. 30.-At tion between the communities of, the

a handful of homes comprised the ing outlined the advantages to south meeting of the Hendry northern and southern ',Evergladesand I
t '\ the Florida, Flood Control Asso-
\ro, town. Florida of development of inland waterways ciation. The meeting is to be held in of Education Friday it was Miami, and It was through his
here Mr. and of that in order to the that the good will tour throughthe
+ Arriving Sunday by plane, in the state a cross West Palm Beach at 10 A. M., Tues- obey efforts

Rhodes joined Mr. Dalhberg and with state canal via Lake Okeechobee. day, November 5. regarding pupils of other northern Everglades was arranged,

the exception of a short trip about Opening his address with a tributeto I The organization is unofficial, and tending schools, to send several weeks ago. *

,.. town the afternoon was devoted to Theodore Roosevelt, Mr. "William Work Pushed On Large non-political. The Executive Committee ty pupils home. Friday "A thorough spirit Jf cooperation i

conferences with local officials. son recounted Roosevelt's connectionwith Order For Southern consists of F. L. Williamson of Superintendant Stallings between Miami and, the rich back l

: Before leaving however, Mr.Rhodes. the building of the Panama Can- the pupils and explained the country and an appreciation of tho
Clewiston
,j... Sugar Company.Forging ; Howard W. Selby of West
( made a thorough inspection of the al and emphasized the fact that while Palm Beach; B. B. Freeland of Miami telling them to remain out tremendous progress made in the I

,- .j i Florida holdings of the Southern Sug- railroads were apprehensive lest the I and Monday contrary to the back country is the solution of South
I. ahead workers at the ; It E. Kurtz of Fort Myers; I
I company visiting the cane 'fields completion of the canal would detract I ents orders Principal Royer Florida's problems"* said Mr. Orr.
William Griffis of Okeechobee. Sev-
I I J.ar I plantation machine shop south of
'\ ; (Please turn to page 5)) from their business, the volume of eral in when coming for their Although the meeting has been
I months have been spent an
Clewiston
are nearing the end of their
; the cham-
business done by transcontinental main since he had made postponed for the present,
I task of building 20 of the planting ma- Intensive study of Everglades prob-
CLERK APPOINTED railroads has increased phenomenally ments for paying for them ber of commerce president said thatit
data
lems and jn'gathering authentic -
chines for use by the Southern Sugar
rather than decreased since the build- personal money. will be held later in the year and ,
which has not heretofore been
in Its extensive
(Clewiston News Special) ing of the Panama Canal.In company planting sugar cane available. Definite plans have been The state law provIdes definite date will be announced later. f

LA BELLE, Oct. 30.-Miss Inez Ma- reviewing the work of the federal program. dividual may pay their
made for securing consideration of
The machine the
designed and
gill has been appointed by Tom Hull, government in the development of was that the County School PARTY TONIGHTThe
first one built by N. the case at Washington, with the expectation -
Storey en-
, Il j clerk of the circuit court, as deputy inland waterways of the nation, the C. other order funds taken out of
financial
that aid, and
gineer for the Southern
; 1 clerk succeeding Mrs. H. L. Delaney speaker also stressed the fact that Sugar com- treasury to pay for pupils Christian Endeavor of the
f wise, will be secured from the United
and after
being successfully .
fr; who resigned a week ago. Miss MaIl many of the important inland water- pany another school. This law I Clewiston Community Church announces -
demonstrated to the satisfaction of States. 'l'he'preparation, final adop- "
f Il 1 '" gill has been in Detroit, Mich., for ways of the north may be used slightly so that a parent would not that all the young people ot
Southern Sugar officials, tion, and execution, of all engineering
r. the past several months and is said more than 200 days: of each year company to pay for their taxes and the town are cordially invited to at-
plans, and all expenditures thereun-
crders
placed for the Immediate
to be well qualified to assume the du- because of freezes while in Florida were children attending school.l.I tend their Halloween "tacky" party.
,(Please turn to 5))
Please turn to page
I ties of deputy clerk. (Please turn to page 5)) page 5 The Hendry county The party will be held at the school

1 I (Please turn to page I house at 7:30 Friday evening. j

j Tourney Talked For Mrs. Ames PraisesCooperative I
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111\1\; '!:" LOCAL MERCHANTS LAUNCH CAMPAIGNFOR Opening Of New Nine>< Spirit CLEWISTONITES MAKE WHOPEE AT. N j jI

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.It \\1 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT HOME Possibility of a golf tournamentto Praise for the-manner in which the DANCE

. .,' -- mark the opening of Clewiston'snew residents of this community are cooperating -I COLORFUL HALLOWEEN MASQUE ;,
' ,il'..I nine hole course within the in the plans for the bazaar

With only fifty-five days to Christ- proved of a buy-at-home campaignand next few weeks 'being discussedby planned by the Ladles Aid of the -
:
Hallow-
.: j mas, members of the Clewiston Better appointed a committee to see all golf enthusiasts of the commu- Clowiston Community church was expressed -! Clewistonites held their charge of Mrs. William .Ames, president

:11 J. Business ;League joined la a movement members not represented at the meeting nity. here yesterday by Mrs. William celebration Wednesday night at the I assisted by Mrs. Claude Downs

i I'' this week for an educational According to tentative plans now G. Ames, president."On Clewiston Inn in what was voted the I and Mrs. Roy: L. Simpson.

;;1 \ campaign to increase the volume of For the past ten days the committee being discussed the tournament every side there is evidence most brilliant social event of the sea- Music for the dancing was furnished
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local business and to fire the first' has canvassed the merchants of would be so conducted to make it of even greater cooperation than last son when the Clewiston Cotillion club I by Henri Godio's Show Boat orchestra -

guu in the campaign for early ChrIst- the community and with but a few possible for even a novice to bring year" said Mrs.Ames. "and early sponsored the Halloween masqueradedance. from West Palm Beach.A ,r

mas shopping. exceptions the plan has met with home the bacon, since the scores of Indications are that this will be by I feature of the evening was a vocal l

: The campaign which includes news- unanimous approval. local golfers would be averages and far the biggest thing of the kind we Mr.and. Mrs. Green of Celotextownas solo by Mrs. Boston of Wset Palm

'{ paper advertising ,and talks by the Acting on the theory that Clewis handicaps announced accordingly. have ever attempted." a Spanish couple were awarded I Beach. Her first number was Victor I ,

i I'' league, representatives before' the ton residents are ready and willing Fairways on the new nine hole Virtually' every woman in the com first prize and Mr. and Mrs. Beards- Herbert's Mystery of Life and he-

membership of other organizations in to cooperate with the local merchantsthe course west of the aviation field munity has been pressed into serviceon I ley as a pirate and his lady were sponding to the avalanche of, applause ., 2 2at

the community Is a result of the discussion members of the Clewiston.Better. have been completed and mowd: I one of the committees for the bazaar awarded second prize.A. the conclusion of the first number f.

A '. at a recent meeting of the Business League will stress in their several times and work is now centering which will be held in the show refreshment booth for the bene- she sang "Am I Blue" for an encore: 1fI

local merchants in the Clewiston Inn advertisements ,and in addresses the on the construction the room of the McDonald Motor company -. fit of the Ladies Aid society of the The hope was expressed that solos r 1 1whereltldustrYAnd
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when those present definitely ap-' (Please turn to page 5) greens and tees. November 22, 23, and 24. I Clewiston community church was in I (Please turn to page 5))
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FAOI: T\VO CLEW1STQN NEW L ,EWISTON FLORIDA J

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, '1929 .
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The Clewiston News I. SCHOOL NOTES FLORIDA. LAWS WORTH KNOWING i .

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Successor to The Clewiston Progress Ii
BY HENRY STOREYFor THE SWORN: TAX RETURN 1 i I I

the last three weeks the boys By F. Jack LaceyAs ELECTRIC WORK THAT'PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN
Entered as second-class matter :February 8, 192S, at the post officeat
and girls of the Clewiston t.UgtSchoo'I -
Clewiston Fla., under the Act of -March. 3, 1879. I SAFETY AND COMFORT.
under the instruction
of' has been published, the sworn

Mrs. Drinkwater, have been learn- tax return Is ,a legal rule which first

LOUIS A. MORGAN ...................................................,........ Publisher ing to play tennis. Rapid progresswas came into use In the sixteenth I "Don Strike a Match, -Press- a Button

made by the students due to tury when England
TOM SMITH\ ....................,..11.1..1.1...................................... Editor the enthusiasm showed in adopted cen.1
learningthe measure. However, since the CANTRELL l ELECTRIC COMPANY ;. )

Subscription Rates game. Every afternoon, after ture of Florida wrote it into the Flor- i Clewiston Fla.

school hours, practice was held at ida law. there have been develoP1 Phone Conn.

the local court. First the
pupils ments bringing
By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida about much dIscus-
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were taught the simple strokes to 1 ,_ __
sion. To explain the origin of the law -- cr
One 52.50 One year $2.00
year
accustom them to handling the ra- for this state; it is not a part of the
1.60 Six 1.00
months months --
Six
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quet. Next the rUles were explainedand "Carlton administration tax
Three months 1.26 Three months ..76NEWS' program,
practice games were played.An but was enacted by other factors in Official A. C. L.' Railroad watch inspector

the legislature. It is receiving the sup-
PLATFORM
elimination tournament was port of the chief executive, becauseit
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. started last Monday. The and M. RflPPQ "'
boys is a law, and is recognized as one P. '
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and JDUulij .
girls played their matches on alter- which will have much to do with the .

concentration of products. nate afternoons. There was a great successful collection of taxes and JEWELER

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and deal] of talent for the game displayedin placing of just assessments. '. I

oCher products of this region to the northern markets. I. 'these matches and the competitionwas In a circular just issued to news- I Expert Watch; Clock: & Jewelry Repairs

4. frail functioning of cooperative marketing association for
The
a keen. The finals were played on papers and tax assessors by FrankE. '

both buying and selling purposes. Saturday afternoon. Marcia Avant and :' Drew, state tax equalizer, Mr. Clewiston, Florida Hays ,B'Id'g. -

J Jewel Lowe the two girls to reach Drew says that one of the featuresof
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-: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1929 the finals, through the process of the l law is In undertaking to get --- -- ---- -- ----

elimination, played an excellent match as nearly as possible, Inventory of .:..=..:.. ....... ... ..._ ..... .... ..._...... ._............ . . . . . .
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MORE WORK FOR TRUE FLORIDANS '. Marcia Avant won in two straightsets. taxable properties. He says that it I.;. =t'

should be of especial service to out I! ;
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of state property owners, who by .:. I
Florida seems to be assured of one of the greatest winter seasons in Its -
Th match between the finalistsin their taxes help citizens to carry the V

history. From a hundred sources from -very town and hamlet, comes Information the boys section was a remark- expense of government.In :: A visit by you, will be a favor to us, whether :t

able performance on the part of this circular, Mr. D.Je'fv) f s $
to verfy this claim. Apparently those who have been engaged in :!: you are ready to buy now or l later. '
both boys. Each played a game that against the "appraisal services"which .:. ... ::
the selling of the state as a winter'resort have been eminently successful. would have been a credit to far have_sprung up in the state, t. .t.

So well has their work been done that the bringing of people here duringthe more experienced players. The asking a lee of $10. He declares that 'f' iT

score 6-1, 6-1 in favor of Wallace ,t'::;'; Is no way In which a just ::!: We hope to be a real service to the people in this city and surround-)i:
winter should easier and easier in valua-I
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prove the future. Therefore would '
Allen indicates a decidedly .'j'nc"-- /tion can be placed on ) ,:: 'ou'r
ing ccuntry by carrying in stock well Q)
selected
.
a high grade line of ::
seem to be good Idea for
a people of Florida to stress the advantages that sided match, but on the contrary says that his department is working :

the state offers in the way of industry and agriculture, rather than contin- nearly every game wrr.l'to: : deuce.It on a plan which will be of service to I :.:;I:. Jewelry, Elgin and other standardized Watches 1847 Rogers and .:::.
for tax in this connection. '
was no disgrace Junior Jef- payers f
::
uing to dwell upon the Idea of the winter climate. I Community silverware. :t
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fries to be the_- loser in such a "Comparable, Mr. Drew declares, ;

Now would be a good time to start a' campaign to familiarize visitors with match. Ten!&!: seems to run In his "on the millage for 1929* $10 would I ;:; .. '
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the fact that Florida has family. M-: .' Jeffries, Junior's father pay the state tax on over $700( of tax .
a good
year-'round climate
and has
many attractions captured d the cup in the men's singles able property. And, with the highest :.::.: Anr listen, ..toCthis' .: :. You. 'can, purchase. .' on the..' installment. plan. : .at ';:,'
for investors : .
in her agricultural and industrial \ : ; .;.
possibilities. If it has :>tournament here last summer. :that county millage has ever gone up : .
::: cash .
; regular prices. =
proven profitable to advertise the state's winter climate, it stands to reason J./ to in average over the state, $10 .. k ", :

that it will to The four players' who reached the would pay the entire state tax together r +
pay acquaint visitors with these additional facts. / .
,' finals will r.eceive. letters from the with county taxes on an assessed

Convincing these visitors that we have ,a good summer, climate-J aii{ that I atb/etic/ association of the school at property valuation of over $190. It .;.. .+;.

Florida is a good place in which to invest (barring the uncertainties the end of the year. would pay such rating of state and .
of future ..
county taxes plus any penalty under !i CUNNmGHAfti..RHODES JEWELRY CO. *
taxes) is the next big task facing the ,people of FJcfida ;
and it is
one The school wishes to thank Mr. the statute upon over $150 of taxable

that should appeal to every citizen of the state. Every person in Florida Fred Puryear for the use of the old valuations. .;! In City Drug Co. Store :

would profit from the establishment tennis net which he generously do- This appraisal service has been the : ,,. Clewlslon Florida ::
of .
: new farrang and ', .
manufacturing enterprises : ...,J" ...
/ nated last week. The net will be ,subject of recent editorials in a few '' ."" :
so every individual should lose_ .-iio: opportunity to sell the state, placed in the school yard for the I newspapers' that unethical work was : .,. "A-( :";;;'::" :' MAIN STORE IN MIAMI.. ':-, .... 7.i.-:. .'" :!: rr

to the winter J' !: :: : : \ '<$, { :" i.:' I '.
visitors. use of the students. being done to.secure funds from out :. ..'. : :!:
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of state tax There is privilege :
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People of payers.
Florida..fan iclp: m this move by bringing
to
the attention of : Much to the delight of the Inmates, ,1 granting operating of tax collection t.- !
winter i
visitors the ;
opportunities that the state has to offer in the way of I there will be no school on Friday ,of agencie, but not one granting .. :: ;.: : ........ ...... ..-.... ... .. .,_
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farming:nd industry. If every town and city in the state would take stock this week. 'There is a teachers meet- just: ,appraisal service.EXAMINED :..:. :..:' : : :..:..: .:.::-:..::.:..:-::.-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: :..: :..:-:--:-:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: -:. .
of-rue inducements that ing in Fort Ayers which the teachers ; : ? -.t. :;.
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can offer manufacturers, obtain data on the ;:i FI.T. if.: ,..'. '* ..
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from Clewiston will attend. ", GLASSES .:.
. .. .r.- farming possibilities In r' .f. rKerrhan's'Inc. 327 Clematis y .
the territory immediately adjacent, the citizens of __ -1tIf. PHYSICIAN* ? y It -.1-: : '
FED BY A FfECIALIS ; i ij.J
the state could then keep up an incessant campaign to bring new invest- I' Plans for a big Halloween are >. .
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under The "spooky spir- ,
ments Into the state .now way. PRICES REASONABLE I -" +
which
would
greatly accelerate Florida's develop itv seems to prevail throughout the /: JiERI'AI'JS[ "' ::
ment.-Exchange.Another -
school The lower grades have artistically Pahokee Optical Co. ..
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decorated their rooms i

": with jack-o-lanterns, witches and I Located i In Kerr's Jewelry Store, Eveimig.;.

of the advantages of living in an unincorporated community is other familiar Halloween figures.
The are planning their Wilder Bldg. Pahokee :
upper grades
forcibly ;
brought home when we stop to consider the improvement work masquerade parties. Halloween FROCKS

under way on Royal Palm avenue from Civic Center Park to Avenida Del wouldn: t seem right without the FOR SALE-Safes. Store and Of- l

Rio. As a result of the beautification program being pushed by the Clew- masquerade, parties, for when Halloween fice equipment. New and used. ::. ( < .\\ ..t y.

Is mentioned one immedi- TUXBURY FROCKS in delicate ;
iston company this street is being transformed'from :;:
a commonplace street 117 N. Poinsettia
ately pictures the masquerade party :
Into a bit of tropical paradise. On West Palm Beach chiffons ,- corticilla :::
completion, two smooth ribbons of road with its witches, ghosts pirates

will stretch between rows of stately Royal Palms while in the parkway I etc. I'm.afraid. not many'of us think' 6TP materials sheer :;:

center will be tropical plants and shrubs about the origin of this hallowed STRAWBERRY PLANTS y. :, panne velvet-transparent :!:
of various '
description. celebrate
Unques- saints day and why we

tionably on completion it :will surpass in beauty such widely known streetsas Halloween.FOR MISSIONARY ..=.. velvet-chiffon ,_::;: "

First street in Fort Myers and the main highway $2.50 per 1,000 ;, velvet, gracefully *
in Rockledge on the Cash With Orders
east coast. SALE-Packard six Sedan. slim but with lovely :!:
''""; l5... Fine shape. Bargain. See Mr. V/all at Leuis SkrobickMoore f

That the improvement work will be I"( Material Co. flares below the hips, :_:
an asset to the entire section is evident Clewiston Building Haven, Fla. t k ':

and in watching the -..- distinguish Winter's /j '\ ': '
progress of the work this week we were movedto .. :

consider what property would be considered "\ ..;.. mode for evening. :: .
benefitted by the move, .:. :....
were;! Clewiston an .:.. ..
incorporated town. Basing the estimate on experience ..:. .::..

gained at city and county commission meetings it seems logical that the : .: :::' One Group ':.:. J ::

assessment would Include property on the east as far i ...
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as the Bigg home," on )
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Sagamore avenue on the south C ,
to the I
Hopkins block ; $19.75JAW
on the west to the $
Alston and Wright .
homes
and .
on the north to the Duff .0
Houze and Bishop .
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Residences benefitted by on the the improvement.ridge, for properties within this area must certainly be K 7 1t .:i..:, Others up to $125.0 ::._:

Since the town is unincorporated and with ..;. ;.
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the Dahberg interests doing the beautification work the only assessment 0.;:.. .. .;..

levied Is a, request for .'(.
cooperation. That surely is something to write home 1 f a. 'i 0-: .'""I".'"..:..' :,:."" '.- NEW .::.:
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Those who think that Clewlstons ..:. :, ; q ; 'i.1 / ;;., !
only form
of .
entertainment /" .
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is the bi- .
Serv-ICE ) I. '. .'.
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always 'i
weekly dances SUNSHINE :: AT
golf, tennis
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and
bridge, would do well to cock their t'-o 1 'TLr. <
ear true to measurements. It. .;. ;
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ground for rumors of the .. .' :,,, -. r
proposed :
Roman -0""
member of the chariot races on which a means that :you get full' weigh l IFf 1 :;: $4.95 <" .i:.
younger set is said
to be working. Garlands on head, sandaleneased' of solid frozen ice. Every cake :: ..
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feet ;
flying togas and fiery steeds. But the plan is not yet com that leaves our plant ismecharf ::: ...
plete and the originator of the plan pOtirE f In this collection rare hats of every type-for :=::
until all modestly shies from any publicity ically: scored into, standard size n f :!: ...

the details are worked out, but it's worth while waiting for. blocks. No variation. It is ac :!: sports, for afternoon and for the semi-formal ::

curate. A few cents a day keeps hit :: occasions. In many the interest centers on :i:
'Wonders: In :
Clewiston
never cease. If you haven't the microbe away.BuY ice C ::
been
out
to the new your OMPA the
golf brim-cut to droop or flare at the sides
course recently, you're :,:
missing one of the biggest thrills in Clewis ton. from the wagon or truck with :::

Planned by Stiles and Van Kleek and constructed by the forces of the the Orange Oval Emblem. :;: and extending in long line over the back of :f

Clewiston company the golf .-w---- ;Address and Phono :!:
sodded fairways course is a sight for sore eyes. Wide well .._.. the neck. In nearly all the face is exposedthe '
where
a year ago was tangled .:.
bush, .
and now work is being .) ;

pushed on the construction of the greens and tees so that within the next ... .:. hats being quite brimless in front or with ::

few weeks the shout of "[orc"* will be heard on Clewlston's nine hole ITH, IClEf f.. a brim that flares back smartly 1 from the ':!:

course. Drive out past the airplane hangar and .:. ....
see the course. You'll be .
more L .t. b row.
thoroughly sold I
on Clewiston r
after the trip. .t" :
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vided. Improved implements and machinery *I
La Belle News r have long been put Into use
THE PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO.
by the men of the farm in their work
Of Greensboro, N. C.
while the farm women have had to
\A Charles Lancaster' arrived in La Assetts $10,000,000 Founded 1900 Capita $1,000,000
old
struggle along with the same
week ,from the north. Mr.
Belle this I
homes and no conveniences. In mak-
Lancaster will spend the winter in ANNOUNCESThe
ing our budgets for expenditures, we
La Belle appointment of C. S. Hays as local agent at Clewitson, Fla.
(:): i I home.If should. give consideration to the Let him be your. "Life Pilot. -

I. H. Kenedy, Assistant State game i iI I General Agent Local Agent
expensive convenienceslike
more A HOTEL IS
I commissioner was in La Belle Wednesday I lighting systems and waterworks Bueckly & Co. : C. S. Hays .. SELDOM LIKE HOMEITS
I Dallas Park Hotel Bid. Hopkins Bid.
on business. )I cannot be secured at first, then less
i. --- Miami, Fla. Clewiston, Fla.
'" expensive equipment can be had.
tl';,; Tax Collector James L. Taylor is Tables and other working surfacescan 1IV'" DIFFERENT AT..THE
: +f f busy prcpaiing to issue the tags fort be made the right height to enable ---- 1
t will bo, sale in that
1930 which on the women to work with more WATANABE
RIBBONS SALES REPA'iCAR.BON -<
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office in December. ease. Serving trays, dish drainers.
1.t PAPER SERVICEL.
etc., can be secured. Flowers and

The Parent-Teachers Association shrubs can be planted to make the C. SMITH & CORONA Here you will find the most pleasing -
;' *_ held a reception in honor of the teach- home surroundings more beautiful.The .

<*. ers at the Everett Hotel Friday evening old house can be remodeled or a TYPEWRITERS INC. i atmosphere coupled with meals

i"' ; over a hundred guests being pres- new one built, paint can be brought
.; ."-.' ent. into play to brighte things up a bit. I Our representative will be in Clewiston on the Iwelvlh of each month just as you enjoyed in your home.A .

.'* Delicious refreshments were served When home life has been made For special service notify Glades Delivery. Machines picked up by

..I-.,, W,, and during the evening several songs ;more attractive and less burdensome,j them, delivered to us and returned to you at a minimum charge. few rooms are now available for

: were sung. 'then will the women have more leisure -
21 Fagan Arcade West Palm Beach guest who intend to make Clewiston
r to enjoy existence, and also willi
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Edwards and I boys, and girls be more inclined to I I their home.
Frank Daugherty motored I
Mrs
11rand stay on tho farm. f.:
'. to Fort Myers Tuesday to at- I'
ten the "Saturday Night Kid." I' Office man desires a room with j JI

I private family, if possible with break CLEWlSrON SANITARY DAIRY .i ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE I
Captain Hurd L. Reeves spent Monday I fast. Answer Box A Care Clewiston_

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A. E. Anderson of the Clewiston

; l' Co. was .in La Belle Monday., FLORIDA FARM WANTED The Watanabe Hotel
ti' We have a party interested in buy.J I
I'I -- ing a Florida farm. If your farm is PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE
I IS Joe Ross paid a.visit to Lake Placid I
: priced right send price_and particu-

i(/ Monday. lars. F. B. G. Co., Box 408, Olney,_ III.I MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Managsr.

,,f I S. E.Bass. of-, Fort o Myers spent I TUBERCULAR TESTED

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f" ;' Mrs. O.J.. Jackson spent Mondayin I

Felda teaching music. ..
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Mrs. George Blount of Sebring is + 2 Dkono 91St

visiting her daughter Mrs. W. D. I
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Joe Parkinson of Alva Monday. ''i .i "
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Mr.R.. N. Miller accompanied G. W .. .," ,',; llr 1r :

: and G. L. Pettee to Fort Myers. LIVE .\: r ; ::
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I Mr. J G. Attanasio spent Monday N ,:,; .:', II
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I I The old log cabin of the pioneer Clewiston Laundry. InclK :'.. 1 CLEWISTON FLORIDA

J days was a pretty good place to call .I 1 1 ..' ",,,\" _., .' *:r "A I .
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E .* born and reared in a log cabin. and I-I

I' there got his inspiration to go forth It's time: that you got acquaintedwith YOUR INSURANCE I

and make his mark in the world. -- .---- .
." Names of many of these great men our timely service. \I

who have gone down in history are In addition to carrying full coverage against loss on your ,, \

familiar to all of us.: I building in some reliable insurance company, protect your .'.,' ."',"'J..-.:,,:';,". .', .>.' '.' . I
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e However, 'a' log ,cabin is not absolutely \ self still further by carrying a substantial balance in this : I

1 essential for greatness. Homes CLEWISTONLAUNDRY strong bank where it is always subject to immediate call

1;, M .... that were well suited' to a formed day inc. when needed. .. t. '.1

are no longer the best type. This is El PASO AVE.fr SAN BONITA ST. : ;' ->
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the natural result of, progress. As the : ;;; :- :. : : ;
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world has made rapid strides in otheri .J ...I ,
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matter of home building and furnish- '. f.'t} 't
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,"" 'could be obtained for -...'. ,-,,;"'-;".' ;., ,;,';.": ';< ,;/ '' :'. }, <- 'fo.1 .: \ APARTMENT TO RENT IN !
conveniences
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'7 expensive. Now, however, there : : : ,. : y' ", ; :' ; ; : '" ) ;. ; : :: : : ;') ( AT: ANY PRICE AND THERE IS A LONG I

are a number of simple conveniences : :
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1929 "
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Gold Diggers of Broad Tuesday and Wednesday at the Stanley &&&&&&8SS2mS2 I the report says, and Includes expense I I from the standpoint of the tax payeras

Theatre, West Palm Beach, believes 0 /Ar,p -uw- K.!'P" Cg of construction of about 200 miles of it would tend to
at The Kettler"Gold prevent an unfair
way ; that daily routine sentence exercises new highways, a number less than 'I assessment which has often been
last year, but also includes maintenance claimed
by
of Broadway' Warner are as necessary to those who property owners.
Diggers
t C st, pay roll expense on a larger net
Brothers' lavish alltalking, singIng wish to achieve a wellmodulated
work of state roads than last year.
and dancing extravaganza, beautifully voice as the limbering-up exercisesthat This figure brings the total savings OEL.

photographed In natural colors every dancer must go through g pf the year to$497,200 for those departments .i

and headed by a cast of musical before she dances gracefully.Miss ;, i f. aj ? ,* FhS directly under the .control
comedy and screen favorites, will be YS9 rr of Governor Doyle E. Carlton.In '
I Davies has found that short'
Beach,
Palm
West
seen and heard in order
that an accurate check 8121
simple sentences, such as "Come over r ? .
at the Kettler Theatre four days may be kept on the departments
con-
2nd. I I'I here,*' are beneficial in keeping the
November
starting Saturday h4w trolled by the executive, Governor
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Based on the hilarious Avery Hop-Ii vole in tempo and pitch if repeatedover I Carlton requires regular monthly Wes Palm BeachPAXTONS r
and over with different inflec -
wood comedy, "The Gold Diggers, I I statements of income and expense. +
tions.
in which Ina Claire starred some years Requiring property owner to file I I

ago, this latest Warner productionmoves I i AF : : re Miss Davies Is supported by a cast ynership and valuation returns, one

along at a rapid pace, replete of well-known players, including Law- of the laws adopted at the last session I INC. 8

with hilarious, laugh-provoking comedy rence Gray, George Baxter, Cliff of the legislature, is not a new I
scintillating dancing and some of (Ukelee Ike) lEdwards, Scott Kolk, r' Y LS departure In Goverment. according to I .

the best tunes yet heard on the audIble Benny Rubin, Emil Chautard Robert Tax Equalizer Frank E. Drew, for "Quality never -

screen. In every way, "Gold Diggers Edeson and other well known play "England had such a law back in the.I
of Broadway"* has all those elements ers. Robert Z.Leonard. handled the I sixteenth century." Mr. Drew stated Questioned"Formerly

that make a picture excellent direction and dialogue. f that this law would do much to bring
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entertainment for young and old. Completing this program is a groupof about tax equalization in Florida and Penders
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Heading the cast of Broadway stars C Y a. -v excellent short subjects among that he considered it a valuable rule I

who make their debut on the audible them a Paramount News comedy, cartoon ; I 222 Clematis Street

screen are Winnie Lightner, star of I news events and screen futures. : FOR TRUCKS AND CARS I IDA
George White's "Scandals" and "Gay j Other feature attractions for the ARE ASSURED BY

Paree; Ann Pennington, the adorable week is glorious Dolores Costello' in
{,ti7 complete line of
nimble dancer of Ziegfeld Follies; I ys "Hearts in E\ile' with Grant Withers

Nick. Lucas, the famous recording and I I George Fawcett, James Kirkwood on I

radio artist, best known as the Sunday and Monday. Miss Costello LADIES AND MENS

"Crooning Troubadour;" and Nancy I rises to new emotional heights In this I ?

Welford, last seen with Joe Cook' in picture. Added excellent entertainment FINE! SHOES ,
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New York In the musical comedy subjects are "My Wife"* a musical -
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"Rain or Shine." Others in the cast I Gem Whirls and Girls" with SOLD AND SERVICED BY I '
OUR PRICES
include William Bakewell, Conway .1 Harry Gribbons and plenty of girls .I i iI

Toarle, Lilynn Tashnan: Albert Gran view" and "News Events.' I
$5.00 and $6.00 i
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all of whom are 1 a s. r II I
and Helen Foster, "Our Dick" Barthlemess returns .
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excellent In comedy roles. aain in his third great all talking I I .waw.. ..1r -a
Nick Lucas, guitar and all, 'sings triumph "YOUNG NOWHERES" with I I {MoresGxte/Jb In' carts In Exl1..Ww.ll8r / G Ii i

"Painting the Clouds with Sunshine" Marion Nixon on Thursday, Friday \ BroJRroductiorLl... II I Vis.it cur store while inVest ....

"Tiptoe Through the Tulips With Me' and Saturday. A picture as 'big as I

and In A Kitchenette." Miss Lightner $ vPAhn you'll expect from the screen's most Playing Sunday and 312-314 First St. I Palm Beach

making full use of her hilarious ges- popular tsar. Marion Harris singing Monday at the New West Pam Beach
tures, sings "Mechanical :Man" "Still and dancing the blues as only she I' tf'"
Theatre West Top to Tire ..
Stanley ""'-
They Fall In Love' and "Song of the ____ ____ r_r- _-
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Gold Diggers.'* All of these numbers ....,,,,'x._ F """ i Palm Beach.
composed by Al Dubin and Joe Burkeare I
MEETING POSTPONED
Penn/np- -I 21ul'ett in.This Make The
catchy melody and .
particularly y
CAPITOL FACTS
6o/d.Dip ers o''BroaaWay I
should delight audiences everywhere.Roy 1/1: 1YaI/ r&'as Production '' The regular monthly meeting of the

Del Ruth who directed "The I Clewiston Woman's club scheduledfor TALLAHASSEE Oct.-Expenditure PfllWSFTTIA* I HOTEL

Desert Song," directed "Gold Diggers I next Friday, November 8, has of $1,331,487.94 in: pay: rolls has been. :

,_ of Broadway." .' week: at The StanleyWith been postponed until the following. .made by the .state_ road. deraftmenl ..' (t.YorHorneWhileIn .' .

Friday. November 15, it was an- up to October l", a report jufet tiled { :: West Palm Beach. i

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESHOME the entry of talking pictures nounced yesterday. by Chairman Robert W. Bentley re .. ."i.' .
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into the film the has ,
world public The November 15 meeting will be veals. This figure is $299,169.83 less I'

BAKED COOKIES renewed its interest in the film stars held in the Clewiston school auditorium than for the same period last year, R CRESSWELL, Manager I
and has discovered new favorites or I
and will be a joint meeting i.thI COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY
I can; a talki"; collegian comedy,
Cookies baked at home, and made become more attached to those they I the Clewiston Parent Teacher Association -

from fruits, nuts, milk, butter, eggs, have known in the past. I for a conservation program. I"Graduation Daze," and news events :& .......... -

and other home products are good In order to retain this popuaritly, J "add variety to a marvelous program 1 .,-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:..:-:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-..:..:.-...'.-:.'..-.:..:-...7f -...:.-:..:..:--:..:-.:..:

nourishing food. They keep well, and the film players have been strivingto .-...._._...u...U.d..U.u._... .n.__.__.._..'..................................................................................." ;."..'_".." ...'.............';:_......................._......._.'
eat well. cultivate their voices so as to be .;. :.f: YOUR EYES ARE YOUR MOST VALUABLE -:f;:

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Use 1 cup butter, 3 eggs well beaten I as naturally, casually dramatically:, TRUTHFUL TRANSACTIONS POSSESSIONS f:

1 cup sugar, 1 pinch soda. humorously and musically as possible / X
.t. :!: Protect them from STRAIN and CLARE 1)im! TILLYER CRUX- |:!: ..
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Orange Bread erate oven ((350 degrees). Recipe I

Use 1 1-2 cups milk, 2 yeast cakes, makes 24 rolls, or two loaves.

G tablespoons sugar, 2 eggs, 1-2 cup More Flour for Tea Cakes r

orange juice, 3 tablespoons peel, 2 Recipes for tea cakes always contain .. '
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western grown seed with high ger- ness. We will appre- :.: ..: :
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!: J New Fast Train MORE RAOD WORK FOR 1 1i i, iston factory which is now nearing turns from Florida trucking acres the 1 should not raise produce for sale,

APPRENTICE SHOP NEW SUGAR BOWL completion."In will find that not only are gross thereby entering business in compe-

ONA.C.L.For Chicago," Mr. Rhodes said "we highest in the country but that re-I tition with business houses. He de-

IS LAUNCHED BY Glades ServiceClewiston (Continued from page 1)) are following with keen interest the net profits will prove also not other I clares, however, that they should
k here but fail wise.
Progress words utterlyto raise sufficient food stuffs to feed

will have a regular the only dangerous road in the entire portray a picture of Clewiston as Florida has the soil, the climate, themselves and In that manner greatly -

CHEVROLET HEADS I through Pullman service daily to highway network in the sugar bowl It Is today' the market. Surely farmers over the decrease the present cost of ope-

(''New York, it was announced today by area and while the county during the country will learn some day to thinkof ration. Thousands are spent annuallyfor

41 Roy Green, local Atlantic Coast Line past year has spent considerable in ,GLADES PUPILS Florida as a land in which to grow foods, many of which could be
To '
Apprentices'Steadily Wages representative, who said that his filling in the bad' places, such was the DISMISSED stuff rather than as a land In whichto produced.MicroSynchronous.

i Increase 'railroad will inaugurate the new ser- damage done that construction of a spend a winter vacation .

Course. vice with the Everglades special new road is recognized as the only (Continued from page 1))
During
: which will make the trip from New solution. -- FLOOD CONTROL ,
t --- York in approximately 39 hours. Shoulders of the road have been has for several years been chargingthe I GRbUP TO MEET

At Flint Michigan 50 picked youths The Everglades will be the fastest washed out and signs placed along pro rata of the expense of the

7. t'through' train ever operated between the road to warn the motorist of the school as according to the state law, ,
: between the ages of 16 and 19 years (Continued from page, 1))
'Boston and Florida and the only all danger in passing cars. which at the present time is $4200 a

r. L' will soon begin an educational course*I;:Pullman train between New England Recognizing the importance of the year for all Glades county pupils. For der, 'will be under supervision of 9 etqour I
in which books will be conspicuous road as a traffic artery the state highway '
;" and Florida. It will also be the first several years Glades county has been United States Engineers.At .

because of their total absence. They 'train ever carrying a club or lounge department under Robert W. unable to pay this and at the present this meeting, full reports on the
I will ''care between Boston and Florida. Bently chairman designated work time has nothing to pay it with. NEW
: ;"; attend class In overalls, and situation will be made_, and< a' definite. ,
i- planned on the Belle Glade Pahokee
t drafting boards, micrometers, wrenches In a booklet prepared by the rail- program will,, be adopted.
road for the new train the following stretch as an emergency matter, and LA BELLE FLOOD f
and drivers will take the
screw copy is carried: work will be started In the near fu- I PROBLElTALKED\ sI
place of fountain pens, blackboardsand ture.. I : I
( The New England service is augmented CAPITOL FACTS I
not books. Salaries will supplant by additional through sleep- With the completion of this stretchof I (Continued from Page 1) \ietor-I i

credits in this the world's most novel ing cars between New York: and Sarasota road there will be excellent highway TALLAHASSE, Oct. (Special-)

"' educational plant. I New York-St. Petersburg and around the: southern end of on September 23 was 17.10 feet agaisstthe Florida's state institutions 'are at

,New York-Lake ,Placid and Clewiston. the lake with the exception of the normal level of ten feet. By October the present time housing a great increase .

by Chevrolet Motor Company, and its I For the greater comfort and pleasure stretch from Moore Haven to Clewis 28, however, It had dropped in dependants over last year,

faculty will be composed of hard- of patrons a Club or Lounge car ton which is hard surface.INAUGURATION back to 12 feet. and, as a result, are spending a decided Radio

\ headed production men with years of I is attached to this train, equipped To get first hand information on increase of public funds, it has

factory experience. At the head of ,'with easy movable chairs, writing conditions on the Caloosahatchee, been brought out in an investigationof

the school will be C. F. Barth, vice desk, stationery, and current magazines OF I members of the Flood control board reports given Governor Doyle E.

president in charge of manufacturing, and papers.WILLIAMSON. NEW MAIL\ ROUTE adjurned at non to inspect the river. Carlton each month. At the same liere2'

.. one of whose life dreams will be realized I J. S. GJllentine of Fort :Myers madea time there is a concentrated move
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when the first class is held.
, plea for cooperation' of the commu- ment under'wa to make the institu-

\ IS nities in the Caloosahatchee Valley tions more self supporting a plan of
'rj. Here it might be well to explain ing Clewistou will not reach the east ,
MAIN SPEAKER emphasizing the fact that the prob- exchange of 'products being ,discussedas
that this unique training place is not coast until six ,o'clock in the evening .. ,. ....,
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, !.j.f ...a scbool. The word "school" is one / (Continued from page 1)) there will be a saving effected over lem was not one for a single town the most logical means of bring- :'

I I which Mr. Barth wants permanently j the present mail schedule which but one in which all of the towns in : ing about a saving in expenses.A '

dissociated from this newest Chevrolet the inland waterways would be navigable leaves Clewiston by train at 5:30 the valley should be interested. I I total increase of 674 persons has \

undertaking. It is definitely a shop every day of the .year o'clock every evening.The Delegations from Clewiston, Alva, been made in average daily attend-

operated under shop discipline, and i i He also paid high tribute to S. big advantage of the new route Fort Denaud, Fort Myers, Okeechobee ance at the four main Institutions.At .

maintaining shop hours. t is to be J, Wallace' Dempsey, chairman of the however, will be in mail received at and Miami were present. How- the State Hospital at Chattahoochee -

known officially the Chevrolet Apprentice Rivers and Harbors committee of Clewiston and will save almost a day ard Selby, West Palm Beach memberof a gain of 420 Inmates has been I is
:i the board wiring that he shown In the daily attendance -
Shop. was un- average
Congress and to Congressmen Frank in transportation of mail from 'West
I B. able to be present., I so far this year. At the State I
Reid
and Mrs Ruth Owen Un-
Bryan
There will be many features to this : Palm Beach to the Everglades.
for their letter The delegations present passed a Prison, at Raiford, an increase of 218 I
loyal
novel training, place, but it is doubt- support. der the new arrangement a ,
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I resolution asking the Floood Control I in daily average attendance has: been
The Clewiston man's talk was punctuated mailed in the east coast before I
ful if any are more interesting or i ,, city '' 'f'fI
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with Board to inform the cunty cmmission- recorded. The Industrial 'school for
enthusiastic applause and Clewiston before -
more significant than the reason for 7:30 o'clock will reach
as a result of requests the following { while under ers of Hcndry and Lee counties that Boys, at Marianna. shows an average I I
its conception. And no one can make I noon the same day
the surveys for the widening and daily gain of thirty three while the I
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morning re-broadcasted letter
was overW.QAM
: this more clear than Mr. Barth him i tits present arrangement a
; deepening of the river have been Girls' school at Ocalo has shown but II I .
the
Tuesday from arrivesin
self.-. noon mailed in West Palm Beach i' i
I ) I News TowerPROSPECTS Clewiston the following day. I made and to ask' that immediate an average daily gain of three per- I

t "The Apprentice Shop is actually a I steps be taken to get rights of way sons.

1 necessity* he told his visitor last : I for 200 feet on either side of the !I Expenses, based on the per capita

,week. "Chevrolet Motor Company,! FOR. LOCAL MERCHANTS\ CAMPAIGN\ I t!i river. I I i expenditure allowed by law, have in- Victor-Radio I
I II GOOD BEAN MART LAUNCH
like all other large manufacturers has I i creased at these institutions the hum Console R-32 _.
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I i for several years past noted a decrease C DAHLBERG SPENNS L I of $255,458. Per capita expenses at
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:'i in good mechanics. When the I -- THREE DAYS IN TOWN the institutions are as follows: State I

automobile industry started there ; \ i hospital, $28 per person per month;
to .the in home Ii
I this, he said, there will be about 50 advantages buyer I I '
was no such shortage The founders {I I trading. (Continued from Page 1)) State prison, $30; Boy's school], $30; ,t,
cent net
I per profitThe 1 I I !
of the industry were themselves super { and the Girl's school $34. Increase at
mechanics, and in every instance r beans which are now several j I Cliristmas Hopes for success in the early berg and his two companions returnedto I I: the hospital on this basis has beep :
inches shopping campaign aretl
above the ground, drew high
they surrounded themselves' ,.... with. competent i '' see1 n\{"only? theory but on re-, the home of Mrs. G. H. Houze onI I: $140,704; at the prison, $78,480; at 1 ; :1':1'I
'a : -\ '- I praise from Edward BaJ). ntine; member f \ on. i the ridge. I The gneateJtbuyinmcliohufoY! \
all'around men. 'I'II :.I'I the school the ;
I r boy's $34,662 and girl'sschool
last when a small Eitberin Console model 9
of the firm of Robert T. Cochranand lrom year Following a conference with the i iI I exquisite: ,
"The opportunities for training men I company, New York Produce group of merchants banded togetherin Florida I I $1,522.. Total expenditures at I or in compact aft-Victor-Radio- 'I : I
operating committee Mr.Dahl
these and two otherinstitutions, according Electrola combination. Our :
in the early days were relatively easy, merchants, who spent a few days in.. an advertising campaign to stress I berg and his::: party made a thorough I large stock is going fist Complete i
I lti Shop forces were much sea.Her' and i j s Clewiston last week on a tour of the I': the importance of home buying dur- inspection of the properties of the to Comptroller Ernest Amos'report satisfaction our policy!' .

every ambitious worker had the opportunity I state. The New Yorker, referring to i ing the Christmas shopping period. I Southern. which is now being printed, Flay while you pay. Come m. .
Sugar i in the Clew- l
I It company
at jobs Cecil V. Parkinsonnow was $1,065,862 for the fiscal, year end- n..mtlooyo1/'wG3teZwayefsp&ths.fgb '
j of working as many the Hooker bean farm said that con A check-up: by iston division, including inspection of

t as he chose. I Ii ditions in this section look better thanin I president of the Better Business the mill, drainage, pumping station, I ing June 30, 1029. Expenses for the
i any other section of the state. League showed that the campaignlast present year will no doubt show a decided A __.
fields and field
cane laborers's
"Then volume production came quar-
(' Mr. Hemphill another local farmer year brought several thousand ters. increase over this figure due to

aa, along and specialists were developed. has five acres in eggplants; F. W. additional dollars to local merchants the increase in population, officials
In order to sufficient cars to the Leaving after noon the sugar baron
ge
to be master ofw Matthews has a small acreage in eggplants ''' during the pre-holiday buying period. and three of his officials made a point out. Expenses at the Deaf and'i LE::
had
public each man | Ii'I' I i
; L. L. Lowe this week put The first of the Better Business hurried Blind School at St Augustine during { 'I 1
'''J one operation. Changes about were business trip to Tal1p.hassee 1 1i
in five acres of beans; W. S. Harvel I I League advertisements appears on another I the last fiscal year were $121,311.30and
dangerous because precision workmanship returning here the same afternoon.
and Sam Davis in five I of this at the Farm Colony at Gaines- i i ii
are putting page paper. Before I
such as Chevrolet employs .I { leaving for the north
acres of onions; Mrs. T. J. Aikins I ville, $110,261.06.
novice. Dahlberg 1\11"1
can take no chances with the told his Florida OnlyComplete J
has four acres of beans and ElbertL. WILLIAMSON\ COFFEE L that he was well pleased with Farming is seen by Governor Carl-

d, "Because of the scores of good mechanics I Stewart is putting in five acres GIVES AID $41.50 progress being made both in the con ton as a solution to the problem of !I
their training in the upkeep in these Institutions. Tho
who got of beans this
week I struction of
the
2,500 addition to the $178. i
pioneer days of the industry no short (Continued from page 1)) ton Chief Executive favors a plan of con- ;
1,500 a day sugar mill and in the .
; age was actuall/ felt unti recently. I NEW PLANTERS cane fields. centrated agricultural activity,, with

, Now it has grow quite apparent L NEARLY COMPLETED\ rated with roses, marigolds, coral each institution specializing in those I IPa.rker's

throughout the industry: at large. II I vine, cannas and ferns. FEW" FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA products to which their particularsoils

Continued from page 1) The table was laid with\ exquisite are best adapted. He would then
TRUCK
has ACRES
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"Chevrolet by taking this step, '
i' linens and silver and delicious refreshments adopt a plan of exchanging with one Book &Music
'taken the bull by the horns. Because -
construction of twenty of the ma- consisting of a variety of sandwiches I (Orlando another, the products raised, over
in- Sentinel
of the growth of aviation and' the ) '
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+ Store Inc.
and above that to the livli-
chines. cakes and coffee were served. necessary ,
| spiration of Lindberg the country has Central and south Florida truck
1\ Drawn by a Caterpillar tractor the I Among those present were: Mr. lands hood of each institution's inmates- I
thousands of youths who have become usually produce three crops annually 1025 W. First St. .
planter consists of two bins in which and Mrs. F. L. Williamson, Rev.and. Governor Carlton says that the insti-
,
than
two.
mechanics. never In Fla.
intensely interested in ess very Fort Myers, '
-_ the seed cane is stored with an elevator Mrs William T Bailey, Mr.and. Mrs. few regions elsewhere will seasons tutions should not compete with Flor- II'II'I I I

attachment to keep a ready B. M. Beach, :Mr and Mrs. William permit three crops annually. ida manufacturing concerns and i

"Our shop is seeking just this type I supply of seed cane at the hand of GAmes. Leonard S Ames, Mr. and People often that the '
e with him say reasonFlorida's !!l 11 >v mvlms 11 u le II a n!.l.J.1.I..I.l.L!!! !! m u.,rpo.s.Igr.. ,,,.!ll, .c!L 1 IlIlIIrl a le ff a,.cllal:;t e.I.n n tl.n. '..!tf a 4. f I'I'IOIi
of youth, and will cooperate the operator. Mrs. Roy L. Simpson, Mr and Mrs. truck gross income an acre r1T1Q Ii iIiJi iIiJi iIiJiiliJi if u lj iiili iiili i1 Ii iiiliiiiiTi .IIIL I 1 ILIIIIS1111.11 10111 r,ilO"lol'''''iiili: i IiIi iiilili.

I in every way to make him a finished Traveling from the bin to the rear C. A Jackson, and Charles, Jr., Mr. is so high can be attributed to the I'

'J 1 workman. Naturally Chevrolet expects of the machine over an escalator and Ms. L A Crowe, Mr and Mrs. Jim three-crop system. Yet figures from THE EVERGLADES

to benefit by the move, yet tray the seed cane slides down a chuteto Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. the United States Department of Ag- 1 f

there are no strings attached to the I the furrow made by the plow at I Stewart, Mr. and Mrs Claude Downs, riculture show that, crop for crop. .

course. f the youngster graduating I the rear of the machine. These plows Mr.: and Mrs. Wilber D. Cole, Mes- Florida's average yield an acre bringsa NeD; Through All-Pullman Train (Hell Gale Bridge Route)

from our shop feels that he wants togo I may be raised or lowered at will, power dames C. W McDonald, F. H. More- better monetary return than the average 11'1

elsewhere, the company will put I! being received from an extensionto land, Earl C. Merchant, Bergeron. for the country. Boston Springfield New York I

,ct" no obstacles in his path. the drive shaft of the tractor. Waters, Edson, P. A. Poche, Carl Ber- Here are the government figures: Club Lounge Dining, Sleeping Cars

jf .-, No requirements other than that The planter is designed to plant two ner, L. A. Morgan, A Backus, W. C. Average AverageFor
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; .' J the apprentice have mechanical ability rows of cane simultaneously, the ma- Hooker, Culbreth, and the Misses Fla. U. S. 74 Daily Schedule-Effective Nov. 3, 1929 73

, ::' 1 are necessary. Whether or not applicant chine cutting the top growth, digging Williams, Whatley, Skeldon t Overall, Tobacco .................. $328.00 $159.68

'I,: -' has a high school education does Ii i furrow and planting the cane in one Boncile Stone, and George Heinz,. Cy White potatoes ........ 194.24 110.66(; 5.25 PM Lv. Clewiston ..,........?...? Ar. 11.15 AM r

I i, .. not affect his chances for getting into operation. Features of the new planter I Antrim, Sam Woodham, L. Perkins, Celery....................... 936.08 513.00 6.40AM Ar. Jacksonville ........ Lv. 10.40 PM ,

:.I, ,. the apprentice shop. It makes this are its light weight, simplicity of A. H. Cherry.CELOTEX Sugar cane .............. 155.55 146.00 7.00 AM Jacksonville. ............ Ar. 9.50 PM|

;I difference, however, on the length of construction and ease of operation. Cabbage .................... 152.49 132.00 '10.30'AM Ar. Savannah ...........,.... Lv. 6.15 PM I

.,,." the course. Men who are not high Each, machine will plant about 20 OFFICIAL IMPRESSED Strawberries ............ 543.75 265.10. 10.10 PM Ar.Richmond. ............... Lv. 6.40 PM I

school graduates will be required to acres a day and the simplicity of con- WITH PROGRESS Watermelons ...._....... 85.80 58.00 '- 1.05 AM Ar. Washington .... ......, Lv. 3.40 AM .1

: complete 10,029 hours, approximatelyfour struction and operations is seen in Cantaloupes ............ 180.95 174.00 b6.20 AM Ar.New. York (Pa. Sta) .Lv. 10.20 PM "1

years of training. High school tests which proved that an unskilled (Continued from page 1) Snap beans ?............? 404.75 141.11 11.00 AM Springfield .............. Lv. 5.30 PM'

( graduates will be expected to complete I. laborer can learn to operate the planter Lettuce .........,..,......... 253.25 147.50 12.35 PM Ar.Boston. (South Sta.) Lv. 4.30 p.M '

:' the training in two thirds this after but a few minutes instruc- and inspecting the laborers camps Tomatoes .................. 244.45 200.00 -
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I Sleepers occupied until 7.30 a.m..
time. I tion.. and commissaries. Peppers ..... .............. 478.50 241.70

The Celotex official was also greatly Green peas .............. 170.00 165.00
The apprentice will work 50 hours CLEWISTONITESMAKE interested in the 4,000 to a day Cucumbers .............. 250.27 166.70 Fastest Service Between Clewislon and Boston ,

a week and will be paid from the \ WHOPEE sugar mill which is nearing completion Florida truck lands have proven Tickets, Reservations, Information from Local Agent or .. .
outset with regular increases in salary (Continued from page 1)) When :Mr. Rhodes. last visited money makers for farmers who have ..

I\j I ". rI until the course is completed. A here officials were just planning a been willing to learn methods of cultivation ROY GREEN, Clewiston, Fla. 'J

::1 'K"A new building is being constructed to liy the talented soprano will be a feature site for the mill, and since that time I adapted to the soil and lo

I I 1 house the undertaking. It Is to be of the regular bfweeklydances. I the 1,500 ton a day mill was completed cality. There are thousands upon thou : ATLANTIC COAST LINE : 4 If

, one story and be 60 by 160 feet in Guests included visitors from La several trainloads of raw sugar I sands of acres in Florida awaiting t., h.. '
dimensions. Inasmuch as all the first Belle, Moore Haven, Belle Glade, shipped from Clewiston and work the coming of truck farmers. When The Standard Railroad of the S"orfhil : !

I .. applicants are Flint youths they will Brown's Peanut farm, Pahokee and started on the construction of the ,r they, have come and have made adjustments I

reside at their own homes Canal Point. 2,500 ton a day addition to the Clew-' to Florida conditions ,they !l!_ __ 'l1!_ il Hiiaiiaii| | | | |iiaii| | |'l"|anipHilBii| | | _| | _| | | Hi| UFRIDAY
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having pledged itself to procure these. t the four principal bills of the Carlton should have two eggs and a glass of'!
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By The Way In bridge, Mrs. Maxwell held high I administration tax program, milk. 86 !

score with Mrs. Edson second in in I I passed by the 1929 legislature, which It is the unpleasant odor of fried I is a Prescription for .
Newmarket Mrs. F. L. Williamsonwas likewise provides for the enforce !
Pupils of the Junior high school of f Mrs. Claude; Downs and Mrs. Louis foods that causes many children to COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,
of tax collection
high. ment other
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Clewiston were guests Friday nightat 'I A. Morgan motored to Moore Haven have no appetite for breakfast.Hot BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. fIt
those Mesdames -
Among present were form of tangible personal property. bread if
a Halloween party held In the on Tuesday JesseG Allhands, Julius AlstonR. thoroughly cookedIs is the most speedy remedy known.
I not harmful.
Well browned
school auditorium from 7:30 to 10:30 "-. ,, > L. Simpson, A. Backus, John Mow- toast dry ...'
gives good exercise for the
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o'clock. Miss Evelyn Hawkins and Dave business visitor Wilber D. Cole, Wilson S Harvel,
Alston was a ry HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES teeth, and it is
easily .
prepared. THE "FAIR" AWNING
McBath chaperoned the party and delightful in Fort Myers. '-' L. A., Morgan, F. L Williamson, F, r
refreshments consisting of Maxwell, J L WInn, B. P. Vaughnjr. Cooked cereals are usually more SHOPPEQuality
cookies, candies and fruit were nourishing and less expensive than
., K. C Alston, Jesse Tippey, J E. BETTER BREAKFASTS
L. Reeves county tax assessorwas the prepared products. Remembered Long After
Hurd
served. Johnson, L. N. Smith, H. R.Hall. C .
The pupils were attractively. attired a business visitor in Clewiston. M Larick, M W Bigg, Frank Wright Breakfast Is the meal upon which When the school child has enough j Price Is ForgottonNo.

in masquerade costumes and the affair Returning with him to La Belle ,was. Franc Howard, R.Y.. Patterson, P. "most of the world's work is done.'* fruit milk, eggs, cereal or toast for 10 Lakeview Arcade, Lakoviow

was unanimously voted a huge A. E. Anderson of the Clewiston com A. Poche, E L Stewart, II. A. Bestor, Florida breakfasts may nearly always breakfast he has no room for coffee. ) Avenue

success. pany. I J. E Beardsley B Culbreath, J. R. contain a fruit in season. Plain The working man or woman who has Phone 2-0229
Those present were: Lois Webb, Jodd and the Misses Jamye Williams canned fruits or fruit juices are easily -I taken a good breakfast may add one West Palm' Beach, Florida
Halson Avaut, Charles Suns, Roy Mr. and l Mrs. Wilson S. Harvel and j Maude Mazell, and L. Jodd. prepared to tide one over the cup of coffee, but should not depend
Whitcomb, Harold Lang, Oren Jeffries daughter Margie spent the week end I scarce season. upon it for nourishment. Coffee is nota

George Bestor, Jimmie Garner, James with relatives in Delray. CARLTON TAX PRIMER The flavor of fresh fruit at break- food it is merely a stimulant PROTECT YOUR.

Weaver. Caroline Hawkins, Sarah Bus I fast activates both the appetite and Start the day right with two glass_ EYES
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sey Joy Willingham, Marvin Altman L. L. Ramsey of the Southern Sugar -I Editor's Note: This Is the eighthof the cheerful disposition. Preserves do es of water, then a good breakfast.

Mae Lilly Stone Margie Harvel, Betty company was a business visitorin a series: of weekly question and not have the same effect. In South They are your most valuable '
Spicer. Van Bush, Mary Bush, Canal Point.The answers concerning the Carlton tax Florida Japanese persimmons are

Richard Bestor, Merell Lowe, Hughlet 0 measures and is released to the I now being used for breakfast, and' in KEEP DRYunder possessions. ..

Walls, Luther Lowe, Margaret Weaver Ladles Aid Society will hold readers of the Clewiston News Vest Florida the satsumas are ripe. MOORE'S Inc.

Ralph O'Neil, Opal Morris, Loola a "Quilting Bee" in the Clewiston through the courtesy of the Miami Which shall it be? Eggs fried In aTAYLORMADE Optometrists Opticians

Mountain, Lera Webb, Nelson MorrisEd ", Community Church, Thursday, November Daily News. water or fat? Why not try two table- TOP' I West Palm Beach, Fla. -

Clark, Conrad Clark, Louise Bus-, 7, from 11 a, m.to. 5 p. m. By Cecil R. Warren, staff writer spoonfuls of thi ncream to an egg TAYLOR AUTO CO. '
soy Junior Thomas, George Surls, I and all members and their friends and scramble in a buttered skilet. Top to Tire Dr. Buck's office Belle Glade Tues

G. H. Houze, Elmer Montgomery, Hor- arc cordially invited to assist. A Q. What is senate bill 7, enacted. at Bacon may be added to the working West Palm Beach days, 9:30 to 12:30. Lake Plew Hospital -

ace Walls and Harry Polls. I "picnic"* luncheon is planned for 1 the last session of the legislature? man's breakfast. School children 'Clewiston, Tuesdays, P. M.

I o'clock and all those attending are A. It is the third unit of the Carl --- -

In a party of local golf enthusiastswho i requested to bring a special dish to ton administration tax program.
that time. An old-fash Q. What does it provide?
spent the day on the links at be served at '
West Palm Beach were Mr. and :Mrs. ioned quilt top, pieced together from A. That automobile owners shall
Elbert L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. LouisA attractive bits of cloth, has been donated pay personal property taxes on their

Morgan, Tom Shelley, Pete Wilson, I.! to the society for the Christ- cars before they become entitled to ": .. ,.., .., .' .
'I Mrs.C.. W. McDonaldand register them and receive license tags '.,,1., .. .,' .- (
R L. Simpson and Jimmy: Shoesmith. mas bazaar, by ,. ." r., i. ; .
must be quilted in time for the' for their legal operation. -
Q. Is this personal property tax: on

Joe Kahn, Moore Haven ferchautwas sale.The regular business meeting will automobiles a new tax? nlbransen: Gllldransen

a business visitor in Clewiston.T. A. No. Automobile owners have been ,
be held, as usual, at 3 o'clock, and a
I "Thanksgiving Praise Service'* will subject to the tax all the time and E .
V. Watson, representative of the r': be conducted by the president, Mis. the tax assessor is under duty to impose RADIO RADIO'
Robert T. Cochran company of New the ad valoium them.
William G. Ames. Chapters of on
York who spent the past few weeksin I book What Next In Home Missions, Q. Has this tax been paid by auto-

Clewiston left on a ten day trip I which! is being studied by all the j mobile owners in accordance with
through Georgia and Alabama in the Mrs. s I the law? Free F1ree'
members will be reviewed by I '
interests of his firm. He will return Albert Backus and Mrs. Frank Wright The tax has been paid by only a V! Ti ..

here with Mrs. Watson in about two I Mrs.Louis. Morgan has accepted ( few, but every person owning an auto .1. .. '
weeks. the office of secretary, for the balanceof mobile has been legally liable for the '

the fiscal year In place of Mrs. '! payment of the tax. Heretofore the ; : : :
Ford Adams of Clewiston who underwent -i I{ Lawton Sims who Is now residing in automobile has not always been r& ; : : :> :. 4

an operation at the sanitarium Canal Point. I I i placed on the tax rolls. f J'J---; : r.J

of Dr. J. C. Nowling is recuperating. Members of the Clewiston Social I Q. Then i it is the purpose of the new : / .J; :

His sister, Mrs. J. C.Lunlng, widow club held their regular monthly meet- law to make certain the collection of :
of the late state treasurer is here I 'l/'J
ing at the Clewiston Inn Wednesday this tax? j .
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I was enjoyed. Mrs. Julius Alston intent of the law. / ;
Carl Berner purchased a new R. C. was hostess. Delicious refreshments j I Q. Is it true the automobile owner T'E

A. 66 Radio from the Clewiston Build- of cake and punch .were served. I j has been singled out as the victim i

Ing Material companyMr. The purpose of the benefit bridge I of addel taxation through the enactment I i OF THE GULBRANSEN NINE IN LINE PRECISION
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-- parties is to obtain funds with which of senate bill seven I, .
I L i/. !':*: ; RECEIVING SETS .
and Mrs. Jesse G. Allhancls motored I. .
to purchase bird and other Charts forC| A. No. There is another' bill hiuse OIl "'
to Tampa on business, J the Clewiston school the Social club bill number 190 and included in .. each 'ividual oppolfonity GUL
not I Fora. limited time, we willghe; 1 ; to in of our community.. an of securing a

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; the factor, or a nice credit ont the purchase ot one li'R J r'E. Jl / JE: .' .
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.. I I!I' To the sSOnd best reply to our questions ,we will present *credit: :. "equal to one-half. of the purchase
I" .' price of radio like the one to be given away.

To the third best reply t oour questions, we will present FREE'a'' credit of Twenty-Five Dollars: that. may ..
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\ WINTER! MONTHS ARE RADIO 1 MONTHS : {f'4 : ;: 1 the
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THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING Co ::' : over radio?

THE WORLD'S NEWS EVERY EVENING .', /: '::',,..:V'. No. 4.-Do you believe that the invention or discovery of .

;!: ::: ra'dio is the greatest achievement of the age? If so, why? ,

AT HOME. OVER ONE OF OUR ,. :. :" .;, ') :,)) ;
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ABOUT. OUR. PAYMENT PLANS. :: ? 1
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r and filed; so even the judges will not know whose answers they are reading. No employee of this company K

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Should you be given a credit and already own a radio, or do not care to purchase, you may sell said credit

I, to some friend that wishes to purchase a radio.
CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY' ." I I There will be appointed three judges of prominent people of our city, who will each select the reply of their

: .1 choice, and a fourth judge, who will select from the three. The one he considers the best of the three will

.. be the one slctd. He will likewise select the second and third best replies.
..' The replies, as received by us will be numbered, the names and addresses will be clippd and sealed In an envelope

bearing the same number as the reply, so even the judges will n otknow whose replies they are 'I
reading or selecting. The enveloped will remain In our files until after the Judges have made their selections.

Prices! range from $162.00 to $182.00 completely installed, no further costs. Easy terms can be arranged
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V '.. ;' .;( ;:::> 1 :.. What can make a town worth while and hold it in that/.class? Nothing except the energy and .: ..<::.;: \: :. /;{(,y ,' ,
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I,! '; ', to the business it does. Remember this when the pedder? calls. Remember the dollar you.' ..-':.,.i:::'-..v11.Iv .' <: .*;.: ;, I
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