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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 15, 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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VOLUME 3-NO. 47 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 15, 1929 PRICE 5 CENTS



t I"; INTEREST KEEN SIMPLICITY NOV. 11 SERVICES MARKS .[ MERCHANTS ,TO. HUNTING SEASON CONSERVATION BE MEETING TOPIC TO CAR SHIPMENTS 'I




IN APPROACmNG Legion Post Commander' REVIEW TRADE 'OPENS .IN STATE Woman's Club &" P. T. OF LOCAL BEANS ,

I Officiates At ServicesIn A. Meet This Afternoon


,r't VETS ElECTW Park. PLAN TUESDAY i, NEXT WEDNESDAY. At Inn. TO ROLL NORTHSix !;

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+ ( __ Simplicity marked the official cele- Pupils of the Clewiston school will

bration of the eleventh anniversary of play a prominent part in the Con| 1'-
; f Competition For Every the signing of the Armistice held in Results of Buy, At Home: Prospects For Heavy vatlon program to he given this after- Cars To Be Shipped

:' Office To Be Feature the Civic Center park here Mondayat Campaign To Be Topic I Season Is Seen By Local noon at a joint meeting of the Wom Next Week; Clewiston

I I1{ eleven o'clock. For Discussion. Sportsmen.With an's Club and the Clewiston Parent Beans Return
[: Of Legion'Elections Ont S4 Per ,
r.; The Armistice day services of the Tea'cher Association at the Clewiston
.. I Hamper In N. Y.
t December 10. Inn. ,
: read Captain -
American Legion were by Results of the first few weeks activity the hunting season scheduledto
I : ., F. Deane Duff, commander of the I Mrs. Johnson will read a paperon r r
'.i.' in the Buy.At-IIome campaign open next Wednesday, Clewiston Clewiston's
:,' Although the election is three weeks local post of the American Legion, residents conservation and several piano selections first carlot shpments of
-ir 'I and plans for continuing the cam- this week were preparing to early beans
off keen interest is shown will be played by Mrs. B. A. will roll northward to
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being by Miller
:, and he was assisted by Dick C. paign and building a greater volumeof take advantage of their living, in the New York and i
Chicago markets
Clewiston's world war veterans in chaplain, Wilber D. Cole and Jim heart Bourne. early
of the
Christmas business will be among hunting grounds and next it
week
the approaching election for the local I The school children's' part in the wasannounced yesterday -
Bearlsley. the topics to be discussed at the regu were busily oiling their guns and by W. C. "Bill"
: post of the American Legion to Clewiston I program will be the following recita Hooker who said
e Pupils and teachers of the lar meeting of the Clewiston Better gathering in groups to discuss plans that first
r be held here on December 10. school marched in a body to the, for tions: picking and shipments from
Business League to be held next early sorties into the Glades southof his 120
Captain F. Deane Duff, present incumbent Park to attend the ceremonies and Tuesday night. here. Trees, by Betty Spicer. next week.acre farm will. be'started. early r

and Wilber D. Cole I Little Brown Wren, by Roy Green.
now joined in singing of national airs Duck
The meeting next Tuesday night and quail are plentiful in this It is '
that
vice commander have been nominatedfor Woodman, Spare that Tree, by Mar expected six or eight cars
II which led by Jui Beardsley-
were will be the first to be held since the region acccordng to local sportsmen, will be shipped
the office of post commander, Sims R. Connell and Forrest' H. while there said to be deer gie Harvel. next week with the
1 launching! of the, Trade-at-Home campaign are many shipments !
while the contest for the vice I Trees, by Victoria Smith. steadily Increasing duringthe I
commandership Moreland were color bearers.In .
and members of the association -. and turkey farther south in the
following weeks.
will be divided Forests in the Bible, by Henry Sto-
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among the evening the world war veterans I p I will report noticeable progress Glades.
Ideal weather in
Cecil V. Parkinson, Carl Berner and rey., the northern Ever- ;1
gathered at the Clewiston Inn
made.In \ According to the Florida law no glades '
I-- William Cecil De Piney Woods, Mrs. Yancey's coupled with substantial mar-
Owen. by
\ dinner dance. Music was fur
for
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in
addition to newspaper advertis- person shall take any one day more ket prices in the north will !
make this
'; tj Dick C. Miller, present chaplain and nished by Henri Godio's Show Boat than 'wild pupils. d
ing the campaign also called for the one deer (buck only), two a profitable
farming
I'' Fred Puryear are ,nominees for the orchestra. appointment of representatives of the turkeys, fifteen quail, 25 doves five farmers of this section year.and accordingto simul- I,
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office which is '
of adjutant post now Better Business League to addressthe geese, five brent, 15 snipe, 20 coots, taneous!with the first bean !
il held by Lawton Sims, and the contestants u A. A. A. TOURISTS shipments J
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membership of the civic and so- gallinules, 25 rails or marsh hens additional is [
being ,
acreage planted
for the office of Post Historianare ;
i CHI EXECUTIVE cial clubs in town and these representatives or 25 gallinules or rails in the aggre- and with possibilities of a late winter I
James E. Beardsley and L. A.
will be asked for complete report gate.
I WILL BE GUESTS indication points
every to
a
prosperous
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Morgan, Jr. There will be competition
PRAISE at tile Tuesday meeting.Approval i I The game hag limit for the season season for the farmers of this
HiGH IN
\1 for every office, Barney Thomas and of the campaign has been is two deer, five wild turkeys and 200 section.
"Ed Butler being the nominees for the
expressed by several Clewiston residents elf any other species of game birds.It HERE SATURDAY Although the Hooker beans will ;

office of Sergeant-at-arms. OF LOCAL WORK who said that the campaign Is is also unlawful to hunt turkeys constitute the first carload ot shipments -
Present post officers are Captain F. pith I
I accepted In the community as indicative a dog. from Clewistou there have been
Deane Duff, commander, Wilber D. I
V of a ,progressive: spirit on the Taking pot shots at birds from an Delegation Gather i n gRoad several express bean shipments dur-
Cole, vice commander, Lawton Sims,
... adjutant, Dick C. Miller, chaplain, E. C. Cole Says 'leWis part of the merchants. airplane! is ruled out by the Florida Data To Lunch ing the past week, the heaviest ship- 'r
Cecil V. Parkinson, president of the law which provides that game birds
being F. J. Tokeida who
1" James E. Beardsley, historian and ISore Sight For At Clewiston Inn. per shipped
ton s ahd
Better Business League commenting game animals shall be taken only f 61 hampers of Black Valentines which, Ii Iif 1
Carl Berner, sergeant-at-arms. I '
Eyes."To (Please turn to page 4) (,,(Please turn to page 4)) brought $-1 per hamper on the New Ii
.. In addition to the fact that there I Representatives of the American
York maiket. He also shipped 55 i
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i will be competition for each office, Automobile Association in several 1
one who plugged along herein hampers of the same varIetY' to Hall, II

I,1, / another factor believed to be responsible 1926, Clewiston is a sight for soree'es" MAr! IURCD 1 LEADER ThREE STUDENTS I northern states will comprise' the Wedge and Carter of Chicago. This
for the keen interest shown Is [ membership of a touring party of ap- It
was the comment made by E. Chicago[ firm is also represented hereby
: the fact that this will be the first -
1 1i I C. Cole of Chicago, assistant to B. G. ; proximately 65 persons who will stopat Mr. Hooker.In j
i election to be held 'since the local FEDERALFOR PLAN J TO ENROLLKCeuger Clewiston Saturday on a tour of
Dahlberg, president of the Celotex addition to the large been acre- t f
post of the American Legion has been Florida
i gathering data on motor
company, who spent three days here age under cultivation here there are f

1 I formed. this week on business.Mr. :- AID GLADES FOR AIR SCHOOL routes through Florida, it was announced also good looking fields of egg plants, I t
The Clewiston post of the American here yesterday by F. L. Williamson
Cole who 'was formerly general : peppers and onions n the Clewiston i
Legion was formed about six monthsago on receipt of a letter from Mr.
[ manager of the Clewiston company be section. f
r composed of members of the Van Geyt 'of Miami who is arrangingthe
assistant to
fore his appointment as
Alexander Orr. Outlines
::1 f Clewiston Veteran's club which was Jr., :: Representative tour.
the made the trip to Clew- '
president
{!I f organized in Clewistou several years ExpendituresMade May Establish .Headr o The I
iston via Palm Beach and Canal: ,Point ", purpose of the tour is to get BRIDGE TOURNEY

I f'r iJ 'ago. When the American Legion post ,where he inspected the cane fields! By State ":* Iiiu'ar.ters Here; .. __.._ .-accurate infprmation on Florida: ,rno tor
formed the officers of the Vet-
, was routes and road con Htjens'foT' the
'and commented the being
on progress
, eran's club were automatically installed convenience of northern motorists WILL BE STARTED'HERE II
' : made in that division of the Southern (Clewiston News Special) Three Clewistonites have signified I
as the first officers of the local -
r' i planning to visit the state. I
Sugar company. MIAMI, Nov. 14.-The sum of ,$105- their Intention of taking aviation I I
t I .." legion post.. "One of the most impressive sightsto The A. A. A. representatives!;! will be I
,(, 000,000 has been expended by the courses in the flying school planned NEXT WEEK Ii
welcomed to Clewiston at luncheon
1 me in Clewiston and one which may state ot Florida and eleven countiesin here by the Kreuger Air Lines of a ,

1I not be evident to you who live hereis I which the Everglades are'' locatedin Stuart, it was announced yesterday by atnoon in the Clewiston Inn, when a i
, HEAVIER TRACKS brief outline of what is done In }
I the growth of the pine and palm the development of that area, Al- R. S. Mitchell, Kreuger Air Line Pi- being Leonard Ames Announces

trees in the community and it is hardto exander Orr, Jr., president of the lot who said that it is probable that the northern Everglades will be ex- 1

J NOW ON C. L't' believe that this well planned and :Miami chamber of commerce told the Clewiston will .be made Everglades plained.In Plans For Annual 1
jfi* a letter to Mr. Williamson. Mr.\
thriving community is the same one Men's club of the First Presbyterian headquarters for his company. Those Bridge Games.Plans .
at which I arrived in 1926. Geyt In charge of the tour, :wrote: fl
church at the November supper meet- who are making arrangements to take '
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TO HAVEN'MOORE J Progress med in the construction of I ing of that organization. This total, the flying instructions are B. E. Nay!, "Under the schedule as now defin- for the second annual tournament 111 I

the 2,500 ton addition to the Clewis- according to the chamber 'of com Jr., L. E. Crows and J L. Morgan. I' (Please turn to page 4)) in duplicate contract bridge was r

Please turn tq Page 5 merce official included some $50,000- Although following out of his plans I announced here yesterday by Leo- 11!

Move Is Seen As First 000 for the building of canals and the depends greatly on the number of Rev. Bailey To nard S. Ames who said that first it 1

I .. r Step In Speeding STATE POPULATION rest for highways, schools and other Clewiston aviation students enrolling.Mr. games will be played at the Clewiston ''f
Tell Of ActionAt
I \ Time. purposes. Mitchell said that his tentative Inn next Tuesday night at 8:15 !

Running The expenditure of this sum, he explained plans of making Clewiston Everglades Church Synod o'clock.

OF 10,00 OOO IS'SEEN justifies asking the federal headquarters for his company would The tournament will be conducted ;
Completion of the work of replac-
' I 9 government to provide the entire bring his six Pahokee flying studentsto Returning from the Presbyterian (Pease turn to page 4)) I
ing, the tracks on the Atlantic Coast ii
I Line railroad from Moore Haven to ; BY SENATORSays amount needed for flood control as Clewiston for instruction because Synod held in Crescent City, Rev. W. i!

provided in what is known as General of the superiority of the landing fields T. Bailey, pastor of the Clewiston BENEFIT BRIDGE 1
Clewiston with heavier rails was announced -
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railroad Edgar Jadwin's plan entailing an esti- here. community church will speak on the
here yesterday by
rails mated appropriation of $10,500,000.He In addition to the flying school,. Mr. church meeting at the evening ser Members of the Clewistou Social :
officials who said that 85 pound Protective Tarrif I.
expressed the belief that the fed- Mitchell, if his plans to establish
I now replace the former 60 pound vices. His subject will be "Synod; club will sponsor a benefit bridge on

c: rails between these two points. Biggest Need 'OfGlades. eral government can be prevailed up- headquarters here are successful will What !is It? Why Do I Have To Go?" Wednesday night, Nov. 27, for the ',

Laying of'the new rails according J on to make appropriation for the maintain a taxi and passenger servicefor At the eleven o'clock service Sun benefit of the Clewiston school, it

I' I to the officials is in keep with thecompany's amount if the proposed canals for trips either above the town or for day morning his sermon topic will be : was announced yesterday.

carrying off the overflow leading to trips between Clewiston and other "More Than All That Are Against Proceeds will be used to purchasebird
... policy of constantly im A Florida of ten million people will
the Atlantic ocean can be designatedas Florida cities.Including Us." charts for the Cewiston school. :
proving its service and equipment I yet be seen by members of this gene- a
navigable waters. his flying classes at West Sunday school with B. M. Beach as A nominal admission charge will be :
wherever possble. ration according to U. S.,, Senator
? Mr. Orr has been active in promot- Palm Beach and Pahokee, Mr. Mitchell superintendent will be held at 9:45 made and Clewistonites are urged ,to :
Clewiston residents this week saw James E. Watson of Indiana who
ing a more thorough spirit of coop- now has 30 student pilots, six of o'clock and Christian Endeavor at be present to help In the work for the 11 I'
in the move the first steps of speeding spent Thursday here on an Inspection
eration between the people of the whom are doing :solo work with five 6:45: o'clock in the evening. school.
I the service between Moore Haven tour of the Souther Sugar company :
back country and the residents of the more ready to solo.
\!;} or Palmdale and Clewiston, 'since with properties as the guest ot F. L. Wil-
east coast cities and it was a resultof Keen interest is being shown in the I
the road bed in good condition and iamson. BLAST
his activities that the good will community in the plans for the avia- MINUTE PREPARATIONS UNDER)
the laying of the heavier rails com- Enthusiastic over the possibilitiesof
tour through the northern Evergladeswas tion school and in addition to the
I e, I
pleted it will be possible to reducer Florida Senator Watson expressed'the
arranged a few months ago. Please turn to 4Will
page
f,( considerably the running time be- belief that Florida's future is as- WAY FOR AID FETE HERE NEXT WEEK

tween these two points. (Please turn to page 5)) r /

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Three Planting Glades Pupils i[

.. Preparations are now virtually complete swell the proceeds is a moving picture
CLEWISTON RESIDENTS SUCCESSFUL Machines Now In
: : ., Attend School In for the Annual Christmas bazaarto show to be shown Friday nght fj

Local Cane Fields en Sounty Seat I In the Glatex theatre. "
' be given here next Thursday, Friday I I II
't' CANDIDATES AT SHRINERS MEET I Unusually attractive articles will
and by the Ladies Aid
: I Pushing forward with the extensive, (Clewiston News Special) Saturday feature the bazaar display this year, :'I''I'I

\\1,I1 i -- sugar planting operations, two more LA BELLE, Nov. 14.-By arrange- society of the Clewiston Community I I Mrs. Ames said and in the various :

'j Clewiston Shriners returning from and a special train carried the large cane planting machines were put in ment recently made with members of church, it was announced yesterday I I booths will be many appropriate suggestions 1

f r..,' the meeting at Arcadia where three I'I't delegation of Egypt Temple Shriners the fields this week, it was announced the Hendry County' school board, by Mrs. William G. Ames who said. for Christmas gifts.'

I.t i Clewistonites and one Moore Haven- from Tampa to Arcadia.A yesterday by officials of the Southern Glades county officials will pay $1- that except for some last minute preparations II "With the stage practically set for

r ,: ; Ue were accepted in the Shrine, rePorted -I rodeo was a feature of the day Sugar company who said that there 600 for Glades county pupils attend- everything Is In readiness for the opening of the bazaar" Mrs. Ames

i the event to be one of the when cowpunchers from various sec are now three of these new machines ing the La Belle school j if the schools I the opening the bazaar door in the said "every indications points to the

; ;j., .,' biggest of Its kind In the history of tions of South Florida participatedand working on the Clewiston division. have a short term and an additionalsum I show room of the Clewiston Motor fact that our slogan of 'bigger and

1 i South Florida Shrine activities.Clewiston's I. to help make the affair a suc- The cane planting machine, designed of $1,900 if the schools have a company. better' will come true. The women of

" new Shriners 'are Bob I cess a large delegation of horsemen and built by N. C. Storey, full term. This arrangement Is said I Chairmen have been busy completing the community have been very gene- 'I

Turner, manager of the Oasis Soda from the Ringling Brothers circus in sugar company engineer, digs the to be satisfactory to both the Hendry work of their committees and rous and the thorough spirit of cooperation "

parlor, Forrest H. Moreland, Clewis Sarasota was sent down. furrow, plants the cane and covers i county and Glades county boards. I during the next few days last minute will be easily noticeable in '' j'

ton deputy sheriff and,Art Lawrence I Among the thousand of Shrinerswere the aced in one operation effecting a Ctrl: li}. Royer, principal of the La preparations will be made including I the display of attractive donations.," j|

t<: of the Clewiston Supply:company. The I seen the following Clewistonites great saving In time and money. : Belle school also agreed to pay'for the I the decorating of the booths In the In the two day bazaar last year the

>{, o r Moore Havenite is R. A. Murray, own : I Ladies Aid society under the direc-
I \f1 I Il' I. With the first planter successfully i Glades pupils from his personal funds motor company showroom.A

er-manager of the Moore Haven Sales' L. A. Morgan, Jr., Dave Alston, N. demonstrated orders were placed for if Glades county should fail to do so, I goal of $600 has been set by Mrs.1 I II tion of Mrs. Ames took in more than I

, company. I II i C. Scarlett, T F Yaucey, Henry Der- the immediate construction of twenty and H. A. Rider, attorney for the ; Ames, president of the Ladies Aid $400. I

-I 'The degree team from Egypt Temple endorf, W. M. Giles. George Anderson machines and these are being put In j school board was instructed to draw ,I I I for the three day bazaar and one ori( "Melody Lane"* featuring Eddie :

{l" In Tampa conducted the ceremony I I IJf I and Glenn Heard. I I If" the fields as soon as completed. II up a contract accordingly i I the features which It is believed :will Leonard is the picture to be shown.

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The Clewiston h News CABBAGESAND KINGSTwo \\1

Successor to The Clewiston Progress I 5 .

CROW BROTHERS

Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office at kinds of buns: One Is made from yeast and flour and the other from ;

. Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 3, .1879. yeast and malt..-Tallahassee Democrit'. ,!. .' 1 C' "
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CONTRACTORS

LOUIS A. MORGAN........................................................... Publisher I ,- V
Beginning to notice ads readng "Thglft problem solved," but all they ,

TOM SMITH .............................................................................. Editor{ ., Clewiston Fla. -
show is what to buy and miss the big problem of what to use for money. .


Subscription Rates .,

High fliers raising cane might be a possible headline when that aviation I .
mail in Florida
By mail outside of Florida By school under here. A
gets
way
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One year $2.50 0 One year. '

Six months ..1.50 Six months 1.00

Three months 1-25 Three months, .75 When you go driving remember that the hospitals are full of people who II ELECTRIC WC&K. THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN

had the right of way.. SAFETY AND
NEWS' PLATFORM COMFORT. "

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1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee :with water. transportation ,. I
Tongues are buzzing about the bazaar. "Don't Strike a Match-Press a Button."
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and concentration .

of products. --

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and. And to borrow from Gilbert and Sullivan, "Lose all you temerity; step I CANTRELL ,ELECTRIC COMPANY

other products of this region to the northern markets. Clewiston, Fla. Phone Conn. ..
up with avidity; such an opportunity may not occur again.
4. The full functioning of a cooperative: marketing association for both, oJ

buying and i selling purposes.

The state is about convinced that the era of prosperity in the northern

FRIDAY: NOVEMBER 15, 1929 -
Everglades is a permanent wave. 1-

I ._ Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector-
.. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK i
of tax sale certificates for 1927 and
FARM STATSTICSSHOW !
1 years previous now held by the state
M. P.
Further recognition of the New Sugar Bowl for America by railroad officials through making possible compromisesor BOGGS

FLORIDA TO' adjustments between the state and
was renec'ted last week in the inaugurating of through Pullman ser- I JEWELER
the' tax payer, and providing for the

vice from Xew York to Clewiston on the Atlantic Coast Line. New Yorkers "BE I avoidance of the accumulation of such
LEADING STATE I Expert Watch Clock
planning to visit the new sugar bowl in the Everglades, step into warm tax sale certificates in considerable & Jewelry Repairs j,

quantities by the state in! the future.Q. :>
Pullman on the de luxe Everglades Special and are whisked through snow -- I What benefit is expected as the C1 evris ton, Florida Hays B'ld'g.
Is Second
covered fields and through wind swept cities and less than two days later Georgia Highest > result of the operation of the law?

With Average A. That the state will be able to ."'" '-----'"
sunshine at Clew-
are stepping out of the same Pullman. car into the warm S '

Of $1,040.JACKSONVILLE realize on the tax certificates to the Lr"I!: EI 4 1I Ir 1 Y !I Cllr Plrl!.BIII. !.1) 9111 J.l!fl. .,IIIItIIll.: !! !1 !or 1!1 rl II {!lJ.J!!! 11 9111 9J rr l 9 1r 0 {rlQ 1.
iston. extent of millions of dollars and that IO.Ii.Ld11.11111141171L11Illdll r I i TiiTi II iT&II :BliiIuIiirBTiilarit'aliiicIiileliilalir'EsiiiInljilaiijIal i Ti ilaliilalcilB'nlxiirl!' *.
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This launching of a through Pullman service between New York and hereafter the income of the state will :
Nov. 14, (FSCC).

Clewiston is a big thing for this community and the people of the northern -During the five year period from ,: be increased. I Ij I II i THE EVERGLADES f
'j I Q. What two things have been bornin
1924 to 192S Florida's gross income
Everglades are duly appreciative. mind in the passabe of this law?

And In keeping with* its policy of continued better service the Coast Line 00 from per crops farm and, while livestock the was per 19940.capita- i,I'!I A. First, the interests of the stateas Nerv. Through AliPullmcn Tra'.n:: (Hell! Gate Dridge: ,Route) : It.

a political entity. Second, the in-
S5 steel rails to the GO based on farm population was $$438.00 Boston Springfield *
has recently completed the laying of pound replace (' New York ':".l:;
individual tax
terests of, the payer. : :
according to C. V. Rahner director ;
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pound track formerly used .between Moore Haven and Clewiston. This of I of research of the Florida State Chamber j I II .I I Q.'' How. does the new law work? I I Club Lounge Dining Sleeping Cars / :

course means smoother riding and the possibility of faster service.; of Commerce. In comparison with '!I! A. Land will no longer be struck off ".: 74, ..:.'
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I to the person who will pay taxes, in- Dally Schedule-Effective Nov. 3, 1929 73 v :
the number of farms operated in the ..; .
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Atlantic Coast Line officials have proven themselves true friends of terest, cost and charges for the small :, .
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states of SOl th Carolina, North Caro- c '
Clewiston and while we are greatly appreciative of :what has been done, as lina, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee: est quality of land but to the person "- 5.25 PM Lv, Clewiston .................. Ar. 11.15 AM '.

who will bid the amount of taxes, 6.40 AM Ar. Jacksonville ........ Lv. 10.40 PM :.;
a friendly tip we suggest the following two improvements.First Florida leads in gross income per ,. '
farm costs and charges plus the lowest 7.00 AM Jacksonville ............ Ar. 9.50 PM ': I
by $8000 the next highest statein "
a slop semewhere between Haines City and Clewiston for breakfastand the group which is Georgia with rate of interest, but not to exceed the 10.30 AM Ar. Savannah .............:.. Lv. 6.15 PM .;}. ..J

I maximum rate allowed by law. The 10.10 PM Ar. Richmond ................ Lv. 6.40 PM ..:
Haven .
second, a faster schedule from Moore to Clewiston.The an average of $1,040.00. The Florida

is $100.00 higher than that interest rate is reduced from two percent 1.05 AM Ar. Washington ............ Lv. 3.40) AM i :
average S .
two go hand in hand for the half hour delay caused by time out for given for the entire United States. :. 'a month for the first year and ,I bG.20 AM Ar. New York (Pa. Sta) Lv. 10.20 PM :. ,

breakfast could be more than made up by faster travel from Moore Havenor The total average of :Florida's gross eight per cent a year thereafter, toI 11.00. AM Ar. Spriogfleld; "............ Lv. 5.30 PM .," ..

18 percent for the first year, 10 per '. 12.?. PM Ar.Bostcr.. ("otilh; Sta.) Lv. 4:.:,0 PM ,
Palmdale to Clewiston, and this is possible'in view of the heavier rails income from crops and livestock for ,
cent for the second and eight percenta '. 0operc -
, now laid. the fve-year period, says Director: thereafter. The certificatesmay : : ;.-C':: : occupied: until 7,30 a.m.. ," ,
Rahner, is 114912000. The total for. year

And railroad like 1925 be foreclosed in equity In the ':. Fadcsl Service; B lr.eCl Cev! nand .. :.:
passengers Napoleon's soldiers travel best on a full was $125,901,000.00. Average -,:, : > Boston ..
same manner as a mortgage by the '
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stomach, for a who has starved _cash income over the same five ;years Tickets! : Rsce.'vatioric:: fn/crmalion' I
passenger from-supper the ,previous night holder of the certificate, whether .. : from Local Agent 'or :
was $102,404,000.00 of which $87,062- .. '. !
until the arrival in Clewiston at 11:15 o'cock the following morning, could 000 was derived from farm crops and state or Individual. The land will ROY GREEN, Clewiston Fla. ..,''a'
then be offered for sale by a masterin
not possibly be in the same contented mood of one who has 'breakfasted $15,342,000 from livestock. Figures a
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I chancery and sold to the nicest
I used in this comparison are taken ATLANTC.I :,
sumptlou&ly Sebrng or Lake Placid. I bidder.Q. .
from U. S. Department of Agriculture

So now that the Coast; Line has gone so far in cementing the friendshipwith tabulations just released. ,I If, any surplus accrues from the The Standard Railroad of the South*t .. '.,
sale of the land, what is done with It?
the people of Clewiston, why not add the reinforcement Estimated gross income from farm
of breakfast and livestock production in Florida1 A. It goes into the pocket of the. delinquent I J ur ri't" !olralrnA: 2;J iiTi: .1 liT.!n111m iiW! iTiii.!!i no l, n IalTel-s e a nlmnr, !.i1 l a liilBiiii{: n 1 {!.1D Ill_s {!l.J.!{I a':1 R1 u J.l.ulaura!. .n Lac; ;|a,ntc {{!JaJ 1 u 1a ul!!l!
bacon and shredded wheat and keep the feeling with tax au i 2fi iT Ic-TLa u J..1.ifiili)I IIIJ! ,.1&iliili:i I:ail iliTi Ti ,i i1DT j llai I
warm a steaming hot payer.
during 1928, by commodity Is as follows a----o,.,
Q. When does this new law which .
cup of coffee somewhere in the ridge section? : Corn, $1,292,000; oats, $1,000; !
is designed to ''prevent accumulationof
cotton lint, $1,672,000; cotton seed, I
: :. tax sale certificates by the state
-: .. ;' ._.. I$199,000; tobacco $2,687,000; Irish CLEWISTOI CAFE
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,: .. ;'- 'Iit' ,. I go in effect _
: '; potatoes, -$8,282,000; sweet potatoes,
:. ; A. With the 1929 tax sale.
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,: A TIMELY ?
: $3,368,000; truck crops, $30,364,000; | '
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.THE ONLY PLACE OF ITS
: KIND IN GREATER
WARNING''y
.-':.: 'y Tf i .,'..:....::* :.',-."_> :.. 'I. hay and sweet sorghum forage, $38 CLEWISTON

000; cow peas, $23,000; peanuts, 959.1
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A timely warning to Florida business men is issued by the Florida State 'I'I 666
000; peaches $147,000; pears, $48,000'' OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TO 1 A. M.

Chamber of Commerce in a statement which says: grapes: $40,000; strawberries, $1,886- is a Prescription for

"This is 'sucker time' In Florida and every schemer and high powered 'I 000; pecans, $112,000; oranges, $30- COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, We serve only the best the market affords

550,000; grapefruit,. $13,950,000; other'i; BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. j
artist in the country is, or soon will be, headed south i : REGULAR DINNERS SHORT ORDERS
to enjoy the climate '
fruits
1 $64,000; sugar cane and sugar, It is the most speedy remedy known.

but more especially the dollars lifted from the pockets of Florida merchantsand 1 $1,133,000; farm gardens, $2,126,000; I :'\
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY
nursery products, $936,000; forest ) :
communities in worthless advertising campaigns and what not. l KEEP DRY S .:. .. ..
products, $3,112,000; green house -,

"Annually thousands of dollars are thrown away by supposedly sane and products, $354,000; cattle and calves, I under aTAYLORMADE ; Home Made\ Pits

practical, business men and communities through patronizing the brain $3,753,000; hogs, $6,523,000; sheep TOP 'a
Dinners At
and lambs, $53,000; poultry (chickens : TAYLOR AUTO CO. Enjoy your Sunday Chicken ..

child of some smooth talking high pressure artist who comes in from out ), $2,478,000; eggs (hen), $3, 61- Top to Tire The decision Cafe-The Home of Good Coffee.

side the state and successfully carries away the .advertising dollar which 000; milk and milk products, $5,904- West Palm Beach -.r Jf ,.-.,- r ___
000; wool and mohair, $58,000; bee
was refused
to the
Chamber of Commerce or local newspaper for use through products, $228,000; Total crops and FLORIDA FARM WANTEDWe .:;' :.?,:..:":'.;.':. ..:..:..:..:.:.: .:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:',':" : .:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:-:. :. :....:.:-: : :
legitimate
channels. animal products 1928, $125,901,000. have a party interested in buy- ..t. ';
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"Already reports are being received by the State Chamber of Commerce During September 1929, says Mr. ing a Florida farm. If your farm Is :.

Rahner the index number of retail priced right send price and particu
headquarters announcing the arrival of the
fly-by-night the
brigade and prices paid for commodities in Flor- lars.' F. B. G. Co., Box 408, Olney, III. A whether 0
visit will favor .
by be to
plying of their trade )vith success. ida used in living and production was .:0 you, a us, '. .,
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"Save your advertising dollars for use in legitimate ways 'which will be of 154, which was 2 points lower than I THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY :: you are ready' to buy now or later' :*0:

September 1928. Tris indicates the ; .
benefit to the community and the ; ;
individual.
Co-operate with your Chamber farmer paid less for goods which he CO. :: ;
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of Commerce in curbing this seasonal parasite by not enterng into any sort purchased during 1929. The Index :::. "'

of advertising project until it has been thoroughly -Investigated and number for September of prices received .SAVES ME LOTS OP- ::!: We hope to be a real service to the people! in this! city and surround-]*
approved -
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by. men. In was 141, the same as September i :c: ing country by carrying in our stock a well selected high grade line of .*;. .
your community who know of ,
something of the value 192S. The index number of the W0\114 1OQR
:: *4* ,
advertising and publicity. ration of prices received to prices m :t! Jewelry Elgin and other standardized Watches 1847 Rogers and .>.

paid was 92 during September 1929, N. t
"During recent months Florida was swept by a wave of economy. In an one point hgher than 1928. Those index ::: Community silverware. :t;{_
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effort to
reluce taxes many communities allowed their advertising purchasing numbers reflect a favorable con- ::: ***
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power to be eliminated or greatly curtailed. Therefore it .Is of more dition for the farmer; ..., :1:: ; :!=
/ Anr listen to this: You can purchase. on the. installment plan at. I:
than ordinary importance that those dollars .: ;" ', ... '
:saved at the expense of community \ ; ,. >. _> ,. :
CARLTON TAX PRIMER :=: regular cash prices. 'i.,. ** / /" *;
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publicity be not 'trf;__ ': .
thrown away on useless schemes." -; :.':" '; '; : : .: : :::
Editors note: This is the tenthof i ', "
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a series and questions on the ., > .

Wonder bow Carlton state tax program and is released Less work and worry for you. Phone .
many merry makers wanted to sign an Armistice with John
t

Barleycorn last Tuesday morning? .:. through Daily. News.to the Clewiston courtesy News of the readers Miami ,call.for prompt attention-our driver will I t CUNNINGHAM-RHODES JEWELRY CO.


Cecil R. Warren staff writer.G. A
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Sponge sales In Tarpon Springs are $4,076. Those Greeks are certainly :: In City Drug Co. Store :;;.

mopping : i.: Clemston, Florida ::
up. What is senate bill 72 enacted in- CLEWISTON ;

I to law at the 1929 extraordinary session LAUNDRY inc. MAIN STORE IN MIAMI. :!:: it 1Y

A college student was asked In an examination of the legislature? EL PASO AVE.&; SAN BOHIT ST.
"What lands lie beyond the A. It is the fourth unit of the Carl j"CLWISTON **\. i .:..

Jotdan?" and bo correctly answered "It all depends on what side of. the ton administrative tax plan. ft & FLORJDA i .. '
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Jordan you're standing." I Q. What does it propose? 'j

A. Generally, it intends the cashing rtjour&nc lte LaundrY :':.-'.'..-..".." ..'.., '..-..-......-'....._.._.._!....._.._.........._... ..... .:..:..:-:-:.:-:-:-:-:-:.:.: .:..:-:..:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:. .:-: :.

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,i FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1929 CLEWISTON NEWS CLEWISTON
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J! : CAPITOL FACTS La Belle NewsMr. -'

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I 1 TALLAHASSEE Nov. (CFS)-Next
to Florida's climate, the highways} 'of --- J. W. EZELLE, D. D. S.
biggest asset," de- I. W. Kenedy of the State game Dentist
the state are Its ( )
commission visitor in the DR. J. C. NOWLING
clared James C. Cassell Miami winter I was a

visitor, In a letter this week to Chairman courthouse Thursday morning. Hopkins Building, X-RAY LABORATORY

... Robert '\V. Bentley: of the state I : .
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'1 road department. DIr Cassell stated Mr. and Mrs. Irving Phillips motored CLEWISTONFLORIDA ; Hopkins Bldg

that he had traveled the greater part i to Immokallee grove where they A HOTEL
IS
I Clewiston, .Fla. SELDOM LIKE HOME &
I intend to spend the winter the
: of the United States and Europe, but on ....
i : that for "safety and time"* the roads Edwards grove. .
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.' ,: he found in Florida were better than / .
elsewhere. He declared that other SXTH GRADE CONTESTThe I ITS DIFFERENT AT THE ,

i than in a few municipalities, the high I'I'i sixth grade of the La Belle -_. -- ..

, ways were wide and clean and expressed grammar school is having a contest WATANABEHere
I: the hope that Florida would I RIBBONS SALES REPA,tt
to determine the most studious boyor
;. continue to maintain such a system. girl in that grade. Among the leaders CARBON PAPER SERVICEL.

I In the grade are Winston Rider you will find the most pleas-
C. SMITH & CORONA
,'" tax boards ,j and Earnest Hall and several other J
; Reports from delinquent
ing atmosphere with
of twenty; three counties received by bright boys and girls. This class is I TYPEWRITERS INC. coupled meals !

the board of this week show I taught by Professor Maxwell.
appeals
I Our reprcscnlalhc will be in Clcwislon on the ttochlh of each month j just as you enjoyed in your home.
:
that back taxes amounting to $130 I
Mrs. A. L. entertained witha For special service notify Glades Delivery. Machines picked by
: .., 918.72 have been paid the state of Taylor up A .few .
., Florida up to November first. This breakfast bridge Saturday morning.Mrs. them, delivered to us and returned to you at a minimum charge. rooms are now available for

r' ;' repeals a'great increase over the first Taylor was assisted by Miss Co- who intend >
1 rine Jones. 21 Fagan Arcade West Palm Beach guest to make Clewiston j
.
report made public in August. Assessments I
on these lands had been I I Delicious breakfast was served. PI'ooII! their home. r
Prizes were given to Miss Edna Dreyr _, .
in making
lowered about thirty per cent '
i Mrs. Ross, Miss Salie Mid- i
.I Chas. O. i
the adjustments and about seventy -I !
dleboiough, Miss Edith Magill. II MILKTHEFt CHILDREN NEED
five per cent of the land redeemed ,. ,
were lots, the report shows. Among the guests present were: ( ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE 1r!1
Although meetings of these boards I Mrs. Frank Daugherty, Mrs Chas. O. Pure milk-the kind I r
It Moss, Mrs. Joe Ross, Mrs. E E. Edwards .
after this month and
to
were cease you get from'this dairyis
Mrs Carl Rover, Miss Edna q; s U t k N ii
"j+ their work as allowed by special aw ,
p ,--.0 ,of the last legislature, completed, Dieyer, Mis. G. W. Pettee, Miss Edith r ,a 1 Ar one of the bests !

iI Ii H 1 Comptroller Ernest Amos has issued Magill, Mrs. James R. Doty, Miss Yoe j t r foods you can give your The Watanabe Hotel i

".' -\C1 a statement stating that adjourned mans Miss Salie MIddleborough, Miss 1r L children. It contains, ins ,I II'

I I!;: meetings could be held in necessary.It Ann_ Preston. I easily digested form, I'I'i'i'.IF

11 is thought that in many of the counties \the food elements needed MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manag-r.! 1;
the sessions will continue in De I The ladles of the Methodisht church I I for building healthy, I i
cember. I, held a musical comedy in the grammar e '1
school auditorium Saturday even f strong bodies.INSPECTION I

ing. I { l li ...}.'1)"V...''?./, ( I II l li )
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/) I INVITED lI
Opinions handed down by Attorney yl I I;

General Fred H.. Davis this week are BOY. SCOUTS CAMP I -V L I!I':

.III as follows: "There is'no law which The Boy Scouts spent Friday even CLEWISTON I'I I
DAIRY
COMPANY II
says that a man's labor cannot be ing and Saturday morning at Rope ( ----....._- ,. "...--- "!
taxed merely I because it is labor. Our I Bend where they slept cook and did I j -=:=:::: = == = :: :: : : =- : = : = : = .
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.. statute books are full of laws placing various other thugs a scout does. sev- --------=
. the occupations of individuals I Ii
taxes on eral tests were given. .A -- -j i
Lawyers have to pay taxes for I Those present were Scoutmaster ] II

working as lawyers. So do doctors, I II Glenn Magill, Assistant Scout Master METROPOLITAN .SERVICE j ,II

I nurses and other professional men. Caroll Christie, James Rider, Earnest'Hall I ,. i ,

t f,, Now, the legislature has extended it I It Don Bus, William Doub, Edward INANEVERGLADES I 1

taxing power to other classes of people Bronson, Glen Dyess, Cobert Wooten,

J} which it has a right to do. In fact I II Vergel Miller, Counsel Miller ,. //j;, SETTING !I'It I''
to the where 4 Fj It
,I f>e are getting point .
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they tax you for the privilege of working I f
The La Belle schools had school all ", :: '
I if you work, and if you don't MAKE\ THE CLEWISTON INN YOUR HEADQUARTERS t
i t. work, put you in jail for vagrancy. If day Armistice day with a patriotic I I .J :', .' f
you live and make something by your I program held at two thirty in the I -- ; 1'-1 WHILE IN THE SUGAR BELT. .

industry, :you have to, turn in part of afternoon. I. I II
Many La Belle people attended the I .
; 'I it by income tax, and if you have ; I
something have acquired without Armistice celebration_ in. Fort Myers .
you ''
1 "
"
., I i engaging in industry, or which 'you Monday. ..--.. ..-., THE CLEWISTON INN I

.I I r ,3 have saved out, of your earnings, the. -'-..; 4 'oc"_ .._.'
I L l government will get part of it in in- EYES EXAMINED, GLASSES FIT. .:. .'';. CLEWISTON FLORIDA I
j'
I h heritance tax when die. While I
c : you
FED BY A PHYSICIAN SPECIALIST. ': .,' ,'
I \it) this may seem burdensome, there. is :.,!: ? A BANK 1 ACCOUNT ,, .._ r -.....-... f
,;.f no remedy for it .so long as the people PRICES REASONABLE I : ; ',
I' I themselves demand luxuries in 1 :: TIn ::' : J
YOUR INSURANCE ...
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I Co.
Optical -
government, whch costs money. This Pahokee ., :: ----- -
Q was given to F. P. Snyder of Marianna -
Located in Kerr's Jewelry Store,
who asked if a laborer engaged in addition to carrying full coverage against loss on your ,
making repairs had to pay a license I Wilder Bldg. Pahokee building in some reliable insurance company, protect your ,:. .;: ':". {:J '.-r"d: : : : : : ": ,; :';0', "I' ; l:, 'f' I

(t tax. I self,, still further by carrying a substantial balance in this :' ,;;" :
Veterans are exempt from occupational & Jf\\ff If strong bank where it is always subject to immediate call '. I
licenses but not from registration 1l; when needed. ,'0". '.

fees, etc. Given to W. H. Poe, / \, !i

t I council for Florida real estate commission 1\C/Iq J .'. \ ., '. ',..: t i

: : ? 8121 FIRST BANK! OF CLEWISTON : :_..,... .' \, .. (\.
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in savings checking J I "r '" J'
t Money or accounts H:<""'" ''' g'. :' ', :iA. ,.' :. '> '
4 not returnable as taxable property ,Vir'jst: Palm Beach ; '.
under the new sworn return law. ... .1 .; :ir ., !
\r Dentists must pay one state tax: anda _. __ __ ; .: BUILDERS I ,
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I, county tax for each county in which I

they practice.I .
I When teacher is on sick leave substitute ; .. f
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is not required to be furnished ;;"\j ; .,:.. ;;::" E
.by her. ( .v. ; r : ; ; THERE IS NOT A HOME, STORE OR : Ir I F

May pay personal property taxes I

{'". secure separate receipt from in real order estate that taxes auto and tag {' JT W ILL'.p A Y ii1 APARTMENT TO RENT IN CLEWISTON E EAT I'r

I'' may be procured. ', :7. '
lih\
Tfaffic officers may appoint depu- .. .' ,. : : : ANY PRICE AND THERE IS A LONG
ties for every district of not less than ; : .. .' ''._. '/ !
.r 10,000 population, but deputies serve ;
; \ WAITING LIST OF PROSPECTIVE TEN !
under authority of county commissioners TO GET DETAILS ,
ON THE '
POSSIBILITIES FOR INVESTMENT f
who may discharge an ap :, I fI
I
I pointment. ANTS. '! f
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(f' If defendant defaults ;bond give .. IN ,,: "s," ; .,' '. : :
he is to be placed in prison. If he .
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serves full term before bond is collected ./ I

bond is still an obligation and : .' II I t
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't must be paid. If bond Is paid before ", ..'. THAT TELLS THE STORY. '
-"\ term is he ,.
up may be released. sJ.i : I
I .' MAIL COUPON NOW .: ,. :

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.' An Investigation Into the facts concerning I : CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING AS.
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reports that Governor Carlton SOCIATION

i,I had either written seventeen articles I II I '. Clewiston, Fla. 0 For Details Write' to :

h I J on Florida or employed a "ghost
i'" writer" to write them for him, brings Gentlemen I am interested In '
: out the followng facts: Governor <.' your easy plan for saving. Without ::', .. .

',_ Carlton wrote one article-that for '.'t.:;'. obligation to me, please send me full I CLEWISTON CHAMBER 0? COMMERCE : :
: information.
\" Nature Magazine to be published next I II
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month. All others I
1:1 \ were Interviews Name _."..".,_"..'..............................................
' : .. with the Governor and were written Clewiston Florida

'::1 ,:' by Jack Lacey and published in out Address ....,......rr....... .................._.............. ,
of state newspapers and periodicals, ,
and for which Mr. Lacey was paid by I
the publishers. A story was given the I '. \ \ "IN THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S NEW

press stating that Florida had received SUGAR

: much publicity through the ..... i
7 work of the Governor and listed theO THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN- j<; -<:.....,
,
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. d ;L newspapers and magazines in which _
articles were published. It was ero- II Clewiston Florida .. i i
neously stated in editorials thereafterthat

the chief executive had personal
ly prepared all the articles, and since !' .1
BOWL"P
then considerable pro and con editorial I J
comment. has been published. "," ..-. ",. ..,

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., .'(.:lPOLJU, CLEWtS'l ON NE V5. CLEWJSTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, rJnVJMR BE R iI. ;,, 1829
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You Heard ? afternoon Mr. Jim Beardsley gavea I found that money: raised by county Two cents went to the state road 'de- Lake Wales that evenng. Therefore, --
By The Way Have '' Intcrestng talk at the school.He .
very taxation
for the purpose of providing pal'tment for highway construction, while we want to give Clewiston all
explaned the meaning of the different sinking funds for the ultimate retirement cent divided
one was equally among the time that you will need, we would

WHEREBy insIgnias on the uniform, af of county aril specla road and the counties and one cent went for request that the program be plannedso
ter which he told some of the experiences bridge district bonds have been' dissipated school
purposes two thirds of the that the things can move In a snap-

Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr. of the soldiers in France. I I cent going to public free schools and py manner and thus enable us to be ron
After his talke he answered ques- Q. In what ? third to
way the institutions
one
of higher
CLEWISTON: MOTOR. COMPANY.. the way as soon possible.
Candles. tasty. .... '.-' tions the children asked pertainingto A. In some cases the funds have : learning.Q. "It would appear now that not more
C for very .
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; .. the war.Sfxtyive. been used for other and unauthorized Under this plan there
was
L for linens, will please anyone. \ .. : any than 60 or 65 people will be on the
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reading books donated
"' : : were purposes, in others they have been distribution made In proportion to the trip."
E for Effort we have put forth. : : .
to the school Ibrary last week I I
therewith both...":,, such a way as to become indistinguishable amount of gasoline tax paid In? Following'luncheon the visitors will
W for Willingness, we are '
Mrs. 'H. L. McDonald.Mrs I
by Some of the monies been A. No
will have 'those counties which paid be taken Inspection tour through
I for Interesting articles you see. 'j, r. ;. donated' I I on an
S for Souvenirs; they will be there.. ',' :1 Gus McGhee half lost or frozen In bank failures, a result I the greatest amounts In gasoline tax ,: the mill and Clewistonites will accompany -
dozen towels and wash cloths
for
the children will enjoy. ''' .. : '/ of officials failing to have them shared equally in the revenue with : them as far as Moore Ha-
T for Toys, .
can't miss. the first aid equipment to be keptin secured In the manner provided by other countie. Under the new plan. :i ven to explain the growth of the tall
O for Opportunity you the school.
I
N ,for November, you know the date:. :..' ; The primary received law. I these larger counties receive a pro- sugar cane through which they pass
.I.: grades a portionate of cent based
/ part one on en route to Lake Wales.

'.. r' .. hectograph, a paper vutter and Editor's Note-This is the the amount of gasoline tax it pays
sev-
well bring It along. I
M for Money
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.' \ \ : some modeling clay, given by the in.
O for Offering, It all helps. .... ; Parent Teacher association.: enth of a weekly series of questionsand : I BRIDGE TOURNEY
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., :" answers explanatory of the
T for time, don't forget. ;. .' Mrs G. B. Thomas who taught the WILL BE STARTED
O for Occasion; well you know. ':;- ,;': .' ,. fourth and fifth grades last year Is Carlton state tax program and is HUNTING SEASON --
will. '-':-: %. released to the readers of the Clew "['
R for Return, you ', .:' .;. again with us She has charge of the OPENS .IN STATE (Continued from page 1))
,' :; iston News through the courtesy of
... third grade. Miss Magill who posi-
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C for Come every one. :.:: : tion Mrs. Thomas is filling has re- of the 'Miami Daily News. (Continued from Paae 1) similarly. to the one series of' games

O for On November 21, 22 andy23.. .' .<. .'. turned to La Belle.CARLTON I -- I least year which were also conducted :j
LADIES AID BAZAAR Cecil R. Warren News Staff Writer.
in the half hour
daytime between an jby Mr. Ames and handsome przes will

before sunrise and sunset with a shot I( be awarded to the winners In both
Beardsley Jesse F. Tippey, Dick' C. TAX PRIMER Q.. What is senate bill 5, enacted I
Ames was'hostessto ,
William G. not than ten
Mrs. gun larger a gauge or the north and south and the east and
members of the Clewiston Bridge Miller 'and William G. Ames. into the law at the 1929 extraordinary : rifle. west positions. ;

club at her home on Arcade avenue Editor's Note: This is the Sixth ofa session of the legislature? .I "No person" the law reads "shall To be eligible for prizes contest

when Mrs. Charles A. Jackson: held Mrs. T. V. "Watson, popular winter series of questions and answers A. Itt is the "second unit" in the take any game animal or game bird ants must play In at least nine of the

high score Mrs. Wilber D. Cole I visitor has arrived in Clewiston for concerning the Carlton State -Tax Carlton administration tax program.O. from any automobile, motor car, series of ewelve games and the tro-
see-I Program and Is released to the lewiston With what does this law deal? .
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H. A. Bestor third. train
Mrs. head
and and the winter season. She returned herewith or by light spot fight, traps phie will be awarded to the players
News readers the : A. With the distribution of the five
through courtesy -
chicken
consisting of
Refreshments poison shall birds
nor or with
Mr. Watson when he made a for ; game the highest net above average
salad, "hot rolls and coffee were ten day trip through Georgia and of the Miami Daily News. cent gasoline tax. It has nothing to game animals be taken from an air- scores.

served. do with the additional one cent tax 4 plane boat sail boa boat Games will be Tues
Alabama recently.. Mr. and Mrs. Watson power any played every
Those present were mesdames, Roy I are stopping at the ClewistonInn. Cecil R.Warren.. News Staff Writer Imposed on gasoline and which is to under sail or any device towed by a day night for twelve consecutive

L. Simpson, Charles A. Jackson go to the benefit of the school sys j sail boat or motor boat. It Is also unlawful weeks. All bridge playes in the com-

Claude Downs, James E. Beardsley, Q. What are the general advantagesof tem.Q.. to shoot quail while they are munity are eligible for tournamentplay V 1'

Dick C. Miller, R. Y. Patterson, Wil Senate bill number 1,, How is the revenue to be derived on the ground. a nominal fee to be nemed to

ber D. Cole. William Cecil Owen, H. SCHOOL NOTESBY A. A complete and detailed recordof from the five cen tgasoline tax help defray the cost of the tourna-

A. Bestor and her two guests and the financial status! of every county to be apportio'ned? 1 1l\1ERCHANTS\ TO RE- ment.

Miss Jodjl ot Minneapolis, Elbert L. HENRY STOREYOn and special road and bridge districtin A. It is to be divided into' four parts I VIEW TRADE PLAN

Stewart and T. V. Watson. I the state will be kept on recordin The five cents for each gallon of i _

November 2 the Parent Teacher Tallahassee. Credit of political gasoline sold is to be apportioned as I (Continued from page 1)) THREE STUDENTS

Rev. W. T. Bailey, pastor of the I association of the Clewiston unites of the state :will be raised and follows: Two cents to the state road II I PLAN TO ,ENROLL ;

Clewiston community church accompanied school became a unit of the State valued of their bonds increased department one cent among all the on the campaign said:

by Mrs. Bailey, left Mondayfor I National Congress of P. T. A.'s at through a systematic discharge of counties in proportion to the amount I "Several of the progressive: merchants (Continued from page( 1)three

a church conference at Eustis and 1 the sectional meeting In Fort Myers their obligations under state supervi- collected from each of them one centto I who are sponsoring; the com- a

, attended the synod of the Presbyte i: on that date. Mrs. Beardsley represented sion. Funds will be held inviolate.Q. the counties in proportion to their : paign have already noticed an increase who have signified their intention -

rian church at Crescent City. Dr. and our school at the meeting. .... What is to be demanded of the outstanding county and special l road in volume of business and of taking the course several oth-
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this week. I Clewiston News published December district officials in the operation of one cent to be apportioned among! the movement has only started, nevertheless the plan.Establishment.'

I 6. This ehtion will be sponsored by the law for transferring of administration counties equally.Q. we have sufficient reason to believe of the headquarters

F. L. Williamson, president'of the ; the Parent Teacher association of this of road bond retirement How are the monies which will 'I that the campaign will be successful -I here will give Clewiston added impetus "'iI

Florida Flood control association spent I I school. It will contain special articles funds and other road monies to the be distributed by the state among the from every standpoint." in its progress as the only air-
port in the Everglades and in addi-
Wednesday in West Palm Beach in by many of the town people. There central administration board .knownas counties under the operation of the I 1-
tion to the Southern Sugar company'sCuitis
a conference with Howard Selby. will also be some very good adver- Senate bill 1, i new gasoline tax distribution law, A. A. A., TOURISTS
I Robin which is
tisements In this issue from out of A. They are required to furnish to known as Senate bill 5 to be spent? WILL BE GUESTS monoplane
I used by P. G. Bishop, operating vice
William G. Ames consulting engineer town concerns as well as local mer- the state treasurer as county treasurer A. Two cents are to go for road and (Continued from page 1))
president, for business and inspection
for the Southern Sugar company chants. ex-officio complete statements concerning I bridge indebtedness in each county, --
trips the Waco plane of the KreugerAir
returned this week from a business the bonds for which the sinking one third of one cent is to go into Itely, determined we will eave Miami
I Armistice not celebratedwith Lines will be here.
Day was
trip to New York. funds have accumulated.Q. the county road fund, two thirds of I early on the morning of the ICth and I

I a holiday in the school this Do all Florida counties have in- one cent for county schools.. I after a short stop in Palm Beach will

P. A. Poche superintendent of con- year. The school term is a short tact these sinking funds for the re Q. How was the gasoline tax of plan to, arrve in Clewistoi about FOR SALE-Packard six Sedan.

struction and operation of the Clew- one this year and school authori- tirement their county and special five cent divided under the old law? noon. I Fine shape. Bargain. See Mr.: Wail at
ties best that the students I .
iston factory of the Southern Sugar thought road and bridge district bonds A. It was divided into three parts. "Our schedule calls for m3':bg I Clrwiston Building Material Co.
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Orleans on business.L. Armistice Day program held by the directed by the Governor reveals they, .. .'.' ,...'..., .. ', :-"'- ".....>..i'. .::,t""', ,. .. '', .

Veterans' club in the In the have not. {:)} )L > ; < '
park. been -, ':: .' ; :;> :, '
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George Heinz and Miss Clyde Sweat

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holiday in West Palm Beach.. 1, I II THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING .

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Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Dunaway'and I ,

children spent the wcek'end with rela . "', "* ','/.t': .
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members of the Clew ton .Junior I : : '' :
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Bridge club at her home Tuesday af- <. '". ",.!'-,.. .- .'iJ:. .,.,t:!'<'"_r-,....:. : !'.,;.LI. / .'. .. .: .. "..(.
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Arcade avenue. Refreshments consisted '', > :.' MATERIAL

of fruit punch and home-made cakeA i t'. LIGHT WEIGHTS .:< .

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Franc Howard member of the club, .

the occasion being her birthday. She .H ';L., -: '.'. :" .:' '..' .: "'.- ;.':' ,.;\ .. : .' ....., ; '.. .. ,'. ,
was presented with a string of black EVERY HAT GUARANTEED '": ''' ,;:'. .i', : ./. .

crystal beads by the hostess. .:.::-:.-:..:-:.':-.:.:-.:..: : : :-. :-:-:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-::-.:-:-:-:-:.-: : : :-:'-: '.:" }-: : .: -:-:-: :" :-:'.:-.:-,.: :'.:-:-:.

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Merchant guest towel.as winner was awarded a I HUDSON THE CLOTHIER .

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Jesse G. Allhands Dave Alston Julius

Alston Albert Backus, M. W.: Bigg,,, I
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C//7 EXECUTICE I' starring George Arliss, Is scheduled I -;, I I'I

November. Month HICH IN for Tuesday and Wednesday. "He Old Landmark of Revolutionary War Days Becomes 'I I It t

9' To Plant Shrubs charmed the ladies-mastered the .!

(Continued from page men, and overpowered all with his Charming Home When Modernized With Celotex Insulation .

i 1 ,(1 GAINESVILLE, Fla.-November Is ; wit and brilliancy," Is said of this

the month when many herbaceous': ton sugar mill was Grand Man of England, in a Love
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should be planted In Dramatic Epic of a man who became a4"I
flowering plans the Chicago official as "a I .:. <1Ysky; )
ti Florida, according to C. A. Bass, assistant and he said that tho sugar the Queen's favorite and ruled Eng S

nursery inspector of the State in the Canal Point and I land with an iron hand. dLJ"t
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Plant Board. He believes that every visions of the company is Frank Crumit, celebrated recording

home In Florida can have flowering the trip from Chicago. artist, displays his musical humor In, :ard
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i plants in bloom every month In the Leaving here Wednesday j he "Gay Cabelero"; George Le Maires

I companied by M. W. Bigg, talking comedy sensation, "At The

year.Mr.. Bass lists the plants that shouldbe again drove through the Dentist's, with a Paramount News ,. '(4 Lra !"sFr' ;.ry in.rruw '

planted now as: Verbena, Zinnia, of cane field to Moore closing an excellent program.

Asters, Snapdragon, Pansies, Sweet he boarded the train for the Dorothy Mackaill is back again with Yr tc4i

I peas, Calendula, Marquerite Carnations I Ian Keith on Sunday and Monday in
I Scarlet "The Great Divide.*' Remember her
Larkspurs, Dianthus, and AT THE NEW
; sac Silvia- Thev should be sown., in "Hard To Get' as the wise cracking -

:. in the seedbed and -later transplanted Will Rogers is both-heard sister, well she's better than ever'in

; .. 'Mr. Bass said. From this list blooms in the Fox Movietone\ I this love comedy. Assuring you of : :n,}'. ,,, ..
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entertainmentIn :
' can be had from January to July, he "They Had "To See Paris," I a complete program of ,
( believes :'I an "Audio Review" showing the j (.nl.i ,
all talking picture, which ,
He also gives a list of plants that the New latest styles of Paris in color, a Mack TWO centuries ago, back in the a $
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thinly in the seedbed Sennett, all talking, singing, comedyhit when the United States was .
.1 may be sown Theatre today. It s adapted being born of the Revolutionary war. v3YrXakACr r Ci. vu w ;I covered about a half nch deep and mer Croy's widely read "Broadway ..Blues and Para- a sturdy Colonial house was built In

not transplanted. Most of the flowers written mount News. (ashen N. Y. As the years passed
dialog was by
will bloom in late winter and early and the stately house became wcath
Sr. Supporting Rogers are :\ Bred and worn, many a legend was
spring. They are: Petunia, Cosmos, Churchill; Fifi Dorsay, a woven Into Its history.Old .

Gaillardia Marigolds, Nasturtiiims, ress; Owen Davis, Jr., late records show a transfer of the'

Phlox, Scabiosa, Sweet Sulton, Cocks- "The Barker"*; Irene Rich, land In 1728 and that the house was : .< fl .YC 5) r I
comb, Calliopsis, Candytuft, and J bull: shortly afterwards. In Revolutionary
bedeff. Rex Bell and
i I BE INSURANCE times it was used as a hotel l '
Sweet Alyssum. Frank Dorzage directed. I and In 1801 the Inauguration of Jefferson wMi:
that should be Mfe(& /5W!&: .MRat.."-.'Vfjt-fefK* ?''iix--T 'i t S **
Some of the bulbs "They Had To See Paris was celebrated there. During l? : K *i r irarra* : S
planted in November are Amaryllis, MINDEDLIFE those early days this spacious house 'r ,
Rogers first all talking liil&lit llKMlii lS: it&ttrA&ev'tfZy
with Its large room and open hearthswas S *
Gladiola, Cannas, Iris, Caladium, Tu
Fox Movietone comedy Destiny'R| the scene of many festive parties
r : berose, Easter Lilies, and Narcissi. taro to bring added honors : So. States and happy occasions.But ;tL.fyr Er { t41t'Cf r
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:'/ d Spade the soil in the seedbed to.a Borznge. .who directed it., j ACCIDENT & HEALTH like a lovely actress who has *?}*?!?. ,fcH?

'-lI depth of about 10 inches and mixIn based on Homer Croy's I j Mutual Benefit had her heyday and drifted into the
I gray solitude!! of old age and loneliness
:', plenty of good rotten compost or novel, is said to be AUTO' American I the house fell Into disuse and
i., some commercial! fertilizer, said :\11'. radical departure from stood alone and untenanted. But ,
; also that the bed Howard Conklin liked the lines of : ;3 ;
I: ; Bass. He suggested themes. Rogers as Pike FIRESTORM I the ..-.
.; be watered freely and often lick t Mass.Fire, Marine Rochester, old place and was interested in the BEFORE, DURING and AFTER MODERNIZATION. [I
Oklahoma who, after Thcso pictures show
i j I )legend which surrounded it. He found the historic old house at Ooahcn N.. Y., weathered and worn two centuries I
::1i suddenly rich, takes his : j American New Jersey. I that the general structure was still of after the it Celotex was built; the actual wcrk modernization, showing the application }I
sturdy. The location, too, was excellent cane fibre Insulation board over which the Creo-Dipt shingles I.:
Paris. is a laughing riot. He i were laid; and the charming residence all modernized and in
its new, dress.
I and made the place worth while.- !
i, STATE POPULATION OF ported by Marguerite i s v6 POWELL
And so he decided to see what could second floor from
the direct heat of I
10,000.000 IS SEEN fairly small furnace provided !
f Davis Jr., Rex Bell Irene I be dono : ample
with modernization the
making sun and the loss of heat in the heat, thus saving the cost of a larger
il 4 --- Lebedeff and the vivacious Insurance Agent City Hall Bldg tie house livable and still retaining winter. plant and additional coal.neca.u .

:1,1', (Continued from page 1)'il ) ling Fifi 'Dorsay, a French Pahokcc. Fla. i something of its early and interesting Further Insulation was Insured
by
iI identity. Celotex e of the historic! value of the
: When the socially I sheathing was applied using Celotex lath as a plaster base house and its fine appearance when

i 4, sured but added that abundant) trans- Pike Peters springs a valet siding directly and then over covered the old with clap board throughout the house. A modern heat. modernized, it is now being used by
I IPROT"RCT shingles. ing plant was added although the four
the
New
'! portation facilities is a big need here. husband, Pike Peters, in : The old shingles of the roof were covered original fireplaces and mantel York State Federation of }
I were Women's Olubs. It Is also used In
::1 Concerning the sugar and farming To See Paris,'* Fox \ with more of this cane fibre Insu- restored and made ready for use. Be- educational campaign to teach an ,i
women
II H activities in the, northern Everglades talking comedy drama lating thus board and then re-ehingled, cause of the complete insulation of to recognize the value of good con..
protecting
the
s p' rooms of the the house, Mr. Conklin found
ftilJ ; the Indiana senator said that both Rogers as Pike, he rebels. He that a struction.

'J' I[ "exceeded his fondest expectations.:* want a dress suit and he YOUR -..- "-

J'l' "A high protective tariff is they toerate a dresser. |, EYES ........."-

: greatest need in this country the "I aint' got. hut one thing

'}; visitor said. "The sugar cane is marvelous world to do, dress myself, l- L
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I Clewiston to see the great sugar help me do it," complains possessions.MOORE'S : ,

I I mill.** "They Had To See Paris"* .. 1 '. ;" .:;:: .;,' -.;:. :<. ,>.. :: i:; <.\::",:,:. ,::, >:\1 l'" ?:.:i";, j, :::;A' < ':'/ "';.:; :!? ';::'. ,:': .).:' 1

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Palm Beach, Fla. ... .
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TRADE\VITI-ITHEi'vI Clewiston Folks WHERE YOUR DOLLARS .


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HAROLD LLOYD'S FIRST ALL needless wast of time. When making smoked or blackened ceiling or wall last ten days of this October as com i I times, it will often be possible ,to detcrzilne to the child that it do the right thing
THE it is to may be cleaned by means of a cloth pared with 24,539 for the
TALKING COMEDY AT sauce however, necessary re ; corresponding : the things that each child is rather than that it do not the wrong

PUBLIX-KETTLER_ FOR move seed pods, and a 100 to 12-minute wrung out of a strong solution of period of 1928. interested In, and help to direct thing should be the case more often.

ALL WEEK RUN gentle boiling gives a tender prod- baking soda and water. If the stainIs II J I I them Into the right vocations in later I

uct. Sweeten to taste, and allow sauceto not all removed dissolve gum shellac life. The question of finding the right II I

Lloyd Twists Melodrama To Make come again to boiling point In order in. alcohol to he consistency of ,RURAL COMMON SENSE I kind of life work is often a very 1 I ._

Uproarious Fun. fo rsugar to be completely dissolved milk or cream and with It cover the I r troublesome one cinfronting a boy or !

1 sooty parts. Paint or whitewash over By Spuds JohnsonI :girl Just entering young mashood-or I i nIf'Q.. .r
Taking melodramatic premise and The roselle makes a beautiful"sparlt1ing the shellac. The black will not show
a imagine that i if many of us will I young womanhood, and observant parents

turning It into humor is no new trick red jelly of a very tender through.To refer to our own experiences duringour I can often be a great help. ... N t .
for Harold Lloyd. Yet never before texture. The jellying point seems to I Clean CalcimIned Walls.-Rub S'
I younger days, we will agree that j Parents should make a point of interesting
has he done it with the finesse he ex be easily lost by ovcr-cooldug and II j on corn mea with a coarse cloth or children are ail-too..often not allowed the child In occupations that

hibits In his latest picture "Welcome I the jelly must therefore be removed moisten a softe cloth or sponge in I! to have some time of their o\vn-to I j suit his age ond experience, rather I. '

Danger"* at the Kettler Theatre West. j promptly from the first when the : aqua ammonia and rub spots very work or play as they see fit and undisturbed .I I than watching every move for fear he I XlllIILL'S. T. epbon.a flU JI
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Palm Beach; all week starting Saturday j I jellying point has. been reached. It is' lightly.New. ? If it is not ,always "John will do something wrong. Suggesting I, v

November 16th. I I[ very necessary, also, that the calycesbe nie, do this" or "Mary, go get that,' .I West Pam Beach Lady Attendant

"Welcome Danger"* relates a story, picked as soon as they are full just as the child gets settled down I I .-

that with but a few twists could have I[grown, in order to get full benefit of Chevrolet Sales to doing something in which it is interested Ed Venor Bill Ve/ or

been developed into a thriller of the I flavor and jellying property, as well Record Established the child will be more willing SCIENTIFIC SHOE RE-BUILDINC

first water. Lloyd retains the thrill as to extend the roselle season from I to help when the play hour is

elements, the mystery and the. romance I:November to well into February, pro-, DETROIT Nov II.-All October over I REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT I

of the drama, but adds laugh vided of course, there are no frosts. I production records in the history of .- Children appreciate having time I Mail your shoes to us and we will mail them back.

after laugh to the story by little I A delicious fruit drink may be made I the Chevrolet Motor Company: were when there are no lessons to do, no (i 437 Datura Street Opp Post Office West Palm Beach. Fla..

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twists of his own. I from roselle juice, especially when broken last month with an output of errands to run, and nobody to nag at
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"Welcome Danger" relates the experiences used with any of the effervescing wat- j 85,915 cars and trucks, it was announced them. The boys and girls should havea :.N:: ; ; : :N: : : : : : : : : :-: :-: : : :-: : :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: : :-: :-:-: :-:-: :-: : : : : : : .:.

of a boy whose avocation i ers. In California roselle is .called the i at the central offices here definite amount of time each day

is botany, and who suddenly finds lemonade bush." today. I as their own, which the older people )j) TRUTHFUL TRANSACTIONS .1

himself a detective in underground Compared with the output of 65,052 should respect as much as the children .
!
Chinatown trying to outwit wily China units for October of last year, the are required to respect the timeof &
of LITTLE HOUSEHOLD JOBS :: To know diamonds, know jeweler. :!:'
men who have baffled the police I 1929 October manufacturing volume the grown-ups. your your ,.

San Francisco. Lloyd portrays the shows a gain of more than 20,000 I If parents will observe the actios Buy with confidence firm !
I Drawers That Stick from a you can trust. ::
son of a famous Golden Gate police I I
during
units. It indicates an increase of more and inclinations of the children
Now is the time to remedy the bureau I
officer who passes on, assumng he than 900 cars and trucks a day this free time as well as at other
over :
he has left the world a legacy in the I quite drawer dry when that returned sticks. to If its it is place not' ':i the showing for the correspondingmonth I ii! '. ii: ;.h:: I

form of a great law-enforcing son. of a year ago. I :; ::: : ::7 >: '
will discover
Harold prefers toying with flowers to { you the spot that in i iI ( Chevrolet's record October performance FOR SALE-Safes. Store and Office ;. < /
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swinging blackjacks and _guns, but I I damp weather Is likely to swell and brings output up to 1,275,778 equipment New and used. : s.l, ;,, "

him when for his assistance father's ,old he readily friends assents call on I make yellow trouble.soap Take, moisten a' piece it, and of common rub- ,I units as of November first. This is TUXBURY 117 N. Poinsettia 1\! YL./ '." ;.iV;,: ,' <' : '
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than Chevrolet has
more cars ever
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with results that are highly: humorous freely the parts which are too tight. West Palm Beach I: ::1
(
I built in an entire year and is nearly .
Also
tor the audience. where soap It under slides.the Or part apply of the a tallow drawer i five times thenumber of any other 6TP L C. MARTIN .
Integral on the same program with
six built in entire
cylinder
car an
candle. Or rub the parts freely with' :: *
this fast moving comedy is an interesting I ; JEWELER

story of life in Spain, portrayedboth bacon rind. But the soap Is likely toI I year.Due to the continued high demand, i +:!: 211 1 Clematis St. Well; Palm. Beach. ..,
AWNINGSHOPPE
In sight and sound! and all but effect the more permanent cure. i Chevrolet plants are working on the THE "FAIR" :!: HEADQUARTERS FOR :?

takes us to the physical scenes .of Have Downy Quilts '!' biggest November schedule on record.An i ::: Cruen, Traub .:;:
the With use an eiderdown quilt becomes Oldest established Store in Weft Beeach.
is Jewelry t.Falm'
subject. This unusual picture indication of the volume of business I After :: :: _
Quality Remembered Long

titled ""Spain from Barcelona to Valencia I its elasticity.compacted Take together it out and of doors.loses' that Chevrolet Is doing nationally I : Price Is ForgottenNo I.,..;.....................................,....................................'............,.........-....-........-...................,..../..."............,.?.....'................,--'......... ..........................
and reviews number of I ---- -- --------- ----- -
a : is seen in the report for the last Lakeview v.... ._.MIV' _...... =:nI --
Spanish places.As shake and brush it, and expose it to 10 Lakeview Arcade,
I ten days of October which shows again '
sunshine for several hours. Spread it i Avenue
i ion
usual both Paramount and Pathe of19 per cent over the corresponding i Make The .
Sound News will be seen and heard the lawn and work over It with period of last year. The fig- I <'.'. Phone 2-0229 I
throughout the week the former a stiff whisk broom to lossen the West Palm Beach, FloridaPAXTONS
; ap- for the period 36,640 for the I
ures are

while pearing Saturday through Tuesday, nap.stored Thus and it its will easticity again feel may soft be and re .1 POI IN SET TI! A ,.:..: HOTEL{}
the latter wil onVednes.
day. downy. r '":&.:... "---"""" """' -rr. :...l ......-"" = ._I.._.>.= -.!

To Clean' MattressesStain"s i.I i..\' -? \ -I II I II I Your IIomeVhilc InVest. Palm Beach
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j on mattresses may be removed j t.
/ Pleases U To Please You"EARLE
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HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESTHE .
j; by covering them with dry j () INC. .. j ..:
.i laundry starch and moistening this I See us for the best grade. of II I R CRESS VELL.-Haager .&.
FLORIDA CRANBERRY '
j i with enough soap or jelly (made
soap
j western seed with high
1 I by melting scraps of hard soap in i, grown gerll Formerly Fenders Ii I L.- COR. := DIXUE HIGHWAY

Roselle "jellyokra, is an annual about their own bulk of boiling water mination: at the lowest market i **-" --nx u ao ,, _
that has been I' I .
tested to
sufficiently II
indicate its value and to warrant': ) to form a thin paste which will esWe J are prepared to fill all 01"i j i "Qu-1ity neverQuestioned" I -:-..-:-..-:..-:..-..-:.-.-:..:.-.:..:.-.:--.:..:-:-..:-..:-:.-.:.-.:.-.:.-.:.-.:-.-.;.. -:..:..:-:-..-:..:.-.. ..i-:..-.:-}-.=-..=..-:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:'-:" :--:'.:** ,
dry on, but not soak through into the
more extended cultivation In the:I mattress. Let dry and brush off witha I I ders the day they arc received. If I :: YOUR EYES ARE YOUR MOST VAtU- ::$;:
warmer sections of Florida. The .
stiff whisk broom. Repeat if neces
plant Is a vigorous grower and bears you arc an out of town customer, I 1 ABLE POSSESSIONS t
abundantly. The stems reddishin sary. Afterwards sponge with ammonia I 222 Clematis StreetA :: :
are
and water. ''I give order to of the Trans .
color and branch profusely. The'| your any i .;. Protect them from STRAIN and CLARE _with TILLYER CRUX- *

blosso mfades within one day and i j i CARE OF WALLS portation Lines and they will bring S I ::: ITE Lenses :1C: -
I I : f
) the calyces, which are the edible portion -j To Remove Grease from Wall Pa complete line of ::: :::
the, seed the return trip. Our Accurate to the edge. ...
are ready for picking aboct per.-To remove grease and oil stains j you on i ; very
+ +
three weeks after the bloom appears. [ from wall paper, fold a piece of blotting Ij I motto is SERVICE AND QUA LADIES AND MENS

These are open pods, much smaller paper and in the fold spread I ; MOO&E" TO SEE NORE '' -,

than the ordinary: okra bright red in. pipe clay or French chalk. Stitch or j LITY.

color and containing a very pleasingand pin the edges together to keep the I FINE SHOES
rtr 9
refreshing acid. In fact chemical J, chalk from falling out. Lay this over I I .

analysis shows the roselle to be very )j I the grease spot and apply a hot iron I : OUR PRICES Ii I
I THE SEED STOREH.
similar in composition to the cran- : taking care not to scorch the paper. tOPTOMETRISTSOPTICIANS
i
berry, the most important difference Change the blotter paper occasionallyand II D. Derrick; Seedman $5.00 and $6.00

being that the cranberry contains ;: if necessary repeat with a fresh 912-910 !
: Belvedere Road ,
benzoic acid and the roselle does not. I
I iron.Or WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
The roselle practically takes the place I I make a thick paste or powdered I Visit our store while in "'"

"Of the cranberry and a few bushes of pipe clay or French chalk and applyit I ( PHONES I r

tills ornamental and useful plant to the spot with a brush. Let it re- I Residence 2.2027 Business 2-2560 West Palm Beach
:: 222 1..2 Clematis Sf. West Palm Beach :t tr tt
main until dry. Then brush off and I
"blit'uld be found growing in every ;, I .

South Florida garden for making jelly. j I i J repeat If necessary. j I, I .:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:_:..:..:_:..: :..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..;..: :..:..:..:..: .:.,:..: :..:..:...:..: :..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:-:_ b

jam, and "ade." I I To Renovate Blackened_Walls.-A j __ I -.-- .:...t..:.......,......:...........'_.t.. .._.............t...t................._..........._.............t_.t_'........._.'_.._: ......_:-.:..:..:_:_:_: :_:..:..:_:.:.: :-:.
Many consider the jelly equal to :. ..
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that of guava or currant. Labeled asI

"Queensland Jelly" t is shipped from i:I At l Your Service WE THANK, YOU i i;. ANTHONYS INC.

Australia to all parts of Europe. II I I J .

In Hawaii, where considerable experimental I HALSEY & GRIFFITHInc. For your past busr I :: WEST P PALM BEACH :

work has been done with I WHEN IN THE
We will
the roselle, jellies made from the ness. appre !

calyces and from the whole fruit ciate your business in I I PALM BEACHES MAKE THIS STORE YOURHEADQUARTERS.' f
for taste consis : tl. .
were compared and .
the future. -
STATIONERSONE
tency. It was impossible to detect any :!: :
i :;>'.:.
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difference and since the separation of OF THE MOST COMPLETE EAST COAST make our station :your headquarters, .?. ,..
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calyces and seed pod is a rather tediOQS .T.. .=.
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STORES OF ITS conveniently located down town. ,I. : .
the operation *!* '
process seems a
MOTORS Inc. ;:" *; j:
KIND IN FLORIDA.DEPARTMENTS. .i:; .''>. ., EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR *

FOR TRUCKS AND CARS S.Dixie. at OkeechobeeWest GASOLINE BATTERIESOIL .:*!: FLORSHEIM SHOES t...
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ARE ASSURED BY Palm BeachDistributors ,- BRAKES :- ; .
Commercial Stationery \ $10 to $12.50WORK !
:: ., : ... :
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for :
.
Office Furniture Safes. Files TIRES GREASINGTire .: .'
6
Social, StationeryBoofe
BUICKMARQUETTE Repairing! Road Service
fiction and serious : SHOES LEATHER BOOTS t.

Cift and Bridge Shop ALL UNDER ONE ROOF :;: RUBBER BOOTS "*

Childrcns Cames

Pictures and Picture Framing.In andGOOD :. $5 to $12.50 1
SpLD AND SERVICED BY FIRESTONESERVICE :.

fact a real stationery store err USED
.:. .- :-' .
joying the confidence of the general CARSEasiest STORESInc. I :!: -:'.' WOMEN'S STYLISH FOOTWEAR t

public. ::: $6 to $15 t

of terms-Your old car i :: r' .
Phone 5171 ; .
as cash. II Phones 7272 & 7250 +
:: ::: SERVICE
QUALITY PLUS :t
-
313 15 17 Datura St. "Ask anyone who has purchaseda I Cor. 1st. & Dixie Highway .

312-314 First St. new or used car from East =::= ORDER BY MAIL ;: 1
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West Palm Beach Fla. ... -:.
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West Pam Beach Coast Motors .. .
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