<%BANNER%>
The Clewiston news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00244
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00244
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clewiston progress

Full Text
l


,I I 1r



,.,
I
-
-


". "

:: .d II IIk Ii



'k '' J 'The Center Sugar of America Bowl 'New The Clewiston 1 News ,' .I Where Industry Meet And Agriculture : S Sf I':J'






f ,, (A VOLUME-N 0. 51! CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY; ,'DECEMBER 13, 1929 PRICE 5 CENTS s,

i : it j






J.ST1\GE t III'{I ; SET.-FORAIRCADE: : Ii IiI I





'
I '- '- ---------- '
Ii i


Duff Teefced FIFTEEN PLANES iI1

ifi- Legion

Commander AND BLIMP Will 1,1




I. ;: BRISK CONTEST IJEANNE DURAND I C,' :' One Of The "Aircaders" "_ I PLANS FOR BIG I BE IN -AIR HERE ,,:;'


.
Will DROP FROM MOTORCADE TOMlflPm East and West Coasts l

L MARKS ANNUALPOSTELECTION
And
I + a.' S Central SectionOf a 1


' t 1/1/!, .' : PLANE IN TOWN j ARE MADE State To Be Repre- 11


. .ijft ''':, '' "i ....j\ ... :.IWx.. ........,m.. ,...,.. ,.:.. ,... /.J '.' I sented In Aircade.

Foremost Woman Para- 'ttt.,".', J y }1 n:it?r [i\':,>'':0,.?.." ff...;.,}, Yi<>:' j i. .%\'".%.fu... :f ,:t11]W i{<'tar-::ti f Ga\<;\i8: \ 3 j:]bow.. '. .*: I I I I II
:? < '
; %: *: '* > \h : r t' <( 'tt _. :: Clewistonites Will Be Plans! are now complete and the 'I'II
Legionnaires Informed chute Jumper Will @ {[;: fiit 0 t ... ;t(, : I '
lt :< ><;<> ::: ":;:% <' ,': < % ? ;':':(
Wir-" "i' : : : : $ : \: / stage set for America's first aircado
: .. : : <'<>:: 4r.: t k.; .f. <<:;'i f:: <:L....:... f..tt Guests Of MiamiOfficials. I[
!i ThaT Santa Claus IsMaking r#1.1 ttA.: : >. ;: \.t.. ., ; ::f" ..r I '
: I fr Thrill Clewiston.Miss nra.aa:: ;:; :: : :;:::' : : >:$ .x:<$]"::r.w .l.Y '' :'f from Clewiston to Miami on next Monday n
ir-lft t. ....: p'"j: ; < : i ih iv.
' : I Plants To VISit } ,.t,. ., .<< '......"":.::".''', .:":: .<,(: "..'.,...."...... .'.. ".'' : I when, according to the list of \!
Jeanne Duraud Internationally : ::>. ; ..{.:; .. ..',: '':>" ::':"' : ..ft: : I acceptances, there will be than
; \ : : more
iS7 : :
Clewiston. : : .
f. .,.. : :.. ..... I I
I.!i ( } know girl parachute jumper will 1''It."\. .,.: .':#..' g.: .,., .,. "..'" ,;",... : j "' .'%, ,"",.>,:II While plans were going forward for !i fifteen planes in formation in ,,addition I
-- "" .. .w. v .'.,. -:':" % > I
:
I : : '>> .'u t. ,. : ,.. : ..... : I
.
/ to'
z
be the visiting aviator sto < < ) America's first aircade from here to the from Miami
among AAair.,'>" '. .... ... 7." ->> <<< 'ifg X',;<- : Goodyear Blimp II
: ,
r ti III Definite assurance that Santa Claus ,. :;,: ..: ..?:( ::::: ..,"" : ,: ", 1r.::.r:: <;:":> '.V:::>'ii>:::: .t"V> *;i:>.. % :$;>:: J thrill Clewiston crowds at the muni : ti : / .: : a'/r l.. :la'k *# I Miami next Monday a large delegationof in formation. I
I ry.r < t MWWf tltM N
':- f
will visit Clewiston kiddies in person >'\\C.itr'% f.t-, .'..<..1;... ;. _,- /:r.rr: .r- : ;" *....,
; :r(\:.Z=: w:3::: ) I
;
m'itBJfi
/1 >
y ;
cipal airport next Sunday afternoon, lryy, Ift Clewistonites planning to make the Local preparations Including in-
>>Wk., \, :::': :?: <"-..., :;: W&w ; r--.:..,CS:'>) :EI : I
at the :
this given regular ::< 'r.
was J :; J W- -o-w
I year : <-1 r." : > < g'
:, i :, when in connection with the aircade ;.f.W 'k' 1H.fZ$ ;.h-::." y' $4 f .Af&1% $ 1t>> .m' wJ'I trip as Clewiston's first motorcadeare spection of the municipal airport, arrangements I
:. meeting of the American ,Legion Tuesday l'm.%, ......y w. $:....r:).:: }_ ''.: + &: ";;>" : -,>>...::i. ,. : 1 I
she will afternoon from the
jump Sunday W. v.. Mi.t.&iNJ.2IAWM'::: : making final preparations to get for aviation banquetat
..
: : night when it was brought out w% ,#,i7N... ,: t /<: W1M1f: ,
the planeof Lieutenant Rawson, several :-,:,\ ;s. i""* r': $" "': aw.J:::4 r+ Z:1.: 1; 1&J.;a: w.w : .
: > I I
1 >!/ that Santa Claus had notified B. G. the .<,,=*">w.9" .: q''y'.*, _.i ",=' .1> ,<::" li.:.fYa<'.'....#_..*',..,. ,. ,.@,., <>,>-: :;:>::IM
thousand feet above airport. I-M' 1 announced by Mrs.Frank l\L. Wrightof accomodations for the visiting airmen t
i : Dahlberg, president of the Southern
>: ". Miss Durand who holds the 'altitude the Parent-Teacher association who I have already been arranged. t
k -" Sugar company in Chicago, who In Piloting a Ford tri-motor monoplane, Harry Hublitz, Florida manager of
.
1 record for women for parachute is organizing the motorcade.' II I The first of the visiting fliers will I
; : turn advised the Clewiston legionnaires the Skyview Lines will join America's first aircade ,from Clewiston to Miami
i jumps is acknowledged as one of' the According to the arrive Sunday afternoon and before J
present plans mo-
.: and the Clewiston Woman's next Monday. The ship which will be the biggest heavier than air ma-
. i most spectacular jumpers 'in the country torcadors will meet south of the Wat- 'I sunset it is probable that 18 or 20( !I
\ chine in the formation will arrive Sunday and Mr. Hublitz! to
encourageair
I I. t
club.That and a record crowd. is expected to anabe hotel at eight o'clock Monday planes will have settled on the mUl1 -
: a fitting background of a gay-' travel has arranged a round trip fare from here to Miami and returnIn !
be at the municipal airport here when morning and proceed to Belle Glade cipa airport, while the type of planes
I ly decorated Christmas tree might be the tri-motor for $31 per person. T he offer Is limited to the first ten
she and Lieutenant Rawson of St. where will dele- will range from neat little Wacos to l
they be joined by a
f provided a committee was appointed I persons to sign. ,>
.
i Petersburg take off for their stunts gation from that community.A Slkorskys and Ford Tri-motors and I
-by Captain F. Deane Duff, American
and jump. officials of the Roosevelt Flying service I
Legion commander, to get theneces- ; communication received yesterday -
Although Clewiston has seen para- in West Palm Beach are now
,sary amount. On the committee are LONG DISTANCEPHONE CELOTEX SHOWS from W. T. Eller, secretary of the f
chute jumpers here during, the past, trying to complete arrangements to
i ; R. Alston, Victor Blate, Fred Pur- Fort Lauderdale chamber of commerce -
i ; iJ Miss Durand's work according to past I send a Loenlug "amphibian.
year, Ed Butler and Barney Thomas.At SERVICE $1,437,000 AS stated that a delegation will
performanes will be 'a revelation to After spending the night at the
the election of officers Captain .. welcome the Clewistonites to that
: those present.In Clcwi&ton Inn the aircaders twill take
; I Duff was reelected commander over city and 'a half hour tour of the new /
a wire received here' yesterday BY DECEfdBER .20 YEARS COME oft at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning
''> : Wilber D. Cole, Captain Duff getting Port Everglades is proposed.
,: ,. Miss Durand said: I for \Vest Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale -
13 of the 22 votes cast and Mr. Cole With
the exception of luncheonto
"
a
: "j .
-.
Luck short to be
":' "Flying to aircade:. in Good <7 and Miami stops

." ::'t- .;..I. .. ship. Leiutenant Rawson will drop me !.New" Phones Being\Connected Co m arm tive Statement I, be given to visiting officials at made at the interfediate points.

) the contest for vice commander ; t. I attendant
In the ceremonies
noon
\, Sunday afternoon stop Glad to be ; Good Service Shows Big>1 Increase upon I Twenty miles north of Miami the .
elected with I,
William Cecil Owen
; was Everglades Day will not be held until -
aircaders will be aerial es-
present.. met by an
votes, Cecil V. Parkinson 6 and .: ContInL1eSClewiston F, Over 1928 Sales. 1,
oj ten '. ;I the evening when prominent men 1 i i cort and led to the immiciapl field in

,......Carl ,Berner;: 6. Wilber Cole is tho re- .; "l' ... L, -.1* _-, .-, **. of the Everglades will be included I Miami.

tiring vice commander. In the'race-for Rains Prevent Trip telephone subscribers will! More\ than 300,000,000 feet of Celo- among .the' speaker at-the citjr'band ," -'Additional acceptances from state

.. "rh.. adjutant Dick C. Miller won over ,o f Fort Lauderdale have long distance telephone service tex was manufactured and shipped shell park on the "'waterfront. I I aviators are being received daily and

r Fred Puryear, Mr. Miller polling 15 Plane to ClewistonHeavy from their homes by December 20, it last year, according to the prelimi- Clewiston residents who plan to I I everp indication points to the fact

k 7. The retiring was announced here yesterday by
votes and Mr. Puryear nary comparative statement of ope-
the week end in Miami and
F spend that it will be one of the most}Impressive -
adjutant of the local post is G. Captain F. Deane Duff, general manager rations recently released by B. G.
Ever-
rains on the east coast join their fellow townsmen for celebrations in the history of
Lawton Sims now in Canal Point. S. who said that negotiations with Dahlberg, president of the Celotex
asked to meet
'I Wednesday afternoon resulted in the I glades day Monday are Clewiston.
R Connell was nomed chaplain with telephone companies on the east and and the Southern Sugar
visitto company at the free parking station S. E
cancellation of a proposed air I on Cities on both the east and west
19 Frank Richmann's three west coasts are now nearing comple the fiscal end-
votes over Clewiston by W. T. Eller, secretaryof company. During year Second street.Leaders coasts from Clearwater to Miami will

/ and J. E. Beardsley was unanimously the Fort Lauderdale chamber of i tion. ing October 1929 there were 332,006480 ,- be represented by planes. Among the

reelected historian. Although it was originally plannedto square feet of Celotex shipped
commerce and city officials. first to announce his intention of
% The contest for sergeantatarmsended I have long distance service launched
total
against the during the previous
Sewardof
Ryan brougham "The City of Fort In Florida joining the aircade was Bill

'. in a tie when Barney Thomas Lauderdale" has established its winter simultaneously with inauguration of year of ,257,409,265, square' feet. Arcadia who with his sister will

1, '. and Ed Butltr each polled eleven I headquarters) at that east coast local service negotiations with the Operating profit before depreciation Endorse Seal Sale fly a-i Eaglerock. Clearwater will be 1

The matter settled by the I 1 phone companies on the east and west ,
votes. was
showed 2555.470 against $2,658-
city having been flow there from For Xmas Packages represented by C. M. Ware and from I II
"* who decided to elect I coasts were still under when) the
Legionnaires way 320 1929 for
for against 69237.91 i
. i ,. Kenosha, Wise., by Al Padags, pilot. as I St. Petersburg the delegation will include -
both to the office. local service was ready for operationand 1928.
'i men
1 ', The purpose of the air trip here "No Further commendation of the Bob C. Smalley; executive sec-
Financial report showed the local it was' decided by the telephone l
After having deducted for depreciation Association
I Aeronautic

to com- the Florida
Wednesday afternoon was the retary of
health work made possible by
r: post to be in healthy, financial condition I plete arrangements for Fort Lauderdale's company officials to give local peoplethe of plant and equipment, interest Christmas Seal Is need for any of It:!" and manager of the FloridaAll
in the treasury benefit of the use of the local
there being $196
' participation in America's first charges including amortization of discount Hall. Christmas Seal State aerial tour to be held from
said Alice E.
]r1 11 and no outstanding debts. aircade and to personally invite the phones. I and expenses of' funded dbet j Chairman for Hendry County,. "than St. Petersburb Captain Herb ReitzPlease

'" On an auditing committee named to aircaders the Phone service during the second I and provision for federal income tax: I 6)
from Clewiston to visit received by the. ( turn to page
J audit the books of the retiring adjutant Fort Lauderdale municipal ariport. week of operations continued to be the operations of the Celotex incomefor the endorsements orI I I
'
Association
: : V. Park- smoot although the number of calls Florida Public Health
; F. M. Wright, C.
were Arrangements were later made by the year 1929 showed a net ope- WANTS EARLY MAIL
I ;: : that given by the Governor of the
increased considerably as Clewistonites -
I 'k :;v. inson, L. H. Crowe.HOODOO rating income of $1,783,084 against

1: d.:- ,.'. .'.'..<" '. phone. became accustomed to having 51,380,662.07 for 192S and dealers rebates State in officially proclaiming the pe- Urgent request to mail Christmas
and
riod between Thanksgiving Day
tl .. ', STALKS TODAY S. F. Adams, well known in Clew phones in their homes. and reduction in Celotex price An- cards and packages early to relieve
Christmas for the Twenty-second
i .\; .'.'. : If your car doesn't start immediately iston for the past few years as a car- For the past several years there was deducted the operations showeda nual Sale of Christmas Seals." the overworked post office employeeswas
; hase been extension
and then when it does you get to penter died here last Saturday of intestinal only a battery net income for tho year of 1,437- \ made this week by R. Y. Patter
: '. Bet for interoffice communication in Among others in the vanguard sup-
)
398.41 for 1929 while the net incomefor Clewis-
,' the corner to have the steering wheel onstruction. He had been operated son postmaster who said that
addition to four long distance phones. porting the Christmas Seal Sale are
snap, the rear lire blow out and the on several weeks ago. During 1928 amounted to $1,380,662.07. touites may bring a package of Christ
Several new phones have been,, connected Mrs. M. L. Stanley, President, Florida
gas tank explode, think nothing of it. his illness he was constantly attended mas cards to the post office and that
during the past week and more Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs.A. .
If when you get to the office there by his sister Mrs. J. C. Lunig of Palm Beach County these will be held for delivery until
are expected to be connected in the F. Fanger, President, Florida
( are your creditors waiting for you, Tallahassee and on his death the immediately before the holiday.
next few days, willie work on the telephone Women Are GuestsOf Branch National Congress of Parents .
r and you are interrupted in stalling body was taken to Leesburg for in- There will be no delivery on Christmas
directory is progressing and Clewiston Club and Teachers; Mrs. John Leonardy,
'II '. them to answer the phone and learn terment. Mr. Adams was a member of day and the postoffice will not
the first issues will be off the pressin President, Daughters of American
ti that your house has burned to the the carpenters local in Fort Myers.Dr. be open although special delivery mail
'
the near future. Members of the Palm Beach coun- Revolution.
that will be handled on the holiday.
discover
Ii I l I s.' ground and then your

insurance policy has elapsed, consider F. L. Tatom started yesterday ty Federation of Woman clubs were --

it the. Fates for today is Friday picking beans on his five acre farm guests of the Clewiston Woman's

tl ,, ., t' the Thirteenth. at Miami Locks. Celotex Official club Tuesday following a trip through FIRST SANTA LETTERS FROM LOCAL I II .

f I: Praises Work DoneIn the northern Everglades when the I

j women were guests of the Canal HERE THIS WEEK ,
MAILED
BeautificationHigh KIDDIES
'
"

r ENTHUSIASM HIGH AS GOLF TOURNEY Point, Pahokee and Belle Glade clubsat I __

: manner in in Pahokee. J
praise for the a meeting -- ;

SPONSORED BY BLATE GETS STARTED which the beautification plan is being Following the meeting the women First letters to Santa Claus care of large score, race games, the daredevil I
::1 i. truck,
carried out in Clewiston and amaze- proceeded to Clewiston via Belle Glade the Clewistou News were receivedthis flyers, Outstanding Hit, Dump

: ,.'r'.,-.:" ,', -. ment at the progress made at the 4- and the visitors were enthusiasticover week in answer to Santa's pub The dancing fools. Limping Lizzie, !

I:1 the of the sugar lished request that all Christmas let- tiukertoy' coaster wagon, and our big !
f f ', ; Enthusiasm is high among local Blate stated. 000 ton a day sugar mill and in the appearance
;, ; kiddies be sent to him Buss steam chovel, cannon, value
local
"" The lineup with the respective cane fields was expressed here cane fields and, the Clewiston factoryo ters from
; .,. golfers who have turned in their candy. ;
Chocolate
, ;. .. Xmas special box of
handicaps ot all entries for first Wednesday by T. F. Kearns, comp the Southern Sugar company care of the News.
i : : scores for the qualifying round of thehandicap mail Signed Eugene Morris. : I
; conductedby The first batch of Christmas
: I : round matches is as follows: troller for the Celotex company of through which they were .

i :T.1.':" golf tourney, been assigned I Trublood, 88 and Kelly 67; Mrs. W. Chicago and director in the Southern company officials. for Santa from the northern Ever -

'. '.:' ..' their handicap and are now ready for C. Hooker, bye; Boncile Stone 88 and Sugar company who spent several Following the trip through the glades is as follows:. Dear Santa Claus: I

.; -\ the first ,round matches,' Victor Blate Art Lawrence 112; Charley Miner 79 days here and at Canal Point Inspect- Clewiston mill the motorcade of vIsit- Dear Santa: I want a electric train and a coast- I I

Ii I ; Shoe ing Southern Sugar proper- ing and local club women stopped atthe Please send me air mail and check. er wagon. Please bring it to me.
of Blate Brothers, sponsors of the bye; Tom Shelley, 62 and Jimmy company Morris

, i 1 tourney stated today. smith, 71; Dave Alston 75, bye; Dr. ties in Florida. beautiful home of Mrs. G. M. er games and Tiddledy Winks and Signed Hubert

I Wednesday Dec. 18th, is the closing J. C. Nowling 70 and Roy Simpson 72: "I am very pleased to see the beau Houze on the ridge when tea was tenpins, Hoop-a-loop, all perfectly --4
automatic train. No. 1
marbles
r' date set by Mr. Blate for the first Paul Deane 67, bye; George Krosl- tification program being consistently served. round Dear Santa:

I I '. round and mall games must be played I meyer 96 and Neil Stewart 96; Plun- followed and its effects are more noticeable Mrs. Houze was assisted in receiving Trumodel the largest selling shooting Pleas bring me a great big ball anda

, I I by that date and scores turned in. kett 76 bye; Louis Morgan 65 and on every visit to Clewiston.. by Mrs. T. V. Watson, Mrs. W. game, banks of America to date, air doll buggy to ride my dollie In and

. I The schedule of first round matches Louise Waldron; Crews, bye; Elbert Words are virtually inadequate to describe T. Marfield and Mrs. P. A. Poche. Mrs plane carrying ocean liner. some candy and fruit and some nuts,

i' ; ":" ;. has been arranged and posted. The Stewart and Dr. Ezell, 95; Jewel the progress made by the sug- W. ,C. Hanson and Mrs. F. Deaae Saxaphones, palace set, play farm and Santa I have got a nickel I am

:: -. 98 Wiliamson 66 and both In the fields and, at Duff poured. tractor a Boy stocking gift set, a arrow -
: entrants who drew a bye will not turn Lowe bye; ar company f tU-n-to p.);' 4)
f 27 cents (Please .
card ,
set, Big games ,
in scores for the first round, Mr. Hooker: Mrs. J. C. Nowling 76, bye. the milT' (Please turn to Page 6) '.

.


\


,
I ,
I

-



'
.. : ; '
>
-. ,
,
-. '- :
-
1' .
< ; ." -- .- .-- ,' :(
1


1 .




PTJ; TV.O CLEV/ISTON NEWS, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA rUDAY: DECEMBER 13, 1929
v -- .

The Clewiston News and the next states that they are in rout.i somewhere else. I II ,

Successor to The Clewiston Progress "


Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office at Where the oln fashioned girl was all bdstlc, the modern girl i is MUSCLE..

Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879.
CROW BROTHERS ,
.
LOUIS A. MORGAN ......................... Publisher 1
If the new Mexican President Is wise, he'll take out TERM:; insurance.

TOM SMITH Editor CONTRACTORS : I

s
Subscription Rates PLEASE STAND BY
1 ,..

By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida Little Bo-Peep has lost some sleep 'III.- '' co Clewiston Fla.

One $2.50 One year $2.00 'r
year ;
Tuning and trying to find them, ;
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00

Three months' 1.25 Three months -75 But they'll come in, with plenty of din,'

-
---NEWS' PLATFORM, And a crash of static behind them.

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation.

2. Early completion of the hlgrways for local transportation and concen-
And speaking of radio programs, f if you'll tune in on WDAE, Tampa, some
tration of products. '
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and Friday evening at 8:45 you'll have a ring side seat for the STATE PRESS, .. ,-' CLEWISTON CAFETHE

other products of this region to the northern markets. SCRAP BOOK, a unique feature sponsored by the Florida Clipping Service.

4. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing association for both, 'u_ _.____. ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN GREATER

buying and selling purposes. CLEWISTON .. ,

FRIDAY, DECEMBER .13- 1929 By The Way Have You Heard ? '. FROM- 5. A. M. TO 1 A. M. A

,
We serve only the best the market affords

THE AIRCADE The regular montly meeting of the Henry Storey, Vesta Allen, Roberta
REGULAR DINNERS-SHORT
Clewiston Woman's Club will be held George, Gratney George, Jewell Lowe I ORDERS

Saturday Dec. 14. Instead of Friday Neil Stewart, J. R. Ezelle, Cy Patterson ;
Clewiston, high on the list of more prominent places in Florida because of OYSTERS A SPECIALTY
1.according to an announcement made Earl Crawfor, Joe English, Mary

the activities of the Southern Sugar company is again crowding on to front I today by Mrs Charles A. Jackson, Young, Walner Young, Elsie Hare, -" --, -.

pages of important papers this week with the announcement of plans president. The meeting will be heldat Grace Moltz, Miss Bates, Miss Jayme Home Made Pies

3 o'clock at the Clewiston Inn. I I Williams, :Marshall Yenowine, Wilber .
for America's first aircade. Although in some circles, it was said that air- j Goss. Enjoy your Sunday Chicken Dinner At,
---
cades have been held previously in other states, such is not the case since dem'on.1 I' The Clerolslon 'Cafe-The Home of Good Coffee.
Miss Pansy Norton, county
the word "aircade" did not appear in the dictionary until it was coined at stration agent for Dade county, will .Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. Franc

Clewiston last week. be a guest of the local club and will Howard were hostesses to the members e

address the members on basket weav- of the Clewiston social club at t
Interest shown in the aircade is reflected in the list of prominent aviators
ing and interior decoration.Dr. their home on Sagamore avenue
from all sections of the state who have announced their intention of being Wednesday. A pleasant afternoon was

present here Sunday afternoon in time to leave when the formation led by' Allison of the University of I'' enjoyed and delightful refreshments HERALD AND UNITED TRUCK LINES

Florida Experimental Station near were served. Among the guests were
the Goodyear blimp wintering in Miami takes off for West Palm Beach, Fort
Belle Glade spent a day In Clewiston.C. Mesdames William G. Ames, C. A.I I


Lauderdale and Miami early Monday morning.The Jackson. J. G. Allhands, J. F. Tippey, '' Overnight service from

move is typical of the spirit of Clewiston. Big things in a big way appears -' W. McDonald made a business Carl Berner, A. Backus, W. C. Hooker ..

I trip to Lakeland Monday.Mr. Dave Alston, Frank Wright, J. E.
to be the slogan from the time that B. G. Dahlberg first decided. act I I Tampa, Miami and West Palm Beach
Beardsley, R Y, Patterson, E. C. Mer-

on the advice of internationally known experts and launch his great sugar and Mrs. Louis Bergeron and chant, L.,A. Morgan and Dick C. Mil To Clewiston. .

project in this section.At Mr. and Mrs.:; Roy Simpson were ler. s

Sunday noon dinner guests of Mr.and '
the municipal airport here Sunday and Monday morning will be various t '
Mrs. W. G. Ames at their home I Dr. F. L. Tatom was a business i EXPRESS, SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATES

types of planes ranging from a neat little Waco to tri-motored Fords, on Arcade avenue. visitor in West Palm Beach: Thursday. I

Loenings and Sikorskys and those who will "fly as long as they can keep I .

Mrs. Chas. A. Jackson attended a "Pleasing God" will be the subjectfor
one foot on the ground" would do well to visit these planes at the airport
meeting of the Federation of Woman's the Sunday morning sermon at I S ; BAKERS SERVICE STATION

Sunday, talk with the pilots and realize what airminded people long have Clubs at Lake Worth. The local the Clewiston Community church, it '.

kno,\. rsthat flying like automobile driving is just as, dangerous as the club was also represented by Mrs. F. was announced by Rev. W. T. Bailey 'Local RepresentativeHERALD
JW L. Tatom and Mrs. Utter.
pastor. The evening sermon topic
drive .res to make it. ., LINES UNITED LINES
r,'-, will be "A Well of Water." The
morn- '
615.19 Platt St. . ., 391 N. W. 24th Street
,
.' '.,. .
< Mr. and Mrs. R. H. House and son, ( '
; .. service ; "' ,"'
'* Ing is at eleven o'clock and TAMPA FLA. : :;".' *.. : '
MIAMI, FLA.
KLIPS AND KRACKS r. .J), ; ....'.t-::....:.... Herschel, of Sarasota were guests of the evening service at 7:30 o'clock. ": PHONE 21011
.' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs Sunday.Mr. .
.. .I-.J: ::: Sunday school convenes at 9:45 a. m.
By Russell Kay :.... '.:
.
Christian Endeavor
and at 6:45: p. m.'
',. -;;,' Ji and Mrs. John Chenet and Roy -

.. ._ .... ..
-- -- ---
Dunaway made a trip to Fort Myears
There was a time when you could eat, DRINK.and..be. Merry' Now. it.a. Monday."t .,".' ?
-M. t -- f "
case of eat, DRINK and be NUMB. *.' ,'. \-...-.- /f, i "
.
Among those who motored to Miami
,
'
f z : y
Saturday to attend the Florida-
.
And souvenirs is an advertisement clipped from the Tampa '
among my football Mr. and '
Oregon game were : : \ fr :.
reads NICKLE Alarm Clocks values 79c. '' :Mrs William Cecil Owen, Wilbur .
Times that Regular $1 ', : ......
Cole, Malcolm W. Bigg, Frank Wright .G '
,,
i 'J' I Henry Storey, Eugene Reier and Paul '- V .
Some of these girls that were raised on PET milk never got weanedA .' Deane. u .

'.f- .
I '
:Mr.: and Mrs. Jesse Allhands, Mrs.
good theme song for the( Florida! Orange Festival would l e "Valencia". I
I Spicer, Miss Marian Leydig, and Sam 1 II

Woodham plan a Christmas shopping
'
I "/ ,. '.. ,.- .... .... ,, . .. ." .,. '
'
trip to Miami Saturday. ; ':r" : / : ':' : : : : :
Some chaps think that because they "Said it with' Flowers" before they ''..':" .
"
.
were married, the wife ought to say it with flour forever after. I In celebration of Mr. Allhand'sbirthday ; : ,':; r:

.. Mr. 'and Mrs. Jesse All-
'
-. ,', : :
Getting into the movies used to be a ,matter of form, now it seems.to>' be a' Allhands were dinner guests at the : > > WINTER MONThS ARE RADIO MONTHS !>

.o Clewiston Inn Wednesday evening. .
figure of speech. I ; < '
.
) : : : /
Some folks idea Is to bottle i in'.the for' .' ,
of safety first keep a of water house. Miss Katherine Ames of Columbia .. .
,
.. .' >'" -: .,>,'," ." : .: '-. -. ; '
--- -
-: University will arrive here week \ ..
a .
medicinal ,:. .
purposes. I '.- ;
from Sunday to spend Christmas with '<,;.,.... .., ,'. ., ," .. ", -. 'r. '. :' ." .,'i ," :. ., "
-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.; ..
'
With the problems of cattle ticks, lunatics and politics, the Governor seems Ames. '
THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING -
to have his hands fulL --

\ :Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. Julius
THE WORLD'S NEWS EVERY EVENING
Alston and Mrs. W. S. Harvel motored /

But the girl I got the biggest kick out of was the one that tried to'hold to West Palm Beach Thursday on a. I AT HOME OVER ONE OF OUR ,

her end of the conversation to mountain and how :shopping trip. ..
up by pointing a asking ... '. : /. .

I
many molehills I thought it took to make it. .
Mr. and Mrs.\ Roy L. Simpson spent '
I .
2' : '
the past week in Daytona Beach. t .; '
I i 9

And now they are making wallboard from saudspurs, another evidence of i r They are expected to return home to- t f *""j< :'; c ,
day -_. A ; : '; ,
: > : ,
the value of stick to-it-ivness. : : > '" ; ,' '
i RCA RADIO ,
Mrs. W. G. Ames, Mrs. Wilbur D. r ,4,2" '. "_ "
." "
': .. :. : \ '. \.. ...''"\- .
Cole and Mrs. F. L. Wiliamson motored -' :' ; : -
And now we will sign off until 8:45 P. M. Friday evening, when the STATE ,.,.\ : \:.:.
to ,West Palm Beach Thursdayon
PRESS SCRAP BOOK will again be featured over Station WDAE, Tampa.A a shopping trip. : .
: /Z ASK ABOUT OUR PAYMENT PLANS. '
unique program, sponsored by the Florida Clipping Service, that brings
.. .
Special Christmas music is being
you the BEST from the PRESS. .':'
prepared by_ the choir of the Community :f'],:

Church. B. M. Beach Is In chrrgeof ,

Caution to Nimrods: Play safe, don't: come home with a hare on your this work. ,

'
shoulder unless you're a bachelor. .. : : :
J' Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Allhands and

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tlppoy were in ,: CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY

I Palm Beach Sunday attending the ,' .
Headlines i In tht Lakeland Ledger say Prof.: Bugg talked. to the Garden c -
show at the Kettlcr. .
There's an example of courage for you. ub'l .
.
I Mrs. Wilber. D. Cole and, Mrs. Will <
I
Ian G. Ames motored to West Palm
The DeFuniak Springs Breeze says: "Friends of Tit Eddlo hesly,will be I
Beach yesterday.
r. \
sorry to know that he is quite sick at his h'orne'in the east end.; "Joy and Peace On Earth" is the

name of the Christmas play to be

given in the school auditorium by the :.0'
If it wasn't for the BLIND PIGS, a lot of fellows couldn't see DOUBLE. (_
entire membership of the Young

people's class of the Clewiston community y'

And now for no reason at all 1 might remark that many a woman ,would church It was learned yes-
terday. Mrs. N. C. Storey and Neil
like to kill the faten calf. :.
Stewart are directing the cast. Included .- f
.
in the play which is to be., gi'i'enSundaj. \

One dispatch informs that December 22 are: f '
the
us Chinese army is EN ROUTE somewhere I \
Miss Dorothy Deam, George Rier,_

...,
"I.



r -
I


I
I


t FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929 CLEW1STON NEWS CLEWISTON. FLORIDA PAGE THREE I II IM


I '

tI

V.*


,
l r /


1 .-
-'
! 'tf-JV '
'


Cordial \\Telcome MI






I i r L .



:


,, '
y' 1
1": '1l'i;
1 CIS "! .. L'
t r p; +J r k', t
14
I "' ';' > ''& :
1 L 1: 1--' --- X V-t::; '4'vW -

.',t_ v 'a 't'y 'ry --., >'.';-.-:-,/. -> -.'V oV- '
< '. '"' **
; '
'V'N -
}.",t I '-' -



: To The People of The Evenriadesr


,6at


"
.-:".::;,
**v* Guest of Greater Mianil 1







: : 0 Everglades Day $onday 1 1I



:i;f.:


s December 16 Is Extended by


.= ? ;+ha,'d+ rt s,_&"

.i'' 'r5 Il ,1's _
J __
; J et


The Directors and Members of :



.
! :
: ) A
-

..,'rl ( I ,i'F .f

!
(
:r;; it


.
'
:C 'f s 'i
'
.1v 'w- / 1'i"M a 1 1,'1'.,. ; : r

,
+11 r s 1

l 'r .tr.1't.: ,.
:
1 ,1l: 'ti r
'!
} (.
r ? sr.
", r
i yS
fir r,4 gS r4"i t 5
S I : '-
t- : :
I I c '"A> .. 'Y"1' ''& -ife : '' v c ,
\ < -- -:' _. ,,
'
'' ; ;rUr .r /' '''" 1r r i. r -
f' vt -(ty V Sy'' '
\ v ;
"" : ; ::K 'C ; ; !::::&-W :::
'
"
: '
& y --$

I \
: :


r -k

.


I I


r
r. e 1 Pty'



s 1 1yr Miami Chamber of Cothmercei






i





.
C 5 rr



L



L I



. -- --------,
-

.1
.. .
.
\
"
'

I --- '; I .-. : .
CLEWISTON NEWS / T :: :
FOUR CLEWISTOtt. FLORIDA ,
PAGE .. 1- VRTTIAV. DECEMBER 10tnnn _
.La. .J..01"I
., .


TRADE WITH THEM WHERE YOUR DOLLARS
Clewiston Folks

WHEN IN PALM BEACH WILL COUNT MOST





The Palm Beach Merchants Appreciate Your BusinessChevrolet '.




,
Finds rest of flour, then cinnamon. Lastly a nice sweater. Bring me a story book years old and love to read. Bring my sister Janey a doll tea

fold in the jam. Bake in layers. Cover, and some doll dishes and a doll swing. __>, Ralph Thomas. set doll bugy, try side and some fruit PROTECT YOUR

,Older Men Fill with icing. I Dont forget the candy, nuts and fruit Santa Clause bring my brother a r EYES

Jobs Efficieutly Florida Cranberry Salad for my stocking. Dear Santa Clase:-lowuld like a little bicycle train, wagon truck anda

Use 1 cup of firm Florida craberry From your little girl book of Robbin Hood and a knife, car. Bring him some fruit and candy

jelly or jam, 1-4 cup of milk 1 cup of Mayo. Brooks some candy and nuts. Please get mea Bring my niece a rattler, brush They are your most valuable '
.
Is as
"A
DETROIT, Dec. 12.- man '.
chopped celery, 1 large cream cheese, book ot Jigges and Maggy and 25 comb and some more baby things. possessions. '
works. ..
old as he 1.4 cup of chopped nuts, lettuce, Dear Santa Claus:-I want a little cents that's all. Yours truly
is generally given -
when youth
Today French or mayonnaise dressing. baby doll and a real wrist watch. I lam in the 6th and am 13 years. Mildred Brantley. MOORE'S
in industry, the at Inc.
the preference Mash the cheese and moisten with would like a set of dishes I want a Letters not published
I I this week will Optometrists
Com Opticians
Motor
titude of the Chevrolet veteran milk. Season with salt and paprika, painting set, candy nuts raisings, banana Dear Santa:-Please bring me a cap be published next week. West Palm Beach, Fla. .
and
older
toward
pany men and add nut Cut the jelly Into chewing gum, apple and a coloring pistol and a wagon and some candy

employees presents an interestingview slices and then into cubes. Divide book. My little brother wants a and a little. train and bring me a care FOR .SALE-Packard. six Sedan.
which Dr. Buck's office Belle Glade Tues
of the policies I
of some cheese Into six parts and arrange a horn foot ball gun that will shoot, I'ot an air plain. I am 7 years old. Fine shape. Bargain. See Mr. Wall at
contributed to the growth and days, 9:30 to 12:30. Lake Piew Hospital \
have circle of jelly cubes around cheese. set of trains, candy, nuts and fruits Leonard Thomas Clewiston Building Material Co.
I P. M.
Clewistonf Tuesdays,
Chevroet manufacturing -
development of the .
French or
Mix: celery with mayon- for his stocking. 1 t- R
organization. naise dressing and put a circle of celery -
Grace and Sam Brooks. Dear Santa Claus:-
Man-power, the most vital factor in -
around the jelly. I will write you a letter to let you Ed Venor Bill Venor,

industry, its selection, managementand Dear Santa Claus is Mildred.I -
: hear from me. My name SCIENTIFIC SHOE RE-BUILDING
productivity has been, a chief
Please bring me a pr of skates want a doll, scales electric stove,
Charles F, Earth vice- REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT
concern of Letters To Santa and an ,air rifle. I am 12 years old. : tea set, story book, and some fruits.
and general manufacturing Mail your shoes to us and we will mail them back.
president
Your friend Fred Whitcombe.Dear I I
heads of 437 Datura Street Oppt Post Office West Palm Beach. Fla.NNNNNN.111N1 ,
manager, who at 63 up one
(Continued from page 1))

the largest factory organizations in Santa-Please: bring me cow .0. 0. 0..0..0..... .. ....... ... ... .. ee... .... ..... 0 O.. O. 0. ... . . ..
KEEP DRY +. . . .1. .11. .N.'.M111. .111. .11. .NI. .1.NI. .1 .NIIN. .1.11IIN. .NN. .1.N.'I.II.IIN. .IINNN. .
industry. saving for you. I earned it myself. boy suit and a cap pistol, dump truck + (e
Commenting on the status of the under a
am fire years old, and Santa please lots of candy for me and my baby
veteran in industry Mr. Barth declares f TRUTHFUL TRANSACTIONS t
I bring something nice to all little boys brother, a car that will wind up and TAYLORMADETAYLOR TOP
that "age is no barrier to em I .
and girls. b run. Bring me a story book I am 9 AUTO CO. ':. -. .i..

plo'ment'and promotion with Chevrolet Signed Marian Morris.Don't Top to Tire :!: ';L To know your diamonds, know your jeweler. :t:
We have drawn no age lines in Palm Beach .'. -.. ..
West
and
forget to bring Evelyn
our organization. If a man is Ph'Sical-1 Patsy Morris the same as you bringme FOR TRUCKS AND CARS ".- >:.:. .. Buy with confidence from a firm you can trust. :'i'I i

ly fit and disposed to do the work in ARE ASSURED BY
for we play together all the time. <
mind for him he will receive favorable ; ., c. f
Marian Morris 0 !I < :: i i ,
consideration regardless of his fl' If CEL. : ?;;
.lp rfQ:; : .' .-. "1i-t__ ;',\0 : :I l ffJI'R ...,<' ''-..
age. Dear Santa: ..lt ..:.. ,. ;. \.1" :,.t'.._.{,..S,,',.>:....(. .. .";: ': : '- .; ,:-" ', -;. \,' i
In its Flint plants alone, Chevroletis ; ; tf f!" :; ,Je'J': ;: ,!'; .
now employing 324 men over 50 Will you please bring me a air rifle :!: >:}ki?:i{ :.:./>,'. ;fjtr Yi -: J. >f::. l'f1 :

and a game? I've been a good boy and ..,...--. .- .., ., '" .-,. 'I:

years the ages of age.of 50 Of and these 55; 131 98 are are betweenthe btween study hard. 1c. 8121 :: .'-:}.. ;f;;.. ., :: \ '" ::<".; i' i:E
(
Sincerly .. "... 'P't ..
: ". '-' -..
ages of 55,and 60 and 95 are more : ,::.: ,, '\ :. :' L C. MARTIN I: '
Cecil Whitcombe.Dear ..Jst Palm Beach ti: : ; :i:
than 60 years of age. SOLD AND SERVICED BY .' .
:= I,' ::
Sentiment plays but a small partin ; JEWELER I' :
Santa: ::: 211 Clematis St. West Palm Beach : '
tho scheme of things, despite cthecompany's t
Please bring me a doll table and THE "FAIR" AWNINGSHOPPE
: -interest in older men, Mr. :!: .' HEADQUARTERS FOR :SGruen !
little chair and a tea set. I'll be a '.
Barth explains. The company is perhaps :::. Traub, T owe. I+

"hardheaded" in its evaluationof good little girl. :!: Oldest established Jewelry Store in West Palm Bccach V
Quality Remembered Alter
their worth. We ribbons Sincerly Louise Whitcombe Long .:. .... '. . ... . . . .... . . . '..
have no or .- Price Is1 ForgottenNo. : = r

buttons for our old timers. Each man Dear Santa Claus: 10 Lakeview Arcade, Lakeview

is put on his own mettle and made to I am so glad it wont be long before 312-314 First St. J I Avenue Make The a
feel in him
the responsibility we place
you come again. Cant hardly wait- West Pam Beach r Phone 2-0229_
We appeal to, and rely on the man in Santa r want you to bring me a sleepy Top to Tire West Palm Beach, Florida

men. doll and a doll bed and I want. you to I POINSETTIA! HOTEL ,
"The timer valuable
old is in a
I bring my little brother a wagon, he ..".... -_..........__ _2 .., .
large sense. Older men are the stabilizing is 1 .
four years old and I am seven years -'
influences sovit al to industry old. Thank you very much Santa and I. Your Home While I In West Palm Beach

today they help constitute the back
; hurry and come on. .',
.
"It Pleases Us To Please You'EARLE
bone of the organization. By their f
Margeret WhitchombeDear P A X TON SIN I
'
See for the best grade of
balance and poise they instill confidence us :/ R- CRESS VELL. Manager\

in beginners and, having themselves -' Santa-How are you? I am feel western grown seed with high germination COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY

a feeling of loyalty to the organization 1 I ing good and because I know it wont Formerly Fenders
at the lowest marvel prices. ....
they inspire it in their -"-'
be long before you come againI am "

fellow workmen.: J I so happy. I can't hardly wait Santa.I We arc prepared to fill all or- u"1itY neverQuestioned" .-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:...-:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-.:-:..:-:-.:-}

Money"Thejr cannot have buy that nor experience book learning that 1 j to want you to bring me a large buggy I' ders the day they are received. If :.;: YOUR EYES ARE YOUR MOST VALUABLE 3:t
ride my doll in and a pretty purseI I' ,

provide. They are no longer theorists. am 9 years old and live at Clewis you arc an out of town customer, :: POSSESSIONS'- :y:: ..

They make the most of the opportunilies 'ton Fla Thanks so much. I 222 Clematis StreetA
y
about them rather than fond. Mary B. Whitcombe I give your order to any of the Trans .:'.. Protect them from STRAIN and CLARE with TILLYER CRUX- ..!.

ling the hope of some ideal situation ( portation Lines and they will bring :!: ITE Lenses. r ::

that seems to show faintly in the fu Dear Santa Claus:- I want you to I complete line of .. '
ture. ;you the seed on the return trip. Our ;. "Accurate to the very edge. ': -
bring me a pair of roller skates a story -I I f

"They take pride in their good ser- ,: book and a air rifle. j' motto Is SERVICE AND QUA LADIES AND' MENS

vice records built up over a period of Roy Whitcombe. j '.SEe MOORE TO SEE MORE )

years and apply themselves diligent LITY.
FINE SHOES
Iy to peserve them. Dearest Santa Claus- !

"At the same time we are fully As I ana thinking of you tonight I

mindful of the great contribution that thought I would write you what I THE SEED STORE OUR PRICES /

youth is making to industr}'. Youth want for Christmas. I have been a

supplies the power, age the experi- good girl and I made good grades on H. D.Derrick. Seedman $5.00 .and $6.00
"
ence. my report card. Would like to have a 912-918 Belvedere Road
IOPTOMETRISTSOPTICIANS
1 nice big doll and a nice purse. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Yours Visit our store while in
truly \ t
PHONES ... .' {
CHRISTMAS RECIPESThe Earline Whitcombe. I Residence 2-2027 Business 2.2560 West Palm Beach :;: 222 1-2 Clematis St. West Palm Beach :t


used by following hundreds of recipes women are and being club Dear Santa-Please bring me a baby +........-......................-...-..-...'..-...................-...........'...............-...................-......................................-..........-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-,.-'......,;.

in doll and some doll clothes. I want I . . . .... . . . . . . . . .-........'..
girls
Florida in preparing for the -rr .r .rr rr -rrr

Christmas season. .
I *
Fruit .
Cake

Take 1 Ib. butter, 1 lb. sugar, 1 lb. At Your Service WE THANK YOU f. '\..:. ANT H 0 N Y INC. 1.

flour, 1.4 lb. orange peel, 1 whole nut ::: :::

meg (grated), 1 small bottle cherries HALSEY & GRIFFITH For your past busi .:. :_' WEST PALM BEACH j..
WHEN IN THE "
1 package dates, 1 dozen eggs, 2 lbs. ness. We will :!: .!: .

raisins, 2 lbs. currants, 1.2 Ib. citron Inc. [ appre- + td
ciate business in PALM BEACHES THIS STORE YOUR
1 teaspoon mixed spices, and 1.2 lb. your .t.MAKE f
I STATIONERS ) the future. .
nut meats. .. .
; \ HEADQUARTERS :r .
Cream butter .. '.
add sugar, add eggs f
ONE OF THE MOST\ COMPLETE EAST COAST make our station your headquarters, '
one at a time. Beat well each time .*. 1 : 'r
with hands. Cut fruit as fine as pos STORES OF ITS I conveniently located down lotvn. "

sible. Add flour and spices to fruit. KIND IN FLORIDA.I I MOTORS, Inc. :!5: ; :/ EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR I=

Add this mixture then to butter, sugar DEPARTMENTS S.DJxie. at OkeechobeeWest GASOLINE BATTERIESOIL : :: .' (. FLORSHEIM SHOES

and Cocoanut eggs. Mix Cream thoroughly.Candy Commercial Stationery Palm BeachDistributors BRAKES : ';;.: $10 to $12.50WORK IV J:

II ,
Office Furniture 'I :
Secure 1 cocoanut, milk and meat, Safes, Files for TIRES GREASINGTire I! \"

and 3 cups sugar. Put on gar with Social Stationery \ .

milk from cocoanut; after it bolls ten Books, fiction and serious BUICKMARQUETTE Repairing Road Service =:= SHOES LEATHER BOOTS" f

minutes add grated coclanut and cook Gift and Bridge Shop ALL UNDER ONE ROOF
: RUBBER BOOTS
five minutes. Beat until It is cold Children Games ', '

pour out on a greased marble and cut Pictures and Picture Framing.In I andGOOD : ;1'" $5 to $12.50 f i

into squares. ::: } .

Strawberry Jam Cake fact a real stationery store err'1 USED FIRESTONESERVICE +

The ingredients are 3 eggs 3-4 cup I joying the confidence of the general STORES' :: WOMEN'S STYLISH FOOTWEAR :t le

strawberry Jam, 1-3 cup buttermilk, public. CARSEasiest .

2 1-2 cups flour, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 I Inc. $6 to $15 t -

teaspoon cinnamon. Phone 5171 i of terms-Your old car :S*. V .t

Cream the butter and half the sug as each. Phones 7272 &. 7250

ar. Boat yolks, light with the other 313 15 17 Datura St. "Ask anyone who has purchaseda Cor. 1st. & Dixie Highway :=i QUALITY PLUS SERVICE t

half cup sugar(add to butter and new or used car from East : ORDER BY MAIL *

sugar Put soda in milk; add with a West Palm Beach, Fla. Coast Motors. .

little Hour, and then the vhites and X 4-
,, -.' :M-H-H-K-.-M-H-K-M-H: : v
lr rH-H-+-HrH+: : fH-+ +: ;



-v- ..
l __ -........ '
t
I K.. .
1I
,I yi
i
P i '
I
kr' .L FRIDAY.. .DECEMBER 13, 1920 CLEW1STON NEWS CLE ISTON. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
.
w r'; \ --.r -L --
.

i I =ll f l1llr ] & _

I jJ j ,

I. ''I f a ,
4 r H. .. .
i
1 ,
I .- ., ,. .
'
.
I' "
r ;
.
'
\ Ilil'
I ,

!I i 1. # :

I' I .
f
f c[I1'II .

I 1 I : ,.

:t,II'j: !! '
I !
.
; '.
( r ryr

:
a ;::1
.: '.
l Yy ,
Hi''
'
.. 'S tiI

, ,: :I

,,; ..
I y
I !''I )

.il .
t
'
1
/
11'( j :'.

',..
; &
I II I .
!I : .

I ,n 1 r--- ET T. .

/1! I I '
11 .
I ", ,
I .... .
I, r .' 'I 1"I I ,. '.' .' "
yrr !
i \ 'L i' 'd .t. l '+ N ;t ,. ,r. = f yl' ",t'' r.. I
I I } .IC''l' ..y Iy IrI
I .. :. :'.? p. ? ;
A
1 I ; y Jt
C
r S
1. qr
a
Y, /: (
4. 4
Y.-F
/ a ) S rili .6iR.J ,. '
{ 4
r' \ {d'.r' t. 'r'_yJ r:
I i .;i'j 1 4:

1 4

"
7: { JJr ) 41'n
,
+f g tY ;r rf
i0 J .
U ; f ,
,1 r
1 p.' { ;
J r Jr & n' ;f ,b d rr'a ,"y-wy'e' i't: i
lt 1 .l' 1 p -ti a. :r .4" !
r,1 'f r. ,
.
: : .. .
-- -
'
; 7 v'I s- ri *
'. Y .kw.-v.> t .M1.
h(. 'I .1 ,. a. .
t' r .tr' v .. a ; -S WThe j.
f"i. jrlft', rf. r "




I I1J
4 r" f I I Y

.. ....... .... .. .' ''' ' ".,. ,... ... ,.r." d,' .., '.' ''.c' .

I'i ; r. tt'.' < .;: ';':. ,:". : .' .. ',) ::',::I t I ;'ig;! :":... r,;; > : : .,:;f fR'H: : : :

.1, :,, ;: ... ;; .. ; I ;: ....; .- .' r... ," : : I;..::, :.?\., -M <':'\ ? '. /" 1 metropolitan area of South Florida IS honored to '. '. .'. ." Ij'. ', '
,
':;?;l',<" .. :( 'j ,' '. :' :..- I:: :!_r tFJ s'. :: -'k;.: ;.: .. :.; : : "
,;: ) .'< ; 1..; ', < : ." ; ;;:\ } ,i/ Ma.. .: ; : .' : ; 7 : :: )/ :
!. 'r.:, ., .. ., :::.. c'... .J Hi: :,:) : "'
111' .:; r..7:, ..'/ .; ... : ..-.i:,< ., : .: : ::. ,;..\ \ :;" :1'4fe pk. ; <:? ',1,7'::" ':. ; :' I '; Y' ': ., 'i ';', "; IS

'* ;S : c ::. ;,:" \, > .. .J. ;!; .: '.' ': X; ::i' r I" ':':' ':", '. h-+ : : l.t 16, the progressive residents of the Everglades country I : :'. '; :.':" ;, > ., r" :" ,:'. ., .: ',: ,},: ::" I > ': ,:
I t: -, : \ < L' : > : .t. : :' ." T'1; : 1 < 'f /J! .: ::-;:
r t 't> ": .:. : '-: : r'. ::0 .;.<. ; ., '.Ili,:-i\<,..;" :: ;':' ;'< '- : : who are doing so .much for the industrial and agricultural. .. I '. '>> ,,,>:-:' .,.v) :" \ :.-.

'''jf ;).}.,.',>:..:::::. .>. ', ." :.. ..'. .. ,: ...,}".::j. ,,/ ": ',',, ;: : "" :' : ''', '': ,' :1 : "., ; ". ".:;:; ;& r '. ': '.:: \ : .. ;,'i'.i- : ,' .\.: .I! ':; \}' : ,' ,' development of Florida.Thinking ." :" '/ .: >:: .' .h.:: :. ': ,,'

+ r ': < I : : 1 i : : . j : ". '::X:. .. i .. i.c: ; : : .
:
,- J;; =?: : > : t : j i.t : f tti : ;", : ;. t.t ,;:.;:>, "

:I 0... .; ; :- ,I : .. ." ':r.'t: :;.:':... p 'I. \ ". .,. : .' ',.. = residents of Miami believe that in such occasions '. i "Mil' -,'. :, }' ''t\A, .: !'(';

'. '; ::'> :\ .\ ", .,,:; l,:: ':'.: ff' {:.:: ,, :: ';' :': :'. :.' ; .:' YF::,:':: ; >< '.. :< if i-: J

: .: ..:': .' ..: ":.': ;" ... ,. : :} 2?)(t;:.::; ,: .,.:.;'<...""r i." ':; 1 as Everglades Day IS the reinforcement for cementing .. t :' '. ':.1t; ). ti; ': :< ,:>

I j : .... ,' : ; : '>>.':l: (. ....iI/f; ;Ff'i'"I.: : :: f f"A. : : ::X }.;: t-.'. < -I..:.. 1.1'1.1'I
i J '.. 1 : .:. :'. :';", :'. ,,. ',. :: r,, ; :/ ;:. ,i ::'K .''', < :;> ; : .: : the bonds of friendship between the people In the nation's :; :.'/"'!{!' ','Jf)".:, .' : : co

, I I r '. .. . L'.t: : ;:. ..> .>,t J : .:.. ',' .
iY i '..': .. ;!:.. '.: ( 'r"' : d'1';; ; \ ) ;<:' ". <. winter playground and the agricultural and industrial ;>. :' ;; :'iY :-': i :". .'
.
\ '. : \, : ': :, : ;: :; ; -r t ; : ./.( <
: ; : :: "C '! ?f : ) : :: ; : : : : "
I\I'f. : -, i ', .' 'f .' of the rich section.We ..
1"'J; : : (:: : A ;- : < !1 ; Everglades : ". :


rJ' ::. .+ : :F :' '"' ; 1 'H;: ::' 'j-'yL?;rS:; ; :: -. I :?l+( : \>'bfi-/'- >;: :\!;; :


'II, : '. r : i,:.: := ;" '. > ".>:/ ':' Xf'.i: ::: \ < : -"s., ,- ;;.:.:;... .. / F .:' aye. united: in one ,great effort for the further develop'f; ; '' '
. .' { > .: ::.
: ;; ; : !V > ; < '" ": ,: { : : 1-: : : J';
1'1: ( <. .,: ';:'. :.. ? -=. .;, ; ,... ;?)J :; ; ..\" : ;;" :',.<., (- ;; '!).' ". ;' ment of South Florida and to the people of the northern :t'" < :: : ; ;ij, ..':.. '

j' .J, '.t? : :. ,',:,.'J'1'. : :.>.. .,: ?,: ... ,.:';.7. ji--i": : : :. : _.::': .... ; ,: i \ '.:'\ : :' ;':.'.f' : ''':: !I'I'j'
,
..' ;J,..,.. I :,:r> 't. l :" '-I.l: .> .. "f,1 sincere welcome Miami and :> : :. '\,
: extend
I :;? ". .. .. .. !: : ;:' ':, 'L }.: Everglades we a to ; .' : :; :) 1 1i.
I. : .... ; .: .. ): .,0 '>X.t .: '.' 'rI ':': -:.' ? < ': '
i. r.: > 'j. ;;:. . ; ,. : : >?t : : \ : : < : t
I .
I: :\ ''''': '''_ :.?<: < < }':"(';: ;: :<" :,:'.:;t:- ', <"" :, .; urge you to call on us to cooperate many move for the ;'Vi; -% vV.-l'K-: ';".

/' i. ;" / ''''< ,':C'' '" ':,": :;:C'r); '::/i';: ;" ': : I:' : \ I. .. .: : t.-" ;:': :;< } ';::
\ :' <: r ;. '; ij .. ;" :;: ," ?,: ,..{:N;,:; :<.: good of this rapidly developing section of the south. ;; ; {:, ,fe' : : ;!;; > I
1" ; -;;- rr1
r

/' ,
J 1 ) r

v. ;: ; r---;

: r ,i ; ; :-f t.-; .
) t
f -\ .f ts'vi"i \
,
.
'
> ; --1-1--'i\ ; -
:'" '> '.: $l\ >-r'i / .s*" i
t j'f" ''"/ fs'i'V.xi' -' /' "

I i/ 'Y .'jyC;,; : : '! A j\Vai 'It ,f ..". ;., ?' ,.
t : ,
5/-'

; I./ ;; i -
: f"1 N ti_. "_ r AI' i l'b NC : ,
r ; ,
.7f = ; r' l' ) '- nf A { i .
1 3 r,7 +/r'r fi' -
i'' 1' 1 I I'r
'' '
-



'd tI '': t} ,,
? ? fASrtlY' : ,,, .
r.r Y '
; ( ..ir' "r .i Ss w h
-
% ,
i C
? : / :F. 7 r .R ..
' :- ar ,t ,';:' ; e:4rt -,:. "' '.,:, r- .
,
< : .4' '
: #
/y? '
r: 4 4 itr




I'- ,






H4 I : : : :. ':, .' Miami \amber: of Co mm'erce


1 '> : .
;
1',! ":"..... : .. -- .
} --
: :
II .' ...', : I
} I
1 : .. .'
I
I ,.

. I i ..\;. S '. ; '; !
i S '
.SY .
H I I S S 5 '' _" r 1 ,, I
/ .
I I
1 j.I
,
:
'
\ \ /

I i I i : .: ] j7 4 I 1 ( .r #[jI'

c:: '
-1 .


I



-
1 4 r
'-w-,, r t .r


'
"


GE .Cl... CLEWISTON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929
JPA ....
.:..:_:..:..:..:_:..:u:..:..:..:-:..:40 .':_:n:..:_:.:..:_.:_:..:. :-:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:.. :-:.-:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:.-=. -:+ :-.:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:_:..:. :. _:..:. ::4':'_:":'.:..: :oz:..:..:-:..:..:......}.:.-:.-:......:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:.:. :..:..:..:--:4--W: : ,
COUNTY Franklin Wheeler. i
BEACH
PALM

WOMEN CLEW1STON AFE GUESTSOF CLUB West Palm by the Beach West aviators Palm Beach encouraged ::i:I f.: MAIL ORDERS FROM CLEWISTON PROMPTLY FILLED DURING OUR .

I junior chamber of commerce are enthusiastic ;I II ,
Continued from page 1) I over the aircade possibili- ;: SENSATIONAL I
:
I
I j! ties and from that city will come Bill :
The party rooms were softly lighted Lawless, Florida manager and Jack I-; '

with candles and many bowls of beau Gross, traffic manager, of the Roosevelt r :
tiful flowers were placed about the Air Service, Hary Hublitz and ::1 PROFIT SHARING SALE ,

rooms creating a most attractive ef Art J. Williams in a Ford tri-motor, v.
Herbert Toomey in an American j
fect.Tea was potired from a table deco- I Eagle, while In the event that. more .(
;: Beautiful Omar Pearls, $10.00 value, Set of six sterling coasters in lovely International Silver cocktail shaker i:
rated with a large centerpiec. core- planes route from the north to :
I
.: and.. Crystal.. Beads.. especially.. de silk lined box, and four cups In seak'skin case, $32
Ha. the colors oPpink and yellow being Roosevelt Field arrive, the Palm : signed., for, the, backless, evening I now only I ... ............... ..... .... $5.00 value, f l:
repeated In the delicious cakes Beach, delegation will also Include a !:
Sikorsky : dress, now now ..........................:....... $20.00
and! candies served.Clubwomen Travelalr, a Loening and a ::: only .............................;. .... $4.45 Six sterlng sliver goblets, gold lined f
from Clewlstbn who amphibian. From Miami In additionto ::
butler finish, $72.00
;
formed the motorcade to Pahokee and I .the Zepplin will come two planes. :.:!;: 60 inch Indestructable. Pearls, shell value, now only.............$5'0) .AA UU Set of four sterling silver cups In ft
leather ,
case $14
were tea guests of Mrs. G. M Hpuze pink and white, while f AA Hammered
k: silver center piece, $10.0 .,.........., ..... $9.45 .
.
Charles A. Jackson, 'i'i. $) value I now ? ,.
were Mesdames Ask about our special :'4 they last ................/.r.' _
president of the local club, Elbert L. ',_i., value,

Etewart F. L.. Williamson, W. G. "Lay Away" plan for ::: Men's wrist watches, ,15' $11 45'now, only............................ $5.45 Four, piece. .. coffee. set. $17.50 value, :f ,
C. W. McDonald, Christmas 'i. jewel, $15.00 value ............ .c < ::
Ames, W. T. Bailey; shoppers
Julius Alston, W. S. Harvel, Dick C. .:.:::.. 17 Jewel Elgin with 14K white gold Ou r.best value-International I .1 SI I ve r'. ".........................."...........$10.00 _-.::...
Miller, William Cecil Owen, F.. L. Ta- BLATE BROTHERS :. Boudior Lamps, $15.00 :.
': knife and chain, $94.75 45 .
Assistingthe ':. $11 00 value now only........... $4. Silver. '$12.50 1.;
tom, Jesse Tippey and Hall. pitcher ..t.
'i+ value I ; now only I ............ .
hostess were Mrs. F. Dearie Duff, 'r ,value' now ................. ...... $7.45inum -.. ..
soson, Mrs. W. T. Marfleld and Mrs P Why not wearing :!: Tapestry Handbags, regular $5.00 and SHEAFFER. :::
Mrs. W. C. Hanson Mrs. T. V. Wat- for apparel :::: $6.00 values We are exclusive dealers for Sheaffer Bar Pin, diamond and : top, ;!:

A. Poche. special' ............ .... ................ $2.95 Our beautiful line will 1 help you in sereduced .
makes a useful gift :;: (lecting i that life time j gift. to . ............. ... ... .,. .... $12.50 :.
;: Our selection of pearl beads, ear rings Life time pen and pencil sets, in attractive :;:
FIFTEEN PLANES WILL BLATE BROTHERS :,: and costume jewelry is the largest to Diamond and platinum bar pii$245lo from
::
BE IN AIR HERE
!: and best that have ever been offered boxes ... $10.75 $12.75 :i:
(Continued from page 1)) :. in this section of the state., $330 .;-
:!: Kiddies set in sterling Desk sets, Ci7 rat to 7I :_:
and Lieutenant Herb Rawson, Miss New arrivals in ad- $3 00 $ 00 Diamond Dinner Rings !
: necklace and bracelet ... .. marble base. 'O
Jeanne Durand, famed parachute vanced Spring Dresses ;.: as low asDiamond .. .. .$20.00ly :!:
jumper and R. H. "Dick" Armstrongof s; Sterling silver bud vases, Universal pen and pencil sets, In -i.

the St. Petersburg:: publicity bureau BLATE BROTHERS ',:- special price ....... ......... ..... $145 white and pearl I, rings, rad I reduced, -a-

From Tampa the delegation will include --:i: :. special ... .......... ............ $3.95 some as $10 00 .I ::
Captain A. B. McMullen and Eight and half inch sterling candlesticks low as ........................... :::
'. See our special tray of ladies beautiful ::
value $10.00 -
E. S. Hensley of the McMullen flying 666 ;:. DIAMOND MOUNTINGS A
school while another instructor, Alex ... now only......""...".."........... $4.75 I set rings I value I $10.00 ( AA A line Platinum and white A.. ,
complete of ,
;:. to 22.50, now ............ .... .. $5. ;;.
Brunn and Charles Johnson of the is a Prescription for ;: gold settings in the newest styles .:
:. Attractive almond dishes with handles This' Is the one value cannot afford
: you :::
COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE -
Parks Aviation College are coming with beautiful blue white diamonds : ..
r I :3 i:, j just the girt I for th e bridge to miss.Diamond -t
from Sarasota. Fort Myers delega BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.
$ 75' which will! be specially mounted to y.
; table I I .
tion will include Charley Nash and It is the most speedy remedy known. 3:.:, now only. cluster I \ rings I special I price, your or d..:...
Baby of sterling
..
:
WANTED-To repair furniture-, .::. CUi to $7 vso $38.00 $60.00' !

desks, counters shelving, ice boxes, Shop early-visit- our :: International Sliver picture frame, ....SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS :!_:

locks and cars. Hard jobs our special Gift Department> :!:: : .WATCH REPAIRING BY 9 1-2x11, $15.00 value P7 GIFTS NOW AT THESE UNUSUAL :;: '_

ty. General Mechanic Lang Hotel, :/: : ;. HIGHLY TRAINED EXPERTS now ... ............ .. .. $ .45 SA VINCS :.
Clewlston. BLATE BROTHERS _: -:.

2tp ___ L_.........__.J ..:::4.. : '

I ::: ALLRED JEWEIJR Y CO ::1:: "
A complete run of all "Arrow torts" make :::

the season's shades in a Splendid if tg. .:i.: ..

Vanity Fair Hosiery 1115 First St.ALLRED ON JEWELRY IS LI KE STERLING ON SILVER Fort Myers, Fla. ::
BLATE BROTHERS .
..
. BLATE BROTHERS ...:..:..:..:.:..:_:..:..:_:..:_:..:uu:..:u:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:4.-: : : .:_:_:..:..:._:. .:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:__:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:n:..:..:..:..:..:..:n:..:..:..:..:n:..:..:..:..:n:...:.:..:._:..:u..:_:..:...:..:_:..:_:.

:-:..:..:-:-: :-.:..:..:. : :..:_:_:_:..:..:_:_:..:-+.:_:..:_:..:_:u:..:..:_:.:_:_:..:_:..:_:_: :_:_:..:_:..:..:-:-:-:.-:-:..:-:..:..o-:. :..:.:_:..:..:..:_:..:..:u:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..: : :. :..::.:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:.:..:...;.-.:-.: .:.-.:..:. :.-.:..:..:.-.:-..:-..:..:..:..:..-:.-.:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:-..: .:..:..-:4.:.'.:..:-.-.:-..:..:..:.

/'
I .' .. .
r' "
: :
: ; d : : .
i ..,
.:. ; ': :::
..( to
:- .;. Q




II: (kJL\JLtl- : ., :' ;' ;l INj\JGV; : : .' From The Citizens of / !..Ii.-



j --. F ort LauderdaileTO I '








THE GOOD PEOPLE OF CLEWISTON


.
.

... .. <" '
: C "

I ..: ,',.,, ,', :,,' ::; ..':rr' <.,.. ;. ..;'" '; .: : .. : :. : '. ::::, '.. '. ; : ': :: ::.' ., .'.:, .. ....1 Y < 'I :;, ,:: "' ;:l: : ..,., ::1:


:-!.:. ANDREWS AVENUE CLEANERS : \.j..:.''::-.,;.:; SHIPS' FROM PORT EVERGLADES, WILL. SOON 'POINSETTIA.PRIN'IN.q. .. .CO. ...';-;.);;;:) .h.',.:'' :' -, :", '.. '\/.'.,"';,:. :!.:
'
:: BROWARD COUNTY PRINTING CO. ROBBINS, INC. : ::: '? ;:\ ': .' '.' ';: '" ." :j'-: :'. :::

*-.. DUN LAP SHOPFIRESTONE SAIL TO THE MARKETS OF THE WORLD WITH L. P. SMITH INC. ... .:. ::: .,.-:.:..{.::. :' ,-:.'> :" ; "/..I,. :'"..t'. ..'.. ::': f

:: TIRE STORES INC. CLEWISTON PRODUCTS. WE HAVE MANY TARPON LUMBER CO. '.; .>./ : ''. '. .\.:.;'.:.> (;'" .;. j


\. FORT LAUDERDALE DAILY NEWS .0..*'. THINGS IN COMMON. OUR DESTINIES ARE 77 TIRE COMPANY '. ': ):%.-*.:. '. :,, ;/ .:;' :;: i

:: FORT LAUDERDALE MERCANTILE CO.' ;\ CLOSELY LINKED. JOHN BUNINC ;.-;'< ".:"',:v..:." .. ; : .<.: : .':' :;: ( !
:
.; J. F. KARNATu $, ,* .. .. A/ KATZ & COMPANY. \ir:.:;" .
"
.. : J
,.. .. : -..: '_ .: :.. .;. :. .. ..:._ .-tl_ :" ', ';' .. : .
:LAUDERDALE: i; : ;_ ::: (i.
>
: .

;..4: VITSKY'S NEW YORK STORE.V: .'. ;. ._ ...... .. ." '. '"... ., ,... ,..\; .-.. .,:" .'.. jVILL1Al1S-M'WILLIAAIS ICE CREAM' ", .9.' .i.4': 4!

:!: NORTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY V>/ / / ) : -. :: > \. .,: .< .. GENTRY BROS. PAINT CO. : .>'. "''- : "
.. .. I. :. :'. .: ..,. : .' ,. ', .. ,. .:\ .. (fv &.;. :;:.
.. .. .
.
.: ; :;; : ::: j-.: .. ." ;.... .'. : ; ; .
.
OCEAN MOTOR '. ..< :, .: ;s' ; I.- ". X. .. ._
; COMPANY : : :-: > : '..' : ; : < R. C. SNOW SEED STORE i..;:;. !
::: :,:. ":- :)1'f ,: ;. -''-, :'' "r.< ... ,' : r.. '. \. .;. ,
+ PEASE BATTERY SHOP .''*. .::."r/.t:4: J'i"::" ..".';. r :":' '. :' ,> -*'.. ''. ', W. H. SWAN & CO. V. ,i} ':'l, :::
::: <' < :>ff.';' : f.) : :\ .. '. .. '. ,. .. ., ,,; : ;: <;>,:,r:{ .;-
..:..... PIONEER INC. \ :$, ..- ;..';...: ,;',-v-;! )'"'''{ '_.' . ,', ../". ..'. .. ., ........' >. ,.,'' .:;"._.' SEMItfOLE\ CHEVROLET CO.V: ?....;.,.;'-{. :. .
"j..i. ;
.- ;:".;..:,<-":\. : : .' .. ': ':
: '
:. '. .< .' .-: ; .. } BROWN SODA SMOKE\ :-.: ,\: :;:
.. .,,. Y '\' .
i>;i: ;'; ; : ? :; \ ; 'I';:: '; .
: : : ; ; : (

I : F'Y' ; : :: t; ,.. .' .1





i.;. The Fort Lauderdale Merchants Association ""f.;.



l FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA I


:.:. I

.x!. ..
.:. .:;.


:."!.':-,....t-"'. .rrr--'T.--r.-. .1.-. . .....-.. ."."...-."..,..,.-..""'....,.......,"...... ,"......<-..........-. +..-........-..-........-..-..-..-..-......-6-----. . :....... ....-:-:.:..:..: ..:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:..:-..-: :-:..:-....:............-.................-..-..-..-.....-... ..: :..:..:....-........:....-......-..........-..-..-....:....-............:-..-..............-..........-......-..-......-.,................-..........-..........-4.-J.'._..-..-..-..-..-..-,:y h!: /.'.

'
:



-
1 ''''JWd: :'"'-" > ,.__ .-..._ : ;--, .. -- ,- --.____
101 _h_' '''''''''' :, ,'._ _. ,...1 ,r

,r ,
. v -
,' r J


. ,' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929V
':'f''*' ._ _.' -":=RM .W OQ,. U.T'UC.-v m CLEf VIS TON NEWS, CLEW1STON. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

-- ,

f. AT THE KETTLER ".fit 1:1"t.!n nT Til n u n n.n nrn II u I, :iiiiisSfyrtstmas;; : ;: 1 tlTiTil.Tr u u u u I t1iT Ti!.1.J.m l u a n .n. u n n I'.I"I-I'' It II.I"I.I' u u I
ifnli1ii
iTiiTiTiiTiTiiTiTi
; II tiT, TiT Ti I.iTiTiiTiTiiTiTiW--:
J;
<:<;:: "The Virginian"! The picture thatI =1;
o.a. i
'.
you've always wanted to see! It's ? -'-
". : :
, coming to the Kettler Theatre West -

I Palm Beach, on Saturday, December ,''J. > : { t ," i '---, r : .
: '
J 14th and plays four days. Its said to i't

\: "- be the finest out-door all-talking picture I i B.I ( at txwbini: i iiti

1 ever made. So keep the starting ;. .'.. :

' date in mind, and make plans' to ; ; /
: see '
; It ., i ; : .. -
: :
". it once or more during the four days. t : *= a
iti
"The Virginian," based on the novel : '
: ill ;
. by the same'' name, waswritten by \ ; ;

Owen Wister in the SO's, and is knownto i-**;- ,. -.,. =._ ._

.
this day as one of America's great- '11. ;; ', -: ; -
-
I .. .., .. ;t;
- '. 7' ; '
:- .' est literary classics. Wister and La- ; ,. ". ", ;K, <,-w''c'r-P''b..i: : ; "":';' T1r. "
; .. : "' .'::.: { : 9ftP, 'ui. f.J'k

:.\ Schalle then transcribed it into a play = I'J" .:.1i;.,:,;, .,11!)-Ai. 'lt ...N,,.t,..; "t/'Y,,}\..,-;.:\" .I:-;'fM-. ........c.n.:' :-: -.

.(:.;r;J :"..:'.' which became one of the enduring. -' 'A'"'''I 1' ''. 'i'''-f1._'j'... li-.'...... .,.....-.....'" ,07r"j.,. ..'. .l....,:"..;"a I..J., .4' --_ -_
1'! :',:: :, favorites of the American: and European -' = ir : ....."... '" '.,:.. ,6i' : -
"' t ..l ', .
' ,.:,-.:,:i .oil, stages. The part of the Virginl- I L; ; .': ': : '. r 4 .' ;! 1Jt.h.t ijfr", :,' '" ; i.h-: ." : :.t. ;e
;
, and was established on the stage .. .. ,N !
some : : .
,; '.
.. : I ;! .1 f.ir.-r.\-f ti ; ., ....... ::.t...
; .. years ago by the late Dustin Farnum. ; I !t !. ;f '"! .. ,;- '.n\"t. -.;; -

.f r. "'.t-:; And now through the medium of the I t jj ;=; 10il0 _t1.t.;.:.' .,. \t'f.(.;("t-v--r;;;;:;,st r<.1':m,. !"n." T"._.,,.'I(4'1't4. ..."" --}:.' :-.ui..Q.a-iS-...., '-..._.I'l I P'f.(;,." I.I ;t;

: :rr q all-talking screen this famous novel [ !:? f$ P" "'I'V:!' 1f !r =-' t';" .. .d
I
.. -!#i" ;": ;' : if1 ,n-i'ii'. "''1''r.r' 'J ; -
:I L",: .' -, comes to you in a new and more realistic .- o:..'.. .''. 1..h" ,-lJ'Y.L"f.... ,.If..;: .'..,.;:,..,..;,.t..-t-- ;... .,, -'..,.-, -.d.1 .. '. .'r,!. -._ _.-
dressing. All the f } '-N :. m
:f:' gripping sounds ;
'!'" all the spectacular scenery will be l 4.'i'I" : : ( t

k:r.:, 1: ... brought together in a realistic plot, .,: :, 1'- .,..... .: '. : ', ,..,: !',-. .- "-:' .II' JI--, i'\. \
.JI .II rJ.
'i"\'' '.: rich in comedy dialog, action, cowboy I ,.,<' .;., a ; -.;. ":j. ; ?'\' '.. ,,1:',I I.

,,. singing and high romance when "The ,' ":' ,:. ::<.:;. "
'7' ,:, Virginian" shows at the Kettler. = = '', Main Store r
.; ',- : : .:. ; Downtown' Miami
'.,:, I
.
; -
\ Gary Cooper, the handsome, rangy 'f .' = = =+;

i-/,. exponent of out-door life will be seen -:<..:. .. : I
and heard : .- -; : : ", .- ... ..< _. _' ", .. i
;:.'<: in the title oleFor the : \ _.. ,\ .". ;f: '; C\: :'> .' ;r".'.,' .-; '" =+; l
:
':!.'i'. virile .- : :. -
;:: character which this role re : : '. m
',: :I ...! ., ? .:< !
: quires, there .
could not have ."" 4 ..
) probably : !:6" ', ."' i !
; ; .' : .
!
: .
J
been ,. fl :' I
?'. a finer selection made. This part ", : --":; .
: .. ,yo.' ;- I
SUBSCRIBE FOR =+=
is Cooper's first all-dialog part; and "S : i. A' 1 j m !
), ; : : RONEY PLAZA SHOP "
.. BOULEVARD SHOP :
Ills deep resonant voice alone, Is one } \: .. .

:\ 'A,: of the features of the picture. Salter :., :.. '... <,.-. ';';.5. ':f',: Miami Beach ":.:', .'t.iti C'. Biscayne Boulevard at 14th I

Euston, veteran of teew York : : J. ': ; '. .: : : '
:
/ ;
:: : .
-. .
\ :.J. e ; ; ,
: stage; and wlio will lie remembered 5 THECLEWISTON t :
.
f} ., .. t .. ..) ". .11:0", .:v '. ;'J.t tr ,
>}.;" for his roles in "Gentlemen of the :. :;:< I
ii" : .....
'A"
F: := .' Press" and "The Lady: Lies" will be .S;+ ;

I <,: seen as Trampas, the villain of the ;cF { > :(:. ; / iii ;

f.-.,',::.,.;;.., play. Richard Arlen and :Mary Brian. : NE S\\ : ;iti;t;; ./>f,.;'"":<.;.0;, ." f,

RJR- : have the leading support roles. { I ". i:' ''; : :\

f i c1{ ;. ; Other features to be seen and heard : ra

t E Jo ', with this famous all-talking out-of- 'p.: ;:} ; .: :?! &: I : : :i:'A ;, 3Burdirie Stores !

ij:);..'. door novel will] be Van and Schanck, ', ......" ifi

!' :': :.';:. tw of the most entertaining stars '. ", ';" PHONE. 339 .: : '/ ('.;: : ; I

('" which come 'to the- audible screen. :-' ,' ,. / !
Z
'
,, -2 / .' 1 .'::'; :." 'I
< ,, They will delight with the same r For II I
: you
: Ready ;+;
1\' : : \ : :
.." style of harmony which only these :) I <. ;; : ; : ;d
ejJ f T
f ;.1-\:, two have mastered. When last seen \ Y -: ,/ ;.' ? : :, ,; { ,i
'ktT.,' ; :: : : : :.'. ..'\"' ,,.,,, ;.'.,. ..". "
!
;
:: on the Kettler screen-tage it will be : ; 'Iii
: / ( : I
: (2. : .7
f (;_ remembered that they presented that i .: ,: .., Ch ./ )
;+;
< \ rlsimas 'I
.
.1., Down Southin ,
appealing song "Away : : > '. ;

Heaven which was so beautifully ? / .'.. "." .;j, .:, >.- :.'.; ':"'. ..'- Il I
i ,.:. :. ',5' .t
-
: ..,-
harmonized. Another feature will be :} c '\ : / I Ik.'I' Ii'
F / :i' : ) ';' : : <. .
.
.
:- ; : ;. '
;;, one of those popular song cartoons .... .. .,, ,- {: ...-... ,.. :. ;' ;+; I I
'
'
:': : ..., I -c--, : ; '. ': '
: : : ,
: : "
: ;: : : : : : : ;
,; : : its j
.
,: -i :
titled "After The Ball: a song that I /1. : '.. -.J..t. : ";jo "..' : "'- -' ". ". ". .. ,:' '" _

a;::' -' was popular in another day: and j I '..... .<' ,, :,. ..',..' .....:.:"..''\ ,'...:,;-,'..\.,. .'1!''' .. : .. : .::'.0t....,...'.; :II

.' :; which has been "done over" in present -- =. 'J"\ .:.' ;; '. '<. .-.,' -" ,. ,9.'. ;+; I I(

k. day style. A third of the shorter, == .,'-': '. .- .
,. ', tii< II
'} : ." _
:: : features will be a collection of many [|' = = ,'' .,-' ",...,' It': .' I

,(t>._ interesting events and persons, bothat < .. ; : vv.: :, ; :' Burdine's is ready with the greatest collection of Gifts II
I
.vifc'tf :;
.
/. ... home and abroad as seen and heard -. .... ''; :, '-'': it has ever assembled. Imports from the four corners of -
World- ,. '. '. .; 1'.... : l' :' .' ; 4 : &. <:: -'
/ by The Eyes and Ears of the i; : : ; 'r-'.. .: .. < : r : !f : : the earth: -and the finest things of America manufacture : I

'....' Paramount Sound News. ,+ :: !L ':, ,1(:.:} : are shown in three convenient Burdine stores. Mrs. Gray, Ljft.a !f
; : ;
;'- Follwoing the close of- "The -Vir ., ,' II
ginian" engagement, and on Wednesday : X" < <:.g;:,: :'-;:.< : \ Burdine's personal shopper, will gladly assist visitors in I'
i. '
,
Thursday and Friday comes "Dy ; ( ,,' : <:_ their shopping. The information, desk on the street floor u
I '.') ':.: . .
.. -
namite," the story of which deals with | 1: {,:. : ; ? ': will provide any information you wish about.Burdane's :" -

.ir ultramodern society. It is hardly fair | stores, and there's an interesting, gooklet about Miami and r-
to reveal the basic theme on which r >,; ,:. :.' I
\ I. ,;" ... Burdine's which we'll! be glad to send you upon request. :. [
:' "Dynamite" has been made because I.I a .: ." I ." r = =
f ; .. itij
o : : :,
..
: ;t;
it different from .it '
: is so strikingly any .
.
I !' other picture, that patrons have a a t- p51 .- .:'-'l'I.-,.:.:. .. ," J. .., .." / .. .. .,. ., ,'f, .< ",_ ..'l.:': ,' ,;;,.,' .:.,...;.;..._': .:..,"' ,';;:;jf.":" ', i ,i iHJ 1 I

';. right to get the whole story as a surprise -I '' y ,, ',_',, r i. ;:\ !:j}.. ;i: ;[':E;; fN: :<;:} :';:':;".;\, ;: ,;,;: I

:
Is :
" :' on visiting the theatre. It :
:( sufficient to say that the story deals I i'f'' .4 4 '..?, '"\,:'".. I' : '. .' \ .: '. aiLliil .
_
,
:
::1: "
:- -: :-, : r" ": : i .. \'.. = :
I-: with a young society girl and her relationship l '" V.--r lI i
,
i/-/ ] with a pole-playing dilettante I \ : >; : : ,. i./
; :
: : I : \ : : 'c : : '; ':: : ; + ; : '" i.I
The i. '. : 'f : : ; : : i> ; ,
'r& and a two-fisted coal miner. .' : : -*' p :" :: ',-% "-'" : : :-v ?:;: ;:- : :
> '
.
.
.:: '- it is said to ; } ?: '. ', .
climatic scenes, which :1 -';. I .
;" take: six weeks to make, occur in' amine ;' ?;;:; l !S ; = ,.:' .,/ = =

.
'
it. a ;.I;
'' a thousand feet under the earth. '. ,, .' .. .' '
.- ;; .: ::, : ff.= .' ( m-
miner, '
Chales Bickforcl as the coal : '

, r ': Kay Johnson as the society girl, Cyn- u- ,M ,' .. \ ., Bring The J d tl

thia Crothers, and the redoubtable + ; s aG !-; "'". :' .' ;t;
;E
fi Conrad Nagel in the part of the dilettante J? I % n p'r y H -. :'.:. 1 ,' = =
= ;; -
? ; contribute some of the best per- Children T. -

formances the talking screen has ev K I : > : il, Y

: er seen. ,. .., '..to..'..'.., .
'
"Dynamite" is packed with what its :'T'I. .-:, I 01'-

r title indicates. It not only has some- f =]I. ;: if.; :! Toylandi f. e

..4. Jhlng of Interest every picture goer .
effect ,i'.',, 1. ,,' ,' -
x likes, but it supplies a mass ; .

that is startling and absorbing. Jt is :/ 6th Floor j ji
t- I! :' .. ,
.) unquestionably one of Cecil B. De- v t J, Nql:,' =- ". ... ;: *
r :" ..'; rY
.:' Mille's greatest efforts and as exciting ; ,
\i
.. ). ., a two hours in the theatre as / '';-/ Toyland is aglitter with the most won- / /
\ ifi
,
.:;:: you are likely to experience this sea "A N ounce of / ',' derful toys for good little Girls and

"'11.;",,:'" son. prevention is t';:: Boys. And jolly old Santa Claus, himself : iti

i;}:':." Equally important as the feature worth a pound of IN FE is here. Come, and tell him what you V ,

'' ; on this program, will bo seen and cure.'* It is always ". V : :
Christmas. =
want for
('?? ..: heard an excellent talking cartoon better to protect ..
'
t':. which is said to be one of the :
,
comedy .than
". t. to pay the price of of our patrons prefer to 'J
'
.. funniest short features that has so : :
r I.
neglect Sunshine Serv- drink the water from melt- .

'71:"; : far come to the Kettler. The third to ICE protects your .health. ,ed ice because of its purity. .. .." .. -' .'.
unit of this will be found
\ : program It preserves your food and Remember Sunshine Servpwveots r I
be the latest issue of the invariably V -
I'9': bad I. : t ;
which ICE. You tan ': -
:< interesting Pathe Sound News, .. =
to "The World in Sound" Ha developJ3&iS
.f'. brings you buy
. : :
'1Be t.and 1$ =
7y.:
ii a rl
made of
fmrift
rz -
.
;:. .. Men's neckwear, Sox, &ta. tested t with the Orange '
va.

!<:.: '. and many other useful tee* frown ekar S@va* Embkm 1 ..",..:' .

;: ';. ;- gifts at ,.a:1faD.t: { -today. ':' ,., Burdiiusr

"'. BLA BROTHERS

.
f} Now is the time to buy .

or: I. that new Suit of Clothes 1 gi= V : :
; :
i. /
:: a complete line at ati J1d1 !: V ti-

BLATE BROTHERS .
.! ..1'.11' '181'1'-11' 11" 'IJ. !l.1.lll.1.l.I.! |! !!l.I.! !l.J.lJl.1.! !! !l.1.! !l.I.! !l.J.! .f'" !! !!
:ttt.r.r.r.iT:1ir.J; ; 81111-1' l.I.1''.jll''Jl.J..1.l.I..i.L' '
r.TiiTiTiiTiTiiTiTiiTi I II iTiTiiTiliiTiiiiTiTriTiTi: I TiTiifj'rf I : {r. iII 1 II iiTiTiiTiTi TiTiiTiTil t

.' ..:....... .


a

t



I'f
--- --
--
--
--
----
--
-----



....-,.
.. ..
.. ,
R .e : I .- ,
.r' L-

.,

PAGE EIGHT CLEW1STON NEWS CLEWISTON. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929

_v

", t, 1 i a'1.\'t1.\'ta'1.\'t1.\'t r r 1.1.'t 1.\\r r : COMMUNITY CONFIDENCE SINCE 1897 ,tin : b. ,r, 1.\\.. b r b b 1.1.1.1.\\.. t r b 1.1 r rt r b k b a1: /b



I' DEEP CUT PRICES E D C R 0 SSDEEPCUTPRICE'SIM I II :


L

Effect EVERY DAY DRUG 1 a?;

51 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI, FLA. 50c Mennen's Shaving Cream . 34c 29ftv
1.00 Listerine . . . . 67c '
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste . 33c '
[ Prescriptions Filled By f Mail Orders Shipped |
I 98c SERVICE and VALUES I
1.50 Agarol . 1 Registered Pharmacist Same Day Received I
77./ 50c Phillips I Milk I Magnesia. . .3 cAspirin iiifi

100 . .
1.25 Bayer 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste . 32c 2#I

E,4", 6flc Bromo Seltzer 38c50c 1.50 1 Petrolagar J . . $1.09'1
s 1 Y :.i
Auto Strop Blades----. 33c60c 4 r 1.25 Pinkham Vegetable Comp. 78c ', '


,E! Bisodol . '. .' .". 45c 45c Pluto \Water . ... . . 33c ,
-
& 40c Fletcher's Castoria t .' 25c8flc ry 35c Vicks Vaporub '. ..... .25c50c tl,1.:

7 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 37c25c ( Williams/ Shaving Cream 34c ::
Prices In : t. Mail Orders Sent SJ 1

..' Carter's Liver Pills 18c75c This Ad ;. c'o/ es Cod Liver Ext..75c; ,I -
Good Until On Items. So

i!!; Oextri Maltose 59cGGc ChristmasNow DesignatedAH 60c Zonite . . . . .'. 43c J ,
\ r Y1 /
'
Forhan's Tooth Paste . 36c50c 1.00 Coty's Face Powder,.:.,. . .79c :T 1
'. : just before Chi-isimas shopping reaches its peak;, the Red

f? Gillette Razor Blades .. 33 c Cross Drug Store offers the people of Clewiston and South Central 15c Saymans Soap . . . 1 10c50c :,
M' q.. Florida the same opportunity as the people of Miami to secure drugs

1.00 Ovaltine 74c and Christmas Gifts at prices that really save you money. The prices liinds I Almond Cream r . . 33c
of all the items in this ad are the same as you get in our store, nothing a

*1 1 1.00 Nujol 64c has been added to cover mail orders. For the benefit of those v/ho do 45c Kotex . . . . . 29c35c &
not know the "Red Cross"' as Miamians know it, the Red Cross DrugStore 0

1.00 Horlick's Malted Milk I . 69c5flc is Miami's Oldest and Busiest Pharmacy. It is NOT a chain Mum . . . . '. 24c60c
"' store, but is locally owned and operated. When you ccrne to Miami we
&: I Ipana Tooth Paste 32c35c want you to be sure to come in and get c.v:1:::nted. falsified Shampoo . . 37c I ?


: Energine r 23c Welcome! Everglade .Motorcade Welcome! 65c Ponds Cold Cream . ',' 39c t

Add 10% to the cost of these
Add 10% t" tile cost of these extremely extremely a
e. deep cut items for mail o).ders. to MIAMI 1 and the RED CROSS! deep cut items for mail orders. / : ..

!;;?
UI
I

IA II;'" Page F u II 0"risl 1m t mas "uggestlonsJ: '


\!
(ff. r


13 for ivervone at Woiey Svng: : Prcesh : l! ".


,"it (.

i." ...,: M' ::1'': "f <:'
I for i Hfi Yi ; .
TOYS KIDD: GHiFTS.1@f9 Gl1JFTSf@fr1 & I &L if.N:, .. '.'r
the 'G.? .- '.
e trJ fj W df:! ?!l t-ffiiil :
I eti k rk HER .5 HIM 1 8 V 1J: -".t. R,, .::''':
1 '
.
Ie J .: ':
''e 30-inch Steel $3; 90 Imported Toilet Waters Shaving Bridge Lamp . $1.69 '$1.98 $2.49 ,. ; ,'.
j Dump Trucks . . .. Guerlain's . $11.00 Brushes 75c to $7.50 ..--;
**iv s Coty's $4.00 to $13.00 Razors S9c to $10.00 iti Shadow Lamps ... . '," .1.00 ,. :;
*& Razor Blade Sharpeners ( Grill Stove . .. .,. ... .'. 2.98. -_;.' ,_'.::
ty Aero3 $1.49 Houbi- '
II planes . 69Cto ,1 .i, gant's .$1.50 to $6.75 ,. .'. $1.00 to $4.69 I Table Grill .. '.:;" ....-..".. .<.>.. ...,, .. : -,.75. gj?; .,. ." :.':":'I

e (.Some That Actually Fly) Ciro . $4.00 to $8.50 Men's Combination Electric Irons-; tfr i1:.'.;; .S I".,;.:,, 0

Djer Kiss ... . $2.00 Shaving Sets Wil- . .$1.98, $2.98$3.9.; $.").9-, $7.49 '.:-. v :' _
e Velour Dogs, Red, liam's Mennen's
:'
Large :
39
$1 1 Roger & Gallet $2.00 t Percolators:3 i i '<
e Bu, Brown and Black It Melba, Colgate's, ..',
.. k I D'Orsay, $2.00 to $12.00Yardley's. Houbigant's and up. . . . . .'. -. 2.49 fi' -

t Doll Wardrobe 49c ,. r Narcissus Noir. 75c. .to$12.50$1.75 Coty's 89c to $5.00 8-Gup . . . . . ?.98..1J:s ..-. (

Trunk . Gabilla . . $4.75 Pocket Flasks, 93c to $5.00 5-Gup, Nickel] ,and Copper 5,29 J$ 1
p Rigaud's, $3.50 to 6.00 Cocktail Shakers $2.98 Reversible Toasters.$2.98 and $4.50 Jk: )) .../.

(& All Metal Aeroplanes That 149 Lentheric : . $6.00 Pocket Knives . 89c ) Two-Slice Oven Type Toaster. 5.45 j-J), ,.

gg? Really Fly $1.19 and JJ Compact Vanities Hair Brushes, 69c to $4.50 Monarch Toasters. ... . . 1.39 ?:#.r.i' ::'. .. "

fIi? Spirit of St. Louis Co 1 \\4 Hudnut's Vanities Men's Comb and Curling Irons- f$ ...,' ,
? tion Sets. 98c, $1.34, struc$4 e 59 I $1.00 to $10.00 Brush Sets . $2.69 . .'. 79c, 98c, $1.49, $1.98, $2.29

,.. M Coty Van- Prophylactic. Military I Electric Corn Poppers . . .98 ..
e Brush a g
ities $1.00 to $2.50
? Ail-Metal Zeppelin Construction Table Lamp, parchment shade. 3.95 -
53 ..
gs Houbigant Van- Sets ., $2.29 to $6.29
:' Set-89c, $1.34, o ities $1.00 to $2.50H. Military Brush Heating Pads, 3 heats.. $5.50 and $7.501, "

,, H. Ayers Van- Sets $3.95 to $13.49 *& Waffle Irons- '::
& Yankee Scout Airplane, Td "a's ities ., $1.00 to $5.00. Men's Traveling SetS- Single. . $3.95, $4.98, $8.9511.00 |g ..
. .
All Metal, Pull Toy Terry Van- Leather Twin Irons . . . . 10.95

s' Rubinstein ities $2.50 Van- to $10.00 Cases, $3.98 to $16.89 r Smoking Stand . ..,..... . 1.69 2g

Hard Margie to Doll Break, Fully. .Painted.. . ; ities 1.00' to $7.50 Bill Soft'Folds Collar. 49c to $5.00 Jug Lamp . . .'. . 1.49 g; ,

,
Kiss Van-
I : Djer Cases $2.75 to $3.49 Electric Heaters 1. -
ities $1.00 to $2.50
I Rose Marie Doll, 18 to 24 8 95 Charles of the Ritz Van- Hand-Carved Genuine $1.69, $3.98, $4.98 -
IIiJI Ins, well dressed-$4.89 to 0 ities $1.25 to $3.00 Walnut Clothes Brush "a
I Tre Jur Van- Sets, $8.97 and $11.49 :'I"" ,

Daisy Doll, 30 In. Mama ities . 50c to $1.50 .Shaving ;1$1;,
I ';, Voice Doll-69c to $5.95 Milrone Vanities Mirrors 15c to $1.49 ,1 t.l

. SOc to $3.50 Handy Tool Sets . S9c #
f
#$ "It" Doll, the Striking Hit, the Doll Domestic Toilet Waters Smoking Stands $1.69

": With the BodyTwi.t$2.9S ( Ogs 29 Colgate's 50c to $1.50 Pipe Sets . . $1.98 fEI.i
and . tDOC7 Imported : .
Orange Fancy Cigarette ) .
,
; Blossom, $1.50 to $3.50 Cases, $4.50: and $5.50 S .tI"
iS Wooden Toy: Quackie Toddler Hudnut's, $1.50 to $3.00 Fancy Imported Cigarette llOTED

Kangaroo, Train, Elephant, Camel H. H. Ayers, $1.00 to $5.00 Boxes . . $5.50 a. .
&| and Other, Melba . 50c to $1.50 Imported Cigarette PTTEY s+r GLAWAREtiEnglish

Co? each at . . . . Cheramy $1.50 to $2.00 Humidors Fancy $7.00 to $26.00 "

? O-Boy Steel Pull Toys; Busses, Deliv- Perfumes Wooden Cigar. Buralc7 War 9c to $>D.t7O 'i!7 r
Boxes 98c and $1.79
.
Colgate's SOc to $2.00
Truck, Dump Truck, Fire a
ery
''gg Engine, etc., each at . : 98 CI Hudnut's, $1.00 to $12.50 First Aid Pottery Ital1.1u ..... 98, C u S7.50 ... r s
Houbi- Kits . SOc to, $25.00 Gouda Hot t: J.\
gant, $1.00 to $125.00Coty's Watches, $1.00 to $15.00 land Ware .. 98 C to tD .98 ,.,1
Cor-Cor :
Toys Heavy Sheet Iron Con'fi
f& -
$1.00 to $50.00 Coronet EDcl1Ah .;!:;I
struction. Bus, Trucks, IceWagon Fountain Art l'7&+utltsl dfrorated and plain gLe :
$1 D'Orsay, $1.00 to $25.00 Pens .$1.00 to 11.00. / tG' wr r nOl tlD* of the tollGwi.u .
'1 i Fire Engine, etc. . Gabillas, $1.50 to $25.00 SYtee. Co Mlc Beta1ta1G.n :
u: Lentheric, $4.00 to $12.50Guerlain's Pen and Pencil (Hand Scrolled OrafetU) Ware...... $3.98 Bud"leh Cake elates Tra,. .til;n
I or-Cor All-Metal Sets $6.00 to $20.00 ALto Austrian Royal U IlkLo toll FruIt Bowl tiK.
,
Airplane $5.00 to $30.00 Limited O rmao. /ayarl\11 sad riowcr Backed :
69 cI .. Kodaks, $3.98 to $65.00 7aiwue.e flower and Bud ;:JI
Pull [Toy Rigaud's, $1.00 to $25.00 Pottery r rov,49c- t. $4.98 Yaws a
Box Boa-Bon Ian -
Corday, $1.50 to $10.50 MAyoDQAJu BtitS4ld
tr Ciro . $1.00 to $8.50 Cameras 1.49 to $4.49 ReI1.Ja Dbtes ''Iir
r Toy Golf Set, Three Club, : Bowl In
98c ,a Rosine $5.75 to $25.00 Thermos r .
Bag and One Ball AoJ numbers. of other pINe.ak-
.,
If!! Roger & Bottles 89c to $3.49 atlt It fAll .t. ",. low prlecj.- On dtr -
k Gallet, $1.00 to .$12.00 Thermos Jug tsy 'f df'1)ertmmt. .
I Football, GenuineCowhide Caron's $3.00 to $30.00 Sets $ ::95 to $14.50 a. .
9 8
. . . . ,. ;,.' Rinaud's, $1.00 to $15.00 Gallon orted J
Klytia, $12.00 and $12.50 Jug, $1.59 to $6.98 Wine ...H1 Liquor Seta ,
Steiff Original Molly Dog, ceL Makeup Ash Tray,. 15c to $1.98 \\S A large variety of patterns. Yer Tattractire ai' .
| Pups, Fluffy Cat, Lions, Boxes, $3.98 to $16.50 Fiction Books . 75c S and po u :sr. tr An excellent ,
Priced
m$1.69 -
Bear, Monkey, Powder Jars, 98c to $8.49 Boys' Books . SOc t Gift Item.
I Etc.-98c to . . $28. V TO $3.98 4lQ +

h;;i\.i. ;-11.:,..i'l -i'l..:; \!;",;rh0..ci ;'},.;' .m..Q.M '
4 \\; \\;-\\; ; \\; .



-'. -- :. '.. r; ,J' r--'

I'' .. .--.--. -
--
' I 1
: .
___
I I":" -. __ .
'--- -
---


I'I ,r'' i ry: -'- I .. -.-.. _..
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13: 1929 !
I {d, CLEW ISTON NEWS. CLEW IS TO N. FLORIDA .--. PAGE. NINE:

;1 1, -
f II l 1'i: try",United States Department ot Agriculture
'
.: La Belle News tell us that lignin is one of Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector 1'J

I the three
I great components of agri-
1' -
;
cultural wastes, occurring In the dry
{ Mrs. A, L. Taylor, Loraine Taylor
material of most vegetation, and that E P. BOGGS
;' ,! and Miss Corinne Jones were matinee (
tit it goes to waste at the rate of 40,000-
I'' U and luncheon guests of Mrs. G. I
r'' J 1000 tons a year. Now two products of JEWELER
. I. : W. Pettee in Fort Myers. ( ,
,: :
':,:1 I I value in the drug field, and possibly -"
{r;' :,'I ,. -----" I Expert Watch Clock & NEWLYWEDS ALWAYS MAKE
. t= | in the industrial field, are being Jewelry Repairs
Ji
: i i:! I"" Dr. and Mrs. John Powell motored
'!I J made from lignin on a small scale. ,
r' 'I'/'('I' to Fort Myers. These are eugenol and guiacol. Clewiston, Florida Hays B'ld'g. OUR HOTEL THEIR HOME

.::. !I'Jn,1;' !I I Cull sweet potatoes have been
r ( \ Messrs. John Webber and J. G.
wasted since time immemorial. Now
'
< j" !; Attanaslo spent a day In Fort Myers.
l,I I they are being utilized, to a small ,
h; -
extent, in the manufacture of sweet
: I!! ; \ Mrs. Wade Hampton and her three' A
"
j I[I potato starch. A sweet potato starch right start: in life with proper cooked food
daughters Miss Salie Middle borough '
c I
'. II I, factory has been established in the
: UIJ Miss Edna Moon and Master Julius I. Keeps the in
family good humor
United States. Chemists have found ELECTRIC WORK THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN
I .Moon. wre visitors in Fort Myers.
that sweet potato starch compares .
;1.. SAFETY AND COMFORT. :'
faorahly.with Irish potato starch. ;'.'
j I Tax Assessor Hurd L. Reeves and '
'!1// n Cane cream is a new product de- What more. could a young couple desire in
County Attorney H. A. Rider were in "Don't Strike Match-Press "
Chemistry.It Button
.. veloped by the Bureau of a a
Fort Myers business
on Wednesday.
.It" I is made from cane syrup from low- starting off life?

j.'" purity cane juices, and is. now being CANTRELL ELECTRIC COMPANYClewiston
: Miss Edna Dreyer entertained at
II{ j Bridge at her home in North La Belle produced commercially. Better clarification1 Fla. Phone Conn.
.
in I
I If of cane juices is resulting
'
'I f'I 11 I'II' Saturday afternoon._ better grades of mollasses and syrup ; "DON'T PUT YOUR WIFE. IN THE/KITCH

I with enlarged markets for the prod I -II
i ir '" Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor have '' ., ., .
I'1 ucts. : : : -' i EN BUT DINE AT THE WATANABE AND
i -.1 purchased a new piano. 'I
r'
.
One of the greatest problems facing : : !
i / ------- Florida citrus industry is the V : : KEEP HER FOR A PET." .
the
f /11' .... .. ., .
I :Mr. and! Mrs. J. W. Christie, Carrell ,... V.. '-: -" : : ';' ; ,': .. .' ; ...
.
i utilization of cull fruits and the V ..: .. 7' PURE MILK .I. :", ,'. .'.' : :-;;; 'i;: e:::: L, !
f ; II I I, '_J'Christie and :Miss Yoemans were visi- manufacture of by-products. This is '. '.:;" : :.;c.,,-1': ,''';., ,

, i I ; tors In Forty Myers Thanksgivingi V
'being attacked, and some success is

i I Bay. _______ 'dj being attained. You are always safe when you h yOUR
''I With the big lumber companies TIE WATANABE HOTELMRS.
j and Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Loraine
) making pulp of their slabs and saw PURE GUERNSEY MILK
I Taylor and Miss Corinne Jones spent :
dust, the big packers using

I :i Thanksgiving Day in Fort Myers. thing but the squeal of the pig everY.j : Glewistonites realize this, therefore, we have CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.,

_. time for the development of agricultural : been forced ;
L' Reverend Couliette, Pastor of the scale. I to purchase additional cows to
by-products on a large
I La Belle Methodist church has left' supply the demand.

I ;i '
! La Belle. I

I' _

J .i ;. ." The Ladies of the Methodist church FORD SALES LEAL IN CLEWISTON DAIRY I
, h ALL STATES OF UNION COMPANY
t I are preparing for a bazaar to be given S
, 'h'' V 1
,
; early in December. 1j
l '; "s' _. Ford car sales led, all other makes j 1
,F') : Tuesday I was movind day in tht In every state in the United States :-:: ==== = :: := ::: = : :: ==::==::::::=:: == / ._ =:: = :::=:>: :: :::: : =:=:=:=:c::=:;: :: .1

;, I courthouse for the Tax Collector and during the months of July, August, f

L II I':. '. d, County' Judge. The Collectors office and September, according to figures

11 was too small so an agreement ''was compiled from the actual registrations : METROPOLITAN SERVICE. 1 I

. !l'' '' made to change offices with the County During July, its percentage of I
,
I!; Judge. I the total 'was 35.13. as against 20.27 IN AN :!
'
II :. ,. '0 .. .:.d .,' .). , r', : '
I for the next highest; In August it \ r J. ,, / ;
i I : :.,; ,.//;: I .
:
} -.EVERGLADES
; ; & SETTING. i
. I'.. The Hendry County board of Commissioners I was, 36.34 as against' 19.63; and in ':', ,'. ,;,: i :i'f.::' ':' '::"','''';' ... ,.. ,t ',;...: :,i;. ., *- ,
t : .
met In their regular monthly September it was 36.95 as against I .' 's J '
I
: .
I [ { <'t: .,. ,11'
,! meeting Tuesday. At this meeting 2005. i II III :,. !; Money depositedREADY in the ; I

f- : Tav Assessor Hurl. L. Reeves formally Registrations of cemmercial cars in :: MAKE THE. ., CLEWISTON INN YOUR. HEADQUARTERS I!!,
I
.\ invited the commissioners to attend i Wayne County show an even greater I CLEWIS ;::: .. 1 t
. FIRST BANK OF TON. WHILE IN THE SUGAR'BELT. ;j
the State Tax Assessors Association lead for the Ford product during those I jI I

meeting. months. In 516, and I
July they were !

59.4 per cent as against 166 for the..1: 1 :::. Will always be ready when you call .' !

RURAL COMMON SENSE next highest, and 19.1 per cent; in '-..for it. THE CLEWISTON INN 'il(

------- .
August they were 361 and 55.2 per ; 11

"Waste not, want not" is an adage cetn as against 157 and 24 per cent; V CLEWISTON FLORIDA jf i
S
( ,that has had following Our banking facilities and policy as'
some in September they were 505 and 53.3 I ., .

, .. years and years. Yet: it ij only in recent -: pe rcent as against 177 and 18.7 per I I :sores you full protection at all. time: I I
----
.. years that the principle: of re- cenL I \ I
ducing large-scale wastes has been

J ..;. applied to American farming and ag- Ii i ,' You need not worry over your valu" ........

'f. ables when deposited with *
ricultural'products. The industries I III' us .

I :. have made by-products out of what EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FIT ; ..-. :.- : : ,: .
: I I ,:. : J'V'"i:: : : ; .J.. ,: /\ .,.' ,:..: ,
were formerly wastes. In a .few cases I SAFE CONSERVATIVE BANKING ''-.' '
II' FED BY A PHYSICIAN SPECIALIST :- ,,
II,
.l .
agricultural by-products have been .
'
I I .. ,. .
s ,f. 5. made and used. However, the chemists PRICES REASONABLE I II \' :
.
. are giving more thought to the I ., j.
I r : -, '. : Ii
'
.
: utilization of farm wastes now, than
I FIRST BANK OF CLEWlSrON d
,
I Pahokee '
Optical Co. :
ever before. I : i
I i ;. Paper and fiber board are now being I : : ; ;'! ;" t. r'
Located in Kerr's Store, :
Jewelry
-
:
. ; I
.
;' made from cornstalks. Formerly Wilder Bldg. Pahokee i.r.h'i: : : T'i:
'
l;ii}, no one ever thought of using any- I :

! i thing but the grain. II I .. :
1 5 t- : BUILDERS!. '..
*,:-?. ... '. V
-
, fl, Chemists of the Bureau of ChemiI -- .< 5. ':'.

I, ., -. -I .. \ '.<. .,.: I'

, .' .

'I '. :. ,.;;,;\."'. .5 :'if ,:_ ,,:, .".', \ > ; ;:, :. .. "

I, ,.""..(....'' :''.,, :T ::.:: 1\'. '. : ;';: .t' : ': ft i'S. '> ; THERE, IS NOT A HOME, STORE OR :

.
: :\: .:. R
I :
'
-
I i i'i'. ': DR. J. C. NOWLING ; : ., J ;"rT WILL PAY'1,; :. : APARTMENT TO RENT IN CLEWISTONAT
"
:'."; ,-. I }; .'. > \ .
.-.:'.' Hopkins Building, .
.
'
f .-' ..:: :-, .. : ANY PRICE AND THERE IS A LONG
: : : : : {
; .
,
: :
,':, CLEWISTON 'FLORIDA :" : : : t g:)

.. ,
.. WAITING LIST OF PROSPECTIVE TEN

I TO GET DETAILS ON THE POSSIBILITIES FOR IN :>. ;. "

",:; :;:.

!. .VESTMENT '''.;.: '.. ANTS. .. ;
I .
"

Ij.j. : ':).1 ... '. <. ,L ." ..' : ,, : ::,, \ ..i, ,.",: '..:': : :
; I
; .;., '. : .:. ,::: ...:, :,' :. : .." ,<: :, ; ; .': :; : : .'

:; > '' ... ,. ..' V
'' "
:
1 J. W. EZELLE D. D. S. : '' THAT TELLS THE STORY.v:
., .. } .
I '. :> : .. '
:.:i. '. (Dentist) .. : ; : : ; ..
<.. .: -;... e' .:: .' :i ; MAIL COUPON NOW ',
: ;
: : ;
: :
I' ; .:: : X-RAY LABORATORY ...., ,', ..:':. : .J.
c ; .:r, : < : .: -'' ,:,...::.., /,: } : '. "
:..I.. :. .: ... .' .... 's
.' .:. .
I ; ,. \t .; CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING AS "
: 1 ..
,!:.'.'.. I Hopkins Bids. .. '; i' ".- 'J. ;,.:!. .,;,,',.' ,.' SO C I AT ION. '. :. ,'
," '
,
.r.: (; \ ;
Y1 ,_ .. .. For ,Details Write to
> Fla.
Clewiston Fla I "f. ":'\ Clewiston,
.
'
'
'
; f: .'S, .... .
[ Y : / .. '. ;:: .' '. Gentlemen-I I am interested In '
.
-It.. .
"" ... I
for Without
.a'
plan saving.
I'I' ':!\: .. ......,-..:. your easy
: : ; "y. obligation to me, please send me full CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
c '
.
;:b:'::S BE INSURANCE ... ". ": .. : information. ..

.' 5- / Name ............................................................ Florida'IN
Clewiston
.
; ;' .
: : MINDED'LIF .: Address ........,................!............................... ... ,

,
.
So. State's: THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S NEW

ACCIDENT &, HEALTH
.
; BOWL"
Mutual Benefit SUGAR

AUTO AmericanvW. .
:- .
: FIRE & STORM : CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSNV .

"' Mass. Fire, Marine Rochester S .. ,

5_' V American New Jersey. Clewiston .. ..< ; Florida

:< / : ; . ; -" :
: ...' : ::.:'F' .
."
.S' I
.
.. 'i.
S. W. POWELL : : :
I ; : ,
., '. \ J. ; ;" ., 1
'
: i=' ,
Insurance Agent City Hall Bldg : 1. .

Pahokee Fla. I i -V ": :. V. '. I








.. .
h
'I



.:... : 9V -
= -----..-
.
;: ,
i % t
-

CLEf VIS TON N.EWS, CLEW1STON FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929JELOTEK
,J ... "
r _II Tn 1 I 1 iiliJil'1l iII{ ( W
1 IT 1 r 1t-' ":': WdN.h.- .'",....N......... .. Rl


ArI! X'l{r$ru'J: yr$ir{! !/rjr




( IM*** /"'?/,&0W0,' /p"w" *ywV. .


CERTAINUV :DID AWAY B f.iiiit W'-'< .

WITH 1HA"J, ,
i
*&t &*****?? *jLA.jf y'v&mFs.Jrf'fff?
JC } b/rQ Yl.. + ; l ..
: .rfrrrv
}}l.:)vY .r ) +
;i :
.. ..,:.l:r} .: ..
r _rN ,
., Y..1 ,_, lr/Y 'y r..w frlsr4rVi i}
= }r
iX : r. %A000b YrOMIS. }=:;= i)?X;!? } { {
{{4L :

.,,. ..,_ ... A '.r. .n...}, .... ..... ./c ./.. +;:.Y$1.{Y rIk.r'r: rr
; ;:!}fi$:: !!! .t r r. :'fi'/.f
.. ..
,s :. r... ., .;, :+r 1.5xf?:ir'l %i"f?.%,.;{': vL? T.XJ, /

.. ., ,.' ..;.__. .;; .:..........1., ..:.,!.v.:_;.... .. ,...r ...,, .. ...v.. ... .. ... ... :.' .r.h w f ri.t;+l.lh,':;,=f,.. vrv ,+ .f .. r. .
::: r} = rr .r :: r J/f
: .. .. .. ......,. .. .. .. ..... .. ... .. ... .. } : / y.,=:
: if{
.J : $ :
: {
r f
.. NW.. .:!NA .J.:... .. { r.S.... ........r..r..:r.r,.}:l.:.:.:.., .: .... : .. r. ...Nl...+..,:':.:t.. .: .,,,..;;.... .. ,: r.r;:' :!'!', } J :

.
A .r. T,. f l..f fx ,.;; l, fh r.{.,

..,

t
t








+
'
\ ,hr rp :5 .try '!hIF 11M' t .:A..ty.

Y r.ry: .

\ :,+. vti, l', ::, c ,+hYA rw{'
-ww )
r 11Nwr7YW
: 'Y ( { v.'i::; :4t} : r-' I :f ; >


r ,d
N




\ .rs
...
}xy} ac4tidln. v: Y
,,,,

14' ..
.. .. ,4 ; iiji < ,

.



-

:..,vy.

.;...v.. ....... .. :... n, \ ... .V .L r n :I ti.,{.,,.,. : (\...... > r. r. ..r ,;5:; ..}: ';}} f., y.I .J..
-
.V +r
.r} ... .. .. L .... ... ., 5. .. l .r..v. .., .L.r. ,4 Y w .... :.......... :. : .. .r. ..r '!' ..I.! ... :f+i. :! .}.:}..}.

..S
5

T1.. .n .. r r s .t. A5..vt .. a ) ....... rL...... ..,.S..S Qr..r.. ... ,...t .'w.' w' ::. .... :............./..,l. ....:l.Yl::'.:::. .J... s: :;!: '4..J, rL'.:7f.. .%': < "'} 6f.
J. ..J,,...r,, .{ .r.... .t r, .r.... ...,..... .. ... ..... :...........: t.4.Q..r.. ... ..'.Y::...v.. ...r...r..., ... : :. r... ..... :....v..,........,...}.: ....r.r..r=s ..r.... : r::... l '%/.4.:. ii X ,A.

,r...fi.}..:..5......r....._... \t .). ...t .t ,...t.\. ,.s.. ...r.{r,....J. .: S\$,,........f ........,r.n, .. .Y.... ....n...... S........:: ......A.....:..r........... ..... :::' .. v.:.:.:=...r..{..v..........;.r1..:,r..4.. .r.f....,f,l...:l.{r:a'i.Y: .': '. ::::.::::.:. V r. : %.;.;. r. f{i.ti%.i'.=
............ .. .. ,. .. ... .... ... ... .. . .. .. ; 5 '
r. .. .. .. .$ y. y .h. ... .. r:r.: ..::.h.. : : .4 v..S {' :}\ti {:> ?IyL. vJ
.. .. .. .. .r
.. ._. .. ,
2 .4 =s.;,J..;.41., .. : $ s?. .... ,, }\'.s n. .. ;; .... r .}. ..._. ...t.. .. : rt; r ) nrJ::}: : .
... r.A....,.........4.. .,..4.... .k. .., .. .... .s. : \ ..._...!......., n,.. }..r..Y.....v..=vY. : .. ...r............ ..v.v .......r.. .....r._..n....,. .... .r. ..=.r. ...r..........::v: ..i..v..r:.r r..:}._ ,<.vt Sr4:4}:r4h.: !n..S:4aA.: : : }i ..r...:..:..:.. ... Y. t:{.v\r /:v:., ::v: }...,,5}s ..:}:y:riYvr" ih'v,




.
1





BehindtheBaroJthePast r o


.
y.V
I

r

..,: a last look at these houseAs a heat-stopper, Celotex is 3 designed to reinforce against plaster ':

TAKE
:r';.r I of the pre-Celotex era! times as effective as wood, 8 times cracks and eliminate lath marks. :

,r plasterboard, 12 times brick and 25 ..

( : It IS a sight that.warms the heart of. As interior finish, Celotex adds -
.. times concrete. _
:;:.." ':-, .'every- home-owner and prospective new beauty to homes through its _

.'...',,4- I home-owner in the country! When used on the outside of houses, natural tan color and pleasing fibre .

as sheathing, Celotex adds structural texture. Celotex is used in old homes .
J. behind the
imprisoned
Securely strength makes walls tighter and as well .as new; for insulating roofs; -

bars of the past, these pests can no
for basements attics and
lining
more permanent. -:
: infest home with sIck- '
J longer your ,
for making comfortable .
garages
; '
ness and discomfort. And on inside walls and ceilings, J:
.
I
extra from waste
you can obtain finer, smoother plastered I rooms spaces. .

I For they thrive only In old-fashioned, surlacesVlt" h C e 1 otex Lath.This A.insulation I C e I otex is not anexpensive I.E I. ..

h And since the
heat-leaking ouses. new I lath, 18.inches by 48 inches extra item, because it reappearance ')

of C e 1 otex thinking and 7-16 of an inch thick (or "doublethick" places I other materials I and mater- '

people I will not tolerate 1 h eat-I ea k-log -
if preferred) IS especiallyINSULATING years saves you hundreds of dollars _.

construction.In .
.
in fuel bills. ;
1--1 I_ ..J

contrast with the dramatic I H I ii .
Ask architect builder
your or :
change it has brought to Americanhome
H L-
t.ff' ? dealer for further information on
: F
X
life, C e 1 orex IS a simple I practical .!.!-a lli.w.. -
C elotex-and send the
; In coupon -
.
1.insulating mater I. It is made 1U: BOARD
below for free booklet.
L'iSVLUUANDEtII.D6STRONCDt-Qt1DU our : .
from the I long, tough fibres of % COOUCR IN CUMMZR.AND iAVIS WARMZR FUELLOCAL IN WLWI1 .; r

southern cane. These fibres are1fj. tg j "

felted into big, strong boards, feet I OUR BUILDER Chicago, Illinois

wide 7 to 12 feet I long and 7-16 of r New York City Sales Office: 101 Park Ave.
? L .r.,:,------ -....,... .J ScltsDitriburonlhrcuhoultheWorid

aninch thick-or the new "double- .
ll hen you buy a house, took for the Celotexsign. All reliable dealers can suflfliy Celotex B UI' mgthick"

boards that measure % inch. It is your assurance of greater home comfort. Board and Celotex Lath -


,
.. 1111.111111.11..111..1.111.111111.111111..111111.111.11.111.111111111-11111111..11......1.1.1/1.1..11M
l:..: :
THE CELOTEX COMPANY N. Ncw-s$

J'. : 101 Park Ave., New York,N. Y.

..,f C E l.OT IE X Please tend me free your illustrated booklet, "Year 'Round Comfort tddT

', CELOTEX,..?. Fuel Saying for Every- Hom"


;BRAND 1 .u..:;:. .zN.: ..* \d

IllalII&T NG CANE BOARD
I;

11- ::-

__.. ..
-









-- -
-



# --.-
...--""J'a'.,. -.r --- .- --- ,:L r. '- _..."-.. ." r
: '
""""" ,




I I
r
:, 1 *'
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929 CLEW1STON NEWS, CLEWISTON. FLORIDA ; 'PAGE ELEVEN


.I I II-t'' BURDINES STORE OFFICIALS WORK I ions we want. This Is briefly" the pro- ::..:-:.--: :..:-:..:-:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:.-:.,.:..:-}-: :..:..:":. :..:..:..:-:-:-:..}-:.-:-:-:-.: .:..:-:,:.,:..:..:---t.---: : :. :_: :.:. _:..:. -:_: :_:_:..:_.:.,:..: : :_:. :..:.:-:._:.

) cess by which Burdine's gets most of : .
the smart things it sells each winter. j .

f tr. TO ESTABLISH NEW STYLE CENTER Very few stores in the country are .I .,, ;J;

; compelled by necessity as we are to ,' .
go to such lengths in getting mer- t! 't_
r ;I ,
II :: i e An interesting angle on the activities Fashion is the thing which is responsible chandise. .t'; -fti

i: h t of Mlamlans in further development for the cheerful colors now in I These same fashions which we create r ..
,: I' 'j I t: of south Florida- along all lines your kitchen. Fashion Is the thing and feature under our own regi- '

I,,':', I.; was 'explained at a recent meeting of which causes your wife to buy what stered name, "Sunshine Fashions" define j 'As A Special .
I''if 1 1' the Miami Advertising club at which appears to you a tremendous numberof the following summer's mode for !

H'!,::I' ,i Clewiston was represented. hats. Fashion is the thing whichis all America. Many of the leading ..- -

).:;I C. Gordon Anderson. director of going to give you a new appreciation manufacturers of the country send + .1
I
i i i:, ': sales and publicity for Burdine's, the of a good looking woman's leg their style representatives to Miami f.
h I.
i I'f+ speaker of the day outlined the effort by covering it up for a while with and Burdine's each :winter to make INDUCEMENT i

I,J',4 i I ',I I being. made by Burdine's to trans i iI longer skirts. And so while we may copies of our smartest things_ which ,;_.. :
I
I : l"! fer, the style center from the watering no be entirely concious of its action, are sold in the best stores' everywhere x .L

p M', places of Europe. and Paris to fashion influences our daily. lives the following summer.I ,t> / : :, .. ..
'.: I'' :: ,! Miami. 'more: than any one thins I Having done all this in 'getting the +' ;' To: trade. at home we are offering a .-. .' :. "'I''
-, j "* f"T *-, .
:;: I -
Mr. Anderson said: Burdine's is a fashion store. It lives merchandise we then set about findIng .*. : I
: : ,.
; ..r'"I am here to tell you some of the It talks and breathes fashion. To sat- the means of getting this story to .f ;,
.I 4 '
; things about Burdine's publicity campaign is fy the demands of Miami's own the greatest number of smart women .*. ;. +....

',::1': for the winter season. Because people and those thousands who come before they make the mistake of buy- ::: ...: :i:

.! I''i)_!l this campaign sets a precedent In retail here each winter, we have had to be Ing in northern stores resort fashions -.".'. -. '-., 'I.C.
I I ,;. i ir
I advertising practice and because extremely fashion concious. which have frequently proven totally ;"
,
: ,, i I' -'. \ 10 Of"I I Ita.
it will draw in dramatic the been in south Florida's varied .r
:H a way Our greatest problem has incorrect_ for "' y
H I, !I 1' attention of all America towards getting our fashions, because'at the (winter activities. An idea came to us :!: ,'.. ., % :3I i:

l '''I i Burdine's and Miami, I believe you time we are selling typical resort, or i j j'which we immediately seized upon. ;y

;'I;1 I, gentlemen will be Interested in hearing summer types of merchandise, nor- We would conduct a national advertising ':.
I'I i about it. thern and I I In five the smart !
manufacturers
I. p are making campaign of
:!: deduction on all suits in stock. Also all dregs shoes. This : ti
., I: Iii It is necessary to tell you some of I selling to northern stores, heavy, i+ est magazines of America and these $

/ I ill i the fundamental ,problems that Bur- somber colored winter things. We I magazines are: New Yorker, Spur, 3:- will include Smith Smart and Dr. A. Reed cushion sole X

y" I tl i,'I line's has been compelled to master were literall forced into doing wha I Vogue, Vanity air Fand Harper's Ba- .s. shoes. -t't
> : in order that you, may fully appreciate has resulted In giving to this store a zaar, and in them fifteen full page
i j:1' the significance of this cam fashion prestige probably greater ads will tell to the world the fasci- t AT THIS REDUCTION YOU CAN PURCHASE *

' I i'I i paign. than any one store in all America, nating story of Miami, Burdine's and

I'I Probably you know that Burdine's that is the creating of our own resort Sunshine Fashions. I HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES. t

:' has just opened its Miami Beach shop fashions. This Is the way we do It is, so far as we have been able :i: i
,; Ii 'I and is planning to open, Thursday it. In Paris our representatives work to learn the first time in the historyof + 4 piece suit $31.50 I s.
+
;
.
'' ..
,:' morning, its new Biscayne Boulevard with certain internationally known retailing that any store outside the .:' V ... -: I ,--A. :: 3 suit $25.00 <-.{ ;.*, : '* '' '''" .-' .*.
; i ,.. Shop and will about January couturiers for Ave., :New .' ":. piece ; ':! :yV> ,
open on or who design exclusively .sacred boundaries of Fifth :: :. :: ;r ?,"
'
; i iV iit
:; first its Palm Beach Shop. us certain garments. These garmentsare York, has ever been so bold as to s : :
I
'j"I: This program of expansion even sent to us in the early fall. Our say in effect that what we create and .{:. <, ':V3.,; :;,' ., We" are closing out on boys shoes at $2.50 pair., V. t...

.,.: : without the additional things we are fashionists and our merchandise managers I I sell this winter you will sell next sum '
1 I 11: t 1 / Sizes 2 to 5 1-20 and E width.
>
i j planning to do should convey in no Ii j. work with these garments and :i mer. The fashion center of the world .. >: t..
i IJ I uncertain terms Burdine's faith in the adapt them as near as is possible to swings from Paris, and New York to.
i I i Regular $4.00 to $5.00 values. :
f future of South Florida. what we think th esmartest style is Burdine's-Miami.: I :: ,, t
; /
Attracting, as Miami and Miami going to be. With these sketches and From my knowledge of retailing I I .". .'-, ,-.

: I I Beach does each winter, the smartest: I I the original garments, our. buyers j, and experience in retail advertising, I :: 'f ,: ..:. "/' ,- :,: II I
J : >/( /:,>: :;:
!
r i men and women of America it has seek certain silk manufactures and j j believe this advertising; will cause j ,
'
; been necessary for this store to Keep I I have dyed exclusively' for us a certain I I j more comment in retail circles than j I :;: Ffj : :;:

I Itself abreast-and in fact actually I I number of silks] to meet our I' any single advertising'development, in f Hvdson Th Clothier .
'f 'f. ,!
It .. .. ahead of fashion. And pees and in the colors we have decided the past decade. e ri riiI
I .
!1 I I' though you may thing It fashion-I'I upon as the best for the coming -:: : I. 1 i

I I Ing to ,you, is in reality season. I l. I I

\ ; I dominant force in the lives of all 'i Then, figuratively speaking we'I A complete Gift Department -

I : us. of'I'of'I'I take our silks, our sketches, and our
j Fashion is the thing that I at ;'. .' ' '' i : '. .' '..' '. ". '

I I ', you buy a new car before your present again original and garments find a reputable under our manufacturer arms- Ji': BLATE BROTHERS i ,..'; :, ,: ; :, : : ; ,; : : ,: : : : :,: ;: ; ., ,: ;: : .. : I

U. one has served its usefulness to make our silks into the fash- 1 : : ,

lit IPj i : : :",:-:-:- :-:-:-:..:'.-:-:-:-:-:".:":-:..:-:-:'.:.-:-:-:-:..:..:,.:-:.-:.,:..:..:..:.-:..:. .: N:-:..:..-:-:-::- -.jo.---: : : : +H---+ :.a.':-.;.:':'.a.4.: : : :..-:-:!! i
----
: I = = :: =- = :: = . ..
:: :: = = = = : : :: :: :: : :: :: :: :: :: = =- = = :: =- f

I -7- -.-r ..>1'4-:, -.......'... "_ -,.. '. ;, [
!
I .


I .:'. .i.:'< A ;: ,;;.,, :'-?.<...t::;'O ;'\,. :: ',:, >: i :" ,:-:::'., ,;;' ../.L)t: i;;.r":;;; :'.>::(").:;::' ,;; ,.: .'" )i:, ..: ...:. ;, .. ,./, ';.; .'; ;; .. t.:.' \.. ;,; .:. "': ;i.: :"i.c"";'} ." ;of:;.:; ." ',' '. .....;\. i. '. I t

.. : .
,-- 'T ti '-S r tih1
-


(



,',..."h"," !\ .. ,
: I
..
Y .': ; j 'We1iOIlle :.iI '!i, ,"
>
'
Everglader ; :; :':..: .. ,l \. :
:
: \
,. I ti :"i ,.j'.' ,'.': ,'". j 0- ,,,: _,',_ :' t,, -" .- .." : ":. J,









k

1 y
.
1 _
I r _. 1 1I
I I tM -fj
r ( / I' .


'
E .


'. ." .. Everglad.es. Residents In Miami Not Only For Everglades Day But Whenever In I


t .

.The'City Are Cordially Invited To Make Their .Headquarters With. Us And To Call On

to ., .
i A '

1 Us For Anything That' We Can Do To Make Your Stay More Pleasant. I '. .

:.:....,
.
iiIt
r \
'
I r ., :. isI >
,. (

ir .. < H.C : ,

,, : c : .. ; :: :' ;. \; ,:, .: .
J i : ,
I .. '. .
i I-: 11. > : .. 4 > '
: : : .
>
/ .
; :, "
'./ ;.: '.. :, ,

,'. ..
-
"
-

i '. .. 'i .'. _, "'. : '_
I'



H Unger Buick Motor Co.




.
I.
i

I N. E. First Street Miami Fla.

I .w -
'. .' .
I

.I / .
<
.r'
'

l r I ,'. : ,
I ... : ,
1 .
h .
I -: : \ :
::=:::::==:: : = :.=: =::: = :: =:::. :: : = :: : = : r .. .. .
: = :::= : = = : :: : = :: = .. : =- : = : :: :- :-
: :: = : :. : = -=:::=:::=- :: :===:: -= .:. = ='='=::.::::=:-= -= ::: ::.:.=-.:: .:: :-:- ::.::c: ::= ':'.::.=.: ::::==:= :-=- :: ::.:-:=: :: ::: :::::::: = : :::=:':::
I

.

!

, I i ,
.... ----- -
-' ----
I _



"1" j
-- :
,- :. ,
.. .

Y.

"tf

f

.

PAGE TWELVE __ __________ CLEW1STON NEWS CLEWISTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEtiIBE; R 13 .m
----' : ,19 1

CONTAGIOUS LAUGHTER --- .. .
-- -::- = = : -: -:<:: ---.:.-:,- --L:
AT THE STANLEY I -C":: :: : = = :: .::. : .;
"_ '
"LESS THAN TWO HOURS FROM CLEWISTON"
There Is a laughing scene la the

night club sequences of "The Painted l. .. r ,..
,
Angel," the First National picture I ( .
starring Billie Dove at the Stanley CLEMATIS ': .
-H ArrC H.'S 1'r.:.' WEST )
Theatre, next Thursday, Friday and I '
Saturday, that proved serious for the '. OLIVE PALM I BEACH .
director, Millard Webb, when the picture

was being made. ,
After a comedy trombonist starts '
a solo, the 150 people sitting about. : "
in the night club start to laugh and Sf
he hl lstimas
they laugh lound and long. 'I e
The scene was made three times be- ;

fore it was just right for the director. : ,'
Then, when he told the people to .. '

stop n't do laughing it. They, several kept It of up them until could al.1 : PRESENTS A WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF CHAR MING GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! .

most everyone on the set was in b"S-I'' : ,. ..
terics. I \ From the farthest corners of the ear th these gifts have been collected to -

One member of the cast was to doa i' make your gift choosing one of real pleasure this year. And you may be sure

and dramatic every time scene Director shortly Webb afterwards gave \ that gifts from Hatch's will express that distinctive charm .that comes- with

the signal{ to start, he burst into a gifts well .chosen! t '
guffaw. It was some time before the
effect of the laugh scene could be INIMATE.CIFTSPERSO AL GIFTSRARE GIFTSPRACTICAL
overcome, and the work of makingthe GIFTS

more serious scenes resumed. i I!

Billie Dove plays'a night club host ., .' -.- -- .
ess in the story, which was adapted Every department presents most ;', .' IN THE I\)
.
NEW Ii
.
from Fannie Hurst's "Give This Little Attractive I ..... I .
Girl a. Han ." Edmund Lowe'pla 's opposite '

the. star. i i. GIFT SELECTIONS! ,. GIFT DEPARTMENT'I

O. E. Guinn, 73, of Columbus, 0., f9 Gifts from Russian, gifts from Italy gifts'from China
died at Clewiston last Monday follow- '
ing a few weeks illness. Cardiac failure Gift Hosiery / ,. ', and Japan and gifts made right here in Ancncat.-In! fact

The The sheerest chiffon service sheer service weights in '. you will find Hatch's gift
was the cause of his death. or (( new department a real "treasure

body was taken by relative to his all fashion-right. shades. Gordon, McCallam or Gotham trove" of. rare gifts that will solve your gift problems .
former home in Columbus, 0., for in- '' Gold Stripe, .,:", Vf and distinctively. completely a

terment. I i $1.6b to $3. 25 i

', arv
Our Clothing department '
,. v Sketched here area. few of the:
I P er f r many clever gift suggestions -
urnes... <: '
is replete with ; .
-
: from this"
net department
many wonderful values Exquisitely fascinating odours from France in the most > ; ,. -others include
.. t .
charming gift bottles,

ELATE BROTHERS I .' $1.50 to $75.BagsJewelry. .. o Jap. I Laquered Serving Trays $1.25

..... ,. .
STANLEY THEATREWEST 6 I -.: : >,::,,.,... J- Sewing Baskets. . 85c to $9.00

.
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA To complete'the ensemble leather tapestry and fabric p'atis:. Cordial and Wine
Sets 2.00
.. :. o to $25.
.. .. "
$2.95 to S25. ,'
.. ., JAw
,
Sunday Monday : : ;"
;
:. .,.I'( ..
,.: ; Chinese
:
Brass
Intricate new jewelry in the femenme mode. ". Wear 51; 0
:
'.. -! ?
Pauline FrederickA : ,....:,'1"1'_ "
\ $1.50 to $35 <,':I"tl" > ,
Great Star in Hrc Greatest Role!

in '.::..:';.<3:./.',,:.':-;..'..'!.'",\:'''. 395 Boxed Gift Flowers..'J..'. t. 65c to $1.00

"EVIDENCE"with Handkerchiefs .,\' tV'' '

'.. Everything from tiny white glove hankies, colored',.- .'or-:1': .. ; j Italian Pottery, _.. ". ;"' SS.50 to 35Pweter

4. Lowell Sherman-Myrna Loy .: .
lace trimmed linens, larger gay linen sports kerchiefs to. ... '
ro -
Conway Tearle gossamer chiffons ..., _'..n' -J r 3sc Pieces. .......:;.,....:.". .: ,S5" ..00 to 25.00

25c to 3.50 '*'J,:,"'.s:. :,',' -1--79 .m "':.., : ,
TUESDAYWEDNESDAY .. .: ....' 8! Smoking Sets' ;.:"'\;. ,.. .'
:. -, / 100 ; ... .;,; .. .5 0 c to $12.50..

Thrills. Suspense! Action! .,."...;....'. ',.:... Scarfs ,. .:.,;"',:<','.k-'>." .,... ..-j'.:.. :<, ...\ .. '
.
m "/.. .; .' .: \ ',j;: .,;:,*:_ ;. Table Lighters .. ., ..' . . $3.5 0
THE NIGHT PARADEwith :..,:. Sports suits! this year flaunt gayjy] colorful scarfs of'stlk" t:. I
"
; or I oselrn"en silk wools in a variety of sizeFlt':; : : ; / r

: ..'. ... 350to$6 .. :, .: ., .., Carved Wood Animals 50c to $1.25Cocktail
Trever-Ann Pennington ', )- ''" '" ,
Hugh Aileen Pringle r <.._:. .'.. ;::..v : -, ;. :c.;,:. ;,'. :"' .. .
"
'>;-J.> 'I. 'r
Love of Father-Son : ..' .:..::j- } ': Shakers .'' $5
Dramatic Story .- .* to $7.50
.. ;.,.. .". Dainty Lingerie ,.:.<. %. .
and the Woman I /.t': ". '
Fitted lines lace bits of distinguish}; .." i .
or dainty embroidery \ 4' ;a. .
THURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAYBeautiful ... this. years delightful lingerie that is truly feminine, ...;:--..i.'.::; ,\ r', I < .Picture; Frames,.;..,;.'.:.,..'...r':.:-... ..;. $1 to S6...

I Fascinating 1 $2.95 to $29.50.. ',:"f ,o .
Billie Dovein 'i.. >>:>.. Door Stops '. .. .. '.' ..Sl.. to 5. ..

........ ". Linens. Blankets ,. .:. ;:l" /

The Painted Angelwith :Expressing: the modernistic note in white or colored linens,:;,;";..: And hundreds of other equally interesting .
.
$1.50 to 19.50 : .
Edmund Lowe-Farrell MacDonald 3' gift suggestions.
Warm soft wooly blankets in colors or color combinations wx .

Vanity Fair Glove Silk< $3.50 to $29.50 R t,

underwear will make her. Street Floor
'

an ideal gift.BLA VISIT OUR NEWEST DEPARTMENT -

TE BROTHERS n ,
KNIT SPORTSWEAR y. 7 0
-
tifiedleanli TOYS
Quite the smartest and
r z i
most'ideal suits and 4' .
5; ,. sports ensembles I r, %;
y', are to be found in I '' ,. Sfr y ITS nil FOR GIRLS AND

our new tremendously interesting :. 5
M .U t.. jVrJ Knit Sportswear De s. .r. ,r.i,.., BOYS OF ALL

partment. AGES
I ,
1 l
'
., THE KNITDRESS

.OURWOftK DONE RIGHT ATI SEE SANTA!
I
.
THE CLEWISTON The very latest addition to j

LAUNDRY ::7 \ the sports wardrobe is the colorful .
CO.
knit dress Santa arrives at Hatch's 1 Saturday, December 14th.J He is
Your clothes will be sterilized as I f coming. in his fast Curtiss airplane to be in Hatch's Toy Depart-
well a;:>> properly washed and ironed. i! I a *'nt until Christmas I Come-see Santa arrive in his plane-
( '' 75 t City Park-J 10 A. M. Saturday Morning. December t Mthl
Really there is a great deal less wear i ; I r : I
and tsar In this modern laundry way i THE 3-PIECE r _?_ 3JS
than in washing at home.CLEWISTON. j KNIT I SUIT : SEE ALL THESE AND MORE!l

'. ,,;f. Dolls of all types, Fur n i4 Erector.. Sets.. Chemistryand
Light weight warmth and
lure.. Kitchen. 'Sets... DollHouses
Magic ds, Games and
subtle colors in this suit of
LAUNDRY, inc. skirt, blouse and cardigan: cif ,.. Table, and. Chair Paint Sets,.. Trucffs, Dump
EL:PASO AVE.r&SAN BONITt\ ST. ,, :,/ Sets t ,.. Doll Beds,.. Laundry Truck*... Express.... Trucks
Fire Engines, H and Ladder
\ 29.50 00( -
CtiVIKTON FLORjDA SetsluslCal.\ [.. Instruments,
..!::; 5 Engines, Tricycles, steamShovels.
/our Snow ito Laundry TH / NEWEST 12. ? y e Wagons Scooters,.. Dredge Foot Balls Striking

__ >a F '. n SWEATERS r Boats. Amusing Stuffed Animals Bags Boxing Cloves, Hump-

Why not give her "Ka Yse & ,,; tcr ,.. Wooden Pull.. Toys, ty Dum pty.. Circus.. Auto
"" Hosiery for Xmas I I r t Gay colors I and clever I trimmings Bassinettes,.. Electric. SteamEngines Buildisg Sets. Tisker Toys,
I ..y are features of the very Modeling Material, Doll Carriages /
PLATE BROTHERS Coif Sets, Pool Ta- .
I I l ;. smartest new sweaters si and many more equally I. '"
,]
: bles, Airplanes Blackboards. .. interesting... Toys. and
Toys Velociped es, $5 to $25 I Air Cims' S!-Boats.! Games.

Coasters, Scooters, all Street Floor l too Second Floor ..

reasonably priced aa..as--- .. "
BL ATE BROTHERS
,
C" _
: : =- : : ::' c : : = = = :..= : = = C" ,
: : = "=-C" = ::::: :: C" : C" : =- = : = : : : =:: :: : ::- : : : ::: ?