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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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VOLUME 4-NO. 1 16 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA



F I> (b DRAINAGE WORK April Weather Brings Summer To GladesSummer GLADES CROPS.UNDAMAGED GLADES GARDEN Church Heads Easter WorkingOn Services THREE STORES




I UNDER WAY IN weather during the day BVMEA CLUB Will MEET Observance of Palm Sunday In ARE lOOTED iN

and delightfully cool nights making the Clewlston! Community church

for clear radio reception markedthe will be stressed more In the Sun-
r RAINS ON NEXT LOCALRUBBERYi
t c MAWY SECTIONS first week of' April. weather VY MONDAY. day school than In the church although .

reports from the Everglades Experiment the church services will be i
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y >k Station at Belle Glade In keeping with the day. it was an- Richmann Alston And
,Operations A re Along show. Hooker Finds Crops In Five Communities Join nounced yesterday. ,

Maintenance L inesGladeview Maximum temperature for the Thriving Condition In Cooperative Move Preparations are being centeredon Fears Stores RobberiesNet

; District To first week of April was 86 and the Despite Weather. J( For Beautification.Permanent the plans for Observance of Thieves Twenty-

Be minimum was 48 degrees., Rainfall Ji i Easter and details of the plans for One Dollars cash. /

Completed. during the week totaled .31 Inches. Heavy rains which drenched ; the organization of The Easter services will be announcednext

Glades weather reports from the entire state during the past |few Upper Glades Garden and Flower club week.EASTER. Robbery of three stores In th'.
Maintenance work in connectionwith
Experiment Station are published weeks have not affected the crops will be perfected at a meeting to be downtown section of Clewiston last
drainage operations Is under 1
weekly In The Clewiston News. in the Clewiston area, it was jan- : hold next Monday afternoon at two Friday *night netted thieves $21 in
way In several sections o f the upper
nounced yesterday by W. C. Hooker o'clock in the school auditorium at TRADE INCLEWISTON cash and approximately $50 In goods
Glades this week, including work of
who _completed an Inspection of crops South Bay, it was announced yesterday while police after working a week on
both the Everglades drainage district
and private drainage districts.In AMOS NOr ALARMED in this section. by Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Clewiston SHOWS the case have important Information

Tomatoes which have been plated member who said that the aim of I which it is believed will lead to the
the West Palm Beach Canal a
AT CONDiTIO OF since the cold spell in March re the organization is to promote further I arrest of tae thieves within the next
dredge is at work cleaning out the STEADYINCREASEMerchants !
thriving Mr. Hooker said and bens interest in garden and beautification few days.
hyacinths so that the canal from
are in fine condition. I, ; work throughout this sectionof I After forcing the back door of the
Lake Okcechobee to the east coast COUNTYFINANCESComptroller .
Tomato ,packing will. start about the northern Everglades. Representatives furniture company, thelves found the
will bs free with the opening of the Say Sales are :
Mayl with heavy shipments expo t from South Bay, Pahokec safe unlocked and the cash drower
Another dredge Is doing
rainy season.
led about May 10. Two packing play! Lewiston and Belle Glade will be Heavier Than In wide open but not a cent in the
similar work In the Ilillsborough Empowered
will be operated in Clewiston and resent and the principal talks of Previous Years. house. Frank Richmann owner manager -
Canal east of Belle Glade.
I To Approve Transfer.Of In Lake Harbor. | the' afternoon will be made by offi* had gone to West Palm Beachon
In the Gladevlow drainage district
,
; In the neighborhood of Gladeview Necessary Funds.The Vegetable shipments during t ers of the Palm Beach Garden club._ A noticeable Increase in Easter business early Friday and when f

past week were light from this s Plans for the organization of the he did not return in the afternoon,
Farms dredging operations are underway shopping is reported in Clewiston by
tion. Some cabbages are moving ami Upper Glades Garden and Flower club Mr. Guthrie assistant manager closing
completing work which was financial condition of Hendry
local merchants who
,the market prices are good for cab discussed at recent meetings ate state present the store for the night took tho
started in 1924 and 1925. In this dis County .according to a statement received yore
I bages and beans i home of Mrs. :William J. Buck in indications are that there will be an cash home and left the safe open.
: trict are extensive holdings of the by Tom Hull, Clerk of the I
A seven acre onion patch own .Belle_ Glade and it is planned to later even' greater increase in local buying In the Fears grocery where the
Southern States Land and Timber Circuit Court, from Ernest Amos
) company. Drainage work in the district Comptroller Is not in a deplorable by Sam Davis and W. S. Harvel 'w 1 l-".,$form units In Clewiston, South Bay, next week. Easter purchases'are not thieves also forced an entrance by

picked during the past week and tOT? Belle Glade, Pahokee and Canal Point breaking through the rear door the
was started several years ngo'I condition as has been stated by Opposition .: confined to the women, as merchants i
ping is now under way. The onion, Mrs. Buck has been elected tempo- cash register drawer containing $12
but postponed after the boom. Dredges to the admin- [
I present county dealing in men's furnishing also report unlocked. The thieves t i
in silver
which are said to be of excellen rary chairman and Mrs. V C. Den- was
at work in the district
are again istration.
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quality will be crated and sold ne'] ton of South secre- substantial increases left, untouched a few-dollars in pennies
Bay temporary
with a view to completing the drainage At the last regular meeting of the 1 1BEAUTIFICA
. week. ,tary. Officers to serve during the Cecil, V. Parkinson president of '
work in that section. One of the County Commissioners the audit '
in immediately Small shipments of beans ve'e c Coming ':year will be elected at the the Clewiston Supply Company hasa I At the Alston Drug company the
dredges is now operation which was made at the request of
from Farms ttia new supply"of Easter apparel for' burglars made their heaviest haul of
made Seminole, on mee.Hngnext Monday.
back of the Gladeview farm Commissioner Delanevas read and
ton-Palm Sugarland highway east of Clewis' Clewiston N women who have attends women arriving this week in the evening which netted them $9 In 1
the Clewis
headquarters on accepted by the board. The contentsof I
1-1 tract 0 tion to a wide selection for addi-j cash, a $10 'watch and a $40 automatic
Beach highway, several miles west of the audit were m'ade public in a and harvesting of a acre the preliminary? meetings at Belle : -
peppers will be started within Glade l are Mrs. E. L. Stewart Mrs. Victor Blate of Blate Brothers de revolver. The holster of the revolver
Twenty Mile Bend. recent issue of this Delaneymade
paper. h. 1
I' partment store said yesterday that to was later found in a canal by
next few clays. T Marfield, Mrs. Frank M.
to the and a
exceptions report
the
An Increase in bean shipments Wr ght and Mrs. William Cecil Owen. encourage a heavier volume of Easter children. At the Alston store
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. "'$140 Per Mile Per damage suit for $25,000 was filed expected late next week.Secretary's ,\ shopping at home his store Is con- thieves had tampered with the safe
against The News. The following letter "'
ducting an Easter sale, during the but were ovldeltly frightened off for
Year Is Upkeep On
I from Ernest Amos shows clearlythe
rnM coming week. ft was not seriously damaged. Noneof _
Moore Haven Road financial condition of the county MERATORS AREIifM1ED
WORK OF WOMANS i From the Civic Center section,, G. the stones were protected by burg
I and credit for this financial state-
V. Hudson dealing exclusively inmen's lary insurance. ,
Cost of maintaining the state road ment' must go to Commissioners i IN COUNTSSupervisor
.a furnishings said that the past
i'' from Main's Corner six miles west of Stewart, Murray. Maddox and Hook- CLUB SHOWN IN
g few months have seen a steady upward Cane Crew Ready For ,
Moore Haven to the Clewiston town er.Delaney having already made public 1>r R WORK
CENSUS trend in his business with steep
limits amounts to $140 per mile pry the statement that he had nothingto t Baseball But Can'tClewiston's
I ....ANNlJAL RJillQ&r y. .... er. rises during the past a 1, This :'
: 'CP' according to word received do with', the budgetingftofiitcmmtyii"I i ,." ; '.-L. .I ae.,. 1 .J Jlt IIItj Ii IIRiirHjBa1J. riii e ,."
.. "1 f rIJ.i i 11 JIll 1 he 'say IS" because; of. asterBuying: : ,
-r 1 ore.'tIIayeIl! from lororficials.retl: : : '
Asks
Cooperation -and Both Mr. Hudson and the Blate 4
I state road- department. The Information received a letter from Hon. 11. A. Report Reflects .. Of People Brothers report the purchase of baseball hopes: pinnedon

I was sought in a contemplated Rider County Attorney, enclosing a the possibility of reorganizationof
i men's suits Clewistonites.
Of many by
move to show the comparative small statement made on behalf o f the Progress For, Census.James the Everglades league. dwindledthis

I expense of constructing a permanent Board of County Commissioners by Local Organization. weex when Canal Point and

\.._ road. No definite action has yet been Hon.. Wm. T. Hull Clerk Board of H. McEachern' Louis 0. 9 Brown Farm teams were admitted to
BULK{ STATIO FOR
taken however. County Commissioners setting forth Achievement of the Clewiston Gravely and Nell J. Skelly have been the Palm Beach county League,

Well paved roads now lead, from the following amounts: Woman's Club during the past year named Hendry county enumerators while later hopes that Clewiston
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I the central and west coast sections "General Revenue Cash on Hand. were outlined, in the annual repotrof for the census it was announced yes uflitvILifiiEtL COMPANY would be admitted to the same league

of the state to thq upper Everglades 825388.. Budget 14539.00, ,Expended the secretary which was releasedfor terday in a- letter to The Clewiston were shattered when Lake Worth

I I and with a well paved road from $6.8998.95; Road & Bridge. Cash publication yesterday.The News from A. F. Packard suprevisorof IS Sf ARTED HERE which had first choice, accepted admission

Clewiston to Palm Beach. Moore Ha- on Hand $13,537.43 Budget 7550.00, report submitted by Mrs. DickC. Census for the Sixth District of to the Palm Beach league.

I venites are said to be evolving a plan Ezpended 12335.53; Fine & Forfeiture Miller and accepted by the club Florida Clewiston ball players having

to Interest the state road departmentin Cash on Hand $61.51 Budget cads as follows: "I would appreciate, it very much Construction Started On practices several times during the

continuing the paved road from 4846.00, Expended 360120. The Woman's Club of Clewlston if you would call to the attention of Site Near Building past month are facing the position of

Main's Corner to Clewiston. "The cash on hand represents receipts now two years and four months old, the people In your city and vicinitythe being "all dressed up 'and no placeto

in excess of the budget and as has a membership of forty five to fact that the Census of Population Material Co. go." There is plenty of baseball

PUMPING EOIJIPMFNT sessment... none of which has been
ARRIVES FOR FARM expended and that there is no. moneyIn Meetings are still being =held at, taken and will be completed by the Construction of a bulk station for they choose sides and play for the

the funds mentioned for Contingencies the Clewiston Inn on the second end of this month. the Sinclair oil company in Clewis- fun of it, the baseball season will

Pumping equipment to be used in out of which they could pay Friday of each month. "Please show the Importance of ton was started this week. The new pass with Clewiston merely an in-

the overhead Irrigation work on Semi expenses that have accrued. Our Club having sponsored a better full cooperation from the citizens bulk station is on Azetec avenue trested outsider.At .

: nole Farms, east of Clewiston, has "The statement as presented shows yard contest for the past two where the enumerators call as the west of the Clewiston Building Ma- any rate there will be practicethis

been received and is now being assembled that the receipts were largely In ex- rears, has much to Its credit in haying success of the Census In your terri terial Company, sale of the property afternoon at five o'clock.

;,., It was announced yesterday cess of the budget figures and*that helped make Clewlston noted forts tory greatly depends upon this coope- having been made by the Clewiston

by John Mowry local manager.: Several they have the money on hand and beautiful yeards.A ration. Company.The E. P. BAILEY LEAVES

I thousand feet of pipe for overhead that it is necessary to use the moneyIn visit from the Vice-president of "Also please Inform the people lot on which the building is FOR NORTHERN HOME

Irrigation have been Installed order to pay the expenses to the our Section, Mrs. Franklin W. Tyler, that if during the month the enumerator now under construction is 50 x 230

I :', and more is to be added in the near end of the present fiscal year and in on June 14, 1929, who spoke. to us I has not called, they try to get fronting on Azetec avenue. Two After spending several days with

;i' future. i order that the purpose of the Board on Departmental Clubs definitely I in touch with the enumerator In their 15.000 gallon tanks have been delivered his brother ,Rev. W. T. Bailey, pas

Work was also started this weekat may be carried out authority is here- changed our Club into Departmental district or write to the Supervisor and will be installed within tor of the Clewiston Tjurn unity
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Seminole Farms on the construc- by granted for the Board of County starting with four departments; Fine, of Census at Lakeland during the I the next few days. Concrete foundations church Edward P. Bailey, manufacturer -
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tion of two tennis courts and it was Commissioners to transfer, set over Arts, Public Welfare. Conservationand last few days of the month, stating are now being poured and, the accompanied by his son Louis

-. announced by the local manager and use the amount collected In excess American Citizenship. where they live and that no enumerator -'builling will be of frame and sheet left to return to their home in Phila
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;(; that construction two houses will be of the 95 per cent limitationfor Another speaker on June 14, 1929 has called." metal construction. delphia.

!t started there in the near future. The each of the funds mentioned asa was Mrs. Austin, chairman of the A manager has not yet been named "I followed with great Interest the
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I 1 l Tennis courts will be completed In contingent fund to be used by the Department of American Citizenship.On "1930 SCANDALS" NET and it is not yet known whether a many steps In the manufacture of .

.. a few weeks and Clewistonites will Board for the payment of such bills the same afternoon Mrs. Butt- $200 TO LADIES AID local man will be appointed or whether raw sugar in the local factory and
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be welcome to use them. Please turn to Page 8 cheau, chairman of the Division of a Sinclair man from another com the entire operation is a very Impressive -

Forestry and Wild Life in the De- Approximately $200 net was cleared munity will be sent here. sight."

: PATROL partment of Conservation, spoke to on the production of "Scandals of
tARE! APPOI!! TED
u!. 1930" the show sponsored last week
lION INTERESJT CROWS
The outcome of this meeting was by the Ladles Aid Society of the

AT REGULAR GIRL SCOUT MEETING our, "First Annual Year Book." Our Clewiston Community church it was

I'! --- ,II, meetings have been much more in announced yesterday by Mrs. WilliamG. AS DATE IS ,SET FOR YARD CONTESTWith '

-! teresting and Instructive since becoming Ames, president. The show was
Appointment of patrol officials In Dorothy Deam Vesta Allen Jewel Glatex theatre I
Departmental.We given two nights at the

"& the two patrols in the Clewiston Lowe, Roberta 'George Frances Tip- have adopted red and green as last week and the possibility of the date of Inspection definitely ment to have been made made during -

troop of Girl Scouts featured the pey, Mary Bush Margie Harvel Em- our Club Colors, sugar cane ,as our the same cast giving the show in set for June 5, Clewlston's interest I I the past year. Judges, who are

meeting of that organization last I ma Laura Bethea, Evelyn Hare, Carolyn Club Emblem and our Club Mottois. Pahokee is now being discussed.At contest isI I I yet to be named, will make their selection -
in the annual yard
Friday when the troop members were Hawkins aud Elizabeth after judging the yards not
Spicer. "In All Things Unity. the regular meeting of the Aid
guests of Elsie Hare Dorothy Deam, The Girl steadily Increasing while setting out also taking In-
Scout movement in Clew Our program, avery good one on Society Thursday the following members only for the lawns but
Frances Tipey and Vesta Allen. iston has of additional plants and shrubs and
grown steadily since organization Conservation, was a joint meeting were named as committee chairmen to consideration plants flowers

: Patrol Leader Mary Bush named several months ago and with the P. T. A. to serve during the coming year throughout the community during the shrubs.

!J Emma Laura Bethea as corporal, their activities are endorsed by the Mrs. W. J. Buck of Belle Glade, Devotional excerisos.Mrs. C. M. past ten days gives early Indication Prizes will also be awarded on the

t' Margie Harvel as treasurer and Bet women of tho community. Keen in- Mrs. W. G. Ames and Mrs. J. E. Allen; Program, Mrs. F. L. Tatom; of the success of the yard contest same basis as at the close of the

; ty Spicer as secretary while Patrol terest Is being shown ,by the girls Beardsley Principal of the Clewiston I Publicity, Mrs. Louis A. Morgan; I I plan which is aimed to promote a contest last year. This plan provides

I" Leader Jewel Lowe appointed Louise and the membership list is Increas School, were speakers on the program Ways and Means Mrs C. A. Jack- keener interest in local beautification $5 for the first prize, three dollar- --

..' Waldron as corporal Elsie Hare as I ing.At for Public Welfare.We son; Membership, Mrs. Dick C. 'Miller work. in shrubbery for the second prize :: niC

treasurer and Frances Tippey as sec the, weekly meetings certain, are glad to report that the ; Visiting Mrs. C. W. McDonald; 1 Rules for judging the prize winners honorable mention for the third

i retary. Elsie Hare received her ten scouts arc designated as hostesses Clewlston Woman's Club has ,been ad Bazaar, Mrs. Jesse G. Allhands; Social 'will be the same as those used last prize. Two sets of the above prizes

derfoot badge. which Is part of the examination they mitted into the Palm Beach; County Mrs. F. L, Williamson.A year. This provides for the prizes to will be awarded, one for the fifty

Members present were Marcia I must pass before getting their first Federation of Woman's Club. Our social hour was enjoyed with be given to the owners of those yards foot lots and one for the t"emy.Uyo.
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Avant; Louise Waldron, Elsie Hare, class badges. Please turn to -Page 6 Mrs. Ames acting as hostess.. which show tho.l'eatesl'. improve- foot lots. "
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PAGE TWO CLEWISTON NEh'CULMSTCN I ; FLORIDA! FRIDAY APRIL ILO.
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WHY CAPONE? :>c..c-'r.:: :.; L-: ::..' Okeechobee. 1111.11/Iilel/.11,11,11////,11,11111/11111111,111111111111111/1111111/111 I they belonged to n railway why I
CLEWISTON NEWSPublished so i iI ing. He learned that It had been lost
THE
Al Capono and his constitutional Nearly $10OOC'OOoL le! amount i JOTTINGS i paint on the unnecessary "R"? The east of Denver. "We don't need It

rights seem to have tied the handsof estimated by the engineers thai will company officials had an estimate then" he
., said. The
every Friday at I 1"1"11'''''''"/'1"1" 'I 1 i'" '1'" "" "11111/11/11/1111; car design was

Clowiston, Florida. Governor Carlton in his effort to be required to carry out the plans The request! last week for a name made and found they could save $35- changed to omit the unnecessary bolt

rid :Florida of a menace that overshadows they have approved. Expenditure_ of for this column brought in several 000 a year by using "G. W." Insteadof costing four or five cents to make

LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher/ storms, fruit fly scares, and so large a sum over a brief period letters, some of them unprintable un "G. W. R." So the lazy young man's and install. The saving on the next '

TOM SMITH .................... Editor any other disaster in the history of could not fail to have a salutory ef- til newsprint Is made of asbestos. salary is $3,000 a year., I twelve million model T's was more' .

Entered at the Postofflce at Clew Florida. fect on business conditions in South The name selected was suggested by When the first Ford car to cross I I than half a million dollars. '

That Capone has constitutional Florida and for that reason alone the the Rock Mountain under its
istou, Florida, as second class matter. one who prefers to remain under the own Sometimes it pays to spend money

rights ,is undeniable and unfortunately -. undertaking would be welcomed. But cloark of anonymity. That's what power came back to the factory Mr. liberally. It always pays to cut off .'.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES could 'do naught the more important clnsiderations, of Ford noticed that miss-I
the federal judge .I comes from not offering a $50 prize one bolt was unnecessary expense.

One Year ........................................ $2.50 but admit the law, and issue the restraining course are of a permanent nature. i for the best name. I

Six Months ..................._................ 1.50 orders to the sheriffs. They include, first and foremost, the Among, the letters though was one --- - - c- ::: :. .:. .11
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Three Months ......................!......... |75 Capone does not travel alone and ]prevention of a recurrence of such suggesting "Why not leave the question

ADVERTISING RATES those who come with him are like' disasters as occurred around the lake;: marks at the top of the column? TIIE CLEWISTd' TAXI SERVICE,

Forty-five cents per inch. No discount their leader, anything but a creditto in the hurricanes of 1926 and 192S We'll probably be asking what It's !

the state. Thugs, hijackers gang Better drainage of much of the Everglades all about anyway ;after we've finished I
No special position
for plates. Fine
'guaranteed. All advertising copy sters arc included in the retinue and is also involved and lastly across reading, it." Sounds like one of our riding seven passenger Cadillac

: added to this is the fact that many state waterway would be provided most ardent admirers. Sedan for hire.
must be in this office on Wednesday ,t
of with all its manifold ad tI
lesser criminals taking advantage of Another one asked"Why not scissors -
before Issue of paper. I
the fact that the gangster can insist vantages. and paste; that's all it will taketo LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
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on residing wherever he chooses, will Stuart sitting at one end of the fill it."
Why not an Easter Egg hunt for REASONABLE RATES
select iami and other cities In FlorIda big proposed project naturally is There, were some very nice letters
Clewiston kiddies? .
as "ideal picking" during the jubilant, but Fort Pierce also has a too, but why print them? Call Phone No. 393 or 105 .

winter months. Vice, graft and corruption 8tale.in;: it. Pending, completion of I

Everything wont "be jal e" if you will inevitably follow. the St. Lucie inlet and, harbor project And now after more than two : :: :: ::=:. .:. =:=:. .:. :.=::-= :. :: : :: = = :=:::>:: : :::==::=:::: :::=::-==:

,get some of this paralyzing, Jamaica. Since it has been ruled by a feder- this city offers the nearest deepwater years of newspaper work in Clewis-
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ginger. al 1 judge that Capone cannot be led to the eastern end of the cross ton we're being sued for libel. And --------------- ------ ---- .
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to the state border, then other means state canal. not for a dollar and a half either, but

We'll all breathe more freely when must be adapted to rid Florida of But if even not a ton of cross for $25,000; American money! An indignant PHONE 105 '

the onions are rolling i to. northern this dangerous type of criminal. state traffic should ever pass throughthe citizen has risen to tell us

markets. Surely Capone's body guard will Port of Fort Pierce ,this sectioncan through his attorney that we have FOR DINNER PARTY

r- not go about unarmed and there is wholeheartedly join with the remainder damaged him to the extent of $25,000If RESERVATIONSOR

law penalty for of South Florida is hopingfor
Florida provising
a
Miami real estate prices will hit a newspaper could damage a man 1

botton as soon as it's definitely proven carrying concealed weapons. If every early approval by congress_ of the $25,000 it.ougt. to be able to benefit (

that Capone can stay. time Capone and his retinue leave tngineer's report, because here is one him $25,000. Thus it pay to adver- TO ARRANGE FOR GUIDES FOR j

.. their villa, the members of the body project whose influence will radiatefar tise. Q. E. D.I' i

guard are searched, the concealed and wide.-Fort Pierce News ; But compared with some of the FISHING OR ,HUNTING PARTIES. @ /
.J One type of farmer will not plantcabbage ,
weapons will undoubtedly be found.It Tribune. other papers in the state this $25- ,
next year, because there was
and"everybody is also equally well known that 000 suit is nothing. The Miami News
too market this year
good a
Capone wont travel far without the Another experiment of government this week is being sued for $250,000on II
will be in it next year". THE CLEWISTON I
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1 bodyguard, and if his every move is entering the field of private business a charge of libel. .
Another will figure that everyybody
& type blocked by arrest of these henchmenand seems to have failed, with- the announcement -
else will figure as above, and From the Fort Myers Press CLEWISTON
1 FLORIDA .
himself if ho is found carrying that the printing plant at
in Who will be comes the following: "In The Center Americas New
heavy of
so put a crop. Sugar Bor l"
a gun, it wont be ,long until Capone, the/. Boys Industrial School at Mrai- >>
"The Clewiston
the wiser News has gaineda
and his gangsters realize that for the anna will be closed. This plant was
place In the sun. It, Is being sued
gangsters here are more pleasant established during the Martin admin '
for $25,000 by H. L. Delaney, county -
c_ Fort Myers governors. of the champ places than Florida, despite its wide istration and on the basis of its operation .
commissioner of District No. 3.
,... ber of busy trying to white beaches and glorious sunshine. doing state printing under :: :: !
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pick a new secretary to fill the vacancy Capone, it will l be noted, has not contract, the legislature of 1929 was i
to, Louis A. Morgan, will get a lot
caused by the resignation of yet announced his intention of buy- asked to establish a state printing \ I .
,of free advertising. Colleting dam-
Abel Coult The qualifications are ing' a nice quiet home in Philadelphia plant. The state cannot operate a !
is about
from
ages a newspaper as
s' that the prospective employee must and there is no reason under the sun punting plant as economically as a
difficult as pushing a camel througha I! DELICIOUS
have pleasing personality and be, why Miami cannot profit by Phila. private individual, nor can it have its needle's eye. The legal battle { .

able to ,write in order to handle, the delphia'sexample.THE printing done in a state-owned and may be interesting however but we

It is Impression operated plant cheaply as 1t wit
as
town publicity. our !
will bet 100 to 1 regardless of the
f"" that Ronald Halgrirn is the only YARD CONTEST by contract with private printers,'as merits of the case that the News GUERNSEY H F PPNCREAM

'f newspaperman who has applied for Within the next few months committee the experiment at Marianna seems to will never pay any damages. I .

the position, and since they want a of judges from the Clewiston prove.-Ocala Star. AND STRAWBERRIES. _
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't.; man to write publicity it seems nat- Woman's club will after a tour of :."j / From an, unknown 'poet, signing I

ural that they should, select a Hal- inspection of the community award THE LOT OF THE SEMINOLE'.,J Himself E. K.' W. comes the follow I

grim. Possibly the governors are not prizes in the annual Yard Beautiful Three members of the United.t big epitaph: CLEWISTON ,
DAIRY
newspaper men for if they were, they COMPANYSugarI
,contest States Senate are in Miami .to find Here lies me and my man JakeTWevdied

would be quick to realize" at it requires The yard contest has been an annual out what makes- the Seminole Indians ,,:.: from, eating. ,' yeast cake, land Highway
Phone 333 ,
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a trained newspaper man to event for the past two years dissatisfied, unhappy and dis If'n e had stuck to cinnamon 'ol1s"We ,

write good publicity. Anyone, it is and has been one of the prime factors couraged. And when they find out, wouldn't be in these here holes,

/ true can write something and send in promoting a communitywideinterest E. K. W. .
:1
1 there isn't much they can, do about :
it to a paper, but the city will profit in attractive yards and gar 1. '
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far more greatly if the stories sent < c'"c': :
l dens. The Seminole Indian and the white Someplace; during the week, we

; to state and northern papers are The possibilities for beautificationwork man cannot mingle. This has become heard that the greatest essential for .
"t<.r _
_
written who is trained to <1 -f"T -" <:'II: 4. >=IV 7"' "" > ""J!'.": "I- _
by a man here --cI." "':b'
Clewistonites recognize -
are and the white man's land and only the success is enthusiasm. There's a tip

s. know and write news. that fact but the zest of crumbs of comparative freedom are worth plenty. Figure it out. !


competition is needed to' sharpen the available instead of the banquet the ,'" '. ." ,':.', '." .. "" ....,. ,., '' .
PAYROLLS AND TOURISTS enthusiasm of the property owner or Indian craves. We can say to the St. Petersburg had more tourists :. '. ):'

resident and the Beautification committee Seminole India. "That little plot of than any other year in history. Similar i' ,' > ,

Advantages of the community with of the Woman's club have been stories come from the east coast.
ground over there is for you to make ,'- :
1!t r steady ,payrolls over those depending' quick to realize this fact. camp on, to hunt and fish and raise Clewiston to date has been too, busy CON'fINUED DEVELOPMENT I

on tourist business is becoming! more Prizes are to be awarded for 25 your corn and other Proc,uce. But making sugar to look to its tourist ,

evident to Clewistonites as trips to and 50 foot lots so there is reason possibilities. But give us time. Thereis
in de
you' must not get our way of I
: the ,tourist centers of the' state show for all of us to be interested. velopment. You must obey the"laws a type of winter visitor to whom

: ;'" the winter visitors to be leaving in During the past few years the of the white man and must keep the northern Everglades strongly f An increase in the tariff. and favor
sugar
large numbers for the north while
Clewiston has consistently It wont be much ;
company from under his feet. There is your appeals. so a question -
t': the community leaders are busily followed a comprehensive beautification of getting the tourist as ,providing able
recommendation
reservation. it
Go and be happy on by the U. S. War
forming plans for weathering the
program which has given the until you die" hotel accommodations onece they .

t, usual summer slump. community beautiful pine lined And when we have said that, we get here. Department engineers ,for flood control '
.
The past year has been one of the streets, attractive parkways and a
have not 'solved the problems of the

I' most successful in Florida from a garden-like Civic Center Park, while Seminole All the wise men of the nation Weekly payrolls In this area work in, the Okeechobee area area few ad '

t tourist standpoint and indications are the activity of the Beautification amount to almost $50,000 a week!
and the Semi
can say no more
t that subsequent years will, be as Committee of the Woman's club has clition.I'reasons for Clewiston's
nole Indians must remain partially And for ourselves we much prefer ::; continued .

t good if not better. But the fact re made possible a fitting background. unhappy, partially unsatisfied and the lights in the Mill to the glareof I .

mains that until the next winter for this beautification work. but the growth. .
general cabaret
I, wholly discouraged with their nativelot a spot, light, on

season opens the ,resort cities will There is still ample time to coop other hand there's no reason whywe I . "

: settle down to the long hard grindof erate in the beautification movementand can't have both within the next I ,
For the breath of: life to the Indianbe
the summer months. at the time for '
same compete he Seminole, Aapache, Mohawkor few years. the
lam, jTraduaHy--the! -state is awakeningto the annual yard prize, regardless of During past few years Clewiston asgrown :
member of any of the once greattribes .
its possibilities as a summer resort whether we are planning to compete A gay young blade about town,
is freedom and unlimited hori from a wide place in the' road to a
but beneficient effects from the
for the prize. Let us at least cooperate alls his girl Label becaus she sticks
,- zon : The Seminole cannot under-
realization cannot be felt until a and do bit to help make bottle. ,
our lose to the
stand why he can hunt only in certain I thriving industrial community and with r
more definite publicity and advertising !
Clewiston the city beautiful. Along this line an excerpt from aNew
seasons of the year, and fish .
campaign brings home this mes- York paper:> is timely: : the Dahlberg interests continued
.... at other seasons. The great swamps 'planning Y.
to northerners.
sage I:" '" ,i" ,,,,,,,,II,II,II,II'A" "" '''.'',I,.I I," .I I," ,I I,"1111111111/11 and prairies are being fenced, .cultivated In the spring a young man's fancy I

Permanent residents of Florida appreciate Lightly turns to thoughts of love, i expansion in the industry the '
'- OTHER EDITORS : traversed with paved high- sugar pro
the fact that the state is a- ,1
And in winter and ,in,, summer
t which motor traffic
potential year round playground but ;;"tI," I," 1,'I," ,." ,' ,'I"/I,I I" ,,',j'1,'I," ,,,,1111111111111 ways along roars Likewise autumn-see above I of :
the
all day and night. The little cornerin Ii i portionate development town is in
so long as half of these permanent JUSTIFIABLE ENTHUSIASMIn
which the Seminole might be
residents hurry off to the fountains the opinion of the Stuart Dally The worst mistake the villagehoir's : evitable.1
lodged soon is barren of game and
of the north for the summer months News "the action of the hoard of '
made was onetime
ever
soprano
fish. The dole of the government is ,
I they cannot expect northerners to army engineers In approving the when there was a fly speck
a drug to his ambition and the moon
pass by these same mountains and cross-state, waterway from Stuart to after the highest note in the number
shine liquor of his white companions
spend their summer vacations in Fort Myers, and _asking congress to and she ran out of breath trying to
in thes vamps is 'like a devouring
Florida. For Details Write
appropriate the money for improve hold it.C1ernThe onnt Press. oCLEWISTON'

The city of Miami i the largest ment of this waterway for 'navigation flame. .
The senators will 'ask how the
recreatln center in the state finds ,and ,flood control, is one of the value of little things is illustrated -
Itself unable to continue Its publicity most momentous events In Florida's Seminole ''may be made happy and '
in the story told of a lazy
campaign during the summer contented '"again When they have CHAMBER OF COMMERCE/
history. young man who got, a''job on an
and the United
seen, gone way,
months, so operations along this There are good grounds for the English railroad. He started at the

lino are postponed(: until next fall. New's enthusiasm and it will be States ,government 'can continue to bottom but didn't like the hard work. Clewiston Florida :
be gentle, gcrerous'nnd firm with
Anything worth accomplishing requires shared generally by the people of the He asked the management for a
f the Seminole, but all the of
effort and in power
the effort this state and especially by South Florida.While thinking job" and was told if he
the United States Senate cannot give ,
,particular Instance should be along congressional action is yet required would think of one idea a year which .
the Seminole what he lacks to make
publicity and advertising lines. -to make the reality
project a would save the company money they,
j In the meanwhile parroll cities, a favorable report from the board of him happy ,and encouraged. He wn'ntshis would give him a salary proportion "IN THE 'CENTER OF AMERICAN;: :
native Florida and the right to "
like Clewlfcton are pushing steadily army engineers meanst that the battle -
at to what he saved them., After aweak
forward and do as he pleases. He nor his chll.dren's ,NEW SUGAR ,
'though the tourists is half won. Their endorsementgive :: he came back with his first

,may be leaving fast, we still have a assurance that the project is 'children will everhave those great idea. He, had noticed, that ,all -. BOWL"t.)"
things again.-Miami Herald. : .
weekly' payroll of approximately not only justified from an economic the rolling stock of the road bore

450,000which, eve'n the most confirmed standpoint, but that it is necessaryfor ho initials of the Great Western t

pessimist must admit does protecting the ,lives of the rapidly SUBSCRIBE FOR Railway, gilt letters. Anybody could .. r.,.

not bespeak a dull season. growing population of the region THE CLEWISTON NEWS I tell by looking at them. he said, that
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MOVEMENTSTATESATTORNEY DAHLBERG MERGER CORPORATION IS ANNOUNCEDAt INHERITANCE STATE INLAND WATERWAYS CRUISE Kennoth Others entering Men-ill boats, chief Include mechanic.A.- E.


IS PRAISED BY special meetings. stockholdersof PETITION DRAWNBY PLANNED BY FLORIDA YACHTSMEN Knight, Edgar Rogers, Jack Parfltt
W. B. Lamb, B. E. Lamb, G. E. Jones
Dahlberg Corporation of America,
and A. Y. MIlam, all of Jacksonville;
Almar & Company and Dahlberg & STATE GROUP :
and A. E. Pound, of Gainesville. It .,' .1
Company, Inc., unanimously approvedthe JACKSONVILLE :March 27. Springs), Welaka, Palalka and Green Is ','
expected that other crafts will be ,
( consolidation of Dahlberg & Com Headed by Stockton Broome, commodore Cove Springs, with visits to Bonners
entered from cltlles
the
along route.
1 Strayhorn Says Organization -pany, Inc., and Almar & Company Petition Against Tax ToBe of the Florida Yacht Club, twen Camp and Horse Shoe Ranch on the : .

with Dahlberg Corporation of Amerl Presented To U. ty-six Florida sportsmen plan to Kissimmee river numbered among .

Will Result ca in accordance with the plan previously -I leave hero April 21st on an eight-day the overnight stops. SUBSCRIBE FOR .

In Crime Decrease. adopted by the boards of directors Chamber. Inland waterway cruise covering approximately Thirteen boats have already been THE CLEWISTON NEWS .r

t by an exchange of stocks of 9900 miles. The trip will entered for the trip, according to ..;:,

J vJ BY TOM GONZALES the first two companies for that ol JACKSONVILLE, April 10.-Tho I take the party through eighteen counties Chairman Corse. Officers for tho LOST

... In this day and time when law enforcement Dahlberg Corporation of America.. 'Florida State Chamber of Commerce along the East Coast and In the cruise are: Stockton Broome com Canvas truck cover, 8x6. Please

Is so timely to discuss, To effect this exchange and to provide believes that the business men of the central section of the state, accord- modore; Francis P. L'Englo, chief return to Fruit Man from La Belle. f

this writer conceived the Idea of a basis for future expansion, the United States are not in favor of Ins to an announcement made todayby navigator; John L. Doggett, public Reward.

asking the State attorney. Mr. GuyM. authorized common stock Issue of inheritance taxes This belief is set Herbert M. Corse, chairman of the relations; D. M. Barnett, pay master 444TP

Strayhorn, for his view from the Dahlberg Corporation was increased I Florida State Chamber of Commerce

standpoint of' a prosecuting officer. from 1,000,000 shares as at presentto forth In.a petition which the organization Waterways Committee, under whose

After several trips to his office 2000,000; shares. The preference is submitting to the Chamberof 1 auspices the cruise will be made.

where I was informed that he was attending stock of 200,000 shares remains un Commerce of the United States 1. The route. as mapped out by Fran PHONE 333

court at Punta Gorda, or was changed. asking that body to submit a refer cis P. L'Engle. chief navigator of the

otherwise employed, I finally caught endum to its membership' upon the I cruise, Is from Jacksonville to Stuart -

him when he had "thirty minutes." i subject. A special committee headedby I via tho St. Johns river and East Repairing or Estimate For

When reminded that the reading PICKARD PRAISESCOOPERATION David Sholtz, of Daytona Beach, : Coast Canal. From Stuart the party Electrical Work of Any Kind .

public had not heard from him In along national councilor of the State will pass through the St. Lucie Canal i -

time, the genial "Guy" remarked IN Chamber, will present the petition' to Lake Okeechobee thence to the i Radio and Appliances of All Kind .

"The only thing we lawyers knowis to the national body at its annual Kissimmee River; up the Kissimmee .
Repaired or Sold
'
work!" meeting'In Washington, D. C., the River to Lake Kissim m e e and ,-
WORK ON CENSUS
"But", It was argued, It is known latter part of April.In through lakes Hatcheneha, Cypress
J. W. CRANE
that you are a member of the Lee its petition the State Chamber and Tohopekaliga to Kissimmee. Pore

County Court of Honor of the,Royal calls attention to the fact that here- tage will be used from Kissimmee

Palm Council of the Boy Scouts of Census Supervisor Finds tofore the. excise property tax, generally -I to Mt. Dora. From Mt. Dora the route

America." Hearty Cooperation referred o as the federal Inheritance lies through lakes Dora, Eustis, Harris .
'
"Yes" he agreed, "I might tell Of Business Men. tax, has been used only In and Griffin to the Oklawaha riv- T I -

somthlng about the scouts, or I case of war to raise needed money er; down tho Oklawha to the St. -
.I
tell somthing about law en- I and discarded the Johns river and I
might Census promptly when back to Jacksonville. !
"" Supervisor, A. F. Pickard, | 615 EAST PLATT ST. OFFICE PHONE M-1180
[I forcement." of the 6th District of Florida, finds emergency had passed, but followingthe The purpose of the cruise said TAMPA, FLA. NIGHT PHONE H-33.561

r At this point it was suggested that fine cooperation of business men of World War the tax has been al Chairman Corse, Is to endeavor to

II he combiue the two and tell us what his District on Industrial Census lowed to remain in force. make a survey of the waterways .
\
!, he thinks about the Boy Scout organizatlon which was started recently. The petition further cites that the traversed and to create interest In HERALD LINES ,

and the effect it is having federal its inland .
misused
::1 This Is the first time the Census government has waterway cruslng, the inland .:

: : in reducing crime. To this he agreed Bureau has attempted_ to take the power by not repealing the tax legislation watersways of Florida offer the visitor ':-'*'::- .

; and his statement is a follows: Census of Distribution which is being In an effort to compel Ala some of the most beautiful and v

"The Juvenile delinquency problem done' at bama, Florida and Nevada to change picturesque scenery of the entire Overnight service between
I a great' expense, solelyfor .
Is causing grave concern in theUnlt- the benefit of the manufacturer : theIr; taxing systems to Include an state and their use as a part of the !

ed States today. It is my opinion and retailer. The Department hopesIn inheritance tax. The fact has been tourist entertainment program should; Clev/iston and Tampa

I I., that the Scout movement will solve a few years through this work to pointed? out before, through the Florida be encouraged. Sportsmen, who love

i this problem, from the standpoint of be of great aassistance to the business State Chamber of .Commerce...that fishing, find the inland streams offer

law enforcement, by changing the environment of this country. the tax Is of no benefit to the federal untold pleasure and entertainment, Franchise operators Insured cargoes

of the boy from that of government and not needed as a while the commercial value of the development I
Although this Information is required -
the back alley to the Scout hall of these :-
revenue producer because eighty percent waterways by '
'
by law in order to get a complete < > ..'.'
where obedience to law is instilled report from all business houses of the monies collected under Its connecting canals and edeepening Is >-, _:

into his mind. The result of the provisions are returned to the states of importance to the state as a whole.
It is
solely for the benefit of those :
teaching of obedience to law to boys -where 0 Inheritance taxes are in Among the cities to be visited dur- .
who are giving the information and
in this listrict through the scout is strictly confidential and cannot be force.! ing the cruise are: St. Augustine, : BAKERS SERVICE STATION

movement has been a success, and The purpose of the referendum requested ,Daytona. Beach, New Smyrna, Titus-
disclosed
to anyone outside of the .,'
when a boy receives the. proper train I Department of Census in Washington will be to obtain from the ville, Cocoa, Eau Gallle, Melbourne. Local Representative

ing in his youth he rarely, if ever, : and their employees. membership the Chamber of Com Ft. Pierce, Stuart, Kissimmee, Mt.

departs from it. Mr. Pickard says that only in a merce of the United States an expres, Dora, Leesburg, Ocala (Silver

"In the four years that I have been few : sion of opinion on the question of
cases has he met with anythingbut
the State attorney, and the five years
the finest cooperation and the discontinuing the tax: and repealingthe .
that I was the County prosecuting legislation under which it ope. ..: T
few who are reluctant to give the Information I : ;;' r'
officer, I don't know of a case where rates. The final tabulated results 'If :; ., ', ., ,. '.' ; .
.
'. when the enumerators call .,- .;: '. J '.,. '.. '. L ZeOAornfoal .
,;prosecated a man that had ever the request is granted, will reflect h. .. F:4.f: ;hit" .<1b-<'''''' 'd{?':,';o SYiw" ?: a ." .'.:' '7- ': t,,,y"# f/vr Trantporlilio* ..
are glad to comply as they ; .. .; : :; :::: :
soon
handI as _. .' ". ., ...Ii>.,')" <" ,.,,' ,,,,,,
other '
:-'\.... '.. _been a Boy Scout. On the understand the purpose of the Cen the attitude of business Interests '. -:'.: ":: :,:', ;, ":,"; : "hf.I:,.::.:"- -. ,, &
did
have known several boys: that "
throughout the country toward this
I sus. The following article will fur-
::1. not have scout training, to be taken method of -" -
raising revenue during
ther explain the government's posi -
from the Juvenile court and turned .
time of and will be presentedto ;f
tion In peace I
giving the business of ..
men :
over to the Scout officials where the ,_.- : .
c the United States Congress. It-
this country an opportunity to ,
cooperate wiser : :" ;
t .
:
environment and encourage m e n : ."-5, '
with the government in working -
completely reformed them. These :
out something that will be greatly -
boys were sons of parents where both SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
to their benefit in the future.
the mother and father had to work

and couldn't give them the attention PHONE 339 CLEWISTON NEWS to choose SIX !

they needed. The same thing is liable THE CLEWISTON NEWS PHONE 339

.: to happen to my family or anyone .

. else and I am happy to say that -
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:,:.. the poor man's son receives exactly to a six-cylinder by hydraulic shock absorbers. They

y, the same training as that of the rich. Official A. C. L. Railroad motor-the only way to get six-cylin- are mounted length wise, in the direction -
watch
i<; "I believe that if the organization inspector der smoothness. Six-cylinder of car travel, self-adjusting

p.; ',. Is encouraged for another twenty smoothness takes out vibration and spring shackles to maintain quiet.

;=:-. '. :years that it will reduce all crime to M. P. BOGGSJEWELER ,roughness. This saves motor,chassis,
Modern low suspension and extra
::,:0 a minimum." body, passengers., and driver.
wheelbase give the Chevrolet Six
'
/ "It had been hoped that Mr. Stray-
: The Chevrolet is six. Yet it sells
a at a good proportions. The front view is
.*.,...j :, horn would not be too modest to tell

.. us of his own two sons that are Expert Watch Clock & honeycomb
:. Jewelry Repairs And it lasts longer, because of fine radiator. The gasoline tank is at the
:r- scouts; but when the interview was
: materials, oversize parts and a big, rear for safety and finer appearance. ,
f>. over and the necessary question was Clewiston, Florida Hays B'ld'g. smooth, 50-horsepower six-cylinder

asked, he; replied: Chevrolet beauty
engine that always "takes it easy. instantly says
"It is the satisfaction of knowing E=' :: =: > :: -: := = : =::: .: :: :::== ::::= = .:.: :: : : ::: ==:: = =: :=::::::::::==:: :: ::=- "Body by Fisher"style,quiet,safety
; .' that there are ,focr hundred and fifty With all its six-cylinder smoothnessFisher composite steel-and-wood

'. bboys in Royal Palm Council-Royal and power the New Chevrolet! Six construction-non-glare windshield

I ;." I Palm Council consists of Collier, saves gasoline and oil, throughadjustable driver's seat-deeper _. _

'.i,. .:;{:.. Charlotte, Desota, Hendry, Glades / CLEWISTON FOLKS modern efficiency-overhead valves cushions-greater leg roomclearerhigh

:! and Lee counties-that are receiving compression power-latest vision-finer fabrics and fitments.

'. : I this training that has prompted 'me carburetor-long-wearing pistons-
THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI cleaner.There is just as much extra valuethroughout.
to say, not once but a hundred times ,: ; crankcase ventilation-air
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BY ANY STANDARD
.i'l1\ that I wouldn't take a pot of gold ,' .}' Thus Chevrolet brings truly modern
MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES ;/t the Chevrolet Six is the wisest choice
::
within reach of all
for the good that'my boys have received : transportation
: in the low-price field with its six.
who afford Chevrolet
, from Scout training. YOU !" can any car.

t., .' Mr. Strayhorn has been a member economy also means sincerity in cylinder valve-in-head motor ,
r
with full scientific equipment .
manufacture. To illustrate
of
Royal Palm Council since its In- :
:- tiThe Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South. with Body by Fisher with four
r ,-_ ception. He has been a substantial
Chevrolet valves are adjustable-to long semi-elliptic springs long
,
fr citizen of Lee county for the past
(' sixteen years where he has been a Storage Space Across Street European Plan save replacing Chevrolet molded wheelbase, low suspension, rear-

brakelininggreatlYreducesbrakeuP- gasoline tank honeycomb
/. successful lawyer and a diligent and ,
keep. The rear axle inspection plate radiator and all the other features of
faithful County
prosecuting officer
',1.' and State attorney. on.the Chevrolet means accessibility. this day and age.
:
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.r' ,: 0'x i i I such evidence that true ROADSTER OR PHAETON See your nearest Chevrolet -
,
'x,:. Fire Jn Ames Home economy mes from dealer today and

,...''l:;}.. Causes $1,000 Loss EVERGLADES FUNERAL HOME vancement and Q495 drive' this six. Ten minutes -"

'.' ;' ment. There are at the wheel will

.rt...:. Fire caused by a. hot water heater extra-long, chrome-va- show you what a differnadiumspringscontrolled -
A in the servants quarters of the W. .
Funeral DirectorsAMBULANCE '. JT.O.B.IACrORYFLINTMICU. ence six cylinders make.
:. :. G. Ames home on Arcade avenue last

S-:'. Saturday gutted the interior of the The Coupe. .. .. .... .... .. .. ..........$565 The Special Sedan

building, causing The. Coach .. ..... ...... .... ..;........ 565, (6 wire wheels standard) .. ..........$725
estimated
:_ damage I . .. The Light Delivery Chassis ..:...... 365
The Roadster ... .. .... 555
SERVICE Sport
.._. at more thna $1,000 : : : The Sedan Delivery._..;.............. 593
6.\.-,;_ Quick action I The Sport Coupe.. .. ..;.............. 655 The.1l/-Ton Chassis .. ...;..;........ 520
. '. _=.- by the fire department LICENSED EMBALMERS The Club Sedan...... ..;.............. 625 V/o-Ton Chassis with! Cab.-..... .. 625
assisted by residents of the community The Sedan. ........;.. ....;........:.. 675 Roadster Delivery (pick-up bos.extra).. 440

I prevented the tIre fro mspread- \.. Alljrku/. factory, Flint, Mich.

ing to the main building of the Ames
& Reverse Charges When
i( Phoning Us.
"w home. The loss was covered by in-


:["" : ..' surance.Mr. and Mrs. Ames this week expressed Pahokee, Fla. ,,, I Phone No 7I I:, CLE WIS TON MOTOR CO.

their ,
appreciation to those ; .
:who assisted In fighting the fire.
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niy: c:;::;'1) :l-: ): i.lo beautification of nUHAL: COMMON SENSE with thcincrease in the feline great importance and one that del -
popu-
ENLARGEMENT OFt La Belle News the city. La Delhi a:.J i._;:.h'}' county lation of the United States to about i serves serious consideration

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are going to sorely miss hn: PROTECT YOUR BIRD ALLIES 25000000. If each cat destroyed one -

li t CHE 'lR LE': !..iiOANNOUNf) By George Loveland Pettee In the passing of Benjamin Lewis Does tho "chirp, chirp, chirp, tweet bird a year it would be a terrible destruction r

Dulaney from the stage of the livingto tweet, tweet" of birds sound good to indeed. ,

r PLANT H. L. Austin and Lillian Reinbott the pale of the dead the world has you? Probably it would if you were Especially should cats be confinedin

were married by County Judge Char- lost a "grand old Southern gentle more fully aware of the economic the house during the nesting sea I OI
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man". When the end came to those value of these little p R 4
:. ---- les; O. Ross.:: Both are residents of frineds. Insects son of birds. When the young birds ; O

New Plant In New York Alva. seventy-two years, five months and and grubs are said to cause an annual I first hop from the nests their wings !

twenty-tin days of arduous life, loss of $800,000,000 :
f : each year, are not developed and they are an

Now Has Capacity Of Seldon L. Stewart, Jr. Walter Sans when the golden bowl was, broken, 'and another $800,000,000 is spent trying ; easy prey to cats. Even well fed tab- i iI
I
r: 900 Cars Daily. berry of West Palm Beach and Nor- and the silver cord was loosed, and to reduce this! loss and keeping bies cannot resist the temptation to
C
, -- man Storey of Clewiston spent the i pitcher broken at the fountain, it it as low as it is. Birds are one of catch the young bird 0 MPA

'. DETROIT April: 10.-The Chevio week end with Seldon's parents, I could be truthfully said of him that nntme'b/: best agencies for keeping As unimportant as It may have

'. let Motor Company today announces Commissioner and Mrs. Stewart "he died at his post." Ills was a down the overwhelming hordes of Insect been considered, this is a matter of

an expansion of its production capacity green and fresh old age. His eyes life, and were it not for them -- --- -

:. through the opening last week: Mrs. E. E. Edwards returned Friday were not dim and lusterless, nor was this loss would probably be much .

, of hand rebuilt and enlarged assembly from Tampa where Mr. Edward his natural force much abated. Ho great each year. 1

. export plant at' Tarrytown, N. had an operation recently. Mr. Ed- was never a better or more. useful Since birds are such a valuable

f Y- wards is expected to return 'the middle -. citizen nor more attentive efficient, force with which to meet the invasions '

F The new Tarrytown plant has a of this week. kind and helpful than in the later of insect armies, it is to our .;...'...:.:.". .,

i. capacity of 900 cars daily and is one years of his life. Age seemed only to own, -advantage that we give them

:: of the nine assembly plants and one The Queen Esther Bible Class has have ought ripened experiencewith every protection possible.

;f. of two export plants maintained by postponed their meeting until Thursday its advantages which he made Nesting places should be provided

Chevrolet in the United States. April Tenth. They will meet with available. After spending his early where timber and hollow trees have
f: MAKE r YOUR SELF AT HOME! '
,. Completion of this plant places Mr. and Mrs. Irving Phillips in Im- years in preparing for age he spent been removed from large areas of

.' mokalee.W. his last days in going about doing land. Shrubbery should be planted
i : Chevrolet in a more advantageous
;: position to meet rapidly expanding I I good." He had striven to the end, for this purpose If necessary. Water

. for its product L. urray of Fort Denaud was I and his last days were his best days. for inking and bathing should be
.
; sales requirements A FEW CHOICE
business. His brow Is wreathed with laurel. in ROOMS
along the Atalntic seaboard. In addition in La Belle :Monday on provided summer.

-- The influence of his long, well spent And most impoitantof all, birds I
the move was made to thoroughly -
ARE
:, modernize the plant and bring The Hendry County board: of Com life is an inspiration to all. Loving should be protected from their enemies. NOW AVAILABLE.

'- missioners met at their regular hands will endeavor to take up the The boy with the air rifle, the .
it up to the high standard of equipment .... .' :: :'( {/ .-
::.' and efficiency that character- monthly meeting at the Courthouse work where he left off and carry: on. gunner the rain storm and the wind : '. : .: :,,.: ,

'. Tuesday. He died in the fullness of timeafterhis storm, and the house cat all take toll -
1" .
E ics Chevrolet plants in other sec REASONABLE RATESJ .; .,'. ,.
tions of the countr ". course was r1.1nJ after he reachedthe of birds. Most of this can be prevented J

Carroll Christie motore dto Fort' goal. Looking back over the long and by all means should I be t
The new plant is a one story, '
layers Saturday.Sam vista of his eventful life he had few prevented.The .. HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS
brick and steel structure, 1.200 by .
: regrets. His last moments were calm depredations of the house cat,
k l.. 400 feet with monitor type roof, providing -
Saunook motored to Imnioka-} and placid. With loved ones near, which formerly were considered of I
/ for the maximum light and II
lee Monday on business and to seethe this grand old man yielded back the little economic importance have assumed I
(. ventilation. Adjoining it is a new two
Seminole Indian camp near there. life to the God that gave it and quietly a much greater importance : TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSCLEWISTON'S
, story office building, 200 by 660 feet
l and peacefully was gathered to his
.:. of concrete and brick construction. i .-
:. The Womens community club of fathers, After life's fitful fever he --.:" -
" The plant has two domestic a %"' ._ "" '
La Belle met Tuesday afternoon at sleeps well. Full of years and honorshe r'Pt. _?:-.-*\-e!4:."'..A''r" I \ I
: sembly lines and an export boxing ,>.' 11.IJ I:.,'. :: "i J?' .
the Just. He :::
. their club rooms in the Everett Ho. sleeps the sleep of J I ; II
line. The export division of the Tar 1w.\.IIf/J: I J :: 15w .
: tel building.We was laid to rest In the quiet, peace ; v C'' I POPULAR HOTEL
'' rytown plant serves many countriesat ,ci :
ful cemetery of Bristol in his native I
tfii
inaccessibl to
present overseas
understand from the Florida State of Tennessee. The stars, the
Chevrolet plants. In several instances ThMYW
State Road Department magazinethat bright forget-me-nots of the angels, t! _
Chevrolet finds it more expedient to
over eight hundred thousand come out to. keep their vigils o'er lE!e c1t1 i Pa:6
: e
ship direct from Tarrytown to a for- '
dollars will be spent by the Road the l sleeping dust of him whose soul THE WATANABE HOTEL .
I
eign country than from a Chevrolet i Easily: KinG
I Department on new roads in Hendry hath Bond

plant oveiseas. In the ease of the Tar I county. I To that fair land upon whose strand Rats, RKcc, Cockroaches! t.
rytown plant this applies only to
I --- No wind of winter moans. Waierbngs, Etc MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS. Manager.
countries that receive cars full: as
| County attorney, H. A. Rider:, re- I RESOLVED, By the Board of Alter eating it they run for J

sembled. The other Chevrolet export turned Wednesday from an important County Commissioners of Hendry water and frc h cir to'die out-
plant at Bloomfield, N.J. ships only ( side.
!I business trip in the Interest of Hen- County, Florida, in regular monthly Used by housekeepersfor : ::: : ':
knocked 'down: parts for assembly at 50 to rid of these ? ;. .
dry county. meeting assembled on this The 5th years got
General Motors plants overseas. greatest known food
I day of March A. D. 1930 that in the destroyers
The finished Chevrolet cars assembled and disease! carriers.
'
'Mrs. Louia Parker of Miami death of our fellow-citizen, Benjamin
and boxed at Tarrytown are 2 Oz. Size 35c 15 Oz. Size $1.25
I i ed Mr. and Mrs. John F. Visit-I' Lewis Dulaney Hendry County has JPi
put on barges and floated down to !1 MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS ..;.: .. Ii!' :F:; ,; .'';::':':: =-
last week lost one of its most honored and use .

; New York City, where they are put ful citizens. '"=" .----..--.,..........,.............--..--...--..------,------------------ -- -
:: aboard ships for various parts of the 1 r @ Ij (-'
RESOLUTION l ; RESOLVED, That. we tender to his .

r', world. Death has removed from our midst bereaved family our sincere and II,.": j J' 1' I
An instance of the precision manufacturing J : TT.T
I i of the La Belle's and heartfelt sympathy. a.' 0" ,
of
City : .
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one .
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tITe ,
methods employed by I :- '. : "
:: Hendiy County's best, most useful RESOLVED, That as a mark of re- .;. .".. {, ,' .
Chevrolet Moor Company is seen in @] '" : 1l1
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entertained this Board for ,j : ,. .
I and charitable citizens when the last spect by : : -
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a statement today that 5,1662 separ- : I j] I
earthly call summoned B. L. Dulaney his memory, this memorial and resolutions I
-:-.
ate Inspection enter into the build- '< : '
from an arduous life of labor to his be spread upon the minutesof I 'J .,-: .. D F. .., ,
ing of every motor for a Chevrolet =1 .. 'o'lD) .Up' 'or' '. ilfl
r1! ;
well earned reward. this Board.RESOLVED. I l'J: ".1> : .. ,
car So insistent is the company n' ".. J
Lewis born That a copy of this : :
!I Benjamin Dulaney was I ;\
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accuracy in both materials and workmanship .: '
at Blountville Sullivan Ten- memorial and resolutions be sent to '
County, I '
that one mhn in six at the ;, :...: ,; -.
nessee, September 11, 1867. After his widow. ::: .:, ; .. "} I
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giant Chevrolet Motor plant at Flint, ,..; \, .
Michigan Is an Inspector. *: i i i completing the high school at Jeffer RESOLVED, That a copy of this I ''I!! ..\.- "'",' EASTER I .:.''.......,.-, --' .-..',. -:l
iI son Academy, Blountville, Tennessee memorial be sent to the Clewiston '. .. '. = : ;; [?
> .
i j jI I p .- J :r::.: ..__ /.
I he !attended the normal school at i News and the Hendry County News. 1 ,1..\ '' t JJ
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Tennessee and
I Jonesboro taught ..
BeautificationStatewide .
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school While :," '-- '. ... B I I
high for two years. a .J. : ?.- -. <
Meet I BITS ABOUT FLORIDAIn @] ,.. -
young man but twenty-eight years of "r.@j. .
:
Held This MonthNEW age he began development work in J .. : ...,.. .'
in JacksonvilleL. '
IVrginia and Tennessee from which M.a Rhodes recent,address State Marketing Com L glai -
SMYRNA, April lO.--The he eventually acquired considerable j : ;'
: a :, < I
missioner, said that Florida's real :Vf\(, \ fif- : C
Fourteenth Semi-annual Statewide fortune. He built the Bristol Iron fflill: ',' ..-.'. :. ,. .. .- .. r.l
property value, her banking resources : !
Beautification Conference, under the Furnace, Bristol( Ellzabethton and Hard Brim Will Make You'. '/ JTStylish :' ...
and receipts the mileage of her ., ,> \ :.: .: i
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auspices of the Florida State Chamber Carolina Rail Road; organized the ;1 .. .. .-..... ; -._ .. f ., .
improved roads, citrus and truck ciop '. ... ,' ." -\ ...... r .. ', .... ".'" 1i1//
of Commerce Beautification Com VIrginia and Southwestern Railway: j values as well as dairying and poultry 1i : :' :'7::: : 1 This Season. :: ':/\:;, ;}. ';'." : [I[ )
mittee, will convene in this city on Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Com-i '-' :, -
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I products, have more than doubled. /" :; >'. 5(1":'> ,," : .::: Friday,. April 25, according to a pany; was president or the Black | ": : "
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statement made today by F. D. BrIst-'I\ Mountain Company, Black Mountain i the last ten years. i ':' \ .: ( : : .
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ley, president of the local civic body i Coal Land Company, Bristol Traction : : .; ; I

This is the Spring gathering of i Company; was vice-president of the I The Jacksonville Times Union 1 ;: .;: ;,.\ ( !: u -: ::,.: .<;: :

Fhu ida beautification forces and the :( Potomac and Chesapeake S. S. Com states that the Foremost Dairy Company ,,'.. ,

general theme of the meeting will be;i panwag' ; director of the First ,I which was originated by J. C. .We Are Now Showing The I Famous "

"Continuous Beautification In Flor- | National Bank, Bristol, Tennessee, I Penny, will spend $1,000,000 in Florida L hJ ,, Il Ill

Ida." The program will be presented i\ DuPont National Bank, Washington, for improvements, building, demonstration s '" .. .,. .t =I
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by leaders in this field of state activity -I I D. C., and during his long, busy life farms and the financing 1 1 :' '::< .> :... .Milan Genuine LeghornsV ,'.' : .' :-. ir,1J
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from several sections and the j held many positions of honor and of pure bred stock purchases. 33:l .. .:..: ':. ..I.' .. .- ..'.. '_,' ;...'_ .. ,: rrHl i

subjects discussed will be pertinent I Ito trust He was commissioner to the :--:.:> .;".' :: '>;' ', '. ,,: '';'''',<::::;>.'.,v' ,, ,\; ". I@jJ .

the theme mentioned. | Paris Exposition in 1900 and the St. The university of Florida is the 11I :*" > And Golf Hats '. .
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A special meeting of the state cham Louis Exposition in 1904 At the timeof youngest State University in the ) .- .>''7"
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her of Cmmerce, to be held' prior to I his death he was First Vice-Presi south; its enrollment has increased ; I ..,, ;-.,. .-. .","",' -- .' .. l( iiJ

the opening of the convention for the I dent of the Boy Scouts of America. 237 per cent in ten years and today .- [

purpose of organization and election 'I He was a member of the Archaeological ranks third among Southern institutions ; : ) :'

of a committee chairman for the new I Society of the University of in male attendance. Enroll- ; $1 25 -fro $ 0' 0 .

year. Pennsylvania and the National Geographic ment for 1929-30 reached 2,25G. @J .,v"_,. ".,.'-. .. 0 ., .... -. 1m
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The New Smyrna Chamber of Commerce Sooior He was a member @J [

in of the Presbyterian church and a r fJ : I 'u -
charge of the noon hour rI I ',: '
"10.- ;r :< -''', /c"; i j: 0 ': '
recess is planning an interesting two Mason. i : :
I t' 1
hour entertainment program for the For many 'years Mr. Dulaney visited .i : : 0 ,.. .

delegates and guests. With active organizations this section of Florida and was ROOMS FOR RENT Sili' J .. ,.. pi
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and committees engagedin an enthusiastic believer in the future i!i:1', : ".',.;._ ",

beautification' work throughout the of the State. Before Hendry County I By day or week. '" ;' ,;, I

was created ho built home in La .
state the semi-annual conventions of a -
Intl .HUDSON
the State Chamber of Commerce have Belle where he has continuouslyspent ; 0Li

become popular and a largo attendance his winters. After becoming a $1.00 per day, 1 '_: .

is expected on. this occasion. resident of La Belle he always exercised 3] \" '1"', ;I

a keen Interest In the public $3.00 per week m :"" JBLTHE ) .. fp'lel'
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affairs CLOTHIER
and the development of his ,\:.,, 'yi n.,;:. c ;l '
Thirteen hundred more carloads of city and Hendry County. His many Meals atall hour

string beans have been shipped from philanthropic deeds in the way of donations 13! &}J Ji


Florida the corresponding to date this period season last than year for ac- an enduring, labor monument and wise to counsel his kind are, from 5 a m to 12 p rn. I I i_] Hopkins Block ., Clewiston. Fla., ',- [rr@l .

?l J
cording to V. II. Nicholson of the benevolent I.Jh t'4'
spirit. His las hours were
State Marketing Bureau. The Ever- spent in a labor of love by directing LANG hOifci[ ] .: '. [ 1

glades section around Lake Okeecho- the planting of the hundreds of @J ,' I

bee Khlnterl more beans than any other trees which ho had donated to the I Rear of Bank ,

region in Florida Ladle; sof La Belle and their Comruu- ., i ; J ,









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CLEW1STON NEWS, CLE VISTON FLORIDA
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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1930 PAGR FIVT-'


is being shown Is that of the Forestry -

r-- VISITING THE NATION'S NEW SUGAR BOWL --j Commission. I

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: -..- The Plant City section of Ilillsboro Kelly & Tucker Inc.

County is breaking. records this sea-

sou In stiiiwberry production. Reports
Society Brand Clothes
from Plant City showed eighteen

( (18)) solid cars of strawberries 317 Clematis Dial 4082 21 Comcau Arcade I

j going out February 24th valued at ,. I It
WPM M
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I j i riuproxinntcly: $60,000 to the !shtp-' I

i pers. Incuding this shipment mure I III
i t More Days and Our '
than 1000000.00 have been paid for 115 II 3rd Annual
,
r rr '\ I'j Ftrawberrics! at the Plant City loading

Sale Will be
station this 'season. History

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The Sunnyland Duck Farm located I ------:::::.. .::::=-=:::.. -:::= = :::: : := =:=:: ::: : : :: c ::: := .:.=:;: ::: .:;: : : ::::;J JI

near Inverness and owned by Mpr-

gan Ilundall is considered the largest I H9ENS SUITS

I cluck farm in the South, according
.
.. to the Inverness! Chronicle. The
STYLEPLUS
farm comprises several hundred '-.
han, Ardsley; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel VERMONT H: $27.50 and
dIQ
ALABAMAII. of land and is stocked with ,..
acres 75
.. S. Pridgen, Enterprlce; Mr. and F. Winters; Mr.. and Mrs. Louis An- Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Marsh, Chester \ $29.50 values $1OSTEINBLOCH {
\ white pekiu ducks. Fowls from this .
stet l Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Kar- Charles A. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Yancey, Opellka. Depot; farm are shipped to all parts of the
Pmiladelphia; Frank Ncwbauer,
CONNECTICUTA. i per Stedman, Brattleboro and '
Mrs. W. E. United States.
Erie Charles Decker: Erie Mrs. Mary $65.00 values ..
Belts, Norwalk; Mr. and ; ;
Carnii
$44.75
Vincent flay Booth, Bennington. :
1\1 is. S. T. Velio. Bridgeport; Mr. and Edgar, Wynncwood; Judge William c
L. Woodcock and John Woodcock : WISCONSINMr. Tobacco is now being grown in
Mrs F. J. Beach, Woodmont. f $75.00 values ..
1929
Florida counties. The
COLORADOMr. Altoona: I I and Mrs. Geo. Moss and Mr.. eighteen $52.75SILVERSTRIPE
RHODE ISLAND output shows a gahi of 50 per cent i
and Mrs. W. H. Lockhart, Colorado and Mrs. E. G. Vallier, Milwaukee; i
in 1928.
Block Is- ; value over
.
DIr and Mrs. Ray Payne ,I a
I Springs. Edwin J. Bearman, Milwaukee.
j jI i
FLORIDA land. I I $35.00 and
More tourists than ever before $3175
Gilbert A. Reuney. Punta Gorda; $37.50 values
since 1924 has shown an increase in have l visited Florida this season. Ji e ,
T. J. Scott, Clearwater; Mr. and Mrs. I Florida Facts ,
.; Gorda O. B. total production.The total of nearly 40,000 persons traveling SOCIETY BRAND \
DeLoocli, Punta ;
W. R. John in 13,000 automobiles bearing II I I $39.50 values .... OO TCf I II

Olsen D. Skagland Captain Jacksonville The Palm Beaches are enjoying on .' fourth Congressional Districtin cense tags of other states crossed $ ) .

I Brown, Miami; W. L. Dixon, and of their largest seasons. Hotels are Florida composed of the coastal over the St. Johns' River bridge south 1\
Mrs. T. V. Whittaker $45.00 values
; running to capacity with apartment, counties between Nassau and Monroe bound during the month of February n
$34.75I
:
, E. 0. McPherson, St. Peters- I -
Mrs. rind houses in great demand. The' received the largest appropriation according to the traffic report from I
Choromokos, Palm Beach G
Louis,,
burg; .Florida Power & Light Company re- .or new construction for the year the bridge submitted to the Commissioners
$50.00 values' ..
G. A. Frost
S. Tubbs. I
Frost, W.
\I M. C. I ports an. increase of 12 per cent in under the budget; of the State Road 'of Duval County.. $3fi75All
Parker, Dauis! ; 'J. E. Grovel
: and J. T. the number of consumers in Palm Department adopted at its meeting
I and V. C. Grovel, Lake Wales; i I
Beach .over this time last year. Palm February 25th. The district: will receive Approximately 22,000,000 gallons of other Suits reduced
I H. Havley {
Webb, Lake Placid; C. j jI
T. W. Beach postal receipts for January approximately 560000.00 of gasoline were used in Florida during ) i

I Naples;' W. W. Garrett, Chiploy I showed an increase of 30 per cent the total 13000000.00 l budgeted.. The January 1930, the State Inspection Free Alterationssrs .
L. Dixon, Hopkins; E. D. Nesmith ,
I R.
{ over I the corresponding period of first congressional district followed Bureau of the Department of Agri-

Cross City; A.1.. Henderson, Olcce-i! 1021)! ) A survey of West Palm Beach I with $4,300,000.00 while) the second : culture announced in its monthly re .

. chobee; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. DeWitt, shows a similar condition with postal I district received $2,300,000.00: and the port. During this time Palm Beach I SHIRTS
West Palm Beach; H. W. Bingham I
t Jr.,
; receipts running well over Januaryof third district ,010,000.00 Palm : County consumed 1,301,000 gallons
'\ t Winter Haven; Frank Kelley, Extra: Special Values In Shirts
; I last year.Prpduction. Beach County will receive 43S9S6. I which represents an increase of 20per II' ;
St. Augustine; Miss Elizabeth Hayes \VILSON BROS. AND ENRO 1
I I cent over the corresponding] period I II
and H. O. Jones, Miami; Mr. and j
E.I of electrical power in The exhibit of the Florida Fish of 1929. REGULAR SALE REGULAR SALE
E. J. Brodbeck and Herman j
Mrs.
. ''i Florida increased 207 per cent in the uvl Game Commission now being I. VALUE PRICE VALUE PRICE
''i WorthMr. and Mrs. {
Brodbeck Lake ; |
six year period from 1924 to 1929 inclusive show', at the Palm Beach County The Baltimore and Carolina Steamship
C. Redman and Mr. and Mrs. 'VV.. i j $2.00 $185 $3.GO $2.45
according to an analysis fair !is. the most complete of the Line has inaugurated direct water .
Toot, Lake Worth; M. A. and N. B.
i made by the Industrial Committee of traveling state exhibits. Wild ducks transportation service from Ft
Allen and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Har- Or 3 For $5.45
: | the Florida Slate Chamber of Com I and geese, cranes, pelicans and wild Pierce! Florida, to Baltimore. Vegetables $3.50 r $2.95
J.
wood, Lake Worth; Mr. and Mrs.
i coerce In 1921 electric plants in FlorIda I: turkeys together with bear, deer and on ,the, first boat reached 'Bal .
V. Thomas, Fort Myers; II. H. Gra- $2O$2i9
; I produced 218,288,000 K. W.H.. other wild animals whose habitat is timore in fine condition according to $5.00STOCK $ 9 5
ham and) H. Markley, West Palm : U'c
and in 1929 the'total was increasedto the State of Florida are being shown a report received at the local office
Beach; A. II. O'Haver and J. C. Wai-1, ..
\ 670,292,000 K. W. H. Every year Another complete state exhibit which of the steamship line. UP ,NOW
,. den, West Palm Beach; Mr. and j jMrs. I IBwm

1 F. E. Sweet, Orlando, George "

i! G. Cardy, Miami: Mr. and Mrs. F. m rn 8E m w .1.1:1C ff HATSS

P Paddock, West Palm Beach. .. J... .._' .
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I I"I : KENTUCKY :- 1 r : I '} -
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I \ .'.j' T. J. Henderson, McAfee. L 1 I :; fo.OO values' .; ...............-.................:.... 3.95
,:) INDIANA .i iI MI I r: : .J' .9
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! I Amelia and Helen Walter, Rilc y's- ,,'. 1U1f WI'r fJl!.,. I; ;\ ...l... il S m' $6'50 values. ..... ............:.......... S4.

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" / ."-.' 7.00, $8.09 values ...;... ...................... 95
ILLINOISMr. ; CLEWISTON BmUUNG PvlATERIAL COMPMY : J" il 1.i-_ 'i7.

and Mrs. J. E. Llndquist, Chicago F: : \ ; / 10.00 values .:....n.nn..n.........

; Mr. 'and Mrs.. C. B. Obermeyer "- "' \ ,'.. .- .- '. .',- ':',.,,',:. ,' r $7.95

Chicago; Louis Carsen, Chicago; I i ':. .:,.: " ( : : <" i .. i<<: ';'.. ,
:. : -' .: .; .'. o<{<" :/ :'-'. :-"' .'" :t '::'-': < ',l:1;. ; I .
.1 Charles Eldrpd, Chicago; Alvin Hemp : ml -
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hill, Joliet; r. and Mrs. L: J. Nalch rJ: -.. -=' -. ,.. j" '.., ., '-" ... --','-.. .. -. .. .,.."....""...,..,. \'...,.. .. .... .. .. ... ... : I SPORT TROUSERS SPORT COATSCamel's
W. ...,. :. -.1. -: ."' .. "
.and Miss May White, Chicago; ; : \ ::: : \.t White and Striped
: Hair and Flannel
II. Kofmehl, Elgin. I t ; :: :: Serges also Flannel.
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I ; ,!: 17.50 $20.00
: I IOWA i
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.. $8.50 to $10.00 Values Values
\ Mrs. F. B. Parker] Rock Rapids; I Values
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Mr. and Mrs. George Sinclair, Sioux (i lfJ .'. J .':J.\.... '. .. ",?'". :.; 11 I $6.75 $12.75. 14.75
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City; Ruth Sinclair,. Sioux City. 'I [-f.j. ; ...' ')....tl.y.-; m I I $25.00' J $27.50

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m : /. ,o...,',, .. ... ,. .. .'.;..rLi '. W Values' Values
Plaisted. Portland ,, '" !'J O'. MEN'S NECKWEAR
George and Cora j '.: '. :. ....
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tm .. o;.. ....... 'l-I : ..",:.)oit:" ;r.-- .. jJ i 18.75 $21.75
Nelson Worthley. John A. Kelsey, > :. : ,
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Portland. fe,(, ."'." ... ) : II 29.50 $35.00
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H..1 'MASSACHUSETTS Ii .. '. to-inch Oscillator' 1 .. ., :' fE II Values Values '.

i Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Shipman, Dor- Ni ..: : ,. .. '..;" current.for A. C. or D.C. .. .' t;::] Jr / $22.75 $24.75PAJAMAS

t chester; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Allen li 1 111 1 a ,: I II i I
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/" Danvers; L. K. Brigham arid'" = :i i'> M. y v k ,, sr /', II = il '

Miss II. E. Brigham, Brooklino; C. < l ;: .
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P; K. Pond and W. C. Pond, Dcdham. I'j | '. :1 I avttr tI
'j MICHIGAN I'| ; :I '" XVilson Bros. and Faultless


I '. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Holcuinb, Grand : 1'...,, -''}.' .. .' ; .tr... ..., .,.,. ., '. ... :,:. ; ii] $2.00"alues ................:... $1.69
1\11'.1 tBI ': ,' : ':;:;: :" Qtv
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q' Rapids, Herman Powell, Okonios; J '; '. '
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s 1"", nd Mrs. Fred Riedel, Trenton; Mr. j e ;;..). :r' .:. ....The average life' of .!'.._,: ,(m!) J *2-50 values ........................ 1.95

: and Mrs. Charles Reckin -er, Detroit !; ,<: i ''ii;,>. '. a General Electric fan {R a J. ': k

and'! ; '. :.: '. ,. $3.00 values ................-..... $2.45
Mrs. E. O. Bates, Detroit; Mr. .. i is about 20 years d "V F, ,
$1.00 values c
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Mrs. Pulver, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. i' .:J( '.:I' ....-'''.. :'- ,. ',J.',....,.,..'..4. 'i'-,,'. ...'F' $3.50 to $5.00 values' ........ $2.95
C. L. Forman, Highland Park.
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I NEBRASKAMr. : : \;':" ?1.50 values $1.29 ,

GENERAL ELECTRIC : ,

and Mrs F. B. Sternes, Ashley. k :',., .... .... :(.., I. BATHING SUITSMen's
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O. Kerp, Rutherford; Mr. and Mrs. ., ,\O"F:: # '; and
.s.J F it N. S ; ..,J.: HOSE
William! Pffeffcr, Vineland Myrtle .-,: ., -i: ,!, values ...................... .
; nJ ,.1.#.. :1-.: :-. $5.50 4.45
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... .. .,..... $1.00 Q unlit Y ....... ... .. .. .-. .. 'ti'
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Moffett and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mof- "i"rn I
.. : < '. [ .$1.50 Quality ............................ $1.19 '
fett, Bradley Beach; J.W. Lois, Pas- : Tou can have sea-srde comfort in home ... (ill $6.00 values ................... .... $4.95
-. the your + $2.00 Quality ....................... .... $1A5 :
saic. I though sun is beating down on torrid :/ L :

NEW YORK m -- streets. From side to side it swings, this ". ..;. r'fl $2.50, $:tOO Quality ....' $1.95 $6.50, $7.00 values .......... $5.45

i'1 dependable General Electric fan, bringing .,; $3.50 to $5.00 Quality.... $2.95 .
, I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hand and Cora coolness and relaxation to all the family. I .. 't1 ALL OTHERS REDUCEDFancy

E. Hand, Medina; Mr. and Mrs. Ced- mJ
, Enjoy sea-side breezes- your own home. _. Silk and Imported
I' ric Strat, ew Rochello; George E. J Get a fan at once and be sure it's a General .I .

\ Newmann, Oceanside; R. T. Ballon, rg Electric-for long, dependable, care-free ""' .: 6 Irish LinenHANDKERCHIEFS SWEATERS

Brooklyn. m sernce. :

OHIO T BE $5.00 values ......'........................ $3.75
50c Quality.......................:..... 39c .
Peter Widman, Fremont Mr. and .
; m .. 1mI .. $6.00, $6.50 values. ......,............ $4.45
Mrs. Louis Bevink, Sandusky; Sarah E I .' .m 75c Quality ......\.7.:: ........ .:....... 59c .
Cadden, Massillon; Mrs. Edith M. lSY. rn $7.50 to $10.00 values. ............ $5.75
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Fisher, Mrs. J. F. Bennett, Mrs. Ella ; $1.00 Quality..... ......... 79c .

I i Thompson, Wilmington; Jennie E.

I Weyer, Mrs. Howard Forsyteh and H MEN'S CAPS
i CLEWBTON UNDERWEAR
Martha Forsytho, Cambride: J. C. BUlLDlNG'fflATERIAL COMPANY
SHIRTS AND SHORTS $2.00 Quality........ .................. $1.45
Green and M. Green, Brecksville; A

N. Lammek and A. J. Lammeck, Columbus i2 .......:. ; '- Vie and S5c Quality .......... 59 $2.50. Quality ........................:... $1.95
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; Robert E. Stewart, Cincinnati '. '.. .
!' and Lotta. : .' :" '. (Ifj $l.CO Quality.......,................... 79c $3.00 Quality.................:.......;. $2.45

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Hudson and Abraham Good. _" B ALL LEATHER GOODS 25 PERCENT Q F F

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EGG DISTRIBUTION BY BRER RABBITAT character of tho osils, especially analysis and the crops grown on them had been living on a diet of meat, ducted this year in Leon, :Walton, Leo;

those classified as saw-grass. Little The content of the organic matter In bread, potatoes and sweets with some and Lake Counties.

I time \ras Investigating the so-called the peat soils Is frequently as much fruits ;
I and vegetables-almost an Why did the children gain? Tho
LONG STANDING TRADITION
EASTER Custard Apple belt that occupies a as 95 per cent of tho dry weight. It average American diet. Without any nutrition specialist explained it this
position along the southern and I
Is highly nitrogenous. Numerous analysis changes In the usual diet
one quartof way: considerable protein was sup
eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee, record indicate
on that the milk
A little animal known as Bre'r to have the power of changing their varying from a few rods to 2 or 3 typical saw grass peat. can be' depended -i'' child. At was added dally for each plied in tho best form obtainable f

all of the business sex. The new moon was masculine, In width. calcIum. phosphorous and other minerals
Rabbit handles miles This small belt is on to show an equivalent of seventy

incident to tho delivery of Easter the waning moon feminine. But a represented by a true muck soil of 4 per cent ammonia (NH3)). Not three to twelve for building bone, teeth and ,.
pounds In weight. other tissues vitamins A and B and N,
,
builds nests, important reason for the identification ,
He more
eggs to the children. excellent quality that is well known withstanding the fact that the soil Ten children failed to -
gain for
does all of the general of the hare with the moon for its I rea- considerableamounts of fats and
and value
colors eggs for truck as wel as for grass soils are rich In organic nitro sbns of Illness
or physical
defects.
hap., lay in the fact that its are solids for energy to what was a deficient
: work necessary to youthful young i other 'crops. This muck soil has gen and contain sufficient mineral Similar experiments

piness. Of course, you may believethe born with their eyes open, unlike grown 'crops for many years without plant food for hundreds of crops, It are being con- diet.

Easter rabbit a modern institution. rabbits, which are born blind. any particular fertilizer treatment. was impossible to realize profitable

We thing his popularity is of "The name of the hare in Egyp The muck soil represents well weathered returns except with potatoes, cotton

comparatively recent promotion but tian was 'un' meaning 'open.' Now, soil and copper sulphate has and a few unimportant crops until

-say, listen-Bro'r Rabbit was in the the moon was the open-eyed watcher not been found to give particular after the soil had been broken and ANNOUNCEMENTYour

f egg trade centuries before Joel 'of the skies at night and the hare, response as in the caso of saw grass allowed to oxidize for several months

I Chandler Harris ever made Georgia born with open eyes, was fabled nev- peat soils. During' the first two years of the': support and assistance at the June

famous, says William Herschell, er to close them; hence the identification Numerous: soundings for' depth operation of the experiment stationat Primary will be appreciated.

News. the hare with .
writing in tho Indianapolis pC open-eyed were made and a sufficient numberof Belle Glade when test plantings I ,

to know about Bre'r Rabbitas the full moon. The old principle of I!
Want
representative samples were drawn with hundreds of different plants
institution? Welt, tradl- euro by sympathies led to tho pre E. E. KELLY
an Easter for chemical analysis to confirm the were made with no soil treatments\ -

Won reports that this versatile little scription in early English folklore of data already available concerningthe other than that Involving regular Candidate

distributor was in business before the brains and eyes of the hare as a materials for County Commissioner
egg plant food and crop possibilitiesof fertilizer consistent and

the Christian era. He has surrounded cure of somnolency. the lands In this district. practically complete failure resulted. District No. 1 r

himself with many legends ,Egyptian Belief. The investigation included also ,(To be continued.)

that date back into the pagan era, "The Egyptian 'un' meant not only
studies of drainage systems, Irrigation -
before the birth of Christ, yet 'hare! and 'open' but also 'period/
long
subsidence, and other 'factors Children Show Gain I
Easter eggs are supposed to symbolize and for this reason the hare becamt
Involving profitable cro pproductlon.
the Resurrection and he rebirth the type of periodicity both human With Milk In Diet
The information will be arrangedand I

of nature.As and lunar, ,and in the character of discussed under the subject' ANNOUNCEMENTTo -

one ranges back through history opener ,was associated with the 'opening GAINESVILLE, Fa., April 10.-
heads'which follow and exhibits will
and tradition the connection of of the new year at Easter as wellas Elghtly underweight children of Ma the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof
i' bo appended in support of the general -
the rabbit with Easier becomes more with the beginning of a new life conclusions reached. \ rlon, Columbia and'Hi11sboro counties Florida:

.. mysterious. Here is one story, there in the :youth and maiden. Hence the were the actual laboratory for a .

is another. They seem at counter- hare became. connected In the popular Section No. 2. General Descriptionof recent experiment conducted by I hereby'announce my candidacy for the Office of State's Attorney

; point, and one may toy with the different -, mind with the paschal eggs broken Everglades Area, Solla' and Cli Home Demonstration Agents In .cooperation .' If I am honored with this important trust by the people I promise a

legends as he choooses. Sue to ,signify the opening of the year. mate. with Miss Mary ''H. Stennis, faithful discharge of my duty and a fair and impartil canformecenl of

Brady, delver into mythology says: Sterling Helig traces the colored 1. The area covered in this report extension nutritionist.. The children ,ALL of the Criminal Laws without fear or favor. .
consists in that part of the Ever-
Why the Easter Bunny? egg far beyond the resurrection of Respectfully
glades south of Lake Okeechobeeand
"Into the beauty of Easter symbolism the Savior, going back to pagan days LEGAL NOTICEIn
s the West Palm Beach Canal, extending Justice of Peace Court, First ROY D. STUBBS.
,, the Easter rabbit and the load off when. a gilded egg was a symbol of ,
east of Lake Okeechobee District, Hendry County, State of
brightly-colored eggs which he carries good luck to a pagan monarch. Florida.
[
f about 18 miles and north ef the Ta-
:" for good children hops as a sort Whether alid by*lieu or hare, a glided Anna M. Hopkins, et vir, W. A.
miami Trail. Hopkins, plaintiff, vs. Universal Markets -
comic relief. Why, ask egg-no matter who the magicianthat .
of quaintly :: ::: : :: ==:= = ::::::: -:- == == ::: ::: -:- : :: :: :: :: :: ::: :: ::
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: The east and west boundary of the and D. W. Stappleton., defend- :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: .::. = -:-.::. = =:
::: the curious, should a sleek, fat bunny gilded it-was significant of andt.-,
Everglades Is defined by low ridgesof
and colored eggs be connected with good luck if it appeared at a ruler's higher land confining the flat Under and by virtue of an execution -

a fstieval which celebrates the resurrection table when troublous days were up issued In the above stated case

l of Jesus Christ? There seems on the monarch. Of course that was peat lands between, known as Ever ,. out of the above Court, I will sell at II To the Voters of the'Twelfth Judicial District
{ glades. Underlying the entire area of public outcry in front of the CourtHouse
': at first glance to be no possible relation far beyond the Christian era, :yet It I
s he Everglades, is to be found a lime door or in Clewiston, Florida,
(' between this picturesque all goes, to prove that, we've always in said County, .on Monday the 14th ,

f whimsy and the great spiritual sig. been crazy about colored eggs. stone formation varying from hard ] day of April 1930, at'10 o'clock A. M., I am a candidate to succeed myself as STATE ATTORNEYof

nificance of the day. crystalline texture to a soft, partially to: the highest bidder for cash, the fol- this circuit. I have performed the duties of this office fairly and

; "Yet, all over the world the Easter disintegrated' coral. Clewiston I lowing All of property.the property, to-wit and: effects of impartially during the term I have held it. and if elected to a second
In the vicinity of along
:: rabbit and the eggs which he brings the 'Universal Markets and of-,E. W. term! shall give the same honest and conscientious service toward the

', are, to the children at least, as important I THE EVERGLADESEDITOR'S I the lake shore, marl and shell rock I I Stappleton doing business as Universal enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve upon

; are encountered. On the, east and ,,, Markets, In Clewiston, Hendry
to the celebration as masses me as State Attorney,
rock formation gradually rises to low County, Florida.
i. and anthems and church chimes. NOTE: This Is the I Said sale to be made under said
ridges and is covered with sand.
t' "In Germany we e H a ns and first installment f oa report on the writ and by virtue of an order from GUY M. STRAYHORN.
,. 2. Soil Types-While there are tho Court dated Feb. 17 1930 A. D.
,
;; Gretchen! hold him in almost as great Agricultural possibilities of the Everglades
several types of soil In the Ever- on account of the Distress warrantfor
veneration as they do Kris Kringle, by E. R. Lloyd: chairmanof glades only tow occupy sufficientarea the collection of rents due the

for, like the jolly Christmas saint, he the committee of agriculturists plaintiff.
: to make them economically Important
: (Seal) Justice of Peace.
b.: grownups as well as chlldren greet government made a thorough, surveY (1) The custard apple or muck Dated April 17, 1930.

each other on Easter Sunday and for of the "Everglades. The reportof .. --
'., with 'an ex soils and (2)) the saw grass or rtue :: :: : ,::f.--- ,; r. _. J .; _... : : c. .._ _,;
seven days thereafter Dr. Lloyd was made to Col. Mark =:: :: :: ::
peat soil. :: : ::
colored .,,In, Italy on Brooke Division theU. .
: change of eps. engineer of
The custard, apple soil is found DR. J. C. NOWLING E. M. MAGAHAFor
Easter eve, pious fam'iies. carrygreat S. Department at New Orleans.
within 1 or 2 miles around the south
bowls full of eggs to the priest for Hopkins
rim 'of Lake Okeechobee, quickly Building, State's AttorneyTO
, his blessing. 'Easter morning these Section No.1. Objects and Scope CLEWISTON. FLORIDA
merging Into the true peat soil far. .
:: bowls surrounded by decorations of the Investigation.For THE VOTERS OF THE 12TH JUDICIAL:
ther from the lake shore. f:::: :. :: : : :: :: _
away
:: :: :: :: : :: :::: ::
.: adorn the center o be table. Dnrlner use in connection with projects : : :: CIRCUIT, STATE OF FLORIDA:
About the only distinction to be
\. the week any visitor who may drop under consideration .by the Engineer
.made between the two types of soils :: I candidacy for the office of State's At
in eats and egg with the hostess. .... :: .::: :: :: :: :: : hereby'announce my
oiiice U. S. and
Army complete accurate -
'1 that the muck or custard apple torney in and for the 12th Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor
Hunts Popular.
L-: Egg information is desired with J W. EZELLE
D. S.
soils contain more sand and mineral D. ida in solicit and
r,. "In England! and the United States to be voted for the coming June primary. I
.
regard to the agricultural developments -
matter and shrink less under cultivation !- (Dentist)
'" One of the will appreciate the support and suffrage of all voters for said
hunts are popular. I
;; egg that be
might reasonably ex-
major national events of the'year to than the peat soils. The muck X-RAY LABORATORY office and if elected promise to give the best service possible-
follow flood control and the
Pocted to and Hopkins
f soils have been cultivated longer Bldg.
: the children in Washington, is the construction of an adequate systemof E. M.\ MAGAHA.plllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM .
Clewiston Fla
". have been subjected to' greater oxidation .
the grounds of the
egg rolling on drainage and Irrigation for the I
and have become dense
;:it White House under the 'Watchful Everglades district of the state of more ::::::::::: :=:: :: : :: :: :: ::.::. :::: :: "!'Jl ..:t : :"'-; _$!!;{ ;:'".: _:_.. f! -_ :---. i .v -'. ?
and compact and intermixed with
rt'' eyes of the President and the First the
Florida. The large Involved
area
i salt mineral
I.: varying amounts of and

ti.:' Lady"A of dusty the scroll Land. preserved in the .I I plant immense residues accumulation and favorable of climatic organic matter. I J :i! !! !! |||| f II111(f 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111))III n 1111111111111111111111 t IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJJ

V. I The saw grass soil Is a brown fibrous --
contains the house- I -
Tower of London
Q{. conditions attracted early attentionto = =
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It derives its
sedge peat. name -
Edward I England."One -
hold accounts of of -
: :' but .
the
Everglades delayed systematic rr -
from the vegetation, saw grass which -
;> entry made shortly before --
i agricultural experimentationand -
has been growing .on it ,for unknown '.
i. Easter is for eighteen pence (thlrty- development have been delayed I ':,
'
centuries and now and has !

r<" six cents) to buy 400 in eggs the for royal the until recent years. formed and continues grows to form this i X v LET :.; :,. ,
Easter celebration
t': The hazards of floods having their death I : IDLE MONEY WORK : <1t j
: soil In layers by Its and deposit : v
household. Outside of the purely economic .
... origin in Lake Okeechobee and the : .i
In recurrent floods. ''
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interest to the student of comparative large outlay required in subsidiary :; ptf; r; :;'-";' V .>"*' .: '}"
These soils! contain large stores of : :
i this item Indicates
prices, I
prin-
drainage to the canals are the
l7'.r potential plant food in the organic
to a certain extent the age of our hhave 'Account bearing interest be
whic started with
factors delayed
cipal
residues, as shown by the chemical .-_ : may payments
: modern custom. large-scale development of the poten- ..
.: "But none of these explain the why .
tial resources of this unique region. : =
.c of the custom. As a matter of fact, soil as low as 50 cents a week inMAIL
scientific
But in recent years THE CLKWTSTONLAUNDRY -
}' the the rabbit and the
origin of eggs
'
and crop experiments have been carried .
f5/ Is difficult to trace. Most festival <: : .
;'. very : :
out by the Everglades Experi- CO. : : :' :
"
V customs-have .some specific person station well several ; .. : > --
ment,, as as by : c.H. ) < ,

+, or event to which they can be' industrial enterprises.It -IS ; .. .. ". < ==
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.. attributed. Not so the rabbit. The to collect and review ' ; .
_ was sought 0 <' < COUPON NOW =
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process by'which he attached himself critically all Information now avail ,'. ; ..:.:,.><' ': )). ;. .:' --:
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to Easter and gained lasting' affection J
a ,
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.. able with the view of estimating the -c :.,} '''' '
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a : CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING =
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in the hearts of millions of '
agricultural value of the Evergladeslands 0 a == .r.. :; ,,;..;..," SOGIATIO -=
children is ,obscure and the only explanations when drained and protected = :,. J/ '. '
= ,. ; Clewiston, Fla. ==
which bo offered for '
can = : =
from recurrent floods: "
him are pretty far-fetched." = .:'. :., Gentlemen-I I am Interested In _=
The major part of three weeks I .
William Walsh = ,.r. .' ., for 'Without ::::
.S. nationally spent In the field Involved personal :. .:, .I, your easy plan saving.
known authority on mythology, was observations of the Y ." j-<' : -: < obligation to me, please send me full =
growing .
,
asked to give his version of the origin crops -= -. .... ......-.Vr.i-.,.:..;.'...:. "' \ information. =
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large variety of crops grown on sawgrass .. ; '
of the Easter rabbit. made : : \ .
He This Snow-white < :
soils, conferences with experimental friendly laundry : ( Name ............................................;...............
this reportt _
station works, with farmers service removes the dirt and revivesthe

"The connection between Easter and with those in charge of corporations original color of your shirts. Your Address ........................................................ =

and the hare springs from the hare's operating large holdings devoted linen'will receive such .. ._ .._ '. ." .._ '.
connection with the moon. Easter, personal special :), : -
to special crops. :
since its attention In the Ironing department -
date depends on the moon,
Studies were mode of the general
is in a sense, a lunar holiday. Now -that when It is returned you .1 =c

from very ancient' times the hare'has will be well pleased with Its Immacu :

been a symbol for the moon. Thereare : '

many reasons for this .A few only 666 late!" appearance.... 4___ "_, THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN- '

need be given. The.hare Is a nocturnal TabletsRelieves
CLEWIS TON : .
animal and comes out at Headache. or Neuralgia In ::'CleWiston. Phone 101 .o' Florida .
night to feed. The female 'LAUNDRY.Ine.ELPASO = =
her
carries 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first = ==
young for a month, thus representing AVE.&SANBONITA ST. -- '--
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PAGE EIGHT CLEIVISTON NEWS CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
q FRIDAY| APRIL| 11, 1930


I By The Way Have You Heard ? I Kettler All Week ----.... Wi b rl Ir .. ...'...."1 :nW7 "" 1.___ _-,. __.

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Mrs. Emily Rickemeyer of Columbus Franz, Lucille Herring, Willard Os- o d a't

Ind.. arrived in Clewiston this born, Richard White; Everett Franz,

week on her annual visit here. Mrs. Jimmy Summerlin, Berlin Walker,

Rikemeyer; who is a guest at tho Lonnie Howard, Kenneth Lockrniller ANTHONY'S .

Clewiston Inn owned property in Harold Lockmiller, M. D. Hardy. Mr I I

Clewiston for several :years, and vis- and Mrs. J. Herring, Mrs. J. N. White { d v

its the community once a :year to and Earl White. Those serving were .A Vl fK

mark the progress. She built the Mrs. Herring and Mis. White.

Davo Alston home which was later 9 \, 4W Y SN2 \f
.N'a .., eY '
bought by tho Alstons and she is Mrs. ,J. F. TIppey, accompanied by

now said to be considering the con- her daughter Frances and Mrs. Fred S : ECONOMY

struction of another residence in Molt spent a day in West Palm
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Clewiston. Beach on a shopping tour. .
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Earl C. Merchant is spending a few
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days in Gainesville on business. l ; '
Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, 'accompa- .

nied by her mother} in-alw spent sev-
Mrs. Dave Alston entertained the
eral days last week in Fort Pierce, : ; THIRD"!
visiting friends. members of the Junior Bridge club i

at her home Wednesday afternoon
1A..n v.t.oJ'a aLitLNL, "The Girl
when Mrs. Earl C. Merchant held
With the Radio Mind" appearing in
Mrs. E. 13. Bradley of Lakelnnd I high score. Refreshments consistingof t. ;.. -
person, on the stage of The Kettler
spent the week end with her husband sandwiches and punch were served : .
Theatre in conjunction with an extraordinary
who is a' guest at the Watanabe ho Present were Mesdames Dave Alston : ;( : '
picture program; Happy ,. : AN ANNOUNCEMENT ..J'f .
A.
tel. Julius Alston. E. C. Merchant. L. .,
Days, Saturday thru Tuesday and
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]Morgan' Jr., Jesse F. Tippey, WilsonS. : '

At tho meeting of the Federation Harvel, F. Maxwell and W.; C. Wednesday John Gilbert thru Friday.in "Redemption", : /f}: : '. EXTRAORDINARY :

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of Woman's clubs in Lake: Worth Hooker. -' .' ,

Tuesday the delegation from Clewiston .., :. ,

Mrs.included Claude Downs.Mrs. William Mrs. F.G. L.Ames Ta-, score Mrs. Wednesday J. E. Beardsley afternoon held when high, LA BELLE YOUTH .' ;:.;(\.: :Anthony's, Inc., will inaugurate on Saturday, April 12th I


I tom and Mis. C. A. Jackson. Mrs. TI. A. Bestor entertained members ,:i"". :a complete new department on their third. floor, which
of the Afternoon Bridge club at RETURNS AFTERVORiD'TRAVELS ,.

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ames, accompanied I her home. Mrs. T.. V. Watson was :' will be.known and advertised as ANTHONY'S ECONOMY

by Dr. and Mrs. W. T. second and Mrs. Claude Downs, third.
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THIRD.
Bailey of the Clewiston Community Refreshments were served. Among :
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church were in Kissimmee Wednesday those present were Mesdames J. E. .

'Beardsley, T. V. Watson, Claude:' i .
attending the annual presby- F
Ray Hendry Settles In '
tery. Mrs. Ames represented the L. Downs, C. A. Jackson, T. H. Jack- La This will in reality be a separate store which will have "

Ladies Aid society of the Clewiston son, Walker Stansell II, Cleo A. Belle Following I' '

church I Houze, Dick C.. Miller and H A. Bes- I Tour Of Globe. back of it all of our experience, resourcs and merchandise

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tor. '
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,u Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and I! Imbued with the same spirit which a knowledge. We will stand back of the values that we ,

Boncile' Stone spent Friday in Palm WORK OF WOMAN'S CLUB made hH grandfather, Capt. F. A. offer as in all I departments in the store
Beach on a shopping tour. : SHOWN IN REPORT ..
Hendry, one of South Florida's, most ..

prominent pioneers Raymond Hen J
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston motoredto ', (Continued from 1)) .
Palm Beac\i Sunday for dinner ; page dry, Fort Myers born and raised but :=-t, -., Anthony's Economy Third will carry merchandise for.

and a show. Club' has attended two meetings, one now living in La. Belle, has returned
men women and children and will have
the
at Pahokee, Dec. 10, 1929 and the recently from a six-year globe trotting ? Anthony 9
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Miss Elta Whatley and Miss Mary other at Boca Raton, Feb. 11, 1930. jaunt which has carride him into guarantee. : ,. .

Skeldou spent the week end in Moore On Dec. 13. 1929, Miss Pansy Nor almost every civilized country-in .: I

Haven. __ ton, in charge of the Home Demon-
the world. '
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stration Work; in Dade County, gave : It will however
r, Mrs. E. C. Merchant accompanied the Club a very interesting lesson In Young Hendry came back homes he be a low priced department because

l by Mrs. A. L. Crowe Mrs. F. H. the work she is doing. told the Tropical News because in all
will
sell
we absolutely for cash
j t.. Moreland and Mrs. Carl Berner were Our Club sent a check: for $10.00 his travels over Europe', China and only ; because we expect .

in Palm Beach Tuesday on a shopping each, to the Children's Home at Jack I Japan he failed to find a better placein ,
I' to buy short lines of high grade merchandise
and sell
t i tour. s.'mvllle and to the Crippled Chlldrens whit ht osettle down than South. '
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ik rl Home at St. Petersburg. ,Also a box Florida.' them cheap ; and because it will be a cash and .
l Mr. and Mrs. Wilson S. Harvel and of toys and other things to Jacksonville .I thought on my travels that if \ carry

daughter Margiespent the.week. end; timer ':' 'I. ? found l any place more invitlanWalohg -
V. at Christmas! ;;-:' _* y'z .. proposition.
I ', in Orlando. The Clewistonsponsored W01n l.s-Club has fi ) x-the.: Caloosahatcheo .y 1"T'.

t,'. the Community Christmas I river in South Florida. I would stay '_ .
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:!::.'- :Mrs. C. L. Barker has accented nil Ties! each year since the Club was there," he said. "I saw somo beautiful ? It has always been the of
I I none policy Anthony's to offer the
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! appointment to teach in the Clewis- or aulzed. I country but with the natural ij '%

::,- ton school filling the vacancy uius: ,;;d Our Ciub entertained the Moore beauty that is here and most ,of D : public only merchandise that is best and freshest in the

: ., by the resignation of Mrs. T.. F. Haven Woman's Club on April 12, all the wonderful possibilities of this

[p',.:..-., Yancey. -oor- -> wIth a piaso recital, given by section." style market. We shall carry this ideal out as far as pos .

,' an acknowledged artist, Mrs. E. C. I Mr. Hendry before coming back
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r,: Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Purycar.r Serer, c.t tie Community church. I II home stayed for some time in the sible in this Economy Third. We will handle absolutely

Claude Downs and Miss Jamye Williams -I Or May 21, 1929 the Club gave a Philippines where he was connected

f.?, spent Saturday iu West Palm I card party and dance at the Clewis- I with the island distributors of American dependable merchandise. Merchandise which we can buyin

, r.-:' Beach. ton Inn. I radios and talking machines. His

,;'". Bob Chamberlain and Frank Hirsch I Club vc Christmas dance at the trip from Manila to Florida was made close-out lots and sell for close margin profits. For instance j

>;:;; spent they. week end in.West Palm | Clewiston Inn. by way of the Panama canal.

: Beach. Club gave annual luncheon on Southern GGraduateThe the Shoe Department will have no shoe at a higher -
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January '10. 1930. 'at.. the ClewistonInn. adventurer was born on Royal
:'_- Jimmy Lee was a visitor in Moore Palm avenue and had his first school- price than $4.95. In this price will be found shoes from
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F:.:, Haven Sunday. On February 14, 1930, we were ing in the old Gwynne institute. .
.. joint hostesses with the Moore Ha- Later moving to La Belle he was regular stock and specially purchased, in which the value

; Miss Louise Waldron and Earl ven Woman's Club in entertainingMrs. graduated from the high school in
will be much
i' White motored to Belle Glade Sunday Tyler and Mrs. Austin, retiring that city and then entered Southern greater.

evening. Vice-president and Chairman of college at Lakeland. Dissatisfied with

Citizen- school he "started out to see the i .
the Department of American
.. ". M. P. Boggs, local jeweler, was a ship respectively.On world and find out what it was all In the Ladies Department we will have no dresses over

l .. visitor in Tampa Sunday.C. 1930 delegationof about." His first stop was Miami dur-
.. February 26, a
$1 0.00 i in thes will be included values honestly
yet
': ten members of the Clewiston ing the boom where he stayed 18 many

t :7' C. C. Blanc. superintendent of the Woman's Club, took charge of the months. Jumpin gthe Gulf of Mexico

l. Ridge division, L. E. CovIn of Se- Women's Booth for the day, at the he located in Houston, Texas, for two .. manufactured to sell for much greater prices. This

bring, train matser: F. J. Kirklandof Palm Beach County Fair, held in years and then spent a year and a
principle will extend throughout the whole plan of An
Jasper; and F. L. Coward of Win West Palm Beach, Florida. half in Los Angeles. Spanning the

ter Park were listed among' Atlantic Treasurer's last report showed a Pacific to Hawaii was the next mono thony's Economy Third.

.' Coast Line railroad officials who vis- balance of $186. 5. which brought him to the door of

ited Clewiston during the past week. If we improve as much in 1930 as the Orient. From then on across to

we have in the past year of. 1929, our Europe was easily accomplished.
We feel the time is ripe to take this advance step. A
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. Harold next Annual Report will be one of Mr Hendry is the son of Mr. and

Johnson spent Saturday in West which we shall be very proud. Mrs, George M. Hendry of La Belle
great many large stores in the large cities have their
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Palm Beach on a shopping tour. Respectfully submitted, and the brother of F. A. Hendry andC.

....-.. L. Hendry, both local merchants.
(Signed) Maude E. Miller, Economy Basements. When this building was constructdit
_' Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson motored Secretary.

to Palm Beach Wednesday with the idea that have
shows a cash balance of $13,537.43, was we were to an Economy
morning on business.
AMOS NOT ALARMED the amount budgeted for thisfund .
AT CONDITION was $7,550.00. $12,335.53 has been ; Third Floor. This is merely fulfilling our original idea ofa
Water lines were extended In the
spent ,which is $4,785.53 more than
Civic Center section this week to the few when the building constructed. We
(Continued from page 1)) was placed in the budget. The fine years ago was
new Schult building under construction

on Central avenue, opposite the I as were and aro legitimately in- and Forfeiture fund shows a cash believe that we will merit the enthusiasm of our friends '
balance of $61.51 the amount budgeted ,
Clewiston News. The new buildingwill curred In excess of the 95 per cent
house a restaurant and a pool limitation that, had been collected. for this fund was 4,84G.OO, on the entire lower east coast of Florida and the empire
3601.20 has been spent from this
room, both businesses to be managedby "This authority is granted under

Jack Rone of the Clewiston Taxi section 23004 of the Compiled Gen- item. '. in the making to the west of us. -'
According to the above report the .
Service. eral Laws of Florida, which providesas ,
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only fund that has been exceeded is .

follows: the Road and Bridge Fund. Tho money -
Mr. and Mrs. Musgrave and Mr. "In of question arising
cases any ?
budgeted for in this fund was di-
and Mrs. Pace spent Sunday in West as to tbe roper fund from which vided .ANTHONY
I equally among the five com-
Palm Beach. any expenditure should be made the
missioners.
', They have the authorityto
decision of the Comptroller shall
spend this money on county roads.
Miss Lucille Herring'and Harold
Lockrniller entertained at the Herring govern."Very truly yours, If tho commissioners will confine :. The window in the center will be established permanently -
their work to County roads and not
home in South Bay honoring (Signed) "Ernest Amos."Comptroller., '
The Third Floor Window
city streets there will be no cause as Economy space.
Willard Osborn, who is planning to ."
for a semi-annual audit. Nor will the
leavo tomorrow for Talver, Ky. In the General Revenue Fund a citizens of Hendry County have to Watch- that window for bargains: daily. .' .
Refreshments of cake and punch cash balance of $8,253.88 is shown,
I I make a contribution to meet a payroll tr
were scrvM and dancing. and games the amount budgeted for was $14,539of
that was not legal while the
were enjoyed. I I which $6898.95 has already been commissioner who authorized tho

Present were Edna Squires, Opal spent. Tho road and bridge ;fund work looks merrily on. ......:-0:;: ....,"""' ;::-.O!::== : :;!J.---,... .:-..., ......,. .... rL'; :"..r'SC' _.:.-.o.l>:=" "" ""_\:. ;""r .....' ,
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