The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00274
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As City Attorney, Watanabe Tuesday'The

At the regular meeting of the regular monthly meeting o'f;

City Commissioner' of ,LaBelle, which the local post of the American Le-
I was held last Tuesday, L. O. Gravely (ilon was postponed from Tuesday

.- t I city attorney, resigned. He has night of this week until next_Tues .. I -- --=-

( been acting attorney for the city'' day according to Dick C. Miller, adjutant I
Net Decrease $594, J 89 ; FINANCJALREPORT during DELINQUENT TAX Flood Control i On Lake fl
during the past year, except of the local post.

Millage To Be Set "" 'the time he was suspended from The meeting will be .held at the Is Now Assured By : J

Next Meeting. OF LOCAL BANK practicing law In this circuit by Watanabe hotel at seven thirty SALE HELD AT Measure.Another .

( Judge George W. Whitehurst. Mr. o'clock. All members of the local t

I. Valuation of Hendry county taxable IS EXCELLENT Gravely represented Hcjiclry county post are especially requested to attend LABELLEMONDAY I step toward development

property for the year 1930 will I in the last session. of the legislature.Other '-1 .- as efforts are being made to of the Everglades was seen when

j{ be fixed at approximately $2,210,611 -- I matters brought before ,"jp the: get a copy of the new pension bill President Hoover signed the Rivers

i I': \ according to Hurd L. Reeves. tax Statement Shows Deposits commission was the reading and yac.that went into effect last week and Smallest Tax Sale IsHeld and Harbors. bill last Friday. The:

Ii assessor of Hendry county. ceptance of the Tax COlle or's"r >- will be explained at this eetll1g.At bill called for an expenditure of
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Of $131,885.64. County
I Due to high water that has pre- I port. A notice was posted that' 'the the last meeting of the post, I $9,000,000 In the construction of a;

I: rtralled over Hendry county during Dividend, Paid., final date for candidates to qualify,- adjutant Dick Miller was appointedto Since 1925. I cross-state waterway and dike aroundthe

''L:l the past thirty days Hurd L. Reeves '- for election as members of the city communicate with the other civic south shores of Lako Okeechobee. -

,I tax assessor asked thirty days extension The financial condition of the council would expire Saturday..; jJY: organizations! In Clewlston regard- All' county property upon which .

to prepare and complete the First Bank of Clewlston is excellent P. Andrews had qualified for clerk' Ling the formulation of a Community the 1929 taxes had not been paid President Hoover made an Inspec

1930 tax roll. This request was according to the statement as and Grover A. Hill for treasurer. ;. .Chest fund. Commander Duff ex- was sold Monday at La Belle. The lion tour of the Everglades last

granted by the county commissioners called for by the state Comptrollerand The following were appointed;J,.4i, '" plained the operations of the community delinquent tax: list was published In. year and spent considerable time

and the roll will be presented published in this weeks SVsue. spectors of the election:. W. chest in other communities The Clewiston News during the past studying condition her. His visit was .

I, n at the next regular meeting on of the News. I I Hampton, Mrs. Nancy Stewart, Der'f and suggested that the local post five weeks. brought about through the influenceof I

i; August. 5th. While several banks over the Jammie Blount and W. P. GregorjJClerk. r,; sponsor ,such a move in Clewiston. According' to information received B. G. Dahlberg and his develop-

It .) The above figuers were given as state have closed their doors duringthe Registration books will clone .". &-It was pointed out that on several from the tax'' collectors office In La ment of the Southern Sugar Com:
.' I the amount for the 1930 :
r : approximate past week the Clewiston Insti- tomorrow. : ,:.. .' occasions the local. post has been I Belle eighty per cent of the real estate pany.
r ..' roll, whioU( shows a decrease of I
tution shows an excellent finan- Id:: called upon to help families that.were taxes In Hendry county was The effect of this bill as seen by:
594189.00 over the 1929 roll. As- n
'. cial condition and declared a ten in financial distress. The lo : paid before the time expired and local residents will help to stabalizo.:
; essments on Hendry county proper- POPULATION OF ,%
: per cent dividend on July 1st. cal: post has always extended help. .the,,. sale started. conditions and bring back to the:
t than half '
;1 ty was fixed at more a -
According to the statement of the lig*, legionnaires. and there families, The 1929 ta.1'011: on real estate Everglades hundred of farmers who:
;! million dollars less than last year, I i loA
bank the deposits amount to $131- CET N butthe, question of: extending this was approximately 5294,000, which have left due to the overflow of tho
estimates by
according to given '
885.64 while the loans are only help to others brought about the will be somewhat decreased this lake, and the recent storms thati
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did not 35,424.S3, with cash on hand and ttllflkl'22R4Over idea of the community chest. I year. .Very few property owners have brought destruction to millions?
Last year assessment roll -.
due from other banks $42,561.99. r :: 'were on hand Monday to redeem of dollars worth of property during
show automobiles assessed <
y The: capital stock Is $15,000.00! their property and,, it was struck off the past four years.
personal property, while this year r SJA
they are assessed by themselves. with a 20000.00 surplus. The: undivided Half PopulationOf to the state. Tax: Collector Taylor i According to the information re

profits are $7,289.83 as of Hend Is) stated that he was now making out ceived at Clewiston during the pas
t The figures as given to the News v County .
June 30th. I ; FOR FLOOD ,the certificates and would have his week the bill will include the construction
are as follows: Now In Clewiston.Clewiston 1-;,rRUNDS.
"t I 1929 Roll The officers of the bank are C. ; books closed. this month. I, of a dike thirty-one feed

I J 7 Polls assessed ........................ 969 V. Parkinson, President; Elbert is the fourteenth large t: CONTROL WORK Those wishing to redeem theIr'' above sea level extending from tho,
I : Stewart, Cashier and Claude L. party will have to all cost of St. Lucie canal around the southern!
I (Personal Property .........,..... 262,020 ; in the sixth district pay
city census ?
; : Real Estate ...........10............:.. 2,357,020 Downs, Assistant Cashier. .. : advertising as well as twenty-five rim of the lake to Fisheatlng creels
,..1 which is composed of twelve con ;;,000,000 Bond Issuer per cent penalty as fixed by the beyond Moore Haven. With the lake?

2,804S00 I ties in, south Florida, according:,t. I state. The delinquent tax list pub- level at eighteen feet, the dike will
NO DANGER FROM the figures of Arthur F. PICk r Sought By FlopdJr'
be thirteen feet above the water.
, ; Automobiles 432 ..........:.......:. 10,780 lished this year was the smallest,
I. supervisor for this district. : : Control Board With the of thirty food
Polls ........,.................."..-....'.....-... 841 I":; ,. ; since 1925, which reflects that erection a
I ,Clewiston is In size > h' dike. around the lake. and the cross!
LEAKING DIKE INCaloosahatcheejgDredgej exceeded I l property values in Hendry county
; .. Personal Property .......::::.::.. 222,580
I lUalseland; Fort Sarasot With the flood control state farmingin
r. $9,000,000 completed
t Real Estate ....,....................... 1,795,220 Myers. : are still sound.WORLDS I waterway ,
Winter Haven SndL; navigation,. bills signed by Presi- the will return to Its t
Bradenton Bart .
Railroads ... .............................. 181,190 THIS DISTRICT Everglades
TOTAL ..' .. .............,........... 2,210,611 ,Arcadia, Avon Park, Manatee-list. nethoover; .: for improvements onT4keu LARGEST'TELEGRAM _normal stage, as hundreds of (armors *
; With receipt of the above roll the metto,. Haines City, Set;.t l1.::;i>-w ''jfjgji"JfcjftS 4J)keecti6bee' and the Cross .have been forced to evacuate'

County commissioners will ..adverf l .Wauchula,, but Is la rj j1io'iffi Jcl 5i Waterwayri.* the Okeechobee the low lands; due to the overflo6r ,
M. r J' .h b'" + .:- SWiJVICUf ?' h 11ke 'duiin the tiain :
L th irbJ and KowConfrorTJoard under< thedl-; SENT 1l seasoh
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? igt\"- i ri o 1' >* in fcy / *- y so eat oi .'. ,
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lo Work Un larger rectlon of Governor Doyle E. Carl. Property owners will erect more'substantiAl
) : ; .r'ehance' to review ,he assessment' begin Fort Myers. Clewiston is 'I
,j. oI 'as made by the assesor and hear Dike July 24th. than any city within sixty miles, ton, has begun two projects In an FROM FLORIDA buildings and develop

w-!., complaints. This notice will be posted the nearest larger city being Fort effort to raise money, which will be their property without fear of the'

::1 several weeks before the hearing. There is no immediate danger Myers. necessary before actual work will I I usual overflow. The development of

1 Assessor Reeves has been Lakeland is the be started. The government refusingto At the Everglades from an agricultural
Tax the
: from flood'w ters In Clewiston or largest city in Is Now On Display I '
accept the district bonds in lieu standpoint is now assured and with
working with the county commission near Liberty Point: it was pointedout sixth district while Everglades Cityis
of cash that was at first expectedto Atlantic City By a direct water connection to both? F
: of Hendry the smallest with
; ers and property owners by officials of the Sugarland a population
.. county In trying to reduce taxes Drainage District this morning.It I of 172. Figures for' the sixth district be accepted by the government.It Kiwanis Club. the east and west coasts farmers In

.and continue the development of the is true that a small dike at follow: was announced from the boards this section are looking forward to

county without the issuance of time the East' end of the Diston Island I Lakeland ..............".......................... 18,549 office in West Palm Beach that pro. Among the hundreds of' telegrams I one of the most successful farming

.t warrants. Drainage district is leaking. Water :I Fort. Myers .................................. 9,078 feedings had been: started looking sent by loyal supporters in Florida years In the history of the Ever'

The board will set the millage at having banked up against this diketo Sarasota .................?.........?.......... 8,385 to issuance of $2,000,000. worth of Inviting the Kiwanis International I glades.
r its next meeting when It will also such a stage that it is leaking Winter Haven .3,399 bonds from this district, which will to Miami for the 1931 convention,'

adopt' a budget for 1930 and 1931. through. But no immediate dangeris Bradenton ,.........,..;;;;;.:.1...,........... 6,976 represent their share of the expenses. the following sent by our Governor, $40 OOO EMERGENCY

feared, brush is being cut awayto Bartow .5,268: It was also announced that their Doyle E. Carlton, has created an exceptional ?

SUGAR COMPANY determine the amount of dam-' Arcadia .....................;...?............... 3,893 efforts to raise $2,000,000 by an amount of interest. FUND SPENT BY

age that is being done by the high Avon Park .......................:.:.......... 3,353 emergencv relief appropriation '3iad Tallahassee. Florida, June 30, 1930,

stage of the lake.R. 'Manatee .................. :.................... 3,215 failed with the adjournment of congress Kiwanis International, .

IS NOW SOLVENT Y. Patterson in charge of local Palmetto ................................:...... 3,034() and that a move was underway in Convention Assembled Atlantic 1 LOCAL BOARD

advised the Haines City....?............................ 3,032 to get emergency funds from City N. J.
1 drainage was by
SAYSDAHLBERG secretary of the Flood Control Board Sebring .......................:..................'. 2,910 the war department. All Florida joins in an invitationto .

that the dredge Ca lo osahatchee Wauchula ...............::..................... 2,578 : Senator 'Duncan U. Fletcher is attempting Kiwanis International to hold its I, Caloosahatchee Dredge

'. : would be available for work on this Clewlston ......,............:.................. 2,284 to get funds from the war nineteen thirty-one convention in I Making Good Progress

,. ... "Ready Cash Only Need levee by July twenty-fourth. If any Fort Meade .................................. ?1,980 department as an advance payment Miami, the magic city, Florida the Levee. ,

'=< To Carry On immediate danger is expected, the Auburndale ..............;:..................,. 1,848 of the federal appropriations. Ac wonder state. Our stale like Kiwanis Repairing, ,

Southern Punta Gorda ............:.....,............. 1,833 cording to the Information from the Is a typical cross section of ,
Sugar Company has a
: I ;.. Operations. large dredge in the lake near Clew Frostproof ........... ......;................... 1,406 war department, it might be a year American life. The spirit of Kiwanis I j A special meeting the of Everglades the Flood;,,
Board and
iston that can be used for emergency Bowling Green ..........................., 1,025 ,:'or more before appropriations: for (Please turn to page 5)) Control 1
I Board has been called byj
The following associated press dis Moore Haven .........;...................... 611' the flood control work would be Drainage
work. This dredge has been ,chairman of both'
e patch was released from New York LaBelle ............,.........:................... ..397 forthcoming. This will leave the C. A. JACKSON RESIGNSAS Governor Carlton,
the Flood Control Board free
I July 18th all
by B. G. Dahlberg one of the re- Coheir City ............:.............,....... : 248 lake open to the possibilities of another LOCAL MEMBER OF boards, for Friday. ,
of charge, the only charge being the
.<:'\). (oeivers for the Southern Sugar Everglades .................................... 172 disastrous flood. SCHOOL BOARDC. Tallahassee.
Company. The Southern Sugar Company operation of the dredge. I I Senator A. W. Young. executive*,

1 : is continuing its work smoothly The cane in ,this area has been secertary for the Flood Control;
A. Jackson resigned as -member
1 ,' the only Inconvlence being the kept dry through the local drainage Board announced from his office in
THREE HUNDRED GALLONS of the school board at their
I I lack of cash to finance its operations .'district and the pumps have\ been LIQUOR last meeting it was learned today.Mr. West Palm Beach, that the board;

I / The cane crops are looking working satisfactory. The lake is was spending $40,000 as emergency;
1 i fine and all indications point to recorded at 18.6 while the water : .IS STOLEN FROM COURT .HOUSE Jackson was appointed by work on levees around the southern I
i Governor Carlton two years ago I I :
one of the greatest sugar crops to table is 13 feet above sea level. I shores of the lake. The dredge Ca
to fill the unexpired term of E. L.
11 be harvested in this area. loosahatchee, which is being opc'irated
'! B. G S Dahlberg, president of theSouthern HARVEL SEED COMPANY I Three hundred gallons of moon-] water In LaBello forced most of the Alston. The financial, conditions of I by the Arundel Company 1st

I Sngar Company of Clewis STARTS CONSTRUCTIONOF shine was stoled from the office of people to evacuate the lowlands.The Hendry county schools are in ex- Please turn to Page 5

t ton, Fla., against which a petition NEW BUILDING Wm. T. Hull, clerk of the circuit I I clerk feeling that the liquor cellest condition due to the efficIent .

in Involntary bankruptcy was filed court at LaBelle last Tuesday night. would be destroyed by court order management of the present Clewiston Motor
The robbery was discovered early released the and placed the board members. As a member of '
July 7, in Tampa, denied today that '.. Announcement was made this guard Robbed
the firm was Insolvent and attributed morning by W. S. Harvel that he Wednesday: morning by Mike Ras- liquor in the vault. The liquor was the school board Mr. Jackson has Company

its difficulties to lack o( ready would start construction of a new saman, janitor at the county site. In fifty-five gallon barrels and was served this community well. His e -
The thieves entetred through the captured Ed Butler In sound advise and Judgment will In less than six: hours after breaks!
(Please turn to Page 5) building on his property near the by Deputy
.. : --- Coast Line private office of Mr. Hull by break I 'Clewiston at the home of J. T. be missed by the other members Ing into the Clewiston Motor Com-
depot Monday.The
Harlem Killed ing a window glass and prying open! Anglin several weeks ago. of the school board.A pany deputy sheriff Ed Butler had
i :. Negro Harvel Seed Company was the lock. The liquor was stored in According to Information received petition Is being circulated byJ. William Williams. negro, in jail
Last Sunday Night ;destroyed! by fire several weeks E. Beardsley, local real estate charged with breaking and entering.
the valut which Is protected against I at the News office the thieves were
ago and the new building will oc | to the evidence. Williams
the appointment According
fire with steel shutters over the well posted on where the liquor was operator, seeking
Son Felton Harlem wag cupy the site of the old structure.Mr. I. A forced back door to the;
I negro. windows. The large steel door io kept. A small truck or car was I to fill the unexpjred term. new open a
stabbed to death Sunday night by Harvel is showing his faithin the valut had been left open due .1 backed up to the court house, member of the board will have to motor company building late Sunday .

...7 his wife, Mary Jane Felton, during the future of the Everglades, to a broken combination on the. ed with gallon jugs and load.j be elected by the people In the night and then broke a largo
a Ed Butler local and stated that he would be backIn in the coiling entering the
family quarrel. lock. The small fire doors were small piece of garden hose was November election. Mr. Beardsleyhas hole
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: Constable under Justice of the the seed business with a com closed but broken open by the used to cypher the liquor from the been a resident of the Everglades main office.

Peace Gus McGhee, drew tho coro- plete new line as soon as the con- thieves. A long rope was tied to the I I :carrels The hose and several empty since 1911 his wife Is. at j A large safe In the main office

.1\ ner's Jury Monday morning. I tractors can complete the work. center of the door and by prying I.I bottles were found the next present principal of the local I was left open, from which Williams!

- I 'After hearing the evidence In th e With the tariff on tomatoes and with a bar the door was sprung I morning in the clerk's office. school. I took a pistol and five dollars f..Iicash.

: case the woman was bound over to" beans, farming conditions In the open. Ii[ Guy M. Strayhorn. states attorneyhas Mr. Jackson was nominated In He then went into the front

I the Circuit Court on a charge of Everglades are sure to Improve A liquor guard had been maintained taken charge of the Investiga- the June primary without opposi office whero he took, some small

: ,.first:.degree murder. < ;: :' '' ."" : during the coming season stated In the building until the high,,I, (Please turn to page 5) tion. \ I change left In the cash register.


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.lltll.I.JI.JII'.II.II..J.'I''I.' '' ' 1 I Marked attends the city
success ers, Florida. property and that of his neighbor. !r to sell.
OEW1STOH' NEWS r EDITORS brings about a better feeling Item No. 1-Furnish and deliverto
THE I\ OTHER I chat the City of Fort Myers at said But not the least of these returnsIs r

Frithat ..??,......."..'.'?, ?.? .!'I.I'll:rla, I.' ." 'M'"1.'1"\\ by cooperation, which should exist City, one Used Full Traction Cater the satisfaction which springs "If backed by merit-confidence-
Published every I in city, proving that by unity Tractor ASSURED."
Florida. FLORIDA'S AMBASSADOR every pillar of 30 horse power at from duty well done. price-SUCCESS JS

Clewiston .. ... _. and a willingness to help one, another the draw-bar.
-- hard on the heels of the "Get
--- '-' Coming I that i'esults Tractor to be In good usable' con. the habit. Do something for

LOUIS A. MORGAN .... PublishEntered naval limitation conference, the In-. wherever possible dition and to be not. more than two the town .
-- are always! obtained (2)) old. every year. Tic citizen
years .
meets -.
Union which eti1 "
at the Postofficc ,at Clsvr- terparliamentary: Tractor to be subject to Inspection who does nothing for his town Is- ,. if &", '

Iston FlorIda, as second class l matter.SUDSCRIPTiON this month In England with the Ruth dels-i:i Cooperation Is a great factor In and operation by a duly authorized but a drone i in the ,community. hive.. ,. :}Ii' .'' i........' ,, .., ,[!t fhrr}.., .II"tJ.... ; ;;
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. ------------- Bryan Owen as one of representative of 'he' City t"t I;.. ;r ,,;.," -rt1i.. "..... '
RATES from the American congress the promotion of growth and pros of Fort Myers and subject to such --- I :_".. ,: v.; "" ;\01. ;-.;..r.;;" :t,;

One Year ............. .. ......:;........ $2.50_ gates may find its chief function the perity. tests choose as to such make.representation'may H. C. Milholland, President of the I I ,.<:- .a-....'=c..4\1s. -: I

Six Months ...... .......:...:..::....:-........ l-sn clearing up of some international NOTICE: Each proposal must be Pittsburgh (Pa.) Press, says: I ..tt -for only i 55% of t.

Three Months ...... ... .... ...... 7fi coludiiiess which may have resulted I I Hugh J. Powell, Editor of the Cof- accompanied either by cash or certified -% can buy regular, Fridays fare, Saturdays you
... :: .: : conclave. I I' feyvllle '(Kansas) Journal, says: check to the amount of $100.00as ,"How many eyes are on a potato ;r;;'" and Sundays until -
the three-power
from :
ADVERTISING RATES a guarantee that the'bidder
will inc.
1 No ? Aug. 30, round-trip
lives to himself alone..
Forty-five cents per inch. No dis This ,union, which was formed 1 man furnish and deliver to the City oCI I tickets good in coaches only,
But all too men and women. '..rt Ilyers. the "
No special position several years ago by an Englishman many tractor offered 15-day limit, any
count for plates and in a community apparently go on within 10 days after the award of "The writer knows you will check points in the entire Southeast
guaranteed. AH advertising copy Ifor the promotion peace Mie purchase of such tractor to said ..30.day.limi tickets trifle
-and double
will halve delegates at-. the assumption they owe nothing to. bidder. The check Aside"*! ent of the
must be in this ofic'Vednesday goodwill, cash or certified checksof : I higher. :
their community. Day by day they unsuccessful bidders will be returned ATLANTIC COAST LINE

before issue. of paper. .1 'I: enjoy its benefits; take their toll of to such bidders within five "1' 10 right questions or state Last ,ear automobiles killed 31,000

I government, the community as it were, while ((5)) days after the award of this ments will sink in and MAKE OTHERS people.rains( cnly 95: 326 (fo It!
HUSTLE .WHILE WE WAIT branch) of his home contract is made by the City of TRAVEL TRAIN...IT'S SAFER!
and will come prepared, as our they give. less than nothing in re Fort Myers and the certified check THINK. I -' -___
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With thousands of dollars circus. Ruth Owen is to discuss intelligently .1 turn. This is a nobtuse view, Injurious accompanying the bid of the suc-J -... -.- .. '
prosre'ss and attitude of the I to, both the individual! and ,cessful bidder will be returned to I "Advertising must have a punch!
from the .
week .
i in Clewiston each .
such Make
I world tha community bidder, upon the delivery to others want what you have

the payrolls of theSouthern Sugar I I home people on the subject. of the' City of the tractor' by such successful :_----...-- ---.--. .. .
"One owes much to his community --
prosperitywhile peace.. bidder
Company, \e enjoyed .
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other sections of the state The Union Is largely an exchange The award of the contract w1ll'1 .
were suffering depression. Due to table .for informal ideas emanatingfrom flag. As a. matter ,of trTith, loyaltyto not be made until the City has had : .
full opportunity to examine and test f
the strats with the community -
flag '
the entire represented. It is
the peoples I Ij
financial conditions over
:nny or nil of the tractors offered ; '
these house in which the Informed ,. extends to the state and! reaches : ,EVERGLADES FUNERAL '
country: we are now facing a clearing ito j the City under this proposal, HOME 1 .
same .conditions. The following. editorial and the authoritative speak to the far stretches of the nation. ];ifwhich examination and tests will be" I : ,
Arcadian should influences of J made as soon as possible? after the ,
from The without the hedging
i i "Man not taking thought Bright to reject any or aU. the bids Funeral! prectqrs1fMBULANCE .
I by
them. No _may {
inspire. Clewiston business me to go officialdom pressing about received under this proposal. The : ,.

out and'- escort .business-. ,back" -to !.I government is affected in any way : add a cubit to his stature, but asa City will not consider any bid exceeding ;, .i\" \ ,.

Clewislou:' I I by the proceedings of the Union, I full fledged community builder, ., $800.00. Prospective bidders '\ '"" '
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; ever alert to add quality and quantity ; secure official blank forms of ;; 7 SERVICE i
"All things come to him who but the world generally gets a com 'jmust : : ,
;Proposals. and Bids by applying to' .; ." .
waits," sang one old-time philosopher rj>site picture of the world peace Increment. to his town one may Hall, : !
1 i >';the City Clerk at the City ,. : LICENSED EMBALMERSReverse II II'i,
add cubits quantity :
quality and cu
.but later a wag added thatit I movement otherwise impossible. Fort Myers, Florida. t .
would come faster to him who' The United States has sent a Capable 'bits. And the reward of merit there:.'&; 1 '' :' Josiah H. Fitch, j II' \ .. .t
husu'ed" while he waits. And there's 1' representative in Mrs. Owen. fore may be measured in consciousness I ;, Mayor. i i i2t ) I
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: Charges V/hen Phoning Us.
: lot to that. Nobody has ever been She. knows the people of the other of duty well done and in the I j -
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able to completely analyze business : .jlide, and she can interpret the translation of greater value into his ..- .
Pahokee Fla. .
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material in the to\\'l-his
depression, and prosperity and determiue' American ,constituency to them. She property I "
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just why sometimes we has been particularly active for Report of the condition of the : .

have one and sometimes the other. I i :years 'in the promotion of peace NOTICE OF TAX EQUALIZATION First Bank of Clewiston, at Clewiston .'
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It is tnt that business pulls atI among the nations, and Florida.shoul in the 'State of Florida 'at the closeof : : = = : : :=. ::: : : : = :-
gee-haws sometimes. in.' some. lines I be proud that this. state TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. : business June 30, 1930. ''
.. I In compliance with Section 929, Dollars "-----
, because of over-production of some" through her c-ll. occupy a high placein Compiled General Law of Florida. Loan and Discounts 35,424.83

commodity. Or destruction of crops the councils of the nations when Tax NOTICE Assessor is hereby of Hendry given that County the,' United States Municipal Bonds ........ 70,500.00 I .:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:............................................................kJ ...............
by the elements may cause a local discussing this all important sub County and \ '
-, Florida, will meet with the Boardof Bonds 21,000.00; .
and there are other superficial Miami Herald. J
depression ject.
County Commissioners of said All Other Bonds Coun- '. ,. ..
causes which! are readily I county at the office of the Clerk of ty School Warrants 15800.00( .
traceable, but when the whole country DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK? the Circuit Court in the Court Banking House, Furni- ) ( I If

suffers from -such a slump as I House at LaBelle, Florida, on Thursday ture and Fixtures ..' 9,344.45 ;:

i By Edson R. .Waite August 7th, 1930, at 10 o'clock, Cash on' Hand and Due' f '. .. .'. -
,lie: present one, even the wisest,, ... 42,561.99 r'
A.- M., for. the purpose of hearing from Banks .
economists seem unable to determine ; made complaints and receiving testimonyas TOTAL ......,....... 194,631.27 h J ; THE CLEWISTON INN
That every effort. Dollars :
the real cause. j I .. .. to the value of any property, realor Liabilities I ;
In ........ 15L000.00Surplus
Along this line the Vero Beach to beautify the .home city. personal, as fixed by the County Capital Stock paid "'',

I, .----'- Assessor of Taxes for the year 1930, Fund ........."............. 20,000.00 I I
Press-Journal recently} offered some Public-spirited efforts should be aul) of perfecting, reviewing and I' Undivided Profits i t j. II :"/n The Center of America's New Sugar BoivL"

wise comment, In the following: I I their equalizing the assessments as made (Less Expenses and ," : ,

"So i i I made by everybody in making b'y :said Tax Assessor.You Taxes Paid ........................ 7.230.So I II
. frequently one hears the expression property as attractive as possible. :and each of you: are hereby Dividens Unpaid .................... 1,500.00 il CLEWISTON.. FLORIDA '

. ''Business is coming back,' I I. '- notified to be present at said time Deposits :: ."............. 131,885,64 "t

or, 'Florida' is" coming back,' .,that I .Considering* the small amountof. and place and there set forth aLf. ijds BorrowW Liabilities,...*.. .,;...'....... l_ 1000.0'iOilier ','. .- r 0'I'. I .. ..;; ." if..j.j..: '.;'.,. ...'.._ ... /. .__-.. ''''''.'''.''''.i -. >.'..-;.."..: ... ..,._ .' .-'. .. ,- .. .

: the fear may well be indulged that attention that. is required after the? ';complaint"'which i you a produce may desire any as testimony to the 'ire Cashiers: Checks' ................ 955-so I11 t ".......,..".........;......;......'............................-...................'..:.....,................'.-:.:..'...}.-'.,.';..:......""..,.........=:...-.,...."f\...:..........r'..' .." .

a lot of people are waiting the :
on I laying out-at no great cast- value of any property as fixed and TOTAL ......i.:.:..:............:.... 194,631.27 } \

corner for 'the comeback. Truth' ,is, coupled with the quick response ofnature's I assessed. by said County' Assessor of State of Florida_ County of lIeu i, !_I __' ____ .. .
t 'II I
business never comes back. Men Taxes. dry, ss.:
forces, many yards of
Cashier \
and, women: go out and bring it W.. L. MURRAY\ Elbert L. Stewart, .;
transformed solemnly .
would be do
b. -cl{. Business is simply 'the trade parkings soon Chairman Boa. 'd of County Corn- the above-named Bank, statement Is ; ':" ;: ::ii". .' AtI.na:!.,!J.t .;,. .'" : ",;"'r::;>:';= --=-iEF":
from the weedy, neglected d' condition mIssioners of Hendry County,, swear that the I ., 'H- __ ._ ., ,., t
transactions of civilized of the best'of my knowledgeand :
races true to .
they are now 'in. into a galaxy of I Florida.
in responseto
is .
it ;
people. And In this day It means a ATT.EST; : William T. Hull, Clerk. belief, and that the .
beauty. official notice to report by .
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world-wide relationship. Florida.
I I -- Comptroller of State r

"Natural: causes may contributeto The effect on the, would-be< 'esf INVITATION FOR BIDS ELBERT L. STEWART,' Cashier.

the slowing down of business or de at to make their home there Sealed delivering, proposals to the for City{furnishing of Fort CORRECT C. -L.ATTEST DOWNS : :; : : ; ; I.; : : ; : >
to speeding it up. But even so, It would soon be apparent. Myers, Florida, the following described ELBERT'L. STEWARTC. ,:,7 ) + :, x :**' ,:;: : ; 0, "
human equation that estrtb-:: -- Used Caterpillar Tractor V.
I I. .
Directors .
lashes the balance and restores, nor- : The way to build a city is to loveit will -be ,received by the City Clerkat : and sworn to, before I
the Hall, Fort: Dryers, Florida
mal conditions in business' and industry City
and work for it. 7th day of July, 1930,
I I this
t until 10' A. Mon 'July 21st, me 'Public .
So far as Florida is concerned C W. M'DONALD, Notary' New roads under construction
1930, at which time all bids will be My commission : ; are i
their collegiate problems successfully '' State of Florida at Large.
natural conditions
more I
are I publicly .opened beforeand. presented i'
graduated with honors, secured Fort My expires Sept. 3, 1933. i
favorable here at the present time. i to the City Council of ; thousands of additional acres

than in any other part' of this 'coun their diplomas, and received also. "' =c';"-"". .. .. _"" ...V'_,_,....." :r' Z""!i t <*r it ii!.:.r. .:;i:1 ;- ; I
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'" -
try. The people, many of them, are commendators letters to a large'shipbuilding I 1 r. sugarcane will be harvested for

still struggling against conditions concern with '''which they :

made by. themselves, but in the face desired employment. I! .. next year's grinding season. Clew
-- r.:
of these conditions every earnest "Ushered into the 'waiting room '_

soul is making progress toward a' of the head of the firm, the first', r: t. :. .. .. <: ,..' iston is swiftly approaching its

better business day.. Those who stand was given an audience. He presented ;,::r, .:. : '

idly waiting for business to return his letteis. : J;.'.,.' .. ." "'.' rightful place as the metropolis of-

may meet disappointment instead. "What can you do?" asked the I '
: MAKE>> YOUR SELF AT HOME the northern Everglades:
Drawing maps showing the curves in man' of millions. .I -
I. .. .. .
V "
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business over a term of years'may "I should like some sort of clerk I ;I I

help business men to get their bear- ship." I ,'"...,,

Ings, but it is by making 1 use of V. .11.. sir, r will take your nameand' A-FEW- ; .CHOICE. ROOMS", :' Now is the time to take advan-

every opportunity available today address!?,. ;and should'we. have 'I .. : ; :

that better business conditions will anything of the. kind; open, I will cor- I ARE NOW AVAILABLE. tage of the golden opportunities r

be brought about.. | respond with you." i

'The 'people of no state have As he passed out, he remarked to offered here. '

more reason for feeling encouragedthan his i: waiting 'companion, "You can go

the people' of Florida. Though in and '' t. '
'leave your address. RE l\'SO'NABLE RATESHOMELIKE '. 1
they have had to overcome some. The and ... :
other presented himself '
severe handicaps ,during the past l>aors.Vh t can you do?" he ,vas ,-... <: :; > :' j : > .... I '; :.', .. u"-"I:' : 'j' :>":'>.; :'. > :: .:f' ''': ,, ,;.' ,'\; .: '

three ;years, some of which) wereelfimposed asked. ] I"", I SURROUNDINGSii .. r1.

they are now facing a "I can do anything that .
a green ,
better future than they have since I' hand can do, sir" was the reply. : '"" -' .: .'. ;-1. f ;J :?:: !? ::;. <\.: ..: :u' : :'....:': .< .: .' 4-

1924 one of the normal years iii'I The magnate touched .a button, : : : :' : ; 'For Details "Write ToCLEWISTON ..'
the development of the. state. We I and 'a superintendent came in. :\. TRY OUR SUNDAifiNNERS :: ,._'(r:1; :' .

only need out half if we .' ;
go way J
"Have to .
anything I -
I you put a .man. ; .;:. '. ,7; : .. :.'. :
are anxious for business to comeback to work at?" .. .
: :
and we shall have the p a. "''We' want a: man to port scrap ; ? ':; r' ,. .

sure of escorting it.. back." iron," replied the superintendent.And < \ CHAMBER! OF COMMERCE

the college graduate went to '. u' CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL

ON GETTING A' sorting scrap iron: I I"On" Florida
week passed, and the presl-
dent< nicotine 'the superintendent,

An exchange tells this story, which asked "How is the' new man getting ..

may be true or it may n.ot. but Jt' on?" .. ." i j : THE. WATANABE HOTEL

-could be tiue and It has its' countervail "Oh"' was' the reply, "he did fine .r . .

In real life a very great = .. ,- '
many ---didn't know there was 'a clock on .. "I NTHE CENTER OF AMERICA'S

times Just now it will' probably the 'place. I put him over the gang" MRS. CLAUDE- .' DOWNS.. r:' Manager.! '. ; : .

regarded: a ;r '. j )1 NEW SUGAR BOWL"

those who should be most Interested, 'had' reached the head of a de-'! ', ; : '" .

but it isn't Tt Is worth t'e cadir. .
partment and .
an advisitory. position I ,.) : :
With just enough money to pay with the management at a salary1"1fnl1fn I h

their .way through) rollere. two hale g into four .flTnrrts.H !.' r' .

and: hearty. boys 'left home' to make I
their way through life: They solved .
ep1dn' a clerkship. : "'_. : ; : --.. J







I eral opinion, mass production does to all sections of the state. ized to manufacture and
guava A
golf shot is about
a 50-50 proposition .
; CHEVROLET MOTOR UNDERGOES 5,000 not prevent precision, but lack of Througji: the regional committee I I grape jellies and orange and papayamarmalades. half In knowing what to do .'

precision prevents mass production.The will be gathered all J bids of Individual A grove of 100 acres
: and how to do it and tho big half In
INSPECTIONS DURING CONSTRUCTION fit is tho thing. When a part communities for the institution of guavas and papayas will be planted -
knowing you. :will do ft.
: does not fit, it holds up output. It I After the bids are in this committee and the firm will also buy all I

i t 1) ---- bearings In place, also' are weighed'1 will not fit if it has been made will form the contact for presenting the guavas and -
I f papayas they can
used to and accurately matched in sets accordIng One must know the fundamental
{ "Hand built through ut" 1 with an indifference to standards. them, to the governmentboard secure in that section.
I be the hallmark of American industry to weight, which must not Cut precision from a factory's pro-I charged with responsibilityof i of golf and by steady and regular

I touch" to the; a quarter of an ounce.A I practice develop the muscular sideof .
I tho "Tiffany vary gram and you cut its power of pro- selecting the site. At this state Secretary Wilbur's approval of I it.
quality outPut. of American manufactures tolerance of within two thousandths conferenco the State Chamber comp
: duction. Precision is the father, the proposal to establish a National -
everywhere.ToilaY'1 of an inch is the maximumfor mittee expects to be in position to -
I quantity production is the Park in the Cape Sable region of Too much stress : .
cannot be laid
such' are the precision demands Chevrolet camshafts which'. are all on
present 'information
The would impossible. necessary
reverse : be Florida carries this important
I J I uroj- practice and the fact- that one'must
tested for wejgfht, '
of mass production in the repeatedly for compiling a J bid.
l -- ect another tsep nearer consuma- not expect or try to advance too
indus straightness shape of the cams and rap.
automobile and other ;
many ; During the, committee session. tion. By the provision of a Bill In- IdlyStop ,
their maximum :lift.; Timing FLORIDANS' WILLCOOPERATE
rod'uci" hand gears
tries that to call a. P> I
; here today the need for organized troduced in Congress, by Ruth Bry-
i are matched in sets to insure quietness .
built would be to brand it as a effort '
and close cooperation between an Owen, part of Monroe, Collier t iL
crude product indeed. and special dial gauges regis- i
I. FOR .1 all concerned in pushing 'Florida and Dade Counties would be incor-
ter the meshing of every tooth on I
1 When parts are put together at claims for' the location of the' institution porated in the Park.
both the crankshaft and camshaft
, the assembly line they must fit to was emphasized. Coordination I
to within three thousandths SOLDIERS HOME
hairbreadth accuracy, else the efficiency i| of all is an outstanding essential in
of an inch of the standard. Even
J of the whole unit is destroyed .. securing the home for Florida. This 666Relieves l '
the Chevrolet flywheel is balancedon -
and delays are occasioned that are I fact has been expressed! through?
machines especially designed for Conference
tac,above' cost limit. Such a variable the press and by state leaders of a a' Headache' Neuralgia' In I Ir

factor as the human equation the Chevrolet Motor' Company 'and To Be Called By number of organizations inteiested. 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first ,
are gauged for mesh of starting 1
must play only a minor research role in measuring motor gears and the accuracy of State C. of C. I. The members of the State Chamber I: day, and checks Malaria In three
variances, for en- days. DICE
the clutch of Commerce committee also ,I IeMDAN
gineers have found the light ray Infinitely mounting. \ 666
; stressed'the fact that ALSO IN
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-Florl d'a's as a committee TABLETS.
"We have to demand in
more exacting than the human accuracy
location the its interests were concerned en-
claims for the of re-
eye. And so they have developed every detail to build the finest power 1
cently authorized branch of the tirely with the development of n
many wonderful instruments plant over placed in a Chevrolet -I

| to displace the old-time workman; ," declared C. F. Barth, National Soldiers Home to be established program 'whlch''would'' place Florida

i Ir I with his calipers-instruments tensj dent in charge of lc.e.presI.1: I in the South will be presented -, favorably before the government "at"SAVANNAH'S
the concerted effort board and that the question'of in
j j and hundreds of times more accu- "Secondly, did we fail we could > REST"HOTEL
1 rate. not achieve our high output Mass I''of organizations and municipalities i dividual' sites was riot a consideration

t I interested,' according to preliminary with which the' committee.
i production is not' the tyrant of pres- |[ :
< Concrete examples of the exactHess' -
-J' ent-day manufacture. But precision' plans outlined here today by a special would deal.G. SAVANNAHRates :

\ d : required in precision manufac- Is. It comes first. Contrary to gents committee of. the Florida State .. G. 'Ware. of '!lieeshurg.' president'
ture are provided steps
1 .Chamber; of '''C mmerce. of :the Florida State- Chamber of ..fI
I J along the assembly lines of the motor -
i |! a new problem, and at least some 1 Within the next week or ten days i Commerce. in appointing the committee .

r plant of the Chevrolet Motor of the efforts of agencies for help a statewide .conference of persons I j[, to' develop. a program- as ouf. _. Without bath-from $'1'.50'up'
Company, at Flint, Mich., Here every I I .
II. ing' the farmer should be devoted to and communities interested will lined expressed his hope that allFlorida With bath-from 2.50: '
motor has to undergo 5,162 separate : I I j ',', up
+ the back country. 1 I probably be called .under the. aus-j ,vould'unite" and'work together
precision inspections and one I
1 : Fortunately, this Is being done toa pices of tho State Chamber of Commerce on the project 'IN EVERY ROOM

\ man in everysix is an inspector. considerable extent already, but :I for the' purpose= of .discussinga I : "' "'Radio Loud' Speaker. Rates posted'.n do.rElectric'
"Check and double-check" has be- I
I it needs_ to be carried forward i definite method of procedure. At A new industry will be established Ceiling Fan, Soft Water.
become of the American ver-
a part without slackening up. It is,. from this conference, under the. prelimii '! .( at Delray. .Beach. in Palm .'.' :, ,ABSOLUTELY
it is' the law and the statute. Without I l t r FIREPROOF
the back country of the United nary outline a state committee or" Beach 'County according to the Del.*. -
it the enormous'' volume of the I : MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONaaqaife
statesthat many of ''the n tion's' five will'. be appointed under a .re ray Beach News The'' Florida Products
would be impossible, for .
company I' \ {
leaders come. gional plan giving representation Corporation*' has been: organ"
precision is the first law of volume

: production
'\ ,- .- ,; -. .' ..7 i if ir
I; Among the thousands of inspections '

ci in the plant, the following .....,:. ".

.i prove of, unusual interest: to visitors: \f;, .. ; ; : / L .,. ::
, ; : : _
: ; 'S ;( ;
: : ,
'' : :*' .
1 .
bores subjected to 1
Cylinder are :; .
'" >, ', fI : .t. i ..' .. ... '
: >: -" -- -.
; I individual tests to determine accu- \ :; JM'".5 '_,1" ; : J'. ,, (., .7.;:.'".:.;" ',. vl .a .J', ," ." ,., -
?i '
; ') 1 jflte' .smoothness, dtraightness size : .' ,'4i"' N i0Y : :+( '.
, .t : tvI} : ;Z ttt
and the'correct right angle of each .
}' : .
1 : : ; : < c
I ,
: bore to the _cylinder block, with a ,; ., .",,(.< ....;!'\'.,";. ". < 'c .,.Ii \i": '- ..' .'.," ., !,:

.: size tolerance held to less than one- ; ..:: t. .x,41 t '

i. half thousandth' .of' an inch.. The 1 : t'r > ;j : r ,. : ,. ,' VRSI rv:4:, S!r.. %p%i} /ir:{ 5.I 5.

cylinder head is hydraulically tested I :. .0' "_. ,.. :," ..::1' ... 's 'yrF lrr/r} ., ...-.,.!; r';..''j,; 1,' ,
under high pressure to make certain .1(: '

'. that are correct.all water passages and open- : .,;; :::7=ft : ;: ;::: J. )/, ? .: ''"}]r 4 'i '+ C1 : ': < :; :: ::; : '

The cankshaf'es'eariug surfaces .,' -- '+i':>:}! s< d'I '. 'w. '!'Ii"; !. .

"'! after final' rolling and polishing, :f I r ; !: :' i
are subjected to nine inspections t: l > :' ?{ f'f'i
', ; .. : 1,, \ ;_, :
? %C
.for size. Each. Chevrolet piston is ,.. > .
i -- .., ?f' 1''r... <.' ..' 'i : ".
J Land-fitted to the' cylinder' bore with .. : : [ r. % ..
I -- .: .. .r/ >.. % : : .
absolutely ,no deviation from a standard .' ,:; ; ...,-o: : :.; s1yC' %2s.r. } ,. .:','. "': 'J.<> ;.oP ""' ,. : ".;,

I clearance permitted. It is .' ,
then tit Y.s :1.! $ 4 .i -

' gauged for size, taper, and absolute '

roundness with instruments that : 'T--- ;' :
':' ; .
register: correctly, within .one quar- '

, ter of a' thousandth of an inch. Eachis

,[, then weighed with its bronze

bushings and placed In sets of six.

A half-ounce variation in the weight .1 .J.,'..Ji t.J1; it ;... IJ.'! :"" '. ..,.:.'c. ,_ .. _
-Y': '''' '.'
: "" ; .n.; "' : -r' !,
: : !
of any piston in a set results in its : : < ,: .; 1 ,

rejection. .'l"., ,:.. ." !Ii l.,. ..i \. ; ..,., .., ',

Perfect fit of piston .lings is insured ; >;: '. ; ." //.i' ,- .. :;"
> 'i.
by means of a special light .. .r: ;" ''j(;. .,>,1.1': ;;'i'."... __
S r ,
\ '. ,.:. .
test .inspection. Connecting rods are

subjected to inspections for weight,

straightness and alignment of the .' #'.. 't ; '. d .

not upper alignment, used.? 'and'lower is The not rods perfect,bearings.with, the caps rod If and the is i ,{. : :,: : ':l:, :.?::-lLl; {! : :. tIta; tiJ nu Uvcuic1o// i-" "

j : L..i :/ ." 'I' >. : ::}-' //>
I COMMON SENSE I : /. ,: :<' '" : 'I 1) ,:. -- .
f :,;.A'it, : H -, ii' .. '" 'c,: "
I t

1 II! growing.through surprise Visitors the at Almost to not country Florida always seeing often more who the express answer crops drive .; ;:\ ; A i' ;: .e/t Th .. :;: t :f}",:" :'. ;

by the native Floridian is to '..' ''' -.." ., ......, ...,'l .- fZ'-,1. :.\.:.. .(.: : ... "'" .
Driven .' .
I : :' :: ; :, :..:. ;< / : J:.: S .; '.-. :
r :
'get off of the main highways and .,'. ....:.:.,' ;').. ". o.' ; .- '. '"'''" '" .. :..1I ..:' '(:I' "

J into the back country. : :,.r.':;}; .. "\ ;.'J '. "c'"

I .:- '" '" ._... ._, ... '" . .. : T !
A large part of the farming ,operations 'CAif .
; :
: ," -r,
of the state are carried on .- ; :.' '>:iJ V>. t
:f : .
off' the main highways{ and in the ':\:i; I'/t '

back country. However, there is a -
considerable amount of good farm. r-'i 'I

ing carried on near the principal .,t'

highways.: There are just so .many .

stretches of idle land along the' '

highways that the crops seem in- .
significant. terlielMILDER .

The fact still rematois! however,
I .
that the largest part of the farm- I 'irr4fn"

i! ins: operations. in Florida, unless it .
I'' be of citrus, Is carried' on in the
I.1I back .
country or the part of the '. ;
I'' state' off' of the' road is not quite so :.." .!.f ,YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. ,... .-.-."):{ : .

Chesterfield offers richness .. :, :
,1 expensive. aroma, satisfying } { :-
'1.1 I Getting back off of the main : .''''...;. flavor. t r ,- "y y+ .'
:' ,,
Ii' highways to see farm crops, how '10"'' ,'. BETTER. TASTE-that's the answer; and "

: ever, reminds me of another thought ''s-- .
that's what smokers in Chesterfield in full- 1 1xa : '
i It Is the fact that the back country. get G' } 1

. I' here many of the state's farmers cst measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow

t 1\\ .ive, should. be developed.- As land ,: :.. :tobaccos, exactly blended and cross-blended. 1ljI".
: gets ,higher near the towns, and : '
II\ I Better taste, and milder too "
; ; the farming gradually moves back,

r j it wIn be necessary for the farmers -
t( I going into the 'bacK country 1 to I !930,LICSSTT a ?.IYZRS ToaAcco

I face some new problems. They Co.&J

I t ;\ hare: faced' many problems' of the .' .... \ti.; '. \ 0 ., ,
: i farming game, but each new. farm ? + :> :; ;":'',- '.' :::: ,, : -: .... t-U'r:. .' : usonr* MYEKS TOBACCO co'f .


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.Business Bureau The Beaches : : .,

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I\ It Brings the ounsnit or bpring 310-312 Dial: (
KELLY & TUCKER, INC. I j I' Clematis 23121
SO easy to move about. from one part time Into ; ,

317 Clematis & 21 Comeau Bldg' a room to another-or from room Special>< Reduction, On 350 Pairs I _
; to room-it is a fascinating experience
a .. .,. .
-, : to see the interesting,,effects one can -
: Coned apparel for men and young men LADIES' SHOES .
produce with the invigorating coloringsof .
Society Brand Clothes, Stein Bloch Clothes and Silver StrJ) e 1 Lloyd loom furniture. ,'- '

H A complete line of up-to- t r $10.00 yalue Clothes at popular prices. Dunlap also ... II new Lloyd styles in numerous color / ., rt tJ *.LJtF .
thc minute Furnishings.We ,! exquisitely upholstered ( ,; L/ .1 7 r

are here. The smooth, even weave of the
J Ji In many attractive colors; such as blonde, white, blue, green kid.
make a speciality of the best makes of merchandise at JI i fiber steel tubular legs a new Lloyd feature .

:popular prices. I / and removable auto-type cushions ilt7 and various combinations. -

I provide long life and solid comfort. ,r .
interesting is the 1i
.,.. purchase of an I .
1 t. "'-- a I i ..
... __. _,___ "-_ '... I'Ir'r'!." entire suite Represents an extremely
small Investment. Dining and DancingThe
i aL3 i Little Folks Shop
s =
Electric Service
a p jz=
6Jj p = for the Price of DiningWo
1 xeI.
Kee's New Place
for automobile or boat with Correct styles for
r I ..' Olive Avenue and First St.
Formerly Finders shoe store expert workmen at your call boys and girls i
[ \\-I.I.i : Newly Enlarged and
Quality never questioned in one of the finest electric i .s Decorated i 1
Special lot of ladies shoes. Everything in infants wear
shops in, south Florida.consisting Nice dancing floor and popular -
of blonde eggshell J c ." .
music at your disposal.
white, and l
brown -" SUTCLIFFES. }
None of merchandise is
our Only Chinese Restaurant in
and patent _
'black In kid r j
-.1 '..-,-- r- cheap but much of it is Palm Beach County
and Cuban Automotive Electric
leather, with spike inexpensive. -
heels.. ,, ........ :-'.>.'-- Service. Co. "' YQur patronage Is

: J... R. Sutcliffe. Prop. Ar 1ne&tt.Jq No. 17 Comeau Arcade::. I appreciated II
$395: 301.- First St. Special attention to parties
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3U5TER BROWN SHOES West Palm Beach : .',. I. Dean. Lumley ., t .
for Boys for Girls
High Class Millinery *
M4AM AICADI tXNIIT I.COOC.Mf Radio Eiectrical Laboratory
No 11'( Fagan Arcade WOT PALM MACM. PIOMIO* Merchants Join In WelcomeKeenly
22-23 Damatis Arcade Opposit U. S. Post Office
I aware of the buying power of the people of the north Parts and expert service on all makes of radios _.

II I ern Everglades, leading busincs men of Palm Beach are inviting } 0''';
New and Used Radios for sale
West Palm Beach, FloridaBefore
people of Clewiston '
and the northern Everglades
!1 The only etclusive.children's. to take
selecting your next 1 1i advantage of the opportunities_ offered In these coast stores. Custom-made sets built to customers order ,

j i] shoe store in the Palm when in West Palm Beach. -
i Modern A. C. Radios installed on small D. C. lighting plants
hat' be sure and visit our t
Steady payrolls in the sugarbowl section of the northern Everglades .
Soutr Florida Distributors .:
store. One prIce-six dollars. Beaches. gives this section a :rear round prosperity, contrasting -

i sharply with the seasonal business on the coast, and several of Pilot Radios and Tubes Kato Konvertters,.

I the leading business men of West Palm Beach are cooperatingIn Muckmobiles 'Menge Pumps_

an advertising message to the people of the Everglades.

4 >> Summer prices are now in effect on the east coast and this,

AMERICAN: TENT & AJVNIiVC co., Inc. the coast business men b&lieve, is another factor which will Interest -

Now Located at I the people of the Everglades communities, while good: I Palm Beach Pharmacy : 111S'

906 South Poinsettia Avenue roads to the coast make the trip easily; .,possible: in slightly more' .

Near Okeediobss Road \V es: Palm Beach lan an hour and a! haH from Clewibiou. '
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: Satisfied Customers Our Best Reference t
The thought of the businessmen cooperating in the messageis
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Telephone 7232 not to detract from the volume of home town buying but to .. .'.,..'.',:,\':."' '....oJ.( ,"'
offer the services of the businesr houses of West Palm Beach Kitchen Kook
And Estimates Will Be Cheerfully Given '
for the purchase of such articles as arc not available in the
Gasoline Stoves : Precri.; p tion Specialists, .. .
John S. Opdahl Everglades cJmUlu: :lties. b

"The purpose of our message" said one business man "is to _

.JT. I promote a better spirit of cooperation between the people of We also carry a full line ." 'Trusses,.' : ...

Estimates Satisfactory West Palm Beach and those in the rich back country." of parts '. .:. -
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910 South Dixie.

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Have your garage notify me as I am equipped to go anywhere ando Silks and Novelty Cotton. Goods

your body work at the same time mechanical work is ''being done and Company 331 J Clematis St.

7 Comeau Arcade .South. Poinsettia
W. E. Bock, Prop. West Palm BeachED

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SHOE REPAIRINGwhile MANY Dorothy-Denny. ,
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Arcade Datura St. West Palm Beach 7 Post Office Arcade o Lingerie
\ 12 Post Office Arcade S.' Olive .St. '
Party favors for all occasions, masquerade costumes, flags, West Palm Beach, 304 ::"
I nolse-makers, and paper hats. Toys for the kiddies. We make West Palm Beach, Tla. Reasonably Priced

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James Beardsloy of Clewiston wasa :-i.ort-3 roiiiiis on the case. has been our great Inspiration. Wo now working on the levee south of
Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 I
,, visitor. in La Belle Wednesday.The .f I According to his information the shall endeavor to show this at its ,' the Hillsborough canal and will be' t
E I'f thieves entered the court house best at the nineteen thirty-one con- moved to tho southern end of tho

f: Mr. and Mis. ,V. P. Vaughn spent Sunday In Sarasota County School board met around two o'clock. It was pointedout vention. Come make our homes your lake on July 24th. '
:, Sunday In Sarasota. they were ac Wednesday.L. I( that several hours were reQuired homes and our hearts will be yours. : The secretary gave the Information -
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. F. Fears spent Wednesday in I i to empty five barrels of shine Doyle E. Carlton, Governor of Fla. regarding the $9,692,000 which

Vaugh and son, W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Fort Myers on business.I .. M. Allen is seriously ill in the containing fifty-five gallons each. This telegram has been reproduced will be spent on flood control work
I --- The jail is located by the Western Union i i 1. For improving Caloohahatcheeriver
r and son. Fort Myers hospital.The I I county on the In size, 9 feet
I and Mrs Fred Maxwell and tliiid floor of the court house. al wide by 12 feet long, and was this and canal from Lake Okee-
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith are children spent the weekend in Mi post office has been movedto I I most directly over the clerk's of yarning placed on display in tho chobee to Gulf of Mexico, by dredging -

.spending a few days in Tampa. ami. its new home in the now Post fice. It was also reported that one Atlantic City Convention Hall on a channel providing discharge out.
They will return to Clewiston this Office Arcade adjoining Ferrey's of the deputy sheriffs was sleeping specially built easel, 21 feet high Jet capacity of 2.500 cubic feet per '/

week-end. Louis Weatherington spent the Store.D. I directly above the vault where the and 10 feet wide. Through the cour- second from lake and navigation) : u
I I weekend in Fort Meade visiting' his i liquor was stored. I tesy of the Underwood Typewriter channel at least six feet deep ando

Mr. and Mrs.\ Gone Kerr have returned patents. G. McCormick\ of Tampa was The lack of law enforcement in Company this huge telegram was feet wide with necessary con. .
from Columbus, Ohio, where visiting in La Belle Wednesday.Mrs. Hendry county during the past year prepared on the Underwood giant trol works, $1,557,000. '! ,
they spent their vacaaion E. E. Kelly and Bee Marshall has caused considerable comment typewrite, which weighs fourteen 2. For Improving Taylor's creek'

spent the weekend in Daytona: J. M. Barfield or Collier City o-v'er the county. Petitions for the tons, took three years to build and with channel six feet deep, "58000., _

Mrs. C. A. Jackson returned from Beach, Fla. was a, visitor in La Belle Tuesday. removal of Dan McLaughlin as cost one hundred thousahd dollars. i 3. For levee and navigation chan

Indiana last Monday where she has ---- sheriff has been sent to Governor It is 21 feet wide, 18 feet high and nel six feet deep and 80 feet wide

been visiting her parents. Bee Marshall Jias as her guest Guy M. Strayhorn, was a business Doyle E. Carlton and his action in prints a four inch letter. i following general south shore of
I over the week her, sister, Miss Ade- visitor in La Belle Wednesday: the matter is expected to bo received lake: 6663000. '

Lonnie Warren accompanied Miss lyne Marshall, of Daytona Beach. within a few days. I : '4. For levee on north shore of

Clovilla Warren from EvergladesCity Mr. and Mrs.\ Edward Curry, Miss SUBSCRIBE FOR THE lake, 1214000.: .
Sunday. Henry Story entertained at his Mildred and Mable Curry and Harold SUGAR COMPANY I 1 I 5. For improving St. Lucle river1.

home with a dance party ,Monday Adams motored to' the American IS NOW SOLVENT \1 CLEWISTON NEWS I to provide channel six feet deep

A. W. Slas spent. the week-end In night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Legion dance in Fort Myers on. the ,land 80 feet wide, $25,000.

Punta Gorda with relatives. Stewart. Those present were Mr. Fourth (Continued from page 1)) PHONE 339 I 6. For protection works in St. Tai"
!' and Mrs. Neil Stewart, Grace Pack- ''fiii tlds. cle canal, $175,000.
:e Mrs. Fred Puryear has as her Lard, Kitty Martin, Ruth Knopf, Forreys Grocery store has moved .The Southern .Sugar 'Company was "

guest her sister, Miss Algia Currie, Elizabeth Lancaster, Francis Mon- from their old location to the new placed in receivership June 30 by I I .__..........r..w.-.w. ..tea. _
of Atlanta, Georgia. Monroe, Francis Tippey, Dr. Ezelle, Post office Arcade. the Circuit court of Hendry county, I _

: j 'A. W. Sias, Frank Hirscjh, Victor Florida! upon the request of credit: "1'I:

, f"j f -Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart spent Blate, Horace Houze. Harold Adams of Miami spent the ors represented by tho Weir Kilby 1! '

Tuesday in West Palm ,Beach shop Fourth visiting in La Belle. Corporation :Mr. Dahlberg and P. G.I :I :,

:. ping. Miss Grace Packard, of Cocoa, is Bishop were named receivers. ,
I ;) visiting her sister, Mrs. Neil Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barnes and Mr. Dahlgerg released figures to''' :
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: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Puryear and *"fn, Cyrus. Mr.\ and Mrs Drew show that his company's assets are i i I

(I Mrs. Puryear's sister, Miss Algia Hampton. Mr\ and Mrs. W. P. Ar- approximately $20,000,000 as of Mayj E I I ri =

Currie spent the weekend in Sara- Mrs L. N. Smith had as her, ledge, Mr. and Mrs.: W. J. Myers, 30th, while its liabilities, including I .I I

sota. guest on Tuesday Miss Kitty Mar- ?oIl'. and Mrs. G. M. Watson and long-term indebtedness but exclusive I y*

tin, Mrs. B. F. Martin and Mrs. L. Fete and Charlie Doub fidl hed, at 'I of stock, are about 4500000. He i iI i ;! td

J Mrs. W. C. Hooker, accompanied W. Martin of :Avon Park. 'Miss Kitty Pollywog Creek Sunday. A good said the firm needs $1,500,000 to ] 4

by her mother, Mrs. M. C. Hooker'and Martin will remain in Clewistonover catch was reported. I maintain .its ,operation: until the

J, Mr. and Mrs."T.. J. Bradleyare the weekend.Mr. grinding season begins in November.Mr. "Fires cost tbor, ''r, rF;

: spending a few days in Wash Mr. and Mrs.\ Tom Wilkinson and I Dahlberg" blamed "disgruntled' I little today it's 3 I \ I

. ington, D. C. and Mrs. J. K. Baker and children and Miss Mary\ Frierson small creditors" for the bankruptcy folly not to bray ,

; their guests, Ruth Knopf and Eliza motored to Fort Myers on business. I petition and stated his belief that the best
I Dave Alston, Paul Alston and Dr. beth Lancaster spent the, Fourth of I the court would
not grant the re- That is why Goodyear sales going ahead af rate beyondany
are a
;' McArthur spent the Fourth of July July in West Palm Beach. Repiesentativ-elect Elbert L. Stew-I quest. He said
I had
company under previous record. Building many millions more tires a
:i in West Palm Beach. art of Clewiston was a visitor in La '
contract 22,000 than other ,
I acres of sugar year any company, Goodyear enjoys greater experience -
Fred Moltz who has been work Belle Wednesday.Ed 'cane and lowest costs-can for I
in the field, the refining of give more your money.!
i Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare went ing at Belle Glade spent the week which
I' would end the present, crisis. Come In and get the benefit-the best tires-lowest prices
i to' Jupiter Friday after their daughter end with his .family. I Lee of Fort Myers was in La ,
l.; backed by our friendly service.NOW .
f,i i e...' ,*Evelyn, who has been attend I i Belle on business Wednesday.Tax .," I I' ,1 ing the girl scout camp. Emma Laura Sam Woodham, Earl Crawford, : !: with a paralytic e. stroke several '

. Bethea returned to Clewiston Francis Monroe and Dr. Ezelle, spent' Collector James, L. Taylor weeks. ago is, improving slightly. : In 6-Ply cj Regular 4' ''
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with Mr. and Mrs. Hare. Friday in West Palm Beach. |' motored to Clewis ton Wednesday. .
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; :" Irs. E. E. Kelly of Daytona. Art .. Lawrence ,and A. W. Siasmotored Dr. J. S. Seabold leftfor a'vacation s and' 'children" i >' .1 .
were driven from their,
,A ." !3"cach. is spending' the wee k with to Palm Beach Tuesday in the north last week. home? by the high water. (i fii11i' @ .fiathfrndet

her' daughter, Evelyn. j night to see the pictures' of. Byrd's i' sj I Lifetime Guaranteed, Quality Tires -values I1

4 .1 [strip to the South Pole. ., Mr. and Mrs.\ Roy Burke and j!i -, :Mrs.! T. V. Davis has opened anew only the world's largest tire production make
Miss" Evelyn Kelly, Tom Shelly.I children, Mrs. T. R. Miller and chil- possible
" I grocery store next to Weavers;
and Emmett Shelly spent Sunday in Dave Alston spent Monday- in dren, Beatrice and Carson, left for drug store. Ralph Hendry is manag 6-PLY e.. FULL OVERSIZE'FULL
West Palm Beacfua Palm Beach on business. t!'O'Brien Sunday where they will er of the meat department. OVEIJD REGULARS
a stay during the high water. Mr. and I
e week-end Jimmie 4.50 21 .,...... $8.75 30x4.50 .......... $6.45 ,
the Lee spent the Fourth of
John Mowry spent Mrs. Burke will visit relatives in Mr. Timm
of St. Louis was a busi-
.in Miami with )juis wife who is July, in Palm Beach. Gainesville.Miss ness visitor in La Belle Mr. Timm I 5.00 19 .... $10.45 29x5.00 .."...... $8.10 jr i f. '
spending the summer on the Beach. .- I represents ','
a large investment firmof '
Mrs. Dave Alston returned from Lucille 'Hampton who has 1 }1
St. Louis who are large
I 1 Mrs. G. V. Hudson left Sunday for Columbus, Georg i a', Wednesday, been the house guest of Miss Louise 'I in Hendry county. taxpayers .' ., ': ,
I Romney, Virginia. to spend several where she has been visiting her Cowar of Nocatee, returned home :: .
months with her parents. Mr. Hud parents. .t
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night and Tuesday in La Belle on -',
where they took the train. Dick and Earl White accompanied I Elmer Anderson, Harry Hanson I business. ..-
by Edith Millets and Betty Willets and Robert Magill left last week for I '

I Mr. and Mrs. Musgrave and Mr.and motored to Palm Beach Monday the C. M. T. C. at Fort Ccriven,

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' Henry Stall was in Clewiston vis- ment. Elmer and Harry received appointments "

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I ',sugar factory. THE CLEWISTON NEWS I Moriss Watson of Clewiston spent : ... ;7 : I', H" '."
1 the week end at his home in La '
Lelaud Crews spent Sunday in PHONE 339 Belle. THAT'x
Fort Denaud with his parents. I : !," ..IT .: ,

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