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 25, 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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Where Agriculture Industry Meet And The : C 1 e wis ton New s';:- ... .The Center. Sugar of Americas Bowl. Newt

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Harbor Old man Sol has favored Clewis-

S ARE WORKING in the lo- REMOVED BY ton during temperature the past from week. July The average 14- ARE THROWN OUT BY UNITED .- .:

through July 20 was maximum, 90

S NEW STATE to to.take applica-the I i degrees while the minimum was 71 STATES COURT IN TAMPA'B. :

1 GOVERNOR CARLTON degrees. It seems hardly possiblethat
. to fill the
i Florida and especially Clewis- --
at Lake Har

$3,000 Weekly ( ). l. ton can enjoy such pleasant weather .,G. Dahlberg won his case against claiming insolvency, would probably

Helps Local miles east Robert H. Hancock Appointed such while the rest of the nation suffers bankruptcy proceedings in the r force the company Into that condition
" West Palm severe waves. United States ,District Court in Tam- if they ganied any delay.
: : During Summer. Is headquarters To Fill*', Date Max. Min. Rainfall pa today thereby proving his ability Judge Akerman overruled the -motion '.

; July 14 ., ... 92 72
fighter and discounting the for continuance orderedthe
.. Southern Sug- as a many and
,',.. :. Machinery for" the Atlantic Coast Vacancy.. ,. July 15 ............ 93 71 0.60 rumors that he was not interestedIn case to a final hearing at once.

: : .l. completion of the first ten road July 16 .. ......... 90 73 0.47 seeing that the operations of his
their *
-' I 'I am not going to put myself"Si:
' : : State Road number July 17 ..,......... 92 71 0.39 .vast holdings in Clewiston con-
l last were
Harbor .
I D. L. McLaughlin, sheriff[ of Hen- the position of wrecking this concern
being placed this morning by July 18 .....'....... 90 71 0.25 tinued.

r F. Powers- Constiuction dry county, was removed from office July 20. ............ 90 72 He went Into court with other 'officials by any delay," lIe declared., "1C
application last Governor Doyle E. the concern ought to be wrecked,
'J, ;.1 successful bidders for this ,Friday by Total rainfall for week 1.71 inches.
.. (, '. may Carlton, charged with misfeasance, I and after a short hearing lets wreck it rIght. now."
, t. ., tual work will
:. start today Postmaster Previous rainfall for year 45.15. Judge Alexander Akerman dismissedthe
:-'t and incompe- "Exactly," agreed'attorney Chrifc-
malfeasance drunkness
cording to the statement of Total for 46.86. .
eJ year
suit minor
which filed
office. was by
,,' post tency and neglect of duty. tie, for the Company.
"'. cal engineer the work will creditors'.
'. progress, :apout six months. McLaughlin was appointed sheriff "We are not ready to proceed
,: organized and MEETING OF CO.DEMOCRATS The following news story was sent with the case," said attorney Will
'f' The amount of the bid was when the county was to the Clewiston News by its reporter iamson.
of the firm of Williamson
has been re-elected twice. He was
921.74 which calls for a direct from the United States
serving on his third term when removed and Cain, representing? some of the
base eight inches thick with IS I
BY Court room'as soon as Judge Aker- smaller creditors. "We have some
the Governor.
by ,
top dressing.
his decision. "
man gave "
I :witnesses want
we to produce.

.:. ., Clewiston merchants will w I TRUSTEE A movement was started by The bald SET FOR TUESDAY TAMPA, Fla., July 24.-Bankruptcy "Let the hearing proceed," ordered
this work ,especially during Clewiston News" to clean up a. proceedings against the Southern 1'
Akerman. "If It becomes apparent
" 'mer months when business is : situation that has existed In the _
Sugar $20,000,000'
I company corporation later that need witnesses
..:._ lowest ebb. Twenty-five during the past two year I you .your
-J' men county
',,: Five New Members Are with headquarters at Clewis ton you'll have time to get them."
: : employed on the co 1 Complaints from all over the county dismissed
in Federal
were court by

, of the work, with an average 1 1st; were ]received Here charging"Mc Appointed. By State Judge Alexander Akerman this after- Attorneys proceeded for to the offer Sugar in Companythen evidence

ly payroll of $3,000, they' will Laughlin with neglect of duty and
for lack
1 1st Chairman.At noon prosecution. the books of the Company, and to
Clewiston. drunkness. These complaints were Investigated

Efforts are being made to and presented to the B. G. Dahlberg, president of the introduce the Company's officers for
... ,' the recent meeting of the State examination. Besides Dahlberg, Attorney
the highway fro mthe West the Clewiston Governor. During this investigationa company, asd other officers were on

Beach county line to school term I carload of liquor was shipped Democratic Executive Committeemenwhich hand in court this morning. with the Christie introduced M. H. Gibson -

',- using the detour road W. C. Owens from the county site and a large, was held at Jacksonville, company's'' records, ready to disprove -I auditor of the Company; F. E.'
Hurd L. Reeves Bryant, and Jules M. Burguires, vice
Mrs. J. E. the member the charge of Insolvency. Rep-
Hooker's point. By closing the : amount of liquor was stolen from '
the committee, was authorized by resentatives : presidents; R. W. Richardson, an
; way and using this detour who will also court house. of creditors holding
: language; the. state chairman to appoint a new $2,000,000 worth of claims againstthe appraisor from the American Appraisal -
progress more rapidly and Hundreds of affidavits were made
S. C. county executive committee. This also hand to Company; F. Deane Duff,
company were on ,
completed in about sixty a and sent to the Governor charging
Athletics committee Is composed of five mem- join with the in Purchasing Agent, who handled roost
road will be twenty feet and ; McLaughlin with misfeasance and ,Sugar Company
bers representing the five commissioners bf the Company's land purchases,
Gains Ga. fighting the 'bankruptcy.
standard state road, and will malfesance, and neglect of duty: 4
Whatley Fort district in the county.I Attorneys for certain minor creditors totalling 140,000 acres In the Ever
the same construction as the These coupled with an investigationby

road north of Moore Haven II Miss Petteway the state which ordered bj' Mr. Reeves announced the appointment sought to delay' a' final adjudication glades .section near Clewiston; andP.

..... ( : Miss Jamye was eff'l.IcL' of the following: L. A. and to have a master appointedto G. Bishop, who with Dahlberg,
the Governor caused the removal
Ga., fifth; and : Morgan, Clewiston, District numberone take testimony later. rad been made receiver for the Company
.. :}ughlin.. .
___ .4 :. JL A.. Rider, L Belle. district This' was'vigorously opposed by in an action brought )JY- credit.
: 5 t'; 1 I
""" ltobert'A'. Hance ;;r of Clow stoic; ors in tre' clroE pout't' .o[, Hendr .,t.J
e 'f111ed"fn the : number two; J. H. BoothLaBe1; e, I attorri )'H-' >oggett; Christie j an :. :,

I GOLF the grammar was oppointed by the Governor to district number three; W. L. Murry, I gett, representing the ,Sugar Compa county.: '.,)00. /. .7:-t !; ;

School Is fill the unexpired term of sheriff Fort Denaud, district number four. I ny. They pointed out that the com- The complaining creditors { .1

1st. The McLaughlin. Mr. Hancock was serif and M. N. Taylor Felda ated their uupreparedness to question
district pany's 2,500 employees were suffering :
.d TO START of Highlands county in 1925 and the witnesses or examine tha
September 1st. These men will receive -I from non-payment of wages and
1926, later resigning to enter the Company's books today, v hereupbn
term. this week that the wages could not be paid :
real estate business. He has been Judge Akerman threw the case outi
from the
state chairman
meet- until
"; board at Its a the bankruptcy proceeding was
Qualifying Rounds connected with The ,Southern Sugar ing will be called during the of court.
stated that coming out of the way and the company allowed -

., J Be Played Next 3)f on hand to as- I Company and Hudson the Clothier week. to borrow money, through' the Among the creditors' attorneys-
since coming to Clewiston.He had been made receiver for the Com-
I ; Sun : in Hendry The purpose of the meeting will sale of receivers certificates.

y. conditions are has taken charge of the coun be to elect a chairman and attendto "This matter has become one of pany in resisting the bankruptcy
----- priceedings Shephard and Clements
at any time I ty's affairs and is expected to make any other business that will come public Importance now." attorney were -
By Frank Flanders, Golf of Fort Myers, who last month'
', ., created stated a thorough investigation. His report !. before the meeting. The importanceof : Christie told the court, "not only to ,
put the Company Into hands of
Taylor of La will be received by the next grand this committee was stressed at Clewiston but to other parts of Flor- the
-:, S I Sunday, July 27, is the' start I the a receiver. They explained that the
jury. Jacksonville meeting and every ida. The 2,500 employes, many of -
.' .: qualifying round for the bankruptcy would impair rather than
county was urged to complete Its whom are actually going hungry,
Legion tournament. improve the company's solvency. .
PLAY THE LOCAL local membership <,at an early date. represents probably 7,000 people. .
\- The tournament will consist Mr. Reeves will The Company; under its receiver.ship
'.' make his report as
need accentuates the need of
in the tSate Courts is
, 18 hole qualifying round to preparing

'.: Q handicaps and the play off at GOLF COURSE IN PAR .I state meeting committeeman of the local delegation.at the .next the Itself Company out of Its to present be allowed difficulties.to work" to issue $1,500,000 worth of, 'receivers

play with 3.4 handicap certificates, the sale of which

Attorney Doggett added that the will relieve the finonCial stringency,
S r' In addition to regular flight, I '
BOARD company was perfectly solvent, and and tide the Company over until its
will be a consolation flight local and a wiggle or two. makes a lunge
ready and anxious to it, but
. prove 23,000 acres of sugar cane' is harvested
'j. of the losers of the first and to advise local at the ball and so that he wont miss
that the creditors who had broughtthe made into and sold this
:. matches, this will insure all to play the thrill of seeing the ball In flight FLOAT ( sugar
bankruptcy proceeding and were autumn. .
ants of at least three to use on looks up, Just In time to see the

match play.In Is a de ball skip Into the rough about fifty
figuring your handicap play the first pards away. He being away rushes

ante, deduct the difference is a par into the rough and after locating his '

your handicap and that of I of a ball elects to play down the roughon DISTON ISLAND MAKES CLAIM FOR .

ponent and take 3-4 of it. the effect of the chance that if he hits one Exact mount Not Yet .

strokes are to be used as like he did last week he may reach i
on score card, an example the fairway around the turn, after

Jfi.. handicap Is 32 and B's is 37, decided he tries this four times he is sue. Board.A .
ference is 5 strokes, 3.4 of cesful.
Golf Course,
... I State Rules That Border]
3 3-4 and I
these storkes are a detailed ac plan was laid! befor4 joint Continue To Repair
Century comes lo bat and after
taken on hoesl No. 4-13-1G as Mr. Good meetin" of tlio Everglades: Drainage Counties Have
finds his ball in a bad spot, by usinga Broken Levees
on session
score card.Fractions of the family and Flood Control Boards in -
" I mashie nibllc, playing safely but Claim.TALLAHASSEE .
relativeto On Lake.The
strokes are so there can at Tallahassee Monday .
surely Into the fairway, where he
tournament is for Mr. Nine- i the issuance of $1,500,000 worthof
play. takes his brassle and Is near tho'green I : Fla., July 22.-
., and women and It is Player bonds to carry out the work Caloosahatchee dredge was
Century In three. Ninety also uses his Trustees of the internal improve
essary to turn in cards for 18 I T Player is planned by these boards in the lake moved to the Distou Island levee
it is the caused hitting called uponto '
spin by ment fund today were
to be eligible to play. ; Okeechobee area. I Thursday and will begin repair work
Good the the whole of Lake'Okeechobee
Additional green. uses his spoon for decide whether
", information- will a spot where ball The bond issue as outlined to the tomorrow. The dredge has been Beach
next week.BEARDSLEY. \ remaining 200 yards, and his I Is within Palm
en will be level boards would meet Florida's share working on the Hillsborough canal
drops almost dead at the foot of"The county or whether the lake Is iri

. half an inch green. T lashes into his next shot of the $9,000,000 federal project and levee during the past month.It several counties which surround it.

. ,.' NOW practice swing and for o wonder really hits one which is to be spent by the govern Is estimated that about two James M. Owens, jr., Palm Beach

a long low right and it sails right over the ment and would renew the current weeks will be required to completethe county tax assessor, had called the

: MEMBER OF slightly at green into the rough, ho chips backon obligations of the Everglades Drain- work on the Diston Island levee. attention of the board to' an old

S.1 S around the turn Hue green and carelessly takes age Board. The new bonds would The work that is being done by statute which included the entire

I Ninety uses 3 putts for a nice juicy 10. Ninety replace the old issue against the the dredge is only temporary and I I lake in his county. He asked if he:

,'; SCHOOL up and hits chips on the green and takes two drainage board, was made possible by an emergency had the right to levy assessments on.
the fairway. W. I. Evans of Miami was em- the shores.
which raised by filled-in along
i. putts for a 6, but Century tries to fund of $40,000 was property
bat and after trick cut shot whenhe ployed as attorney to represent both the Okeechobee Flood Control Board.. The board was told here that assessments .
play a goes over
' '." Has Been Resident terrific swings, boards at a salary of $12,000 per workon had been made by the va
":: fails to keep his head down and After the completion of the

.:, >', Clewiston Since whales 'away winds up with a seven. year. Considerable discussion was I the Diston Island levee the dredge rious counties bordering on the lake.
., brought about over this action of
,, ball starts out
will continue around the southern Attorney General Fred H. Davis .
'. 1 91 4. the time he is Good tries to sink his birdii putt, the board, by Mr. Copeland, member shores of the lake repairing any told the board, of which be is a;:
:: four of the Flood Control Board .He
fine shot but hisses and has an
: a easy act
, : broken levees that might have oc- member, that the legislative
: J. E. Beardsley was by hitting which Is good golf for the long 440 stated that he thought the state of weeks creating the Conners highway aroundthe
I cured during the past two
". : member of the Hendry and winds yard, par 4, first hole. Florida should take over the Ever lake shore had designated a

" : '.. school board, by Governor rough on the Score for the first hole being Good glades work and that an attorney duo to high wind tides. route through several counties..

, ., Wednesday. Mr. Beardsley 4, Ninety 6, Century 7 and T 10. should be employed outside the drain- ihe trustees decided that Palm

Work gigantic paper
pointed to servo the ) for the ex All are .exhausted and decide to age district. Bay Harbor- erected on by Southern Beach county cannot lay full claimto

C. A. how the second holo until next mill being
ef Jackson who resigned care postpone instructions
I Corporation here, progressing the lake gave
Panama City-Panama Creamery
last. meeting of tho school takes his week. 1 that assessments be levied by; the
< i To, be continued next".week.) Company to expand business. rapidly. ', j" fL
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American farmers are barred from throughout the nation has resulted in ,. FORT MYERS AND STUART CAN :! fit, with prices on farm prot'actc Mrs. -
George Burchard
THE' CLEWISTON NEWS i ,I months decrease in accidents AFFORD.TO CELEBRATE !I is sick In .
these markets during several j I an. amazing I i ranging lower than ever before In the Lee County Memorial Hospital .' ',' ':,

at I I of the year by: mud, we will have a.I I children. Such a demonstiationshould II I t i-I sixteen years. in FortIyers.. ': ;
Published Friday .
every .
Clewislou, Florida. farm problem of increasing serious! I encourage more Inten sive} efforts I Fort Myers went wild and ran I, He calls attention to the hasty : : >:j

ness. i|I In the future. : riot on receipt of the news from ,I reduction, $160,000,000 In the aggre- Mrs.Ida Anderson ":':':;
to Fort ,
!I'! motored; ( ,
LOUIS A. MORGAN ,.. Publisher 1 The modern application of as- I(I Accident prevention. has be en. Washington that President Herbert :i[i gate, of Income tax burdens, immediately Myers Tuesday .- t '

"" phaltss and road oils to dirt maca- greatly aided by casualty insurance Hoover had signed the Rivers and : following tbeVall Street I -
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- .
and gravel surfaces is .making ,companies.: The public shhould Join collapse, while 4,000,000 do '
Florida, as second class matter. dam Harbors measure as passed by the I|; men who I i I Mrs A. W Blake and :Mrs. ,GailE. '. ,:: i'
iston, possible the building of tens cf wholeheartedly In efforts to reduce United States Congress. As the :i not pay income taxes are trampingthe '. -
I'I | Royer motored to Warren, ,Ohio, ;, -)
SUBSCRIPTION RATES thousands of miles of low cost, waterproof uncalled-for. accidents. president put it, this bit of legislation streets and crowding the highways where they will spent the summer.- : < ;
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One Year ............... ...................... *2-50 surfaced, secondary roads I surpasses the expenditures for I, looking for work. I II .-,:',.',' :,- !

Six Months ............:........................ 1-5J I I I\I I which would have' been out of. the r A JOB FOR A GENIUS the Panama Canal, involving as It'I II I i Another outstanding "accomplishment j :Mr.: and Mrs. II. 13. Obrion me-. ;.' ;i' '

Three Months ............. .................. .75 question a decade ago does an eventual outlay of ,145.000,- is the reorganization of the tored to Fort Mycra Wednesday.: .,. '
Government in business usually 000 for the improvement of rivers : Federal Power Commission, a Com-I I -

ADVERTISING RATES THE HUMAN TORCH I means Inefficiency in business. and harbors throughout_ the United 1: miss'ion that has as yet done noth I Mrs. Stewart Fitzhugh and-MK&

Forty-five cents per inch. No dis I In, a recent address, Edward N. Sta c.s. ) j ing, but that Is known to be friendly Elsie Simms were nearly electrocuted -

count for plates. No special ,position j| A blow torch in the hands of a Hurley brought out some interestingfacts The interest of 1'-0 l'Myeis:: and to private exploitation of hydro. Monday near Ft. Thompson.

guaranteed. All ,advertising copy i i i mechanic working on a car in front regarding the shipbuilding' industry Stuart lies in the fact that those two I electric" power.' I Elsie Simms had }been sent for some I'" ;.' ,

must be in this office Wednesday !j lof a garage suddenly exploded and when controlled by the government cam lmitics-lhe former practicallyon I I He even gives the administration i water and accidentally touched an ,..\,"
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."before Issue of paper. I the flames quickly enveloped the I 1 I during the war. He stated the Gulf of Mexico and the latjter i I credit for holding a census in 1930, 1(I electric light wire. Mrs. Fit.iiugh: } '. : ..:_:,

"_. --' -- ...,. j man's clothes. Terrified, and crying that, at the most conservative estimate i on the Atlantic Ocean-will be la I census that could not. be evaded, 'hearing! her screams thought she had .:',:

A FAIR WARNING i I out in pain, he ran to the home of the industry was at least 25 the termini of the cross-State canal I under the law.Foregoing i I gotten tangled' in the wire and was : :: .'

---- I In i neighbor who endeavored to beat per cent less efficient after the gov- which is Included In the rivers and are only 'a few of the I I choking so taking hold of the wire ,

sounded to out the flame; with her hands. As a ,' ernment became responsible for Ida. The remainder of the State measures cited: by Tilson in the ,,could not get loose herself but majil !- ." '

A warning might be result the fire was communicatedto wages than before, and that at already explained, this cross-State hope that voters will forgive tho ,l aged to release Elsie. Mr. O. J. ;",
of the Ever- I
the vegetable growers big- her clothing and to her house; ;i least half a billion dollars could canal Is to be a part of the drain- : short-comings of probably the most : Jackson, hearing of their plight, got '

plant conservatively and reap a she was burned, her home was have been saved by private manage- age plan for the control of the water ; incompentent set of law-makers ever -Selden Stewart who climbed the .

glades due to the new tariff and its i damaged and the mechanic was ter'ribly ment operating with the same men level of Lake Okeechobee and assembled under the dome of the I nearest pole and cut the wire thus ;
It will be j ,( I I II
effects on local growers. scarred. Incidentally, two automobiles 'on the payroll. I the upper section of the Florida Ev I capital at Washington. He even cutting off the current. "

a natural course for every farmer lii were also destroyed, "A genius who could invent some erglades. Commercially and Indus- I boasts of the work teh Wickersham ..\ll"t). riUaugh: received j a bad,

the Glades to increase his acreage (! When clothing catches fire, according method of getting the profit motive tiially it ought to mean a great deal I Commission, which has done nothingto burn on her legs and arm and for
tariff 'I
this year due to the new high : to literature published;' by into governmental operations, excluding not only to Fort Myers and Stuart, further the cause of temperance, a short while was paralyzed, Elsie

expecting to have a ready market '.The National Board of' FiVe Underwriters graft, would be worth hundredsof but to a wide section of South Flor- I or to provide adequate enforce- Simms received a burn on her. hand9. ,..<
for his crop:. '. I| 1 mint"-The :Miami Post. \
ono should ge't'down on the millions year, according to Mr. ida. Th eremainder of the State

Having eenc raised. on,' a Georgia ground or the floor and roll in an Hurley. "As it is now, there is no joins In congratulations to these I The LaBelle Caloosahatchee bridgeis

farm, where cotton .was Icing, I ,have attempt to smother the flames. If adequate reward for an executiveIn communities and all the others that ,, ,, ,' ,,,.".,,,? /.,, / ,, .". , closed to traffic this week, thus,

experienced now face the the growers same condition of the Ever-that possible wrap a rug or other woolen government service, who increases are situated along the route of the I La Belle: News! necessitating a detour from Denaudon .: {C'a

material around the body, startingat his efficiency and no adequate inland waterway. Nine million dol- % the north side of the ,liver to
plpflps.! I.rl,IIHir.ii.M.M.nnn.nn,.,,!,,>,,n 1'1 I',,!,,!11",,!11'11"" '"' ;, "
the neck, to avoid Inhalnig the punishment for the one who lets it lars Is the appropriation for the reach', Moore Haven. The bridge is "
The importance of planting ,small : "
By George Loveland
|, flame. When one remains standing slip." ,, Okeechobee region, $7,000,000 of Pettee being repaired.the .
acreage with a variety of vegetables i i
i I''he I soon becomes a living torch, as Employees or executives ot'a private which will come from the- Federal
cannot be overlooked during the .
the flames spread quickest in this business are responsible to directors ,,: treasury and $2,000,000 from the situation concerning the river.. :.'
next few months. If we follow our j By George Pettee
I'I position. Running is still worse, as : and are in direct compeLV treasury of the State of Florida. He states that money is available .., ;'.-'
natural 'instinct, we will allow ourselves ,
that fans the fire to greater intensity. i tion with other businesses, all ,The expenditure of this vast amount and that the surveyors will begin :'::
::: to make the decision that | < .
I' seeking to cut costs antj lead their_ will, according to the Federal and The LaBelle Bridge over the Ca- their work. shortly.Mr. '
other I I
Mexico and southern countries' ', .
i.|'I The National Board's literature Is field. The job of a government ,'em State engineers assure the future of loosahatchee river is badly in needof -, ,':).".
are not going to _plant a large acre-
widely distributed in an effort to reduce -' ploye is not generally dependent the Everglades region as one of the repair. The concrete on each sideIs and Mrs. Joe Ross have re- ., :: .
age due to the new tariff and the. I
possibility of the, southern states the suffering and losses from i' upon outstanding ability, but upon riches garden spots in the world.- cracking and the bridge Is beginning 'turned from two weeks at the FortMyeis .": :'.::,

fire. Approximately, 6,000 people die politics. It is no wonder that the Gainesville Sun. Yes and Clewiston to get loose from its moorings.The Beach. :" :
flooding the market. These countries : '
I annually as a result of firse In I American people have time and can celebrate; we are the axis upon bridge is owned. jointly by __ /
are going to plant the same acreage-
homes, 31 per cent of 'the \'ictims' again insisted that government re- which Fort, Myers and Stuart will Hendry and Glades counties. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daugherty '_ :.:,.:
.they have always planted. It will i( ..
being women and children. Fire occurs (|i strict itself to governing and leave turn, being half way. between the have returned to their home in La '.
take two or three years for themto
in an American home every: business where it belongs, in private I two cities. Belle. ...-,-:'
.-re 1i.ze. Jhe .importance of ,this Mr. and Mis. Seldon L. Stewart '. '
their two minutes in the :year, on the average -;! hands. .
tariff and its effects upon i motored to Fort Myers Wednesdayon :
No furilier incentive shouldbe Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pettee and. '
products. I J j Representative John Q. Tilson of business.Mr. '
necessary to urge the American WHO NEEDS WARNIN MOSG son made a special trip to Tampa to .
With: the labor conditions over the Connecticut, Republican floor leader '.
purchase one of the new Austin
people to protect their homes and
country unsettled, a hard winter will has issued this amazing statement:. and Mrs. Joe Daugherty 'and .
cars. Purchase had to be made Immediately
families fro mthe ravages of fire. Reverence for the constitution and -
force President Hoover to cut the I "A militant House of Representatives children, Marjorie and Joe, are .back ) in order to insure delivery r. .,
: respect for the courts of the country : :
tariff fifty -percent to feed the un- Imbued with the will to cooperate from Fort Myers, where they stayed in a month. The Austin is the '.
IN A SINGLE LETTER are needed more today than ever -" '
employed ,
and while
this is taking I with the Administration, has during the high water. smallest car in America.
before, said Vice-president Curtis -
place the
Everglade will
growers I enabled President
to carry
suffer from over-productlong. I Many living persons can remem-' in a recent address. I --
out a'er r comprehensive and far'e.aching -
After all her when the first oil well in the The Vice-president's admonition .:: ::: : c: = : : = :: =
the working man,, is the i legislative program." : : : : .= .= : :: :::::: = == =::: := : := : :<::: -:-: : :: = = =::: I .
one who purchases our products and United States was drilled. ,It pro should be' well noted 'in the halls of I

if he cannot earn a living he cannot duced 30 barrels a day. Now we Congress and State Legislatures. i;, Then. hew goes}on.. to enumerate

afford to pay the higher price have 330.000 producing. wells, in 10 is the common people who have ;n.-what has been'r',done His "' claims 7 t' -I; ('EVERGLADES FUNERAL : < < -

states, and eight barrels il are time :and legislative :''Tvould" be HoME '
for tomatoes and beans that will be" of I again voted "no" to- amusing if the people of

.made necessary: due to the tariff. being produced annually for each proposals advanced by our the United States confronted a less

]You. will not 'be effected by this highprice' person of our population, j! public servants, ,which. if adopted' serious situation. First of all he Funeral Directors S

but the wholesale firms that I r Fifty years ago most people would I would have long ago torn. our Fed- ,,cites, "limited revision of the tar _

-will handle your products will sell have laughed if it had been suggest-i and State constitutions to iff." This contention is so grotesquely -.,
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them at the ed that petroleum and its products .shreds. absurd that It fora : .
same price they are hardly calls : '-
paying for Mexican tomatoes. might become essential to the. life. I II comment. If increases all along the''1 ,:.".' .*,. .
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i. .Don't;, be fooled by this tariff bill, of the world. But the pioneers had. RECIPE FOR HIGH TAXES line. increases that will cost the I .
,plant' conservvatively, and reap a bigger faith in the industry. They knew it American people a' billion dollars a i, ..

.. and better crop and price. ,I t would provide light and lUbricaUon. I! "The notion is general that anything I year is his idea of "limitation" we ';

1'_r And today our great machine civilization 1 can be got through the government a're curious to know what he would ,i..

.:: LOOK BEFORE LEAPING I could not exist without oil. j i' I ," says the Annapolis, Maryland consider a general revision. But it ,: Reverse Charges When Phoning Us.Pahokee .

...'! Vast scientific progress has been ,] Capital.. "And 'along with this i isn't his idea. He knows the revi- j :

: -:,:>Those western states In which made.Vells are sunk to great ]runs the fallacious idea that what sion was not limited, and he sim- j : : Fla. Phone No. 7 0 '

there has been agitation to increase, I; depths, undreamedof even 15 or 20 1 the ,government does for a group or ply plays the American people for i j :

the tax burden borne by the mining; years ago. By cracking, hydrogenation ]1 locality< costs nothing. I fools when he undertakes to'con- I

industry! would do well to look before and other, processes, we are extracting -[ "The government reaches down in- vince them that the promise of Mr. !

: they leap.Recently I a constantly higher perti 1: the pockets of the people and Hoover, made in his campaign .

the centage of gasoline from crude. And, f t takes;; out the money to do the Job speeches have been kept. "
prices of several basic -3oQ.! '1 u>o; ::!\= :-r..voA"'A rJ!':;:'; ="'';' .b. r< .
metals dropped to the lowest | according, to the Department. of 1 the: people, or a part of the people, I His next citation is the creation i -

point in years, due to, causes outside I j Commerce, gasoline is one of the 'want" to,, ut upon the government' ; of a Federal Farm Board,. and .he I

the control of the domestic indus j cheapest products now in general rhe Government plant grows but it has the effrontery to assure the I : ,

try. Almost; overnight mining profits use, in comparison with 1913 prices.I sucks its nourishment from the resources i: farmers that this Federal 'Depart : .

reached the vanishing point. It requires -I Epochal progress such as this has of the people. Taxes are its ment has functioned to their }bene-- 1i,

no seer to forecast what I naturally brought its problems, one ,. I ;,

of which is :!:'I\--"' "' o ............._ I
would happen to the industry if, i I( that of wasteful over ; ; }JC:1:<;;"' ::" "nI '

under such a situation it production. Intensive efforts are being -
was forcedto I .
pay a tax rate making it difficult -:1, made to effect a sane solution To the Creditors of ;. I. MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME -

even In good times to earn an : that will balance supply and de- 5

adequate. return on its investment. |I mand. THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY Ii. .
: Mf
wing should
pay its full and J

equitable: share of public taxes, I Education The undersigned, Committee of creditors of The ,Southern Sugar ; I I A FEW CHOICE ROOMS ', \
j Reduces Child AccidentsA Company has been formed for the of obtaining unity of ac-
which it does .
; but It
should be
not tion by the creditors of said Company in the protection of their. In i'I I AVAILABLE. I
penalized in order ARE NOW
to provide a dubious I.
terests. The Committee has prepared a Creditors Deposit Agreement, : :
primary reason for the steadily
and ,unsound variety of "re- I copies of which may be obtained from the Secretary of the Commit f
Hef"' for other Industries. Wage increasing toll of automobile accidents tee'or from either of the Depositaries named below. I
I i is that have to I
earners and the public would be the we attempted
Creditors of The Southern Sugar Company may co-operate with i!
greatest, losers meet changed conditions with old, ,
'. any such policy Committee and become parties to the Creditors Deposit A REASONABLE RATESHOMELIKE
inadequate laws. I ment by depositing their claims in negotiable form with either ree-I' i i I

ROADS AND UNEMPLOYMENT. In many states traffic laws have the Depositaries designated in the Agreement at their specified Ii :" A
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1''' '' not been revise dto any extent fices, viz: SURROUNDINGS
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since the ox-cart days. More and '
Central Hanover Bank and Trust
i Iowa Is BhowJnrr the nation holy to moie cars throng highways. Conges- 70 Broadway, New York City, N. Y.'I I

relieve unemployment and, at the tion increases. Speed ranges rise.

same time, benefit the public. The chance of accident grows con- I: Central West Farmers'Palm Beach Trust, Florida.Company, .. I : TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

The state has accelerated its highway stantly greater. And until traffic IIICLEVISTON'S

program. Thirty thousand work- laws are modernized and standardized : In the opinion of. the'Committee, a froccd liquidation of the Com- ,
at this time either otherwise would be
men on Iowa roads will earn $18-, the accident problem will In- pany through bankruptcy or
000,000 this year. And a multitudeof prejudicial to the best Interests of all creditors. The Committee is
crease. advised that a group of influential stockholders are engaged in the '
towns and rural communities Last year our laxity resulted in r formation of a Stockholders' Committee to provide sufficient working :- ; POPULAR HOTEL .

will enjoy the prosperity that the deaths of '31,000 persons and un- capital to carry the Company through the approaching season .

always accompanies intensive road told property damage. Only a few and to formulate a plan for the reorganization or readjustment of '

building. 'states 'make'' it necessary for a driv- the affairs of the Company upon equitable terms both to creditors j .
At the and stockholders which will permit the Company to continue its
end of 1920 nine-tenths of f er, before using the public highways operations.'I

its ',roads were mud. At the end of learn, how to 'operate his ,car and 1 I WATANABE HOTELMRS.
1930, .-eight-tenths of them will be understand, the rules of the road. In The Committee recommends that all creditors promptly deposit THE
surfaced. their claims under the Deposit Agreement above mentioned. .
the others. anyone irrespective, of his I :I
,The' greatest present road need Is competence, Is allowed to drive ,a I I Ihf Dated: July..21, 1930. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.
the construction of,: practical: and h.powered"pqtent- l.I deadly ve-' FRANK L. ALLEN, Chairman -1 )
r W. H. DaCAMARA.L. -
comparatively inexpensive secondary hide on crowded highways, where'
farm-to-market r : "l I II R. LINK,
highways that \; lihe I Is a menace to the lives and property ,' JUDSON' OWEN,
give agricultural, communities all- of' all other motorists.The J. H. ROBERTS, -=: : :: ::: :: > = : :::::::= ::::

year contact with, their markets. I bright spot In the traffic situation E. H. THOMAS,
The American Farm Bureau Federa- is the condition respecting C. E. SIGLER, Secretary Committee.

tion has repeatedly pointed out thatso children. The adoption 'of safety 70 Broadway, New York City, N. Y. I ,"- .

long as 5,000,000 of the 6,250,000 teaching by progressive schools .






RECORD OF PROGRESS Punta Gorda-Romode le d Plaza HILT URGES 1931ADVERTISING Sun and the Munsey Magazine who before the meaning of the moro than,

,- I Theatre opened to public. is now president of the Advertising $10,300,000,000 of manufactured prod- SEN DSTHEM 8A

5 i i Here and There Over FloridaI Green Cove SprIngs-New ownersof Federation of America, stated that ucts annually turned out by Southern
t being MEET since coming to Florida, he appreciated
I Magnolia Springs property factories. They will be made to realize 0n
,' 'I Panama City-Southeastern Pea- repaired and Improved. I the meaning of the words immense markets throughout the

. -)1'..,))' nut Association hel dannual meeting Palm Beach-Plans underway for,I TO BEIN MIAMI "Pan United American." "Industries of the South for goods, material, machineryand
\7 here recently. new building to house officer, of E. States, points out Mr. Hilty equipment of practically every

'f !r F. Hutton Co., stock brokerage firmto In his invitation extended through description. They would have clearly

1r. ;; Orange' County: -Florida ships solid be erected at cost of about The Advertising Federation of W. A. Strong, chairman of the Boardof before them the fact that the South
: I America should hold its next annual the Federation, "do a $2,000,000-
carload fruits or vegetables every 52 $35,000. covering about a third of the area
::V -.I ,i' minutes of day and nlght.-Orlando: Cocoa-Palm Restaurant t a k en I meeting in the South. Miami, Fla.. 000 annual import and export busi and having about one-third of the I 1,

__ i Orange, Echoes. over by Jim Parglanos and Nick I has extended an invitation to the ness with the Pan American Rep lb- population of the United States of-
Nicholson. ,- Federation to meetin that city. Geo. lics. They advertise extensively in fers a vast home market for American
Furniture R. Hilty, Chairman of the 1931 Convention the publications of these countries THE CLEWISTON
\, ; Panama City-Brewlston Service Fort Myers-King-Shiver products.-Manufacturers Rec
Station on Harrison Avenue under Company opened furniture store I Committee of the Miami\ Advertising and are competing against, an aggressive ord.. LAUNDRY CO. i
f i Club, believes that the next and vigorous campaign for
Morgan Wesley J
', -- new. management of I i
and Jack Barber. Melbourne-New cold storage and conventing-\vhlfh will be held in trade by European countries.: If the' "\\BEARDSLEY' We are proud of the fact that we
'' United States with the ,MEMBER ,
packing plant Industry planned hereby 1931-should be of national and InIternational Advertising do "bettre-than-ordlnary" lau n dry '
, significance and importance I Federation, will be able to bring I OF SCHOOL BOARD
: street lights Indian River Fisheries! Inc. I
Arcadia-Ten new work. We
are thoroughly
Miami !j about tote notable achievement of equippedto
+ Jacksonville Beach-New boardwalk -' and that to meet in I
I ear-'Y; j/| dedicated! and opened. would be a tremendous factor in cq- mutual understanding among the (Continued from page 1) handle the most delicate work.

il r i i Work of cleaning out East Coast menting a closer relation through a ,countries of the Western Hemispherethe Mr. Beardsley has been a residentof You will find our, service one of
: .I.II i ,r better understanding between Ame Federation may again play an Clewiston since its early days and
Snow-white plan.
r ./ I| Fort Lauderdale-Office' building canal from Jacksonville to Miami to 1' care.' Phone for our
I minimum rican and Pan AmerIcan business iiapoitant, part in the same mini I is familiar with :local school condi
depth of five
and fixtures of defunct Fort Lauderdale feet preparatory
I j among' European countries, and thoseof tions. His wife Is principal the log
'.' sold to its final improvement ,
, ', Bank and Trust Company men.The ,
{i gressing. pr'I-I director general of the Pan the Eastern Hemisphere." I cal school and has been elected to CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
j I ,1 I to Broward Bank and Trust Compa-
i American Union, Washington, D. C., Of even greater_ importance, than serve in that capacity during the inc.
: : \)' ny for $47,000.Lakeland Palatka-$15,000 pipe organ to be I ,
t' I installed in St. Monica's Catholic I has indicated his willingness to co- the opportunity for discussing and next term of school. EL PASO AVE. SAN BONITA ST.

; Church. operate in making the Miami convention studying trade problems with South I In all probability there will be
Clean-up campaign ,
I a success and, while tho American representatives, the Manufacturers several candidates seeking the term CLEW/STON FLORJDAIour
ii V started ,here. -Bay County School Board I
I I ,I entire State of Florida, is being organized Record believes tfaat the in the November election. Several
' ..- opened bids for building new schoolhouse i
site i Atlanta and Cuba have also meeting at, Miami of the Advertising candidates having expressed their snowteLdiavfry
I New Smyrna-Dredging operations on of burned structure. I I all
r Fort Lauderdale Indicated their willingness to Join. Federation of America would be of C| intentions of making the' race. :
starte don site of. Smyrna_ Yacht llding permits
Gilbert T. Hodges, member of the' Immense educational value to those .
issued during month of June totaled
, club where $25,000 clubhouse will be
'11'" erected. $31,562. executive board, of the New: York 1 attending, through their; contact with ''S
I ----- the South. To reach Miami the visitors 666Relieves ;:
South Jacksonville-American Le-
k i' ,Winter Haven-Ameiican National ''OJeeql10bee-Amerlcan Business
" -. Bank purchased First State Bank gion, Post No. 88 purchased Arnold College opened in Freedman building.! ; of this country would have to i
- travel the whole length of The South. a Headache or Neuralgia In k*"
building. Greenberg building on North Hen- Fort White Florida Power Corporation off i
,for fo
j ,
They will get a, list-hand glimpseof 30 minutes, checks a Cold, the first <
dricks Avenue for
Orlando<<; About 100 citrus growersin lodge purposes. to extend power line to this regular are you ;
Miami Beach. for the industrial development of tha day, and checks Malaria in three i 'can buy, Fridays, Saturdays :
-Building permits
.a in Orange Count yordered 23,000 place from High Springs.
I cities through ,which and ,Sundays until I
] they pass. They days. "
: ;I pounds crotalarla seed and planted month of June amounted to $576,140. Jacksonville: -Building. permits Is- "Aug. 30,inc., round-trip ,
{ : would be made to realize as never 666 ALSO IN TABLETS.
them on 4,500 acres, according to K. Miami Beach-Bids received by sued during month of June valued ticket good:in coaches only,
i C. 'Moore, County Agent. Postal Department for new post orIfice I at $128,902. 15-day limit,between Southeast anypofnu
in the entire
: Arcadia-Engineer C. L., Cravens site here.JacksonvilleModel. ) Harbor Southern Bell Telephone '-,' -- trifle
Bay = tickets
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: : :: 'I Jo. : _f'r 't: .j: );
; :; J : of the
1 storeat ''' local
I staking out boundaries for short grocery Company to extend lines from < higher. Ask agent

1 I I stretch of road to be built short distance 313 Main Street officiall openedto Panama'' City to this place at cost ,Stop at"SAVANNAH'S ATLANTIC COAST LINE '
; I "j east 'of city. public. of $18,000. lot Jut lutomikiUi( killed 31ttt" :
BEST" t itoplc..irtlu taly 35; 321 to '
; Branford-Florida ,Power Corporation Miami Beach-Cit Council let Tarpon Springs-Garden Clup? TRAVEL BI TRAIN...1TS It'I! I
; : contract for new white lighting :
i took over local.. power plant. way planting trees along Pinellas. Avenue .I
: Fort Myers-Southern Sugar Com system on Biscayne Street between and beautifying city. .; JI

I .... pany plan to reorganize- and refi Ocean Drive' and Carter's 1,000- Jacksonville-Proposed public market I HOTEL SAVANNAHRates ____ I
nance. 000 pier. ,may be located at Fern and Palm Lo

I i Arcadia-Brick, work started on Fort PIerce-City Commission to streets. ,

: new Episcopal Church on West acquire right-of-way for portion of Frostproof-Houses to be num-
,'I' f Hickory Street. State Highway No. 8 located within bered here to secure city mail de- Without bath-from $1.50 J up

,I I Florida leads all other State. sin city., livery. With bath-from $2.50 up '" I IS

-1 I shipment of six of 12 leading! truck Jacksonville-Two: additional direct Jacksonville-Freedman Nicolelll 1l I '

,'_, crops during 1928-29 season, accord- long' distance telephone circuits Inc. will establish women's dress IN EVERY ROOM 'II i'I .

\, ing, to recent. survey by Department recently completed. om here to, goods_ plant at 2039 North Main Radio Loud Speaker. Rates posted an door '
''K: of ,Agricultural Economics. Jacksonville Beach. I Street. Electric Ceiling Fan, Soft Water. ef

tl j Starke-New electrical unit at local State Highway Department it I State Highway Department will repair ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF /QA OwEq'oQ '

::1 1, power plant started test run. 80,156 contract to F. W. Long for stretch of ocean boulevard be- w DICE 1l
I Raiford-Telephone service to this completing Highway No. 28 from, Columbia tween Lake Worth Casino and Lan-
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: place to be improved. County line to Lake Butler. tana. __" ,_ _. .' : ;' _" !" O'!' .. :. -'\ -.-, '-: ; iI __ I, :' >

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PIECE GOODS ,- Wonderful value in service weight

' ; Silk Hose.:................,,..,.,...... 45c pr.
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Our entire line_of printed chiffons In the newest patterns. i

for strict afternoon, and evening wear. Beautiful ,patterns 'L I
Voile-Gowns, Step Ins.
FEINSa Full 'Fashioned Silk Hose, Special
and color combinations. Extra, fine silk quality. I.09 Y ,. ',', and Teddies. Lace trimmed.
Full 40 inches), wide. 'Values to, $2.98 yd.-Extra special r. $1.00 others to 2.50 prOne .
\ ,, Regular $1 value cRayon

i 2,000 Yards Printed Summer Cottons, New Patterns and I

Coloring. Colors Guaranteed fast. Values., to 49c yd. a Teddies, Step, Ins and lot Costume' Jewelry .
,, Broadcloths Special atc Dept. Store } Dance Sets Special 69c to 89c val.

I Percale Prints 2 for $1.00. I SPECIAL 49c

Rice Cloths 19 y d. I I
I : Voiles Crepe Ve Chine Slips-Up to date
,' I 306, Clematis 111 So. Olive Silhouettes. Princess and shadow ,Hand Bags in, various colors and

,\ 2,000 yards printed Rayon Voiles, Fine, sheer quality. Special West Palm, Beach proof styles, correct lengths. Special 'materials. Good values. Specially
Ideal for cool summer frocks. Beautiful, new designs and $3.50 value

'{!, colorings. Fast Colors. Values to $1.00 yd. '49C' yd., t.- ....- .1 2 for $5.00 priced 50c to 5.98:
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I i One lot of collar and cuff sets in linen, lace or I : : AND ENSEMBLES 1 lot Khaki Coveralls, size 15-18!I Boys. Khaki Suits Size 916Specially I

I combinations. ''Values to $1 1.00 set. I $1.75 values $1.00 '. : priced: $1.89

'lfS4 it I
:' Special to clear 29c. Little girls dresses of Voile and I

I \\1 I Specially priced
1- of ,handkerchief linen.
sizes. $1.00 I J value-Special 29c each 1)

ji\\t .) One lot of ribbons in satin, grosgrains, taffetas Choice of dainty pastels and printed designs, Flares 2 for $1.00 Special 69c, ,

r : etc., asst. widths and colors. Specially priced to Tucks.: Pleats, Long and short' ,slee"e styles En

below 'l ; i,, ,,. ,''r';"A sembles, Capes. In fact, every desirable style of the
cost according to 4
:' season Is here. Copies of the higher priced drecses.if .
'One lot of assorted buttons. Various colors and :. si ): MILLINERY I I

' sizes. Values to 25 c, card. Special per card .05 Summer Dresses in ,Fashion ;:, .
every \ ',
\ Agents for McCall Patterns -. Y
: $9.98 Extra Special-1 lot of 50 hats.
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, Values to 3.98 .. SOc
:\ tCCotto F clueeveryone's -co. ;
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wearing ,: :' : .
' ka\ PRINTS :' .::' : ,Novelty Straws, Horsehairs. Vis-
\ :I k ": Special sale on Ladies'shoes, straps, pumps ',' '- -.:...f:'; *, ,I I 'Ii'Ii.J I

:;\', 'and Oxfords. Blond, black and colors. Regular 89c to $3.50 I RAJAHS .. ,, ',.-'..:.,, ICD,,-. cas, Felts: Beach Hats. Chic styles

$6.00: value . . . $2.98 and $3.98 PRINTED CHIFFONS ',:}.. ::", 'G), ,for the "Miss" also hats for Ma
Chiffon ,voiles l
STRIPED SHIRTINGS ,: : ,: I trons. Values to $5.98 '
\I CHILDRENS SHOES Dotted Swisses '.- : !
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Light( o' days CREPE DE CHINES $1.00 \

''I f'': Childrens straps and oxfords. Tan, black and Novelty Rayons

\\1' white. Values to ,$3.50. 'Special $1.25 & $2.25 Scores of different Sleeveless frocks. Cape sleeve frocks, short sleeve, 1 1 Baku, Ballinbuntl. Horse Hair, R

Linen, Novelties, Lacy Straws and
styles each lov-
? one frocks. Jacket frocks, formal long chiffons i;
1\\i : MENS SHOES Her than the other. \ Felts. Complete ,assortment of
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Feminized, of course evening. W/iite, pastel and dark colors. Sizes 14-20, head ,sizes and colors. Values to ,
Latest styles ;Bob Smart Men's shoes blackor -
'in with organdie
\ ; Women 36-44, largo Women 4G-52. $10.98-Special
1: tan. 'One pair for $5.50, take the next 'pair touches, pleats and "
Jobots. Sizes 16 to $4.95FRIDAY
for . . $1.00 54. '

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I It Brings t/'e Sunshine or Springtime I 310-312
KELLY & TUCKER INC. i Clematis 23121
: SO easy to move about from one part Info I! I
: a room to another-or from room
317 Clematis & 21 Comeau Bldg.
i; to room-it is a fascinating experience a R0077BAMPBEILS Reduction; I On 350_ Pairs I

I i to see the interesting effects one can .
(Mr Cj. W.,' Kelly wishes to call your attention to: three important 1 produce with the invigorating colorings .." LADIES' SHOES

eventy f ; 'that he has purchased the interest of Mr. W. H. .Tucker; i of Lloyd loom furniture. tl; I

f f $)O.pO yalue BroKen sizes

that" in, the future. the firm. 'name, '-will beKelly's ..'', ,' I THE new Lloyd,styles exquisitely in numerous upholstered color $4.85 .

Inc., :: .' ,; \
are here. The smooth even weave of the
1 and that beginning Friday, July IS and' lasting ten" days' he will : fiber, steel tubular legs, a new Lloyd feature l 1 In many attractive 'colors; such as blonde, white, blue, green, kid

than, and removable auto-type cushions .,. I ,, and various combinations. ,
conduct his DIS-SOLUTION, SALE of entire stock, prices lower
: provide long life and solid comfort. ,

ever before in this store. FIRST FLOOR
interesting is the .

.. -- -......-.....::., "" ., PARTICULARLY purchase of an Jsfr!
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'to entire suite represents an ex '- s ; r -.L"i 7. .

\ tremefy small investment. 3 r J f Dining and Dancing
Electric Service for the Price of Dining
! G/) ,-L The Llllle 1 Folks I Shop
Wo Kee's New Place
for automobile or boat withPinders '
vriM G.O R tQ R AT.UX i : Olive Avenue and First St.

Formerly shoe store expert workmen at your call : : Newly Enlarged and
Midsummer. clearance sale '
1 Quality never questioned In one of the finest electric I

I Special- lot of ladies ,shoes. of boys...... and girls- clothing. ,Nice dancing floor and,popular V(
shops in south Florida. !t.
consisting of blonde. egg 'I r- : Everything in infants wear. music at your disposal.

shell, white, brown and Y '
SUTCLIFFESAutomotive '. Only Chinese Restaurant.
/ black in kid and patent
Palm County
leather, with spike and Cup Electric '

I ban heels. Service Co. f J 17 Comeau' ell'Your appreciated patronage I Is.
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J. R. Sutcliffe, Prop. ;4744dczeh4cI&, 1 %; t] I t"
$ 3 95 301 First St. Beach II Special. attention parties
1 West Palm 1 e .
West Palm Beach 1
:Telephone 6428 I

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PALM BEACH. FLA. When others fail, call us
ChikJrerrs Shoe Store, : U"4 fcijE 'O
Helen Phillips inc- Phone 4808Dean
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1 High Class Millinery. for Boys For'Girls I. Lumley

MUM AICAOI, eRke111.000.N1" ',. Radio-Electrical Laboratory ,"
No 11 Fagan Arcade W T Mw.uex. noRCaaI Merchants Join In Welcome
22-23 Damatls Arcade Opposit U. S. Post Offlcc'Parts

I Keenly- aware of the buying power of the people! of the northern i and expert service on all makes of radios

." Everglades leading busines men of Palm Beach are inviting -
West Palm Beach, Florida New and Used Radios for sale
The only exclusive children's people of Clewlston and the northern Everglades to take '

' Before selecting your next advantage of the opportunities- offered in these coast stores. .. Custom-made sets built to customers order .
shoe store in the Palm when -West Palm Beach.
hat be sure and visit our Modern A. C. Radios installed on small D. C. )lighting plants
t Steady payrolls: in ,the sugarbowl section of the northern Everglades -, -----f-. ------------_- __ _' ,-- .
store. One price-six dollars. ,Beaches. Soutr Florida Distributors .. -- -
gives this section a year round prosperity, contrasting

3 sharply with the seasonal business on the coast and several of Pilot Radios and Tubes Kato Konvertters

the leading business men of West Palm Beach are cooperatingIn Muckmobiles Menge Pumps '
h I an advertising message to the people of the Everglades.

MI": ''Summer. prices are now in effect on the east coast and this,

AMERICAN, TENT & AWNING' CO., Inc. the coast business men believe, is another factor which will interest '

Now Located at the people of the Everglades communities, while good .

906 South Poinsettia Avenue roads to the coast make the trip easily possible in slightly more Palm Beach Pharmacy .

Near Okeeclio' Road West Palm Beach than an hur and a L..If !iron: : ClewioiDn.. r
' baiisjied> Customers Our Best t Reference
The thought of the business men cooperating i in the .
Local Agents for .: ::.
'V Telephone 7232 is not to detract from the 'volume of home town btty Ins: but, to .", ,

offer the serviced of the business houses:: of West Palm 'Beach Kitchen Kook -
And Estimates Will Be Cheerfully Given
for the purchase of such articles, as are not available in the

John S. Opdahl Everglades; communities.: '. "1 ..'<. .. Gasoline Stoves Prescription Specialists_

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

promote a better spirit of cooperation between the people of We also carry a full line

Estimates SatisfactoryGiven ] West Palm Beach and those in the rich back country." of parts Trusses. .
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,Auto Body and Fender'Workt. I MARLINS PIECE GOODS SHOP ,

Phone 2-1763 .: Special July Clearing Sale of ., -
Have your garage notify me as I am equipped to, .go anywhere and! Silks and
r ,Novelty Cotton Goods

do your body work at the same time mechanical_ work is being done I and Company 331 Clematis St.DorothyDenny. .

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

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DAMATIS TOY SHOPDamatis nouncoments. in the paper.
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: Arcade Datura St. West Palm Beach 7 Post Office Arcade Optometrist and Optician -' Lingerie
.& Party favors for all occasions, masquerade costumes, flags,! 12 Post Office Arcade :. 306. '. Clematis, St. '
West Palm Beach. Fla. .
noise-makers and paper hats. Toys for the kiddles. We make] Wefct Palm Beach, Fla. : <-: .r-,: '
fityuuners; : and badges for lodges and societies. Give us a call when 'Reasonably Priced
In West Palm Beach. We are directly opposite TJ. S. Post Office.

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I I the Palm Beaches_. ) The Verano Hotel $3Sin s:l e ,

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! Mr. and Mrs. Cal Berner spent C. L. Barker spent last week Jn .t::, ;,:; -> c ;,"-; :' ;

N 'I Sunda In Belle Glade. Canal Point on business. j ji I II : -
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i 4i i, :. Tom Smith and Dick C. Miller Leland Crews spent Sunday in ,.,<". \ .

spent Saturday in West Palm Beach Fort Denaud.F. '

attending their monthly insurance : J. CONGRATULATIONS TO GOV. DOYLE E. CARL.12' '- ;'
; meeting. Deane Duff and Mr. Gibson :.-, ,:
Wednesday and Thursday in >
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;r Dr. and Mrs. Bailey spent a'few Tampa. ; : :;; <" :- .. .' u : tf.

" s' days visiting friends in Kissiinee and ,

I ", St. Cloud. Robert Turner is spending a few .' /:; % ,> '-
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days in LaBefle. :,
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i John Crane and Dan Nobles spent '
Beach. Richard Small lias returned to > : ; :.
: Sunday inVest Palm > :
I Clewiston from LaBelle where he ,a TON AND HENDRY COUNTY ON THEIR FINE

.y Air and Mrs. Harvell and Margie has been working the past week. I '!: / '. .
' spent last week in Delray.: I ':.; ...... '
Mrs. Roy Green and son, Roy Jr.,. ::'<. ... : <.:*'*i&"ff .. < .., ... :".'. ivx .. '-'::. : .... : ,
j. spendingtheir returned Saturday after several
Mr. and Mrs. Poche are
visit to relatives in Jackson- _.. #--.r. :
vacation' New Orleans. They weeks ; :
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will be ten days. ville and Plant City. i ii : 'l _

.. Dr. McArthur away left Sunday, for'Slo- i I J. A. Plunkett.._had. as his guests I! / JUDGMENT IN SELECTING BOB HANCOCK AS l t. ,

the weekend his mother, JUrs..Mv .
visit his parents. over
cum, Alabama, to
B. McDowell of Tampa and ,his : '
aunt. Mrs. G. V. Lloyd and Mrs A. : : ; 1.4+ "
J. R. Alston left Sunday for Rich- .
.1. land. E. Boodle of Mobile. Ala. : : :< ;Vh5}
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\ his wife who has been visiting relatives -- | > ." F : c: :
Frank Flanders spent Thursday in : .
e in New Orleans for the past '
ten days. LaBelle on business. \I I : -- ,: .' ::'/ i :; d.
,.- .. THEIR SHERIFF. ; % 'x--/-:
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Robert Hancock, Robert Turner,
Victor Boula, of Cuba, spent the
weekend as guest of Mr. and Mrs.. ,Troy Puryear and Louis ;Morgan *,.:
spent Monday in LaBelle busi-
enroute to on
,': Harry Vaughn. He is
I .":, "'1:' Providence, R. I., where he will visit ness. I ,

I :...::...\ his relatives before__ returning to -- I '. .... .. ." .:.d," ': ./ .. .\ ?V---v': : '
M. P. in St. 'i ;
Boggs spent Monday
'.:.-..:..:"f.',:.-. Cuba.. -- I Petersburg'on business. : ':( : : : .
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:.:(;;''".2",. .<', AiRuth r. and Mrs. J. K. Baker, Miss ---- i 1 f"I: : \
), "r:"f" {v Knoph and Elizabeth Lan- HOUSE FOR SENT ; (

1 "\rycaster:: left Thursday for Jackson I .
i ':..<> Nicely furnished house with screen ,. '. -
: ville. i I Box ..:, i }J ? :.-:" : : :;\: >): :: ;.
7;Fro't;, {-' -- porch for rent. See A. L. Crow. .,..., ; .. :y" .,..: -" BAKERS SERVICE STATION '. ., .. "

: ;,;. Miss Ruth Knoph and Elizabeth 523. It. -. ',: ; t. .. ;: ? :" : ',' fr/\.:. ." ,
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\t the guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. K. f ,. : :: 4. -
Statement of the ownership, management I ;
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...:-...:;: -J. K. Baker spent Thursday in 24, 1912, of TIe Clewiston News I ," '

/r ", 1.-..' Jacksorf/ille on business. published weekly at Clewiston, Florida I .F i L. TAYLOR TAX COLLECTOR :y.

". for April 1, 1930. >(

.. ....' : Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Jr., State of Florida I -
County of Hendry
; .:: ', entertained at a dance Saturday I
Before me, a notary public in and j I
," night in honor of Victor Boula. for the State and county aforesaid, I

'I ". ;. Those present were Mr.: and Mrs. personally appeared" Louis A. Morj j: I

;. .; Tom. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Louis gan, who, having been duly sworn ,

Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn'isses according. to law, deposes and says )
that he is the Publisher of The -

Evelyn Kelley, Muriel Han- Clewiston ,News and that the follow- : I : .. ,' J T TOM SMITH INSURANCE. -. ,..
son, Messrs. Pugh Hanson, Tom ing is, to the best of his knowledge ,,;t"- .. ... :
Shelly, 'Plunkett and Victor Blate. and belief, a true statement of the II ,, r '' -: : ;

r Pugh Hanson left Wednesday for ownership aforesaid publication management for etc.the, of date the I !I ;:;-;r! ,1c::>.. ,1t ,. ::,: t : '

shown in the above caption, required
Cuba. He has been spending the past by the Act of-August 2-1,1912; em-, I ,'. ;<:,.... ,, ., ':: .
month in Clewiston as guest of his bodied in section' 411, Postal Laws I : q: S- '

""- brother, W. C. -Hanson.- and Regulations of this form, printed to wit on: the reverse I .. ;. :;"}. '1; HURD L. REEVES, TAX ASSESSOR ." ..

., 1. That the names and addresses : ':P'f f
-Mr. and 'Mrs. Rackstraw returned ;
.' of the publisher, editor, managing j 1 : '' :
.Monday after a pleasant two week I "' -*" ,
editor, and business managers are: I : C: .
vacation at West Palm Beach. Publisher Louis A. Morgan. Clew- ,., ., 1. L v''t'" '<0. ,. ,.. ., "
iston, Fla.; Editor, Louis A. Morgan, I : ; -: ,,i':" YfJr' ''' ...+?',Yt .::: L: .rC'4. Wi .J:' ;:::'. .: ; ,.; ..;;:; 'p'

,. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr. Clewiston, Fla. I -'-.. ",-,' .5.-..A:'' -'""""'._ -- -"'-:'....'.'...-vr "11 I'I:7' ..,'v> ..S_' .,;:'P': ----ooy;.- :. 1?" yS,f c ,_ ... 'f''H -,onrd' --, ......,.
2. That the owner is:
and Mrs. Louis Morgan spent .Sunday -
Ona E. Morgan. Clewiston Co Inc.
.. afternoon in West Palm Beach. :3. That the known bondholders
mortgagees, and other security hold

: ';- JVIr. and ;llrs.Vells of Gainesville., ers owning or holding 1 per cent or '-

.' ".;Florida, spent the week-end ,in Clew-i i more of total amount of bonds,'mortgages = ,
or other securities are: : : = = : :
iston looking over the cane fields. : : : :- =:::: :: ==: := : : :
I Ona E. Morgan Clewis ton Co. Inc. i :::=:: :: :: : :

. :. I 4. That the two paragraphs next I ,
: ... :/.' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs spent above, giving the names of the own- I ) .

.r', Monday afternoon in' West Palm. ers, stockholders, and security holders I I J
if any,, contain not only the! list : .
Beach.,, ". I'of stockholders and security holdersas DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS f;
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they appear upon the books of ...:.
: 4 Dr. Ezelle left Sunday for a few the company but also, in cases where

daYS visit in Atlasta, Ga. I the .stockholder or security :holderatipoars ,. ,FOR HEALTHDRINK :t t
I I uno" tbo hnoi* nt ]jr' ('( nyirir -
/ | PC trrotoc, pr) in any other fiduciary .
: Henry Derendorf left Sunday for relation the name of the per- A QUART OF MILK A DAY .2f

Chicago, he will later join his wife son or corporation for whom such \f

r 4 in Washington. !I trustee is acting, fs r'ven; also, that L /.
I 'the, said two paragrap1' r.'."tD;" l ,

+t 1 -Miss Overalls and Mrs. Moltz and : statements tmbracing affiant's full 5 '
: knowledge and belief rs: to tin Circumstances I 1 CLEWISTON/ DAIRY COMPANY
1. .(-J son left Saturday morning for Dyer, and cc dil':'.ur undrwbich '
Tenn. and stockholders and security hold- 333 Finer Tires-Greater
; They will also visit Ohio Phone : ;
i Oklahoma City before they returnto ers who do not appear upon the Sugar land Highway
books of the company as trustees,
Clewiston. hold stock and securities in a capacity Values-Low 1930 Prices
I other than that of a honda fide
A. W. Sias and Art Lawrence gave owner; and this affiant has no reason L -:- : : -=- := =:=
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a farewell party for Miss Overalls to believe that :any other person,
i and Mrs. Moltz and son Friday association, or corporation has any' ------------------------- Anyone can afford Goodyears \i I
i Interest direct or indirect in the said :
,: night in West Palm Beach. They attended stock, bonds, or other securities The difference in price between the cheapest

the show at the Kettler. than as so stated by him. CLEWISTON FOLKS tires you can buy and Goodyears is less + I

I Louis A: Morgan, Publisher. than ever this season-WHILE DIFFERENCES .. i ,'

it :' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston are visit Sworn to and subscribed before :!, IN QUALITY HAVE GROWN _..

: 'Ing relatives in Richland, Georgia. me(Seal this) 15th Elbert day L.of .Stewart July, 1930, ; THE Bull A-fdiAMi '.1 EVEN GREATER. Yo'II be amazed how '- b .
I world's best
I' ; easily you can now afford the
' Notary Public, State of Florida at
'I! .- .Mrs. Mowry returned Sunday after j Large, My Commission Expires Aug. MIAMI, F.LORIDAVELCOMES' '. ; '*/ i tires. Don't- risk it on cheap rubber any, '
t! '. 22, 1932. ,t *.", j longer!
spending month in Miami. .
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\\1 : Victor Blate. spent Monday and J :' : ( ')-." g- ,ctThJind
: Tuesday- in. Tampa and Lakeland. BE HELD THROUGHOUT "The Most Perfectly [Ventilated Hotel: In the South"" : v .. I'
'.1' STATE ON AUGUST 12 'J'd '
..j'; Lifetime Guaranteed-Full OversizeSuperior
!\ .". :, Miss Via Jackobson and Ben TALLAHASSEE, July <14.-Examinations Storage Space Across Street. European Plan to many high priced makes" /l b
Noles spent Sunday in West Palm "
I i Beach for county and senatorial; r' I Tire 29 x 5.00 ......................................... 53.10 .
I scholarships will be conducted Florida at Gainesville and the Florida These scholarships are said to bo Repairing .

1 throughout the state on August 12, State College for Women at worth $200 a year, and may be held '.' J' M 11 i--r:lmmrnn't'fTImnTm'ff'\ .
r- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen has '' "
fi" I W. S. Cawthon, state superintncdent I Tallahassee-and one scholarshipfrom for four years upon the recommen- 1. r ''r' -& I;

1.1 ? their guest Sunday Mr. Allen's father of public ,instruction announced to each senatorial district to eachof dation of the faculty of the collegeto Tubes also priced low t '.
C. M. Allen and brother Mr.
day. which the scholarship holder is
the two state institutions. .J
and Mrs. H. ...
j L. Allen of Miami. I ;
( Each; year the state offers two Scholarship winners must enroll in sent. rnty :.

(types $1 Scholarships, it was ex these schools and must either return CO. -5
Mr and Mrs. G. Small returned CLEWISTON MOTOR .
plained. One county scholarship ,1s to teach for two years in the countyor
I' from Atlanta last SUBSCRIBE FOR
" !'' week where they In'
I .allowed for each representative district or refund to the state the
spent.' their, vacation, having motoredto I the lower house to each of the two ) money represented by the scholar- THE CLEWISTON NEWS t
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Georgia. ,
j state institutions-the University of ship,
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