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: August 1, 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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: Date Max Min. Rain 21 \................................................ 18.8

.: OPEN IN LABELLESEPTEMBER July 21 ................ 91 69 .. TO MEET TUES. TO EMPLOY W. I. July 22 ................................................ 1S.8 THROWN OUT OF

July 22 ...........?.... 92 70 .... July 23 .....:......:.... .........;.....n..,.,.?. 18.8

July 23 .................. 91 68 .30 July 24 ........ ............:. ......:.:..:............ 18.8

; 15 July 24 ................ 93 70 .... CONSIDERBUDGET EVANS JIS ATTY.Salary July 25 ..............................,....?...,...... 18.8 COURT BY JUDGESays

I July 25 ................ 92 71 .... July 26 ..................:........,...."...........,... 18.8

July 26 ................ 93 70 .... July 27 .........;.....,............ '.. ..........a... 18.8 ,
Four _Murder Cases Will July 27 ................ 93 71 .... New Commissioners ToBe To Be $12,000 Drainage pumps 'ran! 29 hours and Souther Sugar Co.,

-, 20 minutes, pumping 17,300,000 gallons Is Solvent Assesses
Be tried During Present ; Tax I A Year; Bonds ToRe ;
water or 2,300,000 cu feet.

.:'. Term. GENERAL ELECTIONIS Roll Presented. ';' i Issued. Cost.The .

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& .. The fall term of the Circuit Court CALLED FOR The regular monthly meeting .*pf The Flood Control------and Everglades AMERICAN LEGION petition filed by the -Nu-Way

,. will open in LaBelle 'on September the county commissioners will beheld Drainage Boards have received some Stretch Suspender Company, Ritten-

15, according to Guy M. Strayhorn, NOVEMBER 4 Tuesday In LaBelle. Seldon Jb, very unfavorable comments from the GOLF TOURNAMENTGETS baum, and Happ Brothers asking

States Attorney for this circuit. Stewart, commissioner from the I/:' state press regarding the employ- that The Southern Sugar Companybe

The regular Fall term opens In Belle district has been working on I ment of W. I. Evans as their attorney declared bankrupt was dismissedin

Glades county on Labor Day and will ToThe tho county budget for the, past month at a salary of 12,000 a year.A UNDER WAY United States Court in Tampa by

be completed in two weeks. Court Four Amendments and will present it to the commissioners -I considerable amount of this I Judge Akerman Monday.The .

. '. will be held In Hendry county two Constitution ToBe for their inspection and approval $ criticism has been made through ignorance case was thrown out of court
day in at the Jr Qualifying Rounds Must last Thursday by Federal Judge
weeks from the opening Voted On. meeting Tuesday. I on the part of some of our -

Glades, then every two weeks there, In preparing the budget last year state editors. They have copied items Be Played By Akerman when it was foXnd that the

after in Charlotte, Lee and CollkV the commissioners failed to include from the Tallahassee Democrat u attorneys for the petitioners were
.. Secretary of State R. A. Gray has Sunday.Sunday unable to prove their cententions.
County. several. items that were. needed. during :- newspaper opposed! to the present
announced that the elec.tlon
on \11IIo The officials of The Southern. ,Sugar -
" There are four murder' cases to the year and which were P!n- administration in Tallahassee. In "
which will be held on November August 2, has been set as Company with their attorneys
f: come before the fall term: this :r ar.fZJ chased and used by the county,:;:; rl fact, the Democrat has never been
4 four resolutions which were I the dead line for those wishing to coupled by 34 of their largest creditors -
One of tho heaviest dockets ever few political_ enemies of the present right on' any subject they have chosen
both houses of the state
passed by qualify for the American Legion went into court to prove thai
. held in Hendry county will be tried board took these matters to Tallahassee to criticize the Governor about
' .'... legislature would be voted upon by I Golf tournament.All the company was not bankrupt. The
The grand, jury is and the Honorable Fred ;H. I investigation
during this term. the state whole. These resolutions \ nor do they try to make any'
as a cards
I entrants must turn in attorneys for the petitioners asked
expected to make a thorough investigation Davis, Attorney General of Florida, into these matters. They
to amend the constitution -
propose showing that they have that the case be continued due to
:.... .,',', ;: into the law enforcement of and must be voted the ruled that the money was spent are simply trying to poison the PlayeLeisht-1
on by
een holes. Due to the their inability to review the booksof
Hendry county and according to the people. At this election the voters without authority and a county audit minds of the public regarding the affairs ,
1 Clewistonites who're unable to play the company but_ after hearingthe
, States Attorney every effort will be was asked by these men. The at Tallahassee.
will elect all state and officials
county made to clean Hendry county from I I that were nominated in the commissioners were attacked state for I If the people of Florida will take it has been agreed upon to accept ny's attorneys, stating that 7,500 men

::. top to bottom. June primary. their Illegal expenditures by the' ; time to investigate the affairs of the your cards for each nine holes J would be thrown out of employmentand
- ; Mrs. Bertie Wiggins case, in which I| The first of the four proposed press and Hendry county was given 1 t.' Everglades Drainage district and its played. Your total score will then betaken I a $20,000,000 company wreckedby

.' she Is charged with selling liquor to amendments would grant to counties some very unfavorable publicity. : I future possibilities they will see an for each nine holes played. the delay Judge Akerman .threw

. an Indian. will ,be given special at-I I l districts and municipalities the It would be a wise move for the I entirely different picture than the The greens are being sanded which the case out of court and ordered

,_ tention during the term of court. "right to issue refunding bonds. The present' board to review the bud- lone painted by the Democrat. In our will improve your putting 'a lot while that the cost, be placed against the

,;. :..... \-.J, With a new sherriff in charge of I'estate I! ,could issue bonds "only for feets as prepared. for some of the, ... : opinion the Governor and his Drain- the fairways will be in almost perfect petitioners which was $825.00 for:

, <:" :' the law enforcement conditions are the purpose of repelling invasion or larger counties in the state and plana age Boards did the, right thing by condition by Sunday. witnesses alone.

\. expected to improve all over the suppressing insurrection." similar. one for Hendry county.'I employing Mr. Evans as their attor Several local golfers qualified Sun- After the decision was renderedby
Sheriff Hancock has already often cost in the:
; county. The second the amend Quite economy
.' .; ney. day, very few turning in cards for Judge Akerman, and the case
given notice that he 'will not toler- ments all taxation long run, as this was the case, ;In
:- exempt from holes. shouldbe
' .: .' the eighteen A crowd thrown out of court; B. G. Dahlberg,
:'.. ,. ate liquor selling in Hendry county. certain: specified industries established preparing the budget last' year, whenthe I expenditure on the course every afternoon President of the Company left I for

.. i:. The Honorable George WhitehurstIs in the state on or after items which were considered ;tjn-i chobee and, a cross-state water way.. this week, as this is the first major New York where he will dispose of
,:,- circuit judge for Hendry: Char- July 1, 1929. Tfie period of tax ex- necessary were left out and fou'ft'dto
II' This $9,000,000 is coming into Flor tournament to be held, in Clewiston. $1.500,000 worth of receivers certifi-
.' lotte. Glades, Lee and Collier coun- be needed later. Under the law
'. : emption would not extend beyond the ida to improve our waterways and and will become an annual affair. cates, which will be used to harvestthe
,:. .ties. He, is one of the best known 1948. it is not necessary for the .commitsioners -.
:year will be decided by
The winner
1 give our people one of the greatest cane crop and carry the company -
f. circuit judges 'in Florida, having to spend all the money bud* I
The .third proposed amendment ..)In !I inland water routes in the south. It match play with 3.4 handicap allowance through the coming grinding
!. served Hendry county since its crea- getted for, but they cannot spend
would provide for the assessment, thebidget will not only give us a cross-state, over your best player.In season. All employes of the Southern
that is not Included in
tion. levying and collection of inheritanceand any water route, 'but by developing this addition to the regular flight Sugar Company will receive their,
. estate taxes. The amount uoulu< route 'a dike will be built around the which will compose the winner in ; back pay in full during the coming-

COUNTY DEMOCRATS I be limited to that collected by the Next year Hendry county will hare. southern shores of Lake Okeechobeethat each group, a consolation flight week and a new feeling of confidence

I United States government and the a complete new board of coinniistoners '.,I, will protect ,thousands of _lives composed of the losers of the first Is. sweeping over the Everglades.
LABELLE tax would exist. only as long as tueUnitedj and they should be given an' frpm' t. distigtersl'etit wystatetmdnatio r. .,and.$econa- qunds;vfill play each af, t
budgetSiSj *
,'-1 o tt'-? ,MEET IN J tateg .governmerit's' .tax 'nit- opportunity? .rfjm-- *. ,,to ie>review v7'f &>.the, .JlcjtV Twf-c r- ne. This- s' a. tern- o. hi:, Willl a (..W-L e!erplori.; :',
present'board "
planned and adopted by NEWIREDGETOWORK.
.y inheritances and estates exists. problem and when Governor Carlton have at least two chances'to win a

ONAUGUST 5 rlhe last of the four proposed as they will, be the men M urged the United States to take a prize and will give each player 36 .

amendments would provide for the charged with handling the county hand in this great development he holes of golf to play. ON RAISING"LAKE
funds. This is a very unfortunatelaw .
R assessment, levying and collection! of helped to take a great financial bur- The eighteen hole qualifier is to
in Florida and should be changedas
Chairman And Secretary ,only one form of taxation on motor : den from the state of Florida. determine your handicap and this DIKE LEVELS
there similar to
'. / vehicles as property. That tax would are many cases (Please turn to page 5)) method gives the duffer just as much
To Be By ours, having a new board to handle
, ;.. be fixed by the legislature, anwould' chance to win as it does the good
"the affairs of the old board withoutan
.. Members.. be in lieu of all: ad valorem
... opportunity to make any plans Dave Alston To Open : Southern Shores Are To;
taxes on motor vehicles as personal The tournament is not confined to

The meeting of the local county property.: for their administration.Please Drug Store In Pahokee men. the ladies of Clewiston are in- : Be Protected From _

executive committee men of the ( turn to Page 5)) vited to enter the qualifying rounds. Any Damage.The
Democratic party was postponed from I Dave G. Alston President of the Details for match play will be given

Tuesday until August 5th, due to the TELEPHONE CO. I Merchants To Meet Alston Drug Company, announcedthis next week. dike around the southern

'.' fact that ,the appointments of the local week that his company would
At Watanabe Tuesday I shores of lake Okeechobee is being
members were not received un- store In Pahokee on
TO SPEND $30,000 open a drug
0' ARRIVES raised to twenty feet according to
til Wednesday of this week I August 1st. The Alstons Drug Company
the statement of Ben Herr, engineer:;
... The local members ,were appointed The local merchants association operates two stores in Clewis-
ON LINES HEREThe for the 'Flood Control and Everglades
: by H. H. Wells, chairman of the will meet at the Watanabe Hotel ton, one in Belle Glade and one at FOR STATE ROAD'WORK Drainage boards.

State Committee and will have active Tuesday night of next week, G.. V. Browns Farm.
The dredge Florida has been moved
charge of the affairs of their Hudson, president, has announcedthat
Dave G. Alston and Kendick Alston
Southern Bell Telephone Com- HERE into the lake and is now working on
. party in Hendry county. the association would meet all who manages the Belle Glade and
: pany with headquarters in West the Bacon Point section raising the
.. Hurd L. Reeves, state representative -i obligations occured at. the meetingand
Brown Farms Stores are the ownersof
Palm Beach is spending $30,000 on I dike to twenty feet and repairingthe
'. of the party made the recommendations a full attendance is expected.
the Alston Chain of Drug
their telephone lines into Clewiston.Two i Material for the construction of leaks that have developed during -
: to the state chairmanand There are severaI'vital questionsto Dave has just returned from Tampa -
new copper circuits are being the first ten miles of state road 25 the past months. It is expectedthat
those recommended have received strung from Clewiston to West Palm be discussed relative to summer where he purchased equipment is beginning to arrive in Clewiston. this dredge will be in operation

their appointments. | business conditions In Clewiston and for the Pahokee store which will be
Beach to take care of the increased W. F. Powers Construction Company approximately three weeks and will
J. H. Booth of LaBelle will be merchant Is urged, by the located the street from the
business caused by the developmentof across of West Palm Beach has established work only: during the day time.
elected chairman of the county committee : president, to be in attendance. Post Office in Pahokee. I'
the Everglades by the Southern 'headquarters In Clewiston and their The dredge Caloosahatchee has
at the next meeting. The
work the been at work the Diston Island
Sugar Company.' men are now at leveling on
. secretary has not been elected, Tjut I' There are fifteen men in Clewis grade from the Palm Beach county I dike and will continue operation
H. A. Rider of LaBelle has been men- LOCAL PRO TELLS HOW TO PLAY
tioned to fill the above ofuce. ton working on the new lines which line into Clewiston.This twenty-four hours as scheduled.
-. will require from four to five monthsto stretch of road is two and The Caloosahatchee is expected to

( l Those receiving their appointments complete the work. The presenttoll THE LOCAL GOLF COURSE( IN PAR one half miles and will require about move east of Clewiston within a few;
,!tjjIJJ from the state chairman were J. II.
. line from Clewiston consists of two months to complete. The south days and repair the dike between
Booth, H. A. Rider, W. L. Murry, M.
one copper circuit which was insuf- ,I road by Hookers point will be used Clewiston and Miami Locks to 20
\ N. Taylor and L. A. Morgan. .J .I
ficient to meet the heavy demandsof Continued from last week. everybody tears into one but this as a detour during the constructionof feet.This

the Sugar Company. Hole no. 2, 440 yards, par 4. time his club head comes into the this road. work is being done by both,

., 1930 TAX ROLLw 'i!I When the new circuits are com- Good drives 230 down the right ball ahead. of his hands and he getsa I I The highway through Clewlstou is boards with the emergency fund of

plete a direct line will connect Clew side of the fairway, just keeping in- low fast hook into the bunker on expected to be closed to traffic dur- $40,000 which was appropriated for;

:: PRESENTED iston with New York and Chicago. side the bunker at the 200 yard the loft and it buries. He is allowedto ing its construction but both roads this purpose and is only temporary.
Calls to these places can be put mark, ho uses his brassie for the loll it back; but he does not fig- running to the state highway: will

through in three to four minutes and remaining 2io, but digs in a little ures that the bunker is ISO yards and be open through the city.
;. NEXT TUESDAYThe the service will be the same as ren which does not allow his club headto the green 440 which leaves. him 2GO"- The Powers Construction Company ,

1" : dered larger cities along the east : come 'through properly, and hasa to go and that the easy way is to (has leased the Scott Hotel as

.. ... coast. slight fade at the end of his shot make two 130 yard shots, so he tries headquarters and construction camp STARTS ERECTIONOF

/. The 1930 Tax Roll will! be presented causing him to be In the long grasson to drive over the bunker. It Is almostan for their employees while in Clcwis-

<.:. to the County Commissioners Local Dairyman To the right bank of the green. He impossibility to get a ball up into ton. SEED STORE

., Tuesday at their regular meeting. I' uses his niblic and hits his shot tho air quick with a mid-Iron so he
: The tax roll was delayed thirty days Attend University firmly and with considerable power, hits about half way up and just Registration Books

" ,', due to the high water over the and the ball lands about two yards I barely rolls over, two more put him W. S. Harvell has started construction

.:: : western end of the county. Hurd L. O. L. Jeffries!:, local dairyman, will short of the pin and trickles up to near the green, five on and down Ju Are Now Open of the HarvellSeed Company

Reeves has cut the tax assessments leave next week for Gainesville, i an easy putt for his. par 4. seven and the funny part of it is that building near the A. C. L. De
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considerably this year and the tax Florida. Mr. Jeffries will attend the Mr. Ninety is a little off line and he blames it all on the bunker. Registration books are now open pot. Mr. Harvell lost his building by:

,,'j.' ,. payers of Hendry county will receive University of Florida's short coursein his ball rolls up the bunker on the Terrible sneaked out early Sun- at the court house In LaBelle and fire several months ago through
/: '.. :; this news with a sigh of relief. dairying. This work is a part of righthand and lodges there, ground ,, day morning for secret practice and those who have been in the countysix : unknown origin.He .

.f Under the past administration of the University of Florida summer rules insist that he doesn't play off I I the last report was that he was in months? and in the state of FlorIda has operated a seed businessin

:. '_' ".: the county officials the expenses of course given for the benefit of men the sides of the bunker so he rollsit the long grass on No. 7 fairway, but one :year and have not registeredcan Clewiston during the past two

Hendry county have been cut which engaged In the dairy business in back down and using his mashie we hope he- will get home in timeto do so by going to the office of years. The building that was .destroyed

r will enable the taxpayers to receive Florida.. Mr. Jeffries expects to bo niblic, plays over the end of the accompany the foursome. on hole county registrator at La Bello. was used as a packinghouse

...' some relief next year. away about two weeks and stated bunker Into the fairway about 150 No. 3. The November election will in all last .season and carried a

.. All property owners should get in that he expects to increase his stock yards from tho green, his mashie shot Scores for the second hole: Good, probability be of interest to the citizens large stock of crate material and in-

touch with the Tax Assessor and see of milch cows this fall. Clowiston- to the green is very well played, I 4; Ninety, 5; Century, 7; and T by of Hendry county. Republican secticides. The new building will ba

that their property is assessed at Ites are now using all the milk we leaving him a long putt which hu reason of not playing gets one stroke candidates may run for county offices considerable smaller, than the old

.' .its real value and if not appear before can produce and the future pros. misses and takes a five which is not I. more than the highest score, which in the general election, however building and will be used as a seed

: the board and have the valuation ; pects are very encouraging, stated so bad. : I.I is a break for him, or an S. none have announced in Hendry store only. It Is being constructedon

.., adjusted. j I the dairyman. I Century is still trying to outdrive i Continued next week. county. the site! of the old building.


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BRISBANE TALKS FLORIDAOne Another High-Salaried Official building on former site of Panama "iiii'li'ii'il'ii'll'H'il'M'llili'li'ii'iiM'iliiiMMHi'ii'il'ii'll'ii'._ Mrs. L. M. Allen
who Is attendingMr.
THE CLE\VISTOr r'a E\VS\ I ] :Motor Company nearing completionfor : Lra 15'41e News! Allen In Ft. Myers made a visit

things for which The members of the flood control Cook Motor Company. i" ., ., ., ., ,,, to her
Published every Friday at of the many (; ,1'" ',1',1' '''' '" '1" 'I" '" ; farm Sunday

Florida Florida should give thanks is the and drainage' boards may know what Heenan Whidden breathed his last
', many staunch, optimistic friendsshe they are doing; but we cannot find Key West-Preliminary work underway Tuesday as the result of a broken Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer entertained' 1J rat

LOUIS A. MORGAN\ .... Publisher has among the most vrell-informed anything of encouragement_ for a I 1 for construction of new home vein which flooded the lungs with luncheon party_ at Fort Myers

Entered'-at- ;'Postofflce- ; i -at Clew- and influential men in the policy; of economy and retrenchment I for "Citizen" at Greene and Ann blood. He had bronchial pneumonia Tuesday.

nation. ': in' the action of those organizations Streets. which was not pronounced 'dangerous
Iston, Florida, as second._ class. ,.matter. Chief among these is Arthur Br!:>: In employln ga special attorney at but a little before he died a violent Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burko and family
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES bane, whose column one day this 12,000: a year. Okeechobcc-Citizens Bank openedfor cough burst a vein flooding his !I arid Mr. and Mrs. Hilden Burke.

One Year ...: $2.50 week carries to thousands and thous- j: This attorney, W. I. Evans, of Mi- business. lungs. and family picniced at Pollywog
Six Months .., 1.:;'J ands of readers, the following cheer- designated as an "assistant to __ I He was buried at the Denaud cem I 'creek Sunday.

Three Months .?. .'ji) ful comment: the Attorne;>'-General"-nnd he is to Panama CitY-Bay Bakery added I etery at 5 o'clock Tuesday. He Is

Florida, like a boy with growing get' twice tho salary of the Attorney- new equipment. survived by his wife, his mother,

ADVERTISING RATES pains has known troubles. ,The General! I Mrs. Whidden of North LaBelle two Mrs. A. L. Taylor will entertain

Forty-five cents 'per inch. No, dis worst was the inrush of real l estate The attorney was employed] 1. were Aijalachicola. -Apulachic o la State {i *brothers Lee Whidden of Bare with a bridge party Wednesday in

count for plates. No special position I schemers followed by crowds, buy- 'a informed by the Tallahassee I Bank purchased $75,000 bond issue I, ]Beach and Fred Whidden who is honor of Mrs. -Virgil Bowman, daughter -

guaranteed. All advertising copy : ing stupidly. That was a greater calamity Democrat in an executive session of for Special School District No: 1. I' visiting in Central America and a of ;Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Doty. .

must be In this office .on Wednesday than any dozen assorted the two bodies. Th eDemocrat comments II I : sister, Mrs. Jack Ridgedlll. I
The Womens
Community Club of
before Issue of paper. fruit flies. You can kill fruit flies. : "The Everglades boards are I 'Apopka-City offices moved to I
LaBelle met at their
broke ,the district is bankrupt. If club room In
You can't kill stupidity.However I ground floor room of WilliamEd-
I Mr. and Mrs John Webber have the Everett Hotel Tuesday afternoon.I .
the two boards which have the destinies
ROAD TO SUCCESS nothing can Interfere wards, ;Hotel. ,. I

with the. immedate growth of gigantic -' of this great and important : ., -..:...-.:.. .". j returned from a visit In Miami to I and Mrs. Everett
their home in LaBelle. Nobles returned -
Federal; .Judge Akerman has. ,confirmed ultimate prosperity of such' a. section of Florida cannot be aboveboard Lake City-Bovaus Dry Cleaning from visit '
a in Macon, Geor
the general impression that slate as Florida, destined to, be the with the public and not allow plant moved to larger quarters next I gia. Mr. Nobles
their transactions in Mr. and ,Mrs. Roy Burke and family was nominated recently '
to be
there was no good cause for throwing -I permanent home of millions, and handled to Fla. Power & Light Company.
the Southern Sugar Company into the winter sun parlor of many other public, the confidence of the public i;, who have been visiting In O'Brien as a member of the Glades
county school
his wise ..of Florida and the financial sources Alachua and Holden for the past board for the 1931-33
bankruptcy, and by millions | Dade City-A. B. Canon purchased term.

handling of the situation has madeit I E. D. Lambright, editor ofthe from which aid is expected cannot I business of Pasco Motor Company, month, returned Monday to their '

for the greatest sugar Tampa Morning Tribune wishes the be' held" home. I ':.
possible I I formerly! owned by D. D Covlngton Mrs. Joe Ross and son left Monday ;
company in the state to get througha world to know that in percentage of It appears that the state might s i for Miami where
have l\Ir.and Mrs. Hilden Burke and I they will take.
tight financial hole. population Increase, Florida comes attorneys already In its employ HIaleah-City Ice & Fuel Company a. steamship) for Galveston
who could give the two boards the family of Ft. Myers have moved to !where
It Is estimated that the crop. second to California only. Florida's : acquired plants of Pure Water they will spend the summer. .,

cane now in the fields will yield percentage of gain .is three time service for which this $12,000 a yearis Ice Company and Hialeah. Ice Company LaBelle. Mr. Burke is employed i In -

$2,000,000 worth of sugar and<; byproducts .I that of the 27 states thus far enu- l! to be paid. Maybe this duty could -- the Miller Garage. f Mr. and Mrs.: Alvah Burke were

when harvested this fall. I merated. For one that lost money in have been delegated to some of our Fort Myers visitors ,/")

This is well established, and on that. the recent slump hundreds will make superfluous Circuit Judges, who S Ciermont-Diving dock being constructed Miss Mary Frierson spent the Monday. Y "

sufficient : Florida fortunes in haven't enough to do to employ their week-end In Tampa visiting rela
basis the company can borrow years to come.- | at Crystal Lake. Mr. Cooly, State Auditor is in La
Glades ./'time.-Tampa Tribune. tives.
money to harvest the crop I County Democrat. i <. Belle this week on business.

and get the returns; With the crop : ,South Jacksonville-:Mrs. R. E.

out of the way, the company}, also GOOD ROADS ESSENTIAL HERE AND THERE OVER FLA. Brenan took over management of Mrs. Isaih Burko of Holden is vIsiting : Dick Dees of Nagales was a visitor -

can refinance for the next year's Lee Jackson Hotel her sons Roy, Hilden and AI- in LaBelle
.1 Monday. Mr. Dees was,;: -
growth. Pensacola-Fisher Pou Funeral var, and brother Homer Hand.
Good roads, in the Dr. a former resident of LaBelle.
There has been, much criticism of opinion of ( Service, Inc., capitalized at 25,000, Floral City-Dr. Strickland pur
Julius Klein, Assistant Secretary of granted charter of incorporation. II. L. Delaney wife has visiting
the Southern Sugar Company for its chased been I.
Anderson Island in
I 1.Commerce, "have revolutionized the lake near G. : M. Watson .is reported as having
lavish expenditure of money, de here. in Tampa has returned home.
signed to build up an impression I business of the nation, and the end Watertown-Large mill being repaired '-. I stuck a nail in his foot. Although
I is not yet." swoolen it is not dangerous.
which would attract additional in here. Elfers-Elfers Citrus Growers Association The many friends of Mr. Allen will

vestors. This manner of spending I I.. In 1901 the State and Federal sov- New Smyrna-State Bank & Trust be glad to hear that he. is very muchI I -
enlarging packing plant. A
truck load
ernments I watermellon
.: spent 2,500,000 for highways Company was
money has brought the company to. merged with Fidelity Bank.Lake I improved.
i and in 192S, the last for '-- I brought to the local stores Saturday
1 year
where it will to f ''I' i!
the point now have I i\Iayo-Parlcer Sales I I Ii by Council
Which Company new- Miller, Harry Hanson and
buckle down and economize to allow I(I complete statistics are available Worth-Venetian Construe' | The Methodist missionary society i' Burke.. .
ly appointed Ford dealers pui cnaseU Soy
dividends. I I they spent $827,000,000 or 330 t ti lion Corporation, capitalized at $50,. I Mayo Motor Co. building. met at the Everett Hotel. Mrs. F. E. I

The company holds some 140,003 !i I times as much. In addition, the expenditures 000, granted charter. I i Edwards, hostess. Ab o ut twenty
: of counties Imembers SALE
acres of the best cane land in the and other loj were present. The situation

Everglades. The. government Hood,1 ;j: cal units ofx government reached the Perry-Work started on State Road! Methodist Plant City-Parsonage of First ; in Korea was discussed and a NOTICE is
\ Church repainted and Im hereby given that un
control program will put a high !,, total of 832000000. Since 1921, the i No. 19 at this place. proved. iI I Is delightful musical program was Fen I der and by virtue of the final decreed
levee between this land and the lake, I' annual aggregate expenditure for _____ dered. Delicious luncheon was serve [ entered in the Circuit Court in and

effectively protecting future crops of 'I roads has been above $lOO ,QOO,009. 1 I Daytona Beach-Construction, of I Ir i it : in the spacious dining room. 'for Hendry County, Florida, in a
1 These are impressive : Delray Beach-Arcade Bea cause therein pending wherein
cane from damage by lake overflow.. figures and_ addition to Young MemorIal Library ; James'I
one might think here Shoppe reopened for business in utY'1 I W. Scott and Flora A. Scott are
The navigation work In this program we have all .the! to start soon., cade' building.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daughertyare Complainants and S. L. Lang and 1
roads i
we are likely to need for :I ..
will permit the company to contribute some __ I, the proud parents of a seven others are defendants, I will offer -

to cross-state barge l lines, and to time to come. But such is not the! Cocoa-$15.000 final payment made and a half pound baby daughter born for sale and sell to the highest and
cash Our cities have been adequate-t to Brevard Apopka-Florida Public ServIceompany best bidder for cash at the front
market their produce by boat as I County Telephone Company at the Lee Memorial Hospital in :
ly provided with stxeetsand I II ? completed negotiations for door of the Court House In LaBelle
well as by rail. I expensive : ,1 by Southern. Bell Telephone Fort Myers Monday afternoon. ,
highways .but. ,most'of, the 'agji- I.Company- ". purchase- of' M purchase of Apoka. .. Ice ,,Company. for Hendry County, Florida, on the 1st
Unless the company has. some i : :* company **" ". .- Jr_ day of September, 1930, during the
cultural and < ... dut 17000. :
rural : I I
thing totally unexpected happen tIt i country depends- 'Jfefv The LaBelle fireme"n who attended legal hours of sale, the following. 'described ,

Florida can confidently regard it I Jon the same type of road that gist I, Daytona Beach-Daytona Furniture f the District meeting of the Florida property, to-wit:
as on the way to permanent suc i eel in the horse and buggy days. Five' i j (Company, capitalized at 20,000, I Stuart-St. Lucie ElectrI'c Company State Firemens Association, Monday I Lot 24 in Block. 156 of Clewiston, (

cess. Whether there is much more II,i million of our 6,250,000 farmers are ;:' i granted charter. Inc., opened for business in Os- afternoon and night, at which nearly said Hendry property County together, Florida, r'-....;.
I II with -
ceola -
cut off from building.
their -
land available for cane growing in 1 markets during J( two hundred firemen and public officials I being then and there 'sold

the Everglades, time alone will tell several omnths of each; year by a.L T.ampa-Contracts totaling $12,3.i 0 -. ':; from cities and towns within in accordance' ,with and to satisfy

We know the whole 4,000,000 acres 1 : barrier of mud. It is.a lucky .farmer awarded by Hillsborough County Parker-Charlie Mashburn moved. 1 the district attended, at Sebring re said decree, together with' costs of

who is assured of all-year contact School Board for, repairing school ,1\Iashburn'Val'iety. Works here. port not said sale.:
cannot only much valuable instruc-
grow cane even if it were This the 31st
day of July 1930.
I with the outside ove ,
to be planted. But some protected water' properties in 'co nty. I| tion but much entertainment in the ( B. A. BALES, Special Masterin
and dust-proof surfaced .roads_ Jacksonville=Dawkliis Build i n gI of It
portions will, and Jrom this the i way a good time. Chancery.J. .

United States some. day will get a I Good low-cost farm-to-market roads; Green' Cove Springs-New truckplaced Supply Company moved to 1450 I They all decided that Sebring has M. COUSE. Solicitor for Complainants. -

I offer better economic and living con- into operation by street de West Beaver Street. real, bunch of .
very considerable part of its sugar, .1 1 ja fellows in fact,
August 1-8-15-22-29
and Its paper pulp.-1\Iiami Herald. -- partment. Chief Blount and other local members I -- ---
FAIR TAXATION Zephyrhills-Fifth Avenue Boulevard state their
a man from ;! 1\lelbourne-New playground will

PLANS FOR ECONOMY Mulberry Main street lighting sys- being ,improved for 'more thai:i 1 any city, big or small, who was notI be established soon Orange ,
on of
The principle behind all democratic lent to be improved.JacksonvilleSouthern. one mile through heart of city. Ia regular fellow. Ten members of the Avenue
and Palmetto Street
systems of- taxation is th t'the Florida Public Service Company' LaBelle Fire
Governor Carlton's prel l im iua ry attended. i by Pythian Sisters.
statement of the recommendations cost of government. should be equitably Motors Fi- asking permission to build power I

distributed overall in hance line from Tavares to- Mount Dora,
he expects to make to tIle. next property Corporation of Miami to establish I .
1 accordance with its value. along Lake Shore Drive. ,.X" .", :: -=> ..'
Legislature in the direction of reducing branch here. : ::: .i.:; ; '''=-'-

expenditures is Theoretically, this principle is still I I
attracting I
In ,
effect in our states. Actually 1 St. Petersburg-Conway Corporation
much favorable comment. The Gov 1\Iulberr-Spence Pharmacy in ,

ernor indicated that he has been I however, we have strayed far away stalled electric soda fountain. capitalized at $5,000, granted ------

giving careful study to all phases of 1 from It. Certain types of property Panama City; Construction of charter. I

the public expense question and that ( have been taxed out of all proper Ij
tion j to their value. j "

he has reached certain conclusions Hardly a single :year without :" J'.!d,'.:: "-.i.;, ,:,,':\,>:; .r; :. .r.: .::-",": '' 't :!"'-"'( '1.... IrJ'. 'Lv-. I i iI '
which \
we hope, will aid materially .
in effecting economy and retrenchment agitation of some 'sort. to levy t"i J i -- /1AKE S
In the, operation of the state more of the tax burden against the I To the Creditors of YOUR SELF AT HOME

Government. "corporations"-as If they had some .

The Governor made recommend magical way' of creating wealth and THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY H i

tions fo I didn't have to take it from the pockets -
reconomy to the last Legislature 1- The undersigned Committee of creditors of The Southern Sugar d ; AFEW CHOICE ROOMS -
of those to whom they sell sere -
but few of them were acted I: Company has been formed for the purpose of obtaining unity of action | 'tt
upon. He will reiterate these vices or commodities. the creditors Company the of their
at th by of said In protection Inp p ;

coming session and add a number Inequitable taxation benefits no terests.. The Committee has prepared a Creditors Deposit Agreement, |C >: .> > : ARE NOW. AVAILABLE..

which have developed from his one in the long runIt discourages copies of which may be obtained from the Secretary of the CommitI I ,C ',N,," r',., ," "'Ii'' a
tee or from either of the Depositaries named below. fi ;
further Investigations.He industry and is a detriment to I :
believes that many offices can I steady employment, good wages and i Creditors of The Southern Sugar Company may co-operate .with

be abolished and operating costs cut *'high living standards for workers. It the Committee and become parties to the Creditors Deposit Agreej j 1 REASONABLE.. RATES _, .

In all branches of the state government j Amounts, in effect, to class legisla- ment by depositing their claims in negotiable form with either of 1 t "' I
the Depositaries designated in at their specified of-
I the Agreement
without rippling its efficien lion No business is entitled to pros. f!
cy. He mentions also a reduction of I ness. .

judicial circuits, now in existenceand I It is safe to say that a great many Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, .
70 City N. Y. ..
Broadway, New York ,
suggests that the Grand Jury, of our economic problems would be -

as a part of the organization of each at least partially solved if we returned Central Farmers' Trust Company, I OUR SUNDAY 'DINNERS

-' county government, could either be in fact as well as theory, to i., West Palm Beach, Florida.In TRY -

abolished entirely or its functionsstrictly the principle that taxes shall be distributed opinion Com I
: the of the Committee, a froced liquidation of the
limited. In reducing the number fairly among all property. pany at this time either through bankruptcy or otherwise, would be -

of Circuit Judges, the Governor per at the expense of another busi- 1 prejudicial to the best interests of all creditors. The Committee is i j : '- -

---- .- advised that a of influential stockholders engaged in the -
probably also includes the abolition -- -- ---- --- group are
of other unnecessary courts. new counties since 1920. Through formation of a Stockholders' Committee to provide sufficient work- I CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL

The the existence of the numerous small Ing capital to carry the Company through the approaching season .
Jacksonville Journal adds to counties 35 U and to formulate a plan for Teorgauizatiou or readjustment of ,
the ,. percent of the population .. ,
Governor's recommendations the B the affairs of the Company upon equitable terms both to creditors
of the state has 65 of
abolition of a number of counties. percent ] and stockholders which will permit the Company to continue itsil"
The Journal the voting power in the Legislature.\ operations.
points out that there
are 27 Thus one-third of the people of I' N
counties in Florida whl ill the state possess and exercise, : The Committee recommends that all creditors promptly deposit THE WATANABE\ HOTEL
have a combined population equal il" their claims under the Deposit Agreement above mentioned. -
to that of Duval through their representation in the
county alone. Each: Dated: July 21,' 1930. '
Legislature two-thirds of the lawmaking .
of these 27 MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. -
counties ha'sl
set a complete power of the state. ... FRANK L. ALLEN, Chairman.,
of county offices W. DaCAMARA.
each has at H.
If, as' the Journal one-half
least one member at the Legislature. L. R. LINK,
of the counties were abolished, no
These 27 counties have nino times JUDSON L. OWEN,
one would suffer except the officeholders J. H. ROBERTS, :: : :: = :: =
the representation ;: = : :
In the
that In those counties and practically E. H. THOMAS,
Duval county has, with the C. E. Committee.
same half of the total county taxes SIGLER Secretary
population. : 70 Broadway, New York City, N. Y. 01r
.would be
saved to the people.-Tarn- iii'J'
The Legislature has created 13 I Tribune. .... .
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Demonstration Work will hold Its At present we have little reading RURAL COMMON SENSE ,
r ONE CAR FOR Sheely, Appointed meeting, Instead of the Home Eco- I matter on hand and are endeavoring }

Extension Service nomics program, Wednesday 'morn- money for literature for the inmates. By, Spuds Johnson

4r a 4.8 PEOPLE Animal Husbandman ing beginning at 8:45. Mrs. B. W. Therefore- we are dependent largelyon i

,,11 r ? Summer, Bonlta Springs, Lee County the help of the public for same. DARING YOUNG FLIERS ,
,"II I j !** IN FLORIDA GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Wa He r J. is president of the council. "By their own admissions the in- SET 'FOOD EXAMPLESFOR -for only 55% of 1

Sheoly, former livestock agent for The State Bee Keepers' Associa which we are authorized to spend AMERICAN YOUTHIf regular tare you j
can buy, Friday, Saturdays
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, tion will hold their meeting Thurs- mates would rather have good substantial and Sundays until 1.

Increase Of 277.49 PerCent and a graduate of Clemson College, day and Friday morning, beginningat Instructive reading matter boys and girls are inclined to Aug. 30,Inc., round-trip :

I began work as Extension Animal 8:45, according to President J. such as. history science; biography, i take fliers as their heroes, they- will tickets 15-day good limit in, between coaches only, ,

::1 In Number Of Husbandman July 21, according to W. Barney, Bradenton. travel, trade books, books on religiousand do well to emulate the examples set points In the entire Southeast any i

r, Cars Since 1920. an announcement by A. P. Spencer, These meetings are a, part of' the allied subjects, up-to.date fic- by'' Col. Charles A. Lindbergh after ...30-day limit tickets a trifle ''
Ask local
higher. of the
vice-director of the Florida Agricultural I annual Farmers' Week program, and tion with a common-sense meaning he flew to Paris over three years ATLANTIC ,COAST agent LINE 1''

ORLANDO.-During the past ten Extension Service.. The position will not interfere with farmers and behind it, and other works that follow ago, and by tho Hunter Brothers after lut yiu lafomoViIei killed 31,000 :

years, from 1920 to 1930, there has was made possible by a cooperative farm women attending the various along these lines. An encyclopedia -I I they finished their rocord endurance t ptopli..trilnt inly 95; 321 ID 11

,: been an increase of 277.49 per cent agreement between the U.;. S. Bureauof I, sections. Britannica, geographies, philoso- flight at Chicago recently.: TRAVEL BT TEA IS.. ..lr8 SAFES! I IL I
I phhies, etc., needed and wouldbe Tho first thing Lindbergh called
Animal Industry, and the Agricultural are
: in the number of .automobiles registered ; __ ______.
with the Florida state motor Extension Service.Mr. sincerely' appreciated by' the six- for after completing' his flight which _j
; STATES PRISON we hope, several thousand volumes. kept him in the air continuously ,for
vehicle commissioner, according tot .. Sheely. beside his experience {]I
1 figures compiled 'by the. American with the railroad, has served as an I to accumulate" I Snodern library OL I I 133 hours and 30 minutes was a glassof

Automobile 'Insurance association; In agricultural teacher, and as county WANTS GOOD BOOKS brary that we would appreciate. I |I' milk and a roll. Not a glass of
am convinced that the of: I champagne or a soft drink, not any
i 1920 the number of automobiles agent in South Carolina and Georgia people I

', i\ registered with the state- department as well as, Extension Livestock )knew there is a big field here for stimulant for this 'daring young man
I of steel nerves. He, knows
I'x I totalled only 80,163; while oil Juno Agent in South Carolina NEJUIBRARYPrisoners t "I am convinced that If the* public ,. too well

1" ,. \ /15 of 1930 they numbered 302,610. 1 His office' will be at the College mental- improvement, they would re-; nerves.what stimulants do ,to those steel o;

.: : \ With Floridas population,of 1468.635 of Agriculture in Gainesville, and he WisH BooksSubstantial teen hundred inmates. This means And L
I now The
: ; as given In the recent census, this will work with farmers and live- spond abundantly and give us a II- I Literary Digest

i '\ furnishes an automobile for every stock owners in the state in the im- Of much to 'the State and to society. ,quotes the following Interesting comment .[
I about the Hunter 9JLL f5SEDM
'j E : 4.8 people. Unquestionably, there are provement of beef cattle, hogs and r Reading. i'There is nb provision in the law by I Brothers."A .

enough cars In the state to permit sheep. Florida and friends In other States : cigaret company offered the HERS 1N6: SERVICES OF_ .
; I Hunters $10,000 to endorse. its brand.
everybody In Florida to be riding at would be to
send such books
The News is in receipt of a letter us They turned ''It down with the re THE CLEWISTON
the time.A
Meeting, Three State from N. B. Plummer, chaplain):; of .enumerated.! If you have any mark, 'We don't smoke cigarets.:
vast amount of money has been books along these lines that you can LAUNDRY CO.
Associations To BeHeld the State Prison Farm at Raiford "Sister Irene revealed this morn-
spent by Florida citizens for automobiles send us, or can put us in touch with
in which Mr. Plummer states thatthe \ Ing that it
Is not coffee that
t during the ten-year period. Farmers' Week new' chapel and auditorium at anyone who will. help the good work been going aloft for' 20 days in] the :well-dressed man likes shirts
Figuring the cost of the cars along; we shall)'be and clothes that sparkle with Snow- ;
average -' the very glad to receive
prison has recently been occupied containers, but milke and
at. $1,000 each, there is at present such' assistance." orange white cleanliness and have been
a GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Three state by inmates of the farm and juice. Coffee men came by the
laundered that'' have comfort,
so they
$222,447,000 more invested iIi automobiles wide associations will hold their annual that he is arranging- to institute a to find the. brand ofi'coffee' the boys
j \ "in the state than in 1920. Central Florida as well ;as good apearance Ironed, into *
meeting during Farmers' Week modern! library. for the use of the Gas Company ex drink, only to find they drink no I .
them., Let ,us have trial order-
Besides this is the amount spent by held at the College of Agriculture prisoners' there. Mr, Plummer' says tending mains from' Bartow to Lake coffee." a -

motorists who have purchased three August 11-15, according to official that the ,laws. of/ the State ,of Flor- W l s;
I four, five, six and more cars during notice received here from the different ida do not provide: for purchasing Hamilton and Haines City. sary. our regular customers.

that time, which must be considered presidents. books for the library and that the '

i in the amount of money spent for I I The State Dairymen's Association prison will rely largely, on what it Lake City-Improvements .for new Avon Park-Siinmona and Gifford CLEWISTONLAUNDRY ,

automobiles.The I will meet on Dairy Day, Thursday, can secure from the public: Says Hillcrest tourist camp; six : milesso'uth. received contract for construction of' inc.EL

increase in the population of i August 14. Committees will meet at Mr. Plummer: .. of here on Gainesville road $50,000 Lat Maxcy packing house. .
the state accounts for only a' small 8:45: a. 'm., and' the general meetingwill "We'have recently moved; into: our 'nearing completion.. -,

part of this large increase in the be called to order by PresidentJ. new chapel and auditorium and are La Belle-Post office moved to CLEWISTONijour FLORJDA

" number of cars In the state. Duringthe P. Love, Tallahassee at 9:30. arrangln gto take care of a modern i Lake City-Presbyterian Churchwill new: Forrey Arcade building on

time that motor registrationsmade The State Council of Senior Home library for the use of the Inmates. complete improvements.- Bridge Street. snows- Laundry 1i

an increase of 277.49 per cent

,I the population of Florida showed 51.6 .

t per cent increase. I (
I Probably the greatest impetus given .

''t, to the automobile industry: in .
. .
\- Florida was the completion of one :

", of the greatest road building pro : : r ;)'. i \ : :;" :
ii \ :
; y {: .l ; \ L" ;
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,. grams Iir history At present there f : :, ;: : I

,\\ are roads nearly of all 10,000 kinds miles in 'the of state Improved and .: : : : :, : : : : { L'

more than 17,000 miles of .sand-clay r .. .

I graded and unimproved roads. 'j; :" \ 'IJlj : ;r r4wr1.n '
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.1 URGES .: : ,i>i '_ : ;' "' _'., \ _"___ ._..c' '. :. ..
't'. ". "H.' l'" .;- .t ": ,: <,: ;
4" ,, .
,. \" .
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t. \ BUILDING WORK{ '' lv. ( s/.ri iiiwi: }r ?., '\{:,hi'r'r ) '

\ ':::e TO AID JOBLESS : ,r:J'g:: :... L,. .' :,, { :.: v }l i'! ; ::t'.i: :

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l1.! i I Citizens Should Cooperate .}'; _-' -.'..'.;:.:>: : >. e 1 ...(.1" \ '. :". _' \ N r cc Ai I .I,,. .j' :,.'......': ..!!

I Carlton Says. : ;: : '
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l'II [ TALLAHASSEE. ; 'I' .J. ,. ;
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1 t;,- '. do'' much to relieve the unemployment ,:;; / ( ;_ //r' .t : \ 'y" .t. ,

: 4 situation in the state by beginning '-'\" .-. '\'.',. :: f.. .. .
: J" ;'1" 4' r't:: :< -' '." ,..'.-; ;.- '. .s. ,' -j'u.'.,..:,.. '..
1 \ now construction world which t? ) : : :f{ :: .;. <( :;ji; J : ; -- I

I they are contemplatisg doing at aj) '. ':: .;... : .;, .. [
t later date, Governor Carlton said .la : '.:! .
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I 'i i a statement Issued today. He asked :'':<; ,: ; .

i I citizens to show consideration .
I for
. the jobless. to stop mulling over the / ;' : \\fK: : d -. .
I : wa4z1
past and to stop waiting for some 3 3.a &CZt ti ciacwelle ;
,t '. .. '
I I magic to bring back prosperity. '."-.'-.;. : : .";:Jo"'.:-"',,.- :, ., '.: '' ?X>, J.

I'I'i i "Unemployment is now a problem '. ; ; :: If \1.....-..:. ,
I', i in every state in the union. It is ;':) \' & ; :z:;
!''less 'if :; ." \ : :: -
T acute In Floriad .
I than in :
many ,. .
. ,
"j .
[ ./ .. '
I r ther states and yet 'there are local :.. ;/ > .; ;: :: "if- ; t/ta. '
; : ; '
,!t' I'situations re-the which should be, met by '<, S .' ; t u fli,1,2o : 0'i.'i. .' S :

I ,I !,
I,I'' '_ ', "A slight effort on the part of all

would furnish a great relief. If, those
,I :
who can afford it
I -and there are

many-would carry on the repair and

r building programs now In. mind but ?'-.1 h-Th

Oeing postponed until some later

ate, and if public bodies would car-

?A (ly on such public work as Is reason. e

(able, without
extravagance but iec'ognizlng .
''' '':'
the fact that :: :;: ;
i a service is
!rendered In providing employment,
much of the depression a
and discouragement .
would be d'''' !
removed and .
!,the attitude of our people completely
I changed. I
1 1 r'o
I IJ I I "The people of Orlando are meeting @ .
; the
in a very practical 'O Z1i- .. -

;\ followed.ride I way and reasonable, Let their every leadership employment one who should can for pro-an-be \. L I i P l'(. ",.' r: ] I" s .

:! ther think NL,
of f Y
? what it means to be -'.' f I ; 1.' j 1 .

";,:\.l\ fut 1 of a job. ..' L LI a s r
"It Is time for us to get out of 1. '

I the dumps'. to stop mulling over the .

I j l last, to quit blaming the other fell M ALDER, YES-BUT SOMETHING: MORE. :M .5 .: "
for conditions n" r
pw for which we are : .
esponsible Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying : .'
to :
I, stop waiting for some \ { ( :
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:aagic to flavor. it: :('; f ""f. ,
bring back '
prosperity. ::"'-< :..t.. J,:.... r. .).:t. -e',; .
i "If our morale and confidence were BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; and v g&siJS2 J( f ; ",
I- sound as the fundamental re'Jzces that's what smokers in Chesterfield in fullest r' .
1 get j .
\ of this state, our troubles .... .. jfl.t
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'' ton measure-the flavor and aroma; of mellow g' [ j 1 '
'I would be forgotten. We should r ftj.1ri'. .::f.t it; .,-
P .i ; ,
\ \E -
: ;gIn to tobaccos j l"T1 "" r' "
., move forward in a construc- exactly blended and cross.blended. ; 'f, b
ve way." lI l'!".' e!:#tI.: ; .
Better taste, and milder too Li "" "
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Emerg e ncy dyke) :
firs started on southwest shores re-of 1930.LIGGETT&MYERS TOBACCO Co. _J; ':," ; .' .. l .

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It Brings the Sunshine of' pi In. g 310-312 Dial 1

KELLY & TUCKER INC. Clematis ANTHONYS, INC 23121 ; ,
SO easy to move about from one part time into !

317 Clematis & 21 Comeau Bldg. a room to another-or from room
to room-it is a fascinating experience Roo
a m
to see the interesting effects one can
fir a W. Kelly! wishes. to call your attention to three important produce with the invigorating coloringsof WHITE 'STRIPED SERGE TROUSERS

the interest of Mr. W. H. Tucker; Lloyd loom furniture.
event that he has purchased
:.. Values From $7.35 Special P urn

that in the future the firm name wIll beKelly's I Ij THE newUoydfstylos,in.numerous color 71"I $1 0 to $12 ..,, chase all sizes ,.

',' I exquisitely upholstered V i
Inc. j
,i I II are here. The smooth, even weave of the These trousers are 'decidedly fine in quality

and that beginning Friday, July 18 and lasting, ten days he will fiber, steel tubular legs, a new Lloyd feature and present the latest stripe pattern effects for

I and removable cushions r
conduct his DIS-SOLUTION SALE of entire stock, prices lower than .I this coming season. Buy Now And SAVE.
I! provide+ long life and solid comfort. f ;
ever 'before In this store.
QARTICULARLY interesting is the Clothing Department 1st Floor.:

i | fact that the purchase of an
I e s-C3 r Ctfti
i i! entire suite represent an extremely ... i
t tmafl l investment. s s-E= r_ s Dining and Dancing :
GJj Electric Service for the Price of Dining I
9 The Little 1 F 0 1'Sh. op I I
a # __ Wo Kee's New Place
:, ;
.ib' for automobile or boat with St.
Formerly'Pinders shoo store expert: workmen at your call I Newly Enlarged and
questioned 1 Midsummer clearance sale Decorated ); )
Quality never
in the
one of. finest electric = a
Special lot of ladies shoes. of boys and girls clothing. Nice dancing floor and popu
shops in south Florida
1 of blonde egg music at disposal
consisting Everything in infants wear. Jar your -

shell, white, brown and SUTCLIFFES I
Only Chinese Restaurant in
black in kid and patent rl ..
Palm Beach County -
and Cu Automotive Electric
leather, with spike .
.ban heels. Service Co. Your patronage Is
_/ I 1 7 Comeau Arcade appreciated

J. R. Sutcliffe, 1
M 1 V I IIvrdsI1J
$3-95 301 First St. Special attention to parties
,West Palm Beach TIe &tr.Jr, West Palm Beach .
Telephone 6428
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--..."'" -....... MCCAM BElLS FURNItuRE CO.
STREET WEST PALM BEACH FLA. When others fail, call us '.

Helen .ChiWrerrs Shoe Store .Inc.
Phillips Phone

BUSIER BROWN SHOES West -, ....;.' ,'.-:0-: ::;,
Palm ? "
High Class Millinery for Boys for Girls Beach ;'. I. Dean Lumley

MAN AtCADI S 14 mtST$.<(00<<.", '
Radio-Electrical Laboratory
No 11 Fagan Arcade a" T.w. ICACH. ttjO 22.23 Damatis Arcade Opposit U. S, Post Office
Keenly aware of the buying power of the people of the north- Parts and expert service on all makes of radios

ern Everglades, leading busines men of Palm Beach are invit-
West Palm Beach, FloridavBefore New and Used Radios for sale
The only. exclusive children's ing people of Clewiston and the northern Everglades to take

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 InVest Palm Beach.
hat be sure and visit our ; Modern A. C. Radios Installed on small D. C. lighting plants
Steady payrolls In the sugaibowl section: of the northern Everglades
store. One price-six dollars. B?aches.r Soutr Florida Distributors
gives t1115section a .ear'round- prosperity, contrasting

simply 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 .:f "

an advertising message to the people of the Everglades.

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 OkcechoVee Road West Palm Beach than an hour and a half! from Clewis :)D. t
Satisfied Customers Our Best ReferenceTelephone
I The thought of- the business men cooperating in. the messageis -
for ,
Local Agents '
7232 not to detract from the volume of home town buying but to :;,',;

offer the services of' the business houses of West Palm, Beach Kitchen Kook
And Estimates Will I Be Cheerfully Given
for the purchase of such articles as are not available in the
John S. OpdahlEstimates Everglades communities! Gasoline Stoves. Prescription Specialists

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

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

,Satisfactory) West Palm' Beach and those in the rich back country." of. parts Trusses

Given Service
-'----- --- 'V :.: 910 South Dixie Abdominal Supports

Auto Body and Fender ,Work, MARLINS PIECE GOODS SHOP .

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

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

W. E. Bock, Prop. West Palm BeachED 7 Comeau ArcadeWilber's South Poinsettia

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SHOE REPAIRINGwhile .. -- : MANY. .

you wait 5-6 Post Office Arcade

_.We will pay return postage on all work brought or mailed us...[ ExclusiveVe w S iYLfS ,
r ,_ Datura St. -
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437 Datura St. 01>P. U. S. Post Office .:\. Exclusive, Millinery

Watch for our special an-

DAMATIS TOY SHOP I s Dr. Jerome ] Ramsdcll 5 f I:t nouncemcnts., in the paper. Hosiery

Damatis Arcade Datura St. West Palm Beach &k Optometrist and Optician
7 Post Office Arcade i Lingerie

Party favors for all occasions, masquerade costumes, flags,' 12 Post Office Arcade '306 Clematis St.
West r Palm Beach Fla.
noise-makers and paper hats. Toys for the kiddles. We make I Ibjsomers
West Palm Beach, Fla.
,' : and badges for lodges and societies.. Give us a call when! Reasonably Priced

In West Palm Beach. We are directly opposite U. S. Post Office!

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the When Palm think you Beaches of think of '. The El Veran Hotel Your: patronage::3 Double Sin:: solicted 1)

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t''t ". Independent ticket. The democrats of Board' To Alternate ,present on that day. sugar, 1 qt. vinegar, 1 tablespoon

't Hendry county must stand behind The 11 o'clock hour each day dur-i I whole cloves (crushed), 1 stick cinnamon -
a Awards For
/ OJ them until they prove themselves unfit -I Highway ing Farmers' Week is reserved for and 1.2 cupful hot water.V

;; Lf:2caJ C f -=-= for the job. If they prove unfit Building Material outstanding inspirational speakers. | Wash and peel the peaches, and.

z -=-= we will' have an opportunity to have The sectional programs of the morn- drop them into a cold salt water bath

; them removed. but as long as they I TALLAHASSEE. state road ing will close at that time so that j, (one tablespoonful salt to one quart

ff I. Mrs. r;. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 fill their positions with respect and 1 1I!I department today announced the visitors may assemble all together. iOn water) immediately to prevent dis-

are working for the interest of the ; awarding of a series of contracts'II Monday, August 11 ,the speaker coloration. Put sugar into preserving

-- -- bus- county we have no right to lose con and that the next meeting of the will be Dr. John J. Tigert, president kettle with hot water, boil and &ki n.
is in Miami on legal' I
Mrs. C. W. McDonald returned county,
Mr. and them.
fidence in department's board will bo held *n of the University Florida. Add vinegar and spices (Ueln,

I"I, : home Sunday after spending iness. The public is invited to attend the 'Panama City, on August 13. On Thursday, Dr. O. E. Baker of the cheesecloth bag). Heat and skim

a two weeks vacation with relatives meeting Tuesday in LaBelle. United States again. Drain peaches well drop Into
I, I Department of Agriculture -
Charles Clutter and Bill Boltoii It was said that a number of identical : '
in South Georgia. -- boiling syrup and cook until yOU' 'n
make the main address.On .
spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. bids had been received on several -

ATLANTMASTLINEOFFERS projects and'that the department Friday, August 15, the closing pierce with straw. Allow peaches to
Mrs. J. R. Alston and daughter, i stand
and plump In syrup over night;
Dave Alston spent had date for Farmers' Week, M. C. Gay,
months Mr. and Mrs. adopted a policy of alternating jI
at home after a
Elva, are I
in New Monday and Tuesday in- Tampa on SPECIAL the awards with a view towards representing the Federal Farm Board I
vacation which they spent I I I
Georgia. business. i giving contracts to all bidders. will talk on the working: of the
Orleans and '
The awards % Board. l I I
II I Mr. Alston drove to Richland for were. _
1 SUMMER RATESIn The programs from 11 to 12 each
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Miller spent I
I them last Sunday. Project S45, road 19, Taylor county -
to 1 several days in West Palm Beach V 26,000 feet treated timber, Geor- day will be broadcast over WRUF ,

;ti tik popular druggist at ]last week. gia Creasoting company, Brunswick, I:
k Dr. McArthur,
spite of temporary business recessions Plant City-Plant City Public Ser- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Store returned from Ga. $1502.72. I Ij
Alston's Drug ,
i I J. L. Taylor Tax Collector of Hen- throughout the country. vice Company to install red light at
Slocum, Alabama, Thursday where especially j Project '769. road 5, Lee county, !' .
territory seems
dry county, spent Monday in Clewis- intersection of State Road No. 1't
he has been visiting his parents. favored with excellent agricultural J 50,000 feet board measure treated -CLEWISTON NEWS
ton on business. and Thonotosassa Road at western
'I'I -- prospects and continuous commercial structural timber, Eppinger & Rus-
limits of city.
h i Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston] and Mr. I I'j 1 activities. Reduces prices on many:: I sell, Jacksonville) 2637.50. '

'''j 0 and Mrs. Louis Morgan spent Sunday Hurd L. Reeves, Tax Assessor commodities have increased purchasing -I Project 522, road 3, Nassau and I ": PHONE 339 V
Palm Beach spent Saturday in Clewiston. His Work will start soon rebuilding',and
afternoon in West ,I according to bankers and statisticians Duval counties, 29,472 feet board
i I[ family accompanied him on the trip. 1 I surfacing stretch 'of road between
'I I who add, as'a further in- measure untreated timber, Fernan-
., ,Tom Shelly and Jack Bracken spent travel dina: Lumber $1,087.22. East Point and Carrabelle.
dex to public optimism, that, company
"j I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston have returned -
Sunday in Tampa playing golf.Mrs. records show continued interest in I v Project 501, road 6, Calhoun county -I
from Richland, ,Georgia, Marianna\ Lime Products Company
I I ,vacations, week-end trips and excur- 28,000'gaons]] oil asphalt, Stand-
Larrick where they have been spending their received contract to build about r.
Mrs. I
L. N. Smith and sions to a degree which indicates every and Oil Coo of Louisiana, $1,772.40; I

spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. I vacation. ; public faith in uniterruptel ,ears- .'I 16,() .0 gallons tar prime, American i miles of highway in Jackson: and Bay HOUSE FOR RENT
I -- counties on Road No. 20 between.
t ing power. Tar products company, Birmingham,
Nicely furnished house with scree'n'porch. ;
returned' Mrs. Cleo A. Houze entertained at Panama City and Cotton dale.
local dentist
G Dr. Ezelle, $2,000. '
a delightful _dinner party Saturday The spirit of thrift is evident, but See A. L. Crow. Box 523. '
: + .from a business visit to Atlanta 1 I ,Project 685, road 10, Franklin counly _
i I evening at her home on the ridge. the transportation industry has well I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES

t I Thursday. ..' Lovely cut flowers from the Semi- sensed this phase of public interest,j i 24,000 gallons oil asphalt, Standard -

: :' I nole Farms were, used to decoratethe : meeting it in the form of exceptional i Oil Co. of Louisiana, $1519.20; SUMMER RECIPES 666 V :
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker spent : I 'I 10,000 gallons tar V
"entire lower floor. Six tables reductions in railriad fares. i prime, The Bar-

Friday and Saturday in St. Peters were placed in the drawing room I I Response to this policy has ,been I rett company, $1,300; 1125 tons slag Cantaloupe Pickle (Sweet) Rilieves: a Headache or Neuralgia )In. :

!! burg.' I for dinner where 'a number of guest immediate for the Atlantic Coast I Woodstock Slag company, Birmingham Soak one and one-half pounds of 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first

in enjoyed a delicious dinner. After din I Lino Railroad, according to the ]local I $3600; 16,500 tons Florida lime rind for three hours in lime-water, day, and checks. Malaria in three'
Boncile Stone spent Saturday, I i rock, Florida Lime Rock '
j i ner dancing was enjoyed until a | office of the company. In addition Sales com ((2 ounces 'of lime to one gallon of days. .

?West Palm Beach ji ]late hour. Among those present were I to the seasonal excursions an- pany, $32,175.Project I i water-. Drain and soak in fresh water 666 ALSO IN TABLETS.

i Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson. Mr. and 898, road 4-A, Monroe '
railroad this
I nually offered by the for one hour. Make syrup by ,
V J. K.' Mowry will occupy the Jackson r ty, re-oiling surface 'I
Mrs. Deane Duff. Miss Muriel Han on Sugar. coun-I
year it announced, reductions oC almost boiling together one quart of water
: home after August I son, Mr. Pugh Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. I and Saddle Bunch Keys, I
half the usual ,rate on round and one pint of sugar, add well-
,_ Tom Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Dr. tickets Saturdays' company, Miami, $5438.40. drained rind and
'. will trip bought Fridays, I ; cook rapidly for
\ C. A. Jackson!: I
Mr. and Project 630, road S, Highlands
:and Mrs. Bourne, ;Mr. and Mrs. E. and Sundays In July and Au I thirty minutes. Allow to stand over
move to the 'Watanabe Hotel after'. J. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Malcomb Big, county, 38,120 feet board measure .
gust. Although the rates apply onlyto night. Next morning add one cupful
:August 1st. Messrs. Bestor Patterson untreated timber, Eppinger & Russell :
Ramsey, ,
/ coach transportation, with tickets I II sugar, one cupful vinegar, and spice-

Kyng, Douglas, Dahlberg-and Bishop. bearing a fifteen-day lifit, literally I Jacksonville, $1524,80. I II bag (one tablespoonful each of cinnamon o .
'-, Mrs. :William Allen and Mrs. Bailey Project 868, road 5, Levy county,'
'II thousands In the territory coveredby cloves, and allspice, and one
--j :, were joint hostess at Willing' Mrs. W. II, Terrell and children of 548 barrels] Portland cement, Florida
the Atlantic Coast Line have taken ] I half tablespoonful of mace. Cook
Workers class party at the communi Jacksonvill Wednesday and I Portland Cement
: : company, Tampa,
: the opportunity to enjoy a two- until rind is transparent ((about one
I' church night. Guests were Thursday with their brother, Mr .and $1348.08; 22,384 pounds
ty Friday reinforcing hour Cool
: week]!: vacation, a "trip back home"or ) and pack in small jars.
/ Mrs. Laner, Mrs. Johnson. rs.lJ.!. Mrs. W. C. McDonald.] steel], Baker & Holmes company, Or
Cover with the strained and
. even a trip of only a few days, syrup ra.
, E. Kelly, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Hall, which the reduced fare makes so Jacksonville, $684.95; 98 cubic :yards process.

! a l\Ir\ !:). Beach and Vesta Allen Refreshments Theron Daniels of Nokomes, Flor] economical. ','i rock, Standard Rock company, :Mor- Elberta Peack Pickle .. / '

ida. spent Thursday as the guest of islon, $654; 50 cubic yards sand Ba- I ..
I were served consisting Use 5 lbs. peeled peaches, 2 Ibs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McDonald] There has! also been considerable "
of punch cake and candy. I Ik I demand Jacksonville!: $1.35 pei-
for the special thirty clay ton.

,Mrs. Johnson. of Tampa, has been J I Mr. and Mrs. W. S Harvcll and tickets which cost slightly more. ,I Project 507-C, road 6, Calhoun H} '% t. 4
Margie returned Sunday from, a two "People have been quick to take
visiting Mrs. Larner during the past
'Week. ,\-' j weeks stay in the Tennesse motin! ,advantage, of present .rates." said.'t: .' county..'...... -," .52,000, ., gallons', .' -tar- prime:,' Stop at'"SAVANNAH'S 7
: 1 equally divided between AmericanTar
!talus representative of tIle railroad :yeter-

day, "Because Products company and The Bar BEST'HOTEL
I these 1930 coach fares
V W. W. Preston, local attorney, is r
company having bid $6474
Et. I for offer not only a moneysaving but ; 'V
111'5.Vilbur Cole left Sunday M
e > expected to return to Clewiston on oil asphalt, Pan American Petroleum
Topeka, Kansas, to visit relatives. more transportation, greater convenience
August 1st. Mr. Preston has been in
T3 : Products company, 275355.. SAVANNAH
and increased
safety. by
[ Chicago on legal business during, I
the past month. I I Charlie Minor returned from Can- little there, is a growing inclination) II|' Project 84G, road 19, Taylor] county -

al Point Tuesday and is now located I to 'Travel by Train,' especially since 1 -, 16,677 feet board measure treated Rates C3&IrS
j. Miss Grace Packard left Tuesday back in Clewiston.Mrs. the publication of the fact that ,train timber and 1110. lineal feet treat- bath-from $1.50 :' r
\ casualties last !| ed piles, Georgia Creosoting compa- Without up '
year were only 05 as
;for Cocoa, she has been visiting her I I i '

sister Mrs. Neil Stewart, during the Frank Flanders and childreni ,compared with 31,000 who were ny, $1502.72.Governor. With bath-from $2.50 up ,')'c'

week. I i[ have arrived in Clewiston] and are killed in motor transportation. Peo

past j l; occupying the, Paul Deam home. I ple, who are vacation-bound, or who Farm Board IN EVERY ROOM V';'.

;" I travel only occasionally, don't wantto Radio Loud Speaker. Rates posted in door ; '
Marvin Moore
Pape, of Haven, past two years than has been accomplished entertain the thought of any dan Man And Others To Be Electric Ceiling Fan, Soft Water.
:was a business visitor in Clewiston] -
:Monday. i iI I i by the other administration ger. This, very likely, accounts for Farm Week Speakersi FIREPROOF
since the creation of the Everglades
a most gratifying response to the,
Mrs. J. H. Fears and spent exceptional reduction in fares. i GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Hon. Doyle :t
I f son
I II The Governor and both boards are :
I ,Sunday in Paho QQ. 'to be congratulated in selecting Mr. Travel, according to authorities, I E. Carlton, Governor of Florida, will_ ,I o =t. 1t; 1 {Y > qtr k ri W JQr

: ---- I represents a $4,000,000,000 industry be' one of the chief speakers on the
Evans as their legal adviser at this "
Claude Downs spent Sunday in in this country. It is the expectationof Wednesday program of Farmers'
time. He was not employed for life,
West Palm Beach. the big transportation companies Week t 11 o'clock the morningof
: ,.
: 1 I but for one year which will be the \ -
most important since the District was that rato ;reductions will so appealto August 13, he will address the ;: JJ ,' n :..

Robert Hancock, sheriff of Hendry I! the public that the 1930 businessof general gathering of all visitors in
organized.: They have worked out a :
travel may even exceed the four- the auditorium of the University of 'd
DRAINAGE plan that will benefit 'the entire distrIct k'

EMPLOY W. 1. EVANS Florida.without ,effecting the state of billion figure.Jacksonville. Florida.invitation The Governor tendered him has by acceptedthe A P. :'::1 ilI il--: 5'V

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-Walker's Shoe Store Spencer, vice-directors of the Agri- Af1Infl .
The entire affair was voted on and
(Continued from
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r -' Sponsored by the men in the Ever- 18 West Forsyth Street, opened.. cultural Extension Service to be :: I :
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: The time has arrived when the glades. They approved the employment ] .; y '

I state must raise $2,00,000 in cash as of Mr. Eve.:is and: these men I -:.:::::::-:=-;- __ _- '. ,

. are not playing politics with the ; :,f" .
I its part of this expense. The district :,,

[ must issue bonds to meet this obligation Drainage affairs. I I ,'- ).. r, L rj1 r r1 ic t'i
B This will require time and Mr.. Evans will serve the board

the sale of these bonds must be well and his salary of $12,000 a year I

is small considering the knowledgehe ] DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS
, complete and the money turned over ;,I Y+ k rl ill
to the government. W. I. ICvoHs in has of the Glades affairs. I its

the best posted attorney in the state 1 I --- ---- ',' FOR HEALTH -
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of Florida on the Everglades and COMMISSIONERS\

their legal affairs. He has helped to TO MEET TUESDAY ',

i V' .V prepare many bills and has gone into DRINK] I A QUART OF MILK. A BAY I ISugarland thatGoo1 -
i every legal status of the Ever- ., (Continued from Pace 1) The Agrees .

glades Drainage District. He was the '

1! best man for the job and will complete With the beginning of a new year I Best!

the work and have the bondf in Hendry county and a new board CLE\VISTON\ DAIR! COMPANY ye2.Ii'Js! are

sold without bringing any political i of county commissioners. a new V

+::1 I : bearings in the matter. I sheriff to enforce our laws, our people Highway Phone 333" '...

\\I The Everglades and its financial l I are, looking forward to a bigger .' Every; year you see more ,and more ,;

SI SIIt,I .0 affairs have long been a political is- ,I.and betler year than we have had I.j.J' people riding on Goodyears. Good ;-:-
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site in the state. Promises have been since the I county was created. A I :year tires overwhelmingly !::.:'. in '

;! made by men seeking office which I move for unity and cooperation has : : : : : : : Isn't it time YOU
I public
:\1! ,\ have never been kept. When Doyle'I 'been sweeping the county during the ... :..:
; knew why?
past month. A
' feeling of confidenceis
E", Carlton was seeking the office of ..
! being put in the
new commissioners
j Governor he
promised the ,people of ;,
and they are expected Come in we'll show you'll be doli
I the Everglades] that they should havea : to handle] CLEWISTON FOLKS ; you;

voice in the administration of ,the affairs of the county in a business lars and miles ahead by using Good

their affairs and that he :would give ]like manner forgetting politics I V V < 'years. Superior quality at no extra;, I
I and administrating the affairs of the THE IMF! TA-MIAffll r
( ; them such power if elected to of- '
: cost due to their sales leadership.
I( County as a whole and not as dis I VV -
r fico. He has kept that promise and .
.-. ,the last legislature created the Flood tricts. Their actions are going to be ; MIAMI FLORIDAWELCOMES Now is the time to get yours backeji

watched and the spirit of faith and
Control ( by our Friendly Service.CLEWISTON .
Board which is made up YOU ,
confidence will be given them in'
of members In the
Everglades and
their work during the coming year. I V

the stato officials at Tallahassee. I' Several of the county "The, Most t Perfectly( Ventilated( Hotel. In ,the South.." MOTOR co.
The Everglades
Drainage Board is
, ers wore nominated in ,
also composed of members from the I: and will be commisSion-I V
: Everglades District. ( Storage Space Across Street ,European Plan
These boards
ber. There has been some talk of'

I ; have accomplisl more during the I( men running against them on an J,

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