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: October 10, 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 eW'I. 's. ,0: ,t' "0'fl' ''New S. .. ... The New Center Sugar America Bowl. a 1







l I" '_ Opinion Will_Effect All THE WEATHER Would' Bring Big' ';(Will. i Convene Again On -LEVEL Contract For-Balance Of

\ Candidates Who Expect Date "" Max Min. Rainfall Price If Show Was' .!V:, -. >: ;. Tuesday To Pass On 6 P. M. 6 A. M. Work Is Expected ToBe

Sept 29 ........ SO 6S 1.37: Made Public. Petitions. Oct. 2 ..........:......... 18.8 18.8
Let Soon.
To Run. Sept. 30 ....'.... SS 68 .21) ::, Oct. ;3 ?.................... 18.7 18.6

Oct. 1 ............ 88 73: .06 "' Oct. 4 ....................? 18.6 18.6
Tallahassee all excited Tuesday s'' The commissioners did not
was county Gentlemen, I give word
,\ :button.: Tlllraan & Keeves, county Oct. 2 ........... 85 72 I' r. Oct. & .........:..,.......... 18.6 18.7 I: -you my of
when Governor Doyle E. Carlton'requested ; ,hold their regular meeting Tuesday. honor that the ,State Road Depart-
attorneys for lfiUsbor ugh county Oct.: 3 ............ 82 70 dct. 6 ..................:... 18.6' 18.6
Clrcull Judges E. C. Love 1 A" special meeting was called last I ment will finish Road Twenty-live
... havo advised the county commissioners Oct. 4 ............ 83 72 .09 .4 Oct.: 7 ?.?...........,..... 18.4 18.6
and J. B. Johnson to call a special Saturday for the purpose of sending over its present grade as" soon' as we
". of that county that they have Oct. 5 .,.....,..., 85 71 investi- Oct. 8 ...................... 18.4 18.6
received an opinion from the Attor- session of the grand jury to ; delegates to Tallahassee_ to attend find the money available. If we can-

that gate the charges made against. him" 'the road meeting. Regular routine not let the contract this year we
General of the State, and : '
it ney was his opinion that names of WORK IS STARTEDON. by Fred O. Eberhardt. ,; business> that would havo been at- SURVEY TO BEGIN will let it In the January meeting.

Eberhardt declared that The Governor :. tended to on Tuesday was disposedof We do not expect to make any
Independent candidates could not be
was not gfvlng ,him a fair and' at this meeting. changes in fhe present routing of
printed on the ballots in the November EAST COAST ON LAKE BY GOVT.
election. impartial hearing by calling for a:, A special meeting was caned: for road twenty-five and realize that it

special session of the grand, Jury. All; October 14th to pass on all petitions is one of the most Important cross
In citing his opinion Mr. Davis
held the contention that many CANAL LINK evidence exposed during this hearing =r received by the board for Independent WITHIN TWO WEEKS state highways In tEe state. You may

,. same will lie kept secret afs no evidence :: : candidates to .have their names rest assured that we expect to com
citizens of the state have expressed.
brought out in a grand jurY,'1 placed no the general erection ballot. plete this project at once. The above

That there is only two recognized' Bids Have Been Called room can 'be disclosed. to the Public.''I. '. of the Government AppropriAtes statement was made by Robert W.
;"f The only important part
parties in the suite and the '
C..lo \ Its those smart Bentley, chairman of the State
For On From just one of moves of $25,000 For Road
Project the naming
party is hot recognized. It -' ./ meeting Saturday was
made by Governor Carlton' said ,EDerhardt ,- Department, to L. A. Morgan Jr.
also that candidate that Melboure To Stuart. delegates to attend the road meeting Survey Work.
seems any
and J. E.
when asked about the inves,, Beardsley in Tallahassee
The balance of the meeting was
his I .
attempts to have name put on
tigtar n. You know Tie can havs any* Wedueslay.

_.I the ballot, by petition must have Contracts for the construction of, evidence he wants brought out ate, 'taken up in he disposing business.of bills presented ,Every The following information has J. E. Beardsley and L. A. Morgan,
and the regular .
.that petition: signed by a number or the East coast canal project for ape this hearing and the States Attorney., been sent out from the office ot Jr., were sent to Tallahassee by the

voters that are registered under the proximalelf 100 miles which will extend will bring out such evidence he, devjsires. -.. member of the board was present Senator A. W. Young. Secretary. to Board of county commissioners of

same", party that he wishes to repre- from Melbourne "lo Stuart and all business disposed of The Flood Control Board. Senator
Of course, we expect the grand '< Hendry county to make an investigation -

: sent. If this is the case no candidate : has been advertised for bids, stated jury to dismiss the whole thing and during the meeting. Young's offices are In West Palm I into the routing of road tweny-

.' can ask the county commissioners Senator A. W. Young, 'commissioner it will leave the matter right where -probably Beach. five and the length of time to be

: to put his name on the ticket unlesshe for the Florida Inland Navigation it'was before ,the'l nYesl. aUon. I! be a live meeting due to the fact Within two weeks the federal gov- expected before the road will be com
has petition signed by members that every ,effort is going to be made
a districtMr. statetreally ernment will
.wonder if the people Of the begin 'permanent sur pleted.

,.. of his party. Therefore, we do not Young said that the construction want to Know the truth in l], by both sides to keep the names of vey" on which contracts are to be" The state road department held its
Independent candidates off the tick.
sea. how the county commissioners of this project would mark the this matter. We did not have a; let and construction started on 'the regular quarterly meeting at Tallahassee -

. .. can place the name of any candi- : first work on the government proj- chance to present our claims in the; et. Rumors have' been going on that proposed 59,000,000 Florida: flood. control II Wednesday and it was at this
would be made to have a restraining
date the ticket for the November ; efforts
on ect. The government expects to enlarge (Please turn to page 2) 'I'ICOUNTY project. meeting that the chairman, RobertW.
order issued .in the matter.
:- election without going into reverse
the canal throughout to a The War Department recently al- Bentley declared that the department -

._ with the Attorney General. width of 100 feet I intended to road
at the bottom anda loted $25,000 for survey work. Under complete

.-' The Attorney General l goes further dept of eight feet. JUDGE ROSS LOCAL GOLF COURSEIS the rivers and harbors bill as passed I twenty-five at the very 'earliest pos-

,. In explaining his opinion, In con- -
congress sible date.
I Since the Stuart-Melbourne project at the last session of and

struing the law with reference to the traverses the Indian River, the TO SOUND COURT IN .EXCELLENT signed t>y President Hoover,. the fed Joe Peeples, Representative or
,rights of independent candidates, the Glades county, appeared before the
question of right of way would not eral government is to appropriate

Attorney General said "Any one who stand in the way of carry lny on tile DOCKET MONDAY 7.000000 toward the project, whileFlorida's board requesting that the Road Department -

". '"' has participated in 'the affairs' of a work. The fiver is expected to be I PLAYING CONDITION share is to 2000000.) take over for Betterment>

political party furnishing a nominee dug to a depth of five feet by Janu- There seems to be some misun- Pie road from Main's corner to the

was not entitled to" have his or her ary first, next year. Thirteen Cases ,Set For derstanding regarding- Florida's shareof city of LaBelle. The department
name printed on the general election {Prizes Are Offered To> Mr. '
granted this and
This is of the work this Florida Peeples request
a part that is money. will not appropriate -

'Z<" ballot and that 'part lpation' being done by the United States Trial On Monday- ;?: JI'tI ow'R Scor iJ2tg-ch:; any money as a..state but agreed to take over and maintain

.' : .meant, REGISTRATION AS A PAR- I .", .,' O' J 13th.c 1 ,.'tti. 'J.....". 'tho Eyerglades',will. this road as a detour,until the com-
. TYS'OTER'* .," JJ1J 'Jr rw-!,',<" r2l..ni'; < tl-Ia !inlandgtea; ...... ...,. y t.'- 1:1 S unaa B Y'0tt. .. iais. :.their .ehare.of ': ;c1 entinv 'r L3'- '
,/ ways. It will also be a connecting this money. It will fie an Ever- pletion of into

In other words any citizen that link of the Okeechobee project when County Court will convene, Monday glades affair entirely. The money Belle.

r= registered for either the democratic completed. October 13th, at LaBelle. Those The Clewiston Golf Course, takenas will be paid by owners of Evergladeslands. Mr. Peebles is to be congratulatedon
. a whole, is in all probability In his fine work in Glades
, 0 county.
or republican primaries "participated who are superstitious should by all .
better condition than It nas ever He has roads the
in the' affairs of the party" and for means have their cases continued un- brought more into
CAR OWNERS MUST been. The fairways have been recently -
,teat reason is barred from havinghis til the ,next term of court. Everglades than any otner Kepresen-
mowed, the rough cut and i DR. S. J. SIMMONSIS tative from this section. Glades
name printed on the ballot. This County Judge Ross will sound the .
cleaned of fall grass and considerable realizes efficient work of
q HAVE THEIR AUTO county the
opinion will effect several ,prospective docket at nine o'clock. H. A. Rider,
while not liRe
brush. The green
its representative and from all indications -
candidates from Hendry county NOW OPERATING
will affairs
county attorney conduct the
table show tile result of being
a pool he is doing. more good in
In the general election. Of course, TAGS BY JANUARYTime of the court for the county. '
,'., well cared for. One may make ins Tallahassee than any other man
the county commissioners lire not
thirteen docketedfor
There 'are cases LOCAL HOSPITALHe
with assur-
shot for the cup some from this section.
: expected to go into reverse with the
the term, this should make those
ball will roll farify
that his
ance With the state maintaining the
., attorney general and especially after Limit Will Not Be shudder who feel that thirteen is un-
road from here to LaBelle by Moore
the county attorneys for Hiflsbor- true.The
1 Extended As Has luck y.The. people of Clewiston and nearby Has Been Connected Haven and the completion of the
have given their adviceto
: ough county .
cases to be tried as as followsW. communities are very fortunate With Co. During state highway from 'here to West
the members of the county boards. Been Custom. -
A. Jones, possession of liquor; In having such a spleI id'ourse and Palm Beach winter tourist traveling

After taking everything into consideration Clifford Luckey, assault and battery will no doubt,take advantage of the Past Year.Dr. from the East to the West coast will
.. it that the opinion of :All
: automoSile
,,: : seems owners must secure -
and possession of liquor Harley
:. ; opportunity for some real golfing have a good road all the way.
.: the Attorney General is correct and 1931 tags for their cars by Jan Rimes exhibiting deadly weapons; during the coming fall and winter S. J. Simmons, who has been Last year there was approximately -

...,;'j::,'', If the democratic PartY expects to uary 1, 1931.: according to W. S. Mc- Harley Rimes, larceny of. hogs; H.. season. associated with the Southern Sugar one hundred people a day passing

'.. : cotninue to control the state of FlorIda Lin Motor Vehicle Commissioner of : Company physician for the past
". J. Fountain, forfeiture of bond; H. Owen states that as through the sugar mill. Traffic Is
time to form
it Is for the party Florida.
S! J. Fountain. passing worthless year has taken over the Lakeview getting heavier every day over this
this is time to bring
a very good
Us laws and abide by them. Notices have been 'posted In allimportant check; E. Messer, violation Inspection i installments of dues Hospital.Dr. road stated Mr. Bow, the division

There are always good men kept places to this effect and 'law, C. B. Welch hunting, breed: your monthly Simmons has been practising engineer for the highway department -
out of politics due to various rear according to the state official this ing grounds; Walter Christian pos up to medecflTe In Moore Haven for the Clewiston is expecting to have

,;", sons; But it is not the policy of the law will be enforced. In previous session of liquor still; Mrs. W. A. Beginning next Sunday, October past year and just recently moved more winter visitors this year than

party to try to name its own candidate years the time has been, extended Jones, possession of liquor. There twelfth, and continuing until Dec. i, his offices to Clewiston. He is ope- for any previous year. With the gov-

.: after the'people have nominated from January 1st until April 1st. It are several other minor cases "to be a new fifty cent ball will 'be given rating the hospital under his own ernment taking Over the lake work

them in the primaries. does seem that if the state is to require tried during the present term or each Sunday to the player having the name and it is not connected with. and giving this section such, wide
opinion of the Attor- low net score for nine stoles that
If the present any automobile owner to secure county court. the Sugar Company as has been in publicity winter visitors to Florida'might
holds and we see no reason day. Handicaps. will be posted at me .
ney General a tage he could do this by Jan- The jurors drawn for the present the past. be expected to visit this section

__ why it should not, the only way uary 1st as well as April 1st. If this term are P. F. Richards, Rossie MayF. registration booth at Mo. 1 Tee. ir Dr. F. L. Tatom who has been operating and see the new work under:

cD ... a candidate can have his name onth'e is a state law, and we know it is, I D. Wooten Frank, CTBannon. C. any players name is not posted it the hospital for the Sugar construction.
election will be because he" has not turned in
ticket in this general
no reason why it should not A. Jackson, E F Reynolds, W. C. Company during the past year has

will l e by' having it written tnere be enforced. Owen,.. G. A. Heinz. C. P. Green;, score cards properly:! attested from moved his office to the Hopkins
when enter the voting booth; ,which his or her handicap: could be LAYING OF ROCK ON
,' you Mr. McLin is going to make some Clarence Hubert R B. Waldron. J. Block where he has opened new of
". determined. in which case it will' be
political enemies if he tries to en- H. Booth. fices.
(Please turn to page 2))
force the law. Law FIRST PAVED ROAD
1 abiding citizens Dr. Simmons is well known to the
" A. C. L. OFFICIALS should stand by the commissioner
people of Clewiston and needs no in-
and help him to enforce the laws 'OCTOBER IN THE EVERGLADES'By COMPLETEDThe
troduction to the people in this sec- ABOUT
:: 1INSPECT: [ RAILROAD that come under his department or George S.- Smith .
-1- tion. He is considered a very capable -
they should take steps to repeal 'Tis October in the Everglades man in. his profession.. Or. Simmons -

PROPERTY HERE them. Mr. McLin' Is doing his dutyin I And Harvest Time is here and his wife are occupying the laying of the rock foundationon

: enforcing this law and we expect the first eleven miles of what
The time of that Nature made apartment in connection with tne
:- year
.\' to hear some very unfavorable comment ... will be Hendry county's first paved
, To fill our hearts with cheer. hospital.He; .
' on the subject before it is over. highway will be completed in about

;, ,.. -. I, C.. C. Blanc, District Superintend- However, the sheriffs of the counties The time of year when flowers bloom. has changed the name of the two weeks, according to R. A. Shaw
to The Lakeside Hospital. '
d", cat of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway should enforce the law or get The rain has ceased, hospital local engineer In charge o! the work

.with headquarters in Lakeland, out and put some ono in that will. Just 'Showers! DAUGH PURCHASES STOCK for the Powers Construction Company. -

B. F. Haley General road master andC. .
Then Nature fills her vacant room
Foller. Headmaster for this divi CANT DO WITHOUT PAPER With Golden wild sun flowers. District Engineer) Bow stated that

slop with headquaHers at Sebring ,' W. B. ,Daugh, of Plant City, has the work,,:as progressing rapidlyand

were in Clewiston Thursday. The following letter was receivedIn With all the best of weather S ,- purchased the bankrupt stock of G. the focal company was about

.J.ft Mr. Blanc was making his regular to-day's mail from one .of our sub- Oclobvr leads the year. ; V. Hudson, operating as Hudson the two weeks ahead of their schedule.As .

:'": inspection trip of the Coast Line scribers, We're glad to know October here.' .. Clothier. Mr. Daugh has not stated soon as the Powers Construction
properties in this section. "I was disappointed when the To fill our hearts with cheer. just what he intends to do with Company finishes laying the

,. He stated that be'was Well pleased Clewiston News ceased coming. I always Soon, miles of cane the slock. He is in Clewisfon and rock foundation they will again startat
'" withlocal conditions and that he expected did enjoy your paper, so full of Will now be ripe. will make an official announcement the Palm Beach county
a large shipment of vegetables information. Congratulations on its '- within a few days This is Clewis- place oil on the newly constructedroad.
The mill start roar. ." : '
since its After coat of oil has been,
over his road this winter. improvement. Please start paper ton's first bankruptcy creation a
It'll grind and roar -
Conditions are better in Florida thali again. Enclosed find check for one .' Mr. Hudson has gone to Canal applied to the new surface anti allowed
Both and night
: -;.any other section of the. country )"ears"ubscrIPUon.J day Point! where it is understood ,that he to dry for about thirty days
And make hum
things more.
:: stated the railroad man. -. S. J. Ropier. .\. is operating a grocery store. (Please turn to page 2)),

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You tell me that law is auove : Editor Glenn, says the OueechoLee: JURY INVESTIGATION CONDITION r -

every Friday at freedom of utterance, and I reply News: gives as; his.views. i that the (Continued. from Page 1)he.a.Ung. ) (Continued from Page 1)) I
Clewiston, Florida.LOUIS I To the Sheriff of Hendry County* .
that you can have no wise laws un- noxt speaker. should" be''a. / than 'm of the State of Florida: m

MORGAN .... Publisher less there is free expression of the full sympathy). with the Carlton aciministiation. necessary for that player to turn in Be it IinownThat: I, R. -A. Gray,

wisdom of the' people-and then We agree with him, for .t tcRsquyil.le :; NoW this m- cards for at least 18 holes so that a Secretary of State of the State ol

Entered at the Postoffico at Clew :folly: cll l die of its own poison,. am in the past. some. .peculiar- legislationhas ve$tiga.t.tQI.1, \\iU! not., ., be. open' to tne proper handicap can be determined: Flotilla do hereby given notice that
Iston, Florida, as second class matter. !: pu.i.G.\ 'liiese;\ < \ ; o,;'her,. slate- a General Election will be held in
the ..wy'X'll S\lp'ivq. That, I iSj \VPHistpry been enacted with a legislaluj-c n.lmlW The handicaps will Tie based on :W: ( Ueiulry, County, State of Florid! <"'n

SUBSCRIPTION RATES of. the race. It is! tho proof and speaker not\ in accord with: the. mqnls are being made by the Pub- par for nine "holes andvlll be' Tuesday next succeeding the first

One Year ........................................ $2.50.1 of nUli's.ki.nship. : with God. governor T.UXU; jrot\ may see and react .l sleQ: ( the. FloildaStale News on ;. chaTigcd from week to week as maybe : 'Monday in November, A. D. 1930, the

Six Mouths .".................................. 1.)0': : You say that. freedom?! of utterance the attitude of the Sentinel_ ]. editor'!. : the streets at Tallahassee. .1 Unseated by the contest> car s. of*rid!November.For] Tup ?fliv. being the Fourth l:1Y:

'Three Months .....................:,:......... .75" is not for time of stress and I reply we. reproduce] the editorial :as; follows:_ While in Tallahassee early this This prize is being offered by W. Representative I'ir&t
of the
with the sad truth that only In time Although a little more than elrrlit week: made a personal call on the I C. Owen and has the one stipulation
Congressional District of the Stateof
ADVERTISING RATES. of stress is! freedom. in danger. No months to the 1051!: session of the publisher of the Tallahassee" News that there: must be as many as 12.: I Florida in the Seventy-second

Forty-five: cents per: inch No discount one questions it in calm days, because .IRodirt: Legislature and \\ith, the .an\t t "f H\llq. him out," his assistants contestants. Congress' of the United States.

for plates. No special position: .. it is not. I needed, nl the reverse -, general. election! still ahead, mem' \'ere all excited about, the actions of For Secretary of State of the State I

guaranteed.: All advertising copy is true also. Only when tree, the Governor.. had of Florida.
: bers of the House of Representatives They already dug I LAYING OF ROCK ON "
must be in this office' on Wednesday, utterance Is suppressed is it ncedort. ., and others Interested. i in House ,np some ofher evidence that, they For Two Justices ct the Supreme I
{ ROAD ABOUT 'COMPLETEDthe Court of the State of Florida..
before issue of paper.ENFORCING and when It is needed it Is most' vital alnfirs are speculating:;,, upon, who claim will impeach the Governor. For Two Railroad Commissioners-

i to justice. Peace Is good. But ifr' will be speaker and, speaker 'pro Ore of .their claims was that France : of the State of Florida. '
finishing work will be < TAXES : l arc interested in peace through: tem In fact, candilates are displaying Rolls. was: listed a Po-, will For State Senator for 24th 'Senatorial .

force and without free discussionthat more or less activity, if one may Utica worker hy the Governor., He I thai consist of a top coat of slag District. or the State of Flor-
t An important and far-reaching : ; is .to say ,free utterance decently ,ticks from remarks made here and swore: tint he never paid Rolls a taT be. placed upon a coat of Jda.
and oil. I For oneIcmher: of'the House
lines, says: ,
opinion along taxation, and in order-your interest in there. 11Im.e. Rn.UoIimq. :' that h : receive7lseveral
The Representatives of the State
road when completed will be of Florida. -
the Palatka Times Herald, has re-' iustice. is slight. And 'peace without While the matter, is one which checks and cashed them, n'tvn'0'js the i .
same type of road as that lead-
cently been made by Attorney, Gen- justice Is tyranny; no matter how 'members of the House and they nte"p corner Glades
'eral Fred Davisho has advised all you may surar coat It with expedioncy. alone have the right to decide, 'yet this pffoct,: It "see is. that is fast as county North. This For Three Members of the County:
type of road is
of county commmissioners of This state today is in more, Board: of Public lnstru ctlon.
boards the speakership can but prove. of interest IT Govern: nro es O:'" etatemen'
the state that suits to restrain the, danger from t suppression: than from: to public minded Floridians; r i,../, r'--p'hnni, nets another out. being constructed by the road department For Constable in and for the following ; -
almost in Justice Districts.
entirely the Everglades viz:
carrying on of turpentine or sawmill ,\"io1 nce, because, in\ the end suppression for he who presides over: the Huo:.;'e In my opinion. the State Press Association and has been found to give No. 1. .

operations on lands sold for taxes be leads, to violence! indeed, is the has a more powerful: and. farctenU-! should) take some, action in unusually good service.: No.2. ,

instituted against tfce owners or child of suppression. Whoever pleadsfor ell enflueuce upon general, weltare this matter and see where: the responsibility It Is hoped that In Testimony Whereof, I have ,
by the lime the
leasees of such property to compel justice helps to l keep the peace, than many rea1f e. The speaker? or : lies. It. is true, that we hereunto set my hand and affixed:
; present road is
completed, the road the Great Seal of the State of Flor-
to cease until the ,and, whoqver. : tramples) u ol.he. ,ve'nfor. not want to the of the
do stop
such operation the House, ns-:' well. as. tire_ speakerpro voice department will !ave "adTerffsed the ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this _
lands have been redeemed b)' payment -, .justice! .temperately: made. in} the tern should) be a. mail winis, t in press, but if the state; must suffer other. two projects. and that the work tvienly-thiid day of August, A. D.. _
of taxes and costs due. name of .peac.only; c outrages peace sympathy with i the administration} due to some political misunderstanding will 1930. .
fine in, the heartof continue until a new road has (Seal) R. A. GRAY,
this and kills something '
Attorney General Davis gave program,. or_; at l least should not at between, tho Governor;! and been built from Clewiston aLBelle Secretary of State..
opinion upon request of Comptroller man which God put there when anytime have proven, antagonistic; to the publisher of a small paper tht 9t thru Oct.

Amos, and the opinion was 'He got out manhood. When that is facts should, be known and if they
Ernest those principles. upon which specific} When nn Auburn (N. Y.) youth at- _
forwarded to all the county boardsfor killed, brute meets brute on each legislation Has, been based or; is to are untrue and cannot', be proven I tempted to recover, with the aid of ;

information and guidance. Mr. side. of the line. then. It is time Tor the state to
fie based, A .speaker biased qgalnst press matches, the collar button which fell I 66.6
"that the So dear friend put fear out of )your
Davis further suggested the administration i is. a, .disturbing ..take. action. from his hands and rolled under'a I

county have its attorney bring such heart. This nation will survive, this factor, atlhough he, adhere ever, so. It seems to be the opinion of every bed, the mattress caught fire and Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in

suits and :you, as comptroller, join state' will prosper, the orderly business so closely to, the. letter of, pariamen-. political leader in Tallahasseethat the fire, department had to be called 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
the state 'of life ,will go forward: only l
in the same in so far as
tare: rules this controversy will go down to extinguish the blaze. day, and checks' Malaria in three-
This office did man can speak in whatever wa"ygiven
taxes are involved. So essentially_ is it true that the in political history. I think the peo days. .
such injunction in re ., them to, utter what their, hearts ,
proem an sneaker: l .should. be in sympathy; with ple are entitled. to a hearing on the At Portland, Oregon, a thief entered -
gards to lands in Levy County. and hold-by voice, by postal card, by 666 ALSO IN. TABLETS. ,
he administration. in. order to 'wholematter. and believe. that if the the, apartment of Ethel Maro- .', ,
collected some $80,000 back taxes by letTer or, .by press. .Reason. n ver h"3s
achieve_ the best results, that contest to-dearthe nay and stole her wedding gown a
doing so a couple of years ago, in failed men. Only force mid re pres- !
between. a mans, who; has been. entire affair and in having a few days before she was to be mar
co-operation with local authorities.- sip'i, have: mad wrecks in the world.
an outspoken_ champion, of administration public hearing the seats' could be ried.
Jacksonville Journal. William! A White.
programs and one who has sold, for far greater amounts. than
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: nqt been an ardent supporter thereof the< .. world, series base ball seats
CLOCK ENCOURAGES THRIFT j is watched, .closely as an indication ircught.! Lets get a few dollars in 0
Because of his abnormal? physical .
of whether the :administration the stote. treasure and admit the entire -
development;: 6-year-old. Clarence o
has or has not a working" majority state to the show. a re'e'ler
To encourage the habit of thrift, I Kchr: J alas been, refused, admission, to
in, the.House.. .-Jacksonville Journal. N e r
a combination clock and savings the Toledo_ ((0.), public schpols., He I P OwE Rc O@ENtF

bank is on sale in France. A coin i is 3 feet 5 inches tall and:; weighs! S'Jound A 660-foot strip of rose color con- !
must be dropped into the clock dally ? .. Clarence smokes cigars and 'A.Htten,. with.., 6 legs was born on crete has been laid Ji 1l. the center of LAUNDERINGFOR ,
or it refuses to run. shaves r guln1ly.j ; a. farm near Hurley, Yls. Canal street New Orleans, La. -

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jgj The Stovall-Baugh Sales Co., of Tampa, have bought this stock from the United States Court I. MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS I

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[iJL Now is, the time for you to supply yourselves with clothing and men's furnishings at a fraction of their real value. It is not, necessary to tell

rr L-; you of the many lines of fine men's goods carried by this store as yo. a all know. that this was headquarters for .Merit Suits and Wilson Bros. II

Shirts, Sox, Underwear, as well as J. P. Smith Shoes.. '


IE t ) Do net. allow anything to keep you away from this big Out of Existence Sale. '

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Space will not permit us to quote prices on all goods on sale but so that you can readily see thatthis A FEW CHOICE ROOMS 1;

ii= is chance of a ir life time we will give you a few items below that are real Bargains. 1 t i ARE NOW VAILABLE. :D

M J. P. Smith and Dr. Reed !EN'S OVERALLS Broadcloth Shirts 95c each '.

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;.11''';. italic and ;\1n;. J. K. Hab.el' Mrs. E. T. Harden, ;,11'3. PhiiMpa home by Mr. Van Cothern..
': drove to Avon Park Monday to at- Cannon and Mrs. T. F. Williams ana -
I II : Mr.: Dave Alston made
a business
ra. tend the funeral of Mrs. Smith's sister Mr. Ben Burrow, of Quincy, i-'la I Mr. and Mrs. R.- II Iiaie spent :
: I I trip to Palm Beach Tuesday.
:_= C C == Jttiss Martin. were guests of Mrs I. H. Stone a, I Sunlay In Canal Point
Qi I few days past week. Mrs. Williams.Mrs I *
I / I Louis Morgan, Jr.. happened to the Stone's mother will spend t'!.,; l Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stevenson I- luessrs.; Jim Beardsley, Louis Morgan -
Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 and Capt. P. Bean Duff left
misfortune of breaking his arm while winter here. spent Sunday in Palm Reach.Mr. I
Monday for Tallahasee
I' playing at school. \ to be gone
several days .
on business.Mr.
:,11'. and Mrs. G. V. Hudson and Mrs. Robert George anil daughter, The reception given by the P. '* r.1dlrs. 7:. H. Hare spent

uaughtcr. Carolyn Jane, or Canal Roberta, and Mrs. II. A. Land spent Mrs. J. E. Wynn and children returned A. ,in honor of the faculty of l'u Sunday In Palm Reach. [
:: Point' were In Clewislon Thursday. Monday In Jt. Myers shopping.. Saturday from Lake Worth Cl-"',n oi school was at the home of.: and Mrs. Eugene Kerr were

, .......-- -.- where they' spent the summer. Mrs Cleo A. Houze Friday evcnl-7. .... .* 1 :'S i .o.'"V..t anil dinner guests of Miss Bee Kettl

k *Mrs R. H, Hare and Mrs. Howell Mr. Charles Clutter has returned The entire lv...er floor was> v r C -' Bobby Ilaiv "nt the Seek;: o+vj in \ Thursday.Miss .

.':.' made a shopping trip to Palm Beach from a two weeks vacation spent in Forming a congenial party motoring Together and beautifully decorated Cocoa. Mrs. Stewart arid Bobby jetumed I ,

Fiiday.Messrs.: Ivansas City with relatives.Col. to Belle Glade for the dance Friday !- with cut flowers. Baskets of varicolorc'l Monday leaving Mi' Stewart II Josephine Knight spent the

night were :'Ill'. and Mrs. Claude flowers were used in the IM'is} in Cocoa for a week week-end with relatives in Ft. My

Tom Shelly and J. A. It. C. Kurtz and wife of I11.luyeis Downs, Misses Elta Whalley Ola loom, while In the dining loom t" 3 '* ers.

..... Phinlvetl and Miss I Bee Marshall motored were in Clewiston a few days Petteway Jamie Williams. Sara P. T. A. colors of green and yellow :\11' -.,.t :-0: j l'c"r'n. :-r 1
'. ', to Tampa Saturday where they on business.. Green Messrs. Pruitt, Herbert Blato were used. On the dining l table vsplaced small son and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Kerr were

; ,.,{,\, were joined by Miss Evelyn Kelly, of :Ur.:: Ezelle and Mrs. Lou ley. a beautiful yellow center- Vaughn. Sr., spent Sunday of the In Palm Beach Saturday night and -

, :r,> Daytona.: They attended the Toot ball: Mr. Al Lincoln, of Tullahoma, pete wills a basket of yellow ilo-.- past week In Palm Beach. attended a show. .
' Tcnn.;, is visiting Clewis Mr. and Mrs. H.. H. Turner spent l' _
:.' : game held in Tampa Saturday after in ton. ers and green foliage with the !;rep-nand .
" Sunday In LaBelle 'Y.5" T. V*. G t"- or T.Iceland, There 600 meteorite
;: .." noon, letuining to Daytona Saturday yellow tapers. Those in the receiving !: .1 are specimens .
.:: '," night for a week-end visit. They returned Mr. Bob Turner. of LaBclle spent' ,- Hue were Mrs. R. Y. spent Monday with Mrs. Roy Green. In the London (Eng.) Museum.. '"J

- to Clewiston Monday accompanied Sunday in Clewiston.. Mr. E. P. Powers spent the weefc, son, President of the P. T. A.patter-I I -J,
by Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Miss end in Palm Beach James Beardsley, Mrs Neil Sle"wart.
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Evelyn Kelly vho will be here fora Mr. 'Louis Morgan made business I Mrs. W. J. Bradley, Mr. Smedley,

week trip to Palm Beach Thursday. Miss Bee Kettl and Mr. Glen Miss. Ola Petteway :Miss Jamie "'1'1.

.. Heard motored to Palm Beach Sun lams, Miss Elta Whatley and Dais' LAND LOCATIONS
- Mrs. James Beardsley and children Mr. and Mrs. A. Shaw spent day. Sara Green.
rR Let me'set your corners right and save you trouble later.
spent Saturday in Palm Beach shop- lie weekend in Palm Beach. The guests were met at the door ., ..
ping. The 7th and 8th :grades had a can- by :Mrs., Cleo Houze and led into the '.."'. \. '. .,: Work done accurate and reasonable prices. <:'

,1" .t / :Messrs. Sam Woodham and Clar- dy sale Saturday, October 4th. The living room by Mrs. W. C. Hooker' I. -., 5.:
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. 1'ocne nave ence Mayo, of Pahokee, spent Sun- amount made was 3.45 as reported, where they were greeted by those n :;
i W. F. COTHERN Surveyor.ZJZTZ.
1 : moved from the Clowiston Inn to the day in Clewiston.Mrs. by the treasurer, Evelyn Hare. The the receiving line. They were later .
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\)1 I4 home formerly occupied by Dr. and classes have been having class taken to the dining room by Mrs. F. H .':;
t Mrs.. Tatom Roy Alston and Mrs. K. C. meeting In the morning and the M. Wright where delicious refreshments ,; .
f \l<*ton, of Belle Glade were. In Clew- election of officers were Roy Green, were served. Mesdames O. L. "..;..

Mr. and Mrs: T.. N. Smith were iston Tuesday. president-; 'William Hooks. Vice Jeffries, H. A. Bestor, W. C. Oven Sw S
called to Avon Park Sunday on account President; Marvin Altman, secretary I and John Mowry assisted' in serving r

of the death of Mrs Smith's Miss Jewell Lowe and Mr. Art and Evelyn Hare, treasurer. coffee and tea. About seventy-five PAil BAKERY :, ,
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:: Yister. Lawrence motored to :Moore Haven guests called during the evening. ''
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Sunday afternoon to visit friends.
:;r : Mrs. R. Btf 'Bunyard. Mrs. Loulala
: t! Patronize home industries. I"
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children motored to Lake Port Sun- Mr. Claude Downs spent a day the Beach were week end guests of Mrs.I. Cotliern motored< to Winter Haven ,II .'" I .-1.

day. ".. 'I' past: week: in Ft. Meade. H. Stone. Sued ay. They were accompaniedccyisidermg I:,t" &'If. B2AWLEY' & SONCLEWISTON \} '. J)j

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$25 to $50 lower than else 1 a new 1930 Model cylinder t if .

where. Read carefully the Chevrolet, the greatest ,;. :{ "

descriptions of the values offered ,_'i : value ever offered, in .an .automobile. IH-. .-t jMKiSugarland -' '1' COinEP li NY

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; I care you transportation at a low price. We are bargain. We invite you to compare the .. : -- ----

a I us long as we have pricpd it to move sure you can obtain many miles of cheap price and quality of this car with other :. -

J 1 j I quickly. A closed car a big value at transportation with this car. Special at dealers' prices. Let us show you this barx .... NV'ffM- ...- _e. t l' ------_.......:. io....::(c.

gain. Priced at
.' $175.00 $140.00 : for Tire-Buyeas

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: 't Chevrolet 1928 Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Coupe s t i Goodyears of highest

.I x' Here's an exceptional bargain. It will give IJ-re'c a buy at $50 Mow) ) :market. Runs Buick 4 Passenger' Coupe I. ,4 r I I quality>;! in rubber
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you closed car comfort and at the price of like new and has just been lepaTated a here is' our best bargain for this weelc. r history at the lowest

., an open car. You will have to see this car dark blue with faint orango striping Very New woodwork in body. Fair paint and a

. ; to appreciate the value offered. For a to- late model and in- excellent! condition car that will .last you a long time. Be sure, ,. prices ever known! I

): .W I tal price of throughout. An exceptional value at to see. this one. A good value at :

Enormous gains in Good ear:

H x $200.00 ;,:: $400.00EACH :, ',: : $250.00 } t /rl,1I i'II i sales-a production 1\1 I LJ5i" -

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1928 Chevrolet Cab Coupe Ford .1929 any other company'-enable
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condition. Closed car comfort at
and body paint i in good condition. We suggest -
open car price and excellent Ur : r
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WHICH IS need ride
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when its 90 degrees outside. ; plastered surfaces with Celotex Lath,
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Celotex shuts out scorching sun'srays '.';..
When built into your house as : lath-marks and to ,reinforce
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seasons it protects you from '
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