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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 24, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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, l I' T- :>SUPREME COURT LAKE LEVEL FLORIDA CANE NOVEMBER FIRST Date THE" Max WEATHER Min. RainfallOct. ''CONTRACTS ARE

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: ftUlES AGAINST"s' Oct.' 16 '..................... 18.4 HIGHEST OPENING DAY FORTOURISTSEASON 16 ....... ...... 8,1' 64 SIGNED FOR 15

Oct. 16 ........,........... 1S.3 V Oct. 17 .......:......86 .' 61

t Oct. 188 ....;.....?.......! 18.5 Oct. 18 ,.............. 83 : '66.

: ,DAVIS OPINION Oct. 19 .......:............ 18.7 TO ACRE Oct. 19 .............. SS- 71. i CANE HARVESTERS'Aliss

.' Oct. 20 .................... 1S.6 .. Oct. 20 ....,;........ S3 72 1.01

I'':.: ...,. "- Oct. 21 .............:...... 1S.G Greater; West Palm Beach To Oct. 21 .....,.......... 77 71 Chambers
Contents Company
',. Candidates
t. Independent Oct 22 '.................... 18.8 .J Celebrate
.'\ Names Are To Be Any Variety ,' ,. Opening Will Build Harvesters -
BEANS
ARE NOT
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70n Ballots LOCAL SPORTS! Of Cane Grown. i: .'.' ;
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:Saturday November 1st has been BRINGING PRICES ONNORThERNMARKET -
-' _- The State Supreme Court in their Note: The following ff :' A contract, has been signed, wHit
WILL FIND LOTS the opening
4' designated formal
as
ruling Wednesday, ordered all county Press story was released %' ,the Aliss Chalmers Company, of Milwaukee

commissioners to have the names Washington early this week.. day ot the winter season by West i Wise., to build fifteen cane

,' :>. of Independent candidates placed on DUCKS THIS of cane grown athe.a-' Palm Belch. The day will be signalized harvesters for the Southern Sugar

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the official ballot for the November Station at Canal t. with an elaborate program Company. Work has been started on
,.; of entertainment and style exhibitions Local Growers Are Not
election are grown by the Southern a twent '-four hour basis with three

,,', ,:." ,. !'This does not mean that Independent { Drought Will Company. They have been parades and special functions. Picking Beans; On The shifts working eight hours each.N. .

candidates will be electecd In Migrating Birds : with 'the Government ,Sta-: according to officials of the merchants Present Market. C. Storey, local engineer fn

the general!' election. Canal Point In this experl-: division of the chamber of charge of field equipment, left this

Fred H. Davis, Attorney General Florida. The story follows 'I' commerce, ,.which is sponsoring the i ,week for Milwaukee. lie will gain
*/ rof _______ :! Plenty of beans are, in the Ever-
the State of' pave specialists' in sugar event. ', ,'; valuable experience in the construction
Florida) Tutfjopin- ... :
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glades but no market, this is the local -
A bulletin! has just been lanned'c,as, an annual event, to of these harvesters and will be
ion last week to the board 9t county ; re have developed at-new.

,commissioners of Illllsborougk. > \County 'from, the'--Department of. which produces nearly,. ,ton celebrate, the opening of the winter condition found among' bean in actual charge of the working of
:Fresh "Water ''Fish, at i aso'ni. the event will have a double growers In this section.
registered. : s the harvesters in the ClewfsTon dis
stating that if p man i, ,. more to the acre than its I '-
: W. C. Hooker refused to pick a'
that duck and 'wild in the entertainment
in the Primary election ho 'participated : stating _. competitor."p:-. significance trlct.I

'. '. in the affairs' ('the",Democratic be plentiful i in Florida. : known as lOP' i of the residents of the county and car of beans last week duo, to the It has been estimated that with
:'1 with the ,di new .sugar. cane, 'Palm Beach ,low market. They are setting Tn New
, Stat Court to, the fact that the trade area of West the fifteen machines working
party. The :Supreme day
at the sugar
developed '
ruled against tho 'Attorney:A' Generalin over the northern sectioji field station, at. Canal Point, i and in welcoming first of the York for1.5D> to $2.50 per hamper. and night "fney will'do ti e work at
: wild 'fowls have i : addition to the With extra ,fancy bringing the high-
couutry'th'e: winter :visitors. In -
the !
this matter and ordered all three_ thousand laborers.
.
the bureau of plant .-
Independentcandidatestinames bo' able "to: breed.. and find ; ijjrtu 'entertainment features of. the program est price.- The Falkiner Harvester
I' to seed sane for'Com was given
printed on the ballot. -};, { food .to:"carry. -them through stock. of released: thts ;:all of the merchants and business" Several, months ago the CTewiston a forty-eight hour test in the local
::, planting was '
News predicted that the bean market
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Hendry county will have the fol. ter. :.firms of the city are ,planningto Fields bolore being accented by P.
f .. -: : would be flooded' due lo the fact that
$ .
lowing, Independent' candidates In An urgent' .appeal is made it ''with, the. disease .' -.'makse. special showings of the G. Bishop, receiver for_ the Sugar

I the race: J. E. ':Eeardsley,' Clewls. department to the sportsmen POJ-213. ,('a Java product)'; non est:::merchandise. and many will several thousand beans acres were being Company. It had proven a success

school board Dis- faa to consider this fact .' (Please turn 'Page 4)) planted in here and after making few minor
ton, for member bureaPlease a
I : W. Brnades ot the !oC, '
themselves accordingly. The Milton Crouch. local planter, .. ,: .-
frict Number 1; Seldonrli.. Stewart, (,' 4) .tw changes' It was found that the ma-
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( turn to page ]jt shipped several cars of beans last
..E. LaBelle, for county .commissioner. sportsmen should not chine would save many ,hours of labor ,
WILL
.. : DEMOCRATS
; : J week and stated that they would
exists
: ". -against the primary .nominee, frlr.: this ,condition all WITH" and would be the greatest improvement
.: +5 j "W bring' the top price on the New York
states C. C.
; McCormick; Solon Crews has an opponent country, SMITH In the harvesting of cane
STAND market. We can break even with
BY"'NOMINEES
;. ,: from Fort Denaud;l, but Irom, ,Game Commissioner. in the world.
1. : duck beans bringing 2.50. per hamper but
.all indications he will not iglve Mr. ..Al-t1 se taking:, INSURANCE .' With the new cane harvesters in

Crews .any trouble. It is predicted\ allover _geese, '. from Florida' waters : IN NOV. ELECTION 'cannot make any ;money at this operation In the fields of the sugar
price stated Mr. Crouch.
( the county that ,a' straight? Democratic -, quested to kill only enough TOUR : company this will be the first time
,I AGENT ON : If the cold wave will extend ,into "
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., ticket will be voted by:a ,ma- ,o v 1Jconumption. A refuge r that a cane:: crop has been harvested

jority of the voters ot Hendry ;countY i set, apart on the northern ..( There Is :No Interest In the 'southern: states, the bean marketwill mechanically._ It Is one of the outstanding
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advance at and should give
once
::- :*-:"- Florida and with hundreds 'steps in the developmentof
,/ / : Election In. '
General
-f; : local opportunity
Write $2,000,000, the growers an to
.' of water and feeding places
much'polUical'alkon .
There is riot the sugar Industry. Its purpose?
stdu"a' from er ,sections of the state the, Insur; ':, Clewistpn.There '.. ,at least get a, small, ,return pn their
,:- the streets' of Clew id t Of Life ; '; ana connection! with th@ cane industry -
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- -i" all indications here 'pillnot-".be .afg melit. ..is trying to preserve '" investment. ::
) In Week.f : wilt 1)e the same as the wheat
k.r < >- of the state. Lake One .: Id not h"talk.. Several, hundred acres have t been;
ilea : regarding
heavy 'votaolled:) in this :district due '
f. : .* ..mq. ?\. : harvester was!;;, to the flour Industry.
.l to the facttthat; a good number. ofa' .is.. open to 'hunting and in :. '.... -tne general election on the 'street's planted ,in.,-"'cabbage'I \'"'during' the past The : .
officials of the Sugar
Company
*, qualified o"te'rs in the. Glewlston i} .;'disIrict'haye _;- ability plenty of duck will Kelley%.. Jr.. who, .llas' 'urn e 'of Clewiston. After a cltfeful!. check: .two weeks:"jand"will" 'be'.'ready, for. themarketiearlyjjnADecember 'machines
stated
known Florida's flym! Jrln-; that the, woulil
; moved'Ifroln' here this winter. Hunting as : : 'on the qualified voters in 'Clewiston and:,Jannary. -
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z ,. .i**.. -.i.. ,! .. .. .... ?the'cnugty._ .;. ., ... .,vest ?L1ni "Tr-,1-,,**., ': '--* _V3?* '--* J- alSr+m j'iP'r= ."i -- -..,- :,.'- ..t, :be ready,. f or*the'-" p.-nl1d*when;-the' k,
\ ; ageatrwa..in -T. J-J
i9:01iL "this sect oii 9fliuth' "
_. ,. : : .f It has been found that about: half
!:t.: '. ..... ... ', : ; "" ;iQ "is grinding season got under way the
", T' ment wishes to impress Tuesday. Mr. Kelley of the voters who took part In the Several cars of beans are expected '

: EON COUNTY GRAND cal sportsmen to kill only manager for the Gulf Life primary have left Clewiston. In the to be shipped from the Clewiston maclunes would he on hand to handle

be consumed by himself. a Florida concern with second primary which, was held about section within a few days. the present cane crop.

JURY INVESTIGATING 4)V in Jacksonville, :Florida. i two weeks after the regular primaryin

-0 originated the idea of .
selling V
June there were approximatelyone FLOOD CONTROL 1
DAVIS DISCUS'SESAMENDMENTS
t.. .EBERHARDT CHARGES SOUTH FLORIDA dollars worth of life in- hundred and twenty-five votes

In Florida in one week. You '
cast in Clewiston.
BOARD IIOLDSITIREGULARMEETING
PRESS make me believe that Flor- TO",
Clewiston voted solid in the primary -

Governor Carlton Appeared broke stated Mr. Kelley. but from all indications the

NOVEMBER 7 Kelley secured the services of general election will divide a majority V THE CONSTITUTIONThese

-'.' Without Be- who is local representa-
indication
of the votes here. From all _

'Summoned. I the Company to handle pub the only fight expected' will bea

.,' Elaborate Mr. Smith went to Jackson- fight between the regular Democratic Amendments Will Will Turn Over Money;

The Leon County Grand Jury has been handling publici- .nominees and the Independents. To Government As
ready Planned ; the home olfice. Be Voted On In November
started investigation of the charges However, it is predict-
I It Is Needed.The
made by Mr. Eberhardt of the Florida quet Friday Kelley, Smith and. Captain cd.that. the Democratic_ Uar- Election.By .
\ \ \ left Jacksonville in
State News against Governor ty will stand by their nomineesand
Flood Control Board held its
.' Doyle E. Carlton this week. Plans for the annual plane to cover the state the part/ is in power in the Attorney General Fred H. Davis Tallahassee
regular qUllrterlmeeting in
The hearing is being held in. Tallahassee the South Florida Press week. county. After making a hurried trip The 1929 legislature submitted '''four Wednesday. The most Important

and both Mr. Eberhardt and which will be held at arrived in West Palm Beach over the county we find that a great constitutional amendments to be voted -
at the meet-
question brought
the Governor have apeared before vember 7 and 8, were noon and} had ,written I majority. of the people are not going oupon at the November, 1930, up
Ing was the raising of $2,000,000 to
the grand jury. This airing of the po- a recent conference of the worth of life insurance to vote for 'Independents in the election. An effort will be made to
be turned over to the United States
litical fight waged by Eberhardt of the association, with day. The plane was met at.. election Tuesday week.. The old par- explain what each of these amendments ;
I Government as the state's share of
against the Governor will be kept publisher of the Leesburg by West. Palm' iJeScji >fh. ty principas are coming back and covers in language which ,will
the $9,000,000 to be spent on con-
<'. ,secret and the public will never know cial. The officers are J. J. d officials; of the Insurance; those who wandered away during disregard. all technical terms and be
struction of a dike around the southern -
just what information was brought' Vero Beach president; \ A ,dinner:. WAS given In; Jioji- the last general election! say that it in easily understood. .English wnne shores of the lake.

out unless the grand jury should indict as, Plant City, ) ; the men ,who. )'0r0 >.successful was 'not the party principals that tlie amendments are not numTered
: It was voted upon and agreed to
either "Ebeihard? or the Gover ry Hudson; Titusville, ; such a large amount of forced them to vote for a Republican as one, two, three and four, they
turn over to the government $50,000
: nor. J. C. Robinson, Starko, Captain McMullen spoke ; President but that other things will be discussed in the order In
which the board has on hand at the
Wednesday the state summoned That this is to be one of fine condition of i\he\ field i were taken Into consideration.The which they are being advertised by
present! time. The government has
.
several witnesses from Miami, in- est and best meetings in first trip he made to West chairman of the county Demo- the secretary of state and in which'
'I agreed to start the work and allow
cluding some prominent members 5f of the association is Beach in a plane. He has had I cratic Executive Committee has requested order they will probably appear on
the state to put in their money as
1 the state legislature. The outcome elaborate preparations and hours in the air. Kelley that every Democrat in" the the )ballot. In this connection the
the work progresses.
'.tJ of this grand Jury investigation will ing program announced) party left for. Miami where' county stand by the party nomineesand amendments have been designated In It was also decided to sell bonds

he watched with interest .over the ings will open Friday C. H. .Reeder welcomed the vote a stralpV pi".v tirket.: this explanation as first amendment, for the necessary amount if needed.If .

state .and should any startling evidence vember 7th, at 1:30 behalf of the city of Miami At first it was thought that SeldonL. second amendment, etc., as referring the present plans ot the govern-

.... be brought to light it might round table discussions will his congratulations on Stewart would give Mr. .McCor- to the order In which the amendments
ment are carried out it will not be
develop that there will be several Indictments by such well known Florida work being done by Mr. Kel mick a close race over the county, are being advertised in the necessary for the board to disposeof

returned from the inves ers as R. S. Saxon, Arcadia; this however has been found to be newspapers by the secretary of any bonds they will be able to

t tigation. Kay, Tampa; Don Lochlicr, Smith expects to return to Pease turn to n:'I"' -. 4) sta e.Firt.
raise the money from the taxes imposed -
Something should be done regardIng I. M. McAlpin, Plant City; J. at the close of the cam- : Amendment-The 1irst amendment -
on the district at the last legi
the fight waged by Eberhardt nig. Tarpon Springs; Jack EVERGLADES DRAINAGE is to Section G of Article IX of
slature. Actual construction work is

against the Governor. He has made, 'ington Lake Wales; R. AUDIT CAN BE SECUREDAT : the constitution.For not going to begin until about the

some very severe charges and ir MelbourneLauran Hand, DAVIS, REGISTERED THE NEWS OFFICEA a number of years the state
: middle of next year. The survey has
they are untrue the state at large Beach; C. P. Helfeustein, ; JOINS AL- constitution has prohibited the Issuance -
already been started and will be
would like to know. If they are M. E. Brewster, Eustis; DRUG STORE CHAIN copy of the Auditors Reportof of state bonds, but there has
completed in four or'six months.
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found to be true then a trial should man, Avon Park; Will M the Everglades Drainage District been nothing In the constitution
be sent to
This report will have to
result and put a stop to this criti Winter Park, amf Cranston W. Davis, registered pharma may' be obtained:: by calling! at the which has in any wise interferred "
before
Washington and approved actual -
cism that not only hurts. the present secretary of the Southern has accepted a position with office of the Clewiston News. This with the issuance of bolds by coun-
construction will begfn.
administration but the state as a Assn. Drug Store chain and report is one of the most complete ties, districts and municipalities, If
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whole.It Friday evening at 7:30 connected with the local audits ever made by the Everglade I authorized, by the legislature. While
MANY ATTEND HORT. MEET
has been predicted from sever- bers of the association will In Clewlston. Mr. Davis has Drainage District. It is bound in a I it has been the custom for legislative

\ al different sources that the outcome of W. J. Howe;)>' aT a working In Winter Haven and neat folder and is a very attractive I acts to provide for a vote of the
first West
Fla.-The
of this investigation will, be the same lowed by a dance. The to arrive in Clewlston ,piece of work. people to authorize bond Issues, In MARIANNA,

RS the Jacksonville: hearing several the ,banquet will be in to assume his new du Those who are Interested In the many instances:: local representativesIn Florida meeting of the State Horticultural -
held here last week
.weeKs ago when Eberhardt was arrested PaRAGaphers League, which Mr. Davis will be the} only development of the drainage in this i the legislatures have procured the Society, '

i;, ti-, and charged with a plot to a lively and entertaining pharmloist In Hendry or section should secure a copy of this 'passage of laws authorizing the Issuance was attended by 125 Interested grow-
Officials of
'I assassinate the Governor. The charges Opie' Reed will be one of county. report and you will find some very of bonds without requiring ers and horticulturists.

were dropped when the state declared ers. Ivy Johnson of Mt. Alston will open his Palm Interesting facts:: concerning the such popular vote and as a conse- the Society. expressed themselves as

that sufficient evidence was in charge of banquet store early next month. Mrs. payment of taxes and the way this quence many bond issues have been being well pleased with the interest

Tint presented. to the court to hold rangements, and her I Small will manage the Palm money has been spenT during the floated by counties, districts and evidenced in West Florida; horticul
I
ture..
." Rberhardt. (Please turn to page Store for the Alston chain.. past twenty years. (Please turn to Page 4))

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Safeguarding the issuance of bonds they ?ro provided; with ycar-iouml, ; ',
: of the to take '
country at least
/ / I I Ii WORLD-WIDE SIFTINGS one *
IfcCLEvvISlONNfcWSPublished Attracting more industries; I i water proof surfaced roads that are ,:> I bath a month-and each person must'-1"

Giving tho state millions ot inheritance 'j i not seriously affetced by weather. .
have
every Friday at .- .. .. a card officially" stamped 1,. to
tax revenue; I It is significant that many of our .' 1
Clewfston, Florida. ]Recently, within an hour, Mrs J. which Is the cause of difficulties prove 0 it. ..; :
vehicle leading faun relievers" are turning: many -
Relieving; the motor own I ./
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Martinof; Fintona, Ireland, lost her ---- "
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher ers. their attention to" this problem. I for ,the Inhabitants of the town. __
llf-month-old! twin sons by death and When Mrs. Edgar Kyle, of .NevancN.i :,:

Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- Vote for all of them. ----- : gave 'birth to twins, both boys. Tinker Blackman N. J., realized that her husband ,was,
of
I A PROBLEM FOR THEPSYCHOLOGIST ', Goldsboro, N.
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Iston, Florida, as second class matter. THE NEWSPAPERS AND : C., is charged with forging checks, getting the worst of it In his cutria'

When 35 'chorus girls,. playing In although with a burglar at the ICy'Ic home, SUBSCRIPTION RATES GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP he can neither read nor
I a Chicago ((111.) theatre, were ordered 'write. grasped her wooden potato masherand

One Year .... ................................... ?2.50 :Mr. Average American is fairly .
to'wear corsets as pan of theirage' swung It wickedly at"burglar's

Six Months .................................... 1.30 The country newspapers of the I polite and considerate of those with I head. Her nsfner
'. costumes, they went on strike i aim was faulty and
Three Months .........,..............?...... .75 United States have had for many I I whom comes in contact in his office I Anticipating the early modification husband
until the order was rescinded.Iecent dropped to the ground. Ute ..
years a splendid opportunity to observe i i or place of employment. As a of the Volstead'ad, $1.0UOUOO I
burglar fled..
ADVERTISING RATES I
.
'. Ladies First" in aulv, out ,. worth at'
the :workings/ government rule it Is beermaking equipment Is I
inch. No discount authentic '.
Forty-five cents per I : reports reveal -<
competition with private business. of the* elevatorsHe entertaiTis, a being installed in the plant of "a ,I
for plates. No special position there, arc '2,000,000 lepers in tile John Russo and Carmine Balamel1(1 ,
The Federal government prints en- certain respect for his elders. Milwaukee (Wisconsin) : brewing :
guaranteed. All advertising copy world. ; a fight in Italy .. S years ago
velopes In large or small quantities We have been < speaking of him company. .
must be in this office on Wednesday J" __ When they met .la""ew York, N. Y.
made when he is afoot, Another picture
wITh return addresses, at prices
before issue of paper An apple measuring 14 inches in recently the men started' In again
possible only by Its tremendous pur- is presented when he Is behind the The American Railway Association I where
circumference and weighing 1 1-2 they left off in 1922. Both
chasing power, which no newspaper wheel of an automobile. Let the announces that radio apparatus, recently -
ADOPT ALL THE AMENDMENTS:: : I pounds, grew on a tree, of the Bald Russo and Balsamo landed .in j jail.A .
can ,possibly meet. drunken reckless driver be eliminated Invented, will soon be usedon
win, variety owned by M. A. Ring,
As a result, each year newspaper as unspeakable. Let us take your all freight trains as a means.of
As an essential part of a wise and ot Conneaut, 0.- White Leghorn hen, belonging
plants lose hundreds of thousands of respectable citizen and place him in. communication between conductorsand
wood City Pa. laid
,
practical program of tax relfef, the : ---- a soft shell egg
dollars worth of business which the peak of traffic morning and engineers, displacing han<1.wav- which '
amendments to the Constitution of A witness who appeared in :-a Munich weighed 1 pound. .'
would normally come, to them wereit evening. Is there any of the "After ing flags and lanterns. '
Florida, to be voted upon by the gen- (Germany)' court in his shirt .
not for price-cutting competitionon you, 'm)' lady" spirit in the traffic? -- Miss Sarah
Pool
81 -
4 shouldbe and Mrs
November
eral electorate sleeves was fined $15 for the of
which disposition to give cpn- Albert Carman: iu years oiu,. or
adopted by the people. the part of the government Is there any i fense. Mary Pool Newsome, 80, who !live

Each of these amendments has a they help support> with their taxes. I sideration to an inexperienced driver -. Minersville\ 0., is an expert carpenter together near Gibson,. Georgia, arc

A California publisher tells how I ? And as far as pedestrians are : although he has been: blind since real-,Daughters of the American
Hev-
direct bearing upon Florida's" 'finan- i Last year, in the United States, .
the postmaster of his town wanted I concerned when a driver is disposed. his early youth. olution. Their father, Henry Pool,
cial problems.One I II 1,232,559 couples were married. 'During .
the post office raised to a highel"class to, turn, a corner carefully OF oven fought in the Revolution, and was
of these amendments requires the same time 201,475. d divorces
so he would receive a larger I stop to give a pedestrian an opportunity :- Col. Charles A. Lindbergh has taken :- 90 years old when Mrs. Newsome,
the affirmative vote of a majority ot were granted -
salary. To do this he went around to to pass, with what a roar of an option -on 150 acres of land was born. Both women are membersof
the freeholders of any county, municipality .:;:..' -
all the merchants and soul tnern aye honks is' the greeting from behind. Census near Princeton, N. J., where. he I .. Nancy Hart" Chapter, D. A. K.,
or special district in approval figures show onefourth of
: I
r's- supply of stamped envelopeswith The transformation of characterthat plans to build a home and establisha Mille'dgeville, Ga. .
of any bond issue-not a majority all the l women in the United States r
their return addresses printedin takes place when Mr. Average flying field.
of those actually voting, but a al'engaged.in:; gainful occupations.
the corner. In the words of the American places himself ,behind the : A man in Germany has invented

majority of all qualified to vote: It publisher, "This did not raise the wheel of a machine is marvelous. *." 'J.lierore* For one bushel of wheat, any farmer an alarm clock which, at the time

has been the invariable rule in this II. E. Downey of near
efficiency of the local post office, I Before 'he became a driver ne may ""-4* In the Sparta (Mich.) district set, explodes a cartridge containinga

. state that bonding elections have I the government lost money by paying have been constantly outraged because Chambersburg, Pa, shot 3 skunks he can get an artistic haircut and a refund pungent gas that causes the sleeper

been participated in by only a few inside his chicken house he
: found
: of 27 cents, according to a farm
more salary, and the local printer I motorists attempted to honk ,I to sneeze himself awake.:
voters, a mere fraction of the free lost:"the use of .the; clotring he was relief measure devised the : -
by Sparta :
lost on not receiving these printing him from the street. But give him a : Janus Seidel, of near Allentown,
holders of the county, city or dis- through the characteristic
wearing. tonsorial artists. Wheat sells tor
Pa.
orders. car and in an Instant he will forgetall hanged himself because he

trict. Under this amendment, a majority It is no wonder that great majority of his horrifying experience as defensive measures employed by 67 cents a bushel In Sparta and a feared a law suit would result from

of the freeholders would HAVE : : of the country newspapers of the a helpless pedestrian. He will drive I these"animals., haircut is valued at10 cents. his shooting a neighbor's dog.

TO vuTtt; xjtus;:: before bonds could -
nation, having felt the ,bite of government : merrily forth honking the pedestrianup : '

be issued. The importance of thin ., competition, are irrevocably the telegraph poles. 'The' T. United States has 3OOO.UOO A pig with 2 bodies, 8 legs, 2 tails A new world's record for endurance -

requirement is readily apparent,' it; milesof, highway.Abou't 50,01)0) areadde'd and--1 head was' born dead on the
and .. swimming set at
opposed to "polltically-owend" Here is a problem for the psyschol- 'T- was recently

would put a stop to the hitherto prevalent operated Industries. / ogist. '" yearly. !I farm of Albert Good, near Linton, Valetta, Malta, by Arthur Rizzo who

practice of a handful of voters i Ind. spent 68 hours, and 11 minutes in

imposing bonded indebtedness upon ADVERTISING GOOD GOODS TIME TO BUY During the marriage Ceremony tor.' the water.

all the taxpayers. Leopold Grund and the girl of his'j A moment before Mrs. Frank Ber-

Another amendment exempts Irom housewife who is I choice, in a church at Olmuetz, man shot and killed herself in the M. 'A. Pasquier, late of Paris;
The American ,
Dr.Julius Klein, Assistant Secretary p
taxation for not more than 15 years, of the Czechoslovakia the bridegroom sudIdenly !; lobby of a Chicago, (lll.) hotel, sne France, carved his will on a leg of
the agent
really purchasing of Commerce and a wen known i
certain Specified' industrial enterprises. became violently) Insane and I handed a note of apology for her one of his dining. room chairs. .
American people, knows that when economist, recently predicted that by1
The exemption will cover the was taken to an asylcm in a straight act to the manager. .
she buys nationally advertised merchandise the end of October general business '
site of the plant and the machinery.This jacket. Grund was bitten by a mad Three children who were given a
she is buying intelligently."Newspapers -
conditions would be improved and .
will constitute a powerful, invi- dog'several: weeks ago. Although she is 65 years oro. age, tuber tooth paste by the,_ dental hygienist -
and magazines are that the end of the year price levels -
tation to worth while manufacturing by :- -- Edna Hopper, actress, has just completed of the West Orange, ,(N J.)
directing the purchasing practices ot should reach the 1928'' standard
enterprises to locale and Invest In To'.help "kill" time for folks waiting' a course in acrobatic dancing. I public, schools were made, ill when
the housewife/ continued !\Mr. Wil- This forecast is supported by other
Florida. The benefit to the state and for trains, loud-speaking radios _- their mother, ignorant of its purpose
shire. "To illustrate: The American authoring '
land
industria governmental I
,to-thelocalit through the' establishment tiny he.en..J stalled In the Pennsylvania Thousands of women have written 1 spread the paste on slices of ,bread
s-info. .
-hot ae-csife-' J ( d-about-date.l ";
of one industry will" or e dan !:): Railroad station, New York,' tb lhe UrsrTostr: : Of lice..Department which the children ate. .;
.
coffee through the medium of news This, then, is a good time for both '.; .: ..: !-";!.K': --
balance whatever loss of tax revenue N. Y. at Washington, D. C., vigorously protesting ..
I
papers and magazines. Nolv the business and individuals to.>;buy the ]
may be involved in the exemption ot because Martha Washing Two negroes, accused of attacking
housewife, a shrewd buyer: of ,coffee commodities they need. By doing so ,I
the property. This amendment is actively When a brilliant stone set ring ton's face has been taken off .the 4- Mary Ball, 19 years old, were dragged
and a skilled maker of coffee, knows ,
will full advantage ot tem-
they get '
supported by the State Chamber she purchased for a dime In a b- : cent postage tamp and that of Will- from the county jail and lynched by

of Commerce and other upbuild- !! that to get good! coffee you must porary low price levels and-of and-10-cent store showed so little lain Howard Taft substituted. a mob of 1,000 persons at Marion,

have fresh coffee. So she welcomed .
greater importance-will stimulate I
Ind.
Jug organizations s and is regarded _
impairment after 2 years' use, Mrs.L. .
the marketing of dated coffee and Industrial .
by business men as one or the best employment and development A. Dozois, of Laconia, N. H.. hadit At Foggia, Italy, Rocco di Biasio
sales of a particular brand< of coffee thereby benefiting, the entire I A mairiage Is said to'be a rare
things Florida could do m the line appraised by a jeweler who told and his son, MIchele, were both .

of attracting increased "at once. nation. killed bolt of recently. I.occureuce in Juneau, Alaska, be-
manufacturing industry ""When her it was a diamond ring worth by'a lightning,
I turned
the housewife to
and capital to the state. $75.. Death came in the same, mannerto cause the city has only one single
dated coffee she turned to a nation. .
CRIME AND OFFENSEThe nine
to single
Another amendment is the inheritance Rocco di Biasio'a father and woman every men.
ally advertised product and so she
and estate tax amendment, Pedestrians who fail to cross grandfather 30 years ago.
I made a change in her coffee buying Increase in crime in this coun- Mrs. E. A. 'McKinner, of Eldara,
which we have fully discussed" In a streets at marked sections in Paris
habits with enthusiasm. try, both major and minor offenses, I 111., and G. E" Greene, of Moberlev,
recent editorial. Howere much a France are fined $5 to ?10. A hold-up man sent .a penecny
"National advertising calls for Mo. twins celebrated their 90th
with
has been coincident the increase ,
Floridian may be opposed to the principle good watch to Martin Neiman, a CHicago J
large sums of money. To warrant I In oppressive and restrictivelaws birthday anniversary recently.
of the inheritance tax, he can- Eleanor Gordon, of Gayton, Eng., (111.) messenger !Joy, in exchange -

not blind himself to the fact that I spending such sums products must passed by both the stares and went into the belfry of a church for the 28 cents he robbed

possess superior quality and the the Federal government.Calm Fred Spurling, of Denver, Col., in-
Florida is losing millions of revenue where she committed suicide by the boy of several days before.
prices must be right. The housewife and judicial surveys of the vested 78 In a secondhandautomo.-
through its prohibition of this form knotting the bell around her
rope
knows this and so what slie "reads fn crime problem have been bile. Although Spurllng is crippled
of taxation conspicuously Patrick Murphy, 72 old, or
; this condition broughton neck and swinging off into space. years
her local newspaper and in the maga- In both legs, he managed to get the
lacking. In contrast, there has
by the federal act which gives a Reading, England, is serving his 64th
zines which come into her home end I r car going, but before it stopped of
been no to the urgings of sentimental -
rebate of SO percent of this tax to Tagged mid consigned to her prison sentence.
guides] her in her household buying. reformers who wish -to sad. its own accord, it knocked down 40

states which impose a similar tax. grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Bowers, of feet of his neighbor's fence. The
"Winning the implicit confidence
The die us with still more laws. Their Because E. II. Hickman presidentof
amendment authorizes the Legislature Williamsport, Md., 3-year-old BettyC. ,
magistrate fined and
Spurting $50
of the housewife is to the tremendous .
most strenuous efforts culminatingin
to impose a tate -inheritance Blair, of Detroit, Mich., arrivedat a bank in Frankford, Del., was costs.A .

tax, to be In effect only so long as credit of advertising? a bill recently Introduced into the her destination safely after the unable to find safe investment, for

the present federal rebate law exists.It FIVE MILES BACK House of Representatives have givento railway Journey of 25 miles, alone. $100,000 of the bank's idle money he way to preserve milk In sheet

will advocating stringent laws forbid- committed suicide himself
mean the addition by shooting -
of between
form
thin as tissue paper, has been,
3,000,000> and $4,000,000 a to ding good citizens ownership and Ten thousand girls disappearedfrom in the head.
year 14 discovered by a farmer in Denmark..
........Five miles back from our ; possession of small .
the revenue of the state and will not arms. Paris, France, within the last .. '
main highways, who knows what }i- Such laws are already in effect in .
cost the Florida In India, in 1929; about 21,000 per-
taxpayer an additional year. More than 1.000 men who will par
conditions he will find,? asks ( a: number of states and they havebeen I died snake biles.
cent.Another I sons from. ticipate in the centenary celebration
I nor Roosevelt of New York. :Jover'I'I
according to observers
amendment acoustics mead many Jordan Brothers, Inc., of Rockford 1 of the Liverpool and Manchester
the highways are poor and singular failures. Instead of decreas- e
: valorem tax on motor vehicles. 111., buy and slaughter about 60,000 After they robbed Clarence Goiia Railway to be held at Liverpool,

This is fair ous, essentially in the same condition ing crime they have increased it in head of horses of $225 near Estherville, Iowa, two
and motor vehicle owrr- yearly. The meat Is Eng., soon, are growing "mutton-

ers arc entitled to the relief They ."as in the time of our grandfathers. two ways: By making criminals ot pickled anjl shipped to foreign coun- bandits chained him to a highway chop" whiskers to conform with the

are any citizens who did not obey the guard rail and fled. Later, Golla was hirsute
now paying a state license tax I tries for human consumption.. style of appendages in 1830.

on their vehicles, a tax on This is not an exaggerated state restrictive ordinance and by assuring | released by a truck driver who cut

gallon every .I ment. In all parts of the country the real criminals that most presons A the chain with a hack-saw. Frank Provarse 42 old of
of gasoline they use in operating mahogany encased piano, madein :years ,
these magnilicent, fast trunk highways go and households would be unarmed Denmark 235 Utica N. Y. shot and killed himself
vehicles, and, in addition : years ago, is usedat ,

a tax on the value of their cars from city to city,, from state to state. and unprotected. In t'Jeast one a hotel in St. Thomas, Virgin Is- V. E. Whitney 85 years old or rather than suffer the possible amputation -

But a few miles away farmers are I stato a Grand Jury has strongly Chardon Ohio has been Methodist
to state, county and city. Motorve lands. a of his injured right leg.
,
hicles are paying much more than attempting, the impossible task: of'employing urged that the anti-gun laws be ro-., Sunday School teacher for the last

their just shave' of the public rev en- motor transport for their ; pealed. Mrs. Charles Matthews, of North CO years and declares he Is good for e. Although only one year old, Donald

tie. This averages 59.55 per commodities and themselves on roads i When America was a free countryin umberland, Pa., armless since birth, many more. O'Rourke, of PIttsburgph, Pa., 'is
car, that
,which Is the second highest rate fn were unsatisfactory even In the I fact as well as theory, our crime saved the life of her 4-year-old said to whistle tunes he hears on

the country. Motor vehicles are horso-aud-wagon days. As a result, problem took care of itself to a daughter by using her toes. When Ezra Blackmar, a prisoner In the the radio.

ing approximately $18,000,000 a pay- for many months of the year 'an impassable -! large extent. Now. our prisons are Mrs. Matthews discovered her child's Los Angeles (Cal) County Jail, pos.sessos

to the state in gasoline acct license year :barrfer of mud stands between I filled to overflowing, due in great. clothing aflame, she quickly threw such extraordinary strength Because-hfs wife never kissed him

taxes, not Including fie ad valorem them. .and their markets nad part to offenses which twenty or so I off her shoes, grasped the burning that he playfully tears a 2-inch thick during the 17 :years of their marriedlife

tax. or nearlj one-balf tine total the outside"world.Here : I years ago were not illegal. There is aparel with her toes and pulled It telephone book: In two and occasionally H. M.\ Conover has filed suit for.

amount paid by all the real is one of the main causes of I an obvious: moral in this that mightbe I from tho child's body. Mrs. Matthews amuses himself by bending the a divorce at Passaic, N. J. f
property
in the state. This uneuqual burden farm depression. In the .past two or I given intelligent consideration by I was a former circus attraction. jail bars out of shape.In .

should be reduced as Para three decades there has been a revolution our legislators i Although he Is blind, Frank Elliott
s pos-
in industry, one of whose of Sanbornvillee N. H.. sawed
ma- ,
siblc-and the r removal of the ad val- In an effort to reduce the numberof the city of Belgrade, Jugoslavia I
jor effects has been the motorizationof COLLEGE and chopped 11 1.2 cords of wood
orem tax RED LAYS 310 EGGS
will serve to uT airS hersides automobile accidents In Budapest, there now live 102 persons who are "

saving 'motor vehicle owners transportation Industrial prosperity GAINESVILLE, Fla.-A year's record Hungary, deaf mid blind pedestriansmust more than 100 years old. during the past year without injury

the present has as one of its cornerstones of 310 eggs has just been turnedIn to himself.
annoyance of. havlne to wear yellow bonds on their .
quick, efficient
Present their ad valorem tax and economical transportation by a RhoJe Island Red ,at tho arms to attract the attention of mo A recent regulation of the English -
receipts
"*ore obtaining )license tags. of goods over paved l high- College of Agriculture here. Five other ', torists. Government restricts thc height of In an effort to save the life of his

-A" ot theSe ways. full sisters averaged 250 eggs London buildings to S stories. I dog, Joseph Boday, 50 years old,

:, r'c f'M a-t the amendments polls.] They should 'Vc.wi1J not have agricultural prosperity during the same time, according to Shaldal, Iowa Is situated in 3 leaped into the path of a fast moVIng -

( the tax situation willrrllrv until farming areas"aro given Dr. N. T7. Sanborn, professor of counties and. on the intersection of The Polish Government has passeda train at Attlcboro, Mass., and

by the same advantage> -until, in 6.hort, poultry husbandry. 4 townships, a geographical ,condition ] law that compels every inhabitant! was Instantly Idlled.WO .

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J .. garden for seven months. 4' garden crops are being harvested:,' -
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and ail. 4 it: ; .I: (
While ,the spring and summer I the gardens are continuing to ?

vegetables are about .over now, fall do duty. II '
/ LAND
i LOCATIONS
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i', Ii) I Let i"i: y-.tr cornii-j: ilsht; and save you trouble later

Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 I
Work dor.c accurate and reasonable
prices.
@l u@ .1llE! iing !

Mr.. and Airs. S. Rv Connell and the Willing workers class met at
,.,
W. F. COTHERN
: baby boy are In Clewiston tor the the church Friday uisht.; Alls. Fred 1 eg UUl.e oii tine :n "Wjful Surveyor. .

winter. They will be at home at the '*upper'and 'Mrs. Dick! : Simpson, joint j jt7.fu
( wr@Jlet : U!'.::' ;::O'LH "'v ,=:':.::';>.;!".... L. =- "',
Watanabe. hosjiefas. :Members: of the class pies- EDmeyiirm: I I" tB..b: ek

f[" ___ ant,were Mesdames\ D. Lamer, Dick

: r.,. ; : Mr. J. E. IJeardsley und children .:;imp&on, J. E. Wynn: T,i'r. :M. Bailey. :
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r; _' spent Saturday in Palm Beach. Bill Allen and J. K. Baker The _'7I ) = : = : = :
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-. hostess served delicious refreshments (Y'PALMBAKERY

,.: ,. ., ,: Mrs. G. B. Jlackstraw and mother, of punch and cake ( vg4; ,

Mis. "Ludkins, spent Saturday:: in I
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NEW 6-CYLINDER
Palm Beach. FUSS HORTMAN TO PLAY '
DUAL
'. s 50-HORSEFO1TEB Patronize home industries. !
:a...
your
WHEELS : "
. The local post of the American MOTOR

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_ '. 1 Ir. and Mrs. Fred i'uryear iro'n Legion is extremely te In being .

;. Sarasota, spent the weekend! here as able to secure' Puss Hortman's' ar. J. BRAN TLEY & SON .

guests of Mr and Mrs. Claude I orchestra to play for their dance on rp.

Downs. Monday evening November 3rd. Puss '
F
: Ilortman needs no Introduction in .J C

:Mrs. A. E. Adams spent the past: : Collegiate dance circles and a large: NEWHUGGED ? NEW FULLY L .,.
: ENCLOSEDDRAKES
week) In Sarasota.Mr. crowd Is expected to be present for REAR AXLE

I the occasion.Mr. CLEWISTON FOLKS

Milton Crouch and Mr. W. J-. The rear axle is larger and more durable. The rear
t
Lewis made a business trip to Palm and Mrs. Roy Dunaway enter- brakes arc larger, and all four brakes are completely .

Beach Saturday. tained at one table of bridge Monday enclosed. Chevrolet's 50-horsepower six-cylinder THE HOTEL' ...

night. Guests were Miss Frances engine combines modern performance with unexcelled MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES : ;..

Miss Ola Petteway spent the weekend Monroe, Messrs. Harris. and Wal- economy. Dual wheels, along with six truck- ; : ;

In Wauchula with relatives dron. cord tires YOU .. '
type are optional equipment at slight extra i

sl cost. The new heavy-duty truck clutch and the-
Mr. Do'b Hancock, Mrs. Troy Pur- :Mr.and Mrs. Dave Alston left Friday
heavier frame are'factors of outstanding importance. "The Most Perfectly Ventilated: Hold In the South." j,
year, :Mrs. Claude Downs. Mrs. Fied for Miami to be away over the

Puryear and Miss Jamb Willur/s week end on a business and plea 13-TonChaesi. UTILITY US-TON Roadster 1

motored to Palm Beach Sunday af- sure trip combined.Mrs. with Cab. ,.....625. CHASSIS Delivery.....?*440 Storage Space Across Street European Plan ,

Light Delivery........'365) (Pick-up box extra) 1 1l
ternoon to attend the show. Chassis Sedan 1I ,
Qi 2 0 I
I1g Delivery DeliveryX95
J. M. Crouch, from Dawson, with Cab.......$.170 ,
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All prices f. o. b. Flint
Mr. and Mrs.\ G. M.\ Ford and children Ga., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton (Pick-up box extra) Dual Wheel $25 Extra Michigan

spent Saturday in Palm Beach. : : :: :: :: :: -=-
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RUCKS :-c-. q

Messrs. Glen Heard and J. IS. Mr. and Mrs. Hahn, of Palm Beach >

Beardsley made business trip to Satisfy him with P ;
.. p. ( formerly of Clewiston were visitorsto CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY -

:Palm Beach Tuesday. Clewiston Sunday.
f

Pure Guernsey Milk 1
Messrs. Tom,. Shelly and .J. A. Mrs. H. C. Jones left Wednesdayfor heard the program, just as it had )

Plunkett have: returned from a weeks Jacksonville to visit her mother I vff The been broadcast, from an RCA Photo- t r

vacation spent at Daytona and Tam Mr. Jones will go up Saturday, !he hOle projection: machine from the l .

-pa. and Mrs. Jones returning :Sunday.: Talm J3eachTheatrs Melville DroWn directed "Check) :

Sue Carol, Irene I I
Rich, Charles Morton b- -

Mrs. Florence Ryan and mother, Half Karolde and Rita La Roy I
: Mr.\ Art Lawrence and Jewell t .
Mrs. E. C. Horn of in supporting roles.POULTRY.
Moore Haven, .
Lowe spent Sunday in Sebring. I
.
i were guests of Mrs. Roy Green Ii
i.i
Wednesday.Mr. -' HINTS i.f
Mrs. II. A. Land spent the weekend AT THE KETTLER" f -

'. in Arcadia with relatives. Poultrymen should be sure that CLEW/11'hTit DAIRY COMPANY! 1 <;
C. M. Allen of Lake \\'orthn -
-' .- In real life and in reel life, Nancy pullets? are housed comfortably in s ,.. .
Mrs. L. E. Covin of Sebring, Trainmaster I $.I
Capt. F. Dean Duff spent several Canal is an ex-chOiine. In her newest ;the laying: house, and. should constantly : Sugar land Highway' Phone 333
f. :
spent Monday in Clewiston. .
clays of this week in Tallahassee attending _\ picture, ""Laugh.'," which comes:! \vatch for..... colds and roup. 2 i
.
::If the Flood control I .. 4
meeting.Mr. to the Kettler Theatre Saturday; Sim- : : : : : : : :
Mrs. Lon Ella H. Robbins, of Chicago r ::
:'..11' ---- day and llouda1135 Carrot, ,is sees::
I is visiting her 'daughter, Afrs. J. .
W. C. Hansen is spending a as an ex-Follies girl it was only! j :

ten days vacation in New Orleans E. -neardsley.11' about five years ago that Miss Carroll I l ..] iJ I II r:'I.

firs Hansen who has been visiting actually left Broadway musical II( i :
. :\ Dave Alston spent Monday in : .
:% relatives there for the past month. .
4; \ shows for good and all, and started I. ,
_. Winter Haven on business. I 'I -
0. her phenomenal ascent to fame In SPECIALS

Mrs. E. L. .Stewart and Mrs. John Hollywood. fSl I_ ; ::2- ,.: I] I '
Miss Elsie Hare entertained at one I ...
Mowry spent Monday in Palm Beach 1n 1923, after many performancesIn Il:=1 ,a.FJ'Y." ::,:, J :
table of bridge Friday afternoon ,," .' l Pial r c
shopping.Mr. amateur shows, she at last got a ] ".
Guests included Miss Myra Lee Allen ; : :
job as a chorus girl in ''ThePassing
Mrs. Roy Dunaway and Miss CLEWISTOI !
.
Watson
and Mrs.\ T. V. were Frances Monroe. Show of 1923." There were several .
week-end visitors to Sarasota.
other "stepping stones" to successon i iI
n
Broadway before she went to the I -- c
Mrs. B. F. Fears and Walker Messrs. Ben and Leon Cothern
son
west coast with a road show.
spent Tuesday in Ft. spent the week-end in Clewiston.
Myers. Picked by Paramount as just the SUPPLY COMPANY\

type for the title role of "Abie's: !
Mrs. R. A. Shaw Is spending the Mr. and Mrs. Nell Stewart enter-
Irish Rose" in the films, she playedthis i
week in Jacksonville. tained a number .of :young people of I '
part opposite Charles Rogers, .
.... the Sunday school at their home ;
and immediately gained the favor of IDi CLEWISTON FLA. .
Mrs.: Roy Green accompanied bya Thursday night. Guests included Dr. .
film fans everywhere.Since [[gi
party of friends from Moore Ha- I and Mrs. W. M. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. J ;
then it has been just one -
ven spent Saturday in Palm Beach. R. A. Shaw. Misses Jamie Williams, Pi SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 ;
success after another for Nancy, who .
Sara Green, Ola Petteway, Elta .
was raised to the rank of star m
Mr. Louis O'Brien of Sarasota wasa Whatley, Elsie Hare, Frances Monroe ;
"Dangerous Paradise" with Richard f@J .
week-eud visitor to Clewiston. Myr Lee Allen and Marcia Avant -
Arlen. Subsequent pictures lire [RJ] i
Messrs. A. W. Sias, George Smedley, .
.
"Sweetie, "The Devil's Holiday, m;

Mr.\ :, and Mrs. C. W. Davis, of Winter Ilcibert Blate, Merrel Lowe, Van "Honey," "Follow Thru" and now- l Tall Monarch ... ..:............. 3.p! Haven, arrived in Clewiston Bush, John Simmons, Frank Cothern "Laughter. i( KETCHUP : ;I::" 19C ftiATCHES III/ 20'CORN

Thursday. Mr. Davis has accepted a and Dr. Ezelle. Dancing and ridge I I
t.. .
"Laughter" deals with the fortunes .
position with the Alston. Drug Co. was enjoyed until a late houT' when of a girl who, disappointed by, the 2 pounds for ..........;..... ................... ; '
delicious refreshments of punch and iiii LARD ::: 25' Monarch, Golden Maize 2 cans ,... i
"outli she had set her heart for, I 29C r
Mr. Barreth, of Dayton3,-Slent the sandwiches were served. :. ': '
marries an unromantic but wealthy
w ek.end In Clewiston. f E Ivory, 3 bars for .' ... ......... ....... :
find that thwarted 1:2
old man, only to 24' ........ .
Club Women Find l SOAP : :: : : 2 lb. can, per-can ... 13Cw
\ love' is IN own retribution. 110[miNY
, Mr. N. C. Storey left Thursday for Si .. ..
i3 '
Chicago Grocery Bills Are Fredric March, the young convert ( IJ
to be -
away for several da'ysun from legitimate drama who made Self.RIsing. 24 Ibs. for .........,..
FLOUR 77C t1
business. Saved By Gardens such fine appearances in "Sarah and Ii F .

Sou" and "Manslaughter," will play @] DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT

Mrs. R. M. Hare, Miss Elsie 'Hare QUliNCY, Fla.-Home gardening the featured role I Eagle Brand, per can ..... ..................
and Miss Frances! :Monroe speent plays' all important part in the life leading opposite MILK !9CPRiNTS. guaranteed fast colors, per yd. |/\C Ir@ ;
Miss
Carroll in "Laughte'r.: I :
Thursday in
Palm
Beach shopping: of the farm family In Gadsden County -

said Miss Elise Laffitte, home Amos 'n' T n Mothers China, per pkg: .............-. I@Ift .

Dr. and' Mrs. J. C. ,fowling and demonstration agent, In a recent ra- Joined the audience Andy themselves of millions have who ] 0 !! L1 32' HiRT'1 men's bluework, ........................ SOC ;J

daughter Dorothy, of Palm Beach,. dio talk over WRUF. There are 212 .
'
I .
listen daily fo the radio broadcastof '
spent Sunday in Clewiston.r members of (h home 'demonstration the monarchs of tho air. Tall Golden Key, 3 cans for ....,........ .
.
clubs in the MILK 25cUNDERWEAR men's I
county, and practicallyall
I For several l :years they have broadcast athletic"C

Miss Evelyn Hare was the week of them are doing home garden- programs which have won them ................ JPili
I 5&
end guest of Miss Joyce \Vi1liu ham ing. Sliced No. 2 can
L can per J
in Moore Haven. the greatest following in history, but PINEAPPLE 2t (
At a .
recent club
meeting, Indici- -they had never heard themselvesas ,
'- dual reports of 11 members present others heard them. fl 1 )
-
Mrs. N. C. Storey entertained at :I showed that the families of these Their opportunity to hear their i_I hl.I .,..,... = ::: :: : : =: .:.:. :;,;:;: .:. : : -:- ::
a delightful party Tuesday night. women had enjoyed a continuous ] I
programs as they were broad cast
Guests included Misses Jamie Will- supply of fresh vegetables since came when they went to Hollywoodto [-] Dependable :Merchandise[ at a Dependable. Price I IJ
lams, Sara Green March. L
Boucile Stone, While
declaring
that J
the value their
film first talking picture, I I Ir@tl
)
Frances Monroe, Elsie Hare. Jewell
of these vegetables from li
.a health "Check and Double l'lmeck7'TtadfoPictures' !
Lowe and Elta Whatley. Messrs. Casey standpoint Is hard to .
estimate, Miss production at the Kettler
Jones, A. W. Sias, George ::)medley Laffitte said that the fresh [@ FOR SERVICh' PHONEL
vegetables Theatre next Tuesday, Wednesday:, J -
Art Lawrence, Horace nouzo, obtained from these 11
gar
Thursday and Friday. ,
,I Pruitt, Dr. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. Nell lens meant
@. a saving of $1,035.75 ingrocery A specially designed broadcast '

'I, Stewart and 'Mrs. Fred... Moltz. Dancing bills in addition to the 'booth was constructed on one of the : '

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PAGE FOUR CLEW1STON NEWS CLE WIS TON. FLORIDA FRIDAY
OCTOBER 24, 1930
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I county will be awarded the prizes., general election. I the votes cast in an election in

GENERAL\ PERSHING All prizes are to be donated by tne which a majority of the freeholderswho o ef

merchants of West Palm Beach and SOUTH FLORIDA PRESS I are qualified electors residing In -

BREAKS SILENCECONCERNING the parents of the baby will be required -' MEETING NOVEMBER 7-B such counties, districts or municipalities -
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to visit the various stores. to shall participate, except of course

WAR collect their winnings. (Continued from Page 1)) refunding' bonds which are issued

Both of the West Palm Beach exclusively for the purpose of re- Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In ')

newspapers will publish special edi- cleverness and originality Is well funding bonds or Interest already 30 minutes, checks a Cold the' firsts

Believes That Nation Is tions, featuring the Season ,Opening known throughout the newspaper existing against such counties, districts day, and. checks Malaria In three
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event and all Interesting facts about world. and municipalities.While .

Almost DisarmedAt Palm Beach County. These editionsare Saturday morning a Press Breakfast the adoption of this amendment 666 ALSO IN TABLETS. C011gPANa

Present. to be mailed to thousands of for- is being given for the associTi- will be like locking the stable

t mal visitors to Palm Beach Countyby tion by the Leesburg 'Chamber of after the horse is stolen, atthe, same

Breaking a silence of twelve years lie Chamber of Commerce and Commerce. Business sessions will beheld time the stolen horse In Florida may;

since the Armistice, General John' the Palm Beach ,County Heal Estate following this, and at noon some day be returned, and it will ., .
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J. Pershing decalres in the Novem Board. members of the association will be probably be wise for the people to 1 'iiJ v/---:: J

ber number of the Country Home, John W. Griffith, chairm an of the the guests of the Eustis chamber of provide a future safeguard againstthe

that disarmament talk In the united merchants division who is also general commerce for lunch. The convention issuance of any more bonds In

States is futile because the country chairman of the program com- adjourns following the luncheon this state, unless they are -authorized ., .
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is already practically disarmed and mittee, declared the event should be many planning to attend the Alaba' by a majority of the free holders. I ', '

back to the state of unpreparednesswhich one of the most successful in the ma-Florida football game at Gainesville Another important feature of this

caused so much danger, loss history of West Palm Beach. "Al- the University having extended amendment is that even ''when an

seeing a great many to the members of the South Flori"daPress election Is held to authorize a bond "
of life and expense, in 1917 when we ready we are
were forced int owar. winter visitors in the_ city, and the an Invitation to be guest sot issue, at ,least a majority of the MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME

"People say we should disarm," people are beginning to. realize that the school'on this occastoh. Seats are freeholders must participate in the

says Pershing. "America Is already; West Palm Beach's season Is: weeks being reserved for the entire group. election or it will be ineffective.In '. \
Those who prefer golf to' football l a number of bond elections
almost disarmed. Good men and good earlier Ulan that or .fairn ueacn., '
women tell us that we should throw The Season Opening Day will give, will have an opportunity to play on held in past years in this state, pur- A FEW CHOICE ROOMS

away our armaments. We havevery everyone a chance, to really enjoy the wonderful course at Eus.tis, as i suant to statute, only a mere handful

little to throw away." themselves. and .to fender a cordial the guests of that city; of voters participated, notwithstanding ARE NOW AVAILABLE.

"l pray irevently; tnat there will welcome to our visitors," said Mr. A surprise feature of the conven- which fact, ft a majority of those

be no more war With all my soul'l Griffiths. tion is made possible thru the gen- who did participate voted in favor ,

hate it.: But as long as there is one erosity of one of the largest manu- 'of the issue It was thereby legalized.THE J
factures of the United States who REASONABLE RATES .
lawless nation now can we be sure FLORIDA CANE GIVES I

'" that war will not ue thrust upon us? HIGHEST, YIELD PER ACRE, spends his! winters in Florida, and 1AUN0ANo

No nation is safe. We know teat wewill who taKes great interest in the press d 0 1 g HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS

not provoke a "ar. But what is (Continued from page 1)) association meetings. The surprisewill -
be announced at the banquet 0. )
there in history, to assure us that i ,
someone else will not provoke a I: plant industry said the new varietywas Friday night.DAVIS -

war? It i snot a question of whetheror I found 'superior after tests con- TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

not we believe in war. It is a'' ducted for three years. DISCUSSES1MEND-"*
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question of whether or note, will "Our seedling." he continued, "has MENTS TO CONSTITUTION ND

defend this wonderful country of been consistently; superior in yieldsof I r: '

ours if another nations which does" sugar per acre .Compared with Continued from page 1) i

believe in war.V i should., attack I us., We.. POJ-213, the highest yielding of the CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL
are all lovers of 'peace' now. But. it Java varieties,. CP-S07 has made an municipalities soley thru legislativeact I CLEWISTOHLAUTDRY
and the resolution of local ofli .
impressive record. 0
is possible to change us In a few
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months. The same people,. who one "In tests at Houma, La., in 1928 dials puruant thereto, without giving
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month' denounce" war, next month the yield of sugar per acre for POJ- the people any chance whatsoever, ,to We do your laundry work spotlessly '

213 was 4,865 pounds, and nom the vote on the same. ]
THE WATANABE HOTEL
may. clamor for war. Suddenly. we well so that you will pridefully tell
new seedling S.4S5 pounds. In lyiiy All this will be' idbollshed by the
see men, ;, women. and little childrennot others about our service. Our, driver /
'. soldiers-but peaceful 1 citizens the average yield in four field testsin first proposed amendment to the ,will stop for your weekly bundle If ."
various parts of the state was constitution which provides that no MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.
clergymen, and kindly old
; .mothers!! you will call 336.
ladies, shouting!! for w ar. When thereis 4,983 pounds by POJ-213 and 0,725; new bonds shall be Issued by counties \ ..

war talk in'the air, almost everybody pounds. by the seedling.; districts or municipalities of the CLEWISTONLAUNDRY "
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The 'seedling is disease-resistant to state of Florida until the same shall
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have been approved by a majority of '. .
a high degree. '
diers. J
EL PASO AVE& SAN SOKITA ST. i
General "Stubbling qualities of the new variety .k
Pershing points out that
ELECTIONTo
NOTICE OF
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the army renders as great service, In are quite acceptable, as evidenced ClEW/STON j FLORDA.

peacetimes as in war. Pioneer work by the yield obtained, 7U03pounds _
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the Sheriff of Hendry County, 4uour snow Laundry "'* ]' -: ;:; .':t ::'I'o' of the West; building the Panama of sugar per acre in one of the State of Florida:

and other canals; controlling floodson i small-scale field of first stubble at Be it Known, 'That I, R. A. ,Gray.

the Mississippi; help in disasters : Houma, last year. The average of all Secretary ,of State, of the State of ..:s&T.feJk %- -
Florida, do hereby given notice thata
cane experiments in Louisiana indicates -
the development: of commercial: aviation General Election will be held in ,
that CP-807 leads its nearest .'I'Y'"i"- '. ". -- ANNOUNCINGTHE' .;,.,; .... ,.
and. the chemical battle against Hendry County, State of Florida, on ::: _"':r :{)_\7 .l' -:\,: \'
insect rival; POJ-213, by nearly a ton of Tuesday next succeeding the first _' ".
crop pests are a few of his .. ,: !
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citations sugar per acre ,or about 35 per cent Monday In November, A. D. 1930, the ; I.It
of what an arao s when
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said the Fourth .
Tuesday being Dayof
there Is no war.NOVEMBER more: than the best of the sugar November. .',.'.'
canes now grown here. 3
: For Representative of the First .t
FIRST OPEN- The cane variety POJ-213 is regarded Congressional District of the Stateof Formal S

INC DAY FOR ,TOURIST as the best of the varieties Florida in the Seventy-second Opening
introduced from Java by the depart- Congress of the United States.
For Secretary of State of the State : \:;
(Continued from Page 1) ment of agriculture to obtain a variety of Florida.Ft ,

'- resistant to the :sugar cane diSeases r Two Justices of the Supreme \

offer special value:: and bargain which practically wiped out Court of the State of Florida :,< > :. 1930-31 SEASON

prices. the sugar industry in Louisiana.DEMOCRATS For Two Railroad Commissionersof '\'
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the State of Florida.
Beginning with
a babyparade at :
For State Senator for 24th Sena .
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ten, o'clock in the morning the pro- WILL loriril District or the State of ,1'lor- r ,, i, WEST PALM BEACH
gram will include an automobile parade STAND BY NOMINEES Ida.For : :

showing' of the new modelsIn one Member o[ the House K
automobiles (Continued from Page Representatives! of the State of Flor- I '
combined 1))
with
an industrial :

and commercial review it ida.For Five County Commissioners: \ ; Saturday November FirstIndustrial
delivery and service trucks and cars untrue. From all indications McCor- For Three Members of the County : .

representing practically business mick will beat Mr. 'Stewart two to Board of Public Instruction.
every; .
For Constable in and for the fol- ,
organization in the city. one Mr. McCormick is the regular : J ,
'lowing Justice Districts. viz:
From 11 o'clock until 1 o'clock nominee and was nominated, in his No. 1.. ." ." BIG'
there will be a special matinee at district by a large majority. SeldonL. No.2. ; I,.'; -n;; ,
.. Stewart In Testimony Whereof, I Jiave .; : : CD 0 0
the Kettler Theatre at a special low is the present county com-
adimmisson. At 3 o'clock there will missioner form the LaB l1e ,uTSIrict hereunto set my hand and affixedthe r : '
Great Seal of the State of Flor. : '
be a football game and at 8 o'clock There are several other Independent ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this ,
CELEBRA TION
m tue evening me uivium LIUU wm candidates' in the race but they twenty-third day of August, A. D.

present a special entertainment p ': will also be defeated and the Demo 1930.
(Seal) R. A. GRAY,
gram in the city park. The nay will cratic voters of Hendry county will Secretary of State.9t .

be concluded with a dance sponsoredby stand by their party nominees In the thru Oct. ONE BIG DAY, designated by city officials, merchants,

the Junior Chamber Commerce--- -- Parade : automobile dealers, civic clubs, commercial organizations -
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It is expected that there will be Big review of all new model :.r' Beach as the OFFICIAL SEASON OPENING,DAY of'West ,

several additions made to the pro r cars. Industrial and commercial ,...; '>:<: Palm Beach ............ Come, Celebrate with us, Join In the,, ,J

gram during the next few days, In exhibitions, bands, etc. T2:00| r fun, the FREE entertainments, the, SPECIAL BAHGAINS .
addition to the members of the mer- ': the dances! It'll be a day you'll never forget!
noon. ; ;
chants division of the chamber of
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commerce, the Junior Chamber or .

Commerce, West Palm Beach Hotel BABY PARADE : SPECIAL LOW PRICES!

tion Mens, Palm Association Beach, County Insurance Automobile Assoia- IFor lYolr lUolii9ayT'11 $100 In Prizes : NEW STYLES : NEW'IDE'AS'!

Dealers Association, Palm Beach "Hundreds of beautiful babies !' Everything new, everything different ................ special
.,' sales and bargain events by' many merchants. Style
and
County Real Estate Board, all civic in decorated carriages, ,
''And for months thereafter! Enjo l 'shows, parades, reviews. Special Tow price tiieafre "nTati-
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and social clubs and various r Hoats. $100 in cash prizes ': '
other 14 I four ear without delays or e?._::ns* -
organizations In the countyare for tire trouble.' 10: A. M. :, :::,;..: nees.

expected to participate and sup- Hero's a genuine Goodyear of fine
port the movement. r quality= of tread and '
tough stout of '
\ For First "New
One of the outstanding features ol body-that you'll be proud to own. 'FREE;

the day will be the awarding of a t- Only because Goodyear: builds MILLIONS Entertainment :: Season" Baby in County.
:DIORF tires than other
large collection of baby clothes, nursery any Clvitau Special Program in More than $50 worth of baby apparel antt necessities
and thus
g company enjoys lowest
furnishings and other baby Lifetime costs; deg you buy such a value today. City Park. Special Novelty entertainment. ;: will be given to the first ''baby born In Palm Beach County -

requisites, totaling more than fifty Guaranteed ti Fun Aplenty: ]( \. after mid-night, October 31st. Come ............ see about

dollars in value to the first baby } S:00 P. M. FREE) S :< U! ,
horn In Palm Beach County on Saturday ) tigjg'Oversize ':,:,.'

November 1st. Parents claimIng .,:-/ .
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the prizes will be required to J BIG DANCE }: Auspices

file a certificate from their physician Full I"Big Oversize Sponsored by the Junior Retail Merchants Division
giving the time J J
of birth of their baby .J Chamber of Commerce. 10:00 )
Balloons Cords
with the Chamber oE Commerceof \ _......,__ I v ., ,i West Palm Beach
1 ....... P.M. at the El Verano Hotel.
West Palm Beach. The first baby Admission $2.00 per Couple. Chamber of Commerce
; born after 12 o'clock, mid-night,
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