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: November 28, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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.. Farmers Feeling Much Strongest Program of its ,Every Variety Vegetables- Grown on This Farm. Felda I ,' Mill Has Been- Idle for

Better Over Conditions Existence Is Ahead, Of Handles Products in Various Markets. Horticulture Good Some Time. One of the

Although.,Prices Not as State, Chamber. MeetsIn Given Considerable Attention. Largest Owned by the

Hoped j jI West Palm Beach. 5P..-- Standard Lumber Cor-

I Speaking
I Just over the boundary line of farming, and is making experimentsthat poration.Not .
I 'It was our good fortune to' get I JACKSONVILLE, Nov27"Adber- Hendry county, on the south shore of: aro bound to prove valuable. In Just as you :

down to Felda Monday of this week, ing to a policy of building faith in Lake Okeechobce, and in Palm Beach addition to the work being done by a few I everybody! may know It, but located -
and what we saw was a revelation the future of the State through the county Is located a farm that to our' Mr M.owry, the knowledge of Dr. Allison have I In Hendry county is one of the

: indeed. Felda is a trucking section medium of research of Its resources way of thinking is one of the most of the State Experiment Station section, largest sawmills In the state. This
: : in of the word, and just somthlng
every sense and the presentation of its findings beautiful sights we have ever seen.' is often called into figure out mill Is located at Sears not
now cucumbers are the main crop through the press of the State, the The work of man is shown in a wonderful -, problems that will confront every industry F'elda'has: fully many miles south of LaBolle.soaw-
that Is being shipped out, though occasionally happy
Florida State Chamber of Commerce fashion, and if we grow just The mill is the property of the Standard
[ tomatoes. beans, and soon faces its new fiscal year, beginning a little enthusiastic in describing .' To carry on the work' Mr. 'Mowryhas lantic Lumber Corporation ,with head

peppers and eggplant, will go for- December 2, with the strongest pro- same, Just overlook it. for indeed it: some' twenty men working on the. portation. I quarters at Live Oak.,, For quite a

i ward. gram of its existence," Its was an- is a subject that calls for.strong.' talk; farm which comprises some sixty Methodist : time,.for reasons that have not been
i In going to Felda we met several nounced yesterday by Ralph G. Grass- to ply well
and we 'are just naturally ready acres, twenty of which are under Irrigation made known to the News, this mill
growers, and after we got there we field, General Manager of the State people.
give Just such language. {, and the irrigating plant is has been shut down, and a large industry
'' found a large number engaged In Chamber." The organization will be- One thing that we want to say rightiin being extended as rapidly as possible, Not long employing hundreds of men,
cutting cukes, packing same and gin its fifteenth year of service with the beginning is that' 'while this:' and, the manager hopes to soon have with an I has been awaiting orders to 'start up
; .i scanning the market reports, which the close of tho Annual meeting ':1 H. G.
Q" on farm is located in Palm. Beach Coun the entire sixty acres under irriga- again.
; to were not as goodas December 2, at West Palm Beach. l by Mrs.
wo are sorry say tion.
ty, Clewis ton ,has been made the post I We are publishing this article as a
might have been. In fact some of "Fourteen active committees are business 1 Mr. Mowry informed the Newsman three are
'. office for 'same, and trans' I rumor, founded on pretty good authority -
.' the growers were greatly disappointed engaged in carrying on the program acted for the farm Is done through\ that Mr. Gonterman owns some arid they that a visit is expected soon

; but they were all looking forward work of the State Chamber at this I Clewiston, and we are proud of it.' J 1150, 'acres'. in addition to the 60 acres with the from Mr. Harry Horn, of Live Oak,
( to better prices as soon as the time," Mr. Grassfielu- said, "each of I Enough tor'that, ,however, W6j!,; under cultivation, and has an option Some general sales manager for the mill.

'\ Thanksgiving season Is over. which :has a definite schedule' of objectives started out to tell you about this. on 400 acres, more, all 'of wbJjh it Is and Mrs. I with a view to ''arranging, for tho ,

i Those who are engaged in produc- before it. These committees.I farm and we are going to do it.'I Intended ''to put into cultivation Justas ter and starting up of this mill at an early

\ ing market crops, and the acreage supplemented by the administrative Seminole Farms are located some six soon as possible. the pupils date. We give It as a rumor, while

: they have in are about like this: }I'. staff handling research, publicity, miles east of Clewis ton. It: is located Just recently, added to the force Is County we do feel that it is going to be start-

L. Devano, cukes, 8 acres, tomatoes aviation and office routine have car- in the real muck section of ,Okeechobee. J. L. P. Coleman, who hails from awarded cd.I .

G acres:: sugar cane 2 ,acres, peppers ried on the work of the organizationIn Some sixty acres are under cul- Richmond, Va., being an experienced whereas : Just ,now we can say little mo ethan

K acres; R. F. TJrie, Cukes 9 acres, such manner as to create unusual tivation, and this beautiful "BlackGold" ,(technically and practically) land- $75 each I we have, but there is one thing

tomatoes 17 acres, while he is making interest and satisfaction on the part soil responds, to cultivation likea scape engineer. It is the Purpose to So now certain, if it does start, the unom-

preparations to put, in 60 acres of the general membership. rose to sunshine. develop horticulture as well as agriculture out, I j I ployment problem In that section will

of watermelons next month, 2 acres "The Stato Chamber of Commerce The farm Is under charge! of John and it will be Mr. Coleman'sjob them to j have been solved, for the mill em-

squash Irish potatoes 1 acre. H. L. Aviation Bureau the youngest department K. 'Mowry, resident engineer, who to bring out this department of turn them ploys several hundred people, and

Reeves, cukes 10 acres, tomatoes 5 off} the organization is now ,en has an able corps of assistants, but the Seminole, Farms. Just at the unique naturally offers a large payrool, and

,, acres, eggplant 3 acres, Irish potatoes gaged in completing its statewide is owned by J., Gonterman of, New. present time Mr. Mowry informed the least. payrolls are the great things of this

f 3 acres. structure. The second semi-annual York, St. Louis and Miami, a man, writer they are ,making a 'specialty of The age. It is the hope of the News thatit
f Asa Townsend, tomatoes 6 acres, statewide aviation conference will beheld who has studied every angle of, I (Please turn to page 2)) trustees will prove more than a rumor, and
r cukes 5 I in Jacksonville on Saturday. December the school. that the mill! starts real .
? ..1 acres, beans 3 acres. F. P. ------- I 'up soon.Golf
F Gibbs, cukes 5 acres, tomatoes 5 13. District meetings held Reeves,
c F acres. C. C. Carr, peppers 6 acres, over the State produced results greater i lor and Course Holes

I eggplant 6 acres. Mr. Brown cukes than anticipated ,and the conference school
": I I 1 1acres.. L. N. Thomas, cukes 2 will bring together the largest START GRINDING NEXT MONDAY, .they have, To Be Named Soon

I I ; : acres, beans 2 acres, squash 2 acrse. body of aviation enthusiasts, ,Florida the duties
1 has ever witnessed. 500 WORKMEN EMPLOYED house is a Players Requested to Offer '
; Summing all these up it makes a The Aviation Suggestions -
r; h-:. showing of something over 150 acres Bureau is also engaged at this timen and would: for Names, of Holes. ,News

: '. '_ i!' .. : .'- the 'preliminary. ,. ._ .':.1.-<.'. oi. J.. .;" r ,._'.. _: ._ ', _. ,'. ,_ city or..to : y14&[ Make Same Known.
: I : to,!!Yarious,,croPB.menUonerl.. hei'ei -preparations J or ;"l '- ::- "y- ---- r -' *-_*> .:..-., ,_ ....
are several ,more engaged in the the: Second Annual All- Florida Air Years Will Felda.; Of course everybody Is aware that
i ,After.Five of Idleness Sugar' Company '
' f' trucking business Tour to be held in January Immediately late tjio.seT golf is among the most popular
them sever-
"- al I of the Taylor brothers and father, following the All-American Air Put Plant in Operation. Mill at Clewiston building. games, now being played the world
I Races at Miami. The Bureau is In The, over. Clewlston is, 'in the game" and
s'V'nut of them will Starts First.It
we write in the near Up January .
future. These / charge of a full time director'and hasa grade, the naturally wants to keep up with the
are now shipping
definite program of expansion being times. hence it. has been decided that
out In car lots, but this is sufficient I
evidence that Fedla is really the which Is being followed with excellent Is reported according to the Palm mill at Clewlston will start up January school. A"I each hole on the course will be

;. coming truck section of the county. support from .the various communities Beach Post, of Thursday, that next 1 and it is the intention, of the I named, and to accomplish this justas
of the State. Monday the sugar mill at Canal Point company to use the harvesting ma quickly as possible the players are
We found
the Felda people a hap.
, Plan to Publicize State will be started up, after laying Idld chines that are now in course of con- requested to send in' such names as
i py community, and they gave this
i writer "At this time the publicity com for the past five 'years. The Post struction, which will greatly facilitatethe they may consider suitable for same.It .
\ a most cordial welcome and
c stated mittee of the State Chamber of. Commerce gives as its authority F. E. Bryant,.official matter of harvesting the Immense has been suggested that the
:, they certainly appreclateed
is completing Its organizationplan in charge at Canal Point. crops. One 'of 'names for the holes should be pecu-
the Clewlston News
sending a man
c for carrying out a national cam- The Sugar Company starts off this With the big mill running, the Ft. I calender 'liar to the hole that it is given to
\ I down there especially to write up paign to publicize Florida over a pe- year with the largest crop in its his- Myers-Palm Beach Highway being' and of such character that the hole

I what they are doing, and hoped the riod of three years. This undertakingIs tory, being estimated that there are rushed to completion, the Governmentat passed off will become to be known by its name

I .-work of boosting, for them would be in addition to the publicity depart- 23,000 acres In Hendry, Palm Beach work making surveys for the zens "took : as well as by its number, thus being

I kept up, as they were mighty proudof ment's work in the State. Hamilton M. and Glades counties, and the work erection of.. dikes around Lake, Okee- the day I easily located on the course.A .

+ their section of the county. Wright, nationally known newspaper of harvestingwill be a task to think chobee, with a cross state waterway but the list of the names given has been

i cI I c! The News Is for these people and syndicate executive has recently been about. channel from Stuart to Fort Myers stayed at promised to the News, and in the is-

:, it will be our aim to be ,among them elected as vice president of the State At the Canal Point mill, it Is said, and finest kind of vegetable crops rest. sue of December 19, we are going to

every week In some capacity, for we Chamber charge of the national 600 men will be employed and when going to market all the time, and a The publish said list. Send in your sug-

realize they have a sction that should 'campaign. The campaign will be'hand- the big mill at ClewHton: said to be prospect of the big saw mill at Sears sports and gestions'' to the officials, ,so that no

not bo overlooked. led by the organization's publicity the biggest in the:United States starts starting up, it C \'B look like this part some, for delay will be occasioned in this re

o committee in cooperation with a National up, more than 2,000 men wil bo em- of the "Land of Flowers and Sun of a spect.

TAX SALE DEEDS Publicity Council composed of ployed, thus it can be seen that the shine" is destined to come quickly into and It is

7 prominent business men living outside unemployed ranks in this section its own. Thus the reign of "hard Most_ of COLD WEATHER
S of the State but who ,have well will be greatly reduced. time" will be over. Come on, fel- boarding

GOOD DECLARES defined interests in Florida. The The article goes on to say. that, the lows, let's go. cranberry DAMAGES SMALLIN
State Chamber at-this time sends out -- --- highly

i SUPREME COURTS from three to five thousand words CONTRACTS WILL BE CONSIDERED In ,pas

,(Please turn to page 2)) to the full EVERGLADES


Decision preme of Far Reaching HIGHWAY DECEMBER MEETING the Crops Not Badly InjuredBy
head line in the Tampa Morning. Cold. Growers
Interest. Will Help Tribune says: "Gale, floods take soon as

Many Counties.The lives of 35 in Europe and thousandsare Getting \ Feeling Better.Many I
t i.: a talk with
homeless as storm continues." Highway to be Completed During Next Nine
engineer of
f' Indeed that is an awful report and anxious ones sat around the
The following comes through the Months. Superintendent of Construction To Com
us last night fearing the cold
fireplace ,
Associated Press from Tallahassee, I the ,entire United States sympathizeswith
I! : I and Is a most ,important matter for I Europe In ,this affliction. plete Job this Week. Clearing Right Way: along further at a wave would bring a freeze that vtould
but from
destroy: the "vegetable crops,
i: ; many counties over Florida which are Justice H. Ellis dissented.
.' county. W. road is what the News can gather up to
struggling with tax matters and other Title Held Sufficient Palm Beach county line ,and more I have one
nine o'clock this morning the damageto
I things. Just read for yourself: The court, here held that tho title Now, good readers, we are going to than likely the contracts will be lot state, and vegetables was small, and that was

The Florida supreme court deciding of the act of 1927 was sufficient and get on a subject that means a whole for the. work at that meeting, and a told of Mr. caused by cold winds.

;! .I two cases today, upheld the validity that tax sale certificates are not lot to every town in Hendry 'county, rush order will be placed behind' we do. Those who got out early in the

:; of legislative acts of 1927 and "grants" made by the state but evi- starting at Fort Denaud, taking in same, which means that during the Possibly I morning stated there was little If
1929 authorizing foreclosure on land dences of existence of liens for un- LaBelle and winding up at Clewis- next ten months this road will be out of
C' frost, and the general opinion
I; any
by the holder of tax sale certificates paid taxes past due and that the fore- ton. Of course it effects other coun- pushed rapidly to completion. this highw
, I t'' is that the cold has done no groat
: the sale of tax sale certificates to closure statute "does not violate but ties and towns, but we are leaving it Just at the present time H. C. Me- been told damage. The fact is, there seemed to

the highest bidder and the foreclo amply protects the rights," of property up to them to do their own talkingas Quady, superintendent of construc- road will be a moderation of cold during the

sure of a tax lien In equity. oweners. we are going to do. tion, who has. been clearing, the right- LaBello to night.In .

I I i The foreclosure case was that of Salo of tax certificates after the The subject at heart Is the Fort of-way from LaBelle to the Lee county teen miles, and around this town and on the

Townsend Burns: Ridgeway, et al, redemption period has expired for an i Myers-Palm Beach Highway, now under line, is winding up that work and with Fort shores of Lake Okeechoboe there are

: versus_ Horace G. Reese, Jr., appealed amount less than that shown on the I construction, considerable of expects to he through by Saturday and West vast fields of beansj. cucumbers, pep-

from Plnellas county: The decision certificate also ,was upheld the court which has been completed. In the (tomorrow). Then this part of the coast. pers,_ eggplant,:t jtc;, and in most
of the court was unanimous. ruling it to be a sale of state prop- first .,0
place been
e we have reliably in- I road will be ready for the surfacing, thereby, cases the growers are shipnin, henceit
I i The case involving sale of tax cer- erty not In violation of the organic "ormed that State. ,
I a meeting of the etc. While on this part of the story line will was not unnatural for them to feel
I tificates to, the highest bidder was provision requiring "uniform and Road Department will be held about let us say that Mr. Hatch, construc been given much appreherigJp11all :" as In most rises

that of Townsend Burns Ridgeway equal rate taxation." December 10 at P\ nsacola. The in-, tion engineer, located at LaBelle 'informed this will be : they had wailed UD in the various -
'and J. Louis Houlo versus J. R. Peacock The court's opinion stated the act formant went at
on to tell us that us that he has had orders to arteries crops hut this morning tjiov nro
: clerk of the circuit court;' Horace does not pledge loan the credit of that
'or meeting the department will receive -
I speed up the work In his department coa ts.and wearing that smile that' w"n't rub
G. Reese, Jr., and Ernest Amos, the state in violation .
of the consti
,,comptrolfer, appealed from Sarasota tution. fr hardsurfaclng the two which, according to his words means ly off, and 'ever.y fellow is looking for-
\ projects between, LaBelle and the, speeding ,up .all along the line, 'and through good. icc for his products.:
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THE CLEWISr NEWS The News And The People will see that few counties in Florida covers dairying, tung oil I diversified I I: The numerous friends in LaBelle arc American- Legion

have a prospect more flattering. agriculture, cooperative marketingand pleased to see them back in tho city

Published every Friday at During the past several' days the Then, too, take 'Into consideration agricultural' reclamation. This ; even for so short a time. They are To Hold Meeting

Clewiston, Florida. management of the Clowislon News that fact that the affairs of the 'county program Is being actively handled all three making good at the Univer-
has been busy planning for the fu have been so managed that pro- with such men as L. M. Rhodes sity. Election of Officers. Dinner Served 0

LOUIS A. MORGAN\ .... Publisher ture. Our p :\'ns' all point to an enlargement vision has been made for the next State marketing commissioner; Dr. At 7:30. Members Are RequestedTo ;

Entered at the Postoffice at Clew of tho paper at least to year to take care of bonds interest I ''Burdette G. Lewis, of the Foremost Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Ray. of MI- 'Be Present At Meeting. -

Iston, Florida, as second class matter. an eight-page paper perhaps with an and carrying on of schools and you Dairies; Archie M. Pratt of the Cit amt, arrived in the city this week; and The Clewiston !Post of the American

--..-- additional column to each page giving must know that Hendry county Is in I rus Clearing House; and a number ; are hear as the Thanksgiving. guests Legion is planning for a regular

SUBSCRIPTION RATES our readers a seyen-column' a position to really rank as one of of others of like prominence. engagedIn of Mr. and MrsSeldon Stewart.' monthly meeting Tuesday night, December

Ono Year ..................;..................... $2-50 eight-page paper. ; those counties that are "sitting pretty actively working 'forthe better- I' 9th, said meeting .to be held

Six Months .................................... 1-50 To accomplish this, of coure, we ," while future' developments, as- ment of the State. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Poole returned at tho-CIewtaton Inn. On this occasion{

Three "Months .....................:.....:.... 75 will need the cooperation of the citizens I sure'll by the United States government "The industrial committee of the I. Monday from a most enjoyable camp officers for the coming year will he
of Hendry county. To obtain I are soon to get under way, State Chamber has done outstandingwork i hunt, reporting a fine time with con elected.
ADVERTISING this cooperation our efforts will be bringing our towns in close touch toward bringing about a better siderable
game. boys who went '
No dis over are ,always
Forty-five cents per inch. strained to the utmost to give you a with the Atlantic ocean on the eaot r}:;ortii"Uy for Florida's industrial planning for
a good time and on this
count for plates. No special position paper that you will be proud of, containing side and the Gulf of Mexico on the expansion. It has definitely participated : Miss Myrtice Williams, the charm- occasion they will wind up the meet-
guaranteed. All advertising copy news from all sections of the west, with a line of hardsurfacedroads. in the location of plants within has
Ing sister of Mrs. R. T. Collins, ing with a dinner at the Inn, to which
must be in this office on Wednesday county and in addition we will reach .Gee, but it is a beautiful pic- MIP State during the past year and is accepted a position? in the drug store: all members and' those who should

before issue of paper. out for all other interesting news that lure, and one that should cause every actively! engaged in assisting othersin of ,Dr. Weaver, where she will be delighted be members are requested to be pres-
those who lead: citizen to feel good and be and investigation of tho
may be desired by up} surveys to greet her many friends.Mr. ent and take part fn the meeting.
Just a little chilly that's all this the, News. I and doing instead of crying "hard State as a probable location. The main feature of this meting'' is

week. This week we are making a start times." .It is an old saying that those Many Objectives Ahead and Mrs. Weatherbee, of Kent to act upon the names that were- .

in the direction or improving the who help themselves are always "Waterway Improvement, education were in the city Monday on their way placed in nomination at the Armistice
not only has a in helped. Let's get busy and try It.SEMI beautification, conservation forestryand
Hendry county news columns every way as are- to Fort Myers, where 1lr.Veather- Day meeting. You will have the
tax assessor, but a splendid suit our representative has visited legislation are numbered among):
good bee was called to attend business chance to''ote for the man y'ou wantto
farmer in the person or .1-Ion. H. L. Felda LaBelle, Fort Deuaud, and \ OLE FARMS PRODUCES the subjects the State Chamber is directing matters.It carry on during 1931, hence it is

Reeves, who has a fine farm down I other sections and correspondentshave I GREAT VARIETY Its attention toward. All of important that 'you be present. Fallowing -

at Felda, and the same applies to our I been secured who will. furnish these things are ot interest to Florida gives the people of LaBelle much are the nominations: .

worthy tax collector Hon. J. L. Tay I the News with the local news of the Continued from Page <1)) and while some of them can be pleasure to hear that Mrs. R. T. Collins ; Commander*. C. H. Earner, W. C.-

lor. I county, and our plans are to give the I J handle;1 only from an educational who has been confined to her Owen.

tax payers and others who may be i. rose growing' and )have undo consideration standpoint the results being obtainedare bed for several weeks is able to be I I Vfce-Comhnander.1.: A. McGhee J.

It is not our purpose to gloat over !Interested the proceedings each the cultivation of Iw'bs of marked with noticeable progress. about the house again and is attend- I E. Beardsley.

the misfortunes of others but of late month of the County Commissioners various kinds, being inclined more "Investigati. on of promotional ing to household duties. Adjutant: E. B. Butler M. V. Blate

the elements have been playing ha- Sr pool Board council proceeding!::, strongly to the amaryllls bulb, whichis hemes is one of the phases of :idmlnistratlves G. B. Thomas, S. R. Connell.

voc with other sections of the world etc., so that in a word or two we given up to be an extraordinary work that has been the
JUNIOR B. Y. P. U. PICNIC Dr. L. A. Bourne. _
including England while many Jives want to tell you that we are going to producer and seller. medium of saving many dollars to Chaplain: F. O. Richman Dan Al- (it

have paid toll in states ,north of rioi- give you a real county paper. Speaking of horticulture causes us Florida business men and communities. The members of the Junior B. Y. P. len.

ida. Down in the Everglades, where Naturally Clewiston is the headquarters to 'pause just for a few words re- Organization service which has U.
enjoyed a picnic on the banks of Sargeant-at-Arms: T. V. Watson, H.
wrecked homes and for the Clewiston News, but what its objective the assisting of local
once a storm : our garding has been done at the ..as the Caloosahatchee at LaBelle last R. Hall, D. O. Hatch.
loved ones away is our field and with chambers of commerce in their problems -
took 'many of our Hpndry County I Seminole Farms.: Facing the highway Saturday. 'Games'were played, stories You know the Legion nominates at
from 'Us, we can readily sympathizewith your 'cooperation :we are going to Mr. Mowry has had laid off a lawnof covers a broad field of activity told
and a general good Hmo expe- tho Armistice Day meeting, elects at
the sections' that are now experiencing give you a newsy paper, free from I beautiful green grass, always during the course of a year. There is rienced. Those present were Mrs. R. the December meeting and installs at
the sufferings personalities intrigue etc., and our limit this always'! the daily food of mail requesting -
to a degree, ) mowed to the and over ( N. Miller, leader; :Mrs Lemuel How- the January meeting and it is reallyimportant
that we have already borne. *;hole aim is ,to give you a paper that lawn are various flower plants, shrubbery -' all sorts and manner of informa-
ard all members
sponsor;. Roger Miller H. L. Delaney that attend
will be welcomed in each and every set off by the tropical cabbage tion relative to the State and Its business -
Jr., King Rover, Marie Pad these meetings. So be on hand.
country "flowing home In the county. We invite you palm and commercial life.
Speaking of a palm, hibiscus coco pomoso gett, Lois Lucky: Nellie Cook, James
f with milk and honey," let us call your to join with us. We have a wonderful and possibly some royal palms roses, "The Annual Meeting to be held at I Cook Elizabeth, Psha. Dagama Willis support me.

attention to the grand grove county, the world should know it and I geraniums, etc., and this lawn pre- West Palm Beach on December 2, Harley Saunook. Gardner Hand.Tho To all of you I wish to extend my

section on the Caloosahatchee whero we are ready! to undertake the task sents 'a view that is delightful to the will bring before the membership a children all declared It was hearty thanks, and it will be my especial -

stands Deuaud., Some of the finest of putting our resources before the eye, especially with that backgroundof complete outline of the organization one of the best times they have ex- pleasure and privilege to do

fruit in Florida and that means the world that home seekers, settlers, "black gold" muck, found no- activity and the objectives toward perienced and are hopeful that an- my best to make you a good county

world; is produced : in this favored farmers and all may come amongst where else in America. Looking over whIch the State Chamber is now inr occasion like this will soon be commissioner.

spot.: rs and help build up this grand coun this beautification work you are at working." given. '. Hendry county is a great county.
.1 '"7"- try. once in an admiring state and when LaBelle Correspondent and I am indeed proud to have been -

LaBelle! is justly happy over the the genial manager carries you back LABELLE PERSONALSMiss --' ---- elected as your commissioner ,and

turn of events. Just now they are enjoying A Man\ With A PurposeLast just a short distance and you are. In CARD OF THANKSIn while residing at Denaud; my efforts
the assurance that the Caloo- the trucking fields where peppers, I will be toward the betterment of the '

sahatchee will be used as part of the afternoon it our egg plants, tomaotes, Irish potatoes, Minnie Lou Howard of Still- the general l election, just .passed i! entire county.
Friday was
more, Ga., is spending the winter with I
coast-to-cost canal, and that the pleasure to visit what.is. known as I beets cabbage, carrots, beans. radishes the voters of Hendry county honored Respectfully and gratefully,
her aunt Mrs. Rufus Small in this
highway from Fort Myers to West Seminole Farms, about six miles east- cucumbers and, in fact, every me in a most substantial manner, es- I SOLON B. CREWS.Ft. .
Kind of is growing city. pecially did the people of Clewislon .' Denaud Fla.
Palm Beach will ,be completed in the erly from Clewiston. An article de- vegetable green

of a. few months. These are scrip live-of that visit the and luscious looking, you cannot
course appears on Mrs. Sam Carson and mother, Mrs. .......-
thriv blame us for falling in love with the
should make that "
things that first page of this paper, hence, we
E. M. Mrs.\ W. F. Turner
: ingtown rejoice,.and .be, .glad. are not going, to dwell upon that place and then too we found )Mr( ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
llrs.Lemuel' and
Howard daughter
fellow will"Ing
phase of the question in this article, Mowry such a pleasant '-'
Miss Caroline, visited friends in Fort
The' News sincerely hopes that the but wish to speak our minds upon to waste his time showing us ev- THE BARBER SHOP
Myers\ Sunday, returning home In the
rumor that the big mill down at Sears the enterprise of the man who Is erything and telling us still more. IN THE SCHULTS BUILDING NEXT DOOR TO WHITE'S CAFE
We There is little use in our trying to afternoon after .a delightfully pleas-
will again be started up is true. standing' behind this proposition :
publish it as a rumor but it is a fine the financial director-Mr. Courtenay tell you the quality of soil to be ant time. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29 .

sounding rumor all right. J. Gonterman, with headquarters In found on this farm. You know that,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Martin, of Alva, Experienced Barbers-Two Chairs
St. Louis, New York, and Miami. ,but we will say it is simply the finest
have rented the Reeves on
Now, if you want to see a really Mr. Gonterman is a strong beliverIn black muck, thirteen feet deep and cottage PROMPT AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT
Main street, and are now comfortably
beautiful town laid"off with a great Florida, and one hundred percent several life-everlastings-just grand.On .
deal of system, you should visit Clew- persuaded that truck growing is a the farm will be found drainage domiciled there. LaBelle extends a Ladies And Children Are Incited To Visit t Our Shop
cordial welcome to'these
iston-the "sugar bowl" of the na profitable business. lie has yet an pumps owned by the company, for genial ,

tion. example that could well be emulated you know this farm is an individual folks.: CLEV/ISrOp!1 BARBER kh SHOP- -

drainage district hence is not dependent -
by many others who arc possessedof
.. anybody to take of the Miss Edith, Howard, the efficient .$. A. SNOW B. C. WALL
I the wealth necessary to carryon upon care
':Teacher killed and taken to the ''assistant in the office of the countytax
I water which Is done quite
gigantic trucking farm. In fact
hospital in critical condit on': reads a assessor, accompanied by herbrother After you have tried all others try us.
Mr.\ Gonterman has pinned his faithto Ample buildings have been erected
headline. In the Fort Pierce News- and sister-Ihr-law, Mr. and
the muck soil on the banks of' for living quarters packing house, : HAIRCUT 50c SHAVE 25c
Tribune._ We would, say so. visitors to
Mrs. Frank Howard were
Okeechobee, and is producing, not machinery, etc., and In fact, it is a
I Arcadia this week. They went over I
model farm in every particular.Mr. .
talking, and, not only is he produc-
Says the Tarpon Springs Leader"A 'ing, but he is sending Florida prod- Gonterman the owner Is a to see Mr. Howard, the father who I

new card game has hit the mar- ucts to market and at all seasons business man of large calibre. He for sometime. His condition Is so inhas > E. 'Q.T+fR+['s7 1rV', >.iwri Y h ;.>:-tr.: ,;.,..,!,,=sy WC. t ..aa.H .+)' ol."" ":=

ket. It is called bneymoon bridge. making nation-wide publicity for the leaves It up to Mr. Mowry to produce, been in the hospital over there _. ':' :.!.'.:..'-'..,;;';, -: l.i. ..
with dummies. This. proved that he will be brought home .. .I: (i' \; L :; .J', ;1e. Z ..... .
Jt is played two .
stale, and it is to this end of the en- sparing no expense to produce the, .__ .A" e ?$ < : ... ... r
this week. Friends' of Mr. Howard &! ;/' i-"" ; /'. $! :' ..
however, is said( to have had no influence terprise that we wish to allude more very best and he takes care of the ,, .-.. .f 1J.J1?J:;,:; ;!) :1... J. : :; ':f
in the naming of the game." will be pleased to read this good ':' : .. "M'I' 4Ti!'", i\:' ...: ." ,,T ; '
-than any other, for the work that business end. It is not a stock selling G 1f '- : Ml 4! :, r
But, which are, the dummies? is for venture but real profitsharingfarm. news. 7 .. 1 \
this man is doing an example a W.? "' t "\ ;f1 r ? 1 ':f t.
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those in other states to follow, and l1):, \Io't \.
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After many years of valient service with their capital develop the rich ,. The products are tent to the best. J. A. Floss, who has purchased 1 &; :tL .. j I
General Charles P. Summerall will land at Dc .mcl and is felting out an ; "
Lake where men'a> to
I "black gold" bordering on I I markets 'e employe' I : % : 1 J1tiv .
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be retired_ on March 4, 1931 and will Okeechobee: for it is indeed golden, look, after the s ("llln":. In other -:01'd .' >""'t, r-' vc. ,. ns 5,1 t:;% .. city Monday 1 ... ; ;;>.;.. "t".. rl'' "LA :

again take up' his residence hi his and the News takes off its hat to I I I I, Mr. Gonterman makes his own markets looking after business matters. '

native state Florida.: lie will receive this gentleman, and with Clewistonand and when his products go on BOTTOM PRICES

a warm welcome in the "land : this entire lake section, offers I the market they bring the highest George W. Riddle, accompanied by t

\of flowers and sunshine." I congratulations for the enterprise he prices and are always in demand. Mrs. Riddle and daughter nave arrived I. OF THECENTURY'! BUY NOW !
_____, I !in LaBelle from Durham N. C-,
is showing as well as the great work Now :you may: wonder why we O
It is ,significant indeed that Thanks- I of advertising the Everglades of I have written this article, and we are and propose to make their permanent Drive with Confidence, Free from Tiro R

giving comes just before convening or Florida to the balance of the world. going to tell you. Just simply to show home here. Mr. Riddle will open i :. Trouble,These Worst Months of tho year

Congress otherwise there would be I More power to you, Mr. Gonterman. you that it is more than possible to I p fish market. We welcome them to : New Heavy 'Duty g

no reason. for Thanksgiving. come down here on this rich soil, use LaBelle.
I Pathfinders .
Great 7s Hendry County proper Judgment, 'put business ,prin- : 6oodye J.
"A shocking feature about elec.trical ciples into practice, and do as Mr. H. C. McQuady, superintendent ot I
work is, the bill. Miami Her- ] construction the Fort MyersPalmBeach Ii i -450-21 4.75-19
While many folks accept as a Gonterman Is doing take care of on .

aid. Certainly It is enough. fact. that there is a future for Hen- drouth overflow and cold with your Highway, was up from his I

dry county, very few seem to realize pumps, irrigating plant and good, camps Monday. He informed your 9.70 $10.20'r

While of course we all admit this what there is In this county. When common sence, watch the markets, correspondent that he would more --

is the open season, also for the lame the facts are known many faces and put thereon the best to be had, than likely finish up the work of I Standard .

.ducks, but March 4, 1931, will be the should be cleared of the wrinklesand I for transportation is good, and success clearing right-of-way by Saturday of : Latest I]

closed season '.)r many of them for- smiles would appear 'upon them will be :your portion.In this week. He expressed it as his j I : l Gooqlyear patliiinders

ever. Instead. the near future we are going to opinion that. tho work on the highway : i Full Oversize Balloons | Big Oversize Cards, C

For instance. Down in the west end talk some more about this farm and would be rushed In every way pos ... :

Would you think it wise for the of the county you will find the Fort I hope to get photographs of the crops sible. : 4.50-21 30x31-2

government to make the attempt to Denaud section, literally covered etc., and shall then enter more into I ..... -
collect a tax on"the gangsters ill-, with citrus groves, bringing In an !I detail but for this time we must tune II. O. Hamm, president of the $5.50
gotten gain? Looks" like taxing crime. ''ncome of many thousands. In the i off and, just suggest that you pay a Hastings Potato Growers Association I II

/h,j'. Felcf. section you will find a truck- I visit to Seminole Farms. I I who resides. at Palatka, was a business : _

t What ChalrnjjtE""Fess, of the republican 'us district that is now producing : ___--- II I! visitor to LaBelle Monday ; L I Track Tire Ford ChevroletSpecials "t" n

party, c&tfaYa'crazy!' quilt kindof : cucumbers and tomatoes in abun- STATE 'CHAMBER\ PLANS I -.- N Bargains I ,

an electionVlihls 'month was in' dance, getting out a car a day to MEETING AT IV. P."B. 1 County Clerk' Tom Hull, accompa- .\ .... -,

deed a "comfort"'for the democrats. northern markets, while at LaBelle -- I auditor, who has been auditing Hen- 30x5 H.D.$20.2o 4.50-21
you will'find trucking and fruit growing (Continued from page 1) nied by L. D. PJttman, Tampa, state r O

Some fellows-'trq/,. :! mighty' backel up by a.-' cattle industry dry county bond affairs, made a business ] $5.80

hard to keep FrVcl-Eberhardt's. Florida then on up to Clewiston, where you I each v(\ear to the Florida press on trip to Fat Myers Monday. I r.f

'State, News agoing .but the effort find the "sugar bowl" of the nation I subjects of interest to the people or.i ---- I II .. --- --..
will prove 'futile. No enterprise with 23,000 acres of cane awaiting the State. I Ij' I Seldon 'the second Huston and John T b t aA- ataTsTricecl at big s i ings'

'founded'in hate should prosper long.It harvesting the first of the Year, alditl "Ono of the moat comprehensive I Stewart, three brothers a tend, ing the I II :

In its profits by trucking, fishing j' programs being fostered by the State University at Gainesville are here to CLEWISTONVfc MOTOR COMPANYy
is Governor Doyle 'E. Carlton and other interests. Chamber at this time is that of "the.]I spend Thanksgiving: with their pa- I j jJ
'" right on. Now figure all of them up and yoi:L agricultural committee. This prOgram ;1:rents, Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Stewart. V )=rty y* ,*>g *'*=' gI -, ;o;" =c





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1tt few days. I I dry: County Florida. FOR SALE .
I (SEAL) William T. Hull, I
I Clerk Circuit Court Hendry County, a .
' i. ZcagC II Father F. J. Finnegan left Monday Florida. One Million Ruby King Pepper
_= ?4IMrs. for Jacksonville to be away for several Plantone J,fourth now _re riy. $2.00 I Colds and Headaches

days. per t.c lsancl..at farm. Is a doctor's prescription for ".
L. A. :Morgan Jr.. Phone 369 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE It is the most speedy remedy known.
I Mr. G. V. Hudson, ot Can.il Point,r O. CRANE', I
I' I II I made a business trip to Clewlston 666 also >in< Tablets. '
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Shaw motored Wednesday for a business trip to I' Monday. 1 4t Sept 14-Dec 6

to Ft Pierce Monday on business. I Jacksonville. They will spend Thanksgiving I __ ,

day in Daytona.Mrs. The Aid Society will meet Thms PHONE 339, ''c -= .,",:::", __ -=- : : A
. Mrs J. N. White and Richard I ,. ------ day, December 4, at the church. 'Ihu .1

White motored to LaBelle Saturday H. C. Land, Miss ,MarcIa subject for the evening's study will PALM BAKERY

afternoon on business. eg? I Avant and Joe Cato left Wednesdayfor be "India looks to her Future" to bo ) ,JJ 'i

.. Kissimmee to spend Thanksgivingwith given by :Mrs.: T. V. Watson. Mrs. 11. I : :
Mr. and Mis. F. L. Williamson, Mr. friends and iclathes. Y. Patterson will be hostess II I P. I J \ .. .,'.,' Patronize your home industries. ..:1.
and Mrs. J. G. Alhands and Miss .
.- .;.'. :
Frances Monroe. spent Friday in Fort Mr. and Mrs Junis Halle and son Mr. Eiling Wernes has been in La- :

Mjers. of West Palm Beach have moved to Belle for the past few days on. business .ea J. BRANTLEY & SON, .

Clewis ton and will inake] their homeat r r j .I
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Miss Elsie Hare left Monday to Sagamore Court. 1
spend a week In Ft. Pierce as guestof Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Geiger enter

tamed 'at dancing party __ Uo_____7U .::r.-c--... --..--.......-.__ .
1IIssIargaret: Fee. Mrs. H. C. Land and :Miss Ula Jacobson a delightful .JI

were-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday night at their home com- a apVOWEgaQMDANy I '

Announcement of t.e marrIage of Jacobson in .Moore\ Haven Sunday. i plimenting Mrs. H. C. Laud on her '. CLEWISTON FOLKS I .

Mr. Clyde Crosby of Clewiston and birthday. Those present were Mr. ? ,ry ,

Miss Mary E. Thompson of Pahokeeon ] I Mrs. Dan Allen left Wednesday for I and Mrs. II. A. Avant Mr. and Mrs 5

November 2 was made the past\ Haines City where she will spend Dan Allen, :Mr. and Mrs. :M. L. Lowe ;: E: nm?! HOTEL fA-MilUm/ :

will make I Mr. and Mia.. C. L. Nail, Mr. and .
wool Mr. and Mis.. Crosby several clays with relatives.Mr. j' ', '
Mrs. "Waldren, Mr. and Mrs ,
In ClewIston Urey .
their home : Is VE '.:y:, ?: : f \,
: J. E. Hester, Mrs. I, H, Stone, Miss .1Na > ,' .
I and Mrs. O. L. Jeffries were i \ WELCOMES YOU .
Bob Hancock spent the weekend ,I In West Palm Beach Wednesday on Marcia Avant, Miss Ula Jacobson, :,.

,:In Jacksonville on business.Mr. business.Mr. I, Miss May Lily Stone Herbert Blate, ..'..:/
I Joe Cato, Halson*Avant. Merril LOWO'j The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hold h the South. ;j;

and Mrs. E. E. Kelly were dinner and Mrs J. 11. Alston and I James Wynn H. C. Land and 1 '

-1., guests of Mi. and Mrs. Tom Shelley daughter Elva motored to Canal Adkir/j. ,Rerfieshments of cake, san- Storage Space Across Street European PlanK ,1

I Sunday.Mr. Point Sunday and were guests of wiches! and coffee were served 014. fi "-''
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! ?Tr and Mrs.\ G. Lawton Sims. r.was ,

,' and Mrs. J.. K. Baker: motored LEGAL NOTICE I i
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Sunday afternoon --
i to South Bay Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Miss Bon
r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .Ui 'mirwiiLi'Tll -
j I were guests of friends. cite Stone spent Saturday in Palm
f! Mr. and Mrs.--E.-J. Kerr.ofCana Beach shopping FLORIDA COUNTY; ,, IN IN CHANU AND FOR ltY. IIENDR!: Satisfy him with \ \ I / tf / "

" .' Point were guests of Mr. and Mrs Mis. W. W. Preston -and :Mrs. W. J. ::S. Cottieii; Compamant; CO. '

= O. L. 'Jeffries here Sunday. P. Vaughn spent Saturday in Palm vs FORECLOSURE 'I Pure Guernsey Milk
:, Anton Blate et al, Defendants Here you will find experienced men
Beach shopping. O .
Mr. and Mrs E. F. Martin and ORDER OF PUBLICATION i who know the how-the when, and r :L a L.
children of Avon Park were week- Mi. aad Mrs. W P. Vaughn, Sr., i f BLATE, EVELYN ELATE AND ::>AI the why of the laundry business.:: Our from the 1 GIMCLEWSTONCOMA

: enl g7Sts of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Mrs. Harry Vaughtn, and) Mr. W P. I HAl BLATE:' various forms of Snow-white servicesare I II

Smith. Vaughn, Jr., motored to Canal Point I It appearing by affidavit filed in available in' all kinds of weather. I b .
the cause above named that your several .- ; Call!! us;-cither "rain or shine!I" I
Sunday. Mr.\ Harry Vaughn returned
and respective places of residence I
the week-end in.. with them.A. .
P. A. Ruhl spent and
unknown and that
are you
Fort. Myers with his family. I' each of you are concealing yourselves CLEWISTON [ !
I W. Sias left Monday to spend. so that process cannot 1 bo: served
inc. i
Miss Ula Jacobson accompanied by a week at his home at Punta Gorda. I upon you and that there Is no person I
I with the State of Florida the EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST.
]per relatives) of Moore Haven _spent I
Miss and service, of a subpoena upon whom
In Tampa. I Beatrice Kettl Glen Herd CLEWSTONFLORJDA
Thursday would bind either or
you or you.
spent Saturday in Palm Beach. IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED Sugarland Highway Phone 333

Mr. J. A. Plunkett :was a dinner that you and each of you, Fannie your snow ire Laundry i JI

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley Mrs. E. L. Stewart returned Saturday Blate, Evelyn Blate and :baran::; Hate: ; ,

- Thursday evening. from :Macon Ga, where she be and you are herby requIred to appear -
before the said Circuit Court ,
has been visiting. relatives for the
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at the Courthouse of said County on ,
Miss Roberta George, Miss Marcia past month. ino 1st day of December, A. D., m,1:': I -

'j' Avant Joe Cato and Bill Peirce to answer an amended bill ot complaint :
.- r spent Saturday in Palm Beach W. L. Lewis and Victor Blate filed against you iu snld.,Co; :m. : : ;. .. .. ,,: .
by J. S. Cottroll then ant l here to receive I .w -:" "" ,'. ....1I .
the -
pent) past weekend in Lakeland .l& ::/ ;" "
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and abide by such judgment.' ', -" !:;o : ; .'Jr.
, E. B Butler and Gratton Geoigespent as guests of relatives and decree as said Court FlnJi Jiare"oiirldeied I ..'...' ... ..: '. .' ..../..,..:.... '(.-,,.: .'". M' 1 ; .l Ufl .'f. .a 'h. ..-.. '. .
::0) several days of last, week i irt Miami I --- in this behalf and this I I c;"" .: '.. ,.; : .. !b. ... P L.i '

fl on business. 11.. H. Howell spent Sunday in you are not to omit upon penalty of : ;' ,.,.,' rt.l.. '......,..':' ........ {".,.,. ,, -. >."",- :.<.':- ; \. r">>" '.' ,, ,' ,' -
Lakeland with his family. judgment by default being entered r :.hi .. -- '''' "
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Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gearge and against you. Il i118.t > ::: .
t 'Ihe relief sought In the Amended
i Captain Lockhart spent Friday in Claude Downs made a business 7 ,rr; ; ;-.;,:;,o. ; :,' ':':':-
Bill of Complaint is the foreclosure
J trip to Venus Monday.Mrs. .
Okeechobee. of two certain mortgages embracinglot

J 1 in Block 156 of Clewlston, lion-:

':. P. T.'' A. MEETS I Claude Downs and :Troy Pur- dry County, Florida and Lots 10, 11,
I -The Parent-Teachers. associationmet I year spent the past week-end in Sara- and 12 in Lakeview Subdivision, TIiJE] NEW JEVB@Lm1f SIX J
Lakeland, ,Polk County, Floilda. And
Friday afternoon at the, school sota as guests of relatives. They were
for other and "particular relief ill
house. The following members were accompanied as far as Arcadia by ..
said Bill set firth.
appointed to serve as chairmen of the Bob Turner who spent the week-end IT IS FURTHER ORDERED That HAS IAN1l l -OEN TSBfB

: following committees for the ensuing with his family there. this order be published once a week

: year Finance, Dit's. Cleo A. Houze; tor tour consecutive weeics. to-witl I
October :.1.. November 7, T4 21 wul 2S I
Program Mrs. H. A. Bestor; Publicity Mr. T. V. Watson has been mak- A. D.. 1930 in the CLEWISTON The introduction of combine with this more attractive -

Mrs. W. C. Owen Welfare, Mrs. ing a tour of the state for the past .
!: NEWS, .a newspaper, of general clr- : the new Chevrolet' exterior appearance, a new
= Gus..McGhee; Membership, Mrs. Fred /,
Six marks the most degree of interior luxury. '
Maxwell; Publication, Mrs. J. E. .
." ', '. 'I Wynn; Library, Mrs.' J. E. Beardsley; I -' q : I ... ..'. L impressive forward step in Chev- The chassis of the new Chen'oIet'

,\'", .' Music, Mrs. B. A. Bourne; Social. rolet's twenty-year record of constant Six has also been refined] and
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,( Mis. Fred Moltz; Pre-School, Mrs. It. progress and impro\cmcnl. advanced in a number of different
'.'- 1... Dunnaway; Hospitality. Mrs !i'. ;
For this Bigger and Better Six
., wn's. The frame is:: heavier nnJdccpci.
M. Wright; Flowers and Decorations .
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offers new beauty, new luxury] '. There is a smoother operating -
;'.: Mis. Spicer and Mrs. T. J. Geiger;
', :; : new completeness and new quality lived clutch sturdier
and Refreshments Mrs. V' A.. Dives. long ; a

The following room mothers were r''::'. -yet it sells at lower prices! front axle; an entirely new steering

appointed,' firsi grade Mrs. Clement r MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME I The improvements in the new .ineclianisi; aa easier sLlfz.lng! :
Nall, second grade, Mrs.W.. C. Hooker ; :
: lr :lsIl.isd.o.1..
Chevrolet Six begin at smart
;; third and fourth grade, Mrs. J. -r- -

U. Wynn; fifth and sixth grades, .. new chrome-plated headlamps ,And along with these improvement -

'Mrs.f.. R.. Alston; seventh and eighth A FEW CHOICE! ROOMS (} I Ia "-.', and extend throughout the entire ;; Chevrolet offers a 50-

grades, Mrs. Oglcsby; ninth and c, ./, car. The radiator is deeper and horsepower, six-c)' indcr molor

: tenth grades Mrs.__Spicer. |1 ; ARE NOW AVAILABLE. I unusually efficient. Due to the four long ecnii-clliplie springs
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"" : ; : :. ..; increased wheelbase, the lines -four hydraulic shock. absorbersa
i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richman $ -. '. P
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.1. o -: arc longer and lower, giving an safety gasoline tank-and
( spent the past Sunday in Palm Beach;

:'i .REASONABLE RATES air of exceptional fleetncss and an economy of operation: not surpassed -

.:---: .. Mr. Dick]: C. Miller of West Palm) 'A ,, i grace. And the new Fisher bodies by any automobile.

:;' : Beach, spent the. past week-end in ia: I

';:;.k,:. .: Clewiston on business. HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS I .. >> :it AT NEW 1LW P2B1CES: ; .c Z a' K

:' Louis Morgan and Earl White wade j

:." a business trip to Palm Beach Tues The $510 The $545 Sport Coupe $575

:'.,," ','->, ':' day. TRY OUR SUNDAY ifiNNERS- | Phaeton .,.........:...,.... Coach .................... with rumble seat. ......

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,",:.,.."5'{'.:. Miss Ola Pettewa left Wednesday \* Roadster Th .=..:................ $475 Standard Coupe ... .......,........ $535 Standard Jbedan .... ... ....... $635
:;)<.;: to spend Thanksgiving at _her home t

; :':-. :. 'In Wauchula. 1CLEWISTON'S Sport Roadster dard Special. '
.::; .:.-,".' POPULAR HOTEL j wIth rumble scat. ...".. $495. F.itJc$545, Sedan ......... ...... ..
)" .:" Mrs. L. N. Smith and Mrs. Jack
/ ..''- ,Stalls left Wednesday to spend several -
Chevrolet Trucks from $355 to $695
.:,. .. l days i in Avon Park with rela I.
'- ..,' tires' e.t All prices f. o. b. Flint, Michigan

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:-. 'i- Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Han el motored ,

(-;tY. :-:- to Miami 'Wednesday.. Their P-q -

"..:. -'.',- daughter, Margie, returned with them 1 MRS.. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager
:, to spend the Thanksgiving holidays
:- CE20QSE A SIX! 't
: at home. IT'S WiSE TO
W. C. McDonald made a business ---------------- Id

I trip to Moore Haven Tuesday. I I THE CLEWISTON MOTOR CO.FRIDAY

I Mr.. : and Mrs. E. E. Kelly left ,r
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AT this sear on of the year,. which was set aside by our '\' ; : ,s., ;
'\\ forefathers as a time to turn aside from our everyday ; ': 'i:: ,; ,

:" \0' tasks and give thanks to' our Heavenly Father for the < '. 'f& ; ,
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; .i';,::'. many blessings He has bestowed upon us during the :,J'; '.;.{': .i...
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:<. ,past year. ; ;

We ,the following merchants of Clewiston ; : ; '
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: : ,' .. : .. :.. : :feel that we should,extend this prayer to our many friends [ .f" :_.
: ; ; / and customers who have' helped to make our business a "" ,::' {iI: j I

success during this 'year. We feel that without your .: -' )- '. 0:

; help we could not have made this success. ,;;." :':; 'i

So, during this Thanksgiving period'we 'extend -.; \ ,::;;- -

to each of you our heart-felt thanks for the business ;'\ .. \;': ,

we have enjoyed during this year. We sincerely hope !;: ': :: : '

.- ,. that the coming year will bring! much joy and happiness" r"'- .:,:..; ,.

' to you and your friends. ,We hope that we will continue ;: : ,' '

: to receive your friendship and business. ;:;
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/ .: : :: During the coming year we shall strive to con : .
:,,' .d' tinue our service and shall appreciate any suggestions .
.: that you might offer to better the service we are trying :' ; Q

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