The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00296
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Where Agriculture Industry Alc And[. T he Clewis to. n New' S-- The New Center Sugar oj'America Bowl.

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ci Latest Improved Fence and IS, STARTED

Will Guard Curves SIXTY ACRES PLANTED TO Date the

: c. P. SUMMERALL Along The Drive.Just '- BY GOVERNMENT

Superintendent Goodno Displays Group ,Of
as we are going to word clays E. B.
,An Experience with this reached us that the finishing touches African Goats. Takes Pride In Jersey much Interest Office Is Established At

Great Commander of are being put on the Fort Myers- Cattle. Has Fine Pastures. diamond ball LoBelle With Eighteeri

Palm Beach Highway on the project busily en-
Men. Just ,One_ Pleasant; from Clewlston to the Palm Beach men clearing Men on the Job. Rush

> Incident in the Life of a county line. Slag has been put on While working as a newspaper used as a dia Job Is
Sue:, cattle raising, fishing, .
the road, and everything Is about writer the job over here at Clewls-I

'Man Highly Honored.BY complete as far as laying the road is ton seems like a ]happy holiday.", for t and a general good time catcher's box
section of Florida could is being rushed on the

concerned.The we have come upon so many pleaant the work ot
it Is all practically in survey on the Lake
( "PA" RUHL) work of erecting the fences things that It is just one surpriseafter grass, etc., is
ty. Caloosahatchee river. A
along the curves is progressing. It is another, so that we are kept facilities surveying
party under the direction
A few days ago the writer noticed said the busy telling of the great things that When we arrived at the everything is of A. V.
Unproved iron fence will be Lill has established
that the government was retiring are located in Hendry county, and, building Mr.. Goodno smiled field ready In
used instead
of wire and
a guaranteegoes LaBelle
and will start
General Chas. P. Summerall, this distinguished that brings us to the subject at hand marked: "Mr. Editor you work on estab-
this class of fencing that '
lishing a tentative
soldier having completed it will and a chance to tell you of' a farm to see some goats," and we the News man location of lines
withstand than 50-mile
a for consideration
I of the
his term of service most honorably the writer visited Monday of this haps twenty head of African the diamond war depart
wind, and is one of the best to be ob- ,ment engineers. The work will
and courageously, both in the United tained. week. i goats, standing as high as the middle of startat

States and in the great war. While The farm In question comprises:: calf, with little lambs, we play can be LaBelle and work west towards
The contractors informed the News ; Fort Myers.'
reading this article of retirement a some S200 acres of land, not near all would call them, just men are pre- .
that the work
would be
completed by Field headquarters have
been established
'most pleasant remembrance came to In cultivation, but the property of beauty, gamboling over and it is a
January 1. but the road is now opento I at tho court house and about
our mind and just for the information Henry Ford, of automobile fame, and Thompson grass and as is going to
traffic, and the traveling public fifteen men, are at work this
I on proj
. ,and entertainment of our read is located at Fort Thompson, formerly could be. extent. Just
I 1f certainly can rejoice for it Is one of ect.
r ers we are going to tell it, the story the ,best roads.TRAPPERS. being the property of E. E. Good- These goats Mr. Goodno a fat The drill boat operating out oC

J7 simply showing the greatness of Gen. 'no. who now has it in charge, and'just valuable, while} the milk: will like.
the lake between Clew ston and Miami
Summerall In heart as well as brav Is as eager to make: things go in duce, easily retails for 75 l affair.

SHOULD old Hendry county as ever. In this quart, and he stated that It I I Locks is making good progress.A .
ery.As > crew of men are working on de.
>, you know possibly Gen. Sum- article Mr. Goodno figures personally mitted that those who
I LET tails for establishing a lino
:, merall is a Florida born, Lake City, OBSERVE 5 as well as the superintendent off milk would live to bo a tentative
LAWS along the south shores of the lake.
we believe being his birthplace, but 1 the Ford interests at LaBelle, as you old, so life-building were

he spent much of his boyhood in Lake will see before this article is fin "erties contained in ,same. STATE Approximately thirty-six men arenow
: at work on this project and others
'county, partly at Eustis and the remainder VERYCAREFULLY ished. sell as,'young ones around $SO
are being added as needed.
I at Umatilla, and thereby First thing Mr. Goodno carried us and the older goats are
1j Congress has been asked to
! .i j hangs the story of which we are go- to the 17acre bearing grove of Mr. ,sold for more than $75 appro.

,. Ing to tell you, for indeed we do feel Law Rather Confusing Ford's. It Is a beauty, about ten years apiece. The goats produce priate $600,000 for immediate work:
and the balance of the will
proud of our -part in the affair, and'I And Trappers Should old. and one of the finest groves we dance 'of milk which'Mr. Go<<;> I money
be appropriated as needed from time'to
we do not think Gen. Summerall will have seen, and we' have ,been look- is about as rich as Jersey

... object to the telling of same, even Be Very Careful. ing over Florida groves for nigh on .taining much more nutrition.On Will time.

though it does betray the, would .you I to fifty years, and our opinion Is that this farm Mr. Goodno The state has already turned over
to the government $5,000 for this
call it weakness of the soldier or A peculiar condition of affairs I this is a good grove. Of course, Mr. I',two Jersey cows that are
work: which is a part of the ?2000.
I grandeur of his nature, and we incline came up in LaBelle Tuesday which Ford will not suffer as many of us .beautiful, going to about four 1:
I news for our 000 to be paid by the state.
to the latter, so here goes. caused some expense to one 'man, poor "Crackers" would if he did not "of milk:: per day each. He .
News force
Some ;years ago a park was laid but it was a matter of law, and could get high prices for the fruit on this vvvays' been partial to

(Please turn to Page 7)) pot be helped. grove, but he is the possessor of a .Tind these, two -are high kept that busy have as- MODEL FARM FOUND

,V. R. Butler, of Tampa, purchaseda I splendid: property, and Mr. Goodno stered stock.
I I the most I
i license to trap. On the back of the is keeping it up in a most satisfactory I Not a great deal of
license was printed a paragraph that manner. It was late in' the afternoon paid by Mr. Ford to Fort has been

stated he could trap without gun or when we went to the grove, hence ;Property, and the farming
t ; V COUNTY dog in the breeding grounds of the did not get to go over the property,", .*went-* is not started !off as y : highway, the BUSY

state during the open season. Mr. but viewed, it from the fence, but it Mr. Ford's future plans Co., of PROPRIETORM

I JUDGES OFFICE Butler then went and laid In supplies was a sight that did our hearts good, property, we ,did not .
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the ., :. } essful..bid e .s, '
.... for the. trapplug. expedition.to'/to, ',an and"'fs* van-asset'-of' whlch i 'Herfafy: *n> .a*i yfai i yBt.w *- *- 'Tax"" Assess 0'r'
fh : ... .c.:. -....",- '... ?:. of, our own knowledge itis i for' the eReves
I amount close to $150. He went downin county feels proud. be one grand proposition in
806-C and SOG- Farms As We LIEe i To
Business Collier county' to trap, having with Leaving the grove Mr. Goodno car-
Improves Each starting
him J. L. Iliers and sons. When they ture.Mr. See It Done.
ried us to the home at Fort Thompson. !- Goodno is Intrested 7).w ton at Bakers

Year According To had located, Game Warden Smith of As we road along the prairie Rassa to the extent of LaBelle.

Judge Ross. Fort Myers came to them and stated lands our thoughts drifted back 35 dred acres, and has high I was h'and- Last week: the News man visited a

they could not trap in that section to 40 years ago when we rode that one day making a, will begin I farm that to our way of thinking isa

4. Gathering news in LaBelle your where they had made camp. being'' same territory in company with Mr. there that will Indeed attract on the "Model Farm," but as our think'

correspondent happened into the office in Collier county, and Collier was Goodno, as editor of the Fort :Myers tention of those who have ) of this I tank was not perculating like It

} :l of County Judge Ross Monday. closed to trapping. Press and started boosting what we ey to spend fop winter take some might, we deferred writing about it

Judge Ross Is_ a most .optimistic official Mr. Butler looked at his ,license, thought then and are of the same greatly enjoyel the visit to will start im- ,until now, and we are going to tell

I ,s;, and; when asked how was busi showed them to the warden, but was opinion now, as one of the greatest I farm and certainly are to a finish you of a farm at Felda that furnishes

ness replied with a little history of told the law read he must trap according possibilities for trucking, fruit grow- there later. doing the sustenance for a most happy family

to law, and that the law was --. and some to sell.
the office for the past two or three
4 that Collier county was closed. Noth- The farm In question is the .
; years. He stated that duto licenses GULF REFINING, COMPANY TO ERECT the repu- property
ing was, left for Mr. Butler but to of Tax Assessor H L. Reeves
I for 1931 could be obtained, but he a hurry, but
cautioned, the writer to state that the give up' the, enterprise, nolwlthstanding is fortunate and Is located at Felda. Last Friday

'I .ad valorem tax must bo paid beforea he had spent $25 for a license BULK STATION IN CLEWISTON.SITE the contract two weeks ago it 'was our pleasureto

license be over the state and $125 for supplies: drive the Chevrolet up to tho
can obtained. So far only not going to
He ,began an auction sale at LaBelle home of this .
four auto licenses have been applied SECURED WORK START be driving man, who is surrounded
Tuesday and was endeavoring to sell with
t for, but the game is young and three from Clew- a most pleasant wife, two

t weeks remain for obtaining same., out the supplies. you wish on boys and, one sweet little girl. Our ,
t Judge Ross gave it as his opiniosthe reception was hearty and one of
"But, said the judge, "Commission. This highway
Plant Will Be In The
New Operation By
warden in Collier
. i er McLin has advertised for several county was In the those real old time welcomes was

: 1 weeks that all licenses must be paid ing within his rights. So there act-j The Year. Gulf Company Is Interested in at one end extended. ',-:,
I are. The law is confusing to say Mr. Reeves has erected most
by the ,first of the yeaV. and notifies velopment of The Everglades It is cause
least. comfortable home, In which he haff r-:
owners that
no one must come out the line.
I' For the information of who -
on the public highways after January any installed running water, electric
may desire to trap we quote' the law lights, bath and
1 without a new license tag, and Officials of the Gulf Refining Com- rooms every convenience

gives the advice that no one, not ((Please turn to Page 7)) pany were in Clewlston Thursday I Palm Beach Mr. Young that you will find in town. ',

I even the governor can change the closing a deal with the officials of the tho Gulf Company was I Added to this he has vast acres that

law, so it will be enforced to the let- I CHRISTMAS SEAL ClewIston Company for a site to the development of the THE produce for him cabbage, beans, :

ter." erect a bulk gasoline station. and that the erection of cukes, tomatoes, eggplant, Irish potatoes :'*

Continuing further Judge Ross Informed The site chosen by the Gulf ofti- station here showed their sugar cane> and we might ,::M

( the writer that he issued only SALES GOING ON cials is located next to the Standard, this section of the state. mention_several other vegetables but ;

,l three marriage licenses so far this i Oil Company's bulk station on tho 'Industrial Material will arrive \ this Is enough for you to gain somo '!

I 'W month, and only four dining the entire OVER THE NATION[ canal.: tho plant is expected to be in idea of what he has, and his table '" :;

tion no l first of the Rich- is supplied with these good tilings .>
: month of November. Those obtaining Mr. A. W. Young, general construction hv year. ,
I I L licenses this mouth.were superintendent for this ,division Duff handled the contracts Hatch practically the year around.In <

: 'J Robert Henry Raulerson and Evelln Public Reminded of Its arrived in Clewiston by planeat Clewiston Company with the the yard is to be found a deep :.j,

-Woodrow Wilson Thomas, the judge one o'clock. lIe flew from West of the Gulf Refinery \ artesian well, which supplies water .::

\ performing the ceremony In the case. Duty In Aiding to for not only the Reeves household, \)

Barney McCIenithen ; Crush Disease.Mrs. [ Command- but the neighbors come from far and <1
and Grady Tucker .
Harvey C. Williams and Edna AUTO 'LICENSE TAGS I SCHOOL Post for near to get the use of this well, which ..'1

Minis. regular meet- also furnishes irrigation for a garden ,
\ Alice E. Hall, Christmas Seal '
I On tho other : the Inn Tues i that is just coming on. With all "' $
hand the judge had Chairman for Hendry county, points ARE READY FOR 'VILt ENJOY ::
:, before him eleven men for violation out the tiemomlous economic loss to these vegetables Mr. Reeves has alsTS ,
of the laws F. D. Duff, supplied a splendid .jersey cow, and '::3
game by hunting in the
caused by sickness, muchof
:, breeding grounds. The men were arrested which Is preventable: CAR OWNERS NOW of the Post hence all the milk needed is supplied ;.

by Game Warden J. F. BatlI Commander besides he has a large run of poultry : \{
I "Mr. G. G. Ware, Leesburg, President -
fifty per which supply all the fried chicken -
: corn, and all convicted y
I were and fined Florida .
I State Chamber of Com-
: accordingly.Four Judge Gives Some Inter- Schools Close Next had paid and eggs you might call for. :; :
'I merce, made this comment recently:
the post was Mr. Reeves is farming for profit :
t others were before the courton ; While the Tuberculosis and Health esting Information day for Two I. i:
also and has tomatoes '.:
of eggplant
: charges of possessing furs unlawfully crops c
f Associations have
helped reduce the Vacation.Here ,,
f \ taken. Tho four were given bond death rate from tuberculosis 41 per- On Subject. vice-com peppers and Irish potatoes ';',I
for their Adjutant; Dr. which will soon be going to market, :Vij
appearance at, the January cent in Florida since 1917 with a saving : '
term of County Court, bond being of 600 lives last year, the taskis Under normal conditions there is a good piece of I Hatch, Ser- from which he hopes to realize good 'v:.
the kiddies of the schools of RIchman in a: :1
'fixed at $250 in each case. not fInIshed. This now known are some 600 autos that should be prices. He is also interested
Judge Ross then went "on to say disease, 5th as a cause preventable of equipped with tags, according to a county as well as a rest for the Po"5t.: packing> house with R. F. Urio, and '" ,;.1'

that the office of county judge was death, is still the most costly to our statement by County Judge Ross, but ers. While going the rounds given a vote they have been shipping at the rate'' ;,'rY:;

becoming more and more Important state-taking Its toll durIng the most there is a practice being indulged in your correspondent was : work'' dur- of, about a car a day. ";,

every that he detracts from this amount to ,a County Superintendent and with Our calling attention to this farm! :'
l:;! year stating was compelled productive years, 15 to 40. that
,!I to stay, in the office almost In. addition it represents a heavy certain extent. The reason as given the rchools of the ocunty the local is just for tho purpose of showing it :'$

continuously floss Is that of the Friday, December 19. and will on Us is practicable to farm to a profit in ,:"\
'If every day of the week, economical burden to the community by Judge many
so until January: 5, 1931 Florida. But cannot this ar- "
and end of we pass
that the work in the ClewIston J
to living
was beginng because the period of illness Is long. people I '
There Is still another piece bo installed tide without offering apprecla ,<
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FLOWER DISPLAY I a gioup of collegians studying mechanical WAR EXPLOSIVES MAKE 1 production of cement is also due toI' GOING DOWN-SOUTH,

GROWER engineeimg were taken on PEACE PROJECTS POSSIBLE : dynamite.

Millions of Blooms Will .Be Shown At a tour of structrual wonders in New "Without high; explosives," continues

MAK SHOWING South Florida Fair. York City. One point of call wusManhattan's Explosives In all forms, usually the article, "modern railroads, Florida- and l\1fami.bound traffic"fiom

I largest hostelry-the 43 designated as ""powder" have been a canals, and routes of communication Chicago and othei points Jn

TAMPA, Dec. 4.-More than a million story New Yorker Hotel-whore near greater aid to development of com could not have been built. the Middle West has increased 3G )

From Acre and a Half blooms, representing every ly 70,000 persons were accommodated fortable living in peace time than in "Dynamite clears forests and farms I per cent over the corresponding year

Florida flowers, will every month What they saw Included v\ar. This statement is substantiated of trees, stumps and boulders. It arrests according to' a report by the Chicago
known variety
Takes More Than 400 bo entered in the South Florida Fan : An electrical plant capable ot in the American Magazines, by a \ fires in tha wilderness. It saved Automobile Club. This shows an Increase

Crates Cucumbers.It and Gasparilfa Carnival Flower show lighting a city of 30,000 people ; chronicle of what the force of chemicals Baltimore, San Francisco ind New over earlier figures, which indicated

competitions, February 3 to 11, Mis.T. pumps that handle 1,000,000 gallons :: has done. Much nioie than '500.I ,- Orleans in times of disaster. From a 20 per cent advance. Repoils -

puiposo to erst D. Waldie, superintendent, has notified of water a day; a refrigeration plant I 000,000 pounds of explosives were i the simple digging! of pots holes or from rail and steamship Inf5"

is not our tho muck lands Mayor D. B. McKay, director that turns out the equivalent of 122 used in the past :year, sufficient to I the splitting of logs, to the most titanic entering Miami show propoi tiollaVcinci '

any reflection upon to tons of ice every 24 hours; a laundry halter four billion tons of stone. engineering plans, high explosives eases. The Florida East Coast

of Hencliy county, but about, vre do the want prom in Cooperating chaige. with Mayor McKay, that does 63,000 pieces daily; 'a "Explosives," the article continues, once thought useful in war Railway has established one fast

tell you something equipped to handle only, are playing an unlimited part weeks earlier than usual
found of success Mis. Waldie arranged for added facilities private post-office "'Ciller ei:;ht tons of rock per pound train three

ises that arc to be down in the to accommodate the added 5,000 letters. between one midnight of powder. King Solomon voiked} in the march of piogiess." and has added coaches'to other trains

in tho Felda section, and the next, machines for putting to handle unprecedented traffic. All
this county. number of exhibitors to make displays I S .OOO men for seven years In his

southwestern section of a visit at the coming exposition. Several creases in close to. 300 miles of "tone quarries to build his templo. ... trains of the Winter schedule will be
It. /laS our piivilege this \\eck.: unique designs of flowers will trouses a year; elevators which during Heat, water, and wedges were used put on December 2. The Seaboard
to that section Monday cucumbers grow be an outstanding !feature this year. ten months traveled a distance King; Hiram, Solomon's contemporary AirLine Railway will inaugurate a

Among other crops attention ; greater than from the earth to tho with 40,000 men, unearthed only ao,- new train, the Florida Sunbeam, December

and thrive
was called: to a gentleman first ON THE JUMP cubic foot of air a minute ; and much year. Recently with 9,000 men armpcl other trains in its Winter sched
tho name of Mr. Drown we more besides. with dynamite on the same location, ule.

name we failed to get, but when who wo The ink is scarcely dry on some Almost before imagination can fin 2,500,00 tons of ore were taken out Miami hotels now open report an
tell the story you will Jules Verne dream before the thing ish sketching in tho details of some and from it 30,000 tons of copper wera increasing number of guests and

urcat modern dream fact comeS which
anyway.: reservations inquiries
mean had one itself stands In solid stone and metnl smelted. many
Mr. Blown along and : : Here it is.'. and Xew
hero goes. indicate that the Eastern
So in "cukes: ," as in the midst of lIS.I Dynamite, it is added, which come

and one-half acres short Of course Take: the dream of great Vertical into use just before 1SGO, Increased England States will be well 'reprp-

they are called for in power, I I Cities-giant metropolitan buildings SUBSCRIBE FOR coal pi eduction' from l ,OOOOOO tons sented. More people are going 'South

good cultivation soil to was back put: it, and when I housing whole populations Kccently THE CLEWISTON NEWS a year to more than 570,000,000. The i fiom the Middle West and far WestSSaansSffiSZESESSESSZaaaSEna I II

with .. good -- .
some .
gathered -,
the crop was finally.". u. ..U in.._It n nil___ ...?,- # ;:;,;':!$., !=. .' .!_?:... :J.l>UJ -"': .1:: i" ?; JI .':\-J = ;r: ''':r :r .J -.iRir';{"- Z : : ;: .l
"cukesthis :
crates of
1 1-2 acre plat- The .
eceptionr.l1Y good .-
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obtained .

price and Mr. Drown w. s enriched by sev.eral : : \ 1 ;V:<; : : ..j 'Jil

hundied dollars feral i"i: i; >, : > : "' :; '' : : tt ,., :; ,
man a111011; gev. : .! 4if:?; .f ,- ..:;: ;.: >. ... ... .. .
This is jnst one : I':; ; : /' PAY NEXT YEAR r-: 'il:,; :;;1,( : ; '
at growing ,; :< tr7 fi '( 4.: ( / 6.. ii'J" : ::: :': ; :: : : '.. '>; .:;. -
have made good : / .I;: :. : _: '., :: : ;. ;; : ; .J7 ;:. 'J' '- .-,.,'> '. :. '. -
who : : :I/1' \ [, ,,'; ; .; ; ; .:,!:- : ::., t.-
culces in the Felda seeUoll, of w11lcil _J.,.<, '.." ." r,I(_{ _.I.J:!:;{:..:::,{.I _..5;!;. .:..,.:":'JJ.......!"?-"V".. <':,."..... y.1-;}'...., _\" \'I."I"1': : -/.- ';<:... :..s'.. i.j,. .,1'_. ". '." ,'-,'.;," ", -
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an interest. ; ,, : / ( ..-t:! '': ''' "; 'r .:
we are goin:; to ten )'OU there :l1 e ,:. .;,". ;.:;. Keep your Christmas Cajli-you 1:(. '$.#I.:. ... .:;\i.I'"t.(; .\/: 4r"\Jr, .,';.. b"J: :Ir" _.i..t.tc r.. ::, '::"fU-;;";' ..'...' 313 1 1-2 CL'EMA'. T. STREET' '' :t. ,. ..
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story :. '- ..1' t. : .
ins what .ii .
who show any doubt about .. t...... .. may need it clsewheic-give the mostprecious ...JI i&'- ?.'''...'.'''. '' .'i'r..-f.:.,..""..'..f'.. :rooll. : .'4\y..:: .: 'fJI'F -,4.JI"'i--- :.. 7.J -<\:...:-.t j".. .. .:- .. ....-:
those to just sinl11h' ... "'-= .,.. ". ,'."' ;.oj. """ ".. .v.'q........\ ;-r-. }..:; ...; I \ ", : -, }. J. !.':
', we are going and of all Christmas : j "! ; .;fi't)! ;;: / :, h" West Palm I Beach. Florida' .. ') '7. ,
we sa J to J'ClC ,; ':.. lasting ;; -" ';" ". : -i : : ).
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1'equest that they pay a .isit : ;(.' .. "ct'g'<. ,:.''t.I.,..,!V.".: h -,. ..]' .f ".:;- :.:.' ..:. :(;: ; .
will 'see some ,. ".. ,!....- '. //n ..
Gifts .
rIght SOO1anl1 they I Iof :-..':'; -Jewelry. Just say Charge .,-:: _. (;. i ;;., '
da tomato, eg!; : / : . (" : :. :::.. : ::.
the finest cucumber. it" and will : "' ",,- :: fl C.-JI MARIE SH1FLETT, Manager. !. .' .
fiehls Uley '. -. '\ve arrange payments :\'\ Yf ... I'\ '.- .
Irish potato I <\ ? p : .. : .: ; .
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ever saW, for they arc bus ilgw | .' -t :.''.: NEXT YEARly in weekly or month1&hr&'}&/?y .&&.j.jJ&**' l.. / A l > //Af90 :. > \,< .. 'J" ;,.. J;" ': \.. '.

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Flov.Mrds ] ; :: :
the South : .,, a1. <. /<: :. .:,. \. \; .. ,., .
now on dis Pla> { 1 {.-:: ; :'l'-I'I' l' I ; [,;. ., : .. ,. .. ,. ': ',. ... ..-. ..- '' ..' \r:i5J .
and Gasp3.rilla Carnival .1_, '.. .". .. -d.If( -- : t r.' ')
i' ir i)
ida } the la* ; <: .. .
becinning \ 14.
Is rapil11r / : ,. .v, ..7.
avian' exhibit in the state, ': -' <<:..4l. 4 ,..,1 :>t {
. est wll d fowl in charge, ::' :;Atk 1. ::1l5D '

",.:'.:.' Edgar 1125 advised E. :Wa11 boaid,variety director member 01 wild ;'\lICI<, I' :. \ c. fi ililliQ ::...;:<;..::.:.;:.:.:...:..:;,....;..:....,:. :::::::::..:...;..:.:.:.:....,:.:.:::..::.::.:.:.:.::.:.:r:.:.:I!; ............... '
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fowl, geese, pbeas. .. "''II 1'.1: It1C : ;I 111! :I"'Cil' ,.. : ; : i: r' ;:" :: L ; : '
pe:1: 1'\\ I c'

.: quail ant ,>, 'macaws turke 'S, being coclcntoos shown amI with other ad, ', :'1 '::' ::11! t! \ I (l 'Y1.1 1. r 1:1: I"! < 1:1: dtt; "i1<. I 5t. if : '. tf1 I I! '.I : .

; specie are nOW .' k

'=;-.::. ditional t11e next shipments few weeks.F to. arrive during : ; : %a ,

Four beautiful flamingoes An ELGIN for JiER This and many An ELGIN for HER This and ma '

":> presented to :Mi". 'Vall for the other styles in 7-jewel other styles in 15-jewcl $ t'1.C.? ;; :; .
An 5LG5i! !
been for HIM .
add. $2 750 ,
:.: -15-jewel .
.!''.:. F lr's aviary and these wiU e ClI' mcr.t. E-r.cty! Sen move- .modelsat.( .. . . . models, atYOUR. . . .g.' 'J. ._ ,!.....<./...""',..

(. ed to the conectlon as soon as obtained a '>. like cut . r . . :iJ L > 750 YOUR OWN TERMS .. OWN TERMS ... ':,.t.l"":; ': :t.-:: '. .
is ; : Ii .
. :- permit rJ 2 . .. :; ; '. : <..,
go\"ernment 1'' :-: r } -
:::.. ban export thent Irom the Islaud. Two ,... '. (' -.:." '. ..' YC'J.l. OWn u 1'f".J.-: !\\i! < g ": : I'j'' ,. .. fIi -:, ,. .\...,.. .' .'.<.--.A.;: : :)
.. to [rien,1s In HOI' : .1 ':.' ..... ., .. m'I ll I ., .' Jm I.);: ill \ri.\ .. .:.:. :
11Y ...... TZnjVjifea .:J : : .; j.-t. f
promised j \7.
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storks. wblle ne O- .' co.; :.i. ,,} ,' : : ,";"! .;J:: I I, j .- 1 I :t'-? 1oo'i1j.: "" .. :i ". ,". ...
( expected : ,,_ d ..:: -: .. t..
: :
i land. are also big ,;a. I .' "., .. .., I IiJ 13_ .!: .....;....::.':>:: -. ." .\:,. r..I Jf ..y.",. 'f.. 'Sr.iil" '. .:'j5 \ ..

> are underway for a ....froU1 .. .. ......",.:' "
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H t paT 'ots to be shiPlle. I.' ;- '';:' ; :;: :f' : BULOVA "Sky-King"! -17-jewel, t w 0- :.,: t0:> :-t\\.. .. '.<. ';VIA ::

,America. .j \ ::;/ :' 1i' fkiJ : ) .
South : tone gold model. The newest 50 ; &r ><.
J 'J .
1"i' $46 f\. .or. .
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, HINTS TOPUMPIUN HOUSEWIVES ." ( J.. .' ,. \ :" '
) YOUR OWN TERMSGenuhie ; :
: ;\ : : -f \ ,o'I" ;/ : .
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::. PIE TIME .. .'( ...: Gent Birthstone Rings- bluc-wlilte C-:: ,.t \1\' \ '-. .: &..,...1\. ...
;:J D il .. \ :-'. .. .J..
Very newest. 18kt.a o Your Own ,... ; "!. ,
-- .. diamond. : ; 10 :( :
'.. .. :!. .:l gold mountings . A O Teims. '-. t' mr' t :;;f;;.' f". :;'IIt.:1. ; \' (:'ff.J.f: :. ., .'.1'.
lips, : V11 ; .- : : :
the : 7iI !
What moistens '. oj. \ .. .. { $1 .. .
., Your Own Terms k. I {:: ;;."H '. .. .. \
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.. What biightens; the eye, I ,. p.: ... .r"t..... roo.'I; \ .. : "" 'I -" ,
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back the past : ,, : .
What calls ir .
I :' GENUINE BLUE. W HIT E .= ,. ,. ; '. ; c::: :
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LFke .rich pumpkin DIAMOND SOLITAIRE at one .. ... ." .. ..., .. ...f. j .
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d'L Whitticr. .r" ..' .1 : of the most popular gift prices.WE y._.. "" YOUR OV/N TERMS3ULOVA .....'J .<. ,'..:. -:. .,.

.:'l" ) The godlen yellow pumpkin, or cuP .' ,, ,'::,::..... _.' arrange the terms so con- 1 ) "' ::.)- { ("' \ "
:..n :;.... "Pi-esidest" 17-J ewe . i .t1'\ :; /'..:,' :
'/0 sliaw, such a symbol of the autumn : .i... .:. ',.. veniently for you. curved to, fit the wrist. Exactly 4 >:,l I( ;;:<.tif .- ?'..;. : : :.:
: "
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J'J' .harvest to the thankful Pilgrims, ca :-/. :;,;, : 0 .t.i.r' .. :-. .:-"' r;
n1 "'.: : l\.ecu t . . . . -; :
.. into delicious pie that . _.. ,; : :
'oIbe made a O -
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Thanksgiving .
"'1 j be a favoriate at any ) :; '
f. 'j. .. Your Own ... !.J.6frr. !:; I $ 'I 7....!) J .-.1
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: bedeck will .
: .
;' tndl nner. Tilany." such pies jj| t.' Terms .v. .' .:.. { :
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:I f r theJtables. this : 5ear Amends reiinilo i' ..r ''; rrJ&'l -.;.-... \? H\s'\\ : =," ; .if : The' famous BULOVA: "!.!!ssv ;.:.- :>.

: to. enjoy. a. day of Thanksgiving I '_ _. -" ffl-<" '!=t1J :;. "J, Libsrty' cxsctJv; liia '.cut. 15- :". ::.-;'...;'.':-.:. ;
] ; ; ,' .: fYcstfield & n.'" Q, 1 i"' I ]C7cl Nationally.. r.ilvcrt.rcdCASH ::: i" .'. : : "' "
dining, and merriment. .... cJ u t :.*.. .. ":'> .' -. ,.,. ..'' ; '':'
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:: BY :'j2..zZ.7' ..::::7...,... ... .p.5.. J "".... .... .; "- '.:
Two o'r111e'most I. mistakes .. ORDER ::. _._ ,. J.'" :;;-n--:.(....:.. ._ -;.. Ycmr. Cr.i. .:.....r.1""AIL' .....- ... .> ':' -A;.
.common. ,., .?' ( 'J ,, ", ,.:.. : < :
I : y ;;
., in ,mo'kin. ?. pumpkin. .. piesfaie_. e\ccs \ '.:\< 1I .,...f..: '.- s-:1':: ... ." ..: ...: ....'.-. "" ..
.1' hive"\ ) '' } \ \ :. ) .'!,. & '\ S""OCv, OROO'"rF; 1.i.D '.' ',:. ; : '. :,;'
) I"
: 1. -
.. .1\\ I. ." ,.baking' .. !. and, I .. over.". drugging:' ; with 5- : ';". '. Irnrn '4r 'E" for the rough / ':I' t :>. -.'...'.., c. ..:.
ft i/ "The American Boy" ,
apices. Too muph. flavoring! will deshoy ..:, : : ', :. .;<: ... '! .' : ..,.. .
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: ? : ,j ; \t I .. ) : '. ..;;' f. "1P and ready boy. ?: (: "'."IJ\"":!'. h..'. .. "' j.- _. ..... *:
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the original choice ta.sle or .tl. t :. .:.. :" lr< .4 9r :
11t. f'I1\
j : ) If" I \ .1" : '< ;c. : i l. Nationally advertised price, ; 1f.i; : %Pp.e.-.s; : ;:
1.,1 pumpkin., To prevent. excessive! le'l.E (, .-ii..: Dinner Ring-3 match : : ", .:' : ; .
) I \ I I ( OWN TERMS !t 1:: { }: 1'; ,1. :
; ... ., ., .
,. ,', !ing jemove the pie .from tlie I ed blue-white f4, 1 ". .. .-.Ii' "f. .. -,,' ."'. .
(; "J I'; ,. oven: asjifsoon .1. ..\_ : 7 1..."' I'YOUR!J ;.'f.J ; :> )..: ; \ !\ :- .< ,:- ..
as the. filling fiira.fi I '.' diamonds . t..J1 fiE' \ ;J J!: : i '" "
\ : .., has 1 baked : r 11' I C.AItt .mLT BUCE 1 /:: f'f. Wi" .: ;

., ; ; Further, :baking 1?I' at.. causa the I :;:; ;. YOUR OWN TERMS r .. :,r1.' ':-.. ;!] .F LIGHTEIS m019 SET3 'r':'->-'-::::: -:.'....;.:;-. ,:.:,----.; :"::. r .:)' '" ...- ..

'I L pio. to' ,..becomq,'.watery. .. ; ,,.1.. .. 1 '. "I f .: f1(-$ '!'}!I .rany styles; many steli Wor.-rul silvr n.r''Y: ; J <" .! [:70: .''. ,, ;.,-,:' '.:,.. ..

,', .. .,' !; ; f ..OlO1"S. "I,..."s. y .. : : 1".1'-/1'/ .r ; MakftiQ! the Filling 1 ; I Stick Pins Genuineblue ) ...;p '
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)J' T 'InIi'or i ,'.making the filling the ,' :\ I white diamond : $D : 1 V .' I. .,... 1th;' ',
followIng'iecipe ; ;>.

'. ', "' .' and procedure 1 is. iccom- 18-k t. gold ? 9 !;; Y cur Own Terms 1:0,1' OW!) Ter", .. ... :en13. -. ,C'lfuo: !:':!. '. '-', ,''.'. '.,' ... .
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.mended: ,Mlx> 1.' cup brown sugainiteaspoon I \: 1 mounting . < <*-) : ; .. .' -'>' .' 'l- ". :. .,. '.. : J." .:.. -'. .-_. .: '

__, ... '., salt 1-2 'teaspoon. J ''cinnamon'. I' _YOUR_ OWN TERMS J t3 I. I ,:.:.>.i >-/. :;'.:\F: { l{>.' !. :.
!_' l'J'. (enspoon 'ginger, 4"f ','. -
and 1- Idaspoon <:' .: :. t't, :. ; ;
II 'nutmeg.'Add: two I I : AMD OPEBATSD'R-. .1':1. : u..I.oJ.PAJ: __':"7T' _.?... --r-.f.: : ..'
,. steamed ;: J. -J."
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j.. ". -.and: :.,.;..'strained. '1'\\ pumpkin" .2''eJI'' .. .'. !ueatennn I t.,... ----" i, '\. \' '//M[ /. ,.,. :[ 'SltTBV : : ) c' ..'

,.a I..". 1-2" "cups' milk; and. 1-2\ .. ,cup, 1 I ''d' ."' ""."I Jf@J'J TI..Jg tt- 0;> j"',.r."rL. 1. }J..0 ".7S.

.. J'i. ); .,cream..q,
."r f'''r.n, (? a, llio, .nl'.t e <.witu- pastry, . .. ... o'b ,6'h f': _r'1 I'p.
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Mid lrui] ,the.. )pastry pvor :with n, \ I..,'' ; 'J"'I', ) ry"/lt-/ I :: "' ::::;;.---.r,'li' I "....."--. ,,.-.....-..'="- F-7.1 .- ..-' ,PIlr;;#
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a tpuHefs cannot be persuided to ,

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stead of being penalized, hampered cies or class of property from taxation debate team, coached by Mrs F. J.

: CHAMBER OF burdened, and butchered as is the and levying taxes upon some Routon, which won the State High

case in many other States: and other class of property, or by findingnew School Debate Championship at the

COMMERCE PASSES "Whereas, Florida continues to in- sources of revenue, but that the University of Florida: In 192930. When

vite outside capital into the State only manner in which proper relief the team carried home the state

and pledges Itself to protect the : can be granted Is by fixing the maxi- prizes presented by the General Extension -

SOME RESOLUTION same after it is invested; and. mum amount of fees payable to Division of the University,

and, county officers in any one :year, by sponsors of the Interscholastic Con-

the abolition of unnecessary commissions -I tests, Miss Cosper was in popular
the magni-
"Whereas because of
JACKSONVILLE, Dec. S. The useless offices, bureaus, courts demand for a series of speeches both -
ficent manner In which Florida liau II Talk about the proverbial "sweettooth" Ingredients
Florida State Chamber of Commerce etc., by the abolition of numerous In school and before civic groups. with an eye to cost, flavor
successfully gone through the past -most of us have not one, but healthfulness
la annnal session at West Palm I small municipalities, by the One of these talks delivered before and appearance.
five years of trouble, vicissitudes and consoli-I 32 of them, which nothing pleases How to
Beach last Tuesday went on record dation of small counties, the Miami Kiwanis Club, so demon- Avoid "Sugaring"The
disasters, over which its people had more than candy! The very word sets
by the passage of a formal resolution"as drastic reduction of expenses, State, strated her characteristic ability to great fear of amateurs Is that
no control, we have more confidenceIn the palate tingling, and since the dietitians their candles
will "
being opposed to any amendment county and city.: hold the Interest of an audience, thatIt "turn to sugar.
our State and its resources, In its tell us that candy is a valu- To avoid this, to
of the State constitution which will resulted in the gift to Miss Cos- keep them from be-
"Be it further resolved. that copiesof
I fundamental soundness and Its future able fuel food with a legitimate placein coming
permit the State To issue any bonds than over before. this resolution be sent to the gov- per of a scholarship to the State Col- the diet, if eaten with moderationand syrup in coarse all or grainy, use corn:
recipes in
or Incur any Indebtedness for pur ernor of the State and members of lege. which It Is ap-
resolved that the we may welcome the propiiate. It Is bit
"Therefore, be it a of failure-iusur-
poses other than are now provided his cabinet, to the speaker of the Miss Cosper, who is small and approaching holidays with
of Commerce ance, which, coupled with
Florida State the
therein, it was announced here the blond, use of
House of Representatives and "has a way with her" before molars!
itself squarely on record: a candy thermometer Insures
yesterday.The places president of the Senate, when the an audience. Practice in inter-school com

text of the resolution present.cd "(1)) As being opposed to any coming Legislature organizes, and to I debates and other public speaking When our grandmammas made plete success. Too, corn syrup is
at the meetnig by Col. Peter O. amendment of the State constitution the press of the State." activities has developed in her a mag only "pull candy" and carried honTo being a mixture of pure

Knight of Tampa was made public which will permit the State to issue i I netic platform presence and an abili- a little "poke" of sweets when tho carbo-hydrates, half of which are In

and Is as follows : any bonds or incur any indebtednessfor MIAMI GIRL WINSSCHOLARSHIP ty to think logically. These attributes weekly bill was paid, candy was a the form of dextrin, the most easily
rarity and a luxury. assimilated of all. A thorough beatIng -
"Whereas, within the past nine purposes other" than are now provided enhanced by a wholesome unsophisticated N9it's cheapto
creamy fudges Is another factor
make and to buy. The purchased -
Tears more than two billions of dollars therein; charm, have broughther of
I _____ candy Is now made under the mostsanitary success.
four more of training alofTg
of outside capital has been Invested years
.- "((2)) That, except in some admini-
conditions, from the whole- Creamy Fudge
in Florida, such investment Charming CoOwes whatever line she ,chooses.CAN'T .
detail matters, such as
strative and 3
some ingredients we use in our kitchens + cups sugar
being largely due to the fact that
Florida the equitable and proper assessmentof College Careers To corn syrup and sugar the best 1-4 cup dark corn syrup
has constitutional
a provision WASH OR WEAR OFF
tangible real and personal property chocolate, fruit, nuts and cocoanut. 1-2 cup milk
prohibiting the State from issuingany Debating.Miss .
laws to
and the strengthening of 2 squares chocolate
bonds or Incurring any indebt- force the collection of taxes so as- Fashion reports indicate a rapidly To the possessor of a knowing 2 tbsps. cooking oil .

edness except for the purpose of repelling sessed, our form and scheme of taxation Mary "Alice Cosper, of :Miami, growing interest in lustrous finished sweet tooth, however, there's nothing 1-2 tsp. salt .

an Invasion or suppressing which has been called by emi- popular Co-Ed at the Florida State oxford cloths for sport dresses. The so satisfying as the home-made 1 tsp. vanilla.

'an insurrection, had because of its I nent financial ,experts of the United College for Women, owes her oppor- so-called finish is not, in fact, a fin variety. It's the first thing the future -

magniticient scheme of taxation and States the best of any State in the tunity for n college career to her out- ish but an inherent and permanent cook wants to make, and the one Place sugar, syrup, milk and choco-

its entire freedom from nuisance Union, should be kept Intact and not standing success in 'High School De- luster obtained through durening the delicacy that Dad_ and Brother will late cut in seven or eight pieces, in

taxes; and"Whereas altered or changed; bate. cotton threads used in weaving the attempt. The secret of candy making heavy saucepan and stir over fire until -
i Is
"@ capital invested in this "((3)) That no relief can bo had for Miss Cosper was a member of the materials. Thus It doesn't wasli'or consists mainly of following the recipo melted.sugar Let dissolved and chocolateis
to boil
State has been and Is protected in the taxpayer by eliminating one spe Dade county Agricultural High School wear .off. to the letter and of choosing the er one minute.come Remove a cover and cov-and

.._ -, cook without stirring until syrup will
I Rr..7T11'p1{iaLY7-W213.O7JIRO.r-"r.' flWb !ttLT.Z1__ 'n '""'- LO.ao
: form a soft ball when tried in cold

!, ''I water, ((238 degrees F.). Remove

; i!:I, lTT.iattCfEiS C Is (Sd1hii! Q M. Ch:IriS G) t m.as G

,, ,,' ., 'I mixture is thick and feels bare-
'':".' ly warm when touched with
( : the fin-
.,i::. '" 'I ger. Stir until mixture loses its

.r-:_.i, ";, j 1'. and; ( ,.beifejf) \Chrciiinra I : Gifts for Less Money pan look before and is this creamy.point Do no not matter put shiny how-Into

rf, ;.'" .: '- ." thick fudge seems. Pour into oiled ....

f}:' :' :': ,.,,: /::,!.,' ., Prices are DOWN Pt H tchts This year ;you can buy MORE Gifts and BETTER Gifts for less money! pan and when English cool, cut Toffee in squares. ,_

: ... :: '. Gift selections are more complete than ever-more attractive than ever and more acceptable than 2 cups sugar:
1 1-2 cups light
corn syrup .
: .'. '." .' ever! Thoupsnds of thriftily alert shoppers are coming to Hatch's for BETTER GIFTS! 1 1-2 cups thin cream

., ;.! 1-1 ,
I '. '. WI tsp salt .
.. : ilII t 2 tbsp. corn oil 1 ,
: ;;
,I rl r: i' :' : .Glift,8 for : 1 tsp. vanilla.

:(-{w-. .r,...;$.{' H J..:. ri ...:: JN... r.3. ';,l;. ..:.1y. *SY! .l'-1!:; II r Everyone Put sugar, syrup, cream, and salt
...'., ;J\ :) ; ; / vV .x;_.:_;,:'.,,\.f Jj.. .iU\.--1,1 I'I into saucepan and stir over fire un- .

i L I. Li. ;?;; btr!(;/f.rf:'i} "" .{' ..}';.'j:'";= J' At Prices You Want til sugar is dissolved. Cook to temperature -
... :\ ; 'I to !
t' r ) ,.. 1- 1'I .Pay ,
fI.4rA.. ".: .t: :. .111"J. ; If.ijj" i ; ''''' .f:'J.t...: < ; I t 250 degrees F. or until a
l 4. .
1 :lI :t;,. k tti.lf n .' firm ball will
J.I; 1/1 1 /1'h' -- ""'--;. 4 '.," ,' t ,,,", B S''is.\ ', ...... I I form in cold water.
l I ; ": \ f 'i.... }J; 'j kl !\ Stir quite often, as it scorches easily.
'..:!t''I..1'1! 1) '1'// .)fu '.4"f'P''( '): 'tt ", .

I '..;.,- ,. '}1 l l r>'''): j' ..- ;;':..J .,../.Fa '\.. \ 1'rJ1f.l/fjJ.?,,r.; ..v ':}". /4'ro;..... 1 I .:: .:. ;':; ;. Here are Only a Few! Add temperature oil and 260 cook degrees a little F.longer When, to a
: (
r ;+;!jJf' .. ;]'tfZ 6 :> V hard
, "" '. ball will form,
.Ii add
I -- .s.;; "' and
'. h im t } II. \ ": -, Handkerchiefs? for Everyone IVORY TOILET SETS pour in thin layer on oiled slab or'

"1 1\ .., 't( :. \ c, : \\r: .. 25c to baking sheet. When cold, break in
41 1 I po :<'t t. 1'''{ ?h<:1 $1.00 $3.95 to $15.00

,f .. l.r 11 tj- .I:&. ::;'J/-of.. :....;..J pieces. Yield: about 2 lb-3.

: r y.I : I SCi\RFS-Silks or Woolens BATH SETS Fondant ,
:I \ .1\ ,, 2 cups .
I.:., ... '\ ... \ ....,.. I $2.50 to $4.50 59c to $2.50 1.2 sugar
'I 11::;'" i'S:;... .... I. ., cup water
'' a
t .1 .rj"r,... .'..; "t 2 tbsps, light corn
.... ,-- ... ; JEWELRY for Costume FANCY'TOILETRIES syrup:
tt "" ... ..... --=;;, ,.,.;" Every t 1 tsp vanilla
"f. : :: : -- I
t11t11. ..... .;;.:\, ;.;. ... $1.00 to $5.00 59c to $5.00
'J l Put
.......-.---....- .- I '. sugar, water ana syrup Into
'" saucepan and cook, stirring constantly -
; I'I'f'( SILK. UNDERTHINGS IMPORTED PERFUMES until sugar is dissolved. Remove

f\ ru1tSJtiTr0!; ] II $2.50 to $25.00 $1.00 to $50.00 spoon and do not stir candy again

\ during cooking. When candy beginsto

BATHING SUITS SILK STOCKINGS boil. cover saucepan and cook for;,

Jolly old Saint Nick is here in person ever I I $5.00 to $7.50 $1.00 to $2.50 three minutes. Remove cover, continue

day from} 3 P. M. to 5:30: P. M. and.on Saturdays cooking, until temperature 238 degrees -

'I. .:- from 10 A. LI. to 6 P. :M. Come in and I I I PAJAMAS-Beach or Lounging GLOVES of all Innds F., is reached, or soft ball

$10.00 to $25.00 $2.00 to $12.50 stage. Remove from fire and pour at
see him-he has something for you. .
.U I \\1 once on cold wet platter. Cool. Beat

t I SWEATERS Coat Slip-on BOUDOIR SLIPPERS with spatula until creamy. Add vanilla -
:: ]) :j] I or
s b.!3 lJi0 r l LJJill11.Jtdbren I ( i i 5 $3.50 to $7.50 $1.85 to $7.50 and knead until smooth. Put awayto

; ripen. .
'l J : ( '!jl 1
: iciia@! j i.. 2 cups sugar '
I 85c to $2.00 $5.00 to $15.00 .
;,;I' 1 cup brown sugar -""
;1- -
: : lb i Giveaa( ": i 1 cup light corn syrup
'.1 : ; \ e ( I \V PEWTER ROBES 1
cup cream 'I'
"" 1. i. t I .. I $1.25 to 5.00 $7:50: 2 cups milk

-,' 1". 4'a y, r\I'it : -I" _f"\\ .\,;,\: LAMPS of all kinds Children's Apparel Gifts 1-2 cup butter
I .; -I ; II 2 tsps. vanilla
I jc1 I f $2.50 to $15.00 $1.00 to
I $15.00Children's
' I.. F'L\ I I _. "l" 1 pkg. dates, sliced.

j t :Ftij Put all the ingredients, except
i' vanilla into a saucepan and cook, stirring

/:1. ij iji. : : l : to $5.00 95c to $3.50 constantly. over a low flame un-_

I til candy forms ball in water ((246 de-
Fine Silks for Dress Lengths
grees F.) Remove from fire, add vanilla
I I $2.95 to $15.00 $1.39 to $8.50 yard .
i. -.1 Cthc1GetOeHyL and dates, turn 51 once Into

fl PARASOLS And hundreds of other lovely gift slightly greased pans. When cold re-
move from the cut into
pan. squares

.;':. -- oJj.1 j..-..-.....,,,..:,-.........-.,:,1111,..,,.....',,,,...........,,,,...,,,.1.....II.111.11111It11111 .. I,i $2.95 to $5.00 articles ". with hot knife and wrap. Yield: 2 1-;i


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1r.Th'_1 f 'rd L AM I U! > -' I I II The CHRISTMAS idea of making IS COMING Christmas a

rir: ; happy adventure that lasts all day

,fi I Particular Men Prefer Gifts long, full of delightful surprises for

Ethaitith) ,. ;. I everybody: with carols in the morning -

., I l II filled stockings on the doorknob:
I from the Hatch Men's
ShopMen's V a family turkey, wreaths, garlandsgay

l OSasnoroTustColorfnol and festive, is an Atlantic City
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device that has been tried, tested and
jJI furnishings in the Men's Shop are selected with a definite knowl-
proved for several Many families -
I + ? edge of what men wear. Quality is the first consideration. Here you will from Washinton years., New York,

:: I find a host of attractive and acceptable gifts for "him" that are sure to Philadelphia and other cities go to
81' .
Dolls} please. Haddon Hall now every Christmas.
urn t t ure, Dishes, Games, Airplane -
They declare that they find there all
?, Dirigibles Automobiles Trucks
charm of Christmas at home,
II Fire Engines: Trains Drums ]Blocks Animals the a
inc.I all the gaiety, all the comfort
! 1"\ of all l kinds-in fact everything irne I I friendliness-without the trouble and

: : '. I 3gin2hJc d } in xniriature! Clematis h Telephone the attendant exhaustion. In addition
: I Olive tc 8181 ,
I a 5 there is the beauty of the sea, the
f lip. ., .
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: 'fl'I' J.: ovs, from 25c to) $I JLfc <0 I' crispness of the air, the brilliance of

j. 00(1I I.... the Winter sun.

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arguments offered you ever want to wander? .
; Published every Friday at are many His sales of butter at 9 cents ,a Never
'a I
of the financial ,i I more worry or to ponder?
Clewislon, Florida. for the betterment have offered, n t. I Airmont (N. Y.) voters authorized I Ohio, walks 120 miles 3 Lines i : pound led to Joseph. Miller's arrest Do yo.i: want a sunny clime,
'_/ ,situation, but none appropriation of $137,000 for a week to attend a business college.. I
an on a charge of robbery, at Reading Where
:... LOUIS A. MORGAN .... PublisherP. solution so far. It is a fact that there you're happy all the time, ..'
; school building, but at the same
new Pa.
Where each morn the
depression. l.'lmes- sun rise- )

: /1. RUHL ..,.................. Editor or getting has been better a, and will_ continueto time defeated an appropriation ot Of the 1,080 female students at I To smile all day upon the sky?
.: are $30,000 for ground on which to build Smith College, Noithampton, Mass, For the fouith time Fred Starke of Do you want to
see things
until normalcy Is reached, green
the Postoffice at do so
Entered at
i,,!, .' 11. 366 do not smoke according to a recent Fort Dodge: Iowa has won the nrMonsil Growing nil the like
Iston, Florida, iis second class matter. but this end, :will be attained survey. -' :
:sooner if people will get to doing instead corn-husking championship ot Do you like to see eaVn nite
At Lake Worth, Fla.. jobless union '\America Stars
SUBSCRIPTION RATES a tvinfcllns with delight?
of advising. An editorial,, we : i
have leased a 50-acro I For- the theft of 40 cents, 31.year-
One Year ....:..........?.......:::.............. ?2.5u quote from the Knoxvllle, (Tenn.) carpenters Do you like a big, full noOllPeeping'
farm which they are cultivating old Anthony Guililiano, of New York.
Affection for the old Dane
Six Months ....................;..............: 1.50 Journal speaks right out in meetin' : upon ) maision i in your sleeping room
vegetables.Jack N. :Y., was given a 7' 1year prison: .
at Alfred, Me. where her father Do
Three Months .............................:... .75 with the following: ______ I :you want: to see a lake
._- --- Talking about the returnof" pros sentence. and mother first met, has led Mr: I With big fish in It to take?

,',,:... ADVERTISING RATES Now" campaigns and. Wllhelmlna Picklss, o! H. A. Bcale to arrange for. Its removal .. i jDo you want your gun to shoot
rerlty, advocating "Buy .
:''; Forty-five cents per inch. No discount and advising what others Springfield, :Mass., asked the' court tol I I Curiosity led Darcy Wilson, of Paterson to her home, at Kansas City, I At some turkey, deer or coot?

r.: : for plates. No special position. should do to restore the normal flow change their surname to Pickford be- !i N. J.. to don feminine' appaiel Mo. Do you like: to hear tho breeze

/., \ ,. guaranteed. All advertising copy of business, are not harmful gestures cause they are humiliated by the 'I and enter a theatre to see a show I I Sighing in the rubber trees?

4 .- must be in this office on Wednesday I mirth their present name provokes advertised "for women only. A If f Then here's the place
; but they are not nearly so effective I Although he Is 77 years: old/'II. \V.
before issue of I among acquaintances. I dy usher became suspicious when sheI The only one,
paper. .
actually doing something. Warden
:: I as of near Marion, Ohio, recently I
; -_ 1 saw Wilson's big feet and called, a So ship, your trunks' to Clewiston
: I ;
; Chevrolet Company one cut S cords of wood which he car.I' ;
Dogs that accompany their owners policeman who ejected the bogus lmale. < Here's where you'll
:;,\. The Miami Post says, "the other the General Motors units, is perform i i a distance of 40 rods to his hom< have :your fill oC
"' directing to a London (Eng.) theatre, are rled. I fun, .
f. day while a policeman was fur, not merely talking. I I' I
1:'> y traffic he stuck his. arm 'out. a little While others' arc talikng about Hot- parked on the roof of the building. I "Tho Martin" automobile newest Basking in the'summei' sun. f
Firemen extinguished! a blaze that For here have winter
too far and an Austin car ran up his tor business. Chevrolet is going after I I bantam cur, will' be made at Hagen- we no time,
Thqir argument upon the evolution started at the Melrose (Mass) city We always have a sunny clime.
..i'r.,,'/ sleeve. it. I town, Md. It has half the parts of '
.' I of ,man ended tragically when Henry I hall, when a pigeon carried a lighted( .A'nd if'you want your fill of funs
:" The tenor of all the addresses at 1 the average automobile, seats 3 persons -
I his brother cigarette stub to its nest on the Come down!
has adopted a Baterick shot and killed on to Clewfston.
Tarpon and sells at
the Knoxvllle division conference ot I
hie unique method: of supply toys 'to the I Chevrolet dealers yesterday was that Ferdinand, near Ulster, Pa. building.Fishkill. I .. 1 George S. Smith.

:'"''' many children whose parents are notable of confidence and aggressiveness. It -- In her effort to elude mousiMrs. I
be- People of Paris, France', witnessed N. Y., will not collectIilu- Soon work will begin the two
i/d. to them. The plan as on
give I .
is to be, expected that other automobile I Fred Schell, of Yakima, Wash.
sand-storm recently when strong nlclpal taxes in 1931 because the I projects: of the Fort Myers-Weal Palm
barrels ,
t". ing carried out is to set empty : manufacturers will have to KOftp" leaped onto a table! which tilted and "

es.I' on the principal corners or the ... imsinp "! In the same way if I winds carried sand from Sahara. Des- town has sufficient money In' the sent her crashing through the kitcl Beach. Highway, the contracts> having
'': : streets, thus giving those who have: ert, Africa, to that city. treasuryto pay all its running isx been let on the 8. This,is encouraging -
: I hov keen un with Chevrolet. en. window. The woman's wounds
posses for another year. and the work will be rushed
last Christmas as
left from ;
over toys Instradl of rpflncinrc their forces of -:C1'C trpt'i hi a hospital.
_; them in the barrels, when the I When. Jack Carrol and' ,Vi11t"1 i rapidly as possible.
,' dron
I : nlesm n. .Chevrolet is emoloyins I .
Junior Womans Club 11lartin found and returned a wallet The Chilean Government has 01devPd -
/: members of the mom; salesmen. Instead of waiting for : .ATifauiot.-' revealed. that the heartof "
;:r' them for- distribution which contained $1.500 to the owner the newspapers of that country > Many rumors are afloat regarding '
!::, get Drew who died at .the y
iiies Henry
, .;: iMi to come back toy them age
11"'-.' In Philadelphia, Pa., they received fr) : to print less crime news. I the government work on Okeechobee
Chevrolet dealers are going out after -I of 73 years, In Weymouth, England,
ftt: Not since the Standard Oil cents each for their honesty. dikes and improvement of Caloosa-
long it. And best of an. G*. M. A. C., I : : was on the right side of his'chest.. '
Company ordered a dividend of over Death having removed parental .ol hatchee river, hence It is hard .to
'lie powerful financing institution ,
",.' three million for its stockholders Gordon Patterson of Ashtabula, jection to their marriage, Joe Davis give authentic news just now The -
General Motors. is mani-
allied with
> from business done during the present : ----- and Virhula Seaward. of Orovillc, A bed that formerly belonged to government ,will carryn just as
ro -
a tendering
license tag !
: ,' year, and yet people say this is Calf, were ,wedded. atfer -a 42-Y carl John Adams, second Persident of the rapidly as possible, however, and the,
.1QW motor soles: of Chevrolets. G. :M. amount under the law. His contentionin i '
f'. a most depressing time when as a betrothal. \, United States, was sold for $1,625 'at great work will be completed you
.\. C. believes. in the American people case he meets with a refusal, will I _
:;.: matter of fact the public are the ones I I an auction in New York, N. Y. can rest assured. -
"Md ronseauently i is willing finance be that no tax receipt is required 'n LI ,
Ii:. who pay this dividend. I\ Because baseball has become veryi --
heir purchases of Chevrolet cars on +!1931 and that It is a license for 1131 I ,
------ i popular] In Cuba, the Southeastern: The vicar of St. Michael's Church, The warning has been given in the
terms that can be ''met without diffi- lie seeks and lie is prepared to go in-
f "Florida is in a better economic Baseball League, of the United( Oxford, En?.., permits tfie choir boysto east: but we want to keep you in,.

> condition than most states 'in the culty. to court(; to compel its issuance. States, plans to add another club tits read thrilling stories during! the touch with the fact that you must'
'Knoxvill'v the headquarters for The outcome of this plan will be
( Union and faces a bright business I organization by placing a 'team 1 In; sermon period.Aftoi" pay your personal tax before you can
division Chevrolet watched with much interest by auto .1
ai large served by _
:; future," says Whitney STone, New the city of Havana. get an auto tag license. .
f :Motor; Company! and G. Mf. A. C., is owners all over Florida. The personaltax I I !
.. York, of Stone & Webster, Inc., own years research, Ales Hrd-
in having I autos and trucks will run into
" ers of Davis Island, Tampa. He went I exceptionally fortunate on I A woman in a London (Eng.) court licka, anthropologist of the Smithsonian "S!?eklnc: Florida Residence of
j local several million dollars. l
::' on to say. further: "For Wall street these institutions as virtually told the judge she was too sleep; I Institute, Washington;: D. C, Dead Relatives" is a Times-Union
sales of Chevrolet
leaders to say that a section of the i enterprises. All to testify because on the previous I concludes that the American Indianis headline that compliments the state

" country has a 'brilliant outlook' is' automobiles for a large area are WELL DONE_ HERALDIt night she had been unable to turnoff of Asiatic lineage. 'I most hi;hly. The gentleman must
the Knoxville office
one thing, but when they are wmInl cleared through the electric light and although have lived an' upright life if Floridawas

.; to back their judgment with mililpns find the financing of all installment is with considerable gratificationthat she had put up her umbrella and lay; The University of Chicago, 111., ha hfrre"; ,.. .-Leesburg:: Commercial. -

of dollars it is a true indication of purchases in this territory handled by we note the change to a certain under it in bed, still she could not eliminated the regular 4-year course Quite a unique boost. Gilbert.Arc'l .
,I I n. M. A. C. also are cleraed throughthe extent in the attitude of the South '
their opinions. i sleep. .... 'I and degrees areto be granted anytime ;
Knoxville office that institu-
of Jacksonville Herald toward Governor
a student can demonstrate that 1ia has turned the annual

The story reaches us. that some tiqn. I Doyle E. Carlton. It shows a spiritof Orrie Van Helclen appealed to ba has i mteretl the required workLaborr state pr1". meeting March 1o the

twenty ':years, ago a traveling sales- It may be forecast that there will fairness that we commend. Speaking I Elizabeth (N. J.) police to have his i University of Florida and it will, be

man out of St. Louis made a practiceof !>' an enormous volume of sales of of the pardoning of John II. Pope I ,sal:= l make amends for stealing Held >vs who dug iilO' an 'oli rl JieJrl, .it Gainesville. Now we'll. ,s"ee!

putting away every ,dime that came 'Chevrolet automobiles this year, be- 'the Herald has this, to say: .' pn's Wooden log and selling it to buy: cemetery when clearing: lands] at Sajopa j which attraction. greater, ,.a football ,
counted rvise the selling- orgnaization of that A majority of the- pardon board ', / -' skeletons or '
he gasoline ,
into his hands. Recently ,Meirojj. uncovered: gams or a convention of the

up the dimes and Is now on a six Mupany Is not' looking, back upon during the administration of two other giant: men averaging 8 feet in height," clan. Lpcsburg Commercial. They

months tour of the world.. Saving the i I I the wreckage of a depression, but is governors favored the pardon of A 'l'oUI1d deer witlr!) point anther buried tier on tier. I do! not play football in March. Miss

what looking forward across the inviting Pope, but the two former governors ,
dimes is counts. was shot and killed by M. J. r vey.
Fi i:"Id of new business that awaits harvesting feared the political results of a pardon
Hoff, near Orr, Minn. Royal, Booth, of Clinto, Mo., is.t le 1)
When it comes to real reasoning by those who go after it. and would not agree to it. owner of White Leghorn hsn th": I' Acconljng to statistics there are \

Arthur Brisbane: shows up big. Governor Carlton was brave enouehto Driving ,an old "flivver", which she< Plaid 342 eggs during a 365-day contest omethlnrr like) 4,000,000 unemployedin .

RESULTS ARE WANTEDWe agree to a simpel act of justice had bought for $25, Mrs. R. E. Graham : fip United Stntes. There are, however .

It is fine for the government to without regard to political consider 'S3 years old, of Port Angeles 40,000.00 employed. Advertiserswho

make large appropriations for helping notice in the papers daily tions. Wl"h., arrived in Akron, Ohio, after John Policy, who'began' his railroad tell you there is no money on

: out the unemployed. but unfortunately where big dinners have been held to We have had occasion at many n 3,000-mile trip, to visit her. broth career 29 years 'ago .as a $25-a-ontl1 :recount of unemployment should bear

the march of progress has I I I discuss the unemployment proposi times to severely criticize Governor I. l laborer' with the Anna ((111.) section this fact in mind.! .

gone on to such an extent that modern tion. Big money is spent for these Carlton, but our attitude upon these pang of the Illinois Central, is now I
machinery knocks many a laborer dinners and many suggestions are ottered matters does not prevent us from ; Faced with 'a jail sentence or the I the 7,000-a-month president of the J Reports come from the Everglades

out of a job, thus the program of but no jobs. Handling this commendation where commendationis ,bathtub, SO-year-old. Thomas Benn, or: New York, New Haven & Hartford section that the recent frosts and cold

government, will be handicappedto proposition Arthur Brisbane gives due and we unreservedly give it in I London, Eng.. accused of vagrancy, Railway have done eons'clerable damage. In

a great extent in funiTbhing labor I the--.following... interesting news: full measure in the case of the par- took his first bath in 20, years. ,, some Instances the mercury went

for its inhabitants.The I Russia's government may" fail and don of John H. Pope. I', Wail Yourkovich, of near Potts- down to 30, which Is freezing. The reports -
I czars come back, with gran'l dukesto After he puffed for 5 hours on a after lie that come-In are most of them
vllle Pa. arrested
Delray Beach. News says the take from peasants the lama they GOES TO WASHINGTONWe I .
cigar; which was 15 3.4 inches long forced a family to move from his unofficial, and when the final report
cost of operating that city has de, I thinfc they now own. -- .
and weighed 1 pound, Jose Garcia house In extreme cold weather when i Is made we trust the damage will
creased 14.5 per cent. Oother towns But some things that the Russians fell sure our readers will par- not be as'reported at
I Nr: njo was crowned champion he removed all the windows from the 1 nearly so great
might take notice of this fact. iI I ore doing, whether they fail or suc don us for taking a pride In reproducing "Smoker o t Seville, Spain. first. '

ceed should stir up useful thought in the following. taken from the home. I I _

California is a wise state, you other countries that think: themselves I. Avon Park .Times :)e" lUe we took '.: For some time a mysterious earth- Although he speaks 30 languages The Miami: Herald is an avowed

know. You hear so much about the superior, including this country.For an especial] pride in the :young man 'ruai-e( ha bepn !shaking Ihe ground and is chief translator in the State I criticizer of Governor Doyle Carlton,

wisdom of that state and the forward I instance, Mr. II. R. Knlrkerbocker -- I in question, and when a small boy no.11: 'PmJtf-p'., Anstril. !several l times I Department at Washington, I). C., and never loses a chance to give him

advances that have been made com- : investigating! Russian affairs I took him into the old White Wav rtSibling. t .
d'.shence! reading
: n rTv rj<>ol'S'Ti<5ts are making: an In- Wilfred Stevens receives a salary ot I :?! w nn you arc

parisons being made by many of the I for Cyrus H. K. Curtis, describes" ) Culp Dolt :-)' b:t'l! fie U'ff 1h'11'1 vsstlr"finn! to learn the cause of the I only ,.$2,700 a year. He is a native otShakopee some ot those luscious( editorials tell- '
greatness of California as compared "the largest farm in the world "J.Ta" Ruhl '
that makes\ men, and disturbance.To<< attendeda lug what the governor has failed to
I Minn., and never
to Florida, but the mistakes made I owned and run by the Russian gov- rpioires with us that one of our pu- do: and what wrong he has done
college or a university.
are never mentioned. That Is part of ernment. It covers 642,000 acres, more rils Is making such a mark.: just pinch off a small quantity of
I : <'T'> sound of hi! own voice in I
the progranof progress: in California than 1.000 square miles. Pardon us for alluding to another salt and you can swallow beTter
oration P. N. Roinard tho
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Florida would do well not to menI I Twenty-eight hundred permanent I 5n the person of Wayne Thomas, editor Each day, 500 people are carriedby

tion too much about the mistakes, yet laborers are employed at 100 rubles and owner of the Plant City Co- France.Norman A poet record, was l which cremated he had in Paris made, airplanes into and out of Chicago All kinds of suggestions are being '

even Callforn ia has never made the ($50)) a month. The government har : rier .and the Dado City Banner.Wayio the was 111. ffcrp'l for curing us folks of "hard
especially for ceremony,
advancement that Florida has made invested $14,000,000 in the farm;' 300 : started with us, and that he I' the times.." but with all of them there Is
played on a grapohphone ,
after most heartrending boom, that 000 were sown this year in Although 1 he never has had music
a acres has lisen to the top of the newO"1" remains not q single job forthcoming.
furnace as his were put in. Errol I
came near snuffing! our HglYt entirely. wheat and rye. game is a great source of gr:>t'.fieai I lessons, Grand) 11-year-old

California, and Florida are both great That is really applying methods n.i ....i. But read:! what the Time- says : Salem (Va.) Negro, renders masterpieces "Prosperity Is just around the corner -
What's the to about which As a relief! measure, Thomas San- on the piano. The boy, who :
states. use argue. big industry farming, "
about Gulp Dottery as : I said one great financier, but
little. I' ; tOl' cobbler repairs footwear free .began )playing when only 2 years old J
talk much and do
we F. C o te'Jwho has been con. 110 did not give the length of the
"Stone says that Florida Is in Wonderful <)f charge for needy people, at Win- gave his first piano recital at the age .
roctccl v.Ith The Times for tin past 1 dock on which the corer was localid.

shape"-Headline in 'Tarpon TO TEST TAG LAW I '_';::: years, left Thursday for Washington 'r ted- 'Conn. 3f 5. .
Springs Leader. Hope she don't get : D.: C., where he wir toe :i' '
no worse amendment to the I II 1. When Mvrrn.) Turnnnist, of Chicago. At S'. Tall, If 1Il'j 3 rats that
You know an position with the government print'MIS :- t
-' constitution was enacted In the *! -'I fn'" ,,:"! ce.I : .111.. attempted to' shave with" a climbed a telephone pole and crossed From various sections of the state

"Criminal Trials Start Monday in I, vember election that does away Tr'i 1 l' I I P-."-" 'n "ociating i Jhfms. K l .J"-tr. >hpv knife, he cut his fac so badv the strc t on a cable, dived to the. I tax collectors are reporting increased

I I .... t\Ttif io iifuj to be taken to a hos- ground ail } ran away uninjured. collections. Perhaps that is a sign o"I
Circuit Court, says the Tarpon Leader. the personal tax before you can *.1- -rp" i-i'e Time !?I'Tr. lottery v C* 'pin.f .. 1 1f -
We have Had all other kinds I I .,H 1 for trp ltrnent.I improvement In the financial condi--
tain an auto tag. The new law does! "" N1.with ne'-vcnp') rs in .Sc lrt' r

growing on us for many years.It 1. .. -- -. .- A meat truck: was wrecked with ions.
not go into effect before January -r ---s or age. Hn oh- f I

and of course does not apply t"th I I t*"T-'n' )ji'o fivffinoTwipfj'i'o! : 011 tl.c od) I The Honduras boa constrictor such force near Ashland, Wis. that

has been stated that women can payment of personal tax during the "While Way" at Sebring under thn which esraned" from a crate at the i.isms and sausages were hurled onto I And 'now comes the announcement

not write Interesting paragraphs. month of December. Commissioner "felarc< of "Pa" and "Ma" Ruhl and I Haddon Heights_ (N. J.) home ot I nearby trees where they ]hung from I that a negro has announced himselffor

Bosh! Ma\ Ruhl, Mrs GoolsbyIvy; McLin has issued stringent orders stayed with- that publication tbvontjh.Us Douglas March, naturalist was found the branches. I candidate for election to governor

Clough Johnson, Sophie Irving and relative to paying of auto tag* tax. andit several change" nf nvn-?iv.hlj: > vntil i frozen' stiff In a vacant lot. i c.i Florida. Holy smoke, what next?

several other Florida women editor falls to the lot of a man from Tam- it was merged w'41 ql i .America.: I Wh-\ Con rccs convenes in March fonder It the "Lily Whites" will SUPport -

can write them with the best of them. pa to come forward and says he can He later joined *T-p C'tr't'of-' The I I. By using labor-saving machinery, C, just after the short session Senator him?

Times-Union. Don't we know it. offer a solution to the problem. Com Highlands County"vs' > rurl .rri'A I T. Guthery. a' Larue: (Ohio) farmer i aecr' e Yt fam Morris, of Nebraska,

menting upon this the Leesburg Com 'on Park: Times r*"l w a connected ; produces corn at a total. cost. of 21 ,i will hold the whip of power as LEGAL NOTICE

Reports from Seminole Farm, some mercial says: with this paper --'i-" -".>''fiPd 1v : r cents, ; a bushel. I I! lotthpr the democrats nor tho l'GVi.lb-1 The annual meeting of ,the 'stockholders ; ( k

seven miles east of,Clewlston are to Mr. Stuart of Tampa was In Lees- Uncle Sam that an opening awaited Icans v"ill !have a majority, and this I' of First Hank of Clewiston -

the effect that frost damage was very burg Tuesday and discussing his plan him at Washington. After their automobile was Fide-! I big man, who has been a hater of I will be held in the office of tho Bank

slight Indeed over there. That Is said that on the night of December His many friends will regret loTee swiped by a passin" car, hit h'jad-on bossism will have had thrust upon at I Clewis ton, Hendry County, Florida

pleasing news. From Felda and La- 31 he, expects to put up his car and him leave but extend their good*,wishes by: another and' struck in the rear by I him the deciding vote. Some seem to I January. 2nd ELBERT, 1931. L. STEWART, ,

Belle sections the report is that not run it at, all on New Year day. On for his success In his new cu'Ironment. ti third car-'nil within ICO',feet, Mr. ":i f; he v-Ul be rather a czar in the Cashier."'

frost has done little damage to crops. January 2 he prOposes to demand his,\ : and Mrs. F. *H. Taylor, of Ielso] .1 nate. Well we will see' Dec. 12192G27
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I := : : : =: :< : = : : :=: >:. : :: == =..:=::=:: ::::: = := :: : : :=, i iI Mrs. N. C. Storey, Mrs. Nell S'"W. Went down to Fclda a few daysago. now, sending them out by the carloads I I tryIng circumstances the state has

I art and Mrs. Fred Moltz.(spent!: Monday Fellow got to talking about getting Wonciecau'r: ever expp-icnccd( and( laying all
y is this Fel-
/'CJ In Palm Beach shopping. ready to plant watermelons. Golly da, Hendry county, section things aside he has made a remarkably .

but they must raise all those sum good governor, notwithstanding::

; ill== :;;;L; /CaJ ic? f == Louis Morgan spent Wednesday; In mer Tops clean through: the wintertime \'ht1th r ;O"t like him or not it Is HIP fact that some ot the most In-

.business. f.i.entlal papers in the
Palm Beach on for they are now harvesting cucumbers a fiUt;{ : that Governor Doyle 13. Carl- state have

Mrs. I.. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 3G9 peppers, eggplants, tomatoes ton is; to sympathized with. He incessantly Criticized him. Besides

,, ; ,, >-,_ ,,, ,_, __51 Mrs. Downs,. of Conyers, (,a., Is squash and Irish potatoes right wet; in as governor under tho most Governor Carlton has lit,! the blame-
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I ) : : : = :c'i' spending the winter with Sir. aWl ] I for all the misdeeds and mistake!'
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' The Girl Scouts had a business L. Lewis spent the week-end In Waiaaabs -
Mrs.: Claude Downs at the
meeting. Instead of a meeting next 1'-1'v.' ,,:U on .business. I hotel. Modernizing Makes Old Homes Healthier .to Live In

week the scouts will enjoy a hUm

Saturday.: Other mailers were bro'n't I ?T-f,. K. L. Stewart and Mrs. Gus

up. Those who attended were Capt. i McGhee spent Wednesday In West CtIIJN1Y FEDERATUiNWOMENS :

Evelyn Hare, Marcia Avant, Palm Beach shopping.
Stewart, :.
Roberta George, Mildred Dra Ucy. or I I II .

Marigold patrol. May Bush. Betty Junlus Hallo motored to Indian- CLUBSI

Spicer and Lily Morel Wynn, or town Wednesday on business. I
the Sunshine patrol. Three of our I

members were absent also Mrs. Lillie Mrs: nO)' Green accompanied by

lieutenant. Mrs. Florence Ryan, Mrs. E. CH Horne
Bradley, our
: -Scribe.D. and Mrs.: W. L. Weatherington 'of County President Guest

Moore' Haven spent Tuesday: in Tampa Of Clewiston Club. FI

O. Hatch motored to West Palm shopping. ,
Good Meeting.The I i
Beach: ,,_ J. K. Baker motored, to Tampa ,Sun-. ,. j' .

spent the ""cel nd day night with friends. Clewiston Woman's Club was ._
W. Wernea J
'. ': hostess to the Palm Beach ."Cow nty ".,,,,'.. jf ? TN I
In Palm Beach. .". ; : .-. -- .L ; .JM1'....___.., 'j tr: : "J ;: :J 1 1I
'<.::' x. Claude Downs, of Watanabe ,fame, Federation 6f Woman's Clubs at the I

and Charlie :Ml- has returned from a business and! Clewiston Inn Tuesday. December 9.! James A. Birner, !Minneapolis\
Green Pr4'4
Miss Sarah architect, remodeled the old dwelling -
;.. ner motored to Palm Beach Monday:: pleasure trip to Atlanta, reporting The morning session! began at 10 A. pictured above into the attractive -

to attend the theatre. success and a. good time. M. with Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. :press home on the right. Be- i
(lent of the Clewistou Woman's Club sides adding a two story sectionat +r4a 9a3:2
the of the house Mr. Bir-
rear ,
chllclicn. acknowledge a : giving a welcome address to the visiting -
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and With pleasure we j ner used cane fibre insulation
Marshall Yonawine and GeorgeSmedley ,call Thursday from' J. Gonterman ot clubs. The meeting was then board throughout the entire struc-

the week-encl in Jack] New York and Miami; owner and promoter turned over to Mrs. C. D. Gould; "of I ture to ward off( winter cold and

f. spent- of Seminole Farms, who was j I Lake Worth, president of the Federation ..... summer heat and protect the
sonville. health of his .
I ( family. _
transacting business in Clewiston on' who conducted a business ; ---- "
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Mr. and :Mrs. 1". L- Williamson- that occasion. meeting through the morning session. in homes having properly insu- fecMve ways in which old housescan
weelts visit The minutes were read by the secretary "C ONSIDER your health when lated walls and roofs and adequate he insulated. In all cases tho
turned Saturday] from a you plan to modernize your efficient heating plants. first place to be Insulated should bo i
I .
,a in Tampa and points on the west Bet:>r" Nil: "ui Earl: White visitedin Miss Alice Reed, of Belle Glade. old home!I" Tho reason. for this, they declared the roof because it Is here that J
00' I IQ South Bay Wednesday night. Plans were made to have a Woman's This bit of advice for those Is that properly Insulated the greatest saving ,can be effect-1 :,
coast. I planning to bring their dwellings homes are easy and economical to ed. Insulation board can be applied -.t'! )
Club booth at the Palm Beach County -
.. I up to 1930 standards does not keep. comfortably heated during to the under :side of the roof
Mr.. and I Mrs. E. T... Stewart\ were Dr. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs.V.. : fair. A collection amounting to come from the medical profession, the coldest weather; consequently rafters at small expense and :
although Its members have been ordinary types of winter sick- without disturbing the remainder :
Mrs. W. G. and Mrs. J. B.:: Wynn chaperoned $19.20 was received for the cliildrefnj ';
and T.
dinner guests of Mr. offering similar counsel for years.It ness are reduced to a minimum of the dwelling. Or it can bo ,;
.: Hooker Monday evening. .a number of children from the home in ..Jacksonvf11e.r I. comes from representatives of and unexpected medical bills are placed over the old roofing if new
Sunday s hool'on a picnIc on the lake The Delray Beach, Lake .Worth.Lake I several building and loan associa- exceptional.Too roofing is to be used. Another '.
'. tions who recently attended a method is to apply the '..jmlatloa
home fail to :i ibom'd
:/:.", Mr.. and Mrs. R. ASlm w. spent< Friday afternoon. Swimming was en- Worth Sorosis,' West Palm I : large meeting of lumber dealers take such many construction_ owners details as over top iicor joists. _':

". Saturday in Palm Beach. "' ''ov' fl until.a late hour when a pIcnic Beach, Pahokee, and Belle Glade j i J' and contractors In the Middle Insulation into consideration when Walls can be insulated by applying -
: lunch was spread.: clubs were represented at tis'} meet > West. they plan to modernize their Insulation board over tho .
\). sp From the viewpoint of the loan dwellings. Thinking only of the old siding where a new exterior ';
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shaw ing. associations, the advice Is selfish, external appearanie of their finish is to be applied. If ctucco is -,:
.M if:: Sunday in LaBelle as guests of Mr. Kindly! observe) the advertisementsIn During the luncheon hour short but selfish: only because they pre- houses, they fail to realise that to be used it can be applied; ell:3;
.1- : talks were given by Mrs. J. E. I i fer to have home builders meet methods of home ccnslTUCtion rectly to the cane: fibre insulating .:
: ::' and Mrs., R A Stevenson.Mr. this issue. i their loan payments promptly have progressed far in the last board. If the l inside of the house :u
":';: -' -----"' Beardsley and Captain F. Dean Duff. I rather than lag or default through ten years. Ten years a o. insulac- is to be remodeled, insulation! can :it
.- and Mrs. W.V. 'Preston .Mr. T,orpl merchants will do:'well to Capt Duffs talk being on Everglades inability to pay. The association ed homes were the exception: today be applied, in a latH: form which! "'J
1 representatives pointed out that they are the rule. Hea'in and will.nl. yo S2rve as a new plaster .
Louis 'Morgan and _childr-n,. atch'the progress of the News from drainage. Special music :was enjoyed!, I of had 1
and Mrs : I I over a period years they comfort, of course, are two rea- .
Louis Jr., and Made motored to Felda this day on. songs; by J. E. Bratrid Ie3. Marshall. found that perhaps tho most fre- sons for this change. Another is base.Home owners will be wise to -.: : ,
Yenawine and George Smedley accompanied .' quent reason for home builders fuel saving. A nationally k.iovn consult their local lumber dealers ,I
Sunday afternoon. / ; failing to meet loan paymentswas heating equipment manufactureras about. insulation. It !la difflcuh: to :'. :
Mr. and Mrs. M. W.; Riga motoredto on the piano.b. Miss : unexpected sickness with its long ago as 1927 pointed cut, give any general figure of tho ... j
Dave Alston and'J.. .K. Mowery' j Palm Beach Wednesday.Mr. Marion L'eydlg. The afternoon program -. ; attendant medical bills. after making tests with Cclottjx, cost of applying insulation board :
a cane fibre insulating board, thatif to the remodeled home but lt1 ;
Belle Glade ; was In charge of Mrs. Charles! '' Insulation Reduces Sickness, n- .
to ,
, made- business. people would insulate their her dealers are always glad to v
I : Monday. \ and Mrs.. F. M. Wright made a Wcntwoith who'- spoke on "Citizen' .0: .'<- Desiring, if possible, to reduce homes they would, on the average recommend reliable contractorswho -.j
i -- business trip to Canal Point Wednesday. ship." .; .. this hazard to themselves and cut their fuel bills! more than will give an accurate estimate :
: their clients the associations 22 per cent. Ol'the cost of such work. Considering ':
Miss Beatrice Kettl spent} the week( Those attending this meeting"woie. '. made a careful survey which disclosed the value insulation adds to ..:;:
.- in West Palm Beach with --- Mrs.\ Thos. B._ Shelley, Mrs. R. A. f. an interesting fact. They Insulating: Old Dwellings any home and the fuel saving tt 2',
pnd discovered that payment defaults Fortunately, the use of building will effect, it is probably the best .
Mrs. Shaw. Mrs. W. C. Worth. Mrs. R. Y
friends. Mr.. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg and because of sickness occurred least insulation is not conflnsd: to new investment in homo modarnisinf? ':,
$ .
I I F.':,M. Wright spent Friday in Ft.. My-. Patterson, Mrs. W. A. Moitt, MrAV: ''I -oJ frequently among families living dwellings. There ale several e-' available toiay.V .

Law- D. Shoupe, :Mrs. G. B. Ogle, :Mrs. .' I : --- -
Sarah Green. Arthur l !1 :::: ----- -- "
Miss ers. '-, ,. : ; = '
and A. V.'. Sias motored to Pa- j I C.: Beardsley, Mrs. C. W. ::..IcDonnlcMrs. > ( ._ ,- ,, ,

1'ence liolcec{ Friday. <," ',-:_, -;,'. ';':1 Ii, :Mr. Hartsfield i Palm Beach;madea :: J. R. AJstonh's.. W. S. Hart.e..,. I; f'I, "- -1!jl.I jl.
.! .1... I business trip to Clewiston Wbdnesclay. Mrs. Davo G. Alston, Mrs F. n.. Max- ; {)

in West '.Y ell, -l\trs. W. C. Hooker. M-S.; J. G.Ulhancls. )
Glen B. Herd spent Sunday : 1 : .'
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,, ; Palm'' Beach. I, Mrs, 11.V'. Dig,, Mrs. W. ;I ", ,. ..' .,. .,...'., .' : "" '"c". '...-,.-:, 1..7llJJ'i\ : -"- ;.....':. ..,. ,:;'t.,'.. .:' ', ... ;
: :>:. fIIIt" ;
\. ; I I Frank Sterling, Jacksonville. is C. Owen. l'Il's.V.. P. Vaughn, Jr, I I ,."" .":- ': .. ': I, --.'."\ '., ... ..-' .,. .
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Mayo Stewart Mrs. W. W. Preston11'5.. Harry -.1\ "
Clarence L. .
Sam Woodham and I Ij I visiting!= Mr. and Mrs. .E. I >,!.; 1'\-; )::." .)
w the week-end in Vauj.hn;! Mrs. Louis Morgan, Mrs. /' '- ,, '. -.1.,
spent few days.
of Pahokee [ for a No.1 ;

j a f:: Clewiston. r I I A. O. Ward has purchased the J.A. F.Bcstor Browne, Mrs, Miss Cleo Alice.A. Houze.Reed, :Mrs.Moviis \ )\,' : ;rh1t; }i: ': i

W. C. Hansen and P.. G. Bishop I 1 1r I[ home formerly owned by A. L.. Crow ; Mrs. A. Housen, Mrs. Lucille I ji .'. : ; : : ; .... . ti..
.r were week-end visitors to .Miami the and will move in in a fe-vv days. Williams, Hrs. J. R. Pond, &+.,. I i h' ; ':: ,.; t C \; .c I :'. ,'.' :;, ; ; ; ',.: .:' _: :

.':, week. j I Charles Kerr, Mrs" H. D. Fields, Mrs. II ,

tpast Mr. .and Mrs.. Monroe .have takenan F. W. Miller.Mrs. R. E. Oliver Mrs. f : 'BUy'A. GiFT FOR l HIM} ; OUR STORE .

;: Charlie Miner spent Sunday in apartment in the Schultz apart- Charles; H. Wentworth, Mrs. W. A. (! rljLMEN'S

r Palm Beach.. ments. Dutch, Mrs. E. H. Buss, Mrs. C. Ur") i :. .

--- Gould, Mrs. G. W. Fleenor, Mrs. II "
t Claude Downs left Saturday for The 'I.ades'! Aid Society met at the bert Stewart, Mrs E. B. Erie, Mrs. F.I i .. .',': ;:.' ,' .. .. .

I I : Atlanta. Ga., where ho. will bo away church Thursday afternoon with MrsR. Dean) Duff, Mrs. P. 1 i. Wright, Mrs. J .. "'::;' '/<:.': i >:' ..:'!;,,;\' ., .., >.: .

: for a week. Y. Patterson hostess. The devotional 1.'. V. Watson, Mrs. J. K. l\IOW l'Y'j i : ; : ; WEAR IS OUR SPECIALTY: :, } :;? :. j

I I led by Mrs. C. M. Allen Mrs. T. E. Gonterman. Mrs. F. I ,: ,; ;, ,
I was I ..' .. .. ,..',- .<.'. -..' ., .
I : ". '
Miss Elta Whatley; Miss Ola Pet- and Mrs. W. W. Preston gave a reading Williamson and Mrs. Ed Utter. : ,,': ,' :- ,':
II I motored to : -.'> .:..: : :: .,. !
teway and W. C. Prewitt on India Those attending were '. .
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West Palm Beach Saturday after ':'lrV.. T. Bailey, :Mrs. Fred :Moltz, : ; 1 I
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CHILDRENS 7j DAY 1'0. .7
noon. Mrs. Barney Thomas Mrs. Fred :Max- ; ," .

II ___ ,, Allen and Mrs. W. ). -
'-' 11, Mrs. C. M.
'!'I Leland Crews, of Ft. Denaud was I'I W.; Preston Refreshments were BE BIG FEATURE : A complete line.of E fsf9i: men-:will be 1 found'}in our, cccck: I

in week-end Mr.Clewiston- and guests Mrs.Tuesday-of Tom Mr.on and Shelley business.Mrs. were Tom. I I served Mrs.number by C.' the W.of.hostess McDonald chiMien" entertaineda at a party AT STATE FAIR I Ii '.:" : :- ; <<:t '. \ ':' ': :;:::" ::,.; : l.:t -<;;'i.j),,: :;' ". ,: l! : I J

Lake Worth. They were ac- complimenting ; BEAUTIFUL ,TIES'BATHROBES '; '.' .-- -J. '. ." \.:, .._.;:'I-\, ," .l:, _" '_-I' "!" ,'-,
Smith in Thursday afternoon
,, companied by Miss Beatrice Marshall her daughter,. Carolyne, on 'her sixth!: F February Set Aside As i ) ::

\1 and J. A. Plunkott. Miss Marsh- birthday. Those present )\\ere Martha Day For Children At II ; '
from there by train for her i Juno Hooker, P.un<01MoGhee. I: '; LOUNGING ROBES
I all left, !. }Nell Alston. Tampa Fair. I )
I home at Daytona after a weeks visit : Elizabeth Powell, Roberta \ SLIPPERS
,{: "r with Mr. and Mrs. Shelley. Spacer Elva Alston, Gloria McDutfy.TMV 4 / t t '

-----J Morgan, Betty Jean McDuffy, TAMPA.-Fiiday, February 6, will -> = TIES
J p. A, Ruhl spent the week-end. In ,Willie Hansen, Louis Morgan, Dickie: JO set aside as Cheildren's day at thc ,.-,,-, '-'. .... "' ". ','- -.. '.,''h ," < .
.. LaBelle on business. Patterson, .Dickie Owen, Dannie I South Florida Fair and Gasparilla SOCIS' : ;
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-:--- Beardsley. Francis Wright and Carrol J Uarnival when school kiddies from HATS I

Mr. and Mrs. J. &. Beardsley and McDonald, Jr., ,Refreshments of ice ill Florida will be .the guests of the :

children and Mrs. Lola Robbins and cream cake and candy were served ixposition. I : -.j- .1 SHIRTS"

Miss Mary Wilcox motored To West Mrs. Hansell McDuffy and Mrs, C. M. Not only will all children be admitted -

Palm Beach Saturday for a weekend.. Allen assisted Mrs. McDonald In free to the fair grounds on.Tifs .

visit with relatives.Mr. serving. ; lay but a special program of at-

--- tractions: for tho yiung people will and 'other useful gifts'that will please the men folks

and Mrs. J. K. Mowery, Jr., Dave Alston spent a few da's.of. be i presented in front of tre grandstand I many I ,
and Mrs. T E. Gonterman and business .
Mr. last week in Miami'on
> during the morning. Every feature .
Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Mowery, Sa.. motored '.
presented at the fair will be der'oted .
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to Miami Sunday. C. W. McDonald made a business\ -
.to the juvenile visitors on that ,
trip to Everglades City Thursday. lay. j -

Among those attending the American Roy Harvell, of Delray Beach, is .
Legion dance at Belle Glade Frl- visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvellfor ; ..

1 r1'y nteM were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. for two weeks. Says the Louisville Courier-Jour- J ; ., .
: .
r' Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston, I ;ial, What Europe needs is a united J f ,:" f

and Mrs. J. R. Alston; Mr. and Sat- slale'of mind rather than a United MEN'S SHOP ,
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Hare spent : TUCKER'S :

I I Mrs. G.. B, Rackstraw, Mr. and Mrs. urday In West Palm Beach shopping. States of Europe. I .

I, W. P. Vaughn, Jr.. Mrs. W. C. Hook-: I .

or. Miss Boncile Stone, :Miss Jamie :. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne and children 329 Clematis St. West Palm Beach

Williams. Miss' Frances Monroe; Dr. motored to Palm Beach Satur- 666 6

o Ezelle, Albert Hackett, Charlie Miner I I day on business.Mr. '

Herbert Blato, Victor Elate, Leland 1 Colds and Headaches

Crews, Richard White Earl White, and Mrs. rt. Patterson. spent
Is a doctor's .
prescription for ,
Reter Nall, Campbell Nail, J. E. Bak: Monday in Palm Beach. -

; er Horace Houze R., H. Hall, and It is the most speedy remedy known.

:Mr. Harris. Al Saint Armond and T. V. Watson made a business trip 666 also in Tablets. i c.J

William Hunt.: to Canal Point Wednesday. I -- -. ;n'i ,,':': : :'::: : i1 : ::
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12., 193fl,
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NEW CHEVROLET IS upward trend is imminent. To lend .,
.impetus to this move, Chevrolet advanced ,
by seven weeks the date for
the announcement of new models;

I and thus insured extraordinary activity "
Reports Increase InterestIn. during two normally dull monthsfor "'-- ,<4 "'''h\l. \ililU lnl l" llliw : '' '

the thousands of people directly
All. Parts ofThe dependent upon the company for a "H'" r

Nation. livelihood. IIl .rf Jii.JIiJ. "Jiioflfi ; 0

DETROIT, Mich., Dec.: 4.-Pointed Sweets for NancyapAN ] fE
indications of a resumption of buying
(hNcfS" .
interest throughout the nation are s

manifest hero today in hundreds or

reports on file at the home office of "iw;' / : $-:4-- I e

the Chevrolet Motor Company reveal- ;.1 i

ing that the reception accorded the P1W : 11 1 YS .

new 1931 Chevrolet Six during the rti I
early days of the national showing

had only one parallel in the History M; 1'J .
of the company.To 1r 1.f

meet the needs of dealers, the ( 4 EI

manufacturing organization consistingof ::i n.ii>.-M.a ua [of;. S5t S222S5CS 2 3.5 ....
twenty domestic plants is workIng :- as feaifjssggg iesS

on a tentative production sched

more than TJO.OOO cars. Despite the

fact that this is a high goal for the

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month the output of cars has already l" _. l .,r' ::
fallen considerably: behind orders already vnYnJ : iW:" 1 1 .,' \ 'J..

booked, the sales division re- .. .'
ported. ; -

Telegrams from dealers and field '.":,:}t": -.\ ::::--

officials In all parts, of the country, .:- .:.- _
offering an excellent cross-section of {' :!
.. 1-
the public attitude, reveal that de' < '
Nancy Carroll Pt.r.'t .l1Ot. ltV ,, ,:, 1-;
spite general business conditions unusual star, bake a cake? Ask anyone < \
buying enthusiasm is being of the fortunate few who are. ,':j/ : the
now comes peddler! He
displayed. Particular interest is cen- I Invited to her afternoon teas. :: AND comes
These- leas by the.y, are now ". ;( fair weather and easy traveling '
tering on the new sport models in quite the thing, socially speaking, ,.'
the line, as well as the new commer- in Hollywood since screen stars I comes with his offer of met chandl se-- r"

cial cars which are constantly ac- discovered that sweets arc energy '. > i comes to take your money, of which
foods and that bit of cake
counting for a larger proportion 01: sweetened drink, a will go a: long or '. ::, ;.' a: cent will be spent here in your home come h ,-,,.t YN.hYfi+, N.;,. ,, ,r.<,7,. .:. ,. .. ...
each year's output. way toward banishing:: "fouro'clockills" : ., ,.
inuni'M. .
The price reductions, coupled with the studio name for mid- !, ;1:'.: ';,gyrsr'vk ..
: / fiSf. .at yera
the increased size and improvements afternoon fatigue. -y :" 11 \
fl Your home merchants are reliable business
:attracted to dealer showrooms crowds S.

estimated as second only to the at- ''\[itll the six-hour a day work and .' :. II l men: You !know that is true. Is it true of the 'i' '
tendance during .the early showingof five-day a week it begins to looks as .', pedCL: 1 _- -
the new six at the time of the though the laboring man is soon to :-: t

change-over from the four cylindercar assume the throne of the used-to-be -;,? .' TI][ Your home merchants are taxpayers helping } 1 t

in 1928. Many points reported a wealthy autocrat. He will have very \ ': .r' : '' to support local schools, churches airJ] public Fr 1q

greater number of appraisals than in little work to do and short time to ':';,: of sort You } ,
improvements every know that !' 'r,
any previous year, and when the do it in. So moves the world. Ryin
tabulation of orders now being madeis : : .' I is true. Is it true of the peddler? ; ', :x
: fspl .1 "i\ r
completed, the mark for tile first ,;
">.: fl Your home merchants here and. I
fifteen days is expected to compare i arc year in _

favorably with any similar period J. .. :''. i "car. -out. They arc here to extend the conveniences :: :: '?.:

during normal e ,<. :- ,
a year.A '- I. and a.ir..nNations) for buying thatyou ?
the particularly reports reaching significant H. J. Klingler featureof ..;, ; .- i require. You know that is true. Is it :': ".? t ra' "

-vice-president and general sales man- -" :;:'" i true of the peddler I
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ager, reveal that public interest
shown in the new car is not confinedto ,t.'I' 11" Yet, it is not especially because of these
any one section, but seems gen- .: .:;i', ..-.) things that your home merchants feel they are 1 P' '

eral across the counh')'.- Not only in .ft': l entitled to your business. They feel they are : .'
the larger centers but in the smaller -.AT .f 1
communities, dealer showrooms \ :; : r entitled to your business strictly on the basis : '. .

were crowded for several days, and .- ,.-::::v; r of merit. Dollar for Dollar, quality and service _

marked buying enthusiasm displayed.A THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY ""Vi, : .' t .:: considered, they can outmatch the values ;:-. r, .. etv.

dealer in a small Kansas town ; ." J. 3T'. 1
Ii quoted by the Peddling Fraternity. ,.::.. .
reported that, because of the large CO.Let '. ;: _: l, .,
number of rural visitors, a count of :: : x.a wr fJ"
{ fl Compare before you buy. Point for point ,'}.i,. ;: .t,
attendance at his showrooms the .'
: the '< ;.- in any line of merchandise from Hardware to
first day exceeded population of 1
Us solve these four., special "
the town. Great Falls, Mont., deal1 washing problems for you- '.i, : I Dry Goods, you'll find your local merchants :< 'dl: '

ers, despite fourteen inches of snow, 1. Rugs ; ::.: offering the better goods and nine times out of :. .",Y"":':>
reported attendance for the first 2. Blaknets and Bed Sheets .
; ten at a lower price. : : r
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week equal to that of a year ago. 3. Curtains .:. ,'.... :, /.:rr. .- 4. :
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The Harrisburg zone, comprising 4. Pillows.We ':, J.-: before ':I, .
U Let reason prevail. Look you spend'r'r ,:. ,
several counties, in the Keystone equipped to handle this :
are I .7 find you'll i ;pencl dollars at l ontcI '
state, reported 100,000 showroom- '' : your '
special: work in a way that it will _be . ; ..l, '
itors. The city of Cleveland reported economical::! for Telephone : ',. -, :
very you. 41 < :" _
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59,000 visitors, and San Antonio, 20-, 1 us for prompt service. I J J '" I-

000. Buffalo reported larger crowd '.:I J" ." ---.. '"\: .:,j : "
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Laboratories, Philadelphia, using a complicated scientific instrument
known as a refractometer, Jn laboratory tests to determine the effects '
of the new quick-freezing process upon fresh fruits frozen for year- -
round consumption. Tests In which fresh Georgia peaches frozen last
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I'i i FIRE BREAK and stayed with frIends for tn- ,MODEL! FARM LOCATLD county taxes ought to be paid in The business of checking the economic The Christmas Seal
DOWN FELDA WAY Ilcnclry county, and the little distance I bearing tho
further :
festivities the dedication
of '.' '' .
v ate \3. .. '
.e L: 3 !i :.- c: every :.c:':'.. '., barrel ,
c-csc! I.
i fromIoo"o Haven now on sale, isI
to LaBelle
with ) should
so General Summerall and "Cou !

f 1 SERVICE OFFERED sin Lou" in the back seat, the writer PonHfMiPrt t" "TM t,1Yo V not keep auto owners from patroniz- vide citizen f'J'and as wo do we heln. to' pro, ., I our .opportunity to help cut down this
f ) P 4 : '
acting ns chauffer, we started 0:1: tlon for the hospitality shown us 1JY ing their own county : :"':; ."'ojloss and make Florida's

J i 11& ( this memorable trip. The general ; ',Ir. and Mrs. Reeves, who threw their Lart -c.r according to Judge Ross hap '. c w/ A complete firebreak deraousiia- not 't: t mC 1I-ed.. ; ,. .
and "Cousin Lou" were just living homo open to us and we felt like we 500 were Issued all told, when not to all."

f I lion ,outfit is being offered to the for a time In the days of their childhood : would love to be so situated. The less than 600 and perhaps more -- .----- --. -..---. -. ..-----

Ii members of the eleven Forest Piotcctlve happy in the company of NII! liorio! life of this family is happy indeed should have been issued In Hendry r-: _. ,-<. L-- '-
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t j f1 Associations In Florida in a other We visited the little old schoolhouse and they are in reality surrounded -ountv.: Judge Ross Is inclined to -

I[ 1/1./ letter just released by State l"oreFt- the oJd home of General Snm-' with the best there is, andtheir Mi':'\ it is thoughtlessness on the CLEWISTOM 1 FOLKS

I I cr Harry Lee Baker. The outfit cot merall, and then to "Cousin Slvvy's" ] hospitality known no Bound! part of the owners, but the loss to

I slsts of a tractor, plows designed for where we' took lunch and for sev Wo are going back there again youI Hcndiy county occurs just the same. .
i forest \\orft, and a truck and traitor eral hours lived in the days of the I can just bet for the evenings wo Y.e are finding fault with no one, : THE HOTEL TA-MIA1 .

for bygones, returning to Tavares jest | spent in that home were happy beyond -
f transporting equipment. Mr. L. T. Mtt f'-flnt a fact, and perhaps it .
I I Nieland. in time for tho evening exercises at description. _
former County Agent m may lead to auto owners living in
l : FJagler County will supervise the which General Summerall was to II JJsn'dry county buying their tags in \}
again be the guest of honor. TRAPPERS SHOULD YOU
t ; same county in wITIch G icy re
services r j We are writing this sketch just to OBSERVE THE LAWS side. ,

I t i offered to turpentine ,operators and show that General Summerall though I "The Aloft: 'Perfc-/thf/ I'cniilctcd t Hold .In the South:'

I tho greatest man In the military life i (Continued from page 1) f
i land owners of protective units at a CHRISTMAS SEAL
I Ic of these United States was after all as it appears on the posting Tags; is- Storage Soacc Acres Street!!
,c 1 nominal cost according to the State SALES GOING ON NOW European PlanGIFTSr
the bte-hoarled school boy of many sued by the state which reads like
I i! Foil ester. In an effort to demonstrate .r (Continued from page 1)) _... .
f years back and though his life as a I this: '--- --'r.?". _.,' ,lv... ___......... __
: the value of firebreaks on sorest
soldier had been spent partially on I GAME BREEDING GROUNDSNO ,-
; tracts and to encourage individual
the J "Flanders Fields" ho wai! still TRESPASSINGThis

I i initiative In firebreak .construction. that hippy, Charlie Summerall, and area: has been closed to trap "l7W c wq;
I 'WfJJr
: One feature of the new educational his rise to greatness had not in the ping under authority of Sec. 4, Chap -, .

movement Is the 'sowing of carpet east affected the man who was greatin ter 13544, Laws of Florida. 1' '-. .J

grass seed upon limited portions ot everyway. Also we want: to say ; (Signed) C. C. WOODWARD, : : ". -.. .... .. ,,/c.;,. ,:;',,,-:., :,,;,::.. ':" \:'...,_ .'

the,plowed strips In order to emphasize h-xt that was one of the proudest State: Game Cotrfmissloner. .. > .. "y .' ':" '"' '-: "",...,.I")'. ".'

fire possibilities of improved pas- .moments of my life, and I shall cherIsh If f1ij ': ;.. -- : ::

tures with this. practically non-in i with pleasure to_ the end the TEACHERS l r'I LLENJOY ..: '.. :
flammable and" exceedingly valuable privilege of nce acting as chauffer HOLIDAYS '. .' ,

forage grass. for one' of tho greatest men in the I ::- ,

It is expected 1 that the new project nation who ranked among the great- fContlnul"'r// from Pane 1) I '

will start about November fifteenth and who .has now come to spend his news, for the genial superintendent : :

;;r on the Black Creek Forest Protective 'est general: the world has plocluco'l!,. stated ,that the teachers were goingto I : ;

r. "Association lands In Clay County .
oiiil Euslis, Tersta'id, has b'ecllflelp.c but i
and work westward covering the en- we did not say how much, some any- 3'
,c1 as his home town. Bless way. .
tire 117,000tection acres now under pro 3'r .
o in the state. YO!!. Charlie Summerall, may you Sure, the children are getting ready

I spend:! many happy years m old Lake for a big time Christmas and 'they are c ,
county. I p't'in to have it, especially, since they .
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mo ennc: : to have two weeks In whichto i3l ( : "
AROUND THE COURTHOUSE have a moil time. Here Is wishing :"- .
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; JUDGE'S OFFICE o Morns Christmas and a Happy Newr ,.

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//1 (Continued. from_ Page 1)) I FURNITURE IS THE S
load from Tavares to, Lcesburg, Just ANSWER! t
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,, outside the limits'of Tavares. When .
how better financial condition whichit fcj
j completed? this park was. named I Furniture Satisfactorily
had net done in the past. In Ms answers the gift question-every .
"Summerall Park" in .
; honor of Gen-
oral Charles P. Summerall Of course talk he requested us to lay especial (Continued from page 1)) I r: member of the family>< can be given a useful present from r'

"- tress upon auto owners to getthefr' the county find It quite' convenientto j j Stocks.
the General
I was invited down to I cur
r make the dedication speech. He ar- l license tags. Up to the present .time buy their tags 'at Moore Haven,

rived. on schedule time and took his judge Ross stated he had issued 111 hfch the judge says is lawful, but I &

I hunting licenses, but that there lv ll it does deprive Hendry county of v>
: !L place as the honored guest. t .

Living In Umalilla was Miss Lou not been as many people in the woods that much, tax money, and while .0; '.. _< ,:)I,
,hunting this 'as last. some that Glades Is in I .
Tro\\cll year some say county.. { .:
, one of those fine old "Flor de-I' .. '. .
ida Cracker Girls" and incidentally daring game was so scarce that just as Md a fix as Ilendiy: and per- I ,, :

she the was hardly worthwhile, hunting any hips worse,, financially,, the fact remains -I "
was boyhood sweetheart ot
Charlie Summerall ,as he was thenIcno'w more.: just the same that ,IlOndry j r HERE ARE A FEW SEASONABLE_ HINTS

1 to her. "Cousin Lou," as she F Smokers $1. 95 to 525.00
Cedar Chests
,, Floor Lamps 6.50 to 24.50
was really to "Ma" Ruhl, heard Tier Pullup Chairs $10.75'tb $17.50 ,
$14.50 T.
to 49.50 )End
to S.50
/1 old .sweetheart was coming to Ta- r. i l ,, :. Boudoir chairs 9.75 to $24.75 Occasional Chairs Desks, $.,1.OiF( to s
$59.5Q.50 -
.vat s'and the old "spark" perhaps .
i $/. to $1S.50
i which had, .amoldcred-for.ll1anv years, IIJ II Satisfy him wfih\\ 1 / .: .
arose again and she was the little KiCsaga ; SCORES OF '
AT .
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$5 $10
4 girl at the old log school lions eas the I It.I < ,,: ; and ?15 ,( ,
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sweetheart of, Charlie Summeiall.. Pure Guernsey Milk c <- SHOP EARLY WHILE STOCKS
: ,0\ So "Cousin Lou" solicited the aid J i Ai\:;:

"I of "Ma" and "Pa" Hulil to get her
r from the ,
to General ; '
over see Summerall. Ot ., .. .. ..
I I, course,- we were going to the dedication -

r itf and It was a genuine 'ple sure ; ; m'1 ;,{ PHONE SETS g GATELEG TABLES ,

t to take "Cousin Lou" along with us. :, ;;:::] ".,>:. ;J ,Several styles, in solid Walnut or = ?

,: d Our wealth had not accumulated to ;:'-;, -t.a: imitation finishes E== Solid[I or Veneered lops. Mahogany, '
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jfl. any great extent. and we were diiv- :: .:"' a 1 '\ $S.00 to $21.00 EE or Maple finishes.
: ';', .
ll Ing a model T Ford Touring, which ,: b.
is will I j / : 1 $12.50 to 42.50 ,
was and never be a disgrace l- _
to anybody, but we just imagine General rL$w S tijIST U'' 1 DAIRY r COMPANYSugarla'nd }{ .: :: ,- T. =
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I Summerall was. used to driving :t' 1 Lt&

In the finest limousines, but be thatas II Highway Rhone 333 : 1 1 SEWING CABINETS ,

It may, we were proud. of the __ A PrisciHa .//Ie. Walnut Mahogany, ,
i. Ford. .
Over (to' Tavares'we
went. "Cousin finishes
Lou" just as' happy and "skittish" as -

I she' was In the days when as a little

girl Charlie Summerall called her .,7cJy 1I I f
J Boudoir Chairs $12.75
sweetheart. We arrived all ok, and ?
! as General Summerall stepped from I i I II f u Cretonne
f r' Ejj coveted-comfortab"lc and _
an" airplane, which he had flown I 1i
= useful gifts
from Pensacola, ;"Cousin Lou" walkedup j f .

I to him and the following tools 1 --r- .

i place: ==
I Magazine Rack $3.95 o
"Howdy do Charlie," don't you I i -- j
]know me? Makes a gracious Ci f t. Other rasps = ., r
A light of recognition came over z _______ WJ I I- IY3 9I up to $15 EE:: 'f '; If '
"I the ,countenance of General Summer- i Ii i IIfe8? :
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I all, and he 'stretched out his. arms I I .t/f\\/ \ \ '
and said: I Ie Il tQ Sigiaafi o 1 o w I I SMOKING STANDS 1 \. la

"Lou Trowell, my little girlhood I l 2t ffiili clD l e: II j1 iires i i iI ,_
Of all kinds and shapes. We have
just EE I- '
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sweetheart. Oh, but I did not e :np,:t I .: /1/ .1 .:\ ,.
this, but I am just delighted i iI I _,. the type you want. ==: ; ..?: t : .
; simply I The I Name"GOODYEAR"inspires a Pride ) t -.. /:, ;;) J;r/
I to see you, and the usual greetings ,::, "f':1- "_ :' '__ ..1:: ," __',"1
{ of and stands for 00 to $25.00 '1 : : ) <
Quality } | .
took place while we drew the cur- yow I 'P. j _. .,. ., '[ ".- -.... \. ,j..;:' :'I' :. j
tain. ( can get in no other tire on the market i / .- ." i

, Of course General Summerall be- -And That is Why SEWING' CABINETSI-.I/, .., ,_ : 'i ;..F- -.--',,:_: '-

s ing the guest of honor and the speak -- -. Solid yandWal Splendid[ == c. : : .h':f;
= '
: er of the day. was indeed a busy Millions More People Rile.on. gifts for the wife. === .',-_ .' }.,".:: ,::: "
men, but he said to "Cousin Lou": Goodyears! $25, 00 m -." -'-.;..

i "Just as soon as I get this speaking -

off I want you to come with me I JPrfieed as ILow as! Cheaper Makes -

and we are going over to UmatfTla -
because lowest
I Goodyear eujcyys costs
I and we are going to visit the 'old'home i -, '-
through the largest production
place take a look at the little '

old school house which is still standIng I SEE \\VlN OVifS.
j then I \\anf5 go visit "Mother Famous High Grade Goody car Pathfinders !!iMCCampbell,
'' .' ,Trowell," whom we all loved and sill Firsts-All Lifetime Guaranteed- > ... ..... .

,. knew as "Cousin Stvvy." Full Oversize -

Imagine our surprise when "Cousin Stt. lnd I Stnndnre E5iga 8i

-.;, Lou came to us 'and said we must I'' Balloons I I Prcssnro >"

1;o along and take Charlie In the .
\.30 x 4.50 $875:
for that famous drive But we 30Y31-$5.00

were game, and as soon as General
Summerall got through with his FURNITURE STORES Inc. 7
I @ speech he excused himself and came .

to our Ford, saying he was ready for 335 DATURA ST. -

'what was going: to be to him the I TulleS also priced at IlJslory's Lowcei: LevelsGuaranteed ,
"happiest[ moments of my life for II' I T.r" cfepac'ri nom.cLEwsToN .

urn going to visit the scenes of my
I' boyhood with my little girl sweetheart MOTOR COMPANY
"Ma" Ruhl made some excuse
i '. w 7 e, -Y, y 7 r

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,DECEMBER 12, 1030

I Chief Mayo and Deputy Sheriff Among the arrivals In LaBelle, your -

Hatcher brought in a negro Saturday correspondent notices .Timmy Roberts

night and lodged him in the and B. L. Bowling) two young me"n .,

I LABELLELEMUEL NEWS county jail on a charge of disorder. from Cincinnati who are making, Palm

ly conduct It was one of Those' usual their first visit heron They are much Beach ,Mercantile Co.

MRS. HOWARD negro "scraps." pleased and say they are going to J .

/. stay hero for the winter anyway.W. ESTABLISHED 1894 t'
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The Fort Myers and LaBelle girl .
" - - -
scout basket ball teams will have a R. Butler H f>
hailing from Tampa
/ LaBelle now has a most Industrious to 9 score and the boys with a score ,
'; "Gutter Club." of S to 12 In favor of the LaBelle game at LaBello Friday evening 7:30: accompanied by J. L. Hiers and sons -
o'clock, also the Alva and LaBelle arrived in -
LaBelle Tuesday
( boys. Quite a number of LaBelle having
': boys will have a basket ball game with 'him a regular house, of a Nash -
f. Mr. Raymond, Hall is visiting his folks attended the game. ,
Friday evening. car, In which he Is fixed up for com-
; parents for a few days.:
.". Mrs.\ Minnie Manning, of Hunts fortable living wherever he goes. Mr. L1

I':.' ,Otis Williams is spending this week ville, Ala., a most charming lady, is Rev. Mr. Baldwin, of Denaud, and Butler Is driving a car with a Dallas,

r!i', with his sister in Lake Placid. in LaBelle for a visit of, sometime Mrs. Dixon. of LaBelle, are holdinga Texas, tag and has spent some' time
with her daughter. !Mrs. Guy Hand. revival meeting this week begIn- in the Lone Star State. FURNITURECtuu
.i. ning Monday evening at 7:30 o'clockin
Mrs. Mary Gay spent the weekend
*" estimable the vacant room of the Post Office Group three, of the Sr. B. Y. P. U.
r.: at South Bay with her parents. Mrs. Ellen Huff, a most
lady of West Palm Beach, spent the Arcade building. enjoyed a steak and marshmall< tk&

k The Baptist W. M. U. will meet last week-end in LaBelle as the guTS roast on Mrs. Frank Turner's lawn .
; Wednesday. afternoon at the church of here daughter, Mrs. T. V. Davis. Rev. Gus Padgett, pastor of the last Thursday evening. Those present .
Baptist Church here; is doing good wereVillie Padgett, group
,+ at 3:30: o'clock.
The city commission of LaBelle met work with the pastorate and the leader, David Owens, Roy Green, 0

Miss Clara Adkison.. of Moore Ha- Tuesday in regular session, with all congregations at services are increas- Vergil Miller, Tommy Livingston, MKr1VaN ht .

-; Yen, spent the week-end with Miss members present. The minutes of the ing. Next Sunday he extends the' pub- Minnie\ Lou Howard, Carrie Eunice rNr-

..i' Vivian Wiggins. previous meeting were read and ap- lic a special invitation to be present.A Rider, Catherine Curry. Frances Tur-

proved: ner and Vivian Howard.
jolly quartet of young folks, composed -
Mrs. Ola Yates and Miss Myrtice .
to of Misses\ Wilma Altman and C. J. Kirk, real estate dealer of
Williams were among the visitors to Rudolph Weaver no relation our
at Loveda Burke and Jimmy Roberts this city, states that he is
Fort Myers Monday.C. own Dr. C. E. Weaver, residing receiving
Winter Haven, spent Saturday nightin and B. L. Owen of Cincinnati, who are quite a number of inquiries from

Wagner, pioneer garage man LaBelle, and was much pleased spending the winter in LaBelle. tookIn northern people about LaBelle, some A
the'movies at Fort Myers Friday Magazine Racks in beautiful
of them
with little stating they are coming
of Citrus Center, was a business vis- our city. '
: itor to LaBelle Monday. -. 'I night, reporting 'a most delightful down soon to investigate. Among r dun'rubbed Walnut J

Miss Edith Howard, who is bookkeeper time these are some investigators who are finish

,, Miss Ann Presnell and Miss Mildred and treasurer of the Carr looking after prospects for drilling $2.50
; Rhoads were dinner guests or Packing Co. at Felda, is making Mr.\ and Mrs. B. A. Melton, of Ev- for oil down below LaBelle. 'In fact 'r Other styles'

; Mrs. Stevenson Monday. daily trips to Felda.E. erglades were among the visitors to I some of the Investors are expectedin -4. $3.85 to $15

4 LaBello Monday\ being tho guests of town this week. Mr. Kirk says he Th.._ and still other styles up to

:w Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lucky are the R. Crews, a popular young man Mr. and Mrs. Doris Fulghum, parentsof will keep News readers posted on Love Seat as shown with $25 yl

'' proud parents of a fine girl. burn of Fort Denaud, who numbers his Mrs. Melton. They formerly resided what is doing In that line. There is down filled cushion Damask
friends in LaBelle in this town and have many not much to say right now he stated.
Tuesday a. in. 7 o'clock. by his acquaint- covering highest
ances, was shaking hands with ,friends here who were indeed glad .grade construction ',.

Mrs Mae Magill and Mrs. Lula friends here Tuesday. to see themRoy SEEKING INFORMATION $135Others I ii:;

Yoemans made a business trip to Ft. I Monday several citizens of LaBelle from '

Myers the past Tuesday. The many, friends of !Miss Myrtice -rs Truer Stove is a nlace of vIsited Clewiston for the ,purpose otconsullhip J' $47 to $185

Williams will be pained to learn that beaut'' theso days. Mrs. Royer and ; the government engine*n-s ,

Mr. and Mrs.\ O. F. Alford of she is confined to her bed with a Miss T'arie Slalakowfeliy got busy a1111 regarding the ship canal that i3? to and Bridge Lamp with '

'a:, Bunnell, visjted Mrs.\ R. N. Miller stubborn attack of flu, but is somewhat have r' icorpf"1! 1 t f'io! storo In a mot I! be built by the government out of Parchment Shade '

and family Thanksgiving week. better at this time." attractive style indicative of Christ- the $9,000,000 appropriated at last $3.50Others -

mas. The front window certainly congress for the diking of Lake Okee- up to u ...

County Commissioner H. L. Delaney Miss Mildred Curry has taken the makes one think Christmas time is chobee and straightening of the Ca-
;I" of this district,- made a busl-, school at Tasmania for the rest of not far off.Speaking. loosahatchee river.In j7'-! -

: ness trip to Clewiston Wednesday. the term. She is one of the 1930 La- the party were Rawleigh and ,

'"xra,, .' I Belle graduates. She spent the past of the health tof LaBelle, Herman Dyess, Hugh Howell, Ed .. --..

"j"- Mr.\ and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves and week-end with home folks. Dr. C. E. Weaver remarked to yourcorrespondent O'Bannon and Hafney Altman., They ,

t children, of Felda, attended services : "This is a distressingly wish to do some of the contracting in Beautiful Drum Tables} .! .

I: at the Baptist church here Sunday. The numerous friends of Mr. Jennings healthy town. but we are all the work. What they accomplishedwe a"r as slctch"il i in solid. '

:: who has a hardware store glad of that." Of course we all know have not been able to learn. !jallOgi-my\

County Clerk Tom Hull, Hugh here, will be pleased to hear that his LaBelle is one of those very healthy $42.L0

J"E -- Hull, Ray Hull and Grover Hill have health is improving right along, and towns and as such bids for the best THE GUTTER CLUBIn Other tables for living room

:- gone on a hunting trip for the week. he is able to get around some.. class of settlers. LaBelle the "Gutter. Club" has at
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'" been organized with E E.. Edwards
't: I' $25 to $85 ,
ii.- Miss Ethel Endfinger is one of the Theo Stalder, representing Har- Wednesday morning there was a president. The club meets everydayin *?>

'1'' obliging clerks in the Royer -DrugStore wood and Wilson, Inc., dealers in slight frost in this vicinity. Those front of Hotel Everett and discucses -

r and is justly popular, with the pianos and radios. Fort Myers, accompanied with whom your correspondent has all the questions! of the day, tell-

,::':, public. ,by O. Grantham, was talked state that the damage to vege- ing how everything should be done,

",..r(,, I I among the business visitors to La- tables, is only slight, but the continued just what is the matter with the financial o

Mr. Cecile Jackman has relumed Belle Monday cold has the effect of holding situation, elects, presidents, ,Spinet Desk In beautiful
cabinet woods. So useful for
r from Oklahoma, where he has been back the growth and development of opens up revolutions, shuts them off the homo "
; visiting his parents for the past six the fruit and vines. jut t as easily and is a most useful $37.50 to I $87.50 Il

weeks. Chavis Curry i is wearing his arm organization according to Its ideas.

, In a sling. When asked the troublehe Rev. R. E Carlson, pastor of the To become a member or the club Colonial Bridge Lamp i
Table Lamps with Imported
:",, Mrs. W. P. Andrews entertained" stated that last week he was in Methodist, church of this city, is at- you must give up work, be a regular $5.50Desk : Pottery Ba'-o rmJ !cautiful .. ::

:,: a few friends Monday: evening at her a football game at Punta Gbrd and tending the annual Conference of the ,attendant and always be ,ready to fell Chairs harmonizing, shades ,

home. Music and candy making were had the misfortune to have a' finger Methodist Episcopal Church, South a good, story. We are thinking of applying $6 to $13.50 Icatured at '::

; enjoyed.Mr. brol'el1 in a practice game., Chivis at Lakeland this week The members for membership., $17.50 ;::.;
has been at Punta Gorda some time I of the church hero are exceedingly r- Tab'c: Luiii i.> baacJes: in plain ,.',:',:
and Mrs. Marvin Blount are working on the new bridge spanning anxious for Mr. Carlson to be ie- BAPTIST CHURCH : ., parchment paper :

visiting Mrs John Bennett in this the bay from Punta Gorda to Char- turned to LaBelle for another year as LABELLE, Nov 27.-Your correspondent ",- I I $.).50 : ;

city. Mrs. Bennett being Mrs. Blount's '""tte ITarbor.. He will be unable to lie has endeared himself to the people has been requested by the 1\\I\\ Q

mother. work ?:Jr several days. His friends and is doing a splendid work pastor and members of the Baptist

regret to hear of his misfortune. I here. church to request that you publish tl III
Mrs. Rose Marry returned home the following as information for the _

Tuesday from Havana, Cuba, where members and the in i
public general
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she has been teaching for the past Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.

two years. Preaching services 11:00 a. m. and s I I

8:00 p. m.Junior .
The Community Club of LaBelle is : :: :: : = :: B. Y. P. U.
meets 4 o'clock
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giving a benefit program Friday .'':;' Sunday afternoons.
: Martha Washington Sewing
evening at 8:00 o'clock. Admission Senior B. Y. P. U. meets 6:45 Sun- '" Cabinet of Solid Mahogany, Tea Wagons the smart
15 and 35 cents- day evening.W. has three' convenient drawers thing for dining loom or
living Note
room use. convenient
and storage space on
M. U. meets on the 2nd and 4th each side drawer for silver.

Friday William from Poole a fishing and sons trip returned to -the : : MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME f Wednesdays. m. of each month at 3:15p. $29.75 $30. to $80 -

Gulf, and reported a good time and l": .. '_ t.,1-! .. I
I II ,The public is cordially invited and L _-" 'fi. .
plenty of fish. I .. ,.7=-, "i1..ff
will receive a cordial welcome on all II""t'.:'-; 'Ipl. I I II

Mr. and Mrs. G. W Riddle and A FEW CHOICE ROOMS occasions. I < I";' iil

daughter. Vivian, formerly of Durham I I ,4P I I

N. C., have taken the Henrickson ARE NOW AVAILABLE., Times have gotten so hard and i illil'llt'! : !' !II II11,1
t money so scarce that according to ,:, !
cottage on Main Street. /11,1, II
," East Coast papers John D. Rockefel- 1 I > I

.. :-i' i.,?" : :,, low is now handing out nickels: Instead ,' Iii
Il I
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Curry are ,, Coffee Table of Anita uc ,
the proud parents of a seven pound REASONABLE RATES '.', :, :'':* *.:'.. ,:< of dimes. ,. -Oak as shown ,. I,.! .11 !ij
,", ,
girl born Wednesday. They have $25 :;::-1:
The Florida Advocate remarks: ',
named her Edna Faye. Tile Tables Mirrors for Living: Room,
HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS Who said the : country Is getting IIn,101'\ Bedroom. Host q'i-
$10 to $45
worse Here it is'nearly Christmasand Ity glass as shown
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Poole, Mr. and r- ,
I strawberries, are ripening. ', : Handy Tables In Tile $4.50. '
Mrs. Edd Yoemans and son, Bill, and I ,: .
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yeomans spent : $6.50, up Other styles to
/ TRY OUR SUNDAY Again we want to call the attention "
Sunday in Devil's Garden.Mr. DINNERS : $27.50 -
of the property owners to the fact :
}s that: after January 1,' certificates on '' :;. ;
George Burchard returned from : >: .
lands sold for taxes will be offeredfor ( ; : : : ;
Beaumont, Texas Thursday nigm. t "
sale at publi cauction. If have
you .
where ho has been the last six weeks :: :i ; ;- ;_,. ,
not paid your taxes, it would be wise
visiting Darby Grambling. CLEWISTON'S
r POPULAR HOTEL to look into the matfsr. The law under

which this sale takes place Applies Palm ? *sich Mercantile CO
(( ;MV. Rufijs -Small is home from !o
,', onl yto porperty upon which .
Arcadia .. ,
hospital after being there I --- )n
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taxes are due prior to 3ft3! <5 -.0
several weeks. His many friends
you allow the sale to take 1 j ': J
wihs him a speedy recovery. '
THE WATANABE HOTEL tra expense will be" entailed. -

E. E. Goodno, the pioneer builderof --- ,
We enjoyed a pleasant call from
LaBelle, and a man who has done
MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. Mr. L. A. Morgan\ of Fort Meale, -
much for this town, was a business PALM BAKERYPatronize { ,
visitor to Fort Myers Tuesday. Wednesday morning. Mr. Morgan .
conies to Wauchula occasionally, and, '

being an old newspaper man, never
The LaBelle High school basket ;=.::: :: : : home'industries.
; : '
ball :.:: :. = : : :::: =:= fails to call at the Advocate: off ice your .
team played Moore Haven Friday -
We are always glad to see him.-
evening, at Moore Haven. Ttfe
Wauchula Advocate. That's where L.
youngsters were all excited over the J. BRANTLEY & SON -
result. A. Junior got his talent. "Just a chip ,
girls team tied with a 'J
; -'--""-' ==r <..:_____ off'en the old block." _