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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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( VOLUME 5-NO. 7 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6, 1931 PRICE 5 CENTS

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I 4 L.. COMMISSIONERS SPRING TERM OF SECOND FLIGHT OF BIRTHDAY GOLF RADIO TALKS TO GEORGE 'B. HILLS


HOLD INTERESTING CIRCUIT COURT TO ( TOURNAMENT STARTS SUNDAY MORNINGThe EDUCATE PEOPLE WRITES INTERESTING



MEETING TUES. OPEN FEBRUARY 16 ON OUR STATE EVERGLADES STORY
I Birthday Golf Tournament, Wilson, 50-45-95; E. White, 63-58-

which is being held on the local golf 121; D. White, 55-51-109; Deam. 63-:

: '. .' County Attorney Tenders Clewiston Men To Serve course, got off to a good start Sun- 60-123; Lavon, 58-66-124; Saxon, Know Fla. Better Weeks Declares l 'Glades Have
clay. Beginning. eight o'clock matches 75-70-145; Alston. 54-51-103; Sturgis
;:.,.'_:.:. ':'.,' Resignation ; Accepted As Jurors; Grand Jury; were started at intervals of five 29.47-106; C. Nail 81-72-153; Making Great Been Source Of Direct

:'.>:fl.>: By Solons. To Investigate.Circuit minutes. Hackett, 47.47-94; Owen. 52-55-107; Progress. Profit To State.
"' ., The first to get started completed Yenowlne. 50-58-117; Blate, 76, nine -
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: The financial balance of the county I Court will open in Hendry I their matches early and watched. ,holes;' Jeffries, 59, nine holes; Mor- Florida facts and figures will be Editor's Note: The following article

,. :,:.-.. .-?/"':,-: as of January 1st is very alarming according county on February 16th according to the others play the club house green. 'gan, 54-49-103; Shelley, 45-39-84. broadcast 1n fifty half hour, programs was. written by George B.

:_.;": ..':::-'.- to the figures of Tom Hull, information received from Tom Hull, The 1'ol1owil1matches, have been The, following players will start from Florida. radio stations? during Hills, member of the State"Road

clerk of tho' circuit court of Hendry. clerk, last Tuesday.The played; I their second flight Sunday: the last week of February, accordingto Department, and was read at the

.' '--:' county, and secretary to the board of following,men have been drawnto Alston defeated Sturgis, 2-1-Alston Alston vs. H.. Vaughn or,, Plunkett. the Florida State Chamber of Commerce Winter Park convention of the FlorIda -
'.. U strokes handicap., Stewart Blate
;f' ''; ; county commissioners. serve as jurors during the coming vs or Jeffries. as part of the Fifth .Annual League of Municipalities... Mr...
.. .- E. White defeated Wilson, 1 up' 19th E. White Mrs. Duff.
: )": According to the vs Know Florida Hills is
report of Mr. Hull I term of the court: Better Week and Buyat one of the best informed
.. Z.i'::'':'.'.'. to the the balance Y. H. Kolstadt, green White 19 ,strokes handicap. Lavon vs B. Nail Home
:. .. Commissioners. in R. Patterson, C. Campaign. engineers on the Florida Everglades -
"1 "":,'' y,,:: each fund was as follows: General Tillet Crawford E. B. Fortson, G. A. I La von defeated Saxon, 5-4-Lavon Boggs vs'Duff.Shelley These programs will consist of He declares that the potential -

:,.{"i Fund $3738.69, Fine and Forfeiture Graham, Samuel Saunooke, M. H. 3 strokes handicap.B. 'vs Owen. twenty-minutes of entertainment, a value of the Everglades to the

;i.' ::".:: 12 cents, Road and Bridge $3195.93, Gibson, A. B. Cherry, F. Watt Hall, Null defeated Houze 2-1-} ven. Hackett vs. Whits. seven minute talk on some phase of state of FloiTda is $150,000,000.00and

'N..J ,' Bond Fund $20.627.93. Agriculture. Dan B. Allen, L. W., Howard, J. W. Duff, defeated Vaughn. 4.2Vaughn Biggs or Bowden- vs Hall. or Park- Florida activity, and short Florida that one of the popular miscon-

;{, Fund 534.SS, County Fair $269,44, Ezelle, R. L. Carraway: M. J. Bush, IS, strokes handicap. inson? Facts. The facts and figures to be. ceptions concerning the Evergladesis

'".': Court House Int. and Sinking $289.60 Ralph Hendry, James Dana, R. E. Shelley defeated .:Morgan, 4.3-Mor- Those playing in the. consolation used during the, programs are being that the State of Florida or its

and Maintenance $49.68. Burchard, J. L. Brantley, Willie Dan- gan 13 strokes, handicap. flight*:, will be notified before Sun- prepared by the Florida Sate Cham- citizens are draining and reclaim

v The bond fund cannot be used for icK ,j! G. Allfiands, Mario. .J. Messer, Hackott defeated C. Nail, 7.6-Nall day.. .After the present flights have ber of Commerce. entertainment ing this area. The citizens of the

any: other purpose than retiring the, Chas. Clutter, Chas' L. Adams, Walter IS strokes handicap.D. been completed the names will be features will be provided through the counties outside the Everglades

I;1 ; county bonds. Neither can the court P. aVughn, Jr., Oliver Davidson, I White defeated Deam, 7-6-:White put into a hat and drawn: out .to see cooperation of local chambers ot com- area are generally .of the opinion'

; : ". \"r. house bond fund. 'The balance left F. M. Wright, J. K. Mowery, RobertG. I 4 strokes handicap. 'who will be matches for the second merce and the Junior Chambers of that in some way they are paying

J: for operating the county as of Janu- George, F. M. Scott, O. L. Jef Owen defeated Yeuowine, 1 up- flight Commerce 0.[ Florida. The program towards the cost of such reclama-

.: ,_:' ary 1st is $8112.93 from which all bills fries, S. A. Luckey, W. R. Brown, E. Yenowlne six strokes handicap. ''It is not known just what handicaps will be presented through the courtesy tion. The facts are to the contrary,

} : will have to be paid_ that were passed T. Reynolds, Clement L. Nail, F. :B. Heard defaulted to Boggs. will be used for the other matches !: of the Florida radio stations. declares the engineer. The State of

l! for payment at the meeting- Tuesday.' Ballard.All The following! scores were turnedin but a good idea would be to take' the Interest in the annual "Know Florida Florida, or the people by taxes or

i '- It was estimated that. this, amount jurors will report to LaBelle on during the matches Sunday: B. i scores made Sunday and use these Better Week and Buy at Home" otherwise have never paid a, penny

I would-* be at least $300000. I Monday morning at nine o'clock. Nail 60.61-121; Houze, 62-81-143; for future matches. campaign is. being' manifested in all toward the development of the Ev-

This will give the present board: of There are several important. cases I sections of the state through Chambers erglades. On the contrary, the Everglades

.. commissioners very little money to to be heard at this term of the cir- of Commerce, luncheon clubs, to date have been a sourceof

.. .. operate, with unless some of. the. cuit court which will be known as the CARE SHOULD BE W. S. HARVELL IS merchants associations, and schools, direct profit to the people of other -

\ large land owners, pay their taxes during Spring term of the court., ", according to,the State Chamber. sections of the state. In the single -

i "the next thirty days. I Judge Whitehurst was requested to TAKEN IN BURNING"Small PUTTING ADDITION Every community in the state has instance of the payment into the''

It waR noted .at the last meeting: of postpone court due to the financial I been; invited to submit ten facts con state school fund of 25 per cent of

I.I! the board that, the bills for road work condition of the county but due to the cerning Its altratcions: industrial ag- the proceeds of Everglades lands

:, were unusually small. The Clewlslon, fact that the law says court must be GRASS IN OUR CITY I ..: TO SEED STORE. grlcultural or other activities for use sold by the Trustees; the people of

district had less than $50.00 for, road held at this time Judge Whitehurstis ,, in connection with-be radio programsand ,the state have profited by some
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work last month. Other districts. were compeled to comply with the law.A in campaign material. A numberof $1,540,000.00.

reduced in accordance with the Clew good many of the jurors drawnare Tree And Shrub- Will l Be Used For Packing cities have already appointed committees -

'iston district. In making the budget from the Clewiston district. Sev bery Are BeingDestroyed. !i ". Tomatoes: And As- to handle the event and have Misunderstandings appear inevit-

'. last year this fact was called to the eral will be serving on the jury for their programs well worked out at able in the conduct, of human affairs.In .

.5 attention of the old board.' I the first time since they' have established I.I.A Warehouse. this time. over twenty years of professional,

The school board Is in very bad I their residence, in Hendry This statewide observance for four activity I have come in contact with,,

w .. shape financially this does'not.. mean r county. From the names that appearon At this season of the year a number W LS. Harvell, owner and managerof :years has been carried out success no project so completely; misunder-

that the board has been extravafant I I the list the county will. be well of 'grass fires always occur. When the'of Harvell. Seed Company, hasstared fully through the cooperative effortsof stood as, is' the Everglades of Florida.

In their! expenditures. They have not served with qualified jurors, during burning grass on ,a vacant lot in I' construction. of a large warehouse the press, radio stations, ,chambers, The public conception of physical

had any money to pay the teachers this term of court. Clewiston care should be taken to see and packing house in connection of commerce civic organizations, and conditions, of the:nature of land own-

: ".t;: with due to the fact that their only that, the small shrubbery is not, damaged i l ; with his. seed, store.? schools. It has annually brought Florida erships, of the extent and nature: of:

-: Y 1 'r source .of_income _1s,'from: taxes. The. -' by _the,_-.fire*..During%.%thml! >as t 1|.::-Thfe: building,will,be SO..by_68......fee ,,a wealth v of ,favorable.. publicityand the ..interest. of the. State. of Florida ,_
I ;1r. 'i) county', has "other sources of income ROAD DEPARTMENTWILL .year' the Clewiston Company ha setout J J' ,when 'completed and will be ready inquiries sii result, of.: the i and of .administrative status- o1

other than taxes which helps them several hundred small pines and I'|[ for use for the approaching tomato campaign: carried on locally and .on a I the Everglades development "an .

.out of the: : tight places at times. COMPLETE palm trees. They are hardly noticeable 'I: season. statewide basis.STATE ., commonly erroneous.In .

These conditions not and should be taken of Mr. Harvell has
arc alarmingto care I conducted a seed what I am about to say I will

those who are familiar with the financial HENDRY ROADSNew when burning dead grass around your : business in Clewiston for the past FAIR OPENS endeavor to correct some of those

income of the county. This house. I three years. Last year his building more common misconceptions.

fact is being called to the attention We have noticed several small I was burned and he constructed a The KIssimmee River '
Fisheating.
'_. ". of, our readers for the purpose of giving Budge t: Includes patches that were burned during the small building to meet the, needs of AT TAMPA WITH Creek and Taylor's Creek .I drain a to-'

you the true facts concerning the Work, From Mains past week and these small plants truckers in this section during the I tail of some 4176 square miles or'peninsular

county and to those who might feel Corner To Here.On were killed. It takes years to grow I winter planting season. LARGE ATTENDANCE Florida into their outlet in

disposed to criticize the Commissioners : trees and beautiful shrubbery and it{ The new addition will be built on Lake Okeechobee, which is one of.the

." for not working the roads or doing should not be destroyed by fire. the same order, as the present buildIng great fresh-water' lakes this -;--...
of
na- --
other things that you might deem February 18th the State Road which is wood framed with iron
: Best Exhibits ever shownAt tlon. At normal levels, the area of
members will meet at
The is avail. Department ,
necessary. money not sides.
,.':'-.. able and if the present board works Ocala. to review the budget as adver- CONSOLATIONPLAY Tampa Fair Now thelake Is approximately 725 square
miles or nearly half a million acres.
>,';, out of their ffmmciat'troubfes and tised and hear all complaints.A On Display.
Beginning at and about the shoresof
.:< keeps. the board. out of debt' they will brief review show that Hendrycounty. TO START GROUND BROKEN
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'r" z the lake we find a typical, broad
deserve the of citizen will receive a great deal of
,; praise every of
: .. TAMPA. Fla., Feb. Shattering
Florida slough marsh 'which
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: : the entire county. benefit from the present budget._ The THIS WEEK FOR NEW records the or confined
SUNDAYMORNING previous, attendance day between higher sand lands on
...-:{1j;: The meeting Tuesday was a continuance state road, department has included I South Florida Fair got under way on -
'either side extends in. a southerly dIrection
::i of the first meeting. held by 100000.00 for, work, on the. road from -
.. CATHOLIC CHURCHGround Tuesday with the.most' magnificentinternational to tidewater the' extreme
:,I,:,;. the new board. Business was handled Mains\ Corner, north of Moore Haven,
;' V Eight Matches Will Be exposition in its history lower end of the state. This marsh
i; strictly according to the law and good to Clewiston. $90,000.00 for tho workon '
America's'greatest
I : rlvaly for the honors of varies from 30 to .50 miles in width
': Judgement of the commissioners. state road twenty-five from Fort Started For Those Defeated .
exhibition.
: was broken this week for agricultural .
.\ There is still a little agitation on part Myers to LaBelle, this will complete and is approximately 102 miles in
skies and cool winds failed
the construction of a. Catholic churchin Cloudy'
Sunday.
<.... of some of the commissioners to take the cross state highway from Fort length"below the lake. The area which
.' Clewiston A lot was donated by to dampen the ardor of more than
:\': offense at anything concerning those Myers to West Palm Beach. -- it comprises is large. It Includes some
.
the Clewiston visitors who the amphitheater -
Company and actual 15,000 packed
'' The consolation flight of the Birth- 6250 miles of land which Is
square ,
do
they not with
agree regardless of Two projects are included for the
work six 'sensational auto
\ was started Tuesday. The during
: daf golf tournafent will get. underway five times the area of all of Rhode
right' or This is toy
wrong. expected work from Clewiston to LaBelle,
I I196G49.55 Sunday morning to church will be built in Civic Center races and the initial presentations of
according Major Island; substantially greater than tho
he done with in the future'and included
away and
$ $231,139.31 are
Wilson. 'and will be of Spanish design. 40 circus and hippodrome features.
'. it does. seem that a great future is in this work,' which is now under Father Fiunegiu, who has been in The climax of a' thrilling program area of all of Connecticut; and more
: ahead for the county. construction 70419.31 from Clewls The following pairs were drawn than two-thirds the. area of either
h4 Clewiston for the past several months was reached with the firing of a man
: late Thursday night after all matches That,
w. W. Preston, the new county at- ton to the Palm Beach County line. New Jersey or New Hampshire.
ffrat'flight has been working on the idea of form .a huge cannon, a nerve tinglingsensation '
were completed, in the : area is known as the Everglades or
toiney, turned in his resignation without The total number of miles repre-
in
." Vaughn plays Sturges.. building a church for his congrega that surpasses anything
< comment and it was accepted by sented In the 44.11 for Hen- Florida.
budget are
fair
Saxon: plays Houze. tlou. During the past four months the the way of an attraction that the
:, the board. Mr. Preston made the dry county alone. The work on the I. "" The superficial: aspects of that .
offered.
Catholics
Heard plays Vaughn have been using the Community has ever
1' : statement that if he could not satisfy road from Mains corner to Clewiston slough or,marsh-which, however, are
',',' Morgan plays Yenawlne. church to hold their early Every' foot of space in the 22 big
the board he did not want to stan'd is not included in this estimate. Nail plays Deam. S"ndav morning mass. exhibit halls is crowded with exhib- supported only to slight extent by
'. in the way of the board in helping to geological data-would Indicate thatit
tho four
During past years every Kelley plays V. Blate. Father Finneglu has won the admiration its. Outstanding of all are the displays -
>' make this county the best in the effort has been made to have the and and Lake Okeechobee might once .
Pete Wilson plays Dunaway.All and respect of the entire of Spain, Italy, Holland
; ;,. state. The board did not elect a new State Road have been a tidal estuary of the ocean
Department do this work.
of the above matches must be community since he has been in Clew- Portugal, magnificent with rich art
attorney. nor did they say anything elevated by some later geological pro-
During the present administration the
iaton. treasures. Greater luster will be added
played by next Thursday after which At his services can be noti : \daIr
r' regarding the resignation of Mr. cess and thereafter filled up with an
,
work has been started
or completed. those criminated will drop out of the faiths. His sermons have been Inspiring to foreign participation on Feb-.

Preston. I The, people of Hendry county should tournament and the sefiflnals will and his work in the community : 13. Spanish day when Spain's ambas accumulation of decayed vegetation.The .
Other routine business attended muck which
wag show their appreciation to Mr. Bent- be played the 'next Sunday. Ifas been for the benefit of the I sador to Washington, with his staff accumulated com
:.' to, part of which was reading the prises the soil is underlaid by a.
". ley and Governor Carlton for their I top
: The match to be played this after- entire community. will be the guest of honor of the fair
:'::.: minutes of the past meeting, and all interest in this section. continuous bed of limestone rock of
'.... .. noon between Tom Shelley and W. C. Father Finnegln has been In this association. More than 12,000 Spanish
: .
: bills. turned in for payment. Irregular pothole and pinnacle forma
.
Owen is the second 'round residents of Tampa territory are preparing -
.. of the first country only a short time having received .
h tion and of varying degrees of hard
TWO BIG EVENTS
FOR FEBRUARY
flight. his education in foreign lands. a fiesta and other elaborate
,1.__ Clewiston Shipping entertainment. ness. The general top elevation of

... ., Peas And Beans To The Central Florida Exposition, at Not a single plan of the fair association that underlying rock decreases from
Report of Activities
above seal level nearthe
Orlando, and the Volusia County Fair to make this exposition the about ten feet

Northern MarketEnglish held at DeLand, are among the leading '. greatest in history has miscarried. southern shores of the lake to the

I events to be held in Florida during CLEWISTON MILL Every department has been enlarged elevation of tidewater at the southern,

,: .. .. The Volusia margin of the state The muck top soilis
peas and beans are being February. County Date : and the exxhlblts in every line surpass -
': ", shipped from Clewiston according tot Fair runs from February 17 to :21 Cane Ground Total Sugar Made To Bags any previous year showing. in of greatest depth and elevation ad-

r. information from Milton Crouch, local while the Central Florida Exposition Today To Date Made Date Shipped quality and quantity. jacent to the lake. It, too, decreases

, f" representative of R. V. Allison and opens! ts doors February 24 and con- Bags, Bags quite uniformly In both depth and
+ Previous '
::; '. Company.- tinues for five days. 49.241.09 19265 THE WEATHER i surfaceelevation in a southerly direction

,',,<, Several hunlred hampers of beans Jan. ,28 .196375 61204.80 1160 20,125 1255 I ';,to meet the elevation of tide
.. ....-; Jan. 29 2441.60 53,646.44 981 21406 750 lower end of the Florida
... : nnd BOARero shipped from Clewls- LAKE. LEVEL r Date Max. Min. Rainfall water at the
':.. ton Wednesday.Durlrcj 6AM. 6PM, Jan. 30 3705.15 7,351.59 1419 22.821 1500 71, 57 peinsular.
Jan. 26 .......I......
tb' past month cold wealh Jan. 29} 17 17 Jan. 31 3504.50 60,856.09 1663 24484 1500 I Jan.. 27 .............. 74, 55 I. Under natural conditions preceding

..:...,: er and high winds have been a great: I Jan. 30: :: 17 17 Feb. 1 3451.30 64,307.39 1897 26381 1760 Jan. 28, .??......?. 74 46 any reclamation of the Evergladesthe

;: r handicap: '. to growers- trans and teas Jan. 31 :... ................... 17 17 Feb. 2 1575.80 65,883.19 54:1: 26925 504Fob. I Jan. 29 .....,........ 75. '49 muck soil about the lake had a
I
"\.- are bringing a fair price to' those Feb i ..,..:'L: .,:?.:.::....:,..:-.17. 17 3 3747.40 69,630.59 1480 28405 1255 I I I Jan. 3D) ?......,..... 76 46 'general depth of ten to twelve feet

N' ; \vrto have been fortunate in raising. i, Feb. 2 '':::. ;.:?.. ..;;i........ 17 '. 17 Raw sugar selling F. o. B. Savannah. $3,30: to"$3.40, .. -" I Jan. 31 ..,....!...? 76 47 and'a surface elevation about 21 feet
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v< 'a' crop. Feb. 3 ...... .....:............. 16.8 16.8 weight I per bag''of sugar, 325 pounds. I .':, Feb. 1 ................ 73 54, (Please turn to Page 4)
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FRIDAY, FEJ: % A'V: / C 1931
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YfcIEw t 1 commission, the fish commission, tho j : J I".
WORLD-WIDE SIFTI1 GS
.game commission, tho board of control

Published every Friday at the motor vehicle bureau, the -

Clewlston, Florida. welfare board, etc., and placing; their'

littles 'powers and hespollsl iJi.ies! in Suspicious officers found a cracked A letter from a Jacksonville (Fia.)

LOUIS MORGAN .... Publisher 'ho: governor and his cabinet.If jar containing sauerkraut inside the v;' mall to' the Atlanta (Ga.;) post-

leaking suitcase which Henry Glover< mister, says:: : "I am sure:! ;you: can'

Entered at the Postoffice at ClewIstnn the power could! be conferred upon was cairiyng when arrested at St. fiuil ma a fine man to be my; husband, I UI "" 1'" "-""'......... v --- "'- '.
Florida, as second class .matter -s r ..H! _. i
this :
stale
five business men in ,
Paul, Va., But please select him carefully, as 1 I .. ..
whom I could select, the state government
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES am particular is these matters:'
I I
could be reconstructed and [ HOME PAINTING CITRUS PRESERVES
One Year .................................:...... ?2.50 Pomeroy, Ohio, is believed to have 1 1I
reorganized so as to save the taxnpyc.a I I -
Six Months .................................... 1.50 I ; ran million dollars annuallyn 'ho oldest practising woman dentist iin j .The 3 isfants bom to Patricia Go ]i Not only does painting add to the

Months .... ... .75 the United Stales in the person of MQZ: comprise:! the 5th set ol triplets While abundance of citrus
Three .?.................... : beauty of home but it to an
(. state expenditures. This would be a serves
Dr. Amy L. Whaley, !92 years old I Born in Malaga, Spain, during the .i fruits are on hand the' l lioupevrife
] protect the wood. Some so far as
RATES i reduction of only twenty-five per go '
ADVERTISING who passed the state dental examination lae( 2 weeks. i I should not forget that they will make
and this is twice the i to say the outside appearance of a
Forty five cents per inch. No discount ::ent. sum in 1857. I I be'sttest.
good Try a few is the
No position' imount of all the ad valorem taxes house\ is an expression l of the individuals preseives.
for plates. special
real and Too sympathetic to dacapitate a within. Painting the farm home .
tangible
the slate
paid to by
guaranteed. All advertising copy A good second-hand town hall can I
''urKey which his wife wo ue.l for a maul''
isn't such an expensive and ] [
.nersonal properly combined. And a
must be in this office Wednesday be purchased at a bargain price at80nneilsJerg Grapefruit Preserves
on : .
r< cent dinner! a Syrr.c.'ifu! .i> Y.)
task
bo
and faun home could I
curtailment expenditures, I every
greater of Germany where the Use 1 pound of grapefruit peel, 3.4
before'issue of (
paper. man carried the bird to the cellar
painted either later if def
datively! can probably be made or town officials have decided to' sell now or I M i pound of sugar 1 pint of water, and :
where he luMd its head the unlighted
over -
iitc pLums made do it.
The Ground Hog must have seen the city and county expenditures.: the building to get the municipality; : were to i 2 slices of lemon, 1-8 inch thick.,
gas range in an effort to asphyxiate
himself, more rain and cold weather. But it is said that real estate is out of debt.Historic Color Combination I Select bright fruit with a thick
it. Later, ,the wife discovered -
Tho
following
than burden of taxi are some suggested
its
hearing more peel, and wash 'carefully, using a
the turkey strutting aroand I
color combinations
: with
Ivory a
Forty-five thousand dollars malces i I atlon. Boston (Mass..) Common, brush to remove stains. Cut in strips
while the man was unconscious llerecoered.
tiimminq of colonial yellow forest !
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a good payroll in Clewiston. '' where' cows grazed in Colonial days, or shapes. Remove the bitter from
F I It Is estimated that: the real nUll green, or white; while with trImming '
the peel by adding 2 pints of water
is now valued at $2,000,000 an acre. .
tangible personal property of this of light yellow, gray, or green; colo I i
What a golf tournament-Major Converted into business sites, it to the pound of fruit and the lemon,
-tatc, has: a value of six billion doltal's nlal yellow with white, ivory or''
Wilson knows just how to run one. would be worth nearly $100,000,000. Add World Wide Siftings.... .... .. .. ". and boiling: for 15 minutes. Pour oil
We do know there is in excessof brown trimming; seal brown with
Clear-visioned persons who saw the water, and repeat the process
two and a half billions of fire: insurance trhr.mlng of ivory white-j'cllow, or .
It's easy' to beat a fellow when he When 3 canines, which were present "Blind Life," a play written by P. J. until the desired taste is cached
: outstanding co'cringthis! sage: green; silver with ivory,
has to give.. you a 'few strokes;: but in a New York N. Y., court durIng Hall who it: blind} produced by an gray Then add the peel and lemon to a
Pioperty. And yet all the real: and warm pray" or moss green. trims;
when the match is. even on the ISth a hearing .to decide dog owner entire cast:! of blind people at High- boiling syrup made from the sugarand
tangible personal properly Is assessed warm gray with ivorjwhile, or' 01,1
green 'and you beat him on the nth ship, barked so loud that witnesses Inndrj.: N. J., pronounced the play a I a pint of water. Boil until the
for at the insignificant I I
taxation purposes ive green 'trimmings; light lead witha
without any handicap that's different.Local could not be heard, a newspaper reporter success. peel is 'transparent and the syrup suwfi.ciently -
sum of less than six hundred trim of white, warm gray, or silver -:
fed the dogs gumdropstheirupper he'avy.Whole .
million dollars. And out of a total ; apple green with a dark green
golfers who were defeatedin and lower teeth stuck together At his South Peabody .Mass.: home Kumquat PreservesUse
expenditure of forty-two million dol: white or gray trim.A +-
Sunday's matches have now and the trial went on. Win. H. Anderson has erected a sign 1 pound kumquats lo 3.4
lays for.state purposes, the aclvalorem house somewhat hidden by foliage -
trained their eyes on the consolation Inscribed as follows: "'Vanted-In. pound of sugar and 1 pint of water.
ta-ces on real and personal-property' should bo painted in light, rather A.
prize. Salmon packers have donated 2J(., "malion leading to the' capture of n I Wash the kumquats in soap and
"O'libinod! contribute only five millions bright colors to'e it a contrast,
000( one-pound cans of salmon for the !Job, by the father, of seven." water. Sprinkle: 'them with a table-
of dollars. while a Manse ii: the open should be
The printing question .was settled needy citizens of Seallle Wash., spoonful of soda, and cover with boil-
painted to milYor ro'ors.Gimpls 1
Tuesday at LaBelle. From now on Wilh this statement of fact, which Three year old Olka Karnowiz hash S Ing water.. Let stand 10 minutes, and

Hendry county will have two papers cannot be successfully denied, why After she gave birth to the 16th I 3.cim, nil alone, the 4,500 mile jour Suggestions rinse them in three changes of watI -
Before painting cover all knots and
working like one. the continued statements throughoutthe child, recently. Mme. Eugene' Bathel ney from her uncle's home In Polandto I I er. Make a slit 1-4 inch long on one
I sappy places titit fh a coat of shellac i|,
her mother In Montreal Canada. .' side of each fruit, and boil in water
state that real estate is bearingmore der, of Dijon, France, was presented :
I or aluriimun paint! to !seal:: in the
i Diamond ball practice has been delayed -: than its share of taxation? Why with the insignia of the French Legion i 1 i. for 15 minutes. Repeat this boiling
itch> so that it will not bleed through |
but Ed promises to ,have the do not people think? of Honor. Although he is only 4 years old, VanDyke i: process three times. Then drop the
the paint. Never try to paint a wa-1
lights going full this week. Tiers, of Downers Grove, Ill, I kumquats into a boiling sugar solution ,
I have frequently asserted and tersoakcd house; or I the side on which
The fire loss in the United States, knows the Greek alphabet, can name made by dissolving the sugar In
again assert, that our state has the the direct sun rays are shining. The
rrjng'o I during 1930 totaled $465,000,000 which and locate very country on the globe the pint of water: Boil gently until
Captain Buff i is t his simplest! and the best form of taxation first coal shouKl contain more oil and
I amount is 10 per cent greater thanin and its capital. The boy's parents transparent and until the syrup givesa
idea on the parkway through Civic of state. This statement has turpentine than later coats since it
any 1929. The Nashua (N. II.) blaze, taught him all he knows by answerIng sligh jelly test. If the vessel is
Center.. Looks good} to passing tourists been repeatedly misrepresented and has to penetrate the wood. Paints for i
which destroyed .300 buildings, was every question he ever asked. covered just before it Is moved from
throughout the state soft woods should have more ,oil and
misunderstood last 'year's biggest fire.China's the flame, and allowed to stand for
- t -. l.ave!!: never contended! for a moment less turpentine than those for harder
The youngest drummer in the 25 minutes it will help to plump the
Every room in 'a certain hotel here that: ( (the laws:; with reference, to it are United States i said to he James surfaces. The priming coat shouldbe fruit..

'was : filled last night. Clewiston .is being forced.. The trouble has:! not Legislative Council has Reid, 3 1-2 year\ old Philadelphia allowed to stand for, at least a
passed a law raising the Chinese week before the coat is I Sour Orange PreservesCut
second ap
getting on the map through its sweet been with our form of taxation, bu I (Pa.) boy, who is a regular radio lealure. -
activities.' thai the laws with reference to it women :o position of equality with plied. Three coats are necessary for' or grate olf the yellow part

: have not been enforced. the men of that country. i painting a new house. .: from oranges, leaving the white portion -

Over' $600,000 will be spent on Hen I If repainting an old house, all loose : of the peel. Cut in halves,

'dry county roads during this year I The tax assessors should be givenall The shock from a fall while descending Due to a peculiar atmospheric condition paint should be scraped off, and two '( squeeze out the juice, but don't breaK.

-according to the budget '. from the the help that is needed in order to the stairway in his London ] which prevailed 'In Mexico recently coats added. if the paint has been the peel.: Put -1 oranges so fixed into

State Road Department. enable them to place on the tax rolls (Eng.) home recently, restored the the planet! : Venus shone biishl-: I neglected for some time. If the sur i i j 5 quarts of water. and, boll for :20

I' all the real estate and tangible personal sight, hearing, and speech of Benja ly in ,.a. sunlit sky at mld-daj' i face is chalky or powdery, more oil minutes.. Change to fresh water and ,

property in the state. and then min Dunston, who came out of: the 1 .. : 'e.', ", --2... ; and turpentine should he used in the boil for 15. Change the water twice :..

Hendry county is still able to meet that there should be equitable ana World War. blind deaf and dumb, the I .\"bedroom; suite i inlaid with 1,000- i' firft coat. If the surface. Is hard, more, boiling from 8 to 10 minutes. \
it's obligations, But need 'I
we some proper assessment of it. Some of it is 'osult of shell-shock.. ..' I 1030') pieces of walnut redwood and more turpentine and less oil than: Drain, and boil in a syrup made trout

tax money mighty bad. grossly over-assessed; some, grossly, ,: ." i spruce is owned by Andrew Halak- usual should be used' in the first coat. i j I 1 part of sugar in.1 part' of water

under-assessed; and some not assessed ..... Census, figures reveal that about j sen. 'a Park Falls (Wis.) mechanic, Virginia; P. Moore. until fruit is transparent. As the

KNIGHTS STATEMENT at all; and tangible persona one-fourth of Ireland's.population who spent 4 rear making the bed syrup boils down, add water to Keep

property of a value' in excess of one consisls of bachelors. j I I dresser, cedar ,chest and stand with RURAL COMJ,10SENSE I the original densilj' Pack the transparent -

This stament will be adversely billion dollars, assessed at a mere ---- pieces of wood so small he was able i iI By Spuls Johnson I fruit strain the _syrup, and

criticised by- a small minority of the song. ;r A marvel to doctors who said she I to hold 10,000 of them in his two : I IIIArE. boil it until thick. Pour it over the'

people and the views approved of by could never live, little Barbara Jean houds] cl one time. A FARM"BOY.. OTVFJN fruit, and process '10 minutes. :then
I Then the laws with reference to the "
a'large majority' of them. Ptowlcy of Springville, Utah, who at 7 A ; BECOMES seal. -
I collection: of taxes so assessed should. :
Men who have never, taken any interest birth weighed only one pound and The London (Eng.) Surgeons Museum A BUSINESS FARMERIt :
be simplified. The laws, passed by the
in state' affairs have, during' ;! could wear a wedding_ ring for a contains C.OOO skulls, some dat- -

the past year and half last legislature construed by the bracelet is 2 old and in in from 9' B. C. I' RURAL COMMON SENSE
a suddenly j! supreme: :court recently will compel now years ? .. i te remarkable! .how soon a boyon By Spuds Johnson
become tax experts, and the people perfect health.Thomas the" farm will. pick business
I' people] in the future to pay taxes; but I up -.----
of Florida have had inflicted upon 1 T'lWcronick: 20 years old, of practices and good methods if givena
:
the laws with reference to the collection WATCHING ALL ANGLES
them ,a diarrhoea! of words and. a constipation I, of the same can be very much :: W. ,Kennedy ,has been a I :Meriden, Conn., was arrested alter chance ,and the proper encouragements. HELPS TO BRING PROFITTO

of ideas with reference to i Sau Francisco:: (Calif.) street car con he had beaten his mother because During the Christmas holi-
Simplified. I can suggest a law for MODERN FARMING
.the scrcaJIed'taxation situation. I I. the simplifications of the collection of ductor for 43 .years, and during that shrt: cUd not have: his breakfast ready days I made a trip to my father's farm

The question under consideration 1' taxes that will save more than three time he has veer missed a mn or when he arose at 1 p. m. and my old home community. As my

is so simple that it is amazing that s sit I had a mishap with his car. father is getting old, my brother, who "Spuds, you are always in the first
hundred
: thousand dollars and
a year;;
is so 'misunderstood. After he refused to reduce rents, is now 15 years old and the only boy car of watermelons that moves from
I may do so in some future communication
At the close of 1920 our state ex : Joseph Pi. Churchill ras completed as the Facist government! had decreed left on the place, is doing a good this area, and you always have plenty -

penditurcs amounted to eight million I his 60th year as Judge of the Dor- G'ennat.o1at.: cena. owner of 600 nart of the work' of managing the of feed for your hogs about this
'
dollars. by the close of 1924 they had I iI.j i The taxation form of Florida is different chester (M\mss.- District Court. apartments: in Naples, Italy, has been farm. time of 'year," said my friend from

leaped to eighteenmillions; .'by the !!' from any other state. The, his senl to an exile's island for "2 years. This boy has a chance which I town the other day when he came out

end of 1928 they had jumped to the ;,: lory of. its legislation has been dit During the last 30 days, the Association never had-that of taking part Mn to go hunting "Perhaps those two

staggering sum of forty-two millions, j'i ferent. It has been because. of" thi of the Godless,. organization In :an effort to enforce its traffic boys' club work as conducted by the things account for the fact that :you

since which time there has been no I I that Florida has attracted capital and oC Russian ,atheists succeeded in 1 laws the, city of Paris France has I county agent: under the supervisionof make money out of your farming operations

reduction in the annual expenditures. that it has increased fitfy-one percent clising 231 church buildings most, ot _placed] 1,000 new policemen on duty. the Stale College of 'Agriculture. every year," he added.

The expenses of the cities and ;; in population during the past ten which were converted into moving f TT-?"* :IMJ t projecls have been strictly And he came pretty close to hitting -

counties l have increased: :) in greater'proportions. : : years while the balance of the country picture houses. The aim of the association ;:'.:p've-yoar.oh t Butter Day, P.m'ins lit=; own-ho has done all the work the nail on the head. The first r

< : has increased only sixteen per is to close every place of religious wick (Ga.). Negro toppled over dead, 'I' and' managing of his projects, in addition few cars of watermelons are the ones ;

So we have the amazing spectacle I cent. ) worship in Russia. the rtsuU of a ruptured blood vessel to the other work he has clone that bring the money. So it is a good '

that while the state has grown onlyfiftyone I' -. "*-hieh he suffered while he stood on around the farm. And what is bestof idea to plan and work to the end that

per cent In population during i The real estate: men of this state, : Elmer Rood, of Quincy, 111., was Ms! head to win a 10 cent wager from nil, ho hrs! been allowed to keep you can be among the first shippersof

the past ten years, .state expenditures -:! who arc more responsible for '. II.1 fined $200 for using the telephone to i companion. I :MT profits which have resulted from melons from your territory. Plan-

have increased over, five bnn.I''I present extraordinary public expenditures scold his ,wife. I ,1 his projects. And these profits while I ,ming to market when the product is

dred per cent. state city, and county, than I O!! tin: roof oC an Oakland( Cnl.) I j not large: in any one Instance, )ha"erown bringing the best price, whether the

.}.nd n0\1..1, all the remainder of the people com- :): l'id be watermelons! or
hogs
because: of this we arc 'I I The United States Mint in Philadelphia furniture factory tands the world's i j until they are now no small

told by thon taxation experts that I blued, are endeavoring to create sen- Pa.,' during 1930, turned .out I largest chair which is 20 feet high. I II "Mount. for a country boy on the what-not, is a good plan. .
I
our system of taxation i is.completely. 1!t timcnt ,to induce the legIslature to 192,606,000!) coins-quaiterG, climes, 1 1I I 1"f'> feet across and weighs 1,800 'i earn who is just now 13:> year cold.T "And you always have plenty ot
broken down. '1'I! destroy; and butcher our present formLJ i it feed for your hogs," was his other
has deposited all of his
.I nickels and pennIes-for a total of "viml3. The chair is constructed or earnin's -
i of taxation.: If this is done it will de- I statement have found that it pays
Pray what ha": our system [ in bank in Although
o taxation $4.801.600, besides 3,300,120 coins for wicker,. a savings town. -
to do with this enormous expenditure 'I stl'Oth greatest asset the state has. I fO01.:1: countries. _' I I ho lives 21 miles from this to have plenty of feed for my hogs,

'' Florida has and to let my hogs harvest ,their
of .
: the most conservative '
money? I \\.s. 'J_ White on time way to the barn to !'own, which has a population of 12.-
.
With this statement of ,facts, which{ citizenship of any staate. If the next I YTV"! 'Whitney,. a Wellsboro (Pa.) I '-- "p. bothersome cat, Joseph WulVst I Im l} 000,> when he walks into the bank he oun.) feed. In fact. hogs have helped

cannot he denied who Is there that legislature will keep its feet on the fai roar, J n.ol:1.. : at a good price, the r ; of Mjneola, .N. Y... accidentally s's frroot Ml by the tellers with "Hello, the pall hole the 'two farming operations out of
I or three times !in recent
wants new :sources:: of revenue, and round and its head clear, cut out 53S frogs that: he discovered a.t. the dtechprjred' his shotgnn" and killed James." They have learned to know
for what purpose is'needed needless expenditures andrecolltruct I years, when prices would go bad on
reorganize -
What is bottom of' the .ral Jil's only well which himself. him as' they do- some of their more
a reduction of not the state government, and : they tobacco ,or. some other crop. Again,
revenue more l'e.- i ::>"tlI'Y recently. important city customers and
enue.'' pass! a few pieces of constructive his it hrs been emphasized to ino: that
-- give accounts just as careful con-

If expenditures, state, city, and \ 1 method ler.islcition necessary to perfect the When William :Mattox, JJridgetonK. of"- tiooptors?' rvqwlesa over? 4 breed months, old have, unless been : siclcration. to diversification h.Yc.more;: : pays.than one It 13 money a good crop.idea

county were reduced to where they of assessment of tangible ( .1.1 farmer, opened the stomach: Calif. Another pleasing thing I noted -
!aimed: from San Mateo by a This!' year 1931 is likely to he an-
should l be we would hear. very little I property for taxation and the collection of the cow which he had killed 'In an .:ty ordinance.! when I made a trip to town with himis other one in which] we farmors must

talk .about our taxation situation. It of taxes thereafter, this state will effort to recover his roll of $420. that that he can go into the- stores;
I exercise wits for
I our all they
has been pointed out repeatedly how I Inci case-hi population and in wealth the animal had eaten after the ,money I to'ha the I II make: a purchase: and have" it charged are
in the Chicago. 111., is \' world'slir. worth if we are to come out ahead. .
our state expenses? can be reduced:- next ten years more than It has had accidentally fallen Into its o his and his father's account. Of .
I' in :esk 3totffce ]vMl(15n, nt an aprrox -. Wo must produce cheaply produce -r
the I
by the abolition of small municipalties past twenty.I feed, found that the cow had digested ":nurse In iioon 1.rnn1 those pur
n ate cost of $ .ocio.ooo. no! ; the consolidation of small coun all but $70 or"the long green. : \ hasp' without having urf>\'im1r.lr con- '
have confidence that the members 'I :f-ve of our woodlands, and.do! everything
tics;' cutting the number of our courts -.- '. : sailed! his: father. but the fact
I composing the legislature will not to cut corners and increase in-
.in half; stopping in its entirety now I' permit this state to be butchered by J An estimate from a reliable source r.lrg' Arnold:: Stevens. an invalid, oflamorhten. mains: that he, a boy or 13 mac.a re-I comes. .*

highway construction; putting more dreamers, socalled'economl ts, so- says that beggars in the city of New Mass., has completed work ness sfandiiifr with the stores in to .

common sense into and .eliminating railed tax experts, real estate' windj York garner about $50,000 daily' I' on a quilt made of 20.736 pieces, each... When I was a by: his age I scarcely I

frills' and absurdities from our present "mmers, theorists', and well intentioned .,"** 'lit? "l/p; of a postage stamp. J kn -piny war around the town, Y)'. In addition, he has learned the I

school system (there is more unnecessary persons who have considerable Soviet Russia the world's largest tnt1 was ton timid to speak to any II value of money, how to keep accounts /.J

expenditure of money and .nConv.alioh but little understanding :agricultural :country, embraces one- The annual Sonic Highlands' Busi- business person around town. His and how to do business: in a business /

waste in our school system than in of the. syhject, II. sixth:' of the earth's land surface. In ness conference sponsored by Roger "lub work, which has brought him way. When that boy grows up and :'

any other department of the state) ; timber lands alone Russia possesses W. Babson nnd held 1 at Wilbur College .{n cnTitact with many of them and becomes a farmer of his own ,the r'

the abolition of the railroad coromia- rr.TER 0. KXIGIIT. :2,000,000,000! acres an aroa larger Bahama Park:; f is scheduled forFebruary. ',fJ'r account have:: given l him a chances. are that he will ,be a good ,1/

m ion, the road department, the hotel than\ all of citinental'U itc States. standing that an older man might en- fanner on a business basis. f.

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I FRIDAY. FCBf.UARY 6, ',;ci CLE VISTON NEWS. CLEWI3::; G/V. FLORIDA PAC.E : ',Ea
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: -- Paul Deari, W. W.* Preston, E. ..B..II ,; arlancl' Drainage District will be held
i .. : lley, Ed Butler and Louis Morgan f in the off[ e of the District In Clew-
: : iston, Floilda, at 10:00'o'c ock A. M.
;:I\: \ (' CJ attended county commissioners meet- I! February 16, 1931 for the purpose of

.:. 2o(1/ /.).. : ir.j at LaBelle Tuesday; L'Af B hILT E 1 JE\X/S t o'ectirg one Supervisor of paid Drainage
.
.. C4'Mrs. -;- I It District, to serve for a term of:
R. McCianic and Dr. Bees ol : three years, and for the transactionof
:"I j P.i1:3. i.1UEL HOWAF.Q such other business as may prop-
;: L. A. Korean. Jr. Phone 369 Jacksonville were in Clewiston. t i erly come before the meeting.
, : . ., Wednesday on business. ___ -__,-=-__. _..__ __ ':'_._' I it.V.. Patterson, Secrctaiy.
1 I
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tir :: (tS'r' I ....I.,. ua.i !:. ..o.vc is sjic-nOini; a 'II'nl"'l'-. 1I"-dT. .. Jio:vedaughter ,) .;, F., Deane Daff, PiosideMt: jov/cl ot
t}i A"n: meeting of tho Clew > 15,.tt.Y Spit', r' red Mrs. W. S. Haivel. I :. .1-\1\ Supervisors, Sugarland Drainage Drstiict. : -
Lakeland spent in' T
: : I
; i C. C. Blanc; of : ;.i"C':: ;." h' 'iOjlpi-oof{ putting; .+ *. :'-\ (-;J n l5 I .:at, m.luI .
::- iston Gaiden Club held in the lfresltnetin! weresened by me .! 1
;: )i!< was :
; I Weclnesdiy in Clewiston on business.Mr. one o' 11}:sir, cluiln!} : of drug stores J to Sarasoia mIlL"b. : .t ,tinbib's
:; :< ,.; .'.. homo of Mrs. l E. L. Slevrail on Friday ; > t tess. \
": .
.. ( [ The girl scouts of La;ells and the i attraction! .
"K.
. ;( completed I _=--_ : i iicigewill
afternoon. Plans
: were LEGAL NOTICE
and Mi's. J. :\lowciJr. i/.u: scouts of Ft. My'rs: j j9'nyei iVx' 1J. ?' y (:nd.: f:. [ of UilcclanU, I
:'-,,< l/\:: :. for the exhibits to bo. shown! in the I f I). C. .'\1]ttmade a business trip and Sirs. J. .K. :Moweiy\ Sr., i .
il Mr.
i l\ct ball Monday ,
:t gains of :a : and Mr. r-.11\{ r 'alter Surren y IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: HENDRY
; .- Palm Beach flower show on Feb. YO'r' : +b Paho'rce: Saturday.
, :{ > I and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gonterman I might;; and! tl l ,? '5cnoas: CO to 23;:; in n'ld! _ch\1d'\ en oXaple.: .). were calledto COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CIlAN(' n VWEIIMvILBY
;\ > :. 2122. blrs.Mason, franc: Moore 1I:1.VI: I I -- to West Palm Beach Sundayto } CORPORATION
\ \ ; motored favor of LaBelle. The game was LaBelle Tharfailay' ; by the death ot a corporation
,p. '' ". en, gave an interesting talk on roses. I I Mrs Xoll Stewart has been con attend the theater.: I Josephine Wright By F
pltiyec1 in LaBelle.! I (heir: sister. Mrs. :Mark: Poole.
; : [ 't' Those attendnig were Mrs. 1<'. DeaneDuff. I I I f"cd to her home for the past few M. Wright, her husband and next
: Mr. and Mis. A. L Taylor and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jones of Grace- best friend, II. L. McDonald and
H y Mrs. Ed Utter, Mrs. Mason, ) ; caused by a severe cold.
;\ ,1rS'1 t.jrys Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Miss Eon- Taylor's sister, Mrs. N. O. Vola of ville, Fla., were the dinner guests of j I Leo C. Burgman, as copartners

",, :' Louis llorgan11'5.. W. P. Valtt I cUe, Stone entertained at a weiner Knoxville, Tcnn., motor to Saiaso-: Mrs. A. L. Taylor last Monday. They ;, trading and doing business as McDonald -
Jr.. Mrs. Thomas Gibson, Mrs. John Bollon and Ben Doublas, ot I &
::{ lake Monday night honoring Burgman, and McDonald
attended
l.tHh-1 roast on the ta Sunday where they were on their way back from Cuba.
rr: kons Mrs. Killer, Mrs. Ley dig, Shawano were visitors to Clewiston Stone onI I Tractor Equipment Co.. a corporation -
Mac
their sister Lily
Ringling's circus quarters. whore they had been spending their .
II. A. Bestor, Mrs. Tom Saturday. I
DCC1i.D1an'l her fourteenth birthday. Those present -I Mr. Bill Johnson of Clewiston honeymoon. I IMr. ComplainantsVS

Miss Jean Patterson, were Miss Mae Lily Stone, ::Miss spent Monday in LaBelle. and Mrs. Fred Dunaway and
.Wingfield, Mrs. M. H. :'.Irs, Mike Bnrgeson and Miss Bur- Hare Miss Southern Sugar Company a corpora-
Betty Spicer, Miss Evelyn John Henry Fears was a business: children ot Felda spent Tuesday in
W. C. Worth, Mrs Gus McGhcc, Mrs. geson of Charleston, S. C., arrived tion,
I i Roberta George, Miss Joy WillinghamMiss visitor in LaBelle Tuesday. li.iBelle. Mr Dunaway attending business
Leah Spicer, Mrs: F. M. Wright, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Burgeson are I Defendant.
;
1\11'5'1 I I : Lily Merl Wynn, Miss Mary Odis Williams and George Bogaii while Mis. Dunauay visited ORD. R APPOINAING SPECIALMASTER
J. G. Allhands. Mrs. W. C. making their home at the Scott Hotel I '
Louise Oglesby, Miss Mary Bush, motored to Lake Placid Sunday lor Frank Turner. IN CHANCERYIt
*c Mrs. .J. K. Mowery, Jr., :Mrs.: If. R. ; at the present. Oren Jeffries, George Bestor, Halsou I the day. I I appearing to the Court that a
Hall, Mrs. Henry Kolstad and :Mrs. F. I I Spon'l Master: in Chancery shouldbe
Van Bush,
Avant, William Hooks, Mrs. C. D. Bever of Ft. Dryers '
appointed In this
Williamson.. :Miss: Lena Carter of Pahokee spent I Richard Bestor, Merl Lowe. Edwin! spent Sunday in LaBelle 5- 5 LEGAL NOTICE \ It is Therefore Ordered cause: and Decreed -

Monday in Clewiston on business. I Waul and Mr. W. C. Hooker I Mrs. Jean! Mills and two little sons :
,= Dr and Mis.V .T. Bailey entertained I That Roy D. Stubbs an Attorney at
of the
weekend with
of Clewiston spent the The regular annual meeting
,'T,,". at dinner at. the Watanabe N. C. Ellis! of Lake Harbor spent D. G. Alston made a business trip relatives and friends in LaBelle.Mr. Stoskholders of the Clewiston Home law of this Bar be and Iw hereby
appointed Special Master in Cimaacery
',,'' ..; hotel Sunday honoring their guests last:: weekend in Clewiston.fMrs. lo LaBelle Wednesday. and' Mrs; W. D. Blount and Mr. Building, Association will be held at I in this Cause until the further-
Senator and Mis. Tewksbury Mr. I 1 I
and11'.1 and Mib, W P. Arlege motored to Ft. the administration Building, Clewis order of thin Comt.
and 111'IcLann:: and son L. N. Smith returned Sunday Done In Chambers in Ft. Myers,
h I John Trasier of West Palm Beach Dyers Friday to see the movies ton, Florida, on Monday evening, '
and Mis. Buchanan from South Jtye- ria. till 1th( day: of Jan 1931,
;Her spending the past month with was a guest of Mr. and Mis. M. C. Mr. John H. Caldwell and daughter February 16, 1931, at 8:00 o'clock, tor GEO. W. WHITEHURST Judge .

gate, Vermont, and :Mrs.\ Terry tram I relatives in Avon Pail: and Jackson- Bigg .over the weekend.Mr. i I, Miss Margaret Lynn of Bristol, Tenn., the purpose of electing Directors and'I ,

West Palm Beach. :l le. --- i I arrived Sunday for- the winter in La- the transaction of such other business

:\ and Mrs A. E. Belden and Belle as has been their custom for as may properly) come before the!

;' Those enjOYln--a picnic and fishing hiss! Margie Haivel returned' to Miami children of Warren. Ohio. who have I I many seasons. They will be here meeting. C6

trip on tlie lake Sunday were Mr. and Saturday after spending the past ; made their, home at the Watanabe I i about three months. !. :9 v J',\. i .

i ,. ,Mrs. Win. 1IeLnre11'' : McFecders, week at home. She was accompanied i, hotel for the past two months left I: Mrs. A. L. Taylor entertained her LEGAL NOTICE I Liquul; er T blet5I'

E. E. Harris, Alex Saint Amond and hy ::\11'. and Mis. 'Harvel 'who were Wednesday for West Palm Beach for sister, Mrs. Edna Vola of Knoxville,
I i : Notice of Landowners' Meeting CURES BABY'S COLD
:Mr.! Rush.' j guests; of relatives there over tho I:several weeks before returning to Tenn., at a bridge party Wednesday 666 SALVE

week-end.: their homo. afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sixteen guetst Annual landowners' meeting of
Mr. T. V. Watson and his 'guests, were present. Delicious refreshments j I Clewiston Drainage District will beheld I Cures Colds Headaches, Fever

Mr. Fletcher Cochran and Mr. Robert Louis :Morgan\ and Bob Hancock Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt entertained of chicken salad, angel food cake and I j in the office of the District in

. 't' ? Cook were dinner guests of .J.W. made a business! rip to LaBelle Mon members of their bridge.. club I coffee were served. Clewiston. M. February, Florida 16,, 1931 at 11:00 for the o'clockA. pur

Cochran at Pahokee Thursday.Joe I ( Wednesday night at the Watanabe: Dr. and; Mr. A. L. Harrow. andd.vieh pose of electing one supervisor of b ;.

<; lay.Mrs. hotel The club prize was awarded ev. ,list o; Delia of Fort Scot, i said Drainage District, to :serve: for a e

Johnson vho is in school at : Gns McGhee had as: her dinner ro miss Frances Monroe and Bob Incfr a. HlTived' LaBelle last week term of _three years, and for tho o .
the University of Florida was a guest,I' Mrs. K. C, Alston Ford transaction of si'ch other bu 1J1 ss a" I
I gnetss Thursday Han is. A salad course was served to and are occupying) the Henry S
before the inoetipg.
r' _.o'. 'of Mr. and Mis. R, Y. Patterson over I Mrs. R. Y. Cieech and Mis. Geot the, following: Mr. find Mis.: Roy Dun- cc.ta''e5: the river. Dr. Harrow is may. properly como I ;.. pOWER -

i- S the week- nd. 'I 'oodnr of Belle Glads.i away, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shaw, Mr. T :'c'rrcl phyic'an.! I II R. Y. Patterson, Assistant Secretary:: .
I' r I F. Deane Duff, President Board: ot
has arrived in LaBello I
tt tir. and Mrs. Tom Shelley, Miss Jarnye Jack Gravely
Kitiick Bowden, Mr. Lavon and :Mr. >aul De'im] and O. L. Jefflies were Williams, Miss Sara: Greene, Miss I from Fort Leavenworth Military I S-ipprvisois.! .. Clewiston 'Drainage DItrirt. :-

.Saxon ,of Moore<<; Haven were in Clew- 'MI West Palm ne Wednesday on Fiances Monroe, Miss Old Pettoway, "C'.1): ?/hpj-G he is in training. lie Is

y iston. Sunday playing golf. business. A. W. Sias, Dr. JV.. Ezelle, Bob I !Mvint! a vacation ot' forty-five days.J. LEGAL NOTICE F,'r C o MPS y

Harris* and Troy Puryear. G. Mrrtn was a business visitor I
Horace Houzo and Joe Johnson t Notice of Landowners' I Mcet;:+>q lay rits.
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;Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Alston and ------- -- ui Clewiston Tuesday.The .
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were visitors to Belle Glade Sunday I. daughter, Elva, A. G. Ivey and Mr. AUrrO RACES MAKE rirl.scouts of LaBelle will playa Annual landowners' meeting of Sag-, I I 1 '

night. end Mrs. C. W. McDonald and childien game. of basket ball against the

--- 'enjoyed a fishing trip Sunday.Mr. { Edgewood girl scouts Friday night ,
h
v, .' ,}\1r.311d,,' Mrs... C. E. CJutt, from I FUN FOR TAMPA at _:seven:: thirty ip Ft. Myers. I J))


'r' will Larncd: bo!,guests Kans.,of aniVed their son las C.week E. Clutter and-: '' to'and Tampa Mrs. W.Thursday W. Preston of last mo'overt I..1 w't( ::'il. !' :'t \f:1t"y, H ,-II>1 1t n ;\:> ,g3I I I -.t Mrs.her Alma residence Roberta Thursday Poole, .28 evening, died! I Satisfy him withN \ | ? // /

I j
Jr., at the Clewiston Inn for a a V .. ill-1
o'clock long
I '.40 70 following a
YJ'r v.eek on business. : \
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month. ;;.' -.. I -M-P' i CM'O, !s survived by her husband:: I I,1 Pure Guernsey Milk !

a ?f 1 I' TAMPA, Fla.-Floiiaa speeed flll'S'wel : father W. E.Vvl .
.fTr.: and Mrs. Eugene Powers spent 'n:( Poole and hr:
', Miss Jamje Williams 'and Horace thrilled aplenty ou 'l'u st..uy'l! oifl amid three: sisters, Mrs. MyraFtmrrt o .r
F 'iday in West Palm Beach on ,a : I II
Tt" ti;; : Hoii7e motored to Palm Beach Saturday !, Jv.'sinoss: and pleasure trip combined."Mr. \\;}11,1the\ greatest field ol auto race of Oxford, Mrs Flossie Sur- i from the

+r, to attend the theater. stars ever assembled on a southern I rcMcv! of Naples, and two brothers, Ii

s : and Mrs. Jones of Belle Glade track, battled 1 for gold and" glory in I Mr. 'Henry Godbold of Lakeland and
r= Mr. and Mrs.; C. E. Clutter, from .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1C. a six event piogram. I "!oii Godbold of \Vashington.FUlprl1 b f.
t!. E. Clutter Jr. motored to Palm
r ; Baker Friday night Sig Ilaugdahl of Daytona Beach I : services were held Friday -

Beach Sunday. was the outstanding star of tho day, afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at the resi- )

Mlss.Edilh. ( ;Howard:: of LaBdle mo- winning the state championship fromGingrich ,1<),"/ Pov H. R Carleson of the I I
Miss Lela Hankens of Ft. Myers::
all in
and defeating comers
and Rev. Gus Padrrett -
loiud to Clewiston Saturday. She was TptlioMst! Church
:'; : was visiting friends in Clewiston Sun event in which he was enteicct.!
every of the Bnntist church officiated.
-'S accompanied home by Cyrus Couch
day. ...Arch of Galesburg, Iliino.s, CLEWISTON\ DAIRY COMPANY
for a week-end visit: with his family. Powell Interment vas in the Denaud ceme- '
,_ SSi I. held second honors. while Gingrich : fAry.rrh ) following served as pall-

Miss. Sara Greene and Joo Johnson Claude Downs and Tioy Puryear was third in money earnings. Every bearers: W. P. Andrews, W. D. f 1 Sugarland Highway Q:3e333
motored to Palm Beach Saturday' to
; i spent the weekend in Everglades event on the program was packed I Bloint. Dennis Small, Joe Risley and I I '
attend the theater. : = := = =-- -----
with thrills. :: = = :: : :
wreaths
i City as quests of Fred Puryear.Mrs. I Grover Hill. Large ,beautiful
Speed fans are now looking forwardto
were given by the Firemen's Club,

": Allan Powell spent last weekend E. A. Bolden and children the final auto race meet scheduledfor The Royal Nerghbors, and The Com- ':r-.I""T" oi.:: :5. ? i3s r-. "' .:ii:w-';%.o..t.i..='A'T.: ,
in Ft. Myers with his family. Saturday, February 14, when the I
awl Mr. and Mrs. E. R.; Thorpe motored munity Club and others. I I
field of 17 will be further strength-
to Canal Point Sunday to visit
Mrs. Guthrie from Lakeland is visiting ened by noted stars from the major CARD OF THANKS I
Mr Bolden. II ------ --- --
her daughter Mrs Frank Rich- ,courses. We wish to thank our many friendsfor I I -, '. .
man. Track conditions have been greatly ,
and beautiful -
their kind sympathy
,1. A. Plnnkelt motored toV st 'to ,.'
improved this year and the calibero floral offerings during the recent . '.
Palm Beach Sunday. He was accompanied -
S Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thorpe left ,
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the races as a whole established u! of beloved wife I
: illness! and death our
Beatrice Marshall
home by Miss -
S-: S Monday for. West Palm Beach after new precedent: for professional races
and daughter.
( Marshall will
!: of Daytona. Miss '
week's visit with Mrs. E. A. 33c1Y -
a
OA southern tracks ra"k '
don at the Watanabe hotel. Mr. and I l h" guest: of Mr and Mrs. Tom Shelley ? ? Poole"Y.
, while hero. \ E. Gcdhold.
.- S Mrs. Thorpe will remain in Palm Tbo Sop:,h Florida: Fair, which is ', '
.)?, Beach several weeks before returning the largest to be held in Florida this Saturday February 14th is to be "

,aft' to their home in Niles, Ohio. C. 1\I.\ Larrick of. Lake Harbor was- I season, will open at Tampa on February Farmer's Day in Jackson County. Ac- A HOME AWAY ,FROM HOME,

Jn C'ewiston' Thursday on business.; ?. This fail is one of the largest tivities of the occasion:: are being

r' Mr. Fletcher Cochran of New York --- i.i' law c'.untm;, aiul its cxxhibits cov- handled by the County Agricultural

w ,: and Robert Cook of Coral Gables G. Lawton Sims of Canal Point was er all phases of Florida activity as Agent and the 'Home Demonstration M OUR SUNDAY D Nl ERS ,

were guests of Mr. and Mrs: T. V. Si\ Clowislon Wednesday a of last week well as national and international Agent.! ,The event will center, in Marnn'1 2

Watson at the Clewiston Inn Wednesday 'on business. "''ibjects. It continues until February anal] n nroi. :ram of interest. is

night. 14th.I i being arranged.
Mrs II. A. Land spent the week-end

Mr. and Mis.' Frank Richman and in Miami[ as guest of her husband. I

,, ,_ mother. Mrs. Guthrie motored to West -r |: You can get a room and board at our hotel that
attend Miss Ula Jacobson and Miss Marcia -
Palm Beach: Sunday: to the
r theater. A\ant pent the weekend In .' will i m ke'you feel at'ho e.
:
I Moore Haven as guests of Mr. and

r' Mrs. Fred Maxwell and Mrs. Barney "rs.:.- Jacobsou. .

tir Thomas motored to Tampa Tues, :, ,
"' trip. Mr. and Mrs R. A. Shaw. were ., ; '
day on a shopping .
1: 'r n'' ek-ehd visitors to West Palm Beach I. qe 0., ,

lost week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McLure made 1 .

., S a business trip to Ft. Myera Satur- '
day. M. ,M. Archard: of FL Myers was a : CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL I
= ti a e air ,
business visitor! to Clewiston MondaY TAMPA i 5
:., .
: Mr. and Mrs.: G. O. Wallace from t .'J. JW r. I

u .a West Palm Beach have moved here aWINTER4(4 '
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x ',.. where Mr Wallace has a position as Mr. and Mrs.. R. L. Guthrio" motored THE
t' : to West Palm Beach ,Sunday WATANAB-E HOTELMRS
:": .. :: : a government engineer. W .rc ,

,,; ''': : lo attend the theater.' E 1[ ,. .
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EXPO. 1AWALLAr
.. Mrs. C. W. "McDonald entertained JJ* ; ..- s
.
: ..', l-':;;: : at bridge Friday afternoon honoring Mrs. Adams is Improving after being S. . ', .:'J' CLAUDE( CO\.r !\-:;niqr.. ;"

"',;:>"\; Miss Margie Harvel who has been seriously 111 the past week. CARNVAL '
i. A.r
/: visiting, her parents :Mr. and Mrs. W.

," ,, ,r. S. Harvel for the past week. Miss D. G. Alston spent Monday in. Palm SENSATIONALPIRATICAL I ., ::. '.
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; S."55. 5 the highest score. Others present I .

i: '-\' were Miss Mary Bush, Miss Evelyn : Clarence Mayo and Mr. Piekctt of FESTIVAL ". : P'_' .,,

i \ Hare, Miss Mae Lily Stone, Miss Joy Pahokee were visitors to Clewiston ,
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PACE. FOUR CLEWISTON NEWS CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1931 ,' ':' --
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GEORGE.B. HILLS I moved to quote a tribute 1 ej > s-
BUSINESS MAP SOWS BANK CLEARANCE IMPROVEMENT BONDS ?
WRITES INTERESTING been proposed by Mrs. 1 ; .
EVERGLADES STORY Sewoll I, the wife of an I \

FLORIDA BUSINESS IS IN STATE SHOWSA SHOW A DECREASE. er. Mrs. Sewell's tribute is

(Continued from Page 1)). ropition. Here it Is: (

level. West of Fort Lauderdale "The unknown farmer l
above sea SMALL DECREASE IN 1930 SALES
Miami natural surface elevations dies a life of service for
and CONSIDERED FAIR ,
were approximately 12 feet I heralded and unsung. Legion I

and from 6 to 8 feet above sea level, JACKSONVILLE-The preliminary JACKSONVILLE-"Theio were but 'name. He live in your

lespctlvely.Uriaer total of bank clearings for Florida for sixteen Issues of Florida public im- mine. He dwells on the plains

those natural conditions the JACKSONVILLE-The Forbes map 1930, as compiled by the Florida provement bonds sold during the year Texas Panhandle and in the ,

normal elevation of Lake Olceecliobee: of business for January 1931 shows State Chamber of Commerce, amounted 1930 according to figures ,Issued recesses of the Kentucky -
the sur- I business in Florida as being fair. In "This unknown farmer .
was approximately that of to 1,049,7SO,990. The total clear through the Manufacturers Record I

face of "the muck lands along its December, 1930, Florida was rated ings for the same period In 1929 was says the Research Bureau of, the amount to much. He doesn't' 'f -
of the with those States in which businesswas great deal of noise. He Is I -
shores. Any increase in height $1,269,176,531. Florida State Chamber of Commerce.

lake' resulted In the discharge of such given as quiet, according to the "The, data for 1930," says the Slate "These bond Issues carried a total claimed In the headlines. I

flood waters upon the muck lands of Florida State Chamber of Commerce. Chamber does not Include the December valuation of $3,575,000 divided ns fol- speeches are a bit out of his

to remain until "This change in the rating of Florida clearings for Miami the St. roads $85,000 flies no red flags. Ho lives
the Everglades, there or ows: ; schools, $213,000; .
.
: from quiet to fair by the Forbes sively. At elections he votes
had- evaporated or graduallyworked Petersburg clearings from June miscellaneous $3,277,000,
they their way to the sea. The Ev- organization' says President G. G. through December as these ''associations "In 1929 the Manufacturers Record victions. He is one of the
Ware the State ,Chamber of Commerce -
of
erglades, therefore, functioned as the have been temporarily closed, reported 42 issues of public improvement I erage. \
"is In line with reports being
"No monument has
outlet for Lake Okeechobeeand bonds Issued In Florida. These
natural
received by the organization through "Estimating the bank clearings tor erected to this unknown
tributary waters. were valued at $9,049,000 devoted prlniai"v -
its chambers of commerce and other Miami and St Petersburg for the I really doesn't figure very big. ,
Under such conditions it is appar- to road, school and sewerage
channels. months not reported the estimated does is feed and clothe the .
the muck lands of the Ev projects in the state. Comparison of
ent that "Florida has entered the new year total for 1930 would be $1,072,271.813, al
continuously saturatedand tho figures quoted for 1930 with thoseof
erglades were with much reason for optimism," or 15 epr cent below the 1929 total. e
subject to inundation 3929 reveals a drop of $6,074,000
,
constantly continues President Ware. "The new This decline according to Carl Snyder TUNG OIL
of outside origin. The phy- during, the past year In public Improvement -
by waters year promises vast opportunity for In Business Cycles and Business
has Involved activity in the state.
reclamation
sical process of investment In the state. The year Measurements, would represent a loss IN FLORIDA -
first step, the construc- Strict economy programs on the partof
as a 1930 was a great deal better, as a in the total volume of trade in the .
canal from the lake I counties and municipalities during
tion of a large whole, in Florida than in many sections state during 1930 as compared with
to the ocean along the shortest and of the country. ] 1929. 'the year are responsible for this WIDE Florida'I
route. That canal. quiet period in public works," is the
most economical "Florida is in line to enjoy sub: .
which now extends from Port Myakkaon "The per cent of decline' for Flor- opinion of the State Chamber.
stantial improvement. Close study of
the eastern shore of the lake to personal business affairs and the ida during 1930 is comparable to the "Southern public improvement bond GAINESVILLE, Fla. "

the ocean east of Stuart, is knownas state's ab'ility to capitalize upon opportunities United States business conditions as sales according to the Manufacturers Tung Oil with the Aid of .

the St. Lucie Canal. Discharging accompanying the last the estimate of the Federal Reserve Record figures," points out the State the title of a story on the '

5,000 cubic feet of water per second, stages of the period of depression will Bank of New York, revealed. in' its Chamber, "climbed to the second tung oil Industry recently !

or sufficient to flood an area of one mark Florida's progress toward prog. monthly review of business, is that highest total on recor elfor the country by the King's Feature f:)

square mile to a dept of about 15 1-2 ress toward prosperity during the the volume of production and trade as a whole, the par value of cording to B. F. Williamson, : "

feet in 24 hours, it was originally designed I I in the United States during 1930 was sales being $400,510,000. Road bonds city, chairman of the .-

to serve. in conjunction with :year."Some of the improvement noted about 14 per cent smaller than in the led the list with miscellaneous Is- Chamber of Commerce :

the storage value of the lake as 'the concluded Mr.: Ware, "can be attributed year 1929.. sues holding second place. School committee tung oil group.
.
bonds, .
into the ocean The story, which was
means of discharging to the annual tourist season.. "Bank clearings are considered by
piojects, together with : and -
:lower
the flood waters received by LakeOkeechobee of winter appeared in fifty-six leading
But regardless of the influx business economists to be a reliable .
Everglades atolwoll bonds; arc well up in the of the United States ,
relieve the
and pares ,
to visitors there is a new impetus being 'ndex of total volume of trade," says national list{ "
I offerings d: ling heYf'31'
from inundation by such wat- evidenced which leads to the conclusion the tate Ch .:njH"v of Commerce, ." 'zil and Chile, says Mr.- W,

erb. With the accomplishment of I that Florida Is ready to make I!! "Carl Frvdnr in Tlnelnessj Cycles and so in Argentine.The : at

that purpose the reclamation of the 1931 a year of constructive accomplishment : Fusiliers Measurements has the fol'wins text of the story

Everglades is reduced to the problemof ." .; t b: sy: lelalive .to bank clenr-, I W.\ J. HOWEY ) experiments made in Florida

handling the waters which originate ings: 'There is one process In the industrial tivation of the tung tree and I

upon the 'Glades themselves. system which is peculiarly cess obtained with cattle
HEAD
GROWERS
Some $$68O6.000., have already been FEBRUARY 23 TO 28 sensitive to changes a in every phaseof the groves where crotalaria

expended by 'various special tax districts business, and which reflects the as a cover crop.February .

or improvement' agencies in the whole trade of the country and COMMITTEE
KNOW YOUR STATE > 0
reclamation of the Everglades. In the I weights it automatically to the pecu Is Time

time available here today it will be niary importance of- the factors in .

possible to touch upon those various volved. That process is the payments LEHSBUUG.-Endorsement of the For Planting in
BETTER WEEK
improvements. in only a 'superficial ; made by bank checks. In this country formation of the "Florida Growers Flowering
'
way. i SO per cent or more of payments: I ltNimbitrsemeiit Committee" ",:ithr..

(To be continued next week.) of all kinds in the exchange of' goods, J.. Hc-ve3', of Ilov.cy-in-th-IIJls. a* GAINESVILLE
JACKSONVILLE The
Jan. 14. Fla.-
and services made chairman, to secure'reimbursement
property are by
Fifth Annual "Know Florida Better the Ideal month for planting
I of bank checks.' for fruit growers, truck
means and
TWENTY STATES Week and Buy at Home Campaign" growers beautiful flowering shrubs in
shippers of the State for damages as
will be held this year during the
week of February 23 to 28 inclusive Fruit Spread the result of the Medfly quarantine
..
,
INQUIRE REGARDING and extermination campaign "'" -- -
according to R. G. Grassfield,' general (Approx. 200 calories to serving.) was 00' = ='
made here 'W'
today by G. G. Ware, presi-
manager of the Florida State Cham- 1 pkg. (lOoz// dates, pitted -
dent of the Florida
State Chamber of PALM BAKERY "
BABSON PLAN ber of Commerce. 3-4 cup (1-1 lb.) walnuts Commerce, and
a prominent banker
"This, annual event, says General 1.2 lb. layer figs of the State.,

Manager Grassfield, "will again be Boiling! water .milk cream_ or. fruit
JACKSONVILLE. Twenty states "At this_ time the work being under-
I carried out in cooperation with the Juice. Patronize your home industries. '
and. fifty-seven cities, are shown on Florida Junior Chamber of Com- taken by this committee is one'of the .

the roster of inquiries relative to Bab- ; merce. Plans for the observance- of Pit dates, remove stems from figs important problems now before the I

son Plan, for: clearing, up local indebtedness the week embrace all civic organiza- shell walnuts. Put the fruit and nuts growers and shippers of the state," J. BRANTLEY! & SON

as compiled by the- Lake tions, communities, chambers of com- through the food chopper, using the said Mr. Ware. "It is a situation

Wales Chamber of Commerce, says'' merce, schools, radio stations and the medium knife; or chop them to a which should have the support of all : ::: ::: :::::==::::::=::: = = :: = : :: : = -:: = = : = : =:=:':=: ::::=-

the State Chamber of Commerce. state press. The object, as in the past paste In a wooden bowl. Add liquid organizations in Florida."It .

- The State Chamber, anticipates Is- years, will be to present to the visitors until the mixture is of the proper is my opinion," continued Mr

suing a pamphlet showing the resultsof to spiead. This recipe Waio.. ":lt the objecU"'c'.or, the committee T7
I. in the state as well as our own I consistency President W.% A.. Fraser to Speakat
the various campagins carried on. citizens pertinent information about makes sufficient filling for two dozen will be best accomplished bya

upon their completion. The inquiriescame the state through the printed word, sandwiches. If part of' the mixture is board composed of business men,

from widely separated sections at community gatherings, and throughthe to be stored, only a small amount of growers and shippers and others W. 0. W. Meeting in Florida "

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of the country which indicates that air. Every community in Florida: boiling water should be added before I.qualified to estimate: the economicloss 9 .- -

what Florida is doing is watched with fq i Invited and expected to participatein rtorins and the additional liquid at : sustained at the hands of the

interest by our sister: states. the campaign.! the time of mailing the sandwiches. government during tiH poiioJ! of the I-le cl'Car.lp Meeting to Bc.He;d in. Clearwater

--. I I quarantine an dthrough the mediumof March
9-10
-- .,. ;; Many to Attend'J
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The BEST Gray Hair I campaign.,property destroyed in its clean-up


Remedy is HomeMadeTo "Satisfactory reimbursement will T'HE meeting sttte-w: of the de Woodmen head primp of I

half pint of water add not be reached upc na practical basis the World of Florida will be held II

one ounce bay mm,small by leaving the- matter solely in the at Clearwater, March i U and 10, according -
I
box of Barbo Compoundand hands of the U. S., Department. to an announcement made hac 1 q,
one-fourth ounce of Agriculture or for Congress today by Head Consul C. C. Whittier I
to de-
glycerine. Any druggistcan of Lakeland.
cide, in my opinion," said Mr. Ware.
this
put or can
up you
The head camp meetings are
mix it at home at "The problem :
i very belongs to those who held every two years, and,.acco.ding -
little cost. Apply to the were most affected by the destruc- / to Head: Consul Whittier,
hair twice a week until
the desired shade is obtained. tion of property. It Is going to require delegates and members of their 7. r { ..lal

It will gradually darken I cooperative study by a body families v/ill journey from all I

streaked faded or gray hair and make It soft representing both the growers and parts of Florida for the meetingthis ;1 r M 1+ I .
and louy. Barbo will not color the scalp.is J at Clearwater. c
not sticky or greasy and doca not rub o>E* the government before any definite year I
YQ i CSEH Equal Gootiyeaa headway is made toward settlement The Woodmen of the World is ?; .
-1 exceptionally interested in Florida
1I "Tne'Florida
I V Tl Goodyea delegation in Washington because the national associationowns I

SEN05TH BACK I Is to tie congratulated ,upon $10,200,000 worth of Florida / e

'l the willingness of Its members to as- municipal; county and state secur-
( Name OODYEAR" Pride ) I
1 f ST :: inspires a
sist in this matter. They did con- ities. I
4Q If .I and stands for II
nierohip Quality >
yow.czn structive work
) during the period in "The Florida camps this!:: year
Ii t gel in no other tire on the market ) which Florida was ,undergoing such are fortunate in being able to pre- I

I I -And That is Why trials because of the Medfly situation... vail upon President. A. Fraser r --" ;'';- ;'__.'1It( t.j I

The question reimbursement is going of the association to make tr.e I TV. A. Fraser
principal address cms >ea'," said
jiCql to require aggressive action in Last June 6 the
Millions More RiFle Woodmen of
People. on Mr.: Whittier. "Mr. 1-rater will
.:Washington if suitable appropriations the World celebrated its fortieth
make only a few speeches at head
Good cars! for recompense to our people are r.e- camp meetings this year, and he birthday.:

cures. I urge that every organizationin has honored the Woodmen of the Climbing steadily: the Woodmenof

2r cod as LQW wo '..t-tpe ltlltes Florida give the Howey committee World of Florida by ,including our Fraternal the World now is the strongest '
convention his dates. We OrganiTatlon in exis-
v.lole hearted support. concluded among
because G-car eisjcys Io'recosts; tence recently being declared
THE CLEWISTON Mr., Wnre, "to the end that a concerted are going to turn out the greatest 10,6 percent !
solvent, holding
the crowd that has confronted
ever
I through production
largest front will be precenfed: to our_ congressional President total: Investments in securities of
Fraser at a Florida
Famous' i Grade delegations' as being be- meeting" over $98.000000. with gross: assets
CoodycarPattifindersAll '
LAUNDRY CO.We hind them In their efforts to bring I.amounting to over $$102,000,000.
:f Firsts Head Consul Whittier stated
-AllLiJc-ime Guaranteed about adequate reimbursement meas- Th membership. of the society is
many nsw membs.s:; are being
I cb-I
are proud of the fact that we II FuU Oversize ures." estimated ore 500,000. Since its
tf' r.j and f': bcj unlisted: :z., tie' *'
do "better than ordinary" laundry I! H"I Standard High II ..,", r. '4.'.a J.. -S. Camp iu-_bra'iMr. I' :'amzadon of the in World 1890 has the paid Woodmen in-

work. We to Gataomu: I I RURAL COMMON -!'.!3C i..", ..:.' V4 ... :c.:=C:.._ t .tl" r'Vl ue.ith
are thoroughly equipped U Pressn.rc. I losses:;; ; and disability, ben-
U ';. ehts
By Spuds Johnson
than
handle the most delicate work. You more $203C03C:0.; '"
Fraser is one of the leading Two of the largest en tei'prhes (
will find J our service; one of care. THE UNKNOWN FARMER fraternahsts of the world. He has that have placed the Woodmen of

Phone for our Snow-white plan. had more than 30 years experience:: the World in L.J fore ranks of
in the fraternal insurance field!
progressive! Fraternal Insurance
.THE CLEWISTON Someone, at a recent meeting of He has been ''assocIated with the societies, and made It nationally.

the national Farm Bureau Federation_ Woodmen of'the' World since 1897. :prominent are the War Hemorml:

CLEWISTON at Boston, suggested that a monument For many years Mr. Fraser has :Hospital atSan Antonio! and

be erected to the Unknown been active in the field of pjblic r:Radio Station WOW at. Omaha,
'
LAUNDRY IIK '.Farmer, in order that fitting tribute and community service. During ;Nebraska.r
ELPASO AVE.I SAN BONITA ST. the World War he was connected At the
MOTOR CO may be paid to this unsung' benefactor present time the Woodmen -
with the bureau: of conservationof of the World is constructing
of humanity.
Such a monument ;
CUWiSTON FLORJDA 1 natural resources and chair- a $150,000 Chapel and Bird Sanctuary :: /
may or be
maynot erected at some
man of the advisory board for the at San Antonio, Texas, on
flour snow lee l und1'Y timo in the' distant future, However, division of military-and naval In- the grounds ol the Memorial ;\

the editor of American 'Farming( was surance. Hospital.[

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