The Clewiston news
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 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1931
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00302
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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IS" Feb. 4 ........................ 16.8 17.S. BEST ADVERTISINGMEDIUM TO ORGANIZE GOLF Feb.Date 2 ..............Max...72 Min.44 Rainfall WRITES INTERESTING,
Feb. 5 ...:..................... 16.8 16.8 Feb. 3 ".............. 72 58

:! GOING OVER BIG Feb. -6' ....................... .. 17.0 17.0 IN COUNTYPalm TEAM UNDER DUFF Fe b. 4 ..:.............62 58 .07 EVERGLADES.

-.": :FelL 7 ..........................16.6 Ib'.G I Feb. 5 ......,...;....:.. 71 39 STORYe

Feb. S ...........'............... 16.6 IG.li'eb. Feb 6 ................ 74 38 -
'" Third Week Of Play !D .......................... 16.8 1O Beach Six Members Of Local Feb. 7 ............. ..76 45.

.r Feb. 10 .........'......?...... 16.6 16.6 Paper Helps ] Feb.8.. .. ......... 76 61 Second Installment Of
Finds Favorites Nearing To Secure Advertisement Post Are QualifiedTo Article Deals With

The Goal. REALTY TAX MUST with Publicity.Does 11 Enter Play.The RECEIVERS TO ASK Our Problems..

The Birthday Golf Tournamentplay '
started into the third week Monday BE WIPED OUT SAYS It pay to advertise, do you I American Legion will organ- PERMISSION TO Editor's Note: This Is the second

with several important matches really bcliovc that people read your j j ize"fa golf team and issue challanges installment of an article written by

being played durIng the early part of I home town paper? These questions', 1o Fort: Slyers. West Palm Beach andI SELL (C. B. M. STOCK George B. Hide, noted engineer, on
GOVERNOR CARLTONState 'I all pitied around the lake it decided
the week. are often asked when you call on was the Everglades of Florida. Mr. Hills

=.: O. L, Jeffries defeated Dave Alston customers for advertising copy. j I at their regular;: meeting Tues gives some very interesting facts

,' Tuesday afternoon we called on day night. concerning the Everglades and its
.N; 6-5, Jeffries had already defeated Allhands
Stewart 1 up on the 19th hole to meet Have Anthony's in West Palm Beach :Mr. I Captain F. Deane Duff will have I Stubbs To association to the state of Florida
Exp enses !: charge of the team and will call for Seek Court Those are
Alston; Hackett defeated D. White Anthony greeted us with a very Unusual 1 Order To Interested in this

Been Cut DuringHis statement. "Man I want an ad I practice during the next week. Thereare I section should read Mr. Hill's ar-
ono up on the 19th )hole; La von won Sell For Bid.
from 'B. Nail 6.4; Alston defeated Term. in your paper. people read every ad- I at least six members the Legiin Highest ticle and his knowledge of this _

'Plnukett 3-2; Bowden of Moore Haven vertisement and item you print. Just i' playing golf ,at the present time vast area will give you some good

.": + ,, defeated'Parkinson 3-2 in well TAMPA. Fla., Feb. 10.-Gove. DoyleE. take a look at this" and here is whatwe and are playing in the tournament at J. G. Allhands and Roy D. Stubbs, i information and enable you to-answer -
; .' Carlton said I
today he believed real Receivers for fhe
the local Clewiston
golf _
course. Building
read all questions
'; played match.,. Mrs. Duff defeated E.l 1 ef.tale : regarding the history
: in Florida should be relieved F., Deane 'Duff 'V. C. Owen Cecil Material Company, filing noticeto '
White 4.3 and later defeated Lavon The Palm Beach Times, afternoon are a of the Everglades.So .
r \ from Moore Haven 21. from paying state taxes. I newspaper, had printed the following Parkinson, Victor Blate, R. H. Hall, all creditors of the Material\ Company -

"I hope thai the next legislature Louis Morgan and Pete Wilson are that they will apply to the Honorable -
In the consolation flight 'I advertisment which Marion Ley-j far as the United States is
Morgan I concerned
will not feel content to do less than candidates I
for the team. Several George W. Whitehurst
:cc defeated Yenawine 6-4 while Biggs dig had run in the News -the week I the history of the Everglades
wipe"out the slate millage on real estate I or legionnair will be available and the Circuit Court for a petition to
I before. "Strange things take
'. -,.:. defeated Hall 21. place begins with February 22, 1819, when
with other adjustments ,of revenue will' join the above in rounding out liquidate the stock of the material
hillier and from time to time, the
Interest in the finals is getting yon territories then known as East
he said luncheon
stronger every day. Duff plays Shelly at a here. as you may have noticed., For in- a good! team fo represent file local company. and West Florida were ceded, by
.. The governor and.1h's. Carlton were I 'post in any games that' they might The Clewiston Building Material I
and the winner of this match goes into stance there Is the Clewiston Laundry treaty, from the .-kingdom of Spainto
guests of the South Florida Fair man-
play.: Company was thrown into the handsof
: ;, ,the finals. Mrs F. Deane Duff, I II ,;, advertisment' in, .the.' Clewiston the United States. Almost immediately -
',' agement. 'They arrived yesterday to 'This. form' of amusement is a sure receivers last August and has been
News of February Gth.:' which reads:
:' "F the only lady in the tournament has our Federal Government be-
I witness the annual invasion of the j I FROZEN CLOTHKS: sign of keeping the local members ot operated by J. G. Allhands and Roy
<. been playing beautiful golf defeating gan investigations and surveys of the
Gasparilla "krewe" and were to remain I the Post interested in Legion activities D. Stubbs.
every opponent by a good margin. until tomorrow.A Tear Easily Everglades area. By Act of Congress
; ',and will do lot of in Mi Allhands l was purchasing agent
a keep-
Send winter wash to the Clew- good March
Usually she is spotting her opponent your approved 3. 1845, the entire
special program was arranged in 7ns. the post before the eyesof the for the Southern Sugar Company be-
iston Laundry. There is always danger
from two to eight strokes over the territories of East and West Florida
their honor
beginning'with a dinner fore
they were placed in the handsof
,18 (hole route. of tearing frozen clothes during public. were admitted into the Union as a
last night, attended by city and county receivers. The
Tfie local Building Material
of the American Legion
post -
tha cold winter months. Get acquainted -
single state under
Captain Duff, In playing Shelley officials : the name of Flor-
will go into tile finals if he defeats the and. the management of with our helpful laundry service is one of the most active organizations Company was owned and controlledby fda. One of the conditions of the act
.. exposition.His Mr. Dahlberg and his
in tho city. W. C. Owen 13 associates.
and eliminate winter time wash of admission
his opponent and will meet Mrs. Duff your was that the United
remarks on taxation came in the Efforts will be made to sell the
present commander and there
for the finals if she continues,her day worries? .States retained title to all of the public .
answering cricism of his administration are '(foyer thirty members. stock tl jobbers in large lots and not
: winning streak. Marion Leydig runs a small adver- lands within the newly created
for being costly. He said people in retail, however, It will be sold if
'- ,, tisement in the News week. I
: state.
,fThis match should draw a large gal every
were spreading misinformation about
allowed the
by court to the highest'
lery: and will be well played. They expenses. The governrJ" also took issue I What she is after is to keep the bidder. The potential possibilities of the

.' will play about even and if a good with those who field the present I Cbwiston Laundry before the public GRAND JURY WILL Mr. Stubbs is now Master in Chancery Everglades area had long intriguedthe
and let them know that Clewiston has interest o't
day should happen along when the our early settlers.
tax needs Governor
system no change
for the court in the matter ot
match is started there will be plenty Carlton urged that the tax burden one of the best laundries in fhe state. CONVENE AT LABELLE Receivership for the Southern Sugar One of the first acts of the first Legislature
action I Her copy attracts attention and of Florida
of on the course. was to Instruct its
real lifted bv
on estate could he Company while Mr. Allhands is managing
The consolation flight is getting that is what counts, getting the people Congressional delegation to take up
I finding new sources or revenue. Hue the Clewiston Material
well under way, several matches that was only one item of his pro to read your advertisement and ;, ON NEXT MONDAY Company./ Building I with the Federal Government the

having already been played and the gram, ho said. Another was rigid get the business. :1 J. matter of the Federal Government

players are keen to finish and go Into economy in state, county and city The Clewiston News must agree ;{ deeding the Everglades lands to the -

,': the finals. government. that our paper is read from cover to Civil Cases Will Occupy CHANCERY MASTER state upon the condition that the state

\ 'If" Major:. Wilson called the attentionof "It Is being said that state expen- cover-;even the advertisements. would undertake their reclamation.

{if ,, ..,.... -.t'J" ....', the-layers. to the fact that in the ditures .of ",$42,000,000 'annually Jn ..JljEqurt: During The '.. GIVES Preliminary negotiations to that end ... ::;
first all matches must be were had between .
flight boom days have not been decreased," LEGION flOLDS'ITS Present Term. the Federal Government

played on or before the 15th, which tho governor went on. "The truth is and Florida's first senator.Mr. .

is Sunday. The semi-finals on or before MILL OPERATIONSRoy Westcott. Various examinationsand
that the
state government for the fis-
;\ ?. the 19th which is Thursday cal year 1929-30 cost $29,714,792.rrhat REGULAR MONTHLY Circuit court will convene:: at La- reports upon the area were made

: r \ week and the finals on Sunday' Febru- is one-third less than the critics haveIt. Belle Monday. This is known as the. by Federal authorities. The gist oC.

'. ": ary 22nd, which will be a big day on Nine million of that amount is not MEETING TUESDAY spring term of the circuit court and D. Stubbs Gives In- them was that, although the lands r'

: the golf course. state expenses. It is funds which the according to all information received I II in question could be reclaimed at a

) The second round of the consolation government pays out as distributing I I I it will not take but a few days to terview On Mill Operations total cost of some $500,000, there

flight must be played by the 15th agent. That leaves a total payment: complete this term. Judge Whitehursi For Week. was a definite question as to whether

with the third'' round by the 19th and of 20000000.( More than nine million Legion To Organize Golf will draw the grand jury Monday if or not their value would justifyany

the semifinals the 21st. The finals possible. Due "to the 'fact the such : '"
on dollars Team Duff Will that great expenditure Hut air
that went for road building and ; Act The following information was obtained .
'. of this flight will also be played court has excused several jurors from authorities agreed that the lands
.', repair. in an interview with Roy D.
,., ; oil the 22nd of February and will give 'i, "Real estate is our chief asset. Itmust As Captain. the Clewiston section it may be necessary Stubbs, Special l Master in ChanceryMr. were utterly without value to the

i : !, ,plenty of action on the course during for the court to draw additional Union in their then undeveloped state..
: be relieved from its present Stubbs said:
'_ the day. The local post of the American Legion jurors. Judge Whitehurst real- The negotiations initiated by the
burden of taxation if, it Is to be main- "The Clewiston mill, which is the .
i : held their meeting izing the importance of the State of Florida with
CleViston is attracting golf players regular monthly harvesting the Federal
: tained in value. I know! of nothing that largest of the two mills belonging to

:: from Moore Haven and Belle Glade.Our will make 'a stronger appear to investors at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday present sugar crop In Clewiston has the Company, began operating January Government pertaining ,to, the Everglades -

; ,'",.,:,';" '. local course' has never been or a keener bid for new industries I night, February 10th. Commander excused the following jurors from 3rd. Since that date and through were largely responsible for ..
., which 36 nine Owen called Ole meeting to order and this section: the passage by the Federal Congressof
.j s ,/ shot par, is for the
.. or revive more rapidly our February. 8th, the percentage in to-
; :--,5." holes.! The lowest score ever made normal activities than this one thinga I carried out the regular routine busi J, G. "Allhands, C. L. Adams, R. Y. tal time lost in mill operation, on what is commonly known as the

'.>I=: was 37 and the one who, shot that lessening of fire tax burden on ness.A. Patterson, ,M. H. Gibson, H. C. Kol- account of stopping for cleaning and Swamp and Overflowed Lands Act

., :"< score is about the best golfer in this real estate. delightful steak dinner was stacft, Charles Clutter, W. P. Vaughn, breakdowns, is 15.48. My informationis of 1850, under the provisions of

.,:'..' .' section. served by fhe, Inn after which a report F. M. Wright, 0. L. Jeffries and which the Federal Government has
"We must not 'grumble or become that 15 per cent out for lost timeis
;'/;'. The entire golf course is in good 'hysterical. It Is admitted that taxes of the various committees was Robert G. q orge. consi'lered good manufacturing, so from various- states in the Union

,' '. and heard.A These men will not have to reportto those and overflowed lands ,
condition. The greens are perfect swamp i
-' ," are high too High but remember we that, from a standpoint of actual run- .
;' dance will be held next Week under LaBelle Monday for duty. lying within their several borders to
the fairways are being kept: good
have good government, good schools, ning time, the mill itself to date, has
condition. the direction of the 'entertainment This is the first time in the historyof which title was originally held by the
;, good roads, good health and amazing been doing well. The number of tons
be committee. Hendry county that the records of Federal Government.A .
The matches- played Sunday
progress. The Englishman with an of can ground per hour during last
.: will be watched with Interest and Entertainment consisted of dancing the' court have not been filled with stipulation of the Swamp and
anual income of $50,000 pays 42 per week was 153.57. The mill has a rating -
f,+.: should ;\11'. and Mrs. Duff go into the cent of it in taxes; the German 54. and music by two negro boys from murder cases and petty larceny. Thisis of 4000 tons per day, but this Overflowed Lands Act was that the

,: "--'t,, finals every golf fan in the city will Hailem. Eed Butler was in charge of i due to the fact that we have a new state receiving such land should use
" : We know that such things cannot rating i.3 theoretical, that is, it is
11 be on hand to see the match played. the entertainment. sheriff in the county that is enforcing the proceeds derived from them, in
to in. hours
come pass our country. based on a run of twenty-four .
Reports were made on the tree the law. Sheriff Hancock has been money or in kind, in the reclamation
The governor also pointed out that with no time out for breakdowns or
planting program of the legion and it cleaning up the county during tho .of the lands in question. It is. however
: many county governments h' Tlorida; cleaning; so that. on this basis. if the
; was decided to start planting treeson past four, months and conditions are interesting to note that the Sup
cost more than the entire state ad- mill ran steady for twenty-four hours
SCHOOL CHILDREN the highway as soon as the weather better in Hendry county today than reme Court of the United States has
,;n in istra tiOll. without stopping for any purpose. and
moderates. ever before. passed upon that particular provisionof
was fed at a maximum, then the number
: '' TO BE GUESTS OF F. Deane Duff was appointed headof Tht churl and the entire county the Act in question and. by its de-
:i i: of tons of cane ground per hour
I. ,:, DIAMOND BALL the Legion golf team, 1 loulii; Ir-pi p-oud of Sheriff Han- cisIons. has declared in practical effect -
would be 166.66. Hence it will be seen
1 :'.,>ck\; record dlncchis! appointmentby that the stipulation is not a bind
; that the griiidmg rate per hour for
:/< NEWS AT CARNIVAL Too Many Women Refuses Treatment the Governor: ing one and that the several states
PRACTICE TO START the last week was good. The sugar
.;.... :i.',: The liquor traMc has:I been may employ the proceeds in question,
percentage cane ground during the
... :.'::V Although Jack Farrell, of Living to crime. Tile liquor'- traffic has been without restriction and as in their,
,week:, that is, the approximate yield
ON MONDAY NIGHTThe stone, N. J., is down and out with slopped, urea ?re at work and provide judgment may be best. In the Instance -
:' !96 7.24, and this
per cent sugar, ran
.}. Free Tickets \Vill.be Given rheumatism, he refuses to leave his 'n; means for their families. This figure from January 3rd through February of Florida more than half of

hut and enter a hospital, _"first, because 'O'iditlon, is '\ sure sign of a good the proceeds derived from such lands
:. To All. SchoolChildren. 8th runs 7.20. This means
,. diamond ball diamond has been there are too many women healthy county. roughly that, at the present percentage has been applied to purposes other

---: completed and the lights turned on around that kind of an institution and Judge Whitehurst stated that onlya of sugar content, for every ton than reclamation.

I., the diamond are now being adjusted. second, because my dog would be de few civil cases will be heard at this Under the provisions of the Swampand
.. : of cane ground, there is a yield
Ed Butler, sponsor. of the diamond, serted. term of court. ;; pounds of raw sugar. This is a Overflowed] Lands Act there has
o Every'school child is going to have has been working on the lights for ---.' better: showing than at this Ump last come to the State of Flo'rida from,

/; '::\:".; a free ride on the Merry Go Round tho past two weeks. It was found that .:. yenr During the week referred to, : time to time a total of 20424972.87;

:/" this afternoon The Clewiston News there was not sufficient current to Report- of Activities 311: bags of sugar were made and acres of land, among which is in

: has made arangements with the owners I" light the large bulbs. A new transformer CLEWISTON MILL 143 in process, "which makes n. total cluded the Everglades.In .

I _' of the madiine to give: the schoolchildren l has been installed near the output for the week of 8487 bags ot order to administer the swamp
Date Cane Ground Total Sugar Mad To Bags
-;- tt .:, a free ride this afternoon grounds and the lights are now working su m'. Figured on a basis of a fraction and overflowed lands which, thoughbeing
., Today To Date Made Date Shipped given to the state, actually be-
from three thirty to four o'clock. properly. over :3; cents per pound for raw

"';'"'; Another feature of the evening will The Clewiston Company donatedthe Bags Bags sugar, which is the present! market, came tho property of the citizens of

:::" he that all children will be given additional lights and will see that the diamond Previous 69r)0.59( 28405 in bags of 325 pounds each, or roughly the state our Legislature created

o':'"}I",.;:" rides for five cent The' is Kept In perfect playlog con- Fub. .1 3473.35 73,103.04 1725 30,130 1500 $10.00 per bag F. O. B. Clewiston what Is now known as tho Board of

'.\. .::',"t management of the show Is anxious dition. Feb, 5 3224.20 76,328.04 1275 31405 1500 the total in money for sugar manufactured Trustees of the Internal Improvement

':::;'' for every child in Clewlston to enjoy t Due to the early base ball practice Fob. 6 "- '. 2547.25 78,875.39 1400 3280: 1500' during the, week February Fund-a Board consisting of the Governor -

the fun and Fe1r. 7 3568.50 82-143.89 1425 34230 1600 of th.e State and four membersof
:, stated that tickets In Florida each year Interest in diamond >nd to 8th inclusive is 8487000. Thetotal -
":;:':;" ',. ,:. would }be available at' this price. ball should get an early start. Fob. 8 -' 1200:50 8J,644.39: 495 34725 1000 amount of sugar made from be. Ills'CabInet.. Those 'gentlemen are

Tfie News Is glad to have the children The News team will meet at the Feb. 9 .' -1974.60 85,618.99 1080 35805 500 ginnlg of season through February8th in effect exactly what their title Implies -

as their guest ,this afternoon. Clewiston News office Monday night li'eh. 10 3346.50 88,965.49 1400 37205 1500 Is 34,694 bags and In process : Trustees acting for the ,people

Tickets will be given 1o the children at eight o'clock for practice and the i Feb'-'ll .' '3.190.40. '\2,455.89 a 1425 38630 1000 1,961 bags; making a sum total of I of the State of Florida in the ad-

.fit school today. v election of a captain. Weight per bag of sugar, 325 I r' (Please turn to page 41) (Please turn to page 2)

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flffi CLEWISTON NEWS funds by the counties of this state L WOiU.D WIDE SIFTINGS ." I .thdIcE 'B. HILLS 'WRITESEVERGLADES mit their taking over the tax dcl.uquerit -

now of twice as much as it cost to I : :, 1 I. STORY lands, their revenues are ,at a

Published every Friday at administer the affairs of the couutls -- minimum. The stabilizing purpose or

Clewiston Florida. for all purposes only ten years!=! ago. ministration of the' lands in questIon that provision: of the Act is largely
illustration of the S'anM' : near Gatesville N. C. is tured her skull
This county is an ig ; when she climbed a '
: :nullified by that practical, : 'consl..<:ra- (:.J
LOUIS ,A. MORGAN\ .... Publisher general situation.In nn old house which was built in 1775 :I: wall which marks the boundary be tion. .
t From time to lime the Trustees I"l.
218 of the Comp Recently the properly/was bought I
1020 page
see, byj municipalsties.I
Entered :at: the Postoffice' at :JDlewIstonFloridaassecondclassmatter- have sold large areas of the lands:
troller's report for that year Hills- C. ;E. .Smflh- Negro, farmer: who has ; The common' misconception( that
: bus tiwQuiiCd from the Federal Government '
borough county spent for all purposes so "d enough of the antique furnish-1 i the State oD Florida or its people as
including much of the Evci-
f*< j SUBSCRIPTION RATESOne of every kind and, character two mil- hugs, mantels locks doors, window ,-The skeleton of the prehistoric tortoise !{lades .until today in that latter area a whole are paying .for the reclamation : [ -

Year ........................................ $2.50 Ion dollars; whereas it is now spend- blinds stair cases; etc., to pay off recently unearthed in India, they hold approximately 1,000,000acres. of the Everglades is probably>

Six,' :Months......u..............-............ 1.50. ing nearly three million, dollars a year the mortgage on the property. ; moasures over 7 feet !In length. I based upon the fact that the entire

Three, Months .................;.:.-....;...... "?5 io,' school-purposes alone. It is scarcely As the Trustees have sold such I Everglades area was oiiginally owned l,
believable. Riding ,over 2,009,000'miles in the When women over 160 pounds were by the people of the State oC Florida
ADVERTISING RATES cab of a locomotive Is the distinction admitted free to an Emporia (Kan..) lands, they, in accordance with a provision through the Trustees of the Internal
And educational system any of a law of this State have
is our ,
getter It certainly is not. I invite a paid 25 per cent of the proceeds into
result Of sale of their
for plates. No special position has 'just completed his active career the combined weight of the' their holdings
serious examination by the parents of our State School Fund and a total
guaranteed. All advertising copy of 4S years on the. New York Division dead heads to be over 21 tons from time to time, the Trustees have
this state of the curriculum of the of $1,621.987.91 had been received byj become landowners
j i minority and
must be in this office on Wednesday of the Pennsylvania Railroad -
,public school system of Florida. They I the school fund from that source toMay : taxpayers.
before issue of I Tetanus, which developed after ,he
paper. will find children of twelve and thir- 1, 1929 ((lie latest figures 1 have I
'Mrs. Josephine Syrina Samantha had been pecked on the cheek by a : It should be clearly understood that
teen of ago being taught sub available). Approximately 1,540,000
haveto years ,
that Mrs. Duff-will
It be
may I the which the Trustees
Elizabeth roostercaused the death of Roy U. money pay
Evallne Ida lescre ,
Birthday jects than an adult mind can scarce- Martini of these payments to tho State School
win the -
her husband to
,lick Weidman 10-year-old Mauheim Pa. as Everglades faxes from year to yearis
( )
tournament. ly comprehend; and when their chil- Carroll :Morgan 57 years old, is believed ... Fund have been derived from the I '
golf fleovted 'solely to the
I' lad. improvement
dren finish the schools they do not to have the longest name of sale :of Everglades lands. The balance
I lof lands which they still hold for the
will follow that ,know their A B C's; they do not have any woman in the United Stat s. She of the proceeds has been applied to I
Boy what a gallery is resident of The Bible ,Ins: been translated into j people of the slate. They are in the
a Orient Illinois.
the fundamentals of a common school vat.sous. purposes including in part the
match. .It will be the women against i SS7 languages the latest being that : position of any other land holder in
education;; they are not equipped to pajmenl of taxes levied for the improvement
bet that the women
the men, but our that for the
of the Indian Aboringines oj Guatc I area. They are paying
and. ]In one day, 'as many as 3,000 per
do any particular thing; as a of the Trustee's remainIng -
always win in the long run. mala. improvement of their own holdings.
rules; they can neither read nor' write sons have paid an admission fee of I lands. Other improvements, such '
They arc not paying for the Improvement -
25 cents each to view the site on the I the construction
more nor spell correctly. Fancy a system as of a substantial
Nothing would give us any of other owned's properties.Any .
Since the recent earthquake in
pleasure than lady win in of education that has as a part of, its Charles Feidheiser farm near Crony portion of our State penal institutionat
a Mexico Vera Cruz person who, acquires or owns
,the oil field operators
well, Ind. where scientists are
curriculum: teaching children how to uncovering Raifnrd, have been provided lor :
tournament. Mrs. Duff has defeated -
this. report an increased production land in the Everglades is called upon
and is playing play! Bless my soul: that, Is what all the world's largest masta- the 'people of the State with monies I
every opponent to.pay the taxes levied for the immovcment -
of !5 to 10 per cent from some of the ,
real of golf. She is a great babies want to do from the time they don skeleton. 'The find was made by _derived front lands sold by the Trus
a game wells. or reclamation of his own
boy who accidentally struck his -
foot tees. I
arc three months old. If there Is anyone
and into the} to will
sport goes game lands. Neitierthe Trustees of the
However Captain Duff she is department in this state thatneeds against\! an 8 1-2 pound tooth which ,One of the popular misconceptions '
says Internal Improvement Fund nor the '
Almost ,one-half of thevorld'3
protruded several inches above the 1,400
ripping up from top to bottom concerning the Everglades is that the
the smartest and will win i if they State of Florida through any other '" ,
broadcasting stations are. Ideated in '
have' to finals which: will it Is the educational department, ground. ; I State of Florida or Us citizens arefliriainsr I
go : the United States.I agency contributes anything toward
be played over the course Sunday counties and state; and not by a committee I : and reclaiming that area.' his cost.

commission Although the locomotive of'''an express -' The citizens I
or a of so-called I of com: ies outside the
week. Its thirty-six holes and will bean
; I To December 1, 1929, Evergladesj
but train clipped off the hood, engine I the United States Army there Everglade! of the*
all day affair. educators or politicians, by a area are generally Draingage'' District had
j expended a
commission of practical business men and front wheels of his motor are! more than 4,000 enlisted Negroes. opinion that in 'some 'way they: are j: total of 18OI7,333.79 in reclamation

who have made a' success in life. truck on a grade crossing at What- I paying towards the cost of such reclamation.
Major Wilson sure has the local works, which include, over 440 miles
Of China's miles
Add Knights Statembent editorial fly Mass., Albert Hall was ,left sit- 35,000 of highwayonly. '. The facts are to the con- I j
golf fans interested in this tourna H" is macadam. i of canals 46.9 miles of levees:: 16
And ,I may add that this conditions ting at the steering wheel injured. i 2,000 trary. The Legislature of the State of
ment. He deserves lots of credit for ,., !' I locks, and various other 'minor im
i j
the way he has put on the match. I provements. The works of Everglades
As a defense measure, the Russian During the recent Congressional i of Florida otherwise
hlv exists in every state In the un as such by taxes or i
He is on the job every day and if election in Colombia South Drainage District thus 'constructed
ion. Government plans to teach every man I America' have never paid ,a penny toward
wishes lessons he show have provided the, first
anyone can physical
woman and child in the Soviet Unionto each voter was required to.,,dip his the development of the Everglades.On .
you a few points that will improve So we have then here a conditionof right forefinger in! an. indelible liquid stream thread: connection from Lake
handle a rifle and gas mask. the contrary, the Everglades to
1 your game. % affairs where the total expenses ot which was guaranteed to keep (liefinger 1' date have been Okeechobee to the other waters of the
of direct
a source profit
state and in 1920 ,United States, through the medium
county government
Much interest is manifested by >! black for 2 weeks, and thus to the people of other sections or |
With the Legion team on the field aggregated only twenty-six millionsof i I the elector would, be easily detected 1! of, the St.: Lucie Canal and the invi
I physicians the case of Lillian Fisher the state. In the single instance of the '
every Sunday it won't be long bel'creyou dollars; and where at the present i provoment of the' CaloosahatcheeRiver. ,
election officers
by (the if he attempt-
15-year-old Joliet (Ill.) girl who | payment into the State School Fund ,
will begin to hear about their time they aggregate the appallingsum ed to vote the second time.. Limited navigation across the
has apparently recovered from in j '>: 25 cf the Eve
fan-j per cent proceeds, of
j 1 state by that route is available.
winnings. Captain Duff'will be Cap of one hundred and ten millionsof now
tile paralysis after the blood of a parrot erclades lands sold by the, Trustees I
tain of the team and.. he is a mastedat (dollars of which thirty-five million I "A London (Eng.) manufacturer In addition to the improvements
had been injected into her veins the people of the state have profited
getting something out of nothing. dollars is spent for school pur has, succeeded in producing steel i provided by Everglades Drainage Dis-
!hy an error on the part of a hospital by some $1,540,000.00 as previously ,; trict various sub-drainage districts
Hoses alone. hard that the sharpest file has failed stated. '

Dave Alston lost to Jeftries lastWednesday. And ,this in addition to the enor I surgeon. l.l \ maintained and operated by ,the owners -

Dave just had a bad day 'nous expenditures of cities ,and towns The K's outnumber' the O's 2 to 1 in Is 1905 ths State Legislature created ,' of the affected lands 'cOl,cel'necl.
Averring that she suffered pcrma- a ,special: drainage district known
after shooting two forty-eights Sun- \vhich probably have increased in: c thT family! of R. B. Pleasant, of Doc- spent many millions of dollars
neat injuries when she fell on a' slippery .Everglades; Drainage Districtb; : in the provision of detailed reclamation
: -
day. Jeffries caught him on a bad I he same proportion. ville, Tenn. The girls are Ona, Ovaand (
bathroom floor whileshe was erafly identical with the other
many \ facilities and
day and, the match was over before And this in addition to moneys paid Olv<\. The boys arc 'Klan, Keys. ; as previously
in invited( guest In the, home of hsr, drainage districs in the State. Large- j i stated the approximate total 'expenditure -
either realized what had happened. for personal expenses and moneys ivale. Karle, King and Kyle. I'
that various business men for '>i'l friends, !\II''; ,and' -1\1rs.. G.- Lr Moore, ly because of the then dominant in- for reclamation by all agencies f" '

pay j at Dallas,:, TexasMrs.J. ,. G, Mattivhas .. J-'Tlnesrnitlles I' crest: of the Trustees of the Internal to date is ?68,000.000.i "
\ soldier
COUNTY TAXES 1 ':'i1e..s 'e\lenSCg.: ? -- l In the French : -
filed" suit against Moore for i.Improbement,, Fund as land owners: m j i To-'ay in Everglades there ore
(Peter O. Knight's Second Statement) We Deader where we get the mon '' Army is 20-year-old Henri Payson, ot I.
$16,000. II Everglades condition which no substantially: more than 100,000 acres
y from! Rennes, France, whose height is 4 I ;(
< : feet 5 inches. I longer exists-the act cieating the I II '!j i of intensively developed? and highly

In my former tax statement I con- And yet as a remedy for this almost Because they are ,believed: to be f I drainage ,district provided ,that its administrative l. 1 i j: rro'7uc'IVQ i nrrrlcultural: lands. There

fined myself to. matters of stale taxation criminal lucky, certain telephone numbers Board 'of CQn nnission ;
depletion of the pock-: are are over 58C miles of improved high-
: !
The..BrookfieldMo.jail( which. i
and slate expenditures. I calledto -.is!,; of our property owners we are so popular in Japan native.. sub urs should be made up of the Governor ; ways and' over 210 miles of main line
has'not had a prisoner in the last U(j
\ the attention of the people the?, ;ild that' we shouldchange our form scriberspay:: premiums of $300 to of Florida and four members olals railroad including the Atlantic CoastLine

fact that, while the population of the ->f t ta'"-'ion and that the taxpayers *3.000 to get them. months, is nowfined-to capacity bj- : eabniet, acting iu'ex cificio ca- the Seaboard Air Line and the

state had increased ,fifty-one per cent should ha swatted with an additional ...:; unemployed men who are furnished IKi.ily.: The personnel was the same Florida East Const Railway.

from 1920 until 1930, state expendi- IPX on what little money ih.iv Jiav T"- ?, herd substance which Donald with freemeals by tine town's! ,generous jo I ; "liat of the isuarj of 'iiustoes 01 Arid No., 2 Everglades Story SS SSS

tures"l ha'd l been increased over five ""pf( and on ,Intangibles and thatdorp. ipttery's' teeth encountered when he women. the / Internal Improvement Fund:I I wish that in my allotted time I

hundred. per cent,, "the expenditures should be established a tar '\t! info -an ''oyster sandwich In a 'New' though the two Boards functioned ase.Kiralu might tell ,you something of the romance -

being eight million dollars in 1920 and commibslon. York ,(N. Y.) restaurant, proved to Clearwater, ;Fla.! ) police discoveredthat *. and distinct i -agencies.. In' I[ of this area. There has been

approximately -forty-two millions in If it were not so serious it would he G medium-sized pearls. Theodore Cerallo, who rented the 1929!) the Legislature added five local j a change: since I first saw it in 1913.

1930; and ,that out of a total expenditure \ front ,part of fits building to a flap
he funny. ': Everglades residents-to lie Drainage i i At'that'time I conducted a, survey
.r I : (,O..station for religious wci'sliip
:for state purposes of forty-two Why do not the .press of the state, After Oklahoma City (Okla.) off!- doaul.; iiscieasing_ its personnel to l party noro'js the 'Glades from Wet' !:
millions the ad valorem 'tax'es had used the year part of the structure -
: in view, of the undisputed, facts, fo -i-1S air ounced that the GOO male Bontls ol' the District have : n'l Palm Beach to Lake Okeechobee,
for sale of
state. purposes on real and personal (:us their attention on the heart of citizens who have been fed free ot the liquor. ;oiil; from time lo time under L : I along what since has become substan-

property combined amounted to only I bur trouble and urge that our state:, charge by the municipality would be :-ivo authority, and'the landowners j tially the route of the West Palm
The U. S. Post Office Department '
five million dollars. Thus
showingthat ''ihmhand,city governments do what expected to help in a clean-up of tbo hart been called upon to pay special I Beach Canal. We literally! crawled on

real estate is not bearing more !ha business interests of this state city's streets as pay for the food, Mn: brn-v'.cast! a warning vto all post- drainage taxes, the proceeds of which! our hands and knees for over half

than, ,its burdens of masters to be on the, lookout for a 1
just carrying on have been compelled to do in order only 82 men reported for work. have been used to meet interest and I} the distance to' keep from bogging over

the .state government. new, counterfeit, 520 gold ,certificate. sinking fund from 't
charges resulting I
ntve.thcmfielves, from bankruptcy? our heads and were over thirty clays
shall confine this article to a discussion : lie sale of bonds and to
low long are we to continue this A replica: of George Wa&huigtou's current I in making the trip. Today one may

of examination County expenditures.By Condition: of affairs Mt.\ Vernon; (Va.) home, in which. is Henry Simon, is serving t his 54th administrative funds. Among 'drive along substantially the same

an of pages 21S and fn my next statement I shall discuss to he fcatnred an exact reproduction conseciuivo..ycar as secretary or the lie landowners of Everglades Drainage route overran asphalt road, and make

219'of,the Comptroller's report for'theyear the advisablity of the establish- of the bedroom used by the French :Mobile; (Ala.) Lodge, Knights of Py District are the Trustees- the the same trip in an" hour and a half.

ending December 31, 1920, you ment or a tax commission and the General Lafayette when; IIP was the thias. internal l Improvement Fund, and I wish I might tell you somethingof

will find that the total expendituresof taxation lands, In the Everglades Drainage Disirict the tremendous and
of intanglibles. I propose to emest of Washington: will be erected development

all the counties of the state' for all follow this through and malce as comntete ;in Paris France ast. p:1.rt"or: the '.'! ..' : ." held:: by that Board have been strides that "have been made in the j

purposes whatsoever general expenses I a job of it as my limited abili- American exhibit at the I:rends In, Rather' than f ll- orr'e at 1 cent a and are 'subject to such taxes just as Everglades lands. Various agencies ...'.? '

schools roads, bridges, interest ty may permit no matter whom it tcrnationnl olonial Exposition. which :cup:: as decreed by' Brazilian, !! Government ifimls ,held by individuals or private have been actively at worlhut

on-indebtedness, etc., amounted to the I may hint i if the state press will publish i is to open in May 1931. officials the 'doors of Dio de corporations. In recent years the I among: them wo must recognize as

very reasonable sum of eighteen millions ) the statements, I expect to give ,Janeiro. coffee shops have been locked Trustees of the Internal. ImprovementFund leaders the Brown Company of Portland

dollars; whereas for the l'cst .. :. by their owners.Frank have been called to I
from lime ,to time. I am only en- upon pay I Maine, and the Southern Sugar
two After he had tried in vaitt many
years' the expenditures by the :
deavoiinpr to be helpful. appioxhnalely one-se\'ent of the total Company:: of Clewiston and Chicago.
counties of this state for all sinrce :ted remc 1ics. SO-ycar-old': .
purposes taxes for reclamation
PETER O. KNIGHT. I purposes. The first company-is principally concerned '
have leaped to the astounding amountor ?trcvre: of Spring Mill Pa.,. l halted a : )W. Mountz. 32 years old shot '
which Trustees
i money .the have used in the production of paper
6-d-iv. attack of hiccoughs-by: the.use and killed himself, ,at his home. near
approximately one hundred and : ;lit paying such! taxes has }been derived! pulp and other firest products. A byproduct
of t.hl'juie of a lemon ,in half a glassof Carlisle, Pa., after a 2-hour wrangle
forty mCE',1
million dollars million : ;;
or seventy I oolely tram the proceeds oC sale of of Its operations is hydrogen
LEGAL N water. .' with his wife because, she trumpeda : I I '
dollars ,
a year. Naturally it will I other lands, after tho payment of 25 :1q.: t. v/iilrh' in turn 'J$ the ,vehicle em

be said that this enormous expenditure i I ,canl trick bf his while playing atneighbor's I I par cent of such proceeds toT.hu State played in transforming certain vegetable -

is due to the increased: bonded NOTICE; TO CREDITORS OF CLEW. 'I Bc'o-o the G..l? 'ndils walked out otfh3 : home. School ,,
: Fund, as previously referred
oils into solid fat
r a : ) cooking
ISTON BUILDING MATERIALCOMPANY roojv's:' oL, a New York (? Y.) ., -- I -
indebtedness -1. :
of the counties and the ( : I ... to. In no instance has there been any p'milar to Crisco. Entering: upon the
'->'am vM'Tj? had invaded the '
political] subdivisions thereof. I fiioy ,
This is Th? State cf Nevada Is, building a Legislative appiopriation therefor. r--oduction of such a cooking! fat upon

only partly true. For the two yeaisthere ,. I I I'f'ijbr"1" "v.o"-e rot on'.y: forced to hand I-:, mile highway to be known as the, Tho Everglades Drainage District a commercial basis the. attention of
''''"" ft.ghut.:: ) required to
was expended by the counties, You are hereby notified that at ten r were Kt! Carson Trail. Act provides that in the event a land that. company was.directed. to the Evevlrules -
for county bond interest and o'clock. A. M.. the 27th day of t tr' nr f tlv'r' trousers which were
sinking I vv.rer, fail, to :pay the drainage taxes nq a possible sourco for the
funds, and special district and bond 'February, A. D. 1931, in Chambers at 'tied into knots by the bandits.., .1 levied against his holdings his lands
Fort production. their own supply of peanut
Myers Florida undersigned
interest, and sinking funds, a total of P.ecciver.3 for Clewiston Building Material Thpromise to be "true forever'da ,"-''] In due co'.M-Fo: are put up at tax sale. oil after they had found their

thirty-four minion dollars, or seven- 1 Company will apply to the Hon. Pec'c: Barton:) who 'claimed. fo be "'.. bv Ida. Gibson fiancee::: of John In the further event of no competent origin: supply from China fo be unsatisfactory

ten million dollars ''a year. Soil will I George Whitehurst, Judge of the the woi'lrt's eldest cowboy. died recent i )Haisleail., who died. at Chicago III.vtlv ., i! :Oid'lor, lor them aPpearing, the lands and uncertain. Followinginvectisatious !

be seen that we are now spending by Circuit Court In and for Hendry Coun- Iv at Childress' Texas, rt 'tho.age :,- before their wedding day in !:I question are knocked down to the j I Ii. they acquired some

the counties and the political ty, Florida for an order authorizing of 100 )'f'a rs. '00, was fulfilled when Halsteal's I "
Trustees of the Internal l
: ImprovementFund j lands. In
SUbdi-1 said Receivers! liquidate the storKof 1 .. ; 70,000 acres of Everglades
visions thereof ""rave "'as opened to receive the ashos 'I I
as much money goods and assets of Tho provlsipn in question would order to develop the best agricultural

terest and sinking funds ',on bonded Hulldfnsc Material Clewiston.\\ Both the jury system mud capita! of Miss GiTTson's body which had -C"Vf.to stabilize the credit of Ev- I processes and' as a means of solving ,

indebtedness as it, cost to administerthe 11 I best price or prices punishment havebeer abolished in been. cremated..after her recent 'death. ;!, Tglades Drainage District excepting the yarious.original questions of soil r....
I if you have any objections i
affairs of all the counties for all '. Mexico. : :for: I
one ) practical di-ffilculty treatment and soil chemistry involved
PH! order being entered, such objection I I ; :
purposes etc., in 1920. j I.1. found in the fact that the TrusteesI
*ho'iM bn presented to the Court at Because water was unavailable they selected an area of that land

And this condition of affairs in r'lbe!'(! time above stated. I .In the London (Ens.) Museum can:: skimmed mw'as: used to extinguish I I[ must depend for revenues under the pyi'1 turned it ovr to the< cllrec'Ion of

opinion, has been largely lnought.about :!;: TO. ALLTTANDS i 1 be.seen the world's most famous rug 1 policy fallowed by this state in the 1 highly competent, technically trained
'I STUBBS. : a at the horns of Gordon Denby
ROY D. iarlinville
by the real estate speculatorsof which is valued at $250,000. It measures solely funds which
past |
I Receivers for Clowiston Building '! (Ill.) dairyman. j jr upon they plinf' experts supported by such common
this state. x' '1
17 34 feet contains 30-
: Material Company. and 1 derive from the salo of lauds. Experience -labor and mechanical facilities

And the most amazing thing in connection I 000,000 knots. I t: has proven that fie (develop ; PQ: were required. They have planted

with this matter Is thatfor LI '*icrov'Crt organization in the so- r.if t n' conditions which result insubstantial i and grown almost every plant which

the Jast two years there was expended I- ; World Wide Sitting s........ ......... ,.......... ..,;The worliTs most i powerful marine i Hal realm of London Eng., Is The j numbers ot landowners I I one can: imagine. .and have observedthe

seventr-m mon dollars for school By the use, of 'an umbrella: rib radio station is located at Chatham,. Grandmothers'\ Club the members' of I,being unable to pay. their drainage processes of' such growth In tho-

purposes or thirty-five million dollarsa wrapped in adhesive tape,..70-year-old 1Iass.'I V which' meet weekly to exchange gossip taxes likewise result In a decreased most minute detail. /,

year. | Jose RIger "fished"! $10 out of, the of the present and that of days I. dera"n'l for and sale of the Trustees'! Literally s50kainpr.]: if a yellow ,sjvvt

So that we have the astoundingspectacle poor fund box in a Chicago (Ill.) .,' Five-year-old. Jean Phillips fell from gone by while they partake: of tea land. Consequently, at the very time cievelonc-t on a bean leaf, or 1C kart.

of an expenditure oC school church. I. Newark into East Orange and Irae-: I land cakes. 4)P
they need Increased revenues to per- 'I (Please turn to Page

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w--- : = = : = : : = : : : =- :::.:;::;.: =- =- I Pile :MIT. FV. Williamson and t e',t \ ':etr.. and Mrs Tom Shelley, :. -:- :- =- = : .:. : c ::=- -:- =-'-:-: :- _

..J.f rl JUJ S.' Jones. > : l Mv. and Mi's., \\. ,C. Prewltt. Mr. and I : : = )

:, -: r :Mis. Roy Dumiway,. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene !

== ( ;/ 9bcb == : I Miss Marion ,Leydig entertained at., Powers, Miss Sara Greene, M'ssI ij'L LABELLE NEWSt r

.. / : bridge Saturday night at her home.'I).I Jnmve, Williams Miss' Frances Moni {
4 (
[, Mist score, was awarded to J. K. : Dr J. W 1 E7Pl'e A. W. S'ns'! ana -

...:Mrs. L. .A, Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 11 i I Beardsley. A salad course was served! f'ob' ]faros.kU'Es. I I j MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD I

I ) | to Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Allbands, J. E.I ., 1 _ .. : ,,, ..
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: ';:,;. ; Miss Frances Monroe, Miss\ Sara | Mr. E. E Kelly returnedVedne- I Reaioslf\v: D.V.. Beaidsley, Miss\ Al GROWN l Mrs. '-.. L.. Taylor anJ daughter.Lorplne ,
Beatrice Kettl], Mrs. F. W. DcLozier. .
Greene, Campbell Nail and Richard : day nigh from Daytona accompanied II ,.1.i.1\ l .Mid. .\. A. \oU und lit-
Mrs. Leah Spicer, Glen Ilofrd ana
'. White motored to West Palm Beach by Mis. Kelly and her sister. MissCate lIt; son, lvi.p ;. ,n'.otoiel to Okcecho ,
; Paul: Beam : tF3
Sunday to attend the theater. ( ] Gaines from Excelsior :Springs; ; ( I j ARE ENJOYING I hec SatuuliQVy they were the
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1 j
I Mot I guests or .Mi's. ii:. Dmunce over the
Mrs. W. C. Hooker and :Mrs. D. U. '
-The )general meeting of the "Upper i ii MRPYGO ROUND '.\eekenclConimi'. ;
Alston "ere joint hostesses to the :] :
'. Glades Farm and Garden club will Mr. and :Mis. John Myers from 'Vil-i( !*. i.)ncr i'lod; Ounaway ana
0. i Social Club Wednesday afternoon at ;
meet at the Legion hall in Belle liamspoit. Ohio: arrived Wednesday I j Jackson Granger of Felda, W. :P" Tur-
a bridge )arty given at the Clowiston: { i
Glade Monday afternoon, February" and will\\ be guests at the Watanabe 1 | ner and David) l Owens: of LaBelle, mo-
Inl). A decorative valentine: scheme > Amu :ment Being Furnished
: 1C, at twothirty.Mi hotel for an indefinite time. ... I tored to 1IiaJ.i1onday: on a business
was carried ont in the favors and deo

.. nationPiiro! awards were given to j By Legion ; GoTo trip.J..
'sW. C.. Hooker entertained at D. G. Alston and Louis Morgan ,I Harlem next week O. Davidson, W. P. Gregory Mr.s. \
Mis.\ Claude Downs for high score in
>'; t r a weiner roast' Saturday night iOl'l1eron spent Tuesday In West Palm Beach: Edna Allison and Mrs, Claud Davidson
: In idee.( Mrs.::; J. ( Alhauds for hifi
,f. ,. J. D., on his eighth birthday. on business. I returned to LaBelle Thursday after -
h >rorr in row maikctt and Mrs F. M. Clewi tcn kiddies
are enjoying
Others attending were Martha Nell a visit of several dais at Metier,
Wright i ieeeivp'1 the cut prize. After rider: on a rry-Go-Round nd Ferris
? a
'. Alston, June Hooker, \\ illie V. Hook D. 'O::Hatch spent Sunday! in West Ga, with relatives. Miss Virgie O'ban-
i number of progressions; a delicious I I Wheel or the lot back of the NCJ.VS
; er, Pat McGhee, Zehla Smith, Elbert Palm 'Beach.1. Salad ro.nre seived: I ner accompanied them from Jacksonville -
was : office.
.' ,'IIool(er, Wilbur McGhee, Bernice where she has been for the. past
; !;.. ,Memj-ors;: } and visitors' presentere Its real fair lime in Clewiston and .
few months.Ida
:t. : ;; O'Neal and Munselle S'one.Mrs. :1T,. amt 1 Mi:'). Harold Hodgson of : I;
I 7osda'iios Fred 1\Jaxwell.J. R. Al- every afternoon as soon as school I
celebrated thlrtesnth
Forrey her -
culonlon and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. .
-tan.) C ,McDonald: ,. W. S. Harvel, turns out you can find almost everyyoungster
: birthday last Tuesday! II
'' '>. Annie Noimaml from: Jacksonville Tj(kiRSOn Horn Chicago are visiting evening
Louis Morgan! TI. A. Shaw, Wm. Mc- in the city n the lot watch- with a party given at the bore of her
Mr. and Mis. J. K. Jr. for
friends Clew Mowery
is \isitmg ; ,
; : ,
:: several ? nrG.;. ,,,0. Wallace, W. C. Prowitt, in' the horses and the large ferris mother, Mrs. M.\ Ii;. Forrey. Contests
iston for week.
..t Rw a' Cla' 'lo Downs, Tom Shelley, F. M. j jWrfKht I wheel. Its a child's Delight to ride a and,games. were played during the
.' .
'. ? : j "Flying and to the city cv ning. Hot cocoa and toasted sandwiches
I. I
Mr.\ and Mrs. K. A. Shaw and Mr. !
: :
,. ,. ,.-.Jf.,, : r '; : Mr.-and" Mrs.. J. Allhands sprinth' George; Bert, J. B. Beardsley, Roy I i iDnnaway from top of the ferris wheel, is a were '8 r\'ed.

: ':-f:' ':,, ->: '. Tuesday in Ft. Myeis on business. and Mrs. Eugene Powers spent the J. K Mowery, Jr., T, K. j jGonterman ,II eight worth seeing. :Miss Dorothy McCormick of Viaiuivisitoil j

".\. '-. :.:"::. .-f--: ; ,past weekend in Vest 'Palm Beach J. K. Mowry Sr., J. G.l| According to Information furnished her parents: Mr.\ and Mrs. D.I)1

.J:' '.f. ii(' ''Mrs, 1'''. De-xne Duff motored to 3S guests of friends and relatives I I W. DeLo7ier Eugene [ <
.'.. Alhands, F ; the News Ed Butler. J. K. Baker raid G. McCormick: in LaBolIe the past .
) << ,{ 1.. :.:; West Palm Beach Wednesday to'JS. 'Powers, F. Williamson, C.. L. Ad- 'j Frank Mlltair tried to view the city I week-end. Miss McCormick is attending -
.. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and
: "'' : : it relathes. acts, E, L. Stewart, John Myers and from the top of the ferris wheel but school at Miami.
': < __ Ir children June. Billy, J. D. and Elbert I Ii >
Misses!? Sara Greene, Jamie Williams, it failed to work with such a load. The State Supervisor of the Royal
spent Sunday in Palmdale with Mrs. i i i I
L y ', .J.' ::.. Dick Hooks, Deter Nall and Ea.rll Ola Petteway and Boncile Stone. The kiddies were anxious_ to l keep Neighbors: of America is expected to .
M. II. Hooker.
'}:, '. : White motored to South Bay Wednesday I I riding -so Butler, Baker and Miltair meet with the LaBelle Neighbors
" night. I :Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shaw entertained gave it up; Monday night, February 16.
; : "." :' ... Mrs. Barney Thomas and Mrs. Fred 1 their bridge' club is furnished'
, ::: : members of This amusement being Mrs. Elmer Dulaney's mother, Mrs. .
:' .. :;.:,1: ",: 'i,' ]Mrs Claude ,Downs, ':Mrs. Annie Maxwell returned Tuesday from I! at a Valentine party Wednesday night under the auspices: of the, Legion and Dyches and aunt. Mrs. Maud Dyches) ,

';a. :.., I \: Normand, ..Bob. Hancock and Troy Tampa where they have been vi: it- ;j I at their home The club prize was t is goocl( clean amusement for the have returned from Cuba. -

.., '_. .: ,", Puryear motored to West Palm Beach I ing relatives for the past week. awarded to 'Miss Jamie Williams and youngsters. Mr. R E. Laney's wife visited him I d

:1 ; ::::, '. :. Monday to attend the theater. Eugene; Powers and Bob Harris received The show will move into Harlem: over the -week-end. I'
:Miss Beatrice
:' ,' ;' ::: :- ,; ., Marshal] returnedto the cut prize. Members pres- next week. I Mr. E. E. Goodno and, Dennis Smallwere .I
: her home at,, Daytona Saturday ,,
t' : ,- t-',:: ", Keathly Bowden and Mr. Lavon ac- I in Fort Myers Monday on businC5 -*:
:' "onrunlv: '1 1-y ?'r. and: Mrs. Shelleyand I I .!
r ,'j; 2 ;: .., from More Haven were business visitors ;. .
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Mr. E. E. Kelly. Mrs.: Z. H. Shelley
':,.X"'".?'.:, <;.:;:; \;.. ... to Clewiston----Monday. I from Cuthbert, Ga., returned with flJ1RE 0 CEA SOLID Miss Patsy Heath I entertained a i i 1( .. :: .

:: ,;. :Mr. and Mrs\ Shelley on Sunday and rim crowd of. LaBelle girls and boys Saturday i j : .r
<.. ; _': .. : D. G. Alston: accompanied by Dr. I I0 j 7
.' will be .their guest for several: weeks: 45 February 7. Punch was served
: .': McAithur from Pahokee motored to
\,;: .. '.:\: I Ir' and a good time was had by all. i
." '.: .'. '. Tampa Wednesday to attend the ofoyk .. b I
': ., :Mr.: and Mrs. J.' Willingham: anc'Mrs. Mrs. Elmer Dulaney motored to ..
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.: ; Shrine meeting. .
: \; / 0 Pete Wilson and daughter, VIr Fort' ,Myers last week on a business :...
:.<>r' .:,:. 'J'lia.: .motored to roore Haven Sun trip. .

\ : ." : 'la '. Mr. Willlngham has Mrs. Sam Carson and mother, Mrs.E .
: .. Y:: :Miss Ruth Grafstrom form New been guest

.. :... ., York City arrived Thursday .and will "if his family Othe week-end. ,- M. Weekley and Miss Cora Craw'ord' -
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,_, be guest, of Mr. and Mrs. ,F. ,L. Will 0 'F. + pZ' visited Mrs. Lottie Langford
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-- }amsoll. Miss Grafstrom is a daugh.W' Mi' and !Mrs. Mike Buigosou h vemo'ed Ft. Myers Sunday

!' ter of Mrs. Williamson and is noted from flie Scott hotel to the -w Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and I

... for her work In art.having completedher Hooker: apartments: and will be them c '

course abroad. She has. just completed temporarily. .z : : = = ... '

: iI'; a. series of drawings for 'leading --.- f; pt1S R o t I' ( .,

::.,.' ;, / magazines. ..f;. has G.been E. Jones vist'iughis from Macon brother,. Miss,C who L J A C \ Satisfy him witht*\ \ '| J i'If i :

.. f ,;'--,:. :...-., Mr. and Mis.:: J.V.. Troeger of So- Jones, )Jolt Tuesday for Miami.J. ; .

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,;, : .;,<: ':!::;" ". week. W. Ponder Virgil Smith and. Mr I vc gulf t-0S l .. \

/, ,,! .. ... Wise from Columbus, Ga., were in I Ii C> Gt

;' :... ;;' ;.' : JMr. Williams -fiom' Moore Haven, _Crl i teton FiHay visiting' friends. ----- from the. c> ::.=,.

; '- <3:}. '-F spent Friday of last week 'in-Clewis- --. hDI, GlM
-',y:....;.:' '.' ,',. ton on business. :Miand Mis. .W. C. Hooker made If ,. .tho_ -. (,,:;. I (I L

:',J.; .. I a business, trip to West Palm Beach I 'PA MS 1 RAKFRY i '. f --:- ,._ : I Il

.'.; ,',:'i"; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mower}' Jr., Mr. Friday. A!i ri ay __ 'I

..'. t?: '.',. and Mrs. J. K. Mowery, Sr., and Mr. I' ... 1
.1r.: ; ;: and ''Mrs. T. E. Gonterman motored to 1 ) 0 "
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; Petteway was guest of .
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.';: :I ",<......:.. Lake \Vales Sunday to attend the ie- her family in Wauchula over I the Patronize your homo i.7 i

.- citnl at the Bok Tower.. weekend.Mr r--v--
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; : : Arthur Lawrence spent Monday in and Mrs Oscar Golpi and I..

.,. ,::.:.';: West Palm Beach on business. I daughter Fay, left Sunday for. their f ____t I l Sugarland Highway Phone 333

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after spenlingthe I
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..: ;? The BEST Gray Hair past two months here. Q r = :: c :: :: = : : = : ,

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RemedyjsBomeMade .. r- '" ..
Mr. "" I:
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and Mrs C. H. Hawkins announce -' .. .. .. '. .. ?j'J.'T;'' .ziii&1IIIt, u. aaai -;: !:' =
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: ..',: oneouncebayrumasmallbox February" C.' The baby will be called ', '-1 of Barbo ".. ::1''f <
Compound I ; SEE. \ \. lf"-w t :
Elsie Fay. i. v' 11" ro; '' F.t t.
:.,. and one-fourth ounce of .,, o 'ff'' '' ,4' .: !.jJ" ...... .....
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glycerine. Any druggist "" -(/' .' '
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can put this' up or you can Trov 'Pl1r"ear'and Bob Hancock b.,f'f'tI)"\tv \ fle'lu,' ,.'\ ;''f.; .: .. /'I '1ti"dr; .ifr.. ..':, .. .

Y l mix! it at home at very moored to West Palm. Beach Sunday. I t b 1"1 Hz" 4 rI( \ ..;, ':','.. ,. .'
.. :::-t. little cost. Apply to the '. -. ,
l'I hair twice a week until .....:....,,;; /i.:" tflnl fJ w. SfnvJkeFM .:'.:' 1 -,

:!- the desired shade is ob Lawton Sims of Canal Point wasa ;:,, E_.r.-A ( 1 1 '. $ na > .. ;
,-. 3. tained. It will gradually darken business visitor to Clewiston Mon- ::: )RO'r.zCT!( 11 t' 1 i : ,. ,
.' :.. : streaked,faded or gray hair and make it edit jt4' .\ m ftfc $4ft&&t! -,
.;(: ::. end glossy. Barbo will not color the scalp. day., ,4. & $ FvtVnf/ ? ';>r II :1.,'.1,,:\.1!;iA?
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71 L !'h:1" ', Mr0! Dave Alstonand !Mrs j(1 IX: :'! ;-k'i': '.: :.' 1iij' ,.;; ..fra. m:r-,,.:# i ,: ,

... : SENOSTHEM BACK Louis! Morgan spent Konday in West *"*
J r"jm Beach shopping.Mrs. FOR ROADS AND DRIVERS THAT W


T. K. Baker, Mrs. J W Kat- WARE "HARD: ON TIRES" . THE fjj ,

l tner. :Mrs, L. N. Smith. and Mrs. C5. .

;, M. Larnck. .:! 'motored to Pahokeo Sun- NEW U GOODYEAR: HEAVY DUTYExtra f ,

JC day. ,. _

; i!: 1 III / y \ .- m5tj; : W 4I I You can get a room and board at: 'our hotel that

/ Mrs. Fred Moltz, Mr. and Mrs. 1?.

N. Rhinchalt and Mrs. N. C. iia Way Except Price T .
..... ',: I QYTHE Story Every will\ make you 'feel at home.: *
spent Monday In West Palm Beach, .
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'.:>;; > hopping. :.. .
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Are you planning plenty Goodyear's patented SUPER

: CLEWISTON hardhard driving? Want exTWIST cord-six she .\ "
} Mrs. J. K. Baker was hostess to .
the I tra protection from punesorbing plies! I
members of the Willing Workers
"' tures, blowout, skidding and Extra style, too. Tapered sidebars ,
in "
lass her
: home Friday night. -
i. l worn-down treads? ; silver striping. Valuo
Games and. puzzles were enjoyed until
:< Here's your tire! only Goodyear offers-mado I. '

.) We are proud of the fact that we a late hour when the hostess Extra-thick, extra deep-cut possible b r a production CLEWISTON'S POPULAR. .HOTEL

.f served. delicious refreshments to Dr. All-Weather Tread. ExtraMILLIONS of tires greater .. -

laundrywork uul Mrs. W. :T. Bailey, Mrs. D. Lar- of than any other company.
; large extra powerful body
.'.,j.. .. nero Mrs l Fiod Topper, Mrs. J. H. :i r. ..
:'.:)'1.-;'.; "", handle the most delicate work. You Banks Mrs. J. W. Kettiier, Mrs Eugene .1

.", ,r':., will find our 'service one. of care. Powers, Mrs C. M. Allen and I I Ask for our Special Vacation Trip Offer THE W AT ANA'BEHOTEL 1 zf

.:t': Phone for our Snow-white plan. Mr Leydlg. .,
:: U Low: 1930 prices on Goodyear Pathfinders and Regular .- \ I':; ,'. '. .. 1.

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j The regular meeting of the Ladles MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS. Manager.ssssgg .
r Aid Society! met .at: the church Thursday -
?.. ? .. CLEWIS TON t.r11.fIE
afternoon with Mrs. C. M. Allen
LAUNDRY inc. hostess.
The devotional
was led by .
i L EL PASO AVE.:+ SAN BONITA ST. Mrs W. T. Bailey! a1CItrs.! ., T. V. .rI '" : : = .: : : -:- : =- = =

, Watson and Mrs. F. M. Wright. gave

t <, lEWISTON FLORJDA f lalk on India. Those presentere CO

btu\ s. Claude Downs, Mrs. T. V. ,
'ZlourSnow itelaundryY vat-// .
r. son, :Mrs.' F. M\ Wright, Mrs W. r.' I' Ir --.J6x--4'-:
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CEORCE B. HILLS 1VRITESEVERGLADES to twelve feet, and as the lake stood Tho Federal project when com- from the sale of other lands. Carriedto that such a tract of land. reclaimedat amount sufficient to enable the Trustees

STORY practically at land elevation at the pleted, will provide not less than six Its ultimate conclusion, that policy I a cost of some $30,000,000 invested to pay the annual cost of the improvement

beginning of the storm, that depth of feet of navigation by a continuous will mean that at some future year through a period of years, would then of the lands which they ,

which should not 1'avt been thero appeared water was spread out over the lands waterway across the Stato of Florida, the Trustees will sell the last parcelof have a sales value of some -125,000- would hold. They would still in nowise
on a buckwheat loot, Into the of the people extending from the Atlantic Ocean 000 to $150,000,00. Means might be
and improvements their holdings in order to derive bo contributing to the cost or
laboratory the* specimen went and dwelling along the lake shore. Tho east of Stuart by way of the St. Lu- the funds with which to pay the taxes provided by which the money then the improvement of lands owned by

there it sta.ed.unUl both the cause resulting destruction of human life cie Canal; Lake Okeechobee, and the levied against that parcel that year. derived from their sale would be set others than themselves. The private r 1.:.

alaI the remedy were found. Ai a result and property was inevitable.Add Caloosahatchee River, to the Gulf be- Add Ao .1 Everglades Story; EE SSSI up as an investment trust with the landowners then, as now, would con-
tLo Irown? CouijMi.v today 1.' of EE SS C low Fort It will levees annual: returns therefrom available
No 3 Everglades Story Myers. provide I believe the time has come when tinue to pay all costs of Improving
the opinion that some thirty or more The effect of tho storms, for the along the southern and northern the people of Florida may well take from year to year' for the meeting ot their own holdings. .

various plant products, ranging from first time, demonstrated the necessity :; shores of the lake: with top elevations stock of their assets in the Ever CUte expenses of State government. I submi the possibility, not as a .

buckwheat to sugar cane, can be for further works. designed for 31 feet above sea level, nigh enough glades. They must shortly determine Such a program, for the first timein recommendation, but. as a matter for
grown commercially upon Evergladesland. recurrence and to resist the the history of the Everglades,
the purpose of any strong enough action whether they are to conserve that the cold-blooded consideration and
disaster. It developed of hurricane which has would involve an appropriation by
of similar any ever I
asset 'or whether they are to continue analysis of the people of this state.
The operations of the Southern that their provision would involve an been known to develop in the historyof l legislature from year to year of an.
in n policy under which that assetis .
Sugar Company have been no less 'Im- : expenditure of ,some $10,000,000 and the world. It will provide a navi- gradually disappearing. In the -

portant.Vhile they have demonstrated it was manifestly impossible for the gable chan nl from the lake up to the
II light_ of the past record of Everglades% .-
to the satisfaction of the experts land owners ot the Everglades to pro- City of Okeechobee and it will pro
development and of Increasing land
concerned tha t sugar cane can be vide them in the face of depreciated vide ,a six-foot navigable channel
values in that ANTHONY'S Inc.
area they may well
grown with high success upon Evorglades values resulting from the storms around the lake along its southern .
consider the advisability and the
lands, they; have further and which had already occurred. Neither. shore, permitting safe operation of
soundness of a policy under which the
even more importantly demonstrated could it be expected that further substantial barges and the type of vessels which 310-312 Clematis Dial 2-3121
that the rank sawgrass lauds which development of the Everglades may be expected to carry the heavy Trustees of the Internal Improvement .
Filnd! would block together an area WEST PALM BEACH .
Everglades could be carried out until such tonnage which will undoubtedly otT
ot half million million ,
or a acres
protective works) had, been providedor produced within the 'area. It will also -.
or whatever might finally be deter-
into a satisfactorily productive agri- at least, definitely assured. Increase the outlet' canal capacity
cultural soil, within approximately mined upon, of selected land and conserve -
The 1929 session of our State Legislature available for the control of Lake
tw dive months from the time they recognized that the control of that area until it had been fully -
Okeechobee from the present figureof .
are first taken: over. Because those reclaimed. Such reclamation will .'.:
Lake Okeechobee presented a prob-
5000 cubic feet per second to the .
lands in the past have presented very lem separae from that of the reclamation 7500 cubic feet per second necessary cost from $25 to $10 per acre, and '
would be paid for through a period NEW 1931 GOLF CLUBS
serious:: problems in soil chemistryand of the Everglades. It createda for the purpose.It .

plant growth, the demonstrationsof new special tax district, known as is reasonable to hope that the of many years. When reclaimed, such -. --

the Southern Sugar Company may Okeechobee Flood Control District. assurance of these works, known to lands may be expected to have a val
inestimable value in ue substantially in excess of 125.00 New I 931 J Golf Clubs
be regarded as of with both responsibility and the broad be necessary to the safe occupancyof by Spalding, featuringthe

considering the future of the Ever- powers necessary for the specific so- the Everglades land, together with to 150.00 per acre.. It may be found /

glades. lution of that problem. Like Everglades the stamp of Federal approval Indicated MASTER\ IN CHANCERY large faced Woods, true' temper shafts. Every -
Development in the Everglades progressed Drainage District, the Flood by its large financial partIcipation i-
with increasing rapidity up Control District 'is a local enterprise in their provision, will provea golfer is :wild'about them.

to 192G. The residest landowners and receiving no support whatever irom stimulus to further sound development r,0G55 bags During the week le- I

financial; interests in the North were the State. Its funds are derived sole- within the Everglades area. referred to 130J '16 gallons of molasses ,

joined in a common faith in the fu- ly from the proceeds of taxes levied In cc c1L" ion, I wish to revert to I were made and 13.185 gallons ,es- '

ture of the area. Credits for development against. the lands contained within the subject of the interest of the f llmated in process, making a total for

work were freely available, and the District and paid solely by the Stat .f Florida in his area. As 1 the week made and estimated in Wood clubs steel shafted 4.00 to 15.00
they were utilized to the limit of such owners of such lands, whomsoever have previously pointed out, time peo- process of 152,231 gallons. Figured at

availability.In they may be. Here again each land- ple of this state "have never contribute 4c per gallon, the Present market. Irons, steel shafted 4.50 to 10.00

September, 1926, the Lake OIc e- owner pays only for the improve- :! a cent to the development of the makes a total net income oi! $6,089.24

chobce area was for the first time in ment of: his own holdings. I! Everglades. Everglades Drainage Dir from this! source The total number Irons Hickory Shafted 1.50 to 6.00
the memory of living men, subjectedto The officials of Okeechobee Flood trLt, and the iTevclopmeut is being: of ;gallo'i'! of molasses mad and es-

the full force of a tropical hurrIcane Control District determined to seek I 'arrie1 out V- nrl at the oxponse ot I linwtrJll in process: from be- inning of. 6 and 9 club register set steel shaft 507590.

The resulting destruction of the aid of the Federal Government I i ie landowners: involved, who: ;cevoi* : l'h(1i)( ; reason through ;February

property and of human lives, principally in the matter. My own firm, Hills, j! .hey nay it'The:: Trustees oC time: I ?emu, i* *7",301. An addition-1 furnace Registered Woods 30.00 pair

occurring at Moore Haven, was Youngbcrg and Luce, were l'etained' Internal Improvement Fund are today is bein-; constructed in the boiler

tremendous. The back-set, to all development to principally represent the Districtin minority landowners and minority room to take care of the disposal of .' / ..'.

activities was great. But the effort to secure Federal aid. taxpayers wIthin that District. Their surplus bagasse., The Clewiston factory ?. : > :;i, ;
when in September, 1928, the Okee- Alter many months of work, in which. exclusive or even preponderant own was designed to be very efficientin ; .
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chobee section was again subjected to our delegation in Washington-par ership is a condition of the past. The steam economy, in order tint surplus Golf Balls ';y3.for; : $1 I ..00i

a similar storm of even greater intensity ticulaily Senator Fletcher and con- fact that the Governor and four members bagasse! would be available for '. .: -;l,.... ;,',,' '

the results were bad indeed. gressmen Owen and Drane'-contrib-] of his cabinet constitute five of manufacture of colotex board later Golf Balls I ::,,"... :;:y..>. : 50c
Some two thousand human lives and uted in an outstanding way, the Fed- the Board of ten Commissioners? administering on Since that part of the expansion : "-

tremendous property damage was the eral Government adopted. in the Riv- the affairs of the Districtis )project has not yet been undertaken, Golf Balls : >> \: : :- -. 75c .

combined toll of those two storms. ers and-Harbors Bill 'of July 3, 1930, an heritage of the day when the time problem of the disposal or the : '" '. '''" : ,', ,. .. :- "', ':<.:' '.
However, so far as future development a project for navigation and flood Trustees of tlie Internal ImprovementFund surplus: bagasse will be taken care ot .

was concerned, an even more control, the completion _of which will were the sole landowners. The in this new furnace.

serious result was had through the for all time solve the problems in Everglades and their Improvement For the last two days, namely TENNIS RACKETSA.

depreciation in security value of the question. should not be regarded as a State undertaking Tuesday and Wednesday of this week

area as a whole and the eliminationof Under the terms of the Rivers and or a State project. It is a February 10th and nth, mill opera- ;

credit for further development.The Harbors Bill a project estimated to local enterprise. The landowners tions were all that could be expect G., Spalding Brothers' complete line" of high grade Tennis. .Rackets, -fJ
physical effect of those stormsis cost in excess of $9,000,000 has been within the area, are "paying the ed. For' Instance, on Tuesday 3346 1-U '-j:' .tJ. -.L-

perhaps not commonly understood. adopted by the ,Federal Government. freight" and in'fairness they shouldbe I tons were ground, and the time lost $3.00 to $15.00, including Top Flites, Kro Bats and others. Tennis Blale

They did not create a tidal wave or Local interests-meaning. Okeechobee their destinies for mechanical defects was only 5.55,
permitted to guide own
Red or White 50 cents each. i
a destructive surf such as is commonly Flood Control District-are called up- i I .*. and on Wednesday the mill ground
produced along an ocean shore by on to contribute the specific sum of 3490.40 tons of cane and time lost in

earthquake or high winds. Rather. I $2,000,000. the necessary rights or- The Trustees of the Internal Improvement -J,percentage was 10.07. When all fact-

the extreme force of the wind, blow- way, and certain future maintenance., Fund now own approxi- ors are taken into consideration, and I
ing at a velocity some 125 milesan The Federal Government. will contribute mately 1,000,000 acres of Evergladesland in an enterprise of this magnitude,

hour across from. thirty ,IOri" whatever balance may be neces- much of which is of inferior they are many, I believe the above MAIL,.---..ORJElEPHO'N- "'ORDERS WiLL! .,RECEIVE PROMPT...---AT-...__.
miles of open, shal '>water, literally saT>"J estimated to be not less than value or poorly located. They are figures will show that every effprtUs- -
picked a c pushed the water of $7,01)0)000.) At. this time it Is hoped called upon from :year to year to pay being mada-Uq oporate''aT'tlie' maximum -,
- the lake toward and on to the down- that actual work upon' the improvements the current taxes levied against those ,capacity, to the end oi course TOMORROW.

wind shore. In "\ period of minutesthe .[ : in qiT&attou, will be undertaken lands. Tinker the policy J a. oicTSr That: the crop of cane he as completely t. -

elevation of the water along the by the Federal",Government within adopted by our. stat ./, ue i derive the I harvested as possible before the

downwind shore was raised from nine I the next few mom funds with whJcnto. pay such taxes end of the grinding season." J
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