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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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.. DAMAGES CROPSIN CREDITORS\ TO, HOLD gate. Cane., Ground CLEffISTON,, Total :-.tf MILL,, Sugar. ,:7.,11.. Mad. To .'.:.'. Bags.. HOLD EVERGLADES FULL SWING


EVERGLADES MEETING. N. Y'. ,. "r,. :Today To Date," .-Baps" ,Made. r,' 6464 Date Bags .;.,. 'Shipped '-I FAIR IN. APRIL ON .OPENING DAY

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Continued colcTweather and a heavy, A meeting ,is being held in ,NewYork : 'arch -Rained-Mill did, not operate. ,.; : j Y': : :
; frost on Wednesday- night damagedthe next week between. the credit- ; ,..... ,,;! ; .'- ... = .1;>Decision to sponsor an 'All-Ever: least spark of busines's Judgment:
3-Rnlned-l\Ull cUd not operatl\le .;; ; glades Fair > the least ambition to better yourself
'the Post
March by HverElad.es
the Southern .
bean crop In t this section at least tors and stockholders 'of \,-, ,
.. 20, American at' BeleGadq financially and add to your personal
-t'e.', Np. Legion
: 25. per cent according to information Sugar Company to reorganization: March 4-Rained-Mill did not operate ; .. : | 'h
: ;. ., from 1st to 5 h decided income, get in your name. Show a
furnished the News Thursday morn of the.Company.. ........... f tY'-,;.. April \ was
ing. B. G. Dahlberg, President of. the Weight per bag_ of 'sugar, 320 pounds.. .:. -:: ,. .:......+,1:: on at a special\ meeting M\ Qnr ay little action and make 'real' money. v
during your spare time.
Heavy rains fell in Clewiston Sunday Sugar Company 'will, attend the meet j Commander

: and Monday which were followed ing. Roy .D. Stubbs, :who is Masterin IN BACKSALARIES appointed: commlttqe; You: have the ability. You can do

.I by the frost on Wednesday night. Chancery for the Court in the Re 'MILL SHUT DOWN $40,000 Y. Creech, chairman Joe Frledheim, it. It is,, a mental condition. YOU who

j I ceivership loft for New York yester- K. C. Alston, D. J. Pattee and, Joo have been howling calamity-what
Considerable acreage had been planted ,

:/ In beans after the last frost and ady to report to .the court_ the out- SINCE SUNDAY DUE .IS PAID Cherry-to have charge of arrange are you doing to bring about' prosperity .
I : ments. They employed Guy Stovall as to help yourself? Are you con-
section .
many farmers in this were'gathering come of the meeting.The
I I' "I this will EMPLOYEES Director Mr. stovall was Director of tent to'six.idly by and cry About not
beans to be shipped this' outcome of meeting TO HEAVY RAINS TO
the East Beach Bean Festival that being able,,,4o buy the things, you
with interest in Clewls-
week. The bean market has been good be watched .
'I : '1;> -, ._ was held .at Pahokpq last spring. want. ?. Apparently there. are. a lot 'o[
during the past three weeks and ton and during the next few weeks

: i beans were, quoted at 4.00 to ?6iOO: local. people will- ,be'..--.anxious' know. Resumed 'On Receivers ,:Are Meeting T action was; taken on information folks just sleeping. They have been
t 4. sympathizing with
:1 Operations themselves so long
that
"j in New York.. just what plans were accepted, by the a county fair will not be 1 i

,; Several large tracts of beans that creditors, and stockIu lders., f <,.j$ .. Thursday\ Morning Their Weekly Payroll hold at West Palm Beach and that that they it knocks.can't1 Here hear Is opportunitywhen 2000 waiting
s
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the Bean Festival at Pahokee had
I were planted between the highwajr According to'Mr.., Dahlberg ,every O'Clock. Ariel Current Bills.
r: At Six ; for men and women married or
i and the, lake escaped the frost.'Sem: : '\ 'creditor wouil]l be. paid In' full/' 'There: \ ,>;v, .. '{ '----- beencalled off. Opinion was expressedthat
: : single, to take as a gift without
% ; the ought not to one
; has been several regarding ?' : season pass
theIr rumors
I'l nole Farms kept pumpsgoing. .
reorganization defi- The' sugar mill,.has been shut down All. )5'.employees..- of''theSouthern.. SugarCompa'riy'were *- without some exhibit of the Ever cent- of expense. What are you goingto
but
: accord he nothing
from two until six o'clock/and :
due to the continuedrain. ; ;: paid their back do about it? What you afraid you
since
Sunday glades to the tourists .and the residents
'ws'" Ived'-their: lite/has been announced. It is under ,
ins to information :
One of the heaviest rains to be salaries:.iri Wednesday, accordingto of other parts of the state. haven't the time? What is your time
damaged 'stood that kind of bond issue i-I
crop was not* *. : some ;
; Receiver
P. G, .Bishop: for the Sugar worth afraid
recorded this year. fell in this section They"'have made arrangements nr.warre you youhaven't
creditors
i If the ftean.Jcrpp ..aroundPahokee,:, will be offered the larger '
: ; anil' Company tire payroll amounted to the friends? Or is it chronic
Sunday Monday.
plenty of amusements including a
w'hile creditors
and Canal Pour t: was damaged as all small will be paidin
considerable_ :more than $40,000., senereal farm exhibit flower show, sieeplng'si kness' With conditions as
much as the crops in this section full. The cane harvesters were unableto This
has been due the em .
with
money cane they are so many really cry/jg f
those who managed to pull their Mr Dahlberg, has associated with operate on the wet muck lands and sugar display, automobile show
I. ?s'sInce tho Company. was and looking ,for an opportunity ;to
and
I', crops through this cold should realize him In the reorganization, the Sugar the negro laborers could not work in placed :inthe hands of ;Receivers by carnival. baby, show make money or to add to their: income ,
a good price on beans. Company some of the greatest financial rain. could be f" The eight passenger Goodyear
the Cane carts not
I cb'urT Since' the
the the Receivership -why don't live .wires _
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; Blimp Defender will be here for the more en- ..
in the country... It is understood y
thecounty
Felda and the southern end. of r men
hauled over the fields therefore it..
employees have been paid in full on ter this campaign and carryon fo..t. _
that the rains last ,that they. also favor the : five days of the fair. ?
reported was to close the mill down *
.. necessary the. ,-'first and fifteenth of each win That is the question WHY? i ? ,.
E. Carlton Ruth
: week the bean and tomato above plan. Whatever Is done B. G. GovernorDoyle ,
damaged 'until I the' weather moderated.The '
month. The fact that all back salaries '.For 'YouDon't
about eighty cent. If this 'Dahlberg, .will use all of his effort ". Bryan Owens Senator: Trammell and Prosperity
crops per
,. have been paid and the jComapny is kid yourself with, the idea
operations Thursday Fletcher ;
mill resume Senator have. been invited
is true farjners who plant tomatoes to jeecp'this a going industry and see '
at six o'clock after being able. to meet Its) regular payrolls and to attend the fair and'make and address that you are too big to help yourself.
and beans during the next week that every creditor receives his pay morning -" . .. '
tba'tf.be'sugar{
/ four bills when. due. 'proves "' I The world will respect you if you
1 idle since Sunday. With days during''th week.
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s ould' find ,a good market for early i n full. ; paying I '
business is and can be made .prosper. You'll find little's'ympathy
the'next *
spring vegetables The Southern, Sugar Company Is lost time this, week reportof Wednesday. will be opening day;
; profitable if operated on an .economical ? I. if you haven't the nerve to fight' out .
T ,the largest'Yirigje} ] Industry In the the mill ,operations will be cut con Thursday will }be; ,an All-Everglades .
slderably. This kind of weather isvery basis. The only revenue that is and old timers '"flay Friday will be your own salvation. "<
state of Florida. During the. next five ; ;
BENEFIT PLAY TO seldom 'in coming{ Into the hands of. the Receivers Lake Worth : Coast Opportunity Is knocking. Will you
:years it, will,'bring more outside, money Florida at this season and- Lower, East
time from the it ?
at the
present is grasp now .
into the state than any-" "other in- of. the year. The fact that the fields :Day; Saturday will be Palm TJeach

BE GIVEN BY LOCALSCHOOLFAGULTC 'dustry. During the. month of Januaryand were too wet .operations and the sale :of 'sugar. and West Palm Beach! Day; Sundaywill What can you do with money? Can
All that manufactured at find honest for .
Is not
:: mill sugar you any excuse
I up untill .the1 fifteenth of Febru.! was not running full time will be All-Florida pay' vitlt a sing-

r ary.; 'fifteen .million! pounds. of sugar cut this. ;week's payroll, considerably.. the) "Clewiston:-] factory, is shipped to lag convention and an address by helping ,yourself, ? '
.Savannah] Georgia,, and according to CUp ,the. entry blank Irr this ,
: .Mrs. : jpaper
=had'.been ,manufactuced bhthC4.Clew:.: i ciwing trlfnil1 : ,.' r y"i ig.ft'r e .T, h a: l raPort 1 a our 1ll iurprmation-75- cent,. of:the. --:- ..6"*< *->r .-,, :. ;whlch.-'giyes.you., .5000crediisl. .( : Come. ._? -,
Approximately -
istori 'factory. 200,000
recorded at the. various! stations qf price of' raw sugar is drawn as soon to The News Campaign office and
of> had been to The'vegetable movement will be at
tons cane ground up ,
Will Be Used Pf the Sugar Company is reported:: as the cars are loaded at the local learn all about it, get a.' working outfit -.
Money 0Build" March first. The fact that sugar can Its height by April 1st 'and there will
Benbow .73, Liberty Point .66, .Clew factory. After the grinding season a then go to it. YOUCAN WIN..
. In TheAuditorium. be produced in the Everglades has be a heavy movement. ,winter vegetables .
Stage iston .81. South Sugarland .90, Bare neat sum of money will be drawn by northern marketsby Turn your spare time into the merry I
moving to
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been established and sooner or later
Beach .81, Miami Locks .83 and South the Receivers from the refinery that pastime of making money.
Clewitson will become the Sugar J March. 15th and will continue' until -
Bay 1.10. Thursday tbe weather has accumulated since the starting of Method 'Means' Free Subscription
Bowl of Amerjcai.COUNTY the season closes around May 25.
The schoolteachers under the di- moderated considerably and a heavy the mill at Clewiston.,, The Belle Glade road is just completed Subscribers will get this paper

rection of Mrs. J. 'E., Beardsley, principal frost covered the Everglades sectionon ; tolls removed, from Connors. free under; unique' plan of big 'c1rcu-

will give a play at the school MAY BE Wednesday night. This frost did Roy D. Stiibbs Elected Highway and the completion of the lation. Public amazed at generous ,,'joffer.
not damage the cane but killed all Prizes '
more numerous than ac- 4tlve },-.,
auditorium 20th'and 21st.
April
on ClewIstpn-LaBelle road, gives Belle

All of the cast will be played by the CLOSED DURING the young vegetables. County'.' Attorney: ByCommissioners' Glade first class roads in overy di workers. More urged to enter.
Recognize pulling in redeemIng
power
local teachers and the money doiiat-; rection.

ed to the school to be used for the Ben Herr Is Elected The American Legion expects to trade coupon. All are invited to

HUNTING SEASON participate. In this issue of the News .
construction of'a In the audi-
stage mako this the largest vegetable display -
Stubbs elected ,
Roy D. was attorney
Executive Secretary merchantswho
torium. : :in there 'appears a list of
shown South Florida.
ever
for the Board of Commissioners -
:;, The local school has :a large audi- Flood Control BoardBen County have agreed to accept trade' coupons -
,of Hendry county at their ,
issued to at five
subscribers
torium which has Commissioners Are To :
never been com-
regular meeting_ JasTteS5J'ay.( MrStub.b .. .: .
teachers C. P. BEPOW IS cent discount on' each. dollar-- -purchased '.
The have
pleted. already
Advertise Herr was electel executive secretary
Notice For ? is attorney, or ,the board. In or more on*:the safe basis.-as- ,. f,' .
started working cn the play and from of the Flood'.Control Board, to .
Lee county, and is also Master. in : cash. It 'JLs ,tp; be noted that several "
all Information we have been able to Closing County.At succeed Senator A. W. Young at the t 1 SUCCESSFUL 'SUIT .
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Chancery for the court Jn the Receivership lines of business". involving; the" necessities -' -' :L ,
It will be .
receive grand
a success.
meeting of the Board in West Palm
of the Southern Sugar
The teachers taking part in tho the regular meeting of the ,County Beach. Mr. Herr has been in active of life are represented: ,
. Company.Mr. JO REC.OYE LAND among those listed, making it possible
i) play are Mrs. J. 5. Beardsley. Misses Commissioners last Tuesday it was charge of the affairs, of ,the board ,for. Stubbs Walter W.: '
succeeds r
. ,| Ola Petteway. Sara Greene 'Jamie decided to advertise a notice of a bill some time and is well qualified, to:. ,for every subscriber to get the .- .
Preston who resigned : the ;Jfir.st of!
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pu News free -
through the use of .the
Williams. Mr. Smedly and Mrs. Neil that will be introduced in the next fill that responsible position.Mr. : ..
'February. Ji.is'rir: t speech.1' ;before O. C. Benbow,Given The trade coupons, as 'every one Is given
Stewart. The name of the play will legislature asking the State game department Herr has secured .
the ,
necessary: '
; board Mr. Subbs he: --
the stated, that : :
be Irish Rose.COMMANDER. to close during a coupon book free in the amount .
Hendry county ;
I right of way for the government, : to was not seeking the position over anyattorney : Right{ To 5ue Fpr paid for the paper. This is 'one of the

the hunting season for a periodof deposit the fill taken Jrom the canal in the 'COU1..ty. That if the '.'.
five ; Improvements..C. most impor apt. features of the ev .

, '4 OWEN years. connecting Lake Okeechobee with the board intended to' go out of the county erybody profits $2000! circulation cam- _
: After much discussion the bill
was Caloosahatchee >
river.
Actual construction to hire an attorney: he would like D. "Benh'ow was given Incontes paign. The club 'members profit because ;

: jF CALLS MEETING OF ordered advertised and will be drawnup work lias already begun 'in the, to have the position. The hoard made, tible -ownership ,to 1,000) acres of land the coupon :makes It very easy
later for the
: presentment during river. A drelga is working near ,Fort R wise selection in choosing Mr. '
subscribers
j next legislature. : ..loctaed inn Glares county hy Circuit to secure .subscri ers. The "
Denaud and another at Fort Myers. Stubby and we congratulate them on :Judge George: W. W-hitehurst. A suit profit because they get the priceof

..1 LEGION FOR TUES. There are many people in Hendry Mr. Herr will cont/hue to have his. their selection. Np other ..application'was brought By '0. C Benbow. a relative,r the subscription refunded through -
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j county who make a fair living huntingand offices in West, Palm Beach. ,
received for the position. to establish part ownership: in .the the use of the trade coupons. The .
: trapping during the and
:1i year
tract. After several hearings before merchant profits because It increaseshis
i Watanabe Hotel To Be they will be deprived of this living if volume of business. The News
'j the court the abo.v.o decision was
.' Scene Of tbe bill passes the House and Senate. RELATIONS OF .STATE AND EVERGLADS made by Judge Whitehurst. profits because the circulation is
Meeting
: The other side of the question ,must
The land! in question! i !is under lease greater making it more valuable ,as ,
; At 7:45 P. M. also be presented as the wild gamein : an advertising medium. Gives an -'
DRAINAGE TOWARD to the -Sugar Company and is plant opportunity
FLOOD CONTROL
Hendry county is being killed out
I, ed in sugar cane. It is known as the to render a greater public .
1, W. C. Owen, Commander of the lo by hunters from other counties in Benbow station of the ugarcompa: service to this town and vicinity. .'

cal Post of the American the state. .
Legion issued -- This circulation drive starts
great
ny. Judge Whltehurst' gave (). C. .en-
a call meeting of the Post for We understand that Lee and Collier Continued from Last Week uing acrpss the state roughly just bow the _right to start another suit to tomorrow. There should be a large

;r March 10th at the Watanabe hotel. counties are expecting to have The Florida State Legislature .north of Lake Okeechobee excepting, claim any sums that might have been, number of entrants as there Is a I J

The local post of the legion is considered their counties closed for an indefl- which convened in, April, 1929, .recognized that part of Monroe .County not on spent for any improvements that have prize for every participant. The bestp.rjlzes

one of the most active posts nate period and If this is done and that the development and rec the main land of the state. 'The been made. This legal action has jepreeejit real money and

in the'state. It was organized from an Hendry county is left open to all lamation of the Everglades area involved .coastal cities of Miami Miami Beach been watched with interest in Hen should be big enough to Interest any

: early association In Clewiston known hunters It will not be long before we essential problems of flood Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, West 4
,dry county due to the fact that Mr.. one who la awoke to opportunity.
as the Veterans club.F. will be without game of any descrip control and navigation more or less II Palm 'Beach, 'Fort Myers, etc., are all .Benbow is well known here and is': In providing tb'Js liberal prize list

; Deane Duff has served as its tlon. independent of the problems ',0J: ,included within the :Flood Control; employed by the Sugar Company It'; it was $0 arranged that every active'

j commander since the .organization It might be a heifer plan for the drainage. By act designated as Chap District and %are subject to taxes lev- is understood that the Sugar Company :! worker Is guaranteed that the very

: was first Installed in Clew, ton. He county to ask ,the state 'to make the ter 13711, Acts!: of 9,29, it created ied by the Act for the purpose of'' the has the land under contract and': least therycan getjls 20 cents on every

retired early this,year and W. C.Owen entire county a .breeding ground and Okeechobee Flood 'Control District, a 'District. Such taxes are levied on may purchase the land for $200 per dollar I In subscriptions they may se

! was elected to succeed him. the burden of keeping the law en- political subdivision pf &the State, with both an ad valorem and an acreage acre. j J i cur, -There js to |tie> no losers. Do not

I ) : One of the most important duties forced will be left up to the state. authority over And with responsibility basis. The .total amount of taxes Arthur Jordan .And :Jlalph: jRJchards!I stand Back) expecting every one elao

\oL the 'LegIon at the present time. Is (Continued on Page 3)) for providing thoworks and 'improvements levied 'for the year 1929 was 555767.' of <31earwater. ';e. 'eseJlted ). r. .O. C. to get all fOre subscriptions but. get
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he filing of applications for the 50 necessary to the solution The ,levies for JJ.30) .and .1931 are ,substantially -!, :Benbow. j I' !in yourself today and start the ball .

: ; I percent increase .in government loana LAKE LEVEL of the problems of flood control and the same amount. THE WEATHER rolling in_ a ::real; -.way. "

j to .Bx-servlce men. J E. .Beardsley is I navigation ''in the Callosahatchep: River The Flood Control .District is administered .- The News. /campaign? is big enough '

handling this "for the ''local post and 6 A. M. 6 P. M Lake Okeechobee and ,Everglades I .: \ '. .
by a Board cl ten 'Comflssioners ; Gate .Max. ,Win. Rainfall' io jlntej Kt big Folks In this county.It

\, ; has sufficient applications to take Feb. 25 ........................ 16.5 16:5 areas. Matters of drainage develop consisting -of five State Feb. 23 .............. 73 40 offers you';'an opportunity to make

care of all members of the local post. Feb" SB) .................. .... 16.4 16.4 ment refaln I In .
r generally) Everglades Officials, .including the Governor js, 'Feb. 24 .............. '74 $8 :: more In the next few week than lots

This work is Just part pf the rprogam -.Fe ti. :?7 ........................ 16.5 16.5 Drainage District. Chairman the Attorney-Genera, -the Feb. 25 .............. 74 :452 ,B5. of people\ make Inl'a\-ear-- .m rB

cared for "by:She .post for .ex';ser_vice Feb. '8 ........................ 16,5 16.5 Okeechobee "
., Flood Control .pi.s rJct Comptroller 3pmmls8ion. -ot,, & Feb. 26 ................ 5' 35 than some save in years. It offers

men. March 1 .......:............. 16.8 16.7 includes within$ its boundaries all ,of. rlculture and the State Treasures; F h. 27- ......... .... 8'I I vmi' on opportunity of the jiewest up-

Every wan In, Clfcwiaton. that isCaMlnued March."'2 ....................... '16.6 16.6; the state lying south of the oundiiry: i anJT also of'five land .owners and rosiContinuedon Feb. 2S ..:. ....... ,-75 J50 ; todB1p.omot. ; f' car. and. provides, a

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-: RACE WILL ,BE ,JUST THIRTY SHORT to the "Salesmanship Club" manager, care this newspaper. 1]

'_ AND SNAPPY WORKING PAYS be no small honor to be the nothing to enter, and all it takes to win one of the biggest ':


'..\ ,. A desire to own one 0 f these prizes plus 1 a little I first. and only person in Hen little weD-directed!} energy. This is .not a popularity voting co&jfstRISKSMO

hustle and determination is all l that is necessary dry county to win a new car. NO I LOS RS--NO REGRETS.

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.: pany of West Palm Beach and will be on display for your Duval Jewelry Company will l trade you any other watch ?

p inspection, at the News office and the Duval Jewelryj'Cor r it: the store at the same value..4 '.[ <

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The object of this salesmanship club and prize campaign is twofold; primarily to Increase the evor-growlntr Bnbjdrlptlon lilt
of thus nowa > to collect In advano subscription payments from. present or old subscriber and at the cam time afford our ,
,"" friends and readers an unparalleled opportunity to profit and In. big way through their ipari time during the next low week .
; ft la the plan that Worki both ways and to the ultimate good of all concerned. S

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-0 HOW TO ENTER WHAT TO DO CHOICE OF CHEVROLET 6-CYLINDER, 2 .t -

0 S .,. 'I-SEND:: IN THE ENTRY BLANK: It counts for 8,<)00) credits t-Clip tho 100 FRfiH COUPdN Collect all of theu :you .
... t.a and get your friends. to Ian them for you. Each coupon counts for 100 credits; 8-USE THE RECEIPT BOOK-As soon as b 'DOOR SEDAN OR COUPE FULLY
no receive your entry we will send you a receipt b Jolt so you may take subscriptions. Every paid in advance subscription! counts for i
credits according to the schedule CLIP SUBSCRlPTIONOQUPON-This coupon accompanied, with any" subscription payments for .
one year or more to this newspaper counts for 10,000 EXTRA credit in addition to the usual number YOV do not havo to be a Co .
subscriber to this newspaper to compete} (-SEE YOUR FRIENDS-G t your friends and acquatntanaei to subscribe. Also organize ; EQUIPPED. VALUE$680 CASH.
.:. ; them so they will .bt yon to get subscriptions from their friends i 6-USE THE TELEPHONE-Call up everybody youknow. ;;!
Tell'\hem you are in the campaign and ask for their support t-Once IN. STAY IN-Don't get discouraged or let ,
try to discourage you. Someone will win the big car. Why not you t B-GET COMPLETE INFORMATION, write 2r pone
__ the campaign manager at the "Salesmanship Club" offices. care of this. newspaper. r
The. 2-Door. Sedan Cr Coupe fully equippeclj l; I

HERE'S HOW TO SUCCEEDt including 3 \VireVheels, Extra Tire, Tube and r c4 E
credits to win and credits secured follows First, by clipping' tho 111 this
| takes are as : coupons appearing Jacb. issue of '
newspaper. Begin gathering them now while they are worth 100 credits each. After next week these credits will be reduced toGO I Cover ; 1 Noted for its ,Economical Transportation Third prize)
credits and the following) to only 2'5 credits and after that thoy will be. discontinued entirely. The only restriction placed
upon using these coupons is that they be deposited at the campaign department on or before tho expiration of tie date appearingthereon. .. ; Product of General! Motors m
Get all you can and get your friends to save thorn for you too-they are FREE. Corporation ; & TRIG ,RadijL1V711
Another and faster way to get credits is by securing new and renewal subscriptions to.this newspaper and 'for ad cards. m
For each subscription turned in a certain number, of credits are issued the number varying according to the amount collected Highly improved over all previous models ; Up- j dio. This
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during the "period" same is received at the campaign department. So you eee the more credits you get the better your chances nro '
to capture tho grand capital prize. holstered in Velour richly finished ; in fact, the p your home

last word in Beauty and Comfort.' A Superb | of the

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c.::::FRIDAY:=:c '" -MARCH' .__.._6,,__1931_____. CLEWISTON. NEWS. CLEWiSTvN, FLORIDA ,' .PA... .r -,,..:szrrl
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wonderful array _of cash prizes run ,LABI'LL-E"
y =; : I '' E'\xr ;; A. r... Taylor an J. W. Christie mo-
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I, l' !' ,.,; ) I tovf>ti to Tampa today on business.Mr. .
t | Spare Time Proposition ,
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; I Mrs. I,. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 1! Your spare time these next few ... MRS. LEMUEL HOWArBA '; . Donald
Delaney and son Scottie mo
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I I - -- -- -=_-- toicd to Imokalee Sunday. ,
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i .:Mr.: and :Mrs.: C. W. McDonald nntl iston Sunday of last week on an ,Inspection ; steal\ ( shower was given Mrs. Edward Helen Stallings, Florence Hampton, Miss Edith Mann -who teaches at
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1 really .is a spare time offer. ThoI
o I' children motored to West Palm Beach tour of the sugar mill They ., \ could not expect enough people Townsend Thursday afternoon, 'I Eloise Turner, Ida and Mary Forrey. Winter Haven ,spent the weekend.1
Friday : ,were guests of Dr. Ezelle while hm'e.I I February 26, by :Mrs Charlie Yoe- Marie Padgett, Harold Stallings, Cyrus with her parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
I who have nothing to do to put
I mans and :Mrs.: Lindsey Stallings at''! Magill.
Barnes
DonalQ Hampton, Poe
/ I j this over, as it is busy folks who do !
i: I W. L. Weatheiinston of Moore Haven Col. and. Mis. II. IZ House and chil- things and industrious people are the homo of her mother, Mrs. J. P. : Rislcy, Roger Miller, Gardner : Hand Mrs. Bob Lowe and children of

f; ,: was a business visitor to Clewis- drew, Ileischel and Jack, or Sarasota I. Hull of Felda, Delicious refreshments '! and James Hampton. Bare Beach are the guests of Mrs.
i. most always busy. The few that have I t
ton Tuesday.. were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. signified their desire to participate : of cake and punch were served. Mrs. j Mrs. Lemuel Howard and baby. Lula "VVelcher for the week.,
J Claude 'A. G. Carr was winner of first prize Mrs. R. R Small who has
Downs. I have not yet accomplished anything. : I Carolyn of LaBelle were the guestsof been confined
t F 1. Vesta Allen returned Monday ,, In a drawing contest of drawing the Mrs. S. B. to her home for several 1 day,
I.iss. ,..,', ..'. I I Now is the time to get in and go to Cochran of Moore Haven
.1 1 of. last week from Moultrie. ; Ga., Douglas PUI'yeaitrom: Dalton, Ga., taking up subscriptions among !'most perfect; stork! and Mrs. Pearl Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. by the flu is able to be up again.

I! where she has been in school. is spending_ the \'eek"with his sister friends and acquaintances. Get subscriptions Curry second prize. The following and Mrs. Lewis Deese of Scars 'Mrs. C. C. Cook and son,' Allen motored

,i'r I ," :: Mrs., Claude Downs.Major I which get credits, and win I were present: Mesdames Edward spent Sunday afternoon in LaBelle to Miami Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richman motored the prize of your choice. i Townsend. J. P. Hull A. G. Carr. with Mrs. Lindsey Stallings. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Yates 'of Tas-

i I j ., to West Palm Beach Sunday; to Wilson the local golf pro Answer These Questions Fred Iuna\\av. Kicklighter, Henry The ,Missionary Society met with I mania spent Friday In LaBelle with

I j attend the theater. spent .the week.end.in.. .. West Palm How many evenings are you willing !I Fortson, Jessie Thomas, Marivin and Mrs. Irving Philips in' Immol-caloe their daughter Mrs. W. P. Andrews.

i: Beach with his wife. to sacrifice? How much effort II Emory Taylor and Williams of Fel 'Thursday at an all day meeting. I Leland Crews. Miss Mildred' Rhodes

I. --- 'I I during spare moments are you willing da. Mrs. Clarence Hughs of :Miami.: L. A. Morgan was in LaBolle Tues;. and Miss Ann Presnell motored to
Clewiston .Those from LaBelle Mesdames Fort
1' Myers
f. Captain n11'8.: .' F. Deane Duff to make? How sincere are you : day on business. Sunday afternoon.

I ; were visitors to West Palm Beach in your desire to get ahead in life? V. Davis, Linclsey Stallings. W. P. Mrs. Drew Hampton who has been I Raymond Hendry of Fort M 'eT-

j > ,! Clarence :Mayo: of Pahokee was a over the we k-end. ./ Answer these questions HONESTLY, Andrews, Charlie Yocmans, Gus confined to her bed for the past two visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ge

lIlT.:' week-end visitor to Clewiston lastweek. and you will KNOW how much you I Padgett, Wade Hampton, R. N. Mil weeks is slowly recovering. ls'l I Hendry. Sunday. -

.\': F. L. Dunaway of Felda and L. U. can make in The News $2000 Free 'ler. J. H. Booth, 'Pearl Curry, Theodore Hampton will go to a hospital for an Harold Magill of Moore Have
I ':' '. ---- Yoemans and Lemuel Howard.A operation in spent Sunday in LaBelle with h._
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, : ,: : Gravely of LaBelle were in Clewiston Gift Distribution. a few days.J.
:, ." Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker attended Monday-on .business.! There is a Chevrolet six valued at basket ball game with LaBelle G. Martin spent Tuesday and I mother. Mrs. John Magill. .

_::, the theater in West Palm Beach $770 and hundreds of dollars in gold and Punta Gorda was playel Friday Wednesday in Clewiston on business. Tommie O'Neal of Washington, U.

:;' Wednesday. .. I Mr. R. A. Shaw motored from West ,i and, silver. You can earn $26 per day night at LaBelle High school. LaBellewon Funeral services for Mr?. GeorgiaA. C., visiting Mrs. B. L. Dulaney: fora

K) sr --- Palm Beach Saturday ,to" spend the I for the next 30 'days. "Everybody I a.score of 21 to 10. Both. were Carson. 85 years old Lee county few days..

I' ) Mrs. Chenett and Mrs. Scott of Savannah I f[ week-end with his wife here. II! Profits" is the slogan for this effort. I town teams. fMrs. pioneer; who dier,'early Sunday morning Dick Livingston and Leland Crews
." _____ active worker I N. ,A. Vola and son; Ralph. in the Lee motored to Fort Myers .
.-i Ga., were guests of Mrs. ,Joe _I i' The lowest an can Memorial_ hospital, :Monday.
Gravenberg last week._ Mr and Mrs. Riley motored to La I, make is 20 per cent cash commission. will return to their hone In Knox- I I were held Tuesday at 10:30:: A1.:: in E.' E. Goodno and D.-W.' Small motored

--- ." Belle Tuesday on business. I, You positively can't lose. ';I vHle, Tenn.. ,Saturday.:: Mrs. Vola has r the ,First Methodist church. The Rev. to Fort Myers Friday. for the

" :: 1! Mrs. J==. ,L Ste\\'artand! :Mrs Gus | I Use Your Head i, boen<)ito the two guest of Mrs.. A. L. Taylor G. S. Roberts conducted the ceremo- day.

.' : McGhee spent Wednesday .in Palm I E. E. Kelly and Louis Morgan attended Use your head as well as your feet. past monjths.Mri. ny. Pallbearers. were Edgar Bl mnt. J. II. Jones of Tampa was .a busi-
; Beach. ,' county commissioners meeting Consider this as you would any business I : Prank! Doughrety; and daughter. Nate Blount, James E. Hendry. C. L. ness visitor in LaBelle Monday,

". y. j ------ in LaBelle Tuesday. I II pioposilion. Enter, outline 'your Ii Frances. are spending this" weekn "" Starnes. Tom Evans and Capt. George Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Davis and
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: i-- E. B. Bradley of Lakeland returned I course ,of. action. then go out and'put |; Kinzie. Burial l was in the ,Fort daughter, Tevie, Paul Davidson and
I Mrs. Holmes Rich and A. -
Mrs. R. '
,:, Saturday and will make his' home at ,Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant enter- it over. You Have the ability and are in'Ii'ort Myersx cemetery. Mrs. Carson was I Roy Green. spent Sunday afternoon' mImmokalee.

1 lie Watanabee, hotel while here. tained at. a surprise dinner party.at I not too 'busy to make more in your I' Stevenson spent. Saturday born' in Fort Meade moving to Lee :

< I their home Tuesday night honoriny I. spare time these next few weeks Myers. ,' county more than 50 years ago. She I Glen Mapill of Ocala spent the
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':: Mrs' A. L. Taylor and Mrs. N.
:'" Dick and Earl White motored to Arthur Lawrence on his birthday. ;i than you make in a year At :your regular AT was, the wife of the late- Robert Carson weekend with his mother, Mrs. May

II !:;.;.,. :West Palm, Beach Satur ay. I Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Elbert I occupation. Don't hide behind the Vola spent the week-end in Tampa .former Methodist preacher, and Magill of LaBelle. I*

I If ( Stewart, :Mrs. Carl Berner, Mr. and ,'screen of not time enough. too busy I shopping : great; aunt of'Gov. Doyle E. Carlton. I Mr. and :Mrs. Lou Jacobs of Tampa

: :I'J.. K. Mowery spent several days ,of Mrs. John Myers, Mr.\ and Mrs.. H. with my little job to make $770 in, James Hampton celebrated his, She is survived by nine children, 1 spent the past .week-end with

f:: .: last week in Miami and West Palm A. Land, Miss Roberta George. Miss ( spare time! Men and Women who tenth birthday Friday afternoon at a Sam Carson of LaBelle, Kennedy 1 friends in LaBelle.
I lovely party given by his aunt, Mrs.
: Beach on business. I Ula Jacobson, Miss Marcia MAvant, t-v are infinitely better than those l Carson of Fort: Myers, Marvin ,and I. .Mrs. Coriue Forrey: .and. daughters! ,
Liudsey Stallings at her Ten
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j I Leon Collins,_ Bill Pires Halson I who are satisfied with their weekly I Adolphus Carson of Immokalee, Mrs. 1 Ida and .Mary, motored.. to Fort.' yen
: of James' little friends were his
r Roy Stubbs has, returned to Clew Avant," Joe Cato and Mr.. Pace. I pittance. Don't dry up-progress-- I J J. W. Medlock of Jacksonville, Mrs. I Wednesday. for a day of shopping? ant
guests. RefresHments of cake and,
l:" ', I, Iston after being"confined to his home ;1 advance; ,make your dreams romo r Flora Gilbert of Plant City, Mrs business.

t(. .' In Fort Myers the past two weeks Bob Hancock made, a business trip true. The campaign offers you wonderful i punch, were served the following: Walter Weekley of Atlapaigus, 'Ga., I Robert Ketring of Everglades City

'} from illness. to Sebring Wednesday. I possibilities. There is that Mrs. Sam Carlton of Plant City and a former resident of LaBelle !pent:: the

w....... ,longed for home of your own, thattart i Mrs. Florence Wilson of Tampa. The I.week-end with friends her ,
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Troy Puryear spent Wednesday in in business. the realization ot I Laurence A. Powell funeral home had i
<, Sam Woodham of Pahokee was a 1 J. O. Davidson was, a business, visitor
: : visitor to Clewiston over' the week West Palm Beach .on. business. that long dreamed dream. I charge of the Body. In Fort Myers Friday.r I
Attention Merchants i The P. T. A. will hold their
end. regular Billy Hough ot Fort Myers:: ,visited
.... ,.f, J' Roy; Stubbs. left. Wednesday for I ;:,.It has geen, and will be. impossible j meeting Tuesday evening :March : La Belle Monday. .
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York tb"be way for a week on
W. L. Murray of Moore Haven was r r rI
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merchant, individually in regard
fr In decision Friday on business. hits inesS. / I 4*. .s-""
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., issued to subscribers during our big I II "
Those motoring to Belle Glade Frlr. Bob Hancock] and Douglas Puryearmotored I *
I circulation drive, therefore, we are ex I <
r.( day night to attend the dance were to LaBelle, Thursday on. I Satisfy him withfc\ y ,
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invitation to mer
';,.- Miss Frances i Monroe\ Campbell Nall, business. 1 tending an i
chants that wish to participate, I II .
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; '. Dick White, Beter Nail, H. R.. Hall, !
,' to phone the News, 339. and our representative Pure Guernsey k
I' Bob Hancock, Earl White Fletcher P. ,..G. Bishop left Wednesday, for I; ,
Baker and Bob Harris. Savannah, Ga., for a short business will gladly call and explain I wti

i trip. I details. I I from the i q

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F, spent the yast week end in West Palm J. C. Riley spent Thursday in La-

.4,11.. -'. Beach.. ', '..., ,.1. Belle 'on business. PALM BAKERY -

''r..:.: Bob 'Hancock made a 'business" trip Miss Cora E. Hazen from .Porto I, ,. < :':' ."oW .. '

4,. to LaBelle Monday.- munity"churchVednesday Rico:. will give a lecture at:March the com'18 Patronize your home h ustrhes. i

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t" ,: Dr.' and Mrs. Sheetz and son and at S00; .P. M. Miss Hazen is a very '

=, daughter' and Mr. and Mrs. Henry noted lecturer and her talk,which 'will J. BRANTLEY & SON I CLEWISTON> DAIRY' COMPANY; ;'

4'- Beck Bradenton motored to Clew- be on Porto Rico will be an interesting .(i .
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,:, To half pint of water add Thursday afternoon' honoring :Mrs. SPECIAL VALUE J 1 ..,.. "F.'!It- ,", ":!,t.R'f.! ,.. .J'nJIirI'.M"R"-- .
(:( oneouncebayrnmasmallbox George Bert of New Orleans. Prizedwere -
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ounce prize,. Miss Frances Monore high -
glycerine. Any druggist OWNERS J
score for bridge and Mrs. Chenett received .,
can put this -----
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I mix it at home at very the cut prize. A salad course .
little cost. Apply to the .' : '
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I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunaway entertained CORE* STRIP

I. WILLHEIJF members of their bridge club: i A HOME AWAY FROM HOME

at thome Wednesday night. ,

Guests ,included Mr. and Ms. Dik
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: ; WB1 Eugene Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Tom TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

t'Q Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shaw, D
THEDAY Mr. and Mrs.\ W. C. Prewitt. Miss .r. ,

Jamye Williams, Miss Sara Greene,

Miss Frances Monroe, Dr. Ezelle, A. I N .
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Jamye Williams. Mrs. Eugene Powers
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.'I LAUNDRY CO. CLOSED HUNTING I II .' --S -

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t il'et: your soft-collared shirts the dressed if carried out. I. ,
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: I': up appearance. that you- like so well. hear considerable argument before: I I

f 1;, You'll notice tfie difference. PeerftctSnow tho bill is introduced and the Commissioners I a yCLEWISTON WjiANABE'.lIOTEL

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1 1I practically every piece of propertyin them and should be given "considera 1
THE CLEWISTON NEWS the county last year Everything tion in this matter. However there I I '

; possible was done to' help the tax are taxpayers in tho county and out l\
Published Friday at
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payer and make it easy for them to of the county who could pay theirtaxes ,HI c
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pay their taxes. and should pay them. We do not \ i.Anthony's.:

,I LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher Last year the Commissioners as know of a single instance where a j I .
well as the tax assessor realized that has
from
request a large taxpayer I
I Entered at the Postoffice at Clew .
the county was suffering from a financial I ,
not been met, by. those who had the
r tston, Florida as second class matter. depression. They went about I
power to meet these requests. '
reducing the expenses of the county I f -
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES A majority of the people of Hendrj ] :: PALM BEACH ,
as any well irganized business re :
One Year n...................................... $2.50 Yet the tax county are proud of their county and 1 : J
duced their expenses. '
; .. .. ............. 1.50 do not want to see the county default : '
Six Months ............... .. have failed to meet their I j "" y :

Three Months ................ ...........,... .75 county payers obligation and help the Com in any of its obligatioHs.: Those -.,'..I .,,- '-.' ,-. .'-,-,--;.'.; :/.\ '\ : _
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who own land in Hendry county but
until times become -
missioners on .
carry ,
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, ADVERTISING
ALEr
do not live in the county should feelthe '" -
i For y-five cents inch. No discount .. better.
per same way and if they will pay 6.
j $ior plates. No special position We realize "hat there are some II ,
who cannot their taxes now, and they can, the
in county
Hendry
people
i All .advertising copy ; .
guaranteed., '
the time. county will be able to meet its -
pay their taxes at present
: must be in this office on Wednesday ob.u-1
They; are not 'financially able to pay gations: when they become due. POINCIANA BREAKERS SHOPS
I before issue. of paper. -

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I Good Bye February Forward STARTS WEDNESDAY MARCH 4th AT 9:00 A. M. -
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i March. -=-- I New Dishes From Old I

I The biggest rumor in Clewiston today I II II This is the, big Ready-To-Wear selling Event of the entire><
I faintArthur
is Why did Madame Queen
--L'.... Palm Beach season. For over 30 years .this big sale has

Black. the competent advertising .'G.1'.1..n:a,..:...,.....Z 1 "" .L1. ?1:4.m:,:.......i .. ... ..,.. made friends for Anthony's. This year we are giving values -

ment store manager knows of his Hatch's"stuff"Depart when llhuir:: that will make everybody happy who_ visits this sale. ,

I i solicitors begin to worry him. Arthur This is your opportunity to buy next Summer's style mer-

claims. the black jack belongs to the chandise sale
at prices ,before Easter.
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EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN CLOTHING '
1 Governor Carlton made another "

r ,wise appointment in selecting Fred .: ,.HSPORT ( -'"
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H. Davis for the Supreme Court ; : :" < vr
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4 Bench. } ::' :''' COATS. '. >;:r: ''
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Hendry had another business +
session county of the county Commissioners I marvelous assortment of sport coats, mostly Hickey.' :'i. ._ _

on last Tuesday Tasty Ingredients Give or until done. This loaf is excellenthot
or- cold, and will keep several Freeman. Imported Gaberdines and Camel Hair. _
. Left-Over Foods days in a refrigerator. Makes an
Roy Stubbs is going to make Hen- New Flavor excellent filling for sandwiches r- u -IW"V; "" .!<'},4rJ..or'j: '-

[ dry county one of the best county attorneys Another popular dish mad of'. $65.00
' :'''' we have ever had.. Roy the left-over beef isEveryday SPORT TROUSERS

I entire county is behind you, so let's TRANSFORMING leftover: foods Chop Suey Values Now . $42.75A
family treats is
" go. 1 pound ground: .beef; 2 onions;
a culinary accomplishment of con 2 (green peppers; 1 cup water;.3 table-
siderable merit but this desirable spoons butter: 1 teaspoon salt: /. A selection of $47.50
imported .
f teaspoon 1 medium
< Hendry countis one of the several knack of utilizing the remnants of pepper; can
cooked I.
I. -. counties of the state that J easily previous by any meals housewife.The may be. acquired In a skillet spaghct with the butter, fry flannels, a variety of stripe Values Now . $27.75

has not defaulted on bonded in the chopped onions and green pep
any secret, as good hotel chefs and domestic worsted and
I per until slightly brown. Add the
l debtedness since thecounty was know, is attaining tasty combinations
ground meat and fry until the meat
l of the left-over foods with and all white. $37.75
created. Sometimes the call is close condiments browns. Add water, season with .._ patterns .

l, .but the, Commissioners. always seem which and other supply appetizer the needed ingredients salt and pepper,and ,simmer for 10 Values Now . $2I.75
minutes. Add the spaghetti allow
to find to draw ; -
d a reserve on. zestfulness and make the dish taste .
$12.50 $15.00
to boil, and s ive. ,
new and lively instead of second
A third delicious dish made from
\ Every taxpayer in the county should hand and flat.Leftover leftover meat is:' ,- Values Now . $7.75
roast beef makes a J
/ put his dollars. "To the Tax Collect. delicious meat loaf, prepared as Corned Beef Hash Puffs >> 4 '
, or" .and help keep the county on the I follows: 2 eggs: 2 cups corned beef bash;
I 1/3 cup catsup: */4 cup water; 2 I table- $16.50 and $18.50 t
ry'
forward march. Every little bit helps. Savory Meat Loaf spoons chopped dill pickles; ,parsley.

Some) can pay and some .can't, those I 2 pounds ground beet; 1 can tomato Add well beaten egg yolks to hash Values Now II 7CJ I
soup; 2 cups cracker crumbs; 1 teaspoon and mix thoroughly. Fold in stiffly 4>Jil.
who can should pay'and by doing so salt \\ >,4 ,
I ; teaspoon pepper; 'beaten egg whites and drop! hash >
will! help those who can t. teaspoon poultry dressing; 1 tablespoon mixture by spoonfuls onto buttered -
minced onion; 1 cup sweet $22.50 25.00
I pickles, thinly sliced. baking sheet. Place under broiler ,

And how,' these gills are turning in I Combine meat, soup, cracker and brown. 'Combine catsup,. water Values Now . 40 "
crumbs, and seasonings. Mix thoroughly and chopped pickles, and heat to .. : $15.75 _
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subscriptions to The News. .'
Fold in pickles. Press into make a sauce. Garnish,,with parsleyand j
*, c greased loaf tin.and. bake'in mod- serve immediately'with' the hot

Winning an automobile In six: erate oven ((325 d.) for one hour sauce. $27.50, $30.00

weeks is pretty good pay. That bed .
,, Values' Now) . 75 :. ; '
.11 jia *uil. and diamond) ruts' : Js w rih $19. ..

\vriking !tCl' anY clay. ,
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1":1" '- Many a girl has-worked a year to .SHOES : '

i=t get a diamond ring, the News is going SHOES ; "

.i5i to give someone one in six weeks. -, ., '
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It's a beauty, see it at Duvals Jewelry \ : FOR WOMEN '
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eighty per cent of the county taxes :' ; $9.85
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county. These taxpayers can fail to .. .. 'j" F orshelm' -.
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pay their taxes one :year and the . ".. $9.85
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.- county funds will shrink about eighty < ,
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per cent. (1 $8.85 One Lot $6.8Sd ,
106 PIECES OF THE SEASON'S Specials I
During the past years these large t r ____________
land Companies have been reached SMARTEST BEST QUALITY SILKS INCLUDING
through the Tax Assessor's office MEN'S SUITS BY HICKEYFREEMANA

and Hurd L. Reeves, Tax Assessor, I MALLINSON'S. AND. CHENY

has used his influence as 'Tax Assessor I SILKS 'I r rI splendid assortment of three and four piece suits tailored J

-'. in getting the tax money into the
i by Hickey-Freeman. All the newest
are Spring
county lerasure. But, for some Unknown "' patterns ,
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reason these large companieshave : I and styles. Materials' are Flannels, Llama Hair and, .
failed to pay their 1930 taxes.
i iI Worsted fabrics.
As stated above eighty per cent or : : i

thereabout of the county's revenue is ; '.. I ,
cut off. i I $75.00 and up now . . . . . $57.75

During the month of October of 95; ; I

each year the county commissionersmake I ; r $58.50 and up now . . . . . $47.75
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their budget for the coming ..;.;:... -a..; 1 ..,.::.'> -rJ.. "' .: ..........L J -C lilli ITiTl
year. This budget is based on the

amount of taxes collected during the YARD '.' .1.1I ENTIRE SrOCK OF FINE STAWSSENNITTS

past years and is co made that approximately
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the same revenue is ex -.
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pected each :year. If the tax money t LEGHORNS PANAMAS ,

fails to come in as is presumed by .;.. FORMERLY.: $3.50 $3.95. $4.50 ,- '. IJI 1 '
$25.00 $15.75
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,the Commissioners the revenue of the '. f $1000 -_ $6.75 ... 75.00 $39.7-
county is reduced in the amount-of the fI 11I $20.00'. ; $18.50 't.
$7.50 = 54.75 $11.75 50.00 29.75'
taxes that are not paid. I 1// .
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Wo arc unable to give the exact $G.00' $3.75 $15.00 _- 8.75 $3-.Orf _. $22,75Z t
amount of taxes collected so far this Here )is! an opportunity for the woman who Ii Iiit $12.50 .$7.75
year._ Several weeks ago we under 1 : &r" J' '! ,, !..':!:. i :JE? r".Jiil.a'.j2'; ;, S&SSSSS&SXSS&ElfA

stood that only 7 petcent of the ; accustomed to paying around $2.50 to III SHIRTS g $I5CO! values 7' ...... $9.75- KNICKERS .

taxes had been collected. In previous I t $32$$ values ......,... $18.751
$3.00 for silks to the finest quality I selection*!
extraordinary
years the large tax payers in the get very II An :: $42.00: Set ... ......... .. $27.75PAJAMAS $f.50 vah'es .....-... ., $3.75

,county toolc advantage of the large silks >in< the smartest spring and summer I 'I ,-. newest of fine patterns shirts. a All nd. .col-ri the| .- $8.50 values .............. .$4.75, ....

discounts given after the close of the and colorings. 106 pieces are offered -. 11! ', ors including white. 3,_ $3:50'ilues: : .. .._.... $1.95 $12.50, $15,00 values) $7.75 ':qf
tax books. However, they have failed patterns $18.50 values ........ $11. 5 V
this I $.,.50, $3.50 value .... $1.95| $4.00, $5.00 values .... $2.75 ft
and the
year finds
a embarrassing county itselfin : all regular $3.50 to $4.50 grades. 11. $"4.60 values ..._............ $2.455 $COT) values ......... .. $3.75 TIES
very position. .
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$5 00 values $2 $1 values $4.75
The county commissioners: have .. : '
reduced their expenses during the ',' 1-1'f $G.00: SG.50 values ,.. $3.453 ROBES. $LnO values ... ............ 89c

I $....00 values .............. $1.45 r
past year. Every item has been cut ; CAPS $ 5.'O0; valves ....... ?. $14,75)
il
. from the payroll that could possibly ; / ''I $2..50!> 3.50 values .... $1.95?: $J8.5fl vines .. ._.. $11,7,5'$3.iY) values .............. $1.95

,rc, be done away with. Each commission l i' I $3,50) $2.00 values ....$2.45 $10.00 valuos! ,........ .. $5.75: $.1.\)0. ,$5".00 values .. $2.95

.ry er is working with the idea of reduc" i I I $u.: G0values( .. ..... ..... $2.95 $CTO( values ........ ...... $345

: ing his road bills Nothing is being 'Hatch 5inc. Iii SWEATERS iG .i GOLF HOSE I SOX ld

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spent unless it is found absolutely H ,, .
necessary. Our bonded indebtednessis ," i: : $ .60 valves .....,........ $3.95'1 $5:50 values ..........._.. $2.95g $1.50, $2.00 values ...... 95c

lower than any other county in WEST PALM BEACH :l'l'J $7.50 values _. ........... $4.45j $S.oO values: ............ $3.45 $2.5D values .._........... $1.45
the state the size of Hendry. The 1 $12.0 values ...... $7.76 $7.50, $S.50 values. $4.45 S3.DO) $.1.00 values ? $1.95ft"

Tax Assessor cut tho valuations on IL .
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er a pisre! Itt::;; 01 saicsinaiistiep; ability.! The best salespeople wiH be the biggest had l Been a club _member.


no winners, bat every active: worker: will be rewarded for his or her time.. i ind Work a short while and


There will be no losers. The "Salesmanship Club" is something different ride a long vhsleT4TE'. .


ss and better than the ordinary campaign. It is not a game of chance, but .. )1 .f'. '.


a a liberal business pro !sition) in which every participant is paid for services J I-..J ): 4 J.If' ......"\*. .. '
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Bring in a big report Saturday, March 7, and win an EXTRA CAMPAIGN CLOSES: SATURDAY APRIL II, I931

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1.II T : 1 Just. 30 Short Working Days to. Win. Prizes Worth Thousands of Dollars


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1.00 IN CASH $5.00 IN CASH $2.00 IN CASH I i tt ,


warded to every SalesmanVIII be awarded to every, SalesmanWill be awarded to every Salesmanship -

,; Member who earns 6 or ship Club Member who earns 4 or Club Member who earns 2 ,or -_ .k _...._. _ _. _" ,
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lr Certificates on the official more Silvei Certificates on the official more Silver Certificates on the official
This Offer Gccd until March 23
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BIRD:i PRIZE :: SECOND! PRIZE ;' ,'"f,. : Gr.:aLar Circulation; Campaign. Address -.-.:...-.-----1UUU1...---..;.... .. ...-.-_.
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y,' _... J..: ., : ,..; Get inline} !, for 100 credits. t
f ASK YOUR FRIENDS TO SAVE THESE FOR YOU

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(: eligible to become a member of the Salesmanship Club and compete for a prize. This newspaper reserves the right to reject entrants.
{ 2.-The. winners of prizes i will be decided by their credits, said credits being represented by certificates issued on subscriptions, trade
cards, and by coupons clipped from this newspaper ,

,,'-. -- 3.-Club members are not confined to their particular town community in which to secure credits and subscriptions, but may work
where they.please, collecting back subscriptions and renewals as well as entirely new subscriptions, and credits will be issued on both.
4.-Cash must accompany all orders where credits arc desired. There will 'be no exceptions to this rule. -:. p... '
5.-Credits cannot be purchased. Every cent accepted through the campaign office must: represent a subscription or trade card.
I Unless otherwise stated in the schedules, no subscription will be accepted for less than one year nor for more than five years in advance
1. from any ono club member. ..,
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I| 6.Credits arc not transferable. Club members cannot withdraw in favor of another club member. Should a club member with-
: This. beautiful six-piece suite of American Walnut .' draw from the race,' his- or her credits will be cancelled. Neither will it be permissible for a club member to give or transfer subscriptions
j to another club member. Credits on such transferred subscriptions will be subject to disqualification at the discretion of the campaign manager.
;: consisting of full I size bed, chest, choice ofHolywood 1. 7.-Any collusion on' the part of club members to the detriment of qthc<<:t club members will not be tolerated. Any club member
T : or club members entering into or taking part in such combination will forfeit all right to a prize or a commission. _.
;., ,. vanities, with framed or Venitian"i 8.-All credits issued for subscriptions or trade cards may be held in 'reserve or polled at the discretion of the club member or sub- '
I' scriber up to and including the last day of the campaign; except at the discretion of the campaign manager no member may poll more
\, .- I :r mirrors, chair, rocker bench. All 1 interiors made credits in 'any one week than 20,000 credits above the leader in the previous standing. ., --a*'" __.***v.. }'
I 9.-In the event of a tie for any one of the prizes a prize identical in value will be awarded to each tying club member. *'-. ''<;l ,
:c' of solid Oak--dust proof throughout-can befunished 10.-Each club member in this campaign is an authorized agent of this newspaper and as such may collect arrears and advance '
f subscription payments from present subscribers 34 well as from new subscribers. .. w ,
EU2CTRIC 1 : RADIO ... with twin beds. On display and can be ( 11.-It is distinctly understood and agreed that club members will be responsible for all money collected, and they will remit amounts
in
full EACH DAY to the campaign department.

1 be GENERAL ELEC- ',J seen atI i 12-No person connected with this newspaper in any way, or related to the owners or employees will be eligible to become club
a members or to participate for prizes. This docs not apply to carrier' boys, news dealers, or correspondents.
test improvement in Ra- .. ,; ', 13.-There will be several'.prizes awarded, besides cash commissions to ACTIVD n-on-prize winners, but it is to be distinctly .under
stood that in the event of ANY club member becoming INACTIVE, .failing to make a cash report t\sico each week, he or she will be
disqualified and thereby forfeit all right to a )prize or cash commission.
hine will be installed in .
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[of charge. A full ? MeCAMPBELL'3, Inc. I .. .:.,

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|ive, days of the'campaign, April Return this coupon to the "Salesmanship Club"' Man
Books, Etc. Call, Phone or Write toSalesmanship. agar with your first subscription payment, cither old or
:[f !Oth> to 11th, inclusive, the fol-It ..... : new, and you will receive 10.000 credit la addition to door :wi en
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-00 '.. 5 Years :=.:. 10.00 32OdO. '" with the "Entry Blank" tho member alerts with 10.000 f f '
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10 Years ., 20.00 102,000gede on n
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PAGE SIX CLEW1STON NEWS. CLEW1STON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1931

find in various designs. These c.lb "
RELATIONS OF -STATE AND I This should be, a good scrap and ter cover crop and all diseased: mate used o make trimmings that are both : Very navy materials t su.cls?, khaki aa. excellent substitute, the sauco' "', .
EVERGLADES EXPLAINED should draw a good crowd. rial to' assist in the control of scab '
substantial and artistic. and galatea, are hard: to launder,. and makes a delicious, spice cake, and, "
(Continued from page 1)) There, will be, two other bouts anda and shuckworm. Do not set trees after
battle royal, between eight husky March 10. Fertilize. Many plaids and figUred. materials some materials_ such as. linen, wrinkle without, eggs, too.
show soil and wrinkling much less
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dents within the District who are negroes from tho various camps. Garden and Truck.-Spray cucumbers *
than plain materials,: and these may.be To keep cheese moist, wrap it in a ;( .
appointed by the Governor. with 4-4-10 Bordeaux to control '
had in gay, colorful pa.tt.crmi.Which. On making cake when fresh milk, soft cloth wrung out of vinegar, and i
"The Flood Control District is given March Farm Work downy mllde wand nailhead spot, re .
authority to issue bands in the spectively. Spray onions with tobacco appeal to children and are appropriate buttermilk_ -, molasses, and sour milk, keep in an earthen jar, witn the, cover i;
Hints Given By for them. are lacking, use a cup of apple? sauce slightly raised.To .
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amount of $5,000,000.00, the proceeds extract and soap for thrips. Carefor I
thereof to, be used as required tor College Workers seedbed and make additional East' of laundering' helps determine" 'into which has been stirred a teaspoonful dean Httuce. is often a nuisance, ;
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the serviceability of any. inateiial. of baking soda. Besides be.
the purposes. of the District. Such I plantings of tomatoes, eggplants, and I I1 because of- tiny green, Insects" or their

bonds are to. be paid as to interest GAINESVILLE,. Fla.Suggestionsabout peppers. Plant beans, cantaloupes ogga In it. Turn'on the cold water

and, principal from the proceeds of some things, to do on the Flor- watermelons, cucumbers, sweet corn,: faucet slightly, put your thumb- ." ;,,
taxes levied as above described, ida farm during March have been cauliflower, kale and kohlrabi. Trans I against it so' the stream' squirts with -

which also provide for the necessary made by workers at the College of plant tomatoes, eggplants, and pep H-I'.-1 StahuuulgM(11iRight: i iI iI force, and hold each leaf) with the ,

operating, expenses of the Board. f Agriculture, and are copied here to pers. Plant dahlia tubers. broad end in- tho hand, under- the water -- ;I

The Board. was, authorized to deal help farmers think of many odd JobsIn for a few seconds. Rinse, and' it

with' tho, Federal Government or any ,time to do them properly. HINTS, TO HOUSEWIVES Is ready for the table.COMMANDER .

department thereof; to cooperatewith Broow Sows to farrow in March

the Fcdaral Government;, in the and April should be cleaned, put on CHILDREN'S CLOTHINGFast OWEN : -

development of plans and in the con- worm-free ground, and supplied with CALLS LEGION, MEETING,

struction of works within the purpose plenty of nutritious feed; oats:!, rye, Color Materials I F '' 's : -

of the District; to contract with the and rape are excellent. Feed some Materials for every-da ygarments qualified to belong. : the legion should

Federal Government or any of its departments shorts. and a small amount of fish should he fast-color in order to stand join the Clew s't n post and receive

in connection therewith, meal or tankage.Poultry.Start. sunlight and frequent laundering. the benefits that are offered ex-ser

and to sell to hypothecate with with quality chicks Several substantial materials. such as vice men through the post and the

the Federal Government or any of its and provide suitable quarters for Indian head, Devonshire cloth, some ll'1MAppetizer' \ National organization. The member- "

departments, any of the bonds which them. ,Clean and scrub brooder ginghams, and many prints, can now ''u ship of the, local post is composed of

the District has authority to issue. I houses. be obtained in bright, attractive colors ClewIston men only. It is understoodthat

An ,analysis of the foregoing will I Field and Pasture. Plant only which are guaranteed to be' fast. the LaBelle post of the American

disclose that the State of Florida as healthy sugarcane (use no stalks How can _a material be tested to Legion has disbanded and are making

a corporate entity, has not directlyengaged showing red streaksi nslde) to con- see whether or not it will keep its application to join the Clewiston

in the reclamation of the trol red rot. Plant pasture crops for color? If you can obtain a sample, I Course Addsto Stuffed. Eggs post .

Everglades T.he lack of such action May i and June grazing. Pearl or cattail place it in the sunlight, first coverIng Enjoyment of Remove yolks hard-cooked \

does not, however, imply a lack of millet planted now means in- one-half of it. After several days Entire Menu ecjgs. Mash yolks with butter and LEGAL-NOTICEIN # -

interest on the part of the State. On creased grazing 40 to 60 days later. you can tell what effect sunlight is finely chopped sour mustard pickles. '
Fill whites with this mixture. Gar- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEN- ...
the contrary. the State has resortedto Get seed corn ready. March is corn likely to have on the material by nish with plmlento, strips. DRY COUNTY. FLORIDA "
the most effective measures per- I planting time in West Florila.. Plant comparing the two halves. THE difference between a com- IN CHANCERY ,.
meal l and an excellent ,Roquefort Relish Horsd'oeuvresMash
mitted to it; being debarred by its 'lespedeza and '-carpet grass for pas The effect of laundering ran be meal often depends on the first 'v \t..
with a fork an individual '
constitution from issuing bonds; levyof ture. tested by washing a sample in soap course, the hors" euvre 'When portion ol roqucfort cheese. Com- WEIR KILBY CORPORATION,. a corpora -
dinner starts; with an attractive bine with an equal amount of sweet ion. '
taxts; and recognizing on the other Dairy. Check records carefully.Give and water. In order to make a fair pickle relish. .
hunger-whetting appetizer, the stageis Spread on firm sliceof Complainant
hand the necessity .and the wisdom I low producing cows feeds low in test, you should bf sure that the set for thorough enjoyment of tomato, and sprinkle with paprika.: .... vs ':

of providing funds in large protein, fatten and sell to butcrer. soaping, rubbing, temperature of wa- everY course. Cabbage-Cheese Hors-d'oeuvres THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY J"f .

amounts for any extensive reclama Cotton.-Plant at the rate of one ter, and dryfng are the same that you There i is nothing difficult about Cut green pepper into rings. In- a corporation, .- ',' '
preparing hor .d'oeuvre". .Tust Defendant
ordinary -
tion project, it has created separate bushel per acre during the latter half ordinarily use in laundering. condiments and pickles are Hide of the pepper rings place small -- ,, "

public corporate organizations which of this month. Use at least 300 pounds I Material may be shrunk before ivpded in order to add the smart, mounds with of cabbage, salad mixed OTICE ,
grated cheese! and prepared
are'. not subject to constitutional re- of a complete fertilizer per acre. If being cut for garments. Leave it folded zestful' touches that make these mustard. Add French dressing. Notice is herby given that on Monday '

strictions named; but which on the' ]possible avoid fields that were in put it in hot water and leave dainty' For the appetizers.simple dinner, hors-d'oeu Tuna-Pickle Canape March 23., 1931, at 10 o'clock A.
contrary are free to adopt more ef-'i! cotton last to reduce weevil in until the cold. two M., the complainants In the above
year, I over night or water is ores of or more kinds may be Combine shredded tuna fish with
ficieut programs for financing the j festation. Press out the water rather than attractively arranged on a salad enough mayonnaise to moisten. Sea-. entitled cause will apply to the Hon.
son with onion juice and paprika. Geo. W. Whltehurst, Judge of said
reclamation undertakings. These pub-I Grove and Orchard.-Fertilize de- wringing it, so that the cloth will plate and placed on the table. Spread on toasted bread cut into Court, at his office in Fort Myers,

lie corporations have been represented !j i riduo'is fruit not already fed. Citrus, have few wrinkles. Hang ,evenly on Home Style Horsd'oeuvresPlace pickles fancy shapes.cut into thin Garnish silvers with, or with dill Lee County, Florida. for an allow-

in the past by the Board of Trus- Continue fertilizing young trees.. Re- the line. Press before the cloth is entirely cooked beets In small rings.In crosswise sections of dill pickles cut ance on account of fees for the com-
the renter of each r'ng' pl 1 ro :1selertion Into fancy shapes; plainants' solicitors therein, and will
tees of the Internal Improvement banks. Cultivate to keep down
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II' dry. of two or move l kinds of Egg and Pickle Canape at, said time and place request that
Fund and by the Everglades Drainage I weeds and grass, or irrigate, or both. Servicable and Attractive sweet- mixed pickles.' Make a paste of finely chopped such allowance be made and the Receivers -

District. To these there has been added .! :Begin planting cover crop! in non- Using attractive colors does not Fruit Hors-d'oeuvres. ? hard cooked eggs and mayonnaise. of' The Southern Sugar Company ', :

the Okeechobee Flood Control Dis hearing proves. Spray in bloom for necessarily mean !light i impractical Arrange slices of pineapple for the Season' with salt mustard and pa- ordered to pay the same. .'
bases. On top of the ptnear-ule pl+('* ,SHEPPARD & CLEMENTS, ', "
prika. Spread on toasted bread cut .
trict. scab, using 3.3.50 Bordeaux 1 ,
plus
colors that show soil easily. Darker a slice of orange; and on top of theorange Solicitors for Complainant. '
Into fancy shapes. Garnish with
section of sliced sweet dill
These several corporations have already percent oil or 1-40 lime-sulphur. colors such as a dark blue, or neu- pickle. a small, sweet gherkins, thinly sliced. 6-13--20irig

expended on the reclamationof Fight aphids, and watch for rust tral ones, a smany shades of tan, ,
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the Everglades more than thirty- mites. Peach and Plum. Snray gain may b9 trimmed with a 'brighter col. I 11 t 1111111111 J 111111111111111111111111111111 II 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIJ I1II11111 t 111111111111111111111111111 t H J,.

six times the puin necessary to that with lead arsenate to control curcu- or. Bias bindings are now made in "

purpose, as estimated by the United Ho (worms). Pecan: urn under win- many colors, plain striped, checked,

States authorities, when the lands CLOSNG OUT .

were granted to this State by the I -
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have Fed eraI the legal Government power to They make moreover further New Recipes To Help You 7' ., : -' -. (,- '

expenditures as may bo deemed :. .' '-
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necessary. ..Florida has or advisable.kept faith with the, '. Keep Within Your Budget I I KERMANSBeaeF --1- : .',"

national '
government, It has done its
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duty. scrupulously complied

with the terms under which it accepted ,-

the Everg aes. It has devoted I PalIn SJtore' ; :;

for their!; }betterment the proceeds

derived from the sale of swamp and '

overflowed ands within its bounda- '
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has done Court more.of the It has United enacted States.legislation It- y THIS ENTIRE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL NEW SPRING I: .:.


placing the lands of the area DRESSES AND COATS WILL BE PLACED ON ) e ,
under the servitude of taxes to ,help _f .nivtriE{ ; .. SALE ';.}.

defray the 'costs of. their: initial rec- ACSC JL.:- '
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facilities in thin i territory will will command the attention of every thrifty shopper in the .- :': :' ,

bring National benefits far exceedinghe By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON place' In a casserole .or baking !dish '
cos't of the improvements.To Director, Home Economics: Dept., with Cream of Tomato Soup poured Greater Palm Beaches. : '

( be concluded f next week) H. J. Heinz Company around them., Cover' and bake in ,, \ .< < <..< : : f#
a moderate oven for 15% hours. I "
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INEXPENSIVE, easily and prepared dinner Sliced, Beef: Creole: J'Her tablespoons: Y. This sale >includes all of Kermans Fa-| ;: :'.ti;i' ""e"...: _, ...:
ED BUTLER WILL pound 'sliced dried beef; 4 level tablespoons < :
dishes always are welcomed' by tlour; 2 cups milk; Vt cup Chill 1 Imous Resort Fashions. New Models! -
the many Women who-must, plan, Sauce. _
PROMOTE BOXING prepare and serve .three meals, a' Brown 'dried beet in a ,skillet Arriving Daily.
day for a family living on a mod with butter. Add flour and stlr. .
erate income. until well blended. Add milk' and --
This task may seem more than coon until thickened, stirring con ..
'ONMARCH 16 usually troublesome just now, stantly. Then add Chili 'Sauce and c = :

when fewer fresh fruits and vegetables serve on slices ot-- toast, toasted, IscMa y ExceptionalValues J
are in the market, so it Is I rolls or muffing. -

Twenty Rounds Of Boxing I necessary-keep our to use meals greater from ingenuityto slipping Mexican Spaghetti cooked% cup chopped ham: 1 One Large Group of ""', in .
medium sire '
preen pepper, chopped: 1
Will Draw 'Crowds into a rut and becoming monotonous. smaU onion, chopped; /medium can : : PAJAMASAND
Yet with the skillful use of Cooked Spaghetti .
From ,Around :Lake.Ed : tasty condiments and relishes, and Brown the ham, green peppers Smart NewDRESSES -
by'using those foods that are available and onion in a skillet with a small ACCESSORIES
in :just as different amount of butter or ham fat. Add :: = = : = =
many waysas :
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boxing possible, we can easily solve this Cooked Spaghetti and :allow to I _
matches in '''Clewlston under cook 'slowly until the i. ':;:
the direction problem of serving appetizing Spaghetti is : E
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'of rule American Legion announced meals at a moderate cost, even during thoroughly heated. Reductions
yesterday that big bout the winter months. Corn Pudding. ') medium size, can are also in effect ,at
The practical meat and vegetable': com: 1 sup milk:: both our West
2 lightly beaten Palm .' '
,, would be held in Clewlston on March eggij ft ;cup Tomato : ,
dishes that are listed below will Ketchup; 1 teaspoon sugar; V teaspoon J. -. Beach and MiamiBeach I 1 1Charming ': -" .
16th 'at the now arena that will be help you to plan interesting menus' 'salt: 'Mi teaspoon Prepared Mustard; '2 >;. ;. ..
erected 'on :the tablespoons flour 'blended with 3 table models in chiffon, prints I .stores ... :
.Qlewl ton News lot for these cold, wlntt'Y'days, without 'spoons"butter. ,
Last increasing the cost of ',the ,family ,
week promoter Butler stageda 'To the worn' add milk eggs, '
and other popular materials in all
table! I :
fight ,at 'Harlem and the reports Tomato Ketchup.sugar, salt, ,Prepared
were '!that real action from start to Casserole of Sausage and Spai Mustard and flour* blended the new patterns and shades. Alsoman'' _
j.1 pound of 'Miuage; 1 medium with butter. Place In a buttered
finish Vaa 'given *by the colored boys.] ,,0 Jct J.can Cooked fSp&rnetU; 1/3 cup casserole and -bake ina
rater; Vi cup Tomato Ketflhup moderate f ,
The main event In 'the 'coming boot Brown sausage ''in a skillet. oven for about 1 hour until the I .
will be Joe'C:itb. 'local boy, against :"Place layer of 'eausage in 'a -casserole -' pudding eta and 4a 'firm 'to the shades-ideal for travel. All are'
the Fighting Cop':from Pahokee, Billy; i and cover 'with '-a layer -of. touch. 0 PER CENT OFFTO
Swain. Both 'fighter weigh one hundred 'the Spaghetti, and :repeat, 'using'a' Savory,'Sausages-with Border!vf BE'' CLOSED OUT AT On All
,second. layer of and 'Spaghetti. 'Crearned.Bogatoes ;1 '
'and. :fifty 'pounds nd are well 'Over all sausage crater, and: .: i Jg??*. ; S. ;
'pour "
'matched. Joe 'has 'fought in Clewlston '! cop snnrtyminced 'celery: ; ''. .cvp Tomato ,
Tomato 'Ketchup
blended :together. Ketchup; "iash''otpepper.: --EYENINGGoWNs
'on several, occasions and Is tonsid 'J3ake ,in & :moderate oven (about Brown sausages in & skillet and $1'0.
ered one of the best'fighters in this' H75 degrees >F.) for 30"minutes. remove to a serving platter. Pour :
's ctlon. : Porcupire'Beef Balls :*?;oand all except 2 tablespoons fat from : .
DIf the -jam and '*dd '.t 1u7, Tomato AND WRAPS
Johnson rooad dutcup .
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Scrap Iron :a'htefcrb tighter i v* meo4k l ,
Harleth 111 :If lice; Mil' tad pepper; 1 m 4tOM. ear Ketthup :mndpepper.. :Allow 'to ,' Values't'- $29.00Each .: ::1
from meet Ben:
r Big Cram or TotDato Soup.didlx > simmer until the ceter'7'.ja 'tender.
from Paho1 *. sjo"hnoh ;Is 11r"favoritela : steak with rice 'mala E U4 ZJOvr thi.,.a&ACI'.v1'W\1b' \ u> at t. That sold for $25 or more
I this'iblitlnh.'Big' JJen 'it 'ts",tn'der- f.-I>TlnW >lihtl7 with salt and pep-' tJw.i l 41Pnil -fme tf ftotatoeo, Others at Attractive Reductions 'r.r
stood Is ;'de'fermln&Tto: wtiip :;n)1inIOb.I ) 1"!. ::r"rm 'iato small bAns and 1'f il0ri; >eFd '..m. 'i '.

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