The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00310
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: REPORTS PROGRESS March 9 .. .......Max... 72 Min.47 Rainfall FOR TAX PROBLEMS IN STATEMENT March 15 ..................6A.11... 16.5 6 P.16.5 M. FORGES AHEAD IN'i i i

March 10 .......... 63 37 :March 17 .................... 16.4 16.4

IN REORGANIZATION March 11 ........? 64 46 J .. :March 18 .'.:................. 16.5 16.5 NEWS CAMPAIGNMrs.

March 12 .......... 66 37'. Can ,Save State March 19 ..........,.....;... 16.5 16.5
Says Legislature By Inacting Con-
March 13 ...?..... 69 38 March 20 .,................... 16.8 16.:?

Plans Should Be Completed March 14 .........73 44 servative Legislature And Adjourning. March 21 .................... 16.6 16.6
George Poole Leading
March 15 ... ...... 75 45 March 22 ............,,...... 16.6 16.7 .
By July 1 J.st For List Of CandidatesFor
It must be evident to those who benefit of its magnificent taxation

Approval Of Court. IRISH WEEKLYPROVES have followed the tax discussion that scheme. It was the first time in the PALM BEACH PUPILS 'Chevrolet.

4cs. the cause of our so-called taxation history of the United States that sister -

p--- Judge Roy Stubbs, special masterIn troubles is I j j states 'were compelled to invoke Mrs. George Pool forged to front
chancery in tho receivership of the (1)) the indefensible increase in I 1 I the interposition of the federal government with last minute repor this week with

Southern Sugar Company, returned public expenditures, cities counties. !'I to protect them against the Miss Jewel Lowe and Miss Bonclle

1' : from New York Wednesday. Judge INTERESTING PAPER and state, during the past ten yenrs;, j superior I wisdom and common sense LOCAL SUGAR MILL Stone tied, for secon.d honors. Miss

Stubbs _reported that the meeting .2)) the failure to have, placed on of the people of a sister state. And Elsie Hare is running a good third.In .

which" was.p r held by a committee representing tho tax: rolls all tho real and tangible while] it was an Iniquitous and un- following out a course of extreme

'y'r the creditors and stockholders Father Finnegin Brings personal property of the state, and American,. piece of legislation, no I Sixty Member Of Chem- liberality in tills ,campaign the man-.

:: was very satisfactory. Copy Of Home Town the inequitable assessment
The outcome of the reorganization tangible property as is placed on the 'I paid to this state and to the wisdom, istry Class Inspect prizes will be offered to the workers

of the Sugar. Company is very encouraging Paper To Office.The tax rolls.Correct 1['0[' Its people. But the enactment of Local Mill.The I this week. The club member turning

e : Y at the present time and Cork Weekly, a newspaper this situation and our this'law, together with the Palm in the largest amount of money regardless -

with the co-operation. every credit published in Ireland, proved to be troubles! will disappear. I I Beach. hurricane, the Miami hurricane chemistry class of the Palm I of how small will earn 'a

= : or the Company should be reorganizedand i very Interesting when brought to the There is one thing,' however, in I the Mediterranean fruit fly and such Beeach high school visited the sugar nice 30 inche string of oriental hand

continue its progress in Florida. News office by Father Finnegan, Pas- which '''we are all agreed and that Is falsef! publicity affecting 'the solvency !i mill on Thursday morning. Seven I strung pearls. The club- member turn-

".. '.. stated Judge Stubbs. tor of the Catholic Church in Clew- that we are desirous of having- resumption of th') state and Its Institutions as no :. cars loaded with students arrived at ing in the largest number of five

< 0\: The plans of the committee have iston. On page one opposite the ,name of' that growth and development : state ever had to contend with, did the mill shortly before eleven o'clock year subscriptions will receive_ the
: ,
,it. .4 J ). not been submitted to the court and of the paper appeared the following that this state had for many the u'ork, with the result that our de- J and were taken In charge by Mr. Kel second string of pearls which is like

'. tiF will not be made public until the advertisement: "Woodford's Cork years and until in 1926. The only velopment and growth ceased. And ler. Superintendent of Fabrication. the first. No one club member will be

l r cDurt- has had an opportunity to re- Whiskey 11-6 per bottle. Brown La- question is as to how that can be best during the past five years capital ''has I Malcomb Bigg assisted Mr. Keller in I eligible to earn both pairs. In the

Ir view the plans and see if they meet bottle.bel Whiskey" Extra Quality 15.7 per brought about. been flowing out of the state again showing the students over the mill i I 1 event the worker turning in the largest -

with the approval of the ,creditors Since 1880 capital and people In so that the deposits in the banks and explaining the various stages of amount of cash also has the larg-

J and stockholders.With Many of the local advertisementswere ever increasing amount and numbers alone have decreased seven hundred I Imfl1iq'n est number of five year subscriptionsthe
: ', the Sugar Company operatingon the same as run in the Ameri have been flowing into this state. I dollars, an amount of money I Deane Duff sugar.F. gave the class a second string will go to the worker -

a paying basis at the present time can papers advertising such articlesas There was continued and forward !greater, than the total ,deposits of all turning in second largest number
short and the
on sugar explained
and having' manufactuiod over 26,000- Aprola for Flue; Ovaltine. movement. ,So much so that by 1920 the banks. of any state in the south, operations of the mill to the students. of five year subscriptions. These

000 pounds of sugar in a little over makes you sleep; Beechnian! Pills, bank deposits had Increased to two not even excepting Texas. teacher' pearls are strung on 12 karat gold
Gross class J
Mrs. the
Shredded of !
1. CO days there is no reason why any Wheat, Angler Emu,Ion, hundred million dollars, and our fed- Yet, nevertheless our vicissitudesand filled wire and will last a life time in
Vicks salve. Doans stated that she expected to bring
: creditor should not join in with the Kidney Pills and eral Inheritance tax payments to two ,troubles, the structure, of ,Florida addition to being washable. There
Ford Automobiles. other students into the Glades for va-
1 ,.j plan and keep this industry a going hundred and twelve thousand dollars, has been so solidly built as that'' we are no strings to break and cause the

t< .. .. 'concern for Florida and the United The front page devoted. to serial which was the average amount of the are functioning today in almost a .normal rious studies in plant life and the beads to lose which is often the case. .
'' ; stories which manufacturing of sugar. The class
; : States. are very interesting. federal inheritance taxes paid by the, manner, and relatively and com- The workers earning the above rewards -

1 4.<,.:: '. 'i;' .. The operation of tbe. Company There is a fashion page devoted to other southern states even at that '('Ial'at.ivel.yare in better condition than members were very enthusiastic over this week will increase their'
.,' the interest of the readers the hugh sugar mill and asked'hun-
i t" .';: since it was placed in the hands of women! time. And by December 31, 1926, our any other state in the union. chances greatly towards winning the
dreds of questions that the officials
and is similar
i .t. '-. .. Receivers has proved that sugar ,can very to our fashion bank deposits had increased to the The last published statements of Chevrolet.
The movies hold explained to the satisfaction of every
.' ...be< manufactured successfully and on pages. a prominent amazing sum of one billion dollars, the Florida banks showed them to People of Clewiston and vicinity are

-5 5"-. a paying basis in the Florida EVer- place in the paper and one advertise- an amount of money greater than the have"'more rash compared to deposits student. eerinnig to wake ,up to the fact that
ment showed Dick Henderson They spent the )morning in the city ,
., glades. and total deposits of all the banks of ,any than the banks of any other statein here really fs a campaign on in this ..
,.. Marion Bryon in "Golden Down." and left shortly after two o'clock for
." The present receivership will ter- state in the south; and by, 1926 our the country. community! They are full of enthusiasm .'
Sports interest. men is of the West Palm Beach.
: } sometime in June and by the one federal inheritance' taxes had In- And Florida today stands as the and energetic workers are: re
most interesting articles in the Those visiting the mill were: Carl
S,.S first of July the plans of reorganization paper.A creased to the astounding sum of sev- wonrter of the financial 'world. It lookson relying awards. The News campaignis
item Anthony, Sam Adams, Andrew Anderson -
\ I"minate;4:- Ja. should be made known and will very interesting from Tipperary en million, three hundred thousand ,with amaz'emont that we exist at today the chief topic of interest. _-:
recalls memories of those who Wilner Arnold, Mary Bass, Billy
.r: .r,. probably be worked out satisfactory dollars, an amount of money greater all. And the,} people are now looking It is practically impossible for the '.
Ii : served overseas during the World Bronson, Betty Coyle, Billy Dew, -, .. .J.
: / ly by that time. The task of getting than the total federal inheritance toward Florida .a-rain, wondering oublisher "or 'the campaign. manager : .,,

I : oj ', f 1'N'all stockholders and creditors to approve ..War. One thing that struck us most taxes of the remaining: fifteen south whether It' has a future, or. not. Francis DeBoy, Anna Dunn, Kathryn ;. to go 'on the,'.street: .'Wjt1 out having .to_' ti"- '.
;.:, of all was the scarcesty of crime Ellar. Erik Jordon, Maynard .Larkin.. dozen": .
, \ .. anyone questions in, :
states combined.
.+ -+! of plan of reorganization ern With this situation what.'should'.the''t answer a .
.. any ,, .," aul Gilbert l ichols,'Doris I -
I. 3 news on page one. V '' P E jtMIiikyltz. ; *- ;
545 S .. It seems incre.diblet l ; > ifg regard to the progress of the camign -
:, iea-tedious-one'and; though progress ? _. _,:_ : / ,
t.' .:.,;. } ; :-" is being: made it is slow due to Special 'brands of'tobacco' also--hold During all this 'time? of, activity t"' 1 i i of!' Ffoi idado:Wha'ck1business.. I O'Bd en. t w.EllitmiAu nP, Nea1SteDht; =ns, ifai ,"Orie oftlvrmosf..-importanfc... ..-.,t..74:
a prominent place in the paper. The and capital with new1 and additional 4 I Richard Uhl, P.liz Warner, Elsie Bar- is)0 think there Is :::. 1:
the fact that they are scattered all prosperity, growth and development. questions you : : :
:. printing is the same as our papers, taxation, penalize and burden it, and field.. Stanley Bussey Hewell Bowers, "
..'1. 't,:;, : over the United States. the newspapers, the chambers, of I any danger of the grand capital prize ::
: this being column tweny tell the people of the United States Helen Durkee Hiona
: : one a seven Edwin Chappin, ,
: Sugar Company is commerce, and the real estate men leaving Clewistbn j;
operaaing inch newspaper and is published that we have made terrific mistake Edwards, Jack Hemmessy Edward "'
here that .
{::: on a sound financial of this state were talking not only Let us announce right '
..Irr-'f:,>.. time and will show basis at the present ach! week.PAUL about our climate, soil, resources, but and that we must change our legislative Knox, Dot Kidd. Robert Kirton, Okle with a couple of live wires in LaBelle ::.:,J
; a profit .
; course? Or shall we pursue the Miller. Major Newell, Cyril Perly. .. ..
; 't : the end of Ole it that we were the most conservative and one in Belle Glade chances are :;:6
; receivership is
:;; ";'. derstood. IS- state in the union; that we: had no path heretofore pursued, -of inviting Tom Richards, Norton Proger, Jim- evenly, divided fo which way the tide .:S:
: DEAM I '
/t.?:"i inheritance tax, no 111011112; tax, no capital into the state and protecting mle Stanley, Vivian Testa, will turn. We are going to leave this : :.;

'c ; '. franchise tax tax, no The question answers Itself. I question to the workers and .community .j
; no severance I ,
I;: ., Silver Tea Today At APPOINTED JUSTICE People who have money as a rule .
corporation tax, no corporation stock. I SHERIFF fo say where the owner ;::::r-;
.: have sense, at least in money mat GLADES J,},
reside. Community
r Home Of Mrs. transfer tux, and no tax on intangibles. :. I Chevrolet may
,. ; Bailey ters. I am interested in a number orI destination' 1a
., the : :
;. ,: PEACE BY CARLTONJudge And this was repeated by the pride can only h
\ ;i
different businesses from the growingof .
CAPTURES $60,000 of the Grand Capital prize. ?
A Silver Tea press: of the nation. Flciitia, during < '
.:. : .. be held at the Citrus fruits to banking (even in : '
Interest is being manifested .:
Again we say : ;
the years from 1923 until 1926, received
: home of Dr. and Mrs. Bailey the real estate busIness-DavIs Island :'
this ar- '
and right now : .
more free publicity from the CAR TUES. everywhere
4 ternoon from '3 to 6 o'clock. The tea Gus McGhee Re- press of this country than the re- ) : I own all sorts of property, LIQUOR while interest is at it's height is-your t-"

will be given by the W. W. Bible tires From Office After maining forty-seven states combined. real, personal, and intangible. It does ,- opportunity to exchange a Jew of

:'. Class and everyone is urged to attendS Serving Three Years.Paul The late Mr. William Peter Hamilton not me personally make the slightest what property difference I pay to Being Shipped To Potomac (Please turn to Page 6)LABELLEGO.ODNO

editor-ln-rhief of the Wall Street
taxes on; but it does make a difference Yards As Car OfChoice .
Journal, and fhe ablest financial editor
Deame, who has been a resi- to me whether what t pay taxeson

JOE dent of Clewiston for the past five this country has ever produced,. is worth anything, and whether Tomatoes. -
CATO LOSES in writing about Florida said it had
years, was appointed Justice of the this state is going to continue to grow SECTION ROAD 25
the simplest and best form of taxation: .
Peace to succeed, Gus McGhee, reignerl and develop in the future. And I be- Sheriff J. J. Wiggins, of. Glades
I'a. of of the states and in matters of
.:; FIGHT TO BILLY BOYS Mr. Deame ,has been connect- any lieve that, for it to grow and developas county seized a car load of choice i-
taxation was one hundred ahead ON
"d 'with the Clewiston Company, the years it should the best course for the liquors at Ortona Tuesday night. The BEING WORKED "J
.-i. of the remainder of the states. In
SWAIN BY KNOCKOUT( Hendry County Abstract Companyand state to pursue Is that which it has sheriff received_ a tip that car of '''liq- ;;
i nearly every one of the many com ::
: the Sugarland Drainage District pursued during the past. And that accounts uor was shipped from Carnestown,
S I plimentary editorials that he wroto
I for the past four year and is at present for my interest in this matter which is located in Collier county, and Convicts Will Move! To 1
concerning Florida he alluded to the ,
F: } Butler Puts time manager of the Hendry and the interest I have always taken would pass through his county on the Clewiston Section To : '
; Great fact that it had no inheritance tav, :
county Abstract Company and will in public affairs. It is a purely selfishone. freight that arrived late Tuesday "

'. ; / Show At Legion Arena have his offices In the Hopkins block. no' income tax, no franchise tax, no I know that there are some great evening. Start Work Soon."he ;..,:,'-)

,. severance tax, no corporation tax, no .
'I Judge MrGhee\ is one of the old men in this state whose hearts are
: ;,: Tuesday Night.Ed corporation stock transfer tax, and Sheriff Wiggins drove to Ortona
time settlers in for the and who convicts now work- : ;r
this section. He has throbbing people are tate are :i
< ;:. ; no tax on tangibles. These editorials and had the train stopped and a .
: : heen Justice of the Peace in Clewis- patriotically giving of their time to ""e on, the unfinished section of road c:
Butler, local promoter of boxing were eagerly reproduced in the press 1 search was conducted by the train
ton for the past three years and is this situation without any thought of ">am LaBelle to Goodno. This dis-
I 4 for the American Legion, put on of this state and by the real estate crew and the sheriff. The liquor was
'. nriiia!!'er o.f the Stnn'lard Oil, Comp self; but they are saints and angels, ">'1C? is five miles and rock is being
;,:,: ; a great show for the fight fans of boards (some people forge?). found in a box car which was su'
"Clewlston "v's hulk station in Clewiston. He re- and I 'confess that I have no wings "P'lJel from the Goodno siding to-
..' Tuesday night at the arena To such ''an etxent were capital and posed to be loaded with tomatoes
'Mr no d due tn hii'lnes onions! and and am Intensely human. 'vari > LaBelle. Several crews of con- 5p
near the Clewiston News office. people flowing into Florida in 1925 from the section south of Hendry .
Tvd<'e D.arn was np"olntpd to fill the Florida Is the most wonderful stateIn .tr't5 aro working on this section of ,
IS. Promoter Butler staged one of the that congress was appealed to by the county. ..
\ unexnired term of Tnd"e McGhee. the union. It has a matchless climate -h." rail and will move to LaBelle ,...j
best. shows ever held In Clewiston. various states to pass some legls'latfon ""
t: The Judge seam should; fill the opnotnt unique geographical position, Five hundred-cases of choice liquor this week: and start working from (), '.
: opening show
.. was between four to prevent the emigration of their
'. ment satisfactory to every citizen. I unsurpassed soil, varied l'esources.I I had been loaded in the ends of the hat end towards the Goodno station. "., ..... I
Lyoung negro boys oeonle and )
: and was a battle the flowing of their capital -, P. I
:" Governor Carlton is to be congratulated nd a productivity not equalled by car and near the doors were placed \* soon as this section, has been ;1{
royal. Two
: .. local boys fought four to Florida, with the result that in '. 7;;
"' rounds to 1= on anrnlnting a man of Judge! any state. And In my opinion if the 'crates of choice tomatoes. The car "nmpiPt they will move to Clewis- .: -/$
.:. -. a draw that "showed some February, 1926, congress passed the ,
; ... Deame's ab'Htv to such a responsible legislature when It convenes ,will had been routed to Potomac yards. 'mi ami s"''rt work on this end of the ;;,;[
great skill '
the eighty cent rebate of
among young boys of per provision :
'. the TO""it ion InImmnkalee lewfston. make an earnest effort to reduce our -"-t,1 P" June ]nth the entire distance :f}
city. the federal Inheritance tax law for
" '" --- The value of the liquor was placer: of apnnrdmntolv 36 miles should bein'd -.:-

.' Fighting Spider, a Pahokee negro the purpose of robbing Florida of the I (Please turn to page 4)) at $60,000 and was one of the .largest -"Tin,,(1 ready for the top dress- ,.""

'". : kayoed Cuban Pete, Harlem, in the Citizens hauls ever made in this section. The ....,,, ".' fAhmill take about three : ".';
--- -- -
: '. first round.. Scrap Iron "
Johnson. Harlem Exnrp' *z JAS sire><' To liquor was in sacks and each saccontaiue'd n"thQ to romnlete.mh :
attempted to slug with Big Bon, Report of Activities .
<:> a half case. '" sito i'ai assured the Hendry .' <
a Pahokee negro, but all he managedto Jnm H"!1I.lrv County ,. ,' ,. ...; ;
,. The car was plared on a siding an -"I. -f {)"i "f l' 'ioners that they ;. .

' do was get a draw. It was a real I :,: CLEWISTOiV MILL the liquor was later moved to ;Mon"Haven n-*
,. fight and the decision met with the Effort z nrp bpfncr Tnnrtp by f)5!) '
1 per I Date Cane Ground Total Sugar. Made To Bags where It was stored In t' "nt tot\ n* +n-%. road from LaBelle to
r Ja.i: approval of the 160 fans gathered to r.11t of tin ppnpio lI"fn ,
*: In the Imoountv ..
Today To Date Made Date Shipped Court House. Shcri'f Wiggins: Is rn T ? not 1"' +v line. This is approxl- {
. witness the bouts. mn1rnle-) ,lfafrlnf 411 (1nllinr to J ,. .. "
'f".rW" h should '
)' Bags Bags ceivlnc: the congratulations. of I -.J.l1'VP''l: miles and :
Joe Cato who has fought some real h Vo oh ill na jcpfi I .. .
rl"rln the next1crlalatnrn -
Previous '160,773.85. 73,127 manv friends on making such a lnr: I .rra.1 '-\ ov.r. }"t ten weeks :JJ:

battles in Clewi:=; ton. met the FtehtIrig vh!>.h "'i11 allow them to capture ...v.'" .,.'n' along this section has ..,

l Cop from Pahokee, Billy Bov A"J1P. p1o'o". tn""flhf"q to Hendrv March 12 3738.25. 164,511.60, 20UO 76f27 2505 .. .!,*..? ,.n.\i\ ed but according ,to ..

Swain. Joe was off form and Swain 'n"fv TT"tvlo1Tnle-p iq 7th.M\ "r Kf"it \I March 13 2 2G.70 168,038.30 1463 76,590 1250 Garden Clnh Show t -',.,..,..,?? -Pn-tiov this work: will be .' .:t

won 'by n knock out in the pMh time f" rn111n'' r""tnty lwt a m1'nrityr 4..t",' >t on n The section of the ,:

round. Joe is a real flatter at tiraei .,1 th" nnnnln 1f"t.{ ., 1" t11at ,1foh'f,t; : March 14 3166.10 171,204.40 1689 78,279 1750 Belle Glade Sun'da-" -n.,,1 that 11ne h onn completed Is, fine j

but clue to the ]lor-t* lov off and not J\r in r.o" nl "n'"iT'' !''' In ".ifh pnn_ March 15 1653.10172,857.50 '. 789 79.068.' .. 1250 ....1 ,...ill 1.A o-,o of the best roads Inc 'a-

being in condition ro'iM .not stand I ,1..,. ..., nM. ,, .
un nnnr tnglltl .
:. \ P"f1'V.! "ftf"P'11 The Tinner niifioq] Harden flag "'"' nfc "TM> road will be known as
) under the heavy barraeo of blows J'I in I March 16 3266.50 176.024.00" .,1672' 80.740, :,- 1500 ,., ,,,. .
tint ppfMon. bin! Signed n 'nst'Moi have thr>Ir first flnwpr s" o"* M *TlLegion ,,,,1 "fTinvray and will con- Yo

rained on him hv the fighting rop.. .'nMtn..ll.r' f1-.I. tlnr 'h" rtHrJ1"I\r1 tl >,,llr. Q. OT.nml coasts from
) March 17 Shut down for cleaning and repairs. TToTl nt t H'ortn "t-r & *"A ?.- ? o"It west -i

::4 It was n v-r\t. show ;.nrl the boring lrntn n. tiro"'ti"., nn.l the 1.111 ."flhn \ Snmlnv. 'T'hA Shawano Orchestrawill ....n-, ""' ..iw ph to Fort Myers run- .

::4 : fens, are< waiting' for another which J"t".n.1 ,i..,.;..,... f'ip c'o-, "1"r qua.oln March 18 3808.85 17&832,85 ,750 81490; 750 fl'r11roh 1""col". A'1"I a"I inn .--111 h' I 1..- +.,-0,'!"h th Sugar Bowl of tho

will be staged in about ten cltlY8.il f1,,, ln .
: r "II h.l- nrp Weight per bag ot sugar :36 pounds. .enb..fh.C' (>/ ntq p'-n ,nh
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: FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1931 \
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PRINCIPALMrs. '' : Miss Sara Greene f.. .. ..... !'

". y ,.). E. Beardsley : I I Mrs.\ Nell Sleivart .., I\

TEACHERS SCHOO L N. E 's ,Mrs.Miss .Jamye W. C. Preroiit Williams ::';, 14 1 1:

Miss Ola Pelleway {t 1
Mr. George Smcdley '

1 t" ,,1
The Tattling Tarpooter Merrel. She's in the house wavingher witness, who, however, kept his temp. be used in tie future. I make every.1 1. account of feathers on the legs. 1 to be good poultryrnen we inr et: study

VOLUME \I-NO.2 I I hair. er. experience put something either fn watched the judge. talked with him. j i the commercial side ol the business

Luther: Heck! Can't we afford. a "Have you been in this court before my pocket or in my head." and learned. lot about selecting and for this Is whence cometh the p '"t.c;.

FRIDAYMARCH 20, 1931 flag? ?" '. .i That's a mighty fine rule. Shortly showing birds. It's nice to win prizes, but they should

"No, sir.". after reading It. I heard a radio talk "During. m'y second year I waslakes j: not Ite considered more than\ the experience

EDITOR Mary Louise Oglesby Have you teen the latest picturesof "Are you sure of that. ?" I by a Marion County 4-H club boy. I made the first year. At the I. we get, and the money we

our students? Since seeing their "Yes, sir." I Jackk Platt, which reminded me ot end of that year I made eight entries I 'earn by making our income' better

photographs some pupils are thinking "Your face seems familiar-very that business man's statement. Jack in the county fair and won eight than.expenses"

REPORTERS of entering the movies othersare familiar. Where have I seen it before told about -- -
I how he started in the pour p1 izes. Jack told also how he increased I

Belly Spicer thinking of jumping into tho lake.It ?" try business, describing his first his profits from year to year
Van Bush I Is rumored that Richard Bestor I "I am a barman in a publlchouse." :year's experiences. Then he said. : and closed with this sensible state I

Merrcl LaDeMae was at the station this week, asking -(Miss) M. Browne, SChull: Co. "This first :year was just a year ot ment: SUBSCRIBE FOR -

Lily Slonc the price of a ticket. to Hoolywood.I J Cork. ." i
experience for me. I '
I I 1 have 'learned that fairs help to'
Richard Bcslor It was fun posing for our pictures.We .
II He went on to tell how he entered encourage boys and girls, and are educational ,j. <
Business Manager Van' Bush/ formed a line. 'sat in a chair, DELIGHTED -
several birds in his county fair, and I I: but they can't be depended .. -PHONE ..339
"Hold your head up, chin up, all District Visitor"I've just had a
how his birds were disqualified on : on for profits. If we club folks want.
4k light," and it was all over. Now we I letter from my son, Reggie, saying he | I

SCHOOL SPIRITOne are exchanging pictures. I has won a scholarship. I can't tell.you i

The basket hall team is headed by how delighted I am. I-" | "=;1 r.:=;;= ri: -:=11=r=-1 r="="" ______-------- ---
oC the bcfs of the ninth! grade Halson Avant, center. The probable Rustic Party-"I can understand]l'' jJLrflL.JLr. I JgJJ[ C'J .flr i. ;ajajaij J( ( @ pjppgj I : ( [C! ::r,ra_.,r;.,,, n ipg, : |,. @]!,ti_- ppj'Jr 1f-f j, jjgjpjgjggr'! ( | ] ;-

wrote a paper on school spirit which line-up for the game at Canal PointIs I your feelings, ma'am; I'felt just the j i

caused quite a bit of class discussionon Center, Avant Right Forward, when medal at t rr 9 '
: .; same our pig' won a
the subject. Suppose you think for Hooks; Left Forward. Altman; Right I the Agricultural Show." i iI i-DC k bfTLyJL M Shop
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yourself and think hard, and then tell I \ Thom J <
Guard, : i. Lowe; Left Guard, -(Miss) Nora O'Mahony. Cooinagea, a

us what school spirit really )is. In'II, as. Substitutes'Deam and Ward Rosscarbery, Co. Cork.

class one of the pupils said that it I _. --- --- I .

was school pride. If you are proud of 1 329 CLEMATIS ST. / PHONE 5850
:your school you should protect school I I I WRIGHT\/ HOME IS

said it was good !
property. Another 'r' U;[ ]= "';;''' ,
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'! Joy. Willingham has left Clewistonand
sportsmanship. A good sportsman is'. is going to school in Moore Ha DESTROYED BY FIRE r '-fl' '

a .good winner and a good loser. Someone vent J ANNUAL f1! @. ;i
else said school spirit meant ; ..
Merrel Lowe was out of school because te ;
irt 1
consideration of others. Willingnessto AFTERNOON : t
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1 of chicken at home. i
gestion help was was enthusiasm.mentiond. The Do last we have sug- Bobby Hare visited pox us Tuesday af I END SEASON SALE !L F d & ::

ternoon. Fire destroyed the home of Mr. r, n. 91; \b :; >. > f\ {fr*
enthusiasm: .? Think carefully over .
each!: of these suggestion and let us. William Hooks' saw the St. .Louis I and Mrs. F. M. Wright here Tuesday --Z-.: -r ";)t .;} 11 ::;:;,{ to.c3 8.lar.ry---,_ J

school to Browns play in Palm Beach Sunday. !afternoon. The cause of the fire was. y
know! what spirit means 1
you.: i The Woman's Club and the GardenI ; from the explosion of an oil heater .------ ..

I Club met at the school house Friday. in one of the rooms. When the fire
Consisting of New Stock ofMen's ..
a Spring .
Dr. Bourne talked on the production I was discovered the entire house was '
I I of new varieties of sugar cane and covered In flames. The fire depart- High Grade Standard Lines of '

I Captain Duff discussed the tree ment responded promptly but wasI

Clewiston's" first basket ball game planting on the highway. I unable to save anything. Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Lug- ,- ,

made a big stir last Thursday" The i Francis Wright is without a home; I THis was the first home destroyedby gage. .

boys played a good game, even though his burned to the ground on Tuesday. fire in Clewiston since the Gus ,

they did not win. They made the Ca- (I Miss Petteway's room had the McGhee home burned' over. a .year 1rOT 0s7 $35 T rS9Uc Di
nal Point boys work for their points. chapel program on Monday. They ago. Clewiston has been fortunate in

Canal Point made the first goal and initialed the new stage. The play was .I not having any serious fires during : :;" ""' .."." -". ....
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work harder.
this made Clqwlsttfn "Care of Library Books." It showed the winter months. The only buildings
t 1il/ I
They tied at the end of the first quar- :I j 1 1I
how we should treat our library books ever destroyed in this city were the c!:::>
ter with a score of 4 to 4. Canal ,i and how we shouldn't. I.' Gus McGhee home and -the Harvel

Point broke the tie, ,Clewiston made a r'!| We had a'' big pep meeting last Peed; Company. Both of these have I sM New Spring shades of tan and grey unfinished OI

basket the score stood even for some ,, Thursday before the We '1 been rebuilt.It '
game. prac
the'' I worsted and flannels. -.- :.: ) / \\ o o,
when ,
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time. The score was to -
ticed songs and yells and. made 30big I I is not known the amount of damage ;

second half began. Clewiston began 'I I racket.: done by the fire but all of the SPECIAL : -: 7M'5, 12 -

to tire, the score at the beginning of I Many town people came to see Ir I I I Clewiston Company houses are covered -. y : :;:' 'fo> ,. (
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the fourth quarter was 10 to 6. Clew- '. .Clewiston try to beat Canal Point. I by insurance. 5' : : f."f ;
iston made more'basket and the I'I : :
one Roy Green has ordered a new bas- $ 9o ,1
game ended with Canal Point 18 and \ =I 4J. '
ket ball to-be paid for'with the meney : S
Clewiston 8. rCaptain j' earned by seventh'and eighth !
Avant substituted Deam for I

Thomas in the second quarter, Ward !i gra.The es.boys will start practicing baseball ;: I Ii u

took Altman's place in. the last quar- [ on Sunday. GLADYS PADGETT

ter. Avant made two baskets, Hooks :; On St. Patrick's Day Father Finne- I ti SPORT si
and Altman one. Canal. 'Point j Mrs. Jess Lee and Mrs. W.: H.I I
one %an gave us a most Interesting talk I i :
I Swango had a sfiglit accident on cor-
played a fair game. The girls with fr
"on ,the: geography, history and peopleof i
Roberta cheer leader made i' ner of Ave. A and Main St. No one I lit All $]5 and $17.50 Sport Coats, in -
George as Ireland his native land. I
was navy blue, royal blue, tan and gfey : *
a Terrible noise. | Mrs. Stewart to'her husband: "Your aged'I
uhn i i unfinished worsteds l tI :;::,;: .,
Canal Point for :
Plan to to "
go puit look
rusty. i iii
I IIf. The town of Belle Glade has purchased !
double header. Thursday. March 26. j j i :\ Stewart: "Well the tailor said SPECIAL //I\ 't

The girls have started to practice and -it woil'l' wear 'like iron. a type 20 American La France ,
intend to make Canal Point work. I; fire truck: The volunteer firemen are
.I i|. The best grades in first grade this ii $12.45
enthusiastic[ on they ]1
--- ear'ned I I very practice '
week were by Dicky Owen, ,
.J I cordially. invite the public to watch .''.c
BOY Gus Cantrell.. Jimmy Bethea, Martha ,
-.---- I Harris and Runnell McGhee. the 'i. i' I $20.00 SPORT jJ
I Mrs. Alvin Kentchman and Mrs. A. J !III .
scouts turned out fine last Friday I i In second grade the best readers i D. West Palm Beach .. COATS $16.75 l ; ,. .<, .
Dixon vent to
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scout master.
did the
and so were Julia Oslesby, Dick Patterson! j t# .
: shopping last Wednesday; ...
talked on games and how to play Margaret Waldron. In the third grade I f .
scout ; I Mrs. C. A. Cox has returned home Y I' $25.00 SPORT
them. Next meeting some
the best readers were J. D. Hooker, i'
training will start. Mr. Frank Cothern James Hines and Letha Mae Walls. ; from visiting:: In West Palm Beach. i trw COATS $19.75 :. : '.; .
Mr. Iub'o'no Mr. Alfred lItis- il
promised to take the scouts on a trip j i. The best writers in the room were 3. I _'
key of Canal Point and Miss Gladys j i 1. 0 ,
weeks. Mr. ; ;
to the woods in a few
Ralph Thomas, Louis Leiter and Dick:
Eeardsley visited the meeting. Come I i I Patterson. '. Padgett and Miss Verni.| Swango of j _-..__J: : --_.__,_,. n __ ----_ _-LII ------- ,- --a.

8 o'clock at the school Belle Glade attended the show in.
tonight at
In Miss Petteway's room spelling
house. i Palm 'Beach Tuesday evening. j i: SPORT PANTS Linen Pants and Knickers
[ records were made by Martha\ Nell C. II
I I I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mr. and! I
-Alston Owen Winn, Roberta Spicer, I r: All $7.50 and $8.50 All 1 $4.75 and
i i __' i I Mrs Lawrence Will were visitor Ito ;'
GIRL SCOUTS. James Lang, Francis Wright, uuiy II III IIPr II .
Owen and Dan Beardsley. The best West Palm Beach Sunday 'evening. 'JJ I Pr PANTS . S6.45 I Values . $3.95 ."f.<
:Mr.: Earl Smith of Beach '
Girl scouts met at school Friday readers were Bernice.. O'Neal. Dan l All $10.00PANTS, All 1 $3.50Values
and Miss Mattie Dixon of West Palm 4t.
afternoon. Miss Dowd of West Palm The-rdslev. Louis Morgan, Betty I I
Beach conducted the meeting. Patrol hooks T,eRev' Hare. Francis Wright. Beach were'illor'' at tho home orMr i'm; 1 . $7.45 . . $2.95 .I t \:
: A. D. Dixon Sunday afternoon.Mr. I I
corners were called} and we discussed Owen Winn, Roberta Spicer. In arithmetic z
and Mrs. Lee Rawls have
plans for the future, played several : the sharks: were Dart Beards I -
and adjourned. Those present moved to one of the houses just finished : .,.._.....-. ,." SHIRTS 'DOBBSHA TS
games ley. LeRoy! Hare, Billy Owen, James -'" .
: by -Mr. Walters. I .-, .""I.:" Eagle Shirts"' and Phillips- Jones I Newest styles and shape sin .
were Evelyn Hare, Betty Spicer Joy LPHST. Violet Belhea and Bernice ::;.: : I light
Chief of Police of Belle Glade arrested -, rl.' '' I Van Heusen Collarite Shirts'' weight Felts. Panamas.
; in solid
Willingham. Mary Bush, Lily Murel ; O'Neal.' : i I. Leghorns l'.,

Wynn, Ardene Jeffries. Betty Hooks. (]i. In fifth and sixth grades these )pu- Bill Jone, colored, for possessing : ?-1 -j: )'j 1A I5' color broadcloth and imported I and Sennits.

Mildred\ Ward. Lois Walls,' Roberta :. ails had 100 per cent in spelling ofr moonshine whiskey.' He made. :I I \ : ;lll 1/'/ madras. All $5.00 HATS ........................ $3.9= .

Spicer and Mae Lily Stone.HORIZONTnL .. !!i I tin week Elva Alston, Bob Beards- bond of $150. ji j ;1 dk'} !t I 1 1/ .,1 $1.95 and $2700" SHIRTS ..... .. $.69 All $6.00 HATS: ................. ...... $4.85 .

ley, *Dorothy Bethea. Carl Lucksing- ''i A. Williagton. of Belle Glade has I I !? ,, "y $2.50: SHIRTS .......................... $2.19 I All 10.00 HATS' .............?... $8m75F

CHAMP or. Trevlyn Molts. Ralph O'Neal;' Rose been missing since Saturday nlgh.t. i[;:." Y41.T < $."..00 SHIRTS ........... ................ $2.45 i $3.00 Dobbs CAPS ............. ...". $2.45'<*

i Marie Luckslnger, Bobby Patterson His coat, hat, gun and car were t' j! $3.50 Dobbs CAPS .................... .$2.S5',
:: round between Belle Glade and South I All! Other Shirts Reduced j All
Marvin, the boxer: Dr. Simmons, I and: Harold IJanc: 1 I I Other Flats and Caps Reduced
Lay He has not been found. '
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can't sleep a wink. 1 Junior "High School folks got their --.---------"...- ......
Mrs. H. Stenson of Belle Glade has i : --:----- ; ----
Dr. Simmons: You must practice for the month. Two pupils, -- -
reports returned home from Miami where she E1NECKWEAR g I
autosuggestion a little. Why not lie :Varoii Avant and Roy Green are on r PAJAMAS
has been visiting her mother. Hand made Neckwear in ]
on your back, relax, and count slow- IT:' honor roll Neither has less than 1 Special Lot of 50c and 75c
i Miss Gladys Padgett, Mr. Sam Ber 4 effects and solid}
: smart, neat !
ly up to ten.BOXING. \ Good In any subject. E's In arithmetic i 1 Special Lot of Solid Sox. 35c Pair; '!'
Mrs Thelma Franklin
were given to "Roy Green and E. ry. Mnnrt -13 co'ors. 'coirs in broadcloth "..... ........ ...... $1.451 3 Pairs .......................... $1.00 :
and ilaurhfer. Lois of Indiantown. TIES .. ........... 83 I
TOURNAMENTThe ; TJ. Bethea.'E's in history went to Lily -1 $1.00 ::,.;Reg. $1.95 Pajamas .............. .. ...... $l.69fRrez Reg. 50c SDX ........... ..... .. 44c ;
went fishing! along the St. Lucie ca- TIES .............. $1.29, .
I; Mure Wynn, Roy Green and Junior t $1.50 : :: $2.53' P53amas ....... .. "..... $2.19 Reg. 7oc SOX: .............:.... 64c "'\.

boxing tournament I Is fairly Thomas. Roy Green had the only :E, nol Sunday. All other neckwear redu d Reg. $3.00 Pajamas .. $2.45.UNION Rep. $1.00 SOX .......... 84c a.'
Mr. E L.T>orl ;cft went to West -- !
well started, a few matches have been Cn Eneltsh. Joy WiTlingham had :E inAgriculture. J AM other Sox and Golf Hose -
Palm Bench Tnosdav on business. BATHING SUIT I
pulled off. The fights are held in the ,, SUITST Reduced -G,
auditorium I ---- .. *5 RnfVns; Snits :.. ....,. $3.95, ., r!
on the new stage at 12:30: r*-i TVo.flnesday :Mis Williams room \
r/'' ." .... ...... .
$ Earning Suits 54.95S UNDERSHIRTS <
every day. There is room. for every visited the sugar milli What Is Good For The I, 3 I BEACH ROBES 1 .
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one. i The Molo::y class i is worldng'on a Y t
Farmers Is Good For Us TRUNKS i SHORTS I i Flannels and Silks U
Tuesday! G. H. Houze [fought. to a: i collection of local wild flowers G1

draw with James Winn" In"a three :; Tlio M'I'rr.1tlh1rp.!: clc9 plans to visi I -- -' I ?3 00 Values ......: ..... ". $2.45t{31.00; :Union Suits ........... ......... .... SfisJ i HAL FFRICE :

round bout The matches scheduledfor ;i it ho dairy on Monday. .I The editor of a well-known Southern tf- 53.50, $3.75a.lues\ S 2.9ii! $t.50 Union Suits .... ....... ... ......... $1.29.- -- I

this week include Bobby Patter-- j That faculty play is going to be farm paper recently quoted a --------.-.----.. --..." -.- F 11 fi5? Undershirfs: and Shorts ........ 49cv.r5r ."
-- ALL
fon vs Don Deam, G. H. Houze vs gooH. Mrs. Stewart is the wild Irish statement. by a business man which !I' *. and I S5c values 1 .............. ....... .... 69ci' : .

James Lang, Bill Deam vs Monnle [ vn::". HP'''* vfl'i' P'IO' is we can only : minht colt be taken to heart! by farm- ,.(1 ALL REDUCED RAINCOATS: !;I 1.\11 $'.00 Values:: .. ............ .... .. ..... 88s I REDUCED ;

Coleman and several other good I i J'T"6?. but we know she can clog. 'I I ers everywhere. "It is my rule." said t..J_ ._ .-._. .. ..._. .... _._,____-_. ......,._..._.. .j... ,.-__. _. _......-....__.___..__ti.'";I,----- ,/,
fights. t, -r- this business man, "to make every ;= ;:; ;;; ;;; ; --- ;; .r< ;C-:;; 6. .a.-1 "

---- t i JOKES COPIED FROM THE piece of work or every business transaction is This >is< a.store '/ide'saI-a that we ho Id at the End of the Season-and :,'
in of two
one ways.
Either Is Is a success and pays me 1 '
---- all ether items net mentioned sehrsecl.
are r
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I Kometlivno in dollars and cents
I Luther: Here rorr">s she parade] nhd The lawyer had adopted a rather : ; or

Jewel will miss it. Where Is she? unpleaasnt tone in questioning the else it is a failure and pays me soo $? G i

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-i (terminating Saturday, March 28th) : ,' (April 9th until the clos inclusive
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THE CLEWISTON the state and satisfy every county OFFERS SOLUTION LEGAL NOTICE

and state official in the state of Flor- ,
Published every Friday at ida. (Continued from page 1)) IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEN- q
Clewlston, Florida. DRY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
It has been the purpose of'these
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher reports to show the tax payerswheretheir public expenditures and pass a few

money is being spent, yet at the pieces constructive legislation per- WEIR KILBY
a cor- rf t;
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- I same time COlt nty officials are being fecting our present taxation system, poration. I If

Iston, Florida, as second class matter. satisfied[ with the thought that whatever I and then adjourn, the development Complainant 1

SUBSCRIPTION RATES is done will not effect their 'ey- and growth that we have had' in the .... 'vs U
enue. past will sink into insignificance as I THE )f ; \\,' II

One Year ........................................ $2.50 I A good many county officials are compared to that which we will have a SOUTHERN corporation SUGAR COMPANY : ( : ,

Six Months ...........,........................ 1.50 receiving the same compensation to- future. I I \
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Three Months ............."T.............;; .75 day that they received during the I I' 1 have every confidence in the happy I .. Pure Guernsey Milk><

boom. This is' true in the larger termination of this situation. I J
counties of the state. The smaller from theCLEWISTON
have confidence in the members
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount every Noli" o is herhy given that on Monday
county officials are hardly making a of the governor's cabinet. who Maich 23. IDol, at 10 o'clock A. -
for plates. No special position living: and unless the state makes understand! it. some of whom have I M., the complainants in the above ;I II COMPANY

guaranteed. All advertising copy some kind of financial arrangements been in harness for more than a third !' entitled cause will apply to the Hon. DAIRY

must be in this office on Wednesday regarding the salaries of tho officialsof Gco. W. Whitehurst, Judge of said
members of the
... lof a century. The i Court, at his office in Fort
before issue of paper. the smaller counties good men will /1 i; 333
legislature are conservative and desirous Lee County, Florida, for an allow- .f/ Sugarland Highway Phone

not seek these responsible positions. of doing that which is best forth 1 ance on account of fees for the complainants' j = = = =- .:: = = ::. : :: : :: =::-=:-=':::-=::=
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MAKE OR BREAK Here is a fair example of the state. And I believe rile memberswill solicitors therein, and will -- .

conditions of the smaller countiesof be dominated in their deliberations at said time and place request that i I I 'I:.,yO; "'--c -4r.&n-: -, r.-n &fJHii1; OriLJI such allowance bo made and the Receivers
the state and what they have been I
And now the Tampa Tax Commission i by that thought and policy that of The Southern Sugar Com-
doing to try to keep the large land has built the ,magnificent structure AN AMAZING OFFER
Is in favor of a sales tax forFlorida i pany ordered to pay the same.

If the two tax Commissions I, owner and others satisfied and in a of this state that we have, and that SHEPPARD & CLEMENTS,
mood to their taxes without complaining Solicitors for Complainant.
of the state could get together in two pay they will not per tit It to be demolished '
I about high assessments and 6-13-20 If Not i Satisfied Mcney Refunded
years, what is going to happen in by dreamers, unsuccessful men
millage. In 1926 the valuations of'
Tallahassee next month when the with socialistic 'ten'dencies, so-called
Hendry county as shown by tho Tax sonic HOSE
tax experts. and those that have
legislature meets? I don't belive the I
legislature can get together in ninety I Assessor's books were: 1927, 3o52.- information but little understanding From the 20-foot well which he'

I 537; 192S, $2,539,675; 1929, 2803.831; fjl the subject. ,drilled with a post-hole auger at his
days and do the impossible towardreducing
state taxes. I 1930, 2,185,630.. I thank the press of the tate fdYso home in Neodesha, Kan., 17-year-old Direct byMaill 39cLADIES PAIR: Every PairPerfect

I Hendry county has reduced' the state- Russell Grokett. the of small
The question to be solved is "Not kindly having published my by use a -
l valuations since 1920 $1,166,907 and wilts and for having: so generously hand pump, has brought to the sur- I
more revenue but cutting the expense :
of the state government." If taxes are the: millage accordingly.A treated them. 'I face more than 200 gallons of oil. 3 FOR $1.00

not being paid today on account ot great deal of the small property PETER O. KNIGHT. -
owners let their property default .
insufficient funds how on earth are' shark which attacked him while he
and it as sold to the state. the large '
the people going to carry additional BITS OF WISDOM was swimming at Brisbane, Australia Longwear 'Dull Finish Fashioned
oners paid their taxes each year un-
burdens. I 18-year-old; Stanley Boser jammeda
tii 1930 when they failed to take advantage Service Weight
Several committees are advocating When a recipe calls fcr sugar and thumb i in the eye of the man eat-
of the early discounts.It .
cutting out the Hotel Commission and flo.r: instead of moistening the flour ing fish and it retreated.So ,
'I' seems unfair to the large property COLORS"Duskee
State Game and Fish Department. with water or milk, stir flour and "

Both of these departments are ope- :I' taxes owners year after to year keep while paying the small their sugar together in the dry state. Thenno hard and tough was the steak ,- Blon Dare Naive Nude Sun-

rating within their own revenue and ones go in default and enjoy the same lumps will be seen. which a Pittsburgh (Pa.) butcher tan Mode Basque Brown Gun Metal
do not receive one cent from state hurled at the head of the bandit who
privileges as the large owners.
Black White Sable Mirage.
taxes. This is not a local conditions but When spreading:: butter on sand- attempted to hold him up that the -

Some wise guy feels like he is fooling is true of every small county in the wiches or toast,_ do not try to soften robber was knocked unconscious.A .

; the people if he begins to cut de- state. Many of which have already defaulted the butter, but heat a silver knife by Sizes 8 1-2 to 10

partments and is saving the taxpayers on their bonded indebtedness placing it in boiling water. The difficulty giant lobster, which weighed
money. This is not true with 24 1-2 Postage prepaid when payment f
and interest funds. They are unableto is overcome at once. pounds and measured 4 feet in

these two departments and they are. meet their obligations'and the length, was caught just off :Montauk .:" '- accompanies order.

the most valuable in the state. I in Point by Capt A. O. Lawrence
present Tax Commission has failed::: Nothing else sweetens vessels of

: Why not dig info the other depart to give a single solution to this problem. which milk has been kept so well as New London, Conn.Africa's :- A":; C-L: ;; HOSIERY COMPANY'
. ments that are dependent the
: upon
solution of soda and hot water -
a baking
state for and the '. 51 i Bennett Bldg. Wilkes-Barre Pa.
support are using J :
Hundreds of acres of timbei' is being in the proportion of a level tea- first transcontinental} :: ; j ,

taxpayers money to operate? The cut and large turpentine stills spoonful to 'a ,quart if warm water. way, just completed. joins Ecira on f. '

heads of these departments are wise are being operated on land that is Let the solution stand in the vessels the east coast and Lobito Bay on the I'
enough to keep the attention of the
owned by large land owners who are long enough to get cold. Pudding west coast, an intermediate distance.
legislature on various other departments of a 15-year-old negro who had been grave on the 'site of the old Roma
'of 2,650 miles.In .
in default with their taxes for many dishes or pots and pans which have
' ,' in Tallahassee. felonious assault. settlement, near Frankfort, German
charged with
years. They are still .enjoying the been burned :are easily cleaned this I
If Governor Carlton can rally the I revealed that kissproof lipsticks an
fruit or' the land without paying way. a Hamilton (Ohio). court, a negro -
members of the legislature .around their taxes and helping to keep the I jury required only 30 minutes to The contents of the ancient vanity all shades' of face paints }v..J'.r jis

'.. him and put across a progress pro counties in which they are. making Before. leaving: cereal: in a double I II i return a verdict of guilty in the case box which was recently found in a by the Roman women 1,500 V r agi
:: gram during the next legislature he \ f
.' this profit, progressing. boiler over night turn a cup of cold |I
:: is sure to become the next state Senator J I I

,t'' ,' ,- from Florida. This next legislature This the is legislature a serious problem can work and out unless hard water,crust over forming it. This will on top.prevent In the a I|: '>'1IIII11AfIlllllflllllll(111111IIIIIIIIIIlIIIlIIIHItl13l111 f f !!!! I f ( f !!! { II 111lilfl.ilIIllllllIIli1llilllllfllIfliIilillllllllllIILII(f f!': J )i I; !{! !I ( {!!{ ((111111))III

1; will either make, or ruin his '
present some kind of a solution to meet this morning the water may be turned off
' ,' i
problem many of the smaller counties reheated.prosperity I'
. before the cereal is -
; The state of Florida is facing the i
' : will be bankrupted during the
, same problems that face the United I
:. next two years. What we need is not ". .
;f" -' States Senators. Practically every HriiUonal taxes but some means by to Florida." .'... ..... ,.. t ,

f.:?: county in the state has. defaulted on I which we can force the payment of a delegation of New York interests :
I' bonds and interest. little tax .
::; Very legitimate' tax and keep the counties headed by Hamilton M. Wright, Sr., Now In Full
\ has been collected by the various -
: money Progress
in Florida in a good financial shape a vice-president of the Florida State .
i counties. Most of the large taxpayers
Chamber of Commerce will attend
::. are waiting to see just what
the conference. "A united effort to-

...... :,: will happen in the legislature. If ad- GOVERNOR TO TALK ward national advertising is urgentat ': '
- ..: I
ditional burdens added to the
are this time", said Mr. Wright. "Strin. F '
<,. present financial one they are sure to t ; KERMANSI
.<,,: default. TO ADVERTISING gent economy programs inaugurated .
I" by individual l communities have cur- ': ..
". There could be a consolidation of tailed Florida budgets .
,' advertising .
,"'',... : .. various 4 departments in Tallahassee MEN AT MIAMI more than ever before. A statewide I i ,'.: ;-. \
: which would save the state money .
I effort will greatly assist and supile-; .
' :
:1: and reduce tho state taxes but any I ment the activities of Florida communities JS '

('. -,' members of the legislature that goes Meeting>l Set For April I without in any way interfering 1il .' .

< : to Tallahassee am] r ccomme11( & the |I with their efforts."
F. '.. ., cutting of the 10th; Backed By State :. '
any department or per- Mayor John T. Alsop, of Jackson- CLEAACOF .
.-. sonnel of that department will he the Chambers.
.; ; villa has joined the forces of the

r".:..'I most unpopular man in the capitol. Conference Committee and is lendinghis

::: The eyes of Florida will turn to I JACKSTNVILLE-After a year of support to the plan. He will be a P--

;' '" Tallahassee next month and :watch : and organization work a na- the <
surveys speaker on conference program.
L : with interest the outcome of the nextsession I'' tion wide advertising plan for the "This is an excellent plan" Mayor PALM BEACH

;,,' of the legislature. State of Florida will be discussed
"' at Alsou said, "Flor/fla needs such an
b. The only suggestions we have I 1''an' open forum meeting to be knownas e'fort today.: We in Florida are comparable AND! WEST PALM BEACH

F\' heard so far is creating some means the Florida National Advertising j I to a large factory stocked 1 ; ;;' / ,

t;" .. of additional revenue for tho state.I Conference at the Columbus Hotel, with salable merchandise. People ,.
< .,..
: ;, ,
"ft". .J. I I :.. .'
.. What we need is to cut the present Miami, Friday, April 10.: Hon. G. G. want it and would buy it if they .If," : -

revenue and get back to normal. I.Ware, of Leesburg, president of the knew where to get It. It is advertising I' ..'.-: ,' --" ". .'",..''.- ',- .'
.. I, Florida State Chamber of Commerce I'I and nothing more that will\ soil )Mori. .\:...::''. .:; ". ; ,
, WHO'LL TAKE THE LEAD today issued a call for a general meeting 'iI} Wo. need three times as many .-

r f.: '--. I of representative business and tourists as we are now getting and

{," '. ,' Obeservers in 'Vashin ton:are asking j professional men, city, county and we need them the year round." 1
;' themselves the question, who will i I state officials, industrial leaders, In making the. call"' for' the conference STORE WIDE REDpCnONS ,

f..", take the lead among the Progressives newspaper executives and prominent !!I" President_ Ware- of the State

r. ? The four 'best brains among friends of Florida. Chamber of Commerce, made" the following -

r.: the Progressives are Borah, Norris, I I Tho plan to be presented at the comment: ; "Florida has! always -

t-:. LaFoTlettee and Cutting. Borah)is 6"5 ,, conference has received the endorsement attracted the* attention of caps' i FROM TO.

'.._ and Norris 70, while Cutting of New 1.,I of Governor Doyle E.. Carlton, tal. Rccont yeras have brought mat I %) %

y':( York has to be careful of his. health. ,; Thomas::: A. Edison. B.irron a, Co'lt'or, o r'ai advancement .In Florida's varied ) ,

.,';" Collier's concludes that LaFolIette is H. N. Rodenbaugh, F. D. Mooney. Dr. :. f' :!lrl*! of activity. This advancement I'

.::,;. .1 therefore the most likely: leader "be Bnrdette G. Lewis, Joe H. Gill JohnK. !t ''Ti<5 ,brought. into:the, state many millions I fJ : :

cause his mind is still fresh enough Toner, Howard Selby, David Sholts' of dollars' from outside sources. JK"t

-:;-'. to contribute to the formation of a Terrean A. Dann, E. G. Sewell, E. M. :.I This money has allowed great expansion :
i ,
;.. program. ;! S' rling.. Joseph T. Fanning, C. II. : in Florida and today it is essential

!I| Heed l', Scott M. Loflin, Carl ''Brorein I that Florid atako advantage ot

K:_ : A QUESTION FOR THE STATE TAX Lorenzo A\ Wilson E F. Hitch, Sen. f this growth through the medium of" Y

V r... COMMISSION TO STUDY I Alfred A. Wags, George H. Baldwin, I increased population, industry: and aj '--: b .

, Jules Burguieres: William L. Wilson.J j .: T'lrnl rlpvolor/iri .nt. I bel'o"ea I .c'll ....___.- _-...-___,.- _
During the past two years wo have |,;J. E. Cook, Walter P. Andrews John 1I I plan of national advertising upon a i I
iI '
:. been reading with Interest the'various T. Aesop) Jr, Harold' Colee and many I statewide basis is i an economic proccodure I '

.... reports of the two lax Committeesover I others. Industrial instlutions in the I : and should i-pcei.'e 1.h" .cn?- i ; .:{
. '
the sluto. One headed by PerryG. j North witfi j Urge interests in Florida, port of nM! sections of Florida. Special Today)
Wall and the other by Peter CLKniqht. 1 ir-:"'>minent stnte and national person-< The program of the conference is t ,

.' Roth distinguished gentlemen ; alUies together with executives. of b
:'. of Tampa and* well posted on the financial I steamship lines :and railroads are of Havclcl Col-e. of St. Angus tJ 46 FLANNEL: ONE' cr.OUP CF

conditions of tho state and i purporting the plan. tine, chairman of. the State Chamber 1

,various counties. j I Governor; Carlton has accepted the Advertising-'and Putv!! : Committee; JACKETS DRESSE 2 FOR Ia1ochanges$5.95'p
Each commission! hs' made suorgestionn I Honorary of UIP Con- '
Chairmanship Pa'ph G Grnscfic'1'L er':'r.Ll :r:r.nacc.:

; and nre note oftevinc; solutionsto ,: f""eur'T find is urging; all citizens of of the State ore' T4n j : \rth'ir >'. No Refunds '

the problems that will face the t t''IA state to attend the me' ting. In Berkley} a.l1 TDOS; A. :Moauneny: rep- r; .

next legislature.:' Some of these solutions I arr-optin tho chairmanship Governor relenting the Stale Chamber National No Charges 4

nnd suggestions have boon in- Carlton nkl. "I have urged a state- Advertising! and ruhr'IT t;mm"il I.

teresting. Politics has played its partin { vMf alvcl'li5in program for Florida Special rates. and accommodations for

thfo sports! Yet wo have a single -". tvn ,.,.;. _
> -c it will he paramount in the conference will be announ:: d ; '

,report to TVU! and study that will hr'r'! 'iivr d-.ont n rptur nor business vitli":: n 1Y"s': '. : ['II i :i i;;!i i i:1;:l n il3'i11''; ; ';:I'.fiiiifIlliiiiii':;'; : ::;';{ { i i Hi iiiifEllllliiiilliilli i I i llliiiIIIlilfitllilitllll} !!! !!! HIli;illm E .I 1111I1II1II1I1.iI111I i !! fli/ !



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------ --- ; i forod by ,V. C. Lord, manager of Shawn ample, some heavywool; materials = = :: -=: :: : -= :: : cC :-=:<=: _
I )no Plantation There also will be may be too weighty for a child or the ------------ -------- =t

" : cagC I cash prizes In the school children's f:'J pattern or color of the cloth may be
== ? exhibit offered by Mrs. Elbert Stewart "too old".
f/ == I LABELLE -
,(, chairman of the Clewiston Unit I .
:'.. of the Garden Club and Mrs. Willey
Mrs L A. Morgan, Jr., Phone 369 ORGANIZATION OF
; i Lyon Klngcley, of Palm Beach on >: C. LEMUEL HOWARD
." honorary member of the club. Ii
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:Mr. andIrs.. Among the many interesting ex- LEGION GOLF TEAM -:::;" =:::::: --" :-:--------------
Roy Dunawny entertained i Point were guests of Mr. and Mis. J. !
I.B "'. s"or:1" "ntrred for the show The Ray .:: Neighbors:
: gave a
at ..
bridge at their rome on Alston Stmlay.t '. j :
'o'. Wednesday night honoring their I jI i Is one of eactl! by Dr. LobJell.: of the i IS PROGRESSINGEight fit progrn ,: Monday' night at

' house perfity of Florida KxporJinoiit"! lodge hall that vas very: interesting.A
: guest. Mrs. Wilson Starnes and l io[>. Yv'sj.! t.IVilletts, Jude I
Mrs. Lawton Heirs of Fort Myers. I ''Khn I nt Belle Glnde; a table ?arevh Fong by Mis. E. E. Edward: ,
i Forbes, Erich: Ilarlllne and Klbort Members Of Local
Other guests Included Mr. and Mrs. 'I !J"1 '.it by the school children of duet by orniinc Taylor and
Forbes of South
Bay were in Clewis
(Dick Gibbens of Canal Point, Mr. r[ ton Sunday playing in the tennis j i rl< Mon; an exhibit of gerbera from I'I'I i j' Poet Arc Qualified Nell, Cornel te, Piano and guitar

t... 7 and Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. tournament. I M'o University of Florida Experimental i, For .P .Miss Ann Prosnell and Arthur Reckwerdt. }

". 7 sla'ion : R model farm exhibit a y. vo'.al FO'O, by Edward
<.. R. A. Shaw, mil Gibbens and D. O. J Laney I ;
,.'" Hatch. Mrs. Sta'rnes and Mr. Hatch Miss Ola Pelteway ?i from Brown Company at ShawauoI reading by :Miss Mlldied Rhodes,
spent Thursday I i Plantation; an exhibit from the I I solo by Edward Laney with :\IrB.John
: won' the prize for high score. Mrs.
at ]her home in Waucruln.M. The Clewiston Post of the
: Heirs and Mrs. Starnes each receiveda j Southern Sugar Company, and exhibits /I : American Poole at the piano,_ piano

'. :. guest prize. Refreshments I of unusual flowers and vegetables I Ir I. Lp.gionm soon have a golf team in by Miss AI'ce Hull and Mrs. :
,. I D. Moore motored to West Palm; the field ,according to F.
Deaue Duff, .
-.: .. ., ., ing of a salad course and iced ton Beach / from a number of communities in the'i Saunook and Arthur Reckwerdt n.,
Sunday afternoon.
I r manager of .the Legion team. Efforts
'. : t' were served. Ij nnner Glades. I I a selection on his concertina.

; j I Mrs. Kay and Mrs. Kingslcy will, are being made ty Captain Duff to I the program a social hour :
:: ...,.. was: enjoyed :
; : 1 secure matches
.)i: _. Mrs. Roy Dimaway; Mrs, Wilson Dr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Miijni I act as judges of the economy tables I Palm Beach" with Fort :Myers, and games were played. Delicious

-;.: Starnes:: .and Mrs. Lawton Heirs motored I and Dr. and, Mrs. J. C. Nowling and shadow:: boxes, these being in the lake. and other cities around refreshments were served. :

' I" to Canal Point Wednesday at- ,, awl}. daughter. Gladys, were in Clew- charge of Mrs F. Deane Duff, of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Staggers
"r :' Clewiston. Captain Duff has requested any of Plant City passed
teruoon. I is:!ton Sunday. through LaBelle
:':' I the above players to turn in to him Tuesday enroute f to Moore Haven

rl < Miss Christine Lattiraer of Wau- )rI".". R. A. Shaw returned Saturday Better Dress Materials several score -cards which will give David Owens, Roy Green and 1<
':), an idea as to the, kind of game each S Elby
>c'. ... chula was a guest of Miss Ola Pet- from Cocoa where: she has been I motored to Fort Myers Sunda 1.1

\:. teway at the Watanabe hotel last iting relatives for the past weekI ]\:."i.S-1 For better dresses' lighter weight J man can play and just what handicap V-.

ft't week. materials are appropriate, but the j he will ]have If games can be secured I MIss Alice Hull and Miss Frances

:;r.. .r Miss Ola 'PettewayIiss Christine garments should still be simple and with other Legion teams. Turner were the dinner guests of
: I easy to launder. Voile, dimity or dotted There are eight members of the local -I :Mrs. W. P. Andrews Sunday
:t : '. Mrs. Dennis Blcdsoo left Monday lttim r Bob Hancock: and Louis .
:<" Morgan Swiss would bo a good choice; post of the American Legion I ho Drew Hampton and mother, Mrs. N.
': for Georgia where' she will visit rela motored to LaBelle Saturday
A;' tives. I afternoon. organdy is dainty also, but does not I will be qualified to play on the Legion C. Hampton visited Mrs Drew Hampton

;. stand laundering. Elaborate silk team F. Deane Duff, W. C. Owen. L. at the Lee Memorial hospital in

{JJ' '-- I r Yr. Lo\\ry front btisiC3S I dresses are'ery inappropriate for';I'!j A, Morgan, R H. Hall, Roy Dunaway, Fort Myers Monday.The .
1' Mrs. J. S. 'Pipl and daughter Tampa was a '
; Pey children. If silk is used at all, pongeeor Victor Blate, Cecil Parkinson and high school boys; and girls
,: :: vieitor to Clewiston Tuesday. I I
, of West Palm Beach i
were a wash silk! should be chosen. I I Pete Wilson are the loca 1 playerswho played a return game of basket ball
.1,' guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands .
In selecting wool for dresses for belong to fie American with OkeechoUee
;;. / I Legion. Friday night in"
Major Wilson, from West :
over the week-end. She returned home golf pro, '!
- :' younger girls, softness and lightweight With eight players in the field two LaBelle.: The gh'ls"on a score ot
; Sunday accompanied Mr. Palm: Beach spent Sunday in Clew- '
by Tippey may be found in challie, wool'j foresomes can be worked out and 38 to 10. The boys were defeated 7
'. I islon.
; : and Mr. and M rs. Allhands.Mrs. I !
: ..:, batiste, cashmere or henrietta. For from these can be picked a good teamto to 8.
..i.' ": i older girls of school age, French ,I: represent the local post of the Leo "Curly" Vickers entertained a host
P. Y. Patterson, Miss Jean II' Mr. and \ hs. W. W. Hooks and : : :
,.':.: : serge, lightweight jersey or flannel gion. of young people Wednesday night
Patterson Mrs. H. A.'Bestor and Mrs c'lildies: BJta(: :l William, motored I
,. I may be used. with a dance at Hedge's corner.
Eugene Powers motored to West to West Palm Beach Sunday. I I"I
Appropriate to SeasonAt ANNOYANCE Miss Patsy Heath entertained a
Palm Beach Wednesday shop ---- ;
on a
any season of the year children number of her friends at a dance
ping trip. A joint meeting of the Clewiston While a play was in progress a la-
"!sior.M be dressed warmly enough to party Friday night given at the homeof
Woman's Club and the Garden Club dy turned in her seat and said. to a :
conserve the body heat and energy her parents; :\1)". and Mrs James
.' Fred Durgin of Tampa was in i was held at the school house Friday I man behind her:
but\ should not be weighted down Hea tho :
. CIewl'lon Thursday on business. afternoon The minutes of the previous ; .'1 hope my hat is not annoyingyou
I I ,'"' meeting were read followed by I
sary. business visitor in
.:' : :. '. Those motoring to Belle Glade to I an open discussion of plans for the f "Ft is, madam." was the reply, "for I I LaBelle Monday. I
Williams and
.: attend the 'dance on Friday night plantingand beautification of tre Even in winter, If homes and my wife wants one just like it." George Bogan of

I: '. were }Miss Frances Monroe, Miss!: righwa east of Clewiston 1 mile I school are well heated, children may (Miss) Maggie Cahill, Kilcooley, Belle.Lake Port spent tlie week-end. in La- ,
:: Christine Lattimer, Miss Catherine or' which has been pledged by the wear the heavier weight cotton, fabrics Thurles, Co. Tipperary. !
, Mrs E. L. Rogers
entertained Miss ,
Dsam Bob lI2.ncoclHorace: Houze, Conservation department. The plantIng with a sweater for warmth when '

.: Campbell Nail. Herbert Blate, H. 11. to be by the members of '''the needed, so that the clothing rail be Kathryn Deam of Clewiston, MissEv-

;"; Hall. Deter Nail, Gene Ricr. Earl' Club during the coming week. Plans I laundered more easily and frequently elyn Burchard, Miss Glen Rudd and
Mrs. J. D.
DeLaney at luncheon
>:..1 White and A. L. Hackett. were made for the nomination of officers Renovated Materials on -
.. 0 0 : Thursday. Miss Deam has been i in
: :; of the Woman'H Club for the
Because'of the smaller amount or i m Wchita, Kans. for the past three
_; "Mrs. C. 'A. Mack of Tampa spent reining pear. Dr. 13. A. Bourne gave
1 material needed children's clothe "ears attending college. :
r '. several days of this week in Clewis an interesting talk on sugar and Cap- P OWE R I I
: I ran sometimes be made from adult O p Misses Virgie and Ruby O'Bannon
ton on business. *->"ln F. Deane Duff gave a talk on I
}, : .. garments which have been discal' e.l.. l.I l. C Jess Stringer and Ben Hill motored
flit: work the local po;t of the American I

.;;; ';:.;. {./. .'.' Mrs.: J. f.Riley spent Thursday in Legion is! doing in! regard to the j I Such garments should first be ripped W to Clewiston. Sunday.
? .'- :i'' I, and, laundered carefully, and one'' :Mrs.! DolpTnis Carson and Childrenof
LaBelle on business. beautification l of the highway.
; I should be sure that the mateiiiii is : Immokalee spent the day Sunday :

1 good enough to give service that wi!. t c 0 SNPt A y vHting her mother, Mrs. Phil Yoe- :
, :Mrs. Wilson Stnrnes and Mrs. Lawton Miss Fnri fJiocnf: was hostess!; to :
S" pay for making it up. If possible oneshould mans. (
,' : Heirs of Fort Myers are visitingMr. members of, hr bildge club on Sat- ,, : : '
j .... also consider whether the material Mr. and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves '
' ; and Mrs. Roy Dimaway. -'qrt-ht} ;lit i( the( homo of Mrs. Besi t Mrs
is suited for child. For y R :: \
a ex- ; I T. Urie and C. L. Crouch
motoredto L
pt> Culhveth. MiTom Shelley and }
Fort Myers
" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunaway and 11?: A. Sh'iv received mho club prize -- I business.E. Tuesday afternoon on

guests, Mrs. Starnes and Mrs. Heirs *iul Bob Harris the cut prize. A snivl

motored to West Palm Beach Thursday E. Goodno and D. W. Small were !
course was served to tho: guests which I
,. PALM BAKERY in Fort Divers I
night. ,to attend the theater. '"lucled Mr. and }Mrs. Tom Shelley: 5 : Monday on business.Mr. I I
and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shaw, :Mr. and 'Harry Turner of j
'I Clewiston
.DIr and Mrs. F. L. Williamson Mrs. Roy Dunawaj'. Mr.. and Mrs.. W. spent Sunday in LaBelle j I I :

/<:, spent Thursday and Friday of last C. Prewitt Mrs. Charlie Minor, Miss Patronize your home industries.. Laney.as guests of Mr. and. Mrs. H. L. Dc- i I .

,' week in Lalce Worth. J.imyo' Williams, Miss Frances Mon- f
Mrs. I I
:" ', rno. Dr. Ezelle, A. W. Sins, Bob Harris Drew Hampton Is recovering ,

,'. ." Mr. and Mrs "J. Lawton Sims and and A. L. Hackett. J. NLSON> front ci recent operation at the Lee .I
':: l Memorial hospital in Fort Myers. II
children, Jane and Louise, of Canal I
-- I The first annual flower show the .U: "Mrs. J. D. DeLaney and Mrs. E. L.

; : The fI -Y. ';";!.l '" r-f.;,{ ''''''' .rur* ,'J'TDh.. 1 Rogers were Fort Myers visitors 'I i !) :
BEST Gray HairRemedy I Upper Clades: Farm and Garden Club r (Signed) Elbert L. Stewart.I .

will! be held In the Legion Hall nt 0 .
- is HomeMade r Belle! Glade! en March 21-22. From -'" L : ..., ......
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To half'pint of water add I 3-30: P. M to 11:00: P. M. on Satur- : :; -: ,: : : ', :'::: :, -===- ;<'l=

oneouncebayrumasmallbox .day and 10: A. M. to 7: P. M. on : 5
of Barbo 1 Si 0I
Compoundand Sunday A small admission of 25 S -.5
one-fourth: ounce of I __ 5 :
.::0'. glycerine. Any druggist r'\nts\ will be char ed. The Shawano I ... -- .- ", ,

:::/ can put this up or you can Or"hPc"> will furnish music on Saturday : vALUBS I I' J !
. : \ mix it at home at SPECJIAL i J .:
. very night.Vii1 -. : -
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little cost. Apply to the I
)KtfW'P hair twice a week until & -- for '. .' . -

the desired shade is ob \ ] more Finn 7n prizes to be

tained. It will gradually darken glanced winners In the first. annual at TRUCK] WNmRS I 4
'. etreaked.faded or gray hair and make 1 soft ; .
:.,: vrlll f'nv.'cr -si'ow of the Upner Glades .
and glossy. Barbo not color the scalp .. : '
,. ia not eticky or greasy and doc not rub oIL Fnvw- and, Garden Chi]), opening Sat- ; '

" nivlay afternoon. in Belle Glade 'O\"- r i THICI{ '

ar' ;srrnv/ers: will have much to rpur j I NASS1V A HOME AWAY FROM HOME

: .. <]1v,I" ontr'es'' The rrirrv rill ''''''sist'Ir \ "!READ 1 I '

... ;;7 f> .r (':1<;11 awards( ,. horticultural] hooks: IOpo// "\ "- DOUBLE,
'. -:.. --c v ::::: 111't.\ n"" fli"i 50 pieces of Imported II i
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'\":it I'V.Trhf: *? 'ntfr vrns Contributed} ( (, ... f1ft 4 ? ..,11. }:, .: = :; ,1 I
ft. by lIJ'Q'fcmthwortlf, of the Wiltbankvtorv : :f} -
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in PIm Bpnch.Plans .- ,, ... :'...,..." .;...,\ ,
NOOf' 6 1 for the show, which opens at i .'.yO':.;.;. .:;t"w.-'-" ._ _, :._.......- ..' !'>.:.::..........4..l.' ...... .\ I 11\, .

't. S ; 3:30: o'cior:1Saturday:: : afternoon in the i-p .z?'ts'4&i&&sf ':":", ".'r.r J

) 0 (t I American Legion Hall are. practically ; 3K'' ,'ffi3&.71' > 0 S AS7 5 X \il7EWICTftN "."...,.,., .,'..'...'C.fJ ..:_... You can get a i'oom and board at our.hotel l that t
.':'" '.' .; 1 IP YOU SEND ", complete and a wide range of interesting ; > > ', .,, .t ,

:--.. THEM TQ'---_ 0 exhibits is promised. Saturday 7,6V CtIJtr lEJi, '\ ';i \ g / : will make you feel at home.

r'!'':ht an added feature of the show /I' 1F iHFt HW s .... I '" J .
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r'.- will be an orchestra. The show will ? ; \ I .

: : THE CLEWISTON be open Sunday from 10:30 o'clock: ,mill' ; .' .IW\i. ,. -' ,.

until 7 o'clock. I

""s1-: :.::.:: : LAUNDRY CO. Cash awards will be distributed as I iLti 1Y'I' J i ;: I. I ... ',;:.: ..

,', c,: follows: First prize for the best ar- ;I' r r :. :' :- : '

:: '.'. :', .. We will save. quite a bit in your ranged market' basket of vegetables I .'
: :
to ho judged GO per cent on quality] 1 I ,

\ yearly outlay for collars and shifts -..nil 10 per cent on arrangement $5; 'I ,;; '

r; ,;. .' because, the careful laundering that Second prize. $2.KO; Most interesting 'I,Iexhibit. ,/ i S S'S, H'

In show $5; Best arranged ( ; :

:r... :' we do allows your personal linen to vase of cut flowers 250. These i inrizes \]I1Tll : : '

>,"'. c RST-; arc }being offered by Mrs. Ala I: EiY : WATANABE HOTEL
serve you, faithfully and well for
.. frcd G. Kay, of Palm Beach, honorary 1 I

5 longer period of time.LAUNDRY. president of the Glades organization j '

First prize for tho best display or' ht RS.CLAUDE DOWNS. Managergy .

;, : CLEW mixed roses, three stems, $2.CO!: ; Best I I '
: TON I I'
.: display of pansies, $2.50; these being '.. : '

inc. offernd bv Mrs. O. B. Brown, of the : '

ELPASO! AVE.G_SAN BOMITA ST. : Prowu Company, developers of ShaM' iiTi&uiixjlS MftTft r COMPANYS .. ------- -= :: I

< tio Plantation. Best
; arrangement
CLEW/STON FLORjDA "f flowers I r .. -
I in two colors, $2.50; Best

df-r liv or FnopdraTona:
Rfour sncs ito Laundry mixed colors, ': l

twelve stems, $2.50. these of- ,, ,, ,_ ? 7p
being -' "" -": 'n 'i"
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LIVING, AT HOME, OLD Recently,.when the Rumanian townof Hendry county sold 64.000 gallons LABELLE WORKER LEADSIN I morous reports during this campaign possibl can-see that she gets yours. '.
YET NEW PLAN, HELPS Goorovesti had Its first movie show I I of gasoline during the month of February of people not getting their paper, and\ Following is the standing:

FARMER AVOID WORRY peasants who had never before seena it was learned from a report NEWS CAMPAIGN when we looked over our records we Miss Jewel Lowe ...................... 312.000
'- movie became so alarmed when a mailed from the Department of Agriculture found their name had never been Miss Bonclle Slone .......?........... 312,000
Well, at last it seems that we are locomotive on screen appeared to be yesterday. (Continued from page 1)) turned in, or had just been turned in Miss Elsie Hare ............?.......... 275,000
calling It modern progress tl make headed toward them, that they rushedfor that week, when In reality It should Mrs. Pete Wilson ..........._... ........ 200,000 \Kt,..
our living at home and live there, the the doors and many persona were WILLIAM OVEROCKER GRAVELY your spare minutes for an automo have been turned in a week or two L BELLE t. f r ,

oldrtime way. I've always said that injured in the wild scramble for BORN MARCH 15 AT FORT MYERS bile. It will be -a very profitable"wayto before. Please cooperate with us and Mrs. Annette DeLaney........... 250.000

farmers ought to grow food for the safety. spend your spare time for the next help eliminate these complaints.So Mrs. Edna Alison ?............,......... 60,000
family and feed for the livestock, and few weeks. Not ,every day do we let's get together for the next Miss Ethel Royer ............,.,......,.. 70,000
that these things should come, first To sofen dry coconu for use in Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gravely, of La- have the opportunity of owning an three weeks and do our best work of Mrs. Vivian Howard .................... 40.000
and cash crops second. cake frosing steam it in a clean cloth automobile lust for five weeks spare the entire campaign. I Mrs. George. Fool.................... 350,000
Brad- over boiling water. Belle, announced the birth of a baby time. There are lots of people in this : Felda ..,.... 45.000
Just the other day I heard a The. past week was one of many Mrs. N. M. Taylor, .1
boy born Sunday, March 15th, at the county who Have worked hard for
ford County farmer tell over the'ra- changes. Saturday found one or two BELLE GLADE

dio how he had lived at home for 27 Fort Myers Hospital. The baby has more than two years and are still running on bad ground but Monday Miss Gladys Padgett ........,....... 260.000_ .

years. He started, with nothing, has SUBSCRIBE FOR been named William Overocker working. morning they were up .there with the The. above total is only a relative
raised four children, and now owns CLEWISTON NEWS Gravely. Both mother and son are Remember tho next three weeks leaders as a result of a little special standing of club members and does
.1 modern farm.: His crib and pantryare PHONE 339 getting along Pint and will return to arethe most Important of all, for effort. not represent the entire credit -
full of feed and foodstuff now, LaB ell 0 in about two weeks.More'Attractive this campaign will bo ancient history Support your favorite club memberin strength of, any club member. In ac
and he isn't worrying about these before you realize it. the Clewis ton News big race for cordance with the published rules of

hard timbs.During Our best advice to those who are an automobile. The first big 'credit.period the campaign club members failing to
I of the campaign will close on make at least one report each week
those 27 years this man has out to win the Chevrolet is to bringall
28 at 9 o'clock. Nowis will be dropped from the list. Remember
subscriptions to this officeas Saturday
never borrowed a dollar to buy food MealsColor
I fffVorlte now Is the time to help your favorite
the time to that
for the family or feed for the live fast as you secure them. You not see your
stock. On the other hand, every year only get the most for your work but club member gets your subscriptionfor with a long term subscription
he has little surplus meat, lard, you enable us to get'the paper to the she will Be busy all next week bofora the credits are reduced. Nowis
j winter months, when it is difficult -
Needed in Our when to cash in on all those prom- your chance to make a life long
and sausage to sell, a few extra Irish to get green things into the subscribers much sooner than trying
and sweet potatoes to sell, an all-year I Meals, French Chefs menu and when fresh, colorful you hold 'them back. We have had nu ises and long term subscriptions she friend.
vegetables are not readily available,
vegetable karden, a nice flock of poul- Say; How to Get It the housewife has a wide choiceof
try, and a few cows, and at presenthe salads made with flavored gelatins -
has a good orchard that was set chefs of France tell us in several colors, and prepared g m..E6 .e B rn m .e. .ma.i
first FAMOUS cooking Is good, I with canned fruits and 'vegetables .
to a variety of fruits when he
but not "dressy" enough. They ; of many kinds and hues. 1
started. It is easy, too, to make desserts Palm Beach Mercantile Co's.I' :
With a small canning outfit the ------= 'I attractive. Whipped cream, meringue ; .
wife and children have always canneda r ': I coconut, sauces, frostings and ,."...''- III
I other decorative. and additions "
tasty m
great variety of fruits, vegetables, .
give an infinite variety of '
and meats, much of which would have attractive touches. J/: :
; ,
been wasted. They haoften had But meats, unlike soups and : ) t.

such caused goods for sale. salads and desserts, are regarded 1 ,! Pre4nventocy .:. ', ",.' .:"," .' .
: difficult : ,
as to dress Although "
After making the living at home up. '; m
the roast suckling pig, with the
this successful farmer wasn't satisfied decorative red apple'' in his mouth, '
to grow just one cash crop, but is not being served these days, =
has depended mainly on strawberries we can still give the meat dish
; the simple touch that's like a ribbon -
tomatoes, cucumbers and beans, along on a party dress. stoCkReducing I Sale :I
with the surplus corn, potatoes and I Pickles for Garnishes .

syrup. Pickles, dill or sweet or mixed l, _, .
During these hard times, and the I- i s>:,v I ,2 r 1 or of tho" mustard variety, slicedor .
Ii whole, are effective when _.. ,. .,.' 7/;" {' -; II!!
others that this farmer has gone -=------- -- -.-- served with meat on the sarno. P -! ,., .. ..:.',', ; ,'. '. -
through, when it is so hard to get :: r .h '
platter. Their greenery serves aa : \ ':: ".
whetted through )
the appetite is ; :
hold oC cash, .this man doesn't ]haveto say tho eye; as well as through th3 ail attractive garnish, and their : : : ;/.' 1' .

worry. His crib is full of corn and palate; and they believe that coloris piquant tastiness adds :zest to the ., ....... Furniture -',...,''.'' .\' : ..
whole meal. ';''
hay, he has banks full of potatoes, a as i iuipjnaut as iiavcr.There Another simple way. to make l:] .-_, .' '':. ,',,,'", ., '' P1'Ii '!
smokehouse hanging full of moat, a is much. common sense in meats attractive is to serve vegetables '
pantry: full of canned 'goods, and a this viewpoint. Although "dressIng on, the platter with them. 1 BEDROOM :<1gJ 1- : i
pardon growing, along wit lithe cows not be up"sufficient food for reason art's: sake in itself may, Boiled potatoes, halved or quar ,, DINING ROOM, LIVING ROOM, : .
and chickens. This that feed tered lengthwise and served with : SUITES-ODD PIECES :,, ; iii
farmer doesn't still it i3 a fact tastes their rounded sides out, go well : ,i.( ::
havo-to' worry about borrowing money best when it looks appetUmg. when they fence in a savory steak "' 'I" ;' .:; :fii ..
and living until the new is made. It i 1" easy: and .lncxrlf ng'V'e' to or roast. -, ? .
crop .... .
add? ::attractiveness' to foot*, Sips, Sweet potatoes, sliced lengthwise f .. : I
for example, with a few toasted make a good-looking dish : 7-; .: '; Draperies :: .' ;:
To give frosting a smooth, glossy croutons, or a sprinkling of parsley flanking a slice of baked ham or 7m ( !_ !
rl!' lin" on the 1'4nd of ; < .
appearance; put' the frosted cake in a pen : a ham roast. Cauliflower, par- ( ,
sots;. take on added delicacy. snips, carrots: spinach, broccoli and ;
warm oven: for a few seconds, taking ::0', CRETONNES DAMASKS NETS {, :
.; :
r .1 '-'1 S present probably the other vegetables may be used in / ,
care notito let the frosting ge so hot most opportunities for tasteful and numberless similar ways to adorn EHm RUFFLED CURTAINS 'li: ill .
that it will run. tasty appearance. Even in i the the neglected meat dish. ; ii ; ;... ,, : ,
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( New' shipment I of merchandise arriving daily is being added = ROOFING, WIRE, PUMPS, ENGINES, IMPLEMENTS :

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stock of fashions which added '
to. our large smart gives : '; =

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I are cordiallyinvited to participate in these savings. Splendid GLASSWARE, POTTERY, STATIONERY, BRIDGE III'

i@] ..- selections, are' still available in all departments. .

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West Palm Beach Florida- [i = Meerchandise ,not included at sale prices-All nails in kegs, galva- III

gjj III nized pipe, plate glass tobacco. du st, nationally advertised products = '

@J kW such as Plumb tools, Black and De eke tools, electric motors, Hoover tI
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