The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00337
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00337
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Center New Sugar of America's Bowl. THE! CL- EWI'STON N. EWS'.. "'ndmfr7 lture Meet.nd !

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Miami Locks

FALL HANDICAP I j Monday ............Max 85 Min.73 Rain 1.01! DATE FIXED FORSEPTEMBER Max Min. Rain FOR ROBBERY OF

Tuesday ............83 75 0.24 Monday .............. 84 72 1.41
Tuesday............ 90 73 .46
,Wednesday ........90 78
GOLF TOURNAMENTCOMMITTEE IThursday ..........87 75 1.26 28THCASE ''(Wednesday.......91 75 BANK OF LABELLEMURDER

i Friday u............ 90 75 Thursday i .......... 88 74 .22

Saturday ............90 76 Friday ..............89 76

SETS HANDICAPS; Sunday ..............89 79 TO BE ARGUED BEFORE I Saturday............89 78 CHARGES ALSO FILED


DUE MONDAY Rainfall for week ................ 2.51 MONDAY HELVESTER _

Previous rainfall ._._......<...... 29.00 Rainfall for Week ............ 1.81 I

Handicap scores were placed this Previous rainfall .................. 28.79
Validity of the 1931 gasoline tax R. H. Savage and Jim Amos were
week on 37 golfers of Clewiston, Rainfall to date .................... 31.51 allocation law will indicted
be Mon-
Moore Haven and Canal Point, who argued Rainfall to date .................. 30.60 yesterday by the Hendry
day before the state supreme court. county grand jury for complicity in
have signified their intentions of en-
Justice Fred H. Davis the robbery of the Bank of LaBelleon
former attorney -
tering the fall golf tournament spon- STATE VEGETABLE
sored by Elate Brothers. Three general, disqualified himself AMOS EXPLAINSSTAMP July 30th. No charges were

women and 32 men compose the list!, to sit in the case.. He will be replaced made against Hubert Amos who
by a circuit judge to be selected had been held on bond awaiting the
who are vieing for honors to be decided SHIPMENTS GAIN
TAX LAW findings of the grand jury.In .
by 72 holes covering a periodof by other members of the supreme -

four weeks on the local course. court. the first case to be tried in

According to a statement sent lOVER I LAST YEAR The case, probably the most discussed IN EFFECT TODAYTEN this term of the circuit court Dan

each of the entries by the handicap; civil case to be carried to the Noles was found guilty of defraud-

committee. "This is not an elimination ,I. --- I supreme court, is being taken before ing a boarding house. He was fined

tournament. Every contestant:MARKETING BUREAU RELEASES the high court from a circuit court CENTS $50 and costs by Judge George W.
is required to plan eighteen holesa i I MOVEMENT: AND VALUE order halting distribution of gaso- Whitehurst. .
week for four consecutive weeks. I OF PRODUCE line tax to the counties under provisions LARS REQUIRED BY RECENT Going into their third day of investigation -

At the end of each week the player's I)I of the 1931 law. The order, LEGISLATIONTo the grand jury for Hen-

handicap will be deducted from hiss j:i Shipment of Florida fruit and vegetables given by Circuit Judge, E. C. Love, dry county reported two indictmentsfor

1> &\ross score to determine his net'!',; during the 1930-31 season did not prevent levy and collectionof explain the recently enacted first degree murder late Tues-

( score for the week. The lowest net I established a new high record. for the seven cent tax, or distribu- Documentary Stamp Tax law which day. The indictments are against
t._ score for the 72 holes will win the II the state. according to figures released tion of the three cents revenue to goes in effect today Comptroller Er Elmer Whitfield negro; and Percy

first prize. There is also an extra:, i i this week by Frank Scruggs, the state road department. It applied nest.J.10:3 issues the following Helvester, Julian and Cecil McDuffie. -

prize for runner-up by courtesy oil I I market news specialist for the state only to the three cents to be statement from Tallahassee. .

Mrs. F. Deane Duff, winner of i marketing bureau of Jacksonville.The distributed among the counties according On :''vi iftor s"''pt<.':"cr 25, 1931, The McDuffie brothers and Hel-

February tournament. I I, figures revealed by the marketing to population,' area. and practically every written instrument vester were arrested early: in July by

"The first card for eighteen holes'', bureau show a movement of funds contributed toward buildinga must carry documentary stamp and Constable Ed. Butler charged with

is due to be in 'by Monday, : 150,367 cars of, fruits and vegeta- I state highway system. generally at the rate of ten cents the fatal shooting and beating of

ber 28, and each successive Septem'I'I bles from the state during the last I The order granted by Judge Love per hundred dollars ani fraction Lester Booze, negro. The negro

the corresponding day of each week season having a gross value at ship- I was made on application of John thereof. !(j!was found in a dying condition in

I thereafter for four weeks." The ping points of $97,077,214, an increaSe E. Mathews. Duval representative, The law prescribes a penalty for.jthe woods near Clewiston on Sunday

.. committee also requests that each of approximately eleven mil- who attack the validity of the act failure _of the ,maker or acceptor to July 5. and lived until the follow-
: I ing day. He is said to have relat-
player signify to nis playing part- lion dollars over the previous year's shortly after adjournment of the le- affix a sufficient amount in sampsto ,
ners before round is started whether I ed the events leading to his death
a movement. gislature. Mathews claimed that cancel' them. Stamps may be affixed -

' or not that round is to be playedas i The figures released by the bureau -I the; distribution of the revenue according or cancelled by either party, before he died. A coroners jury
investigating the death said that
a part of the tournament. show citrus fruit to lead the to the provisions of the statute the maker or acceptor, but the primary -
Booze had been murdered. The
Handicaps for the tournament are I list in revenue to the state. A total ; placed the state on a credit bas- duty is upon the maker.

as follows: Alston 25, Barret 18, I of $3,566,510 was paid for is and caused it to assume county Stamps are required on all bonds, three men were placed in the coun-

Beardsley 36, Bigg 27, Blate H. 27, 'transportaitno charges on the states bond obligations. debentures, certificates of indebtedness ty jail the McDuffie brothers be-
mate V. 36, Boggs 30 Bowden 23 ing released on bond. -Helvester has
I ,
produce. Mathews was joined in the at- issued in the State by any per-
I Couse 34, Deam 36. Duff Mrs. F. been in the jail since his arrest.
, son, firm, or corporation and all
Beans Rank Second tack of the law by S. P. Robineau, ; on
Deane 27 Duff F. D. 20. Trial was set for next week.
: ,
Beans ranked second on the list of Miami and Hugh Taylor of Gads- instruments and documents, however
L. Ezell 24 Fontain 21 The present session of the grand
Harrington of vegetables shipped from a stand- den county. The law was defended termed, issued by any corporationwith
I 18, Hackett 19. Hall 29 Lovvorn jury is one of the most importantto
..' point of gross value. Florida's bean by the attorney general and attorn- interest coupons or in regis-
r : 23, Kelley 29, Land '32, Miner 33, tered form be held in Hendry county since
on each hundred dollarsof
52 counties of the
crop was surpassed only by celery eys employed by
, its creation. One bank robberycase
Mowery 36, Owen, Mrs. 'w. C. 39. shipments. Following is the ranking state. face value or fraction thereof
two murder other
I cases
the 10 cents. On each original issue of
given by state's figures: Celery -
Plunkett alleged violations of the law being
J : ,. beans tomatoes, potatoes, strawberries certificates of stock Issued in the
brought to its attention.
I Shelley 10, 39. Stewart 21, Harvesting Machines
watermelons, peppers, cucumbers State, whether organization or reorganization -
<<& Sturgess 22, Vaughn Mrs. H. T. 36, cabbage, and lettuce. Ac- or of profits or inter-
Vaughn H.: T. 27, Vaughn W. P. 34, Receive Overhauling est in property or accumulations
,,\ cording to volume shipped out of the by
Yenowine 25, Wilson 16. MRS. BOURNE NEW
state the ranking was slightly dif- any| corporation on eafch hundred

ferent: watermelons, celery potatoes While continued was be- dollars of face value or fraction

tomatoes. beans, cabbage, pep ing made this week on repair workof thereof ten cents. Where certifi- P.-T. A. PP SiDEr T
cates issued without face value
LANDIS AND AMOS pers, strawberries; cucumbers and the sugar company's tractors herein are
lettuce.. 'I preparation for the grinding sea- the tax shall be ten cents per share _
"The citrus fruits," the report ad- unless the actual value is in excessof
son, the attention of the company'smechanical
UNABLE TO AGREE : ded, "in order of gross value and forces was turned to $100.00 per share, in which caseit

!volume were as usual, oranges, the 15 cane harvesting machines. is ten cents on each hundred dol- UNDERNOURISHED

grapefruit and tangerines. lars or fraction thereof. (Exchangeof CHILDRENA
Lqcal Planting Continues These machines are being givena stock to the same holder does not
Farming activities in the Ever- thorough overhauling as worn require a stamp where the original large number of friends and

; TO USE OF DELINQUENT glades continue to increase each parts are being replaced, and minor carried the stamp or was not taxa- mothers attended the first meeting

OBLIGATIONS week as preparations are being. adjustments being made on the ble.) of the P.-T A for the present school

' -- made all around Lake Okeechobeefor working parts of the huge machines.The A tax is required on all sales, year, which was held Friday, September

Fort Myers, Sept. 22.Disagreement planting winter crops. Several motors and transmissions are agreements to sell. memorandumsales I 18, in the school auditor-

between Attorney General tracts of land located near Clewiston I tab e dismanteled. thoroughly or deliveries of transfers of'

Landis and Comptroller Amos over are being prepared for planting cleaned and repaired and' the cut- legal title to shares or certificatesof ium.As Mrs. Cleo House the president,

interpretation of the 1931 act providing -'winter beans which are scheduled to ting blades sharpened and adjusted. stock, etc., whether made uponor was leaving Clewiston, she: resignedand

I for acceptance of bonds in be ready for market about the first Private roads of the company shown by the books of the cor- Mrs. B. A. Bourne was unan-
payment of delinquent taxes was revealed leading from the mill to the tractor elected to fill the
I, week in January. poration or by assignment in blankor imously vacancy.

today by Roy D. Stubbs. Early fall crops are now matur- barns were being resurfaced this by any delivery.or by any paper, With the new president presiding
week in order to all in readinessfor I
county attorney for Lee and Hendry ing in various sections of Hendry put agreement, or memorandum, etc., ,committees were appointed work

counties.Mr. __ county and adjoining counties, but the harvesting season. at 10 cent on each hundred dollars for the coming term discussed, and

: Stubbs' received a letter fromMr. I the acreage in the Everglades is re- Within the mill a crew was of face value or fraction thereof. new members enrolled. A milk

': Amos on Sept. 2 stating that',ported as less than last year. Under working with air hoses to remove fund was also started to supply the

I. "tha law provides that only bondsnow normal conditions this decrease in dust particles accumulated during Each promissory note, nonnegotiable under nourished school children
of the mill and
due or past due, delinquent in- acreage is indicative that the price knew I past f note, written obligation to with milk for their lunch.

terest coupons or other due or past will be better than was obtainedfor fire brick were being'intalledin pay money, assignment of salaries, j'[ After the business meeting the
the gigantic furnaces. The mill '
r due obligations may be received in the produce last year. wages or other compensation made following program, which was pre-
I when\
the redemption of delinquent taxes. will be in perfect condition the executed, delivered, sold. transferred pared by Mrs. Wallace, chairman of
first of the is in about .1
.' I /3o not see how the language USE AUTOMOBILE: TO TAKE cane brought or assigned, in the State of]the program committee was greatly
I the last of December. The grounds '
the statute could be in Florida, and each renewal of theysame enjoyed by all:
, interpreted FISH TO THE MARKET,
around the mill also being
: '...;any other way.". !i I,cleared of high are which has must carry a stamp of at i Violin solo-by Mrs. Bourne accompanied -
grass of Mrs. Wallace.
least 10 cents. Tax on this class by
The attorney general also has Delivery of fish to wholesale]
abundantly during sum-
grown I M. G. Langford.
' property is computed on multiples Talk-by
ruled the law houses is being speeded in Lake I
" \f-- on Mr. Stubbs said, up }mer months.
of $100.00 and the 10-cent tax does Duet-by Mrs. Bourne and Mrs.
L Okeechobee
; and his interpretation differs from over methods used in
i not change until $200.00 In value is ;Wallace
that of the comptroller. D. S. Weeks previous years. The EvergladesNews PALM BEACH TEAM WINS
, 'I reached. illustrate On note solo-by Bill Wallace
[ To : a Saxophone
'county clerk of Glades county, re- says that fishermen land theirboats TWO GAMES FROM CLEWISTON I
mentioned in Mrs Wallace.
other instrument accompanied by
ceived the attorney general's ruling at Canal Point, opposite the
this paragraph under $200.00 in
which stated that redepmtion of de- Lakeshore Supply company ware- The Clewiston Cane Breakers suf- '
I I value a stamp tax of only 10 cents GIRL BATHER. BITTEN BY
linquent taxes could be made un- house and then transfering the fish fered a double defeat in West Palm
der the law through the use of any to motor trucks to transport them to I Beach Sunday at the hands of the is required; on $200.00 and up to SHARK MAY NOT LOSE LEG
( $300.00. 20 cents on $300.00 SO
bonds regardless of their due date. the fish houses in Okeechobee.Use Palm Beach All-Stars. The East ;
I :
.cents, and so on. This tax does not Palm Beach, Sept. 22.-Condition
The of trucks to move the catchesto team the first
question is of major impor- coast winning game
,! apply to obligations Issued by public of Miss Gertrude Holaday, local high
the commercial fish houses means I
tance in Lee 7-4 while in the secondof
because by a
county the score
I bodies such as Boards of Public In-.'school girl whose right leg was la-
a saving of time over the method !. .
county has no due or past.due bonds i the double header they managed ,struction.On i I
and application of the law is left;!;formerly used of hauling them to'to gain six runs while the Breakers writing
deeds instruments
optional with the county commis-i market in motor boats on the lake. j I were only able to chalk four runs or !hammer-head-
whereby interest in lands is granted,
sion. The commission has indicatedit I !I to their credit. otherwise!
i assigned, transferred, or reported by
will .
permit redemption of I'
conveyed, 10 cents on each hundred changed today. Late yester'?:!.v doctors -
back taxes If bonds
be used
any may dollars and where the full amount
j reported her condition as some-
but cannot place it in effect for. past I Week Ending September 20 1931 II
bonds Senator Arthur Gomez, of of consideration is not shown in the |(what better than had at first been
due only. 1 South Bay face the tax shall be at the rate of I'
Key West, whose candidacy for gov- 'expected and they were Jiopefil am-
Local attorneys believe Comptroller -II ernor has been rumored in the 24th I Max. Min. Rain 10 cents for each hundred dollarsor putation would not be necessary. II

Amos' opinion would stand, evens district for some time. officially an-,Monday............ 85 72 1.82 fractional part thereof of the Beach resort folk who had

in the face of a directly opposite nounced in Tallahassee yesterdaythat Tuesday............ 88 72 .29 consideration therefor. planned a "shark dynamiting" ex

ruling from the attorney general, he would seek the democratic Wednesday.......90 72 .67 i pedition today reported they found

as the comptroller is charged with nomination fqr governor at the primary Thursday.......... 89 X71 .19 BEAUTIFICATION no sharks along the Palm Beach

interpreting the law and placing its election next year. !|I Friday..............90 70 .35 Under supervision of the ClewiS-]shore. But bathers were few.
into effect.
provisions He said his platform would in- Saturday...........90 70 ton Garden Club, the park near the Sam Barrows, life guard who risk-

BUILDING LIGHT PLANT clude consolidation of governmental Sunday ..............90 72 A. C. L. passenger depot is being 'ed his life in rescuing :Miss' Holaday,
:! functions, tax relief for the homeowner I beautified by the planting of flow- was being acclaimed as a hero and

t Work was started yesterday at 1 employment for all in the.Rainfall for week.................. 3.20 ers and shrubbery. The plot of Mrs W. E. Moorehead of Palm

Moore Haven erecting a new munici-I state ,and a policy of the governor Previous rainfall .................. 29.27 ground was given to the Clewiston (I Beach has started liaising a fund
pal light plant, to replace the one "sharing with the legislature the I townsito by the American Legion J I for him in recognition of his cour-

destroyed by fire on August 5th. responsibilities of government." Rainfall to date .................. 32.57 post to be used for park purposes age.

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THE CLEWISTON !NEWS I chobee and asked the proprietor .to .
give them a couple of gallons of Hoosier Farm Boy

Published every Friday In Clewiston, gasoline to help them on their way To Radio Stardom Serve These Cold
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, to the cane fields'. That's the story zrf2z4nff

Inc. they told. The proprietor of the .... '1'
I :: i'lId'l'tM.' "" ;1I-+ "flLlI III /1 S'L:1_ .
I _
Entered as second class matter, filling station was somewhat sur- fa

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat prised that they should have the _

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act nerve to beg gasoline from a per- r

of March 3, 1897.A son whose business it is to sell the I
f product, and, quite naturally re
newspaper devoted to the best fused. i?
interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its These "tourists" answered "Well :; : : %1 JMt syakL%l J II

leading newspaper. we have come all the way from CalI-
fornia and haven't had to
buy a gal
Subscription rate: per year$2.00
Outside of State of Florida _____$2.50 Ion yet. Generally we stop outsideof
a town and bum a couple of gal-

Advertising rates furnished on. ap- lons from all who pass until we havea /
plication. tank full. Then we drive on untilit f/ ,

gets low and then use the same
Business office Clewiston News, method to refill our tank." Then )t24

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and these "snow dodgers" added that

Advertising, same. the' Florida people were so chinchythat

they had about given out of
Telephone 339 gasoline.

This authentim story is told. Form

MACHINES VS. UNEMPLOYMENTIn your own moral, and encourage such fJI -
practices if you wish. Y1PHIL
these times of economic stress .:.;:: i 'W'J.> STEAKS and chops, roasts and fruit with meat, or with lettuce'

there come cries from political vote FLORIDA IS COMING BlACK -these are all very hearts, cress or parsley, if you'
seekers who advocate a return to DEWEY'S home town well if your igloo is somewhereup prefer greens.

hand labor in all government con- We have heard so much about in Macy, Indiana, hardly in the Arctic. But if you lirein Get in touch with the grocer, or

struction work. Is this the way out? hard times, and the question is fre- dreamed, when they lifted him, a summer lands, you can't get delicatessen, right away, and see
Shall we discard the progress quently asked "when will Florida boy of five, into his father's band- the courage to light a gas burner, how many of these summer-time '
stand, that he would one day be much less an oven, when the thermometer meats: he carries. If he doesn't
made during the past century, in come back. We are, of course un-
is the and have them
one of radio's most frequently on up up. on hand, he knows
which we lifted the standard? Or able to answer this but would say heard baritone stars. When the You stretch your sandaled feet out where he can get them for you,

shall :we seek other means of solv- that Florida is heading "this way." General Motors Quartet heard on on the chaise-lounge and dram for you'll probably want a quantity -
ing the problem that confronts the The Inverness Chronicle reportsthe the air each Monday night looked of nice cold fruit-ade for dinner, of them.

world's thinking men? sale of nineteen thousand acres around for someone to fill the placeof and you wish that men too, likedto Summer Meats

During the panic of 1907 we read to a Chicago syndicate for coloniza- Elliott Shaw, who was retiring, live on salads and sensible .
Dewey was given the place withouta things. Beef, Boiled Ham, Whole
tion. It is planned to make this a
that similar cries were made when .
dissenting vote. Now he will be But they don't-so why dream? Beef, Corned Hamburger
the machine age was then in its in- German colony, which will be made And want ,
heard weekly on the air lanes, will perhaps you somelhiiijc Beef, Dried Steak '
fancy. But the nations of the world.pup of five hundred German farmers. make an annual tour of the United more satisfying, too it you've I Beef, Roast Hash
did not discard the few crude ma-' From Sarasota conies the news States and for good measure one of been rustling around doing things. I Brains Pig's Feet

chines then in action. The cotton that 10,000 acres of the 60,000-acre Europe as well. The quartet is There are foods however, that I Chicken, Potted Meats

states of the south did not abandon John Ringling tract has been sold composed of James Melton, tenor; constitute a satisfying and nutri- Boneless Sausage
Lewis James tenor Phil tious meal and you won't even Chicken, Sausage!: with
the primitive cotton gin, thenin to a syndicate with headquartersat ;
have to strike a match before Deviled Sauerkraut
use, ,to return to the hand method.of Chicago. This colony is to be I baritone and Wilfred Glenn bass. serving'' them. Do you know how Chicken Tongue, Calf's

picking the fibre from cotton made up of Dutch and Danish industrial ,- many varieties of delicious meats Tamales Tongue Lamb

bolls. Instead they followed the logic workers. you can buy in cans all ready to Chicken, Whole Tongue Ox
Link With the PastA
of making better cotton gins, Items of' this kind 'were heraldedfar slice and serve? Garnish them Ham, Deviled Tur-ev!

manufacturing better cotton pro- and wide during the boom daysof shark's tooth was unearthed In a prettily with Hawaiian pineapple Ham, Loaf Vf'tl Loaf:

ducts and advertising the durabilityof 1925 and 1926, but today they garden at Hilllngdon, between Ux- slices or apple rings if you like Ham Sliced Veal Roast" "

cotton. Not only did they in do not get very far before the bench bridge and Ickenham, Middlesex, ;ng-
ciease the supply of their products : warmers and pessimists nail them as lan d. When sent to the British museum I "Bachelor" in History PATENTS

but they also found new uses for: being impossible! or predicting utter It was identified as belonging to 1 The term "bachelor" was first usedIn
the M1 tHe Eocene period. Sell your invention or patent by
cotton thus stimulating the demand. ruin for the. county in which connection with the preliminarystage

As a result of this policy cotton fabrics they' are started. The men behind of knighthood. A bachelor knightwas exhibiting your model or drawing:
.Pepperell-Does your wife ever at the Second INERNATIONAL PAT--
have evolved from crude
w&o had
these developments say little about one not yet
'homespun' to the delicate bits of their plans, because the more peo- change her mind? standard in the field of chivalry. It ENT EXPOSITION, Sept 14 to 27

finery found in modern ladies' shops. ple know about their plans the wore Salterini-No, she still uses the was therefore used to Indicate the acquirement CHICAGO. Thousands; of manufac-

In the study of economic historywe knockers they have to combat. same old one. of the first degrees In the turers and patent buyers will inspectnew

do not learn facts for the sakeof liberal arts or sciences, the masters'or devices and patents for market
From all over Florida comes -reports Wife-Joh'n. the house is on fire!
doctors' indicating those ing. Rates $1 per dap 14 days, en-
those cold facts. but all degrees
study ..
of the sale of It is John
property. Sleepily.-Well shut off
titling to 14 feet. If have
who had attained higher degree of you you no
history with the view of knowing a
true the does not the furnace.
price paid compare Ther's no use wasting model, drawing or description' will
proficiency through experience.
through what phases of progressthe with that of former days, but the coal.
Send for free if
pamphlet you
world has come, and by so know-,
sales being made today are money have time. If not, send $14 with descriptions -
ing we are able to see the faults and: sales and not "paper" sales.-Moore Cutajar;-Gertie certainly goes the Water Power WastedThe and drawings and will
benefits from a given set of cir-, Haven Democrat. pace. Alto Parana river, which divides h
look 'after' .interests. B.
cumstances. In all historical work i o Chlupp-Yeah, she halves the Paraguay from Argentina aB0 Hamilton Edison your patent, Managing Direc- L

we may gather the progress of our VACANCIES IN GOVERNMENTThe candle and burns it at all four ends. Brazil, and its many tributary's, tor International Patent Exposition.
people by the economic forces they I
could make Paraguay an Important
Merchandise Mart. .
i Chicago.STANDARD
met and by a study of the methods United States Civil Service Zourtney-After selling apples Industrial center. The power ft -. -- --- --

with which they overcome these dif Commission has announced open all winter Bamboozle finally got a these waters is practically unknown -----

ficulties. competitive examinations as follows: job as lifeguard. but Is estimated as having, In some

o I Senior foreman (poultry feeding, Zinchell-Still among the pippins, places a fall of 200 feet, and a .;:J.;. t>C,, """"'

FRIENDS IN BUSINESSThe fattening dressing, and storing) eh? I force of 100.000 horse power. Thp PRICES

old adage "You can't mix 2,000 to 2.600 a year, Bureau of Iguazu falls are regarded ns even
friendship and business" is as true I Animal Industry, Department of Jack-Why do they call those more powerful than iVinpara One Price To All

Agrilculture. Closing date October: things dressing-gowns? You can'tdress ,
in relation to big business as it is I ,
1, 1931. in one of them." GENTS HAIR CUTS .........___..S3
to individually owned concerns. I Chef Takes the Cake
During the past few months pu- Assistant veterinarian (bacteriology John-Well, ,you don't take a bath I' LADIES HAIR CUTS _.__... .25:
in a bathrobe do you? "The aviator. says u magazine ai
blic accountants have been often ), $2,600 to $3,200 a year. junior -! tide "has the most stirring Job 01 CIIIJ nnEX'S HAIR CUTS .. .2:>

called in for examinations of the veterinarian (bacteriology), $2- "I have stewed kidneys. boiled" all." We dunno. What about cooks? SHAVES _......-......_...._.......... .20
interior organization of businessesof 000) to $2,600 a year. Bureau of Animal -Farm and Fireside.
tongue, fried liver and pig's feet. SHAMPOS AND FACIALS'
all sizes These men, in a compo- Industry. Department of Agri Don't tell me your troubles, sis-I!

site report, could show that often a culture. Closing date, October 1, ter," complained the hard boiled, CIVIC CENTER

difference between profit and loss 1931. egg, "give me a chicken pie." I Joan's
could be shown were it not for a Agronomist (sugarcane), 3.800 I BARBER SHOP

few individuals whose sole reason to $4,600 a year, assistant agronomist -I Boss-On your way to Smith .&i

for being on the pay roll is because (sugarcane), $2,600 to $3,200a Co., you will pass a baseball park. Xolon D. Conner Prop.
.% yt
they had a 'pull with the boss', year, assistant pathologist (cereal Office Boy Oh! 'itff.J. k}:':::'::":::%.',',':".:.'.">...._......,.<-r.>>>>. ./

This attitude and practise is not a! smuts), $2,600 to $3,200 a year Boss-Yes. and be sure you pas fIJt' ft f i:;':::. :;'..;:::;/ i:;VWJ: S-v j .',...J::" jf :>.;g.r: 3
wholesome thing for any business I Bureau of Plant Industry Depart- it. ff4if ."": .. ..... ..,.. ----- -- '--.-

to tolerate.If I ment of Agriculture. Closing date \ \ti'l*! ; ':: ,,.......
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one man in an office has a 'pull October 6, 1931. Oswald-But, dear;: a kiss speaks :.\ ;f:,, "
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volumes. : : @
with the boss' he will not exert
Assistant statistician (p ubI i c
himself to perform his duties in his health), $2,600 a year, Public Matilda-Well, I'm not fond of r: f:;. :; ::!::1 <

best possible manner because he Health Service. Closing date, Octo- books.TopkickHow's. : \1t::{61j.m. =:: : : = V.2_
realizes that he is "in soft" with ber 6, 1931.Principal :. ::;.:; ::-; .;: : lg0&: := ift ,..L'.I.d.UdUIfJAe
?$ .
the .
the of the organization. This passenger : :.x : : r< .r.:::'::
powers examiner. $5,600 a year, flight business, Buddy? .,,,"t;...:..;':.<: ., :" : :;;. '; breaks the business morale of this senior examiner, $4,600 a year, agricultural -I ::':<,: x.%;: ?o.1 :X' > :/ "'>:;;

person. \The others in the office biological, or physical sci- 'Sidebottom-Rotten.. I haven't'banked :Jf,9@ftY: BEST

see the hap-hazard attitude taken by ence, Personnel Classification Board.I anything but turns for three r.r-- : : .;.. ... istte \

the friend of the manager, and they Closing date, October 6. 1931. months. y11Ylk" ....;..: :;.:.4. ; ,....':r : ,I ". ..:. {1
in turn, feel no incentive to perform Associate chemist (Industrial Hy-I : .JM CHFAPOT'THAKSWHVITPAY5
Grummet-Mrs. Pajam says she Qi\i\ :1iif :
their best service. Thus the moraleof geine Investigations), $3,200 to : ;

the entire organization is soon I $3,800 a year,- assistant chemits-pe- radio.gets all her cooking recipes from the ',:"'':--.:".;:.:?...". tp:: .I.rw.w. ::::: $.v..V..,.. '. .I' cc:..,... 70 HAVE YOUR>
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lost.Now trographer. $2,600 to $3.200 a year, Swaffer-That explains it! Everything :;; hti: : : tj LAUNDERING DONE AT-
when the rush of businessIs Bureau of Mines associate chemistany mtaI:
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I at ,
ate her house tastedof '
ever <
not imposing itself on the business ( specialized branch), $3,200 to static. K : %;.< ; '" : '.'kJ ;-:(t.:: T he Clewistcii! LaundryOur
executives of the is the time :< ;;f .t' : ::s: '. < ,
country ; :
$3,800 a year, assistant chemist (any :.:.>. .ii: fY ." t l'L .
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for' them to study their own individual specialized branch ), $3,200 to Newcomer-What kind of mealsdo ,.*w <
organization cast off all surplus 3.800 a year, assistant chemist (any you serve your boarders here? .. 1#: mt f4 laundry service is
idlers to make room for the employee ,..,.:,.... ,"<':".,.: -: .'f .' ..f.'.' .;'
specialized branch ), $2,600 to LandladY-Oh, epccellen;.. Only :;r>,:;' ."" .,," ,Z' E, .<'i planned to eliminate years of
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who seeks to progress with fiis $3,200 a year; various services. this morning one of our boarders .< ... :, J lj! .
.. organization. Given the incentiveto Closing date, December 30, 1931, gave thanks at my table. He said x. 11 y : : '. i: !r- worryfont the hons2wi\es of

do their best work employeeswill except that the Commission reserves "Good Lord, prunes again!" : :" Everglades, Our service has

have more loyalty for their or- the right to issue subsequent notice may not believe that movie
ganization and with the burdening Then YOU i.rcved its worth. You can de-
closing the receipt of applications there was the case of the ever descend to anythingso

ballast removed the ship of business before that date. show that was so bad that, after humdrum as housework, but Joan ;-''rxl upon our laundry: work.
will be' able to make better progress. All States except Delaware. Iowa, about 10 minutes. a man came out Blondell!, famous Warner Brothers'star

-0- Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, and asked the lady at the box of- is ready to prove that she'san Our prices are reasonable.
SNOW BIRD NERVE Vermont Virginia, and the Districtof fice if she could change his seato experienced cook cleaner, dish
washer, and what kayo And
one behind you.
Columbia have received less than a pillar.
Barnum was only half right ,when here's Joan's recipe for banishingthe
their share of appointments in the
he said the American people like to What's Your Pet Peeve? mid-afternoon fatigue that often
be humbugged. The circus magnate apportioned departmental service at besets the busy housewife. Cut CLEWISTONLAUNDRY

' omitted the other half when he Washington D. C. The woman in the flat above yourself two slices of bread, spread
Full information may 'be obtained takes vocal-how we curse- with butter and lam, and< make in- IRC.
failed to say that the American people -
also like to humbug. from the Secretary of the United And every day in every way to a sandwich. Then porch your- EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST.
I States Civil Service Board of Exam- She's getting worse and worse. self on the nearest convenient ,
From around the lake this
heard of inors at the post office in any city The young man in the flat beneath per--h and take limo o, we a story humbuggerywith enjoy this old-fashioned
{which has office of the firstor
a post .
lessons on the clarinet. '
all its ,
trimmings. A of
party -v- r act It i-ir-lly> 'f.'orJoan:
second class. or from the United We've missed him four times 4loursrlow ntte.Laundry
Californians stopped at a filling station up says, for science has found that
around the rim pf sake Qlcee-' States Civil ServiCE Commission to date sweets in any form are quick rostorera I

Washington, p, c. But we'H "get" that critter get ? of e energy. ;tJ: .. i":, ,,

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:K LEGION CONVENTION: HONORED place. Peter was inspired to
preach. yet understood that the gospel was We ought to obey God rather than
I BY CHEVROLET BUILDERS[ Three thousand persons were con- intended for any but the Jews. The men.

I Personal Mention victed and converted. ( lord opened Peter's understanding|I Remember the words of the Lord

Detroit, Mich.. Sept 20.-Fifty- Apostolic Preaching. The apos- by giving him the vision of the col-:'Jesus how he said, it is more blessedto

111} "t:' three ivory-white automobiles, all tles taught the people and preachedthe (lection of various animals and say- give than to receive. .

trimmed in red. blue and gold ands resurrection of> Jesus. They:ing to him"What God hath cleansed,
Dr. L. E.
:here Black of Ft. M'ersva manned by an army of drivers worked miracles but credited all:that call not thou common." He was

Monday. dressed in uniforms identicallyalike those works to the power of the ;|then directed to go to Cornelius, and

E. V. McClelland this morning'were placed at risen Christ. Their preaching was!Gentile, and preach the gospel. 66'6

might at his home in spent Lake Saturda Placid. the disposal of state commandershere 'fearless and effective. All who I The First Foreign Missionaries.
attending the national conven- heard them recognized that had A
they great work of the Lord was going LIQUID OR TABLETS

Mrs. Harry Turner is ,spending:t tion of the American Legion. been with Jesus. I:jon at Antioch when the Holy Spirit

.this week with her parents in La- The cars represent part of many The Generosity of the Early'Christians. directed the Christians to set apart Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In

:Belle. :1 extraordinary provisions made for Such great love and Saul and Barnabas for missionary :30 minutes, checks: a Cold the first
the comfort and convenience of Le- [work in other places.
sympathy prevailed among the early( They first. day, and checks Malaria in three
Mr. Igionnaires during their annual con-: ''visited Cyprus where the chief I I
Mrs. Marcus D. Waldron '(Christians that many of them solda government -
were visitors in Pahokee Sunday clave, and are one of several contributions part or all of their possessionsand officer was converted. da's. .

evening.W. of the Chevrolet, Motor put the proceeds into a com-I Turning to the Gentiles. At An- 666
I for Cold
company to further the success of mon treasury for the supply of the Itioch in Pisidia the Jews rejected Baby's

C. Oates of Ft. Myers was a the convention.The 'needy. ''the gospel, and the two missionaries -

afternoon.business visitor in Clewiston Monday I the Legion cars-seal special in gold, sedans-carry on the driv- who'Persecution could not and overthrow its Results.Stephen's Those many began of whom preaching believed.to the Gentiles, .;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:

I er's door, and lettering designating strong preaching persecuted him. In !j Homage and Persecution At Lys-

R. E. Rich of Fort Myers was in I the state or territory of the com-This defense Stephen exalted Jesus,tra a man was miraculously healed. Seed PotatoesFOR

Clewiston on business Tuesday and.;mander to which each car is as-!so highly that his persecutors At first the people were inclined to

I Wednesday signed. Cars will serve, the commanders -{'charged Stephen with blasphemy and':worship- Paul and Barnabas as gods.- FALL PLANTING

_______ from early morning until stoned him to death. Then followeda Later they stoned Paul and left him .i i

I Robert Beck was among the Clew!midnight every day of the convention great 'persecution, led by Saul of for dead. No. 3 BLISS from certified Wisconsin I

+I, iston residents in LaBelle this week | and are available constantly for Tarsus, against the followers of Je- Christianity at the Crossroads. and Nebraska Stock. I

ton business. juse anywhere in the county' in which sus. Many were driven out of Jerusalem -I The church at Jerusalem decided Write us for prices. Can furn-

'I !Detroit is located. Covers for the but they went everywhere that it was not necessary for the ish any quantity. .

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Morris ofi.spare tires, carried in forward fen- preaching Jesus. I

"Kreamer Island were Sunday visitors der wells. reveal a motif worked out I -
I J. NOONEY & CO. Inc.P.
,Jn ( j' An: Honest Enquirer Converted.A .. .
I Clewiston. j in red, white and blue, and the ,come Christians.
high officer from Ethiopia was
I drivers, in naval uniforms, also carry 1 The following are taken from the O. BOY 335, Jacksonville. Fla.'
H. L. returning to Africa after going to
McDonald of Orlando
was the national colors in their dress. !' Golden Texts of the Quarter:
J a business visitor in Clewiston Mon- Jerusalem to worship God. He was
I1 In addition to supplying cars for Ye shall receive power, after that '
i day and Tuesday. :seeking the way of salvation. The !( -"
'!State commanders. the Chevrolet .the Holy Ghost is come upon you.
spirit directed Philip to meet the
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I crMr.L and Mrs. W. C. Hooker were company I is. loaning its trail-blazing officer and instruct him. The officer -I .

visitors in Moore Haven a' short time I automibile, which two years ago believed and was baptized.

j Thursday ,morning. completed the first land trip ever,! Saul's Conversion and Commission PURE
I made from Buenos Aires to the CLEAR
i .. Pursuing his work of persecution -
I Oscar O'Rear left Saturday for United States, to the "40 & 8" par-
Saul was suddenly brought
Jasper, Alabama his home, for a ade and is supplying every Legionnaire 3
face to face with Jesus as the one
two weeks vacation. ,'' who registers for the conven- IM1'' .k+Lb M iHK.
persecuted. Saul surrenderedat
fully .
tion with bronze medal commemorative w a9nyl i .h jA _Fla a
once and was converted. He was
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Adams, managers of his visit to the city. i''commissioned
to preach the
of the Clewiston Inn, were visitors among :
,Gentiles the gospel he had persecut'ed. jrn
in Sarasota Sunday
Paul later said he obtained mercy -

1 Mrs. C. L. Downes spent a few $161,990,281 TOTAL i j because he had been ignorant : .}

lays of last week in Tampa returning in his persecutions.

to Clewiston Sunday. COST Sowing and Reaping. Any who xi;, w w5ffi'y; vssar.
I OFJIGHWAYS have succeeded in keeping from fall- '

F. M. Milteer, local manager of ing into faults are under obligationto N

:Foxworthy Lee Furniture company,!, Tallahassee, Sept. 23.-Florida assist those who have fallen. The r

spent Sunday in Ft. Myers. :has a state and county road system strong to resist temptation must !

I !which cost 16199028167. help bear the burdens of those who ti opPQWEQ$ o

j Sheriff H. L. Delaney and Deputy" The state itself has spent 91..are waek. But we all reap what we
Young were in Clewiston this week sow. God cannot be mocked. Sow-
119,033.66 in, building roads : :4 DEPARiMENt c'
:.transacting official business. ing to the flesh in habits and
(lit first began road construction ac- apP
tivities. The 67 counties have spent tites reaps corruption.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland F. Perkins
170871248.01 in building roads J\ The Gospel for all Men. Peterand ,
were among the Clewiston visitorsin
and the state took over $107,090- the rest of the disciples had not '
West Palm Beach Saturday.
045.99 worth of these county highways -

and made. them parts of the
Harold Johnson attended court in

Ij' LaBelle Monday where he was called state system.
I rl\. The statehas spent 14.050
:.f n\; 1 as a witness before the grand jury. I
' r 047.37 in maintaining the roads it /'
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,- Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Alston and ''built and those it took over from the uii ..
: daughter, Martha Nell, spent Saturday !'counties. ."
I' in West Palm Beach on business. II The counties now own and maintain -

roads which cost $63.781,202.- j47 .
i Mrs. Gus McGhee spent Monday,.02 to build. "

'in LaBelle with friends while her|I These figures were announcedhere

'1 .husband was attending the circuit today by Robert W. Bentley, i ';
' court. chairman of the. state road department -

who today transmitted to \\

''I Mrs. G. H. Houze and sons, Hor-I Comptroller Ernest Amos, the state

ace and G. Hr' left; recently for board of administration and all ,
their former home in San Antonio, 'county' commissions in Florida a ..

; Texas. complete' audit of county road build-
t i
ing records.

J Bob Grantham of Everglades has I I The audit was authorized by the : '

't I returned to make his home! in Clew- 11931 legislature so that state offi-

I iston after an absence of several cials would have a basis for distributing .-

II i II 1 months. part of the gasoline tax rev-

' enue due counties under a 1931 law.
";, Mrs A. J. Keller and children returned It took 40 men three months to '

j to their home here Tuesday make the audit, which extended

I after a vacation spent with friends back to the beginning of road building ; --
,; I in Louisiana. : :\
i in Florida. )
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1 attacked ,
i The gasoline revenue act was -.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright and
as invalid and a court order
family have returned to their home
I halted distribution of money to c:
here after a vacation period spentIn counties but the audit of Bounty
the mountains.

J road tinued.construction'Validity of records the act was con-I WOMEN AND PINEAPPLES
A. W. Sias. assistant postmaster,
argued before the state supreme
I .!f left Sunday for his former home in
court here next Monday.
Punta Gorda, for a week's visit with WHEN women make a study of I made at any hour of the day and four squares of chocolate in a
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relatives and friends. in industry, the results I as often as necessary. Every- double boiler, add one-third cap
PARK BEAU1TFICATIONUnder are sometimes interesting to where the employees wore rubber' peanut butter and stir until well-

II J. 'J. Johnston, representative of supervision of the Clewis- women in the home, as well as gloves, which added to the gen- ; blended. Add three-fourths cup
to with This is eral sanitary effect. i confectioner's sugar and three-
w women jobs. espe-
i \ Tax agency of Ft. Myers ton Garden Club, the park near the fourths cup evaporated milk, and
t" ; was among out of town men transacting A. C. L. passenger depot is being cially BO when is the industry in- All, of which is very satisfac- cook until thick. Drain eight
vestigated work food in
on com-
I business here Monday.J. beautified by the planting of flowers :- mercial kitchens. Then questions tory, but the woman in the home slices of pineapple and dip each
wants also to know the best
and shrubbery. The plot of one in the chocolate until well
leap to the lips. "Are the kitch- which has been
this fruit
H. Whipple, representative of serve coated. Place one slice] on each
ground was given to the Clewiston ,ens clean? "Is the food whole- found the government investi-
the Whipple Chemical company of townsite by the American Legion some and immaculately handled?" gators by to be so carefully and small service plate and sprinkle

West Palm Beach, was a business post to be used for park purposes. "Is the working environment all wholesomely handled. So here with salted peanuts. Place of a
in the center
visitor in that it should be?" marshmallow
Clewiston Wednesday.Mr. are some of the latest recipes each.
which have been evolved for its
Much Demand for Cotton Immaculately Clean
and Mrs. Barney Thomas left use: Still More Treat
Saturday for Safety Harbor where More than eight billion yards ol The Women's Bureau of the Orange Flower Salad: Dram

Mrs. Thomas will remain for a few cotton goods are manufactured and United States Department of one 8-ounce can of pineapple tidbits Pineapple Charlotte: Remove
weeks recuperating from her recent 0P11 In 11'>*.. '""HUM, ''inniKillv Labor recently turned its attention add one-half cup diced cel- '. crusts from eight slices of bread

illness. to the answers to these ery and marinate in French dress- and spread with butter. Heat the
and many other questions In regard -, ing for an hour. Add onefourthcup contents of a No. 2 can of crushed
'uncap cbool to Hawaii's second largest chopped walnuts and pile in pineapple and one-fourth cup of
' I Mrs. Urie Waldron, Mrs. V. L. industry, the canning of pine- mounds in the center of lettuce sugar to boiling. Put layers of '
Geiger and Miss Jewel Lowe of apples. The results of this in- leaves. Remove-sections from two the buttered bread and the hot

Clewiston and Mrs. R. L. Saxon of I I JLesson vestigation, published in pam- oranges, leaving on none of the pineapple in a rather deep d.sli
I Moore Haven returned to their phlet form, showed that not one white fibre, and arrange star fashion I and press down well. Let stand
homes after a brief vacation spent of the cannery buildings visited over the mound of"fruit. On several hours in the refrlgerrtor; ;

i I at Breezy Point, near Lake Placid. I FOR SEPTEMBER was old. Those most recently built top radiate a date cut in strips. then turn out in mold form ::ml
27,1931 were high, light and airy, and as Serve with cream mayonnaise.This serve cut In slices.] Garnish with _
XO CHANGE OF NAME Review of Past Quarter.The spotless as your own kitchen. All serves four persons. whipped cream and maraschino
following statement is condensed were adequately drained. Pineapple Pistachio Rice: Beat cherries. This serves eight! per-

when a girl marries she usually from Arnold's Commentary "Conspicuous to anyone visitingthe one cup heavy cream and fold in- sons.
: changes her name but Miss Sally on the lesson: canneries even casudlly," saysa to two cups of cold boiled rice. Baked Pineapple and RlutbarbCut :-

I Greene, one of Clewiston's teachers 1'owcr for a .World Task. At the review of this report by Jean Add two cups crushed pineapple, six cups rhubarb, unpeeled, in '
i last year, only lost an "e" when she time of Jesus's ascension he asked Collier Brown in "Practical Home one-fourth cup confectioner'ssugar small pieces. Put in a baking
became the bride of Ray Green the disciples to remain in Jerusalem Economics," "would be the uniforms one-half cup chopped pistachio dish with one cup sugar, ten'clo.
;y worn by the girls at work, nuts, and chill. Serve In *.- >s, ctieiftth) teaspoon cinna- .
shortly after the school term closed until '
holy Spirit came to them ,
pineapple syrup.
" I generally furnished and launderedby glass dessert dishes with a teaspoon mon and one ;ip
'I, J' beret| Word recently received her: according to his previous promises. the firm. It "was reported that of orange marmalade on Cover and bake until tender, In an

Is to the effect that Mr. and Mrs: They waited in prayer about ten upon the deposit of a soiled apron top for garnish. This serves eight oven. ,75 degree., Serve cold with

Green are soon to make their I'QSI-I days, then the Holy Spirit came, I the matron In charge gav out a persons. some phnple cake, such as sponge.

dence In Savannah, Ga, and. attracted fag{ persons to the pea ; one, the wchangg being QhvcQlate Pineapple 8Ucc*; Melt cake, This serves eight pei on11f ?",



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I demned national isolation as a foreign ![ :Members of Clewiston Retail j DRAINAGE BOARD CERTIFIES FIGHT ARENA MOVED TO NEVI
Fort Myers Wants I r
policy. On the intergovernmental -I'.1: Merchants association will remain I I EVERGLADES TAX FOR DADE LOCATION; SEATS ERECTED

Part of Lee FundsFort debt moratorium, he said pres- open all day next Thursday, October I ( '
I With Marcus A. Milan, chairman, Dock Golden's fight arena was t
ident Hoover "waited until the last first and each subsequent Thursday
i A. W. Young, general manager, and moved this week to the vacant lot
Myers, Sept. 22.-Lee county minute of the last hour of the last thereafter acording to their an-
Ben Herr, executive secretary, absent behind the post office, and seats are
probably will have to pay the city day. nouncement made the first of the
in Tallahassee_ on business the being erected, to take care of the
of Fort Myers five mills on every summer months when the practiceof
dollar in taxes collected for the road LABELLE PLANS TO BUY BONDS Slosing Thursday afternoon was members of the Everglades drainage increasing number of fight fans.

and bridge fund on property within The city of LaBelle, at a meetingof begun. district board met in West Palm These fights are proving very popu-

the corporate limits, it was indi- the commissioners last week Beach Tuesday to certify the tax lar and each card is witnessed by a
cated today by Roy D. Stubbs, coun- planned to purchase some of its out- Why Seek'Great Riches?
assessment roll for drainage dis- arger number of fans from all partsof
ty attorney. standing bonds at 10. The bid has
Attorney Stubb's announcement been offered to bond houses but to "Great riches," said Hi Ho the sage trict land in Dade County. this and adjoining counties.All .
of Chinatown, "bring great responsi
followed receipt of answers to quer- date none have been purchased at The board had previously certi- future fights' will be held
bilities. A few yen will buy luxury. I
ies addressed to 10 county attorneys that price. Municipal bond fied counties
i repre- Millions: of them purchase car*."- the tax rolls for other Thursday nights This change was
the attorney general and state sentatives questioned on the \
pro- Washington Star. tin the district, but due to misunderstanding necessary because the Friday night
auditor, asking their interpretationof posed purchase expressed belief that I 7
law 'which the city is seek- of instructions the notice i fights conflicted: with the picture
the by the bonds could not be bought for Food Value o/ Nut lof
ng the money. In practically every the low figure. If suitable plans can !, their meeting date was not published show.-Glades County Democrat.

instance, //he said, replies indicatethe be devised it is believed that a com- Nuts, owing to the vegetable oils in Dade county in time for 1:..:NNNNNNNN. . :N:..:NN. :..:..:NN. :N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

practice in most counties has promise figure may be made and the they contain have a high food value. them to certify the Dade land with .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:,.:.
Hazel and brazil nuts rank first In food
been to pay incorporated cities and city will be permitted to retire some
value, then the chestnut almond wal the rest of the assessment rolls.
owns ected one-half under the of the levy.total Both sum col-At-I 10f its bonds at a discount. nut and tPDnuf.I ._The notice was given for complaints C. E. STEBELDealer

F- I to be filed before the meeting Tues-
Landis and the state
torney general day. The board waited an hour for in
auditor stated in their opinion that Salmon
Savory !
Is what the law contemplated. I I i complaints appeared. to be registered but none General Electric RefrigeratorsIElectrochef

1 1I I i No other business: was discussed, Stoves
Jouett Shouse Wants all other matters being deferred to
Radios and
I Supplies
i i the next regular meeting of the
Light Wine and Beer !'board, which is to be held in West I Radio Repairing

II I(i Palm Beach on October 13 The Pahokee Florida.

Washington, Sept. 23.-A demo-. I!'!meeting was attended by R. A. Horton -I

cratic platform declaring for light i T. W. Weeks and C. E. Sim- ...............................................................................................
wines and beer and a prohibition re- I ISALMON 'mons. i., .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:, ,-
ferendum is favored by Jouett 1 \ :
Shouse, chairman of the party's national ,
-t y&ttj<< '("
executive committee. I 11 .fli. t, ,-. :

Other legislation which he would 'ti 4 I
have democrats advocate in the com- 'C I I Going to B BI

ing session of congress include abolition I TYBEE or JACKSONVILLE BEACH?
of the farm board, tariff revisions -

re-enactment of the Wag- STOP AT
ner bill to establish employment of- I

fices nationally, the five-day week Ii HOTEL SAVANNAH

for federal employes and oppositionto f. Savannah, Ga. s?
the use of the injunction in labor WW

disputes. 4 HOTEL SEM1NOLE i
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Shouse's views. which he described :
n Jacksonville, Fla.: l) I!
as entirely personal were is a perfect ,summer one-half cups milk, one and one- "
published by the Woman's National It contains a goodly half teaspoons salt, one-eighth tea- 1\I9DERN FIREPROOF ;.i ..

Democratic club in the democratic amount of protein and fat, it is spoon pepper. Then add three IN EVERY ROOM 'J.. I
bulletin. The bulletin has also other especially rich in iodine-thus it cups of canned salmon and two '' Radio Loud Speaker Rates Posted on Door ; 'J :, 1
party leader to submit their plat- is nourishing; it lacks any car tablespoons chopped parsley. Pour )I Electric Ceiling Fan Soft Water ) ; 1i
form ideas. bohydrates, however, and thus it into well-greased molds or custard \"
does not provide an overamountof cups, set in a pan of hot water MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS
Shouse said the party should
fuel. and bake in a slow oven-300 de- RATES
pledge itself for a prohibition ref- Also, salmon is delicious and a grees for thirty to forty minutes WITHOUT: BATH $1.50 UP K
erendum by offering a substitutefor glorious food to look at. Pink -until set and the knife comes WITH BATH $2.50 UP 5
the 18th amendment. Congress and firm in texture, silver-skinned out clean. B
first would have to pass the substi- and shining-it was never meantto I CHAS. B(. GRINER, Mgr.
tute. Shouse held, however, that in be served in a humdrum sort Spiced Salmon in Cucumber
voting on it the members "need not of way, as just another Friday Boats: Remove bones and skin -tQ:
voice personal endorsement" but food. Serve it as a very special from one large can of salmon.
souald, or Boil for two minutes threefourthscup
could "merely state willingness to dish in a feather-light
of vinegar, twelve whole
a golden-crusted: loaf. Garnish it
offer the people the chance to pass cloves twelve six s iiniiiiiiajaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKaj
for a salad with your most tempt- ; peppercorns
judgment in the knowledge that unless ing celery curls or tiny lettuce allspice berries and one-eighth
and until ratified by three- cup-leaves. Here are a few sug- tronn salt.. Pour hot over the !Ai
quarters of the states, the substi- gestions for serving this glamorous salmon and let stand several
tute cannot be effective." food in manner heft! :inb: hours Drain and serve cold in
He urged immediate amendment Salmon Timbales: Beit three ciicinvliT 1''*' T on lettuce garnished ,
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with cucumbers. : \
slightly, add one and mica co' "" >
wines and beer, contending the beer eggs very :: .
of the Volstead act to legalize light y .- .' ., ,. .'
tax alone would yeild immense rev ..... .. '-'
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enue and employment would be pro- 1X
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ITHLFRED GLENN, basso, has 't'. I,
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where he was heard In the leading I HOTEL HIlLLSBORO J.i
capitals as soloist and in the quar
tet made of ]Medium in The Ever
up himself. Lewis Tampa's Largest Hotel :%:
James, tenor James
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member of the General Motors glades. .
Quartet and as a soloist, Glenn will Central-Fireproof-Steam heat-Radios-Home- :i: 1
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River "Old Black Joe" and in
humorous songs has given him an t and Russian Baths-and many other conveniences. ;:i%: i
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been heard on concert tours of the :::
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other leading entertainers. The i '_. ......
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Telephone company have been en- live at the ;_ I

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