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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUlIENIDI EIt 42 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1931 SINGLE COPY FIVE 'CEXTS

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(CALLS ATTENTION TO LAWS I NEWS OFFICE MOVES

49' TWO-HOUR SEARCH I. RESTRICTING USE OF BOX TO HOPKINS BUILDINGTo CITY OFFICERS ASSUME DUTIES AS :


In order to relieve congestion in make room for the officesof '
CLEWISTON CHARTER TAKES EFFECTBAKER
REVEALS TREASURE the City of Clewiston, the ,
I mail boxes in the Clewiston post office -
News moved its office Wednesday -
I circular letters were mailed this .
week to permanemt residents of ho- to the Hopkins ,building : RECOMMENDED AS I, FROM CONSTRUCTION CAMP TO
TO HUNTING PARTY sharing the office room of Jus-
tels and boarding houses calling attention DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMAN CITY IN FIVE YEARSIS
tice of the Peace Paul Deam I
to section 587 of the Postal GROWTH
and Constable E. B. Butler.( J. K. Baker, prominent businessman
laws and regulations. which requireall -
MISS WILLIAMS' AND A. W. SIAS The News retains its former of Clewiston was recommendedthis
permanent residents either to Incorporation of 2800 acres of
LEAD PARTY TO CAPTURE phone number 339. If you week to fill a vacancy on the
rent post office boxes or receive mail Florida land into the City of Clewis-
CASH PRIZE have an item 'of news or printing Hendry county Democratic Executive
I in general delivery. ton officially! took effect here Thurs-
of nature remember the
any committee, to fill the place made va-
1 Postmaster A. W. Lawrence day morning October first. F. Deane
says
After a search of two hours Miss. new location. cant by the removal of L. A. Morgan,
,
"it is permissable for visitors, Duff, mayor-ocommissioner; R. Y.
Jamye Williams and A. W. Sias former member from Clewiston.Mr. .
: guests, servants, transients and tem- Patterson, commissioner of public
found the ten-dollar gold piece giv-i Baker's recommendation was '
boarders to receive mail in works; and Malcom W. Bigg,
porary com-
en by the teachers of the local high :I HALF WAY POINT made by other members of the com-
a family or hotel box but in prac- missioner of finance were named In
school last night. The prize was located mittee, and will be forwarded to
tically every other case the use of a the city's charter for four-year
in a Ford sedan owned by E. George W. McCrory, Sanford, state
box is restricted to the renter.A REACHED IN FALL terms as the first governing body of
.
B. Butler. secretary.The the
City of Clewiston. ,
copy of the postal law covering Democratic
Hendry county
A white spot on the left rear of Final
this i point is posted in the post office power for incorporation was
of
Executive committee is composed
the car distinguished as the loca- :'lobby. GOLF TOURNAMENT given in a special act of the 1929
J. H. Booth, chairman, H. A. Rider,
tion of the treasure. The clue to I I legislature introduced by Hon. Louis
W. L. Murray, and Marvin Taylor.
its' location was found at the tennis ATI O. Gravely, who was then representative -

court where photographs of an automobile HARRINGTON CROWDS DUFF of Hendry county in the .le-

having a white spot on the : COUNTY JOINS TO END OF FIRST 36 HOLES; PALM BEACH BAND gislature.

body was found. 1 SHELLEY THIRD, Clewiston's growth In the past

.k The participants of the 'hunt five years has not been phenomenal.It .

r:.. gathered at the school house where I I SEEK U. S. COURT At the half-way point in Clewis- ENGAGED FOR P-T.A has been the fulfillment of cer-

the first instructions I ton's Fall tournament this tain definite
4:, were given and golf plans for building a

''' } .. ". the system of "hidden meanings"were I I FOR FORT MYERSWANT week, Capt. F. Deane Duff chalkedup city in the midst of what was thena

. explained. The first clue read, I low score of 148 to lead the list HALLOWEEN DANCEDATE vast!: wilderness. Five years ago

: "There is water in the air it flows of contestants for the first 36 holes. the site 'on which now stands the

", to ,earth we know not where." This :i': COURT ROOM INCLUDED Duff was followed closely by J. J. MOVED TO OCTOBER 27th City of Clewiston was a mere con-

was explained as having reference IN FEDERAL BUILDINGTO Harrington who carded a 44-49 fora TO AVOID CONFLICT WITH struction camp. Today the city is

to the water tank directly in front I SPEED CASES net score of 75 for the second BELLE GLADE LEGION one of the most progressive towns in

,.:. :./ of the administration building. At round bringing his total to 151. the state. Its growth has been con-

the water tank were found slips of Tom, Shelley strode around the "Writer} Lippey's Palm Beach orchestra stant from its inception until now

paper with the inscription "Park In order to aid Fort Myers to gain course twice Sunday for a pair of : lias teen engaged to furn- the population has reached the 2500

Here," which signified the sign at construction of a larger federal 42's to step into third place for ish music for the ParentTeacher'sdance mark.

I : =the local golf course was a duplica- buildding and allow ,for holding ses- the week. here on Tuesday night, October Doubtless there are persons in

! ,... '. ;tion of the sign placed near the cad- sions of federal court there, mem- As the players now stand: Alston, 27, Mrs. B. A. ,Bourne president:: Clewiston who would prefer Jo have

I t., ..,, fdy house. bers of the board of county commis- 156; Bigg, 203; H. Blate, 166; V. of the association announced this the Clewiston company continue to

' ...,' .:. The clue found at the golf course sioners went on record Tuesday as Blate 197; Bowden, 185; Couse, week. contribute the entire cost of supply- -

; ;: led to the intersection of East Royal I favoring such plans. 203, Duff 148; Harrington, 151; Lippey's orchestra is well known ing the conveniences of the town as

'fr; .' Palm and Del Monte avenue. west I ,The establishment of federal courtin Hall, 159; Lovvorn. 160; Owen, 162; and generally liked in Clewiston it has in the past five years. But '

.:., : ', of the home of P. G. Bishop From Fort Myers will prove of great Prewitt, 216; Puryear, 189; Shelley, and their agreement to play for the these people are few. The average

,;"' :" this point the successful treasure I benefit and convenience to residentsof 153; Stewart. 156; Sturgess, 167 Halloween dance is being well re- good citizen is highly appreciative

..;./ !,' <'-" hunters began with renewed vigor, the Glades section.A and H. Vaughn, 169. A few cardsfor cived by those vho are planning to of the benefits supplied to the town-

:: '::' believing that they had learned to resolution addressed to Sena- the week had not been turned at attend the gala event. The orchestra site by the company, and is now .

'.: solve the meaning of 'the "clues. : tor Duncan U. Fletcher was intro- the time the News goes to press, but composed of six members, will ready to contribute his share toward

t., : At this point the participants duced at Tuesday's meeting by, RoyD. 'these scores will be counted in bring twelve instruments to be usedat the expenses of municipal govern-
fr"
> '::' thought they had found the system, Stubbs, county attorney and was awarding the first prize to be given i, different parts of the dance pro- ment, as he would be called uponto

:!. and that the next clue would be eas- i unanimously approved by the board. by Blate Brothers, and ;runner-up gram to provide diversification, Mr. do if he ,were a citizen of Moore

,>. ily located. A slip of paper with The resolution follows: prize to be given by Mrs. F. D. Duff. Lippey said.Lippey's Haven, Labelle, Pahokee, or any other
I' \,f: "Return to Sender" stamped indi- I orchestra established a town:; in the state.

:; cated that the next one would be Whereas, the Federal Governmenthas I i high rating' here last winter when The average citizen also appreci-

tI found at the post office. It seemed decided to erect a building in DYKESECTIONFOURWILL : they furnished music for the' Catholic ates the fact that,the expenses of de-

"' : .' simple at first but the anxious treasure the City of Fort Myers, to provide I benefit dance as their introduc- veloping: the city has been borne

'ti;{; hunters found some difficulty quarters for all of the activities of tion to the dancing set ''of Clewistonand heretofore by the Clewiston company -

i.-\} \ in locating the clues hidden in a the Government, and its offerings, BE STARTED the Glades. while businesses have oper-

.It! garbage box near the post office. in southwest Florida; and The Halloween dance originally ated here without paying any city

r; Finally the clues were located and Whereas, Hendry county is inter- scheduled by the P. T. A.'s for Oc- licenses nor maintenance. It is the
HERE NEXT WEEK
i ested in this subject, being in the
the hunters found "The end of the tober 31st was 'moved forward to policy of the new government to

, r-1 road." After several minutes of territory to be served: Tuesday night, October 27th. by the keep all expenses at a minimum.

; perplexing thought as to where the It is resolved by the Board, that committee in charge of arrange- Mayor-commissioner Duff states

I I! ,:'',..." end of the coad was located it was the authorities' at Washington, be MACHINE TO BE ON LOCATIONFOR ments in order to cause no conflict that it is his desire under city ad-
, .and ,they are, hereby requested to CONSTRUCTION IN
; remembered that Clewiston is the with a similar dance to be given at ministration and with additional fire

terminal of the A. C. L. railroad. have 'said building provide adequate CLEWISTON I Belle Glade on Halloween night. fighting equipment and organization -

Pf. After searching around the passen- space, for the present and future I I The Belle Glade Legion post is sche- to materially reduce the fire insurance -
Limping along with a boom of i
needs of this community, and
station for espe- rates all of
ger several anxious minutes i there for October for owners improved -
dance
', only 75 feet, the government'slarge I duling a
: 'cially-i-that; quarters be provided for '
'j :< the leaders of the hunt decided property within the city
; 1 ja division of the Federal court, and dragline the largest to be 31st.
'f:',j. that the end of the road must as- II limits
used in the Everglades, is this week
' I that the Department of Justice be ,
,:;o't' .y be at the freight station The City of Clewiston covers 2800
'-- requested to make an immediate being walked into position for con- School Funds
fits where the engine awaits schedule to County acres located between Industrial canal -
?< :' survey to ascertain the necessity of struction work on experimental dyke
return to Haines City. on the east to the Coast Line
' '., .7: ,:-., Hidden at the freight station of 'j establishing such division of such section four, a short distance west Get ,First Increase railroad crossing on the west; and
of Clewiston Inn. In swinging its
t'. the A. C. L. were slips of paper bearing Court in Lee County; from lake shore on the north to an

'. ...,: the Latin cross, symbol of the I Resolved further,. that a copy of creepers along Sunday night the, Under New LawsAs east and west line near Harlem
',: Catholic church. This clue proved ,this Resolution, under the signature dragline broke its boom. originally, section.

' .': comparatively easy and new energy 1 of the Chairman of this Board, at- 100 feet, and was delayed one dayin After a brief study of property in
.It
. tested by its Clerk, with the seal its movement. The shorter boom Hendry county's share of the
; was injected into the spirited hunt Clewiston it is found that the Clew-
attached, be forwarded to Senators was installed on the machine to per- first apportionment of school funds
at this point. The half way mark iston company is owner of more than
'" had been successfully reached an Fletcher and Trammell and Cone mit it to walk its way to Clewiston, under the acts of the 1931 legisla- 80 percent of the taxable values of
,.'', Drane. while a larger one is being shipped ture ''Superintendent E. L. Stallings
gressman
only four more clues remained to b e: I the city; non-resident property own-
", found before the winners would l Passed in open session at LaBelle, in to be used when construction received a check this week for ers have about 14 per cent of the

come in possession of the ten dollar Florida, this 6th of October 1931.Building I work on section four starts next $&.02.17 to be used for general taxable values within the city, and

prize offered. At the church wen I week. school purposes. all resident owners. together own
: : The machine completed core con- The acts, under which this
new
found the clues leading to the baseball about 6 per cent. It is easily seen
1 For struction of section five, few miles made
: diamond. The clue being, Light a lirst distribution was appor- that the resident property owners be
,}' west of Clewiston last week. Due to tions school funds on a teacher-
picture of a baseball with the word called upon for only a small partof
Plant Complete To an absence of marl supply near the unit basis under a $7,500,000 ,an- and
ing "This may get you at home. ; the expenses of the city, yet
experimental unit, soil will be designed to
At this point in the hunt enthu nual appropriation they will gain in all benefits that
hauled in to complete the work. in the statea
Install P/iotors SoonMoore guarantee all counties
siasm was running high with spirit are to be made.
While the larger machine is on minimum term of eight months, administrative offices will be
: (Continued on page 4) City
,
'I I its way to Clewiston a smaller drag for both elementary and high temporarily lodged in the building
( Haven Democrat) line that has been at work east of schools.

HAM 1 CLUB TO MAKE "The municipal light plant will be I town on section three completed its The first state apportionmentfound News.formerly occupied by the Clewiston

in operation within ten days," su- core buildingj and is being trans- $3 0,076.72 in the state treas-

perintendent S C. Stalls said yester ferred to another location. Later ury to the credit of the schools.

EARLY STAGE DEBITI day. the large machine will be used to The one mill ad valorem levy au- BOYS MAKE GAIN

. z' The building which has been un- complete section three. thorized by state constitution addeda

der construction for the past two Construction of the six experimental sum" of $71,128.16;, interest on

: NEW DRAMATIC ORGANIZATIO]weeks, was completed Wednesday''i units about the south shore of the common school fund provided a IN SCOUTCRAFTCOURT

'1 TO SPONSOR SERIES OF Work of repairing and adjusting the I Lake Okeechobee is being carried on like amount., A sum of $177,840.40was

ENTERTAINMENTS engines damaged by fire here is being by the federal government in order derived from a 25 per cent shareof ,
HONOR PROMOTES
OF
; -- rushed as fast as possible. Un to 'ascertain approximate cost of all automobile licenses issued.
Organization of local talent actor s less materials fail to arrive on schedule construction. Bids for the first project State Superintendent of Schools WORTHY SCOUTS AT

'I and entertainers into a dramati c I time the plant will be in full f a six mile dyke between here ,W. S. Cawthon in a letter addressedto MEETING .

, club took place Wednesday night al' t I operation in the new building with- and Moore Haven was opened last Mr. Stallings said that each jointly Clewiston Friday ; -

F l' the'home of Mrs. G. O. Wallace Th 31 in the ten-day period. It is possible I month in Jacksonville but the Clew- teacher-unit in the county wou'd Meeting
evening Sept 25th, with a large
" new organization has been name d that the equipment will arrive sooner iston office has not received official result in approximately $600 a yearto

'r the Ham Club.It than Is expected, in that case, the communication as to the acceptance the county school funds. and enthusiastic crowd, the Boy and
Haven
is the plan of the new civic organization '- superintendent said electrical'' current of the bid. McWilliams con- Scout troups of Moore
Clewiston held their court of honor.
to sponsor one eveninof g will be rendered from the city's struction company presented the SEPTEMBER GASOLINE SALES
dramatic entertainment in Clew," plant at an earlier date. lowest bid for the work. Their bid SHOW HIGH PERCENTAGE The Scouts advanced to Second

iston each month during the yea:r' of $984,000 was filed with the vardeartment's INCREASE OVER AUGUST Class were: Oliver Howell, Wilson
A of six under
crew men. the supervision -
Paul Boe,
I Gantt Curtis Varnadoe,
The date for the first production c Washington office; con- ,
the new club has not been decidecTryouts I of T. D. Moody, represen Gasoline sales in Clewiston and Merrel Lowe. William Hooks. The
tract will be awarded from the capi-
tative of the Fairbanks-Morse officee
will be had at an early dal:e I tol. Hendry county for September will seven' following were advanced to
, Jacksonville, are busily engage increase over First Class: Robert Hare, Edwin
so that all available talent will b Ie show a 100 percent
I 1 enrolled in the club; membership :i it ,LS 1 in making the replacement of part!!s Re-APPOINTMENTP ASKED sales reported for August accordingto Ward, James Wynn, Van Bush,

t not restricted, but an open invit:1- on the engines. M. F. Yoman, whose commissions a survey made of gasoline distributors Richard BestorHolson Avant and
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tion Is extended to all. --- ------ -- -, marks and brands' Inspector, for this week. Marvin Altman. The following .
GETS ELECTRIC ICE BOX sales is caused by a'I scouts were advanced in the Merit
At Its organization meetir g Hendry county expires November 1. Increased .
Wednesday night. Mrs. G. O. Wa i- A large electric ice box was in. was recommended to the governor general increase in activity in the Badge field. James Wynn in Swimming -

lace was named president, Charl ie sailed this week in the Civic Center r Tuesday, for re-appointment to they 'I county, Farming,' and beginning of handicraft, personal health

Miner, vice president E. B. Butle cafe. The installation was made bJ; same position. The recommendation preparation, for the cane grinding thfinding, and coonking. Freddie

... secretary-treasurer, and Miss Lohc :se Maldon Wright of Moore Haven, djgtrUjtpr .. was made by tl\p board?\ of poi\ ity season at Clewiston contributing a\' Flanders, in personal health, Book

?.C/ Monroe/' director of publicity, \!\ for Hendry: county} (joramle&loners< major portion of tIlE tncreasQ. --- (Continued on pn. eerelndaed 4)),




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THE CLEWISTON NEWS I argument which takes no account of "Forty horse." I chased from reliable firms and even I 666

the pride of ownership or of the "That's one on ma. She said you 1 though the price from such firms) ,/

Published every Friday in Clewiston,! intangible values of comfort and was a one-horse preacher." may be very little more than the

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, security in permanent possession.: figures offered by an unrealiable I LIQUID OR TABLETS

Inc. No high pressure salesmanshipwould Governor of Prison (to recap- house, the extra price is excellent insurance Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in
be necessary to Induce the tured convict)-Out with it, man. for a good profitable bean
Entered as second class matter, 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
How did ?
man or woman who wants a home to you effect your escape' crop.
February 1. 1927 at the Post Officeat District Well sir me and checks Malaria in three \\i1r
build now if the undertaking be at Convjct- Know Seed Sources"It day
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act
wife sent me a file concealedin I. "
all possible. The real advantagesand young days.
of March 3, 1897. I was my pleasure a few years
substantial Inducements are a cake, and I'm not sure now
ago to make a survey of the bean
whether I ate the cake and sawedme 666 Salve for Baby's ColdThe
and obvious.-Toledo (O.)
A newspaper devoted to the best many producing sections of Florida. Dur-
Blade. way out with the file, or ate ... ,,.., ....., ., ._,
Interests of Hendry County, Florida ing my stay there I was impressedby "'" =-: ; ru7" "'".c :;"" "" .J.-a.
-0- the file and sawed me way out with
Its leading newspaper. the fact that very few of the
SOME FLORIDA FACTS the cake. growers knew where their seed ori- Clewiston Laundry

Subscription rate: per year$2.00( ginated. They were planting beans,
I I Farmer Ding-This time I've
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 So far as Herman Gunter, State been hired J not knowing if the seed was of .
really lucky. My new
I geologist, is able to determine from 'eastern or western origin. Often- SERV S you
II man is a prize. He's clean, doesn'tdrink .
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Advertising rates furnished on ap- maps at hand, the distance from or smoke. gets up at day times this may be the difference be- ,.'.. N "
Roseland. Indian River County, to tween profit and loss. Since, as I ;
plication. break and quits at set-indus-
sun
__ __ I I Anona, Pinellas county, on a due trious and reliable. I'll tell the mentioned previously, seed source is -:

Business office Clewiston News,,: east and west line, is the greatest world. extremely important in the controlof
width in Peninsular Florida from anthracnose 'and bacterial blightit
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and i! Farmer Bang-How long has, he
the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of is highly desirable to know where : :
Advertising, same. been with you?
Mexico. Township 30 South, Range the seed was grown and to only use
26 east, is the center of the state.It .] Farmer Ding-He's coming to such seed carrying the least amountof YOUR 1 a1,

Telephone 339 is about eight miles east of Bar- morrow. Infection. s

tow. Polk county, which location is Skinned Plenty "In conclusion let me say that :-=1 LAU NDRr AF

"These are times when' the man about 72 miles equi-distant from the buying bean seed from reliable deal-
Little By (Looking 'at mother'snew
who the worst will get what Gulf and Atlantic. The map Mr. makes difference to
expects "How that beast ers. is a good and the only practiceto It no
opera wrap) :
this infor-
he is looking for, and the man who Gunter used in procuring that could follow. Since most of the large us whether it rains or shines
expects nothing and works like the mation is a base map made by the must have suffered you bean seed companies operate in the we give you the same Snow-
have such a fur coat!
devil will be rewarded in round,, United States Geological Survey, and Youshouldn't west where anthracnose is no con- White, efficient laundry service
"Hush Roscoe
Mother ,
hard dollars.-D. G. Dalhberg. is very accurate, says the Lake : father." sequence and where bacterial blightis throughout the whole year.
talk of
Wales Highlander. This informa- so your
-0.- I of less frequent occurrence .than
tion settles a question which has Long ,rainy days are apt
INVITE THEM TO STAY in the east clean seed can be pur-
been under discusion for some time. to break into jour own home
FARMERS RECEIVE chased from them. I
Each year there come to Floridaa -Florida Times-Union. laundry service, but remember

vast multitude of winter visitors -----0- . .... .. .... we are here to render you the
ADVERTISING DID IT .:NNN:NHS:NNN:-:N: : :NNNN: :HH: : :NNN. best of Laundry Service...
who enjoy our climate, our amuse- ADVICE ON PESTS! .:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:-:..:-:..;. :..:..:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:.
ments, and our hospitality for a few
months. This year Florida should Full page grocery ads in the daily Your :jauntily worries are

adopt the general policy as inviting papers reminds us of the stubbornness AND COMBAT WAYSBean I C. E. STEBEL over when you phone us. I.....

them to stay.Florida with which the old time grocer
refused to prices.He Dealer in M
should encourage homebuilding 1 publish grocery I CL.EWISTON
would run a small ad announc- growers in the Okeechobee I General Electric Refrigerators
not only those winter residents '
ing "Staple and Fancy Groceries, section around Winter Beach Canal LAUNDRY inc.
but her own people who are I .1
not property owners should be encouraged -i and Fresh Meats," but try and get Point, Belleglade, Pahokee and oth- Electrochef Stoves EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST.
him to name some of those groceries I ell points have learned through Representative -
to buy or build a home. i Radios and Supplies T\
and price them, and he would 1 Ruth Bryan Owen's efforts CLEW/STON FLORJDAnjour
Every week reports from Cham-;' tell you that it was bad policy to the nature of pests and diseases Radio Repairing

bers of commerce, hotels, and in-'j publish prices because his competor that have caused serious Pahokee Florida $nov/Z ? Laundry'
quiries In general show that an increasing losses in and
would "get hold of them. How past seasons, means
number of people will vis- i times have changed-and the prices whereby these'can be controlled. In- .:..:.-:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:-:-:..:. THE LAUNDRY DOES IT BETTER
It the state this winter. It is rea- ........... .... ...... .... ...... .. .......
too. Chain stores led the way, and formation conveyed to Representative : : : : : :-: : :-: : : :-: : :-: : : :-: :-: : : : "l"tirT>:i h.o7 <.o. ,"::>'" ': '!':" .... ..
sonable to expect a repetition of progresive Independents were quickto Owen by Dr. W. J. Zaumeyer.I --- -----

last year's record -breaking tourist see the advantage and follow. associate plant pathologist of the!I

population. Added attractions in The result has been larger turnover, United States, Department of Agriculture '
the state, coupled with the fact that lower prices and quicker profits. although furnished specifi- PURE. CLEA1t OI1IIpfi

Florida shows her appreciation for Well conducted grocery stores make cally in the Interests of growers'along ',
this tourist trade .shows the north-
Lake Okeechobee and the low-
more money than the old fashionedones
ern resident that Florida is here to did. Their stocks are fresher er East Coast, is equally applicable

stay, and the faith of the Floridianshas and cleaner. They have the latest in other bean growing areas of Flor-

not been materially shaken by and best articles of' food 'that money ida. In his letter Dr. Zaumeyersaid i a
talks of depression.
can buy, and the buying public bene- :

Never before have opportunitiesbeen fits through cheaper prices.. Adver- "Regarding the two diseases you I

as inviting to make permanent tising did It.-Avon Park Times. mentioned, bacterial blight and! an- I

residents of the winter tourists. Never -o- thracnose, I may ,say that both o.-o

before have such bargains in real seed borne, ,and the only method of II : ...;;:
estate been offered to the 'public
,
control is the use of disease-free /
and the wise investor will begin now J Sun Spotsl"" I seed. The question of seed sours *3 :

to take advantages of the opportunities j highly important especially in Flor-

on which he will reap rewards ida, where weather conditions are

later. favorable for the spread and development S ;

New population means new prosperity Mrs. 'Jack.-Is your husband fond of the two maladies, however !P\S

to Florida. of animals? if disease-free seed is used, ._ :

Although Clewiston is not a tour- Mrs. Jackson-He sure is. He the source of initial infection will blacking -') DEPARTMENT O
o g
ist town, and does not cater to tour- don't even make an attempt to keep and hence little if any secondary -

ist business, we, along with rest the wolf from the door. spraed will result. 1 -

of Florida realize that the home "Anthracnose is a: disease whichis

builder has an opportunity to rendera Will Roach er (cop) to Cleo Ball, extremely sensitive to changes of

real service to his state as well to (who has just skidded through a temperature and humidity only de- .. -... ..-.-.. -....-...-. ....-...
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show room window) "Have you veloping under conditions of'hi h
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-0-BUILD NOW chains?" humidities and comparatively low I ENJOY TWO WEEKS AT FLORIDA'S i

Cleo: "Sure, what for half or a temperatures. Under western condi-I
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tions where the humidities FOREMOST HEALTH INSTITUTION ;
dollar? :: .
Some tboughtful students of bus- '! x"to
and the temperatures are high the f -
iness conditions say the slump in disease does not develop and hence I The only $50,000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments .ti.
house building is the key-log in the Georgia Hotel Clerk: "I beg your treatments that ::
bean, seed originating in the semi- :,: for men and womengiving thorough drugless i
business jam. They may be right pardon, but what's your name? of health with decisive re'i'
arid western states is free from this! 't': comprise modern methods restoring ;
about that. Assuredly general Coach Carm: Don't; you see my: '
a revival '
disease. Eastern grown seed in cer :i: sults at astonishingly low rates.jjgi_'o : :
in house construction would signature on that register?
provide employment for men in all Hotel Clerk: : "Yes-that's what tain years carries the organism and "; Excellent hotel accomodations, baths, treating rooms, sun baths ?;:
such seed when planted in Flou'd1may attendance :::
the building trades. It would stim- aroused my curiosity." :_: and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in

ulate sales of furniture and furnish- T cause serious damage to ths 'i. always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. .j.

ings of all kinds. It would put "Make that ham and eggs, pork- crop."In general bacterial blight i is: ::: Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin :;:

many millions of dollars of hoarded chops," snapped Professor Smith more serious in the eastern bean ;. Eruptions Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumaticand .:e
money into circulation and that. down at local restaurant. :i:
a growing regions than in the western. :::: liver Disorder.
of course, would benefit everybody to do
"The chef's too busy any: '
This is due to conditions of weather. .. Write for free descriptive folder .:.
But the citizen Afford Ticks retorted the fresh wait ;
average cannot now, : certain states in
There however
are, ;
to build now for altruistic rea- ress. the west :where the disease is :\.1 :? DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS :::

sons only. He must be convincedthat factor in certain years. During the I One Spring Boulevard .t.
in this helping of others he Hyde-Were you lucky at thoraces < .:.
past two years bacterial blight was :2 SAFETY HARP.OU, FLORIDA ;
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will also help himself by making the yesterday? of little consequence, and hence the : .:.

soundest possible investment and I WJ'de-I should just think I was!, seed originating here carried little l...NH). :..:HH. :..:N:.1:.I:-:,1:..:NMNNH. -. :..:..:..:..:.1:-:..:H.H:-:NHNHMNM:..:M:-:1.:e1NHN. ., :-:..:N:..:MNNIN11'. . :,.
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advertisements in the daily papers Aberdeen Exprees. large bean producing states, are as I .

and in all sorts of publications thereis free from bacterial blight as any. What Last ? 1 1.t.
the absolute proof that lumber Teacher-Who wrote the greatest Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah, carry' f_ Happened Night :

and most other kinds of building war song in the world? some in certain years. I'

material may be bought very much Tornmv-Mendelsshon! Don't Save Seed .. ,

cheaper now than for many years Teacher--.What is it? "Information has come to me recently 'I .. : while you were asleep, ;%

past. The quotations approximate Tommy-Here comes the bride, regarding the fact that cer I :;: I..t. I. world was busily!I engaged- :.?. ,
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pre-war prices. That is an established -Christian Union Herald. t ,
tain of the Florida bean C
growersin
:::: of !living. Ships werf'
fact and not just somebody'sopinion.
the region of Pompano' and the t "l
Ouch! Glade section are saving bean seed :s;: the Atlantic, crowds, were < ::

Real estate dealers and private! The important individual in thi from the crops of last year which :t: swarming tho streets of ChIr.a. I;

owners offer building sites at aston- hotel lobby had missed:! his sill, were grown there and which were :k: houses were burning people were II I

ishingly low prices and payment handkerchief. He accused the Irish J. .
not marketed. This in in my estimation +? laughing, playing and working..
terms most advantageous to pur- baggageman of stealing it. A mom- is a very poor practice to '..' '>.; I ,: 0::'

chasers.' ent later he found the missing hand follow even though such seed maybe :;: I The Tampa Mornhia Tribune; brings{;.; :t:

Architects and contractors are kerchief in his own coat pocket. Ai I somewhat cheaper than commer- _; I yon complete news of the world everyj.. ;.
eager bidders for business at '. .. ', :x
very apology followed. cially purchased seed. This seed .:. I moiLing.SI3RVICE. ,
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reasonable margins of profit.It ""
"That's all right. said the Irish- when planted may produce a crop .' '
is a buyer's market and :: ( :... '. :X:
now. man. "You thought I was a thief badly diseased with either bacterial ; '
certainly is the time to take advan- and I thought you were a gentle- blight or anthracose since it was 3' JN CLEWISTON- '.{ ..;.

tage of it by contracting for your man. We were both wrong." grown in a region ideal for the development ..e. I A
home at rock bottom prices which
of these diseases. It is a t. Y

probably will not again prevail for The new preacher drove up in hi; known fact that the cost of the seed :;:; ::oc Weekly 85c :"MonthlyTampa I :kJ :..t.t :.

many years, if ever. the of his first visit :::
. car on grounds is but a small factor in comparisonto -
Whether you take the money to his parishoners and was met the price of the ultimate crop. .If *
from a bank account or borrow it. by Willie. poor seed is planted, naturally an :i= Morning Tribune ,

the saving of 25 or 30 per cent of "Is that your own car? asked inferior crop will result. It is be- y Xt

1929 costs makes your home build- Willie. cause of this that only the best seed Tampa, Florida *
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ing now a most excellent Invest-
"Yes my son." be planted if a profitable crop is de-

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I THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1931
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R. L. Coker was a visitor in Palm 1 . . . . . I i
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Jesus Christ thou shalt be ASKED I . .
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Beach Sunday.
saved, and thy house." And. M. F. Yoman, whose commission '

I Personal Mention I C. A. Johnson and R. S. Lincoln he was baptized,. he and all his. as marks and brands inspector, for Miss Lowther'sBEAUTY i

spent the week-end in Jacksonville. straightway." Hendry county expires November 1,I II SALON !
9. g The first Christian church in Eu- was recommended to the governor

... :-t IC. rope was at Philippi, and ten years Tuesday, for re-appointment to the IS OFFERING
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Adams spent Miss Ava Ezelle of Alva, spent NOW BOTH THE
later, when in prison at Rome, Paul same position. The recommendation' !
Sunday visiting in Miami Sunday here with her brother, Dr, I FREDERIC i I
it the Lord made the board of
---.- J. W. Ezelle. wrote to "Rejoice in was by county and !
r'W. always, By prayer and supplication commissioners.
G. Charley spent Saturday in I SHELTON CROQUIGNOLE :
let requests be made known
Oscar O'Rear, returned to Clewiston your '
West Palni' Beach business.Mr. PERMANENT WAVES
on I
the of God
I Sunday after a two weeks vacation unto God and peace
spent at his home in Jasper,, *. shall keep your hearts and minds COUPONFor Experts Operators for all lines

and Mrs. L. F. Perkins were Ala. through Christ Jesus." I of Beauty Culture :

visitors, in Fort Myers Sunday. I Harvey Bldg. .Telephone I

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--- Mr. and Mrs. 'T. B. Shelley and LaBelle PersonalsBy FREE Tulip Bulbs t West Paim 13 each. Fla. 2-3623

I, R. L. Blake of Miami was a guest . . . . . . .
Mr. and Mrs. E. L Stewart spent I.. _.. ..%..... -
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at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday night. Sunday in Canal Point, attending a ( :Mrs.: Lemuel Howard) Washington Grown Bulbs

ball game Are the Best j'---r =
Kenneth Higle, of Venice was in Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin visited I

Clewiston, Monday visiting friends.E. friends in Alva Sunday.W. I A SANITARY SHOPALL

unbap tbOOIJreSgOn To advertise( our superior bulbswe

W. Ireland, of Fort Myers was P. Arledge left Thursday for are giving away several thousand J Barbers Try To Conduct

transacting business here Monday. Brunswick, Ga., for a few. days vis- Shops of Cleanliness.
choice Giant Darwin Tulips.
it with relatives.
I BUT: We Go Beyond That
J Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker spent -
I Monday in West Palm Beach, on Mrs. Lottie B. Langsford of Ft. Mail this coupon with 25 centsno .Point, And Give You Sanitary

business. FOR OCTOBER. 11, 1028. Myers, spent the week-end visiting ( stamps) to cover packing and\ ;Service In All Kinds Of Barber

SUBJECT: PAUL at PHILLIP Mrs. Sam Carson in LaBelle. mailing of a sample collection ol'I I Work
Eugene Reier and Miss Dorothy 12 choice bulbs guaranteed to bloomin
GOLDEN TEXT: "Rejoice in the I WE MAKE A SPECIALTYOF
Deam were among those in Pahokee, Hull assorted colors.
Lord away; and again I say, Re- Misses Alice and Frances

Sunday.W. joice." Phil. 4:4. Turner spent the week end in Ft. I RAINWATER SHAMPOOS
This offer expires October 31st
LESSON TEXT: Acts '16: 22-34; Myers visiting Mrs. Claude Forbes.
I W. Liddell, left Thursday for Only one collection for each coupon CIVIC CENTER
Philippians 4: 4-7.
Sarasota where he will remain for Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Taylor of
TIME AND PLACE: 51 A. D.;
the week-end. Muse, attended services at the La- BARBER SHOP
in Southern
Philippi Europe.
Belle Baptist church Sunday morn- Vallentgoed Bulb Co.
INTRODUCTION: From 1 a s tSunday's Nolon Bl Conner
O. K. Fletcher, of Tampa. was ing. Auburn Wash. Prop.
lesson "we pass suddenly I ..
out-of-town businessmen
among the from the peaceful 'Place of Prayer'by
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A. B. of Miami the
here Monday.Mrs. Bowing spent I
the river side and the quiet hos-
pitality of Lydia's house into a past week in LaBelle at the guest of pcs; -c< t C C 'CC 4 tp teipsicexi i icS
his aunt. Mrs. W. F. Turner and ? w
E. R. Fontain, of Tampa, is scene of turmoil and peril. One day,

spending the week in Clewiston, as they were on their way to the family. Going to 2

with her husband._ prayer spirit place of divination', 'a certain met maid them.havinga Miss Edna Small, Miss Vivian 1 TYBEE or JACKSONVILLE BEACH?

Mr. and Mrs. George Augur and Turner and Jake Chalker of La-
This young soothsaying girl was UI
STOP AT
little daughter Jean, spent Sundayin Belle and Burnell Mourning of
the slave of a set of men who ex- I I
West Palm Beach. Miami, attended the theatre in Fort HOTEL
SAVANNAHSavannah
ploited her 'alleged powers of insight 8
Myers Friday night.
into the future as a business 9
Miss Frances Monroe and Camp- Ga.
proposition. She had heard the ,
bell Nail 'were in Pahokee, Sunday, The R. N. A.'s of the Royal Poin- I
apostles preaching in the city, and I HOTEL SEMINOLE I
to attend the show there. ;cianna camp of LaBelle celebrated
followed them, shouting that they
their seventh anniversary Monday i
represented "the most High God" Jacksonville, Fla.
Hogan Victor Blate II with held
Miss Jo and night a delightful party
and were proclaiming the "way of MODERN FIREPROOF
; were among those attending the at the community hall.
salvation. I IN EVERY ROOM
I show in Pahokee. Sunday: y
I In the 'Scriptures we read that on Mrs. E. M. Weekley returned to il Radio Loud Speaker Rates Posted on Door

Dr. J. W. Ezelle and his sister, several occasions the evil spirits rec- her home in LaBelle Friday, from Electric Ceiling Fan Soft Water i

Miss Ava Ezelle were visitors in ognized Christ and proclaimed himas Earley Branch, S. C., where she has MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS it

I West Palm Beach. SundayI the Son of God, but Jesus rebuking -. been visiting relatives for the past RATES .
I I them suffered them not to
four months.Mr. i BATH UP
I WITHOUT $1.50 &
I A. Paris of Princeton, N. ,J., speak."
WITH UP
BATH $2.50
I was a business visitor in Clewiston The apostles were annoyed by .
and Mrs. Harry Ulmer and
several days of this week.S. CHAS. H. GRINER, Mgr.
these cries of the young woman, continued Mrs. Thelma Warren left Tuesday I. if.
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day after day. Paul turnedto for Metter Georgia, for a visit of 1 e s res5e isSJ5 xi *seieiec!
R. Connell returned to Clewis- her, and in the presence of the several days with relatives.
ton, Wednesday, after an absenceof
multitude "said to the spirit. I com-

several weeks in Adel, Ga. mand thee in the name of Jesus Among LaBelle residents atendingthe : iFli? IIIHIIIIIIIIIr.tA illllll IIIln lll llllllil IIIIIIIIIIIII! IIU IIIIIIII J IIIIIIIIIIIWI' nlilllIIII\ IIII\IIIIIlIllt\ .
Christ to come out of her. The Peace River Baptist associationin .JI
Miss Jewel Lowe and A. W. Law-
spirit obeyed, and the girl could no Bowling Green Sunday, were:
rence were the Clewistonfolk
attending among the .show in Pahokee. longer use the art of "soothsaying," Rev. and Mrs. Gus Padgett, Mr. and

I and the profits of her owners ceased. Mrs. D. E. Small. Mrs. Sam Carson,
.I I Sunday.
Then Acts 16: 19, 20 and 21, say, Mrs. Homer Hand Miss Edna Small, a' rl

i .. J. H. Franklin, of Miami, representative *. "When her masters saw that J. H. Booth, Mrs Theodore YoemansMrs. ,,, .tit ,

-v' : :: of Glen H. Curtiss proper- the hope of their gains were gone. Charles Yoemans Edward Cook, ..

,' ties, was a business visitor here they caught Paul and Silas, and James Luckey and Lorenzo Padgett.

this week. drew them into the market place

unto the rulers, and brought themto

Mr and Mrs. G. Small were the magistrates, saying, These RODEO DATES SET r

among the Clewiston residents in men, being Jews do excedingly trou-

West Palm Beach, Sunday after- ble our city, and teach customs, You Never SeeA
noon. which are not lawful for us to receive FOR NOVEMBER 11 Things

neither to observe, being 1 I

Mr. and Mrs D. B. -Allen-- and._-- Roman'.." I I' I Ii
November 10 to 11 to be big i
were visitors in Canal are
daughter You will notice that the accusersof
of Mr. Al- days at Arcadia, with the annual rodeo -
Point Sunday, as guests Paul and Silas did not state their
t a football possibly a
len's father. game
real grievance (loss of their profits -
Shrine ceremonial and other fea-
), but said Jhel had taught contrary -
tures calculated to fill two days and
E. E. Kellek, commissioner from to Roman laws, and tried to
I district one spent Tuesday in La- excite national prejudice of Romans the usual number of nights chock

I Belle attending a meeting of the against Jews. Our lesson says, *. *. full of entertainment on what have crowd of boaters Playing'I !
The rodeo has been annual
county commissioners. you. an I!
I "The multitude rose up together
event at Arcadia for several ,
I I Mrs. W. K.-Downs arrived in against off them their; and clothes the, magistratesrent and com- and plans announced for this year's years Checkers in Front of A Business I

i Clewiston Sunday to spend the show indicate that it will be "biggerand
manded to beat them.
winter with her son, C. L. Downsat better than ever." Advertises in The
The officials tore the clothing That
away
the Watanabe hotel. Rodeo events are to be in chargeof
of Paul and Silas, so they couldbe
I Jack Hughes. according to an-
beaten their bare backs. The
Capt Hurd L. Reeves, of LaBelle, on nouncement by the general committee Clewiston News.
lesson continues "And when
they
tax assessor, and J. H. Booth chairman on arrangements. These will in- I

of Hendry county Democratic had laid many stripes upon them clude the usual stunts put on at such
they cast them into prison, charging
executive committee were business affairs-riding wild steers, roping, I I
the jailor to keep them safely Who,
visitors in Clewiston, Monday. ; and the like
branding, cowboy races ,
having received such a charge, II Nor A Prospective Customer
all crowded full of thrills. A freak Ii
thrust them into the inner prison,
Wallace Allen recently arrived in
show of five legged calves and other
Clewiston from Newport News, Va., and made their feet fast in the and other such farm and range creatures Who Does Not Read Your
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stocks. The "Stocks" consisted of
for a month's visit with his parents, is to be an added attractionthis

Mr. and 1Irs.V.. C. Allen. Mr. Al- "two heavy beams, one upon the On November 11, Armistice -
year.
len is stationed at Newport News other. The upper beam was lifted 'I day, special programs are being Message When It Is Brought 'i
and after the prisoner's ankles were
with the I I
navy planned, with bands, drum corps I
.j put across the depressions in the and drill teams representing several Him The Best Ad- I
To
PAUEXTTEACHETI'BRIDGE lower beam, it (the upper be\.m) South Florida American Legion : Through I
let down and fastened. It was
was
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EVENT posts competing for prizes, besidesthe
then impossible for the prisoner to Ever-
The
.1 Medium in
rodeo events for that day. The verfising -
most withdraw his feet and This
One of the outstanding suc- escape. Armistice day football game is to be '
cesses of the season was the Parent- was the first time the misionarieshad started and finished early enoughto II -I'

Teacher's benefit bridge held at the been punished by Roman offi- permit staging the wild west pro- _, glades. .. _." :.:.. ',: ',', '-:
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Clewiston Inn last Friday afternoon, gram. .'-'" ,

: under the supervision of Mrs. J. G. The following quotation from the Arcadia's big time is being adver I I II

.. Allhands chairman of the entertainment lesson is the best description of this tised far and wide throughout South

fc committee. great event: "At midnight Paul and and Central Florida, cars equippedwith i I I

With the assistance of Mrs. OI Silas prayed, and sang praises unto loud speakers having been pro- I

A. Ward, chairman of the refresh- God: and the prisoners heard them. vided for tours of these parts of the

ment committee and Mrs. C. W. Mc- And sudenly there was a great state, broadcasting the news of the '.1

Donald, chairman of ftie finance earthquake, 'and immediately all the coming event. Rampageous steers I

committee the afternoon doors were opened, and one's The Clewiston News
of bridge every already are in the corrals. in train-

'' was declared to be a success by all bonds were loosed. And the keeperof ing for the different events in which __ -I II

\I who attended. the prison waking out of his sleep, range stock will participate. Bad

i:,. Eight tables of' bridge were played and seing the prison doors open. ponies are being made worse, pre-

during the afternoon and fifty tickets he drew his sword, and would have paratory to being topped by rough

I' were sold to provide funds for killed himself, supposing that the riders of the range. And every n

the association to further its work prisoners had been fled. But Paul body within miles of Arcadia is plan-

I at the local school. cried, "Do thyself no harm: for we ning to take a couple of days off

I First prize for the afternoon was are all here. Then he called for alight for the eventful occasion. Plenty of
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awarded to Mrs. W. P. Vaughn,,I and sprang in ,and fell down seats, plenty of eats, plenty of fun

: with Mrs W. C. Pressley winner of before Paul and Silas. and said, and enjoyment, are promised for all I .

,j consolation. Miss Jeanette Morgan "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" and sundry at Arcadia, so don't i
made the lucky cut. And they said, "Believe on the Lord forget the place and dates. .Ujll'ft\I"IIIII: \ I"IIIII I"I i" II I rtll""nlllllll 1 I'lIUlllllU' r HlI" III I! lL

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THE NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1931
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TWO HOUR SEARCH REVEALS I Tuesday by the county commission-)I coils may accumulate in the eyes, CLEWISTON LEGION POST I each Monday and Friday from October -

TREASURE IN AUTOMOBILE:crs. and parts of the head often swell. TO RESUME MONTHLY MEETS !0 through November 6. They

Two petitions v/erj presented to The spread of roup can be pre- ,will go on the 'air over WRUF between -

(Continued from page 1) the l board from residents of the vented by quickly removing all affected Members of Clewiston Post num- 12 and 12:45 noon, the regu-

ed rivalry being shown by the nearest county calling attention to the fact birds from the flock, cleaningand ber 93 of the American Legion are lar hour for the farm programs.

contestant::;; The next clue that much of the unskilled labor boiling or disinfecting drinking Beginning the series Friday, October -
preparing to resume active meetingsof
proved easy: "Yours may be junk, now being used for maintenancework vessels, using some antiseptic In the l 9, Dr. Wilmon .Newell will dis- V; .
but it's not in this pile." To the on state roads within the drink water, and cleaning and disinfecting that organization here next week. cuss: "The Farmer and the Business V( "

contestants this wording could mean county was being done with laborers!, the houses. W. C. Owen post commander, has issued Situation". Specific examples of
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only one place: The pile of aban- brought in from ,outside the county I Treatment of individual birds I call for a meeting of the post at how farmers in certain counties are -

doned automobiles back of the Clew- and in many cases by men whose should be similar to that recommended the Clewiston Inn, Tuesday, October -I coping with the situation will then

'iston Motor company loomed up asa resilience is in other states. The I I for colds but badly, affected I 13. The meeting Is to open at be given by the county agents from

picture in the minds of the con- commissioners agroed to request birds are such a menace to the rest 8:30. those counties.On .

testants, and it was here that the Chairman! Bently to instruct his of the flock that the best treatment Commander Owen stated that Monday, October 12V.. T:

ninth clue was found. "Tnere is foremen to use Heiidry county labor- ,would be' to kill and burn them. many important matters are to come Nettles will discuss "Building the

more 'love' here than at any other ers. I II I' before the post at this meeting, and Rural Home." Dr: C. V. Noble will,
read the instruction. This William T. Hull clerk, instructed all ex-service in this
requests men
place" )I I was give facts about what the farmer re-'
proved to be the tennis court on the I to make the formal request Local I Boys Join To territory to be present. ceives and pays for food products.The .
lawn where the pho-
Inn
Clewiston i of Chairman Bentley. home garden will be featured-
tographs of the car with the white I LIVE AT HOME:: PROGRAM TO
: Make Moore Haven Friday, October 16. Dr. J. E. Tur-'
spot were found. As soon as it RED CROSS ROLL CALL i BE BROADCAST FROM WRUF lington will discuss its value, A. P..
was realized that the only car in
Spencer will give a list of crops for
Clewiston with a similar white spot i FOR NOVEMBER llth I Gainesville Fla. that
FightsSuccessilli -Believing the Florida garden. and D. E. Tim-
was the property of Ed Butler, the I Florida farmers will
I have to producemore mons will tell of outlets for the sur-
mad race to find the car followed.The -- of their living at' home
The American Red Cross Roll Call during plus garden and truck products.
car was driven by Dr. J. W. the period when their incomes from
Arm- (Moore Haven Democrat)
will
on
to campaign commence I
Ezelle who presented the prize
istice day, November 11th and will Before one of the largest crowds ;cash crops are reduced, the Florida Vanished Artisans
Miss Williams and Mr. Sias.
ever to witness the weekly series of Agricultural Extension Service has:
of
continue until Thanksgiving day, What ever became the old-fash-
November 26th. boxing and wrestling bouts in Moore 'planned a series of radio talks o ntoned fellow who could take a piece

BOY SCOUT TROUPS HOLD The Red Cross is a non-sectarian Haven, Pat Fritzie of Immokalee, i live-at-home subjects. These talks: of soft copper wire and twist it up

COURT OF HONOR HERE organization, and devotes its serviceto won by a knockout in the second :will be made by extension, College,, Into your girl's name, on a barpln. for
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round of a scheduled five-round go and Experiment Station workersI ; In) cents?pplrnlt Now
humanity, it goes everywhere.
(Continued From Pag6 One) over John :Marson of Penscola last I I
Who knows what community will I

binding and angling. Marvin Alt- need its service next? night, as the main event of the ;-rr:" :":":":o.o.;.....:..:..:..l"Z..:...:..:...:..:...:...:...:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..;
man in Swimming personal health, I evening. "
pathfinding, cooking and automobil- It relieves human suffering in After a whirlwind round of short,

Ing. ;Robert Hare in swimming time of disastrous floods, fires, tor- hard rights and lefts to the body i I

handicraft and personal health. Hal- nadoes and earthquakes. They dis- and head, Fritzie easily proved su- MAKE YOUR PLACE
tributed than a million cans _:
Avant swimming, personal more
son fp perior to :Marson and it was only a
health, and automobiling. George and glass! jars for preserving fruits matter' of seconds in the next round ,

Bestor in handicraft, pathfihding and vegetables in the last year's before a short right found its way c; PAYZ"P ..

and cooking. Van Bush in swim- drought area, and cared for approx- to the Pensacola boy's chin and he

miing handicraft and cooking. Oliver imately 2,750,000 persons in 23 : :
,
went down for the count :.,J. ". .; ; ;': i AGriffing's
Howell in personal health and states. ,/' & .';;'
with '
The preliminaries opened a : : ', : :
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book binding. Merrel Lowe in three-round contest between Kid ,, ,
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swimming and personal health. Wilson LET'S PROTECT CORN : Hooker of Lakeport and Kid Boe of i X By ):: I

Gantt in personal health and FROM WEEVILS; CARBON I I :Moore Haven, resulting in a draw. i

firemanship. John Dowd in handi- BISULPHIDE DOES ITI i '
J SETTING OUT few fruit and :i_
craft and cycling. Richard Yoderin sta-bles 1 I a trees ornamental -

cooking firemanship Rich- ':?: shrubbery. Think of the pleasure i
and ran across a little eye openerin for the next battle and won from evergreen :;

ard Bestor in swimming.. Edwin regard to the damage caused to Red Wynn of Clewiston after three :=i: derived from picking your own home grown fruit :::

Ward in personal health and cook- the corn crop each year by weevils.It fast rounds of damaging left hooks: :;: THE SAVING TO YOU! :}
ing. Mr. A. H. King is the scout-
is estimated that the Florida corn to the Clewiston lad's body. y y's"
master of both troops and ,is doing crop this year will be around nine ,.
most splendid work.-Scribe. million bushels. It is also estimatedthat The third contest of the evening f. THE COST IS SMALL compared to the returns :;:
brought a third Hooker into the
one-fifth of this or 1,800.000 ring to face Charles Dobb of La- .( in following years. A small outlay for a few.fruit =:;:
HOME IMPROVEMENT WEEK
bushels will be destroyed by weevils Belle. This bout was called off after 5: trees and some beautiful flowering plants will :i,
AROUSING WIDE INTEREST this winter.
What can you sell a bushel of the first round because of un- immediately improve the general appearance of :=i:
matched fighting ability.
Orlando, Fla., Oct. 7.-Express- corn for in your community? Multiply Hooker weights far superior.Kid an 't your home grounds and at the same time EN- I;

ing appreciation for general inter- the selling price of a bushel of was HANCE ITS VALUE! :;:
est being shown in Florida Home Williams of :Moore Haven and
corn by the number of bushels that f
Improvement week, sponsored by Bill Ridgeway also a local boy. I
and
weevils
will be destroped by ,
the association for Oct., 25-31. mem- :. you will find indeed that this pestis paired off for the fourth event with f OUR REE AND PLANT BOOK free for the :i:

bers of the Board of Governors of : no "small evil." At 75 cents a the decision awarded to Williams :f asking. SEND FOR IT TODAY! It is full of valuable .A

the Florida Association of Real Es- I bushel' for corn the loss in Florida after three rounds of wild swings X information. :;:

tate Boards, in a. meeting here,. this year will be $1,350,000. It and hits. Both fighters showed .X

called upon all real estate men to i seems to me that it should be much plenty of spirit and gave and took lI

place themselves at the call of local cheaper to control this pest with plenty of punishment. (I i

civic groups in plans for observance.,I carbon bisulphide or "high life." Adolph (Smokey) Smoak again, Interstate Nurseries X:

Local real estate boards will have While the cribs are empty or near- was pitted against Aldeen (Possum) Macclenny, Fla. 'A:

strong committees to assist the ly so before harvets begins is a Norris for three rounds of footworkand

campaign which is expected to pro- good time to make them ratproofand glove; pushing, which was I I J&

vide employment by stressing pos- weevil-proof. To treat corn awarded to Smoak. Smoak had the .. A. _orv0 -_-_.....%....**.M.**""._*._..._.*,*."'**.**%*'_.*,*.%.%*.._. '_.*w.%-.*...%. .%.*.Jt.%....N>.*.....tt.%<.*r"._.*_' T""".*....M?><*.>W.'rAAf. f

sibilities of home betterments for with with carbon bisulphide, it is edge from the start. I .
the winter ++ OO .0 o 0 < C> <. 0<"' X X->...>) :..>'><><:K< >;-> :K ..> -<..>':<:'';":
season and present low necessary to have an air-tight con- Woodward Taylor of Moore Ha-:

prices for new construction. tainer. If you don't want to make ven drew a decision from Williard 1 I

Other state organizations who the noble crib air-tight, with ventilating Williams of LaBelle, at the end or TAMPA

have proferred cooperation includethe windows, why not fix up a four rounds of clever fighting and : -

Florida Lumber and Millwork big bin for the purpose of treatingthe blocking. Both boys had plenty of t

Association the state Junior Cham- corn 'in batches? pep, gave and took punishment I 4i, :;The Convenient Center" I Ii
ber of Commerce and the Florida
Husk the corn in the field or as and were always ready to come backto
League of Building & Loan assocta- : Ofi
soon as it is harvested. Place the the center for more. i
tions. t
husked corn in the air-tight recep- Boxing ceased during the next :
In Orlando and Winter Park both
tacle, and set the carbon bisulphide offering of Doc Golden's promotion,' FLORIDA 7
Chambers of Commerce have offeredto I ::1
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I in a shallow pan on top of the corn. and in its place was injected a slug- i
assist in possible well, : -
any way as f
One pound will be needed for every ging match between John Langdale .
as the Junior chamber of = ; y
commerceIn
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100 cubic feet of space. If the bin and Noah Whidden, who stood to,!,
connection with their two months
is1 x10 x5 feet, or 200 cubic feet, II to toe and swung hard and furioui :': ,
,,
clean-up and beautification drive
2 pounds of carbon bisulphide will rights and lefts to whatever target f ,
during October and November.The ::: ;" -' ;::! ., "l'A
be needed. happened to be in the way of their '
Architects Busimens and I
] Keep the bin closed for 24 hours. swinging gloves. Both boys missed _

Contractors association of Orlando I The carbon bisulphide forms a gas swings. Both boys landed hard .!. :1 41I
and Winter Park plan home displaysfor i I
rapidly and penetrates every crevicein blows. And both boys took them i X
the week in their respective
the bin. It is highly inflammable,I I.on the chin with a pair of grins. t
Chamber of Commerce buildings. and fire must be kept away from it.: The match was declared a draw. 1 ix, y5 _i l_ ck
Realty heads made it plain that 1.
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I have used this method several I I Three wrestling matches were on
they wished civic organizations to f
years. and find that it is cheaper the card at this point of the even N P.
use the campaign in X
suggested any than: boarding weevils, when my:: ing. Raleigh Mathis of Palmdalo X a lO Q
way they choose, and will supply
stock need rll the corn produced on winning two falls from Galloway of .1,
suggestions and campaign material ': '
the place anyway. I don't have any,, Clewiston, followed by a draw l between -I
from the headquarters here, or ad-
corn to throw away. .. Henry Sturm of :Moore Haven .
vise those making Inquiry where it ( II Is"
can be obtained. :and :Matthews of Clewiston. Raleigh :ir:
,POORLY HOUSED CHICKENS i i Mathis and Galloway grappled for

ENGINEERING OFFICE AT WILL SUFFER FROM COLD three falls two going to the Clewis- I

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FT. JIYERS TO BE MOVED ton wrestler. ".1. .t'I

/ TO LOCATION INCLEWISTOX Gainesville, Fla.-Chickens may I An exhibition bout between Smiling -I v

take: cold just as humans if they I Williams of LaBelle and Barnes I %:;: OFFICIAL A. A. A. HOTEL l

.Removal of the Fort Myers officeof have to stay in wet, damp quarters, of Moore Haven preceeded the final .t

the federal engineers to Clewis- poorly ventilated houses, or roost in event of the day.
I I : _:=
I HOTEL HZLLSBORO
i
ton was learned here this week. drafts this fall and winter. By popular vote of attendants at

The actual change will be made Sat- Colds are simply nasal catarrh i the weekly series of boxing bouts I :?: Tampa's Largest Hotel ::
urday, when the and are recognized by watery discharges -
work will be con- : here last night it was decided to A -v.
. solidated at the Clewiston office.. from the eyes and nasal pas-j.hold all fights in the future on Fri- A v t'

The Fort Myers branch office was sages dullness, and diminished ap- day nights. This change was madein :: Central-fireproof-Steam heatRadiosHomelike :_:
I ;
., inaugurated a few months to super- petite, according to Dr. E. F. 'l'homI order to prevent interference with
vise the Caloosahatchee river unit as, assistant veterinarian at the the home work of school children |:;: Atmosphere Large Airy Rooms-Spacious :;:

of the federal navigation and flood Florida Experiment Station. Birds who desire to attend. :;: Lobby-Mezzanine anil; Out-door Balcony-Bar- :_

control project being constructed with lowered vitality, such as those I I :z: ber Shop-Reality Parlor Battle Creek, Turkish :i:
around Lake Okeechobee. naturally weak or infested with I'
The pri- CHIEF CLERK MAKES DELIVERY -
:: and Russian Baths and other conveniences.TOP ::
mary work of the Caloosahatchee worms, are far more susceptible. OF GOVERNMENT CHECKS | many ;

division has been in clearing the Wormy birds should be treated. and I X

river in order to allow passage of the weaklings should be culled out. I In keeping with the policy of the I .;i.. I' .?}

- large barges that will be used to The control for colds lies in sim- federal government's pay roll sys- :y.: 0' THE TO\\I\"JllnulgI\oomand l [ :t:
t t' Roof Garden
haul machinery to the lake work. ply removing the cause. One poundof .tem. W. E. Van Houten, chief clerk i :=;:
'i
-,- It is expected that about fifty Epsom salts per 100 hens, givenin i of the Jacksonville office of federal : :

men will be transferred to Clewis- the water they will drink in a I engineers, was in Clewiston Wednesday -, :;: Cafeteria and Fountain Luncheonette :;:

ton from the Fort Myers office. day, is a good treatment. In bad i making personal distribution of .f" .:'

cases spraying or washing the head I pay roll checks to government em- -_' .- 't.

TO REQUEST EMPLOYMENT OF with antiseptics may be advisable. I ployees here. It is the policy of s: I f 2 SO to f6EUROPEAN I \rc in\'ill' you ::0 1- i 10 $9 f :!:

,, HENDRY COUNTY LABORERS Roup, likely to follow colds, is : the government to have the paymaster :x;: .1 I live at the i AMERICAN;: :_i:

caused by a contagious organism, I make personal delivery of ,} L. B. SKINNER. Pre.. MILLSBOROTelephone ..:.
C. }. JACKSON. Mr. :
Resolutions requesting the state he explained. It is recognized by checks once each quarter. This system 'f =
s: M-5541 ::
road department to employ Hendry the offensive roup odor, and thick was Invoked in the past to prevent -
f
county citizens in all road work be- mucous discharges from the I :.
eyes temptations] of pay foil padding .f '
'IBK don III tIle county were adopted v .',
( and nag&l passaheeThe cheeey mu ,' &&&&4&&$<&<&