The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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., Min. Rain

Monday __.....____.89 75 For

IS POSTPONED BY Tuesday ............ 88 77 .31 MILE UNIT PERMANENT LEVEE;

Wednesday.......88 77 Proposed Civic FundJ.

Thursday .......... 90 75

OFFICERS ABSENCE Friday ....._.......... 90_ 74 E- Beardsley was named by CONSTRUCTION TO START IN 60 DAYS I i

Saturday........... 8970 -
members of the local legion post
Sunday _....._.......89 68 PAHOKEE
that organization in a combined IN BALE FOR FIRST TIME
CAUSES POSTPONEMENTOF Rainfall for week ...__.....___.. 31 S)93,000| ACCEPTED BY
community chest committee to be
ADOPTION Previous rainfall, .................___ 33.79 People in Pahokee WAR DEPARTMENTThe
formed of representatives of all civic Tuesday sawa

organizations in Clewiston. bale of cotton who never saw a
Rainfall to date '.................... 34.10 bale of cotton before, and war department at Washington -
:The board of commissioners of Other civic bodies are expected to to others

the Everglades drainage district name their representatives at an who are familiar with the sight, it awarded the McWilliams Dredg-
postponed adoption of ,a definite po- : HOUSE CITY ANNOUNCEMENTSIn early date, and through the com- was something good to look at, says ing company of New Orleans, a con-
licy in regard to the operation of I bined forces of all organizations a the Everglades News. tract for dredging and constructing '

locks, canals and other works to be order to eliminate expensive community chest fund will be raisedto The bale was brought from Axson. seven miles of permanent levee be-

maintained by the district. The 'advertising costs to the newly estab- care for needy charity cases in Georgia by Aaron, G. G-; and J. W. tween Moore Haven and Clewiston,

regular meeting of the board was lished city of Clewiston, a bulletin Clewiston.Few I Mizell. in a motor truck and will be the first permanent constructionwork

held at its offices' in West Palm !' board has been built at the door of calls have been made on civic I used as stuffing for bedding and to be done on the nine million

Beach' Tuesday, at which time ,it I' the temporary city hall where all societies in the past and it has I upholstery purposes. It weighed dollar federal navigation and flood

was expected that the policy of the I important announcements, concern- been the policy of each to care for 312 pounds control project on Lake Okeechobee. -

board in this connection would be j ing municipal government will bei ''larity cases IndlTidually. The de-l .

adopted and announced. The failure placed for public inspection. The cision to have all work carried The McWilliams j

I to consider the policy was due first ordinances are expected to be by a combined committee was madein BELVIN RETURNSTO obvious low bidder company on this first was the- I

to the absence of Fred C. Elliott'{posted the latter part of the week. order that no needy case would be with a bid of project :
consulting engineer for the district j Others will be placed on the board overlooked nor duplication of help $393,000. Bids
were advertised for !
and W. I. Evans attorney, who had gas they are adopted. be made. CIVILIZED LIFEAFTERHERMITAGE and received by the division head- !

been appointed to prepare a summary -j I The city commission meets at the quarters of I
army engineers, the
consideration of the board WEATHER REPORT
for city hall. 109 Central avenue on formal
awarding of the contract had
members. !the second and fourth Mondays at MIAMI LOCKS to come from the war department

A' Many other matters were brought![ 2:30 p- m.IROAD Max. Min. Rain headquarters in Washington

before the board for its adoption Monday _....._.......89 73 LEE COUNTY WILD MAN I

Tuesday. Among them was the Tuesday ,............88 74 .12 BY IHS EXPERIENCES GAINS The company will be granted i

question of clearing several drainage DEPT. FREES Wednesday.......90 7205 IX WOODSW. about ten months in which to com-
I plete the task, and work must start
Thursday ... 91 73 .05 ,
canals of water hyacinths. The board ""---

heard reports and complaints from. Friday................92 74 TI, Will Bill) Bvm! former according to the specifications within -

residents of the district that several CONNERSHIGHWAY Saturday ............ 89 72 boilermaker and mini:: ci', returnedto 60 days after date of the con-

of the canals are clogged, but the: Sunday............... 87 72 .62 civilization Wednesday after tract. A total of 150.000 cubic
yards must be thrown into positionthe
board was unable to take any action T of self
year imposed solitude in the
, on the matter, due to lack of I OF TOLL CHARGESSTATE Rainfall for week ......."....__..... .79 woods near Fort Myers to prove to first month of operation and

I funds. Money has been appropriated Previous rainfall .................... 32.16 the 250.000 yards per month each sub-
I a man can gain food and-
sequent month in order for the
'. for the purpose but as long as funds I I BOARD_ LEASES WITH T clothing from nature in Folrida and

are not available the board, will not OPTION TO BUY GLADES I Rainfall to date _...........-....... 32.95 that it is impossible for a person contract.dredging company to complete its

'; undertake the work- ROAD AT ,$025,000 I with enterprise to starve in the sun-
WEATHER REPORT News dispatches from New Or-
Following a protest; by CA.. shine state.
Conners SOUTH BAY leans indicate that equipment will
Highway, 53-mile road
Walsh of the Wacio Groves
The modern Robinson Crusoe,
from Okeechobee to connect with Max. Min Rain as move to the site shortly and that
in Broward county, board members
the Palm Beaches. was leased by the Monday ............88 68 he dubs himself, entered the streetsof work will begin as soon as possible.
agreed that locks in the north and
! state road department Tuesday ....:.......87 71 .10 Fort Myers Wednesday with a William Herman, of New Orleans,
south New River canals would be II III
I' it, had been returned to the Wednesday.......89 71 deey: shade of brown on his body, was in charge of the bid, and will

I' kept open for the present. Conners Highway company by Palm Thursday __....._.... 90 70 the result of his year's absence from probably direct the beginning of

; -'. Approximately 190.000 in back Beach county. The lease is to cover Friday ........_.....90 71 civilization under rays of the Flor- dredging operations.It .
I taxes have been paid in bonds by ida sun and a broad grin on his
I a period of four andY half monthsfor Saturday..-........ 89 70 .49 is now understood that the
,I '" ", the Southern Sugar company, Senator a rental of, $11.718, with the, Sunday ._............87 69 .48 face, expressing his pleasure at being large dredges and other equipmentto
A. W. Young, general manager, back in civilization. Still arrayedin
I state obtaining an option to T be used in this work will be
(rj leported. He also said that several i chase the stretch for $ pur-I Rainfall for week ................ 1-07 his jungle-fashioned grass skirt brought to the site froi>\ ,New 01'v
, smaller taxpayers had paid back i the "wild man" related his '1.L,', ,
... ... exper- -
! Palm Beach county entered intoa Previous rainfall '.... .:.::-- ;;;. leans by water, traveling through
taxes with bonds recently. i 35:76T iences in the woods, telling how he
contract with the highway com- the Gulf of Mexico around Key Westup
Application of E- HRicke to: pany in, July 1930, for the purchaseof Rainfall to date ..........__........ 36.83 gathered his food and clothing from the Atlantic Coast and in to Lake
, into the Pompano nature. He admitted he was gladto
build a canal draining
the road for $660.000. and removed Okeechobee via the St. Luicie Ca-
rainfall for week be back in civilization, to feel the
L canal in development of a General average
toll round-
charges from the road. nal. Consideration of this
: 1,000-acre tract near Pompano was I .42 inches. General average rainfallto effects of soap, to dry his face
A depsoit of $35,000 was made I about route for the equipment
on a real towel and to feel the teethof
referred to the engineer. date 33.06 inches.
:. I from funds set aside for work on brings to mind immediately the tre-
the Belle Glade-Pahokee road, which Readings are taken at 7:00 A. a real comb through his matted mendous saving in time and expense,

was taken over by the state depart- M. and apply to preceding 24 hours, hair. which will be possible when the Ca-

I. GOLF TOURNAMENT I Ir ment for maintenance. At a meetingof are dated as of day taken. In recounting his experiences he loosahatchee is straightened, wid-

I i the Palm Beach county commis- told representatives of daily papers. ened and deepened so that such

sioners Tuesday it was voted to return !that during his sojourn in the woods boats may come from the Gulf of

DRAWING CLOSE' the title to the road to the EXPLAINS PURPOSEOF i the had had time to ponder and pray Mexico, enter the Caloosahatcheeriver
and that his life in the had
open thence direct -
highway company with tolls to go at Myers and
in effect Thursday. The highway DRAMATIC CLUBTo added ten pounds to his weight."I to Lake Okeechobee.

:. Clewiston's medal play golf department's first act- was to free am glad to say that i reel

t: ament is drawing to a close. tourn-I the road of toll. physically as well- as I have at any

:. 18 holes remain to be Details of the county's failure to deny reports that the newly time in the past 40 years (I am BOY SCOUT TROUP
out its formed for 54 now) he said. "I am sure I
I decide the victor. From score cards I carry original purchase plan organized Ham Club was
i : turned in at the first of the week were given in a resolution adoptedby the purpose of making money for have learned to understand my fellow -

Capt. F. D- Duff, with 224 was still .1' the board at the time of its action themselves, Mrs. G. O. Wallace club man better than ever before. I PLANS CAMP TRIP

leading. followed by J. J. Harrington -I relinquishing the road. The resolution president, yesterday issued the following am sure the hours'of meditation and

with 227. Dave G. Alston witha read"Whereas : statement: earnest prayer has brough me much .

net of 76 for the third round is on the 15th day of The Ham club was organized primarIly 'I closer with the great source of power Approximately 20 members of the

I also to be considered. Al ton's July, 1930, Palm Beach county, a for the enjoyment in dramatic : than ever before." 'j local boy scout troup are planning a
week end caiu'p in the woods near
score for the first 54 hol !R: is 232. political subdivision of the state of work of its members, secondarilyfor His principal food for the past
this week under directionof
-. Number four. a 500-yard hole 'Florida, entered into a contract with the inexpensive entertainment of year has been sea grapes, roast Clewiston and
A. H. King scoutmaster
has proved a "Jonah" to many of the Conners Florida Highway, Inc., for (we hope) large and enthusiastic oysters. and forest plants. On en- will
Altman assistant who
aspiring tournament' players this the purpose of purchasing that cer- audiences. and only thirdly and last- tering his self imposed confinement Stanley
the boys for the outing.
r week. A steady breeze has blown tain toll road known and describedas ly to raise money for any one or Belvin was clad only in a bathingsuit accompany

'\ straight in the face of players all The Conners Highway and any organization. If there is any leaving all vestige of civiliza Definite announcement was not

week to cause many an otherwise "Whereas the county or Palm cash remaining after all expenses of tion behind with the exceptions of a made as to the location of the camp

good drive to splash in the water of Beach is now unable to comply with production are deducted from the pair of glasses and his false teeth but temporary plans call for the

the waiting hazard, and the irate I the terms and conditions of the said I gate receipts, it may be given to, The bathing suit was soon discarded. camp to be in Hicpochee ham-
: golfer presses hard to make up for contract and is unable to further extend any organization upon vote of the! mock, said to be an ideal spot for

t' the lost stroke for the rest of the I the same and whereas the Con members. but the Ham club is distinctly COUNTY WILL BUILD EIGHT week-end camps. The local troupis

I( distance More scores were raised on ners Florida Highway, Inc., a cor- not a money-raising group. TABLES FOR SCHOOL LAWN rapidly growing and aIr membersare

: this hole this week\ than any other I j poration by and through their duly I per se. Any organization desiring a' taking active interest in their

., on the course. I j j authorized officers did on the 6th. finger in the pie, when there is any Eight long wooden -tables, each work. Plans are being made for a

Recorded scores, for the 54 holes 1 day of July, 1931 notify the board' pie. IF there is any pie, may make seating 12 school children. are soon consolidation with a group of scouts
Haven to form a sea-
that said contract above describedwas such known, and the mem- from Moore
:1 > requests to be built'on the grounds of the
: \J' are as follows: Alston 232. H. sufficient
in default and that In bers will be glad to consider them- scout patrol prvided a
'I local school by the county board, it
i Blate 253. Deam 251. Duff 224, Harrington be
227 Hall 238, Lovvorn 243. dance with the terms thereof the The minstrel show to be given was announced here this week. number of first class can
said highway would revert back to next month for the benefit of the mustered.
The tables will be placed on the
: Owen 247 Prewitt 307, Sturgess I
243. Vaughn 253. Scores not turned I the owner and the contract be forth- Parent Teachers association was school lawn under supervision of the i With Lake Okeechobee adjoiningboth
with terminated and the said Con- planned before the organization of Parent-Teachers association to pro- towns the sentiment favoringa
in but played within the specified i j
ners Florida Highway Inc., should Ham club and be sea scout patrol is gaining momen-
.time will be given full credit toward I the can hardly I vide an ideal location for schoolchildren
tournament award, Herbert Blate.I 'lave Immediate possession of the considered a club activity since who bring their lunches to tum, as the boys are looking for-

; said j i I i properties described in the said many will take part who are not I I school. ward to boat trips on the lakeTas ;

I j I agreement free from any molesta- club members. The membership and I i ---- part of their boy scout work.
Final for the 72 holes are
scores tation from the county and withoutthe officers. however, are helping and I
to completed Monday.
necessity, of proceedings at law hoping to make the minstrel an ,out- BAKER TO OPEN BRANCH

or in equity;; standing success. Tom Shelley has turned caddy.At PAN AM STATION HERE
ALL-FLORIDA RODEO AT "Now, therefore, be it resolved least he will act as one on th

ARCADIA NOV. 10 AND 11 PRIZE WINNERS RETURN $10 local course Sunday when he lugsa
Announcement of the opening ofa
I- TO GROUP SPONSORING HUNT bag full of clubs around nine holes
branch Pan Am gasoline stationat
Arcadia. Oct. 15. Arcadia is, ents release and relinquish any for Marshal Yenowine- It ,all hap-
the of Sugarland highway
J making big plans fdr the annual I1!right, title or interest it might have The old saying: "You can't eat pened this way: Tom. being a big corner
and Fransisco street here at an early
All-Florida Rodeo. which is to be s i tin and to said contract above described your cake and have it too." was disproved athletic creature picked the A's to
date made early this week by
given on Tuesday and Wednesday,I and that the Florida Conners here this week when Miss win the last game of the series, and was
K- Baker, local distributor
j Nov. 10 and 11, This event is sponsored -(Highway have peaceable possession Jamye Williams and A- WSias, Marshal, being somewhat of a songs-

by K Post of the American of said road on this day and hence- winners of a ten dollar prize in a ter selected the Cardinals; the loserto With the oncoming season, Mr.

Legion and is presented at the Mu- forth." treasure hunt last week returned to caddy for the winner for nine Baker is expecting October sales to

nicipal park where all equipmenthas t Conners Florida Highway was the the organization offering the prize holes. And just in case you haven't show a 100 per cent increase over

been provided for putting on the dream of a Buffalo, New York and the self same ten dollar gold piece'! heard: The Cards won.C. those of September. and Novemberto

big show in a modern arena with Palm Beach capitalist, William J. awarded as the prize. This brings show a decided increase over Oc
seats for 3.000 people. Broncho and Conners, who built the road contenting the revenue<<: from the treasure hunt F. Wright representative of the I tober's sales. Employment of ad

steer riding, roping and bulldogging Okeechobee City with the conducted by Clewiston teachers tot 1 Lake Worth Consistory, was a busi- 'ditional men at the sugar mill and

j Ttt(,! and all "of the various stunts West Palm Beach road at .Twenty- $34.75. which will be used in the';ness visitor in Clewiston this week.in increased activity on the levee pro-

, 'I which make up a typical "wild west" Mile bend. Mr. Conners has died school building for class room pur- the interest of the advanced ject here 1s causing an increase in

performance are on the program. since its completion. poses. branch of masonry. all lines of business.


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS acter that is ripening: or turning into J ing deposits to a point where; manybanks ward trend to be noticeable throughout sender. Even those persons who

the edible state. I are refusing to take more the country. The releasing of make rough calculations from the
Published every Friday in Clewiston, This is the only state in the un- money. Moreover, the banks are time Indication on the message often
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ion of which tbib holds true. The virtually hoarding it, because in an $500,000,000 of what are now called fail to take into consideration the
frozen assets and their conversioninto
Inc. state Is. therefore, an all-year agri- effort to keep as liquid as possible will the difference in time zones. I-'s-
ready answer
cultural empire possessing; a they are not making their accustomed .
Entered as second class matter, wealth of health not only for her- volume of loans and have question as to financial future of Too Much

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat hself but for the country at largeto shut down on their purchases of business institutions everywhere.- .. Persistency -
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act whom she sends her luscious securities. I am not pleading for ex- Miami Herald.TELEGRAMS. Persistency in inserting the same

of March 3, 1897.A fruits and vegetables] From January travagance. I do, however, believe -0.-- advertisement with no change is a
trait of some advertisers.A .
throughout the length and breadth that those who can afford to buy WILL CARRY
newspaper devoted to the best of the state. fruits. nuts, and vege- should do so. If even one-half of ACTUAL TIME IX SENDINGAll prospective customer wrote to

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. tables of some type are in season I 1 the billion dollars now hoarded away a firm whose advertisement never
seemed to change:
Its leading newspaper. and in sunshine. I were brought back into circulation, telegrams delivered in future
i Minerals, vitamins- and roughageshe ,business would start up immediately. by Western Union to residents of "Have noted your picture of one
of curduroy pants in Home
Subscription rate: per year ....-?2.00 sends abroad. From the modes However, more preaching aboutIt this city will have marked on them

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 I!'!little red-haw to the blue berry of won't loosen up those pocketbooks the actual number of minutes they More Magazine I see for of past them four better months.I like
I northwest Florida over a wide]I The best way to break the were in transit. They will volun-
them. If not sold as yet, please enter -
range of hundreds of fruits to the "buyers': strike" is by liberal and intelligent teer the answer to the question:
Advertising rates furnished on ap- order for same.-Forbes.
gorgeous mango of the southern advertising, showing mer- Accordinng to A. A. Munroe, local
plication. part. there is to be found the best chandise values the greatest they manager. How long did it take this

Nature offers. have been in this generation, and telegram to reach me?"
Business office Clewiston News, Through all of this Nature
givesa greatest in relation to wage levels Marking of 'telegrams with transit -
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and blessing to the nation." Thrice they have been in the history of the time is being made a general prac-
blessed is he who lives in the midstof
Advertising, same. tice by Western Union in response to
sunshine products.-Palm Beach
I -0-- a general awakening of the publicto

Telephone 339 Times. -0- I THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN the importance of speed. Those
who have asked so often as they
According to a clipping sent in
Stated briefly, the plan of Presi- filed a telegram, "How soon will it +
and taken from an Abilene Texas
THEIR FEAR UNFOUNDED dent Hoover to relieve the financial get there? are now reversing the r a .7 xmeJ
depression of the country is this: question.Few .
"An east bound auto passed thru
Before the City of Clewiston was here A pool of $500,000,000 has been persons realize how great is
yesterday, and it bore the sign:
incorporated there were a few citi- "California for vacation. formed to take over some' of the assets the speed of telegraph service. The

zens who thought heavy tax .burden "Arizona for Irrigation. I now frozen in various banks.If moment a message is filed for trans-

would be thrown upon their shoulders "Texas for starvation."To the plan can be worked success- mission, it is automatically time-

but their fear has been un- hell with the Hoover administration fully, and leading bankers seem to stamped in the presence of the

founded.No think it can be, there will be two
I'm Florida bound.- .
visible change has been madeIn Palm Beach Times. direct results: It will release cer-

the manner of things here since --v-- tain bank assets, now difficult to ZJ *Z VSt& J3&? iis&!& J ", .;rctJ

the incorporation; no new expen- CHARACTERBy collect, and replace them with cash, t E
sive departments have been created thus enlarging bank credits. It will Going to y I ..

nor will they be. but the steady pro- Judge John W- Dodge provide something of a moratoriumfor W f .. \

gress of building a, city will be car- The difference, if any, between instincts the debtors whose frozen paperis Q TYBEE or JACKSONVILLE BEACH? \

ried on in the same unassumingmanner and habits is a controversial in the banks, giving them timeto l STOP AT go

as heretofore.To subject. Habits are, however, of su- make their payments and making

save the municipal governmentthe preme importance to each of us. it possible for them, eventually to HOTEL SAVANNAH .l

expense of advertising city announcements Habits largely create success or clear their paper.Of tl S1

a bulletin board has failure-they often make or break course all this is to be done fl Savannah, Ga.

been erected at the temporary city every one-they are the most con- carefully. Only those ,assets that HOTEL SEMINOLEJacksonville '
hall, and this board will carryall trolling and potent factors in our have a solid basis and a promise of ,; ,

important items concerning the city. lives-they create both foundations recuperation, will be handled. Fla. :' ;.'' M

Naturally, the News would like to and superstructures of all our acti- The effect of this movement has MODERN FIREPROOF :t:
have the business of publishing the vities, even our thoughts and emo already been felt in the exchange although IN EVERY ROOM :':, pfI

announcemtns at regular space rates. I tions. In time habits create charac- it is not yet in operation. It Radio Loud Speaker Rates Posted on Dopr. -."

but. we. along with the rest of ter. is restoring confidence that the Electric Ceiling Fan Soft Water ,

Clewiston.. are willing to cooperatewith In the words of another, "Charac- country is eventually to work out of U
the officials in carrying on the ter is the sum of acquired tendencies its financial difficulties and that I c

functions of government at the least build up on the native basis of dis- Business is to be restored to normal RATES
conditions.It WITHOUT BATH $1.50 UP
expense. position and temperament; it includes -
.. -o-- our sentiments and our habits should be understood that this | WITH BATH $2.50 UP _

METHODS CHANGE -and is the product of the inter- plan of the President is not at all a | CHAS. Ef. GRINER, Mgr. g

action of disposition and tempera- governmental activity. It does not 1
"From the add another commission to the large &&&3GZ =&;&ggiigSS&3imTOiiiiiiiiili
house tops they shout ment under the guidance of intelli-
their good works," is the recorded gence." number now functioning. It is a

methods.of the ancients for public-I Character is thus largely createdby pool formed by financiers and banking -

ity. But now times have changedand habits. Our likes and dislikes, institutions who will administerits q : ;(, lIlllllIllll IIIIIlillliil! j\2llIjil\ lllllll: llIllIIllllIi lllllIlt IIllli'St1111111l1II\ III rill_

people will no longer gather our loves and hates, our emotional affairs.
around a house to listen to the Judging from the reports receivedover !
life ,our spiritual life, our souls, are
the wires, the President's plaIT
qualities of a man related.In all tremendously and powerfully influenced -
is being approved by leaders in finance -
a recent issue of
by, moulded even, and in
gazine a long interview between most instances created Into and solidified everywhere. ftBy
Cornelius Vanderbilt and There are a few discordant notes, f
Alphonse as a "bundle of habits."
Capone is recorded together with an as a matter of course, but the large
With standardization, set rules of of those who have
affidavit to show its veracity.In majority spokensee
conduct, uniformity and a leveling and the
a quick response re-
the interview ,the gangster is their adSe ,
process, almost every avenue of establishment of confidence. 4
quoted on matters of public inter- life men
and women are being made General business ought soon to
est; he would show the public that
into automatons. Our! leaders are feel the influence *of this -
great extension '
he is a man whose sole thoughts: shall .F '
forcing ,
are not I us into ruts and grooves by of credits and a marked upi they : ; ,
gangsterism and hijacking.The .
directing our habits of thought and I J l
quotations would tend to show action in every sphere of activity.We .

that Capone loves home, has a kind- follow; wthout thinking, without be known

ly disposition and takes a real interest independence of thought, without 666
in the economic welfare of .
individual initiative
wthout re-
his countrymen. He goes, on to
say flection-we are a mass of conform- LIQUID OR TABLETS
that the country is facing a hard ists. We have not heeded the wisdom l
winter and "us fellows have Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in
got to of Carlyle.Regeneration. I
stick together. We must keep 30 minutes, checks a Cold. the first
commences at home,
America whole and safe and un day, and checks Malaria in three
if we are to change the present mass !
spoiled. If machines are going to complex.-the present world complex days. Merchants are known by
jobs from
away the worker.

to he do.will need Perhaps to find he will something go back else to of consolidated and standardized, controlled thought,' manipulated and-I 666 Salve for Baby's Cold the advertisements they keep I

the soil. But we must care for him actions. Our habits must be It
before their is
,, customers.
,changed. Our characters must be lu; =: -7 '" -.J'C-- --ZZA
during the period of change, etc.. rebuilt.

etc." Serfs and slaves .of habit, conformity The Clewiston LaundryIt through the printed word that
It's a pity for a man with such and standardization will

good quality to have hurled at him become abreast with the
never free men. Men were buyers keep
all the criticism Y0
and blame for hen- created in the image of God-not as R ES .
ious crimes in the past. That is. dumb and driven cattle. The world o d in
styles wearing apparel as
if he is such a home-loving man wants chaiacter-new habits.ADVERTISING ,

cheated It is a of pity gaining that the adequate public infor-was -0- I I well as prevailing prices in all "I

mation on- his finer points until he

was brought before the courts. Thatis foodstuffs.
By Roger W. Babson I
if he is such a home-loving man. I I

But now that he is in the toils of I Advertising is now offered an opportunity YOVR 1

the law he grants an interview with I > to render this country at ,

one of the best known, even if not large a great economic service. The Customerti3 have learnedto

the best liked journalists In the present trouble with business is un-

country and his affable nature is der-consumption, not overproduction. ,It makes no difference to watch for advertised mer-
presented to the Human nature
reading public. always toes to
us whether it rains or shines,
However, the public will not be .extremes. It was popular and fash- we give you the same Snow- chandise and to patronize the

so easily fooled. There are too many ionable to spend money lavishly in 'White, efficient laundry service ,

fatherless families throughout Chi- 1928 and 1929, and people overdidit. throughout the whole year.I business sufficiently proud of j
cago and the rest of the country, Now it has become fashionable

whose tears have scarcely dried from i to scrimp and hoard, and again people I Long (rainy days are apt its service quality and priced :
sadness caused by the reign of gang- I are overdoing it. Advertising to break into jour own home ,

sterism. Too many innocent lives must sway the public fashion back laundry service, but remember advertise them.;

have been taken in gang wars for to a sane middle course. It is up to we are here to render you the ', I .

the public to so easily forget wanton the advertisers to make the desireto best of Laundry Service.. I : '. ,-.- -" ::''''1:., .:.
killings that have, taken place in the buy goods more appealing than
the security of safe deposit boxes. Your jaundry worries are
public :will read the interview The extreme lack of purchasing over when you phone us.

with interest but will chuckle up among the.welltodo classes is now i

its sleeve with the realization that it the result of fear and fashion rath- CLEWISTONLAUNDRY o s aQars"""rr-T-t.wrt-'L.CiTSi4.:3 Lu3A1"SC S'tai 1UtS.JIDI ,
is all a part of a high powered pub- er than it is of inability to buy.

licity scheme, where the love of There is still plenty of money in inc.EL TIle Clewiston News

home and blame of others is exploited this country. The trouble is that it PASO AVE.&SAN BONITA ST.
for a definite benefit. is being hoarded. I =3':::r-[3i TSSSL' E =Y.nc rS' Sii

-a- This hoarding goes on in two Cl.EW/STON FLORIDAflour
FRESH FLORIDA FOODSTUFFS ways-first by the actual withdrawal i

' of currency and placing; it in ( Snow to Lat ndrr
\ In every month in the year some- safe deposit boxes, hiding it in I
where between Key West and Pen- homes, and otherwise storing it I THE LAUNDRY DOES IT BETTER I

sacola there is a crop of some; char- away; and second, by piling up sav : --- !i --- --. --- 1... _IIIIlliJa u

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i:: Major Collins visited friends in not the gospel of God, only, but also

Coral Gables Sunday. -our own souls, because ye were dear .
Personal Mention unto us. For laboring night and

9 day, becausing we 'would be chargeable -

unto any of you, we preachedunto
-.i: Q: 'unbap 'tIjooi1Lcon
\ you the gospel of God. As ye
OA- Allen was a recent business know how we exhorted and comforted -

visitor in Clewiston. and charged every one of you,
as a father doth his children. That
M. W. Biggs was a Sunday visitorto ye would walk worthy of God, who

West Palm Beach.W. lath called you into his kingdom of
FOR OCTOBER 18, 1931. "
glory. ,
W. Liddell spent the weekendin SUBJECT: Paul in Thessalonica _

Sarasota on business. .and Berea. RODENT CONTROL TO HELP
GOLDEN TEXT: "Open thou
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was a recent mine eyes that I may behold wondrous -

visitor to West Palm Beach. things out of thy law." Fla The
I Ganesville rodent
control -
j Psalm 119:18.
{ ,
campaign in Florida planned by
Bill Wallace 'and Fred Lorrainewere ;, LESSON TEXT: Acts 17:1, 5-11;
the U. S. Biological Survey and the
week-end visitors to Orlando.Mr. i jl thess. 2: 7-12. '
: Florida Agricultural Extension Service -
1 TIME OF LESSON: 51, and 52 will be conducted so that it will ? -
and MrsW.. C- Hooker madea D. I I
jA. be helpful instead of harmful to
business visit to West Palm Beach INTRODUCTION: Thessalonitea' ,I bird and game life, says Dr. Wilmon ---=-

Monday.J. situated at the northwestern. limit Newell, director of extension. His
I Consider Corn Puddings '
of the Aegean Sea, was an impor- statement. was elicited as a result of
R. H. Hilton and son of Miami, tant commercial center. A Jewish I recent complaints made to State - - -

were business visitors in Clewistonlast synagogue was there and Paul followed Game Commissioner Woodward, rtooLER weather-warmer food. Corn Pudding: To the contents

week. his custom of offering the gos- Commissioner of Agricculture Mayo, V These very early fall days of one No. 2 can of corn .add two

pel to his own countrymen first, in and Senator Fletcher.Commissioner give zest to appetite, and the beaten eggs, then add onehalfcup
housewife finds new enthusiasmIn milk, one teaspoon'salt and
Richman at- a
Mrs. Frank
the cities where he labored. Butas
Woodward and preparing nutritious dishes, few grains of pepper. Pour intoa
tended the theatre in Pahokee Monday in the other cities, while some wardens of his department have in- which her family will acclaim. buttered baking dish. Cover with

night. Jews believed, the most of the converts vestigated the plan and observed Corn is an excellent fall food because buttered crumbs and bake about

I were from the Gentiles. It is preliminary poisoning tests and approved : it is energy-giving and if thirty minutes in a moderate
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson have not certain how long Paul and Silas the campaign.Dr. combined with eggs in a delec oVen-350 degrees. This serves
returned to Clewiston after a short and Timothy remained in Thessal- table corn pudding, ,it is worthyof six persons.
stay in Pahokee. onica The modern name of this Newell's statement, in part, being the main dish on the din- Corn and Cheese Pudding
follows: ner menu. Combine the contents of, one No.
is Salonica. The Allies used it
Miss Evelyn Hare and R. M. Hare city "We hasten to assure those interested H your heart la in the work, 2 can of" corn, one-fourth cup
as a military station during the can make a corn pudding like chopped two tablespoons
you green pepper, -
motored to West Palm Beach in the matter that we are justas
world war. About one half the those they serve at a certain chopped'pimiento, two
zealous of the bird and wild life
Wednesday. city was accidentally destroyed by ancient hotel in Lexington, Kentucky teaspoons chopped onion, one cup
-" fire in 1917, but it still has a popu- as anyone else, and we yield to none formerly a famous tavernon grated cheese and one teaspoonsalt.
,J Dick Miller, of West Palm Beach lation of about 100,000. Berea, to in our enthusiasm for protectingit the old Post road. It is deli- Add two beaten eggs and

transacted business in Clewiston which the disciples went from Thes- There has been no wholesale cately browned on top; yellow and pour into a buttered baking dish.
Wednesday I poisoning> .of wildlife through these crumbly inside-and "right now" Bake in a slow oven-325 degreesfor
I salonica, was a large and ancient activities, and there will be none. you know you are eating genuine thirty to thirty-five minutes.
city of Mecedonia, but it was not so Southern corn pudding. This serves eight persons.*
Charles W. Johnson was the guestof i much a commercial center, and "In certain communities wild rats,

friends in Tampa the latter part( therefore was not so good a point including ''the cotton rat, are so

of the week. for the work of Paul and Silas in abundant as to destroy large parteof =: I

II spreading the gospel. the vegetable and sugarcane ...................... .=. .=. =. ......-...._......................................................;..................;.............
Mr and Mrs. G. O. Wallace were .The damage: in instances -
At the close of last lesson crops. many
J business visitors. to FtMyers Tuesday -I the apostles departed Sunday's from Phil-- is so heavy that the crops :r.= ENJOY TWO WEEKS AT FLORIDA'SFOREMOST .l:

I afternoon.Mrs. financial loss to the farmers.In .
are a
V ippi and today's lesson begins, "Now _
\ one farming community only a ;
Fred Moltz was the guest of when they had passed through Am-
few miles square the damage by rats
Mrs. N. C. Storey in Miami the lat- phipolis and Apollonia, they came last amounted to $150,000.00.This ,= The only $50,000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments Y
ter part of the,week. to Thessalonica, where was a syna- is not a new condition in these :_;: for men and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that :5:

gogue for three Sabbaths. areas the rat pest has been seriousone 3 comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive results :_:
L. V. McClellan of Lake Placid is "Opening and alleging, that Christ 'i' at astonishingly low rates. ./ .
for 20'years.. In self-protection, : s
McClel must needs have suffered and risen
visiting his brother. Elmer :
the farmers of these areas have poisoned ? Excellent hotel accomodations, baths, treating rooms, sun baths :
lan, here for a few days. again from the ,dead; and that this ss
I --- Jesus, whom I preach unto you, is rats as best they could and in :: and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance

jl j i Miss Frances Munroe and Campbell Christ. And some of them believedand various ways. :t.always.. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. f

1 Nail attended the theatre in consorted with Paul and Silas; "It is proposed now to systematizeand f Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin ;

>I West Palm Beach Sunday. and of the devout Greeks a great properly supervise the rat poi- :} Eruptions, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and :4
multitude, and of the chief women soning operations that the work may .': liver Disorder. s.
James W. Jackson arrived home be more efficiently done and also s
not a few. In the Christian assem- _
tJ after spending a few days with his blies these women found much freer that the materials used and the :t Write for free descriptive folder :::

parents in, Fernandina, Fla- methods of using them will be suchas
Al opportunity to express their opinionsand DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS :
acquire knowledge of the reli- to avoid damage to other wild J A
Hon. R. K. Lewis, state representative gion taught. life. _. One Spring Boulevard ;s;
f. of Palm Beach county was a i SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA ;
I "But the Jews which believed "The cotton rat, which is the most ::
visitor in Clewiston Wednesday. s
I __ : I not, moved with envy, took unto prevalent species in this situation .. .. .. .
Harley Watson representative of I them certain lewd fellows of the is a voracious destroyer of bird eggs

the Ford Motor Co. of Arcadia, is baser sort, and gathered a company, and young birds. This rat destroysmore

here on a short business visit. I and set all the city on an uproar, bird life every year than our 0. .. 1-1.> oo .o_
and assaulted the house of Jason, rat operations will in a century.

# Victor Blate motored to JaCkson-I( and sought to bring them out to "The methods of rat poisoning being i ,

ville Monday. Mr. Blate the people. And they drew Jason applied have been thoroughly investigated TAMPA

continue to Albany, Ga., shortly.Mr. I and certain brethren unto the rulersof by State Game Commissioner i

I the city, crying, "These that have C. C. Woodward, who gives
and Mrs. D. G. Alston and : turned the world upside down are his full approval to the methods be- :THe Convenient Center"of f

daughter, Martha Nell, spent Sun-I come hither also whom Jason hath ing used." ,_

day afternoon in West Palm Beach. I( received; and these all do contraryto -: -- I

I the decrees of Ceasar, saying that
of the
J. B. Moody, representative Xf
there is another king, one Jesus. .
Co. of Tampa is in STRANGE FISH STORY
j John B. Moody The real cause of the persecutions

Clewiston. for an indefinite business lof I the disciples of Christ was always .. -

visit. _, I j I I that Christianity caused changes in Mrs. Henry Spivey, who lives on a t i

Mr. and Mrs Gerald Penney of I the Jewish religion and really destroyed citrus grove near here on the Inver- X ,
week end in much of its formality. In ness-Wildwood road, had a very
\ Miami spent the past
:, Clewiston as the guest of Mrs. F-!fa r few instances it interfered with unique fishing experience last Fri- ;

,. R. Maxwell. !i I I the private business certain peoi day afternoon while fishing in one
: pIe. The Roman goVernment would of the numerous lakes near her ?
i'I .
Mis. Bennett Miss Bonciel Stone have taken little notice of those home. Mrs. Spivey was casting .'.

and Miss Frances Munroe spent things, but if the Jews' could charge' about in one part of the lake, and ..:'.. I.
Thursday afternoon in West Palm 'the disciples with teaching or practicing had landed several small fish, when

Beach shopping.Mr. I doctrines against the Roman she heard a commotion of the waterin X.

laws or the dgnity of the emperor: another part of the lake several r

and Mrs. H. H. Turner and i then the Roman Government would hundred feet away. At first she

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Waldron have act. "And when they had taken se- paid no attention to the fuss that .'.

1 leased the house formerly occupied !I curRy of Jason, and of the other, seemed to be going on, but the noise ..''.. J
0' by W. C- Hanson. I they let them go." If Paul and Silas continued and she decided to row .'. Ix
had continued their preaching at her boat to the spot and ascertain i

Mr .and Mrs. T. B- Shelley mo- j I Thessalonica, it might have caused just what the trouble was. ArrIving, .'.

tored to Daytona Beach the past.a forfeiture of the bond of Jason on the spot she was surprised to see : y -

p- ,_ week-end for a short visit with Mrs. and the other friends, so "The: a large = black bass floundering A X

rr Shelley's mother. Mrs E. E. Kelly. brethren immediately sent away around near the top of the water as I ;
Paul and Silas by night unto Berea," though in the last throes of death. : OFFICIAL A. A. A. HOTELTampa's -:::

Laddie Wallace and Aldon Wal-I a city of fifty miles southwest of After maneuvering the boat around I .t. A f
lace of West Palm Beach spent the Tessalonica. for a time she finally succeeded get-

past week-end in Clewiston as the I I The Bereans "were more noble ting near enough to the bass and s: HOTEL HILLSBORO

guests of their parents, Mr. and G. !than those in Tesalonica, ,in that actually picked the big fellow up in I Hotel %
O. Wallace.Mr. I they received the word with all her hands and placed him in the ;V? Largest :h:

boat, still not knowing what was Y h
readiness of mind, and searched the
and Mrs. B. E. Reed and 'Chil- ; f
dren. of Jones Ala., arrived in Clew- +l scriptures daily, whether those wrong. After a little, though bass :;_:; Central-fireproof-Steam heatRadiosHomelike =::
: trouble was discovered.
things were An honest thor-
'I ,
their home.
iston last week to make ::
had tried to swallow a good-size Atmosphere-Large Airy Rooms-Spacious
Mr. and Mrs. Reed have leased an ough Investigation of the scriptures ..
apartment in the Schultz building.1 I,'is II always profitable. In those days bream whole and the bite provedtoo :f: Lobby-Mezzanine and Out-door Balcony-Bar- .:.
they had only a few copies of the big and the bream stuck in his :: Turkish
I ber Shop-Beauty Parlor! [Battle Creek, ::;:
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker,I Old Testament but now we have access throat holding his mouth wide open .f. t
: and Russian Baths and other conveniences.IITOP .
it impossible for his gillsto many .f.
Misses Elsie Hare Bonciel Stone, to both the Old and New Testa- making f V
work, and when landed was just X
Frances Munroe Messrs. Van Co- ments. ;s; :
thern. Casey Jones, and Campbell After Paul and Silas left Thessa- about drowned. The bass was : Dining an :;
Nail enjoyed an oyster fry Saturday lonica the jealous Jews tried to destroy brought to town and weighed 12 1-2 ;: 0, THE TO\VN'1, { Roof Roo.m Garden :j..:
'. evening at Fish Eating Creek. I II what they had done, and to pounds.--Inverness Chronicle. .t.y s.
create the impression that the mis- .f.
I, Recent arrivals at the U. S- Engineering sionaries were seeking their own Fruit stains which do not come :;: Cafeteria and Fountain Luncheonette A
office include: Vincent I I'I gain. Two or three years later while out with boiling water usually give V

G. Newell Qf Miami, James M. Carey preaching Corinth Paul wrote a way to alternate applications of boil- Y I
I of Miami, B E. Reed of Jones Ala., letter to the church at Thessalonica, ing water and a 10 percent solution] :_;: I 2.50 to t6EUROPEAN I We invite you to I 56 to $9AMERICAN r :;%:

f')I J. E Earle of Savannah, a., Gilbert a part of which letter is in the lesson of acetic acid applied with an eye 'I" live at the ..t.V s.

''J Fields of Vicksburg. Miss., James V. today. "But wevere gentle dropper. :( L. B SKINNER Pre.. HILLSBOROTelephone :
Lofton of Miami. and W- D Raines among you, even as a nurse cheris- f
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I of Pittsburg. These men are employed eth her children. So being affec- In sunny Florida a little Italian f I;

J;;(' by the government on the tionately desirous of you, we were rye grass will keep the lawn green V -

lake shore levee proje t. willing to have imparted unto you, all winter. Sow it during October. 1 q 'OO'4e...

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metal containers bearing the code Right School Lunches her, remarked, "I don't want your

STATE DELEGATION number of the approved packer. "So life, but your money lady"

look for the code numbers on the "Oh, go away," she replied petu-

lantly, "you're just like the rest of
MAKES PLAN FOR cans, It is particularly urged. "
"The bureau assists cities in be- them. .

ing assured that the oysters sold are

WORLD) FAIR SHOWFLORIDA from approved areas-free from pollution I ( Timing In On Station Yell .

," the statement declared. All My daughter is having her voice

oysters intended for inter-state: cultivated."

TO BLAZE WAY FOR shipment must come from approved F "Is it improving?"

PARTICIPATION BY ALL regions which are Inspected and M\\ "It's growing stronger. She usedto

SOUTHERN STATES passed on by the bureau. Oyster be heard only two apartmentsaway.

shucking houses must meet the Now we get complaints from

Chicago, Oct. 12.-Florida's State requirements as well as con- away off in the next building"

Good-Will ambassadors to Chicagoand forming to the regulations of the . . .. NNN. ..
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the Middle West reached here: United States Public Health Service.J .:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..: :..:..:..:-:.:.
Sunday, October 4th, in two motorcars

in which they started from Tal- THREE-LEGGED CHICK

lahassee the previous Thursday.The C. E. STEBELDealer

delegation was escorted to the Freewheeling has reached the ani-

Hotel Stevens by Creeter Gaw anda mal kingdom. Joe Darlington, big fG II I in

motorcycle escort. chicken and egg man, came into our General Electric Refrigerators
office with a threerlegged chick the
At 9 o'clock Monday, the delegation -
other day. That chick has possibil- Electrochef StovesRadios
motored to the Administration
I ities. It '(we use "it" because we .......- r ..... ,
Building of the Century of Prog- ;; ol"ft :.i:.. "J:1j"rrn" = : 1I"ft and
are a little hazy about the gender)
ress and made a tour of inspection Radio
of the exposition grounds and build- can scratch for worms and run at ONE of the problems in a recent Chicken and Vegetable Baled Repairing

the same time, thereby always be- hygiene examination for Randwiches: Cut up the contents Pahokeo Florida
Ings.At 1 ing sure of a full crop, no matter Fifth grade boys and girls was of one 6-ounce can of chicken, add
the of
noon they were guests how large a flock it runs with. We "Plan a healthful breakfast such drained! canned peas, choppedcelery' .:-:..:...:..:..:..:.:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:-:-:

President Rufus C. Dawes and other of three-legged birds. Look at the as a boy or girl should eat before" and chopped pimiento..Moisten .:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.
Exposition officials at a lunncheon coming to school in the morning; well with mayonnaise.
sales talk for table fowl-three
tendered them in the trustees' room. This is an example of the in Spread on buttered whole wheat

"Florida intends not only to hold drum sticks, three upper joints, creasing tendency of modern education )read and add a crisp lettuce leaf.

the outstanding state exhibit atChicago's while\ other chickens at the same to stress the home-life of Pineapple Chocolate Milk Shake: COUPONFor
price only have two of each.Tarpon children. Shake together one-half cup chocolate -
1933 World's Fair, but to
Springs Leader. And the lime-light is on the syrup, one cup evaporated
blaze the path for participation by lunch-box which you prepare forth milk or fresh cream, one'cup pine-

every Southern state/' so asserted TRAFFIC BLOCKED AS ICE noon-day meals, just as it is apple syrup, one cup water anda FREE Tulip Bulbs
State Senator W. C. Hodges, of Tal- on the morning meal. There are little cracked ice. Shake and

lahassee. "Florida wants to exhibitits TRUCK OVERTURNS IN DITCH right and wrong foods to put into pour'Into the thermos bottle. This Washington; Grown Bulbs

fruits your little son's or daughter's makes four drinks.
tropical and subtropical
where Traffic between Moore Haven school lunch box. Here are some Cherry Tarts: Line scallopedtart Are the Best
and other products 70,000-
and Clewiston was blocked at intervals of the right ones-foods whichare tins with pastry. Drain ,
will them in the heart of
000 .
see .
Sunday afternoon as a wrecker good for growing youngsters. cherries from a No. 2 can of red :
this great metropolis and within a To advertise our superior' bulbs)
crew and helpers of the Florida pitted cherries and cook the juice

day and a night ride of half the I Light and Power company ice department Goody I It's Lunch Time! with two-thirds cup sugar until we are giving away several thousand

population of this country. : worked for several hours glazed. Drain again and cool the
I choice Giant Darwin Tulips.
"We intend to show the world the Nut Bread, Cheese and Fig I cherries; then divide between tart
to extricate a large ice truck be-
carissa, a heart-shaped red apple Sandwiches: Slice nut bread thin, shells. Mix one-half teaspoon)
1 to the which left Mail with 25 cents
longing company butter and spread with mashed cornstarch and one teaspoon cold this coupon
with citrus
custard filling:
a a new
the road and overturned in the ditch cream cheese. Corer with canned water and add to the syrup. Cook '(no stamps) to cover packing and
that is four times
as sour as
alongside.: The accident happened figs which have been drained and until thick. Pour over cherries
a lemon, and grapefruit that ARE sliced. Top with nut bread and and bake in mailing of a sample collection of
Sunday morning, and the driver was I a hot oven about fif-
grapefruit and not green persim- uninjured.The cut as desired. teen to twenty minutes.* 12 choice bulbs guaranteed to bloomin

mons." assorted colors.
ditch was fairly deep and
"Limequat, produced from a lime
partly filled with water. The nar- This offer expires October 31st
and a kumquat; and a tangello, a I WHY NOT: START A BUSINESS? rock-like sand stratum pushes the
row roadbed with ditches on each I I Only one collection for each coupon
cross between a tangerine and crude oil toward the center of the.
side made the work of raising the
grapefruit that peels like an orange, By ROBERT R. JOHNSTONNo squares. where wells are drilled to
truck a difficult job. -Moore Haven
and some of the fruits developed by Democrat. matter how bright the pros- pump out the accumulated petroleum Bulb Co.

Lue Gin Gong, the Chinese Burbank, pects, a new business has to go Vallentgoed

will be introduced to the American, RECIPE FOR A PERFECT HOME through a certain amount of grief Scientists say that although the Auburn, Wash.

breakfast table at the 1933 exposi- before it turns the corner and .produces Eastern oil regions have been yield-

tion," Senator Hodges declared. : profits. ing oil for 72 years, reserves of
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"Chicago is second to London, (By Margaret E. Sangster in Pennsylvania grade crude are ade-
:' only as a law-abiding community." I Christian Herald) duct or service have has to to be be made perfected, pro-, quate to supply lubricating. needs for .:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

Col. George Gaw, the official greeter -! Take a half-dozen acts of consid- confidence has to be established. several generations. Lowfher'sBEAUTY

,, told the Floridians. President:. eration and a half-dozen helpful Profits in any business come from Miss

Rufus C. Dawes, of the exposition, deeds. Mix them well, and add a the natural flow of orders to the Bro\vn| Them Lovingly I

presided. I. heaping measure of love (never try concern. It always costs more to An old-time Rutlander ordered a SALONIS
At 7 o'clock the same evening the to level the measure-always fill it orders from thanto
.1 get new customers goose from a neighboring farmer, NOW OFFERING BOTH THE
Florida commissioners were the I to overflowing), and another mea- fill the orders which come without but had two delivered to him.
guests at a dinner in dining rooms sure of the milk of human kindness. FREDERICand
specific effort because -the cus- "I ordered only one"he protested. t
1 and 2 in the Stevens hotel. The Leaven the whole with enough tomer has bought before and natur- "Those geese have run togetherfor !

': addresses made by Dr. Allen A. humor to gloss over the petty irritations SHELTON CROQUIGNOLE -
ally returns for goods which satisfy twenty years, said the farmer'8wife.
, Albert, assistant to President Dawes, PERMANENT WAVES
, and the disappointments of him.A "I couldn't bear to separate

who was toastmaster, and Senator I each hour. And-if yoU'care to business established when new them now." Experts Operators for all linesof

:' :.. Hodges and others, were broadcast I take the trouble-and who doesn't? orders are hard to get will be basedon Beauty Culture

:,.,' over a National network. A special i -add a sprinkling of bright sound economies which will pro- Blue :Monday Bldg. TelephoneWest
table was reserved for Chicago thoughts and of happy words. .Pour duce steady profits as general buy- "Why do you prefer your em- Paim ISeach. Fla. 2-3623

F i.-' newspaper men. Among other notables the mixture into a deep pan and ing increases ployees going to church instead of

present was Mayor Cermak and pop it into that oven that might be If you can figure out a way to joy riding on Sunday-you're not a' N:11:N=N:N.H.N:N:.t:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N. :N:N.N:11:N:N:N

:'-' Col. R. I. Randolph. called circumstance. And, if possi- make ends meet at this time, you religious man yourself?" inquiredhis

: Tuesday 4he commissioners start- ble, watch the temper of the oven, will ride on the tide of prosperity visitor.

ed back by auto .for Florida by way lest the perfect home should become >-I':!
during flush times and will be pre- "Those who go to._church do their
of Springfield, St. Louis, Cairo, half baked. Lest the home should
pared to meet future recessions
sleeping there, the others spend
Memphis, Jackson, New Orleans, Ba-, grow soggy from not enough to eat, when they come.: most of Monday sleeping on the A SANITARY SHOPALL
ton Rouge and Mobile. They will be should burn from too much.
" Or Get out a pencil. Can the idea job," explained the boss.
feted at each city where they will And then, when 'you have taken you have carry the load now? It it Barbers Try To Conduct

:. boost Florida and endeavor to win j the cake well done and spicy and can, don't ,waint. Now is the time to Evening Things Up Shops of Cleanliness.

' the support of Southern states for' sweet from the oven-give it a few '. That
: start into BUT We Go Beyond
Reader (rushing the _news-
the Exposition. moments to cool off and to settle.
If have enough capital to carry -
' you paper office-See here, you've pub- Point, And Give You Sanitary
;,' to the Florida'I
Coming Chicago
And then frost it over with a thick, the burden of starting for six
lished announcement of death Barber
my Service In All Kinds Of
:;. delegation was entertained by may smooth coating of human sympathyand
months and feel can handle
. you you by mistake. That's got to be fixed
[ ors and leading citizens of Mont- Work
understanding. And thenlastof the three essentials of business- somehow.
gomery, Birmingham, all and most important of all- up
sales. finance
production -
NashVille'1 Editor-Well, we never contra- WE MAKE A SPECIALTYOF
Louisville, Frankfort I decorate the top with a sincere prayer. alone. If your capital is not suffi- dict anything we have published .
and Indianapolis.
" cient, get a partner, but be sure he but I'll-tell you what I'll do. I'll RAINWATER SHAMPOOS
.. In the party were State Senators
brings something to ,the business be- put in the birth column tomor-
Hodges, M. O. Harrison, A. H. Wagg "WALKING FL H" IS you
sides money. If you are a producer, fresh start.-N.
row and give you a CENTER
and A. W. Young Representatives
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TAKEN IN NET FROM financialman.
get a salesman or sound Bulletin.
G. W. McRory and Ferd B. Nord I E. A.
RIVER IN FERNANDINA If you have sales ability, the BARBER SHOP
:" man: Mayor Earl W. Brown, of De-
chances are you need help in the Only One Who Owned Up
r' ": Land; T. Proctor, of Tallahassee; 1 Fernandina" Oct. 10.-An c addi- I i other directions. Hunt for these home of Nolon Bl Conner, Prop.

, H. L. Baker, state forester; Philip I A burglar entering the .. .. ,.... ., ... -
', tion to Nature's freaks\was broughtup qualities. Take them in with you I surprising .;z .y.-: "'" -;; "' ;: :- =L'n>oo.-
Taylor and J. A. Macintosh, of the I a Riverside heiress, upon
. I from the depths of the Amelia on a fair division, and get going. .
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agricultural department. ---
I I liver here today by William Danaof I Remember there are not many

visit On Ashton the return, Illinois trip, the the party birthplace will this city. This particular freakis Henry Fords who can make- sell and --i w!......N1N. ..;......,.NN1M. .N N M.H.N.M.M.....M1N. .NN....N........N......M.N.N..N......N...-.N M.............N.i.i....1....i.i....i.N......N1M. .....;. ,
apparently a real "walking" fish finance. And even he has had a "T.

of Senator Harrison of Manatee since it has both front and hind feet,(lot of help. IA I- J
county. I Last ?
.. all of them being webbed and claw- :; What Happened Night
The enthusiasm displayed by the SHE SMOKED CIGARS

Florida party is evidence that Flor- like.The piscatorial monstrosity was Empress Eugenie lovely queen of :

ida will come to the 1933 exposition taken from the river alive by meansof France whose preference in hats has :; Last night, while you were asleep, 'f'

,, with a determinaton to carry off a scoop net. It will be put in a recently come into style, was a ciger :
the honor of the galaxy of states. .:_: I half the world was busily engaged
window display] for public observation smoker. Alexandra perhaps England's : .i.
in the business of living. Ships werpsailing
most beautiful queen .i; {
served cigars at dinners which she :_: the Atlantic, crowds were

OF OYSTERS GIVEN GREAT AIIETI'l'ESFondn'es o gave to feminine friends. :i: swarming the streets of ChiLa.. ::

Amy Lowell. America's greatest :
"Be :i: houses were burning, people were'i'
safe-buy froma
your oysters for pickles seems to have woman poet, was a cigar smoker. i ;
reputable dealer." been a characteristic of famous personages The French Government, which :r: laughing) playing and working. 'f_

Such Is the admonition of the as well as of ordinary mor- owns the nation's tobacco monopoly + :::

State Board of Health, and in a tals, both ancient and* modern. has recently begun to manufac- :i: (The Tampa Morning.Trihune bringsyou .i'

statement issued yesterday by the The early Greeks and Romans and ture cigars for women. In America 4; I complete news of the world every :(

Bureau of Sanitation and Engineering. other ancient peoples were especially however,' the cigar is jealously I A J mori.ing. .

It is further declared, in' that fond of pickles. and historical guarded as the last distinctive mas- 4 : .' ::- : .*

connection, "let us warn you against records from antiquity down to mo- culine form of smoke. :'
buying or eating oysters from road SERVICE IN CLEWISTOX; : :::
dern times tell
us that Cleopatra, Ti- :i: ....:.,>: ..
side shucking stands-they may be berius. Julius Caesar Napoleon. and OIL AND WATER MIX > 'i'

getting these oysters from sewage our own Washington and Jeffersonwere Water is ingeniously used for recovering 4y 4A_ y"Oc Weekly 85c Ionthh'i
contaminated waters or may be stor- among the world celebritieswho oil deposits in the Penn- :: :;_ .- :::

ing them In filthy water nearby.To liked the familiar appetizersthat sylvania fields. An oil field is divided X; ." ;.,"' .f'

assure the public that oystersare we ,moderns know well. into small tracts. At tt Tribune ::
so square :tA;: ,: ::j. ( Tampa Morning ;!_.
safe ,
the :
State Boards' bureau- The cucumber, most popular formof the four corners of each subdivisionwells .. ..

utilizes a certificate .permit system, pickle, is one of mankind's oldest are sunk and water under A y Tampa Florida .}

it was explained in the statement, foods and was first cultivated In heavy pressure is forced into the oil 9 S' \ .

so that Florida oysters having the northern India 3.000 years before sands. . . . . ........ .......... .... ....... ....................... ..............
bureau's approval will be found in Christ. The force of the water in the .+)(-: .....................................-....+. .+. .;". .... .-. . .;