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 30, 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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WITH Troy Puryear would have made a fair distribution Hendry county of gasoline will receivea fundsis RELEASED BY SUPREME COURT RULINGIN

hole-In-one on the short No3 hole
seen by comparison of funds ad-
NET SCORE OF 296 here Saturday IF he hadn't wasted!
joining counties will receive; Hen- GASOLINE TAX DISTRIBUTION LAW
the first stroke. His first stroke I I dry county will receive an estimated

HARRINGTON FINISHES SECOND. was an emphatic dub, topping the I annual revenue of $65.448.77 while .-
ball so that it merely rolled off the other counties near by are as follows 4-2 VOTE OF JUSTICES UP HOLDS
FOLLOWED CLOSE BY i : because the legIslature. he said,
tee and in to the long grass near the LEGISLATIVE RELIEF TO failed
TOM SHELLEY I Palm Beach $260,020.63; Martin, to observe constitutional rules
water hazard. He stepped to I I
$62.560-60 Glades passing the bill.
the ball and being unable to see the ; $48,961.54; ,
Okeechobee, 60928.60 Lee Blond Argument Rejected ,
Leading the closely contested ;
flag or green just plain hit AT the
The Florida The
court then
334.12. supreme court ruled that the
i. field of 32 entrants. Capt. F. Deane ball. It sailed across the two water I
These estimations are based on Wednesday voted by a 4-2 majority state tax levied was not "for the
Duff turned in a net 296 to win the hazards and rolled in the cup for a to
; uphold the 1931
gas tax receipts for last year. gasoline tax allocation purpose of paying bonds or other
Elate Brothers Annual tournamentby I law 'which gives Hendry similar obligations of the political
He was not satisfied with a bir-
a margin of one stroke over his county approximately $65,000 yearly subdivisions of the state as Math-
die; he wanted an ace. Mr. Puryearwas FEDERAL DREDGE 'from state funds and relieves the local thews argued.
nearest opponent.. Harrington playing with E. R. Fontain when 'I
i county government of a heavy legislature determined that
i who turned in a net 297 made a the freak shot occurred. 1 financial the
burden. building of roads was a state expense -
i dashing finish on the last lap witha WILL SOON BEGIN The gasoline distribution law was I since done for a state purpose

net: 70. though this was not Tropical Storm Season brought before the supreme court I the court asserted. but the legisla-
by John E. Matthews of Jacksonvillewho tive act "said nothing
enough to overcome the threestrokelead regarding use
held by Duff who shot a net Leaves State Unharmed CLEARING CANALWILL attacked the legality of the law of the money to pay county and spe- :
on the grounds that it was unsonsti- cial road and bridge district bonds."
72 on the last round. -
The passing of October is gener- DEEPEN CHANNEL AND tutional.. Matthews was one of the Funds appropriated under the act
I I Tom Shelly'recognized as Clewis-,, ally considered the end of the period CLEAN FOR USE OF leaders of the large county bloc I in do not become county funds until

ton's number one golfer got off to a I I during which tropical storms may FEDERALVORK the 1931 sessions of the legislatureand they have been paid over to the state

bad start in the first round which!.visit Florida and so far this season carried on a bitter fight to pre- treasurer as ex-officio county treas-

he never overcame. His net score no Florida weather station has (Moore Haven Democrat) vent the passage of the law. Just urer, the opinion ruled, but when so

found it necesary to take a storm News that the government dredge, before the first distribution was to paid into the special treasury they
for the 72 holes was 302 just five be made under the new law. Mat- then are county funds.
warning flag out of moth balls. "Sarasota, will be brought to
A. strokes below Dave Alston's 307. "There are one or two tropical Moore Haven at an early date to begin thews entered suit against the statein I I Counties participate in the distribution -

r, Dave was low man for the first storms of minor intensity on record work dredging the Three Mile the circuit court of Leon county I of these funds not' in proportion -

t ? eighteen shooting a net 70. but Father fn' November Weather Observer canal from Lock No. 1 to the lake and obtained a temporary injunction i to their outstanding bonds but

Fortune turned against Dave on Bennett said yesterday at Tampa; will be of keen interest to citizens restraining the state treasurer and in proportion to the roads they built
I["but there is not likely to be a man- who have become alarmed at the comptroller from making paymentsto 'and turned over to the state system,
the second round when he netted an I I sized storm after this time of the low water condition now prevailingin the various counties on the new according to the opinion.

I 86 by shooting a 110. his highest]1 year. the canal. basis of distribution. The court said it believed the pur-

score in many a day. j "A minor disturbance visited The Sarasota is now located near When the attack on the constitu- pose of the act. as designed by the

I Captain Duff gained tIle lead in 'Tampa Dec. 1. 1925. and blew down jaBelle and within two weeks will tionality of the law was brought be- legislature was not to pay county

the second round with a net 71. and several ,temporary buildings on Davis move to Moore Haven. The dredging fore the court ''Hendry county offi- bonds but "to provide for the reimbursement

held it for the rest of the 72 holes. Islands. The wind reached a ve- work is to begin at the locks in cials joined with representatives of of counties and special-

Consistent golf shooting and the locity of 43 miles an hour which is town and the huge machine will continue 51 other counties of the state and road and bridge districts for

precision with which he handled his I not high as high winds go." to dredge its way to the mouthof 'made up a fund of $15.000 to carry money they' expended" on roads taken -

I' iron shots kept his score at a low I In general the storm season cov- the canal. The work Is expectedto the case to the supreme court and over by the state.

point throughout the tournament.In ers July, August September and October consume several months. to employ additional counsel to assist State Not Obligated

gross scores. Tom Shelly was but storms seldom reach Flor- The master of the dredge Is CaptaIn Cary D. Landis attorney gen- "There is nothing in the act obli-

: low with a 352 for the complete cir- ida except during September and P.Ichard. who commands a crew eral, in presenting the case. Hendry gating the state to pay the principalor

cuit. Out of the 72 holes he parred October. This year there were six of approximately 27 men. This county contributed $444 towards the interest on bonds of any kind."

i 23, shot two birdies and had only disturbances during July and August large: outfit has: been at work for fund to carry the fight to a success- the opinion continued. "there! is

one hole above six. But even this but none came close to Florida.A several months doing preliminary ful conclusion.The nothing to show any recognition by
was not down to his usual game as minor storm was headed dredging in the Caloosahatchee opinion of 'the court, writtenby the state that it is in any way obli-

I his low handicap of ten will denote. straight for Florida, Sept. 7 but be- river designed to permit the entrance Circuit Judge A. G. Campbell of gated to pay bonds of any kind."

d J. J. Harrington was next with a fore it got this far it had blown of large machinery into the DeFuniak Springs who sat on the Then the court said the fact that

: gross 369, parring thirteen holes. itself out and the state got nothing rke region by way of the river. supreme bench in the disqualification the board of administration will use

:11 Though a new golfer in Clewiston he more than a good soaking of rain.1 rue to the prevailing low water this of Justice Fred H. Davis cov- part of the money to retire county

readily showed himself as an experienced -I Two weeks ago another little storm I season. however, the Caloosahatcheeriver ers 49 pages and summed the rulingas and district bonds after the money
follows: "We are of the opinion becomes county funds "does not by
veteran of the Scottishart. was charted away down where, : is not of sufficient depth to
Captain Duff's gross score was storms are made. but it blew off' float the larger boats which would this act is a valid legislative enactment any. means effect the validity ,of thoact

''IiJ.:;'' '''' 376.with''an even dozen pars. while northeast into the open spaces "of'' be"-necessary""to transport the macuiuery and that It is not violative of the levy of the tax or the appro-

Alston shot 407 with seven pars and the Atlantic without sending a whiff any provisions of the constitution as priation of the funds."

two birdies. of wind this way. The city commission of Meore alleged In the bill of complaint, that The court Insisted the state had a

21 Captain. Duff received a dozen Haven, at its last meeting adopted the court below should have sus- right to reimburse its counties for

Royal golf balls presented by Blate resolutions, which were forwardedto tained the demurrer to the bill and money they spent on state works.

'I Brothers while Mr. Harrington re School Team Trounces those in charge of the work requesting should have denied the motion for a The present reimbursement plan was

ceived a novelty golf-ball cigarette that the canal be clearedof temporary injunction." The opin- compared to the payment of state

lighter donated by Mrs. F.. Deane Moore Haven By 14-4 j debris. The moving of the Sara- ion was concurred by Justices Whit- pensions and payment to counties or

Duff. winner of last year's American seta into the territory to dredge its field and Terrell and, the conclusionwas cities for state use of county or city

7 Legion Tournament. Avenging an 8-6 defeat at the way down the canal. however. was approved by Justice Brown. buildings.
- Net Scores hands of Moore Haven Sunday, I already planned by the federal men Chief Justice Rivers H. Buford and However, the opinion declared,

Duff. 77, 71, 76. 72.-296; Harrington Clewiston's school diamond ball in charge of the lake project. Justice Ellis handed down the dis- "there is no expression in the law

76, 75, 76 70-297; Shelly team reversed the tables on Moore senting opinion. (Continued on page 4)

:t 79. 74. 74. 74-302; Alston 70. 86, Haven here Monday in a return game WEATHER REPORT i Grounds of Attack

kg 76. 75-307; Hall 78, 81, 77. 75- and emerged with a 14-4 victory. CLEWISTON FLORIDAMax. i i Matthews attacked the 1931 law
311. the Min. Rain, as invalid on the grounds it used
The two teams; plan to settle
tie Tuesday night in Moore Haven Monday ............77 69 .43 I state funds to pay county bond debts CLEAN UP VACANT

I will Tuesday ............ 80 72 .33 pledged the state's credit, for coun-
when the third game be played.In -
Maj. Wilson Returns Tuesday's game the local team I Wednesday ........ 83 72 ty obligations put the state on a credit LOTS ADDS MUCH

I 1 Thursday ..........83 72 instead of a cash basis and on
established lead
early a by taking
As Local Course Pro. Friday..............83 68 many other principles.The .
six runs in the first inning and continued -i
to pile the scores while I Saturday m......... 85 61 I II majority opinion Wednesday TO CITY'S BEAUTY
Sunday .............. 85 59 analyzed the act closely, declared it ,
Major C. C- Wilson who spent last holding Moore Haven scoreless' until I I .
fall and winter here as golf profes- the seventh when the Moore Haven- unlike a 1929 act which Matthews
ites their four I Rainfall for week .................... .76 successfull attacked. and answeredthe ABUNDANT GROWTH OF GRASS
sional. returned this week to re-as gained runs- '
: 1 Previous, rainfall ..._............. 34.49 legislator's arguments point by REMOVED BY CLEW-
sume his duties at the local course. Hare and Avant were the battery I I' BEING

':; During the summer Major Wilson .for Clewiston while Roberts and point. ISTON COMPANYThe
I ,I II Rainfall to date ...................... 35.25 The state's seventh cent gasolinetax
has been pro. at a country club in I Daughtery held central positions for
was enacted in a separate law
Niagara Falls and in Canada. WEATHER REPORT and was not attacked in the suit.
The local pro. is planning on a being presented to better advantage -
MIAMI LOCKS The three cents gallon tax revenue
series of tournaments to be staged SUGAR COMPANY HEARING this week with the clearing of
Max. Min. Rain to the state road
SET FOR NEXT THURSDAY in the by the Clewis
during the winter. These tourna- vacant lots city
... ... ...
Monday .. .84 70 attacked only in a general wayas
ments will be so arranged that all .........._ ton company. Home owners here
84 .10
Tuesday being part of the same act which
A hearing will be held in Ft. My a general Individual -
golfing enthusiasts will have equal]I have been carrying on
Wednesday 70 distributed a second three cents a
,ers Thursday. November 4th before I clean-up campaign for the
opportunity to cop a prize. the ma- '
..........82 64
Thursday gallon tax revenue to the counties.
I Circuit Judge George W. Whitehurston
few weeKs and with the long
jor bogies. two-ball past
says. Friday..............84 61 Holding that there was no ques-
I a petition requesting the proper- I which have so luxur-
foursomes other grown
Saturday........... 84 65 tion of outstanding state bonds to
I ties of the Southern sugar companyto the summer months
will be held in the near future. iously during
...... ...... 84 64
Sunday -- be redeemed or refunded, the court'sopinion
be turned over to the reorganization stands
t. While away Major Wilson set al :being removed the city now
i1r'course group. the United States Sugar said roads may be paid for attraction to the daily
record at the Oak Park Ohio: out an
i as
Rainfall for week .................. .10 as directed by statute "in the absence
V club under Corporation visitor hereWith .
," country with a 35. two The been Previous rainfall .................... 35.10 of organic limitations."
reorganization has in
par for the course. group the approaching season
financing the maintenance and culti- Aim To Pay For Roads Florida increasing number of visitors -
vation of Rainfall to Date .................... 35'.20 the opinion an
the vast of "The policy. to
ROGERS BAKERY EXTENDS crop sugar cane present will come to Clewiston see

..... BREAD ROUTE TO CLEWISTON near Clewiston and Canal Point for stated, "is to curtail expendituresfor the sugar plantation and mill as
the past months, and are now readyto further road construction and by i well as to view the federal levees
Rogers Bakeries of West Palm take over the actual "control of the SOUTH BAY statute to provide additional means being built in this Immediate vicin-
Max. Min. Rain
Beach extended its commercial bread company upon judicial decree. with 'which to pay for public roads ity. Last year visitors from practi-
Monday..............78 70 1.19
route to Clewiston this week and already In whole or in part constructed cally every state in the union passed
Tuesday.:..........79 68 ..16 subdIvi-
announces daily delivery of its prod\ by governmental their from
on way
36,568 Gallons of Gas Wednesday....... 82 65
ucts here. WT.. McClelland is in I sions under legislative authority the east coast to the west. and now
Thursday ..........81 61
charge of the Clewiston business.Mr. many of which roads have been by Sugarland high-
Sold In In with the completed
I County Sept. Friday................ 82 68
McClelland he is well statute made a part of the state that the 'number
says it is expected
Saturday............. 83 60 way
pleased with the first business from I highway system. decided increase-
During the month of September Sunday............... 83 59 will show a
Clewiston and is looking to a grad- Hendry county sold 36.568 gallons of The court said It recognized The rows of eucalyptus trees lining -
ual increase here during the next the counties -1 streets of Clewiston always
gasoline .according to figures made Rainfall for week ................ 1.35 "great inequality among the
few weeks. public this week by the inspection Previous Rainfall __.................. 38-3 4 of the state as to population. draw favorable comment from the
-0.- bureau of the state department of assessable property values and their visitors and lovers of birds are impressed -

HAND APPOINTED agriculture. In that period the Rainfall to date .................... 39.69 areas." It added that "county and with the flocks of white
i H- GHand of LaBene, was ap- county also sold '7.376 gallons of district boundary lines have no con- herons that make their home within

pointed as a member of the board of kerosene. The figures show a totalof General average rainfall for week. trolling, relation to a state system of the city limits. Those more inter-

trustees of the Caloosahatchee im- 16,410,581 gallons of gasoline .58 inches; general average rainfallto roads." ested in actual economic develop-

provement district by Governor Carl- sold in the entire state and slightly date, 34.58 inches. The act under attack became a ment will see beyond the natural

ton to replace Lou Jacobs who recently more than million and a half gallons Note: Readings are taken at law of the state and levies a state, beauty of the city and see the fieldsof

resigned from the office. The of kerosene .which did not include 7:00 A- M. and apply to preceding not a county tax, the opinion said. winter vegetables and the soil

appointment was made by the governor 146.289 gallons sold to U. S. 24 hours, and \are dated as of day One of Matthew's contetnions was being prepared for planting other

t _;," Wednesday. governmental agencies free of tax. taken. that the act did not become a law crops.

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J fed. lose r real' at built __. .. ......, .. _
THE CIiEVTISTOX NEWS poorly and Improperly buy estate fifty cents on the today, using the same materialsand I <<; :'::Tf3'' M-'--'-=' ': -" ::;: :;;:
sleep, grind away their minds in futile dollar." the same skilled workmen, ac-
Published every Friday In Clewiston,, atempts. become despondent.llll The Baron was in France at the cording to the estimate made for The Clewiston Laundry

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, lack sunshine and fresh air are depleted close of the war: and was head of a us by W. W. Blackburn, for $3,500.

Inc. c/f nerve-forces, and lack resistance group of financiers who guaranteedthe There's another saving of $1,500 to 0-Tr

powers they are an easy maintenance of the foreign ex- add to our first thousand, bringing o
Entered as second class matter. prey to millions of deadly germs in changes to facilitate the payment of the saving to $2.500. I LN s aYOUi ,,

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat the surrounding air, which they the French indemnity. Third, there's the interest on the (

Clewiston, Florida, under the' Act breathe but do not destroy. Need the moral-true then. and I money invested. In normal timeswe

of March 3, 1897. .It is pure and vibrant sunkissedair. true now-he pointed out more de-' would have spent $7,000 for this

without living germs of disease, finitely? 'I lot and home.. Today we get It for

A newspaper devoted to the best but which vitalizes and strengthens, .- $4,500. Money in Florida earns 8

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. reinvigorates and builds up nervous per cent on real estate mortgages of
We wonder sometimes
peo- .. eILUNDRY
. Its leading newspaper. tissue. which is for health.
necessary ple in these modern days can doubt this size and as we are dealing In
Florida's air. climate and sun real estate here, we'll take that
the miracles of Biblical times: The :
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 shine bathed in and breathed by thought has often come to us I$2.500 saving and put it out at the

...... others: is the nation's greatest restorer -
Outside of State of Florida $2.50 that "we moderns" witness legal rate of interest and make $200a
so many
It makes no difference to
I to health and business recov- year.
marvelous inventions. take so many us whether it rains or shines, .
Advertising rates furnished on ap ery.The; unusual things for granted that we :[ We'll skip over the obvious fact we give you the same Snow-

plication. panic of "hard times" will lose sight of the wonders of the age,that the actual depreciation per annum White, efficient laundry service

cease when the financial and business in which we are living. The other is less on a house that originally throughout the whole
leaders bask in Florida sun- across little bit of cost $3.500 than that cost year.
Business office, Clewiston News, day we ran a | on one
shine, eat and drink citrus fruits verse by Edith Roming Fuller which $5.000. However, the cost of main- Long ra nT days are apt
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and juices. and fresh vegetables full says very aptly the things we have tenance would be the same, so we to break into your own home

Advertising, same. of health vitamins and relay their had, in mind for some time: will not count that in our figUres. laundry service, but rememberwe

worn out fatigued brains and bodies If radio's slim fingers Just bear it in mind as an advantage} are here to render you the

Telephone 339 which are now neither think- Can pluck a melody on the side of building a home now. best; of Laundry Service...
ing straight nor properly function-
From night and toss it Taxes, under the millage rates
ing. that will Your ;aundry worries are
next with
Over a continent or sea; apply year and
STEEL PAYS DIVIDENDS I President Hoover his cabinet, If the petaled white notes the lowered assessments, would.to- over when you phone us.

congress and Wall street all needto Of a violin tal approximately $125 for such a

An exhilaritlng effect was given I spend the next few months in Are blown across a mountainOr home. At that rate even if we do CLEWISTONLAUINDRY

business in general this week with Florida, if they expect a return of a city's din;. not take the interest on the savings

, the announcement that the United I prosperity; a return to normal vitality If songs like crimson roses into consideration but merely use IRC.

States Steel corporation had madea I and an end to our depression Are culled from thin blue air, up the saving in paying taxes. we EL PASO AVE.6* SAN BONITA, ST.

substantial dividend payment to I panic. and soup and bread lines Why should mortals wonderIf would start with enough saved to

stockholders. The dividends were I throughout the nation. God hears prayer? pay the taxes for 20 years. But, CiEWISTONfyour FLORJDA

ordered paid although the steel com- We invite both Republicans and if we put the saving out at interestwe

pany shows a deficit of some three -0- would have to snow? \ite.
Democrats to come to Florida if enough pay our \ Laundry
million dollars for the. third quarterof hey want a rise in business, the BUILDING A HOME NOW SAVES taxes forever and get a little over

the year. stock markets and the health of 20 YEARS TAXES to use for maintenance. THE LAUNDRY DOES IT BETTER
is realized that the U- S.
When it the nation. Evidently it would be good business -
Steel corporation is one of the larg- Controverting the assertion so to build Com-

est businesses in the country and has frequently made that "taxes are too mercial. now.-Leesburg .:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.

some of the best business men at HOW A FORTUNE WAS BUILT high now to build a home" we find .:N:..:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:.

its helm. it is a good indication that that an analysis of the present build-

they have reasons to expect businessto That this is the time to buy real ing costs and of the prices at which C. E. STEBELDealer

go forward at a normal pace. estate when prices are low and discontent lots can be obtained shows that the in

Otherwise they would not have and uncertainty are in the savings by building a home now will I

drawn on its built-up surplus for air, recalls the story of one of the pay the taxes for at least 20 years M General Electric Refrigerators

funds to pay the dividends. great Rothchild bankers who livedin even if in that time taxes on real
Electrochef StovesRadios
-v--- 1871. estate are not reduced from the ,
HAVE WE CAUSE TO WORRY I It is told of this Baron Rothchild present level. I l AA i and Supplies

that in the days following the defeatof Taken without any preliminary Radio Repairing

France in the Franco-Prussian discussion, this seems to be an ab-
Each day some new light is
war when the mob ruled Paris thata surd statement. startling only if Pahokee Florida
thrown onto the so-called depressionin

the United States. Alniost every- friend went to him and said. "My true. Let's look into it and see .:,.:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:.:.: ..:..:..:.

one has a new idea as to its cause Lord, Baron what are you going todo whether it will bear close scrutiny. .:MNNNNNN. . :-:N:MN. :MNNNNN. . ...:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:.
to protect your interests in this'I First, take the lot: In normal
and for its ailment. ,
a remedy .
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dreadful hour?" The Baron said to times if one wants to build a hometo w \alo! ":; <
Let us look about in Clewiston to
him, "Can you keep a'secret?" He cost about $5,000, the lot will A SANITARY SHOPA
if have
see we reason to lose our disposition "
said, "Yes." And the Baron said. cost from $2000 to $2.500. In
while trying to solve the 'Well, if the truth must be told. Iam boom times. of course, the price .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Barbers Try To Conduct
problems. It is a known
fact that constant worry about protecting myself by buying real would be away; above this figure. Miss Lowther'sBEAUTY Shops of Cleanliness.
estate." His friend said. "Do that lot be bought
I you But today can BUT We Go That
things either real or imaginary, will I Beyond
mean that you are buying real estate readily for $1,000That means a
so destroy the reasoning faculties SALONIS Point, And Give You Sanitary
with the gutters of Paris run- saving of $1,000 tol,500on the lot
that will think
we in a circle. never
ning with blood and the city in the alone. Let's put it at $1,000 to be Service In All Kinds Of Barber
being able to reach a conclusion. NOW OFFERING BOTH THE
hands of a mob?" conservative. Work
Such a state of mind is not apparent FREDERIC'and

here. Rothchild said "Yes. my friend, I Second comes the building cost. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY

mean that very thing, and that is We started out on the basis of a
Those P
who OF
are returning ,to SHELTON
'the only time. when the gutters are house that would cost in normal CROQUIGXOLE ..
Clewiston from other sections of the PERMANENT WAVES RAINWATER SHAMPOOS ,
running with blood. that you can times $5.000. This house can be
country say it is refreshing to

see the progress that is being made Experts Operators for all linesof .CIVIC CENTER

here. With the federal governmentjust Beauty Culture

completing its first year of activity ALL-FLORIDA' RODEO Harvey Bldg. Telephone BARBER SHOP

of the permanent levee, the West aim Bleach. Fin. 2-3C23:,

first contract for construction let1 1 AT ARCADIA NOV. 10-11 l I Nolon Bl Conner, Prop.

and work to soon begin and with I M:N N:--:M:N:N:N N:N:N:H N:N:N:-:M:Ni,:N ff:..:N N N N r: i ..

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ripening cane crop and the vege-
tables being shipped ,the steady r ..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..;..:..:..; :< ,:..:..; ':..:..:.,:..:..:.,:..:...:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.:.:..:.

progress of the section is being madeIt
is also a known fact that business :_: ENJOY TWO WEEKS AT FLORIDA'S i::

conditions in Florida are better tha'n : FOREMOST HEALTH INSTITUTION ::
in any other state and that a gen- ;

eral improvement is being shown in y x The only $50,000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments f

all lines of business the country over. :_. for men and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that .j.:.j.x :

These are refreshing facts after be- : comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive re's..
ing forced to listen to stories of depression ::
:.i._ suIt.s at astonishingly low rates. ;
panic, and even the base- y y .
less mention of a revolution.A .s. Excellent hotel accomodations, baths, treating rooms, sun baths 's'

point that is of interest is that T 3:: and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance }A::
always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoinipg baths.
the businesses that are the back }: bI

bone of Clewiston are substantialand I .s Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin ::%t:

not a state of affairs that will .e Eruptions, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and .;.

rush madly through and leave the Arcadia. DeSoto County, Florida, Governor Carlton will be a guestof :f.; liver Disorder.. 1:1:

country in no better. shape than it which used to be the commercial cen- the American Legion at the show :{. Write for free descriptive folder +.s.
was several years The federal
ago. ter 'of the great stock industry of[this year and will make a short address
levee will be permanent, it will afford DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS :4::
adequate water transportationfor South Florida, will again be host to during the program. "I takeit } ,
that I will'be expected to 'throw :: One Boulevard .s.
thousands Spring
the growers of the Evergladesand of people on Tuesday and _
the bull' rather than ride him." the {.
at the time :( ,
same it will mean Wednesday. November 10 and 11
Governor wrote the committee in ac- ._.
permanent protection against water when there will again be presentedthe cepting the invitation to be' present. .:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:1.:N N N:H N:N:N:N:N N H N:N:N:N:N:N:..N:N N:..:N N:N:N N:H N:M:N N:N N:..:N:N:.
damage. The levee will Annual All-Florida
open up a ChampionshipRodeo
section of the state that has been an event which has been However. Florida's chief executive is T("' ooooI (":":":":":":":":":-:":":-:-:":":-:":..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:..:..:-:-"
I I a native of the great cattle countryof .
dormant for many years. Thousandsof sponsored for several years by K
Florida and could no doubt do the i
acres of rich muck land will be Post of the American Legion. I What Last ?
riding stunt if the dignity of his Happened Night
available for farming just there
as Arcadia is still a great cattle cen- high position did not forbid. It is x

are now thousands of acres already ter, although in more recent years said that enjoys nothing better thanto .

under cultivation.We the people have made the sectionone get out on the with a .i. .(
range groupof
have no cause to +: Last night, while you were asleep, .li
worry. of the leading centers for the cow men and live for a time close :: the
---0.FlNAXClAIJ- i half world was busily engaged
production of citrus fruits and of to nature. .. ,
PANICSBy winter vegetables. But on ArmisticeDay +, in the business of living. Ships were :;r.
Many other features of entertain-
Judge John W. Dodge the people of this inland city ment are presented at the Rodeo. :;: sailing. the Atlantic, crowds were .?

Regardless of the various causesof hark back to the pioneer days and The whole town lends itself to mak- .. swarming the streets of ChiL'3., .Ot".s. ;-
our financial present to the visitors from this and .s. .::e .
problems, distressesand ing the occasion a success and a de- ,s. houses were burning, "people were .t,
panic it is said by Dr. Ellsworth many other states an exhibition of to t
light the visitors. The Annual Ro-
: laughing, playing and working. :s:
Huntington of Yale that "statisticalfacts the sports which characterized the 3
deo has become one of the leading I
tend to show that the most cattle industry of the earlier days. attractions in ;j1
South Florida and peo- :;: The Tampa Morning Tribune brt'ngs1 :
fundamental cause Is a condition of Nothing is missing which is usu- from .
ple many states mingle in the -1-_ you complete news of the. world every "
general ill health." ally presented In a program of this throng. .: morI.mg. )f! .'to.t.
Dr. Huntington further nature. The riding or'wild .
The is at the
staged muncipal y
"Business recovery Is preceded by a young unbroken stock, gathered ::
park where every item of equipmentfor *
bettering of the general health." from the adjacent farms and ;
putting on such an exhibition is x SERVICE IN CLE\YISTOX ;Os"y;
Specifically it may be said, the facts fessional outlav.s-oteer riding bulldogging I'
provided. A huge arena, safe guarded .s. Ot"
show that the panicky state of the and roping wild ..
cow milk-
in every way against accident, is Weekly 83c Monthly ::
public mind. necessary for the pre- ing, and numerous other stunts will X
provided, with comfortable seats for st
cipitation of a financial crisis, is the be presented at each program in the 3.000 people. Cowboys from the A
result of the weakening forces of ill afternoon and evening of each day.
health and business great western plains country are at- ::: Tribune ::
recovery waits This is a championship affair, introducing tracted to the South Florida show : Tampa Morning
upon a return to normal :
vitality. the element of contest in each year, and for this year the num- .
When people are Irregular _: Florida "
their habits. in each event and offering a program ber of skilled amateurs and profes- ,0 F Tampa, "t.t' :.
are constantly under a that has delighted thousands in past sionals promises to be greater than .
nervous tension, and strain
are years. ever before. irt+g+bGO .M M G4row".Fro'': ):'':t4o: .h 9 :'C''X''>X"XMX'XMX"&"e vvrw iu' >><0 rI -:


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r'k- BIRTHDAY PARTY HONORS a "living" at home. The day has 1) lead a hand-to-mouth existence in a Wtralil Be Nice, eh?

; I Personal Mention I MISS BONCIEL STONE passed \when farmers or anyone else world which is marked by educationand "Think of something very nice" i

Hooker can be expected to get along with progress. said the dentist as he started to
Mrs. W. C- entertained at merely the bare necessities of life.
We must still depend upon our cash drill, "then you won't notice the
two tables of bridge at her home in i Food and raiment are of first impor- j
crops to supplement our live-at-home pain.
"ci:; J. H. Jones of Ft. Myers. was in the Hooker apartments, Monday tance of course, but other things are
crops. and we must try to find new The patient did not move.
Clewiston recently on business.J. .
.tyJ night in honor of her sister. Miss necessary.We cash crops which will bring in a little '"Splendid! What did you think

Bonceil Stone. in celebration of her must have cash with which to additional income when our old fa. about?"
J. K. Baker was a business visitor I I[I meet our tax payments. buy gasoline vorite cash
birthday anniversary.The crops are suffering froma "Well, I thought my boss was '
in Ft. Myers Wednesday.A. guests included: Miss ElsielHare I for our automobiles, send our child- slump and are not returning as here in my place." .

Miss Frances Munroe, Van Co- :ren to school take care of the necessary I much cash as they should. We can
E. Pope of Tampa, transacted
business thern, Campbell NaIl Casey Jones upkeep and improvements on retrench in our expenses, it's true. Under The lIen f

in Clewiston, Tuesday.Mrs. and ,Mr. and Mrs- W. C. Hooker. the farm, subscribe to news and but we cannot go entirely back] to con- A teacher
told her
farm papers. contribute to our ditions as they existed in the horse
Thomas Hooks of Americus, to draw a hen with five little
Ga., arrived in Clewiston recently.R. CUTWORM BEST CONTROLLED churches and other charities. and and buggy days. chicks. Onp of her pupils.; Tommy,
purchase a few things which tend to-
WITH POISON I3fKAX BAIT drew the hen
only chick-
ward culture and relaxation. Surelywe
H. Howe, agent at Miami If now Considerate "Tommy, I told you to draw five .
class cannot be expected to
Locks, has returned to Clewiston for well as a ,
Wife-why do you go out on the chicks. You have only one. Where

the winter season. known by their habit of cutting tender balcony when I sing? Don't you like are the other four?" said the teacher. -

vegetable plants off just above ( The Southern I[my singing? I

Ralph Falkiner left Saturday for the ground to take only a few bites Hubby-It isn't that. I want the "Why, that's easyCan't you I

New York to spend a few days and cut another, can best be controlled Sugar CompanyNotice neighbors to see I am not beatingyou. even guess that? They're under the i

transacting business. with a poison bran bait, says J. .. hen" came Tommy's reply. I,

R. Watson, entomologist with the
Mrs. M. D. Waldron and MrsH.. Florida Experiment Station. to Creditors: r -

H Turner spent Tuesday afternoonin Cutworms are the larvae of a moth Circuit Pursuant Court to the of Hendry provisions County.of an order Florida of,the ia oN:N:NN, :NN, :N:NM, :NNNNMNN, , :NN, :N:N:NNNNN, ,. :NNNNN, :NfNN:NNN, :MNNMNNN, , :NMNN, :NNNN, :N:

West Palm Beach. that flies around mostly at night. Chancery, entered October 17, 1931. in a cause P g
entitled "Weir Kilby Corporation -
therein pending
The moth lays eggs on the plant near ,a corporation,ct al..Complainants,against
Mrs. A. L. Bush arrived in Clew- the ground. The worm hatches and The Southern Sugar Company a corporation.

iston, Thursday from Cotton dale, digs into the ground, coming out at Company Defendant,,"the all creditors defendant of The In said Southern cause Sugar, are I : IT IS THE RULE

_- Fla., to join Mr. Bush. night to feed. At this time of the hereby required to file duly sworn statements with of '
their claims against the said Corporation
year there is a generation every the undersigned Receivers appointed by said
Mr. and MrsW.. M. Reddelshei- month. Court, at the office of the Receivers in the Cityof ;- ,: AND NOT THE EXCEPTION
before the 20th
Clewiston, Florida on or
. mer and Herbert Blate were Sunday These.worms are usually abundantin day of November, 1931. Said statements of .
visitors to West Palm Beach. I claims shall set forth, among other things, the ,.:-' ,.
fields. this the
grassy reason nature and amount of the claim, amount and 'lI ., .
land should be plowed as far in ad- nature of any security or lien held by the claim- .' I
Pud and James Montgomery were ant or to which the claimant is or claims to be '
vance of the setting of the plants as entitled, and also any claim to preference or '- '
week-end visitors in Clewiston as If field in payment to any other creditors of
possible. the is kept fallow priority THE UNANIMOUS ON
the guests of Merrell Lowe. said Corporation. rj PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS THE
for month most of the willstar.
a worms of said
the foregoing provisions
-!"\ W. Hanson formerly of Clewis- corporations ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP-
If it isn't feastible to plow the fielda demands against The Southern Sugar Companywith
ton. now of West Palm Beach, was a.1ijir1 month before the plants are set. the said Receivers on or before said date, TION.
:- recent business visitor here. shall be forever barred and foreclosed from
the worms can be poisoned. This can making or asserting any claims against The ; t
Southern Sugar Company and from participating 1 .
J. J. Harrington has returned to be done by poisoning collard leaves, in the assets or properties of said Corporation -

Clewiston from all extended business or some such material, with an arsen- or the proceeds thereof,except upon further .
order of the court herein granted and entered it W
visit to Detroit and New York. ical and scattering them over the for due cause shown and upon proper application.
field after it has had time to become

Fletcher Baker returned to Clew- hungry. This poison should be scattered Dated October 201931. FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE. AND THE EXCELLENT

iston the latter' part of the week I late in the evening so that it P. G. BISHOP, B APPOINTMENTS OF THE INN MAKE IT THE IDEAL l

after two months ,visit in Kingstree.S. I I will not dry out before the worms J.Receivers L. DOGGETT.of PLACE TO RESIDE.. ,

C. can get it.' The Southern Suter Company. .. "__. ... :. ..... I
If the worms are found destroyingthe Address: Clewiston. Florida. ..;.., .' : 't '1 : '_ .
I Mrs. 'E. R. Fontaine and son, arrived crop after it is set the poison ;, "" ,. :. ; ,< : : >: ,.: .:> ,. : ,
) .
.... ..... .
in Clewiston the former part of bran bait is the best control. Thisis M : I. ..' /: "'.- ,.r'Y'. '" .'-; -- -.

I the week from Tampa to join Mr. made by thoroughly mixing 25 To Creditors and Stockholders of ;1

Fontaine. I pounds of bran with 1 pound of Paris -
green or calcium arsenate and I
Miss Jamye Williams, Miss Jean-
moistening it with enough water to

nette Morgan. Jimmie Wolfe and make it damp but not sloppy.Thisbait Sugar Company On The Shore of Lake Okeechobee
Phil Petersen were visitors in Paho- I
can be scattered over the field
j kee Pursuant to the provisions of an order of the I
Monday night. late in the afternoon. It should be Circuit Court of Hendry County, Florida,made
scattered evenly if the vegetablesare October 17. 1931, in the cause therein pend-
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Miss Mae lt entitled "Weir Kilby Corporation, a corpa- I

J Drew, Miss Jeanette Morgan and Joe closely planted and should treat | ration et*Company L, Complainants, corporation against Defendant The Southern ,.-. . . .... . . .. .... ................................................................. .........."iJ.
about five acres. in the case of MtlcelThereby Sour given a ''' .''.''.''.''.''.''.''.''' .'''.''.''.''.''.''.''.''.''''. .''.''.''.''. . . . . . .-. .
Johnson spent Saturday afternoonin
plants spaced far apart, like cabbage (1) That there has been filed with the Clerk
West Palm Beach. I' .f the Circuit Court of Hendry County,Florida
it is only necessary to drop a little a copy of the Plan and Agreement dated April .:N:N:N:N:N.N:..:N:N.N:N:N:N.N:N:M:N:N.N:N.N:N:N:N:N:A:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:M:N.N:M:N:N:N:M:M:N:N:N.N:N:N:.:M:N:N: .
D. GAlston.. Thomas Jones bait around each plant. 1.1931. for the reorganization of The Southern t yy
Sugar Company, under which Bitting, Incorporated yy
Charles Gibons. and Preston Lowe, ha been constituted and is acting as 2i

motored to Jacksonville Saturday to PRODUCING A LIVINGAT at reorganization 10 o'clock in Manager.the forenoon On.November of said day 4,1931, at the, :: ':. ::

..{\ witness the Florida-Auburn football HOME IS NOT ALL Court House in Fort Myers, Florida,the Circuit ,.
] Court of Hendry County will hear complaints X ROGERSj ,. .. :::
game. u to the fairness timeliness and equitablenessof .i. .! '. ,: '. .-.
** said Plan and Agreement, dated April 1, .. ". .:.
Miss Margaret Fletcher, Misses 1931. for the reorganization of The Southern .;. ''':''''' .;.
are hearing a great deal these
Sugar Company, and of the offers contained .y
Winifred Jean, and Eleanor Wintle I days about "living at home". That's therein to creditors and stockholders of The y

and MrsA. R. Wintle were the about the only of Southern Sugar Company.the time All persons and who afore-shall ::
place some us can make no complaint at place .
guests of Mrs: C. E. Miner in Clew I live, and we have a pretty hard time said thereafter.shall be barred and restrained from doing. FREQll BREAD
M : > r =!:
' iston afternoon. 'I
; Friday making it go there. We farmers, it (2) That at the time and place above men-
is true should be encouraged to tioned the Circuit Court of Hendry County will j;
growas ,
also hear the petition of the complainant in the
B. Blackman of Jacksonville, :
was much as possible of our food and cause above-mentioned for a Final Decree directing .. .:.
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. a sale of the property and assets of The
feed 2
crops on our own farms. That
Southern Sugar Company and its Receivers sub-
# G. Wallace.. Mr. Blackman was will save us from having to payout ject to all existing liens and the distribution of .. : : DAILY! ... .
enroute to Fort Pierce where he will the proceedings resulting therefrom, and for I : .
money for these products, or, as it .. ',. ..
supervise Governmental work. other relief. .....,:';," \ ", "/" < :
often happens, from having to do Dated October 20. 1931. == ... .l ; -", .'- ., :.: ::

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones left Saturday without them. It is a good plan and P. G. BISHOP i \ ..
should be J. L. DOGGETT. ..
i for Jacksonville where Mrs. Ketttvers of y:
: Jones plans to remain for several However, we must have more than The Southern Sttcar Com pans. t

li I I i "j weeks.iston Monday.Mr. Jones returned to clew-I I i You can now Get Rogers .


I '. Word was received here last weekof Better Breakfasts _:::. Fresh Bread and Pastries at ..... =i:

the marriage of Miss Doris Nortonof .:. .:.

Miami, to Donald Wheeler also y

... of Miami. Miss Norton was a fre- :: your Grocer ,.. ." '. '. :;:

quent visitor in Clewiston throughout :;: .' "IT,:
/ ,. : :;:
summer. ..
the of .' t.t, :
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P-T. A DANCE < :: \ ,
The benefit dance sponsored by \ _.. ,.. ., It with that we '
; IS pleasure ::
i' .
Ii the Parent-Teacher association, Oct. .
fJ1 ( "
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27, at the Clewiston Inn was a bril- .;....:;: announce the extension of :: :
iant well successful event.A '
as as .
crowd'enjoyed % ::: ...:" : ..
large dancing / 2: 'lc 'i.:' r);;;: our DAILY DELIVERY Service -:::
while several tables of bridge were .
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in play in the lobby. Soft drinks. j .
pie. coffee and a fortune teller were ;:. ":, :': to Clewiston.We :

side attractions. ; '
l Among the out-of-town visitors h7J : .

were Misses Lanita Roberts Cecil :I r.: ,:< have been given a. .:.
Yoder, of Moore Haven; Edna Mc- It .' ', ;
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Culbert.kee and Christine Bill Blakely Wheeler, Walker of Paho-Nail :i: ... .: : hearty welcome by those who i

of Moore Haven and John Formeyand ': ;:

H. A. McArthur, of Pahokee- 2: :..:.'>. .L know Rogers Products and *
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CLEWISTON SOCIAL CLUB t :: .v...''....:,. NEW .Customers are BEING ::::

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The Clewiston Social club met at '
the home of Mrs. D. G- Alston on ONCE upon a week-end, a bache- even your husband-for husbands =:: .;. i :: I
who never got up for have been getting up for break ;
i'; Y ; I
Wednesday afternoon. A very plea- breakfast if he could help it, was fast for years. j}

sant afternoon was enjoyed in play- the guest of married friends and ;.:/ ASK FOR :i_;: !
ing bridge. Members and guests got up for breakfast because he Breakfast Menu ;

present were Miss E. West, Mrs. T. couldn't help it. I : !

Shelley. Mrs. H. Turner, Mrs. F. R Somewhat aggrieved, he reachedthe Orange FlowersReadllToEat ROGERS _
breakfast room 'and his half- j BREAD r
Maxwell, Miss J. Williams, Mrs. W. opened eyes beheld crimson straw- Cereal i I
S. Harvel. Mrs. B. A. Bourne. Mrs.C. berries Creamed Codfish with Baked ;
on green crystal plates, "
W. McDonald, Mrs. W C. Hooker, Potatoes
golden popovers, eggs baked in Hot '_. !
Mrs. J. R Alston. Mrs. M. Waldron. cute little pottery cups, steaming Toast Beverage AT
Miss J. Morgan. Mrs. J. Beardsley, coffee and heavenly honeyed :.

Miss Boncile Stone, Miss M. Drew. pastry. Creamed. Codfish with BaJcec1 ; ICV I
,I A delicious frozen fruit salad sandwiches "Why haven't I been told about Potatoes: Add one-fourth cup toj, Your Neaa'est: Grocer '
breakfast before?" he demanded."It milk or cream to one 9%-junce ._. I
cake and served
punch were
!!! '
:. Is actually something to go can of creamed codfish, add more ; A .
by the hostess and prizes were to bed early 'for!" seasoning if necessary, and heat. I

'1 warded to Miss Mae Drew and Mrs. Is yours? Try this better break. Serve on baked potatoes. This i

))1 r r'? M. D. Waldron. fast on your bachelor guest, or serves three persons.* %.X"M"H N HMH"H..H..H..M...:..:*.:"H"H..HC"M..M'GO' ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:. :..:.: :-'...



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1 case for their written and oral statements PALM BEACH COUNTY PUSHES Calloused Hands
The Correct Remedy in the suit. CLAIM FOR ENTIRE LAKE McCormack to Star
Calloused hands can be caused Iron
Matthews was joined in his attack In Radio Home Circle
l l.a-y as well as work.-Atchlso*
The following itorial comment ou the law by Dade Duval and< With the announcement that the G1$ be..

taken from the Marianna Floridanis Gadsden county legislators who were supreme court had upheld the 1931

reprinted here because it is as members of the opposition to the gasoline tax distribution law Palm I STATEMENT OF' OWNERSHIP
measure in the 1931 house of Beach county officials began to con-
applicable to Clewiston as it is to< rep- Statement of the ownership man- .
the residents of the west Florida; resentatives. tinue their claim to the whole of I agement. circulation, etc., required 'I""

town. In which it was first published. Planned Finish Fight Lake: Okeechobee as Palm Beach by the Act of Congress of August 24, \

At times we are all too prone to The act was defended by the at- county territory. If the contentionof 1912. of The Clewiston News pub-

look at the more gloomy side of life< torney general's office assisted by; the Palm Beach commissioners is 'lished weekly at Clewiston Florida,

when, with a moment's consideration Jacksonville attorneys retained by; sustained an additional revenue of for Octoberl. 1931 State of Florida,
we would readily see the falacy of the small county organization lead- $30.000vill be gained from the gas- I County of Hendry.

such feeling."In ers of which, announced they .were oline tax fund. Palm Beach is estimated Before me a Notary Public in and

the language often used and gislature, followed 'a prolonged dead- to receive 260020.63 an- I for the State and county aforesaid,

regarded as a "bromide"-"Just lay' prepared to carry the fight to the nually from the gas tax distribution.The personally appeared C. J. Lovvorn,

aside your hammer, and get a horn.": United States supreme court if ne- increase in territory would ef- who having been duly sworn accord-
I cessary. fect the distribution of the one cent ing to law deposes and says that he
Quit talking hard times. legislature tax to be distributed according to is the editor of the Clewiston News
i Passage of the measure by the j
Calamity howling' increases a calamity followed a prolonged dead- area of the various counties and and that the following is, to the best
if exists. It brings on a would lessen the amounts to be
one received -I
lock between a small county major- of knowledge and ,belief, a true
calamity if does not exist. The from other counties bordering
i -
statement of the ownership.
ity bloc and a large county minorit; manage-
Floridan last week stressed the : on the lake.HINTS .
faction. The deadlock was broken] ment (and if a daily paper the cir-
point that merchants who cried oul"depression" : by compromise after days of filibus-I ieultaion I ). etc., of the aforesaid publication -
about timid- TO HOUSEWIVESA
brought a
tering and a fist fight on the floorof for the date shown in the
ity on the part of buyers who reduced I
the house. above caption, required by the Act
their spending.In pantry well stocked with gua- I lof August 24. 1912. embodied in sec-
Some million dollars
two accumulated -
every medical college, the students in the state treasury to the va delicacies will contribute greatlyto tion 411, Postal Laws and Regulations -
impressed with the importance the live-at-home program. A .
are printed on the reverse of this
of the counties while the
credit legal \ -.., heavy of this fruit is 'on
of cheerfulness when entering crop now form, to wit:
I battle over the act was being waged.
the sick room. The physician who hand. Guavas may be canned plain 1. That the names and addressesof
approaches a patient with a sour The decision .released the fundsto preserved spiced, made into butteror McCORMACK'S voice will the publisher editor managing
the countiesTHOUSAND carried to section of
look and exclaims. "This is very ser- paste made into catsups or relishes every editor and business managers are:
the nine times or the juice may be canned for the country in radio programs
ious. makes case, planned for late October and De Publisher. Clewiston News, Inc.,
out of ten. more serious. ATTEND punch and jelly stock. cember. Singing simple songs Clewiston, Florida; Editor, C. J.

The pastor who goes about with Canned Guavas! such as are heard in American Lovvorn. Clewiston. Florida; Manag-

a furrowed brow, and who, gives the There are several ways of canning homes, McCormack, as guest star ing Editon C. J. Loworn. Clewis-
Impression that religion is painfuland BOXING CONTEST guavas. They may be canned whole in the General Electric"Song at ton, Florida; Business Manager, C-
unhappy causes multitudes to peeled Or unpeeled; may be halved Twilight" Home Circle series to J. Lovvorn. Clewiston Florida.

avoid religion. The sunshine in the seeds removed by means of the dil- be heard Sunday afternoons will 2. That the owner is: Clewiston
bring of his most popular '
sick-room is always beneficial. A IN MOORE HAVEN or fruit press, and pulp returned to ballads many to a nationwide N.B.C. radio News. Inc., Clewiston, Florida; C.

religion that gives the appearance of .. halves and cooked with them; OT network. In the same series with J. Loworn. Clewiston. Florida; 'S. B. .

hurting should be avoided. Worshipof shells and pulp. may be cooked sep- him will be Geraldine Farrar, Mary Beach, West Palm Beach, Florida; 'I
God should always be attended (Moore Haven Democrat) arately. Garden, Jeritza and outstanding M. P. Bryant Palm Beach Florida.
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with happiness. The physician: in A crowd estimated at one thou- Wash remove blossom end. Peel singers of the Metropolitan and 3. That the known bondholders

the sick room never scares a patientto sand persons witnessed the weekly; if skin is blemished in any way. Chicago Civic'Opera companies. In mortgagees and other security hold-
boxing matches staged by "Doc" addition to Its Sunday series Gen- ers owning or holding 1 'centor
death. Cheerfulness contributesmore ]Cook 2 to 3 minutes (according to per
towards recovery than all the Golden at the local arena Friday; size and ripeness of fruit) boiling eral daily Electric Home Circle has'Program arranged of for especial a more of total amount of bonds,
be writtenfor evening. With the seats which are mortgages, or other securities are:
latin phrases that can thin or medium syrupThis preliminary Interest to women, which also
the pharmacist. and both are ne adequate for four hundred fans, cooking is given' in order to ; will be carried on a coasttocoastradio !None

cessary. Every depression, or alleged crowded several hundred others have full pack when processing is I I hookup.* 4. That the two pargraphs next

depression. has been followedby stood or sat in cars to watch the completed. If "peach" pack is desired J j above. giving the names of owners.

a period of "unprecedented pros bouts. Seen in the crowd were and guavas are large and thick Some Cats Are I stockholders and security holders,

perity." It there be real clouds I groups from Sebring, Lake Placid meated, halves may be packed in "Father" said Jimmy running ifany contain not only the list of

they all have a silvery lining. Clewiston. LaBelle Lakeport, Belle jars. after very slight pre-cook, in I into the drawing-room "there's a stockholders and security holders as

Here and there even in Mariannawe Glade, Pahokee Palmdale Citrus overlapping of layers. The concave big black cat in the dining room." they appear upon the books of the

hear about '"things going to the Center, Canal Point and Venus. surface of each half should go down- "Never mind. Jimmy," said the company but also. in cases where the

demnition bowwows," yet there is In the main bout Friday evening ward and the blossom end should father, drowsily; "black cats are stockholder or security holder appears -
plenty of things to cast dull care Smiling Williams, of LaBelle. weigh- face the glass. Add a tablespoon of lucky. upon the books of the companyas

away. We have much to be thank- ing 184 pounds outpointed his opponent syrup with each layer. Process "This one is; he's had your din- trustee or in any other fiduciary

ful for. We have many opportunitiesthat George Fritzie 189 of Oklahoma quarts 20 minutes at boiling. ner!" relation, the name of the person or

have not been accepted and in a, four round bout. The< Guava Paste corporation for whom such trusteeis
Change The BrandA acting is given; also that the said
which would add greatly to our pros- Smiling' dash from LaBelle cleanly; Use 1 part sugar to 2 parts guava bishop had been speaking with
contain statements
two paragraphs
perity. outpointed his foe in all rounds but pulp. The pulp or pomace left from "I
some feeling about the use of cos- embracing affiant's; full knowledgeand
What Marianna. and all other cities there were many in the crowd of jelly drip or the puly from fresh metics by girls. belief as to the circumstancesand

need is an aroused spirit of op- witnesses who evidently felt tha guavas may be used. Put through "The more experience I have of conditions under which stock-
Fritzie was not fighting his best be- dilver or fruit to remove seed. "
timism. We should go out for increased lipsticks. he declared warmly, "the holders and security holders who do
cause he was heavier than Smiling., Measure. Cook until thick add sugar
business and we should more distasteful I find them. not appear upon the books of the
work together pushing along ,new The week's card openedTwith a around ,and cook until the mass clings to company as trustees. hold stock and
and more progresive lines. bout between Kid Cottrell and spoon as it is stirred. The faster the No WonderMotherJimmy
securities in a capacity other than
Kid Hayes both Moore Haven boys product is cook'ed the clearer it will
,] did get that
hasr' you:
, In recent years the that of a bona fide owner; and this
and to close ''with the beIt is possible however to bakeit
came a judges; of bread I sent you for?
been going a very merry gait. We affiant has no reason to believe that -', '
rendering a decision of a draw. in a slow oven with an occasional JImmy-No. The store was closed.
have gone recklessly along many any other person association, or cor-
r I lines that are not constructive. We Kid Thielen of Lake Port, battled stir. The paste may be molded, cut Mother-What! Closed at this poration has any interest direct or
Kid Daub of LaBelle for three in squares. placed on cardboard and hour of the day?
cannot rest content if we do not keep indirect in the said stock bonds or
r" rounds and won a decision which wrapped in waxed paper or prefer- Jimmy Sure- There was ,a signon
.;. up with all fads and follies of those other securities than as so stated by
>'. who seem to have Golcondo mines. Thielen. 'weighing 67 pounds had ably in cellophane. It may be moldedin the door that sai(- "Home taking him.
his opponent always clinching and small wooded or tin boxes first ."
Marianna has to plunge C. J. LOVVORN. Editor.:
no cause I I
nailed him with left to lining the boxes with carefully fit-
into sack-cloth and ashes-neither constantly a Sworn to and subscribed beforeme
I I ted oil The pulp should be Mean D.nl
the head. He the all paper.
was aggressor October 1931.
this 29th day ,
has Florida. last hada
Why Friday we canned in season and the paste madeas "You know, dear that dad of
through fight.
circus in Marianna. Some folks (SEAL) BERYL BOWDEN.
needed.No mine is geting to be simply unbear-
prior to its coming said, "People Earl Dyess, of LaBelle, won in able lately." Mv commission<< expires January

have no money for circuses." But three rounds over Red Click, of the 22. 1933.
known drug or combination of "What's trouble now? ,
;j. what happened? Lakeport. both showing gameness: drugs when fed to poultry will in- "Just think he hr d the awful]

There was no reduction in the and the desire to fight their best. crease egg production, nor will any nerve to ask me for the car this 666

price of admission and in addition "One round" Bud Snell weight known drug increase fertility or morning."
; while there was a big crowd in the 133 of Moore Haven tossed in his hatchability. LIQUID OR TABLETS

f., after you got in was 75 cents-and shirt (in lieu of a towel) at the bell I Fishy Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in

r.. while there was a big crowd in the in the second round. and thereby TWELVE GOOD WOMENTo "I've eaten beef all my life, and 30 minutes, checks a. Cold the first
afternoon the night performance lost by a technical knockout to Ro- now I'm as" strong as an ox!" said

l- showed the huge tent with a seating I ger Weeks, weighing only 112. one woman at least, a jury he. day, and checks Malaria in three

'_ capacity of 3,000 crowded. The sideshows Another match between these two is composed entirely of men is not a "That's funny" replied she. "I've days.

t., : '' did also a thriving business scheduled for a later date. "jury of her peers," and her standon eaten fish all my life and I can't
:-' '. .' -also the varied venders. Flattie Mathis, Moore Haven, lost the matter may have far-reaching swim a stroke." 666 Salve for Baby's Cold
. -'. The people. spent their money to Marvin Altman of Clewiston in consequences as regards the eligibility #

. The free-hearted spirit three rounds of women jurors. The woman.
,,' freely.in meeting same the actual needs of These bouts were followed by a Genevieve Welosky of Massachuetts. :;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::

,;', yourself and family would make local series of bouts between colored boys was convicted of keeping and selling 'i' y Y

" : merchants forget about talking the first being between Cocoa, Jun- liquor by a jury on which her sex Y

;' hard times. The merchant must be ior, of St. Petersburg and Cloud was not represented. She appealedto

" nevertheless just as much a booster Barber, of Liberty Point. Barber the Massachusetts Supreme Court

::', :- r as the showmen. The show would won by a decision at the end of the which confirmed the decision of the I1 I1s! Clewiston Golf Course

I, ., have failed had it not advertised- sixth. lower court and the National Wo- :: :

,': had it not shown prior and throughthe Kid Sparks of Moore Haven. lost .man's Party has announced its in- : *

performance the right spirit of to his colored foe M. C. Johnson. of tention of appealing to the highest

l optimism. '' Moore Haven, in five rounds. John- tribunal in the land. I
s Open
; son was much smaller than Sparks- The principle at stake In the Wel- i iht i

HENDRY COUNTY GETS FUNDS Cocoa Kid, of St. Petersburg, 145 osky case is the right of every citizen i is '

BY SUPREME COURT RULE pounds. won by a knockout over to equal protection under the law as :.
; Battling Geechy of Moore Haven in guaranteed by the Fourteenth ::::: And in Excellent] ConditionThe : .;.
v' ,: (Continued from page 1) the fourth round of scheduled Ground Amendment. This amendment was .. '.'

T;:: recognizing any contractural libility bout. Cocoa Kid has fought invoked a half-century ago by a s 1 Y

, upon the part of the state." here once previously and has shown West Virginia negro who was con- Y

( ,' legislature's Right he is a clean fighter and surely one victed of murder by a jury from Yj

,:: The legislature has a right to deClare of the cleverest Moore Haven fans which members of his race were ex- :

I, what may be considered moral I I have had the pleasure of witnessing, cluded. In that case, the United :j: Public is invited to play under -

obligations of justice and honor as especially among the negro fighters. States Supreme Court reversed the x
:: '.: distinguished from "contractual obligations This ended the negro bouts of the decision of both the lower court and honor system of rules governing :=_i:=

," the court said. evening. the State Supreme Court. The Na- :s: .

: ,Provisions of the law covering Merrill Lowe, of Clewiston and tional Women's Party contends that ::;: the C.*

, payment to counties for roads not Kessie McClellan, of LaBelle step- discrimination based on sex is as
; part of the state system at the time ped into the ring for three rounds ,of much a violation of constitutional Y Y

! the 'act was passed but which were boxing and the judges gave the de- guarantees as is discrimination Y
: declared state roads before the act cision to Lowe. based on race, and feminists welcomethe Y
! went into effect were held to be This was fcllowed by the semi- opportunity to make a test case Y

valid. final of the evening which' ended' in of the Welosky conviction. Players-are expected to register ==
Appropriations made under the a draw between Eric Boe. 114 Y :

1931 act were declared sufficiently pounds of Moore ,Haven and Wil- Following Directions :;: and fees before =i=
definite and certain to be constitu- ard Williams, of LaBelle. The large She-Let's go for a walk tonight pay green Y

tional. The tax levies were approvedas i crowd voiced their disapproval of dear. :_:
;: playing i;
uniform. The title of the act was i' the judges decision with many boo's He-Walk! What for. when I've : Y

sustained as meeting all require and screams of disgust. Judging got the car in front? Y

ments. from the shouting the crowd thought She-It's the doctor's orders. He Y Y

Judge Campbell's opinion commended Boe clearly won from the fighter of told me to exercise with a dumbell X
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counsel on both sides of the :LaBelle. every day, ,. ..M.-. .?. H .?H .?X"H H >*H d'. .*H . .'. '. rI fIr.'yy1.'y.,. d '