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,: 6; NUMBER 31. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, .JULY 15, 1932. SINGLE COPY; FIVE GENTS

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SAYS CELERY CAN Detour from Wise's I Tax on Checks Not :NEXT LEVEE UNIT


Corner to HighwayFrom liNOW YOUR6OVERNORS Made on County FundThe

BE PRODUCED HERE TO BE CONTRACTEDFOR

( :Moore Haven Democrat)
new. federal tax of t\vo cents
The road to Main's Corner is now
AT MINIMUM COST per check is not collectible on checksor
blocked by a detour sign at Wise'scorner EAST SHORE
warrants issued by the state coun-
"- and traffic is routed over a
ty or city governments, it was ruled
prairie road for nearly 10 miles T
by Peter H. Miller, collector of internal -
BE GROWN HERE while Wilson and Waters Construc-
CELERY CAN DRUDGING COMPANY: REPRESENTATIVES -
David S. Walker
revenue, of Jacksonville.
MORE ECONOMICALLYTHAN tion Company's crew builds the grade MAKE PRELIMINARY
on the present route. Born 1815, Kentucky;' Died 1891. Mr. Miller's ruling was containedin -

IN SANFORD The detour sign points all traffic Governor January 17, 1866 to July a letter William T. Hull. clerkof INVESTIGATION:

from Wise's corner along the Lake- 2, 1868. the Hendry county commissioners.

port road to Matusiak's place then The ruling was made by the de- Representatives of dredging com-
That, celery can be grown on a Kentucky furnished Florida with
over a prairie road which runs approximately partment in answer to a ,complaint panies were in Clewiston Wednesdayand
commercial scale in the Evergladesmore her seventii Governor, David S. Walk-
parallel with the high- registered by Roy D. Stubbs, Ft. My- Thursday studying plans and
economically than in the celery- rr. who was born May 2, 1815 in Logan -
way to a point a few miles above ers, attorney for the Hendry county specifications, as well as actual.y:
famous section around Sanford and count He early felt the call
Main's corner where it joins the commissioners. After the passageof viewing the proposed route as prelim-
other parts of'the state has been of the far flung southern boundariesof
highway. the law providing for a collectionof inary work to filing bids with the
demonstrated by H. H. Wedgeworth, the United States and came into
Sunday a few of the bridges on a two cent tax on each "order"for Jacksonville office of the War De-
specialist with the state experiment Florida in 1837 when the state wasa
the detour were pretty bad, but funds, the Bank of Clewiston partment by July 19 for the next
station at Belle Glade, who has compiled territory. At that time John H.
these places have been'repaired by deducted the customary amount from unit of the federal navigation; and
statistics covering his work on Eaton was territorial governor. Mostof
the state road department. In some the county funds at the close of bu- flood control project being constructed -
six acres near Shawano with cerely. Florida was wild and uncultivated -
instances bridges over shallow dit- siness last month. In his ruling Mr. around the south and east shoreof
The principal reason celery can be the Seminoles were restless, onlya lake '
ches were abandoned and the ditch Miller said the bank was in error in Okeechobee.The .
in the Ever- few towns, were established.
grown more profitably filled with dirt to the level of the doing this, and also stated that all next unit to be constructedwill
glades is on account of the natural In David Walker's blood, how-
road. arms of governn/ nt were exempt be a section between Miami

fertility of the soils in this region ever, ran the love for adventure and from this tax on checks. Locks and Bacom's Point, near Pa-

compared to other celery growingareas. pioneering for his father David Walker -
hokee
on the south and east shoreof
Nitrogen, with which the EVerglades TO VOTE ON BOND was a Virginian by birth. And the lake. The section is known on

!. soil is saturated, is a vital from his father, too, he inheritedthe DRANE PROTESTSGLADES official plats as Section One of Division -

f factor in the production of celery, and love of politics and statesman- Two
ISSUE FOR SCHOOL and is approximately
in the average section where celery is ship for his sire had been a memberof 65,000 feet long.

grown commercially the cost to the congress from Virginia. CANVASSTO
The unit to be awarded by the
planter is approximately $75 per DISTRICTTUESDAY 18th 1886 Walker
January suc- War Department on, July 19 will call
acre. In the Everglades, after the
ceeded William Marvin chief
as executive -
for the excavation of
land is once cleared for planting the of Florida., Marvin, republican -' STATE BOARD 5,000,000 cubic yards approximately of materialand

cultivation cost is about $25, per $l;.OOO BOND ISSUE TO BE VOTED had been appointed by Presi- the removal from the navigation

ON BY TAXPAYERS DISTRICT dent Andrew Johnson.
Naturallythe
acre.The CONGRESSMAN CLAIMS CANVASSIN channel of approximately 4,8 60,000
most essential part of growing NUMBER SEVEN state aching from the war be-
GLADES NOT MADE ON cubic yards of material which wallbe
celery, it is said, is proper drainage, tween the ,States. torn by reconstruction. -
THE PROPER DATE placed on the levee. It also calls
and, where it is necessary, irrigation.In Tax payers of Special Tax School problems and seething with social for
placing 55,000 cubic of"riprap"
yards
other sections where this moneymaking will to the :
district number 7 go polls and political dissension welcomed -
Congressman H. J. Drane filed a along the berm.
crop is grown, the cost of here Tuesday to decide whether or the advent of Governor Walker.He .

sub-sw/rface/ drainage is high. In not bonds in the amount of $15.000will had been elected by 5,873 votes. protest with the state canvassing A change in the manner of con-

4 the Everglades, with its soft soil, be issued for the building of a assuminJ board against the nomination of his structing all subsequent dikes on
Before the office of gov- opponent, J. Hardin Peterson, who
a system of drainage called the new school building in Clewiston.The the project has been made by the
ernor he had the distinction of serv- defeated him by a margin of 117
department officials, it is understood.The .
"mole drain" has been found very polls will be conducted in the
ing Leon and Wakulla counties as votes, and based his the
protest on
satisfactory and economical in grow- Hopkins building in the office space first unit, a six mile section
their first state senator. Tallahasseehad
contention that the Glades
county between
ing produce of similiar character. occupied by the Clewiston News. Clewiston and Moore Ha-
honored him by electing him canvass was not made on the proper ven, was contracted to be constructedby
tax will be
: The mole drainage is the name im- Only registered payers mayor. An able lawyer he became

-', plied to a series of tubular drains eligible to vote on the proposed bond associate justice of the state supreme date.The state canvassing board. how- to build drag all line future machines.units by The hydraulic plan is

made under the surface of the soil court.Highlights.
:.w issue.With ever, accepted the Glades cou>.ty-can- machines.

... .at the .required depth, by ,a bullet- the increase in attendancein of. governor Walker's vass exactly as it did the canvass of
... thin blade the Clewiston school.and withev- The new method of construction
shaped tool attached a ; brief teTm 'wer1Hhanyand--varied. other
counties.andmerelwattachedCongressman
,,;,': ery effort being made by the Hendry to-be-used on the unit to be awarded
small furrow not
the blade cuts a ,
Joe Oats, negro slave of governor Drane's protest to their
county school authorities to place next week, requires a right of way
more than half an inch wide to the Walker, "started" for congress but records.So .
the Clewiston school on the state list of 1200 feet with a much more gen-
of the soil. This thin furrow
top
never got there; the Florida legis- far no official action has been
of fully accredited senior high schoolsthe tle slope than is used in the buildingof
closes to leave the mole drain in per-
lature rejected the 14th amendmentto taken regarding the canvass. It
bond issue election was called to the initial unit near here. The
fect condition at what ever depth is
the constitution of the United is understood that the congressman
for the construction of wide slope will offer greater resistance
provide another : -
desired. These mole drains are con-
} States; a Constitutional conventionwas is investigating the county canvassin
building in which to house the to the wave action of Okeechobee -
nected with lateral ditches built atconvenient
held at Tallahassee in 1868 and that county.
home economics and science departments water, acting more to break the
intervals around the
the legislature meeting under this I Glades county gave J. Hardin Pe-
or some of the grammar force of the waves as they splash
tract to be drained. and can be madeto '
newly drafted constitution ratified terson, Drane's opponent a lead of
grades. The efforts of the school 'I. against the base of the levee. The
keep the water level at whatever
the 14th amendment; Thomas W. 305 votes.
officials are being made to have the method used in the construction of
height is wanted. It is estimatedthat
Osborn of New Jersey was elected to This is the second contention that
school accredited as a senior high the unit now being built by the Mc-
the mole drains can be put in
the senate; and on July 2nd General has arisen concerning the second pri-
school for the coming term. Willams construction company for'the
operation at a cost of about $2 per Meade ordered governor Walker to mary results in the county, the first
Hendry county is one of the few federal government, presents a
in the muck soil of the
acre average surrender his office to governorelect being the argument over the constable's -
Florida counties whose bonds have wall too vertical to withstand the
Everglades.The Harrison Reed charter office which first
; a was was given
never been in default, and for this. I steady beating of the waves, it is
granted to the Pensacola Telegraph to Jack Greer after the mail votes
state expert is quoted by the
reason, the officials said, they pre said, which is not as durable as the
News that land company; the East Florida Seminarywas were canvassed. Later ten votes
Everglades as saying ,
expecting a high price for their bonds I method to be, used in the future.
'ditched, drained and dyked, and mole removed to Gainesville from were thrown out and J. E. Seale) was
if the voters of Special Tax District The main body of the future units
drained, with the necessary pumps Ocala; Governor Walker was judge declared the nominee.
I should authorize their issuance. will be practically the
same as that
of the 2nd Circuit until his
installed for operation can be boughtin Judicial
i The bonds. proposed to be issued, specified in the initial contract: a
the Everglades for $100 acre death, July 20, 1891.
per will bear an interest rate of 6 percent Plans Outlined for soil core with a heavy coating of
in the, cost of Continued four
larger tracts against ( on page )
payable annually, and the principalof I marl or some other rock substance,

$500 to $1000 per acre in other cel- the bonds will become due on the Road Beautification as a covering. At the base of the

ery growing regions of the state. first of each year from 1936 to 1950. Breakers Trim Moore levee, wall according to governmentplats

With celery plantings to be made Resolutions calling for the election will be constructed a seepage
Sugarland HighwayPlans
from seed 'now being raised in sev- were passed at the ,June meeting of Haven 5 to 4 SundayFrom Wall of marl to prevent water action

eral hundred acres"in the Evergladesit the school board upon petition of for the 'ultimate lining of from undermining the dike wall. On

is readily predicted that the Ever- 25 percent of the qualified freeholders T the Clewiston LaBelle highway with the side opposite the lake the speci-

glades will soon out rank any other of the district. The election was ( Moore Haven Democrat) Australian pines w"ere discussed at fications call for the construction ofa

lIiIII... section of the state as a celery producing then immediately ,advertised with Moore Haven's baseball team met the monthly meeting of the Clewiston fire berm of marl to protect the

section. July 19th. as. the date set for the defeat at the hands of the Cane post of the American Legion here dike from the possibilities of muck

4. election. I Tuesday night by Capt. F. Deane fires eating through the
t The quality of celery grown here Breakers, Clewiston nine, at Clew- body of the

iston Sunday afternoon by the score I Duff, of the committee on civic af- protecting wall. The wall to be bu.It
has been shown to be much higher

than that produced In other sections. Pahokee Rotarians of 5 to 4. It was a hard fought fairs. between the lake and the fertile soil

game from the beginning until the The Legion post has already done surounding it will thus be protected

Visit Local KiwanisEight end with first Clewiston and then much work toward beautification of against deterioration by fire and

Young Clewiston Ace Moore Haven in the lead. the highways about Clewiston and water-the two greatest menances to
members of the Pahokee Ro-
dikes in the
In the 7th inning Clewiston scored there is now a double row of tall Everglades.

II I L Hurls Ft. Myers, Win tary ton Kiwanis club were club guests here of the Wednesdayat Clewis- twice to tie the count and two more Australian pines from Clewiston to According to the first plans for

in the eighth to take the lead 5 to 3. the Palm Beach county line on the the construction of the work in lake

William Hooks, star 15 year old the local club's weekly luncheonat In Moore Haven's half of the ninth East and a portion of the highway Okeechobee, a navigation channelwas

f. e local pitcher, added another laurel Watanabe House. Hawkins, first man up, got to firston toward LaBelle is lined with these to be dug to connect the Atlantic -
-j. The meeting was in the form ofa
to his crown Tuesday when he went an error by the Clewiston pitcher. attractive treesD. ocean with the Gulf, along a route

to the mound for the Ft. Myers juniors general "get together" meeting Diggs, next up, swung at three fora O. Hatch was named temporarypost in lake Okeechobee. However, it is
in the fourth of with no special program prepared.H. .
\ inning their :strike out, but reached first when adjutant in the absence of Dr. understood from the best informa-
LaBert Lapp, president of the
league game with Arcadia and retir- McLain, Clewiston catcher, let the B. A. Bourne, who recently left for tion available, that the course" of the

ed 15 of the 19 men facing him by visiting club, introduced the follow- third go past him. Hawkins advanced Ithaca, N. Y. to continue his post- navigation channel will, as nearly as
ing members of his club: V. C. Denton -
the strike out
route. Ft. Myers won to :second and reached third when graduate work at Cornell University possible, follow the dike lines around
_, by the one sided score of 16-3. secretary; Howard Sharp; R. T. the south shore of the lake.
Daughtry hit a slow roller. Hawkins The post hung up anew record This
Gibbens Jr P. E. Foster Joe Kahn
The Ft. Myers ; ; ;
+ paper: recorded the then scored on an overthrow by the for attendance at this month's meet- route will be some distance greater
W. P. Jernigan and E. G. Kilpat-
Clewiston ace's part in the game as: ; third baseman. and Thielen, running ing. than the route first proposed but it

,"The Ar'cadl4ns proved no match rick, Jr.This for Diggs, advanced to third. Williams -I I As a special feature of entertainment will permit the two phases of the
meeting is the fore runner of
for the local youngsters, who scored
t I hit a slow roller between home for the evening, the Community project to be carried out simultaneously -
almost at will. Hooks who went to other similiar meeting to be held by
,
and third and Thielen thrown at a minimum cost, and to
was
Church quartet, composed of Miss
other civic clubs throughout the lake
the mound for the local team in the
I out at the plate with Williams safe 1 the best advantage.The .
Marion Leydig, J. E. Beardsley. M.P.
p ti, fourth, struck out 15 batters during section, which iti is hoped will further
<<, .' the six innings he hurled, and addedto the friendly acquaintences between on first. The next man up hit a Peterson, and it!. E. Yenawine, ren- bottom of the navigation channel -

his team's rims by making three business men in the Everglades cities. roller and was thrown out at first. dered several selections.MARKET will be at a mean sea level of 8

The final score was 5 to 4. a feet. The average level of the Ink 's
hits in his four times up.
COUNTY RECEIVES SHARE Daughtry, playing third for :Moore : GETS IMPROVEMENT surface, under normal conditions,

"I OF STATE RACING FUNDS. Haven, handled nine chances with- stands; at about 16 feet. However, the
HUT WORK PROGRESSING
lout an error. Hunter, playing shortstop A 12-ft. electric display box is ]present: lake level is 13 feet.CLEWISTOX .

Hendry county's general fund was I hit a home run with one on being installed in the market of the

Work on the Boy Scout hut here swelled by $9,226.23 Saturday whenW. in the second. Thielen, on first, played A & B Grocery in the Hopkins building WELL POSTED

is progressing with all members ofl T. Hull, clerk, received a state' a bang up game without an error A. (I. Ivey, manager of the bu-

the local troup showing unusual en- warrant for that amount from Ernest : and starred at bat with a double. siness said it is expected that the box: Clewiston folk must keep up with

thusiasm in the work. Amos. comptroller, for the county's Wilson hit safely twice for singles. would bo completely installed early the happenings in Congress since
'
Just when the hut will be ready to share of the revenue derived from II Batteries: Moore Haven, Diggs next week, and that better'service very few failed to place three-cent

be occupied can not be definitely 'I the operation of horse and dog tracksin 'and Hawkins; Clewiston, Roush and could be given the customers of the stamps on; their letters according to
known.
the state last season.,. (McLain. store in the future. he local post office- force.VOLUME .



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PAGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS S FRIDAY JULY 15, 1932



FRANItLIN 1). "ROSK-VELT" except those of the Hebrews.

The (Clewiston chews( Iuithap 'cbooi1L&on 6. Ashes thrown into the air by

g5oo Late Moses became bolls and blisters up-
the of Roosevelt willP
Since name
Published every Friday In Clewiston, on men and beasts throughout Egypt
,-. million of lips innumerable '
>
:ES:
NEWS the magicians.
Florida by the CLEWISTON including
time; as the presidential campaigngets terrible hail-storm smote the
Inc. Classify 7. A
under way and after the No- h'170 17 land, destroying all the crops and :,,j
JULY' 1932
which will undoubt-
vember balloting
Goshen ,
down all the trees
,
breaking
Entered as second class matter. edly elect him to the presidency it By RUSSELL KAY Subject: The Passover. '

February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat might not be amiss to determine the Secretary, Florida PreM Association Golden Text: "For even Christour alone being exempt.
8. A vast swarm of locusts came
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act correct pronunciation of the name.It Passover is sacrificed for us."

of March 3, 1897.A 1 Cor. 5:7.Lesson upon Egypt, devouring all the vege-
Isn't "Hoos-velt" as some pro- Well, with Mr. Hoover and Mr.I tation left by the hail.
Text: Exodus 12 21-28.
:
it. Neither is it "gooseevelt" -
nounce Curtis warmin' for the that could be
newspaper devoted to the best up Republicans 9, Thick darkness
but'"Rosevelt"pronounced I Time and place of the lesson: B.
others think
Interests of Hendry County, Florida. as and Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. felt covered all Egypt for three days,
C. 1490 Goshen
as a two syllable; word ; Egypt.
Garner gettln' the old limberedup forth
Its leading newspaper. arm so that no Egyptian ventured ,
When the Lord commissioned
with a long 0. for the Democrats, it looks likewe'd "but all the children of Israel had
the Moses to deliver the children of Israel -
This information is given on "
Subscription rate: per year ....2.00 have a real BALL GAME in Moses started to Egypt. light in their dwellings.
Mr. Roosevelt him-
highest authority,
November. the
Outside of State of Florida ......2.50 self. That's how he pronounces it.llradenton "And the Lord said to Aaron, Go 10. The culminating plague,
Hoover death of all the first-born of the
ain't got the speed he usedto
Herald. into the wilderness to meet
Advertising-rates furnished on application } have, so he will try and fool 'em And he went, and met him 1\1oses'l land, those of the Israelites alone

' with his REPEAL curve, it's a slow mount of God, and kissed him. And being saved.In .

WHY WORRY? ball that looks like it's gonna go the twelfth chapter of Exodusthe
Moses told Aaron all the wordsof

Business office. Clewiston News, over the plate and then shoots off the Lord who had sent him, and Lord gave orders as. to the Passover -
of which he said as part of today's -
at .
Florida. Editorial and a tangent.But
Clewiston, Either :you are successful or you all the signs which he had commanded -

Advertising, same. are not successful.If Roosevelt is countin' on his him. And Moses and Aaron went lesson:
called for all the
"Then Moses
you are successful there is nothing STRAIGHT ball, with plenty of steam and gathered together all the eldersof
Israel and said unto them,
elders of ,
Telephone 339 to worry about.If behind it, the poor Republicans will the children of Israel: And
Draw out and take you a lamb ac-
you are not successful there are either have to SWING at it or have Aaron spake all the words which the
cording to your families, and kill
only two things to worry about., plenty of STRIKES called on them. Lord had spoken unto Moses, and
FARM: BUSINESS GOING the Passover. And ye shall take a
KEEP Your health is" either good or you Old man PROSPERITY that the did the signs in the sight of the peo-
IX SUMMER bunch of .hyssop, and dip it in the
are sick. Republicans always count on for a ple."
blood that Is In the basin, and strike
'If our health is good there is nothing PINCH HIT seems to be sufferin' God (by Aaron) said to Pharaoh
business be kept going the lintel and the two side posts with
Farm can
to worry about.If with a Charley Horse'and on top "Let my people go that they may
the Summer season, and the blood that Is in the basin; and
throughout of that he's lost his battin' and I
:you are sick there are only two eye, hold a feast unto me.
extent than is thought none of shall go out at the door
to a greater things to worry about. just about the time they need himhe'll you
Pharaoh refused and increasedthe
tillers of the soil I of his house until the morning. For
possible by many be
hidin' out in ,
You are either going to get well, a speak-easy burdens of the Hebrews, by\
by truckers especially- and many AROUND THE CORNER. the Lord will pass through to smite
or you're going to die.
commanding that they gather their
general farmers should be truck far- 'I the Egyptians; and when he seeth
If you are going to get well thereis Garner is a great little catcher- own straw to make the brick, but__
-- ----- the lintel and the
mers in the Summer season. he stands back of the platter and the blood upon on
nothing to worry about.If .
cities and towns make the same number. I j two side posts the Lord will pass
in
Florida people, gives Hoover the raspberry
you are going to die there are I every ".
"Go therefore now. and work; for the door and will not suffer ,
as well as on the farms, eat vegeta- only two things to worry about. ,time that gentelman goes to bat. !over '
bles in Summer, as well as in other there shall no straw be given you the destroyer to come in to your -
You're either going to Heaven.- And you just watch him when they
of the The vegetablesthe yet shall ye deliver the tale of houses to smite you."
seasons jear. or-you're not going to Heaven.If try; to steal SECOND, I'll bet he'llhave I'
eat frequently come out of bricks. The "Hyssop" was a small stem-
} top are gcing to heaven thereis that ball down there twenty
you I In Exodus chapters 7 to 12 we herb in bunches but
tin cans, when they should come to nothing to worry about.If minutes ahead of the runner, providin' I' med growing
the fresh from the gardensand are told of the controversies between the exact variety is unknown
consumer
of Roosevelt don'tcatch
going to the other place course,
truck patches. you are : Moses and Aaron acting for the Lord I I The Passover was the first and
you'll be so busy shaking hands with 'em off first.
and Pharaoh opposing him. De- greatest religious feast of the He-
Every owner of a patch of groundor old friends you won't have time to Anyhow it will be a great game,
mands were made for the freedomof brews. It was to be perpetual, for
of a farm should grow at least worry. even if the grounds are WET, most I
the Hebrews. the Lord said, "And ye shall observe
some vegetables for home consum- SO WHY WORRY politicians are accustomed to playin'in '
Moses first tried to convince Pharaoh this thing for an ordinance to thee
tion, and in addition in many instances the mud but the boys usually get
by transforming the staff into and to thy sons forever."
for sale to neighbors who, their uniforms so blamed dirty it'sa '
WHO CAN VOTE a serpent and back to a staff, but i) The nature and purpose of the
for various reasons, can not grow problem for the UMPIRE. to decide -I
!Pharaoh would not let the people Passover is described in verses 26
their own; also for sale in near by the play.
Only those voters residing in the go. Then the ten, plagues were sent]I and 27 of the lesson.
cities and towns where residents do Well, here's hopin' the game won'tbe
:special tax school' districts who have upon Egypt, as follows: "And it shall come to pass, when
not have the facilities or the time to called on account of DARKNESS.
paid 1931 state and county ad val- 1. Turning the Nile and all other I I your children shall say unto you,
grow the vegetables they need, and
orem taxes on real or personal property water in Egypt, into blood. what mean ye by this service? That
should for health's, sake thru
use,
,
the Summer will be qualified to vote in the And ain't it nice to lick them nice 2; Bringing up from the Nile the I I ye shall say, It is the sacrifices of

season district elections to be held next little THREE CENT stamps and great swarms of frogs, which cover- the Lord's passover, who passed over

This possibility of growing'vege- Tuesday. This is in accordance with stick 'em on our letters. ,It makesa ed the land. and entered the houses. the houses of,, the children of Israelin
tables in Florida the
throughout
a ruling made by the attorney general fellow feel real patriotic to rea- 3., Changing the dust of, the earth Egypt, when he smote the Egypt-

Summer season has been proved. Cary D. Landis, on that point.A lize that he's doin' his part to wipe into lice, infesting men and beasts. ians, and delivered our houses. And
Also, that there is business and
: pr Q-
list of those qualified to vote out the deficit.In 4. Swarms, of flies filling the en- the people bowed. the head and wor-
fit in it. The old idea, that every-
in these school elections will be the meantime the well-known tire country except the land of Goshen shipped."
thing that is planted in Florida in -
prepared by the supervisor' of registration "Official Business" franking privi- where the Isralities were.
the Summertime burns up" under the
and checked by the tax lege goes merrily on, burdening the 5. A murrain (an infectious and Says an exchange, truly: Sholtz
scorching rays of the sun, has been '.
collector. A list for each voting Post Office department- with tons fatal disease) sent upon all the cattle -, didn't sweep the state, as some head-

disproved by practical truckers and place will be delivered to the clerks and tons of junk and costing the of Egypt, killing all the cattle lines read-he vacuum cleaned it.WE .
farmers-who have kept their business -
and inspectors with the ballots and taxpayers millions of dollars. ,
going and have made -
some extra -
ballot boxes so that there will be no And now it seems they want to i
money even in what are knownas
chance for an error or misunderstanding change the name of St. Petersburg;
the "off" "dull"
or Summer "
as to who can, vote. to "Sunshine City" or early Gates"or

months. Why shouldn't other land The attorney general calls attention somethin' Well, why not? Rus-
owners do the same thing, a numberof
sia got with it a while back. NOTICE
to the fact that payment of automobile away
them at least?
license tag does not entitle But on the other hand a lot of
There are other lines of agricul-
a person to vote in the specialtax guys would be blamin' it on poor
ture, also, in which business can be
Dave Sholtz. .
school district elections.The ,
kept going during the Summer,
And think how humillatm
just
gist of his opinion is contained -

the many right extra sort dollars of efforts earned are, made.if ,only in the following paragraphs that it would be to the old gate keeper. HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT

are taken: verbatim from his instructions It begins to look like ha was the only .
Try it and be convinced
you who to the county school boards: Saint in the whole outfit that don't FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS.
own farm or truck land in Florida.
"Before a special tax school district -.
Florida Farmer. rate.But
election, the supervisor of registration don't worry, his turn will

should get up a list of all come, just wait until some of these

'NOT DEPRESSION BUT EXPRESSION qualified voters who reside in the birds knock on the old gate and an:

special tax school district. This nounce that they are So and So from Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted. .

should then be turned over to the "Sunshine City" Boy that will be -

What we need is less depressionand Tax Collector or Tax Assessor in or- GOOD.

der that he may check off on the Can't you hear the old Doorman
more expression. By that we
.
list of names all voters appearingon chuckle and say, "Oh, Yeah, Well
mean that'each should
one go out
to work with the determination to such list who appear to have paida you"know where you can go." The Clewiston Co.

express' himself and his particular tax in the district

"Section 706, Compiled General Their Chance
ability as well as possible. Too many

people are waiting, holding off for Laws. contains the following provision Hero (as curtain rises on last act)

better pay and jobs such as they concerning the foregoing: 'It is "Shh-h! Are we alone?" J

have ,been accustomed to. hereby made the duty of the super- Voice from- the gallery. "Nrv. sriiv '

Wake up! The world has changed. visor of registration of any ,countyto ner, but you will be tomorrow night.. :" l,,.'.......'...'..................................................................................................................................................................................................J"hX y= "'.v

Time never turns backward, furnish upon payment for such :

but, like the glacier, its progress is service to the county board of public I Love's Strange BehaviorA ; I::

forwerd. You instruction on demand, a certified I walking along London
woman a
may never see a job ::
such as you had last. On the other list of the qualified voters residingin I street was surprised to see a young i1; '

hand you may have another and a a special tax school district, or man rush out of a gateway to the Open to the PublicModerate I
!
much better one./ But you must take the territory to be created into a edge of the pavement, leap into the

what comes to hand to be done first. special tax school district, that have air and fall with a crash in the j:

Perhaps some people will say here paid a tax on real or personal prop-, gutter. y

that we are wrong-that people are erty for the year preceding any such "Are you hurt?" she asked hur- y y

crazy to, work regardless of the 're- special tax election.' riedly. When she found he was only _::: Green Fees :=;:

compense. We have not found It so. "Only those whose names are prop- bruised she asked, "Whatever were ; A

People are thinking too much of erly put on the foregoing list are you doing?" y .:.

the jobs they used to have and of qualified to vote." "It's like this," replied ,the young :_: Exceptional Fairways i

the salaries they used to get. Bu! man, "I've just become engaged, andI :
_: Grass Greens ..
the man who is sure that he has his An Oklahoma man has proven was so happy I clean forgot I'd left i Interesting

work to do In the world and who is there's something in a name after my bicycle at home." .;. .. ::

set on doing it will find the way.A 'all. A country school teacher named ::: |

young chap came to us some time Willie Rogers filed as Will Rogersas Truly Helpful .t. r
:
ago and Insisted on going to work. candidate for congress and won Arizona Pete had just retired and y

He had his own car and worked for in a landslide without ever makinga moved to town. In the morning, :i-: The/ Most Popular *:*

his expenses and a commission. campaign or spending a nickle. after spending the first night in the tt

Things were hard. He stuck to it Folks thought they were voting for new home, his wife said, "well, x:

week after week, never grumblingor the morn famous Will. Incidentally ain't it about time you was getting up : Recreation Center t .4

giving up. Suddenly his willing- others in the race are trying to con- to build the fire?" -

ness to work atracted the attentionof test the election on the grounds that! "No, 'siree" replied Arizona. "I'll _:;: In Clewiston '.i.t.;. (

another man In our line, who gave a nyin cannot file under a nick- call the fire department. We mightas y.i'

him a regular steady job. He tookit name. well get used to these city conveniences J :::
\..
and is now at work on his own right now." ::: .i.y.i.h

specialty.The I Yes. we've fussed and cussed, and
Y
work will find the man and then some about the heat but there The Avon Park mayor is sponsoring -

the man will find the work In more hasn't been a single case of heart a public fireworks display dur-

cases if he is so determined to ex- prostration reported in Florida yet. ing the Christmas holidays for the rrN
Gof! Course
press himstlf and to do, pay or no youngsters of his town in appreciation j: Clewiston

pay, what he was put in the worldto The tragic end of wealthy Smith of their fine cooperation in keeping t

do, that he will start to do It Reynolds (whatever the cause) reminds down fire and accidents duringthe X

and keep on.-North Shore News us agaIn that It takes more Fourth by refraining fn>1Tthe,

(Flushing L, I.l than wealth to bring happiness. use of firecrackers: 4 :..;;-X-XSMX; ; ;. ..;..;..X..;..;W;..;..WK....X-XMXKK-X; ; ..:..X*<..XX :..:-.-..:..:.:..:..;..;.



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FRIDAY JULY 15, 1932 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE THREE


Mrs R. George, Miss Roberta LEE MANAGER URGES EVERY i j NOTICE I for the purpose of building and maintaining ,
j George and Gratton George spent ORGANIZATION TO STAND BY NOTICE Is hereby given that an the schools in said district, that '
Personal Mention! election will be held in tho election an election be held in said district on
in West Palm .
Beach
Wednesday --- precinct In Special School tax district I' tie: 19th day of July A. D. 1932 to
Avon Park Fla., July 14 (Special) number seven in' llendry County, Florida determine if said bonds: shall issue,
on the 19th dny of July A. D. 1932 that said bonds to bear interest at the
Mrs. D. G. Alston and
daughter, organizations to reaffirm their faithin
rate G
In which duly qualified electors who" Qj. percent payable annually that
"' A. A. Munroe spent Wednesday afternoon Martha Nell, left Tuesday morningfor the Democratic doctrine of popular are freeholders in said district will be the principal of" said bends shall b,_>-
eligible to vote to determine if bonds come due and payable 1 each, begin-
in Ft. Myers. Richland Ga. where they will government and prepare for the shall Issue in the sum of Fifteen ning 1936 to
visit relatives and friends for a few November campaign in behalf of the thousand dollars for the purpose of 1950.DREW HAMPTON'

Jay W. Moran spent Sunday in weeks. I Democratic party, Gilbert Freeman, building and otherwise improving the Chairman Board Public Instruction
Schools in 'said district I (Seal) Hendry County, Florida
West Palm Beach. campaign manager for J. M. Lee, (Seal) DREW HAMPTON ATTEST:
Mrs. E. D. Bennett and her_daughter nominated for comptroller, issueda Chairman Board of Public Instruction E. I,. STALLINGS; ,

J. B. Parker, of Ft. Myers was a Miss Bonciel Stone, left Sunday statement here today urging every ATTEST: Hendry Bounty, Fla. June 17, 24. July Secretary 1, 8, 15.

business visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. morning for Marianna, where'' they county or community club within E. L. STALLINGS, -

will spend a few weeks visiting relatives the Lee organization to get Its housein Secretary.Juno NOTICEYou
17, 21. July 1, 8, 15.JiOTICK. will take notice that Ordinance
Ray C. Hull, of LaBelle, was a and friends. order' immediately and tender its No. 20, the same being an ordinance entitled .

business visitor In. Clewiston Monday. services to the state democratic com- :
t A petition having been received by "ORDINANCE NUMBER TWENTY"AN
Mrs. H. R. Hall and son. Jimmy, mittee. the Board of Public Instruction of ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
Paul Deam spent the week end in 'left Wednesday morning for their for- "Democracy of the nation standson Hendry County. Florida on the 14th THE LEVYING OF TAXES BY THE

West Palm Beach visiting his family. mer home in Kentucky for a visit of the threshold of a great future day the of qualified June A. D.freeholder 1932 from electors 25 percentof of AND CITY PERSONAL OF CLEWISTON PROPERTY.UPON REAI THE

<<\ several weeks with 'i( relatives and today," he said. "Florida's popular Special School Tax District Number 7 ASSESSMENT: AND COLLECTION OF

H. N. Lawson, of LaBelle, was friends.Mr. choice is our national standard bearer Hendry County Florida requesting thatan THE SAME, AND THE SALE OF'PROPJRTY
election be held in said district to FOR THE PURPOSE OP
among out of town visitors here Sun- while within the state, a remarkable determine if bonds in the amount of ENFORCING PAYMENT OF DELINQUENT
day. and 1Irs.V.. M. Redelsheimer, outpouring of the people Fifteen thousand dollars should issue TAXES."
by said district for the purpose of was at the meeting of the City CommissIon -
and son, Billy spent the week end in I has brought into the picture a ticket building and otherwise improving the of the City of Clewiaton] held
Francis Fulghum and Roy Green, Miami; Mrs. Redelsheimer and Billy that should appeal to the men and schools in said district. July 5th, 1932: duly enacted.
I Upon motion by Mr. Alston secondedby A full, true and complete copy of
of Belle Glade, spent Sunday after-, remaining. for a short visit with relatives women who have long fought the Mr. Hampton the following resolu- said Ordinance No. 20 will be found
noon in Clewiston. battles in the shadows of Jefferson, tion was adopted Viz "Be It resolvedby posted on the bulletin board at the
the Board of front door of the Hall for
Public Instruction of City public
Mrs. Mattie B. Gourrier, Mrs. C. R. Jackson and Wilson."I .
Hendry County Florida in session as- Inspection.
Dell and Robert Wright, of the Hummel and Miss Evelyn Hill of Ba- am appealing'to every club or sembled that the said Board does now This notice dated this 5th day of

U. S. dredge "Congaree" spent the ton Rouge, arrived in Clewiston yesterday organization, within the 'Lee for determine that it is necessary to issue July, A D. 1932.MALCOM
bonds in Special School tax district W. BIGG
week end on shore in Clewiston. to remain for a few days as Comptroller circle: hold a get-to- Number Seven Hendry County Florida July 8. 15. Clerk.Right .

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.: ,P. gether meeting immediately; put the I
I -
Van Bush and Hardin Hendrickswere Vaughn, Jr. house in order; reconsecrate your or-

visitors in Moore Haven Satur- ganization to cause of the greatest

day. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell- Van Bush i good for the greatest number; and

and Hardin Hendricks visited Mrs. put your services at the disposal of a

Mrs. R. C. Bear, of West Palm I Maxwell's sister, Mrs. Gerald Pennyin the State Democratic Executive Com- -11ls

Beach, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. i Miami Wednesday. They also vis- mittee. -

E. L. Stewart Sunday. ited Miss Mary Bush who is spendingthe "There is no rock upon which to With d
.
summer with Mrs. Penny.Mr. split this time. The will of the peo-
I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Gibbens Jr. of ple stands recorded before us and ph0 3' end guyba t rln k

I I Canal Point, spent Friday here visiting and Mrs. Fred Moltz spent Florida Democracy is already united ecial, 4ce ntees

friends. Sunday afternoon at Alva where they upon a ticket without a weak spot. o lye d 1a s e n istbe

went for: their son, Pete who had "Let us go down the line-from

Mrs. E. A. Schult returned to her spent the week at the Boy Scout president to constable."

home here Monday from a vacationof camp at Camp Ropaco. They were sejpear

several weeks spent in Minnesota. accompanied by Mrs. A. A. Munroe. The Sebring American suggests

that Roosevelt should name Al Smith

Misses Dorothy Moorman, Jane MRS SCHARNBERG ENTER- Commissioners of Breweries.

Crawford, and Frances Tippey spent
TAINS AT DELIGHTFUL BRIDGEMr's.
Tuesday afternoon in Pahokee. 93 years old and happy, boasts

H. J. B. Scharnberg entertained John D. Rockefeller, who has every
Richard W. Owen, of West Palm reason to be proud of both. Few
number of her friends at delightful
a
-
Beach .spent the past week in Clew- folks of any walk of life can boastof
bridge at her dome
/ here
iston visiting ffriends 93: years, and few folks of the
Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss
Arnie Perkins. more wealthy class can boast of happiness -
G. L. Boggan, state road super Truly, John D. is a remark-
visor, of Moore Haven, was in Clewiston Those enjoying the afternoon were able man.NOTICE now you car-owners are "sittingpretty"
Mrs. C. L. Downs Mrs. Fred Hill.
.. transacting business
Monday.
I You can buy more safe, comfortable,
(I Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. L. F. Per- APPLICATION: FOR TAX

J. E. Beardsley and Paul Deam kins, Mrs F. Deane Duff, Mrs. H.., A. DEED trouble-free mileage for a dollar than in any previous -

spent Tuesday afternoon in LaBelleon Bestor, Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. B. Notice is hereby given that Ruth R. summer You don't have to put up with

business. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Beardsley, holder of Tax Certificate No.
Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. W. C. Worth, 863 and 10.16 dated 7th day of July A. second-choice tires for reasons of economy, because
D. 1930 has filed said certificate in my
Cecil Jackman of LaBelle spent Mrs M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. E L Stewart office and made application' for tax first-choice tires cost you no more! Goodyear

a few hours Monday in Clewiston on Mrs. J. P. Percy, and the honoree deed to issue thereon in accordance
with law. Said certificate embracesthe Tires-the kind we sell-are first-choice here,
business.Mr. Miss Amie Perkins. following described property situ-
r---- ated In Hendry County Florida, to- throughout the state, throughout the nation, by
I wit: Block: 173 lot 24: Block 412 lots
and Mrs. Dan Deckman of MRS. J. P. PERCY IS HOSTESSAT 26-27 in the City of Clewiston.The more than 2 to 1 They outsell all others not
South Bay were guests_ of Mr. and assessment of said property under -
BRIDGE FOR MISS PERKINS the said certificate. Issued was jn because of trick guarantees or phony inducements
i Mrs. C. E. Miner Tuesday evening. any ,
the: name of C. E. Shaw and A. D. and
.
r --.-- Mrs. J. P. Percy was hostess at a L. M Francis or special deals, but simply because they
Mr. and Mrs. Solon B. Crews, of Ft. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
lovely bridge tea given at her home according to law tax deed will the worth and
give people biggest money's pcoj2
Denaud, spent Sunday here ,
as guestsof here Monday afterooon, complimenting issue thereon on the 8th- day of August,

their daughter, Mrs. E. C. Mills Miss Amie Perkins, who is visit- A Dated D. 1932.this.7ttt day of July, A. D. 1932. know it! Don't be argued out of the benefits to

and family. ing Mr. and Mrs. Leland (SEAL) WILLIAM HULL,
F. Perkins. Clerk of Circuit Court be had from the leading tires and our service.in .
Among those present were: Mrs. Hendry County, Florida.
Mrs. Van Cothern of Moore
Haven, M. E. Yenawine, Mrs.. W. C. Owen, July 8, 15, 22, 29, Aug. 5.
spent Wednesday afternoon her visit-
Mrs. Ludekins, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw,
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M.Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. F. Deane NOTICE, OF PUBLIC HEARING.

Hare. (Duff, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. C. L.
Monday July 18, 1932 at 11 o'clock a.
Downs, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. E. R. m., United States eastern standard timeis
Mrs. J. F. Tippey Miss Frances
Fontaine, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. L. fixed as date and time when and
Tippey and Miss Jane Crawford were F the ,City Hall in the City of Clewistonis
Perkins Mrs. H. J. B.
Scharnberg,
designated as the place where the
guests of Mrs. K. C. Alston in Belle
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and Miss Amie City Commission shall hold a public
Glade Friday evening. Perkins. meeting for the purpose of consideration -
$
and acting upon the assessmentroll Iz
I of acting as a Board of Equalization -
Miss Annie, Mae Thomas, who has MRS. MINER ENTERTAINS of hearing complaints and receiv-
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. B. ing testimony as to the value of any
Allen here last AT HOME TUESDAY NIGHT property, real or personal as fixed by
spent week in Miami
the tax and of
assessor, perfecting, reviewing
visiting friends. and equalizing the 1932 tax

Mrs. C. E. Miner entertained assessment.This .
a few
notice dated this .5th day of
Miss Jane Crawford, of West Palm of her friends at her home here Tues- July A. D, 1932.

Beach, arrived in Clewiston Thurs- day night. Those present were Mr. F. DEAN DUFF,
President City Commission.
day to,remain for a short time as the and Mrs. Dan Deckman and Mrs. R. July 8, 15.

guest of Miss Frances Tippey. Pearce of South Bay and Mr. and

...., Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mr. and Mrs.
i Harry Peters left here Monday for G. B. Rackstraw, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. -

I his home in Tampa where he will Knight, and Miss Beatrice Kettl, and r 'tWon't

remain for a few weeks before re- Mr. and Mrs. C. E.5Miner.SUNSPOTS. .

turning to Clewiston. ,
.
--- Takea
I Pairs

Loius 0. Gravely, of LaBelle, was

in Clewiston Tuesday to attend a LifetimeTo irn Single $3.98

hearing in the Justice of the Peace Tube

court. I Dorothy, aged four, was scoldedby

'"-- her mother, which caused her to Pay Out I

Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Vaughn cry. "Why are you cring?" asked Lifetime Guaranteed

are the parents of a 9% pound baby her mother.'

boy born here Tuesday. The young "Because you hurt my fellings," BUNGALOW ON CORNER LOT GOODYEAR S PEED VAY

man has been named Harry T. Jr. was the reply. Supertwist Cord Tires
"You shouldn't Trees Shrubbery
-- cry because I scold 0>

Miss 'Louise 'Waldron and Miss ed you," said her mother. "I would Modern Conveniences. 4.50-20 4.50-21 4.75-19

Jewel Lowe are spending the week in not cry if anyone were to scold me." $ $

West Palm Beach as the guests of "Yes," sobbed Dorothy, "but my Each $4'Z5 Each %< Each
Mrs. Bessie Culbreath.Mrs. feelings are littler than yours." 1 in Pri. in Prs. rf In Piu.
This property can be bought at a Single $4.32 Single $4.38 Single $5.14

O. E. Knox, of Gainesville,i "Speaking of signs," writes W. P., reasonable price and paid for in Tube $X.OO Tube $1.05 Tube $1.08

left Wednesday for her home after "I remember once standing in front small payments in five years. 5.25-18
5.00.20
having spent the past two weeks hereas ''of a grocery store and noticing the 5.00-19

JAb guest of Mrs. Evelyn Pace. sign, 'A. Swindler,' on the window. ., $ 24: S33 $599
The payments are as low as rent. *t9: Each 53 Each
Entering, I asked the proprietor if tJP? In Prs. + Sr in Fr. .

: Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Miss it wouldn't look better if, instead of'A' Single 85.38 Single $5.49 Single $6.16

Mary Kline, Miss Beatrice Kettl, he." printed. his full Christainname. Tube 91.15 Tube .31 Tube $1.17

Miss Mignonne St. Martin Victor
"No," he said "it
would look
Blate, Carl Johnson, and John Kettl Jim
worse. My first name is Adam." .
spent Sunday afternoon at LaBelle.

--.- Two Irishmen were looking intoa Sugarland Service

Members of the Pahokee Rotary, jewelry window at a collection of Beardsley

club visiting in Clewiston ydiamonds.\ One said to the other: '

evening were: H. L. V. C. Denton how Station
Lapp, -" "Mike would you like to have Phono 300 Clewlston, Fla.
Howard Sharp, R. T. Gibbeus,'your pick In there?" -

P. E. Foster, J. N. Kahn, .W. P. Jet' "Begorra," said Mike, "I, would J

nlgan, and E. G. Kilpatrlck Jr. 'I rather have ine shovel. ."_Ex, ;_ __ .
,- ._- .' .. .'- .-.... -- : .-, '. -- ...- -- ". ,



PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1932

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tem. Charles Thurston Chase Ohio THREE GOOD MEALS! 25; CENTS Haven has been repainted bridges
Wildcats Scratch But educator was largely responsible for A DAY Candidates Get Refund elsewhere have been repainted; thisis

school expansion. Chase! died In --....- maintenance that saves for the

Get Beat by 35 to 10 1871 and was succeeded by Rev Gainesville Fla. -THree meals a Sebring Pla.. July 10> -(Special) future. Within the field of the cir-

Charles Beechcr brother of Rev. day for 25 cents per person Good Because the expenses in conductingthe culation of this newspaper three con
Henry Ward Beecher, of Brooklyn, health and satisfied appetites vict doing road work-an .
(From Moore Haven Democrat) guar- primary were not as great as anticipated crews are
N. Y. In 1872 Florida had nearly I anteed. in is being con*
Babe Ruths and Pepper Martins the Highlands county Democrat expense government t
I Imlnature. 500 public schools This is not I into assets.Everglades News
Moore Haven's youngest' a restaurant or c committee will refund one verted
baseball team, known as the Wild-I ;\JMarcellus. Stearns boarding house advertisement buta per cent of the two per cent fee levied -
cats and composed of players about Born 182,9, Maine; died 1891 Pal- hint to the hard-pressed house- on the candidates. Candidateswho "Rastus; I see your mule has *U,
atine Bridge N. Y. Governor 1874to wife who finds difficulty in meetIng failed to their the .
the age of 8 years, journeyed to get names on S: branded on his hindquarters.Was
Clewiston for a battle royal with the I 1876.It the grocery bills. Or to wel- ballot will receive their two percentthe he in the army?"
Clowiston team Wednesday after- I was during governor Stearns fare agencies who are finding it committee decided. "No boss, dat 'U. S. don't stand
noon. Handicapped by the fact that administration. that the famous Til- difficult to obtain enough moneyto I 'for Uncle Sam,' it means 'Unsafe."

only 6 players were able to make den-Hayes conlroversary ensued with feed the unfortunatos on their When the last model T Ford quits
the Florida vote finally going to lists. brides I
the trip, the team fought like real Possibly prospective running probably Al Smith will be Subscribe for the News.
Hayes who was elected president.The who have been wondering whether
wildcats and managed to pile up 10 president, says the Wauchula
state supreme court upheld Til- t b take the fatal plunge would be AdVO-1
Clewiston Their Al should
runs on the boys. cate., now
den, and the supreme court had two interested.
with full nine I the tin _
opponents, a were out-running lizzie's.
fighting equally as hard and won by republican justices. It has been said that enough gro- I I .
Governor Stearns was born April
margin of 28 runs, a small matter ceries to provide three properly "Politics is funny" and gE'tting''
29. 1829 at Lovell Maine, served in
fry, the eyes of the local boys. balanced meals for one person can funnier every day. The latest scream WILL
Florida's first
the Union army was be obtained for 25 cents. Dr. O. D. Mr.
being who
Howey has decided
bachelor governor, married two ;years Abbott head of the home economics
after leaving office, lived in Iowa for that he'll run as an independent in
in Florida
Know Your GovernorsContinued department the
November instead of a republican.Four .
four ; and died at Palatine
years: ment Station proposes to Experi-I
who would have
years ago
Bridge N. Y. about it, and is willing to
that TRADEClewiston
( from page one) When governor Hart died in 1874 ida housewives and welfare workers dreamed the day would ever
Governor Reed appointed RobertH. lieutenant come when Mr. Howey would be any-
he succeeded by the
was
'n
on the results. She plans to feed
Gamble as comptroller, and Jas. governor, Marcellus Lovejoy Stearns.He thing except a republican.
three people .for 75 cents a day;
D. Westcott chief justice of the supreme -
and
to Florida in 1886
came
each for week
)
day a beginning July
court. William D. Bloxham was conducted with the Freedman HOLDING ITS OWN for LaBelle
11. She has already secured prices
was defeated for Lieutenant Gover- bureau in Gadsden county. He, too, for groceries at the Gainesville-store
PropertyTen
nor but later twice served as gover- was a republican being the third and and is planning her menus. Each The Inter-County Telephone Com-
nor. The Jacksonville, Pensacola & last chief executive of Florida of person will be weighed at. the begin- I pany has extended its, line across the
Mobile railroad company was incor-_ that political party. canal at Moore Haven a distance of
ning: and end of the experiment, and
porated. After leaving TallahasseeReed a mile and a half and a dairy and a
He able politician but he
was an
daily records will be kept of his hun- Acres Custard Apples
was editor of "Semi-Tropical, could not control all factions"Of, his rose garden are among the new pa-
ger or lack of it. Under Cultivation
a monthly magazine which he established party. During his term the republicans trons of the service. Moore Havenhasn't i with House
held a convention for congressmen Dr. Abbott is allotting 5 cents for I I a service club or a chamberof Half-mile from Hard Roadr: '
breakfast and ten cents each for din-
Ossian El. Hart and wrecked all the furniturein commerce, no noisy boosting i is Will Trade for Habitable Housein
Born 1821 Jacksonville Fla, died the state assembly hall." In 1875 ner and supper for each person. She 1 I done there, but the town is holding Lallellc.i /

1874, Jacksonville. Governor 1873to the legislature was tied politically, is planning especially to see that the I its own, it is even making progress.
1874. each party having 24 members. diets are balanced, and fill the re-I New sidewalks are being laid and

History records that Florida had During his term Charles W. Jones quirements for the different food fire plugs and telephone poles are \

eight governors before the first native was elected to the United States sen- elements and vitamins. I being set back to make room for

son of the state Ossian Bingley ate succeeding .Abijah Gilbert. Sen- The menu for Monday July 11 the wider road between the court

Hart, occupied the governor's man- ator Jones was a native of Ireland. will be broadcast over WRUF Saturday house and Main's corner. JimBeardsley i
sion at Tallahassee. Hart was born He attracted senatorial attention by morning preceding. Beginning -' Progress is being made at many'

in Jacksonville January 17, 1821. his fight on Secretary Belnay who Monday the menu for the suc- points. By itself a two or three-

His father was Isaiah TU Hart. native had been impeached. He was re- ceeding day will be broadcast each pole extension of a telephone 01 l

of Georgia who came to Jacksonville elected to the Senate in 1881. morning together with commentson electric light line does not seem tc

soon after Florida was cededto The 1875 legislature passed a resolution the progress of the test.' These amount to much but the aggregate
the United States. Hart helped that the United States broadcasts will come during the Florida of extensions in the course of a ;yea l

survey and plan the city. should acknowledge the Cubas as a home hour from 9:45 to 10:00a. is a broadening of the foundation tc Clewiston, Florida

Governor Hart was lawyer, in "free and independent government." m. Radio.. listeners who are interested -I carry more business in the futureA
his youth, and before becoming gov- During his term the Freedman'sbank can. follow_ the menus daily. bridge on a state road at Moon l

ernor practised law in Tampa 1853, failed. Public. schools expanded. .- o
and Key West. He did not partici- The state agricultural collegewas

pate in the war largely because of located at Eau Gallie. Florida

his residence in then "remote" Key participated in the 1875 Philadelphia -

_ West. He remained a Unionist and exposition. Citrus fruit culture

returned to the "Gateway City" as started on a large scale and Florida

a republican in politics. He was, fruit growers held a convention at FRIDAY and SATURDAYJuly

Florida's second republican govern Jacksonville. The carpet bag poli-
or. To those readers unacquaintedwith ticians and machine were overthrownby
.
Florida's history; this may be a the "Conservative democratic

surprise as the general opinion pre- party" organization. Henry A. De- 15th and 16th

vails that republican has never land! founded DeLand. and General
been chief executive. Prior to his Henry S. Sanford founded Sanford. """

election he was a supreme court jus- AreWEST

tice. PREVENT LIVESTOCK SHIPPING

While he was governor the legis- LOSSES BY CAREFUL HANDLING .
lature was republican by a slender .-- PALM BEACH'SJULY
margin. During his term the panicof Gainesville, Fla.Cattlemen and

1873 occurred but the state passed farmers who ship cattle and hogs

through "the depression" unscathedand during hot weather should take, pre- .
without any increase in taxation. cautions to prevent loss among their
Due to the Cuban revolution of
animals, says W. J. Sheely exten-
1868 many residents sought Florida sion agent in animal husbandry.Dead ; .

and from that time on Tampa, Key :animals and cripples arrivingon .
West and other south Florida cities the market always mean loss to

felt ,the impetus of Spanish settlers. the shipper. Mr. Sheely offers the
The Captain Fry incident occurred I
| following suggestions for shipping
November 7. 1873. Joseph Fry was livestock in hot weather.

born near Tampa 1826. Governor t Place order in writing for car two
THRITDAYS-
Hart died at Jacksonville March 18,I days before shipment is planned. Specify -

1874, He was the third governorto I length of car desired, kind of '
die in office, Robert RaymondReid I livestock to be shipped and destina
territorial governor and John

Milton being the others. Governor tion.Give hogs plenty of water but onlya _

Hart's negro secretary' of the state, light feed the night before ship-

died the next year.Harrison. ping, and plenty of water but only alight "

Heed feeding on the mornins of PLAN NOW TO ATTEND "/
Born __ l"
1813 Massachusetts, died in shipping.Bed I .
'
Jacksonville. Governor 1868-72. the truck or wagon with sand. ':.

No Florida governor has had a more Load hogs into truck or wagon by .

turbulent administration than that chute. Plan to reach loading stationin West Palm Beach merchants present during these
of
Harrison Reed who was thrice
time for hogs to rest and cool be- .W-L.
impeached. All charges against him fore they are loaded into the car. Thrift Days an amazing array of smart

however. Governor failed Reed, and came he was as near acquited. be-- don't Avoid crowd exciting them.the animals and summer merchandise'which is being offered at very

ing and editor-governor as the state Examine car floor, walls and doors substantial price reductions.
ever had. Prior to coming to Flor- for protruding nails broken bolts
ida he was a printer, and for a short
and loose boards. Cars should be
time Milwaukee was publisher and editor of the clean and bedded with four inchesof See West Palm Beach Papers July 14th

Sentinel now a Paul sand which is thoroughly damp-
Block newspaper with a circulationof ened before the animals are loaded.
80,000. For All DetailsFOR
Cattle should be driven slowly to
. Harrison is generally accreditedwith the loading pens in early morning
being a native of Wisconsin but and allowed to rest and cool for

this is erroneous. He was born on three or four hours before they are CERTIFIED JULY THRIFT DAYS VALUES
August 26, 1813 in Littleon; Mass.,
loaded. lie down
Leg-weary
cows
and when 23 FOR THE OFFICIAL JULY THRIFT DAYS
years old went to Wisconsin in the cars and are trampled to LOOK

who to join his father and brother death. SIGNS IN THE WINDOWS OF PARTICIPATING
had
migrated to the new "West"
Cows should be fed hay the night
When the governor's office was sur- before they are loaded. They should MERCHANTS !

rendered by Governor Walker on orders not be fed in thecars..
from General Meade in July
Mixed shipments should be par-
1868. Harrison Reed found the treas- titioned off. Bulls('should be tied to These July Thrift Days Will Attract Thousands of -

ury"broke"bare.Florida Aside from faced actually severe recon-being the car with half inch rope. Q Thrift-Conscious, Alert Shoppers! Why Not You? _

, struction problems. Johnatan C. Plan Now To Attend!
A. J.
Gibbs, negro was secretary of state, Mitchell government meter-
the Governor was a stranger and ologist for Florida for 50 :years, has

people had no faith in him. He resigned.Wonder what kind of

was assailed on all sides and im- weather his successor will bring us? SPONSORED BY

peachment charges over varied acts

and appointments were directed at Some wise old Greek was asked Division West Palm Beach
Merchants
him three times. During GovernorReed's why philosophers sought the comp-

term the present stale seal any of the wealthy mOl than the

was adopted, also the state flag. wealthy sought theirs. He replied: Chamber of Commerce
An enduring achievement during "Because, the philosophers know
the Reed administration was the creation what they want but the wealthy do
of the free public school sys not."







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