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: April 18, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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The Center Sugar of America's Bowl New i The Clew I' S' to> o News Where Agriculture Industry Meet And

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(I opportunity to pay their poll taxes MEETING ON LAKEFRONT NEAR INN
CHUMEETINO 'and register In Clewiston on Sat- FOR NEW ClUe

urday, April 26. when James Taylor -

will spend the
Club Church Program For Easter Observance Will Okeechobee
Rev. Bai ley Elected day In Clewiston. Flower and Garden Project

Moderator At Presby- Headquarters will be at, the of- Organized By Women J: Include Communion and Baptism In Morn- Calls For 31 Foot

fice of The Clewiston News and And Easter Music In Evening.
Of Four T own ing Dikes And Channel
; terian Meeting In Kis- those who have not yet paid their ,_ 1

simmee.In poll/ taxes will have this final opportunity EV4! Across Lake.

' !, to avoid making a tripto Organization of the Upper i j A prayer meeting at sunrise on the In the afternoon at three o'clock -

La Belle. glades Farm and Garden Club was ridge back of the Clewiston Inn, will there will be an Easter Egg hunt for Three items affecting Lake Okee'
recognition of his work as pastor ::
of the Clewiston Community Mr. Taylor will also carry regi perfected at a meeting of Clewiston. mark the opening of official observance children of the Sunday school. This chobee drainage area, Miami harbor

elect- stration receipts so that those who South, Bay Brown's Farm ,and Belle of Easter Sunday in Clewiston will be held on the spacious lawn and the Miami river were incorpo-
church Rev. W. T. Bailey was
ed Moderator at the South Florida have not yet registered from this Glade women in the school house at it was announced yesterday. The surrounding the church building and rated in the omnibus port bill by the

Presbytery In Kissimmeo last week. precinct may do so here a week South Bay Monday afternoon when sunrise prayer service, the first of will be in charge. of the Sunday Rivers and Harbors committee of.

The office of Moderator in the Presbyterian from tomorrow. plans for forming separate units in the kind ever held In Clewiston will school leaders.Appropriate Congress last Friday it was an-

each community were mapped out. be conducted by Rev. W. T. Bailey, Easter services will nounced in news dispatches from
church is similar to the of- '
Mrs. William J. Buck of Belle pastor of the Clewiston Community be held in the church at eight o'clock Washington.The .
fice of Bishop in ,the Episcopal
church. I SCHOOL STUDENTS Glade was unanimously elected general ,- church..a and early indication is thatw Sunday evening. Several special musical three projects involving a total

The Clewiston minister was also chairman of the new garden there will bo a record crowd in at numbers have been arranged in- expenditure on the part of the
club. Mrs. Buck, assisted by Mrs. V? .
cluding solos by B. M. Beach, Jim
federal of
elected president of the General REHEARSING FOR government, $5,091,000 are
C. Denton of South Bay, presided at.
council. Regular Sunday school services Beardsley and a male quartette com- to be met with an expenditure of

this meeting and read a constitutionand ., xUl l be held at 9:45 o'clock and Communion posed of Marshall Yenowine, Sam 5,026,000 by the state of Florida on
Report of the activities of the
Clowiston Community church re- FETE ON MAY DAY bylaws'which were adopted J.U service will be held at 11 Woodham, B. 'M. Beach and Jim the Lake: OkeechobeeCaloosahatcheeriver

forming the Upper Everglades Farm o lock Sunday morning, after which Beardsley.The .
flood control works.
.. suited In the local organization's being ,
and Garden Club with units in Clew there will bo ''reception of new members Easter sermon will be deliv-
judged 100 per cent perfect at ,: The house committee adopted thE
Frances Tippey Elected iston, Belle Glade and South Bay. and baptism of children. ered by Dr. Bailey.
the Presbytery.The south Florida projects in a late ses
Mrs. V. C. Denton of South Bay: --- I
report of the condition of the Queen For PageantOn sion Friday night. As recommendedthe

Clewiston Community church was School Lawn. was elected secretary and Mrs. Will- MERCHANTS WILL Golf Pro To Give Lake Okeechobee Caloosahatchee -
iam Cecil Owen named treasurer -
one of the best heard at the Presbytery was Lessons In Town I project calls for improvements to

showing the local church to be Frances Tippey was elected by of the new organization.Mrs. the extent of $9, 92,000 subject to'
in as sound financial condition as any the Clewiston school as George Alexander McKinlock', the condition that the state govern-
pupils With the Increasing: popularity of
other church represented at thePresbytery. president of the Palm Beach Garden ment contribute $5.026,000 of the
Queen of the !May Day exercises to the new nine ,hole golf course Clew-
The local church was one the Club for the past three years gavean :L PL4NSATMEET costs.
be held on the school lawn on iston golfers are now going In for ,
six of the 19 churches interesting talk urging coopera-
of represented
afternoon of Thursday, May 1, it "'r:" the finer points of the game and ar Although the figures adopted on
which showed continued growth anda tion between the different units to '
was announced yesterday by Mrs. J. rangements have been made for the, Lake Okeechobee and the Caloo-
financial record showing completed ward the building of a more beautiful Weekly' Half Holidays
E. Beardsley, principal of the Clew- Frank Flanders, Palm Beach golf sahatchee system require a greater,

payments of all pledges. iston school who said that the children Everglades section. Mrs. AlfredB. \Among Subjects To professional, to give lessons here contribution by the state than the
Kay of Palm Beach was also an )
are being assigned to their :positions AI week end. expenditure to be made by the fed
; every
and the completed cast will interesting guest speaker. a 'short eral government, they nevertheless ,1
CLEWISTON MAN talk Mrs. Kay outlined objectives to- Mr. Flanders who has an enviable '
be announced next week. are more liberal than 'those suggestedby
ward which the new club might work :Plans', for activity'' of the organization reputation on the East Coast as an
annual :se the engineers who in -
The May Day festival is an army previous
and stressed the importance of ,an ,.. during the summer months instructor spent last week end In
GETS CONTRACT according .awillbe reports on he project have
event in the Clewiston school and
annual flower show. [' : discussed at the Clewiston Clewiston and several local people
suggested a larger amount of state.
to custom Louise Waldron, fAn
annual flower show to be held Inn1-, :next Tuesday night when members took their first golf lesson. Mr.

I FOR RESIDENCES who was May Day Queen last year in the spring will form an important ''y:' of the Clewiston Merchants association Flanders is making his Clewiston participation.

will crown the newly elected queen. Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, as a
at the Watanabe ho
hold their
regular monthly headquarters
part of the work of the Garden Club,
The feature'' of the May Day event Mrs. W. J. Buck stated and while session... : tel and those wishing to take instruction member of the senate commerce com-
Heard To Build Three will be the pageant "In A Flower d> miftee having jurisdiction over the
Recognizing make
i more intensive work will be done in the interest of the ..may appointmentsby
Garden." In this Cantata children are in the senate will makea
East' '' legislation
Houses At Belle the fall, work will be started imme- Coast merchants in the steady. 'phone.
now being cast for the various roles. vigorous effort in cooperation with:
diately on plans for this show. payrolls: in the Sugar Bowl area. lo-
Glade Station. Clouds wind. rain and flowers the
will Senator Park Trammell to have
In addition to the annual flower cal. merchants. at their next meeting.
be personified by the pupils in the A -'V figures ''revised 'when the' measure is
for increasing the 'CANELCREW TAKE
discuss plans
show the organization will work to. :will, :
Glenn B. Heard, Clewiston contractor colorful number.BYLAWS referred to -the senate for final consideratIon.'Both"Florida -

-' and builder was awarded .- -;-. .1_,(.,Please- turnto. page..8). ;$ 3 j :. ;a nitre months.1oc tradin gt.d;_. Bj.Ssummer ',i7POINT'IN Senators are'

contract for the construction of three to the
hopeful of being able reverse
j Informal reports on the amount of
new residences at the Everglades PASSEDBY tables at least, requiring the govern-
SCOUT MOVEMENTATTRACTS business done by local shops during
Agricultural Exper i men t station the Easter holiday season is another 3 TO 2 OPENER ment to bear the greater burden of

three miles east of Belle Glade, it the cost.
LEGIONNAIRES matter which is expected to reflect:
was learned here yesterday. Five FOUR
Ir\ a greater interest in local buying on It was explained that the 'commit-
\k contractors bid for the work and the the part of Clewistonites. Visitors Score First Run; tee in adopting the projects did not
Clewiston low Cost
was bidder.
NEW CANDIDATESGirl Another matter which it is believed Reier Scores Win- work out details as to how the expenditures -
of the work is approximately $14,000.
will prove of interest to the membersis are to be made. This will
The contract which was awardedby ing Run.
the plan suggested at the March be left to the army engineers generally
the Board of Control for the Sta and Watson Report Scouts Meeting
meeting by President G. V., Hurson since the work will be chargedto
tion calls for three single story frame Activities Of State With several new faces and a revamped -
In Hike To Ridge who asked that each member come them.It .
dwellings of five rooms and bath lineup the local ball clujb,' '
Legion Convention. to the April meeting prepared to sug- was specified-in connection with
each. They will be similar in design Section. outlucked Canal Point to win the first
gest at least one goal toward which the Okeechobee item however, that
and construction to the present residences game of the 1930 season on the home
Adoption of constitution and bylaws the members of the Clewiston Better the flood control works on the lake.
at the Station.It Reflecting the growing interest in diamond Sunday before a large and
featured the regular meetingof Business League may work. This is dikes and dams are to be constructedto
was also learned that bids will the Clewiston Girl Scout movement, enthusiastic crowd.
the Clewis ton Post of the American aimed to promote a keener intereston a height of 31 feet as aginst the
be sought sometime next week for four more .names were: added to the The Mansfield brothers were the
Legion held at the Clewiston Inn the part of the. members in the 34 foot levels proposed in the last
the construction of a new laboratory steadily increasing membership list battery for the visitors, and the
I Tuesday Evening. William Cecil objects of the association.The engineers report.Congressman .
, for the Experiment Station. This is last Friday at the regular weekly pitching of the kid brother was the
Owen, chairman of the Constitutionand weekly half holiday for the of
Herbert J. Drane
j to be an all concrete and steel build meeting of the scouts. New memberswho real highlight of the days frolic
committee read the summer months is also to be dis
By-Laws Lakeland who has been an indefatigable
ing although detailed specifications were accepted into the organization while catcher Paul drove across the
items and after each the cussed although it is believed that
paragraph Okeechobeo
worker on the
: have not been made public. 'Cost of last week are Lera Webb, Lois only earned run. Berger, who played
vote taken before to the majority of the membership will also
was from the beginning was
r. the two building projects includingboth Webb, :Margaret Weaver and Jane infield for the home team last' season
the next matter. vote for Thursday closing. Summer committee's action although -
the residences and the laboratory Marfield. started in the box, with Bolton pleased at the

is not to exceed $75,000. The session was in the form of a The meeting last Friday consistedof weekly half holidays have started in receiving, and looked good. Lefty he and Mrs. Ruth Bryan! L

Glenn dinner and the entertain- previous years in May and it is be- Owen expressed the opinion that the
Heard has built several meeting a hike about town after which the Baker and Jimmy Mitchell relieved

buildings in this section. his more- im- ment consisted of buck dancing and girls camped on the ridge to eat their lieved the same starting date will be this pair in the fifth and the old government might well undertake the

portanr work being the addition to Charleston numbers by negroes from lunches which they had carried. maintained. time southpaw was in rare form for entire project.Predicted.

the Southern_ Sugar Company administration adjoining sugar camps. The entertainment Those participating in the hike early season. He should win a lot of

_\ building and the Houze real_ program was arranged: by were Vesta Allen, Carolyn Hawkins, Williamsons Are'Recovering games for the club this year. Failure

dence on the lakefront.;' .! Ed Butler.In Lera Webb, Lois Webb, Emma Laura tiThe visitors shoved the first run

the business session Commander Bethea, Marcia Avant, Elsie Hare, From across in the first Inning on a walk.an For Celotex; Sees

>! F. Deane Duff reported on the Frances Tippey, Betty Spicer, Roberta Tonsils OperationMr. Infield out and P. Mausflelds igugar FutureA

Paper Publishers state Legion convention at West George, Evelyn Hare, Margie '" single to center. The locals tied the

Praise Local WorK Palm Beach which he attended as a Harvel, Mary\ Bush, Margaret Wea and Mrs. F. L. Williamson of score in the fourth, Reir scoring from man who wouldn't "give a dollar,

: On Week End Visit delegate from the local club and ver, Jane Marfield, Louise Waldron, Clewiston are resting cofortably in; first on the hit and run play when for Dahlberg's chance in the Celotex
i ;) rj convention highlights; were also given Mrs.\ N. C. Storey, captain of the a Miami apartment after both under- White's fly was dropped. Crochet put industry when it was started" this" /

j ..' Impressed with the possibilities s of by T. V. Watson, also a delegate troop and Mrs. L. L. Spicer, first lieu- went an operation at the Victoria CanaI'Point in the lead again in the week as a visitor in Clewiston characterized .

the sugar Industry In the northern from the Clewiston'post.. tenant. hospital In Miami to have their ton- next inning when he scored on a wild the activities of the Southern -

Everglades after a week end inspec- Seventeen members were presentin sils removed. pitch. Sugar company as "one of the

tion trip through the 'plantations of addition to Dr. O. S. Miller, fatherof IMPRESSED In poor health for several weeks, greatest projects," he has seen.
Dick C. Miller who attende as isson's WITH SUGAR; Mr. Williamson drove to Miami last
the Southern Sugar COmpany and a BUYS EVERGLADES TRACT NEW GAS STATION H. O. Chute New York Chemical

visit to the 4,000 tons a day mill, at guest.Scouts week for a thorough physical examination STARTED THIS WEEK engineer who with Walter Graves

Clewiston. Mrs. and following a thorough examination in Clewiston this'week !
Lucile Smith, publisher William Carleton of Minneapolisand spent two days

of' the Lake Worth,Herald-'anS.: Will TaKe '*: later of Cuba where he owned a his physician recommended Construction of a second Pan-Am made the trip here from Miami

.P'. > Mrs. C. H. Holderman, publisher'! of large plantation and sold during the that the Clewiston man have his filling station in Clewiston was started to see the sugar industry in thte

the Cocoa Tribune, returned to their r Part In May Day _, Cuban boom, stopped in Clewistonthis tonsils removed. this week on the corner of Fran section.

homes on the East Coast to tell Fete At SchoolBoy week to inspect his northern Mrs. Williamson following an examination cisco street and the Sugarland highway "Several years ago" said Mr. Chute

their thousands of readers of the Activity \ -' Everglades holdings which he purchased received the same medical adjoining the Clewiston Supply "We traveled across the river to:

.< in this section. Mrs. Holder Scouts building human pyra here several years ago" on advice and the couplo entered the Company building, it was announcedby Marrero where work on the plant

... man accompanied by John Pound, mids will take part in the May Day the strength of the appearance of Victoria hospital in Miami where the J. K. Baker, Pan-Am agent. ,I was started. After looking over the

editor'of the Tribune and Mrs. Smith operatons we r e successfully per. tile and proposition and contemplating the
exercises at the Clewiston school it sugarcane in this section." Construction is of hollow

"was accompanied by Kirk Goss, Palm was decided at the regular scout Following the sale. of his Cuban formed. stucco and there will be three pumps chances of success with the cane fi-
; Beach county officiaLAs i meeting last Friday night after Dick sugar holdings, Mr. Carleton returnedto two for clear and one Ethyl gas. Pan- bre, I said to my companion "I

the guests of Louis 'A. Morgan I Gillespie, seventh gra d e teacher : this country and while winteringin Glades Weather Am oils will be handled wouldn't give a dollar for his chan

I :' and Tom Smith the East Coast publishers asked the scouts to cooperate In the St. Petersburg accepted a friend's Date Max. Min. Evap. Construction of the new Clewiston ces." What I failed to thoroughly con .

arrived Saturday ,afternoonand May Day fete. invitation to visit the northern Ever- Apr. 8 78 42 .226 filling station will be the fifth station sider was the type of man back of -

\ spent the week end at: The Clewiston are resting comfortably in glades."I Apr. 9 SI 55 .215 supplied by the Pan-Am gas for the project.

"e Clewiston' Inn. Following a trip ing last week' and It was decided was so impressed with the soil Apr. 10 78 54 .263 which Mr. Baker is distributor. The "The activity here constitutes one

through the cane fields Sunday,'\they that the scouts will build tower, and the sugarcane I saw that I purchased Apr. 11 75 57.5 .222 other stations are tho Baker service of the greatest projects I've seen'r
: were taken on a trip through the and stations In said-Mr.\ Chute and with B. G. Dahl-
kneeling and standing pyramids. considerable land. I am Just Apr. 12 75 56 .206 station in Clewiston,

Clewiston factory by Sam- Frazer and Regular drill exercises wore also driving down this way now inspecting Apr. 13 76.5 57 .139 Moore Haven,. Palmdale and South berg back of it there must be continued
,V. P. .' ."- "
Vaughn. .
... '" given at. the meeting last week. my holdings," he said. Apr. 14 81.5 57 .172 Bay. success.
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what may be Clewiston's first Easter slew 10,000 Phlllistines with the

THE CLEWISTON NEWS\ L I" Buied Alive : \\1; parade. The three most logical Jawbone of an alderman.

places for the rumored event are at
Published every Friday at
the first tee of the golf course, the
Clewistou Florida Speaking of Florida and sugar the
tennis courts or the Clewiston Inn.
1 Florida Realty Journal In a recent
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher r.. a J 1.\ Issue says: ..-

TOM\ SMITH .. ........... ....... Editor I Reports, have It that Doc Ezelle is B. G. -Dahlberg, head of' the Celo- ._

soon to make ,another addition to the ".
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- r:1 I I tex and sugar industries In Florida ',_ '
modern equipment In his dentist's .
Iston Florida as second class matter In a letter to the Manufacturer's!:
I office in the form of a machine
Record shoeing necessity for a suic-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES which takes the last twinge of pain
t _ar tariff estimated that Florida can
Ono Year ........................................ 2.50 out of dentristry. One deep breath
produce 2.00Q.OOO 'tons of sugar annually

.Six Months ........................,............ 1.50 and there is no feeling. Imagine which with the accompanying

Three Months ......................_........ .73 I climbing Into a dentist's chair, taking ;
I t byproductvould give to South

ADVERTISING RATES .- I a big whiff and shouting "Do yer .FlorIda an annual income of from
\ ,. derndest."
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount ,, .. ) I one hundred to two hundred million

for plates. No special position dollars a year. The 4,000 ton daily

guaranteed. All advertising copymust ; 7&k: That $25,000, libel suit bobbed up /!I grinding capacity mill at Clewiston,

be in this office on Wednesday again the other day. This time, the I Florida, is now. In operation; the

before issue of paper. comment came from the Key West Dahlberg interests have vast future

Citizen and read as follows, I development planned and sugar has

That ,Highlands County attorneyhas h "The Clewiston News is being sued I, taken its place as one of Florida's-

found a new way to Train them for $25,000 for libel by a county com I leading: agricultural products.? "

,to pay their taxes. missioner. This means chances are,

that The News will get a slather of
More than 10,000 visitors from
When the Dornier 12 motor plane rte publicity out of the case and Mr.
. ., both Florida and northern states
starts across the Atlantic this spring Commissioner, nothing at all.
who have seen the Clewiston fac-
it will be a question of DO or Die. : Two months ago Clewiston merchants -
: tory In operation during the pres-
: 4 : talked along aviation lines
ent grinding season are well awareof
The Fort :Myers Press quotes J. i and discussed plans: to attract fly-
the fact that Florida Is definitelyIn
Bowers Campbell attorney as stating Ing schools here for the winter.
the sugar producing column. Except -
that "he will make certain prom- r Last week a firm in Los Angeles
for occasional shut-downs to

ises to the people" if he decides to wrote Marian Leydig, secretary, of clean the mill machinery, the mill

enter the race for legislature. Whatan the Merchants' Association offer-
:has been grinding steadily since

unusual procedure for a candidate! -a ing for sale some nice, fresh landing January 6. "I

I field equipment and hangar ma-

I Hats off to Dr. J. L. White, pastorof / terial. Thus a whisper in Clewis-
YJ5u Cocoa :Miami and a few other _
the First Baptist church of Miami ton is heard in California. '
Florida: communities are going strong
who made the following state- '
for Glider1 clubs. Air-minded Clewis-
ment last Sunday morning and Sunday That the nation knows of Ameri
ton should 1 not be lagging in this
evening: "" ca's" new sugar bowl in the northern
' "My name has been used in the '' .. new sport.
<: Everglades was seen in a letter received

daily papers yesterday and today : ; I" : .: J in Clewiston this week from

without my knowledge, consent or as- : $ Stanley Krupun fifth grade pupil of LEGAL NOTICE

sent. I have suggested as a memberof I : I ': Hf 1 t. \ 1 tI a Bethany Conn., school. He .wrote: Tn Justice ,of Peace Court First,

a committee of arbitration between :IA : \ ,1 "We are studying about sugar cane District Florida., Hendry County State of

the, Daily News and Mr. Fred Pine. and' would like a piece of sugar cane. Anna M. Hopkins;; et vir, W. A.

I would under no condition serve oil \ Will you please send us a piece of Hopkins, plaintiff, vs. Universal Mar-

such a committee for two reasons: % it? We have never seen sugar cane. kets and E. W. Stappleton, defend-

. "First I am ,not a politician and We will be glad to pay the postage. andt.
Under and by virtue of an execution
can have nothing to do with any 4ftltlltl y KLOtt l'am' in the fifth grade. Yours truly, issued in the above slated case

such political quarrels. Stanley Krupun." out of the above Court, I will sell at

, "Second I am a minister of Christ public outcry in front of the Court

and haven't time to give to _such out- l Pt I.'I"'I'I""II"I.'I.'I"I/ ,' "I"I"I''I"I"I" "/" tivatiou of the _appreciation, of music I';" ..'" ,'" '" '.'I;" ."" .;,." "" 1'" j""II'I,...PPIllll/tlllll 111111I j jI House door or in Clewiston, Florida

j Some enterprising. Clewiston kid in said County, on Monday the 14th
iside matters... If I can help either party I OTHER EDITORS There is no compilation availableof I JOTTINGS i ij /
I die might arrange to swap Stanleya day of April 1930, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
in the Christian Life, I will give the amounts of money which private to the highesf bidder for cash the 'following -
;r1''I., !1"I'Ii'I 'r 'I 111/1ltl/tllllltl/11/11111/tl/lltlll/l/l/ttll/! ill/ill 11/11/11//1/11/11/1I/111111/1/11/11/11/11111111/11/11/I11l, 1l1l I/t1t11 piece of sugar cane, which he has
all the time, there is between sun* ,, contributors have given for edu- property, to-wit:
OUR LARGEST AND 'Clewiston takes ,Its dancing enthusiastically never seen, for a nice box of clean
All of
of the and effects
rise and sunset." cational purposes in America.. George property
BEST INVESTMENT and if musicians like act- snow. the Universal Markets and of E. W.
Washington set the example when
ors live on applause, the orchestras Stappleton doing business as Universal -
EASTER he founded and endowed a free Markets In Clewiston
the whole nation into ,
Taking consideration -
playing for the Clewiston bi-weekly Tampans vote a heavy bond issue
Easter! There is something in the school in Alexandia, Va.: which is County Florida.
it ,is probable, that we dances should be a healthy lot. Deaf- for a combination land and sea- Said sale to be made under said
itself that suggests all the day still going.. John Smithson, the illegitimate I
name spend more money every year for ening applause whoops and occasional plane base, and now the city solons writ and by virtue _of an order from

stands. for. Hope, resurrection and education than for anything 'else beong son of an English Duke, stomping ,spur the musicians on are in a wrangle over putting the the Court dated Feb. 17, 1930, A. D.,
faith. ,To us, the story of Easter always i' gave half-million, dollars) a hundred ; on account of the Distress warrant
the necessaries of life, food -. :.I.. ,. to now endeavor after each number. landing field in one section. of the ,
for the
seems most beautiful. Turning clothing and ,shelter. Certainly we years ago to establish a great scien1, And as the evening progresses and city 'and the seaplane base In an- plaintiff. collection' of- rents duo--"the') "

back_ through the centuries we see spend, as a people, more money on tific educational institution in Amen the tempo increases it is a 'case of, other. Lending authenticity to the J. G., McGehet;
sorrowful women coming to the ca, the Smithsonian Institution of (Seal) Justice of Peace.
the schools and colleges than do the I .
people tale
i to quote Irvin Cobb, "A Survival 61 of the bilbical character who
tomb to find that death had been of any other nation. School appropriations Washington. A hundred or more ,of i i the Flittest." Dated April 17, 1930.

conquered.How rank next to those for Andrew Carnegie's millions went into -

glorious must have been the highways in most communities, aheadof educational funds, not countingthe out'to I
The town turns drench its
vision of the angel bringing joy to. road funds in many. And there is libraries which he founded, themselves -
cares In a sea of jazz and under
these women by saying: educational institutions. JohnD.
: ] no other cause to which so much
capable management the bi-weekly
affrighted seek Jesus estimated to have
"Be not ; ye money is given by men of wealth Rockefeller is I.
affairs The
are extremely pleasant.
Nazareth which was crucified: He: given more than seven hundredand
of .
who wish to prove their right to. accumulated "
dance Is divided into two parts- -
is not here. He is risen." I means by their wise disposition .- fifty millions, nearly all of it :
before and after intermission. A ;
What joy and hope must have been of their money. for education. f CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT

theirs: t Po we not even today almost 1 The only cure for the troubles of year or more. ago there was talk ." L
,Henry Ford ,has recently announced of dividing it into rounds.
near these ,words reeAhoed< as the humanity is education. It is the'slow
that he plans, to spend upward of one
opening of new ,buds and blossoms in but sure method of, changing human I .
hundred million ,dollars on education i
Another noticeable is that
fields the miracle of the revolution legisl""ation, thing
the reenact, nature., No no ,
Mr. Ford has a very practical theory is city-ified An increase in the tariff and favorable
resurrection all about us, a sort of no "reform" movement, ever, gave'1 the town becoming more sugar

assurance that which is really beau- which is that the average boy: ought humanity a new outlook on, life. The or urban. Lately the, residents can't

to, be taught a trade, after he has seem to struggle into their party recommendation by the U. S. War
tiful never, dies. right sort of education, can do ,that:
gone as far in the general schools as I I
Cannot we in Clewiston draw the -in trme. It Is worth all it costs.-: clothes before 10 or 10:30 o'clock,
his circumstances permit.! In the Ford I Department engineers for flood control
last dance there justa
picture still further and let the beautiful Tarl,) Springs Leader. and at the was ,
Industrial school at'Deaborn
___ __ i handful of us' old mossbacks on
in a
be symbolized by us >
resurrection story from the petty frailtiesof al hundred boys are constantly passing KEEPING BILLBOARDS < deck at five minutes to nine waitingfor work in the Okeech o bee area are a few additional

which turn out
through courses
life-liberate our minds from the I PLACES the doors to open. "Dance from
for Clewiston's continued
the most highly skilled mechanics reasons .
and goss'ipand i ;I Nine Till One" means dance from ,
tomb of; petty jealousies Not has been heard here of .
and .junior engineers in the country.Those :._ much I
rise to appreciation of nine till one where we come from.
new .who;have the will and the in- late about 'the Florida movement to, growth.
our blessings and so truly enjoy the them
olligence to, do .so go from the Ford regulate billboards and keep :I is 0
joys of Easter and Spring. I Tap dancing, they say, gainingin
in their, place. If Florida neglects the
school to the great univer-I popularity. Seems like the most \

REGISTER AND VOTE sities and become;' expert ;; movement so auspiciously begun Flor' proficient pupils would be bill col During the past few years Clewiston has
Ida will speedily lag behing in billboard -
the others never fail to find and hold know all the"taps"
lectors. They ought to
There is no. reason why anyone .
highly-paid Jobs.. I reform. There are few states, from wide i in the road ,
with the interest of, Clewiston at where there is not billboard grown a place to a
.That is ,one of educationto -
heart should not register and pay poll enable its purpose to his 1 I legislation of' some kind, or such legislation -;,I industrial and with
tax to be able to vote in the June pri ,recipient develop I Sale of women's Easter ensem- thriving community
talents to the best economic advantage pending or being urged.
bles and new rainment for men,

mary.. is to himself and society. Another I Recently New Jersey passed a' both in" local stores and In east the Dahlberg interests planning, continuedexpansion I
Although there a comparativelylarge f
law regulating billboards, the provisions
purpose is to enable him to get the Clewistonwill
coast cities is proof that
number of voters names entered i I I
including the levying of a tax in the industry the
greatest, possible enjoyment out of step out in its finest next Sun- sugar proportionate
on the county registration books I I
at so much a foot on all permitted
life.. The joy which last those
are rumor
There is afloat and
day. a
James E. Taylor county tax collector I in the of town is inevitable.
billboards and the vesting development ih'e.:
that which have their' roots in the cultivation : our glasses are well polished for
is authority for the statement
; of the emotional perceptions.Of state highway department of the .

scarcely more than 200 residents of these Mr. George Eastman be- right to issue 'permits, for the erection 1 \ :,
the county have paid their poll tax :.. '.' ',, '
lieves, music is the most enduring.So of billboards and to decide the zations which point t that,billboard ," .:"" -' : / ," : :
this Unless the taxes are ..l'
year. poll 4R
kind and size. I regulation would have the threefold '
out of the sixty million dollars :"i. ,. .
paid- one is not quailfied to vote. which he has already given for 'educational Similar: legislation is now proposedfor effect of decreasing automobile haz- J -

;rro' cooperate with the people of purposes, nearly. all of it has New York, with the approval of I ards, adding to the state revenue, For Details Write To
Clewiston and climate the necessaryof "
gone for the teaching music and culthe Governor Roosevelt Hearings are in and preserving scenic beauty.

their making a trlp to LaBelle to progress and it is anticipated,that before Florida of all states should look to

pay their taxes, Mr. Taylor will spendthe the end of, the year the unsightly billboard restriction. Florida Is a

day in Clewiston on April 2G, a June primary but all those who billboard nuisance will have been" show place, continually on exhibition CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

week from Saturday, when all those would vote in June must have their considerably abated in that state. and the average uncensored and un

who have not paid their poll tax may. poll taxes paid. With but a few ex- Commenting on the bill pending, in regulated billboard is nothing to !',t..'...

do so and thus ,become qualified voters. ceptions the average Clewistonite the New York legislature the New speak of as a favorable exhibit. I. CleW. IStOn ..( : .-.: Florida .

.: has not voted since the presidential I York Evening Post says: In New York, New Jersey, and : .. : '
'Mr.Taylor 'will also make arrange election in '1928. This means that to "The bill before the New York legislature most other states where there has .. "'

nients to register those who are not quaily for: the voting in June he must would create a board with been a billboard nuisance the Amei- .
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registered from this precinct. This pay two years poll tax at the rate of power to restrict outdoor advertisingto can Automobile association had muchto ;

will be done. by his turning the signature one dollar per. year. commercial districts and to require -I do with securing needed legislation : ',_-. .. "IN, THE CENTER 0SUGAR F AMERICA'S"

of the l'egistrants.over. to the Those who fail to pay their poll tax the removal of objectionable arid reform, notwithstandingthat BOWL""

county registrar in LaBelle who will es to Mr. Taylor a week from Satur- signs. It would also limit the size I a great deal of billboard adver- NEW It

then, enter them in the county regis- day will have to pay them LaBelle I of billboards, impose a fee upon out- tising is done by automobile dealers. ., ,
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tration books. to qualify. But there is no reason door advertising companies and tax The Florida branch of the association
. 'Those who have ever registered in why Clewistonites should ,not register 'the.signs upon a graduated scale. jl *can help to put the billboard In .' : ,-. ; ,f __ !. ,. '.. ;-:."'.,', I.. \.

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this precinct are, not required to register and pay poll taxes when Mr. Tay- The proposed measure has the support : Its place in this state.-St. Peters- ; I '

again to be qualified to, 'vote In I I' lor is here a week from Saturday. of an Impressive list of organi-! burg Independent. ,!....t4 !,.I'( -I"j'.t"f ''fps t\ if ,'iI';' ....

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the radio the first and third Mondaysin Aviation CommitteeOf strength, but the clothes as well. i
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BANK CLEARINGS each month. A lot of club features State Chamber To Much time is saved In drying gar- I

and usually an excellent talk are on ments when a wringer is used.A I'j'j'

FLORIDA HIT NEW the program, which starts at 12:15 Hold Tampa Meeting clothes boiler made largely of :1

f and continues for 30 minutes. copper has been found to be very DELICIOUS

HIGH RECORD I find that I get a lot of good in- Preparation for a spring meeting .. satisfactory, because of its durability W

t formation and entertainment from of the vacation committee of the and because copper transmits heat

,"{ the radio programs. You know, the state chamber of commerce to be more readily than most other metals.A .

'J' I-/ Show Agricultural Extension Division is held in Tampa within the next month broomstick or'an old axe handle GUERNSEY WHIPPING CREAM
: March Clearings
), ; putting on a daily agricultural pro were discussed recently in Miami at makes an excellent clothes stick. Oth-

t ,Total Of More Than gram at 12:15, Easter Time and I a meeting of the governing board of er necessary equipment for the home AND STRAWBERRIES .

$122,000,000 listen in nearly every day. Get a lot the committee. laundry are these: a bucket for car-

of good dope, too. The date It was learned, will be rying water and to carry clothes to

I r JACKSONVILLE, April 17.-Bank Any of my fellow farmers who aro Governor the line, ; a dipper; a sauce pan for CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY

clearings in Florida for March interested in hooking up with this making starch. a good strong, tightly -

j reached a high point for 1030 and radio club can do so by addressingthe invited to address the group which stretched clothes line; plenty of Sugarland Highway Phone 333

exceeded those of any month since Florida Farmers' Radio Club, Agricultural consists of 65 members from all sections clothes pins; good ironing board and

April, 1929, according to figures com Extension Division, Gaines- of the state and 35 representatives smooth irons, either gas, electric or

piled by the state chamber of com ville, Florida. They will get a membership of aviation companies.The J gasoline; a clothes basket made of .

merce. The seven cities having clearIng card with a picture of WRUFon Miami meeting of the govern lightweight material and ,easy to

house associations reported to- it, and telling them about the club ing board was called by Frank Reddof handle; a folding clothes rack madeof

:tal clearings of $122,772.985.30, again and their privileges as members. And Sarasota, chairman of the board light weikht material; a whiskbroom

of more than $15,000,000 over they may get started to listening and plans were discussed for the observance for sprinkling clothes or a.

February: when the total was regularly at the agricultural programs of Florida Aviation month, metal sprinkler attached to a hose, PHONE 333

'$107,368,829.52. and also well ahead which will be worth while to January 12 to February 12. In the if running water is available.

of January, when clearings amounted them. meanwhile one of the chief objects -Ruby McDavid. Repairing or Estimate For

of the committee will :
to $113,233,515.39.Jacksonville be to complete
Electrical Work of Any Kind
continued to hold the GROW HEALTHY CHICKS Florida's aviation map showing- all
lead in volume with a month's total With the chick in airports in Florida.
hatching season Radio and Appliances of All Kind
The board Fine table linens should be washed
of $74,841.002, representing a gain of full swing, it might pay us to give at- agreed to encouragethe
i $10,000,000 over the preceding month purchase and operation of gliders without ''hard rubbing; never allow Repaired or Sold
1 tention to the growing of healthy
I I.
I.I and .about $5,00,00 ahead of'..Januaro. as a means of furthering Inter- them to 'become badly soiled.
I chicks. All of us who have ever
Miami banks cleared checks est In aviation. A glider can be pur- Stains should be removed before J. W. CRANE
raised poultry know that the problemof
amounting to more than $18,000,000. getting chicks to live and grow chased, it was pointed out, for less the lines is put in the 'hot soapy wat-

exceeding February transactions by than $400.. No license is necessaryand er. ,
I : Perhaps
into healthy birds Is a big one.
'$2,000,000 and January by more than its operation is a simple meansof Soak cloths and napkins from one-
if we would give them a little
I 3000000.: learning the principals of airplane ,half to three' hours in cold waters.
j. more attention it would pay.: I
I i Tampa banks cleared $9,490,980.84 flying. Make suds in a non-rusting tub,
The county agent in my county is I
worth of checks, the total being a cooperating with the Extension Poul-: using milk soay or soap flakes. Wringout 615 EAST PLATT ST. ',':1'1: ., '" OFFICE PHONE M-1180

decided gain over the previous month HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESTHE linens; drop into hot soapy water TAMPA, FLA. NIGHT PHONE H-33-561
tryman at Gainesville in putting on
I Winter Haven, according to J. W. and cool slightly. Wash by squeezingthe
a "Grow Healthy Chick" campaign.
:'Holman of the Winter Haven Credit suds- through the fibres. iRlnse
This is the .third it has been : HOME LAUNDRY
:, 'association, had the heaviest clearings year first in hot water, then slightly cooler V HERALD LINES :'
running, and I hav participated in. Washday. Hampers of soiled
in the city's history, with a record water, finally in slightly blue wa- -
it all three years. I clothes. Tubs to fill and empty. Back
of $4,419,682.56.Pensacola's ter.' Wring through. a loose. wringer.
i They are stressing' six factors as : ache. Blue Monday in most house
total was $6,820,427 the I Table linens lo
no require starching .
affecting the health of baby chicks. holds a generation ago. The commer- Overnight service between
I largest amount cleared during 1930. unless very old, and thin. In that
These are: Hatch early; use clean I cial laundry existed then chiefly to
St. Petersburg and Lakeland also case. one cup of thin starch to one-
.showed eggs and keep the chicks clean; see do up stiff shirts and collars; now Clewiston and Tampa
gains of
1 several hundred half. bucket of bluing water will give
i thousand dollars that the brooder houses are clean; it stands ready to take the entire
over last month. sufficient stiffening.:
'the former give the chicks clean land on whichto wash out of, the home On the other
city having clearings of Dry in strong_ sunlight, dampen
'$4,058,029 and tho latter 3819862. run; feed a balanced ration; and hand electric washing machines and thoroughly. roll uptightiy and iron Franchise operators Insured cargoes !

separate the pullets from the cock other labor-saving devices invite the
while still very damp, first on the
I erels. I have found that these pay. housewife to keep it in the home. In
I wrong side, then on the right side
J The Extension Poultryman says that one way or another blue Monday
: until perfectly dry a: hot, heavy ironis
:1;f COMMON SENSE I others in the campaign have profitedby may be a thing of the past, if the necessary.

I that the housewife chooses.
them also. He says average -
Embroidered linens, dollies, tray
:j : FIND THE FACTS AND loss of chicks by death, in For generations ''we have trained BAKERS SERVICE ,STATIONLocal
cloths, etc., may be rolled in towels
THEN DECIDE ABOUT flocks where records were kept, was ourselves to like the smell of freshly -
directly from the last rinse water and
AGITATED QUESTIONS 24.26 percent in 1928 and 13.87 per- laundered linens and the feel of Representative
while still damp, Ironedon, the wrong
cent in 1929. The 1928 campaign was clean smooth garmentscleanlinessis
side over a soft, thick pad.
: "Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble." the first one; the 1929 records showed the strongest supporter of good
-Ruby McDaivd.
The pot of advice-true and false- the results of the good work. health. The skin is made more active_
i to farmers is always bubbling, and The Extension Poultryman says by fresh clothing, which absorbs the

the farmers are always toiling and hat these six factors are_ the funda impurities, thrown off by the skin J ... .... .....'..."'. ..... *........M;

::1 'are tfsually in trouble. mentals of chick production, and that Clean, boiled clothes never.\carry dis .

r I ,Soap" box orators, stick whittlers, we cannot afford to ignore .them. ease germs. .
! mule traders, business men, lawyers, Folks who failed to heed one of the Laundry EquipmentA .

I .politicians fact, just about all practices .lose more than those who wash bench should be the right .

people not connected with farming- follow all of them; the more of the height for the user. The top of the .

@ consider themselves competent to practices that are not followed. th tubs should be about 36 inches from

give advice of the first "water to greater- are the losses. the floor for the average woman. A = CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY .' : ::

II farmers. There is ever an all-wise 'We can purchase breeding stock, good rubbing board is 'very necessaryfor ,' f

',Moses ready to lead the :farmers out baby chicks and eggs, but we cannot very soiled clothes. A washing ',,': '.
I I :of the wilderness .,. : .' ,.. :. .
whether or not buy sanitation, he says. "Let us all machine of any kind simplifies work .. ::- '

'I this Moses knows a thing about observe the factors affecting chick I and is more efficient than rubbing on = : :: :', <:' 2;;":<: ;,,; ',: :' ;::: : :.:: .: ,:.:' : ; 'j. .0' ,. :

''I j, farming or has ever made a success health this year and reduce our lossesto an ordinary wash board. A clothes :... : : : ,'! .s

: of, anything but whittling sticks and 10 per cent or less.: wringer saves not only time and. .",,- .m

I spitting amber. And no matter who ,... ,.,

this Moses may be nor when he rises, ': 1 : ..

up.to save the "dear peepul" he will I .T .
, always have come followers. Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspectori ,'. .:,:,., '.

With real and alleged information ,
>> ; flying thick and fast; it beHooves us .-, ., ,.. --' '' .

i I' farmers: to stop and do a little thinkIng : "- M. P. BOGGSJEWELER &-- In '":-0"'"i';.;.'._.:.,,:>.- ,, %#)(.&, '$%: ". .

I tl for ourselves. We need to sit on ,.. "j/te .
; .,:;'f'o"'::, ? '.
1'i "d log out under the shade of some m \{ 0\\ :'.'." ::.: :;'''/7' .

,I big tree, light up our pipes and take ."'., 10-inch oscm for w ,,'..r' ;" .

1 a while for cool, calm, collected medi- Expert Watch, Clock & 'Jewelry'Repairs : ':/ : ..".'. for A.C. or D.c.: f Ij .
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tation. We need to really know which .i ::;. current. .
Moses is going to lead us out of the Clewis ton, Florida Hays B'ld'g. iii ""-,...: ..<-,.,":":.-..-.".-..." .' a II I 111

I'' I. wilderness and which one, i( fol 111 .; ........' ';, .. '
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part with :
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In our meditation we should seek -
I, to find the CLEWISTON FOLKS J ,: :": The 'life of 'j R .
' : facts, and not jump at con .. average ,

!; ; : elusions and not try to prove a thing .,: :.-; a General Electric fan ;( ,- .
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a certain way just because we want : THE HOTEL .. i is about 20 1.. ;, ..
V *<: TA-MIAMI ,. years -,:' -,
It to be prove that certain way. We .,.. II .
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'ft.JI should not be the man who

I. .- there are always two sides to every i .. .::
question-my side and the wrong YOU += ::

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side.Let I II :k. .
us first get at ,the facts and "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South"Storage ,', F A II 5 :.' .
then make our decisions. b1' .:
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Space Across Street :' ., .. .. ,",:- "
SPUDS JOINS European Plan I. : .
FLORIDA I have sea-side comfort in home 'f'
can > your ,
FARMERS' RADIO CLUB -. I. though the sun is beating down on torrid r!. .

Neighbors hereabouts say that I I II M streets. From side to side i it swings, this : .

I .am one of the "jininest fellers" they I dependable General Electric fan, bringing .. .
coolness and relaxation to all the family. :'
ever saw "Spuds'll fine anything I .

from an anti-mad-dog society to a I I) Enjoy seor-sido: breezes h your own home. .
Get fan '
a at once and be sure it's a General ,
cooperative marketing organization," Electric-for long, dependable, care-free .

'is what they say. However, they are I EVERGLADES FUNERAL HOME I tervice. :.. .

slightly wrong. I do join lots of II I S
I .
things, but I always pick the ones :
that I 5' 5"S;: DirectorsAMBULANCE m
are while and will help '
I me. I I ',_ '. ', 1. .

I My latest venture at joining has :I .
: just occurred. ,I have Joined the FlorIda I .,', SERVICE .

Farmers' Radio Club. This clubis : : LICENSED EMBALMERS .

.Florida conducted Agricultural in cooperation Extension with Division the- = CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY =

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1 at Gainesville (where I go ''for a : Reverse Charges When Phoning .' ;" .

'lot of my information), and carries Us. j. .

on Its programs over WRUF, the : Pahokee
Fla. Phone No. 7 I. S .
state and University radio station
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II. .
I 'there. The club was started the first II .

; of March, ant holds Its meetings over I. .
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.___.____ FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1930
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Palm Beach spent a day in Clewiston -= :: :: .:: : .:: C' :; -:- ::: ::.. .. ..
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on an inspection trip through the '

CYJL ( : sugar plantations and a visit to the THE CLEWISTON TAXI SERVICEFine

= 4 ;;:; CCPb YC f =. 1,000 tons a day 'Clewiston factory of
The Southern Sugar Company. -
riding seven passenger Cadillac
Mis. Cleo A. Houze, Phone 359 Mis. L. A. Morgan\ Jr.. Phone 369 Mrs.\ F. M. Wright., Phone 384 Women attending the general meet- Sedan for hire. _'

ing of the Upper Glades Garden club

SOCIALENTERTAINED CLUB IS I I Local Clubwomen at South Bay Monday were Mrs. c.1 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE !1
W. McDonald, Mrs. J. R. Alston, .
I Hear Read
: W. S. Harvell, Mrs.F L. Tatom, Mrs J

AMES RESIDENCEMrs. I About SeminolesThe William Cecil Owen, Mrs. W. T. Mar Call Phone No. 393 105
or .
; Elbert L. Stewart motored to !
I field, Mrs. A. G. Montgomery, Mrs. !
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Belle Tuesday on business. = = = : : :: ::: : = : :: :: .
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W. G. Ames and Mrs. Dick Clewiston Woman's Club held H A. Bestor, Miss\ Marion Leydig, : : :: ::: .:.:: .:. : : =:==:

Miller entertained the Social Club at its regular monthly meeting last Mrs. Spicer, Mrs. G. V. Hudson. Mrs.F. .
Miss Bonclle Stone and Casey .. M. Wright, Mrs. Carl Berner. Mrs.E. .
the home of Mrs. W. G. Ames, Friday at the Clewiston Inn. The
Jones spent Sunday in Sebring. L. Stewart, Mrs. Tom Smith Mrs.
Wednesday afternoon. They were as- meeting was presided over by Mrs.F. .
sisted in entertaining by Mrs. Ames' L. Tatom, vice president. Mrs. Dick C. Miller, Mrs. John Mowry and
Mr. Curtin spent Sunday In West Rose Mrs. George Stewart.AT .
daughter. Mrs. Walker Stansell II. King of Moore Haven, sang .
Palm Beach. --- : :: :: :: :: :: -= .:: .. ..
The house was beautifully} decorated ,..':-..-- two numbers, "Our Yesterdays, and :: :: :
;with roses. "My Little Home." She was accompanied THE KETTLER

A short business meeting was held Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche motoredto on the piano by Mrs. B. A. John Mack 'Brown as seen in support -

after which the guests played bridge West Palm Beach Tuesday. Bourne. Mrs. Tatom read a very in- of Joan Crawford the star of

,and neumarket. At bridge Mrs. J. R. teresting paper on the Seminole In- "Mantana Moon" playing at the Ket-

.Alston won first prize and Mrs. Mary Frank Hirsch spent the week end dians. tier in West Palm Beach Saturday MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME .
Kettl the.' consolation prize. Mrs. N. in' West Palm Beach with his mother. The May meeting of the Woman's thru Tuesday.

C. Storey, won the Neumarket prize.A Club will be held at the Clewiston

delicious Ice course was served. .L. A. Morgan spent two days in School building, and the subject will Married Woman

The members' present were Mrs. St. Augustine on business. be, "Know Your Own Country." Mrs Fears Gas-Eats A< FEW CHOICE ROOMS

W. G. Ames, Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs.J. I Beardsley's high school class in Civics .

R Alston. Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Miss\ Frances Munroe and Leland will have charge of the program. Only Baby Food"For ARE NOW AVAILABLE.

Franc Howard, Mrs. M. W Bigg, MrsJ. Crews motored to Sebring Sunday. Important business will be taken up 3 years I ate only baby food, ; xx .
E. Beardsley, Mrs. Louis Morgan, so all members are urged to be pres- everything else formed gas. Now,
thanks to Adlerika, I eat anythingand
Mrs. Earl'. :Merchant: Mrs. W. C. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche motoredto ent.A enjoy life."-Mrs. M. Gunn.
Hooker. Mrs J. G. Allhands. Mrs. F. Palm Beach Tuesday. gift box. is being sent by the Just ONE spoonful Adlerika relieves REASONABLE RATES

:M. Wright, Mrs. C.. A. Jackson, Mrs. Woman's Club to the,Veterans' Hospital all GAS so you can eat and

Dick Miller and Mrs. W. S. Harvel. William G. Ames is in New Yorkon at.. Lakeland. .... ...... *. .sleep and ,lower better.bowel Acts removing on BOTH poisons upper HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS ,
Invited guests were Mesdames C. business.Mr. you never knew were ther, and
W. McDonald, F. R. Maxwell T. H. which caused your stomach trouble.No .
:'W. P. Va'ughn' Jr., Mary MAXWELLS ENTERTAIN matter what you have tried for
Jackson, and Mrs. Dave Alston spent the
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Maxwell delightfully stomach and bowels, Adlerika will
Kettl, John Mowry, I. D. Lydig. N. day in West Palm Beach. entertained at luncheon surprise you! ALSTONS DRUG TRY OUR. SUNDAY DINNERS
C. Storey, R. Y. Dunaway, Tom STORE. 6.1.30STEARNS'
Sunday. Their guests who made the
'Smith and Walker Stansell, II. Mrs. Dave Alston, Mr. andMrs. W.
trip here from Miami included Mr. ..
C: Hooker and Mrs. I. H. Stone spent f
and' Mrs. A. D. Brimson, Grace
Monday in West Palm Beach.S. .
MANY EASTER EGG Brimson, Mr. and_ Mrs. Gerald Pen- .

( HUNTS! ARE PLANNED ney, Mr. and Mrs. Montie Bush and. r CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL
Porter House of Winchester, Va. '
Judge and Mrs. H. .W. .Penney..
With Easter at hand, numerous arrived in Clewiston Monday on a

Easter-egg hunts will be held over the business, ..trip.., DANCING PARTYA

weekend.The Bible Class will con- very enjoyable. dancing party was Electric
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sims and children Paste THE
of the HOTELMRS.
duct a hunt for the children enjoyed Saturday even'ing.in. the
Sunday School at 3 o'clock Sunday spent Sunday with Mr. and pa.rtment.ot. Mrs. Vaughn. Those Eatlly Klllo

afternoon;, on the church grounds. Mrs. J. R. Alston. present were Gladys Nowling. Fran- Rats. lIce, Cockroaches,
."The Girl Scouts will have their aterbugs Etc. CLAUDE DOWNS Manager. .
ces Monroe, Elsie Hare, Dorothy : -,
James L. Taylor, Hendry countytax .Ji. ...; -:,
Easter-egg hunt Saturday afternoon'on Deam, Malcom Knapp, Leslie Stewart After eating it they run for I. .. '-
collector, in Clewiston busi- '
the ridge. Mrs. Spicer and Mrs. was _Herbert plate,. 'Gene. Reier: and water and fresh air to die out-

::Storey will be in charge. ness Tuesday.Mr. Mr. Hackett. side. Used by housekeepers .,
The fifth, sixth. and seventh gradesof for 50 years to get rid of these .
the Clewiston Grade school will i and Mrs. H. A. Bestor motoredto greatest; known food destroyers
have their Easter-egg hunt (and Miami Friday returning to Clew, guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Morgan and disease carriers.*

swim) on the ridge. Thursday after- iston on Saturday.Mrs. jr.Norman. 2 Oz. Size 35c 15 Oz. Size $1.25

Miss Petta- -
noon. Mr.:;Gillespie and r
The lower grades Wilber D. Cole and Mrs. Walker Storey, son of Mr. and Mrs
will way have will chaperone.their,. hunts in their respective Stansell II motored to West Palm N. C. Storey of Clewiston was elect- J[ J[ J 1 JJ Jl JJ 1J @1; r fF2JJ?J J[ m Jl@JJ@JJ@J 1 @1J

rooms on Friday. Certainly the Beach Thursday. i ed secretary of the PI Alpha Sigma ITJj. ..I

Easter Rabbit will be good to all the j fraternity at the University of Flor- HmI'

. children, in Clewiston. Dr. and Mrs.J. C. Nowling and daughter -, da.. I ..> '

Gladys motored to Miami to .,
spend the week with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bledsoe are
PARENT TEACHER MEET Mrs. John Anderson. the proud parents of a nine and a : : > I
half pound baby boy born last Sun- ., Up I
regular April meeting of the James Crouch who has been working day. Mr. Bledsoe is associated with .' q

for the Southern Sugar Co. .! [
Parent-Teachers Association has been companyleft the Clewiston Supply I .

posponed until Friday, April 25th, at Clewiston Wednesday for Milwau r .' I
kee Wise. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. House and : ,
300; o'clock.. This meeting is to in- 'i EAF S'TER ; .
clude the installation of new officers children of Sarasota. spent the week .
of the annual report .Mr. and Mrs. M. W.; Bigg and Mrs. end with Mrs. House's sister, Mrs. .. :. ,.; ... f@J
and the reading interesting Franc Howard were dinner guests of Claude Downs. Accompanied by Dick ..7* -.;' -;-.' .. / ...,..'-1: ,
Mrs. Story promises an 5. Jf : .
: ,. .
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche at the Clew- : Gillespie the party motored to Palm I ?'J's .i.i :
and all members and friends ." .
program iston Inn Sunday. .Beach Saturday. .-:. .i. 'j -), )
are urged to be present. f" ":. .

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J '.-.Mrs.W.: -C.;''Hooker-*andchildren: Gerald 'B. Martin of Minneapolis,
:CLEWISTON GARDEN A New Straw Hat Either In .
UNIT IS ',ORGANIZED: spent Friday and Saturday in West Minn., made a thorough tour of the' F ; or Ii

Palm Beach visiting her sister, Mrs. holdings of the Southern Sugar Company 1

The Clewiston Unit of the Upper W. J. Bradley.Mrs. in the northern Everglades as Hard Brim Will Make You : ,
the guest of Jules M. Burguieres, .1
scheduledto )
Club was
Glades Garden ; ; .
C. W. McDonald, Mrs. W. S. executive vice president.Mrs. } ,:
meet at the home of Mrs. F. ,
Harvel and Mrs. J. R. Alston spenta r@J -
This Season. '
Wright, yesterday afternoon at four ,. Stylish '
: : _
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in West '. .
work- day on a shopping tour Emily Rickmeyer of ColumbusInd. { .:: _
o'clock. It was planned to get a .,
and Palm Beach. ., who has been spending a few I[@ .- ; : 1
ing local 'organization formed F ,-: >
at The Clewiston Inn left M ..,: ',:. '
days yesterday J '
make;: plans for the coming year. Any .. . ,;" :'." f0))
Miss Elta, Whatley, Miss Ola Pet- for Tampa to spend some time i M -
resident 6f Clewiston or vicinity : .
who is interested in either the rais- teway, Miss Jamye Williams and with her daughter before returning to \V ,
Miss Mary Skeldon motored to West her northern home. I
ing of flowers or the growing of :
Palm Beach Saturday.Mr. Are Now Showing The Famous
vegetables; is invited to Join. More JI ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wnllard R. Griffithsof
details concerning the club appear on S
and Mrs. Howard Cornwall of Grand Rapids, Mich., accompaniedby I :
page one.: : Milan Genuine Leghorns .
West Palm Beach were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. F. W .Baker of WestFein's I -
1a iii '.

B. Heard was host Wednes- -_ I ;'.t'r' :'.' ''.'' ;',.._ And Golf Hats ., .. ,,- ",>. I
day evening at a lovely party in the i : : : < : '.
Clewiston Inn complimenting Miss B. -.I .. .
i J
Store <' :
Kettl on her birthday anniversary. Dept. : LWJ]
Those participating in the lovely '

affair were J. A. Davis, Mrs. Emily i :, :: $1.25 to 5.00 I

Rtckemeyer of Columbus, Ind., Mr. 306 Clematis ', .
? '
and Mrs. W. C. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs :
E. J. Kerr: and Mr. and Mrs. Paul J I i 'I

You'll find that you have a wide fm .

LAST BOK CONCERT TO choice of styles, fabrics and colors. ,'@J] '
BE GIVEN 'NEXT SUNDAYFinal There are Crepes, Pin Dots, Chiffons, ,..

Prints and Georgettes. with a varietyof $ 9 8 3i '
concert of the Bok carillonsat sleeve and collar treatments. 8 I 3g HUDSON .

Mountain Lake will be played next You're certain to find the one for

Sunday at three, oclock it was learn- you.. J @

ed yesterday. Concerts at the Bok SPECIAL I .................
tower at, Mountain Lake this year I

have been% pylayed on Sundays, Tues ATWOMENS NEW EASTER i : THE CLOTHIER ;;< : --I

day, Thursdays and Saturdays at .
three oclock. The Easter concert will I f@1J

be the last of the season. SILK FROCKS Block Clewiston Fla.: "
$ 4. 98 3i I

Subscribe, For The Clewiston News. Marvelous Values at ..........." I, ., .

Beautiful styles-all the new prints, flat crepes, georgettes, combInations .
ROOM FOR RENT in Civic Center. etc. Sizes 14 to 52. "

Apply: ,. Mrs.:- i J.." Kettl.'" ,. .'. ," .' J fC @i- @1J 1 JiID( P. -'r .rFr5]: W1' i


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the provision of an Everglades main :
THE EVERGLADES water control system which keeps
I Canvas truck cover, 8x6. Please

FURNISH RUBBER Lake Okeechobee in bounds and NOTED BY EDITOR return to Fruit Man from La Belle. :

t. EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the which keeps the water surfaces of Reward.

: second Installment of a report on the district canals below their bank 4-4-4TP pPOWER$

1 EDISON NEW MILL the agricultural possibilities of the tops. OF BIG MAGAZINE o4 c

Everglades by Dr. E. R. Lloyd, _
i- Movement of Soil, Water-In con-
chairman of the committee of ag }
Crop To Be Harvested nection with effective water control Joe Mitchell.Chappell SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
riculturists who at the request of

Every Six Months the federal government made a which Is so Important in the saw Praises Sugar Work CLEWISTON NEWS COMPANY

t':,',.. Says Inventor thorough survey of the Everglades.The grass soils, anything that can be Of B. G. DahlbergFlorida PHONE 339

\ report of Dr. Lloyd was madeto done to aid the movement of water

:tL FORT MYERS, Fla., April 17.- Colonel Mark Brooke, Division into and out of the soil will be cJt is on the upgrade and is

'. th U. S. War depart !
E\ Thomas A. Edison who discoveredthat engineer of real assistance. The application of "coming back so rapidly" that thereis
r.o' '. ment at New Orleans. I
common flowers contain com- the "molo" principle is illustrated into no possible way to stop the state's

' mercial rubber, has a new "rubber progress. ANNOUNCEMENTYour
a line of accompanying
Less than two years ago
... -.' mill" ready to run tests on a giant This in substance is the message
research involving soil treatmentwith The mole implement is very almi-
species of goldenrod which he recently that it to be broadcast to the world I II support and assistance at the Jun
: number of special chemicalswas (ar to a large subsoil plow and can I
!:: discovered growing 14 feet a by Joe Mitchell Chappell, editor of I Primary will be appreciated.E.
started upon a broad basis and be set for any depth so as to keepa .
'5: high in Polk county. The National Magazine of Boston, a
results have constant level. These "mole' holes"are
.: from it extraordinary ,
. : The rubber mill is a miniature publication having hundreds of thou-
. developed, which promise to exert a found to bo surprisingly perma E. KELLY
., plant by which the 83-year-old inventor sands of readers: In all sections of tre .
permanent and important influence, nent. It is bellved that the procedure
hopes to extract live rubber globe.
-" from the agricultural standpoint, up- will be of effective value in the proper Candidate for County Commissioner
.. from dried and pulverized goldenrod And judged by his past perform-
: on the reclamation of the Everglades. and effective handling of water in District No.1ANNOUNCEMENT 1
f leaves and stems. ances there are few writers havinga
'..- It was found that by the use of these soils. It is already in use un-
""I have just made a great discovery keener insight into Florida conditions -
small amounts of copper sulphate, der practical working conditions ona
In this giant goldenrod plant," than Mr. Chappell who many
zinc, manganese, and other salts, field scale in the celery areas near
' lie said. "I. hope to cross-breed it will recall wrote a series of articleson
profitable crops of practically every Sarasota where tho soil is of essentially -
with variety containing high per this state for his magazine in 1925.
. variety of plants adapted to tho cli- the same type as is found in .
''* centage of latex to produce an emergency "The agricultural development has
mate could be grown on freshly broken the Everglades. The mole implements
rubber ;'supply for the United been marvelous since I was here In
peat soils. It is an establishedfact now in general use on the prop-
States which farmers can grow and 1920," he declared. "When I was hero
that these peat soils when erty of the Southern Sugar Companyat To the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
,. harvest in six months."I before B. G. Dahlberg was just be-
freshly broken proved disastrouslytoxic Canal Point and at Clewiston. .
would like to see 25.000 acres ginning to think about the sugar pos- of Florida:
to practically all plants that The operation of subdraining land by
of this new plant growing," was his sibilities of the Everglades. Now, in
have been tried upon them with the use of the mole is not expensive.Two .
hereby candidacy for the Office of State's
announce Attorney
to question concerning the short space of less than five my
answer a exception of potatoes. Tho recent discovery men and a tractor can drain I If I honored with this the '
plans for large scale planting either years. a, veritable American sugar; am important trust by people, I promise. a =--.
that, this toxic effect upon from 10 to 15 acres per day.
faithful discharge of duty and fair and impartil eanform of _
Georgia, where Henry <- bowl, has. been developed by him in my a cent
In Florida or -
, -I
plants is immediately corrected by
ALL of the Criminal Laws without fear favor.
Clewiston. or
Ford has offered large acreage."If SECTION AGRICULTURE operations centering at I
applications of small amounts of cop-
wheat could be made to grow per sulphate and other chemical salt Clearing and preparation of land- "What Mr. Dahlberg has done with Respectfully,

this gigantica It would his development is but an indicationof
.like solidago
makes agriculture profitable and Tpe native growth on the Everglades ROY D. STUBBS.
I will what can be, done with the soils
make wonderful crop. Maybe
a safe on these soils. land is sawgrass, an extremely, coarse
little with of this state. It is an outstanding ex-
have to do a Burbanklng
t sillcious
3. Climate-The mean monthly harsh sedge that has strong
my plants," he added. "The beautyof either margin of ample of what is being done in different
temperature for the Everglades area teeth or saws upon
of this goldenrod is that it grows sections.(
ranges from 63 to 82 degrees with its blade along its entire length. After -
'' it down and it Mr. Chappell. was amazed at the
t.: fast. "We can mow these lands are drained the saw-
.;.: mean around 72 degrees. The lowest
: will grow right up again." practically disappears and inits great improvement in tho highwaysof
winter temperature on the south rim grass
,;:: Edison still retains interest in the state. "There is no greater
of Lake Okeechobee is 29 degrees.At place comes a soft pulpy weed
R' motion pictures which he made possible Davie the lowest temperature is known as "pigweed" or "careless piece of road construction in the To the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial DistrictI

f4y : years ago with invention oC destroyed country than the Tamiaml Trail," ho
21 and at Miami 27 degrees. deed". These weeds are easily -
' ::2 I : the first motion! picture camera. He with disc harrow. declared, "over which I had the
The humidity ranges from 71 to 83 a
'<':': always questions cameramen about pleasure to travel. And that is buta am a candidate to succeed 'myself as STATE ATTORNEY
per cent, the mean annual being The level, rockless treeless area is
; : recent developments."I short stretch of similar highways of this circuit. I have performed the duties of this office fairly, and
about 76 per cent. Sunshine varies well adapted to the use of large
:". see they are trying out a large- that I have traveled over day after impartially during the term I have held it and if elected to a second
.: from 58 to 69 per cent of the time power driven machinery. And by the
1':: size film again," he said. "I tried that be day." term! shall give the, same honest and conscientious service toward the
with an average of 64 per centLight use of machinery these lands can
.'.- 30 years ago. but it was no good as ata He saw evidences of stride in enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve upon
winds from 6 to .8 miles per cleared and made ready for crops
:: my good friends thought the'pro.. buildings and other developments me as State Attorney.
hour prevail as an average. very small cost. The average cost
I _;: cess too expensive. I wanted 40 pictures throughout the state, too, ho declared
: The climate as a whole is. very of clearing the land is about $3.50to
i', a second d and they wanted 15.. stating that "Florida is assuredly on
by' healthful. The heat during the dayis $4.00 per acre and the preparationfor GUY M. STRAYHORN.
: the upgrade, and there Is nothing human ,I
:. about the same as that of Palm crops about the same.
that can check its progress."
;: Chevrolet_ Plans Beach, Miami, Fort Myers and Tam- The general plan followed is to .

pa but the nights are generally cooler disk the land three times at the rate
:' New Model WithBody
: due to the low absorption of heat of 20 acres pero day. It is then SUBSCRIBE FOR

'., By Fisher by the soil and the extensive water dragged, rolled and the copper sulphate THE CLEWISTON NEWS ..

., ... .. and I }
: -- swamp or other chemical applied. -
.' _', _. __ t\!, .
,f,;.'." DETROIT, 'April L-. A further indication The annual rainfall varies from 40( There seems to ,be little difference

..::t of the advantages which to 65 inches the average being about
' -. accrue -I between the cultivated land and the DR. J. C. NOWLING E. MAGAHA
t\ to the motorist throught the 06 inches. In the dry season, November raw soils except that the land under i .

k f? I economies of.great volume productio" to May, inclusive, the monthly cultivatioan settles or subsides more Hopkins .Building, For State's Attorney J. !I

:.: Is seen in the annouGncement by the rainfall varies from less than one rapidly. The general characteristicsof CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ,

r-( ;:' Chevrolet Motor Company today of Inch to four inches. with an average the cultivated and raw lands are :: wI TO THE VOTERS OF THE 12TH JUDICIAL-

:' a stylish new closed model-the of about two inches. During the rainy about the same and contain the same CIRCUIT, STATE OF :FLORIDA: .,'" ,

[::.... Chevrolet Special. Sedan with bodyby the season. June to October, inclusive, amount of plant food. The oxidationIs I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State's Attorney ,.

:. Fisher. monthly rainfall varies from less naturally more rapid in the
culti- in and for the 12th 'Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida
"., Introduction of the new model than two inches to as much as 20 vated lands. J. W. EZELLE
D. D. S.
inches '' to be voted for in the coming June primary. ,I.solicit and
\; an
: average of about 8 1-2
Chevrolet passenger car I'I inch s. The Value Of These Lands as (Dentist) will appreciate the support and suffrage of all voters for said .

: line up to ,nine body styles, three Shown by Chemical Analysis-While X.RAY LABORATORY office and if elected promise to give the best service possible.

r{.,... wfthr its many. expensive car features SECTION 3.TOPOGRAPHYThe the chemical ,examination of the peat Hopkins Bldg.Clewiston I

open and six: closed. The Special Se- topography of the ,Evergladesmay and muck soils' of the EVerglades. has Fla.. E. M. MAGAHA.

>: :' dan has been In production for sever- be summed up as a flat surface been delayed until comparatively recent f _

_="..: al days and shipments are now going, sloping south to southeast at the years, sufficient data have now ':. .., '. :, ', ;.j. :!!. >;- -: J '; .j;: ,__: : -.$, .. __ :_u-_ '__ __. :

,, out to dealers. rate of about one foot every five been accumulated to justify conclu- n __________ .. __ !

.: A leading feature of the new model miles, or two tenths of a foot per sions regardin gthe composition of iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
f I f 11111111111111111111111111111111 f 111111111111111111I;IIIIIIIII"JIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
is its mile. The only thing to break the G
equipment of six wire wheels, these lands. A late and valuable con- -- -

.:... with large 'chrome-plated hub caps. flat continuity of this vast area is tribution to the literature of the =-- =--

.:' .''_,If_ The, two spire wheels are mounted now and then a local burned area subject has been made by HammarSoil ---- ----

in special fender wells. The exterior where the peat has burned down to : ( Science, Vol. XXVIII 1929, p-1) ---- ,. ,. ---

color scheme, combines smart Boule- the water table during the dry sea- Rose (Annual Report of the State == =-

vard maroon:on the body with a harmonizing son. These burned areas are not ex- Chemist of Florida 1912, 1914, 1919 ; >
; \}
; ; ? :
: '
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tensive. F : LET IDLE MONEY > ; -
t. shade of red on the wheels. 1921)) has also published a number of + ;

: Rich appointments found in the interior SECTION 4.-DRAINAGE analysesof the representative sam- ";";' ,. ,!$,, >. :. -. ,.>. -'.. ==
l -
Include arm rests, silk assist Secondary drainage: The methodsof ples. 14Y 1f : '. : '"- ." '
cords water control In the 'i"A'ttouitt\ -
i:' combination vanity case and Everglades (To be continued.) "

:. smoking set, rich upholstery fabrics consist largely of secondary drain bearing interest may be started with payments. -

and wide, deep seats with formfitting age supplementary to the general distrIct was

cushions. drainage. This secondary drain- SUBSCRIBE FOR

THE CLEWISTON low as 50 cents a week inMAIL
r 'Like other'passenger models of the age method consists of: NEWS -

., 130 Chevrolet 1. The use of deep ditchesof PHONE 339 -- --
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internal expanding four wheel brakes 2. The individual connection of two ( .

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been set at $725 f. o. b. factory, Flint = ; =
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ignored at will, according as the lo- OICI ONARYVc : t' : Gentlemen-I I am Interested In -

Is announced by the Live Oak cal crop situation requires. The use = \ \ your easy plan for saving. Without =

Democrat that 100,000 tung trees will of weirs at these pumps assures a : WORK JEND j 4 ,. :' obligation to me, please send me fun' -

be planted in Suwannee County, constant water table in the field and TOTHE a .:. I -, .: '. Information. =

Florida by Fred Green of the Home ditch either when pumping out for CLEWISTON = : :" '." .. =
Hardware & Furniture Company at drainage or in pumping In for Irri : :.' :" ... .,.._ :: Name ............................................................ _""

Live Oak, Florida. The seed beds gation. This weir guarantees preser. : LAUNDRY CO. ,.,. ,.. : Address ........................................................ =
alone for this project cover over 20 nation of land levels against rapid .

acres. During the last eleven months subsidence. : The "wash" word of this Snow-white

of 1929 over 93,000,000 pounds of tung The vast benefits I .
of these secondary laundry is "CARE' We use careful, :
oil were Imported into tho United drainage .
systems are based -
i modern methods and charge reason- .
States fro mChina. = =
able prices. Here's the Snow white -_ ---

Large catches of shrimp being 666 number. 336 : .
brought In toFt. Pierce by the local THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN- ::
shrimp fleet. Four carloads of shrimp TabletsRelieves CLEWISTONLAU.ND'RY. :- )
Clewiston Phone 101 Florida _,
were shipped during the first weekof a Headache or Neuralgia In -- -

February bringing the total ship- 30 minutes, checks a Cold the flrat inc. -- --

ments for the season to approximately day, and checks 'Malaria In three EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST.

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other congressman. form an Important part of the work,1 chairman stated. 1 i I
FIFTH FLORIDA Another representative will 1:1,<( and plans will be worked out by a By a unanimous .vote, ;Mrs. Alfred

Florida a most Interesting new jrol special committee by 'Which the different E. Kay, Mrs. George Alexander Mc- PHONE 105
CONGRESSMAN IS lem-that of deristricting the present vegetables most in demand for Kinlock and Mrs. W. L. Kinglsey of

four congressiona disltrlcts Into five. oast coast markets :will be grown, Palm Beach were made honorary
NOW DISCUSSED What counties and cities to includein Mr Buck statcd.Orgmlzntlon members of tho new Club. FOR DINNER PARTY RESERVATIONSOR I

the newly created and the divided: of tho separate units Following the business session, Mr9
districts will offer some concern to will bo perfected this :week. The lcKlnlock'and Mrs. Kay entertained I .

Encreased Population Ss, Florida's present members of the Clowiston tmuit :was scheduled to tho Everglades women at tea. Those TO ARRANGE FOR GUIDES FOR

Shown By Census Is house, ... :;.i'' ..it! 1 meet at tho home Mrs..,P. M. Wright attending from Clewiston. were Mesdames -
this week. Elbert L.
Held A's Cause. GLADES WOMEN. It Is probable that .units will bo Stewart, Carl Berner. Tom Smith,
JOIN IN PLAN formed at Canal Point and Pahokeo Wilson S. Harvel, Julius Alston,' C. I

Florida will have a fifth memberof (Continued from Page 1) at a later date to bo Incorporated Into W. McDonald, H. A. Bestor,,. Splcor,
congress from the peninsular partof tho general organization but due W. T. Marfield and daughter Jane, THE CLEWISTON [INN .

the slate, according to estimatesof ward civic beautification of this section to the condition of tho roads between William Cecil Owen, Dick C. Miller, '. .
the census enumerators who are and the preservation of the wild theso communities and Belle Glade I J. 1C Mowry, Montgomery, F. M. CLEWISTON FLORIDA
at work "counting noses" in all partsof plants of the Everglades. Marketingof tho organization of such units seems Wright, Hudson, Leydig and F. L. The Center of Americas New Sugar Bo&l"

Florida. flowers and vegetables will also Inadvisable at present, the general Tatom. ..
Florida's population, according to
the last official census In 1920 was L.... .... .
968470. Population according to tho

official censuses of past years has

Been as follows: I860, 140,424; 1870,

, 187,748, 1880. 269,493; 1890, 391,422;
, 1900, 628,542; 1910, 752,619, and 1920 .
9668,470. KAY S E R

Florida took a special census of her Genuine

'. own In 1025 which showed a total of SuperfineHOSIERY

,... 854,585 whites and 401,733 negroes, ARROWSSwing
all colors, Including tho yellow race,

:. totaling 1263549. On July 1, 1928,
r'. the department of commerce made an
Easter Sale I 3 FOR $5.00
t.I.:>: 1411000.estimate of Florida's population at $1.19 $1.35 $1.65 "

r: The ratio of Florida's congressional .

'. representation Is one member of the
lower house for every 211877. This(

'. would entitle Florida to at least ant -

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James W. Scott and Flora A, Scott
... his wife, Complainants.
S. L. Lang and Alma Lang, his wife
.:: T. L. Land and Lillie Land, his wife,
Robert Taggart, Jessie Taggart, his
r- wife Defendants. Washable Print Dresses ATHLETIC TRUNKS

,i"',, -' It appearing by the sworn Bill of 22c 99C 43C.
,': Complaint filed In the above named
i i,' cause and fro mthe affidavit field Flat Crepe, extra quality all colors -:. ..
'\- therein that the places of residence INDIAN HEAD DRESSES ATHLETIC SHIRTS
:.. and addresses of the defendants, T. YD.
[' L. ,Land and Lillie 'Land, his wife, Is $1.49. 39C
l.:' No. 2925 Council Avenue, Hamtra- "
l',". mek, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, Georgette, colors _
and therefore beyond the State of SyOliD.d EASTER SILK DRESSES Dress Shirts, Printed Broadcloths
(: Florida and it further appearing by $119 '
F k Fh r;' said Bill and affidavit that the joint $9.95 89C ,
and or respective residences of Rob .
ert Taggart and Jessie Taggart is unknown .
, ._ and that it is not known 39C Yd. Children's washable frocks Genuine ."TOPKIS" UnionsMERCERIZED
'. whether they or either of them be
k residents of the State of Florida andr $1.25
::, further. appearing that there is no PONGEE 69c.
: 'person known to the complainants in
r. the State.of Florida service of a subpoena Yd. _-
upon whom would bind the
( four defendants above named or' SHOESLadies to &
eithmer of them; Printed Voiles and Dimities 99C $4.45MEN'S
II; And it further appearing by said colored Kid colors
: bUr and affidavit that the said de 33C Yd-
fendants are each more than twenty- ,. $4.39"EnJoie" PAJAMAS ;
F: one years of age.
'' said defendants, T. L. Land and
',. ;LIllie Land, This wife, Robert Tag S I 3QC Y d. Stylish Arch Supports
gart and Jessie Taggart, his wife, Pr- Overalls, Coats to match
and each of them be and they are i:1.$4.95 _
hereby required to appear to answer r 99CNUROTEX
,, to the Bill of Complaint filed herein
for the foreclosure of mortgage' upon I 30C Yd. Odd rack of Ladies shoes
the lands and premises therein Pr- SUITS
7;: named, to-wit: Striped $2.39 ,
" ..''. Lot 24 in Block 156 of Clewiston. Silk Madras $12.95.

;"', Florida. and that such appearance required be to 22C YD. Odd lot Children's shoes -
and the same is hereby
; of
12th day
before the *
be made on or
... May, A. D., 1930, at the office of the $1.49 .
,., Clerk of the Circuit Court in the ORGANDIES, ALL COLORS $1.39'
r:.: Court House in La Belle, Florida, 22C Yd' LADIES, PATENT SANDALS
said Bill
otherwise the allegations in WHITE 'PANTSCRETONNES
t of Complaint will be taken as cou- $1.98 Pr-
.. 4 defendants last above ,
L> fessed by the $189"WHOPEE"
w,;.'.' named and by each of them. .
this order of publication be published :: .. PANTSSHEETS
consecutive QQ Pr.
for four |
each week 1A
: once -
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of general circulation : ' weeks in a newspaper $2.95
; m Hendry County, Flonda '
and that four weeks publication thereof 99C Crepe Sole Sport Oxfords
}I be made prior to the return day WOOL DRESS PANTS
above named. $2.95
WITNESS my hand and officialseal PILLOWCASES $2.95
.. this 11th day of April. A. D., 1930 .
(Circuit Court Seal), IRe. MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS. .
i William T. Hull White Serge or Flannel ntsprCIAL'
a Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for $2.95' Hendry County, Florida.
CERTIFY that the pd.OJBOYS'
, above and foregoing is a true and ROMEO STYLE SHOES 'r.
correct copy' of the order .<>.f publica- SUITS
tion made by me and on file In my Ladies Hose, Double Vee Heel $1.98 Pro
-- office.(Circuit Court Seal) ggc Pro p /
William T. Hull Men's Sport Shoes, black & white
Clerk Circuit Court Hendry County, PINCHECK PANTS

Fla. EASTER > $4.89
4T HATS 99C Pr-

A special offering at MEN'S GOLF SHOES KHAKI PANTS

ROOMS FOR RENTBy L $1.98 $ !.95 $3.45 j $3.75 I 99CPr.h .

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$3.00$1.00 per per week day, SILK B LATE B R.00S MIN LADIES COATS

Meals ?t all hour DE CINE .

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