The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00279
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00279
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Date Max. MIn Hal August 7 ............................................ 18/J

i MAY TAKE HAND August S ......., 88 67 TOURNAMENT NOW IN PROGRESS August 8 ............................?............... 18.7 ON COMMERCIAL

August 0 ........ 91 71 August 9 ...._.........,............................. 18.7)

;: 1 IN DIKE! REPAIRING August 10 ........ 92 70 I August 10 ...........................:.............. 18.7

August 11 ...... 94 67 1.H: The American Legion Golf Tournament Those losing In the first night are August 11 .......................................... 18.7 SCALE SUCCESS

August 1292.. ... 68- enters Its third week of play ,now going' into the consolation flight August 12 .......................................... is.y _

Reports Have Been Sent August 13 ...... 93 73 with Shelly, Bracken, Mowry, Bar- and will draw partners this week. August 13 ..?..........."......................... 18.7 Elevators To
August 14 ...... 94 72 ker, Cole, Deam, Storey and Owenin I Several have already been matchedand Be Built In

: To Washington By Rainfall for week 1.34 inches. the running. In ,last week's play have played their first game. Okeechobee City

Engineers. Rainfall for year 42.26 inches. Mowry defeated Biggs, Shelly defeated The Legion tournament has been SCHOOL BUILDING Next Year.

I Highest temperature for week 1)1) White, Bracken defeated l one of the most interesting since the

; :" The United States Government is Lowest temperature for week 67. Crane, PLinkett defeated Wilson (de-1 I local golf course was! opened. Every! BEING PREPARED Everglades
r : corn is being milled at
being asked for financial aid to repair fault), Barker defeated Puryear, effort has been made to keep the Okeechobee. This
bit of
news brings
o and strengthen the dikes on Ycnowine defeated Parkinson: Cole: :I course in good shape and some fine FOR OPENING DAY another new industry! into the Everglades

'; Lake: Okcechobce. The government PUMPING PLANT TO defeated Hall, Diff defeated Noles,I I playing has been done: by several of .of Florida. With sugar, beans,

engineers at Washington have ordered Heard defeated Kelly (defaut) Deam the local players. A few dark horses tomatoes and the new
corn IndustryIn
i the government engineers In BE INSTALLED AT defeated Jackson (default) Alston have developed during the first : Full Nine Month TermIs full swing the Everglades sectionis

,j this district to Investigate the high defeated Stewart, Storeydefeated flight and these men will be watched self sustaining. According to information

:f water level and the conditions of FARMS Bestor, Hackett defeated Morgan with Interest as they progress along Expected l By received here last week

; the dikes. This work has been done SEMINOLE while Owens defeated Jeffries. the flight. Board.The five thousand pounds of corn was

by: the district engineers and their This week's play, Mowry defeated milled at Okeechobee

( report has been forwarded to ,Washington Boggs, Shelly defeated Blate, Bracken Local player will be found on the Clewiston school building Is high water that despite the
has hampered the
; 1 Peppers To Be Grown defeated Plunkett Barker defeat. greens every evening improving their
for action. A report on this being made ready for the opening on I harvesting of the crop on the northern
is be received atj ed Yenowine, Colo defeated Duff, putting or approaches. Negro caddiesare
matter expected to ; On Large Scale September 1st. All' outside wood shores of the lake.
j the Flood Control Office in West Deam defeated Heard, Story defeated kept busy chasing balls for work is beingpainted and tho bullcl- Strong
I i This Fall. competition will be made
:1 Palm Beach shortly. Efforts are also Alston, and Owen defeated Hack those wishing to Improve their driv Ing given a general overhauling.. this year between the southern Everglades

I \'fj. being made to dispose of the Flood ett. ing. Three teams will represent School will open two weeks from in the manufacturing of

l" Control Bonds and as soon as the legal Start of construction on the first Mowry will play Shelly Sunday, Clewiston In some nearby city this Monday and all teachers are expected sugar and the northern glades In the

, work has been done pertaining unit., of the pumping plant at Seminole Bracken to play Barker, Cole to play winter if the local pro can work out to be in Clewiston by the last of production of corn. A new Industry

to the Issuance of these bonds they Farms, east of here, was scheduled Deam, Storey to play ,Owen.TWENTYFOUR details. August. Due to the curtail of opera- i is being brought .into the glades every

'will be offered for sale and. the money for this week ,it was announced tion of the Southern Sugar Company I year with promising results.

turned over to the government yesterday by John K. Mowry, manager I the attendance Is not expected to I

with the hopes that they will start who said that with the equipment CARS VOTERS ARE URGED be as large as last year. Eight!: I planted Approximately in corn by 5,000 farmers acres on were the

work on the original ,cross-stale wa en route no time will be lost teachers will compose the faculty
northern shores of the lake. The
results -
j terway. in completing the pumping house with approximately 160 students In
OF ROCK PLACED TO REGISTER FOR form acreage yield was foundto
With the Flood Control Board under unit. The capacity of the pumps will attendance.
be satisfactory: and a grain elevator -
.. be 3,500 gallos ,0'( water pe'r minute. '
the direction of Senator Young ,
According'to the school .board{ will be built In Okeechobeenext
I : working for the interest of local landowners : The building. to house the' plant. is ON STATE ROAD NOVEMBERELECTION members a full nine month term Is year to store the crop. The
and those Interested in, the to beef l'elnfolsed'conc: ete 'and met
I. expected in the schools of Hendry Eagle subdrainage district has Its
upper Everglades taxes should be al lath construction! with steel' sash j
county. Last year tho junior high pumps working last week draining
paid. If the Everglades, drainage district use dthroughout. One. Mile Of Road T Registration Office IsOpen
: p opened a month ahead of the gram- the land for the first time since last
could collect the Everglades A feature of the construction, On I
Be Completed f' ThursdayFri. far school, under the new plan both May. This district will be drained
taxes due on lands in this section Mowrysaid, will be the concrete i
And Sat. schools are expected to complete the and preparations are being made to
Each Week. ; .
: '. additional work could be done. The roof, to be covered with .Celotex and >.. full nine month term.COMMITTEE plant the area.

!t Flood Control Board is working to tar. 'Three, thicknesses, of the Insulating $,
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'./ this end and every land owner should building board, are to be used. Forty men are at work 'on the Alice C.' Baijey, Supervisor of, Registration
I In touch with Mr. Young and ill for Hendry county, has announced F. L. WilliamsonTo
1'1. get With part of the overhead irrigation :. state highway east of Clewiston." NAMED

I : help in every way possible _to make system, now:: in operation pepper: Fourteen hundred feet of rock was that her office will be open Return HereWord

. (fl' : this section safe from flood waters seed beds are thriving, a high percentage laid on the road last Tuesday, according w; every. Thursday, Friday and Saturday

r 1:1: from the lake.i of germination Is reportedand to R. A. Shaw, local representative for the purpose of registering TO MG SOLDIERS has been received in Ulewis-

I I I there :are now almost 100.000 of the Powers Construction voters of Hendry county who I have ton that F. L. Williamson has recov-

i'l' E. C. Cole Moves young pepper plants under the irrigation Company. m ida not laws.registered according to the Flor HOME TO FLORIDA ered from his illness and has left

system. Twenty-four cars of rock had arrived Mayo Brothers sanatorium at Roch-
To Moorehead Minn. Heroffice will be the
,1,1, carshave open on
, Wednesday and eighteen ester, Minn., for Chicago. lilllnols,

'. been ordered.. ,.. to arrive.... each above days from now until October Ocala. To Be Meeting where he will spend several days
I i _'IntJ letter has been received forf :E. .n ..MI .'i-i., -'J' ,_* ->' ... ", *\&rr f\ "'"-O*>* fitter iwhlch: .the-',books::willRbetclosed, ; .il "triLbh A "Jj J*"f-rt| teir ...-.. ,, '
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-. .r.: NEW BAKERY 'ISOPENED lay for the next two weeks. According ,PI '""''''' Safe: wifti his danghtefr !!Martha.- it. ,411v4
I I C. Cole stating that he would be in According to Florida laws it will be ace or
to Mr. Shaw eighteen cars will iamson has many:: friends in Clewis-
J Moorehaed, Minn., after September necessary for each voter to registerat Committee.JACKSONVILLE.
be unloaded every day until the first ton who will rejoice In the fact that
V,,1 tJ1t.. 1st. Mr. Cole was city manager of HERE BY the county seat before he can par
two miles are completed. 'We expectto he has recovered his'ilth and Is
5 Clewiston for several He has ticipate in the general election. The .
', years. complete a mile of road each week A statewide expected to return to tl Jston; in.
I' been connected with the Dahlberg P. BRADLEYJ. qualifications are that have been
J you of thirty was, Appointed
stated Mr. Shaw and with five dump the near future.
J': .j' Interest for the past ten or twelve trucks that will carry five yards of I a resident of the state of Florida one at Orlando Saturday to coordinatethe

years and left Clewiston two years year, a citizen of Hendry county six efforts of Florida communities
rock at each load work will progress Oren UnhurtWhen
ago to become assistant to Mr. Dahl P. Braley, of Moore Haven, has rapidly. months and are twentyone years of': in their efforts to bring the proposed Jeffries

r f'': berg, President of the Celotex and opened the bakery formally occupiedby age. national, soldiers' home to Florida, Truck OverturnsOren
Traffic will be allowed on the roadIn .
'! Southern Sugar Company with head the Clewiston Bakery Company.Mr. There are several qualified votersin according to Ralph G. GrassfIeld,
about two weeks. this will be necessary -
!' quarters in Chicago. Mr. Cole nasJ' Bradley has been in the bakery Clewiston who have not registeredand manager of the Florida State Chamber Jeffries escaped probably fa-
before we can put the top
.. many friends in Clewiston who wish business in Moore Haven for, the should take advantage of this op of Commerce.This tal injuries Wednesday morning
surface as the road will have to
I him well in his new adventure past year.. He has, been baking alf on portunity. There will be a Republican state-wide committee headed when he overturned the Clewlston
," settle and the low places found will
the bread used by the Southern Sugar I and Democratic election in Flor- by Hermann ADanii, of St. Peters Dairy truck on the Sugarland High-
be built up to the present grade,
I PINEAPPLE SLIPS ORDERED Company in their commissary department ida in November. All those Interested burg, :will meet In Ocala upon the way. Oren had been going over the
stated the contractor.
., Mr. Bradley expects to In their party affiliations should call of the chairman at an early date milk route with a new employee and

order j give the people of Clewiston first register and take part in the election to begin its work. The state has I was returning to the. dairy when the'

:t class bakery service which will include in November. been divided into four areas, which accident occured.

:rI''1 '-. cently! sent to Porto Rico, by eight the baking of pies, 'cakes and I LEGION DANCE TO will be considered, along with the The truck turned over in a ditch,

.... Saint Lucie county growers, Alfred bread. I state's proposals for sites for the pro along the highway and the occupantswere

:1, :", Warren, county agent reported. The The local merchants are handlingMr. BE GIVEN AT BELLE LAKE REGISTERS posed home. These areas will be cut and bruised by flying milk

; slips are expected to arrive near the 'Bradley's bread and the demandis i carefully surveyed for their various bottles. Both received medical atten

i t.. 5 middle of August. growing states the owner GLADE TONIGHT 18.7 FOR PAStY I attractions of climate, soil and geographical -I tion at the local hospital and were

I :' location. able to continue with their work.



; ;. THE LOCAL GOLF COURSE( IN PAR Attend From A t Highest Stage I

:" :"' -...... Clewiston.The Since 1926 Storm YEAR ARE APPROVED BY BOARDMeeting

i Hole No. 4; 523 yards; Par 4. Belle Glade Post of the Am. Records Show.The :. I
hall hooks to the rough beyond the -
M> Good's drive just clears the end ot erican Legion "will hold their usual I as an equlalzatlon board operated, it would require a levy of
big bunker on the left. He finds his lake level has been at a standstill
; the canal bank and lands on the dance tonight at the Legion Hall Iv the county commissioners met last approximately 48 mills to raise the
ball teed up by some cuttings so he for the past two weeks registering I
right side of the fairway, about -10, Belle Glade. The hall has been given t Thursday in LaBelle: to consider tax same amount of money spent by the
uses his brassie, the tendency of a 18.7. Very litt' rain has fallen "
I:'p'-' his brassie played acroos the first adjustments for the 1930 roll. Tno old board. '
ball played out of the rough Is to a coat of stucco and is also one of 5n thIs section during Hi's month
bunker leaves him in ,the fairway past roll due to
was delayed thirty days
It is a good policy to reduce
ho finest liverglades.
halls In
slice and this Is his
: no exception, so which: is very unusual for this sea
about 90 yards short of the green, high water over the West end of the and to meec
shot goes across the fairway into the Playing of good music by the son of the year. 1C tho Everglades encourage
but in a nice place to play from. county. Hurd L. Reeves tax assessor
their obligations, but there is sucha
rough on the right. By now he has Brown Farm orchestra is one of the section can escape the usual September -
He selects his
mashie nlbllc and presented the roll and placedthe reducing the taxes below
reached a point where it is possibleto features of the evening. Quite a nuiner rains and winds, lake conditionswill as
"II as the shot is only a half shot he county _valuations at 2200000. the level that will provide sufficient:!
carry the rest of the rough and of local people attend the dance not be as serious iv might be
up grip and takes a This was a decrease of $600,000 over to meet the county obliga
closer stance reach the fairway, but in an attempt each week and a good crowd' is ex- indicated with the hlcrh l''ko: level. money
there is very little last year and cut the taxes approximately tions. If this. should occur the tax.
to put all he has on the ball petted to attend the dance tonight. According to authorities the lake
V movement In
I body a shot of this sort 20 per cent over the entire would suffer more than if the
I all the he hits an Inch or so behind the ball is now at its highest level since payers
{ as work is done with the county. Valuations were raised in valuations: were allowed to remain
and that is where all the power I 1926 and probably the highest ever
hands and arms. At the finish of a the Clewiston section but lowered the same and the millage cut. The
stayed! out In four, on in five and 5133,133.34 Spent to be recorded In August.
properly executed shot this
of type over the balance of the county. The new proposed budget is advertised .In
the club head will down In seven Is the stad story for ByHendry Commissioners All dikes have been built to a
be pointing at the
county commissioners, raised the assessment this Issue of tho News and should
I cup and the' right hand will be on Century.T I I twenty foot level and if possible will to $2,210,000 and 'after being be ,studied by those interested la

.1'j' S the top. Two putts and Good has,another be raised higher during thi'S: month. with of a
swinging with all his might and county com m Issloners presented a copy pro- county affairs.
conditions have been unfavorable
par.Ninety's. falling away as usual hits tho hall spent $133,183.34 during the past Farming posed budget, that had been pre
\ in this section due to high
J drive just clears the wa- with the toe of his club and curves year instead of approximately $HJO) ,- pared by the clerk of the board, it SOUTH FLORIDA POULTRY
ter and his brassie up the fairway Is right up the canal and goes pink. 000.00 as stated by the News last water. Considerable land lying between was found that 29 mills was proposed .

'I i. well played leaving him about a Ground rules allow him to re-tee and weok. We have received so many the highway and the lake has to bo levied. The assessed COOPERATIVE ORGANIZED
: : been under water for the past month.
number four iron shot left, he elects play two, this time he tops the shot calls during the past week regarding valuations last year was 2,800,000and

I I to use his mashie and as usual when and it almost reaches the canal, to this Item that we feel like the announcer the millage was set at 32 mills. F011T LAUDEUDALE!: : lI'1a.--'l'ne

I '. trying to get a little more distance, make a long story short it Is a repetition of WSB, in Atlanta, Georgia GOOD CROPS IN LEON With this large decrease in valua- South Florida Poultry Cooperativehas

I m-- sacrifices direction and lands In the of bad shots until he reaches "We cover Hendry county like tions and the "millage cut to 29 mills just been organized, and a large,

I rough at the right of the green, his the green in egiht and to keep a the dew." Beg your pardon commissioners TALLAHASSEE, Ia.-Cornpros.-' local tax payers are wondering if the number of poultrymen from Martin

:l.\ niblic out of the long rough and two man from quitting, he sinks a 20-foot- wo realize you have tried to pects in Leon county look about 20, now board will be able to meet all Palm Beach Broward, and Dade

putts give him six. I er for his nine and hope Is again keep the expenditures of the county percent better than -last year's yield obligations during the coming year.If counties have signed contracts to begin -

Century knowing that 'It taKes restored. down and congratulate you on the and the cotton crop is considerably the now board can operate the with the Association September
I. about 170 to carry the water, pulls Score: Good 5 6 1930.31 on 1, C. E. Matthews, county agent
Ninety Century way you ha\'e. conducted the affairs better, G. C. Hodge_ county agent, county during the year
his shot across his body and. the 7andT9. 5 board ,has here reported
of the county. ..,' reports.. the same basis as the old ,

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THECLEWlStOrtEW have, however, nothing to be .prow 'WORLD-WIDE) SIFTINGS have headquarters in Montreal, Can by '21 hours' the navigable distance,

!1 of, as this is the first month in : ada. Abandoned: babies have been : botween the east an'd west coasts of

1930 in which such a decrease ha' -- found on doorsteps of houses-within. I the United States.
Published Friday at
been recorded. The total loss for the a 100-mile radius of Montreal. Detectives $1,000,000,000 of old style
.. paper
Clowiston Florida By Universal News Service '
first six months of the year wa have made one arrest. money Is still in circulation. A million ', .
to $230,,- John Sheley, a* mason, of Theres; house in Columbus, Ind., for sniol and
Publish( corresponding
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... ?2t ,339,771, a quarter dollars in a'style
j 0 2,795 for tho same period last N. Y., spent his Sbth birthday. built the c ty's fire department was calk At a fire near Salem,. Oregon water of currency discontinued 30 years.

Entered at the Postoffice at Clev year. In short, we have 'so far destroyed Ing a stone cillmne)'. to the scene. was lacking, so firemen commandeered ago is also still outstanding. -

istnn Florida, as second class matte: ; over 12 million 'dollars' wort:: milk supplies to quench Uu

SUBSCRIPTION RATES of property more than In l'J2'J.! Edna Cooper", ,of Oklahoma City; Radio receiving sets ,ai-e taxed 45 flames.As President Hoover will name a commission
often Okla., is planning a lone flight! across cents a month In Hungary: 'l'lie mocey to consider the
One Year ................................:::..... $2.50 It cannot be too repeate proposed
Six Mouths\ ...................A....::......... 1.50 that the United States has the mos the Atlantic Ocean. is used to maintain the cow Mrs.\ : Lucy .Vorback, 70 .yearrold "universal draft" amendment to the

Three Months\ .................?............. .75 gigantic fire loss, both total and per try's radio stations: ,' of Washington, D. C.. alighted\ Constitution of the United States, '-
capita. in the world. Our carelessness ,. The smallest woman in the Britis from a street car, her hand war covering the taking of private prop

ADVERTISING! RATES In the matter of fire has become Isles Is Mary Hegarty: of Uoncga IJ. F. Ilnnseu: of.near. Savonbur: ', caught in an 'automatic door, and erty in time of war, and to study

Forty-five cents per inch. No di:; : a national menace-and a nrtional who is 2 feet S inches tall. I II.,:-",, recently: offered a 20 acre farm: Mrs. Vorbeck: run a block before her "methods of equalizing, the burdens

count for plates. ,No, special position I disgrace. Every year we' sacrifice house, barn, corn, crib, chicken l1oiao hand was released Although the wo- and to remove the profits of.war."

guaranteed. All advertising cop;} thousands of lives and half n A course in Hebrew Is now Inclui and cyclone cellar ,In exchange for< man was out of breath, she was unhurt -

must be in this orfice on Wcdnesda; billion dollars in property valueS, ed in the curriculums of New \or: 2 automobiles.The Charles Augustus Lindberg, 'Jr.,. '

before Issue of paper. And. at the most conservative estimate and Chicago high schools.A has received the heaviest mall of) ,
any child in history. In addition to
at l least SO per cent of thi thriving town of Miss Nina Petrovna Demney, Z'S

WAITING FOR A LEADER waste is entirely unnecessary.Two swarm of' locusts, 2 miles ,mid Creek, in western Canada, has closed years old, of Lenigrad, Russia, whois gifts from all over the world there

factors are responsible for 20 miles long, invaded Palestine and Its police station and discharged 113 a member of 'the Soviet Arctic expedition are 300,000 letters stored in a ware-

What the people of the state need the waste-carelessness and ignc- devoured all vegetation. :'i policemen. Nobody has been arres has arrived in Franz Joepsn hmlse.at. ,St. Louis, M....:.

right now is the name of the man: ranee. It Is carelessness that allow:: cd in the town within the past 7 Land, Miss Petrovna Is the worlds .

who has the plan and the business us to drop cigarettes where we finish It may be possible, in the lutur years. first woman Arctic explorer NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

statesmanship: to refinance the con:. with them; let wiring go uuat. to heat ]homes by radio. A tube lo' '
sol. and has been developed.A Hanging his pants on a tree limb swallows Invaded lI NOTICE is hereby given that under --
monwealth into u condition of tended; pile trash in corners this purpose A flock of 200 and by virtue of the final decree

vency.: If she were any other sort or I the like. Ignorance has bred the attitude -, to dry after a day.s fishing. Ben 1J'' I I the home of Evan Quinn at (Hen entered in the Circuit Court in and

corporation than a constitutionally: I of "Let the insurance company baptismal record ,book which] hey, of Monroe, Mich., laid down tc I field, N. Y., by way of the chimney. for Hendry County, Florida, in a,,

immune sovereignty she would be in' pay ,for it"-as if insurance com received its Hits entry, in 1764, -Is; a nap. When he awoke, he discovered I After the swallows left the house, :\11:\ i cause therein pending 'wherein; JamesW. -

a bankruptcy court this, minute and panics could pay losses wthiout, In still in use in a church at Hanover. somebody had stolen his pants an more birds were found suffocated ,ill' Complainants. Scott and and Flora S. L.A.Lang Scott and are II

a federal receiver, ,\would be trying tc turn, collecting from policyholders, !! Pa. $300 in his wallet. the chimney and furnace flues, others are defendants, I will offs I

straighten out h tangled. finances,. It should be thoroughly understcod which were completely clogged. for sale and sell to the highest and I

to pay her debts and keep her il goIng that every fire, whether or not the The Salvation Army in New YorJ\: John Hayes 59 years old; ,withoi best' bidder for cash at the front '

concern.. -' property is insured, represents a pel"manent City fights alcoholic beverages by;)' a job and hungry knelt a moment In Asserting 'that he broke his teethon door of the Court House in LaBelle,
Hendry County Florida, on the 1st cL"
The above is written about tile economic loss that must be selling buttermilk at 2 cents a glass, prayer, ,gave a :yell and leaped into a nail embedded in a loaf of day of September, 1930, during the

state of Georgia, and appears in The paid for, directly or indirectly, by, the Chesapeake Bay- at Baltimor, bread, Thomas Shields, of Pittsburgh legal hours of sale, the following described -

Atlanta Constitution, ,a newspaper the entire community.Our An infection produced by a scratch \\ld., with suicidal Intent. He was Pa., has filed suit for $20,000 against property, to-wit:

which knows what it.is. talking fire loss will go down when if a rose thorn, caused the death oMrs. rescued and given, a home. a baking company. Lot 24 in Block 156 of Clewiston,
Hendry County, Florida,
about. Ada Dugro, of Poughkeepsie, I
American citizens take commonsense ; said property together with appurtenances -
'To: some extent, what Georgia ; precautions In their homes; and N. Y. "Bing," the only dog decorated for Zara Agha, of Turkey, who claimsto being then and there ,sold

needs is also the paiamoiuit need places of busines, and when they are service with the A. E. F. in France< be 156 years old, is now touring in accordance with, and to satisfy

lierQ. But- ,where Georgia has I $,OUU- .10 l longer deaf and blind to the simple Led by a beautiful girl, masked was given a military funeral follov. the United States. said said sale.decree, together with costs of

000 in floating debts as a state liability rules of fire prevention. bandits in Warsaw; Poland, entered ing its death at Dennison Ohio. '1'he I
This the 31st day of July, _1930.
Florida has none. A few of: a bank in daylight and escaped with dog had been assigned $GO a month: I Dorothy Edwards. 19 years old, I. B. A. BALES, Special Master

Florida's cities will have to refinance ANOTHER FLORIDA ASSET $50000.? is a soldier's pension. !. paused, a moment beside an old palm I in Chancery. .

the pay their bonded debts. A few ,," tree at the city plaza, San Diego; I. M. COUSE, Solicitor for Complain

of Florida's counties 'will have high We find mention of Florida In unexpected Chiswichk, England, has the largo The city of Los Angeles, Calif,.. calif., when 'Withoutvaring the tree ants. August

taxes because of bonds or extravagant places;. but we did not an- est thermometer in the world, HJ will spend $38,000,000 to obtain amadequate : I top broke away' and fell upon her.

officials, but the large majority icipate one such 'as this, a letter, scale is 7.feet. wide and the' length: supply" of water, by buyini She died from the Injuries. NOTICE

are sound. rom a reader printed: verbatim in over 20 feet.William 5'towns. and numerous"farms to put I I I -,
sicknessin claims that the Is I :Mrs. Ida Galbraith, of Chicago, In
But to get the financial he Greenville (S. C.) News: m end_ to compliance with section 263

Florid! entirely cured,. we must Wo only have about 4 chicken Hayes, of Chicago, 111" lobbing other communities of water. I' clamped her lips together with adhesive Compiled General Laws of Florida,
into Lake NOTICE Is hereby given that the
have just what Georgia I Is l lookingfor :' homebrew i. tape and jumped
Easter Sunday 4 day tied to death when a bottle of
Ights a year registration books
; I of Hendry county
I her life. A purse,
a man with a plan and the ,ability of July, Thanksgiving day: and_ Xmas exploded in his hands severing Oscar Woetzold, of Meuselwifj, Michigan, ending will be open'at the officeof the Supervisor
served to
to present_ n-lainlr, and a legljjlqiure. lay. But we have about desided to a in artery. Germany, despondent because or aped: to the woman's' body I of Registration of Hendry

I that will economize and adopt and to orlan- business} reverses, dived into a can! I make identification' positive. I' county, Florida in the Court HouseDf
;liange our program go said county on the first Monday
such a plail. do: "fla. once a year to the garden Government planes deliver mal Iron of molten iron in his blast fur I More: than $37.000,000 worth of I In! August, 1930, and on Thursday
well Florida has Northern Canada: outposts and p"erished. Friday and Saturday of each week
Georgia, as as pot of the world where they are no regularly] to lace United States Government bonds, on
to realize that the ad valorem that formerly received mall thereafter until the second Saturdayof
come aw. on chicken, fighting._ It wont cost which interest has ceased are still the month proceeding the day_ of,
tax on real estate 'as the principal btJt) very litUs ,.more and we will be once> or, twice'a year, Policeman S. S. Robertson Les- in the hands of investors. Because he;; general election in 1930, from

means of getting revenue has become I rotected by the law. We will _note ington, ,Ky., shaves himself with ;a. of carelessness, owners of the securities 9> o'clock a. m. to 12 a. m. and from

outmoded.. Georgia, turns toward ) rob of our\ best Chickens. It don't A Surry highboy store than ,101 azor said to be 154 ;years old. are losing $1,000,000 interest 2 i! o'clock p. m. until ,5 p. m. for the.
._ egistration of electors. -
ber-,! come tax and gross sales I. cost': but, $25 to sta ydown there 3 years old, onced owned by'' Henry -.1 reavly., ,, ALICE C. BAILEY, Supervisor: ; -.

tax to provide the money. Florida I lays.: If old S. .C. wouldnt be so 31ay", has been purchased l ,'b'y} tho The will of Mary T. Howland, ocw Registration, Hendry County, Flor

likes neither method but has _available ight she could get those $25 and \Metropolitan Museum of Art, at .Lexngton N Bedford, Mass., ,bequeated $25, When sucked into a swimming pool ida. fJltlfji5

sufficient income, and the pros open) up and let us have a cock clubn Ky.r for 45000. i iQO and a, home to :\11'. and' Mrs. '1'. drain and carried 150 feet through a14inch tl
pect of much more from a slight tax our slate. They is over 100,000 dol- A. Benson, ,on condition 'that the: pipe to a hill side vhere It KILL THEM TODAY ,

on corporations and a slight tax on ars paid i to the state of fla. from alltarts l Since the recent birth of her baby are: for her pet dog. emptied, Bernice Trine. 11 years oldf

such products as phosphate, lime of the, country. All roads are \tfrs. Ralph Moody, 12 years old, ol ) Quiucy, 111., had a terrifying experience

rock, citrus and timber to enable her i pave) there. If S. C. would throw fork, Pa., is believed 'to be theoungest Teeth and jawbones of a pre dledg.1:- 1is. and avery- narrow escape

to ]lift the state ad valorem tax on : a iway the law on chicKen{ flailing )- mother in' the United one monster were found by from'! death.
real .and : in the intracostal water
personal pioperty. States; digging
we could have every road in S. C.aved.
And above all, Georgia Is finding vay near Carolina: Beach, Virginia Although a year has passed since Stearns7 Electric Paste

that the tax dodger Is of the 9 inches long and 2 I-'.: he new, smaller notes 'were intro- 0
one The indignant writed doubtless! in- Surgeons at Denver, Colo:, found The teeth are IS GUARANTEED TO KILL

chief roots of her financial illness. ends to convey the idea, that 1<'101"- ud removed an assortment of small riches in diameter and weigh sever .luced In the United States more than Cockroaches, Water-bugs, Rats,

Such is also the case in Florida. 1da derives a revenue of $100,000 an- jolts and nuts from the stomach or ai pounds ea ii. Mice and Land Crabs. ***338&& r
This state waits now for next Albert United States Army engineers are Minions of people have used it during
Achouemau aged 4
tually from cock fighting; and he years. I
April to determine ellier we have( Wine glasses which have been used now ,making a survey for a proposed the past 52 years.
South Carolina for driving Sold Everywhere
such a leader in the governor's office eproves House, home of the anal, 183 miles long through Ni-
Bodenhausen $1.25
this lucrative industry. Furth- On August 14, Oscar ( in the 2 ounces 35c-15 ounces v
and such a legislature in the way Washington, D. C., have aragua, which, if built, will shorten MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS
rmore, he intimates that the sportf of'St.. Joseph, Mo.\ will begin a resident,
halls above the times demand-Miami barrels and storedy
as in
the been
chicken combat has had much todo world tour paying expenses
i Hoover. .
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with the gratifying fact that "all imes he has saved during the past order of President I
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tbe[ roads are pave" in Florida ana 20 years ;-
"You are charged," said the Judge, William Connolly, 9 years old, of
that South Carolina could attain a
"with beating up this government 'enterville Md., stepped on a board ..:.
Maryville : E. B. Ad- C ,
w imilar standard of perfection if it At Tenn. as ; = :: : : : :: :: -:>
inspector. What hate you to say? protruding nail penetrated his : : ,
he re- :ind a '-
would "throw ,away the law on chicks kins, a barber was dying
"Nothing replied the effort to pull the
grocer.Ml his
'. fighting." The Greenville News nested that he be buried in a barer's rIght foot.
am guilty. I lost, .my head_ All morning ommenls that this citizen should suit and white shoes. His 1'0quest nail from his right foot, he stepped
I held my temper while government I another nail with his left foot.
fulfilled. on
ome forth from obscurity and rUIlfor was
t '" <
agents inspected my scales, the Legslature. lie is a disciplef I ItlAK YoUR SELF A T HO4
tasted my butter, smelled my meat, the good South Carolina states Chaa.: W. Cook, of Philadelphia: A- charitable institution at Sydney
graded my kerosene. In addition, Australia is repotted to have lost
Pa. has modeled life- fze statuef ,
manship which holds that any action l ; a
your honor I had just answered because a secretary was dls-
Washington r 50,000
I is; legal that has as its ultimate aim George '
three federal questionnaires Then: when he tartly refused to
lade from old It weighs: courteous,
le paving of our highways.
this bird comes along and wants to How Charles McNess, philanthio- A FEW CHOICE ROOMS
We do not and cannot vouch lorIs
take moving pictures' of my cheese, see the governor. McNess tore
p st to :
statement that Orlando is the AVAILABLE.
so I pasted him in the eye."-Boston check for $50,000 and gave the ARE NOW
,garden spot of the world" because The honeymoon trip of Mr. and p a .-' '..
News Bureau. I secretary the fragments: ; ". ... .
"they are no law on chicken flght- ''Mrs.[ Lloyd Burns was delayed Jn :Settle ; '

ing., We have, heard rumors that Wash.; while police hunted lor '("':),:: : ',: :, -," \" .
THE TARIFF COMMISSION I Sausages made of whale meat and '. .
cockfighting is a popular pastime the thief who stole the bridegroom'swooden
roasted grasshoppers sprinkled with REASONABLE RATES
there, but Orlando isn't advertising leg. .
The new Tariff Commission of six < rickets, were served at a dinner in
It. However, that city's fame in this
members will administer the flex particular has reached South Carolina After a lively chase, police, at Mo- Paris, France, recently. :,"HOMELIKE:: SURROUNDINGS

ible provisions of the 1930 Tariff and certain citizens of that state' bile, Ala., caught a monkey that had .:,'

-Act. are contemplating going there vbere found pleasure in plucking feathers While an impovershied Mexican .". "
It is stated that President Hoover farmer was plowing a plotof land
from the backs of squawking chick-
they can be "protected" and stay
desires to make the Tariff Commis- awarded him by the Government or TRY OUR SUNDAY DIN lERSCLEWISTON'S
three days for $25. In the absenceof ens. ,
sion a permanent scientific body exico[ under its agrarian laws, he
,direct information_ on this phaseof
working continuously and exclusively turned a_ pot filled with old Span-
this latest Florida boost we'll Although she is only IS years old, : up
on this subject in somewhat theway pieces valued at. more than
Ish gold
have to refer the whole matter to Irs. F. A. Fitzbaugh, of Auburn,
the Interstate Commerce Commission "Bill" Glenn and Karl Lehmann. Neb., Is ,the mother of 11 children, I $ 10,000.

works at our railway rate Tampa Tribune. including 2 pairs of twins and a set POPULAR HOTEL
structure. of triplets. 'To dispense with the wearing of

If he succeeds in this attempt he spectacles, specialists in London,
will have accomplished more toward ngland, have devised a method ot
MEETING DISTON ISLAND When a swarm of bees were re
taking the tariff out. of politics than DRAINAGE DISTRICTThe moved from behind the weather- fitting under the eyelids extremely

any Chief Executive in the nation's boarding of C. D. Cotte's house, near t tin lenses that tho wearer can casl- HOTEL'MRS.
history. The time annual land owners meetingof THE WATANABE
; is ripe for such Fairmont, Mont., three wash tubs of 1y remove or replace.
an effort. The country is tired ol Distort Island Drainage District -
will be held at the Court House in honey was obtained. '
seeing "tariff tinkering" made a, partisan Moore Haven, Florida, on September Marcus Hartmau, 19 years old, of CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.

football and a log-rolling con 5, 1930 at 3:00 o'clock P. M. During the World War, under lire ''abash, Ind., charged with violation
test.- One of the purposes of this meeting "
': P. E. Bingham of Orange, Calir., of the prohibition laws, was sen-
is to elect a member of the
Board of Supervisors of said district. gave aid to a wounded French soldier need to aalend Sunday school reg--

FIRE IN 1930., ?..'.. .- J. E. FRIERSON Chairman whose father died recently and ularly[ for C months. ::::: ::. =,= :: : : : = = = : : = =

l -" Board ,of Supervisors. left Bingham $60,000.; I
During June, the fire loss In the J. M. Couse, Secretary, '. A gang that: makes a business of

United States was' 532,52866$1787.397 :;< ,- Aug. 8-15-22 : Mistaking a thick swarm of gnats abandoning unwanted babies, chargng '

less than In, June. 1929. We I curling about the tower. of the court $50 for each job, is' believed to """ .. .. "P... -. ,, _Y"j'f; =z.K"".1.-.. .l .'Y..,,.,. :!:t.


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'!if>i>.,!(/"ii'1lh....''i''i">i1i,Hiiir w'lHli" |i, iU'l'iftl/ ("W, is reported.
Jove affair in the hope that it will later '
/ than usual. The cream 'business
La Belle NewsIi1,11111ft11111111x1.M11th111h1111N11 -' -
; I prevent the boy from marrying an is growing rapidly, Mitchell

/ I i Ut WN111 I/h111/ r- Tax Collector James L. Taylor mo actress. Wilkins, county agent, reported.

/iJ == al3f == tored to Clewis ton Friday. Gavin Gordon, a newcomer to the
By George Loveland Pettee screen, plays opposite Miss Garbo
assuming both the role of the old
i Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bauer left La
I The Hendry county school boardat Belle Friday for the West whore they bishop and that, of the Impetuous

f I their meeting last week, selectedthe will make their home In the future.E. clergyman as seen in the flashback. EEA ..
II I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel and New York. following teachers for the com His capable performance is matched

;' Margie spent Sunday I in Stewart, ing year. Miss Corinno Jones, Home D. Treadwell of Treadwell and by that of Lewis Stone as a member

Fla. Margie will stay over for a visit Dr. Ezelle' and, .A. W. Sias spent Economics; Miss Mildred Rhodes, Treadwell of Arcadia was a business of New York's old aristocracy, whllo

with relatives. Thursday in Palm Beach. Spanish and English; Miss Ann visitor in La Belle Friday.. other excellent portrayals are given

i Presnell, History; E. E. Laney, ninth by Elliott Nugent as the bishop's:

Alston-"motored Mr. and J Mrs. Ed Butler enter- grade; Mrs Florence Heath, music The grandson, Florence Lake as his
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hendry county commissionersat 1 ,
tained at a farewell party Saturday and seventh and eighth grades; and sweetheart, Clara Blandlck, Henry t
to Shawano.. Thursday, afternoon tor their meeting Tuesday, August 5, I
night,, in honor of Miss Louise Wal- Carl i;. Hoyer, principal. Armetta: Mathilde Comont and Countess -
the ball game., passed a resolution to be sent to A.
-. dron., Dancing was the feature of tho! For the grammer school: Gus Pad- T. Spencer of the State Bureau of ; Nina de Llguoro.
i Messrs. Emmet. Shelly.' t and Hatch evening's 'entertainment.l Those en- gett, principal; and the following Agriculture requesting aid from the Clarence Brown directed, with his THE I' CLEWISTONLAUNDRY Rj L'. '. r 5 ,

Palm Beach Joying" the party were, Misses Louise teachers: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Federal usual finished artistry.A CO.
I attended the show .In government of thirty thousand ,
Waldron Frances Tippey, Ulsie Hare Richards Mis. Helms
Clyde -Mrs. dollars
Sunday. to be loaned to Hendry
Roberta George, Bettie Willits and Cecil Jackman and Miss Maude Ma- I county fnrmersx who had crop fall- John Monk Saunders story has You will never have any occasion,

Messrs.\ W. SSlas been done Into j
I Dan Fulford, A. gill. a dramatic screen epic -
Mr. Murray of the' Moore Haven tires last senson. In the future to regret your ,patronage -
I tfJorace Houze; Henry, 'Storey. Grant- Alto Hires and Harvy Dyess were : by, Richard Barthelmess ,and It

j Sales 'Company business.I ;wasMn. Clewlston. ton George, Dick White!; Norman, given the bids for transporting the Mrs. H. A. Rider and family are plays Monday through Friday _at the, with Clewlston's up-to-date laun,

I( 1 [ Tuesday on -.- Storey, Earl Crawford, Earl White, children to and from the Hendry expected to return to LaBello Friday Kettler Theatre. is ,a. Firt, NationalVitaphone 'dry. Pleasing particular people has .'

I ,Leland Crews,, Betor Nail,, Harvey county schools. production called "The
illel motoring after spending several weeks with
' i party
Forming a cong become habit with
, i Guthrie, Bobby Hare Campbell Nail, relatives in Dawn Patrol and as its name ,might a us. r
l 1 to Belle Glade to attend the Georgia.
i 1 Merrel Lowe, William Hooks, Victor Miss Frances Hubert visited her imply it narrates the tense and S
dance Friday night were: Mr. and
I i Mrs.; W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mr. and ,Mrs Blate Frank Hirsch and Dr. Ezelle. sister, Mrs, Chapman ,of,,Felda Sun The' LaBelle City commissionersmet thrilling: story of 'a group of British CLEWISTONLAUNDRY

I Delicious refreshments consisting of day. flyers in, the early years of the World .
Tom Smith, Misses Evelyn Kelly, regular session Tuesday. All inc.
I punch and cake were served at a War whose courage and bravado in ,
I Bee; Marshall Josephine Knight! members 'were present except Commissioner I EL PASO AVE.&SANBONITAST.' ,
late hour. Evan Carlson is visiting his brother facing overwhelming odds created a
i Messrs., Tom Shelly, J. A. Plunkett Miller. The minutes of the,
i and Hatch. the Reverend Carlson. previous meeting weer read and ap condition unique ,in the, entire conflict CLEWISTON FLORJDA

Mr. Art Lawrence and Miss Jew- .
proved. The two members recently
//1' i 1: el Lowe spent Saturday in Palm Mrs. R. T. Collins and children of Saunders is the author of "Wings" fifour Snow ice Laundry
; elected, W. P. Andrews and Grover
1 : Mr. Allen Powel spent : the weekend -
" '
I Beach. Georgia have returned to .LaBelle. ,to 'Hill, 'Legion of ,the Condemned" and oth-
\ in Fort !Myers were .swron in.:
I i''1.\\ ,\ join her husband *> ,,R. T. Collins, Treadwell and Treadwell, City At- er air stories. The director of "The

Mr. Sam Woodham left Sunday manager of the B & B Store, and would Dawn Patrol" is Howard Hawks, 6,66
torneys, resigned
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Christian returned stating they S
I for Belle Glade where he will ..spend will live in the Heudrickson homeon Is himself a licensed pilot and hasa
have no further connection with the
i Wednesday for ma trip to l" t.
a week. Main street. large following as an author and
I Myers and Everglades City tax suits .pendIng! Appointment' of a Relieves..a Headache or, Neuralgia, In

Moore Haven attorney was consid, director. 30 minutes, checks, a Cold the first.
Mr. ,J. F. Tippey spent Tuesday In Misses Edith and Maude Magill Barthelmess' enacts the role of '
Misses Marshie and Charlotte I day, and checks Malaria, In three
Alva on business.Mr. and Margaret Pfluge have returnedto ered.The preliminary tax assessmentroll Courtney, commander of the squadron -
Avant and Ula Jacobson and Joe Cato days.
LaBelle from Tallah see. They who loathes his job of s.endlng
was accepted.: The assessmenthas
in Palm Beach :
I attended the show T. W. Waldron and lamiiy "schoolboy" to their inevitable 666
i will visit relatives here. been reduced about fifty per flyers ALSO IN TABLETS.
i Wednesday night. have moved to Arcadia where they death. He is supported by, Douglas
cent. Mr. Goodno came before the

r'j Mr. and Mrs. George Heinz re- will make their home.Messrs. Mr. and Mrs. Heath are back ill board requesting the support of the Fairbanks, Jr. and, Neil Hamilton, in ,

LaBelle again. community in an effort with the Sea- the two principal characterizationswhile
I turned Wednesday from G. V. Hudson, Bob Han- the other parts are played by s opPOWER
board Air Line Railway to maintain
!i Springs, Fla., where they have been cock and Hall spent Sunday in Palm Gardner James, Edmund Breoii,
i Mrs. Heinz' mother. Norman Story is visiting i Selden passenger and freight service to La

I I visiting Beach. Stewart, Jr.! this week. Belle. The Marshall was Instructed Clyde Cook, James Finlayson and

i! to cut off the water supply where William Janney. .
Messrs J. A. Plunkett, Hackett ti Mr. and Mrs Roy Green and son i
Mrs. Clara May Market of Arca- rental was not paid.
[ 'i and Hatch were in Palm Beach Sun: Roy ''Jr., attended the show in Palm o cy
I dia who has been the guest of Miss
clay 'Minnie Wooten returned to her home Wi
I Mr. and Mrs. Seldon L. Stewart
i Sunday. and family and Norman Storey. motored -
: Fla.
Springs, Walton
j Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crouch returned Tom Shelley left Sunday fora -
to Fort Myers Wednesday.The COMPANY
I ''J I Monday after spending the week's vacation in Miami. County farmers have an excellent
The Queen Esther bible class met
( Caroll- crop of cotton this year. Dry weather
; ''I I summer in North and South
I c 1'1' I at the Methodist church Thursday has cut
Lna corn crop about half, I
Maryland. Mr.
and and Mrs. H. A. Land and Miss
: I afternoon, Mrs.. Pfaff and Mrs. A. L. and
early feed for hogs'are
:Marshie Avant spent Tuesday in u1i crops
I Taylor as hostesses. A very instructive ,,
I p.:. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alston were in Palm Beach shopping. ,
religious program after which
,Moore Haven Sunday. .
a delightful musical and social hour Palm 'BeachTheatres ,' ,' :,:,:, ,',:,,:,',''-c= c'.c',','c ,c,:" = =
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Guthrie left the
was enjoyed by twelve ladies and
: jt
!! Mrs. Shaw spent Wednesday in past week for Lakeland to make .It
Reverend Carlson.
1 toPat ;
II i ( Palm Beach; ". their home. Mr. Guthrie was form- -
Delicious refreshments of fruit .
i erly connected with the Clewiston "SAVANNAH'S BEST" ':
punch and cake were served. Members -
I Mr.. and Mrs.,:Dave.. Alston motored Furniture Company.
''I'' r .' present were Mrs. Phfaffi, Mrs.A. .

,' '! G I:to Belle Glade Sunday.. ., L. Taylor, Mrs. G. O. Ross, Mrs. AT. THE KETTLER SAVANNAH S
I Now Time For TruckersTo M. J. Bush. Mrs May Magill, Mrs.
i 0 Mr. and., Mrs. Richard Small are at
Consider Root-Knot Frank Magill, Mrs. E. E. Edwards, In "Romance," Metro-Goldwyn-
( : home after a pleasantvacation
Mrs. Emery Bauer and little Miss Mayer's all-talking adaptation of the Rates '
i,spent in Savannah, Ga. And Ants In Seedbeds I
I Loraine Taylor. Invited guests' were successful Edward Sheldon stage Without bath-from $1.50 up ::.: '

Mrs. Padgett, Mrs. Saunooke and play, which plays Saturday and Sunday .
I : Mr. left the week for bath from $2.50 "
Ramsey Gainesville Fla.-Truckers should With -
j: :Mrs. G. W. Pettee. After a very serious at the Kettler Theatre, Greta up .

I I, consider root-knot and ants as pests Illness this was the first outing Garbo is seen and heard, as the al. :_,, ,

.\\.1 FLOOD CONTROL when they are making 'up their seed- for Mrs. C. O. Ross and her pres- luring foreign opera star whos ro Radio Loud Speaker. Rates posted on door/ -''?, .
for fall crops, J. R. Watson, elf ence was hailed with delight by the mance with a clergyman results in :' .

I I SECRETARY TELLS tomologist at the Florida Experi- class and guests.Mr. a number of extremely dramatic. si Electric Ceiling Fan, Soft Water.

, I ment Station, recently stated. tuations. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF

v I'I I i Root-knot is a Disease caused by and Mrs. Roy Burke and children The Swedis star is more fascinat- MOST CENTRAL LOCATION

I OF WATERWAYS. ,' minute worms which live on the who have been residents of La ing than ever in curls and crinolines I

I: roots of many of the vegetable and Belie for the past four years have of the, period of New York in 1865
'! WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Sena- truck crops commonly grown in moved to Alachua, Florida, where while the plot Is of the typo which 'Sr .

I 'I tor A. W. Young of the Okeechobee Florida. These worms, called nema- they intend to make their home In gives her a number of opportunitiesfor ;

1 I Flood Control committee told Kiwan.t' todes, will bore Into the root and secrete the future. Mrs. Isiah Burke accompanied the exotic love scenes in which 9 95

a poison, which causes the root them as far as Holden. Mrs. shefirst established her reputationon
I ians at their luncheon at the El ye1 -
: to swell, and the plants to turn yellow Burke has been visiting Mr. and the silent screen.
Palm Beach this
i f rano hotel, West ?
and die. Young plants are more Mrs. Alvah Burke. The picture is somewhat unusualin
: week, some of the things that have '
susceptible and should be given a and epilogue
containing a prologue
i happened to Florida in the past few
E free start in the seedbed. Mr. and Mrs. H., L. Delaney: left: ', the central l theme being shownin
f I! months, mainly in the matter of waif
I I .I Newly cleared .land Is practically LaBelle Friday for the west where a flashback as a bishop tells Ills

!It t i terways.. always free of: nematodes. but sandy they expect to make their hone it grandson the story of' his youthful .

I The three outstanding features land which has been planted to truck

said Senator Young, were turning m
crops for several years is nearly always ', .
the East Coast canal into the handsof 55 . : .: = ... '
infested. Truckers :: : : :
who have : : : : : : : : : = = : : : = : :
o : .. : AnS for months thereafter! Enjoyyour
l {the '
government procuring an ap- fi'
an overhead Irrigation System can ashff era without delays or cxpcr. c
propriation of sufficient size to esQ
destroy nematodes on their old beds l ;, ,;, ? for tire trouble.
tablish a waterway from ,the west r
by plowing the land and applying ; ". irl Here's a genuine Goodyear of fine

coast to the east coast through Lake 600 pounds of sodium cyanide dissolved DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS quality-tough of tread and stout of
Okeechobee, toward which the waterways -
In water, and then wetting it body-that youUl be proud to own. .

district will pay two millions down and then wetting down 900 '' Only because, Goodyear builds MILLIONS

I of dollars; and releasing of pounds of ammonium sulphate. Hy- FOR HEALTH s, MORE tires than any other

Conners highway from tolls. company, and thus enjoys lowest ,
dracyanic-acid gas will be formed,
t said costs, can you buy such a value today.
He thought, he that it is a Lifetime
and persons should leave the seed. DRINK A QUART OF MILK A DAY
tribute to Florida that in a rivers GuarnntecLl-
bed at once. This treatment is rath- ,
and harbors bill providing total of
& J! r
er expensive, but it leaves the soil
around 120 millions in appropriations ,
I rich In nitrogen; thus phosphoricacid 1 1r
I the state of Florida procureda r :
sum of 24 millions. He believed and potash only need be added CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY I # S J I-
Seed may be plantedin
that this heavy interest of the gov- fp Fnli Oversize 1 Big Oversize
10 clays after the treatment, he Sugaf and Highway Phone 333 r 1
: ernment in Florida projects will do said. On very stiff soil more chemi TW 1MJflS. ords! '

i I more than anything elsa to establish .r __a..1

Florida has worth and cals should be used: while on very 4.50-21 .......................... 6.45 30 x 5 ....... ................ 19.7U
the fact that '
sandy types a smaller amount will 4.75-19: ..:...,.................. 7:65' 33 X 5 ........................ 21'.35

future. suffice. 5.2521 -' .... ...: .._ ...... .... '9.90. 3'6x 6' ...:.................. 38.3.5:
At this time there are 14 dredges Growing velvet beans or Crotalaria : :: :

: at work in clearing out the East will destroy nematodes, but several

f Coast canal, tho speaker said. Ho months will be required. '. 10-PLY TRUCK TIRES I

predicted completion of this phase of Ants cause a loss by carrying oi: CLEWISTON FOLKS | Tubes also low priced | 33 G ...,....,... 34.55

the work by early winter. The cross- the seed before they sprout. Those '. Ow: prices ,include careful mounting: and a friendly

I ; state waterway will be undertaken in the bed will be killed with hydro. all-year
.-\ --'. service _
by the government, he declared as cyanic-acid gas, and all ant hills THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI

(C}poon nsSthc district obligation is met within 60 feet of the seedbed should

; J' and the' ?money. made ready that Is be treated with sodium cyanide. Simply .. MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES .

I. appropria ed..'Local 'money now Is punch a hole in the center of YOU ..."''- ... ---, ... ,' ;

l employing, two. dredges _in Lake tho ant hill and pour In 1-4 pint cyanide -
Okeechobee strengthening levees. solution. Go over the groundin
The lake, he said, isstanding at an a few days to catch any now The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South:'
; elevation of 18.7 wli ich,,it is said Is .nests. This solution should not como CLEWISTON ,

i r I, highest it ever has "beeny: known., to !in contact. with the roots of valuable Storage Space Across Street ,. European PlanS .
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be in July. 1j,',,,. .':, ', '; plants,, !'lio said. ,.#.." V .' j, ,.-. ., ,: ". '" ,, .
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Featuring Men and Young, Men'sClothing ,. j : ; .. : t' lf } '._ ft L; /1 f '. -j
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able furnish and decorate .at:;
are to your Dining and Dancing
Electric Service I for the Price of Dining
G 9 home with quality) : merchandise. Good taste ata The Little, 1 Folks[ Shop/
Wo Kee's New Place

for automobile or boat with moderate:cost.FREE .
I"'. It i Olive Avenue and First St.

: Formerly Pinders shoe store expert workmen at your call Newly Enlarged and
Midsummer clearance sale
Decorated '
Quality never questioned in one of the finest electric ,

Special lot ot ladles shoes. DELIVERY SERVICE of boys and, girls clothing. Nice dancing floor and popular .
shops in south Florida.
consisting of blonde. egg Everything in infants wear. music at your disposal.

shell, white, brown and SUTCLIFFES
Only Chinese Restaurant in
black in kid and patent I ._ Estimates Cheerfully Given Palm Beach County

leather, with spike and Cuban Automotive Electric .

heels. Service Co. 1 7 Comeau Arcade Your patronage is
J. R. Sutcliffe, Prop.

$3-95 301 First St. JficCAEPBHlS f FURNITURE CO. West Palm Beach Special attention to parties
West Palm Beach
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Chi?dren's Shoe Store.Inc.
Helen I Phillips Phone 4808Dean

High Class Millinery BUSIER. for Boys BROWN for SHOES Girls West Palm Beach .. ... I. Lurnley : .

No 11 Fagan Arcade rtr PALM MACH. nous* Merchants Join In WelcomeKeenly Radio-Electrical Laboratory
22-23 Dam tis Arcade Opposit U. S. Post Office

-. ; aware of the buying power of the people of the north- Parts and expert service on all makes of.radios

ern Everglades, leading busines men of Palm ,Beach are invit-
West Palm Beach, Florida New and Used Radios for sale
The only I exclusive children's ing people of Clewiston and the northern Everglades to take .

Before selecting your next .> ..- ..- advantage of the opportunities offered in these coast stores. Custom-made sets built to customers order
shoe store in Palm
visit when in West Palm Beach. 'on small D. C. lighting plants
: hat be sure and our Modern A. C. Radios installed
! Steady payrolls in the sugarbowl section of the northern Ev-
I store. One price-six dollars. Beaches. Soutr Florida DistributorsPilot
I erglades gives this section a .year round prosperity, contrasting

sharply with the seasonal business on the coast, and several of Radios and Tubes Kato Konvertters

the leading business men of West Palm Beach are cooperatingIn Muckmobiles Menge Pumps I II

an advertising to the people of the
, __ .. message Everglades.
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i Summer prices are now in effect on the east coast and this,
the coast business men believe, is another factor which will interest 1I
Now Located at I
the people of the Everglades communities, while good :;
906 South Poinsettia Avenue <; Palm Beach Pharmacy
roads to the coast make the trip easily possible in slightly more .
Near Okeech bee Road West Palm Beacha1isfi
L than an-hour and a half from Clewiston.The .
, d Customers Our Best Reference
thought of the business men cooperating in the messageIs -
',: ,' 7232 ;,. Local Agents for ;:
Telephone ,, ,
't. not to detract from the volume of home town buying; but to >
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And Estimates 'Will Be Cheerfully Given offer the services of the business houses of West Palm Beach Kitchen Kook :

for the purchase of such articles as are not available in theI'
S. Gasoline Stoves Prescription' Specialists
John Opdahl Everglades communities."The I

purpose of our message" said one business man "is to

Estimates SatisfactoryGiven I. I' promote a better spirit of cooperation between the people. of We also carry a full line Trussesof

Service West Palm Beach and those in the rich back''' country." parts

1 910 South Dixie ,. ',' Abdominal Supports .

Auto Body and Fender ,Worki MARLINS PIECE GOODS SHOP "

Phone 2-1763 i Visit us when in town shopping. '
1 'W. D. JACKSONand
I Have your garage notify me as I am equipped to go anywhere and

(do YO\lr body work at the same time mechanical work is being done I Company 331 Clematis St.

W. E. Bock, Prop. West Palm Beach 7 Comeau ArcadeWilber's South Poinsettia

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1 By means of the new Shu-Gleam process we can now renew the up- f1 '% DEPT.. STORE
I pers of your old shoes and at the same time re-color them to :whatever Inc 5-6 Post Office Arcade

( shade you desire, regardless of their previous color. I 4 STYLCIFor
Exclusive wear ; Datura St.

? 437 Datura St. Opp. U. S. Post Office Exclusive Millinery\

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DAMATIS TOY SHOP i Dr. Jerome J. Ramsdell Hosiery
1 .''I nouncements in the paper. .
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Damatis Arcade Datura St. West Palm Beach Optometrist and Optician 'J
7 Post Office Arcade f LingerieReasonably
LABOI DAY IS SEPT. 1st.Don't. Clematis St.
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forget to enter your float in the big Labor Day Parade. The West Palm Beach, Fla. ,'
DamaUs Toy Shop has all kinds of decorations and Festooning for West Palm Beach, Fla. Priced
you. Tho now.entire territory will be represented. So buy your decorations I'

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think of 5 Double .,

West Palm Bea h, Fla. On the lake front at 1st. St. Jack G. Craft, Mgr. '

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I ship. 1 ilene, Texas, with 102, was the hot [
FLORIDA 'stayed at
Private estimates already suggesta test t in the Gulf States, and Phoenix i home.
Mary and I have been
loss of 400,000,000 bushels to the Arizona, with the same temperaturewas going toFarmers' .
''H BY COMPARISON early part of the crop. the warmest In the Rocky Mountain Week right regularly for 1 .
; I several '
Orlando-Real years now, and ; ,,
Property Operating we always
1 t'-' 'Pasturage burned so badly that It states. Pacific Coast states suffered Light Company nnd water business learn
: effect dairy products. less, 92 at Walla Wall, Washington Company granted charted of incorpo- taken over by Consumers Water Co. something new. Seems like !.

i NORTH SWELTERS may Some of the temperatures Sunday being the highest reading In i Estate.lion to engage in bubiiiess of Real 'I' enough from-one of year interest to the happens next to there make is (\:!;.

that territory. Eustis Enlarging of St. Thomas
were: the programs worth while .
for us _
.One of the longest and most Intense Sac City. lo'wa ........................ H3 Episcopal Church building started. I who go every year. And for those '- ,

heat waves of recent years i!I Freemen: Nebraska, .............. 111 FLORlDA TO GAINI \ Tampa-Model grocery' store maybe who haven't been recently, I am sure 'i
established .
here in near future.Je.ckson'flle1Idening Club'
held the nation in a merciless grip Beatrice, Nebraska ................ 111 Lake C1tBe"'ans Pressing there will be plenty of interest this : J

today. The effects of the blistering Algona, Iowa ..........................., HO 'now in new home on Marion Street. year. :

sun and wind were felt in nearly aul I Knoxville, Iowa ........................ 1U3 I REPRESENTATIVEIN of State ---- I i The program they: sent me when ; j

sections of the country, but the principal Lincoln, Nebraska .................... 10** Highway No. :3 from Trout River West Palm Beach-Work startedon I registered says that Governor Carl- '..'

crop damage was in the middle Concordia, Nebraska ..-.?...... 1US CONGRESS : Bridge to municipal-airport.' ) S will start newly organized Alfar Creamery ton is due to speak Wednesday, and : ''I

,\vest where three weeks' droughthas Des Moines. Iowa .................... 106 shortly., budding In Flamingo district, to cost President Tigert, of the University, L{

made serious Inroads on the Keokuk, Iowa ............................ 16 I more than $75,000. :| Monday. That program. just about- :p.

conrflelds. Oklahoma City, Okl. ............ 1UB The queer quirks performed by Pensacola-Dr. Pepper Bottling covers everything from chickens to :;

Government forecasters saw no relief Emporia, Kansas .................... 113 "the method of major fractions" as Company. Inc., capitalized, at ?20OOU Arcadia-JPlaza. Hotel being reno- I' pow.wows thrown in for the women. .H

4 for at least another week, although Topeka, Kansas ........................ HO It operates on state populations in granted papers. vated. S I i I Mary says' we can look over our farm nand

there Is some chance of l local Salina. Kansas ...........:..........:. HO the reapportionment of members. or '- home and -see the effects of our L;

thunderstorms and slight rain Wichita, Kansas .................... 110 the house of representatives are going Dade City-San Antonio Packing Plant City-Renovating parsonageof visits to Farmers' Week in better :r
fall. Eastern states kept largely under to bring ,about many seeming in & Supply Company leased its business First Methodist Church, complet. farming and a prettier and more. :fI
and building to David Dilgore comfortable and convenient home.
1 To the farmer whose principal crop the 100 mark, with Washington, D. consistencies. ed. ;!
& I I I'm expecting to see about
just :
Company. .
Is, corn this meant a serious hard C., reporting the highest: 100. An- California, with an increase of 3,- ,
I' every Florida farmer and his wife
264,733 in population since the last Bay Harbor.-Work at site or
! NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS there this year. They're all invited. )
reapportionment of the house was -Reconstruction of tuliers Southern Kraft paper mill, progressing ;

, .. : NOTICE Is hereby given that the Hoard: of County Commissioners of Hen- made, likely will receive an additionof earth; plant here will start immediately steadily / I

dry County Florida, has prepared, .is required by Law, the following estimates nine members' to her delegation by: Superior Earth Company. SEMINOLES MAY :

.. of the necessary and ordinary expenses of the* various funds of Hen- while Illinois. with a gain of 1,991- to cost about $SO000. S Qulncy-Cigar; factory opened by ,
dry County, Florida, contemplated for the Fiscal Year commencing October -
CU2 In the same time, will receiveno J. W. Corry.
1st, 1930, and ending September 30th, 1931. MOVE NORTH OF .... ,
additional members. 'Palatka! -New bridge across rice I .

: GENERALREVENUE FUND Likewise, Michigan, with an increase Creek, about four miles north. of city Plant City-Effort being made to :

1 1 Salary of Clerk Circuit Court as County Auditor and Clerk '. of 2,008.198, may gain four on State Highway. No.3 S formally :, locate proposed crafe manufacturing EVERGLADES

t ; to Commissioners ............................................... ...,..................................... 2000.00 additional members, while Penssyl- opened. plant here. -
e 2 Per diem and Mileage of County Commissioner? ......,..........:.,............ 3,300.00 vania, with an' increase of ,3S7S99::;: : -
( 1 3 Attendance of Sheriff on County Commissioners ................:............... 75.00S is down to lose one member. Haines City-Construction and remOdeling Leesburg-Standard Oil Se rvice The commissioner of Indian affairs '
Attorney to County Commissioners .................................../.......;.....*.... 800.00 [ recently sent Roy Nash of Washington S
Florida with of of group of nine buildings Station at corner of 12th and 'West .
9 Supervisor of Registration ............... ........... ................:.................. 1SO.OO( a population gain ,'
10 Unpaid counsel fee incurred In previous year: .:....;....-:................. ...... 800.00 734,026, expected to have her con at Florida Military: Institute here, Main Street, taken over by N. U. ( to this part of the country as !i j
.12 Repairs to Courthouse, sewers, curbing and maintenance- ; gressional representation increasedby completed. Thomas. i a special commissioner to negotiate 'H

I and improvements courthouse grounds ...........................-.......L i .'........ 1,200.00 : one, according to the present fig i with the SemInoles. He has been in- H

13 Repairs: to Jail .... .................... .....................................:...................;:........ 200.00 ures. This will bring the state's total Dinsmore-Bids opened by school Plant City-Local Coca Cola bottl. I.vestigatlng the situation back of Mil. .M
15 Furniture and Fixtures for Courthouse ...................,..._....,,....h.'....:;....... 500.00 to five. board for, additions and alterationsto ing plant installed new equipment. anil and Hollywood, an dis now west ...:(t:
16 Furniture and Fixtures for Jail ... ....... ............:....:......:............t...... 200.00 lof I Lake: Okeechobec 'ij
on the same er
local school.
:, 17 Expenses of County Buildings; janitor and attendants ...f..: ..:........ 1,000.00 New York on an increase of 3,41)5-:) I S Q

18 Light, Fuel, Water and Telephones ......................................................... 375.00 941 people will probably be given Fort Myers-Three carloads grape- rand. '(
19 Insurance .... ... .'' ... .. .... .. .... ..'' .. ... .. .. .. .. .. '? 108.00s two additional members, and New Eustis-Work progressing' on -enlarging fruit shipped from here recently. I|I The commissioners of Indian .a'l
20 Incidentals : ..:...:.:::...:::..:.:....:..:....:.. ,:..:..:...:..::.::..:::::::.::.:.::..::..:::..:'....::::::::.:: 1,000.00: Jersey, with a prohable gain of 1- and remodeling First Baptist j'fairs recently sent him a letter. writ

I : 25 Allowance made to Paupers nnd paid by Warrants ......'...... ;? ..-....... 1,700.00 i 401,833 is slaled to gain two new Church edifice on Irange Avenue. Lake Worth-Dairy Maid Store ten by William R. Griffiths ;I;i,
26 Coroner's .Inouesta; Fees of officers! nnd witness .......;...:......-...;........ 15n.OO' )/ city regarding the Indian lands In
i : 27 Insanity inquiries; fees of officers and committees ......".',"....:..,.:.:... 100.00 members also, while Texas, with .an S opened at 112 ,North Dixie Highway. j 1
.28 Stationary and printing; general stationary, blanks, etc. ...: .:.'..... 700.00) increase of '1,914,141. probably will :Fort Myers-Construction[ of JUdi- j Martin county, and Mr.\ Nash is coming i:

r 29 Record Books ... ..... .. .. .. ........... .... .. .. .. .. ..................'..;:.j!........ .to O.0/') be given three additional congress son Bridge nearing completion, amt Pompano-Recreation c enter on j' to Stuart this month to discuss r
I 30 Advertising required by Jaw and paid for by County ........;......."........ 250.00 will he opened to traffic on September -' Florida Avenue in Camphel Park: !i matters with both Mr. Griffiths and ':
;t 31 Commissions paid to officers;; tax assessor ..............:..... :J .:.*..;.::.... 1,800.00 men.With the populations of 37 states 1st. nearing completion. L. Wall. SIt 1R. 1-
:. 32 Tax Collector .. ........ .......... .............................;............:ZZ.: : : :.........? 1,200.00 5 I is hoped it will be possible lo :
t!.l' 33 Expenses of Elections ....... ................,......................,., ...:..".';.-.'.,..l.'. ....,.!',,;'..'...'.....,. 250.00 already announced exports have DC- ,
, I./ .: 35 Sheriff for General Court Work ...........:........:,.........:*......; :*....z-. .:.......... 50.00 gun figuring on the makeup of tne Key West-Columbia Steam Laundry Jacksonville-Robert .. G. Lasslter I 1 I get the Martin county band of- 1ml1I -
I 37 Repay loan Fine and Forfeiture Fund ..........:..,......:......".J.t. .,..J.,.....'...... 1,000.00 house under: the new apportionment j will install. complete dry cleaning Company received 'contract for repairs -1 aus back to their fertile 'reservation I r
I ', .38 Repay loan Road and Bridge Fund .....:..................':;........Z.U: : .. ...... 3,000.00 law. Some of their calculations made plant soon. to ...etties mouth of St. Johns .', northwest of Indiantown. Mr. Wall ':
I' 39 Reserved for. contingencies and emergencies. ..........;......M..p .."(:....-..... 2,053.15 have been overturned -I S SEustisImproved River, to cost hpproximately $:nu,- states the Indians like this reserva '"
'1ft, .. TOTAL .......... ...........................................................'.............."......-;,.<"...../.;......' $24,391.15 I Ii:1 a year ago already ) tion, and could make a living on It. (
Eustis Theatre 000.
'. \: the latest developments being I.
: ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. .j/\. '::. an indication Georgia will lose reopened to public. S He thinks the Seminoles would be ;
: ," better off there than they are in
-4 Cost Material I ...... ......................'.....................................,....'.:;....., '.;-i;!:::' ; ,500.00 two congressmen. S Jacksonville-Work started on i jf f
.' I 5 Tools, :Machinery and Repairs ........ ..........j;L.........;........ .;-....iZ.x.'Z.: : 1.000.00; () The actual changes in a numbers I .D FllniaJ .,;*Springs-W. E. Henne Continental Can Company's plant at I.their present quarters west of Hollywood i
: 7 Free Labor, other than guards and bridge tenders .....;...J-:: : ; 14,800.00 of instances can not be determineduntil leased ice cream plant from Gulf Sixteenth St. and Souther railway in and Dania. S f(

10 Gas and Oil .................., .................. ..... ................"........."_ !..;;.....::,.Z..Z.: 2,500.00 the remaining 11 states have Power Company, and started manufacture preparation for" installation of ,machinery I If the Indians were to return to |
14 Paid to Incorporated Cities and_TOWllS ........ ...,.......':......h\.; .:/:........ 160.00 the reservation in this, county, the B
: Vi! >.?Inc d.entals ...........-......... I!..?: ....,;;t: ,...**.'"... I ..r: .':...;.:. ;- 1 500.00 reported their populations and "the of ice creams._ .\y for making cans.. I be of benefit to .
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16 Contingencies and emergencies ..:;...............'.'....;[? :; .";..:: ;,:5-r; :: ;.. 1801.00 method of. major fractions" put .to S ---;-- '- ; r "" ,
l! : TOTAL ... ..................................:..;_..:............:!.....ZZ::: :; : F.:3, .Z5.:.;.;Z' ?2li261.00FINE I work. S l/ Apopka-New library openea in I r Miami .Beach-Contract for construction this section. For one thIng, t&bir p.
rarb would be more frequently :
II **'r *'< ; These seats will automatically: be telephone exchange building on Park of 8,000 feet seawall to picturesque ,
, I AND FORFEITURE :. .jf.... .. I seen .on the streets of Stuart 11 11I
,, -" changed by the census bureau If Avenue. S I cost $12:>,000. letby_ developers of
I 1 Sheriff and Deputies Cost Bills '..................:?...t-..: .. '-k.:: : ;..:.i.;..'.'.:' 4,000.00 congress fails to act In the coming Ocean Beach Heights, millionaire' thus giving tourists an added Ii
I I II' 2 Constables Cost Bills .. :.... ... .... ; "!! !:!l".Zi.::!. ;! / 10ooO! session. Miami colony north of here.LaflelleForreys I attraction. I'
S -Biddle's Drug. Store opened
I}l: ,3 Clerk of Circuit Court'Cost Bills in CriminarcVses\7i!......;iS.1;. '; :! 600.00
r I 5 County Judges Cost Bills ............ ..........."" : : : : :; '... ... 550.00 at, 3521N.. W. 17th Avenue 'in Alla-I I I'
Justice of the Peace Cost Bills ... ..............//.rr.l".r.l! !!:! !! : ..."... 200.00 HINTS'TO HOUSEWIVES pattah. S Grocery Store STATE AVIATION > f:
. :.:t 7 County Prosecuting Attorney: Part Salary '....,.."..:.: ... .;i' .'' ....... 60ooO! tooved to' new Arcade building on ,
1 S County Prosecuting Attorney: Conviction Fees" : : .- .. ... 200.00 PUDDING RECIPES J Bridge Street. Work resumed on Ft.

r':: 9 Bailiffs of Criminal Courts ..... .... .................. .L..3Z..1ZZ".:.'.. 5ooO! '. Daytona Beach-Stilings, Inc.. Ice !; Myers-Palm Beach Highway. DISTRICTS ARE
1// 10 Witness Fees ................ .. .. ......... .....................l..l".l".Z".T.!! .... l,05ooO! Bread Pudding S cream plant and creamery, purchased ,
I] 11 Court Stenographer in Insolvency Cases ..... .:.............Z.'L.:: ..... 'lOO.OO Into a 'well buttered baking dish by J. R. Curlee and associates for !
::1 : 12 Other Expenses in Criminal Prosecution "Z.Z. : .. 250.00 LaBelle-Ralph Hendry ? opened TO BE -ORGANIZED

: 1.' 13 Sheriff's Commissions: on Fines, etc Collected""ZZZ)) ., : ";".".!1!."..". 50.00 put layers of guttered slices of dried 32300. meat market in new Davis Groceryin

" I' 14 Feeding Prisoners ............ ....... ... ................... ...I./-;/:.: .. ........ 1,700.00 bread, and sprinkle ,over with rai I I :Watts Hall building.
"I' 16 Pay of Jurors in Criminal Cases, County & Justice'"of. Peace! ?.. sins. Cover' with a custard made aS Lake Worth-Lumpkin Drug Company I 1

I Courts ..............................................'.... ........................ ....:...............; : ..... 550.00. follows: To 2 slightly beaten eggs opened for business in quar- I Leesburg-C. T. Lowrey purchased Collier Hendry Glades
19 Reserved
for Contingencies and
r ,I TOTAL .................................................................-....ZZZLIZZ.7'10,373.56i ; : :; 373.56 i add 4 tablespoons sugar and 1-S tea ters, formerly occupied by Ideal Drug I business block occupied by Band B Lee And Charlotte
I.: i .* *"', spoon vanilla, and mix with 2 cups Company.'S.. Grocery and Virginian. Cafe on WestMain
PUBLICITY FUND :' ,;:', of milk. Set dish in a pan of hot Street. In District 3. 5 5

, : . : 1. Moneys to be expended by County Commissioners for Pub-, .- water. Bake in a moderate ovne until -I Lake Worth-Work of rebuildingand ."

: : licity Purposes ......................... ....................... ............:.................,....f.... ... 2,357.66 custard is firm and well browne surfacing stretch of road between Winter Park-Rapid progress being The division of the State into eight
'.;. AGRICULTURAL! FUND : .:', ; A cake pudding may be made by East Point and Carrabelle t made on. construction of two new aeronautical districts under the supervision .
1 using dried cookies or cake instead will start soon. girls' dormitories at. west end of of a district governor sup

r ; : 1 Agricultural Promotion. ..A..................... .................... ............:..........!.....t_. 1,405,13 of. bread. Rollins College campus. plemented by an aeronautical chairman (
In each county, was announced
COUNTY FAIR FUND Poor Man's Pudding Zellwood-Osborn Mercantile Company I
I II .e, Take :C cups whole milk, 1-2 tea- sold its stock of goods and fix West Palm Beach-L. C. Martin, I II today by Fred V. Blair, of thic city, '
: IMoneys to be Expended by County Commissioners for-Fair spoon.Dutmeg, 1 salt 1-2 jewelers, moved to remodeled storeat chairman of a special committee appointed -
1 H :. Exhibits I .............................,.................................\.......:............................;..... 255.73 teaspoon tures to ,V. S. Jones. 218 Clematis St. at the Spring Aviation Con.
I I cup' rice, 1-2 cup sugar, ,and 1-2 cup
,;, HIGHWAY BOND, INTEREST AND SINKING FUND raisins. Put all together in a but- Miami-D. J. Hawkins opened radio ference' at Tampa to perfect a statewide
1 Interest on 415000.00 ......................:................... ::. ..;....".:: : .. 24,900.00 tired pan in a moderate oven. Stir shop in Allapattah. World Beater and Ruby King Pepper organization plan.
." 2 Bonds Maturing ...............,........................s..............Z!:.........!Z"ZZiZ: :... 8,000.00 frequently at first, and then occa plants now ready, $2.50 per thousand The district plan of organizationhas
1'ff i 4 3 Tax Collectors Commissions ..... .............:............r...v.v" .....".\.;. ..''. .. ..... 176.78 sionally. Bake 2 hours. The pudding Palmetto-C. B. Porter purchasedfish California Wonder $3.25; F. O. been approved by the Bureau,

:L .Q 4 Banks Commissions paying Bonds and. Coupons. ......,...,.""....:...._..,......Z. 78.25 f hoi'M he rreamy. and is better and market Lemon B. Zolfo Springs. KIstner Borthers, which operates as a branch of the j
, 5 Reserved for Sinking Fund" ....:... ......"....'.."1.........'.....7": ..'........'. ..... '...""" lli9S.-C poultry on Zolfo Springs, Fla. 1tpd.' Florida State Chamber of Commerce, rand
>;: TOTAL .1)L................................:...........:...:.. '........:...;;;;..:..........;.;.....Z...... 44653.49 I served hot, than cold. Avenue, conducted by C. L. Smoak. is now being established under f
.. Chocolate Corn Starch Pudding .-
- \ : ... COURTHOUSE BOND, INTEREST AND .SINKING FUND WILL. TRADE the supervision of Paul R Grasslieid.
Ingredients[ : 2 1-2
cups mIlk cup New Port Richey-DIxon Dry I

J 1'Interest on ?13,000.00 ......"............................:........:......................f............"" 8,280.00 sugar, 6 tablespoons corn starch, 1 Cleaning Plant installed delivery Dodge, 1 ,ton truck, in good co'ndl- director of the bureau, and Fred V.

2 Bonds Maturing .................................. .....:.................................. 5,000.00 '1-2 squares chocolate, '1-2 teaspoonsalt truck in service here. tlon for a Ford, Chevrolet, Cash or Blair, assistant director.
:i 4 3 Tax Collectors Commissions .......:.............................. ............ZZ..Z.: 220.00 and 1-2 teaspoon vanlla. Mix what have you. See Mr. Fears at Under this plan of organization, according -
; '. Banks Commissions paying Bonds and Coupons ........;...........ZZZ. 30.70 the Fears to Director Grassfield, a Series
: / 5 Reserved for sinking Fund :...........".. ....".....................:m..................:.".:. 3,422.78 ingredients and make Into tnin, S Daytona Beach-Bids "will beopene'd Grocery. of district conferences- will beheld
, ; 1 j TOTAL ........... ........................................1................................. ........... .. ?16l953'.4SSPECIAL smooth paste with a little milk.Add August 28 for site ''of new at early date for the
: to heated milk: in top of double boiler. post office building. RURAL COMMON SENSE an purposeof I
: ROAD. AND BRIDGE .DISTRICT, NO. 2 discussing local problems of each :
: I Add melted chOcolate Stir to pre -----:.. t By Spuds Johnson
: INTEREST AND SINKING FUND district bearing on aviation and their
vent lumps, and cook for 20 minu'tesAdd Arcadia-Construction started on -
S..1 Interest on $88,212.00 .... ........... : relative importance to the state pro
: ...........,.. 5292.70 vanilla and pour into molds new citrus packing house here. to IT'S TIME FOR .ANOTHER .
I; S S Bonds Maturing ............... ...........ZZ..Z.'Z.'ZZZ.'ZZZZ: .........." .loioOJMO which have been rinsed in cold water PARMEDS' WEEK; SPUDS gram. 5'
I : 3 Tax Collectors Commissions ......................ZZZZ" cost over $20,000. I
......:......".............. 79.64 Chill and AND MARY ARE GOING
: with
4 Banks Commissions ;. servo cream or
I ... I paying Bonds arid Coupons.........:.....;.:................. 33.23 Harvel
,'. Reserved for Sinking Fund ... ;-....:. ............. .. onV'U. whipped cream. .West Palm" Beach-Streets of this I 3nd- Seed CompanyTo
I ': 5 ..5. TOTAL ......................................."ZZ3ZZZ"ZZZ........"......... .....". "S $16,31-.60 Fluffy Chocolate Pudding place, oiled recently. Been so hot dry I almost let Open SaturdayThe
: : : SPECIAL AND'BRIDGE Proceed as under chocolao corn Farmers' Week slip up on me this
f: ,: ROAD DISTRICT NO. .3': \:,: I
H : ,, starch year. Luckily, though, I was able to
: pudding with the following
.: INTEREST AND SINKING FUND ,: Palmetto-Otis Elevator Company
', W. S. Harvel Seed Company
get a room reservation, and so the
: change: Use 2 1-3 milk 5 I
I ;:0"., .. 1 Interest on $6,075.00 ........................ """. .......... 354./r0 tablespoons cups Installing new elevator in courthouse. Johnson family will be among those will open for business Saturday ac
; S .. 2 Bonds Maturing .............:x................Z.ZZZZZ.'ZZZZ.: : : ....:..........:". S 40500 corn starch, 3 egg yolks, present at Gainesville on Monday cording to W. S. Harvel, president.

3 Tax Collectors Commissions .......................................... ....................-...: 9.71 1 teaspoon vanilla! and the whitesof Umatilla-First carload sweet po ,I morning, August 1, when the 1930Farmers' Our new building has just been completed
4 Reserved for Sinking :Fund .................................................. ......... no'iiNotice 3 eggs stiffly beaten. Fold In egg tatoes to be shipped from Lake I and we will have a complete
i TOTAL ............................,......,............,"..............................:........S .................. $919.5.1 whites last. County, left this place recently. I I Week opens. And we will line of new seeds and insecticides,
I" ........ also bo among the ones who are
is further given that the Board of I I stated the president.The .
II \ County Commissioners of Hen- there until the event closes at noon
I U .;. dry 2nd County, Florida will at Us next regular meeting on Tuesday, September LAKE CITRUS CLEAN Live Oak-W. B. Kennedy & Sons ,I Friday, August 15. Harvel Seed Company was destroyed -
l' 1930 consider and I
, the same shall constitute act the upon fixed the foregoing estimates and as adopted Tobacco Company leased old Buick Speaking of hot weather it Is usu by fire several months ago
flmds expenditures for and against the several TAVARES, Fla.-Citrus growers In garage building on Ohio Avenue and and the has been
above mentioned, for the Fiscal Year ally pretty hot at Gainesville during new building
and ending September 30th, 1931. commencing October 1st, 1930, Lake county are doing a lot of dusting will use it as tobacco re-handling Farmers' Week, but the folks at the no the lot which was occupied -

JI V DONE AND ORDERED by the Board of County Commissioners of Hen- nn-1 spraying for rust mites. and house. College of Agriculture say it's al-1; by the old building. This will

i\ .11 I. 11130.dry): County- ; Florida, In regular session this the 7th day of August; A. D. indications are that a large percentage ways fair weather when good folks be Clowiston's only seed store tnlss.

I I (SEAr l W.. of a large crop will be clean, ison"Electric and ice business I get together-at Farmers' Week, J ;year and with Federal aid to local

ATLST: L. MURRAY, Chairman Clifford R. Hiatt, county agent stat ofv Madison County Power Company Anyway, :I guess it won't be any 'hotter ;farmers a brisk business is expectedby
WILLIAM T. HULL, Clerk. ed. 5I'I I
.5. taken over by ''Florida Power & J there during the week than it i the local firm.


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