The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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:: And .The Clesviston News '

:; Where Industry The eni.rOfAmerica"

: Agriculture Meet. NeT Sugar Bowl.







FOR WORK LAST TUESDAY ,...-- NEW GOLF PRO P. G. Bishop, operating Vice President _

HERE Tuesday will be election day all If you belong to this party or area and Receiver for the Southern

over the United States. Every man I Democrat at heart and Just hiding Sugar Company, announced this

Are Ordered Mliton Crouch- Has; and woman r: who has any interest In I. behind *this ;camouflage to try to get Lots Of Enthusiasm Is week that the Canal Point mill or

\ Surveyors their community or government will into office. you should so publicly the Southern Sugar Company wouldbe '.

: To Report For Work Shipped Six Cars go to the polls and vote. state and withdraw from the other Injected Into Local operated this year.

November 1 1st. Of Beans.Milton The great ,cry today Is "It 'makes ranks. Golf Players. Engineers! have been busy during

no difference how you vote but go The Independent candidates are the ''past two weeks making surveys

.. Crouch, representing uie and vote .as you pleas." This principle going to be' defeated in the, election Major Wilson, who is a professional and preliminary details have boon .
.- The ,United States George Allison & Company; shipped{ is the great foundation upon Tuesday.: Hendry county is made up golfer from the Warwack Country taken care of for the opening of the
will establish their headquarters -
the first car of beans this season which tho American government Is by the principals of demOCracy, ,they Club near New York City, has made mill on November 20th.
in Clewiston for their work on
1- from here Tuesday. Mr. Crouch has built upon. The great tea party at of old timers who have always stood arrangements to give lessons_ to local The Canal Point mill has not been
Lake Okeechobee. This fact was
shipped six cars from South Bay Boston was the very beginning of the will rally to the polls Tuesday and golfers according' to Information operated for approximately eight
...... out here yesterday whenseven
Mibrought and Belle Glade area but this was American form of government. Our I tell the rest of the state that they received here yesterday. Major Wil years and the actual condition of
men received letters from '
the first car to be shipped over the government is built upon the universal i intend to stand behind the parties son Is spending the winter In. Florida the machinery will not be known until -
Jacksonville telling them to report to
Coast Line from the Clew Ston area, idea of a majority ruling. No Individual choice. In the primary election. and resides in West Palm Beach. He the mill is put into operation.The _
at Clewiston -
Mr. Crouch stated that' he would person or party or organization :, A list. of the.. Democratic nominees. has made arrangements with te officials Canal Point mill will begin

1st. have several cars this week afifl has ,any right to tell you how I Is published below for your informa- of the Clewiston Company to

.I"' The question of where the headquarters from all Indication bean prices were to vole. This is a privilege grantedto llon.. If you are a decocrat vote a handle concessions at the golf courseon ha'rvest'ers
the work would be to
: for lake expected, to hold their own during every American citizen. You should i straight ticket and stand behind your Sunday and will give Instructionsto will be used to harvest the crop. P.

located has been debated pro and the balance of the week.A take enough interest In your govern- party. Do. not let anyone tell you local golfers during the day. A. Poche, who has charge pf the
three weeks. It Is "W
oon for the past car of beans usually ,consists ot ment to go to the polls next Tuesdayand how to vote,' but vote the way Youtoil1 Major Wilson was in Clewiston sugar factory in Clewiston, has been
that Okeechobee has
understood six hundred hampers and can be express your choice not the like. Whatever you do vote. last Sunday: : and plaYCdseye in Canal Point the past two weeksin !
bid and offered sev .
made a. strong picked from five acres of beans if chpice of any Individual organization.. .House of Representatives: rounds of golf on the local! course. preparation for the opening. Mr.

eral good Inducements to the Gov- the, crop is anywhere near normal. If you are a: Democrat, Republican or :&'E. L. Stewart He, stated that he was well pleased Poche has assumed the duties of
Canal Point and
ernment officials. Beans were selling in New YoTJ Independent you should go to the I. County Commissioner with the course and that it was one Mr. Ames who had charge of the

Moore Haven also made bids lor Wednesday at $'2.50 and 300. This polls and support your party choice. .District: : NojE. .' 1 of the best courses he had played mill in Clewiaton, last season. He has

headquarters. It seems that Col. Fra: will not give the. growers a large If ;you. do not agree with the_ Democratic |? :'E.' Kelley ./...*V."';...... on In South Florida.( In a few. years been connected with the Sugar Com
the matter and se- .
zier has prom but will give them 'a small re- party, join the Republican, .if, District No.2' .' .Clewiston will have a fine golf course pany since it began operation here

lected Clewiston as the most desirable turn on their investment. you like neither. join the Independent f D... '.G. McCormlck ., ,'- and you will draw golf fans from three years ago. Eugene Kerr has

place.Located the part of the' seasona party but, affiliate yourself with District. No.: 3 ,-: .. the larger cities. also gone to Canal Point to assist
During early '
,.. approximately half way considerable amount of beans were some party and stand by that party I :I Ray ''C. Hull '.' :..\\ The local course has never been Mr. Poche in operating. the Canal
both coasts and the center :
between in to the low market 'and and help it to establish your desires : District No. 4 dt7 ';<:,.. played in par. Tom Shelley, local Point mill.
not picked due -, .
Okeechobee it :;:'; ;
: of the project Solon B. Crews* *:" ,.. .. golfer, shot a. thlrt-seven on: the The Canal Poil mill Is a very small
Officials the poor quality due, to wet weather.Mr. government.The ;.-..' -, /.'; : ..,
-. !seems: that the Government Crouch stated that he expects District No.. 5 -'.:..:.' ,'- course, thirty-six Is par. mill compared to the Clewiston fac

nave used sound judgement in selecting I to ship seventy-five cars of beans Democratic party is tire: '-r>I* 'F.. L. Dunaway. .%' .... Several, local golfers are very anxious : tory. The'' capacity of the' Canal Point

Clewiston. I during the next sixty days. strongest In the South. 'Florida deserted Member School' '
that the .
understood headquarceyrs '
It Is the Democratic ranks in the t'No.1. In all probability this will be means that the mill can grind 600

will be located In the south wing last general election and by so doing A..G.. Carr _. / :' ,done during the next week., The tons' of .cane each day if working irt

j'r'the Administration building of theClewiston GOVERNOR CLEAREDOF we have two recognized parties In District No.. 2 course is In fine condition stated W.. full'capacity. ." .

Company, located. here. Florida today. The Republican ana' i.!Drew, .- H mpton'I. .' C. Owen, the fairways have been Th'e entire crew for operating the'"YClewis

In establishing field Headquarters BRIBE.CHARGE Democratic: parties are the only par' District ,No.3'i.. ....,': '. mowed this week' and the greens ton mill will be transferred to
will r#: .
in Clewiston, the ties, recognized In Florida today. ,"Dave'' .G. Alston- ';' are improving every day. A large Canal Point for the opening ot .this
.' .
into the Everglades.!: ..,.,. ... .
new There Is no Independent. party and lk; '. ',Co.nstable"a :' crowd Is expected to be on. the mill. ;
that hundreds of people BY GRAND JURY :
It will mean they ,are not recognized In any branchof District 'No.: 1 :.'>. *.- ,'; : '1' course Sunday.

_,'. .;.;;,U1'.'.visit. Clewlston during the next. ... our state or county. government... ; : ,' Robert Turner ,.1.: ?,'- :. .
; .: .. .. : '- "
.. "
years. .Contractors; wllLJje-com* >; "" .J :: .... \ ***>- ; -? ';:v 0 :., :.__ ssMiami : TOM SMITH RETURNS: ITO
o. SwjrS?, t -
'7 -v : "- -- '> *** ea -
rEberhardt ilst .Cl iOtAL
yin an&golng AUMntormaUon' sent :; TEACHERS

out will. originate here and will give Of Libelous Statement Olsen Grows Potato Herald To Carry NEWSPAPER FIELD I

the city hundreds of dollars worth oft Weighing 10 1-4 Lbs.
Printed In Paper.The Story On 'Glades ATTEND ,
; : publicity. .
Business will begin to pick up here .
A ten and one quarter pound ,sweet The Miami
grand jury in Leo County returned Herald will carry a news FORT MYERS
month and with ?9UOO-
during xt potato fs commonly found in. the potato
story In
"No Bill" against Governor Sunday's paper on the Everglades
000 to be spent in the near future a patch of N. Olsen, of Celotex- Will i Handle Lake Worth
4hel' Carlton and Fred O. Eberhardt written by Mr. Page, wno

I much business! brighter.conditions are very Vednesday. The grand jury. was town. Mr. Olsen brought into the is agriculture editor of the Herald Cawthon, Owen and Bureau For The Mi

News office a sweet potato weighing -
I called by the circuit judge of Leon Mr. Page spent the first of the, past
ten and one quarter pounds. This week Caswell Will SpeakTo ami. Herald.
County at The suggestion of Gover- making a tour of the Evergladesand

MRs potato was grown in' niy back yard will feature the Clewlston Teachers.Clewiston's .
FRANC HOWARD nor Carlton after Fred O. Eberharut area
with practically no care shows what in Tom Smith, who has been connected -
had printed a statement in his paper his news story.
everglades:! soil will produce, statea school teachers left with the Gulf Life Insurance_ Company -
charging Governor Carltou with accepting According to Mr.: Page the back I '
DIED SUDDENLY Mr. Olsen. lor' J'ort fo rthe past three months has .
bribes and mismanagementIn country or the upper Everglades is early Thursday: morning .
The, potato is firm and would makea will attend the again entered .the newspaper field.
his office. just beginning to take its first step Myers;
LASTSATURDAY good meal for about a dozen peo Southwest, Florida Teachers. Association -
The grand jury has been in sessionfor towards future prosperity. I have .Mr. Smith has accepted a position, .
; Of this size'would
pIe. course, potatoes
which a day
the past ten days. Eberhardt, 'found conditions in. the Everglades opens with the Miami i Herald and will have
not sell on the market readily and Friday.
editor of the Tallahassee paper and unusually good, stated the agriculture there Thursday charge of the Lake_ Worth bureau_ ---
Funeral Was Held In but a canning plant establishedin Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen will address
E. T. Hollingsworth, editor of the .. editor. During the past thirty days he has
the Everglades could make a good the teachers at the opening session
West Palm Beach South Jacksonville Herald, were profit canning potatoes. "We need Thursday morning.The been in Jacksonville, the home ,office

called before the body at the suggestion of the. Gulf Insurance Company, ,
Monday. some means of handling the vastamount : S. WATT LAWLER TO first meeting will be held in
i. ot the Governor., handling publicity for the Million,
wasted each
of vegetables the Edison Park auditorium at 10.
Witnesses were called from all sec- Dollar drive started by that organi-
entire shocked last year and the time. is soon coming o'clockvhich will be a general gathering
The city was
ions of the state and after spendingten ADDRESS DEMOCRATS zation the first of October. He was
wide awake citizen
when news when. some ( will and all teachers are expectedto
Saturday evening spreau
days behind closed doom the jury here stated Mr.. very instrumental in the success of
establish a
mrs. Franc Howard, mother of cannery : attend.
that reported a "No Bill." This, of : the drive and the Company wrote
Mrs. Malcomb Bigg had died sud- I Olsen. AT LABELLE W. S. Cawthon, state superintendent -
course, cleared the Governor and al- over $2,000,000 worth of life Insurance -
will speak, followed by Dr. W.
denly. so Eberhardt of all charges. '..1'be.out. in Florida In one week.

"Mrs. Howard had made her homerith ome was the same as the trial of HORTMAN TO PLAY L. Caswell; prefessor of education at Mr. Smith returned to Clewiston'
Efforts Are Being Made Peabody college. Dr Caswell will talk
Clewiston fort
her daughter Eberhardt at Jacksonville several Monday and accepted the position'with

.,. *xe past. two years and was one oft I months ago. Eberhardt was charged FOR LEGION DANCE To Have Ruth Bryan on "Curriculum Revision". He will the Herald Wednesday.He .
also address various department
.. ,$ most beloved women In the ene with a plot to assassinate the Gov- will assume his new duties on
. Owen Speak Here.The meetings in the aeternoo'n. Another
'city.V ernor. November 1st and will move to Lake
.." ', MONDAY NIGHTTen feature of the general meeting will
:: She came to live with Mr. and Mrs. Of course, no one will ever know Worth today.,
be an address by George M. Lynch,
of honoiable S. Watt Lawler, of
after the completion will handle society for
Mgg soon just what evidence was brought out Mrs. Smith
Fort Myers will address the Democrats superintendent of schools !Or Plnellas
,elr home and was active in all In the jury room, this remains a mystery the Herald In Lake Worth.
Piece Orchestra Is county, who will submit a report of
!Community affairs and enjoyed the to all supporters of Governor of LaBelle at the LaBelle Thea-

.love and friendship of every family Carlton. The Jacksonville herald Expected To Draw tre tonight at' eight o'clock. the committee of 16 which has 15een West Palm Beach To
I studying educational problems dur- ,
in the community. charged the Governor with direct Mr. La\vler !Is one ol the most capable I
Large Crowd.The the past OpeningOf
funeral! services were held in West evidence accepting bribes. They speakers on the West coast anda year. Celebrate The

Palm Beach Monday afternoon from made no errors in their direct charge Targe crowd is expected to near Mrs. Owen will also address a gen Of The Season ..
local post of the American Le- eral meeting of the teachers again
the parlors of the Ferguson Funeral and yet the grand jury has found' him tonight. The meeting lias been -
gion will give a dance at the Clew- Friday morning before leaving for
Home. The Rev. U. r. S. Lauder, that there was no "evidence of pub- arranged by the county Democratic West Palm Beach will celebratethe
iston Inn Monday night. Arcadia.
Rector Holy Trinity Episcopal Church ishlng a libelous statement." Executive Committee and is the. fore opening of the tourist season to.
Puss Hortman and his famous or-
I /officiated. One of the most impressive What can this mean and where has runner or several meetings to be held morrow. The Chamber of Commercehas
chestra will furnish music. The
and beautiful servicesas read over the county before the elcTlon POOR ECONOMY IN FEEDING
either side gained elaborate programand
any advantage soar planned an
Hortman orchestra is known all over
by Reverend Lauder. The entire par- We Tusday. merchants are offering
predicted this would be the all the
south and in the college -
the especially Niggardly feeding of good cows is
beautiful floral
lor was filled with outcome of the Inquiry last week. bargains for the open-
circles. Mr. Lawler is well known to tile mistaken likewise liberal unusually good
civic organi-
offerings sent by every
.' their According to advanced information people of Hendry County and has feeding of poor cows' is. just as poor ing day.
In the city, expressing
THE WEATHERDate the ten piece orchestra is the represented Lee county In the leg practice. The program will get under way
love and esteem.Pallbearers I
best ever to play for the local dances.A slature. He is one of the most brilliant tomorrow morning vilh a large street
were R. Y. Patterson, '
!Max Min! Rainfall big crowd is expected from Moore lawyers in Fort Myers and from LAKE LEVEL parade and baby show, ,

II. A. Bestor A. E. Anderson, F. M. Oct. 20 ..........-... 76 71 .15 Haven, LaBelleBelle_ Glade and oth his knowledge of the Democratic A largo crowd i is' ,expected to attend

Wright. WCP Jernigan and H -C. Kolsfad. Oct. 21 .............. 8.3. 70 .05 er points around the lake. principas ho is scheduled fo give one 6P.M. 6. A. M. the opening :from., the Ever
;..' Oct. 22 .............. 82 69. Music will begin at nine o'clock of the most flrory addresses ever Oct. 23 .:.................. 18.5 1s.6.:: glades.

I...) Mra Howard was burled In Wood Oct. 23 ............? 79 6.4. .15 I and last until. delivered fn the. county seat.A Oct. 24. .................... 18.5 18.3

claw C -mQ-tery. She was seventythreeyears : Ocr.. 24 -., ........... 7G T5G( The price_ is $2.00 per couple and good crowd from Clewlston Is Oct 25 .................... 18.6 18.6 CAUSE FOR A DIVORCE

of, age and Is survived by fcne Oct. 25 .............. 79. 65_ .67 according to the members 'of the local expected to attend the meeting and Oct. 26 .................... 18.5 18.5: Because his wife never kissed him

daughter? Mrs. Malcomb Bigg, and Oct. 26 .....,........ :79' 57 committee arranging dances for arrangements are being made for 'a Oct.. 27 .................... 18.4 18.4. (luring the 17 years of their married

one brother, Fred Norfhorp, of Warren Total Rainfall for week ..............? 1.02 the.leglon it will be one-ffl the. best tour of the county" before 'l'uesday Oct -2'8. .................... 18.4'' 18.3 life, H. M. Conover has filed suit lora

./r.. 'Pa.. Total Rainfall to 'date ................ 61.48 dances of. the season. night. : Oct. 29 .......:............ 18.3 18.3 divorce at Passaic, N. J.y .

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c.L itJSTOv''EHIS. cLtrcylSt U.1 FLORIDA ..' .
: _
TWO rnta/.v:
tA.c. CCTOCER :ST, : 1g3':
Ii I '1
..:::;mugs as weapons, at r Fricburg, Ge- workman, found 'that his n only injuryof
: WORLDWIDEcSii1iitS ; i appear before such authorities to
'I '
THE CLEWISTON : ; many. Pinesville, Md., is in a hospitalwas
:. I a broken tooth. support the, facts presented In the

every Friday at An egg so small that it would take compiled advantages of Florida."
I ,
Clewiston, Florida. Recently for the 113th time, Edward U. :S.:) r'arnl Hoard, be urea lu 10.< ...: I .
1135 of them, to make a standard Joseph Zaloudek, of Omaha, Neb., "Tbe discussion of Florida's solar-: _

Howard, 52 ;years old, of Philadelphia site nauoa a needy ciuzuiia. uur,':' / was laid by a hen '011 a $24,000 and marine climate "
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher 1uzcn paul-I won on the English Derby concluded MivDann. r. )
Pa., gave a .pint or his blood. the coming winter, has uoon 1IIml\:: try farm WooJcliff; Lake, N.' and had never seen a horse race or "brings Into print interestingfacts
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- by W. (i. McAdoo, lonneiof beCl"eLary I
transfusion to help save a bet
through I on one before. that: heretofore have been
iston, Florida, as second class matter. the U. S. Treasury. : j never
human life. Railway: labO1l1iOllS arc prepar puU'shec' ). The topics of climate
---- r I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES '. ing to launch an oni ;nixed, campaign i\ after a dog attacked and bit her. 19 sunlight, calcium, skyshine, htimldily -
Au oaK tree, at lowiuorpo, .1.Hb", ; '\ I .
One Year ......................................., $2.50 ]In their quest for a thrill, :3 boys :.alu LO be 1IJUlJ Yeaib wu'lilt alt: to secu rea 6-hour day as. their solution times. vitamins and Iodine are discussed

Six' Months .................................... 1."U I exploded dynamite In a ColumbiaS. Loiitinouate loO) chl. l1; .l .Tu h>:' .....! of the unemployment. problem_ h,_ .. .. ,_ _,'" ,,, fioiu ilia nil iugg brought ',out by

Three Months ............:................... .75 ( C.) church, wrecking the baptismal low trunk :" : '.... .' '. A triple. rainbow :_ was !3e'en' relently :-cielltiiic.: iusearch.
font and shattering the church After the helmsman and ills assistant ','. by residents 'of MonticeiioThe "
RATES ; I ..\11 analytical study of, the sub-
ADVERTISING f .. _' ,__ of ,lurid.
windows. 1. A -w 'C were-swept from the-deck *a .1 ., '
Forty-five cents per Inch. No dis- -Mrs.: Lucy hay; 01 Lobclanu trot, fishing vessel during, a fierce storm <( t }': -i-_ ject' of climate, according to Part

count for plates. No special position if"Tue owner or an apple tree' inmf ': one. of the grief "reveals the factI'.at'not
number of books '
Marcel printed eachyear'
off the coast of Brittany,
Edward Paulson, of Chicago: ilf.
01-! mil
yielded Gl bushels ot' unit tins sea ) but animals and
All advertising copy
guaranteed. .
in the United tSates is. estimated
died from a severe bum inflicted by Tlioual, the IC-year-old cabin boy, of plants"
are effected !
n most davan-
must be in this office on Wednesday son.
France leaped and, of 200,000,000. ,. ,
Concarneau, ,
Issue of a; hot Iron that his wire applied to -- .t taireous ways: by the special factorsor
before paper.
his stomach in an effort to ease the caught; the helm lie .pteercrl ,the yes- features'
:! making
After they had buildeu a big business up Florida's clI-
pain! he suffered.Joaqiiin .. sell without assistance, for 24 flours The population of New York, .N:. i
Gold "Sunlight and its importance
ELECT PROSPERITY Mr. and Mrs. Henry locked
t. .- ae none of the crews' were able to Y., Is 'growing : at the rate; of 375, a "to health
an dcquitable
their store, filled with trcsh mealS living Is
Botsch,. a barber, using a reach him during ..the .awtul. gale. day :_ treated is also
: as calc iunu Skyshine
PROSPERITY i is up for election and groceries and mysteriously disappeared r .. A ,
razor, and Manuel Lopez, a shoemaker :' :' Marcel steered the ship to harbor ::.---:: :- vJtair.In and iodine
'remr are given placein
running to overthrow DEPRESSION. from Memphis A with I
\ using a knife, fought a uuel safely!: and ,the I-Yench, Government baby 3 'well-formed legs the brief and discussed briefly In

ICs tor the people to decide which I in which Lopez lost his life near I has given him the highest honors I was born: near Nyack, N. !. 'The in- elation to the general health
will be chosen. Every man and every Among the personal cxieots. of fant's extra le is "" I promoting -
; connected at the
Alto Pedro. Cuba. which .France may bestow upon a combination of climate
Mrs. Fields who -died I sunshine -
ballot Ida
woman Is privileged to lecenuy base of the spine.

every day.DEPl1.8SSI0N. .. in her .7Sth ;year, at ialgerton, ivis. sailor. r I :- and calcium prevailing in
Aiichnel Slaboda. :HO 'old) or
years FloridaHumidity, wlni.Ii! ;.'* (L..cd
has no rightful were 500 pairs of shoes. Thomas Eggleston was .
Trenton, N. J., strangled to death .There: are ,27S leper sin the government jailed "at as a "vague: term which. does not
place with a hundred and twenty Plainfield N. J. because .
through the collapse of his artificial leper colony at (Carrville, he ,was unable carry: the, same meaning to everyone
million people, exchanging goods and 'iiie most densely:! populated J.WU'I to pay a $10 fine for stealinga "
fhroat, inserted by surgeons sometime Louisiana. is discussed as to its effect on
services-capable ,- accustomed and lu the world is the 'isiuna 01 juvu ; newspaper.
ago. the human body ,and the "unique
willing to work-more highly skilled I which. has C'JO persons per square '
< is the European"country qualities "
Italy. only of Florida's humidity.
than other peoples-leaders in clti- mile. ; ,
backed After: lie had displaced a loose .. .inhlch the birthrate Is increasing. FAIR OFFICIALS( WILLINVITATIONS The data used in. Part Two of the
ciency and progressiveness- ---- ..
board in the floor ot the jail at "; brief is based upon the figures and
by the vast natural resources of the ," Regret for his'act of rOIJIJillg'it : ; ..
Cettysburg, Pa., a prisoner made a 1 : President Chiang Nai-Shck, of Chi- observations of the Florida office ot .
United States. When we make it po- store. in Newark, N.: J., caused Free SEND
successful "catch" when he droppeda I mia: has been converted Ch'ristIan- the U. S. Weather Bureau since its
sible for the man who works to havea man Beck surrender 10 tHe ioico':
"fishing tackle" consisting of a ity. He was baptized into the Christian establishment; the figures and tabulations
job we make it possible for Jinn and hand them ?74 of the S4 he na broom-handle and a twisted{ hf"1 S i ffllt.h' according to the rites of, TO YOUR FRIENDS of the Florida State Boardof
,: to buy food for his family and so taken. ? S ,
spring, into the midst of a variety t the Methodist Episcopal Church 1 Health and special research work.
help all business, Including that ot -- '" d I'1
of contraband beverages that are .w South. the graphs,' maps and charts used
the farmer. There are now, in the United
stored in the cellar under the ,jail. who"possess .o. Boost Florida By Mails were especially prepared for the
The rest of the world is of small States more than 40,000 persons '
loo'r.A, : lODU,00O >' .Angelia Biijda: has asked the CQurtto Great brief. The data presented was compiled -
importance compared with that free wealth valued ,'at $ Proving
: enjoin, Mathilde! Van Rynde from under the supervision of a special -
market of 120,000,000 people-nomo- or' more.
.now electrical} device, the prod- i I'"m.iklng: : faces at her." Both women' Success. committee. .
like tastes habits and ----
geneous-of uct of a German inventor, loc'fs' .ov 1(1> : },i reside at Rever, Mass.

aspirations-living under the same unlocks a door by; pressing a button When a man Is killed in United::'j :: TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 2i).-Supporting

laws -free of trade barriers. Foreign States Army service, one filled i out 1' "
fixed in the wall of a: room. While farms in the United States the stale wide campaign to "Bio- CHAMBER COMMERCE

trade may be troubled by tariffs -....;..- blank report suffices If a horse i I average 130.a. re.s in size: farms ,in'I Florida by :Mail," in which residentsof

and revolutions, but at their killed, 12 reports are requlr d. If ;,l '
It is estimated that ; France 17'acres. the state ire to invite
the average average: only_ !: urged nortlicrn -
peak our exports represented only American I revolver is lost, 24 ,forms must be ; A' ENDORSES. PASSAGE
Woman used in her lifetime friends to journey south this

five and a half billions of dollars of 3 times!:? 'her weight in cosme- filled out and variously distributed.',!:I'/. A bridge constructed entirely of winter, the. South Florida Fair has .

gross business in a year out of a to- porcelain stands near Pekin China. issued souvenir '
tics. a mailing booklet to r EVI AMENDMENTS
tal income of ninety billions. An average of 5 persons die from . '-.'. ,
:. be mailed 'to all 'addresses furnished:
Stagnation of circulation is wnats tuberculosis each day in Philadelphia : '
The funeral-of "Uncle" Richard
While both, were asleep In uteriNew the association:

the matter with agriculture and with York, N. Y., home, J. 11. turn Pa. ) Wood, respected slavery-day negro, Featuring the reduced railroad rate

Business. Everyone can help to get bit his wife's little finger .that ,got set ,a precedent Statesville: N. C", information to Florida between Jan Florida Has Nothing To

that circulation moving again. !unto 'his mouth. Mrs. Jiirn died several .A ruby, believed to rank among.* :when, the service was held In the uary 31 and February :21 the 40 Lose And EverythingTo

Government can't make Prosperity the world's greatest gems, was ;
days later, as a result of blood '200,000 First Presbyterian Church. page booklet is filled with attractive Gain.
-alone. Bankers and other business found recently at :'tIagolUPIJer Bur' ,Wrncl S
poisoningwhich developed in the was among the first to con photographs of Florida scenes, cit-

leaders can't make Prosperity wounded finger ma. ...:i ,tribute and to pay his subscription rus displays and entertainment at-

alone. It's the people, united in opinion .- '- 'vin i. full when the white' congregation tractions. LEESBURG, Fla. ""Florida has

and and courage, who When the buffalo was threatened built its chinch edifice. nothing to lose and
purpose everything
While he was gazingat, an elephant .i According to General 1J. togain'Jby
determine Prosperity. They can' elect : with extlnction -about 10 ',)'e.lrs: ; ash:; :,-, '. ;.:I;. .,,: .: ...:'E<' ....f. '....... ......; i. Manager. the theCinstitu
in a circus at l ackPoiJln'g.., T. Strieder ,the';South ,Florida. FaIr ,' .'>0 passage.. '. .. of. '. -

it-none other. 1-year-old, Joseph'.Elgey was crushed the Canadian Government... secured afew : While chewing the drop cord, of an will' mail out these colorful booklets tional amendment exempting' certain

moots tnat win oe vanuiv: count- to death by the huge .animal. lallingipon of the animals and placed them' electri clight in a barn near Grand to any address furnished. by resi- enterprises from taxation for the pe-

ed for PROSPERITY are of many him when' it accidentally, .' luSt 'on a reservation. As. ,the result ot View, Wis, a cow swallowed tne dents of the state an dinvites everybody : riod of fifteen years," said G G. '

kinds. Some one of then every man its balance. constant protection the. herd nom socket. In doing this the animal to send in ;a list of names' ot Ware, president of the. State Chamber ;-.

and woman can cast. ,For example: numbers 4,000.A twisted the switch button with its friends' in the north who may be interested of Commerce, when interviewed

Help a deserving man or a woman I Since the recent installation of the I tongue and thereby electrocuted it in vacationing in the land on the question.' .

to, get a little paying work-or, better GOO police telephones; that operate new chemical fire extinguisher, self. of sunshine during the winter "Industries already operating,;; 'within -

,a regular! t job. I Imiifar to fire, alarm l boxes., police resembling a'large tube of shaving 0- I months.All th3 '.siatu cannot, possibly:. hurt

Spend wisely and not too timidly, of" Paris, France have been enabled cream, is now available as a safety In New York City, .when L-ouis. railroads within a radius o? I oy cue; amendment. lo the central

and anticipate scheduled expendI- to arrest many burglars -redhand d. first. device in the home or automo Schupan: 29!) years old, tried to flirt 1500 miles of .Tampa, embracing 16 they will be helped in a number 01

tures so far as is practicable. bile I with Mrs. nos .. Lewis, aged 51) :years states, have: established, a reduced I ways if new industries arc intioduted. -

':Turn The deaf ear to false mischievous The card index system at the JJeartment ._- I she had him arrested and he was round trip fare to accommodate l. Values created by the addi-

rumors; and don't repeat of Justice. in 9 Washington, American Indian corn, taken to At- I fined[ $10. prespective visitors to the South tie:ai eWpioyriCct'of labia; are subject

them, if you do hear. them. D. C., contains nearly 3,000,000 rIca oy willIe planters be\eiai yeuiri: I Florida Fair and Gasparilla Carnival to taxation. New .industries
Be wining to pay a fair price.! Don names and ,aliases of Known Ameri- ago is now generally grown by the I', Ben Martin, of Kelso, Wash., arrested -:I February 3 to 14. The tickets will themselves will consume products of

take advantage of the other man's can criminals. native farmers of that country.In for liquor law 'violations, told 'J.1)e placed on 'sale January_ 31 and existing ones. The opening up' of our

necessity, Recognize that he has as I Sheriff Dill that he had his son, 14 I until February 25. industrial possibilities will :Induce

good claim Ito a fair profit as y-ou. By using ropes, 12 men succeededIn 42 days M. V. Edwards, of Kcl- years old, tend a still to keep him industries not now in existence to

When a vampire that fattens on extricating a cow from a Ib-ioot so, Wash., constructed an inlaid I out of mischief. be established just, as the citrus Industry

well into table top containing 1,700 pieces of STATE CHAMBER for the
the miseries of others shows up helpto which the ,animal had fall- is responsible newborn

make him unpopular. '- en. at .Oriskauy Falls, N. Y. wood. I Charles Smith, of Greenwich, England byproducts industry.

Discourage calamity howlers. .. ,. was fined ?25 for biting off a HAS PREPARED "The locating In Florida of plants:>>

Arthur Wellauer an Ashland Pu. dog's tail.Whestling. under the provisions of the amendment
Keep business moving evenly, and ,I With the use of a new x-ray apparatus ( J -

scientists at the grocer, discovered a tropical snakein ," says President Ware, "means
remember that, ID the average man, University BOOKLET ON STATE
his job is his particular business. of Michigan are now able to take the bunch of bananas ho was matches between wom-I the founding ,of a permanent industrial -

When possible, reassure him against pictures through l'a ,plate of steel 4 about to carry out oC his cellar. en are the latest exhibitions, offered I background for FlormTl. it

hi l? fear of losing it, inches.. thick. to sensation seekers in Paris. I Will i To neaus allowing Florida communities
Attempt Bring
Several bones, 12 inches in dIameter will be allowed to accomplish the
Save, but save wisely, not in fright
Invest for the profit that sound enterprise Injecting poison into her veins and a .9-foot tusk of a mastodon Capt. Wm. Hill, aged 92 years, and Soldiers Home To things which have been saId. and

have been nnearther near Aromas, his wife; aged 90 years, of Guilford, written regarding Florida as a place
pays with State With Data. .
and for the aaucd ln o-- a hypodermic was the S -
Cal. Conn., have started their 72nd yearof for industry. As most of the indus
it that 'will come after the hysteria method chosen by Pauline Curvin, a
married life togethei. tries named in the amendment will
vof pessimism has passed. 24-year old' nurse, 'to end her life at JACKSONVILLE. "Florida -
The largest sugar beet ever grown consume products from our land, the
i Paducah, Ky, Recreation -
Health, Climate Transportation,
was exhibite dat lIoorhead.1inl1.., Asked what injuries he had .sur- land itself will be more able to earn
Nobody Wants this Million and Utilities" Is the captionof
recently It weighed 12 1-2 pounds ferod when testifying regarding an the taxes assessed against It."Ilov .
Mrs Zula Hinman, of Auburn, Ind., the Florida brief prepared by the
and was raised by Henry Stevens. automobile accident Henry Brown, to place Florida on par with
There Is over a million dollars hi recently: extracted from. her own leg Florida State Committee on the National -
'the of Memphis, Tenn., showed, splintered chic states in the building 01: an inuibinai -
banks of New York State which S a needle ,she had:: swallowed 25 Soldiers' Home for presentation -
i .:..- In Detroit,. Mich., the courts are wooden leg. background has been &l-
nobody claims. It consists of bank years ago. -._ to the Board of Managers .or
balances .....,." asked to save ,30,000 homes of workers problem long discussed. Florida
carried le'cred"u
to t of the National Home for Volunteer I
who cannot meet mortgage interest Statistics reveal that 85 p'er cent competitors are making liberal pro-

foriucr customers who have become After ""J. Later, -'a farmer._ ;' ot near because of unemployment.On of the persons past 65 years old, in Disabled veterans, in support of the I visions for industrial expansion. The
lost, strayed, or died. The New York the location of the
state's claims for
East N. Y.I: 2
Nassau; spent years the United States, are dependent constitutional amendment to come
State banking department says that raising a calf to marketable size, he other for living. branch home recently authorized by
upon persons
account of the drought the before the voters for ratification on
a good deal of this in the south.
money has been Congress to he located
sold It to a butcher for ?60. Later
unclaimed for United States Department of Agriculture November 4 exempting certain m-
many- -years. when Laier learned that the animal I "This brief," says Herman Dann,
The same condition will loan to farmers seed Amy Johnson, 22-year-old: English I dustrios from taxation lor fifteen
no doubt existsto had been slaughtered and the meat of _St. Petersburg, Chairman of the
some extent in valued at $25,000,000.A girl, made'a' lone flight, by airplane rears is the answer to the challenge.
most every bankin State Committee, "sets forth the 1
sold for $120 within 3 days he be- Australia. .
from London to a policy
it the State adopts
the country "Finally
that has Been operat- came so thoroughly disgusted: that reasons why the branch home shouldbe

:ign. over a period of several years. he quit farming. soup bone an inch long and half o'n World located in Florida from the stand of leniency in taxation toward in-

an inch wide was removed from the Semi-annual payments point of scientific research as wellas '. dustry," concluded the :State: Cham

lime of Mrs Vera Vaz 30 War. debts, just made to the United ber head "all industrial l' establishments -
TURNING years old statistical and general data on i! ,
THE CORNER More than: buu"'nest.110IeS for birds States, by foreign nations, total by in the amend
:Losses or I'anama City, by surgeons at a The brief has been com- whether named
due to the state.
crop conditions this were made in the upper part of the $117, 000.000. thereby.A .
-: Philadelphia hospital. Mrsti:! az swat ment or not will seek profit
'year deals
will not Je' its piled in two parts. Part one
large as losses walls of the new 11-story City Hall, in-
due to Calvin lowed the bone while at'dln'ner on with the "Solar and Marine Climateof vote for the amendment. means
crime,. Coolidge declares in Munich, Germany.A Joseph Hart 50 years old, hunter seeking locations will

.- Crime .iias i ':grown in the past Juno 30 and guide, at Saranac Lake, N. Y., Florida" while part two is given dustries now If the amendment

decade seven l11'e5 as rapidly as the new law requiring :3 days' no- became so exasperated at S an Ingrown over to facts covering climatologicaldata consider our state. will elsewhere

population. According to Co Uer's tice of marriage intentions, is blamedfor The (world's largest ice rink is under toe nail that he severed the vital statistics, transportation, falls these plants having go opportunityto

Weekly, similar waves of crime have the 17 percent slump in the number construction !hi St. Louis: .Mo. !its to" with n chisel put hammer. I recreation and utilities supported by without Florida con-
Under present
followed every great "ar but as of weddings In the, state of Texas The arena will be 2G5 feet long and The man collapsed from loss of I graphs, charts, maps and tables. bid for them. develop in-
the state cannot
S ditions
twleve years have now passed:: since during the first 6 months of the 110 feet wide. .. blood' but is recovering.Aft "The brief," continued Chairman -
should and any progress
dustrially as .it
the World War ended, It may tie srfed u1p- law's. operation. Dann, "has been presented to the made In this direction will, be

that: the !latest era of wide. !. -"'-- Thirty persons were Injured in..a a, fall ot 7 stories from thereof Washington authorities! charged with slow and confined to a' rerY

Fpread lawlessness, ). is very near ,its. A proposal that the 60.000,000 I brawl between Socialists and Fascists ,of u building to the ground, In the selection of a site for the home very --. ,"

close. bushels. of wheat, purchased.' by the who used, chair ie sand Deer I It" Stockholm, Sweden, Tore Fredelin, a and a special Florida committee t,r will limited field indeed

FRIDAY, OCTODER 31, 1033'__h___ CLEWISTON NEWS CLEW" O.V. FLf.t\DA: PAr,:. 7..IjreI
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I in the cast of Clara Bows laugh- ( .
,- .J'-:1<: -"'-':--:. : 'Co = .
and-love hit, "Her Wedding Night. a- 1
Paoli is the most 1
Imposing figure in
fl9tzca9iCt I
< Hollywood's French colony. LAND LOCATIONSLet
- == ==
Palm cBeach'Theatres Three-in-a-row Frank Tuttle, WhO
mst: yuti. co.nrrs I'i.hr;: and have you trouble later.
.' won outstanding screen fame for his
.' .Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 3C9 '
direction of "Sweetie," has just hit .. Woik done accurate and reasonable prices.

I' three times in succession with Clair: ,
j\ir. and Mrs. Richard Small have salad course was served to the following Bok. He directed ''True't die Navy, W. F. COTHERN Surveyor.

"' ';" moved from Clewlston to Palm guests: Misses Jamie Will AT THE KETTLER "Love Among the Millionaires" and I

'. .. : Beach Mrs. Small will be manager iams. Ella Whatley, Elsie iiare an,I "Her Wedding Night," just rele 'scd. .
,'. 7rz.p 'V".r__""",, ....::. .... .
t. r of the new drug store just' openedLy Sara Green. Messrs. A. W. Slas, Walker Playing "low-brow" roles m taiKies Comfort is the first consideration .r ""' c

-r: :.' wr.' Dave Alston. Nail Pniiit Dr. Czelle and air. is much harder than accomplishing in motion picture playing, accordingto '

and Mrs. Roy Dunaway. similar characterizations In silent : -
Frank Tuttle, who has Just com-
f 0', '
( The many friend of \h'.. J. W. ,. films. : pleted directing Clara Bow In 'Her -A'L

d." '''.,'., Scott' regret to know that she 13 :,rr. H. C. Jones returned nom John Gilbert and Wallace Beery I Wedding Night. "A player must feel BAKERY .

\:iz.-. quite' ill at the Lakevfew hospital Jacksonville ,:\londa)'. Mrs. Jones ie- discovered this during rehearsals of comfortable in, his part before the
'mained there for a longer visit with their roles In "Way for a Sailor," characterization can be convincing. .". .

( Mrs. Lewis Green is In Arcadia under relative's and friends. Gilbert's latest starring vehicle which after a change of but one word ot :::..' Patronize your home industrie> '

the care of the doctor. plays Wednesday, Thursday and Friday dialog will make all the differencein

:. .," Mr. Powers of the Powers Con- "
at the Kettler Theatre. the world. Tuttle always assures

'.:.:'.. Mrs A. B. Best, of Baldwin, Fla.', struci:en Company spent Sunday; In Not only did they have to learn himself that Charlie Ruggles "feels J. BRANTLEY & SON
/':;: ,Is spending the week, with her sisterDfrs. ciowiston.Mr.: ; their dialogue for this production comfortable" before ordering a take .. !
=: : = : :-<:- =:-:- :- = : :-- :- :- :- :- :- :- =
;: \ : J. K. Baker. : but tlyey had to be taught to speak of any scene.s .

Louis Morgan was in Palm the lines with a: Cockney accent In Clara Bow says in "Her Wed

: .,! Mrs. E. I.... Stewart' left Mondayfor Beach Monday on business. keeping with the nature of their ding Night," "Two Is company but

Macon, Ba, being called homeon characterizations, that of two "hard- three, is a girl's best friend."

account of the illness ot" her moth- Mr.\ Bob Turner, of LaBelle is boiled" sailors on an English freight CLEV/ISTON FOLKS

:- err *: again in Clewiston, staying at the er. that real estate which i is occupied

I Watanabee Hotel. by the industrial plant and buildings

.1\11'. and Mrs. J. K. Baker are quite I I Minor clerks and ,assistant 'operators together, with the lands required lor ; THE HOTEL TA-rdIA .

fortunate in having with them a :Mr. and Mrs.\ J. K. Baker motoredto warehouses, storage, tracking and "
in Hollywood's leading beauty : .'. ..; :.. MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES -
small baby girl they have just adopted. Pahndale Sunday. facilities the enumerated -
: parlors enjoyed a holiday, with pay, i shipping of above : :; '.
: The baby will he called Hetty. '
enterprises. YOU .
when, Clara Bow's new starring pic, .
Mr. and Mrs. G.' B. Hudson and amendment
I ture. "Her Wedding Night," "rented"all The purpose of the is
c Miss. Frances Monroe is spending daughter, Carolyn Jane, of Can.n to hold out an inducement for the
the boulevard beauty specialistsfor "The Most\ Perfectly Ventilated Hold In the South"Storage .
.the week in Jacksonville as guest ot 'P' ir t' spent Sunday in Clewiston. "I a movie scene. location of any industrial enterprises

:Mrs. H. C. Jones and her mother. .
in tints state( of the character speCI-
Lloyd Corrigan, Paramount writer- Space. Across Street European Plan
Mrs:: Annie ,Normand, of Jacksonville fied in the amendment by exemptingthe
director, will View Clara Bow's new
lure Leland yews: 01 r t. ,LJeudt: u, was a guest. at the Watanabe industrial plants' of such enter
starring picture, "Her Wedding
was a business vIsitor"to ClewistonTuesday. Hotel several days the past week: prises and the appurtenances thereto -
Ivight, whcih plays Saturday, Sunday -
tJlie was accompanied on her retufh. ';;: from all taxation for a period ot
Monday and Tuesday at the
home Sunday as far as Palm Beach 15 from the date they begin :.:=.: .=:- :- .: .:: ::- .: :- :-:-= :
pettier, with especial interest i u- years
,/ Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wr bit motored by :Misses Elta Whatley, Ola l'ette- .
lian Elliott is in the cast, and, Tu operation, provided they came into II
1, to Palm, Beach Monday to attend way, Messrs.: Hob Hancock and Troy 1 r
being after July 1, 1929, and are established \ I
private life, Miss Elliott is Mr.\ Corn- Satisfy him with \ / if
the funeral of :Mr?. Franc Howard. Furyear.Mr. gan's mother. before 1948. j

All taxation Is covered by the r
One time France's Olympic weight
:'. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith returned :\ W. L. Lewis spent TTie .weekend ;: champion Raoul Paoli will be seen Amendment arid it is assumed that Pure Guernsey MilkCLEWISTON 1 lp !

Tuesday from a six weeks stay in in Tampa and Lakeland. l this refers to license, franchise and ,ne r I

Jacksonville. Their many.. friends' DAIS ADViSES I other taxes, .as well as property tax- from the

regret to know that they \vill. mov Mr.-and Mrs. Claude Downsat j I i es. Only enterprises of the exact nature Glf

to Lake Worth to make:: their home. tended the! funeral of Mrs Franc [ named, in the amendment are .
I '
I Howard in Palm Beach Monday.Mr. PUBLIC OrJ PROPOSED I covered by this- and no enterprise ,: : :"

I I.( which was established prior to July .-,',- .'. '
I .' "; : ,
: Mr. and Mrs. Williamson l'et11l'11ed ." .' -
R. Y. Patterson f NEW\ benefit -.t: -
spent Mondayin AfvIENDMENTS i 1, 1929 can obtain the ot :) .
'' Monday, after spending the summer Palm Beach. same. ,:::,-.-:-'; "

,: 1 in the north. I No.3 I

';.'. ,, ) Mr. and Airs. G. Small spent Sunday Are Great Steps Toward The third proposed amendment I
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvcl spent
in LaBelle as guests of relatives. Of put up to the will of the voters ot |
the week-end in Tampa. Future Prosperity
Florida by' the legislature is another i
t Sugr1anI-ifr Phone 333
The State.The amendment to Article IX of the con-
. Mesdames A. Bestor R. Y. Patterson
. Mrs.\
Mr. and J. F. Tippey and
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!: 1.11. Cleo ,,\. Houze, \V. C. uwen stitution relating ,to taxation and 11-1 :: : : =:: :- : : : : = = = : .:. .:. .:. :: .:. : : :
(uugnter, ranees, wuu test. m .
and. '1'.. V. Watson spent Monday! in second of the tour constitutional }, nan ccs.It the federal government. But in those I exactly the same footing as it has
., simmer! for. the west havc.r turn d. .
I I ",,v/:.. .,. : > Palm Beach driving over for the fu- ; amendments Sihmitte.d'tel. the amends. section 11 of that ar- states which have. a state inheritance lieretoiore stood in prohibiting, an
: .; and,
.. are now at Canal Point. Kir.; '
> neral of Mrs. Franc Howard. voters! oC Florida mIlls .111 additional tic Je in such vay as to authorize tip tax as much as SO pe rcent, of the' inheritance taxes and income taxes:
( Tippey was in Clewiston Tuesday on
i section to Article IX of tile cons.mii- I legislature to levy an inheritance tax amount levied by the federal govern- in this state. '
business. tI
Charlie Minor spent Sunday in Ar- tion elating to taxation by piovidng to absorb the amount of money; whichis ment'may be taken: for state pur- All 'additional revenue collected by

,0" Miss that for a period of 15 'years Horn now permitted by the federal mheutanco poses without any burden to the the state in the event I.Us amend
:Miss Ula Jacobson spent Sundayin Josephine Knight and Air.csdia. :
*: the beginning of operation of Indus- tax law to be deducted taxpayers, who are merely, required ment is adopted will be su'.ject! to
Moore Haven as guest'ot rela
/ trial plants established in Florida on I t rom the federal inheritance tax in to pay the federal govern"iont: the I| appropriation for state, county, mu-
tives. -
4 The Girl Scouts held their regula or after July 1, 1929,' which are en- those states which provide tor the remaining 20 per cent allowing SO I nicipal or educational purposes as

gaged in the manufacture of steel I !levy of an inheritance tax. per cent of the levy to go to the determined by the legislature: probably -
.. Mr. A. W. Sias motored to Moore meeting at the ,school house Thursday -
\ vessels, automobile fires, fabrics and( distribution of the
Kiorida has heretofore been unable state. including a
;::.:' Haven Wednesday.uight on business.: afternoon. The meeting was 1
( .:', mostly a business one. Plans for the textiles, wood pulp, paper paper to get any benefit from the federal This amendment preserves intact)I same to help pay off any outstanding

bags, fiber board, automobiles automobile : law, which allows, as much as 150 percent the previous constitutional prohlla county, municipal or educational
; Mr. and Mrs: S R. Connell have future were discussed. It was decided
f r that parts, aircraft aircrll of the amount of tax. imposedby tlon against every form oC income bonded debts.
S. the
moved from the Watanabe and taken scouts would give another .
parts, glass and crockery, refining; the federal government to be colleted tax and inheritance tax, except that No. 4
an apartment with Mr. and Mrs.\ supper. Those present were:
.. W. C. Hooker. Captain Stevenson, Leuitenant Bradley of sugar and 'oils including )byproducts by the state and used for which is permitted by the federallaw The fourth amendment to be ,voted

i;' "' I'i Marcia Avant, Roberta George, or derivatives, shall be exempt state purposes and charged otf to be deducted for state pur- upon in the general election Is still

: from all taxation during said 15-yenr against the federal tax. Should the federal government another amendment to Article IX of
I',";. Mr. E. C. Powers left Monday lora Mary Bush, Evelyn Hare, Betty Splcer poses.
two weeks' visit in Canada. May Lily Stone, Emma Laura period not extending beyond tho In, those states which have no over repeal the federal Inheritance the constitution relating to: taxation

1'. :' Delhea, Mary Louise Oglesby. Games yeAr 1948. state inheritance tax the federal government tax or should it withdraw the I and finance by adding thereto another

;. :..' Ulr. Dave Alston was a business were played and then the meetingwas The authorized exemption covered collects its tax on the basis I deduction provision now contained I section to be 'known as Sec-

visitor to Palm Beach Tuesday. adjourned. by this amendment only applies to of 100 per cent of the levy made byf in the law, Florida would stand on (Please turn to Page 4))

Scout Scribe.

-':': ';:.:c,, .Miss, Elta Whatley, and Mr. Bob .
'. :, ,-, ,
:: Hancock motored to Moore Haven MRS. DUFF ENTERTAINS v : -: ; _: -
-, .
.-- ? = ;; '
--: '! Wednseday night to atferid a show. GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS 1 I II :

1 ,

.'. ...'' ,;,, :Mesdames R.-A Shaw, C. W. Davis Mrs. F. Dean Duff was hostess to : I .wA ;

.:" ..' and R. A. Stevenson were in members of the Clewiston Garden Bi.y: 1riE'y! [ r Cmiz (''; / m

: /
: Palm Beach Tuesday shopping Club at her home Friday afternoon. < .

After the business session the meet- J3 c

.' Mrs. K. C. Alston, of Belle Glade, ing was turned over to the program y lea iJ.mg .tiloe ,

was I a visitor to Clewiston Tuesday. committee. Mrs. Smith gave a talk

----'-- in't' ,
on Vegetables grown c Tall ant :

The members of the: faculty of the Mrs. I:. L. Stewart a talk on the is a margin of super- s J

Clewiston school left 'ilmrsuay for gardening of fall flowers, alter whicha ,THERE in a Goodyear THE I

Ft. Myers. to attend the Teachers flower contest was ,l held. Mrs. Sfv-i leading lire-over a leading tire. ,- Ii .r

Institute. art winning first prize and Mrs.

"" '. -. -' McGhee secot,d. The hostess served -just as there is a margin of
, ." I
, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith were delicious punch to the following superiority in a leading tire over -,_ .

< dinner guests of Ir" and Mrs. Louis makes. : I
members: : Mesdames R. H. Hall, Ley- little-used : '

<" MorganWednesday evening after dig Cleo A. Houze, W. P. Vaugh, Jr.. '

". which, they were guests of honor at H"' A. Bestor, Spicer, }'. M. Wright, You pay no m5re but you get 1 L .

a dancing party given by Mr. and Gus McGhee, R. Y. Patterson, Smith, more, buying THE leading tire: .

:' Mrs. Claude Downs at the Watanabe E. L. Stewart Ludkins II .
,i W. C. Uwen, I
Hotel. Those present were Mr. and L. A.
Morgan, Jr. and W. C. Worth
idea in transportation
The bantam Austin! a new
: Mrs. Tom Smith, Mr.
and Mrs.. The next meeting will be a joint r t .

;,.;.: Louis Morgan, Misses Jamie Will- meeting with the Woman's Club), Nov. ; a sensible inexpensive, way to go places. 4Q miles on
";,: Jams, Sara Green, Elta Whatley and 14th' at the school house, Mrs II'l.. a gallon of gas less than 3/4 of a cent a mile for

<:'.'. Ola Petteway. Messrs. Troy i'uryear Wright, Mrs. Smith and "Mrs. H. II. .'' .. Lower in Price to You- gas, oil and tires. Carries two, people in amazing comfort

:, '. .. Boh Hancock, Pruitt and Dr. Ezelle. wan wit Still Finer itt : I '' handle. to
DO uosiesses. wemueia 01 yet Quality ; up to fifty miles an hour. Easy to easy

the Moore Haven, South my and I park. A logical second car. Come see it have a ride.
: Mrs. T. V. Getzen,. of Lakeland
Belle -
Glade Clubs nave been invited : I
.. 4'.40-2.------- $7.85 '
was guest of Mrs.
Roy Green Tues to attend this meeting .

.. day. 4.50 20 ;, / ". $S'40' ;, I
r POULTRY : cMzMtl
Mr. L. E. Covin and C. M. Allen; OUTLOOK :
4.50-21 ,,.: . $8.75 .
: of SebrIng, commerclal"agents of the

I G 5-. 'Coast Line Rail road were in ClcwIston. GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Fewer turkeys 1 __.__

,' Monday will J be raised this! year than [3 to 4 other price JCar9J'cl .

;, \- last, is the opinion of elt heirs and CENTURY MOTOR INC.

: t' '':: Miss Frances Monroe entertained' packers who have just presented Mounting Year Round Service ,

1 ,. r at a, delightful bridge party. Thursday their outlook reports. The poultry

:I I '.,:;::..'_.,.., .. '. ,night .at her hom High scoreawards and turkey outlook report will soon j CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY Phone 5070 508 S. Olive I

".. .I were presented to Miss Sarah be issued
I '' by the U. S. Departmentof West Palm Beach 1a. I
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Green and Mr. Prultt. A delicious
> : Agriculture
and will be
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I,the number of exhibits and entertainment Florida, do hereby given notice that "
FLORIDA RANKS features. a General Election will be held in

Hendry County, State of Florida, on
Italy Spain, Holland and Germanyare :
Tuesday next succeeding the first 6
FIRST IN DISTRICT IN now shipping national exhibits' Monday In November, A. D. 1930, tho .

to this country and their displays SUBSCRIBE,. A J'.' FOR,'. THE, said; Tuesday being the Fourth Dayof 666"

GAS CONSUMPTIONUsed will add an International flavor to November.For '. i O

the great exposition of American agricultural CLEWISTONNEWSPHONE, Representative of the First Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In ji
l Congressional District of the State'
industrial and art prod of Florida in the SeventysecondCongress 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first 1 1rl
day, and checks
Malaria fti
82.3 Gallons OfGasoline ucts. 339 of the United States. three
Beautiful county exhibits, representing For Secretary of State of the State ,
Per of Florida.
CapitaIn every section of Florida and 666 ALSO IN
For Two Justices of tho Supreme
State.JACISONVILLE.Florlda. more numerous than over In number MIIRWIioMVANy
Court of tho State of Florida.
will again be the back bone of the For Two Railroad Commissionersof i

. showedthe great industrial and citrus show. UAVKKECTRDING: ADVISES: /JUHL1CJ: the State of Florida.
Added to these will be a score. ot For State Senator for 24th Senatonal -

highest per capita gasoline con community, civic and private display AMENDMENTS District of the State of Flor- ...,. '''..- '--oIi =.' ......."" < .,... ....,., w,.....--

sumption in the 6th Federal Reserve exhibition buildings Ida.For I
District, which comprises the that will pack the (Continued from page :3): ) one Member of the House of
to capacity. Representatives of the State of Flor I ,
states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Indications now point to a general .' .
13.The -
tion ---
Louisiana and Mississippi during I 'For Five County Commissioners.
expansion in every department,
of this amendment is
the first six months of 1930, according purpose For Three Members of tho County
to recent figures appearing including the amusment division I to provide that motor vehicles shall Ho-ml nC Public Instruction.For .

the which announces the contracting of : only be subject to one lonn ot tax, Constable In and for the following -
in the Wall Street Journal says
the J. Jones Exposition shows Justico Districts. viz:
license i.ut. Hh & '
or taj
namely :
a "
Bureau of the Florida 1.
Research No.
State Chamber of Commerce. for the fun plaza, auto races for amendment is ado)tod all property No: 2. v MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME
the opening and closing motor vehicles will be abolished In Testimony Whereof I
Flori'da led the district with a per taxes on )have
consumption ot 82.3 gallons, more than 40 hippodrome and circus beginning with the year 1931! hereunto: set my hand and affixed
capita !
in front of the the Great Seal of the State of Florida
acts to be presented '. .
which shows that more gasoline was and automobile and other motor vehicle at Tallahassee: the Capital i, 'this :..

sold in the state during the first six grand stand each afternoon and owners will only be required twenty-third day of August, A. D. A FEW CHOICE ROOMS ,, -" .";: I..

months of the current year than during night. Each evening the magnificent to pay such amount as the legIsla- 3030. '. .

the same period for 1929. Thearle-Duffield Fireworks spectaclewill ture may fix to be paid in order to .(Seal) R. A. GRAY, ARE NOW AVAILABLE. '
climax the entertaainment. Secretary of State.
Some contributing factors to this procure a lincense tag under whichto
9t thru Oct.
consumption of motor fuel in Florida operate the motor vehicle.

says the State Chamber, are FOREIGN COUNTRIESTO

found In the excellent 'weather' conditions LEGAL NOTICE REASONABLE RATES

which stimulate year around I

motoring, the large number of tourists PARTICIPATEIN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol'1 THETWELFTH .
that visit the state by automobile .
now '.
; and the fact that Florida's STATE FAIR COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. .

system of paved highways allow universal J. :S.:) Cottrell, compamant

use of automobiles in all partsof Vs FORECLOSURE
'- '
the state. Holland, Italy, GermanyAnd Aaron ORDER Blate, OF et al PUBLICATION, Defendants t V 6 !

The figures covering gasoline con- Spain Will i Send STATE OF FLORIDA TO; FANNIE AND VVEAR LOMGE&WHEN :
months of
first six
for the
sumption '
1930 as published by the Wall Street National Exhibits. DLA'l'E: \ LAUNDERED 'AT

Journal, .are 'as follows:, It appearing by affidavit filed in -
the cause above named that your several -
Alabama; population 2,645,297, TAMPA, Fla., Oct. U9.-Holland, .

Gasoline (gallons. ) 85,593,000, per Italy, Germany and Spain will parti nnd are respective unknown and places that you of residence and. 'I!.I LAUNDRY, CO.' ,

capita ,consumption 32.3 gallons. cipate in the South Florida Fair and ,
each of are. concealing yourselvesso
Florida ;, population 1,466",625, gaso-: Gasparilla Carnival February :3 to that process cannot be served I. The i Clewiston Laundry will givea

line (gallons) 120,785,000' per capita .14, with national exhibits, General upon you and that there Is no per- Snow-white appearance .and added I

consumption 82.3 gallons. Manager P. T. Strieder ol' the exposition son with the State of Florida, the months of useful service to" yotR'clothes THE WATANABE. .HOTELMRS.
service of a subpoena upon whom Next wash Remember w
Georgia; [P?population? 2,902,443, gas ? announced with the closing ot day
would bind either of ,
you or you.
oline (gallons) 107,999,000, per capita negotiations for European displays.Italy IT IS THEREFORE, ORDEREDthat our telephone number, 336, OP better CLAUDE DOWNS. Manager.:

consumption, 37.2 gallons. first to reserve space, will you and each of you, Fannie still "do it now!" '. .

Louisiana; population 2,094,496, occupy an entire building, displaying mate: Evelyn mate and saran mate: CLEW TON.LAU.NDRY

gasoline (gallons) 89,410,000, per industrial, art, agricultural and be and you are herby required to appear -

capita consumption 1 .6'gallons. before the said Circuit Courtat inc. I ._, ., -
handicraft products. Holland, Spain the Courthouse: of said County on -- -- --

Mississippi; population 2,007,979, and Germany, will make similar displays the 1st day of December, A. D., 1930! EL PASO AVE.& SAM I BOHITA.C 7. '

gasoline (gallons) 68,628,000, per but will occupy quarters In to answer an amended bill of com-
34.1 filed in said Court
capita against
consumption gallons. one of the larger exhibition halls. plaint you
-- by J. S. Cottrell then and here to receive ... ...
-- Manufacturers from those nations I 1our Stow Ire Launfry '...-. -" --
and abide by such judgmentand
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR will contribute many products to add decree as said Court shall have

considered in this behalf and this _.
to the government exhibits and are not to omit upon penalty of &:{\'u __ --_:: ,_ : '-.'-_ .' .: ". -_; 'ii"'ii-' ?! ; tf : ; Tr-r ;r ,- L c. )'"
works of art as well as industrialand you .
WILL OPEN GATES judgment by default being entered >
agricultural displays will be
against :you.
shown. The Prince of Ne'tlieilands 1'he relief sought in the Amended

!IN THREE MONTHS has volunteered to send 25 typical Bill!! of Complaint is the foreclosure

Dutch pictures from his private collection of two certain mortgages embracinglot VOTE A STRAIGHT..DEMOCR'ATIC TICKET -
1 in Block 156 of Clewiston, Hen-
to add to the
score or more
dry County, Florida and Lots 10, 11,
Will Be Largest Ever entries from the government and and 12 In Lakevlew Subdivision, .

private concerns. Germany, cooperating Lakeland, Polk County, Florida. And 'f If Free Born American Citizen don't let
you are a any
Held In Tampa.TAMPA : with North German Lloyd: Is.. for other and particular relief in
said Bill set firth. one influence regarding vote. Every and
preparIng a novel display and Spain you your man ,
Fla., Oct. 29.-Just three semis word that experts are at work has
this order be p''blisherl onc' a week woman a right to vdte as they please. Regardless of

months, of final prei>u&'atiou3 zouiaiu arranging a national show that shouldbe lor tour consecutive weeKs, to-wii;
what is said to when the booth
before the gates swing open tor the a big attraction.The October 31, November 7, 14, 21 and 2S you you enter voting you

south's greatest exposition, the South entry of four continental govcramcr's A. D., 1930 in the CLEWISTON I can mark your ballot as you please and no one will ever
NEWS,. a newspaper, of general oirly -
Florida Fair and Gasparilla Carnival gives the South Florida
J know how voted
Bounty, Flo"jrla. you .
.February 3 to 14, when 't''mpa I i Fair the most pretentious international : 'SWAT William T. p'r.I .
will be host to visitors: troth every.- show ever held at an _vmeii- I "Tic rir11It, r.111.' Henr! -' I''ounr'lorldl .

mate in tne union anu uuaua.. 'can fair oiricials:; ot tile exposition : : '- .
Weeks ahead of any previous: yearin say. It has also been announced that
Secretary of State of the State of
,preparations, fair officials are entering negotiations are still 'under way with
.the last lap of the arrange- Soviet Russia for a special exhibition NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo (Vote It Straight) :{"

ment program entht ser over the of Russian products and indications > <:,
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the Sheriff of Hendry County .. ".. .. -
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for show that this will be added to ,.i :
prospects a record breaking are '
I of the State of Florida: <' ....*.i.,.."'':
Both In point of attendance and In the four now entered. Be it Known, That I, R. A. Gray. House of Representatives s ,:.-;:_". .'"...,.',. .

E. L. Stewart :*.:: '. "
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INAUGURAL SALE I Ihree F. L. Dunaway .;. .;.. >",-';

.=- Member School Board District No. 3 :/ .

big buying days with BARGAINS better than ever. FRIDAY __ Dave ,G. Alston :.? .

SATURDAY' MONDAY. This, is one season that will be started -- ? : Member School Board District Number 1 : '

off right at FEIN'S, and we were never better prepared with things :.._ Drew Hampton _

you will need at prices you are willing to pay. Read the good news _... .
School Board District Number .
and be
on early for first choice.
C. C. Carr

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