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: July 10, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00326
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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; Axiom. Applied following article by Mallie Martin are I And the ,people pay.Upononeoccasion holders Be Given .

: To F arming.- completely endorsed and approved by I during a recent SENATOR GOMEZ IS More Time.

the Clewiston News.) session ot.the Alabama ,legislature a -
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.. By MALLIE MARTIN situation arose not unlike our pres-
axiom Reorganization
: 'inat "bartey First" is an WORKING FOR STATETAXREDUCTION plans of the South-
ent predicament which vitally effected
'that farmers should follow in farm ern Sugar Company are progressing

management Is just as true as when This is no time to, be going around the, best Interests of that com rapidly according! to information received -

': the country broadcasting! blaket ,monwealth._ '
applied to the operation of a big tac- from Judge Whltehurst. The

.tory or the running. of,, .an automobile, charges of Irregularity in public at- new organization,is ,expected to take
fairs without The, of public 'I'tie and members of the
proof. warp governor, the
ou a highway. Especially. is it applicable -, .over properties of the present organization

'. today in .,the growing .or tooa--1 '' confidence has already worn too legislature wrangled for days. It resulted Introduces Bills T hat : August' 1st.

thin become too weak from wear and in a "dog fall." They continued It., is believed "
stuffs on the farm. In times of de- Will Lower Taxes that the court win
... Jias :; tear as a result of irregularity' in. to wrangle. The people ,tired,' and 'extend! the. Kecelverahip
piession inu lens one : u uuy from July
:,:.better off Ito is: """"-- t I public office which was proved. It one ,morning without much ado about In Hendry.The 15 to August 1 if.the present commit'Jee

the added weight ,of ,-IO.OOO' private citizens from \
There.Fs no ,vocation I known to man we now permit every can show the court that they will

,:w1lerpit. is. as easy to; curtail' expen- unwarranted and unproved instances. section' of ,Alabama appeared at the ,, second extra session of' the take over the property at that time.

:juitures.as.: on the tram. ana ebpeciauy Lt there is' grave danger of the fabrioigiving capitol steps; ,demanded a hearing in State Senate 'got: off: to 'a' good start Tt will how'ever', .be... necessary' for the

: i i : way: completely., The ,conn-. .their presence. It became necessary at Tallahassee Tuesday. Thirty bills ,committee, to take over any nnan-

:Flor-ida.:I ,. ; rc yax I. dence of the people has :been shaken. for 'the legislature, to, adjourn to a :were introduced at the Tuesday session cial obligations. after the 15th'of this

: live ditreient food products are Y More than a hundred men were :'lootball field In the city or Montgomery 'many, of them of state impor, month The, .court: .,' has already ,advised

j ,iown. We have l as; yet not arrived, 'elected ,b:y the people! to represent : so great was ,the delegation: ; so tance' It seems from the 'way the ex- the Receivers that. it will not

sit the point where.farmers; :buy,' nothing i I I the best interests of- the state :at .a '. insistent were their demands. The tra session started off that''' the' present allow any additional funds to DO

; that they can grow. The nearer ., o i recent, session of the ,Florida legisla, hearing, was held; settled, not in : session will be '''cut snort toy spent, for: any .,further. extension or

stir farmers reach this point the sat- ., 6.i4f I ture. Uut of that number are three three months, noth in three weeks* eliminating all unnecessary' meas- time. .. .

or they tfill i be when it comes to Who are today gallivanting over sec,!l nor yet in three days but In ,three ures. Gomez from Key'. West, introduced I The Receivership,:of the Companywas

the family tions of the state, making a, lot oft ,:hours or less. several Important bills to expire on. June:
meeting tho demands of I F. Deane Duff, local manager of very 30th but after

budget. When there. : is not a month 'the Clewiston Company, has been ,ap-I charges against high. state officials,' SucH a, delegation of Floridaciti- and seems' lo' be rol whi'g.the' promise > hearing the. ,argcment. of the ReCeivers -

in I theyear, ,. thq.l food, cannpt lehad I| pointed to succeed, himself as a. memo including the governor; advocating a zens at Tallahassee ,next Tuesday he gave'' to the' people: of".this distract that, the. ..new. :. organizationwould

from there is cessaTlon or road building. would probably have a very whole- .that in :favor of cutting .
the garden, he was :takeover'the
; ;.orchard 1 or ber of tile .Flood: Control Board, DY ; property. on tne

... : fetYI:so.. far as making, a living is 'Governor Carlton. Captain Duff has some effect upon members, of the state expenses and would do' all In I Ih9' 15th the court. decided to extend the.

coicerneq.; r and' t this peculiar '.jistmc-\ : served as a member of the board Without arguing here the questlen legislature and state officials alike. : power to :cut the expenses. and Receivership ,untjl ,that time. Just
?t ,lion* ,. .belongs.- ., :.to ,farming :in Florida.. since it 'was: creaeted 'over two years of; whether 'tho ,charges are true or Such a, delegation might, puta:: stopto I taxes at' ibis session. what will be ..done'regarding the Hecci..ershiri -

We are all. to ,such a..large .extent, I ago. The .new appointment' is ''for a untrue we present: ,Does it nut appear tie declaration from .one side Some of his 'major bills 'were ad on July lth is not known

., the creatures of habit that it is hai& term ol: three years. He represents strange Indeed that of the K3 "that three days three weeks or :follows': BilI"No.: 12'XX: ifor paymentof here. The cqu t.w1ll. have to make

to break, .from! ..a given, line of procedure I I Clewis tOll .and the Upper Glades on representatives from every county; in three months. but you, must," etc. delinquent taxes" on installments; necessary :arrangements regardingthis

bo: many farmers get in. tie 'the' ,tflood Control uoard. the state. only"three. : find It nec'essaryto Also the threat from theother' group '13'XX Requiring that all state work matter on the 15th.

habit of making two crops ,or hold meetings, between special "that we wit stay here all summer 4)
1. one, or : ;: Other members are' Howard w. (Please t rn'to page No salaries can be paid by the itecelvers -
: sessions of the legislature: in au et- .and never," .flo so and so.*
: q t.;most three, to 'bear ,all the expens- Selsby, West Palm Beach; liussel G. alter 15th... ir: any work is
; .; making a: living and tort to create public! sentiment in, This suggestion :would ordinarily
i'. : es incurred: Snow, Fort Lauderdale; William Grlfus '- done this expense., will have to he
favor of their ?. What are the sound ..clrastfc. but situations FARMERS WEEK
)paying debts tbatat is .difficult get Ukeechobee: ;; and Carl G. ,Adams, paid by the ,reorganization: I manager'

;'.:, them, to. .:reali/e"',the advantage, of notilayili' 'Miami :springs: real motives? Can we believe that sometimes demand drastic action. .or from: some source-other. than tne

any' these three men, are sincerely. representing DAY SETFORJUJGUST ;
r<. : .io purcnase with money: ,DAIRY Receivers.Judjje '. : .
'. it be what they think the best If the time comes when any manui
/ of the,, Vod.con. Jlmed.vhether ; .Whitehurst.is anxious to see

: cereals,,p vegetables: fruits, poultry. PERCY HELVESTON interests of Florida? I ati: : 01 men uecuuie uu Dig .ao: ambitious 13GAINESVILLE that jLhe Sugar Company continuesin /

i, dairy products, or meats. ,Is it possible that Florida'! best in- ,that they forget "the ship is business' here .and is doing all ne

Napoleon is said to have once remarked KILLS NEGRO MAN lerests call for a program that would greater than any' 'member of the can to .s ave the industry for tho state ;'!.

that armies march on their abandon road building In the :state:; crew" it becomes necessary for the
:_ ; ::: Fla.-Dairy Day at and this section .of, Florida.: Tho HeceiVQT3 -
'4 \ stomachs; he might as well nave sain right at this time when the federal owners of the ship, which in tnTS ,' Fruit! and those onnected with .tlio ;.
I ,the..,10th'. annual'tFanriers'!i and :
tho human race marches. on its slouiUJLj SUNDAY AFTERNOON 'government is following a policy in case are the people'. ,9 Floridato ': & l ; : t
L b'et heldlatvthef reorganization :ha e assit'edartnfi t
Wee tt.r :
; G owers :
::.. : .... direction .lyhen. ta k eaffairseems s''ln'h nSut time a.7'iTb 33 ......iT-tattC .';i -:. ......
;:,uciQ.lld"'baq: J ? ..-i:.; 'fIott"i: >:'.J ... ;tl e; veryy opposite, ... : a university t ifa f-"i'here"! > August> 10.14: T-k:
( : times are 'largely adjoining states, Alabama for In- to have arrived. If the people
first ., ''
!I been set for Thursday, the '13th. At over 'by the of August
Percy Helveston bound
was over
they ot the relationship beIwfeen stance, favorably consider a policy or lound -in suiflcient -
results speak;; speak enougn or me Every effort is being mado by the
I this time the annual meeting
'the, producer and consumer. to the Grand Jury charged with first accelerating, road building in that '' numbers, we shall immediately -
to wind up
Association reorganization committee
Florida State Dairymen's .
Hut; :in tile I case of the farmer, he is degree, murder by Justice Paul Deam state, even to the extent of passinga I see an entirely different ciisposiuop -. posslbl !. i
will be held. The preliminary pro the affairs as soon as ?
both a;, producer and consumer. He Monday morning. ?2!)uuu.uuu bond issue At a time at Tallahassee. Threats and declarations
now ueins
has Just been announced by The only :w rlmat is
Is:;"til ISo a::'manutacturei-his farm is According to the evidence betore wlie:: one section of the svu-j! until will vanish. The lion win ,gram cultivationof
association and a Col-, done in, Clewiston .is
'-,' / histfactor Y.: Justice !Dear Percy:; shot and killed recently neglected, has only begun to lie down with the lamb. They: come officers committee.The the cane fields and the office j-/I
; Why ''not, : begin at once to loitity Lester noze. negro irom Miami get a few good roads; has only one from politicians. Politicians 'recognizeand lege of Agriculture will at'8 a. m. (Continued en Page 4) 1 "

Locks. over a dispute regarding mon- road completed through the program open .
against possible financial worries by state obey their master's voice. I
r. laying out programs ,of rann operations ey matters. Helveston accompaniedby district, and much of_ it'' of cheap ana The master is the people not pub with_ a feeding demonstration at the ;1 I!

:, Cecil and Julian McDuffie wentto construction'.1How Experiment; Station dairy barn. This FINE RECORD IS
that will include everything to admitted temporary lic officials who quarrel amongst r !
demonstration will be In charge
be} consumed that can be produced on manu Locks to see jooze: regara- themselves at, the expense of the ..
the farm-at least in sumcienr ing some money or a check which is it that out of 38 members state. Bennett, field representative LOCAL :a
with the National Cottonseed
::.'; amount to supply the domestic needs.jMothmg was due one of the party. Boze of the state senate, there is not one SuCTi a demonstration will stop all I 9
claimed that he did .the ucts Company. At 8:45 a demonstration
adds much to the not have member who found conditions so ambitious
so peace the monkey business; stop :

.. cprc ase turn to page 4> money. He went to see another Deb' alarming as to justify a junketing politicians gallivanting all ,over tne In selecting dairy cattle will be BASEBALL TEAM l ,

ro. Henry Green to if he could given by W. J. Keegan southern
sessions ;
between ,
trip over the state state kicking up a dust. screen behind :
, : get the money in .dispute., .Green -testified advocating a "holiday m road mitra- which they hope to rise to great po- representative fo r the '- ..

: U. S. ENGINEERS that the four came to his ,house mg'; charging public officials WItb litical heights. Guernsey Cattle Club; ,and Dr. K. i*. Locals Have Tallied 1 101 J ,

, and that Boze wanted to.borrow the Becker, associate In dairy investigations .j.
corruption in office? :Such:> a demonstrations will serve ;
with the Florida Experiment Times In 12 Games;
BOW IN DEFEAT money. He refused Boze the money Is if,, possible that all of the energy notice on state officials, high and
I" and this was the last he saw of the Station. W., E. Stokes and Geo. is.Kitchey 43.
and intelligence, all the honesty low that the people have grown tired Opponents
with the Staathou. *
I negro until he heard that he had. and watchfulness is vested with mem- of waiting. on rules ot diplomacy, ot- agronomists
; TO LOCAL TEAM I will visitors to a se-
I' carry the
' been killed. bers of the house, and with only tidal dignity, and formalities, in ot- So 'far this season the local Cane
'. Thee negro made a statement be- three members at that lice ror results. ries of five demonstration ,pasturesat Breakers have set. 'a pace that any

W '- tore Justice Deam before ne died ana Tile meetings were called. accord bumming up the situation we und: ]10:05.: Then at 10:25.a. salt sickdemonstration ball club would be proud'of.. Before
Breakers Emerge on ,Big slated that Helveston him. Hasuueu will be in charge ot
ing to newspaper reports to talk The governor, his cabinet membersand officially opening the season Manager -
Dr.V.. M. Neal assistant In animal
,' .' .1." End Of .LopsidedScore : mac me lucuuiue UUYS urn about a year's "holiday" In road supporters on the one side; Rep- tmrrers proteges dropped twO exhibition -

not shoot him but were with Helves- buuaing. Was that the true purposeof resentatives :Mathews Jacksonville, nutrition at the Station. ganfes to Okeechobee. These \
<, : Saturday. association meeting will be
: The
ton while the shooting was being the meetings? If, so, why play up Robineau; Miami. Watson. Tampa, were 'the only- unofficial games ;
a called to order at llo'clock by President -
..:'u, t. done. so strongly charges of Irregularity and their following on another side. played 'and then came the opening ,
;. / The Cane Breakers and a picked! V. C. Johnson, Dinsmore. After "
Constable Ed; Butler riding near ;
state officials? the
against high And with little leadership on of the season.
c' : team of Uncle barn's business session and fhe noon lunch ;
Engineers wen a
, the scene of the murder heard the ,Did not one member of the ""trini state's side which must be the right The Cane Breakers opened the sea ':.'
}1,, the contestants in a ratner one-suieu C. A. Cobb 'editor of 'The Progressive -
:' negro groaning and brought him to ty" rorne to Tallahassee for the eX- side. There appears to be little or no son by defeating Lake Placid twice;
t 'endurance base running contest last and Southern liuraiist, win
Clewiston. ell was shot about twelve press purpose of passlhg a race track disposition on the part of the two Farmer then came LaBelle for two defeats,
. Saturday afternoon on the local Hem be the principal speaker. Mr. CoDhas o
'; miles west of Clewiston. Tho negro bill? He got it. Did not another member warring factions to forget selfish ambition one" being by the lop-sIded score or
: : : and after the dust had settled the (knowledge of dairying In
: a
., made a statement I before: Judge beam of the trio come to the legisla- and act as patriots of Florida. 21-5; Pahokee then met defeat at tne
., l score: TJoard showed seventeen tallies ouiuif anu a pitMbing: uiauuei "i
and the=
was carried to The city hospital ture with the avowed purpose of impeaching hands of the local. The tables turned
xor me ureakers and two tor. speaking. He will, be followed by a
;;:, where he died early Monday mom- a certain high state otn- So what are ,we to do? Next Tuesday at thfs point'' and the local proteges <
uncle ::>Sammy's Favorites. number of other speakers. '
ing. According to the evidence nowas failed And did not lickings one from
f: clal. He utterly. a second :20-day special sessionis took three straight
': Although Manager Butler started a Farmers' Week will begin Monday
snot late Monday atternoon. the third member: the "three mus scheduled to meet in Tallahassee. Moore\ Haven find two from Lako
revamped lineup the Breakers played morning August 10. and all Florida
.' Judge Deam bound the three over keteers" come to the state capital The indications are that. unless the Placid. Again the tables turned and
\ jam up ball pulling off quite a few dairymen are urged to attend tho en
alter they waived preliminary .near- with an idea to embarrass the governor people do take a hand it will prove the'' Cane Breakers: have won four .j i
snappy plays. True enough the !big tire week's program. Rooms and
Ing. and the dauilnistratlon as his another liability. Sessions of the straights with no more defeats. ",,
engineer named Hush did have meals. at very reasonable rates will \
not chief ambition? He is not satisfied. legislature are expensive. The recent The worst licking the locals have !
the ,sterling support that tho Breakers WILLIAM HooKs PITCHES be furnished on the campus of tne Lake
11 tnese gentieinent nave luuuueviueute regular session cost the taxpayers 01 suffered was ,at the hand of the ;J
exmmtea out mo Dig mitovrru LEESBURG TO VICTORY University, and everything possible r
01 crooKeuness ana iiuit m Florida 200000. A20-day special Placid Hill Climber. by tho score
not have his slow ball working surticlently will be lone to make the week an
orfice'Wliatj is their course ot locals 'gave LaBelle a ---
public session immediately following cost 9-3; while the
to beat our favorites. William HOOKs. pitching ace on tne action? What is their sworn dutyV about $45,000. The Impending 20-day educational and recreational vaca severe beating by the score of 215.and .

( Tubby Swindle playing center find local Cane Breakers team. won an Wnat power is, given the nouse 01 extraordinary session wil cost $5U- tion. also defeated' the picked team

was the fielding star. for the Enginoeia exhibition game from Amerlcus. Ga.. representatives by the constitution? 000 or more. When will this thing composed of Uncle Sammy's Engineers :,

while Hubert Land carried the last week. William! Of
has been visiting The Cane
Regular Meeting of 172.
stop? Where will it lead us? by the score

".' batting laurels for the same team. his uncle in Leesburg, Ga.. and while Tom Dick,, and John claim a sutncleuT ShalT we wait through another 20- To Be Held Breakers have not been shut out aand
'. The starring Cane Breaker would ne Legion '
there had score
to pitch
amount of revenue has already day "dog fall" session, or snail we single time have twice "
a hard thing to pick but we can saythat :against the Americus Club who are Tuesday At Watanabe Pahokee
been provided to carry on the gov fake a hand now? shut out victories one over
1'1. Bill Bolton, Breaker third baseman .... ..
members of the Southwest .
I Georgia I ernment. The governor, backed by We know not how others feel aboutit and one over Moore Haven. '
connected with hte longest hit ;
ea ue. estimates from the comptroller's office ,but we are ready to enlist In a. The regular monthy meeting of the The Clewistou[ team has won

of the game when he lost the ball Tommy Hooks;: caught the local boy says not. Who is correct? How "Delegation of Ten Thousand" and ClewIsTon Post of the American Legion .- games and lost three. In the twelve
in tno runt riem road lor a tome and from tallied ,
the from -
ba'senfcn newspaper reports shall the public know? Form where move on to Tallahassee; be there the will be held at the Watanabo games the Cano Breakers have "
XUll.; Hurd, Engineer second '
Amcricus the of eglht
fans were well pleased these estimates? Have 14 it announced 101 times for an average
'usually come very first day, the first hour.we Hotel Tuesday, July ,
iL-: T) ovlded the comedy for the game.The : with the work done by Hooks. each game. Opponents .'
.'; young they been wrong heretofore? Are we don not like war; we want by Commander uwen.. and a fraction
1Iti.: :: line-np
: was as follows
';.::k William is expected to return to to hereafter disregard the records or p< flCY do not seek turmoil: wi? The meeting is called for 8:00 p. of the locals have crossed::
Clewiston Forbes .
c. Fisher pcr.fJoudc Clewiston
"" ::\ during the next few days the comptroller's office: and aepena prefer tranqitlllty. But if war It must m. and all business will be dispensedwith the home rubber only 43 times in the
,. : :. ; : : Ib, I). Hooks 2b, D. White as: and will back in uniform before, '
be 'less
.' .::':' TJolton 3h upon Tom, Dick and John for our be. we shall be found in tho ranks a so that tho entertainment com- twelve gomes 'for an average of. ,
; : < E. White If Wilson cfpNait ,
m1l.n1I10re games are won I the .
by figures? Is this not a dangerous procedure volunteer under the banner of Florida mittee will have ampye time to put than tour runs per game.
F / !, rf., Butler'rf.. Engineers-Hawkins : Cane Breakers '
to adopt? Has it a precedent? -Alll! Florida. over their program Manager Butler and every memberof
I ..'. c, Hush' P, Harris Ib, Hard 2bSB .
It is so absurd. And the people. pay.Florida Every man who is qualified to be.t'n hi" team of Cane RrcaVor* 0"Q 'oho

f trey Ttorgeson' : ?b. Land If. Swlncr U tJHNnAJ -K. !U Knncy TO .. ., *", ; "r....v'nfal l l'v fliT !'l'\ "1i, .d
, .' ,rltr- ( is being maligned while ()R to TnlinhsF' eP ":'\t t" c'tr. ""c'mhp'l": nr fjOfjnn s 0)1' -:, "o .

maaly rr. open( store in this city. publir{ officials quarrel. Pubic money 4 f ntlau.d: C:1: Pa"t" .1) ,, ...., ","" !': pi'c -
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1'hen it is that insurance service VOGUE; NEW WAYS I IO ,in square pan. Serves 12. '

stands out hi its strength like tne : MAKE. OLD STANDBYS ,, \. .., .' "
Published every Friday In Clewlston .. ,., '.. I F' TOPNOTCHERS by J
Florida, by THE CLEWISTON lock upon which the lighthouse lS.bunt. v/u uuwix CMNOTSD'TJP \iJ-\LUnlt::. ; JI.

NEWS. INC .. 'If there l'rere.any weakness in He it ever so humble, Ihere's noth, ON BITAMINES, -- .......

ItS toundation, it would crumble line ing like home-cookingl! ,it's the GOOD RULE FOIl SUMMbK::: j: '

Entered as second class' matter, Feb- the house built upon the sand. I nome-y. _I:recipes: ,. ,tho, old, family .lao-: '

ruary 1, 1927, at the Post Office at Times of ;stress emphasize tho fact i rites the plain and simple. American Eat, Fruit, To I Keep Cool and Peppy AAOcATOylN; rtr

Clewlston, Florida, under :the. Act of ,that Insurance does In reality standas J standbys, that make home-cooK- : -. ,,qf J'y '."--.-."- a. ;:k o; W/JCAC/ :: I'E z'I

March 3, 1897. the basis of credit and that stocK the heat.producing. (
1ns subject for rhymes and poetic The less food we I HIsrv4Th
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lire i Insurance, built upon the rock praise. S eat the' cooler we should' keep physically 4
A Newspaper devoted to the Best In. '
.terests of hiendry County, t Florida. foundation of rates based upon tao Let the restaurants excel our own ; tho less we worry over what *4 'i7j ):: --... j vrrT' '' a

Its ,Leading Newspaper. law ot averages renders its indlspbn Kitcnens in tne preparation or sauce: Co prepare, the cooler we snouid keep if ffl; P v/r/

sable service without interruption at'itil Bordelaise or Peche Melba; ,permit 'mentally. Calories, of course, produce ,+srl ; r Wl *&i \ wP
Subscrition Rate ...._.. ?2.00 per yearS umes. the French chefs to concoct ,their not, only fat;, but heat, but we have fe .m AT ftltEN HE ,A7 -

Outside of State of Florida ...... 2.50 I rots gras canapes or theIr lobster in to have omo energy foods to provide Mfe / THE A ?T EsPearS9k

-Advertising: rates. furnished 'on :appli.5 TO PROTECT THEWORKER I aspic. Continue to' favor the makers the "pep" necessary for' going places JfM rM APH ? !

S AND INDUSTRY of read-lo-eat f ods that are as good 'and doing ,things; vitamines we must !; : cft
as we can make. ''But allow 'our own, have always with us. 'All of which fric iQM /
Business Office, Clewlston{ l News, -iS *)
An, organized ''movement to Insure kitchens 'contInue 'the perfection 'brings us to a simple rule for sum /
Clewlston, Florida. Editorial and Advertising I '
stability < same. :
S 'IT lephon 339 'hundred. thousand' workers has been Can 'you (Imagine' getting sentimental load, up'on' vitarames!, S 187T-6

.. S ,launched .by, the' ,electric light anu ,about a plate of turtle soup you The head-or- tne-class answer ou ;

',1 1 __ I a; recent 'address by Gerard Swope, start thinking of that apple sauce ,or in a: hve 'leller word-fruit! It's pop \ "S 4W 1679

'President of the General Electric jam cake your mother made, and trio ular, 'it's economical, it's healthful .
For some time past Chicago has I I \ THE INCANDESCENT? LAMP: A..fD
to Company, favoring cooperation of tears fairly start to. compete with and it's'good! b115 4 '
blood before the public as unable OFf
S I :Employers. and workers ,in. administer_ your watering mouth. &ach succeeding ,week 'brings newcomers "r COMPLETE 5YfltM

pay many of its current bills due totacK' i|I ing and contributing_ lo<< old to. ac TUG coming ,generation deserves ,to the fruit markets; ,to sup 'i; : ( PISTRI00TION OF aECTRJCTO

: ol' tax lunds. ine mayor haS! cidc t'and job insurance.Mr. sweet 'memories, too, so it Is up to plement''these fleeting seasonal !joys I It l!' CUIR.ENT.lPI4om .
stated that does not know How "
(! SSwope, ,said.: "Unless! industry the real cook to master the dishes we have the 'reliable standbys of citrus DEVELOPED THE I E1OS'eOPE I
the city will tltod its way out of us i erA
unds a way. the government may tool that form the traditions 'of the American and canned fruits and that year 'THE; PREEN-r fORM Or 'MOVIN6 Ae11J,2E,

aimcumes.WitlTout S itself compelled by public opinion to diet, ,and to nome dates '
going: Into the reasons forChicago's develop ,'round energy fruit, pasteurized A"' PI'ON HAS' I H our OIlER A 1ijwSAAO
endeavor to solve, thep robiem. ,It i* 'aencate
specialties or nor own., ,so excellent to "fortify" the f'A11NT
financial troubles, the situation IN Tttl? CDUHTRy.To
Is done by the, states, then the ,cost ,Just because the traditional aisnea salads, desserts and fruit cups, a HE1'Ar11Ie:
is an object lesson for: other E. I 01\ PRESENT 1!r1 fPlIN0, EXTRACT*
will be distributed through taxation are "old stanaoys," nowever, 'inert, provide contrast in\,texture, color d.1
municipalities. It proves that too 1 S'UP9TITUTE WR*V00ER TOM
and will be no economic re- is .
,there no necessity to" use anliqKTted flavor. 6oLP.HgoD ....
'much spending can embarrass an m .
,'dividual, a city, ,county, state or nation. slrainls either on the, collection ot:. methods to prepare them.. As good,I' In buying your 'fruits, be sure to HE SAfD96E-N'W' IS' OflEfEHTH IHSPIRATJOH

the funds ,or, their distribution. yes, .as: our ''loremothers made tnem; keep In close' touch with the market, AND WNa-1NflIs VER.spiRATlopr

"The question, ,becomes largely the but tar easier, and quicker and witn to take advantage or each new "special. -

S Chicago 'has' the power of taxation responsibility of management, but :the addition of our' 'mod rnized proa-I ." Remember that sun ripened S -' .' :
to eventually pull Itself out of me
:even .in this case the cooperation or ucls, are"the following recipes ''Which fruits aro best. Most fruits may oe -
:hole but even 'the power to' tax can, I I
the the employe should be enlisted so nave that "home sweet nome' nafvor. kept'' in the ice boY, although not directly -, may be boiled_ in a ,small amount ol twenty 'minutes. '
"be carried to a :point where people -
,that, his!:; Interest' may' be, aroused: and S contact with the ice. Berries I '
In water '
and in
this water used makingthe *
i i i' fuse lo pay. Tile disproportionate I I or tancy pacK of peaches a rroan
increase In taxation tnrougnour he may be fully ,cognizant of tne New Apple. Pie must be kept clean and dry. Dates) syrup to give. the d slreJ' flavor. spiced syrup should be made to strain

significance ol: the solution of( ,this Quick pie crust 'd 1'1. need not be' put1n the ice box-they :Sort fruit ,
using firm
1'ne"" "nation compared to growth inS I I I' : only ripe. over the fruit. This gtree a mucn i1
probiom."r 5) or' 6 apples S keep as well on the pantry shelf. sound peaches fpr canning.I Put aside clearer
population and wealth, is a warning : product. The frees mm
Thus, does the, electric industry, i-z 'cup sugar '.. "' in 'their l own container. Be sure '
to ease up on' raids on the pubiio right :,the soft broken, .or extra ripe: ones. should be cooked at 222 degrees: Fah.

treasury., S again show leadership I In working. ,out 1-4 tap. salt ::':-K 3 S ', S to save all the fruit juices for ,mak-,for jam or ,f butter: Immerse, ,peaches renheit. Old syrup' may: be WJe.d'tor

a program on a comprehensive. basis '1-2: isp. cinnamonr, ''';r \ S cold'drinks combining with
: 'ing
: or ,In ,boiling? water: for about, i minuteor cooking 'more pIckles.WAUC1iu'LA .
to meet changing' requirements ot ,Industry ltbsp butter S salad 'dr 'ssjngs. until skins will
OILING OF DiRT ROADS } slip easily. Plunge

S. S IS, HIGHLY 'UtNtMCIAL and workers.' .'1 ts"p. cornstarch .' S SEASONAL 'FRUIT, RECIPES .into ,COla. ,water, I minute. .n wuvt' HUD tttore, iry

Five' outstanding leaders have, = J been U tbsps. sugar Fruit-Cabbage Salad skIns. cut l!inlo_ halves. and discard goods store in Anderson building

appointed on the employment slabllizalion Pare, 'core' and slice apples. Mix shredded cabbage seed. II
According: to the Bureau or Public 3 cups Peaches, will pack 'better West Main Street, opened.

S. Koads, the experience of tne MISSOU committee: C. E. Groesbeck. I sugar, salt and' cinnamon, Line pie l'cup fresh pineapple ,dropped in hot syrup long enough toI.'en'der PERRY .L. J. Shealey formally

:.S S President of the Electric, Bond, and pan 'or individual pie' pans 'With 'pastry : 'pkg. pasteurized dates about .nilnu.t
ri Slate Highway Department in the 1-2 pliable! ,' ;two s. opened Jtfluechip b'ervice; fttation on

S S treatment' or'e rtn roaas with oil Share Company New Yorkf: : Martin I sprinkle with' cornstarch mixed salad dressing Remove, at .once. and pack, In, hot jar. North Jefferson St.
J. I Buil.Pres'ident of the Middle with :tablespoon of sugar add apples I '
; If little
lettuce juice is desIred. place ,tbo MIAMI'
since 1928 should be of value to other -' i Wbttman received -
: states and communities interested West' ", Utilities Company, cnicago; I and rest of sugar in' layers Dot with I Soak the cabbage in cold water un halves, ',in overlapping ,layers, the con 'I permit to erect |llfW apart.

: in low cost improvement' of. secondary John B. Miller, Southern California butler, cover with upper: 'crust, and til' crisp. Drain thoroughly. Dice .the cave surface, of,each half being downward ] ment house at'' Collins A>c.ac: between -

'S or reeder roads to main nign- Edison Company. Los Anyeles; Frank I '"bake in hot oven, 460 degrees 'F., for ,pineapple, slice 'the 'dates, and auu and 'the blossom end facing the', :33rd: and SUh streets.

: ways. ,L.. Dame Norlh American. Company, ten minutes, then lower 'temperature ,to French dressing or mayonnaise. glass. As each layer is built up, aaa

h'\'S ', The experiments reveal that tne New York, and Chas. L. Edgar. Chair I to' 375 'degress F. and bake until 'apples Toss: with two forks until' well mixed. a:' tablespoon of :sirup, paddling carefully -

man, of the Edison Electric Illuminating "soft. t' lettuce leaves -----. _.
I are Serve In a cup), to remove air bubbles. Froccss F4'
; character 'or oil used must vary wltfl'S.
: : Company of Bpslon. S Qui k Pie Crust a n pineapple 'may be used instead quarts 22 minutes if fruit Is quite I
local ,conditions. Soils i which are .
'naturaIitIrm'and ; 'S I"1':15 cups. floui1tS .-' ., ... ... S' 'of fresh. 'This mixture may'' al'seTbe' -I (minOr 16 minutes If 'riper and ,more
: .:, : dry, SUCh as ciay, 55 When The EIectr1cAge'Began I! salt" ...., ..:- : J ..:.' *** '*.. *** ; served withoutlettuce asarelish ; I lender. Cling stones'req about 10)
require only waterproofing with arelatively
S S -- I 1-2 cup corn ,oil with cold meats. G servings. I i minutes longer than free !stone peach-
: light oiL, Noncohesive sons .
0 as'l In good, limes, the electric Industry 4 Ibsps. 'water S".** Three Fruit Cups '. es.
such sand. need' application of!
' is a mainstay ,of prosperily.: And, iri Sift flour and salt together. Stir No. 1 (Watermelon). Chill 1 wo. 2 Elberta Peach
heavier oils to bind their particles
? S:' tog inev. I ,nard limes it is ,a mighlly, Influence In oil. using 'a fork 'or wire beater n'of grapefruit. Pour, contents Into Use 5 Ibs. peeled Pickle'I I
','-:' ,- for ,bringing back prosperily. 'and add a little at 'a time, distributing [ a' bowl. 'Add 1 cup watermelon_ sugar, 1 qt. vinegar, '
, ;
p.S-: Missouri has found that oil treat
::d:. I In, the home, in inanufacluring, Industries it well so that when stirred,. I cubes and set aside until !lav'orablend. whole. doves '(crushed), 1 stick. cmnamon .
ment is
especially effective in, solving I ,. J. '
;,r. '," 'the I ,on ,railroads, on the tarm- the .esult will be many small lumpn.Uo Serve (in' tall glasses topped 1-2 cupful hot. water.
: problem! of wash, and 'erosion
fiv: in roads I,here is hardly a field where" low- '( not work up) lumps as tney with rresn mint.: ':Serves six. Wash and peel l the peaches, and:
built 'of noncoheslve soils.
:...{:' In certain areas, the highway depart I pneeu,; ,ammaant eiecinc puwer' cauI -. make flakes when baked.) AUU ,No. 2 (Cocoanut). Pell 3 oranges, drop them into. a cold stalt water 'I4AWITH

<,\' ment ', facing I not lead lo better standards 61 production enough water (cold) to hold dough circulary:, dice 'pineapple (fresh or batn (one tabiespoonrui: salt to one MR. MN"
,was. the necessity of pur '
1. :'':. ;. higher, ,standards, of living together. Turn' out on well-floured canned)' to make 1 cup. Cut 3 bananas quart water) immediately' to prevent
:: chasing-additional rights of way in THE
I and more stable ,employment. 'board and roll half 'at 'a time. Do not in ltnch cubes. Mix fruit and discoloration. Put sugar Into preserving CLEWISTON
;ti; ; order to obtain! earth for replacement -
' : For this ,reason, it ,is tile more chill, roll only once. arrange in layers in deep glass dish, Kettle with 'not water. boil and
'n;>;. of ,shoulders removed ,by ero
;' amazing ,that the electric ,industry, Apple Sauce Cake alternating with shredded cocoanut. '. skim. Add vinegar and spices (tied LAUNDRY CO.
sion. Then oil treatment tried
:';?j f, and the erosion immediately stopped has been ,singled out for;. allackiJStrenous I a cups nour '' S or orange cocoanut, fr stettes. Adasugar heesecloth| bag)...Heat and sKlrn, Every man knows thai he 'Is "play

etforls.have .been made to F' ;.,' desired chill thoroughlY. Drain 'peaches well into
, ; : wlth"a, consequent reduction in main 1 Isp soda if again. drop log safe" whes he sends Pus shirts,

r.'': tenance boom power (as a. political, issue, in 'i Isp. cinnamon :- Serves six. boiling syrup and cook until you_ can : cilrars and
costs. other personal Jlnens'tThe
, Furthermore ,
'... vehicular ordinary! the face .of the fact thai the industry ':1-4, 'tsp. cl ves'I, No. 3 (Canteloupe). Cube 1-2 cante- pler'e' witn straw. Allow peacnes 10
is .beneficial to thaon Clewiston
' ';;S \ in, practically every state is under 1-2 pkg. pasteurized dales I l' loupe, :2 pears. :1 medium grapefruit stand, and 'plump, in syrup over 'night Laundry. ,7Jiey. 'will

t:; sunaces, vlt tnrougn a tcneaciing process ,official ,supervision and, bas made I 1-2 cup shortening' '' ' S 'S and 1-4 package pasteurized ,uaies. rack! In sterilized is ,
.... recommended. however .
\ ,Us. gral7 ,
1, an ,une'qualed record in lowering i cup sugar (Use canned pears and it '
: S that the ,use or tractors on such roaas .. \ I promptness that is pleating.CLEWISTON. : .
. \I,; > be restricted. 'rates ,to ,the public, and ,in improving 1. egg desired., ) 'Combine' and serve cold. S
"J its service. i cup not thiCK strained apple sauce :Serves six.. S
S i
\ .
! :: a"hy state or county can follow '
S It is granted that the electric 1-2 'tsP. salt. Jellied Ginger-Ale Salad 666

l'ff makes Missouri's it possible lead.,to give Oil treatment duslry is "big business." :For, that in-I. Mix .and sift dry ingre ien s.- Slice ,2 bsps. ,gelatine S !
: rural areas
,0- son it l has lo ,be a good busli1 ss. Size dates and mix through dry mgreai. :1-2 cup\> cold water LAUND'RY' IntEL
: adequate, weatherproof roads at tile :" r LIQUID 'OR TABLETS ,
, :: Jowesl; possible cost. was ,necessary to make modern widespread I ents with finger tips. Cream shorten- '.:2" cups ,ginger ale ". S Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in PASO AVE.& SAN Btmm ST.CUWISTON .

t"1: service possible. wnen tne in-: 'ing. add sugar slowly. Add beaten 'Ibsp.. lemon juice .

fl::.):':-'... A BUSINESS adequate, local ,plant, charging' ; high : egg .then dry ingrcdienls and appie Z tbsps, sugar S -:' 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first FlOCJH'l1''V_ \ ('"'. "'.

Iif.. "' LIGHTHOUSE rates and giving inferior service 's'auce' alternately. 'Pour into a cake '1 cup pasteurized 'dates, .sliced' day,' and checks Malaria In three days ,
t; : '" ,- : r !..' 5' 5 6fa6 SALVE FOR BABY'S COLD 'zIoup, nOw:. ftL4Ju7l ':' S'
to interconnected
'"' gave way 'pan which has been lined with paper i orange sliced'v'

.: History shows that after every period systems, .the electric: age ,really be 1 or well greased land dusted with :I ,apple, diced 'S ;.: ,
of .
:::' the business upswing \ gan. flour. Bake in moderate oven, 350'' degrees '1 'banana. cut round ', '
f- ; ,which! is as sure' to follow as
11 S F., for '40 minutes. 'This cake 1-2 cup cherries '

::": aayngnt alter darKness, carries nv- 'TREAT IT ,GENTLY culs' into 16 pieces. 1 whipped cream b- "'.I'Ll.\: .l ;;{'Y.ljf'i'I.; .' '''''''T"Z; 'Jin ...IT'v.:: ................ --...... .__. r. .. _
: cup .
lug ,and 'economic standards "tt fJIio" ; !.1:oib 7.J
to nw
[ : Corned Beef Hash ScJak gelatine in'water. Dissolveover arGENERAL
high levels.: We all know that this S ELECTRIC
SS : Legislators Should treat pIe lire insurance :2 cups chopped, cooked corned beet, hot water. 1{ mo\'e from me

process ,taices place but aunng tne Industry nt1y in matters x>f 2 cups potatoes, add to lemon juice. ginger 'ale and '
: f recession period we are too, much in REFRIGERATORS RADIOS
:,t;; dined to become taxation and legislalion. No other: industry 2 onion, chopped, salt and pepper' sugar. When it begins to stitfen pour & SUPPLIESC.

panicky as businesses -, does more for the welfare of JZcup- nniK!: t over tile fruit, arranged in layers in E. STEBEL DEALER
SS/ built upon poor ! tne public. Lire insurance is : Swerve whipped
'' : .' the prentproleclbr 2 thsps corn oil :: individual molds. with

; swept, away.: that guards' wives, childrenana Mix Ingredients 'and place iri oiled i cream.' Serves 'eight.Dixfe 'S For Glades, Hendry & Upper Glades
injury joss and ,
tragedy -
- tram dependents against want. it is baking dlsft. bake in' hot oven, 'IDU: Peaches I
.. .
ignorance or inexperience In 'dealing an investment! reflecting; the faith of degrees F., twenty minutes' or cook 3-4 cup shredded*cocoanut .;. RADIO SERVICE 'S
'S 'with Ihe forces of nature on seal, on millions: of citizens. And il, 'is, ,in, the in Heavy frying' pan, well-oiled, until C Peach halves 'I.' S '

'S.. ." A! ]lighthouse or in business.along:' the ocean shorer' fullest sense of the word a trust milk is absorbed' ', stirring. constant-. .,,1-4 cup jam :,: r.)'f, "," ,. Pahokee: Theatre Building ,',. 'SS

whose premanence, and stability must ry. ei-t uiuwii on ootio mane io.u 12'cup cream, whipped "
Is, built to warn against danger. Ships always "be beyond question.In like omelet. S S ,Line '6 'slass' dishes 'wilhsuredded Pahokee, Florida S

at sea, look for it to ,_ 'I 5
guide them. It many cases, money is loaned on : 'S'J'am cocoanut irostelles. -
Cake cocoanut or :
1F J f "t
,stands : :; f. h4 .
on / :
: a foundation or solid rocK policies' to the insured when }lie mignt 12'c pltf r or' cookiug'oil. ,{ Place a halved peach (canned

.It has ,strength and enduring quailties. .! be unable to get aid from any other i' cup sugar "' ",'"::1.11'" S or', mesh. ) on the cocoanut With cut ..

,.5 'twere. -is' I source." ;" S S : 2 eggs ':' _': ...' ., .. .. ''' 'j*, .t side up. Cover with peach syrup or tt;! ; Y4 .. :...... :J.p,', ". ', .,. (" 0' f ri .' ,
I a similarity' between tne The" investments, of life. ,insurance :1 1-2 'cups flour"" ','' S ;" :.sweetened fruit juice. Fill 'cavity in I ,

lighthouse and'jsiqclc fire Insurance. !j companies industrial securities area f ( ; 'S,: ,. .' peach favorite jam.
\ itsp: soda 'S with family's .1 '
: Insurance clear'white CLEWISTON FOLKS
statistics-throw -
tile [ tremendous contribution 'to development S. : :' and
1-2 .tsp cinnamon ; <, Cover with whipped cream top li"i .
;'. light or know/cage and experience and employment.rrhese vast I : "l- .
i-'J Isp cloves 'Y' I'i with a bit ot jam 'as'a promise ot

I: ,"( HuLl on the fire. 'h zards which busiv -! sums which are put to work are re. 1-: "'tsp nutmeg ,, 5' ..;. rz ;;" more, ,beneath. '6 servings., These may r I THE HOTEL 'fA-MIAMI ,.. .. ,. ., '
inuivmudi'; ; "
; luuuc fllWtI U ctCd In the life and prosperity ''or ''auspice ( ") ; S (, .
} i- tsp also, be served on rounds of 'sponge r : .. .., _,
daily 1tft| "
S These ]hazards jn good* Urnes and In bad every citizen-.rwhether or not he 'is 1-2;: 'cui 1i''b i ttrmtlR'' '. l ._' : ''S ':T;: 'cake.,.,, :. r, "" -, S ; : Miami. FloridaWELCOMES ,. .... 'f.' "" -.. .
arc just T" 1. .
-as the S
possessor of a policy. Life insur 1-2 cup jam I .
as the rocks I (. '
guards against. ,which. the, llghlhouso. ance is 'one of the, foundation stones '1-2 cup"l riulmeals \) S S )HINTS, TO HOUSEWIVES ',4: S ', YOU ',' S

S : > upon which modern civilization Is be- }.2 cup sliced citron ':\;, '
'Hut S S
renders servIce lug built S S Cream rat, add sugar and men CANNED PEACHES .
beyond) pointing, oat the danger; it ,n To Rivo the' The most 'perfectly ventilated hotel in.the south '
provides Industry the fairest or beaten eggs. Sift flour once before Before prepaTTTig !fruit make thin
for '
'occur. indemnity after, losses legislative. and lax treatment Is : not measuring. Add soda. and spices. Add! or niediutiipsyrup' (i to' 2 cups sugarto
In times or business' S S I only Rood luslness-lt' is vItal to tne flour mixture and .buttermilk, alternately ,1 pint water), allowing 1 cup ot Storage, space across street European plan
depression as '
Sit, limes of storms personal and business life of the na to the egg mixture, *oid 111 liquid for each quart Jar. ir tne ai- .
at Heal, losses in
lion. jam, nuts and citron Bake 45 niluulcs mond flavor 11 "
: Is desired a few ,pits .. t.1t{


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DEFEAT OF SEASONUsual MRS. LEMUEL ,: Houston, John and Seldon Stewart.
Mrs. L. A. Morgan. Jr.;. Phone 369 HOWARD .I :

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Miss Mildred Butler ,and T. G. Butler where she has been recovering from Tight (Game Presented fur. henry siivenneuu:: 01 l.o .tiw: they spent the day. PRINCE THEATRE:

of Tampa Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. illness. Local Ball was the.guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Miss Lillian Burke of Dunellen is
'Tuesday. --
Newcomb .
Ed Butler. tno guest ot Mr. ana Mrs. Aiva PAHOKEE FLA.
Mr. J. G. Allhands, Billy Cresseyand Fans Sunday.To Lindsay Stalllngs, Claude Adkinson. BurKe Of North 'Laiieile Ira an "'inuennite ,
!Mr. and Mns. G. Small and Mrs.uertiuae Henry Storey will spend the Smiley: Williams spent Saturday visit. THE: PICK 0' THE, PlCTUHESSHbWING ;

Jacob were guests or wr. weekend In Miami. complete the week's work (composed .I In Punta Gorda. Mr. and Mrs. E. ,M. Cornotte and : DAILY ,,

and, Mrs. RicJj&rd Small In West of one track meet and one Miss June ,Parsons of Hlckpochee aaugnter, j&ann: wen, uuu ,i911a. n.. A. .
Palm Beach ojfthe Fourth of July. A. L. riacKettt, 1(. ,n. ian, 'L ICK ball game) the Clewiston Cane is spending the week with Miss Grace ;Rider 'have return c1 from Kentucky Show. 'Starts 7 & 9 P. M.PROGRAM .

: i ''f White Speedy :McFeeTeYs and EarJ Breakers, for the third consecutive ,I Cason of LaBelle. and Georgia after a week's' ,visit. : -..:-_
I I Ga. -ls White motored' to Belle Gl deV; <1. Mr. and Mrs.: J. M. Walker and Mr. '.. ; :'
: Miss Pat olan of Atlanta, time, defeated the aggregation nail- Mrs. E.:!: \ Messer and ,little aaugnter : I
I '
: visiting he t:mother Mrs. Charles Ad-. night. : ing rrom Patiokce_ last" :Sunday:> by ,tno and Mrs. Everett Burchard celebrated of Tampa are visiting. E., Messer of ', ','. ,, ;
: J I
ams at the Clewiston Inn. score or Y to 2. the Fourth In Punta Gorda. the :Sarasota> dredge. In Lauelle ,tor : SUNDAY .
I Ij Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butler made a The Pahokee lands got away to: a Marvin 'l'aylorls'' in the Arcadia a few days. & l %MONDAY. ,

I Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern business trip to trampa'and; St. Petersburg ,good start In. the. first .inning. when I Hospital awaiting: an' operation. for a Mrs., Lewis, Freeman: O( .at. reters- John Boles" JULY 12 6. ij.
-' 'i ink' Lupe Velez:;
were guests of'r.. Cora Cothern "Tuesday.Tnose tney tallied once on successive hits serious case ot appendicitis. burg is 'lstt1nIr.! and Mrs. Alva ,

j Lakeland over the week-end. Mrs., -- but the locals tallied twice In their: I Miss Lucille Hampton, LaBelle girl Burke of LaBelle for several days.. IN'RESUFtRECTaQN

t Cothern returned home :wltn tnem. : attending the dance at Belie half of the first. The other Pahokeerun I now attending Teachers College in Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson and ". .c '., '

I Glade Friday night were A. L. Hack- was score when, with one out i i Tallahassee," was crowned queen at; children of Sherman: spent tne past The wor l'a-most daramtJc love' story

j Mrs. R. M. Hare and. Mrs. W. 1'. .I ett, Dick' While,. Speedy McFeeters, and the local infield plaYIng cioso, a Methodist Festival held there. weekend In LaBelle visiting Mr. and Comedy pOx News

vaugnn jr., ,motored to uiga rriuay ,fcarl .White, Beter Nall, and Harvey Mock's grounder to short took'' a bad ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Cochran or Mrs. Frank'' 'lurned.

where they placed their children Guthrie.A. hop, making, the throw home impossible Miami were week-end guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Irving Phillips of Im- '
c LeRoy, Harry'' and Jimmie Hall ,tit\ in ,time to, catch the runner. and Mrs." Buck Cochran of LaBelle. moKaiee are spending a few days 'TUESDAY &'WEDNESDAY.
, .the. Boy Scout Camp there.Mr. L. Hackett and Earl White, Betty VOS9". Tabb, Pahokee short stop, Mr. and ',Mrs. E. A. Kolster of : witn Mrs' I'mmps sister, Mrs A. &\ J L.Y'14. & Ib,
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and Alice Willets ,motored to Pa- and Dick ,Hooks, local second baseman Jacksonville spent the past weeK-end i Edwards, in LaBelle.A Richard 'Arlen r'

t and Mrs. Charles Adams: and hokee Sunday night. and attended the were the outstanding stars or with M'r. Kolster's' mother Mrs j steak roast was given Wednesday IN

1 Miss Pat Dolan pent the weekendin tneater. the frame handling several difficult James (Newcombe of LaBelle.Mr. : i 'night in honor of :Miss 'Dillia -rut bANIA hfc ItiAILO'J

and Mrs. James Williams
: Miami. chances. ureen who is visiting MISS evatriui ,All Star-All Action All Talking
., -' Miss Louise, Waldron of ,Arcadia. is Local baseball fans have learned spent the' Fourth In Okeechobee. I Miller. The party took place at Cfiiynt All out 'Doora .
'" from visitingiiss Jewel Lowe. Miss Madge Cox Mrs. Lemuel I I _
the ,
; G. H. Houze returned Sunday that when Cane Breakers are ana steak, bread, piciues. cane comedy Universal

''J Olga where he attended the Boy scheduled to 'meet, the Pahokee aggregation ,Howard ,and daughter, Carolyn mo- and punch were '''served. Those present News

Scout camp. Miss Margaret Hooker, Miss Olive I I a real ball' game is in store I tored to Okeechobee Saturday: wnere were: Roy Green,' Harry RogeFS.

I Welsh, Misses, Edith and Betty wnlits -for them. lu all the games the two Paul Sullivan, Virgil Miller, Misseg! THURSDAY A, FRIDAY ;'

+ Mr. and Mrs. }'. 'M. Hare spent ,, Doc' VanLandingham and Neil teams have met there has never teen GOOD PROGRAMS Dellia Green, Veatrice Miller, Vivian JULY 16 & 17

I! Tuesday in Fort Myers on business. Hamilton of Belle Glade were visitors a lop-sided score. The .two. teams Howard .and Irma Magiii. Mrs. '.1". n.: .. El, Brendel -

to Clewlston Wednesday night., have met: three times this;' year ,and TO BE FEATURE OF Miner. cnaperoned tne party. JN.. .

, Iceland Perkins spent .Sunday in I thrice the Cane Breakers were victorious Group I and JI ,of the Methodist Ep- "JUST IMAGINE":."

West Palm Beach. Miss Jewell Lowe, Miss Louise I by the following scores: 3.%, 'worth League, 'entertained groups Hi
I .
I Waldron, Arthur Lawrence and A. b'-O", 7-2. PRINCE THIS WEEKThe and IV at Mrs. :Selden Stewarts born The longest, and loudest laugn 1 ;','of
MISS ,Dorothy and Evelyn Hare: are W. Sias attended the theater at Pa- In Sunday's game the lineup :was Thursday evening. A. buslne'sa meeting your lire.: .

expected to leave Sunday for Jupiter hokee Sunday night. as follows: Pahokee-H. Spooner c. held and afterward In Comedy _. Fox News
was many ; .
:Scout >----- f;. J. Padgett lb Crosby2b Prince Theatre' at Pahokee 1 ; '
where they will attend the Girl, : Spooner p, teresting: games were played. Ice
camp.: Dick White,;, Dick Hooks, Pete Wilson Tabgb ss, Mock 3b, Pickering ir, I continues to show the latest pictures cream and cake were then served. :. rSATURDAY -s: { ;,

,' Speedy McFeeters and Beter Cason cf, D. Padgett rt. Cl wIston- and is drawing large crowd' ? Those: present were: Mr. and Mrs. *
children Don-I Nail attended 'the 'theater in' Pahokee from CIe":viaton. The Theatre is one _JULY :>8 '
r' .Mrs.. Paul .Deam Bolton c, Fisher p. Houpe Ib, D. Morrey Bush, Mr.: and'' Mrs. Selden.
Alice and Miss Catherine Sunday night. $. OD UL Ole ueai 111 ouum: ,- auu Ken MaynardIN
aid and Hooks Zb. .D. White ss, 1 wan Stewart, Mrs. Robert Moon. Reverend -

Deam,) ,were_ visitors to Jacksonville E. White If, Cothern cf, McFeeters : shows the latest pictures. The equip R. 'E. Carlson, Misses Ruth' ,O'- ,

over the weeK-ena. ,miss ueam- lets Mr. and :Mrs. Leydig entertained at rt, uuthrie rr, c. wan ir, Wilson p. : ment Is the best that money could Bannon, Carrie Eunice itmer. wauae. "SONS OF THE SADDLE"See

from -,. ere for Kansas City where luncheon on Saturday, July 4tn.,: It is not Khow definitely :yet' where buy and is the latest, Inl sound equip Magill,' Dot Hill, 'Mary. Markette' aim crash thru the band. ot
Beam Guests Included Mrs. W. K. Hackett, i I the Cane' Breakers will play Sunday "
she will visit relatives. Mrs. I ment. Nancy Stewart, Ida Forrey. olive : wild outlaws.ALSO .
.; returned home Monday accompanied Miss Willis and .Mr. Willis of Eustis, I but In all probability will journey to This week the feature picture will Newcomb. Mable and :Marie Hampton "

". by her daughter, Dorothy, who has, Mr. and Mrs. J.. G. Allhands, Mr. and Lake Placid to ',break, the tie with "Resurrection". starring John, Trma Magill. Mildred Hill, Nellie Chapter No. 7

( been in Kansas City the past winter. Mrs. J. E. Bear sley and, son Bruce "that team each clan having two wins. 'Boles, Lupe Velez and others. It is a Weaver Juanita Davis. Patsy The Indians Osvwdd

f fI Miss Beatrice Kettl, Mr. and: Mrs. However, if the locals do not make love story and the ,scene is trout I Heath, Billy! Hampton, Tevle Davis, I Are Coming Cartoon

Jim, Bobbie and Dan Beardsley'' returned -I K. n. hair, Henry ,storey, billy. tires- the trip to the land'of hills andoranges' Russia. ''Saturday "Sons 'of the ''Sad \,

; Sunday from the Boy Scout: : sey', Miss'Marion, Leydig' 'Mrs. Leah they will again lock horns dle" will draw a crowd., Doris ''Hills,
'Spicer and Mr. W. 'R. Hackett.Mr. with Pahokee
on foreign territory.
Lake Placid.
at who made brilliant
camp a appearance
agriculture is fundamental.. He sayssurvive when she played opposite ,Ken May- .

,. ":i" ,> "" .1\.11:1...anii.:4lrs: .. /:TomSneiley.sPen1.:,: _, '. and' Mrs. j. 'u.' Aimanas entertained ,that agriculture is"bound to.- nard In "The Man From Monterey" .
.: last"eek''end' in Miami.! "' : : at a dancing party at the Clew
., unless chemistry finds a way of pro- again appears:.In. his starring vehicle
iston Inn Friday night honoring their
: ; ducing all our foods synthetically, or "Just, Imagine" .Is. the season's, biggest
:i' Mrs. Claude, Downs, Mrs. LOUlbff' guest Billy! Cressey. Guests included I !I
( ;" unless we return to the primitive; hit and will be shown on Thursday
motoreu Miss Jane Crawford, Miss Maxine :. W,
dnd Troy 'puryear ; >.
Morgan +
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state ana live off the berries birds and Friday. I 1t -
McLardv,' Miss Frances Tippey Mrs.J. >>
=It' Miami 'Thur day of last week. "The Fe Tiall" will ue -
to eggs, etc., we can gather from tne Santa : : 'p..
F. Tippey, Jim Buck and Francis I JFtIEPAAIMENT
,, \ wild. Otherwise, humanity must hiTVe- shown Tuesday Wednesday.. *

.. ....'_ ".. Arthur, Lawrence. left Sunday lot Mullms ot"'Ves"t Palm Beach, Miss agriculture. play was made from the book ':spanish -

his home at Rushmore, Mirih, where Ruth Knopf, Miss Frances Monroe, Speaking further in a sensible veTo I Acres". This week at the Princewill
month. Miss Jf tty Spicer, Miss Elsie Hare,!!
he will spend a
the editor says: be a 'record breaker for good
Miss Evelyn Hare, Miss Jewell Lowe.
I "Of course there Is something clean amusement. r +j
Ro Miss Louise Waldron, Miss BoncIIe,i ,
RoGreen and /
Mr. and Mrs. wrong in agriculture-as In, every- r
Pahokee Wednesday Stone, Miss Pat Dolan, Campbell I happiness. From this bodily ease aild-
jr., motored to thing else man has to manage. But
Nail, Bobbie Hare, Van Cothern, mental calm arises a constructivehabit
night to attend the theater. let us get oir on the ngnt toot oy ,,nov
,' 1 TanK Cothern, Henry storey, rsmy: borrowing troubled'In general, let us of thought' and a lightness ot 0 C6 '

:I f "' Bob Hancock from :Miami Locks Cressey, Arthur Lawrence, Merl give attention to the details. lettilTg spirit which favor: individual success. i iCDMPQ

was in'CJewiston Friday night. Lowe, A. W. Sias, Horace Houze, the grand principles work themselvesout. and community well'b ing. Men

Leland Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. We shall have a hard time lay- reared under the auspicious conditions -

A. G: Keller left Saturday for Q. Adams, :Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Ing aside some of our new found or sumcient ,nourishment mic

months vacation at his home in Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. Cleo A. economic<;> theorIes. but the resolve to comfortable sleep, enjoyed as the re-
;; .l'".'- f HahnviTle: La. Houze, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ames, tend to the task in hand should help. sult of their having earned them, are.

i ---- and Mr. J. F. Tippey. Ketresmnents improvements in agriculture in general. fortunate. These last few months .m..a..m. ..

,I'. .. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ames returned of punch and cake were served. as in any other occupation. de- have perhaps brought that fact home Ea
.\ to their home in New York Monda pend upon improvements in details. to a large percentage of our popufa,

' :;"::" after a few' days visit here.. .. RURAL COMMON SENSE Industry, sanity, and thrift are more tlon.'

By Spuds Johnson Iir.
ilkel yto bring such improvementsthan
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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey an.- are complaining and theorizing DAYTONA: BEACH-Artmory prop- ",'. ," '. .

daughter, Frances, of West Palu. KAKMEK IS FORTUNATE "Despite the hard ,times, while erty on Beach Street purchased tor u: i ; P"j .:' III

,.". .' 'Beach ,have leased an apartment 1-. 'COMPARED WITH THOSE: thousands are homeless and hungry consideration of $53,500 as site for 1I1J} ...f(,_ t ,; ". .!jo".... \J. :.' : : ,;:,..; IE!

,(. {? the Hopkins building and will make.i IN OTHER OCCUPATIONS in the cities, the farmer finds himself proposed post office building. '

_ .fl i .r their home there through the sum- i with a roof over his head and wun 'I'AVAiES-Shell Petroleum Corporation = .' ':; A HOME AWAY FROMHOME :1II

'/" ; ,mer. There are those who tell us that something to eat. These ordinary ne* opened filling station at cor- .
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. :' this thing and that thing must be cessities of life now take on a sign"' ner South: East :Second, Street ana ElI
.. K. Baker ar: done if agriculture Is to survive. However m
:-:' '. Mr. and Mrs. J. cance not commonly acknowledged in ijcesourg ztuau.CISTVIEWBeall's. I

.f':''.: .daughter' Betty,. and Miss RutH the editor of New Jersey Agri- times of plenty. They provide I tSore movedto ,
Knopf attended the theater in ,Fan culture, in a thoughtful mood, takes/. cal comfort, peace of mind, PhYSI-j larger quarters Solomon building -
t:, \ Myers Sunday night. issue with tnem and' reminds us mar good will which must, underlie .
:: .: .r '
: ... : II A. Land of LaBello spent las., -

; "family.weekend in Clewiston visiting h. rr. .,'.1:1C: ry cf Great Physicist Honored in England II] ::111 \

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':: 'rAwaxAr R.XU.er 3.
J. ':1 + r.tw
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r .:: '< ...Sl'roy Puryear' and LOUH Morgan: w. >T hotel that!*
; ,: .,i You can get a room and board at our
J. ;::..h" ;returned** Tuesday alter a Iew days tt-' \> Ed
... :-:.. ilmsiness.! trip to West !'Jorldar'r '
:;' : will make you feel at home.CLEWISTON'S |

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" Koy. Jr., attended the tneater at i'anoicee %y, ': f9 l+r -% 1 1I I \ '.r. ml

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Coliseum at Tampa on the.

: qurtn or Jury.L.Mrs. : 3 ; HOTEL ;
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IRgf&.f'r**' sif'T Jf3 T\7t* *"** O.i' .A tfr > '
/ ? a "J-aTi iS
.; ,. J, G. Allhands and Billy Cres- # ;$ ill ; ,

:, sey spent 'Yernesday.at. ,last week ; .., .. MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. In

,<'fI' -in West Palm Beach: 'j. '' ',' .Xi-*.; .&4*>? ,S *f > $ ,'W W' 2 '< .
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'J'.'< I;. t .j :, Art : -
', .. 4- (\:;:. ,tlt. r. J. G. Allband and Mrs Ley- .,
\. I S motored to West Palm
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Mario i eydlff returned nome ..' : uglws; lnmois: ;li.v6lclst was appropriately observed
I "t .j' "I .:. : : t.I'h"b.+i !': :% I mhm.n nlimu with HIP mist
last weeK! from West Palm Beach type-printing telegraph, which he invented In 1853.f \ .
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t"' The Time Has 1 Conine rtitionai worK before ,the next crop and putting duties upon tax collect- the new committee in the house' to as old as the senate itself, members J i Board appear in the .Resolution or

1 t I'can be harvested but there is plenty ors. These measures are hitting' at handle all tax measures they seem said. the, Board which is on file in the ot-

.. ... ot: time tor tins woiK to be aone before I state expense' and if they are passed I to be left out of the picture entirely. It voted, 19 to 11, for a motion by I I .fice of the Secretary' of said District.No. .
(Continued from page I// 3 Olivia Building, in the city of
the next crop is harvested. would reduce the taxes ot every 11 me puisne! BU&aiuii cult ue limited Senator Young, Vero' Beach that .
: ; West Palm Beach. Florida.
: Most of the employees. of the Company .county in tne state. to ten' days and both branches. senators, attaches and newspapermen : The said 'Board will 'meet at its office
I The safety ot. tho 8 etatao depends I
; Ida : : ; have been let out or are on vacations 'There -were thirty bills introduced I will get busy and pass the bills that on the senate floor be allowed to remove ; No. '3 Olivia Building In the Cityof

..',. \ upon IOU I today.. without pay. They are. .expecting during the first day and 'from all' indications will be 'necessary to save th"e" state their coats.. :senators:::; said they West Palm Beach. Florida, at 10
Our road building program shall o'clock in the forenoon of the 14th
p. to return to. Clewiston aly.next? 'the Governor' is gathering from bankruptcy It will be'a reliefto believed it the first time in the I
.:;:; not cease! This .state shall remain day of July, 1931, and ,at such time
month if tlie ,erorganization goes support in both branches of'the government the the state. I II "
.. one $state onepeople and one policy: taxpayers of history of the senate such action had all laud owners' affected by such
through as is expected "among the and it 'seems that his bills
in or
rosolutiong person
". Untted effort. I been taken. However, it was no'there may appear
I. UieYTiston people. will bo paBsea.Representauves. SENATORS VOTE TO I by representative and present objec-
Who will accept the leadership! ? today.
'. B. G. DahlBerg_ is still at, work, trying from me larger SHED THEIR COATS tions to the method or manner or
, :}; Wia will carry the Banner of the They also called attention to ,the the ''.division of ,such }ands into Main- .
to save the industry, for the state counties have been 'making a tour of
fE:;. :. \ "Delegation oT Ten Thoimnd"? fact that this is the first time the .tenance Areas. All objection .must be "' ..-1
and from all the information we can the .
state during the present holiday TALLAHASSEE, July' 7.' The "
There is a common level where senate. ever has been in session in presented In willing. '
'. ,: men of every faith and creed can get,he will continue to use his influ ana nave tried to gainer strengtn. it Florida senate took off its coat today July. .. Dated at West Palm Beach, FlorIda -

4. w'un tno' aac'ntice aKingle ence 'in helping to keep faith in the. seems that they have] lost and with it thereby shattered a custom this .2nd rlv of June, 1931.
meet tnr; 'ut : ot .
greatest industry in Florida. BEN, HERR
l principle, agree upon a course I LAKE \VOKTS:::;-Chamber; of Commerce Sp.cTp.tary .

-'' ofaction for-the best Interests of the REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF offices being .extensively. im JvergtadesI i District;
stale. I Safety (First. As Appli'edTo The FIRST S'ANKF, CLEWISTON, at CLEWISTON in the State of Florida proved. ,A description of the boundary linesof
at the close of business June 30, '1931. ;
h And th'is is 'what the 'people ae- Farms .. 4 ( TAJMJPA Hillsborough. Avenue all Maintenance Areas which con-
Florida .
... : from Nebraska Avenue to River to ; lain lands within Hendrj- County.
raaad. ,. ; ; : ." .- .. Loans and Discounts, ..................... ............_....................:.....................:........ 22,022.94) :. I rioiida. is na follows:

The time bas .come.Reeocganizaticm. (Continued from Page 1)-.) United States Bonds ... ..".........................,.....;....,....... .,...,.,.. .......vn..... ... f. 73,7Q .OU be paved.. ., .., MAINTENANCE AREA "C"

P. .". .-. .. County and Municipal Bonds ....... ......................!....:,.....?..,....,?.;,: .-;. .' ......... 20,000.00,' I The area enclosed by the following

: ToBeTLxtended comfort, and enjoyment of life as the All Other 'Bond County School,Warrants; ,....,.....,.........?,,:,...,...../vp.! .. ..,,.!....'%....,.. $,8,000.00 LEGAL NOTICE rlr.mcrfhed! line shall be Known asIaintenance'

feelih gof security from all dangerof Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .......:....'.....,.'>..'........!.,...,,....,'.',.............. y,344.4b, :\ Area "C".
} Un bFirst 1. Other Real Estate 0\vne d'r'j.. .! ...!:...;....".....-...*.o\.,;.'.'..?:........, 1,650.OU_ NOTICE' OF 'DIVl'siON OF LANDSOF Beginning: at the intersection ot tne
>'-,; .' .' Of AugustContinued" I not having pleat to eat and wear. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks ...'-....-.:."...:..;....>,..-;:;..'..1 J'..: ;......'............. 66,575,42 EVERGLADES DRAINAGE. West line of Sec. 35, T. 42 S., R. 32

.:'f:!' ) and a comfortable place to live-an TOTAL ................r..r.. .............'.... :.'... ..:::.'...I.*.:......::r.....!..:.:.....:. 201,292.81 DISTRICT: INTO' AREAS''MAINTENANCE J';., with the South, K-w line or tne
\ I these are the farmers' who diversify LIABILITIES I ,. '' : ,: *l ': ;<*' "' .: DOLLARS Nine Mile Canal, thence run Soutb
S. W. Corner of said Sec. 35:
to the ;
.'t.;, ;(..."" '. '. .from' "Page.< \1)..). and exercise diligence in farm man Capital Stock Paid. In............................... ;.:. ..:!:.:;.:::,*:....!..'."...,':..(:.A.t.:l :.... ...:.:.... 15,000.00 NOTICE !is hereby given that In thence South ,to the S. W. Corner or

The terror of depressIon. .. .. ............".......q.....:...:;.!.i..ri .",,..',............ 20000.00 .
1 F i if agement. Surplus 1 Fund ................. .... ................. : pursuance of the provisions or sec- Sec. 11 of said Township; thence
1 1 j work very. little money is oeiug I nara times, debts and taxes, passes, Usdivided Profits (Less Expenses and: Taxes'Paid> ..".>..:.,.,..:}I...;,...;.;.:...:. 5,894.38Dividends : tion 9 of Senate' Bill No. 332, Regu- East' to the' quarter section corner on

'":'\.; spent on drainage as it flag nor :I by those who have taken this pTecau- : Unpaid i ....................................>..'?.r.:.......'.::;:...:...:::;...:.,...i"...'....'.,';,.:....:>..,.:... 750.U() lar :Session, lydl, the Board or com the South line of Sec. 8, T. 43 S., it.

.,:: rained here to. any extent for over tin=as the plague passed those wna Deposits .....::........:............................:...............:...k....... .:?...!?::?\...;....:..;'...:.:...:.;.. 133258.13 missioners 'of Everglades Drainage :34 E.; thence North' with the Cent'erHecUon

: three weeks. .- ..' f t *. '. : 'played safety first in 'the land or Bonds Borrowed :..........:..................................:.......'.r..r.' .:..... 18,000.00 District did upon the 20th day of line of 'said Sec. 8 to the

I, '.Urateage! has not etrected tile present All Other Liabilities, Cashiers Checks ...;......... .................;;.......:........:........ 8,390.00 June' ism, adopt a Resolution dividing quarter\ section corner on the Nortb witn
Goshen. the lands within said District line of Sec. 7. of said Township ;
;';). ', operations of the"Reccn.crJ.;: TOTAL .................: ................................1............... ...:............................. 201,292.81 which are served or'benefitted by the the South R-W line of the Nine Mile

,it There will be no need to spud: any State of Florida, County of Hendry, existing works or the Districts into Canal;' ,thence ,Westerly with tiif
,.>:\:'.- additional cash as the cane crop for Senator Gomez Is I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of the above-named Bank do solemnly swear ,subdivisions causing, all of the lands South R-W line of Nine' Mile Canal!

':1 '. next year has been made. The pres. Working For State .that the above statement Is. true.to the, best, of;my' knowledge and belief, and receiving equal or substantially equal to the intersection; of, said R-W line-
:: i, a cultit notice'to\ by the Comptroller of theState'of benefits fro mthe same works heretofore with the West line of Sec. 35, T. 42 .
cane too ;
} ent ;, is. almost nigh-lo that it,1s in responsesto official report
.. Tax ReductionContinued . constructed by 'Everglades S.,' R. 32., the point of 'beginning.,
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.< .iSRflri- ,'
22 v-1 ',
; vale. and when it reaches s sUgoitis. Florida. .
.. : .. ', .' ..-r..r ..l -- *tf '> .' 'I" -) L'STEWART'f'Cishier.-... &*'.* Drainage! District, be placed in, the Jt Is hereby "declared that the
declared as1; made. Nfcthing can '" ,. Area
," ". same subdivisions ,which .said subdi- above described Maintenance
,;/. ne' done except put out.a( !3'mI.\ ( from page 1) C. V. PARKINSON r"< .' ismns 1 are Known ana"designated at 0 is served by the Nine Mile Canal

:.. quantity. of.fertiliZer and keep the ELBERT L. STEWART ', "Maintenance Areas." wmcn canal is part ot tne wortcs oi

i'. drainage,- ditches cleaned.( be given to state iirms; 23.VX. Abolishing C. L. Downs The boundaries of 'each Maintenance Everglades Drainage District and H
ad- office of county tax assessor Directors. Area so constituted by tho said beneficial to said described area.
The ,sugar mill will need sore :

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