The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00332
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00332
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Center New Sugar Americcfa Bowl." T HE. C L EW'I'STON NEWS Where AgmultureMcct.Industry and


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Max. Min. Rain I :Mnv.: Min. Rain I

TEST VALIDITY GAS Sunday ............- 90 74 .06 i Held By Garden Club Sunday.............. 91 69! OF EXPERIMENTALDYKE

Monday ..m....... 92 73 .14 Monday _..__..____...91 70 .80 I

Tuesday .............. 84 72 .04 Tuesday ______...... 88 70
TAX DISTRIBUTIONAwait Wednesday ........83 72 .10 FIRST GARDEN CLUB MEETING Wednesday ..__...... 86 71' .13 I FOR LEVEESMove

Thursday ............ 73 72 '.81 FOR FALL SPONSORS SHOWOF Thursday.........88 70 .60

Friday ................ 85 79 GLADES FLOWERSA Friday................88 73 .47 _

Outcome of Action I Saturday... .... .... 82 80 flower with Saturday...........89 75
prizes being To Sec
Filed in Test Suit Rainfall for week .................. .1.15 awarded for first and second placein Rainfall for week .................... 2.00 Machinery

Matthews Previous Rainfall ..............."..':.:,.24.12 each classification will be the Previous rainfall .................... 20.19 tion Nearer Clew-
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main event in the meeting of the ton
Rainfall to date ........................ 25.27 Clewiston Garden club Rainfall to date ...................... 22.19 TodayThe
next Friday
Meeting in special session Tues-
day the board of commissioners for according to Mrs. E. L. Stewart, at first 1000 ft. section of gov-
Cane Breakers i whose home 'the meeting is to be
considered Slip Local Cattle
.. Hendry county proposals I Bring ernment experimental dike work was
from D. Graham Copeland former held.The
member of the Okeechobee Flood Easy Win Sunday Garden club has not been active -I Cash To Owners completed near here late yesterday

Control board to enter suit to have this summer but with the com- afternoon and federal 'construction

ing of fall the club is to resume its forces are being moved
the constitutionality of the 1931 today to a
and interest
monthly meetings
gasoline tax distribution tested be- is being HUNDREDS OF FINE CATTLE IN section nearer Clewiston.The .
BAY OUTFIT ON MUDDY stimulated in the meet-
fore the supreme court. RANGE OF SOUTH PART first section, located about

The meeting had already been PICNIC GROUNDS I ings.The meeting has been called for OF COUNTY ten miles west of Clewiston, stands

called when announcement was made I approximately 21 feet above the sur-
3:30 at Mrs. Stewart's
home with
On wet field Palm-
a muddy at
through the state press that Repre- Although Hendry county is not face of the ground and was built by
dale Sunday the Clewiston Cane invitations to all members of the
sentative John E Mathews, Duval, Breakers at club as well as any other resident of primarily a cattle country a checkup the government in order to determinethe
proved more adept plodding -
announced that he would file a suit
I through the mud than the South Clewiston or neighboring towns to be of the southern part of the county approximate cost of construc-
contesting the validity of the act. tion
as well as to learn definitelythe
Bay team when the Cflewistonites present. The Garden club is one of reveals the fact that there are now
In view of this fact the Hendry
character of soil and rock that
came through with the large end of the most active of the Clewiston civic -
commissioners made no action on the J' hundreds: of sleek cattle roamingthe will be necessary to remove to com-
a 12-4 score.
c T- proposed suit.Copeland I Discussion of seed beds and means plete the fifty miles of diking that
-- chairman of The Forbes and Forbes Pitching Rich heavy growth of grasses will be constructed
as the I I of further beautifying the town will around the south-
board of commissioners of Collier and Catching company supported by be scheduled on the afternoon's around LaBelle, Felda and; Goodnois ern part of Lake Okeechobee. Five-
that combinationof all members of the South Bay team pro- largely responsible for the prime other
county suggested a gram. It is the of the club experimental units are to be
small counties cooperate to have did[ their best to snatch the laurel I to aid the beautification purpose plans of condition of the Hendry roivatv beef. constructed. The United States en-

the suit brought in some court of victory from the Breakers, but it Clewiston and lend assistance in The cattle are looking 1 better: at this gineers are now at work core drillingat
where the smaller counties would could not be done. The Breakers moting the natural beauty of the season than they have at corresponding 1000 foot intervals around the

-'--- gain an equal break, in the testingof broke> away at the start and kept location. seasons for the past sev- southeast side of the lake. The spec-

the gas law. Mr. Copeland was at stacking runs on the score card un- A hearty invitation is being an- eral years. imens taken from the core are on

the time of the meeting of the Hen- till the final inning was played with nounced for all interested to be present At present there is little demand file at the government engineers sub-

dry commissioners appearing before Gene Rier handling the pitching for at the meeting and bring flow- I for cattle to be shipped out of the office here where they will be kept

the board of DeSoto with similar the Clewiston contingent and Alston ers to be entered in the contest. state. The major portion of Florida for inspection by contractors who

i proposals Following his conferencewith I and Blair taking turns at the cath- beef found in the markets of Ft. contemplate filing bids with the

the DeSoto body the Collier! ing. Myers and adjoining towns are Hen- Jacksonville office. The bids will be

county chairman met with High- Lady Luck played for both teams City Proves Mecca dry county cattle, or from Glades, opened at noon on September 15, and

land's county's board, and upon returning -i during the battle and showed no favorites the adjoining county. Prevailing contracts awarded soon afterwards.The .

through LaBelle Tuesday as the ball 'was clouted to the market prices for native beef is first unit of the experimentaldike

night was told of, ttief board's action muddy out-field. For Visiting CatholicsVISITING around $40 per head, delivered in was constructed with dragline

by Chairman Selden L. Stewart. I Pete Wilson, for the locals; Ft. Myers. equipment, using the largest machineof

The Hendry county body acted on chalked up a three bagger for the Orders for car load shipments of this nature ever to work in the

I' suggestions made by county attorney longest hit of the day DIGNITARIES ASSIST Hendry county beef are ordinarily Everglades. The government machinehas

I Roy D. Stubbs, who explained that IN CONDUCTING OPENING given ten or fifteen days ahead of a boom of 100 feet. Smaller drag

due to the proposed Mathews suit a HARLEM NEGRO SCHOOL OPENS SERVICES HERE shipping date; local cattlemen say. lines may be used to advantage on

new action by any small group of WITH 35 ENROLLED The men then "ride the range" se- much of the work.
the smaller counties would A crowded church witnessed the
gain no
lecting the best quality cattle for
The diking location is divided in ., _
immediate hearing. With an enrollment of. 5.2. 'the ne- solemn dedication of_the St., Margaret's shipping These-are''driven-to -load six sections of 1000 feet each locatedat '

." In the discussion by members gro'schoorat"Harlem the outskirtsof I f church Sunday: morning, ing pens either at Goodno or Ortonato points of various soil character

the board it was brought out that under Clewiston, opened Monday for an I when the beautiful new building was await loading date. between Moore Haven and Canal

provisions of the 1931 act Hen- eight months term formally opened for worship. The Point, although the first of the con-

ilIIllt. dry county would gain $120,762.24. weeks as the workers in the cane I building seats approximately two FLORIDA GROCERY CHAIN tracts, those to be let in September,

j This revenue gain includes a benefit fields return to Clewiston. It was, hundred and fifty'and many were OPENS CANAL POINT BRANCH will embrace only work on the six

.,.: of 20042.24 made possibye by stated by those in authority that as forced to stand outside the buildingto miles of diking between Clewistonand

the reduction of the state ad valorem Although the beginning enrollments I witness the blessing of the new Moore Haven. Approximately
Another unit of the B & B grocery
church, the high mass other
tax of nine and one-eighth mills small it is exepcted that additional an parts 400,000 is now available for this
of the service. store was opened in Canal Point Saturday -
1 From statistics prepared by Mr. teachers will be required in a few!I under the management of part of the dike system.
Copeland and submitted with the soon as the enrollment reaches forty' Father F. J. Finnegan. who has
'. P. E. Foster, who is also manager of The government has already: com-
suggestion that counties join in a another teacher will be employed in worked unceasingly for the comple-
the Pahokee unit. pleted core drilling on this location
test suit to try the validity of the the Harlem school. tion of the church building, was assisted -
with specimens taken each 1000 feet
1931 act, it was shown that under in the opening ceremonies by I The location for the new store
Many of the will returnin
negroes and supplemented by probings each
provisions of the 1929 law the small Father Brennan, of Fort Myers, and in the Bryant building, next to the
a few weeks when additional help 100 feet. According to the govern-
counties lost an annual income of Father Carrol of Punta Gorda. Bank of Canal Point. During the
: will needed in the cane fields. and I I
ments proposal giving specificationsfor
; $1,117,944. The 1929 act was con- Twelve Dominican sisters from West past few weeks work has been progressing -
bean picking in a few of the fieldsin work to be done on this con-
; tested by John E. Mathews shortly Palm Beach sang the High Mass. rapidly to make the store as
the bean fields near here. Prepar- struction, the character of soil to
I after it had bee in effect. For the Twenty children received their first I attractive as possible, in keeping
ations are already being made for be encountered is believed to be,
fiscal year ending June 30, 1931 one Holy Communion. Assisting in the 1 with the other units of this Florida
who planted early. In the region
muck, sand, marl and shell or a
cent of the gasoline tax amounted to High Mass and the Benediction were chain of grocery stores.
near Hoowertown small tracts will I mixture.
2306355.32 according to the ,figures be ready for bean harvesting in two Fathers Madden and Staitch, of West Mr. Foster has long been the
i submitted by Mr. Copeland.A Palm Beach. manager of the Pahokee store and
weeks. I
part of the submitted paper Catholics and friends of the is thoroughly capable of conductingthe Jurors For Session

oi showed that under the acts of the Church from the south part of the business of the two ,stores suc-

1931 legislature Hendry county's rev- COUNTY GETS CREDIT lake shore gathered to rejoice in the;I cessfully. I Will Be Selected

enue was estimated as: $91,236 00 FOR $509,000 ROADSROAD completion fo the building, which I ]

from the reallocation of the gasolinetax gives the only house of worship for THOUSAND ATTENDLEGIONNAIRE
on the basis of one cent accordingto Catholics in the large territory extending -i /

population, one cent according to DEPARTMENT COMPLETES from LaBelle; Moore Haven I PICNIC I TO HOLD PRDIE INTERESTAT

area and one cent according to the AUDIT OF HIGHWAY FUNDSON and Lakeport around the south shore I COURT HEARING

amount the county has spent in ROAD SYSTEM to Pahokee. Approximately sixty
i constructing roads that are now a members of the Catholic faith residein I Names of 36 citizens of Hendry

I part of the road system of the state. That Hendry county will be given the territory reached by the BELLE GLADE DRAWS county will be drawn from the jury

From an equal distribution of the credit for approximately $509.000 church. LARGE CROWD box Wednesday by clerk of the cir-

revenues derived from the operationof for its part in construction of state. The church building, beautifully I cuit court W. T. Hull to serve as

race tracks in the state Hendry roads under provisions of the 1931 constructed in Spanish style of white Approximately one thousand peo- members of the grand jury for court

I county will receive an estimated revenue gasoline tax allocation was made stucco is located at the corner of: ple attended the American Legion) which convenes September 21.

of 20,000. From the distribution known early this week by William T. Atlantic and Osceola avenues and is i picnic sponsored as an AllEvergladesaffair Of most prominence of the cases
' by the Belle Glade post of the
1 of the $7,500,000 appropri- Hull, clerk of the circuit court at joined by an attractive seven room i to be presented to the grand jury is
J : ... ated for schools on a teacher-unit LaBelle. This information was given residence of like design which American Legion and given at Fish- the cases connected with the robberyof

: basis $17,433 was stated as the rev- by Mr, Hull following a close of au- ther Finnegan will use as his Fa'I'I eating creek just north of Moore the Bank of Labelle of July 31.
; Sunday.
I enue. dit of the county's highway expenditures dence. I At preliminary hearing last week two
According to Mr. estimate Belle Glade Pahokee,
Copeland's Cars from ,
by the state road department I men, Jim and Hubert Amos, were
Hendry county's total revenue SCHOOL BUILDING PAINTED; Canal Point, South Bay. Lake Harbor held on bonds of $5,000 each and
t The audit was made by F. R.
I plus the benefit made possible by the Clewiston. :Moore Haven, Lake-
Brookman of Orlando and R. R. Roebuck READY FOR OPENING DATE another R. E. Savage on a' $3000
i reduction of state millage of 9 l-8c I port and Palmdale were gathered to in the robbery -
of Stuart who were assigned to bond as being implicated
will be $148,911.24. Hendry county by the department. Work of painting Clewlston's modern -, make the affair one of the largest The two Amos brothers were
I most successful of its kind ever
building was being hearingby
The amount mentioned may be sub- I identified at the preliminary
:FEDERAL INVESTIGATOR ject to minor revision by the state brought to a close this week. Fol- put on in this section.A Cashier A. L. Taylor as being the

ASSIGNED TO FLORIDA officials the auditors said but it is lowing the painting a: general cleaning -' bountiful picnic dinner was two men who entered the bank and

I practically certain that it would approximately up will take place on the groundsso spread at noon and plenty of food escaped with some $6,000 in cash

.. Gainesville. Fla.----Dr. H. P. Traub reach, the half million that when the Clewiston school is, was provided by the hundreds of and ''securities. Three others, who

mark. officially opened on September, 14, families which attended and by do- had been held, were released.
I head of the sub-tropical fruits section
all will be in readiness. nations from merchants and Legion- -
office of horticultural investigations, The audit is being made by the Other cases will be brought to the
The class rooms have been renovated aires.
; United States department of agricul- road department in order to gain accurate f fIn attention of the garnd jury.
and work of painting the
ture, has been assigned to Florida i ii information to be used in the the afternoon a baseball game
i and will conduct research in cooperation distribution of one cent tax accord- auditorium was holding the atten- was played between the teams from ALSTON'S GETS HIGH RATING
tion of the contractors. I
I with the Florida Experiment ing to road construction by the vari- i Clewiston and South Bay. Clewistonwas FROM STATE HEALTH BOARD

: Station cordfng to Dr. Wjlmon ous counties Under provisions of the NEW PAINT AT B&B I the easy victor by a 12-4 score.

. ; Newell director of the station. For 1931 act one cent of the tax is to be II I Perfect weather for the/ picnic Alston's drug store was inspectedthis

the present his experiments will deal divided according to population one Work was completed late yester-: following several days of occasional week by officials of the state

principally with cold storage and cent according to area and another day afternoon of painting the interior showers made the day one long to be board of health and given a high

with Satsumas. He will work out cent according to the counties con- of the Clewiston branch of theB. remembered especially by, the chil- rating for cleanliness and efficiencyof

of Gainesville.Dr. tribution to the present highway & B. groceries. The new paintis dren of the lake region for/whom/ the its drug department. Visits of

Traub, a former horticulturistat system of the state. The figures I following the,color scheme of all affair was especially! planned. Swimming the state health officers are madeto

the Texas station, will begin work showing the area an population are 1 other links in this Florida chain of fishing, outdoor agpes- races Insure drug dispensers of carryingout

.... _.,7 at the Florida station on September already In the handa of the road department groceries, Dean King, local manager, and other amusements -tfere promoted the provisions of the state health

first. officials. said during the day. and drug acts.
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TWO CLEWISTON NEWS hh Iday._August 21, 1031. ,


Tomatoes for Thrift
Published every Friday in Clewiston, Last June living costs were 6.5 Don Lochner, publisher of the

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, per cent lower than in December, and 3 Clermont Press, apologizes for getting -

Inc. 9.8 per cent lower than June of tho out an issue of only four pages

previous year. Food prices dropped while he is setting up the delinquent

Entered as second class matter, nearly 14 per cent in the half year tax list. It's not your fault that the
February I, 1927, at the Post Officeat that ended' in June. l
delinquent tax list is so big, Don,
Clewiston Florida under the Act From the k"
peak prices of June
so why apologize? Here is a standing ,
of March 3, 1897. 1920, to June 1931, the cost of liv- apology for Herald readers that .
ing went down 30.6 per cent. Thus '
vill apply wherever we issue four-
A newspaper devoted to the best a
if the wage earner today is receivingthe
interests of Hendry County, Florida. page number of this paper-we have_
same pay he did in 1920, his net not,
Its leading newspaper. enough advertising, local and -
income is nearly one third greater. foreign, to justify a larger issue and

Subscription rate: per year ....--$2.00( our local merchants can apologizeto

Outside of State of Florida __...$2.50 THE EDITOR EDITS THE MARKET: .% the people of Winter Park for not

having the money to for advertising -
Advertising. rates furnished on ap The editor was busy when he was t r: S because so much local trade
plication. asked: "How are the markets?" The
I goes out of town. There is some
man referred to looked wise and
Business office, Clewiston News,' said: "Young men, unsteady girls, truth; however, in this thought-

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial. and lively and in demand; papas, firm aHOUSEWIVES better local advertisers will make

Advertising, same. but declining; mammas unsettled, better merchandising possible and
hold much trade at home that is now
waiting for higher bids; coffee, con-
Telephone 339 going elsewhere.-Winter Park Her-
siderably mixed; fresh fish, active .

and slippery; eggs, quiet, but expected

GOOD SUGGESTIONFrom to open soon; whiskey still -'- .-- _>

going down; onions, strong; yeast, who have been Even for breakfast, tomatoesare ald.THE
the western state of Ari-
comes I rising; bread stuffs, heavy; boots their shelves useful. In making, an eight- PRINCE THEATRE
,zona a suggestion that is well
and shoes, those on the market are with canned tomatoes, in, these egg omelet, two cups of tomatoes
worth the ,consideration of every soled and constantly going up and days when solid pack tomatoes of drained and poured into tho

other state. down; caps and hats, not so highas fancy grade cost little less than beaten eggs, add to the flavor, and PAHOKEE FLA.
Arizona has Just let a contract for last year, excepting foolscap, one used to pay for the other the juice drained from; them Is a ,

making,automobile license plates for which is stationery tobacco low grades will find ample use for delectable morning drink. A tasty
1932. One provision of this con- and has very them in summer dishes even luncheon dish is Frozen Tomato Always a good show
tendency silver -
tract, and the only one in which we ; though they serve fresh, tomatoes Salad which Is especially good
close, but not close enough to generously. You can probably get served with thin toasted cheese
are interested, Is that it provides that I
get hold of. -Exchange.A more different dishes from tomatoes wafers. Potato salad in tomato
the must be made of Arizona
tags than any other one vegetable aspic is also a nourishing' and Program week Aug. 23
copper. Arizona has a surplus of cop- NEW ENEMY' excepting potatoes. And summer tempting noonday dish.

per, and although the license plates tomato dishes are very different
will not make a sizeable dent in this Florida vegetable growers will from winter ones.
Cold and Colorful Shows 7 and 9
surplus it will do Its small share. need to be on the alert against a For example, chilled tomato Daily p.m.

This move on Arizona's part is new enemy of their crops. soup::, should be served often on
Here is a new tomato delicacy
a step in the right direction. It shows The vegetable weevil, a new hardy, the summer me'nu, because while you will like: .
they are a delicacy as far as tasteis Sunday and MondayAugust
strong flying insect which has
that the state is doing all it can to a
concerned, the vitamins they Frapp&l Tomatoes*. Remove the
and stimulate its local healthy appetite for a wide variety of
encourage ma-
contain are a real essential to paper from an 8-ounce can of 23, 24
jor industries and continue the pay common garden crops is spreading in health. Tomato bisques are also tomato sauce and immerse in a GEORGE O'BRIEN.-LOUISE HUNT-

rolls of these industries in Arizona.In the Southern states and is known to excellent for a first course of '.mixture of ice and salt for four INGTON

this age of over production, the occur in California, the United meals consisting of cold meats and hours (or freeze in your auto- In J

suggestion seems to be a sound one, States Department of Agriculture re salads. And tomato cocktails bid matic refrigerator). Remove top

and one well worth the considerationof ports. fair to be more popular than ever from can and slice the frozen

other states, who may find meansof This weevil is a small grayish- this summer, since so many new mold. Slice thin and lay in beds "Fair Warning"Story

encouraging industries in their brown beetle about a third of an recipes have been devised for of shredded lettuce. Serve with I
own boundaries. inch long. It was first found in Stons concocting them. the meat course. of a youth who fought for revenge -

county, in Mississippi, in 1922. and found Romance"

LET'S GO, FLORIDA Since then it has spread to many I Also i

counties in that state as well as to Florida of 81 Years Ago Presents "THE LOVE PUNCH" FOX NEWS

Opportunity constantly and repeat- Louisiana, Alabama and Florida, and I r
edly knocks upon each man's door, in! 1926 Contrast With State
was discovered in the vicin- Striking Today Tuesday Wednesday
bidding him to come forth and en- ity of San Jose, Calif. r

joy,life in all its fullness. The pest is a hardy flyer and --- I August 2:), 26 .,

The trouble with most people is this makes it Dade rus,. Hernando and Pasco counties GARY'
difficult to control its County Boasted 159 COOPER ADOLPH MENJOU;
that, he or she is never ready to respond spread. Some of the plants which it in 1850 was Benson county. Fort IN

to the opportunity offered. attacks Inhabitants To Foot Clinch on the Withlacoochee, is i,
are turnips, cabbage, collard,
Life'is like a race-the contestantsare carrot shown on the map as in Levy'county "MoroCo"f I
mustard spinach, beet chard List in PopulationA f
here there and still retained its
everywhere, required radish, potato, tomato, lettuce onions and'this community :
to line up-each year, each name as the name of a school until -
parsely, parsnip, chickweed G
month, each day each hour, each mallow glimpse of Florida 81 years ago, a short time ago when it was con- DIETRICH r
pigweed, dock and milk this- when the state had
a total popula- Also
moment.We tle. solidated with the Inglis school district -
tion of 87, 445 and, there was not "LOVE IN THE SUBURBS"
all stand in line, and await the Arsenical in southern Levy county.
poisbns: control the
a daily
word of the starter-of Father Time insect but in newspaper within its boundaries Florida in 1850 had only 69 public UNIVERSAL NEWS
crops as is
who yells to all-"Ready!" the given in an old geography, schools?, employing 73 teachersand
of involves
use poison an elementof
published H.
They have let golden moments ,fly by Cowperthwaite & Co. with 1678 pupils. The annual and
danger. Poisoned bran bait
as Philadelphia. Thursday Friday
The book is
away when they should have been used for- cutworms is partially effective now public school expense was 22386. .,
possession of W.
preparing themselves. during May and June.- county. B. Coulter of Levy There were 34 academies, employing August 27, 28 / L-:;

Readiness is present fitness, secured Miami Herald. teachers and having 1251 pupils, ANN HARDING MARY ASTOR (
by past preparation, learningand The book was printed in 1856 but with an annual income of $13,089.! EVERETT HORTON

training through the exercise, of the figures contained in it as wellas The state had one public library with IN

your thoughts, and purposes, dili- Dairy OpportunitiesIn other data are set forth as being' 300 volumes and two church and I

gently and daily applied to present of 1850. There were, at that time. school libraries with 860 volumes. "Holiday"You ;

opportunities, with prompt and accurate Florida Equal To 28 counties in the state and one Florida was a temperate state ac- I
short railroad running between Tal- remember EDWARD EVERETT
thinking, based upon your cording to the figures on wine manu- E
own :honest efforts, supplementedby Those of ElsewhereGainesville lahassee and St. Marks. Ten weekly facture which show that only 10 HORTON in "LONELY WIVES" I
Don't miss this of human
newspapers were published in thel story
study and learning, so that you require gallons of wine were manufafc-
punctuality, fine and finished Fla, -Dairy opportunity slate, their combined circulation I tured in the state that year. folks, humanly presented picture

habits and a keyed up spirit to make in Florida is not only greater amounting to 319,800 copies a year. The citrus industry had not yet tl.!at;; will quicken your pulse and

the than it has ever been but Leon county, in which was situatedthe give you a new slant on life.
dash forward, when you hear the speaking obtained its start, as the products

word "Ready," or see the oppor- conservatively, it, is as great as it is capitol, ranked at the head of the of groves and orchards in the year Also
anywhere else C. A. Cobb editor of list of 28 counties for population.The .
tunity. were valued at only $1280. 'and "FROZEN FACES" FOX NEWS
Get ready now-be ready-fall in The Progressive Farmer and Southern total population of Leon at that market gardens $8721. I

line. Are you ready? If so, "ReadyGo Ruralist, recently stated in an time was 11,442. At the foot of' the There were 349.049 acres of farm
address before the Florida State list of counties according to inhabi- SaturdayAugust
Now you are off. lands with a value of $6,323,109.

If you have a daily plan, if you Dairymen's Association meeting here tants, was Dade whose entire popu- There were 10,848 horses in the 29

have done your work in a systematicand during the annual Farmer's Week at lation only totalled 159 persons. It state, 5,002 mules 72,826 milk v

orderly way, If you have done it the University. In part, he 'said: is claimed that in the earlier days cows. 5794 oxen, 182,415 hogs all HOOT GIBSON in

thoroughly and intelligently, as sug- "Butterfat in Florida is bringing of Dade's history there were only valued at $2,880,058.MY .

gested above in getting'ready, then one-and-a..third times what dairy two white men in the county who "Spurs""Ride

men in the Middle West receiving took ,turn in attending the sessionsof
you will be one of the winners in the are NEIGHBORI 'em Cowboy!" You'll cry.
races of life. for theirs. The long haul from the legislature.
take no thought of neighbor'sbirth And you'll thrill to this all-talking
Start today. Florida offers a thou- what we 'now regard as the great population of Hillsboro countyis my thrilled be-
sand opportunities. Be ready to se- dairy regions is an advantage of incalculable given'as 2,377 at that early time. Western as jou've never
economic Madison county, according to the Or the way he makes his prayer; fore.
cure some of her prizes. The race ,
old book comprised all the territory I grant him a white man's place on Also
is yours-you can win. Ready! Go! particularly so long as Florida is in
"Let us seize, friends, our oppor- the market for some $25,000,000worth between the Georgia state line and earthIf Beginning: this Saturday "FINGER

tunity from the day as it passes," of dairy products that are not the gulf. Since then the counties of his game is on the square.If PRINTS" follows "THE INDIANS

said Horace. And, "A man preparedhas grown at home, as is the case at the Suwanee, Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie he plays straight, I'll call him ARE COMING.: A serial of Detective -

half fought ,the battle," said moment. The fact that Florida has from a point in Madison county and mate, life.
Cervantes.-Winter Park Herald. no winters, no tuberculosis, no rea- Lake City was known then as Alligator. If he cheats I'll drop! him flat-

son for expensive outlay of equip- I There were both Little and Big All rant but this is a worn-out ]lie, Chapter No. 1 OSWALD

HIGHWAY BEAUTIFYING ment, that she can have pastures "Suwanee rivers shown, the Little For each clean man is as good as I, "FINGER PRINTS" CARTOON -

ASSURED from Suwanee extending into Georgia And a king is no more than that V
Christmas to, Christmas, and ,, __... ,
-The Rotarian. L"" oI<'< L' '"r.U ?' ;:; -"""' ''' ::r.: '- -"" i
can grow an abundance of feed, from a point in Madison county and r .
In the turmoil of tax agitation dur- places the Florida dairyman in a position the Big Suwanee running from this I

ing the recent legislative sessions, avery to show continuous profit and point to the Gulf. Micanopy and j

important measure was passed Newnanville were the only towns in 1PAGE
progress if he measures up to his
over with scant attention on the part opportunity as a manager." Alachua county. PPtRE CLEAR $ LlD

of the public. He further commented that the Orange county extnded from the

This was senate BUt- 118X which, cattle tick, the greatest menace to Marion county line to the Atlantic

provides authority for the state, road the industry, is rapidly being crowded and Mellonville was the principal i

department for county commissionersand : town in Orange. This was approxi- ,
off the Florida map. The state for municipal authorities to use' has always suffered the handicap of mately where Sanford is now. Fort

road and street funds for beautification. -: poor producing cows, which have King and Orange Lake were towns in

The expense is to be chargedto i proven expensive and profitless Marion county. Jacksonville was the ,

upkeep. t However, there are dairy herds in only town in Duval county.,

Wording of the bill is such that ,it! the state with cows as good as can The Territory now covered by Cit- .;

Includes "the beautification of highways be found. No greater tribute can be :.y ,.y. '..,:.

; roads and streets by the restoration paid to the progress of dairy thinking ; \_ _

planting, replanting seed- in the state, he said, than to 666LIQUID cTA :
Ing and reseeding of grasses, plants point to the fact that more than 2- :

shrubs root-stocks and trees, and the 000 elected Jersey cows along with OR TABLETS

maintenance of same along the road- the: finest of other breeds, were I.

sides of all highways, roads and brought into the state last year, Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In e
streets. along with many good bulls. At the 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first

This is a great step forward for same time over 2,000 acres of perm- day, and checks Malaria in threeJa3'8. DEPARTMENT "

" '. our highway beautificationists and anent pastures were seeded. In these y 7 I
when times C -
improve COMPANY
the real value
two moves a solid foundation is being -

of-this bill will be highly appreciatedL.grburg laid under; the dairy industry of 666 Salve for Baby's Cold .0
the state,

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t Friday, August 21, 1031. : CKCWBTON NEWS PAGE THREEPersonal

9a it73titat 1II?1Dr t Constable E. B. Butler spent people, and prayed to God .
always.He I And as I began to speak, the
> g Wednesday in West Palm Beach on unba!, 'cbooI1Le5 saw in 'a vision an angel of I Holy Ghost fell on them, as on us

MentionL. i business. God saying Cornelius. And at the beginning.For .

he said *What is it, Lord. And
Miss Pat Dolan returned as much then as God gave
Monday on he said *
Thy prayers and thine them the like
from gift as he did untous
week-end visiting
spent alms are come up for a memorial be-
C. who believed on the Lord Jesus -
Sturgess spent Sunday inff friends in Miami.
fore God.
r FOR AUGUST 23 And now send to Joppa
1931 Christ
Cocoa. ; what was I that I could
and call for one Simon, whose' sur- withstand God?
Subject Gospel for All Men.
Mrs. George Augur and daughter name is Peter. He shall tell thee
Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Alston spent Gene, left yesterday for Jackson Golden Text: "There is no differ- what thou oughtest to do." When they heard these things

.' Wednesday in Miami. ville for a week's visit. ence between the Jew and the Greek they held their peace, and glorified
They found Peter who went with
for the same Lord over all is rich them and God saying, Then hath God also -
preached to Cornelius and
Joe Cato of Miami is spendinga Mrs. Claude Dawns, manager of unto all that call upon him."Rom. his friends, who were converted and to the Gentiles" granted repen-
few the Watanabe Hotel, returned Sat- 10:12. tance unto life.
days here visiting friends. received the Holy Spirit. The strict
urday from Jacksonville, where she Lesson Text: Acts 11:5-18. Jews The great truth in the lesson was
members of the Church of
Mrs. C. S. Presley is visiting had been for a week.. Time and Places of Lesson: A. D. Jerusalem heard of this visit of Pe- spoken by Peter Acts 10: 3435)"I

friends in Fort Myers this week -.- 40; Joppa Caesarea Jerusalem. ter to Cornelius and were Indig- perceive that God is no respecter -
Miss Boncile Stone returned to Introduction: Peter was a Jew: of persons: But in every nationhe
saying "Thou
wentest in to
", her duties in the First Bank of with the Jewish view toward all that feareth him, and worketh
Mr. and Mrs.C.. L. Adams were: men uncircumcised, and didst eat
Clewiston, after having spent a Gentiles. Cornelius an officer righteousness, is accepted with
Sunday visitors in West Palm Beach., in with them. But Peter rehearsed the -
brief vacation Lakeland with
the Roman A Centurian
relatives. army. was a'i matter, saying," Then follows the:
Mrs C. P. Rankin was a business captain, or officer, over a century printed lesson for today: ,

visitor in West Palm Beach Wednesday I a company of 100 Roman soldiers.A .
"I was in the city of Joppa
Tornadoes Cause of short time before this lesson there pray- The Clewiston
ing; and in a trance I saw a vision Laundry
was Joppa a disciple named Ta-
C.. V. Parkinson was a visitor in bitha, or Dorcas who had done many as it had been a great sheet let
More Damage Than near and it to
; came even me:
Daytona Beach' for a few days this good deeds toward the needy. She
I considered and fourfootcd
week. became sick and died. The apostle 4EtP
Tropical HurricanesThe beasts of the earth* and wild 1 ,
Peter healed a man named Aeneas at
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green have Lydda (a town between Joppa and beasts, and creeping things and You

returned home after a month's va fact that tornadoes cause a Jerusalem) "and all that dwelt at fowls, of the air. $1 4RT

cation. much greater. aggregate loss of life Lydda saw him (Aeneas), and turn- And I heard a voice saying unto

in the United States than do tropical ed toward the Lord." When Dorcas me, Arise, Peter, slay and eat.

Claude Padgett, of Venice, was a storms is pointed out by A. J. Mitchell died her friends sent to Lydda for But I said, Not so Lord; for

guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crosby and M. R. ,Ensign in their bul- Peter, and he went with them to nothing common nor unclean hath

Saturday.Miss letin on the climate of Florida pub- Joppa. When he came to the house at any time entered my mouth. A

lished by the Florida Experiment sta where Dorcas lay dead, he kneeled But the voice answered me again

Marcie Avant and Joe Cato tion. Mr. Mitchell is meterologist of: down and prayed. and turning him : from heaven What God hath cleansed -

I were visitors in West Palm Beach the weather bureau at Jacksonvilleand I to the body said 'Tabitha, arise.' that call not thou common. Let our washing and ironing-

Saturday.Mrs. Mr. Ensign is truck and horticul- And she opened her eyes and when And this was done three times '
give soft shirts
turist at the Experiment station. i she saw Peter, she sat up.' And he and all were drawn up again into your collated
R. A. Shaw, of Venice has "The tornadoes of the west and presented her alive to the Saints. heaven. the dressed up appearance that

been the guest of Mrs. T. B. Shelley central-west, affecting relatively And Peter 'tarried many days in And behold there were three men you like 'so well.
week. small areas' are far more numerous Joppa with one Simon, a tanner. A already come unto the house whereI You'll notice the difference.

and, in the'matter of aggregate loss tanner's business was to tan the hidesof was, sent from Ceasarea unto me.
D. C. Gorman, of Lakeport, was a Perfect Snow :White laundering -
of life as compared with the mortal- animals and make leather of And the Spirit bade no go with
business visitor in Clewiston Thurs-
day morning.Mrs. ity from tropical storms in the U. S. them. Such a business was to the them, nothing doubting Moreover, of every article.

sustain a ratio of about 10 to 1" Jews "unclean" because it required these six brethren accompanied in1

: contact with dead bodies." into the man's house.
say the authors. "The field of activ-
R. L. Saxon and family of CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
Moore Haven were visitors in Clew- ity of the tropical storm is chiefly Caesarea was built by Herod the And he shewed us how he had

iston Tuesday. marine, that of the' tornado largely Great dn the shore of the Mediterranean :; seen an angel in his house, which inc.EL .

continental." Sea thirty miles north of stood and said unto him, Send men PASO, AVE.& SAN BONITA ST.

Ralph O'Neal and Robert Crouch According to the authors, most of Joppa. to Joppa, and call for Simon, whose

j were business visitors in Jacksonville the tropical storms have their originin I J I The tenth chapter of Acts tells surname is Peter. CLEW/STON fLORDA'your

j Wednesday.A. the doldrums, just north of the of Cornelius "A devout man, Who shall tell thee words, where

equator, and most often near the and one that feared God with all by thou and all thy house shall be Sn' p

W., Sias, assistant postmaster time for the summer solstice. Sep- his house, which gave alms to the saved.

was transacting business in West tember and October are the monthsof

Palm Beach Tuesday.Mr. greatest storm activity; storms occur -

frequently in July and August
and Mrs. Charles Barker and
and rarely in November.
children, of Frostproof visited
While it is stated that high winds
friends here Sunday.
may be expected, particlarly on the
Sheriff J. J. Wiggins, of Glades coast, during the late summer and

county was a visitor in Clewiston early autumn, tropical storms need

for a ,short time Monday. not be feared every year in Florida.It .
is only at infrequent intervals that

Miss Elsie Hare returned Monday storms of severe intenity strike Y

from Miami, where she had been Florida. Most of the storms originating -

visiting friends for a week. in the doldrums are spent in the

Atlantic Ocean, and some of them

Jj Mrs. E. D. Butler had as her strike and do more damage at pointson 1

l.4 guests Monday, Mrs. Pete Wilson the Atlantic coast north of Flor-

and daughter, of Moore Haven.Dr. da.PATHE'S.

M. D. Waldron returned Mon-1 1 \\

day from a short wedding "HOLIDAY"CALLED \

various points of interest in the !

Glen Etherton
to Clew-
Outstanding in every respect a,I
l.1 iston Tuesday from vacation
a trip
' massive production with a story :
to Pittsburg and other the
points in which for tenseness and human interest ,
'f-I' has seldom been told on the !

dialogue screen, and every character -
) Mrs. H. A. Knight and daughter, played by a thorough stage artist, .

ft Ruth, of Fort Myers, are visiting in the Pathe picture, "Holiday," which Learn what a difference .'

Clewiston as guests of Mrs. Charlie comes to the Prince theatre on

Myers. Thursday and Friday next, doubtlesswill

\' --- be acclaimed as being perhapsthe six cylinders make .
F I' Miss Beatrice Kettle left the ear ,-
finest comedy-drama of high so-
' ly part of the week to spend a
' ciety and wealth ever filmed.'
month's vacation with her parents in :
J Sophistication and smartness-
Ohio. i Step oat of any other low-priced car into a Chevin smoothness '
these are the terms that truly de-
rolet,and learn the difference six cylinders make.
scribe the charm and scintillation ,
r ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelly and '
that marks scene of "Holiday." "Idle" the the whole remains "
every engine-and car quietness .
f Mrs. R. A. Shaw and J. A. Plunkett "
attended the show in Pahokee Sunday Set in a background of Fifth ave- steady. Open the throttle-the power flows eicnly. ,. ',.

;i. night. nue mansion of unlimited wealth, a Accelerate-throttle down-:-go fifteen or fiftyflexibilitr.y .,;.

most gripping story is developedwith and this smoothness stays with you \" you .

r H. M. 'HUm hrey: Dell Jordan and intelligence and savoir faire. do. It's actually built into the motor-and ','
J. C. E. West of The brilliant dialogue of Philip Bar- handling ease
, High Springs, were objectionable vibration never even starts
I., transacting business in Clewiston ry's stage success, has been retainedin

this week.C. the screen version almost in its Yet smoothness is only one of many six-cylinder riding eonsfortdependability _,

entirety. advantages. There's greater quietness, because .

D. Bever, of Fort Myers, one of Five stage players of great promi- noisy vibration is gone. There's greater comfort,

the owners of the B. and B. Cash nence are featured-Ann Harding, because built-in smoothness doesn't tire you out.

Grocery, was a visitor in Clewiston Mary Astor, Edward Everett Horton, I There's greater flexibility, because the power- ?

i.i' Tuesday. Robert Ames and Hedda Hopper. impulses of a six overlap. And a six is much easier economy ,
ft> Others in the excellent cast are Elizabeth -,
to handle!
.. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tidwell and Forrester, Hallam Cooley ,.

daughter left Tuesday for Tampa Monroe Owsley, William Holden, If you raise the hood of a Chevrolet and watch the long life :?

where they will visit friends for Creighton Hale and :Mabel Forrest. engine running smoothly, you'll realize that <

two weeks. The picture was superbly directed by six cylinders also mean greater dependability.And ,.2f
Edwin H. Griffin under the super-
1 J. B. Parker ,of Fort Myers, trans- vision of E. B. Derr. remember when you do-that no other car is

acted business here Tuesday morn ---- ----- so economical to operate as the Chevrolet Six. \. "

ing. In the afternoon Mr. Parker ASSESSMENT
enjoyed a game of golf on the local DRAINAGE ROLL O.' DISTRICT EVERGLADES Twenty beautiful models,at prices ranging $475 to $675 .,

course. \- Ml prices /.o. b. Flint, Mich., spactal equipment extra. Low ctcliperwi price* and ..
NOTICE IS I EREBY GIVEN Thatin easy C. M .4. C term ':
Mr. and Mrs.Gene Powers, of Ve- accordance with the provisions ol
nice, were visitors in Clewiston Sun- Section 48 of Senate Bill 332, regular
session of 1931. the Secretary of Ever-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Powers are for- glades Drainage District has preparedan .
mer residents of Clewiston.C. assessment roll for said District for .
the year 1931. which said assessmentroll .
is on file In the office of the Boardof
__ S. Woodham left Wednesday Commissioners of Everglades DraIn-
to take up his residence in West the age City District.of West No. 3 Palm Olivia Beach.Building Florida.in wee your dealer below

Palm Beach, where he is employed I Board of Commissioners of Ever-

.', by H. A. Livingston Company.M. lades Drainage District will meet at
10 o'clock In the forenoon upon the
first day of September. 1931, for the
W. White, of Lake Wales, has purpose of hearing complaints and ob- Clewiston Motor Co.'II
been stationed here as telegraph jections to the contents of such' assess .
ment roll and the method. and mannerof
operator for the A. C. L. Railroad. preparing the same.

Mr. White is taking the place made Dated at West Palm Beach. Florida
upon the 13th day of August ,1931.
vacant by the transfer of W. A. 1
BEN IIERR Secretary.
Freeman who has been sent to Lake Everglades Drainage District.
Wales Cl August 14, 21 28

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PAGE FOUR CLEWISTOX NEWS; Friday August, L 21, 1931.

He's the personification of optimism, Mixed MetaphorA stallment I forgot to pay.
Raiford State Farm Believes in his finny mesmerism, L I A Touring Basso J 11 mother listening to tho evening

AND prayer of her sleepy little daughterwas He Knew
Aids In Propagating SOMETIMES HE GETS 'EM.-Ex- __ I astonished and amused to hear
Auto Salesman: "Jones just triedto
change. the following:
make me believe that he's driven
and Pheasants "Now I to sleepI
Quail lay me down
his flivver for five years and never I",.
TALKING SCREEN FINDS ITS pray the Lord my soul to keep, ,
paid a cent for repairs. Do you be- \
VOICE OF LOVE. IN THE When he hollers let him go, '
# 3 lieve that?
QUAIL LOVE DRAMA "MOROCCO"The Ii Ee'nie, meenie ,
miny mo.
INCREASE WHILE PHEASANTS Garage Man: "I'll say I do. I made
Brave Girl
> "
MAKE SCANT PROGRESSThe talking screen has found its He-We're coming to a tunnel the repairs.

voice of love in "Morocco," In \\hich are afraid? Conditions
you ;Improved Crop
at the
quail breeding pens Gary Cooper Marlene Dietrich and I
She-Not if you take that cigar
State Game Farm at Raiford wen Adolphe Menjou will be seen at the 'I I out of your mouth. Tourist-How is your apple crop
increased for the present season from Prince: Theatre, starting Tuesdayfor this year?
35 to 75 into which 75 pairs of choice two days. At frequent ntt"'lvalsthe AppropriateShe Farmer Brown-Fine! the high-

breeding stock carried over from the motion industry produces a 'u- way past my orchard is closed
hand raised birds of the previous per-picture, one achieving the rare : "What would you do if I
year were placed to furnish the eggs combination of power, sweep, artis- should cry?" :Models Change

for the present season's hatch. Tc try and universal appeal "Morocco"is He: "I'd hang out a sign, 'WetPaint' I thought said r
Lougumia-I you
date, more than 1500 chicks have such a picture. It's the greatest ." Hortense married a man who would
been taken from the incubators tc "
love drama since "The Sheik.
model husband. Now she is
the runs. Many of these' are large "Morocco" is a story of a turbu- 1 He Probably Got Burt make getting a a divorce.PudingaWell.

enough for release. There that is every will, lent, fierce, all-consuming love; of } "Willie," said the Sunday school he turned out to
indication that the per cent a man and a woman swept into a
In this I teacher, severely, "you shouldn't talk be a sport model.
reach maturity will b large.
maelstrom of emotions which neitherof
last ,.., like that to your playmate. Had you
made -1
respect the statement was tl;; A- ]
them desires and neither can re ever thought of heaping coals of fire The Modest One
season but the plant and its superin sist. Love is from their I
wrung LFRED GLENN, basso, has on his head?"
tendent, T. W. Shuler, who had W She: "The man I marry must be
hearts, actually torn from them, and just returned from Europe "No ma'am, I hadn't, but it's a
charge of the poultry plant maintained the compelling dramatic direction of where he was heard in the leading paach of an idea!" brave as a lion, but not forward;
at the state farm at Raiford, this production sweeps all who tee capitals as soloist and In the quar- handsome as Apollo, but lot con-
in the class with plants making high it along with the master theme. tet made up of himself, Lewis Such Is Life ceited; wise as Solomon, but meek as
est records on per cent of birds James, tenor; James Melton, tenor; a lamb a man who is kind to every !
brought to maturity. This season's and Elliott Shaw, baritone. As a She: "Why so thoughtful, dear?" woman, but loves only one." !

output will be more than double ReviewNEW member of the General Motors I He: "I have one dollar over this He: "By Jove! How lucky we
State News i
Quartet, and as a soloist, Glenn will
that of the previous season, and the week and can't remember, which in met!"
be, heard Monday nights on the I
per cent it is believed, will be equally : radio during the summer months. -
as good. Last year the demand I BANK AT MIAMI: Glenn's rendItion of such continu- i iIIIIIIIIIIIIII
for these hand raised birds, at fan ously popular numbers as "Ole ManRiver. i
cy prices, exceeded the supply. Al- The Florida National Bank and "Old Black Joe" and in
rtady, inquiries for this season's out Trust company opened for businessIn humorous songs has given him an I I
enthusiastic air audience. He and
put are being received. Effort is Miami Monday in the old banking I
his organization frequently have : -
made to keep the plant on a house of the City National bank. /- I
being .
been heard on concert tours of the . I
". ,
self-sustaining basis. The new institution Is '. one of a United States with Will Rogers and : r. -" < I
The covey of Hungarian Part group operating all over Florida under other leading entertainers. The '.

ridges at the farm, placed there late the ownership of the Alfred I. block print is the work of L. L. '':0''.. ,,;..,, -. '!'. "r; ; ". ,:......... ;, _,.. .-r." ,":-.-.'._-' -' .,'
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last year have been poor layers to Dupont Interests. A Jacksonville Balcom, well known New York I : : <': ." c'; ,}., ..- :::.; < .: 1"J J

date. They were taken in te wild banker is president of the Miami artist. : .

and are untamed. From 100 Florida institution. He has had wide i I .

quail eggs exchanged for the 100 experience in the banking bus- Samoset, is not obtainable elsewherein t I

Hungarian partridge eggs, with the iness in this state, and the backing of the country. Samples were sent to

owner of an estate in Germany, a the Dupont interests assures officials in Washington and the ma- I
hatch of 75 chicks was obtained. strength and integrity to the new terial was chosen over other types i

There is a nice brood of 65 five-week bank. offered for the buildings. The stone

old chicks, that are seemingly con- will be used largely for trimming You Never See
tent with the result. Eggs from the FEDERAL BUILDING STONE purposes. Things I
'. have been distributed i
flock of pheasants QUARRIED AT BRADENTONA I i I

.. to cooperators throughoutthe STATE PARDON BOARD TO MEET, I>

state, only enough being retainedfor quarry is being opened by Miz-

use at the farm to keep up a ner Industries, Inc., a Palm Beach The state board of pardons will 1 1I

stock of breeders. The turkey pens concern on a large tract of land on r meet in Tallahassee the week of October I f

give promise of a flock of Bulletin.500 for the Ellenton-Gillete road north of I 12th to hear requests for par-: A crowd of Loaters Playing
the season. -State Game Bradenton and a crew of men has ,
dons and clemency from prisoners of
been put to work removing overburden -
DESOTO FARMER LIVES preparatory to the mining of the state. The hearing is a regular i ri; Checkers in Front of A Business -

AT HOME, CUTS COSTS stone. seminnual meeting, and has been I I '

FINDS THAT IT PAYS Material to be used in the con- postponed from September 15th, the,,II i
That Advertises in The
struction of new post office buildingsin customary date to October 12th. A
Another instance where living at Key West and Lake City will betaken large number of petitions are always I I I .

home has paid a Florida farmer was from the quarry. The stone is received by the board at every meeting -] Clewiston News.

brought to my attention last week at a limestone formation that is said to ;' and nearly a thousand applica- ,
Farmer's Week. Mr.: A. D. Turner of be new to the trade and which like tions are expected to be presented in. !I i I

Arcadia made a radio talk on "mak- the: travertine now being mined at Ii
ing a living off of a Florida farm." !IiI''! t'?
He started on 60 acres of raw land October."e I' Nor A Prospective Customer
_.... .. ._......
near Arcadia 16 years ago, and has --- - - - - -..-. ro.r,. ,,. .' I 5

made a good living, enjoyed it, and f J, I Ii i 3'A Who Does Not Read Your
his children the advantagesof
has given ;
a high school education."We i TAMPA- I''Ii'

have 20 acres in citrus, use y 1 ''Ii Message When It Is Brought

about three acres for truck crops and :;): "THe Convenient Center" I:

about 12 acres for field crops and y X I To Him The Best Advertising
general farming," he said. "We keep l.I'fI of =: i Through

- only cows sufficient to supply the f f I

family with milk and butter. We > Medium in The Ever- E
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raise about 20 head of hogs, provid- FLORIDA ; ;: i !

ing our own meat, both fresh nnd .f j ... I
cured, and have some to sell. We + glades.
have a pair of good mules a truck, f.s.t 't., I
to successfully fc X
and machinery necessary
work the farm. And we havp a vv I I Ii

comfortable, modest home, and shel- .':. .1
ter for the stock and equipment. :

"While citrus has been our chief X III i The ClewistonNew i I

money crop, in the main our Idea has

been to produce on the farm, as nearas + W 1 I

we possibly could, all of the things y .1 I '
that we needed. We have kept X X i' I '
enough chickens to provide eggs and 1 ). I IIri!, < I III

.meat for the family. We have to buy: II, -I f fi

very:Mr.little Turner feed.said" that they produce f v y y y y i ; :,- I\" ; .. '_'-'1'.1; ; .1 I

vegetables and small fruits for serving v v r i: ..:. :- .'-' I' ."'.. '. .... I II

fresh and for canning serve in ? !
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.; seasons of scarcity. Crops have v ,. .' I ,
been rotated in a way to provide a I I I II

constant supply, as nearly as possible X I. I I

; plantings of seed a few weeks .? OFFICIAL. A. A. A. HOTEL $:;: I II
apart have prolonged the seasons : tA L1r lillllllllllll } !!IIIIIIIIIII: I;:>IIIIIIIIIIIIIII \\S;>IIII"lIIIIII! II"IIIIIIII" I"IIIIIIIIIIIfIIlIIIIIIIIII.J! 111111111IIIII 4'
for vegetables. .

'% The every Turner opportunity family takes to cut advantageof expensesand s: HOTEL HILLSBORO I=i iTampa's = I !

I c : .er.-te; : 't:' : -t: !C-t-e:: -fX
save time. They plant sugar cane Largest Hotel .:. H Ii
fall and beans potatoes -
in the plant or **
s. s Going
in the same rows, using plentyof J
fertilizer. The beans or potatoes ,+; Central-Fireproof-Steam heat Radios-Home _tA, et TYBEE or JACKSONVILLE: BEACH? j I

mature before the cane gets much :s: like Atmosphere-Large Airy Rooms-Spacious X:;: I
size and when one crop is cultivated ;; 4; a STOP AT J
; Lobby-\'Iezzanine and Out-door BalconyBarber I f fla
without ;
the other Is too, A
added expense. Editor. Agricultural :;: Shop-Beauty Parlor-Battle Creek, Turkish A: HOTEL SAVANNAH

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The fisherman riseth up early in x "TOP 0' THECafeteria TOWN" { Dining : Jacksonville, Fla. I
the morning and disturbeth the Roof Garden ;
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Very late In the evening he re-

turneth smelling of strong drink. .i. I *2.50 to f6EUROPEAN I We invite you to I t6 to S9 [ .+ MOST CEXTRAL LOCATIOXS 1
And the truth is not in him. :; live at the AMERICAN $; RATES
He sweareth never to go again. :s: L. B. SKINNER. Pte, HILLSBOROTelephone : WITHOUT BATH Sl.GO UP ti
BUT .; C. J. JACKSON Mer 1# WITH BATH $2.50 UP i
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