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: August 28, 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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00333
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Confer of America Where Industry and

New Sugar BowL I [ Agnctdtare Meet.

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Max. Min. Rain Temperature Ma.x.lin.:: Rain
Temperature Fall Session Jurors
TO BE GATHERED Monday.............. 89 70 Monday............... 89 71- WITH 51 COUNTIESIN

Tuesday ..........__ 90 75 Tuesday............. 90 78
Wednesday ........88 73 Thirty-six names were drawn from Wednesday ........90 72 I
HERE NEXT WEEKFIRST Thursday........... 90 70 the jury box Wednesday morning by Thursday -........... 90 73 DEFENSE OF TAX

Friday..............91 70 clerk of the circuit court, W. T. Hullto Friday ........_.......92 75 I
Saturday...........94 69 serve as grand jurors at the fall Saturday...........90 76
TO BE PICKED IN GLADES Sunday .........__.....' 94 71 term of the court which opens in La- Sunday -............. 90 75 I $15,000 FUND RAISED ON PRO-

READY FOR SHIPPING; Rainfall for week .................... 0.00 Belle, September 21. Rainfall for week .................... .00 RATA BASIS TO FIGHT

MARKET GOOD Previous rainfall .................... 22.19 The names drawn are: W. T. An- Previous rainfall .................... 25.27 FOR VALIDITY
drews, M. B. Bigg, H. A. Bestor A.
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Harvesting of the first string Representatives of Hendry
Rainfall to. date _..................... 22.19 J. Carr, Leland R. Crews C. L. Rainfall to date ................ 25.27 with county
beans to take place in the Evergladesis DanielsTom ) joined 27 other south Florida
Downs, Paul Deame Robert
scheduled to begin about the smaller counties in Sebring Saturday
middle of next week on the 20 acre to adopt resolutions calling for the
tract of W. C. Hooker six miles INTO LARGER BUILDINGThe Hackett Frank L. Hutchinson, ..W. C. MOVED TO PALM BEACH employment of addition counsel to

west of Clewiston II Hooker. assist Cary D. Landis attorney general -
During the next week about five Clewiston Cafe, pioneer cafe L. M. Jennings, jr., H. G. Jones, Books, papers, and other recordsof in defending the validity of the
acres of the tract will be ready for lof this city is to open tomorrow in J. Kettl R. M. 'Luckey, T. E. Miller, the Everglades Drainage District 1931 gasoline tax distribution act.
picking and an unusually good mar-]{a new location, formerly occupied by C. E. :Miner, R. J Moon T A Markette will be moved from their present location At a meeting in Gainesville Wednes-

ket is being expected for such early the Clewiston Furniture company on Roscoe N. Miller, William C. Owen, in Tallahassee to West Palm day'25 other counties of the northern
produce. Markets of the east and I Sugarland Highway. The personnel Edwin O'Bannon. Allen G. Powell, Beach, A., W. Young, recently named and western portion of the state helda
west coast of the state have not been of the cafe will remain the same, under C. F. '''Pascher, Lindsey Stallings, J. general manager of the district said I similar meeting and banded with

able to purchase a sufficient quantity the management of A. Toulis L. Seebold, T. B. Shelley. upon assuming his duties. the south Florida counties to make
of beans for their local trade, it, and H. A. Mocka.s. 'Harry H Turner, J. B. Thomas. It is expected that some of the I total of 52 counties joining forcesto
is said. I The move was made in order to Gilbert Taylor, A. L. Taylor, John A. employees _in Tallahassee will be I fight the attack being made by
-' Inquiries have been coming in each I better serve the customers of the' Williams' James Warnock and A. O. transferred to Wet Palm Beach John E. Matthews in the circuit courtof

week for advance notice of picking of I cafe, Mr. Toulis said. Electric fans Ward.A. when the documents are moved Leon county.

beans, Mr. Hooker said. One firm I will be installed and artistic decora-: L. Taylor, ab cashier of the about September first. These employees Those from Hendry county presentat
in Miami seeks to buy up the entire tions have been completed this week Bank of Labelle, will undoubtedlybe will be transfered on account of the Sebring meeting were E. L.

harvest from 20 acres, if proper I in preparation for the opening date. I excused from serving on the grand their familiarity with the records of Stewart, representative; Selden L.

price arrangements can be made. I jury inasmuch as he will be one of the drainage district.ATTENDANCE. Stewart, chairman of the board of

-- The beans, consisting of Bountifulnd i i! the principal witnesses at the trial county commissioners; commissioners -

'Stringless varieties, were planted -] CLEWISTON FARMS I of Jim and Hubert Amos and R. E. Roy Hull and Fred Dunaway, and
the second week in July and were Savage who are now being held in GAIN W. T. Hull clerk of the circuit court.
raised' without use of fertilizer of any custody in the county jail to await Means Much to Hendry"If

kind. The first five acres appear to SHIP TO ARCADIAThree I hearing before the grand jury on CALLS IN TEACHERWith the attack made by Matthews
have an unusual amount of beans charges connected with the robberyof succeeds," representative Stewart
for this season's harvesting. the Bank of LaBelle. on July 31. said, '"it will mean a loss of $73,000a
hundred crates of fine quality At a preliminary hearing Mr. Taylor "
Beans in other sections of the year to Hendry county. Accordingto
number one Irish cobbler an enrollment the first week
potatoes identified the two Amos brothers as
Everglades will be ready to pick in a statement made public by Mat-
the product of Clewiston soil of' school increased to 45 pupils the
being the parties who entered the
about ten days or two weeks if favorable thews at the beginning of his suit
weather continues. were shipped from here Wednesdayto : bank and forced him, at pistol's point Harlem negro school, in the out- there are twelve counties in the state
Arcadia for use in the local mar- skirts of Clewiston was called
into the bank vault where he was upon
that would suffer loss should the
When the beans on the 20 acre
,kets there. bound and gagged while two men i to add an additional teacher to as-
tract are gathered the land will be act be declared constitutional, listingthe
used to grow potatoes. The potatoes are of spring variety I escaped with about $6,000 in cash :sist Joe Hall, principal. counties as, Duval, Dade, Hills-
and harvested some weeks ago but and securities. Ownership of a car I Plans are now being made to make boro, Pinellas, Palm Beach, Orange
were kept in perfect condition for found burning in the woods near the _the Harlem school the central negro Brevard, Volusia, Sarasota, EscambiaSt.
HENDRY USES 41,142 shipping when markets demandedthe scene of the robbery, and one which j school for the north end of the, coun- Johns and Polk. All other coun-

GALLONS GAS IN JULYA product. aswered witnesses description of the= ty. If suitable means for transportation ties have joined to fight the suit
Approximately 2000 crates of red said that a few days before the ''rob-1 I can be provided, school offi- filed by Matthews.A .
bliss and cobbler potatoes are now automobile in which the robbers escaped -'cials intend to" bring the negro chil- fund of $15000 has been
total of $2,468.52 in gasolinetax stored in a local warehouse to be was traced to Savage, who [dren from the South Bay district to raised by the 52 small counties to
was collected by Hendry county: used as seed for fall planting whichis bery he had sold it to other partiesfor ,Harlem and add extra teachers so provide expenses for carrying out the
during the month of July, a report to begin in about two weeks, W. $50. He failed identify eitherof :that all may be instructed 'in 'one defense of the suit. This sum was

made by the state department of C. Hooker, local planter says. These ,the men held in custody as being I building. This move. they point out agreed upon by the organization of
agriculture shows. Consumption potatoes are all products of Clewis- purchasers of the Ford coupe, in I will mean greater efficiency in man the smaller counties and the steer-
during the period for Hendry countywas ton muck and were grown withoutthe. which it is said ,the bank robbers .aging the curriculum and will permitthe ing committee was instructed to as-

'_'r.',_ set at ,41,1 42,.gallons.. '.: ,_' .,use of any -type of fertilizer. escaped to 'the' Caloosahatchee river, I use' 'of better equipment in the sess the counties in the organizationon
The figures are on a basis of six Most of these potatoes will be planted which they evidently crossed in a one school than would be possible a basis of revenue they will gainif
cents a gallon tax since the new seven by Mr. Hooker, and J.. 'R. H. Hilton boat to another automobile in readi- should they continue to support sev- the act is declared constitutional.The .

cent tax was not to go into ef.fect of Atmore, Alabama, who own ness on the Hendry county side. ,eral negro schools in the county. I committee also stated that if

.,;!\. until August first. tracts of land near Bare Beach east After the first month the Harlem funds remain on hand when the suit
Total gasoline tax collected from of here. Planting will start in school will undoubtedly increase in is closed money will be returned to

''the entire state was placed on the about ten days Mr. Hooker says. OKEECHOBEE ROUTEBE atendance and enrollment, since the the counties on the basis it was as-

authenic report as being $1,177- Preparations for fall planting is :workers in the cane fields will be- sessed.
940.70 did not include' 136,345.5 gal-I under way in every community TRAFFIC ;gin to return to Clewiston. Already Counsel Named.
lons of gas used by U. S. Government around the lake. Seed beds of pep- AID 10 I many negroes are beginning to return Announcement was made at the,

agencies which is free of tax. Total I pers and egg plants forming the from. Tampa and central portion Gainesville meeting Wednesday that

consumption within the state duringthe greater part of the August planting.! That the new cross-state canal I of the state where they have Cooper, Adair, Knight Cooper & Os-
month of July was 19,768,699.5 I With weather reports indicating: local through Lake Okeechobee, will be a I been employed since grinding sea- bourne, Jacksonville attorneys had
gallons. I showers for the next week it is great boon to foreign commerce as son closed here in May. By September been retained to assist in the defense.

Kerosene used in Florida during expected that within a short time well as to shippers from this sectionof 15th others will return. Discussion was made as to the advis-
I the settings, will be transferred to ability of postponing hearing on the
July is listed at 1,405,463, which the nation is seen figures
includes 725 gallons used by federal the fields. String beans and toma- compiled by the Florida office of the suit which is scheduled to come be-
government agencies. Hendry I toes will also form a large part of U. S. Bureaus of Foreign and Domes- DATE NAMED FOR fore Crcuit Judge E. C. Love, at

o county contributed 4,819 gallons of the produce raised in the Evergladesthis tic Commerce at Jacksonville:. Flor- Quincy today. Attorneys said they

this total.TWO year.DRILLS. ida's ports have gained increasing were prepared to argue the legal
I !1 importance in the shipping world FARMERS MEETINGAnnual points at the hearing today.

SMALL BOYS \ for several years, and during 1930, Invitations were sent the larger
CONTINUEFOR a year when foreign trade was in counties asking their moral supportin
meeting of the Farmersand the fight to retain the gas tax:
volume of
CAUGHT AT STILL ,the "doldrums, the exports -
Homemakers of the Evergladesis distribution at it now stands. At
and imports from Florida increased -
EAST LEVEESA from 2.944,990 cargo tons to be held in Pahokee September2nd various intervals at the two meetings
Two small boys, 9 and 12 years ,'according to an announcemet by held by the smaller counties, it was
,the previous to 2,847,401. This
'old, were found operating a still in' of little than threethousand M. U. Mounts, county agent for Palm II II declared that the defense of the suit
core drilling machine is at increase a more
full blast near LaBelle Tuesday, fed- now annual
Beach county. regular : was. not a combination of the smaller -
tons is small in itself but
eral enforcement officers reported.The work between Canal Point and Paho- ; meeting is to be held in Pahokee Instead counties against the larger ones,
kee taking specimen of rock and soil when the total amount of cargo tons I
boys were not held by the officers Point in
considered of in Canal as pre- but that the defense was being made
for the is
but their father, Ben Cross, formation to be encountered in construction of commerce will be I
{ The
vious years. meeting 'on the grounds that the law was constitutional -
of ,the federal ; even a small increase duringthe
was taken in custody to appear be- dyke projectnow 1930 is remarkable.The held in the high school building. fair, and equitable. It
under here. Another period I
way near
fore the federal commissioner
Featuring the meeting will be was pointed out that the distribu-
Tampa. core drilling machine is at work at 1930 statistics give Tampa
I special 'for women of the tion plan, as outlined in the 1931
the mouth, of the St. Lucie canal fifteenth place among the ports of programs
The two youngsters were busily Everglades under the direction of!act was framed along lines of federal
north of Canal Point. the United States on a basis of the I
j engaged in pouring eight gallons of Mrs. Edith Y. Barrus, county road aid distribution: part accordingto
moonshine into bottles when officers The Arundel corporation, who'volume of fereign cargo moved stration agent. demon-I population, part according to area
!, arrived to stop the proceedings. were contractors for a vast part of through the port. Figures for 1929 and part according to amount the
An outline of to
I the dredging work in gave Tampa the ranking of seven program
already done their
in building
I Four demijohns of liquor were' at the meeting has been tentativelyset counties have paid
last Tampa
the teenth. During year
T found at a still near LaBelle Wednes-! EvergJades are making investigations as follows, with a definite sche- part of the state highway system.
displaced Baton Rouge and closely
with view
day by sheriff H. L. Delaney but a to bidding on Representative Peter Tomasello,
no i crowded Detroit. which was the 1930 dule to be worked out later:
one was near the still at the time construction of the first six-mile I Okeechobee, said on the. floor of the
of the fourteenth place "The Florida Farmer and Experiment -
unit of the dykes to be contracted. funds
the sheriff arrived. No arrests have Gainesville meeting, "these are
yet been made in connection with the The bids for this stretch, which is among the ports of the United States. Station" by Harold .Hume.not county moneys.' They are state
finding. The apparatus was de located between here and Moore Florida's Gulf ports handle the former president of the Florida state funds just as the income tax collectedby
stroyed. Haven will be opened at the Jackson-, bulk of the foreign trade. Comple- Horticultural 'society, and "The sur-I the federal government makes a
ville office of the U. S. Engineersat tion of the cross-state canal will givea roundings of the farm, home" by the federal fund. Thex principle for I

ORCHESTRA LEADER DIES I Ii Ii noon on September 15. shorter route and an easier voy- same speaker. "Ten principal diseases which we are fighting is merely thatit
i The dredge boat "Caloosahatchee" age than the trip around the keys encountered during the past is just as fair for the state to pay
Funeral services for Paul S. Gray, property of the Arundel corporation and doubtless much traffic that is year and methods of controllingthem the counties for state highways they
34, leader of the Show Boat orches- has recently been overhauled and is now passing around the southernend ," by Dr. H. H. Wedgeworthof built as it Is for the state to pay
tra who has played for. numerous in condition to immediately begin of the peninsula will be routed the Everglades experiment sta-j(contractors for the roads they build
Belle Glade and Clewiston dances, work as soon as contracts are awarded. through the state.WEATHER tion, and by A. Frank of the Brown today and tomorrow." He continued
were held at the Methodist church in Government specifications call Farms, near here. Dr. Lobdell, also I "this bill provides that Hillsboro
Stuart Tuesday afternoon.Mr. for immediate work following award- REPORT FOR of the Everglades experiment station county shall be repaid in full every
Florida will discuss the ten principal
Bay, .
Gray died suddenly late ing of contract. penny it has spent on a state road.It
Insects encountered in the past year .
for High-
Wednesday afternoon and provides the same' thing
efforts Temperature Max.:: MIn. Rain them.
and the methods of combatting
were made to notify his wife who I BONDS FOR TAXES Monday..............90 74 .10 "Methods and Importance of Rodent lands county or Waukulla" county.
was visiting relatives in Nothing could be fairer.
Michigan I The board of county commisison Tuesday _............. 89 70 Control" will be discussed by Dr. -
at the tme of hs death. ,
ers for Palm Beach county voted Wednesday _.......90 68 .05 Lobdell and Mr. Carr of the U. S. BUSINESS DOUBLES
The deceased was accorded full Monday to accept county and special Biological of
survey. J. K. Baker, local distributor
military honors by the Stuart Thursday.......... 91 67
legion, district bonds at par in payment of "The Future of Livestock Produc- returning from Ft.
Pan-Am gasoline,
post, of which he was a member. delinquent Friday ......._......95 70
I taxes. The provision of tion in the Everglades" will be discussed Myers Tuesday night reports that
THURSDAY CLOSINGS CONTINUEClewiston the board does not permit the acceptance Saturday ..:.--.......:95 72 by Dr. J. H. Shealey of the gasoline business of his company has

of bonds for 1930 taxes. Sunday ..............94 70 Everglades experiment station. doubled within the past 60 days In

merchants will continue Officials said that the move would Rainfall for week .......:............ .15 Other interesting and Instructivetalks Fort. Myers. Mr. Baker is distri-
.", J, to observe Thursday afternoons as make effective a law passed by the I Previous rainfall ....: .............. 23.18 have been scheduled by thosein butor for Hendry, Glades, and a partof
./ holidays until October first, it was last legislature for paying delinquent 1 charge of the Everglades Farni Palm Beach and a, majority. ot; I

stated this week. taxes Rainfall to date :..... ....;.......... 28,88 and Hdttemakere: day >program Lee countiesj'T /

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS passenger travel at a fraction of the are to be producod from: healthy and fasted, the Holy Ghost said. Sep- Whisk BroomsTo

cost, per mile of train travel, is almost herds and under proper sanitary con- arate me Barnabas and Saul for.'the the life of whisk brooms
renew ,
Published every Friday in Clewiston,, upon us. Radio reception is ditions." Out of state applicantsmay work whereunto I have called them.
clip the ends off even, tie a rag around'the
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, about to be divested of all outside be required to submit statementsfrom So they, being sent forth by the broom holding It straight, and

Inc. interference and we can get it. sum- their local officials under oathto I Holy Ghost, departed unto Seleucia; soak in hot suds for an hour

Entered as :second class matter mer or winter, without static. The the above effect. and from thence they sailed to Cy {

newspapers, fearing radio advertisingwill 6. A license may be revoked if prus. ,. ( -
1. 1927 ------ -
February at the Post Officeat
find that the radio only stim- its privileges are abused.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act From Seleucia on the main land
ulates the hearer to more Interest in
of March 3, 1897. I to Salamis on the island of Cyprus THE PRINCE THEATRE
is coming; out the next day. The

A newspaper devoted to the best'weekly papers, with their intimate was about 125 miles.

interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its detail of every day events are the 'unbap fjool "At Salamis, they preached the PAHOKEE, FLonIDAAlwa.s

leading newspaper. safest of all, for nothing yet devisedhas word of God in the synagogues of

for its object the disseminationof 1L t550n the Jews; and they had also'John to a Good Show

Subscription rate: per year$2.00 this kind of personal news. their minister." .
at 7 and 9
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 Industrial advances have been SHOW STARTS p. m.
Why did Barnabas and Saul go to
rapid in our generation, but they are FOR AUGUST '
Advertising rates furnished on ap 1931 the Jewish synagogues to preach COMING ATTRACTIONS WEEK
not at an end by any means. It has about Christ? August 30th
SUBJECT: The Mission To Cyprus. N
always taken an "age" for any recog-
One writer says "As Christianity
Business office Clewiston News, nizable period of history to developand GOLDEN TEXT: "1- am not sprang from Judaism the Jews furn- SUNDAY AND MONDAY Aug. 30, 31ANN :

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and this certainly is a period if there ashamed of the gospel of Christ; for
ished the most likely field for Chris-
Advertising, same. ever was one. it is the power of God unto salvation, "
tian missions. Experience has proven -
Let nobody tell you that we are to every one that believeth." Rom. CONRAD NAGELIN
however, that Gentiles have been
Telephone 339 at the end of our rope. Let nobodytell 1:16.
easily converted
more to Christianity.
you that Russia has found the LESSON- TEXT 1 Acts 12126: to They travelled westward through the "East Lynne"ANN
key. Russia is today merely starving
'NEW VOICE OF NEW BUSINESSA : island of Cyprus to the City of Po-
her own people to make a new HARDING the star
gene- : supreme
INTRODUCTION "The of Govern-
: capital phos the Roman Deputy
letter from Louis former ration of devotees to.a. rash pro- in the screen's strongest story .
Morgan, the Roman province of Syria was or's residence. He "called for Barn-
publisher of the News states that vincialism. She hasn't the answer.It "EAST LYNNE", vibrant drama ".
the great city Antioch, situated at abas and Saul, and desired to hear
is on the way. but Russia hasn't it. of love and motherhood.Also .
the Herald's first issue "
Bay County the northeast
corner of the Mediterranean the word of God. But a Jew named

will be off the press about August Times will be better againsoon.And on the Arontes river, twenty Bar-Jesus or Elymas, "withstood

27th. Mr. Morgan says the first issue the capatilistic plan will still miles from its mouth. The city was them, seeking to turn away the deputy Slim Summerville, in FOX,
will be 56 prevail. Eventually, as the world "SARGES PLAYMATE NEWS
pages. founded about B. C. 300 by Seleucus from the faith.

Naturally we have not yet Deceived -i will approach Utopia, we or our descendants Nicator, and named after his father, I Then Saul (who'also is called TUESDAY and 'VEDXESDAYSeptember
discover a new system.
our copy of this latest member -J I may Antiochus. Many of the Christians. Paul) said: 0 full of all sub-
of the weekly of Flor-' but Russia hasn't hit upon it yet. i 1, 2
newspaper who were driven from Jerusalem by
tilty and all mischief, thou child of
ida but we are looking forward In Leesburg Commercial. persecution went as far as Antioch the devil, thou enemy of all right- MIRIAM HOPKINS, CAROL LOMBARD -

keen anticipation to see the effortsof and began to preach Christ there. FRANK: MORGANIN

the New's former publisher in his Approximately 15,000,000 acres of They succeeded well. and Barnabas eousness.
Florida's with for- Behold the hand of the Lord is
area are covered ,
new location in Panama City. Along went from Jerusalem to aid in the,
ests and second growth timber, the : upon thee, and thou shalt be blind, "Fast and Loose9'Making
with the rest of those. who know work. Christianity grew and he went .,-,
state forestry department said in a not seeing the sun for a season. And
Louis we are expecting to see the to Tarsus for Saul to come to help I love with today's youth!
recent bulletin. immediately there fell on him a mist.
Bay County Herald step forward to him. For a year the two great ; Ninety-mile-a-minute romance l
he went about ;
and a darkness; and
a ranking place with the weekly preachers labored together, not only i how
Smile-a-second wooing! .See
AND FLORIDA GROWS THEM seeking some to lead him by the
newspapers of the state. among the Jews who spoke Aramaicbut hand. youth takes its fling nowadajs. They J

The Bay County Herald is locatedin If you are inclined to become pes- also among those who spoke sow their wild oats and reap laughs!
Our sins usually find us out, and
Greek. It Antioch that the !
the heart of one of the coming simistic about Florida here are two was at Also

industries of the state, that of man- little items that may interest you. followers of Christ were first called i we pay the penalty. Comedy UNIVERSAL

ufacture of'kraft paper. The letteron "Christians," a word used as a nIck- "Saul" was the Hebrew form of
The average person in the United GREAT PANTS MYSTERY NEWS
which the News received its information States today eats five grapefruit a name, like "Methodist" or "Puritan." the name and "Paul" was the Roman

of the maiden date of the year. In 1899 grapefruit was practically but has become the noblest and most 'orm. THURSDAY and FRIDAY

Herald was written on a fine gradeof unknown. It wasn't on the honorable of all names. Then the deputy, when he saw September 3, 4

kraft paper, lending a distinc- market. There were no figures on' it. The history of the Christian! what was done believed, being as- GENEVIEVE TOBIN CONRAD NA-

tively novel impression. The paper In 1909, or 10 pears later, the people Church during its first hundred 1 tonished at the doctrine of the Lord. GEL ZASU PITTS

was made in Panama City from had begun finding out about grape- years has been called a tale of three I The deputy governor might have 1

southern pine trees, of a quality thatis I fruit. The consumption was then less cities-Jerusalem, Antioch, and been astonished at Elymas being "FREE LOVE"Also

to be used in making high grade than one per person but, 10 years Rome. The tale of Jerusalem as the made blind. When converted he was

brown paper bags. later, in 1919 this had grown to four center of the Christian activity for "astonished at the doctrine of the .

The making of paper in Florida and in 1931, it is five per person. fifteen years after the ascension of Lord." which could save a sinner like With SLIM SU3IMERVILLE
finished. and today He struck her! Was 'he justified?
Jesus, we have now
has been predicted a long time. What about strawberries? The himself.
tale of Antioch. She left him she justified?
we take up
Some of the first writers of Florida'seconomic average person now eats four poundsa
outlook made considerable year. Hitherto the Jews, with a few excep- See ".FREE: ; LOVE" and decide for

mention of the fact that the lux- The best grapefruit and the best tions, have been the only believers in yourself.

urious growth of long fibre pine strawberries come from Florida, and Jesus as the Christ; now the gospelIs Also

trees in the state would some day will continue to come from Florida. carried to the Gentiles in Antioch Comedy FOX
cities of SO LOUD"'E":: S
and thence to the great "NOT
turn the attention of the paper man- -Tampa Tribune.,
Asia Minor and Greece and Italy."
ufacturers to Florida of
as a source SATURDAY 5th
Just before the date of this lesson September
raw material. The people who are
studying all the possibilities of the Florida Milk Laws there was a drouth and famine, and EL BRENDEL EDWARD EVERETT

church of Jerusalem HORTON SPENCER :TRACY
the poor in the
state have expressed an opinion thatif
such quality of brown paper can Protect ConsumersSTRINGENT suffered much. The members of the and many others in

be made, it will only be a short Church at Antioch had taken a collec "Six Love" r:;
Barnabas and Saulto Cylinder
tion and sent it by
time until the finest bond paper, or REGULATIONS MAKE

glazed book paper will be made in PUBLIC ASSURED OF SAFE the church at Jerusalem. a A hilarious comedy with EL BREX"-

Florida. MILK SUPPLY "And Barnabas and Saul returned DEL. For a ;real laugh see it.

I from Jerusalem, when they had fulfilled Also -

Florida has 1,221 miles of To safeguard-good health must their ministry, and took with CIARIM[ 1 / r Chapter No. 2 OSWALD

line washed by the waters of coast-I have been the purpose of the Stateof them. "John, whose surname was "FINGER PRINTS" CARTOON

lantic ocean and 2530 miles Florida in enacting its milk and Mark.

by the Gulf of Mexico, the federal cream law in 1929. This is the first appearance of --

coast and geodetic survey reported. This law defines both milk and i John 'Mark, the son of Mary in

whose home at Jerusalem Jesus ate
cream, making use of such terms as
ROADS FOR FARM RELIEF "healthy" "properly fed and kept the last passover. He travelled with

cows," "rich in milk fat," "fresh Saul and Barnabas to Perga, but left Another Forward
Since 1915 the number of auto- Jerusalem. Step
and clean." It directs the commis- them and returned to
mobiles in in this has increased
use country When starting on their second mis-
sioner of agriculture to see that its i
at the rate of 1,000,000 a Saul
sionary tour Barnabas and i
provisions are observed and it fixes
year. It is estimated that 28.000- quarrelled about taking John, and In order 'to better serve our customers "- i
$5,000 or twelve months in the i
000 cars are now in operation. John
Barnabas taking
county jail as a maximum punish- they and add to the progress of ;
Vast sums have been spent for ment for the violator. with him and Saul taking Silas. Af-

road building. with the result that terward Saul (Paul) requested the we are moving to n I I
Provisions fer consumer protec- .CLEWISTOX
fast, well paved highways carry us help of John and later John wrotr'the .

from city to cIty, from state to state. tion, as well as for the benefitof gospel of Mark, probably with new location,
the small farmer have been '
The average city dweller thinks that the aid and direction of Peter.In I i
pointed out by officials of the State
the United at Antioch there 29th
States in adequately pro- the church Saturday Aug.
Department of Agriculture. In fact
vided with good roads. were five leading "prophets and
the Florida farmer who produces and
As a matter of fact however onlyan teachers," including Barnabas and
disposes of milk from five or less We have selected the building I i
infinitesimal fraction of roadsin Saul.
: in his is
cows own county, execpted
use have been extensively im "As they ministered to the Lord. formerly occupied br the Clewiston I IIi
from all provisions of.the act. Sum- II
proved. Five million farmers, according -I I
marizing, one reads: i
lt"nture belcauso of its
to company
an survey are 1. All milk and cream sold in
cut off from their markets I 666LIQUID
duringa Florida must conform with the legal large airy space that is now converted l

part of each year by impassable definition of milk and cream: be .

roads. fresh, clean and not watered; drawn OR TABLETS into a modern, up-to-date, artis- r

Good roads that keep the farmerin not less than 15 days before or five :
Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in tic eating place. Iced cold runningwater '-
contact with his markets at all days after calving; milk must con- '

times and 'allow him to transport tain not less than 8.5 percent solids 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first mlll boiling hot water for I .,....

goods quickly and economically, are not fat, and not less than 3.25 per- clay, and checks Malaria in three
essential factor kitchen use make ths a sanitary:
giving agriculturea cent butterfat; cream must contain days. a

sound economic foundation. 18 percent or more of butterfat. eating establishment, and an- ideal '_ .

2. Milk or cream shippers or sel- 666 Salve for Baby's Cold

Streams and lakes in Florida occupy lers must so label or identify the place to dine. :. J JI
2000,000 acres or approximately product that the consumers may be I

one-seventh of the state's area, advised of the nature and kind of LEGAL NOTICE A Trial Will Convince \ :
survey records at Tallahassee show.
milk or cream and know where it

WHAT IS COMING? ROLL OF EVERGLADES 'Ve sl>dalize in western steaks, )
3. Also milk and cream when sold DRAINAGE DISTRICT

must be so labeled that the buyer chops and Norfolk oystckrs in sea- I I Ison.
We hear men say that the depses- :NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatin
will know the grade under which .
sion, that is about to pass can never accordance with the provisions of .
is sold. And board of health officialsare Section 48 of Senate Bill 332. regular
leave us because we have invented
to examine milk and cream to session of 1931, the Secretary of Ever- lEi :
everything possible. We have the '
glades Drainage District has preparedan
determine if it meets those provi- Also regular dinners special chicken -
said District for
assessment roll for
radio, they say, and that is the culmination ,
sions as well as those of the city or: the year 1931. which said assessmentroll
of the era that produced the is on file in the office of the Boardof dinners:, short orders, home nmdo I.I
town where it is sold. ,
electric light, the telephone, the automobile Commissioners of Everglades Drain-
4. No milk may be pasturized, and age District. No. 3 Olivia Building in pies pastries and sandwiches a Sle-
and the airplane.Not the City of \Vest Palm Beach. Florida.
it is unlawful to mix domestic milk I
Board of Commissioners of Ever- .
so! in the
.We are greatest with milk brought in from outside glades Drainage District will meet at cIa I t -. .
of scientific'advancement the the state. 10 o'clock in the forenoon upon the
world has first day of September. 1931 for the
Irera ever seen. If good times 5.. A license to cost $25 a year is purpose of hearing complaints and ob-
depend upon new things for the human requited of all persons handling joctlons to the contents of such assessment The Clewiston Cafe
being to enjoy or use his curiosity I roll and the method and mannerof II
milk or milk products in Florida, preparing the same. I

upon, we are now entering upon except the initial producer. In asking Dated at West Palm Beach. Florida I

the greatest era the' world has ever for a license persons must swear 'upon the 13th day of August ,1931 THE HOME OF GOOD- COFFEE I
known. BEN IIERR. Secl"I tn.ry.
that "all products or milk or cream Everglades Drainage District, I I

Television> is almost hero, Airplane which they (desire to cell I In this 1 state 0,1, August 14 21, 28, -. -' {' .-


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:; t :; Oscar O'Rier was a week end
f visitor In Ft. Myers. PICTURE ,SCENES 7l9 r r 7 Lc

I Personal Mention

O. K. Fletcher of Tampa spent several :-
-! .:1IC days of this week at the Clew-

iston Inn, while here on businessfor
: H. A. Bestor was a business visitorin the H.'C. Nutting Co.. who have
Venice Saturday.W. the core drilling contract around the:

lake. ;
L. Young of Macon, transacted
business lit "EAST LYNNE" ARE
here Monday. Roy A, Shaw of Venice spent the 7' Ip
I week end as guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs H. A. Land were I BROOK, STAR f
T. B. Shelly. He returned to Venice ,
Sunday visitors in Ft. Myers.
Sunday night with Mrs. Shaw who
had been a guest of the Shelley's for Places and scenes shown in "East
Mrs. J. A. Poche of Palm Beach, i "
the past week.FAREWELL Lynne, Frank Lloyd's Fox Movie
spent Tuesday here visiting friends.L. I
tone production which opens at the

C. Sturgess and G. A. Augur PARTY GIVEN Prince theatre on Sunday night, can
be vouched for as realistic by Clive n
spent Sunday visiting in Ft. Myers. FOR MISS PAT DOLAN
I j Brook, who, with Conrad Nagel,

Mrs. B. A. Bourne returned this A farewell party was given Friday I plays opposite the lovely Anne Hard-

week from a vacation' trip in the night at the Clewiston Inn for Miss I ing.

east. Pat Dolan by several of her friends I Most playgoers know by this time hti, '

Miss Dolan has been visiting her that Clive Brook came to the films i-wr_'

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lowry spent mother, Mrs. C. L. Adams, for the from England. Perhaps they do net ;>

the week end in Miami visiting with past two months. I know, however, that he is as familiar w ':y1

friends.Mr. She left Sunday for Atlanta on a with Paris, Vienna and other placeson "

short visit and will continue to Chi- the continent where scenes of \
and :Mrs. Richard Small of cago where she wil resume her "East Lynne" are laid. A $1 Dinner for 4 ; ,

Palm Beach were visitors in Clewis- nurse's training at the Hospital of i Brook served for four and one ,
St. Elizabeth Guests were Miss half with the British forcesin
ton Sunday. I years is your arithmetic? If you Dra4, add the contents of one 10-
Dorothy Deam, Miss Gladys NowFing, i France during the World war, and HOW these figures ,you ,will ounce can of: tomatoes, salt and ,

J. A. Plunkett, Lewis Rivero, and Miss Elsie Hare, Miss Kathryn Deam, afterwards he was on "location" occasionally find the sum total is exactly one pepper to taste, and one small

Carl Johnson motored to Miami Sun- Dr. W. J. Ezell. Van Cothern, Campbell in France for British dollar. And if you know your sliced onion. Simmer until ten-

day to see the DO-X. Nail, A. W. Sias, Jimmie Wolfe, I films. He traveled extensively in dietetics as well as your math- der. '

Joe Johnson, Horace Houze Paul i Europe, while a youth, before the ematics, you will find that the Blackberry Trifle: Spread
Sheriff H. L. Delaney of Labelle Alston and Carl Johnson.SURVEYORS war and during a recent visit sum total of these foods is a per- three-quarters cup of cornflakesin

spent Monday afternoon in Clewiston abroad browsed about among his fectly balanced meal.It the bottom of a well buttered
follows then if wise baking dish and with the
on official business. you are cover
favorite haunts. Some of them, suchas
that you will serve this sort of contents of an 8-ounce can of
Versailles figure prominently in
DRAW meal at least week and blackberries I from which the
\-" Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Moore Haven "East one day a juice
Lynne. you will be.healthy and wealthyas has been strained. Sprinkle one-
'.I'' was among the out-of-town visitors Clive Brook arrived in the United well. The recipes are tested. fourth cup of sugar over, dot with

in Clewiston Monday. NEW COAST ROUTE States in the fall of 1924, playing to Make one tablespoon butter, and cover

opposite Florence Vidor in a Thomas Simple with three-fourths cup of corn-
Roy B. Child, editor of the Levy Ince production entitled "ChristineOf Celery, Cabbage and Tomatoes: flakes. Pour in the blackberrysyrup

county Journal of Bronson was a FOR WATERWAYSCHIEF I The Hungry Heart." Have one cup cabbage cut in drained from the fruit, and .

visitor in Clewiston Sunday. Become Idol of Fans fairly large pieces and one cup bake in a moderate oven-375 de
I celery cut in inch lengths. Cook grees-for thirty minutes. Serve
Since that time he has gained
Mrs. J. G. Allhands and nephew, separately until almost tender. warm with light cream.*
ENGINEER FINDS THAT steadily in prestige, playing in such
Billy Cressy, returned Tuesday from i "
screen successes as "Declasse, "You
a pleasant vacation in Miami. SHORTEN DISTANCE 'Never Know Women," "Underworld,' I MORE THAN SEVEN HUNDRED I at Raiford, will, it is hoped, give to '

"Interference" and "The Return of PHEASANTS FREED IN DADE the open fields of Florida another
'Jacobson and V. Barth of St.
Sherlock Holmes," until today there I choice species of game bird.
Petersburg were visitors in Clewis- Government surveyors are mapping Tallahassee.-The release in Dade
I is no more genuine favorite with i Reports from Santa Rosa countyas
ton for a short time Monday. out a route for another link in county of more than seven hundred
playgoers the country over. I to the results from pheasants
Miss Bonceil-Stone and the: intra-costal canal which the Flor- I He was completing a film on location -: pheasants, planted by the Miami placed in the open country in that
ida Inland and Coastal
Waterways Chapter of the Izaak Walton League,
Jones the Clewiston in Paris for an English com- country during the spring season are
were among association proposes to construct and a number of birds of this speciesin
that of the birds have nested
pany when Thomas Ince cabled him some
residents in Miami .
Sunday.Mrs. from Pensacola to Fort Myers F. L.
Santa Rosa
county by sportsmenof
to come to Hollywood. ,Ten days and are carrying young.
Judd, chief engineer for the associa- that section, as well as the distribution -
A. B. Best is much improved from the time he received the cable The experiment with pheasants
after an appendix operation at the said yesterday.The he arrived in Los Angeles and two I of approximately 1,000 being watched with interest both

local hospital Saturday night.E. unit, to reach from the east- hours after his arrival he was be- i pheasant eggs from the flock of by sportsmen and the State ,depart

ern shore of Choctawhatchee bay, fore the camera-working. I pheasants at the State Game Farm ment.

E. Kelly returned to Clewiston west of Panama City, to the west I And he has been "on the job" ever -

Friday from Orlando where he had arm of St. Andrews bay, on which since and lie declares his role ef Cap- .

Panama City is located, will bring tain Levison in "East is
been for the past two weeks.C. Lynne" one 1I111111111 lIIIIIIIIIIIIII f1IIII1IIIIIIII III:1I111111I1: 1ti'IIIIIIIIIIIII!' !IIIIIIIIIIIIII rtIIIIIIIIIIIII! i, 111IIIIIIIIIIr
the eastern end of the inland waterway he has always wanted to portray.

D. Walter of Orlando was direct from Corpus Christi,Tex., Ann Harding appears as Isabel and I

I among the out of town visitors trans- nearer to Tampa and othelr west Conrad Nagel as Carlyle. The direc- I

acting business here this week. coast ports, Mr. Judd pointed out. tor, Frank Lloyd, has given Mrs. ,::- -' "
i ,
y' Unit Is Completed Henry Wood's fine old novel a splendid -

.... Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. C. H. There is already a unit completedfrom I ,interpretation.: -''-. '.'. ,.,-' .. .
Jones and mother were visitors in the Apalachicola river to the r '

West Palm Beach Wednesday. east arm of St. ,Andrews bay so the ACTRESS ,ADOPTS TWINS; I

new unit will connect Apalachicola BUT JUST FOR PICTURE i Ii

Mrs. F. Denne Duff, who has been direct by canal with Pensacola, ,Mo-

i visiting relatives in Chicago, returned bile, New Orleans"and Corpus Christi. Genevieve Tobin has become the

I to her home here Friday. The survey will be completed dur- mother' of twins since her last pic-

ing September, after which actual ture!
j W. K. Snellgrove of Atlanta, You Never SeeA
However Miss Tobin has merely
construction work is to begin, he Things
Georgia, was a business visitor in
mtfther of fiveyearoldtwins
1 said. The surveying engineers are become the I
Clewiston several days this week. for her latest talking film role
considering two possible routes, the I II Ii
.', tremities of the canal for Universal, that of Hope FerrierIn
prposed and
1 Mrs. W. D. Digges and two daughters I "
l shorter: an inland route across the "Free Love, which comes to the
arrived Clewiston Wednesdayfrom i
stretch of land poining- the two ex- Prince theatre, Thursday.In .
Ft. Myers to make their home I
"Free Love" which is the screen
the other along the coast. The shorter -
; here. Mr. Judd explained would have adaptation of Sidney Howard's stage i

the play, "Half Gods," Miss Tobin plays
advantage of serving areas on
Miss Pat Dolan left Sunday for
I I both sides.' the role of a nagging dissatisfiedwife
V Waycross and ,Atlanta for a brief crowd of Loaters Playing
VV while her husband Conrad Na-
visit from there she will return to I Easy to ConstructThe
gel, tries his best to keep the fam-
I Chicago.. new unit will be comparatively '
easy to construct, the engineer II ily from going on the rocks of the Checkers in Front of A Busi-

! Paul Berger of Miami was a busi- pointed out, as it will go along a divorce court. '
': ness visitor this week. While here I I Others in the cast include Monroe
\ natural waterway which will not be That Advertises in The
Mr. Berger was a guest of the Clew-I difficult to convert into canal usage. Owsley, Ilka Chase, Zasu Pitts, Slim ness
1 Summerville and George Irving.GIIIUle .
iston Inn. This will bring the eastern extremityof
a. ------ Clewiston News.
the main channel to St. Marks and
J. R. H Hilton left Tuesday for
r nearer to the ultimate southern extremity -
; Ardmore Alabama after spending .
at Fort Myers, as the association's -
I several here after farming
days looking II
"j J final objective. I
: .M
}, The completed project was thor- am Nor A Prospective Customer

and Mrs. oughly explained in a lengthy study
::1 Mr. George Espenlaub
{d.1 announce the arrival of a baby including exhaustive data, submit- I Your
Who Does Not Read
' daughter born August 24, at the ted recently by Mr. Judd to United BEST I _

j Ij' __ Lakeside hospital. States engineers at Jacksonville. It 2it Vb,
Is a huge undertaking, which is expected Is filii When It Is
Message BroughtTo
_' .. Miss Jewel Lowe and A. W. Lawrence -I to be completed only overa xcuE:4PEST: :/

were among the Clewiston folk number of years, as it will cost
$8,000,000 to Him
spending Sunday in Miami to view $10OOO.QOO. Through
! the air liner DO-X. The study showed that the inland

1 1s waterway, 53 miles long, would han LAUNDERING DONE ATE verfising Medium in The Ever-

I :\11'. and Mrs. J. E. Hestor are the dle a probable annual tonnage of

,1 parents of a young son born to them 1,600,000 with an estimated savingto -
Monday, both mother and child are shippers of more than $2000,000a Our laundry service is glades.

: reported as doing nicely. year, serving directly the adjoin- planned to eliminate year of
ing 27 counties.AGRICULTURE.
Mrs. M. D. Waldron arrived in worry from the housewives; of

Clewiston Sunday to make her home DEPARTMENT the E\ / here. Mr and Mrs. Waldron have
taken apartments in the Schultz ESTABLISHES NEWS SERVICE proved its worth. You can depend -

building. A news bureau is the latest establishment upon our laundry work. ....

I.. Mrs. C. H. Settle, and Mr. and I I of the Florida Department -
JfC:. Mrs. K. Bowden of Moore Haven of, Agriculture. It is not a re- Our prices are reasonable. The Clewiston News(1

and Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn. of Okee- sule of increased legislative appropriations -

chobee were visitors in Clewiston but rather the reverse. 1'I'.1":-::-"" "' :: .
, Monday afternoon. Appropriations were, so severelycut 1 1I
i that thevprinting of most of the CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
Father F. J, Finnegan, rector of bulletins and: periodicals has been inc.EL

"St. Margaret's church, left Sundayfor discontinued. The newspaper is the .
New York where he will remain only means left, through which the PASO AVE.&: SAN-BQNITA ST.

until the latter part of September. public can be informed of the activi-
Service in the church will be resumed ties of the department's many I

on September 27. He was accompanied branches. News
.,.r; will be preparedand
your 6)1 tp.L3undw
sl"t: by his sister and Mis5) pat sent free, regularly;: to Florida? : '

t I polan aft) far at Atlanta,, 'pewepaperf. -. ,I t' ,_.. rn TltOO1fi 1 if l'fiWj! i!;!! IIIII JIfITTITTITIT! ? m l i i

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Game Law Violations FINGERLING BASS PLACEDIN Helena Rubinstein that we compiled a cook book entitled a roasting dish, place dish in the

MIDDLE FLORIDA LAKES "What Every Young Husband oven, and leave it for three minutes,

Draw Penalties Like Ford Sees Should Know." Herewith we yank and then sprinkle gently three times

Heavy Tallahassee-The delivery of fin- out a couple of pages and give themto with bay rum. It won't be necessaryto

gerling black bass, many of which Prosperity Ahead our male friends first handed just serve while hot, for it'll stay hot

Tallahassee.-The completion of measure from three to five inchesIn to show that we know two or three for quite a spell. t

reports on the recent handling of length, from the Winter Haven things about the culinary art: COFFEE: One double-handful of

cases made against twenty-one: vio- Hatchery, made by the State De- POACHED EGGS: First, look in coffee to each cup of water in Kress

lators of the game law arrested on partment of Game and Fresh Water the ice-box for the eggs. There won'tbe percolator, place percolator on stove

,Fish, is in progress, though some- I 'and turn switch to "on." Sit
the Choctawatchee River In one day, any, so cut yourself a piece of
by five deputies, two of whom were, what retarded by heavy rains. Recent cheese, and paste it between two down with magazine to wait for

game wardens and three special men I deliveries have been made at ''r soda crackers with mayonnaise and coffee to perk; glance up occasion-

appointed by the sheriffs of the the following points: Orlando Ta- hand it to the family cat. She'll pro- ally to see if it is perking; it won'tbe

counties bordering the river to cooperate -I vares, Eustist Coral Gables, Lutz bably bite you. but that's what you ; read every story in magazine,

with the Game Department Winter Haven, St. Cloud, Vineland, deserve for wanting poached eggs. yawn, toss it aside and take a final

in the enforcement of th cgame law, Apopka, Tampa, Kissimmee and Oca- CHICKEN look at coffee. It still won't be perk-
shows twenty-one convictions, according la. The department delivers only fish : Two weiners, ing, so help yourself to a drink of
I slab of
one roast beef, one old Bra-
to J. T. Hurst, of Pensacola of fingerling size, as a very much zil nut make any' difference to Mr. Kress.: I
two tablespoons of lard and
Deputy Game Commissioner of larger percent of such size reach You didn't pay but 50 cents for the

the Third District. This District is I maturity than would. reach it if delivered one with pone of shredded wheat. Grindup darn thing, and his theory is that
an egg beater and wash
comprised of those countes that lie as fry. down with listerine. you get what you pay for, which is

west of Jefferson. Making the ar --- -- FRYING BACON Place correct enough.
: strips in
rests were Game Wardens ThomasM. ; CANE BREAKERS DEFEAT skillet These are only a few of the num-
and turn stove switch to the I
Adams of Holmes Z. Adair TELEPHONE BOYS 12-0 book. We'llbe
and D. erous receipes from our '
; look in the bread
of Walton accompanied by Deputies box to hunt bread knife slice bread glad to mail a complete copy to
John Coswell) of Holmes, Claude The Southern Telephone boys of and anyone for 21 cents, or two for a
fetch butter chip off and
Martin of Washington and Jack West Palm Beach, evidently gfot the half dollar.
decorate the bread with it then
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Adair of Walton. Following a num- wrong number Sunday when they ,.r
pause to look at bacon and discoverit
suffered a 12-0 defeat at the handsof ,,
ber of complaints of law violationson )yyern AMnVkYyw, .L2.:'=; wrSTANDARD
has burned Into small black wads
the river, Commissioner Hurst the Clewiston Cane Breakers.
whereat it will be an excellent idea
assigned each of these men to a boat The game was a play-off of a sche- PRICES
to go down town and order a bowlof
with instructions to drift at inter- duled game a couple of weeks ago
chili and a cup of coffee. One Price To All
vals down the river bringing in when rains at the end of the fourth :
LEMONADE: Use six lemons to
every violator 'found. Charges were inning caused it to be postponed.

of fishing without license, taking I Sunday the Cane Breakers got an copiritht, EESSLERX each glass of water; the wife will GENTS HAIR CUTS ..._.._35 I
It's silly and but insist
say extravagant. -
undersized fish, use of illegal devices early lead and made runs against MME. RUBINSTEIN LADIES HAIR CUTS _on ..25CHILDREN'S
that she taste it then force I
the West Palm Beach club at will.
and creel limits exceeded.Mr. .
of our Captains of Indus- from her an admission that it real- HAIR CUTS ? .25
Hurst attributes much of the Twelve runs is apparently a lucky SOME : I
may be preparing for a ly is lemonade. SHAVES __ 20
success of the work on this occasion number for the local ball tossers fort business depression during the
WAFFLES: We employ the famous -
and throughout his territory to the was by that same score that they coming year, but there's at least SHAMPOS AND FACIALS .
3-of-each" to this most
cooperation given himself and the walked off from the South Bay club one woman with absolute faith in theory '.,-

ten wardens who' comprise his force at the Legion picnic ground the previous America's prosperity! delightful dish-three: handfuls of CIVIC CENTER r''

Sunday. In the previous game Helena Rubinstein, the famous roach powder, three pieces of okra,
by the sheriffs and judges in the
beauty specialist, says there will three teaspoons of red pepper, and BARBER SHOPNolon
several counties that make his i between the local boys and the telephone -
up be no slump in the beauty business three level teacups of Lydia E. Pinkham's -
outfit the stood at 3-3
district. More gratifying than arrests score
Conner Prop.
vegetable compound; stir for

and convictions: says the Com when rained out. "What difference does it make I three minutes and place mixture in ...,.. ...'' m
missioner, is the growing sentiment what Wall Street does?" said "-"cr.-
FARMERS SHOULD OBSERVE ...-.................... .......... .. ............ ...... .........00..... ... ... -..- - - -.- - - - -
in the area for the conservation of I Madame Rubinstein. "Women ,

wild life and the increase of game in AND MAKE THE BEST USE have learned to be beautiful and :

the section. As a result of a good OF ADVANTAGES THEY HAVE they are going to keep right on .,
taking 'care of themselves. Beautyis
breeding season Mr. Hurst reports TAMPA
Chasing the rainbow after the proverbial as necessary as food to modern rw'I'w'I'
some increase in the supply of ,t.
pot of gold at its foot has woman, more necessary, for s
quail, noticeably short throughoutthe what woman vrlll not go without :: "THe Convenient .
since ceased to be
long a profession,
South last season, and deer and food if thereby she can be slimmer ::i :;,'
for farmers know that the only
turkey in excess of previous seasons, even and better looking?" of '
with squirrels in abundance. With pot of gold existing at the foot of Like Henry Ford, Helena Rubin- :: .

hunting on a conservative basis he the; rainbow is soil. However, manyof stein believes in backing up her ): -

hopes to see this section 'regain its us still sit idly around and wist faith with something concrete. J FLORIDA : I.

for some good fortune, without ever Therefore, she has just okayed an ..:.
old footing as a quail section pre- -
eminent. trying very hard to work for his own advertising appropriation for 1930 .. ';
that would look event -
pretty big ,i. "i-:
good fortune. May of us pass up op- .the famous motor manufac- ., .j. .:', x
ARCADIA FARMER PUTS CROP portunities unrecognized. becausewe ,. : '.' '"
turer. She has faith in American "
., /
INTO CANS AND MAKES PROFIT are not careful observers.The .prosperity-and she Is backing it .t. d ""':. '

story is told of a farmer living with a half million dollars. f I

Arcadia-one farmer near here is in a section of the country- where :: :

solving the problem of low prices for I lime was needed to grow certain DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK .. :7.t. (
The family cat died, and in
farm products through the operationof crops. : b
digging a hole in which to bury the By ,Edson R. Waite .t, : & Q I Y sYlD' J
a home canning outfit, which on ,', /S:
+ '
Shawnee Oklahoma
a small scale the last season has cat, a substance which proved to be; Y

brought him profit from his crop. marl was discovered. The farmer W. M. HAMILTON, PUBLISHER OF 't'., i k-a.

He expects next year to enlarge his had been hauling limestone a long THE PALESTINE (TEXAS) DAILY .t. ,'; OhT 1. r4

operations and can virtually his en- distance for bis alfalfa crop when I HERALD, SAYS: + :: (

tire output of field peas and toma- right on his own farm he had for THAT it is sometimes economy to '&.

toes, rather than sell them fresh the digging. a substance as satisfactory spend. When a business reaches a i' :::

from the field. as limestone. He hadn't observed degree of staleness or needs pepping I' ...,, IL ILy

Grady Brewer, residing near I it.Sweet up to a point where profits are, made 1 ; .

Owens, a small community in DeSoto clover used to be a pest in then the spending of money along!iX! .
the Middle West. Now it is being certain lines is good business and I. ,
couldn't what ..
he considered
get -I ; I...', 'i. !
used as a valuable hay and grazingand good advertising.A -..
a fair price for his field peas ,. i
and tomatoes last season, so he bor- green manure crop because business is either progressingor I :: ,; .. .- ::
.: OFFICIAL A. A. A. HOTELTampa's .!.
rowed a small] home canning outfit some man observed. slipping, and a forward step- is ..

and put up about 800 quarts, using Sunflowers used to be fought as often that of spending money. This: r-, .;:.

vegetables he couldn't dispose of on a weed 4n Kansas, which is now includes advertising campaigns, the!

the market. He found ready sale known as the "Sunflower State." rebuilding of show windows some- :!: HOTEL HiLLSBORO ::

'. for the canne'd product locally and Now this crop is being used as a feed times. or the liberal use of paint y.
T '':L began to get inquiries from outside for chickens and as a silage crop, all where paint is needed. And maybe :: Largest Hotel ft.y Y

.''i.' for home canned goods in quantity. because some man observed and set investment in sales people who can X i

to work to find a use for the weed. help put a businss over. A''
Unable to supply the demand he
:: Central Steam 'heatRadiosHomet:
arranged to fill the orders next season Many things that were formerly Of course, economies are to be: :i: -Fireproof- :: I

be useless in the practiced in business but the I : like Atmosphere Large Airy Rooms Spacious' :::
and is preparing togo into the thought to or way any :;: ::: I

home canning business on a larger are now being used to advantage. In pinching of dollars is not always I ::: Lobby-MezzanIne and Out-door Balcony-Bar- i; ,

scale. some industries the by-products, economy. :;: ber Shop-Beauty Parlor-Battle Creek! Turkish :1: I
He intends to plant 50 acres next which were formerly thrown away The' Herald occupies anew build- 1

season in field peas and tomatoesand are now paying operating expensesfor ing. It was built at a greater cost ..;. and Russian Baths-and many other conveniences. .:. I

In addition is arranging to take the industry.And than the same building could have + 1 I

surplus tomatoes from other so we farmers should keep our been built; that it, the same in size : ;
growers. 'tt Dinh ,Room and
eyes open to the opportunities aroundus. and in accomodations. But the :: "TOP 0' THE TOWN" { g :t E!

And another thing, we should building is made attractive by the .2.; Roof Garden ,I

New Area Closed not reject an idea just because it is use of a pretty facebrick and terra A !
new. New Ideas have been the mak- cotta trimmings, with a center piece .
:+ Cafeteria and Fountain Luncheonette :
For Breed GroundTallahassee. ing of industries and have helped to near the top of the building bearing X j

make farming a better profession.Just the name "Herald" chiseled in white .
method is stone. It is attractive buildingand We invite you to !
Another State because some sug- an I $2.50 to $6EUROPEAN I I $6 to 19AMERICAN r
Breeding Ground for wild 'life will gested which is not according to the elicits much favorable comment. :_: live at the ; :S::. I
.! I
be established shortly in the eastern way we have been accustomed is no THE EXTRA MONEY WAS WELL 's. L. B. SKINNER. Prea. HILLSBOROTelephone :
reason the method is not a good one. INVESTED. IT IS GOOD ADVER- 'f C. J. JACKSON. Mr. $ 'I
part of the State, says State Game TISING. :: M-5541 .: .

Commissioner C. C. Woodward. It .. .:. ",
,I. ...
lie along each side of State Road |
No. 30 from Vero Beach back to the The Hotel and OMf04M.4s st w..y.:o..X""X", :":":":*":*,t\.:":,(:,A i -<|A A O A A A Q>OOos
Brighton Valley
hen is not supposed to have

Kissimmee River and will extend in Dude Ranch, formerly operated by Much common sense or tact,
width a mile on each side of the
the Glenn H. Curtiss properties, on Yet every time she lays an egg
road. This acton for the conserva- lake Okeechobee north of here has She cackles forth the fact.A !t: t: $. -t:t:t*i ? as ss5 *s ts

tion of the native seed stock in the been purchased by B. H. King, former rooster hasn't got a lot Ii .?
area, says the Commissioner is tak- }1 Gain to
Jacksonville, Los Angeles and Of intellect to show, g y
en at the request of interested
many Chicago hotel operator, it was an- But none the less most roosters have
citizens in the area and of several nounced this week. Enought good sense to crow. 1 TYBEE or JACKSONVILLE BEACH? |
civic and sportsmen's clubs in the
The hotel and dude ranch is in the The busy little bees they buzz. ij STOP AT .
section. Picturesque in its .
extent, .. !
center of the 45,000 acre ranch of Bulls bellow and cows moo,

it is a favorite breeding ground not the Curtiss properties. Fifty saddle The watch-dog barks, the gander ,: HOTEL SAVANNAHSavannah |
only for but for S;
non-game :
horses are available for use of thehotel's quacks, ; :
birds, and as it nears the river i Ga.
a ft
I guests is one of the features. And doves and pigeons coo. .". .. I I
favorite haunt for turkey and deer. !
I DUCK SEASON SHORTENED The peacock squawks.spreads his tail and $ i: <:': HOTEL SEMINOLE |

The Busy Business Man ij .
Pigs squeal and robins sing, Jacksonville, Fla. g

Suitor-I would like to marry I' Duck season in Florida has been And even serpents know enoughTo t. MODERN FIREPROOF _g:
your daughter. announced to be reduced to one *
hiss before sting.
Business Man-Well, er, you leave month by proclamation of President ,:'
But the greatest masterpieceThat i '
Radio Loud Speaker: Rates Ported on Door
your name and address, and if nothing Hoover, who Issued the official de- y
nature could devise,
Electric: Ceiluig Fan Soft Water .
better turns up we can notify cree following biological survey, Will often stop and hesitate d g

:' you. which showed that ducks, coots, and Before he'll advertise. ,'. MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS gRATES

... many other water fowl were being \!

Business Was Bad seriously depleted because of the recent Ian Can Cook and Who Says An r'A WITHOUT BATH $1.50 UP \,'

Farmer Bill-I see you've reduced drought in parts of the U. S. Opposing Word g WITH BATH $2.50 UP |

the fine for speeding from 10 to $5. The Florida season on ducks opens, (Dothan (Ala.) Eagle) 5 "
| ;. Mgr. /
Constable-Yes the autoists were November 2Q and closes on December What modern bozo can't cook? ). ,

beginning. to cloy up< 19th j Ve've become .o good here lately reviTCV JSwreiretrct&Gietrc tg .:c: .i (. '