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: September 4, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I For the benefit of the Clewiston VOTED IN LEAGUEELECED Clewiston retail merchants will

I THIEVERY CALL FOR4 Cane Breakers base ball club, and for f close all day Monday, September PREPARE FOR

the entertainment of visitors Monday 7th in observance of Labor Day,

BRAND INSPECTION I a dance has been arranged at TO TAKE ,PLACE OF FT. and housewives are requested to EARLYGR1NDINGFIELD

the Clewiston Inn. it was announcedthis PIERCE TEAM FOR REST ; make all purchases Saturday for the .

OF SEASON | two days. A petition signed by all _
week by E. B, Butler, managerof
leading merchants of Clewiston was
After waiting a year for the circulated this week with agreements -
IN RIDDING COUNTY OF The services of an orchestra has chance, the Clewiston Cane Breakers 1 to close. HAVE THOROUGH

CATTLE THIEVES ."been obtained without cost to the joined the Palm Beach county base-I I I Federal employees working on the OVERHAULINGIn
-- club in order to give the entire
ball league last Saturday to dyke project will be granted holiday
Tom Geiger of Clewiston was rec- ceeds derived from the dance to the I I
place of Ft. Pierce on the remaining Monday, and all work will be sus- preparation for the annual har-
ommended to Governor Carlton to'be baseball fund. The name of the orchestra -
scheduled games. The announcementthat pended by the field crews, and engineers vesting season to take place on the
mark and brand inspec-! has not been made public.
appointed Clewiston had been voted to
I I properties of the Southern Sugar
'I I tor for the Clewiston recommendation district of Hen-'{II Manager Butler states that he is take the St. Lucie county's represen- The First Bank of Clewiston will company before Christmas, work will

dry county. The ,expecting a large number of visitors tative in the baseball league came soon be started in overhauling ma-
also be closed Labor Day, and the
i was made Tuesday by the commis- from Canal Point and Pahokee on from Chelt Pierce of West Palm post office will observe 'holiday chinery and equipment In all branches -

sioners of the county. J JI j Labor I Day to see the third game the Beach, secretary of the league, and hours,, general delivery windows be- of the company's holdings here, it

,li I Complaints registered by cattlemen Cane Breakers will play since their;John Beacham, president. was_ learned this week.
time after -
ing opened for short
only a
I of the south end of the county entry into the Palm Beach County Other teams now in the leagueare
incoming mails are distributed. Grinding will begin before Christ-
attention to.,
called the commissioners league last week. Belle Glade, Delray Beach East
mas this year, which is several weeks
.cattle thievery that has : regularly I I !Beach, ASP, SUTCLIFF, Parker and ahead of
regular schedule. Last
taken place to supply "bootleg"trade Mathison. The three teams last
: of beef to residents of the out-.WORK PROGRESSES (mentioned being West Palm Beach CLEWISTON WATER year the official season was an-
i on January 2.
:skirts of Clewiston. The cattlemen outfits.

'claim that each week several. beefs:j ( After suffering a severe defeat at GETS HIGH RATINGSTATE Before actual harvesting and
.out!' grinding can take place it will be
:are stolen and are being peddled : RESURFACING ROAD ,the hands of the Sutcliff players Sun-
I by hucksters who do not follow the I necessary for the 400-ton mill to be
I day, in the first game since
law. requiring that all marks and I I i I ton's entry to the league, Clewis-I BOARD OF 'HEALTH PUTS given a thorough overhauling to in-

brands be recorded before sale may' ROAD DEPARTMENT TO RUSH Breakers are,getting in shape to play I STAMP OF APPROVAL sure perfect working of all branchesof

_. be made of cattle or hogs. i j i SURFACING WORK TO the Mathison representatives in Palm 1 I ON SUPPLY the production department. All
stated that i tractors, cane and field equip-
Sheriff H. L. Delaney (I COMPLETION Beach Sunday and give a Labor Day I cars
} '. with the board's recommeudation -' Following an analysis of two sam- ment will be tuned for action at an
he was pleased .
game to East Beach here Monday. ]
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of Mr. Geiger, and that I Work was started yesterday resurfacing The East Beach boys rank third in ples of Clevv'iston water the state I early date so that when the harvestis
the shf/ff's forces and Mr. Geiger the Moore Haven road board of health gives it a rating of f under way no delay will be encountered -
the Belle
league, being surpassed by
would cooperate to the fullest extent from Sugarland Highway to Benbow I Glade and Delray Beach. From all "Very Good." This was made known .

in ridding the county of cattle farms by the state road department.Orders indications the Labor Day this week upon receipt of official report While harvesting employees are
I I from W. Starch. of
theives. issued by the department'call should prove interesting. The East waiting to be called into action the

According to information received!'! for the practical re-surfacing of Beach aggregation will come to Clew-! the state health board. sugar cane on the entire plantation

by the News. more than one party the highway with five inches of shell iston strongly fortified by a crowd of! The samples were taken at random'continues to grow and ripen underhe

made a business of rustling cattle I I from the Palm Beach-Ft. Myers road followers who will expect to see their I with a 24 hour' interval between the, summer sun and daily light show

for supplying the markets of Clewis- to the railroad crossing south of team take Clewiston's measure In : collections. and in the Analysist's ers of rain are aiding- rapid development -

ton. LaBelle, and Ft. Myers. Recent:Benbow Farms. Heavy traffic on this the afternoon. ,!'report he says the presumptive test i of the cane crop. Weather
for the regis-!! 'taken at the of 48 hours of ob-,
legislation provides stretch of state highway from Moore The remaining games of the schedule conditions have been ideal this grow-

tration of all marks and brands of ,:Haven to Clewiston is responsiblefor for Clewiston are: ''servation showed'fermentation, ing season, which is responsible for

cattle :and: hogs before the meat may the immediate work. Daily travel Sunday. Mathison at West Palm none; colon confirmation, none."! the earlier harvest. The water table -

be placed on the market for sale. I by federal employees constructingthe Beach; Monday, East Beach, at Clew- A bacterial count after 24 hours beneath the growing cane has

Local merchants complain that the i south-shore dike during the past iston; next Thursday the Asp's at showed only 80 in one specimen and been kept at .ideal with only slightuse

stolen beef is interfering with legitimate weeks has caused complaints to be Clewiston. '79 in the other. the report says. A I of drainage or irrigation pumps

sales, in as much as the:'I registered with the department. Al- Dropping in at the final two weeksof study of water reports of other cities which are stationed at strategic locations -

stolen property can be sold at much I' though a cut-off from this road to play the Cane Breakers have no shows ,this amount to be extremely on the sugar company's landsin

less price than the merchants must I connect with Sugarland highway is chance to cop league honors but low. Hendry, Glade and Palm Beach

pay for their beefs. :'.in the state road department's bud- will establish a berth for their teamon "From a knowledge of the sourceof counties.

Warnings will be issued to all re- get for construction it is understoodthat next season's schedule. the supply, its handling and treatment Actual repair work on the com-

tailers of meat that marks and[ this re-surfacing will in no manner and the above analytical data, pany's equipment will require only'

brands must be recorded before ac- affect the construction of the I of these samples submitted ,we would a comparatively small outlay 'of cash

cepting beef offered for sale. I proposed highway as soon as funds SUTCLIFF DEFEATSBREAKERS I say that the bacterial or sanitary to put the entire machinery in per-

are available to the state depart- ,quality of the water is very good," fect operating condition. When the

[ MILLAGE ADOPTED SHOWS I ment for its building. says the official report.Clewiston's grinding ceased at the close of the
water supply is taken
To expedite immediate work on season in April, all machinery was
A the connecting road four new trucks from pipe lines extending far out into properly stored to prevent depreciation. -

county taxes will show a I were sent for use in this division GAME OF-LEAGUE PROVES Lake Okeechobee, and is carefully Only cleaning and replacing

...... general net 'reduction of approximately under Ag Wood, foreman. Mr Wood STIFF BATTLE FOR CANE guarded to prevent contamination.The I minor parts is expected to be en-

25 per cent under the levy I stated that the work would be rushedto BREAKERS CLUB local plant is one of the few in countered in making preparationsfor

made Tuesday by the ,county completion. Late yesterday after- the state to pipe fresh, soft water in the grinding.

missioners. This dractic cut in taxes noon the crew had completed approx- Clewi ton baseball team, knownas its city lines. Ofter the water is tak-
is made possible only by heavy cuts i the lake it is given an addi- BUDGET
imately half a mile of the stretch. the Canebreakers, made their en from LEE COUNTY SCHOOL

l in appropriations in all repartments :Material used in the road con-)first appearance in the Palm Beach tional filtration and clarificationand CUT MORE THAN $;:;0,000
of the county. with chlo-
f is fortified sufficiently
income struction is being obtained from rock'County league, taking the place relinquished -
1 After careful consideration of and shell taken from drainage canalsof by Fort Pierce, againstthe rine and lime to make it perfectly Fort Myers, Aug. 31.-Showing a

and expenses the commisSion-I I the Diston Island district. Sutcliffe team at West Palm sanitary. reduction of more than $50,000 un-

: ". ers assessed the Beach last Sunday and met defeatto der last year's figures, the school
General revenue ......"."_' 8 mills FORMER CLEWISTON FLYER for the coming was made
budget year
: WEST PALM REACH! GIVES the tune of twelve to nothing.It .
Outstanding ALMOST TOO HIGHMll"DEDISometimes at the office of J. polin
<." I public
ball to the
: was a good
indebtedness .... 1 1-2 mills I
English county
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seventh inning when Suitcliffe
of I
.. 1 mill there is a case an
t 1' :.,.'. Publicity .mu..n. I Clewiston leaned Pete Wilson fora new budget provides for
' ,:. County Road & Bridge 8 mills I I played the second ball up against aviator's high ambitions and ideals last
The budget year
.: in the Palm Beach total of Pete not 29240280.
game County eight runs. was him to too far from I
Forfeiture... 3 mills i leading stray
> Finds and Sweeping
: :_ (I amounted to $342,823.63.
League with Parker team altogether the blame for this as the the earth to be of service. i
, : d. ..:,.":.'. Court House Interest Palm Beach here this home boys made few behind reductions were made in almost
I I a errors with Neil)
.. ofvest'l almost the case
':.:"-/ & Sinking .......______. '10 mills This was of the school sys-
: :: defeated 7 to 4. The him. Sutcliffe scored in every department
was run
, '.:: .; >- Public Schools _........... 10 mills s I one Stewart, former Clewiston flyer, who i!tem with the amount appropriatedfor
I. 4 and 4 until the eighth inning the first inning. two in the second with companions went aloft over
: ? two
: =ti" < dropof
',.} teachers' salaries showing a
"+" when Parker squeezed in one run. and then there was no more runs last to watch for the arrival -,
.:. Total levy .__......... 41.5 mills Cocoa week This was brought about
:': and two more in the ninth.:!, made until the seventh inning. of the giant air liner, DO-X and $25,600.
; <.' reduction in number of the
.J .f One of the features of the The Canebreakers were unable to to herald its approach to the east '

'[;:;f>'; Fish Season Opens i},[was a brilliant one-handed catch game by connect with the delivery of Grant, I coast city to the waiting throngs be- faculty. No salaries have been cut.

the Sutcliffe pitcher. who held themto
I McCann of the West Palm Beach low.
,:::, \ With Large Catches (team. O'Neal of the same team also five measly hits, of which Gene Expecting that the monster air Flood Board AppointsA.

made a pretty catch when Hooks hita Reir got two. craft would sail high in the clouds W. Young SecretaryWest
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( There a good bunch of Clew-
".' ', Moore Haven Democrat) long fly to deep right field, the was Stewart left the ground half an hour
." ( I.ball going througgh a tree before the iston fans over at West Palm Beachto before the DOX was scheduled to
Fishing on Lake Okeechobee catch was made.Clewiston witness the game and while little be sighted over Indian River. His I Palm Beach, Sept, 1.-The

opened officially for the fall season j unable to disappointed in losing the game, Waco plane circled high over the Okeechobee flood control board
was connect
September first with a large numberof with Pitcher with enjoyed the game, and felt satisfiedthe city while he and his companions \voted this afternoon to employ State
Ligon the
crews on the lake for the first,'tion of the fourth inning when excep-they: boys will over come their nerv- scanned the dim horizon to be the 1\Senator A. W. Young as its executive -
'.' day's catch. "made uosness in their next game and first to view the ship's arrival. Fin- secretary at a salary of $2000a
" four runs off four hits. A
hauls have been reported by, the salary of its attorney -
Large make a better showing. called year, to cut
attention was
the flyer's
.,: ... of the local wholesale deal- three-base drive by Spooner in this I ally and to reduce
&. all five i(inning netting runs. The Canebreakers are scheduledto to a black spot gliding almost on $1000 a year
: two Young
t, ers and the fishermen say the lake : Forbes, the 18-year-old pitcher for play four more games this season, the river's surface near Rockledge, the pay of its consulting engineers

: is teeming with fish. I Clewiston also three of which will be played in and it then dawned on them that the by $1500 a year. .
pitched a good game.
The fishing industry annually He held his opponents to nine hits Clewiston. After playing the Park- gigantic German flying boat had selected Young recently was made manager
brings into Moore Haven and Glades ers of West Palm Beach here Thurs- a low altitude for its travel in of the Everglades drainage district
of which three
county many thousands of. dollars,I' were scratches. to Palm Beach for a inhabitants and he formerly: was executive sec-
day they viewed -
go it might be by
Parker ...... 030 100 012.-7 9 3 order that
: and furnishes employment to manyof Clewiston 000 100 000-4 8 3 game Sunday. They will play the of all east coast towns. retary of.the flood control district.

the residents of the county. \ (Continued on page 4) Stewart's Waco plane was sent The board approved recommendations' -
Ligon and Larrisey; Forbes and
Early hauls indicate that there I i Forbes. zooming downward and arrived in that a policy of economy

will be no shortage of fish this! -.. .-.-- --.- IIENDRy COUNTY ASSESSED time to notify Cocoa and to escort followed.
season. in fact, catches so far have:GOVERNOR CARLTON CONDEMNS $-1.J.1 TO WAGE TAX FIGHTTo the DO-X to the city limits on its George 13. Hills, the board's engineer -

been well above the average for north. : reported that on Sept. 15 tho
.first week catches. NORTH FLORIDA LYNCHING finance a legal battle in favor way war department would receive bids

probably I of the constitutionality of Florida's COMMISSIONERS PLAN TO fOr construction of 35,000 lineal feet
Daily shipments will be made -
; ., until the close of the season next!I Tallahassee Fla., Sept. 1.-Gov- 1931 gasoline tax distribution Hen- RETIRE $5,000: IN BONDS of the big dikes and channels whichare

spring. The market for fish usually :ernor Carlton today said his investi- dry county was assessed $444 by; part of the project of protectingthe

low with gation into the lynching of two negroes the steering committee of the 52 It sanction may be had from the Lake Okeechobee district from
season prices
opens every '
_ near Blountstown Friday night smaller counties who have banded bond trustees and state officials, floods.] The dikes will be erected on
beginning to advance in October.
!had convinced him the affair was together to protect their Interest in Hendry county commissioners: voted the southwest shore of the lake. He

!"absolutely inexcusable." He said the pending before circuit $5,000 of coun- it the federal government's
BOY SCOUT TROUP TO TAKE I" a case now Tuesday to purchase said was
ROPACol would be continued in court of Leon county. ty bonds which may now be pur- intention that the flood board would

WEEK-END CAMP. :. AT an effort to learn the identity of Provisions agreed upon by the 52 chased at 57, or at a net saving to maintain these works after they were
- -" the lynchers and to bring them to county representatives call for an the county of $3850. The offer to built but that he assumed the board

:\ group of Clewiston Boy Scouts trial. He said he had received a tele- assessment of each county in pro- purchase the bonds for the countywas would try to get the federal govern-

will lave tomrrov. for Camp Tlopa- gram from W. W. Alexander of At- portion to the benefit to be received made at the commissioners meet- ment to take over the maintenance.

co ricer: Alva for a ek-end .camp, lanta, executive director of the commission from provisions of the act when declared ing 'Iuesday': R. F. Hull, represen- The hoard also certified its 1931'tax

under the supervision of Arthur on interracial co-operation, constitutional. Further pro. tative of the Municipal Investment roll and authorized payment to

King newly appointed scoutmaster commending him for investigatingthe visions call for refund of any surplus corporation. a firm of West Palm the federal government of $10,000,

d1, for the local groups. lynchng and offering all possi-I funds to the counties in ratio Beach bond brokers. concluding payment of its share of

I '- They will return to Clewiston ble assistance. He did not Comment J to amount deposited. by the individual outlining his plan to the. romContlnued the cost of the flood control project
> Monday afternoon, on the telegram. counties. 4)) '" .... fiscalCenfer ye
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS By Edson 11. Waite r Electric Clocks Have Novel Design ] State News Review

Published every Friday In Clewiston, Shawnee, Oklahoma'

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEW,
Inc. OF THE WASHINGTON (IOWA) .. ,,_ ,. '.n.4 t.
Entered as second class matter, JOURNAL SAYS: .

February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat THAT newspaper advertising is Miami Aug. 31.-The Gomez act,

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act f the life insurance of any community.Take adopted by the 1931 legislature and

of March 3, 1897.A that influence out of any townor
providing for installment
payment of
city and "the mouners move qN4
newspaper devoted to the best about the streets; the merchant delinquent taxes, was attacked in a '

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. weeps for his customers and refuses : suit filed in circuit court here'todayby

Its leading newspaper. to be comforted because they area Charles C. Jones.

not. .
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 Ii The suit was directed at E. B.

Outside of State of Florida __....$2.50* Newspaper advertising has become c Leatherman, circuit court clerk, and
such a fixed of the intricate
ought to' compel him to deliver a
Advertising rates furnished on ap mechanisms of retail commerce that !
tax sale certificate, for which Jones
plication. the wheels refuse to around
offered $68. Leatherman refused to
out the advertising It With-I
Business office. Clewiston News. ... . deliver the certificate on grounds it
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the mission of newspaper r."v. --..=. -"= :> .H-:-..........
would deprive the of right to
Clewlston, Florida. Editorial and owner
ing to tell the customer where ,to I By Barbara Waring < rt
Advertising, same. redeem under the Gomez act.
buy something that he doesn't need. -

Telephone 339 It is tho mission of newspaper advertising HAVE you seen the new electric set for the correct time and it goes The act provides that delinquenttaxes
to help a customer supply alarm clocks with illuminateddials silently to work. It never has to may be paid over a five-year

his needs satisfactorily, promptly ? They are Just out and they be cleaned or oiled or regulated.The period. and ,in equal installments

BjONDS FOR TAXES and at a reasonable price. are simply gorgeous looking. The alarm is a pleasant-voiced bell so long as current taxes are paid.Jones' .
broken that will ring at exactly the right
designers have at last away
of adver- suit recited that he offered
The columns
from the old standard alarm clock time for twenty minutes unless it
One.of the most sound methods of
tising in your home paper, or papers., type and 'have produced a time is shut off-and twenty minutes payment of 1928 taxes on a lot in a

municipal and county financing is are a "directory" to which you can keeper that adds a really charming should be long enough to arouse Miami subdivision Aug. 25, and that

being used by a majority of politi- refer with the assurance that in so touch to any bedroom. the most determined sleeper. Leatherman refused; to deliver the

cal subdvisions of the state i nthe retirement doing you will receive instructionsthat These clocks have cases of satiny This clock has another feature certificate.

of bonded indebtedness. It will expediti your shopping expedition silver alloy that will not tarnish. that is worthy of praise. The dialis

Is the practice of accepting bonds: ; tell you where to go, when, The finish reflects the color schemeof illuminated by a small concealed LABOR DAY PROGRAM AT TAMPA

at par value in settlement of taxes. and what you can do when you get the room In which it is placed, electric lamp controlled by a knobin
and the jet black base imparts afresh the back. The light can be dim
Bonds are a promise of the politi- there. THERE WILL BE NO BE- Tampa, Aug. 31.-Determined to
note of distinctiveness In de- med BO that the dial numerals are
cal subdivisions to pay a sum of WILDERMENT.: NO DOUBT NO sign they are quite modern, yet barely visible or increased until it make the big Labor Day celebration

money at a fixed date in the future, CONFUSION. THEY DIRECT YOU they will harmonize with any styleof I is almost bright enough to read by. at Tampa next Monday the greatest

and if they may be retired before IN A MANNER THAT REQUIRESTHE decoration. And, best of all, they So, in addition to being an efficient event of its kind ever staged in Florida -

the due date at a discount it is sound LEAST POSSIBLE PHYSICAL are much more Inexpensive than alarm clock, it is also a smart look- officials in charge have arranged ;-'

financing if, in accepting bonds, AND'MENTAL EFFORT AND in that electric alarm clocks have ever ing night lamp. for just about every form of amuse- .
I been before. Another interesting new develop ment and entertainment that one ..r
property may be recalled to the tax function minimize interference with
Women are not supposed to be ment IL electric clocks is a maho-
books it will assist in lowering the your "favorite phantom." could possibly think of. Organized
interested In the mechanical features gany tambour mantel model with
amount of revenue that must be paid of household appliances, Westminster chimes at a price labor from every section of Florida, 1

by property owners whose propertyhas If you expect to enter that pen of but -an alarm clock is something which is astonishingly low consi- is expected to attend this all-day

remained on the books during all pullets in the Florida National Egg- quite different, for, more than any dering its mechanical excellenceand event, which wil be held at Plant

the stress.A Laying Contest at Chipley, there is other clock in the house, it must the quality cf the cabinet work. Park, Fair Grounds in Tampa. Prin-

few years ago property was assessed not much time to lose. :Most of the be accurate and dependable. The This model has a width of eighteen cipal speaker of the day will be U.

at inflated values It was space is already taken for next year. new silver alarm is operated by a inches and a beautiful silvered dial S. Senator Pat Harrison, of Mississ
self-starting motor which can never and decorated hands. Beneath the
necessary to show a high valuationof stop or be inaccurate unless the face a handsome carving sets off ippi.

county and city property in orderto electric 1 current quits altogether.The its simple sweeping lines. This
encourage the real estate traffic. uuu1p 'tIjoorbon clock is merely plugged into timekeeper and its chimes are also '
Bonds were floated for improve- the most convenient light socket, operated by a self-starting motor. WIDE EMPLOYMENT MEETING

ments, everyone was jubilant with -
money being thrown right and left. I Tallahassee Aug. 31.-Governor

It seemed that all any town or county Carlton today said he was consider-
had to do to raise money was to BUSINESS CONDITIONS SHOW INCREASE ing calling a state-wide conference i

vote bonds. And vote them they did, }FOR SEPTEMBER 6th; 1931 ,on unemployment in Florida.

with semingly no regard that the SUBJECT: Turning to the Gen- IN i MOORE HAVEN OVER SAME PERIOD He said he had received many 'requests -

time would come when actual cash for such a conference and

must be paid to retire the bonds. I tiles.GOLDEN TEXT: "I have set thee that prominent persons had made 1

The adjusting time is here. Bondsare to be a light of the Gentiles that LAST YEAR VACANT HOUSES ARE FEW!special trips to the capital to discuss

beginning to fall due, and manyof thou shouldst be for salvation unto ; the matter with him. He said he was

them are going by default. with the ends, of the earth." Acts 13:47. considering the question but had notreached

neither principal nor interest being LESSON TEXT: Acts 13: 13-52 a decision.
you, and judge yourselves unworthyof Check ShowsNumber Of
paid. has been taken off Rom. 1 14-16.
(printed 42-52) : :
everlasting life, 10. we turn to the
the tax rolls with the land being tak- INTRODUCTION: In the syna- Gentiles." Users and Total Sales

en by the state. Property owners are Pesidia Paul I
Antioch in
gogue at It is a serious thing to put from Of Current Gain 666
realizing that no longer may they listen and Barnabas preached saying "men
the gospel, and thus become
to the smooth tongued promoterwho and brethren The God of this
"unworthy of everlasting life." (From Moore Haven Democrat) LIQUID OR TABLETS A
paints beautiful word picturesof *
people exalted the people in ,
"And when the Gentiles heard Mooie Haven is one of the few
developments. These are not here. * Headache in
Egypt brought them out forty Relieves a or Neuralgia
this, they were glad and glorified towns in Florida that boast of
When the goose had been plucked can
years suffered he.their manners in the 'word of the Lord: and as manyas I 30 minutes, checks a.Cold the first
they moved to other fields,. leavingus the wilderness when he destroyed better conditions this summer than
ordained to eternal life be- in three
were day, uncI"checks Malaria
to hold the bags. seven nations in Caanan he lieved." ,last. This fact, of which the entire
---o divided their land to them by lot '! daj's.
This was the beginning of the free town is proud, can be proven by com-
Early fall is a good time to cull and gave them judges four hundred -
out those and full dispensation of the gospelof parison of the amount of electricity 666 Salve for Baby's Colds
poor producers in the poultry years *uutil Samuel* after-
salvation to the Gentiles, and they -old and number of
flock. the consumersfor
The Agricultural Exten-
ward they desired a king God I -
sion Service at Gainesville has a bul- gave them Saul forty years and were glad to know they were to be the two summers. The' number .
favored. The words "ordainedto "'-r.L" :- aJI:
letin which will help you in this '* raised up '* David who was i thus iof j vacant houses is also an index to I III ws1u i

work. It is number 60. their king a man after mine'I I eternal life." are hard to under-II the amount of activity and at pres- :

-0--- own heart. Of this man's seed hath i stand. Peloubet says, "It is God's ent houses for rent are a scarcity. ,
ordaining that those who believe on MadaniCZ7e
INCITING (SECTIONAL FEUDS God[ raised unto Israel a Savior. ; I Statistics for the comparison of ,
Christ shall have eternal life.
Jesus. electricity used were obtained from --
-....... "Parasites." That is what The opposite ,of eternal life is eternal ;I
of records of the light plant and the
}[en and brethren, children
death which is the of those
portion '
sentative Robineau of Dade calls the : city clerk. On September 1st, 1930 BESTCHEAPEST
the stock of Abraham, and whoso-!who do not believe on Jesus Christ. .
small counties seeking their allotted there "were 156 users. of electricity ) I
ever among you feareth God, to you I and so are not ordained to eternal I Ist e.
share of the gasoline tax revenue is' the word of this salvation sent. I life." I in the city of Moore Haven, and on / I
supplied largely by populous centersof "September first this year there are :
the state. "Parasite" is a harsh "For they that dwell at Jerusalem "And the word of the Lord wa,; 178. an increase of 22 consumers. -THAT3WHYITPAYS
because knew him not
word to apply to any member of the I'in condemning they him they took published" throughout all the re Records which show the total sale ccr TO HAVE YOUR

fraternity of Florida counties and gion. of electricity month also shows
him down from the tree and laid -LAUNDERING DONE AT-
: ..
the Daily News regrets it should The gospel was soon preached ; that each month during 1931 the
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him in a sepulchre But God
come from the mouth of a man who, throughout southern Europe, including -I. ale has been larger than the corre- The Clewiston LaundryOur
raised him from the dead He was
by reason of his legislative toga. the cities of Iconium, Cor-:sponding month of the previous year.

might still be mistakenly regardedby .seen many days of' them which came inth, Philippi, Rome, and as far as ,Taking the past month as an example -
with him. We declare unto
IUP you
some as a spokesman for Dade Spain. service is
in August 1930 the total sale laundry
that the promise made to the I
county in state affairs.: "But the Jews stirred up the devout amount was $723.28. During the
[fathers hath fulfilled the same I planned to eliminate years of
Someone should, of course, explainto and honorable women, and the !past month. with practically a week

Mr. Robineau before he becomes into us."Be chief men of the _city, and raised lost on account of the fire which worry from the housewives of

eloquent on this subject again .that I it known unto you therefore, persecution against Paul and Barna-' destroyed the light plant, the sales the Everglades. Our service has

Dade, Hillsborough, Duval and other I I men and brethren .that through this bas and expelled them out of their amounted to $819.19, an increase of

populous counties of Florida can man is preached unto you: the for-'coasts." I practically one hundred dollars. proved its worth. You can depend -

never afford to regard their contig- giveness of sins: i' These "devout and honorable Based on the month of July a gain of upon our laundry work.

uous back country as parasitical.Mr. "And by him all that believe are women" were probably proselytes to nearly $300 over July of 1930' is. 4

Robineau should be told that justified from all things, from whichye the Jewish religion. The disciples shown. Our prices are reasonable. .

agricultural background, comprisingthe could not be justified. by the law "shook off the dust of their feetaccord1 The number of furnished houses

small counties at which he scoffs, of Moses." 'against them." This was in i' is not sufficient to meet the demand

is what makes possible such centersas This is the first of Paul's missionary ance with the directions of Jesus. .'and there are less than half a dozen

Miami. Jacksonville and Tampa.It of which extended i! This situation CIL.EWISTONLAUNDRY i
sermons any : "And the disciples were filled houses vacant in town. -

should be pointed out to Mr. Robi- account is given. :with joy, and with the Holy Ghost." I I is usually exactly in reverse inc.EL I
neau that there be
can no trading
"And when the Jews were gone (Matt. 10:10,15). during the month of September, as .
centers without a trading area, and PASO AVE. SAN BONITA ST.
out of the synagogue, the Gentiles Hardship.. poverty and even per- the entire Everglades section usuallyhas
that the counties which he calls parasites" -
besought that these words might be secution cannot destroy the joy of a feeling of unrest until the

actually control the growthand preached to them the next Sabbath. trust in and service of Christ.In "storm season" is past. After the CLEMSTON> FLORiDA
prosperity of the urban centers fall begins the demand for houses is I
about which he is so concerned. And the next Sabbath Day came his letter to the church at and business in all I/our Snow Laundry
Better still we should feel much almost the whole city together to Rome, Paul said: I am debtor both even greater,
lines shows increased activity.
relieved if'Mr. Robineau should refrain hear the word of God." to the Greeks, and to the Barbar- ..
The past summer has been far I .: IJ" """.z .:>>- -7Bt. ;-(=(.
i altogether from venting his Paul's sermon WAS' the message of ians; both to the wise and to the t 't.
holdover legislative spleen againstthe salvation, always rejected by some unwise." from dull. and the work going on

small and desired by others. I near here, both on the lake project Seed Potatoes
counties. Someone, forget- I Paul was "debtor" to the Gentilesas
ting Robineau's part in the recent "But when the Jews saw the mul-' a trustee holds the trust, propertyfor and other minor developments has

100-day "battle of the wilderness," titudes, they were filled with envy, the beneficiaries, as a guardian made a marked difference in the FOR FALL PLANTING

Is apt to accept his utterances as rep- and spake against those things which holds the estate for children. business which the town has experienced -

resenting a Dade constituency. Dif- were spoken by Paul, contradicting I "For I am not ashamed of the during the usual dull sum- Xo. S BLISS from certified Wisconsin "

ferences of opinion as to the constitutionality and blaspheming." I I gospel of Christ: for it is the power I mer months. : and Nebraska Stock.

and the fairness of a tax The jealous Jews denied the :Mes- lof God unto salvation to everyone, Write us for juices. Can furnish -
distribution plan will never be settled ., Mr. Boodle-I have to leave town,
siaship and diety" of Christ, and ridiculed that believeth. < I any quantitj. *
by airing personal political Paul's statement that Jesus dear. Now when the cash I have

greivances and inciting sectional bit- died to provide a means of salvation. I I Send the' Children to school on tho just given you is all gone all you J. NOONEY & CO. Inc.

terness.-Miami News. "Then Paul and Barnabas said.' first .day. A physical examinationby have to do is go to the bank and _
1'. O. Ilov 333 Jacksonville, Fla.
It was necessary that the word of the family, doctor will help to get draw out more. _

September is planting time for God should first have been spoken the children in good health before Mrs. Boodle-Yes. dear what t: .;:t: : -t.. )...!

Florida winter truck growers. to you; but seeing ye put it from they start to school. time does the bank close today? I 8. < -..- -"' -

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JUDGING THE COSTUMEBy "breezes" on the stable ovals, alone restored the confidence of

i Personal MentionA. ""t PREDICT FLORIDA Mr. Smoot told newspaper men I I northerners to the extent that' South

Lucy Belle Settle here after the meeting that the Florida had one of its best tourist

\ breeding of fine horses in Florida seasons.
The selection of a beautiful and TRAINING GROUND
:!- << would do much to encourage the "Now with the opening of the new
becoming costume is
a challenge to
If.A. agricultural activity of the state and track. the spending of .52,000,000 to
W. Sias spent Sunday visitingin any woman's art, ability, and sense
should open up large areas for the build it and the bringing into'thestate
Punta Gorda. of fitness. Dress should measure up : FOR DERBY RACESBLUE
planting of feed crops. and breeding substantial business men of the
to the accepted standards of health i
farms. Many millions of acres are north, who have and will naturally
E. L. Stewart was a business visitor modesty, and economy should con
in GRASS TURKMEN TO USE idle according to Mr. Smoot despitethe invest further, I believe that racing
LaBelle Wednesday. tain beauty in color and design. sim-,
plicity WINTER TRACKS :FOR fact that in a single year, priorto has again done its share in further-
suitability to the and
:Mr. and Mrs. G. :M. George and use. and genuineness. person THOROUGHBREDSChicago the boom period Florida's 50,000 ing prosperity In Florida as a whole,"

daughter spent Tuesday in Ft. Myers. farmers produced crops valued at ,, .......,.
Suit Personality T""h"pr.: : ;< I> .0 '::f>.1.L :
over $80,000,000 from less than
One must understand the relationof Ill., Sept. 3.Possibilities -
Mr. and :Mrs. D. B. Allen were visi- I that Florida may become a great 2,000,000 acres of land and kept on
personality to clothes In order toI
tors in West Palm Beach Sunday. i hand stock cattle worth $25.00. STANDARD PRICES
breeding state for fine horses was
appear dressed. There is no .horses and mules valued at around

:Miss Bonceil Stone and, Casey I style suitable to all types, but there indicated conference here between this week followinga I $14,000,000 hogs valued at $6,000- One Price To All
are many adaptations from which to Kentucky turf-
000 and milk cows worth than
Jones were Sunday afternon visitorsin I more
LaBelle. select. Is the wearer conservative men and Joseph M. Smoot, presidentof $200,50,000. GENTS HAIR CUTS .....__....3:> ,
or extremist? It she of the athletic the Miami Beach Jockey club. who *
"Florida has already produced ina
I type, has been here since the first of the
W. P. Stuart of Bradenton spent for i i is she suggesting exceedingly a mannish feminine style, cal-; week as the guest of Col. Matt J. single year over 17.000,000 bush- CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTS .. .23

several days this week in Clewiston ;,ling to mind dainty ruffles and soft Winn. president of the American Turf els of cereals" declared Mr. Smoot,. SHAVES ..__........_._........ 20
on business. !j association "and with the demand for feed crops
'materials? Is
she dashing and forceful SHAMTOS AlFAC ALS
,/ within the state as the result of the
Allen Powell and J. G. Holland so that she can wear striking Kentucky horsemen have been
breeders' needs for stock Incentive
a new -
spent the week-end in Ft. Myers and i j I designs and color. and still be a distinct brought into the Florida picture as would be furnished the farmer -' CIVIC CENTER

Lake Wales. i[ personality, beyond.her clothes; the result of the interest of the to till his land. -
or is she quiet and retiring? If she I American Turf association in the BARBER SHOP

Mr. and Mrs. H. ,A. Long and Mar- I is very quiet she will be entirely ,new Florida track and because of the 'Speaking of present business con-

cie Avant were visitors in Ft. Myers I eclipsed by clothes that are too men, Col. Winn, its president and Executive ditions Mr. Smoot told Chicago news- Nolon D. Conner. Prop. '

'Saturday afternoon. striking but she should wear some Director of the 'Florida papermen that he believed Florida iI'1"" SG. '" "" .....

accent! of color to add a little spar- track, many breeders of the famous would be the first state to stage a

Herbert Blate returned to Clewis :kle, which her personality lacks. thoroughbreds of the Blue Grass comeback.
ton after a'vacation of several weeks :Just as there are designs for every I state, have kept aloof in the past "The fact that some' of the most PATENTSSell

spent in North Carolina. ,'type there are colors which are I from participation in winter racing, prominent business men in Americahas your invention or patent by

particularly suited to brunettes, and but when the new track opens for joined with me in making the exhibiting your model or drawingat

F. W. of Bunnell, was 'others which are excellent for its inaugural season in the winter of Miami Beach Jockey club possible, the Second INERNATIONAL PAT-

among the out of town visitors here blondes. 1932-33, Kentucky will be represented is the best answer as to- what they ENT EXPOSITION, Sept. 14 to 27

1 several days' of_this week. Harmony Essential by many of its best known stables.It think of Florida's future. With values -' CHICAGO. Thousands of ,manufacturers -

Another requirement of good dressis was strongly intimated here'that in the north far below normal and patent buyers will inspectnew
J. T. Waldhauser and J. N. Shles-
that all the clothes which are worn .many Kentucky stables would use and every opportunity present for devices'and patents for market-

singer of Baltimore, Md., were busi- at one time should appear to belong new Miami track as a winter training them to invest here, these men have ing. Rates $1 per dap 14 days, en-

ness visitors here Monday. together. Frequently in an impulsive quarter for the famous Kentucky turned I.') Florida because they agree titling you to 14 feet. If you have no

moment a woman will buy an. attractive Derby and other Blue Grass state with me that the state will be the model, drawing or description will
Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Pruitt have re-
becoming hat. It may not racing stakes; breeders realizing that first to prosper. do. Send for free pamphlet if you
turned to Clewiston after a pleasant
vacation spent in Jacksonville and look well with the other things that the Mild Miami winters would makeit "Whatever those not in sympathywith ;; have time. If not, send $14 with descriptions -

Lakeland.L. she as but she does not think of that. possible to get their stable charges racing may say, the fact remains and drawings and we will

Next, a handsome pair of shoesis 'in top form much earlier and without that when I announced the look after your patent interests. B.

purchased. __ They are not quite the frantic speed often necessary Miami Jockey club would open for Hamilton Edison, Managing Direc-
C. Sturgis. C. L. Downs and
right for anything in the wardrobe when Kentucky experences a late racing during the winter of 1926-27 tor, International Patent Exposition.
I II George Augur spent Sunday in Lake
but they are good looking. A dress spring thereby holding up the daily following the hurricane, that fact Merchandise Mart Chicago.
Placid with a company of friends
is then selected on the same basis.
I from Moore Haven.E. I
The occasion
soon comes when the
i '.
, shortsighted buyer needs to wear her

L. Simpson of Venice, a rep- new hat, shoes, and dress. She sud- .
resentative of the Hoffman Construction realizes that r -f."' '
denly they cannot be i"li' : !
was a business visi- 1 .IIJ
worn together, and thus realizes the ;7 C', ti f..7
tor here this week. first principle of ."; 'W4<' '!I"m;
good buying, and :i.: .. !
: Sty-horsepower. '(11.. ., ___ 'l'"r'. .
design; namely things that are to > !"-.r.;. ., .
Mrs. T. B. Shelly returned to .
be worn together must be harmonious. ,
Daytona Beach with her mother, Mrs.E. : (i) ." 'Q i
E. Kelley, last week. Mrs. .Shelley dander > _' :.H.o' -iJ i\; r ,
I"L. ff...
is to return to Clewistonthe .
expected .: ,11 '. _
first of next week. EIGHT MILLIONTH .
: '
lOB" wheelbase .. '!t .

C"'II .,... Ii..J
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker left CHEVROLET ROLLS -+l' Tk
II ; ,."' :!
Saturday to spend the week end in ton ii.' err I -
FROM PLANT UNIT /z- capacityCffiEVMOlLET r
West Palm Beach visiting friends

6b. ..
and business.
transacting .

.,- Flint Mich., Sept. 2.-An antidotefor TRUCKS B B7 1i

; M. W. White, who has been sta- talk depressions and seasonal a t. t r4a 1+

tioned here as telegraph operator, stagnation in the automobile indus- ; ...;t t

left Wednesday for Lake Wales his try was uncovered ,here when the priced as low as $440* m{ : h
former home.He' was replaced by,Chevrolet Motor company turned out :''tC'11C:i: :,') '?t' "' .. ...., 'i! S .f' ,
I ...
its 8,000,000th in its less :t ; '- ;q
r M. H. McClelland of Lake Placid. car than )
: twenty years of existence. I II complete withChevroletbuilt 41''!'',,,,,,,
' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Alston were I I The "milestone" car came off the I M

11 visitors in West Palm Beach Sunday.Mr. line of the local assembly plant short- bodies, .:- '.... 1/----/ I Ir !i1
!' and Mrs. J. E. ... 7/ .IR-
Beardsley spent before
.ly noon of August 25 and
Tuesday in West Palm Befcch on I brings the number of six cylinder I @) Ii @ ."if. 1: J.;

business. ,!cars built by this manufacture since
the introduction of the larger typein Illustrated at the right are some of I Vol I J ;? ,.
E. L. Stallings, county superintendent' _
1929, to nearly three milions. the half-ton models included in :
of schools P. H. Stevenson
Five millions
cars and trucks have .
principal of the LaBelle High School, been built in less than five full years. Chevrolet's complete line of trucks-which consist m 1 /<'t'

J. H. Booth and W. P. Andrews were '- ) 1
No ceremonies attended the building of /-ton and 1-ton models in three
visitors in Clewiston Monday in the k '
of the car-a sport roadster- wheelbase F
lengths. :
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interest: of the county schools.The I other than the momentary pause of ; 1" 7/ .... s :,

: ____ I workmen who watched it graduallytake Take the question of tirst-eoet-and you learn '0 ,II 76 ... .

many friends of Mrs. M. D. a finished form as it passed that.the Chevrolet Six is one of the lowest priced F u {

Bledsoe will be pleased to learn that''down the assembly line. C. E. Weth-
trucks you can buy I : ," y1'h r..ii' .:-W mm
she is rapidly improving from her, erald, newly-appointed general man-!I ,AAf.: ; '"

recent illness. Mrs. Bledsoe was tak- ufacturing manager, had the car Investigate economy-and you discover that }; ;l' JtI"the :

en to the Good Samaritan hospitalin .brought to Detroit for exhibition to Chevrolet Six: is more economical to operate '. 1' :: fl!'

West Palm Beach Monday. other company officials. Among 7 rh N' '
than other truck regardless of the number ,
any '
those on hand to inspect it were W. .
Miss Mary Ringer, who has been of cylinders. !I' '
S. Knudsen '
president and general p'
... ,
visiting Miss Roberta George, left ;
Tuesday for her home in St. Louis. (manager; H. J. Klinger, Vicepresident Aa for speed and power, Chevrolet gives you a ( ) '" _JI@ ; M.eixcylinder
and general sales manager; J. ., r
and Mrs. R. Y. Green left 50-horsepower engine-25% .: .i '
Mr. yes- more "#: : i
jM. Crawford chief engineer and oth- ,. : '., tiVor
terday for Lakeland to atend a cele- ers. powerful than the engine in any other truck in lJrj : .. ?:.: .;, .. .)....
bration of the employees of the A. :i ; :"JG

C. L. railroad. I No exhibition tours or ,other f, e- the lowest price field. .e'-{,j 1f1t" :"' ....ti'>#..' i40.. 't
cial :
arrangements have been made r '
t And when you consider capacity, you find that t x;f r :i f era
,, ]for the car, which is now on its way, ''' '.. 'OIfk .12'V.t:
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jones were -
along with several thousand others I Chevrolet's longer wheelbase, sturdy frame and s .i\t JJ.W
-.jjj among the Clewiston residents spend-
built the same day, for delivery to long springs permit the'mounting of extra-
ing Sunday inVest Palm Beach.
an unsuspecting owner somewhere in \ :
Mr. and Mrs. Malcom W. Biggs large Chevrolet-built bodies. r \ 'reI;
the region served by the Flint, plant.
visitors in West Palm Beach
were The car followed the seven mil- Before you buy a truck for any purpose,checkup

Sunday. I lionth Chevrolet in a year and three on these facts about Chevrolet complete line of IL76i; 1

months' and is the 2,845,938 six-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Poche of Palm';'\cylinder unit turned out by Chevrolet six-cylinder haulage units. Your Chevrolet;dealer :
:TJ I'f.
Beach. former residents of Clewis- .
information -
since the changeover from a four can supply -
ton, spent Wednesday here visiting|If,i in 1929. :i .1,>>. tl <- 1v' ; II I KZ.. I l:' '1\: :<>: !>-s.:1" : ,j :

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker were -j.
I The seven milionth car was built Half-ton 109-inch 1-ton 151-inch IVi-ton 157-Jaeh (:J; ".
among those atending the Clewiston May I 28. 1930. In the period be- wheelbase chaaa1a wheeUMk chual whedbaM thii..fa Lt!: '}s

baseball game in West Palm Beach tween this and the eight millionth I dlt9\ yJ;;
135552O -59O ,
the p'Y -Io.' -
I I car. products of the company,
forged to first place in passenger car (Dual tcbeJ*925 extra) (Dual tcfuxli HantmrJ) .. ;: t. ,: : f't. .

and Mrs. Leland F. Perkins returned registrations. and took the lead I *$440 IM the price of the open cab pick-up. All truck chassis r ""j. I -'?r'1., .!! """ I ,":'I. "J. 'ft

to Clewiston Sunday to make all makes in price I.-.. Flint, Michigan. Low delivered price cud ''''' '< <> .""; 4"c,", u
among production dUr- '..
easy C.M.A.C. term. '..,to ,"l-i!
their home. They will occupy the ing recent month. Although organ-

P. A. Poche home. Mr. and Mrs. ized in 1911, the company spent Ml truck fha..l.prior f.o. b. Flint, IWehlgan. Ml truck body prtee/o. Indi-inapolit.. Indiana.Special'equipment extra
Perkins were married a short time twelve years building the first mil-

ago in Poukeepsie, N. Y. and since lion cars, that event having occuredin

that time have been visiting pointsof 1923. Thereafter the second and

interests in the United States and third millionth product followed at I CLEWISTONCLEWISTON MOTOR CO0

Canada.M. two-year intervals, and the four I

milionth came off the line on Jan.

E. Heywood of Miami, repre- 11, 1928, less than a year after the
sentative of the Hoffman construc-' third. Again in 1928, on Sept. 8. ,

tion company was transacting business another million was rounded out.

f '- here several days this week. and on June 25th, 1929, number .
jI The Hoffman company were contractors .000,000 came of the line at Flint.

I who built Sugarland High- Chevrolet Motor Co., Detroit i 1: Ji.) 'Oli; .i.o.. (.\ S W' 'rr'N'S'tJ-< : ; :) ijJtijftr'J- ) '' .; S&1l" ,. .i, qt_
1 way through Clewiston. Mich. -

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her season it is reasonably expectedthat "Man's 7 Mistakes ,
A well-known writer 'advises that
and will
now a longer season prevail.

The farmers of the Everglades are 1 i Fort Myers, Aug., 31.Canvasserstoday there are seven mistakes' which the
FOR PINEAPPLES average, man is prone to make: ,
growing the beans along scientific MEETS APPROVAL started a tour of the city seek-
lines information I-That individual advancement '-
using the best
=ing subscriptions to the public emer- i .

An example of the productivity of available as to the planting and cul- !gency fund, which will be raised hereI I can be made by crushing others. .

tivation methods. The years of experience COMMERCE BODY FINDS PUBLIC to assist needy families in which 2-Worrying about things which \..

Glades county sandy soil as well as in bean production in the PLEASED WITH USE IN |there are able-bodied men unable to I II cannot be changed or corrected.

its famous muck soil is seen in the Everglades is- each in
year resulting obtain
CONSTRUCTION 1 I employment The canvassers 3-Insisting that a thing is im-
tract of land which Miss Jane Fara- better quality beans, greater produc- will ask every employed per- possible because we ourselves are

bee has planted in pineapples at Tas- tion and better marketing.In son: to donate one percent of his unable to accomplish it.
Pahokee and Canal Point each Utilization of Florida materials in!!!
her to the fund with
mania in the northern section of the or salary minimum 4-Refusing to set aside trivial .
i i
year there is a bean festival that does the construction of public buildings : contributions of 25. cents a
county. appropriate homage to the !!and other projects througtout the I' personal preferences in order that .
string week sought a period of 20
Beginning with a tract of land anda 'state is important co-operative benefits may
bean just as other parts of the meeting with general approval weeks. It is believed the seasonal

great deal of ambition six years celebrate with Orange, Satsuma and' of the public as well as the con-"slack in employment will be ended be achieved.

ago. Miss Farabte procured a few strawberry festivals I Io tractors. This was revaled by the by that time. 5.-Neglecting to develop mental

pineapple plants of the species "Aba- .- 1 1COMMISSIONERS Florida State Chamber of Commerce refinement by the habit of cultural
Heads of needy families will be I
caha," popularly known as_ "Abaka," *following a check covering a periodof I reading.
PLAN TOnE'.rIUE ;jemployed at a rate of ?1 a day. The
from Doc Pearce of the Kissimmee $;:),000 IN BONDS nearly two years and reported.work they will do will be for the 6-Attempting to compel other

prairie. These pineapples have proven ,through the executive committee of!'city or the various garden groups. persons to believe and live as we do.

a very successful variety for this missioners Mr. Hull quoted the advantages -,that body. I Fred Lowdermilk, post commanderof 7-Failing to establish the habitof
type of soil, and produce fruit from
of retiring the bonds, which j Particular commendation was giv- the American Legion and city saving money _
3 1-2 to 8 pounds in weight.
are to fall due in 1944 at a price of The home-ripened pineapples 'are
57. The brokerage house representative 1 use of Florida materials.In charge of the workmen. THE RATIONAL MAN
much better, and juicier than the
said the bonds are already a resolution passed more thana There was little danger of anyone
shipped fruit and :Miss Farabee has
in negotiation and can be delivered year ago the board of directors of "sponging" on this fund. it was em- By J. C. Squire
found them popular at neigh-
boring markets.very However by far to the county when the deal is finally 1 the State Chamber urged the use of phasized, as eight hours work wouldbe Friend safe, be certain, you may feel

perfected. Previous quotation ion Florida materials' such as cement required for each dollar and pro-i With me to sleep and drink and
the has
greater revenue secured -
Hendry county bonds have been ,'stone, lime rock. woods and other fessional charity seekers would not eat;
from the sale of plants than
65. I!l lCLEWISTON products by contractors and builders care for the conditions surrounding I I do not want enough to steal
from the fruit. Miss Farabee has i
wherever possible.A the wage.Ablebodied. I do not care enough to cheat.I .
constantly had' more demand for the
BOVS'IX DEFEAT |I manifestation of this effort on I men who are headsof
plants than she has been able to
do not hate to
< families will be given preference. enough fight,
TO SUPERIOR SUTCLIFF NINE 1 the part of Florida citizens to coop-
supply. She has also made jam and
Families without male workers who Nor love enough, nor yet believe;
('erate with and assist Florida Indus-
(Continued from
jelly for sale. pagt 1))
East Beach team of Canal 1 try comes through the State highway.1):need help will continue to get aid And having Birth and Death in sight
A delicious specimen of the pine- Point, Why should I trouble to deceive?
the welfare board.
1 through
here Labor Day and then play body. a result the following resolution -
apple tract sent in to the editorsby ,
was their last game here September 10th'1 was passed at a recent meetingof The plan, adopted as the most log- Credit me not with tenderness,
Miss Farabee the
through cour-i with the ASP team of West Palm the executive committee of the i ical of several given consideration, Nor yet with generosity;
tesy of Miss Julia Graves. state i
worked out committee of
was by a
Beach. State Chamber of Commerce. ,
health board nurse who is much in- I Casual and cold is my excess, ? -,
local Kiwanis club. I
It is there will be WHEREAS the board of directors the
terested in the pineapple culture in hoped a large -... And pitiless my charity. ; !
section crowd out to the games here and of the Florida State Chamber ofI _
that of the
county. pull hard for the home team. Commerce passed a resolution in executive -' PALATKA TO PAY Sin does not lure me, and I find I

1 S-CENT GAS TAX This easiest: to live by rule, '
Following is a box score: I session.,June 23, 1930. urging{ ,
EATING PEANUT PORK Clewiston AB R H PO A E the use of Forida products on all! And leave adventure to the blind.

HELPS BOTH FARMERS Cothern. cf ...... 2 0 0 1 0 0 I statewide construction projects, particularly -!L!i. Palatka. Fla.. Sept. 1.-While a Vice to the mazed and fevered

AND CITY RESIDENTSBy xW. Hooks ...... 1 0 0 0 p 0 those controlled by public 1'i 1-cont gasoline tax imposed by city fool.A .

Spud JohnsonAn Nail, 3b ............ 4 0 0 1 3 2 institutions and commissions; and ordinance went into effect here today -

Best, ss .._......... 3 0 1 2 1 1 WHEREAS. it has been demon- a check at the retail stations patttern is a good thing to go
article in the August 20 issueof showed the price remained at 21 bY-if have the right
xxEd Forbes .... 1 0 0 0 0 0 strated that Florida products arc you pattern.-

Manufacturers Record tells of Rier, Ib ........_... 4 0 2 11 1 0 equal in quality to foreign importations -I'I cents, the dealers having filled their Cy Adams.

plans being made to popularize pea- Wilson, p ...._..... 3 0 0 1 6 0 of similar nature; and I tanks yesterday to avoid the imme-

nut pork. This is one place where E. Forbes, p ...... 0 0 0 0 2 0 I diate levy.A Honest aijor
his city brother help the Florida WHEREAS, the Florida State
can Bolton, 2b ......._ 2 0 0 2 0 0 I The world will be at Its best when
farmer considerably, and at the Road department has given its number of farm boys will enter
S. Spooner, 2b .. 1 0 1 0 2 0 every person will be taught a fray
same time treat himself to deli- whole-hearted cooperation and unfailing -! the at the
College of Agriculture
a R. Hooks. If ...... .2 0 0 1 0 0 I to make a living oy honest toil and
cious meat product. I support to this effort of utilizing this fall with of their I
Crosby, If .......... 1 0 0 0 0 0 ;University; par be willing to admit that the opportunity I

Peanut pork is preeminently a Alston c............ 3 0 0 4 0 0 Florida materials in the face :: expenses paid by scholarships won in is at hand. Then no man I II
Florida product, since both hogs and of determined opposition from out-4-H' club work. Is boy having could
your rightly rail nt his luck find
J. Forbes, rf ...... 3 0 1 1 0 0 I or
peanuts were introduced to the North side soucres; the advantage of this club work? warrant for crimp Ii
- -
American continent Floridaby THEREFORE BE IT RE-;
through NOW
Total ............31 0 5 24 15 4 '[
the Spaniards. However it is SOLVED that the executive committee I!
x-Batted for Cothern in 9th. I
only in relatively recent years that of the Florida State Chamber oft
the hogs and have together xx-Batted for Best in 9th. / n I II II II
peanuts gotten Sutcliffe AB R H PO A E ,Commerce go on record as highly
to form a farming combina- I I commending public and private bod-
Sutcliffe, 3b ...... 5 2 3 5 1 1
tion. However, many hundreds of .. ....... ies utilizing Florida products in construction -
Willis, c ._ 5 1 3 6 4 Oj i'
acres of peanuts are harvested by with
Bean, If ............ 5 1 1 0 0 0 projects, particular
hogs every in Florida and other commendation for the Florida State
year Grant, p ............ 4 1 3 0 4 0 I(
Southeastern I
states. Road and
Sanderson. Ib .. 5 1 1 9 0 0 ,' department;
Those "in the know" have always BE IT FUTHER RESOLVED that
G. McCampbll cf 5 1 1 1 0 0 'I
contended that properly cured the executive committee reaffirm the L
Bohn, 2b .......... 5 2 2 1 2 1 }
nut pork was more delicious than position taken by the board of directors -
A. Causier. ss .. 4 2 3 4 3 1
corn-fed pork. However, the packers June 23 1930 urgingthe
on ,
McCants, rf .... 1 0 0 0 0 0
have paid higher prices per pound for use of home products in all Flor-
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the cornfed product, because it was I
Totals ............42 11 17 27 14 3 ida construction projects. a
hard and cured firm. While the discrimination -
Clewiston ........ 000 000 000-
is not as great now as
Sutcliffe ............ 120 000 80x-11 BULLETIN CALLS ATTENTION I
formerly, there is still a differential
Runs batted in-Sutcliffe, Willis TO FLORIDA PLANTING TIME ( / _
which should be removed. If any-
3, McCampbell 2, Bohn 2, W. Cau- I. I --
thing the -
peanut pork should bring
the higher price. sier. Two-base hit-Sutcliffe. Stolen I Time to get busy on the fall and

Realizing this, the extension ser- Bases-Cothern, Nail, Spooner Sut-:winter garden" is on the lips of the : ., .

vices and marketing agencies of Florida cliffe 2, Willis 2, Grant, A. Causier.|fold:'; home garden advocate. And he '. ... <.

Sacrifice hits-A. Causier, W. Cau- isn't by himself now. Peep into a << .
Georgia. and Alabama have set \ : ; < : ;
about to popularize peanut pork in sier Left on bases-Clewiston 4.1!|!few mail bags being' received by .. .
Sutcliffe 10. Double plays-Bohn, offices. Or city
cellophane so that oiliness is no country post even
A. Causier and Sanderson. Best and post offices. What a lot of garden
longer objectionable and the pack-
age is attractive. Nail. Bases on balls-Off Grantl,seed'; And if you listen to the conversations -I Off-The-Cob Corn

Wilsonl. Pitching record- Wilson,i! in a few backyards. you'lldecide

PLAlBOARD WILL 14 hits, 10 runs in 6 (none out in'' :', those seed were not bought .
corn which will eat all all-year-'round food
by packingcorn
CONTINUE TO GUARD 7th) E. Forbes, 3 hits. 1 run in 2.1')I for bird feed.Florida's I THE I
'round, is right now be- cream-style in cans. With
FLORIDA AGRICULTURE Losing pitcher-rWilson. Umpires' department of agricul- ing put into cans. You will eat the comparatively recent adventof

Seyle and Teague. Time-1:43. I ture is frequently asked for information I roasting ears-plenty of them-all whole grain corn in cans, Uncle

Gainesville, Fla.-That the state! on what and when and how to I summer long, because it is hardto Sam now has corn-on-the-cob season

plant board will continue to HIGHLANDS SCHOOL BOARD I plant in this state. Information is convince the average American also all year 'round. These
the give ENJOINED IN SALARY CASE I given in the department's Bulletin that there is anything better than whole kernels are really "off-the-
agriculture industries of Floridathe good roasting ears-young, tender cob" but all the sweet flavor is
I'''No. 1 which has just been reprinted
best service and protection pos- and steaming hot.There is a still there because the meaty,
sible under the reduced appropria- Sebring, Aug. 31-Circuit Judge,It points out that August, September story of the Yankee doughboywho plump kernels are sealed in

tions made by the last legislaturewas Barker today granted a temporary'and October (November sometimes) sent all the way from' Paristo vacuum which preserves-far, better

indicated in a statement issued injunction restraining members of'is the time to prepare for and plant Long Island for a couple of than the doughboy's blotterall -

recently by Dr. Wilmon Newell, the Highlands county board of public -:;the fall or winter crop of beans. dozen 'ears of corn on the cob. the juices of the corn.

plant commissioner for the board. instruction from paying them-,|English peas, cabbage, collards, eggplants They came, each ear wrapped in Then, too, corn for canning
lettuce onions blotting paper, to preserve the comes from a favored section of
"The reduced appropriation" said selves the $50 monthly salaries Irish potatoes. ,
juices. the country where climate and
Commissioner Newell. "renders ne- granted under a recent act of the!I.radishes. rutabagas, strawberries; soil have brought to perfectionthe
-- legislature. ; spinach, turnips, tomatoes and several Why It's So Good
cessary a curtailment of the board'simportant ,i tenderest variety of corn.

work of protecting the The order was issued after a hearing -'I other plants of less importance. People in other countries can Picked, just when the sun, rain .
State's agriculture against new and on application for an injunction -.,Winter comes earlier in the northern not fathom the American's love and rich earth have done their -;'f7

dangerous insects and plant diseases. by Otto Skipper, Avon Park taxpayer -! counties than those further for corn on the cob. Canners, however utmost to give perfection-nat- ,f'

However, to make possible continu- who alleged the act was invalid south, which makes it difficult to understand it and for years urally .it tastes like fresh corn,

ance of the vital activities of port because of failure to advertise specify in a brief statement exact in- they have been making corn an because it is fresh.*

quarantine inspection nursery in- intention to seek passage of a local ;formation. However. Bulletin No. 1

spection and grove inspection, dras- bill. The bill affected Highlands is reasonably specific. -

tic salary reductions county only, it was said. It was in- This bulletin also contains a
have been made.In |I
keeping with the intent of the legislature troduced by Representative Lee. and : planting table for Florida truck PURE 0 C L A 0 $ O L Q DI

to curtail expenditures, became effective last month. j j i crops, which should be of untold I m

these reductions have been accepted Heretofore the members were paid value to the home gardener. It i

gracefully by the board's employeeswho $4 for each day of actual service':points out, types of soils best for var-

will in the future, as in the past which averaged from $48 to $100 a .ious vegetables, gives the amount of {rkyal. h:

continue to serve the State's interests year. seed and fertilizer, tells how to

loyally and efficiently in the hand- .plant, ect. It also carries a spray } : -
ling of an ever-increasing burden." PORT EVERGLADES TO GET j[[calendar worked 'out by specialists. M '
I wti 't': a rYYss
BOAT SERVICE SOON The state department of agricul-

THE STRING BEAN ture at Tallahassee wil send this

Baltimore, Sept. 1.--Port Ever- bulletin, as well "as others, without :, !. .{'rsk s ri Ss

Last year's bean crop in Floridawas glades, Fla., said to be the deepest charge to those who ask. Also free .

valued at $1,250,000 according harbor on the south Atlantic. has] information and advice may be secured i S

to a statement issued by the agri- been made a port of call by the from county and home demon-

cultural department of the state. Baltimore and Carolina Line, the I'stration agents and the college of

This amount was an increase of about first ocean line to make the Southern agriculture at Gainesville. ,

half a milion dollars over the income port a regular stopping point. i i I

derived the previous year, and The Baltimore and Carolina line 1 1 I The Experiment Station at Gainesville -

the growing of string beans is' just operates the boats of the old Weems has a new bulletin on miscellaneous -

really getting under way. line. I tropical and sub-tropical fruitsof

Last year no beans were gatheredas Stops at Port Everglades are Florida which Is proving of inter-

early as the Everglades is shipping scheduled to start September 18,.I'est to many readers. Postal card. re.-

tfcero: t1Wf! !!\ eek wwn an (ear The port Js 25 miles north qf Miami!, quests. vr\\(\\ bring.- free. copies, ,