The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1932
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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Fire Butler Board I WILL HAVE FULLY
SPECIAL DOPE IS Destroys Appropriates ,


believed to have started froma The sum of $262 was appropriated
BY ENTOMOLOGIST leaking water heater completely Tuesday from the funds of Hendry HERE NEXT TERM

destroyed the home of E. B. Butlerin county at a special ,meeting of the
the section of Clewiston knownas board of commissioners for the coun-
SLMPLE FORMULA KEEPS FLYING "South Side Celotex" about 10:30 ty's quota of expense of the Florida FULLY ACCREDITED SENIOR
ANTS AWAY FROM FIELD Friday night. Only a few personal commission. The state commission
,WORKERS (Effects were saved.J. Born 1931, Massachusetts; Died headed by Senator W. C. Hodges, SEPT 12.

C. Barwick and little Jimmy 1889, Texas. Governor 1885-1889. plans for Florida_ to have one of the
Prof. H. O. Lobdell, entomologistat Butler were asleeep in the house General Edward, Alesworth Perrywas most outstanding displays of any of "Plans have been made whereby
the: state experimental station in when the flames broke. They were elected governor in 1884 suc- the states. The state commission Clewiston will have a fully accredited
and fire ceeding Bloxham. The electoral vote reported that all senior high school next trem," Dave
Belle Glade said workers in fields roused by the stifling smoke recently practically I
there had been considerably annoyedby had gained too much headway to of the state was cast for Grover of the counties in Florida have either I I G. Alston, Clewiston school board
Cleveland, first democrat to be elect- their have includedthe member said yesterday. Plans had
flying ants that have been noticedin be checked: before complete desturc-i paid quotas or
the Everglades especially duringthe tion had taken place. Mr. and Mrs. ed presidinet since 1856. Perry was amount in the budgets for 1933.It I been made to provide for a small
born at Richmond, Massachusetts, in unit addition to the present buildingto
past two weeks. To concoct some Butler were attending a dance when is estimated by the commissionthat
repellant for these pests, Mr. Lobdell the alarm was sounded. 1931 graduated from Yale, came to millions of visitors will see the I house certain necessary depart-
and others at the experiment station The fire is the third to occur in Alabama in his youth taught school, displays which will be a part of the I ments of the senior high school next
studied law and in the "fitful 50's" term if: the bond issue voted last
made a mixture of: 1 part oil of Clewiston in a period of 16 months. world fair exposition in Chicago in I II
the removed to Pensacola. He startedthe 1933 and the value ofa week had passed. However, since
citronella; 2 parts of pure cedar oil; The house was the property of advertising
and 2 parts of spirits of, camphor. Clewiston Company. A small policywas practise of law and immediately display could not be duplicated in the issue was definitely voted down,

This mixture, he said, reduced the carried by Mr. Butler. impressed his ability and personalityupon any other form of advertising.GAS 1 I'the school officials are planning to
that city and the growing state. rent a dwelling house which will be
annoyance of the flying ants by a
marked extent. :FORD DEALERS ATTEND His sympathies were wholly with CONSUMPTIONA I I used chiefly as a laboratory for home

Although the main business of the MEETING IN FT. MYERSW. the South in the war between the economics and kindred subjects dur-
entomologists of the experiment station States, enlisting in the Federal army, total of 47,814 gallons of gas ing the coming term, Mr. Alston
oline was sold in Hendry county dur-
i is not to devise "bug dope" it H. Webb, local manager of the wounded before Richmond, and com- said.The
. ing the month of June, according to
school will be
comes in their line of pest control to Glades Auto Sales, Ford dealer, and missioned a bridgadier general by I I Clewiston open
assist in lessening the activities of Bob Waldron, shop mechanic, were the immortal Robert E. Lee. a tabulated state statement recently sent'I September 12 with a full corps of
out by the department of ag-
all kinds of insects.Mr. called to Ft. Myers Wednesday to During his administration as the I I competent teachers in all depart-
riculture. In the same period a totalof
and school trustees and
Lobdell several attend district meeting of Ford ,ments,
who has given a thirteenth governor of Florida a con-
4.782 gallons of kerosene was sold. the board forwardto
talks to the Clewiston Garden club repairmen. stitutional convention was held. It county are looking
this the
in county, ,report showed.
here, said yesterday that in some Harold Johnson, foreman of the was attended by such well known citizens The total gallonage for the state II[ one of the most successful terms
in Clewiston. M.
sections, the laborers had to divide Ford dealership here is in Jackson- as William N. Sheat, Alachua I ever experienced
in June is shown the table 16222,240
on as -
their time almost equally between ville today attending a school of instruction county; W. A. Blount, Escambia I G. Langford, last year's principal, <
of gasoline and 1,547,672 will the helm of the
be at
these ants and in Ford mechanism. Heis,, C. Love Gadsden again
fighting flying doing county; E. county; gallons of kerosene. These figures
their assigned duties.In expected to return to Clewiston earlynexf John T. Lesley, J. P. Wall and S. E. do not include gasoline sold to federal .I[local school assisted by experienced
reference to the repellant for week. Hope, Ilillsborough county; John C. teachers.
governmental agencies, free 0(1 I The county board will meet in La-
flying ants. the entomologist said Pelot, Manatee county, and W. B. tax.
: Belle further consider
all of the ingredients, for his formula Randolph. Orange county. A new I Wednesday to
could be purchased at any drug store Greynolds Says Road constitution was adopted which em- A. R. Richardson, field man for I applications of teachers now on file.
is of the few
and was easily mixed in any home. braced many important measures. In the Trustees for the Internal Improvement Hendry county one
In applying the mixture it is ad- Work will be RushedWork 1885 Confederate veterans were pen- Fund, was appointed sup-] counties in Florida whose teacherswere
in full the last
vised to sprinkle a small quantity on I sioned. erintendent of the new state prison paid during

the sleeves, and if the worker is of completing the hard suf- I Disasters marked Perry's administration farm near Belle Glade school term, for this reason applica-

going in the fields, it is suggestedthat facing of the state road from Clew- -a freeze and an earthquake. tions for places in schools of this

a piece of cloth'" 'be sprinkledwith iston to LaBelle will be started the January 8 to 11, 1886, the therm- county are numerous.
the mixture and this attachedto first of next month. A. O. Reynolds ometer dropped to 15 degrees at Plan New Store and

the brim of the hat so it will, give contractor, said Wednesday when he Jacksonville, coldest since 1835. The Clewiston Juniors Get
protection to the neck and shoulders. was in Clewiston. ItI lis estimatedthat Charleston earthquarke was felt at Show for ClewistonPlans

the road will be completely fin- Jacksonville and Palatka, 9:45 p. m. 14-1 Win Here SundayOnce
ished in 40 or 50 days, he said. August 31, 1886, causing the water for building a new modern
Hortman Booked for
The contract calling for completedwork in Lake Jackson, middle Florida, to drug store and moving picture thea-

was awarded to A. O. Grey- disappear, although it refilled later. tre on the lot adjoining the First again the Moore _Haven junior -
Legion Dance Aug. 9 nolds & Co. of West Palm Beach at Shocks were, felt as far south as Bank of Clewiston were announcedthis baseball team fell before the

the meeting of the state road department Sanford (Mollonville) and Orlando. week by D. G. Alston, of Al- onslaught of the Junior Cane Breakers -

Puss Hortman's orchestra has been late last week. Approxi- Added to freeze and earthquakewere ston's. Inc.Detail brand of ball. Sunday the lads

' '\ booked to furnish music for a danceat mately $40,000 will, be used in giv- fires at DeLand, Key West and plans for construction have from Moore Haven journeyed here

the Clewiston Inn, Tuesday, Aug. ing the stretch the required surface. St. Augustine. not been definitely settled, Mr. Al- ready to down the Clewiston juniorsbut
9, E. B. Butler, dance chairman an- Osceola. Lee, DeSoto, Lake, Pasco, ston said, but it is planned to erecta returned to their homes with a
nounced early this week. The orches- BOARD TO MEET AS EQUALIZATION and Citrus counties were created; stucco building on the site in the loss of 14 to 1. while the young

tra was unofficially announced as GROUP AUGUST 16th County courts were re-established; very near future and provisions will Breakers continued, their practiseswith
having been engaged to play here Rollins College was founded in 1885at be made to add a second story to a firm resolution to duplicate

last Friday, but due to conflicting The Hendry county board of com- beautiful Winter Park; Stetson the building to provide rooms for their victory in Moore Haven Sunday.

events the affair was postponed until missioners will meet at LaBelle on University was chartered at DeLand, professional offices. I The Clewiston juniors attribute

August 9 In the announcementssent Tuesday, Aug. 16 to sit as an equal- and famous hotels were constructed. Part of the equipment now being their success to the errors make by
out this week, he says, "there ization board to hear complaints to Henry M. Flagler built a string of used in Alston's will be moved to I the Moore Haven youngsters as wellas

will be no foolin' this time, Puss the tax assessment roll which will palatial hostelries on the east, coast the new location and supplementedby their own ability to make hits.
Hortman's orchestra will play." be submitted at that time. The date and in 1890 Henry B. Plant, another new, fixteures to give Clewiston Charles Roberts and Junior Thomas -

The dance is to be sponsored by for the equalization meeting vas imperishable builder, built the unique one of the most modern drug storesin and Flattie Mathis and Wilson

the Clewiston post ,of the American made Tuesday at a special meetingof Tampa Bay Hotel. the Everglades, Mr. Alston said.ClydeMallory Gantt were the batteries.of .
Legion. .1 the commissioners. Notes: The office of Lieutenant

Governor was abolished; WilkinsonCall I
succeeded himself as U. S. Sen- Agent Tells

Improved Business DisplayedIn ator; Port Orange was a thriving

place; Congressman Charles Daugh- Build I
Clewiston Kiwanis to
erty was elected to Congress from
Different Parts of Nation
that town; 32 state senators and 68

representatives served in the legis-
Ralph J. Vervoort, general agent persons had visited his studio to
lature; Perry died in Texas, October
The following items gathered from] ing to operate at full time. 15, 1889. for the Clyde-Mallory line, of :Miami, view the famous window as it stood
newspapers of the nation show a ***i 1\|*** commanded the Clewiston Kiwanis against its frame in the bare room.It .

_ slight upturn in business conditions Buffalo, N. Y.-Steel production in Francis Philip Fleming club and all other civic organizationsto was truly a work of art. However

/ scattered through all parts of the the Buffalo district was reported at Born 1841, Duval county; died live up to their mottoes and doc- one careless visitor stumbled and

-r:, Uriited States.' 19 per cent of capacity as comparedwith December 20, 1908, Jacksonville. trines of building and serving in an fell against the colorful result of the
Richmond, Va.-A thousand work- 11 per cent for last week. During Governor 1889-1893. inspiring talk before the luncheon artist's efforts, and with one,resound-

ers, unemployed for many weeks return the past week, flour productionhere Francis Philip Fleming, native club here Wednesday night.In ing smash it crashed into thousandsof
with the Export Leaf Tobacco was 75 per cent of capacity. Floridian, was inaugurated governorof a forceful manner the speaker pieces. It sickened him to see
Company incresasing its payrolls 100 ***!11!*** Flprida. January 8, 1889, and related instances of the world, the his days of labor strewn on the floorin

per cent and the Dupont Rayon plantat Springfield. Ills.-The state high- served well and faithfully, the state nation, the states, the cities as being small bits of glass. He was done;
Ampthill resuming operations. way department announces 8,400 making tremendous forward strides. "in a mess" but not to the point of no longer could he work. While the
***H\*** men are at work in Illinois on high- The year before Fleming had been exciting fear. In commenting on the thousands of visitors mourned the

Chicago, Ills.-Patrick H. Joyce, way construction jobs, a considerable nominated on the fortieth ballot by causes of a .world wide depression he loss of the priceless work of art, and
president of the Chicago and Great increase over recent months. the democrats in convention at St. summed them up into one word "ex- looked with saddened eyes at the vacant -
.. Western railroad, reports crops along ***i 11|*** Augustine. In the fall election he cess." The cycle of the world's ac- window in the cathedral where

the road's rights of way in the best New York-Stock market prices was opposed by republican candidate tivity is like a pendulum, he said, the painting was to have gone, there
conditions in years. A substantial I I surged to new highs Wednesday for Shipman. Fleming received 40,255 it !had gone to one extreme and now stepped from the multitudue a young
increase in railroad traffic, especiallyif :the summer recovery; many issues votes, the highest vote cast for gov- it is hovering toward the other. The artist who conceived the idea of
farm prices are good, was predictedby gaining two or three points, while ernor up to that time. Shipman received needs of the people at the present gathering 'the broken particles of
Joyce. U. S. Steel preferred regained a four 26,485 votes. In the' elect- time especially are poise self-con- glass and re-constructing as nearlyas
***|11 i*** 'I point loss. Coffee and cotton also ion there were two sets of presidential trol, patience, balance, temperancein possible, the beautiful window.
Chicago, Ills.-United Air Lines advanced. electors, the Cleveland electors all things, he said. After months of laborious efforts
report all coast to coast airplane II|1\\| winning over those for Harrison. The "We have had a depression, a very the re-constructed painting was finished -
passenger records broken ,last week' Chicago-Wheat prices were brisk Harrison ticket was headed by E. R. successful depression," he said, "one i and installed in the cathedral.
with the transportation of 225 pas-'I with gains of two cents in most deliveries Gunby, of Tampa. Governor Flem- which has made us get down to busi- I and declared to be more beautiful
sengers daily in the system's lines. ; other grain and commodity ing Was born September 28, 1841, at ness and take an interest in our than the original from which it had
II prices rising in sympathy during the Panama, Duval county; served in fellow-man." He read an editorial been made.A .
L' Hammond, Ind.-Large orders for session Wednesday. the Confederate army and commissioned taken from an Amarillo, Tex. paper similiar situation confronts us
catalogues, school books and other ***|II|***f a lieutenant; became a prom- which was'reprinted in the Clewiston"today, Mr. Vervoort intimated andit
products-sufficient to warrant increasing Hartford. Conn. The Connecticut inent lawyer at Jacksonville in 1868 News issue of June 24 which began: is our province to gather the broken -
the operating personnelare chamber of commerce reported aftera members of his family admirably "I like the depression. No more fragments of sound business and
reported by the W. B. Conkey survey of the state's 16 largest carrying forward the profession to prosperity for me. I have had more|sound living, and from them moulda
Publishing company. cities that improvements were notedin the present time. While Governor, fun since the depression started more glorious world.
***H*** postal receipts, bank debits, electricity Colonel Albert W. Gilchrist was on I than I ever had in my life. I had I The Clyde-Mallory agent was pre-
Grovenordale, :Cqnn.-More than consumption, cotton consump- his staff. Gilchrist later became forgotten how to live, what it meantto ceeded in his talk by Capt. L. G.
500 looms started in the Grove- tion, automobile and life insurance governor of Florida. have real friends, what it is to Lewis and Maj. Harvey Payne, of
nordale mills, and officials said night .sales. Bankruptcies decreased. Phosphate mining met with wonderful eat common everyday food. Fact is, Miami,
forces would be added soon. ***H*** developn1'"ent during Fleming'sterm. I was gettln' just a little high hat..."| The key thought of the Miami
***ii***, Freeland, Pa. Freeland's ribbon This mineral wealth of the With an accurate choice of words speakers at the Kiwanis luncheonwas

Webster, 1\Iass.-'Vork was give works, idle for several months, resumed state had been unknown prior to Mr. Vervoort told a story of a gifted a better understanding of ouo'a
to at least 200 persons with the Tiff- operations and officials an- 1884. Phosphate, like citrus fruit, artist who had painted a beautiful fellow man and the cooperation in
any Woolen plant ot Berryville start- (Continued on page four) (Continued on page four) window for a cathedral. Hundreds our efforts to build.





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The Clewiston News SUNSPOTSA
It's good to be a boy again. And bo Late Wisecracking Johnny briskly step-
Published every Friday in Clewis ton, It's possible! for everyone to roll ped into the eating emporium of ChangingVorld

Florida by the CLEWISTON: NEWS, back n. few years of the calendar and 'fl: Gabby Gus', ordered his customary "Prohibition's certainly changing:
Inc. give Father; Tim a huge laugh. To : : &o Classify dinner of steak and French fries and this little world of ours." j

get the thrill of youth does not mean let his mind race on thinking of'I "Yes. Bill, in the old days a man' / *
Entered as second class matter you have to drink some magic elixirof By RUSSELL KAY some wise crack he could fire back.got so drunk he didn't dare go home. *-

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office life-be rejuvinated.But Scrmry, Florid PrtM AuorMon at Loquacious Lou, the waitress. Now he gets so drunk at home hes
at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act it does not mean that you must Lou served the food and then doesn't dare go out."
of March 3, 1897.A exercise an inner power over your- dangling across the back of Johnny's
self-dust the cob webs from your And now John Kilgore Is all cross chair asked, "Well, how did you find I I Inhuman Punishment

newspaper devoted to the best brain.-and from the bank of the and pouty about the way the election your steak?" The very question I II I "
Interests of Hendry County, Florida river of life watch the merry crowd went and wants to divide the state. Wisecracking had hoped would come "I have come here, said the angry

Its leading newspaper. of boys and girls paddle along the There's a brain throb for you. DI- forth "Easy" he popped, "I just man to the superintendent of the
same path you, yourself have painfully VIDE the state and multiply office 'looked under the potatoes." I I railroad, "to get justice sir. Yesterday -

Subscription rate: per year$2.00 plod through the years. holders and taxes. But if we're going I Business is the same as the steakin I as my wife was getting off

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 It's good to be a boy again. It's : to go in for vivisection, let's do Gabby Gus' eating emporium. Aska lone' of your her cars dress the and conductor tore a stepped yardof -
good to watch the young as theygo it right; while we're cuttin' and lazy man how he finds business, on "
Advertising rates furnished on application about playing the same games we I slashin' we can create a North Flor- and he will probably give you the frilling off the skirt.

played as youths. ida, a South Florida, a West Florida retort that it is terrible-or that \;'s I The superintendent remained cool,
Regardless of the location of your and East Florida, a Central Florida, : not so good, or some other equally I"Well, sir," he said. "I don't know

Business office. Clewiston News, youthful days. you can see a modified then if we got any hunks left over I flat remark. But ask the man who I,I that we are to blame for that. What
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and duplication in the activities of we can run 'em through a meat is energetic, who believes in his ido,'' you expect" us to do? Get her a
the boys around you. chopper and complete the picture business, who believes in his community 'new dress?
Advertising same.
Those of us who were raised in with the State of Insanity.But and he will shoot back a''I "No, sir, I don't intend to let you

mountainous country, where rolling at that it would go a long statement that he finds business by off so easily as that," the other

Telephone 339 hills and rushing brooks made our way: toward solving our unemploy- getting out and working like the mah replied gruffly. He brandished

play ground, can see evidence of the ment problem, and think of the fun very Old Scratch. I In his right hand a small piece of

STATE ROAD 25: brotherhood of youth as we watch we'd have buildin 'a flock of new Business conditions will recover'silk. "What I propose to, have you
the health: sun-browned backs of state capitols, reform schools, peni- when everybody quits mouthing hard'do," he said, "is to match this silk.: "

With the possibility that State Florida boys going about their daily tentiaries, INSANE ASYLUMS and times and "looks under the pota-
road 25, between Clewiston and the I POOR HOUSES. toes." Old High Finance-

Lee county line, west of LaBelle,, play.Riding along the highway east of''. Well if John Kilgore ever decidesto I Frenzied finance is not exclusively -

might be paved by Federal aid funds Clewiston the other day the writer's run for office he can have my I FEDERAL AID 1 a habit of recent years. At the

let us take a look at the propositionto attention was diverted from the business vote for Superintendent of Public 1i i Riggs National Bank in Washingtonsays

determine whether or not such of life by the popping soundof Destruction. 1----1; the Popular Magazine, there is

work is wise and timely. bare feet slapping down the high- If there ever was a time when carefully guarded a proof of the
The road bed on this road, for way as a "gang" of young boys has- this state needed to stick TOGETHER ty schemers who are seeking to beata foregoing assertion.

which the state has just recently tened to their swimming hole. The and pull together, it's right now. number of the little counties out I I I! Regarding the proof there Is told .

let contracts amounting to $40,000,, smiles on their prespiring faces We're 'messed up enough as it,stands of their long awaited necessary roadsare this story: '

has been completed and there remains brushed back the cloud of worry with 67 counties, without invitin' setting up federal aid as a I| One winter morning Henry Clay

only a little top dressing work' and recalled days when we, too, had more trouble.If straw man at which to aim their i finding himself In need of money,
to make it complete in every detail. treked a mile or two at the end of we could just cut out about editorial propaganda. For the purpose -I went to the Riggs bank and asked

The price for the 24 miles is not day to some secret pond to splashin half of 'em we'd be a whole hockof of making their argument sound||for the loan of $250 on his personal

exhorbitant. waist deep water with others of a sight better off, and we could attractive they misrepresent federalaid note. He was told that while his

Since the road bed has been com- our gang. buy a nice tax receipt with the three as a promise of "something for I credit was perfectly good, it. was the
pleted and is being used by scoresof We knew of Florida then. But dollars we'd save. That's more than nothing." Nobody ever makes that I inflexible rule of the bank to requirean

automobiles each day, and to allow knew it erroniously., We had the most of us are able to do now.I assertion seriously. Federal aid is indorser.The .

the road to continue in use with impression that we pittied boys our know it would be a lousy trickto not getting something for nothingbut great statesman hunted up

out necessary covering would causeit I age far down in the heated state of play on a flock of happy care it is getting paved roads for Daniel Webster and asked him to
to deteriorate in a few ;years, the! Florida where the sun poured forth free office holders and their kinfolks half price and in these times, or any indorse the note.

work on the road is certainly not I its full 'energy.. We were happy in but why should you and m e other, that bargain is not to be "With pleasure," said Webster.

untimely. knowing that we were more fortun-I and a few other poor tax payers be,: sneezed at. "But I need some money myself.
If it becomes necessary to desig- ate than they. We had cool waterin called on to do all the starvin'-to The roads in this state are built I Why not make your note for $500

nate the road as a part of the fed-. which to swim-we had hills to death, don't misery love company?: with the money which the automo- and you and I will split it?"

eral system. do it. Why quibble I climb- thickets to explore while If we could get it down to about bile owner pays as gasoline tax.I This they did. And today the

around about the name of the thing: they: had only wide open spaces, or 25 or 30 counties we'd have plenty The federal government enters into I note is in the Riggs bank-unpaid.

when the main objective of thosein 1 dense jungle, torpid waters infested and everybody would be just as happy a partnership with these auto own-

favor of the road is to get the I with alligators and mocassinsanda and contented, savin' a few birds ers to pave roads which are designated Handle With Care

road in perfect condition-regardless blistering sun-we thought. that been helpin' to populate the as federal highways. That The mistress of the house was ex-
of the name. Now, as we saw these healthy court house. partnership paved the Tamiami Trail plaining the household duties to the
The contract has been awarded, tanned backs glistening in the af and built the Edison and Collier I new maid.
But don't sit nights waitin' fort
and it is earnestly hoped by resi-] ternoon and the unrestrained smile up bridges. What was wrong with accepting -i "This, she said in awed tones, "is
to happen it's a darn sight easiermakin'
dents of this section served by the I brightening their faces, we wonder federal aid on those pro- a very valuable Persian rug." She
cross state road that the work will: -were we so fortunate, after all. new counties than it is tryin'to jects? The road had to be paved, paused and added: "I want you to be
put 'em together again, and Iain't the bridges had to be' built and if
be urged on with all practical speedso very careful when you clean it, as
that the major cost of the road sure but that there's a law the government hadn't helped the
STATE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORMFlorida's : it is very old and has been in the
bed will not have been lost through against even thinkin' about such a Florida motorist would have had to! family for many generations."
thing let alone speakin' right out I
the entire cost.
wasting i
away. The new maid nodded understand- ,
democratic -
state execu- ,
about it, anyhow I still insist, it'sa It is charged, without an item :"'"
tiye committee, in a meeting held potent idea, but so is a trip to the ingly.
of proof, that federal aid encouragesthe
MILK, THE DRIXK OF HEALTH"If in Jacksonville Friday adopted a "I can quite see it's old, ma'am
MOON and gettin' there is something -
states to build unnecessary roads
state party platform, the first since she replied, "but I dare say we can
else. That isn't true because government'
make it last the slummer itwe're
June 1900 which is Well worth the
you would live to.a ripe old ,
aid available only for designatedU. I "
age, be careful of diet is the careful study of every citizen of this careful.
your But all BRAINSTORMS aside, S. highways and these are the
statement o1. medical authorities who state. have you noticed how prosperity has north and south and east and west
have agreed that the diet is the most The planks of the platform are No Account?
been cautiously peekin' around the trunk lines, every inch of pavementand
important factor toward a long and terse, and cover a wide range of corner lately. Careful, don't look every bridge and culvert neces- Assistant: "Have you no account
matter. The points mentioned are with this house, madmam?"
healthy life.
if to adequate state highway
now, the old boy knew anybodywas sary an
A step In the right direction of by no means new to the minds of payin' any attention to him, system. The "unnecessary" roads- Customer: "No, but maybe I can
sanitary milk requirement was madein Florida citizens who have individually arrange matters with your manager. -
he'd probably lay down and play and a good many necessary ones
the 1931 session of the legisla- voiced such sentiments for the' ."
dead again. like the cross state highway for
ture when laws past few years. Assistant (to :) "A lady
were passed requir- But just between you and me, he instance-are not eligible for fed- manager
ing all milk to be up to a certain We quote in part, the platform eral aid.There. of no account to see you, sir."
ain't as far gone as we thought and I
standard before adopted by the state committee:
being recognizedand isn't in the world
here's a little secret, he's not gonna a reason
properly marked in plain letters.It . We favor the further reduction bust out all of a sudden where the why the state shouldn't take every that the purpose of this proposed

has long been recognized that of state taxes through the[ meth- whole country can see him. He's: penny it can get of federal aid and road building holiday is to take

state-wide minimum requirementsunder od of spending less money for gov- been flat on his back for a long time do it as promptly as possible. It is away from the motorist even that

state supervision was not the ernment. and he'll be takin' it pretty carefulfor the best kind of good business. Andit which he hath. You don't hear these
. channel through which the milk "We favor the consolidation of awhile. is nobody's business, by the way, big county propagandists demandingthat
problem should be !'handled. The boards, bureaus, departments and
What he's plannin' to do, I under- but the automobile owner's. He, we quit building roads so that
milk situation structure is so frag- positions and abolition of all public stand, is disguise himself with a and not the general taxpayer, is the the gas tax can be reduced. No, what

ile that only close continuous super- positions that can now be dispensed false beard or something, and sneak fellow who puts up the money to go they want is to use it for general

sion can insure the sage operationof without imparing the efficiency in off down to Florida for a few months into partnership with Uncle Sam to purposes so that property in Tampa,

any: milk producing or distribut- the operation of all governmental ac- where he can start in slow and get build some roads. And roads are all Miami, and the big cities will get

ing plant, even though equipped tivities. his strength back.If he gets for his money. Moreover, the full benefit of the gas tax col-

with most modern improvements, in "We approve the strictest econ- we're smart we can be enter- without federal aid, he gets back in lected there. They have their roadsj_

thehands of the ignorant, carelessor omy in the operation of all govern- tainin' the old boy and get on the roads less than half of what he pays and they aren't interested in Fort'

unscrupulous operator. It wouldbe mental activities. good side of him. while the rest of out in gasoline taxes. Of the seven Myers and LaBelle. Our gas tax
impossible, if not undesirable, to "We condemn the activities of the country worries along with the cents which the state levies only payments went to build the roads
provide enough inspectors to insure idea that he is still "around the three cents goes for roads. The I into the big cities. As matters
statewide compliance with any milk "We favor state advertising for rest, and his tag money to boot, has stand theirs will now go to completeour
sanitation grades. There would also tourists, settlers and industries, realizing been diverted to the schools, to roads. So they want to quitto -
boy won't they -
that the chiefs Floridaare
needs of
be the duplications, annoyanceand him maintaining the legislature in the declare a holiday. The smaller
when they wake up and see
chaos encountered in the industry more people and more industrialand sittin on our front porch smokin' style to which it has accustomed itself counties with uncompleted links in;
: when subjected to so many in- agricultural activities. and to more things than we their state road, systems will indeedbe
a Hav-A-Tampa and tryin' to make
spections. There are some milk "We favor also, such other meas-
can keep track of. simple minded if they: fall for
his mind whether to bury the
distributors will tend to relieve the up
in the state today subjected ures as pres-
Now let it be clearly understood that. Ft. Myers News-Press.
DEPRESSION or cremate the darn
to as many as three senerate ent conditions of unemployment and .
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sets of. inspectors: each of whom hasa restore prosperity to ,,Florida." thing.

different interpretation of what
his individual department thinks LOOK THIS UP IX YOUR BIBLE
the most desirable system of milk
sanitation. In such cases you can- Benjamin Franklin did not think Here's one George Hosmer dug up:

not blame the Iryman from going much of the selection by the founders A well known Gulf coast businessman
"haywire. of the Republic of the Bald Eagleas l received a wire notifying him
The better way to handle such our national emblem. In this, of the birth of a grandson. His wifea

matters, and one that is to be sought Dr. Franklin was supported by Amer- very devout lady raised her hands
is to pass a uniform milk code by ica's first student of birds. "He is and her eyes to heaven and expressed -

every city and town in the state. a bird of bad moral character" said her joy by fervently repeatingthe
Then with a uniform code, the en- John James Aubudori "he does not "benedic, anima mea" verses of FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS.

forcement will not be duplicated nor get his living honestly-he watches the 103 psalm. The grand dad, justas t/

will inspectors hound the life out of the labor of the Fishing Hawk; and happy as she but not so familiar

the daIryman-and at the same time when that diligent bird has at length with his Bible, stood scratching his

the people of Florida, the milk con- : taken: a fish, and is bearing it to head in the telegraph office and
sumers, will be amply protected fromunsafe I his nest for the support of his mate finally remembered the right hand Trespassers Will\ Be Prosecuted. '

.! milk. The state health board and young ones, the Bald Eagle pur- figure of the Psalm he wanted to
can then act as supervisory boardto sues him and takes it from him." feature in his congratulations, and

see that the uniform code is en- But perhaps in these days of worded his message to his son thus:

forced. racketeers and hlgh-jackers, the "Mother:! expressed our feelings by
Bald Eagle is not inappropriate.Aimee repeating beginning verses 3rd The Clewiston Co.
You may not realize "
you think Psalm. Read the.references if you
much of your home town till you 'and her' Ma are. rivals for don't see the joke. T1ha 's what I
hear someone; \ else knocking It.1 x
publicity. : had to doj
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Personal MentionFrank r According to the last issue of

IX OTHER OCCUPATIONS "Public Ownership," a monthly mag-

o11 doesn't grow very well azine devoted to municipally owned
in Florida. That is the conclusion
public utilities, there are 68 cities,
Cothern of Moore Haven, There are those who tell us that reached by pharmacologists in the

-;l ""; :, spent the week end in Clewiston as; this thing and that thing must be FOR JULY 31, 1932 University of Florida College of towns and villages in the United
.. is States which have no local city tax-
( :- guest of R. C. Hooks. done if agriculture to survive. Subject: The Giving of the Manna. Pharmacy, after several years of derived from
es because of revenues
editor of New Jersey Agriculture -
The tests. In to in-
Text numerous
Golden : "Every good gift response
owned utilities.
their municipally
Mr. and Mrs. Hoonies Rich spent in a thoughtful mood, takes and every perfect gift is from above, quiries on the subject, Dr. B. V.

the week end in Lake Worth visiting issue with them and reminds us that and cometh down from the Fatherof Christensen, professor of pharma- Some of these cities own municipal
light ,and power plants, some own
fundamental. He
friends. agriculture is says lights.." James 1:17. cology, has made the following reply -
that agriculture is bound to survive waterworls or gas plants and some
Lesson Text: Exodus 16:1-5, 14, :
all three utilities. In some
Miss Vivian Smith left Sunday for: unless chemistry finds a way of pro- 15 35. own
Cultural experiments with gins-
the dis-
cases the own only
Belle Glade where she will spend a ducing all our foods synthetically, or Introduction
: eng have been carried on in theUuiversitie's tributing systems buy their electric
few days visiting relatives. unless we return to the primitivestate
Following the deliverance of the medical plant garden :
and live off the berries, birds'eggs current or gas wholesale of *O'lneI
Israeiitics from Egypt and from the during the past several years and, distribute it

Miss Beatrice Kettl and Miss Mary etc., we can gather from the Egyptian army, the miraculous Cross-'las I a result, it has been concludedthat I I private over their company own municipally and owned
Otherwise humanity must ,
Kline spent Saturday afternoon in wild. ing of the Red Sea, and the cele- ginseng cannot be successfully system, selling at retail at a profit.In .

West Palm Beach. have agriculture. bration of these great events by cultivated in this locality. sufficient -
Speaking further in a sensible any case they are earning a
means of the of Moses, the
According to our investigations, return over and above the
R. L. Murray, of Arcadia, spent' vein. the editor says: hosts, of Israel journeyed for three
"Of there is something ginseng does not grow naturally in total cost so that they have enough
several days of this week in Clewis- course days in the wilderness east of the
in agriculture-as in I Florida. We have received several surplus to cover the entire cost of
ton on business. wrong every- Red Sea without finding water. They that this plant has been the .
thing else man has to manage. But I reports local city government.These
then came to Marah. where they found growing wild in this state but towns are free from local
let off the foot by not
Mrs. Z. H. Shelley and her son, us get on right found an abundant supply of water,
trouble. In general let upon investigation these reports are city taxation, that is no taxes are
Emmett Shelley, spent Sunday in borrowing ,
but it was bitter and unfit for use.
Fort Myers. us give attention to the details, let found to be untrue. levied to pay the expenses of local
The people murmered against Moses
ting the grand principles work city government, but they still pay
i and as he. cried to the Lord he
themselves out. We shall have a OPEN DUCK SEASON state, county, and : taxes.
and Mrs. T. B.
Mr. Shelley were
directed ,to cast a certain tree into
Some of these cities have a sinking
visitors in Fort Myers Saturday after- hard time laying aside some of our I the water and the water was made GIVEN FOR FLORIDA
new-found economic theories but the fund levy for the retirement of certain
noon. good. The abundant supply of waterat
resolve to tend to the task in hand: bonds later on but even these
in Ellin and the refreshing shade of Washington, July 25--The open are being wiped out and in a short
Paul Deam the week end in should help. Improvements ag-
the palm trees brought encourage- season on wild duck, brant and coot time will be gone.
West Palm Beach with his wife and riculture in general, as in any other
ment to the travellers after the daysof
has been set in Florida between November In some of these cities in question -
children who are residing there. occupation, depend upon improve- weariness and want in the desert.
20 and January 15 by amendments the rates charged may be
ments in details. Industry, sanity,
Palm trees grow only where thereis to the migratory bird treatyact higher than those of municipal
/ Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Allen, Miss and thrift are more likely to bring
water. It is natural to
than suppose regulations, adopted today by plants where the people go in for
Marcia Avant and H. A. Land such improvements are com-
that Israel encamped here for some
and theorizing. Secretary of Agriculture Hyde and lower rates rather than lower taxes _
visitors in Belle Glade Sunday. plaining
"Despite the hard times, while days.The approved by president Hoover.It but as a rule these "No Tax Towns"

wilderness of Sin reaches Paul G. Red- have lower rates than those chargedby
was explained by
thousands are homeless and hungryin
Mrs. A. A. Munroe, and daughter,
( about fifty or sixty miles from Elimto
ington chief of the bureau of biolog- private companies under com-
the cities, the farmer finds him- ,
Frances, and ,Mrs. Fred H. Moltz Mt. Siani. There are some springs
.. were visitors in Arcadia Saturday.Miss self with a roof over his head and ical survey, that the lengthened sea- parable conditions, says "PublicOwnership"
with better water than at Marah.
with something to eat. These ordi- son was made possible by a general and even then they are
Some of these springs are now im- observed this still making profits sufficient to
improvement over
necessities of life now takeon year
Pauline Summers of Moore nary
for the
portant watering places
the disastrous drought conditions of wipe out local taxes.
a significance not commonly ac-
Haven, is spending this week hereas Arabs.
1931 when some species of ducks All of the towns listed are be-
knowledged in times of plenty. They
guest of Mrs. T. B. Hooks.
After celebrating their deliveranceat
provide physical comfort, peace of and geese were so seriously affected low 20,000 in population and range
the Red Sea by the song of Moses that the had to be cut to one from 281 to 16,136, the latter be-
mind, and the ,good will which must season
H. E. McLaughlin and S. T Plattof and Miriam (Exodus 15:1-21) the
month.On ing Porfca City, Okla.HighlandsCounty
underlie real happiness. From, this
Okeechobee, were business visitors
Israelites[ started eastward on their_
in Clewiston Wednesday morning. bodily ease and mental calm arisesa journey: ducks the daily bag limit remains News.Subscribe .

constructive habit of thought, anda at 15 for all species, of which

Miss Kathryn Deam left Wednesday lightness of spirit which favor individual "And when they came to Marah, 'number not more than five may he for the News.
they could not drink of the water
t. for' West Palm ''Beach for a few su'ccess and community well- aider ducks and not more than 10

days visit with her mother.J. being. Men reared under the aus- for they were bitter: And the peo- of each, or in the aggregate, may be

pious conditions of sufficient nourish 'ple murmered against Moses, saying, canvassbacks, redheads, greater or
What shall we drink? And he cried I
H. Peeples, of Citrus Center,' ment and comfortable sleep, enjoyedas lesser scaups, ringnecks, bluewingedteal
unto the Lord and the Lord shewd
representative of Glades county was the result of their having earned green-winged teal, chinamonteal
him tree which when he had cast
in Clewiston on business Tuesday.J. them, are fortunate. These last gadwalls or shoevellers. This
few months have perhaps brought into the waters, the waters were additional protection has been givento
made sweet.
E. (Lefty) Baker leftTuesdayfor that fact home to a large percentageof these' species because they did not
One writer says: "There is no
Center Hill where he has signedto our population. recover from the affects of the
reason to suppose this sweetening of'
pitch baseball for that team. 'II drought. -
the bitter waters was due to any inherent -
The limit all speciesof
possession on
93 PER CENT DUVAL DAIRYMEN quality of the wood. At
Miss Dorothy Deam returned to ducks and geese is double the
JOIX BETTER MILK LEAGUE least the present inhabitants of the
her home in West Palm Beach Sunday daily bag limit. To two other speciesof
desert have no knowledge of
after a short visithere with her any duck, the ruddy and bufflehead,
tree possessing the to make Clewiston for LaBelle
father and sister. With 94.8 per cent of the dairy- power the protection of a continuous clos-
. bitter waters sweet. Nor it
, men in Duval county joining. the was ed season has been given. This was
brought about other PropertyTen
A. O. Greynolds, contractor for Duval County Better Milk Leaguewas by any agency made necessary by an unusually ser-
than God to show the
the of
completing the Clewiston La Belle recently formed at Jacksonville power ious diminution of their numbers.
people that in all their difficultiesand
road, was business visitor here according to ,County Agent,. A. S.
Jehovah would be their
Lawton. Nine leading dairymen in
Tuesday. Acres Custard Apples
Helper and Deliverer" Account Halitosis or B. O.
the vicinity were named as directors,
Under Cultivation, with House,
Mrs. Lang McDonald returned to IV. C. Johnson was chosen president, "And they came to Elim, where He: "What would I have to give

her home here Friday after a short S. I. Sneller was named secre-I' were twelve wells of water, and you for just one kiss?" Half-mile from Hard Road-

visit with relatives and friends in tary and general manager. three-score and ten palm trees: and She "Chloroform." Will Trade for Habitable Housein

Jacksonville and Orlando.W. The organization now controls they encamped there by the waters. LaBelle.

I about 9,000 gallons of milk daily, Then our printed lesson begins,

W. Hooks and family are leav- and will exert every effort to stab- "And they took their journey from Football in Japan

ing today for a few weeks stay with ilize but not necessarily raise milk Elim into the wilderness of Sin, While translating an old Japanese

relatives and friends at their for- prices in Jacksonville. which is between Elim and Siani, on novel 500,000 words long, dating back

mer home in Leesburg,' Ga. the fifteenth day of the second to the year A. D. 1004 an expert at

month after their departing out of the British museum has discovered the JimBeardsley-
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen and dau- the land of Egypt. And the whole mention of a game which Is very sim-
FROM:: PAYING AUTO TAG COST liar modern] fnnthnll
congregation murmured against Moses to our
ghter, Vesta returned to their home

here Friday after a short visit with and Aaron in the wilderness: And

friends in Moultrie. Georgia.Mr. Tallahassee, July 27th-The sup- said unto them, Would to God we

reme court today ruled Florida municipalities had died by the hand of the Lordin On the sixth day they gathered

# are not required to pay twice as much. But on the seventh
the land of where sat
;and Mrs. Fred B. Puryearleft we I
the same fee for license tags for day which is sabbath, it did not
Friday for Atlanta after a visitin by the flesh pots, and when we did Cleuiston, Florida

Clewiston with Mr. Puryear's sister passenger automobiles as individuals eat bread to the full; for ye have appear. The Sabbath day existed

Mrs. C. L. Downs. do when the cars are used exclusively brought us forth into this wilder- before the law was given on Siani

for city business. ness, to kill this whole assemblywith through Moses

Miss Roberta George and her bro- "Such automobiles," the court hunger. Then said the Lord

ther. Gratton, spent Sunday in Ar- in said, "can logically classification be held for to which fall unto Moses, Behold, I will rain bread =:=':":":":":.':":":.':":":":.':":":":":":":":'.:'.:"'--:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":
only one
from heaven for and the yf
cadia. They were accompanied home you; people

_:-...ti) by their mother, Mrs. R. George. registration fees are provided by shall go out and gather a certain

statute. rate every day and on the sixth day y
The question was raised in a ha-
shall that which they
Harry Peters returned to Clewiston they prepare
beas corpus ase in which a Jacksonville in and it shall be twice as the Public
Thursday and has resumed his dutiesas bring : Open to 1i
city policeman was arrestedfor
clerk at the Clewiston Inn after a much as they gathered daily.
operating a police car without a "And when the dew that lay was
short visit with relatives in Tampa. +
state license tag. When the Duval ::: &
4 gone up, behold, upon the face of i y
county circuit court remanded the y
the wilderness there lay a small
E. E. Kelly spent Tuesday morn-
ing in LaBelle where he went to attend policeman to the sheriff, the city of round thing, as small as the hoar + .
a meeting of the Hendry County! Jacksonville appealed and was join- frost on the ground. And Moses said :=: Moderate Green Fees s.

board of commissioners, of which he ed in the Supreme Court by' Miami unto them, This is the bread which

is a member. Beach and St. Petersburg. the Lord hath given you to eat. And i Exceptional Fairways }.

the children of Israel did eat manna :.

Mrs. W. K. Downs, who has been Not Quite ,SportingThe I forty years. until they came to a land I ::: Interesting Grass G.::

in Clewiston on an extended visit fisherman's child( as big sister inhabited; until they came unto the A
with her son, C. L., Downs, left Fri- introduces her latest boy friendto borders of the land of Canaan." I :

day for Conyers, Ga., where she will the family circle: ) "Oh, daddy, Arnold's commentary gives the fol- .:::. -- -,, i:::

stay for the remainder of the summer. don't you' think she ought to throw lowing description of this food: It y; r :

that one back?" fell with the dew, appeared when

Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Nielsen the dew left the ground; was whiteor :: ,-; The Most Popular ..

spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. Easing It Over pearl gray, was granular, like ','

Mrs. Nielsen left from there for her I What is the gentlest way of coriander seed; small like hoar Recreation Center ::

former home in Savannah, Ga., for breaking the news, to the chief that frost; tasted like wafers made with I II X

a short visit with relatives and the cashier has absconded?" honey or fresh oil. It melted in si

"": ',. friends. "Let the bookkeeper tell him-he the hot sunshine, but was hard ,and I :: In Clewiston :;:

Ir-:, stutters.:" had to be prepared in mills and y

Dr. G. E. Parker, of Belle Glade, motars like grain. Was much like ::: \.. J 'i'f
was in Clewiston several days this They were accompanied home by grain flour in baking. Left to itselfit AY

week. Dr. Parker is caring for the Bryan Wright who will visit here _purified, and it had to be usedas :

dental patients of Dr. J. W. Ezelle for a few days. gathered daily. No substance is

while the latter is spending his honey known which answers, exactly to j jI

moon in Georgia. Mrs. R. Bruce Pre le, Mrs. J. L. this description. It was a miracu- Clewiston Golf Course =:

Billingsley, Capt L. G. Lewis, Maj. lous food prepared and administered -

Mrs )E. D. Bennett, and daughter, Harvey Payne, Ralph J. Vervoortand : by God to sustain Israel duringthe : i
Miss Bonciel Stone returned to Clew- R. E. Rich, of Miami, were wilderness years. I

- iston' Sunday' from a vacation spent guests of the Clewiston KJwanJs' Each day they gathered an 'Omer' . ... .....*...,...................,......'. ....1N'NI'NINtNN'NIN .....'......................,... .,....-.................................NN.. .;.....,-/...?...
In Marianna, and West Palm\ Beach. club Wednesday. nifrht, (about 6 1-2 ,\nt5)) for{ each, man .. VNrN, .Nt . ,f'NNIN.f1. . '. ;.. ; ..It : :_ ...:.--.. 0 ', ,; ,. ,. '\ "


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I1USINKSS DJLS- CAHU OF THANKS issue thereon on the 29th day of August Disbursements 8,035.80Cr. !itory, Bond I&S
heartfelt A. D. 1932. Error in Bal. 7-1-31_ .10 District .._....._.___ 6/613.77
We wish
to our
PLAYED IN DIFFERENT express Dated this 29th day of July, A D. Depository balance .?_ 6.C13.77Total Uncollected Taxes
thanks and appreciation to our
many : I&S DIst.__._,.27,500.00
friends for their deep, sympathy, kInd- WILLIAM T. HULL, Depository balance ...._._.____. 2753.26
ness and aid in our sickness and deathof ..............._...___..._ ...... I .
(Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court Receipts I ___._.66052.13 Totals ._...___._._/____89,532.45
(Continued from page one) our husband 1 irs and Lula father Warren, Hendry County, Florida. Disbursements ......._._..._....__.___ 61,772.93 l.lnhlllllft ...._ --"'----'-' Or.Warrants .
> Error In Bal. 7-1-31..__.. 4
8-29-32-5 t. Dr. .09 Outstanding,
nounced .employment would increase MrDill. and Simmons MarVarren. Cr. Error in Bal 7-1-31..____._ 10 Time, General _____._....._.. 4000.00 ,
from time to time. They said business William NOTICE 01' AITMCATION FOIl TAX Depository Overdraft_.__._...... 42102 Bonds Outstanding
H. Seymour.
in the silk industry Is better. nnnn Depository bAlance 7074.47 Bond I&S Districts _____142000.00
\S'iI! <:TS ANt
*** *** NOTICE _._.........__......._._._. _. ____
"| Pursuant to un order of the Circuit Notice is hereby given that Ruth R. __ Ur> Totals ...__.__._.._._._. __ 146000.00
Chicago, -Leading railroads, 'in Court for Hendry County Florida in a Beardsley holder of Tax Certificate No. Hal Cash in Depos- Vnlnc of School Propertylr.
eluding Atchison, Missouri Kansas certain cause in chancery pending in 863 and 1046 dated 7th day of July A. itory, Gen. School_. 2-19.81 .
said Court wherein The Old National D. 1930, has filed said certificate in my Uncollected Taxes. School Houses and
Texas, Baltimore and Ohio and New Bank of Tort Wayne, Indiana, a corporation office and made application for tax General School _27500.00 Lots -..___:_..____.125000.00
York Central- reported improved et al*.. fire Complainants and deed to issue thereon in accordance Bal Cash in Depos- School Furniture .__ 15,000.00
Material Companya with law. Said certificate embracesthe posi tory. Special School Apparatus 2000.00
OlewLston Building
earnings for June. Two smaller corporation is defendant entered on following described property situated Districts .....__._.___.. 168. .87. Other School prop-
lines said earnings were above 1931. July 25th 1032!, the undersigned here- In Hendry County. Florida, to- Uncollected Taxes erty m'_.'__'''_'''_'_'''_ 5000.00
by gives notice: wit:. Block 173. lot 24: Block 412, lots Special Districts-._27,500.00
***|/I.i ** 1. That certain of the a!sests and 20-27 in the City of Clewiston. Bal Cash in. Depos- Total ._._.__....__.___:-147,00000
Chicago,.-The Norge corporation properties qf Clowiston Building Ma- The assessment of said property un-
manufacturing firm an- terial Company Clewiston. Florida der the said certificate issued was in

nounced refrigerator its business for last June was consisting. glass of plumbing stock of building supplies materials lands- L the M name Francis of C. E. Shaw and A. D. and !! .:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

20 per cent better than that of the buildings and other fixed assets accounts Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
and notes receivable and other according law tax deed 'will
same month In 1931. Company officials properties, Are for sale and will be issue thereon on the 8th day of August, I I i
( predicted the increase would sold under the direction of said Court A D. 1932. W ANTED
at a time and place to be fixed by the Dated this 7th day of July. A. D. 1932.
continue. Court when offers are received for (SEAL) WILLIAM T HULL. I l .
***H/ *** such assets Clerk of Circuit Court
2. All persons interested in' submit- Hendry County, Florida..1
Youngstown, 0.Four Republic ting offers for the said assets and July 8. 15. 22, 29, Aug. 5. 1 1
Steel corporation sheer mills at properties can secure from the undersigned : Satisfied Customers :_:
Warren, Ohio, resumed operations at Clewiston Florida >detailed I IinMlKY COUNTY ..
information regarding the said assets I.t
giving temporary employment to 100 -
and properties..
workers. 3. All offers must be submitted to For the Peilod landing June tOli. 11 :!2.'I :;: We *
want customers to be satisfied with
** *** the undersigned in wilting, not later The following report of the receiptsand our
all : than August 15th .A. D. 1932. disbursements of the school fundsof
Bound Brook N. J. -The Middle 4. Any offers received for the said Hendry county for the period end- every job we turn out for them. If any- :i:
mills it had assets and properties will be submit- ing June 30, 1932 with the balancesand ::
Wollen announced
Brook ted to the said Court and will be sub- amount of warrants outstandingand ; thing we do for you is not entirely satisfac- :;:
increased its force 155 persons and ject to the further instructions and a statement of the assets and liabilities -
expected to add 50 more this weekto directions of the said Court. and the value of school property :;:: tory tell us. We will make it satisfactory. :.;:.
Dated this 26th day of July, A. D. of the said Hendry county as reported :
care for orders. 1032. on the 30th day of :June 1932, by the
*** i ** ? T. W. WEEKS. Board'- of Public Instruction and the 1 .
|II/1. As Receiver for Clewiston BuildIng SuperIntendent of Public Instruction is 1 Prices Reduced
New York.Favorable divide/nd/ Material Company. hereby published under the provisionsof '
action was taken by the Burroughs July 29, Aug. 5, 12. Chapter 6813 Acts of 1915 Laws of v

Adding machine company, Deere & NOTICE or ArrMCATiox TAX Florida ERNEST AMOS. :: All our flat work prices have been reduced. :*;:
1)EIll) Comptroller.
Co., and Vick Financial corporation.The -
hereby that Mrs. J. fieiiernl School Fund: :: Ask us for estimates on needed repairs. (
Notice is given your :!:
New York Life Insurance com- ;
holder of part Tax CertificateNo. Depository balance _..__..___.._ 334.26
pany announced its payments in the B. .Rudd 7th day of :July A D. 1930 has Receipts ......._.._..________.._.. 37457.00
269 Certificate in office and Disbursements ....._....-.,_.___._ 37541.45\\y .
filed said my --- ..
first six months of 1932 were one
made application for tax deed to issue Depository balance ___._.._._ 249.81 tr
hundred twenty: three million dollars thereon accordance with law. Said special Tax School District:
which included thirty one million in certificate embrace situated i the following in Hendry des- Depository Receipts ..__bnlance_._____._....__....___ 14677.73 1686.73 :: Glides Auto Sales Inc. j;
dividends. County cribed property Florida, to-wit: Disbursements .__...__...__..._ 16195.68 .. ::
***M*** Lot 22, Block 16, Belmont. Dr. Error in Bal. 7-1-31 ..._.'_'_ .09 y
/ ___._...__
of said property un- Depository Overdraft :: Clewiston Florida
, Chicago The price movement of The assessment ; :!:
der the said certificate imbued was in Depository balance ___'__'___ 210.89
heavy melting steel scrap, sometimes the name of Mrs H. A Bestor. Itond Interest nnd Mnklng: y

regarded as a business barometer, Unless according said certificate to law tax shall deed be will redeemed Depository Receipts .....balance._...._.___.__.._...__._.._.._._. 13.917.46 732.27 .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
is upward. It has advanced 50 centsa
ton in the Chicago area. -'----

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Milwaukee The Nunn, Bush & : .. .' \ .. : :;:, ;;' .:/: <': ; : "
.i : ," '" ; : .'" ., ';" ;, ; ,., ;. _, ; ; : .
Welden shoe company announced it ,

will return Monday to a full scheduleof ,'< .' '. "t '. ., ,
five and one half days a week. em- ') 1
ploying 730 persons.

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federal employment director, reported t, SEE WHAT YOUR WORN

a general upturn in building ,

trades work in Pennsylvania. Relief I SPECIAL OFFER ',J TiRES ARE WORTH ..

construction and highway build-

ing gave work to many unemployedmen Look A These Generous &

he reported. V T

KNOW: YOUR GOVERNORS July 28, 29 and 30HERE'S Allowances on .

(Continued from page one GOODYEARALL4I
was a boom to the growin gstate. .

Highlights: The state board of tit THER
health was created with Doctor Jos- ,) -

eph Y. Porter, of Key: West, as the SIZE Each Tire Set of 4
health officer. On the first board
I >
l' y 4.402L. $1.95 $7.30
were William B .Henderson of Tam- 4.50-20_ 2.00 8.00

pa and William K. Hyer of Pensa- ? r 4.502L.. %.0; 8.20

cola. Jefferson Davis died Decem- : /erg 47519._. 2.35 9.40

ber 26, 1889. Hillsborough county : 16> 4.75-20.. 2.40 9.60
5.00-19._ 2.45 9.8O
leaped in population from 6,000 to : (1 IV! 5.00-20.. 2.45 9.80

14,000. Monroe county also jumped 1 P 5.25-18_. 2.75 11.00
Key West becoming Florida's largest e., : 5.2519.2.30 11.20

city in 1890 with a population of ; For Your Worn 'fires'f I'1' 1Iiw'' r. 5.25-20._ 2.85 11.40

18,080. The railroad commissionwas I E I i 1x7= = .y4't 5.25-2L-.' 2.90 11.60
14 i : 5.5017. 3.10 12.40
created. 2.336 miles of railroad
5.50.18._ 3.15 12.60
had been constructed in Florida. U. -. ,, ..... '
:;...-. ;- .n-oo.- .tZ'I: '!!!' "" 5.50-19._. 3.20 12.80
S. senators were General Finley and Sensational Allow- 5.50-20... 3.25 13.00

Samuel Pasco of Monticello. Con- .. 6.00-17_ 3.50 14.0O

gressmen were Mallory of Pensacolaand WHYweareswampedwith for Three Days 60018.. 3.50 14.00
Bullock of ances : 6.00-19.. 3.55 14.20
Ocala. Plans were "
calls c? 6.00-20._ 3.60 14.40
made for re-building the state cap- 6.00-21 3.65 14.60

itol. for partly used tires. Our Only on Latest Finest a 6.50-17_. 4.30 17.20 .

used tire stock has been xk 6,50-19_. 4.40 17.60
NewGOODYEAR- 7.00.18._. 4.50 18.00 j/
shot to pieces. Right now
-- .-. (
this shortage puts a mar- .

ket value on used tires Allowances on

that enables us to offer
you tremendous allow-

/. ances toward the price of
new Goodyearslargestselling
N SIZE Each Tire Set of 4
tires in the world.

If you act quickly you can Guaranteed Super- .it 4.5020 4.40-21..51.55 I.CO $6.20 6.404.502L

sell us the miles left in 1.65 6.60

Better PricesSEVERAL worn tires at twist Cord Tires-Fresh Stock In Xi 4.75-19._. 2.00 8.00
4 4 4.75-20._ 2.00 8.00

-AH Firsts Greatest ?}y 4.752L. 2.00 8.00
FULL CASH VALUE 5.00-19 2.10 8.40
LOCATIONS, BUSI- I Goodyear Values in Thirty .1 5.0020. 2.10 8.40
Now your worn tires are 5.00-2L- 2.10 8.40
PRICES. worth: more OFF than 5.00222.30 9.20
I b 5.25-18._ 2.25 9.00

YOUR TERMS OR A HEAVY ON your car. ) 5.25-19_. 2.35 9.40

DISCOUNT FOR 5.25-20_ 2.40 9.60
-... 5.25-2L.. 2.45 9.80
Similar Allowances All Sizes. r
BUILDING PRICES ARE AT on ; 5.50-18_ %.50 10.00

THEIR. LOWEST LEVEL AND Exchange 1 23 4 5 Tires. 5.5019. 2.55 10.20
t ;:
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD 6.00-20_ 3.30 13.20
Free Mounting. 6.00213.40 13.60
6.00223.55 14.20

-SEE- "

JimBeardsley. The exchanged tires go on

sale to you as fast as they

are taken off and in-
Service Station
spected. Come take your Sugarland

Phone 366 pick. Depend on us to

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