The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00394
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00394
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I. Road Department Calls For Bids for Oil BREAKERS GAME LOSE 4-0 POST SEASON New Acreage Being Planted to

Playing a post season game here

.' To Complete I LaBelle-Lee County Line Unit Sunday after a few weeks absence I

from the practice field, the Clewiston
Beans Rise
Cane Breakers lost to the faster as price is Expected

playing Ft.- Myers baseball team bya
STATE PLANS TO Pro-Amateur Golf
.- 4-0 score.It ____Jl.
ON IMPORTANT: LINK IN is planned for the Breakers to

,'. HIGHWAY SYSTEMAdvertisements Tilt Planned Here return the" game to Ft. Myers Sun- Ducks Coming Early OPENING THOSE EXPECTED PRICES FAR, EARLY BELOW
day'asfa climax of the post season

T baseball playing for, Clewiston. Indicates Good SeasonEarly IN PLANTING SEASON
+ Possibility of a pro-amateur golf -.....-
.\ '. calling for bids on match to be played on the Clewis-
Even with
prices for string beans
"\'< 610,000 gallons of liquid asphalt for ton course November 6, was indicat- 'GET VOTERS OUT'IS arrival of a host of wild at a low level at the first of the

:. roadmix asphalt surface to be used ed this week when negotiations were ducks to the waters of Lake Okeecho-I market season, Everglades farmers

'::. on the hardsurfacing of the LaBelle- under way to secure a match between ONLY PROBLEM bee indicate a promising season for evidently firmly believe the price will
Lee county line unit of the cross state and old timers the lake I
George Waggerman, Tampa pro sportsmen, on ;be raised by the middle of Novemberas
highway :were placed in daily news- winner of the state professional golf said this week after seeing an unusual is shown by the acreage being

papers of the state this week by the trophy and Lloyd Sparrow, Clewiston WORKERS RELATE number of ducks feeding close planted this week in the Lake Har-

::: state road department. pro. To be played at the same to shore near Clewiston.The I bor Clewiston section. Scattered

t The bids will be, opened at Talla- time will be a match between Tom south shore of Like Okee- fields west of Clewiston, and in the

': hassee at 10:30 November first, the Shelley, local amateur and Gordon PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN HELD chobee has 10'Dg'een the winter I Lakeport section in Glades county
:' advertisements say. Gibbons of Tampa, who was winnerof feeding ground for hundreds of I are being made ready for planting.
j', Whether the work of hard surfac- the state amateur championshipin : ducks which begin migration at the I Prices for picking beans are ata

<"' ing this 11 mile stretch of highway 1930 and runner-up in 1931. the date for the general election first signs of cold weather in thenorthern lower level than prevailed last year

i will be done by convict labor or will) Tentative plans are being made to drawing near at hand, Hendry states. I I Prevailing prices as the season open.

I.... be awarded as a contract has not have the two Tampa 'golfers here county Democrats met in LaBelle The ducks are arriving in much I ed was ten cents per hamper.An .

: been stated by the road department. Sunday.. November 3rd to play the Tuesday for their fourth rally and larger numbers than came to this estimate made Monday showed

The road will be of 'a "sand-oil" local course against the two Clewis- general discussion of the campaignto section last year. They are also I approximately 1000 acres between

mixture such as is being used in ton golfers. It is understood that make definite plans for getting flying South much earlier than the'Lake Harbor and Clewiston being

i- some localities by the federal government the Tampa players will be matched voters out to the polls on Novem- first to migrate to this section last I planted or cleared. Most of this

,=' in road construction.The against the Clewiston pair for 36 ber 8.In season. All indications point to an, acreage it is understood, will be in

fact that the road department holes.A the discussion Cy Couch, ardent shooting this winter. I beans, although a number of fieldsare

called for bids on materials points small admission fee will be LaBelle party worker, made a pleato unusually good season for duck being prepared for winter tomatoes -

toward the intention to build the :charged to defray the travelling expenses every Democrat to mark his ballot bimnoref etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp cethCORONER'S ,I in this section. A few small

road with convict'labor, which it has of the Tampans. with a cross for every Democratic tracts are being planted to cabbage,

been said, will mean that the road nominee, and not leave spaces blankas egg plants, and peppers. .

will be completed earlidr than if has been done before in manyof JURY In commenting? the probable crop

time is taken to advertise for bids on ALL IN READINESSFOR the previous general elections. J. returns for Florida' this year, 'J. C,

the project. K. Baker, Clewiston, and L .0. Grav- Townsend, U. S. Department of Agriculture
With this important piece of road ely and J. R. Doty of LaBelle. made crop estimator, brings the

completed, a paved highway will ex- GOBLIN VISIT short talks advocating the necessity Cuban tomatoes into the picture
tend across the Everglades from Palm of every Democrat going to 'the polls with the ''comment, 'avery light

Beach to Ft. Myers, via, Belle Glade. AT SCHOOL FETEGALA on election day and casting his bal- movement of tomatoes is expected in

'- South Bay, Clewiston, and LaBelle. i lot. Each of these speakers also November this year, will in accord.

Rapid progress is being made by brought out the advisability of each MISSING GUN BELIEVED TO HAVE ance 'with present plans, the. total
Democrat marking a complete ticket. i shipments are not expected to be
Gjreynolds; company on their con- CARNIVAL TO BE STAGEDBY BEEN AT WILLIAM'S HAS
The chairman of the county execu- !over one-third as many as last year."
for re-surfacing the Clewiston-
tracts P.-T. A. HALLOAVE'EN tive committee,' Clarence Hubert, appointed NOT BEEN FOUNDA I Cuban peppers are also mentioned
LaBelle unit of this cross state high-
:NIGHT each precinct committeemanto in the estimator's report'' as he says
Less than five miles remainto
way. be in charge of getting out the coroner's jury called to investigate that the Florida competition in pep-
be completed by the contractor.It .
is believed that the entire road The goblins will cast a spell over vote of his particular precinct on the shooting of Tern Brown II pers has discourgaed the island's

will be completed shortly after the the Hallowe'en carnival at 8:30 on election day. Party candidates have negro deputy, here ten days ago, .'crop this year.! There are: only about

Monday night and give precedence to been requested to furnish automo- completed its session Wednesday and I 150 acres set in pepper in Cuba for

new year. a half-hour program of. entertain- biles at each voting precinct which ordered Willis Williams. negro suspect shipping. Almost daily. sinCe October "
ment in the auditorium of the Clew- the precinct. commtiteeman, can dispatch held for the spring" term. ;;of the 1;!i 10, ;heavy. rains-nave'.fallen :on ,

1..JOJ Names, onJList i iston school. to bring in voters before" "*the*,: county grand jury. Cuban:props :!.tiich;.resuljed: *In 'con-! M a"
I VIrs. E.- R. Fontaine will playgroup a'polls dos / *J When ;tEe jury"was1first"empariel- idelaBle: loss of plants!

;; Ot Registered Voters of popular piano numbers. < on the: night of the shooting,. it requested Monday night two cars of, bean

Phil Peterson has promised to en-I J. Hardin PetersonTo that Williams and another were shipped through Clewiston

tf4 tertain the guests with his banjo.A quested that Williams and another from Lake Harbor by M. H. Crough,

According to figures released this reading by Mrs. Norman Neil- Speak in LaBelle negro, Walter Tripp, be held for fur- while, the movement of the ,East

.week by Mrs. Alice C. Bailey, super- son will be followed by a gripping ther questioning while the sheriff's Beach section (Canal: ,and Pa-

visor of registration, there are 1021 ghost story told by Miss Frances Saturday for PartyJ. forces gathered information leadingup hokee) was considerably higher.

registered votersin the five Hendry Monroe.At to the killing. Tripp was released -

county precincts, a majority of whom the end of the program the Hardin Peterson, Democratic after the jury's 'verdict. Florida To Be
are qualified to vote in the general attractive Brown was instantly killed in Har- Tags
judges will choose the most nominee for Congressman from the
election .November 8. lem, the negro quarters of Clewistonon
the First congressional district. will ad-
costume as gay masqueraders
The actual number of those having the night of October 16, when an Black and Orange
pass in review before, the spec- dress voters in LaBelle Saturday,
paid their poll tax could not be ascertained tators. Grown-ups as well as school evening at 8 o'clock, the Democratic assailant fired a shot-gun loaded with I

this morning. However,I children are urged to come in costume executive committee announced this I buck-shot through a small window The state is manufacturing 395,750

the supervisor will complete postingthe /in keeping with the Hallowe'en week. Mr. Peterson, who> is opposedby into a pool room where Brown was automobile. license plates for 1933 as

poll tax payments today and festivities. Judge A. R. Thompson, of St,I standing with a group of negroes I compared, with 465,000 made for the
have the books at the county com I around a card table. The shooting ,
Chances at 10c each are on sale Petersburg, candidate of the Repub-I current year, Motor Vehicle Commissioner -
occured about three o'clock in themorning. I
missioners meeting tomorrow when by high school girls this weekendand lican party, will make his talk in the W. S. McLin. said in a statement
the board meets to restore any name will remain on sale until 10:00 interest of the Democratic party and recently made public.

erroneously stricken from the list Monday night at the carnivalfor not for himself alone: the announce- Clyde Hudson's wife, at whose According to the motor vehicle
f at' its last regular meeting.The home the suspected negro boarded,
cake donated by Mrs. W. ment said. commissioner the state had a surplus -
a. big
testified at the coroner's inquest thata
list of qualified voters will not P. Vaughn. Sr.Throughout Mr. Peterson will also address a of tags for the 1932 demand,
shot to have beenin
be. published in Hendry county this group of citizens in Moore Haven at gun was and the reduction in number to be
the evening there will the house the afternoon of the
year due to shortage. funds in Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock.. '! ordered is an economy measure of
... be dancing in the carnival "ball killing. However when officers made
year due to lack of ,funds in the It is expected that a large gathering the department.The .
room" on the second floor of the a search of the house a few hours
general fund with which to pay for of voters from all parts of Hendry tags are being made at the
building, up and down the halls the after Brown shot the
was was
the publication.The county will assemble in LaBelle Sat- gun state prison farm at Raiford.
soda pop man and the peanut ven- not to be found. Hudson had been
list of registered voters in urday evening to hear Peterson's: The new tags, which are to be
der will sing their songs and sell arrested earlier in the evening on a will
each precinct, as given out by Mrs. II discussion of party principles. black on orange. be placed on
their wares. Members of the P. T. A. charge of possession of liquor, and
'1'k follows: The Democratic nominee has a sale December first, McLin said.
Bailey are as will have a booth with hot dogs and was in the sheriff's custody at the I I
host of personal friends in this county The tags will be of 21 different
Clewiston. Precinct 1 ................ 461 coffee home-made candy, doughnutsand time the shooting took: place.W. of the
whom he made during his cam types. There are 23 types
East LaBelle. Precinct 2 ............ 82 candied, apples on sticks. paigns for the party nomination W. Hooks. zone superintendent I I I 3932 ''tags. The various types of tags

West LaBelle, Precinct ,3. ............ 248 Joy* seekers can see many won- against Congressman H. J. Drane. in charge of the Harlem quarters 'are for passenger cars weighing, 3000

Ft. Denaud, Precinct 4. ..;......... 112 ders of the world when they go One 'of the main planks in Mr. Pe, acted as foreman of the coroner's I I' pounds and under; passenger cars
through the various booths. There terson's for the nominationwas jury. than 3000 pounds of-
platform weighing ;
Felda, Precinct 5. ....-__.__..____.___ 118 will be the hairless dog, the book I more
for a protective tariff on Florida- ficial cars, dealers' cars; trailers,

1 that's never read, tight rope wa'lkIers grown commodities, and an impartial home Economics I'trucks, ambulances, buses motorcycles -

Roy Green Talks Bonaparte crossing the Rhine, system of freight rates from Floridato and other vehicles. _

on and. the swimming match. 1 enable the Florida grower to successfully Class Help Others or-dered'J I

A fortune teller has been procured compete with those of other

Safety Crossings;\ to read the palms and predict the I states.It B'hile Learning those lost or stolen. Duplicate tags

future for the meager sum of ten is planned to have the con- are issued by the department for $1.

..;- Roy Green, Clewiston agent for the cents. gressional nominee speak from the each after a record: has been made of

; Atlantic Coast Line 'railroad, spoke Bingo offers interest for tho gamb- streets of LaBelle unless preventedby This week the Clewiston school the lost or stolen plate.

to the Clewiston school this morning lers. Many valuable articles will rain, in which case the meetingwill received two new cooking stoves to

.::-: on the subject of safety at rail- .be given for prizes in this game of be in the school auditorium. be used in the Home Economics department -

road crossings, as a part of a con- chance. a new department of the Kiwanis Comedy to .

.' certed education campaign of the rail The admission fee at the door will VETERAN LANDSCAPE IAN local school. Along with the ,stoves
road this week in the ridge district. be five cents for children and ten ; :NAMED TO POST FOR ROAD came all the pots and pans. dishes Be Given ThursdayThe
BEAUTIFICATION IN STATE and utensils that will be used in the
The Coast Line agent impressed cents for adults '
I home. The high school girls
crossings. especially rail road crossings -. ,'Appointment by Governor Doyle average stage is set and the actorsare
and the dangers of carelessness GASOLINE CONSUMPTION OF :, -E. Carlton of J. B. Prevatt. native can now get the practical as well as prepared for the presentation of
the theoretical side of making
l ., by pedestrians and motorists. He COUNTY IS GIVEN IN REPORT Meridian and veteran landscape "The Alley Daffodil," three-act com-

: sought to instill the principle: of architect, as the director of highway home. edy to he given at the school audit-
It has been said that the toa
caution into the school children and During the month of September beautification for the State Road way orium here Thursday night, Mrs.
man's heart is through his stomach.
enlist their aid in reducing the number Hendry county gasoline sales amounted department was announced here reachedthe Norman A. NeilSbn, director of the
This maxim to have
I' 'of accidents caused annually in to 50,445 gallons, according to' yesterday by Mrs. W. S. Jennings, school seems who taking play says. .
high girls are
the .. States through carelessness. a tabulated statement sent out by, president of the Duval County High- keen interest in the practical courseas I The comedy is being given by the
the Department of Agriculture. In way beautification Association. Clewiston Kiwanis club to raise
it is being offered for the first
The railroads carry on a continuous the same period kerosene sales in the The announcement also stated funds to carry on work for under-
time here this year. Under the guid-
fight to.1 reduce the number of county showed a total of 9,423 gall that Mr. Prevatt will center his ance of Mrs. Eunice F. Gay the girls privileged children in Clewiston.In .
grade crossing accidents and their ons. work of the immediate future on the discussing the play, the direc-
have painted all the fuinit'irs in the
efforts have not been in vain: a's is Totals for the state give 14.S54.819; Atlantic Boulevard with the ,plansto tor said it is filled with humorous
home located adja-
shown by the statistics showing the gallons of gasoline and 1,927,966 make the highway stretch betweenthe cent demonstration to the school situations. which the cast has demonstrated -
recent decline in campus.
the number of such gallons of kerosene. the bulletin Southside and the Atlantic Ocean can be presented for the
accidents. When the school term began there<
shows.. model for the entire audience.4 .
a state j .(Continued on page :Four) utmost enjoyment of the




I ding. of the experts get entangled In forests -

o-o of formulas. They ought to

The Clewiston CJ\&ws TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY BY I Lots of people of Clewiston are make it their Job to get right thru

RUSSELL KAYI going over to Arcadia Armisticeday to the people.

Published every Friday In Clewlston, to watch somebody throw the "Those who make goods are shortsighted

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS i bull. Since it will be only a few if they look upon their goods ..I .

Inc. days after election, it will be a rest as sold when they have deposited

know a fellow who lives on a You were a good business man once.I I to their ear drums to see the bull them in the warehouse of a wholesaler -

Entered as second class matter, farm with a lot of chickens and cows You can be again!" I I thrown Instead of having to listen or upon the shelves of a retailer.
Febraary 1. 1927, at the Post Office ducks and when he ain't busy You want to be successful and
and to all the bull throwing that pre- No article is truly sold until it has
at Olewt ton, Florida, under the Act milkin' or huntin' eggs. he writes prosperous and happy. All right, ceeds elections. reached the hands of the man or woman -

of March 3, 1897.A letters. Once and awhile he writes snap out of your gloom. Quit sigh- 0-0 who actually Intends to use lt

TO somebody, but most of the time in' and sobbin' and put your mind %
I I You who cuss the moonvines '
grow- "The manufacturer, in order to
newspaper devoted to the best
he writes FOR somebody. to work on the problem of gettin'
ing all over vacant farm lands In
sell the right people the right article1"at
Interest of Hendry County, Florida. back some of those old customersand
His name Is Jack Carr, and the the Everglades can well appreciatea
I the right price in the right placeat -
Its leading
newspaper. findin' flock of I
a new ones.
to his front
mouse-trap people come ] comment made, this week by a person the right time, must not leave his.
Go down to office
porch for his LETTERS. And they your newspaper unfamiliar with
I very moonvines. marketing to haphazard channels by
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 : to write 'em and see if you can't coax your editor 1) -
pay him regular money I He had ridden through from West which so excellent commodities-
Outside of State of Florida ._...$2.50 because he's got a knack of fillin' into lettin 'you take an advertisement, Palm Beach and noticed the luxur- today reach many the consumer. Marketing ,

'em with sunshine, and cheer. And to tell folks that you've quit worry- ious growth on both sides of the must advance by
step by step
Advertising rates furnished on ap in' about the depression and have
they pack an awful wallop. highway. When he arrived at Clew- making. The methods employed: >

plication. I got a letter from Jack last week gone back to work again and.you iston he asked where we got a mar- must sell more goods at less cost

and It contained a little story that hope they'll drop in and see you, ket for all the sweet potatoes that to informed customers who demand
Business. office. Clewlston News, tell 'em about the quality of the
I've got to on to It
Just pass you. I seemed to grow wild, in the Ever them
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and goods you have to offer and the ser-
says: glades. It was hard to have to break
"The modern factor in this busi-
vice can render. You'll find i
Advertising, same. "Do you remember the actor who you the illusion by telling him that
ness which alone can secure the cooperation -
that there is nothing as effective as
played the part of Lincoln for so "moonvines ain't potatoes."
Telephone 339 long, he actually thought he WAS newspaper advertising when it comes of distributors, can find
markets, can inform customers, and
Lincoln? He walked, talked and to results. POSSIBLE TO OBTAIN
can reduce the cost of the whole operation -
dressed like Lincoln all the time. GREATERVINTER EGG
And now I see where an Anti-Pro- is advertising.
One day he was walking down RECORDS AND PROFITS
GOVERNMENTS vs. hibition group are raising a "battlefund"
"The United States is the first
clothed in the and
:Broadway cape T
the sale of cute little
high hat of Lincoln's period. Some- Winter is the time when eggs are country to discover that selling is
times of depression businessmen stamps that bear the slogan "Swat
made easier the creation of
I by 'pull'from
body pointed him out and said, generally scare, and consequentlysell
the Dry, an attempt to stamp out
cut their expenses as much as "That fellow will never be satisfied .for a high price. The hens have the customer than by the ex-
Prohibition. in other
possible to avoid bankruptcy. They until he's assassinated." LICKING stamps is one words.thing, and But i,been laying heavily through the summer clusive use of 'push' from the manu-

start by cutting off some form of Aren't a lot of us like that? LICKING prohibition is somethingelse. | and eggs have been cheaper. facturer.
We've talked and thought Depression People who keep poultry could obtain "One of the effects of the advanceof
expense they can best eliminate, one Why should the customers buy I popular education has been to
so long, we've come to the a considerable amount more profit if
of the first of which is a reductionIn conclusion life holds nothing else. the stamps? Why not get Congressto I they could get more eggs through the make the reading of newspapers a
law requiring all the boot-
the weekly payroll, either by reducing We'll never be satisfied until some- pass winter months, even if they receivedless universal habit. This in turn has I
leggers to stick 'em on bottles like I'
the number of workers of thing terrible happens. Maybe some through the summer.It built up the very large agregate
revenue: stamps? sales of newspapers today, and has
of should shot. is to winter
reduction In salaries. or both. us be possible get more
by a
Merchants and manufacturers have And If you want to know why I'm eggs than now being obtained in a placed at the disposal of advertisersthe
Any item in over-head expense which
been playin' the part of the "For- clinchin' my teeth and tearin' my{large number of poultry flocks. Fol- most economical producer of

can be reduced feels the sharp edgeof Man." former that should 'pull' so far discovered.
gotten Forgotten by hair, it's just because I've found out lowing are some points

the budget's knife. customers and prospects. And why that this great country of ours is!Vibe considered in this connection. "Markets. I say, are the people.

With governments the same rule shouldn't they be forgotten? What now expected to celebrate the lowly I Pullets and hens. to do their best, and newspaper. advertising is dem- .

does not seem to apply. Between 1903 effort are they making to bring back doughnut, not for a day, or for a should be comfortably housed; plenty onstrably the most certain and economical -

and 1928. inclusive, the cost of government the old time profitable trade? week, but for a whole month. Yes. of ventilation should be provided but and the simplest method of
sales before the
including national, state, My .advice to you may not be worth sir, we may all rise and cheer for drafts should be avoided Colds and placing message

and local, increased from $19.30 to any more than a wooden leg to a National Doughnut Month. But if I group are generally the result. of the people. As an Englishman, I take
hat to those Americans who
$105.20 per person in the United tightrope walker, but my advice is you ask me, it's just another NUT birds being in poorly ventilate off my .
have led the in sales publicity.We .
States-an increase of 443 per cent. STOP playing a part. Be yourself. scheme to get our DOUGH. huoses. way
in Britain are benefitting by
This year the cost of government is Cleanliness is absolutely essential. -
their example. We try to get right
still higher. It has been said by Have clean houses, clean birds, clean .

statisticians that the first $38.000000 feed, and clean water. through to the people.

) earned by tax payers each work' No Fish, But Thrilling; Parasites. both external and inter- JUST LIKH A POET

fag day must be turned over to some nal, retard egg production.

governmental agency for the cost of Provide some form of green feed
being governed. Ride "Over the Waves"A each day. It contains minerals and I saw a sunbeam kiss a flower and it
I looked BO sweet to .me,
vitamines both of which
are ..essenI -
This article Is not intended to be- I sought a sip of nectar from this
tial. Such feeds kale collards
are ,
little the functions of governments, I I blossom by the sea.
oats. Bermuda etc. r "
rape, sprouted ,
nor to say the governments are being voyage across lake Okeechobeein I teen miles north of Moore Haven But instead of a sip of nectar whatI
are being used by poultry raisers.
conducted too expensively, but it does about 3 o'clock
Sunday morning and Hector
a small boat, even under the most Oyster shell, charcoal. and grit got by ,
Intend to bring to mind the steadily after staying with the boat till about Was the hot end of a bee.
favorable weather conditions and should be available in ,open hoppers..
Increasing cost"of" the privilege of 'daylight, had made his way to a farm -Phil Armstrong in the
with proper equipment is hazardous Feed a well balanced ration. The .
being governed. The nation has not 'I house about four miles back from FloridaTimesUnion
Increased in population by any figure enough, but when such a trip is the lake. I concentrates ,consist of a mash andscratch'

forced on a fellow during storm con- : feed. The common methodof
akin to 443 per cent in the past 20 I After obtaining breakfast he was I sometimes think a poet is of all
ditions and with only one oar as a feeding is to have large open hop- .)rAnd <
years, nor have governments branched brought back to Pahokee in a car men the most dense.
manner of propelling his craft, it be- pers in which the dry mash is put.
into business to such an extentto ;by a Mr. Close and welcomed by a such a line of conduct Is, I'm
real The birds the dry mash
comes dangerous.Such can consume
warrant the climbing cost in the host of anxious friends and aside sure, without defense;

period heretofore mentioned. however, was the experienceof I from. near exhaustion from the experience all day. Provide a non-wasting hopper What man of any taste would fora
R. H. recent arrival in and one that can be cleaned.
When taxes mount to the point Grigsby, a and blistered hands from I silly flower reach
Place the water fountain near mash
Pahokee. who has been here with
the use of the lone in to kiss sim-
where business men can not operate oar guidingthe When better things were
profitably after having cut as many his brother, Rev. R. E. Grigsby, of boat with the wind and waves, hopper. This will induce a greater ply swarming on the beach!

men as possible from their pay rolls, the: Church of the Nazarene, on last he was none the worse for the ex- mash consumption.The -Elmer Spencer, in
scratch feed Is fed
grain or
and after having slashed every other Saturday and Saturday night. perience, but states that he has Newark Advocate
either once or twice a day. If twice,
expense to the core business then Leaving home early Saturday caught up with his fishing for the ,
feed only a small amount in the morn
comes to a standstill, and can not morning with the expectation of going time being, at least..-Pahokee News. GOOLSBY RETURNS '00' ........ ........
ing and the greater part at night.
be' revived until some form of adjustment out in the lake a short distance, Louis C. Goolsby, who by this
Adopt a feeding practice and follow -
can:: be perfected. he expected to anchor the boat and time is probably rated as an oldtimer -
it out with regularity.
If the tax item In the.group However'l indulge in fishing for a few hours. in newspapering in the Everglades

head expenses can be Destiny, however, had another se- A BAGASSEVERY DID YOU: EVER STOP TO THINK? has severed his connection with the

material figure, they will be able' quence in store, and within a few LIGHT READING Pahokee News and Philosophy and

then. and not until then, to expand, minutes after the anchor was cast By Edson R. Watie returned to Canal Point where he is

add new names to the pay rolls and overboard and the business of fish- William Linton Andrews editor of in the employ of the EvergladesNews.

thus return the purchasing power of ing was started, a high wind sprang "Her little garden with its wide the Leeds (England) Mercury, says: .

labor. up and the follower! of Issak Walton variety of vegetables, furnishes her "Sometimes when I'listen to windy Mr. Goolsby worked on ,the Ever-

The whole thing works in a cycle. realized that he had arrived at a family with all they can eat and she talk about marketing plans I wantto glades News with Howard Sharp, editor -

Haven't' we reached the point wherea position in the middle of a bad fix. get up and remind the speaker for several years before going

reduction In cost of government is and without any implements or makes considerable extra money sell- that markets are, simply people. Some to Pahokee in January.Open .

Imperative? means for doing any fixing and liableto ing vegetables to her neighbors,"

THIS the fate of Jonah. says commenting the Jacksonville Mrs. Elbert Times-Union L. in I.:.............................................................................................................!................................... ........".JI. "' -
BRIDGE The anchor
BUSINESS with its small rope on J

was his sole dependance to stay art's quarter acre tract, in Stew-j I.+. .f. i T..'

:Many persons are prone to sit "put," but within a few minutes of has 35 different varieties of vege- .. ..

back at their soltaire games and pounding in the heavy sea which tables.

speak lIghtly'of the ancient and hon- had him bobbing? around. that gave Well, Saturday when Bagasse'readthat f the Public I Iy
orable of both and he cast adrift to
game bridge, auction way, was and, little comment he thought he'd
and contract. Before joining the headed for points west. to
I go over Mrs. Stewart's she beinga
, chorus of antl-bridgers, give a mom- Looked like Davvy Jones' locker'
neighbor, and borrow a couple of .Y. -- ..
ents study to the following interest- was about ready to open up and stow those extra dollars, or maybe get a .. ..

Ing figures on the game as now play- away another man. "mess of collards" to feed the wolfat +
ed In the United States. :: Moderate Green Fees *;
Thirty-five forty miles of rag- the door. Bagasse would have ; .
Bridge has been one not to ..,
sport s
ing waves didn't appeal to Mr.Grigs- got the money or the collards ex-

feel the sting of depression. by's desire for travelling. No siree! cept for a few reasons: viz, namely, :: Exceptional Fairways :;:
:More than
500,000 took les-
bridge He tried to hold that boat backat as follows: Mrs. Stewart did not

sons from 2,000 persons who have least until someone on the shore plant the quarter acre tract to pro- y Interesting Grass Greens :=.
made :
a profession of teaching the
vide extra Her '
should see his predicament and bring spending money. .
finer points of the {
game. The annual him back. But nary a soul happened garden had only been planted two y -

"turn-over" of the bridge industry in to notice him. In fact ,he had I I weeks. And besides, a wolf does s. ." I :_:

the United States last year amountedto drifted out almost to the line of the not eat collards. .'i' : r .+.
the small figure of hun- :' ..
only one ... ,
horizon before he was noticed and Which all to ..
goes prove some :
dred million dollars. There The Most I ::
are more Popular
an effort was started to make his, newspaper columnists, like Phil Arm- :;: ;kh i. ;
than 100 books devoted to bridge [ y
rescue. strong of Times-Union fame, have y .,' ..
being ''
published each
year. Until pub- Louis Friend and Lovett ob-' vivid imaginations. : Recreation Center '
lishers of other books recently de-' Henry :;: :.';. :f
tained a row boat, attached a small o-o '. : l.
mended that books on bridge be:: I .. ": ;:; .
outboard motor to it and started out, If expect to play contract ; .. .;. ,
classed you .. .. qt
separately they headed the ; .:: In Clewiston .,. '
list of non-fiction best sellers. Two I but after getting out into rough water bridge after November 1st. you'llhave .... ."*<<. -.. '':'' ,if I

monthly magazines are devoted exclusively the motor drowned out, and they, to learn some new rules. A ':' ./: ".,"''" .:..

to bridge. It is almost impossible too, were left drifting. funny thing about it is that the y. f.

to tabulate the numbers of 1 Another boat picked the rescuers rules will be kept secret until then d y : vX

articles being printed in daily and: up about fifteen miles out in the the sponsors hope. xt

weekly newspapers. on the subject of lake and brought them back to Pa- Early November first morning when

bridge. However, one daily bridge hokee and left Grigsby still lost. you start to play your morning roundof t Clewiston Golf Course i iy

feature is published in newspapers Efforts to locate the drifting man bridge you may have to learn howto

having a combined circulation of were abandoned until early Sunday finesse a deuce through a queen vy

nearly 8,000,000.It (morning and an extensive search was for an extra trick. One thing about yy vy

is estimated that more than 20-;then started. but. in the meantime the new rules that leaked out is v y

000,000 are devotees to the two :the man in the small row boat had that penalties for nonvulnerable sets .X..X-:HM:..K K..HP.4.GE ..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:.

forms of the. game, jreached shore at Lakeport, about fife, will be increased to deter physic bid-

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and revolt, and tne church, in con soever a man soweth. that shall he
1 1 Cultivate Your Garden I'tests with the civil powers, would also reap. For he that soweth to, his

: Personal Mention soon have been destroyed." ,flesh shall of flesh reap corruption;

.Of l Another quotes the phrase, "He I I but he that soweth to the spirit

..-:" that resisteth the power withstand- i shall of the spirit reap life ..evexrlast-
'.. ,t;. L. C. Sturgis spent Sunday in West rny141 ,,eth the power of God." and says that I ing. And let us not be weary in :well

"tif.'Paim Beach visiting friends. those who advise and practice vio-i doing I : for in due season we shall

lation of prohibition law, or any I' reap, if we faint not. And we have

-. J. C. Jackinan of LaBelle, was in law, are willfully violating God's 'I therefore opportunity,' let us do, good

.. Clewiston Tuesday on businesss. -'- Lei l --t' law as well as the laws of their coun-!I unto all men, especially unto them '
q i iT try; that such persons cannot be! who are of the hpusehold of faith" ,
D. O. Hatch left this week for 'and are not good citizens-whether: Do not forget the golden text,

:, ,! Jacksonville where he will make his 1 they be United States Senators, COl-: "Whatsoever a man soweth that'

,; '; home. ,lege Presidents or day laborers.We shall he also reap," for in' nearly ,
:, now even find some "Minist- every case you will find ',that comes'

C. L. Beckmyer, of LaBelle has : (08 (nx lu) _, t 'ers" who preach (and probably practice true. It is a fixed principle of human

been spending' the week in Clewistonon I'' PEASv ) violations of the laws of the moral and spiritual life.

business. 'land. We even find State and Fed- In Matthew 22:21, Jesus said,

-- ati I eral Judges who refuse to enforce "Render therefore unto, Ceasar the,

Miss Lotta Keith, of South Bay was some of the laws because they do not things which are Ceasar's; and unto,.

the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.E. De r '' like them. God the things that are God's." t,
L. Stewart.J. In speaking of the rulers (gover-

nors, judges sheriffs, magistrates, IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH .IU ,
L. Taylor, of LaBelle, tax collec- mayors, policemen, etc.) Paul says, DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOIL HEN.
,. ,.. .., .,. .... "For he is the minister DRY COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA
tor of Hendry county was in Clewis- ---= r rr A r. "' \\' \ k.K'7>r- '" I of God to PUTS R. BEARDSLEY. JOINED .' f
ton ,on business Wednesday.Miss Thee for God." BY HER HUSBAND JAMES E. ,
was that inimitable French less you call opening a can labor,
IT wit and philosopher, Voltaire, and there are now efficient can- Every official who tries to obey BEARDSLEY, vs.COMPLAINANTS, ,
Eleanor Wintle spent Sundayin who put into the mouth of the openers on the market. There is and enforce the laws we have is Theodore Gottlieb jr: and if mar
Ft. Myers with her parents, Mr. hero of "Candide" the advice to no wastage because canned foods carrying out, not only the laws of ried his wife Mrs. Theodore Gott-
lieb ,
and Mrs. A. ,R. Wintle. "cultivate your garden." There I are packed in a variety of size our country, but also the laws of and if jr. married Theodore Mrs.Gottlieb Theodore, sr.
are several ways of doing this cans--even down to the tiny individual God; and it is the duty of Gottlieb ar., August Kuhlman
and the easiest and most time- size, when you want justa every and if married Mrs.. August .
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Peterson were saving, in these modern days, is bit. There is a greater varietyin to support and encourage Kuhlman,' Wm. H. Kuhlman and
week end visitors in Jacksonville to take advantage of the activ- canned foods than in your own such officials. if DefendantsIt married Mrs Wm. H. Kuhlman,

where they went to visit relatives. ities of those colossal gardeners, garden because the canned foods Not only are the officials blame- appearing by affidavit appended
the commercial canners, and thus gardens stretch from one' end of able for non-enforcement of the laws to the bill of complaint In the above

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. Mrs. E R Fon- have more varieties of better the globe to the other-and even but each of us as citizens are duty named entitled defendants cause that are each non-residents of the above of

I taine and Troy Puryear were Saturday fruits and vegetables than you into icy and tropical seas where bound to obey them and aid in caus- the State of Florida that they are
could ever raise by yourself. choice fish are "harvested." The ing others each over the age of twenty-one years,
to do
j visitors in West Palm Beach. seeds you sow in your own gar- so. In speaking of that there is no person within _the
Q ---.- den law obedience Paul said, "Be subjectnot State of Florida the service of Sum-
"Canned Gardens" may or may not bring the
mons in Chancery whom
on would
Mrs. W.' M. Redelsheimer and son, best results, whereas the canner only for wrath, but also for con- either or any of the said defendants.bind
i It'id..Billy, spent the week end in Miami There are several distinct ad- sows only selected seeds in se- science sake." There are always It Is thereupon considered, ordered

; visiting Mrs. Redelsheimer's mother.B. vantages in "canned gardens." lected soils. several inducements to obey all mor- and the adjudged above named that defendants each and every be and of
There is no risk of spoilage be- And last, not least, utilizing the al, civil and criminal law,, among they are hereby required to be and
F. Magill, democratic nomineefor cause the surplus cans are readyon canners' gardens gives you more which are; the fear of (or desire to appear before this Court P1> or before
the shelf for the time of need, time for out-door life. Would Monday; November the ,7th, A. D. 1932.
commissioner of district avoid) punishment inflicted officials to then and there
county by -, answer the Bill of
instead of spoiling in the garden you rather spend that time play-
Complaint in said
a desire to have cause, otherwise the
two, of LaBelle, was here on business basket while they waiting to ing tennis freedom from
are golf, motoring, sailingor sarne will be taken as confessed by
"Wednesday. be used. There is no labor-un-. -- weeding your garden?* a sense of guilt, and the comfort ofa them.
.--- clear conscience, and a desire to Don and ordered this 4th day of
October. A. D. 1932.
H. L. Lapp of Pahokee. managerof help others to do right. (SEAL) (Signed! ) WM. T. HULL.
the Florida Power and Light com- DATES HAVE BEEN FIXED FOR from the old Kansas cattle townsof In the last, part of our lesson Paul Clerk Circuit Court.'

pany of that place, was in Clewiston THE ANNUAL BIG SHOW AT frontier days. urges a continual effort to obey laws By INEZ Deputy MAGILL.Clerk.. '
on business yesterday. MIAMI THIS YEAR The path of light in the Northwest of God and our country. "Be not deceived -! LOUIS O. GRAVELY '

section of the state closely followsthe ; God is not mocked: for what K-Solicitor Oct. 7, 14 for, 21 Complainant., 28, Nov.. 4.
T. V. Watson, vegetable broker, returned Miami, Oct. 25-Mayor R. B. Gau- old Santa Fe Trail, where cover-

to Clewiston: this week for the tier of Miami has announced after a 'wagons laboriously pushed on to
season. Mr. Watson is making his special meeting of the City Cimmis-, San Diego and the West Coast. All -- .

home at the Clewiston Inn. sian called for the purpose of considering of this within the memory of many

the advisability of holdingthe living men!,
R. M. Burchard, of Ft. Denaud. republican Fifth Annual Miami American Lighted skyways are only typicalof

nominee for county com- Air Races, that they will be held; the Nation at large. If one could Do You Agree? .

missioner was in Clewiston on busi- Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January rise high enough in the sky he wouldsee ,

ness Monday.F. 5, 6 and 7, 1933. Although the Nation crisscrossed with

there was some discussion as to the lighted pathways guiding planes and
Watts Hall, of LaBelle, repub- advisability of holding this midwinter passengers to a safe landing / am setting forth my platform on which I am making my

lican candidate for county commis- get-together of the aviation industry -
race for Sheriff of Hendry County.. I believe that each of
sioner of district two was here on civic leaders are said to have

business Monday and Tuesday. declared 'that such an event was the planks is for the betterment of the whole county, and
unfcap 'tIjooY .
needed to interest tourists and stimulate -:
Capt.. Hurd L. Reeves and 'Mr. and business ate the beginning ofthe if elected I promise' to live up to each of them.. '

Mrs. Sam H. Brown stopped in Clew- season. Icon

iston a short time Monday afternoonon The completion last year of valuable -

.":'- their way to Belle Glade. improvements at the Municipal .---- No Non-Resident Deputies.No .

Airport will make it possible to hold SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1932
Alto Hires, of t.Denaud, demo- these events with' a greatly reduced Negro Deputies.
cratic nominee for county commis- budget without curtailing the pro- Subject: The Christain and Law .

sioner from that district was in Clew- gram. Some of the fastest airplanesin Observance. Honest and Impartial Law Enforcement.Strict .
iston in the interest of his campaign the country, several of which have Golden Text: "Whatsoever a man <
Economy in the Sheriff's Office.
yesterday. never been on exihibition before, soweth, that shall he also reap."

T will be present, together with nationally Gal. 6:7.Lesson.

,John K. Mowry returned Wednes- I known pilots, and representatives Text: Romans 13:1-7; Gal-
day from Bradenton :where he had of all the leading aircraft fac- lations 6:710.A > Ton can do your part to bring this about by writing my

gone as delegate to the state con- I
torle!. picture of a drunkard: "Who and mark it the ballot
vention from the Clewiston Kiwansi name, a cross opposite on
hath woe? who hath sorrow? who
club. WAGON TRAIS TO LIGHTED hath babbling? who hath _wounds

SKYWAYSBy without cause? who hath redness of
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley and
eyes? They that tarry long at wine;
Lloyd Sparrow were Sunday visitorsin Edson R. Waite Fred WhiddenFor
they; that go to seek mixed wine.
Tampa. Mrs. Sparrow and' baby This might well be entitled "From Look not thou upon the wine whenit I Ii
daughter returned with them to make Covered Wagon Trails To Lighted i
is red, when it giveth its colourin
their home here. Skyways." Sheriff of Hendry County
the cup when it moveth itself I
Few people, indeed, appreciate the
aright. At the last it biteth like a
Mrs. H. C. A van t, Miss Marcia part electricity plays in modern avi- (Paid political advertisemnt)
serpent, and stingeth like an adder.
Avant, Miss Ulla Jacobsen, and Joe Now and then lone ---.i.
ation. one sees a Thine shall behold ---------.
eyes strange women -
Cato spent, Sunday in St. Cloud visit- beacon flashing its friendly message and thine heart shall utter per- :
ing Mrs. Avant's father. Miss Anna landing
and a lighted emergency
verse Yea, thou shalt be as
Belle Batton of. St. Cloud, returned field. while travelling over our high-
he that lieth down in the midst of e. e
with them and will be the guest of Few people appreciate the
'. ways. he: sea, vor,,as he that lieth upon the ,
\, ,,her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. significance of these new lighted sentinels -
top of a mast. They have stricken
Avant, for a few weeks.BROWNHOWARD. of safety for the air lanes in
me, shalt thou say, and I was not-
clouds.I Jackman for Assessor
sick; they have beaten me. and J I
friend to drawan
asked an engineer
felt it not; when shall I awake? I
accurate picture of Oklahoma as every soul be subject unto the higher
Of interest to their many friendsin it would be seen from the ir at night. will seek it yet again." -
Hendry county is the announcement The finished product would take .
In speaking of laws and their ob
of the marriage of Mr. SamH.
your breath away. If you were high
servance, the Apostle Paul said, "Let I Announce myself as a candidatefor
Brown, of Immokalee, to Miss enough in the air and about to cross J\
Edith Howard, daughter of Mr. and the Red River entering Oklahoma powers. For, there is no power but Tax Assessor of Hendry county subject to the will of
Mrst Thomas Howard of LaBelle of God; the powers that be are or-
from the south, you would see a pathof
in the General Election November the 8th. If irj
which took place in Moore Haven light cutting directly up and down dained of God. Whatsoever there- the voters ,

Sunday evening. the state from Marietta, through fore resisteth the power. resisteththe elected to this office I promise to serve you faithfully and
The bride has been deputy tax ordinance of God: and they that
Ardmore, Sulphur, Pauls Valley, Nor-
assessor of Hendry county 'for the man. Oklahoma City, Gurthrie. and resist shall receive to themselves impartially, giving a fair assessment ,to every propertyowner

past seven years and has taken, active on up into Kansas damnation. For rulers are not a regardless of whether he is a' voter or a nonresident -
parts in the civic and social affairs terror to good works, but to the
'Beacons landing fields
of LaBelle. The groom. a nephew of, and radio signal emergency stations have made evil. For he is the minister of God owner. I am thoroughly familiar with the duties of i

Sheriff B. F. Tippens, of Lee to thee for good. But if thou do render efficient service.It
night flying safe and comfortable, ,the office and competent to an, i
that which is evil, be afraid for he
'. .4 is well known in this county. particularly in hot weather. ;
They will make their home in Im- beareth not the sword in vain: for
Another pathway of light cuts l),
mokalee after the first of the year. across the state in the northwest he is the minister of God, a revenger will be necessary for you to write my name and

corner from Shattuck to Alva. An-i to execute wrath upon him that make a cross by it on the ballot November eighth.
doeth evil. Wherefore be subject, .
other glowing white streak enters the
j .... Your consideration is solicited.
' not only for wrath. but also for con- earnest
', ,..' --- state from the west and crosses on
science sake for they God's
A wedding of much interest in
its way to St. Louis and the East.It .
both Glades ahd Hendry counties is deeply interesting when one ministers. attending continually upon

was that of Broadus R. Gantt, of stops to think about this north and this very thing. Render thereforeto J.CJackmanFOR
,";' Moore Haven, and Mrs. Annette Ro-I south lighted skyway across the all their dues: tribute to whom

gers, of LaBelle, which was announced state of Oklahoma. It closely bord- tribute is due; custom to whom cus-
this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gantt tom; fear to whom fear; honour to
ers the old Chisholm Trail, over
were married In Wauchula on October -, which thundering herds of Texas cat- whom honour." TAX ASSESSORP.d

15th. the ceremony being per- tle were brought north for shipping A writer says, "There_ was so
formed by Judge F. G. Jones, but -- much in Christaiuity that was opposed -

th wedding was kept secret until host of friends who are extending to the wicked ways of Rome that' ( political advertisemnt)
Saturday when Mr. Gantt broughthis congratulations and best wishes without this rule of obedience the f

bride here to live. They are residing in the Gantt apart- Christains would have felt them-
Both Mr. and Mrs. Gantt have a ments. Mooro Haven Democrat. selves urged constantly to revolution ...- 'IG' .




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Mathews Cites Dangersof DEMOCRATIC NOMINEESFor

Presidential Electors:

Vote for Seven:

RepublicanGovernor WILLIARD W. AYRES



Jacksonville, October 26th-Com- when Democrats consider these mat- HERBERT WILLIAM FISHERW.

menting upon the present general ters they will 'not be willing to per- B. LANIER

election campaign, John E. Mathewsof mit a Republican to be elected governor / G. T. MCCLELLAND

Jacksonville, member of the 1929 and, therefore, turn over the I ;:;4 i///lliI// HUGH C. SPARKMAN

and 1931 legislature, and a staunch election machinery, together with t 1 For U. S. Senator:
n: F r I
Democrat, declares that "The white the prosecuting officers of the courts 5 IrII IP II DUNCAN U. FLETCHERFor

Democrats of Florida should consider and the judges of the courts, to the I Congressman At Large:

the fact that when they vote fora Republican machine of this state. W. J. (Joe) SEARS

candidate for governor they do not "Florida had one experience witha !: ., For Representative In Congress. ,

vote for him alone, but also vote corrupt Republican machine in the J1t4 First District:

for confirmation of their choice in. state, which had control of the courts J. HARDIN PETERSONFor

the primaries of the successful can- and the election machinery," Mr. : \\I \\ ;I IP I I rI Governor:
didates for such offices- as supervisors Mathews recalls. .; x I VIII Il llll/ '\ it DAVE SHOLTZFor
,, 5} {
of registration, county solicitors, "By fraud and corruption." he says I Comptroller:

state attorneys and circuit judges. "the election in Florida was stolenone J. M. LEE

Democrats should also consider, time by Republicans and it re- For Commissioner of Agriculture:

Mr. Mathews continues, that when sulted in the election of the presi- NATHAN MAYO

they vote for a governor they are dent of the United States. The election Better Breakfasts For Member House of Representatives -

voting for a man ;who will have the depended upon the electoral :

"power of removal or suspension of vote from Florida and when the call Honey'balls Filled nith Raspberries ELBERT L. STEWARTFor

all state and county offices not sub- went out that Florida's votes were Readyto-Eat Cereal with Cream Sheriff: "

ject to impeachment 'during the next needed in order to elect a Republican Creamy Scrambled Eggs with Mushrooms H. L. DELANEYFor

four years, and who will also have president, the Republican ma- Jelly Muffins Coffee
the power to fill vacancies in state chine in Florida then in control of Clerk Circuit Court:

and county offices caused by deathor the election machinery and courts, YOUNG Romance visualizes pare that they are verily "waftod WILLIAM T. HULL

resignation. proceeded to perpetuate the most gigantic [ upon a balcony up"? For County Judge:

Therefore, he points out, it is apparent election fraud In the historyof somewhere, overhanging gar Creamy Scrambled Eggs with H. A. RIDER
dens or something, and foods Mushrooms: Make a white
that Democrats are voting for the country when it declared the wafted somehow-an alto- sauce For Tax Assessor: _'
I up of two tablespoons of butter, one
the "man who Is to exercise this tre- Republican presidential electors el- gether delightful Sometime. No tablespoon flour, one cup of milk, HURD L. REEVESFor

mendous power and Influence upon ected. This action later was confirmed eggs to fry, dear no! Nor pots and salt and pepper to taste. Cut Tax Collector: .

all governmental affairs of our coun- by Republican judges. and pans to wash! the contents of one 4-ounce can E. E. KELLY

ties and state." "When the people consider these mushrooms in slices, and saute For Superintendent of Public In-

Mr. Mathews urges all Democratsto matters," Mr. Mathews says in con- Why ever wake up? Why not for a few minutes in a little but- struction: :l ,

consider the importance of such elusion, "I predict that all the Dem- breakfast in some delightful window ter; then add to the hot sauce. E. L. STALLINGSFor
of your home, overlookingthe When hot break
In six and
,offices as supervisor of registration ocratic nominees from constable to eggs Supervisor of Registration:
garden or the window box, combine gently with a fork, cook.
county solicitor, state attorney. and president, will be elected by the and feast on honeyballs filled with ing at a low temperature -intil JOHN L. HALL

circuit judge."SupervIsors. largest majorities ever given candi- raspberries, say, creamy eggs with the eggs are done but not hard, For County Commissioner-Dlst. 1:

of registration," he dates in! Florida." mushrooms and golden little jelly and the whole mixture Is creamy. DAVE G. ALSTONFor

continues "have primary control muffins-foods so simple to pre- This serves five to six persons.* County Commissioner-Dlst. 2:

over our election machinery. It is PRATICAI/ SIDE OF HOMEMAKING B. F. MAGILL

the duty of county solicitors and the TAUGHT AT SCHOOL IFor County Commissioner-Dist. 3:

state attorneys to prosecute crimes, Man debt the result of the collapse. of the RAY C. HULL

and fraud In connection with primary (Continued from page One). Chicago boom, and is paying' current bills; For County Commissioner-Dist. 4:

and general elections. It is the duty were many things about the house while in a four year reconstruction ALTO HIRES

of circuit judges to charge grand which needed to be done in order to Starts Work period of Republican control, the G. For County Commissioner-Dist.' 5:
I O. P. repudiated all debts. and ran F. L. DUNAWAYFor
Juries with reference to these mat- make it as attractive as a home

ters, and in most of the counties of: should be. But the home economics the state $1,311,649 further into Constable-Dist. 1:

the state, to preside at the trial of class did not stand back to wait for River Estate' debt. At least, that's what their owngovernor E. B. BUTLER

persons charged with crimes in connection the school board to hire someone to Harrison Reed, reportedto For Constable-Dist. 2:

with primary and general place the house in order. They surmised the legislature in his message R. F. LUCKEY
to that body-and "he seemed to be
elections and rightly so, that some day
"In other words," he says, "these the members of the class might be HUXDRED_ ACRE TRACT NEAR bragging about that as a good re- SLOW DEATH BY| SUICIDE
officers who are appointed by the called upon to rearrange houses into cord.Of
governor, would for all practical homes for themselves so with paint TROPICAL GARDEN course there are Republicanswho "Towns do not die; they just com-

purposes have absolute control of brush and scrub-brush allhands set .---- will tell you that the Republican mit suicide," says the Arcadian,

the election of state party has changed.We pleading with residents to do their
machinery our about the task of making the demon- --E. B. Carson Chicago financier
and of the courts of the state. stration home into an ideal kitchen. who has been a frequent visitor in merely ask them "when?" trading in Arcadia. Passing the
"Can conceive" he asks Today we see Republicans run- question of how a town can commit
we "of The
satisfactory result of their labors Fort and Lee for
Myers county
in sev- ning the country into debt at the suicide without dying, we believe the
qualified Republicans coun- be the
every can seen as house takesa eral years is improving a beautiful I I
ty, or In every judicial circuit who "homey" appearance.Not tract of river front land just above rate month.of a hundred million 0- dollars per I'Sui-cide[

are qualified to hold such important only is the dmonstration cook Alva and is intentional. Towns don't
Thursday morning he put
/ That is no sign of improve- deliberately put themselves to death
offices supervisor of The any
as registration, class' is not only learning the some thirty men at work on this IX.
solicitor, state and ments.-Avon Park Sun. but they frequently wither away be- .
county attorney making a home rahts mtet a met hundred acre tract, he purchased 5 -
county judge?" theoretical cause their merchants go to sleep on
I I[ and practical sides of or 6
years ago. the job and fail to show the home
Dave Sholtz, Democratic nominee (managing a home, but at the same The tract is located just above the GEORGIANS BET FORD

for governor, Mr. Mathews observes.'\'I time the members are using the food county line between Lee and Hendry ROOSEVELT WILL WIN folks the advantage of doing busi-
ness with' firms they know and men
"has publicly and unqualifiedly pled-,,they prepare to serve to undernourished counties on the left side of the Palm
ged himself to confirm who also buy at home.-Miami Daily
nominees of I children of the school.
I Beach and is ideal
I highway, for a Two young Greensboro businessmen News.
the Democratic primary by appoint-! The'outside of the house is not being
i t fine country estate. It is very high have offered Henry Ford a very
Ing them to the various off ices, for : neglected. The boys and girls of
land, and now has three houses on "friendly wager" of "a 201-acre farm
which they were nominated. i:. the agriculture class are using their it. These will be immediately re'- against a model V-8 Ford automobilethat CIRCUIT IX AND FOR HEX-

"It Is natural to assume," he con- acquired knowledge in beautifyingthe modeled. A community kitchen will Franklin D. Roosevelt will be DRY COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA.
tinues, "that Mr. Howey, Republican lawn of their school home. The RUTH R. BEARDSLEY JOINEDBY
be built at which the workmen will elected. HER HUSBAND JAMES E.
candidate for governor, would only grounds are being planted to flowers be fed. BEARDSLEY, COMPLAINANTS,
I I I Carl Williams. general of
appoint tried and true Republicansto by the agriculture class vs.
two or I
The grounds are all to be cleared the: Greensboro Herald-Journal, andJ. TheodoreGottlieb, jr. and, if mar-
all these Important offices." three plots have been set aside for' In ried, his wife Mrs. Theodore Gott-
l and put fine shape., :It is plannedto
Mr. Mathews he is satisfied vegetable B. Winslett, druggist..sent this offer lieb, jr., Theodore Gottlieb, sr.
says growing projects. I plant thousands of palms and oth-,' to Ford recently. and. If married, :Mrs. Theodore
{'I Gottlieb, sr., August Kuhlmanand
er tropical trees and shrubs. A I
I "We notice where you are interested if married. Mrs. August
greenhouse will be built to grow I Kuhlman Wm. H. Kuhlman and,
in the re-election of President
special delicacies for the comfort If married. :Mrs. Wm. H. Kuhlman, *.
Milk Condensed .:Hoover, and we would like to make DefendantsIt
or and convenience of :Mr. Carson and
: appearing by affidavit appendedto
the contest a little more interestingby
his guests.Mr. I.I the bill of complaint in the above
offering as a friendly wager, a entitled cause that each of the abovo
. Carson, who has been for the
Evaporated 201-acre Greene county farm againsta named defendants are non-residents of
past week or so the guest of Mr. the State of Florida, that they are
model V-8 Ford that President each over the age of twenty-one years,
and Mrs. Clarence B. Chadwick, will i Hoover will not be re-elected on November that there Is no person within the
leave for Chicago in a few days. He State of Florida the service of Sum-
8th. mons In Chancery on whom would bind
r I!
will return after the election to see either or any of the said defendants.It .
how I I "In 1919, under the last Demo- la thereupon considered, ordered,
} 1 I.. things are progressing. As soon J' '
q Ig1 L > la tl cratic administration this 201-acre and adjudged that each and every.ofN d
as the grounds are in place, a fine the above named defendants be and 1
1 1I tract of land valued at t
modern home, large and commodious -;( was $10,000. they are hereby required to be and
!There is today approximately 250,000 appear before this Court on or before
will be built ).
and Mr. and Mrs.
-- Monday, November the 7th, A. 1932
feet of timber and 50.000 feet
I 'si Carson and their children will spend i, pine to then and there answer the Bill of
of hard wood timber in said otherwise the
on the place. Complaint cause
a great part of their time in Lee
same will be taken as confessed by
.The tenant house is in fair condi- -
co.unty.-Fort Myers Floridan. them.
tion. Done and ordered this 4th day of
October, A. D. 1932.
"In the event of President Hoov- (SEAL) (Signed) WM. T. HULL,.
COMPARISONS IN ORDER er's re-election we feel that we will I Clerk Circuit Court.
lose the place anyway and would Deputy Clerk.
Parties, like trees, are known by
much prefer you owning it than
their fruit. This leads naturally, to Solicitor for Complainant.
being sold by the sheriff. N-oct. 14, 21, 28 Nov. 4.
comparisons, which are proper when }

two parties seek the vote of men

and women.

Fortunately-some of the old timers -

may feel it was unfortunate

can compare the actions, the results NOTICE

and the "fruits" of both parties in

Florida. Both parties have a. Florida -
you know the difference In to about
DO one-half of its original record.
these two good forms of volume without the
\ milk? You use them so addition of Many voters today don't realize
generally sugar. After it is drawn from
and you buy them in such the that fact-don't know that the Re-
vacuum pan, it Is put througha WE HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT
quantities to
supplement or substitute homogenizer to break up the publican party ever sat in the saddlein
for bottled milk, it will be fat globules Florida.
so that they will not
Interesting: to know FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS :
how separate
they on standing. The milk But Republicans do have a Florida
In the process of Is
making The U. S. Department exposed then placed to steam in sealed under cans and record. For eight years they held

of Agriculture gives this interesting The temperature must pressure.be sufficiently undisputed sway over the state gov-

explanation In a booklet high and the ernment. And in eight years they
"Milk and Ita Uses in the exposure the state far in debt it -
"Commercial Home": long enough to destroy all bacteria ran so that Will Be Prosecuted.
dented sweetened con In the milk. In this processa took their Democratic successors 25 Trespassers

milk is usually made by soft curd is usually formed, years to pay the state out of its
adding cane sugar to fresh milk, and, after the milk has cooled, bonded debt.Comparing.
heating the
milk to dissolve
the the
cans arc shaken vigorously
sugar, and then the reconstruction per-
evaporating the to break up this curd and
whole until Its bulk Is a little the milk a iod of today with the reconstruction
creamy consistency.
less than one-half of fresh milk. Due to the added sugar In period sixty-five: years ago we find < The Clewiston Co.PAGE .

"Evaporated,milk, as known In sweetened condensed milk, it is that in four years of,'reconstructiona
tho trade, is whole milk that has not
necessary to sterilize the product Democratic administration has wiped -
been condensed in a vacuum pan after it is filled into cans* out nearly $5,000,000 In floating