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: November 11, 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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> 7'. COUNTY ELECTS ONLY REPUBLICAN Unofficial Vole Tally, flendry County :ENGINEER DRIFTS


; ; P R 'E' C 'I ,N C T S '- 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 j 5 I Total


ROOSEVELT ......._..................I'295 53 177 1 63 75 666
-... .-- HOOVER, .""....-,..,.--.,.--......'". 53 20 25 27 17 157I
Clewiston Golfers
-r- 1IAJOIUTIESHendry Lose to Tampa PairOne COMB LAKE IN SEARCH" ,

FLETCHER ....._____..,.___.-_..I 287 55 150 1 56, I 70 618
county swung itself into
While his friends and neighborswere
the Democratic column as far as eagle, one birdie and two pars FOR CONGRESS -AT-LAnGE: sitting in the quietness of their
the 455-yard number hole
state and national nominees are con- seven homes listening to radio reports of
of the local course featured the I' <
cerend in the general election Tuesday SEARS .................................... 246 50 132 47 71 546 Tuesday's election, John W. Moore,
golf match here between two
distinction of having Sunday SKIPPER ....................---........ .69 20 46 24 21 180 U. S. Engineer, in charge of the fed-
but (I
.. gained a star Tampa golfers and Lloyd Spar- eral navigation and flood control pro-
elected the only, Republican to row. Clewiston pro., and Tom Shelley, ject in Lake Okeechobee;? was drifting

... sit in the 1933 state legislature when leading local golfer, in which the FOR CONGRESSMAN, 1st. DIST.. aimlessly about In Lake Okeechobee:
R. Everette Burchard of LaBelle, Tampans finally emerged with a two with two government Inspectors ,all.
nosed out Elbert L. Stewart. of hole lead after 36 holes of strenuous PETERSON ............................I 262 I 175 59 83 639 without food or smokes. The party
Clewiston by a 17 vote margin for golf. THOMPSON ............................, 39. 15 25 19 15 113
I was found shortly after noon Wed-, -
Representative. Frank A. Dough- I Sparrow's eagle on number seven I nesday stranded on a rock reef off
!J j' erty, also of LaBelle; defeated E. E. was the outstanding hole of the ,day. FOR GOVERNOR: Bacom's Point on the East shore of
Kelly, of Clewiston, for tax collec- I Two long woods laid his ball within the lake. Mr. Moore was accompanied *

county gave a substatial majority to seven feet of the pin, and his trusty HOWE ...................._............I 84 20 1 53 35 41 233 by V. H. McCarter and Beverly
i Roosevelt, 666 to 157, and to J. putter rolled it in for the three. Wag- SHOLTZ ..:.............................. 288 57 54 53 614 C. Flannigan. inspectors.
I :' Hardin Peterson, for ,representative german, also played the hole like a .I They had left Clewlston Tuesday
I from the first congressional district. veteran second
L, dropping his shot morning to make an inspection of the
I and to W. J. Sears for congressman near the pin but failed to sink his FOR SECRETARY OF STATE: work being done on 'the east side of
at large against Glenn B. Skipper.In three. His fourth easily thumpedthe government
the lake in the
the governor's race, Hendry botom of the cup. Shelley and RAY ....."'..._.._.___....,._,...,.....1.I 265 I I 60 151 I 52 I 59- I boat, "Caloosa," which ran out speed of

" county came through with flying Gibbons easily played the hole in par. I I gas on the return trip about four

''i 1' r ', colors to give Dave Sholtz, Democratic In the morning round. Sparrow led FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: o'clock Tuesday afternoon.No .

.. nominee a vote of 614 to 223 his former playing partner from Tam- anxiety was felt for the party

for the Republican candidate W. J. pa, by hanging up a pair of 36's for ANDIS .___.__...,.._..._..._.."'..... 245 135 43 536I until 'they did not report at the en-
Howey. the first 18, while George Wagger- I
..... .- gineers office here Wednesday morn-
," .: Alto Hires, ,Democratic nominee manTampa pro. was forced to takean FOR COMPTROLLER: ing. An investigation ;was started,
;.. .;"-' for county commissioner opposed by extra stroke on the last round. I and two planes were dispatched from

R. M. Burchard, father of the repre- Tom Shelley played slightly above A. F. KNOTTS ........................1 71 I 26.,1 47 24 38 206 Miami to aid in the search for the
sentative-elect, barely gained an 18 his normal game in the morning to LEE ....................................... 243 I 135 42 I 157 i I 523 men. Practically every governmentcraft
vote to be elected. end the 18 with a pair of 42's. I I I I I I on the lake project was pressed
: A complete Democratic board of Gordon Gibbons, fourth member of FOR STATE TREASURER: into service as searching parties were,

county commissioners was elected despite the quartet, and one time championof I formed. A party of men in the:

two Republican and' one inde- Florida amatuers, could not get W. V. KNOTT ----....................I 247 I 153- 1145 1 f 60 I 552'\\ launch "Pablo" finally located the
pendent opposition. Dave G. Alston I the feel of his clubs in the morning I I I I'I I--, 1 I. officials comfortably resting in the

Clewiston, was elected and had to be content with 'a 43-40. INSTRUCTION'; :" cabin of their launch a few miles off
Small, independent by a majority of He redeemed himself in the afternoon ... the shore at Bacom's Point.. Insteadof
,. .\.'"1 223 votes in the county wide poll. by hanging up a neat pair of ,,' 'CAWTHON. .......;..-...__............... 266 I I..57.. I 144. 1 51.'{I;, '585 the customary "Hello" the rescue
B. F. Magill, Democratic' nominee 38's, .' .I I' '.' r, .. '- ,; ;, 671 I party was greeted with', "Did you
; s from- district two (East LaBelle.), Both Tampans had words of praisefor bring anything to. smoke?"
(Continued: on page fOld:, the Clewiston course. 'FOIL. COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE: ', 1'1; The planes sent to aid the search

MAYO. _............__....._::: ...._...:1.2; 7 6 .1 i57i60rL56 I : I 67 -Cl'1 ; .' arrived Moore and about hisparty,an hour was found.after Mr.
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PAYMENTBY BUFORD ....................-.......... 239 45 \1126 43 63 516
DAVIS ....................................1 246 46 132 45 64 533 HIGHEST HONORSIN
i BEST WINDBREAKS ELLIS .................................___..1 229 44 121 41 62 497


I OR OAK, WRITER CLAIMS BE SETTLED AT ANY DOUGLASS .,...,..""..,.,.---"....:.j 261 139 \ 49 58 551I I -
Of interest to residents of Clewis- William T. Hull, Clerk of the Cir- I I BADGE AWARDSThe
ton is the discussion of the Australian cuit Court, was waiting late this R. EVERETTE BURCHARD..I 119 I 42 140 61 59 I 421
pine as a forestry tree, by Dr afternoon for E. W. Treadwell, of ELBERT L. STEWART ........ 243 I 130 68 24 39 404 monthly court of honor of the
I I I local of boy scouts was held
John C.' Gifford of Miami, a recog- Arcadia, attorney for the Consolidated troop
nized authority on botanical ''plants, Land Company, who had indicated FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: Tuesday evening at the scout hut on

i especially those of a tropical nature. earlier in the week that he would I I I I Ventura street. Executive H. O.

\ His discussion for the major part, come to LaBelle to settle the delin- NELL J. SKELLEY ..............1 90 I 37 37 I 49 239 Kight and Commissioner E. L. Priorof
follows: ___ quent taxes of the Consolidated Land E. L. STALLINGS ....-.I r 264 149 I 180 49'' 18 590 the Royal Palm Council presidedover

j "The Australian pine is a tree of Company. The amount of taxes for I the court.
state. total The big event of the evening was
county and general schools -
special interest to the forester. Much FOR TAX COLLECTOR:
; ; 3827587. The Okeechobee the awarding of the Eagle Scout rankto
money was spent at one time plant-
Flood Control District taxes of Van Bush. Bob Mitchell, and
ing these trees by the roadside and FRANK A. DOUGHERTy...... I 147 57 I 136 49 I 58 447.-
much more was afterwards spent in company reach slightly morethan E. E. KELLY .___."_.n'n",,____.. 209 73 32 40 373 James Wynn. The Eagle rank is the
digging them out of the ground. For $4,500 The Everglades Drainage I I I I I highest possible rank in the boy
unaccountable District's share of the taxes of the scout:; activity.
some reason they are
FOR TAX ASSESSOR: Patterson presented his
disliked by mainy! people. Trees, Consolidated company has been fig- Bobby was
ured at badge, and Trevlyn Moltz,
like people, have their freinds, and $8,518.56.Through an agreement. of,the land HURD L. REEVES ......_........1 232 1 34 113 54. I 71 504 \ Tenderfoot James Lang, and Conrad Clark received -
W. foes. Even botanists and foresters J. C. JACKMAN ___"______'__.."..I 80 128 60 22 23 211 : Joel
J have their likes and dislikes in this company and the county commissioners 1 I I I their second class badges.
and tax' assessor a few weeks Wynn was advanced to Star Scout,
s :,) line. In selecting trees for plant-
ing the opinion: of any person ,should ago, the company agreed to settle all FOR SHERIFF: and Bob Mitchell and James"Wynn
\ 1 s be avoided. To me the Australian I I delinquent and current taxes at its were awarded the Life Ssout, rank.

pine is one of the most remarkable r original figure, which was approx- H. L. DELANEY .__....._............ 114 I 5 165 I 71 65 471'I'I James Wynn was also presented a
imately one half of the previous val- FRED WHIDDEN ........--....... 214 53 14 31 I I II swimming instructor's certificate.The .
members of the plant world. Some I 1'I I
ardently admire it, others are not uation. Most of the land owned by I I following' merit badges were

') so fond of it, but they all admit that the Consolidated company is said to FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT:, awarded to the various members of
for quick results on any kinds of be wild lands, none of which is under the troup; Athletics, James Wynn. k

soil it has few, if any, rivals. cultivation and yielding no incometo W T. HULL ."'''..''''..''''''''''.. 272 168 185 73'I 7v I 673 Angling: Van Bush. Edwin Ward,
the land company. As stated by: Vincent Oglesby. Bee Keeping, Van
Although a native of far-away
W. J. Kelly, president of the company Bush and Edwin Ward. Bird Study.
Australia and the South Seas it '
I the land company would pay : James Wynn, Van Bush, Edwin Ward
circles the globe. For binding the its taxes if the present valuation was 1 1 I I I Camping, Van Bush, Edwin Ward,
shifting sands on the shores of the H. A. RIDER .........._............... 248 61 I 74 1 79 651 Bob
seas in windy situations it has no unchangedan d if they: were success- ,1 / / I I and James Wynn, Book Binding,
ful in a suit then pending in the Mitchell. Civics, James Wynn Van
equal. It may be trimmed into
state supreme court. The commis- FOR I1\nSSIONER-Disttict 1: Bush, Edwin Ward. Cooking Bob
windbreak hedges to such height
sioners did not change the tax levy Mitchell Electricity, Van Bush, Ed- ..
i that homes on the lee will be protected of the Consolidated company, and DAVE G. ALSTON ................1 223 I 111 I 67 57 496 I win Ward. Firemanship, James Lang,

I i in times of severe storm. the company was successful in its G. SMALL ......................_.......I 141 127 8 35 273 Vincent Oglesby, Van Bush, Jack
:, It is called the She-oak in some suit then pending before the sup- I I 62'I I I Wynn, Trevlyn Moltz. Conrad Clark,

places and Australian pine in others reme court.Auditors Junior Thomas. First aid to animals.
and it is neither a pine nor an oak. I[ for the company spent -. Bob Mitchell Edwin Ward, Van

although it has'wood like an oak and !I I one day of last week in LaBelle F. WATTS HALL ..............._.. 149 I I 19 46 I 27 22 I I BushRichar d Bestor. Leathercraft,
'"'-r looks like a pine. It is called the checking over the books of the assessor B. F. MAGILL ...._................. 143 I 156 162 I 51 64 I 1476.I James Wynn. Life Saving, JamesWynn
whistling pine. Polynesian ironwood, I and clerk for errors. They .1 I I I I I Bob Mitchell, Van Bush. Personal -
I beefwood and a host of other native I :were very complimentary of the Health, Junior Thomas, Jack
: names, but the scientific name, cas- FOR nSSIOKER-District 3: Conrad
i method in which the accounts were Wynn. Vincent Oglesby,
uarina, is not difficult and is ap-i handled and after Clark. Joel Wynn, Trevlyn Moltz.
priate since it means with branch- a thorough exam- RAY C. HULL ........................j 252'1 160 I 64 I 62 I' 622
ination of their taxes, the auditors I Pioneering, Bob Mitchell, James
: I lets like the feathers of a Cassawarybird. left for Arcadia, saying they would 1 I I I I Wynn, James Winn. Reading, Bob

It has no leaves, the branchesare make their report to E. W. Tread- FOR nSSIONER-District 4: Mitchell. Reptile Study, Richard Des-
green and pendant. I well, of Treadwell & Tieadwell. attorneys tor'A. H. King, George Bestor. James

r ; This tree is a favorite with the I for the land company, and R. M. BURCHARD ...............?I 160 I 35 1 94 f 42 33 I 3C4 .. Wynn, Bob Mitchell. Farm homo and
(f: : natives of all sandy tropical shores added that the county could expecta ALTO HIRES ..........................1 130 I 37 I 113 48 54 I 382 its planning, VanBush. Scholarship,
t : and is highly praised by almost every check for the full amount of taxes 1 I I I I I ., IMwln Ward. Swimming, Ralph O'-

t (Continued on page four) (Continued on page four) (Continued on page four) Neal.

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The Clewiston GJX..ews erotic Notwithstanding party. the excellent cam- Hints for Homemake- -
paigns made by the Daytona Beach TOO LATE TO rG

Published every Friday in Clewiston, attorney he can not go to Tallahassee DL CLASSIFY RUSSELL. KAY ll ll"Try By Jane Rogers

Florida by the CLEWISTON, NEWS, and accomplish wonders for
Florida unless he has the cooperation
of the people of Florida. We, as a ; ,1*
Entered as second class matter. state, cannot afford to stand back the little ELEPHANT pills"; It's really amazing that we Ameri- %

February 1. 1927, at the Post Office and say, "All right, Dave we elected the gentleman in the frock coat and cans have the courage and faith to

at Olewlston, Florida, under the Act you, now cure all our ailments." high hat held a box of the famous even try to go on in the face of all

of March 3, 1897.A What is true in ,the case of the "cure all" in the palm of one hand the alarming predictions and frightful -

i governor is true in the case of each and his listeners In the palm of the prophesies the politicians crowdon l

newspaper devoted to the best I state and county official elected Tues- other. us. ;
But in the end of the day there'sno
Interests of Hendry County, Florida day. All must have cooperation. The "Rheumatism, Lumbago, Fallen one man or single group of men

Its leading newspaper. hatchet must be burled, at least until Arches Mange, no matter what your that are powerful enough to bring

the next election.In ailment, ELEPHANT pills give instant prosperity or create a panic all by 1

Subscription rate: per year$2.00 our own local affairs, we have relief, why suffer, ladies and themselves. Democrat or Republican -

Outside of State of Florida __..$2.50 made selections. Members of the gentlemen what this startling rem- we're gonna go on, and keepon
Democratic party were carried into edy has done for others it will do for goin' on, and the direction we go

Advertising rates furnished on ap office with two exceptions. The office you. Why get up nights? Why in depends on you and me and a lot
of other folks just like us.
plication. of representative and that of wear a truss? boiled starch allow a
And now that the little Medicine rmake
taxe collector are to be filled by And down the line, a gentlemanin Show is over and thy've folded their of the dry starch

Business office Clewiston News, two young members of the Republican a check suit, with a red tie and tents and moved on, our job is to to a quart of boiling water. First
wet the starch with a .little cold
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and party. The men who are to fill |I diamond stick pin fervently extolledthe snap out of it, take what we've got water, then pour the boiling wateron

Advertising, same. these offices are to represent and virtues of DONKEY tonic, the and make the best of it. it, stirring all the while. Boll

serve the Democrats as well as the only remedy that never fails. "Buya We've each got our little row to for from thirty minutes to an

Telephone 339 Republicans' of the county. Party bottle and regain your health, ev- hoe and it's high time we started to hour. Then, just before taking It

lines should make no difference. They ery drop is priceless, ladies and gen- hoe it, the weeds have been gettin from the fire, stir in a teaspoonful
were torn down when the men were tlemen, priceless, falling hair, in- way ahead of us while we're standin' of granulated sugar.

elected, and party lines will be, torn toe nails tooth brush around listenin' to the'speilers. They
Get to growing pink tell us the Lord helps those who help To set the color In ginghams,
Now, Let's down, in all probability in the ser- or what have you, DONKEY tonic, themselves, and even if the Lord etc., soak the garment for an hourbefore

vice these two men will render for Nature's gift to suffering humanitywill needs our cooperation, It stands to washing, in a brine of cold

Work.Let's the county. Party lines should not cure it." reason that a mere President don't water and ordinary table salt. The

keep either of them from rendering stand much chance of settin' the addition of a tablespoon of pow
So and take
we pay our money
their very best service for the en- world ,on fire all by himself. dered alum dissolved in boning
heat our political differencesInto tire county any more than party lines our choice. Then we get home where I The thing for all of us to do right water, is also helpful.till .
we can sit down and think about it,
now is to sit steady and not rock
concerted officers from
arguments for keep the
and we begin to wonder if maybe we the boat, forget about politics and
and get down to work to better con- exercising' their best judgment for wouldn't be better off if we had our I think about the job right here at

ditions In all parts of the country. the county's welfare. money back. Common sense and experience -I hand, if we're gonna win out, it's I come." On his return the man

has been a This Is not a time for crowing nor tells us that messed up like up to each one of us to join with our called on his agents for a report. '..it"
The past campaign crying In either state national nor it's take neighbors In mopping up our own: "Then came the first, saying, Lord,
and we are gonna somethin'more
strenuous one for both parties. local olitical affairs. It is, rather, sector. thy pound hath gained ten pounds. \
all the result does not make than tonic pills or soothing syrup And he said unto him, Well thy good
after a time in which we should all acceptour We've got fruit and vegetables to ,
It has been hard I to put us back in circulation servant because thou hast been
such a difference. responsibility, and work with a cultivate and market and we've got ;
not only on candidates and party broad-minded vision to. accomplishgood again. a flock of tourists to house and feed faithful in a very little have thou

workers, but it has been a hard one And you 'and I have been standin' and entertain and a hundred other authority over ten cities. And the
the individual voter. The voter for the whole nation and each around listenin' to 'em call each oth- little chores that are demanding our second came, saying, Lord, thy pound
on of its component parts. hath gained five pounds. And he
time and attention and the
has in many cases neglected his.own er a big This and That, and paint more
said likewise to him. Be thou also
thought and effort and hard work
that he might study pictures of misery grief and hard we
order ,
business five cities. And another came
Armistice politics over
Why not call an on put in the task the better off we'll
the problems of the country, and gainan now? luck until its no wonder we're weak I saying. Lord, behold, here is thy

intelligible impression of the can- I and dizzy with a pain in the neck. I be.And while I write this I don't know pound, which I have kept laid up

didates for national, state, and local And all the time they know and I who the next President will be. although in a napkin: because thou art an

offices. He Who SveatsMust we know that for the most part it's I've got a pretty good idea, austere man: thou takest up that
thou layest not down, and reapest
Now that he has made his selec- just too much HOOEY, if all the but anyhow I do know that the poor that thou didst not sow. And he

tions, let him get down to his own Learn to Sell. campaign speeches of _both candi- tough guy has job my on his sympathy hands at, he's best, got and a a I saith unto him, Out of thine own

business, and at the same time, keepa dates were laid end to end it would pretty thankless one, and he deservesall mouth will I judge thee, thou wicked

weather eye on these men he has still be a big LIIE. the help we can give him. servant. Wherefore then gavest not

elected to fill the offices. This year, Gault McGowan, managing editor -- I thou my money into the bank, that

more than at any previous election, of the Trinidad Guardian, Port of at my coming I might have required

the voters have felt that the times Spain, ,British West Indies, has this A Depression Hath Its 'Cbooi mine own with usury?"

demanded careful thought in the selection to say regarding advertising, as quot- tmtiap We are accountable for what we

officials. It ed by E. R..Waite of Shawnee, Okla.. have and how that is used by us.
of governmental Advantages.One In 2 Thess. 3:10-12, Paul wrote to
and businesswoman should
had been said that the American voter every pon- Icon the church, "For even when we were

did not study his candidate, but der it well. with you ,this we commanded you,

rather cast his ballot through per- "The more I see of advertising the of the benefits of the depression that if any would not work, neither

sonal likes or dislikes. This state- more I am convinced that we know .is that it has caused us to stop Subject: Making a living. should he eat. For we hear that

ment can not be said truthfully now. nothing about it. We build up a and, take ,stock-of the situation and Golden Text: "Be :not slothful in there are 'some who will walk amongyou

Throughout the country for the past world boom by advertising luxurieswe of ourselves. To ask why we got business." Romans 12:10-11. disorderly, working not at all

reeked could do without; then when the where and how avoid Lesson Text Deut. 24:14-15 Ro- but as busybodies. Now them that
30 days the air has fairly we are. we can : ; such command and exhort by
are we
with pOlitics It has been the prime : luxuries were doing all the business similar bad times in the future. It mans 12:10-11; Amos 5:6-15; Mark our Lord Jesus Christ, that with N
subject of discussion when persons there was a slump in the primary has centered our minds more on the 6:3; Luke 12:13-21; 19:1-26; Thess. quietness they work, and eat their ,("'-'

gather on the street. It has been commodities. Naturally and logically principal and basic things of life, ; 3:6-13; 1 Tim. 6:6-16. own bread."

the leading topic of the radio. It everyone was buying luxuries and rather than. our greed for gold. It For this lesson we quote several And in Timothy Chapter 6, verse

has held first place in the daily news. was learning to do without primary is teaching us to be charitable. textes and a few statements made by 8, 9, and 11, Paul wrote to the young
commodities. The girls smoked cig- men who have observed the wrongs preacher, "And having food and
It has been the one subject everyone We of
people the farms as our
arettes instead of eating sugar candy committed in the world's businesslife rainment, let us be therewith con-
had in common.It I neighbors of the cities, are too prone rich fall
and chocolate; they began to use artificial among both the rich and the tent. But they that will be
is ill over now. In national to seek after the material things- poor. into temptation and into many fool-
silk instead of wool and cot-
elections. the people of the United money, property, and related goods. In Deuteronomy 24:14-15 God ish and hurtful lusts which drown
States have expressed a desire for ton and flannel, they gave us bread Sometimes in our'mad rush for gold said, "Thou shalt not oppress a hired men in destruction and perdition.But .
for rusks; we used electricity insteadof servant that is poor and needy, thou, 0 man of God, flee these
a change. They have swept Franklin we don't take time to think of the I I
coal; we learned to eat canned whether he be of thy brethren, or things; and follow after righteousness -
D. Roosevelt in to the White finer things of' life. Of course, ma-
food instead of village products. And of thy strangers that are in thy land godliness, faith, love, patience,
House by the largest vote ever givena terial things are and we
necessary "
thousands of people learned to use within thy gates: At his day thou meekness.
The have must strive to them but all
president. people ex- get too
canned milk instead of fresh milk. shalt give him his hire, neither shall
pressed a desire for a change. By often we measure a person's successin
"What did primary products do? the sun go down upon it for he is COMMENDABLE PROGRAM
their vole they expressed a confidencein life by his ability to accumulate poor, and setteth his heart upon it:
Instead of advertising their way to STANDARDS
the Democratic: party and its abil- stores of material goods.A lest he cry against thee unto the FOR HIGHER
too they cried overproduction. -
success Lord and it be sin unto thee." This OF LIVING IN FLORIDAThe
ity to carry on. They were not alarmed ,
Overproduction is only a child'sWay. recent news story told of an 1
by the shout of certain of the opposition rule is applicable today. .
Oklahoma woman who had been declared -i --
of saying 'No buyers.: Look
Amos is called the Farmerprophetand
that the country would go around you and see who advertises a master farm homemaker of: in chapter 5, he spake for God home demonstration 'agents of .

to ruin should a Democrat be voted least. It is the producer of primary that state. She gave as her greatest thus. "Forasmuch therefore as your Florida have been rendering yoeman

into the White House. On the other products every time. They got the personal ambition that "the world treading is upon the poor, and ye service to the women and girls of the

hand, they did not actually believe idea that they were indispensable"and might be just a tiny bit better for take from him burdens of wheat: ye rural sections, and even of the cities
that die: country would go to the have built houses of hewn stone but
when they found they were not, they my having lived in it. and towns practically ever since this
dcgs if President Hoover did not ye shall not dwell in them:" ye have
1914. How-
sat down and wept instead of takinga For years a great majority of farm- work was inaugurated in
change his address from Washington.The planted pleasant vineyards ,but ye
their services
course in salesmanship. ers have been taking more from their ever, in recnet years
shall not drink wine of them. ForI
voters were merely tired of the
"Fortunes used to be made out of soils than they have returned to their know of manifold transgressions have seemed of greater import, and r
present order of things and by their your
land and farming. The farmer was soils. When we hand our soils to suc- and your mighty sins: they af- have come into a higher appreciationdue

ballot tossed the reins of govern- 'the one-man shop in a one-man town. ceeding generations they are-in worse flict the just, they take a bribe, and to the stress of economic condi- "
ment into Democratic hands. We
[ Everybody had to eo to him or shape than when we got them, instead they turn aside the poor inth e gate tions.In.
have a change in management. It is starve.- Nowadays- instead- of goingto of being better. We have not from their right. Seek good, and their annual conference recently -

what we wanted. Now let's get downto farmer j not evil, that ye may live: <;Hate the at Gainesville, the state's 30 home
the they buy canned food; I given enough thought to the morrow.
work and do some hard thinkingand evil and love the good,. and establish demonstration agents studied to find
luxuries advertised by. middlemen or
However, the old order changeth, "
see how much better we can judgment in the gate.
I in which they could be of still
make this glorious Country of ours. importers. The farmer sits around and we are beginning to give more Throughout, the world there has ways
assistance to the people of
and wonders where his customers thought to the principal things. We been a tendancy toward division of greater
Dave Sholtz, popular Democratic the State. They drew up plans for
have gone. are beginning to grow more timberon the people into classes; based on
nominee for governor, swept through "When the primary producers lands that are not suited to field wealth, or race, or education. another year's work. As a programof

Florida like a hurricane, gaining learn to keep pace in their advertis- crops. We are realizing the necessityof Lack of influence was applied to work, they drew up the following

strength in every quarter and was ing with the producers of luxury maintaining our soil fertility. We Christ himself. In Mark 6:3, where general plan, which should be of interest -

carried into the governor's chair on goods. the world will get balanced the rulers of the Jews said. "Is not to all of us.
are growing fruits, flowers and trees
the crest of his wave of popularity.He again. So long as the primary producers for future generations.But this the carpenter the son of Mary, "We, the home demonstration

will take office in January, and don't get together and adver- the brother of James, and Joses, and agents of Florida realize our respon-

In the mean time he will continue to tise so long will they tell the hard all of these things are done, of Juda, and Simon? And are not sibility in helping to stabilize the
himself as yet, on entirely too small a scale.It his sisters here with us? And they
prepare for the heavy re- morale of rural' citizenship during
luck tale. And so long will the world "
were offended with him.
should be the greatest personal
sponsibility he asked the peopleof this criticial economic situation.
slump, though we all like
In Chapter 12 of Luke Jesus said
Florida ambition of every farmer and farm '
to place on his stockyshoulders. Therefore accept this responsibility -
luxuries, we can only buy them so we
"Take heed, and beware of covetousness -
a woman "that the world might be justa
: Sholtz is a comparative long as enough of us earn the rightto : for a man's life consisteth not by pledging anew our united efforts -

newcomer to the political arena, hav- do it by selling the fruits of the tiny" bit better for my having livedin in the abundance of the things whichhe to bring about higher standardsof

ing never: held a major political of- sweat of our brow. AND THOSE ; it. possesseth. In that chapter living for the Florida farm fam-

fice. But he is a relentless worker WHO SWEAT MUST LEARN TO Jesus illustrated the wrong use of ily.

and an ardent fighter as, is shown SELL!" Out in Oklahoma at a political rally riches thus, "The ground of a certain "First, by assisting In planing and

by his three campaign battles of the the introductory continued for thirty rich man brought forth plentifullyand growing well balanced food and feed
he said-I will to soul '
year. That he Is resourceful, and minutes and when the introducer finally say my crops. The essentials of this program ',.t'
Knowall-In workmen's positionthe Soul, thou hast much goods laid up
gains results is also shown by a close chances got ,around to introducing the include year-round orchard with
of promotion are the for many years, take thine ease, eat,
study of these three campaigns, in best in the factory. speaker of the evening, the speaker drink and be merry. But God said fruits adapted to the section in which

the first of which he outstripped sev- Carcnot-How is that. had gotten tired (and realized that unto him. thou fool, this night thy they are grown; calendar vegetables

en experienced warriors to enter the Knowall-His position is the low- the audience was also tired) and left soul shall be required of theeSois garden; home dairy cow with some

second primary against John Martin, est. the meeting., he that layeth up treasures for place for pasturing; farm poultry

a battle' scarred trouper of the politi- himself and is not rich toward God." flock, with home-grown rye, oats and

cal battlefield, and ran rough shod A little girl while riding with her Jesus Illustrated the duty of stew- grain feeds; production of sufficient

over the veteran by an overwhelming grandmother passed a horse which Foreman (on excavation job) Do ardship by the parable of the man meats to supply family needs; and

majority; and the third campaign in had its colt fastened to the saddle you think you are fit for really hard who intrusted his property to his ser- bees to supply honey for home use.
which he with a halter. Little Helen Louise labor? vants, when he went to a far coun-
the state makingas assisting In planing a
cried excitedly, "Oh, grandmother, Applicant-Well, some..of the best try on business: "And he called his i "Second, by
high as seven political speeches look at that' baby horse tied to its judges in the country have thought ten servants, and delivered them ten I food budget and conserving a suffi-!

a day in the interest of the Demo- mothers corset." BO.-Wall Street Journal. pounds, and said unto them, Occupy (Continued on page Three) .


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Personal Mention Hints for Jane HomemakersBy Rogers ROAD DEPARTMENT: Salmon for Presidents


'r\ Miss Mary Kline spent the week

+ end in West Palm Beach.

:: .f. Verger Richards of Orlando was

: visitor here Monday. .
.1>: a business -
," .

'.'" Warren Hill of Ft. Myers was

"." transacting business here Mondy.

(From Moore Haven Democrat)

Bids for materials to be used in
C. L. Downs and Fred. B: Puryear
the hardsurfacing of the road from
spent the week end in Miami on
business. Maine's corner to the canal bridgein

Moore Haven are being asked by

of 'the State Road Department now and
'. F. W. Folsome. Tampa, has -
flooring made of will be opened Tuesday, November
arrived in Clewiston where he will CUSHIONED
with an in-built 2nd, at the office of the Depart-
remain during the harvest season. '
; shock absorber that minimizes ment in Tallahassee. The notice to

fatigue. is now available for the 'dealers calls for 407,000 gallons of J

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Percy and baby home. It comes in blocks of vari- liquid asphalt for Road Mix Asphalt
sizes and in both dark and
.daughter have moved their residenceto light ous shades, permitting a 'variety surface, and gives the first indica- a president has its sometimes considered an every.

the Clewiston Inn. of decorative designs. It can be tion of the method of hard surfacingto ..BEING moments. One of them, day rather than a 'party" flsh.

laid over old floors, sub-flooring or be used on this road.It supposing that we elect a There are, however, attractive
president who likes fish, Is when to serve salmon which
Miss Eleanor Wintle spent the concrete. has not been announced whetherthe ways makeIt
the first salmon caught In the a dish fit for a king-or a pres.
week end in Ft. Myers with her work will be let to contractorsor
Canned fruit should always be Bangor pool each year arrivesat ident. Invite the sleek salmon to
parents, Capt. and Mrs. A. R. Win- opened an hour or two before it is done by department employees the White House. This year ycur next party, for ho Is Just aa

used and poured into a dish. It but the notice to dealers asking for President Hoover was presentedwith eligible as lobster, crab'or shrimp

Mr and Mrs. M. G. Langford becomes richer after it has been bids on material would indicate that sixteen pounds and nine If he Is dressed in dinner clothes

j spent the week end in Tampa where allowed to absorb oxygen. the work will be done at an early ounces of fine Penobscot salmonthe Add to your party list
handsomest,, and largest
I Mr. Langford went on business.0 date by convict labor. DeJmonico Salmon in .Rice
In these
The following is a copy of the Nests: Beat one egg yolk slightly
Man Goes waters In many years.
V and Mrs. J. Insane notice: and add to two cups of rich cream
Mrs. W. F. Simpson -
Price It Low
1 sauce with two teaspoons lemon "
F. McLure of Moore Haven were To Polls in Glades NOTICE TO DEALERS But one doesn't have to be juice and two teaspoons cooking -

\ shopping in Clewiston' Saturday. Office of the State Road Department president to get fine salmon. It sherry. Add the contents of a

I $ Without Tallahassee, Fla. is available alike b vice-pres- tall can of salmon and the con.

, L;, Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich spent ClothingFrom October 31, 1932 idents, aldermen, Wall street brok- tents of a ounce'' can of mush.
of ers and even poets. For this rooms. Heat thoroughly. Boll
LaBelle the guests
I Sunday as
Sealed bids will be received at this
year canned salmon is quoted at one cup of rice. Drain and I formin
i Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor. ( Moore Haven Democrat) office until 10:30 a. m., on the 22nd exceedingly low prices and It Is mounds on plates, making a

I ---- Dr. N. B. Jenkins_who startled the day of November, 1932, for furnish- the same fine fish that has always hollow In the mound to form a

Allen Powell, of Ft. Myers, a for- Buckhead community election morning ing the following material. been, canned. nest. Fill this with the salmon

mer Clewiston resident was here on Project No. 960, Road No. 67, Because salmon has become mixture. Garnish wits: hard-

business last Friday. by appearing a_ t the polls entirely Glades county for furnishing approx- such a general favorite, it Is cooked eggs cut In quarters.*

I nude to cast his ballot was adjudged imately 407.000! gallons of liquid.Asphalt -

I T"..;... Mr. and Mrs. Lang McDonald and insane at a sanity hearing con- for Road Mix Asphalt Surface.

:i J. R. Alston were visitors in West ducted in the jail here Wednesday af Prices are desired F. 0, B. Moore Ha- TAG AGENTS ,TO BE NAMED COMMENDABLE PROGRAM

> Palm Beach Friday. ternoon. Plans are made to send ven, Florida.All BY McLIN' THIS MONTH
'materials to be in accordance (Continued from page Two)
him to the state hospital for the insane -
cient quantity of foods to keep the
Mrs. W C. Hooker, Miss Ulla with specifications the State Road
at Chattahoochee. County license tag agents will be family In health.
Jacobsen and E. E. Kelly were visitors Department.A

I in West Palm. Beach Wednes- Following his appearance at the certified check in the amountof appointed about November 15th, It "Third, endeavoring. to establish
has been stated at the office of
!i day. polls,' residents of Buckhead, an iso- 5 per cent of. bid' and in no case closer relationship between the pro
, 'less than $250.00 made payable to motor vehicle commissioner, WalterS. ducer, the dealer and the consumer.
( lated community in the northeastern, .
McLin in Tallahassee.The .
Iii it Mr. and"'Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Jr. the chairman of the State Road'De- "Fourth, by Increasing the sale of
section of Glades county communi-
; list of made
must each bid.Cashier's appointees were
of partment accompany home products through Improving
and son, were week end guests
iil sheriff J. J. and
cated with : Wiggins
be around November 1st last but
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gibbons in Canal checks will not accepted year ,the quality, and the quantity where
Ii asked him to take care of Jenkins. -only certified checks will be per- the appointments will be delayed this :necessary.

I Point. The sheriff, accompanied by John because of the absence Mr.\ .
I mitted. The successful bidder will year of "Fifth, by encouraging thrift In
Whidden, were'met in the yard of, the be required to execute contract and McLin, who has been on an extended I clothing through a wiser choice In
I L. C. Sturgis spent the week end little cabin by the 'insane man, still
bond if the purchase is $5,000.00 or visit in Hot Springs. Ark., for his selection, renovating and care.
in West Palm Beach visiting friends. nude, who fired a 32 revolver at
his health. Mr. McLin will
I more. Under that amount the certified person "Sixth, by encouraging a whole
i H. T. Hanover, ,and J. H. Burgon, the sheriff as he got out of his car.
II check will be held until ally announce the plans for the tag some community spirit through well
I of New Yory city arrived here Wednesday Sheriff Wiggins cooly attracted Jen-
I I livery. de-I agents for next year. planned programs of entertainment.
for a short business visit. kins' attention by calling out to him
The right is reserved! to reject
.1 and then engaging him in conversa- or all bids.

!', in tion he persuaded the insane!:? man to
j Ray McIntosh visited friends H. H. WELLS,
< -
Ii throw his pistol on the ground. 8 __________ ___ .
Saturday, fretuining to Chairman
[ Wauchjula l Lv' r Pi
The sheriff then asked him to dress W
I Sebring Sunday where he attended B. M. DUNCAN,
I I i a safety meeting the ridge divi and accompany him on a trip in the State Highway Engineer. W

sion of the A. C. L.- railroad. car. Dr. Jenkins complied willingly
I enough and was brought to the jail
I I Ii' and lodged there. LITTLE COURTESIESWe Y1 /. !Ii
.i' \ Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Miss Mary I Dr. Jenkins has been a most eccentric I take this method of thanking V ,.;.

Bush and Edward Ward were visi- character. He has lived in learned when we were quite iiffi each and every one of the \"oters'"J"

tors in 'Pahokee Saturday night the Buckhead community for about I small that "politeness is to do and of lcndrjcowlty '!for your support in

where :Mrs. Maxwell went to visit 1 Oycars. He is known to have serv- say the kindest thing in the kindest the General Election. Although I

her husband who is located there. ed in the World War and to have way." However, there are some few had no opponent, jour vote of confidence L

I ----- received an honorable discharge little rules that if followed will make giving me the largest vote

Y ... more at ease In the company of ffiffi of any nominee on the ballot, is to r
I Mr-: and Mis-M.: S. Fletcher o from the army in which he was a !lug S
commissioned officer. It Is said others. The Florida State Home be appreciated.
and and
Indianapolis, son daughter .
are spending the week at the Clew- that he was once a doctor in one of Demonstration Department suggests ... :

I iston Inn. Mr. Fletcher is one of j the leading hospitals of the north. the' 'following' table courtesies: I shall try-to show my appreciation 1ft
I All should stand until a signal is .
the executives of the Canal Construction Sfi:: by continued faithful service as :-'-, '
\ Tommy-That problem you helpedme given by the hostess to be seated, clerk. V
I company, contractor forI' c jour -
with last night was all wrong, and then be seated from the'left side Y; !fi
one unit of the federal dike project
Daddy. of the chair and arise from the
i _near here. Father-All it? Well ,
wrong, was same side. '
I'm sorry. If you are asked to express a preference :
I Mrs. R. M. House, and Jack and Tommy-Well, you needn't exact-
for food, even though it makesno
Rershel: House, and Miss Barbara ly worry ,about it because none of T Hull
i Kay, of Sarasota spent the week the other daddies got it right either. difference to you, state a choice, Yiffi
as it is an aid to the one who is ser
; end in Clewiston, the guests of Mr. :fi

t: 1 and Mrs. Claud Downs. Miss Kay, "What's happened? Have you had ing you.
an accident?" After taking bread, break it into .
,1 who is ,under contract with the United -
"No, I just bet Hans he couldn't
several pieces and lay on bread and
Film remained here
) company carry me up a ladder on his back. m ffi -
until butter plate or at the side of the
: today. and I won.
dinner plate. Butter only a small .

piece of bread at a time. Break the

\ 0.:N:N:N:N:N:N N:NON:NOM:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N: ::.:N:N. .1:N:N:N N:N: :NON:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N: Oh:N:NON:.. piece you wish to butter; do not cut
li ..
I .%. it with knife.In .
eating any soft food such as

soup, cereal or sauce, dip the spoon -.i---- A ..
::1 i New Prices "II ",..
Plymouth away from you. This prevents drip i I "

ping. Do not break bread or crack-

:i: New cash delivered prices f. o. b. Moore Haven, Florida, on ers in the 'soup.
When helping yourself to bread. TO TEE VOTERS OF

celery whole pickles, olives or nuts,

I_( New Plymouth 6 you frosted may cake use a fork your is needed.fingers. For HENDRY COUNTYI

knife and the
%.. Always lay your
: cars and equipment. Effective November 1, 1932. fork with the tines up. on the right ..-;

:r side of the plate when thru. and
Complete with bumpers automatic clutch, tire, tube, lock when passing a plate for a second
_:: and cover. Special radiator cap and Du Plate safety Glass .
windshield. helping. Keep your knife in this position I want the voters of this county .
00 .
+:. during the meal when not us-
to know that I appreciate the votes
1 .i-.iI : ing it.
and support I received' the General
I :V;. 4 Type Color 'Price : Unfold a dinner napkin only half

i _: Business Coupe Limosine Blue $653.80 a luncheon napkin entirely, and lay Election. Although not receiving a

1., ""\ ,.-' x Rumble Seat Coupe Monarch Maroon 704.94 : across your lap. majority, I am. grateful for the kind

:z: Convertable Coupe Black 756.17 If you are a guest at only one efforts of my friends in all parts of

.{.. Four-Door Sedan Washington Blue 735.70 meal, partly fold your napkin after the cou t3Thank .
..z..z.. you have finished eating, and lay It ,

beside your plate. If you will be

there longer fold it as it was before

I COTTREll MOTORS !,. the meal started. Fred VJ/hidden

X Daddy-How could you go wrong
when I told you always to think of
the maxim. "When in doubt, don't?"
: :
Up-To-Date Son-But I never had .
-:+:+( :..:.:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..: :..: :..:-.:..:..:..::. any doubts!
i "


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boats, pulling up the bean vines to Dunaway likewise entered the general -
Heavy Rains Ruin haul to higher ground where the election without opposition although HENDRY COUNTY'S VOTE

Bean beans could be picked from the plant. early rumors placed Jim Maddox (Continued from, page one)
Big CropThe Naturally with the vast acreage tak- of Felda in the race against the
en off the market the price took a board chairman. Maddox droppedout :

slight and then- the colder of the .
on upturn race.E.
waters farm lands In the F. L. DUNA\VAY -................_I 237 S 15G 5866569\ \ ."
weather in the northern states gavean L. Stallings, Democratic nomi- '
fertile Lake Okeechobee region I I I I I
added boost to bean prices. Veg- nee, was returned, to the office of 1
near Belle Glade and Canal Point, '
etable buyers are quoted as saying county school superintendent by a FOR SCHOOL BOARD-District 1:
were slowly receding late week
that beans picked from vines pulled 351 vote majority over his Republican -
but leaving In their wake a desolated -
territory I from under water reached the east- opponent. Mrs. Nell J. Skelley, A; G. CARR ..................._.:..... 232 50 159 57 65 563
farming territory
ern markets in poor condition. and of Felda. Mrs. Skelley carried her .
which last year shipped approximately -
that this fact will cause Florida home precinct by one vote Stallings
1000 car loads of winter string -District 2:
beans to be slightly less in demand. carried Clewiston by a 3 to 1 major-
beans now bids fair to produce only

300 cars more this season. However, they are looking to a rise ity, carried East LaBelle by a 2 to 1 DREW HAMPTON ....:..........; 229 50 174 61 I 57 \ 571 I
In price the first of the week. and West LaBelle by 6 to 1. In
Frantic efforts of farmers to pro-
Thursday morning beans were Ft. Denaud the present superintendent -
tect their investments caused some
quoted in New York City at $3.00 established a 49 to 37 lead over FOR SCHOOLBOARD-District 3:
disturbance on the eastern and the
bushel hamper, a sizeable jump Mrs. Skelley.

'At southern an early shores hour of Wednesday Lake Okeechobee a dike I per from the prevailing prices of the pre- The closest race of any independent C. E. MINER ..........................-1 288 1 H 175 I 42 I 54 I 553 I

vious week when no sale could be was made by Fred Whidden who
protecting the cane fields of the U.
S. Sugar Corporation near South Bay made. It is expected that beans ran against 'the Democratic nominee FIRST MIEND\mXT-To Lengthen County Commissioner's Term:
will reach $4.50 by the middle of the Sheriff H. L. Delaney. Delaney car-
was partially destroyed by dynamite.It .

is believed that some desperate week.While ried every ,precinct in the county YES ........................................ 339 6 3 2 56

farmer or group of farmers plantedthe the heaviest bean producing with the exception of Clewiston, in NO -........................._.--............. 62 \ 24 46 24 46 202,

four boxes of dynamite under section of the Everglades. the Paho- which Whidden received 214 votesto

kce section, has been destroyed a fair the sheriff's 114. Names writtenon
the protecting dike in a vain effortto SECOND AMENDMENT Create Seventh Court Justice
South the ballot and misspelled, together :
cause the water to flow into the crop remained between Bay
and Clewiston where only a normal with those on which the voter fail-

lake from the back country. En- rain recorded. It is estimated ed to make necessary cross marks YES ...................................._.._ 36 7 10 1 2 54

gineers in this section say the effort heavy was the would cut down the 115 lead of the NO .................._.........-.-............. 65 23 41 22 41 192
was futile that the dike protectedthe that the crop loss in I
sheriff but it is not believed that
Miami Locks-Clewiston section was I ,
farm lands as much as it did
the number would have changed the
20 cent.
approximately per
the property of the sugar corpora- I
result of the election.J. .

tion.The heaviest recorded rain in AUSTRALIAN PINE IS BEST WIND C. Jackman, of LaBelle, enter-
BREAK ed as an independent against Capt. Summeriime Warmthon
Florida fell on the east shore of Lake
Hurd L. Reeves. for tax assessor, received -
Okeechobee Sunday night. The
(Continued from page one) only 211 votes in the county
cloudburst was recorded at 21.85
wide vote to Reeves' 590. the Coldest Winter Day
inches, a record shown by the United forester in tropical regions except

States weather bureau records which Florida. It has been here a long "

'have been kept for the past forty time.: Thcr are many old trees in CLERK EXPECTS BIG TAX New Price HpHATS what this Cole-

years. Tho average rainfall on the this; (Miami) section. On the sea- PAYMENT NOW ONLY$2050 JL man Radiant Heater (

east shore territory Sunday night shore of Biscayne Bay not far from brings It produces a
from you
( page
was recorded as 17.55 inches. The Homestead there was a group of flood of powerful
generous ,
short time.
rain fell within a 12 hour period. trees called "cedars." These striking within a heat that
Treadwell left Arcadia this morn- -- penetrating radiant
During this same period a heavy trees: formed a landmark for sail-
ing for West Palm Beach, and it warms you through and
rain recorded at 3 inches fell in ors and was conspicuous for a long
Clewiston.The distance. This group consisted of was understood that he was goingto Aw1Javtu iv through. It's a"hot" numberfor

that place to make final arrange- cold rooms.
downpour not'only destroyed Australian pines and the first I can
ments to settle the Consolidated tax
practically every plot of winter veg- remember in this section They were The Coleman Heater
account in After
etables in that section but has caus- the left-overs of an old nursery and Hendry county. makes and burns its own
leaving West Palm Beach he was to
ed between 3000 and 4000 bean pick- the seed was brought from Cuba.In gas. It,is portable you
LaBelle to deposit the check
come by
ers to be without employment. When the early days a British ship especially with the county clerk.It can carry and use it any-

the bean season first opened in that commissioned for the purpose where. Instant Starting .
is believed that Mr. Hull will
district a few weeks brought seeds from the East match and
ago persons, be sent to Tallahassee with the Con- just scratch a
both white and colored began to to the British West Indies. valve. Thermo-
turn a
solidated check as soon as it arrives
pour in from all parts of the country Here are some of its virtues: It Generator controls
and he will get immediate distribu- ModeI5A Safety
to share in the employment in I grows on salt marsh, sea shore, sand tion ,of the tax 'redemption to the fuel flow automatically .
harvesting one of the most bountiful rock and muck at the rate of about
various county agencies by Earnest prevents flooding.Handsome .
bean crops of Everglades history. 10 feet or more a year under favor-

Most of these came in without funds able conditions and naturally grows Amos. C aleman in appearance.
At a late hour this afternoon Mr.
they had only a few weeks work, straight into the air. It is long lived Richly finished. Come to
Treadwell had not arrived in La-
when the price of beans fell to sucha and reaches a height of 150 feet. It D 1'1 i. '" our store and see it. the
Belle: =A nlt Hea.eR'
point that growers were forced to is a gross feeder and has an extensive heater that makes you, hot.

call a halt on harvest until prices and, sturdy root system. -**
had sufficiently advanced to I It fruits abundantly while
profit. The strike had just ended and is easily propagated from seed.
Sunday when approximately 75 cars : It is easily injured by fire and cold. beautiful-home of Mrs. W. MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA

of beans were shipped out. The
C. Worth on Crescent Drive. was the
market had advanced slightly and COUNTY ELECTS ONLY REPUBLI-
scene of a lovely afternoon bridge
growers were willing to ship their CAN REPRESENTATIVE
Wednesday when she entertainedfor
produce on the narrow margin of
a number of her friends.
profit. The cloudburst Sunday night (Continued from page one) NOTICEWE
High score prize was won by
found hundreds of hampers of beansIn
carried in the
every precinct county Claud Downs. Mrs. J. P. Percy won
the fields. Monday saw the bean I to come out victorious over F. Watts
the lucky cut, and Mrs. E. R. Fon-
fields covered with water. Hall with a vote count of 476 to 263. taine was consoled for low score.

Farmers made a desperate effortto Ray C. Hull commissioner from dis- The guests invited to enjoy the

gather their produce even thoughthe trict three was returned to office after noon included: Mrs. R. Y. HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT

fields were covered with water. : without opposition in either the primary Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.

Many paddled about their fields In I or general election. Fred L. Dave G. Alston, Mrs. F.D Duff. Mrs. FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS

Fred Hill, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs.

H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,

Mrs. H. J. ,B. Scharnberg, Mrs. J.

W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs.E. .

L Stewart, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted.

Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. M. E.

wJ r ,r T vdWI VonMach.
t Mrs M. W. Bigg, Mrs. W.

1 M. Redelsheimer, l\Irs..Claud Downs,

Miss Barbara Kay and Mrs. E. R.

Fontaine. The Clewiston Co.


The regular November meeting of

the Clewiston Garden club will be

LJ held Thursday afternoon, November :..N............................................................................................................"...................'...........:+.......................................4a ...N.J y 11 I -.

17, at the home of Mrs. L. L. Spicer. .. .l

A cordial invitation to all interestedin ?

rq 'Lii ) gardens and flawers is extended. x

_ I sion One will of the be main further topics plans for for discus-the j Open toModerate the Public *.:

I'lL annual flower show to be held in

Belle Glade March 15 md 16. ?

The meeting was moved up from
,.,r" : .-:4i--.-t-;;.:'"- .;: ..',-...'.:.!.-'t.Hpo1l'I" ;"';; -1n! '. the regular meeting date, the fourth y y

Thursday to prevent conflict with *; Green Fees i;:
plans for Thanksgiving.The y

$1 Dinner for 4 meeting is to be open to all. ::: Exceptional Fairways =i=

"Ut's And let's have have another another cup piece of coffee of pie!" 'each The thought Democrats before and the Tuesday's Republicans elec- :_:: Interesting Grass Greens 1

NOT at all a bad idea Irving I and milk and serve. A slice ol tion that the country would be ruin- ._ ?+

has, and his song I stale bread may be cut in small ed if the opposing party was in power .%. -- ..'."

sees good times just around cubes and browned in the oven for the next four years, but the ..s.%. r .f.%

the corner. If our whole dinner for croutons if desired. far-seeing Von Papen of Germanysaid ?
costs only one dollar and serves Maple Meringue Custards: The Most .
before the election that the Popular
four re- ;
persons-we'll all have an- Scald the contents of one 6-ounce ::
other sults would go far toward stabilizingthe
cup of coffee and another can of evaporated milk and two.
maple meringue world. By that he meant thatno
custard. thirds cup maple syrup in a : Recreation Center'
double boiler. Smooth togethertwo matter who was the victor, the .,
Rich Cream Tomato Soup 23# tablespoons cornstarch and matter would be settled for four f

Bread Deviled and Eggs Butter 2S{ two tablespoons cold water and years. Let us hope that he is right *_: In Clewiston '

Poicto Salad ; cook until thick and smooth, and that we have four years of stab-
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slightly add a few grains of salt,
and pour the hot mixture onto Today is Armistice Day and few

Rich Cream of Tomato Soup: them slowly. Return to a double indeed are those who do not think |

Turn the contents of one can of boiler and cook for three or four with sadness of the loss of a dear \

tomato bring soda.to soup boiling Scald Into together and a add saucepan the a pinchof minutes.cups,Cool.top with Pour meringue into custard friend whose or closing relative we in commemorate the World War to- i Clewiston Golf Course I J

con- made by beating ..
egg whites, add- (
tents of one 5-ounce can of ing day. We should, on Armistice Day,
sugar slowly and
pantry table beating until dedicate ourselves anew to the
cream and three- smooth. Place in a slow oven \
fourtna cup milk. Pour the hot long enough to set thought that such another conflict jt!

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