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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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[ ""nirQ"VOLUME 4NO. 35 CLEW1STON, FLORIDA FRIDAY" 'AUGUST 22, 1930 : _._ PRICE 5 CENTS '

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! AlKINER CANE THE WEATHERDate AMERICAN lEGIONTOURNAMENT SUGAR Mill IS LAKE LEVEL SUGAR CO. PAYS

Max. Min Rain August 14 .....................,.................... 18.7

I r HARVESTER IS August 14 ."'.. 94 74 .11 BEING RENOVATED August 15 .....h................................... 18..7 S40.000 TO' THEIR

August 15 ...... 94 70 .46 August 1C ...................:....:....r........... 18.7

August 16 .... .95 70 'I August 17 .......,.................................. 1S.G
DRAWS TO CLOSE FOR GRINDING EMPLOYEES
TESTED
! BEING August 17 ...... 91 71 August IS ........................................ 18.6 MON.

''r August 18 ...... 92 70 .21J; ., ......-- August 19 ..... ..,........ ......... .............. 18.6
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!': Expected To ',Be In Operation -,August 19 ...... 90 70 Finals' To Be Played Is Expected To Run At August 20 _....... ............................... 18.0. All Salaries Due Are
72 .58 .
August 20 ...... .90
! Early Next Total rainfall .............................. 1.44 Sunday; Owen To Full Capacity Entire JR. HIGH SCHOOL I Expected To Be PaidThis

: Week. Previous Rainfall ?. ........".,..... 49.06 Play In Match.By Season' Week. ;'

I ...Total for year ...,...,.,...,.......,...... 51.10 ;, -' .

A new cane harvester has arrivedIn Frank Flanders, Pro. !. A ,"c.o, (dine tov-Information received WILL START FALL.. The Southern Sugar Company paid'

: Clewiston and Is being given a APPLICATIONS FOR I fro V" ''.G' : Bishop. operating: Vice- 40,000. in back salaries to employees

I test in the cane fields. Bill Owen has assv/Jcf himself 'of Pres,,.,dent.-" or"th3.' Southern :Sugar:) TERM SEPTEMBER I Monday. With their refinancing

1! i i. The new harvester is an invention being a finalist' by defeating O. L. Companyorlc.. :' is being continued. program about completed and the -

; : of R. $. Falkner, an Australian pas- FARM LOANS HAVE Jeffries .3 & 2, Hackett 4 & 2, Hen- on",the_. mill :}house. preparing. for the ," -. necessary cash to harvest the cane f

t i toralist. who has spent the past ry Storey 2 & 1, and Paul Deam. grinding, ,s as which is expected to I Grammer. School Will: now in the field the Southern Sugar

twenty years developing a cane harvester BEEN RECEIVED Opposing him will be either T. Shelley get ,under. 'way ;in December. Open Four Weeks Company is 0 l.forward\ at ,a. ..-3ft-. ., _;..,

j that will meet all conditions or C. L. Barker who have to play Duet' p the expected heavy grinding steady pace. Employees that were :* ,

-. found in the various cane fields of each other to- see who will enter 'season. the. hydraulic cane dump Later; Sept. 29. laid off have received practically all.-i,;.:. -*;, :J

I! I f i I the world. September J 1st Last Day the finals. --. which- ::Is5 used to dump the cane from of the money duo them. Another payday

; l il Mr. Falkner does not claim that Applications Can Shelley won his way into the semi the:' rairoad. cars into the mill con- The Clewiston Junior: High School is expected to be _made '.Saturday -

: his cane harvester has solved all finals by defeating D. White 2 & 1, r'i' ..is .being strengthened and re.- will open September 1st, accordingto and will be continued every

I[ i.J, the conditions that are met In different Be Filed. H. Blate 6 & 4, and J. Mowry. Bar- paired. New pistons are being placed Mrs. J. E. Beardslep, principal of two weeks as in the past.

i i \ f cane fields over the country ker eliminated T. Puryear. Marshall in engine,\ number, two in the mill the local schools. The' grammer A new feeling. of confidence in the '

'JJ @ but' the harvester can be made to Applications for Federal Loans Yenowlne and J. Bracken, 1 up :20 school will open on September 29, Everglades and the development_ of ,
house ,
several mill rollers being
are
S ; It( ir'' .) meet these conditions as the principals have been received by the committee holes. ., Just four weeks after the Junior the Southern Sugar Company, has
I grooved, these rollers are used to
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i 't of cutting the 'cane have been appointed by the county commissioners The consolation match has several High school pupils start their fall been expressed: by everyone connect
crush the cane ,as it passes along tho
I worked out satisfactory. last month. These applications matches term.
left. To complete the conveyor ed with the organization
additional raw juice tanks
t: In certain sections of the cane producing are in the hands of E. L. Stew- quarter finals Hackett plays H. >'sk' Clewiston will have a four year P. G. Bishop, operating vice-presi-

countries the cane has been art, cashier of the local bank, and Blate, the winner of that match wIll are additional being erected. to take care of the junior high, which will include all dent, expressed faith and confidencein

..... 'blown down by severe winds and can be secured by those wishing to play F. Deane Duff and the winnerof its .bPf al. 'juice before it starts on grades from the seventh through the the working out of ,their financialI
way to be manufactured, Into
matted the ground. These con. apply for a loan. this match will oppose the win- ,
on tenth. To have an accreditted Junior troubles. We have learned .a good
raw: sugar.
ditions were found to exist in the According to the best informatiln ner of the Crane-Ezelle match for : High School in Clewiston there must lesson in our past operations and

Clewiston section and a .few minor available at this time approximately the consolation prize. At new, automatic sugar scale Is be at least forty pupils in the seventh with a new start and one of the fin-

changes have been made to meet $30,000 is avalaible for farmers In The finals will consist of 36 holes being... installed, this new scale will eighth ninth and ,tenth grades. est cane crops ever grown in the

the conditions and handle the cane Hendry county.! The county has been and will be played Sunday, August replace the old one used last year With six pupils In, the tenth grade United States we should be ,in a bet-

.' in this condition. divided into two sections and a com 24th. Quite a large gallery is expected due (fto the, fact that with Increased Clewiston has never had an accred ter position to work out of our
,' production the present scale will not
." Mr. Falkner has pictures of harvesters mittee has been appointed in each to follow both ,matches. : itted school and according to the troubles and restore the confidence
take care of the additional work.
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. i that he invented in 1924 and' section to handle the applications. For the week ending August 31 best information we are able to of our stockholders in this project
The mill is expected to be operated
I has improved on these models every Provisions in the applications are there will be a blind bogey tourna- gather at this time there will not be stated the vice-president.

,j. year since the above date. The harvester that those applying must have suffered ment. A contest of this kind gives twenty-four hours a day and accord- forty pupils in the Junior high this Local merchants are feeling the effects -
that arrived in Clewis ton loss from storm flood, Ing to, Mr. Bishop the mill will be
a ,
I L everyone an equal chance to cop a year. of the payrolls and are preparing -

f1!1 I Monday was' built in New Orleans freeze or drought during the past prize. Before playing each contestant operated y at full capacity the entire"season. The only effect the accredited,:! i to stock their shelves with
j under the direction of Mr. Falkner The demands that '.. I -
11.1" year. government
selects a 'handicap that will school will have on pupils is the fact new ,merchandise for the coming:
I ,'Ii .. and his assistant engineer. you give a mortgage on the crop bring his net score between 80 and New railroads are to be built before that they cannot enter any other grInding'season.. Clewiston can boastof
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!'J Al 1,1 i ''j Under normal conditions the_ harvester planted and that all rent must .be 90, inclusive, and the winner Is .decided tlie. grinding season which illenable' junior high In the state without one of the largest payrolls in the
: d1 will save 50 cent in labor land the fee of those handling the cane In season -
per paid on the if not owned by by draw. An entrance taking the entrance examinations, as Everglades during the grinding
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;i.;FI j it!I cost, which is no small item .in the planter or that: a waiver be made by; fifty cents is to be charged and this the fields to keep plenty of cane on the local school will not be recognized i :

( j t ..I.. manufacture of sugar. A similar the landlord.All money is to be used in buying the hand:':to. keep the mill in full operation by other schools in the state.

i cane harvester has been in operationin In prizes which will probably be golf :.: **
applications must be by
Any pupil graduating from the 10- ONE MILE STATE :
Cuban cane fields during the past September 1st. Several applicationshave I balls. There will probably be two or A1U equipment Is being put In cal school will have eight credits -

I I .!, year and has been successful. been made and others' are expected more prizes, all depending on the she'p.6J!oi: efficient work and with after the school becomes an' ac

within the next two weeks. number of entrants', and all l ties will thejmraitiablp; _experienjie. gained. last. ROAH COMPLETEDDURING .
-" creditted. school Theo. =i fact::tlmt..-we _
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:1; ", be drawn off' or split according to year with labor no trouble Is anticipated
Those wishing to make applica-
: -lLt. L.OFFICIALS' will not have forty pupils in the
I tion for loans' should get in touch the decision of the players in the for this year. Junior high will be the only cause LAST WEEKOne

i I \h. ON INSPECTION with E. L. Stewart or L. A. Morgan ties. Work in the fields is progressing for the school not being placed on

who have the authority to, pass on Players. must register and select rapidly, most of the cane has been the state accreditted list.

all applications in this district. their handicaps before playing.. Con- laid by, a few sections are being Hundred And Fifty
I I Mrs. Beardsley stated that she
TOUR HERE THURS. testants have all week to play their weeded and the ditches kept cleanso
was anxious to meet all require Cars Of Rock Used
BOYS FIGHT FOR DATE egihteen holes. and this can be that any additional water will
ments and that as far as the teach-
played nine holes at a time. drain into the lateral canals. Approximately On Highway. !
ers and other requirements were con-
Criief Engineer Is Well When pretty Charlotte ':Seiden-:) : $3,500,000 is expected
cerned that she pos-t that
was ve
I Pleased With LocalConditions. stopp,,. 18 'years old, of Hammond, Thursday Closing To from the '1931 cane crop in this sec Traffic will be allowed on the 1
the school could be placed on the I
Iiid., got :her dates mixed, 11 suitors tion. state road next. week according to<< 1
Continue Until Seplt. 15 state accreditted list if the required
appeared to take her home 'from R. A. Shaw:, local representative of ;
number of pupils could be found In
I work. At Charlotte's suggestion, the Show Boat Orchestra the Powers construction Company. I

I J. E. Willoughby, Chief engineer boys fought for the privilege. Police Local merchants' announced today Clewiston.The Sixty men are working on the grade

'. of ,the Atlantic Coast ''Line arrived in arrested the entire party that they would observe the, Thurs Plays At Belle GladeThe following teachers have been which is completed to about one i

Clewiston in his special car Thurs day half holidays until September selected for the coming term: Mrs. mile of the county line. Over a mile j!

I I ; r day. Accompanying Mr. Willoughby 15. It has been the custom to close American Legion of Belle J. E. Beardsley. principal. Mrs. Jeff of rock was laid last week and the 3

I were F. W. Brown director of HOOKER TO PLANT during the months of June, July, August Glade will give a dance tonight at Bradley, junior high teacher; Miss grade has been completed for the remaining 1 i

i Transportation. C. C. Blanc, SuperIn- and September, .but due to the the Legion Hall. Paul Gray's Show Sarah Green, first grade; Miss Ella distance. !I

tendent of the Lakeland Division, B. 150 ACRES ,IN fact that school opens a month sooner Boat orchestra, of West Palm Beach, Whatley. second grade Miss OU One hundred and fifty cars of rock j iI

/ E. Haley, General Roadmaster from and the grinding season of the will furnish the music. Petteway, third grade; Miss Jamye have been placed:> to date. The road

I Lakeland, C. Fowler, District road- WINTER Sugar Company is drawing, near the The Legion dances have proven Williams, fourth grade. has been completed from the city

L: master from Sebring. I. CABBAGESays local merchants have agreed to discontinue popular during the summer months limits to within one mile of the s

1 Mr. Willoughby! came on a general the half holiday closing on and with a new orchestra a large LOCAL BUSINESS county line. Traffic will be allowed !

inspection tour of the Atlantic September 15. crowd is expected. The Belle Glade on the grade next week and the top
Prospects For
; Coast. Line Railroad property, in this Good I G.. V. Hudson, president of the lo- dances are drawing crowds from surface' will be put on in about

:r' section. His company has played avery i Crops This Fall.Encouraging. cal merchants association, stated around the southern part of the lake MEN TO MEET AT thirty days. ,r

,; important part in developing that business conditions in Clewistonwere and with the largest dance hall in With five large dump trucks and '
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,' the Everglades and have extended improving and that effects of the Everglades the Legion has been INN TUESDAY NIGHT a turntable placed at the far end of ;

their road as far east as Miami W. C. Hooker announced Tuesdaythat the payrolls of the Sugar Companywere able to complete their new home with the grade work is being rushed to I'

Locks, where they make connection he was preparing ground and being felt by all the local mer- funds derived from the dances given completion. Culverts across the state

with the Florida East Coast Rail- would plant one hundred acres in chants. each week. Important Business To highway in the city are being placed !

road. this week. The road through Clew-
S i cabbage. Mr. Hooker has leased a Be Discussed At
Q During the past the Atlantic iston Is expected to be closed next
:year large tract
of land
near the Benbow LOCAL PRO TELLS HOW TO PLAY I
I } Coast Line has jmproved their road plantation on the Moore Haven road Meeting.The week and according to Mr. Shaw
beds and placed heavy rails into this Approximately this section of the road will be com-

; section," IhereLy: cutting almost two to prepare$3,000 the land will and be harvest required THE LOCAL GOLF COURSE IN! PAR Clewiston Merchants Associa pleted in about a week.

hours from the schedule between the crop. tion will meet at the Clewiston Inn Very little grading is being done

I i Clewiston; and Sebring. They have Tuesday. This will be the regular along the highway from Clewiston,
Mr. Hooker is one of the largest Hole No.5, 400 yards, par 4. played the shot losing stroke and
r brought into the Everglades practically monthly meeting and very important most of the grade had been completed
I: all of the equipment used by planters on the southern shores of Good drives 230 but his ball hooks distance, but not Century, he takesa business is to 'be discussed, according by the state road department. j

r I the Southern Sugar Company and the lake and has already; about ten slightly leaving him behind the niblic and tries to carry straight i to G. V. Hudson, president. The !!

have served this section with effi- acres planted in eggplants, with bunker the distance calls for a three 'across tho canal, which is' a full AUTO SAVES WORKMAN I
! twenty planted in beans. The outlookfor : Clewiston Better Business Men's Association
iron shot, but as there Is'some \f
dent railroad transportation. during mashie shot from a good lie. He -
a bumper crop and a good market has been one of the most
(jl(11. the past year. doubt about getting the ball high barely gets out from under, but that the development Myer Sherman, a Boston (Mass. .
is very encouraging, stated the important organizations in
"r' planted. enough to clear the bunke he usesa does not keep him from again tryingto of business conditions in painter, fell 6 stories and lives. Ho

:: Local Golf Course four iron and falls short of the carry the canal. This time he does the crashed through the roof of a parked
II' Mr. city.
Hooker: operates the Clewiston
I I 'J' green, but this is better than hittingthe carry half of the canal, but it is the sedan, landing on the cusions of the
1 y Tough Says Anthony Packing Company each and i A majority of the merchants of
r. : season hunker and rolling over into$ the close half and he has lost a ball anda I' back seat. ,
represents J. Clewiston have invested in buildingsIn
r'' .r P. Cochran in this sec canal, his! 'chip shot loaves him( deadto storko. Ground rules allow him to I
:! E. tion. His packing house the city and have played a very
I D. Anthony of West Palm will be the
the pin and one putt gives him drop 'a ball with a loss of just distance Ninth Farmers' Week .
. c ,\I Beach was in Clewiston Thursday only one in operation in the Clevis- his important part in helping to carry
I ( par.Mr. which means he Is now playIng -
j afternoon playing golf. ton section this year. the Southern Sugar Company through Has Record Attendance
Ninety has a. long drive down four, he plays this one across, on
:, :! Mr. Anthony well pleased with Beginning September 1st and con their financial troubles during the
was the right side of the fairway" 'and is in five and down In seven.
v': \\1 I the local course and stated that it tinuing for sixty days all planters in left with a shot across the big bunker Mr. T has at last seen the errorof past sixty days. GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Over 1,700
t .: this section will ,be preparing With fall planting of vegetables farm women from 57
I'I I was one of the hardest courses he and on the right fortunately he is his method and carefully tees up heavy farmers and.

;i had ever played In Florida. planting a crop of fall beans. Ideal far enough back to use his mid-iron his ball and hits it straight down getting under way around the Florida counties attended the ninth"

I I" Mr. Anthony has won several tournament weather has prevailed all summer. and clear the bunker and is hole tho fairway about 180, he playes a lake and business picking up in annual Farmers' and''.:Fruit Growers'

r. ) I! Q. prizes In West Palm Beach and the outlook for continuance of high but off the green, a chip shot mashie safe and carries the canal.A general plans for the future ,development Week at the College of Agriculture

'r and Is considered one of the' best such weather is very promising. and two putts gives him a five. run shot with his mashie .puts him of business will be discussed.The here August 1115. Over 160 men and

ri ,1\i I\ golf players in the East coast ctiy. With Federal aid to those, who suffered Mr. Century slices one Into the on the green and two putts gives president urges every businessman women speakers appeared on the

I He is expected to bring a foursome loss during the past season and deep rough and finds It in an almost him the best hole of the round so to be present Tuesday night and program. Demonstrations exhibits,

\ to Clewiston in the near future and the tariff' on all vegetables producedIn unplayable position, a good smart far. express their thoughts regarding future field trips, and entertainments

.::1j challange a foursome from Clewiston the Everglades fal'minin this. player would have called it unplayable Scores for the fifth hole: Good 4, business development In this formed the remainder of the. week's

i; j for a return engagement. section should be successful. returned to tho tee and re 'Ninety! C, T 5, Century.7; section. program.
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f'AGt: TWO CLEWISTON{ NEWS CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS 1 "RAZORBACKS" '" WORLD-WIDE SIFFINGS ". Catherin and Regina. They will all .- M. Couse, Secretary.

live next door to each other. Aug. 8.15.22
WALL SPRINGS.-In reply to ."01'-I..
Published every Friday at

Clewlston,' Florida. ange Blossom" will say Mr. Hampton What are believed to be tho only NOTICEIn
I Universal News Service
By
I paid ,Governor' Carlton a compli-

LOUIS A. MORGAN' _... Publisher ment when he called) him a "crack Thousands of men, women and liquors, ,and 9,000 automobiles. use;! green roses in the world are blooming compliance with 'section 263,

children had an exciting time on the in )liquor transportation. in the yard of Wm. H. Brad Compiled General Laws "
er" and a "razorback. of Florida,
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- A cracker is only a native of Flor- beach at Roclcaway Park, Long is ford, near Lima O. Experimentation NOTICE, is hereby given that thei
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lston Florida as second class matter. land, N. Y., when a $100 reward was A large snake which has 2 feet an to i I registration books of Hendry county
ida. and Tin sure 'there's nothing tobo produce new flowers( 1s'Pradford'shobby. will be open at the officeof the Su-
offered for the recovery of a, U UUU inch long each I
with 3 toes has
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES ashamed of in that. :'pervisor of Registration of Hendry

.':One Year ........................................ $2.50 If there was, why do so many peo- diamond ling. Over 3 1-2 acres of been received by. the Calcutta (In- !i county, Florida. in the Court Hoxlse
sand was turned over before J M ) Museum. of said county on the first
Six Months .................................... 1.50 plo come hero to live, raise their dta Blind men are the musicians In in August Monday
i Feeley found it with the use of an 1930, and on Thursday,
Three Months ................."'............. -75 children and let them marry anion Z I 'one of the most remarkable bands Friday and Saturday of each week
sifler. _
the "crackers?" ash ,' Beverly Jean Thomas, aged 4 i IIn the world, that composed. in- :, thereafter until the second Saturday:

ADVERTISING, RATES. Then a "razorback" is all right years of Martinsburg. Va., is boY mates of' the Royal Glasgow Asylum of the month proceeding the day of
Forty-five cents per inch. No dis Three youths were fined $100'ea.. ll -:-'..,:,rl tim lh? the general election in 1930, from
youngest regular"drummer1 for'
too He is only a native hog with the Blind, at 'Glasgow, Scotland 9 o'clock
a. m. to 12 a. m. and from
for in the
count for plates. No special position swimming city reservoir in the United
States.
grit and .determination to get the .' All are capable musicians and play ,,2 o'clock p. m. until 5 p, m. for the
guaranteed. AIl'advertfs'ing copy at Kansas; City, Mo. ,
very best possible!' without depending in contests and also broadcast, from registration of electors.
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must, be in this office on Wednesday on some one else!' to supply It. N.C'. Ref tJ:i. Jr.. of Prosper, Texas Glasgow.At ALICE C. BAILEY, Supervisor"

before issue of paper. I In other words he gets; up and goes According to estimates by the Chicago behoveshis lucky number is I Registration, Hendry County, Flor-
:Motor Club, the 26,501,413 motor ida. Aug. 8.15
STATE OFFICIALC. after it himself. And I've seen sonic"razorbacks" eleven. Born on the llth minute Marietta, Ga., the IS-months-old
vehicles in the United States i
that will compare fa- I nnhmir.. llth day of the 11th child of11'8.., Vesta Baswell was NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
travelled 16S billion miles in uaL'y '
Woodward, State Game Commissioner vorably under any circumstanceswith month of the rear 1911,. ho has attended killed by lightning while the mother
consumption'wa'
appointed by; Governor any other breeds. Average one-twelfth gasoline gallon to. the mile. the 11th grade in high school, held the baby in her arms. .Mrs. NOTICE is hereby given that under

Carlton is one of the states most et- And when it comes to getting up In a claps containing 11 pupils. He Baswell was not injured.Harry and by virtue of the final decree

wears the numeral Jl his basketball entered in the Circuit Court in and
flcient department heads Mr. Woodward and hustling the "razorback" certainly on -I
Col. Charles A. Lindbergh has a e'd' for Hendry County, Florida, In .a
is publishing a monthly news has it al lover the Berkshire sweater and plays .11 musical Jimmick. a 51 years, of ,
therein
cause pending wherein James
double In Ramke I II
Diedrich a 23-yeax
....- bulletin from his department that -men as well as hogs.FLORIDA instruments. His mail Is received at LouisianaState
old senior at the :) '
; ,,not only gives publicity to the department CRACKER. Box 11. to his head, lighted the fuse Complainants and S. L. Lang and
..... University, who strikingly: resemblesthe I others
,
; ) are defendants, I will offer
of Game and Fish of the Tampa Tribune. and the resultant explosion decapitated -
famous aviator in appearance= I I for sale and sell to the highest and
Skyscraper apartment houses for
state hut gives the tax :and: him.
payers
I best bidder
for cash
blind. at the front
Ramke is
RELIGION AND PEACEIn totally birds is a,, hobby of J. R. Amacler.of ,
the residents of the state a complete -, :<",- door of the Court House in LaBelle, I

history of his! department eacn Stanley, Wis. He has built 3 such Leaving 2,"> cents to pay for the I Hendry County, Florida, on the 1st '

month. Berne, Switzerland, this moil*!!, Because he stubbed his toe .on a apartments-one for 60'' martin families gas used, John Bungart turned on day of September, 1930, during the
sidewalk, C. B. Neff has sue'the legal hours of sale, the following described -
there is being held a meeting which another for 48 and another for' ,the gas Jet in the ,home of his
The News Bulletin, is not. an: elaborate city of Long Beach, Calif., for.. :?:;U5- I property, to-wit:
f J booklet,. but is: made, on a me-, will go eiin'vn in the history of tile 000 damages. ..:.., 30. niece, 'at Glassboro, N. J., and committed Lot 24 in Block 156 of Clewlston,

)mograph machine which is stapled: world and in the annals of religion. suicide. Hendry County, Florida, 'IV./AJ)

It is a meeting of small of said property together with appul'I I
a group At the age of 11 years, Howard
at the end in a, nett and attractiveway.
Last nations of the tenances
year, world being then and there sold
practical visionaries who will como Harpbam, has been pastor of the Among the relics on display at
On this month's cover of the in accordance
; launched 50 per cent more cruisers with and to satisfy
Bulletin the commissioner says, from all parts of the earth to draw and 300 per cent more were in. pro Church of Latter Day Saints, at Sell- the Missouri Historical Society, at I said decree, together with costs of

''The People of the State of Florida up a specific program for :a World ins:, Okla. "_for more than 2 :years. St. Louis, are a knife flint-lock i said sale.

as zi whole own the wild; life. It 'Isimpos.sible' Conference for International Peace cess of building than .In the .twelvemonths He probably the voungest ordained rIfle and a watch that. formerly be- This the 31st day of July, 1930.B. .

"to. estimate its value. "We through Religion to be held in 1D32J. preceding the World War. minister in the. United_ States. longed to Daniel Boone. A. BALES Chancery., Special- Masterin

do know however, that we collectan The men and women engaged in J. M. COUSE, Solicitor: for Complainants. -

annual dividend of more,than six thin task represent all the major A Philadelphia (Pa.) man, hAS pro- To frighten away thieves, Harry Isaac Chim, of Rushville, Ohio, .

'' millions of dollars form it in cali ; faiths of the world, and they believe duced a: clock that speaks the time. .Mailings, of Saltsville,. Va., ,held an has a hen, in, his poultry yard thatis August lS152229NOTICE

and food, besides the aethetic, the that only through emphasis on I open knife in his hand while, he nfl to be 22 years old. The hen

health giving and recreational benefits the teachings of peace within every Botanists say that a bald cypress took. a nap in a park. When he quit laying; eggs 17 :years ago. V/ARrllNG !
tree in Santa Marie del Tula Mexico -
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faith can warless world !DO had
a awoke he discovered some one
: We also know it is one of our

greatest tourist attractions. If a assured. Religion must outlaw war, is the oldes living tree in the ,I stolen the pants and shoes he was ANNUAL LAND OWNERS ..

individual they state, for politics and govern- ,world-probably 5,000 years of age. wearing and taken, the knife from MEETING DISTON ISLAND
private, or coporation I DRAINAGE DISTRICTThe
ments by themselves never
can his hand.
owned a property producing( a lIKe
build up the public? attitude that will While hunting, Gus Gilbert, ot
'dividend would they l be different! to annual land owners meetingof

its protection and development? make war Impossible. The leaders in Boise. Idaho, shot a grouse th t'J1acl Leota, Mary, Mona, and Koberta Diston Island Drainage District ':1:;i..1.1 J. 'cis un e tnr k111ln::,or

.' his movement_ for world peace a gold nugget the sibe of a lima Keyes, aged 12 years, of Hoins, will be held at the Court House in TATS, MICE! COCKROACHES,
. A financial statement of the de-
through religion are people of international bean in its gizzard.A Okla., are said to be the only living Moore Haven, Florida, 'on September WATER3UCS AND! ,LAUD GRABS
I, 'partment is published each month 5, 1930, at 3:00 o'clock P. M.
prominence not only in the quadruplets in the world. The STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTEhas
showing the receipts and disburse One of the purposes of this meet of
millions
been recognized by people
I, field of religion but In_ !business, report issued,by the U. S. Trea- girls are in perfect health. ing is to elect a member of the during the past 52 years 8S.the guaranteed
ments. The balance on hand August1st ; killer of these food destroying ,and disease! !
art, and professional 'life. They Include sury Department on prohibition en- Board of Supervisors of said district. carrying pest

was $54,211.00. Mr. Woodward is Doctor Albert 'Einstein of forcement during the past fiscaryearreveals : Elmer H. Favor, of Detroit, Mich., I J. E. FRIERSON, Chairman Sold Everywhere
not only keeping 'those interested in ,Board of Supervisors.; 2 ounces 35c- 15 ounces $1.25
many, Doctor Rabindranath' er-I that 68,186 arrests were soon will marry Elsie Boes. His MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS .
his department Informed as to Its '
of India, Baron Saketani of Japan, made while' seizures included 24,373 n-others. Alvin and, Clarence, are already -
financial standing but is informing
the Lord Bishop of Liverpool, England stills, 9,320,000 gallons of alconoiic married to Elsie's sisters, ;
the state as a whole how he is con- I -
and our own Doctor S. Parlies_ II I Ir- :
ductfng his department.! If- oUler-
' I Cadman. : ":.-<;"- : ::( ,- Stop at"SAVANNAH'S
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.method of informing the public regarding ( .
month will be gathered representa-;, I
their departments, better cooperation II
lives of the Christians and ,the I I
between state officials and I; : "

Jews, the Mohammedans and tne .1 i" HOTEL SAVANNAH
tax payers would result. i MON HS. :: f
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Hindus, the Coufuscianists Jams, DURING THE SUMMER- '
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We extend our congratulations to ,; :
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Sikhs'and other'' faiths, .to plan for | t \
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Mr. Woodward and would .like. to ad- : ., ..
a world conference such as has never -i I : Rates
vise other state officials to follow ( FOR HEALTH !I

the same policy without accumulating I been I held in the history of reli- :I II : / Without bath-from $.1 .50 up ;

gion. From their deliberations should '; '
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a large expense for elaborate I With bath-from $2.50
I come a new hope for the long cherished j DRINK A QUAiRT OF MILK A'.DAY.l up I I
Tjooklets that do not serve the pur- '.
: ,I| day when all men shall live I IN EVERY ROOM I
pose to any better extent. Figures ._ '

and' facts are worth more than all together in peace. ", Radio' Loud Speaker. Role ported in door ; !S I

the pictures in the world. Electric Ceiling Fan, Soft Water. :
,Florida Summer TemperatureAn CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY / H

ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
unnamed resident of Pompano

\... 'Hs Every-State, Beat"Aletter offers the Fort Lauderdale News the J Sugarland Highway Phone 333 r MOST CENTRAL LOCATION

bright idea, suggested by Lew I .,: / -
from Edward W. Hamilton : .
Brown's sunshine stunt that Florida
of Baltimore, printed in the Bal
I hotels offer free accommodationsevery J.
timore Sun: -
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To the Editor of the Sun:-Sir: above 96.

Having read G. II. Hopkins' letterin :! I
The hotels..woulc1ll't have to "stand .
The Sunday Sun in reference to .
treat" as often as, the St. Petersburg : \
the delightful ,air in Florida to sleep, '
Independent is which
given away-
I quite with hint: One I
agree never ,
is scarcely ever. But there are more /SEE (

has to suffer there from want of ...,..... ,,
"no sunshine" days in Florida than \ '
sleep and through the .
summer
there are "hotter than OG" days. In .r

months spring from there a are perfectly daily showers clear sky that, Tampa, for Instance, the highest '[his r NAVYDUTY em Reyular t ; .;! .MAKE YOUR SELF AT J HOME i

summer has been 94, and the high- I fie 4 PIt 't-
afternoons, that cool the air. I ,
... est on record for all time 96 and :a: obc. TIf2E
aETRi1 .
I ]have traveled in every state ot i. fraction. No Tampa hotel, making I

they Union and find no state among tjhis; offer, would have been called ,PROTECTICNFOR .A FEW CHOICE ROOMS : pARE
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them so desirable for winter rest. upon to 'charge off the bill once In : .
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deuce as that of Florida. Especially the past 10 :years, unless we are mis- NOW 'AVAILABLE.; '

is It attractive in the northern sec- I taked in our recollection of tempera- f. ., ,. ,

tion, where the inland is not touchedby II ture records. L i. .

the peninsula storms, just south However the offer would be a \\

of Jacksonville, around Gainesville, good advertising feature for Florida '
ROADS AND DRIVERS THAT i REASONABLE; RATES
whore the State University is lopaled. hotPls-and would cost little if anything ,,

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My family are always content The prevalent comment among the -

here each winter and have spent Pythian visitors who spent last week NEW GOODYEAR HEAVY ,DUTY :; :_Jt'.TRY: : /

some of our summers, where we always with us was one of surprise at the .":; : -


enjoy sleep the breezes under that cover sweep' nights across and uniformly found In the pleasant Florida weather midsummer.they : I <: ; OUR SUNDAY DINNERS d.'CL'EWISTONS j j'i


the state during the day. For advan- When it was proposed to bring the Extra in Every Except PriceAre j .

tages of every sort. Florida has every 1C. of P. meeting to Tampa, the objection ? :

state in the Union beat. was raised that it would be, .
: you planning plenty of Goodyear's.patented SUPER* '
Except so hot that the business of the'con. : : :
for
his Inference that the hardhard driving? Want ex. TWIST cord-six sh
southern section of Florida vention could not be transacted In tra from POPULAR HOTEL
is en- protection punctures sorbing plies! ,

dangered by "peninsula storms," comfort and that the delegates would blowout, skidding and Extra style, too. Tapered side J t

whatever they may be, Mr. Hamilton bo all but prostrated by the heat. worn-down treads?< bars; silver striping. Value "

has given the state an, appreciated When the Pythians came, they found Here's your tire! only Goodyear' offers-made Ii

.compliment. We would add to his the temperature here much more en- Extra-thick extra deep-cut possible by a production

endorsement: however. that the Florida durable than '"back home," with J;All-Weather" Tread.' Extra- :MILLIONS of tires greatethan > ,THE WATANABE HOTELMRS.

climate Is"': not cooling breezes by day and delightful itar. extra powerful' body, of any other company I
conducive to sleep
a
nights.
alone; it stirs and vivifies '
and
,enthuses These CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. ;
representative visitors, car- ,....
one wide-awake activityand lying this story hack to their states (ASK for our: Special ydcation Trip Offer l i 'B
progress.
But his ..
statement sets aside all doubts-we concluding and cities, will do much to overcome 1iO.J g 1930 prices_ oa Goodyear Pathfinder' and Regf@ ) ,

have the general Impression that AnWeathess.CLEWISTON -
"every state in the Union beat .
for :'nd\ one can't exist comfortably in Florida .J
nntages of
every sort. COMPANY
in MOTOR
Thank you, Mr.. IIi niItot..Tampa summer. .. I
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IJ' I: ,,Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and monthly meeting at the home of Mrs.J. -

i; 1 2 children have returned from Pensi- K. Baker Friday night. Guests in -9'

k Q? cola, where they have been visiting cluded Mesdames Bailey, Jack Stalls, -
t / relatives: Dick Simpson, Fred Topper, I... N. ANTHONYSWest
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<= Smith, C. M. Laric, D. Lamer. H. R. ,
::1 I 1\\ 0 Mrs. McGhee will' entertain the Hall; B. E. Nails, Nowling and Miss.
" 'II 111[ : Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 Garden Club Friday the 29. All members Hines. Mrs: Baker, the hostess, Palm Beach:
are urged to be present.:"' served delicious home made candy.

Mr. Wilbur Cole left tjue past Kettl, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn,
week for Topeka, Kans.. where he Jr., and Miss Coleen Ogden,, Mrs Miss Beatrice Kettl has returned ECONOMY THIRD .

was called on account of the: death Vaughn's, house guest.Mrs. from her vacation spent in Miami. At ThePalm I ( .' : I ".: !

of his father. 'Roy Qreen'and son, Roy Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Barney Thomas are : WORK PANTS, Specially priced ,at ..............:.................................. $1.19

at home after a pleasant vacation.Mrs. 'BeachTheatres WORK SHIRTS, Sizes 14,to 18 ..._
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel motored and Mrs.-II., ,C., Jones spent Saturday .m "... 89C
: Thomas month In Ash-
to Pal mBeacli Sunday where in Palm Beach shopping.Mrs. spent a JIUN'S UNDERWEAR SHORTS, 3 for
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,. = ville, N. C., then joined her husbandin I SJIftft.MEN'S
they were Joined by their. daughter: ; ----- *
Clearwater for two weeks visit UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, 3 for ....
visiting In and daughter. a 0ft
Margie. who has .been E. "7. Kerr $ .
little Miss Har 'Miss Kerr- Cuba, arerVlsitr-.- there with relative.Mr. MEN'S UNION SUITS, 2 for. ........,.. ,. .. .
Stewart, andt t Evelyn Janis [- : I ,.., ;.. .. ..: .., J..,... Ql 0ft -
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veil. will remain over for a in'g"-I1z.and :Mrs. E. J.. Kerr.. -- II
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week's Evelyn visit, wHIr; Margie.. -: B. P. Fears spent Wednesdayin I I .I MEN'S.HALF. HOSE r 5 pairs" .. ,....-.., ..:.:.... ....................... $'1-.00-

4 Mr. :and Mrs. W._ P. Vaughn, Jr. Fort Myers on business. Divorce with love still lurking i, 1\I ifS. DRESS''SHIRTS, $1.50 l and$2.50 values. .:............... qo C

''I Mr. and Mrs. 'Tom; Smith and ,Mr: and"' Mr. Tom Smith were in Palm' Wood- mound the corner from the courthouse : LADIES' SIL HOSE .....;...:..:.._....u...".....'.......'........... 98 C
dinner : Messrs. A. W. Sias and Sam I motivates the plot of "Let Us :
and. Mrs. 'Louis.: Morgan 'were-! : "Beach Friday on business ,
I, i. guests of Mrs:. CIa cr-. Dawns and -. ham spent the vrcek-end in Orlando.Mr. Bo Gay," Norma Shearer's new Me- LADIES' SILK BLOOMERS ........................................................:........... 98 C

Troy pur'ear'suncia night. /. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stewart entertained tro-Goldwyu-Mayer: starring vehicle LADIES' SILK DRESSES .:.... ............. ....... .......:.........:...........;..:... $4.95
-- Fred Moltz, of Belle Glade, which plays Saturday, Sunday and
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at.-an informal dinner party -
Miss Cohen Odden, of Palm Beach at their home Saturday evening. spent the week-end in ClewIs ton. Monday at the Kettler Theatre. THIRD FLOOR
is spending the week with Mr and Guests included Mr. and Mrs Tom Rod La Rocque plays the part of -
Mrs W. P. Vaugh-Jr. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Misses Evelyn Kelly and Bee Mar; Miss' Shearers philandering-but-re- ONE SPECIAL. GROUP
-I' Jones shall i nth'Frank Hirsch 'spent Sat :pentant husband andMarie Dressler .
Miss Boucile Stone, Mr. Casey
I : Mr. .'M. W. Bigg' spent Saturday in and Mr.\ T. V. Watson. urday afternoon, in Palm Beach.. Is appropriately cast,. as the eccentric WOMENS SHOES :
dowager'whois' ther .social">
vor-
Palm Beach ,
,,1 I ,. VALUES TO $10
f' Messrs.: D. O. Hatch, J. A. Plunk tex of a whirlpool of intrigue, and :
i entertained at
','I Mrs. W. C. Owen
II Mr. W.v.' C.: .Deli Atlantic CoastLine one table of bridge Wednesday after- ett. J. Bracken, Hackett and Barker gay weekends.. ;, .- Blonde Kid-White Kid-Green Kid-Blue, Kid-Black Kid and other-

, i operator, .left",yesterday for the noon at her home on Crescent Drive. spent the, week end in Palm Beach. Included in supporting roles are combinations. All, hand woven Sandals. i included.; .
; Waycross, Ga.. hospital- Mr. J. ."Deane .
Dt. Those present were Mrs 'F .Raymond Hackett, Hedda Hopper, $4.65
IIJ I Strickland will relieve him while he Duff, Mrs. Claud Downs, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B:. A.. Bourne' and .Sally Eilers.. Gilbert :Emery and Tyr
is away. ii M. H. Gibson. children left Tuesday for a inontli'svacation roll Davis.
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in Washington and Buffalo, Frances Marion adapted the play Boudoir Slippers | Women's_ 'Hose
1 Messrs. R. C. McRanle, Assistant: Mr. Tom Shelly has returned after N: Y.1Irs.. for the screen, adhering primarily to With 'heels: Tn' satin: or; leather. | All Silk'Chiffon 'from" top' Ito toe.
General Manager and (7. C. Blanc, i pleasant vacation spent in Miami. the original lines and-'situations and Colors are -Blue-Black-Green 9 1.
Supt. Ridge District of A. C.;. L.,'were A. 0., Ward and children left blending them splendidly' into the -Rose.. $' '
All I New Shades< Suntan-Allure-
in Clewiston the. past. week. Mr. T. V. Watson has returned to Friday for Jacksonville to visit rela- demands of the screen. I
] $1.00 "
Beige Claire Flesh =- Sim
Clewiston after spending the ''summer Ives. She was accompanied as far
Regular. $1.95 values 9 Bronze.
Mrs-J. E. Willoughby, chief engineer in Georgia. Mr. Watson will be as Gainesville by Mrs. E. C. Mills. _

of Roadway;. and party of Wil! in Clewiston for the winter. Dorothy Mackaill, Milton Sills, I '
s mington. N. C., were in Clewiston Mr. and Mrs.' Robert Crouch are Kenneth MacKenna and Sharon Lynn MENS SHOES
Thursday. Mrs.. Ed Collins and daughter, Hor- at home after a vacation spent In appear toadvantage in the leading -
IN BROKEN SIZES
., .. tense, of Lake- Placid were week-end Ga. roles of "Man Trouble," F'oMovie: -
j I Sport Shoes in Black and White and Tan and White Combinations.Two .
I guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner. tone all talking romantic drama,
Lakeland spent
Mr. R. E. Haley of shades of Tan and all Tans.
,with that plays at the Kettler Theatre
; Thursday in Clewiston. .. eland Crews spent Sunday FORMERLY $10 and $12.50 VALUES .
i Mr. Brown of Wilmington, N. e.,1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker spent relatives Fort Denaudr next Thursday and Friday. They
Director of Transportation of Atlan- Saturday, in Palm Beach. are ably- supported by a cast of $8.85MEN'S
in Clewiston Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hahn spent a screen notables that. includes 'Roscoe
Line
.. tic: Coast was
I Thursday on bbusiness. Among those attending the danceat few days the, past week. in Valdosta, Karns, Oscar Apfel, James BradburyJr. DEPT.-FIRST FLOOR

Belle,Glade. Friday night were Mr. Gar ., Harvey Clark, Edythe Chapman

Mr. C. Fowler of Sebring was a and Mrs.. Dave Alstno. Mrs W. c. .and Lew Harvey- TENNIS RACKETS .
business visitor to '-Clewiston': this Hooker, Dr. McArthurDn Ezelle; J.: Mr. BJ, F. Fears was in Pahokee The story. sustained in its intense
: A. ,Plunkett, Elsie Hare, Roberta Monday on business. situations, deals with the struggles '
5 week. $.15 Values . .. .' . ., $10.00 .
I I. George. Dick' and -Earl White, Mr. of a young man and a beautiful girl ..
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Dr. Buck, of Belle Glade. enter- and: MrsJ: ; R. Alston and Mrs, and Messrs. Glen Heard and Jim who, after they have fallen in love, 1,3. Values. . . .. : . . 8.50
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tained at a delightful dinner. partyat Mrs. Louis Morgan 'Bqardsley left Wednesday for Chicago discover themselves menaced by a 12 Values- . . .. .. ., o. '0 8.00
his home Wednesday night: to spend their vacation. night club owner who has a' claim

Guests from Clewiston''!' included" [ Mr. Frank Flanders_ and Louis upon the girl. Aided by circumstance TENNIS BALLS 3for .. $1.25
Ezelle, A. W. Sias, :Miss De"e ,Morgan spent Monday in Palm Beach. The members of, the Willing they outwit the tyrant and are free .
f' all, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith 1\1arSh-1 on business.: Workers Class met at their regular to continue their romance. I

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ROCK BOTTOM PRICES ON OUR COMPLETE, STO CK OF GROCERIES AND MEATS. SEE US BEFORE BUYING. .

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I Western Pork Chops, per lb. .. :.::-'*i.>>,?,\:, 28c I Pure Pork & usage, per Ib .; '.::<:; !.' .. .. 25c


:; Western Pork Roast, per Ib >. : 28c Fresh Link Sausage, per lb. .' -. <* 25c

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I I .'! I:" Western Spare Ribs, per Ib. . .. .'. :.. 20c 5 lbs With. a' $1.00 Purchase 19c Beef Brains, per pound . .. 0. 0 0 25c
of Groceries

Western: Beef Roast, per lb. . : ;. :. 32c' Country Stile _Smoked Sausage,'per, lb. 25c
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' Choice Cuts per Ib . . ." '. 35c Sliced Bacon, per pound . . . 34c
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Western Loin Steak, per Ib . :. 45c Lamb Chops, per pound . . ". 45c


Western Round Steak, per Ib ... :' 40c Lamb Roast, per pound . ... . 40c
With a $1.00 Purchase '
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Western Stew Beef,. per Ib _' _._ .;.:,].:. :-". 21c -3 Bar Limit C iamb Stew, per pound .'" ':. ... . 25c


.; II- Western Short Ribs, per Ib.. -: : : 25c LD_=::; :;;...::--r--; c __ y _.. .. ':- mti Lamb Leg, per pound '. _' ... '. 0 SOc


Florida, Pork Chops, per Ib '. . : 25c r 1'6' Juliette Water Ground Veal Chops; per pound '_. : 35c
', ", ) 5. Meal 17c .

Florida Perk Roast, per Ib. ,.. .,'. '. 25c ._"1" Veal Roast, per pound '.. !'..<:' .... 30c_ ,


. : Florida Pork Stew, per lb. .. 20c Veal Cutlets, per pound '. . '. '. ,.'. .45c


l Neck Bones, 2 pounds for.- ; : '. . 25c BEANS 9 3 cans 25c Veal Stew, per pound . : ; .. ., 25c

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I ';I Chitterlings, 2 pounds or..2 e -, Florida Steak, any cut . .. . 30c


1 Q Beef Liver, per pound . . . 20c Large Tomatoes, can lOc Florida Stew Beef, 18c, 2 pounds for 35c
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: Hamburger, 2 pounds for '. .- .- . 35c -1: ,,1-.i Longhorn Cheese, per pound . . SOc


''J .---t., Sausage Meat, per lb. . . . 20c Flour, 24 Its. 85.. Weiners and Frankfurt Stile Sausage 25c '

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KELLYS INC. Clematis 23121

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1$7
Featuring Mei and Young Men's.Clothing. fiyJ $1 0 to 1.12: i l ; all sizes

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this coming season. Buy Now And SAVE.. :

Popular Prices ...._ .
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Makes at: .' ,-.4 < -'" h?" -r: Clothing Department [1st FlooT:


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g are able tq> f !1iSH }anH 'decorate_ your: Dining and Dancingfor

Electric Service 'the Price of Dining
nom with cjuajity] merchandise, Good .taste at The Little 1 Folks: Shop

Wo Kee's New Place
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for nut.imobUe boat with moderate cost.r .
or a -
Olive Avenue and First" pt.
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Formerly Pinders shoo store expert workmen at your call Newly Enlarged and
Mid-summer clearance sale Decorated "
Quality never questioned in one of the finest electricS ". fJj

pee I a I lot of ladles shoes, ., FREE DELIVERY. SERVICE -,:=: of boys and girls clothing.- Nice dancing floor and popu r
shops In south Florida. J.
consisting of blonde. egg :':' .,e'-k"*) Everything in infa.ntg wear lar music at your disposal

shell, white, b ro Sid and SUTCLIFFESblack ;
.) Estimates Given J" : Only Chinese Restaurant in
Cheerfully
black In kid and patent r I
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leather, with spike and Cu Electrlo "

"ban heels. .. Service Co. J 7 .Comeau-Arcade Your appreciated patronage la II

J. R. Sutcliffe, Prop.

$3-95 West 301 Palm First Beach St FURNITURE CO. West Palm Beach Special attention to parties I

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337 DATURA STREET WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

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When others fail, call us
Chifdrens: Shoe Store.Inc.
Helen I Phillips Phone 4808
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High Class Millinery for Boye! $jjj&r for Girls o West Palm Beach .. 'r I. Dean Lumley ..-:.....;. ,',"'
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No 11 Fagan Arcade mi"rt itnm.rtonm. Merchants Join In WelcomeKeenly
:22-23 Damatls Arcade Opposit U. S. Post Office

aware of the buying power of the people of the'north Parts and expert service on.all makes of radios

West Palm Beach, Florida ern Everglades, leading busines men of Palm Beach are invit-
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New,and Used Radios for sale
The only exclusive children's ing people of Clewiston and the northern Everglades to take

Before selecting your next advantage of the opportunities offered in these coast stores Custom-made sets built to customers order
shoe store ,Jn the Palm,
hat be sure and visit our. when in West ,Palm Beach. Modern A. C. Radios installed on small D. C. lighting plants
Steady payrolls in the sugarbowl section of the northern Ev-
store. One price-six dollars. Beaches. : Soutr Florida Distributors
erglades gives this section a' year round prosperity, contrasting

sharply with the seasonal '''business on the coast, and several of Pilot Radios and Tubes Kato Konvertters
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an advertising message to the people of the Everglades.

Summer prices are now in effect on the east coast and this,
AMERICAN TENT & AWNING CO., Inc
the coast business men believe, Is another factor which will ,interest -
Now Located at
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906 South Poinsettia Avenue Palm Beach Pharmacy?
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than an hour and a halt from Clewiston.
Satisfied Customers Our Best Reference
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John S. Opdahl Gasoline Stoves Prescription 'SpecialistsAbdominal -
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Estimates Satisfactory] Trusses
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"i Phone 2.1763 Visit us when in town shopping. .

Have your garage notify me as I am equipped to go anywhere and! .'.,_-, W. D. JACKSON 'J '
BARGAINS IN PIECE GOODS ,
do your bodywork at the same time mechanical work is being done and
Company 331 Clematis St.

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SHOE REPAIRINGBy ..' MANV DorothyDennyFEINS
means of the new Shu-Gleam process we can now renew the up- DEPT. STORE
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Don't forget to enter your float in the big Labor Day Parade. The West Palm Beach Fla. 12 Post Office Arcade 306 Clematis I St.
Damatls Toy Shop has all kinds of decorations
and Festooning for West Palm Beach, Fla.
you. The entire territory will be represented. ,So buy your decora-] I Priced
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: POULTRYMEN BLACK CAT110LDS park at Pittsburgh,. Pa., In a nice I-
'JiiA. I new automobile. When he went for 'III'
IT'S WISE TO [ CHOOSE A SEX '
his car an hour later all he found \
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RECEIVED LARGE I or It was the chassis. and theieoiiso 19W( I ,

1 AnnOD.HICiJlJlg: a J! e'vpno@diicit plates. Thieves had tacked
YEAR V the car up and stripped it bare.licvs I V
SUM LAST Carl Abercrombfe. Seabreeze po' <:t-
j :i@J1ll reeoJl1J<<1
master heaved a sigh of relief today I
I residfMiH filed in for the l
MILLION as 200,000 Chevrolet Sixes note on the road .. :,. Ci i! Yoi
WORTH. f14RISE fI'-?t time since Saturday to get their : : e, >s"..i'Jor.i. J I
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I F:,i' -" time the postmaster was du- t 1 ::. ,-Headcche V ; or Neuralgia> I
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GAINESVILLE. FJa.-PJoril poul ',)>ions that any one would be able "'' rrrnules sheets s .C.")Id the first I'

I itrymen received $1-1,000,000 from tn breathe at all In the! postoPH-c.; clay, and docks Malaria in three i THE CLEW1STON

'' :their poultry aril crjn rtnvlns: t1J.! .I to say nothing of a sigh of relief. days.; I LAUNDRY CO.

Risher. Marketing\ Bu-, catlike] animal win!
I.. ;': : (F. W. State A small black 666 ALSO IN TABLETS. I
; < treau, stated here luring Farmers' a white streak down its back and along ;.t
I I I You can be sure that our method
t iWcelc. About $3.000.000) of thi* money bushy tail wandered Into the '
I came from eggs, and 5,000,000 from postoffice door Saturday night 'He I r of .washing will not wear out your

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if.. i poultry meat. had been chased, from a respectable! clothes. We are experts and use the

'J? -.:: ',. In telling of the progress of the I II. distance, by several persons; and V [i utmost care In doing all laundry
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I.. the number of chickens in the j' through the open posloffice door. M-i > ; l i with our Snow-white methods.
J state had increased 66 percent. Cooperative Tho pursuers closed the door and 4 nit ry-
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' :: .;'. ; marketing "In the state has ,It tho spring. lock closed, locking the The Coach, SS6S./o. b. Flirtt! factory S'r. V

t ; '.'" i also made rapid progress. By the I c skunk up over the weekend J.ast. Since January, 1929<< Chevrolet has produced and sold 1 I CLEWISTONLAUNDRY

close of 1930 seven poultry coopera-J: night Abercromble[ unlocked tits over 2,000,000 six-cylinder automobiles nearly five inc.

1 i i tives will handle almost $1,000,000 door.I times as many as any other manufacturer has ever EL PASO AVE- &; SAN BONITA ST.

i : worth of poultry and eggs. II j The postmaster had been reading built.inan equal length of time. These2,000,000 buyers 'cowE R csDEGiftM
I > learned have chosen Chevrolet because it offers of CLEWIHON {& FLORJDA
In 1929 there were close to150. bedtime stories and had : scores
I. i '000,000 chickens on the farms of this that soft words .of tor were employedto desirable qualities riot obtainable in any other car so [ T ,y .,Wr < snow -2wiite ,
UundrYCLEVISTON
country and 139 cooperative organizations good advantage 'in taming this low in price. Yet, despite its many fine-car advantages, r. lfour
the Chevrolet Six is economical.
he called out unusually gas,
handled 4,500.000 cases of : specie of kitty, so
i oil, tire and upkeep economy is unsurpassed. And
eggs, and 10,000,000 pounds of poul-1 gently in words of one 'syllable and model be
for
any can bought a small down
. ','try valued at 50000000. I soon the skunk, which had been payment and easy monthly terms! Come in today!

.@ In this country we consume :207 337: ,I sleeping[ peacefully, came out and Sport Roadster ...... $515 ROADSTER Club Sedan .....".'.... $625 FOLKS .
Canada
fJ .i eggs per person while in that sauntered off toward the tall timber. Coach .................:. .... $565 PHAETON Sedan ........................ $675

la .- are consumed. Many believe and Coupe ....... ................ $565 # /|| fe Sf Special Sedan .......... 685 '
.i with a better quality egps. would a bet'ter -;II, Alfred Uruinbausli and Betty lj. Sport Coupe .......... $615 Mr j Qjy ((6 wire wheels standardon THE !HOTEL: TA-fflAffl .
consumers
package our
Tappe, of New York: City 'w re married Special 'Sedan) .
\ .eat more eggs, he said in a swimming pool. The bride iMIcli. -:.":..: MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES .
b. Flint
All prices f. o. factory, *
On July ';:1, 1930, there were over and gridegroom and their attendants: V> -' '' "'

'10,000,000 cases of eggs in storage wove bathing suits. The parson sat CBIEVROI] f sxV V YOU

: t the said. This is an increase. of, 2.I, I on a raft held steady; by bathers'

: 500,000 cases over last year, and 1- and performed the ceremony "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the Soul ."
CLEWIS TON MOTOR
# :250000! ; over the last five year aver- COMPANY

. :, : age. At the present time 30 plantsare I carl1,500 men are to be enirloyr1 Storage Space Across Street European Plan
.' canning poultry meats, a new
h'the erecting: cf an S5-stcry SIX-CYLINDEll SMOOTHNESS AT LOW
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.-' .. .sport models In the Chevrolet Six

r.,, ..i. passenger car line were announced ib; ( )

here today by H. J. Klingler: vice-

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'.Roadster which is now priced at .- . .-.. .-. .' e '.- .. i7f .. -. ...
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$615; the. Club Sedan, now $625, and \ I V.
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This latest move of the company .- I ? : ,. ?

brings the price range of the Uhev- NN5.

rolet Six to less than the range of

the four cylinder Chevrolet at the

time of the changeover at the close I .VrX.'if .-
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: nine the six different cylinder. passenger line today models-range in .. ..:".? )'':;'. ':;:... .t<:;,:.:.;;;-"." '' ': I ii ou ura4tt U caiureuet ;);:.

from $495 to only $685, following this
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". I. team defeated the Clowiston Scouts

I In a fast game Sunday on 'the':local .

diamond by the score of 4-1. .

Storey pitching for the: local team '
held the Paholcee boys to two runs ]
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1 ,Clewiston Scouts played a fast game

'. of ball and should have defeated the o
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f Pahokee team but- due to several bad ,, YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. l
, decisions on the bases they lost by ;
Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying '1. *"' .
'the score of four to three. .. ,1'- : flavor. /J1: ,t.. .
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pinches was a feature of the game BETTER TASTE -that's the answer; and V st ". j V. ,

and runs were made when needed that's what smokers in Chesterfield in full-
\ get '
by the local boys. Several of the first jf.1i. 1
I 'team the scout team : \\" '. est measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow ii'I i i t1t ? ..
Q players were on 1, : ::>_ : I, : ;:;
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