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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 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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VOLUME 4-NO. 39 CLEW1STON. FLORIDA FRIDAY,_ SEPTEMBER 19, 1930 PRICE 5 CENTS

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MINER TELLS THE WEATHER EMPLOYEES ARE PATENTS FORHARVESTER LAKE LEVEL LOCAL FARMERS

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WHY HE BUILT Date Sept. S .......... Max 91 Min.72 Rainfall.85 PAID 20 PER CENT ARE Sept. 11 ..,........?...6P.M... 18.5 6AI4i 18.4. ARE UNABLE TO

Sept. 9 ............ 84 72 1.14 Sept. 12 ...,...........,.. 18.4 18.3

NEW HARVESTER Sept. 10 ........ 84 7U .... OF SALARIES DUE GOOD SAYS DARBY Sept. 13 ................ 18.4 18.5 SECURE LOANS

Sept. 11 ........ 88 74 .13 Sept. 14' ,................. 18.7 18.5

Sept. 12 ........ 90 73 1.45 Sept. 15 ..................18.6 _| 18.G

Became Interested In Sept. 13 ........ 90 70 .... Weekly Payrolls Have Noted Patent Attorney 1 Sept. 16 .................. 18.6 18.4 Tom Geiger Notified

Sept. 14 ........ 90 69 .92 Sept 17 .............?... 18.7 18.4
Solving Labor Prob'lems Been Met On Time Approves Falkiner J That His ApplicationWas

In Fields.Bound RAINS HALT WORK By Receivers.The Cane Harvester.Samuel CIRCUIT COURTIS Approved..


up with the question of machine Receivers for the Southern D. ,Darby, member of the Only $300.00 has, been promised to

cutting cane, is also the problem ON STATE ROAD Sugar Company havo paid all sal- firm of Darby and Darby, noted patent OPENED AT Farmers In this section from the

of mechanically handling same aried men who work on a monthlyor attorneys of New York City, was Farmers Seed Loan Office locatedat

from the field to the rail not only SAYS R. A. SHAW semi-monthly basis 20 per cent of: in Clewiston Wednesday inspectingthe LABELLEMONDAY Columbia, S. C. Tom Geiger has

the cut cane for the mill but the all back salaries due up to September new Falkiner Cane Harvesterfor received notice that his applicationfor _.
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tops and the trash, which are, at 1st according to M. H. Gibson, the Southern Sugar Company. the above amount had been ap-

present, left In the field In a moreor Twenty Cars Of Rock in charge of finances. All day labor- Under the agreement with the ,Fal Three Murder Cases ToBe proved. All other applications have

less unsatisfactory manner, and ers have been paid In full and everyman kiner Cane Manufacturers the South. been turned down. There
Expected To Be Tried At This are several -
which require more labor to deal who has been discharged by ern Sugar Company has the American that have not heard from their

with before successful cultivation of Placed.Work the Company: has received his salaryin rights to the machine. Term Of Court.. applications, but they are expectedto

the field can be repeated. i full to date. The purpose of Mr. Darby's visit be turned down.

History on the Sugarland highwayhas With this condition prevailing in to Clewiston was to inspect the machine Circuit court opened Monday at

Close on twenty years ago, Mr.. been delayed during the past the ranks of the Sugar Company the and see if the patents of Mr. LaBelle with one of the largest Every effort has been made by the

Falkiner, an Australian pnstorallst, week due to heavy rains in this financial burdens are being relieved Falkiner were original. After a crowds over to fill the ,court house. committee which was composed of

In conversation with an old Queensland section. R. A. Shaw. local representative and according to the best Information careful inspection he declared that The Honorable George W. White E. L. Stewart and L. A. Morgan, Jr.,
farmer (who had spenta Construction that it his opinion that the machinewas to have the time extended for appli-
sugar for the Powers can be gathered at was hurst, circuiut Judge for this district -
great deal of time and money In Company, who have the contract to this time the financial affairs of ,the original with the inventor and was presiding. Routine busi- catiins to reach the Loan Office.

an endeavor to produce a satisfactory build' this road stated that he ex- Company are steadily Improving. that he would pass on the patents ness selecting a ,grand jury was Due to some unknown reason the

cane harvester), had the urgent pected work to be resumed this With approximately $3,000,000 In when he returned to New York. completed early in the day while all farmers in this section were not notified

necessity of such a machine brought week. We have placed orders for sugar to be harvester from the 22- With practically every obstacle out cases that appeared on the docket : until the time for applications

before his notice-not only to cope rock and with fair weather predicted 000. acres "In cane planted from of the way the receivers of the, were set, for the coming ,week. : to be filed had about expired.. Application -

with the shortage of labor problemin for the balance of the week, we Moore Haven to Canal Point the affairs Southern Sugar Company are ex- The first day of court was taken i forms were scare and could

Australia, but also with the dif- expect to continue work. of the company are steadily pected to place orders for at least up with minor suits, civil matter being I not be found' in either of the adjoining

ficulties that are being experiencedIn The road has been completed from improving. twenty of these machines within a tried in the morning. The grand I counties. Farmers in this
the hand-handling of the vast sug- According to a letter received from few weeks.. i section have been hit harder during
the Palm Beach county line to one jury was given a very interesting
ar cane crop of the World, which mile west of the city. The new road the stockholders committee approxi Mr. Falkiner left for New York charge by the Honorable George W. the past three years than any other

runs into anything up to one.hun- from Clewiston to the Palm Beach mately $250,000 has been subscribedby Wednesday to confer with the
dred and fifty million tons! per annum counyt line has been closed to traffic those who own stock in the Com of his company.. His Engineer. jurors to make an Investigation into have Tiad the first consideration In
and which is one of the World's this matter, but due to mis-
pany. A letter from this committeehas some
during the past wek and the detour Mr. Charlie, remained in Clewistonto the making and selling of liquor in
largest and most valuable staple by Hooker's Point has been in been mailed to every stockholder look -after the machine and shipit Hendry county.. He, cited several understanding it was not learned

products. use. This detour is in'very bad con- requesting that they subscribe to to the factoy if the orders .are cases that were on the present docket I that these loans were to be made
To-day the necessity for a ma- '' the amount of $15.00 for each shareof until the time limit had about ex-
dition 'and needs work at the present placed during the next ,few weeks. which were traceable directly to
chine of this type is greater than pired. _,
time. Under an agreement with the common stock they own. the selling of liquor. He stated that
ever. In a recent issue, the Editorof
county commissioners the Powers With the cane In fine condition,' the county had a new: sheriff and Efforts were made through Her-
Tropical Life, in a of theWorld's P. T. A. TO MEET
survey the storm
Construction Company agreed to season passing, and the that he was doing his best to enforce I bert J. Drane, member' of Congress,
sugar: industry, in dealing keep this detour in passable condi- local drainage district functioning In the laws of the state. He to handle local applications after

with practically the Cuban applies industry to (and this tion.Mr. (Please turn to page 2)) AT SCHOOL HOUSE urged the grand ,jury to give him al the time limit expired. Notice has

every sugar Shaw stated that It would require the help possible in making this a been received from Mr. Drane that

country) Indicates that they cannot about five or six weeks to GRAND JURYRETURNS THIS AFTERNOON safe place to raise a family. Judge approximately $100,000 has been
carry on at present prices, "unless
complete the work of laying the Whitehurst spoke of the killing or: over subscribed and loaned to farm
some genius
arises and shows how
rock from the decision to two small ..
Dairy children in LaBelle last, ers in Florida. '*-
the cost of production can be low-
THREE '
Bakers Highway. The Company is President year by a young man that was
All
ered. Production is already being then expected to start at the ,Palm Urges traced back to the selling of liquor Several large planter have broken

elsewhere.curtailed "in J'Cuba, Queensland, and Beach: county line ,and complete the 'INDICTMENTS Members To Attend and the fact that the driver of the ground and prepared their seed beds

Now; Mr Falkiner" does 'oT-c'a'm road...The,rock"has been.,placed.,.and,> _:. '-' -'First'.Meeting.1,< -- "'_ ,-Please_ lurn to page'.2) ...,.,. .thinking. tat.! the' would' be able to
n claimto secure
the'only additional work needed will a small loan to carry them
be a genius, but with the assist be the top dressing ,and slag. R., B. Waldron Is Fore, through. This being denied will
ance of his Engineer, Mr. Walter The Parent-Teachers Associationwill
DRAINAGE PROVESTO
hamper the planting in this section.
Charley, he does claim to haye pro- man And Charlie hold its first meeting of the year

duced a machine, and a plan for Darcy Clerk.The at the school auditorium this after
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TOM SMITH LEAVES BE SUCCESSFUL
mechanically handling cane from the noon at three o'clock. FOUR MURDERCASES
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sugar field' to' the rail, or tramline following men were drawn Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, President

or mill, whicli will reduce ,the cost FOR NEW DUTIES for grand jury service Monday, when urges all members to attend as the SAYS PATTERSON TO BE TRIED

of this operation by: about 50 per : Circuit Court opened at the county program! for the coming year will be

cent (and In man:}" places more) IN JACKSONVILLE seat: J. B. Thomas, Gilbert Taylor, discussed and approved. Other Important ,

under the present method of man- R. J. Moon,,, T. J. Geiger, Frank business will be attended to Local Rainfall For YearIs IN CIRCUIT COURT

handling. This would apply to about O'Bannon, Robert Howard, Rossle at this meeting. Recorded At I

50 percent to 75 per cent of theWorld's Will Assist, In May, George W. Heisler, Charles A.
Handling The Association under the able direction
crop: Darcy, Tillet Crawford, R. B. Wal 60.22 Inches.With .
What It Can and Cannot Do. Publicity Campaign dron, Victor Blate, H. S. Darers, J. .'\of its 'president has added Will Go Into Second
new to the school groundsa
Mr. Falkiner does not claim that For Company. T. Haskew, 1M. N. Taylor, Tom Shel- equipment 60.22 inches of rainfall in Week For First TimeIn
new 1 basket ball and tennis courtis
(Please turn to page 2)) ley, B. F. Fears, H. Whllden. R. Clewiston: since January 1, 1930, the
beinij, erected. Additional equip- History.
Tom Smith local representativeof B. Waldron was elected foreman and heaviest ever recorded here, the local
ment will be added during the year.
,GRAND the Gulf Life Insurance Companyof Charles A. Darcy, clerk drainage districts are in excel
JURY SAYS
The local chapter of the P. T. :A.
Jacksonville. Fla., left for the George W.' Whitehurst, Circuit lent condition, according to R. Y. For the first time in the historyof
has been very, influenial in moldingthe
HANCOCK MAKING headquarters of his company Tues Judge, charged the jurors with their character of the school childrenin Patterson, in charge of drainage for Hendry county circuit court will

day. Mr. Smith will assist in a new duties and gave them special In- Clewiston. They have provided the Southern Sugar Company. go into the second week.

publicity campaign that will be structions regarding the manufacturing Every emergency his been met by Four murder cases are to be tried
healthful playground equipment and
GOOD SHERIFPNew cthi-ted and selling of liquor In Hendry the drainage official to date and during the term of court.
,by ]hi j a,.company:; this week. are Interested in having a good library present .
\ ..u'; Smith has made ClevlstalbifLhome county. ,, for tiio e.'ho. ': are interestedIn i with the water table under control This condition might be traced, to
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for the past three years havIng .':The\ grand jury had 'returned'four reading good books. no trouble from this source is ex I the fact that law enfor!'SEj Rtr!.-i the
Sheriff indictments pected. The local pumps have been "
Is Tuesday. evening. Ad.cording
Countyhas..2j: -eTrnT
Making been connected with The Clew '" 0'_' .' - a very low ebb.
Able And Efficient iston News and The Southern Sugar to the best informationonsiderable running at full capacity during, the Wjch the exception of one murder
KREDRAWN. past sixty days and have been able. ..
avallable work remains JURORS' '
Company. He accepted a positionas case the other three might be cred-
Efforts local representative of the Company for the jury ajicl.. it may be in session to meet the heavy load that. has ited directly to the fact that those
next week. .. been placed upon IJifciSr-sfcted; ( Mr.
: several months ago and has "- --- FOR SECOND WEEK who c; committed the murder were
LaBelle, Florida, been called to Jacksonville to assistin ,, Patters drunk or drinking. These conditions'have

September 17, 1930 a campaign for new business, ROAD EXPERTS ARrEXPECTED The lake level for the past month been existing in the county for
.To the Honorable George W. White- which will be started by the company F-eme IHOtJRf1 has been around 18.3 and Is falling several years and the Honorable
'hurst, slowly. The dikes in
shortly. : are better George W. Whitehurst charged the

Judge of the Circuit Court for ,Hen- Mr. Smith has not given up his TO VISIT shape than at any time,, since 1928 grand jury to this effect.

dry County: home here and stated that he might Second Week Of Court i I and with the stormy season passing The Governor has recently appointed -

We, the Grand Jury, empanelledfor return to Clewiston the last of next HERE OCTOBER Begins Monday 'At no trouble is expected from lake wat Robert H. Hancock sherifLQtf
the in this section.All --
Fall ers
Term 1930.
of said
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month
Seat. Hendry county. He Is_ ma>:.itrg every
court, County ditches are being cleaned and .
respectfully; report that we His, many friends regret to learnof ---r-- .jeltgr/.TU -1i e' county of liquor
have examined into .. hlatera.. Lcln.a lr re 6oT7midT
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all violations of his departure but wish him suc- One Hundred Delegates in g and is going to make an additional
the criminal law The following rngn have been tion. The
that September rains usual.
have are
been cess in his work.
new Mrs. Smith effort as soon as court adjourns.The .
brought Representing Every drawn as jurors for Circuit Court, in ly the heaviest recorded in
to our attention, and have will join him in Jackosuville. this sec. people of our county should
found True LaBelle next week: Sam Woodham, tion and with the
Bills where the evidence Nation In Par. y. third week of the stand behind Sheriff Hancock and
F. Watts Hall, Joe R. Ross, L. A.
warranted month
and NO Bills where the approaching no danger is anticipated see that he is given support in clean

evidence was insufficient.We Emilie Robert W. Bentley, Chairman of Morgan, Clarence Hubert, C. Harold from this source. ing the county of this crime.If .
have examined the courthouse Keyes, ,Noted Murdoff, Mark Pool, A. L. Taylor,
has
the State Road Department arranged these conditions allowed to
and jail and find that they are be- Writer, Visits Here to bring approximately 100 Earl Simpson, R. N. Miller, S. A. Emmett Shelley Leaves exist the next term of are court will be
Luckey. Bunk Douglas, E. M. Cornell
ing
kept In fairly
good condition.We .
members of the World's Congress of
It be
even longer and can expectedthat
find, however, that the roof on Emilie Keyes, feature writer for I National Highway Commissioners to T. A. Market, J. H. Maddox, G. For Georgia Tuesday murderers and thieves will
the court house is the A. Hines, M. C. Antrim, Jas. M. Ma-
Palm
leaking in Beach Post
several was in Clow- : Clewiston on October 24th. dominate the entire county.It .
places ;and we urgently recommend iston last Tuesday gathering data According to information received gill Emmett Shelley, office manager, has been rumored that ex-sher-

to the county commissionersthat for a series of articles she will here this week the World Congress All Jurors are required to report to for the Clewiston Company: has resigned iff Dan McLaughlin might resign and
and left for his home in
they promptly have these leaks write for the Palm Beach Post "On of National Highway Commissionerswhich the Court House Monday morning at run in the November election

repaired and fixed.It the Everglades and its Future.: Is composed of men 'represent. nine o'clock. Clewiston has furnisheda Georgia Tuesday. Mr. Shelley has against Hancock and others that
been in bad health for the six
appears that the recently appointed MIss Keyes has just returned to ing practically every nation in the majority of the jurors during the past might enter the race. We cannot see
sheriff of Hendry County is Palm Beach from New York where world will be In session in Washington present term of court. months and was advised by his physician where McLaughlin could get

making, an able. and efficient effort she has been spending the summer the middle of October. Throughthe Sheriff Hancock- in Clewiston ,to try a change in climate. He support In the county. It might any be
has been connected with the Clew-
to enforce the laws In our county months. She is well Informed on local influence of Robert W. Bentley serving summons' to those who ar expected expected that the lawless element

and we wish to commend him for ''I conditions having taken an in- about one, hundred of these repre- to serve the coming week. iston Company for the past. two will support 'him but the thinking

the good work.Respectfully. trest in this section of Florida several .senlalives have agreed to make a years and his many friends wish to
Ihose who looking
people and/ are
He is expected
submitted, years ago. Her article on Clew- visit 'to Florida to inspect the state More than 31,000 people were him a speedy recovery. man
futuroSvill not support any
the
R., B. WALDRON. Foreman, iston appeared In the Post Wednes-, roads and at the same time see the killed by automobile aclcdents.. In to return to Clewiston In the /
of the type of McLaughlin
CHAS. A. DARCY, Clerk. day morning. wonderful state. : the United States last year. near future. '

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women have carired on, waiting for NOTICE OF' ELECTION iTo I : c c J .. :
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WORLD-WIDE SIFTINGS .
NEWSPublished '
CLEWISTON
THE the days that are about to appearon

the horizon of America's greatest .- S. J. Simmons Jr. M. D
every Friday at the Sheriff of Hendry County, ,
frontier. of the State of Florida
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Florida. -
Clewiston, By Universal News Service
Be It Known, That I, R. A. Gray. Hopkins Bldg. until October 1st.
MORCAN Publisher World-Wide Siftings ........ .... .... ...... Wm. Fenlaaon, 74 years old, arrested Secretary of State of the State of
LOUIS ....
FALKINER TELLS WHY George Rowland, of North Bergen on a charge of shoplifting, I Florida, do hereby given notice thata -- .

Entered: at the Postoffice at Clew HE BUILT HARVESTERContinued N. J.;, paid $.10 for an automobile. : told the court at Bangor, Maine, General Election will be held in

lston, Florida, as second class matter. I Several days later he was fined $170 that when he sees a pair of pink or Hendry County, State of Florida, on
1 I the first
Tuesday next succeeding
( from page 1) ; for disobeying four traffic laws. : blue bloomers lying loose, he just
RATES Monday in November, A. D. 1930, the
SUBSCRIPTION his machine will handle the whole I. -- I I naturally has to take them. Feula- ( said Tuesday being the Fourth Dayof

One Year ......... .....-....................... $2.50 of the Woild's 'cr p. In certain in- I When William Foley was being son had just been released, several November.

Six Months ................. ............... .. 1.50 stances, the cane is grown under I. placed. in n jail, at Albany. New York, days before, after serving a sentence -j For' Representative of the First

Three Months ................................ -5 conditions which are unsailab for I. on a charge of vagrancy, 45 cents I I on a similar charge.'. i I Congressional District of the State

I II I j of Florida In' the} Seventy-second
ADVERTISING RATES machine cutting, vU., uncultivatedlands was I'I Congress of the United States.
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount where the cane is planted I I money, under the law, to relieve him I I The use of radio loud speakersand I For Secretary of State of the State

for plates. No special position However of the charge. Foley was released. phonograps is forbidden after of Florida. THE I
-IS
guaranteed. All advertising ,copy I 111: o'clock p. m. in Brussels, DelI ]- I For Two Justices of the Supreme THING I THAT

must be In this office on Wednesday cent was the consensus of opinionof Nine catfish wer found inside, of! gium.! Court of the State of Florida. COUNTS/

practicla sugar men conversant an old automobile tire after David For Two Railroad Commissionersof IAUNDERINGTO
before issue of paper. SEND"YOUR
with the World's conditions, who stream the State of Florida. i
I Stevens. had hooked it from a The largest single meteoricstone
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For State Senator for 24lh Senatorial
have actually seen the machine in., Erwin N. C. while fishing. fall has '
TWO YEARS AGO near ever seen to been acquiredby District of the State of Flor THE CLEWISTON
operation In Queensland. It Is safe the Field Museum of Natural His-

Two years ago this week, sorrow,. to say that-even if P. small percentage For }kissing Anna Hollo once,' with tory, in Chicago, Ill It weights 820 ida.For one Member of the House of LAUNDRY CO.

", disaster, and a feeling of uncertainty -. 'of the World's crop of 150,000- out her permission, Chas. Mageteriwas pounds and dropped on farm landat Representatives of the State of Flor- Appearances
000 tons annum is cut by this Ida. -but, you'll never be deceived
was sweeping the Everglades of I per fined $10, at. Berlin Conn. Paragould, Ark last February.A .
machine, and handled mechanically, For Five County 'Commissioners. by tjhe clean appearance of
Florida. Hundreds of men women For Three Members of the
of millions of pounds per County personal linen when
a saving your they are
and children were drowned by One 'Y. W. Ritchardson, S4-ycarl-old hotel built on the rim of the Board of Public Instruction.For .
annum would be effected to the industry returned from ,'this They
laundry.
of the most dlsasterous hurricanes Civil War veteran, and :Mrs. Blanche I crater of a volcano, in Hawaii, is Constable in and for the following .
and the problem of the will be Sncwv hite and have that
ever to sweep Lake Okeechobee. Travis aged 74 years, were married I heated by steam from the volcano. Justice DistrIcts.'viz:
scarcity, and unsatisfactory .conditions No. 1. Immaculate look that
every man:
Property had been destroyed. busi at Seattle, Wash. The bride has been
of labor in many countries, No.2. likes so well.
ness was crippled; cane was almost ', a widow 27 :years. Ritchardson'sfirst At Auckland, New Zealand, a
would be more or less solved. Apart In Testimony Whereof, I have
drowned in the fields. The future wife died 15 months ago. Mrs. I. court has awarded Eliza Greening hereunto set my hand and affixed CLEWISTONLAUNDRY f
from ,the enormous saving in wagesit
looked dark and with bowed heads Ritchardson: has 7, children, 5 grandchildren $5,000 compensation against the em the Great Seal of 'the State of Flof--

the people of this community wished has been pointed out by practical and 6 great-great grand I ployers of her late husband whom ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this inc.ELPA50AVE.&SANBONITAST.. .

for a glimpse into the future. Yet sugar farmers that, owing to the children-many of who. mattended she claimed was worked to death by twenty-third( day of August, A. D .

machine being' capable of cutting the I. -, them. 1930. ,
with the determination of pioneer the wedding
a (Seal) R. A. GRAY, CLEW/STON FLORIDA fJi)
cane-stalk below the ground, a greater -
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citizen, they took up the task of repairing Secretary of State.

damaged property, the dead yield of sugar is obtained. (Thereis When 3-year-old James C. Roberts:! The cat population of ,Lisbon. Portugal 9t thru Oct. -. your snowite Laundry 1

were buried and a check: was madeto more." density or C. C. S. in the fell from the third floor porch of n.I is being rounded up and exterminated (
juice of the butt of the 'cane than
assume the amount of damage Richmond (Va.) apartment buildingand by gassing, by order of
:any other part)) Also, for the same '
done by water and wind. landed on a hedge, he escaped the city's officials.. j
of low cutting, better and
Lead by B. G .Dahlberg, and his reason uninjured. ,- r
heavier ratoon will be :
crops grown
determination to make this.the.
After discovering that 6 barrels of
and 'the will continue ratoon-
greatest sugar producing county in crops The new, 2,000,000. candle-power cider vinegar, stored in his basement '
lug for a much longer period. It Is SEE '
in America, buildings were repaired Lindbergh beacon ,at Chicago, II}., had turned to water, Manson E -
considered hat'this factor will
water was drained from the cane which makes a revolution every 30 Reiff, of Bluffton, Ind., asked the
save as much as-and in some instances i Re ular ,
fields, work on .the sugar' factory' seconds, sends forth a 500-mile shaftof aid of police to solve the problem. HFL VYDUYY 4 '
more than-the actual difference the iii
was resumed,:, business men went light. nrr 5'I13E '
in the cost between hand I col r
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about :
repairing damages to their .
Discovering. :
and ''machine labor, great as it is. I I jI a burglar packing up EXTRA
stores and equipment. Electric light. In an effort to stop further inch_ her silver and jewelry in her apart- PRUTECI'I.N (

poles were replaced and the citizenry I nation of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, men, In New York, N. Y., Mis. Anna ll(1 i

as a whole took up the task of EMPLOYEES ARE PAID I hardening material will be Injected Gavenda, a young and athletic

rebuilding a damaged communitythat 20 PER CENT OF SALARIES into the sand and clay at its base. I -
I woman, knocked him to the floor,
they had faith, In. ,,. .
-- -h -
During the two years that have l I knelt on his chest, slapped his face r.- .J.Aot"r--. .r--_._ .. _; _, _. ./JL f.A"J.: '. ....__ 0iI" .-_.;::....
.- _When 50 Lancaster (Pa.) girls appeared -, until he promised to be good, and
passed since this memorial morningof (Continued from Page 1) I
in_ high school without stockings : then telephoned for a policeman.At FOR ROADS AND DRIVERS THAT rARE
September 18th great things have good ,condition the outlook for the
they were sent ]home with the
happened in the cane *belt of Flor- best cane crop to be harvested In
admonition to not return until completely Cimarron "HARD ON TIRES" THE .
ida. The United States. Governmenthas this section is encouraging. Kansas, Ruth and . .

PG. Bishop, local operating. Receiver gardbed. Ruby Hash, 21-year-old twins, were.
taken a hand iff'the diking of -' NEW GOODYEAR HEAVY DUTY
Married to Edward and Ferdinand
Lake Okeechobee, President Hoover for the Company, left this

week for New York to Because she lost 25 pounds during Salm, respectively, also twins, 23- _. .
Mr. -
meet - --- -- -
made a visit to this section to
gain
therec t hot weather, "Baby years old.When {- UBBB miB. BBBBBBmBBBBBUBm- BI HBB : BBBB: BBB
Dahlberg and discuss
the
for his own personal knowledge con possibilityof "
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; Extra in Price j
passed a bill authorizing the ready' for the grinding season. It is attraction .at Coney Island, New 26 babies were born in the Every Way Except

Diking of Lake Okeechobee. A cross understood that twenty cane':' harvesters ''York, fears' sne .will lose her job un- I Tarrytown. (N. Y.) Hospital, which .,. -

less she can regain the lost avoir- has accommodations ,
state waterway has been planned. will be needed to handle. ... -the I for only 6 new Arc you planning plenty of Goodyear's patented SUPERS
.. dupois. Her normal weight Is 725 arrivals, a part of the men's r
ward.
Drainage has been improved, additional present crop.CIRCUIT hardhard driving? Want extra TWIST cord-six sho l -alr'

acreage has been planted in [ .:. pounds.! I was converted into a maternity sec protection from, punctures sorbing plies!

cane. Men have built new homes that I.. tion. Nurses gave up their rooms blowout, skidding and Extra style, too. Tapered side

will stand the winds that might be COURT IS Germany has 840,000 World War temporarily and physicians had to worn-down treads/ bars; silver: striping.. Vdno

OPENED AT, LABELLE veterans: :entitled_ to relief from the postpone their i vacations. Here's your tire! only Goodyear offers-made ,
expected.
The state has -
organized '
and government.', I .. Extra-thick, extra deepest possible by a production ,
put into effect a Flood Control l'
I of tires greater
Lorain (Ohio) policemen quit AIl-Weather Tread. :B3traMILLIONS : ..
Board to study conditions that will (Continued from page 1)) I I Of, than any other company. '
extra body.
powerful
M. E.. Ketchum is the sheriff of dumping confiscated bottled liquor large, -
protect the people in this section Conditions in Hendry county must
The Wayne county, W. Va. I into Lake Erie after learning that .
Sugar Mill has been increased improve and you men are charged ri

from 1,500 ton with this ..2,000bottles of beer. were recoveredIn i -- 1. m..ft -. .
capacity to 4,500 ca- responsibility and the good (.A'.3.4I 04hi ,
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George old of fishermen.
years one day by
pacItp making it people of the
the largest in the county are expecting ofed ,
United Randalia, Iowa, has been a '''member Em 13SO Ifffces ca Goodyear Pam Rgg@ .:.
tSates. The State road department you to do everything possible to enforce "
of the Masonic fraternity for 62 There are 9,000,000 more men than .. -Weatliem ,
the .
has liquor
started construction of laws and wipe out .

the cross state highway. from West' this crime. Three indictments had years. women in India. I CLEWISTONMOt'OR ANY

Palm Beach to Fort Myers. New been returned by the grand jury late

car had been .
drinking:
merchants have come into the Everglades .

to. seek their fortune and .
PALM BAKERY .
help to build'a. city that we mightbe FLORIDA LANDS

proud of in thefuture._ .


conditions Then came all over the the financial United reverse States. ARE PROTECTED Patronize your home industries., ..;:, J ;....{.:,:?

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feeling of uncertainty was sweepinto. .
'-ever One Million Acres ......
over the Sugar Bowl. Storm warn- I IN. .
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Miami. The rainfall during the first I :: .

of September was the heaviest ever I -FFiipfl f MIAMI" ARE t NOW AVAILABLE.. _
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to be recorded in this section. Crops The area under organized forest
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were drowned out, farmers were fire protection MIAMI, FLORIDA { '' : :- ;;

without funds to carry on. businesswas the landowners and Federal Govern- _.\:". f'VELCOMES'yOU .. ... :'. >i '
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at a standstill.Yet \ REASONABLE RATES ? "

during all of these calamities I past year, according to statistics just

the people of Clewiston carried on. I released. by the Florida Forest Serv Hotel In the South."
"The Most Perfectly Ventilated HOMELIKE I SURROUNDINGSTRY
Merchants rallied to the cause, they I <.r.e.
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carried their customers through the A total acreage of inS7/JG3; "lcresare Plan I ,-
Storage Space Across Street European
days of depression. They met their now receiving organized protection -

obligations In some manner or man- as compared .with_670,285 acres .. OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

agde to give their creditors securities for the previous fiscal-year ending

to Keep their shelves stocked. June 30, '1930, showing a,rapidly increasing ,
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They had not lost faith in the' possibilities Interest of Florida. landowners

of this section. to raise their areas to the .

Now hightost timber productiveness. '. .
comes the passing of the degreeof

stormy season, farmers are plant- 'I CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL

ing more acreages. than ever before, The 1.187.963 acres now under pro DURING THE I SUMMER.MONT S'

the Sugar Company is getting their : tection composes 11 units, broadly ; T
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FOR HEALTH
cane harvester has prove successful. slightly more than 100,000 acres .

The State' Road Department Is aboutto per unit. Within these units, somo THE WATANABE HOTEL
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complete the road from Clewistonto I GO landowners are cooperating with I DRINK A QUART OF MILK A DAY /

West Palm Beach, opening up the Florida Forest Service and the :

the greatest farming country In Federal Government to the end that I: MRS. CLAUDE 'DOWNS, Manager.

Florida. Business conditions are improving idle acres may be transformed Into I .

In Clewiston, the feeling of productive acres. Eighteen forest CLEWSTON! DAiRY 'COMPANY _

optimism Is seen everywhere. Em fire towers have been erected and c
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.i t w Sunday where Margiei iener\ first iston after a three week: vacation J Guests were )lr. and Mrs. R. A. StcI I as guests of Mrs. Claude Do\\ns.

; I year high school. in Chicago. ::1 Fvenson and Mr. Eugene Powers. .. -
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They: attended the American Legon Mr, and
Mrs.
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Saturday In Palm Beach. from a two weeks visit In Asheville, '
J Q> They will go to Canal Point, then.
N. C., and Savannah, Ga. Messrs. R. Y. Patterson and M. C. to Miami .
Mrs. L. A. Morgan Jr.. Phone 369 and return here the latter
TUr. and Mrs. Tom Smith left I
J Bigg were business visitors to Palm
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I II' part of the week for a few days be-
Wednesday for Jacksonville where c- Mrs. Bernie Hiers. of Savannah, I Beach Friday. foe
leaving for the West. '
Announcement has been made of Watanabe Tuesday evening. they will be for six weeks. Mr. Ga., is visiting Mr.' and Mrs. Hoy, I ----- I
Katherine i / Smith will do some special advertising Dunaway. Mr. Freeman, of. Lakeland
the marriage of Miss May I will be

.._ Tighe-Earle, of Greenville, S. S., to II 1 Dr. McArthur left Tuesday for Fa- work for the Gulf Life Insur-x for'' in ClewSson' ,for two weeks. He will 666 :;..

Mr. Robert Alexander Stevenson, of hokee. ance, Company Frank Cothern left Wednesday relieve Mr. C. W. Dell while he Is .
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.:_ '. Clewiston, Sept. Cth at Greenville.S. Oklahoma.Mr. I away. Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia'inCO 1
> Mr. L. A.lorgan':; and Eugene Mr. P. G. Bishop is spending sev-
C. I minutes, checks a Cold the first
Meade Thursda'with eral days in New York. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and children '
Morgan of Ft. pent : :Mr and Mrs. Elbert Stewart motored .- day, and checks Malaria in three

.'.: : Mrs. Claude .Downs and Clovlla Mr and Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr. ..have returned from a pleasant ,I to Palm Beach Wednesday afternoon dsys. .
Mr. Claude Downs Is at home vacation I
Warren were in LaBelle Monday on again C spent at Miami Beach.I .
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business.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and after an extended visit with relat- 666 ALSO IN TABLETS.

< daughter, Evelyn, left the past week jtives in Ga.. and Hendersonville, N. Mr\ ,, and Mrs. Robert Crouch are Mrs. R. G. Shaw spent the week.

and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Miss for their home at Daytona. Fla. C. very happy over the arrival of a end in Cocoa with her mother.Mr. .-

Evelyn Kelly were dinner guests of fine; baby girl, named Carolyn Jane. WARNING NOTICE!

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moargan Thurs Mrs. J. E.:" Johnson and son, James Mr. C. W. Dell, ticket agent for Dave Alston was a, business 1i

day of last week. spent Friday wth Mrs. J. F. Tippey. A. C. L. Depot and Miss Georgia Miss Marshle Avant and Mr. vistor to Ft. Myers Monday.Mr. I -
Keene were quietly married Monday Frank Cothern motored to Palm

Messrs Tom Shelly and J. A. Plun- Mrs. B. F. Fears and son, Waker, I afternoon at the First Christian Beach Tuesday night to attend the Milton Crouch spent Tuesday

kett entertained at a delightful have returned from Ft. Myers where Church in Palm: Beach. After a two show. and Wednesday in Lakeland on busl-J I I

dancing party Saturday night .at they spent several weeks. weeks honeymoon spent on the east Mr. and Mrs Everett Cato have ness. Health officers urge the killing of .

their )home, "Sailors' Rest." Guests coast they will make their home in returned to Clewiston after spend- I RATS, MICE, COCKROACHES, -

included Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith Mr. T V. Watson returned the past Clewisfon.Mr. ing two months in Arcadia.Mr. Mr. and Mrs J. R. Alston spent WATERBUGS AND LAND CRABSSTEARNS'
ELECTRIC PASTEhas
Mr. and !Mrs. G. H. Small, Mr. and week from a ten days busness. tripto Thursday afternoon at Canal Pointas been recognized by millions of people
Mrs. W. C Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. !Mobile, Ala. and Mrs. Dave Alston spent and Mrs. Turner are spendinga the ,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Law during the past 62 years as the guaranteed;
killer of these food destroying and disease
W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. Cleo Houze, Sunday in Belle Glade as guests of two week's vacation with relativesin ton Sims. carrying pests.Sold Everywhere .

Misses Muriel Hanson, Josephine Mrs. Claude Downs and Mr. Pru- I Mr. and Mrs K. C. Alston Missouri.Mr. 2 ounces Sc- 15 ounces $1.25
MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS
Knight and Bee Marshall, Messrs. ett were in Palm Beach Saturday Mr. C. W. McDonald was a busi-

W. D. Cole, Paul Deam, Allen Pow. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston of Moore T. V. Watson and Mr. W. C. ness visitor to Sebring Tuesday.

ell, Emmett Shelley. Louis RIvero. Haven spent Wednesday afternoon Hooker spent Wednesday in Canal

, T. V. Watson A. T.... Haclcett; .Inclc Mr Monroe has returned from In Clewiston. '1""v. .. .iI j Point and Pahokee, on business. Miss Elsie Hare left Wednesdayfor 1 ,

Baker, B. O. Hatch, Charlie Minor Rome Ga., where he has been for I I Lakeland. where she will be the

and Dr. Ezelle the past two months taking a special I Mr. Young has returned from a Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford and son, guest of Mrs. Cora Cothern for ten,

I course in telegraphyThe visit to relatives. 'Chipley, Fla. Mr.' Sam Woodham and Mrs. Bessie days.

Misses Josephine Knight and Bee I Culbreth attended the showin Palm

Marshall have moved from' the I Garden Club will meet with Mrs.L. Mr. Hubert Edson of New York Beach Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Smith. Mrs I .1 i :

Shultz apartments and have a room I A. :;Morgan; next Friday, September City arrived in Clewiston Monday. Louis Green and Mr. Henry Claiborne -

at the Kettl Tea Room, Gth. instead of 'meeting with T. W. Getzer, of'Lakeland of Tampa, were dinner guestsof

firs John :Mowry as was announced Mr. Falkiner and ills secretary, spent Monday wtih Mrs.. Roy Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker Thurs-

Mr. Barrett, of Daytona spent.,. the before..: Miss Robinson left Tuesday for Palm day. ,-apVOwFqGCE
weekend in Clewistori.: '*-"" j Beach. Mr. and Mrs..R. A., Shaw enter- eer roMVaNr 1oa

.' Mr. and :Mrs. W. S. Harvel and taiqed at a delightful dinner party at. Col. R. H. House and wife, of '''

Messrs. Wilbur Cole and. Chas daughter, Margie, motored to Miami .Mr. E. L. Werues Is back in Clew- the Clewiston: Inn Tuesday' night. Sarasota were in Clewiston Sunday

Clutter left Thursday. Mr. Cole will

co to his home in Topeka, Kansas; -- -
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and Mr. Clutter will go to Kansas
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City where he \ reatives.Mr.

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and Mrs., J. E. Porter, 3nr' : '
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small son, of Tampa, are spending

a few days in Clewiston.. Mr.. Porter I

is installing new equipment in the' ..
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and Betty Spicer gave a surpise, .
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party at the home of Miss Spicer ', : .i'' ( '. "J,!. !<< .. ',':>'" '. .'q' ', :- < y '
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Thursday Harvel, who night will for.leave Miss Saturday Margie ,'......'. .':-.:1'<__\'F'\ -.:.'.f.}}; :.;:.':,:.,.:..' '..I.;.. /":" .: .: e ..:. r .'! 't. _. 1 ;;; .:.:.: :::::.,:' \I':.t:":{',':- i).';,":"<"=.-'

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night for Miami to attend school. :: r: ,--' : : : J' '

Those present were Misses Emma ,
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Laura Bethea, Mary Louise Ogles- '- '- -

-0 by, Roberta Spicer, Mary Bush. E\>- ,

elyn Hare, Betty Spicer and Master
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Oren Jeffries, George Bestor, Richard
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Bestor Van Bush, Marvin Alt- f \ 7.-

man, Merrel Lowe and: Robert Hare. pJ'f '. <
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Mrs. L. L. Spicer and Mrs. Mabel : ; ,

Allhands were the chaperones. Delightful !

refreshments consisted of .A.

punch and cookies. ; ,.


Miss Evelyn Hare -spent the week '

end in Moore Haven as the guestof I \ :. -.:", --,' t. : ,, ;"' ,. .-:' .
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Miss Joy Willingham.The .

Clewiston Girl Scouts had .t/9/ 11ratt1 '

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there mer vacations.first meeting The since meeting the sum was ;' Olf flle:1'

held at the home of :Mrs.\ R. Y. Pat- .
ter P on. Plans for the future, were .:
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made. Mrs. L. L. Spicer hasS, resigned thatz' ;
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from her_ place as first l lieutenant I ,- I ,: ', .' ,. >:",,':' ;' :::7-, /- .:.. j" /'L/ /
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taken her place. Those present were "1-'. '. ,' ,. ...... rA. .... -
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Betty Spicer. Mary Bush, Emma

,Laura Bethea, Margie Harvel Ro-I / ; '

berta Spicer, the mascot, Mrs. Mabel H fr

Allhands, Mrs. John l\I\ wry, Mrs. II. 1 ., LL '
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A. Bestor, Mrs. L. ,L. Spicer. .:Mrs. J5 9 z/

W. S. Harvel, Mrs. Tillie Bradleyand '
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refreshments consisted of mint-julep _


." and cookies. I 1 .:. .;,A.'.; C T #1IIr
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Messrs. Claude, Downs and Fred '.'>,.;, '-.
Puryear: spent Wednesday in Palm

Beach. ..
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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippcy and
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Leydig were dinner guests of Mr. .

and Mrs. J. L.-Allhands at the ,Watanabe -
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Misses Ellen Telford and Eloise 'tJ,;<..;.. .
Tanklsley have returned their '. .- '' ,-, .
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homes after a pleasant visit with ,; :;' "' MILDER, YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. .' i !:. ::r>f'I. ... :. ... ,

Miss Frances Monroe. '.,,c-2';: Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying ; ': ,. I '
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Captain and Mrs. F. Deane D'u.ff -7h'-ftj
spent the weekend in Palm Beach. ,';:/;; : ;: BETTER TASTE-that's the answer and

: ,> >':" \ >:- ?' that's what smokers get in< Chesterfield in full- I J 4iiJ : ( I '
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and Mrs. Sims R. Connel, of ':;
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Valdosta Ga. .
have announced the (fJ1 li ":' "

birth of a son, named Sims R. Jr.. '}.. tobaccos, exactly blended and cross-blended. t: 1' I : !;; ); Xtt"'I r' ;
Mr. and Mrs. Connell B. l
were formerly, Better taste, and milder too .;.. :; > : .1
from Clewiston.
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Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Tippey and iri',. l::'( .

daughter, Frances, were dinner. .. ., .' .. /
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