The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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:: Where Industry And T he Clewl.ston News The Center of Americas

.. Agriculture Meet. New Sugar Bowl.



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Date Max Min. Rainfall 6 P. M. 6 A. M.

,: : : : $9250.00 FROM Sept. 18 ........ 92 72 .OS MANY BEANS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE Sept. 18 .................. 18.6 18.6 TO MAKE REPAIRSTO

: Sept. 19 ........ 94 72 ...... Sept. 19 ..........,18.6 18.6

.,: LOANSOnly Sept. 20 ........ 90 73 .,. ...... FOR GOOD PRICES SAYS ENGINEER Sept. 20. .......i.......... 18.6 18.7 GLADES ROAD

; ,', FEDERAL Sep't. 21 ........ 58 71 1.21 Sept.' 21 ....,............. 18.7 ;18.6

Sept. 22 ........ 91 74 ...... Sept. 22 .................. 18.6 18.6

$450. Received In Sept. 23 ........ .90 73 .05 Conditions Do Not Look State Road To Be 'Completed Sept. 23 ..,..........,.... 18.6 18.6 Joint Committee Is To

Sept. 24 ... 92 74 ...... Sept. 24 ......,......,.... 18.6 18.6
: -f This District By TwoFarmers. no. Encouraging Says Ahead OfSchedule. Appear Before Road


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Joe Peeples, representative: of
Nine thousand two hundred and planting in this section has Work on the State Road through Glades county in the State Legislature -

fifty dollars have been loaned to WILL OPEN ON been noticed during the past two Clewiston is far ahead of schedule ADJOURNS TUESDAY called a meeting of citizens

weeks. With fair weather and just according to L. H. Bow, Divisional
farmers in Hendry county by the from Clewlston, LaBelle and Moore
Farmers Seed Loan Office, in Co. NEXTMONDAY enough rain ,to keep the ground Engineer. Mr. Bow attended a meetIng AFfER BUSY WEEK Haven, to assemble at the court

t lumbia S. C. moist farmers In this section have of representatives from LaBelle, house in Mpore Haven Tuesday nightat

Of this amount four hundred and been planting considerable acreage :Moore Haven and Clewlston- ., at eight o'clock. The purpose of the

fifty dollars was loaned to farmersin One Hundred Pupils Expected to beans and peppers. overproduction Moore Haven Tuesday night and {fWhiteKurst Congratulates meeting as stated by Mr. Peeplesto

this section of the county. The is sure to come if the present made the above statementR. New Sheriff On: ask the State Road Departmentto
; To is continued.
balance, eight thousand and eight ; Register of planting A. Shaw, local engineer for tho Improve the road from Moore Haven

hundred was loaned to farmers in Opening Day. With very little money loaned to I Powers Construction Company, has Performance.Circuit to LaBelle.Mr. .

the Felda section. farmers from the Federal' govern- i been in charge of the work since Peeples pointed out the fact

Only two applications were approved Summer comes to a close Monday, ment In the Clewlston "area, It was the first rock was placed, over a Court was adjourned Tues- that the present road from LaBelle
thought at first that productionwould day after one of the most successfulterms
from the Clewiston section as far as the children of,. Clewistonare month ago. With bad weather landa to Moor Haven was being used as
; and these were T. J. Gcl;cr for $300 concerned. The grammar school be cut down. This howeverhas new foundation to work on in 'several ever held in Hendry county a detour road to the West Coast
not been done and with the tariff This the first time in history of
; and Emil Roscoe for $150. will open for the coming term Mon-, places, he has been delayed was from Palm Beach. Practically all of
on tomatoes and beans local the that court lasted over
..y When it was announced by theo Bay morning at eight thirty. All considerably. the traffic from the East to the West
farmers are expecting to "get, rich week.
; hoard of county commissioners that teachers are on hand and at least' :Mr. 'Bow stated that Mr. Shaw was one Coast passing over this road. Several -
' funds were available to farmers of to quick. schedule and that Three murder cases were tried during -
one hundred pupils arc expected informationwe far ahead of the large bus lines are using the
According to the best
this section who had suffered loss report to their.verlous class rooms. have -been able to obtain :from he was expected to complete the job the term. Tom Bethea was found present route which will be discon-

during the past year from a freeze Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, principal, has around the lake and the lowerjEast:. '', approximately thirty days ahead of not guilty, while Shorty Hazelwoodwas tinued when the new road is opened

or storm a committee was appointed made all arrangements for the open, coast, more beans have been planted (Please turn to page 3) sentenced to twenty years after from LaBelle to Clewiston.
to handle applications in this pleading guilty to manslaughter. A
ing. We expect this to be one of the
(Please turn to page 3) According to a statement made
"" tion by the board of county commis- most successful school terms ever negro woman from Harlem was also clerk of the Circuit Court In Glades

f::: sioners. E. L. Stewart' and L. A. Mor-- held in Clewiston and have selectedthe HAZELWOOD GETS acquitted after the state failed to county the present board of county
Jr., appointed from Cewis- CATTLE THIEVES prove its evidence.
:; gnu. were most competent teachers that commissioners are without funds to
..' '"".'.':.', ton, Marvin Taylor, F. Watts Hall could be found for each grade.Clewlston's TWENTY YEARS AT Bertie Wiggins was' found guilty of repair and maintain this road. The

..':::" ; and A. L. Taylor were appointed Parent-Teachers Association ARE SENTENCEDTO I selling liquor to an Indian and was county is not receiving any money

..; '.:-. "' from the LaBelle and Felda district. under the direction of Mrs. STATE PRISON sentenced to pay a fine' ot500 or from the sale of gasoline as compared

.: :: The local committee received only R. Y. PattesrOn is arranging to r make serve sixty days in jail. with last year.It .

'.- seven application forms with the this one of the most successful FIVE YEARS One of the most interesting cases to was pointed out that the traffic

: : : statement that this was the only school terms ever to be held. The association Enters Plea Of Guilty be tried during the term was two which originated in Fort Myers and
' .; number received at that time. There charged with the stealing of
is additional negroes
adding play West Palm
Beach was not purchasing

'I ,. Were Hired
were thirty applications approved. ground equipment and is expected to Claim They To Manslaughter;. I cattle. Blame was placed on. a white any gasoline in Glades county

. ; :... .Hendry county and it may be presumed complete a new basket ball court To Butcher Cow, Asks Mercy. man but after hearing the evidnece and was not contributing to the up-

, < that at least fifteen were sentenced three
: early this winter. they were to yearsat
'. I Bethea.One of the road. There the stafe
,:< > turned down by the loan committee The Junior high school has been in By Raiford.
' : J. L. Hazelwood entered a plea of repair and keep the road in
< t,: in Columbia. The local committee month. George W. Whitehurst, judge of
progress approximately
passable condition
until the
trials guilty to manslaughter in. Circuit new
r has been at a loss to understand just of the most the Circuit Court in this
1 :" Twenty-eight pupils are enrolled in county pre- road from LaBelle to Clewiston
,!. : :..... how so many loans were approved the Junior high. presented by the state during the Court Tuesday. Judge Whitehurst sided during the entire term. Just completed.A was
'... :-... for the West end'of the county and present term of court occured Tues sentence on Hazelwood after before court was adjourned bespoke
Teachers for the grammer schoolare questioning him regarding the kill- committee was appointed by Mr.
:, iIIj.;., .only two from this section. day just as court was adjourning for briefly on local conditions in
Miss Sarah Green. Miss, Elta ing of Dude Williams in Clewiston Peeples to meet at the office of The
.j'i A majority of the loans were'made the term.It .
the and that he
.. .- Watley, Miss Ola Petteway and Miss early this year. county expected Clewiston News Tuesday, September
to Felda farmers ,in amounts In the of the Stateof "
rang occured case them to improve during the coming
Jamye Williams Mrs. J. E. Beards- :COth:: to discuss plans to be presented -
ing from $100.00 to $1500.00 while Florida against two negroes The sentence of this court Is "That He the new-
year. congratulated
ley is principal of the school. Mrs. to the state highway departmentin
the only loans approved in this charged with stealing cattle. According you shall spend twenty years of your ly appointed sheriff on the way he
W J.
Bradley .andW G.SmedIey their egu meeting on -October
,, section-weretwo; .for ?300.00. and to the ev dence'submitted to the life in 'the state' prison at Raiford. had handled his duties in the court .
the other instructors Sth.
are in
.. : ; : : the junior -
$150.00. high Mrs.. Neil Stewart is con jury the engroes were found skinning L. O. Gravely, representing Hazel- room. He also stated that he was
The local committee does the prarle between wood stated to the court that Hazel- to do his best to the
not want ducting a class in Spanish in the ju- a cow on : going help people
_ i ._ to insinuate that the loans from nior high.CELOTEX. Clewiston and 'LaBelle by four cow wood had been in the insane asylumin of Hendry county make this a Kelley Returns From

!:.. ? Clewiston were not sent in as approved boys, employed by one of the larg- Tennessee after he was dis- better place to live. He also expressed Month's VacationE.

1 but is at a loss to under- est cattle men In Hendry county. charged from the army. The case a desire to see the better

stand just why such a large amount SUIT IS Guy M. Strayborn, states attorney, was not tried before a jury. Gravely class of people lend their cooperationin E. Kelley, local manager of the

of money was loaned to the farmers questioned both of the negroes re- filed a plea in Abatement in the case making conditions better over the Clewiston :Motor Company. 'has returned -
in the Felda district without earlier In the week, stating that the entire county.LOCALS. '
any being AGAIN AIMED TO garding, the case and as the court from his vacation spent at
approved for this section. jury was not drawn according to law
his former Beach
,., had not appointed a lawyer to rep home, at Daytona
n \'5.;::.,.. -; The loans made in this section OUST'DAHLBERG resent the two darkies the court and that Hazelwood was not properly TO PLAY Florida. Mr. Kelley was recently
. indicted the His
by grand jury.
-l.1.. '. .::. were as follows: Jack Taylor $100, asked, if they had anything to say nominated as county commissionerfrom
,,;t. Asa Townsend $200, J. P. Hull ?100. before sentence ,was passed. "Noth- motion was overruled and after a district number one and will
::. : conference with his client he with LAKE WORTH
\' .. J. B. Thomas $1500. F. P. Gibbs $150 ing," replied the largest and black be elected In the November election
--. Disgruntled Stockholder drew his plea and Hazelwood en-
: :': Gilbert Taylor ?200, E. S. ,Koyers est of the two. Just then one of the without opposition.

j, ;. ?200, H. K. Maddox $150' E. B. Fort- Enters Suit Against jurors asked the negro who killed slaughter.tered his plea .of guilty to man- HERE SUNDAY .

_. : son $1000, Maurice Taylor $200, .R. Directors And ,Pres.The the cow. The tall and blackest one :
According to the evidence brought SIMPLEX MACHINES
> (Please turn to page 3)) of the pair replied that he had a
(Please turn to 3))
: page Hooks Is Scheduled To
(Please turn to Page 3)
'' ., following notice has been sent
over the Associated Press wires Pitch ; Locals Defeated NOW OPERATING IN
;: from Chicago, regarding the Celotex FRESH MILK TO
P. T. A. PLANS l Wonders Once.
fi: Company, headed by R. G. Dahlberg.Mr. WESTERN UNION

i :} "a, J::. CONVICTED ON Southern. Dahlberg Sugar is Company alto head and of has the RECEPTION FOR I BE FURNISHED TOSCHOOLCHILDREN BY I. D. PLAYIT

CHARGE been very instrumental in : Providing old man Jupe -Pluvius A. A. Monroe Local
: LIQUOR developing ,
/ ,< j :' doesn't enterfere the local ball tosS.ers -
.- ": the Everglades. of Florida. From SCHOOL TEACHERSDate
: & Has Returned
;.', / 4)/. ; all outside appearance in the matterit will lock horns with, the Wonder ManagerS ,. _

:' ,/{ < Sentenced To Pay Fine seems that certain stockholdersare team, from Lake Worth.,-Sunday at f'/ -ornS h-oo1.

trying to force Set For P. T. A. Arranges To 3 o'clock. ---
Mr. Dahlberg out Friday r
Of $50JO Serve 60 The Lake Worth boys are coming t.- :
or of the Celotex Company. Knew Simplex Telegraphing machine ,
Clewiston '
: In October 3rd At Home Have Dairy determined to win so as to even! has been Installed In the lo-
Days Jail. A bill
was filed in the superior
Deliver Milk. things up because the localsvPsetall of Western Union.
court Tuesday in behalf of William Of Mrs. Houze. cal office the

Bertie Wiggins, of LaBelle. Flora1' L. McFeitridge, asking the appoint l dope several weeks ago" when This machine is the' same kind
Mrs. R. Patterson, Present .of they defeated the Lake Worth team
cities in the
ida was fo'und guilty to a charge of ment of a receiver for the Celotex Plans have been completed by, the a used in the largest
' the Parent-Teachers Association !'on the Lake: Worth diamond. The locals
; a n- state and will expedite the work of
pelting liquor to an Indian in La- Company, on grounds of insolvency. Parent-Teachers Association for theihnualjxjceiJtlon
nounced Wetlnesdrv tint: h'11" organization are determined to win in orderto the local
Belle last year. McFeitridge, who owns fifty sharesof given for the school .
had made arrangements with keep: the slate clean with Lake The new machine is quite differ-
Mrs. Wiggns was indicated by the Celotex stock alleges in his bill teachers of Clewiston.
the Clewiston Dairy to have fresh Worth and it may be the last home '
ent from the old method used. Pot-:
grand jury during the last sessionof that B. G. Dahlberg, president of the According to Mrs. R. 'Y. Patterson
milk delivered to the school each appearance this season. needed
court but was not tried due to company "and a hand picked boardof tho reception will be held next Fri- and dashes are no longer

4) the fact that high water delayed the directors made more than ten mil- day at the home of Mrs. Houze, on day. Manager Butler has been out of and thp-- <5orat'n'does; not have to
Mrs. Patterson said that all Children : tov/n-o'v-Vjsisos::-but hSoTCtSTncu"and know the old code to be able to man-
last term of court lions dollars in secret profits under the Ridge from five to nine p. m.
Guy M. Strayhorn handled the the guise of furthering the financial This occasion has become an an- would have the opportunity to Is now putting the locals through age the latest Western Union Of

.I ; case for the state while Watt Law- conditions of the company." nual affair for the P. T. A. and is to purchase fresh milk each day. Mr. stiff practices in preparation ,forSunday's fices. _

ler, represented Mrs. Wiggins in the McFeitiidge Is represented by attorney acquaint the parents of the school Jeffries' owner of the Clewiston game. The machine is built almost, like

case. John F. Tyrrell who says he children with the school faculty. Dairy, has agreed to deliver. ice cold Hooks, local pitcher, will probablytake a typewriter. All Qutgoing messagesare
, .
Tiger Boy, as the Indian is known Is suing for other stockholders. His The president of the association, milk to the school each day. the mound with E. White receiving sent by writing on the machinethe

to his while friends, testified that bill asks that an accounting be in making her announcement stated The Garden Club has agreed to his ups and downs that puzzled same as you would a typewriter.The .

he purchased the liquor from Mrs. made. The: Dahlberg Corporation of that not only! were the parents Invited take over and replant all flowers the Lake Worth boys before. message is printed in Tampa

Wiggins and was subjected to a America, Dihlberg: and Company, Mr to attend the meeting but all ,that have died on the school grounds The line-up for the Wonders is not just as it would appear on the pa-

very severe cross examination by Mr j' Dahlberg and nineteen other .directors friends of the school are especially This work will be done under the yet known but the following is the per in your own machine. All messages
: .. direction of the Garden Club memo probable starting line-up for the locals received written on a similar .
.; Lawler but his testimony could"not of the Celotex Company are Invited to attend the reception on are

.be shaken during the examination.Mrs. named defendants. Friday. bers. : i machine 1.11. Tampa and printed

. ,.,. Wiggins was convicted on the Dahlberg and his associates, the We are anxious to acquaint local Jeffries Dairy has agreed to fur E. White, catcher; W. Hooks, on small pieces of tape In the local

.;' testimony of Tiger Boy alone, no bill alleges when contemplating the residents with our teachers and believe nish all the necessary soil and fertilizer -, pitcher; Houze, first. base; D. Hooks office. These are then pasted on a

other witnesses:: were offered by; the organization of the Celotex Company that all who are Interested In necessary In this work. f second base; D. White, short stop; blank form and delivered to you.

defense except the defendant who at a cash profit of $5,000,000 dollars the Clewiston school should attend Another announcement made by Nail, third base; and Guthrle. or Mr. A. A. Monroe, local managerof

testified that she had never sold. any and received in additional 82,000 tho reception and give a hearty wel- the president was to the fact that Bolton, Cothern and Fisher will patrol the Western Union, has been In

.' lP\ liquor to the Indian. shares of stock worth another $5- come to those who will have charge the Girl Scouts had agreed to care the outer gardens. I Rome, Georgia, for the past two

u 'UJ.- .. The jury was out about ten minute 000.000 dollars. The property cost of the education of our children. for all children accompanying their Everyone is requested to be pres- months attending the training schoolof

X _,' s when a verdict was reached. the stockholders ten times more, Mrs. Patterson has been a faithful mothers to the P. T. A. meetings. ent and cheer the locals when the the Western Union in handling

: '.. Judge George W. Whitehurst sen than ist actual value, the, bill says. worker in the Parent-Teacher Assa- Prizes will also be given to each umpire says "Play Ball" at three the new machines. He has returned

Y tenced her to pay a fine of 500.00 Large sums of money were spent elation and deserves the support of class having the greatest number of o'clock. A fast and exciting game Is .to Clewistou and is now in chargeof

i jr. serve six months In jail. (Please turn to page 3)) the entire community In her 'work. parents present at these meetings. assured all who attend. the local office. -

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Armand Schwob died in Berlin, Germany was arrested and fined ?5, Mrs. I Very shortly there will be a 24 hour
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished .' WORLD-WIDE at the age of 73 years, a pau Strohmeyer said she was wearing a faster freight schedule to markets

every Friday at :, ,- ," .. per. raincoat at the time.A. from Florida which will give our
farmers another advantage. The
Clewiston, Florida. Universal News Service
By Both H; E. Jackson, teller, and W. Petmecky, who has servedas Standard Railroad of the South ,is

LOUIS A. MORGAN .,.. Publish At St. Joseph. Mo, thieves stole, a every direction throughout the, ancient $71,000, It is alleged, disappearedfrom Justice of the peace, for 40 yearsIn ready, willing and able to offer the ii\-.v)
after haulingit city. Water, to a dept of ;30;;
safe from a store and -the First National Bank, of Gillespie county, Texas, seeks"reo best in transportation. Call telephone
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- removed feet, was still in the well. '
farm mile they
to a a away ,
Laurel, Miss., at'lh same time election. 385 Clewiston for any_ information'dezit ...
Iston, Florida, as second class matter. the $600 it contained nnd cd in transportation .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES wrapped' a large United States flag At New York, N. Y., Jennie Scalia, Geo. E. Klcnzendorff, of Milwaukee Tho U. S. Post Office Departmentis 1j .

One Year ..................-....... ......... $2.50 around the safe. who is 23 years old and 28 inches ] ,_ who served in the'"Wisconsin now using( mail bags made of 100 NOTICE OF ELECTION '

Six Months: .............................. ..... 1-50 .' high, "was married to 8ah'atoreCoke Legislature for 2 years, has just disc! > per cent pure asbestos in the AirMail ,
Although she is only 9 years old. who is 2S years old and 5 1-2 -
Three Months ........ ....................... .75 covered that he is not a citizen of Service to prevent loss of mall
: Ruth Wetson i is!: enrolled in the, Ver- feet talll. the United States and has asked to through fire. To the Sheriff of Hendry County
ADVERTISING RATES non (N. Y.) high school. '. be naturalized. of the State of Florida:

Forty,-rive cents per inch. No discount ....- Thunder frightened '24-year-old I More than $25,000,000 is Invested l Be it Known, That I, R. A.. Gray.
Secretary of State of the State of
for plates. No special position A dog, thrown into a stream of Dorothy Gillin i to death, at Houston, In amusement il '
A fine of $200 or 30 days in jail enterprises at Atlantic Florida do hereby given notice thata

guaranteed. All advertising copy water by C. Reynolds, at Long Texas. can be imposed, according to a new City, New Jersey. General Election_will be held in

must be in this office on Wednesday mont, Colo., came out of the water ordinance, upon persons using loud- Hendry County, State of Florida, .on'

before issue of paper. with a 21-inch trout clinging to ts Cham hers burg, (Pa.) policemen spcakinc: radios and noisy ,musical Nine Cars Tuesday next succeeding the first -
Jerseys Monday in November, A. D. 1930, the
tail. ,found whiskey In a boot owned by instruments after 11 p. m., in Atlanta said Tuesday being: the Fourth
THE CIRCUIT COURT .- .. Jacob Gsell but they have not yet Ga. Shipped To Florida of November.For Day;

-- ... The Vienna (Austria)' Eye Hospital ) i. .proved that he is a bootlegger. ,- Representative of the First

Two of the most impoitant- weeks has a magnet capable of moving : To herald the birth of his son, GAINESVILLE Fla. Nine i Congressional District of the State
In the history of Ilendry county objects weighing_ ,.up .to 30 pounds. j When. Philip Bevilaggia, 70 years Julius Harvlch, of Clarkesburg, W. registered and high cars of lor Florida< in the Seventy-second
grade Jersey cat- Congress of the United States. -
to a close. During :old of Suisan Cal., opened his
have just come Va., explodedd, ynamiie. The blasts
tle will be shipped to Florida from For Secretary of State of the State
the past two weeks Circuit Court During 1929, fTsfnllm! nt.p1. rCha ed month to take bite of food, a wasji shook houses and knocked dishes off drouth sections of Tennessee and of Florida.

has been In session in LaBelle, the automobiles; 'in the United' States, flew in and stung him on the tongueHe shelves. Harvlch was placed in Jail. Kentucky, according to Hamlin L. For Two Justices of the Supreme

county site. According to a statement numbered 3,47S,37S. strangled to death, 20 minutes Brown, extension dairyman, who has Court of the State of Florida.

made by the Honorable Geo. ,-- later, because of the swollen condition Becauce he -imagIned people just visited those sections and helpedto For -Two Railroad Commissioners

W. Whitehinst it was the most suc- Flora T. Bowen, ,,2 'yearsold, of of his tongue. laughed at his bushy eyebrow Geo. select the cattle. He spent several of the State of Florida.
For State
cessful term of the Circuit Court ev i Cleveland, Ohio answeres questions I James of Pa. tried to for 24th Senatorial -
Philadelphia, weeks looking over herds, and District of the State of Flor-
er to be held In the county. of history and current events as accurately After letter commit suicide. -
.. sending a containingall was later joined bby B. E. Lawton,' ida. _
Law enforcement. has been improving asa. child '8 years: :: old('1"., the details for her funeral, to the Madison county agent, members of For one .Member of the House of

in the county during the She sings popular songs and has coroner, ;Mrs Dee Carson, of near Mrs. :Margaret Mansfield, of Belle the North Marion County Dairy Association Representatives of the State of Flor- .r'

past several months and a feeling of taken part in local radio broadcasts.. McLeansboro, 111., shot and killed yule 111.? paid the weekly premiums and others. ida. ,

confidence and prosperity is sweep- herself. on 'her husband's insuance policy for The battle For Five County JCommissioners. J, '
were bought by farmer ofJ.)
For Three Members of the J
ing the entire county. Several. Montreal (Canada') restaurant I 10 years. He died recently and she sof Madison, Duval, and Marlon Board of Public Instruction.For .

The selling of liquor in Hendry owners were prosecuted for The second Congressional districtof I the ndlscovered that Mansfield's counties. Constable in and for the following

county has been in full swingduring serving cat meat as rabbit. Montana is as large as the Statesof first' wife was benefited by the in Justice Districts. viz: "
the past three years. Law enforcement West No. 1.
Virginia, Vermont, New surance.
and conditions ROY GREEN ADVISED No.2.
was forgotten _
After a guinea hen had laid IS Jersey Delaware, Maine, Rhode Is

were getting more and more deplor- eggs in a nest on the farm of John land, Massachusetts and Connecticut I I Two water spouts, 50 feet high hereunto In Testimony set Whereof, I Jiave
my hand and affixed
able as time passed. Gorry, near Bloomsburg,' Pa., a turkey combined. and lasting 20 minutes, rushed over REGARDING DROUGHT the Great Seal of the State of Florida -
Realizing that something had to be
hen took, the nest and hatched the surface of the hay between at Tallahassee, the Capital, this

done and done quick, a few citizens 13 guineas.: The turkey gave one Lightning melted the metal from Naples, and Capri, Italy., Crowds of CONDITIONS! IN WEST twenty-third day of August, A. D.
made a careful investigation into the 1930.
look at the brood and walked away the collar on a dog at Tibbdeaux, people :on the bathing beaches there (Seal
conditions and reported'to the Gov- ) R. A. GRAY ?
disgusted. A kind hearted rooster_ La., but did not injure the dog. witnessed the' phenomenon. Secretary of State..
ernor. It was found that a great deal '
,then assumed the job of motheringthe The following letter just received 9t thru Oct.
of this lack of law enforcement was
orphaned guineas. Worthless. for war purposes, 72 ,A towel that disappeared 2 years: by Roy Green from Commercial
placed at the door of the sheriff of
destroyers of the U. S. Navy, will ago from the Y. M. C. A. in Council Agen t.AIIen quoting letter from our

the county. 'In the Minnesota Penitentiarythere be scrapped. They were built about Bluffs. ; la., has just been sent backto Western Representative: -
Efforts were started to improve orif G 4th. "
are 26 bank robbers and 24 12 years !ago rtta cost_ of $1,000,000each. I the. institution by the -consciencestricken. "In Burlington, Iowa, this week ,
this condition but it was found im .
bankers, serving terms for criminal person who took It. calling on the produce dealers was )
possible. Steps were then taken to a .
offenses. I informed by the Traffic Manager of
remove the former sheriff and after Lagomarclne-Grupe ,f S
Marjorie Foster, 33 .ears'o"ld, of After placing dummies in their Company who

several months of hard work the Because the wife of, the defendantin London, Eng., became the champion I bunks 'to represent sleeping men, 3 are the largest produce dealers In

Governor removed him and placed'R. ,a burglar trial, at Norwalk, Ohio, rifle shot of the British empire nnd prisoners: escaped from the Federal the State of Iowa operating in prac-

H. Hancock in charge of the become a mother about the time the 'won the King's prize, when she defeated -I Penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kan. tically every large city that they 0
sheriffs office.According <-
purchased and received
case came up, the trial was postponed 100 of the best marksmen of The English Government suends
to the report of the six cars of mixed vegetables, viz;
uutil next court. The wife is the British army, navy and air I.$14 a second to feed, cloth and l house I
grand jury and the Circuit Court the forces. cabbage, kale, carrots, peas, beans, SEND OUR TROUBLES To-
principal witness for her husband the nation's of unemployed
Judge, conditions have been improv- army etc., this due to the drought, ordinarily -

ing. Several arrests have been made persons. home-grown vegetables are on THE CLEWISTON "

and raids conducted upon the liquor James, Donnelly y, aged _24 years, of s( the markets at this time of the year .

sellers by the new sheriff. Arrests Rita May Freeman, born at Con- Lancaster" Pa., has suffered a total ;At- the home of M. H. McMahon, and he. states that they' ln normal LAUNDRY ,CO. .... ..

have been made and those who are cord, N. -H., has plenty of grand of '15 bo e-brenl\s': In his right and Lynchburg, Va., a stroke: of lightning seasons do not purchase vegetables Fussing and fretting about any

engaged in the liquor traffic have mothers. She has a grandmother, a left arms by accidents during the I burned up ,the radio set. A minute until the first frost, the vegetablesnow poor laundry work that you happento

found that they cannot conduct their great grandmothers, a great-great past several years. later, another flash melted the being purchased are from Colo-
be will matters.
getting, not help
business in the same county with grandmother and a, great-great-great wired .in !his telephone. Members of : rado and California. 'l
The thing to do is to "right about ,.
Sheriff Hancock. They are beginningto grandmother. A flower of vivid blue, resemblinga the family were uninjured. It is my thought that perhaps/ our I
\ I face" and change to our service.
sweet was 'gro\\'J\\ from a" seed
move and according to Hancock, ---- pea Florida growers might take advan i
Wearing! the laundry that comes back
he will get them if they continue to, Long before civilized nations 3,500 years old, which was taken Claiming that his business was I tage of! this situation and no vegetables -I
from this will in happy -
shop put a
stay in the county and sell liquor.In adopted it, vaccination, was used by from the tomb of ail Egyptian Pha- lead, j. C. Simpson hung a crepe being stored 'due to the short'I'I frame of [mind. you '

closing the present term of Cir natives of East Africa as a smallpox raoh by P. M. Harris ,of London, on the door of his store in 'Hickory j age account of the drought ,

cuit Court the Honorable George W. preventative. England. Flat, ,Mass. The affair attracted attention in a large fal/ acreage of different
varieties of vegetables, I really believe CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
Whitehurst made few business
a brief remarks revived, and Simpson
concerning the cases tried Because a finger on her right A few minutes before C. W. Gen- removed the crepe. they will make money" inc.

dining the present term. hand had to be amputated as the result try and Florence Cox, of Daughton, This information should be very EL PASO AVE. & SAN EONITA ST. '

This court 'appreciates the ser- of a dog's bte, thereby ruiningher N. C., were ready to start for Independence After grabbing the whole flock of valuable: to all our farmers as it I

vices given by': the people of the career as a concert pianist, Doris Va., to be wed, .a' crow prize-winning chickens from the now looks as if we will have a new CLEWISTON Ok ft FLORIDA

county in helping to improve the A. MacDonald has filed suit darted into their automobie, seized poultry house O\ned by Geo. Young territory'' and market as well as markets I
if our S/iouA _>Tv7Kte Laundry
conditions that have been existingover against the dog's owner ofr $210,000 the key and departed. The wedding 'at Auburn Heights, Mich., the thieves we have enjoyed in the past.

the entire county. These conditions damages in a Camden (N. J.) court. ceremony was delayed half a day tarried long enough to tie up

are Improving and I am of the while mechanics strove to unlock the Young's dog in the chicken coop. .

opinion that the newly appointed It is believed that crows are responsible -, car.

sheriff is doing his best to make for the spreading of hog i Capt. Harry Wooding, aged 87

this a better place in ,which you will cholera in South Dakota A workman, whose pay is $1.87 a years recently completed his 38th :

live. It Is the desire of this court to day, unearthed diamonds valued I at year: of continuous service as mayorof '. { i,> .- .

shorten the term of the circuit court The Alaska' Railroad, owned by $1,425,000; when he turned over a Danville, Va., and. he is still going -, ", .

and reduce the expenses of the countXjJThis the U. S. Government, Is operatedat stone at the State diamond minesat strong. r-=------'---'---- ,' ,

, can be done by cooperating an annual deficit of $1,000,000 to Namaqualand, South Africa, .

\vifh the, IlTefITf "auo.-\i l lng him to serve 4,000 ,..persons living along its ,William Eumstleri, of' Roslyn, MAKE

,enforce the laws of )-01.lr'-CDullty" route. ;-' ', ,rf' ''I Roseland, N. J., has no jail When Wash., recently lost his left arm YOUR SELF AT HOME .

stated Judge Whiteliurst. f Sam Marucci. wanted In Orange, N. when it was crushed under a tract .' .

These remarks might be taken Tnclean persons found on the J.,' nb a bad check charge, was arrested or. His father and grandfather also

there he could not be lockedup had lost their left arms In accidents.I r
briefly by some but to those who ere streets of Mexico City, Mex., are :arested. -
interested in the development of the, .> so the Roseland policeman gave: I A.FEW CHOICE ROOMS

county and the prosperity of it \, Marucci the warrant and. told him boy at Welliughoro, Eng., who /
should take this statement and follow Last gear, in France, djjathsjw -te-l ul? ur pVueV'hcadq! .ia-rtsrs at found i a. wallet containing $500 in ARE NOW AVAILABLE., I e J,

the Judge's advise. ceded ther number 'o( births 1 Orange and he (did so 45 minutes' cash, received J5jenjts; as his I rewaidv> \ .':
.. by I __ :;i,:. :- : "
.- .--- With this feeling of confidence 12,000. I later 1 :;/ ;: .'

--aft;t paw enforcement being pushedthe -- ., From Peking,_ China, Ray C. An- I ',r':,, ,,' .
.. : ," ;: :
The Shah drews reported that the shores of REASONABLE RATESHOMELIKE : ; ,
pe"opivj-vof' the county are taking A layerof artificial ice, 3 Inches, of Persia has decreed on
that tribesmen of ihs domain shall a dried-up inland sea, near the border I
on new life a i H'Je.e.l'-;at-the era thick, made from a secret formula,
of prosperity is just around the--cOO- 'isuseti"il1a-'l large-sltatingrinjr- wear 'Western clothes. One tribal of outer Mongolia, he unearthedthe : SURROUNDINGS

ner for those who are anxious to go Stuttgart, Germany.In leader of 30,000 told authorities that remains of 30 shovel-toothed ,

out and look for it. his men wouldvrather'' die than wear mastodons which J had six-foot Jaws.

pants. V
a beer-drinking contest at Juarez

State 4-H Broadcast Mexico, 'J. A.' Dent, of D'Lo, By placing a heavy tax on bill. TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

Miss., won. He' drank balt'a' gallonin Mrs Michael Howl!, of near Hazle- boards, which are. becoming ,a nuisance
Set For October 3rd 22 seconds. ton, Pa., gave birth to two sons 33 in France, the government of 1

-- days apart The second son was that country hopes to put them out

GAINESVILLE, Fla.-The monthly Mrs; Margaret Burns, 93 ,years old, born several days ago. of existence. A yearly rate of $24 a
bboys' and girls' 4-H club broadcast foot Is
of Pittsburg, Pa., i is cutting her square contemplated. CLEWISTON'S HOTELTHE
from WRUF, state and University of third set of teeth. When Mrs. Freida Straw applied POPULAR..

Florida radio station, will\} .be given for ri divorce at Trenton, N..L, she Some of the prisoners in the Maryland

Friday, October 3, at 6 p. .m., accord- While told the court that her husband Penitentiary receive as much I
digging for a ,water main, .
ing to n.1.. Blacklock, state boys' a part of tho water system of the daubed her entire body with stove as $140 per month for work done in I c '

club agent. '''city of Pompeii, laly, which was polish to prevent her from leavingthe the prison shops and 1,100 have bank I
A representative of the Barnett buried house. accounts. WATANABE
beneath lava from Mt. Vesuvius
Jacksonville, will speak on coopera
1,900 years ago, was uncovered
tion between the Bank and 4-H by a workman. Further Great colonies of starlings that With 319 members, the Boys' Drum,
excavations M'RS.
clubs. Fred Barber,,:, former club revealed the entire system which roost in trees alogn Main street, in and Bugle Corps, of Mt. Carmel, Pa., ,

member, who ImS'jtlst: returned froma consisted of an artesian well 110 New Britian, Conn., have become Is believed to be the largest musical : 0 J

trip to the Moses, Leadership feet deep from which pipes led In such a nuisance thatthe: trees will organization of its kind in the world.

Training School_ at Springfield, Massachusetts -1 be removed to get rid of the birds. .
i. :
will tell of his trip. Another Quaker Oats trip to the International \ Because Mrs. Albert Strohmeyer,

1 interesting speaker on the, pro Live Stock Show. Alleged to have spent $30,000,000 was, stretching her bare arm out of

gram will be the champion 4-H poul- Plenty of good music will be an I[ in his adventurous career in Europeand a curtained automobile parked on a

try club member, and winner of the I outstanding feature on the program. in North and South America, bathing beach, at Evanston, 111., she -



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,. I I Ir enough to buy fertilizer, pay fOr, I more money. We're
LOCAL PRO TELLS HOW TO PLAY both figuring on,
,--y/ I some new plow stocks, buy 'a sack: I I that now. If we think of any bright

:I == 30i? ;'J#0e&? ==' THE LOCAL GOLF COURSE IN PARNo. oT items.flour We occasionally lived largely, and off other of small what ideas, we'll tell you. ,

I po--- we raised on the farm. Now, however The French Academy of Medicine :

j Q) Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 conditions are different. When has announced that the stomach or ,
8, 360 yards, par 4. Xo. 9, 426 yards, par 4, middle tee wo went to church the other night, a pig, dried and puverized has '
On this to be the 345
paper yards par 4. if we had been
on the road In a found to be an effective treatment
-Mr. and Mrs. Barney Thomas have ley made a short, visit with Mrs. easiest hole of the course, but the There is some discussion about wagon, we would have been com- for pernicious anemia

",'" moved in the house formerly occupied I Downs' sister, Mrs. House, before location and size of the green makeIt which tee to play from. Good beinga pletely out of place, even this far

by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey.} turning. a tough par four. tournament player wants to play out in the country. When we go to '

Mrs.\ L. N. Smith and baby daughter Good drives about 225 and findsa the back tee, which requires a 190 town we can't afford to take the 666 ,1:

: Messrs. Lelaud Perkins and Louis are spending a month's visit big bunker shutting off the green yard carry to go over the cannl, but time to go in a wagon. We must

_, ', ;"" : Rivero spent Sunday in Palm Beach. with relatives in Avon Park. leaving him a shot in the dark, he he is overruled by tho rest, BO we have better clothes than formerly.We Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In

uses his mashie and lands hole high i play the middle tee. must buy more improvements for 30 minutes .
checks a Cold the first
'... Messrs. Herbert and Victor Blate Mr. E. E. Kelly returned Saturdayto --but not on. To be on in two requiressome Good knows that with a two hundred the farm and also the homo. It just day, and checks Malaria In three

.\ spent Tuesday in Palm Beach. take tip '''his work agaius with the sharpshooting as the green is yard carry he can shoot way naturally costs more to live now: days.

---->--- Clewiston Motor Co. Mrs. Kelly and so small and well protected by the up the canal and reach the fairwayand than it did formerly."
Mr. and Mrs. Hare were in Palm daughter, Evelyn, drove down with bunker on the left that one is really have a short shot left to the I can see where there's' logic In 666 ALSO IN TABLETS.KILL .

.' Beach Saturday. him and spent, the week-end here, shooting at a spot about two yards green so that is what he does. His what he said. However, the ''next I

..' returning to Daytona Monday.Mr. square. Good chips on and sinks his mashio niblic reache i the big rolling thing Is to figure out how to make I
put for a par, One consolation about THEM TODAY
,_ Mr. Storey spent the. weekend in green and he just barely escapes -
St.:, Petersburg. and :Mrs.: E. E. Kelly and Air. this hole is that when you are on the I a three putt green for his bar.
green you have a chance to sink e oO
and children Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Morgan Ninety shoots straight across .
;Mr. II. S. 'Berner and daughter, spent Sunday afternoon in Palm :your putt from any place as _youcan't the bunker and his midiron shot

Vera., of Oultman. Ga., were week Beach. be very: far away. hits the bunker on the left and

end guests (the past week of Mr. and Ninety doesn't like the Idea _of bounces into the rough this is about P p IE R f Stearns' Electric Paste

-, Mrs. Carl Beruer. Mr. Dave Alston was in Belle shooting over the bunker on his sec- the'only place on the course that Q
ond so he drives down the C IS GUARANTEED TO KILL <**
Glade Tuesday on business. left side the rough Is not bad. He chips to Iy

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and of the fairway only to find that the the green and two putts for a five. W V Cockroaches, Waterbugs, Rats,
Mice and Land Crabs. &*
children spent Sunday and Mondayin }.fl'. and Mrs. Gibson spent Mon- bunker on the left of the green Mr. Century shoots straight ''at the
Millions of people have used It during
St. Augustine on a business and day in Palm Beach. leaves him needing a shot that' will opening but tops his shot and landsin C o the past 52 years.

pleasure trip combined. drop dead and that it must drop the canal. He re-tees his ball and MPAI Sold Everywhere 'tJ

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and just short of the pin. He plays safe lets go with all he has, the ball I MONEY 2 ounces BACK S5c-15 IF ounces IT FAILS$1.25 \

'. Dr. and Mrs. Bailey spent the weekend :Miss Douche Stone were in Palm and lands in front of the green. his starts all right but just about the

at Bradeuton attending .the Beach Tuesday shopping.Mr. chip shot is dead to the pin and he time it reaches the canal it slices,

r 2fr Pres byter .. sinks for a par four. and no matter how much it slices it '

.i) W. J. Bradley returned Mr. Century slices his drive into can't get away from the- canal as I I

i Misses Evelyn Kelly and Bee Marshall [ Wednesday: from Tallahassee where the canal bank. and it rolls back in- the canal runs at an angle to the : ,

Messrs.. J. A. Plunkett, and he has, been for the past three. to the road, this leaves him with a fairway and it' Just loves sliced r 1 BAKERY I ,

Tom Shelly motored to Palm Beach I I weeks. shot that all rough to the: green, but balls. Century is plenty mad by, now

Sunday afternoon. II I that ,the green opens up favorablyfor and his next shot hooks into the

I Mrs. Keene who has had an apartment him he plays a mid iron and big bbunker just across the canal. a PatronizePALM your. home industries. '

Mr. and Mrs. J. N. White, of South I with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker slices a little, but enough to land short shot to reach the fairway, another -

Bay, were in Clewiston Sunday left Wednesday for Palm Beach him in the ditch at the, right of the to get near the green is four. J. BRANTLEY & SON

' ternoon. ar-I where she will make her home. :. green. These ditches are mean as On in five and down in seven.T .

.' ,. they are narrow and deep. He blasts plays safe and short carrying .

'. Miss Josephine Knight spent the I I Those attending the meeting of : the ball out, on in four and down in the canal on,, his second, but goes .

weekend- in Ft. Myers with relatives. the Upper Glades .Garden Club in 6. across the fairway into the rough J -
... I Belle Glade Monday were Mesdames I Mr. T gets about 150 on his tee,..jmd believe me it is some rough, e -

:'';;Mr. 'Selden Stewart, of LaBelle, Spic'er, Deckman, Geiges. Stewart shot and his brassie second almost i the only club, to use here Is dynamite CLEWISTON FOLKS

was in Clewiston Wednesday. I and Conuely Nail. I gets in the rough.: His third shot |:i but T makes the fairway.:: He '

I lands on the bunker on the left andhe tries to push the shot right on the <:" : .

Mr. Art Lawrence spent Tuesdayin I Mr.' Roy Godclard of Chicago is rolln it back down, away from the I pin and gets his hand in too fast : THE MOTEL TA-fflAM I :.. ;,>'

':Palm Beach. spending several days; in Clewiston. green, his niblic shot is short and j I i and lands hole high but to the right. "'- ,, -
\ I -- he carries the bunker, but does not |I II j He niblics to the green and. gets 7. .

.Messrs. A. W. Sias and Sam Wood- I j Mr. Allen Powell spent 'the week I reach the green, his next is strong I Scores.for the entire round, Good :/' YOU <: :

(: ham, spent the 'week-end in Orlando. end In Ft, Myers with his family. 'I and he goes over. On in five and 36,. Ninety 45, Century 57, T 65, .... "

]own in seven for T. j Ii I Pick "
I the score you want to "
"The Most Ventilated Hotel In the South.
; Miss Louise Waldron from Arcadia -I.'Mr.. and :Mrs. Neil Stewart were I i Score, Good and Ninety 4, Century ( play and look up the back issues, Perfectly

was a weekend guest of Miss in Palm Beach, Sunday. 6, T7. I II and there you are. '
Jewel Lowe. Storage Space Across Street European Plan

I FARMERS' RECEIVE I CATTLE THIEVES ; ion Hazelwood ,was dangerous and j -
ARE SENTENCED ----- ----- ---- --------------------J
l Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn and $9250.00 FROM LOANS : j 'that 'if he should be found insane ..

small son and Mrs. W. P, .Vaughn I after serving part of.his sentence '---

Sr.: returned Saturday, f'ioni''a= two I' (Continued from Pane 1) .1 (.Continued from Page 1)) the officials' at Raiford. -could..sendhire -

months' visit with relatives in New to the asylum.

Orleans.t I 11I. Bronyon $250,. J. W. Hardin $500, statement to make ,and was go'ng t6.'r I I
j tell the truth if he was killed. I
Marvin"! N. Taylor $150, Emory '! I \
t Tayj j
Judge and I
j.f Mr. Dick Miller of Palm Beach. j ]lor $'300 A. G. Carr $200_ T. J. Geiger -, jury, said the negro gentlemen, I is going of the toI Plant Lilies Now : DURING THE SUMMER I MONTHS ,

; spent Monday and Tuesday: in 'Clew- $300, D. F. Page $100, J. N. Hall j I
: iston on business. $150, Linsey Stallings $150, J: T. I tell you gentlemen 'the truth about For Easter Bloom I : ;
this cow we skinned. We did not kill FOR HEALTH
j I Warnock $100, J. L. Thierpen $100'1 I I
Mr. and :Mrs.: R. A. Stevenson W. R. the cow but we did skin it. "Mr. I
were I Brown $100, ;J. M. Hardin, Tom GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Easter lily I
Bethea killed that cow" and
week-end guests of friends in Palm I $150 F. B., Potts $300, S. M. Grain- hired us' to skin it for ,him. We just i buibs, planted in late September : DRINK A QUART OF MILK DAY

Beach. ger $250, M. H. :Perry $150, Emil should be in bloom for the Easter ,
worked for him and he made us do
Roscoe $150, D. J. Grainger $600, season according to, Harold
it or said that he would ,kill Mowry,
Mr. Prewitt i us unless
spent the week-end in J.T. Smith $1000. associate
we skinned it, for him. This ain't horticulturist with the -
,, MeadeHe was accompaniedback I Florida. Experiment Station CLEWISTON DAIRYCOMPANY
by Miss Elta Watley, who is I I CELOTEX SUIT IS the first one we have skinned for Thedo .
him during the ; best on a sandy loam
now staying at the Watanabe Hotel. AIMED AT DAHLBERG past year.
soil and should be planted 3 to 4 Sugarland Highway Phone 333
Miss Watley will take up tier workin The jury did not take any stockin i inches
deep. He recommended two
the school here next week. (Continued from page their evidence and after being out
applications of a general bulb ferti-
1)I in the jury room about thirty min .. ..
I !I lizer; possibly a 55.5 or a 5-7-5 anal-
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Buck, of Belle in developing the West ,.coast Com utes returned a verdict of "Guilty." ysis. tJi -:- ::- :- :- -:-
Glade were: business visitor to Clew pany, a subsidiary, which was later 'Judge Whitehurst then sentenced the
Protection from cold may be nec- -
iston Monday.Mr. abandoned at the great loss, the bill two negroes to Raiford for a periodof ,
essary in the northern part of the ....-..-- .
charges and another subsidiary, the three to five years.CONTRACTOR .
; state he said. A frame covered .
and Mrs. Jessie Allhands left I South Coast Company, is in a re-
with canvas will usually suffice, but ii. .
the past Friday for Peoria, 111., ceivership. -JIll' IS FAR in Holiday forTfreBuyeesr :
severe colds some source of heat.
where they were called on account I McFeitridgo declares the elotex AHEAD OF SCHEDULE under the -- .-
canvas may be necessary. -- -
of the death of Mrs. Allhands' moth Company is hopelessly insolvent and
I Goodyear
i t a of highest
er. unable
to meet obligations.
(Continued from 1))
I The charges were promptly .denied By Spuds Johnson quality in rubberhistory
,, Mr. and Mrs. .R. H. Hall and son: i'by Mr. Dahlberg, who declared there the scheduled tim ',.- -,

.Jimmy and Miss Ula Jacobson at- I was no basis for the charges and We expect to continue our workon : TO BE, ABLE TO SPEND at the Icwesl ,

tended the show in Palm Beach Sun- that the company was "very much this rr il until it has been completed MORE\ FARMER, MUST .. I prices ever known'! ..'

day. solvent." I all the way to the Lee county MAKE MORE MONEY >

Mr. Dahlberg termed! the suit a" I'ne A ret; grade has been thrownup

CD Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen' and children "absurd" and stated he did not know between LaBelle_ and Clewiston ..My boy who's been going to college !//#'/ j Enormous gains in Goodyear
spent Sunday with relatives In fa. sales--a production MILLIONS
.1 Arcadia.. "what Mr. McFeitridge expects to and as soon as the department was home the other day-to

gain by it or what he wants us to thinks that, this .grade has settled spend a, short while before he went $v of tires greater thrn

I ,do." enough they will continue with the back .
another college session. lIe ., any other company -enable
Mr. and Mrs.. B. F. Fears, were .In work.
is studying agriculture, and naturally .a low costs that give Use
: : Pahokee .YOU
;; Sunday.
1--- j J
' 'i" '" FARMERS. PLANTING. Oil will be placed on the road from had a lot of suggestions, which 1/'fr'l 4 y' ii greatest values in history.

I-. : "" '" TOO MANY\ BEANS Clewiston to the Palm Bea.cn county he thought were good, to give me -- I j
; ; Mr. Glen Heard I .
:: is at home after ;.
line within a few weeks and as soon concerning the operation of the' old I
spendnig six weeks in the north: r : [You don't need to ride en ,
as this has had time to work Into farm. Now I know that, in his enthusiasm "
(Continued from page 1)) I. cheap rubber this Sumrnrr.r :.
the rock the finishing touches will : ., some of he suggestions ho I
Mr. and Mrs J. K. Baker II
were I few cents difference bij oa
be put on the road. I made were not so good, but I am .The ;
business visitors to Palm Dale'and '" I
Venus Saturday. thH, year than ever before: With} With fair weather during the past broad enough to realize, at the same i'4 i A' i! lifetime guaranteed Gutx-:

this condition existing the outlook week Mr. Shaw has made good time time, that some of his suggestionsdid II! year. It's a holiday for tileif -

for good prices is very discouragingat and the rock has been placed as far have sense in them. if
Mrs. F. M. Wright and children b c Howl
'. tills time. as the turn off road to Moore Haven And one of the things that Impressed l J
J returned home Sunday after 1 i'
spend- If the local farmers will plaitmore which Is approximately two me was this: Whenever I
fug the summer with relatives in
Urbana Ill. I varieties and cut their acreage 'miles from the city limits. would start talking about cutting expenses ; :
, down a better price can be expected. perhaps getting rid of the -liv All

Conditions in the West are not improving HAZELWOOD GETS car, and things liko that, he would
Miss Frances Monroe spent the "ail t: .
but California and Colorado TWENTY YEARS say, "Dad, what you need to do Is ,-.
week-end In Sanford as guest of
friends. are supplying this section "with to make more money from your It's a 6-Ply HEAVY BUtTf ,
vegetables at this time. (Continued from Page 1))) framing it's all right to cut expenses -

Mr. W. C. Hooker, one of the largest In cultivation, planting, and other @ @ 1t
and Mrs. C. E Robbins and
planters in this section, has just out before the judge Hazelwood farm operations. This will tend to '

tP\ children, of Palm Beach, were weekend about completed his planting of called at the boarding house of Dude give '-- i
'i"'. you a bigger profit on your ------ :\
Beardsley.Mr.guests. of Mr. and Mrs. Jim beans and stated that he had cut his Williams and called him out in the work But when it come to cutting )pct, l W i

crop about fifty percent after find- street engaging him in a conversa out expenses for good reading matter )'

'ing that so many farmers were going tion. Twe eye witlnesses to the kill- the car, household appliances, :'Ifi..
Puryear left Monday for into the bean growing business. ing stated that Hazelwood shot Williams and things like that, It Just won't do. I
Sarasota. He was accompanied there With this condition ,
existing conditions without warning and fled from "As 'young as I am, I can remem- .

do not look very. encouraging the scene after the murder. ber when we didn't need such a CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY
ta Watley...,Mr. Downs and :Miss Wat> stated the ".
i-" .;:;2.: grower..,.' .;', : The court stated that in its opin- great amount; of cash in a year -,::- :. .

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or can use per. ,
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owners. For. nowadays they: live_ in I '
or change open porches into sun And inside walls and ceilings I>
}houses insulated} ;with a otex-houses on you
that are cool and pleasant even parlors. By these simple methods you can secure finer, smoother,. lasting

when its 90 degrees: outside._ can make your: present home more en- plastered surfaces with Celotex Lath,
joyable all year 'round. ; which is especially designed to elimi-

Celotex shuts_ out scorching* sun's, When built into your house as nate lath-marks and to reinforce

rays during summer months. Through sheathing Celotex adds structural against plaster cracks.
other seasons it protects you from
chill, dampness and cold-keeps your Ask your contractor, builder or architect -

home at an even, moderate, healthful for: further information on
temperature.You CELuTEXINSULATING Celotex. Call up your dealer today

and get a copy of the interesting illus-
can use Celotex to make extra CANE BOAR trated story about'this.. marvelous cane t'
living quarters out of waste space in" fibre insulation. .' '

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