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: October 3, 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' The Clewl.ston N'ews 'The Center of Americas 'j

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Agriculture Meet. New Sugar Bowl. '


- j -. Government Starts Lake. workOMMITTEE


THE WEATHER LAKE LEVEL $25,000 Is Alloted For

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

APPEAR BEFORE Sept. 18 ........90 70 1.21 CHARGES MADE BY EBERHARDT Sept. 25 .................. 18.6 18.6 War Dept. ;

Sept. 23 ',....... 90 73 Sept. 2C ............,..... 18.6 18.5. .

DEPT. Sept. 24 ...;.... ,89 78 .05 AFTER REMAINING SILENT Sept. 27 ...........?..... 18.4 18.4 Engineers from .the War Depart- ..

STATE ROAD Sept. 25 .......90 76 Sept. 23 .....,.....:.,..? 18.5 18.5 Dent office are making plans to be-

Sept. 26 ........ 90 69 Sept. 29 .................. 18.5 18.5 gin a survey on Lake Okeechobee

Sept. 27 ........ 88 69 .37: He Sept. 30 .................. 18.6 ;18.9 waters. From all indications War
Stewart And MorganTo Several weeks ago the Clewiston has the record of making the the
Sept. 28 ........ 90' 69TOr'AL .
News reprinted a few paragraphs of first .and only corrupt proposals Department intends to expedite the

Represent Hendry :: .. ................................... 1.63:: the attack as appeared in the South made to me. He began In, Tampa.by. I work and,.this is a forerunner ot actual -

Co. Before Board. Jacksonville Journal against Governor saying he had a "merchantable prop DR. BOURNE JOINS work that will begin within a

v Carlton with the heading above osition" and then proposed to trade few months.

Fifteen representatives from" ALSTON COMPANY I I the story "Can It Be True?" We his political support in the general STATE EXPERIMENT Twentyflve thousand dollars was

, Glades and Hendry county met at have just received a reply from Gov- election, for the privilege of namingthe alloted by the War Department for

the office of The ClewIston News OPENS NEW DRUG ernor Carlton in this matter and are majority of the members of the STATIONMCULTY survey and preliminary plans on the

Tuesday. This meeting was the ad pleased to publish it for our readers.As road department including the chair- dike that will be constructed from

'_\ journed meeting of a similar kind' STORE PAHOKEE Chief' Executive of the State of man. He wanted aid in passing a Canal Point to Moore Haven. Cong

held In Moore Haven two weeks ago ATJ Florida, I have heretofore consistently race track bill suggesting other illicit Will Have Charge OfExperimental ress authorized the expenditure of

to discuss 'the possibility of requesting Ignored Mr. Fred O. Eberhardt profits from such a program. 1 $7.OOO,OOO for this :work which will

the State Road Department toy McArthur refusing to answer any statement or refused to consult him in naming the Work be supplemented by $2,000,000 from
H. G. Is Made
e. take over and rebuild the road from even read his paper. I knew he was members of the road department and At Belle Glade.Dr. the State of Florida.

Mains corner In Glades county to Manager Of Fifth ambitious for a controversy for publicity declared in my first message to the Governor Doyle E. Carlton has just

'I the Lee county line in West Hendry Store In Chain. purposes, the joining in which Legislature against a racing ,law. B. A. Bourne has Joined the returned from New York and Washington .

county.at would be out of keeping with the Later he wanted a contract for where he had a conference
staff of the Everglades Experiment
After several hours of discussionIt dignity of the Governor's Office. I maintaining the highways of the with government officials on this
Station according to information received -
Dave Alston, President of
was decided to send a. delegation have regularly gone about my dutiesas State, saying he could make $?OOOOOa work. The announcement that the
here Monday. Dr. Bourne is
ston Drug Company pf this, city, has
representing Glades and Hendry Governor as If Mr. Eberhardt did year, a proposal which I, of course 25000.000 appropriation had been
connected with The Southern Sugar
opened the Pahokee Pharmacy, at
county to Tallahassee to appear before and improper granted by the Department came
not exist, refusing: to waste on him recognized as unsound all the
Pahokee, Florida. This is the fifth I Company and has charge of
the State Road Department.A the energies I had dedicated'to the and treated it accordingly.Mr. here Wednesday.In .
section. The fol-
drug store to be opened by the Al- I cane 'fIelds in this
committee was named to appear State. Eberhardt also wanted to speaking of the project last
ston Chain of Drug Stores. Dave Al- lowing notice :was received from
before the State Road Departmentat Mr: Eberhardt has taken 'advantage name the chief engineer of the road night to friends, Senator Duncan U.
Gainesville this week
October ston and K. C. Alston, manager of : Fletcher said 'This project is goingto {
its' regular meeting on of my position as Governor and department, suggesting a man froma
the Belle Glade, store, are the owners A physiologist of 'wide experience
the be finished the Governmentand
8th at Tallahassee to request my long silence has madehim bold, distant. state whom I have never by
and operators of the Alston chainof joined the Everglades 'Experiment will be done within two
to improvethe
State Road Department even to the extent of charging brlb- known. years.
road from Mains Corner to the Stores. Cry which he will have an opportunity Having thus far failed in his pro Station when B. A. Bourne began The money will be appropriated in

Lee county line. This request is being Dave Alston came to Clewiston I to prove in the courts, charges totally gram he tried during the Legisla- work as associate physiologist in the December session and actual

made due to the fact that the about four years ago and worked for I false and without a suggestion tive session to agitate impeachment sugarcane Investigations September work will be started as soon as the

greatest part of this road lies in' the Clewiston Company, realizing the of truth. 'He is clever as. well aa au-' proceedings in his first vain effort to 1 15th.Mr. surveys are made by the goverrp
is in need for store in Clewiston Bourne received an M.S. degree ment." Senator Fletcher has worked
Glades county and the county a drug dacious in the Invention of details get me out of the, way.
financial conditionthat he purchased a small stock and from Syracuse University, and hard on getting the Government to
f. such a deplorable that his story may have the appear- Since that time he has continuedhis
it cannot repair the road. This opened the first, of which was later ance of truth. newspaper attacks interspersedwith has completed residence credits fora take over this project and is more

detour 'to become 'a chain of stores, in Ph.D. degree at Cornell. For three than interested In this section of
: road is also being used as a the The only instances' of proposed efforts to make friendly con-
I while the cross state road, known as old Celotex block facing the Industrial years he was with the U. S. Depart Florida.
brIbery or graft of which I have tacts profitable! to him. Less than
state road twenty-five, is being built. Canal. Dave has grown with'\knowledge are the ones in which he' thirty days before the conspiracy ment of Agriculture doing sugarcane The entire Everglades section isnow ,

1 J. H. Peeples, Representative from the community and has branchedout was Involved. The testimony in the exposure he sent word that it would i breeding work at Canal Point, Flor- _confident that actual work will

l' Glades county, will head the dele in ,such a manner that he now Jacksonville hearing remains undis- be .a "smart. thing" for me to remove ida. He has worked one year on sug be star'ted'on this project withina

1 gation while Elbert Stewart, Representative operates five drug stores Alston No. puted, showing that he proposed to Bentley and make him (Eberhardt) arcane disease research with the I few weeks and a feeling of confidence

; .''''-\:' ,:, elect from Hendry county, One in Clewiston, The Oasis Soda use AI Capone's money to hire other 3cat.man!! the .road department Southern Sugar Company, Clewiston, I and safety Is sweeping_ this
Parlor .... >' and ,hastaughtfon:several years.;at.. "' ; : ,"'rlchS** **"'c:.." "'r'
,vill heads.the..Hendry, ...s oyntjr delej.gallon. ; ,> Clewiston, ;+ >Alston'-- Number people to Influence me remove the 'r ,S. to Ihe conspiracy::; about ,which: section. Hundreds 'of acres"' of *

% L. A.: Morgan: Jr., was appointed Two, Belle Glade; Brown Farms, Pa- sheriff of Dade county and deliver I have heretofore remained silent, the University of Porto Rico. muck land will 'be opened to farming

.j! as a member of the Hendry hokee and he Is expected: to open its government to the underworld. this came as a final act of disappointment The Department of Agriculture as soon "as the government completes -

; county delegation. another store in Palm Beach. Furthermore, he proposed to operatea and desperation. I confess the Southern Sugar .Company, anti the dikes' and i : can assure local

W. C. Hooker, county commission Dr. H. G. McArthur is manager of series of racketeering newspapersto that I did not treat it seriously the Experiment Station are cooperating residents that they will be saffe.from

_ er from Clewiston. has requested, the new store at Pahokee and was aid in the accomplishment of his when It was first brought to my at- in extensive sugarcane experi- any disaster that might occur on the,

that the chairman of the Board ot connected with the local store before corrupt scheme.I tention. Subsequent developments, ments. lake.

"t County Commissioners call a meet- going to Pahokee.EIGHTYFIVE. have no fear of his proposed dis however, with many facts and circumstances -

, ,"ng at once to decide just what road closures. If he has any evidence beyond not admissable as testl- ALSTON TO CLOSE TEACHERS RECEPTIONMrs.
: 'equipment can be offered the stateto '
his own fabrication, he should moyy but most convincing neverthe-

repair the Hendry county stretchof PUPILS carry it to the courts.It less, satisfies me beyond any question 'OASIS 'SODA PARLORON R. Y.. Patterson announcedthat
Teachers Reception would
the road.Division the
is time for the people to in- of the reality of the plot. ,
Engineer Bow stated mat quIre-who is Mr. Eberhardt A I be held this afternoon from five until
ARE REGISTERED IN ? Where person of this type is a menace
i the road under I OCTOBER 15 nine at the home of Mrs. Cleo
question was beyond does he come from? What has been to society. In his hands the reputa-
j repair and that he would make a Houze. All patrons and friends of
his business? What are his motives- tion of neither man nor woman is
recommendation to the road depart- GRAMMAR SCHOOL good or bad? Just what does he safe. He began when I came to Tallahassee the school are especially Invited 'to

'_ I I! (Please turn to page 3) want? with an unwarranted and an Will i Open New Store In attend.

My first meeting with Mr. Eber Insinuating attack against the social Fashionable Section

COUNTY TO RUN Full Nine Months Terms hardt was in Tampa Immediatelyafter standing of my wife.
: Of Palm Beach.Dave CANE HARVESTER
i I Assured By Local my nomination as Governor. (Please turn to page 3) .

:, :j : SCHOOL BUS FROM Member_ Of Board.The STAFFORD CALDWELLTO DUNCAN U. FLETCHER he" would Alston close has the announced Oasis Soda Par-that BE PUT TO 48 HOURTEST

.\ P. B. COUNTY LINE lor on October 15th. Mr. Alston has
Clewiston Grammar school I MAKE RACE SPENDS THURSDAY been operating the Oasis Soda Par- THIS %WEEKHas
I opened Monday with eighty-five Pupas
lor for the past year. It is a ,branchof
E registering in grades from the .
Children FORGOVERNOR r NIGHT INfflEWISTON: the Alston Chain of Drug Stores Been Declared ToBe
.1 Twenty-Nine
first through the sixth. Mrs. J. E.
and to meet the demandin
was opened Successful All
i i Will Receive Benefit Beardsley announced that all teachers I ,. By
the business section of Civic Cen
were on hand and ready for the Is I
.Thoroughly ,Familiar Engineers.The
j Of Bus Service. opening: Monday. _, :Says Cane Fields Are ter. The Oasis is located in the : .

1 -- With Everglades And Hopkins block across from the Post Falkiner Cane Harvester was .
With the opening of the grammar Finest He Has Ever
The Hendry county school board Its Prbbl Office: put to test early this week when the .
grades the entire school system of ms. .
j approved petition asking for bus Inspected.Duncan Mr. Alston plans to move, the en- machine started out to cut cane for
1 Clewiston is now under way. Thereare
service for children attending the Stafford Caldwell, a Floridian by tire equipment to Palm Beach and forty-eight hours without stopping.
four teachers in the lower grades
.: l Clewiston schools living at Hookers birth and well known all over the U. Fletcher Senior Senator stated that he would open a new This work is being done under the
while the Junior high has the same
'iII i., Point and near the Palm Beach state has announced his candidacyfor from Florida in the United States drug store near the City Hall in the direction of Mr. Charlie who is the '
: amount. ,
; "counh" line. This service will be a governor, subject to the 1932 pn- Senate, sr>.pnt Thuv dav iiisHt In fashionable section,. of that popular engineer i in charge of the harvesterfor

.- great: benefit to those living in this Efforts will be made to completea mary.,Mr. Caldwell is a well known Clewl ton. Senator: Fletcher is mak- winter resort. Mr. Falkiner.
full nine mouths term this in
'- i! section as it is approximately three year attorney ,in Jacksonville, Florida. He ing a tour of the state, not in inter- Dave and K. C. Alston are now The harvester has developed con-

miles from the school to the county both the JunlorHigh and the Grammar is a representative of the Florida est of his candidacy, but to set: firsthand operating five drug 'stores in Hen- siderable trouble In the arms that

i.j line. The bus will leave Clewiston school. J. E. Beardsley, local East Coast Railway and has been Information on the needs and dry and Palm Beach county. We are reach out and bring the cane into

j' every morning going- by Hookers member of the school board an- connected with big business in the desires of his people. looking over several other prospec- the machine. These arms are finger

,I Point [and returning over the Sugar- nounced that the hoard had suffi state for the past ten years Senator Fletcher has been in the tive cities and may open several like pieces of metal that work on an -'---

1.1 land highway. It will also be used cient money on hand to complete a Mr. Caldwell is well known in this Senate thirty-one years. He is the other stores in the near future stat- endless chain and are used to pull
," i to carry the children home after full nine month term. section where he has taken a very olders democrat in line of service In ed the local member of the firm. the cane Into the mouth of the harm

,::1 school. According to J. E. Beardsleylocal The Parent-Teachers Association active interest In Everglades affairs the Senate. Only two Senators have We expect to, continue to operatethe vester just as it Is being cut by the

: I member of the board, $600.00 announced last week that they had representing one of the largest bond longer service and both of these are Alston Drug Company In Clew- circular knives.

;',j was allowed to operate the bus this made arrangements with the Clewis holders in the Everglades.He Republicans.: When asked what he Iston. This was our first store and Every effort is being made to improve -

;' .}rear: It will be operated from month ton Dairy to deliver fresh milk to was connected with the law thought of the chances for the Demo we are striving to give the people and increase the size of these

o '1- to month and will not necessitate ad- the school each day. Lunches will firm of Doggett, Caldwell and Dog- crats to elect a President two years of Clewiston a high class drug store fingers and strengthen the chain on

vertising for }bids. be served:! and the physical conditions gett for a number of years but last from now, he stated, in his opinionthe at all times. If business conditions which they operate. The machine

1 I Other routine business was attended of the school children will be year entered the law business under next President of the United Improve and business returns to its has proven to be successful as far as

t to by the board members. A Time watched by the association. Every his own name. Mr. Caldwell was a States would be a Democrat and that normal stage we may open another cutting the cane is concerned. DurIng -

I Warrant was paid amounting to effort Is being made to provide suf- strong supporter of the present state Franklin D. Roosevelt, now Governorof store, here next year. We are now a running test the machine has ......

: $1400.00 and Interest. This was one ficient plaground equipment for the administration and was a big factorin :New York had a chance. disappointed in Clewlstou but are harvested eight tons of cane in thir-

: of the Lee county Time Warrants entire school. This work Is being electing Doyle E. Sarlton governorof trying to meet conditions as they : ty minutes.
Senator Fletcher was much
\ which was assumed by the board done under the direction of Mrs. Patterson Florida. He Is better known along appear. We expect to continue to These breaks are only minor troubles .
enthused over the prospects aroundthe ---
: \ when the county was created. who Is President of the as- the East coast of Florida than he is serve the public as in the past. and can be eliminated very
lake. He spent considerable time
i Among those appearing before the sociation.A on the West. easily. Mr. Charlie is working on the
in the cane fields and going over
Diesdames member 'of the Junior High Mr. Caldwell has chosen all the CAN OPENER DEADLY WEAPONFor machine and Is expected to over-
the sugar mill. "I never dreamed
/. R. Y. Patterson, Bestor, Me- School has been asked to report the dally papers in the state to make his come these small difficulties withina
that Florida could produce such won-
/ Ghee, Knoll, L. L. Lowe, Stone and activities of the school for the Clew- announcement and in all probability hitting Al. Collet on the head few days. Every engineer who Is '
the vet-
derful sugar cane, stated
Geiger. Marvin Taylor, Mrs. Hurd L. iston News and news items from the is expecting the larger cities to sup- with a can-opener at Roseville, Cal, authority on cane harvesters has
eran Senator.
'i :' Reeves and Mrs. KJcklighter, from school will appear in this paper port him in his race two years or In Al Keegan was arrested on a chargeof claimed that the Falkiner machine is'
.1.1S #, JFelda appeared. before the board each week. the 1932 primaries. (Please ,turn to page 2)) assault with a deadly weapon the best on the market.

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And so Gus and I decided we would
Many Losses Of 1-
at -- get busy on our fall crops and helpto ---
every Friday I II : .
Clowiston, Florida. I Chicken; thieves at; London, 0':I died recently. Her self-imposed task Truck In Trans'itI supply the demand for food and To the' Sheriff Hendry County

feed crops, and incidentally, help to 01 the State of Florida: '
LOUIS A. MORGAN ... Publisher Canada etherize' the fowls before I was the .peeling of 1 1-2 bushels of GAINESVILLE. Fla.-Most of the. make a little more profits from our Be it Known, That I, R. A. Gray. 'D)
pulling them from their roosts.: potatoes daily-about 32. carloads Secretary of State of the State ot
I losses of Florida vegetables in transit farms. We went over and talked
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- luring the 35 ,years she ,was a rcsi- Florida, do hereby given notice that
are caused_ by slimy and watery with our county agent as to the
General Election will be held in
Iston Florida as second class matter. A cresceut-shaped mound; 550 feet lent at the institution. a
eoft rots and cart be prevented. by : crops he believed most 'desirable for Hciidry County, State of_Florida, on

SUBSCRIPTION RATES long and 150' feet wide at the center I careful handling' and grading, ':nci i i planting this fall. We have gotten Tuesday net: succeeding the first
At Saskatoon Saslc.. Can. DimitroGiily
One Year .............1.......................... $2.50 believed to ,be an Indian cemeterycontaining ,' cording to Dr. G. F. Wol>er. n.sso"into :: I all -of the available Information on ondny! : in November; A. D. 3S30, tho
than '5,000 skeletonswas a 6-foot ditch digger, recentlyat nid Tuesday: being the Fourth J)?y
.Six Months .................................... 1.50 plant pathologist at the Florida storage supplies of certain crops, together of November.For .
discovered= near Lewiston. Ill. SI large apples, one after the
'Three Months ...........................;..... .75, other Just to convince his friendshe j j Experiment Station. I with the reduction in yields Representative of the :First
I Slimy soft rot Is caused bacte- caused by the drouth. '
could do it.11r's. by Congressional: District of the State
ADVERTISING RATES released from a locomotive '
Steam !''" which attack hampers of beans, For instance. we have learned of Florida in the Seventy-second

Forty-five cents per inch. No discount when the engineer: pulled the whistle / cabbage,:; lettuce celery, peppers, etc that storage stocks of cabbage are I I Congress of the United States.

for plates. No special position while passing under a viaduct at St. ,: ] :Margaret Peacock, 64 years For Secretary of State of the State
most of whit are not prc-cooled and getting and that the 'Ieldwase' .
advertising copy off the old. of Wolverhampton Eng., died a' of Florida.
guaranteed. All .Paul, .Minn., blew 3 boards
in transit for several days withoutice. reduced. This Inllcatcd to us
few minutes after she For Two Justices: or the Supremo
this office Wednesday was stung bya
must be in on sidewalk above. ,
The rot usually begins where cabbage planted this fall should
wasp. Court of the State of Florida.
before issue of paper.HARVESTING tissues are broken 'In harvesting and bring a good price when they are For Two Railroad Commissioner
.. Henry Bassinger, 100 years old! of packing; or at lesions caused by pa- ready for market, and so we are of the State of Florida.

SEASON (1Vatem tonvn. Wis., has not- taken a The Friendship Fire Co., of Alexandria :- rasitic fungi. planting some cabbage. But we are For State Senator for 24th Senatorial -

drink of water during the past 67 Va., which took part in the I District of the State of Flor
not going too
Watery rot is caused by a fungus heavy on any one crop
\ .' The harvesting season of beans years because of a vow he made recent firemen's parade at Washington -we are diversifying
known to growers as the cause of so that If our ida.For
D. C. traces its ona Member of the House of
in history back to
so when
fast not to do 1 as a
8 and winter vegetables avoS calculations bad
lettuce drop, celery pink rot, nestingof go on one crop, we Representatives
177-1 when of the State of 'FloeIda.
George Washington
proaching. Within two weeks hundred I the Civil War he found a stream first will have the others to '
beans, and :watery rot of cabbage.It make up the .
President of the United
of hampers of beans will have been polluted b)y the bodies of decaying. States, was is a commo nfield disease, and un-I difference. For hive. County CommIssioners.
included In Its membership
shipped from the Everglades. Farm mules. less care is exercised it is easily In- For Three Members of the County

ers in this section will begin to real cluded in the pack. September ClearanceAt Board of Public Instruction.For .
Indians (Pa.) police are looking Constable in and fox the following
ize quick: money from seeds planted A tribe of yellow were recently Pittsburg Washing vegetables i Is usually -

approximately forty-five clays ago. } ] discovered! living along the for the auto driver who was clever, practiced and adding a little disin- ,Bank $191,013.84 No. 1.Justice Districts viz:

With money flowing into this sec Orinoco River in South America, by enough to escape In his car after, fection to the water\' will give best No.2.

tion from this source, business con Dr. H. S. Dickey, _explorer, of New losing one' wheel. of his machine 111'' ,results. Handle the products carefully Bank clearance at the First Bank In Testimony Whereof 'I )Jiav?

ditions are bound to improve. Thisis York, N. Y. a collision.! : to prevent bruises, use clean of Clewis ton for the month of Sep- hereunto set my hand and affixed

the first sign of the season In smooth containers, and pre-cool and tember was 19103186.. This is a the Great Seal of the State of Flor-

Vest Palm Beacji' and other East Miss Marada F. Adams has began When Watson I Ned, an Indian serving refrigerate all shipments that10 good indication of local business con ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this
1 111 twenty-third day of August, A.. D..
6Sth ft. 4-year sei1te'nce in the Oklahoma ditions and shows that'. business is
coast cities. I l her .year of continuous teaching / I be in transit over a day or two, was 19CO.!) &

The Everglades of Florida can supply in the schools of Portland, Maine Penitentiary for manslaughter, I his advice. not at a standstill. (Seal) R. A. GRAY

the entire northern market with Miss Adams is believed to be the was offered a parole he promptly refused -I According to information received Secretary of State,

fresh vegetables when that section_ Is oldest school teacher in the United it. from several, merchants In Clewis- 9t thru Oct.Relieves .
covered with snow and frost. In the States. Agricultural ton business is improving slowly and

past the farmers who have grown A Frenchman traveling in an automobile College Has Record with the bean crop about ,ready to :': '.

winter vegetables have been forced Hugh M. Johnson, 62- year-old Chi- on a road .in Algiers, 'North Number Of Students begin harvesting a brighter outlookis I 666 6 6 6

1_ to lose a great deal of their profit cago (Ill.) broker, committed suicideby Africa was killed when hit by a expected. r

due to the fact that foreign coun- hurling himself from the 11th stone hurled by a monkey from the --: I a Headache or Neuralgia in
GAINESVILLE, Fla. More students 30 minutes checks
tries have been flooding the market floor of a hotel in Philadelphia. Pa. roadside.:. Business Improving a the first
are attending the College of day, and checks Malaria in three
cheaper vegetables.
grown Agriculture 'at the University of Flor Says Auto DealerA days.
'Through the influence of ,our Sen- In an effort' to increase patronage Norman J. Terry, .a 25-year-old
idathis year than ever before, ac-
ators and Representatives a tariff officials of the Baltimore (Md.) professional daredevil, was killed,)ln 666 ,ALSO IN TABLETS.
cordlsc: to .Major W. L. Floyd, vice- carload of Caterpillar tractorswas
bill was passed during the, past session street railway system have placed in a .213 foot leap from the Fort Leo
dean. They are already well organ received by the Clewiston Motor
:' of Congress which will assure service new type of trolley car, suspension bridge (highest in the
ized and meeting'Tegular' class and Company this week. E. E. Kelley local
those who are able to harvest their the rear part of which affords passengers world) over the Hudson River, between -

crops at least a good return on their 'male and female, a placeto New York, N. Y., and Fort laboratory schedules. manager announced that his firm
I At the close of
registration this hns received twenty-two tractors this
money. smoke. N. J back hit the water
Leer Terry's
:rear.201 students had signed for the mouth and had .sold ten. The Clewis-
The greatest need of the
with such force that his spine wasbroken. '
I agricultural course ,as aginst 163 ton Motor
Company is also
the Everglades is for a cooperative After an Englishman built a log .
last year and 135 in 1923. Of the the Chevrolet ;Motor
market which will bring buyers cabin for his family in' the mountains II
number 85 were freshmen, against announced that
they ,had sold
direct to their doors and therebysave f near Richmond, Va., 150 years The, ,oldest bridge in France, built 59 aGhe
last :year. two' this
cars week. Art' Lawrence
the freight charges that many ago, he started a fire on the hearth across the Tarn River, In 1035,. is, to. ,
Agricultural! College has madea Postmaster, purchased a coupe, while
farmers are paying on vege'tables' stone that never ,has gone out. Wm. be razed.
steady and rapid growth since it J L. Brantley paid cash for a coach. wduSEWO
shipped to markets that are already Morris, who lives alone in the 'ca'bIll'now right
was made a separate college in 1910. Business shows
some relief and we
flooded. The greatest move made by tends the fire his. grandfather James Cramer V&UR. '
,McKelvey and Ralph WASH I
faculty this year includes 20 expect a good season this year stat-
the citrus growers of Florida was the started.
who earning their .
are way regular teachers, 7 graduate assist edIr.. Kelley.DUNCAN .
co-operative market. California farm- I THE CLEWISTON.LAUNDRY
through college, cut expenses bl', '
ants, and 14 student assistants.. The
;:,. .,ers are getting rich through this Aslight earthquake caused a' large
building their domicile ..
own ((61 College'lias* a CO.
sent out 250 graduates, U. FLETCHER -, ,"' s4r .
method while we in the Evergladesare natural spring of water near St. Veit 12
by feet, on an old auto chassis.
most of whom
are now making a success VISITS CLEWISTON
losing money each year. Call- Austria, to disappear., After driving their "auto-home" 156
fornians in the various fields of agricul- "How to wash clothes right-the
e ,ship their vegetables ap-
miles to the Pensylvania State Col-
proximately twice as far as we, do Herman and Albert Jackson twinsof (Continued from Page 1)) ,,4
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lege the boys parked: it on 'the cam- Senator right way"-is a laundry we long
yet they get a larger return, due to Chicago, 111.! arrived in this world pus for the fall. term. Fletcher stated that he j I tJ:
; ; RURAL .
COMMON SENSE would be a candidate for re-election {
learned. Call 336 and you'll find
a co-operative marketing system. at tho same time; were, married at I ago
t i Farmers in this section the By Spuds Johnson when his present term expired. His
: where same time, but neglected to set
So that his guests may each have health he stated. is fine and from I us ready to launder your clothes ala'oul.Snow -
e: vegetables can be produced cheaper divorces at the same time before I I
a for their
I car ,own exclusive use,
appearance' is
than any other section of the world, each took a second wife at the same "Jock" Whitney has 12 automobileson more vigorous I white-plan. ?
GOOD PROGRAMOF than ever.Iie has been
should get together and this effort time The one of Flor
by twins' were arrested at iris
estate In
,. Viirginia. FALL FOOD ida's greatest in
CRQPS men the Senate and
unite in a manner that will I the same time, placed in jail at the CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
should be elected without opposition.F. .
bring a profit'to eVEry: farmer. With same time and are charged with the
Believing Dr. W. T. Teasdale, spir- "Seems I Deane inc.EL
to Duff
!- the Government work started on the same offense-bigamy. me that we fellows herein general managerfor .

!.> lake new farmers are going to come itualits, aged 79 years, of New Milton Florida lU1.'e'a pretty good chanceto the Clewiston Company enter-// PASO-AVE., SAN. BONITA ST.
Eng., was in a spiritualistic make littl tained the '
a this Senator
into money fall and and a
the ,
and with them D. II.
lIa1tby'organist in the
trance, his wife l let him sit in a chair CLEMSTON FLORIDA
winter, said Gus Weeks as he was friends at the Inn Wednesday night
new ideas, that will work out this Eng.( ) United Methodist Church
; .' the for a week, before she discovered he. talking to me one day recently. "The with a delightful chicken supper. I'
greatest handicap to the presents for the past 55 years, has never was dead. 't/our-Snot Laundrr
-stem of farming. been late for a service. I drought that hit up country this

summer has resulted in decreased .

Declares Chain Banks The A residence, near. Vienna, Austria, supplies of food and feed crops. We -
anniversary of the Dover floors
paved with ,bones of ani
can 'step in and grow fall crops that
Will Damage Farmers (Del.) Presbyterian Church has mals. The
buildnig' is several
centuries will fill a good many of the needs

More financial difficulties for just been celebrated.A its old and no OIie knows, anythingof of people up country, and at the ,

history. same time be a profitable venture ';< .:: '1 ., \. .,
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farmers and } :
a death blow to small recent test revealed that the II '" :

towns are predicted I by George Hen- oak timbers in the roof! of a buildingin The Speyer_ Hospital for Dogs, lu downtown In an automobile to Secure ..-\ ,

sel, banker 'of Quarryville, Pennsylvania London Eng., are 'as his favorite
strong as New York, N. Y., ,received $25,000 'parking place. Lat-

; in an Interview in the Country when put in 500 years ago. from the estate of Mrs. Alice H. er, .when Wrigley, arrives, at the spotIn

'-! Home, i if( Congress'- permits national Souther, late of the same city. 'his personal car ,his first auto Is MAKE' YOUR SELF AT HOME

banks to absorb country After' living unconscious. In a moved away and he has a parking

banks! and operate them .as branches. Louisville (K)'.) hospital for 47 days The Marlboro (Mass.) Hospitalhas space just whtfre he wants it.

Already, in one case, Hensel declares from injuries! she received in an automobile 2 unique fire escapes, capable of

a Western branch bank with400OOO accident, 23-year-old MarlonI moving. the patients and the entire Miss!= Alverda Crouch, 71 years old A FEW CHOICE ROOMS

deposits, sent 300,000 to I I Stiglitz is recovering. personnel of, the institution to safety who has been scrub-woman. at the

the Eastern -parent bank{, leaving the : in 3 minutes. The escapes are on Baltimore (Md.) -Custom House for ARE NOW AVAILABLE.I

community ,use of only $100,000of Eleven months 'after a daughterwas the "chute the chutes" plan, madeof 31 years, never has missed a clay

its own money. This would be- born to Mrs. Joe Turn of Calla- from work.
tubular in form, 3 feet in L;' : > ,'
come a general condition under a way, :Minn., triplets arrived at the diameter and run from the' second { :' ; .
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lieves.widespread branch. bank plan, he be- Turn home. and third floors to the ground In the After he spent 6 weeks, in :fail at ,'. REASONABLE RATES' "":-. .:: .,.., -.

rear of the hospital. Colorado Springs, Colo., awaiting
"Operating under a manager concerned A pet turtle won $7,100 for its trial '
Harry Ralston was sentencedto ;
only with making profits," 'owner, Mrs. Clara V Day, 'when it When an old horse strayed ontoa jail fo rove day on a larceny

-says.Hensel, "many of the loans we took first prize in the National Terrapin railway track and its feet got en charge.At "C

country bankers make through per- Race" at Ponca City, Okla. \, tangled In a switch, near London,

l knowledgo of the character of the Ont., Can., 16 trains were held up Muenster, Germany, Werner TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSCLEWISTON'S

borrowers, would be turned down Representatives of a score of rail- for 3 hours while men worked to Weichelt established a new world's

Country communities cannot develop roads and other interested
parties extricate the animal.
record when he flew his airplane' Up-
under such financing. You can't placed 2 tons
put of documentary exhib- down
side for 47 minutes. .
into a rule book the human elements its before? the Interstate Commerce Too proud to beg, although he was .

that a country banker must deal Commission at a hearing concerning hungry and penniless SO-year-old Three days after his pet dog ,

with. Often, i ifve .don't know the transportation rates on coal, held at Frank! Murphy, of New York,. 'N. Y., drowned In a creek at Port Talbot, POPULAR IIOTELTHE

borrower we ask what kind of wife Concord, N H. pulled off leis! shirt and offered it to Wales, 11-year-old Albert Donovan
lie has You go.t ,
can usually a loanon passorsby for the price of meaL committed suicide by jumping into

a good wife at our bank." As a recreation stunt, R. C. Mc- -- the same stream.

Hensel. declares that a bank Is Curdy paddled a canoe' from Toronto Ja--ob Banta: 21 years old, clad .----

not purely for the benefit of the Can., to Baltimore Md. distance in WATANABE HOTEL
a only I! turc's ]hab'iliment dropped Because her husband scolded her -

banker but a place. for a communityto of 1,225 miles by way of inland dead from heart failure when women when the dinner was cold, Mrs. MI- I r

put Its money where it will bo 1 waters, in 67 days. hikers
apeared on the chaol Rita, aged 22 years, of Philadelphia
safe and available when people needit. MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.
scene while
% he was swimming near shot and killed herself.
He points 'out'that in 1900 there The black hair of Kathleen Duhig Oakland, N. J. I

were only 60."branch banks, while of Boston, Mass., is ,& feet 3 inchesin Two German war prisoners, recently ... v

now there are 3,000. Strong pressureIs length, only'. one inch shorter At Chicago, 111., every morning returned to their homeland
being brought upon Congress he than herself.
about break o' day William WrigleyJr. from Siberia, declare It was not until -
says, to open the .
way to placing
., whose manufactured product a year ago that they know the

half the small banks of America on Mrs Samantha Burns, an inmate keeps innumerable jaws in motion, :I World* War was ended and peace oJ _., '- i
a chain basis. l
of the,..Dallas, County'Iowa- ( ) Home, sends his first assistant chauffeur hind -been restored. ..r :';:'WL''I''u.' .;!: ..,........:. ,"'-I

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Q iicnt to take over this road until the t

Mrs. L. A. I II' ( .11/ I '
' state had completed road twenlv-
. I five. With this recommendation the l i I FEARNS'ELESTP.IC

local committee will join In with the ;. '
Mrs. W. C. Hansen ind Miss! :\111j I
N e't" 4 : committee from Glades county awl
jjel Hansen left Wodntday: for _
: apPewigQ : ,
present the proposition to the road -_ !S CUAnArrrCED TO KILL .
I Orleans. Mrs. Han-cn will / : hats Mice. CcukruAthes. Waterbucs! and
relatives before :'etur ; department. tCAATt8 1 Land Crabs :Millions of people h 1\'c used
friends and it during: the prtt ft'J:! sears
: Among those attending the meting OOMDANy :4 Sold Everywhere

_. ....:..:.;...:. ing; to Clewiston.- at the News office Tuesday wereJ. MONEY 2 onnes33c-1G BACK IF oniiccn IT FAILS$1.25

;" r H. Peeples, Sam Whitten, Homer
. : :Mrs. L. N.. Smith returned
.\ : Hand, Cecil Paiklnsou. Those repre-
, ; ') from Avon Park where she has b '
:: senting Hendry Elbevi I
county were
:: ':::' :-L.7' visiting relatives.
Stewart, W. C. Hooker, L. A. Morgan PALM BAKERYPatronize
' ',:_ '/ .. \
< : Robert T. Hancock, Mr. :McCormick /
','.', Messrs. Bryan and Dick C. Miller > "
and E. E. Kelley.
':::, :,'" of Palm Beach were in .' : ; ..' '

>:, >>. "- several, days this week!: on' lnsi.es-: GOVERNOR CARLTON your home> industries. ,(

.:.> Mr. and :Mrs.: J. K. Baker made .: :
'. :-: .' business trip to Belle Glade Saturday. (
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Only recently he has cast an insult -
Mr. Marshall Yenowlne left
'' against the womanhood of Tal
-i: ',' for Jacksonville for a' two
lahassee, especially those in State
weeks vacation. FOLKS
employ, with insinuations that are

Mrs. F. L. Tatom left the past unpardonable.

week for Lake Worth where she Having continued his attacks in \: spite of the fact that I have at all (
will make her home. Dr. Tatom will .'
times ignored him he would now : ,.: FLORIDAWELCOMES
join her in November. >: ': '
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make of himself a martyr. He should '
'> ,
blame his own conduct and not mine YOU -
','. Mr. T. V. Watson spent Sundayin ::! : : : ,,, .
; for the enmities he has incurred. 1 : 1
Orlando .'
have had 'no part in his encounters "The Most Perfectly Vcntilnicd Hotel In the South.

with other men and his personal differences -
Miss Jamie 1VJ11iams. of Rfchland,

.' Ga., and Miss Sara: Green, of .....t. he should settle with them Storage Space Across Street European Plan
: and .the court. _
,_ Gaines, Ga., arrived in Clewlston tl1lase )
He: is the spokesman of an opposi
'. week and will be at home with ,
I tion which is unprecedented in the
Mrs. Bessie Culbreth, :Miss: Green
t : ',. history of the State. It is made up
I/ .,' and Miss Williams will teach in the
of a combination of vicious forces,
: ,:, school here. -
.. 1- selfish interests and a small disap- .
I i ,::' : :\,\ ,
pointed .
political contingent deter- ,
0 :'' Mr. Clarence Mayor\ = ,:of Richlaml,

.::,1t, Ga., was a weelt-encl guest of Mr.Sam : : mined to rule or ruin t., Oct. 3
,- This is also SALE Friday,
represented by
...'F'"J. Woodham. I the South Jacksonville Herald, with ._ !
: !
r 1i.;;: trPfjt;," which I shall deal later, and which West Palm Beach !
: Mr.! and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and
:! charged that I passed from one Jack
: .":{-. : ;' children spent Saturday. in Palm
:: Zuta to Al Capone gambling privileges '
f !Beach. ; .
: :: :: in Miami. I never heard of Jack I BIG BARGAIN

Ziila except the account of his deatha .
.<,;-v\.-< .: Messrs. Louis .Morgan and Claude :;
: ,: -. I few mouths ago, until the conspiracy ;' '':': : IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
I--:: :; : .- Downs made a business trip to Pa- o .: .
J. hearing in Jacksonville; and instead : : \
11t.<..t%.?. ,. "hokee. Saturday '"i -'; .'
I ":.; ,' ::"t' : of extending any favors directly Buy During This Sale
I. ':' II I
; or indirectly to Al Capone the
Miss Ola Pelteway. of Wauchula, j 1
: Public well I knows that I have usedI AND SAVE ONE-HALF
arrived in Clewiston Sunday. :Miss I I Ic
every effort to rid the State of him.I .
Petteway will teach in the school I I
.' : st Opened Daily Till 6 Sat. 10
have never talked to anyone rep- ore p. m. p. m.
here this
:year* She will make her
home : 1 I I I resenting' Zuta, Capone or these __ :, ._ : ,
:, at the Watanabe Hotel. ., : : c', ': ,
'.',.. 1 gambling Interests, nor have I rercived -
, ,
< Vivian ,! any favor, financial. ., political,
: "' ..J\lrs. Smith and daughter, .
.' ; j personal. or otherwise from snchnm''es. -'-' ., .)
Zelda, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. .. :'

t C. M. Lee, of South Bay, and Mr. : The explanation for' the'i' !

':.: r "rnld statement is found in the I ,
Ralph O'Neal
spent Sunday in: Everglades I
I, 4'F: fact that it is the recognized voiceof

,,, City: I I Mr. Edga.'W.. Waybrieht, a partof DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS.

: I whose Interests and connections!' i
Messrs. Van Cothern and Arthur ;
I the. public knows, but whose name ,

Westergaard, ,of Tamna, were weekend for some reason is not carried on ,_ FOR HEALTH
visitors in Clewiston.Mr. .
the paper

o' I confess my embarrassment in DRINK A QUART OF MILK A DAY
E. P. Ewing! of Moor Haven,
ie' even referring to such outrageous: in-
was a' business visitor to Clewiston
.' sinuations.: The insults to me and
<<, :: Tuesday. ..
:: f my family I have patiently enduredfor
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.. ,. .: 'Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bradley spent two :years, because of my official CLEWISTON\ i DAIRY COMPA1 Y
position, and I now make this statement -
the weekend in Palm Dale as

...';,, guests of Mrs. Bradley's mother, ? as Governor of the State of Sugarland Highway;< Phone 333

: Florida, and out of the sense of dutyto .
-:: > Mrs., M. C. Hooker. ">

.. .. the people and high office whichI

:-:' .::' :')\11'. and Mrs. Claude Downs spent )
' '. In conclusion I want
: \ to say once
:: .... .. Monday in Palm Beach.
': ,.; '.... :0- l and for all time that no amount or .
r criticism or brow-beating, blackmail:
:: '
: r. Mr. Leland Crews spent Sunday in
attempted slander will force me
': Ft. Denaud, with relatives.
to :surrender one bit to these elements -
"" : who would sacrifice the State -
Mrs. W. T. Tidwell has returned
.. '". ) : for self aggrandizement and political -
from Tampa where. she has been SEE ;
; vengeance.
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" .: visiting relatives.
., a i
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tr ,
,, Mr.. and Mrs. B. F. Fears and son, When a U. S. prohibition officer, D sir u TY th e 4 l h ;
.:.. ;'. ''. '''': Walker, and Harvey Guthrie spent under cover of darkness, "sampled" c w .
'' ',:.:.:/. .-'R.. Sunday In Pahokee. : bottle of moonshine whisky he had EXTRA
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found in Minneapolis, Minn.:, he ex-

\ ,: Mr.tand Mrs. perienced a peculiar
I Harry Turner returned i ( ". tickling sensa-

'a): I-,-' last week from a toveeks: :: tion in his throat. A daylight examination :: -L

' ;';-:..'...,:. ': vacation.' spent with relatives In !..Ilirouri. ) ? revealed that besides whiskeythe
;.'- ,. :. ', ; bottle contained a mouse, the

:, t :, .<:.-. ; : of which protruded from the I
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>" : Mr. Lonnie'Walrcn of Everglades: mouth of the vessel.
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: ;<::::; City spent 'the weekend .in Clew i
;' ton. LEGAL NOTICEIN .' .
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., ,2 ;: \1rs. G. V. Hudson and daughter, I THE UNITED STATES DIS
:,:'" THE __ _
.'' .,":-" Carolyn Jane returned last week : HUDSON THE CLOTHIER, INCORPORATED i?- ____ ,::. -!: -:1: <.. i- .- =: ."

'.'_ .. '- from Romney W. Va.,- where they i BANKRUPT, CLEW- nt

: .:-. spent the summer with 'relatives, FLORIDA. Price fAre
.: .' in Every Way Except _
<". : :they .wail join Mr. Hudson In Canal All of the stock and fixtures of the : _
.\,'.:<- "' (\ve- bankrupt estate will be sold "
.; ... Point and make that their home. '-
.' : the undersigned to the highest:
:. '.:" : you planning plenty of Goodyear'a patented SUPER-
: .. .. for cash, subject to confirma
c ;'".. Mr. Fred Moltz, of BelIe. Glade, by the Court at the office of the hardhard driving? Want ex- TWIST cord six slmo k-ate

':;,\i. ..:... spent tho week-end in Clewiston. H. P. Baya, Referee in Bank- tra protection from pane- ruing plies!

. (' '. Room 1304, First National tares, blowout, skidding and Extra style, >WOe Tapered sidebars

.' ... ', Mr. and Mrs. John Mowry and I'( Builling, Tampa Florida, at a worn-down trends?, ; silver: striping. Valno,

I of the creditors to be held Hero's your tire! only Goodyear offers madS
.\ John I.
son, Kenneth the week
''. n October 8th, 1930 at 10:00 o'clock Extra-thick, extra' deep-cut >possible l b y .a production{
::.:: . end in Miami. I M. Stock consists
; < of mens cloth- i.n-Wcather Tread. Extra- MILLIONS of tires great -
. -,, shoes:i and! .
', :, I furnishing goods, and targc, extra powerful body of t&oa any other eompapyai
: Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig returned I i I' appraised value is 1389.32, same
:; cost less-40 per cent.. The fix- I
Saturday from Glencoe. Pa., and II I
are appraised at 178.00 net.

'f. <, .t... Cumberland' Md., .where they spent ; stock will be open for Inspec : ftskifo: ?our.Special:garatfon Trij>.: .

tai summer. They will be at home at any time before date of sale Pathftmfera iEil'i1II-Weatli .. .
Low 1930 prices pa Goodyear _
for the winter with Miss Marlon applying to Mr. Cecil Parkinson .,

: Leydig I and Mrs. Spicer. the Clewiston Supply Company, at :_ :..--, --=-- __ .._h .. ..
or full information will be
by the undersigned upon re-
Thursday evening the Girl Scouts .
'_ enjoyed supper at the Point. After : J T. ED. BRYAN, Trustee .

m fluv.per''yas cooked) ) over. a .P. O. Box 76 = -, CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANYr .
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