The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: :Where Industry And T. Ine CleWleston': :... N. ew's" The Center'of America "',:

: Agriculture AfccL\ : .. '.. Neif Sugar Bowl. .


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MENT Barren Colliery BARRON G. COLLIER, Great Surprise,," Carries*

,. STARTS SURVEY MAKES SOCIAL 'CALL Own Majority District By 24. A .


.!1 q ill7v, ir4 The entire county Democratic

S f ; f ;.x Y j. .% ticket with the excption of. Dr G, McCormick

Clewiston Selected As Northern Investors reGaining nominee lor. county commission J

Back Their from district number three. '
Headquarters; Seventyf' ,, -
t !V.r r .li .p '7.t. { was elected Tuesday. "Seldon L. Stewart -
Confidence In State.
Men At Work.With
ve running on an Independent tick

'j M. ,d' ,: iPww _r r et defeated the democratic nominee.Mr. .
" :'Barren G. Collier, one of H ndryounty's
seventy-five men on file job Stewart won by a large majorityin
largest tax payers made .a.
tho preliminary survey of the United fTl VrfHyi 'T tcJ nVk Wl.JOO jf* *35 SX ji'-'MlEii VtLWVy ,> CKr aWOlSm the Clewiston district, this being-
personal call on the County Commis
.., States Engineers on the Lake Okee- the deciding vote In the conte'st. The
; sioners Wednesday. Mr. C"lier is
.; chobee project was begun Monday. Clewiston
vote for Mr. Stewart was.
I ., ; truly a, Hendry county Booster. He
5 C. Nelson, who has
been connected what is believed by many to have
came Into the commissioners, room
I : with the Now Orleans oftlce was inV : -' been a trade vote for Mr. Uardsiey.
: and talked fo the members of, the '
Clewiston Monday. Air. Nelson was The race being so close In the other
& board just as any other business man
: G 5 rery much pleased with Che headquarters sections of the county between Mr.
I N' would have done. He told of his Investments -
of the Engineering staff, + i lyYy!; 'd. 1 .}t' :Stewart: and Mr. McCormick mat
i in Florida, he spoke of the
which is located in the south wing ]Mr. Stewart was unable to
great opportunities the state offered
of tho Administration Building of, the : Y. r'1, .
votes to Mr.
any Beardsley except in
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the business men of" the north. He ,
Southern Sugar Company. i, his o''n district, this being the only
; k f 141y explained that with over t.welrtyfivemillion
Work has already begun on this
t one that Mr. Alston was defeated in
dollars invested In Floridahe .,..
-. project and 'will continue as fast as over the entire
; had not lost his faith In the state
possible. A crew of men were sent
but to Clewiston received one ,ot its ,
was taking every advantage
into iY
: the field Monday and additional t
purchase other sound investments. greatest surprises in 'the Alston-. >
: : men will be started on other projects -
I, fast Florida Is In better con a tti oi" than Beardsley race for MemDSr of the ;
as as possible.
::: Mr. Nelson emphasized the fact .'" ", any other state in the Union stated School Board. Backed by the P. '1'. A.

Mr. Collier. The eyes of the nation and the Company ticket Beardsley ,'
they were using Florida men as .
-, much as possible. "All of our labor, .'_', ,,J,' are on the state and I predict that ;was declared a winner by what is I'

:' will be locally employed," stated Mr. within the next year you 'will see a known as a sure hit. But, those who ..,"'

Nelson. great era of prosperity over the entire placed their money on Alston re- .

,. 'state. ceived the long shot. He carried .;r
We have
twent .five. thousand dollars -
Mr. .Collier about hour Clewiston by a majority), of. twenty- .
i; for the work and 1 understana i.ti3c3rf-J+{**{ -3* ? C!*!).' w y5ri*>-* t spent an

J 'that your local Flood C&ntrol Boara talking straight business to the board four votes and came in from other ',

has appropriated fifty thousand dol. he wanted them to know that lie had sections of the county with over BOV- ""',:

faith 'in Hendry county. He owns the enty-five majority.. t
lars this will be a sufficient amount t1 (V V.y
of money to complete the entire sur rL.tr' ''+'}LL kF i tSa { Bank of LaBelle, the telephone lines Alston was nominated by the Dem- ':>" -y:
: vey and will enable us to completethe that -transverse- the county, the bus ocratic Executive Committee after" C. ., .-;

,first steps in the project. y v. .J+ ( r lines that travel our roads, in fact he A. Jackson had resigned and left : ,
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;, When asked if lie has estimated a pr Is one of the largest if not the largest Clewiston. J. E. Beardsley. was appointed f

when the survey would rte completed Individual property owner in the by a petition being presented ." :i\

Mr. Nelson stated that he thought.the county. to the Governor 'requesting his : .

work: could be done by' .April or' .... The Southern Sugar Company is appointment. He was serving until .' )

: .;_ V.,May..',That actual construction couiu =':: ,' .; ) 5halcing''theLe'a'srend] of=Hendry:. com .: a successor'could"b'eTelecteiT inline*-.;.._, r ';"'1

begin as soon as, the bids had been ty. They are producing an agriculture place of C. A. Jackson. V ..' :1

.advertised and accepted by the gov- Barron G. Collier, who appeared before the Board of County Commissioners Wednesday, Is one of the larg Vest : development that is attracting the Mrl Beardsley had his name placed <:,

,I Ct'UiuciH.Mr.; tax payers In Hendry'county. Mr. Collier Is owner of the TamiamI Trail Tours, Inter-State Telephone and attention of the entire nation. Ymir on the ballot by petition- and, it was .. .:.

Nelson stated that intend county will be one of the most prosperous made to believe that majority of ;:
they Telegraph Company, Collier Boat Lines. He also owns practically all of Collier county. He owns twelve of a

ed to make the survey so colnyieio the largest hotels In South Florida, and controls several large banks in this section. He Is truly a Florida in the state within a fe\v the people of Clewiston wanted Mr. ,V
mat the contractors wouiu uoc nave booster, bringing millions of people into the state. He has invested over $25,000,000 In Florida. years. What I want to impress upon Beardsley as ,a member of the school ::t

any trouble in making up their uius. I you men is to talk Florida, Believein board., The election proved other- ,. ::

We feel sure that congress will ap- 'Florida and sell Florida ,to the wise and Mr. Alston carried Clewls- ''''..

propriate sufficient: money Jto.. carry COMMISSIONERS V THE WEATHER SELDON L. STEWART world. His visit was taken as a social ton by a substantial vote. ,.. '_

us through the tirst year ot xm:) call upon the county fathers. Mr. Alston's backer declared him -:

work. From all iniormation receiveu Date' Max Min. Rainfall a winner early in the day and during, .4

"', it will require from four to five years HOLD BRIEF BUSINESS Oct. 27 .80' BEATS DEMOCRATIC FOR the, closing hours of the polls the :;

/ to complete the wo-rk on the lake Ocf.: 28 ...'........... 86 71 ROCK BASE Beardsley backers were conceding ..)aY

and the CaloosahaTchee river.; SESSION WEDNESDAY Oct. 29 .............. :85 '74_* NOMINEE IN ELECTION the election( to Alston. '....;.

Mr. McClure will have charge oi_ Oct. 30 ?......:.,... "83 62 .17 STATE ROAD IS Mr. Alston is one of the early settiers ,::':

the local office and will be in chargeof .ft Oct. 31 ............,. 75 55 .30 of Clewiston. He came here 4.-. '

the work in this section. J<'reu Vote To Pay Rider One Nov: 1 .......?_...., 71 r 61'r r Large Vote Polled InClewiston NOW COMPLETEDEntire from Georgia. and was employed by. .1h t

Flanders, who has been connected Nov. 2 ................ 74 62 the Clewiston Company. Seeing the .'"r
with the state engineering staff *for Hundred Dollars Per Rainfall for week .............,...,II..... .47 Helps To necessity of a drug store in Clewls- :j

I the past six years will have charge Month Salary. Defeat McCormick.Seldon ton he' purchased a small stock of '.;:

of the field men and will handle the LOCAL ATTORNEY Project Is To Be medicines and began operating the j

detail work in the fields. He has .:
-Stewart, running on the first drug store in Clewiston. From

been with the Everglades Drainage The County Commissioners met Independent ticket, defeated D. G. Completed Early this small start he now operatesfive :,1
Wednesday at the court house. The SAYS BUSINESS I.
District is familiar
and with
every, McCormick in the general election drug stor's in the Evergladesand
detail the lake work. regular meeting had been adjournea '
of Tuesday. Mr. Stewart is a present Next Year. is just opening a new store In '
over from Tuesday due to the fact
GOOD IN COUNTY member:: of the Board of County Com the fashionable Palm 'Beach District.'i
that '
Tuesday was election day. :
LEGION LAYS PLANS misslo i rs. He will begin serving his I Mr. Alston has promised to put The
V Regular routine business was attended :'
third -term as a county commissionerthe The rock base for the first projectof same business judgement In the'

with only a few impotrant Has Made A Success In first of January state road 25 was completed this school position he has put into his ,
FOR ARMISTICE DAY matters being brought to the attention -r
Practice Of Law In Mr:,' Stewart has been a demorcrat week, R. A. Sfiaw. representing the own business. It Is presided that
of the commissioners. [he com- :
since coming to Florida but in the Powers Construction Company stated Clewistnn will have one of the best
I missioners voted to pay H. A. Rider
I CELEBRATION HERETo one hundred dollars a .month for his en County.' ,primary he did not enter the race that the oiling_ of this project wouldbe school board members It has ever

1 I Joe Ross was defeated by Mr. McCormick completed within a few days.Ve bnd.
services. Mr. hider has not received
Business is.good in Clewiston and in Mr. Stewart's district. expect to complete. this work by the :
any money from the county since last
Services In Civic
Hendry county if you have energy Under the Florida law the county first of the year and if fair weather
"\. January. .It was agreed by tho com- ED BUTLER DEFEATS
Center Park At enough to go after it, stated W. W. commissioners are voted on countywide continues we will finish our work on
missioners at that time to, pay l1im$5'OQ1)
Preston, local attorney. Mr. Preston .vin the general election. It seems schedule time, stated the contractor.
1 11 1 0'Clock. ) per month. This was due to ':
i came to ClewIs ton from Sarasota on that 'a agreement was entered into Efforts are being: made to have the ROBERT TURNERV
: the fact that a bill was Introduced %
1 last March 15th. He has been"practicing In the primary that if Mr. itoss:: was Road Department advertise The balance .
The American Legion will hold its at the last legislature making tnfc I '
law in Clewiston and lleudry defeated Mr. Stewart would enter of this work from ciewiston to FORCONSTABLEPolled
Armistice Day program at Civic Center salary of county attorney only 50.00 '
I' county during tho past year, the race. He did -participate in LaBelle at their Miami meeting and
Park it was announced by F. per month. Seldon L. Stewart brought _
Mr. Preston practiced law in Sarasota the primary and was placed on the if this can be arranged the road
I J3eane Duff, today. the matter before the board and at- '
under the firm headingor ticket by petition as an Independent from Clewiston to LaBelle should be Vote Of
A half holiday will be declared by ter much discussion, H. L. JDelany) Largest
I i Whltesldo and Preston. He was at- candidate.The the of next
II completed early part year.
I the company and all ex-service men .introduced a motion to pay Mr. Hid; Any Candidate In
tracted to Hendry county and Clew- Clewiston News predicted that Tht road from Clewiston to the
are. requested to meet at the Administration er fifty dollars a month. this was de
I I i feated. iston alter making a thorough can Air. :Stewart:) would not be elected as Palm Beach county line is In fine Local Race.Ed .
Building at 1015.
Mr. vass of the conditions. Mr. Preston an Independent, however, He was shape and will be completed ,within
anxious I tohave Stewart then made a motionto
I Mr. I has been practicing law in"Florida elected by tho large vote polled in a few weeks. Traffic is passing over Butler, who has been acting as
a good attendance at the seri pay Rider one hundred dollars
i for five :years. He graduated from the the .Clewiston district. In fact Clew this part of the road and it seems to night watchman Tor' the Clewiston
_, vices and has requested that everyman a month from January to October
Washington University SI Lexington iston named the Commissioner be constable or
County be holding up fine. R(5ek will Company was elected
j who served in the World War this was carried.
""or Va., and began practicing law m for district number three. placed on this section of the road District Number One, whic1?embraces
the Mr.
Spanish-AmerIcan war join Wder was employed oy the
Washington, D. C. 'and Richmond, Tile News wishes to of the
congratulateMr. within a few days. tile city of Clewiston by one
the local post for the services nextTuesday. board at a salary of one hundred\
+ dollas! a month but was not paid this Va. Mr. Preston has been actually Stewart oh his election. We were The road through the city of Clew largest votes polled by any candidatein

engaged in the law practice for the against any Independent, we are for iston Is in very bad shape arid will the race. Mr. Butler was opposedby
It will amount due
not be necessary for you" to to the budget and the I
fact past fourteen years having practiced a straight Democratic party and shall' have To have considerable woTk on Robert Turner, who has made
wear your uniform just come over the bill was intoduced at
and the last in both the state and United States always stand by the party. !\t *. Stew- it before the finishing rock can De ClewIston his homo Tor the past seven
V help the local post make a good legislature making his sal-
e- showing courts. art is the choice of the people. He placed on the rock base. This is dTTo years. He ha :been in LaBelle
on Armistice Day. ary fifty dollars a month. This
The Girl and Boy Scouts will basked bill was declared unconstitutional. Mr. Preston married( Katherine E. snail be our commissioner and we to the building of the road on a new during flie pasT three months acting

to help with the celebrationand Mr. Rider will receive one hundred Farr, of. Chicago,. Illinois on October shall stand behind him as long as he road bed and not on the old foundation. as tlcpiity sheriff under sheriff Han

the school dollars 0, 1930 and Is lIv ing in one of the conducts himself as a county commissioner The main part of the highway cock.
children usually'atPlease a month which will pay all
( turn to Hopkins apartments. His l law olllces should We hope that Eb will through civic center will be a double Mr. Butler'was backed by the Clew-
page 2) his claims against the
county. are across from tho post office. make a good record In office drive when completed. (Please .turn to page 2) \:_- U}
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CLEWISTON NEWSPublished I'm going to put this shoe on the I WORLD-WIDE SIFTINGS ic year. in Miami the total had passed the

other foot. You Mr. Outside Uuy- $600,000 mark and after stopping at
Several uncashed checks issued by Tampa: the
every Friday at not need the American region million quota was passed
you may the city of Lewiston ]11., to George
Clewiston Florida, but the American Legion needs During he past year more than from' Noirmoutier where the birth of at Lakeland' : As the big Unsol'O.U'
Eskridgo, of Galesburg, Ill, 32 years,
you. It needs you, Mr. Prosperous, 122,000 horses were slaughtered tor the second twin occurred. up through north and west
LOUIS A. MORGAN\ .... Publisher ago, Were'. recently found by 1 sk- Florida the volume of hew 0
Person, who served in the Grandest food purposes in the state of Oregon. business
ridge's wife when she ;went throughthe
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- Army that ever marched across the The average life-time of natives !in steadily grew :until the amount on'

Iston, Florida as second class!? matter. Fields of Time-First, ior your moral The oldest legal document in existence 'India is 22 years for the males and him.A pockets. of an old coat belongingto return of the plane to Jacksonville,

and financial support. believed to be a clay tablet 23 years for the females. had reached the unexpected total of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Second, because of the effect on uncovered in Mesopotamia it bears $2,114,000.

One Year .........................-............. $2.50 assault { calf on II. E. Tieler'a ranch, near In response to
the younger generation who are com- the verdict of a judge in an As an experiment, the Coopersionn an enthusiastic wel-

Six Months .....,........r..r........ 1.50 I Hip n, Cal., has 2 eyes that are in come nome
the 2200 B.C. by
ing up, who will have to light and battery case about (N. Y.) Hospital is selling a year'smedical Mayor Harris of Soutn

Three Mouths'S\ battles of America, if it ever becomes I and hospital service at $25 i I their natural position and a third eyein Jacksonville and a score of prominent

for ,- The of Mexico contains 107- for individual and the center of the forehead. The Floridians, Kelley said
ADVERTISING RATES necessary to fight. I am peace City an at $iDO for a :

4.2 Forty-five cents per inch. No discount first, last, and all the time-but it 000 more women than men. f.:?::71ly, tho service to be paid for In animal l also has 2 mouths. and can 'C'reclit is duo not only ,to the won:

for plates. No special position any man hauls down the American advance. take food with either. derful support of the'enUre Gulf or-

guaranteed. All advertising copy Flag-"Shoot, him on the spot," or 0anlsatlon; but to the whole hearted
After Duane Thornton of Battle
The Nebraska
must be in this office on Wednesday Spot him on the snoot Annie LInke, who died in New Bankers' Associa- co-operation of the Florida businessman
Creek, Mich., sprinkled gasoline on tion offers reward
before issue of paper. 1 would like to see that Legion York, N. Y., In her 67th year, Is said a $3,000 for ev- to whom we dedicated this
his moth-infested chairs his foot ery bandit killed in the
Hall on North Orange Avenue to have made $1,000,000 by selling state in the campaign: by proving that in other
electric cord and pulled it
caught an
act of robbing bank
discarded S(7cie-; a or pursuit fol- lines as well as the Insurance
clothing by wealthy field
meeting nights
CALL TO THE COLORS packed so full on from the socket. There was a sparkan
a holdup. Bank robberies
By Senator Franklin O. King with fine, upstanding, red-blooded explosion followed-and now ty folks. ; Nebraska in Florida, the new business 1 ethere
have averaged one "
a if we'go after it.
Orlando 'Florida. Americans who are true and faithfulto
; Thornton has neither the chairs nor month for more than
a year.
their former Comrades in Arms, the moths. Because Starling Neal of Columbus .

I've always; wanted to be a soldier. so that you couldn't get another one 0., pawned: his wife's shot gun, A Nevada miner walked 125 milesto HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES

. I've always wanted to have my chest in the hall with a shoe-horn. I would Mrs. Neal, in a revengeful mood

nut chest all covered with medals- like to see these boys when they Rev. A. A. Hillary, a JohnstownPa. slashed all the tires of his zruomobile. register so he would be eligibleto GUAVA ,DUMPLINGS
vote when the time
, like the picture of the Boy Scout 1 march down the street, carrying on ( .) .pastor, preaches to a congre- In the argument which followed! came. Ripe, flavorsome guavas (peeled,

':' saw up in Karl Lehmann's office. high the.old.. Flag-"that never gation in his church every Sunday pieces: 01 glassware were hurled so In Indo-China there white seeded'uud sugared:! ), covered with, u
I've never had the l luck to oust into touched the gI'ound.- would like ,morning and in the afternoon he hops accurate by the belligerents that it that are rich sweet pastry, baked to a golden -
tend their
own gardens: in which '
anywhere, they wouldn't to see their numbers augmented by into an airplane and flies on his 75- was necessary to take the Neals to .a 'crispness, and oozing fragrant
any the insects raise ,
even draft me in the late unpleas- about a thousand, more ex-service mile circuit to carry: the gospel message hospital for repairs. tiny vegetable pellets juices make a delicious dumpling.Peel .

to people who dwell in out-ot- resembling pumpkins, which 12 large guavas.. Put the
,antness. I didn't get into the World men in Orange County, who belongto
they for food.
War because I was too old but thereis belong. the-way communities. "The total amount of loot securedby center pulp through a di7er ,and mix

no doubt In my mind, if I had, the Don't be a slacker Big Boy with a bandit who pried open 11 safesat with the fruit. Make a pastry as for ,

World War would have been over the bank account. They don't want Boards, manufactured from corn Denver Col., was $1. When Capt. Brodie, of the Salvation roly-poly (below), and roll to M (j

'. sooner. I came from a fighting family. your PRESENTS, but they do need stalks, are going into the construction -- I Army, in London Eng., delivered a inch thickness. Brush with butter,

; of buildings for the'' World's Fairat .., sermon upon the subject of "Death" and cut into six Place
!n' We learned to fight by fighting your PRESENCE. And the same thing The largest egg in the world was quares. a
Chicago, Ill.. in 1933.) I recently he appeared in the pulpit large spoonful of the mixture
among ourselves. but Lord help anyone applies to you Air. llown-in-the unearthed in South Madagascar anis

who butted into the family frac- Mouth" and Mr. '"Hard Times.' said to have been laid by a gigantic I with his head enclosed in an artifi- each square. Mix 1-2 cup of sugar- -

Because of fire hazard conditions cial skull and the remainder of his and 1-4 ,
as. He would:: have hall us all to lick.: ,There is a spirit about an American bird known as the "aeplornis" teaspoon each of cinnamon,

resulting from the drought, a $100- body clothed in a shroud., cloves, and allspice; and sprinkleover
Similarly, synonymously, and simultaneously ,Legion meeting that puts pep :which became extinct 1000 years

,-anybody that junTps on into ,you. I've been kidded by ex-pets fiiie will be imposed upon hunters ago. The egg measures 30 Inches In the mixture, on the squares. Enclose
who smoke in the state forest sol' A bullet which Simon Plncus, 86- in the and
pastry bake
in a
into but wheii those' fellows finish diameter 34
an 'ex-service man well be hitting pan- and inches In length and
Pennsylvania. year-old Civil Wait" veteran, carriedin moderate oven ((375 degrees) for 2b,
a hornet's next, because-"Dey's ning one another well, nobody putson the contents equal 150 hen eggs.
his right leg for 67 years without minutes; or until guavas are tender
organized." any ais among the Leglonnales.
'My wife is the first person I killed Vmwinc: of it until recently when and pastry slightly browned. Serve
But I'll tell the cockeyed world I'd like to see you join, because Because the jail at Round, Lake .
so will ,you please recommend' my I the bullet began bothering him has with lemon or orange sauce to whicha -
here and now', if I was a soldier or Bob :Moulden and his Gang can't do N. Y., has no occupants for 15 years"it
?" the written received been removed by surgeons at a teaspoon of
parole was plea marmalade has been
it all I have old Cob with His Into
sailor or sad-eyed marine In the late seen has been converted a garage.
by Judge Sibert, of Cleveland Brooklyn (N. Y.) hospital.A added. .
scrimmage that made tTte World unsafe face worried and his brows knitted A turtle, the size of a half-dollar, I
, Ohio from George Stevens, :35 years lemon[ or Orange Sauce
and ris not too blame clas- sto'macli
: for Democracy-I'd join the language ,was found alive inside the
'old, who is serving a 11-year ,sentence school building! at urawley, Cat, Mix 1 cup sugar 2 tablespoons
American Legion if I had to pawn sical,' as he Deggel me, "for the lov of a'1 1-2 pound bass caught by Bert
in the Ohio State Penitentiary.The I \vili be heated by boiling water piped flour and a pinch of salt. Add 1 3-4
Distinguished Service Medal. of Mike ,or Pete, or whoever it was Krathwohl at Peru Ind.
,my refused. to the radiators from an artesian boiling water and
judge cups : cook for 3
founded -to help some fellow get a jOb-or I .
Legion was '
The American --- I well which is located on land'fnat minutes. Then add 3 tablespoons
'l'housand'Posts' a meal-or get a move on... If you sat
in France in 1919. Ten An English inventor has discovered_ la 3 days, Charles. Dayhotf, ol adjoins the school property. lemon juice, 1-2 teaspoon grated 'lemon -
in the and did full duty
of game your
are organized in every part a method of manufacturing dinner Rock Springs, 'Mont., killed! 175 rattlesnakes rind, and 2 tablespoon .butter, and
the Mr. Coldhearted and
by Legion,
the United States and throughoutthe plates of cotton. that*.crawled' from a snake Agnes Hicks swimming championof remove it from the stove. For orange
Distant ex-Service Man it wouln't be
world. No deserter can jom. no den he'''found while herding cattle. Highgate, England, has had 90 sauce, substitute 1-2 cup orange juice
so hard on the faithful te w.
"conscientious objector" is eligible.No When Mrs. John H Cassens of '
proposals of marriage. for 1-2 cup of water and orange rind

man who was dishonorably discharged ;I Now listen, World-War-Veleran Hartford, Conn., started by automo- A rainbow trout which weighed for lemon rind.
you weren't a slacker or a deserter
can belong unless he has bile for Los ,Angeles, Cal., to visit 26 1-2 pounds and measured! 37 Inches After John Illamich assembled Sv Guava Roly-Poly
"Over There.?: You would have
officially been restored to an honor her sister Mrs. Clarence Sherwood. in length, was caught by Mrs. K'II. chickens, 15 geese 8 hogs, 3 dogs, 2 Sift 2 cups flour, 1-2 teaspoon salt
crawed through Hellfire, to have .. '
able status. the latter was on her way to visit Smith in a1 lake near ait.Latfo( cats and a horse' on his 25x775 foot 2 tablespoons sugar, and 3 tablespoons -
pulled some wounded comrade out of
The Legion is an Organization of Mrs. Cassens. Each arrived at her City, Utah. lot In Chicago, Ill., his neighbors had baking powder and' cut in
danger. Many's the time carried '
Veterans, run by Veterans. I tis nota you sister's home the same day, but the the outfit adjudged a nuisance and I shortening until mealy in appearance -

political Organization-and it does- some poor fellow's gun or kit-bag, distance between them was not a A parrot that prays and sings I city authorities ordered lliamich to..I Add 1 egg and 1-2 ,cup milk, ,...,
both of were so fagged out
n't allow political discussions in its( you mite: less than It was when the Jour- hymns is owned. by a woman at Porn move his "midget farm"* to the sur- I and then blend the mixture. Toss on
could scarcely navigate. Now.there' .
Post sessions or at Its State or Na- you icy toward each other began. eroy, 0.According. burbs. i floured board, and roll to about 1-2
many; a Buddy carrying a ..1 I
tional Conventions. It helps tile Legion -- -- thick. Brush with melted butter.
heayv load whose burden
Veterans lo find a job and takes today you iii's. Irene Castle McLaughlin has I One 01 the most iiouil&uing mcoi- snowdrift or other fat. Spread dough
_ I .
can lighten. lie doesn't want your to London (Eng.) police !
care of his family when he Is unable built a home : r friendless flogs in i I'Uiuitiu'. liuLsa lii pile ullliuU L>CLCtS: :i is i'" with guava mixture, sweetened and
\oner-but he does want ; wordsof officials 320,000 people have been '
[, to work. your Chicago, Ill It is a 2-story building |-me iNctiiOuui uaiuuead (Jiuu; ), viuiheauiiuariei'o spiced, and dot wtih butter. H 11lP'
cheer. The touch ,of your hand on identified, without an error by their
\ Thealue of membership in the I with steam heat a modern fighting at nusiield, Mass. 10 as for jelly roll, and place in greased
,his shoulder will make him Buck up linger prints since 1901.
" American Legion cannot be measuredin system, hot and cold water and 2 at- II be eagiule for membership in tae pan. Bake in moderate oven for 25
I anti Over the
" dollars and <.':::nts. Filty-one mod- I go tendants always on duty.A organization the candidate must; pi- minutes, and serve with favorite pudding .
Soon. ;your opportunity to help will There are 241 Americans firms in
ern fire-proof hospitals have been sess at least 4 square inches ual'd-I sauce.-Isabelle S. Thursby.
. be gone foreevr.. Down tlie Roads of business at Shanghai, China.
constructed, or purchased by the pedestrian! crossing a street in pate. file club fleets annually nor
Destiny comracfes'are marcli- Pauline Poppitz, who clothier her
Government at the request of the Le your Havana, Cuba, must be given _the the transaction of business. LEGION LAYS'PLA1VS

gion. These hospitals cost more than mg-some getting a little grayer- right of way the motorist stopping FOR ARMISTICE DAY
some beginning to stumble and tal- self in rags and ate almost nothing,
$71,000,000, and contain more than his car on the painted dead-line un OLD AGE TO BANiSH
ter. Here and there falls died in New York N. 'Y., leaving a
one, neverto
20,000 bed. Iii the pedestrian has crossed. P. G. Hammar 66 years old, retired (Continued from Page 1)
rise again. Soon like Stonewall fortune of 145000.
Some folks say Repub"Ucs are un- St.: Louis (Mo.) manufacturer,

Jackson: you will all "pass over the Andrew Drew plans secluded villa In Europe tend the services in .father
grateful; not so, Horattus-only for a MinneapolisMinn. to rent a mass.
During his recent trip abroad,
river and rest under the shade ol the
getful. I remember talking to the (: .) business man, has entered where:: fie will walk on Ills 'hands Fennigan! will have charge of the
Ford German
trees" Henry gave newspa
President of the Chicago Real Estate (into an agreement with the holdupman and feet, use a log for a bed'and eat services and the,usual Armistice Day
"On Fame's Eeternal pel-men a jolt when he replied to
Board during the War, and lie said: Camping Ground who recently robbed him of raw vegetablts in an' effort to prove program will be carried out by the
them their own language.
"These boys can have anything they Their Silent Tents Are Spread $1.125. to accept $1 a day ,until tho that old age can be banls ed. Three local post of the American Legion.

want when they come back. They can And Glory Guard With Solemn full amount is returned. Drew, De- persons will join Hammar in the ex- In this week's issue of the Newswe
taller: tor
Round Besides appointing a care.
have all the offices, they will run sides finding. a job, for the .hold-up periment. have reprinted an editorial thatis
The Bivouac of the Dead." I her 1 S yetr.oldpet; cat: Mrs. Maude
man promised one of the best we have ever read,
this country. We owe them a debt of not to divulge his: I
P. Ide, l kite of San Gabriel, Cal.,
everlasting gratitude that can name to the police unless tua, instil:: ; on the American Legion. Every Le-.
we ; willed the animal $15, 00, .and a GULF INSURANCE ,
ments stop. : ginnaire in Clewiston should turn to
never repay. They have saved me :,
Seed Sweet Potatoes : home as long as it lives.
world for civilization the editorial page and read this mas.
-fighting tor

God and Home and Native Land." Should Be SelectedAt A faded letter, "written 200 J years COMP ANYS SALES terpiece. _
By law; automobiles used in en-
'I'uis is jest as true' louay U:5V u a Time>! Of Digging ago by llarVashington, mother or forcing traffic regulations in California -

he said it, and he meSH"every; word the UhT.ed' States, brought 1,450 at must bo painted white.A OVER $2,000,000 ED BUTLER DEFEATS O
of it. a recent auction sale in Philadelphia, ROBERT TURNER
GAINESVILLE. Fla.-Seed sweet t-

The :American Legion doesn't know potatoes should be selected at digging Pa. land turtle, with the date "1827"

its own strength If World War I Proves That Business In (Continued from Page 1))
every time, since that is the time to ; carved on Its shell, was found near
Authentic reports reveal that all
Veteran that belongs to belong, would eliminate trouble from such diseasesas New Lexington, Ohio, by Jacob Den- Florida Is ,Here If
the big narcotic factories in Europeare : I :
belong, it wouldn't be long until mosaic and stem lot, and to select ny. iston Company ticket and wag con-

they would own the earth and .the the best tubers from the best hills, working day and night to sup- GoneJACKSONVILLE After. ceeded the election early in the week.

fullness thereof, if they wanted it. ply file illicit "dope" traffic In the Robert Turner is one of the best
Erdiuaii West, raycologist at the Dr. Ayres' Stradley, 90 years old] ,
in the grand old United States, and Florida Experiment Station United ,States. .. '. Fla., Oct. 2'J.- known men In Clewiston having been
points of Longmont Col., has been a prac-
have a .second mortgage on tile balance out. -- ticing physician for 69 }'ears'and is More than doubling the"quota of connected with the Clewiston Motor

of the Universe. Bedding tubers should be saved Twin sons, Born to her in dillerent still going strong. $1,000,001) In new business in six daysJ. I Company and the Alston Drug Store,

I am not towns, was the very unusua'l mater- Jr: of the Gulf Life'. '
going. to write'an)' pa- from Chills that have made good yieldsof Frank Kelley, for the Past year.

triotic player about how nity experience of Madame .J eami Insurance Company; settled on his Mr. Butler will take office as soon
they potatoes that are of the desired A well that was drilled -to securea .

marched and fought and bled and color and shape. By selecting from Vacher. Then complicatfons developed flow of water on the farm of Burt home airport in' South Jacksonville as he receives his commission from

died for Old after the first twin was born with total of
Glol'-everYhody Saturday afternoon a _
knows such hills mosaic is practically eliminated Hanney, near Alliance, Ohio is pro- I the state.
that. What I'm obliged at the Vacher home in Noirmoutier in business-the resultof
to $2,111,000 new
inquire at since its main sources is in ducing a flow of natural gas lustead.

this crucial crisis is what they are the seedbed, and affected hills -would France, Madame was hurriedly takento a six day tour of the state on a -, "

going to do for THEMSELVES and be chosen. the Nantes Hospital, several' miles Police who found Manuel Calcro campaign to awaken the Florida .- 'e.: ;;

the rest of us, simply by GETTING, When the hills have been selected should be treated when they are bed dead of starvation in Havana, Cuba, busIness man to a realization of true

TOGETHER, I want to talk Turkey split the stem or crown of the vines ded. The bins and containers may 'be ,also found $3,832 in his pockets.By conditions of the state ,and fo route SUBSCRIBE. FOR' THE'CLEWISTON

to some of the Birds who belong to. and look for stem rot. A brownish disinfected with eitheer a formaldehyde the mythical bugaboo of hard t1m(:a.

belong, but don't! belong. color instead of a healthy white or or blu stone solution "Cue using nets, thieves were enabled Leaving South Jacksonville airport

Listen, Mr. ex-Doughboy and Gob! greenish color indicates trout Monday morning, Oct. 20th, the Gulf
the disease pound to 25 gallons of water, whitewashed to steal 23,000 young '

You may ,have all. the' dough in the and should disqualify the hill. Tubers or sprayed with Bordeaux placed in a lake near Madison Wis., Life plane, a Stinson monoplane of NEWS;;

bakery-all the kale in the kilcfiTTn from such McMullen Airways, stopped at 0
a vine would likely produce -,: mixture Before being bedded the po by sportsmen. the .
cabinet-all the Jack in the toolbox. weak, infected draws virtually every airport In Florida
and only tatoes should be dipped in a solution b "

but, you can't afford to high-hat the serve to scatter the infection. of bichl ride of mercury made byj I Because marriage is a valid cause from Pensacola to Miami, while Kelley -

American Legion. Yon may be self After the hills have been dug only dissolving one ounce of the crystals for discharge from public school at- as the Gulf representative was PHONE 339:

sufficient, or insufficient that In the bright, clean, and uninjured po- in eight gallons of water. They should tendance in New York, N. Y.. is Relieved welcomed to the respective communities

-.1 lIIIIUll fl'lr' nrlrle you will say' "I'm Koine!: tatoes should be saved as seed. These stay in the solution for 10 minutes, 'to have induced 483 boys and by civic community officials. t

1.my. own road." IT WILL BE potatoes should be stored In new or be allowed to dry, and bedded mm-)- girls. ranging in age from 12 to To I Early indications of success were

,NELY ROAD BROTHER. I disinfected bins and containers, and diately. ;> years, to wed during tile last academ seen when stopping the second night


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k. ... PAGa :- RCE
ii' I
J' 1 The Freshman" "Safety' Last" andVelu'ome -- -- .." -
'i den.A with enough soap or soap Jelly :he state '',]
1 : Danger. The last-named lies r1hCJf' m.
( ( c little plant 'called Llnarla morro- (mado h.' mcT. s ,' ca'o."i ana ,
: ; '.
? j 1'0 ,
naisoap "
J I His : c" T.J .. ,
;; was first talkie.] canna Is nti "V i .aau can
'I winter iloweriug in about their own /]
;;;LtJ-ca 'J He bulk: of boiling given It under
= C? f -== is playing in his second talkie, annual. Seeds of mixed colors V"f''l: *O r 'S .
.', () "Feet First." at the'Kettlsr 'ineatre should be obtained and planted directly !' i" rl".,,' '' ..' I i ;: ) i"" ::,:jk ea one of the .-:
: ; :' -
Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 36y for an entire weeU: starting TUfday. to the garden. throw ', fntrI!s,* mttr.I3s.* h.1.: tt; j crninucut state 'sn- ,\
J lst dryand t i. ixr/j-eil '
.' Lupines ,. i.oautillcatifm' Us
-- -- are excellent winter garden 1-. >:> -ir with; n sunv'i 't.ISi i ( v-nys.; high- .,)
of Miami was subjects where the land is free broorkcpeat If: no<' s'< ; \ "
Mr. C: J. Gontermnn relatives. iiry. A. er- .r.l il\ay '\
By Johnson bt'antiimtiulm
Spuds of root-knot. They should ia an mm1ioitaiat "
) ; be planted ward", TTitrcvi'; .J
in Ciewlston Monday ou i smess. 1 :'J1Hn"nin'11(( water -
', item
: : on the
where program "j
they are expected to of tile
', -- } Miss Boncile Stone. t ijin ,
? Mr. Casey XA'i URAL ADVANTAGES Semi-Anuuai :1
ami! thinned btatewuie Jdeautincuiion
to IS Inches. ; -
'::::/ Mr. and Mrs. John Mowry \vero Jones and Mrs. I. H. Stone spent WILL HELP FLORIDA his nc.nove'J<111 Paper StainsTo Conference to be :
talk. I IK-hi in
". t-} :. week-end visitors to Miami the past I! Sunday of the past week in Palm BECOM DAliT: STATE I remove grease and oil stains Jacksonville on" November ; th" ,r j.

: week. Beach as guetss of relatives.Dr. :' / from walr( pa .o.. ioKl! a piece of blotting says Mrs. Jennings.
f \7e;
;?' HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESiELICTOUS nave unexcelled "
paper and In file
That ] mid t
Florida Is on the threshold of spread roadways. and the beautiti- '::j

t. ;;'. '. ," Mr. '''MarvIn Taylor of Felcla: was and Mrs. S. J. Simmons Jr.,, anew era in dairy development was I pipe c lity' O'-!! French i < ha lie. Stitchor cation interests of the state feel that .
'" '
': .. In' Clewiston Sunday. are the happy parents of a tine baby I the statement made by J. A. Frohock ? DISHES pin the rrtnos! to-'cthsr to J keep the it is time to give some concerted .

", ".,-.: .. boy which arrived Friday at tne tj secretary of the "Florida. Gurnsey MADE OF CHAVOTES I Iuutte'rect i chalk from falling out. Lay this over thought to\Vard making this work a :']'\

-,' Mr. and Mrs. Louis :Morgan and hospital in Arcadia The bay has: /j Cattle Club, in speaking to visitors the grease spot and apply a hot iron. Dart of their nininfotion'nj -

children motored to LaBelle Sunday been named S. J. Simmons III. at the first annual auction sale 'ot ChsyolesCut ; : taking care not to scorch the paI) 'r. II j "Two states are now providing su-

::: afternoon. Mrs. Morgan, was guest 01 the State Dairymen's Association at tilt: young tender uiiayotob ill Change the blotter paper occasionally I pert'ision of heautitication without '

Mrs. A. L. Taylor. Mrs. Dan Allen and Mrs. H. C. Monticello last week. He listed timefollowing i>acea or cubes. Add 2 to ;3 tablespoons and If necessary repeat wilt afresh : sost to the state and three are "onI ':

Laud were guests of Mrs. Hunt in natural advantages possessed water to( i/revent bunir.it', awl l iron. i|I saseii in creating state systems. The ',
l : r The November meeting of the j Belle Glade Sunday.Mr. salt and Or nnle! n I thick : of 1
by this state which' will helpto :steam: practically m their pasta powdered remainder! twenty in number, are ail J
Clewiston Garden Club will meet Friday -I
:'" -- make it a great dairy state: own juices until barely tender pipe clay or French chalk and apply engaged in some effort to beautify )

: '-.. :. 14th in a joint meeting with and Mrs.\ Howard, of Missouri First Florida has a longer growing enough to pierce with a lork., Five it to the spot with a brush. Let It the roadside" concluded Mrs. Jen ,'.

the Woman's Club at the school motored to Clewiston the past week : remain until dry. Then nings.- _
minutes brush
season, or as he expressed Jt, be sufficient time. off and
house. A special program will be given and are guests'of Mr. and Mrs.V.. repeat it .
Serve hot covered with butter necessary.MRS.
more growing hours in the year IhaTi The Beautification Conference will
and all mothers are urged to at- A. Davis.: '
any other state in (the union. Second sauce made as follows: Rub 2 to ;3 meet in the auditorium of the Jack-
.-'tend. Mrs. P. M. i .
Wright; Mrs. Smith '
t the tate has an abundance of arte- tablespoons of butter together with, sonvfTie Chamber of Commerce. Four .
and Mrs. H. R. Hall will Mr. L W. S. JENNINGS
be hostesses. and Mrs. W. S. Harvcl were !! I I
sian water available. Third plenty ol 1.4 teaspoon of salt one teaspoon motorcades are now being organized .
visitors to Miami.
cheap land which will grow leed in minced parsley, 2 teaspoons of lem- to converge on this city on November .
aoundanco is obtainable. Fourth the on juice and pepper to taste. ROADS 17th. These motorcades will start
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shaw spent the I I 1\lIs: C. W. McDonald and children I
I II state is centrally located, with key If chayotes are old prepare by from Tallahassee, Leesburg, Orlando
weekend in Palm Beach: I: !left Wednesday for Daytona where,
'' ', ; cities. Fifth, housing costs are not slicing about 3-4 of an Inch thick BE BEAUTIFIEDFlorida's and New Smyrna. They will consolidate
,= .
I they will visit relatives for a week.
I I high, as it is possible to Tjuild ideal crosswise, pare and boil until tender. on arrival in Jacksonville. A
Mrs. Spicer, Mrs Leydig and Mrs.
I houses for this warm climate at Jow Scalloped ChayotesUse large attendance Is expected and the
R. II. Hall spent Thursday m Palm>> :Miss: Christine Lee, Dr. iMcArthur
cost. Sixth, milk truck can oe run 2 cups thinly sliced chayotes: Highways Are beautification forces of Duval County -
Beach shopping. 1 and Mr. Sam Woodham of Pahokee I ;
every day in Florida where the 3 minced green peppers, 1 1.2 cups One j are preparing an attractive pro-
attended the dance at the Clewiston\ Of State's Best
loads and streets don't get clogged I cream sauce 1 tablespoon butter. 1 gram for the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker attended Inn Monday night.
with snow in the winter time. Seventh cup chopped onions or 12 tiny onions Assets Today.
county commissioners meeting m
: there is. a good market for miiJc and 1 cup of fine dry bread crumbs. -
'. LaBelle Wednesday. Mr., and Mrs. H J. Kerr left 'Tuesday Drying Florida Hay
in Florida and local demand is not Pare chayotes. Grease a baking JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Radiant

I for Canal Point ,to make theirhome. titled by local supplies. dish and put in a layer of each vege roadsides to match perfect pavementsis To Be Investigated
Mr. J. E.
Beardsley was in LaBello )\ -
Wednesday on business. I He said that I'lunda dairymen table. Put over them cream and a national movement which is well

Lynne oiuidiug an nuiubiiy:: to supply then add another layer vegetables.. underway, according to .:\Mrs. W. S. GAINESVILLE, Fla.-An artificial

: .. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alston lelt Mr.. Grovcr Baker and Miss Frances ..I.u utauau". '-ioU taul \iierIeue:: : : -: Continue with the cream sauce, then I! Jennings of this city. chairman ot hay drier is now being installed here

; Thursday for Tampa for a few days to Ciewislon Adams of Delray Beach? motored" umcuviu ,cuabie; infill uvuii > lJ.amatu. cover with crumbs that have been the Florida State Chamber of Commerce and wul l be used in a cooperative ex-

business and pleasure trip combined. Monday night to attend{ \ : piouucui'd:: iu utHtr uairy 1iLal:: s. mixed with melted butter and bake Beautification Committee. peinnent netween me fioriaa experiment -
the ,American
Legion dance.Mr. .
: Ciller having liateu me auvuuiabe.accruiug .. In a moderate oven about 20 minutesor "Ten states of the Union says Station and L1. S. Forage

(, Mr.\ and Mrs. L. 11'. Noodly and to dairying in 1"lv4JIII a, iur. until vegetables are tender and Mrs. Jennings. "now carry on Highway Crops Office. The drier has a capa-
\ .
and Mrs.. Roy Alston, or'loore:
children! : of Chicago, were the week- Haven J,';UnU, -( iiiuii usteu me irn+..I.IllalJJw the top nicely browned.Savory beautification and landscape city of 500 pounds of dried hay :per
were visitors '
," to l1 cl1 have work entirely as a of their hour.
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. _J. E. ] KUIJL the muusuy lXuW Chayoie part state
Clewiston 'fuesd '
y. growing as it should have government activity. In these states Some of the first
Beardsley. grown iu Use 1 quart, chayote sliced or crops to be artificially -

the past. 1elil'st of these is the, cubed (peeled 'if old), 1.2 teaspoon the work of making the highway I ]] cured will be a number of

\ .. Mr. Troy: Puryear and Louis Morgan Dr. Buck and Mr. Stewart ,of Belle I r I cattle tick which is being eradicated ''sugar 1 large onion cut fine, 3 tbsp.butter beautiful is in charge of State Highway I I species of Crotalaria according to

were in LaBelle Friday.< Glade attended the dance iiI Clewis- from the state. After its eradication. or bacon fat and 1 1-2 tea- Departments. financed as reRTlar :. Geo. E. Ritchey, agent in charge.

i j- ton Monday night. this handicap will be amoved. spoons salt. highway maintenance anTI in I Roland :McKee agronomist in

: Dr. Ezelle Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Jr., The second is the low production per Heat the fat add onion and cook most part is carried on under pro. charge of legume work in the Southeast -

; and Mrs. Richard Small were visitors las Mr. John Bolton and Mr. Ben Doug individual coin, which is partly due covered, until lightly browned. Add fessional supervision. was recently here in connec
of Shawano
,: lo, Palm Beach Wednesday of the were in CiewistonSaturday to the cattle tick. Increased production he chayote" and seasonings.! Cover "Florida is included in a group" of tion with this and other ,cooperative

,.past, week.Mrs. : ] :. night. will fie! cfbtained by the introduction and cook until tender. thitreen states in which highway experiments.The .

.. ,., --- I of purebred lines in areas where 0' beautification is being attempted
/. ----1: ,: ... Garden Salad
H. C. Jones and Miss Frances! Mr Leland'Crews-of Ft.' 'thc.tick is eradicated. Thethird rh.iHilicap Use '2 cups of diced chayote. cooked through the efforts of various or- skeletons of two whales have

Monroe returned made a business trip to I is the fact that there has I fanizntions without state aid financially been found
been -
Sunday after a..ten } 1 cup cooked green peas (may be by geologists In Michiganone

days visit with relatives and friends Tuesday. DcnaUlt'j no intelligent breeding'program 101- I omitted), 1.4 cup] well seasoned ," continued Mrs. Jennings. in a stamp 10 miles south of

t J in ;Jacksonville.j I lowed by Florida dairymen. Tfiey I French dressing 1 cup diced' cooked "The wonderful highway system of Ann Arbor and another near Alpena.
W' "
seventh and "
should breed their -
-- cows to freshen in J
j beets, and 2 cups head lettuce or !!

,! Miss Ola] Petteway. and Mr. .Bob the Clewiston school] entertained a"ta the fall so that there will be a tree shredded cabbage. :,' r: "' .s .r&:, x.a- t' <' =J ="''P.i fAwr-

Hancock (delightful. halloween party Friday flow ol milk
spent Sunday in LaBelle. during the winter, when Combine the
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. (demancr is greatest and a smaller beets vegetables, except the I jI,j LAND LOCATIONSLet
and the cabbage with the
:\11'. I Ii H. A. Bestor. Honor guests were the I
i; and Mrs. W. C. Hansen have low uurmg tne summer when mite! e
dressing Let stand :20! minutes
i returned from an.extended visit with members of the ninth and tenth is a surplus. The fourth ami laSt me set your corners right and save :you trouble later. .
I to chill. Then stir .in the beets
j relatives in New Orleans. grades. A number of halloweegames handicap, he listed ,is the tacf that
were enjoyed until late and sufficient plain or celery mayon- Work done accurate and reasonable prices.
a hour when growers have not followed
an intel
naIse' or Russian dressing (o blend.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alston] and refreshments of punch ami ligent feed production program. It"is

daughter cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. R A. Arrange on shredded cabbage or on W. F. COTHERN
Elva motored to Belle ; necessary to cut feed costs per Individual lettuce Surveyor.
leaves and garnish with slices
Htc"enson.Irs.! .
Glade Sunday afternoon. They were Spicer Mrs. Fred cow, and this is hard to Ho

guests of Mr. Maxwell and Mrs. Jeff Bradley of beet. ...., ,_ .
and Mrs. K. C. Alston. were when using all purchased feeds. "-'" ':.1. J7ri'!' :r.M 'I''I.-.J=X:::::=-4:: 0'< '
the chaperones. French Dressing
Seems to me that fellow had the
Use 6 teaspoons salad oil, 12 tea=
Mr. Tom Shelly ,rand Mr.. J. A. situation sized up about right. WhaT '
Dr. spoon salt 1-2 teaspoon sugar, 2 to
S. J. Simmons
Plunkett 'was
spent the week-end in Orlando in Arcadia do you think? :
;3 teaspoons lemon juice or vinegar
Wednesday on business.
Daytona. They were accompanied PALM BAKERY
and a few shakes paprika.-
back by Misses Uee "\ PLANT SEED NOW FOR ;
Beat the above ingredients well.
and Evelyn Kelly. Misses ATTRACTIVEVINTEIt
I One half teaspoon finely minced onion I
Kelly and Marshal were guests 01 cu1i The FLOWER COLOR LATER Patronize home industries. "-
Miss Josephine celery green pepper or carrot your
Knight staying ovule There are a wealth of annual flowers -'
added to French dressing gives a

attend Monday the night.dance They at The returned ClewistonInn to ,'--'. PaInt CJ3each gardens which during'may be the planted fall months in Florida to zest and flavor always liked. J. 'BRANTLEY & SON

their homes Tuesday. Chayote Salad
I provide color and for
II cutting during
I Boil chayotes as given previously.
the winter. In a recent radio talk
i I I Mr.Frank Cothern : TheatresI Slice or dice and cool. Then mix with
I and Miss Mr- over YRUF John V. Watkins

I I! French which
cIa Avant motored to Moore dressing to chopped
Haven in horticulture at the
Sunday. College, onion, celery carrot or dill pickle
'AT THE KEfTLER mentioned an even dozen of them
has been added, and ,serve on lettuce I CLEWISTON FOLKS '
and gave directions for their cul-
I Miss Ava Ezelle leaves or on a bed of finely cut -
f. and a party ot Although most great comedians

friends from Alva were the week-en(t are said to have a secret ambition lure.The first he cabbage. Garnish with chopped pep- I -
per or parsley-Isabelle S. Thursby.
guests of her brother -
Dr. Ezelle.: to one clay appear in a momentously sweet pea, although it is' almost too '

I -- tragic rOles in heavy drama this is late to plant the sweet pea now. : MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES
I Miss Gladys Nowling, of Palm not the with Drawers That Stick '-.,. "'
case Harold Lloyu. the Next .
on the list the "
l i, Beach was calendula. Now te the time to the bureau
was a guest of Miss remedy -
Frances youth who made or ( inary"spectacles Good seed, thinly planted YOU
in boxes
0' Monroe drawer that sticks If It Is not
Monday ,
; staying over to attend his trademark, for fun on trio: sCreen.: and covered
I ,: tho dance lightly with sand and quite dry when returned to Its place,
at the Clewiston_ Inn Lloyd recently told an interviewer wet newspapers which are removedas I "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In 'the So th."
Monday night.Mr. that you will discover the spot that In
tragedy could be
never down
soon the
as seed
sprout were damp weather is likely to swell and
his alley and that ho would never appear some of the points Across Street Plan
I mentioned by Mr. Storage Space European
and Mrs. J. F. Tlppey make trouble. Take a piece of com-
and in a "heavy" role.
daughter Frances, of Canal Point Reason is that lIe loves to do boxes should be kept mon yellow soap, moisten it, and rub
com- in
-5- were in Clewiston Monday night and edy-thrill pictures and sun until the plants have from freely the parts- which are too tight.
never had a four to six leaves
at which
i Tuesday yen for the "deep stuff." Also, soap under the part of the drawer
they should be
But he planted about a foot where its; slides. Or apply a',tallow l-
hastened to reassure the
'where '
Mr. John Fourmy. of I apart they are to grow in the candle. Or rub the parts freely I I 1
Point, : questioner that '
comedy, howcVerblythespme a

'., ;.. was a business. visitor to ClewistoiiTuesday. a mission and in frothy the scheme neverthelesshas of hu- garden.Snapdragons and pansies are handled likely with bacon to effect rind.the But more the permanent soap Is ) Satisfy him with \ \ 1 /1r ty / $

: largely the same as calendulas.

:' Mr. Darnelle man progress. Comedy serves a high Mignonette seed should bo planted fure. Pure Guernsey Milk
Hall, of Moore Havenwas purpose; he thInks. Have Downy Quilts
In where the plants are desired and
I Cliwsiton Tuesday night. '"Comedy is positive and With use nn eiderdown quilt becomes
I the plants can be thinned
is negative, to my 'way of thinking*/ as they compacted together and loses from the 1

I :Mr. Sam Woodham. of Pahokee, volunteered Lloyd. "What does one! begin lo grow. Seed of stocks can be its elasticity. Take it out of doors, GEM

made a business t planted either in flats or in the open. shake and brush It
trip to Clewistoii gain by sheddfng tears over the demise and expose it to

.G' Tuesday of Desdemona? But Cornflowers, or" bachelor buttons sunshine for several hours. Spread it
grown in long rows of the same color
on the lawn and work
tile other hand-well, there's munch over it with

S.-: ./ Mrs. A. B. Best and (daughter, Mo- truth In that old saw about are most charming. The newer a stiff whisk} : broom. to loosen the

zelle.. left Thursday for their home at and bo healthy/ believe in "it'laugh Im colors and the double sorts are ex- iiap. Thus its elasticity may be restored -

Baldwin, Fla., after several days visIt plicitly.!>'> cellent for cut flowers. and It will again feel soft and

with her sister, Mrs. J. K. Petunias and sweet alyssums are
I Baker. For more than a decade TTarold downy. CLEWISTON 1 DAIRY COMPANY
for low
Desirable! bOJersr( edgings Clean
Lloyd has been Mattresses
I making successful
I Mrs. L. N.,, Smith spent the week comedies. Among his greatest hits The petunias' should be planted ,'in Stains on mattresses may be removed Sugarland Highway Phone 333
end In boxes
Avon while the
Park as guest of her sy..eet alvssum l
are "Grandma's Boy by covering them with dry
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-- 'pound 1 service of a subpoena upon whom
Cake I would bind you or either or you.
Inexpensive Fruit
(Approx. cost: 30c Ib.)., you and each or you, Fannie

1 pkg. raisins Elate, Evelyn) mate and baran Jtsiate,
1 pkg. dates be and you are herby required to appear 666Relieves -
before the said Circuit
Court c
P F Rr
1-4 lb. layer figs o
at'the' Courthouse of said County on Relieves a Headache
1 pkg. sliced citron trio 1st or Neuralgia In
day of December, A. D.; 1930, 30 minutes
checks 'SC
1 pkg. sliced orange peel to answer an amended 1 bill of complaint a Cold the first
against in three
1, pkg. sliced lemon peel you said Court
HELP COOKS BE THANKFUL It's "open season" for fruit cakes, 2 flour by J, S. Cottrell tHen and here to receive days.
: 14"cups
a season that sends the wise cooks and abide by such judgmentand
1 teaspoon soda 666 \ Q MPA
decree as said Court shall have ALSO IN TABLETS.
"PUNKIN PIE" gunning for recipes and ingredients, .
1 teaspoon cinnamon considered In this behalf and this
Speed Crust: 2 cups flour, 1 tea and the fortunate prospective eaters ,
not to omit
1-2 taspoon allspice ; you are upon penalty of \
spoon salt, 1-2 cup corn oil, 4 table- dreaming of knives with which to 1.2 tsp. mace or nutmeg Judgment by default being entered ,

spoons cold water( about). Sift flour cut a piece of their best-loved cake. I against you.
1-4 teaspoon cloves ,
and salt together.. Stir in oil, using The eating-season for fruit cakes 1-2 fat .,.' The relter"sought in the Amended ",,- u"rJ-.... "" ".""' -u_ '.;,' ."' ....'= ,- -
cup Bill of Complaint Is the foreclosure
a fork or wire beater and add a little is a year 'round one, but the baking
1: ot. two certain
I cup brown sugar mortgagEs embracinglot
at a time distributing it well so season Is a limited one, if your cakes 3 eggs 1 in Block 1&6 of Clewlston, Hen-

that when stirred the result vrlll be I are to ripen adequately and grow 1-2 molasses dry County, Florida and Lots 10, 11,

many small lumps. (Do not work up mellow for Thanksgiving, Christmas cup and 12 In Lakeview' Subdivision,
1-2 cup coffee Lakeland, Polk County, Florida. And
lumps as they make flaRes when and the festivities of the Winter so-'
wasu. luisms, ir' necessary, ana for other and particular relief in
baked.) Add enough water to hold cial season. said Bill set firth. .
drain. Cut dates into pieces vita Wet
dough together. Turn out on well- Not only arc clever women stalking : IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That
scissors. Wash figs dram "
floured board and roll half at a time. the fruit, the bowls and the recipes hOp. this order be published once :a week
Place fruit In a bowl, aad""sliced cit- MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME'A
I. tor tour consecutive WBOKS, io-wic:
but ,
Do not chill, roll only once. for the family's sake, they
1 I ron and fruit peel. Sift Hour, salt, October 31, November 7, 14, 21 and 28
Filling: 2 cups canned pumpkin, are making money with fruit cakesas
spices and soda over fruit and mix; A. D-, 1930 in the CLEWISTON
1 1-S cups sugar, 1 1-2 teaspoons, ginger well, individually or as membersof with the NEWS, a newspaper, of general cir-
finger dps. Cream the faif;;
1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoonsalt clubs-and son you! dry County, Florida. FEW
bur in sugar gradually, then the e"g6u r (SEAL) William T. IIf1I..CJoI.I CHOICE ROOMS
2 cakes when baked properly
3 well beaten egg yplks, cups Fruit '
Add flour and Iruit alternately -witn. \: Circuit Court Ilendry County,
milk, 1-2 cup' canned cocoanut, and from a proven recipe, attractively molasses and cotree. Pour the uatte Florida. ARE NOW AVAILABLE.
3 stiffly beaten egg whites. Mix Ingredients wrapped. and boxed, sell- for ?1 a
into a large paper-lined loaf pan andbake
in the order listed, raIding pound or even more in large com
in a slow oven ((275 degrees .i<\)
in the beaten egg whites last. munities. They may be made for as I .
for three hours. Makes tour pounds,
Fill pastry lined tins with the mlx- little as 40 cents a pound and witha REASONABLE RATES .
sells at the per lb. ,
'ture. Bake for 10 minutes in a hot minimum of effort if the prepared
.oven. Reduce the heat to moderate fruit and ingredients arc used.

(325 degrees F.) and bake 3U-4U) The Ingredients: You may buy EIGHTEEN i FAIRS WILL HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGSTRY (j

minutes longer. Makes 2 S-luch or 6 your fruit peels already candled and ,

individual pies.A sliced in quarter pound packages, BE HELD vVER STATE v

FRUIT GOBBLER citron, lemon and oragne peel; buy
1 Portion Salad: 1 strip pimicnto, 1 your dates pitted and pasteurized, s

pitted date. 1 mall piece banana, 1-2 nuts shelled raisins seeded. Ordinary DURING THIS! WINTER END YOUR LAUNDESINQTO

slice canned pineapple, 1-4 red candied flour may be used and you may vary

pear, quartered lengthwise, or liquid according to tasle. THE CLEWiSTON.

1 red apple unpeeled. The Baking: Use a paper lined pan Calhoun. County Fair LAU i'"lDRY CO.

Place the pineapple slice on end to prevent 'burning. Bake only in an First To Strat Its;: Winter I POPULAR. HOTEL

to make the turkey's spread tail. oven in which you can obtain an even I Attention, Snow-white speaking

Stand the apple in 'front of the pine slow heat, otherwise steam, and dry Program.JACKSONVILLE I nHht.. .. ., -face "on the la:.dry ,
apple. Place the section .of banana In oven. Do not bake 'more than 15 I ,-- question." '

(which has previously been marin pounds at one baking. Bake according Fla. Eighteen We will launder your personal linens ]

ated with lemon juice to prevent its to size of loaf: a one-pound lout Florida counties will hold ,fairs this In a manner men, that will cause THE WATANABE HOTEL

turning brown) on top the apple, fo takes 2,1-2 to 3 hours; a two-pound fall and winfer; twenty-eight will CrIticism to pause and pay a compli-

form neck of turkey. On this place takes 3 1-2 to 4 hours. have no fairs of' any kind; three are ment. :'
'.. .*,. M'RS. CLAUDE. DOWNS, Manager. '
the pitted date and lay on top the Decoration: Do not frost cakes un- undecided and eighteen did not 'reply f .. ..},I : : ;" -
: :.
strip of pimiento to make the "comb" til atfer removing from storage. Deco- to the request for \this informa- CLEW S TON I .'-.'', ,.,', ..

Surround the gobbler with a nest of rate with bits of citron, cherries or tion, according to the Florida State .

lettuce leaves and pass mayonnaise. almonds in fancy designs. Chamber of Commerce.The LAUNDRY, inc. : : '. .-- --:- -.:
"THE TRIMMINGS" Packing and Wrapping: Wrap cake Calhoun County Fair to be held

Creeamed Mushrooms: 1 lb. mush- for packing first in waxed paper, at Blountstown is the first on'the CLtMTON4four FLOR/DA
rooms, 1-4 cup corn oil,'2 tablespoons then ]In fancy paper and then box in State Chamber list and is scheduledfor I :

cornstarcn, 1 teaspoon salt, pepper, decorative tin or cardboard box. Tie November 6, 7 and S. Walton 6,20wteLaundrr. .,..,' -r...,, "' ; ""' ,",' -=- .

paprika, 1 1-2 cups milk and mush- with ribbons and seals. A clever name county will hold its annual fair November -

room stock, 1-2' cup. cream, and for your product will help sell it. 10 to 12 at Defuuiak Springs. 4A{ '4

mushroom stock, 1-2 cup cream, and Southern .Fruit Cake .,'.... Monticello)) wni be the scene ::of. the
bread cases or French Toast. Stem Approx. cost: 60c lb.) yearly Jefferson County Fair from

and pare. mushrooms.Co Cover, stems 1-4 lb. currants November 11 through the 15th and

with cold water and bring to !boil. 1-2 pound raisins the Leon County Livestock and POUltry .' ,' .0' .. .

Let simmer twenty minutes. Heat 1.2 pound dates Show will be an event at Tallahassee ',' .. ; .. ....., ._'--, .. ... ,:" <: ... .. ,7 .

corn oil in heavy frying pan and cook 1-4 pound candied pineapple on .November IS.

mushroom caps in this on both sides. 1-4 pound candied cherries MarIanna's Satsuma Festival has

As soon as tender, about live minutes 1-2 pound almonds given away this year to a fourday All 1eadIuiTIRI S are

sprinkle with cornstarch, add 1-4 pound pecans patriotis-civlc .celebration in connec-

salt, pepper and paprika, and stir 1-2 package sliced citron tion with the Veterans Reunion to

carefully with hot oil until well 1-2 package orange peel be held In that city November 'J!..I to /

blended. Measure stock and add milk 1-2' package lemon peel 12. Military demonstrations as well LIK
'NOT {
enough to make,;: one and one-halt :3 eggs as agricultural displays and general

cups. Add mushrooms, and stir over 1.2 cup fat amusements will feature the occa- : ,.

low fire until smooth and thick. Cook 1-2 cup sugar .....
sion.To -
.. J -
three minufes. Add cream, heat and 1 1.2 cups flour I date, says the State Chamber,I -'" -- -,

serve. 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg Research Bureau. there are no Fairsor '
I There can be oily'ONE BEST
CREAMY DESSERT :SAUCE 1-2 teaspoon allspice celebrations recorded for Decem '
3-4 cup corn syrup (butterscotch 3-4 teaspoon cinnamon ber. Other fairs filing dates with the Millions more people buy Goodyeara. For 15 yearn ,

maple, or caramel flavored), 1-2 cup 1.4 teaspoon soda state organization are as follows: t
have had the sale of
cream or evaporated milk, 1.4 cup 1-4 cup grapejulce Indian River Orange Festival at Goodyears largest any tire. \ ', :
salted nuts. 1-4 cup corn syrup Cocoa, January 15 to 16. More and more the public is buying THE leading tiaf ,.

Add cream or evaporated milk to 1-c square cnocoiate. Pinellas County Fair at Largo, JSn- ,

cron syrup and bring to a boil. Boll Chop fruit and nuts. Measure flour uary 20' to 24. (.!?

two minutes. Garnish with salted soda, spices and sift over fruit and Florida Orange Festival at Winter <

nuts, and serve. nuts. Cream fat, add sugar and beat- Haven, January 27 to 31.

en eggs. Add floured fruits alternately South Florida Fair at Tampa February -

KITCHEN GOSSIP with grapejuice and syrup. Add 3 to 14. W.n -

Your child, will Uiiuk his milk melted chocolate last. Bake in loat Lee County Fair at Ft. Myers

with less urging If you add two pan, which has been line with February to 21.

tablespoons corn syrup to each glass greased paper and oiled, in a slow ,Volusia County Fair at DeJ and.

ful. It doubles the energy value besides oven (250 degrees F.) for about 4 1-2 February 17 to 21. Extra Value that does not Cost Extra .

improving its taste. hours. Makes 4 pounds. Usually\ sellsat Central Florida Exposition at Or- ,;

Unsweetened grapefruit is ,now $1 per pound. lando, February 24 to 28. ,
being canned, so that those who sut- Golden .(White) Fruit Cake Palm Beach County Fair at West : .'

fer from diabetes may enjoy tills rA1>prox. cost, 50c lb.) Palm Beach. To be hell last week: -" / "

popular fruit. 1 cup seeded white raisins in February. ':" < : : {
: ;: : :: .
Not from Gulliver's lands are 1 package sliced citron ,Highlands County Fair at Sebring.To 1": ,
,>\ = ,
those giant dates you've seen in lan- 1 pkg. sliced orange peel be held the last weeK in Febru 4.40-21 $7.85 "

cy shops. They're, simply two dates 2 pkgs. sliced lemon peel '

pressed together before stuffing.: You 1 pkg. shredded cocoanut ary.Dade County Fair at Miami, March ?; ,

can make these "jumbo" dates your- 1-2 cup orange juice 2to 8.Florida. ;; i: J" \ ; :

self. 1 cup blanched almonds Strawberry: Festival, Plant ; 4.50-20 '/ $8.40 ;;,X')

For speed in oiling your pans and 2 cups bread flour City, March 4 to 7., '
>!: :'-
muffin tins, get a soft pastry brush, i teaspoon baking powder Festival of States at St. Petersburg ; : :, ;

dip It In the corn oil we'use for our 1-4 teaspoon salt MarMch 23 to 28. ; 0' ? ,
,' ,
nicest dishes, and brush the 1-2 cup fat .
Boil the brushes) in soap solution 1 cup sugar LEGAL NOTICEIN ,: ;i-;,,', 4.50-21 $8.75. .:.>;.,>. }- : .

once a week to keep them fresh. 3 eggs :' '.' '. f"

When you mix a iruit cup, youKUUW' 1 teaspoon orange extract. THE] CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE!: ,_ : ,: .. >;K"L :? ... ,
it's Wash CIRCUIT OF! ". .'.Y'
ituiiortant) tae, fruits 'siian raisins and drain well. Plat .
turn dark. if the canned i grapefruit i raisins, candied peel, cocoanut and I COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.FOR HENDRY .: .r' .l,:" ''- 'J : ,,. ((3 or 4 other prices) .
.. ..
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is put first Into the i.mixing bowl it coarsely chopped nutmeats in bowl. J. :y.: Cottrell, uompamant -- -

will form a' protective covering for Sift flour, baking powder and salt vs FORECLOSURE I '. .

the apples,_ pears, bananas i etc. over fruit; mix fruit through the Aaron Blate, et al, Defendants

The oft-rejected. carrot will taste flour with finger tips. Cream butter STATE ORDER OF FLORIDA OF PUBLICATION TO; FANNIE CarefuM Mounting Year Round Service

as good as It. looks if you cut the add sugar gradually, men 'beateneggs. ELATE, EVELYN BLATE AND HA- -
scraped carrots hnhat. vea, put in bak Add fravoring. Stir in fruits and RAH BLATE: -- -

ing dish' with a little salt, mace and flour mixture alternately with the It appearing .by affidavit filed In 0

oil, and pour In a hair.cup.coni water.; the cause above named that your several -
syrup and respective places of resi CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY
and a little boiling water. Bake Pour the mixture Into one large or dence are unknown and that you and

'til tender-and watch them digs P- two or three greased tins. BaBo each of you are concealing yourselvesso ,
_boa es in a slow oven ((300 degrees F) that process cannot be served

pear! Makes three pounds sells for $1 per upon you and that there Is no POI'I I .. .. '
son with the State of Florida, .J .___. _,__ __._;,._ : __ _", _. .]t.:_. __ .... _.. .. ;_.. .. -. .- _=-. ...:. .__ : .._