The Clewiston news
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 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00292
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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BENTLY KEEPS PROMISE TO COUNTY I Nov... V'-" :;:..;.,..' :_,.:....,..::-18.2', ". : '*.' 18.1 SECRETARY OF

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f[ z.. NOV.8_:.:.Cl. ,..:. .. ;.,-..-- i8.rm-. r AGRICULTURE HYDE 4

I THE. WEATHER : 1I_ Nov.- 9 :"..:. ...'. :::: :".t.:... 1S.O> -: -' .- .18.2 ,
Bids Are Advertised and *"
I. Novv10 ..<...:..:....:.;i....... 1\,2i : "V-2 '"' .
Contract Will Be Let Date Max MIn. Rainfall yt. ,Nov.. ..'11;. .', ...-. ............. .\\SS.. '. ,*. .18.3. November J 1 15 Last Day
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Nov.3, .............. .74 .
Nov. 12_ .. ..1S-2 182. -
Next Month. ., \
,I Nov. 4 ................ 75 56 -Fruit, : Will Be aspecte ,
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Nov. 5 ................ .69 4"4 c- d By Govt .

Robert ",. Dentl)'. chairman of the Nov. 6 ......,....... ,73 47 .. D. G.MCCORMICK ,. .. \; en.. _'

state road department 'kept the Nov. 7 ............ 71' 58 .

promise he made to a Hendry county Nov.. 8 ............ 78. 66 ELECTION Aft spending. ,over $6,355uOO.OO- .'
in : CONTESTS .to eradicate the'' Mediterranean .
delegation Tallahassee last month Nov. 9 ................ 77 67 fruit- {
regarding state road 25, through Hen- fly in the state.. .of'Flo.r. da, the Department -

.dry county. OF SELDON STEWART ofAgriculturo under the direction '1'- '
Mr. Bently made the following FIRST PROJECT ROAD ? ; %14'! *. of Arthur M. Hyde has' been ,
statement when a delegation from ... r in .control of:all fruit shipments_ ;_rom aY1 .
f Hendry county was sent to Tallahassee r y- -,Yr' ,P* ,.4j Declares.That Rider Has the state. since April 1029. t'..
.- The_ United Stated
t to'meetiith the road department : or'J
'T R' No Authority To '
last montn: -we win cau tar UIUS Agriculture- has lifted all restrictions_ .. ,.. '_. ,, I
for stale road 25 in November or TWO WEEKS Register -Voters. .. and the; status. of shipping the fruit .-

'. December and will start construction from Florida.' r remains, the'samo.as"ber. "j.

immediately thereafter." Mr. uentiy pG. McCormick the jje'mo'cr c I fore. the. fly was discovered.#. "

: is ahead of his promise ana the proj- Powers ConstructionCompany F*a ti. i ,,4.ta nominee for county commissioner! With the withdrawal. of thfc..feder
ect is now being advertised.} Finishes % from district number:: t\vo LaBel, al quaran.t1net ,th.$> picking up'.o all .

These bids will be opened next rp \. has filed a bill of:complaint contesting drops Nand:: culls vill be, discontinued..

, "month at the Pensacola meeting and Job On Time. N'tx7 .1 the election'of Seldon..L.. Stewart There, : ';will be ho further Chipping:

I ;. work will be started immediately. who ran on an Independent ticket orders required and after the 16th ,

Road twenty five extends from ., and defeated Mr. McCormick. in the the stateTill. be Iree, from further: .
; 'The first project on state road h aT. inspection government.The fo
West Palm Beach on the East Coastto general election. by the .
Fort Myers on the West Coast. It twenty-five through Hendry county r rb y ti Mr. Stewart defeated Mr. jMcCor-. fruit. growers- ..... in, Florida- have" '

is lh"e shortest cross-state highway in will be completed within two weeks mick had a hard time since the fly. was .
by sixtyone votes. Mr. McCormick
the state. Clewiston Is located approximately stated Mr. Shaw. representing the :tti ? was leading Mr. Stewart by a. discovered: i--; .y in' the state. l'fu. fruit 'has' ..'

: half way between Fort Powers Construction Company.. : ___ majority of five votes 'when: the been, allowed to be shipped'until it ','. .'

: Myers and West Palm Beach. State Road twenty-five, known as r: Cl wistori was Inspected and had: met the jequtfements -
.Ii- vote was. counted. Mr. .;.
t The bids now being advertised are the Sugarland Highway, extends I of .th0 Government.. "
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B. G. Dahlberg; President of the Southern Sugar Company was in Glew- Stewart defeated Mr. McCormick ..
for the completion of the road from around the southern shores of Lake Florida went "Democratic and the '
r iston last Friday and Saturday talk reo anizaU n..l\ r. Dahlberg is founder his own district by a majority of fourvotes
Bakers highway approximately I ten Okeechobee and makes a cross state quarantine was'lifted: ,no morewchancefor
of the Sugar Company and resigne'ej as one of the receivers to give,, more ( '
miles west of Clewiston to LaBelle. connection between Fort :Myers and I the'-ltepublicana to ,get it. back
of his time to the reorganization of life,Company, which was placed'. 'in the The contentions of Mr.' McCormickare i : Iff
This is known as project S06-B and West Palm Beach. i .than it was after the. civil., war. War-
hands of receivers .by the Honorable. George. W.Vhitehurst. Circuit Judge, that H. A. Rider, acting as deputy -
506-C. It was thought, at first that The contract for constructing the .mack.. made a. political. campaign pn .. ,
on last June 30th. Mr. Dahlberg did.not give out any information while here registration officer, registered '
this work would be let in two contracts their fruit dj.1rnghb!_ ,: fiy.' erlod. .. .- He :,
i first ten miles of paved road in Hen- is New the voters in the office -
but it understood that he left for Orleans. with several other men Clewjston of ':<
{ ,but the state road department the lost .
dry county 'was let to the Powers who are very much interested in the.'-reorganization of the Southern Sugar J. 'L. Taylor, Tax Collector, and that .: .....
f has realized the importance of this was defeated< ;and gave up ,the task ,
Construction! Company by the State Mr.' Dajilberp Mr. Rider had '''to'regls
Company. Those accompaning jvere Messers. Bitting. of Detroit no authority 'make
i road and has agreed to complete the i of trying to the state Repjib-- .
Road Department. According to in- and Seymore, of New York, who are members. of the creditors .com ter the voters, from Cle iston. i lican .
work at the earliest possible mo state. With" the quarantine i lifted
i formation received from the state officer mittee of the Southern Sugar .The 'effect., the contest will not
Company.. of :
ment. The road to LaBelle is now .. I on November 15th the, local fruit

I assured and the state convicts are of the road department the cause: any- 'other duly elected official growers will :bJ in. a'position to-supply' :. .

working on the grade from LaBelleto Powers Construction Company, Is COMPLETE TABULATION OF ELECTION : to }lose "'any. votes if ,the case',}Is decl'ded .1 the southern market with fruit ;
ahead of their schedule on this proj } in McCormick. -'
: favor of Mr. A : '' '
the Lee county line which will be from their groves, by ,truck.: This .has. .'

completed early next year This ect. :candidate ,has fifteen days to- .contest.. been one of. the great' drawbacks to ::
The rock base has been completedand RETURNS PUB ISHED | r TIME IN COUNt : election McCormick '
and Mr. is
I grade will be allowed to settle forseveral .. .. '* : the shipper as all fruit had to b.e'
months before bids will be the, only work remaining to be ,.bringing?' this part of the .law i into,1 shipped.. in cars and then sold( from

done will be the placing of an additional ...: ::;:,...- .- ; '; effect .fo..contest Mr.- Riders .actions 4' i
: doeS
asked for the completion of this, tjj ....., '.- I the car '."b y .truck.Hundreds o!, -:
bfjltj f'K stirs
fj&kfsgrader" ''_..M- .- '. _:: -_, v : coatof. ,,oil. on* the. .rock,. base_ .:_Complete.! .._returns, of the .; election,* ', ns 1n last-weekii.p.iper:' in>.reg1sterInglhevotersfromAClewiiston.it i I : i:" lars.? ,r vorth'.orfrult'*-* Jf is C shipped SK-rf <'to*S'!' Geor-** i .' tr "'-4 ... :

from the corner of the Moore Haven held In Hendry county on last Tuesday : Ray Hull, candidate for county I
The road from Clewiston to La- gia and Alabama every year by
road to Baker's highway.The are publisher correctly for the commissioner from District number
Belle is expected to be completed be- truck. A big celebration will be held
gravel is being hauled to the first time, In this weeks Issue of the. three polled the largest vote of any
fore the middle of next summer. I' I in Frostproof, later this month and ap-
F. :3:0 road and placed in yard piles to be News. Several ballots were mailed candidate in the county. :Some: very prorimately 4,000 people are _expected-

scattered over the road alter the oil into the county judge's office and the interesting facts can be gathered

!, WEEKLY. REVIEW OF is. placed on the present rock Dase. canvassing board did not meet in from this tabulation if studied very OFF TO TOLEDO TOARRANGEPAYMENTS to attend the meeting.

I Mr. Shaw stated that this work time for the publication of these' re- carefully. .

: HAPPENINGS IN THE would be completed in a short while District No. 1 2 3 4. 5. -' (6 'otal I CARLOT SHIPMENTS .. ':,

and they are preparing to make bidson '.
I:;I NEW SUGAR BOWL the additional' work to be done"on Herbert J. crane ................ 160" 42 87 40 .. 36" '7 362 TO BE BROADCAST .-

the, road from Bakers highway to L. \Varmack .;......:.......... 45 '6. 24. '16 .22 2 166 Drainage Board Cannot
-' LaBelle. When this project is com ",
pleted it will save the automobile ,
Canal Point Mill Will Be R. A. GRAY .......0.............,.. 17545 84' 36 45 ::10 395
owners here many dollars on repair January 1. .

I Ready. Grinding bills to their cars.FROSTPROOF. Glenn TerrH.I .................... ... 134 30 5 7_' 32 3.6 3 292 Will Give Number Of .';;

Season Dec. 1 1st. .J. H. WhiUteld .......... ........... 136 ::23. 51 28 .29 : 9 276 Fred C. Elliot, Chief Engineer for Cars Passing Through ':.,

HOST Mrs. R. L. Eaton '. :.............. 121 27 50 40. 34 G 278 :the Everglades Drainage Board and
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With ideal weather for can grow- Eugene S. Mathews ......0..... 156 ,28 65 33 : 36 5 321 W. I.: Evans Attorney from Miami. Potomac Yards. -

lug in this section continuing during TO CITRUS MEN STATE SENATOR Florida, representing the Drainage "

the past week,, the sugar cane in the George L. Babcock ,..,.....,,... 67 18 20 12 17 4 138 Board, left for Toledo, Ohio, last An announcement of interest, to '.

fields 'is fast approaching the harvesting Arthur Gomez .....:................ 118" 37 96 52 43 3 352 week to.try to make financial arrangements all growers on the East Coast of .:,
ON NOVEMBER 17 Florida, is made by Secretary Dale ;
the Everglades
season., These cool nights HE! P1tESENT'AT1VE! ''.' '. to meet

with very little rain will help to 1l.! L. Stewart: ......................1. 2U2 41 ...73 43 47 9 415 Drainage bonds which will be due James of the Miami Chamber- of o ,...
of the establishment in ,
Commerce :
stop the growth of the cane and al- UVUN'1'Y: CUl\ll\l1 :HU.N.t.at::: :: on January 1, 1931.
Farm Board MemberTo Miami of a field office of the Fed- .
low the juice to sweeten for the .beginning E. E. Kelley, District No. '1 188 38 77 40 .39 8 399D. According to information received
eral State Market News Service..
of the harvesting season. Make Address.C. G. McCormick, .Diat. 2.. 62 27 81 41 18 6 235 from the office of the drainage board '\."
This office will handle market news"
The Clewiston mill is about ready C. Teague Federal Seldon_ L. 'Stewart DisL 2 ? 128 31 49 33 52 3 296 there Is not enough money on handto
for the benefit of the tomato string 2
for the season to open. Several Ray C. Hull Dist. 3 ..,......... ,.17144 105 52 49 9 430 meet the interest and bonds due I ;
bean, and miscellaneous vegetable
changes have been made in the fac- FROSTPROOF, Fla., Nov. 11-Six W. L. Murray Dist. 4 .......... 3-1 22. 40 :'25' 43 .1, 163 on the January payment., growers and shippers in the Ever' :.;,

tory during the summer mouths. A days from today Frostproof will have Solon B. Crews Dlst. 1 ........ 131 120' '. 76. .46 22 3 301 In the last auditors report pu- glades, and on the lower East Coast. .t

I small crew of men are at work on focused the attention of the citrus Haskew Dist. 4 ..,....;...........: 2,4 .9 6 G' 1 5 51 lished by the Drainage Board the This office was located inVest .

the local mill, most of the mill crew industry on "The World's Citrus F. L. Dunaway Dist. 5 ........ 156 35 ,' 88' 39 45 9 371 question of meeting these payments Palm Beach last year but, in order :

]j MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD was brought for discussion by the ..
I1v'lng.been transferred to Canal Markets as Affecting Florida's Out up to serve a wider territory through

Point in order to get that factory look." The latest production statis- C. C. Carr Dist 1 ......... ...... '151 38 '81 40 4.1. 9 363 board. It was known at that time radio as well" as by mail telphone .1

"ready for the starting of the season tics of the entire world are being Drew Hampton Dist. 2 ...... 152 44 .104 .35. 33 10 378 I that there would not be sufficient and telegram; it was deemed advisable -

i i '. there, on December 1st. Word has brought together by speakers Novem Dave G. Alston Dist. 3 ...... 122 17 81 ; ;25 .' 39 4' 288J. money on hand for these payments.Mr. to locate in Miami this year.

I I r fI been received here that the cane harvesters ber 17th. E. Beardsley Dist. 3 ........ 98 31 .32' '20' : f 24 ":.". 5. 210 Elliott and Mr. Evans went to The service will Include: a short ':

1/ CONSTABLE. DISTRICT NO.1': ./.-. .::,,' Toledo to to make arrangementswith
I are being constructed as fast Frostproof is prepared to seat 3,000 J broadcast over station WQAM at apprUxirnately -

as possible. They will be in Clewis- people to feed 4,000 if so many como L. B. Butler ......................... 163 ;: ;'.:':.':.I.;<:_.: :. 163 the bonding company to handle II a. m. devoted to c-

ton in time for the opening of the for the evening fish fry; and by amplifiers Robert Turner ......_.. _..... .. 57 57 these payments until future taxes load shipmenfs, Potomac yard pas-

grinding season in this section. The to enable 10,000 to hear the -. -- could be paid. sings shipping point markets and

Canal Point mill will be operated speeches of Honorable C. C. Teagueof LEGION Ml HOLDS J. N. WHITE TORESTAURANT The state has always taken a very any other information available; second -

with day laborers and the cane will the Federal Farm Board, Honor interesting hand in Everglades affairs broadcasting period at 12:30 p.

be harvested by hand. able Nathan Mayo J. C. Morton, W. and always makes it a political cam- m. will cover all shipping and marketing :l

The capacity of the Canal Point J. Howey and Dr. Charles Northen BRIEF SERVICES IN OPEN paign talk. Now we are wondering if information received prior ,to

mill is only 6UO tons u lay which will The Sebring Rotary band will givea they will hands off and let us work that time; and an evening period at

be easy to keep enough cane on hand concert between 5:00 and 7:00' p. CIVIC CENTER PARKThe IN CIVIC CENTERThe our own problems out to the satis- 7 o'clock' p. m. will be devoted to

with 'day labor. The Clewiston mill m. Traffic regulations have been faction of the people who are carrying the latest marketing news of the day.

has a capacity of 4,500 tons a day. worked out to take care of as manyas the burden or will -they stepin A feature never before made available
local post of the American Legion restaurant in Civic Center
will be the broadcasting of the
No work is being lone in the cane 2,000 cars without congestion or and pay this interest and bond
held Its regular Armistice Day formerly known as Jack's Restaurant the
fields, the men working in the machine confusion.The money. We say they won't. You can'tget shipping point information for
II program in Civic Center park at elev- will again for business. J. -
open \ same day. Mr. F. H. Scruggs,
slops were laid off during the entire event is one of a series them talk Everglades Drainage
en o'clock Tuesday morning. Commander N. White has taken over the res- commentingupon
r ket News Specialist,
holidays just closed. The cane cars : of important meetings arranged by until after the first of the year.
I' are to be boarded both : Duff was In charge of the taurant and will: open under the name this servicest..1.t d: "It Is rare
up on sides the Associated Boards of Trade of
to program and about eighteen local of White's Cafe. that radio facilities are immediately .
handle the short that will
cane the Scenic Highlands of which
I be body members of tho post attended the"ser Mr. White is from Columbus. Geor VERY UNOSUAL MARRIAGEA available to the shipping poiui market -
, harvested with the new cane har- O. F. Gardcnr of Lake Placid Is the
vesters. It will vices. gia, and is an experienced cafe man. news representative and the servlce -
be cut In about six or President. Mr. Gardner will preside
II eight I inch pieces by the. harvesters over the afternoon session and Hon- Father Finnigen spoke briefly on The restaurant has been closed since very unusual marriage was that made available by WQA1I will

'and will have to be I the World War. His message was tho Sugar Company was placed In of Vivian C. Johnson, of Minneapolis be of great value to the growers ot
handled in dif-
a orable L. M. Rhodes of the State :
'' ferent than well received by those present. the hands of receivers last June. It Minn., who was wedded by telegraph this area."
manner the one used last Marketing Bureau
will preside
year over This service Is a nannual affair of was one, of Clewiston's popular eat- to :Wm. L. Kinsell. while he An experienced man in market
'. :ltt the night session. ,
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CLEWISTON NEWSPublished in after actual March control 4, 1U31.of The the new Democrats Congress WORLD-WIDE! SITTINGS .. I STATE WIDE MOTORCADE TO JOURNEYTO

will not. -meet until December, _

every Friday at- 11)31): unless a special session is JACKSONVILLE NOVEMBER
Clewiston, Florida. called. A' A,2 ]-2 pound potato, branded by winch will render! free service to injured 18
nature with a inch letter ."K", the motorists, according to a plan
LOUIS 'MORGAN .... Publisher The organization ot, the, Senate by I ........,.
initial of its owner, was recently uncovered of the American. Red. Cross organisation. -
the Republicans simply means that I JACKSONVILLE via
', Special.-A statewide Brboksville Dunellon
I andArcher
while .
Entered at the Postofflce at Clew- )by Thomas Knight -
the progressives will vote as Republicans motorcade compose 'of six sections I
Iston, Florida' as second class matter. .digging on his* farm, near Tiffin, O. to Gainesville where it joins ,meLeeaburg
the of securing tlia I' to. : iiis'city
: for purpose : will trek to on Monday -
: party. Section No. 2-B
:;?t-Va'n'ilal} upsetTl 50 T'0 markers originates
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Committee chairmanships and the : : November 17, bringing delegations
In court, at Kenoshn, Wis.:,. .MissKalherine _1tiui 1 statues in the 'two cemeteries at at ,Plant City traveling v.a

One Year ..................:.......'............... $2-50' majority number of, places for Republicans Perkinson, !)O. :yearsold;; t U trawaavlal 1'a. "-, from all sections of the State Dade City and Bushnell to join the

... ............. 150 on the committees, and for to the fifteenth semi
Six: Mouths ...... ............ identified her signature as a witnesson -annual state Leesburg section at Bellevlew, just
Three Months ...................,............ .75 the distribution of the political pat I i wide! beautification Conference which south of Ocala. Section No. :a
will mnde 68 :ago.Alter.standing cornea
a years
lonage among the favorites of the i j i'' Because lie has four wives, 27-year; convenes here in the Chamber of from Orlando via Sanford '

ADVERTISING RATES Senators.. The story of Republican s | old_ Ralph 0. ;Iwelgun: of Bladensburg Commerce auditorium on Tuesday Crescent Deland
cents inch. No discount idle for 2 years because City, Palatka and {Green
Forty-five per : '
Ivld. is
control"ends then and there; because serving a sentence of 18 morning November 18 to discuss Cove Springs.
for plates. No special position I ol needed repairs, a clock 'm months in the Maryland in Central and
history for a dozen'years proves Penitentiary State beautiflcation legislation, high South Florida
guaranteed. All advertising copy Santa Monica, Cal.. started to run for bigamy. may choose"one or
there are always enough progressives beautification and kindred
way topics three sections with
must be in this office on Wednesday when it was jarred by a light eartur which to make
willing to- vole with the Democratsto the .
trip, joining the
issue of recently.When I one most convenient
before paper. quake,
put the1 Administation! and the I An' SU-foot trom the historic '
---.:- t spar i "Response from all parts .of the to them..

LUCKY HENDRY President "in a hole." In consequence a female passenger ;attempted uait1O" .:';hip, -ulu ironsides, will! serve I State in the motorcade," sa.ysIrs.. ."The East Coast delegations will

Democratic policies will prevail. as the flagpole on a school at Topeha Y. S.
-- to leap from his airplane while I I Jennings, chairman of the arrive at the convention iu Section.
The House 'is so close that the Kansas. State Chamber of Commerce No. 4 which will '
While other counties over the state flying at an altitude of 500 feet i beatiti- begin at New Smyrna
that in
their bonded obligations deaths and vacancies occur W. Pilot Daish I fication committee which Is sponsor and travel via St. Augustine to
are striving to meet over Sydney, N. S. '.
and pay the interest due on so large: a membership may result in delivered a blow on the woman's chin I .,.Tlie number of persons-men, women ing the motorcade, "give promise oi Green Cove Springs where It will

cither the Republicans or Democratssecuring" .and children-directly) effectedby oT
the join
one largest and most concerted the Orlando section
route to
the" boom days she
bonds floated 'during that ]knocked her unconscious,
f the organization, with the the unemployment situation in the
movements of its kind Jacksonville.! Cities
ever car from :\
in FloridaHendry county is going remaining in that ,condition until Miami to
same result as in the Sc.natc--chair-: United States Is estimated at more Tied out in the State. Every woman's St. Augustine will comprise this di-. }
merrily along on an easy Street. Daish landed the airplane safely several th'at
manships majorities on committees 20,000,000. club, chamber of commerce and civhe vision.
During the boom days the county ; minutes later. A bruised chin
and, political l pationage. For example, organization in the State Interested "The sections
waS! in the hands, ol far sighted men was the woman's only injury. t. by way or
who has faith in Florida and their there are twentytwo vacancies in the r' When motor trouble forced, G. T. in beautification has been requested Gainesville will join the delegations

present Congress.The I Robertson to stop his ,, truck near to cooperate in from West Florida
county. They realized a period of ad- For the 17th time Frank Fristo of seeing that their at Baldwin anaenter I
well-known animosity of the icRlimond, Va., he picked up, from city and' is Jacksonville a's
county present to answerthe a junit. This
justmenl Was sure to come and did Champaign, IlL, is in jail for violation
inogressives toward the Administration uichmoud i Va., he picked up, from conference roll call. contingent will be met at Edgewood
ability -
not bond the county beyond its of liquor laws.
to pay. Roads were not constructed and the White House means that contained $20. "The motorcade sections:" continued Avenue' ana Slate Roar No. 1 by an. '

the Democrats will control legisla i Mrs. Jennings, "will originate at escort and guided via Edgewood (i
and additional expenses :
at high prices
Gas that escaped when a pet dog
Despite his SO years, Daniel Mc
tion. I Tallahassee, Leesburg, Tampa, Plant Avenue through Avondale to St.
not added to the county's
were the rubber hose attached to
Neil, of Fulton, Kan, works daily on
Nominal control of either the Senate I City, Orlando and New Smyrna. Each Johns Avenue. At St. Johns Avenue
payroll. heater in 'their apartment at Newark
his Farm and recently helped on high
or the House by the Republicans the entire motorcade will
will be in charge of a section captain be Consolidated -
These men have passed! on and other N. J., caused the deaths of Michael construction.
doesn't mean a thing'so far as legislation way I and will pick up additional delega- with the Gainesville contingent
men have taken their place as Moore, his wife and theiraaugIner.
goes. tions and go to the Jacksonville Woman's
en route to Jacksonville. On
head of the county. They have loi- .
I,. While Jesse Myers his
was driving
The Democrats have it. What they Club where the In charge.
arrival in the convention city all of committee
lowed in the loot steps of those who
will do with their power is a matterfor I automobile on a highway, near 'Me- the sections will be consolidated of the conference will meet them.
the well In ifs beginning
served: county so Jesse Moore, 30, died of- fright at 'chanicsburg, Pa., a doe deer leaped "This
to record. has
future history arrangement been
the two "Section One, from Tallahassee,
During past
,i\Iiami, Florida, when police raideda through the window of the car. The worked out," say11'3.. Jennings,,
will travel over. State Road No. 1
the counTy has met all of its obliga
dice game in which he was on- glass was shattered andle body of
"in order to the
give visitors
This section will be comnoscd
tions. A small balance has been accumulated of dele-
animal in
gaged.A the was wedged the open-
in the county treasury. era Hons from west of the capital city glimpse of this attractive section 01

ing. Jacksonville and to avoid tlhe heavy
anti from all counties' adjacent to
This be turned over to .
money will
BE AT new passenger bus placed in ser traffic of the downtown districts dur-
office II Highway No. 1. Section No. 2 will
the board when they assume -
new vice at Paris, France, recently, is "'After a Beloit (Wis.) citizen advertised I start, at Leesburg coming up throughthe ing the late afternoon. Most sections

in January. able to make 85 miles hour.' It I : for someone to mow his
lendry county deserves to be con THE STATE FAIR an central part of the state via will begin their trip at 10 a. m., and

seats 100 passengers; besides 2 driv lawn,. 32 men, applied for the job. Ocala and Gainesville. Section No. all are scheduled to_ arrive here at
gratulated on its ability to select men ;::" ; .
ers. I .; 2-A will 4 p. m."The. -
leave from
who. have the interest of the countyat TAMP-Florida poultry fanciers I ?.':T. J. Bryant, 6S, teacher of a Tampa coming State beautification committee -

heart and who are: willing to sac.rificc will have the novel experience of Mrs. Annabel McDahiel has servedas school ntar Henderson, Ky., }put a I Il Aguas, Portugal, a laborer unearthed ," concluded; Mrs. Jennings "anti- ,

their time and money for us l Kettle of kerosene on the stove mistaking an urn filled with old, Roman coins
hearing a chicken! tell them how eggs postmistriss at Packerton, Pa., for t. ,. cipates the largest state-wide 'co'nrer-

interest. These men are soon to retire are produced, at the South.Florida. 52 consecutive years. it for water. The kerosene some of which bear. the effigy ot cnce yet held during the seven'years
from office and a new board with
Blazed and-Bryant grabbed the kettle Augustus Caesar.
Fair, February 3 to 14, when the U. these meetings have been sponsord
the exception of Seidon L. Stewart S. Department of Agriculture placesits An edible mushroom that weighed I and ran toward the door. His hand by the Florida State CITamber of Commerce I
and F. L. Dunaway? will have chargeof :
giant seven foot mechanical hen 11 pounds, was found on the farmof was so%badly burned that he droppedthe Alter a search of several days for .'

the ,county 'affairs. Mr. Dunawayis on exhibition. S. A. .Joyce, near Rochester, Minn. .kettle and the burning oil suread John Martin: .and Daniel Snyder, aged

a member of the board, he was appointed .. over the floor, barring the. path di: residents of Warkworth, Ont., Can.,
to fill the unexpired term ot General P. T..Strieder, or NEGROES ASK FOR
Manager : I To save the life of his pet :uelgiaItdog {tie; 11 pupils, ''1 of whom was burned. they were found in an upper room of
Mr. Maddox, resigned, and was re- the fair association has just been advised
which was sentenced to deathon fatally. a vacant house Intensely engrossedin
- elected in the general election. Mr. that the talking hen, built by MORE SPACE FOR
a charge of viciousness at Washington a checker game. Both men were

Stewart is a member of the present Government scientists for the World D. C., Dr. C. F. Mooney and The old U. S. Mint building, at suffering from lack of food and sleep.

board and will be a great help to the. Poultry Congress in London last sum the animal left the city. New Orleans, La., Is to be converted STATEEXHIBITS

new board. mer, will be shown for the first time
into a Federal jail which will house The only lraiih-riding buzzard in 0I
No individual member of the board at an American fair when it is, I _
When Young 55 of Concord 300
Pereley prisoners. the world is claimed by Lula, Ga. The

can claim credit for the successful brought to Tampa in February. N. II., drove his automobile too bird, tamed and owned by- Gold Tale Will i Show State Their

operation of the county. This must be close to a railway crossing, a speed A ferry service. operated' for 100 meets all railway' trains, alights on I

shared alike and the News wishesto Iho big !hen, uiechtiiiiwailoyoia.: : .*.- Progress DuringPast
ing train clipped off the radiator, years, has been replaced by a $240 the root of a car, rides for several
congratulate the present membersof ed, shows the scientitio dissemination Two Years.
hood, motor, front wheels and head- uuu ,bridge over the Trinity River, miles beyond the town's boundaryand I -
the Board of County Commissioners of lood Uirough the various. organisms
lights of the car and scattered them near Madlsonville, 'T exas. then flies home.

and we hope that the new board of the body, including the over a quarter-mile area. Young, who ______ I \.l\IP..A.-Appeal for more spaceto

will administer the affairs of the, egg laying process. The heart represented .;' remained sitting )u' his decapitated After a hold-up man fired a shot Stephen Woods, 35ear old war house the added number of exhibits

county in the same business like by a duo valve pump, the gizzard automobile, was uninjured. at Earl Walker, at Detroit, Mich., I they have secured for their
veteran, of "Washington, D. C., has
manner the old board used. the grinding equipment, the Walker picked the bullet off his vest. exposition Superintendent W. ju-
Ii" been arrested 151 times, served :sentence : -
The present members of the board crop, stomach and all intestines are Rebuilding of the historic city f pt The imperfect cartridge failed to totaling S and paid 2010 ,- itobe and A. A. Turner of the ,A. and
are W. L. Murray chairman. SeldonL. Known in operation. While the digestive I exhibits have
Wiiliamsburg, Va., as a national give the lead missile sufficient forceto M. College, director of ,
in fines since 1919.
Stewart, H. L. Delaney, F. L. Dun-) organs are functioning, a speak shrine has been made possible by a penertate the clothing. arrived in Tampa to begin preparingthe

away and' W. C. Hooker The new ing device explains the operation and contribution of $10,000,000 given'to negro building for the 1931 South

members are Solon G. Crews. Seldon I the value of various foods. The number ward the project by John D. Rockefeller The $375,000 bequeated, to Pomeroy Sheriff Horace Logan cut his in Florida Fair and Gasparilla Carnival

L.. Stewart, F: L. Dunaway, E. E. Kelley of eggs the mechanical hen pro Jr. Ohio, by W. C. Plantz, who died."recently vestigation very short when he lifted February 3 to 14.

,- and Ray C. Hull. duces is regulated "by the food con will pay all of the city's debts the lid from a suspicious-looking box The negro division of the fair will

sumed the demonstrations.The on the roof of a chicken house, near far than during -
be any preceeding
during larger
in its
A bunch of Muscatel grapes, and leave a surplus treascry.

4 Democrats Control Congress talking hen will be just one ot iug 39 pounds and measuring Weigh-I Richmond InQ., and found instead it contained of year,. Supt. those advised lair
of bees
the many educational features that steal aado thousands directors. Strong cooperation from all
es in lengtn, grown near jjrllS cl., Thieves who attempted to '

the department of agriculture is sending Belgium, is oa exhibition at'a horticultural I :' ; aerial from a house in Cortland the illegal !liquor he expected to ,un- counties throughout the state, fittingly -

Both Houses of Congress, no matter to the South Florida Fair" Wash- cover. the achievements of
Y. Ole wire 'vigorously' portraying
I show m Newark, N. J. Mhe j N. pulled
\ how they are organized, will be I ington officials advise Mr. Strieder. is valued dislodged tr.a chimney: to' the race, will aid in making the display -
bunch of grapes at ? i>4. 1 th'.t: they :
1I I The Imlay filling station, at Zanes- this year the most pretentious
"THE WORMS ARE THERE -- \'hica it was a'ttuehed. \
I Five-year-old Lawrence Mahler yule, Ohio, has been robbed 12 timesin In the history of negro activities at

the last 12 months. the South Florida Fair. Every avail
.... dragged himself across several vacant Recently., before, a crowd of 2,500

(A Worthwhile. 'Editorial Selected-by the National Editorial Association) lots to his home in Fresno, Cal.: spectators, at the University of New able foot of space in theh uge negro

Said the little red rooster, "Gosh all hemlock things are 'tough. after his left foot was crushed 01:. fork, the entire sophomore class After the automobile in which they building will be crowded to capacity..

Seems. that worms are getting scarcer, and I cannot find enough.What's I I by a railway train. ti ducked C50 freshman, singly) in a were riding was hit and! dragged a A. and M. College of Tallahassee 0
train, strong in the program ol
short distance by a freight will figure
become of all those fat ones Is ,a mystery to me; horse trough.
Miller and her 3 childrenof the negroes this year. The college
Mrs. II. F.,
There An illicit whiskey still that hada
were thousands through the rainy spell-but now where can they be?
either by Elyria, 0., crawled from the band, an orchestra and a grqup or
capacity of 10,000 gallons a day, Long distance weddings: '
The old black hen who heard him didn't including a quartette, will
grumble .
or complainShe was seized by prohibition officers telephone; telegraph, radio or other wrecked car uninjured.A singers,

had gone through lots of dry spells, she had lived through floods of rain near llazelton, Pa. means are unlawful' in Texas. remain at the Fair" during the entire'

So she flew up on the grindstone, and; she gave her claws a whet, !00-foot pumpkin vine that pro- 11 day period and provide entertain

As she said. "I've never seen the time there.. weren't, worms to get." There are 1,000,000 square miles of Ludwig Johnson. of Wapello, Iowa, duced S5 pumpkins, the largest ment not only in the negro building

from jury service weighing 33 pounds, was grown by but in front of the grand stand'and'
unexplored territory in Brazil been exempted
She has
picked a new and undug spot; the earth was hard and firm. buildings
Louis Beal, at New Albany, Ind. the various other exhibition
shoe re
because he is Tile town's only
the little
jeered: "New ground-that's no place for a worm" I the grounds.NATIONAL .

The old black hen just spread her feet, she dug both fast and free; Clyde Ray, of Lamesa, Texas, pairman.An who on .

"1 must go to the she said claims to have discovered a new I An Irishman named Daugherty
worms, ; "the worms won't come to me. : I 'Vest
in Lagos,
method of exterminating ants. lie emergency operation performed lived many years POULTRY

The rooster vainly spent his day-through habit, by the way- digs a hole, beside the door leadingto by a physician; with a pocket knife Africa ,died recently. By his' will,

Where fat, round worms bad passed In squards back In the rainy day. the ants' nest and places a nar blmrpened: on the sole of ins shoe is filed for probate in London, Eng., he TAMPA

When nighfall found him supperless he growled in accents rough: row-necked bottle in the ground with credited with saving' the life[ of t> bequeathed a fortune of 3,000,000 to CLUB SELECTS

"I'm hungry as a fowl can be-conditions ill with laryngeal his 16 Negro wives and 50 children in
sure are tough. just the opening In view. 'rhe nats, year old( Billy Hinson,

'He turned then to the old black hen and said. "It's worse with you, mistaking the mouth of the bottle for diphtheria at his home in Altus, Africa.A. FAIR FOR DISPLAY

I For you're riot their own front door, fall in. Oil in : Okla.
only! hungry but you're tired too.I .
Murphysboro\ ,
.. Millhouse, .
bottle prevents the insects from
rested wbUe watched; for worms, so I feel "rA1\1PA.-The Florida branch of
fairly perk ,
; ?5 U. S. Treasury
climbing out. Samuel Lonetta was found guiltyof IlL, is the owner a
But how are,.% .you.. .'.. without worms, and after all that work?" criminal assault by a Hteuben11le(011io note designated as Series A, No. the Rhode Island Red club of Florida America
has selected the
The old black,.hep hopped to her perch, and dropped her eyes to sleep, Herbert C. Pries, railway switch ) jury which deliberated on The 1 and dated Mar. 10. 1862. Fair. February 3 to 14. as the Joca

And murmured- in a drowsy tone, "Young man, hear this and weep: man, of Cleveland, Ohio, won $67,827with case only 10 minutes. lion for the annual show and con'

I'm full of worms and happy, for I've dined both long and well: the $1 ticket he purchased in To prove that Florida has other more vention of the organipation, Mrs. E., O
than any
The worms are there as always, but I had to dig like hell tEe Cambridgeshire Sweepstakes Lottery America's first flying-undertaker natural advantages Grand Island has advised
38 of Pittsburgh, Pa., state, 'V. T. Belvin, 45, of Fort Myers T. Handy of
which Is operated at Ne vmpr- Ralph Schugar, Members of the club
? Oh, here and there red roosters still are holding sales positions.They funeral airplane equipped with a pair of spectacles officials.
ket, Eng. plans to establish a their
cannot do much now, because of poor conditions. : and a bathing suit, has established a will exhibit more than 200 of

But soon as things get right again they'll sell a hundred firms- service. camp on Pine Island where he expects best birds in the big poultry exhibitions -
Every important highway j in the '. be big fair fea-
Meanwhile which is to a
the old black hens are out and gobbling up the v engaged in clearing to wrest a living from nature
.')0 United States will soon be ',equipped Wheel he was
-J ouran, McComb 1 without using tools or weapons. ture this year.
Mississippi. with emergency first-aid stations a piece of uncultivated land, near


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r :Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Land attended resenting collection of -. ,,:-J
\ thousands
many ly with
cinnamon and bake. ..j
: ntn the .
: : the how in Palm Beach Sunday. of buttons .! \ CAR. LOT SHIPMENTS V ,. ;
:was a big attraction.
I sugar anl i but': v iv:o; 'l.t.lLL.tl l arc'

20d Ge Another Interesting feature of the the optatoes bio\\ned. i' >: "' .. TO L j." LHOADCASTCcnmucu
1 .
, == == exhibition this year will be the om f'ated'P, ntoo
) :\11'. and Mrs. 0.V.. Davis spent fashioned : ,{ from .'
competition. Gowns Bo .... ._.:'u:a. ..J.. ...a',.. .jj.ioi. -' }

Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 3G& I the week-end with relatives in Win- woni more than 75; :rears ago will bo 1 r.emt ..1.:...'. .. t..t ..'.:.., ..:it, 1$ .\- ,, -- .'J
ter Haven... worn and shown by those entered Jn sou.Ji buuef::"" .i :us,0iu, .nr. V. H. Mviioiton who ...
scilt, ;iiid-i small
the contest. Besides the cash prlzo v. ".'ic.tcitc"t t. =t Palm leach ouice last :
Mr. Sam Woodhani Mr. Clarence I amou::, 01 milk or crcrilll'i:; at until
ueiiinr] lor the SemInole Farms. Mrs. 'l'V.. Get7cn of Lakeland anu "or the best costume cash. awards ;;[.je.r, \.iil be In charge or tne local '1
Mayo of Pahokce and Mr. PIckett, oititnland I I smooth ant lightand' serve while '
i !
:Miss Margaret Dixon, of Wilmington, will he made for the best shawl hind hot: oaice and win personally I h \Ddie'the .!

Ga., spent Sunday In Clew- Airs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. P.I.. N. C.. were guests of Mrs. Hoy Green I 'V0rehl coverlet ? doll, sampler.! I I ,_. ,, biciadcasting and the Issuing of tho : .
.. : :
j : Iston as guests of Mrs. Bessie Cur \l light and :Mrs.: W. C. Hanson mo- Tuesday. ,....h __ --- marketing '
I MII" unn\ ; 1otncr nrticl or merit,. ,. : Through the courtesy ;
I 1 broth. LUred lo Palm Beach Thursday and ,worn mo!'(' thtni TT! rears aoro lC gra"D' tt"iJFll{ \ {y 3 & 4SE1 of the Miami Realty Board, he .

were luncheon guests of Mrs. S. E. CATHOLIC SERVICESAT will be furnished office space on the .
I Air. and Mrs. Fred Maxwell and
II Bryant. CLEWISTON HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ground floor of the Realty Board ";
chlulrcn. Van and Bush ASIDE AT FAIRFOR
1 Mary were bulging and will available fun any

t I guests of Mrs.: E. L.. Hayes at Bartow i\lr. and Mrs J. 1.tlowerr; Sr., u, Father Finnegan service of this character that he can "
I It..hicago will celebrate COOKING SWEET -
for the week-end. and \ir. and ..ms. 'i'. &. uoulermau Mass AUTO RACESDirt render to the growers in this area.
I. every Sunday mornin gat Suu being palatable nutritious I
F of bt. Louis, uie expected lo I The work is "lo be conducted Joint-
a. m. In the Community: Church un- the sweet potato ranks
% Mr. high in
and Mrs. J. E. and -
Beardsley arrive Sunday to spend the I
winterwith ly uy th 10l"1CIa tate MarKet
Children til further notice.: Mass will also be fuel value. II. produces ,an' alkaline Bureau .
I : .: were guests of relaties In '
Mr. and Airs. J. K. Mowery, Jr. Track Champion Of': and the United States Bureau of Ag- :
I Canal :
at Point residue
at the home which Is valuable
when thereis
Palm. Beach over the week end. I .
-'- liuultural
'a-: _____ of Mr. and Mrs. Sohck at 1U:30 er- an excess of acid in the body. TheV arId To Drive ;|! Economics. This service
Mis. Claude Downs, Mr. and Mrs. wilt begin on November 17th and the
: Miss Ola Petteway spent the weekend : Louis Morgan and Mr. Bob HancocK very Sunday. All welcome to attend., Sweet potatoes can be prepared to OR The 1 14.: I: growers are urged to watch for it and .
form a number of delicious dishes.
t V in Wauchula with her parents. \vere guests ot.:'Ill'. andlrs.. Tom take advantage o'f the facilities at-
Baked Sweet J
Smith, at Lake Worth Sunday after HANCOCK APPOINTS TAMPA.-Two days of automobile forded by the office.VlienMrs '
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,V. Treager were noon.Mis.. This Ts possibly the most wholesome racing have been scheduled for the

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. way of cooking sweet potatoes II
South Florida Fair
Gasparilla '
i N.I C. H. L. Roberts: espied

Baker Sunday. : J. G. Allhauds has returned HATCHERAS since some sweetness is lost when Carnival, February 3 to 14, It was announced something glittering in the sand at

: from Peoria, 111.. ,where she has been they are steamed or boiled.. Choose by General Manager P. '1'. her Bay Shore (N. Y.) cottage, she
Miss Ella Whatley and Mr. Prew- CHIEF DEPUTYNew smooth sound potatoes, wash well,
visiting relatives for the past SIX Strieder today with the closing of Investigated and was surprised to _.
Itt motored to Ft. Meade and bake in a moderate oven until '
Friday for weeks. contracts for the entry of nationally. find that the ,glitter had been produced -
weekend. visit with* Miss Whatley'sparents. I they are soft throughout. Bake sliw- known drivers.
by her diamond engagement:
Deputy Has Already ly if very moist and sweet potatoesare I
Mr. Dave Alston made a business On Tuesday, February ,3, the firs j ring which was lost 4 :years ago.
desired. '
, trip to Palm Beacli Tuesday.Mr. Assume DutiesIn program will be staged and. on February
Q' Mr. Fried Sweet
andIrs.. J. N. White and Potatoes '
14 a second prograln.wiII' be f Mr.' and :Mrs.: Charles Manley,
sons. Dick and Earl, have moved LaBelle. The raw potatoes may be peeled, .
E. L. Stewart accompanied by carded. Among the 'drivers will be both past SO years of age, ol Los
back to Clewlston. They have made sHeed.. and_n_ _fried._ ___, _o ri__A_ _cltnulri u____. Y\f__ f
.i party. ot mends fiom Moore Haven Sig Haugdahl, dirt track championof j Angeles, Cnl., are believed to be the
South Bay their home since the past N. C. Hatcher, former chief deputyof cooked !in medium hot fat until they 'I '
made a business trip to Miami the world. oldest newlyweds on record.
spring. Wednesday. Polk County, has accepted a similar can be pierced with a straw.

position with R. H. Hancock. They may also be cooked in boiling .

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent Judge George ,Whitehurst, of sheriff of Hendry county. Mr.: Hatch water until j nearly done and then .' t

the week-end in Palm Beach going i-'t. Myers\ In er has already assumed. his dunes as peeled, sliced, and fried in about one- .
was Clewiston Thursday b
over to lake: their son Richard, to chief, deputy under sheriff Hancockand eight fuch of not fat. Breawtast bacon i I
of the '
past week
on business. \
have ]his tonsils removed. I will have charge of the LaBelle served:: with the potatoes mates: : Satisfy him with \ I 4'IPure !

-- office and jail. Sheriff Hancock a nice dish. and the potatoes may bo :
! .!\II'. and Mrs. 11. M. Hare were I will! .

, Misses Ula Jacobson, Marcia Avant?, guests of friends in Ft. 'Myers over spend the majority of his time m fried In the savory bacon drippings.I Guernsey Milk '

I and ,Mrs. II. C. Land motored to the week-end. Clewis ton during the grinding season Sweet Potato Croquettes

I l Moore Haven Friday night to attend and will keep busy handling conditions To 1 cup of cooked or mashed po- I s

the show. Miss Evelyn Hare was a' week-end I gas they arise over the countv.-; I tatoes add 1-4 teaspoon cayenne, 1 I I II II from the v 6tMt!

Sheriff ; n I teaspoon flour 1-4 salt l-'i ,
guest of Miss Joy Willingham. of Hancock was appointed by teaspoon < I I .

Mr. B. G.A Dahlberg. of Chicago'wasin Moore Haven, the past week. Governor Carlton ater.the. removal cup chopped nuts or ground parched I

Clewistou. 'a few days the. past of_ Dan McLaughlin.. ,He has made peanuts, and 1 egg. Mix thoroughlyand

week on business. 111and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn; Sr.. I Ilcndry county a good officer and is shape into croquettes. Roll the --' -

I Miand, Mrs. Harry Vaughn and son, cleaning up the county from one end 11 croquettes In bread ,crumbs, 2 table-
Mr.\ and* l\Irs. J. N. White to the spoonfulls and in fat.
spent and Mr., W. P... Vaughn, ,. Jr. and son other. I fry deep
Monday in South Bay. motored He has had several Candied Sweet Potatoes
Harry to Palm Beach Tues- cases m court V S
.. day. rom the West end of the county but I Cut boiled sweet potatoes into long

Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. W. Tfeager, of LaGrange has been unable to work in this section slices. Place in earthen dish, and on '

I in Ill., are spending some time Miss Ola Petteway, Miss Jewell! due to the tact that he was, each slice spread 1-4 teaspoonful of 3V 3 Sugarland Highway Phone 333V I.

i Clewiston. Lowe Mr. Arthur Lawrence and Mr.George lorccd to attend to the duties 01 his/ butter and a little sugar. Cover the -
111 %uottom nf dish witI1 water. oust lifrht-
I oiiice LaBelle. With the new :
Smedley attended a show in ex -
Capt. and Mrs. F. Dean Duff I'
1 ,- were Palm? Beach Tuesday.Mr. penuiced deputy he expects to apply -
visitors to Palm Beach Sunday. the ,
same methods too this, end: ,,oi.

,. and Mrs. F. M. Wright and tIlt: t.OllUly.; ,liotiii.; ; iiia:0''' ins ileac* !!'

/i Mr. and' Mrs.\ W. C. Hooker and children spent"Sunday in Palm .juarteis at the Watunaoe' hotel while

children spent Sunday in Palmdaje in: Clewiston. lie ,
Beach. a
trip to La I ,
as V
guests of Mr. Hooker's mother.
1 ) none every oily ann win' buenu a ' -,.. '. :. .

I Mr., W. L. Lewis motored to Laleland : .\lr., and Mrs. Ed Utter. .of Miami I majority of his time' in_fills sectionof / tr :': : : : : .

to Spent 'the weekend locks, were visitors to Clewiston the cou nty. : .. :. '.' -. ,,',;,,._ ,,,. ifJ '.,"r.h w' t.: ,,, ,. ... :/ "' ."",Y"1.',..!J<,.< I' ,

h Morgan Messrs.and Eugene. James Morgan.Durant. Sanders of Ft. Sunday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Richard Small, who LEGION POST BRIEF HOLDS-SERVICES- j\ \ : :;: : : : : ': ;: : I :: : ,;. ::.t: t : :, .f : ;V':

Meade recently moved to West Palm Beach ,
I were Clewiston
Sunday. (Continued ArItANNOUNCING o'. I;
I were guests of' relatives here Sun from'page 1)) ..' i.:' .

Messrs. Bob day. '.: .
Claude the post and is always well attendee m '
Downs and Louis Morgan .
I made a No other = >
two days business trip to Miss Boncile Stone and Mr. Casey, program was planned for .b., .
Jacksonville the day. Several of the local :. '.:' '
this week. Jones motored to Palm Beach to attend boys at- :. .' V

the show Sunday afternoon.Mr. tended the legion program at West THE OPENING OFWHITE'S ,
Palm Beach. .
Mrs. I. H. I rt (
Stone Miss Boncille :
I Stone and Mrs. W. C. Hooker J. .E. Baker. Mr. D. O. Hatch : The school children and the boy .
I > were and Mr. Hackett: scouts, were in attendance at.-the Le-
spent Sunday at
In Palm Beach Tuesday of the CAFE
past Delray Beach. ,. gion services iu the park ; '

J' week on a shopping_trip. V

V Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stolls and chil- Dr. S. J. Simmons, Jr., Mr. John J. N. WHITE TOOPEN 3 V; '; (:J. N. White Mgr.)

dren Simmons and Mr. J. E. Baker madea RESTAURANT ,
were week-end guests of Mrs.Stolls' V

," patents in- Avon Park. day.business ,trip. to Palm Beach- Tues- (Continued from Page 1)) ;

I i : Sunday Novo 16P"r:

I, '.. Little Miss Virginia Laric had her lag places last year.

I '.: tonsiles removed Saturday at the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, of Moore Mr. White .
promises the people ol ..
', V Lakeview Haven, motored to Clewiston .Monday : ,.' :'. ', '. .' -"
Hospital. Her friends ,! ,' .
Clewiston :
are I' ,,' a first class restaurant. : { :', '
I glad to know she is doing nicely. afternoon. S u:>en at all times with good clean r '\'. '. : ':

wholesome food. He will serve short

,Mr. and Mrs.\ Barney Thomas and Mr. Jeff Bradley left Thursday for orders as well as regular dinners. r ., m

Mr. and Mrs. Carl' Berner motored Tallahassee to be away tor several iiis
appears in this
to Palm Beach days onwbusiness.Mr. ,
Tuesday to attend aj 1
issue of the News
j show. I I well in his new adventure we wish in Clew him ,COME. IN AND GET ACQUAINTED-COFFEE AND

I and Mrs. J. W. Treager lest lston.VOMEN. ...:,,

t Mr., and, Mrs. J. N. White spent Tuesday for Sebring where they will '., J. '.. DOUGHNUT FREE OPENING DAY. :

: 't" ,, ., '. Tuesday and Wednesday in Lake make their home for the winter. /
I ?, ton.Worth as guests of, Mrs. W. L. Slay- TO AWARD

: ; Mrs. C. W. McDonald and children 'E

returned Sunday from Daytona, *'la.f OVER 2 THOUSAND ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Bledsoe and where have .
they been visiting relatives -

children and motored were guests Wauchula of friends Tuesday for the past few days. DOLLARS A T FAIR S VV. CHICKEN DINNER SOc

Mrs. Cleo A. Houze has been confined 1\1rl\ _
? H. H. Turner left the past
.' to her home for the .. ..
past few '
week for LaBelle to be away a Worn n's
> : : days on account of illness.I a Department
: : month. Mrs. Turner will. take 1
': up some
,,<.:., Will Give Cash PrizesAt S V
review: work in her business course. : SANDWICHES : :
.: The members'of the Ladies Aid : V V V .. ,'
V Fair. .' ,
Society met al the church : ,
Thursday Miss
Matterson .
has arrived in "

:' Mrs.afternoon.Bailey Mrs.\ were F. hostesses.Mrs. L. Williamson. and Clewiston from Ohio to spend the TAMPA.-More than 2,000 will be 3 Across from The'Clewiston News-in Civic Center'Fi IiS.

, .:.. :'" winter with her sister, Mrs. H. M. awarded In cash prizes In tho wornen's V
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I Montgomery. department at the South Florida
N. C. Storey 's s ,
accompanied by ()
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February 3 to 11, Mrs. Y. It. .. .
Mr. George Smedley motored to Dr. .' .d" ,
and Mrs.\ D. A. Bourne and two Beazley, Superintendent announced : :
Gainesville Fla., to attend the Flor children ,
motored to Palm Beach Sat- this week when she "began active S .
' Ida-Alabama football game held in urday. SV'V VJ ? iie
1\, Gainesville work in preparing for the exposition. J'. ... .". V V
: ; Saturday. Mrs. !J
Storey )
'. .' .," After clearing away a flood of cor- ,.." '
was guest of her son, Norman, while Dr.
, F 'there. Mrs. William Bailey left respondence with prospective exhlb- ..... ,..

}-: : ..... Tuesday for Ff. Myers to be away ors from all sections of the state, ,

for.several days. Mrs. Ben7ley will begin a search for
: Mr. J. L. Coleman and sons, Monte I
novelty exhibits to make a special H
and Warren of Lacross, Wis., arrived Mr. and Mrs. Niles Olsen and Mrs feature of" the women's department | H ,

In Clewiston the past week. A. E. Schultz spent Sunday in Se- j
Last novel H
year a exhibit of button'
Mr. ,
Coleman will do landscape gar- bring.
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HOOKER HAS SHIPPEDSIX I QUARANTINE TO BE LIFTED BY UNITED tamed he markets.dutch inhabitants The construction will operate works to answer filed against n amended you in bill said of Court complaint Lakeland and 12 In Polk Lakeview County, Florida.Subdivision And,

by J. S. Cottroll then and here to
under the supervision of Klass receive for other and particular relief in

BEANS STATES GOVERNMENT ON FRUIT NOV. 15 Dursma, who recently returned from and abide by ouch Judgmentand said Bill set firth.
CARS OF decree as said Court shall have IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That
Holland with the plans and materials. considered in this behalf and this this order be published once a week
you are not to omit ,.fi4
upon penalty of for
Ih lour consecutive weeKS, to-wit:
: THIS SEASON Infestation In April, 1929. That the judgment by default being entered October 31, November 7 14 U
ORLANDO, Fla. (Specfal)-:Removal RABBIT SHOW TO against 21 and 28
United Stales department of agriculture A. D., 1930 in the CLEWISTON
all remaining restrictions on The relief
of sought in the AmendedBill NEWS! a of
newspaper, general clr-
r- Twelve Cars Have the Interstate movement of Florida now considers it safe to remove of Complaint is the foreclosureof dry County, Florida.
restrictions evidences its confidencein two certain
products by, lifting of the federal mortgages embracing (SEAL) William T. Hull,
,Been Shipped From the Mediterranean the success of the eradication lot 1 in Block 156 of Clewiston Hen- Clerk Circuit Court Hendry
,' quarantine on account of County. ,
dry County, Florida and Lots -
10, 11, Florida.CLEWISTON .
measures adopted during the spring STATE
This Section. fruit fly, effective Saturday FAIR

,- November 15,''was announced and summer of 1929. "

5 Few beans are being shipped from Monday by P. A. Hoidale, in chargeof Final decision in the matter has I FOLKS
Over 300 Animals To Ben
Clewiston according to W. C. Hooker eradication headquarters here. been reached, it was explained< only

local planter. Approximately Action to this effect had been re- after reports were received from field Exhibit At '

twelve cars have been shipped from quested of tho federal authorities by inspectors as to the results of an in- State Fair. THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI

Clewiston this season. The market the State plant: board in monthly session tensive effort to secure compliancewith -. .
has gone to pieces on Florida beans. at Gainesville last Friday. Advices tho present regulations in regard -
TAMPA.-Florida greatest rabbit '
: Top prices Thursday were $2.00 New that the quarantine: would befitted to grove clean-up. A gratifyingly WELCOMES YOU
and cavy shok, with more than 300 .
,V York., on tho 15th were received, by satisfactory; response was reported ',
: "
animals! entered, will be held dur-
Mr. Hoidale from Lee A. Strong, from section of the citrus '
Mr. Hooker stated that he was every producing -
i Iig the South Florida Fair and Gas- I The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel Inft South.
planting 40 acres In beans for the chief of the platn quarantine and con- area. In many districts nearly
parllla Carnival, S. E. Brlttoh, superintendent I .
winter market: and had'120.acres in trol administration, who wired that 100 percent removal and disposal of
has just announced. Storage Space'Across Street European Plan
r cabbage that would be ready to mar- the step had been, authorIzed' by Secretary drops and windfalls having been re
,Rabbits from nearly state In
' Arthur M.
ket in January. ; of Agriculture ported.
the union, with Georgia and Alabama
Diversified crops are going lo be Hyde. Other factors referred to as having -

planted in this section in the future : With the wfthdral of ,the federal contributed to the conditions regarded particularly well represented will beon'

stated the planter.. Car lot shipmentsof quarantine, the picking up and disposal by federal authorities as justifying 'exhibit during the exposition. Rabbit -
,fanciers ,are pointing out the rapid -
various vegetables will be shipped of "drops", culls and windfalls them in complying with the PALM BAKERY
development of the industry in
from the 'Glades this winter. This automatically cease to be required request of the State plant board to
Florida during the last few
k z.,! will 6e the only successful way lo of grove owners. There Isto lift the fruit fly quarantine include years...

>; handle Everglades vegetables and Is ,be no further issue of property certificates the bait spray applications made, .
Patronize industries.
the most reliable way to get a fair beginning with the 15th and during the summer and the voluntary your .

;:' return on your investment. the present regulations as to packIng grove clean-up: at the end of the last THE CIRCUIT COURT Ui'1 THE!;

With ideal weather considerable house sanitation, shipping per- shipping season. The campaign to YVULi'"m!; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01"" J. BRANTLEY & SON (i

acreage will be planted In winter mits 'and quarantine line inspectionalso bring about the spraying recommended FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY

.}", beans 'and cabbage. will be discontinued as of that by the depjirlr-ont was fostered by, COUNTY: IN CHANCERY. = ::- : : : :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::=::=:= =: ::::::::::::::::
J., :fc:>. Cottrell, Uompamani
: date. the Florida Citrus rowers ClearingHouse

{t:;: RURAL COMMON "SENSE Intensive field inspection by tho association, materials having. Aaron vs Blate, et al, Defendants FORECLOSURE .
;: By Spuds Johnson federal forces will 'be continued indefinitely been furnished by the State plant ORDER OF PUBLICATION ..

l in respect both to fruit in STATE OF FLORIDA TO; FANNIE ,,' -
board. Local organizations of grow- ,,;f-t_', .. ,... ,
and as
MANAGE POULTRY FLOCK the groves packing ers, county agents and shipping! firms BLATE ,, .'-...-, ,'
;: WELL TO SECURE HIGHER a precaution against the spread ot : ".r .
'cooperated in both these endeavors. It appearing by affidavit filed In :4. ,i '.p '

\ YINTER EGG-PRODUCTION any infestation which may develop Every part of the citrus belt Has the'cause above, named that your soy ,. ..

in, the future. Should the fly be discovered -, had repeated intensive Inspections era! and respective places of rssience ; -
r{' It should} be the aim.of every Florida by the inspectors, they will since ,the field work bras resumeu in I are unknown and that you ..nd MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME ,
;'; e:11 cf : tre concealing u/es
,. poultryman to manage his flock report the infestation to the state au- For : ;you yours:
July. most of the intervening pe-
so that process cannot be served ..,
so as to bring ,about a higher produc- thorities, who will, institute effective .
riod 700
nearly inspectors were employed upon you and that there is no person *

tion of eggs during the winter. It is eradication work immediately. Between August 1 and November with the State of Florida, the I a

then that eggs are selling for the The official; status of Florida in respect approximately; 600,000 spec'imens service of a ;subpoena upon whom A FEW CHOICE ,ROOMS _

:/ highest prices of the year, and naturally to the Mediterranean fly; after were submitted for ,examina- would bind you or either of you. -'
o i the poultryman who can se- the withdrawal of the federal quar- identification ARE NOW AVAILABLE.
tion by: the division, that you and each or'you, Fannie .
cure the highest production during antine, will be' exactly the same as it none of which was found to be. of the ,Elate Evelyn; Elate and :Saran: mate, -" '.. .

this period Is going to come out was before the discovery of the first Mediterranean fruit fly. The field in- bEi and you are herby required to appear .. ,' :'_:'.t "":
: .
; ahead. before the said Circuit Courtat *
situation is little different. At spection covered both commercial: and : ; -
a pres- the, f'nirtlio'isp oE said County on -
The following suggestions by the ent there .are 9,169,000, cases in stor- non-commercial properties, and large the 1st day of December, A. D., 1UITJ: : REASONABLE RATES ,

,I. Extension Poultryman at Gainesville, age, compared with 7,500,000 cases areas of wild hosts also were Inspected. '- '
appear to be helpful to those who .- ,
last year, and 8,000,000 for the five- ...... ,',' :. : HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS
,:would Induce their hens to lay at a ,
In announcing the lifting of the
year average.: In spite, of business .

more rapid rate during the winter. conditions consumption. of eggs is federal quarantine, Mr. Strong pointed SUBSCRIBE FOR THE t ', *. .. '
Pullets and hens to do their best, &
out that since the Mediterraneanfruit ,
4.6 percent over this time last year. "

should be comfortably housed. Pro- Peaks' and depressions in the poultry fly was discovered: in Florida! CLEWISTON. TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
vide x ,
plenty of ventilation but avoid ,
1 the federal -
business, as In others travel in during April 1929 : government : .

drafts. Colds and roup are generallythe cycles, and Risher' said he believes : has expended approximate PHONE 339

result of birds being in poorlyVentilated in the effort to completely ,, "
i ly $6,355,000.00 "
thaf the worst of the present depres- ....
houses.CIeanUness .
sion Is just over. exterminate the pest from the

Is absolutely essential. state. In this endeaVor, the depart CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL':' ()
Have clean: houses, clean biras clean
ment of agriculture has had the cooperation -

,feed, and clean water.: Careful Handling of the citizens and of the 666Colds

,. arasites, both external and Intern Of Sweet 'PotatoesSaves officials of Florida, particulary of the -

I al, retard egg production. Great Loss State plant board. Conditions have Colds and Headaches

Provide some form of green feed steadily improved, over a period of i is a doctor's prescription fort THE WATANABE I HOTELMRS.

each day. It contains: minerals and nearly a year and a half, and the

vitamins, both of which are essential. ilNES::: \'iLLL; JMU,-Caieful handling quarantine regulations have been repeatedly is the most speedy remedy known

Such feeds as kale collards, rape, and suitable storage are the modified, whenever the situ- 666 also in Tablets. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.

sprouted oats Bermuda, etc., are be moat vital" pro Diems of sweet potato ation was found to warrant. modifications t

ing'used by poultry raisers. growers: since over 20 percent of the
I and always in the diiectionof FOR ?ALE .
Oyster shell, carcoal and grit potato crop rots, G. F. Weber, associate "
liberality."It : ..
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should be available in plaat pathologist of the 'lonua Million :: ., ... I
oven hoppers.'I i is felt that under present conditions ,One Ruby King::! Pepper -,- ?

Feed a well-balanced ration. The Experiment Station, recently_stated. Florida products do not offera Plants, one fourth now ready. $2.00

concentrates consist of a mash and ,Care must be taken, n digging and menace to any other section of the per niousano'at farm. I'

scratch feed. The common method of handling sweet potatoes so as to keep
with the '
country.: .In compliance 'w. OT-CHANE,
feeding Is to have: large open hop them free of bruises, blemishes and clean-up requirements of the federal
pers in which the dry mash Is put. digger cuts. Sort ,the potatoes care regulations there has been an almost

The birds can consume this _dry mashal fully before storing them, and throw complete removal and disposal of -

Iday. Provide a non-wasting hoPper out all that are spotted or unsound. dropped fruit, throughout the citrus Special

and one that can be cleaned. Disease spores enter through cuts or growing areas of the state. Shipping -1e PAUL TKAaSProposition !IN

Place the water fountain the bruises.
firms and packing, houses have also + on
mash hopper. will Induce a The following rots, caused by fungi -
This without exception
conformed, practically New Heavy Duty .,
greatter mash consumption.The are described by Dr. Weber as
to the provisions covering !
.' /L3 $ Goodyear All-Weathers
grain or scratch feed is fed the main rots causing losses to the issue of permits and like matters it I fctaiT
Ask for
either once or twice, a day. If (Twice Florida sweet potato'grower: is announced, therefore, that effective r

feed only a small amount in the "Soft rot Is very common. The po. November 15, 1930. the last federal

morning and the greater part at tato becomes soft, wet and mushy restriction on the interstate move- u4LRETURNED
night. quickly after being dug and stored I BUY
ment of Florida products will be litt- NEW-from o
and if is often covered by a grayish, ed through the removal of the federal O

ENOUGH TURKEY FOR hairy .moly. It spreads rapidly from quarantine on account of the Mediterranean THE CLEWISTON YOUR GOQDYEARS NOW!

one potato to those around it. This fruit fly in Florida, in accordance -

is the worst storage rot known. with request of the State LAUNDRY CO.. I, Lowest Fall Prices in Tire History
SAYS "Black rot Is characterized by --
plant We're happy to serve you in oUr
greenish, black, circular smooth, depressed -

spots. Often black dots develop Snow-white way. We wash fine fabrics ..t JLatest Goodyear Pathfinder Tires

STATEJUREAUGAINESVILLE In the center of these spots DUTCH TO BUILDA and 'linens with the utmost care. .s.. FallOversize Balloons Big Oversize

which are not deep and which rarely a 4 Ply | 6 Ply Cords ,

Fla.-There will be penetrate the heart of the potato REAL CITY t 4 Ply

turkey enough to go around this fall This rot is serious and common. I ... CLEWISTONLAUNDRY YfTf1'' 1 1I ar

and winter, according to the '. I a .. 440-21 .. .. 450-21
United "Dry rot usually begins at the end IRC. .. h
States Bureau of Agricultural Economics of the potato, producing a firm brown EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA, ST.CLEWSTON .... 56.00 .. ... $9.70( na y aE ''

F. W. Risher, State Marketing rot. It spreads slowly and eventually
.. '450-21 .. .. 60U20 ..
recently stated in an address involves the whole potato. The inner I I
over WRUF. While In the Spanish Art And Industrials OIUDAIf.ou : .... 6.85 ...: .. 'S$I O ;
uation part becomes black and dry. It is not I
as a whole the ,turkey crop is I common. To Be ExhibitedAt r ) I.. / r

about 3 percent less than a year ,ago "Java black rot is strictly a stor- State Fair. r ..,--oL-
In me eastern ..
ana southern states age rot. It enters the potato througha .dab
Truck: T r
there seems to be a slight increase. New Heavy Duty Goodyear .
wound and develops slowly. The TAMP-With less than three PATHFINDER TIRES 30 :x: 6 ,............r., ?.20,20
Most turkeys are marketed for the .... .
potato -
gets dry; and hard after from "
months to complete the task, artists .
Thanksgiving and Christmas holidaysbut ,four to eight weeks and ofted be- anTI workmen have commenced the k,,..... -...-- --..... ,..,......I""'" : "
30x5 .... $20.20
In Florida, duo to'the tourist trace "
comes black. This is very destruc- task of building a life size Dutch TUBES "
there is a good 'demand for the choice tive ,and is common. 32x6 .... $35.40 ,
meal In January and city on the South Florida Fair and 1 rI ac '::1 40-21'..".................. ell a.::;O-,, _
February. Florida
-' "Charcoal rot. is occasionally foundin Gasparilla. Carnival grounds where lowestprices I r't
growers may profit by holding r 1A90wER I '0
storage houses.
It .,
produces a black trot February :3 to 14 It will be an at- I ? I
lace ana slow maturing varieties tor decay .' "'CODtJ'>;'::>TIRES """UP
which is distinguished from tration :for fair visitors. ever ...- -
these later markets.As II
dry rot and Java quoted
black rot the
by Dikes
windmills canals, churches
: to the present anrrxrtMUr Guaranteed Tire Repairing:
poultry situation
presence of small bodies
round In the houses
and stores, all full sized build
there --- -
dressed about a normal supply of flesh of the, potato. It is not very ings, will be In operation during the gaMPANY CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY"f
poultry In storage. ,The egg common.."
_, :, "" .._ .,,,' exposition and more than '150 cos- a


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