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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Agriculture Meet. ..',. New Sugar Bowl.

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I 1I 1, VOLUME 4-NO. 52 CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER\ 19, 1930 PRICE 5 CENTS

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i! : STOCKHOLDERS TO THE WEATHERDate CLEWISTONS FIRST HOOKER HAS 20 LAKE LEVELGOVERNOR NEW BOARD OF CO.


Max Min. Rainfall 6 A. 1\1. G P. 1\1.

MEET CREDITORS Dec. 8 .............. 68 49 PAVED STREET IS ACRES BEANS THAT Dec 11 ........................ 17.5 17.6 COMMISSIONERSTAKE

I Dec. 9 .............. 64 37 Dec. 12 ..............;: ........ 17.5 17.6

Dec. 10 ............ 64 33 NOW COMPLETEDPark ESCAPED FROSTWill Dec. 13 .......,,............... 17.5 17.6

) REORGANIZATION Dec. 11 ......;..... 67 34 Dec. 1-1 ........................ 17.4 17.5 OFFICE JAN. 1

Dec. 12 ..,......... 73. 46 Dec 15 ........................ 17.5 17.:;

Dec. 13 ............ 73 -H7 Be Ready For Market Dec. 16 ..........."........... 17.4 I7.v

Dahlberg and Associates Dec. 14 ,........... 78 55 To Be BeautifiedBy Dec 17 ........................ 17.3 17.3 First Official Act Will

Meet With Creditors Total rainfall fo;>> date _............... 69.86 The Clewiston Next Week. Some Be To Name County


And Stockholders ToDiscuss Company Soon. Vegetables Left. Attorney.

FELDA G ROWERSFINISH DOYLE
Future Plans. In last weeks issue of the Ever-
The new board of county Cmmls-
: Clewlston's first paved street has glades News Howard Sharp stated
CARLTON INJURED slners will take ver the affairs ol:
No definite plans have been formed UP CUKES.START been completed by the State load I that all green vegetables in this esc-
the county on the first Tuesday after -
since the reorganization committee department when the contractors finished Hon had been killed by the frost. I
CRASH. the first Monday In January. The
of the Southern Sugar Company ar- TOMATOES placing slag on *the new road This is not true. W. C. Hooker was IN AUTO I,, old board will meet on the first Monday -

rived here last Saturday. Announcements through Civic Center. State road displaying several green beans about >' In January to'complete their

t 1 have been made in several papers twety-five, known as Sugarland High three inches long on the street, today: I work and turn over the affairs or

I stating that plans had been way runs through the center of These beans will be ready to pick Car In Which He Was the county to the new board.

;l .:' for the reorganization of Not Seriously Injured by Clewiston and is the first paved next vfcek" and If we escape the present
r worked out Riding Is Side I The new members of the county
, cold Mr. Hooker will marlc- Swiped;
the 'Company. This Is untrue as Cold. Prices Showing street in the city. wave commissioners should get off to a

Powers Construction Company, who et a good crop of beans, from about Brothers Uninjured.Saturday
nothing has been announced:by either Better for Future. i good start. One of their first official
has been working on the state road, twenty acres that will bring top prices. -
the receivers creditors, or stock- acts will be to select a county .attor-
", Is pushing the work to a finish and -
holders. ney. The entire county is looking
will have the new road completed to Beans were selling this morning at night, last, while returning -
B., G. Dahlberg has been in Clew- Expecting to find Felda growers from a hunt in the Everglades : forward to the selection of this offi
approximately ten miles West ot: five dollars a hamper F. O. B. cars.
with the much worried and knocked out Governor cer. Considerable ,agitation over the
crops
.. iston discussing the matter is Doyle E. Carlton was a victim
Clewiston by Januarfirst.. This The, Seminole Farms were not
committee representing the creditorsand by the colds of recent days the Newsman : of an auto crash that came near I county attorney caused lots oC
in
first hurt the frosfrnor
the stretch of paved highway by was the young '
called at the home of H. L. proving fatal: but trouble within the ranks of, the old
the stckholders but no arrangements happily with the
the county and is the first unit CE cabbages, hurt in this section. Practically
and F. L. Taylor postmastei board duVing the past two years. It'
Reeves ,
exception of several
gashes he
to refinance the sugar company the cross-state highway'which' will all green vegetables south ot received -
and was agreeably surprised to learn in the face would be a wise move for the new
have been arrived at. connect West Palm Beach and Fort the highway were killed but those and an injured,
.l I that the cold had done little damagebut hand the board to select a man that has not
came out of the
governor
.6 In a conversation with Mr. Dahlberg Myers. Clewiston will command a who had planted on the north ol the
the season for cukes was about accident in fairly good shape. With taken any interest in county politics.
rv he stated that he was here to discuss stragetic point on the highway being highway between the lake and TTTe This is that be
position should
one
and the farmers down there
over, him were his two brothers C. S. and
plans for reorganization purposes halfway between the two coasts. road were not hurt by the frost. I
filled who Is
wIre talking about tomatoes, peppers T. N. Carlton of Wauchula, the former by a man not interestedin
had been Work on the beautification of the Farmers in this section are still
:
that several plans I ,
and
the affairs
I political of the county
eggplants and Irish potatoes, all of home of Governor Carlton, but
that wilt"extend through Civic planting beans and .
submitted but nothing approved.The which'crops they are now cultivating.The part preparing grouTTtTto the two brothers received but will give advice to the board re-
only slight
Center on the highway will be under plant at an early date. I.
creditors of the sugar company cold that killed so severely In Injuries. gardless of its political effects. His
way within a short time. F. Dean Approximately twenty cars of
must approve any plans before other sections seems to have passed According to the dispatches the advice should be accepted by the
$. Duff, manager of the Clewiston Company beans have been shipped from the
they can be presented to the court. them up' down there, and with justa car in which the governor was ridingwas board and followed. If a Hendry county -
to
stated that he had expected Clewiston this
area season. Shipmentsare
take considerable slight showing in isolated placesdid man,, can be selected for the posi
Naturally: this will Christmas being driven by a negro. The
work before
this
complete expected to be small
until ihe
tion he should be given the Job.
,\ time and it Is hoped that a plan .will not damage crops, only the old hunting party were returning from a
hut that due to the delay In completing new crop comes off In about forty-
his interest will in,
.; vines of cukes which were about done Naturally, be
; he worked out whereby the Sugar the road though Civic Center five days. hunt In which two deer had been
the county and he will adviso the
,; Company will be able to harvest the for anyway. I and the cold weather work might be killed, and as they drove along the
board with the advancement of tIie'county
We saw beautiful fields of tomatoesand road Ford with
a driven by a negro,
present cane crop and after the grinding delayed until spring. AND STILL SHE LAYS always in mind.
peppers, with some eggplantsan'l three other in same, sideswiped -
passengers
has been ..
in A elaborate
season be a position to reorganize very program
The
members the
Irish potatoes, which will soon the governor's car, the lattercar new of county
'A, the Company on a sound financial planned by the company for beauti- Although Mrs. Edw. Meier, of Hel commissioners will find the county in
to although the crops
begin move going into a ditch, but did not
/ basis. fying this part. Palms will be planted vetia. Ore., put 50 stitches in a hen
sound financial shape. They will be
now coming on will not be in for the turn over.
Both the creditors and stockholders on both sides of the park ,and oth to save its life after it was hit bya expected to turn it over to their
market in few
Christmas
only a very The governor was sitting on the
er flowers will decorate the interior.It motor car, the fowl continues to ,
the had ,
of Sugar Company have predecessors in better, shape than
bunch of
Instead of finding
cases. a rear seat with his two brothers and
representatives in Clewiston during will be on the same order as the maintain its record for egg produc- they found it or their efforts will not
found farmers out
downcast men we when the crash came was thrown
II" this week. :Meetings have been in park through Lake Placid on the ,tion. S amount to a great del. The entire
,In the fields working'on the new forward, his head striking the robe

.. session practically: every: day since remarked "we Ridge. county should stand behind the new
crops and as one man rail, breaking same. The gun of the

,, Monday.: : did not much for cures, 'board and work with them. It. Is
_k get so our FOUR DIAMOND BALL Governor was broken. It required

J attending From the life general meetings opinion, satisfactory of those we are looking 'for "ttetter' marketson F. DEAN DUFF IS : .-. ; ditty I .-stitchesuto-. --r w finallygetJthe.gov-.is -rw-j.sfc i _. : "and':; .......... \
in for :
the now coming As
crops ernor s wounds sewed up. quicklyas ..
arrangements are going to be made, There TEAMS ARE TO BE In all probability Seldon L. Stew- ..,
are
there are good quotations. I I possible Fort Myers physicianswere
but no one can give any idea as to just market Is APPOINTED AGENT art will be elected chairman of the
some beans and the good, gotten to the governor, who had
what will be,when accepted by new board. With his experience on
they and hope to come out all right ORGANIZED MERE
.: wo been taken to the home of Mr. anl
both parties and the court. In the the old board he will make a valu-
any way. FOR GULF OIL CO. Mrs. Durwood Lynn, Mrs. Lynn being -

final analysis George' W. WhitehuFsl, Indeed those farmers clown at Fel- a cousin of Governor Carlton. able member and should be In a position -

'. circuit of this district. wTHIiave to give ''the new members some
t judge da are the most cheerful crowd it Four Team Club Expected In company with his borther, Dr.
.' to approve any plans. that are accepted sound advise regarding' the affairs ot
f has been our pleasure to meet and Bulk Plant Will Be Completed L. F. Carlton, Governor Carlton was
I by both parties. Meanwhile, To Be OrganizedFor the county. Mr. Stewart Is well quali-
but short time
0\ it is going to be a ere brought from Wauchula, where he
j the Canal Point mill Is stm grInding The First fied for the position and we will stand
J they are going to begin realizing on By City Play.The had been taken from Fort Myers, to
cane while men are at work on tue behind him and the new board as
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their labors., Express shipments ot: Of The Year. Tampa Mrs. 'Carlton, wife of,, the gov- ;
,; Clewiston mill making it ready lor long as they work for the best int"erest -
afterso
cukes are going forward, and diamond ball diamond is about ernor also accompanying her husbandto
the grinding season which is expected of the county.
I long a time Felda station now has completed and will be ready for prac- Tampa. Aside from a slight headache '
to start grinding by the first of If the new board will work together -
an agent, and the farmers have tak- Construction is expected to begin tise next week. Ed Butler, local .promoter after the wounds had been ,

the year. strength, and it is hoped immediately on the bulk station of II they should accomplish great
en on new of the sport, has had several dressed Governor Carlton expressed
The cane harvesters have not arrived achievements during the next two
they will have good success in the the Gulf Refining Company, which men at work, on the diamond during him?e1f as feeling very good, thoughhe

though It is understood that future, for the prices in the past have : will be located near the present site the past week. A net back stop has showed signs .of a slight fever, years.
several have been shipped from the We are behind them and hope that
of the Sinclair Oil
not been'satisfactory at all. Company. been built and the ground is being and' though the doctors at Fort Myers
Ii factory and will arrive in Clewiston F. D. Duff has been appointed agent they will work for the interest of
cleaned and leveled for the infield.Mr. advised against it Governor Carlton,.
l in plenty of time to start the grind- for the Gulf Company in this district the entire county and advise the people -
.s CATHOLIC SERVICES Butler stated that he would insiXed:; on going to the home of his
ing season.P. regarding their affairs and thehtings .
and
according to Captain Duff the
have 'charge of the Boy Scout team mother. Mrs. Martha Carlton at
G. Bishop and Judge John L. is in they will try to accomplish -
Company to be
expected
There will be midnight_ Mass at opera- and was in hopes of organizing several Wauchula and thus relieve the anxl-
Doggett_ receivers for the Sugar I tion by January first. The Gulf Com' during the coming year.
the Community Church on Christmas other teams' In the city. occurence.It .
Cmpany, have been In Clewiston discussing will Supply the Southern Sugar It would be a wise policy for the
Eve. The Mass will begin at 12 mid pany The Clewiston Company is furnish- was requested by the Governor
the matter of reorganizationwith Company with all oils new board to set some kind of a goalto
gasoline and
night. A sermon entitled "The Com- ing the lights for the diamond free that George Moore, who was drivingthe
both committees.Mr. in reach and follow along those'lines
used the the
operations of
Company -
ing of the Infant Jesus" will be i of charge. Construction of the poles other car not be arrested. .
Bishop stated that the Clew In the Clewiston division. until they have accomplished
.. preached by Father Finnegan. All are' and light lines'will be completedthis
iston mill would be in operation by I The Standard Oil Cmpany had this something that will stand out during
0
;-:". Christmas and would be in full speed invited and everybody is welcome to contract last year, which Is consid- week. 100 MILES ON BEER the coming years. Hendry county is
The diamond is being constructedacross
by the first of the year. The Canal attend. ered one of the best in this territory. Block the on the eve of becoming one of the
'from the Hopkins on
Point mill has not reached Its full Captain Duff has not, appointed a Fifty-six year-old George Cumm'lngsworld's greatest counties in the state. Let's
north side of the Sugarland High-
capacity this season. Several cars TT LOTS OF JAPS manager for the local company. Several champion walker is on a all pull together for a bigger and bet-
way arid will be in the center of the
sugar have been shipped, but due to applications have been filed but hike through England. He is on a ter county. We promise our support,

i '. the usual breakdowns at the beginning Japan's population is 64,447,000 according = none have been accepted.It city.The Clewiston News is expectedto I strict diet of beer and gets 100 milesto and hope that the entire county will

I of the grinding season the mill to census figures just an- is expected that the Gulf people the gallon. I do the same.
organize a team with several other -
has not been operating full time. nounced. will construct a retail station in
organizations in the city organiz -
Clewiston within a .short time. The CHEMIST SAYS ELECTRICITY CAN
ing. A four club league Is expected to

,LABELLE STUDENT WRITES SHORT STORY Gulf Stations are unusually attractiveand start playing next week.

A' will add beauty to the city if A championship team will be picked BE PRODUCED FROM MUCK SOIL

SHOWING GREAT FUTURE FOR WRITER one should be built. !! 'refit Hi" various fibs 'which will represent ,

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other cities who have organized diaI -
AUTOS CRASH ON i '
E deal of It has been our contention that themuck :
A
t mond ball teams. great
, Editor's, Note: Rita Lee Fortson vith wrinkles and his hair, that once I sun.Dr.. Robert Ransom, of St. Angus
I FRIDAY NIGHTLast amusement is expected to be furnished lands of the Everglades Is nothing -
::, a ninth grade pupil in Miss Mildred was black as midnight, has turned to tine in two report stressed the
during the coming months, more or less than the "BlackGold" a uage
: I Rhodes English class, in the La- silver. It is Christmas Eve. A fire Is !j muck
fuel properties of Everglades
diamond. of the Land of Flowers and It
1 I ,, : Friday night an auto accident through the diamond ball
Belle school has written a short crackling in the grate but outside the coal..
happened on the road from Moore -__'.- -- ----.I now develops that our contention Is stating that the peat Is "inlpieut
story that is worthy of publishing.Miss earth is sleeping beneath its blanketof the chemist
Haven to LaBelle, which 'turned out right for according to an article in "In my laboratory,

Fortson has.used fifteen fig- white snow. with the occupants of the cars slightly CARS COLLIDE the Miami Herald of December 8, the reported, "I' produced electrlctlty at

ures of speech in her story and It He beckons to his Chinese valet ]
injured but each car badly dam- AT BELLE GLADE following scientific_ tests have devel- a fuel cost of one-tenth of a cent perk
was judged the best written by who silently shuffles from the'room I ran an automobile -
hour and actually
much value in w.
aged. The occupants of a sedan, Geo. oped that there Is
'
any student in the school. and as quietly returns' with a small Broggen, Claude Atkison, Aaron It is ,the part of the News to reportan these lands. Just read and see for 650 miles at a cost of $1.

Carl E. Royer, Superintendent of wooden chest. The servant leaves and
Bronson, Rob Howard were traveling accident. on the Fort Myers-Palm yourself as follows: Concurring in the report made ,by
the LaBelle school is taking great closes the door behind him. .
toward Moore Haven when they meta Beach highway that came near re- Asphalt. ammonia and aniline dye Dr. Ransom was a letter from Richard -
Interest in short story writing. He John' Sevier
gazes the fire and
into Ford Roadster driven by Lewis sulting fatally, but we are glad to substances In the Everglades soil Holzcker, formerly of Berlin and
is to be congratulated on his work. memories rush back over all the
Williams. The accident happenedjust state that no serious consequenceshave makes muck land In Florida worth at of Lake Wales. who said:
While Miss Fortson Is still young years. lIo"seems to live again the now
, as the roadster was crossing one followed the collision.A [ least $6.000 per acre, members of the "Muck will be one of the chief raw
i she says that she Intends to write past and all the happiness that he
, t, of tho bridges near Ortona with the model T Ford being driven "byMr Palm Beach county commission were materials which Florida Indus-
upon
several other short stories. The story has ever known. Tonight be Is not
I. .' result that the two cars, were torn Cohen of Belle Glade collided advised today in letters from chemists tries will be built" Ho brought out
follows: the
man that
the world knows but
I I .' tho/man of the past. up badly,_ but the occupants escaped. with a Studebaker driven by Sam submitted by Commissioner WillardG. the fact that road building possibilities -

: with slight bruises. Gordon, a negro; of South Bay. Two Smith of Pahokee. of peat muck material have already
MEMORIES .. He takes a large handkerchief from
Dr. Weaver was called to the aid passengers were in the Studebakerand Asked at a previous meeting to de- been demonstrated and adddtt
By Rita Lee Fortson his pocket and wipes the dust from
of the men and rendered medical attention three in the Ford and beyond a termine the possibilities of Glades that peat has been found to be excellent
the chest. Then ho opens it and takes
but when last heard from all few scratches and a general shakingup soil for road building. Commissioner Insulating material comparing
John Sevler. known to his Intimates I from It a golden curl tied with blue
11 parties were getting along all right, no serious damage was done. However Smith today submitted a sample of favorably with cork. _
I \:;, as "Old Ironsides," sits before the ribbon. He gazes Into the fire, and '
but the way the accident occured it both cars were damaged con petrified muck, which he said had
fireplace of his expensive home fn seems to see the owner of that curl "Products basic In the dye industrymay
is a wonder that serious consequenceswas siderably. The accident occured Sun been the result of mixing th:! iT nt

Long Island.. His aged face is lined (Please turn to Page 4)) not the result. day night, close to Belle Glade. soil with water and drying It In the also be extracted." he said"






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PAGE TWO, CLEWISTON NEWS, CLEWISTON.( FLORIDA. ,_., FRIDAY
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I To buy the I necessary' things. Charging that 1 automobiles In tho United .States
TilE CLEWlSffi NEWSPublished ,I years. I WORLD-WIDE SIFTINGS her' husband Kept a were
now is economy. There Is not a homeIn card Index o't his fifty girl friends, made prior to the year 1925. t < .

the land In which there are not .
every Friday at I classifying! them as "cute., 1 "drink I \Vhen-
some repairs to be made, some new I ers' and "petters" Mrs. Beatrice John .Bacha, of WIHiamstown,
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Clewiston, Florida. furnishings required. To atend.to. Because of Its low market price, -- I Philstdr. of Chicago_ 111., has filed Pa., was asked for 20 cents to, pay for

LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher., those things now means putting money I Roland .((Can.) farmers are .using' barley suit for a divorce. I mailing his citizenship papers, he

I Into circulation at a time when it for fuel. CLEVER ANDINEXPENSIVE I I tossed a $100 bill on the court ofti-
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I' t.
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P. A. RUHL .................... Editor is actively needed. Ten dollars spent ) The faithful clal's desk and said: "Keep the 0"
dog of
today will do the community more I The armless baby, }born at St. I Alois Aster, 'change; it's worth all of a hundred '
the Postoffice -at Clew government forester of
Entered at j ,
good than hundred dollars spent) a j Geprge, S. C., recently, is living and I''II' Salzburg, to mo to become a citizen of the United -
iston, Florida, as second class matter. Austria, was burled in the same coffin ( .
I )year from now. I thriving. { with Its master. Both the mail i States

SUBSCRIPTION RATES We have said it before, but, I it is YES INDEED! i -'-
I I .iud the dog were shot and l killed by j .
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'ear' ,
One Year ........................................ 2.50 still gool advice. Take advantage now 1 Although lie Is 83 ) old, Friend I II |j a poacher. Dupes in the United States pay

Six i Months .,.............'.................... 1.50 of the low cost of almost everythingand I DolsordVinst, Conn., walks 11 I I -- I' $1 5OOOOOO a year to the army ol'

Three Months .:.............................. .75 do those little things 'around the I miles every Saturday, to deliver' 7U ] G 1 At I 100,000, fortune tellers who infest the
a mission school in Erode
copies of a weekly newspaper. I India
house that will not cost much but I country.
ADVERTISING RATES i 115 students died in agony after they I _
which will help move merchandiseand '. .. ,
Forty-five: ; cents per Inch. No discount put money into workers' pockets The log uncovered at the, depth of I ....... .... and in this store everything I had eaten soup into which a poisonous After Mrs Lillian Wallace, of Chicago -

for plates. No special position """:Tarpon Springs Leader. 116 feet by workmen, who were drill is in full display ............ lizard had fallen 111., had 5 infected' teeth, _'extracted -

guaranteed. All advertising copy ing a well at Dayton, Iowa, Is said i easily: examined, .?......... to make I sight returned to her left eye

must be In this office on Wednesday Chief of police of St. Petersburg Is i I by geologists to be 50,000 years old. j shopping a pleasure. When Lyle Hull, of.Gordon, Nebraska which had b'cen. sightless for 14 Years

before Issue of paper. in search of a bathing beach inspector ---- 1 I I attempted to bridle a mule,

,- but says theio is no salary attached I Charles C. Dipaula, of Baltimore, I ri the animal bit off one of his fingers. _, None of the .3 Cambridge (Mass.)

MERRY CHRISTMAS\ to same. Who said anything Mel., is the owner of automobile I I I boys., who held up and robbed Miss

I about salary for such, a job? which. has been stolen 'and recovered I I Abraham Wolff, St. Louis (Mo.) Florence _Flewelling of her handbag

Before another issue of the Clew- 3 times in, the last year.. 'I Of : we have a completeline 'millionaire junkman, who died recently -i and $10, were over 10 years old.
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will ..1 There. .seems to be nothing left of of Gift was penniless when he ar- i..., --
in' Boxes i -
Christmas Stationery
iston News comes out -- Because he hit between the 1eyeas J JI rived In the United States from Russia -. .. .' _
have come and gone. While the Ebsihardt" 'nor the Florida, State was f ............ and every type Picture 45 ye'ars .'Wooden mirrors, perfected by a
News. Ebeihardt desire by the large soup-bone which ago. '
expressed a I
News is not making any great prepr Frame. x Germinjinventor, l have been. placedon
I
'i to get in court and tell all he knew was hurled at him by his wife, Oscar I the '
market In Berlin
arations fo celebrating this most an- j Germany. ,
.about the "rotten" administration by Fiebach, of Irvlngton, N. J., has A person whose nose Is so largeas

spiclous of all occasions, down deepin Governor Carlton, but when given the I filed suit for a divorce. F to attract attention is eligible to "-
our hearts is a feeling of good I I membership in the Nose Club of At an auction of unclaimed articles
I chanco at Sebring a few' days ngo he
cheer, and we- cannot let this opportunity i London, Eng. conducted, by the U., S.,'Post Office
,
i I begun bogging the courts to transferthe When a Denver (Col.) female shoplifter -
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pass without giving expression Department in New York, N. Y., 100
case to the county in which it attempted to get away with I Our Pottery importations are -J

to same. wishes happened.. From' .a 7 disinterested .standpoint merchandise valued at ,$3:J, a clerk the latest,.......... and by ,the waya The King Ranch, in Texas, contain- women's"< i dresses were, sold at 7 cents
Therefore the News you alla each.
it looks very much as though 'seized'her by the collar of her oxpen-I .'. ...,..... "new. shipment has just in'; 1,250,000 acres, is the largest
your homes
Merry Clnislmas. May KbvMhaidt has proven a total failure five coat from which the been rectived.Where ranch in the United State!!! :
,be havens of brightest sunshine and I I III A plaj'er-piano, radio and phonograph -
denly slipped her arms and left the I I
while not with you we hope (UfaC -all in one unit-Is the product
)It is that fire losses in surprised clerk holding the coat. I
many such occasions may be your estimated II l-- 1'- A fug telescope] to be 50 feet in of :a Sydney ('Australia) manu-

part, but in all of' our enjoyment let 'the national forests have Increased diameter. which will make the planet facturer.
(dining the past year from 3,950!> toJ.1G9 Airplane taxi service is now available r i :
forget
I Mars
us not in this time depression nppcar as though it were
all being caused by "lightedcigaiettes. ( at 25 cents a. mile in several 1// \
those110 are unable to enjoy 7 there .are children ..... ...... 1"\only! \ i few miles' 'away, is being Eighteen-year-old; Alice Wright, of
cities in England. :
this occasion. To the parents and chlldten there's need for games. ..... and //1'! planned I by a -.distinguished English Sanford, Colo., is supporting her

of the poor let us extend greet- I we have them for all ages.' astm'ononmer. mother and earning her :way through
According: to statistics furnished( The Middlekauf filling/ station, near
ings If nothing else, but in cases school by carrying U. S. Mail between
the Department of { Uagerstown, Md., has been robbed ,
by Agriculture. 1
where presents, even though a small .".... ., Almost one-third of the 28,000,000 Sanford and La Tara, Colo.REDUCED .
"Tpllahassee! Hendry county consumed 42 times in the last 8 months. I ', \#.-
package of candy, or an orange, or ." ; .
76 tons of fertilizers during I --- -
an apple, let us extend that to those
unfortunate. the mouth of November as against Excavators who uncovered a Pom I 'r ,.7 ggCST2gg gZg g333ggiS.ieJl.-!fc.>rLj: -=--JX ::: ".. (' .AL. Dss:
'
These will doubtless be many "em- 3.H50; .tons consumed by Dade, 3,175 peii (Italy) house which was buried With your good taste ........ and ,I

pty stockings" in our American homes tons by Lake- ,. and, 10,641" tons, conyslimed by an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in our VAST stock from which ,to ,, B FFN SEEn PRiCES' !

have :by Polk. Quite a recommendation 79 A. D., made a rich find of ancient select ... ........ books will surely
this Yule Tide, but let us not :
for the fertility of Ilendry y county gold and silver vessels in the debris. please. I
it said that we did not do our partto Per BushelBOUNTIFUL
.
'
soil. I I -
make so'm child happy. We wish 'a;;: : -
you all a Merry Christmas. Detroit (Mich.) officials have under VERY SPECIAL I .' . . . '. . $9.5 0

I- Leesburg, 'Commercial. .came outlast consideration a proposal construct I Through an unusual purchase I'' GIANT SIRiNGLESS '. -. . 9.50REFUGEES

\ .'- 'C" ;issue, :with its Annual Holiday Immense garages beneath several of .... considerably below '" ': '

COURTESY WEEK Shopping Number_ .and it is really a Detroit's busiest streets as the solution regular wholesale R ; (10001).t. .. ;':.: : 7.50

most. encouraging ,looking issue, give to the city's downtown parking price .... we are- able to I BLACK, VALENTINE.9.00
.
While the News has :notheard of .
''nT the! lie to the cry of "hard times." problem. offer Ole very latest ;, ; ,
arrangements ,of any kind being Congratulations i Bro. Leach. You are I ENGLISH STEERHIDE 'I RED VALENTINE '. . .. .i'. ,. .','- .---.' 9.50LONGFELLOW '

made to celebrate courtesy week in in a good ,town 'and! your !hoot e merchants -- ,Although. he was forced .to shoot HAND BAGS and : . . ...._..... ..., -. 9.00
Clewiston, nevertheless Is not out 'I "
rit ; are' certainly standing by the{ bald which attacked his &. I UNDERARMSSee : BOUNTIFUL A.: : :: 9.50
. of order to.c.I1l attention to the fact eagle I Iyears : .
you. old son, Roy VanDunk, of Hill- these early.., note !
that Courtesy 'V eek" starts the...first FOFDHOOK LIMAS . . >. :. 15.00
_burn: N. Y., paid a fine of ?27, the, the typical mastercraft -
week in
1931.
January, Let all '
us extend :
courtesy to the stranger within LEGAL NOTICE penalty for killing a bald eagle 'which color and blends and the t LITTLE MARVEL PEAS .' . . 8.00

is Uncle Sam's national bird.A t designs In modernistic I .
our gates. It costs nothing to do STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP !

,that, and is calculated to give ,the MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, manner. : 'ECIAL NOTICE -
ETC. REQUIRED BY THE ACT child with 2 heads and 2 spinal, i Quantity Limited -
impression to the stranger that we ,
'OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, columns" was born dead at the Cham- # _PRICED. _VERY LOW,.' ._ ---
.have a "friendly town, and it might ,. I '
r 'L-=:;'::' .y'A't
19.12, bersburg (Pa.) Hospital recently.Hospital I
to him to '
occur again visit I
us. Of The .Clewiston. .. News, published authorities lefuse to reveal', Halsey & Griffith In the twenty years we have been serving Florida Growers we ,
,Let the good ,word go out that I \\eekly at Clewiston, Fla., for October child's 0 .
the identity of the parents.
Clewiston is a courteous town, her 1020.! STATIONERS I hafe never planted a crop or permitted! our employees to plantcr

people always ready, to extend the STATE OF Florida ) 1 313-1B-17, Datura Street '
'glad hand of welcome to strangers -I .SB. While turning the sod In his front West Palm Beach, Fla. 4;! share a crop. We_ have maintained a fixed policy not to compete -

COUNTY OF Hendry ) yard at Fort Wayne. Ind., Carlton
,' and it might be well to extend I t Before;; me, a, ,Notary Public in and Reitdorf1 unearthed a tin can which The Gift tore.Eermans I i or allow! our employees to compete with our customers.KILGORE }
,our courtesy to one another at all
for I
the State and ij
times I, county. aforesaid<1, contained $480 in gold. L ---:::::.- .--- 11
I.personally appeared Louis A. Morgan j
: who', having been duly swornadcoiding SEED CO

I to law,' deposes and says ,
KEEP MONEY MOVING \ that he is the Publisher' he Cle-iv- CANAL POINT PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE '- SOUTH BAY

Iston News and that ...... .. ,, ...
the following is, < 3'7" ;t;b&w'!:" J.,1.: : I; \:'; ':r-' V'''''=7'
I
The president of the American I to the best of his knowledge and belief ---. .r--

Bankers association .said a mouthful a. true statement, of ,the ownership -

the other day. "It isn't how much_ management, etc., of the. aforesaid Where, Exorbitant Prices Never Prevail
publication for the date shownin '
money Is in circulation but how
fast
the above'
caption, required bv the
it circulates, that counts," he said, in J Act of August 24, 1912, embodied In I : y ,

substance. "One dollar will do the section -ill,-.,Postal Laws and }tegnI .BtJYH SEE ,

,work of two dollars, if it moves from.I I lations, printed o'n the reverse ,of this Y Sr

hand to hand twice form, to wit: 4eY
as fast.
; I 1. That the, names and addressesof LINGERIE d Re alar
Money. lying idle in bank is not. F9EPoVY -
the ,t ,
i publisher, editor, managing DUTY the p'Arl' '
working. It Is only when. money is : editor, and business managers are: Ilib '.

being spent that commodities.move, Publisher, Louis A. Morgan, Ce'yI !' -I Qi./ ; ; >A'I I 1U or tr \

factory wheels revolve, workers are .I 15ton.I find it a pleasure to 1. EXTRA i

kept on the payroll. In the 'reaction' I Editor, Same buy her gifts at Kcrnlan's I PROTECTIf..N "

from an orgy of reckless spending, I Managing Business Managers Editor, Same fII where a competent ( s 1
Same
,
wo seem to have swung almost as 2. .That the owner is: sales force-is

far the other way, into a state of Ona E.. Morgan Clowistou, Fla. h : always eager to .

mind which can only be called miser- I Louis 'A. Morgan Clewis-ton! Fla. } t serve you.

ly. :People are timid about letting go S. That the known bondholders, I "
of ) mortgagees, and other security hold- 2.95 to 4.95 THAT
a dollar for any l>UrPose-and.111 I I Slips FOR ROADS AND DRIVERS
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
communities all over the nation able '

bodied men are peddling on the II more gages,of or total other amount securities of bonds are:, moil Gowns ; ARE "HARD ON TIRES" THE l)

.
streets or taking money from charitable Ona E. Morgan.
organizations for the support"of!i 4. That the two naracranhs' iinxt 2.95 to 18.00 | NEW GOODYEAR HEAVY DUTY

rich families. : above, giving[ time names of the .own r
jrs, stockholders, and security hold. I
This Is :1 Dancettes
more particularly line in
,! ers, If any, contain not only the list ,

the and large cities; the country regions of stockholders and 'security lie!::'::: 2.25 to 4.95 Extra in Every Way Except Price I
the
small towns have not felt PS they' appear upon the boo:; C. \

the depression as keenly as have the the company but also, in cases v;V- I

largo centers of population Yet everybody l.p! ,stockholder or security; hO' 9'>v Teddies -
Arc yon planning plenty bf Goody cay's patented SUPER-
in the .United States, broadly coin-any !' 2.25 to 4.95 hardhard driving? Want extra TWIST cord-six eho k-alii
speaking knows that money' Is not relation from !
i cary the name of tho y protection punssorbing plies

circulating as fast today as it was a son or corporation for .whom' f""u lures, blowout, skidding nod Extra style, too. Tapered sideS

hoar ago, and that people; who owe trustee is acting, is ,given; also that iu or perhaps, worn-down treads?. bars; sliver striping. Valuo
I A BAGA
money are finding it hard to get the said two .paragraphs> ccntaiii ; Hero's jour tire I only) Goodyear offers-made
statements embracing affiat l'' :1:': ii t- ,jaH DRESS
cash with which ; i production
to meet their obligations -, -- Extra-thick, extra does! possible by a
knowledge and belief to tho i 5-- A COAT
as c:
of tires
MILLIONS greatetfcny
'. '7- I All-Wcatli Tread. Bstnt-
cumstanres and conditions x"- ,
That would not be. the 'case if ev- I which stockholders and security hold- large, extra_ porvrcrfol bodytofAet Ebaa other company r

erybo'ly who has soine'tllingtuckefl'' ers who do not appear upon] the books NEW PARISTYLE MILLINERY

away would spend some of, it now for of tho company as trustees, hold
the useful, necessary ,things which. stock and securities in a capacity other Freshly Unpacked From Their TissueVrappings, t : tar owe Special[Vacation ip.Oirei?
than bona 'ownc1' Awaits Your Arrival l
that of a } fide :
are needed and which will eventually" nfl this affiant )has n'o reason to he- Jaunty: ,Pastel Felts\ Gorgeous ImtOW 1-980 prices on Goodyear PcthflnjteiB anfl 'R taiJAflWcathera
be bought anyway. All kinds of mer- ,
hove that any other person, association '
Straws, mart Crepes. Every one it QO UKlate
chandise are cheaper_ now than, for -, or corporation has any interest tP .t/t/
l fashion. In the newest style
direct! or indirect tho, said stock,
LEGAL NOTICE I'I. bond': '. _or other securIties than as so whims. and trims .. -*' .UPKERMANS CLEWISTON
The annual mooting THE
of the stock.
=fated j .
by him
holders of First Bank of Cl
will bo held Inthe office of thp Bank Sworn (o 'and subscribed before me' a' one-day special, tomorrow '
at Cl wlston. Ilendry County. Florida this 15th 5-
day of December. 1930. ,
January 2nd, 1931.ELBBRT. C.T. M'DONALD, l MOTOR CO -

L. STEWART, Notary Public. State of Florlrli 'ntT .

Cashier. I >r-" :My Commission. expires Sept. ,
Dec., 12-19-26-2 3. 1933. J 4
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FRIDAY, DEe E n 19, . CLEWISTON NEWS C L1V I '-: Q N. .FL0RlD:l,; . .n PAGZ1 R r E

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I Mrs. J. R. Alston was hostess to I r Mrs. E. L. Stewart motored to Belle Mr. and Mrs R. Y. Patterson made I dining The
I room. table was laid with
1"G- the members of the Social; Club at Glade Wednesday afternoon to attenda a busln-ss:: trip to Palm Belch Fit- Dink cloth a bowl of pink roses formIng -

her homo Wednesday afternoon Alter committee meeting of the Garden day. i
ca9bC 'I the centerpiece with
green tapers
: == / ( == Interesting' business meeting, Club. I.|I C n "*h"lTi)"'"v. TI. Sn'l'r11'n.j _, -p ar'.l silver holders.

I in which plans were made for the Mrs. J. G. Alhands, Mrs A. A. :Mun- : Ha1'.H '.. :'!M 1 !h i.'v i Tables were placed In the drawing

Club to do welfare work in the a''IIrs.' H, II, Hare Miss Frances
some : : and Cameron; of Lake Wales spent several -
j { Mrs. L. A. Morgan Jr.. Phone 369 I I the meeting adjourned I Monroe '._. room for tho guests where unique
) .. I II. community made a shopping trip to f i'I I week MI C o\.viton on-
place cards used
were
being
'i I for tho social hour. The hostess Palm Beach Wednesday jOY-) a. hunting trip. I IMr sugar
1 ,
--I I fane (designed as flower pots with
served delicious refreshments of cocoa J Clayburn .
Henry of in
Captain and Mrs. Guy Hartman Mrs. Cleo A. Houze entertained a'! Tampa was and Mrs. U. A. Shaw motoredto sprigs of exora
representing the holiday
sandwiches and cake. Clewiston Thursday on business.Mr. \Vpct Palm Beach Saturday.I I' -
from the PJrillipIne Islands spent sev-
number of friends at a wild turkey I season.
Clcwrston Those present were Mrs. J. K.: :j and Mrs. Junius Halle and son Mrs. Junlous Ilaile and son Bill
In
of this week i
eral
days
dinner at her home Sunday. Those I I I
.
i, The invited guest included J. H.
at the Watanabe Beardsley, Mrs. J. K. Mower, Jr. Bill left Wednesday for Leesburg were guests of friends in Palm
hotel.J.and were guests present were B. G. Dahlberg, Clar- i Mrs. T. E Gonterman :Mrs.: F L. Williamson ;'J I where they will make their home. Bench for the week.end. |I Roberts. !Mr.. Ewing, :\11'. Eastman. ,
ence Bidding, S. W. Seymore, T. B.
Mrs. M. W. Dig, Mrs J. K. '! .A spp''hl: meeting of the officers : Louis Morgan and W. W.' Preston Jerry Mansfield, Mr.. DieTericksou: T
[ RIverle Roberts.G.
A. Plunkett and Louis Monroe, Mr.: Clark, J. H. '
'. their Mowery, Sr., Mrs. D. G. Alston. Mrs. of the .Woman's .club niet at tire made a business trip to LaBelle Friday A. Burt, Hubert Edson, T. E. Bra t,
entertained at a dinner party at L. Eastman, Mr. Evans, J. B. Mansfield -
W. C. Hooker and Mrs. Louis Morgan. home of Mrs. F. M. Wright Thursday j jI I P. G. Bishop, B. G. Dahlberg. Captain
home "Cuckoo's Nest" Sunday evening and C. R. Diterlckson. '
Miss Let Sam Woodlurm and Clarence Mayo'spent afternoon to complete plans for the I r; Mr. and Mr?. J. K. Parker of Ft. and :Mrs. F. Deantf Duff. Mr. and
.Those present were children from the
A number of
Keith Sunday in Clewiston as guests community Christmas programwhichwill I Mycr<-. were In Clewiston Friday on Mrs* W. C. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. r.I .
Hankins ;Miss: Foxworthy,
fifth
fourth
and grades enjoyed a I ,
1, of Mrs. Bessie Cu bret11. ?lie held December 24. Those present -J business.T. I A. Poche Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Williamson -
Harlsfield, Dick Gibson of Ft. Mjers
:. and Mr. and Mrs Tom Shelley of weinner roast Thursday and : marshmallows night on the Louis Morgan, Bob Hancock. Claude were :Mesdames: J. E. Beardsley, I j A. Burt, of Urbana, 111., is spendIng Mr. and 1I rs. F. M. Wright,
lal Weinners
Downs and Capt. and Mrs. Guy Hartman E. L. Stewart, F. Deane Duff. c. W. : a few lays with 'his daughter j Mr. and Mrs. Keller, Mr.\ and 1\11'.

2 Clewlston.B.. were roasted while a number of Interesting motored to West Palm Beach M::onad! and R. Y. Patterson. Re- I'Mr' \ *. F M, Wright.. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y.
> G. Dahlberg' from Chicago ar- '
stories were told Those
; with I Wednesday on a .business and pleasure freshments were served by the host- ,I, Harry McDonald of 'Orlamlo, spent: 1 Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Gibson -
,. rived In Cle-uiston Saturday a :
present were Morris Ford, G. H.
trip combined.Mr. ess. j Monday in Clewiston on business. ;, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr and
: of to be here for severaldays .
I' party men house, Louis :Morgan. Conrad Clark,
,(' c Included In and :Mrs. G. A. Pearson and Miss Elta. Whatley and Miss Ola Crnt and Mrs. F. Daanc Duff had Horace Houze.

(. on business. Those Nova- I Warren Coleman, James Wynn: ,. Owen :\11'.' Schultz of St. Paul, Minn., ar- Pcttoway spent the weekend in for their weekend guest Mrs.\ Duff's Mrs. W. S. Harvell left Wednesday
Leo R. Ewing
this party were Wilbur McGhee
; Wyirn, J. D. Hooker, .
rived Wednesday and will spend the lather Mr. F. E. for Miami where she will be the guest
Jacksonville Tampa on a shopping trip. I i Bryant
y$ doMo. ; J. L. Doggett, ;
and Ralph O'Neal. Miss. Ola Pette-
.I. F. Graham, Jacksonville; J. L. I Christmas holidays with Mrs. Schultz. Bob Hancock and Louis Morgan :1 Treadway Monroe, of Chicago, Is of friends and relatives for sever'Rtdays.
Mrs. Claude Downs, Bob Hancock
&1:' 'liEH'an, Chicago; F. L. Allen, New way Deter Nail and EnlVhHe were in were business visitors to Ft. Myers spending several; days in Clewiston .
: and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moltz -
I South Monday night visiting I!!
Bay Saturday. on:: business Bob Turner returned Monday after
r';. York; James II. Douglas, New York; .
were chaperones.The
: N. W.. Stephens Los. Angeles; Jeorme I friends. Mr. Page ot Winter Haven was a Mr. and :Mrs. T. V.: Watson made spending two weeks with his parents
committee
-- I?. Landfield, Los Angeles; Geo. L. community meetingof Prof. and Mrs. C. O. Parker, Jr., weekend visitor to Clewison the past n business trip to Palm Beach 'Fri-I'at Arcadia.

.:: Eastman, Los Angeles; T. B. Monroe, the Girl Scouts met at the home of Carnesville, Ga., will arrive In a. week. day. .- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Preston, Mrs.J. .

,, Chicago; O. 0. l\lcCnIlon, Chicago;: of :Mrs. J. G. Alhands Monday afternoon few days to be guests of their relatives Dr. Lynn of Sulphur Springs was Mrs. Cleo A. Houze was the charm P. Vaughn, 'Jr., and Mrs Fred

II. L. McDonald, Orlando, ; Carl Jt.Dleterickson for the purpose of completing :Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Parker, Sr., [in Clewiston for the week-end andpreacheil ing hostess; at a buffett dinner at her Molts motored to Palm Beach Wed

Los Angeles 4 1 ; J., II. the business! for tho past year. Those during the Christmas holidays. a very interesting sermonat home Saturday evening in. honor of Lt. Hugh Parker, of Galveston.

Roberts, Chicago; W. W. nines 'Tam presenterc Mrs. J. K. Mowery, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowery Jr." the Community church. B. G. Dahlberg and party froru! Chi- Texas, will arrive December 23 to

pa; F. P. Trallis, St. Louis; ClarenceBidding t' R. Y., Patterson and Mrs. N. C. Sto- Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowery, Sr.. and Mrs. Claude Downs and Troy, Pur- 'j casjo. The house was (decorated with be the guest of his relatives :Mr. and

. e ,; DetioltS.: W... S.e)'m:4e. l', y. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gonterman mo year motored to Palm Beach Saturday 'I I lovely cut flowers. pink and green Mrs. C. A. Parker, during the..Christ-

New lorkr.; A.t.Biirt.r.Urbananlll.. ; I :1 l'l' hostess.- tored to Sebring Sunday on a shopping trip. being the color scheme used in the mas holidays. .

F. E.. Bryant Palm. ,.. Bench'. : ;L- C. ,..
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Clarke, Jr., New .York; Mr, Douglas, --
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New Yo> k; S N. llalliiier. ittsbUrg';

Mac Christie: ; Jacksonville;; Jual! ,' : Che z 1
"
Here Christmas
OwenVet ,Palm I Beach., ; Jules M. They're.Coming for 1 :

Burgeures, Palm Beach., ,t .,

+ It was -:'u announced! over. the radio a i
'
d--' Sunday from WQAM, Miami,.that Victor ., Hatch's is the mecca for Gift Shoppers Hundreds and hundreds and hundred of gifts have gone from ncric tc sprcail chccrr ..f -

.
i Blato had joined the Rabbit Club. and happiness on Christmas morning and all year Gift seekers who are wise in the art of buying, who know quality ar .. .':Uc: : '}
We know Victor will enjoy wearing ,. >_ -:
1 5 and style, come to Hatch's for newer Gifts Better Gifts e'. Smarter Gilts Prices are DOWN AT HATCH'S This '.i'. : ':' .. ,1 t
; .
his rabbit club button; and his many' > ,,,. ,
'
'
friends arc glad to Know he is a year you can buy MORE GIFTS FOR LESS MONEYJ \:' ..:'. \.. ,.),;-1.
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.
member of this clubJudge -
,. ...
J. T. Chapman and Mrs J.

1 <:'; L. lifers of Ft. Myers were week-end
Hatch's BetterNewer Cheaper i
'' .Streets of. Mr. and ;Mrs.: Roy Dunua- Gifts ( (. I;

way. Mrs. Chapman returned with are. : : .
;
them after'' visiting Mrs. Dunnaway I ; .

for two weeks. : ,
SILK HOSIERY \ w f
I Miss Josephine Knight spent the .
POST OFFICESub I
, weekend In Ft.. Myers as guest of New .sheer Chiffon service semi-sheer '
smart --- or weights by Gordon : s
'
: her.' parents.I it' ,McCallunT -Gotham Gold Stripe Onyx or the new De Valee ,

:i' i.- and Mrs' G. Small spent Sunday StationGift They're in all le.1.eVl shades. Give_her a box of three'pairs ;' I

and Monday in Tampa on busi : :
'i ..
f .
- k "', ,ness. i : :"i ; : ; $1.00 to$2.50 ib' "

... Mr. and Mis.' McClure have moved .1 Wrapping ;. .; J'IIfi ':: ; ;d> :' <

in the home .formerly occupied. ,.by.1Ir. '"! '" ,.' '.', 1 ,..' .- .. -'. ;'". .,
,, '
and 1Irs.Iarfield.. '
: YOH'Santa
.j I. entireHANDBAGS -
Charlie 1Iinorspent the past weekend q lc completed here .
'
in Ft. Myers. .* 'v in few minutes lJ -.
J a 7
McDonald ,; Smart leathers, silks, tapestries and evening }bags in the smartest new ,
: Mr. and :Mrs C.V. 3.r 'I C/ifts are .C
wrapped pouch, flat envelope and vagabond styles with ornaments of :' :
crystal
5'i
,'
Miss Taylor, of
tissues
r ,. companied. Mary ? I ,t dainty packed "': :
shell,. stone and metal.] In all wanted colors. ._ : j
) D. motored to Se- for and a
,. Washington, C. :', .k; shipping insured
1.:; bring Sunday. t: and mailed . easily"i $' 2'.95' to $12.50 0"1'tl r

"_ .Mrs E. J. Kerr of Canal Point was '. 1 d 'conveniently and ,.- .. : : ,...

:;';. guest of'her relatives Mr. and Mrs. t :u with no.charge', except ... --C" ,.:. 'J ...__.:-..j-.. ':-.i-'J.t: : ,'';.. :>':'._.::.-. ... .,..:. .._ '

: '. f: for : .. ... ., .. c',." .. ...... ;; : "
O. L. Jeffries Monday. .' postage. GLOVES .. .r'I.. ")'i .. '1'c", '" > .'' '..fll ." ', I ,
tt ; .
,
.
E. E. Kelly and Campbell Nail .' 0'. '. c
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li -," motored- to West Palm Beach Sun : ;:. j< I 1. Fine suede gloves, .kid gloves, chamoisette" gloves and chamoisuedc; i }J

.
day. ;', i gloves in all lengths from 3-button slip-on to 20.button musquiteres i ir.
S <
: Dave Alston made a business trip a. ba for formal In black and 1. r
!. :; wear. white and all other wanted shades. &wV : i. l
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f
; to Palm Beach Tuesday.Dr. ) )

'.. .. J. W. Ezelle. A. W. Slas, Miss {1// $100 50 t& ''' !
$7
: Jamie Williams and Miss Sara Green Here t O ,1 Lti ; L!
]
; l'lJ.
;' were guests of Miss Ava Ezelle of ) li f '

Alva Sunday. 1 -. .' .'. ,. .". f

H. R. Hall spent the past weekend Jolly\ old St. Nick (himJEWELRY .' ., d' E-J

y'.:. in Jacksonville on business. I self,/ is here to greet you. ; ..' _r.:" U
Costume jewelry I for every occasion .. .. in_gold, .stlve! and other, .Qor"
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Jackson and Coine in and see him .. :."' ,
;' .1 metals, semi-precious stones, pearls and in the smartest combinations ., I
-
..,. son, Dennis, of Ft. Myers and Mr. he has th ,se beautifully -

and Mrs. Harry Fraser of Washington co'iured picture and storybocivcs and colorings. 1_ \

/: D. C., were week-end guests of I H FREE for children $1 00 to $10.00 . :
.
': Mr. and Mrs. Gus' McGhee.Mr. I "<*ompanied by their pare ..t _9- _

:;:'. and Mrs. C. .W. McDonald mo .. v,, y*. Fvejry day from 3 ;,11 nt ,,/IT'r .' .,
I P. M. to 5:30 P. M. and "
tored to Palm Beach 'Vednes lay. : : ?
... .: from 10 A. M. 6P.M. LAMPS '.
I>, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bryant of Palm : .: .' t! .i to c : r 1
on Saturdays. .
'''i.:. Beach are spending several dayswith ;-. I. Lamps of. all kinds for every purpose.- In beautiful It'ian pottery l,
Capt. and Mrs F, Dean Duff. -- -----
17" and Napleswear designs, Chinese and moderne effects Gifts that.' ;tJ'

!i > Mrs. Gus McGhee antI guests Mrs, .. ,':.:. I I. i radiate cheer all year. ,t.." .: :'

:: :' "' N. J. Johnson and Mrs, Fraser' made[ ,. .. O PEN ... : > ;, ,,,,,,
? .' :: ; :i ,.: A' i. $2.50 $12.50
I ,. I to
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.t-If a shopping. trip to West Palm Beach 7' :' 1. .-:) Jt :" 'f':.: I'
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f was in Clcwibton Monday II December 20, 22, 23, 24 LINENS J

I '.:;..-. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker and I III .J n .

::: .'i daughter, Betty, Mr., and Mrs. Jack '{ : ij f For those late shoppers: Finest linens from Ireland.. Luncheon and bridge sets. Table cloths .

II r". .- : Stalls and children motored to Palm- I who cannot find time .to and napkins, tea towels, finger towels, guest towels, bath towels .
i make their selections In *
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',t.. dale Bandar i
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'f;.;..::'.!', Mr Gus McGhee made a business i will be open evenings the The finest Irish and French .and domestic linens. Luncheon and s+i>7 l

trip to Tampa Tuesday. 'i t last.f ur days before. bridge sets, table cloths and napkins. Finger! towels, guest towels, ,

: Tom Shelley and Paul Deam madea r: i: Qhristmas.Ask tea towels, bath towels and sets. Bed linens and other household

business trip to Palm Beach :Mon i 'Jt needs. .
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after being in Palm Beach for iI R '' I the -G-.ft-- 85c to $25.00 .- I E:

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two weeks on business. .f 1 ,. '

Joseph Stradman of Miami Beach ,. ..

made a business trip to Clewiston !r' Secretary GIFT NOVELTIES i -
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;; A. H. Lewis of Tampa was in Clew- i J iJ Wise: in the way ,?Gifts_ Gifts from everywhere in the 'world.. > Quaint gifts, different gifts I

'',' iston, Thursday on -business.Mr. she will gladly assist you' to please everyone. A few of the items are : Pewter, Earthenware, I

: and Mrs., B. F. Fears I I' in making your selec Book Ends, Imported Stationery, Ash Trays, Smoke Stands, Pictures r ,( .
aro very -' tions. Ask her . she and other art objects and gift novelties. M;
happy the .iff;} <
over arrival-of a baby : t knows ,

boy Friday morning at the Lakeside: '\1! ,;i ."* ': ., 25c to $15.00 I '. tl ;

hospital. The baby will be called Henry I. l: '
Mail!
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,t Copeland. 5Promptly i I c.... .. .
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Alston and I -

daughter Elva were guests of Mr. J. Filled !! i I.
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and Mrs. G. '''Lawton Sims of Canal VISIT .J! VISIT'


Point Dr. and Sunday.Mrs. J. C. NowHn of West .. TOYLAND.a rc 5 ; "
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Palm Beach were: visiting friends In' ', .11 : : : TOYLAND

:' ._ Clewiston Sunday. .
; :;, Dr. J. W. Ezelle made a business .. :.1:,.. -* WEST PALM BEACH

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NEWS. CLEWISTON. FLORIDA
PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 19, 1930

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WRITES SHORT STORY Outside the wind' growls fiercelyand

many people a-merry.malclhg

LABELLE NEWS Mallory Altman of WauChula (Continued from F'age 1) but within a soul has found peace.

visited his sister, Mrs. A. B. Town- p P OI E R The wind blows on but this ChristmasEve
0 in the form of a tiny girl. She dances they who love
.': MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD end this week while here he spent Cr each other are

'.. :)no day hunting in the Everglades. yr around and clasps her small hands.It together again. All Is'well. '

,'., _ _.__ : : = : : : : : -=-c c : c= = =- from their is evident that a big dolly causes,
;' \: : : : = = = lamo was rather plentiful
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HeStoh oltayshore of this joy. First Classman-"Well, dearest
'. MISS ALICE HULL HOSTESS Mr. and Mrs. Charlie -eports. ,

(" spent the week-end with, Preaching at the Baptist church was d C 0 MPA N I IATTHE. There is another vision, one of a what did your father say when he
tiny grave in a sunny land where found that I wanted to "
," A birthday party for Miss Alice home folks the past week. well attended Sunday morning and marry you?

r Hull was' given by her parents, Mr. Mrs. Sam Carson and mother, Mrs evening. Several cars from Felda flowers bloom. lIe sees a poor but She-"At first he demurred because .

r.': and Mrs. Perry Hull, Monday evening E. M. Weekly, visited Mrs. W. M. went to Immokalee for service in the happy family enjoying their last ho didn't want to lose me, butI
ChrIstmas
in Ft. Myers Sunday. together. But happiness Is explained that he could have me,
(> at her home. Games and music Roberts afternoon.Mrs. .
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; ,' were ,enjoyed. Refreshments of chick Mrs R. J. Moon, Mrs. Corine For- H. L. Reeves spent Tuesday hitter-sweet and all too short. Thereis and that he would- have you to boot."
:: a train wreck and his wife and baby First Classman-"That
sounds all
Monday
? en pllau butter sandwiches, devil'sfood rey and Mrs. GroverHill spent! shopping in Fort Myers.
are' two of the who Tight, except for the 'to boot'
many perish. part.-
,. cake and cocoa were served to in Ft. Myers Christmas shopping.Mr. Vegetable shipping time in Fclda 0 He
comes north to Pointer.
<:' forget but
: the following: Carrie Eunice ,Rider. Arnold Wiggins son of Mrs. Is busy time but hunting is not neglected the memories mow

.. : Flora Padgett, Vivian Wiggins, Ola G. W. Riddle, arrived Wednesday We hear reports that make of the past stand out
vividly. He has
tf-: Yates, Frances Turner. Mary Mark- ''rom Durham, N. C., to spend the us wish we were hunters too. Turkeyand climbed the ladder of CARD OF THANKS ..
r success to the uppermost, but all in I thank every person in Clewistonand
'S ; ette, Yeatrice Miller, Catherine Curry. winter with his parents in LaBelle.Mr. venison Is quite common.,
vain.
':ij.. and Mrs. W. M. Roberts of A crowd of young people gave Miss Those who had never known vicinity for their kindness to
wealth had passed on to eternal Mrs. Scott and myself.
of
the dinner guests
; Ft. Myers were Estel Ethington a surprise party '.
peace. He is known to the J. W. SCOTT '
Mrs. Sam Carson Wednesday.Mr. Wednesday evening.Mrs. world as ,
BAPTISTS TO HAVE
CHRISTMAS TREE W. M. Poole, Mrs. Mark Poole, L. N. Thomas and daughter, a cruel, aloof, relentless man. December 17, 1930.

, Mr. Marion Messer and family left Mrs. E. Fortson spent Saturday in Ft. RfQHT PRfCE AT I I Again he sees the vision of his baby -

t.n .r Thursday on a hunting trip to the Myers looking for Santa Claus. and hears her cry out one word 666
The Womans Missionary Union met "Daddy!" He
"Devil's Garden" to be ten THE CLEWISTON ausweres "I'm coming."
gone
afternoon When the cukes are all gone we
at the church last Wednesday
: The angel of peace is
hovering
?.. -" with nine members present. days. thought we'd have time to get caughtup somewhere Colds and HeadachesIs

:-S-" Plans were discussed for a Christmas We regret to learn of the dangerous with our hunting but here come LAUNDRY CO.We I his face and near.ho A drops tear the trickles letter down he a doctor's prescription for
condition of Mr. Rufus Small
: tomatoes, squash and eggplants
tree for Sunday school children. Mrs. peppers It is the
is most
f ; .holding. His stern face is softenedby speedy remedy known.
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from a recent operation at the Arcadia I all inf a hurdles The other fellow work. Send
Gus Padgett, Mrs. R. N. Miller and do out-of-town your '
a tender smile
t:::.., Mrs Sam Saunook were appointed hospital. They took him backto will get the game this year as for his soul.. is at 666 also >!Tablets..

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a: : will be held Tuesday evening he soon recovers. Mrs. "Jack" Himrod of Wauchulawho press. Special attention given these ,

t.:. at 8:00 o'clock, December 23. Mrs. Lottie Langford of Ft. Myers is visiting relatives in, Felda Satisfy him
!;.. spent the past week in LaBelle visiting with\ \ ,/
LaBelle school
the in hlgTR
:. spent day orders-returns quickly .mad Write

',. LABELLE VICTORIOUS relatives. last Wednesday.Mr. .T
.' Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Keen, Mr.. and i Pure
;-f:' and Mrs. Robert Roberts and Guernsey Milk
P" list of various services. ,.
) Mrs. N. E. Keen and children of Alva for our price
./'' The LaBelle Girl Scouts basket 'amily from Immolcalfe attenfled
"' 't were Sunday visitors of Mrs. J. G.
,: ball team Friday night won a clean, Martin. 'hurch in Felda Sunday. CLEWIS TONLAUNDRY from the i
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.::.. fast victory over the Ft. :Myers Girl :Mrs.: H. L. Reeves was a welcome I
Ben Dickerson, the State of
: -' Scouts, with the final score 42-11 in Capt. visitor in our school last Thursday. inc.
Florida Prison inspector, was in La-
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f::, favor of LaBelle. Martha Baker, Eleanor Haley Fortson improving slowly.We EL PASO AVE. SAN BONITA ST. ,
3elle last Wednesday.Mr. .: ; :
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/ Newberry and Felicia West did ,,
line: he will be able to return to .
and Mrs.\ A. B. Wright and "
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:, brilliant work for the Ft. Myers shod soon. ,,=--, ...
children of Arcadia spent the past
,;. team and Flora Padgett was an out Mr. Sh cer brought in a fine string nowk..9imite
week end with friends in LaBelle. our 6 Laundry
,< standing player for LaBelle. Miss
,">f fir1Tuesdry' afternoon They were

>, Ruth. Gibson, Ft. Myers coach was 'augLt in th canal below Immokalee. ,
MRS. EDWARDS ENTERTAINS I ,
referee during the first half and Mr. Mrs. Harncy Maddox motored to"Tyrnama I ---- -
" Miss Russell Altman of Belle Glade CLEWISTON DAIRY'COMPANY
(. Edward Lane ", LaBelle coach, in the Saturday to see Mrs. Mad.'Ox's .
Opens Season of Social Events. who has been visiting Mrs. A. IS.
.: second half. I
parents. Townsend has to Wauchula fora Sugarland Highway
Bridge Was the Entertainment.Mrs. gone Phone 333
:'. The line-up follows: Children In our school are still visit. .

FT. MYERS LAB ELLI : -- : =::: : : ::: = : :::
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Hunter ................ rf ................ Padgett of the term achievement tests were the part : ::: = :
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Everett entertained : = : :
Lessey ..............."... If ............:::...... Rider Saturday evening cause. -- : : -=- =

Perry .............:.. jc ................ Cochran starting off the social season witha of week. PALM .
Cane grinding time begun at the Mrs. Mary A. Franz of Miami was BAKERY
Newberry ............ se' \........... Bronson most unique Bridge Party. Five 'ownsend _
tables for farm last week. It will take here Sunday to visit her mother and 1
West .................... rg .,,......... ndersonKnigh't were spread the occasion _
and the contestants everal weeks to winish up. father, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Fitzhugh.Mr. .
.....: .,........ lg .................. Daul numbered sever .
Substitutes for Ft. Myers: Reiter, al people from out of town. A Christmas 'Many hunters pass through our C. W. Hodges of Miami visited Patronize your home industries.

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section People who have his wife and family here the first oC
Kellum, Baker. Watford; LaBelle; atmosphere was seen in the decorations every day. -. .
Including a tree bearing the more time than we do carry away the week.
Curry, Burke, Infringer, Roberts. .
J. BRANTLEY
prizes, with Christmas Bell tallies. more than their share of the game. Mr.Marvin Taylor spent the day & SON

Miss The other decorations were in accord Mr. and Mrs. Loran Sheeley of Fel in..Ft. Myers Wednesday. II I
Mable
Driggers, of Moore Haven I
with this scheme. da and Mr. S. H. Brown of Immokalee .
the
spent past week-end with
Miss Maude Maglll. After contesting for the prizes fora spent the week-end in Palmetto ( '

Mrs' M. J. Bush, Mrs. E. M. Cor- couple of hours Mrs. Edwards, In w. ..r ;

her usual Joyful manner, served fe- Taylor, I. L. Heath. Joe Ross, Robert .
nette. Misses Louise and Josephine Visit Our Advance Si fie I Touches .I
freshmtnts of lime sherbet Moon. H. L. Delaney, Grover Hill I-
Roberts spent Saturday in Ft. Myers served in Add Interest To These Ef

shopping. candied orange cups, snowball cake, Carl Royer, C. ,E. Weaver, Geo. Pet-

Miss Pauline Bernhardt and Mr. individual fruit cake, covered with tee. I. A. Phillips, Carl Beckemeyer, ToylandSecond 4' New Sample Hatst

white icing and cherry Misses Sallle Middlebaugh, Mildred '
poinsettia
Adolf Bernhardt, of Citrus Center, Floor Straws Felts and Silks. r.,

were shoppers in LaBelle Saturday.Mr. candied papaya. Coffee was servedat Rhodes, Ann Presnell. Maud Magill. New selections just 305 Clematis Values up m O f *,IC' "J.Y

J. G. Martin the Rawleigh the card tables, covered with First prize, a cedar door stop, was arrived 111 So. Olive to $5.98 E.JiJa.QJJ .

dealer will mtor to Clewiston Thursday beautifully handpainted lunch OI won by Mrs. Heath; 2nd prize, bridge

on business.Mr. cloths. treaties, won by Mrs. Daughterly; -
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Harry Rodgers is owner of anew The playing was spirited throughout. cut, a bottle of perfume, won by Miss -SAVE MONEY SHOP AT FETh3 : :
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Plymouth car. The following guests participating Rhodes; consolation, hat.xbrush. won

Mr. Donald : Miss Sarah Pettee, Chicago; by Mrs. Staley.
Delaney and Mr. Frank DOLLARS GO FURTHER ERFCLEWlSTON

Turner returned Sunday from:'a' hunting Mrs. Geo.' Berow, Watertown, N. Y.; The hostess was assisted by her '., I

trip, with a fine turkey Mrs.. E. .D. Lester, Cape Giradeau, sister, Mrs. I. A- Phillips of Immokalee. "

There will be a Christmas,.,-thie.'at 310.; Mrs. C. P. Staley, Fort Dryers; the two together affording an a'- New Spring Fine ,Chiffon Canton Crepo .
Mesdames Frank t Rich Satin and New FIi'; C:'.:)e .
Daugherty A.
the Methodist church December 24 L.J i ternoon most enjoyable. if'
'' and Ensemble >
at 8:00: o'clock. ''' 5SeS C
DREw E
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Mr. Thomas Howard who has been ... ... That Were Taken From Higher Priced -. .i

confined by illness at his .home Is Stocks "ew Boleros, New \inJ'M', TaW! :-.rs, Draped

improving steadily. New !blectes and Neck Ijlncs. St>'les for every
98 holiday occasion. novelsnew prints. High
Mrs. Lee Whiddon and children of $13 .
shades. Values up to :$15.00.:; ;
Clewiston were visitors in LaBelle

Saturday. J Tho moment you sec them you know they arc (fb Q
not regular $t3.98 dresses. Stunning models .of (6 9 0
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Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Miller and chI( Satins, Chiffons, Crepes and Woolens. Stylesfor

dren Virgel, Carson, Veatrlce and all occasions and all purposes.:

Miss Lucile Hampton 'motored to ..--- -
Tampa_ Friday for the week-end with MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME : ;' Make. Yourself a Gift of One of These .
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DRJ.:3SSES
100 SilK! Sunerbl Fash's icd .
relatives .and, to do Christmas! slrop- ;' i

pay;. Sizes 11 to 26 and 36 to ,IG, New Silk Prints C l r >TSLavishly 1

Mrs. Ed Yoemans and son. Bill, .
were visitors in Ft. Myers Friday. A FEW CHOICE ROOMS o and Canton Crepes, at a price that should encourage Fur Trimmed 1'

Mrs. R. R. Small and Mr. J. O. : 3 on to buy them in groups. Sizes 14 BROADCLOTHS, 'tf f" Q s ,
AVAILABLE. f! TRICO CLOTHS, l.1 /f\\ C ::- S :
ARE NOW I' ) "
Davidson motored to Arcadia Sunday to O. 1 Sl ORT WEAVES .,. fcj J r.r

afternoon to visit Mr. Small at the Vnliics, up to $35.00 . *- ""*' :, -

hospital. .T $ A J: 98 Fur collars and cuff, of French Res-::-, rat' \t ', '

4 s 'p. Fox, Wolf, I'ci-slin Lamb, Opossum'an; _. U
:Miss Ann Presnell, Mr. Raymond Q- : and Lapin

Hendry, Miss Mildred Rhoads and I REASONABLE RATES I '

Mr. Leland Crews motored to "The .

City of Palms" Sunday evening to 81x108 RAYON BROGOvVNS J3cnufif'I Little JerseyBROTHER m
HOMELIKE SISTERSUITS .
SURROUNDINGS AND
see the movies. CADED, BED SPREADS.

Mr. and Mrs. Bulkeley Weston, Hand-made of Sheer Ba-
fine unlit' Colors. .
Nice
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Rich haVe taken q tiste and Voile, app Ique d.In a : of colorings-

rooms and board with Mrs. R. N. rose or blue. $OJ.? 50 values. In
in contrasting colors Sizes 2 to G.Specially r:
Miller TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
,' ,, t1) gift box. Values ,n
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t:. Mr. Tom Wilkinson and Mr. Ramp .,... qjJ 1 $ i9
Snlo . . up to $1.75 . i
Hanson returned from a hunting trip priced .
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Saturday. They brought back one
44 x 44 ALL LINEN SILK ROBES
deer and three turkeys.Mr. A Specially i Selected

and Mrs. G. H. Small Ole .... J.UNCH SETS, with rainb -. Group of
spent CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL Crepe de Chine and
week-end with his mother; Mrs. R. K. ,iw borders; four Napkins f. GIRLS' PARTY DRESSES
in
Satin ptlnteacslgns
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Small in LaBelle enroute to Tampa, 1 to m:1Lc.: Good quality Plain .d fancy I lace
".tt'1 ciLln: b"'')>+'>T' and r.:

to visit relatives and will return $1.25 valuei. l 1 H 1 1 $. .'I' .. 7') h- ,,:. .....1 i : im..-...... Sizes 2 to 14.

Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. Gertrude Special . . V,' i -
Jacobs of Atlanta, da.,. to THE guc 2:98: toCOATS
WATANABE HOTEL $1 $10
spend Christmas with them in their LINEN box . .
ALL
54 x 70
home in Clewiston.
r LUNCH SETS Hemstitched -
Rev. Jean Hendry, of Muse, deity SLIPS ;:
MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. with six Napkins
ered an excellent sermon Sunday at to match. All white or For boys and girl! in

the Baptist church His text was with colored borders. Flat'Crepe In tailored and sizes from ? to 14. These

"Babes in Christ ,Jesus." There were lace trimmed models. value
,. Nice quality. Specially are all wonderful
seventy Sunday school attendants s priced, including gift box. Regular $1.93 Values. at pines from 'O
present. -

Col. and Mrs. H. A. Rider ant 1 $2.98 I $1050 $2..f L j to $15

daughter, Virginia spent Saturday i ir 1 :iipecial . .

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