The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1931
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: UF00028415:00299
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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;:: : ; LAKE LEVELComptroller P. G. Bishop THE WEATHER Cane Harvesters Not

. ; : : '.' TAMPA FAIR WILL J .' r McCLoUUSTARTS I : Satisfactory; Men

", BE BEST EVEIt TO Dec. ,18, ?..S.__'P.:.:...,.........6....A.17.6 M. P.\I.17.5'. WOill(1IEV'"( / j I Dale Ma:: ,Min.. Rainfall Cutting Cane. < ,.

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; .' !"' FLA. Dec. 20 .... ................... 17.6; .. 17,6 ;, I I Dec. 23;I .............! 63 ". -53. .1').. for the Bishop, operating receiver,

.:._. BE SHOWN IN Dec. 21 .........,.............. 17.5 17.6 81 AT t ROl R DI ,:1 ec. 24 .............: '56 42 gave orders Southern for Sugar Company' ,

Dec. 22 ........................ 17.5 17.6 I Dec. 25 ..:..... .:... 58 50"I 1930 the mill to start the
Dec. 23 ......................... 17.4 17.6Dec. I Dec. 26'...... ;......69 59 ,, grinding season today. :Mr., Bishop -

Every Section'Of State 24 ..........:........ ..... 17.4 l'l.4 Tw:j Crews Expected'ToBegin I Dec. 27 ..............'82 54 .50 has had the Canal Point mill. ill
': 'Be Represented At Work This vec. 28 .............. 62 38" operation since December 1st. Nine
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:' ;::1' : : I Total rain for week .................... 2.14Total sugar have been shipped from
,! :, '. :' Tampa State Fair. FLORiDA BANKS{ Week On Project. the Canal Point mill during the vast

": ,;? !:'i,'.. y Jy rain to date .....::............... 72.61.. month. Mr. Bishop stated' that trib" '
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: :t. : ,'.' Large, Display of Fireworks IN GO D SHAPE. Work was started this week on the I -- Canal Point mill would be ,shut down

; ; Onq of the largest open air flre- twenty three miles of unfinished I FLORIDA CITIES TOI' until the present mill at Clewiston 0

works attractions ever brought to highway between ,Clewiston and La- reached its capacity of 4,000 tons of!:

,:: Florida, "The Festival of Fire," will BABSON IS TOLD Belle. .ir cane per day.

.. .t headline. tho evening entertainment The McCloud Construction COli},!in -s OBSERVE NEXT WEEK Tho new cane harvesters have been
t "r program' at the South Florida Fair ny has the contrrrt tc place the rock in the fields since before,. Christmas.The .

.-and Gasjmilla Carnival, Feb. 3 to. of Currency over this grade. It is expected that AS COURTESY WEEK original model and one of the

,.\; 1J,. according to contracts which have Authority For Interesting two crews will begin work at once c I I new machines have been working for:

jiM! bfou closed by General Manager on this gracIe, one crew starting at the past two weeks. New men have
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.W P. :T. Stri der.t LaBelle and the other on this end of I Would Be Fine F ove If been instructed in the handling "of

):. 1'he attraction will be planned and -' the road. Operating \'lvs President of the the huge machines which has been
, il'. carried out in i its entirety by the (The' Highlander) The slag! and oil dressing will be I S"Jg.ip: Company. P. G. Bishop was Local Citizens Would quite a task.: '. -

,t. rtt.;,::;' 'world's' largest producers of fireworks Roger, W, Babson caIne Saturday put on the road by state labor using I appointed operating receiver for the Join Campaign.JACKSONVILLE .. The new harvesters. stated Mr.
'. : morning to spend his fifth winter at convicts to do the work. I Co"lp; -:nyvh"T i i'I?s' placed: in! the Bishop, will cut 500 tons or'c ne'
Fireworks Mountain Lake where owns a home. hand of receivers last June. All cred- each. There will .
: .r. The present grade is in fine condi- : Jan 1. Next be seven machineson '
:.,. -f'\ furnished the 0 pyrotechnic spectacles Mis. Babson will not be here until tion for the rock surface and when i il for the success of the grinding week ,is "Courtesy Week' in Florida. the Clewiston division and "will '

'.","':\:"_;'- .for the last three world's fairs and! after Christmas, but will come in I completed will be one of the finest c aroi: !c: due Mr. Bishop. He hasc Chambers of Commerce in all partsof cut 3500 tons of cane each day. These _. "
',< '-: ; :" for hundreds of state fairs and celebrations time for the poening of Webber college road in the state. There will be ;: rgo of all operations: and was one the State are preparing to carryout machines will do the work of three '
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.:" : .. : ': ',. throughout the country. It the institution founded by her { only one curve between LaBelle and of the receivers who signed the con- .special programs emphasizing the thousand men and will keep the I

.' .::;'.: '. will be enacted on a huge scale, much three years ago as a means of teach- Clewiston that cannot be made at a tract to use the cane harvesters during value of courtesy according to the Clewiston mill running at full capa

/,' more elaborate and extensive than ing young women of inherited wealth I high rata of speed. When this road the present season. Florida State, Chamber of Commerce.The city.The .
',' -' any evening program presented herein how to take care of it. ; is completed there will remain only following resolution has been new cane harvesters will' be '.

, :' \: recent, years.. On his:: way down Babson stoppedin I ten miles of unfinished road between, CANAL adopted by the Miami Beach Cham- used for the first time in this sec ". .
.. Washington to see the comptroller the East and the West POINT MILL Never -.
o ,., According! to tho preliminary outline : coasts. This ber of Commerce as part of its tion. before has a cane crop
S "'Ji.-" :. ( given out today by Mr. Strieder of the currency and heard a bit of section of the road will be completednext "Courtesy Wee.k" program: been harvested mechanically, and'' if .-,
: its news, that makes extremely good year. CLOSES AFTER ONE the present machines successful -
, .\< "The Festival of Fire" will. ,as "WHEREAS, we believe that the proves #
I .' :'-'. : name implies, present every type or reading for Florida consumption justat The state road department has already cooperation of our citizens in a campaign the Southern Sugar Company will .

: feature now embraced in the world this time. I let the contract for paving the r MONTHS GRINDING of courtesy would be more .have started a new era. in the sugar :".:

,,: of modem fireworks. Quadruple ie- "In what state of the Union do the load from Mains corner into Moore valuable in a year than $100,000 spent industry. 1

: :..' /-1.' peating rockets battle shells, setpieces banks make the best showing at this Haven. It is expected that the through the customary channels to Mr. Bishop stated that It would '
and color, time." the comptroller asked of Mr. stretch of road from Moore Haven to take until May to harvest the 650.000 .
of dazzling beauty and
: ::.;:- :; Will Remain Closed Until ;Ie \publicity' and advertising ,
and Babson. the Clewiston road will be tons of in the fields of the
::.; weird aerial bombs that shriek paved soon "WHEREAS, our citizens. alive to cane now ..
howl as they zig zag across 'the sky The statistician did not care to after' the legislature meets. Clewiston Mill the best Interests of our city, are Anxious Sugar Company. -

I and scores of' other entirely new hazard a guess and said so. I It is understood that the county Reaches Capacity. that our city should continueto The cane harvesters have 'changedthe

" types of pyrotechnics will be mingled "You may be surprised to know commissioners of Glades county have grow and prosper. entire operations of handling the I

with profusions of historical features that it is the banks of Florida," said. gotten together on this project and I "NOW THEREFORE your Cham- cane from the fields to the mill. Last '
'., have: .1 left, J thq matter ot selecting- .. ', T'ie!; ral-at? Canal Point. ..was closed, the was harvested 'by hand. -- .,
. .7.. and comedy tableax: The program comptroller._- v, 't, -*-,... _- '-.rMr. ; after ber of Commerce, has named the first year crop
:; will run the/ -Cntlrei gamut of, fireworks -' Babson went on to say that right of way for this grade up to the this week running through the week of January. 1931, as COURTESY It was cut and stripped and piled In '
art. 'state road departmeent. Mr. Bentleyhas month of December.. The mill was the fields and then loaded on wagons -
the banks of this state are in excel- WEEK, and knowing that courtesy
tech- stated that he was in favor ot slow in starting due to the fact thatit which hauled the cane to the
A special troup of lent condition with deposits showinga' costs: nothing and pays dividends,
early in t making the connecting link over had not, been operated for five railroad, cars. The cane was not cut
reach Tampa ttn
nicians will great deal of money. asks that you and your friends
Bakers highway. This will shortenthe P. A. Poche and Eugene Kerr The Harvesters
.January to stage the event and tons year New Year's Day and for six days into small pieces.
; of fireworks will be required for the, amount of work to be clone by the should be congratulated on the work thereafter, length. This year the cane harvesterswill

presentation, officials say. 1930 HASBEEN APROSPEROUS state approximately eight miles and done at the Canal Point mill. Approximately "RESOLVE, that you will greet every cut the cane in sm pieces about .' .
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would give a complete paved road ten inches long. All the ....
t Galore I 530,000: worth of sugar was stranger whom you meet in town eight or
Poultry: from the ridge section into Clewiston had to be boarded along the :
The .R .. Red Club oC YE'ARFOR produced at the Canal Point Mill dur- with a smile and a pleasant "Good wagons .
in a short time. ing the month of December. sides as wells the cane cars. 'The LY
America will hold the annual convention I Morning! or "How Do You Do? ,
R and show of that organization All cane was cut, by hand labor and cane is loaded direct to the wagons "
1 Florida Fair' and OUR) COUNTY hauled short distance to from the cane harvesters, thus. saving ,
during the South MRS. WILLIAMSON was only a '..
four cents
Gasparilla Carnival, Feb..3 to 14 and the' mill in cane wagons. This was seventy per "
:participate as one of the outstanding one of the main factors in keeping handling charges. over last years op- .
Every Section of County ENTERTAINS SOCIAL I orations. 5
features of the big poultry exposition the mill at capacity operation. Mr. ORDERED OPENEDTO
The harvester turns on Its
\ P. T. Strieder, general managerhas Has Faced Problems Poche and Mr. Kerr had the mill run cane
own axis the machines are drivenby
announced. CLUBTUESDAY ning full time during the last of De SAVE GROVES .
More than 500 blooded birds will Bravely. cember. two gasoline engines mounted on

be displayed by the club meembers S an endless track. Cane is thrown: In-"

\ and many prominent poultry fanciers With the closing of.the old year Thee home of Mrs. F. L. Williamson The Canal Point mill was closed to a steel maw by two rows of steel '..<
and the beginning of the new it.is. the to: that all cane cut at that point mandibles. which flip out and gather ,:
from every section of the country was scene of a delightful Drainage Board Acts On '
'could be ClowJs- '
will be present during the judging. but fitting that we take stock of our Christmas party given by the Clew- transported to the in the stalks and then disappear. Into -
assets and them with the ton mill to keep it operating at full East Coast Protest the throat of the machine the -
Besides the cash premiums offered by compare I l iston Social Club Tuesday afternoon.

.; the fair association, many medals I I previous years. An exchange of 'Christmas gifts, I capacity. By Owners. cane then goes on a conveyor and aS '
and trophies will be awarded by the The' entire county has been benifit- games and contests was the featureof The'iew cane harvesters have not it vanishes a rotating chopping, .

club. I ed during the past year. The out- the afternoon's entertainmentwith been working in the Canal Point di- TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 31.-Tallahassee mechanically timed. cuts the 'cane .:;

Autos to Race standing development in the countyis Mrs. W. S. Ilarveell Mrs. Dave vision, all cane being cut with hand members of the Everglades leaves and tops into small pieces. .-

Tampa's Plant park race track the sugar industry at Clewiston. Alston, Mrs. J. K. Mowery, Jr., Mrs.I labor. Six cane harvesters will be unloaded drainage district board Including From the choppers the cut cane Is '

will be ,the Mecca for a score or This industry without a doubt the F. L. Williamson, Mrs. )V. C. Hooker in the Canal Point zone this Governor Carlton and members or elevated to two large rotating drums .
more of America's dirt track auto largest single industry in the south. and Mrs. Louis Morgan winning week and! are expected to be' put in his cabinet today notified A. W. moving in opposite directions, through -Y

( .race Kings this winter when two, There has been a severe set back: prizes. Refreshments consisting of the fields at once. Young, West Palm Beach, secretaryof which powerful blasts of air are :

'k ._ '; speed classics will be staged as sen- during the past year but consideringthis I a salad course, cake and coffee were Until the Clewiston mill reaches Its the board,. and Ralph A. Horton forced, blowing leaves, tops and rub:1:

sational features of the South Flor- its development has been the sereved to the following guests: .capacity the Canal Point mill will Fort Lauderdale resident member to bish out the rear ,of the machine.' :'

ida Fair and Gasparilla, Carnival. largest in the county. The troublesof J Mesdames Dave G. Alston, S. remain closed, The capacity of the open the locks south of the New river The cane falls into another conveyor -: .. .w'

The first race meet is to be held the sugar company have not been { Harvell, W C.. Hooker, J. K.; Mowery Clewiston mill is four thousand fivo canal to relieve flooded citrus sec- and is lifted overhead into a wagon ..h
when the local but national. The panic that ( Sr., F. L. Williamson. M. W. Bigg, hundred in Bioward drawn alongside the machines.which ... ;
.on Tuesday, February3, tons of bane a c\ay and according tions county. .'
;, Florida state championship contest struck the entire nation just as the J. E. Beardsley-. K!' Mowery Jr., to P. G. Bishop the cane far'l Recognizing protests from citrus equipped with lights, can be .. '.-,;

i will be scheduled as an event. Special local industry was in its infancy, F. W. DeLozier, T. E. Gonternrxn,' J. -....ste:! :. : 'n t'ip Ceniston! area can .cut. growers that continued closing of the operated also at night. with ..'.,
I purses and trophies are being offered caused the ciytailment of its delevop- G. Allhands and F. M. Wrght. j I ':',s amount of cane each day. locks was causing heavy loss to some Sugar men say the cut the stalks, .
knife fitted discs, can '
i to attract the cream of northern speedway ment program. Yet since the begin 5000 acres of citrus lands, while bene- ''
close to or under the ground, thus ;
I stars from the major tracks. ning of 1930 great progress has been fitting a much smaller area of vegetable ,.-
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made in the county. Greetings For 1931 utilizing the butts, which have high \
Corn and Cotton Show crops, members of the board sugar content Heretofore the hand .. ''.
I I.: G. Clayton, district rePresentative Starting the old year \\Uli approximately I oAt here directed the locks be opened until method of harvesting left the stalks '' :, ..1

-- for the 4H club work in Florida 12.000 acres in cane the company this season of the year It has become a custom for men to turn aside,, further notice. in the ground. The saving made possible .:,'i

I, notified. ( officials, of the South FlirldaFairzand has increased their holdings to from their every day task and pause for a moment to' take:: stock of the many The'' Tallahassee members ot the by the new machines, they said .

I.. ,, Gasparilla Carnival today over 20,000 acres to be harvested this blessings they have received during the past year. To rejoice with theeir hoard went on record as favoring would pay for operation of the ma ';1 1U

,',' that members of that organization in :year. The new cane harvesters havebeen : fellowman In the knowledge that something has been accomplisshed. To renew the "lowest possible water level" in chines. .; i

this state are preparing the greatest put into use on the sugar com acquaintances and at the same time realize how dependent we' are the south New river area unti present '.. ;

corn!; and, cotton show ever arranged pany's prope'l'tr. The Canal Point one upon the other. conditions change. FOR FLORIDA .:
Jn the south by boys and girls mill was put Inlo operation which State officials have been 'receiving I .\ HEADED :. ':

I\li'. ""Clayton. whIle in Tampa, rescerved i fcpippd nle co'int" iu a financial way. So at' this time, we pause to thank the many readers of the News for protesets against the closing of the The line of traffic-headed. through- '. .J
Hundreds of been at their cooperation In helping us to make the Clewiston News, Hendry County's said '.* .
men have
much additional space for 4H; locks for several months. They Washington for Florida sunshine re- ,.i.
exhibits and: announced that he would work, who without the) c1 velop'ruentof ,I leading newtp<1per. We rejoice in the thought that this paper belongs one set of locks in the Evergladeswas sorts doesn't seem to have been ;_>|

return here early in January to make the company would have been out to you and that you share! In its value to the county. It shall be our arm In blasted open last summer after shortened in the least by general industrial ?
of employment.The 1931 to continue to serve you with the best newspaper possible.Our about :
final preparations. for thee show. failure of petitions to bring conditions. The ''trains and ."

r, "" ,;, Citrus Show .. cross state highway has been aim will be to bring the. people, of the county just a little closer, by opening of the spillways. motor linos are more Active than ,.',;",*v;'. ;:

Promising the greatest citrus how completed ten miles beyond) Cl"wi'i- presenting to you the news of the entire county, sharing our joys and: sorrows last year; From Miami come reports' : '*"*.r f

in history.. p, T. Strieder. general ton, Contracts: have been let for the together.AJe'shali strive to promote the interest of every section and 150 YEAR OLD' PISTOL. that 1,000 or more cars a day are nr- .. ', ,

manager of the South Florida Fair balance of the rood from Clew1 tun.; by so doing believe that this will bring' the problems of each section to the' I I' riving. Captain Jack Bander superintendent ..'.r; ,
and Gaaparilla Carnival, has announced to LaBelle. of city docks says there '
attention, of the entire county. By cooperation and thoughtfulness for our *
a new classification for competitive When completed this road will open fellowman Hendry county should stand shoulder to shoulder with the best An antiquated pistol was found will be SO or more yachts 4n Biscayne T--' .::

displays for growers and up the county to traffic from the counties in the state. lodged between rocks. near Sunbury Bay early in tho year. More ,. .
packers to bp added to the county, East to the West coast. The grade t Pa., where it is believed to have than 800 race horses will be at the '? :it

community and municipality, exhibits from LaBolle tothe Lee county line May the New Year bring! Happiness, Prosperity and Many Blessings to rested for 150 years. Although rust Miami track by the time the season ,
-1 of past years. Several of the leading has been completed. Contracts will our readers. has rendered the metallic parts of opens next 'month. Who doesn't: long .r

packers of the, state have already -re- he let for this pr'oject.soon after the .. the weapon useless, the walnut: handle for a vacation:! in this wonderful part.. "
e-.Itservcd. space.. .. }.or fruit displays. and first of. the yoar. ,. is in splendid condition. of our country? m ,. 1
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"Courtesy 'V- ek"111 be held posed during November.:3 reg:1.to:: WHAT'S AHEAD and o"? course too much grain. soil! i ir; bchig! : cairied away;, by .the

THE CLEWISTON NEWS\ throughout the first week in Januaryand more than $11,000,000vhlch, wiz! FOR THE FARMER "Rut the time is going to come forces of nature, rains and tides" awl

should ,be observed all over Flor :he car:'over at the end of October when there will not be too much '
Friday at winds. '
Published every
ida. .. :amounting to about $100,000,000, gives; qrain any more. Farm' leaders have
Clewiston, Florida.: One of the thinking farmers in this
& rt total figure of $200,000,000 for .construction Lowden beech trying to get farmers to reduce "You have seen the murky watersof
country is Frank O. former
Publisher There is little reason for Florida in prospect for the South. their acreage and thus cut their
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Governor of Illinois, who owns and the Mississippi? Well, what makes
lo fear for: the tourist season, as they '"This is a most-encouaging outlooks crops. Cut they have never suceeded. ,.
operates the famous SinissippI Farmof : them murky? Good farm land. floating -
Entered at the Postoffico at Clew- arc beginning; to come down in Veritable the new :year approaches," says Now nature is about to take that

Jston, Florida, as second class matter. I droves A gentleman who has recently !.he Record. "At a time when con. 4SOO acres. Despite his 70 yeearshe problem in hand, and she will automatically suspended in that mighty; current.
Is with ideas ,
bristling and inter
visited Miami says 'tho( to\VIi .traction generally throughout UK remove million How much is 't worth? There'a 1'1:
many acres
I Is full to o'erClowiub'while those country has:! been below? normal, the from cultivation 7,500 million cubic feet of soil suspended -
One Year ........................................ $2.50 "The curse of America has bean before long. .
who have been In West Palm Beach South by the record made demonstratca in that river and the

Six Months ".:..................... .........: 1.50 I recently say the hotels that are open its faith and Its courage. It '\ strange. one," says Governor Low- II "We are wiping out our farm lamia:; phosphorous

Three Months ...............4.>........ ....... .75 I are being! well patronized and the is undertaking expansion programs don in an energetic and illuminatingIdeea slowly but surely. We are depleting and potassium therein are _1

ADVERTISING RATESFortyfive rush is beginning in dead. earnest: I to. provide for present and near-future In the January Country Home. them by constant cropping. And erosion I worth 4,500 million -dollars. '

'record Tampa Morning "No other country has!' ever suffoed i is destroying them three times "And all of [this has been washed
requirements. I
tourist on
cents inch. No dis The largest season I I .
per from It. We have had too much of
PV- faster than
cropping. Eight-five percent from the arms that
is just In the beginning. Tribune. : in great fertile
No position
count for plates. special ,-- too much coal' too much of all land In cultivation is suffering Mississippi Valley. How long can the

guaranteed. All advertising copy oil, too much irony too much money, '
The 'Oc'aJaVeeldy Star seems noto The Ocala Banner says gold cannot from erosion-that is, the top land stand it?
this office Wednesday
must be in on '
> have gotten over the June primary stop ,war. Agreed, but It can furnish -;-- --.
before issue of paper
as yet. Running at its masthead is a a l lot of stimulant for the parti- -

!paragraph reads like: this- cipants therein. Boiler Room j
Wauchula shipped several crates
For announcements containing 100

strawberries to. New York h;; plane IToVo- the East Coast ,_.......__ ", ...' ,. ...._ ......... ._ ,.
I less set in C-point type un- traveling on /r4 49s. ( 'IU 6J+4ray r Jr/ h;' a rr) r +
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last week. The: next thing to do will th vy: ,)Tv. /,' .+. ,. ,.>. ) :!tiJ"4s", rr.. ro5( 'f t '/yr v/x
lor general heading of "Political An- are calculated: to have a hard 10. ); .Y4 .L \rb'r,

t be for Clewiston to ship several bags nouncements" Congress, all state ot- Some twenty officials of seven coup 5< rah nY\ 'J'?' /;,,A./.F q'G',;,:''ay, ed. 'Vi'.k', : .r ,." .:i:

,,. of sugar up there to sweeten the Mces.! $10.00; county commissioners ties met In Tort Pierce ono clay: last

I' berries, with.Florida $.'.00: member school board, $2.50. week and preparations for operating

I in the "Hobo Express" were perfected. ,
No short time rates. Readers set
' sunshine, fresh strawberries fyi S, srvS v ,+, > 1 s .. .
S-point type and display advertise- Looks: like the East Coast is not go- Jj >7 ( '!f rl ) 4 CV; } }"+ ; N

r\ arid Clewiston sugar is enough 1 mcnts will be charged at regular commercial to submit to the hobo this season: ; r.( ,.C"' ,71 rl 'in % ../.'i
to keep aubody in' good health;
rates, marked "Paid advertisement r'.ii?rJ'
inclined to communistic 'Y'Z.Y .
advertising Those people l
All political
: Killing n deer is something' every ideas would do well to heed t\." '( '!l h.\, ,. \Y //t/ ,
; PAYABLE IN / < 'Y, '' 1N< (
.- Florida hunter looks forward to with' \.rake'-up: Bro. Dash, the war is warning i of Jude; Ackerman, who* | 'rr.,i ..:y.//4'+t y y$,,. ;%, ) i:

great pleasure. But running a man to over.. ., .. i b'ilarly opposed: to such tendencies : VV
death ,after kill your first deer is ) 1% : %
; you V '. and! ;says the offender will bo dealt ,
V. V something else. -V Dora with to the Hunt of the law. Florida a.\y .j:' lYl
"Gtr.teHotel Men .to Meet 'in. ,
few such Jn-rvv, i*' r) s,V
Is rtu'Frd with: ot
I., :.." Hen! 'line in Leesburg Commer +'v, ."'o ; A / Sa(?; 'i, t
If you have never witnessed dOGs! and prompt punishments; h"!;i'fl'
Wonder that cjiuld possibly
cial. if ?
P wait foi' the '
life just
thrill in your whenever
tiP: ]handed theme apcJsp.ndcd. ,
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Y be "Dumb Dora? ;y'.r i !v l
E f. moment when u deer' looks .at you : Tampa seems .to be con-

t F' from the cabbage patch. A wonderful. cf ia1'lagitated 1 : over the appear-: :y ': ; yf. + (..

I' sight.' r .. < /UD.GAiEJVT.OF' A individuals fvnJ ...N.S
of ,
moe in that city +
Jude William Clark, of the United that class, and indeed it is a fact
f. .' Tho Honorable 'George ':W. White-
: 'States District Court for New Jersey, !hey: are to be found all over the!
hurst declared that the News would A.inCJ1dInent 'ate. American citizens will not tolerate !-
holds'that the Eighteenth
;: .
i' suspend publication, at the beginning and
.of the Constitution was Improperly such stuff the courts wl1lp.3r.ist
:. of the hunting season next year. Perhaps -
: ratified and it was.therefore ui.onstitutional. in the elimination of same.
you are right Judge. especially .
' '" if tho same thrill out of the ': SlUal'e
;4 we get I,
V Olivier! died to
Most high school ..students know p recently
' ': next hunt as we did this one.
:something .about the Constitution, Romp, Italy, from hydrophobia. which

l \ ctnd in the" original article five they was caused l by a' dog's bite received!
l' With the starting of the grinding
r I wore triug.lif. that Congress may pro- 24 ;years ago.SMILE. .
i'!: I V season: at the big sugar mill Cl ewis-
: oinandinents to Constitution
tOll again becomes the sweetest :spot nose .
ond that 'when ratified by: the Legislatures I PRODUCERS
} in Florida.Business.
1 : o.f three-fonrllts of the sevet411 I
, .. ---- I
: Siotpes1'! ft shall become, a part Squire Perkins;: -"Nell, after I die.I Ir
.is expected to pick up in
: of the (: oustit Wm.I wish you would marry Deacon r
.f., Clewisfbn this week. The four thous
.' This method of amending the Constitution Brown"
I- and ton sugar nill -will keep several I
was inauguratecd in 1861, Nell-"Why so, Hiram?"
thousand men at work for the next This Is a rear view of the hugh boiler room which fu nishcs: steam and: power to operate the 4,000 ton mill.
fnune which! time nineteen amend Squire-"Well, the deacon trimmed
five months. An additional smoke stack has been added to the a'cov-s :picture-: Since this picture was' made the capacity of
ments-to the Constitution! have been me on a horse trade once. -Columns.He .
:: the boiler room has been doubl d. This picture was mad: v/fcan the capacity of tlje mill was only 1500 tons of

: Clewiston beans are worth six dollars adopted. cane per day. ,
Judge Clark makes a long and interesting 4I10 smoke \
--: you 7V
., a hamper in New York. Milton '
J argument to' show why., it Sh.e-"No, don't smoke.:' J -----.---- ,
::.\ >- Crouch Is the only man in this .sec, ;": f .d'- ... ---- .,
';- would 1 be betterlo have amended! "Do Von'drink?" / ..' \ !" ;\ ; .. "'
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i ,
:- tion getting New : money at this tae Constitution regarding prohibition "No, I don't drink.: ;' ':.?J.\":I'l. {. .1.': 1t I". / :. .. :."-, .

: time. &j\\ 3
; ____ by having conventions in the "Do you neck?" m m.

: ;.t Stains, plan that was left optional .' -A.'o.-.. ..
(" Wonder who the county commissioners 'No, I don't neck .' 1 .. ,,... (-sl

L: .s will A select for their attorneynext when the Constitution was framed. "Well, what do you: do?" sn m l '" Ml 3J S m m
Evidently Judge Clark's decision "I tell lies."-California Wampus. 'd.m1ftrt.t4.1; .
,t' week. Their success depends on tAt.jT'; .
. would : iud all of the amendments of r _. -"> ', l& .! ..'. ,:. -' ,' .--::;. .. -. .
I ,
r. this man. Let's hope that they make;: j K5Jtvj; .t.. J' .." ,- : '. -q: > : '-. ; ',-.t.. .
.hc Constitution unconstitutional it "
a wise choice. "Do you care for dancing Peggy? : rr t"
ti.. :: he had to pass upon them. "No. <: ;?:::; .,:: : .
---- ; ,.
the ...;t"<: ,- V "" j" '. .
Washington was surprised by "
'Vb not?
Building In Clewiston is not at a ) vii

standstill the Gulf RefinerCompany derisionbut: not .in the least con I "It's merely hugging set to music. .
vinced. In the meantime all the r. tii4'
"Well what is there about it 'that
is building its new bulk station.Ed ,
troublesome issues regarding prohibition you. don't like?" ,

: are not changed by the decl- music.-State'. rV
Butler says diamond ball will "The .
--:0u. Prohibition eenforcement offi VV
be in full swing in another week. We VV ) I ;
'V V cials in National state : V
the Capital
are with you Ed and the sooner the 1-- He- I could go loving you like
r that:: they: are conducting "businessas iJ, F x
j this forever! ,
.better. l)
usual," and that things no II . ,
I are ? I' .. '
She-"Oh Pointer. -V
go on Y : o' -; .. ., -. *
drier wetter than be-
or they were
Speaking of Crime and Politics fore Judge Clark rendered his unique I ::. : : : I

y> : Collier's, the courts Weekly and says the: "Take penal authorities the 'police decision. fashioned Alice-"Can dances you?"de wily of thn oV I r9p;:: ; AR. WILL BE.oNEOF FLORIDA:. :fWcS' ::

out of politics." Just our views I Virginia-"I think I remember the : i .;;':.,;I.<'.":!:' .. .' ':' '. :?*1'I *'

CUBA. AND INTERVENTIONCuba I Charleston !-Lafayette Eyre. ,. :': "' :': :. '';
on the subject. i .! 'G.\): ? :..:. ,' ;:: : ,

Big preparations-are' /'being made is" hoeing-a rocky row and Susie Simp-My mamma has got a :( .: ;:!;,,;, LEADING INDUSTRIES ,: :, Y;;, -

for the completion of the Fort Myers- I enemies: of President Machado have new band. 'ainted cake plate. I P -

Palm Beach highway, contract 'for i boon talking about intervention by :Willie Wop-That's nothing. Our j .li. 'i:

r',:f.. which week. was awarded one day'- !last I will tho United be remembered States that Government.when Colo-It "I whole! house is -hand-painted... '--' : I I 1: fe tf:;i ;: ,. f i .: tjt: ; ,}: (? {_ ; :: t < : ::; -{ /

>f" ---- -V I Roosevelt was President that he sent "'VhcnOUl" wife str.rts to talk dnc<- \j $ '

': "WE TAKE YOUR PAPER" .i Mr. Taft to Cuba with the result thati she know when to stop?" I k! .,. :: Cg,k pAl i JLATIONS ON STARTING .THE
; .
i the United States intervened and restored t: :
" i don't know I've been married -
!- ---- yet; .
f:' I and order. ( ,'. ... ..',''
Visiting LaBelle Saturday and Sun- peeace : only nine years.' f l fe""V '. .
: I President Hoover Is inclined to letCuba I / I Q : l ,
: '.. day last we wore pleased to Hear ox- solve its I "- I I F.W I .. .,, : i}<. :.:., .("
. own problems, without "c. -
pressions on all sides like the above .j Mr. Foozelum never had but one '.i '
i intervention in line with the thir- I : ; .
.. Many who have not been reading the I .I thrashing in my life and that .was for & ry1} : ", .};
ty-year policy of the United States as fes -
z Clewiston News for the past several telling the truth. I .
1 \* war; teid down by former SeeretafjJ;: { ; r '
:.: :years, are now interested, and wet i Foozelum-It: certainly accomplished
IV)! State Elihu! hoot."DEPRESSION" : 3? ,,: '.' ,- .
'want to this' fact home to the its :
press purpose. .
Mt.t.-. advertisers. Circulation is what you I' % ': '"}:' We are proud' gft.h: ..:fac'::.that we'' serveyour: ..territory- i ,'.:,
\ -
V:..,. want and that is just what we are Teacher-James, why didn't you ''

.;. giving you. Tho Increase in the cir j learn y-vr. history lesson today i

culation of the News at Felda and Month by month, the South has James-'Cause you said yesterday '
LaBelle has been most gratifying, thr.i; itself" and 1 I
_been pushing on to a new high construction i l&toiy 'repeats j pv?

;, and we are not going to stop until record." says the current thought:: the came lesson would do I fe-1 .

\ V every family in those sections as I Manufacturers Record agn. : "
'V With the close ;r- :.t. ; :..:--/F:. .. .
well as at Fort Denaud, Ortona and of November, total contracts awarded : 1 .-.:: <. : I TfllAi! > 1.Alls TWJSRs
I I II 'oar:_;..N' .
Sears and of course Clewiston sire I in tho 16 Southern states for r.'th. rNo'T want to put a little i ::;, : L
aTlI I I &jS : n
doing the same. classes of building and engineering f.oc't"7c'! ffO'tion to you, my son.) < ;' f. ,_" .

projects amounted to more than'56000,000. ,- *.."!,........... the krttle' ; bo-'l", '';a.,...._. does thert 'r -:-'' Fort Myers, Florida I
I ,
, "Our courts sometimes temper justice ( This 11 months' total as coin- ;:-.:n rorcr: rvt of the ?;':t for? f : .

... with mercy and send the murderers piled by the Record is $70,000,000 in r?:"-"') that mother crn open, .;" ...

to Halford for life. Now, if I excess of the value of contracts lot your lottrre.. before :you set tl cm- ". "" .", .. '
i i'V' : ;
somo way could just be found to get during the entire 12 months of 1929.!I.II :: : f

the pardon board to let them stay Also, gill? total is within 537,000,000 Walter-Tea or coffe sir? t1 <

there at least a couple of }'ears.- II of the record established in 1925 and I 'Diner-Yes, please, but don't'tell g.(! / V wV'

Leesburg Commercial. Everything 152C! and is $27.000,000 ahead of the me-just .let me guess. 1...

, would be lovely. five-year{ average of 1925-1929. '
Construction contracts in the "Once during a serious illness i .
'I I .
Tho South Jacksonville Herald is .. l V''
a South during November amounted to fell in love with my nur :" *

fast seeing the error of its way in more than $42,000,000. This is a gain "And did you get over it when yni> -g' : '

continually "roasting": Governor Carl- ot nearly 7,500,000 over November were well again?" ; .'

ton, and for the past two weeks has 1929!) ami is nearly double the total .Yes, but not until' lird niarr'!'d \% ,

been very fair minded indeed. The of ronntruction contracts awaTued her." i .

editor of that paper must have been f November. 1921 during a period of ,- >}| .

reading that poem, "It isn't your business depression. Snlg-Know anything harder tlia-- SJ 5r1r J .

town, it's you," and so we say, Bro. Not alone has the South made this a diamond? .,- .

Herald, it isn't your governor, it's I remarkable construction record during Snigger-Sure making! the payment 1: '

you. 1930, but construction work pro on one. V 'cy ._ .

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;,IDAY. JANUARY 2, 1931

J J:1:: -C. 'Fowler, of Lakeland, was in Miss Frances Tippey of West Palm Y .
I It.
I f Clewiston Friday on business. Beach was 'guest of Miss Frances The Barracks !I
g / a Monroe Friday night.
I. : ...L' =., :=;:,.. />// Mr and Mrs. Georgo H. Bert and "' --. .. '
''JJ /(, 4 ;7 ZC/tJ =- ;:::'L.K :\ .: ;, .t: '.' : ,
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t "N. / children, of New Orleans, are spend Louis Morgan and F. L. Williamson .
:: ? '_ ing a few days at the ,Clewiston Inn. made a business trip to.Ft.. Myers .:; ;: '7 ; \ ;' '
: .
"' ...'.', ,,'" .,' .". Mrs.- -:- L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369Henry Saturday.Mrs. t ; \tJ.j:: !{ 'Ii, .r. .:i" .: i : t,; : :'b.lr f
.; ., .:. :: : :: ::: :::::: ::::: ::::= = :: ::: :: ::: = ::: ..: :: :: P{ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunnaway and I (
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rp ,{:,' : : :: :: : ::::: : :: : ::-= : : :: : : .1"'J. : ;.;"C l :.&.. ... '' ( .... ., .... .. 'r", ..,
:. } and Norman children were guests of relatives iiij! P:2. ., ',)o -'.. .'" '" ,', ,.
J. :
Storey F.
enloihied Meade were guests at the Watanabe Tippey ot Palm Beach I .r\I jl.t",'f' -, l. .. ; .
at Fort Christmas.B. ,ft: ....... 1 .w; t ,"., t:: A
a delghtful Myers during' + I
{ dancng party hotel a few days this week. was guest of Mrs. J. G. Allhands .... : .'\1:0.! .J. '.:.. ,, !. .
... (,at. the Clewiston Inn ,yj..1. f.eur'. .;! -'-'..'I t ,I .'...
\ Friday night. Mr. Friday night. \
J and Mrs E. C. Mills are the ;1 \o.( -. ..-_: -N ,, !:!f'l!Y4 ;r "\. d"i JI
; Whose F. Fears made a business trip t- : ; ;r'r"I"; "':i\-
P reset It were Miss Elsie Hare, '
happy parents of a little boy who arrived 1' 1 I 1If.f to"
Miss Jewel Lowe, Miss Boncile Saturday morning. to Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Elklns and children 1- : [

Stone? Miss Frances Tippey, Miss Dorothy and Louise, of Ooco- I fi fl&h. JI. 1. .(J-a! Iv11, r:, Il 1<(' -, 1 J .r li 1Jff4h'r:, .!.,..!' :.,,:"iI
": '
-., ;Fiances Monroe, Gene Icier, Horace Claude Downs returned Sunday)' Thomas Gibson, Miss Mae Gibson nee. Ga, were guests'of Mr. and ;y M"t i t i1ti ln'l\I .fit 1!.i -. \

t )glouze, Herbert Blate, A. W. Slas from Jacksonville accompanied by and Layton Gibson of Pittsburg Mrs. Louis Morgan a. few days this iifJm i i ] g i .5. n it ItiU h "

Victor; Blate, Bill Gibbons, ErnestTheriot were guests of Mr. and 1Irs.1.. H. week. I.u.i. .i..]..,..,. [ r nHI'tI'
.. his aunt, Mis. Ida Sprecher, from t 'of....y -'... .. -=.: .. '.."..:. ''_'' .
4 Roy Green, Leroy M Y ers and Hendersonvillc, N.. C., who will spenda Gibson through the holidays. Mrs. ';'. >W' .. ,, :j':.r,, f'w, 1y.. .. ii.. ': .
:. '-':'; <4fi : Y. "', .f y _
'Cecil Scherer. Mrs. J. F. Thomas Gibson will spend the winter ) y H :>"7, :
Tippey, few days here. Bob Turner left Friday for Arca-. ;i J *"ii # ": ,1 1t.
Mrs./;.A.: A. Monroe, Mrs Fred Moltz, I here. dwI'Te ho will spend' some time "' I t;: :l; A.!. km": .: '!ii-' .-tI':1: .1} ,hL"t. __-.:...:.: : .";1
r1r,4 :- :!
;'.Mrs ,N. C. Storey and land, Mrs. I The next meeting of the Woman'sClub ---- I with his relatives. .Jc', "10-, .".... ... 'i.4.-.i.J.o; '<::_' .'- t._ "''\ ''>_\' _
'. :3: :Adams were chaperones Refreshments will be held Friday afternoon, Mrs. L. N. Smith is spending a'' ;t.l ... .'4i. ... "' .-'';-. -:........404-_ --,....,. \,. .!'4'___..) .".r,.'...: r",, ;n.oJ _.c J.
... I I I I '",, .' : ...,-.i. q. ...... !
of sandwiches and' punch were I I I January 9, at the Clewiston Inn and month in Avon Park with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maxwell and "" 3 Z- '';''''''''':; ;; ;.'2 F.
served. I will i be a bridge 1 gar t3'. A small admission t guests: Rev and Mrs. H.E.* Wells '/ -- "-----.J .

I IMr. of 25 cents will be charged. Mrs. L. N. Smith left Wednesday, to and Curtis Wells "'spent Christmas Modern and comfortable, quarters are provided for all single men who are

',..*i .. and Mrs.' Joseph Chamberlain All members are urged to attend and spend a month 'wIth relatives in day in Miami as guests of Mrs. Jeral employed by the Sugar Company. Additional quarters have been built to

:.,and. son- Jack, were dinner guests of bring visitors. Avon Park. I' Penny. the above buildings, providing ample room for all men working at the sugar

',.l\fr..nnd.- ,"" Mrs. J.; K. Mowery. Jr., 'Monnday 0Mr mill. These buildings are located near the large mill and are within walk-
'.:- night.. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and O. L. Jeffries left Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs W. C. ,Hooker and ing distance for the eight hour shifts necessary during the grinding season.

!1':. : children have returned ,from Daytona Columbus, Ohio, to he away for several children were' dinner guests of Mr.

v Mr. and Mr s. J R. Alston anddaughter where the YChristmas spent several days during -days on business. J Hooker's mother, Mrs. M. C. Hooker

:. .,: .lt;'"l Elva, and Mrs: D. G. Alston with relatives.! '- at palmdale Christmas. r,' ir"',?'"'

.._ J Jam!:' daughter, Martha Nell, returned Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richman were N 4 ;6 a:yf:..XY. f '

:" Monday; r after spending Christmas Captain and Mrs. F. Dean Duff guests of relatives at. Lakeland Captain and Mrs. F. Dean Duff t

tWith; relatives !In Richland. and ColumT motored to Palm ,Beach Wednesdayto Thursday. spent Christmas' day with relatives,

I ':u,, Ga. spend New Years day with Mr.and In Palm Beeach. ,
f : ..'*' Mrs. F. E. Bryant. Claude. Downs left .Friday. for Jacksonville :I ?#{ f w: o\ji'; yk'.4:3: ;t; : 4.< l.;..,:%'' Zi'f srr
f .'< .;E and 1\I'rs. W. C. Piewitt 'ret where he was called on 'account Dave Alston made a business trip'

: ;I, 44jnied' : Sunday after a short tour of I Mrs. 'Wilson Starns an$ Mrs. Bernice of the illness of his aunt. to Palm Beach Wednesday.

... the: state and will make their home HIers of Ft. Myers arrived Friday -
.1IJ. ..at the Wa to n abc hotel., and will be .guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. DeLozier and daughter Jimmie Lee, of Moore Haven, was
f iJ', t, Mrs: Roy Dunnaway for a weekk. Marion of Cumberland, Md., arrived in Clewjston Thursday
'' 'Mrs.:',. J. K. Baker and daughter, Saturday and will be guests of her J "-
,.. :,:"Betty,_ were guests of 'Mrs. C. 11i.'Carle L. E. Covin. of Sebrlng. was In parents, Mr. and Mrs Leydig. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Connell, 'Mrs. d:: er<

4'; '.--..:.-" Miami Locks Tuesday.. Clewiston) Friday. Belden and children and Troy Pur-
;);t,;,:P,'- G. Bishop made a business trip Mrs. Lillian Walker' .Decalor, Ill, .yeaer motored to Palm Beach Thursday .

:l tf.Palm Beach Tuesday. II. J. Gerdes, of Lakeland; was I I is visiting Mr. ,and Mrs J. E. Beards- to attend the ,theater.

;g2: ; guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green ley. -

"I: :'Zack, Shelley, of Tallahassee, was Tuesday. Dick r White, Campbell Nail and r

"| ?)4aweeJend f': : guest of Mr. and I 'Mrs.Tomy < Frank Hirsch. Hap Hall, Phil Dick Hooks motored to Palm Beach

.:.q?,, 3 .,*Shelley, (the past. week. x Mis. Florence' Ryan and daughter, Clark, Geo. W. Carr and Jerome E. Thursday.Mr. .
.. .'4.;<'".;,.,)*'t Dorothy and Mr. McGuigan, of Moore Wideman, of West Palm Beach, rein
'i""?t;;MrsR; : : ._ A- Shaw ,returned Tuesday Haven, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clewiston a few days the past week and Mrs. Neil Stewart spent

3,'::-afterJspending' holidays with 'rela1. Roy Green Christmas clay.: on a hunting trip Christmas at Cocoa as guests of Mrs.Stewart's .
tlves'in Cocoa. _
I relatives.Mr. .
:,: :')rS1h > D, P. Jones, of Macon. Ga, was a Stafford B. Beach and Albert Hakesof

'.' :/";:\. ,, ...and Mrs Carl Berner 'are veiyChappy dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Roy Palm, Beach were weekend guestsof
: :: '
: and Mrs.
Jack Stolls and chil-
over the -arrival 'of a baby girl Green Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Dean Duff.
dren motored to Avon Park Wednesday
-:Wednesday_ December 31 .at the Lake' ".
to. spend Christmas with releatlves.
.: sicles' hospital. The baby will be called Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. 'Powers Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Palmer and -
'f> : '
:Carllne.Mr... have moved from Palm Beach here daughter of Columbus, Ohio arrived
'. .?..; >. .. and have Apartment in the Saga- Saturday and will be guests of Mr.

.. :..'.' and Mrs. J. F. Seybet. of Ft. more Court. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. ''MRS. MOWERY'::4 :HOSTESS
t I .
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$ ( III!""!!11I11I1111I111I1! [!!! |[|11I11I!! !I III II I!!!I'!|II|||"||11I1111I11I111I11I| I "11I11I111I111-- 111I11I111I1111I1111I111I111I1111I111111111. I'iI" Mrs.at J.a' delightful K. Mowery bridge, Jr., was'party hostess at- I G R( (1t) NG sl I -

.llIl i I the Clewiston Inn Saturday afternoon ,

II complimenting her house guest .J .

.. I, 'Airs J. K. Mowery, Sr., Mrs. T. E.
fl. .
Gonterman and Mrs. Harold Hodg
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son. The decorated with
HI kt : .j *
::. .. with the holiday,sea soil. Seven tables PALM .. BAKERY
1; ,,rrrk,/ ." ,j; ., :, ,. .-'. .:. .". .,., c IJ,.:...,7,,; ...".Y.. were in play with Mrs. W. S. Har-
': '
"If.:... ';>'..1\'.. ;"" j'. ." .,,,'.' .. : I .. -.' ,,:t y.j'< .-;..,;l(> ,...<"":, ....:.">' .-':..:", u: yell holding high score, Mrs. H., A. .
t ;' ', :' '" : ; ; Bestor second high score, Mrs. J. E.Beardsley" ., V Patronize home industries.
'i. 7" ,
.. r,; :...;; : :; .. ..- iYt.! :; : If,,), ;...'., '. your ;
I.\"r.; ; : '. .1- third high and 'Miss' Marion
.; iW ; -.._ ,:,. ,-'-; ..:.,:-' '_-.-.':, i -,-,,.:y.. ;.:: :_. !il1' _.t.\- ;;:'.'. :>. :' :.,> Iii! Leydig fourth high. Prizes were '

: ttf : :: :> )! 'lQ:: : /, ::l I- > \.;r i' ; :' 1 ILl and served presented number coffee a of!delicious to to progressions each the salad following guest.course the After guests hostess.., cake a:. J. BRANTLEY & SON

'. f@l ., .r.' .. .. ., .. ..:_,, 'i ,... '., ... .., .,.. .;, : Mesdames Cleo. A. Houze W. C.
." .... :.'.:. t : :' : Owen, W. S. Harvell. Louis Morgan,
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@) .;J .'I. '. '. : _'. '..,': ,.,0.: .. i (Ir@1 W. C. Hooker, F. M. Wright, E. L:. ra I .

:r r ..;\'r: ', ,..-" ': $X;': ::.,< '.', : :, t?:. : : "" :' lI Stewart, Harold Hoderson, J E. Beard-
... ( .-" .'. '' ,t,, ._ I ;., .. : ., {' : '
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r .slay, F. Dean Duff, M. H. Gibson, }

Ir .i...>:'::"c' .-' ;;"E-c-.,.r-.,.:..ri :: ,! >>,:.:.. .>'... :- ; '. .'. .{,' .,'.: ; .l'I ,L. Williamson, J. K. Mowery, Sr., SE
: '. '- -0 Claude Downs, P. A. Poche, Kettl,
f .t.. "; .. ,.>:-- ,,_: -.;:'" ;.::'::;, T. E. Gonterman, T. V. Watson, H. HeAtlifi ; Re lar .

: : : 1': A. Bestor R. Y. Patterson, Leah Spic- i: l t the } It '
.ll: i : ':: ."c.r- :: ': '"1._,/, ';;: '.'j :I"S'!' ';;::r'z; '::;?:. J':';'<<; r':1.:':i'f': : : = er, H. R. Hall, F. W. DeLozier and ae r. 'I'! 1? Y

Misses Beatrice Kettl, Mae Gibson I; TRA
and Marlon Leydig. PIZOTECTIGNyip.

fi.. ; May this Grinding>< Season be the starting of the successful = !

roll, 'flL .' .. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
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: operations of Florida's Leading>< Sugar Industry. I = Use 1 teaspoon butter, 2 cups FOR ROADS AND DRIVERS THAT

ti.. granulated sugar, 1-4 cup water, 1.2
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:r : cup evaporated teaspoons orange -
,<') flower water, 2 teaspoons or'IRQ -'
: : ; juice, 1-2 teaspoon grated orange NEW GOODYEAR HEAVY DUTY

II i ': WE ARE PROUD OF THE FACT THAT WE HAVE iud, and 2 cups moist shredded. co-

: .oanut. ag
::f Melt 1 the butter in the pan in which
: I. :. .-. .01 randy Is to be cooked. Add sugar, Extra in Every Way Except Price I

> m water and milk and boil to soft ball
rr F BEEN SERVING YOUR STORES WI Hi" } / stage ((236 degrees F.), stirring only I
Are you planning plenty of Goodyear's patented SUPER
as needed to prevent burning. Cool
: ? hardhard .
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and 'beat like
chocolate Add
'= 'J@t.] i: : c 23 fudge. tra protection from puncsorbing plies! ,
: : : :: : flavorIng and cocoanut and work into lures, blowout, skidding and Extra style, too. Tapered sido
i : : / OUR PRODUCTS. -i\ ::: : H candy until creamy. Using ..abouta worn-down treads?, bars; silver striping.? ValueHere's
'. tablespoonful of candy mold with
tire! offers-mado
; only
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LABELLE NEWSMRS. Felda News :Mrs. Hodges and children have re.

many more are expected to enter the turned to their home In Miami.

competitions with attractive booths ) Mrs Ethington and family are ..r
within the next ten days Cash spending Christmas with relatives In .
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Felda school was the scene of entertainment the rain was just the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blount La-
right of
Mr. and Mrs. George Burcharcl entertained her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. O. most attractive displays. touch but ,
Gravely.Mr. New arrangement of exhibits In all and much gayety Fri- the frost has injured them to a certain Belle attended'lhe Christmas pro
with a bridge party New day night, especially for the children.A extent. gram at the Felda school
and Mrs. Vernon Priest off buildings has made possible the now Friday
Year's evening. The invited guests short program was given by the Mrs. L. N. Thomas and night.
Ocala is spending the Christmas classification for growers and packers grand chll-
were Mr and Mrs. J. A. Walker o pupils of the school,' i in which some dren made a business Mr. Sherwood, of Ft. Myers .....
holidays with Mrs. Priest's parents and as much space has been add trip to LaBelle spent
Fort Denaud, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bur of all three rooms participated. Thepror '
Monday. Tuesday at the cane grinding
Rev. and Mrs. Gus Padgett. ed by the joining of buildings. at. ,theTownsend
chard, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gravelyand m began with a welcome song Miss Louise farm.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gravely and Rare Bird Show Fltzhugh is spendingthe
daughter Miss Hariet Gravely, given by the larger pupils. Then followed Christmas The'coldest spell we have had for
holidays with her sister
son, Bobbie and daughter, Miss Har- Five highly colored flamingoes -
Miss Evelyn Btirchard, Mr. Mavis several recitations. A doll Mrs. Meldon Wright of I some time was Christmas Eve. Quite
riet Gravely, were dinner guests or habe been added to the South Florida
O'Banner, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Howel dance was givi-n by the smallest Haven. a bit of ice was seen. Crops
Sheriff Hancock and 'L. A. Morganat Fair abiary, making a total of more weredamsged
of Atlanta, Ga., Miss Frances Hu girls who were dressed'as dolls.
Mrs A. C. :: some.
the Watanabe hotel at Clewiston. than 100 rare birds now on exhibit.J. Lowney and family were I ,
bert, Mr. Buddie Howcl, Miss Sallie "You tell her" and "A tale of a mules : shopping In LaBelle We have just received word of the
Mr. T. F. Lane, of Ocala, spent Edgar"Wall, first vice president, Saturday.Mr.
Milddleborough and Hugh Hull. Thursday and Friday in LaBelle, visiting of the fair association and director, tale," two plays given by the higher A. G. Carr and Mr. James Uiie death of tho infant daughter of !\II'.
Mrs. Sam Carson.' Mrs Emma grades were well rendered and much and
visited Asa
Ft. Townsend .We
Myeis Monday.Mr. extendour
friends and attending business. in charge of the aviary, made a spe- .
Weekley, Mr. and Mrs W. P. Arledge The B, Y. P. U. enjoyed a partyat cial' trip to Cuba to obtain the birds enjoyed.A ''I Cecil Grainger had the misfortune sympathy to the berleved father

motored to Bonita Springs Sunday 'Clay Pit" Friday evening. Quitea and was granted a special permit to Christmas tree for the pupils of to break his leg last week, we and mother.. V I
afternoon to visit Mrs. Wilford Townsend the school came-at the close. which I hope he will be The following receivedtoo
, number of young folks were present export thorn from the island by a I soon out again. news was

r and she returned to 'LaBelle Carrie Eunice Rider, Frances special act of thc Cuban cabinet. The was enjoyed by the children Santa Mr. Trammel Tanner, Mr. U. R. late for last week's issue of the

r with them for a few days visit. Turner, Vivian Howard, Tommy Livingston flamingoes are the finest over brought. Claus came in to help distribute the Tanner and Mr. Cecil Wiggins, of News due to the fact that the paper

f Capt. and Mrs. Livingston and son ,gifts and received hearty welcome.In Tampa, are spending the was printed Wednesday.A .
t' Virgel Miller, Alice Hull to this country in the opinion of J.' holidays!
Mr. and
Dick. Miss Ann Presnell and Wellie Padgett, Councel Miller, Edna E. Wallace, ornithologist. sp'ite of the rainy weather there with Mrs. F. L. Dunaway. nicb rain fell Friday afternoon .

Airs Blitz Wegman attended the was quite crowd In attendance and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Carr with which was much
Moon, Veatrice Miller, Robert Under the direction of T. D. Wai- a their very appreciated .

show Sunday afternoon at the Arcade Magill, James Rider, John Stewart, die, Tampa park superintendent, a' .all report a good time. family left Wednesday for Arlandoto by the truck growers of this section. '

theater. in" Ft. Myers and saw"Hell's. David Owens Arnold Wiggins, Edward special park is being constructed with After the holiday, it is rumored, spend Christmas with their daughter -I Some think it rather tough, a week's ."

Angels.: Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Mu- wading! pools for the new birds. The there will be other programs given Mrs. W. 'K. Anetill, of that city.A rain at Christmas time but we say ,

Mr. and Mrs David Fountain of ler, Mr. and Mrs Vernon Priest of aviary is open to the public throughout by} tho young people of the commu- dance at Mrs. Dewey Williams' with Riley "When God sorts out the V "
Lakeland, former residents of Ocala, Mrs. Gus Padgett, Flora rl'1': the year. 'nity.. home was enjoyed by a party of weather and sends rain, why rain's : .

Belle, are visiting in LaBelle during! gett, Lorenza Padgett and others Italians To Show : Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Carr and children I young folks Saturday night Among my choice." .

the holidays. 1\1 0 1'c' than 2,000 Italian merchants, expect to spend Christmas with those present were Miss Arrie Lee Mr. and Mrs. Asa Townsend: took; :

Mr. and Mrs. Frank.Wilkinson, Jr., including manufacturers of ah plaint' their two daughters, Marie and Crystal Hull)], Miss Nancy Hull, J. P. Hull, their baby to Fort Myers fomedical
are the parents of a baby boy bern 1930 HAS BEEN PROSPEROUS .' Hulcie attention last
and automobiles, will participate in in Orlando. Green. Cecil Grainger, Irwin Wednesday. We hope t ,

, December 24th. the national: exhibit of that country Mr. Bill Maddox has gone with a Sumner, Terrell Maddox, Manuel the little one is improving: ,,,:
i, Miss 1\ladgc.. Hull of Hollywood' is ( from 1) at the South Fly"ida Fair and Gas- party into the Everglades on a hunting Tanner, Mrs Elsie Taylor. Mrs. June :Mr.' Chan. Altman and a n:' ty of ::;
the holidays with her
' spending parilli Crrnlval! Feb! 3 to 14, Arthur trip. We hope some of our people Harding, Miss Alma Sumner and four returned from a hunting trip In

'( Mrs., Laura Hull. Euse chairman of the pavilion committee will get the game and not let Miss Estel Ethiugton. the Everglades Friday night They ,
r Mrs. A. L. Taylor and Mrs. Joe
The county officials have conducted has advised Presidont W. it al glo out of the county. Mr. and Mrs. John Harding, Mr. had two nice deer. *

", Ross shopped in Fort Myers Tues the :affairs: of the county In such Brorein. f n| G'I: Miss Louise Roberts from Tmmo'.co. and Mrs. Jackson Grainger and Mr.J. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Shoeley are

day. a successful financial manner thatwe Two' years ago the Italian \- lee s )2nt Thursday nl 1 hit at the ; N. Grainger were among the Felda spending the vacation with :Mrs. Shee- VV
Mrs. Laura Hull, Miss Madgo
have been ablo to meet every obligation ment "es rved one floor of Wall Tov.-jiL-end pouf A crowd of ming people shopping in Ft. Myers Tues ley's parents at Palmetto. V
Hull Mrs. Rose Murry, Mr. Hugh
", while other counties have fcllcs came in and they made candy. .
bitio" hr.1:! for a (liwpla:; : )'. For 1931 eXhl-1: day.Mr.
and Ray Hull were dinner guests of I
defaulted. Improvements have UeeiT' Eusc '13S r-""""""! +.."> floors :! "oo'l niay of car young p" 'lie I : Grainger, of Wauchula, visited CHRISTMAS CANDIES
Mrs M. E. Forrey Monday evening.
made at the court house at LaBelle. will "Mil b- forrM l to 11Q'1 additional i, tte::1ed a p+.'og -,.n give by Lar lIeh'h his sons, Jackson and Stanley, last ,.
E. E. Goodno and Dennis Small '
.The ent official family of the county quarts to hous ahplunes and automobiles hchool) vils last Tuesday; r;',?ht week. Guava Dainties ':',
. Ft. : business
" motored to Myers on "
Tuesday.R. .. have conducted the affairs of their from Italy. and all report a good time. A crow of young folks celebrated Use 2 level tablespoonfuls gelatine, ',.

offices In a beneficial manner. to the Besides the many merchants in John W. Ilemrod, of Wauchula, Christmas night by attending a danceat 12 cupful cold water, 2 cups unsweet- '
W. Carter spent Christmas in r visited his mother this week. She will the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
county. Italy participating, importers and ar Page. ented guava pulp, 2 cups white sug V ,

.. Miami with friends. LaBelle, the county seat, has enjoyed tists in New York City and New Or- accompany him home to spend the I Those present were Miss Myrtis ar, 1 tablespoonful lemon juice, 1 : d
. J. W. Farr of LaBelle, spent the Lowrey Atilcie 1 i
r Green
vacation. Trammel
f' a year of prosperity, a sound leans are taking an active Interest and cup chopped nuts, and a few grains

;,," Christmas holidays\ with his familyin banking institution is serving the peo and will send displays. Many of them Mr. H. G. KIckliter and sister, Mae, Manuell Tanner. Ezra Hull Sidney, of salt.

W ucl ula. ple. Business firms have enjoyed a will personally appear with their gal have gone to spend the holidays with Bill, Terrel and Clyde Maddox, Bay- Cook guava pulp thick, add sugar'
i, Miss Irene Clinkscale, of Atlanta, their parents at. Fort Green. Mrs. ard Townsend, Arthur 'HaJJ. J. Col-
'good years, even though it has not leries of paintings. "11(1 :r: tin cook until very thick:, but -
, Georgia, a former LaBelle teacher,. Kicklifer is to return Fchla with 1''nsR. L. Young, Irving Sumner
; been what we might term a financial Among the. exhibits will he a Sa- to not as heavy :as i in above recipe Add
:: is visiting friends here for thirty them. Y7c ave all anxious to have her Robert Carson, Emory Curry, Miss
l have made voia-Marchetti I ral2.tin9"hich
success we progresswhile amphibian plane of ( has: been soaked In

r. days. other sections of the country the same type in which Captain do with us again. riilcheJ Townsend, :Miss Vancine I the half cup cold water about -five VV V
: Mrs. C. H. Walsh of Mobile, Ala., :Mr. Maddox is home from Mauley, Miss Madge Cox. Miss Laura I'
Clyde :
have been having: bank failures and Pinedo made his flight from Italy to minutes) and stir until dissolved. Coolslightly
( Mrs. S. 0. Smith and three daughters
.' Gainesville' to spend Christmas with Testone, Miss Alma Sumner 'Mr.
crop losses due to the drought. South America and then north to I by allowing it to stand in
Lucille. Lonuell and Sarah Hel- and Mrs. J. L. Maddox '
reh.Uves.and friends. Mr.
Felda In the south end of the couu- New York. There will also be a Fiat, and Mrs. cold water. Then add nuts, salt aEd
:, en, of Cottonwood, JVla., Mr. anI Mrs Mr. Asa Townsend and sister, Mil- Homer Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Zeke
ty is developing. one. of the finest car from Toreno on display. : \ lemon juice, stirring well. Pour ,into \ 2#'
: E. P. Durrance and two daughters, .
Hull Mr.
drede were in Fort Myers Saturday and Mrs. Dewey Williamsand : --' '
"" agriculture sections in south Florida. Commercial displays are to be quar a flat buttered pan, and allow ;It to
: Jane and Sadie, of Okeechobee, werer
Mr. and Mrs.
r Christmas Emory Taylor.
doing shopping.Mr.
Every year more and more land is tered on the second floor of the Italian some stand in a cold place over night. Remove
r dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.Taylor W. G. Altman, Mr. Bill Maddox Mr. and Mrs. Neil McInnis, of Tampa ;. -
I: being planted in winter vegetables. pavilion while the ground floor from pan, cut in cubes and roll
the past Monday.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Maddox have Yoemansand
Henry Charley
New Into richagriculture will be crowded with
people are moving that sculptor work, in powdered sugar.
and Mrs. R. A. Stephen-sou section bringing new paintings by some of the world's most just returned from a hunting trip m I[ Ezra Hull are visiting Mr. and
spent Christmas in Palm Beach, Miami the Everglades. Mrs. J. P. Hull, Sr.
They report poor
4 money and ideas with them. The entire famous Latin artists, terra cotta,
'- and Venice. Mr. H. G. Kickliter and sister
section is fast growing and at ceramics murano glass, marble,. game. are
Rev. R. Carlson's brothers
E. two Mr. Gilbert and brother spending the vacation with relativesin
Taylor ,
statutes Venetian
tracting the attention of the .agriculture type furniture and
of Groveland visited him Christmas.
. men of the state. antiques. corals,' laces, rugs, linens,' Jack Tayler, were, business visitorsin Tamp n
Frank Schuester Canal ,
of Miami Ft. Myers Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Thomas and children rfa 4 :
\j Fort Denaud claims some of the shawls, artistic leather and tortoise
: spent Christmas in LaBelle. Felda in fine condition spent Christmas with her mother
finest citrus land in the work and famous wood crops are ,
; entire state. work from:
Mr. and Mrs Walter Surrency and Mrs. John Magill of LaBelle. A P OWE R
Christmas The citrus industry In that sectionis Sorrento. 0
children spent day with Mrs L N. Q0
.- Thomas in LaBelleon -
: was
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being developed more and :more 1'1Y Italian celebrities will visit
.:: Mrs Mark Poole. business Friday.

-, Mr. and Mrs. J.. A, Walker, Mr. each year. r Tampa during the exposition at the Asa Townsend and Terrell Maddox W
' It alro boosts of having of the fair, according to Mr. Euse who is: w
Mrs. one .
and Mrs. Pat Howell, Mr. and 4 carried a load of tomatoes to Ft.
.J R. E. Burchard, Mr. and Mrs. George largest cattle ranges in the county. heading the committees in charge of ( r. Myers Wednesday.Mrs. t C
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""Iilse who have invested in arrangeements for many colorful social MPA
Burchard, Mr. Hugh Hull. Miss Sallie money b Harvey Maddox and little
Lake Hic- cattle have enjoyed a prosperous year. functions given by HIP Tam iTUin
Middlebrough. picniced at i laughter, EnMy] left last week tovsil
Hundred of cattle have starred to colony In honor of the visitors.
pochee Sunday.
I i'TO : relatives in Wyraama.:
Ex Judge W. C. Richards and Mrs. death in the area effected by the SAv BVE L.

Richards, Miss Margaret Pfluge and drought during the summer. With the SHOES WIN LIBERTY ...

Miss Marie Molikosci motored to 'Everglades development of the cross state waterways Because Macon (Ga.) police officials WORK AND \VORQ' 1- ,......__ ...._

City Tuesday. Fort Denaud is bound to develop'asd were unable to furnish number 5 ND YOUR LAUNDERING TO I"

.,. "Mr. and Mrs. Pat Howell and son, will command one of the strate 13 1-2 shoes for Walter Bank and

Buddie of Atlanta, Ga., is spending gic points in the county. .Jesse Glenn, Negroes, who were arrested THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY

ri' .. the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. .A. Clewiston in the East end of the for a minor offense, the two

: Walker county has many things to be thank prisoners were released from the Qi:" .

L. A. Morgan, of Clewiston, passed ful for. Our blessings during the past stockade. eltY'1 I. CO.

through LaBelle Friday afternoon year have been many. There were I.

enroute to the woods on a hunting times when business seemed slow, SNAKE RESEMBLES ROPE" ,

trip and returned Saturday afternoon conditions were Almost unbearable at Time means money-for where THE SEASONS GREETINGS

I'"+--'. with a fine deer and a big smile. time. Yet through it all our people Mrs. Simon Snyder, of HagerstownMd. can you buy back a yesterday? You .
'. will have time for beauty and for liv- .
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins and have carried on, ever looking toward ., experienced the surprise of her .
Mrs. Lemuel Howard Christmas lifetime when she ing more fully, a richer life-if you -
were the day when success and prosperity attempted to pick

shoppers in Ft. Myers the past Tues would crown their efforts. New people from off the kitchen floor a 30-Inch say good bye to your washing warV .

" day. I have come Into our city, new copperhead snake which she mistookfor ries.

Miss Florence Keen, of Alva, is homes have been built business has a piece of rope. r May you enjoy this Christmas and May the

spending the week with Mrs. J. G. not been as bad as it could have been. ,

Marlin. We have enjoyed health and prosperity New Year bring Happiness to You and yours

Marion Cason, of LaBelle, and Miss during the past year. 666 CLEW TONLAUNDRY

Violet Goldie. of Ft. Myers, were The United States government has -
married Christmas night at the homeof taken over the problem of protecting Colds and Headachesis .

Rev. O. A. Thrower, of Ft. My the people In this section from the PASO AVE.; SAN BONITA ST.,

ers. The bride was attended by her lake waters. This work is progressing a doctor's prescription for ClEW/STON FLORJDA

sister, Mrs. Albert ,M. Hansom ,and as rapidly as could be expected. Nine It is the most speedy remedy known. I

Mr. Hansom was Mr. Cason's attendant I million dollars will be spent on this I 666 also in! Tablets. hour snow ire Laundry \,

Mrs Cason: was married in a development during .the( next few I

frock of black crepe satin trimmedin years. This will mean work for man V TRY OUR SUNDAY Dl r ERS'CLEWISTON'S

white. Her small 'hat, handbag and I and business is looking better. The -- J + V
slippers were black. Mr. Cason expects sugar: company is starting the 1930
to ,leave late in January on a I grinding season this wed =. This '''1111 him '
cruise to South America with a hunting I mean employment for over 2,000 men. with \ \ \1i] // 1 f

party and Mrs. Cason who II
is In Space is too limited to enumerate

charge of the office at Prathers will the many blessings we have received Pure Guernsey Milk POPULAR HOTEL

make her home with her parents until -
during the
_past year. If we only take

his return. time to look into other sections of )... :'i'..,2 .
The ninth grade picnicked on the the country we'will turn aside from from the

rived Tuesday with Mrs. Grace Beck our dnllv ta<*k and with uplifted heads
meyer as sponsor. THE WATANABE HOTEL
whisper a prayer of thanks to the
Some of those from out of town
heavenly father for the many blessings -
) who attended Mr. Marion Burkes
he has
bestowed upon us during .......... .
funeral MRS.
Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. 1930. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.

Harvey Clark of Clearwater, :Mr. and

.., Mrs Isiar Burke of Dunellen, Mr I
In an effort to foil counterfeiters,
and Mrs. James Burke of Lake Wale the .
German Government plans to
J), 'Ft.and Myers.Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Burke ot withdraw all old style printed bank CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY! :: -:- :: -= : :- = : : :: ,

notes from circulation, and to Issue J
J Miss Harriett Gravely, of Ft. Meade engraved notes of an entire new de Sugarland Highway Phone 333
J is spending the holiday vacation with sign.

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C' ;ld Crop And Stem Jerseys for shipment in June have to pay taxes on her husbauu. iiw
and July ]have a fairly( good market. ftsar;acer no exp.m-:e.s for rap! ; i.-
Feed Prospects The low price ot cotton is expected I "'Yo women should be good to year
j I For '31 Outlined co cause r"i increase )In RWp.ef."if to hiishantlae"er criticize: anything

,:J.t. acreage, J .' thLill': per aero Iii yoi'i- husband::: does or says He is a
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":: : : I GAINESVILLE, Fir.-The nation's likely! to 1., larger than this 5 ear's wise gaxabo and never maKes a mis.tr.e. -

grain .supply for the 1930-31 season low yield. : TJiat's what makes him so valuable -
hn'j been about 12 per cent below Existing ?:MYS prevent n < -->t'on to you from an Investment or
'J" the last season's supply, according to forecast but largo! storage! h"hligs!! : property standpoint If he didn't
'. l : the outlook report just released by and reduce'! consumption alaii!: ;; vIU \+i kr.ow everything he would be a

\ \. ;:>. ,. .',. :. .' the Florida Agricultural Extensions the depression combine to make 1931 'I woman. Love your husband. Be kind
..f / _..:. ,'.:. IY 1i .1; .r ..:\' r'V" rS f rvlce, cooperating with the United hold nothing: to stimulate optimismas r.n-.l.: good to him. He is valuable
...';" '- ... States Department of Agriculture ami to the-outlook) for c tton. Careful I i piece of. propertVhen he come-

), :: ,::.. .. Uor0iv7fn/0f7o7s.... 1 O. Ja .::J l"ederfum: Board. !n this the corn consideration. should he piven: to vaMi.s. -'I, whooping It xip the street at 2 a. rn,
: :" : for: ; %- !:"-11md! credit, well: I escorted
yield IH inch"led.l1d\ placed at about .as f J by a couple of policemen
700 mil-ion! buuhcls below average. ns the produ'tiojx! of feed and food Vin't gat anry. Just realize that your
) O'y. / The hay crop is' the smallest since rops. I $60,000 investment is In a slight
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: 1913. In view of the situation Florida j 1 panicky condition. Take him into
; :: farmers will do well to plant oafs and $60.000 'INVESTMENT 1i i your arms as )'on.would 60,000/ :worth

.J. ; rye ,for grazing and hay: and to maUe ; of gold bonds. Lead the dear thing
.. . -. ..'y' ="1 early plantings of sorghums, co\vpas May be Ills Canal. :: !'cint.m.n 'f.'_.oI I t up; the stairway and" push him over
: .< }( 'o"': | z eends this in road It and copied itI rfi;" bed.-he
; etc. Even at moderate prices, purchasing -. v/on't he hnrTTto push
W\ : :. ; ,- .. Z. .: ) :: /fb' : : ; power is too low for the farmer .I but anyway: : "If] h vo:,nn 1 has; a H'.isband i orcr then tae off his blessed shoes,
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:: ;i..; .::.-. : :' ';' r 1 M:' 1 r T P. '. : {\ ': i'.. \14 for 1931 will probably he his home, his wife should'! (:'fl:'.?- \ off his coat: :, manipulate him in a
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't.. .:'e' ,<. '' "; ". "' .,' tc":. '. larger than 19r,0, and less will likelyba that she has a. $60,000 piece o_ prop J!I I similar' manner: until you get his
I ii) Jt ii :: consumed by hogs. Floridians j!j crty because 5 percent: on ?30000; is i : britches off, then kiss- his eyelids

I g1 should allow for this, planting corn 03,000.'The proportion in a nutshellis L''ovn j in peaceful: slumber-if he isn't
in the rotation for homegrown feed. that a widow with $50,000) in cr eh I ,t!! ready: asleep."-Everglades News.
The 1930 peanut crop is the smallest loaned out at :5 ]per cent interest' i*
since 1926, though the acreage on* thn F.T.-ns financial! footing as; o: The Take Wales Highlanderhas

was about average. Movemnet to' married womb: who: hasn't got a cent, co'.erel that"when.ls' man drunk":
market has been rapid. Prices have.1 but h3! a l husband who spsiuln: $3n,11Ir h" ? b"settled by a M'chigauuT.no

i : 'Iti not increased, but some improvementis year, 011'a pore, fpr every women ; who rules that it is whcr ha'irrs
M :: ; expected. Undesirable returns from I OJJTlit! to I Pave :J. hn1BV: !':r worinnshould "Sweet Adeih e" publicly. Wise
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determine the success
women's parties this winter.
The following bridge party .r .
menus, for a noon-day luncheonand lr. + .,
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Layered Cheese: and Apple Salad ,
Hot Buttered Rolls To make the assorted canapes: pg9a:

Swect Sliced Dill Pickles Slice white bread' thin, toast ." ,
Coconut Cake slightly, cut in rounds, using a
Tca with Lemon Mints
small cookie cutter. On each roundof
Layered Cheesy and Apple Salad
toast place a'small bit of mayonnaise
is made as follows:
a crosswise section of sour
1 package lemon Iclo.t1n; 1 pint boll-
._ water 2 tablespoons lemon Juice pickle another bit of .. .
Ing ; ; mayonnaise, l, aq 6 p +> lj a 'v n.aw -- f
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dice; 1 teaspoon sugar; 1 package then a shrimp. ,
((3 ounces) cream cheese; Vt cup Slice white bread thin, toast
'walnut meats: broken
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. lightly, cut bread into oblong strips,

Add 1 tablespoon lemon 0 juice and !*/? by 2 inches. Spread each piece

halt: Combine apple, sugar, dashof with deviled ham, garnish with a .
salt and remaining 1 tablespoon border of small gherkins, sliced + .
lemon juice. Chill. When slightly
thickened fold apples into tof thinly crosswise. ,,. r 4iS5.r4 err''p -

gelatin mixture. Turn into mold. Orange charlotte is made by t ni' 3SF.r 4 ,, yA.i .. ..

Chill until firm. Beat remaining using: .';Sa c ;>,'
gelatin with rotary egg beater until
1 package gelatin 1%
orange( ; cups
of consistency of whipped cream. boiling water; V teaspoon salt; 1/3 cup

Fold in cheese and nuts. Pour over orange marmalade; Vi cup cream, I ... ... ...... ..... __._ .
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with Serve mayonnaise in squares on crisp. lettuce Chill.Dissolve When gelatin slightly in boiling thickened water., I Last year the sugar officials increased the capacity of the mill from 1500 tons of cane per day to 4,500. This is a scene of the interior of the;,' mill.. i

Afternoon Refreshments beat with rotary egg beater untilof j showing the hugh storage tanks and will give! you an idea as to the size of the mill from the inside view.&ZZ5 .

Assorted Canapes consistency of whipped cream. I
.Tea with Lemon Salted Nuts Add salt. Fold in marmalade and J (

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Cookies Chill until firm.
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The American housewife, always on unemployment without any gain or '. ><:;." THIRTY ONE BY TALKING, BUYING AND SELL7
the firing line to help in time or trou-' saving on the part of the American .' .
ble, is again called upon to assist in housewife.The \ <,.< ,
keeping ,,American labor employed and tariff law charges a duty of.
to overcome the increasing hardship two cents per pound on the raw > '. :'
brought about by unemployment.This sugar imported from Cuba to be refined d.,. : : PRODUCTS. IT V/ILL ENCOURAGE INDUSTRY
lime her help is most vital- in this country. The same law J "
comes at a time when most needed- puts a duty of $2.12 an hundred :
and comes without! cost or penalty to pounds on sugar refined in Cuba t:: AND HASTEN PROSPERITY. COOPERATION AND .'
and imported into this country. But it''
weapons are the sugar bowl under the most favorable condi- ; : TEAMWORK ARE ESSENTIAL. ( U
and spoon.. Her fight is based on tions, It requires 107 pounds of : :. '
.keeping her sugar bowl filled with su- raw sugar to be refined into 100 '
gar refined in the United States, by pounds of refined sugar in the I\: 'j
American labor, and under sanitary United States, which means to get -' \ CLARENCE ELLIS >
II one hundred pounds of refined sugar -
the laws
supervised by .
in the United States, there is a \. .
governing the manufacture of pure .
duty cost of $2.14, or 2 cents a ''' jj. \
foods, known; throughout the worldto
be the best. to hundred a Cuban pounds refiner.In more. than the cost j..: Division Manager Florida Power & Light Company :'.

This clarion call for co-operation Is .: I .
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1925 only 25,000 tons of foreign : '. .
sent out on account of the unfair ad ; ; .
sugars were sold in this coun-
vantage given to the Cuban refiners
try, but In 1929 it had jumped up t -
the American refiners in the rt .
over to approximately: oue-haJf million .
Tariff Bill just recently passed. In
tons, and some state that over one
this bill is to the : i rir
a subsidy given million tons will be sold in this
Cuban refiner of three cents a hun- country the next two years withoutone
dred pounds, as he can export and cent of saving to the American $
enter Into the United States 100 housewife and with the additional

pounds of granulated sugar for throb penalty or reducing the output( ?! ..
cents less duty than the American refiners In the United States \\l\\cl\\ : i _
refiner has to pay when importing raw In turn will cause thousands of law ..i
sugar and manufacturing it Into re- borers to become idle.
fined. This saving, unfortunately, is Over 80,000 workers and their
not passed on to the American house- families are dependent on the refineries ,
wife. She usually pays the same price in the United States for :a
whether tho sugar is refined in this livelihood, and if the output of their
country or abroad. employers is reduced,' either their \ r ,
This un-American and unsatisfactory wages will be reduced, or their ',: -- ''0-'' .;:..f'; ." ,. -. ..
situation brought ,about by the Tariff number will be reduced, without
Bill which was passed last summer, any benefit to the housewife. ,
Amounts to hundreds of thousands of By demanding that her sugar ., 3\
dollars to the United States refiner crme from refineries located In the
when ono considers the hundreds of United States, employing Americanlabor
thousands of tons of refined sugar and refined under sanitary .
Imported, because ,ot this two cents conditions in this country, unemployment -
can be avoided and conditions -
preferential given to the Cuban refiners -
but when this differential is returned to normal in this

.reduced to the per pound price to industry.
the housewife, it is BO fractional that Many have pointed out the fact
.)- r it is lost to her. that the United States Is appro-
priating hundreds of millions of
The loss to the refiners In the .
dollars on one hand to aid the unemployment
JUnited States of hundreds of thou-
situation, and on the
sands of tons of sugar to refine due
other give foreign competition a
to the Influx of foreign refined sugars '
subsidy which will permit an inroad I
causes the refiners In this into established industries that
country to lay-off labor and add to will beget increased unemployment. .

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