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 30, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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c. o ,; TUESDAY NIGHT SUGAR IN MONTH Date.; Cane If' Today Ground, To Tota, Date J Sugar Made' Made'DateShipped To Bags DIAMOND LEAGUE FROM CLFJISTON

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; :f. W. C. Owen Heads Legion 8827 Tons Of Cane Are Jan.' 3 1464.25. :.........:: .. ...... ........ ........ J. E. Beardsley! Elected Mill Expected To Reach
, : -; : )1)926.60.
: Jan .1 1462.35'. ... 479 '479. 250
'A ,' Committees ForEnsuing Ground First To
:; During Captain Legion Capacity During Next
.:;!! '.J..., ',,,; ,'.':' Jan. 5 19(13.20 4829.80 496 97G 750
t: .".,':,, !;-;::;:. Year.W. Month Of Operation.The Jan Ij 2 n.75 6923.55' 345 1320 1750 Team On Field.The Ten Days. *

f I '" '' #'" n .Jan. 7 1-128.80- S352.'/1 5. '482, 2302, 250

: ?\:;':;f,7t; ..:; C. Owen was installed as commander following report on the activi- Jan S I 12fJ7.80'" 961015; ,. 567 2869 2750 American will enter a Six thousand bags of sugar ,have

,': \. ,,.: ; of the local! post of the American ties of the' Southern Sugar Companyat Jan l} 2169J:5:: 11.7S0.' ,,< 861 3730 3500 Diamond Ball team in the local league been shipped from the Clewiston Victory -
: ," ;' Legion at their regular meeting! :\ their Canal Point mill which was Jau. l ?5.O.95 14,330.95'!' 879' 4609 45U(; which will begin play this weekon of the Southern Sugar 'Com E.ny.
:: :,P held at the Watanabe hotel Tuesday closed on January first until the Jan. '11 7i6.55 16,101.00. 469 5078 600U the new diamond just completed. These figures include January 13th.he .

- night.Commander': Clewiston mill could reach its capacity Jan. 12 110J.50 16,307f0; 486 -, 556.1 5502 in Civic Center. mill 1 has not reached its capa-

'r', Owen was elected at is given below. :' .Jan. 13 1858.95 13,165,95- 868 (.H62.. 6002 This was decided at their regular ,city which is four ,thousand tons or

;:! the last' meeting of the post' to sncI The mill was operated for a periodof meeting which was held at the Watanabe cane a day. The average daily grinding -
; teed F. Deane Duff who has been thirty days whicr was from 'December Weight per bag of sugar, 325 pound.I"; S Hotel Tuesday evening. J. K.: was 1816.59 tons of cane. The

I I commander of the Legion since it first to January first. Totals number Beardsley, who has had considerable peak was reached on January 10th'when
savanna 3.30
Raw sugar selling F. O B. to, $3.40.
. <; : was organized two years ago. of tons of cane ground... 8S27.'.. .. from i, experience in managing base ball 2550.95 tons of cane passed
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"." :, Past Commander Duff read a re- which 3084 bags of sugar, were made. -' teams was elected captain. of the Le- through: the crushers. .
':'C'r, port of his work for the past year. The Canal Point mill is not expectedto r gion team.o Mr. Beardsley' will sound The next 'day, January 11th only
:-r'-' :-:' which was filed with the adjutant for open until the CJewiston mill JUDGE ROSS SOUNDS TO PLANT tho call for candidates for the team 776.50 tons were ground. The 12th,

\-: ,, ; : future record. His work 'as Commander reaches 4000 tons of cane a day. Ev this week. It was decided that only 119950 tons were ground. which was

.?: '; of the Legion has been one of the ery effort Is being made by the Receivers COUNTY COURTPOCKETMONDAY '.i TREES ALONG NEVI'l' men who belong to the local post of next to the lowest amount ground
outstanding features in developingone to get the Clewiston mill the Legion would be able to play on I since January 3rd when 1464.25'' tons

... of the most progressive American operating at full capacity. The only the team. were ground. -

,i/:I Legion Posts in the state. The' thing: necessary Is :ifbout 2500 negroes'to r l' STATE 'HIGHWAY Several teams have already enteredthe The mill has a capacity of .4,000

'\ ik. local post has a membership of over. cut cane. When' the negroes start i' league which is expected to start tons of cane a day and to be 'operated -
I thirty members which i will equal any cutting : the Clewiston mill will '
l .', cane playing the last of this week. on a successful financial basis 16
4 ,'. ':, city: 'twice as large as Clewiston.. Its reach 'the 'above tonnage; Very Few Cases Docketed :Clewiston Company To The Clewiston Company has agreedto mast be run at full, 'capacity. 'The total -

\ average attendance at its monthly The capacity of tho Canal Point : : complete the diamond which number of
For This Term Of Furnish Trees; Members was of cane ground
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,., s has been above eighteen.The mill is only 400 tons of cane a day. started by Ed Butler several weeks to date is 18,165.95: from which 6002
., .:': .; local post is considered one or County Court., To Do Work. bags of: have There
The sugar been made.
::\<, : ago. new diamond is located just
the best organized posts In the state. I
.:,',:):., across the street from the Hopkins Is approximately 1,000 bags of sugar
.".' ':: :." Civic development 'and service to ex- REEVES HOME SCENE County' Judge Ross sounded the : The local post of the American Legion block! In Civic Center and is lighted in process which is not counted In'the
;.:' : service men have been 'two of the Will
\ docket for the first term of county, plant trees along the cross for night playing. 6.000 bags.according.
.. ,>;: ::" outsta ding activities'of the post : court, to.be held state l highway for mile it \
in Hendry county one was r
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<: .:, during the past ye'r.. Development of OF GALA EVENT ON decided Bishop, operating -
:... '''"''' : II during 1931. Very few cases were at regular meeting held Vice President of the Sugar Company -
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,..";:;',! clean sports among_ the younger boys docketed for this term of ,court. It at the )Watanabe hotel last Tuesday and also Receiver under
: BIDS FOR GeorgeW.
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::- /?{\ in Clewiston has been part of the program LAST FPJDA Y N1GHTTwo will be the first time that the newly night Whitehurst, the 'mIll 'is' supposed
.' developed
by Commander. Duff. direction of F. Deane Duff '
..." '" ,,- appointed county prosecuting attor Captain! to make a net profit of $10,000 per
:" '/ ; :; .... J. A. McGhee was installed as Vice will WORK 'BE LET ON :
'c: ney will have charge of the court. donate the trees, the legion! spon- dar: This money according to Mr.

, .. ,.( f; Commander, Sims Connell as Adju- Hundred People One of the most important, cases to jioring!: the idea of planting the trees Bishop will be made as soon 'a the
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> ; : taut -D. O. Hatch as Sergeant at be tried during this term of court for a" distance of one mile.
reaches capacity. Judge 'White-
/if'W': Arms and Dr. Bourne as historian 'of Make I ,
Merry At will be the cases against several men 3 W. C. Owen, stated that the work hurst stated that he would allow the
the Post. 1
)-A".:- Celebration.The caught with' coon hides in the hunting would be in charge of the Civic Committee 'mone}' to be deposited in any bank
'. The following ,committees were appointed reserve. ..: which is headed that will
'.,, t by Captain Government' I Is secure the funds with liberty -
', : : by the Commander to serve 1 There several Fred legion Expected .
are liquor cafes.: Duff. Every member of the. bonds. Mr. Bishop stated to 'the
:.I<, ',:,;'<.',:'-;. during the year 19'31; Americanization Felda, home was the of scene Hurd of L. one Reeves of,,the at H. Whidden is charged with the pO 1 Ii' p present expressed the idea of planting To Use Own Equipment Judge that 70.000 had been receivedor

( .O:- and Welfare J. A. McGhee chair most enjoyable occasions eyer held session of liquor and his case will be' these trees and stated that :they. On,Part of Work.Bids would be received from the ,sale

:,' man, J. E. Beardsloy, C. V. Parkinson I at Felda. Mr. and Mrs. Reeves gavea tried either., Thursday or Friday. B:_, would) do ,the work 'persOI llly. of, the 6.QOO bags of sugar. There ,are
f' C. H. Berner and )V. P. yauglin, A. Bales, of Moore Haven, represents over $500,000.00 worth of receivers
r : candy pulling last Friday night I approximately will be received the Jacksonville
Jr. Attendance at -
; Membership, and
Mr. Whidden. -
: marking the end of the cane grinding I half \vay.,Between, Fort Myers and certificates outstanding wlJ.lcIi' will
",:f4 : ::: Publicity, S. R Connell chairman, G. which, has been ,in progress. at L. 0. .Gravely represents most' of i!WestWith this Ideal location office on January 20th, .for have to 'be retired from ,the funds,

.:s t' .",- B. Thomas and L. A. Morgan, Jr.; their plantation for the pant- month. the defendants in? tho., county court.:I and good'soil( t,there is' 'no rea*: ,the dredging of the shoals' 'in the Ca- which' \ will come from .the, sale ot: ".
and the banal I.
= ,',,,., Entertainment, B. Bugler chairmanAlston' and one largest ''.,iay' loosahatcheelrtyer i. !from '
\ : enjoys LoL-J .l -w1uthe4state
sugar. ;
: /; ...H., Jl.fJ7R. S'Duh- p..tain"t, Reoves anTd i ware_ : 7" n highway-through : they'rlveiM Lake OkeechobeeThis : = .:y.L, .f: '_'," :",- ',_: ,..:" ...,:.......
;: ;, ; practices the county. H.: A. Rider, not'b '
this section
',. '.': .1 'way; Ltason and Civic Enterprise. known as the_ most hospitable family could made one will mean that actual work According to the figures given the
who has been
acting as county prosecuting i
"I. of the beautiful highways In
: F. D. Duff chairman. F. 1'VrIght I in the Felda spction. When the word : attorney will' not have chargeof state. '. will be started on this project within court the sugar companYhas"ot-

t' B. A. Bourne and D. B. Allen. was spread ,that the Reeves home the county court at this term, he the' the next thirty days. ? 750.000 tons of cane to grind. It Is
.' :', Those at the would be thrown open to the entire The Clewiston Company has already -I The work according to information estimated that the grinding season
present meeting Tuesday was not appointed by the new board
,\:.' : .; "; .. ,night were W. C. Owen, Sims Felda section on this occasion several of county commissioners.The '. I planted trees from the railroad I received by the News will start at will 'extend until May''15th. On' JanuarY

: ',-:. Connell Victor Blate, E. B. Butler, T. hundred people from the Felda and case against Scott of Clewis- east of the city to Clewiston. These Alva and extend up the river and first Mr. Bishop stated td; the

I : V. Watson, J. R. Alston, Barney. Immokalee section were on hand to ton for possession of a still was dismissed trees are Just now beghlning'to- grow through, 'the canal Into the lake. The court that the mill would run approxi-'
; :Beardsley'; :; : celebrate what. is termed one of the and another warrant charging and I give,- a, fair xampJ1e_ of how thehighway government expects to do part of this mately 120 grinding cays. :It' thia Is '

':.'. ./'., ..,.,' '. '. J.' A. 'McGhee, B. A. Bourne, D. O.: most enjoyable occasions each year him with the manufacturing of liquorwas : would look. If the same kilid work with its own equipment :and( I true the Clewiston, mill can grind:only
in that locality.Cars of''trees are planted the entire length have dredge Tampa "at' 480,000 tons of _cane during" that
(''/-.:; Hatch, H. A. Ray: ,L. A. Morgan, Jr., issued. He was lodged in ;jail a work,
': ;{: H. R. Hall and :Dan Allen.ANNIVERSARY I were lined on both sides of awaiting bond. of the' road through. Hendry county. on this project within a short time. time. Something will have to bo done .

..' :t}. :, ',' I the road for about a mile. It was estimated Several cases against negroes from We" would like to suggest' 'that other According to government' engineersat to take care of. the extra 300,000 tons' --

that two hundred people visited CHewiston will be' tried 'at this term Civic organizations think about New Orleans this i Is part of the of cane.

k GOLF' the Reeves home during the ev of court.BISHOP. planting trees on certain sections of work of the government" ,to relieve According toIr.. Bishop's statement -.. "-

ening.A this road. 'Captain Duff will welcome the unemployed 'in. this section. This the cane' harvesters are cutting
TOURNEY TO START large pot was used to boil the the idea and we believe that' the ',work has, no connection" 'with the ,three hundred tons' of'cane each: day., -" ,. :

syrup after which every one present PROMISESCOURT company will furnish all the trees present work that is being done 'by

engaged in pulling the candy. The that the civic organizations ,will plant the government on, the lake, however, <

I '., ON FEBRUARY I Ir mill was started, and plenty of cane $10,000DAILY This work should be done during, it conies under the 'direction of the GARDEN CLUBS ARE ._ ,.,,:
juice was served to all present. Mu- the next sixty days. local office of the government whichis .

sic and dancing was one" of the features located at Clewiston. ADVISED.JANUAR
,. Rules Used, In 'Legion of the evening.Old' 'PROFIT When this work is completed it is .

r. WillB'e 'times seemed to have returned : .. WEEKLY REPORTS TO, expected that small boats will be able
Tourney )I
to the Felda section. The feeling of i to pass through the Caloosahatchee BEST FOR() ROSES$
1S..I.. Used Again: mospeiity and good cheer was ev- : Money Will Be Deposited BE PUBLISHED BY river and the canal connecting the
pressed by all present. _
I river with the lake and 'across the
In Banks Secured
The local golf course was officially : lake through the 'St. Lucie Canal into G GAINESVILLE Fla.. The best

R : ;; opened to the public on February 22 By Liberty Bonds._ CLEWISTON NEWS the Atlantic ocean. time for planting roses is in December l

?;,':;\ ,, ''.. i-.z.:;': of' last year and will be one year old NO FROST REPORTEDIN The work should be completed by I or January, when they are most
' -" \ on ;' the 22nd clay of February. Judge George W. Whitehurst. un- early summer and during tho next dormant. A lot of helpful informationto

R As a celebration of the anniversary CLEWISTON der whose direction the receivers of All Records PertainingTo season large pleasure boats are expected rose lovers, about planting as wellas

, 'ji z ot the opening match play 'tournament AREA the Sugar Company are operating, Receivership to pass through this part or the other important steps, .is contained -

..-:;' F, : will he started on February 1st. I has advised the Clewiston News that the state. Several clays ago a 'small in Bulletin 59-Rose Growing

This tournament will be conducted : DURING PAST WEEKNo Mr. Bishop, had sold $70,000 worth of Be Printed.The boat came from Tampa to Fort My- -just Issued by the Florida Agricultural ..

along the same lines as the Legion i sugar. ers up the river and across the Extension Service. '

tournament last August, with prizesfor The court will designate a bankto Clewiston News will transcribe lake. The course was very hard stated Some of the suggestions In this bulletin

winner runner up and winner of frost has been reported in the handle those funds. which will be all. the records filed by the Recelv tho skipper 'but it can be made are': Plant the bush varieties

the "consolation flight.i Clewiston section during the past two deposited in the bank as a sinking /" s si"1"'o last: June. On January first with small boats at this season of in-a bed 'and two to two and a nalC

Qualifying rounds must be played days.: Wednesday was the coldest day fund to take care of the $500,000 i "'rcu't: Judge George W. Whitehurst the year. feet apart, but give the climbers: ,----.,:;;
between January, 18th and 29th. All of the year but a high wind and overcast worth of Receivers' certificates that designated tlje Clewiston News as more distance. Bud or graft on ''Texas

i gyp.L players are requested to have their sky kept old man jack frost have been issued since last June the off icial notice to creditors of the FARMERS CAN SECURE Wax stock. Break the ground deep

score cards signed dated and attested away.' when the company was placed in"tho Sugar Company in regards to matters RURAL HINTS CALENDAR and fertilize with well-rotted manureor
and turned in at the registration Truclefs in this section have several hands of the court. pertaining to':the receivership of the bone meal before planting. Selecta '

:., 4-.,. booth. It is very important that ev hundred acres planted in beans "The only security we are demand- company.' GAINESVILLE Fla.-A 1931 illustrated location where there Is at least

eryone wishing to enter the tourna- I with quite a few just peeping throughthe ing from the banks." stated Judge To brim! this information to date and farm hints calendar. has tlueo or four hours of sun enc-h'day.

': ment turn in their cards so that the ground. All small beans were Whitehurst, "is Liberty Bonds. 'these I the News is going 'to have all the records just been published. the Florida Give plenty of water, and fertilize

-' proper handicaps may be worked out covered during Wednesday to protect funds must be secured for the creditors. concerning this matter transcribed Agricultural Extension Service, and two or three times during the growing -

for :each player.It them from the wind which does almost ." According to Mr. Bishop's statement I and printed for the information a few copies' are left for free distri- season. Set the plants no deeper

will be attempted by the tournament as much damage to the young made to Judge Whitehurst a) of its readers and the advice of bution to Florida farmers, Dr. wily than they stood in the nursery row.

officials to work out handicaps vegetables as a light frost profit of $10,000 will be made every. the creditors. mon Newell, extension director, has Prune only enought to remove weak;

so that every entrant will have an OahhnKos:' :oro being shipped from I day after the mill is operating at full 1 In the future all of this Information announced.The ,wood and keep the plant In ,good

'. ,.equal chance.The this section. W. C. Hooker and T. V. Capacity The mill Is expected. be will be); carried in the News as directed calendar is a medium large shape. Give the heaviest pruning
'' course is .in excellent playing Watson are shipping in carload )ota. at its capacity by Wednesday of next by the court. It will take several one, and each page contains the when the plants are dormant., Plant' a::

:'atit' .condition at the present time but In Warmer weather Is predicted 'for the week. weeks to get this information togethr months farm hints by College of Agriculture number of Individuals of each -variety;

,- order. ., 'that I it may, be .in tip. top condition balance of this week. Judge Whitehurst is expecting to and we hope to be able to print specialists, as well as half together to get a mass effect of the
y by the time the tournament receive this money every week and It during the month of February. toned picture that depict farm improvement same color and characteristics. Replace -

{ starts considerable, work is being dorm THE WEATHER stated that as soon as the first money Each week we 'are' attempting to and rural development weak, unthrifty plants that ,are
Sr: on widening the fairways at critical two or more years old with young?
\ was received he would notify the carry correct information regardingthe '
points cleaning around- the blinkers Date Max. Min.' RainfallJan. News and balance in this fund activities of the Sugar 'Company LAKE LEVEL vigorour ones. Watch for black spot

and' top dressing' the greens.Number 5 ................81 63 i will} be published each week. and hope that those who ,are Inter- I tho ,:ever-piesent rose disease ana
; 5. and 6 tees have been leveled Jan, C ,:..;........... 81 54 .96 'The first: obligations of the receivers ested in the company will receive the 6A.M. 6PM. spray. with a good fungicide.The .
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and players" are requested' not Jan. 7 ................ 64 31 (Frost) will bo the receivers certificatesthat I information they desire. If '''you have Jan. 9 .......................... 17.2 17.3 ,bulletin contains a discussionof
to nlay'off;: of. these for: a :couple of Jan. S 64 45 have been Issued. After these I any additional information that you Tan. 10 ...:............?.,_?.. 17:3: 17.3 the author's choice dozen roses

\ eckg. ': ; ; Jan 9 ....;.?.....?. 77 53 are retired 'it there is any mony left I are not receiving and will reqiist us Jan. 11 ..........::............ 17.3 17.3 many of which are pictured, and'' discussions <..,-

c Jan. '10 ....-...-.:..... '67* 53 it =will be" paid'to the creditors.! The !' to publish) same wovIU be blad 'to Jan. 12 .......:.................. 17.2 17.2 and pictures of other 1.leading '-..

The v .city' of, Ft., Mvcrs. will. celebrate' I J ....:.:....;.73 59 receivers certificates are' first liens : rive you any information 'we might Jan 13..;...:...........:....... 17.3 17. varieties for Florida A free copy;,

S the! 'birthdav of Thomas? A. Edison on ,Rainfall for"weetf 1; ..........:;: :..... _."... 96 bti this'crop''which' is now being har. }I hav, srardinp; any part of this vast Jan. 14 ..........;............. 17... 17.2 can be obtained from' the' Agricultural :
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\" February'11th. I Rainfall. .. l ''to date '....:.. ...:.......... ..... 1.68 s'csted.S.: ; I operation '" .... Jrn. 15 "............... .......17.2 17.3 !' Excision Service, Gainesville.
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I THE CLEVYISTONNEWS\ lug 1st can a car even ferry go' further to Havana South and by toura talc WORLD-WIDE SIFTINGS i FI! R GROU 1i 1 DS NOW and dally Holland for tho, shipments huge national are exhibits.arriving'

: part of the completed section of the Commercial displays, more numerous: :,
Published every Friday at 700 mile long Cuban Control
Clewiston, Florida. Highway v.hich is costing the Cuban i than ever before, are being placed in

Groton (Conn.) police are seeking After Dr. R. F. Bowman, of New i the various halls. The demonstration

LOUIS A. MORGAN. ,.'.. Publisher government more than 100000000. n loving butcher who has been selecting York, told the court that his wife ,, OF OPENING GONG : field where modern agricultural i implements -
It Is being- constructed .for the most I'
heifers from good stock. In smashed his radio violin and dental will be shown in operation, +
Entered at the Postoftice at Clew- part by the famous road building ofWrirren I'
I. nearby pastures, killing and skinningthe apparatus and had bitten him, more\ -- I will be crowded to capacity.
matter. In The
iston, Florida, as second class Brothers Boston
; animr.l: and leaving the hide in than 50 times before she deserted TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 14.-Entering I Officials from the state department
---'- I famed Dixie Highway l which only recently -
SUBSCRIPTION, RATES opened its last unfinished link the pasture field. him, Bowman was granted a divorce. the last lap of the race to get the I of agriculture, the department of

One Year .........._....?......_...........,..'. $2.50 I brings one down the sun-route abreastof '--- r i South Florida Fair grounds and the I, fish and game and state in stltutlons

.. ..... 1.50 Geo. II. Glasgow, 71, who died recently Too proud to ask for help, although I 22 exhibition halls in readiness for have already designed their displaysand
Six: Months .................... ... .. the Atlantic through the orange ,

Three Months ...........,..................,. .75 belt and finally into the American at Rochester, N. Y.. had the penniless and homeless, 57-year-old I the annual opening of the exposition within another week will "I'c;Inactive -

tropics of Miami. record of 64 years of unbroken at- Charles Wells, with no covering except I on February 3, General Manager p.1 work{ on arranging. their

ADVERTISING RATES Motor Clubs along the route are also tendance at Sunday School. his wearing apparel, slept on the T. Strieder ha snotifled the hundreds ;i i booths. The life size dutch village is

Forty-five cents inch. No discount I of exhibitors that everything is now
per ,
advising the inland route from snowcovered ground in a woods near nearing completion, artists are at:

for plates. No special position Washington to Columbia, South Carolina Juliet Marston, 20-years; old, of Escanba, Mich.. until the sheriff ready for them to take possession. I,I work in Wail Hall preparing the matnificient : ?-

guaranteed. All advertising copy I and the Coastal 1 Highway from Montclalr\ N. J., was granted a private learned of Wells' plight and fearing ( With the exception of the improvements :: Italian exposition, performers .
must be in this office Wednesday Columbia to Miami. Leaving Savannah I pilot's license after she had set the destitute! man would freeze, now underway on the auto,:I are charting the amphitheater
racing course, the aviary and the
before Issue of paper. Georgia, the motorist finds an I the unusual record of flying her own lodged him in jail. : arena and placing their aerial rigging
park system, the task ot prepariflg
uninterrupted ribbon of new road all j' plane with only 5 1.2 hours ot pre for the exposition has been completed. women are active in the. Woman's,

Howdy Folks-This is the time for the way to Miami. From: 65 to 75 percent |, vious Instruction In flying. In an effort to furnish work for unemployed Many\ : improvements have been I -building arranging exhibits, aitlftfu,

the Clewiston News to spealc.\: I of the tourists visiting l\Iinmil i I| citizens. Montgomery, Ala., made and this year every section ot are hanging their collections of paintings ,

-- last year ,traveled by automobile according When R. C. _Holt, Ohiopyle ((1'a.) has abandoned the use of machinesand the SO acre fair grounds tract will I in the Jackson ,,gallery, and

Amos 'n Andy audience in Clewiston to a check kept by the Miami merchant appeared in the basement gone back to work by hand on be in userExhibits: !I county agents, packers. canners and

is growing each 'night. At least Motor Club.A beneath his store room to stoke the all municipal construction.An are now pouring In for Individual exhibitors are busily enstaged -

twenty people are gathering at the ,census of the southbound auto- furnace, his pet cat became fright- every department. From Italy, Spain in preparing their booths.

Watanabe hotel every evening at s. v- mobiles passing over the St. John'sRiver ened, and leaped into the firebox automobile used by tho Amsterdam : I _

en o'clock to hear this Tumour pair. : Bridge at Jacksonville, showsa where the flames consumed the ani (N. Y.) Police Department was I I --T
tremedous increase In the number'of
mal. stolen from the front of police head
Jury duty has called several otClewiston's cars this ,year over a year ago, according quarters. '

to figures compiled by the
leading citizens. If you Mrs. Caaroline. Willets, of Chicago ,
Florida/ State Road Department at
want to know who they are just take Ill., who celebrated her 97th Because not one marriage ceremony -
a trip to LaBelle _and see for :your Jacksonville. birthday recently, has never been has been performed in the townof Q
of r
self.. From Miami radiate a number r
sick. South Lincolnshire during r
Eng., I
roads which go far toward proving
the last 14 months Rev. H. G. Speakman -'I
this the motorist's paradise.
A should not mind serving on city
man coast inland the cities otsouthern To pay an election bet, Albert pastor of Moulton Chapel, has
afraid of the law either or
the jury if he is not
Crockett was forced to push a wheel announced a series of 4 sermons on -
Florida are quickly accessible
himself. What we need is good men I "Couitshlp and Marriage." I NEVER MIND THE NOISt; ring frequently. Add onion puree, sea-
over desirable route from barrow loaded with coal from his
who will enforce the law accordingto Emulate Hilda, the grimvisagedcook I son with salt and cayenne pepper. .
Miami. home town of Peoria to Chicago, 111.,
evidence found in the case. of Andy Gump's flustered Just before serving stir in slightly
The tours, however, which are a distance of 175 miles. Crockett's actual There are 7 schools in the State: or house-I
on" eaten yolk: and minced plrifcn-
hold, and cry "soup's egg ,
among the most popular are those walking time totaled 74 hours. Montana which have only one pupil ;
that the would have cold weather meals toes. Pass grated cheese with soup.
No man is too busy to see your :
over to the West Coast by the Ta- 32 schools with 2 pupils, 40 schools
laws ot the nation ,are enforced. He satisfying and: full of warmth.. For" Mushroom Soup
'with 3 pupils 74 schools with 4
miami Trail, through dense woodlandof pu- '
might want some one to enforce a America's last frontier-the Flor- After withdrawing deposits of $1- pils, and 123 schools with 5 pupils soup'sa dish! that gracefully combines I 3 tbsps. com oil

law for him sometimes and would 500 from a bank he feared was un- the vitamins and the calories 1 tsp. chopped onion
Overseas each. I
ida Everglades, and the 12
feel bad it the lowest type men in safe, Louis Friedman. a Baltimore in a medley: of flavors that are so I cups i mushrooms ,
Highway south to West.A .
) Key
business held and robbedof healthfully pleasant you will not: mind 2 tbsps. cornstarch
the was
the county were serving on jury. man: The bones of ancient camels have
all but $300 of the amount with- the sibilance that sometimes accompanies 1 tsp. salt
SILLY SITUATION! been discovered in Perth Gravel pit,
: I drawn before he reached his home. Its consumption. pepper .
Sheriff I Hancock selected the men four miles west of lovelock, Nev.
The truly successful soup is not the 2 clips ,
-.who: are serving on the jury in the It is strange evidence of the weakness -
t 2 mushroom stock
article some wit has defined as "just cups
: county court. This is not done in the that or London (Eng.) police officials seekIng
luman nature
.of worn When he touched a rain spout that "
I.I like hash,' only looser. The vege- whipped cream. ,
circuit court therefore the -
men selected
improperly adjusted brakes are to had become charged with electricity more effective means for punishing tables that go into it should be so Heat oil and in it cook onion one

should be the best citizens of I! blame for more automobile, accidents after a high-power wire had fallen robbers. have resorted to tho cooked as to retain their own distinctive minute. Slice and chop mushrooms

the county.. than any other single cause and that across it, 60-)' aJ-0Id: '1B.. Heaton, 'of whipping post. flavors, by first frying them in fine and cook with onion three min-

fully a third of our 26,000,000 cars near York Pa., was instantly killed.:, '- a bland '"corn oil, which will avoid utes. Sprinkle with cornstarch and
The 'laws of our county are as mulling about the highwayswith 'Finding his ladder too short to
are _
ti' giving them any "fatty" taste. The seasoning, stir well until blended. Add

strong: as the men who enforce them.lvo inadequate brakes. Overtaken by a terrific storm, more' ,reach the top 'of a palm tree at Pasadena texture of this cockle-warming dish milk: and stock and stir until mixture

;should stand behind any law that The answer, of course, is simple Calif., a workman used a shotgun Tender
than 100 whales were dashed to death l : should be smooth as velvet, neither has boiled three minutes. portions

1 serves the public. If it fails to do this I but oh, 'how hard to drill into the against the rocks near WhangareL to trim the tree. Police disapproved too thick nor too thin, and this of stems may be chopped with

: eve'should, see that they :are stricken minds of our careless peple-perI- North Island of ,New Zealand. "' : of the method and ordered the makes the choice of the thickening ,mushroom caps; rest of stems should
from the statutes. odical brake inspections.To workman to get a longer ladder. agent an important one. be cooked in water to make stock.
have one's brakes inspected by "r \\ Serve with spoonful whipped creamon
In England rubber pneumatic tires' Note in the recipes here how the
Six thousands bags of sugar have experts at a responsible service station 1 .An antique ring, more than 400 top.
are used on wheelbarrows. :i vegetables are first prepared and how
been shipped from Clewiston. This is .costs nothing' and takes but a : 'y years old' was used in the wedding they 'are 'thickened. Follow the directions' Corn-fato Chowder "'
:: ,
certainly worth mentioning as sever I few minutes. Adjusting'the brakes or ; v ceremony-.'Arnold*Blaustone and ; 'then 1 inert sized ,onion "'. '
Because of his sleepy disposition; 1'and "let a note ofpridecieep ; j'r yp i-'
al thousand more will be shipped relining;: them is quick and inexpen- J Alic Lechter at Mllaca: Mich. The 1 'cup boiling water '*
Jasper Spenser, of Philadelphia; ., into your voice when you cry
during the coming month. sive. Thee::; simple and easy-t -do was excused from jury duty, the : ring is an heirloom of Russian de to the hungry brood "Soup's 'on!" 1 cup potatoes, diced:

things, if practiced, by our 31.500,000 judge fearing Spenser would fall sign, with 4 square diamonds. Baked Bean Soup 1.2 tsp. paprika ..
The air meet recently held at Miami automobile drivers, would save thousands I
asleep in the midst of trial. 3 cups cold baked beans : pepper
was a success. Bob Smalley who of lives. hundreds of thousandsof a During their 37 trips abroad Mr. 3 pints water I 1 tsp. salt .

visited Clewiston during the last air injuries and million sof dollars. and Mrs. Seig Harzfeld, of Kansas 2 stalks celery r ::1 cups milk .--
I' The tomb's of the 3 great Kings of .
tour was killed last' week. Freddie But are the American people sensible Chaldees who City, Mo, traveled a total of 400,000 '1 1.2 cups stewed and strained toma 1 'cup canned corn
Ur of the -Ur-Engur
Lund did two outside loops without I enough' to apply such an easy I. miles. foes. ', 1 tbsp. corn oil.
reigned1,300 years ago, his son Dun-
stopping last Saturday. Never mind I remedy to a situation that is causing 1 tbsp. chili sauce salt and pepper Heat oil and in It cook onion, sliced
gi, and his grandson Bur-Sin-have,
in a few years Clewiston will have as ; 33.000 unnecessary deaths this year? Religious? intolerance which prevails 2 tbsps, corn oil thin until brown. Add seasoning.

good an airport as can be found in ; If not, tlie-m dicine must be administered been discovered In Mesopotamia.. between the Mohammedans and 1 tbsp. onion, minced boiling water and potatoes. and cook

the state. We will get a place on this- forcibly. It is a race between Enormous brick buildings, magnificently the Buddhists, caused the massacreof 1 tbsp. cornstarch croutonsPut until potatoes are soft, Add milk

stale tour yet. compulsory inspections and voluntaryones. presel'edha.e been uncov 30,000 persons In Kansu Province, beans, water and celery in corn and more salt if needed. Bringto
Pennsylvania and several other ered. The find is believed to lie of
boiling point and serve.
China. saucepan, bring to boiling point and
County Attorney Preston started I States are getting excellent results tremendous historical importance. Tomato Bisque
I simmer thirty minutes. Rub through

his! first case for the county in La- from compulsory inspections. "Safety :T. L. Avirr-tt. of Blakely,. Ga., rodea sieve, add tomato and chili sauce, 3 cups tomatoes -..

Belle last Tuesday. County Court Lanes" and voluntary inspection cam- Railways of the United States ex./ bUnd mule on his 700 mile vacation season to taste with salt' and pepper. 1 bay leaf b '.: -Sl. ,

usually, takes about two or three paigns are attracting thousands or pended $lOOOOOOOOO'or improve- i trip to Naples, Florida. Avirett spent Cook onion in oil two minutes. add 4 cloves .:: ;\. .

days to' get started. It, seems a short motorists in widely'separated cities. ments during the year 1930./ 21 days making the journey. cornstarch and cook two minutes. Paprika ; \'.,:

session. i is to be held this term. I' Both movements are' growing.A I Stir into soup. Boil three minutes and 1.2 onion ,.' :\ ::":,

mighty factor in the encourage- 2 tsps. :,
I The task of placing the steel gird Robert Germann. of Dortmund, Germany serve with Croutons. sugar .
,attention ment of voluntary inspections has 1 tsp. salt :
Diamond Ball will get the : >
I ers for the new bridge over the Hudson horrified his fellow-workers Bermuda Soup : "-.,'I-
been the action of one of our leading; 1-t tsp. soda M-, ,
of all Clewistonites during the '. '
I River from Riverside Drive, New when he leaped into a blast furnace 6 med. onions .;o' } '

few weeks. The Legion, Boy; Scouts, I manufacturers of brake linings in of- York, to Fort Lee, N. J.,, started 3 containing white hot molten steel 2 tbsps. corn oil 2 cups white sauce ,
fering a certified servicehereby a Croutons
Clewiston News Southern Sugar years ago from both sides of ,the which consumed his body Instantly. 2 cups water ;, ,
Company and the Engineers are expected I motorist who has his brakes relined .." "' "''.' ,, Cook!!: tomatoes spices; onion; sum; g-'
I stream, was completed recently, and 1 tbsp. butter i. ,
to teams into the field. with the company's products and I > ''' ar and salt t together five 111inutes.I .
put .
I "
without variation of a fraction of an Tip r1 h"Ilf'p.Tce: which I. J. 3 tbsps. flour !:. 0' .:..'r, :
I agrees to have his brakes inspected t / .'; Strain, add( soda nnd when ready to
inch, the two ends were joined. Smith, of Springville, la.: won from I 2 cups milk : ," r'..:. + ,... ., I
is eligible, without further r ', add two hot white sauce.
The first week in February has periodically 'HT: serve cups
i I i" vc'e.! TM-oyifTpfl tint Smith ooi'ld salt : ?= .'
been designated "Know Florida cost to him, for a $100 accident : = Serve at once with croutons. Do not
as wood his take his choice of either hiring her cayenne 'pepper /. ;;
Using a sharp piece of as .. .
Better" this is a good plan and lots insurance policy issued by a well 1 : heat after combining. ..
I yolk
I Krishna Shamba or as a housekeeper' at $5 a week egg
weapon, farmer or )payIng ""
known This in a one-half
of people in Clewiston should know ; casualty company. I White Sauce: One and
1-2 can ((3 1-2 oz.) pimientos
( near Bombay, India, fought with ,a her $5 weekly as alimony. Tile ,
Clewiston better. Would be a good seven-league step in the right direction I 6heese table.crioons! corn oil, one tablespoon
tiger for half an hour before timefarmer's former Mrs. Smith' got the job. grated ,
and in few months has cured minced onion -
: a one-'tablespoon cornstarch
idea for start this thing right
us to i *I Chop onions; place in a saucepan
at home. I} the neglected brake problem on many cries brought neighbors whokilled'tlme one-half teaspoon salt pepper
witr low
oil and cook
; cover over a
animal with axes. Shamba Nick Polprmo, of Niagara Falls. N.
thousands. of cars. ni'l one cup milk.: Heat oil and cook
flame until straw colored add water
I Automobile accidents'' from bad I bears deep scratches Inflicted by the Y., claimed the world's championship 'I ; onion in ti over low flre'iintil yellow.
Clewiston all their
Company paid :and boil uncovered for 30 minutes' or
in full hear. last brakes are ridiculous and unnecessary !: tiger. i I for feather plucking after he stripped | Stir in cornstarch and seasoning.
employees so we I until onions are tender. Rub trrougTin
Wednesday. Sounds like things are I' especially when the 'prevention or''I all of the feathers form a 9-pound I :' sievp. Melt one tablespoon of butl Cook two minutes, stirring constantly

them Is so easy. Let's stop them-I A man's coat-with collar of rare Plymouth Rock inI seconds. : Stir f In milk and stir over fire until
going to'come back: after all l.r. add flour, add In milk gradually!
I sea-otter and lining of Russian sable I r'l
voluntarily or otherwise sauce thickens. Boil three. minutes
i :and heat to the polling point, stirI -
-so costly that Its owner a wealthy / strain, and add.
Y Englishman, was afraid to wear the !! Although_ ho 1 holds no academic degrees _. -- --
iTAlIl\I DISPLAY garment on the street, is now offeredfor Walter Williams has been
The eastern tier of Southern States |
sale at $15,000. The 'coat enclosed ; made president of the University of \
which include Virginia. North Carolina ; (
in of steel wire, Is exhibition Missouri. Felda .News'
South Carolina, Georgia and j LATEST MODEL CARS a case on ;,' .1 ,
in tailor's in London ----- "
shop ,
a ,
Florida, present to the motorists who ;: Eng'j I ,
The population of, London England, ,
travel into warm climes at this season DURING FAIR WEEK :
Motor has decreased 94,000 in.the last 3l MAUD
of the year, a continuation of Ford Company employeeswho i 1, A. HEMFICD
_. .. I.,
ex-I In the
cellent highways. The bad 1cto deposited 520,000,000 com- years. I ----;- --

that accelerated. profanity in South i I TAMPA: Fla., Jan. 14.-While the any's investment fund during 1930 (: ., I Mrs. Homer Taylor broke both I itors her Sunday.

Carolina and Georgia, have been I new 1931 American Automobiles, rep- win' r. calve 10 per cent interest i First: Troop, Philadelphia! (Pa.) City I: tones In her aim while cranking her Mr. and Mrs. Miller from, "LBelle,

transformed into fine paved big'h-I I resenting models in each price range Cavalry the oldest military organization -! car last week. She Is slowly. improving accompanied by their son, daughter

ways. A popular trip this will be one of the leading exxhibits Alter the Rochester (X. Y.) Telephone In the United States, celebrated I at her home and grandchild:: attended church boreSunday.

:I Company advertised for 100 i tbo} Ift': anniversary; of its founding j i .
picked up at Fredericksburg, ,;Virginia at the South Florida Fair February ,

sixty miles South of Washington. I 13 to 14, visitors will undoubtedly cast men to deliver directories, 2,000_ men i recently. |I, Last Friday night Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and :Mrs. Loran Sheeley mo- ......
j I Hurd L. Reeve
eave: a candy pulling
By following route no. 17 down the I covetous eyes upon the Italian machines applied for the jobs. tcd: to LaBeUe this! week.
'high was enjoyed 1 by a large: num- I
Virginia Peninsula, across the James j that are .being sent here for I Because Eugo:>la Hubery lost her j Many tomatoes are being pickedand

River Bridge( the world's longest I display. :Fire which .destroyer! the rapitol: ot hair as the result of a permanent |I; pr of Fcldn: and Immolalce resident'*. I shipped from this section.Mr. .

highway bridge at Norfolk; the motorist -I Ono Italian machine to be shownIs the State: of North Dakota, also con I wave given her in a Boston beauty I Services at the Mount ZIon church : Haley Fortson who has been

passes through 'Wilmington, a $17,000 limousine while a second sumed practically all of the state's i parlor, a Jury awarded Miss Hubery I were held here Satuday night Sun- out of school on account of illness

Florence, Savannah, Jacksonville!: and will he the low priced popular ear official and historical records. $SOOO damages. ,) tiny and Sunday night by elder T. B. has returned to his studies.

Daytona to Miami and in the whole more common among the less wealthy Cotford of Largo, Fla. The boys in school are getting-

,distance travels but five miles of dirt classes, While Adolph Trudel was asleep in When Wheeling (W. Va.) city officials Mand Mrs. John O'Bciry and ready to plant a school ,garden. They

road. This is one of the most perfect I his homo at Meriden, Conn., $223 was set to work procuring jobs for Nrmnle McMullen of St. Petersburg, have the ground ready for planting- ,

stretches of highway on the Atlantic The Annual Fresh Water Bass stolen from a pocket of his trousers.I unemployed persona they found men relatives of Mr: F.: L. Taylor, were which will begin this week.

seaboard.. It is known as the Atlantic I Tournament held at Leesburg opened I Two days later Trudel found 5221 infolded who were well-satisfied with being visitor over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. _Rutledge from Ala-

Coastal Highway and runs from Calais on January 10th and will continue until bills on the door step of his jobless. The! 1 lazy ones were sentencedto James McDougal and Mr. Robert bnma are visiting their sister, Mrs.

Maine, to Key West. The motor- March 10th. I house. work ,with the city's chain gang. .Carson from Immokalee were vis- Stanley Grainger.

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-=- =:;: : : : = : c.:::= = =-=: =: =- .:: .:: .:: .:: =-: : =-=cc-- der sonville. N. C.Mr. ,', "
= : Miss
.. \ Cammilla Thomson of Im-

I mokalec was in LaD I1e Tuesday on
cCP : and :Mrs.: S. J. Tucker: and children 'LABELLE business.Mr. .

== ;;Z:; JCa? ;7C? == l land and Betty daughter and Jack, Vora., and Mrs.of Palm Free- NhWS !I Washington. and ,Mrs.D. C.Ezelle, are visiting and son Mrs of

Beach'were dinner guests 'of Mr. and E. M. Cornette. '
Mrs. L. A. Morgan Jr.. Phone 369 Mrs. P.: A. Poche Sunday. ....
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I ..... : LEGAL
-- - .d - - NOTICE
F. Williamson and Louis :Morgan: I
Dir and Mrs. R. A. Shaw were I Harvel and Louis Morgan Dainty refreshments J. O. Davidson, Dennis Small and Saturday ia ITt. Myers: :: on ''m:(.iness. i To the Tax
Payers and
in LaBelle business. Property
I ; .guests of Mrs. L. L. Shirley at PahoIteo j were served dining the I. spent Monday on Mrs R. R. Small motored to Jacksonville :: : Mrs. A. L. Taylor entertained the Owners of Hendry County

Sunday. evening. the past week-end to visit Mrs.! Queen Esther Bible class Thursday! i The Tax Assessor of Hendry County -

i -- I II Plans have been made for the general Small's laughter, Mrs. Pete Allison afternoon at her homo. 'rwcnt ..three ': will meet with you for the purpose
I of the Upper Glades Gar of receiving Tax Returns
meeting iiome on the dates
.Mr. and Mrs. Klutz ofl: 'ore Haven Miss Gladys Nowling of West Palm I bhe accompanied them back members were present. After a very and places designated
r den Club to meet at the Clewiston Inn below:
were in Clewiston Saturday visiting Beach was a guest of Miss Frances I for a few days visit.. interesting program, delicious refreshment I January 26. 1931, Clewiston, at
friends. Monroe for the week end. Monday, January 19. Prof. Labdale Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dyess, of Alva, of sandwiches coffee and Clewiston News.

from the Government Experimental spent the day with :Mr. and Mrs. J. angels food cake were served. January 27, Ft. Denaud, Post or-

Station will give a talk on crowing G. Martin Saturday. 1 L. A. Morgan Jr., spent :Monday fice.
; : J.' F. Tippey of West Palm Beach FOR SALE
January 28.
::. of flowers and vegetables. Mrs. Alfred Felda, Reeves Resi-
Mr. Sims Couch of Birmingliam in LaBelle on business
was in Clewiston Tuesday on bust- Slightly used Household Furniture.P. dence.

..t.-. ness. O. Box 512, Kay from Palm Beach will also Ala., arrived In LaBelle Friday for I Miss Edith Ilowaid and Ray Hull January 29, Sears, Hatch's Store.

Clewiston, Fla. give a short talk on gardening. All the season with Mrs. Couch and little visIted'Mr.. Thomas Howard at the January 30, East LaBelle, Assess

members are requested] to pay their daughter Hortense. Arcadia hospital Wednesday. or's Office.
Miss\ Josephine Knight and Charlie 1
dues before Monday if possible Jn Mr. Kirby Thomson, Miss Minnie : Mr. and 'Mrs. Jack Yates and I I January 31. West LaBelle, Assess-
Miner motored to Palm Beach Sunday A. A. Freeman from Lakeland arrived or's Office.
order to have a good report for this Lou Howard and Mrs. Lemuel HowI I gland-daughter, of Tasmania visited ,
to attend the theater. here Sunday and will make his I The Assessor's Office will be open
home at the Watanabee hotel. Mr. I meeting. ard motored to Ft. Myers Friday Mrs. W. P. Andrews Saturday. I e\ery day for receiving Returns and

Miss Frances Monroe and D. O. Freeman is the new passenger agent nighmt to sec "Doorway to Hell" at We regret to learn of the serious serving the public in every way pos

i Mrs Harry McDonald of Orlando the Arcade theatre. illness of Mrs. Phil Yoemans. : sible.HURD
Hatch motored to West Palm Beach
Line Railroad
; for the Coast 1,. REEVES,
+z?' r Saturday. I was a luncheon guest of Mrs. F.1.. Mr. and 11rs.Valter Surency and I Mrs. W. J. Myers left last week Tax Assessor.

Wright Monday.Mis. children of Naples visited Mrs. Mark :. for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. .
:\11'. and :Mrs. Thomas Waters from 2t-lG.23.

': ;; Dr. J. W. Ezelle and A. W.-Sias Venice arrived Sunday and will make] Poole Sunday and Monday. Floy, of California. ,
J. R. Alston, Mrs. C. W. Mc- Nathan Walker the Lee county I I The, freshmen of LaBelle high After G bottles of home brew that
made a business trip to Palm Beach their home at the. Watanabee hotel.
( Friday. Donald and Mrs. C. M. Allen motored Rawleigh dealer was a business visitor scfibol will entertain the Seniors Friday was evidence against Wm. KItok

Judge George Whitehurst from to Belle Glade Monday. in LaBelle Friday night. !I i evening by serving them a din- blew up in the police station at Evanston -

Funeral services for Mrs. Ella Hub ner Chinese style. Ill., Kitok
walked out of jail a
C. W. McDonald spent Tuesday anTI Ft. Myers spent Monday in Clewistonon I '
Miss Ula Jacobson and Mrs. II. C. bard were held at Denaud ceme"' y !I I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cox, Mr. and free man.
Wednesday in Ft. Myers on business. business. !
I .. Land spent Sunday in West Palm the past Wednesday afternoon Mrs. : Mrs. Sylvest and little son. Bobby,
Beach. ** Hubbard died in Jacksonville Monday of -Alva were Sunday afternoon
? Mr., and Mrs. ;Harry McDonald, of S. C.. Sturges of West Palm Beach, :(I There are 28,104,000 students, regis-
at the home of her daughter! 1 guests of Mr. and 1\ rs. R. N. Miller. tered in the public, private and
Orland, returned Sunday from Miami one of the government engineers parochial
ar'l 1\Ir. and Mrs. C. R. Connell and Mr.] I Mrs. Edward Koester. Mrs. Hubbard Mrs. Elmer Dulaney and little son, schools of the United
and were guests at the Clewiston Inn rived Sunday and will be at home States.
and Mrs. Frank Richman motored to i is survived by two sons .and throe Billie, M -. and Mrs. Dykes of Wa&hinerton. .
several days before returning to their Watanabee hotel.
I to Palm Beach Sunday to attend' the I daughters. Ed F. Hubbard of Walnut D. C., arrived in LaBelle Friday

y home. ;-- I!theatre.H. Hill, Ill.; D. A. Hubbard of South for another winter.
T Mi. and Mrs. Deli have:\ moved to I V
Smith, Ark.; Mrs. Edward Koesterof :Mr. and Mrs. A. J/. Taylor and 666
Keathley Bowden of :Moore Haven Fiostproof to make their home.J. .
.;; A. Bestor and R. M. Hare madea Jacksonville;; 1ll's.Vmiam Hardyof I daughter, 'Lorraine, will motor to .
motored to Clewiston Tuesday.Mrs. I
.; and
I business trip to Canal Point Tues Denver, Colo.; and Mrs. Charles Starke Saturday evening to visit Mr. Headaches
F. Tippey, Earl Simpson, A. "B. I
day. Dillen of Sefer, Ill. Mrs. Hubbard wasa Taylors mother and Mrs. Taylor '".ill is a doctor's prescription for
H C. Land returned Sunday Cherry and W. W. Preston attended I '
former resident of LaBelle. The I go on to Jacksonville Sunday to spend It Is the
ti from Miami where she has been visiting court at LaBelle Monday most speedy remedy known.
J. N White, O. L. Jeffries and Rev. Sam I. Smith of Jacksonville the day with Miss Corrine Jones,
her husband for several days. 666 also
in Tablets
Bob Hancock spent Wednesday in conducted the services.Mr. formerly of LaBelle. ,
.. Earl White and Beter Nall motored II
I LaBelle on business. and Mrs. Ed Cochran are the I
George Miller of West Palm Beach to South Bay Sunday.

was In Clewiston Tuesday on busi- 'I happy parents of a baby girl born The BEST Gray HairRemedy I
Mr. and Mrs H. W. Culbertson last week. ,
; ness. N. C. Storey made a business rip II ,
'turned Tuesday to their home in l'e-I Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Lucky an- is HomeMade '
to Tampa the past Thursday II I
,I I lumbus.. Ohio, after spending several nounce the birth of a son, born Jan-
'.R. D. Moore motored to West Palm To half pint of water add
1 weeks with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Jef uary 10th.
theatre.: D. G. Alston and Louis Morgan. bay small I
,Beach Sunday to attend the taken to one ounce rum,a
Mr. Thomas Howard was WE
spent Saturday in Miami.Mr. fries box of Barbo Compoundand APW R
I the Arcadia Hospital for an operationlast one-fourth ounce of
Sam Woodham of Pahokee spent will be for druggistcan I
glycerine. Any
Sundey where
Mrs. O. L. Jeffries, :Mrs H. W. Cul-
.. Sunday in Clewiston with his sister and Mrs. Harry McDonald of put this up or you can
; bertson and :Mrs. E. J. Kerr motored several days. W
,mix it at home at
Mrs Bessie Culbreth. ; Orlando were in Clewiston Thursdayvisiting and very
relatives.J. to Canal Point on Thursday of the Cot H. A. Rider spent Friday little cost. Apply to the
week. hair twice a week until
5. ,J. B. Parker of Ft. Myers spent past Those attending were Mesdames the desired shade is ob A PA

Tuesday in Clewiston on business.Mrs. K. Baker made a business trip tained. It will gradually darken
Leydig, Fred Maxwell, Fred Molts, faded hair and make it soft
: The local division of the civil engineers ctreaked.: or gray
Palm Beach
to d: M. Allen, J. E. Wynn, J. G All and 1tI06 '. Barbo will not color the scalp
: entertained
., -, Eugene F. Powers and Mrs. R. at a delightful I is not etidcy or greasy and does not rub off.
lance at the homo of Mr. and hands A. E. Belden. E. L. Stewart,
: i\Irs.1
,A Shaw made a shopping trip to Palm S. J. Simmons spent the week ,
Wm. McLure Saturday night. The W. T Bailey, R. Y. Patterson, F. U
Beach end in Arcadia.Claude p
' Saturday.Mrs.
5'_ I music 'was furnished by the Shawano Williamson, and C. \Y. McDonald. aI

J. E. Beardsley was ]hostess I Downs and Mrs. Ida Spieck-, orchestra. Refreshments of sandwich tables of bridge anal one ot \ !
'. :to the members of the Social Club'at I ler .motored to Miami Sunday. Mrs. es and coffee weie served during.. le N Markrtt: were in play at a party Satisfy him with

i afternoon i will visit relatives and evening. \\I
her home Wednesday Spreckler the "Woman's Club at the
; Mesdames D. I there for several weeks be- Those attending we.ro :1\'. and Mrs given by I! 9
Those present 'were G.I j lends
Inn Friday I1
f,. Alston, J. R. Alston.,Y. C. Hooker, fore returning to her home in Hen- Fred Flanders, Mr. and Mrs. COl'mel'l Those Clewiston attending were Mrs. R. Y. Patterson ., \\1 1III Pure Guernsey Milk
I ly Nail, Mr. and Mrs. Chester C
-, 1 Mrs R. A. Shaw, Mrs. H. A
Klutts, Mr. and Mrs. Win McLure,
r.,. ., Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich Mr. 'Be tor, !Mrs. ,Eugene F. Powers, :Mrs. S from theCLEWISTON p: '
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: Mrs. George B. Weston, Jr., :Mr.!\ and J. R. Alston Mrs. W. S. Harvel: Mrs. ,
: OC"O"'p ii'M'"Ii I Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs
Louis Morgan,
K E R Y Dh s. W. .C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs Claude Downs. Mrs. J. K. Mowery, '

Stanley B; Cruse, Miss Pat Comer,
Mrs. A. E. Belden, Mrs. W. C.
I Miss Cormelly, Miss Margaret Jenkins : .
F. M Wright Mrs. C. W.. :
Owen, :Mrs. ,
: ; Patronize home industries. Miss Virginia Yarborough,
your Nancy Guggenhem Miss May Riddle, Worth,( Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Mrs.George ,Il) ,

Mrs. F. W. DeLozier, !
; Burt,
Miss Lois Vaughn, Miss Lorene Holiday -

S Miss Bram :Miss!\ Lola Wise, Miss Frances Monroe, 1Irs.V.. P.
Miss .Sara Green, Miss Jamie Williams I Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. J. E. Wynn, Mrs.T. DAIRY! COMPANY
Mrs. Fred Maxwell,
V. Watson,
pit Miss! Josepihno Knight. Miss
;4 .w r;; Sara McLure Miss LaVarne Parker, Mrs. P. A. Poche, Mrs. T. E. Gonter !t Sugarland Highway Phone 333
., Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alston, Cecil Yo- I I man, Miss Jamie Williams. Miss
s I Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. Mrs.
M.I Green,
Uor, Ernest P. Burley, Edward
I I Mrs. J. G. Allhands,
A.I i Roy Dunaway.
Crawford, William Blakely, J.
I W. C. Hooker, Mrs. F. L. Williamson ,
Plnnkett, Louis Revrie, Alex Saint I l1\1rs. = l." ; "' <' ::<' '<"L"' f'7"I.'R: "' !::) ';:j .:i >;;,; 2'i"

Amand, E. W. Wernes, A. W. Sias:, I, Mrs. Oscar Gelpi. Mrs. A. G.

W. J
Ford, Eugene l U.: Blair, Cop Ellis, Harry Mrs. Adams, Mrs. E. L. Stewart: and

( McFeebers, Mr. Rush, Burnelle Ii Miss Matteson. High scores was
to Burt second
Davies, Tubby Swlndel, T. W. Jones, awarded Mrs. George

wrE ,Jr., Murry Swindcl, James A Rumb- 1 high to Mrs. Claude Downs, and Mrs.

f '. Ihiyc31eding' ley III, Oscar O'Rear and Wm. Mc I J. E. Wynn received the cut prize.

I I Refreshments of tea and cake were
Lure Jr.Miss .

so., served. TilE SEASONS GREETlt SGS : "

Harriet Dowd of West Palm .
f. LOST: Rain cao.: Finder 'please return .
Beach, hell director o[ the Girl
: same to ClewfsTon News. Re-
:\ "..ill' of
Scouts speak at the meeting '

; is a margin, of super t the P. T. A. which will be, held .Friday ward.
,., ; TIIERE
I in a Goodyear THE January 16, at the school house

., ,_;,' ... I leading tire-over.a leading tire. I'I if tl:*'ee o'cloc':. The community com- May you, enjoy this Christmas, and May the
mittee of Girl Scouts entertained at

--just as there is a >margin of. a; luncheon at the Clewiston Inn for ,Ma ati.9ife New Year bring'Happiness to .You" and yours:

a superiority in a leading tire over rS Miss Dowd Friday. All mothers with .
fr little-used makes. 1 girls of scout age are urged to at- ( A + elf

1r tend this meeting as it is for the pur- -

j -'You pay no more but you get pose of getting more girls interestedin Li'J .> .. .

more, buying THE leading tire: bcout work. ; '. ,
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,The danco given by the American 1"HATSVHY IT PAYS \. ',". : .
J8i ij Legion Monday night was held at eT ITOHAVE YOUR
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,t& @ the tending Clewiston were Miss Inn Among Jamie Williams those at-, LAUNDERING DONE AT- .,ti- OUR: SUNDAYiMNNERS -

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Miss Gladys Nowling, Miss Frances THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY .'
rl Lower in Price to YoU ,,- Monroe, Miss Boncile Stone, Mr. and

1 f g, I yet Still Finer in Quality Mrs. George Burt, Mr, and Mrs. 11 .
A Shaw, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Pow CO. '

r tri' p ers, Mr. and! Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. CLEWISTON'S, POPULAR HOTEL ,

and Mrs. Eugene Kerr, Mr, and Mrs.
service is planned to
Ro ss Pace, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilson, Our laundry .
: Mrs Julian McDuffie, Mrs. Cleo A. eliminate years: of worry from the '. '."

Houze, Dr. J.V.. Ezelle. A. W. 'SIas, lives of the housewives of Clewiston.

J Herbert Blato, J. E. Baker, RedGant Our service has proved Its worth. THE WATANABE HOTEL
I laundry .
You can depend upon our
Dr. J. W. Buck. Victor Blate,

THE CLEWISTON : Horace house and A. L. Hackett. work. Our prices are reasonable. -

{ ? MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS. Marlagr; .
The Ladies Aid Society of tho
Community church ,entertained witha .
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-; covered dish luncheon at the inc. -, :

j' .. .MOTOR CO .. : church 'rI"rscTay." The devotional was EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST. .

led by Mrs J, E._ Wynn and Mrs K. "

/: ,. Y. Patterson gave a reading, India CLEW/STON ft 1 FLQRJDA \

looks to her Future. Dr. W. T. Bal- -

i 5oA'"J ",r __ Icy gave a short talk on India. 4/our snow w itQ laundry iIoI'.Y.."' :'M<<'" ..-..A"S ,n;::. ,Y(;



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