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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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.i\' VOLUME\ 5-NO. 9 CLE VJSTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20, '1931 PRICE 5 CENTS

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. .. -: FINALS IN BIRTHDAY TOURNAMENT B.; G. Dahlberg ENDRY COUNTY GRAND JURY HOLDS{


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Will BE PLAYED ON, -SUNDAY MORNING i ONE HOUR SESSION .FOR STATE RECORD

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Consolation Flight Will THE WEATHER, I LAKE LEVEL No Criminal Cases Are

Start Shortly After Brought Before
Date Max. '' Min. Rainfall 6 A. M. 6 P. M. Body;

'r ". Main Go. : Fe b. 9 ................ 77 57 Feb. 4 ;L.....:............... 6.S- 17.8 Only One Witness.

i Feb. 10 .............. 78 58 .' .01 L ; :als Feb 5 ......................... 16.8 16.8

.The finals In the Birthday Golf Feb. 11 .............. G7 50 Feb. 6 ....................... .. 17.0 17.0 The 1931 spring term ,of the Circuit

Tournament will be played on the local Feb. 12 ........._ ... 69 54 Feb. 7 .......................-... 16.6' 16.6 Court opened at LaBelle Mondaywith

I, golf course Sunday beginning at Feb. 13 ............. 71 56 Feb. 8 .......................... 16.6 10.8 Judge George W. Whitehurst pr sld-

I 9:00 A. M. with the Consolation flight Fob. 14 .............. 78 51 jf1r4 !i"eb i !D .......................... 16.8 16.8 ing.

players starting at !0.30 A. M. The Feb. 15 ." .... ... SO 57 Feb. '10 ...... .... ............ 16.6 16.6 Efforts had been made to have

afternoon matches will start at 2:00 this term of the court postponed duo

(. P. M. and 2.30 ,P. M. ONLY SIX TONS OF LABELLE-FORT to the financial condition of the county -

j In the finals of the first flight Tom : however, Judge Whitehurst stated

Shelley will meet Mrs. F. Deane Duff that as the state paid for the grand

[,: while Earl White will meet either FERTILIZER USED IN MYERS ROAD TO jury he thought best to have court

!, Pete Wilson or L. A. Morgan for the as usual.

Consolation flight. COUNTY IN JANUARY A BE COMPLETED Those drawn as Jurors for the grand

Major Wilson, local pro, will ref- Jury were as follows, R. E. Burchard,
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eiee. the main ,match while Hackett F. Watts Hall. J, K. Mowery. Sam

will handle the Consolation match. Thousands Of Crates Of I Chairman Bently A s- I:. Sauook, M. J. Messer, T. B. Bullard,

Major Wilson stated that these rwV&t t t Dan Allen, L. W. Howard, M. J. Bush,

matches would be played using the Vegetables Shipped. sures CompletionOf S. N. Granger, James Dana, E. B.

stymie play, that is all balls within During Month. YYa Road. Fortson, Tillet Crawford, J Olin Davidson -

six inches of each other are not W. R. Brown, J. W., Ezelle,
Robt. w.- : chairman of the
i N=:. played as stymies but all balls outside I. Bently A. B. Cherry and E\ F. Renolds.F. .
information out State Road told members
According to sent Department
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of this distance must be played Watts Hall was elected foreman
,Agriculture of the and Lee delegation -
from the Department of Hendry county
without ball the
moving the nearest and R. E. Burchard clerk. Judge
le'r
i at Tallahassee, Hemlry county farm- f. a ti ti ? that the full amount for grading Whltehurst
charged
the Jury as to
! cup.Golf J i ers used only six tons of fertilizer the link of highway from LaBelle I
etiquette their
will be observed on duty and stated that he thought
i during the month of January, 1931. to the Lee county line would be included -
I the course Sunday Major: Wilson explained that the county had been cleaned up
To the average person this seems in the budget. That they would
that those observing the as to crime and bootle/gers. He requested -
of fertilizer to rsa also for the of this
"KEEP like a small amount provide surfacing
I match should : QUITE" during that the jury investigate all
I all be lued in an entire county but it 1 .':f 4 ff ,;.D i''b ';::;;..u.& '* 1 road. The 'work will be completed
shots that are being played. They matters of importance brought before
speaks well of the soil for this sec this 'elr'statec the chairman.The .
must stay at least twenty-five yards them and that the
states attorney
B. G. and his Associates in Clewiston this week
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Dablberg are working on link not Included in
behind the players but"will be allowed tion. J of road would assist them In their investiga-
to stand around the greens At. this season of the year beans the reorganization program of the Southern Sugar Company. Mr. Dahlbern the budget is twelve miles long and tions.

and peas are being planted in large organized and' developed the Southern Sugar Company. His faith In Florida extends from LaBelle to the Lee
and watch J
the players. They are not j The jury retired and in less than
I ant tne Everglades is one of the main reasons why he 1 ISj spending so much the
to help the players look for their lost acreage. If the same amount of vegetables county line. The balance of high- one hour reported to the court that
were grown in any other county time In reorganizing his Company which was placed In the hands of Receivers way from Clewiston to LaBelle Is un-
halls in should
gold the
rough nor J they had completed their work and
in the state fifty tons or more ,of last year after the depression and 'financial reverse of the country.He der construction and w'nl be com
they offer any suggestions to the play- < were ready to report their findingsto
from fertilizer would be necessary to pro- has spent millions In the Everglades and the fact that sugar can be pleted by the middle of the summer.
ers during the match. Ingoing the court. This was a great sur-
one green to another it is the rulesof duce the same amount of vegetables produced on a commercial and paying basis has been proven through the The grade from LaBelle to the Lee prise to the court and as the. jury

golf not to, walk across the greens. that have been produced with only i operations of the mill and plantations this year. The entire state, is wishing county line is under construction and filed into the\ court room Judge

, Rules to be observed by the play- : six tons of fertilizer.'I him well in his efforts and are ,willing to lend a hand to keep this great ,industry the state convicts are doing the Whitehurst: received their report

" ers will be explained to them by Ma Hundreds of cars of vegetableswere !going until the country can' adjust itself from the present depression. work. \ thanking each member' of the jury! for
shipped from this section dur- The Hemlry county delegation was
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jor Wilson Sunday before the play their prompt action and efficient
ing January and early February. the Lee, delegationin
starts. joined by county work.

The following matches were played Farmers in this section save consider- BENDRY COUNTY IS SCHOOL BOARD IS appearing before the board in ses- The following report was presentedto

Sunday and during the first part ot able on their planting due to the fact sion at Ocala. Roy D. Stubbs was the court and appeared on the As-

this week: In the first flight Shelley I that the soil in this county is -so rich FREE FROM l CRIMESDUE SEEKING FUNDS TO spokesman for the. delegation. Judge sociated Press wires Tuesday morning -

defeated Captain Duff 4-3, Bowden defeated :I that it does not need fertilizer to George W. Whitehurst was also a :

Hackett 5.4" Mrs. Duff defeated -:I make the crops grow and produce. member of the Lee county delegation. ; "To the Honorable George W.,
S '_' : Most of the fertilizer used In the TO SHERIFF CONTINUE 'SCHOOLS
Jeffries 2 while defeated .r
\ up Shelley Whitehurst,
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ONE HUNDRED
ri. :t :;-J'h In th'e Consolation flight Saxon defeated citrus is grown, Polk ounty' leading ; dry County, '

S Houze 3 up, Wilson defeated I with Dade, Broward, Manatee, Jury Recommends Han Unless Money Is Raised "We the grand jury empanelled for

Bibs 65., Plunkett defeated Dick Seminole and Hillsborough followingin cock To Governor ForHis I May' Be Necessary To THOUSAND TONS the spring term, 1931, wish to. report

White 3.2, Wilson defeated Deam 6.5 order. that no criminal matters have been

while Sturges defeated Saxon by the, Work. Close Schools. '1 OF CANE GROUND I brought to our attention by the. sher

same score. iff's office ,or the prosecuting attorney -

Earl White goes Into the finals FIFTEEN MILLION Hendry county i is free from crime, Members. of he Hendry County and that only one witness. ap-

without: playing a single match in the according. to the report of the grand School Board- are seeking funds to One hundred and: ten thousand.:J pe reUstof 'il egbrnd..J1ry..We '

Consolation flight by having four POUNDS OF SUGAR Jury to' Circuit Judge George W. meet past due and current expenses eight hundred and six and-"SCYenty- ----" have examined "t o p"

., matches forfeited to him. Whitehurst.This it was learned yesterday. Accordingto four hundrd tons of cane have been House and jail and find they- are be-

A good crowd, Is expected to be on IS MANUFACTUREDFortysix Is the first time in the historyof information received from the Superintendent ground, since the opening of the mill ing kept In a satisfactory condition.
of Public Instruction.E. at Clewiston. This figure shows the
hand Sunday to witness the first Hendry' county cirucuit court that "We wish to compliment the present -

flight players. Mrs. Duff and Tom several criminal cases have'not been L. Stallings, the school board ''is efficiency of the mill and its opera- sheriff for having cleaned up the

ShPlley. This should be a good game tried. This condition is unusual and usable to pay the back salaries due tions as it represents the total num- from criminal
county a standpoint
ton
: thousand four and Whltehurst the teachers nor have they sufficient ber of tons of cane ground since the
and if both of the players are in Judge (, commented on the and for the excellent condition of the
bags had
of'sugar been made
good form: they will give each other through fact in LaBelle MondayThe lack of funds on hand at the present time to opening ''on January 3rd. Of course. county as to law and order at the
17th the local
February at of
S a good battle for the honors.On factory crime l in Hendry county is due to the meet the current payroll. the mill was slow In starting due to present time."Respectfully.

March the first another match the Southern Sugar Company. This fact that R. ''H. Hancock. sheriff, Is According to the report from the the fact that the cane was slow in submitted

5 'Is to.t. ,>e started by Major Wilson. represents each bag 15,083,250 contains pounds 325 pounds of sugaras of enforcing the laws of the state and Superintendent's office thore is' now coming into the mill at the beginning flF._WATTS HALL, Foreman, ,

The course is in fine shape and the in such! : a manner that those commit due the teachers of Hendry county of the grinding season. "R. E. BURCHARD Clerk."

.- greens are being Improved every day. ,sugar. These figures do, not represent ting crime know that he will see that schools 5180.00, unpaid bills $979.87 DurTng the past two weeks the average Judge Whitehurst' stated that this
the entire profit from the mill
they receive just punishmenf.Sherftf ; and for transportation $365., daily grinding has showed a
considerable was the shortest session of any grand, .
as molasses is made and
; This condition about decided increase. This is due to the
Is
Hancock, was appointed brought
approximately gallons have jury ever held in his circuit and probably -: .
CATHOLIC CHURCH : 746,000 sheriff of Hendry county last July by from the fact that several of the larg- efficient handling of the cane in tae>> for the
held the record entire
been made since mill
: the began ope- Governor Carlton to fill the vacancy I est tax payers of Hendry county have fields and getting it to the mill. state. He also : congratulated the

WILL BE COMPLETED four rating.cents Molasses per gallon.Is now, 746,000 selling gallons at caused by the removal' of the former i not paid their 1930 taxes. Until this The daily capacity of the mill H sheriff for c1e'aning'up the county

I sheriff D. L. McLaughlin.When year every large tax payer in the 4000 tens this means that during a conditionof
and stated that the present ,
I. represent approximately $30,840.00. it was learned that Sheriff county has taken advantage of the twenty-four hour shift the mill will
law and order
far
the
DURING NEXT MONTH Molasses Is low county as as
selling at
a mar-
! very McLaughlin was going to be removedby usual large discount given earlier in grind 4000 tons of cane. Three days was concerned was the best he had r
j gin at the time
I. t, ; ..... ket is expected present to advance and during the mar-the the Governor, efforts were madeto the year. Why these tax payers have during the past week the mill has known since the county was created. ;'
have Mr. Hancock appointed. failed to meet their obligations can- ground over 3700 tons of cane.
\> Court adjourned at three o'clock,
: next
I Will Be F rime Building Bagasse thirty days.from 'which Celotex is Strong opposition was found, but due not be explained. Taxeso were re- During the past fout weeks the bad the only case being tried before a

: With Stucco Finish; made is also produced at the local to his past record as sheriff of High- duced in Hendry county last year and weather in thfs area has been a great jury was the case of Sesser Lumber
I lands county and his strong character the budget was also reduced. handicap to the operations of the 'Several
against E. L. Rodgers.
I mill. This Conjpany ,
is being used as fuel at '.
[ Spanish Design. Governor Carlton appointed Mr. Unless some of these large tax pay. sugar company. Continued rain. and default judgements were given '
the present time but be sold
to
i: ----. can Hancock sheriff.He cold has halted the cutting of the cane
: I II the Celotex Company in the future. ers pay their taxes during the next by the jury at the direction of the
I L The Catholic Church which is being I :was instructed to clean up the thirty days the problem of keepingthe to some extent. However, from March court.
I' By using bagasse as fuel the local
erected under the direction of Father .' county and to that end he has devoted schools open will face the coun. 1st to June 1st the weather will be
mill is operated at a low cost. .
Francis J.: Finnegan is being ruohed very his time asd attention.It ty board. The teachers cannot be expected ideal and with the mill in full ope
Fuel is used when the mill Is shut
to completion. The name of the can be said'' that at the time to continue teaching without ration considerable more tonnage will DIVIDEND OF FOUR
down for cleaning or break
a occurs.
i church will be St.'' Margaret's ChurchIn Sheriff Hancock was appointed by receiving their money. This condi- be ground each month than was dur
During operations there is sufficient :
,memory of the deceased motherof the Governor, crime reigned in Hen- tion is ,not a local) affair but practical. ing the first month of the grinding PERCENT DECLARED
bagasse to keep the furnaces goingat
cone who is financially Interested full steam. dry county. The courts were full of ly every small county in the stateis season.

in the erection of the building but murder cases, liquor being manufac in the same condition. There has been a total of 46,410

.J who does not want her name known The above figures represent a con- tured and sold all over the county. Efforts will be_made during the bags of sugar made during this :peri BY ASSOCIATION .
siderable sum of and show
for the presp. t. money, 'Sheriff Hancock took charge of the next week to obtain sufficient fundsto od which Is valued at $10.00, or about.
that the Everglades of Florida
The architect is Mr. Gerald A. Harry are sheriff's office and in a very short carry the school board over until per bag F. O. B. Clewiston. This represents
producing one of the greatest assets
180 North 'Michigan Avenue, Chicago time had the county bootleggers and tax money begins to come in from a value in dollars and cents Duff Is Elected To Head
the state has foday. The Industry .

sugar
Ill, who gave the church the shine makers on the run. He Is nota the sale of tax certificates in June. of $434,100.00; for the time the mill

plans without cost. He is a nephew is a proven success. Mr.. Dahlbergand man who will double cross anyone, It is believed that majority of the liar!' been in operation. Almost a half Association For One
his associates deserve
.. to the Rev. Patrick Barry. L. L. for this the credit he works in the open and when he large tax payers In Hendry county million dollars have been made from More Year.A .
developing and
Bishop of the St. Augustine, Fla., in future years the great Nation's industry Sugar (Please turn to page 2)) ((Please turn to page 2)) II II the sale of sugar since January 3rd.

church and also a nephew to Rev.
Bowl will be located in the Everglades meeting of the Clewiston Build-
Wm. Barry. St. Patricks church, Miami Report of Activities NEW JERSEY CLUB OF PALM held ',
of Florida. I ing and Loan stockholders was :
Beach, Florida. BEACH VISITS CLEWISTONThe
g' at the office of, the Clewiston Company
The contractor is Mr. Powers of'the CLEWISTON MILL
night.. A financial report -
New Jersey Club, twenty Monday
'} Powers Construction FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADES
Company, West ENJOY VALENTINE Date Cane Ground Total Sugar Made To Bags strong, invaded the Sugar Bowl i of ,the Association was presented
Palm Beach, he is- also donating his ,PARTY
.Today To Date Made Date 1 Shipped Wednesday morning visiting the sug- to those present by the President,
services. Mr. Gene Powers his nephew b
: Bags Bags ar mill and the cane fields. Captain. F. Deane Duff.
is foreman and Mr. Tippey chief The children of the fourth and fifth Previous 92,455.89 3R,630 The party drove over in four cars The report covered the period from

carpenter.. grades enjoyed a valentine party In Feb. '12 2381.20 94.837.09' 1125 39.755 175 and had lunch at the Clewiston Inn. January: 1 to December 31, 1930 and

The building is to be of Spanish their room at school Friday after- Feb. 13 1167.50 96.004.59 630 40,28 non According to information given to according to those present showed

Sesign( 60 feet long and 28 feet wide : noon. The opening of the valentinebox I New Club expects -, that the association in a sound.
and win have : Feb 14 735.60 99,740.09 1450 41,735 1750 i the News the Jersey was .
: a belfry with three
bells. The building will b? a frame and exchange of valentines featured Feb. 15 3117.00 104457.09; 1600 43,335 1750 to 'report to the other clubs in financial coc1nU on.
the entertainment for the even Palm Beach the activities, Assets of the association were
b'ullding) with stucco construction Feb. 16 3636.86 108,093.94 1825 4'5:160.: 2000/: :regarding:
ing.
Refreshments were served by of the mill. Several large delegations Cash 1209.03, Mortgages receivable
sugar
Feb. 17. 2712.80 110,806.74 1785 6,410 1250
with
a concrete foundation. The seat- their teachers PettewaY
Miss Ola
and Accounts receivable $149,
are expected to visit the sugar S3S5D".OQ. .
'S (1"Please turn to. page.. 2) Miss Jamye Williams. Weight I per bag of sugar, 325 pounds. bowl during 'the nexf two' weeks (Please turn to page 2)

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PFl c TWO CLEJVI DiY /VLii/5, lL iVJi'j: ON, FLORIDA
FRIDAY FEBRUARY :20! 193T
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS to make it plain that this implies not WORLD-WIDE SIFTINGS astonished at the rhythmic accuracy ceived.! Last year the board met the
the slightest lack of confidence in the I i '
I with which 3 year-old Edna TearJe II Santo condition and borrowed $5,500
or with lawyers representreceivers _
Published every Friday at Corbett rendered difficult. numhcrs on Time Warrants issued by the
parties to the litigation. In fact I I
ing .
Clcwlston, Florida. v.hen she appeared in her first piano school board.] This money was paid
lie has l specifically expressed the opinion Angered because his wife duoetl Innocence." The women ,range in age ist.tal recently. I
% back In July lO.o.;
MORGAN Publisher that they have ufeen doing their to leave her bed at 3 a. m. to listen from 2S to10 years. CJ
LOUIS ....
----- I At the beginning; of this school
best-with a difficult task and has repeatedly to a radio program. J. D. Ryot), 3S, r--l.
With it record of only 11 sunless
the board
did
year not outstanding
owe -
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- shown that he relies on shot and killed himself at his Tow- :Mexico City (Mexico) charity or- any
days during the last 19 yea 's, Hunnt-I; obligations.: They have always -
(Istnn, Florida, as second class matter. them. As it happens two of the attorneys anda, Pa., home. ganizations have established 7. restaurants -
i son' Colo.; claims the title of'the met their hills promptly. In
Mack] Christie, formerly of at which needy persons can "
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I I "Sunshine City of the \/0tLl. several other counties of the state
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Fort Myers who is counsel for the At a wedding breakfast] at Alcobaca. obtain 5-cent meals.

One Year ..............,......................... 52.50 I I 70 became the money borrowed last year liar
:ecelvers, and Jim C. Clements of a Portugal, guests very -
Six Months .................................... 1.50 ill after drank wine which the Without previous poiitic-i exp-*-'- not' been paid back therefore they
.eadiiig local law firm, representingthe they The wofid's richest emeral mines,
Three Months ................................ .75 creditors well police believe had been poisoned bya cote, Kdw. J. Barrett, ;I'.O-ye.ir-oH: cannot obtain additional loans.It ; ,
petitioning are so located In the Ural- Mountains of
I Wiiifiar veteran, of Chicago, ill., is reasonably expected that approximately -
.intl favorably known here that the castoff sweetheart of the bride- Russia, are being worked: by an
ADVERTISING RATES spent just $100(} to get elecfau to the $12.000 will be received
eneral" public will share Ju gtVl1itehurst's : groom. American I
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount Mining Company. Illinois Slate treasurership iiMch! ; from taxes this year for the school
\ appreciation of their
for plates. No special position office li-i will be required t:* hambe board. If this amount could bo collected -
keen legal ability and unquestioned During 1930, more than $50,000 was When the chicken bone which
guaranteed. All advertising copy I approximately $100,000,000 a year at at once the schools would hav
I personal integrity.But expended for candies and cookies by ]lodged in ,her throat penetrated a
Wednesday an annual salary of $10,000. sufficient to continue
must be in this office on money opera-
it seems' there was a gap be- inmates of San Quentin (Calif.) pris blood vessel, 71-year-old Catherine I tions.
issue of paper.
,before tween the l legal lights and operating OIL )McGrath of Portland, Ore., bled to
The 5 vagrants who were he.ld In Efforts have been made to borrow
executives which the court felt should death. i
; the Luzerne county (Pa ) jail for 187 j money from the local banks but they
They crowned a beautiful young be filled and the appointment of While she watched a ,rainstorm
recent days as witnesses in a Criminal courtcase are unable to financo the schools duo
woman queen of citrus at the Judge Stubbs resulted. No happier through a window at Baldwin, Kans., An apple which measured 16 1-2 I j
but AlCapone have been paid at the rate of J to tho fact that the local hank: in
Winter Haven orange festival ihoicc l could be made. His learing in 19-year-old!> Helen Beauchamp lost the Inches In circumference and weighed '
,
$5 per day or $935 each. I Clewiston is unable to finance un'css!
continues king of the pine- the law Is of a high order and his ight of both eyes, the result of opti, :7 ounces, was exhibited at Wenatcher Glades county schools can pay their .

apples.-Howey Tribune. community standing is equally emi- cal paralysis. caused by a flash ot Washington
recently.
: The first loan to be made by the past due indebtedness it was learned.
nent. He not only enjoys an intimate lightning. I
is being U. S. Agricultural Department under The School Warrants that are is-
Only enough grapefruit personol friendship with Judge After 1C inches of rain in 24ours
fell
the new $45,600,000 drought relief sued by the school board bear 3 percent
raised each year to give every person Whitehurst but -Is on the best of terms A bullet which lodged in the herd. I
at Brisbane, Australia. commuters -
then law. has been granted to J. D. Wilson: interest and are a lien againstthe
seven. Seven come eleven, and with Messrs. Christie and Clements, of Arturo Bente, of Havana, Cuba
had to swim from their suburban ; I
Trib Shenandoah county (Va.) farmer.In taxes belonging to the school

watch the price jump.-Howey The arrangement. we believe, will when he was shot by a political en homes to the ,railway station where'hsy --- ,I board. These warrants: are ,as safe

une. make for efficient harmony and will my in 1916, was dislodged and tel! :
changed their apparel from, bath- the Conway (N. II.) house:: in | an investment as one can get janil
be influential in the unavoidable ;/iom Ecnle's mouth during a recentfit
expeaiting '
'
'n suits'
to business clothes before
: issue'made
which she was born and in which every by the school

These mid-winter bathing girls do !legal red tape connectedwith of sneezing. they went to work.In : she has lived ever: since,. Miss Sarah hoard has been met promptly. Unless] !
show more of the girl than they any receivership. Judge While- -.. I I
Hill recently celebrated her 87th some arrangements can be made with
the bathing.-Howey: Tribune. hurst is congratulated on his wise When, elderly Louis i an hurled,
I the United States there are 21cllIe's birthday. some banking house or Individual to
and appropriate action. And. as ad:, with unerringaim.. a jar of prune* '
and towns which are known by handle these warrants it may be thatthe .
PARALLEL ROADS rectly interested neighbor of the at the two bandits who hell) ]him up "
the name of Portland. Before a hungry: ma ncan get one schools will have to be closed. .r-
Clewiston enterprise, this community at New Britain, Conn., the holdup men
of lie meals which
are given free to
The Florida Advocate, published at I is to be congratulated on the circumstance quickly lied from the scere.
head- More than 2 ,OOOOOO radio receiving th 2 unemployed Memphis (Tenn.)
Wauchula, carried the following that the matter is in the handsof HENDRY COUNTY IS
sets arc in use in the world today. firemen, ho must ;wash his hands,
line in their issue of February 13th: the gentlemen named. Knowledge Believing that dancing does not neck and face. FREE FROM CRIME

"Bowling Green Road on Prefcntial] which everybody has of them is assurance harmonize with the religious atmosphere '

List." Reference to this road is givenby that no proper endeavor will be that should prevail at' the Bethlehem r
because of Tho oldest living member of the According to Japan} police records, (Continued from page 1))
the Wauchula paper Pa. Moravian and I r
neglected to save for this territory an ( ) College
150 i Japanese committed ,suicide during -
Masonic In' tho
fraternity
United
the fact that it will complete the ex- Industry which holds such great Thcolo2ical Seminary friends of the I j I!
States is bellevod! to bp L. M. Logee, January, 1931.!)
tension of the new highway from Bar- nromise.-Fort Myers Press. Institution threaten to withdraw financial -I was appointed he declared war on
who has just celebrated his 105th
tow to Wauchula.People support unless the school I hocllecr
ers. They soon found ,that
Rangers spent 97 days and the U.
of birthday anniversary at Charlton, ,
living in the Everglades TIME TO STEP OUT dances are banned." : I he meant business so they either left
Mass. S, Government. expended $700 to find
their shareof
I
Florida who are paying In response to a request from the i J, the 57 persons who were lost in the or stopped selling liquor.

the state taxes, developing the war department Senator A. W. Young A new invention, which may prove t t i Governor Carlton is to 'bo congratu-
national forests Washington
he Florida has Mr. and Mrs.\ Moiiis Blossom of of Oregon and
greatest asset state of ,
secretary of the Okeechobee flood useful in military maneuvers, takes in 1930. Hold on his appointment and Sheriff

today often wonder Just where jus control district, has forwarded $50- a picture from an airplane and bends: Brockport, N. Y., have announcedthat Hancock has carried out the ordersof

tice comes from without political in- 000 to the department as the distileft- :an exact: facsimile by radio to a dis the 22ml Blossom-a 9-pound son, I the Governor. The people] of Hen.

fluence with the powers that be in share of the tant all in G -has just been added to the family When ,tuna cow he was milking dry county
cost of a survey for the ground receiving port-- switched appreciate the efforts or
its tail, Jack Horsfall. of
the state road department.One flood (control works to be constructed minutes. bouquet. tho sheriff. lie has received the co-
finest in the [ Toledo Oiegon; was rendered unconscious -
of the highways under appropriations of $7.000.000 operation of all. It is hoped that in

state extends from Bartow to Bowling from the government and '$2,00.0,000 After Alf Wilson and Raymond Tac So vKiors may ]know: that West, by a. blow on the head from the future the county will remain in
the brick he had tied to the animal'stall
Green. It is one of the state's most field is the home city of Joseph B. the
from the district. had gone foodless for 50 days in a same condition it is today.

traveled road and leads direct traf- -Hc. alsn has confirmed the fact that fasting contest at Manchester Eng., i Ely, Governor of Massachusetts. ; a to curb: its tall-switching habit. I The people are behind Sheriff Han-

fic across the state to the East coast the state flag is flown from a pole in the cock and
flood, control board has promisedto Wilson surrendered on advice of his we rejoice in the fact that

of Florida. lay an additional $150,000 on the physician I I town's public park. I DIVIDEND OF FOUR'I we have not spent our time and ef-
I PERCENT IS DECLARED
Now the State1 Road Department in- line by June 1 this year. Now we are I forts in vain in helping to make this

tends to build another highway parallel beginning to get somewhere. If that After 7 years of planning] and re- An investment of $3,800.000,000 Is county one of the best ]in the state. .

to the present one just because much money:, is In the district fund, vision of specifications, installation of represented in church buildings of all I (Continued. f'-om' /Pan- 1) Where there is law and order there r

-.-:':-- there are a few -sharp turns and the actual dredging should begin this the world's largest chjtfch organ, creeds"In the"u n Itod States. -.I------ -- ---""' ..-..r---.r s': ...lrrrppine;'m if'c'onteittmelit"( J gull .

road crosses the A. C. L. tracks at I'' spring. 'which will contain '1 ,729 pipes, has I Real 1 Estate 22,230.58, -Accrued interest i we are enjoying both in Hendry coun

Fort Meade and Bowling Green. $375- But the board has sent 'a schedule been started inSt' l Iatth y's Lutheran When he accidentally: struck his receivable -542.C2. making1 a,', total ty. O

750 have been set aside for this work 'i the war department showing that I Church a,rlfaiiover, Pa. head on a ftcel beam of the Chicago : of $86.020.23. '

when other sections of the state have ''t will pay $700,000 on June I, 19 _/ (Ill-) bridge from which he was pre Liabilities were as follows: Ac- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES

no roads and are serving the state and the final payment of $1 .. ,000 I The Rev Blake Smith, 29-year.old paring to make a suicidal leap, Peter counts payable] $50.00, Lapsted shares \ -

by: keeping up their roads within the on June 1, 1933. Thi conditioned Baptist minister, who has just assumed Hanson fell backward unconscious I $142.81, Interest paid in advance Fruit-Juice Cookies

county Hues' for _state travel. I either upon te district collecting the presidency of Hardin College ,ro t'the railing to the floor of the $69.36, _Accrued interest uncollected Use 1cnp butter or shortening, 1
$542.62.
Reserved for Contingencies
If Jl2l ufluence urge _Bi., '. 1.11 in taxes, which is very improbable at Mexico, Mo., is the youngest bridge and died of skull fracture. I $2 i5.08, Capital stock. Installmentson cup sugar; 1 egg, 1-4 cup lemon juice,

opulated counties are going to use or selling bonds.It 'cal'.ere! : president in the United States. I j 11-4 cup orange juice, 2 1-2 cups flour
unpledged stock 8207.50 Install-
.their influence in having the state I is unfortunate that the flood control Although 97 years old, W. E. Miller ments I j and 4 teaspoons baking powder.
stock
road department spend its money for district is linked up incll\"i-ibly In less than 24 hours, Gale Me is an active choir singer and director '$10G19.73Prepaid on pledged on loans I I Cream together butter or shortening
stock $53.300.00
their benefit and not the benefit of with the Everglades drainage district. Daniels, notorious bank robber: shot of the Los Angeles .Calif.) Dividends and sugar. Add beaten egg and
declared above $6,695.37 I
the state road ,system. then its timeto I Ii i The "wonder board," which was to and killed a policeman near East Men's\ Chorus. Miller\ began his vocal i Undivided profits, on balance] $ 'I mix well. Combine orange and lemon
July 1
take the state road department out afrccted magical cures of Everhave Peoria, Ill., pleaded guilty to the career at the age of S. 1930 juice and add to first mixture alternately -
Net
$4,246.05 income
July! 1st
of politics. I trlades ills by the simple expedient of slaying and was sentenced to prisonfor to December 31st $3,408.47 I with flour which has been

; One of the most important roads in local representation, has allowed the the remainder of his life. When JUrs. B. F. Ader, of Herrin, Transferred to $70.27,1 Less I Sifted with baking! p'owder. Chill and

the state is_ state road 25, which con I 'ist-z'f. to default, and' by a policy of III, told the court that her husband Contingencies i roll' cut very thin on floured board,
.
making total of
; a 3338.20, less dividend -
nects the East and West Coasts of I I In-action, permitted its affairs to get Prince Lennert, who has announced became so an' ry because she smokeda declared adding more flour IT ne'e?sHry. Cut

Florida' in the most direct route and involved to an extent that it Is prob- his engagement to_ Miss Karin NIss- cigarette that he forced her to swalw 436.49. making August total of 29, 1930, $1- in plain or fancy''' shapes with cookie
a
$86,020.23.
across the -shortest distance, of the ably going to be J necessary for the i vandt, tho daughter of a Sv.'edlsr in- .'' a l-ted! ; one, she was granted adivorce The following officers putter. Bake in moderate oven (350'degrees

state. This road should have been bondholders to take: control.] dustrialist, will forfeit his right to for which she had applied. were electedat F.) 12 to In minutes.
the I
meeting Monday: F. Deane
--- built two years ago. Politics keep it Further, an auditor has just disclosed the throne of Sweden when tho mar- Orange Nut Bread
Duff, President E. I, I
Stewart
; Vice
I
out of the road budget and from all the fact that the drainage district riage ceremony has been concluded.A SOO-pouurl] hog, went wild, the animal I President; Malromb Ingredients: 2 cups bread'flour., 2
Biggs
i indications this road will not be com during the past year when nota SOO-uoumi bo?, vent wild, the animal and Treasurer; with the, secretar.1 teaspoons salt, 1.2 cup sugar: ,2 cups

. pleted. this year. wheel moved for drainage and only few of the outstanding featuresat chased:: .George Beatty, of Walesboro, I directors: B. G. Dahlberg. P,following G. milk, 1-2 cup pecan' meats, 2 cups

the barest maintenance was in force, the recent funeral for a New York TIU, into a tree where he perched op, F. 'Donne Duff, Marion BiSh-1. I Graham flour 4 teaspoons baking] }

A WISE APPOINTMENTThe I has spent more in overhead than at (N. Y.) bootlegger, who was killed by until a neighbor killed the enraged C Owen; C. C. Hanson, Gus McGheo. 1 powder. 1.2 cup candled orange peel: ,

any previous time. rival gangsters wer, A $10,000 l bronze porker. ess.
This comes as a : M. G. KolMrult, Dr.. B. A. Bourne, Carl
significance of the appointment I distinct shock to land owners there, I casket, 40 automobiles filled with Berner and: F. M. Wright. A four :Mix iagrpdfents thoroughly and
percent
byJudge Whitehurst of Roy D. !I i I I and, combined with the default, will flowers, 85 detectives and policemen, ,V record of the ntee:: of Yerktawn, dividend was' declared by the directors sprinkle two tablespoons] of the flour .

___ Stubbs as special master in chancery practically end taxpaying as far as 110, chauffeurs and 3 priests. Thousands Va., with list of killed and wounded for the period ending December over nuts and orange peel.,.Beat egg _"{

for the Southern Sugar company re-I Mio district is concerned until more of curious persons viewed, the soldiers, written by an aide of Coterie 31, 1930.CATHOLIC. till light and add to milk Then pour

ceivership that the court is efficient' management Is obtained. cortege. de Rochambeau, the French general I over dry Ingredients stirring and

nizing, and accepting, the grave responsibility I' The :eime owners who are refusingto who assisted the United States during ,.. CHURCH beating the mixture smooth. Last

which this litigation im. pay drainage taxes will refuse also A 2,100-year-old Greek vase. has ha Revolutionary War, has been I WILL I add the floured nuts and orange peel.

poses. It has been said, and it is probably to pay flood control taxes, for the I been ,added to, the curio collection: in found at, Versailles, France. COMPLETED: Pour into two oiled brearl_ _. tins nu_ and_____

true, that the success of the op- flood control without a progressive the B loit (Wis..) Art Ball I! (Continued from Page 1)) bake 43 minutes. in a 350 degree I1'

eration under the receivers will determine -' 'Irninape program is worth little to | After automobile he was driving ) .. oven.

tho future of the enterprise. those-who work the soil. In this kindof j According to his Camden (N. J.) had skidded off the highway and j ling I capacity of the building will be ,Lemon or Orange Toast

That is to say If it can be kept go- atmosphere it is' difficult court sentence, 40- ear-ald Edgar "\ I i Slice bread 1-4 Inch thick. Cut slices -
extremely I } 'smsrpl: 150-feet to the base of a cliff ] 1GO. The building without furnishings

ing through this harvesting season It to see just how the flood control Rambo must pay his wife and two near Hamilton Canada, Wm. F. Hill, will cost approximately $5,000. in rounds or in fancy shapes witha

Is probable that it can demonstratethat I' district manned now by the same I children $10 a week for support, or of Toronto, crawled from the wrecked Thi was made possible only through cookie cutter;

development of a permanentcane '-one of "local icpresentative" boardhas Op industry! In the Everglades is and :3 tablespoons sugar. Add
ruined the drainage district can piison.Although. his ears. t Powers and the friendly cooperationof
feasible That will slowly 1 teaspoon lemon
mean that the sell bonds or even give them away. the Clcwiston Building Material or orange
project will survive. ju"o and 1-2 teaspoon rind.
grated
Senator Young and his assistants the practice of indenturing i Wh'le' they were ?tt work on ai, ex- I Company, who are assisting in sell-
That it shall survive and Toat broad on one side. mixture
Spread
becomean -
i have done a fine piece of work inI : dependent children is a relic of cnvat'on at Osaka, Japan, 2' laborers, Iing I supplies! af a reasonable cost,

important economic asset to this I I negotiations up to this stage.ettiig olden times, the system still survives j uneirtlurl 51 ancient Japanese solid Also from the donations of lumber on other sido. Toast may then
locality is know the he nliped unr'er flame until butterbegins
we hope of I
Unlcsi the legislature consolidates in illboi5rl ansa3, irginiVa, West gold coins which are oval in shape companies In West Palm Beach and

Judge Whitehurst. To see that it has consolidates control of affairs in the Vir lula Kansas and Rhode Island.Presic'let to melt.
I and valued at $1,000. C-om Butler Bros of that city.
every chance he has devoted a great T errl-ulps and Granefruit Salad<
!
produces a new set- Fit'ir Finn! rran stated that he '
deal of his own lime outside of court Use tablespoons gelatine, 1-4 cup
: up which not only will assure con.tructi'e Hoover has contributed I The 3'no rocs who ;tot: only 4 cents wished to bank the people] of Clew-
in familiarizing himself with the i cold] wn*r. 1-2 cup boiling water, 3
thought along drainage- lines ten percent of lib $75,0000; 'annual t j,.to the holdup of a Newark (N. J.) iston for all their donations and their
manifold phases of the undertaking tablespoons lemon juice, 1 cup sugar,
hut.also will convey some assurance s:11.rto: the drought sufferers In tho store, were sentenced to a total of 12 R'mlathy.ith him in his work and( 3
He has: done this so that bo cculd actas L. cups grapefruit pulp anal juice
to the land
owners of future development United States. years In prison. that at all times and during all services 4"
intelligently as possible on mat (fresh or canned), 1-2 cup pecan
I so their lands be
can made to the doors of the new Catholic
ters pertaining to It which meats. F-
are I nrcducp there will be no taxes to car- The 11 lepers who will soon be re TJI oVon.. Fnjr., at :9> o'clock each church will bo.open to welcome So !
brought before him. He came to real ; crrlaMne In cold water 5 min-
the
rv flood control work along. Teamed from the Carville (La.) Lepior.nrium evening, homeless persons are per-' tlfem. -
izt, we take it, that the operation I n-se{. t M"n! rU colve in boflfnsr water.
was Th senator
_____
being versed In legislation make a total of 89 !lepers re- milted to enter Holy Trinity Church. .
vast and the AM sucrnr] and cool. Add lemon juice
eo questions Involved ,
so as well ::as matters of the dis- stored to health in the 10 years the where they sleep during the night on SCHOOL BO'fRT) r sSEEKING
varied, that only by giving his full tl'ict.would- grapefruit juice and pulp nnd nuts.:
be an excellent man to Institution-the only one of its kind the carpeted floor, using hatsocks .as FUNDS ret stand I
until mixture
attention could he hope to be fully work begins to
in the United States-has boon con- pillows.
advised In his decisions. Not being "s' thicken, mix well and turn into individual -
se : have been posing as Everglades ducted by the Federal Health Service. (Continued f-om page 1))
able to spare the time from other exacting :- molds dipped first In cold wa
experts for 20 years have had \' s'narrIage
A Memphis (Tonn.) prstor -
ter. ChilI
duties as presiding judge of ETTelr until firm. When ready toserve
turn and have failed. They must Officers rescued three unclothed for any young man who has will pay their taxes beforo they ore
the circuit he has in effect placed -palirp : turn from molds onto crisp
no"y as is apparent to everyone women from a cage on a farm near $5 cash and a girl who really laves sold but it will be necessary for the tuce on individual letI'

Judge Stubbs as his representativeon else that it is time .for them to Oppelin, Polish Silesia, where they him. &. school board to make arrangementsto I with plates and
mayonnaise
the ground. dressing. (Make
1tAn out of the picture.-Miami Her said their father had kept the mlmpvlsoued pay the teachers at least part of] salad -
and
Judge Whitehurst has taken pains ald. Iressing the day before and
for 3 years. "to protect their Greenville (S. C.) musicians wero their salaries until this money Is re- '.pep In the refrigerator.)






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: =- C., is visiting her daughter Mrs. Wm. 127, dewberries; '110 and sweet potatoes -- ---- -
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I McLure. 101 parts per !billion.Of u -
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course these experiments havebeen

i : = = ;;-Loca? tzC/l f-== M.: C. Ellid]) and Mr." Rush from Lake running only One year, and sam T1\PflP! i'JE\VS

\ Harbor spent the week-end in Clew. pies for other years may vary In the -w. .w ri-... :. -.,. Y.r r I
iston. tests 110 ". .
samples wore analyzed/ !, and ..
L. A. :Morgan, Jr.. Phone 3G9 -:-- I they were taken from 13 different locations I .To :>. &'...''..'.'I''Jt'L HOWARDMr. 't .
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: : : =: : : \l) Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. McLure motored widely' scattered over the "-: _._ ,
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A. to Fort M>crs Saturday on business.Mrs. stafe.Snutl.
Saint Amond Rumd-
and James -
berta Spicer, Betty Hooks] Martha
an.'ors.! : : : Sam Carson, Mr
ley spent the past week-end in West -\ei: Alston, Bernice O'Villie( }! Cirolina: has Vieen doing! rouidertibl' : J j I
Palm : F. ,V. DeLozicr left Friday for ? !iolino i Mary Ilarca: i-; and t'.ic Kev.
Beach. I ;cre'jrcl, ami the
V. Hooker .. '
: Lot:: ; Morgan, James '
; son, of tlj' f'cjiodl.st' church of
her homn in Grnfton, West Virginia. Florida results CIG : .
not vary greatly
j Vv'vnn, bol! +ie Beardslcy, .Timmie I Belle attciulrd
I' the .
Leland Perkins and Louis Reverio I Hall, Dan l cardsle}'. Walker Fears. -.)ter spending the past two months weak those found in South Carolina ; SOJliwedding
r.iversary : :
ot and Mrs.
: .ir. Tettsr
,
were visitors Miami vilh her relatives here. Thev e was a. considerable variation
to the
over week \Varrea Coleman, LeRoy Hare, Owen
Sears
!
TtcR'ay
: February 17.
_. end. in tile iodine content of Florida vegetables !:
,
Wynn Harry Vaughn and Donald
:Mrs. Lott'e? 1. ford
of Ft.
,
aney
--- Dcam. I Carowan Nelson from Jacksonville taken from different sections,

I. R. A. Shaw motored to Cocoa Saturday arrived Tuesday: and will be here on I as well as where different fertilizers is ndinij (this week with her sl::
ter. Mis. Sam Carson, and her
for the weekend Mrs. Shaw business for a week were used. There is a strong possibility I
Willie Hunt and James Rumdley .
er, Mrs. Emma Weckley.Mr. .
I -.r, returned with him after spending -- that fertilizer will affect the :
motored to Belle
Glade Saturday.
. J. K. : Jr. made business :'odino S. F. Floyd of Tampa was
several days with relatives there. Mowery, a content. Where potassium 10Mde -
trip to Palm Beach Friday.Mr. was used on potato lands the town Tuesday on business.
Among those motoring to Belle Mrs
Sam Carson and Mrs.
Mr. and .Mrs.: W. C. Hooker anachildren Glade Friday night to attend the sampler shoved. a marked increase in .
) were guests of relatives in : and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and the iodine content of the potatoes. Wcekley were dinner guests of : :
dance were Frances :Monroe, Jamye and Mrs. P. Arledge
sister Mrs. TJoberts of Peoria, A considerable number ot citrus W.
Palmdale Sunday.Mr. Williams, Sara Greene, Beter Nail, Day. night. I
Earl White Dick 111., are registered at the Clewiston fruit samples arc now being analysedfor :
; White, Campbell The Freshmen
Inn. Mr. Johnson is with iodine, and results will be: announced were entertained
connected
and Mrs. Charles Peterson of full
and Dr. J, W. Ezellc.
Mrs. E. L.
.... Chicago who are spending the winter the Caterpillar tractor company. as soon as possible. Rodgers with a class

"' in St. Petersburg have been visitingMr. Kitrick Bowden, Mr. La Von and Since the nutritional and goiter ty Games at her home Thursday P.)1
were played. Delicious
and Mrs. W. W. Preston. Mrs. :\h. Saxon of Moore Haven wereplaying Mr. Fred Warner of the Almar preventing: value l of iodine is well and cookies
were served to the
Preston returned with them Wednesday Chalmers Company left for Milwaukee known many more samples of Florida
; golf in Clewiston Sunday
to St.. Petersburg for a visit with l Wis., Tuesday. fruits and vegetables, as well as fish.5hrimp lowing: E. E. Laney. sponsor,
Eunice Rider, Alice Hull, Flora
and
I' oysters should be analyzed
;
friends and relatives.
At the: regular! meeting of the Pa
gett, Frances
Turner \
,
Teachcr Mr. C. S. Nelson of the U. ,S. Engineers : so that a complete l picture oCMirir Mary \
ret
association which will .
Catherine
E. L. Stewart, J. K. :Mowery, Jr., meet at the school house FrIday night office in Jacksonville, is I iodine content may be had. Hill.Curry, Mable I.

A. II. Cherry, Dr. J.. W. Ezelle, Dan Fo'inders! day and fathers night will registered at the Clewiston Inn. The preliminary report about vegetables I Dorothy Nancy Stewart, 1\la1> :

Allen Paul Deam Bob Hancock and ho observed. ] I can )be obtained from the Flo.da :- Hampton. Leveda Burke, \ :
rd. HIll Ed Rodgers, Olaf Howard
, ( 4 :\ Louis Morgan attended court in La- C. J. Goutcrman and party of six, Experiment. Station, Gainesville. ,
my Livingston, Pete Anderson,
I' v\ Belle Monday. Bob Hancock made a business trip from :Miami, were in Clewiston Thurs \ ,I O'Bannon,
non: Perry Hall
GONTERIVAN
day. ARRIVES WITH
' -- Orlando
1 o Saturday.
J LARGE" Markette, Edward Bronson,
PARTY FROM MIAMI
Mrs.\
F. Williamson was hostessat I -
Mattingly, Councel Miller and
tea Saturday afternoon at her Mr. and :Mrs ,V. C. Prewitt spent Mr. and Mis. John J. Robinson Harris. ,

homo honoring her daughter Miss the, week-end in Fort Meacle with guests of :Mr and Mrs. Hubert Edison C. J. Gonlerman. owner of Seminole The Missionary: Society met at
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Ruth Grafstrom of New York City. relatives being called home on account returned to their home Thursday Farms near Clewiston. arrived here home of Mrs. Dreyer yesterday

: The house was beautifully decorated of the illness of :Mrs. Prewitt's at Boca Raton. .- yesterday with a party of six from Mrs.
noon. Dreyer and Mrs.
I! .. with sweet peas and spring flowers.. father. :Miami, Florida. Mr.. Gcnterman has were the hostesses:
In the dining room *!'ie table was laid Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Clutter loft for under development an ideal trucking
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Blount \
and
with a l lace cover with a_ bowl ot Miss Jamyc Williams, Miss Sara Lamed,, Kans. Wednesday after farm on which! has been constructed

sweet peas forming the center piece. Greene Bill Gibbons and Roy Green spending a few weeks with their son an overhead irrigation system! Watet I Iso. mount and :Mr. and Mrs. W. -

Mis. Williamson was a&bisted! in receiving motored to Pahokee Saturday: Charles. i is pumped from the drainage canal victed of Manslaughter] at the Fall

'.. here guests I Dy' :Mrs. T. V. along the highway and carried over term of the Circuit Cont of Fenflry

.-.. ;" Watson Mrs. E. L. Ht wart and Mrs. Mr. Oscar Gelpi returned Saturday Find Considerable the field through pipes. r ar County, Florida _for tho :year 192'

: P. A. Poche. after spending a week: at his home in According to Information from W.: :M. HAYES
., I Iodine In FloridaVegetable '
.'. 2t Feb. 20-27
Delicious refrcihmentt s were served New Orleans. Farmers in this section irrigation Is
.
rll1rbgthe evening. with Mrs. T. M. Sabples the most important part of farming

'. Wright, and Mrs Cleo A. llouze pour :\11'. and Mrs. E. R Thorpe and In this section. The overhead :rriga- .r

ing coffee and tea from four to five Mrs. A. :E. Belden and children ot GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Florida' vege- lion Is a sure protection against INFLUENZASPREADING

4. ." p. m, and Mrs. I''. _Dean3 Duff and West Palm Beach spent Sunday in tables were found to contain considerable frost and with proper drainage crops ,

,r '>, .' Mrs. Louis Morgan pouring: from Clewiston.Mrs. amounts of iodine, according to can be grown. successfully under all

: five to six p. m. About sixty guests I i preliminary! report of experiments c Conditions in the Everglades.: .

..... called during' the evening. R. Y. Patterson Mrs O. L. \t the Florida! Experiment Station for Gonterman, has one of the most beau- Check Colds at once with 666,

Jeffries and Mrs. II. A Bestor mo- the Florida Iodine Research Commission tiful tracts of land to be found jn Take ft as a preventive.

Forming a party motoring to Bella) tored to West Palm Beach. Mondayon The report just issued by Dr. this section I

'.'r.;' Glade Monday to attend t.heneral; a shopping trip. A v. W. Ruprecht. chemist, and W. H. ,t Use 666 Salve for Babies

.1s meeting of tho Upper Glades Farm Connor, assistant, showed New Zeal .

.... and Garden Club were Mesdames F. Claude Downs accompanied by his '?n>spinach'. to contain 657 parts 'ot'of'ine : --

.. M. Wright, F. Deane Duff. P. G. Bishop aunt, firs Jda Spreckler, left Sunday por billion. F''Illowingdow11 the. ; > SUBSCRIBE' .. FOR I : : : : : ::.:. ::=: : : ::: : : =- = .';
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Mickenson, E. L. Stewart. Leydig, for Hendersonville N. C. Mrs. list: beans contained '2C7(; pa.t " '
". Leah Spicer, W. C. Worth and J. ,G. Snreckler has been visiting Mr. and To/), cn"rots I; JMO! lu'nlp2 5. beets '. NEWS I Satisfy liim with t\ \ 1 I J A

.. .. Allhands.Mr Mrs. Downs and friends'in Miami for 2n.) )lettuce 21n, cucumber 210! onion* ',. ... .......' .. .. .
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.; the past two months ?Ol). strawberries 107. cabbage: 18S. ..::1. -: .: I .
:,' : .,:: and Mrs. J. 'R. Alston and A;:;,:. <: .PHONE 339TTTTiNER.Y.TIIi' Pure Guernsey Milk
.
rich potatoes 173. "jrtulants: I7Fn:;- ,.; 7:: I t .
.. : : ;: ; i
.:..... .., daughter, Elva, were guests of Mr. D. G. Alston and Louis" Morgan lisp peas 139, tomatoes; 133: collards .. -..

"' > and Mrs. Lawton Sims in Canal Point .made a busim\s trip to Palm Beach fom theOEWETON O c
',- ':'f' Sunday. -- !
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.. Saturday.Win. S
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.: V:.." Mis. 1Tic1wmon.from. Booth Bay McLnrc. and Fred Flanders !

'. :: 5::;:'. Harbor is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I' spent several days of last week on I -

';'..:J:::. P. G.. Bishop. :11 inspection tour ot. the Miami ca f
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Miss Mildred Ward '
r-/ entertained a Patronize your home industries. :: .,
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; The BEST II this week in Clewiston busi ) :
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_,. :.' :'; box of Barbo Compound ji SPlECHAIL VALUE J JI
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I mix it at home at very Among those attending the dance TRUC1FWNEnS] 'J '. ". .
little cost. Apply to the I .:ir;.:' ".'_' t'" ::t" .co" "
#'. hair twice a week until at Moore Haven Thursday night were

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'0 nt bridge in their home Thursday -.
: ni?ht. Those present were: Mrs. ,\ ',....; I

'kt,.:: Wm. McLure, Sarah McLure, Willie 1 f..::
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: ; salad course was served. )k h'

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tuations In the business cycle. While I spirit its citizens do not squander .

Franco is modern in its wants, its their substance.Our .
I I.F Men Favorite DishesFoods I .
the Diet
in
I Appetizers men are industrious and Its women own official Commerce Reports

help bear the burden of toil. An observing go into detail in backing up the impression -

the modern decorative touch to That Gentlemen all into a kettle and cover with :3 writer says that the French that the people of Franco r
Pickles Familiar Aids to cups of hot water. In another kettle
Zest Used meals. Prefer, With Easy cover the bones with two cups women "have finery for Sundays and spend less than they earn. This Is the fA\.
Mealtime
With a bottlo or two of pickleson
Recipes of water. Allow to simmer about holidays but it is taken care Of chief reason why that country has
the pantry shelf, you are prepared -
in Many Ways one and one-half hours, replenishing
to give a new note of interest the water if necessary. Add scrupulously and lasts a long time." attracted attention as having shown '

; and modernity to any course in tho ALTHOUGH men's taste In food the barley to the first mixture whenit The people themselves arc apparently more strength than other nations ,
MANY of us, remembering how menu. fickle, recent begins to simmer. Strain tho
grandmother's meals usedto For example, a new piquancy of surveys reveal several items on the liquid from the bones into the soup. ; and even If France may be gay In since the world depression set in.ANTHONY'S -
taste, recall how much hungrierwe flavor and color is added to a fruit family menu that are especially Thicken with the flour, which has
got after crunching a few cocktail by the addition of sliced been blended with the butter. i .-
pickles from the familiar old sweet pickles. In salads picklesare
Chicken Pie
Vermont
popular as ingredients of the i -
salad itself of the \Vcups chicken broth; 1 tablespoon -
dressings, and
Xd flour; 2 cups cooked chicken, cut
as' garnishes for tho completeddish. 45lxti In pieces; 1 small carrot, boiled, cut
In pieces; 2 boiled potatoes, cut In
pieces; \'* teaspoon salt; dash of pepper -
Stuffed dill slices make an attractive ; 2 tablespoons butter. Inc.

\ x'4 \ and, tasty salad: Mix flour with % cup broth. Turn
\ ) ) Select two large dill pickles and removo remaining broth, chicken, carrots,
\ centers using an apple corer or a long .
potatoes salt and into casserole Dial 2-3121
\ sharp knife. Pack: the centers full of pepper 310-312 Clematis
pimiento cream cheese. Chill. Cut In slices and heat In hot oven (400 d.
and arrange several on lettuce leaves or the F.) ten minutes. Add flour mix
i tender Inside leaves of cabbage. Garnish ture, and heat 10 minutes longer,
with mayonnaise. These slices may be used
also as a garnish for other salads, or for stirring frequently. Place small 100 SPRING SUITS -
meat platters; also on rounds of toast .for baking powder biscuits on top of .... .
a canape. mixture, return to oven and bake
A delicious tartar sauce to serve 12 minutes, or until biscuits are ;:: NEW SPRING STYLES
with fish is made as follows: done.
Add one tablespoon of finely chopped .
Serve with cole slaw and sliced
cucumber pickle and one teaspoon minced. "
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Some Values to $50.00
dill pickles.
onion to 2/3 cup of mayonnaise. ,
Vinaigrette dressing is made favored by the average run of mas- Coconut Chocolate Pie
simply by adding chopped sour culinity. 3 squares unsweetened chocolate, cut 3 DAYS ONLY
that her pickle, green pepper, and minced The following dinner, which ia In pieces; 2 cups cold milk; 5 tablespoons ,
pickle-dish usually graced flour; V cup sugar; % tea
table. parsley to French dressing. simple to prepare and which is spoon salt; 2 egg yolks, lightly beaten; -
Pickles have been universal fav- Pickle Pyramids made up of dishes usually well 1 cup shredded coconut; 1 teaspoon THURSDAY FRIDAYSATURDAY
vanilla 1 baked 9 inch pie shell 4
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Arrange In the order named, crosswise liken by the other members of the ;
since before
orites long grandmother's tablespoons sugar; 2 egg whites,
slices of the following pickles on top of
family, contains several men's pet stlQy beaten.
day. People not only
one another to form a pyramid: slice of
liked them for their taste, but dill pickle, slice of sweet dill pickle, slice gustatory standbys. Add chocolate to milk in double
recognized them as appetite-pro- of sweet pickle. Use these pyramid garnishes Scotch Broth boiler and heat. When chocolateis ".
for border around of
a a platter' $2175.
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vokers. cold sliced meat or salad. Vermont Chicken Pic melted, beat with rotary egg
Nowadays, these old mealtime Pickle Flower Cole Slaw beater until blended. Combine :; '
standbys: take on a new measureof Arrange on a large bowl of preparedfish Coconut Chocolate Pic flour, sugar and salt. Add to egg ". > <:
dietary importance because of or meat salad Just before serving: Coffee yolks. Pour small amount of choc- ,
Arrange thin crosswise slices of dill picklesto
the increasing recognition of their form a circle about six Inches In diam- To make Scotch broth: olato mixture over egg yolks, stir- -/ :"
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health properties. Particularly in eter. Arrange: thin crosswise slices of ring vigorously. Return to double
pickled beets In a circle, Inside the dills. 1 pound neck of mutton; with the boiler and cook until thickened,
winter, when fresh green vege- Fill the center of the beet circle with bones; Vi small turnip; 'f.a small onion; stirring Add coconut
tables are often hard to get, they mayonnaise. Garnish mayonnaise with a 2 stalks celery; 1 tablespoon minced constantly. SUITS
help to supply us with needed slice of sweet pickle. parsley: 5 cups water; ft cup barley; and cook 3 minutes longer. Add
Bacon and Pickle SandwichSix 1 tablespoon butter; Va teaspoon salt; vanilla. Cool. Pour into pie shell.
vitamins.carbohydrates, mineral salts and :: slices crisply broiled bacon, 1 tablespoon flour. Top with meringue'made by folding Selected from regular 'stock offered 'as a three-
chopped; 3 medium size dill pickles, Cut meat from bones and remove sugar Into egg whites. Bake in
present-day Moreover, menus pickles because fit well theyare into Combine chopped bacon: Y ,cup pickles mayonnaise.and mayonnaise. fat. Cut meat into small pieces moderate oven (350 d. F.) 12 to 15 day "Spring Clothing Feature." Positively only
Spread on buttered bread. Hakes all and chop the vegetables fine. Put minutes, or until delicate brown.
used in so many ways to give sandwiches, 4x4 Inches. 1 100 of these suits will be sold at this price,


$21.75. There are plenty of light spring pat-

DEPRESSION VISITS I erns if you shop. early.
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REPORT OF COUNTY FUNDS, HENDRY COUNTY, FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1930. ALL NATIONSThe
The following report receipts and disbursements of the county of Hen dry for the period end ing December WORSTED TEX .: BEACH TONES
31, 1930, with the balances and amount of warrants outstanding and a statement of the assets' and liabilities latest review of the European :;:;
and the value of county property of the said Hendry county as reported on the 31st day of December 1930, by FINE FLANNELS CHEVIOTS
the board of County Commissioners the provisions of economic condition made by tho
and the Clerk Circuit Court is hereby published under. ,
Chapter CS13, Acts of 1915, Laws of Florida. United States Department of Com = '
Funds Depository Outstanding Receipts Disbursements Depository merce indicates' that economic depressIon I

Balance Warrants Balances did not reach ,France until MENS FLORSHEIM SHOES
General 13,809.45 None 11,693.87 20,802.22 4,701.10
Fine & Forfeiture 225.19 None 7,737.52 7,9.24 17.47 the end of 1930. Our United States

Road 13,416.75 45.00 6,021.49 15,332.32 : 4,060.92 commercial attaches say that duringthe 3 DAYS ONLY

Agriculture 1,518.80 None 60.28 1,014.20 564.SS first half of 1930 France was not '
Publicity 146.55 None 1,515.07 391.99 ';'. I 1,269.63 Thursday Friday Saturday :
unaffected the
only by general economic -
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County Fair 236.07 None -:. 33.12 None .- ': : 269'.19None
'. Special Building 107.7.6 None. None 107.76 .'.,', depression but experienced a > '
Maintenance None ," 49.68 -':. ;,. 49.68 greater Industrial activity than in SPECIAL $8.85 -

Sp & B Dist No. 2 I & S 7398.53 ::> .' 186.68 7,585.21 -.:fi':; None 1929. These same reports indicate

Sp Highway& B Dist.Bonds No. 3 I & S 20,627.93 25.2 ...' e', ..'i; ;
Highway= Bonds I & S 13,251.66 ::"!.:. '.:r !;.. 448.87 13,700.53' : None is better than that of other countries Sizes ;
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Court House Bonds'' : :, ': : at the opening of 1931, but. that
Interest &Sinking 4,756.47 .<':!..,.'.". .,-/;'-. 9,706.92 14,400.39 .;""' 63.00 the trend of Business is downward. ALL BLACK'and.. ALL TAN .
TOTAL 75,520.40 45.00 i: '. : _: 37461.60 81,313.20 : 31,623.80
ASSETS AND. LIABILITIES: ,',';-:.,:/:: r' >' :: : .... ;.,. : Unemployment has not been impor- .. I
Assets :(,-,, ;/::.! J;<:;} ',-:.' Dr. ,, :' : ', Cr. tant in France although it has In-
Balance: Cash in Depository All Funds ;.\';'-" 'C>" {{<':;':':" : ". 31,623.80 ..,. ;,..t'/::. creased during the past few months. Featuring Four Styles .> -'

Uncollected' Taxes :.,",:'tf.n.. .,,';:,'...:..t...-. '.:..i..;,.'..,.:':.::..... 67,411.53 ..,..;,:?; "..#",:.h 'u While the World has"been turning
Bonds OutstandingTOTALS ,.....>'.\-:,;. t :; .', .. 653306.80 SPORT SHOES
J ;. .:;.;;. '''.'-' -,. ':;.', ? 99,035.33 -..? \;".' ,:'.-. 653.30C.80 upside down, the French have con-
VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY. J, .!' :: ". tinued to hold their ,balances and increase
:\' .. .. Black and White-Tan and White
Court House ?', .- : 131,000.00 y. -'. their gold reserve, thus

Furniture Jail & Fixtures Court House .;; 18,890.00"3,000.00 ,.:<, strengthening the economic positionof A Real Buy If We Have Your Size

Road Machinery and Tools .. 15000.00 the nation. The custom of the

Highway and Bridges," 430,000.00 "--.I""' French people to 'work and save has

TOTAL : 600890.00 enabled them to withstand the fluc


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