The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00305
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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 13, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00305
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.. : ;. SUGAR ARE SHIPPED Jan.Date 12 .............Max.. 77 Min.56 Rainfall HANDICAP TO FULLMILLJ1PERATION CLUB MEETS AT INN Jan. 15 ......................6A.M.? 17.5 6P.M.'. 17.4 ROCK ROAD IS -:

Jan. 13 .............. 79 62 .03 Jan 16 ........................ 17.3 17.:$

- .: FROM CLEWISTON Jan. 14 .............. 67 51 MONDAY AFTERNOONLocal Jan 17 .........,.............. 17.2 17.2 NOW

'I:!'- Jan. 15 ..........,... 61 40 Jan 18 .................:...... 17.2 17.2 COMPLETEDWork

,:Ii ',.' ._ Jan. 16 .............. 59 49 Jan. 19 ........................ 17.1 17.1

l. .. .., 2082.76 Tons Of Cane Jan. 17 ......?...... 64 55 .07 Heaviest Rainfall Is Recorded Club 1 To Jan. 20 .. ....... ............. 17.6 17.6
;' Jan. IS ..... ..,. ... 67 54 Jan. 21 ................ .. ... 17.2 17.2 Is Being Pushed
\.';\ :,,'\J' Is Average Daily Total rain for week ... .... .............. .10 For This Time Flowers At Palm Jan. 22 .... ......... ... .... 17.1 17.1 i .

- .:l +: Grinding. Total rain to date ............. .......... 1.7S Of The Year. Beach Show.The By State And Will Be.
i ; Completed Soon.

.I -I'".'.>'..'I.'foo.- :'.., Twelve. thousand two hundred and CLEWISTON NEWS f Bad weather during the first partof general meeting of the Upper GOLF TOURNAMENTTO I

;.<.,:,':..:. .fifty seven bags of sugar have been January his been a severe handicap Glades Garden Club met at the Clew- Approximately three miles of rock

1 shipped from Clewiston according to ISSUES CHALLENGETO to the harvesting of ten cano In iston Inn Monday afternoon with the GET UNDER WAY' has been placel on state road twenty

the figures furnished the News by P. the Clewi&tor section! During the Clewiston unit acting as hostess. five. known as "Sugarland Highway",

': G. Bishop, Receiver for the Sugar first fifteen days of January one and The principal speaker of the eveningwas ON FEBRUARY FIRST from Goodno station toward LaBelle.

N '.':": Company. LEGION TEAM seventy-eight hundredth inches of Professor Lobdale from the ex- ( This work Is being done, by the

;. This report includes January 20th rain fell in Clewiston. perimental station, his talk being onE I state and the McCloud Construction

but does not incluudo the number of This is very unusual for this timeof ibs. A report was read by the Cards For Qualifying Company. About fifteen large trucksare

r- bags shipped that were made on the All Players Are UrgedTo the year. With the cane harvesters chairman for each unit and plans working every day on this job

twentieth. With" sugar quoted at $3.40 Be Present For and men working almost day and were made to have a flower-$how at Score; Must Be In By and. the road is being leveled and
night the mill has managed to keep made passable as the work
per hundred pound F. O. B. Savannah Belle Glade in March with each unit Saturday.The progresses.
; ? ; several thousand dollars have been Practice Wed. going by cutting down on the numberof being represented. .

I received_ from the: sale of sugar. tons of cane ground each day. Mis. Alfred Kay and Mrs. Kingsley Birthday tournament celebrat- It will be one of the finest roads
This week has been bad in the state when
The Receivers are receiving approximately With the diamond nearly completed unusually from West Palm Beach gave short ing the opening' r'the local completed. Connect-

.. .: seventy-five. per cent of and the lights ready ,to be turnedon lain almost every day. The cane har- talks on the growing of flowers 'and course one 'Is golf ing the East and West Coasts the

i" '. the gross amount of the sugar tho Clewiston News diamond ball vesters are very hard to operate dur- extended an invitation to the club to year week.ago Score gaining momentum I Sugarland Highway will offer to mo-

,/" ,;," shipped; This money is being used to team is ready to take to the field for ing wet weather and the negroes do enter exhibits at the West Palm have been every turned in by the following cards torists one of the ,most beautiful highways -

r.: "':' i > keep the mill m operation and. paying practice, after which the team will not! like to cut cane in the rain. Reach flower show which will be held players with in the state.

1 .. the men who .are cutting cane. be ready to accept the challenge of Every effort is being made by the February 202122..- accompanying scores: Starting at the home town of Thomas
Dave G. Alsfon 114
115, 109, 106;
,I h: :. :;:: ; There is three hundred and twenty- ill comers-near or far-or big or I officials of tht Sugar Company to get The entertainment committee con- A. 100 90 Edison and passing through the
Hackett Dick White 114,
the Clewisfon mill to operating at ; property of Henry Ford, winding
f ; five pounds of in each At little.
.. sugar bag. sistngi of Mrs. Ed Utter and Mrs.
118. 120 126 124
L. A. Morgan
; 107,
". .' : :.,'.'. $3.40 per hundred pounds each bagykYr At a meeting Monday night at the full capacity. This will be done as along the Caloosaliatchee river across
Tom Deckman served sandwiches and
'j : 114, 111; Tom Shelley 93, 85, 98. \V.C. .
':'- :: will bring $11.05 F. O. B. Clewiston. News office it was decided to start soon as the new cane harvesters are i the prairie land of the Everglades,
,' tea at close of the meeting.
lOS <
;' ;' 'H' Owen, 1CF6, 96, 98, 110; Campbell -
converted with the new I then into the nation's belt
:: :" );;\ The freight is deducted and seventy' practice on last Tuesday, but owing sugar
: : The next meeting will be held Friday '
.: :" .: \ }, ''to With high wind and lots of water in Nail_ 128, 115, 132, 134; E. Park- around the southern shores of the
five per cent of the balance can be the weather change the first official -
January 30, with Mrs. R. Y. Pat-
.: ;}- ::" drawn by the shipper The freight on practice will be called for the the fields and on the giouriu the op- terson. inson, 122; E. F, Kelley, 109, 112, 122; lake, where vegetables abound in

: : ; erators are having a hard time l keeping : B. Nail. 122, 116; Earl White, 120, great numbers, then
following alongone
,t.. sugar shipped in car lots from Clew- light of Wednesday, January 28th, at .-
''- 2500 tons of cane at the mill. 124; H. R. Hall, 127; M. P. Boggs. of the outlet
: ':::;/ :< iston to Savannah is 29 cents per eight o'clock on the diamond in Civc even canals to the ocean
"':"::'. ;, '. hundred pounds. It costs appioximately Center. As soon as the, weather moderatesit FOUR CARS HENDRY 118; F. D. Duff. 100; Yenawlne, 122; it leads you info! the most fashionable
is expected that the mill will be H. Elate, 136; Bond, 122. winter
resort In the state oC:
\i'1 :. .':; .,. 94 cents per bag to ship the sugar The following will in all probabilty
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full capacity which is All cards must be turned in by .
operated Florida.
,. .;:. from Clewiston to Savannah. compose the News team: Pete Wil
: !iy ..:: ", The average daily grInding for the I son. Gene Reier. Earl White, Dick 1.000 tons of cane each day. COUNTY ORANGES January 29th with scores attested by What wonderful scenery and to
those playing with in each
I "'" <. past seven days ,was 2082.76 tons, looks, Beder Nall, Albert Hackett, you tourists, it will give one of the most/

,':. :<; :', :. \ which is just a little better than .fifty Dick White, Campbell Nall., Tom' COUNTY ASSESSOR TO GO TO FORD match. vivid descriptions of the state's assets
/ Major C. ,C. Wilson, local pro, will
,):'; percent of the capacity of the Shelley ,A. W. Sias. Dr. Ezelle, Har- andCvill become the most important

... ..tZ .. mill. Every effort is being made by vey Guthrie, Art Lawrence. J. A. remain in Clewiston all of next weekto link in the state road system.
j : .- .;':_., the receivers to get the cane harvesters I Plunkett and L. A. Morgan. The above WILL RECEIVE TAX Will Be Sold At Stores. work out the handicaps and get The work that is to be done.be-
.. the in for the
tip top shape
urged to be present at first course tween Clewiston and LaBelle is expected
,:::. ... : working one hundred per cent airj the Located At Detroit
,' which will Sunday
begin ,
play on
>: :. ; perfect. The new conveyors have practice. on next Wednesday as a RETURNSMONDAY to be completed with in ninety

, ,:). .....: been taken off and another plan is manager and captain will be selected. Factory. February first. days. The state convicts are goingto
The News team takes this W. C. Owen is having the course do and the McCloud
.': being worked out that will prove a opportunity the grading
I r 7 ..'- great deal beer according to Mr. to challenge Captain Jim Clewiston News Will i Be I i On Monday evening it was a prix put in excellent condition for the Construction Company is hauling the
1. match play which should be one of
: Beardsley and his "Fighting' Legion ; rock material.
: :' Bishop. Every harvester is being ilege to visit the properties of Henry

-':2:4. ::;;i"' equipped with this new device, which naires" for a game to be played the Headquarters For Ford, which are located near LaBelle the most interesting ever held In Plans'are now under way to havea
:: first night that the diamond is readyto In Clewis ton. The green are ,being
i we will describe as soon as they are Assessor.Hurd this county. Mr. Ford acquired the. beautification committee appointedto
trimmed and the moved into
given a complete test. ,officially open. Goodno property immediately alter cups see that the road is beautified and

2. 1F- The harveslers are expected to be ,L. Reeves. Tax ,Assessor of the war and is developing the wonderful I new positions. The :fairways are being that no signs are placed along this

'- operating in-full force within' another LOCAL HOTELS, AND Hendry' County,' will 'be''lri "Clewlslonon :resourceof..this.;properly':;u>_. ,hi cut' the and most- the strategic rough. is.points being .cleared- ;highway Efforts will, be made to" .,. .-:,.

week and the mill should reach its next Monday to receive returns Driving .into LaBelle Monday ven- make It the most beautiful road In the
", I This should be one of the most In-
capacify by that time. The cane har- '' on your taxable property for the year in; with Claude Downs who, is as- state.,
.' 'I' matches to be in ,
teresting played
: vesters are working during the rain CAFES ENJOYING sistant cashier of the First Bank of -- -
1931.Mr. Clewiston since the opening of the
but of course they are not working Reeves will make his head Clewiston, we met Mr. Goodno In !. -.-,/
;."-.< as well as hey do in dry weather. GOODBUSINESS I quarters at the Clewiston News at; front of Henry Ford's l hotel, which is course. The same system of play that SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
used in the American Legion
\' '.' ; 'lice while here and will have a com- known as the Everett House. He was ENJOYS PICNIC TUESDAY,
:--- MRS. SHAW ENTERTAINS beautiful fountain Tournament will be used.
; just completing a
plete set of forms for each property
,. F,, ,, AT A BRIDGE PARTY fill across from the hotel ,In the park Those desiring fo enter should com-
owner to out. Dr. J. W. Ezelle entertained his
; : Operation Of Mill
: plete their play of eighteen holes and
} : : which is surrounded with beautiful
: This will be opportunity to
your Sunday school class at a weiner roast
.'':;:t < Mr. al.dIrs.:: R. A. Shaw entertained And Govt. Work Is have your property assessed properly trees. This fountain when completed turn their cards in before the first Tuesday afternoon. Those attending; .____

r::;: ,: at a' bridge party at their home will be a magnificient monument to of the week.
.' : .' Drawing Tourists. and will avoid confusion later in were Ed' Clark. James Wynn, Bob
'",7: ," _. Saturday night. Those attending were the year if you get in touch with :Mr. Mr. Goodno and his work in developing Beardsley. Conrad Clark, Owen Wynn

:: :,<{ : : Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Powers. Mr. Reeves or his assistant and have them that community. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Jimmie Hall Junior-"Jeffries. George-
Clewistou's hotels and cafes are
:1: and Mrs. Tom Miss Boncile Mr. Goodno has personal! charge of. WITH MRS. DUNAWAYMr.
:' : .': Shelley, with assess your property at the value you : Bestor. Louis Morgan, Ralph O'Neal.
enjoying a brisk business the
:; (,,: \ >: Stone and Dr. J. W.: Ezelle. Dr. Ezelle'' think it should be assessed. c tho Ford property in Hendry county
Morris Ford. G. H. Houze, Bobby:
.::' i{: .- number of tourist using the new and Mrs. Roy Dunaway enter-
received prize for high score. Refreshments If fail to make these returnsMr. and invited Mr. ,Downs and myself to
you Patterson and Walker Fears.
'.: }j!): .' of cake, coffee and cherry cross state highway from Palm Beach Reeves will assess your property I visit the Ford groves, which are located tained the members of the bridge club.
." through Clewistou towards the ridge' at their home Wednesday. night Mr.
: -C bavarian cream were served. himself and if you desire any adjustments just a few miles from the center -
f section. Every day cars are se'en '' W.- C. Prewitt received the high score
: ti: : __ It will necessitate a trip to
coming into the city from the North for the and Mrs. Prewitt high
; : LaBelle and will force you to go before The Ford grove comprises sixty men ..
/rar : HORTMAN TO PLAY and East. This influx of tourist is for the Mrs. Prewitt also -
: the board of county commIssioners acres of beautiful rolling citrus land. score women CLEWISTON IS IN
partly clue to the operations of the received the cut prize. Refreshments
and have the
to have It adjusted when they sit The oranges are bright
BEST DANCE OF sugar mill and the fact, that the new as an equalization board after the : most delicious taste of any we' have ,were served to the following:

>>i ,, I road from Clewiston to West, Palm books are closed. : seen in this part of the country. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mr. and SOUNDCONDITIONJanuary

Beach has been completed.. -The law provides that Mr. Reeves \Vhen questioned as to what disposition Mrs. R. A. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. W !
.-' SEASONTUESDAY Cars coming down the ridge section -
:. .: make these trips over the county and would be made of the fruit C. Prewitt, Miss Frances Monroe,
. ,; '-!';':;- : :'-' of the state are now coming 10 has selected Clewiston as his first Mr. Goodno stated that approximately Miss Jamie Williams, Miss Sara Statement Of

:';;. 'f' through Moore Haven and around I four would be shipped 'to Detroit Green, Miss Josephine Knight, Dr.
point of contact for the year 1931. cars :
.:J .;:.. Legion Hall At Belle he southern shores of the lake stopping to be sold in the Ford stores. Ezelle, A. W. Sias. Bill Gibbins and Local Bank Shows Financial -

Glade roBe Scene I in Clewiston overnight and seeing SOME FEBRUARY EVENTS This is one of the best advertise- Charlie Minor. Condition.The .
the mill in operation.A .
l:!:,. sugar ments Hendry county can get. Money
\ Of Dance great number have read about
$ :>, International Automobile Speed could never purchase such publicity.Mr. First Bank of Clewiston is Ina
-' the development of the company TAG INSPECTORSTO
i sugar
',..'; Trials at 'Daytona Beach beginningon Goodno stated that last year a sound financial condition accord
: : !.;._.,::. On next Tuesday night the last big and the work that the government
,1, February 5th. According to press solid car of fruit was sold in one ing to the report of January 1, 1931.
, i$:':;ii..':' dance to be held for two or three bas started on the ,lake. Next year evening when It became known that INVADE COUNTY
-'J 'I,' dispatches Capt. Malcolm Campbell, The deposits of the bank are $164
)'k$ \ weeks will be held from 10 o'clock the road will be completed from Fort of
f of Englad, has announced that he the fruit came from the groves 407.94 which is considered fair, due
:" till 2 o'clock when Puss Hortman and lyers to West Palm Beach and fromIain's
"Ylr' : ; ,would endeavor to lower the -fresen* Vr. Ford in Hendry county. EARLY NEXT MONTH to the financial conditions over ,the
::" his Southern Harmony Boys play at \ corner into Clewiston. With in
record set by' file late Maj. Seagraves Twenty ages have been state. Their loans are below the nor-
: ;;:J the American Legion Hall in Belle tIle completion of this link of the beautiful
I-i this year. ynuns trees which have a mal for a bank of_ this size being-
:. Glade. state highway system Clewiston will
develoning] citrus -
l' .' start toward a great
only $30,327.78.
:'.'. :Z7 After this dance the orchestra will command. 'one of the most important' Harry Leadley, of Wyoming 111.. is grove. The bight water off last McLin Turns Over To
t.:. make in south Florida.By Uno of the outstanding examples of:
1 ; a of the state of Alabama points
result bitten few of the trees, these State
paralyzed as a of being spring killed a $3 198,000
I j g:1i: ?' before playing in the 'Glades again. next year the government will by a kitten. (CnntfT'n from page 1) good Investments is the bonds ownedby

,) ;,, ,:', Puss' own description of the at- have started actual construction on ,From Tag Sales. the bank. The statement shows

"::;>,- ,',:..,::." fair to be Held on Tuesday night the dikes and cross state waterwayand I United Stales Bonds $73,700.00

.: ,.:):::\- -,' shows that it will 'be the outstanding! the sugar mill will be In full op- Report of Activities Approximately 9 percent of Flor- County and municipal bonds $20,000.

.,':" ;.',;;./ social event of the year and the big eration. The southern route around Ida's motorists purchased 1931 automobile This item accordin gto Mr. StewartIs

''' gest and best dance ever\ held in the, lake will\\\ be one of the most Interesting license tags before January bonds' purchased from the city of

:J Belle Glade. He also stated that many in the state. .,', CLEf VIS TON MILL 15 and as a result. acting Motor Ve- Tarpon Springs and against them

:- ": ,. people from miles around'' were coming Clewiston business is bound to Increase '.,',",-.,', hicle Commissioner W. _So McLin to- the Hank has borrowed $18,000.00

to the dance. and the Everglades will soon Date ,:': : Cane Ground Total Sugar Made To Bags day turned over $3,198,000 to the state worth of Liberty bonds. They show

r '., .. To Date Made Date, Shipped good value to be able to borrow almost :
Today a
The :
,Harmony Boys played at be one of most interesting stops : '!; treasury. .

': .:' Belle Glade on last Wednesday night in the state. In fact, It has alwaysommr.nded \ Bags Bags "This amount is more than two face value of the bonds.

.: and quite a number of local people : this, but, due the fac"t Previous 18.165.95 6.162 6002 million dollars more than ever givento All county and state funds are secured -

-' : '. attended. It is expected that many that the roads were Impassable tour. the treasury by January 15 in by Liberty or United States
J ln. 14 ,2334.05 20,500.00 1005 7467. 7252
r- ; i t;;: more Clewisonites will attend next fists could not visit this section. NowIs previous years," McLin said. "The tag bonds. Tho bank does not own any
Jan 15 2004.55 22,504.55 864 8331 8257
", 4:.: Tuesday night ,the time to prepare and get readyfor department sTIll has $400.000 on hand other bonds except the Tarpon

,.., ;;'. : Puss says remember Three Little I the greatest era in the history of Jan. 16 2241.50 24,746.05 641 8972 8757 giving a total which Is only $200,000less Spring Bonds' on which $18,000.00 has

/:r 1, Word and think of six: words Clewiston, Its bound to come and Jan. 17 2019.20 26,765.05 9-15 9917 9757 than the full amount collectedby been:..borrowed. The capital stock ot

.. ., "Dance at Belle Glade Tuesday those who have faith in this section Jan. 18 2.179.35' 29.2-14.60 926' 10843 10757 the department up to April 1 In the bank 'Is $15,000.00; Surplus, $20-

T, Ni ht." will see a great increase In business Jan 19 997.65 30242.25 606 11449 11257 past years." 000.00; Undivided profits (less expenses

: Puss also stated that the orchestra during the next year Jan. 20 2503.05 32,745.30 1088 12537 12257 The acting commissioner said there and taxes paid) 662216.

would be hotter and better than evr Weight per bag of sugar 325 pounds. still were about six "backward coun- Elbert L. Stewart Is cashier of the

!i., <=.> and that is a very broad statement Bccauhe of a slump In the numberof flaw sugar selling F. o. B. Savannah $3.30 to $3.40. ties" In the state, and that state In- bank and Cecil Parkinson Is presi

although the, leader. did say It, for I American tourists, business of Eu- Estimated bags of sugar in progress close of above report, 2.000 bags. spectors were going Into these .counties dent. The bank is controlled by local

Puss has one of the best orchestras ropean hotels' and resorts is about January 19 weekly cleaning day, mill run only half day. Necessary 12 hours within a few days to make all Interest:: and is one of the best

!in the State of Florida. ,I I 25 per cent less than last summer., each week be used for cleaning! comply' with "the tag law. financial institutions in the county.

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= 1Wu __. CLEW1STON NEWS, CLL.WIS'1. ON, FLORIDA. _. to. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1931,

ciiifoiiiiPublished would- seem to Indicate[ that' true art WORLDS)E SIFTINGS.- : I Johnson, who" expends nearly- 90 per G LICh Coiinty, Mis., 1\JsNeely'Red

THE and craftsmanship have not been entirely : cent of his time on community. proj- Marion County, and Mrs J.1'. Wade

: displaced by cheap substitutes.The ects. Lee Cou nt '. These trees and ornamentals
every Friday at architects of today, cateringto
-- were furnished by' three
Clewiston,. Florida. clients who demand integrity and Recently, in Indianapolis, Ind.. 18 and $100 in currency- which she had Recently, for the first in many Florida nurccries-Glen St. Mary.Royal ..
authenticity In materials and workmanship mon moved an 8-story building, hidden in the oven for safe keeping
LOUIS MORGAN .... PublhhcrEntered years, mountains which surroundMexico Palm. and Griffings.The JJ
; aro turning more and more weighing 22.000.000 pounds, a distance dad! Ix.en: reduced to paper ashes. : ,City, Mex., were coveftd with best four senior gardens m ("t

at the Postoffice at Clew to ornamental: metals to express the of 50 feet without interference to the snow. the state wore given cashprizes by {

lston, Florida, as second class matter. individuality and beauty which they workers employed regularly In the I (1c!ulugists report that China pos- the: Chilean Nitrate of Soda Educa

-- cannot attain with synthetic substi building. osses enough; coal to, supply the "A 350-year old Bible which [Is print- tional Bureau as follows: Mrs Clyde .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES tutes. Proof> of this is seen on most 1.world for 1,000 years. I el:: in the Dutch language, i is eyed Edwards, Gadsden Cou nth;; Mrs. A.

One Year ........................................ $2.50 ot the outstanding skyscrapers or Albert C. Ritchie has been Inaugurated .
1 :hy :Mrs. Andrew Tcaclnnan, of Bath, M. Paul, Holmes County; Mrs. C. K
Six Months ............"................ ..... 1.50 10CO which are generously equipped as Governor of the. Stain of I P.oeaufletalking pictures have V; Y. Blount, Gadsden County ;and Mrs. G.

\' Three :Months\ ................................ -75 with ornamental metal doors, balconies Maryland for the 4th consecutive rcftad to attract patronage many the- D. Shinier, Marion County.

rails stairs grilles marquees term. ,. -Urea in England have been closed. '
ADVERTISING RATESFortyfive sloop Under cover of darkness 1 unknown The Chilean Nitrate of Soda Edu-

: and other fixtures. per ons sawed off cloi-e,to the ground cational Bureau also furnished cash
s cents inch. No discount -
per The fact that 1930 was a busy year Because wheat is plentiful,.nnd.mone'y T3uory; F. Illlj: who Is alleged to and hauled away the lO'O cedar posts prizes 'for the best junior gardens in .

for plates. No special position for the skilled metal craftsman is is scarce In I the Lethbridge have paid! 2.20all in dimes-to which] supported a fence surroundinga the three differen districts of the

guaranteed. All advertising copy (ample proof that art still triumphsover (Alberta Can.) region CarlE's'Ban.} have) his. wife slain, was given a sentence cow pasture; at MIddleboro, Mass.J. I state. In East Florida the winners

must be in this office on Wednesday imitation even in these days of son accepts} a bushel of wheat in payment of life improsonment at Los I were Annabel Raulerson, Alachua

before issue of paper. synthetic substitutes. We have yet for one admission to the Lolh-: Angeles, Calif. County; Eunice Nixon, Alachua County -
,. .. bridge movie theatre. W. Rider, of Peru, Ind., is the
to find a substitute for beauty. ; and Ruth Durrenbcrgcr, Orange
. owner of .a 4-dialed watch said to
; NOW IS THE TIME The United States Bureau of Fisheries have been County. In North Florida; the winners
presonted to General La-
l" TO ORGANISE HANDS ACROSS THE SEA In the United States during 1930 reports that a single female were Lottie Smith, Holmes\ County;

V ---- there were 32,500 deaths caused by oyster, in one year may discharge fayette by George Washington The Lillian Griff, Okaloosa County; and

t : The Florida[ Citrus Exchange is Just now 'Washington is studying motor vehicle accidents-an increaseof "n'f!' p. billion eggs. Biologists[ say trait watch bust, which of bears a miniature por- Mao Gavins, Walton County. The
Washington records the
approximately 1.300::: fatalities over that If even one cent of all the Middle Florida winners were Gladys
:y making an eflort to bring all the cit daily the plans of L'Enfant who days of the month, days of the week, I
rus growers into one big organization. helped our first President map out a 1929. eggs laid! produced full size bivalves hours, minutes and seconds. { Fletcher, Gadsden County; lona :Summer ::

, Every box of fruit sold in Florida scheme for building the capital city Mily a few :years would be required Liberty County; and Ruth Ed-

(r should be sold through this Exchangeif of: our nation. As one watches the After lying on tho bottom of Lake "or the world's oceaons to becomeo wards, Calhoun County.A .
,..' NemI[, in Italy, for 2,000 years a Mrs Bernard Block:, of Merlon, Pa., number of the contestants
the growers want to realize a prot- development along ,our famous Pennsylvania crowded with oysters that the con f the of doll which were
i'r. Avenue, and the location of boat 200 feet' in length, once a float- tinents wouIJ be iloocled! by the overflow owner a was madein given honorable mention for which
eat America in 1730.
ing palace used by the Roman Em- each will receive two dozen E. Z.
A': ". With this idea in mind it would be the parks adjacent to that thoroughfare of water.

V I .a good opportunity for the vegetable and particularly those betweenthe peror Caligula, has been uncoveredby -, seal glass jars.FLORIDA.
pumping the water from the lake. Recently, while hunting. Wm. lUg-
::.. growers in the Everglades to form a Avenue and the Potomac, the When Perth (Australia) police at-

r similar Exchange: to handle and mar- thought i is ,suggested that Washington tempted to arrest Victor McCaskellon gins of Sprinfield, Vt., coughed ho GETS GOODV
f Because of the current depression violently that the gun on his shoulder -
t:, hot vegetables in this section. is becoming Parls-esquc in ap{ a murder charge, the suspect
t in industry Rev. Park W. I was discharged, the bullet en-
f L' Howard Sharp, of the Everglades pearance. Other comparisons are Huntington shoved a stick of dynamite into his '
:, News, has always advocated this form found between tho United States and pastor of a Wilmington (Del.) mouth and McCaskell's head was tered the neck of a fox which was ADVERTISING OVER 4
i; : of marketing all vegetables grown iu France in the rich agricultural resources church has refused to accept a prol- blown off. instantly.

the lake region. Today buyers are of the two countries. Besides fered $300 increase in salary. RADIO AT AIR RACES J
After reciting alleged ill treatmentshe
i.f' always on hand in the Pahokee and the France which we know so Mrs. Faye Dutton, 34 years old, of ,
well there is firs. John J. James, Mrs. C. H. said.l she had suffered at the
Canal Point, section. From Belle Glade an empire which she Denver, claims to be the youngest
;:" west around the lake buyers are seldom controls outside of her own national Jones and Mrs.\ 'Lucy Crane, aged :7S, grandmother in the State of Colorado.The hands or her former' husband Mrs. JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 14.-Florida

':, seen. Vegetables are shipped to borders. France. proper contains 212-, SO, and 90 years respectively, of Corn- Hulda Tingle, of Philadelphia.- Pa., I.; wet represented on the air, says

i:" the Northern market where they are 659 square miles, including Alsace- wall, Vt., helped celebrate the 100th Jacksonville (Fla.) post office i I bequeathed him "31 to buy a rope to the Florida State Chamber of Com.

I'.. sold on any kind of market and for Lorraine and the Island of Corsica, birthday anniversary of Mrs. Elizabeth received a letter addressed as follows I hang himself with." merce. Florida's nine stations throughthe

any kind of a price. The produce man while her colonies have 6,657,804 J. Scovefl their sister, at Lew- : "Mrs. E. H. Holmes, who lives __ medium of excellent programs

;' always getting ]his commissions and square iriles. Thus the French Republic iston, N. Y., recently. next door to Mrs. Jenkins, who ownsa Ruby Potter, of Sacramento, Calif., are doing exceptional\ work for the

.". sending what is left to the growers. ranks second in World colo- cow, Jacksonville, Florida." who was held up by 2 armed youths, State. The namcr Florida is now find-*

'. V This form of marketing vegetables nial territorial extent. Today France's A checker game played by mail; put both 'of them to flight when she ing its way into millions of homes

'is ruining many farmers in this see- eenrg'es are turned toward the exploitation lasting 217 days ended when .Harold The Dukhobors' members of the landed a heavy blow on one boy's I I throughout the country several -hundred

;/, ; tion. The average produce man that of this immense empire Harrison, of Hudson, Wis., cornered Canadian sect who delight in skipping jaw. II' times a day in connection with

j': is in .the Glades dishing .a handful the her policy is described_ by her a king with a pair of kings and defeated around attired in little or noth- \ Florida hr arlcasts.i .

: "of'money here and there 1 ifjust waiting officials as that of association, and Win. Bloom, of Ashland, Wis. ing, have petitioned the :Mexican Government Reading Pa.,. with 111,000 l population .-i i Several outstanding programs have

1: for a crop to be grown so that "a work of creation," to build up the :V tiny board was sent back and forth for permission to move 20- is said to he the only municipality [ I been put on the air recently on the

r t-;+ he can make one hundred per cent resources of wealth and elevate the 175 limns in an envelope. Adhesive 000' of their members from Canadato )' in the United States entirely governed ; subject of Florida from northern sta-

r.(-; .' *on 'his investment. If he can make condition of all human beings who checkers were used. Mexico. by workingmen. The mayor, J. tions. Florida firms with national distribution '.:
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;', "this much on what little money he live ruder the tri-color of France. / Henry Stamp, is a cigar-maker, and problems are using the .air
%, puts out then the 'growers united can This policy seems to be en the way After he loaded a suitcase with 71 'Quadruplets-2 boys and 2 girls- the city council is composed of JamesH. to tell of their products. The air races _

\7. j make the same amount. V to realization as new railways arebeing. half dollars, 110 quarters, 1,140 dimes.I were born} to Mrs, F. A. Scheuse, of.0'.S Maurer, pumber; Wm. C. Ho vertrer at Miami were '. sent out over a national -

c 'This reminds me of_ the way the -'extended into the most remote 620 nickels and 1,600 pennies which cigar maker; George W. Snyder, hook-up.: All of this is valuable!

tr':. farmers back in Georgia used to get recesses of French holdings, while belonged! to his grandmother, John 13p.1aClV '.lnau piano-tuner and Jesse E. George, publicity .for Florida, 'and the accumulative -

r,: :,' <. together ones. a' year when cotton highway building is being furnisheda Metyk and Josephine Maluchik eloped Recent census reports reveal 1 that steam fitter. interest to be collected from

t::.'" prices were low and organize to cut tremendous impetus. The result is from Chicago. The newlywcds w'ho there are 1$,000,000 more women than _, this type of publicity investment cannot -

the, acreage the next year. They that road bearing more than 90,000 became conscience stricken several men in Europe., .. An average. of: 28 ,._ divorcevero bo, estimated. 'i .T

;:' ? usually met at the court house as they :automobiles are now furnishing days later returned and restored the granted daily during, 1930 at Chicago : During the Fifth Annual 1 KnowFlorida IV-:

f J' : felt this was their.property and allot transportation for the colonies. One purloined* -.-" -f money' to John's. ,eraudmotn-:. Attempting to enter,, his Zanesvi ,' Ill: \V -- ; ',..' *-' -, IetterWeek.. .. snow Buy at
: needs only to ferry: the Hud- I er. Home Campaign to be carrien out
;., ,'. V to each farmer so many acres of land les ((0.) home through a window, n
,;'. to bo planted in cotton. Each! farmer sun River to become distinctly im- S year old Donald Fuller was killed A mad. dog which ran wild for, ev-. .during! ; the week of February 23-2S

.. would go home feeling fine and when nroTsed by the importance of French Miss Vivian I. Milner city. ,manager when the sash fell and broke his eral hours at Woodruff, S. C., bit a I I ''iclnsive! a series! of special programs:

,.. ....11 cotton planting time came each farmer navigation, and the statistics show of Kinsley, Kansas, is believed to be neck. 'man, a mule, a goose, 4 hog and 75 I "'0 helm: prepared for the air.

s : would think of Tom Jones cuttinghis fbat: morn than 6,000 ships are 'carrying the only woman in such a position In dogs before it was shot and ]killed. .
:f;" ," { the French flag upon the high the United States. .7
:' acreage and there would be a Castor oil is used as a motor lubricant New Year Is Time .
i':'i. ?eas and the trade of the colonies is Chained
shortage of cotton, he would just to the roof of the schoolhouse
for :automobiles In France.A .
To Make Plans
: double his amount and when the crop rich:: in sugar, coffee, tea, fish products I While Dr. R. A. Baldwin, of Springfield ) ,. near Marysville,. Mo.,. in which For

: was harvested that fall each farmer rice! spices phosphates, oil Mass., was shifting an old piece, he was alleged to have assaultedand 1931 Baby Chicks
plot to V wreck the Dukhobor
: had twice. the amount of acreage in wool, silk! cotton, rubber, wood. and of furniture which; he purchased 3 murdered Miss Velma Colter, 19-
I' school building near Nelson, British
: cotton he had the year before and paper pulp. years ago from the Corbelia Dean year-old teacher. Raymond (Gunn, ne- GAINESVILLE, Fla.-This is the
Columbia, was frustrated when the
.' the price .of cotton would be just a France stands out among the nations estate, bonds, diamonds and silver- gro was burned to death by a mob season when poultry producers shouldbe
; little f lower than the previous year of the World as" the ancient ware valued at $3,600; fell from a secret containing dynamite was re- who made a funeral. ,, pyre ul the considering plans for the 1931
niovprl from
of the school
one stoves'in -
r> The worst organized industry in friend of America, and the Statue of drawer in the cntClt! building. .- crop of chicks, Norman R. Mehrhof,
.. which it was found
,:.. the world. today is the farmers. Yet Liberty at the entrance; of New York ---- J. extension poultryman, recently told

[ : they command the world and if they harbor built with the aid of 180 Drake H. Rendleman rejected for DI' Add World Wide Sittings .......... WRUF farm listeners. Ho pointed out
2" all quit farming we would starve to French cities, and numerous general service, during the Civil War bscatfse I valuable: d.I "g, which strayed from The weather 'was so cold in New that the most important point to

rr; -,: death in one year. councils and societies, and thousands of physical disability, has just cele- its horns: in Hagcrstown, lId.yas York, N. Y., on a recent 'night that' consider now is the breeding pen, or-

:.:" With hundreds of thousands of dollars of citizens, is a significant emblem brated his 90th birthday In good found and returned by' the driver of firemen 'wio worked to extinguisha the source of hatching eggs or baby-

;'. being spent i advertising the of the enduring friendship that exists health at his home in Junesboro J.11. o.3 of tho! fleet of taxicabs which fire in a big storage building, reported chicks if they are to be bought.
the clog's owner had hired to conducta '
r t. citrus industry and trying to organize between the two countries. their eyelids frozen shut. The breeding birds should be mated V
,,. the growers in the state, now is a A German shepherd dcg hns been city-wide search in an effort to recover two or three weeks before eggs are

;:. good time for the. truck growers in THE KNOCKERS ARE WORST trained to take money to the Marine the lest animal. The youngest sheriff in the Stateof to be saved for hatching. Hens that

t" ., this community to get busy and organize National Bank:, of Wild wood, N, J., Maine, is Arthur R. Greenleaf, o2 arc used in the breeding pen should

. an exchange to handle their I A Southern paper takes the cham- and to.wait in line until the money The recent statement of the Chase years old, of Boolhbay Harbor. be selected ,Carefully. Other things
has been received. \rtlonal! Bank, of New York, N Y., I being equal, give preference to the
E, products. There are lots of good men pionship by observing that "after allit's I
(.' right in the Glades who are familiar doubtful whether the boll-weevil ="IWS its resources to be $2,797,328- Albert W. Benhain a BelvIdereIll older birds. As a general rule it is

> V with the market conditions and wouldbe hurts'cotton as much as the silkworm After Mrs. George Garnctt, post- .<5o.1: :-an :amov.nl' unequalled in !bank- ( ,) shipping clerk, is rated as a not desirabel to breed from pullets.

mistress at Nonsuch, Mo., built, a 'nr: history.. "' The birds should also be strong and
good men to head this industry does. Authorities like the DCrprtmant "nauc'al:: wizard by his friends who

5. that will take a bankrupt concern of Commerce, the Bureau of fire in the kitchen range she found :' port that Benham pays them 20 to vigorous. which will mean better fertility s
f: Economics that the $15,000 in promissory ( According _to a recent census resort and l atchabilit).. They should
and making a profit sharing organization I and the Department of miles 60 per cent on their money. Benham'shirsh (
" '--.-- there are 108,000 Indians In the be selected for absence of
; out .' Agriculture, lave fit
: of the ruins. seen to deny financJn1 operations, which he
for farm an improved set
use battery
I Dominion of Canada.
breed 'defects. He of
:'. This is a good time for a wide during the past year that the silkworm which will match the performance ot says are confined to real estate and spoke .

.. awake man to step forward with a j has kept its place at the pinnacle any electric sot made. The same type nlher safe ventures that bring largq egg quality as a very important factor
When 17-year-old V Bertha Eckert and suggested selecting those
, good plan and put it into motion to of the textile ladder. The cabinet and the same radio circuits I returns quickly, have spurred This'clients
and !91-year-old} Aaron Fretz wed hens that produce of large
were eggs a
organize the farmers in this section greatest progress made in all the that make the radio in the city home I to --withdraw: total of $310-
\. so they will get a fair return, or just textile! Industries has resulted throughnew the center of the family will be :at Oklahoma City Okla., the girl 000() from Belvidern banks and to.. size, that are the proper shape, and
wife became the step-mother of ;3 are true to the color for the breed.
-return, from their crops that furnish durening development and qualiy aytila'hle'to the farmer matter place!; the money in Ben ham's hands
maintenance In children, all over 50 years of age. Then the final test is egg production.
mercerizing cot-
the northern market with green food J how far from an electric power line for investment.
while their lands are covered with I ton. This product is now in a posi- he lives. They should be studied from trap-
Police! at Rennes France have nest records or external characteristics -
tion of excellence that
has caused
snow., The .tariff on vegetables grown Not FO: fears: thn : Winners In State
ago occupation *, and only the best producers allowed -
t. released the 22-year-old (laugher -
in the cotton goods to gain greatly increased
Glades has proven a joke during I of the farmer almost automatic
favor with the discriminating American of a farmer who. believing the All Year Garden to go into the breeding pen.
the past season. Something[ is al' kept him from participation in
public. ; 'he! girl to be insane had kept her Breeding males should be studied
radically wrong at some point and tits wo:: 's'rralrs.. The miles that Contest Announced '
I V about the
ini'M-lsoned' in a stable for many same, paying special) attention
sooner it is corrected the better.
V &epcrated: : him from the populous months: to type, width of back, depth of
I V centers created: social and economIc'barriers. !I TALLAHASSEE. Fla.,Club women body, and head points, as well as the
ART, AND'. IMITATIONThe Now" he is hooked up ,with 'j rnd girls! from CO Florida counties production of their parents.
MrThomas Anderson, of Chicago. -
-- I American manufacturers are alive nil Urn activities of the World. New participated in the third state All- lIe
111., found diamond inside theIrrird I suggested> using one male to
current architectural era, i j I to the importance of the rural market iclo-xj.: r0vmpthor's i, ire no longerold a I Year: Garden Contest, and the winners I about: 20' Leghorn females, 15 generalnirposo
of the which she
turkey prerMpd -
some authorities predict, will goj and of the latest staff '
one develop.
with him Modern motor were recently announced by Miss females, or 10 hens cf the
down in history as the of imita I ments in fo" part of a-meal at per dome
V ago I industry's recognition of :nttispnrtitfon and elect.ri ity has '. Tsabelle S. Thursh/, ectension food. heavier meat: breeds. Average figures
tions. "Caen stone" made of plaster, the millions of farm families is in the "' han"'cl veryHI'IC;. T!'"f farmer has I. cenlly. .rod .marketing agent. inJIcato that for evory pullet! wantedIn

"marble flooring made of composition I radio; field. When radio was new, battery his newspaper fresh: from the press, The counties showing the best garden the Tall!l it will be ncccsscuy to
"walnut pannelling" that comesin sets were the first form in which with the oC the while \ In an effort to increase the nation's .
news day, : ... records were Garsdcn, Holmes hatch about three clucks, which will
paper bags ready to lie mixed.l with l all-electric set was perfected, and l zines and other current nu\gl-1 .1. ,Ijrr rf meat. animals, Soviet! RusrIa r end Okaloosa, anal respectively they mean setting approximately five or

water-these, we are told, arc char- I they were universally sold. Then the keep him as well informed os bas provided a heavy fine for P' ill six should
be given $2515, and $10 worth eggs. Eggs not. be saved f"-
acteristic of the modern urge.to. ;:. ge,I with one accord manufacturers, turnedto neighbor of innovations in though ,-J,11S: who kill hogs cattle or J'-l nf garden: seed furnished by the Francis '1')01'l' ; 10 dYS before incubation.

everything done as quickly ,'and. as tho new type exclusively. Unforti'rattly : and practice. His radio brings him livestock which- aro capable? of C. Stokes seed comp<\1j'. I *ii..ns PT--. pnr1 *h"t quality! : h"ds! : .inN

cheaply as possible. : V ; : thousands of farms: are unwired -I far distant places at tho turn of a production. Fruit frees and ornamentals, rci- Particularly suggested making

Those who deplore'this encroachment which means that the farmers knob. Through such developments as red at $10 each, werewon by Mrs. the breeding pen will to a large measure -

of substitutes, however, see living on them were forced to depend Transitone, he can even enjoy radio Ht>vnsvd} H. Hubbard, geologist at TTenrv Todd and Mrs: Hugh Bowen, determine 1031 profits .
hope In the increasing use of wrought outmoded ''>' :1n1a: < Clara! .(Calif..) University, .
on battery sols for ,their news while driving his OT to msrlc:: } r.4fi<>rjnn Point, Mrs. E. H, Barksdale.
iron and bronze-two materials which radio : 'eo ..' "'-..<."- tn live'' 'or 2 months in
f entertainment. Thus the evolution cr' aural America '
r11C"mt and' Mrs. N. J. Parrish Special noon concerts at the Bok
refuse to bo imitated and which have .* til** rrntcr of an active volcano in
s. usual( necessity and invention r is complete, and the farmer IF Fernanda C""nty. Ornamentals val.1'ed Tower, Lake Wales, during February

maintained their individuality! for have mot the situation, and Phllco, powerful because of his close touch Alaska: to compile a record of volcanic at $5, will be give to Mrs. J. 'A. I aro scheduled for February 12. 2V,

centuries: Approximately a quarter manufacturer 'Of tho world's largest- with the world's progress. He has action. Pelham and Mrs. J. R. Nelson, Holmes and 25. Regular CarillonConcerts are

of a billion dollars was spent during selling radio, and one of the most gained the prestige that attaches ,to County, Mrs Lillian Bincent. Citrus j to be hold -Tuesday, Thursday

1930 for this form of construction in "v0rcre "'ivo ccnnanies in the busi- to the man who know, and' knowiny. Them""-;'..,* valuabM darks- HoiiKtv, Mrs. C. H. Taylor Volusia Saturday and Sunday at 3 o'clock

modern homes and buildings. This ness, announces that it has perfected "I is prepared to act t" dale Miss.) community[ life is J. 11. County :Mrs: Carrie R. Croft, Palm each week.

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The Tax
Assessor of Hendry County -

\\VESTERr Uf ION MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD will meet with,you for the purposeof
yF Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.._ Phone 369 j! I receiving Tax Returns on the dates

t >' ,' ', __ ,J -- ..- - ;;..o--_.;".__ .._L_, -__,,,;, ____ and places designated below:
r January 26. 1931, decision, at
; :i:::" Mrs. Ia). L. Stewart. Mrs. Jeff Brad.. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Williamson motored Sentenced In .Less Than :"';::1'. and :Mrs. Will Thomas and Mrs. W. P. .Andrews Ja.-spending I Clewiston Xe\\s.

;:: :: ( .'- ley Miss JambIliams! and Mib:s! to Canal Point Sunday. laughter, 'Margaret, of Bowling Green this! weal? ''.' ?1'Y"l101C'W: t Mr. cudiis. January 27, Ft. DCl1au Post Of

.' 1'V1' l; Sarah Gieen: made a shopping Iri]}n Twenty-Four: Hours KentucM, were tbj guests of Mrs. : i Char! iriiaion.+ I fice. -

i- : : :. to West Palm Beach Saturday. J. A. Plnnkett and Alex Saint Am.1 After Crime. Corino Foney Sur.d:ly. The: Thomases i; 'f b i W ;i.'H': ,: ;: .M'RJonas-y:: Union dence.January 28. Felda, Reeves ResI-

: .? ; and motored (to Moore Haven Sunday. --=--- jive spun several winters in LaBille will meet' iU {he rhf-c'; ::: on the second I January 2D: Sears, Hatch's Store.

: ,;;:}} :'::" .' J The regular meeting of the Parent "Law enforcement authorities aidMY and P:,a also a nopsvly owner noro.Mra I rind fouri'1'd i viny3: :: of each I January 30, East. LaBelleishess! .

. i.i: : '(. : Teacher Association met at th(e ( by; l)1"1\-'ate' investigators for. The I !, L'ougl.s l Thomson, Mrs. Solo I: mrnth ns usual but will!' meet at 2'4o: or's January Office.31. West LaBelle

." .' :;- /( ; .: d ,:;'"," .school house Friday afternoon wStl 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and, I Western Union Telcjrraph] Company Crews and :Miss Gen! Rudd visited ,i iMrs. o'clock: Instead of-3:30: as in the past. or's Office. Assess-

.. .:'. -.? '- ':: :.. Miss Harriett Dowd, of West PainBeach 1 Mrs H. A. Bestor motored to West t: araiu demonstrated that crime does. Jean Mills in Clewiston Friday Mrs. Clv.rlie-; :I arrived The Assessor's Office will be open

'( giving a talk on Scouting. Palm Beach Thursday. not! pay. and Saturday. j in LatteUo several days ago for every day for receiving Returns and

M. A. Brothers, charged with bur- \Irs.lurry Gay, one of LaBelle's i i: the winter. sible.serving the public in even' way pos.

..'.: ,.' Miss Frances Monroe and Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Utter of Miami 1arizinn:\ V/cslern Union offices at high school teachers, visited relatives I f Mr. and JIis. Cecil Eaaconi and': HURD L. REEVES,

bell Nail motored to Belle Glade Sun" Locks were in Clewiston Thursday. Coral Gables and Homestead; Fla." in South Bay the past weekend.Dr. : Paul Kenaon of Ft. Myers visited Tax Assetsor.
and Mrs. Baker Wluinant oi '
., day. was apprehended last night and in friends in LaBelle Sunday.Mrs. 2t-16-23.

: >_ rr,: x less than hours Ft. Myers were visitors in LaBelle Frank Turner and Suv.0ay,
yrr M. P. Boggs spent the weekend in twenty four was sentenced !

St. Petersburg with relatives. to ten years in the poniten- Sunday. school class of Junior girls; plcmced tlia Grammar school auditorium witha
Keathley Bowden, of Moore Haven. ,, :Miss Mildred Curry, teacher of Tasmania good number piesent. After the
on "Polly Wog' Saturday. Thopo :
tiary. These robberies it is said by r-rc-:
r was in Clewiston Monday.Mrs. visited relatives in LaBellethe business
meeting was over a splendid
1. ; Mr. and Mis. Louis Morgan and Western Union officials wera cleverly ant were Nellie Cook, Marie Padgett,

s Bob Hancock. motored to LaBelle executed by a man whose burglary past: weekend Eloise Turner. Lula Jones Dagma program was furnished by Mrs.\ CarlBeckemeyer
: .
Clyde Crosby called to
<< was Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Roberts and ;
and Mis.
E Cornette.
Sunday.Mr. experience dates back: to 1919 and It Willis Jeanette, Rhines and Lucile ; M.
j Pahokee Tuesday on account of the
s daughter of Avon Park arrived In
# the andIlny Davidson. Devotional was given by Rev. Gus
''/" death of her brother, -in-law, S. W. \vns only through efficiency LaBelle the past week. They are I
'. ; Powell. and Mrs. S. B. Crews and Le- ) : months of untiring effort on :Mr. and :Mrs. A. L. Taylor returned Padgett. Two enteresting lectures by
tit1 stopping at the Tuscawilla ]lodge.
land Crews of Ft.. Denaud were weekend :. tho part of the, authorities in coope- homo Monday night from Starke and I Rev. R. E. Carleson and Mr. Weslley
Mr. C. D. Bevcr of Ft. Myers was .
.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ration with Western Union private I Jacksonville where they visited Il'Lhaids' wore enjoyed by all. Two
-.1. Sam Woodhain and Clarence Mayoof
a business visitor In LaBelle Monday. I
that Brothers finally friends and relatives Sunday and I. beautiful selections Mr
Mills the past investigators was, I were sung by
Pahokee in Clowisy
: spent Sunday I Miss Cox spent the, week- '
ti i A brcught before the bar of justice." Monday and was accompanied home IL U.: Laney with Miss Ann Prcenell
'ton with Mrs. Bessie Culbreth. end with Mr.' and Mrs. Duane Cox in
P.' G. Bishop spent several days of by lira. Taylor's sister, Mrs. N. A. at lhrt piano. The members of the }J.
Ft. Myers.
last week in Savannah, Ga., on busi FOUR CARS OR/1NCES TOGO I 'Vola and little son Ralph of Knoxville T.. A. decided,to meet on Vie second
R. A. Shaw made a business trip i Commissioner S. B. Crews, and son.
FORD i Tenn. Mrs. Vola expects to spend
ness. TO HENRY Tuesday of each month Instead of the
to, West Palm Beach Friday. a Leland; were visitors In Clewistonlast I
,, I __ about two months in LaBelle. i first Tuesday.
l week. I

r : :' Little Carrol :McDonald is sufferingfrom Claude Massey, of Atlanta, Ga., was (Please turn to page 3)) E. E. Goodno and' Dennid Small mo'oed I Mrs.' Carl E. Royer, girl scoutmasterand I

s1" injmies caused from a burn I in CIe\\ifton, Friday on business. to Ft. Myers Wednesday on I Ilmsiness. II fourteen of the girl scouts wenton 1

from, lye. me being! replanted! by Mr. Goodno.A 'I I a hike last Wednesday: up the liver 6fa (:

Mis. W. C. Hooker, Miss fondle beautiful stream runs through this Mr. Francis Fulghum and Miss VIvian -j and had a steak roast.

Stone and Miss Jewell Lowe made a : and Is beautified Mr. and Mrs. Brewer entertaineda '
grove being Wiggins motored to Ft. Myers
Mr. and Mis. J. G. Alhands were young ,. Liquid or TabletsCURES
slnppin'j trip to West Palm Beach few young friends with a dancing
with the development.There
along afternoon.
chY guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ,Tippeyin Sunday BABY'S COLD
Monday. is display at theVatanabe party at their home last Thursday
,West Palm Beach over the weekrnd. now; on The LaBelle high school boys '
hotel cluster of grapefruit ball evening. Refreshments of doughnutsand 686 SALVE
\ a played a game of basket againstthe
JOSEPHINE KNIGHT \ which is one of the most beautiful Punta Gorda high school boysFilJay punch were served. Cures Colds. Headaches, ,Fever

: Bob Hancock left Monday for Houston BECOMES BRIDE OF we have ever seen. Sixteen large, night, the score being 24 to 3j I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Surency and

I '= Texas, to be away for several CHARLIE MINOR smooth grapefruit arc hanging from in favor of LaBelle. I I children returned to their home In i I

days on business. this one branch, which was grown on Mr. Howard Phillips of Ft. Lauder- Naples after spending several days II 1I

Miss Josephine Knight, of Ft. My: the property of Henry Ford in Hen-
r ers, and Charlie Minor, of Clewiston.were dry county.Mr. friends in LaBelle Sunday. Poole who is seriously ill.
Claude Downs and Louis Morgan
5 married at the ,community Goodno did not stop after -.--- Rev. Mitchel will hold a revival
? made a business trip to LaBelle Mon
ands of feet of the ex- h
church here Friday night. Marshall showing the beautiful grove but carried square space meeting at the Methodist church, be- P R

r r r<;= day. Yenawine, sang, "I Love You Truly" us to his home and showed us lititois this year must center their ginning on Wednesday evening" Jan. 0 p
attention on enteiing quality products '
accompanied on the piano by Miss a large herd: of 'goats. Some of these 22nd. gf
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Powers spent this rather than quantity, 1
Marion Leydig. The impressive ring oats cost Mr. Goodno one hundred year Mrs. E. M. Cornette will entertain
several days of last week in Palm Superintenlents Turner and Rose
ceremony was performed by Dr. W. and fifty dollars. They are beautiful the Jueen Esther class, in her home I S ,
Beach visiting relatives.- have announced.The .
f. T. Bailey in the presence of a numberof and according to Mr. Goodno the mill: Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. | 4
exposition will chiefly consistof Q
friends. The couple left immediately I' is worth seventy five cents a quart. Mr. G. Small of Clewiston was a I N1Pt
Mrs. Banks of Jacksonville arrived county and }Florida A. and M. Col- .
after the ceremony: for a short I It Hendry county and its political business visitor in LaBelle Thursday 1
Wednesday and will spend the ego exhibits, a flower show, mdivilual -
'' VVJ* wedding trip after which ,they ,will situation could be brought ,closer together The LaBelle Parent-Teacher Association :
: Hv winter with her daughter Mrs. Kat- farm exhibits and art handiciaftv" '
wa make! Clewiston their home. for the betterment of the and met last Tuesday eveing at'
:r. tner.' The home demonstration
Bounty regardless of what politicalr
,3izire culinary department will occupy the

.. ;Neil Stewart returned :Monday fromSavannah C'L t.=iXlr1'tTn a i iUiUh nJ E' T=pr) it I not"tion be long controlled before the the county entire it county would, entire: second floor.. To provide additional (

; space -the lunch room department I II Il
5;; : : Ga. ,_ and Cocoa where he would be placed"among: the leading \
I formerly on the second flooi\ Satisfy him with \ \
.has' been for the past several days. FOLLOW I; \ 1 PLAN OF (".mtip-s of thn st-:tf\. Henry For is, will be quartered outside of the '

. .1'!'erescd] in' this rmintv.
,. Tom Shelley motored to' LaBelle_ ts'B (iJ { -, i Collier and B. G. Dahlberg.: Luilding.: : l Pure Guernsey Milk
\ K IDEA The A. and M. college band, ori -
Wednesday. He was accompanied l1t.].. With men of this caliber interestedin ,, ft
: c<--i, an-1 quartet: : will fake an r 4 (
S back by Max L. Christie, of Jacksonville any thine: there is no ren'"on.whyIt 'ac-I V IV N.*.* t r fcTRl"
; -- ""o inrt In the daily programs I :
who will be here for several houd! not prosper.: from the
the members of these organizations !
days on business. State. Chamber Urges
will !l"? provided with dormitory ac-

;: Communities To Take commodations on the grounds. ,
r' '. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz spent the BIRD FANCiERS Tl{ ,
Work will begin placing the eXhib- I _
Babson Plan.
K week-end in Miami as guests of rela- Up
its and preparing the booths on G d

4. tives. SEE VERY UNUSUAL! January 15, Superintendent Rose an i .-
The State Chamber of Commerce, -tS: i iCLEVISTON
no nres. :
Dr. and J firs. B. A. Bourne announce from its Jacksonville office, has sent _

the birth of a baby boy on Monday. out a special bulletin to all chambersof DISPLAY AT FAIR

commerce in Florida recommending RURAL COMMON SENSE \ DAiRY COMPANY

C. W. McDonald made a business that 'the l Babson ,plan be used in
':. ; .trip to Everglades City: on Tuesday. each community early in the year. plumed canaries and ornamental WHICH FARMERS SHOULD II Sugar-land Highway> Phone 333

"The plan in brief", says President
birds, prized pets of Florida bird' GIVE ATTENTION IN .1931
W. C. Davis of Gainesville is Waie, "is to have the chacks passedin : :: = :: :: :< :: :: = :: :: :: : ::: = ::
vfSit.1 fanciers, will make a colorful dlspla'yat
i:% '. ing his sister Mrs. E. R: Pace the community for the period of
the South Florida Fair and Gas- There are a number things that
campaign. Everyone agrees to ''''> ,
5'w 1.-=': '' ';:: ;
parilla Carnival, February 3 to 15, help us in our farming in 1931
Mrs. Wra. McLure was a week-end pay a debt with such, checks as they will
: when the annual competitive shO'vwill should be given consideration -
$ :: .. visitor to Ft. Myers the past week. get. Nobody will\\ hold one of the and that
be held. .
near the first of the year whenwe
checks, more than twenty-four hours '
Last with Mrs. W. R. Bonacker -
year, making our plans for the
are -
E. W. Wernes returned Monday and will not send them out of the -- -
as superintendent, the bird show To mention all of them would
after in West community.At year.
spending two weeks
'f was inaugurated as a new department hardly be possible in one short article
Palm Beach on usines s. the end of the campaign the last I
of the exposition. The unexpected interest and too, there are certain local prob-
; man holding the check cashes it. ....' '
from bird fanciers has necessitated lems which farmers In each section .
Miss Frances Monroe spent the Each check should be made out for "' .'. .:. ,
the expansion of the depart- should study. However, a few general "
r past week-end in West Palm Beach the
; sum of ten dollars and there
of .
ment this year. Talented parrots thoughts are given here. .
a : ', as guest of Miss Gladys Nowling. should be at least fifty checks in .
many species and nearly every variety The supply of soil moisture Is one

%4 -- circulation in the, con.muiity. o canary including) Rollers, Hartz1T of the determining factors in the suc-
S Mr. and Mis. M. C. Bigg spent Clewis ton might try this plan "antf .
mtain Norwich St.ndraeslurgs
Yorkshires, ,
:: Uf '
farm '
failure of our crops.
, ., ,- .' Sunday in West Palm Beach with at l least several hundred: dollars worthof \ and crested, have been"nfo cess course or we cannot regulate the rain- A HOME AWAY FROM HOME .

''r v friends., debts could be paM with f'es? r''d. NOt only will nrizo birds be fall, but we can help to conserve J

ten dollar checks.: The merchants' selected but cash awards will be
t moisture for a dry period. Nothing .
"' ; Lelr.nd Perkins, Louis Reverie and mi C'ocJafJou wo'fd do good to consider made for the largest and best displays will determine the capacity of time TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSYou

Jr D. O. Hatch spent the',past week-end: this matter as It may clean upa of the various species. soil for holding water more than .. k

in Palm Beach r considerable amount of small debts. vegetable matter in our soils. We t

Tho checks can be applied on larger need to keep growing legumes on our \

'r Paul Beam made a business trip. accounts if desired, the object, is to NEGRO DEPARTMENT lands to supply vegetable matter.

,, to Orlando Tuesday. pay as many ten dollar debts as possible These legume crops also gather nitrogen -

during the two weeks the campaign AT FAIR IS MAKING{ from the air and help to keep can get a room and board at-,our hotel 1 that ..

5; 4: : Louis Morgan and D. G. Alston is run in the community. our soil rich. They make our soil :

-:- S made a business trip .to Palm Beach UNUSUAL RPOGRESS easier to cultivate. and furnish food will make. you feel at home.CLEWISTON'S (

'. Tuesday. for plants. Our crop rotation plans
boYs TO FL Y OV1N .
should include all the legume crops .. .

Mrs. Jeff Bradley who has been TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 14.-Plans lor possible. ':.. :.. .' .: ..

t-; teaching \\l the school here resignedthe MODEL PLANES ON' the negro department of the South More hay anl1llObe-grown feeds are ; -. '. ',' ,

past week and- left Sunday for Florida Fair and Gasparllla Carnival greatly needed to help reduce the'' ,

,, .n : West Palm Beach where she has accepted SATURDAY FEBJ 7 began to take L%ape this week with cost of keeping: farm animals and

,;,.;_.. ; Jw a position in the school there.J. the arrival of Superintendent W. A. livestock. There are a number of legume POPULAR..'HOTEL

S Si ,r ;R. Rose, Dr. R. R, Williams of Tampa crops that make good hay and .,. ,- ,
J. I{. Baker motored to Orlando TAMPA and President J. R. E. Lee and A. A. we should use thorn. Among the good "

::', Tuesday on a business trip. Fla., Jan. 13.Florhla'sjuvenlJa Turner of the Florida A. and M. college legumes for hay are the soybeans. ,
aviation enthusiasts will We should give attention to marketing '..
( -
Tallahassee: who launched their
inning at the South FlorIda

Mr. and Mrs., Eugene F. Powers program of improvements. during the year and try to
::: Fair on Saturday, February 7th, I have our crops coming on the market THE WATANABE HOTEL
were ;dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Following a conference with fair

'.: '.ritff#:>' R. A. Shaw Monday night. when a state wide flying model con officials, the negro executives inspected pt a time when they will bring'good .; : \ .5. 5
test for under 16
'' ( boys years of age
order of the
is the
prices. Cooperation
'' tho two story building which : "
r ;J t will be held as a feature of the Juvenile : lav.
Mrs. O. G. Moore, from Nashville. annually houses their exhibits- Although < ,,
day festivities.
t ; Ga., arrived win We should, of course, give our chUdren : '
F. ; Friday and be the Fifty dollars in cash tho building provides thous- '.,. :
prizes will be :
f '.! guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Connell the very best chance possible, I .'
awarded to the boys designing and competitions. 1) .
them in their
I:' for several days. and phould encourage \ '
bulldtnn the best flying model The routes it" open to every boy chili work! which will help to make: -- --

planes. The contest will be held on residing in Florida who Is under 1Cvnrf (;, rand farmers and farm women out
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Shirley of Pahokee
Saturday morning in the infield
or of Entries to be made
age. are
of them. In counties where there arc
:1 .l i were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.. auto racing course and e3ch'youth
through the aviation the
editor of nT>nts. we should keep In touch with
,, {: R. A. Shaw Sunday.. ,
: will fly his own ship in the S
Tampa Times. .
our agents, and let them help us. _
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THEATRE the peel, and roll it in sugar. bitterness from orange peel and the stick the ham so the old cooks advised boys so happy in their heallful. convenient country, Instead of moving to town
BUTCH To make a product that will stay olyl part of lemon rinds may be grat- because it would let the Juices and beautiful country homes and cities at the first opportunity.

soft much longer follow the above ed off to make a more tender prod out. (By present methods we would that they will want to remain In the Virginia P. Moore.

FEATURE NATIVE method, and add 1-4 pint of clear uct. Oranges may also bo cut m advise to cook the ham 20 minutesfor

corn syrup along with the sugar. This slices, cooked in a heavy syrup, 2 each pound.)

method will require slower. cups sugar to 1 cup water. until Lot the ham cool in the liquid; skinit
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DANCING AT FAIR I and the crystallization; point cooklng'l'I .transparent, allowed to drain, and then pat all over the ham a mIX- :: :: :: :: :: '.=.= :::: :::::::= ,

to reach. rolled in sugar.TENNESSEE. ture of equal parts of cornmeal and f t
Another method is to boil the sug- METHOD FOR brown sugar Well mixed, dot cloves BAKERY .
TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 15.-Inez
ar and water until it will spin n BOILING HAMS over the ham, and brown it in the
Armour, famous esthetic dancer, will .
thread. The peel is then added and oven. It Is good' to the last crumb.

feature the entertainment numbers cooked until transparent, poured into bo'il- Patronize home industries. :.-
to be presented in the Holland The. The old Tennessee mtehod of your .
containers and allowed to stand for HOME IMPROVEMENTThe
atre of the little dutch village at Ing hams has been handed down from
10 days It is then lifted from the syr-
generation to generation of good
the South Florida Fair, February 3
up and placed on a rack to sun fora cooks. J. BRANTLEY & SON
to 14, Klaas Dursma, designer and people who seem to feel de
builder has announced. few hours. This product should remain The ham should have been cured pression the least, and who talk the

More than 100 dancing students, in good condition for an indefi- properly and after lying in salt the least about it, are the ones who are

trained in the art of presentation Of! nite time. required time It should have been on the soil and in the farm homes;

national folk dances, will participate Kumquat Chips smoked with hickory wood, very who are producing their feed and

in the daily programs under the direction I I' Clean 1 pound of kumquats, spriklo gradually lasting from 30 to 40 days. food, and the ones who buy wisely

of Miss Armour. with 1 tablespoonful of soda, and cov- (No other wood was considered quiteso the necessary clothing and up-keep: I r School Day LuncheonsHealthful I.

The duth theatre is one of the er with boiling water. Let stand for good.) The ham should be at least for the homes.

many: attractions that has been con- 10 minutes, pour the water off, and one year old when It is boiled. Plan To Fill a Want

structed in the life size village, a rinse through three changes of wat- Recipe for Bolling Ham Many women are beginning to thinkof and Simple

replica of the village of Edam, Hol- er. Cut the fruit Into quarters, and i Wash and scrape the ham, and budgeting their time, and budget- Snacks Children Like

land, in the year 1COO. drop into a boiling sugar solution, soak it in ccld water over night. ing life income and expenses. Thereis for Noon Meals

prepared by dissolving 1, cup of sug-- Place a bunch of sweet smelling hay no better way for a woman' to be-

ar in 2 cups of water. Boil for 30 in the ham boiler. Add enough waterto gin a budget than to really want

MEXICAN CHAMP minutes, allow to stand and the next cover the ham. Add the following something In her home in the way of to give Jimmie or Mary .

day boil for 30 minutes in the same seasoning for an 18 or 20 Ib. ham: improvements and work towards get- WHAT lunch is one of the prob-

WILL RACE AUTO solution. Place the fruit on a platterto One cup of dark molasses, 1 cup or ting an extra supply of money in or- lems puzzling many mothers of l ri Fi< I I Ij14

dry. Then it may be rolled in sug- brown sugar, 1 large or 2 medium der to accomplish this end. Sometimes school children this winter. The

ar. size onions, quartered, 1 cup mixed school child's lunch i is usually a
by economizing, every member hectic meal whether it is eaten at
AT TAMPA FAIRTAMPA Lemon and Orange Peel spices. of the family cooperating in this home or at school. In either case,

Rough lemon and sour orange peel Place the ham In the boiler, bring economy, they can begin to save up it is often a quick snack, an eat- _

may be crystallized by about the the entire mixture to a vigorous boil. here and there are produce by raising and-run meal. They are too busy,
Fla., Jan. 15-Sliano Fitz- same method, as grapefruit. Two I Keep the boiler covered. When the litter or too excited to bother much about
a of pigs, flock of poultryor
gerald, daredevil Iowa speed star, changes of watershould remove the I bone shakes the ham is done. Never food.
a good garden, and soon have a :
who last year invaded Mexico and The problem concerns more than .
won the national championship, has sufficient amount for that new stove, giving them the food they like, in /Ic
running water in the home, lights, the variety they _want; it also in- Cheese, mashed and moistened -
filed r.n entry for the automobileraces paint on the house. improvements in volves giving them what their with cream. \. .
Salads Winter
I in ]I
scheduled as a sensational Tasty remodeling, and even a new home. active young bodies need. Pimiento cream cheese.
opening program for the 1931 South
__ Think Out Definite Plan Sandwiches, the most, popular Peanut butter moistened with
Florida Fair and Gasparilla: Carnival. items in the lunch box taken to orange juice.
.One of the best oi!
February 3.Fitzgerald. Fresh Vegetables Not ways school, are best for the child when Chopped hard-cooked egg, celery
has notified fair officials Needed In These Cold- ? F. towards home improvement is to plan made'with cereal breads, rich In and mayonnaise.Egg .
i 1 and think the
plan through. The ones vitamins and minerals.
that he will spend the next, two i) salad with chopped dill pickle.

weeks tuning up his machine on the Weather Foods who are not familiar with the ques- Vegetables, such as baked beans Coconut, chopped dates, nuts and

sanda of Daytona Beach's famous tions to make one think on home improvement (in a small:: glass jar) and celery, orange juice. ..
because of their great should ask the*- or celery stuffed-with a soft cheese,
record course. Several other speed SALADS county Crisp bacon, cabbage leaf and may
growing popularity, are
the lunch. If the
I be packed
home onnaise with thin slices of sweet
demonstration agents or write ,
stars who are invading Florida this now all-the-year-'round favorites child carries a thermos bottle, a
Instead of summer-time delicacies.In f, }jo ?ate ''Home Demon ition of- pickle.
winter also made with
are at the belch getting hot cereal beverage,
the cold-weather months we : Tallahassee for these Tuna fish, or salmon, celery, cab- '
ready for the annual championship ( h fice ques milk, will provide needed nourish-
leaf .
bage and mayonnaise.Cold
need these zestful appetite-pro- ,
battles here. tions.! Begin making plans on one ment.
vokers quite as much as in sum- meat or meat loaf, sliced thin.It .
While entries definite line of home improvementfor Desserts in theschool:: lunch box
are pouring in for the mer. And although vegeta- is Important that the child be '
contests tract experts, under the di- bles and fruits are not generally 1931. As soon as one thing is ac- may be fresh, canned, or stewed given the following foods every

rection of Superintendent T. D. Wai- available surprising in cold number'of weather,delicious we finda complished there will be other im- dried cream fruits.tapioca Nourishing gelatin desserts coconut, day, not necessarily at lunch time,
probements that will to but in the three meals
you :
die are revamping the oval.
things to take their places. One wholesome plain cake, gingerbread -
w plan for. Do your patriotic duty 3 to 4 servings of milk.
winter-time favorite Is: by little sponge cakes, cookies
TO HOUSEWIVES establishing at least one definite and other healthful sweets will be 5 servings of graham or .whole
HINTS Tuna Fish Salad wheat bread.
,demonstration In your home in 1931.: enjoyed at recess time.
1 plat boiling water; I' package 1 serving of egg.
lemon gelatin; & cup celery, finely General Hints on Winter Salads LTTTvis visualize beauty convenience Sandwich Fillings popular with 1 serving of potato. '
CRYSTALLIZED CITRUS chopped; :2 pImientos, finely chopped; '
Vt green pepper finely chopped; 1 teaspoon Choose a combination of winter thrift, cooperation in the fani- children, and at'the same time con- 1 serving of unrefined cereal.
There aremethods for crystallizing onion juice; Vi teaspoon salt; fruits or vegetables that will be ily, and the live-at-home program and taining needed health-giving ele- 3 servings of butter.
citrus fruits that will preserve the dash of Cayenne; 2 teaspoons horseradish colorful and appetizing. For example ments, are: 1 serving of sugar or other
drained; 2 cups tuna fish link up production and conservationwith
product for a long time, but when it flaked. combine apples with grated Cottage cheese, chopped olive and sweet.
carrots, or garnish apple salad'I the home improvement plan-
Additional servings of of
is for immediate consumption quick Dissolve gelatin In boiling water. mayonnaise. any
with pimiento. ning. Then we will stop thinking hard these foods be chosen.
methods may successfully be used. Pour thin layer into loaf pan. Chill I Cottage cheese and jelly or jam. may
Meat and fish salads are excel- limes, and we will have the'girls and lor
until firm celery, pimientos -
Grapefruit Peel ,
lent in winter because these foods
Select bright: fruit with a thick green pepper, onion'juice, salt combine so well with celery, apple \

peel, and wash" it carefully. Break of Cayenne vegetables, and horseradish.in mold. Cover Place with% and fresh other salad plentiful foods.such When let- .111111. II. m .1111. ..-. I) illl .1111 IJ. .. II....11. "

the oil cells by grating the peel lightly. gelatin. Chill until firm. Add tuna greens, as
tuce and watercress, are hard to
Remove the peel,, cut in narrow, fish and another layer of gelatin. obtain, use the tender inside : E
Chill again until firm. Add remain-
slices or shapes, and weigh. Then leaves of cabbage Instead.
ing vegetables and gelatin. Chill
cover in water and Pickles served with salads in
boil for 10 min
until firm. Unmold in %
serve '
utes. Pour the water off, and repeat inch slices on crisp cabbage leaves. wintertime are particularly ap NEW SPRINGTHAT ::
petizing. When using canned ... ... -
Serves -
three Garnish with mayonnaise. : :
times, or until as much of the fruits, drain thoroughly before -'
8. :/
bitter flavor Is removed as desired. Another popular coldweatherdish combining with dressing or arranging :.... \ '. : "
Dry the peel lietween folds of cloth. is for serving. : : : ':' ,' '
: Garnishes for winter salads are: .. ; ; '. ::,< I
For each pound of peel add 1 1-2 Mediterranean Salad : .
Pimiento or green pepper rings, S3 ;" .' .
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pounds of sugar to 6 ounces, of water. 1 grapefruit, free from membrane slices of stuffed olives, slices of '. 'r'".; :' '-_-,. C nA: }.,. T -. ,'": ..
Dissolve the add the and cut In sections; 2 oran,tj, free I :... ,. '
sugar prepared from membrane and cut In sections; ; red apples, with skins on; cucum .-''. ;.,...... ,)J ..
peel and cook. until the Syrup is absorbed 10 maraschino cherries haired; % cup ber pickles; hard-boiled eggs; m ,'..' .,,-....., .
; "
If the peel is cooked in the mayonnaise. beets or other bright-colored vege- iI! ', '' .
Arrange grapefruit and orange tables; maraschino cherries, wholeor J ; :; .. i HERALD .
sugar too lone; it will be hard and un- I A .
sections and cherries on crisp inside in sections; shredded coconut;
attractive. A good test is to roll a leaves of cabbage. Garnish lemon slices sprinkled with chop! =! :: < : DELIGHTFUL NEW

piece that has cooked transparent in with mayonnaise. Serves 6. ped parsley.. ,. SEASON./ ; =
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utes it stiffens enough to retain va- ..... .-=- ". ."' .

rious shapes it is sufficiently cooked. ''c'c .

When this point is reached remove : Coats that are new. coats that smart ...coats that are' r ::

The BEST Gray Hair versatile for sport or dress wear! Here is the point at the =

Remedy is Home Made / = elbow or cuff, of course-there 'is the belted waistline. ., !' .

To half pint of water add r

box one ounce of Barbo bayrom Compoundand ,small ( = here is the capelet collar. just look at them and see for ::

one-fourth ounce of I TilE.Ieading

glycerine.put this Any up or druggistcan you can j BIIY IfJ yourself just ,how very smartly they stress all these new =

l mix little it cost.at home Apply at to very the tire = fashion trends for Spring!I They have that "certain something = .k11

hair twice a week until ki .

the desired shade is ob = that proclaims Paris. and Kermans little
tained. It will gradually darken'etre&ked'f&ded price =
or gray hair and tnako toft i .
end Rloaiy. Barbo will not color the Bcalp, npHERE is a margin of superJL III that thrift! x ',fn '-
means :
a not sticky or greasy and den not rub off.OVJ. >/;. a

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