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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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;:VOLUME. 5, NUMBER 38 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FKIDAY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931 PRICE:FIVE-=-CENTS

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,:'V. Reorganization i Group Announce Plans Are Operative I





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RAY DREBLO IS KILLED P.-T. A. TO HOLD SPECIAL I

DRAINAGE DISTRICT NEAR WAUCHULA SATURDAYRay MAYO CLEARED OF MEETING AT SCHOOL FRIDAY,I AWAIT- JUDICIAL



TOLD CANALS ARE I killed Dreblo Saturday, 29.,near of LaBelle Wauchula was CHARGES OF FATAL local Election P.-T. of A.a is new scheduled president to of take the ORDER TO TAKE

I place at the next meeting of the or-
when his motorcycle collided with
'I an automobile driven by Hosea Al- ganization to be held at the high ACTIVE CONTROL

FOR RECLAMATION britton, mail carrier. ARNETTSHOOTING school building next Friday at three

o'clock. Mrs. Houze present presid- _
Occupants of the automobile were ----
ing officer will file her resignationat NEW COMPANY WITH $20,000,000
NINE MILE INCLUDED IN CANALS uninjured. Officials investigatingthe AFFIDAVIT OF" FEDERAL AGENT that time to take effect immediately
; -
accident said that Dreblo's ma- READY, TO. TAKE OVER
PRESENTED
TO SHO'VJUSTIPICATION
RECEIVED FROM I. I. Mrs. Houze plans to move
chine has apparently skidded into VAST BUSINESS
from Clewiston within a few weeksto
FUND TRUSTEESThe
the car driven by Albritton. They
her home in Chicago.
said the accident was unavoidableand Bud Mayo city marshal for La- Clewiston citizens returned to
Tentative plans for the annual
Everglades Drainage district re-
no inquest was held. Belle, was this week freed o( chargesof their vocations with renewed vigor
., is not primarily interested in the use ception for teachers will be presented -
<. Dreblo was one of the first sus- killing Raymond Arnett, when his at Tuesday when it became known here
for other than the special meeting, Mrs.
:: of its canals objects
(., pects arrested in conenction with the case was nolle pressed at request of Houze said. that the reorganization plans of the
reclamation, the board was told
LaBelle bank robbery some weeks the state. Mayo was being tried in Southern Sugar company han been
; ; Tuesday by Attorney W. I. Evans. The local unit of the P.-T. A. has
':''" ago but was released soon after- circuit court of Glades county. The carried to a ,successful conclusion.The .
; Evans and F. C. Elliott, chief engi- always played a leading role in the

neer for the district, were instructedto wards. shooting occured early in January, civic activities of Clewiston and it is first official information of
Arnett dying in a Ft. Myers hospital the reorganization from
came
an announcement
-
that
draw a summary of their recom- expected a large number will at-

mendations to be presented at the a few days later. tend the meeting. "A cordial invitation sent out by Bitting.,
CHANGES MADE An affidavit of Louis DeNette Inc., who have
IN had
complete
next meeting of the board for its is extended to all parents, teachers chargeof
special agent in charge of the Bureau ,all reorganization
consideration.The and friends of the school," Mrs. adjustments.The .
of Investigation of the Department Houze announced. announcement, carried in other

board's action followed the I SCHOOL FACULTY; of Justice in Jacksonville was columns: of the News says, "the plan

presenting of several points by its presented in court to show that Ar- and, agreement dated April 1, .1931

''" attorney. In his suggestions to the nett had escaped federal authorities FALL GOLF OPEN for the reorganization of the South-
board Mr. Evans said the board is TO OPEN MONDAY
three times and was wanted by the ern Sugar, company has been de-

not directly interested in the levelof officials of the ,Jacksonville office. clared, operative."

lake Okeechobee and is not con- The affidavit introduced tes- DATE ANNOUNCED
was as Under the
plan the
cerned with its elevation or reduc- TEACHERS TO BE ON HAND FOR name of the
timony to show that ,on a date pre- company to take over the
tion of the canals of the OPENING: OF SESSION assets and
by use '
vious to the fatal Ar-
shooting liabilities of the Southern
Everglades Drainage district; that MONDAYTwo HERE FOR SEPT. 21 Sugar
the primary purpose of the canalsare nett the Department of Justice had 1 company is the United States Sugar
Arnett's arrest and
requested warned !corporation a Delaware
for last minute resignations in corporationThe
for reclamation and not nav-
arresting officers that he was a dangerous .-
igation. frost prevention nor fire prevention the teaching staff of the local school character, the warning issued URGE, ALL SCORE CARDS TO BE new company a $20,000,000

but that the board would';kept school officials busy this week I by the Jacksonville officers further TURNED IN FOR HAND- concern is perhaps the largest single

;I- issue permits for canal water to be to have a full corps of teachers on 'stated that Arnett would not stop ICAP RATING business in the state and has 'approximately -

1 pumped onto abutting lands for hand Monday whn the term begins. one and a half million
at murder to prevent his being taken
these purposes with the understanding Miss Mary Drew has been namedto I in custody. Additional stimulus is being ,in- shares of stock owned by investorsall

that once the water had been removed take the place vacant by the last jected into Clewiston golfers this over the country. No definite
I Arnett was wanted by local authorities -
from the drainage district minute resignation of Miss Sara week when announcement is made date was set in the original an-
at that time for ques-
I canals the board would not longerbe Green. that a fall handicap tourney is to nouncement; for the completion of
with series
tioning in connection a
responsible. These provisions are Maurice G. Langford of Lake But-I of LaBelle breaking and entering at- begin Monday, September 21. The final detail of the reorganization -

subject to revision in cases of emergency ler, former principal of the Canal prizes to be offered in the tournament plans but it is generally expected
tempts i as well as for being impli-
the attorney told the board.Elliott's Point school. arrived in Clewiston will be announced at a later that the receivership will be dis-
j cated in an auto theft ring operatingin
: solved
'Tuesday to complete last minute de- : by court decree within a short
1 suggestions were along Lee County. Arnett on his death date.All
score cards to be turned in time and the new company will ac-
, the same lines adding that he sug-"tails and arrange schedule'of classes. bed in Ft. Myers confessed his partin are

gested the board make no contractfor Up until the News goes to press fin- the auto thefts, but claimed no to Blate Brothers in order that' proper tively take over the management of
the
work unless funds were availa-!al assignment of classes are not an- connection with the local robbery attempts handicaps may be ,determined. All vast enterprise.
players are requested to playas While last minute details are
ble or arranged for.: nounced. These will be completedand be-
will rounds as possible betweennow ing worked out by the
a full corps of teachers be '- many representa-
The board voted to accept 65 milesof According 'to' press dispatches '
and the opening date of the tives of the new mechanics
on hand Monday morning to begin concern
canals from the trustees of the shortly after the fatal ,shooting, Ar-
tournament, with each card properly will be overhauling
internal improvement fund. The the term, Professor Langford said. nett was arrested about 20 miles huge sugar
attested and placed on file at mill here in preparation for
twelfth
With the eleventh and grind-
canals are actually a part of the I from LaBelle near the Glades county

?a Everglades Drainage district and in- grade pupils attending school in La- line by Mayo. Before approachingthe Blate Brothers.The ing.
Belle all attention will be turned to local course is now in excel- Men are to be added to the
:::A elude: Nine Mile canal, near Clew- car in which the LaBelle mar- com-

.... ''iston, Snapper Creek, Cypress Creek making the Clewiston school one of shall was riding, Arnett abandonedhis lent shape with a crew of men work- pany's payroll'from time to time until -

Snake Creek, Tamiami connecting. the ranking junior high schools of own machine and hid in a clumpof ing to have al lin readiness for the I the harvest season is going full
awarded opening round. For the past two I blast.
the state. William Allen was -
Beach-Hillsboro
Palm ttoEs.
connecting.
palm : Mayo was accompa-
Palm Beach laterals A and Band contract for transporting the high nied by a Mr. Nobles who was as- weeks an increasing number: of golf The Clewiston mill, with a dailyof

Big Mound canals. school students to LaBelle.A sisting the marshal in the arrest. It fans have been seen on the course 400 tons of raw sugar is to oper-
full nine month's term of schoolis set'fire and it is expected that with the ac-
On recommendation of the newly was necessary for Mayo to toArnett's ate at top speed when the season
i to be held in 'Clewiston this year, tivities of the sugar mill soon to be-
elected general manager A. W. hiding place in order to gets under way about the middle of
gin others will return to the city in
Young, the board discussed plans for according to school appropriationsmade smoke him outas; he emerged from December, it was stated by officialsof
time to enter the tournament. The
at the last session of the legislature -
I the palmettoes Arnett leveled a 38 the company.The .
sale of drainage district equipment,
tourney is not limited to residents of
in which all schools of the
.. including dredges, boats plows and calibre pistol at Nobles and Mayo plant and equipment of the
the city. but is to all who have
I state are guaranteed eight months. open
other equipment. The recommendation fired, the Bullet piercing Arnett'sneck New United States Sugar corporationis
played the course.
I shoulder. listed at four and a half million
was made. Young said, in view and

of the fact that only maintenancework I Fort Myers CompanyGets I dollars; value, of land owned by the

will be done by the district in RASH IIOSIIONO CELEBRTAIONIn First Dyking Contracts company: approximates $7,500,000.IOth'er .

the near future and that the equip- Dredge Contract assets of the company bring
celebration of Rash Hoshono. To Be Awarded TuesdayBids
ment would depreciate and become 'I the.. total to approximately $14,000-
Jewish New Year, Blate Brotherswill 000. '
valueless unless disposed of. The
The Gulf Construction companyof
sale of equipment would not include low be closed Saturday until 6 p.m. will be opened in Jackson No definite plans have been an-
Fort Myers was apparent I
I The proprietors of the store Victor for building nounced as to the personel of active
fire fighting equipment owned by bidder for dredging 175.000 cubic ville, Tuesday contracts on,
reli-
the district although leasing partsof and Herbert Blate will attend the first six miles of dyke workto management. However, it is expected .
yards from the St. Lucie river be-
gious services in West Palm Beach. be contracted'on the Lake Okee- ,that practically all employees of
the equipment to the various tween lock number 2 and a point .

counties within the district was proposed below the Palm City bridge. Lieut. chobee-Caloosahatchee flood control! the company located in Clewistonwill

s Col. L. V. Frazier, United States dis- EAST BEACH TEAM and navigation project Bids are continue with the new company.
: being filed with the U. S. Districtengineer's That the reorganization would
A financial statement of the dis- trict engineer stated in Jacksonvillethis
"" office there. succeed was known here for some
trict showed available funds September this .
1 to be 61908. Bids were opened Tuesday on this FIGHTS HARD FOR The first contract work will begin time but announcement was with-
held because, of the possibility ,that
---- link of the Florida Coastal Inter- soon after the awarding of contracts,,

NORTH LABELLE RESIDENT coastal waterway project. The Gulfcompany's according to specifications on file at;some' unforeseen difficulty might

f WINS GLADES SCHOLARSHIPOf bid was 10 1-2 cents per 12 INNING GAME the sub-engineer's office in Clewis-'arise to cause its postponement until -
:
after the harvest season this year.
cubic yard. The total cost of this ton. '
The reorganization were anx-
group
interest the residents of the particular link in the system was Contracts to be awarded by the,
ious to assume control of the mam-
INNINGS NEEDEDTO
southern part of the will be at $26,000. THREE EXTRA
county placed approximately Jacksonville office Tuesday coverconstruction )!
1 moth enterprize in time to harvest
UNTIE SCORE IN
the appointment of Miss Rosa Daub. worw on the six mile
this year's crop and used every precaution -
-. of North LaBelle, to the scholarship RAINFALL AND TEMPERATURE LABOR DAY GAME I unit between Clewiston and Moore! :i 1
| to prevent any leakage of
for Glades county for the Florida Haven: 'I
REPORTWeek Carrying a fast and furious, jambup .information that might cause undue
jr. State college for Women at Tal-
ending September 6, 1931 ball game three extra innings While contractors are estimating I postponement of the reorganization
: lahassee. The scholarship is for a I cost of construction work to be encountered -
CLEWISTONMax.
I East Beach's club emerged victor- ,plans.
four in Education.
1 year course : Min Rain ious over the Clewiston Cane Breakers on the lake dyking pro-I No definite conclusion had been

Miss Daub, a graduate of LaBelle Monday ..............80 78 on the local diamond Labor day.ject. the government forces are reached this week by officials of the '

high school, will leave for Tallahassee Tuesday... .......... 92 82 I with the heavy end of a 7-4 score. continuing with the construction: 'company as to the continued ,use of

Monday to enroll as a freshman Wednesday....... 92 72 The game stood at 3-3 at the end[ six experimental units, each 1000 I:the gigantic cane harvesting ma-

1 at the state college. Thursday ...._.....91 74 I of the ninth when the extra frames Meet long, at various intervals around,!]:chines used, for the first time, last

I Friday ......__...._... 90 75 .05 : were necessary to untie the knot. ,the lake. The first of these units I season. In harvesting the.c op last

t..v LANDIS RULES ONLY BONDS Saturday ...._......... 90 67 I The knot was untied but not in keep-,'was completed near Clewiston ,a, ,few year 15 of these machines were

PAST DUE' USABLE FOR TAXES Sunday ........._.._. 92 72 Ing with the wishes of the gallery weeks ago, and now workmen are i|[placed on the. fields to cut the 40-

Breakers supporters who had cast> !giving the section section six. a top1 OOOacres of cane in Hendry and the

In an opinion handed down this I Rainfall for week .................. .05 lof aside, all other plans for Labor day'dressing to bring the 21 foot mound adjoining counties of Glades and

Week by Carey D .Landis. attorney Previous rainfall ----.............. 28.52 ,,to witness the hoped-for victory over lof rock, shell, and dirt up. to spe- Palm Beach The machines were

general, only bonds which are past I the Pahokee and Canal Point outfit. cifications. Experimental section (Continued on page 4) '

due or other obligations in default Rainfall to date .................... 28.57 Clewiston had an enviable recordup "unit number four. located a short :

may be aceptable by counties for redemption SOUTH BAY to their casting lots with the distance east of Clewiston, is now BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF

I of taxes in any bond plan. May. Min Rain Palm Beach county league. Mon Ibeing erected by federal forces. A THE NEW COMPANY

\, Landis said that bonds not, yet due r on day.............. 93 72 day's game marks the third succes-(surplus of .85 feet is being allowed I I

r cannot be utilized in payment of Tuesday............ 92 72 sive defeat for the breakers. "It II for shrinkage Present ,plan call Under the reorganization plans

,1. taxes. Wednesday .. ...._ 90 72 must be the, jynx" is the statement for a rip-rap of rock at the base ofj I i the following men have consented to ,-

Thursday ............91 72 .35 frequently heard from supporters of each of the sections and a sodding I act asa- board of directors for the

SUMMONS BEING SERVED Friday ...._.........91 69 1.05 the local club, who have in no wise with some sturdy grass to prevent United States Sugar Corporation..

Saturday........... 90 70 .95 lost faith with the ball playing pro- erosion. Frank L. Allen, Clarence R. Bit-

Witness summons were being Sunday ._............90 71 .10 clivities of the cane breakers.
MIAMI LOCKS ting H. S. Covington, W. C. Doug-
served here this week by Sheriff H. The scheduled game in West Palm

L. Delaney. Witnesses are to appear Rainfall for week ............_:.... 2.45 Beach Sunday was postponed after Rainfall for week __............ 1.65 las. George M. Myers, C. S. Mott

"1 '-1 before the circuit court which Previous rainfall .__.._..____...... 24.97 the east coast city waited through Previous rainfall .................. 24.81 ,Harold B. Reed J. H. Roberts. N.
t .1- convenes in LaBelle Monday, September seven hours of rain. The game will !F. Russell, Howard Selby, and For-

H; P 21.'L Rainfall to date ...................... 27.42 be played on the local lot. Rainfall to date ...........i........ '26.46 I rest P. Tralles.

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TWO CLEWISTON NEWS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS money in the pockets of some enterprising -I Shall we play for 50c on the next trouble. I sembling decayed fish. In a short ."

business man. hole too. Ed?" Thedisease causes the death of time after the infection starts the ,

Published every Friday in ClewlstouFloiida This week we are almost forcedto After the final. or 18th hole, the the larvae and pupae (young bees) I I entire colony will be infected. ."

by ,the CLEWISTON NEWS, balk, kick over the traces and golfer adds up his score and stops
foul-
at the same stage as American Killing the queen in a colony and
Inc. cast our good resolutions into the when he has reached 87. He then I
brood. The-main difference in the after 10 days introducing a'nother'seems
wastebasket reserved for poetic con- has a swim, a pint of gin, sings ,
'
Entered as second class matter, odor. The foulbrood odor Is some- queen to help the colony to .
tributions. This week our attentionis "Sweet Adeline" with six or eight
February 1.. 1927, at the Post Officeat what like old brew while the new(I recover for a time but the disease l
called to a budding industry that other liars and calls it the end of a .J A
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act disease has an odor more nearly reWELCOME reappears later. -
some pun maker is likely to referto perfect day.-Hardware Trade: Mag- I 'r
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of Mareh 3, 1897.A .
as a "racket". We refer (with azine.

newspaper devoted to the best shivers of fear) to the canning of "

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. rattlesnake meat for food. SEPTEMBER BEST TIME

Its leading newspaper. Every man to his taste, has been TO PLANT SWEET PEAS

for long the crisp reply to an endless FOR CHRISMAS BLOOM ,
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Subscription rate: per year$2.00 '
debate. Personally have
we never
Outside of State of Florida .___..$2.50 tasted rattlesnake meat and it would,I. Gainesville, "Fi;=''September and

'October the months ... ; .: '
Advertising rates furnished on ap- take a bit of encouragement to are' for planting] .; :";-' > tVE'
plication. change ,this lifelong practice of total sweet peas for winter flowers, says I ." ;"
abstinence. :W. L. Floyd, professor of '" .:-. ,'/ :f; :-.
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Business office. Clewiston News, To the gentleman in Arcadia who I:ture in the College of Agriculture.! <: \ ARE GLAD 'TO :WELCOME

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and first started the rattler canning business -[Those planted in September

Advertising, same. we will listen to all arguments.:make flowers by Christmas, while
those planted in October should ,THE OFFICIALS OF THE
that say the poison of the snake is
Telephone 339 in no way a poison o$ his flesh, and bloom in January. AND EVERY
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with lips untouched by rattlesnake The seed should be planted from U. S. Sugar CorporationAnd
WELCOME UNITED SUGAR meat we say "success to you. friend, three to four inches deep. A trench SUCCESS TO

...:..-- but not for us." I!!should be dug the desired depth

In today's issue we announce the .' o !I land the seed dropped in about two United States SugarCorporation wish the new organization

completion of plans for the reorgani- WHAT IS GOLF? finches: apart. They are then covered all success.

about two inches the
deep leaving
zation of the Southern Sugar com-
.
Golf is form of work made expensive '
a remainder of the soil in a ridge be- -
which is replaced by the '
pany enough for rich men to en- ,side the trench. As the seedlings begin 4I

United States Sugar corporation. joy it. It is physical and mental :I to come up the soil is workedover

This announcement has been exertion made attractive by the fact' them until the ground is level. Civic Center Cafe I

looked forward to for practically a that you have to dress for it in the II The soil on which sweet peas are

year and is being received with $200.000.. clubhouse. ,to be grown should have plenty of Successor to White's Cafe
great ovations by the citizens of Golf is what .letter-carrying,
organnic matter. In addition, about A.. &: B. Groceryand
Clewiston who are solidly behind digging and carpet-beating ditch-I one pound of commercial fertilizer
the organization. If those three tasks had to be
new should be used for each square :yard Market
To Inc. formed on the same hot afternoon in. Select soils
Bitting, reorganization 'planted. the heavier
manager.. Is due the greater part of short pants and colored socks bye for sweet peas whenever; possible. ad- -::,- / ;:' .:. Hopkins Building

the praise for carrying out the plans gouty looking gentlemen who require -vises Professor Floyd. .," .' .,.--

for the building" of the great company :every mood.a different implement for I When the plants reach a heightof '::5ft"! : '. ,:'. erI

upon the structure created by
two or three inches they should .
I ,
Golf is the simplest looking game
the Southern Sugar company. Thou- be thinned to a distance of four
in the world when decide to takeit i
you
sands of stockholders, as well as I I inches ap rt. Light poultry wire
after
up and the toughest looking
creditors of the old Southern Sugar makes a very good trellis. The plants
you have been at it 10 or 12 years.It .
company had to be enrolled under should be watered at least once a
the plan to formulate the new and ,is probably the only known I week during dry weather, as sweet
game a man can play as long as a I
better United States
Sugar corpora- peas require a large amount of
quarter of a century and then dis-
tion. To contract with each individual ;:water. I
cover that it was too deep for him
stockholder required patienceand in the first place.. If her spiders or plant lice attack IIIIIII a[ lllllllilllllffifiailillM i / I i I i I\1ft.1lll1llll1l1lrl\ 1111111111 illl rf I ill I i1i1lU111 careful but the reorganization
research -
A golf course has 18 holes, 17 of the plants, spraying and dusting will
that it
manager proved and put in be necessary. Dust the red spiders
which are unnecessary :
had not been amiss in making the .
selection of the competent house. to make the game harder. A "hole"is 'I with sulphur and spray the lice with -1

The thousands a tin cup in the center of a"green" tobacco extract. I
of stockholders are
I I
residents of every state in the Un-
ion; they could not be seen personally A "green" is a small parcel of Looking to the FutureIt

to show the plans and seek their grass costing about $1.98 a ,blade ; has been well observed that we
and usually located between a brook, I should treat
approval for the new company. In futurity as an aged friend
a company of so vast an extent as a couple of apple trees and a lot of from whom we expect a rich lepacy/ Our best wishes for
unfinished excavations.The I Colton _
:
the Sugar compny, diligence was necessary :'
idea is to get the golf ball ,:' ;,
'
to
out the plans with-
carry I .
from a given point into each of the Doing One Best '- .
out lass to the creditors. All this .
strokes and the Success of "if, j
fewest
in the
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detailed work has been completedand cups : No man is without some quality by ;:
the announcement Is officially the greatest number of words. the due application ot which he might -
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must not be thrown, .. .,-
made that the United States Sugar The ball deserve well of the world; and who

corporation is a reality.A pushed or carried. It must be pro- ever he be that has but little In his I

year is a long time for individ- pelled entirely by about $200 worthof power should be In haste to do that

uals to wait not knowing the out- curious looking implements espe- little, lest be be confounded with him
cially designed to provoke the owner that do aofilnir. Johnson.
come of the receivership of the can -

company, and it was only the stout- Each implement has a specific i .A.-
golf- OUTBREAK UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION .
OF
hearted ones who, with never fail- purpose and ultimately some SERIOUS ;

ing faith, stuck by the guns to make ers get to know what the purposeis. BEE DISEASE FOUND IX I

the United possible. Every one who They are the exceptions. FLORIDA AND GEORGIA I

has stood his post during this pe- After each hole has been completed i iI

riod of apparent uncertainty showed the golfer counts up his strokes. Gainesville, Fla.-A rather ser I I

the attributes of a hero., who, know- I Then he subtracts 6 and says, "Made ious outbreak of a new bee disease.. I

that in 5. That's one above par. resembling foulbrood, has been ; :" .,", .i
ing his duty, carried out his workin /:: ,,, .
:-
,
efficient fashion. found in several counties of North :3. "

__ Florida and South Georgia. Hundreds I
There were those. of course, who, f \. 'ioC:'JI7rl..rJt<}L"'; I.l\ I
because of lack of faith or who had of colonies of bees have been I
plate Brothers'
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killed
by the disease. and a far
turned an attentive ear to the calam- .
ity howlers, folded their tents and .1.adm I'greater number weakened to such an 4
silently stole away. Some of these extent that they will be unable to

perhaps had good and sufficient 'gather a honey crop, according to
A 9ife 'R. E. Foster, apiary inspector with
reasons for being afraid of the re-
orginazation, but they were like the BEST the State Plant Board. Mr. Foster
tJ iwith Jas. I. Hambleton, senior apiculturist -
foolish sheep on the mountain side .b
is bfe I with
which could see far across the val- f the U. S. Department
[of Agriculture at Washington, is
ley the fertile green lands but upon CHEAPESTTHATCSWHVITPAYS: r
leaving his own grazing ground to \ !i making an intensive study of the %:;;:illlilllll||!! t :illlllillll| !! :;''lj\\\:;>:l1 lllllllllll! \ 11I11111I1I1" A IIIIIIIIIIIIItm llllllIllIlillr II'IIIIIIIIIII' 11I11I1I11111loI<'l\

seek the delicate bits of grass in the i TO HAVE YOUR

far pastures found that by looking LAUNDERING DONE AT. 1:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N tt M tt N l N l N l N:N:1<-< back at his old location it, too. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. ... ..
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seemed luxurious with grass. In a The Clewiston Laundry ?'' ?.,?
moment of indecision he ponderedthe .:..}.. ,.toIII
question as to whether it were :

better to retrace his steps to his old Our laundry service is

location or to take his habitat in the planned to eliminate years: of III orporation. I
far distant fields. For hours he The United States
could not decide. First he wouldgo Morry; from the housewives of _: Sugar j.H j.:

toward his old home ,and then the Everglades. Our service has -
stop, only to look back at the far
pasture. The story goes that proved its worth. You can depend 8 v?

the sheep hesitated so long that be- upon our laundry work. vv V
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fore he could reach either place .... +..
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other sheep had taken pasturage on ._.:. ,"" .'" .. ',; : :.
Our prices are reasonable. .:..S. -,' I '" 'f'!" ; "

would each of allow the fields him to and enter.neither group :;:*i: :: :: '.- We are heartily in support of ,"j .. -:, ? : :

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To the brave belong the spoils. .: Y ;:' -- .
New life is being injected into the CLEWISTONLAUNDRY ;:::;: "-; ; : .' of your new organization and .- \:;;- ..- *

town of Clewiston, the sturdy ones : '. ..

who have stayed on through all reorganization inc.EL n : wish you every success. We wel- I\ : j
preparation will be on
PASO AVE.6 SAN BONITA ST. '
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the developments field ready soon to benefit to follow from the CLWISTON filh FLORiDA X:4:i:: I ;: il come you to Clewiston i and thca, ,:":::f.:::9 t'J:I


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The :
United States Sugar Companymay ., "".'" .
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be assured of a hearty welcometo r4ourSnow >Vyhitp Laundry .= ,.,', Everglades ," :' ". > "

Clewiston. : :; : :: '',:: :,/': ''::.t-'Y: : : x.Clewiston .:.:, ;'J: '''' :*I:

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FLORIDA'S NEWEST INDUSTRY "t .,: .. -., '

:;::;: -" .. : In seeking to do our share in the .:..f. ...'."' ',' .:.
building of Florida it is policy of 666LIQUID fA ;
a
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the News to make special mention of .

new enterprises and industries, not OR TABLETS 1
only in our own territory but in the '
Relieves Headache Neuralgia inCo .O! Supply rnpmy'( _
a or
state as a whole. The News does not .=..=/ I
intend to be narrow-minded, and just minutes, checks a Cold the first

because a new industry does not day, and checks Malaria in three .
happen to suit .... kye
. our gastronomic fancy daJ'!!. : ; '!
it not sufficeint reason for fail- ?.i
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ure to mention anything that means 666 Salve for Baby's Cold .)'y:. ,. ... f..A.W.S.'.. ,.. :-. :. .TH"i :'--:- .. .:.. .:": :..:.....:..... ,,:..=..:..:..:....:..:...,...:..: '
employment for out citizens; and WWHtt" .. X MK-VY % ...... ..........
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1931 CLBWISTOIT NEWS '
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.::. G post for an evening of dancing at ,riot caused by they Jews, Paul and "Then the priest of Jupiter, which Paul had consented to the ston- :

: Belle Glade. I I Barnabas were driven from Antioch was before their city, brought oxen ing of Stephen and now Paul is I
Personal Mention of r Neither the promoters of the Belle !j land went to the city of Iconium and and garlands and would have doneas stoned for teaching the same doc .
: Glade dance nor the Clewiston ball preached in the synagogue. "But the gods.. Peter prevented Cornelius trine. i

( .ce.1i.. -j jI : club were aware of the announcement unbelieving Jews stirred up the Gen- thus prevented the sacrifice to them I
I i of the other when placards tiles, lang time abode they sacrifice."
:: Jimmie Waffe spent the week end first announced the dances to be speaking boldly in the Lord, And Then >>-
the Apostles ran In among
kin West Palm Beach. held at the Clewiston Inn and the when there was an assault to the
: people, saying they were not Seed PotatoesFOR
4 legion hall in Belle Glade. Monday j them despitefuly, and to stone from worshipping him. (Acts 10-26), I
J Dr. J. W. Ezelle spent the weekend night. It has been customary for'them, they fled to Lystra and i
gods, but men like themselves, and FALL PLANTINGNo.
in West Palm Beach. residents of Belle Glade to attend!JDerbe, cities of Lyconia and unto and see James 5:17. ,
dances previously given in Clewiston the region'that lieth round about:
"And there thither 3 BLISS from certified Wisconsin
came certain
M. A. Thomas spent the week end and for 'Clewistonites to attend like and there: they preached the gospel."
Jews from Antioch and Iconium, who and Nebraska Stock,
in Miami visiting friends.Mr. festivities in Belle Glade. Ben Ro- Then today's lesson begins.
persuaded the people, and. having Wiito us for prices. Can furnish -
gers of Belle Glade and Ed Butlerof I
"There sat a certain man at Lys- stoned Paul, drew him out of the any quantity.
consolidated'efforts ,
Clewiston forMonday's
and Mrs.: L. F. Perkins
were
tra, impotent in his
feet who
never city, supposing he had been dead.
week end visitors in Miami.A. dance which was declaredto r
from stand- had walked. Howbeit, as the disciples stood J. NOONEY & CO. Inc.P. .
be a success every
E. point. The same heard Paul speak: wko,, round about him, be rose up and O. Box 835: Jacksonville FLa,
McDonald of Orlando was a furn-' steadfastly beholding him, and per- came into the city: and the next
Music for the evening was
business visitor .
here Saturday.L. ished by Chamberlain's Star Dus- ceiving that he had faith to, be day he" departed with Barnabas to J -C
healed Derbe.
ters orchestra. !

C. Stiugis spent .Saturday inVest I Said with a loud voice, Stand up- .* * ............................ .. ..................
Palm Beach visiting friends. i. ":""":":""J"MjwM>"J""":":":":":":":":":":":;: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.
right on thy feet. And he leaped
and walked." ? ?
Mrs. C. L. Downs was a visitor in 'unbar c jooJIton | $
And there is no mention of syn-
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West Palm Beach Friday afternoon.Mr. :
agogue in Lystra, it is probable that A A Welcome 1 To Cl eWlS t on--- 'V
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the Apostles preached in the streets
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and 'Mrs.' A. G. Small spent XI
at the market place and other points .. ,.' :
Monday in LaBelle visiting relatives.
where the people gathered. The I I
FOR SEPTEMBER 13, 1031 lame man had: perhaps, heard Paul : ..
u. L. Dix visited friends and rela- '- '
speak before this occasion. Paul t *
tives in Jacksonville over the week- Subject: Some missionary exper- :: We Extend Cordial Welcome i
end. iences. saw in his attention and expressionthat i a to :|:
the man had faith in Christ,
GOLDEN TEXT: Blessed are they and therefore spoke to him individ :s: the Officials and Employees of ::
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and chil- which are persecuted for righteousness :ually. .

ville.dren spent the holidays in Jackson- sake:, for theirs is the kingdomof I Paul "said with a loud voice," Y Y ?_

heaven. Matt. 5:10. not only that the lame man might v v I
LESSON TEXT: Acts 14: 8-23. hear, that the attention of the multitude -i
Dr. and Mrs. Marcus D. Waldron '
CENTRAL TRUTH: The Gospel might be drawn to the miracle 1 I
z The United States ::
af-ternoon. cannot succeed by compromising the about to be performed. When ,
principles laid down by Christ. Paul said "Stand upright on thy T V -

l. -- ........ A. J. Kellar arrived in Clewiston INTRODUCTION: Today's lesson i I walked.feet," the" lame man leaped and | .'{. ... Sugar Corp. ,I Iy : 'I

.., \ 'Tuesday after an extended visit in' tells of the advance posts visited by ;.cL.'..... ..
This sudden and full recovery was v. J.
.Louisiana. Paul and Barnabas on the first mis- '
recognized as involving supernatural ? ?
sionary journey. From Antioch of ..
Philip Peterson was among those(Syria those missionaries had trav- powers, and "the people" in their ::: .:,;.,'.. ., i
spending the Labor day vacation in elled to Seleucia. the seaport for local speech which Barnabas and t, : .
Jacksonville.F. Antioch and at the mouth of the Paul did not understand, said "The ::2 f. : Civic Center Barber Shop :|;
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Orantes river, thence they had sailed t Gods are come down to us in the .i.1 ",* NOLON D. CONNER !
W. Hooker of Bunnell spent 125 miles westward to ''Salamis on likeness of men. And they called y 4y -
several days of this week in Clewis. the east side of the island of Cyprus. Barnabas Jupiter and Paul Murcurius. .. >
y
not on business. then they went westward through ." Jupiter was regarded as y v

j the island to the City of Paphos, "Father' of the Gods" and Mercuryas ........................................................................ ................+...........................................................................I'"r .....................................y;
A. L. Hackett returned Tuesday where the Roman governor resided the messenger, quick to speak.

!. from a few days visit at his home and where the sorcerer Elymus op- ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :! ;..:..:..:..:..;..:.-:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.-:......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:":": :":":":":":":":":":":.':":":":":+:":.
in Brunswick Ga. posed Barnabas and Saul, and was Y
made blind. From Paphos they left v '_:

W. T. Bitting of Philidelphia returned the island of Cyprus and sailed Y Y '_:
to his home after a stay of northwest to Perga, a seaport of Y
I ten days here on business. Asia Minor,. and in a low unhealthy ::: ''+ ," :i:

: region where Paul probably con- \< ,
I E. L. Simpson, of Venice, was tracted malaria which long troubled ,', l- 1


acting among Mr. business and out Mrs.of here town W. this C visitors.Worth week.trans-and turned him Paul Pisidia..went From home and northwest,in Perga while the John Synagogle Barnabas to Antioch Mark Paul and re-in II: ::: '>:i 1; r :; .\:; i i ji i* : 7.::: 'I


Miss
Catherine Smith weekend I
were ,
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'set out in the .. .,., .
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.visitors in Jacksonville. I preached a sermon as + Success' .. .t;' h., '.''.;.-,.'';,.'' -> ....... .. ...;f.a.,, .'
J '. 13th chapter of Acts. Through a ::i: Every \'. -.9;::: :: .:": ':" : ::

I W. B. Whidden and George B. Al- c

I len of Tampa were among the out of ::2: To The United States Sugar Corporation .,. ::
town visitors here this week. _.. __ __ .
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I Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent the weekend THE :!: And a most hearty Welcome to its officials' ". :'." ::

I and Monday in Tampa 'visiting ... .:.
her father, P. N. Jacobsen CLEWISTONCAFE I .. -f ..
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J. R. Billing of Lake Butler, ac- :
companied his sister, Mrs. M. G. I : '
Langford and Mr. Langford to Clew- i ;: ; i

',. iston Tuesday. \1r: 'ri. ; : : : ,


Paul Alston -left Monday for Au- Joins in Wishiug ;-);::;=: :':.. .WATANABE HOTEL "
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burn Alabama, where he will enrollin .
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the A. P. I. He was accompaniedby Success to 'I. -:':-;:,,:' : .""';'''' .'.'. ,!,';" ;:. Mrs. Claude Downs, Manager .:.





....\::- Mrs.hours a Guy visitor his the Alston.Monday.M.brother twelfth in Strayhorn Clewiston Dave judicial, states G. circuit wor Alston attorneyfor a, was and few States The United Sugar III I. ; t.{ ,t t f : lY, .; .: ,," :::, ::.: II



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Miss Dorothy Nowling, of West h
J. Palm Beach spent Friday afternoon
',' in Clewiston visiting friends Miss I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:.

former resident of Clew
Nowlng is a .:-

iston. .q ':..: :":":":":":'-:..),:":":":"1"rrr:":":":.': :":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:
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Mrs. L. L. Lowe and daughter, PRICES x: 0 Y.
Jewel. and Mrs. Urie Waldron left

Tuesday for Lake Placid for a ten One Price To All :
days vacation. They have taken a :: .. ::

..'. cottage near Breezy Point. GENTS HAIR CUTS __....__.35 .:. .J B. & B. Cash ;tl;' / .:s.

-- _.... i > Grocery- : ;i'\'J'. :?:
'. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice G. Lang- LADIES HAIR CUTS .25 :: :: ;\ ,.

:::: ',., ford arrived Tuesday from Lake CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTS .. .25 +.. : '.: ';.;. { '. )-\', :::

,: Butler to make their residence in SHAVES ..._...._....._________ .20SHAMPOS .. ,. .. ," .r.:.
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: Clewiston. Mr. Langford is principal :

! ,...., of the Clewiston_school. AND FACIALS i is Solidly Behind thee NewOrganization :: !<*<:' !

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Mrs. T. B. Shelly returned Monday CIVIC CENTER "
)1)I from Daytona Beach where she BARBER SHOPNolon ::: and Wish S UC- ; r' :::

I had been for the past week visiting '<'; .
, her mother, Mrs. E. E. Kelly :: 7" : 't.i.
D. Conner. Prop. !? : toThe ___ ::.
She was accompanied home by her :.i.: '.' cess : r-.; .:.

husband and father who spent the :!: ,} : : : i :!:
I week end in Daytona Beach. .; :/

Mrs. George Augur and daughter, PATENTS 'I \t United States Sugar: :';0 ", t ::

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,, \, Jean. have returned from Jacksonville 'I Sell your Invention or patent by: .:. ."f'. i.., .' : : :;:
where they have been for the exhibiting your model or drawingat ,,;
past two weeks. They were accompanied the Second INERNATIONAL PAT- :: Corporation : :;:

to Clewiston by Miss Louise tENT EXPOSITION, Sept. 14 to 27, Y
Pollard and Joe Pounds who, will],I CHICAGO.. Thousands of manufac- f
be guests of the Watanabe for sevAral turers and patent buyers will inspectnew '
days.CLEWISTOX. devices and patents for marketing -
Rates $1 per dap 14 days, entitling 'j B. & B. Cash Grocery I
AND LEGION POST you to 14 feet. If you have no
UNITE FOR LABOR DAY DANCE: model, drawing or description will

The problem of what to do when I. have do. Send time. for If not free, send pamphlet$14 with if you descriptIons _:: "A Florida Institution" :s:

two dances were scheduled in nearby and drawings and we wills t +

towns on the same night look after your patent interests. B. Y.. .. ., .. ..
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solved Labor day, when Clewiston'gball I Hamilton 'Edison, Managing' Director .i.Y
club decided to join forces with l International Patent Exposition. b Y
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FACE FOUR CLEWESTON NEWS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1931

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REORGANIZATION GROUP er our inclination to kick a man WAUCHULA WOMAN; HAS hand. It reads: "Received of Nicho- .

Bumper Crop of Pine ANNOUNCE PLANS COMPOTE when he is down. I. POCKET BOOK MORE THAN, 1 las Roddick seven hundred and fifty -
"Yet at his death his proverbialluck t dollars in full payment for a negro -

Predicted for Season (Continued from pagt. 1) was,with him. He goes below i TWO HUNDRED YEARS OLD girl named Charlotte, about

more or Jess in the experimentalstage just as the whitening frosts and!I I fourteen: years of age. which negro

A recent survey conducted by at the early part of last grinding chilling winds are ushering in a !! This week Mrs. C. L. Turner, who I warrant sound in both mind and t

members of the Florida Forest Service season. and did not function long and tedious season for the good I lives on South Dixie Highway. body. I also warrant the right and

indicates that a bumper crop of] with, entire satisfaction. However, who ark left. As was often the I([brought to the Advocate office an title of said negro against myself
longleaf and slash pine trees will! as the problems were met, new ad- case when in life and in jail, he will'old family relic that has been hand- and all other persons whatsoever.

be produced this Fall. These pinesare justments were made and the ma- keep warm and comfortable at oth-:Jed down to her. It is a pocketbookand I Jan'y. 5,1852. In "interest whereofI

Florida's leading commercial chines were declared to be a success ers expense. Well so long, Sam,, was bought on February 12, subscribe my name, J. Crouch. P.
trees. Already some cones are beginning before the crop was finally and so long as it is long. good luck." 1782, and no doubt has a long and H. McCann, test." -

to turn purple, which ian ed in April. If the machines harvest-I I might add that Mr. Murphy denies -, interesting history behind it. The third receipt says: "Rec'd

indication that the seed is almost used this year it will give employ- he was the Montela correspon- The pocketbook. which is more on from N. Reddick eight hundred and

ripe. Just before the conescalesopen ment to approximately 2.000 labor- dent of the Sullivan County Review the order of a billfold, with several twenty-five dollars it being in full

the cones become brown in ers. 20 years ago.-John O'Ren in the compartments, belonged to Anthony payment for a negro girl by the

color. The survey was conducted Even in the event the machinesare Baltimore Sun. Lewis according to a notation in it. name of Ginny, about seventeen

in order that a supply of seeds can used employment will be given Three receipts for money paid for years old. which negro I warrant to

be obtained for raising pine seed- to hundreds of men necessary to It's Side-Splittins slaves are in the pocketbook, and be sound and healthy in body and

lings in the State Forest Nursery at conduct the harvest and grinding of I A European scientist predicts that have been ever since it was handed mind and free from all encum-

Raiford. These seedlings are distributed the enormous crop of cane. within! five years we shall bp able\ to down to Mrs. Turner. brances whatsoever and a slave for

at cost for about $3 per Public sentiment in Clewiston is split an atom, And to think that a The receipts are dated 1850. 1852 life. This December 15, 1857. JamesG.

thousand by the Florida Forest Ser- heartily supporting the new company few years ago we sneered at people and 1857, respectively, and bear the Whittle, adm'r, Q. D. Whittle."
vice for planting forest areas 'and and cooperation is assured to
every for splitting hairs!Hpveland
Plain
notation Bibb county, Georgia. The pocketbook is well preserved,
abandoned'' fields which cannot restock the new officials by Clewiston resi- flea ICr.
readily because of the absence dents.NEWSPAPERS. One receipt, written on a fine as are the receipts and evidently was
of seed treees. I Whish Broom j grade of paper that is perfectly pre- made of fine leather. It is con-

Enemies such as fIre. hogs, and ARE NOT AS To renew the life of whisk brooms, I served, reads as follows: "Georgia,, siderably larger than pocketbooks
Bibb Nov. 7. 1850. Received today and would make a pocketfullwere
the ends off county, -
clip tie
rodents ,will cut short the life of SIMPLE AND DIRECT AS even, a rag around
the broom, holding It from Nicholas Reddick esqr.,, it. to be carried around.
the small longleaf trees after the THEY USED TO BE straight, and ;
seeds germinate in the woods. Even soak In hot suds for.an hour. 'five hundred and seventy-five dollarsin Who is next with some interesting -

though longleaf pine lias "asbestos" The modern newspaper lacks full payment for a negro girl old relic-Wauchula Advocate.Lommei'cIal .
much of the simple direct style of named Rosina about ten years o1
buds fire not only stunts the growth
the earlier journal. Maybe the age. I warrant the said girl to be
of seedlings but frequently kills ..is+:luel'Y
change is for the better, but there I sound in body and mind. I also warrant .
them outright. Longleaf buds, however It has been discovered that the
are times when I doubt it. An example I and defend the title against al I hot
do not develop the "asbestos"qualitr mineral waters of Bath 1 England, will
which I got from my most To The--- !claims whatsoever. A. I. Orr. Test
: until they have gone thru _. permanently tint glass und It seems
pacific friend Farmer Murphy, is JT.: A., Harris.
two growing seasons. possible that the well.knovn healthy
of clearly one of the most remark- |I. Another receipt is dated Januar
Fire also is a deadly enemy resort' may becomp n famous glassy -
slash pine seedlings; this tree is an able obituary notices ever printedand !15, '1852, and is written in a flower staining C'C'nt',1I
abundant produce rof gum and affords was ublished in the sullivan i
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great possibilities for. news- county (N. Y.) Review 20 years ago I r 'C'I
from its Montela (Ulster cunty cor- UNITEDSTATES I
print production. .
respondent. It is as follows. I

says State that.Forester with the Harry abundant Lee Baker pine "Sam Lobdell is dead. Some days [ PPJRE..QLEAR $ LH

he was striken with poisoning
seed crop of this year, many. of) ago
Florida's forest acres will become from a wound in the neck while I V' U Y lltJ

restocked with young pine trees if fighting with his wife when he was SUGAR
drunk. Doctors Grindle, of Eureka
off the
fire and hogs can be kept
Nature and Butt, of Claryville, were in attendance -
area for the next two years. ,
but despite their utmost CORPORATION
if given half a chance, will do our ,.
planting for us. In order to let Na- efforts the poison spread until as a .y { '
last resort they used the knife. The Y :
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forest Jr.
ture do it, many owners of
to operation was of no avail, however !
land are taking the precaution -
fire md now he ain't here any more. '
keep out fires by ploughing
breaks, a procedure which the Flor- "Sam was a unique character. I fir: 4LI
ida Forest Service endorses.. Only once in a generation is a community We Wish You Every -
pestered with such a human I

COST OF LIVING HITS--THE viper, such a moral; he was the'I Success. II I II I

unsolved conundrum, 'What is he II
LOWEST MARK SIXCE WAR
good for?' His only virtue was the I

stability of his unrepentance. Booze- ,
The cost of living stands at its
I fighter, liar, wife-beater chicken II I
lowest figure since 1918. II DEPAFtiMENI ? =
'Department of labor figures show heif.. egg stealer, dope fiend, profane I
that it dropped farther in the first and vile of speech to the pointof Fears' Grocery j OMPA%I q t'OZ

half of 1931 than in any six monthsfor nausea, he was the trademarkof ,
sin, the sentinet emblem of vice, Phone 353 i
a decade. ,
with crime but workbeyondhis
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Food prices led in the general
capacity. He was' even worse, ,. f: "t.. : :"%u. t i ts33 -* @ &es3-< ..
tumble that left its mark on every \
but he has 'gone hence, and is nev- aIi
group of items in the family budget.

Since the turn of the year prices ) ..
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decline 13.8 per cent in the food C: -tt,. !Cfi ,

group; six per cent in house furnish- Ii Congratulations to

ings, 5.5 per cent in fuel and light, Going to t9

4.6 per cent in clothing, 3.1 per cent
in rent and 0.7 per cent in ,the mis- TYBEE or JACKSONVILLE BEACH? se I 111 iiU
4
cellaneous group. R
STOP AT I
The butcher, the baker, and the All
landlord were given less by the buyer HOTEL SAVANNAH Il 4

but the dollar showed only a 4 1'4
slight increase in its value to pay Ga. -

the doctor, the dentist and the barber i HOTEi SEMINOLE ,

I The organization and
new a
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These last three were numberedin ti Jacksonville, Fla. ,

the miscellaneous group which MODERN FIREPROOFIN
showed the slightest decreases and 0 cordial welcome to its' officials
EVERY ROOM
included street car fares. motion pic- ,' .' ".' /.i
Radio Loud Speaker Rates Posted on Door tt Clewiston.
tures, medicine and to -
newspapers
.1
Electric Ceiling Fan Soft Water rr?
hospital care; spectacles, laundry, '. ,o.j'
telephone rates and tobacco price. MOST CENTRAL ,LOCATIONSt 1
Ijf. .
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at its RATES ' Iii
The high cost of living was H I
peak in June, 1920. and 1931's drop WITHOUT; BATH $1.50 UP FS : i;< :

marks the first time since then that WITH BATH $2.50 UP ] ; <: ): 1 ,
/c. ; : :
prices have come more than half A CHAS. t :
P. BJ./ GRINER, Mgr. ..
towards the low = ,' 1ft
way down the scale I 14 '
of 1913. on which the labor depart- pgtg; g gtqgg.sts gtgcgg .
I
ment bases its comparisons. Y .
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Though a
tered in rents and the miscellaneousgroup

these show an increase of I H

5.3 and 2.6 per cent, respectively, in 4 Iii '
the 11 years since 1920. 'd i FIRST BANK( OF CLEWISTON;

Since the peak 11 years ago cloth- y r

ing shows a decrease of 49.2 per i la
We to Welcome '
cent; food 46 per cent, house furn- join : '
39.5 cent and fu land 1
ishing goods, per
fv r-; i j't j- }}' ::t ,.:t Jt3
light. 3.8 per cent. ;
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Labor department figures were .. ;.
based on prices obtained from 51

cities on food and from 32 citieson I

the remaining groups. Each I The United States REORGANIZATION OF .
was weighed according to its import Sugar Corporation I

ance in the family budget and compared ,
with an index number, com- : i pt The Southern Sugar Company

puted on prices in 1913. of 100. 1

The index number in June, 1931, ; !

was 150.3, a drop from 160.7 in a Deposits of claims of each class against The Southern Sugar
December, 1930, and the lowest fig- And assure them. of every Company and of Receivers Certificates and of each class of stockof
ure since Decemver. 1917, when it. i The Southern Sugar Company and of The Clewiston Company
142.4. Fi / having been received in sufficient amounts, the Plan and Agree-
was ment dated April 1, 1931, for the reorganization of The
Simple averages of actual sell- i been declared
co-operation. Southern Sugar Company has operative.
ing prices showed that the retail Claims, Receivers Certificates and stock of all classes will con-
cost of various articles of food in / 'L =,. tinue to be accepted for deposit under the Plan and rights of sub-
the country had declined 20.1 per f 11 scription may be exercised in accordance with the Plan. In viewof
cent since last June. Starke Tele- the anticipated consummation of the Plan at an. early date,
Jli however, the Reorganization Manager reserves the right in its
graph. M absolute discretion to terminate the acceptance of deposits and/or
ti. u subscriptions at any time without notice.


Strawberries Highly Popular are grown Fruit for homE Clewiston Motor Co. REED, ADLEr & CO., BITTING, INCORPORATED,
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use In every state In the Union and Associate Reorganization Manager, Reorganisation Manager,
commercially In nt I lenst!: half of them ,724 South Spring Street, 52 Wall Street,
.P w Los Angeles, California. New York City.
Nothing to Stop Them

Some. people's minds are so open Dated: September 3, 1931. .

that an Idea goes clean through 5 !i! 1''

them. _, (,
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