The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00341
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 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
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System ID: UF00028415:00341
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Monday, October 26th. Herbert BITTING SAYS NEW ISSUE TO
Blate announced this week. BE READY FOR DELIVERY
CANCELLATION MACHINE Due to the fact that many ol' ABOUT JANUARY j

,: ........ : INSPECTION those qualified were unable to play Work as started last week on
j. Service at the Clewiston postoffice last Sunday, and a few rainy after- Petition for a final decree direct-
The city of Clewiston commission was improved this week by the installation noons last week prevented others construction of three side tracks for ing the sale of the assets of'the

completed a meeting last Friday at of an electric cancelling from completing their play, the time the Southern Sugar company, one at Southern Sugar company and its receivers -

.. which the first ordinances were machine, which was secured by Post- I was extended. The leader of the each of the weighing docks of the will be made before Judge

given their final reading and adop- master A. W. Lawrence in order to tournament cannot be definitely determined company in Glades county. The workis George W. Whitehurst on November i

tion. These ordinances, nineteen iu facilitatehandling the vast amountof until all filed 4, by P. G. Bishop and J. Doggett, i
scores are
being done by the Smith & Conner
number, are now-posted on the bulletin letters sent from this office daily with those in charge of the tourn- receivers of the company it was
board at the door of the city i Construction company, of Fort My-
the The made known
during harvesting season. ament At the end of the first 54 this week in the
hall for public inspection. new machine has a cancelling capac- holes. Harrington. Duff, Shelly and ers publication of a legal advertisementto

The first group of ordinances are ity of 400 letters per minute. I Alston were closly grouped near' the Six trucks and a crew of men are that effect.

merely organization measures neces- Already an, increased amount of top of the list. With an unusally on the job and it is expected totake That the reorganization of the

sary to set in operation the city letters are handled by the local office I good round either of the four fore- about six weeks to complete the company is successfully drawing to

charter. The first of these is the.1 daily. and thc( postmaster is most contenders could step into work. This will mean a great saving a close is also shown in another
:adoption of a corporate sealThe expecting a continued increase from winning position, or could drop to to the sugar company as it will

:entire group were" introduced at the day to day.FIRST third place. facilitate the loading of cane from nouncement by the receivers calling

initial meeting of the commissionon Plans are being considered for fos- the field cars to the railroad cars. ,attention to November 20th as final

October first and passed- last Fri tering another tournament by the I date for the acceptance of all claims

day. ROAD DEED Clewiston Legion post at an early! against the receivers of the com

Included In the ordinances are date. The legion tournament will CLEWISTON WATER pany. The notices are the culmination

those necessary ,to preserve the be played off as match play it was I of continued efforts on the partof

peace in' the newly established city. GIVEN BY M'LEOD said. II GETS HIGH RATING Bitting. Inc. reorganization managers -

provisions for the establishment of to close out the receivershipand

6' a city fire department, and setting CORE DRILLING MACHINE continue the operation of the gigantic -

.. -.' ;i. out a schedule of occupational Ii- FOR NEVI HIGHWAY MOVES TO MORE HAVEN SITE r H1ALTH BOARDSTATE sugar plantation here as the

.:. ctnse taxes for- places of business d. United States Sugar corporation.The .
Having completed core 'drilling
within the corporate limits of Clew- OFFICIALS BUSY PREPARING
plan and agreement dated
work on the east shore of Lake
iston. DEEDS TO ROAD RIGHTOF Okeechobee the U. Score drilling CHEJliST: REPORTS SAYS April first were delcared in operation

/ Business licenses as provided for WAY barge number one was being moved SUPPLY IS "VERY GOOD" a few weeks ago. and preparations -

/ in ordinance number eight are low- this we-ek past Clewiston to resume! AFTER ANALYSIS I to continue the sugar industry

I er than for similar businesses in in South Florida has been financed
(Moore Haven Democrat) work near Moore Haven. In moving I
/ other towns in the Glades. A few of the machinery a small rocky Following the regular inspectionof ,since that date by the new corpora-

I\. the licenses taxes are given below: On Tuesday, October 20 the first reef was encountered in the lake water supply, conducted by the : tion. During the past few weeks a
deed was "signed sealed and deliv- State Board of Health. Clewiston's
seat- small of workmen have been
Automobiles for hire which delayed work of the equipment army
red" to Glades county for right-of- water is reported officially "very
I ing capacity of not more than five. for a few hours. The bargewas engaged in repairing and recondi-
way for State road 67 (Joe Peeples good.
Billiard tioning the machinery and equip-
$2.50; barber shops, anchored near the government
I highway) in the Diston Island sec- The official report of the state :
stores ment of the here in orderto
tables. $2-00; confectionery warehouse here Wednesday after- company
fountains. $2.00. ,A few tion. Wm. McLeod made the deed board follows: have all in readiness for the be-
$5.00; soda I noon to prepare for the work on the
and gave the land, approximatelyone "On October 13 we received from 'ginning of grinding which is sche-
businesses, classified everywhere I south west part of the project.
undesirables draw a larger licensefee. acre, without: cost. you two specimens of water for duled to take place in December.The .

fortune' tellers, : State road engineers last week bacterial or purity examination.These .
clairvoyants, arrival in Clewiston of Ralph
palmists etc, who expect to do business I completed checking the legal descriptions MINSTREL SHOW specimens were packed and Faulkner, inventor of the Faulkner -
shipped in standard water
in Clewiston will be required! of the land needed and the your cane harvesting machines used

J.I to pay $25.00 per year for the privilege board> of county commissioners and cases on the twelfth and received by :on the plantations here, marks

of doing business here. under Mrs. D. S. Weeks clerk, have been GETS UNDER WAY : us on the 13th. 24 hours later. another step in the progress of the
"Samples collected from the
'1 ordinance eight of the city. busy getting the deeds drawn and were sugar industry. Mr. Faulkner will
following points: Lab. No. 5224.
The city hall was temporarily established ready for the signature of the indi- :have active supervision of repairworknOWbeing..done
Nov. 24 has been set as the date Lake Okeechobee; Lab. No. 5225,
"rdlnance.tbree, as be-, idukl ow'nersIt: ( is_reported that --' '. to:the 15 machines -,
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pm 1 ,. .., .. fora liegr6"minsTrei. to['e presented Lake Okeechobee.: Tfie re?tus "of .
'. '. ing located in the building formerly practically all owners of land needed I at the company's repair
in Clewiston of local concluded follows -I
F by a group analyses. just are as '
occupied by The Clewiston News, have agreed to give the necessary : shop.
players for benefit of the P.-T. A. :
while the city jail is to be temporarily land for this state highway.It In announcement made by
organization. Mrs. G. O. Wallace is "Total bacterial count, 24 hours.
& *&. in the building now used as a believed that as soon- as the acting as director of the minstrel. ; 20. presumptive test fermentation Bitting. Inc, reorganization manager.

., 1 .. a& jail for the justice's court here. deeds are procured and presentedto One of the novel features of the 48 hours, none; colon confirmation more than 90 per cent of each classof

In ordinance four, a police department the road department work will be minstrel. Mrs. Wallace says will be none- Second sample. total bacterial claims against the company have

is created and the dutiesof started on this much needed road. J the chorus divided into two groups count 24 hours. 180; presumptive been deposited:: under the plan and

the marshal. deputy marshals New construction will include the with wisecracks and digs cast fast test fermentation 48 hours none; agreement and more than 85 per

and: such other police officers as may six mile stretch from Mains' Corner, and furiously from one side to the colon confirmation, none- cent of each class of stock of the

be needed from time to time, pre- through Moore Haven and on to other. The chorus will be divided "From a knowledge of the sourceof Southern Sugar company The announcement -

scribed. State road 25, which will give Moore between the federal engineers and the supply, its handling and treat- signed by Clarence R.

The office of city treasurer is pro- Haven its first state road. the "sugar daddies" (Employees of ment and the above analytical data Bitting. president of Bitting. Inc..

vided for in ordinance five. and Representative J. H., Peeples. the the sugar company.) The engineerswill of these smples as submitted, we says "The reorganization managerhas

after good and sufficient bond. in county commissioners and citizens, be represented in the chorusby would say that the bacterial or sani- appointed Mr. J. J. Harringtonas

an amount equal to the largest have worked for this road for along Joe Johnson. Bill Wallace and tary quality of the water is very its representative to supervisethe

amount of money the treasurer will time and it looks as though Red Lowe. while the sugar daddies good." work necessary to placing the

have at .any one time is accepted, a their efforts have not been in vain. will feature Charlie Miner, Happy The report was signed by L. W. properties, mill and equipment in

compensation of ten dollars per Mr. Peeples has made many trips to Cook and Ed Butler. J. E. Beards- Starch. chemist. with request for condition for efficient operation

: The office of city tax collector is see out-of-town owners of land ley is being groomed as interlocutor. I publication.BOY. during the approaching harvest sea-

:] likewise provided for with, a com-1 needed for this right-of-way and I In the central circle of the mins- sou. Mr. Harrington assistants., with is now a staffof in

month is listed as the salary. practically all have agreed to donate trel a group of singers will add their I SCOUT NEWS technical with

pensatiou of ten dollars a month. the necessary acreage as the I bit to the evenings entertainment, Clewiston and. in cooperation
I Most of the Clewiston Boy Scouts the receivers and under the supervi-
county is not financially able to pay which Mrs. Wallace assures will
In order to preserve the public I left about two o'clock Saturday for sion of the court, all necessary 'steps
t for it.Three both spice and rhythm to the pro-
the '
peace and dignity of the city I I taken with funds providedby
the gram. The central chorus will be their week-end camping trip. the re- are being
usual ordinance providing few arrived in the woods the reorganization manager, so
composed of Miss Jo Hogan, Miss maining
.r punishment of law violators was about eleven thirty that night. Someof the new company will be in a position -
.. usual breaches of the Counties Vote Beatrice Kettl. :Miss Mae Drew. Mrs.C. .
adopted. The W. McDonald. Miss Louise Wal- the boys went for a tour of the to take over the operation of

peace are included in the ordinance, dron. Miss Marion Leytig, Philip Peterson woods and a few went to bed. The the business without loss of time.

such as: drunkeness. disorderly con- In .Favor of Racing Murray Swindle, John Kettl. next morning they ate .breakfast and upon completion of legal details necessary -
duct, fighting. speeding carrying the transfer of the prop-
and Marshal Yenowine. went for a swimA little later in ; to
in- )
concealed abusive and "
Fast stepping horses and Ion Novelty and feature dances will the day several tests were prssed. erties.
other disturbance
descent language and any will necessarily be required -
bodied ,. the and the boys divided up in small Some time
is dogs easily outstripped their be given during program by a
of public tranquility pro- before legal title can be
fine of $500 opposition to pari mutual racing in !i group of young ladles led by Miss groups took short hikes in the
hibited. A of vested in the new company, United
three Florida counties this week. : Frances Munroe.I woods. Scoutmaster Arthur King.
., and a maximum imprisonment of corporation. Eve'ryeffort
for violations Six race tracts, three dog and three I Marshal Yenowine is also being Moore Haven and Assistant Scoutmaster States Sugar
ninety days is provided is being made by those in
horse ovals, were permitted by popular put. through the paces to take the J. S Altman accompaniedthem :
of city ordinance. of the reorganization to con-
a vote in Dade county Tuesday leading feminine role in "The Film- on the trip. charge
Other provisions in the first group while and Cabin." little Nine scouts from Moore Haven sumate the plan at the earliest pos-

-I;of health and morals. II Eva."Dat securities to be issued under
1-; public Beach county voters at the polls on Dog-gone Dog" a washerwoman's but left Sunday morning.The new
will be ready
the same day. Clay county near dialog will be given by following boys were on the the plan
WATER TANK PAINTED camping trip: James Wynn, James or before January 1. 1932.
Jacksonville. also voted to permit Mrs. G. O. Wallace and Miss Marian of
I All stockholders and creditors
pari-mutual tracks to there dances and Winn, William Hooks. Thomas
With its new coat of aluminum operate Leylig; apache negro Hare. the are urged to file their
completed this week Clewis- under provisions of recent Florida spirituals will also be presented at Jones, John Dennis. Bobby company
paint without
''HalsonAvaut. claims delay.
taw. the entertainment. Merril Lowe. Luther Lowe,
125-foot water tank stands out
: ton's
Marvin Altman George Bes-
in silvery relief against the sky. Al Friends of horse and dog racing, GOVERNOR CARLTONVIJJL tor. Junior Thomas. and George NEXT WEEK SET AS HOME "
spots showing signs of deteriation as well as those closely in touch with WEEK DIY FLORIDA BODY
ATTEND ARCADIA'S RODEO Hooks from Clewiston; Clayton Waters -
were first given an application of I county financial affairs in the state I I I I! Vernon Bales, Robert YOQcr.

red lead as a preservative. are expressing satisfaction /lat the Arcadia Oct. 21Gov.. Doyle. Richard Yoder, Lionnel Daughte-y Orlando, Oct. 21--In connection
choice of voters in permitting the with its sponsoring of Florida Home
Carlton has accepted an invitation Paul floe Fred Flanders. Curtis
WEATHER REPORT tracks to operate, inasmuch as muchof Improvement Week. October 25-31,
to attend the All-Florida Championship Varnadoe and Gail Thielen of Moore
the revenue gained by the track the Florida Association of Real Estate -
held November:
CLE1 'IS'I'ON : Rodeo to be on Haven.
will be used for attention to the
operators public calls
Max. MIn. Rain 10 and 11 this year, and will speak M. A. Thomas. jr. Boards

'Monday ..............85 73 .01 purposes in Florida. at one of the programs. A number following six reasons given by contestants -

Tuesday ............84 75 .38 FINDS BUSINESS GOOD of men prominent in Legion affairsin HARE KELVINATOR AGENT in the recent for national wishing Home town
the state will also be present. Beside Ownership contest
Wednesday.......85 75
C. L King, district superintendent, the large number of wild steers their own homes.
Thursday..........88 69 of the Peninsular Life Insurance' and unbroken horses to be used in R. M. Hare was appointed Clewis- 1. Fear of a dependent old age.

Frl day................89 69 company finds good business in the the events, a contract has been made ton agent for the Kelvinator electric 2. Tired of moving because landlord -

Saturday...........90 65 Glades. if the agent is willing to get with a group of professional riders refrigerator this week by the J. F. raised rent or sold the house.

Sunday............... 83 62 out and work for it. he says. Mr. who will bring to the Rodeo a stringof McGinnis company of Palm Beach 3. Saw they were gaining nothingby

---..or11 King was in Clewiston this week outlaw horses and will presenta south Florida distributors.A renting.

Rainfall for week ...._.............. .39 and reports that business in his line number of special features each product of the Kelvinator Co. Is 4. For their children.

I I 11 Previous rainfall .............. 34'.10 is as good. if 'not better here that at day. The programs are 'given, after- on display at Fear's grocery where 5. The thrill of ownership-the

'j, --.- any other town of similar size in'noon and evening of both days of demonstrations will be made by Mr. real desire for a home.

*j 'J '- ---f"t Rainfall to date .................... 34.4 his territory. .. the show. Hare. 6-. For an investment*

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS planes that the combined intellects per cent from the yokels they: bet-I SHIPPING SEASON BEGINS Yields are running light giving

of any other age. ter start letting out some dough AS FIRST ICED CAR ROLLS evidence that although the acreageIs
Published every Friday in Clewiston, WITH GLADES VEGETABLESIced
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Thomas Alva Edison is dead. The i without the security of a right eye heavier than ever before the pro-

hand of death has stilled the great-i and three ribs. He told 'em to melt duction will be less than last fall.
est human brain the world has ever. cars have been set out at Ca-
some frozen assets. A frozen assetis Light yields are attributed to the
known, but it can not blot out the nal Point. Pelican Lake. Cardwelland
Entered as second class matter, just a banker's mistake. Anyhowhe prolonged hot weather and also to -..,
memory of his career. In the timeto Belle Glade for loading with
at the Post Officeat \
1. 1927
February come when his inventions are su- sent 'em home renewing notes. the use of home-grown bean seed. ..
beans from in
those localities.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act
perceeded by others yet to be discovered -I "So now things are different. Stable market prices, have not L
of March 3, 1897.A One care rolled from Belle Glade
the world will not forgt I Everbody is holding their own. In been established. Production now
that it was he who blazed the trailto early in the week. exceeds the requirements of the
newspaper devoted to the best ,fact that's just what's the matter
human enlightenment. The world This sets out the status of the state's market's markets, and buyers
Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its with the country. Everybody i<:?
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will that it was he who
never harves of the upper Glades fall bean 'have not arrived and it probably will
leading newspaper. led his people from physical dark- holding their own-and wont let go. be necessary to consign cars for sale

ness to' light; nor will it forget that'! "It ain't really depression either. crop and the prospect of the movement at whatever they will bring.

Subscription rate: per year$2.00 I lit was he who lifted the drudgery of We are just getting back to earth for the remainder of the week -Canal Point News.

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 toil from the shoulders of his people and it don't look natural to' us any accounting for six cars as comparedto
far distant future ::IIo ___
in the
Perhaps more. We are back to two-bit meals ten cars rolled to the same date

Advertising rates furnished on ap the world will' see another geniusto and cotton underwear and off the last year and indicating that, ship-
But is is
plication. compare with Edison. $1.50 steaks and silk underrompers.The ments arc later this season.
doubtful. It is extremely doubtful I
trouble with us is America is . . . . . . .
Barbers Try To Conduct
that another super-brain will Ibe i ,N,1,NNNNNNN NNNN, .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1.N.N.
Business office Clewiston News,I lodged in the body of as lovable ijust; muscle wneei.bound" from holding 'a .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Shops of Cleanliness.

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and' character as the one halted in its steering BUT We Go Beyond That

Advertising, same. labors this week. Great men have CHURCH GIVES JOBS TO I C. E. STEBELDealer Point, And Give You Sanitary
their goodness being
come and gone
Service In All Kinds Of Barber
Telephone 339 heralded throughout the earth but in

never has such impetus been givento ,"Not Charity But a Chance", features General Electric Refrigerators Work

the civilization of the world as Methodist program for the' "WE MAKE A SPECIALTYOF

My community is the place where Edison gave. Winter. 'I j Electrochef StovesRadios

my home is founded where my chil- Had he been a cold, mercenary Preparations are under way toj] RAINWATER SHAMPOOS ....
he could have amassed a for- and Supplies
man. of the
provide thousands unemployed -|
dren were educated. where my income -
tune that would have outstrippedthe Radio Repairing I
with work and wages during -
is earned. where friends CIVIC CENTER
nations. but in
wealth of many the coming winter in the thirtysix Pahokee Florida
dwell and where my life is chiefly his humble simplicity he did not "Goodwill Industries" maintained BARBER SHOP

lived. I have chosen it, after due choose this path. Rather the prod- by the Methodist Episcopal <:KN N:N:N:N:11:M:N:N:N:N N N N N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:NN :.

consideration from among all the ucts of his many thoughtful hours church. Last year nearly 50,000 .: :N N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:H:ti N:N:N:N N N N:N N H:H 1 Nolon Bl Conner, Prop.

at the disposal of all .,..,...,..
were placed jobless men and women were given'part '>J.I; ":-.lctr""Lr. """'D:" J f;
places on earth. It Is the home spot
men. Truly the world has been time work with This
wages. ,
for Here let live until
me. me
made better by his life. year the total is expected to be near- !
death claims me. Then let my -0.COXSTRUCTION .- hundred thousand. 1 : : MM : : :-: :
er a

neighbors say I was a friend to man. GAINS IN DIXIE "Doles soup kitchens and bread I rMM-M: ENJOY ;;;WEEKS AT FLORIDA'S : .

-Selected. lines are justified as last-resort| %

Building and construction awardsin ,measures, though we are much more I I ::_:: FOREMOST., HEALTH INSTITUTION ::;: c,,

HERE IS THE ANSWER the 16 Southern states during 'concerned to give permanent relief -. .. ..! .

September amounted to $$45,556.000.. through economic and social x The only $50,000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments

Every once in a great while the as compared with $41,613.000 for changes which are more fundamental -' :;: for men and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that :;:

people of every town seem to needa August. an increase of 31 percent: ,'" said the Rev. Ralph A Ward !i :z: comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive results 2;

little prod to remind them that It is the highest total compiled and lof Chicago executive secretary ofj j :+_ at astonishingly low ,rates. :;: .

their town is a pretty: good place in reported by the Manufacturers Record the World Service of the Methodist t y y.
Excellent hotel accomodations baths baths '
:.z' treating rooms, sun :
which to live. During the past week since 1927. church. "There will be thousands'
for September ::
any ; and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance A
several statements were made by of people this winter, for whom 1 .
For the nine months ending September 'z' always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. 'to.y
people who do,not do much thinking, emergency methods will be necesIsary. | ,
1931. construction awards in
who say living expenses in Clewistonare The church will do its part_ 2: Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin f.
the South aggregated more than
so much higher than in other The significance of in this work' in the giving of food .:' Eruptions, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and 4
towns that it would pay to take a and shelter. But it is much more!' ::: liver Disorder. :x:
this amount is evident when it is : i
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truck to Fort Myers to buy their Important that we provide. if we I
compared with the corresponding pe- _;. Write for free descriptive folder 4
groceries. riod of the 1921 depression. Only possibly can. both work and wages. I

Before they get their truck all $220,000.000 of new work was un- Men don't want charity when they I : DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS :

gassed up let's take a few minutes The Goodwill
have chance.
dertaken in the South in the first can a .z.t
?:. One Spring Boulevard ..
to look at the facts before we '
pay in
Industries of our Church Amer-j
nine months of 1921. The total of : SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDAHK"H"X 4
out too much in seven cent gasoline will that
ica. number sixty, supply
construction contracts awarded in I ;. ._.

tax.Two the South up to the end of September chance to many people. I.;..:.. .X..X..!..X..!..!..!"!"M..!"M..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
grocery stores had sales bills These Goodwill Industries accord-
this was 70 per cent greater
on the streets here last week adver- Ward' I
than similar expenditures for the ing to Mr. are essentially
tising their prices which will give us
entire 12 months of 1921. It is of factories in which second hand- rJ.F.Q,! IIIIIIIIIIIII! llIllI : IIIl! IIIIIII iilt J 111I111I11I1j! I lliTn"lI I ii i I II'l' I'IIlIVli0! I I lltlllJ1111t1! J IIIIIIIIIIIII! '
an idea to study'over. Fort Myers and
particulaJ interest to note that the hand goods are repaired_ renovated
stores also advertised prices on the $547.000,000 of new work so far later to be sold at the lowest I!

same day all specials.By in 1931 is $138.000,000 in excess of possible price to the people who !;
a careful comparion we find' shoes
most need them. Furniture,
the total awards reported for the
that prices here are strictly in line
clothing. toys and other goods are
first nine months of 1922 and the
with prices to be found at other I'
solicited from church members and ,
126.000000 in excess of the first --
places. In an instance or two. the center.
assembled at the Industry
nine months of 1923, when the country .
Fort Myers prices are lower. and in
And in the remaking and marketingof
was well on its way out of the
about the same number of itemsClewiston's deflation of 1920-21. While the these 'good jobs are found for carpenters By their ads .
prices are cheaper.
South's total contracts ending Sep- cobblers, tailors. upholsterers : -
White bacon. a very staple food, clerks, painters metal workers
tember were under the $653.000,000
is listed at one Clewiston store at and unskilled workers. The rate of > "iC
awarded for the five-year average shaH
nine cents per pound, while at one they
(first nine months 1925-29), a pay is not high, but it is sufficientto ;
of the leading Ft. Myers stores it from J I ,
and his family
keep a man
volume of work done
greater was
is quoted at 10 1-2 cents per pound. starvation it insures the self- '-" "'-" ,,;. ;.' .
more, ,
this due to lower prices. ; : :. :, ;,
year :
be known :" / :
Western round steak is listed on the respect necessary to keep him on his : : :
Preliminary figures covering con-
advertised prices of both towns at
feet and ready for the better job
the same figure, 25 cents. Apples struction contracts for the United which he may reasonably expect to

sell for the same in the two places. States indicate that the South is turn I -

making a more favorable showing up. .
seven pounds for 25 centsWhile
"If the Goodwill Industries are to
Fort than the rest of the country in the
a Myers store sells Irish pota-
measure up to the crisis which con
toes at 9 for local proportion of new construction on
pounds 19 cents a fronts them this year." said Dr

cents.A store. sells 10 pounds for 20 being this undertaken.condition. in It contrast is noteworthythat to the. Ward, "they are going to need the Merch&n ts are known by

support of the whole church. The Industries ,
long list of staple articles was hesitation prevailing elsewhere. reflects as a part of the Methodis!

checked. in an effort to decide an increasing activity in the, World Service program. are faced !!. the advertisements they keep

whether or not prices from South as :well as a growing confidence -.

here are cheaper than our away own mer- .-The Manufacturers Record.I. with declining financial support- EI'-' before their customers. It is I
With the end of our fiscal year Coming 1;: ,
Baltimore Md.
chants are selling the products. ,
at the last of this month, it
---<>----- the word that
The penurious
penny-wise shopper seems almost certain that a 10 per through printed
go some by a long
and tedious shopping tour might WORRY ABOUT DRINK I IIT'S cent cut must be made-may abreast with the
ri keep
more. It a miracle happens we maybe buyers i
possibly save a dollar on the week's t
justified in expanding, this
groceries. The nervous strain of the Miracles happen only under extreme .;,< styles in ,wearing apparel as
shopping would not be worth the Los Angeles Oct. 19.-What does I
emotional stress. And the peopleof
dollar or so that might be saved prohibition amount to inquires Will E
the church are beginning to understand well as prevailing prices in all --I
and certainly the gasoline. car use, Rogers. if your neighbor's childrenare what that means."
and time of the shopper would not not eating? "What does all this
allow yapping about disarmament I foodstuffs. I
purchasing supplies for the Let the hogs harvest: their own

family larder at a saving. ." the humorist wants to know feed. This saves time and labor. '

Before you make such a state- also "compared to our own people! I

ment, take 'a little time to compareall that; haven't worked in two years?" have learnedto
Customers .1
prices and do not reach a conclu- This was his way of getting at COUPONFor

sion on reading ONE price which the idea that unemployment is the '
watch for advertised :
probably is a lead. with only a limit- country's foremost problem. in a radio mer- I

ed stock on hand to attract pur- speech supplemental to president I FREE Tulip Bulbs

chasers. If you think local mer- Hoover's appeal over the air for con- chandise and to patronize the

chants do not render :you sufficient iributions to local jobless funds. : Washington Grown Bulbs ,

, service to be in business In Clewis- Mr. Rogers said: Are the BestTo 1- business sufficiency y proud oi

ton; if you think your time away "Its food, not drink. that's our

from your house work (or your problem, now. We were so afraid' i its service, quality, and priceto ':
wife's time) is worth nothing. and advertise: our superior bulbswe I _
the poor people might drink. Now
you do not consider the use of a are giving away several thousand adv.crlisc.thell
fixed it I
we so they can't eat. He ?.

car as expensive, then by all means was referring particularly to what choice Giant Darwin Tulips. I :,:,.';,:;: .. t.....:.', ,.;_,.' .
try it a while. And when find
he called the "cockeyed" situationin .. ,. ,.
It's costing you more out of town, which there is an abundance of Mail this coupon with 25 cents .> .<: !
come back to the local .
merchant food supplies, but "yet we are starv- '(no stamps) to cover packing and '. :;-:: '; -
supplies.A .
your "
ing to death. mailing of sample collection of 'I

GREAT MAN PASSES Referring to the unemployed, Ro- 12 choice bulbs guaranteed to bloomin :aon J:"' =-= .
gers said: assorted colors. '

The great wizard of Menlo ParkIs "Now a miracle cant' happen and I The Clewiston News

no more. But the memory of his all these people get a job overnight.It's This offer expires October 31st

accomplishments will live on going to take time so they must Only one collection for each coupon _........__ .....-..-...._ _...... ez ,RSCcrI

through all the ages. The most be fed and cared for perhaps all

beautiful words at mortal man's winter. I

command fall short of expressingthe "Mr. Hoover has done some splen- Vallentgoed Bulb Co.

tribute deserved by the man did work for us lately. He rounded !I! Auburn Wash. I |

who, through years of toil, has done up the bankers and told 'em if they

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Pat Martin of Bartow, spent Tues- I themselves and basphemed, he rhook
LaBelle PersonalsBy butterfly with long streamers on the
day here. his raiment and said unto them I
I hind wingIt lays whitish
I ij eggs on :
Personal Mention | Lloyd A. Lilley. of Moore Haven. ( Mrs. Lemuel Howard) I your blood be upon your i oivn heads; the surface of the leaves. The ca- i

tf I I am clean: from henceforth I will terpillar that hatches cuts two slits I
spent here transacting
MrsJoe Miller and children visit unto he "
:: go At AntiochIn In the leaf folds back the flap be- I
ness. ed Mr. Miller at Stuart last week.! Pisidia (Acts 13:46): the Jews tween them. binds it down with sil- i
L. C., Sturgess was a visitor in Ft- -
", F. O. Franz. of South Bay spent contradicted Paul and Barnabas and ken threads. and hides in this shelter I
Myers Wednesday and Thursday. I II
Mrs. Coke Bruner of Felda
6' was a blashphemed. and they said "seeing
Thursday morning here transacting except when feeding.The .
business visitor in LaBelle, Satur ye-judge yourselves unworthy of
-- Mrs. Charles A dam s visited business.J. I leaf roller lives by eating
day. everlasting life, 10.Ve turn to the
friends in Sarasota last week-end. portions of the bean leaf and will
J. Wievens. of Chicago, was a- Gentiles. And sometime after today's -
Mrs. Sam Carson and Mrs. E. :M. thus eat a, stomach poison. Lead ar-
mong out of town business men in I lesson Paul was at the City of
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McGeachy Weewley were Ft. Myers visitors senate is the recommended poison.It .
Clewiston Thursday.J. Ephesus and "went into the
spent the past week-end in Tampa. Sunday.W synagogue may be applied to the leaves as a
and spake- Doubtless that
P. Moore tax collector of Glades 1 dust using 5 pounds with 25 poundsof
was a
; of
synagogue the Jews. It
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ayers of Ever- county was a visitor in Clewiston C. Dennington of Ft. Myers. : seems. them that this hydrated lime. or as a spray, us-

glades City, were Sunday visitors Tuesday on business. formerly of LaBelle, visited in La-: "turning to" ing 1 pound to 50 gallons of water-
the Gentiles
meant in that
here. MrsC.. L. Downs and Troy Pur- Belle Sunday afternoon. adding 2 or 3 pounds of lime to pre-
but not for
all time
I because at future .
the week-end in Sara-
year spent
Miss Marcia Avant and Frank Co- commissioner times Paul preached to the
thern afternoon in Pa- sota. County and Mrs. Jews in synagogues. Paul then left two insects can he controlled ..-,
spent Sunday Fred Dunaway and children of Felda the at Corinth "and with one spraying simply by mixing

hokee.J. L. V. Lofton and James Carey mo- spent Saturday in LaBelle. tered synagogue into a certain man's house.en- the lead arsenate with one of the
tored to Miami Saturday to spend sprays suggested for jassids.
: Miami named Justus, one that worshippedGod.
R- H Hilton and son of the week-end.
Mrs. W. P. Arledge returned to whose house joined hard to ,thesynagogue
in Clewiston.
v transacted business BIRTHDAY PARTY her home in LaBelle Saturday after, -" At that house he estab- Liza was hailed into police court,

Wednesday. several days visit in Brunswick.' lished a school or mission for accused of cruelty to her sixyearold

Walter Troxler, of Miami was Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Leiter and Ga- teaching the doctrines of Christ. son. Before passing the sen-
"And Crispus, the chief ruler of the tence, the judge asked the defen-
among out-of-town business men Bob Wiant gave a party in honorof
a number of fried at her home in dant if she had anything to say.
here this week. Mr. Wiant's son. Charles. who cel- synagogue believed on the Lord '
ebrated his eighteenth birthday Miss Mildred Curry entertained with all his house; and many of the "Yas suh Liza fumed, "Ah sut-

Mrs. G. O. Wallace and MrsR.. Saturday night Fifty invitationswere North LaBelle. Thursday night. in Corinthians hearing, believed and tinly has. I jus' wants to ax you is

MHare were visitors in West Palm sent out and the entire atten- honor of Edward Curry's birthday.: were baptized." The conversion of you ever been" a father to a spoiled
cullud chile?
Beach Friday. dance at the party numbered about Crispus must) have aided the Christian -

75. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and : church but it seems that Paul

Miss Elsie Hare'and Van Cothern Games, dancing and contests of little daughter Edith Nell"spent last,I became discouraged. and "Then Handing it to Dad

attended the theatre in West Palm various kinds were enjoyed through week-end visiting Mrs. Cornette's spake the Lord to Paul in the night Father: "Yes, my boy. I'm a self-

Beach, Sunday. the evening. Prizes being won by sister Miss Ruth Ezell in Tampa. I by a vision, Be not afraid. but speak made man."

Mrs. Peter Barbus. Mrs. O. M. Bro- -. 1 and hold not thy peace: for I am Son: "Gee Pop_ that's what I ad-

Mrs. A. O- Ward and Mrs. E. C- derick, Winifred Wiandt and Floyd Harry Ulmer of LaBelle returned 1 with thee. and no man shall set on mire about you- You always take

Mills made a shopping visit to Ft. Fountain. 'In a' contest.; Miss Wiant home Friday from South Georgia thee to hurt thee; for I have much the blame for everything."

Myers this week. was adjudged the most attractive.The where he has been visiting relatives. I people in this city." God made a ,

honoree was recipient of many Mrs. Ulmer will return as a later similar promise to Moses when hews

D ..{) Mr. and Mrs. J. Allhands spent gifts at the occasion. Ice cream. date. I I E:!'nt to lead the Iraelites fromE

,. ..- several days of the past week in Ft. cakes and soft drinks were served. I ,.:-jt. and Christ said to his disci- 666

Myers on business. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hand and chil-i ple"Lo, I am with you always."
JLEWISTON SOCIAL CLUB :TV -.,1 ":'''nt'r"' bere a
: dren of North LaBelle returned : year LIQUID OR TABLETS

Miss Frances Munroe and Campbell 'I HOLDS INITIAL MEETINGThe Saturday from Huntsville. Ala.,i and six months. to..ching the wordof Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in
Nail spent Sunday afternoon in "
God them. The lesson
where they have been visiting relatives
30 minutes checks Cold the first
West Palm Beach. Clewistn Social club. one of
I the last three weeks. also refers to the 33th chapter of 1
-- I the oldest social organizations in the _' I Corinthians. which Is called Paul's day, and checks Malaria in three

Rev. John H. Moore of Ohio is city, held its first meeting of the II I "Love Letter." days.

to be the guest of Dr. W. T. Bailey season last Wednesday as the homeof It includes. "Charity suffereth

for several months. Mrs. J. G. Allhands. In order to unbap 'cboozIeon long, and is kind envieth not; vaun- 666 Salve for Baby's Cold

properly reorganize for the 'coming ,I teth not iself, is not puffed up *
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands and Mrs-
year ,officers were elected. J.
And now abieth faith faith. hope. oiII o." "'-
] MrsA.. A. Monroe spent Monday afternoon -
R. Alston was named president and charity, these three; but the greatestof
in Ft. Myers.J. Mrs. W. C. Hooker selected
as sec- these is charity."
The Clewiston
retarytreasurer.After Whoever represents Christ is re-
L. Dallas of the Schwartz Tail- ,
a very pleasant afternoon sponible for faithfully teaching his
oring Co.. Ft. Myers. was a business delicious fruit salad, cake and tea SUBJECT: Paul in Corinth. word. but not for its receptionBEAN wES Y0 '

visitor here Thursday.Miss were served, to the following 'guests: GOLDEN TEXT: "Now abideth

Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs- W. C.
Mae Drew Joe Johnson andy faith hope, charity, these three; but CROP EASILY SAVED
Hooker. Mrs. J. R. Alston. Mrs, J. K.
j :Mr. and MrsR.. Y. Patterson were / the greatest of these is charity." FROM JASSID AND LEAF ROLL
Mowery, Mrs. D. G. Alston, and MrsW
i Sunday visitors in West Palm Beach. 1 Cor. 13: 13.
S. Harvel. Gainesville. Fla. Bean jassids
I The next meeting of the clu'}) will LESSON TEXT: Acts 18: 1-17; and leaf rollers. which try to eat up
M. P- Boggs. sr.. Coast Line watch 1 Cor. 13CENTRAL
be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.D. the fall bean crop, are reasonablyeasy

inspector of St. Petersburg was a G. Alston on Wednesday.. October TRUTH: "Persons of to control, explains Dr. N- Tis- Y
I business visitor in Clewiston Mon- V 2
28.HIGH different interests grades of intelligence sot assistant entoinollgist with the

;] day. and background of experience : Florida Experiment station. ,._ tAtilwRY
'j ,. SCHOOL PUPILS FORM may and should dwell togetherin
Edward Valentine of the Robert The jassid. sometimes called leaf-
BOOSTERS' CLUB HERE love in the church."
1 -..., T. Cochran Co., of New York was hopper and green fly Is a pale green It makes: no difference to
;, From Berea where left Paulin
a recent business visitor in Clewis The name Boosters' club wae decided we wedge-shaped insect about an eighthof us whether it rains or shines,
,' the last lesson he "went to Athens inch
an in length. It slits the the Snow-
give same
ton.. upon by a group of high school \\e :you
a university city of Paul's day. midrib and larger veins of the
pupils here Wednesday who have White, efficient laundry service
Bill Wallace. Jimmie Wolfe and been functioning as a nameless club Paul stayed in Athens only about leaves and lays whitish eggs on the throughout the hole year.
Tommie three weeks. He met and preachedto lower side. The insect feed by
Jones attended the dance at since the beginning of the school;
The Showboat in West Palm Beach, I termThe Boosters' club has forts the _cultured men of the schools. sucking sap from the leavsIt also Long (rainy mrS are apt

Friday night. the sponsoring of school but they gave" little attention to_ his feeds on potatoes, eggplants. tomatoes to break into your own home
I purpose
; athletic activities.At preaching of the cross. There were cowpeas, weeds, and grasses. laundry service, but remember

John Darby representative of the' few: converts and no church was est Since it is a sucking insect it will wo are here to render you the
of the club Wednes-
a meeting
General Automobile Supply Co., of day officers were elected for the tablished. In Athens Paul preachedat not eat poison and has to be killed I I best of Laundry Service...

j, Tampa transacted business in Clew- Hare. least one important sermon, by su'ffoeation. Among the materials -
term. Bobby presi-
iston recently. They are (Acts 17:23-31), to which the which will suffocate the jassidare Your yaundry worries are
dent Marvin Altman. vice presi-
; Greek philosophers listened until Black Leaf '40, Red Arrow Evergreen over when you phone us.
dent Mary Louise Oglesby. secre-
Ralph Faulkner of New York, he began explaining the resurrectionof Kaloil. and Derrisol. The
tary and Betty Spicer. treasurer.I
inventor of the Faulkiner Cane Har- Committee, chairmen are as follows: the dead, when they said. "We Black Leaf 40 may be used either as CLEW I S TON
will hear thee again of this'.matter"
vesters, has returned to Clewiston a spray, with Peentrol or Sofync as
Evelyn Hare. finance and Merrill
j for the season Lowe entertainment. Miss Jeanette Our lesson begins "After these a spreader, or as a nicotine sulphate LAUNDRY, inc.

Morgan is advisor for the things Paul departed from Athens dust. The other materials are usedas EL PASO AVE. & SAN BONITA ST.
R. L. Murray, former manager of club- and came to Corinth. Corinth was' liquid sprays and will give a more

Murray Motor company here. wasa about fifty miles southwest from 1 complete clean-up, though they are CLEW/STON FLORiDA

business visitor in Clewiston a few I Athens. The City was the political more expensive. Spraying the leaves

days this week. FLORIDA DUCK SEASON capital of Greece at that time. and with bordeaux mixture tends to pre- amour Snow te.LdundryTHE

FROM NOV. 20 TO DEC. 19 the Roman proconsul had his resi- vent the jassids from laying eggs on

Miss Jamye Williams. Miss Eliza- dence there. "It is said to have hada them. LAUNDRY DOES IT BETTER

beth West Dr. J. W. Ezelle and J. From noon of November 20th to i
population at that time of 400.- The adult leaf roller is a bluish r\tif."rs'rfs'l=iif':.!,.,.gSgB
-Plunkett were Sunday visitors to sundown. of December 19th is the 000. of
I made up Jews ex-soldiers .u. .... ............ .... .u.. :,...u.u.u.... ..u.u.u.u.u.....,.............................. ...............AA
West Palm Beach. open season in :Florida for ducks I philosophers, merchants. sailors, ;=f ININ. .-;-; ; ; ;i;NINI .N.:NI .IINf.N/N/N. 11.-. 11NNININ. .1.NIN.11:N. .-. .NININ.

geese, brant and coots under the; freedmen. slaves. trades-people and f! Qft

John Percy of Arlington, Mass, amended Federal regulations. The: others. It was called a very wicked | R

arrived in Clewiston Sunday. Mr. Florida Department of Game and! city, and all kinds of vice was prac- !

j t Percy has accepted a position with Fresh Water Fish will co-operate: tised under the name and guise of| IT IS THE RULE i

the Southern Sugar Co. with the Federal authorities in enforcing religion." In such a city Paul!
the observance of the short- 1
preached and established a prosperous I w
Mrs- J. L. Pressley Mrs. AND NOT THE EXCEPTION
George ened season. I church of those who accepted!I
Terrell Miss Ulla Jacobsen
The sportsmen of Florida seem to Christ. At Corinth Paul "found a. V

:' attended the Eastern Star meeting be satisfied with the reduced sea- certain Jew named Aquila born inj I .
,. in Moore Haven Wednesday night.T. I
tl' son although some dissatisfactionhas Pontus. lately come from Italy with )

V- Watson representative of been expressed as to the open his wife Priscilla; (because that

the Robert T- Cochran Co., New ing and closing dates. Had the sea- : Claudius had. commanded all Jewsto THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS ON THE

son been made 30 days later it i depart from Rome: ) and he came CLEW
York. has returned to Clewiston- SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVICE FOUND A THE
would have afforded better shooting.In unto them. And because he was of
ter an absence of three months. ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP- I.I.B'
fact at the request of a numberof the same craft, he abode with them. ; .

Miss Louise Waldron. Miss Jewel sportsmen. the State Game Com- and wrought: for by their occupation TION.

Lowe. Miss Kathryn Deain Miss Beatrice missioner asked that the season be they-were tentmakers."

Kettle and Bill Wallace mo- changed to December 15 to January One of the books says "Among j V 'rt

tored to West Palm Beach, Saturday.C 15. However, the officials of the the Jews is was considered proper' PEOPLE COMING TO CLEWISTON APPRECIATE THE 1-

Biological Survey did not deem it that every one should have a trade." INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT INTO THE INN

D. Shambaugh, salesman of advisable to make any further and as Aquila and Priscilla had the
the Ford Automobile Co., headquarters changes. same occupation. and had facilities ,

in Jacksonville, was a business Duck hunters need not set their for carrying on their trade. Paul arranged f OF' THE INN MAKE IT THE IDEAL

visitor in Clewiston Monday and alarm clocks for three a. m. on open- to live with them and work." PLACE TO RESIDE. s

Tuesday. ing day. They will not have to shiver A Jewish proverb reads. "He that Ejt

in their blinds waiting for that 30 teaches not his son a trade does the

Mrs. W. M. Redelshelmer and minutes before sunrise time. The re- same as it he taught him to be a I

young son Billy arrived here Irecent- cent amendment to the Federal 'regulations thief."

ly from :Miami: to join Mr. Redel- which sets the opening While working to earn his living

sheimer. who is connected with date at noon oC the first day of'the Paul "reasoned in the synagogue 3THE CLEWISTON INN

the Southern Sugar Co. open season has made such inconveniences every sabbath and persuaded the 1

unnecessary. This, however Jews and the Greeks."

1- G. B. Clinch and W. P. Stuart, I applies only to the first day "And when Silas and Timotheuswere I On The Shore of Lake Okeechobee I Ip.

representatives of the Gulf Refining of the and
I open season those 'who come from Macedonia; Paul
Co., whose headquarters are in enjoy alarm clocks and
{ shivers can was pressed in the spirit, and testified _

s; Atlanta. Ga., are spending severa] have them on the remaining 29'. days, to the Jews that Jegus was ct

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Judge Stanley Struble today and Obelisk Set agencies have helped farmers towards -
You Know ? RecordThe
Did ; pleaded that he be sent to London cheaper production and are
ngypUaii obelisk Is
prison farm instead of the peniten- probablythe still helping them. However, manyof
best example of a large rock
tiary and be allowed to take his dog quar them
One of the Leviathan's smoke- FASHION CENTER rled and mover by man. are now giving attention to
stacks is used only for ventilation? laong. Because he said. his dog 1 helping the farmer market his pro-

is known had grieved itself into illness over NEUr FREEZING PROCESS I ducts to advantage and helping him
The Bank of England
as "The Old. Lady of Threadneedlestreet his abs nccs. Utilizing Intense cold at 50 de- to understand price trends and fac- ..

?" grees below zero a process has been tors .that bear on farming siutations. t

Conversations over the telephonein COOLER TIRES perfected by which perishable foods They are educating farmers to

the Uniter States averages S3.- Although modern manufacturing I are frozen so that they retain their cheaper production, the productionof

520,000 daily? methods have greatly increased the original fresh flavor and texture better quality products, better

Bricks dating back to the reign of mileage of tires. not until recentlyhas for months in a frozen state. \ packing and grading improved

King Ashurnasirpal over 3500 science been able to overcome F Meats seafoods. poultry, vegeta- methods In handling products after

years ago. were recently used in the the damaging effects of heat gen- bles and fruits are being processed I i they are harvested, the understanding -

construction of a railroad station at erated by; the friction of rubber on by the new method. According to'i iI of price cycles and how to take

Tell Billah on the Khornsabad Railroad the highway.Air I Clarence nir seye. quick-freezing inventor : advantage of 'them, and the under-

in Mesopotamia? has been utilized to solve this'problem. I the foods are frozen so |]' standing of conditions which have

A well of steaming water heats according to research ':quickly that no harmful chemical on' important bearing on farm markets.As .

the entire town of Lakeview, Ore.? workers.'I New type air-cooled tires s'' organic change. can take place In II a result of this assistance
throw off the heat in the tread. ''them
The United States Geological which has been given over a periodof
survey has figured that 2.230.000.- permitting use of larger treads and j I I years, and Is still being- given
I increasing the life of the tires. : FARMERS STILL NEED HELP OFI ,
z '
000,000 tons of bituminous coal remain ruL)7 farmers as a class are gaining much
Tires of this type in tests have TEACHERS AND INVESTIGATORSBy I
in the ground in the United I I valuable knowledge They are gradually
/ run more than 60,000 miles. It is
States? I I working out of the class of
{possible that in the near future the : : Spuds Johnson
More than 200,000 workers em- blind producers and getting into the
j original set of tires will outlast the I : Although times may seem pretty
ployed in the United States are now ; class of business farmers: Eco-
car. hard now, it is certainly no time for
permanently operating on a five-day i I retrenching in the agencies giving nomic conditions are going to force-

week schedule? this to continue and these-
process ,
I Time Flies assistance to agriculture. Countyand
The population of the Japanese continue to lend valua-
Lady_Golf Novice (after tenth home demonstration agents, the agencies can
Empire is estimated at 90.000,000? \ ble assistance in the
I swipe at ball) : "Thank goodness, 4 Experiment station, vocational process.
Under Mexican maritime ;it's gone at last." -_ teachers and others are needed now | It i necessary to cut taxes but our
thing remaining on an aban- i
every Caddie:. "It isn't the ball that's as never before. In times like county and home demonstration
doned ship belongs to the first per- / is one movie star teachers and research work-
fcNAaMUNSON agents,
gone, miss-its your wrist watch. these they are proving their worth
son who boards it? .who does not feel she has to run over and over again. :. ers should certainly not be cut off
The introduction of the Empress to Paris twice' a year in order to be '
farmers will surely the
And Sweet 'Taters Production, particularly cheaper or we pay
necessitating old- well dressed. In fact she has joined

Eugenie fashioned jewelry.styles has proved bene- Rastus: "You says anything to tho Buy At Home movement and production, is still important. These I penalty.. __ __._.__ ____ ._ .____
me, big boy, an' I'll make you eat. really prefers American fashions. It
ficial to the jewelry trade? yo' words" has been said before that New York . -
Non-voting citizens in Peru are is ahead of Paris In styles. Miss The Southern
Mose: "Chicken dumplins, hot To Creditors and Stockholders of \
barred from holding public office. Munson agrees with this and says too
biscuits an' watermelon!
signing legal documents. obtaining that Hollywood also outranks' Paris. i Sugar CompanyNotice
"The average woman in a Paris The i
and other privileges? SouthernI
passports The Honest Editor
gown is not so well dressed as she Is
There are 66.000 candy and con- Author: What do you think of well costumed," Miss Munson says. Sugar CompanyPursuant I II to Creditors: -
fectionery stores in the United this story? Give me your honest Hollywood as a style center is to be Pursuant to the provisions of an order of the '--

States? opinion" spotlighted in an early episode of the I t.e the provisions of an order of tbCktraU Circuit Court of Hendry County Florida In s
Radio Newsreel of Hollywood a Court of Hendry County Florida made Chancery entered October 17. 1931. in a cause
Editor: "It's not worth anything." weekly broadcast presenting the "behindthescenes" October 17, 1931, in the cause therein pend- therein pending entitled "Weir Kilby Corporation -
NOTED CIRCUS TROUPE TO Author: "I know, but tell me of life. I, tat entitled "Weir Kilby Corporation a corpo- ,a corporation,etal.,Complainants against
story movie at The South- The Southern Sugar Company a corporation,
SHOW AT WEST PALM BEACH mlcB,et Complainants, against
anyway." / Miss Munson is to be featured in'the era Sugar Company,a corporation Defendant," Defendant"all creditors of The Southern Sugar
broadcast. motlce u hereby given Company the defendant In said cause are
been filed with the Clerk hereby required to file duly sworn statements of
I (1) That there has
Sparks circus, always noted for Crippled the Worst Way .f the Circuit Court of Hendry County Florida, their claims against the said Corporation with said

its trained wild beast displays, Man (Standing 0 n a corner) : WEATHER REPORT cpy: of the Plan and Agreement dated April the Court undersigned at the office Receivers of the Receivers appointed In the by City
the of The Southera
I I reorganization
brings with it this season, Austria'sgreatest "Could you give a poor cripple SOUTH BAY Sew 19.11J..lor Company, under which Bitting Incorporated of Clewiston, Florida on or before the 20th of
Franz has been'constituted and la day of November, 1931. Said statements
animal subgator, coffee acting as
for of and
enough a cup a other things the
MaxMin.. Rain Reorganisation Manager. On November., 1931. claims shall set forth among
Woska. For many years chief trainer sandwich?" nature and amount of the claim amount and
Monday ......_.......85 71 ,''jG I at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day at theCourt nature of any security or lien held by the claim-
ani- House in Fort the Circuit
the world's largest wild Myers Florida
at Old
Good Lady: "Why, my poor Tuesday ..........._ .85 71 79 Court of Hendry County will hear complaints ant or to which the claimant or claims to be
mal mart. the great Carl HagenbeckZoo entitled, and also any claim to preference or
fellow. how ? the fairness timelines and equiUblenessf
crippled to
are you M
... 71 .79!> f other creditors of
at Stellinghen. Germany. Woska Wednesday .. .. 85 said Plan and Agreement dated April 1, priority In payment to any
Man: "Financially. Wednesday ........87 69 .4) : 1931, for the reorganization of The Southern : said Corporation.
this year groups in the large "SafetyFirst" I Cngar: Company, and of the offers contained ; Pursuant to the foregoing provisions of said
Thursday -....._.... 85 73 therein to creditors and stockholders of The order all persons firms, associations and corporations -
steel arena that are as A Rookie's Precaution Friday ............. ..85 70 I Southern Sugar Company.All persons who shall I ,who shall fall so to file their claims or
claimed by noted animal authorities I "What's the first thing you do take DO complaint at the time and place aforesaid demands against The Southern Sugar Company
Saturday ............85. 62 shall be tarred and restrained from doing I i with the said Receivers on or before said date,
to be the most thrilling ever presented i when cleaning your rifle." the sergeant I so U\.erult.er. shall be forever barred and foreclosed from
Sunday :.....__..84 68 claims against The
m making asserting any
in America.In I demanded. (2) That at the time and place above men- I or and from participating -

"- Rainfall for week .................. 1.51 tioned the Circuit Court of Hendry County will Southern Sugar Company of said Corpora
one display nine beautiful Ben "Look at the number, said the also her the petition of the complainant in the I In the assets or properties further

gal tigers bend obedience to Wos- newcomer. Previous fainfall .................... 36.83 cause above-mentioned for a Final Decree directing tion order or of the the proceeds court herein thereof granted except upon and entered
a sale of the property and assets of The
their I "Oh the "andwhat's Rainfall to date __ 38.34 for due cause shown and upon proper applica
ka's will and are brought from sergeant. m''m''' '' Southern Sugar Company and its Receivers,subJect
to the ground where all the big idea?" to an existing liens and the distribution of tion.
'. WEATHER REPORT I the proceedings resulting:. therefrom and for Dated October 20, 1931.P. .
land in a row casting "eyes right" at I' "To make sure I don't'clean some other relief.
this masterful trainer. This routine. one else's.' Dated October 20. 1931. J. L. DOGGEf.Receivers ,
MaxMin.. Rain
is sensational and thrilling that! P. G. BISHOP, of
so Monday ............ 87 73 .45 ]. L.,DOGGETT.Reeeivers The Southern Sugar Company.
One Sunday two lovers went to
of wonderment are noticeable J,
many gasps Tuesday ....___.... 81, 73 .10 of Address: Clewiston. Florida.
in the "big top. church. When the collection was Thi Southern Sugar Cermftny.
Wednesday.......83 73 -10
being taken up the young man explored __ #}"
addition to the trained tigers ---- --
In noth- Thursday ............85 72 :\"
I his pockets finding I
Woska will also put a troup of his "I Friday ..............86 69 I ,:,'.....
ing whispered to sweetheart,
snarling Nuhian lions through a routine PPJRE CLEAt Llr -
Saturday ._"..'...86 64
haven't cent, I changed my pants.
that is thrilling to the extreme. Meanwhile the young girl had Sunday ....._........84 68 1 5)

Another display features a groupof Rainfall for week .................. 2 I1
in i been I searching her bag and finding
Indian Leopards, seven num-

ber and said to be the quickest animal i nothing blushed a rosy red and Previous rainfall :.......__.......... 32 njr .:

of all in point of action. All i i said: "I'm in the same predicament Rainfall to date .................... 35 10 '

three wild animal acts represent the I I ." F : i .

.-!_ highest degree of animal intelli II General average rainfall for wer>k. i

gence. Sparks Cii'cus will give two I I Record Plant Family .94 inches. General average rainfallto k t t'k _

performances in West Palm .Beach i I The largest family of plants, con I date, 34.00 inches. 1 1I 1I 1I 1i 1i

on Thursday, October 29. ': taming! about on '-tenth of all flower- i Note: Readings are taken at 7:00A.

I ing plants, is the thistle family. To M. and apply to preceding 24 iCIfASC P
I 'b%+{NY S? XMdfL iw Y:4l: .J+V1 1
ADDITIONAL PERSONALS this family belong the asters, golden hours. and are dated as of day:

The staff committee of the "Ham'I rod, daisv and thousands of others. taken.

. Club" had a meeting at the home of f 1 =--'.-.-, -- -- .- .-.-- --- --

: '. Mrs. G. O. Wallace. Oct. 19. Plans ,s

. for the coming minstrel were discussed Best for Baby. apQOt rR$ 4i e

.: The singing and dancing I

chorus have been chosen and rehearsals -

t :. begin Thursday. 1 i f
l' LaBelle, tax col- :a .r{c "b yr.t
- ,. : J. L. Taylor, of i C0141PACi'l C

bulector for Hendry county was a I

: visitor here for a short time yester- I

,; day. . . . . . ... . . .... '
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attended the Demolay dance in West : .i.

.- Palm Beach. Friday night. l 1 yj

C? .... Miss Louise Waldron, Miss .Jo Ho- -b

<..':;:.':_} gan. A. W- Sias and Phil Petersen .F

r.<<: attended the theatre in Pahokee V V j Clewiston Goif CoursejI ]

':" ;,:". Thursday night.
. .:: "J Mrs. J. E. Earle and son arrived

;>_:. ,_ in Clewiston, Saturday to Join Mr. *

f';+: ,.,; Earle, who is employed by the U. S + I S n

r-: .' Engineers. ? < pen !
r*: >" Mrs. D. C. Brown and son. William -

>:::\': were the guests of Mr. and yi

t' ..' "'. Mrs. J. E. Earle the past week end. :=.
: :=i= And in Excellent J Condition
- ,.
:::.: ,,'' W. A. O'Day representative of the

:'. Pan-Am Co., of Jacksonville. spent .Y J ', :Y.t' ::

E','.." ( .. Wednesday in Clewiston on business. "How O the home- ::: .- "" ----= -.., ...... ..... ..........- .:.

!__. .. John J. Roumillat, commercial NOT much ) : prepared, in .:. .:.

, <.-, agent of the Southeastern Express. '- trouble is it?" but r: proportion as
t' '.. was a recent business visitor here. "Is it best for baby?" care Is taken duringthe =: The Public is invited to play under :i:

:" Mrs. B E Nail returned Monday is the question paramount to moth pureeing process to excludeair.

f.f ..-'.. from Bradenton where she visited ers. Generations of tireless moth- Most manufacturers marketing := honor system of rules governing =:i=:

; .:' friends for several days. ers have strained and specially these products pay special

Tax Collector J. L. Taylor returned prepared endless food for genera- attention to this and, conse- i the Course :
. to his office in LaBelle tions of babies, and now that quently, I heartily approve of j, i
baby food is pureed and scientific- these products."
Wednesday after short illness in Y
ally prepared in cans, mothers, The manufacturers of these Y

,. the Arcadia hospital. Mrs. Chapman everywhere, are asking their physicians foods not only maintain testing .;. ...""""' ..:r. "ot'-"" _"'" .. ...,. -.._ s. .ccr--z-.r.E'<_ ..:..
:. hs had charge of the tax collector's -which is best for baby? laboratories, but one of them has .. v.t.i

office in Mr. Taylor's absence. installed a testing kitchen whichis

, DOG MAY ACCOMPANY HIS mothers Dr. University Walter this in H.,"Good Eddy recently,Housekeeping of Colombia told-- suitable planned for as the a model average kitchen home'and ::i: P layers are expected to' register- ::;:

MASTER TO A PRISOX CELL Magazine": cooking duplicating conditions.average Here a trained home :;: and pay green fees before' ::i::

Cincinnati.-John Martin's dog "When vegetables are cooked specialist fevotes her time to .;. .:.
and pureed in the home, the pro- questions of nutrition pertainingto '. :
and John Martin may go to prison : playingI
cess usually leads to a consider- infant feeding. No vegetables Y
together-by request. able destruction of vitamin C, canned are subjected to a more Y Y
Martin, 32. of Newport, Ky. sen- owing to the access of air during intensive study than these vegetables v
tenced to a year in Ohio penitentiary the process. The canned pureed prepared for "baby," but .. .i..

for blackmail wept vegetables are more valuable than always consult baby'i doctor first* : .... ....... .' .... .... .. .... . ... .... .. ........; .
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