The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1930
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00281
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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August 21 ...........?........................... 18-7 Date Max.Mln e Kain
.. APPOINTED FOR August 22 ....................:.................:. 18-8 LEGION GOLF : PAID IN FULL August 18 ...... 91 73 .1:: PROVES SUCCESS

August 23 .........................._........,..... 1 S.7 August 19' ..?.. 92 73 116;

August 24 ..................::..:;....:.........,., 18.8 TOURNAMENr BY COMPANY. August 20 ...... S9 72 IN LOCAL FIELDS

SUGAR COMPANY August 25 ,........................................ 1 S.S August 21 ...... 89 72 .43

August 26 ...................;,..................... IS.7 -- August 22 ...... 90 74

J. L. Doggett, Jackson- August 27 ......:................................. 18.6SHERIFF Defeats Owen In Well Other Salaries Are Expected August 23 ...... 90 72 Noted Inventor To Give
August 24 ...... 90' 71 1.49

: .. ville Attorney To Fill i .Played Game; Six Up j; To Be Paid Total rainfall .............................. 3.19 Description Of New

': Vacancy. HANCOCK On Thirty-first Hole. .J I; In Short Time. Prev. Reported ........................ 51.10 Harvester. 'to

Total to date ..........'...........;,.... 54.29

,;J.'j On last Tuesday-at Fort Myers, CAPTURES LARGE After holding Tom Shelley even ot\1 The Southern Sugar Company has Editor's Note: This is the begin-

; Judge George W. Whitehurst was the turn in a thirty-six hole matcji:t paid: all back salaries due day laborers HEAVY RAINS ARE ning of a series of articles dealing

':presented by a petition signed by B. STILL SUNDAY to decide the winner 'In the American according to Information re- with the new Falklner Cane Har-

:; G. Dahlberg, one of the receiver of Legion Golf Tournament W, C. ceived yesterday. This money waspal'd vester which Is being tested by the
The Southern Sugar Company, stating -, Owen weakened on the last eighteenholes to the employees Sunday, due HERE SoutHern Sugar Company. The ma- '

that while the permanent financing Clifford Luckey Is Ar- and lost the match on the thir' .-' to the fact that the company was chine has proven all claims made

I and reorganization plan of The rested After VisitingStill ty-first hole six to five. $ unable to complete the payrolls Sat- DURING PAST WEEK by the Inventor and after several

Sugar Company was progressing Shelley shot the lowest score 'In urday. experiments Is expected to harvestthe
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satisfactorily, yet he found ; Makes Bond the qualifying rounds and was declared The only back salaries now due cane_ now in the fields. j

that he would have to give more the' medalist in' the 'tourna- are to employees, who have been Rainfall A t Benbow

time ,to the same, and as he could Clifford ,Luckey, who resides In ment. He fought his way to the finals working by the month and'receive I Was '4.44 Inches On Mr, Ralph Sadlier Falkiner, the in
not efficiently function both as a re- Devil's Garden in the lower part of by defeating the best players in their pay on the 1st and 15th of each I .ventor of this machine, is an ,Austra-

ceiver and also give the, necessary Hendry county was arrested by Clewiston. In the semi-finals Barker month. These salaries are expectedto Saturday Night. lian, and a director of F. S. Falkiner

I time to the permanent financing and Sheriff Hancock Sunday ,evening put up A hard fought battle, ShelleV be paid i in full within a few days & Sons Ltd., of that country, breed.

reorganization plan, that, therefore, charged with' the possession of a winning on the nineteesth hole after M and the regular day labor payroll Is ers of the world famous Boonoke

@ he tendered his resignation as co- still and manufacturing, liquor. Sheriff Barker tied the match on the eigh expected to be paid next Saturday. A deluge of rain fell in Clewiston Merino Stud Sheep. The proceeds of

*; receiver and requested that forth Hancock, left LaBelle, Saturday teenth. \ Local conditions are improving In Saturday night. One and forty-nine the "golden fleece" have provided
evening and after spending Satur- Owen, used iron clubs all the Clewiston and all employees, seom
with a receiver be appointed Immediately war hundredth inches of water fell In him with the necessary funds to
day night and Sunday in the marsh and played brilliant of golf confident that they will receive their
v J a game N less than one hour. Eeubuw Farms carry out, (first as a hobby) the
There was also filed with Judge lands near the Luckey home he. discovered to meet Shelley. He defeated someof back salaries in full in a short time. Just north of Clewiston recorded costly experiments, and process or

Whitehurst a petition from the the still. After waiting sev- the old time players in Clewiston. With the new cane harvester the 4.44 inches of rainfall in the same ,building, and patenting the numerous -

stockholders's committee representIng eral hours for the owner to appear? His iron shots from the tees gave> company expects to save fifty per length of time as was recorded in models that have led up to the

I about SO per cent of the voting Clifford Luckey was arrested after him a good handicap over. his ofl-I cent on the labor used to harvest.the. Clewiston. All drainage ditches were production of the present successful

stock of the company, and also Joining he came to the still to Inspect several ponents, averaging, around 200 yards.' cane. filled with water.: Crops that had machine.

: with this petition, the creditors'committee large vats of mash. The still His approach shots were short and The new harvester will not only been planted were covered with wat- Mr. Falkiner was attracted by the
% was erected on a large concrete his putting off finals save the company money in labor
representing one million was during the er and ruined by the downpour. problem in, two -ways. First, the
I. foundation and had been .in operationfor i but is expected to save considerable
; and a half ($1,500,000)) dollars of Indebtedness Pumps in the Diston Island Drainage enormous prize that should await
1 i stating, in effect, that a long time according to sheriff F. D. Duff defeated John Crane in, amount of time' In cutting the cane. district were kept busy all Sun the man who could produce a ma-

, ;'I" S these two committees, having heard Hancock. the consolation flight after playing It has been reported that the har- day and, Monday pumping water from chine that would harvest the world's
Luckey was placed In jail Sunday fine eliml- vester cut eight tons of cane In thirty -
of ,
of the intended resignation of Mr. game golf. Wilbur Cole the cane fields., crop of 150.000,000 tons of sugar
co-receiver and these evening and gave bond Tuesday nated Duff in the first flight in avery minutes while being tested In the
Dahlberg, as The total rainfall for this year as cane per annum, which is all cut by
;il f S committees, having carefully considered morning for his appearance in the close game losing one up after local l fields. A good cane cutter can recorded at the Benb
, the matter of his successor, county court next month. His bond playing eighteen holes. I harvest about two' tons a day ac 53.42 Inches Sunday morning. The, !badly, the solving of the engineering
't. reviewed' was set at $500 in both cases. The Legion cording. local authorities
I" and, after having carefully has rainfall recorded during the past problem itself.In .

the subject, they had come to the interesting from the very start. .All. 0 week in the Benbow section was 6.75 working out details and
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II"I 'l conclusion that it would be to the NEW STATE ROADIS local golf players taking part using inches. Miami Locks recorded the vising the construction of these ma-
I best interest of all the stockholders their' handicaps to, give them an
'f .. STATE PAID MOST least amount of rain' during the past chines, :Mr. Falkiner bestows great 0
'J{ and all the creditors .that Judge NOW OPENEDTO equal chance with the better play week with .55 Inches. Bare Beach credit and appreciation on the work
'i.1.,1 John L. Doggett, of Jacksonville, ers. The event will be held annually
OF DRAINAGE came next with 1.47; South Bay with of his engineer, Mr. Walter G. Char-
11 Florida, be appointed as successor to in Clewiston and with, local golfers TAXES 1.72; Sugarland 1.94, Liberty Point ley, who has been employed by him

S S Mr. Dahlberg. TRAFFIC improving their game a closer cpf" 3.69 and Clewiston ,with 3.19. How- continuously on this experimentalwork

There was also filed the consentof test may be expected. FOR 'THIS YEARortYone ever the ,average rainfall_ for this for 9 or 10 ,years.
the complainants who file the bill S section '"during the week was only

f.or.: receivers .to. ,th.appolntp.e1t'! ot_: irs ler9ject.jComplet?1 1t.FREIGHT'.0' -: ;' ; :JGsinches.JThe?highegt, S temperature. ''Mr They Falkiner are a with unique.a vast. combination" amount.. ot", :"-L*"-
Judge Doggett, as. well as also the ed To County Line Percent Has recorded was 91 while the lowest
1' practical experience of all sorts o"
acquiescence of The Southern Sugar 71.
'I Been Collected State was farm and industrial machines and
Company through Its appropriate Friday.By WRECKED 'NEAR
engines, and Mr.
Charley chockedfull
r, officers.. Pays 30 Per Cent.
I of the technical and
The matter came on to be' heard keeping on schedule .time R. BUSINESS MEN .
HERE TUESDAY engineering shop side, in addition to
I last Tuesday before Judge White-, A. Shaw, local representative of the 5' Forty-one per cent of Everglades

hurst, and Judge Doggett, was formally E. F. Powers construction company drainage taxes have been paid, the MEET AT. INN- being an expert draughtsman. ,

!; appointed and qualified as.co. announced today that the road from Tallahassee State News reports, giv- The first successful Australian machine
Eight Cars Of Rock Are
receiver with Mr. P. G. Bishop, of Clewiston to the Palm Beach county ing the figures as $1,038,866.93 total was produced in 1925. when

,,;' The Southern Sugar Company. line would be. opened to traffic to- Overturned ]By Defected due and $428,641.09 collected, the TUESDAY NIGHT the task of cutting and topping '
' Judge Doggett has been Identified straight cane, on a level field, with
: rr Car Wheel.Eight I uncollected amount being $643,150.32. .-
! t with The Southern Sugar the trash 'burnt, off, was accom
:'j i schedule calls for a mile of Of the 41 per cent collected, the
i from the beginning,' and outside of hard surface road each week and we cars of rock were trustees of the internal improvementfund Business Conditions In plished.
; / Mr. Dahlberg, he is the longest one have been ahead of our schedule soar overturned Brown This machine was demonstrated
paid 30 per cent and the
Monday evening on the A. C. Other Cities To Be
I \. in service of the company. His ap- stated the contractor. It is approximately L. tracks near the golf course. The Company S per cent, according to before the members of a conferenceof
pointment will meet with universal three miles from Clewis- the .Tallahassee paper. which indicates Compared.The the Sugar Producers Association
cause 'of the accident was a broken
I S satisfaction. ton to the Palm Beach county line that only three per cent has of Australia, at Bruudaberg, which included
flange on a car wheel. The local
I : :Judge Doggett visited the property and the contractor has 'been" at workon train pas- ,been paid by other owners. Clewiston Better Business a member from each district
senger was delayed in Clewis
at Clewiston and Canal Point this section of the Men's ,Association in Australia.
road during, ton until Wednesday Con- The amount and proportion paidin held Its regular
II"" Wednesday and Thursday of this "he past three weeks. nections evening. Palm Beach county Is not reported meeting at the, Clewiston Inn Tuesday After the demonstration, the Vice-
week, and with Air. Bishop went were made by having the President of the above A. S. P. A.,
i According to R. A. Shaw a double but the State News -gives these night Tom Smith, local insur-
passenger that l leaves Sebring
\ over the same, and expressed himself street, or two way .drive, is planned at four o'clock back to Clewistonand figures of other counties: ance agent presided over the meet- who was in the chair, said, "he was
I' r I as thoroughly satisfied with the through the townsite. The state Is pick the Collier county paid nothing in ing due to the absence of the president glad to publicly state, that the ma-
up and
,": present operating conditions, and also building the road along the south ers. The accident passeng- June, and has paid only $12.48 all G. V. Hudson. chine was doing. all that was claimedfor
I J expressed the confident belief part of the occured about a A discussion it."
present highway through mile from the together of $13,503.88 acreage asess- general Concerning
and all
i that the passengers
1\\ operations of the company Clewiston. The Clewiston Companyis had to be ment, and has paid but 37 cents out local business conditions was en- The British Empire Press Delega-
transported to the
through the
I' grinding season would expected to build the other half of siding near the Clewiston of $395.53 one mill tax assessments. gaged in by those present. Cecil tion, headed by Lord Burnham, hap
exceed' the dairy.
I connected expectations of everyone the highway and the work Is being The district wrecker from Lakeland : Highlands county has paid but Parkinson. past president made sev pened to be in Bundaberg on. their

t I. with the enterprise. held ''up for a few days due to the arrived on the scene Tuesdayand ,$365.71 on an acreage assesment ot eral short talks, others speaking tour of Australia at this particulartime

I I : decision of the company as to when had the track cleared Wednesday $10,315.80 and $18.66.in one mill were Miss Marion Lydig, owner of and saw the machine In opera-
NEW BUDGFT TO they expect to start the constructionof night. taxes. the Clewiston Laundry, Victor Blate tion there. They also congratulated
i this additional work. of Blate Brothers and Tom Smith Mr. Falkiner on the success of his
I' The wreck will delay the road
I' Twenty-one cars of rock arrived in L. A. Morgan was requested, to machine.
BE ADOPTED BY work at least one day according to VOTE AGAINST CIGARETTESIn
i 5' Clewiston Thursday morning which R. A. Shaw, local contractor. No gather data concerning business conditions (Please turn to Page 5)) (
' I O will keep the road gang busy for the In other nearby cities and
rock arrived In Clewiston Tuesdayor November, the citizens of the
, 51 : BOARD TUESDAY balance of the week. Grading of the report his findings to a committee i
Wednesday. The requirements of state of Oregon vrota\ on a propos -
ri highway through the city is almost which is to be appointed by the FLOOD CONTROL
road department are eighteencars i to m-l>- completed and the rock will be placed president later. .
a day. and possession of cigarettes a crime.
i With Present ValuationsAnd the first part of next week. During the discussion of business, BOARD TO MEET

in general, it was found that the future -
Board Legion Dance At outlook for Clewiston was very .
\ Will i Be Short. encouraging. With work on the cross IN' PALM BEACH

Inn Well AttendedA THE LOCAL GOLF COURSE !IN PAR state highway going forward at a

Tuesday has been set as the day I rapid pace, farmers beginning to

i for the county commissioners to good crowd attended the American --' plantofall crops, the Sugar Company Plans To Be Made To

adopt the county budcet for 1931. An Legion dance at the ClewistonInn Hole No. 6, 170 yards, par 3. I-the rough. The only safe way to play paying their day labor in full, werea Meet Any Emergencies -

itemized statement of the budgetwas Thursday night. The Show Boat Good who has played the short but the rough on this course is with a few of the interesting points

carried in the News last week, Orchestra from West Palm Bead deceiving sixth several ways, before nibllc and hit 'em high and hard. He brought out at the meeting. That Occur.

and .wit be adopted as advertised unless furnished music during the evening. settling on any one way uses his I uses his nibllc, but instead of hittingthe

I complaints are made at the This was the first 'dance to beheld four iron and plays to the bottom, I shot he tries to push it ouf and Junior High SchoolTo Emergency plans will be made

meeting Tuesday.The by the local post of the American of the slope of the green, and allows they don't come out very otter that Monday at a meeting between the

L present board of commissioners Legion in several_ weeks due to the ball to mm up on the small table way another push, this one being Open MondayThe Flood Control Board and the Ever-

will go out of office on January1st. the fact that the Southern Sugar green, leaving him two putts for a harder and the ball shoots across glades Drainage Board at West Palm
,; .A complete new board Company had not Junior school will open. Beach, it was announced by F. Deane
G was nominated paid their employees par which from there is easy. Mr. the green, and stops In the long High
Gr r In the June primary and will Ninety also uses his four, but he grass on the bank of the green,four Monday according W. C. Owen, local Duff, local resident of the Flood

1'' be elected In November.The The Post expects to continue holding hits a little farther and to the left on and down In six: Is the bad news trustee. All pupils entering the i Control Board.

present board is charged with their regular dances every month where he catches the slope off the for Century. seventh to tenth grade are expectedto I The' purpose of the meeting Is to

the responsibility of providing sufficient during the winter season. These green and kicks In the long grass on ''Mr. Terrible plays a mid Iron and report to Mrs. J. E. Bearlsley formulate plans to meet any emergency -

', funds to operate the county dances are enjoyed by a large ma- the right, his nlblic shot out Is fine i plays It, well, tho only thing wrong Monday morning. This InformationIs that might arise due to any

.during the coming year. The new jority of local people, and are: very but he fails to get down his ten : with the shot being his Judgment In given due to the fact that several tropical disturbance that might occur

+ board does not 'have anything to Bay popular with the younger set In foot putt and has to take four. selecting the club as his shot Is true have inquired if school would open In this section! in the near future.

regarding the amount of money they Clewistou. Mr. Century tees, his ball up high but carries clear over: the green, his due to the fact that Monday Is labor .
will spend next year, this being done and uses his spoon, the idea may niblic falls short on the hank of the Governor Carlton is expected to be

.1)}' the present fioard. It seems that A divorce costs 60 cents in Russia be right, but, .he doosn't take the green, but he gets on with his third day.Mr.. Owen stated that all junior present and only resident members

the only fair thing' to do would be and can he .obtained'. In about 10 wind in consideration and he sees his and two putts gives him a five. high pupils would be expected to bo. of the boards are expected to attend

Please turn to Page 5 minutes. ball float off the line and, land In, (Please turn to page 5)) on hand Monday, September 1st. this meeting.I .


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.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1230:

::U." and year 1SOO, was found at facial, ...
THECLEWISTONNI WORLDWIDE SIFWSBy I I Hamlin L': Brown, extension daIryman -
,I Lewiston, Pa. A turtle that weighed 2,400 pounds believes. '
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was 15
caught miles
Published every Friday at off the California According= to estimates
J. K.. Kaplan, 10 and his- sister Celia coast, recently. by the Fed-
Clewiston, Florida. Universal News Service r-Pl Bureau of Agricultural Economics : -
21 were killed when a tree, the
Bernard Stein known as the man Russian tho ihe yield of corn this win .
crown jewels greatest year
LOUIS A. MORGAN .._. Publisher I I trunk of which was 12 feet in circumference Florida
with the silver stomach, died in Chl-!'I single collection of gems in the fell on their automobile as Newspapers he 650,000,000 bushels less than: the

Entered at the Postofflce at Clew- cago, 111., aged 74 :years. Most of his I world, valued at approximately $300- they- drove along the highway, near Big Factor Success past itve-year average. This expected :

Istou, Florida, as second class matter. "shortage has caused farmers lutho
stomach was cut away and replaced I 000,000. Astoria, Oregon.A .
1930 Farmers' Week Ml<1-'Veet to substitute!
with silver more than 22 years ago. I la-gs
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I mounts of wheat for 'feeding. Thus
Ever since Donald Megan, of Fitchburg
One Year ........................................ $2.50 : prayer' uttered by a 11-year-old: GAINESVILLE, Fla. -The the! price of wheat and
fine Its by-pro'l-
cooperation -
European- 'immigrants are barred Mass., was Involved in :
an au
:Six Months ...... ............................. 1.50 I boy at it police'stat'on! in St. Joseph given by Florida ..- ?. ?., p-:<'t,rl'lvely: used Florida:
from Canada because of the unemployment tomobile accident, 5 years ago, his newspapers -
Three Months ................................ .75 Mo., and overheard by the matron, was a big factor In the sue I dairymen:: as 'well ns corn, mav be
situation. has been crooked.
nose As
a result ;tho.reported the incident to
police cess of the ninth I e-cpected to
annual Farmers'and go considerably; higher
ADVERTISING RATESFortyfive of a similar accident recently, his officials saved .- ;
.the boy from I
-, being Fruit Growers' Week ) hs sai'l. 1>< ,
cents inch. No .discount In effort to nose was straightened.The recently
per an attract :young peo seat to :a: rc'om school. !
held here, A. P. Spencer, vicedirector Tow fi the time dairymen to
for plates. Nd special position pIe into its congregation, a church ----. .
: of the Florida Agricultural Extension buy feed in ac1v lU'e. He also stated
guaranteed. All advertising copy I at Cave Springs, MQ., operates a cost of crime in the 'United .
Service, sponsoring the weekrc"ntly lhat at harvest times feed products
must be in this office on Wednesday miniature golf course and its own States, in the past year, was :57,000- Speeding motorists, arrested .it t wore
; stated. After an unusual I usually cheapest. Large acre-
before issue of paper. moving picture show. 000,000. : Cache ; Utah '
county are fined on the amount of advance information was ares of winter grazing crops such as

following scale: 40 miles 'per hour given to the public through the I rv-j and oat, as well i as vetch and(

R. H. HANCOCK'If The world's record for blood! trans- A microphone that Is fixed in $10; an increase of $10 per mile up press and county extension agents a 'j pen's in northern parts of the state,

fusion is held by'.a Frenchman who front of the driver of an automobile to 50 increase or'
; $5 per mile record registered attendance of 1.70U II should be planted In the near' fu

I am appointed sheriff of Hen has given 100. pints of his blood. Into which the motorist speaks: in over 500rtlrs from 57 Florida counties, and some! ture., Preparations should be made

dry county I promise the people thatI his normal voice, and a loud speaker 200 others attended the week, he I now for planting larger acreages of

will do my best to enforce the Prohibition officers destroyed X,- fixed at the rear of the car that J. E. Landis, of near ,Abilene said.[ Last year's attendance.was l-, root crops, such as turnips,' rutabatr-

laws of the state of Florida, rid Hen- 516 barrels of beer in one day at magnifies the voice a dozen times, Kan., was uninjured when lightning 200; :and: the record was 1,580 made .,a. beets and carrots. He also advised -

dry county of liquor and give the Chester, Pa.Because enabling the motorist to call warn: killed a cow she was milking and 4 in 1926.. dairymen, and other farmers

people a square deal at all times. I ings to pedestrians or tell other othor cows nearby. _It is also estimated that about 10- elvin g all the hay po gible. '

will be..able, to do. this because I she suffered a disfiguringscar drivers the direction In which' he in- l 00 people who could not attend, -,,----- --

will not be connected with any political on her cheek as a result of an tends to turns: are used in Paris, When the national goverment of listened in to many of the four dally In a contest, at Latrobe Pa., Jim '

ring due to't e fact that 1 automobile accident, Miss Helen H. France.\ .. Cuba was forced to cut expenses, recently programs broadcast:: from WRUF, :' Atkinson nto if one-lh cans of 'beans,

have to. answer to the Governor Rcngstorff, of Los Angeles, Calif., President Machado voluntarily 1- state radio, station: largely due to the 2 quarts of Ice cream .2 lemon pies,

only. The above statement was made has sued 'a taxi company ,and its cabdriver At Greenville, Tenn., F. A; Vann, cut his salary from $25,000 a year. fine advance publicity these programs ft ulneanple )pie, washing the/repast

by R. II. Hancock now ,sheriff of for $100,000 damages.Mrs. Jr., was carried over a dam to Its to 12000. were given, Spencer said. I down with a half gallon of lemon-

Hendry cO:1lll)'. Sheriff Hancock was base, 70 feet below, when he slipped The purpose of the Agricultural ade. -

appointed by Governor Carlton, after Angelo Wihttle, of Hillsboro, into the water in stepping from a Miss Rella Radcliff, of Fairmount, Extension Service Is to extend the '

he had remo"ed''Dan McLaughlinfrom N. H., is the owner of a house fern boat.. He escaped with .a broken leg. W. Va., sneezed so violently that a usefulness of the entire College o f OF MASTER'S SALE (j)

.I office. that is 44 years old. -- blood vessel burst causing her death. Agriculture' to those who cannot attend f,

The newly appointed sheriff of Police are searching for the thieves the University, and Farmers' NOTICE is hereby given that under '-

Hendry county has kept his promise A Holland scientist caused a heavy who stole a tombstone "from the, The U.. S. Government owns or 1 I Week is one of its agencies. The1 i entered., and in by the virtue Circuit of the Court final decreo in and

to those who his drizzly rain to fall grave of James Lee, at Pratt Kan. '
fought appint- over a b'-rnile area controls 37 per cent of the entire surface fine cooperation and good will of theI. for Hendry County, Florida, in a '

ment. He has conducted his officein by dropping ice on clouds form an I I area 'of the State of Colorado. state press Is always considered one I,I cause therein pending wherein James

a fair and impartial manner. ro1>lane., When C. V. Kimmel, of Portland, > ,of its.greatest assets, he asserted. I| W. Scott and Flora A. Scott are

His first official act the start- Ind., set a double he Complainants and S. L. Lang and ,
egg, hoped to i A watermelon, weighing 128 pounds: Nate M. Reese, president of the I others are defendants, I will offer
ing of machinery to rid Hendry county After his automobile had crashed hatch two chicks]: that would
lay I believed to be the largest ever grownin Florida Press!= Association and editorof for sale and sell to the highest and

of its worst crime, the manufac- into an iron fence, police discoveredthat I double eggs. Instead, a 2 headed the United tSates, was sent to the Arcadian attended the week best bidder for cash at the front

turing and selling of "Shine". Sheriff Leonard Hadden, of Pine Bush, ,: rooster was hatched which eats President Hoover by E. T. Clementsof amt later said. "We have only pleasant door of the Court House in LaBelle.

Hancock has not used underhanded N. Y., had driven his car the past [, twice a;j much feed and lays no Sandersville, Ga. recollections Farmers' Week i i Hendry County, Florida, on the1st

methods to enforce this law. He 12 years without an operator's li eggs. and believe that day of September, 1930, during the
great good comes legal hours of sale, the, following] de

has warned all those suspected of censer Racketeers in Philadelphia, Pa., from such gatherings." ., scribed 'property, to-wit:

selling or manufacturing -liquor in ,When J. A.: Fitzgerald, of Stockton : are rechurning butter and by. mixingit Lot 24 in Block 156 of Clewiston,

the county. Each offender has been C. W. Allison and Charles Blessing Cal., stole a kiss from a womancompanion with water add 25 per cent to its Feed Prices Hendry County, Florida, '

given the opportunity to quit or get of York, Pa., have attained a 500- while the two were weight. State officials May said property together with appur-
have launched
I tenances being then and there sold
out. The Sheriff has made it plain hour, grave-sitting record. toring, his car hit another .mo'l an extensive drive against the pro Soar; Should Buy in accordance with and to satisfy

that he would not tolerate the selling bile, *injuring Julian Williamson, who tice. Or \Feed 1 Now said decree, together with costs of

of liquor and he is making arrests -I A traffic tunnel], 5,845, feet long,: sued for damages and was awarded said sale.
for such offenses. built in sections 250 feet. in length! $11,783.To This the 31st day of July, 1930.B. .
A. M. Milam
mayor. of MonterePark Y GAINESVILLE
Fla.-Florida feed A. BALES, Special Master
Rumors have been started those and 35
a by feet in width, connecting Detroit / Cal.: A. I
; mayor ot prices may soar since production 01 in Chancery. ,
engaged in the liquor business that Michicgan. and Windsor, Onta help make the city less noisy, Morris, Okla., and C. L. Milam. mayor basic crops have been lowered j J. M. COUSE, Solicitor for Complain-
Hancock was appointed, sheriff due rio, (Canada), was built on land, traffic policemen's whistles have of Winslow, Ariz., are brothers, in greatly I 1 ants.

- to the fact that he was a cousin to floated to its site. and sunk under been. abolished in New York, N. Y. former :Missouri farm boys. drouth stricken sections August 18152229NOTICE L

Governor Carlton. This statement Is the waters of the Detroit River
untrue, Hancock is in no way relatedto The fastest S. I =:.: ::::=>::=::=::= ::=: :: ::=::=:::::::::=:=:=: :: :=: ::::=:=:=:=:===:=:=:= =:==:. = :: ===:=::: = = :
... chicken ; -
in the ; Japanese typewriters have 7,026'I

Governor Carlton, in fact he. was A push button on a post at a busy .United States is believed to be E.I I characters. on the keyboard. I

opposed to his nomination and wasa Intresection i in Paris HausenrofFort ".,-' '. or. = "< .,'_ .' -- Stop at
; France, allows : ; Atkinson, ,vfs1:; <'fit '- ; .
Hathaway booster during the cam pedestrians to' halt who:- h s'the '
motor traffic. record of picking a I According to statistics of. the U. "SAV.ANNAH'S.BEST". .
paign. All of these rumors are un 15 seconds. for'l chicken 'cleanly]
in four
seconds. Recently S: Bureau of Education, out of every
founded and have been started by he
l.-l .
rpulled the feathers 1000 children
p off who. enter school 634! I t
those wishing to. have Sheriff Hancock A 10-cent James B. Buchanan'\ 427 chickens in 7 3-4 hours. reach the Sth' grade, and 139 graduate t HOTEL SAVANNAH ,

defeated in the November elec- stamp, of IS'IS, one of the rarest ot j from high school. .

.tion. United States postage stamps, found I i A stalk of rhubarb, IS inches long -

It has been reported that Dan McLaughlIn accidentally and 6 Inches Rates
by Miss Natalie in
S. Lincoln I circumference was After eating four eggs dally dur
expects to resign from ot- of Washington D.
fice C., on an old: Walker, of Pitts- ingthe past 40 :years, a total of up
and run in the general election I letter burg Kan. _
addressed '
in to her father, was more than 53,000, James Dudicker.: of .With bath-from $2.50 up
s We'cannot. ,
substantiate sold for !
$10,000 to the Nassau StampCo. Hammond,' lud.,. claims the egg-eat-
this statement but we believe ., of New York, N. Y. China has increased IN EVERY ROOM )
that by 50 percent ing championship of the world. I
Mr. McLaughlin is a little too its postal charges on mall mat Radio Loud Speaker. Roles posted in door. !

wise to accept such an offer evenif George Lewis ter sent to Electric Ceiling Fan Soft Water. ,
Spencer foreign -
made 6 months countries.In Albert O. Seeler, 14 :years old, or I ;
by his
political friends. old 1
Governor Dyersburg, Tenn., swalloweda Derry, N. II., will enter Harvard University : ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
Carlton did not appointMr. I
knife three.inches- long. By a successful an effort to escape-from Sing in September.
of Hendry Sing .
operation it was removed prison, Ossining, N., Y., Jack !I ?
any political scheme or from Levy
the sewed
child's I
stomach. himself
friendship. a mattress. When officers entered the home or .

m .de because The he appointment was While taking the mattress out John, Rhodes, at Eldorado, Ark, to ...

was the only available Miss Catherine Charron, of 'i through the prison gates its search for lIe _
man roy bulky liquor, poured 4 quarts 'A": <'' ''1-C = '->- 'ui
and could accept would at the accept the job \. Y., has offered, in a letter to a appearance was seen by the guards of beer into his boots. He was ar- F': : : : : ::: :: : : .
has and investigated. %
newspaper, to
had marry any :young man Levy was discovered rested. <
years of
experience in the sheriff's
of good character and returned
who will to
provide solitary
con- .,
and is making Hendry finement.So i- .' .
a home for her '
parents. She is described The Waldorf-Astoria .-
county I Hotel In -' .
one of the best officials we ," ,' '' w
have ever had.Those as being 24. years of age, New .York, N. Y., will have more ." '- ,
pretty and petite. life-like are the flesh
color than 6,000 windows.
who were opposed to appointing bathing suits worn by females r I
on I -
an outside !
man as sheriffof the .
Three bach
the countY'ha\'e United States Senators at Deauville, France, that, H. E. Taylor, of Marysville, Ohio, ,!
come to the con- Wheeler, of Montana at a distance of 20 ? MAKE( YOUR SELF AT HOMEA
clusion that Governor Carlton made ; Cutting, of Bible yards it Is impos-I. has a stone apple butter jar that has I
New Mexico to
a very wise selection for the benefit and Barkley, of Kentucky the distinguish whether been in his family for 109 years.

of Hendry with a party Hof tourists, at .bathers are attired or nude. ,
county. He
Is. a fearless .1 X
officer viewed the magnU1cicll'tgirl The
always performing his duty avearge yearly tax on motor"vehicles

for the interest of his people.! A man may: come home any night puzzling -suicides According In to figures just revealed in England is $140, in France FEW CHOICE ROOMS

that can be trusted and Germany numbered If<>",-I iso, and In Italy $75. '
one who will over matters
which Father or 036_ in 1929. ARE NOW AVAILABLE.

perform his work without favor or :Mother never thought of in schoolwork I I . ... -, .
fear. ,. .I I Five minutes after J. M. Peterson tl I ,, ,:'f\,; .' .. f".f. ,. ,_ ;
When : ;. : :'
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We congratulate Governor Carltonon "The lockstep employment agency"in told Denver (Colo.) police that his fr".f.: 'r '"
grade system must New York : ,
N. _
Y. : .
his selection and appreciate the I cease, as must Inflexible advertised 100 positions 1 automobile had been stolen, they ; .
examina to : '.- ,
fact that we are now enjoying a bet tions. given out, 5,000 men found it for him.. : REASONABLE RATES ,

ter conditions and women battled to get Into :.
in the the .. -
"Parents "J :
county' than
by registering a demand, building. .
have existed since its creation will Many* persons were Injured .: Franz Joseph Land, In the Arctic,
day when every boy I in the melee. I l.t SURROUNDINGS, .
and girl is in some way an exception .; ,has:: T beenrenamed, Fridtjof. Nansen -- -
Says Parents Get Worth to hard and ---- :Land in honor of the late ,Arctic ex
rules. 1'ne n Although Jose ,
Of f'I. Castro, of -
School "Home Work normal P.Iexi pl rer. -

sense of achievement will be ,sent, out but witha not co being City, Mexico a fearless, has the reputationof -- TRY oUR SUNp"AY QNNE{ I IS

A committee'of ..New York teachers complaint.} called lion tamer, he ", At Chicago, -III.. bandits removed 4 _

has made a strong -. protest upon police for protection? W. .A. .Decker's shoes and jabbed his : .
against "home work" for high school PROMINENT CITIZENS his wife blackened his eyes.A feet with pins for an hour before he -

pupils. Irritation of being asked to revealed 1 where his diamonds were
"do 30-sto ty hospital
problems" building vlll be secreted.
on which the qld 1 Boasting-as he has a perfect}built in CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL
folks are *a bit t Chicago, Ill. ,
rusty, Is one or tne right to do-of the
high station of
reasons, resulting from letters from citizens who I I A gold watch, lost 40 years ago b)' I
serve on juries in Birmingham GCC""
annoyed !;D Upham! of
parents. near Martine Wm. Lyons, who is now 75 years old
John Temple Graves U 1, Cat:, fs Ihr
"Parents, no matter how .patIent owner of a tree that was plowed up near Brighton, -Mich.,
names the
President of the First National (
pleads one teacher In theVoman"s about!: 125 varieties: of apples j recently and is in perfect condition.
Bank:, President of the Southern Since C2!; r '. THE WATANABEHOTEL
Home Companion, "aren't much use Cement : :am has been -graftIn fie! n

with home Company President of bran:!:;!. t, tl.e! :: original tree. .
work. Methods have the The will of Dr. F. S. Price, late of -, -, of ,
Hodges Milling Company, Vive-
changed. Arithmetic Carbbondale, Pa., directs that the
spelling, '
'President Fl
geography of the Alabama Power MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS Manager.
and Invading the home of Mr. and make collect -
history are taught in executors no attempt to ,, ,
Company '
and officer \
terms an of the Birmingham :Mrs. Alfred C...._-Slt- ai. :Ioiut '
different: from those > Clemens $20, OJ debts owed to him b)
which : .
Trust Company. But \\hat Tf-b.. '.-. !Y
tho older generation remeuibeis. :ai'a' b-inJ aid gaggedtheir : putleatc.For. ;
ror- stumps us is how the name sot such sick
ty years ago the high school child, locked the parentsin

consisted of nine! subjects.curriculum Today citizens first ever got in the box In the ; a closet, and escaped with 'loot the past 62 years, Addison H. __._ ._ : .,,,., -: f ,.r 'f.It.c '. '

there are 250 distinct .subjects; that,, place. It.,never happens like amounting to only 5G,,cents ] Day; of Chat 1am.-N. J., has commuted -
; down\ this \.va).-St. Petersburg ,
covered In high schools. Any boy or Ti .es. '- '-" ;, dally between Chatham and New

I A land turtle bearing Initials "J. ', York- N. Y.,. where he is -a bank of" __... ,_
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: RRIDAY i iI AUGUST 29, 1930
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ration to engage in real estate busi SOUTH NEEDS MORELIVESTOCK


I II CONTROL WORK Daytona Beach-Harrington Mills
I r' Miami Beach-Miami Beach Banc::: bridge, started by county, road forces. purchased Clarendon Hotel. GAINESVILLE, Fla.-The !South:: THEY

0 and Trust Company taken over by must turn its attention 'more and ,. 'a D06REAWORK
IS NEARING END interests and business Jacksonville-Seminole Hotel will /
: Penney-G\vinn: Stuart-Oiling of principal streets more to livestock farming If: it is
be improved at cost of 50000. '
resume underway to prosper, L. R. Neel, editor of the

Southern Agriculturist, Nashville, _
Caloosahatchee Dredge Winter I la veil-D.. II. Gilbert plans Winter Park-Morseland Gardens Tenn., told
St. dairymen gathered atFarmers' -IT
} Petersburg-Central Truck WOULD TELL A
cold storage district to be developed into high-
Work In 100
Is Now At construction of car:
Lines. Inc.. increased capital stock Week hero. He has ob TALE OF GOOD SERVICE-AT

South Bay Area.The plant.. here in near future. Park class Land residential Company.MacclennyContract district. by Winter from $10,000 to 25000. i. served that sections that have given

livestock major attention are more
r 1 prosperous, have better homes, andfewer
Caloosnhatcheo will Contract let by Seaboard
Crawfotdville-Contract let lor let for con-,, I
tenants LAUNDRY
complete] tho work'of rebuilding the Air Line railway; for construction or CO. .
construction of office building for struction of Macclenny-Glon St. Alary "
dikes around the southern shores 'of $?O.OOO corrugated iron packing Every town and city is a markettor
\Vakulla County Chamber of Com- High School building to Hlnely If your r.hirts could talk, when
tho lake to a twenty foot level this house for R. W. Burch, Inc.. Independent dairy products, he said. Creameries .
merce and county agricultural Construction Co. on bid of $12,500. they come back from this laundry
.. week! }: according to the Secretary of fruit packers and shippers. or cheese factories need not
I the Flood Control Board at West agent. be elaborate and may be set up in you'd hear these words of praise-'
New Smyrna-Contract let to
Palm Beach. Okahumpka-Store building and a community: as soon as farmers get "They do great workl! Send us there
Palm Beach-Bids will be opened W. Hermanson for construction of I
I This repair work] was started by filling station being constructed together with a few hundred regu- againl" Here you'll find modern
August 2Sth for site of new post office Yacht Club building, for price of j I
: the Flood Control Hoard'early in building here. 1GS26. across from Lake county Recreation larly milked cows. methods, sanitary conditions, and ,

t June when it was found that the Center for LeRoy Williams. Dairying offer one of the best careful workmanship. .

lake lore was steadily rising. With ways knowiy fiuild up the fertility
Wildwood-Danle of Wiiciwood win Perry-Work started on State
tho level at IS'.S and approaching the of the land, he went on.,
Tampa-Work of dredging an
,I 'I.'I.I be reorganized and resume business Highway No. 19 here, with view to up CLEW! S TON
10 foot level every effort is being Island in east Hillsborough bay.'. near In times of low prices it Is not
within short time. paving this highway from this placeto
made to keep: the waters within the Tallahassee. mouth of Alafia river and excavating the time to quit.the. business he LAUNDRY, inc.

::1 lake: area. StarkeWork'started on Installation channel extending ito, ship channel,I said. Rather it Is the time to cull.I EL PASO AVE,r" SAN BONITA ST.

The dredge Caloosahatchee has In bay, completed for American Cyanamid heavily, and produce larger amounts
[ of third clectiicat unit at local Rebuilding on stretch of highway
i been working on the dikes near here Company's plant; total project of home feed. The way to have good CLEWSTONFLORIDA.
between Godley's Bluff and Carra-
.t-' and South Bay. The dike from Miami light plant. to cost $6,000,000.JacksonvilleBids cows is to raise them, and tho way
belle, stal.ted.Lake ilour snow ire LaundryCLEWISTON
:11 i locks: to South M3ay was com to have economical feed is to raise
Frostproof Frostproof Citrus
I ij pletely'! washed in the l'J2S
away it at home, he added.
will be opened
Growers Association constructing "ad{ Placid-Arcade of Arcade Hotel I I
storm. The worJc of repairing this
almost double Consolidated Naval soon for' establishment of post office
section is about completed and the (dition to building to leased by

I dredge will move Into the South Bay capacity. Stores Company garage here. .
: ,,c 'section the latter part of this week. i FOLKS I

\I B Efforts are being made to keep Graceville-Local receiving station Chipley-New swimming pool at Tampa-Construction of new can-

c W. & W. Pickling and Canning Green Lantern west of city on high- ning plant fo Florida Packing Cor-
I' the dredge in the lake: to take care

of any emergency work that might Company installed three more tanksto way, completed and opened to public. uoration will: start soon. :,' THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI ,.c ,

develop from storm hurricane in take care of large crop. ",
) a or Jasper-Cooper Mercantile Company MIAMI, FLORIDA ; <:. }
Okeechobee-Citizens Bank opened
September. moved into Black building. !:. < :
Complaints have been received by Jaclsou\'ille-Duilding l1e'mits'1s- Its doors for business. WELCOMES YOU '-

the board that some of. the work! sued for erection of new Western .
I Leesburg-Internal ImprovementBoard /
\ done In the South Bay section was Union quarfers at Laura and Duval Hillsboro-Interior of Hillsbo r o
leased to Lake Griffin Pulp "The Most Perfectly Vcnlllaicd Hotel In the South."
insufficient and that the dikes would streets, to cost $200,000. State Bank repainted.
and Grass Corporation of Florida, .
not hold a strong wind tide.
saw grass rights to 30,000 acres Storage Space Across Street .European Plan
The board expected. to take care Fort Pierce-Construction of pedestrian Avon Park-Penn-Mar-Florida Cor
State land for manufacture of paper
I: of these complaints in their meeting_ walkways, along causeway poration, 'granted charter of incorpo "

: .. Monday in West Palm Beach. Every: pulp f

effort will be .made to take care of

any emergency that might develop ". .'. :'

from high water in the lake.. There 5'S

I is considerable more work that can ".;5'I.. y-I '.'' ; &
be done by the board if they find I1"t.' t.-*' i. '''*'-'' --';'-' C*.*"'* '-.- A'lO ':*.''>;.\ 5-
A .
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I sufficient money to carry on 'tluwork \ ".'..lir-v" ;iL: -- "vr.v.'' =4: .'- ? ,;.:sjifia,., '-.V : v;:;; r.\1
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By Spuds ohnson- '- "'.' /- -i>- ,
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LEARNING TO CULL \ 5T,1 :: I I .5 ; -

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I I' :i\Irs. Johnson and 1 were over at a a .. .i''!;:j,fl F ti'+''l.?,' u / .v I ,at: .l' ,, i:?. .s,. I.... ,
1 Y r. :};ti}S
Y ,
culling demonstration L'
at. a nearby 1 .r Stij
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farm recently and learned sometnmg

r a, about how to tell a- good laying lien

from a poor one. -The extension poultry ;...:-j

specialist was there and told us

how to pick ,out the poor iayersI -

I those that are.not. apt to oring m'l '

I more than the cost of their feed-so : I cii: ; N. : -5,1 -

i that they can be removed from the

r!i,[ flock, permitting more profit to ne
made: from the ones that are kept I

.I'' The specialist gave each of us a"I

chart to help us in doing the' work

"I, when he is not with us. Here is II !Y' .- -. r,;::':": :....'f... ;: f; ',' ; "'J .;.'," .J..,:: o ,' ...
I what the chart contained about ho"TC; : '

j I' I I! to poor pick layers.out the Good good Layer layers from the I'",''. ;, : ,::: L1fr z 'ou ura4it a off are/fe .

'I Comb, Red, large, waxy, full. .

1 Eyes: Outstanding, bright, well ,

I I, apart, roundish. ., ,. ",. I- / II : : J'
.' Face .. ; ...
: cut, free frow wrinkles. i. ; '

,-I;I Body. : Deep both front and rear,. ., : ,: ::} ;1 : J< (Pia to mlllle1l WI/la 0 .

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slab sided. ABack ;; :

: Broad. Width carried well ,'f.\: .: ,: :: ; .'I ? "
I toward tail. /.i {jr. :
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Pelvic bones: Two or more fingers /. } '

,: apart, thing pliable. ,? 6 __

;, more Pelvic fingers to breast with no bone bagginess.: Three 01 > .:..,i.'tr'-. ,.. .'. .. :' J ,:: ." e f Th .:'

Shanks Bleached
: and rather flat ""
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: Thin loose." velvety. } ... : 'f', r."l. r : ,,
'r :lL Vent: Large, moist, faded. "

Feathers: old, worn, l late molt. ,, ; ::f, ;jih/'
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Poor Layer ,.' '. c--4.- \.' .. '
,Comb: .Pale, r shall, ";scurfy; shrlcled. \'- '.. -, -

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I Eyes: Sunken, dull turning in" # ." -
the nostrils. ..- .>' '' >% l re I 1-

Eye ring and beak:: Yellow.. ,-

Face: Shallow.. round.-. ',' ./
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Back:: Narrow sloping. tapering. -

Pelvic bones Less than two lingers { a _

apart ;' r1.:

Pelvic to breastbones: Less tnan

three fingers, often. baggy or hard C s ;} .. exs
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fat. '- % .. '
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Vent: Puckered, dry yelloy. t ,

.Shank: Yellow atHiro lldc'c1. MILDER ,
Skin: 'rhfcl{. bard; 'o'4rs: '..' SOMFHlNG .,.,........ ,

.._ Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying :" )f. _L. :
I.! Feathers: Either molting, or new .' .... g; ,.:,.. r..:# .
avor. "
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i I Daytona. Beach-Construction of BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; and ti-_ /

: new municipal dock for winter pleasure ..' :() Or '
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': that's what smokers get in Chesterfield in fullest :: ": -
craft started! at south end .of 'I. ,: / : '

( Bnrgoyue Island.WauchulaContract. .t:. .: measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow t u !OO .
I ,116. Assoc n-
let for clearing tobaccos, exactly blended and cross-blended. I\)'.!..... ._ .{>, ::.:..:/:1 1"1j \ ,..I .i, President';
runways for new airport to be y
Better taste, arid milder too ,'t:. :f."X'; 1_ constructed just 1 R.
of city.
=\'i'a"'i .:, l w" F. Lydig, P.
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1930,LIGGETT&MYERS TOBACCO Co. (.:'1'':'. .; '-' ...;.' .}, f 1 '

I New Sm'rna-Bfds opened for ox; ':; _. '_ -:: : ':.' ,,-.'';- 16; RmnrE: (' t -le andV.. C.
f ; :5Ft: 'g '
tensive repairs to local school build- V y:
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No more suffering from summer '- the basement or attic. You can use it strength, .makes walls sturdy and per _, f

heat for the families of wise home insulate the roof, refinish. the ceilings manent. .

owners. For nowadays: they live in or change open porches into sun And on inside walls and ceilings you
houses insulated with e otex-houses parlors. By these simple methods you can secure finer, smoother, lasting
that are cool and pleasant even \ can make your present home more enjoyable plastered surfaces with Celotex Lath,,
when its 90 degrees outside. all year 'round. which is especially designed to eliminate -

Celotex shuts out scorching sun's. When built into your house as lath-marks and to reinforce

rays during summer month Through sheathing Celotex adds structural against plaster cracks. Q
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