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: September 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00283
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!. : Where Agricullurc Industry Meet.And .. T he Clewl8ston' .News The Center Sugar of America's Bowl. INeiv I

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September 4 .................................... IS.5 September 4 !...................................... 22

CARRIES STORY September 5 .................................... IS.5 OPENS MONDAY THAT NEW! CANEIS September 6 ...................................... .... ASKED ON LOANS

September 6 ...................................... IS.5 September 6 ..........................:........... .18

September 7'.............::.....:............... IS.6 AUABELLE SUCCESSFULVariety September 7 ........................................ .... FORFARMERSCongressman
ON LOCAL September 3 ........:........................_. IS.5 September 8 ...................................... .92

September 9 ......... .................. ....... .1 .3 ,- September 9 ...................................... .... _

One Of Strongest Banks September 10 ...".............. .............. 11).4.CLEWISTON ) Several Murder Cases Known As C. O. September 10 .................................... .01 Drane Is

TOTAL ........................................ 11.43
In The State Says To Be Tried During 281 Has Proven: Asked To Help Local

\, Noted 'Writer. BEATS This Term.The Exceptional.An YOUNG SAYS LAKE F arm rs.

'I Glenn Griswold-, writing I in the LAKE WORTH TEAM usual fall term of circuit excellent crop of cane and a Every effort is being made by the

i Chicago Journal of Commerce, paid court will open In LaBelle, the county large production of sugar is practi DIKES WILL NOT local committee to secure additional

I. Clewiston a great compliment last IN FAST GAME seat, Monday September 15th. cally assured according to informa application blanks and extensionof

week. Mr. Griswold was publishingto All Jurors have been summoned by tion received from the laboratory of STAND A GALE time for loans that are to be

I the world the story of Florida Sheriff Hancock and according to the Southern Sugar Company. Dally made by the Government to local
J Information received from the sheriffs tests are being mado from the different I
; B nlcs. During the past six years Scout Team Hits Ball I farmers:
Florida has suffered from the loss of office thiswill be one of the varieties of cane in the fieldas If Authentic WarningsAre E. L. Stewart and L. A. Morgan,
Win White
1 i several of its great banking institutions Hard To ; most interesting courts ever held jn to sucrose, bbrlx and purity. With Posted Residents I Jr., are the members of the local

and these have carried their Gets 3 Hits.BY the county. Ideal weather for the growing or 'committee and are working to secure

4 small banks with them. Chain banks The grand jury is expected to convene cane the local company officials are Should Leave.The financial aid to local farmers

have proven disastrous to Florida I. D. PLAYIT Monday and go Jnto session well pleased with the results obtained who have suffered from financial

I during the past ten years and due Again the bats rang against the immediately thereafter. It has been so far this season. dredge Caloosahatchee has' losses during the past year.

to this form of banking in the state balls and the local scouts scored rumored that the next grand jury According to P. G. Bishop, Receiver completed its work on lake Okeechobee Only fourteen applications have

many of the small banks that have another victory last Sunday on the will clean up Hendry county and and Vice-President. of the Sugar and will be moved through the been sent from this section, aggre-

been serving their respective communities Lake Worth diamond. The' Lake give the new sheriff backing In his Company, the variety known as C. St. Lucle canal next week. The emergency gating approximately 500000.; Thisis

, !%. have been forced to close Worth Wonder team was the victim efforts to rid the county of liquor. O. 281 has proven to be the best work wasf completed at a due to the fact that only a limit

I 44. their doors.In this time, the score being 90. The new grand jury Is expected to cane grown In the local fields. This cost of approximately $44,000 accord ed number of applications were received -

Mr. Griswold's report he states The local team threatened the make a special Investigation Into variety has proven to be even bet ing to Senator A. W. Young, secretary in this section and the com-

that the figures he quotes are taken Wonders in the first inning but failed the affairs of the county. Every effort ter than the P. O. J. cane planted of the Flood Control Board. mittee could not obtain any additional -

) from the reports sent to the comp to score. Hooks, local pitching ace, Is to be made to give the new last year. The dikes are in the 'best condition applications..

troller of the state and are not takenas put the first three Lake Worth batters sheriff backing and according to Information With approximately 23,000 acres since the 1928 hurricane stated The following letter was received

any special kind of work or publi away without a threat. received from the court officials in cane to be harvested this fall the the secretary, every weak spot has Monday in answer to an appeal to

: Each team scored one in the sec. they are standing behind the amount of sugar expected to be been covered and the dikes will Honorable Herbert J. Drane, Con-

city.He says, that the Florida banks ond inning and again scored two eachIn new sheriff in his official work. manufactured Is very encouraging at stand a 19 foot lake level.It gressman,

',; are generally in a cash and quick the third. The locals scored againin The Honorable George W. White- this time. All cane ,has been "laid should be understood that the Louis A. Morgan, Publisher,

asset position. That. many 'of the the fourth but Lake Worth came hurst will preside over the court. by" for the season, work of cleaning dikes will withstand a 19 foot lake Clewiston News .

banks could pay their depositors in in and with the aid of a couple of People who are interested In local ditches and seeing that the prop. level_with a good wind tide, without Clewiston, Florida.

i full within a few minutes notice. errors and two hits scored fiver runs afafirs are watching with interestthe er amount of water is drained from danger of breaks or over topping the Dear M. Morgan:

.i He points to the Bank of Clewis- before being retired.In coming session of the circuit the fields is progressing. Accordingto dikes. The dikes are not safe or efficient Following your telegram and our .

ton as an example, with $131,885 on the fifth the Clewiston lads court and the way the new sheriff some of tho field foremen rain has in event of a gale wind. Per telephone message of the sixth, to-

deposit quick assets $148,861. Cash lived up to the name given them in will handle the .routine business.All been needed In some places. sons living in the lake area should gether with a letter from the Farm
on hand $42,561, loans and discounts Sunday's Palm Beach Post, The jurymen are expected to reportto With the average September rain- know these conditions and In case ers' Seed Loan _Office, I am givingthe

$35,424." He stated that this bank is Clewiston Clubbers, and clubbed out LaBelle Monday and be ready for fall no harm Is expected from this of a storm should make every preparation matter immediate attention.

I in sound financial condition and enough hits for a total of four runs, court to open at nine o'clock. source. The storm season has about to leave the area in event of' Judging from the tenor of the tele

i! could liquidate at once and if necessary which tied the score at 88. There are several murder cases to passed and If this section escapes a any authentic warning.In gram I should imagine that the time

+'i would not have to worry about It was at this stage of the game be tried at this term of court and hurricane this year there Is no reason making the above statement, the for receiving applications for loans

.. its loans and discounts. But he also that it was stopped so a County according to Tom Hull, Clerk of the why the company should not be i Senator does not intend to, alarm prabably expired with the first day

says one wonders what kind of League game could be played and Circuit Court, every effort will be in a much better financial shape after any of the residents of this area but of the month and that there is no

Vi ii banking service can be rendered to the game was given to the Clewiston made to clear the docket during this the present, grinding season. says that all should be acquaintedwith further funds available.

r a community when the bank main- team with tho score of 90. term of court.LEGION The inventor of the new' cane harvester the true facts. Some people are However, I will take the matter up

tains in it still more than 'twice as Robert Bard; Lake Worth High. has declared that with his i of. the impression that _the work earnestly and will advise you of the
much cash as the total of its loans. School star, was on the mound for machine in 'operation in the fields done by the flood control board results. I am exceedingly regretfulthat

Mr. Griswold used- figures from the Wonders and was touched for MEETINGTO much more sucrose can be extracted would bo sufficient in time of'a storm I did not know before September -

'j'j banks located at Miami, Coral Gables twelve hits. Hooks,"the puzzling boy from the cane due to the fact that which Is an error stated the Secre first, in which event I might

Hollywood, Tampa, Winter Haven. BE HELD AT the machine cuts the stalks below
I r ,,c. '- from the Gladesgave-up only: -five tary. have been able to accomplish some-
i and Ybor City in his report. the surface of the ground and gives thing in this connection for the
: Clewiston should feel proud of Its hits.Earl White the new cane a better chance to I farmers
; and Everett Fisher, local in your section.
.I !! local banking institution and one of- players, led the batting, each INNJHURSDAYNational put on its growth.TRACTORS. MOTT APPEALS TO With kind personal regard, I am

ten wonders what would have' happened with 1000. White hit safely three dear sir,

l I: :.. to the local bank if the same times in three attempts while Fish. Radio Program I! BEING STOCKHOLDERS OFSUGARJMPANY Herbert J. Drane.

r conditions existed in other towns er hit in one attempt. The following telegram was received
l, To Be Heard Local
; The Lake Worth team will battle By by L. A. Morgan from the

l KISS PROVES COSTLY the locals on the local diamond on Members.The REPAIRED FOR 1930 Farmers' Seed Loan Office:

.J A man and a woman were cen- either September 21st or 28th, the Y Regret no additional application

teiiced to 3 months in jail for kissing date not 'being definitely known at local post of the American GRINDING SEASON J Ask Receiver Certificates i- forms available nor could applications
'! each other in
'I a public park in
I present. Legion will hold a special meeting at be accepted at this time. Farmers'
Florence, litaly.ENSIGN Be PurchasedAt
i j the Clewiston Inn next Thursday, Seed Loan Office.

II I HOOKER SAYS September 18th. The purpose of the Clewiston And Canal Once.The After the receipt of this telegramMr.

l! SAYSPROSPECTS meeting will be to hear the National Point Shops Are Drane was asked to use his in-

Radio program which will be broadcast I stockholders committee of the fluence in trying to have the time '

, ii FORCABBAGE ONLY 40 ACRES OF over one of the largest radio Kept_Busy. Southern Sugar Company, headed b>" extended for local farmers due to

hook-ups ever to be attempted in C. S. Mott as chairman, has called the fact that only a limited numberof

I BEANSftANTEDAbout America. This will be a regular Legion .The plantation machine shop will upon all stockholders to subscribe to applications were received here.
GOOD be operating with a full force withina Every effort was made to secure
and in the
1\\ program every post the receivers certificates that have
few days, repairing and putting these from other'coun-
i United States is Invited to listen in been issued by P. G. Bishop and applications
jt f Two Hundred during this special hour. into condition all tractors to be used Judge J. L. Doggett, Receivers 'for ties, but they were short and could
', Storage Holdings Light in the harvesting of the 1930 cane not spare the local members any ot
; Alston Drug Company has agreedto the Company. .
'I. And ,Fifty Acres To
crop. their applications.
; A letter addressed to the stock-
Drouth Has Cut Install a new General Electric Radio -.
Parts have been ordered for the Every effort will be made to se-
Be Planted Here.
: for the occasion and according i holders has been mailed from the of-
Production. tractors from the McDonald Tractor cure loans for those who make application -
i I II to the best information available at fice of Hovey C. Clark, Secretary,
I Equipment Company through its and notice will be given of
Approximately forty acres have this time a good reception will be extracts from which are given be-
M. R. Ensign, horticulturist at the been branch,. the Clewiston Motor Company. Mr. Drane's work in the matter.
j planted in beans according to assured. low:

;," Florida Experiment Station, has declared W. C. Hooker, local planter and ship- Every member of the local post is "As you have already been informed i

\ that early cabbage growers in per. Mr. Hooker is one of the larg- especially invited to attend the meetIng -, The Southern Sugar Company op- on June 30, 1930. Receivers YOUNG STRIBLINGIS
the Everglades should! arates the I
make largest fleet of
a good Caterpillar -
est truck farmers in the Evergladesand next Thursday.; Commander Duff in Equity were appointed for the
; profit this year. ". is well posted on trucking in has issued a special call and a good Tractors in America. All field I I protection of your company by the
Storage holdings are light and the this section. work Is done with these machinesand : Circuit Court of Hendry county In EXPECTED TO
1: drouth has business program is assured. This .
severly cut production when the new cane harvester Is "
The small acreage planted to dateis the State of Florida.
0 in many of the leading states, ho due to the heavy rains and storm I program will be the first ever broad put into use these tractors will save "The Receivers are in urgent need VISIT CLEWISTONNow
said casted by the National headquartersand the
reports that have been circulated in Sugar Company many: dollars in of funds to prepare, harvest and market
t With thousands of should be heard by' every member labor l-.qi The i is
acres of Everglades this section. nno loaded into
Local farmers the present Your committee
I' lost a crop.
laud adopted to the raising of the Legion in Clewiston. the cane wagons direct from the harvester Pa
.. considerable amount of truct last believes that when marketed, In Miami With
i of an early cabbage crop by local due to and Is hauled to the loading will to the Receivers .
farmers these year high, water, wind and COW CAN'T MOO AT NIGHT present crop return Arranging For Next
words stations
from who with these tractors Under
a man an early freeze. an amount of cash well in
I, Is in a position to know the the the will
national new system cane not Fight. .
In opinion I cash to
I my there will not be excess of the required carryon
market should be encouraging. Canton (Ohio) city officials have have to be stripped or loaded by
;1 i over two hundred and fifty acres operations of the present crop
W. C. Hooker I notified E. Lucas, owner of a cow,
local planter decided hand in the but will be cut
planted in beans In this section this wagons season. W. L. Stribling, King of the Cane
several weeks ago to plant to prohibit It from mooing at night. in small pieces and loaded direct to "
ono flew Into West Palm Beach
year, stated the planter. "You are, therefore, urged to sub- Brakes,
hundred and fifty acres to early cab the from the harvester.
wagons by Pa in
A accompanied
diversified last Monday
crop of vegetableswill scribe for your share of .,.Receivers
bage. Ho should find a good market Banks Clearance For I Repairing of the mill rollers has
be his Traveller six place plane.
the only solution for growers Certificates at the rate of 15.00 per new
j and a high price according to Mr. in I (Please turn to page 2)) Stribling and Pa started on
I Ensign. this section and as soon as August ,Is $237,902.91Business share for each share of Preferred Young
r local planters realize this fact they Stock owned by you and send your their road to success with the American

bring Diversified crops are going to will begin to reap a profit each conditions are steadily Henry Stalls Has check for this subscription to the Legion In Macon, Georgia, in
prices to all
Farmers In the future. If Everglades the local year. The Everglades can produce Improving in Clewiston according Enlisted In The NavyWord committee without delay. Payment of 1920. He has fought his way to the

farmers will beans, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, to the bank clearance for the your subscription can. if desired, be top under the able direction of his
get together
and each
cabbages and mado In installments by paying at father manager and Is now ready to
plant a variety of vegetables or each several other varietiesof I month of August, which was $237- has been received in Clew the
select vegetables that will net a profit 902.91. This is a good barometer of this time one third of your subscription take on any man in the ring for
a certain crop to plant a good iston that Henry Stalls has passedthe a
local business conditions. In cash, ono third In thirty days champonshlp of the world.
markot will always be waiting for to the local"srowers if planted In the Duringthe ,entrance examination for ser Jacksonvillethat
(hose who will co-operate in their early winter. past six months the local busi- vice In the U. S. Navy and is now and one third in sixty days. Strlbling wired from and
The Idea the letter is to he would be in Palm Beach
tracts of give
Several large of land have with
plantings.: ness men have been watching In Hampton Roads. Virginia. Hen
wanted to see his old friends regarding -
Due to wet weather and storm been broken for early planting and interest local conditions and have ry Is a local boy and his friends those who are now Interested in tho Clew-

warnings the local farmers have will be planted within the next few been stocking their shelves accord will be glad to know that he has Company a chance to protect their tho winter' sports In
0 been weeks. W C. Hooker and associates' interest and at the same time give iston. We had a nice time with Pa
slow In starting their winter ingly. decided to accept the many advantages .
and W. L. and both agreed to fly
.' crops. Ground are planting one hundred and fifty. theU. the company sufficient money to operate
Is being broken and With the harvesting season approaching given our young men by back to
to Clewiston on their way
I put Into excellent condition. Plant- acres in cabbages. Milton Crouch is fast and the Sugar Com- S. ,Navy. It Is not known what on during the coming season. .

Ing will not be started by local also planting a large tract in beans, pany getting back on* a sound financial branch of the Navy service Henry This is another example of B. G. Macon.W. fine
L. and his family own a
farmers until good weather Is pre he is one of the largest growers and basis local business condi- enlisted in, but according to his local Dahlberg and his interest in those
dicted. shippers in this section. tions are Improving.. : friends aviation was his choice. (Please turn to page 2)) (Please turn to page 2))

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Paul Minn. he will try to fly to the
three..' Capone was ,
to run except
THE CLEWISTON willing to pay one hundred thousand' capital of every one of.t. e 48 statesin o n mc

every Friday at dollars and twenty-five per cent or the United States, without land-

the net profits of his three gambling
Clewiston, Florida. Bv Universal. News Service ing.

clubs for this privilege. When trouble occurred between ai i begging in the streets of Paris, for 'i})
I only 55% of
LOUIS MORGAN..... Publisher-, --I Mallie Martin,: Jimmy:( Lynch and man and his ,wife at Shaugahi, Chiuif -. j France, and inhabiting an attic. Recently For persons who read at ,night, a regular fare you

Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- : W. I. Evans w.roll tied up with ;,because a barber bo"bbed. the lat- 'several'p.J;, f the"woman's countrymen Him in Germany has introduced: eyeglasses W'can days buy and, Fridays Sundays, Satur until I

istnn, Florida, as second class matter. the Deauville and E.mbassy'Clubs_ and ter's hair, Chinese court officials' placed. her .in. a.. permanent that have electric bulbs on September 28, inclusive,,

these!.. clubs wished to keep Capone's unlawful for a barber'to ['' )tome. the ends of the frame. roundtrip tickets good In
have .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES made coaches only, 15-day limit,
.three.. ..,. clubs.,.... fibm, operating.. \ married woman's hair without ] between
One Year ._ ......................, ....;........ 2.50. cut a' i NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo any points In the
: It is then that they have a Conference husband's consent. ji II j I entire Southeast. Ask local
Six Mouths\ ...............................1'.... 1.50 Jacksonville the <: i-.Kinston S. agent of the
at, Lake. City and ) ----- leaf: tobacco plant, near ,
Three Months\ ................................ .'& \ \ the Sheriff of Hendry County, ATLANTIC COAST LINE
: ",.with the. .famous. Carlton Sauledijm. .- After :Mary ..\be}'ta. of. Pueblo, : C.,.,the first ever seen in that sec of the State of Florida: Last automobiles killed
ADVERTISING RATES ) .. composed l Pf.-l. 'Turner But-. Colo., had .caused her husband's. arrest tion. He it Known, That I, R. A. Gray. people..trains only 95; 326 to 11 I

George ..B. Hjlls_ Stafford Camter .for I :- ----- 0 Secretary of State of the State of TRAVEL BI TRAIN..IT'S SAFER!

dis-count :well Glenn Dowling and .Vincent. ,Gib- ,. she fought' then.went. the' police to! jail i 'to; his be I, When} police raided the, home of Florida, do hereby given notice thata .- ---"..",,-:.::-,' .;;..: --- ---: ._- ...
free tom. and = General Election will be held in <
All advertising copy lin, where plans .were' laid to employ : : J01i. than Goff, at Frankfoit; InrJ..
guaranteed. near him.,.' : >r,. Ilendry County State of Florida, on
must be in this office ',Wednesday, an Italian detective to act supposed- -_ I they found tombstones, and moonshine Tuesday next succeeding the first

before issue of paper.. lr as: a gunman J.! and try to l lead ,Fred: A tree, surgeon, working in a big liquor were being manufactured Monday in November, A. D. 1930, (the

O. Eberhardt in some plan which ._ In the same room. said Tuesday being the Fourth Day
0. sawed off the .
I maple, at Canton, .. November.
CAN IT BE TRUE?, would, look like, a plot to kill the Governor. wrong limb and. was unable to de- of For Representative of the First"
Liquor and women galore A mosquito bite which caused
scend. He was rescued by firemen Congressional District of the Stateof
piovlded but Fred would not blood poisoning killed Mrs. Luaetta
It seems that the Jacksonville were with: Y aerial ladder. Florida in the Seventy-second

Journal under the direction of E. T. participate nor lanything he fall for an Weaver, 25, years old, of Galesburg, Congress of the United States.

which resembled a plot to Ill. For Secretary of State of the State'
Hollingsworth has published a very Clarence l Stiotid,' of Hot' Springs, 'of Florida. v
desperation they -arrested \
kill Catllon.
: 'police'lic shot his wife to For Two Justices of the
told Supreme
Governor Rails and Rail's : ,'BO'YS camping near Big Pool, Md., .
Ebeihardt, 'r"death' Court of the State of Florida.

friend, Halsema, and 'then threatened, '. .. to preve'nt her- from.. divorcing. .. -. uneaither 500 arrow heads a largestone I II I For Two Railroad Commissioners -

Steps should be taken by the Governor and made all sorts of promises to him and., marryinganother' ..man..:: ',. ? axe several tomahawks] and ,. of the State of Florida. -IS THE. MOTTO OF-

and his official star to pro"ethese Rails. he that Eb .. _..':" ..... I I a rare Ipdian pipe. For State Senator for 24th Senatorial -
Frank: i if would say. '
claims untrue or else the good An aeroplane company, ,in Germanys District of the State of Flor- THE CLEWISTON
,eihardt and he :were in a plot
name of Florida: and our Governor operating ,an air taxi service.: ida.For
with .I djl!) Carlton, .but. Rails was stronger During the National Mothers' one Member of the House of LAUNDRY CO.

will forever, be stained corptp.Hon ,thlthey'; thought. .He, would .not. Week in Mexico\ Senora Juan: Barre Representatives of the State of Flor-
and graft. After he had, beenx annoyed, for We win the blue ribbon for cleanliness -
.fall. into line with their. plot to frame. ar de Chavania, mother of 37 ida.For
The story is as follows: ,. 'several_ !_, days, with a peculiar }buzzing Five County Commissioners.For and sanitation. Here you'll find
Eberhaidt and cover up the Bllmy? It .r1 11 / children, was crowned' .'queerr' of
It was during, the time before Gordon Neilsen. of Oak- Three Members the County the class of work
"jn his, car ple.. highest laundry
,orgy of graft which has character- \ mothers, at Mexico '.City. Board of Public Instruction.For @
Perkins ardent Carlton sup a physician who.removed that can buy because we exercise
Cal cgnsulted
the, Baptist Deacon dale, ., She expresses a desire for 3 more Constable in for money
,zed, ,_the_ sojourn. of \ !! 1. t .t '- and the fol-
porter and member of the State Road 'jyhi( spider and a lot of make
a small a care and sure
in the Executive. ansion1, : ': childieu.. lowing Justice Districts. viz:
Department, resigned because the series of webs that the.i. insect, hadspun V No.1. that you will be pleased.CLEWIS .
Tallahassee. .
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Governor refused to cleanse the department No.2.
in Neilsen's' l left ear.
When B. F. Williamson, of: Turnbertpn -
had to kill ,
Gangsters: no desire In Testimony Whereof I have
of graft, that in answer to '
," r. ,- : Miss.. went to. offer his assistance.
Governor Carlton because apparently: r hereunto set my hand and affixed TONLAU.ND'RY
Perkins' insistent statement that the
More than 300-women! dentists are to female motorist distress l the Great Seal of the State of Flor-
control 1 witha ,
too to
.!t ,was, easy : hjm' '1 { '' inc.
Fred O.
friendship between Eber- portion of.the profits.YOUNC now.- practicing, ..in England.,, .. ," ,he: was, .held up and, robbed ida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this ,
hardt and W. A. Shands was too twenty-third day ,of August, A. D. ELPASOAVE.&SANBONITAST.fjfour .
,of, ,.|50 by the. woman.
close, that the Governor assured him th 1930. .
recently! ,. husky yes
that at the proper time Shands: would feet .
HERE stole! ,a steam, shovel beam, 40 ,C. G. Buton, of Independence, Kan. Secretary of State
cross Eberhardt and that they would )long and 1 weighing! ten tons, a 1500. i is.'the ,owner of .a horse (not a Shetland 9t thru Oct. j snow- lee Laundry
have him in in. less than six '
pound 1 steel bucket and. .a .cabbe] 26 .
months. (Continued! from! page 1)) .}). that stands i Inches high, and
weighing I 1000, pounds /ffom ,a sewer- weighs, 57 1-2 pounds. :Buton lso has
will be thereduring ,
Saturday August the 16th. Fred aorne in Miami and '
construction' l. ,job .i In Philadelphia! I !! ,,.Pa. 'a'Dail, dog that .weighs i 17G pounds. N1.
Eberhardt was in the Duval County t the coming'n.: seasoil. W. L., \

jail and this was less than six :qxpeqts: t9 ,have several fights In Texas B. Everett r !
In Sterling, City, W. A, garage in {Armonk Nt Y., was
the winter and will
months. during.
!is both doctor and pastor.. robbed of ?10 and the burglar alarm.
Away back in 1929, Jack Zuta, as mql ko. several trips here befo're he '
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the real head of the Bugs Moran goes north next summer. :Because the cost of.. social func- While wrestling! with! a" 300-pound'

had arranged to keep in office I I' r rtions .
gang automobile -
.and_ maintaining! an alligator, at '-a swimmIng', ol. in
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George McCaskill as County Solicitor MOTT APPEALSTO : : _ate a big (lio. in his. salary,. Rev.. V. Philadelphia] ., George.. Rogers' aged ;
and Thompson as Judge of the STOCKHOLDERSContinued I 19" place !FaJ'Ollr} HeliiltJY
years attempted to a lope
Criminal Court of Record of Dade Episcopal -
.' ? } ; !? I around the reptile's jaws. The rope Trip
County. Under friendly protection ,( from page 1)--) reined of 1 slipped and the
to, ,accept the, janitorship alligator snapped off
they were in control of large liquor rI 'And for months thereafter! Enjoy -
who invest their money with him. in the
tie First Congregational Church, young, man's left arm blow the
t jroar ear without delays or expense ,
importations Miami\ while
through Should 'a stockholder fail to s1.1bs'cribeto .Oshkosh. Wisv which! will! enable elbow: Rogers will recover. for tire trouble.Here's. .
leaving the small liquor business In
; outside
amount and capital
any him to save more money.
,' '"' ,. a genaine Goodyear of fine ,
the hands of Guss Muller and Fred certificates "
take'uP. s.it
have to these The United. States Government 3=''' r
0 f.v v\ quality-tough of tread and stout of .
Auerback. might mean that a stockholder would Calvin Neill, aged 11 years--! .- .Or,!< employs 'J5S.7,665'men and women I body-that you'll be proud: to own. ; .

Then the rival of the Bugs Moran\ be frozen out if the certificates" were'. Pa.. is believed, !, to be thetIIarrisuur I 63,904 of whom work in Washington, ; Only because Goodyear builds MILLIONS -

gang known as Al Capone gang, not redeemed. champion tree-. fitter of the world. D. C. MORE tires than any other :

really dominated by John Torrlo, living ;1 1 and thus lowest F
'J company, enjoys
He spent 11S7 hours. In the. branchesof -
in St. Petersburg under the as- -- costs, can you buy such a value today. '
BEING RE- a maple. tree.Reduced radio station, with a -
sumed name of Costello. decides to 1 world-wide/Yauge' 'emergenc''usewill

come to Florida. Jack Zuta arranges ." ,,-;:--. to pauperism after her Investments be established. at Geneva.. Switzeiland J2&4
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through the influence
of Mallie Martin (Continued from Page 1)) were sv.ep.t: away in the by the I League, of Nations. .

to have the now famous Carlton- been about completed and the reconditioning World War Jueen Natalie, once the r -\ i j

Capone banishment order issued. The
of the mill parts is progressing proud and beautiful wife of the late In a non-stop airplane flight

bugs Moran gang wanted the Miami ; as rapidly as possible.- : This King of :Milan, of Serbia, has been plannned by, Dale Jackson, of St. Ie I Full Oversize. J I Big ves.size ..
field to themselves. They did not ,
work will be completed in time for Balloons Cords. 1
wish to share it with Capone. I the grinding season. .' -,.. ,.

Capone under the protection of a. 4.50-21 ............................,... 6.45 30 x 5 .....................,........ 19.70
Federal Court( injunction stays in p.a/M.-rNi r/.p...sa 4.75.19 ............................ ".. 7.65 33 x 5 .............................. 21.35 : .

Miami continuously harrassed by the ROTARY CLUB TOLD 5.25-21 ............., .... .... ...,... 9.90 36 x 6 ..... .......................... 38.35
IT'S WISE //ansnrafe CHOOSE A six

County Solicitor, Criminal Court .

Judge and Sheriff, kept in office OF ADVANTAGES IN ", CLE STON MOTOR COMPANY

through the influence. Jack Zuta

through Mallie\ Martin. A N.ew 6EJcylinder.ChevfQlet
THE EVERGLADESGeorge _.....< ..,-"!';< .._.,.-:>6;..... ...--r..w"" .--r.-: __.=-0 .". ,. ""' ..".,.... .,;...;<,c. "..._,_7
And now an unforeseen event hap-

pens: Jack Zuta bumps off a Tribune .
newspaper reporter, who was ,the
B. Hills .
Capone go-between in Chicago and -':-."" -.

Capone succeeds in bumping off the Everglades Are .State's. Hi.U' It I u: 'Li.:.r,. !.>Z;>'." \<.1. !t"1: \\w oJ .. ,.,..;. -- _..../ ICi
leader of the Bugs Moran\ gang, Jack
Zuta. The Mbrau gang now beginsto _
crumble and really becomes a FOUR-SPEED iR ENGINT

mere adjunct to the Capone gang. 'Speaking before the ,Rotary Club si TWLSMIS..ON MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME
in Jacksonville l last Friday George; ;B.
Capone now steps in power In the
gave some very interestingfacts
underworld of Miami.\
concerning the Everglades. Mr.
Capone wishes .to control the pow
Hill stated that GS,000,000. has been
erful Miami gambling which would A FEW CHOICE ROOMS
spent for flood control work in the
bring in a profit of around two million I
reclaiming of the fertile lands of the
dollars a year. Already Capone Everglades. Florida has not paid a ARE NOW AVAILABLE.4 iCLEWISTON'S /

had gotten control of the Miami dog .. ., ., .
dime: .
through general taxation. There gal a 1 .
tracks and had operated them last r FULLY \ J.> ;,,- ,'J.:'; '. .
has been ENClossor '
a common impression that ... ; ;

-winter by virtue of a payment of the state has been paring for this I *,'. .. '- .
!Nl '
; ; "r
ten thousand dollars In ten one- REASONABLE TES .c>: <
wor\:.. The land owners have paid for
thousand dollar:: I bills to W. I. Evans
all the
drainage on. their lands.
close friend of Governor Carlton and
the payment of twenty-five thousand Mr. Hill estimated that If the slate A new six-cylinder 1%-ton Chevrolet frock-with HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGSTRY

dollars to Jimmy Lynch, close friend completed the job it would cost 40r r dual wheels-Is now available! at Chevrolet dealers
000,000 but that the land
of Mallie Martin and Governor. Carl- reclaimed everywhere. It is big and powerful, rugged and

ton which sum less a percentage to 000 would at represent j least. assets of $150,000. ,- dependable.' It offers many new. ,,, features of out- OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

Lynch and Mallie was to go to Gov- standing value to the modern truck user.. And no

ernor Carlton. In any case, the Governor Mr. Hill stated that when he came other truck of equal c.aPacitYcosts- less to operate and ...:.
to West Palm Beach in 1913 it required -
permitted the ,tracks to run so maintain.,. Your nearest Chevrolet dealer will gladly -
that Capone almost thirty days to reach '
was satisfied.
Capone give a trial l load demonstration any time.
the lake land you
said when he delivered the moneyto by and that today you

Evans "We do not could drive out to the lake: in about POPULAR HOTEL
to be
forty minutes. Millions
double crossed," and be wasn't.Jimmy of dollars

Lynch was collecting seventeen worth of vegetables are produced $. 9 f Dual v/hocls 'at slight additional cost, .

thousand five hundred doling around the lake each year., V with' six truclc-typo cord tiros-bigger, '

: a week from the Deauville Mr. Hill praised the Brown Company heavier: rear axis% -completely. enclosed' : .
Dual Wheels' $25 ExtraLight
Gambling; Club in Miami for 'Doyle and the Southern Sugar Company Delivery four-wheel, brakes-now, hecvy-duty THE WATANABE HOTEL
oasis..S.a55 clutch-new, stronger steel
Carlton and Mallio Martin for what they have been doingto Lignt Delivery Chassis: truck-type._ .
Sheriff develop this with Cab . .470 channel frame4speod transmissionPic1cupboiextraj
Lehman was being vast area that some '
paid a ( --50 horsepower valvo-lnh.ad''slx-
' large sum weekly from the Embassy day will be the greatest 'asset to the Roadster Delivery .$440' MRS. CLAUDE;: DOWNS, Manager.
(Pick-up box extra) cy1ind engine.CHEVROLET e>
Club Capono had spent forty thousand stale of Florida. Sedan Delivery_.?'...$595 '
dollars electing Fred Pine twice He stated that the sale of Ever- with Cab..... .. ..$625 DETROIT, 'MICHIGAN.Al1prices.o.b.Flint.f"ch.

Capone wished to operate three' glades lands by the Internal Improvement Division of General!Motors Corporation .: :

clubs, the Bllla Venice, Floridian" and Board has turned' over r to .

another to be established. He was the state schools approximately.

willing to permit the Embassy and $2,000,000 or 25 per cent of the sale. : CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY

Deauville to run, but no others were I price as required by-law.. 'x c",: I. I,


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from a month's vacation spent Jn. Small.) .- --

: .Il' Chicago.Mr. Mr. and Irs.. Frank Flanders CLEWISTON FOLKS .

i'r i I / ga pI and Mrs. P. A. Poche spent have moved to Palm' Beach where ;
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== Wednesday In Palm Beach. they will make their home for the .. .
I rt' G r/ winter -. THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI :

II'IM fr : Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 Mr. H. E. Edmonson, of New Or ,,' MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES

leans, -La., is in Clewiston for a few Charlie :Minor spent several daysIn : '

, Troy Puryear spent Wednesday in this week. They drove down from :weeks. Savannah. ; YOU

LaBelle on business. Daytona Monday.I .
1 I I Mr. ,Emmett Shelly Is at home af- KILL THEM TODAYStearns" "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hold In the South
I ter a fow days in Tampa where: he
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hare were i and Mrs. Frank Scaggs of
\ went to have his tonsils ,removed.W. .
yisitors to South Bay Tuesday after Lake Wales were in Clewistou Friday Storage Space Across Street European Plan

noon. on business. W Preston, city attorney, has '

moved his office to the Hopkin's "
Mr. Jess Allhands and Mr. Paul Miss Evelyn Kelly and Tom Shelly Electric PasteIS :
building.] : : : >-= :- :: : :: :: : : : :: ::
Deam made a business trip to Palm. ; :: : : : : : : = : : : : = : : :: ::: :: : : : : : = : : :: : = : : : = :: =
] in Palm Beach Saturday. .
Beach Tuesday. Miss May Lanier is able to be Cockroaches, Waterbugs Rats, : PALM BAKERY

returned from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner and Mr. back at work after undergoing an Mice and Land Crabs. a Q& &
: Lefty Baker has
I .. J 3.keYorth and will be at work with and
the Southern Sugar Company. ; in Palm Beach.) Sold Everywhere wV Patronize your home industries.
4 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and 2 ounces 35c-16 ounces $1.25\ '

1 Dr.. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne r and Mrs. John Mowry and son are at children are spending their vacationat MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS

:1 children who are spending their va- home after a motor trip to St.. Louis. Miami Beach. J. BRANTLEY &. SON

cation in New York are expected to'
= = .
';I # .return home the latter part of Sep- Mr. Fred Puryear, Mrs. Claud Mr. Giles arrived in Clewiston :: : : : = -= = -=
I I t "tember. Downs and Mrs. Lougly were in Everglades this week after spending some time Ss .

I City Tuesday on a business in Savannah, Ga. \

Messrs. R. Y. Patterson and M C. and, pleasure. trip combined. A F owE R II
''I i Biggs were business visitors to Palm Messrs. L. G. Hill and B. W. Jones 0

( Beach Tuesday.Mr. ?,Tr. and Mrs. Roy Alston have returned of Ft. Pierce spent several days of C yC !
r after an extended visit with this week in Clewiston making pictures '
and Mrs. Neil Stewart have relatives in Ga. They were guestsof of, the new cane harvester.

moved to the home formerly occupied of and Mrs. Lawton. Sims at
i 0 N
' bby \Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Hud- Canal] Point for several days before Among those attending the danceat FOR HEALTH

\ 1, @ eon. going on to Moore Haven where Belle Glade Friday were: Mr. 'and

--- they will be with Mrs. Alston's Mrs. Dave Alston, Mr.. and Mrs J. I /
: Mr. Dave Alston spent Wednesday mother, Mrs.. Willingham. R. Alston, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker -

, '\ in Palm ,Beach on business. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw,. Miss Marion

: Mr. C.V.. McDonald spent Tues- Leydig, Sam Woodham, Mrs. Claud

Mrs. Musgrave left this week fora day and Wednesday In Immakolee Downs, Miss Frances Monroe and 666Relieves ffFWISTON DAIRY COMPANY

( two months visit with relatives in on business. her house guests Misses Ellen Tel-
I ford and Eloise Tanksley and Miss' a Headache or Neuralgia in
I I.f Indiana. Louis Morgan was a business vis- Elsie Hare. Messrs. Leland Crews, i 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first Sugarland Highway Phone 333

'I Mrs.: H. A. Bestor and children returned itor to Palm Beach Monday and Earl and I Dick White, Horace Houze, day, and checks Malaria In three

'. last Wednesday from. St. Tuesday.Jim R. H. Hall, Fred Moltz, Herbert days. '\

Paul J, Minn., wherethey' spent. the Blate Dr. McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. 666' ALSO IN TABLETS. ...
':I- summer with relatives. Beardsley returned Tuesday Richard Small and Mr. and Mrs. G.. -.... ;

"I' -

T Mr. and Mrs. Marfiehl and daughter -
Jane, Mr. Redelsheimer. : of Palm

I'I ,f. Beach and :Mr. Arnold of New 'York .
, motored over from Lake '.Worth + : '
a r ra
'' '+ .' 'y
, i Tuesday. on-.a business and pleasure is: njv;!'
.I .
."I H i Ii i., trip combined.Mr. .
1 I
11rl I -
I and :Mrs. F.V.. Heiser and I.
III ):'
daughter of Fellsmere, Fla., spent '
Iir 1 ', '- :
: !, Monday in Clewiston.

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i .SiY:;: r
;G'/ /
Miss Vesta Allen left Tuesday for .
.1 ;?: r 'y?)C f: : V:' r
I Moultrie. Ga., where she will enter
I .. .' ,.
I school. ;r L } .lv:;; .1.

j I .''' ." .._ _-.-.. 41 ; : r'' Sr :,, ,,I, t. ,
' ; .,
I"I Mr. John Allen left the'past week { ; :.?:.; r'r
i for New Port News where he will.. J
I 11 '' rJ y .n\
I be I.-in training at the Naval Aca. Jy

;1 i .0 demy. rs\? '4sstii'
I ..
tipllrfi. .. .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maxwell re-. '- > .
t' turned Sunday after an extended

I[ 1 visit with relatives in Tampa and LT

I i points in Ga. :,

'!,, : :Mr. B, F. Fears spent Sunday in ,4. 4
'I' Ft. Myers.

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I' Sheriff R. H. Hancock was ii'j

Clewiston Tuesday on legal business.. '
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\ I! Messrs.r Kit Bowden- J and "John 'S.i ri 0 '; ', :: i ;, ;,. ; -J-cianf'Oti } !

i : frJ
1'1 i Cottrell, of. Moore Haven, were in i ] waiit
' 1 Clewiston Tuesday. J
'll '
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I Mr. G. V. Hudson 'returned Monday ;

I It t, from Gainesville, Fla., where he ,:.. Vl/t

Il.1 has been visiting relatives. :1.' '"' -1-_., ; ;. :,. < tka-
/! '' '.: : I I. IJ If

"'; r.Mr. Norman 'Stoiey; is at home after -. ;; (/J

i spending several days in Clinton,' :

S. C. with his brother, Henry. who ;'; ; ; :

I I has just will entered]leave Saturday school t for! ere.'Gaines Norman : < K.'e' ;E 1'? ;;;"i 'e 3.;; 4' >i':;;: I i- -4--- -

vine] where he will again take up '

r.I F his. studies at the University of Fla. .1 0'; : ;/.:;\i> ", ee" a-1' .

Mr. and Mrs.. Roy.- Green and son!. ,.... I: : ",,: ;
Roy Jr., spent l stveel Lakeland r ,, ,f'r ..,

..1\ r. and Mrs. Tom Smith 'were' .
.. "S':.' .
week-end '
visitors with relatives in '
Palm Beach last week.. ,oF'
rii '
r '
Mrs. Martin ,of 'Avon Park; who .
has been visiting her e
daughter Mrs.:
L. N. Smith, returned home last
\ r : a' r
r Thursday.! ,

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Mr. Fred Puryear: and cousin Mrs. ;

Loughy, from Dawson,. Ga., arrived .. ,< "' 1,

in ,.
Clowiston Friday_ Mrs. Loudly -

will be the guest of Mrs. Cla ud '

Downs for several weeks. 'Mr.: Pur- M1 ; .. 1
.,,i': year. will be here-. 'a few- days before. [LDER, YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. rir .

Peter: : ',' Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying e<. Fy ,1 ,. ," '

..' ... t f" ..
flavor. f L.J; l+. .. (j< ftt;;

Mrs. Claud Downs, Mrs. ,Louply .' BETTER TASTE -that's the answer; and F :i- $.1 fi L

and Troy Puryear; were in Palm that's what smokers get In Chesterfield iu m 'ryij." ; \\ M
fullI'I' "
Beach. Monday shopping. ..- 'f J1g i ljJ -
i I est measure.._the flavor and aroma of ,,: ,.e ;"; .; .rL r,it1,, 4.., ,,,.A'.J. .:., '.v' .
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\ ; week f in. Clewis ton. He. has been In Better taste, and milder tool! f; .
l ) : ii1
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I' Belle Glade 0# :. '
and Pahokee .
A. '" for the I jrTfri ': ': :., .. :: 1 ., ,
past few weeks. .. -
,' 1930,LIGGETT&Mamas TOBACCO Co. I 0/pE$5\ (i 11-. ./
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