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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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: li ;" 'i.4 Cumbers And' PepOulnunTbering ON WednesdayElection Mentioned In Chicago
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,f'-1'; L; .: ,':"by ,a large majority NEW ROAD of: officers and naming of The rich black muck soil of this

ri:':l:;\ :iotlic'c. : '!*J111itl.ies along the line oi: six directors will feature the annual section which in addition to pr.oduc. FORMED. Predictions of increased sugar out.

: tr .el ; mpa.Clewisto ites aI.S ing some of the finest winter truckin
: \I '.I.y y : q'p'T. meeting of the Clewiston 'HomeBuilding : put in America during 1928 and an
". :: :'n csi, ::10' strong descended on the the state, has also shown that
,' ,. :to:(: ,.. ,. Hathaway Promises Association to be held at interesting' account of activities in
..1{ '. :.,:a:Tanrpa' Pair, last Friday to rfflcialv 1 L'i Florida can furnish America with F. L. Williamson Named
5?* Work On the Clewiston Inn next Wednesday
Steady
this community along lines,
'i '. ,,:' '*Jy mainsPeet''the. IiPndr3county booth1TO& ,sugar, will now be given opportunity j sugar ,
night at eight o'clock.In -' President Of was carried in a story with a Chicago
is the Road No. 25
1 '.. ..: : $1 !e Clewiston ;sugar'cnne to prove .its value as citrus land I it
: < date line. The article which deals not
.' :;: ea t re ot the exhibit. addition to the election, readingof was announced today by Charles A CommitteePerfecting

r' ,, Or,,k ng lefore'! 'dawn, light. began to, Full realization of the importaDc the financial report for the year Jackson, Clewiston ,agronomist, who I only with the local plans but with
L the national situation reads as follows -
.,;):; ;\r ffii$pr in Clewlston. homes,and a few: of the Fort Myers.Clewistoo.PalmBeach will show, it is believed, that the local said that setting out of almost 3,000 of a permanent organization

tfP i.I nutes later 'automobile motors .highway' as one of the main building and loan. association .i? trees over a total of 40 acres was of the ''Fort Myers-Clewiston/ Chicago: January 2. Reports on
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:: traffic arteries of the state was expressed
j r-1',f:':;*51%*:'oared, and the various parties left Dr. A. Hathaway. in a, healthier condition that organizations !. completed this week. Palm Beach Highway association was I American sugar production made at
? at the Coast Line, back .:.by Fans .
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: 1 .Assemble Valencia
late
l' ', : chairman of the state road .department In cities several times. the Twenty acres will be decided at a meeting of the executive a meeting of directors of The South
't :.1jf.f.u1e:: Clewislon. Inn. I \' 10 of, marsh seedless .
acres
I in, an address at Fort Myers size ,of Clewiston. oranges committee of the association las Coast Company held here December
"f' ,; .: V Among the first on ,the ground were I Iii'lf I grapefruit and 10 acres of Dane;
comple the United States
Tuesday night when speedy Present officers of the associationare Thursday at dinner at the Clewis 28 indicate that
t' :'. A ,R.: Plant, local Coast Line iepre .
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,\ 'S. tion of the cross state road from tangerines.Of soon will toe making a much larger
1 ; tallve who Inspected the special, E. C. Cole, president: P. L. WILliamson ton Inn. t
'/ Palm, Beach through Clewiston to La the 40.acre farm, 16 acres are proportion of her own sugar. While
'. : > William Cecil Owen, drainage vice president H. (F. Wood With their work
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\\t lnff" Belle and Fort: Myers was pledged. along the' Moore Haven road imme., creating.' sent! sugar is the third most importantItem

f ;,kehgineer-'who supervised: the work of At a dinner at the .Franklin Arms ward,- secretary. diately north of the Fort. Myer; ment in favor of the cross state< on the country's food bill, all

iJ/ ;;' attaching to the t } e.car train, the the meeting in the Directors are A. 'E. 'Anderson L. R. road completed the supply
: hotel, preceding / Clewiston.Palm Beach highway in the executive com. but a small proportion of

:: ? jl f ';'banners; ,heralding Clewislgn as the municipal auditorium at Fort Myers, Winter, Jr., M. C. Antrim, G. L. Harris section 7 of the Sugarland Drainage )I mittee agreed to ,keep the organiza hitherto has been imported, mostly

,..IiI'f-t':i .f:'*.r'A-sugar;.N bowl of America.. : Ii. members of the state road depart. R. L. Simpson, F. L. Williamson, district, while the remaining 24 acres tion together to assist in keeping the from Cuba which, favored by a
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!i. hortly after' 630 o'clock the train .
i; "I ; went Barron }G. Collier and Clewis. duty, each year gathersin
..it "': Started rolling toward Tampa, and ton repiesentatives were the guests E. C. Cole, G. E. Connell, TVIarian F. are south of the cross state highway, ,road in good condition and to en_ Preferential millions of American, dollars

;. 'hour high enthuci; Leydig, J. A. Allhands, W. H. Alex about two and a half miles from theClewis'ton courage the building '
I despite the early 'rV.. p. Franklin of Fort Myers. of connecting that might otherwise go to the coun

it IJ.! _' .,;asm was shown ,on every hand Clewistou was represented by F. 'L." ander, H. Woodward and B. G. town limits. ,highways. try's own corn, beet and cane sugar

1,,.. ...'.. Bridge games' Clewj, ton songsvand, Williamson and "William, G. Ames. Dahlberg.. The groves ," are.being put In for Following the acceptance of the< raisers.'

I: .-j. a. ', : tans -for storming Vampa featured 1; Outlining"work done"'on road build. 'New directors are to be elected to demonstration and commercial pur. resignation o/. Al i Matthews, former New interests, 'taking 'hold oLouisiana's

/,- ". .. the state Dr.. Hathaway fill the unexplred terms of L. R. poses. :
': the five.hour trip. ing" throughout plantations: and develop.
:. the Clewia. ,' told of the completion of the, Winter.jr.) G. L. Harris, M. C. An. from the president, F."..:L.,Williamson was elected "
The purchased
II} On. arrival in Tampa, :. trees were ing a vast new sugar bowl on drain '
MIami trim, n.. L. Simpson, G. E. Connell : .to that.jjost.Preseiif .' .s
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t\: ton .delegation,,'was met personally. by ?ast' coast road'from -' Suinmerfield, Nursery company at ed, Everglades land, in Florida,

/L I V' G., Brorein. ,' president of the ;with: the exception of, two small and W. H. Alexander. Summerfield Fla., of :which Nathan, [Officers of the association promise toadd between, 350,000, .and
''' ; to In announcing the date the meet
,,1V.; _...Southern;, ''.Florida .Fair. Association gaps; 1 the; load from, Jacksonville of- Mayo, chairman. of the state depart, are F.j'L. Williamson_ president v-' ; and .400,000 tons of sugar cane;; to'-the:
ing PresidentCole said I I **- .
,"-."_and.. }!;.., G. Wall, of :Tampa." 0.' 4,,': r'., .Pens cola' ; i..and .the' scheduled...... (open' : J ment of, agriculture chairman.- J. W/Christie, secretary$'i.and/treas.i f ':. ,American; supply' in 192S"\An "energetic .
J: FortMyers "Nothing is of greater Importance *
"' irk llf the Tamiami Trai from *> \ f f
r' .5 a lt1'o1le 1 acars; charteredb3' o!- .. \l4. r ,._, ,,Two, arLT.rf! urer.fMerabers of the execu tiV .: program of expansion promises
Miami"on"April- 25, ,this 'to"the future progress'df-:Clewlstoir], 1 ::?: .- imAi > : cmitteo4in ; :' .-- "
_}l, ':'. ."the Clewiston delegation were waiting to I I than the building of homes. 'For this Mr. Jackson explained that the', twoy !ddition to the u bu ve 'are -a ",vdstly'_ F cj-'cased 'American..'C'op._,. -=-.

l' '4t l' '/ tof carry the delegation to the -year. Road 25 ar old trees being used at Clewis. Jules1 Burgulries'- 'of 'WesT\\ Palm each. year .
, v .Concerning the work on .purpose some months. ago the Clew
.\ Fair grounds. Clewiston ton were budded on sour, oranges Beach, ,W, P. Franklin of Fort My. Erection of Big Factory I
from Fort Myers through iston, Home Building Association was '
.lkt 'fI "Bigger than ever" was the unanimous which should result in an exception,, ers, Tt M. O'Neal, chairman of the Already a sugar factory Is being
1 to the, east coast, the road department organized and chartered under the
comment of the Clewiston vis. chairman said: Jaws of Florida. Since that time it ally sweet fruit. Many of Florida cit. board of county commissioners, of erected at Clewiston, Florida, which''

.. :. j..'..' '\\or ::' concerning the Fair, and after "I realize the' importance of this. has been successfully operating on rus trees, he said are budded on' leIDon Palm Beach county, W. L. Murray when completed will be one of the

.. ):..;i wandering through the vai ous build. highway and it is my intention to a small scale but it is' felt that' this which fesults in the, fruit being chairman of the board of Hendry largest factories in the world. Groundfor

: Ings, and inspecting;' closely the ex. carry out the full program? to com community should take a greater In. more sour. Ii> county commissioners; John Morris, the first 1,500.ton unit was' bro. -',

; : t hibits( they arrived en masse at the pletion." terest in this movement. Although every indication points tc .chairman of, the board of Lee county ken ''by Governor Martin of Floridaon

-S.-\ : Hendry county, booth where Jim Contract will be awarded for the "Throughout .the more ,enterprising the. fact that the citrus'\will thrivein commissioners, and John F. Webber: :, December 9 last.' This mill will
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: }1' representing Clewistonwas ; Bellt. Gladeto president of the, chamber of com. be in operation December_ of 192S, -- .-
: : Beardsley, paving this ,road from! communities of the North building the rich black muck soil of the ?
., : merits and pos'sibiIlUes merce of LaBelle. and additional units will be added
the
explaining Clewiston, on February 21 and loan 'assocIations have 'played and im. northern Everglades, it was pointedout

-j-:: of this section to a group. work will be started as soon as pos portant part and have offered to investors that the citrus industry has been Work: will be started on the road gradually until a 7,500.ton capacity_
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interested 'visitors. eliminate from, Belle Glade to Clewiston soon is reached ao' .
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: of sible. Although this will in the sections in which they neglected in this section of the state
Aroma hamburgers' and pop Fort opportunities ot after contracts for the work are The direction head of these J
the worst stretch of road on the operate unexampled and 'the Clewislon groves', near here new
.; ,-., corn reminded the Clewistonites Myers-Clewiston.Palm Beach high. securing their savings with the awarded'on 'February 21, and al. sugar operations is BG.. Dahlbergof

gation disbanded, some of them eat. way, and will bring Palm Beach .SCy.J greatest possible? amount of interest will be virtually the only citrus though this will give a well paved Chicago, with whom are ass'oci..
visit groves south of Lake Okeechobee road from Clewiston to Palm Beach. I York
,, ing at the Fair grounds., others eral hours,''nearer to this c consistent with safety. ated New and Chicago capital.
that it was noon time, and the dele. the state road chairman emphasizedthe "There is perhaps no institution in from' LaBelle to, West Palm Beach Dr. Fons A Hathaway, chairman, of ists, among them W. J. Connois of

Ing nearby restaurants in downtown importance of completing the en. the country today that offers as gooda Some few trees have been set out. the state' road department said that Buffalo, father of the "Connors High.way" I.',
,0" in''' tho Bare Beach section, but citrus work will not' be stopped until the -
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Tampa and several of .them continu. tire work when he said: means of handling savings accountsas and Hon. Wil.iam: J. Tully. In

; : !tag to Ybor City for Spauh"h food "Although the contracts will be do the building and loan associa. has not been grow commercially) entire construction, program from Florida where they control 100,000 I

". ,,'. Through the courtesy of the Coast:; awarded for the work from Belle tions. in any locality in this section. West Palm Beach, through Clewistonto acres of land, the Dahlberg interests

t 'fc.ine, the time of departure was Glade to Clewiston on the twenty. "Clewiston 'Home, Building Asso. Convinced that the rich black muckis I LaBelle and Fort. Myers is com Southern Sugar Company, and 4.dn.i.

,. '_'f.' I ,hanged from five o'clock to six.thlr. first of this month, work will not be cIation is particularly fortunate in excellent citrus tan Mr. Jackson pleted. I, barry on sugar' ,production as The

.' '{ ''. ': to give the visitors a longer stopped until ,the entire road 'from that it is managed without expense, emphasided the economical possibil. Louisiana as The South Coast Com.
typ.m.\
,: ': .:,:-. ;staY\ in the city, and shortly before coast to coast, is completed." there being no salaries for officers 'ity stressing the need of little ferliL Railroad Head x pany.

: ".',-.,:,: ".,train. time, the Clewislonltes arrived, His talk punctuated with applause and no office rent. (Continued on page 4)) .f' ,Praises Work', The South Coast Company by the
,_ audi.
F'. load- from the enthusiastic recent,purchase of four large Louisiana .
station
,
..in groups at the union .
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:..._ ,''i... the' fair ence, Dr. Hathaway s,llnmariZiUg'l AtClewiston, factories with 33,000 acres of
: .. ed down with trinkets from
"; 1 ..1'... filled with some of the work done by CHICAGO VISITORS SAY plantations are the largest individual
.iNTire"d
after a long day
: \ ; to partment during the past few years "I was here a few' years ago, and producers in the ,state. The Southern

':.' I"::1 .,: 'activity, the delegatiOn.midnight returned. Saturday said in part: FUTURE HERE UNLIMITED"If it seems almost impossible that you Sugar Company, controlling over .'
after '
r J r; 4' Clewiston I "The main issue of the campaign could have made tho progress evi. 100,000 acres around the shore of
: hurried off to their
inornmg, } and for: governor this year is 'Shall we' dent here, and taken such great Canal Point, Florida, 'in 192S will

',}t homes to snatch a few hours sleep continue our road building program: you could have seen this placea in some of the northern Florida strides in development." Lake Okeechobee from Clewiston to

par:
SrJl r" );:'If-iI!, Jth odbgh the .return trip was unr tern second to none on the union'", here and compare it with conditionsat rived there' during the'' recent cold terday by C. MeD Davis of, Wilmington 000 acres.: This company already,

r ':. !''-'' HoAAitfui and because of the busy Dr. Hathaway asserted in outlininghis present, you could vizualize as we spell. N. C., freight traffic manager of owns a 400-ton mill at Canal Point,

'. day, somewhat less peppy than the platform. "This is not time for I do the real possibilities of Clewis.ton. "On arriving in 'Clewiston however the Atlantic Coast Line railroad who and will, have the new mill at Clew'

j'I: .' 'trip to the Fair, high' praise was experiments. Wo must continue I j ." I we found the weather delightful, and stopped here for a few hours on a iston ready':\ for this year's grinding

heard on every side for the courtesy building highways, paying for them I: This was. the sentiment expressed very much like: a fine spring day In justness tour of this section of the season.

Line railroad in : Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth Chicago, and it is than refresh- '
shown by the Coast as we go. by more.. state. Oddly enough, the Dahlb ergs have .
I k:',' { looking to tho comfort of its guests "If I'm elected gov'rnor'' there'll be I of Chicago, who arrived in 'cl ,,:Iston to come in a short week by easy Accompanied by M. H. Dorsett, assistant been brought into the field! of sugar

Plant local representative interruption or halting of our con to spend a few months after driving stages from a cold bleak north intoa C. I.
J- : and A. R. ',no general freight agent, production by their utilization of the

."t. 1i.k'1 : .4Of the Coast Line was commended struction and no additional, taxationfor I I here from their home in, seven section where the fields are green Allen, commercial agent and A. R. fibre of sugar cane, after the juiceis
:' in not roads," he said/ "If I'm nominal. [ days. with rich vegetables, and wide Wl"J' represents.
enterprise Line
!;; by everyone for his \! Plant, local Coast extracted a product knows as
but ed and,,'elected I'll go back to my Mr Holdsworth who is general su. kept lawns greet us as we drive visited E. C. Cole
,:; only arranging for the excursion tive. Mr. Davis bagasse in the manufacture of CeLotex
j' remain until I am inaugurated j I' perinteudent of a large photo engrav- through the community." .
working night and day and to desk and( executive secretary of the Clewiston insulating lumber.
t- f'> /-1,for appointing my own successor. ing company of Chicago in speaking Motor roads from Chicago to Clew Largely .
make the affair a success. Company, Inc. used in this country as a standard
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I "The' squarely of the possibilities hero said: Iston are in excellent condition ac.
issue has' been pul the
,; : As soon- as Mr. Plant received ap. to answer at the "Possibilities for 'the future are I cording to the'winter visitors who Praise for the first ..issue of I building product, Celotex in' the last
and it's'up to you by
!r proval of his railroad for the excur. I Clewiston News was expressed fiscal year was eXPorted also to fif.
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said that the drive of
; 1 Other I Important consid. excellent from everyf angle, I believe during 1,580miles read
ballot had
j '..... '' slon, he immediately l set out to get box. % ot "A rich agricultural background they encountered less than 35 porsett and Mr. Allen, who ty.nlne foreign: countries.
t 0:. # erations will b and paper Plans
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delegation possible for
as large a as Improvement
:, and with my ,25Years great fields of 16.foot sugar cane, 'a miles of bad road.
'. r.his work carried him far into the educational system copy of the News :with him to real When, a few years ago,' the Louisa
.. I ) in school work sugar mill under construction, thou Driving their Cadillac- coupe, the
of experience
1. night fpr the few days before the //ater.t iana cane crop began to declined: B.
I'll be well prepared to handle this, sands of workers coming .in this Holdsworths made the tripbji(!. :eajI ,
day of the excursion' and manufacture of byproducts of stages making about 250 nlleseach I : G. Dahlberg, looking to the estab.
Idea of the results of his en- too. \. SERMON TOPIC"Optimism" -
An
"' Hshmcnt of a constant and larger
sugar cane are but a few of the, day and starting each morning{ about,
(;, ; cfhusiasm may bo seen in ,the factISjial things which insure you ,hOT*p Jr ten o'clock.: I .. ;, supply of bagasse for law material: } ,
:* of the 195 passengers on the GIRLS ENTERTAIN Clewiston ; or "Rejoicing in the laid plans both for
./I a prosperous future Asked how long they plan to stay I improving the
train when 1t"' arrived In, Tampa. Mrs. Holdsworth pointed to the Clewiston, they said that they' ago in which we live" will be the C the in Louisiana and for developing

ii '. i'I '/CJewIston\ ,. had a total of 95 present, The Misses Martha and Ingleborg climate as one of the major attrac would like: to be here as long .?s topic for the Sunday morning sermon near cane fields in the drained Ev '

_ far outshining the several communities Williamson entertained at their home tions of the community. there .*is any sunshine, but) ; becauseof at 11 o'clock by Rev. W.; T. Bailey, erglades lands of FCorlda, _the rich
larger than this on Arcade avenue'
1 place. Tuesday eveningwith'a "When we left Chicago, it was pressure of duties in the north pastor of the'Clewiston Comm'nislty! agricultural Possibilities of wHich

'''', '. I': The second,.. highest was Lake fish supper. Among the guests quite cold, but as we continued on they will probably, return to thslr church.' In the evening his subject the United States Department of Agriculture -

I -, Wales with, approximately: 30' repre. were :Mr. and Mrs. Webster Myers, Our journey it became bitter. Evenin home in the Edgowater Beach, hotel} ''will be, "Will your life end in a long had recommended.

L 'senlativcs. : Francis, H. Bucher and I. L Nesmith Georgia+ we were still cold, and in a few months r 'tragedy or a romance?" (Continued on page 4)

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,.i" LOUIS: I A. MORGAN ,' '.:.: _. \;. ,.. ../ We simply must crow a' little over' that Tampa excursion. A. R.: Plant's BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON bridge of love, nor the wall of/'hate.."
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.. : Publisher and Manager pep ;and Clewlst ni's \vholeliearled cooperation, ] put our end of' the trip over Copyrigght' 1928, Doubleday Doran His eyes closed. His voice faded

'. '. -. ; refill real bang. CJewlstoh; brought! cut UIR biggest delegation of the' en.
: .TOM. 'SMITH, Edttor -- '...-. ..... ; a. ;" and Co,' away ,to nothing His wrinkledbecame fa 'l
:Ire trip and our efforts ,lid not go by the, bn'arrlfl entirely', for President '
.n : \ ','" ,',,, immobile as If it, too, h(! '
..SubsC., 'i'ption'llateS'". ., -" ..-- Broreln of. the. Fair association! thought enough of our delepp')n to most, SYNOPSIS 'OF PRECEDING r .
'" : 'is personally; at (he 'UnIon station in': Tampa. Of con ,..'ost "Or those been cut in bronze. For full five'minn-
,, fir: ..'1JfuJai\-u': \ 'lorido,. ". CHAPTER .* t
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04 I.'lorllit" w! ry j', ; ails ""thou8htlhe whole Ivalir | ;ni' Clcwist.on,, .but :
B)' mall outside ,.', .. : $olUr { "" 'ParaD five.qar "-Jy ft / '. utes ho :remained thus, while the
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One :rcar' .I '. :<'L50: 'ft.ar mx 'QDths '.' :::;' '" i !)4 'r : : : '. : .r'7" \ ,.t. :' -JEngaged to a seioti'of ,a wealthy frightened girl, spellbound and shud.1 :
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withva 'er transportation.., ch }h(1 {,..L n.e cane fields here. .. -'"*"ti"V'.fv; *.-''.. .' 1" still. closed, in strange'. suppressedvoice'
i of Lake 0tcechobe&] 'r--j (l''oiOur; : .. I. 'Citing l : an" appointment'by phone "
control: :o-: -. ;
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transportation J" t ,.' <' -.'\ .1f''t.. hortjerkY as'ifhe
local : ; ,. in sentences
ot the highways for : ', :? ': r. I proceeds alone to the house :
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completion :
: :
2. Early '. ', ,. /, / ," "Afc\ .,...- -., .-' -'lo! V' ntra-fJon: or products. d' ando I : : i > : : ; .
vegetables
conic : : :: ln'11.i; l '
i. !
) on uispji.tlon.'I: "Moto'
... .. 1'a .' downward'reyisjbnifofireightVrates ::: cf Mrs.-Whitman's, ; password, she is escorted 'bya on farrdistant .scroll. .

,,. A snb 3 tnt 1 the northern' markets.t ., .- :: 1./ .'.I.I I.\ .. : .. :. '.' ,. :. :. ... ..:. Japasese servant to a guest room I rC
+!Js r'vn to ) "I, Sarnnanda,. have laid ths quds.tiori .
re .
> '
tl,'. :' prv'vciof ooerMtir:e: '.,market ,,g association .for] I Hold pViTAW-IW 11'::zl Tuesday .fi 'llt-s-:.the ..cx crvlce boys arc .50- where she Is left alone. ;
.
I. Ti-e! full'.fonkt'o !insr'of" .a., c I it I eir good dances at the'Inn. '( .;, > < you, wish..' to 'ask before the .'
'' '.* .: ,:,, i' hig lo stage/aribther} one ol.t ; : :. Gently, noiselessly, as ir 'moved(
purposes.) : ) "'
.
selling ,
bth iKsvijis and _..,-' -- Three, the alLpowerful, .all.wise.
-V'r" :
.. .1 > by some superhuman means, 'the :
: _
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__ '
_
__ + --.- : York Times i I t *iallknowing.
-- .. ,. In boosting' Clewiston, you( might remember. that the New closed doors before her begin to : i You ;arc, expecting. ,to .be

..:; ":ri-r7. ', .. TRAD i :, AT, HOME'IDEA.The 1 j and the Clewis ton News. l both* u*e black. ,'. ink 'on ,white' paper? : ; .._ Ij slide.apart.-She looked with dzed'e married-the name. .of the man-. is
.' '
., radical ali.Irr.iions :j'.. f .: i. ': '- ) :>.e at the strange tableau ha't. was. Beverly Weeks.':' '. '
osr"ctiruuJr'y' '! br';;erwly: : '*>ssod.sore 5 ". } : Siand'W." a\;\that while driving last 's riday 'they ? .
;lr : : :Becker! revealed '
< D. to.her J"
f w "dVcaf.r: : dirt ere't M'W, ( / < ./ "v
iHr-j b twes : ; \ < At or
( ; as .
'
relnlibnrh"ps ) ,
r- Yessir, the : HIs unanticipated mention
rV.nmrrcial ti. knew, ," .
never :
and' [ they ;
\ in" 'hs'. : pC, odvancemoht, of car- l'( oids! ,it ., OJ.ewistpn.which, : .fisted.: ): .. :!. ; ,. : : ,
t i fiances started vlo.
she
prom her namev- : ,
Ir-calKies.! < v. nt of h\e3l'' :-n"O' hav1 'use no hex loslyfprunnte ; {{ town's g rSnttsts Ott'I '; } .J' NOW. GO'-ON WITH THE :STORY'.: ,
-Ti-orpevUy! ni t; t tocep, \ ; : < '. '. lentlY'/ It had-seemed- to her
(01\\ Jn .liia\/ ;- ,.l! thai' '::7".4. j / ; .< .- / v-i:: -- uncanny
,'f f ii m cfimr;;iitlf!! t-.esre! 'Cll1'1'eiits" khajre .. ,: : : '
,1s.'hpw.vef. vann, \ .jo.slst, ; : ,are busy dig5! lP bones ,of,. prehistoric; : mammoths. .that '' enough that the mystic should have
conll11''n't <'. 11 I iraerclifim who can sj t'-A.; I I oJ. g I' ,. '. -, Ch.ap er' Two't', (t' '. .,' ...
h /
"
h"r-n C ot'uvn the 'romV.c'n1.t .;'nrld I "evfcr-cha. and. ,i; q.;Rin.T" aspect 'brings the.tfclein ; : uSe(\ .t<2.. Sr3ontI11B rol1 AJOl . t.
tor ltis .,hnsl.ess'The'e) .the\ 1"-his ) '.f'.rmesUll rou: W,ouliln't"bo: .'surPTiseu; ? Facing; her was ;the' J:1u1: ;& 'f1g'l te or ,told him. But that he" should" have

location his.favor .is the one who will facilities, reap the,I UaUbave.-cpme reward, of '* to ..pass in' nucsn't') +ronE.of( y.'ti.tder! b\! .; ', / :;,;;; ',: ';;',::, : '.'.. ;\; ':?: I 1.1 'bronzy. ..rr idol;aBuddhashfe r ,, ;"Qugitmust \. known' Mr.. Week's-name.as.. weir.. was ,

rapid! "transit ; mer; 'be. Seated before the r'f '
tel"cas in ;: >" idol
I: : : .itttl'u; ,. nsriiiviic. alilatoiL-l: ; \, rci'ner.i prnspero.us :" ?- '\'OliIi;'\ha trt JJh'; ii .to( the 'Clutter_Bosrin i :thoFort i ; : Myers Press?' eVen more mystifying;' and filled' her
: ti,." .\, .,,;,t.,i It p' 'llir;Qei; 4h 1unUiOS.! I crbss.legeed on a. ..pizrpl( satin run i? '
0r
:
!"" : : 'tow ; to the i JeelM,1 ''aI\f e h n ': : ':& : : ':' : : : : : ; ;: :. i ." ':" ,- :' Jj :< '. ',.'. ion with a'we. and appreciation 'of' .his
\ .

L\ : a nt, .:1 to res!'"t ..1 Iii!." ulol'cincnt': h i;. "' ". + (Ii failed)' ,!he"' to m'- 1 '1'n.' 1;!: ( oten- 1\"!the. c u".r en t.1 f,: :' :r'Is,. that t.:'a, chttlleng, o, from'" ;a ri.kBU.CJIqF to. ;1.. golf game back 'of.'the Innv kled.'white: bearded( man, wearing a'.,.supernatural'powers., '. : '1. .' .

t"i,!0""US lld r r,elvSpapar; rubil't. i iof into" //heir papj,: .nl\t I li., ; i.v-j. ., .". '* >, -'." .," r..f--. "., .' "' '. '-.:;. i--.tr.----t'., : ,i 'turban, .of spotless' white. and draped. How." ,: came" .. he/-,.b'Y his. 'inexplicable. "

dwelel's ill EDHi11 tot:nS'who: : jut dt. ", entdrtainnlellt and ;Pnd acne ofto f :: '.i.-. With 1: a +;hoy r .r.--cflznins% : w.h'.ilJ". vre; !leaajt ..expe.ct: .,it, and the.: state/;-lli such, from headto I foot. ,in a rich robe of knowledge' she wondered. Was i"'m''

life ,mropol l\\i. to ,parale ; 1'I'.i 1 I".; spod"c.r.ntliVcri.'tboui 1 ; !. .: tae only thing we can: predict with liB .vivid'purple' silk bedecked with '
Its
confjclence ,
."drive .., 'm tractlv2 'skorsMat: I ), Is esael, ) ,. t. ; f '. able to peer into the minds others ;-;:

'',tb tjr sm\lll\ ';"ovvu ,dOliars .in, 1e; l'c "1w:, .'" J.<:JiI .. that'Hathaway will,,, be h2 next govcrhb'fjI ; : strange emblems .
to''be ]'o1'ed ley his t 1l0u; :: 11 sod;\ ,h d'S and,love s e1 ttii1g''JlI''lIel' and' the Cay.tto" '" :: In.; a circle about him, squatting '. 'I'really .' : .
,
so, the n.u11l ,born" ,mall own do.kOL'PS tile, come i.o'm' 'II:'e'l"n t' :t.. .,,\,;rAnd : ,I-- .J q-b tli'oserwho i want": to 'J know? :what* facilities we have for :entertainment. : ,grotesquely on, the floor, were count 'so. as. "' he. professed;. *. that. '
!to
1.,ai," RAnd"( :.... I." lie. mil1"t. el: 'I" po gen tLe se conditionsdo,, 'riot 'all'y.) 5ittSt'inCeS ueh..an ,ex.':I1"5'I 'L.- O. libldswbrth... .Clu ago; "winter visitot here,1 .finding'time' 'hanging' less lltje{ ) idols, apparently replicas knowledge. was' -com, ; -.*.1Uh'.cated, .f"! > to' himby .
>
': I Ii, ral'; ItOt1CYei' 'tcwt' ,, 'has'within\ u..U 'th""_. oeulo, ls' Of' a'rc i" on. his hands the other' afternoon'took. w / ..of' the,. hugo Buddha' before which he the great. powers, ., of'..so..Yle.. 'unseen
small
ception cal, .a ds" ,<,'b 0 of Clewislon., : Here cur 1',0",1' acre. o- ,.-.. :i i a few ]hours. .: 'That evening' he'and( Mrs: Hpldswprth! l entertained "with 'a, sat.': From three quaintly wrought world" ,' '" .; .< .'. .
the case I IIts'
is hVxve *
[future large city as attention o! industrycnus.ns i' town to 'i .fish' dinner at ths Inn."In Chicago.they might! have taken in an 'matinee brass bowls, suspended from tripods, ,
wonderful.
tile land' have attracted'the strategic point, where- ,vtih; the 'eming' of pay.rpllsa I gone home: and- entertained' at-a fish <]dinner top. b t.L., 0. wouldn't, have there' arose, tlie smoke of' burning Jt was all. incredibly' -

inception at a ,most dominate considerablesufrouu'dirig had that glow:of pride.-'after the wish Surely If he could find :out these
grow, a center. that. .1vII1to from buying from. .:the.etbrei.And I :I. .', incense, wKife{ placed at'' the 'north .
unquestionably '
city will which inhabitants ,I .: I ; things, he most be.. able 'to 'answer
: : south
and evolve quickly into a place vigorous red. : and' east, and west were 'four ,,' .(. .
,; area trade. This has attracted a :, about fish that ,reminds us that: '&; local ; poefconfided that i he candles -
: will come1' to the great. in carved: holdersof her questions .or,,,herr. And ,to C hercame !
a large territory ''merchants to Clewiston who are alert, to see .craves .-to have a pbein, ,.published, but so that his life niaY, .not 'be cut' si 1 ort I bronze.:> : .. "
clanguture ... the: conviction that if Saran-
; to '
'
blooded' typo of young of situation rind, who 'will "adapt .themselves' town we'll, omit his. n me., This is ,it: ,.. ,- .- (. .,:!. .-. ; .' As';' In 9 Dite of her fears, she, gazed
the _
small
ordinary anda did he
the the
possibilities t answer, answer gave
r not "
Father
:men'are caught a fish in the lake,
of the- future. These, : but who fascinated through the smoky at.mosphere .
*
their luck, 1 ft
ing conditions who are: pone: i (lci sit bacic and 'c' curse merchandise, that, ,. ,\...Took. it home. for mother. to, bake, i .at the trance spectacle would be' the truth-th'e absolute

merchant type sofes( and carry stocks of .Mother cooked It in the frying pan, '! '' truth..' Almost' if he had read' her
larger and better for, business! ; H' .U. be>ore her. the, 1k>stured1 O rinei.al i' sat as ., '
Jjig.cityrivals' :
build ( '
will their : : lJ
will 'enable them to o[fer, compel.iflpn, to elsewhere; than in, their hometown ,.. .. 'Cause father.:. ., hates.-' .'em boiled. as' if: entirely. ] ,-.oblivious-' "'' other. pres. ,thought,. there .burst now from lies?
: trade -- ; *j| ij[(
..principal,.reason thai t people better' and make / 'r i ence" staring. straight. ahead oft him 1 lIps:
The' ahink they can do \ Iha' gee{ eek'8 -' : ;'. .
{hit ttiey G.. W. Gordon and G. B. 'd of Indianapolis 1 this prize his P' : 7I.a ,v I r
hard headed one stopthe'rii' '. '. ;. -' with eyes fixed and glassy, as If
is the ; propaganda i can f I' ; "The question have laid before
glen Fort ld ersCiewLStonPafm I
flpeed. the
sentimental
'amount of .. for enterprise; and Friday afternoon driving -
rio J he ,in
their dollars gp 'further and. ,. th'e-: nWchaiits r'.1 ( vo 1 that In Clewiston. : : 'Beich highway' they saw an attractive pea crap. A.short. "' i f- > '; ? c the Three.! .., > .
so. But, we, .b c caii and. Minute. after..minute .passed, as she. .
.
..trom.dolng tlia'fc '
'
taiR p'ffces5' ; -
Stocks arid fDa conference 'with the 'ownerbought' it. Tuesday and Wednesday; they Dinked. 1 ""- I Breathlessly leaned forwardohear
( :
progressive ici, carry ,. t..there, ;.breathlessly: watching alert '
I
sufficiently resocrtlng .awithout .. ,_ ? '
'Necessity oithis p p' fhe' crop'and already'' shipped 'a carload at a h'aridsoriie profit: what he mightsay.: : .- I

will hold:, the home, trade, .,bur the, dollars: > at ,home: ."' We know\ hat'' as _.-.- ... nave. __ ,:._ .::..,_ .. ..._ l.J. ,. ._I_ .to. see], what was_ about, to pp.n.. "You aak-'Shall I; be happy, v?a";: I

the hackneyed_ .a.ppeal, '! to ; find in'n 6hbor. ., 'IT'S'YOU' ': .. ;, r : :Presently' it seemed ,to her that ,, she '
-
stores ,
one cal ,
.
"Yesshe ',
_ goods afe; carrle1 i ikeepY(& 'iri: 6'ur as. ; ' I II cried, eagerly "that's
a. classof 7th 't-a If rp'u to lire in tie kind i : : :::; I iras ;falling.into.a; : dreamlike,state and
want. town
of '
worthy convinced a -
ridlr/ study of' relative: rlc'ea-5has, \ .' ,; It.I,, must know; I'm' not.. going! f tp 'I
c '
I larger cities his_.fln1ars' a,g Like the kind ,of town' like '; ; vaguely she began to 'wonder ,Jf shewere'
'
lug 164
'In the majorIty C cases: ; make, '. a you' i. :marry him 'unless- I kno-Yf that. Im!

dwel\e\ in ?Clewiston. 6 can,; \ to a. dist'lit place .to. shop. If_ our'llo'dl.;. ", 1 mer,," No_ ,...heed'" .to... ., sUck"your.. .. cloth'es'. In_ a 'grip't.' .- -, ;.'" ,;: not ibelng ]-hypnotized.: > going to bo happy. Ask. ; them._ .MaX !
as lie can. 'g ding. and prices, in = '. ; ,':t But. :as she' looked ; -- I
hiiePpr
,tar. here_ ", with competitive stocks And iSUrt.on a .long" long 'j' ] a small black them tell
and keep 'pace : / t ,you. I,',must knoir. Please, :
.
,chants fail to study, what ''feff behind ."1 ) : rod the' 'man field In his,
'right
trade'r you'll only ,find 7ou hand
"
.1 ,
'shotfld! lose ,1. I : ... please
neighboring town the y well! and should considercontemplate \ -# '.r" :." began tell .me. .. ,.. ; ... ,,.
.. ; ,'away from home we There's nothing t Iiit's'y'ea11y n'"ew; "; : to move slowly and she stared He Ials '
trip his
a' ,4 :
/ hand prptestingy."Tell
ve' conditionsare : ; ;
,, So when ewIStoq,. and...I f ,iiI 0 her It'sa knock at yourself When you' .knock at': your town curiously af him as he began 'a king .:
of doing/ :as: well In '!i.r trade; ?. me. _she.Insisted. pleadIJ
&WI
, the 'p ossibelities! Clewiston: merchants the benefit of ''It' iSn't your t ?/ri2.ts( you! -.- '. : mystic passes ''with 'it' through r -

, equal', we snouid: give' the : of Cwo' Importantton l : M f v tOi. .-' the what do -they: say. ., p
intersection aVe {( built afraid sriaok'e'ofthe
location at the, '' Great towns not by men burning inC ense. As he
strategic Sadly shook
his
,
its' 'Water head.
with With ; ,
Cleivis' ; : few months hence, :, ; its rMlyray Lest ,some( one else get ahead; he, did so, the long talons of his* lefthand
be paved a' .. "The_ _. Guides, have answered but INhoam
stage: highways1/) to 1'8 destined to grow began1 C' ? ,
.
- facilities of transp'ortatlon But where1' everybody worts'arid nobody shirks making: cabattstilc signs'n
-) future airplane now, dono't ; but. 'mortal. ,. may not .infer, ,
;
and possible and it our merchants who are4here r You can raise aii old ion: from the dead; '., his lips; leis cheek",: and: )his brow ,
'center" who fret their
to' a trading << out: by others ; .: answer for you: All that
rapidlyin .
'eventsthey will be., .crowded] H while make 'personal stakeour His'eyes, a moment "
.,. And you your ago 'fiXed 'and
''wIthcomlng! be. .. I do is. communicate i te :
keep pace\ nlocated here, we "" I : .v. ;' ;' may, ,tp their
merchants \ can'make brie too'; staring, now began ?
of. '
neighbor (to with ,
calibre glow
.
the fe.rerlsh'
In any message "
from
as they.
judging count'of themselves \- '' gave It. .
But "
will .. they will be able ,,to give a good, ;,- ,' Yiur: town' will""''be, what. .yb wane: to see. 'brlll'iancy, and from his lips In. Sarananda/s : hesitant
I'ieve that fittest 1 manner In the -
survival of the town-its: you.. ;, poured forth: 4 .
the' aspect of; a, "' It isn t your a strange Jargon: 1n -
; "'
battle' : that" 'takes' on ., : "' : ''t ;"/, ; ; i rt' !l ''v --Ananymous"inI' t the" East Volusia' Farther which' 6e, seemed to be)' invplcl'riff1: way in which. he spoke. ., It "seem. (
I' :I/ .I.' ed plain to. ,Carol that there
x' was
: ...:....:.-_ I" 1 horde'of uriseen figures about' hl'm.' -
HERE. TEARS'I- Suddenly the subtle warning, yet obessed as ,she I
.
THERE'S DANGER I 'little wand( in his '
hand shot 1 "iras with the desire ,to know what :
'" \ is forward at her'so
muwhen ch desrctedIn I'professor into terrl. the;; future held for her' i in ,
f happiness
are his wife burst : .
the 'rights of citizens Count. Leo Totlstoy, tells of a who, when i fyingly that she clutched des '

these days and -when much stress is laid upon the lib. tears upon his refusal to give her a su'ffi-mer holiday in Europe, said: "Ah, ly l at ,the arms'of-( ( the- chair in Prate.' 'hlichshe she 'dared to be inslstent.( Ever since ,

compared with io'rm r times I citizens do analyzed their: They contain a little, was last Sunday evening; when Mr Weeks -
,.. l many 1 of- our foremost my friend, tears are useless I., have seated had .
It appears that thal's asked, her_ to be his wife, there
individual, sodium hydrogen and "You-yOU'
erty of the bill of rights-the first phosphate of lime.some chloride of oxygen Carol Dare. h'e said, had been
the but the
as "
is known one thought in bt'r
not understand the. object of what it I all. v .. ; ". ., -. ,. .II' speaking slowly and impressively, mind-would '
to believe'that she be happy? And she .
*> constitution. They seem jury.returned verdict of justifiable hom "you :
T amendments to the federal y It is not added whether the a have come here, to ask '
,
10 to whims and fancies,, or ., one me vas. determined to have the answer, '
.according icide-TaI'l.1pa', Times question- .yj
something ''' '
is something that may be changed r' : : you wsit''be what it may. .
much to know." I ,.-
or suspended at w'ill. u "The. message!" she demanded. .f
ignored they are God.>;even something:: i
inherent; ,. must know" \
they are -- she an "They send
not grants; you just
Human rights are, / swered. The one word. ,
of rights definitely mention of her That
from us. The bill < quest word is 'Wait.' "
justly be taken away I Ir had rekindled '
'and cannot shall .' new
human rights and stands as a guarantee that they even strength in her, "I can't. wait. I won't wait," .she ."-:' ..
these though
recognizes butt when
citizens their rights, she'spoke it cried \
not: 'give seem, defiantly. "I'm
does
riot be' vioalted. The constitution exercising' them in lawful man r BEST IN THE EVERGLADES ed to her that her voice not going to ;':
.
was that
to every one the privilege of of some other marry him-I'm not gotgto marry .1/'/

guarantees These inalienable rights, assets -for the Declaration of Independencelife The mystic.raised'person far away. anybody; unless I.knpw that I am '

ner. not be infringed by con I his hand in a going to be 'happy ''what '
-
happiness-may is
'- liberty and the pursuit of quick gesture, as. If to life for,
enjoin silence if
we can't be .happy living "
, stitiitions and laws. upon her; ?

American people hold to the great principle that governments are "I,; Saran da' "My\ daughter"Saranan da ,<
The' of the can tell you nothing bent .forward'
consent
from the toward gli' '
powers her
instituted among men deriving their just he said anc [
: slowly, '"even
results In' usurpation though manner ,
'
was almost .
just
power
governed; and therefore, any other than a it has been communicated'to paternal \
authorized or recognized byour things that
me
not take
of authority and creates a condition what your name is place here take
.state-without and what the Place
enactment-national or somewhere
organic law. And no legislative question is 'which else first What Is

stand the test. The basic laws, are the guides As you wish to ask" to be, is., What we going through ,
constitutional authority, can ;' he spoke a look I
of :
for the congress and for the legislatures. If either' disregards the provisionsof 4 cr&yi1& I'm' '+ Into her frightened despair came this earthly incarnation, wish 01 'do '-" :

! these their acts are unconstitutional' void, and it is the duty of the .quest' to be in vain? If eyes. Was her not wish, makes little difference The 'j'

' them. Saranada was message of the Guides to is .4 j.
declare
supreme court, to so unable to tell her you
'
In the formation .of the federal government: the sovereign states gave sho find'out'? how else could 'Walt,' and wait you will and w 'tIt,
What '
to. it certain i grants of power.'There are. 1S of these grants, and the congress "I, Sarananda was she to dos' you must." ; 'I
of u 's lfu"the.. "But '
I has authority to enact legislation i only upon subjects contained in tic went inys:; she' began once more pi'O- *|
calmly on, "can.tell testing] .
: j
I them. It is expressly! stated in the constitution that "power- not delegated nothing, yet ito the you p t \ .'

'to the United States:hy the constitution; nor prohibited by it to the states Unseen 'VnTTl"1.Ul-powers of'__; the With a wave of his hand he #- .jf i .
;:) long 'IEmced'her./ and
i-es n ectivel) or to the n eo n le." formed fingers' stooping picked up.-1

Obviously, the rights of citizens must be exercised within the limits I votion themselves into a sign of de- from the floor one'of the small ;: |
-"all '
to the the title this Clew things are clear, all In (the circle about him. 1 f'. }
of the .lave as prescribed- the constitution-with due respect The most beautiful building in the Everglades was given : .

rights of others and of society as a whole, which means that one' cannot iston building by visitors, who, know South Florida, It is. being used at pres. known.things are possible. all, things are "Here," he" sad, take this take 1 ,:>|

.
follow his own bent without taking thought of the effect his actions may ent s' an officeforlocal interests but when the growth of the community \ it to remind :you of the message frofj % '

have upon others. Life is an Inalienable right, and the constitution guar; warrants .will be. Used as the local library. ', I "To; those. who leave devoted their the towers above. Look on this ef-- j'':'

tnt es' to every. citizen protection of his life And upon the same prin. .J .. : ..; lives to Stuti, Prastiiana, Upsana to figy of Buddha' Gautama, and remember ,. '. ': .

_< .. I.. .\ contemplation, to communion, to that he, like thought .
ciple liberty and 'the pursuit of happiness-the enjoyment of the fruitso .:. you

one's. labors-are also -protected.; Since the law does not give these' ...'( ', <::(. .'.,....... ::. I prayer, thethree. great guides". many: weary Yfars, sought happin K, tl

rights, neither can it take them away, from the citizens, so; long as there ; again a gesture of devotion-"revenl: and found.,.. it only I In Nirvana. When. ...

is regard for the rights .of others,, but the law guarantees to all protection rights-and this school is becoming: one of .the greatest menaces thaL bas mUch. They know all see all, rule you grow weary, when you are impatient -. ;'

the proper. exercise of the rights! which Inhere to each and every citizen ever confronted' the A"rnerict1 people Unless all wlvp"' bel'evo in our p'r 'U. all. Yet with you.' Carol Dare, theconditio look 6n Buddha Gautama, and '

But In these, ; latter dais. there is in America a school of' Apolitical j'j'in ent form of government and endorse our basic 'laws opealy oppose the s negative; Be.tv/eeu remember !our message. "Walt! .,,;;:i;'I 1
'
:
'V' ; .
thought which teaches' that the.iaw; can tako'-from citizens their Gid.givcn I efforts to undermine constitutional government those encroachments will you and the man about whom you Wait.!"' :VV:

our 1asiclaws.-Tall1pa Times. would ask, there Is neither the fo. '
gradually weaken the solid fabric of ( Continued, ) .

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Bridge Crash The friends of Ju4 e W. N. HelJ..dersoD -r. I 'r
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.IP W' I,Jones Report: \ :* are glad.to-ee him out &1'1. : -, -J '. .,. (, ...
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/ ) Say Industry Tour C'.oirlitbn I ; rtildeatiand'- V :. :. %ftef" : a.!'..brief llineea.Nr. .' I ,.t:: .. 'etA. e lyi. cf ci..- nged'snd' ( ..'that. .' tili'alti.. ; .. Ie J I I ..,. .. '. .,.., t.. r_. : t. ,. "I... .. ..'". ... ... 't.., .". ..
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1 Thur/iday mbrainr' when! : heavy *t- .family mere w"k end business ,fi-. $1'U.' aAeLeague.'was.induced, v";to, [!!I. -_ : 'M' .C 'A"U'JIo L-L* L": '; -'\ .
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"cordinir to t: ; &ucal "bnlleti bridge ralllni! ,,Hr. ell* $Li.*. >1:. Brewer the. of C. I. .Dahlbenr,' ViceLPrpildeat" : : : c.: : : < : ; ,
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CompAJ e f miles of. Fort '.. a a11.41tiT !11kli'D : '. 1> .J. ; : \
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sued >y' Doir JonW : we of family, Hyerx,. were riiltoripf .'111e "Oe iotex Cod Da ar,.. tf:;? N. Piece. [ :' .JI- ; .

'' .ur Ofk in which 'statistics! are of.iaredMo ., Moore. HaTenr The car .,'"aa ''badly .'1' Mr.and' MM. H. B. 'Hone, Sundajjr.Harold 1doh", ;; his; .i--J./" I1r.Bau t"'" rt( \ 3 : ; ,. > ; .' ;: ': ;. ;. ; : .
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how that the atate la ia far damaged but .1h&- occupants .escaped Henrickaen'and .... I- .,t/.1,..,....... ."t"..' : ,. ;, ; .: .. ; ,;;: ;< : i' ; .. '
s Harryera : nci. I ew 0rlra>is .R.C. Wthins ., ,;1,
: than than"Vb'6ffor9 and walked to. Moore Haven where' xaade builnea :,. :.; : ?aqd .. I f .. .'! : REAIJ.ESTA1E'BROKER.: '" o> :.,, ./1.
present a trip to

! ,. Jbetterconditionat theboom.. ;?l., : '. '. ", they took another. automobile for. tfenday. ..' '.'j Soaq.:-: Ytce.Prealdent-oftith .....Southern.clflp1 :'I'w. :::' : \" : ;L.u < : : ; :' ': ' 't' <
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j'i V., .,,The- bulletin' ; tlchrflotii Ut .et.- Clwiitoa.Those ; i : Lynn Youder of' Moore Haven "i-' Rail 'ai!A'envbwerpd'.io.tWHfrer : .. 'ac.t.'i.'i.i : ,: .: : ...... : : ; ,;. :; : "t,'.
f1 in the wrecked l ') rll- .I' ',". 01cWlS .Flu -4"
\ nalxeF4.0IDA surrey made reports: care were J.K. a visitor in the :Rogers home' Sunday MrTicfe* of'Dr. Arthur 1Lfosenf.Id l / 4DI :

" : TO ]EARTH AGAIN Alaton, drlrar. Blister Lockett, Ed '* .' ae"' !'coniiilting hnoio. f : '. :: :
F DOWN) evening. ,
nd'- Chestnut \ X11.. :v.!,.--." -i ?Vi'f..r .--' 't. '"?;;.. 2 ? : : ": ; *' : : : : ;
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L.i J I 't' '':, cplture:|.' f Grewlni. industry- I"Itr."c. ulldinf. ;lit TktI on.: and Tie Mr.as Htynoldx G. fihult: of Tampa.of Claw. LaBelle J.. H.: Tears Sunday.of port If yen :was 'S UK jLm.. ,Sit J. :.J yntetnational4epuLtlon'.., rsRooenfel, ',. ,. .y who' had...b--"mild.:.con.! : .!f:i ift: :] ; ?',: % :;" :; :. *,; ":" ;;;,v ...: :, f: : ,;


No\onrer bt 'Florida dependent up.c&x ,va, result of ,the; Ionic "
i ... ..a''t ? proto 'drive from Tampa wh !re they had Big Henrlckaen of Orlando Tent,1;otr Argentine ;;at: ''fiu to':;":"! : ;, secializingyinsQlewistoh)i ;; ; : ; i: J Properties: : "' : ,
ipeculative .
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! the: tourist the weekend la LftBelle. h'ir. sr/ ,:,.. .,.. 1 I .- ,,/ -,; *, > { .? .
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I, V attended the South, Florida) fair t:1uerl1jB: : disease-in. tha ciiae field: .. Jv '"< >''* ' '
It* from a :land boom for its welfare was parents, Mr. and Mr. A. Lu Renricjc-' .' : ., 1a. r N4"r.: : ; : ; "
';r: .TEhe->y .z-et..rlch..qu1ck exploiter ellmL given: by Mr. Alston 'a* the reason son. : : :; habilitation:i 'of Louisiana i .'by :.introdueJ" ,!. ;: :: :.>;-1 ? :: :? -.: '>- x :: ; .,.. 60.7; ?: /- ; .:
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far :new of' dl8@ "
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eyes from much Zf :
r ,'ila Is'' now in the hands of its riaa t :! .,. .mostly.ofc thb P. OJ. I. .. '. ",.. > ;
nigh .drivlne resulted In his mis.rauginff were visitor at the Tamp.fair ;; cane : TarieUe.- : J! HOMES vv-i .w r 1'?\
builder, BY DBCEMBEK 'r '
fijl.. developers: farmers the width of the Mr. Parrl. who has heeD a. La.1 : developed in:, Java-.by'' crossing i L'otits.' ;" -'. :. !.t < I. : "' -' ":
I. ,' 'bankers and industrialists. The orgy bridge.The. ncrrpw Sub. T' ". ,' v .. .. o 11 S ._ t/, > ,.t':. :;. ; -. ::. :::::: .. -. :
Belle visitor time left
for some Jina '
cane with ba dy 'mountain ''
l spending In 1925 and ;.1926 has : 11 .V- 'Wr: t. "For Informally .;: : : ,.
of occupants said their) day to Tislt; other parts ofFlgrida. Sort& : v*". Ci B : : .:"I'>"" r\\" \\ ". : .,' -:: :, I' ;

i! :jiten ;followed --by. a -campalgn.. :,pf" re. .,ie' _.u.s Jnjuryfl'-X:; ** : 'rnllracteus} escape; ? ,. Cine'. 'from. the."HImmlaya.s: : ; .C! a ', : ; :. '. .. ...at- .... '.-: ;.. .:

trenchment. Products of Florida'ssSil 'w1t.e;; "'' ....... k1... ..... thl. ..<. .!' ... asii. .c 'The ett brtrlof"Dr. ;Rosenfeld, the feiafa i MlKffifflf mTOtatTOBM': .
---- -- .1.a.u".W..raJln Archie Waggaby of Moore Haven '* ,. ..
IL'proceeded :
, } .:mines and industry-arV: noir t b'twotwhCeli'eru'ene tn'l1.aBeUe Dahlberg.hers. : allied, with; c.. : .... .. .., .- ,. .. : :.
' ; across; er' with yjsltedi1 : Sunday. *, 'Y- ; :. ;
;1 c\: 'wi''>rth i over double the revenues "fro'nV ;! side banging over Mrl: 'J. O. Wagner of Citrus Centw '! them,)have '.,be en., so( successful that ., '.s';

'I + ui1t... Florida again is Ton; a :\)soundbaais. the ledge, and a drop '''in .to ''the;.canal s .in.Belle.. latmrdayattendln) in 1927 :ion those''plantationswh"ere ,.. .,;" '....:-; .. i.': :"",' : ':'". "' "

I &. onomlc .C1. *; :'16 feet. 1i low; ,.ns'. narrowly". buaines\ (. I .. t" .. :- : r ". ." .: : .
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I 'ijo'rida.state Chamber of Cpnimerce 'Miss Gladys Cason was a visitor in : .of: from'S'to. "30. ton's. per: acre were eould ,y ', "'" ... .ri" -. : '. ,
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1924.26boom' ; :: ; .DOR .O : Moore fHfiten :Sumday.Mlsae i >: t < n". Pay' : l :
: s show thatp: ; ate the ', harvested. the ,.caee.'yi'ldng.a: high! .. : 1 : ,
I DeAm and Annetfeftgerils .' : : :
Kathryn i :
and .s equent deflation, not to mention 'f' .... : ,. .
WASHINGTON bucrose.content. the harvesUng ", .
:the i926 hurricane, the state Is T-Frank. p. J Low* $Saturday. in Clewlitoh.vifitting' : : t.. ', : ,. -. '; ':. ':." :'.i.-r 1 j r"'. '..f, .' "
den was endorsed_ ',today 'fof'the;; :: 'Ml' l> father. seas n--of .1928, .through the':iatro6ucL: "' '; '''
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Re : s eam>
before inflation .J- : ... .
;"better. .off today than publican : U .'. I. .,. .. '..
-' "'farted" presidential nominations by W. B. Salisbury, who was: formerly tjU"or..thede Cines'-and 'mod iu .mfetb6 mn'y"\ .. gmen .. : l
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\ |ln the field of' finance, the banks'iUustrate from Illinois members of the house' : :and irh.. hai'been living in LaBelle .<,is"bf" cultivation' .. ".''it .is.,.expected. that. .... : '... ._ : < :" .; .; .: : .
districts
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of : employed. by the :Phoenix: Utility CC ., : .
-' Florida's improved position cago. ? ;the Louisiana crop. 'win'1> normal, .. ; .' J: : ; .I'1.i .'
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-.cjearly. Capital: surplus and undivid. .. Sears cempletlom of their work:, ;>;)?. ; P. ,; 1. Increased waxes, bettor .llvinj; stand. :.' ,-:-I,.".. ... '; .
at !, left O.J. Day''ProclalmedIn -v .
.. :: *$ 'profits of Florida banks increas. lumber business shows a steady trend' Saturday' forNe>r ; . "''ards-- fireaUr, .earning power 'ha"te'., '. ::;r\'' .L'':,

'.e'J 84 :percent from June; 1924, to ; and it still has over 36,000,000,000, York parent City, where' he will visit ..hU 4? X\: .recognition* / :' : of/'these'successful' : ;i; c '' placed a new.. Taltte'ba huma life .', '. J, '1 .

''J.ine'.. '',. ,1927 or from $38,828,786 to'I feet of standing timber in its for' .Mr. Harry Fresh and son' Victor;_ .:efforts. 4. -u: to,.. rehabilitate.. ... ,,-....L.*_.u1s1tu1ft.* ., ..' ;I.r..'; ..' Where a' few ,y ears ago a '$'2,500''Y z--' Ii,.. ... < 1
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$7,462,476. Deposits in the same pe.rjjod eats. I ',' ., r.: ;'/' ." : ..
!. of Tampa are visiting 'Mrs. Freshrt!': OMaybr :.ArthuiJ1 J;.,. piyeefeQf: ; ...New >> : diet was comparatively uncommon! .
f Increased from 1292,513,563 to Further : :. '
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evidence of the sound sisters, Mr G. Small, Mr*. Joe Orleans proclaimed?'..N v.ember' S last n: :j .. ;; Juries today are bringing. in verdicts .. : .. -
$$S8819,235; and resources from $34 .- growth of Florida is death'by"*' '*" :'';.;. ., ,
the steady m. Brinkley and Mrs. Lou Jacobs. j as "P. O. J, of $$25,000, for injuries or ..
: ; .Day'commemorating ; .
':7 2,923 to $562, 5268.; Bank clearings crease in electrical output. ; .- "': """ \ ... 04' '"7 '.'" '" .,
In antomobiles.
: 1924 'r.
Miss Lucille H. .e.'f
} Rudd and J. FeA
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ijf the' first nine months of this production was 218.2SS.OOO 'pie courage :perseverance and'diter. ; t : ; ...' ...:!.. .t
ktlowatt motored to Del Verde V .. Today prudent inerii carry $10,000- : ,
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'year were more than 40 percent ahead against 509,670,000 "' mlnation the sugar"planter: L' '- I \ !
In of '
1926. In Miss Sadie Tanner of Felda visited '; $20,000' automobile insurance, t'and' r ,. .
:$ clearings tof"the, Whole,.of 1924.: .the: first eight months of 1927 Uouisiaa, and likwise he indef ."I ; . "' '.
ouput Miss .
Annie Lee Faulk.Mr. ; itlg- -
the cost for the double protection. ; .. .
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;The. trend of bank clearings-} thet1rst 67,347,000, or 18 ,percent from the '' .able' efforts _. It' ';'; ': '" .
ahdVMrs G. Barton Hall and of' the American SugarCane :? : trifling} ccpnpare-i to the original l pre. :. .
monthse'of 'same period I
nine the 'past four of 1926. After .' .
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'spending "
T W JflT'* 'upwards of family were in Fort Myers Saturday: League, through .which. theyhave '' ,jl in. ,, .. '.
Q< .years .shows that current 'business'p; $15,000,000 in Florida in evening to witness the celebration of < i !: : : : : .; ; "
orb 119 25,, the Florida y succeeded jn fining mean's'ot. : ,.
'\..ireelliLt ahead-'of. 1924.. Clearings.. the 'Power_. &. Light Co the fivejnmdredth of sunshine r
day
rat.. nine months follow:' recently ,has' spent about '$35,000,000 In South restoring the. prosperity their ', .. s: .' (Let u, quote you. the, rate) ., . .. ?> .
.. Florida (t I
.; :a:92'1: ;i:P.. IS$1: ; :.laexpandingItssystem.sic '. Other' ub'- James.Tailor or" Felda -was- a b S. industry" -'I'! -- 1

':" '.1192B i..2,294,2.03,826 utility ompahles .are. spending .. '
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ness visitor' ia LaBelle this'' Meanwhile during 'the "'lspression in tI ICK .
tween. $15,0001000: : week. C MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY
,X97 .. 2,216,918,721 .and. 20,00,0,000 this '
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I. 1 'f1'Z'd.: : ; ; tii: Red Wilkeshlre Louisiana,
year and Marshal.-. Pac some of the finoot' plants.
.. 1924. . ..... ., .. .I,005,992i895Building .., on additional''flcillties. '' spent the week.end in "LaB'e : '" ';. "\ .

; construction. naturally- has The development. Florida's ivy W. K. tions in the state'' were so d''at .fore. .' '. .CLEWISTON: FLA.. : ,,- .
Martindale
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: and Harold Hen \

.es1rrered(: .most. severely: ",.from, post' 'ers'An/>vand"' .harbots', ,,' .has' been. ... rapid. In TlckBen. motored. to Fnrt :Mvp"q.. .0114.. !ed sale, 'and. the Da l1erg interests,. : ':, ; i-, :: '''' 1 : t .. : '
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.boom deflation, ; .et construction: in..' ono::; foreign imoprts"' and -'exports aggregated urday.. organizing The South Coast Company -. 1 : : \.... .- l :: : :;., it" i. _
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cities ''3,767.574 {eras valued have become } ':' '. ..: .. '.
lading ,in the first nine. months. 'I. ? at Chief Powell of LaBelle was a owners of. the : .

of\ this year exceeded by a consider. $$130,216,192, while its: total waterborne ,Tampa Fair visitor. following .. /v.;-0,:. .?.'.",.,#< ,, f- .Representing .1' ..

able margin consruction in 1923, and traffic was 15,421,949 tons val. I

/or;' the whole' year will come within: ued at $. ,066,723,815./ This. repre.. the Harvey week-end Cox of Fort Myers spent Georgia Plantation, at Matthews, UNITED, STATES FIDELITY 'AND GUARANTY COMPANY
in
seats an increase in: tonnage LaBelle. La., 16,000 acres'with 6,000 acres,
of 96
siiiking
: ,distance of 1924 'figures! .- Con. ,Mrs. James A. :
sfruction in 70 .Florida cities in the percent compared with 1916, and of Brooksvllle Newcombe! ,of now under cultivation and ,a modern
is ''
30 spending the week 'in
'.first, nine months of. 1927 was only percent compared with 1924, while LaBelle.Mr. mill of 1,200ton.f daily capacity. -

.$52,. ,856,780, or less than. a. third ,ofth'e pent the increase over 1916} in and value 29 was percent. 340 over per- P. A. Beam spent the weekend Oaklawn, at Franklin ,6,000 acres, '

$173,380,240'recorded Jn 1. the .same 1924. '' in .LaBelle with his family. with 4,000 now under ,cultivation and N
period of 1928. The most drastic Mr. Jack
Gravely motored to Fort '
TOURIST TRAFFIC NOT VITALlorida's a l.OOO.ton modern mill. RESPONSIBILITY
shrinkage in construction in SANITATION
was cities 'Myers Sunday.'Don't. '
Ashland, at Houma, 6,500 acres, 5-
/ on the west coast, while the least tourist traffic In the first miss the, basket ball game 000 under cultivation with

severe was in Jacksonville. nine. months of 1927 was 206,480 peo. between LaBelle and Punta Gorda a 1,000. \

Florida also is making strides in pie, or only slightly below the peak I on the LaBelle court Friday, 330.: I 'ton mill. :'. ; -,\ .' : "

the corresponding period In 1925 I Lower Terrebonne at Montegut, 4,. .... .. .... .' .,.' '
,agriculture. It is estimated farm 'products Mr.. and l Irs. Lou Jacobs of the : ? .; : \ : ,
. 'when 1 ,978 people entered the state.It 500 acres, with 3,000 under cultiva. '" . 'L. ., .: . '-
., had a value of slightly over Ramble Inn spent the week.end in

,: -$200,000,000. in 1926. Comparative fig. live( is Florida estimated that these in tourists Tampa. tiou The and, ,four: a 1,500-ton properties mill.are consider :, '.''... ","." .,..,". ...:.._,.,.''1..". .:".....:\.',"' '. ;,, %,J '., '5,<;:.:::1., >I"'f' '>,' ,. ._,.. :,'' ,. .'
a the .
revenue "r '
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of neighborhood ,' 'I, ,..,. .. T11oiJ.;. : l t :...: ;) '
,u'ljps production are not available Ezra Hull of Felda was in LaBelle I ed .ri.J) < :; ; ; IfI'k ,M, : :tt 'W I
of -$200,000,000. annually. among the best In the state. The .' ....1 ,: .

but figure shipments of farm prod. When it is realized that in 1926 the Saturday: and Sunday. land is all high and fertile and in .,.::.;y ; ,;' '\( '" r.F1r..'!' '. ': '.. "" ,', .-. '
:.ucts show that in the 1926-27 crop Mr. 0. Byrd and family of Sears vis. the ;' I.J 'i. ',. '. .; '<,.,.....t1 1 1..1t: Jr. \. -.'. : ,
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past has '" (
state produced
produced manufactures valuedat excellent cane : -t' : ., _
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season 91,002 carloads of fruits and Jted Labeile Sunday. : V -
$267,000,000, mineral products of I crops. Each o'f the sugar houses has
vegetables went out of the state, an Mrs. Langston and Mrs. Johnson bothof I. Two of' many excellent reasons >wily you
over $16,000,000 and farm products In a territory local to it operated by >
increase in volume of shipments if' Sears motored to LaBelle Monday
excess of $200,000,000 (excessive of numerous email cane planers who
vious year's shipments of afternoon. should let us do laundering.Give '
74,371 your .
car lumber), it can be seen that while raise cane for the facory. ,
loads. '.Rev. Denningfon of Fort Myers' filled
the tourist traffic is important to the The South. Coat Company' plansto I j .
Various Products his regular appointment at the La- '
state's welfare, it Is by no means cs. further modernize the mills and
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More Church1
a important, perhaps, than the sential. I Belle Baptist Sunday. 'increase
their
Increase in volume o shipments Mr.. and Mrs. H; C. Ketring} ,who are capacity to the point .' .' .
is Commenting upon Florida's I where they will have a combined .
pres .
e increase in diversification teaching, in LaBelle, spent the week..
of farm ent position, the State Chamber ot yearly grlndng of 380,000 tons. Thisamount'will
clothes "chance. Make them last
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..::]rOducts. The figures' for 1925.26 end at their home near Zolto Springs. your a

how that 18.itemized farm Commerce says: The chicken supper given by the W. I produce over thirty thou. I .. o4 products "Following the orgy of spending in sand tons of sugar. : '
'1-, were 'shipped from Florida M. U., at Small's 'Cafe ,was quite ,sue.ce5siul longer and holdth elr: color better .
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while in 1925 and 1926 when Florida I The
Company has
commun.
instituted .
1926-2T no less a ..... .. .,..
than
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31 classes or sties and counties without looking to I Service Department to study the la. ,,:' '-. r' : I
products still The Queen Ester Bible class, had its
: make ? .
up the most Important the future Issued and sold hundreds !,! of bor and welfare conditions on the ,
i item of last regular 'meeting xat the home "
Florida agriculture of 'millions of dollars worth of bonds'for ',
plantations with
a view of bettering '.- .
.important ; Mrs. J. Pope V .
gains
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have .
been made in public improvements, 1927 'has : '
L other products. !: Those Registered at the Everett t plantation labor life and attracting .

'. '. State's Agricultural seen a campaign of retrenchment and hotel Sunday and Monday were E. the best element of.!" workmen. It 13 ., '," .
Importance that has been little short '"
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economy proposed to r.' .
The national importance E. Goodnq and Dennis Small or La rearrange the plantation .
of amazing. "
of Flor- Deadwood on 'the public
ida Bell es/ J. Bfadeutou, quarters, install baths, organize,' .play ..
H. Tarldngtou
as an agricultural state is shown payrolls has been dropped top heavy I .', .
Mr. and Mrs\ Wm. Arcadia grounds, maintain sanitary living ,
by the Leitner ;
fact that .
.r., although it has iin. salaries of officials cut, offices combined
der cultivation only one.half percent and other economies put into Monday, F. Kult' St. Paul, Minn. I conditions, organize medical', assistance

of the farm land of the country it effect W. G. Thomas and wife, Bowling.dreen 'The and encouragq church work. LEWISTON STEAM'o

produced 81 percent of the country's "No Florida political division has Ky., James P< Knowel, Pitman South Coast Company proposesto

(0 grapefruit in 1926, 61 percent of the been reported as having defaulted on ,N.'' J., A. G. Madara, Pitman N; ,make living on the plantations s '. .

t" .peppers. '21 'percent of the water. Its obligations and a number of mu.I J., and George P. Branyori and wife, pleasant that not 'only the labor now LAUNDRY : .; '

melons 41 Birmingham, Ala. existing thereon will be satisfied and :
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' 24 percent of the tomatoes, 59 Percent the open market recently and purchased Mrs. Nell Parkinson and children stay, but other labor lured away 'b)' .. .. :. .
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of the eggplants, 38 percent their own paper in advance I of Alva, visited her parents Mr. and the city lights. will return to plant. .

of the table, snap beans, 16 percent of the date of maturity.: Mrs. J. O. Clark in LaBelle this tion work. Alread; the results of this '. :

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of the early Irish potatoes and 32 "Florida is in an enviable position I week. ; attitude have been felt; as at Osh. : ?. "' .

yo-- percent of the celery. economically! It Is again on a sound ,j Emory Hodges of Okeechobee city land Plantation (one new family a \ .

One other important branch of economic basis as a result of the ef. 1 is in LaBelle at the homo of Mr. and day has been moving' in; : r' : .' .- "' ,, "I. ..

,( land products should be mentioned forts of its people. It was necessary Mrs. ;H. Faulk. Prospects for' 1928Of ", .

forestry. In 1926 Florida produced at times to resort to drastic meas. Hoywood Montgomery of Fort My even greater 'magnitude are the .QUALITY SERVICE '

jl.00,000,000 board feet of rumber, Tires to place the state on an towenke'el 1 ers was a weekend guest in ,La' Dahlberg operations 'Jn Florida: in tho .. ...

1,903,370 barrels ot rosin and 27,. but the Job has ,been riccbpl.pUshed. Belle at the home of Mr. and Mrs vicinity of Clewiston on the south J

", 261,425 gallons of turpentine. Its ." J Herbert O'Bannon. i I (Continued on .pogo 6)) _r7 lllll:' -

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By John L. Johnw-n, Chlrt Cr.rk.LooklnC" ; 'Q. OO '; 1idNtI ... : .. : ,,' ..: {. . f .'/ :,
*wb donoV i P01l' Cle. P<: .' 'i .. .... ...
M INCREASE r .f' ,
: .LOANS : ] f Aaks 'SHOWDOWN', v-'J f ,'/" 'l.I t ...J. .. ..'. '.' -'''' 4'.f: !. 'i.r'd''l ... "r ,{ .! ,,:
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has had' In"tHe1 bulldlnr" and gro tbT1itoa : '> -*.. -* I'.l J '"
"; :ajidj tho 'd1 MPiPen;! ot all 'states. of the' union and .the' 'Dii.-J v ian,.-i BorAh..ot'*' **' tho V."*.% senate.TAi ttMM.*-"l "foreign. ieIatibna ; \ ... .\'. .. ?. ..... ... ..' ,r.' .. if J,., ;': :.J" ".. ',...' '...t...J.,...,:':'.i j. ;:./' ...,1 ,.- ., _' ..,. ,.;,.-;. .; .., ;< ,. 'r..1.. ;
trjct of C Alaska In loaM;| : committee; to m&kc"a\ hili'xe.'Dort # ''f..If... :
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unroundingterritory '- .
the and ittTestji errs, of all banks to' ;'; ''n ilia aye .6r-'fo"ariries"y. Int'Nfc.: ;' "...: .. "' '. .'... .. 1f' ,t ( "I oJ.IA""f.! '.

s V ,t Back In 1921iwheniWl veriUbU;' wUdeni.I4 t1P4, .federal-reiorve", compilation: '.reachi" aw14 'buts' :eUpp ..on. 14*: rcsoljatlqn: .- ::;: -:Th.; ( Cl": ;eWlSeWS"" r.""
; Jdewiaton WAS a
; on'wbic'h. Olewl Uj. t the; 3't:1to' comptrpller.' : J ,."aa. ... t,_1a 1.'oc.k. .. -.r.-l\" .1. s.en2.tn, :-.q"'t'l.t.'Sho"t1"tA..... Ire'!' : : .
when.the spot : '. 'On June 30 of the same year, Flr 1eYJubUCAn. CaJlfornialvThU .. I. : .. ;.: oJ ,, ': < : :: \ .t: :: :j .lq'7' : v ;: :->'> '
.& stand: was cOTered wttth! fwa'ter.'' : :ay, Ida etood twenty-third. : In' loans and It; -. L ... ...! t- .. : 1ft,.. f: :-'. : ;',, :;' 1" d 1 1.... .. :':, l'f t 1: 4 ; ;I! 1. '?4 ..... .. ,:i l ..a.r ;'f F: j f 1' :', ,.:' ... ,I'

fir spirited citb ] ... .... mOTe. yh1chfnllowed.s: .erfJ. ,. J. tar seeing, !public nineteenth in i*:' ; ; J fa :" ,9 c. : J-'tt' 4l1IJI", :" ;;) : '.. _.
and of" the
Investments : ,
speeches proteet.ntade -.in: neh.:
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: ien* headed by yrlriXlArC.:; Cleifl! t i bank1depoflits.; 'ate t last 'veerar, '" ? ? : ; -,< v.Sw
'podta/exclUsiTA.-ypf: \.t' _: ;' dZa9t.. the: admln'lsw
jlraom Clewiaton is 'n nied.. Major find ; .v .
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Tho. compilation shows" hat in : t policy :'Kfcaragua. 'tfreio
/; Mrs... John. J. 0' Bri, n, :.and. .'others. : <
'o' tttoer :'322 state and nationalbank .t.lrat19f' 1t1l r t. and,,": ;: be- tins. _utt.4i 'bylead
T bad vlsio'n of the of, toj- >' < V.-H .
a Clewisthnj 'Aj-Jy t4 '"'.
iriteAtmentfi # Xfr;
bf'rFlorlda reported loans.. a.n4. .- ..!19t fippSS{ ,,fq S1-' \' ;, -
tomorrowarid ,
; 4laT and of had faith '* +.: E ,. > *" '
.Pali.Americi''cost
> I., totalling' 1385,1000,000 ,end mitteesince. .the- .
..." enourfi to invest: th_lr money time ; **-t? r-t '*, J'-c..l.; -v it S:tic'\oIot.>k ;
'. $401,944,000 327 banks on June 3J). feronoeporary. openeda.. Havana... A. tern. "
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r., and efforts to build a rallro,d to : )O. C''' I 1 ." .% : .. -. *.*/ ; iI'V'T "
number of banks reported tc'eonproosw. ihvestga.in .: i 61 > > l : A&nt >
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deposit of 1383,285,000,;, ;fit; t1onl\Qf iQC :! n eftectHICKMAN .-< *-r-v.
t; :> The first,' equipment ink .a..ma1Jf .' depositson'befcj.10'and: : $425, ; durl! tli St.;P.a iIA1.1,1 i. ; : .* **' I;' t -Svf .:rC:,.. J r tt :

f locomotive, leased from the Atlantic bank ; ... 1''I. L I -, ., .' ..,ri '. >.4't.d1 ; ... ,..-, . .' .. ..' .
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377,000on: I.I. '1.ft J ?o; )" :r. Ii. '\ l-: ; :: : ; :
j.. .Coast Ll&e, .and A..am&11.CQaCh.; wed. '* 'fii rediscounts-and .bms'-.p yab.leP<< ; ; .Wf-. *:."l .\. '. ; :/ *; v '1'f.: :::. ; ;: : : ; ; : ;":};' :.::,,: ,:i. ,:.::' "

; as a comblnaton passenger, mall and I ; :!: ( /PEEVED r ;; 'J' .: :: .' u I" : .' .. .l'-tJ',) J.,. : ..,.. .. .1.

A . express coach. Thli was used, In,the teenthv pet 10,,'.Florida. :':" -stood..;,>> thirteenth, :: '.- .1n:;' \. : : '., ::1. '. 'A .', _l r- %l/J.Iketi': ;?.&y&$. -r i I/*: : ." -W': ,;: : .. ;, .-.;' ,::::t: :.:'1::. :: :' > : ;':::1;;; >T 0: :<;'+: :; :; ,

dater season,. 'while in ih e sumrner H I *- .,- 'IJ !'rfj i' .... _. ..... ... ... ... .. .
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:r'. carrying the mall, express and what LINDY MAILMAN tioris were taken ::'to''closely 'guard .( .,'--.1. ,1I1l: .".-..1'Y"''''':' ._, .r. r '; ,., :' ....;. .. )., .J. .. ...,...,;".. .,. .' ..
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'passengers, .there. were then.". FORTJUJ-PRINCE. HatL After a.fellQ r.t! w prjso!er rud, whose galeBudlongc : ,. ; a '; .. [f. :.: ',...,.- ,..,... :"J.::: :.
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conductor? -our' own-'Captain: H. ,circling lazily In a..gre t white' cloud : p. ; .f I'r ..

Etherton. :therbcglnning. : of whatwlllubflVin bank-at ran evelatioja- <4tj, Ji.eet;'!!f revelation' of. a sensational: 4" letter; .' success nd *''.we 1apnre.ciate. : :it. .. r:
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,'- : ; ; itlmev. great reclamation. killing: time;;-so f that. [hQf might. : pro'uilneDce.in :"i"" .. ;
;: program of the thousands"' of waste at PorLau-Prince, on the..', exact, mln.;! Wm : :;the, present, :san; : i :. : '
itjj;J; irlai. :.ot->,the. .t rmeht ,,> : : ,. :. ,;Jratiic :"eifprts: ms g ving' Qui : : ;;: T
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.but fertile. lands of the .great ,Eror- ute',. Col.,- Charles: A. Lindbergh fly; : ,Tirades_ ; .againat Be dlojg! rfJ a POI ed l a ,. :.:;:' j vGornmunity ,

glades.' f ing from antbrDomlngot .ma:< e.ar drat. r .... :

., The first agent here %wa3.Johtt 'DeAgrilla iriatic} appearance 'over th0"Ctrlng'' fieW by by. Jail Hlckman. officials_ 'l resulted,\.to;; ..have'been'&_ "the. 'infor'nu, made; ."' .1 .f' ', ,such a mediuifiCj. : '.:.>'::-/. ; r "" ......'..

... better knowri. tax Johnnie" here The/Splrlt' fS ; 'outs had beep '' > *t ; f J -* i'J -.. :.
.; 'had been connected '' to the. er. being more closely'guarded. .,' .:. .._ 1: bl. '.tu .. ::4 ./ .'.:;i, :: ,>,' :'f'" .f''
'who+ ; w lath| tpw sighted-at 1:30 about 20 miles ? .. ; : . ., .. .;: .
>HI'ckman' srasaid' "by"his ''cuVtodi.pleaded : W 'PU !.G .
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.Coast Ldne 'ftt Mobre o Haven_ he. remained north, and then was lost to viejyr. The ,.' "J,: : :. :.7... : :. :.:' .. : .

'- agent until his trig !death- '" flier- made; ; long detour; h idl sud. ansti to'havp : for;"aohance'> tot i. ; : '-' : '

'.; in Moore Ha.Ten'in the hurricane: e rof deny, appfoached the\'..1ty71iom: the } his';' pa.JBudlongj" (rjteylati -' :: T k : :; : : i;E / ;< : :' : _
r !:,$". hadj turned: tover Jtq., ie prpaecuj // : :i : :
,"., 'It25.. -, Hidt.Mr.- '":.DeAsrilla.resided. in south at an 'elevation of 500 feet: ; .. Jelteriater admitted,v f ; : ,; > y : ;
Jon J5yr" tidefense" ,
..Clewiston would 'doubt be alive Lindi : ,a. : .. .. ..r .. ... ,
he : fr6m t" et r. k. fr '
TIQ As. he stepped> theplane. ; ; : ; Y1 trt.H *3.J c : .
; ; 'to be'rthe !'product .ot." Hick.man's ... .r ,. ,;'" T..f.;' !, ;1 ',: :'';': ': ." :
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man said he was goin* to "throw a . :" :, -l '.i .t" I. "I' "
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.'fit. ... 'stage. a 'laughing... '\ ... '. LJ1.CJ. .. .. .. "
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:and 'was-.iM r. fD. M..;Bedgn" :Tnail route flying. He carried govern. I" ... ... -_ _to ,": ," '1t. : ..... ... ;; .si ..;'.- ;..."".l.... .. :
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'. :Laugh who had screaming, diving 'act.maybe front 'J" Jt: ,rp.p.'IJIf ."r)'",, ', : 'J ....,.. ...... f .r..' ": "fu *n+.v.! '." .. \ '''''-':. d. ,i''r .
been ootineete4 -
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._:: : the.until Coast 1.h .:flax Line d:,'*hd!dingthia.abaor; ppsi;,13! oa t mentimall Port-auJPrince from! Santo.Havana.T Domingo'IT :for. i !of:..*:old: .11'I.manParker: ,' .', ':. himself.. ,'; f". ...,".'.+. J : : ,: *r ; y,?:; ; ; .' : : : ... A :, ::; :. : : : :
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;:. .'jCoait. Ciirat'y'ilrie. .. ;-!' :],I ogre; ,Jh.T. ,- 'SEA- \RAIDER.f -- V, LIKES'', U.- S. ,::>;-'. (:.,y 'I.' :..1 LEADERS t. : : /. : [.: :f ,. : : : ; ?: ft f- ;; j:'."--a:" '. :

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the expectations! o.d tys.officers\< !orer_ YORK -Count -.' ; :
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Luckner who 4iw
as ?; ( 'lI'f t : : '
40,000 packages of ;yege ables ..moyjnifoveif OF CLEWIsts : t. .
.;) the line the first 'fiscal year, '''German sea.iralder, Seeadler In the WASHINGTON. With. all_ major ,

World ''war, roamed the Atlantic and legislation In. congress dead or slow. .. .. ... .... ,
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over the line the first fiscal year ) .. .2i..t. r. V. .t
: Pacific! for seven months: and sunk, ly dying as th"e' usual 'jam of the:,. end \.' t'f". 'j ,'\/', ,.. -.j U. .
rue of 'the. M., H., and C, as a feeder, : > T' fi. '> .It 'h' ..I' .1 f. P. \ ',, ; v 'if'l' v :
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merchantment,1desires : aDproachesrIeaders'
allied of session in ,
,I". ,hexclajmed l 5 ,. "-- ;L. :- ,
.'. In the year 1925;, realizing the 'vAlthe I. ; .1 I.1I. 'M _.......,,,,,
become American, he'd. both'major''paities were plainly worried
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sac ]: | I, tons ht that the first .session !ot -- Ij ,

.1 r. The. Atlantic{ .Coosir- ie.. took oye!. .. The)] count.said,, he was -jobllgjed I..':'to ,;the.. 70th, ;congress_ xwill go, : I O"liD': rO' .. 0 n_.... 1 '
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:road 'm.t1ia.Vtinie""' on the-'tuture' of 0 ,. ..
forego' his intended 'world cruise! in history as. dojiothing t, t .
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II > dewiston was. never: in doubt, as ,his schooner The Vaterland,' becausehe' Tax reduction,. .farm 'relief,_ l glsla..Ion v.r-.L { U : .
the .of.vthe-Coast-tine: : ':" "A. yt .
management 'had been '"so gradously: received'* to. strengthen 'the' merchant 'iiia. : 'r.gfj' IVten. -' '
rarely' Invest in projects that do not meeting : : Who Wear ;

have an aSured future of 'prosp z1t.y. and "so! exhilarated by I rive, Mississippi river_ 'flood control. a The ,
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Americans. I Boulder: dam arid 'other im'portantpropositions' !ft- /t: : \. It ..! .;;. ...
It is by such foresight as that dls- .,.Accompanied by Countess -von. have yet :toj,'be, acted 1 .1 'i"1, ,"' ; .
:played by the builders of the 'Moore to .' I '" ."', J -1.) r'4 f I I. ., ;h..l J.Z l I .>' 't"l'. 'J., r,;, "
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Luckner, he said he was upon. The navy-building,, .program':: '; : A : '

Haven and Clewiston that great ,Havana, in, two weeks to.: rejoin the calling.. .. for plus. .has a a ... .. Them ..' : ;. ...\
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I things are 'accomplished; 'and imich' : sailfrom a ..' "r.. .". '. ... ,, :"'... .j.'f .. .
.... little schooner in which 'iJey set struck. an.... ,Impasse: a : ... .' } ".' .. .. ,
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;credit is due to the men and women I ago a '.xy. : (
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who especial were credit pioneers is dUe'in 'this to' Mrs.work. .,John and i i They said, and will in return October to.will Hamburg,come ,backto .he.! PEACE PACT SIGNEDA .' a a a ,, ,,; ;<;',";;-- :;, _. ; : -, ,,7 : : ,: :.. ::. :, ; : i ; f

J.-. .(VBrien 'who as \Moore in a .r"r: ;' f'i .1: 'Mi I 'r;. \
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America
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mayor. the world 'which I have-"come to love. a ?, r t\\ way >. ; : : : :

\. 1 I bond' ot 'peace-'and' friendship be a ,: ... 'd'i': "" ( ,. .' '
The present;, force .atthe., stationhe I so dearly," he. said.. a f :_ '!f.. '! I,
having joined' the the world. tween France and the United States a .' '" .;. : merits ordemerits of .
Coast Line fam- "America is the heart of : a \ / ... : : <. : 'JX: 1

Is composed of A. R. Plant as agent The future destiny of the white race which had its 'beginning" Just 150 a a ., : .J. < ; .
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fly in February 1926 .and coming to this country. It is hereI ,years ago on Feb. 6, 1778 will be a .. 'iI. "k' .:..:" ) ". 1. "" ', r..,
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Olewiston! as agent December 1926. I want to live.. sealed anew at the state' department a a .., ,;. .!> .it.: .C eanlng.. ; are: plentyof ., 1:{ ;' ,M i: : '. ;

John L. Johnson, chief clerk, having .when signatures are attached to the a a '' ;:,: '. ...; .'..,. .'\ ...1...;' ..;. :,

been with the Coast Line since 'F&b-' ITALY IN DILEMMA new, peace pact which virtually re. a a :I,4:: .:.. '.'., witnesses. 'in. '' this. I: community .'t.;.:" .' c ; .:.' ;" ,.:- .

November ,1927, then Webster nounces war as an instrumenallty I'a ._ ; : ( ..... ".'J'' ,::" ';4 ,i.,' .;:
Myers, better known as "Webb" who ever to be called. Into play betweenthe who II' ) ;'"4'1 '-' r
ROME.-Secretary Kellogg's dec I. : : = < ;. : : ar to .
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looks after the Western Union, who two republics. 'f. : my ),.> ; ft .
laration that the United States is

Line came in to December Clewistbn and 1926.to the Coast vrilllng to sign an antLsubmarine "" _--:1 ''f. ".:,':r":: <., ;:/f:.>. cleaningDARCY I i ."":3;:!'.t .. ':,.1' .04 ;
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treaty finds Italian official, circles In INTERVENTION PUZZLE I' '" : }
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BIG. 'CITRUS a The dilemma.scant comment forthcomingnone :- :;/ : : ;

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\ .. CROP SETOUT yet in, the official press-is to HAVANA.-The place of the sixth -ti 1Y l>
\ PanAmerican conference in new *?> .r!
I 1 the effect that Italy must be gov. "
HERE .
world history hung In the balance to. :; --I.: DRYGLEANING ; .
i erned 'by the decisions of her neighbors :
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;, (Continued from page 1) in the Mediterranean and AdrL night. Seven of the foremost states :, (.:.' *&::t/.1/.

izer and the fact that severe cold aticr -seas. Ira this connection it is men of America, headed by former I y-: .: I :.). ; $'

seldom, visits" this section. pointed out that Italy has an immense Secretary of State Hughes of the :\,. .. ... .. ,.:,''.

l "This, I believe, ranks with the! coast line to defend and' Africa United States, faced the problem ot ;.:, ', <.
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best citrus land, In the state," he ,npossessions with which: she finding .a universal acceptable. e; ..'., ,. 1 .

said, "and will be more economical I must keep in constant touch. swer to this vital question: .

than the citrus industry In many otli. What shall be the declaration of I f i r :

er sections of Florida. EASTER CANTATAMr. the conference with regard to intervention QiialttyService> SatisfactionTailored 1

"In the first place we will not haveto ? -

Bailey has begun work with
fertilize
as much as those in the

ridge section; and in thesecond placewe the Clewiston Glee club on an Easter .BUILDING COMMITTEE NAMED. "

are not troubled herewith excessive Cantata entitled, "The King of Glo. : Suits Made To Order
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cold weather. ry." Mr. Bailey feels that due to the William G. Ames was named chair. L: ., I

"This BiceUent talent with which he is man ,af the building committee of
means doing away with i
stoves and tires In the will be a credit to the community. the Clewiston Community church, It 1 1 ',(n faG hfntaR. ] .ir1n r1n Rn G1714 ( hnmrat tor.nnl.ln, l.--- ,
groves to oft r mrtrlrw v IrvuvlrvlNINISr WfNINrNtNfrtl rar, '7.
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was announced today by Rev. W. T.
set tho damaging cold and although Working, the delivery of the cantata /.-
Bailey, pastor., Others serving on the .
we may have to bank the He will be glad to try out voicesfor
trees once committee are. G. I. Connell, F. L. mm! oo li lIDilli m oo
In a while the cantata until the middle of
.great this is a
compara. Williamson, E. C.,. Cole, R. L. SImpson .

lively simple matter and much, more February. ,E. L. ,Alston and H. F. Wood.. '.
economical than the heating process Mr. Bailey believes that there will ward; g ) NO JOB TOO LARGEPHILLIPS" N NE'iQ9l\IA: : L' --' : -

particularly where it is not necessary be at least twenty voices in the can. I wVISITORS

very frequently tata on Easter. '

"Twenty men can easily bank our ENTERTAINA J PLUMBING COMPANY I s

3,000 trees in halt 4 .
a a day/
SOCIAL CLUB MEETSMr. few hours of interesting fishing I m

A paying crop can be expected by L. O. 'Holdsworth, Chicago winter HEATING :-r PliUMBING : -r-. .

from the Clewistori groves ,in the I Charles A. Jackson entertained visitor here resulted in a fish dinner '* m

fourth 'year// Mr Jackson said, explaining : members of the Woman's Social club given by Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Holds-

: that the third year at her home Wednesday afternoon. worth Tuesday evenng at the Clew, M ,\y. PHILLIPS=>> PHONE. 107 CL) '\YISTON, FLORIDA .. .;

show considerable blooms :Trot tHat Sewing was enjoyed and following a slon Inn. The had as their guests .

the fourth 'year will be a money crop. short business session delightful re. :Mrs. William G. Ames and Mrs. JeanR. OOill
oo OOOOf.W OO
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the fourth year wiirbo a money crop freshments were served. Whitman OO J

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,uric motors, for which the current zns le?''EEiaisrafiaaia fNP h .rnm.
will bo supplied by two engine drlv- |\ cPc.laJaa.f eTPcP le PrJa P Pef df.; .ra., .ie hele J ek Pclv PcPe ele..la P
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BY THE WAY HAVE en S25 K V A: generators at 4SO volts'H rat .:. ,' .::'. .
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: J frame type will be used .'for'4muds. : hc'1J L .' Wheih \ '
'. er you are "just passing ,}1-o gh': ;r 'planning'to .: .
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.11': Mrs, Willaim Cecil Owen enter U. S. Will
; r Output The evaporation station will j 'delightful wiiiter i
t li dernooi : Sp "jL a Clewiston ,
: tamed the Clewison n ; welcome _
, ?; Bridge Club at her home Saturda::Y Show Big Gain Jin sist of a standard, '. quadruple. .effect I ll!'!' '. "_ .' .W .. .Iol.\, 'aj' ';\ ... .'; i ;., .. .. -+a warm _' "

a ;"'- afternoon. Mrs.\ T. V. Watson, Mrs '; 1928 is Belief of face 22,000-the square first; 0 .feet two of bodies heatingsiuv being .fu R;3 J,'. t.I,* ..: .. "awaits,,,,' you' '' at The Clewiston Ina o:i"* tHe shore of LakeOkeechobee. :'f i 1

Claude Downs and Mrs.: Owen hel 1 (Continued) from page. ..- .' 12'' 9" ih diameter each \with a ,hoat-'k( ,' .Ii;t ;;,1 ;: : : 'IRJ
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high score. Following play, delightful : ( ] @J
: ; ; ing surface of 6-500.qpare.; ; feet, and E ,. \J'oj .. -.
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Among
were served two'bodies ; ;
last
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shore of Lake Okeechobee.Iore \1i.. "\ .
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: the guests were Mesdames T.,.V. .Wat. .dollars feet .each. "l'he vapors from the |) ::1: :.:1 :-i'1' f.:".:, :: ..'.'''--.....:, ;'0 @
than a million and four yetni'work ,' "I:... ;; .4 ,.
son, Claude Downs, R. L. Simpson first ;. i ] '; ','JL. ; .'. @!
W have been' spent in "'extensive two bodies. will ,be' used for |J. !; of .,... .,.... ...'.. J;4.. I; ,

Wilber D. Cole Jim Beardsleys J. A .drainage operations. A 'ihirt '_oue heating the raw juice, ..>there being. j|J I ; j ::: .:; ::;. } '* 't : : X-; .: '

Cole and II. O. Thomas. six _horlz6ntal juice heaters provided. t] ,." ,. ... ;; ,.tJ;)
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._ :>\., Mrs. W. D. Cole entertained .the, mile dike has ,been.built. and oije Hun- e-achr)}:, of 668 square' < .feeWheatlng\ s'If r. g j .., ..' ...;; ;.... r ....t' ,. '..... ''''!.t'!o.: '' I,.(."...".. ""-. ',. ', .'.. '.. ..

:. Ladles Aid Society cf the Clowlston died and thirty miles of canals ,and. face-four of which will operaf In. I"I" ",.,' : '.\:';'": ""I. :;)-':.>,,; ".'. ." '\:''. *. !!::,*,. ...,.,.'.t.. ;". '. ')' ';fr.::.!.. ....''..:.'ii.,. .,. ..'. .. ':"', \.. .. ffj f2]
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.... .j. : Community church at the Clewiston l 'ditches are under absolute this'rich. muck vapors- .. from the 'two. .on exhaust.. .;;.' :;&.j i|3 a.].., ,.,..\"..":'-", ._1.\\4.','. ( .f fl If..<,..1'. t.-ir'. ...,,."J\-.. .-_.I'"r':;" 1. ,.( ) ,. .1 ; ...- <"I'... ',. \ ) ,. fa
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large part :t. \oU. ,
Inn. A talk Rev. William Thomas trol a -' : Q .'.1 '. : '.
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t those present Mesdames '. j The Southern Sugar Company of! '. }. '. f;; # $: :\1'\'t'1\;.. .'.... J". .
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were already 'ai1PO # I
company _owns "Lr: T'f .
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Cole, C. A. Jackson, H. F. which J3. G. Dahlberg is president hus, 'Ab-1 5.., ;...',.' -, fcC ,.. ., i.; :' .-l 7. .if:J. : t... .. j'. ; .
Woodward ton.:mill in operating condition: ; i 1 .,-" '' ;J",, '-v-, ',"'. 'f-j, \'",,.'.. J "" .' ,' -., ; .. .' 4 _, :. .b
C. E. Spear, Jean R. Whitman, G.. E." purchased about 15.00'0.acr. si.of. this Caualt-Point" which. will be; :enla t'giatf:'IE ';.:,. I, '..) '. .. :-..- .\t-'..'t-1 : ,0, '.;": ,": I" } ." \ ':. ,'. :. .. .. "\ I. ..' i'
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'. '.. Connell, T. H. Jackson, Tom Smith, drained land, at additional Clewiston and stictohingalong about to. COO,. tons capacty.; ;Jt*,. 'h'D.l* ';fil B!I J..l": .,: ., <.;, .-.,.'.:. .,.j"I.;.;,... : ;. : '"":.'"'::1 ,". :"' :. ':.lIi1r.'1. : ,;" 1';>""\ ..
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:. .: Jim Beards ey. and Miss Julia Land 100,000 : acres I Canal Point an ad'dltlonaf.000'acres ', 'Z n.,'. .. .. ,t J :'}" ':"' 1': : r
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'. fe"miles away of drameij land where".dage .Iarga: 1'e? ,]\,;." .,' .'l'J--t1f1.:: '" ."' '' -.. .'i. I, '"...-".'I.'.. \i"'.,., I' ...
Jim Beardsley, who"has been In Canal Point a : J' J \ .I," '., .i"': ':." ;r ..
Y ;- was planted: in cane,"in, 1027.!) : ... .,' ") "r. '. i., .
conducted r} .. ... .
Emensive'exncriments '. .'
r. : charge of. the I ", ?.' [2J
i ', Clewiston end of the The'. canes. grown, on the drained 5:J 't.j. :: t 1':n'5.t. .." ".,' @

'., :' \ Hendry: county booth at the South. 'here in the last three years with the Florida. muck land in 1927 'attained. !J,.. ':". I ?..' ,. .1'i..J. ,.,".., -: .,,'....:'.. ., L@!

:, .Florida Fair, returned'.: his home aid of the Department: of Agricultuieat .1 ; ( } : ., ,,:. t.:." ;;'" l" ,,;;{.' f21
to' the astonishing. 1el ;!hl.'offkom: ... 14 1 -' f.. '. $.f .. '. }
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: In Clewiston fora few feet with ) : .1 ,4 .
days. and left to .2.S.'. t.:: ; ..., big.tyitckstalks: A 161'j; ,.
'. ,.: that this soil 'Is' ideal' for sugar cane cyieldnS'ovek r :,:. : ; '' J i > >;. : ; i
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... T6V' '.Grosvenor' Dawe a sugar. ?" ,.. ..... ". -, > ( l :
\ ka, Kans., who have' 'Deen" visiting I quote ." Among: the ..t"ariettes plantedi.wero @@!:,. ". :': ':' :.:,. ....1.f' Ilh: ::?!. '' ''; 'O<.. .1 : .; t .1
; expert just now engaged in inakinanindtistridl ; '" '" I'':.'. ,- :.'." (f.... ,'.: if'2-. ; ,. ..r. !.:,
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. .their son and daughter-in-law] Mr. .... [. 0. ,J,' 36-100-213, 2281x230/82\), .'' :; ". << ., ,, .... r J.r. ..r.

/ -3 r: ,and airs. Wilber Dt;Cofe' ,-, of Arcade" : survey for the stale 979, ,''2:;71 f.!/. 'and' ;ilso. :some I' native' ;/varieties '. ,I"" r'Y': : r;1 :,:::1f; :::":" 0:', :: : il' i ..I .;: r ;.'... ; .': l :' : ;: : C .
of Florida: 1:: .5' : ;\ ;,, ,
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", Avenue, left Tuesday for. :Miami! --' suchas, 'Y elIp.\ Caledonia. D P I '; "' '' );.$ i: ::"i'1\: ,,' ''''-1 w.t! } ,". ':"! ',?" ,'f:. -:- '. ,' ,..; ,"- ,..0 '.'
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i. "where they .will spend'a'1e\:':;'weeks.: Vrhe'\work} done by? The_ Southern tlve 1. 74 .and.'(Grystailina< '," \ .'...t J."'1"1"'t\ g)! ,of! : .;....::/.,:kIJ\.t\': 'I" .J.jI.: :'_IV:",' ...'..:'-' :..,.::.. ....i"' ,., :;t1t"i'.,:., '(., ..'. '1' 1. ,r<, ?; ,/. :\ ;:,, : ,. .' .. t.'.'.4 ".!'\'#J\.' .\:(' <, :j\". r',_/:'I-: v i
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Sugar '
They will again.' in Clewiston Professor ohe f '; ; '" ; : (
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F* S. Earle, ;.. of sheforemtjtht 1'2 I ; f: ) j.
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before returning to their northern > authorities sugar'. in the lJ" I 'r' ", J \' ,.'. \ .. ', .., .; : .
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Captain and Mrs. Wilfred Lock of water portion sugar gaCompmy' cane @II... ... .' ',' rir..J;;' : '" .. .,1" 1_. .:to't I. : : .; :;\;

hart left for :Hialeah where they will land drainage district, that portion at 'Clewiston, after his. inspectionsaid I.,' ,t. I{f. "7'-ri':; ',? "L":. '\ .., ,' >.;''.:..: r..;-j.\" ;..... : ;: :., ,! .... '. rn
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spend a few months' on business. being 15,000 acres. i ; I '. .' .. ; 5' ;: ,t. : \ "'! : :; .i'/ '. I
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!. : E. C. Cole left Sunday afternoon in long test rows, large patches this growing at Clewision.; !My observations g I ;k .ht ''fl' .: 4 .... h /, : ;, < ,.: .. .. "
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Write 'f'i '
I I._ for Jacksonville where; he spent a I and acreages until it Is satisfied as convince me thai-; great I 'l!': t ; ,: '>:t.t;,<:i ,; 'i ,;r .. ..,' .:.1 N; :',to :,.iF' ;'};:' t ..... .. I
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(. .- few days on business. I to sucrose content,. fibre qualities sugar cane development 'in' Florida I "..... .: .. ,., ,.f."., ." ,1.. c' .,.... 0 .. .\ '\ j. .E LANDER .;. ; '
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i .: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith returned. and tonnage yield. : ,: is under, way-something] that will I .t., :, ., ; : 1' '. .. ." .. .". '" 'If .,'' : : .. '_ '
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\ Sunday afternoon after a few days "Third, the present 'se'ascn' has ',mean a tremendous of new I ,' ; "t; ', !' : / 'I -i: t ) '
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I : '> business trip to Tampa and St. Pe. brought; that concern, .to the. point of.' wealth. to the fate. Nowhere in the I' i .1, .1\\ :;...' ..:';,; ...:.r'-/; ". ..&UC\flO, ."'I/: :.j .. : '
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tersburg.Mr. and it is this moment world! : .can sugar. cane, be "j" ; ""'I' 'T.. ;.. i, ..... :;-H! ,. '.,::..'.. .. I.
expansion at ,. ,, grown. so !I "J. ;''-'. t.:. i. f'I. 'r.1 :;. ,.. ... ,
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and Mrs. Pat Barrett and Cy planting sufficient. acreage,, ,toj:,produce :economically ,as on the custard; apple i. < : :." '" '' I' I, :.:' !.> :;. '
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Antrim were Sunday dinner: guests 150,000 tons of cane at' least by muck of ''..'h u.e upper: E verplades.Mr. : ..". -: ". ; : : '

: ... of Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Warren at December,. 1928. ? c I.,' Dahlberg'a Statement'B. :;.F ( ': : The;f Clewiston 1 I Inn (

i. : their country home in Palm Beach' "Fourth, It 'will have ,a 1,500-ton, G. Dahlberg, who' is president : 1 ....... .

"r;. .. county. Mrs. Warren's. splendid it f'J'\I flock mill'I. 'ready. :'to" grind o :' by 'that. ru .time;. it of, both companies, as; well as of The .,<.. ). :1 f '1.t.I t.

, r l' of Buff Orpingtons; suffered 'a mate, will. be. ready. .to'.'make'sugar. '., 'and'. f .to Celotex Company? ,. In explaining ..his I I ;. I
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:.. .rte, rial decrease as a result of the oc. t lake r. 'care." of, byproducts. such. as' cattie reasons for going into the. sugar ,bus.iness ,1 Clewiston\ Florida

; :;, casIon, Pat declaring with., .sense. of feed and' in industrial a.jcohoi.. '1)U) said-,; ,'-j Its I 1.J '1. ..'"" "., ... ..- :, \1... .... .. .A. "\ "
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cf: shame that alone and 'unaided' he "Fifth: ., the .coin'asi".has..aii. . objective tiThe rapid gromth" of, the ;CelotexIndustry ;oJ s J SfBjgMBfBJSjagjaBffigflugggrgra r ar

'}. .. consumed six of the fowls. In the definitely .set, capacity to be has made( It Imperative: for K

,i- afternoon the visitors were enter. promptly: enlarged. to. "7,500: .tons. a 'us .to, develop new sources of craw ,ii-0" : '. { < (
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; tained by Mr. Warren's one.man jazz day for''a season of, ,150" to 22".,day !r material. Five years' ( ;ago. we.' meremaking I'' : ::1.- r ti"- : : -- i' .. :. ,
30o"00 '
1;' orchestra. "The for feet, a day of Celotex
reasons the company'; ,.. \ '
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ry. 'S J. R. Alston was in Tampa Sunday,, positive assurance. as to? the. outcomeof and employing '150 men, Today". ": :'we 'i,'I .:. I:; ... '\ "

e on business the. long experimentation: : Is that ?are: producing', :1,250,00: feed"a day "
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Mrs. H. O. Thomas entertained at and. ,employing in all our industries : : ; '
the original plantings: in 1926 went : : 'p :
Hotel. Hers about G,000 .. HENDRT
Watanabe
bridge at the through every adversity with sue. the I I ,; ;:' COUNTY "

guests were Mrs. T. V. Watson, Mrs. cess heavily! frosted, before, planting, bagasse-sugar cane._- fibre:? available. I'' : : L : \

Claude Downs and Mrs. R. L. s inp- blown: to" the. ground' once saturated in: Louisiana I and had. to, import. some. r.;.: b ) f'.:: "" ": : :
from .3t:
with flood other countries. I : :
son.Mr. water thirty days .on end. i. .t i :! ..,.I :. ., ." ABSTRACT CO. ,
Watson of the "Visloning'I 'ih'e II r. .. .
'; and Mrs. T. V. : nevertheless at. this mom nt the time when the annual I : -=; I

: Watanabe Hotel have as +t"> wu sts .plantings, of 1928 are producing .seed demand
for a week, Mr. and Mrs. Plate of that is running higher than forty millions,. but billons, the proper ex. Il II'''

Brooklyn, N. Y. two tons to the acre." pansion. : of' our Industry as .I conceive, ,r h'' -i }

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Troeger: of LaGrange Big New Mill StartedTo it is twofold, growing' sugar' caneand u

Ill., who have spent the past take care of the 150,000 tons producing .from it. on the one ik J ,
in Clewiston, spent the past hand, sugar, and
month on the
other, Celo r
of cane that 'will! be. grown: this tex. : !{
week in Miami. ,

Mr. ,and Mrs. Wm. G. ,Ames left year, The Southern. Sugar! Companyon "Not only; have. : five purchased four' ii' .,- ; t f.,,+'1J r. ?,:< ., tS'i/ 7;
December 9' broke ground ,at ; .
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Wednesday for Miami on business. ; Louisiana I ,
Clewiston for the erection of the, .first. plantations' but we have ''i ? 1' ; 'I t
C. J. Gonterman, who has t larger spent ,three years and million ,
I
l. OOton unit of a, mill that event a dollars' S. .l'

.,; farm. holdings here, left for his home. ally will have 7,500 tons daily capa. ,draining, a large ,tract" of Everglades

In St. Louis to attend to some business soil. I t
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This ; +
city. factory is being erected by y k
matters. He will return to .
Smith and Ames of New York and "The natural step from lij .
'the using I I I:, / f tLt'lr. ;.. q' .rs.
Clewiston in about thirty days.
of '.5 a

.' :Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth of Havana.The building is of an all steel con I duction sugar; ] of cane the fibre cane has'Itself.been to the pro :':1I :1//' '. . td :,,,,;'j.M t.t',..'..1.."f ..,,i:.-.a't i.t,:+,.,:P'J; d;a('"i t, r,'y '.,'.t" .'/li.%...,.L
insure 11. I
Chicago are spending a few months struction a constant and 'ii y I :; l with concrete foundations adequate supply of !' : :; /,; ;, : : : : ; ,
Clewiston Inn. "
here at the I and floors will raw material. from ., : : ;' ,
and cover a. ground which to manu .J .: : : ; ;
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; .'4;, Complete Abstracts of Titles In" <' .. .
Myers was facture 'v :
Fort
H. M. Sherwood of floor area of 50,000 square feet. sufficient footage of Celotex -i, :

in Clewiston on business. I The equipment for handling the to provide for the world demand. In. '.1 /( ,:: {.(:.U'':J"-:':' ., /. : ';

Chub Mickle of the Fort Myers cane from the railroad cars calls for establishing Celotex, and behind it :';" ',. .' ,, !:,," ; ,
o Hendry County ..' ." ,'. .'Ii;
Press accompanied by his sister Miss I an hyrdaulically operated side dump growing cane and making sugar, we ,,:: ;' :(';:/. ::;: t }r;':' '; : ; "
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editor of I 1for taken tho : Y. .
Mickle society standard'gauge.. first :
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.' f.. the Clewiston C. Tropical W. Garner Sunday.News, general', were.' sales visitors. I man. at I:I j'will top aid hinged equpmment be equipped sides of as with most is now side of the the opening stand.large judgment dustries building of will an the Industry'be world.one of' whfeh the basic in my in_. ,10 ...\):r. ;v,--.1\::, ." \;: '.,:{. .:,':.ii'.. ....(1.1 .>" ':.. :?':".::,:..'.;I : :>. i ,...' .; :,., .:::"; '> :: V : '. 'I



,r ager of the Federated Growers, was cane These. sugar, plantations.will be unloaded ------ ; ::; : >t :;;i ;{ i)1i .t.: ::; : i;" : '
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members of the local marketing as dumping into an all steel apron cane ; ; '.1" > ?h '. 4"; I': .....:I-. ,g: :'1','::1"J"" I. "+ "'JI'v,' .

sociation on the subject of contract- carrier which will feed a steel cross r CLASSIFIEP" : .'ft; :i; ; ;;0::' : ;' .'> ::' f.l.; ,

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ing their pnion crops. carrier inclined to elevate the cane 1 / .. :1 1

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Among recent guests at ,the Clew. _. _uWAN'rED2 -- r .j. : .4 ::: >;Y;: : ;. ; c :7} ; ; "
The ; : t"
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of New York City, A. Bamford of I operated by a22"x42"'Corliss corners preferred.-Address' .. "
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Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Claud type engine, one cane '. ''
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Miami, Marcus Gibson of Miami, H. I h.p. electric motor' and one nine roller ',' .

.M. Sherwood of Fort Myers, H. C I mill 34"x7S" operated by a 3G'xCO"heavy WANTED-Buyers for cheap lots I \.' ..

r: McKbwn of Pennsylvania, Horace; B. duty Corliss engine. who will build from 10 .to 40 homes : .

Hare of Minneapolis, J. H. Turner of This milling tandem will be' arranged for workers, rental: guaranteed.McCully .- I \ -: In connection ,with ,our abstract' business we areagents;,: J

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B W. Bennett of Fort' Laude>:dale, B.: six roller mill which will: be from ,J tf.I I '

J. Bowlus of Coffeyvllle, Kans., T the. complete milling tandem one. for several I of I the largest: Fire Insurance Companies .
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S. Schllcting of, Brooklyn, N. Y., T. of 15 rolls behind the crusher and .

D. C. shredder Fine mucklaud on Main road. one \ .. ,
d ;Ralph Robinson Washington when the total milling capacity .

J. Robeertson of Atlanta, D. B. Ken. of this tandem will be from mile from courthouse. Adr. X, c.o America and are prepared to render .

nedy of Fort Myers, C. R. Martin of 2,500 to 3,000tons of cane' per day Clewiston News or see' WInslow' at \. ., : '. I '. ,
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Chicago, John S. Buckley of Cam.. with a high efficiency of extraction. ,

bridge, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. O. F. The boiler plant will consist of I It ;;I 1 efficient service. in this linel"IJ I

r Seyferth of Racine, Wis., W. C. An. four water tube boilers each of 500 FOR SALE-Farms In Florida's won. ':" _. t '..: 1 '..'

derson of Atlanta, Frank Voorheea h.p., with a total of 2,000 h.p. derful Sugar Bowl-5 to 200 acres,

of Harbor Springs, Mich., and; C. Micklo The entire factory. with the: exception rich black muck.-McCully, Clew- I''
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