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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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.[ V I'JE': ,Wi. S'' NEGRO SECTION II I NEW CLEWISTON HOMES 1 II. CONDITION 'OFIASSOCIATION



Will BE MOVED


4 .:. r' ON, THE SOUTH OF Mill IS EXCELLENT


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Laborers May Purchase Cole Is Reelected Presi-
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TOM SMITH .
a .... BY Homes by SubdivisionPlan dent; New Directors' .

In New Quarters.Removal Are 'Named.Directors
;: r In keeping with the general plans ","<, T .

for the beautification of the ,town and c -I I
or'the, negro quat:tern
{C to afford negro la- o/ the Clewiston HomeBuilding
from the, present location east of the
Quarters To ity to own their own 'association following astockholder's
Industrial canal tp the neighborhood
,
'' _' Be Movedborers an opportun meeting in the Clewis-
south and'east of the new sugar mill
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ton Inn Wednesday night declared adivideut
' homes, '' negro quayers'will'
I \\as announced this week by CaptainF. d X SS.irZhYi '
.o oya : of 5 1.2
location south ; y { b"J per cent on the bus
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t be moved to :a: Duff who ei .. t v rM.l; 7 Ft/J' .
Deane general manager { f.e'
, and east of the present mill, says {, YN '' 1fV iness of ,the past six months. This,
had beenc'rcided '
that the move ,1vn'1 > 4{ '
explained
y'%, r ; the equivalent of 11 per' cent in the ,
j Duff. There can be no question ,.
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Captain l )
time the executives X >r, ) t'c' Yr.
by > ( a r
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on some ago J .a>Y i/
y ( 9&c71 .
r l' + state, and
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although officers of the
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': as to the .desirability of the of the company. C.r, Yy Yef y E'6 y j\ .,': Y,..1';' 'p,,/. ,4Y s.' r 'r or- -3
move the only possible point to 'be LE ganization decried the tendenc to,
; ,. ,' ,4'i ,
.. Date for the moving was not an- ), : Y,
9 / qrY emphasize the
7J r large earnings unof-
raised: is the feasibility, and to a lt. ,. wGy'fw' \r 'r> \1+; ,
I'ounced but it was said that plansare YrAJ' Xa C'( \r Cr 'ti Y i 4
, ,'"' roan who despatches: a!, fleet of trucks being completed and that the 3 ,. ,9Gw.. '<, '- c e: '' Y.fir f>0 e h y xt ye? k k,. : > F c' : df t.3s., yJ.t ,., / fcial estimates, of the earnings for '
a.t in full grown palm trees and the next six months point to an even
will be moved at the'earli- '
quarters '
'f JtPer '' trees to beautify a greater: (earning power.
younger'
It is believed that
est opportunity. Earnings mon'th''
for the six
past -
town the mere moving of a negro period
r work of laying water lines to the
$1,240 while the estimatesfor
were ,
..,f' quarters should be a bagatelle.
; will be started within
.new, section
' ---t the next six: months place the
r the next few weeks and that the en
earnings at close to $1,500. One ofthe .
the be moved before
quarters'will major factors in permitting the ,

' :i Members of the Palm Beach county thr end of August. t AfJfyp5tiJr ;' .. ,J t unusually large 'divident for the past

'" ) board had as their The will be decided bene-
,f., real estate move a period was the minimum of expenseconnected

", (, >' speaker of the day lit to the negro residents of the tow ; ,..,..qi+m,.+r.....,,..., with' the organization,

'Jf ? ,' "Club' Hears E., C. Cole, of Clew- it, was explained since 'in the present / theio being no paid officers and 'the

'.' ',' w Sugar Talk- iston who spoke on temporary=,\ quarters they' are not permitted (4Y fvOJt; a1.V cnly expenses being books, ledgers

,', :. operations of the : to own, but only rent the ,kle2G i 'Ft.. ,Y I ,, p ; and stamps. Operating expenses for

,. :.: ..,, -.-, :., Southern Sugar company- at Clewis uses while in the new and permanent 1.4'' i{,;'3i'Jr, Yi the past six months, ,the treasurer's

- .' ton and its benefit to Vest Palm negro section of Clewiston
: showed totalled
: ar'4 rYy z w' jii report S971. ,
,,; ; ',;'... -E: 3ch. Mr. Cole, a forceful syeaker south: of the mill, a small subdivision SC 3. Cash receipts for the six month period k

:. ,'' brought an important message ,to the ,:ill ,be? laid out in lots, making I f$N. were 8154.45; with cash on hand, .

(.. : ',; real estate men, and the warm recep- possible for the negro workers to amounting to $4,170.57. There are II

;, i. I' lion accorded him was a tribute to buy their own lots on easy 'payments 'I.I now 1,870 shares outstanding with .a'

.y./, t':: ': '" his, ability and a" plidge :of friendship and build. 'II I maturity value of $187,000. '

'to Clewiston.Yj J Prices on the i;! lots or the amountof .( Please turn to page 6 ,

.; the monthly: installments has not

:: ?t: vet been worked out but it was said ,,, :! 42

. \!.,' hat! the new property will be out K, i: SUGAR EXPERT IS
: ;' Engaging by the Alsto Drug company ,
pharmacist tot 'vithin i each of every. negro worker [, L,. .7, ,
J of a registered
in the town.Another .
di ;.:. fill' perscriptions NAMED OFFICIAL
::t' this advantage of the move/ is ,Among the new homes either recently completed or' still under construction: In 'pfewistou l to meet present day .

_ '.1 k eDrUg was announced hat the negroes" will be "closer1 to weeds are.the group shown above. In:addition the ae however. ,jeyejral.-,more dwellings are needed, to: care...,for ,the, ...-

:);:. ;Clejrk''*. -= week' '; :::,While securink' off&frefistered heir work ,*as it' is*almost> two":.miles"rom influx of worker',-who will'arrive this faff.' (connection. i : w1t1i, the 7)p fartToiTbrtlie>newli56o, ; the' services i
.'; : '* ..::Vaj.t the present quarters: : to the mill. here. In the group above 'are, upper left-'J. W. TrQeger. home on Sagamore avenue ', upper 'right-E. C'Cole Vice' President ?
. druggist, in, a bigger. city -, I
,; ', Clewiston generally ', itwas explained home; centers-Store ,and apartment 'building'being, completed for Mrs. Hopkins of St.. Louis; uower l left-new

f,> \\V'' would he little news, in Clewiston it ,will benefit by the action in : home'' built by Mrs: Emily' Rickemeyer' Columbus, Intl., for :Mr, and, Mrs. Dave Alston; lower. right-new .Os- On July 1 I r
i h: of great importance, for :with ,a \
;' tnat' ,, a more favorable ,impression will ceola avenue' home of M. .W., Bigg.
''scnrn.ble' doctor here, the, presence of CHICAGO, JuneConfid'enc,
be madeon visitors approaching
- registered .druggist may mean hours \ in the future of Florida's new "sugar
Clewiston from Palni Beach.CjLEWISTON .
1' "ess of suffering to a Clewiston TPS- Moore Haven Man OPPORTUNITIES Registered Clerk I bc\\'l" is I in 1iclt'y: :' the resignationof

,; i i: "mt who ha'8 fallen ill, and' equally Purchases Cafe P. G. Bishop, 'who was operatingthe
To ,Be On Duty At
I': important, it clearly :reflects: the P"o- .. largest sugar_ producing industry

.:, I gn'f"sive type. of merchants- here. MAN From ,A. Winslow HERE'APPEA.I: TO Alston Drug Store, in the world, in Cuba to become on

,'$ July 1 operating vice president of

'1. t; I t : I TALKSOF SUGAR Purchase: of the Winslow' ,cafe on STATE BUILDERS Plans ''for engaging the 'full' time the Southern ,Sugar company, whichis
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Francisco street by L.. J. Pape of, 100.000 of Ever
acres
services of a registered pharmacist developing
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/ I, G. ,Bishop,, former vice presidentcf '
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,-; ';., .:.cf :.the' Cuban! Cana Sugar corporation -I I Mtoie Haven .was announced this Ipi<<; the Alston drug store? were an- glades, muck lands near Canal Point,
I week} 'by Mr. Pape who assumed active I '5 f' Florida as sugar can'c
., of Havana has Palm Beach Please turn to page *! and. Clewiston
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> Realty Encouraged by the activities of the :)
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[ management Monday. The, in- : 1'l.tntations. The announcement of, Mr.
t }.' ,', Bishop Su"ar company and Board Hears Talk Southern Sugar here creating
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company: ''
\'i" I I-vestment involved was not mention- HOUSE NUMBERING\ / Bishop's! appointment was made hereby
Namedtor' in the Southern
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"1 'q, E. I Please, turn to 5 a demand for houses, the equal l PLANNED Dahlbprg, president of the
':, ., *;* will have .'ipervii By C. Cole page SYSTEM\ B. G.
of which has not b e'l1'seen in Flor- and the Cel--
i x i', pion of the cane operations; of tint Southern Sugar company .
i iiia since the boom days,, bUilder'!; oi ,
r- ': ; ;, company in Florida. Mr. Bishop is a, 13. C. Cole, executive secretary of STREET .IMPROVEMENT\ A system of house numbering. ,for otex, company .

r: well known figure 'in the sugar Indus; the Clewiston company was speaker :PROGRESS IS SHOWN, the, state are turning their eyes toward Clewiston, residences is being worked Mr. Bishop; an important? international -
:' II I Clewiston antI the near future,
f-:" try and his connection with the of the day at .the regular ,meeting of I ----- ( out by the: engineering company ,of figure, in the ,sugar industry, '
1 ; it is believed that plans will! be un
,: Southern Sugar company was 'men- I It ,the Palm Beach real estate board in Cutting through Ponqe De, Leon av- the: Clewiston company: it was learn- since 1925 has, been vice president of

i ,tJoned in a story in the New YorkTimes. 1 I that city last, Monday. eruc to the lake and ,development of der way for scores of influx new homes to ed this, week, the Cuba Cane, Sugar corporation, in
. :cnry for the expected of wnrken -
r'r ,Since we have the best sugar] In a story In the Palm Beach Post the Parkway center according to the *. The house numbering system will charge! of its operations in Cuba
'
t Vossibilitles here it i is fitting that we the story of the meeting read as fol- Nolen plan is now under way. m l Lo established" that no trouble will where the' annual production averages -
Although ) has ,been -
building comparatively sugar.Fl'on1 .
. ; Javc i the best known ,sugar' experts Irvs. ; : / Grading, and paving of sidewalks ba experienced by the post office, de- more than 500,000 tons of
active here during the past
, ', connected with it and it is this plan A brief otline of Everglades sugar on Block 367 has, been started., partmenl when free delivery serviceis 1910 until the war Mr. Bisli-
new' months theactiYit which In one
. ': industry, as promoted ; South- Streets included this Trinidad, established PJease turn to page 5
of getting always, experts' in their y.the : in are '.
, 1 :ricuth exceeded $100,000 is not aim;
lines that lias been the keynote of Please turn to page 6'; 'San Benito and_ San Pedro. '
', o-.l: to care for the greater population
the 'of all REVAMPED INFIELD RESULTS INCLEWISTON
. success Dahlberg enter-
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:expected here this ,fall and has, not
pr es MORGAN KNOCKS IN i
DEAN FOURTH. even filled the need:::: of those here 'I

; :at present. I VICTORY! BRIGHTONAnd !! !

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1" A network of new roads, eitfier un-I I CATO I S1 VICTOR ,OVER .TIGFR MIJJJ ":J?Syer-al.llding the couples,completion, are living of new at homes hotels. I

. der way orfprojected will make Clew- Store space is, also at a premium a good time was had by all jug some. ; '":

iston* one of the Sanders, ,Morgan :maintained his ning. Th& local boy y was backed to and a comprehensive program along r.r' 'entThe! Clewiston club with I Brighton should; ,have been shut out
.
jv'Prospects i 'n South Florida the,> infield looked ':betterth without a run since none of the
: record established the : ,tluftline 'I is also expected to be start, revamped ,
during! past, t the' limit by the fans and at the end '
7, Brighten( most popular places ed soon. f ln for some weeks against Brighton -It three scored were earned, all being
few months in this section.when last [ the bout -
'' o was carried off on the '
: during the comiig field Sunday, the result of voluntary contributionsoh ,
:During the 192S-29!) season in Clew- on an emergency
.
, -year( according to local xpelts.rrlIis I night at 'Uie'Veteran's. r club' bouts, he shoulders of his .admliers. 4 hton: 'a population of approximately though the" infield ,was shot' full ,of the part of the unstable Cane

\ is natural
motorist :'oHL: l be 'glad tp ,"se.e', Glades I Ito. ..Intlie: : fourth round; .'Although ,K. : QHines Of St. Petersburg a connection. with the activity in sugar of torrid baseball and bore 'distinct -,, masterly game, and demonstrated. his
. cane if l he be assured battler: of considerable experience in the pinches when he set,
only can Notwithstanding ability
sugar resemblance to a sieve. *
. Lean i b the most'experienced: : fighter cane production and although part of ,
cf easy' thesis of', travel:) 6\er: good : Avon in a six round bout with Hendry these the locals played real clown three hitters in a row in ,the
will be, merchants, the problem
roads. "- !}:', ,* .. ,_',,( rA / & ; \ : ,) ;, ..,Morganllas',' '. .met, I ;since his- local Stalls of Clewiston. Hines :will meet confronting, the community' at present baseball, in spots, and hits "in the I seventh following a single and doable -
'
.: r" : :, :. elut', .. a few months. .ago- the localboy in the ninth 'and prevented a score. If thc
pinches hot
. '\ ". n ':>' ; : ''' J ) I Young Cato here on July 4. t : is how to 'provide store space for with a. rally I J

:1'Y ,had'the. ',', fight' in.,the bag. fromll's Please turn to 4 vfSh,: a treat to the. fairs' who made the time ever comes when the locals can

Moore Haven irian:'having'i made '1 .. first blow ,when: he rocked the} Ho '\1'ooclVilson,' local' boy, lost to page trip. be cured of' that fumbling virus in,
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'-", ,y. phenomenal, ':success'iuT, i the:'ic 'tau-,' St.'Petcraburger" ,with a tif"r' right to Smiling Williams' of LaBelle in four: Shorty Davis had 'a good day with the inner ''"works, tho Clcwiston. Cane

ff" ., ,. rant business! ,i n. 'iI' getting three singles and: a Crew' will be a ball club.
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{ .f the-jaw.; ,Morgan was Ihe agressor rounds of fast fhhtlngVilSOll 'out- the jal J : I '
.j t" New Cafethat .community/has FAIRWAY CRASS ON couple stolen bases, and Bunk Doug:: Davis opened with a single ,and was
: :, :rt' roughout, the .four riphed 12 pounds but ail :excellent I stole
rounds which gave who
1 .'I y (Here-": : :: treen": quiofly'watch- NEW COLF COURSE, las, proved that his batting eye': is TC-; forced at second' by Sims,

\l4. : l etdedwhen, he concluded with a account of himself during the''' ,. Y 'slump: and score on Douglas' doubled\ Dug.
'. : ; / Uig) dqveldpmentand : : ,'_ covered from the early: .,season :1 i- .
Golf enthusiasts of Clewiston
'"fP this week given an opportunity $;:!hortnght ,:U uppercut: to the chin and tout I ,.. ' : : with a brace: of bingles, one; ,for two, was caught off and Cotheru fanned; '

.....I to purchase a local restaurant, A- left. to the kidneys.Young J will be playing over a fine new sacks and the other for a triple, I W'lson got by luck in 'Brighto 's haleMerriinau .__
: : in the future according -,
Action aplenty was ,:seen in the bat- I course near Sims I w.en \ took Dads 'bunt l''fly
. lie did His- Icee.U) Business) mind : : along with a couple of walks. J
raid llm that if Cato the royal when .five negroes to the' plans worked out by drove- in with (he and doubled Clayton who had
tliiouglihis methods promising young :tj0, : put upaiBliff and Cotliern also; runs I'
I F. Deane Duff, general
J .'>of: good food .and .prompt service he t 1 battler. : ,from the, Cane Crew gave Tiger ,, battl-c, two of them being Captain manager. Bermuda, grass plantedon clean! hits., Merriinan. the' ,new third I I sngled.: Pitts' also''Lamb's singled smash, but Wilson and',
could make 'a success in Moore Ha- sacker, formerly with the Sherman knocked down,
Hull 'of LaBelle, a sound beating. Itr.ocked...... out.Although the first nine holes on the east i fast throw
-: vet:, Ihe; -sane.metliodapplied' here ; Mills club, contributed the fielding Rot tho runner' with a
in eyoiy round until Hull's\ seconds, enthusiasm for the bouts half of the country club section is I fourth
/ .r rust, br: )ng. ,even. greater, returns.!. Thus -, ; : gom with a fast, double' P.lay, Jn the ,Colhern popped ,to open'the
'* !' other piogressive merchant, is threw ..In'the'; towel In the fourth lan: at:?a )high pljch, the house was doing exceptionally well, It wassaid. first' inning:, and Lockett, back l of'' the j land, Morrlman, singled through tho

'J; among, ::1. s 4and' C h! w'ston has: taken round.r '"CatoV ?exhibition was a great I rot": filled to capacity because of the The second nine will be used bat'/caught:/ 'an even e 'better game' than'', box and stole second, scoring when

Y >another step toward the big city class.l'1 fight and the highlight of the eve- I II rains throughout i the evening.( : .! ,. temporarily, as an aviation, I"field." Is usuaLfor' the redhead, ,:which' is go.i.lfj I I Please turn' top 1ge 4

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The Clewiston News An Accidental Accomplice ."" i
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Successor to The Clewiston Progress CABBAGES 'AND KINGS '.

Entered as second.class matter February 8, ,1928, ,at the 'post office I BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON \ -.,

Clewiston 'Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879., 1 Doran ,& Clcwiston and Lake
at I Copyright 1928, Doubeday! change of scene undoubtedly will Okeechobee from the'air is a 'sight well worth

LOUIS A. MORGAN . 0 0 .. Publisher. \ Company benefit her mentally." Has this cousin seeing, especially when the margin of safety is widened with such erpert! 't
:any money? a F ;
\ and careful pilots Major Jim and
as Thompson
Captain Art Williams of
"A little not much, but Aunt Sara '
Editor. i WHAT HAS GONE ONE BEFORE. ,
TOM SMITH . 0,0 . o. L Li
,0 West
o' Li Palm Beach.
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i .MB two thousand a year of her own/ "

Subscription Rates t t Carol Dare' New, York society girl, "Good," he cried, "two thousand in ,
-- e t'oaged to Beverly) Weeks, scion ofwealthy ----
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-- -,' : Providence is enough That disposesof ,
By mall outside of Florida! By mail IufFlorida j famlnly consults en Oriental Aunt Sara for the present. What's c
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One year $2.50 One year $2.00 Ilo: learn whether she will be happy next 1"Carol .' These two veteran airmen who learned to fly with airmen whose ''

Six months 1.50, Six months' ,' "r 1.00. [ an:' i is told to "Walt." On her return debated the situation silently u tames gathered together would look like a "\ llto's Who in Aviation"will
'1.25 Three months :' ': .75 '[ home she is rescued from the pa'J'ijo :i .
Three months for a moment before answeiing."A do far more for the advancement, of aviation than the stunt fliers.i .
? an approaching automobile by one '
I home, t suppose. Mr. Scaton
NEWS' PLATFORM ,, .
A',2n! Mason.
; : says we will have to give up this I
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. When her father the victim of 'a apartment at once Where am I goring -

2. Early completion o! the, highways for :local transportation and plot of Prosper Strong business rival, I to live until'-until my father is i Given 'a fast pursuit't; plane l ,' the two airmen who spent the week end

concentration of products. is arrested on an embezzlement freeT'"That's in Clewiston will do '
tricks with the best of them shown
as by their
3. A substantial downward: revision of freight rates on vegetables, and charge, Carol again' meets Mason and easy Get -rid of servants, but ; war

oflier products of ,this region to the northern markets. /... :ie agrees to help 'i/ier/ work out her everything, as quickly as possible. records, they work on,. the theory that, commercial flying means flying:;'"

4. The ftril functioning of a cooperative' marketing\ association for ,.roblems. < ,Sell the furniture and not stunts. v '

both buying and selling purposes. "Mr Seaton says the furniture, iSll t rtl
C NOW! ''GO ON WITH:: THfi STORY
curs. It is mortgagedi" interrupted -
"IlOw is the reckless young per -
.. ... Carol, "a''' chattel l mortgage, I 'thinkhe
;' FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1928, .' '," son tonight?" he began almost pa- Among some, of the famous aviators they with
J I ,: ,.: nonUingly."Perhaps. I called it.: __ worked and know: intimately .
,. "Oh, well," said Mason !carelessly] arc Slinson, Brock, Rickenbacker, Chamberlin
I'm not quite so reckless i Byrd, the late Ber-
,- .-,: .' "it probably will bring more than, the taud who
',' A CLEWISTON CREED ', ." /, as you think." mortgage if handled right.- Haven't disappeared' with the "Old Glory"on the flight to Rome, and
t i '. ,, N ," 've the ,evidence against 'you in ; i score of others. ''
all? ;
or any money at
,? Clewiston today enjoys the distinction of being' the most active community tIll e p .instances," he challenged her. "I ,don't know," said Carol. "I have : i. > .
uifcly that's proof that It's a, habit .
in the state.' ., a checkbook, but dad always looked +'::" .

,, '. ,' ,.* with you. after it for me., I never could make Their slogan'' is' "Take
"Three instances; I don't under- I no :unnecessary cliances"and it' is this ofaviator
cnthusiasticviewpoint' but is the concensus head IL""Let's type
: This is not merely our own or tail out of
y 'trr.d.l We've met only, twice." I '. who will eventuallymake, ,flying l the 'accepted form of
of opinion of visitors who have traveled from every section ''of Florida ,to "Correct. Number one-I find you see it. : travel.
father and me, when they heard "
Clewiston during the month. plunging] unconcernedly in front of ti
past Her inmost soul was w ithingu -, ,,,
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\t a" wicked automobile. t'er! the injustice of it. Her'fathe'vla r ". And nv, Clewiston's Cane Crew
have
: Visitors, impressed with the ,general appearance of f ,the town, are attracted "Oh, yes," said Carol, her response :. innocent, was unjustly accused again brought home the bacon.
in of the Brat '. '
carrying It something -
by the bulky steel work of the new mill rising skyward south of the and imprisoned. Even it he were: '
nude had her heart him .
.jjhe in to ": :. : F'
guilty, she herself surely was unchanged '
community, and after a few leading questions 'invariably ask ,to be escorted for having 'saved her life. I .> ." >" i '
I ,, was just the same girl thatshe / ,
'
on, an 'inspection tour to the mill and through the fields.' umber two-I find you tumblingout had been last week when people : Sugarland,.! .highway, from',coast to coast, a name Y that should appeal
,
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of a building in 'Wall Street J :
,
; /,]had been glad to ,come to her to .the northern motorists in his ',' '
.:..:.. Returning to the hotel the comments always reveal an unanimous sen- "Yes, hut what's number three?" party when every ,one h-id been} felicitating : Florida year. _: D::, .'/'\ I .

.';iment.:1 "I find. you recklessly] inviting a her,' when, Doris's parents : ':. .; .. I-r-: ; :; : \ )
( man to call to you never have h ,
whom 'C
; I' t'a' (: thoroughly: 'approved of their '," '
"
"This" they say, "is unquestionably the greatest thing in Florida today know been properly' introduced about." a man you,I friendship but Doris at least was ; -: ,.. ," .

nothing true' so Carol strove, 'to ,repress ,her Several Sugarland. highway :signs have been :printed, mounted
and you people have undreamed-of opportunities, 'here. "But you see,,' said Carol almost] on cel-

'plaintively, "you had: saved, my life I 1 feelings voice and to let show nothing the shame creep intoIicr and ,ctex to be tacked ":to trees,," and'posts_ along the road from Palm Beach 'to

We in Clewiston must agree, ,with the visitors but do, we stop occasionally ,ind'besides) I was desperate. I just Fort Myers ,, .
huil i and indignation, that was raging ._ ..
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to analyze just why"' it is the greatest thing in Florida today aldjust,t J lied to ,have some one. to talk ,to,' some 'in her. heart. : I "
cue to advise me hat to' do, &ryou ,
"Dad said," faltered Doris, "that I'
\why the opportunities are so golden? looked-
anybody who tried to buck old P. S. I
She hesitated.
: There is a saying that the man with his nose to the grindstone, sees was a plain damned fool and bound The next' time you're traveling to either
"Harmless smiling.. city in he
he suggested, to get the worst of it. He said he r stop" '' at Clewiston.
nothing else, and there is a possibility that the great majority of us feeling "Honest and trustworthy," she was sorry for your father and especially News or at the Administration building end' take along half a' dozen signsto

"mat there is a brilliant future for Clewiston never stop 'to fully analyze the amended, "and then-" '' for you, but:, 'mother-" post' on ,the road. It will help: this section considerably. '
Once more she hesitated uncertainly ..
..1 Why and wherefore and hence are at .a distinct loss to .sufficiently impress She, stopped abruptly. ( : "\ ( ,
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We of course know the future is here, but to merely express our faith, "You said' you hated Prosper a coming here, that's it, isn't it?" I TO PRINCESS JVOXIEHATCHEE ,:

''although commendable,.. is an argument not. sufficiently' logical to be thoroughly Strong." "She said your chances were ruined ,.1
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for life, said Doris miserably, '
convincing ?. ? Princess, you: moon is making delirious! ', ;. ,' :,
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/ :\; this: comparative stranger; the" "Of course., What else,, should she .' "," '" *'j 1 ."* -,;r.
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the visitor of pessimistic of mind into her life with all its details. "I don't care," burst forth Doris ., .
a turn who comes here, with the intentionof "See Some strange fatality impends, I fear. <,
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: picking flaws in the plans for growth and development.. "what a desperate plight I'am' inall father did 'it.,' Even If he did, your your '....'; ,,,,.,:; ,-'

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you up. : Although, with this Caloosa I'm not acquainted .
:f for our belief, but addition there. are vegetable shipments, house shortage, all cur money gone! What can I, do?" As she gave way again to, passionate .',.' ," ', I -. '" ,

,)workers expected, more merchants needed in the future She naturally was expecting some weeping, Carol? with her arms 'r 1'''''''; ; I sympathize: YVlth your resultless search. .' 'i, -
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under construction, the central location of the 'community 'in the Everglades, laughed! a cherry, wholesome Jaugh. she said: ." ? (; be painted "

transportation facilities of the lake the railroad terminus here, and a score "Troubles' piled up always seem I "Never ;mini! Doris darling, lap., :, '.\"}': ':; >, ,"With tar, for leaving ladies in the lurch. ': ', '
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J? she looked at him half resentfully, I more than you'll ever know. ,., ,)
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pay us handsomely to take a few minutes from our business the world. Tackle them boldly oandthey'll know '.:' : ,' One method ,
to that you will love me. ;, :: you might find to be effective \
every few\weeks and give thought not; so much -to the possibilities here as,' run right away. Let's get aft- But your mother is '''right. You! seep (. ,;'\ >, L-"

the reasons for those great possibilities.Undoubtedly '. ''. ; ei them one by one and see whatwe \\ will have little opportunity of seeing ",.."',, :;(,:. ;. ", ''Before your present tendency, adjourns ; .;#
can do with. them. We will start I each other anyway. We havens .' ;:: : Is :
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Which one is that? rive this and '. or Mister William Burns.
up apartment go,away
listed above, but in the meanwhile onsider the, following as a tentative "Aunt Sara: said. Carol quickly, I Startled : ":'l ':'.... .,. ,'
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*Clewiston creed thoOgh she hardly:; knew hy she had ,
: i.i": stopped weeping ,abruptly and sat ,.
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up straight. ,
I believe in Clewiston because the Southern Chapter Eighteen' "
,, Sugar company now has "Go away-where? WELL JOIN TOO

thousands of BEHIND A SMILE'': "I don't know.", ,. I
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disease-free ,
acres sugar cane in the fields here. I i "
"Has she any relatives?" "Then you aren't going to' marry ,We hereby }issue a'defi to .any bandit or 'bandits to.,hold 't this newspaper ....
Because' the cane grown here showed in tests far greater yield than / "Yes," said Carol thoughtfully, "a Mr. 'Weeks, after all], ?" office with :
up sawed-off shotguns and, get $15,000' 1 like they did in
any other of the accepted sugar lands ;in the world. spinster cousin_ in Providence." "Hardly," replied Carol, in spite .'- '

: ( "Send this cousin a night/letter explaining of herself stiffening, with hurt, pride. the Detroit News.-Lake Wales Highlander, _, ,,' '
I" Because at Clewiston work is steadily progressing 1,500 '
on a ton a the situation. Urge' 'her to "He hasn't come near me and I / '

day sugar mill, which this year will send Everglades-grown sugar to north come down at once and take 'your: ha Hnt, heard a word from him since" -. .

em tables. aunt back with her. Intimate' that a -she" caught her breath and t enPriced EDITORIAL INFLUENCEA ',' ,',
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Because this ,great mill is not he completed! program but is merely one- recent instance of newspaper editorial influence is given by Editor

fifth of the size of the central that will loom above Clcwiston with the 1M 6crws.ta.lTro.f.rt.M., and Publisher, in the following: ... ,

completion of the Southern Sugar company program. Readers will recall the case' of the five New Jersey women who although
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Because gross, returns from Everglades-grown sugar this year will totalin reported by competent? medical authorities to be slowly dying from:

excess of $2,000,000 apd the gross annual returns with the completionof This DbbccaCUetu11Y checked s Car shown 'big E '' r + tb I radium poisoning contracted while employed in a clock factory, were denied -

the program will be more !than :25000000. mariubdow 4 'speedy justice in their damage suits while ]lawyers reeled off red tape

Because drainage has been proven successful, over 43,000 acres "of I and a local court permitted postponements on account of a crowded cal lI
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land in this section. .. ..Kaaiator -I endar. The tragic injustice ,was duly reported by the press, but when two

Because more homes must be, built here in the near' future.: t newspaper editors. one in New York and one in New Jersey, condemned 4

Because there is a golden opportunity for progressive builders to care vTransmsswn vS tartin J6r Quick ActionDue the delay in direct terms. demanding that public 'opinion compel action if

for the needs of people who are 'now.living 'in hotels. waiting for news:homesto vl!!ninon i!! to the tremendous 'popularity of the the .court could not give relief, things began to happen. Aroused by the

be completed. ,<} 0 .iiiatte Bigger and Better Chevrolet- in this com- editorial comment in New'. York World Federal Judge William Clark of .
vT'sres munity-we have: on hand lrge )"
Because with the influx of hundreds of. mill. workers and merchants, vU okt of specially fine used cars which we number want to Newark volunteered to mediate the case. A New Jersey philanthropist said

homes and stores must be built. vTovFenders move at once. he would pension the women if the defendant corporation could'not meet
These cars have been
Because the black muck soil will grow winter vegetables at a timewhen vFiniRh tioned by our expert thoroughly mechanics recondi, using the obligation. However, the corporation settled out of court under terms
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prices in the northern markets are at their ,peaks. UK ,provide special thousands reconditioning of miles tools-and of dependable will which give the dying women material comfort.
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.;i;{; Because roads to east and west coasts are .mow either under way. satisfactory service. Come in today while Editor and Publisher has heretofore commented on the fact, so clearin
our selection is complete!
or proposed and Clewiston being equidistant from Fort Myers and Palm eiRe Look for Tag a this case, that the editorial still has its uses. The news columns may report .

Beach must enjoy the advantages of being the half-way point in a 1 130 the news, but not until an editor of intelligence and heart interprets .

mile i drive. ., CLEWISTON MOTOR CO. die facts can ,public action be anticipated. Newspaperdom may find pride
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Consider fully these reasons and if you can think- of other. important, J CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ,.' in the Nej. sey case, for the relief of those dying was prompted by a -

factors, add them, so that whenyou talk, Clewiston you will have some; i liberal application of printer's ink according to an aid established American

thing Imore concrete and far more convincing than" blind faith. ,. -, :;. ';, JALY'TY.AT' LOW COST_ formula.Tampa .Tribune. ., .

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Brings the boys staged a ,list rally .: ." '
Local Cane Crew fit the ninth after two were out. Davis ; ; >

"LITTLE MICKEY GROGAN" with was safe on, his popup and Sims : : ..- -,:,..: --::: ,-.- ,qr<" ,
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'1' Joyna Ralston, from the story ,
into himself when the throw to third went / .. '"
Guy Empey. bunt was thrown r
wide. Doug strolled, stole' and: scored '
Friday right field. Waffle went to third but 'r/
Cothern's bingle. Rabbit went to Faith In Clewiston :
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"CLOSED GATES" with Johnny was stranded. It was three, up' and :
second, stole third but was, stranded .
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Harron and ,Jane Novak. three down for Brighton
Saturday ings and the' Clewistonites added the when Merry'' fanned. Brighton addedone :{- : I ",

""WHEN THE LAW RIDES" with third run in the fifth when Davis on an error: steal, infield out and I: I ',
sacrifice fly, making the final score .
Tom Tyler, Frankie Darro and his was safe on a dropped fly, stole sec : < '
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PARIS GIRL" whose beauty The upstate outfit came within one ClewistonAQ R H PO A E .: .. Realizing the ,need of a growing i community or a real
rocked a kingdom with George of tieing In the sixth, when' three bad Davis ss 5 2 3' 0 2 2 I I r I
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; SUGAR CANE, the Everglades and .1\ i
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:,.. 'Glades Special'' "Caterpillar" Tractor' has Lowered Price I. will not 'be' responsible for any, I
: It On the Entire Un ,
district.
' been specially designed for this .
.. debts contracted, by .B. M. Beach ,

:,\.,?' plow ditches., I levels In the, I loosens Everglades tough soil and digs" is tractor boosting You can evtry now tor what own u tie yon r the I it without a :written! order from *M., G. ="'..___r, ," .r .. .;., "' '.. ._ .".<", ,, "-" ...= = = ."' .
would for ordi Hay. ,
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t .: isfaction. It is of better, quicker ( our New Price Lilt ,
t::_ assurance and Polder TODAY. I: ; : ,
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};i--: ''" '- JACKSONVILLE- -' .'. ...........fjo"t; a1f11bnffrRD.CLEWISTON. u'MIAMI, J." '" -'. -- ,. SHOE SHOP at Moore Haven will ," ..:.,1"; ;.\'-,,;' ..., I. .",........:' .:'. .. ,;

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(: ': Clewiston, write McCully.. :frl'frl'q: "'' At Clewiston, headquarters for the' Florida operations_ 'r
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t. I. .FOR RENT Acreage in Section 23 :
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home
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: .i. .. Palm 'Beach $10 acre. I
i County per !
: ; :) < : ?';" : :: : McCully. tf at.a premium."f ,;

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will be in ray office in MO.OI'bHayen o t.
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on the following dales: new stores are
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June 11-12-13-14-15-16 ;,, '- people associated directly and with the f
indirectly
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,,'fr' August 13-14-15-16-17-18. .-
of the Southern Sugar company are ,living in crowdI -. '

Lake. Shore Transporation AIRBANKS MORSE & CO.! I '; ? hotels waiting 'to buy homes. .-"
/ : Engines and Pumps / > ;; :: or rent
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Light and Water Plants' '
:j Company Cables and Ropes f( .:::--(("<.. -
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ti-I'7 Belting and Rubber Goods I: .' '. The situation must become more acute when hundredsof ;:
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c- .' ; mill] workers and correlative interests make their
t-cbi ,. Moore Haven, Fla. MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. permanent -
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. : shareholder with payments as low as FIFTY CENTS A",1; ... f ,. ,
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with your guaranteed first f" '
money mortgages. : 'I

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Building Association : NEW SUGAR BOWL- -

Administration :
Building
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Condition OfAssociation Registered Clerk] To Be I ",' LEGAL 'NOTICE 5-

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,... Duty \t. LOUIS R ELYATTORNEY
All persons. now bu lands of, the : O.
I Is Excellent Drug Store I a 't* : OlccelanUi Plantations Co., or' Sec I I

t. 4. J- Ask the Men ,,, tIon' 23 Hendry county and Section AT LAW -

1 *. (Continued from page 1) (Continued from page 1)) I who Wear ", I 1 ID;) Palm Beach county are hereby Bank of LaBelle Building

Confidences in the local building r-ounced :yesterday by Dave Alston, Them notified to call- at once and sign leaseor LABELLE; FLORIDA
i ) and loan association was seen at the owner who said that although definite j j'I vacate at once without further notice.

;f meeting by the voluntary, subscriptions choice had not yet been made, .; -. PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS
that's to
cne good way
totalling $5,500 which were by negotiations! will be completed within I\ I L E. W. rCCULL y [BOTH STATE AND FEDERALREPAIRING
dscovcr the merits demerits 'I .
nevi members and increases in holdings 1- the next few days: and the registered or

by old members and during the man will be on duty. within a.: of a brand of clothing. J", -

( week preceding the meeting the. treas- week., I There are plenty of witnesses I i I 7'A'lJF.' J r..c _, ...'p:,:;;' ____ .J'

uvcre said there was an I additional With the arrival of Dr. Tatum a, in this community who'll .\ \ J Ii I
the total well known physician of Lake Worth I
S,500 subscribed bringing : swear to the sterling worth of / i
c/t new subscriptions for the past to practise here, the acquisition of a \ i I AUTn OBllE

week to 11000. registered druggist will be supplementary -
At the stockholders meeting five ''in giving Clewiston residents "NVJDJZNOthff \ I I

new directors elected were M. W. Olp best medical service and immediate CLOTHE / ,
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Higg,. Captain F.. Deane Duff, E. L.Stewart attention in filling. I
", TlOaSfa TO YOUR XL4SUR6lfGAm4f7EY
q Charles A. Jackson and( G. I U01 s. prescriP-1 Let, us save.you ,money on re airingYQUr old
1, THe GLOBE TAILORING Co. .. ..I. .
,V. Gordon. In the balloting, Gordon Concerning the "" '
,, was tied with E. L. Alston' but in a i Alston said: I car. Our work, is guaranteed, our labor skilled
e second vote the majority went to "Clewiston! is rapidly passing from This' fine line of tailoring has hosts of friends everywhere for

'\ Gordon. I the small town class Into a thriving I four good reasons-high quality, right style," correct fit, mod workmen_ and our prices are based-on the 1 lowest

i' :' Value of the building and loan asa i community and the improvement we erate price. That's about all there is to want in a suit or topcoat. ;'

savings institution was stressed by I are making is a logical move for a possible working conditions. -
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.. President E. C. Cole who supplement progressive merchant."In '
= eel his talk by reading a paper on addition, to the many: families .
building and loan 'companies'-'written I here now, we will be called upon to c.4.Notes A. ; Machine shop, acetelyn, welding, all kinds of
i The DeLuxe Linc"is' the, cream of t the 'showing Asl 'to see it.
by: Roger Babson. serve hundreds of additional people .
At the directors meeting following when the mill is operated this fall, automobile work. '

t that of the stockholders, the:, following and too, with a capable physician

os officers were reelected: E. C. serving the community it is only

Cole president, F. L.' Williamson, right that his prescriptions should be I

vice president; H. F. Woodward, sec. filled as quickly as possible eliminating 1 Quality Service Satisfaction '

retary and Albert E. Anderson treas the necessity of sending out of I MOORE HAVEN SALES, CO-

urer. (town. Our policy has been to keep

On the loan committee were named abreast of the needs of the commun-I DARCY DRY GLEANING' FORD LINCOLN FORDSON

;: Crptaiu F., .Deane Duff, W. 9./ Owen ity and it is in accordance I

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1 ,, bring I in the registered pharmacist." II I

y / ;:Miss .Beatrice. Kettl, Mr. and Mrs. three of the- cases being nolle pressed -.1' .

1 ; Sugar Expert HOUSE. WARMING AT i Claude Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Dick and a verdict of acquital returnedin 1.I. .. .4 M:iS -) .....' *'l.' r,.. :.
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1 I' To Work Here 'NEW ALSTON HOMEThe I Miller, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alston, 'Mr. the, fourth when 'brought to trial.,t., .' ",..".."'-..'< ,-...:!: '.. ,I t l'i 1; :llii! ..I,1.

., I or.rt Mrs. Joe Godfrey, Mr. and, Mrs., ''v. P. Wilkinson'of New, Smyrna, I ,.;,;-.: : :; til': 'I J1'! "' <' }',
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(Continued from page 1))'' recently completed home, of I ]Bill Hooker, Miss Boncile Stone, chairman of ''the board;" W. C. Jack' I.' .. ,-' I". '}"..'..,".IU.. ,]-;ht.;.:..,.":).(...../>(;";.;:,' ,.I :. "j. ;. 1t S:,: TL' '_' :,. ".' ,
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op was in Porto Rico I engaged in irrigation Dnve Alston was the scene Wednesday Casey Jones, R. C. Connell, Buster son of DeLand;, W. ( H.. McBride of 'rlcpr:'o.J't .111/-r (r' 'i.l\:.'.,\.;,..e. h. ,?f ,:' 1(. I p P..,...q'"' t
!Lockett. Pete Wilson, Red Hutchin- and Glen Tyler of Osteen, : .. .. 4.
;k '. work and cane harvesting night of a delightful housewarming -' Person a I : : 7.L.'J.-.J. ;. 'rl : ? 1.
for the South Porto: Rico Sugar com- party when a legion of friends '.)JJ, Glenn Heard, B. T. Douglas, Bob were those named. Charges grew: 'out ,. \" '.,". _-" :__'_..- / _', t,:' .P : .

: 1 :(11)'. From 1920 to 1925. he was general dropped in to wish them happinessin Turner, Frank, ,C. Richmann, Walter of the reimbursing of the commis 7PM ;P.- :f./( ; : I T11i..h;; ry r .ftl I
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Pftersonfand R. C. Connell. sioners for expenses incurred on official \'. .',. \ "\; ..- '... 1. :. .
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manager of the Santa Ana Sugar new home. ., (, .. ,:: '
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to Tallahassee
and later of the Central Dancing was enjoyed throughout when hotel V. :>'' '' J : J
company I / ; >0: '
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P' Lima company, both properties. of the" evening and ,delightful refresh COMMISSIONERS INDICTED bills, railroad fares and other expenses ?: '.;: -i'. )' '. .. : ': : ', ,
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;1 Sugar company. were :.'-J__-o..J.',. ....( .,.,.tr: ;>..' :1',&, :.'. "
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and inspected the properties of the Mrs. O. W. Coker of Moore Haven, I charged: with malpractice in office, the: four commissioners .were 'nom-, '.. j ::+ .. ." .... 6l'. '
Southern Mr. and Mrs. Clark West Palm They ipated in the June primary for re- --- :; : --- -;
Sugar company near Clewis-- of v/ere reindicted by a grand jury. r ", : ..;, 7.i ", .
ton and Canal ,Point. He was astound Beach, Mr. and Mrs.: E. L. Stewart, WEre ,first indicted one month ago, election.j : ..- >: .:' ::',. :t 'I .
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.: / ?( : BEHIND this emblern I of service our
3 ed at the sugar cane fields developedthere .. '
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?' and enthusiastic over their'.. ,, '; :' 7' :: \ ', ". ',.>:\ '-
tine prospects, saying: -- S 't i, .. : ,.,..", =. p- !. -l >Our. first thought is purity .of the water -'
f' o ;',',"'.<:1-:1"1": .',"' 'that. ,. makesT'youir, .ice.r .- _
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West Indies mature cane which .. '. ... ? :
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saw at Canal Point, nor have I seen I ':k; t": ., -:...7. Mi' : '. Our.,third; : thought; i is prompt. delivery' I
0"i J" and courteous .
tre trp nt.basist
4 : : 1- young:. cane which looked so vigprous/i pits f.!, )," ,._, ;t'r., ,:I, _. .i ";:::'.r T.he"ST/;. >* i" >.h'ESethough.s'.Is! & **.> &<* $ -*yo-:1S.:' :*
n hfc-fcllhy and well .
so developed for
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., '. .Ideal- "The for new cane Clewiston culture. sugar mill is--I I ; : -'I''I I"i; :: : :};:1:" <:: >:<. ,c .

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: 'all\! modern and the machinery and apparatus .. .. ,'' ...!...... o\:.:., ",, Overa H'alE' 1 J : ; :,: : .....-"- '-)-...:..- -/. 0:000, -' -


.';.: / .\'r J: Alter-a discussion are, of good with manufacture.the" erection' :.,.- : .-.>..\, ,;;./, ",<,:,,.1,..,.-: ...- .,.._ .,. .,." !;.-,:\,*.'' .......tJ J I.I'I'i... : :l.t"I':/) ;}_\:.':"J'\/ t.'Lr" ,i\t ivci\v\/1TH. :! ...: I, CE I IT

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; ;:.. :: (: ': :< :; :: ',' "I consider the future of the South-, 0 ':.. ... .
t z 'J'em Sugar company unusually bright.: : }}< : ,.'","'...:.''.".:.:",, :',''!.'., ''',:'"'_-''';_-'::1-...:..', ,:I,.. -<"''oI't.';.I''''''''''.,',""'''' t,....'..-J/,. B 'E' :-::::.J,. I
'. 'When : .. 1 M'I 118.IEL ; In full operation I see no rea1 "' ; : ;:' :' \ -, '. n ": ...:.II"..f.I'I';"!.' .,{,. :'.: "; : ,;,_: ..:..: .DEPIW'. MEMT" __N.. .. .

;' r. /;;son why of it, should earnings not any exceed-sugar In company percentage ?- '. :' ,i, >' '" \ V: -' i\j'-' OMPA 'i -. .

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$ three centrals of 7,500 tons daily th road I Will be into Clewiston this Fall-Less than

;: grinding capacity each are project, .: (1 on since _

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on .
.k acres of Everglades land which is beMiig I
put under ,water control. This Jflfle1Y II I.' '
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we -
/ -:-. -ear from a little over 5,000 acres I .

';of )land there will be harvested a J Ten Muck
1 of Acres Deep All, ,Cleared .
crop
approximately? 200,000 tons of
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cane<: ,. which will be ground. with the Never
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k',present two milling units. .s ?f s ? : ,

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Mere Haven Man :Purchases f&? I I l,

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COACH since its announcement mobile such
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(Continued from page :1; ",' "-.ry c > ar an amazing::: revelation in

;ed. $585 the Bigger and Better beauty, performance ;and

i 'l k Mr. Pape has been operating Pape'sand :; Chevrolet has been awarded low price! Here are the

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for a number of years where 1 Thr Coupo.. .. .. ?595 r I \. proportions interior refinements de -
,Every Juv thou:;:::-.c s. of 1
the excellence of the food and his The *' I Inanded in the worlds!
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j 4-Door 75 people: pure: ;.; : c I rn. wClicvrolf.rs. "
courteous service gained him an enviable SeJm..O : Air--aJv : (finest motor cars-to a There is an Acute Demand ,
The t 'L re'lare
r reputation. The Moore Haven: Convertible/ $6', ballmillion. 1 completeness of detail, I '
Sport :Jn.e mqre .cm; : a -
restaurant will still be operated, although cf these astounding low-priced : .
new :
Imperial C For Houses and Apartments "
: the owner will devote most"of Landau .. t:71.J: cars on the road! automobile! ,_. ; < ? .
his time to the Clewiston business Utility rrnck 1' .
until it is veil established. (Chassis()?ly) ., Lf.4 95 Never before has a new Come in arid see for your ;: f (moderately priced) '. -
I.lr.l model been ,enthusiastically self. There are seven' distinctive 1 '. y
C Delivery "y r so I '.
Plans for renovating his Clewiston .. I I ,
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received-for models, for to ',. i '.
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restaurant have not been completed: All price.t. o, h. Flmi. Here in Clewiston Fla.
'r hfLbi5rn: never before has any auto- choose from.atEWISTON ;
and the new proprietor' said that hO i
Check
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{'a; would first prepare his menu of short 1{ DcUvored Price* I "
:' orders before changing the I k Ilicv.r-lli-H'clude" the lowcti No Houses or: Apartments.are Available

f\ment of the cafe. arrange.j ah..qu,; und.vr11.finjncjcta..b//... \ '- : -' ; ,
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: "My aim," he said, "is to B lders--"Con Investors

Jn Clewiston the success I had in''I of War Tax; Jfower Delipered Prices yw l'actors. \ ,j

Moore Haven and I a mconfident th? 'I / > -* 4 J. *"" communicate( withy ., .
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) i 'MOTOR'Removal C'O '
.!I "Opportunity, I believe, wa:; a--- j i ; ;. EDISON C. SPEER
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brighter in Florida than it is toda* j .;' I

' here in Clewiston. In Moore Have, :'.-. : ,;* I :
,': visitors : ,. Clewiston Florida 'ot-f.V-o ;"';> : : 6 ,
/' passing through the town in .C: \ : I Licensed Real Estate BrokerClewiston .

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CLEW1STON NEWS. CLEW1STON FLORIDA
Page 6 FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1928 .
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I CLEWISTON MAN December, averred the speaker and tightly to Clewiston: with thedevel- rt) Point this fall and with the in- 1 l

I 'PRIZE WINNERS f r will have a,_ daily .grinding* capacity oiin" ent of the Industry concluded Mr. cicese in production, West Palm

ot 1,500 tons of cane. Cole. More than \22,500 tons of sugar beach will benefit' directly: ,. said the I r

TALKSOF SUGAR West Palm Beach will be tied will be shipped from there and' Ca speaker
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u l;"''Pr r y Y x\- the r Palm Beach county real es- \ ." I,-

tr.te; board yesterday at the Monterey > .
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hotel by El: C. Cole,. secretary of th : _
r yJ 'SN r company who traced the industry > : :"
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from its beginning and forecast partof ,

its future. ,
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Jefferson Davis, while secretary of .i'

war said Mr. Cole was probably the .

first man to receive an encouraglnr I I
Third prize winners in the recent Lawn Beautiful contest conducted by
the Clewiston Woman's'' club :were Mrs. .T. O. French for the Santa Maria agricultural :report: concerning the

section (right) and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery; of Celotextown (left). The Florida Everglades, Today millionsof .. I

third prize award was honorable mention with picture of the prize win dollars are being spent there.,

ning lawns in the Clewiston News. In the right hand picture Mrs. Frenchis Confining his talk to sugar cane, PROGRESS

seen in front of her home, while in the left Mrs. Montgomery is shown t'It ..
celotex and manufacture of sugar,
before her Celotextown bungalow. 4
Mr. Cble continued 'with the statement -

that capacity! production of cel-

fo ctcx was 1,000,000 square feet 'dally.
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TBY, THE WAY HAVE l lIII Also 22-t500 tons of sugar are to. be .

ground out in the two '''mills at Clew- .
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istou and Canal Point. grinding 1,500 -':"

III YOU ,HEARD THAT' I I and 600 tons daily. <;::,..>., .-, .- .

III, An area Including more; than 100- to':..... ..;' ....,;; 9 '.." \ .

-' .000 acres of land is-' available for

L. A. Morgan, 'sr., of Fort :Mead B M. Massey and R. V. Allison, of growing, sugar. cane although, ; the ,has' always been the: policy' of With the coming into our com

ai rived in Clewiston Thursday to Belle Glade were business I. visitors in [resent section amounts to less than
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visit .his .son and daughter-in-law, 'Mi C'ewiston r this .week.. 6,000. A dike 31 miles. long surrounds. our store to keep,ahead of progress. munity of Dr. F. Tatom, a man

and Mrs. Louis A. Morgan and' to """--- thin section. .

attend the boxing exhibition\ staged E. C. Cble, executive secretary of I Since the discovery of the utilitarian of unusual medicinal ability we

!br the Clewiston Veteran's' club. the Clewiston company spent MondayIn ; nature of the bagasse or- cane Our I present store is in keeping have 41)
secured the service of ,
West Palm Beacn. pulp as it commonly: known, for a Registered

A. P. Burgert and A. H. Severson .. ibre board the celotex' industry has '
at Arrival of a seaplane here over 'the with. a. city a great deal larger than Pharmacist. We announce
ot Tampa were week end visitors grown by leaps and bounds said Mr. .-
week end, gave to Clewlstoii the at-
Clowiston. Cole. This has proved a decided stim
mosphere of a coast tourist city, as with pleasure that we will :have a
ulusto the of sugar'cane but with
tha big Wright plane skimmed over growing' ours, service and quality
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In a local party that spent a day] he added.
the. lake, circling about the several competent Registered Druggist in
in West Palm Beach last week were In 1923, B G, Dahlberg sent drainage '
aquaplaning and swimming parties always i in 'mind are'
Given Heard, Dr. H. T. Summa and soil and sugar experts to the Everglades we striving to of
that had put out from Clewiston. charge our prescription depart
Frank Bucher.W. from his Louisiana sugar' .' .
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Operating the plane were 'Captain ','r ,: .
Imitations to explore the value of the serve the public '. 'hiE.v.rfe:.")' 'r.v- ment.' .- .. .
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and Mrs. A. J. Williams and Major .,, {; : ..
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Alter, engineer and J. H. is being ; > : '
P. section. As a result there now '-- : V'Y : .
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Dutell, trainman both of the Atlantic Leach., They arrived Saturday afternoon grown cane which grosses 42 to .._.. .. ,'..,.L. ": : \ ";) '!':i'j-.; :<';( ,> .:'. ; I
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ernoon. world! only amounts to' 19 tons to the :::. 't "tdd' :l(: "

Pittsburgh; newspaper man visited I during their. stay here. ere.' I ...."..H" I :'. ...,;,. I I:4* :. : MR. A. 8 BAKER-5if: ; ; |:: I:.: .'- SWill : .", '. .'.

the plant to tell his son of the mod Several pictures of the community Everglades sugar cane sometimes : '. : :>, \ :: ; : : ; ;'f..?:; .:.: .
were taken from the air, the clean I I.L': : .>: .. .,. : : >
crnly quippe.d. paper in the Everglades caches a height of IS feet Mr. Cole -<. f. ''0' 1, or .0 -. '.. '. ,
well laid 'out streets, showing up toa eclared., Sugar experts from all over ":' ':;V'\: '? "" -, ':. ,.: .

., I I decided advantage.- the world, he continued have said -' f! ,l,., :o'.; r "I : be connedted with Alston's Drug Store ,

L. J. .Pape's bakery and restaurant ,I Among recent guests at the 'Clew that they have never seen sugarcane : : : {f/'
'i'': ill Moore Haven has taken over the i :ton Inn were W. H. 'Newell of Jack to equal that of the Florida Everglades : 11

restaurant of E. A. Winslowon Fran- sonville. F. Holland and family, of : '

.. Cisco street. ap.d.is now open for bus Jacksonville' A.. P. Burgert. of TamPa After getting the Sugarland .dra-In-I ;\Alstons Drug Store -(

:. ,, inE.- -S. .' R. Sol Adams of Tallahassee, A. ge district area's water level under ,.. -'
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:'"' -'. ." H. /:S verson of Tampa B. J. Fields control by means of. the dike and ',........;.n..: .'" o.;tip.\iti' '. .' ."..",

.. Jimmy Daniels, pressman for the: of Lakeland, A. C. Nichols and W. A. lumps, which are capable of shifting : .:: "Service and Satisf action" ,.;: ::.? .!- '

Clewiston .News accompanied. by. Jimmy Bennett_ of Tampa, D.t Massey and 180,000 gallons of. water a minute, : "' x'SSfi -.- \
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t I Armeson of the, Clewiston Plumb ,. R,. V. Allison of Belle 'Glade, L. R. the plot was planted with sugar cane. .

';'!.' ing company: spent the week end in Lbng and 'L. J. Dwyer of Tampa, andL. This operation has taken several Clewiston's First' Drug Store. .

;:',' \ Miami. Rigg of the came city, R. L. years and it was not until December .

r .; -, rl'hornton'of Miami, M. H. Driggersof 9, 1927'that the Clewiston sugar mill r ,

;t? Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Speer, formerly Tampa. was.' begun. It is to be completed this .
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