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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I Skyline Changed Doggett Praises Dahlberg Party Spends'

: BY TOM SMITH. STIFF CAMPAIGN SAYS FLORIDAMAY
':' By Smoke, Stacks BeautificationPraise Two Days Here Mak-:

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J ,,; MAl I DOMINATE 1n g Comprehensive
IN COUNTY beautification work
for the
if L. 'D' Clewiston's skyline was again Tour of Company' :
according to J.: Lamb- the
done in Clewiston during past

: ', field, nationally known writer, and THIS WEEK .changed. is I week with the, erection ,SUGAR TRADE summer was expressed here Sun Holdings> Here.
OPEN
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I i of the first ,of the four_ 130
: publisher with theFlorida day by Judge J. L.Doggett who
., t foot ,sfl'loke.stacks at the ,new 1.500, "Forge ahead faster than ever," ,
rich soil of the Ev. \ spent the week end here with B.
ton a day sugar mill. was the message left by B. G.: DahL \
;..May Lead- erglades, COM.pled Tom Hull and Miss Al- Prominent W riter I s Dahlberg, president of the Sou '
,. The stacks which weigh 11 tons berg president of the Southern Sugar:

. with the efficiency ice Curry Bailey Only each were assembled, on the groundand Impressed WithPossibilities thern Sugar company. company to his, local managers at.
of the Dahlberg organization may Standing in front of the' ClewistonInn
'hoisted,Ipto ,place by the giant Clewiston last Sunday following "
a
,,,,_, .4''';:'dominate the sugar industry of the One Outside Range of Judge Doggett looking across '
i railroad crane: used in lifting great two day visit here spent in making :
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1 : United States within a few :years I the open fields toward the Admin.
v Attack.With pans to the top of the_ ,mill 'during The rich productive soil of the a comprehensive survey of his Clew ,
1. :!, :Here is 'a keen observer of conditions istration building said, "This is '
the construction work. The other iston holdings. As this was Mr. DahK
.. whose observations have, been northern Everglades, coupled with truly a big step in beautification ,
brisk fall breezes reviving !three ,,stacks>were scheduled: to be berg's first visit here since he recent
welcomed by many .of the l leading the thorough and efficient mannerin work.;
completed this week. storm, his instructions ,
Hen- which
election weather.
magazines, of the country. His pic- memories of ,
'which
,the Dahlberg sugar cane were considered '.
particularly significant
ture of what Southern Sugar, activities dry county's political aspirants .

\ may amount to also brie up' awoke after a summed of lethargyand industries are carrying on their op. NEW R. -R GRADE were interpreted to mean tha't.the '. '

a 'relative picture of Clewiston.\VVllh prepared to settle down to the CARL E. ROYERANNOUNCES s' 'may result: in Florida's dominating operations_ of the Southern Sugar 1

I the Dahlberg Sugar cane industries.. l business of campaigning for the elec, the sugar industry in the company will be carried forward at I

dominating. the sugar industry in the; tion which is less. than a month off. FOR' United: States within a few years. FINISHED I an even faster pace than formerly. '

Lambfield'' Nominess chosen at the Demorcatic TOBY Arriving here late, Friday night by
United States Mr.
and as I
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This
was the gist of a statement byJ.
boat from Canal Point
." explains, this is a probability, Clew. prmairy in June are again brushingup SCHOOL SUPT. B. Lambfield, of Los Angeles, for- NOVEMBER I II baron after a short conference, the sugar with I

Iston as the center of the operations on their campaign argumentswhile i. editor
mer newspaper and publisherwho
local officials rested
after his
jour. .
y.ould have its in the A number of independents are
: place sun. a : '
spent two days here over the and ,
ney: early Saturday morning
community of some 2,000 people in gathering material for pie-election Cornell I Vice
week end with B Young
Dahlberg
LaBelle pres- started on his Inspection tour of
Pioneer Base
observers to
; be. which political
that event would changed into a broadsides : ident of the Southern

thriving: city of tensor fifteen thou. say will make the fall election one Candidacy On Education Sugar com President Will Southern Sugar properties here.
pany. Keenly interested usual In the '
as
sjnd souls. There would be ten of, the most hotly contested campaign i Mr.Lambfield Push Work '
,-Es. NeedsCarle whose keen observations growth of Clewiston proper, Mr.
merchants weher in local history.
is
there now onepayrolls
and logical deductions have -- Dahlberg was high in his praise of, :
national
in
P. Whether the turmoil
at of possibly $150,000
E. Royer this week an- brought him fame as a ,special writer More than four miles of railroad the beautification work carried on' ,
l lr, where there is'now 20000. politics has brought about the local j
nounced himself as candidate for for: several of the bigger magazinesis extension from Clewiston. Miami here by his representative Captain F.

:' mbfield's o I observations are, enIng ,condition is ,not known but The Superintendent of Public 'Instruction also, a newspaper man of ,repute, locks on the Atlantic Coast Line has Deane Duff and during his tour'of 1
.*iimd Clewiston News has it on good authority i
1 logical. Perhaps '
: ?; will make. at the November'election, in .opposition having been associate... editor of theItidepeudeiit''of been completed to date by the Cor the townsite, he closely inspected the 1
i he that Independents
t ofxthe-JogJcv-is
proof
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,. ... .to. E. L. Stallings.! '' New York:. and founder I nelL Young' construction company it new homes _of Captain Duff and P : ,j
'* .JJ y r I G. .
\ ,, work now being done *'by' 'xif; race for every county office with .. f' ) : % T "
; ,, n.lraUl'oadS""t. *tap the reh' thexception({ .foftlerk. '0>f--thefcircu1V: l:*\'?:r.., Royer-caru *...to Jh t n cpun l trj non ;:, o(t the jf "i';aS y eekly.eviow v : -"MI *.*J.*l,_--**.- I jvvas two I)cede ,U'i1 week, by' Vice BiShow under. 'construction, on .' :. --- .

.. I his'idischurge( fromrlheT'army. 'at In1an: interview for .The ClewistonNwes President Jo'iTesT wlio said Cliatfeverything the ridge.., ,, "
: '' Ids of this sectlonv.,*. Court and Registrar. These offices w. -
held by Tom Hull and \\os3'o'f"the!' World War and took Mr. Lambfield outlining' his : is being done to have -the J Keen satisfaction was. expressed -
respectively
Miss Alice Curry Bailey are said to charge of the! LaBelle schools. impressions- of Clewiston and the work completed in ''record time by the sugar' headl m..;i is& pection !

.... .. i){ ., The LaBelle High School had never surrounding territory said: Alth.ough actual work on the ..con of the new 1,500tonjja' daI'"mtl J.
.' > is about to be the only ones beyond the range .
. Again Hendry 01
county been the state accredited list "First as to the region. It strikesme struction of the Coast Line extension "
on where he spent, almost Ian hour go. .. "" ,.. ,... }

'watch. the curtain go up, on the ,first I of Perhaps attack the strongest. of the 'independents and was being skimped by a penurious that in the .soil of the Everglades vas 'started a short time ago, the ing through the mill and%talking with :5..J oP ;! .!":
act of the fall
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pre policy of Lee County, in which Florida has its greatest asset. It has gangs of the Cornell-Young company the various department heads. ,; ).
/ rather the one whose
or
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Politics sentation of the po- .
LaBelle was then situated.Mr. Please turn to page 5 ,have been working at top speed Commenting on the low water' lev-
/:2\ ,Again- litical play, which chances are considered: the brightestis f -
:@\ and in track work were progressingat '
V : in instances Carl E. Royer who this week' an Royer came to this country up- ices were largely responsible for the'

many nounced his candidacy for Superin.. to standard ,and got it recognized as the rate of some 1,500 feet a day local relief work progressing so,:f;
will: be a sidesplitting comedy but '
a Second Grade High School his Traversing the rich sugar cane Please turn -page 5 :!' :
in .others 'a drama, In the latter class tendent of Public Instruction. Mr.Royer BIDS ARE CALLED.FOR lands :"
r conversantwith first year. of the Southern Sugar com- ,: :' '(
come who is thoroughly
will the race for school super- ': '
The ,second year he got it accredited pany the Cornell-Young COmpllYJirst :; ,,,
all matters pertaining to school
With the future of Hen. RED CROSS HEAD :
as a first grade High School and ADDITIONAL threw up a grade' of muck with !
refused to align
administration has
dry county's citizens of tomorrow at ; "
kept it there a dredge. After this has settled the .'
during the four
with either of the two factions years, '
himself
stake, the will be far from
race comedy
,, track is laid and sand Is then filled SITUATION j
he served as principal. His work was 1 SAYS
is'steering neutral
; and it is the duty of every and a OFFICE BUILDING in. ,
highly commended by Inspector
county voter who has the interestof course based solely on the thought
Cawthon who later became State. All grading work, Mr. Jones said
the child at heart to cast politicsto Please turn to page 5 1 IS WELL HANDLED "
Superintendent. will be completed by November .J
the four winds and pick the New Offices .
can- Will B .
'. / Mr.\ Royer joined the friends of e ,and the track work will follow Immediately ,
didate whose qualifications show him
the schools in a determined fight to Built Adjoining after. Although the workof Expressing satisfaction with the .:- .' '
A to be ,the best man Hendry county LOCAL GROWERS -i
get from Lee County the portion of Present the railroad construction was not manner in which both the emergency I
is :growingby: leaps and bounds. and Bldg. '
,' the school funds to which his school appreciably delayed by the storm. and rehabilitation work for ,storm r ::. ,
we' owe it to the children of the ,
... ASKED{ TO HELP was entitled When this appeared impossible Mr. Jones said that even greater sufferers is being handled by Red ,. ,.',
county to insure them a thorough ed. Bids were called for this week by .
speed will be made until the work is Cross workers and local '
he, joined the fight to sep- people operating ;. : "
ucation., But before the campaign Captain Deane Duff
F.
arate from Lee County and was a general manager completed with the result that on with Clewiston as a base, A. .NAT;,,
gets. well under'way, why not bar IN TARIFF MOVEMembers for the construction of an ad. .r
leading ,and active figure all through last Wednesday when' track layingwas L. Shafer, director of the West In- ,.' )
mudslinging and whispering cam. dition to the present Administration
,. that campaign. resumed the gangs were progressing dian Hurrican Relief committee of! '
paigns.*.Let each candidate stand on ) building which will more than dou- I '
While teaching in LaBelle. Mr. at the rate of more than the National Red Cross 'said that the
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its qualifications and not cloud the of the Clewiston Vegeta ble its present size. .
Royer filed on a homestead near 2.000 feet' per,day. or. an increase of situation here has been exceptionally ';;i
real issues by fiery investives hurled ble Growers, association were asked The new) building which will be
Denaud and, working there Saturdays : some 500 feet over the previous record well handled and is now well in hand. Y':
at his opponent. this week to cooperate in a move similar in construction to the "
.. pres : establishe'd.Please Mr. Shafer who has maintained his
.
r. and vacations proved up and obtained -
ment to secure protective tariff on ent building will be built
at the rear
,
ffer f
v title to it. turn to page 5 headquarters relief for Florida }
\ vegetables.The of 'Ithe present building. It will be 1 .
.1' the
r made '
through
sufferers a trip
letter which is self explanatoiy Please turn to page 5 occupied by officers and
: Dahlberg president of the personnelof
;\_i ( Everglades this week, visiting all "j

S' ithern, Sugar company ispreparedto : reads: the Southern Sugar company CANAL POINT TO sections from the east ciast to Moore ; j 6
Our present tariff measure will :
ac- Construction of the new building
..'... ; carry on his COMMISSIONERS Haven. .
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Dahlberg be rewritten by congress next April will solve the i
tivities in sugar space shortage problem "
I Miss Margaret L. Shupe in charge )
; : and we want to do what we can to HAVE NEW MILLWork
'Pleased which has been ftin: the ad
canci growing in of the work at Clewiston in commenting :, : :-j
,obtain adequate protection on Flor SESSION DULL
Florida at an even ministration building f the past on the work done here paid f :r

faster pace than heretofore accord ida products. A conference of representatives several months since the arrival of
I tribute to local women, members .
t high J
to' statements made by him dur- of Florida growers and i tho office force of the Southern ,Sug. On Big Unit To of the Ladies Aid Society of ...;.:

nlg a* recent visit here. His action business Interests was held at Mia Routine Matters Claim ar company. Be Started Soon; the Clewiston Community church and ..

.. moans everything to Clewiston as the mi Sept. 5, and an executive. committee Attention Of County Please turn to page 5 More Cane Planted the Clewiston Woman's club whose 1J.
appointed to handle tariff
center 'of the Florida "
sugar industry .. "untiring efforts and valuable serv..
and considerable to the 'state as a matters for Florida." Solons ..

whole Mr. Dahlbergs decision means DR. TATOM UNTIRING In accordance with the policy emphasized Please turn to page 5 I;
"I
that development of the state's best FIRST OF 10 NEW With the exception of an interest I I WORKER FOR SUFFERERS by B.. Dahlberg. prosL! NEWS STORY PRAISED I -.
HOUSES WAY
UNDER
I, so.H-the'*'Everglades-will not be af- i I ing discussion between Mayor J. R. I lent of the Southern ?Sugar_ company BY B. G. DAHLBERG '
Construction of the first of the '
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fected by the stocm but will be even Doty, and Sheriff Dan McLaughlin the Among the Clewiston citizens to "forge ahead faster than ever. Praise for the stand taken by I '1
houses to be built here by the I '
r more .extensively and intensively develop October session of the county com who have worked untiringly fo'rthe in the Southern Sugar company operations The Clewiston News in its account ':
Clewiston is well under ;
..d. This is all very interesting company': missioners at LaBelle was dull acc :' relief of the storm sufferers in Florida work will be of the storm a few weeks ago was ,.,I iIj
others will be startedin
and
V, fipm \. local and state 'standpont but rwny cording to the official minutes whichare j I I stationed Ihere is Dr. F., L. Tatom, I stadted .this winter on the construe expressed here last week by B. w.Da'hlberg : .. ,,
the future. The Inouses
\'/whatMr.} Dahlberg's decision from near: published monthly by the Clew.. Clewiston physician who has giv tion of a new' 2,500 to 3,000 ton per president of the :

his'oL,)or the Southern Sugar, stand. which are being built on contractby iston News. en liberally of his time uuring the day sugar mill at 'Canal Point. it ern Sugar company'and the ,
v"( Crow Brothers. local contrac-
Rnint. In the ''first place the storm (Continued on page 5) past few weeks. was announced this week by P. G. tex company who said south"l \
tors will be three and four room .. :
Refusing to accept any compensation : operating vice president of
which wrought havoc on tho coast Bishop pleasant to read the News '
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Passed b)y the holdings of the Dahl single family bungalows. They LUMBER MILL TO OPENIt for his services Dr. Tatom the company who said that membersof rate account of the storm :';,
will be built south of the
present
wo"rked feverishly for the first the engineering force are now at 1 ':;
''A berg interests with comparatively lit- "I was glad to see that you peo.' ,
location of Celotexto
t1J damage. The soil is as good as the' demand for houses n.and Although is reliably reported that the big few1 days following the storm work on the plans. pie kept your heads and wnna: j : ,',:":

ever. the cane ,is practically the same is apartments lumber plant at Sears will reopen! 'l missing several nights sleep and The new mill will be modern In told facts about the storm you did '::

as before the storm, and once again increasing daily, the at an carl date. This will mean the since that time ''has in addition: to every respect and will be constructed not come out with scare heads like "

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ten houses it was explained f by .
l vafejr*' control has been proven an entire old crowds will be back his services given considerable oC all new machinery and will so many others. Clewiston did not ., .
F.Deane Duff
'=:;!. 'Unqualified/ success. What more Captain general among their Ilcudry county friends. quantties of medicine to the 'sick have Incorporated In it all of. the latest received the' full fury of the storm ;

1 could 'bo, .,asked.
minds us*' that, sugar cane' productionhere ,the house shortage problem here regular employees' are off enjoyinga I Dr. Tatom plans to look after his developed to date in sugar mill designing Clewiston News was sane In Itspresentation 1-1:
but to afford some immediate re. =*! .. "
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1. depcudetl'mainly on water control vacation, most of them leaving : own practise. and construction.- of the news." ,. ..
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J ." ., .- : -, ': One of the most efficient pieces of I ed by its cVn weight is sprayed
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Interesting items picked ta random is the Davenport gasoline lo- the mill propW by means of pumps. :
showing activity in the sugar Approximatel 7,500 gollons of water
i comotive which is used to haul cars
r cane industry in Florida northern per. minute drops to the spray pond.
Everglades. of material from the railroad sidingto

ANNOUNCEMENT the mill proper. The locomotivewith ;Mill programs is also reflected in
a powerful six cylinder motor the announcement: this week that
Following a conference with his operates on standarrd gauge track, work is about to -bQ. started on the
local offiicals, B. G. Dahlberg, pres- and has hauled as many as 25 cars pouring of the concrete. floors in the
ident of the Southern Sugar company at one time. It is estimated by Al- second story of the mill. Temporary l ",
'j I announce myself as a candidate for Superintendent .of' '., made It known that the original ,bert Backus who is in charge of this wood flooring which increased the '
small locomotive has morethan
traveled
12
for planting some -
the forlowing program margin of safety for workers during .
consideration l ,
,
Instruction. I offer for'your : 2,00 miles in its short haulsat
Public ;
In
.. 000 acres to sugar anec this year construction will be used as forms
J the Canal Point and Clewiston dlvi- the mill.
will be
; I for the conrete. They re- Y
.I i i sions of his ocmpany will e rigidly moved from below when the con-
i' f followed. ....Work is now going forward on the crete has settled. ,.
QUALIFICATIONS ,. r spray pond adjolng the mill. This is --
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Orders have: een placed for addi- a concrete reservoir 150x150 feet Among the more interesting 'projects -
: \ for crews to work in which ,
- tional equipment are a series of fountains now under way at the mill Is
'
1 have' had fifteen years experience in the teaching profession doule time to speed the work. which spray the 'shot/ water coming the construction of the cane dump '
from the condensers In the mill, cool where the cane starts on its-
everything from primary grades to senior sugar f.
covering, Planting operations were started Ing it quickly for the use again in the'' journey' through the mil Coming .:
high school and teachers' training courses. Four of last Monday in the Disston Island water, used in the condensers for the from the fields, the railroad cane
these were in LaBelle. If you haven't been Sere section between Clewiston and Moore. boiling down proescs of sugar manuf- cars are run upon a platform above !'
years ,whatkind Haven. pipes to the 'spray pond where forc- Please turn to page 6
remember
that long ask your neighbor who can
of school we had. The first 130 foot smoke stack
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I hold a Florida State Life High School certificate. the weighing mill Wednesday eleven tons and was the raised other at ; 1i

I hold the degrees of Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of.' three stacks were scheduled to be I I :.

Pedogogy and have been admitted l to practice law in a. erected this ,week. There will be one .
stack to each of the four 500 h. p.
YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS .1
sister state. boilers. The stacks were assembled ,
.
I have lived within the present Hendry County limits on the ground and hoisted into I
by the 100 foot railroad crane
place
since 1919, which was before the county was organized. at the mill. Guy lines 1 1-2 indies. '
I have had sufficient business experience to qualify me thick help hold the stacks in placein We are proud of the fact that we have

to advise the Board in their business affairs. .! addition to steel trusses binding' I, t
.'":... 'Mill engineers
,' '." ";' the giant stacks together.
.,. ..,..'..., ,. estimate that the stacks!: have j I i; helped to make 'lewiston a' thriving city. .
REASONS : ; ':;.7.:',.(,:' been constructed to withstand a I
:, force.HIlTS j'.
,:::" 1.\ wind of hurricane .
',' I We are pioneers in the Barber Business. (

I offer the following reasons why I think you should vote t ,I IC'

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You should have for your Superintendent a man who can -ITpatronize PAYSSo '. '
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teach any grade, he is supervising and go into the rooms GRAHAMfhe I /_,;,\,:/>.;. :-' : .::., ........:.... .
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You should ,have a man who fully believes in education .

and will bend every effort to give your children the best FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO.

education possible. You Should have a man who is in Engines and 'Pumps CLEWISTONS: PIONEER BARBER SHOP

touch with the progress made in, education in recent Light and Water Plants

Cables and Ropes :' ,.S, .
years. Belting and Rubber Goods \, : ; ...'. ,,:..' '(';..-. \ ..2
You should have a man who has had sufficient practical, Hoists and Feed Grinder ;./;-...: "C' >".! "{'1;:.. .
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experience in administering schools to get, full value for MANHATTAN MERC. CORP.

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If elected, my business interests will not interefer witn 1

the duties of my office. I will give my time and my energy -

I,, to the schools. If I were not willing and anxious todo .

this I would not run for the office at all. i ,

;:' My motive is to build an efficient school system, to help

the teachers succeed and children and
. to to give to your I irk

: my, children the best and most complete education and 1 .', ,r.t r

' : training i for their life's work that We can possibly give ">>:

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I. MY POLITICS ;
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'. Politics should be consideration in : 3ft .
selecting
: no more a a .
of muck andsun-
Alchemy Mediaevalchemistry, theobjectof tions for the alchemy.
r ', teacher or 'Superintendent than it is in selecting, a family which! was: to change common metal into gold shine to produce sugar. Cane grown "

,? doctor or a minister- for your church. and indefinitely to prolong life-WEBSTER. herein. 1927 reached the remarkableWhatavisionthisbnnggbeforeus

? I It is a political selection however:, so I must speak. I I. am 'fJ height of fourteen to twenty-four
While moderns realize we cannot feet with thick stalks, rich in sugar,
we
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' a Democrat, ,always have been a, Democrat. and unless ,3
change iron into gold, still there is'a yielding from fortynaturalalchemymoremarvelousthan to fifty or more
h, '. the underlying principles of the parties change: .I'll die aft tons of cane per acre. Here two
Democrat. circumstances made it extremely difficult- fJ of old which mills water-
ft:' 11: this process sought by modern sugar ,a complete
;: J almost impossible' me to run in the primary. I, have ':s common substances are turned to control system of the latest design,

k, always l felt, and feel now, that as a freeborn American, wealth in ,the form of useful com: 'adequate transportation and nearly .
> I modities. Most of us remember trips tons of cane estimated available -
it is my right and duty to supportthe best man for the 300,000
?' ", f! to the woods to gather the black soil for the coming 1928 grinding
i-;" office, regardless party. The crack of party whips tound therc-from decaying leaves and season, demonstrate the belief of the

;), ," never made me crio e in awe or terror. vegetationwhichsollwevaluedhighundersigned companies that the

i,: If elected I will not cater to any 'party or faction, but I ly and us;;'d sparingly to enrich the United States can and should produce -

z,' will administei the schools out of politics. I will keep the t 'earth in which we raised our plants. more of its sugar requirements.uckandsunshine.

t schools out of politics and keep politics out of the schools Today the Everglades> of Florida The alchemy ofm forth industry ,
has has therefore brought a new
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,' of ,: '' ,,"".: fertilin the Everglades. ,
':;:,. I, rich, black muck astonishing
MYHOPEIt "' ity, located where there is abunAn illustrated booklet describing I Ianceof
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: year-round sunshine ideal condi below will be sent upon request.
t.:,. is my hope and belief that, you will wage your political I f

;::: fights elsewhere, but that when you' come to the schools I, DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES

; / you will forget politics 1 and put the man in charge of your .' o

;:.', children's education who is best fitted by training experience .

' .',,. and personal fitness for that duty:, and"w ho can give SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY

L'- you a school system that will be a credit to the county. THE SOUTH COAST COMPANY fJj1J\ 11
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l- here, show that a total of 1,398 per-

NEWS OF THE WEEK sons were fed in community kitchens t

I yesterday, an increase of 204 I : Home; Of Contented Cows I

University of i equip them with scales for weighing over the number of Wednesday. _

!.. l ary plans are hogs and cattle. The railroad will be Boynton, to the south of here, has ..-........... --- ---. -- .........- .. .-
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new and modern asked to cooperate to the extent of recovered somewhat more quickly, -
:,+ hiw', ,',: !2''itl r>s+. +ny .. e .....
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built on the furnishing the site and installing the two camps and kitchens, one caringfor ; :y.t..rir, I. tiRQ' ?,. hS 5 1+ :,JZ,.. s ;r,

'. .;r sit}. of Florida, plant It was stated.Dr. 150 white persons and another. Y2tr' 4.i 1
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t ; 'I nouncement from Bara estimates that from twen- for 300 negroes, having been closed' ', yry'M q it
"',, \ 'state architect ty to thirty cars of hogs will be mov- Wednesday. Foodstuffs were still being '
r: university's school ed from Holmes county under that Issued there today under the '
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; The cost cf the plan'this season, and that the pro- general emergency relief plan. .. -
: \ timated at $75,000. duction livestock will be stimulated At Pompano, were approximately 1"" f: i
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-(; : t Mr. Weaver throughout the county. 200 refugees from the Belle Glade (

t" : ) ready for section are being cared for at the ) \t '..-
..plans ,
1J' '.: \I .. state board of [ USES CANS TO ESCAPE Pompano race track besides 150 ne : ;4 : : i ,. .: I t..,. i't',:c't
:I\;. i I her, meeting in Boston.-Fastening two large milk groes from the Pompano sections, I .. f :: :-'

<: i ture may be put cans, one containing his clothing, plans were being made to evacuate. ? : : I 1

K,,;; ) the time the under his arms as water wings, a The Everglades refugees who cannot b. ,
tfM ;. underway. prisoner made an escape from the yet return to their homes, will probe t tj
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r:.' ;'. The present Deer Island House of Correction by ably be taken to West% Palm Beach, ;j'."N, 'v',..pwAt /

1'I: \, been Inadequate swimming and floating' across ShIrley while the homes of the Pompano negroes -
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;;.-, stitution, and the Gut, which has a strong, dangerous will be ready for occupation ,.',.

'I:':'' :'I only be the first tide curt nt. Sunday, Roland Hardy, chairman of ::rM _..._u_.l,'
.. Francis Sadowski, relief work said.GAN.GSTER --. "' '
:: I! the total cost of The prisoner, there
. f 000. was serving time for larceny. lie has The name of the Clewiston dairy m ajy\ be changed to Clewiston's Bovine Studio if the plans of O. L.,

:.-J& .. Of fireproof been doing duty as mess man in the SLAIN Jeffries, owner-manager to install a victrola to keep the cows contented' carried 'out. According to the

; : : i r.i or three stories I officers' kitchen. Today, he aroseas New York.-Michael Abbatemaco, plans which I has been proven a success in other dairies, soothing music is played at milking time which re-

.i firmary will be of usual, but instead of going into cults in considerably better milk. "The cows like It," said Mr. Jeffries who plans to Install a victrola later.
memberof
43, believed to have been a
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';.t' r 'r I 1\' chitecture_ the kitchen at 530; and helping pre- the "Little Augie.: gang of New I 'He did not say however' whether if t'he' soothing melodies were changed to jazz tunes. the milk would curdle.
' 'r' al type of building pare breakfast, made his escape. Courtesy Tampa Tim s.I .
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York and Brooklyn, was found
er has already The two milk cans, which had been
f slumped oevr the steering wheel of .
of the sealed up air tight, were found aban- I summer Yale's gang had sworn vengeance -
puses By controlling tho marriage .market Read the
( his automobile in South Brooklyn, I Clewiston News for al''
.' ,.. ida State Colleg doned two miles from the shore on on the killers of their leader \
1 1I two bullets in hs bran. : they believe they are striking the
1 developments in Clewiston and] I
i, I Exact I Shirley Street, Winthrop.. but police were not prepared to say ,
I '" I -Res ients of the neighborhood, indirectly communlsh.-. .- Hendry county.. '
i'- '; ; of the capacifyvpf,<<; 1 whether the shooting had anythingto'
arounsed 'the
by shots, told police
\I.f::.' ;... not yet available. RED CROSS IN CHARGE j do with the gang.MARRIAGE ,
: they from the
saw a man jump automobile -
It. embody the latest Lake Worth. All emergency relief
I and run away. No weapon I
r' this type of work conducted by volunteers with I \ COST SET ..1i'YOUR i :
found in the '
I was car. 'H
,. pleted will furnish the aid of the American Red Cross'
The street in which he was killed
1\ protection to the in this city, Boynton and Delray i I Shanghai.-The nationalist I
is near that where Frankie Yale, liquor ,
.' students.BULL. Beach will be stopped tomorrow_ and I ment has decreed that govern-\\
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racketter whose death '
national ,Red Cross workers will !I was marriageable daughters are ,
FIGHT take charge under permanent rehab- laid to "Scarface Al" Capone Chi to no more than $150 from future I
I cago gang, was shot to death this
sons-in-law. APPEARANCE I
. Fort Myers.-A: ilitation methods, it was announcedat -

.. } ) dor, bull and relief headquarters.The I ; .. ,

r;" staged here on action follows a survey: made :' ': .,I .
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mulated by the director of the Red Cross, and will ,'I ( .' I I
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American Legion. result in the closing of two commu- / I
" ', Legion's celebration nity kitchens here tomorrow and : I 'iI I

E-; ",' was proposed to probable closing of a joint community I I : '> nnouncementMrs '. r \ Depends to a great.extent on the:.::'.::. .

dor here from Ybor kitchen and refugee quarter :;" 4--: I
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:*.:. .(': '..,;; from to the some proposed sections. Sunday.Red Cross workers arrived here to I '. i neatness of your wearing ,apparel .y..:;: i

s. I take charge of all relief and an- I Peggy Bucher announces the opening of '
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'.; < COOPERATIVE nounced that sixty case workers 1 .
Class. Enrollment J (
her Fall .
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I II Dancing '
I '('. J? Tallahassee. t have arrived in West Palm Beachto J'

I?.'.',.j Holmes county will I II check the individual needs of I I Thursday, October 18. 1928. I, You can't afford, to take a chance. '1.. !I

I,;' ative marketing of I families in the entire storm area. Children's Enrollment-Four i
'I : p.m.Adult's -
I ,. ': ) Bonifay the I Efforts will be made tomorrow to ; Send Your Clothes
; .; making to the Laundry !
I Enrollment :
, :',. ':' center of the house.. forty-six refugees that are i II '. Eight p.m.t "
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'I 1 ,/ The Watanabe Hotel ,
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';: :j" has been, working tel. Figures issued yesterday by J. Detailed information on re gInvited nest Clewiston Florida. ;"
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I I, Judicial Circuit Cleanliness, is next to Godliness (

"I Florida in and for \ i

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\'!,. I" Thomas O'Brien and, '.r 4. You are invited to inspect the material and workman :, ':. ::. '. I It

.:..".r:.!',t ;,''. his na P.'wife Reynolds and, W.Mary H., ,. '_ j-_;?:t>ship that is being used in the construction of the new:.. : \- :': t.: I ,

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I .'.' :;. his wife.CecIl wife t!'.unknown Hyde ;' This is, the type of homes that we are 'constructing in : Every day our dining room is being filled., ::1:1to
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,( l dents W.H Reynolds ,. Clewiston and will withstand any hurricane that might capacity. We feel that it is not due. ; to : ,J

\'j nolds.his. wife, are pass through Clewiston. the fact that we operate a hotel, but that our' j .
the State of .
l{ place of residence meals are pleasing.i .; : -; '.

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particularly as the Our material, is the best coupled .with the most skilled !; i ,

the Hsca affiant, Iowa; is that labor that we can -find. The work from the foundationto There is always a waiting list for rooms yet {I

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:, and ""they are hereby I' '. ---r',.. :. :" '- i .' '.' save by having their noon day meal with'. use !
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; i pear to the 'Bill of .::;: : You too make work
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4) .I Tour der be consecutive published .t' .'>> ;- ,'.: ; Formally Gordon and Heard. \ : :.' 'l .. Let us serve you or''' make arrangements, for JJ 1 ,

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I Donee CLEWISTON'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL '. r'; ', \\ .1
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to The Clewis ton Progress I An Accidental, Accomplice CABBAGES AND KINGS

Entered as secend-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office _

at Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON '

Copyright 1928, Doubeda.y Doran & ging Carol to permit her to accom A, word to the wise;" Keep the back door closed. .

1 LOUIS A. MORGAN '. __ .. : Publish Company pany her. to the studio. At last Carol

WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFORE. had assented, and Doris, delighted But now that the mosquitoes are gone Clewiston is again, the state's

p TOM SMITH . . . . Editor. I with the experience, had slipped. prize town. r"r

WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFORE. away from home early the next _
Subscription Rates .. .
+ I York morning to talk it over. I rr
Carol Dare, New society girl -- _
By mail outside of Florida, By mail in Florida engaged ,to Beverly Weeks, scion of "I'm right," Insisted Doris. "I The week's best- statement still continues be "F' v' ,. ;i' : '.
Ahead
Faster .
watched him. He's I in '
$2.00 madly lovo
One year $2.50 One year a' wealthy family consults an oriental I Than Ever."
Six months 1.60 Six months 1.00 to learn whether she will be happy with you. _
"Oh, Doris, .
you're hopeless. You
Three months 1.25 Three months .76 and is told to wait: She l later meets
Alan Mason who proves to be a real find romance everywhere." Fort Myers is to have a bull fight on Armistice Day. We should think
NEWS' PLATFORM Doris, not at all
disconcerted wagged
friend when her father arrested that fter I
two recall'campaigns the
with transportation. her head knowingly. populace would have'about enough bull ,
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee: water on a embezzlement charge, the resultof
transportation and "He's crazy about you. H> can't throwing for a while.
2. Early completion o? the highways for local a plot by Prosper Strong a business
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keep his eyes off "
you
concentration of products. rival. In prison her father is

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and poisoned, Carol taking the advice of "He's" only interested in the film, One of the best stories we heard this week was of the incompetent e1e'ctrician ,
silly, cried Carol. "When he f is mak
other products of this region to the northern markets. an escaped convict whom she befriended !
association for ing a picture) that's all he thinks who wired a house for the installation of two meters-a light meter
4. The ft l functioning of a cooperative marketing engages as her counsel Benny
both buying and selling purpose.FRIDAY Bergman, a rising criminal lawyerIn of. Jf he watches me, it Is only that and a power meter. The occupant swears that the hook-up 'was so made that '
he is studying my face, watching the
addition to handling her case, expression, observing my attitudes when he turned on his electric fan the front door flew open. .. _

OCTOBER 12, 1928 ..r........ Bergman also suggests that she enter
\ and poses, to see if by chance anything ....
the movies
as a means of support,
about mo has escaped him, Add to list of probably hostesses Mrs. u'
I since her father was left penniless your charming this season R,. '
anything that might look well in the c
when arrested. Y. Patterson. i
FORCING AHEADf film. He's just enthusiastic about the -
After considerable though she .. \
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picture, that's all \ -

"Forging ahead faster than. ever" the-comment made by B. G. Dahl- agrees agrees to to take consult Bergman's a movie advice magnate.and "He's enthusiastic about you,' 'Insisted "Cow poker" is the latest diersivon for motorists.' With two people' in t

Now Go On With The StoryA Doris. "I 1m 0'Hes\ always 'the front seat ,the game is that should four cows pass on the. right side, the ;
bcrg president of the Southern Sugar ocmpany after he had made a personal asking your opinion and hanging 'I
,- about where you are. You watch Driver pays the ''passenger $4 or should four cows pass on the drivers side 'f'
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inspection tour of his Florida holdings following the storm, is a statement
man, his coat and vest removed, out for him. He'll be proposing to the passenger pays. Yes,. that's right Mabel, expert driving does count if >'
continued for Clewiston and incidentall shows not you one of these days." I i
which means prosperity stood in the doorway her bedroom, t
the cows aren't too far offline road. Harry Eaton is responsible for that f
"Well
if he does, mocked Carol,
her
eying she
coolly-a man had
r Inly Clewiston but the entire state, the type of man back of Florida's new "I him and \ it .
never seen before. may accept and be rich one. Try on your next trip. i -
M "You're late he'L' h forever afterward." ;
industry-sugar. tonight, deary, l i (
She was in much more joyful =1
sneered, 6
watching her
Mr. Dahlbergs' statement means that Clewiston merchants will con- with malicious eyes. agitated face hood now. Her fathe, physically Tampa Wages War On Vice.. -Newspaper headline. When have we !, d

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much stronger, several days before that before? i '' ; .. :'
If he had expected her to scream, seen ;' f'; !
tinue to prosper, it means that this section will go forward as the new sugar to alarm the house, to have the other had been released and was with her : ;

Ibowl of America. From the standpoint of the local merchant f, the sugar occupants come pouring into find at Mrs. Murchmson's. Just how Doyle Carlton gives us the opinion, based on an exhaustive personal I. .
Schreyer had obtained the bail
him,, there in dishabille In her room re
baroa's statement must be the most 'interesting piece of, news of the week. at that hour of the night, creating quired she never had been able to survey that the Everglades can be successfully drained and made safe for '.' .t""

For ven the most self-satisfied mrchant of the town, must in justice admit all embarrassing situation from whichno understand. I habitation, and productive and lucrative farming. And that means that Governor 4t//.
When she sought to question him

that it is literally the activity of die> Southern Sugar company I\vltich'; keeping girl untainted,could, emerge his plan with failed.:reputation about it, he always was rather evasive Carlton must and will carry on/ with t- that big problem'which has beenoernvors

h in business. For once Carol thought quickly., ; but the fact that her: father was the inherited burden: of the before him.-St. Petersburg Inde- i J
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5R ,,' Warned by Benny Bergman's note, .-free once more, was sufficient. She pendent. A well taken stand, but ''B. G. Dahlberg proved at Clewiston the i'
-' felt that a great b-irden had fallen ,
Take '' Clewiston's which made through the she realized instantly, that this must
away payrolls, are possible j
be an emissary of Strong or Seaton. from] her shoulderu. The ,trial was very same thing. .. : !
still to come, of course, but of the ;
program of the Southern Sugar, company and what has any merchant in There flashed through her mind the '' .
outcome of'that there never had been I
town? With the exception of a few, dollars revenue from local farmers,. it is thought of the loaded revolver in the the slightest doubt in her mind Her Work. has been started on construction' of 1 18 1-2 miles of railroad !!
drawer, and a second later she had \ I
to say that with the hundreds of workers removed from Clewiston, 'busisafe it out and pointed directly at the father was innocent, she knew. She ,around .the i southeastern shore of Lake Okeechobee connecting the towns of f I r
took it for granted he would be ac.//
intruder. industry and Chosen. The new : '
Clewiston center of the Everglades sugar
ness here would come almost to a standstill and this community would find quitted. !
"Hands up, she cried coolly. t trackage will provide transportation facilities for hitherto isolated territory.
itself in a similar position to many other Florida towns-that of waiting "Now, please explain what you are Now that he and Schreyer were

'doing( here-in my rooms.; able to have I
daily conferences, she
anxiously for the tourists to arrive. ((And ever here Clewiston from a tourist I *
Caught unawares, the and the Florida East Coast railroads
man protest- no longer bothered with any details Both the Atlantic Coast Line

standpoint cannot expect to successfully, compete with such winter resorts as Ing.ingly 'raised his hands, his face pa of her father's case, though his 1 are pushing tracks into this section, the combined expenditure to hotel approximately -
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condition still caused her some
Palm Beach St. Petersburg and Miami. It remains then that Work both lines is expected -
dollars.
our revenue "Put up that fool gun," he stammered r"worry. Though ,ho seemed entirely three quarters of a million: on ,,

must come indirectly from industrial activities rather than tourist entertainment. I In fright, "and 1511 'tell you. I well, so far as bodily strength was to be completed, November 1 and large forces have been put into 1.
Put it'up or I'll yell and bring down concerned, he was much depressed '

:That t then is' the 'effect ofi Mr. Dahlberg's words on Clewiston;* But the house., } mentally. His imprisonment seemed 1 activity to speed the operation.,

v "You 'y-eU-rou: make on. loud f .- --' -. .\-
I of even wider significance is his statement. sound," she said firmly, wondering '*

I'at her coolness-"and I'Jl' shoot 'you 1 ':- I4 I.

I To' the state in general it means that the future .of. the Everglades. is right through the heart." B '- '

Yet even as she faced him i
bravely :'j
assured! .
;.- in ,her heart she was quaking. She ( | j } ;,\, '. ',,'. ,: .' \ i ; ,;/-.*.r .:. ;A <, :, ,: ....

That may on first glance sound.like broad' statement but it is'made; saw of Seaton it all clearly.to discredit It was, to a base make plot a | >l s : ,: ; ;

only after. mature deliberation. scandal, about her. How was she to .
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get rid of this man without alarming '. i"
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Consider for a moment what the effect would be should Mr. Dahl- the house? She 'had visions of I :'. ,. '.. ,
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but it must be admitted that the development of the Everglades would low march downstairs before her | ; ,: ( };> < "

revolver: they might, mee some one I PROGRESS I' '
receive a set-back ranging from '15 25 ; 1
to years should Mr. Dahlberg makea coming: in. If she called for help, ; }

statement directly opposite. to the one he made here. what woulud"* people think? | ..
As they stood facing each other, | > ; : :'tg: .

That his decision wise. she heard a hurried ring at the front E ;: < '
was a one cannot be doubted. That I the .storm :{ .,
door, and excited voices in the hall [j '

affected Ills hodlings is an unquestionable fact, but. again. mature deliberation 1 below. She heard footsteps hurrying | .

on. the matter gives birth to the thought that certainly this captain of upstairs. They stopped before her C 1/' 2.-"" .
door. Clewiston is developing rapidly from 'small commun"
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finance and industry did not come into this section with his eyes closed. "Come in," she cried, "quick.." {; .
: : ity into the center America's New Sugar Bowl.
Into the room burst a policeman ... .
Certainly he knew that there certain hazards jj "
were and being a man 'of-keen ]In uniform and .o! -
the
landlady. With E .
discernment he must surely, have weighed this hazard against the Possi' 1e one leap the policeman was on the I : <: .

intruder and had him in handcuffs. [
advantges and found the ultimate result in his favor. he .
Briefly knew '
that -
Then
Carol fainted.
[ Keeping pace with this growth in the development of ,
that there would: be certain set-backs,, and he knew too that regardless of When she came to, she was in bed, [ .
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service The Clewiston Inn where demand
5- with, Mrs. Murchinson bathing her at increasing public : .t

these setbacks the soil of the northern Everglades was well worth the hard forehead. The policeman and his [[ .- is resulting in the Inn being frequently filled to ,

ship?. & _. prisoner had gone.. !
"Wasn't it ., .
fortunate, Mrs. Murch- .

Mr. Dahlberg's statement as usual carried a strong message, and to inson explained. "Some one saw .. :
that sneak thef \ : .: t,<
cast to the winds all euphemistic embellishments, it is a message to the well 1 door with a skeleton openng keysomebodythat our ifront :1 h > .'. "f : :' : ; ..: : i. I"j >

named calamity howlers to think before the shout. Comparatively speaking knew him-just before you came : ;" ,

i, the storm missed us. We still have our soil and wonderful clime te. The Wasn't in. They it ran lucky and, Miss got the Dore policeman., that the "j ? The Clewiston Inn ,; -(: '

:: sugar cane is safe. Our payrolls are assured. Let then policeman 1 got here just when he ..... .... .. ...( >
us join in our: individual 1 did?" ... ( '

( enterprises in Mr. Dahlberg's well phrased suggestion- _' "Wasn't It?" echoed Carol weakly. '2J ,. : ,'J, M. E. KYNETT '.. ..-,:...::-.>' :
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1" Yet what she was thinking was .,. : '-,' -..\ ,' .

r..' Let Us Forge Ahead Faster Than Ever. that it wasn't luck at all. It was 'j ; .;, .'. < ; ...... :. .:. ;: . ,. '. /. ;. ..; :,:' .
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..' The Atlantic Coast Line has "The man's in love with \; : i'
contracted for the construction of you. ';
eight ;
r and Doris Taylor, sitting cross-legged ; : P.:: <; :),c;;;: .
one half miles of road, extending :;:" < ; :
t., east from Clewiston to the' Lake Harbor on Carol's lounge, nodded her head ; .. t ,

.; development on the Miami canal where emphatically. I
it will connect with the Florida CaCoast's st .., \ '
"What "
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man cried .
Carol \ >
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0 sfanled. : : < : : ;.0- :
mile : : ,
extension .
from the Chosen-Belle Glade; freight station to the Her first thought was that her ': / : ; r

Miami i friend In some had ,
canal. The way discovered

.:'.': of the southeastern shore new east of Lake coast Okeechobee link will comp as a 1 fete line is that already railroad In r.opera loop She her acquaintance had been careful with never Alan to Mason.men /;/ The Center Of, Americans New Sugar !Bo'lvl .Y.'

tion from tion the oung workman to ,Doris, .- 1
... Okeechobce to Chosen. ,
;. not that she was ashamed of him, Clewiston, Fla. Open All Summer e
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but somehow she never had been

:;:' Construction of these new rail links was started after the Southern able to overcome her first Impres 1 tir
I. sion.
that his was a different world
;:' Sugar company, developing an immense acreage in cane lands and erecting from hers. I I With .the exception) of a few eating places in Louisiana the -Clewiston... Inn is gj

t a large sugar mill at Clewiston announced having taken large additional; tracts I '"Mr. Mixer, I mean," said Doris. I the only hotel in the South which serves French Drip Coffee We also serve, tc:
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nonsense
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of replied Carol, I II
Everglades lands into its Maxwell House American
} holdings for future development.-Tan P Morn greatly relieved Coffee. .

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Stiff CampaignIn NOTICE ELECTION OF APPOINTMENO OFFICERS OF New R. R. Grade Line extension and although this

will be longer delayed, tho work will

County May To Be FinishedBy be pushed to completion at the earliest

possible moment, the construe..
I In compliance with Section 249, November 1
Y tion
\c S. I! Open This Week company vice president said.
Revised General Statutes of Florida,
and the Acts amendatory thereto, notice -
that schools should not be mixed is hereby given that the Board The CornelLYoung company also Read the Clewiston News for all
:' e of County Commissioners of Hendry has the contract for the constructionof
with politics His argument Is that the developments in Clewiston and
% I II I County, Florida, at a regular meetingof the extension for the East Coast Hendry county.
he has the qualifications needed for said Board held on the 2nd day railroad from Belle Glade to Miami
of October, A. D. 192S. appointed the
the successful 'discharge of his du- Locks to connect with the Coast
following election officers for each

'. I ties as school superintendent and of the Precincts of Hendry County,, I' '. DR. P. H. JONES, Dentist
\ ... he holds that It should not be'nec s_ i Florida, for the General Election tc t month to the first Saturday of each
be held, on November 6th, 1923. ;i and every month, beginning In No. Moore' Haven Fla.
\ sary for him to declare in favor of Precinct One (1)-Inspectors; J. I vember 1928. ,
R iYA or in o positio:t to any political fac_ G. Allhands, Win. D. Becker, J. E, All persons concerned will govern
'. Beardsley. themselves accordingly. I will be in my office In Moore
l' tion. Clerk; W. C. Owens. !1 W. L. MURRAY

of Royer's candidacy Special Deputy; Robert Crouch. I Chairman of the Board of County Haven.. on the following dates:'
I With the exception
Polling Place; Clewiston Motor Commissioners of Hendry County, l
I the majority of political talkIs Company. ; Florida. Sept.-3-4-S-6-7-8-25

f as yet mere rumor, but rumor Precinct Two (2))-Inspectors; O. ; (SEAL 26-27-28-29.
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founded on accurate information. J. Jackson,' M. J. Bush, M. F. Yoe- Attest: William T. HullClerk. \ Oct.-15-16-17-18-19-20.

r i t The probable political battles to mans 1 .
Clerk; C. Harold Mordoff. I
,
r I I be waked will be James Nicholson Special Deputy; -J, E. Crawford. .
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T I against Hurd I.. Reeves for Tax As Polling Place; Fleming's Building
sessor II A. Rider present county on Park Ave. E. LaBelle.
Precinct Three ((3)-Inspectors) ; J,.
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for
L Gravely
I attorney: against O. H. Booth, R C. Hull, R. V. Hedges. ,,
,: I representative; Carl E.Royer. ,, Clerk; J. P. Pfaff. "q: (} C@1 .Ic l/
against E. L. Stallings for Super I Special Deputy: Lee Yoemans. (

:, intendent of Public Instruction; E. Polling Place: Everett Hotel l W.LaBene. .
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i 1F L. Powell against Dan McLoughlin ,<., .

for sheriff and two. whose candidacy Precinct Four ((4Inspectors:;: ... ,." ..i'.- '

is not yet confirmed planning- to run John Burnett! R. M. Burchard, Char_ I-/. ': \l\:\ r : '.;'" .ttnd

: against Judge W. N.. Henderson.The I lie Green. :'i',' ';" ; .? ,;..'.:' .

Clerk: C. F. Roan.
.ya is expected to be '
campaign
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Special Deputy: E. Dyess. : L vfIo-tf
W. .. (; ?,.J
considerably during the coming "
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speeded "
; Polling Place: Roan's Old Store., .J ",1-
1 week bringing out as definite
I : Precinct Five ((5))-Inspector;, {It\.
I opposition those who now answer ru. G. Carr, M. N. Taylor, Mrs. J, :\,
,: I II Ir morn with an evasive "I haven't decided Fountain.
Clerk; Mrs. J. N. Skelly.
(1iitt'eo
Special Deputy; N. R Tanner. ; 12CY JU1tt4t2CtJ ;;
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''Polling Place Missionary Bap
1 I drug store in LaBelle. ;
tist Church.
His success at these tasks has been Precinct Six ((6)-Inspectors) ; M,
r sufficient to demonstrate that he. H. Silas. Tom Collins. Leonard HOT''

I I can handle the work of the Super I I ell.Clerk ; acne ,g dJ SftcSc'c&ncc 5foJ jd>cPI
L. B. McEwen.
the financial ;
Intendent's office and I
M I Special Deputy; W. M. Hayes.
affairs of the Boaid. Polling Place; Vacant Commissary l/ fl7/JJtrkt
While supervising schools in Building. ) t r e -

I II I :I Ohio, he read law during spare time (SEAL)
I L. MURRAY
W.
M and attended enough sessions of the .
1 Chairman Board of County Commissioners
1I I ', University of Michigan to pass the of Hendry County, Flor
I Ohio bar in 1913. He has never been -
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t law but his knowledge of the sub Willam T. Hull

ject will enable him to advise the Clerk.It. S "j
I AUTOMOBILE REPAIRINGLet
r Board in ''many matters that they .

":. ::' have to handle.Mr. NOTICE OF CHANGE OF COUNTY
i, Royer has the active supportof CO'MMISSIONER'S MEETINGS
!>, e most of the local people who are Notice is hereby given that at the
'I regular meeting of the Board of
f: ; :
e keenly interested in education. They
Ii., County Commissioners of Hendry; us save you money on repairing your old
,' n believe that his education and experience County, Florida, held on the 2nd day;

.,:' r fit him esp'eclally' for this very of October, A. D.said 1928, a resolution car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled

:, ;' ,:',', igrk important position. was passed by Board changing

,',: ,, :,' e They know that he gave LaBellean the time of the regular meetings o workmen and our prices are based on the lowest
: the Board of County Commissioner;:
e excellent, live school that was the
... of the and feel of Hendry County, Florida, from th
,," ,', pride community they possible working conditions.
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first
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month
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rid will do the for the of each every \
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:. ,.:" ); : fi. :..:' ifs county. first Saturday of each :and ever;: Machine welding all kinds of
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cane, :,. :.," ,,"...t'1: ,::',';\,,;.: i''f' ;: "? *_ -* r .,,* : ,*-

automobile. work. '
Carl E. Royer
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: Gays 'Dry Cleaning : '
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,'. tificate from Ohio, the State De :>'!')o'

.';,:: ". partment of Education "was hampeded "/'We have one of the best Dry Cleaning Services. to.,:..be .
restrictions in accepting

'!((. :'). outside ed by many credentials, so "he took the >:' found In. Florida .. ,:;.' ', .....-'.. -, ',... ',,. ." > '':. ,;, .; ,:../:':*... '....'.,,';...<..'::..-
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lti certificate, which was changed, to a : : .
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.; L X necessary teaching experience in I And based on the fact we solicit your patronage.. EFFICIENCY .
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..tr.:.1'.>: .:," tie country school back In Ohio when :, We clean'anything and everything from the floor mops .y.
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;, .: !t: he was fourteen years old, receiving I '

.i.i.....:. f as salary twenty-six dollars a month I'' ..'. to the finest of linen l from the coarser fabrics to the fin :: ?. .

t.. :') and two dollars a month extra for est of Ladies lingeries.

1 : doing his own janitor work.. At .the "
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,.t,.. end of the term the director told "
to. ':' him he was worth every !dollar he '-
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: :. '..; cost the district. He earned .the money '. '. ..Special Clewiston Prices Until October 20th, .1928Men's .We' are equipped to do your building at thelowest

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I his in High : i
: to pay expenses
.. 'f. : ,, ... School and then secured a better :':{: ': .. prices> consistent with the best constru

.. :, his
: "teaching position and paid way
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:01 ,' 1 through college. He took his college c .on. ** s ..
suits (regular price $1.25)) 'cleaned and pressed
degree and went back: where he had

'.:?',i6.;; ",1 ( taught the grammar school, and was $1.00. We use the best workmen and power machinery

.., .,'..:)..:.:: !.' made principal of the new High: Ladies dresses (regular price $1.25 and up) 25 percent
:: School, which had just been built and
t. and services all branches of
[ our cover
; discount. ,
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I ; ; <, was the first High School the town ; .

: '., ;C.I: had enjoyed. construction. . S
I '. :.:. He organized that school and was '

\ :; \. at its head for three years. He left : Our trucks' will be in Clewiston each fJES DAY and '

J that to do advanced colleg work and FRIDAY. .' )

(.i tJ ': eventually .secured a position creak ... .
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where he supervis r
trict ed the Supervisor work of fifty teachers.In Worked picked up either .day will ,be returned the: .next

," this position he received the trl P. :" .' : '."" -, I i j I" "i I : r.,,I iJjr? 1

:I. experience which enables him to' go ", ';;i ;_ ':\;:: ;;>i : :':

! into the schoolroom of any teacher
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2J 2J 2J I i.1.;' ..... good on her job. MR. E. P. ANDREWS \ <"":; ::::0:'.; .. / 'J )

has taught beginners and ele Route -'. :). '
He Representative. '
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a Iv :" '.. 4. mentary grades. and' Algebra, Trig. ;:
i :.' ':..'!; onometry. English. Latin, and all the \

/ : :: other subjects it takes to make a .
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1 L ?, High School, and he understands the -I
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l] problems that confront all the teach.

' ers in their work. '
3* He is a firm believer in the prac.f ay4 CROW

7. education. He has learned I II
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o' flora experience that if the boy 01j r i BROTHERS

j] \ girl can see where they arc goingli1'a

7 to use their education they, ,will be
S General Contractors
S Q' ., more interested In going to chool. It

| He found Domestic Science In the

I LaBelle School but he extended the I' Clewiston Florida

a :;, department to include {children ir

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ABOUT SUGAR "This unit," said Mr. Gray, '

-BY THE WAY HAVE be one oC' the most complete cl

cally driven mills I have ever s

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To the layman the most spec t'e
the dump. After the car 'has' been =
lar work at the mill is the mill p .r Y
F Sunday in West fastened to the platform, the latter I
M. W. Bigg spent "
Miss Margaret L. Shpue national or grinding unit where the caner !r ,rp r
Beach. Accompanying him on Including the car of cane is tipped .
i Palm Red Cross worker] stationed at Clew- passing through the shre 'r ,
from Clewiston were Jules and ,dropping the* cane into the I
the trip at
iston spent Tuesday afternoon starts on its journey through the 1 ,. ,t
M. Burguieres and F. E. Bryant. After .. dump. A seven foot wide carrier, I
Moore, Haven. In charge of the installation ; t,
spending Monday And Tuesday. : in similar to escalators ,in big city dc- "
'. machinery In this part of the ce ,;
Canal Point on business Mr. Bigg -- cane up to the cane chute where it '
I known ) 'j..': ;
: is S. H. Frazier, widely
returned to Clewiston., l' C.; C. Barnes Red Cross worker who, starts on the journey through: ,the r
expert who will also be in chart
-r has been'"stationed 'at ,West Palm shredders, and rollers in the ,first :
the operation of the grinding)
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. R.:".McConna-: ;Beach, ."pent a few days in Clewis process of raw sugar manufacture'I'' ,

chie spent Sunday 'In 'Fort: Myers.. ton, .early. this t' week:.. on buslue&s. The. dump receives a cane. .I when completed.

every six'minutes..
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l .who H 1 E. Fridge and ,Harry Eaton :were Structural steel work In tho main Practically all of the heavy

In a party of Clewistonites, the' hew guests at' the home of Mr.. and ,Mrs.' mill building ,is HOW completed 'Sev- chin yin this department has '.'
supper at
special
enjoyed barracks a Wednesday night were Tom Smith Monday. evening eral sections at the east end were, j installed the work. centering no ;4, .
hotel :
-- left open to permit the installation the installation of the lighter ) '
William G. Ames, Jtr.: and Mrs G. .1 sAt
Cole and Earl Merchant the where thS thick
Heard, Wilber D. of giant pans
W. R. McConnachle' Glenn; spent Wednesday, in Fort Myers on sugar juices or liquor Is bq"ned'd E. J. Kerr, Mr. and ]Mrs E. C. Speer ,, .' I ,
Mis. Jean R Whitman; Mi&s B. business. > With these, Installed the remaining are being installed. These will Y

1 few sections of structural steel :Y i'e'l the bagasse from the mill prop !'
KettI and IL E. Fridge. ----- .
erected. the boiler house and furnaces.L. o

--:- ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Joe GodfreY,.. '. accompanied \ -LAn W. Bergeron who is in char --
Mrs. Frank Bucher and Mrs Tom by Mrs. Claude ,Downs spent '''
In 'electric power line was ti.ed' In erecting the steel said that pro 'I i
uesda afternoon Fort Myers..
Smith spent Tuesday In
: from the Clewiston power plant to in the erection of steel is stead'ythat
Moore Haven.
supply power during the construction more than 90 per cent o
Tom Mitchell\ and 'J. E. Cook o
,Wednesday' period, and this will be used as an work has been completed. The N ,
Rfrom Patterson returned Sebring were i m Clewiston on business -
Tallahassee'were be'spent a auxiliary unit during the, operation of metal roof is about tw o-third '
week.
this ''
the mill. ished. '
few days on business. ': -- 'K4 O I
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.Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. ,
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T. C. Clark of West' ''Palm' 'Beachwas spent Sunday at Brighton 'where" they James Taylor of ,LaBelle was a' Mrs. J. L. Strong, wife of tl

a business visitor' in Clewiston.. I enjoyed a dip in the :.pool followinga business visitor in, Clewiston Wed. cal agent for the Atlantic Coast J I
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Tuesday. delightful dinner. nesdav. '' railroad,' accompanied by their d ,
I ter Nellie have arrived to' make '

Work is now well under way 'on Dorothy Deam, daughter of Paul -- home in Clewiston. They are st 'I
the construction of the new home I Mr. and'Mrs.. E. L Stuart spent: 'ae
.1 Deam of the Hendry County Abs.tractcOplpany at the Watanabe hotel.B .
and tea room for Miss B, Kettl. arrived in Clewiston Sun- the week end in St. Petersburg ,visiting I

Mr., Stuart's ,mother. Foxworthy of Foxworth '
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Frank C. Riclimaun returned this -- ,accompanied by his daughter
Carl D. Royer or LaBelle was m
week from Chicago -where he spent Lois spent a day in Clewiston

the past month on .viisation. day from Manhattan, Kans., where Mrs B. Thomas held high .score business this week. ..
she has been attending school. Wi r
with. Mrs. Claude Downs second ,at' t+'r '
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Frank Wright has returned to an afternoon bridge, in the Watanabe' John Gay of Gay's Laundry

Clewiston from a short business trip Anthony Lehner and A. P. Chris-!: .1 hotel last Wednesday.: Those presentwere another Fort .Myers business v

to Urbana, Ill. toff are now making their' home Mrs. 'n: L. Simpson Mrs.' J. here.

1-- with ,Mr.'and Mrs. C. A. Jackson on E. Bearlsley, ''Mrs. B. Thomas aril :

.Harry Eaton, refrigeration engi- Crescent. Drive. Mrs. Claude Downs. H. M. Sherwood of Fort IV

neer for the Florida pover'and; Light spent a day here on business.E. .

company who spent the past weekin R. C, Manson of ,the Mergenthaler Major Clark' J. Lawrence, I Palm

Clewiston left Tuesday for" Arca Linotype company spent several Beach architect whose latest, work Pearson, builder of the Hop'

dia. He will spend 'c, few' days' at days i in Clewiston repairing the linotype was the,' designing ,of the Duff and buildings spent a day in Clewi

Clewiston on his return to his homein 'company at The Cewiston Bishop residences on_ the ridge was this week.

Miami. N' ws. in Clewiston over the week end.

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:Mrs. R. Y. Patterson- spent. Monday F. L. Williamson-,-president' of the Louis Weatherly of Moore' Havenis Modern In every respect, O.

afternoon in Okeechobee... Clewiston Building Material company now connected with the W. S.' Jeffries will add the last word
I his dairy on the
left$ this week on, a vacation. Harvel seed sompany, of Clewiston. Sugarland high
when he connects his wires to ;
M. Smith of. Lester and Smith He will: visit, Kansas City his former ---.._ f

of Fort Myers was a ,business' "visitor' home and will later go, to Chicago, Several company' garages which light and power lines being ext l
: ed there. That work Is now be .
here Monday.: where he will meet Mrs. Williamsonand [ were damaged during the recent '
done by the Clewiston Power
gbNtopher ;. '* ,,, 1'.. ,. '" :, return to Clewiston. storm have not bee rebuilt. Light company. 1
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tions at various stages. In the upper left hand corner is seen heavy caterpillar tractors mowing down the tall weeds in the 'first operation in preparing the
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inspecting a new (,field with one of his f foremen. \Vhat a combination of good soil and: a capable management can bring about in the way of sugar cane" is"'

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