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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: VOLUME 2-NO- 50 CLEW VISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY DEC.. 7, 1928 -- PRICE 5 CENTS


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W COOLIDGE TOLD [ Highway In Town ( Roads To Fort ,

V.I. Wi Q; I Being Repaired I' irthgr I IBY i Myers Now GoodRoads I U. S. ENGINEERSSPEND .

OF LAKE' NEEDSA

ON THE Repairing the Sugarland highway " '#" '#" "I".t to Fort Myers with the ex. DAY HERE '
through the town limits of Clewis-
ception of less than a mile -on the
LEONARD
AMES
T CLEWISTONF. ton was under way this week: by west side of LaBelle are now .In IN SURVEY WORK
N"E'W' S' county laborers, the, work being. Editor's i
4 ; NptQ; This is the first of I good condition and the trip can be
done by the county under County a series of articles on bridge by Leonard i made with comfort in slightly more

BY TOM SMITH L. Williamson Is Commissioner' W., C. Bill Hooker of Ames who, has collaborated in I than two hours. Data Gathered to Form '.

Spokesman for :Group this district the wrIting''of several books, on Road scrapers have been at workon Basis' '
Marl rock Is fill in O f Report For
being used to
"'- bridge and is recognized as ,an authority. the"" Glades county county roads
Announcement made this week of Seeking Federal .Aid the bad places and the state high. Flood
The first of his articles deals from Moore Haven to LaBelle and control of, Ok -
:
the separating of the Western.Union. In Flood Control 0 f way through the community ''now with. '"Average Probabilities". and it Is believed that when they have chobee. '- :

tI service from the Okeechobee compares favorably with the_ ,streetsof next week's article will deal with completed that work, they will be i
'
Telegraph railroad and, the the townsite which main- _
are "Initial Suit Bids. Mr. Ames will put on the Moore HavenClewistonroad Further,
in the
'. Office- establishment of'a tained by the Clewiston company. also questions directed progreess move to \
; answer
.. .. on bridge near Liberty Point.
get federal assistance in
local Western Un. Keen Interest In the problems of to 'the Clewlston New providing i
. or Is interesting news to those flood control In the northern Ever. flood control measures for Lake
office
i ion Average ,Probabilities
glades of Florida Okeechobeewas! made this week when .
the development of' Clewls uas expressed by MERCHANTS GET PUBLIC
following UTILITY
Bridge ,is not an exact science, nel. two
A year'ago we were' fortunate to President Coolidge last week in a government engineers. Major J.
ton. ther-is medicine
of
conference with a Florida delegation neither are many W., Paxton_. !and Lieutenant ColonelL.
have Western Union service connect. EN COUR AGEMENTINXMASMOVE the other great Were
sciences
;k ed with the railroad but the volumeof headed by 'Glenn SkD repullcan bridge just like mathematics-were it RATES HERE ARE V. Frazier, United States district
engineer! ,' spent a day in this section
business has steadily until national 'committeeman. from Florida ,
grown exact i dEtafl-it would'not
and F.L. Williamson I every. Wednesday studying conditions to
the Western Union company conservative president of BELOWAVERAGEComparison
be gameThere
a
findsIt the New niter Lake; Okeechobee) and form the basis of a report to the
I in Its expansion now
is, however Law of Averages
.. a
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.
federal
government.
office inde. Calobsahatchee Navigation association. or---- '
necessary to open an Trend Toward Heavier .upon which the ,game Is based FavbrableWitli Arriving at Moore Haven 'a't ten
pendent of the railroad. Of itself: the ., Guesswork' and luck small .
play very
Although the local people were interested o'clock Wednesday morning the government -*
opening of a Western Union office is Local Buying Is parts, and while good, cards do help, Many of"The
in men were met by F. L
having the president in- .
not a piece of news to cause the en. the Law of Averages applies in the "
Cines"Study
ReportedA 'Larger Williamson, president of the New
,
at elude the need of federal flood con \\
tire north to openmouthed
gape long run, and each ,player holds ,cards
trol measures in Lake. OkeechobeoIn River, Lake Okeechobee and Caloosa.,
this bit of fortune for the northern
have beenf' his message to congress, President: noticeable trend I toward greater ,which are, as good: ,as those ,held by of rates for electric light hatchee Navigation association, who
Everglades, but to us who '
Coolidge explained that the message' enthusiasm for local buying of his opponents. Of utmost_ importance heat and power in several cities and 1 1 I drove'' them through the properties of

: <' following, the Clewlston's move is another growth of,accurately the I at that time. was already in the hands II Christmas gifts on'.the part of home therefore'< !s.a- knowledge of the de. communities shows_ Clewiston! to beenjoying I the Southern ,Sugar company between

: indications of Clewiston steady of the printer and it was impossibleto people was reported this week by termining factors of the game of a rate that compares favorably here and Moore Haven ppint. ,
many
revise it. ClewIs ton merchants who believe that the probalilities.? !. with cities i many, times the size ing out the cane fields and attend

progressG' The chief' executive was expressly every' indication points to the ''success This ,knowledge can be gained by of, Clewiston while ?rates hero, are ant activity as indicative of what can

.. The visit during the 'past week of attentive, 'Mr. Williamson said and of their move to encourage Christ' learning, what usually happens. ,in much lower than those in communities be accomplished i in the northern Ev..

Frazier to asked several questions concerningthe mas buying'at home, which Was start .bridge I under, certain circumstances where conditions are more closely erglades;
Colonel I
Major Paxton and
Clewiston is im- section here. He also said that ed several weeks ago. The Law ,of Probalilities! .applies in ,parallel with Clewlston.In Successful drainage here was also

Engineers, portant 'step an in the (while he had ''read of ,the flood! in For the first 'week, it 'was 'reported, every sphere ,of life, and similarly, :Sebring'which ''IS a larger community stressed and both Major Paxton and

Herework' to secure fed 'Florida he had ,not< ,been advised that I I the local people were apathetic but In' this game. than Clewiston the electric Colonel',Frazier were impressed,, with

eral assistance In any special remedy was needed at as the merchants '''followed the cam. $Bridge Is a ,struggle between prob. light rate is :16 cents per k.w for the .what has been done along this line

Lake this time, and those who were pres. ,ai consistently. the increase in interest ;abilities, governed, by simple math first 13 kilowatt hours, 15 cents for From the cane fields the visitors I',
Okeechobee.
control
flood on
As brought out at the lucheon tendered ent at the conference interpreted this II In Ibcal buying increased and I matical principles and "hunches"governed the next 36, 14 cents for the next 50, Inspected the new; 1,500 ton a day" I

the ClewistonInn to mean that had the need of federal 'at present the 'merchants' feel 'that ,, by guesswork. Those who 13 cents for the following 50, 11 cents sugar mill, where Mr. Williamson,
the visitors at I
assistance in flood control work been they will get a substantial amount of rely upon the former will in the long,' for the next' 100 and 10 cents for all Mr. Bishop and Mr., Ames explainedthe
appreciate activities -
cannot
truly
I one
let. definitely brought to President Coo- the Christmas money spent by Clew. run be average winners; those: who additional. large scale ,on which the operations -

ter accounts here from and the newspaper engineers or fol., lidge's attention, he might have in. istonites. rely ,upon the latter, will in the ,long Moore Haven rates are 15'cents of"'the Southern Sugar company

Q lowing the arrival, here were sufficiently eluded it in his message to congress. Following ,up their campaign of run' beaverage bec'ome- losers. per' k.w. for the first 20 ,hours, 14 : are ,being conducted.. I

interested to continue their The conference which was arrang.ed buy at home many of the local mer. To proficient in adding, for the next ten; 13 for the next.ten, Problems of this section were fur. '

survey around the south end of the by Mr. Williamson through ,Glenn i chants are arranging attractive displays subtracting', multiplying, and divid. 12 for the next, ten, '11 for' the next ther discussed shortly' before .noon, !
I
Skipper was considered successful In of gift suggestions and the ing, you study arithmetic Having, ten and ten cents for the next ten. when those present In addition to the I
lake.That will be favor
able.was intimated their'report during their visit. every detail and while President Coo. Clewiston Supply company has goneto this knowledge, :you need merely fa. Stove and power rates in Moore 'Ha. visitors were F L. Williamson, Captain
'
That it will have good effect will lidge did' not commit himself as the extent of issuing a special miharize yourself with the average ven are 10 cents per kw. for the F Deane Duff, general manager i

of either in favor of or opposed to fed booklet containing a number of ap. probalilities of the game to fortify first 100, nine 'cents for the next 100; of the Clewiston company, P. G. !
the
depend on ability higher gov.
** ernment authorities to fully the eral assistance in Lake Okeechobeeflood propriate gift suggestions, which com. yourself with the ,knowledge that will eight, cents for the next'' 300. and 7.12 Please Turn To Page 8
grasp
t situation. control, it was agreed by those pare 'favorably both in quality with benefit you ,at every turn. I cents for all above.

.' present that he appeared to be favor. the goods offered by mail order houses It is ,only after having realized ,this ,Electric' light, power and heat, ratesin

j I -Bill Harris and able to the project.CLEWISTON. but the local concern's prices. are I that .you ,may permit psychology,, and Clewiston_ are as follows!: PLANS COMPLETEFOR
Two local men, frailties '
human to play part- ,
a
substantially lower. I Lights-15 cents :per k.w. for: the
Dan Allen this week purchased two ,
The "Christmas.shoppiug-atJhomel; 'small. part jn your game first 50 hours; 14 'cents' for the next
," : *:-' -'-" of the newly coin- i ASKS move was started several "weeks: ago I "A 'proficientTplayer: ,in the. habit I of, 50, 11 cents for .the, next"'Ir400 andS BAZAAR ON'NEXT'TUESDAY
Local Men pleted three room chances wf11' tell
how
taking daring
by Clewiston merchants when their cents for all over.
.'" I ...,c; Buy Homesbungalows south attention was called ,to the amount he made a game by his "poker"method Stove rate is 6 cents per k.w. for

of .the present lo. COUNTY SOLONS :of mail order and ouLof.town buying of bidding or playing, but.Jie the first 20, 5 cents for the next 20
cation of Celotextown. That these
whis
that was done in the purchase of last will not encourage you to folio and 4 cents- for all over. 'j
two homes were purchased'by men year's Christmas methods.He. will tell you, that he Please turn to 8 7
who habe been in Clewiston for a FOR MORE ROADS gifts! page Ladies Aid Will Add
a Please Turn To Page 8 possesses "card sense", and knows
few years and are now listed among when ,to take desperate,chances Until Movie To General ;:

\k**). of those the who mill,came brings here out after two important the start Board. Of Viewers To Be STANDARD OIL known you acquire as "card that sense"fourth" or dimension become' NEW TELEGRAPH Plan :4

points to be considered;. first that Appointed! To a '"desperado," you will, In the end J
r the demand for homes is such that Plans are nowcomplete for the
r. Make STATION"OPEN be one thousand times ,more accept OPEN
even those listed, as old residents ReportA able In the eyes and ears of your associate OFFICEJO Christmas bazaar to be given' by. the I I

,.J must be accommodated, and the sec. players, If' you follow, the average Ladles Aid of the Clewlston ,Commu. I
ond and if possible more important, petition for the, establishment of Growth '
55 OOO Arobali sties,' of ,the game, for Of ,Business De- nity .church next Tuesday which calls I
: is the faith in Clewiston's future that county roads in the Clewiston dis. Gallon ,Bulk Station ,
\ you will then retain, their confidence 'mandIndependent, for, a.full day from 'the time the doors
Is Indicated in the purchase. Here trict and the request that boardof -
a Is Completed and the envILble.title. of being ,a dependable (i
i f' are' two men who have seen Clewis. viewers, be appointed by the county partner. Branch Here .of ,the salesroom of the Clewiston I'

I ton grow from a small town and their commission was presented to the Here" dealt Motor company open at ten o'clock .:
having
The' cards been you I
purchase'1 was based on this knowledge county commission at the regular Completion of the new bulk' .station Should hold thirteen cards in your Through; the ribrts'ot;B. 'C. Spear in. the morning. 'until the last article I ;

l and not on optimistic sales meeting in LaBelle last local real estate broker the' "Western, is sold tit auction that night tIn
any Saturday. of the Standard .Oil company at hand You, will,. in all probability,
talk. delivered by an enthusiastic The petition was granted and a boardof Clewiston, was' officially announced find that you-possess every suit. One Union Telegraph company will open .addition, to ,the attractive displays I

salesman Ii Home 'buying by ,old rest viewers will be appointed. The this week with' the, turning of the of? the suits' may 'contain five cards. its new office in the Hopkins block In' the various booths, it Is :

dents is the greatest display of faith roads In the Clewiston district ask.. station over' the ,local agents, the If, you' dealt the cards. one thousand January 1. This will place that office planned to serve refreshments throughout

r, V any.' community -can, ask. ed for are: Beginning at the south. tClewiston' Building Material com. times you, would find that you, will l "In the ''heart: of' Clewiston ,, and the day consisting of coffe sand.
t. ; east corner 'of section 16, township much better service will be renderedto wiches, and home made cakes and
pany.
not 'hold the same ,hand twice. ,This
I ; tii.. ;"', Comparison- Clewlston's electric '43 south range 34 east thence west The new)' station 'on the Industrial is called the distribution of- the cards. the people. Heretofore the tele.graph salads. '

.I r.\"' ..". .'. !light and power rate shows this community along south ,line of said section 13 .canal consists of two buildings, one ,By dealing the cards thousands, of service 'has been handled by Checking up on the various committees -

:.... t 0 have) and sections 21, 28, 33 and 4 to the for the general offices ;'and' a 'build- times, what usually happens luntlsh.es the railroad which limits to a great. late this week :Mr. William

,.. .. *t Public rates which corn- south quarter corner of section 4 ing at the' rear to hold the' storage the',basis of all guides in bidding extent the local service. Money G. Ames general chairman announced i

H s Utilities pare favorably township 44 south.range 34 east; tanks. This method, produces .what Is known transfers can 'be 'made 'through the everything'' to be in readiness for

: with' many of the beginning at the north quarter The capacity: of the new tation as '"average probabilities_ ,* 'and some new office and telegrams will be: de the ,opening of, the door and the bazaar -

larger cities of the state and far 'beIow 'corner' 'of section 13, township 43 will ,be 20,00 I gallons'I gasoline, 10,. 'of them are as follows: livered within fifteen 'minutes after successful is expected to be one of the most
several communities much south range 33 east, thence ''south their the local events of the kind ever attempted
larg. 000 gallons of kerosine; 10,000 gallons 1. That you may never hold the receipt by operator. '
er than the present Clewiston. From through center of said section 13 and of' distillate and '4,000 gallons of oils same hand,, twice. A ''new operator will arrive here in Clewiston.

the time the first electric light bill sections 24, 25, 36 and '1 to the and' greases.Gus 2. That every player holds one suit some, time this month: ,. and the installation 1 ,Members> of the committees have I

was submitted to a consumer following south quarter corner 'f'section 1 ''McGhee who was, formerly con. of"at least' four cards. of equipment will be start:- been_ working steadily on attractive r

t : the perfection. of Edison's inven. township, 44 south range 33 east; 3 nected with the Clewiston Motor 4. That ,four' out of five hands will ed very soon. articles for the past few weeks while

., L, ion, there have been complaints, beginning at the northwest corner company has been named as managerof not' contain a suit' of more than five The officials of the Western Union other workers are planning last min ,
; which' in'' some' cases 'were justified, I of section 17 township 43 south range the stationConstruction. cards. after looking over the to\\usite and II ute' surprises In the way of homemade

I I. but in Clewiston while complaints 33 east thence south along the west of the new bulk sta. 3. That the most even distributionof realizing the plans of The Clowiston, cakes and preserves. I

t have been few, it would be well fort lines of sections 17, 20, 29, 32 and "5 tion for the Standard Oil company cards is 4333. company for the future developmentof When the ''plans for the bazaar were \

t i II., .' those with a comvlaIntin mind 'to 'to the southwest corner ,of section 5, here fills a community need, since 5. That if you hold a freak or ab. the business section adjacent to first: announced Mr. Ames was In j,

'. first make a comparison of local Please Turn To Page 8. the nearest bulk station was formerly normal distribution: of cards, the the Civic Center were, complete and Shreveport, La., and for several I

1, rates with those in other communi. in Moore Haven and it was neces. Please turn to page 6 comprehensive: decided it was the Please Turn To Page 8 ,

ties, WOMEN TO HELP IN sary to carry the gasoline, kerosine, logical location for tho new office.

BEAUTIFYING. STATION oils and greases from that point. BASKET BALL LEAGUE TWO LOCAL MEN BUY ;

:f. Next Sunday will mark the first PLANNED AT CLEWISTONPlans Sunday Is FirstAnniversary CLErVISTON HOMES i

.-f of the start of work on The beautification I
anniversary committee of Felda 1 Cucumbers Of Two Clewiston residents moved
Clewiston's big. the Clewiston Woman's for basket ball league Into :
club will a newly completed homes this
' 1 Sunday sugar mill and a cooperate with the engineering department Bring $4.50 Per composed of teams from communities Mill Work StartNext week and the fact that both are I

:' .v .. Anniversary profitable ten minutes of the Clewiston com Hamper In North in South Florida were discuss. old residents of Clewlston shows
.
J /' can be spent pany in beautifying the grounds I ed atIn organization meeting of Sunday, December 9 will the demand for homes here.

j r on that day summing up the combined around the new Clewiston passenger I Three cars of cucumbers are being the Clewiston team Wednesday mark the first anniversary of the Bill Harris who Is employed In

i activities of Clewiston during station of the Atlantic Coast shipped each week from the Felda night in the offices of the Cornell- breaking of ground for construction the accounting department of the

-9 ;.: ;... the past year. The mill of course was Line railroad here, It was announced packing house. Each car holds 512 Young Construction company. of the new 1,500 ton a day mill of Clewiston company moved into
"
.; :- the biggest achievement, but how, this week. hampers. They report that the priceis The first game was scheduled for the Southern Sugar company whichis one of the three room bungalows

,1 r:. many countless other benefits can General beautification plans call $3 to $4.50 a hamper. Three cars Thursday night when the local now nearing completion.At rec'ently completed by the Clewls !

J we think of since the first spadeful for improvement of the grounds of cucumbers are being shipped by five were to meet Moore Haven in that time, Governor Martin turned ton company 'and the other new

T1:. of earth was' turned on December 9, which will make the Clewiston independent growers this week. the high school auditorium in that the first spadeful of earth in Civic home owner In Clewiston is Dan ,

( I'" 1927 by Governor Martin- ? Railroads station one of the most ,beautiful I The Felda section is one of the community.Details of the game I Center park, while an observer on Allen who 'Is connected with the .

r have pushed forward; highways have on the ridge division of the Coast most prductive agricultural sectionsof were not available before going to top on the water tower gave the sig.. Clewiston Supply company. I

!. been built, beautification work car. Line and dirt is. now being hauledto tho county and the territory is press. nal to men at the mill site south of Both have been In Clewlston for '

,;. ried on in the community; new: homesr' make a gentle slope from the also famous for Its watermelons, ,Members of the local basket ball town and work was officially started. a number of years and the homes I

.,2 built and sold on completion; new tracks level to the street. Mrs. Felda farmers for the past few years organization are Bo Hardison, captain December 9 Is really Clewlston's which they bought are two of the

:j stores' built and new businesses added William G.Ames. Is chairman of enjoying the distinction of being the Paul Alston, 'Sanders Morgan, first birthday for it Is since 'that date I first group of ten ordered by the i

b. 'I to the community and as the back. the beautification committee of first each season to ship Florida wa. ,. G.T.. Wright Bill Young, Henry that this place has grown by rapid I Clewiston company to help relieve

ground for all these, a constantly the Woman's club. termelons north. Storey, R. Cottrell, J. L. Morganand strides from a small town into a I II the house shortage problem here.

.. growing payroll. Please turn to page .6 Doug Douglas. I thriving community.
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The Clewiston News CABBAGES AND KINGSIf desirable Florida publicity in an excellent picture scene near Clewiston
Successor to The Clewiston Progress
showing growth of Japanese hybrid sugar cane 22 feet high. This variety of
Entered as second.class matter February 8, 1928, at the post officeat j
sugar cane has been Introduced In the Lake Okeechobee region and'13 thriv..
Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. anything could be more wonderful climatically than the past week In
Ing to perfection Reproduction of such scenes constitutes desirable con
Clewlston, we'll order two of each. __
LOUIS A. MORGAN , Publisher. structive publicity which' reacts to the benefit of, all sections. the state.-


TOM SMITH . ', . Editor. The newK: ettl tea room is a great asset to the community.Delightful. Sarasota Times. ;

r Subscription Rates atmosphere, reasonable prices, wonderful food, and of importance to us of
Seventeen' more days to Christmas and getting almost too late to do
Gargantuan tendencies In eating-lots of It. : V'
By mall outside of Florida By mail In Florida your Christmas shopping early ,

One year $2.50 One year $2.00
,
1.50 Six months 1.09 With spring in the air In December here at Clewiston, looks like Edith.
Six months Ten Inches of snow in South pend a week: ago ,whiTe In Clewiston. the-
Three months 1.25 Three months .75 Becker might oblige .with another of her popular poems. 9
greens on the golf course for winter play.

'1' NEWS' PLATFORM f ,
I with tf'an portation Seventeen days to Christmas and only four to the Ladies Aid Christmas
1. Definite- control of Lake Okeechobee water But many people of the north are rapidly appccrfating the' wisdom of
i' 2. Early completion of the, blghways for local transportation and bazaar "-
wintering in Florida. 1
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concentration of products. Sunday's: rotogravure section of the New York Herald-Tribune contains ___ ?,ft"1]
a. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and The Newark N. J.News. said editorially: "The gentlemen, who is driv_

other products of this region to the northern markets. ing to Florida In a five passenger sedan again is advertising for two gentle-

:. 4, The fill functioning of a cooperative' marketing association for
An Accidental l
both buying and setting purposes. Accomplice men or a couple to go with him and share expenses;: the high: pressuresales* ;.

salesmen who rival the nomads In love for' change' scene' are: packing
n
\ FRIDAY DECEMBER 7, 1928 BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON sons for 0 the day The reading select. their grips; the families that have adopted the' gypsy outlook: on life are
.
Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran & ed happened to be from the First
Company Epistle of John: getting the Ford ready for the road. The sheltering palm again beckons

:' This, then, is the message whichwe Florida is ready for them all.-A complete line of sunshine has been stocked *

,:. STANDARDIZATION "Where' are you going?" he asked. have heard of him and delcare
and as for balmy airs the supply Is advertised as inexhaustible. Sidelines
,
: ,-\ "I don't know, Carol replied, her I unto you, That God Is light and in
In view of the fact that this section of the northern Everglades is potentially voice Intense with hatred and scorn. Him is no darkness at all. of wide white hard beaches, fully equipped' with, pleasant; salt water

the greatest winter farming area In the country, a recent article by "I don't care-anywhere, anywherein If we say that we have fellowshipwith orange groves fairly dripping luscious fruit, motor drives over' roads so
the world way from you, from Him, and walk in darkness, we
,; 0. G. Strauss federal supervising inspector of the Federal-State Shipping, the home of the coward who betrayed lie, and do not know the truth. smooth one hardly notices them-they are all' ready Good: old Florida..

\ Point Inspection service, should be interesting to farmers of this section my father. How could you-know. As he reads the words, it came to The forty-seven other states of the u .lon' with the possible' of California--

ing he was innocent, let him be sent him with deep: conviction that he, salute you.Good hunting! -.
7 Pointing out the importance of standardization, Mr. Strauss says: to prison? How could you?" Horace Triggs, minister though he

: Dr. Triggs staggered back as if was, had 'gone far away from fellowship -
In older to standardize it Is necessary first to establish grades specify ,
'0, she had struck him in the face. with God and that he had been ,
r' .
ing definitely the quality of the various classes. This has been done by the "But, my dear Caiol.-"the rector walking in darkness. He read on- Dentist i
DR. P. H. JONES'
,
r began brokenly. aloud, his voice echoing the soul-bat. AnnouncementOur -

U. Department. ,,of Agriculture after extensive study both at,point of origin "Don't try to explain," said the tie that raged within him: Moore Haven Fla.
in theHOPKINS ,
k 'and destination These official grades have been published and cover prac. girl, "my father's in prison, a convict "If we confess our sins, He is offices are now open a

and yet I'm proud to be his faithful and
to
1: daughter. just forgive us our BLOCKOffice I will be in my office In Moore J
tically all fruits and vegetables With grades established and generally rec- I know he's innocent. I know he is sins, and to cleanse us from all un.
'
there because he isn't a coward, be. righteousness." Hours: 9 to 12-1:30: tb 5 Haven on the following dales:
nized'by the trade it is to the interest of the grower and shipper to pack,, in
!, .. cause he dared fight for what he believed Again and again he read the words
DR.L.. M.NOBLE.
Nov. 5.6-7.8l9-.10-26-2r:
'accordance with them, not only because standardization is the proper 'thing to be right, because he dared Like a light from ,Heaven, the way

fI f\ oppose Prosper Strong." opened up before him. He must do ( Dentist 282930.:
I I' but because of the direct bearing it has on practically all other phases of I Dec. 1.17.18.19.2&21-2Z.: .
Protestingly, Dr. Triggs raised his his duty. He must confess his !sin.

marketing. hand, trying to check the angry flow In no other way could his soul be l

of words, but she went on relentlessly shiven of its wickedness. He must .. .
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Sales :ca not.be, made; in a really business way unless the I commodity isstandardired. her. voice tense, earnest, condemning publicly proclaim his cowardly wrong 1 I 1 I

s < Brands may be tied into this but the real basis of sale i : doing,' come what may loss of pres- : .
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;':'. must be made according to grade Sales made on any other basis allows the ter, than places He would confess : .. .. ,, : :..:>: } S I IoO'
your: daughter, Dr.Triggs.. and seek 1-;,.."' ,I' ,,'.\',''-... ;- ... ,-,,.. ..'':- .' .'" '-"I -:.\..,J'.. ,. -,I.- '/ "' _. ,''', 1 .
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': My father, in prison be forgiveness .
; every even can '
; buyer: privilege of refusing to accept on arrival, Inasmuch as the ship. .
.. .... happy His soul is clean. Your I soul! With his face uplifted to Heaven, 1 1 I

,per cannot pr9ve, he delivered;: the quality expected by; the buyer When, writ- is )'eIiow, stained? with cowardice, with all the solemnity of a new con. 1 yiii APPEARANCE li

'.; ten and official:specifications for the various. grades are used .and sales are with sin. You may never be found II secration, he recited aloud., as a .1

,.,: out. You may never go to prison. pledge to himself: ,
: made on the basis of these. grades I a contract on quality has 'been made as Your ambitions may all come true. I "I will do that which is right in

well as on quantity, size, etc: Market information on prices and information : Your daughter may marry Beverly the sight of the Lord."

Weeks, But in your heart :you always Strangely comforted, he was sitting

prices being received'in other sections shipping, the same commodity Is very I'must despise yourself, as I despise debating with himself the best meansof .'. ';H ;" i 1 I Ij

important.. to selling organizations.. To be of the most value it is necessary you, as your own daughter will de- carrying out his determinationwhen 1 ; .: \,., ,..:' ':>: :..'
spice if she ever finds out there came a knock at his
that this you you .
information. obtained on the basis of grade so that comparisons \
Abruptly she turned and fairly ran study door. P atronize ., :j, : 1 '
i' intelligently. be.made. If comparisons. are made in prices on wide variations II' to the front door. Dr.Triggs, has "Mr.Prosper Strong is calling, he :j ( "i'. '. :. ,

of quality'they can be of little value. Advertising is receiving more at face ashen, stepped forward as if to butler announced 1 : ; :

i stop her, and then apparently chang- ."Show him in," he said grimly, his I I P
tention and used to greater extent each Your Home
;year to increase consumption in '
face set and his ablaze with
I ing his mind, retreated abjectly to II I eyes a 1 .
the markets already used and to open up new markets and outlets: To enter his study. His nerves all overwroughtby marty'rs fervor. 1 1 1 1

into her attack on him, he knelt and He was dimly conscious as he waited :
any'advertising campaign without ,
standardizating the product is purely
:'' tried to pray. The phrases that he Strong's coming of a ,sharp pain \ : .d\; Laundry. i ,""

;1 a waste of money Advertising can and does secure new consumers but the knew so well-words that for yearsin around his heart., He was having dif t -'.,',.J':'. .': 1:

quality; delivered will be the determining factor of whether Mr. Consumer public he had reverentially recited i ficulty In breathing. 'The strain of :

to him, he could not the trial and its denouement! had
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buys the second time. Practically all other phases of marketing are as much dared not, say them. worn him far, more, both physicallyand 1 : CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRYClewiston ': 1

affected. by standardization. as the few. mentioned here. With the guilt of John Howland nervously, than he had any con.

Dare's conviction his soul how ceptfon of. But, though weak in body, '
How
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secured
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could he approach into the presenceof in his soul there was no wavering. 1 1 1 1

; found so far and that Is rough rigid inspection. Inspection will cost money his Master, the Master whose faith. His mind was made up. Inspired by 1 .... I. 1
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i l but will pay'for itself many times by producing a standardized product.,Hap. ful servant he professed to be? For the' words of the Apostle, he had put 1 1 1

many minutes he knelt there, in a his cowardice forever to flight.He oj- Ji:. ; ; ': ', .. -: I.. .

'I hazard methods of marketing cannot exist long with heavy production and desperate soul struggle. He realized was set on doing his duty, his dutyin 1 ,T .. ::,.. .'.' 1

!,'x. : 'keen competilon. When the demand far exceeded the supply practically any :j I now-too late-into what shamefulsin the sight of- God and of men, cost :,;; :c, ':,.;, ':i"t.:; ;: ; I;"- .'i> ':;. ," ;i! }<" < ,

had been led by his love of what it might.
old system would work. With greater production and a more even balance he 1 1
approbation and power, by his weak Prosper Strong entered, brusque, 1 ., 1

between. demand and supply It, requirer stricter and better business methods fears, his cowardice. forceful, dominant always,his\mariner 1 1 "I.,,'I" : 1 1

"( to handle the increased production profitably His conscience told him that only revealing nothing of the Inward 1 ,. 'r 1 1
himself perturbation he had felt ever since \'r
J| % To assist in this standardization work the Federal Department of Agriculture in one way could he purge is'n .
he had discovered that Triggs Cleanliness Godliness
could he approach God's throne withclean Dr. l .;. L.. t t ,
and the Florida State Marketing bureau cooperating, offer to any hands and pure heart. He must knew of his guilt. ,

financially interested party an inspection service covering fruit make confession of his sins.He. "I owe you an apology Dr.Triggs. ," ;ii ( : ( ;; : : '. : '" i,: N
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grown'in the stale. This is a self'supporting service and the applicant and must tell those damning fact he check. "I promised you long ago 1 : .; 1

is required to pay a nominal fee per carload inspected. This entire, fee goes accidentally had 'learned. Yet, aL I'd do something for your Home 'for 1 1 ,1

confronting him like a terrify Church.going Working Girls, but 1 .... .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. ......... .. .. .1
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pay cost of the service. The. inspector is on the ground during the I've been exceedingly occupied. I'
the knowledge that
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pack. He will issue ertlficate didn't get around to it until today.
a certifying to the quality grade condition, this meant arraying himself against
: Here is fifty thous-"
time of packing and will assist in'securing and maintaining a good grade and Prosper Strong. ..
Sternly the rector waved aside the .
He realized that this would involve. .
also condition of the car equipment These certificates are'accepted as prima proffered check, as something in his .
do it.He wearI1yfrom .
He dared, not rose
facie evidence in courts of the United States and Florida.: his knees, and reading the les expression made Strong pause ab- '
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Clewiston a small community on the southern shore of Lake Okeecho- t

bee on the fringe of the Everglades will have one of the brightest thanks.. REPAIRINGLet j are proud of the fact that .we have e

givings in history. The, chamber ,of commerce of Clewiston has just compiled .
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some interesting figures reflecting the prosperity of that immediate ,
,, helped to make Clewiston a thriving city.
section during the past year which is responsible for the general ,optimismof ,
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the townspeople Clewiston's most fortunate happening during the past us save you money on repairing your old
We are pioneers in the Barber Business.
year was its escape from a devastating hurricane of September. There werea '
car Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled
few houses unroofed but otherwise the town escaped unharmed Other '

blessings to the community were the construction of the 1,500 ton a day workmen and our prices are based on the I lowest '.- '. \ .

sugar mill. and the planting. program of 12,000 acres of sugar, cane by the, possible working conditions.I. M". ?. ;:,;::c-,:\;.':*".i>...:;J.,::." ',_IT PAYS. ..0.::"' .r:. I ,..

Southern Sugar company, the construction of the Clewiston-South Bay road i \

affording well paved highway to the east coast; the awarding this month I To patronize our shop.
all kinds of
Machine shop acetelynwelding I
6f contracts for the Clewlston.LaBelle road a 31 mile stretch across Hendry .. ,

county; the extension of.the Atlantic' Coast Line railroad passenger' service 'automobile work.

from Moore Haven to Clewiston around Lake Okeechobeo tapping the rich I CLEWISTONS: PIONEER ER'SHOP'

sugar cane lands of the northern Everglades, and the construction of 45 new

buildings in Clewiston to help relieve the house shortage problem 1 : :. .
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if we wish to see the bright side.-Bradenton Herald. LINCOLN FORDSON '.:"'.-" ." '.. ..

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; ; Dr. Strayer said, asserting that the San Antonio Congressman McCloi-
:DRASTIC CHANGES county board of education should be key and two other officials were Indicted .
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elected by popular vote, as at present by the grand jury for election
I I :,4,RECOMMENDED FOR but with the advantage in pro frauds Tuesday .
viding for overlapping terms and fora -
board of seven members, selectedat
: FLORIDA SCHOOLS large for the whole county. Rio Do .Janiero.-Twelve lives were -
6 "It Is only upon the basis of sucha' lost when a party was going in a
i reorganization that there is a reasonable hydroplane to meet Brazil's favorite

' Appointment Of Supt.! expectation of equalizationof flyer who returned 'home today ) ., '.' '.' .
}, Recommended By educational opportunity throughoutthe Their hydroplane plunged into the :
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country," Dry Strayer concluded. sea. ,
i ,. Dr. Strayer
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t j. Orlando.-Fundamental changes In St. Louis.-Three men escaped witha Chicago.-The I Business -
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the administrative organization of the ,", million dollars worth of checks ami air mail route : : : I.
.. Florida school system. are required to |I from a bank I today. ... .'
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... t. produce the best results Dr. George '
r.;; : D. Strayer, of Columbia university.'f I ---- ', -. '
director of the Florida educational ;: := =:= = = : : = : :. :-=:=:= = =-= : : ::::: = : : = ; .1 ... ..,.;' ... .!. .,.- ." 'i '': '''!'.' 'f. ...... .',i "j'l ....: .;;"J. ..,.. .. ,' :

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ASSOelatiOn// l:,. : -Y ;,' ; :' /'
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The survey, authorized by the leg. :; "I"
t.. islature, of 1927, has been completed ':', .; _..,. ... :.,.. .:..;;..;,,', ....., .,:. ,\o-'S;,;';' .;" _,':.':. .. : :}. ;: '" have found in the ne wKettle Tea Room .
ed, Dr. Strayer said, and will propose ..... :I...: .. I 'j,
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the abolition of the present ex.offlclo :, ,: ; ;:- :' : ,( ,'. a quality of food unsurpassed and a '
",; board of education and creation of a < :,:: ,:5t 'rr-. ; :
: new board to bo appointed by the ;:,: ; t: : ; t '; ;<; : promptness of service which means so ,.' ::1
r. governor.Among other proposals Is I : .. .
1': .the elimination of special tax districts I I I : ''.,. :.... GENERALCONTRACTING', ,\'"..&;. : <-r: .;, much_ when minutes count. ,.( ::. ;a J
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_ that allow wealthy communities .:, : -
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select the state superintendent ofj i i -
public instruction Instead of having I Q 4ri '
him elected by popular vote as Is I 14 S 1 I irI
}' now the practice.. At present, the ex- Mill Work ;

official 'board of education Is compos .' .'.. : .
ed of the governor, secretary of state >: I
treasurer, attorney-general) and superintendent ,3 r 4 'f. ?
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t, ; Politics of public Discussed instruction. : : I;

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er, recommends that the only way in
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which the state may hope to obtain (
the highest type of service Is through .I .
treasurer, attorney-general, secretarythe '. :' l: ::'> I : I

selection of a state superintend '>\\t. : { .. 1 f
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or commissioner of education with '. .' .... (. ..,... "'J'J': : ",", ,, t. .
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the majority of votes cast'in an election I !: '
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"The appointment by the governorof Save money by.consulting us.' I I d
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a board of education, made up of ? : :
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1\ outstanding citizens holding no other Our reputation is our I ; n
r public office, will provide for the '\ ..t' ..
r state a group of men and women who I II '
I I Our last ten houses were built i in
: can. give their attention to the needs I .

of the schools without being concern I I days. : : ; : ; ;: -' ,,', :' :. -'-"
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decision upon their political fortunes : ? : ,, : 1
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The survey: recommends that thecommissioner :

with a group of of education assistants be charged provided i ; J :.it t .. ,I I,l,1l." f' ,

'%with divisions the responsibility of the school of the system following :' : I'."' .... .:t, .. ;' i : :::':, :: :,>r ; ':':: :.r : : : :! : : ::- j: :

': T, elementary education, secondary education .. ',-.. _,:' :,A r:, .,;, : .'.'. ,' .r ... ".,'', '.: .- : : ': :. _, :, ,, : ; ,

,: vocational education and ne 1 :'f "- '.,.,'J)!< '. ,-':
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state office .is to evercise the supervision :' -.r. ,--- ,,' ",, "
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of tlie local school systems, ; ., ;
which was indicated a ad f=.: ,':; ; >: .i'] I "
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C necessary: certain oth-:;":' .: ::: '-luyes: : '
must be added, .to the :.; ..:", said Dr. CROW ', ,, :' .': ,' "" .,. 'J, : "-- < : : ,, -:, :,''I ,I,. : ; '0 J :.: :,,, ,' i

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Budget Plan Necessary "The .':':Vrr. r Builders of Cleivhlon" ; }; :;' \'it : .
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If an organization, as proposed, is t'I f ''f; ; ; ';,; 1j 94V. i ;' : j

,. developed, there would be a possible i '!";. ...r> '-' I.,. ,N' li I '". .' _. ""
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budget addition of of the$35,000 state to department$40,000 to, the the ..,'t., dtt, ': :, __ m_ '_" '-" _: } ; ( ';" < \
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report said, part of which' would be : ; ,: ; '!, :' :' ;':: ; :: : r: ; ; }t ,i': ., i

available from sources that are in- 1 .. r..), I ', ";:" ''I.'. >,,. .'.I, ,.t' .....-,. ...
terested In promoting the welfare of :: :: = :: :: :: -= Guest: : '7){;.f ; ;'; ;;e '.I
public education in Florida. Of the : : : : :: :: :: :: :. :: :: = : : : : Compliments Of ,, -'

remainder, It may be said without fear .... v- ," U '. <. .:.,;+t:; ,, .!:: j
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of contradiction, that the service ren I r : ,

(. many.dered ,times would over return the cost to the involved state, ..I : : ?: ; ', :
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.f I ; :' / ; director alone of may school save building the state construction more--! : ,;{ : '-,' 1 :<' : :, .. : '; / ; / ,. :

II, that the entire cost of the state de-
, ;\:J.: q partment of education by exercising ll Classes ':I '.' -The" unanimous. ; praise of visitors for. the type of 'service" .' !

:4 f.". ..' wisdof and economy in approving 'Enjoy:1' at the Clewiston Innv has become the rule rather.. than: the I ,
for
I R: plans new buildings ,/ : j ; | I
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" efficient .,
The development of an It, ,
exception. "! IJ S i
I t: .. countyadministration of schools also ;' ', '
I: .." is an essential condition' to progress, Our Hospitality\ : \ : These
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. :: people coming to Clewiston from the North .have
in the opinion of the survey' staff j ,: i

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f I I'I, :.::"'r., Clean To Use I;J 't':' ; M. E; KYNETT, Manager !I
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GuaranteedBOTTLE : ) ". ':' .

< SOc Everyone is made to feel at home .
1,1 Ground Itch, Sores With, the exception of a few eating places In Louisiana the Clewiston Inn Is .
Tropical
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cause of disfiguring lath homes and greater living com'1 .
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gerera.ions; Celotex already is well known ;
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keeping where you want it more '

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Celotex Lath is its .
beveled ship- spread use of Celotex Standard tex Company, Chicago, HI. In ,

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Building Board for sheathing; for Canada Alexande r !"furrat'j) :
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1928 CLEW1STON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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I\ ABOUT SUGAR LaBelleRews

Interesting items picked ta ,ran BY THE HAVE

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; dom showing activity in the sugar

cane industry in Florida northern I
': v Everglades.To YOU HEARD THAT- BY LOVELAND PETTEE


_b.________________________________________ ... METHODIST CHURCH HOLDS Pettee and J J. Peadro the
--- - -- The
------------ -- ,. were ladies of the Methodist church
few weeks it *
the
layman a ago
looked as though the 1,500 ton a, day Mr.and. Mrs.J.. W. Troeger of La I Mrs. Peter Freellng. of the Kettl QUARTERLY CONFERENCEThe first to get there to put out the tire. have postponed their bazaar until

e mill of the Southern Sugar company Grange, Ill., accompanied by their tea room is now a resident of Celo_ George Cason, formerly df LaBellenow Saturday December 8.

:. was nearly completed. It seemed that son J. Troeger. arrived in Clewis textown. Quarterly conference of the living In the vicinity of Deep I ,
ton Wednesday to spend several Methodist church was' held on Sunday Lake and Everglades City, on Col
that could be put
f everything was (In weeks here. tomatoes' and various other 'esetables. December second. lier's land, at a place called Rock Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Thomas ac

in.. Q Presiding Elder Norton preached avery Island was In town Saturday. He companied by Mrs. Messina of Olga

inspiring sermon in'the morningand gives raids a trip to Venice Friday, and
,. Mr.and. Mrs. Troeger were among a glowing report of the workof
the pushIng "
: Today it seems that only the first to realize the need of homesIn Nils Olson recently purchased anew at two thirty the conference was his companions and himself. Theyare 'dined with Mr. and :Mrs.: Donald Winslow -

_, of a button is needed to understandnow start the Clewiston and they built the home 1 Ford. I held. He then motored on to Moore raising cucumbers, squask, pep While theye they called on Rev.eicnd .
giant mill, and one can I ----2.- Haven to hold conference there and 1lrs.Dodd.. .
I on Saganiore avenue now occupiedby Il a pers, cabbage ,and tomatoes. They I '
the statement of officials a few I '
Mr. and Mrs McConuachle. Elmer Montgomery has returned to later,;in the day.METHODIST have 240 acres In cultivation and It
weeks ago that "it isn't ready to run :
yet." I Clewiston for the winter term of there should be dry weather they Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christie and

I F.F.. Larue of New Orleans arrived school. SUNDAY SCHOOL have facilities for overflowing the M_.. and Mrs. C. O. Thomas spent .
In Clewiston this week to become I PLANS PAGEANTThe canal and Irrigating the land His
The bagasse carrier which is now Thanksgiving with Mrs. Messina of
being Installed and practically complete I associated with the Southern companions are J. H. Green., Carl Olga.

.a is an impressive piece of mech'J. Sugar company' ; In an engineering capacity SOUTHERN FORESTS Methodist"' Sunday school iplann'ing 'Vh lock. J., C. iVh.Idden, ,Chas. Rey

: :' on presenting a pageant nolds, and Fred Whldden.It It is located .
anism. I RAPIDLYDEPLETED next Sunday', December ninth, en forty-seven miles from LaBelle Mr.Bestor. whose position calls

Williamson titled "Carry On." It will be givenat and they that him to Clewiston spent Thanksgivingwith
As explained in this column several Mr. and :Mrs. F. report they had no .
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weeks ago, this is the mechanism spent the week end in Fort Myers. the regular morning service, be. frost. V .his family in LaBelle.Mr. J

I ginning. at eleven. a. m. The public,
which carried the bagasse or sugar Next Generation. May Be ..: --
is invited
cordially
cane fibre after grinding from the Plans are now complete for'n'ext the Hungry For Wood I I.. Cornette of the Ford i Motor i:
mill or grinding unit over to the Christmas bazaar to be given :Mrs.Addlss. of Elgin Illinois, who "
DR';: ANDERSON CAR WRECKED company, left Sunday for Jackson +
boiler house where it is either usedas Tuesday by the Ladies Aid society Says ExpertA is the
guest of her mother. Mrs Mary ville I where he is going to attend the
of the Clewiston Community church. t
fuel stored for future in
or use
Sunday morning Wm D. Blount Dryer, was hostess of three tablesof Fold Service school.
the manafacture of celotex. I constantly Increasing market for .
.S Leonard Ames who is conductinga celotex building board,. as. southern and. I Nick Haperick made a trip to bridge Saturday evening. Delicious !
:"' refreshments were served and
Sebring to visit relatives In the vicinity
From the end of the giant mill rolls, bridge column for the Clewiston I forests which supply the majority of all the The county court convenes at the
of Venus 'met'Doctor Anderson guests reported a good time.
, the bagasse carrier mechanism con News Is now located at Canal Point wood ,consumed are rapidly being depleted they' The guests : I courthouse Monday, December 14.
were: Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
.;. tinues along in a wide trough sunk with the engineering department of| was ,seen in an.article by formerly! of Sears. His car Nicholson There are several cases on the dock :
Mr. and :Mrs Webber :Mrand .
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How-I .
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. had turned in ditch account
' Southern I over a on 'I
) below the floor of the mill, to the end the Sugar company and It. Krinbill, forest et :
I' of a heavy fog. They helped him right Mrs.Bestor. ,' Mr. and Mrs.Os. i
of the building where it is lifted at ,Washington, D. C., in a recent ,Issue : ,_ I II
born, Miss Signy Henrlcksen, :Miss '
a 45 degree angle and carried across )11'. and Mrs. W. C.Hooker. spent of the Southern Lumber Journal his car and then went for help He .
was not injured. Edna Dryer, Mr. Carroll Christie. I :Mrs.L.: L. Ramsey, Mrs. Arlegdeand ;
last in LaBelle. I
the open space to the boiler house. Saturday j After going Into the matter fully .
b .I and computing the resources of timber ..... :Mrs.: Bestor won the prize for the' Mr. ,and Mrs. Boyce of Alva, visited -
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,\ ...It is a giant-piece of mechanism Mrs.W.. G.. Ames, Mrs. G. W. Gor.(, in the southern states of Alabama, SERIOUS FIRE AVERTED ladies and Mr. Carroll Christie the I' Mr. and :Mrs. R. N. :Miller Fri_
the
for
prize
which will save the work of several: don and Mrs. M. E.Kynett spent Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Ken men. day afternoon. ,,'

men. last Saturday in Fort J.lyers'on a I lucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Virginiaend What might have been a seridus -...... '
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o shopping lour. -- West :Virginia, Mr. Grlnbill summarized fire occured Tuesday morning in the '"J.-'V. Christie- i.ouisO'Grav. lY,

Another sign of the nearness ,, of ..-- in part as follows: back yard of Mr. and Mrs. Henrick- Cat."Till. Murray and Jas. L. Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Sanders and family ;
Captain and Mrs.F. Deane Duff ."If sen's place.. Mrs. A. L. Taylor succeeded and\ 'Mr. and Mrs.R.. N. Miller visited ;i
completion is the Increase in tension present net depletion continues, made a trip to Tallahassee in
one notices about the mill. I I spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and southern pine and cypress will be I in getting the help of three the interest of road No. 25, which Mr.. and Mrs. John Dyess at Fort

:Mis.F.: E. Bryant in Palm Beach. : M'acMcally ,exhausted in IS years and : or four men. 11rs.'Henrickson. was connects Clewiston with LaBelle.Mr. Denaud ,Friday night. ':

While several weeks ago the work_ couthein hardwoods in 38 years. very nearly overcome with the heatof ->-

ers were plodding steadily forwardin A. II.Wehl3. who spent: a.week "What is necessary for the South fi hting the fire. The fire was The B, Y, P. U. of the Baptist .::

the mill construction work, thereis here studying! investment ,possibilL ,"). hold its dominant position in the' I quickly put out before it caused any :. Carroll Christie and, Miss Edna church has organized and is progressing "+!

today a feeling of tense excitementas ties siu! Clpwiston spent Thanksgiving: ""t I
each of those connected with the[! at Hr-no-tead. Ho" will retuui, to Clew. annual timber needs? bonfire which spread through the ning at playing bridge at Mr.and. to these services =.I

work knows that the construction pe i iston next week; I I "Answer-1-8 times greater activity dry grass. Me srs. ,A.L.. Taylor, E. 1lrs.Harry Flemming. They reported ..j i

riod is in the final stages. I I In forest fire protection; 2- E.Edwards. Jim Newcomb, Geo.W.. a very pleasant evening. Please turn to page 6 .

P.G.. Bishop, William G.Ames. and 1 II' 14 times greater' activity by federal

And the general appearance of the H. E.Fridge spent a day in Canal and state governments in acquisitionof a "

mill shows it to be almost completed Point on business this weekS I mountain lands (water sheds) and J

In addition to the bagasse carriers non-restocking. waste lands

which have been constructed some 40 I I :Miss Catherine Bryant, who is I out the South; '3-25' times,thr'ough.j

feet above the ground from the factory spending the winter at her winter activity by private 'owners ,In A GIFT FOR THE
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to the boiler house, 22 lines of home in Palm Beach, is spending a ing forest ''lands conservatively; 4- :,,,: ., ,
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pipe paralleling the carriers have few days with her sister Mrs.F.. 440' times ,greater activity in reforestation '

been hooked up. Deane Duff at Clewiston., -by hand planting;: taxation ; :
-' J ? HOM'E .' _.J'. r4'A .
: ':. based'on: (a) ::yfeldVax when .lumber ->
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Of the 22 lines, two are steam F. L. Williamsonvas host to Major is cut (b) annual tax, 'on land at low .Ii. < :; =-- ;

pipes, one for compressed air, four J. W.Paxton. and Lieutenant CoLonel valuations; 6-better utilization; 7- < :
for water and 15 conduits L.V Frazier higher prices 8-limited '\, "c". .. .; ___. ', }... \
carrying government engi- stumpage ; :. ..- I. '
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electric lines. ,.neers who spent a day in Clewiston production."So .\ ., "o 'e.,: / .. :
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making far have sprinted 100 yards. .
i a survey here. we '
/-- Here just a bare few weeks ago, Ahead is a great marathon. At the < :.! ; {F' r r / ::, : : .'a

brick walls of the ovens were beingffilald Mr. and 111'5.Tom. Smith spent the end of 26 years will the nation still ,

and giant 130 foot smoke stacks week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. be champion wood consumer ((43 per / ';I

were being hoisted into place. H. E. Fridge at their"* Fort Myers,. cent) with per capita consumptionof :} r ( : ). J
(7' ,
borne 228 cubic feet. ( times average ,

: Another big step taken during the I world per capita consumption). ,- I )i
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s I past week was the dropping of wa .. Dr. Walter Kennedy( optomet. "The anwser depends primarily on '(. .
ter down Into the cooling pond where rist of Sarasota will be in Clewiston the South which holds the anchor '. ,',- ..

the water used in the mill is sprayed next ;Friday on business.CELOTEXTOWN I position in the race. If the South fails ; 'j

through a series of nozzles, cooled I I in this task the next generation of ::

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and returned to the mill to be used NEWS Americans may be hungry for wood.

again This too was found to be in, -- .I

satisfactory working order, which re_I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Montgomeryspent .-7 "
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fleets the efficiency with which, it Sunday at Parrish. MAIL ORDER MOVE ,) r r .'... ..', v..:". j.
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was constructed.. ., ..'r -: ,:: ,
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Bill Harris has moved into his new HELPS LOCAL MEN .1 .' .-:;, \ L >.r. .
home near Celotextown, recently '
pur-i
Although every last piece of machinery '.-: :
chased from the Clewiston company.. :
: will have been thoroughly ] .. ., .
tested before the start of the Actual Hardware Not so -'. ." I
grind- I
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Drawdy haveI "- ..
'- ing season, to date it has been more I Alluring As Picture ." '.>' r--:'.'"
moved from Moore Haven into the ; ; Ii

of of a necessity matter of for precaution with the rather exceptionof than I I house vacated by Bill Harris. Mr. Dealer FindsWith < }\., Perfect refrigeration is .. ,0 :

Drawdy is in the employ of the Sou. I : "
some minor adjustments in a few : : ; :,
them Sugar company but until now the decision of the Montgom 1
cases, the Infinite
used in
care con \
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was unable to find a vacant house in ery Mard mail order house to open : : !:: such comfort .
struction or assembling the various a !

parts is now showing results in the I I Clewiston :, retail stores in every city and town .. ...- r, I
smooth operation tests. I of. more than 5,000 population, retail 't '' .. t. '

n\ Mrs W. R. Pervis has one of the hardware dealers in sections where Planning menus, marketing. entertaining The General Electric Refrigerator is ,: I
finest gardens to be found in Clewis. the stores bdve not yet been openedare
The same applies to the cane dump -these three duties of the different from all othersit: is
ton. Growing in profusion are beets wondering what the effect will truly
Ing apparatus In front of the '
factory
home-maker
where the cane from the fields is cabbage, beans, English peas, onions, Please turn to. page 6 are vastly simplifiedwhen "years ahead"design.All its mech '

':, clumped from the cars into the cane ) she has a General Electric anism is sealed in an air-tight steel
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pit on the first step of the journey Refrigerator. rAnd casing which
"'... .t.' -' '- "4"' ';' is on forever
through the sugar mill. 4rJ.--.r. _. _: -n -__ ,...,.... .. !...., "Tt. ,'w".f.. ___- _.... >.. y up top,
more important is the pleasant safe from dust and difficulties. It i

This device was tested during the feeling of security-the absolute never even needs oiling. -: ;" :
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past week and worked smoothly, and knowledge that her family's food is : : '

installation of the scales for weigh F.. ARM always fresh and wholesome. Even, The General Electric Refrigerator is, .

ing the cars of cane is now nearing in winter,scientifically correct refrig- guaranteed to giveyou perfect refrig :

completion. I FIVE TO 100 ACRES eration is vital. Kitchens are warm eration-quietly, automatically and'i 1 i

...Several of the-larger tanks, evaporators .. all the year round, and food, to be economically!I Come. in and see this I

and pans had insulating ma wholesome-to be safe to eat,needs mostmodemoillrefrigerato /You: I

terial applied this week, celotex being DEEP RICH MUCK to be kept constantly at a temperature may buy yours either for cash or on '-' !
used for its superiority after a below
50 degrees. deferred .
careful study of insulating proper. -SANDY LOAM- payments. I
*J ties
of various materials. I


e ., The boiler house is probably the Easy Terms=:Drainage and Irrigation QENEnTAL: ELECTRIC 1

most nearly complete department of i
the entire factory and the one which S

during the past few weeks has apparently .
made the greatest strides WRITEMcCULLY : Refrigerator :
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"Malces'it be l
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the :
r. finished product. The mass of Clcivislon's Pioneer Real Estate Broker ...
. debris has been cleared away from I

the? front of the ovens and In its place
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CLEW1STON NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER, 1928Paae'
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in the engine room. E.E.. Goodno was In Fort Myers MAIL ORDER MOVE Shreveport._The-United States Felda Cucumbers

RADIO NEWSBY I Wednesday government announced that an army Bring $4.50 Per

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air attack wing would be establishedin
v [ New York.The hearing over the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer are HELPS LOCAL MEN"The Shreyeport costing '17500000. Hamper_In North' .

LOVELAND PETTEE Vestris was closed today. A reportof expected to arrive In LaBclle Wednesday I
the investigation will be given to from Atlanta Georgia where annual depletion of the principal (Continued from page 1))
,
. York.-Col. Lindbergh landed |I Ithe senate. southern timber species is Spur, Texas.-Five men were burn- Hurd L. Reeves, county tax assessor -. .*
;: New they have spent the summer. .
ed to death when
I a plane crashed
' Wednes. is one of the strongest boosters'
'',' in New York at 2:53: p.m. i ----*" --- nearly four times the annual growth.
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I' -Two robbers held'. Fort Intensive in the South will here. The plane was owned by Hom. for the Felda section being one of
, day St. Louis. upi Selden U. Stewart motored to forestry '
Ballard
er D. millionair president of .
i i i an airplane. and. escaped" with a large Myers on,a, business trip Monday afternoon. ; cost several. billions of. dollars and. I the pioneers there. His activities'
; : I the Sunbeam Air
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Transportation
is
New York.-A $20,000 diamond amount of loot the exact number not !! .' require more than half a century..." have attracted attention from all
; that was .' i company, and was flying from San parts of the state until at present
missing from the plane I being known. \- be on local trade. A retail Montgom..

( wrecked in Ohio Tuesday.The dia- I Mr. Baldwin of Fort Denaud, was ery-Ward store has been opened in Antonia to Denver. ,Felda is among the best known of

; mond was nine carrots. I Savannah. F. Lerough was visiting in LaBelle Saturday. Tanlpa} but that it will have only a \ Hendry county communities.ANNOUNCEMENT .

I given three months.in jail for show-I I _- beneficial effect on the hardware bus.

-The Port of Odessa on I ing a false oath concerning the K. I f mess done by the Clewiston Build, .
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Moscow Mr. and Mrs. Williams of ClewisIlon :=:.: : :== : : : :: = : := <::::: = :: = =: :::: = : = : ::: : :
!; the Black Sea is flooded and several of C. | I called on Mr. and' Mrs., J.,'"W. 'ing Material company and other hardware .
't other villages are in the same condition --- I stores in South Florida is seen
\. Christie Sunday evening
accoiding to reports Wednesday. I Detroit.-: -The 'U.S. /'is preparing to ', I ,'. In an' article by W. T. Owen in a re.j J
<. arrest 11 the' border cent issue of Southern Hardware
rum runners on ###'#" '#" ##' '#######" ###
:i'' Paris.-Reports Wednesday say and believe' they will get more. I'I'I -- magazine.
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.': that the lowlands of Holland+' aVe I Ir 1--- .' Mr. Owen ,made personal calls on I
. I I iirth&i .J.JBY I wish to announce that I will be in Clewiston Fri -
flooded and another storm is appear..1I. I. Washington President Coolidge hardware men in a Texas town wherea ,

I.:. Ing Ten fish boats which left Parisgot had his teeth exrayed today and they,I .##..... .##........ retail store of a mail order house day and Saturday, the 7th and 8th prepared to make
'. in the storm and only eight re.J were loud to be in excellent condi. bad just been opened and instead of
complete and scientific examination of the
LEONARD AMES human eye for
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' turned lion. .. finding the other local dealers downcast
r,....;... I (Continued-from page 1) he found them exuberant over glasses. I will also be prepared to' do repair work toglasses

.:. .-Secretary Kellogg i is Chicago.-Six captains, 31 lieutenants the opening of the competitive store. .
Washington probabilities, are, one' of the other It is my plan to be i in Clewiston every two weeksin
with President Coolidge and 321 policemen and 32 sergeants The situation is understandablewhen
./ to confer the players, will also hold an abnormal the future.
t'::.;. about the United States entering were transferred 'to different distribution one considers the experience

r.b:: World Court.t" stations 'In Chicago. I j 6. ,That if*i: .yo.u. hold a singleton' i ia in as told to Mr. Owen by one merchant.
:: ----- suit, the remaining twelve .cards; "We haven't felt any really detrImental '
WALTER C. KENNEDY
.,.'.'. Washington.Thirty thousand gob- Detroit Fourteen members ,of the, are divided unevenly among the, oth effect as yet though ,the mail D. O. S !

lens were ordered by the 'army for Border Patrol. were arrested. yester, er plavers' order store is too young in our com. Clewiston Inn

Thanksgiving day I munity to (discuss the ,situation intel.,
I j 7. That if you hold a doubleton, one
-- of the players holds at least. '"five lige'ntlVe realize that there is a ,

New. Orleans.-William Green was Columbia Benjamin Mendez the cards In that- suit. certain element in every communitythat

elected president of the American aviator narrowly; escaped death' when I!j S.That. if you hold. a suit of Seven is looking for a cheap price. '' :=:::=:::=:::= ==:::=:::::= =:::=:::= :::::::::::= :: :::::=::: ::=:= ::: :=:=:::: :::::= ::::=: ::- :: = ::= < = :: ::- : :=: === .

Federation, of Labor. his plane went into the ocean. He cards, one of the players may..be There is also. the rural element that '- -

-- was rccused. by the marines,, hold has been accustomed buy from the
j blank of that suit or a singleton.
Ford auto assembling j mail ,
t Constantinople--A order catalogue and which doubt.
j 9. That If the cards were evenly
plant is to be erected here Emporia.-Twenty four' hundred--1 1:; (dealt, each player would hold. one less will, continue to patronize the FOR INFORMATIONAbout

according to reports Wednesday dollars jn gold was found- floating .Ace;: one King, one. Queen, .and one mail order retail branch But iris .
-- down a river in a bottle bya work'man 1' '-_ our honest belief that the establish..
: Jack,
Atlanta.-Leonard Flo landed In At.. and now there is a great hunt 10. That you are justified in as. ment of a store, here is to our adnav- Florida's New Sugar Bowl-it's development .,
Wednesday.Selfs for I I tage. One of the difficulties in
: lanta gold: i suniing (unless denied) that your great
N. Y.-Twelve thousand barrels : I partner holds three probable tricks the past has been that we have been \ and success.

i or sour lcraut were destroyed in Washington Congress received competing with our actual goods
here today President for I you. against hadsome picture and an aLluring Clewis 1 ton property development and '
a. fire Coolidge's message today j I 11. That to' make less than 30 ,

-. The high spots in it were, to pass a points is not of great value towards description, coupled with a I "'" opportunities.
:
identified
New York-Two people bill authorizing the construction of making game, the probabilities being price appeal. V .
Rothsteiny'
McMauus as the slayer. of 115'' cruisers, A farm board to be established only one out of 30 in your favor: "We now have our actual goods to ', J.V .
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stein I ., a bill providing for consolidation 12. That the team making the first show against their actual goods and .
NI ----- of railroads, irrigation and already several Instances ..-.V:: .'." ..' : Write .. .
i game has the edge on the failing that have ; ,..,, ...
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Thursday Nov. 29. flood control of the Colorado ,river, : arisen have led :
ve' ,I team: f. '* probabilities being :Three, me to believe that ,
/.... Brussels:: The Red Grdss.h .the lease of Muscle Shoals to private to one .:, nie team making first the man who might buy from the aLluring / : I
relief work for the people who interests. and the enforcement of the ;,, ,. catalogue :
:. begun game ,vi.. ',. -ubler} description will not /J gt.
_ ,. \' were left homeless in the recent stop eighteenth 1 amendment. The Kellogg 13. That tile .' ': ". .'' of making be so .well impressed by the article Edison C. Speer

I storm The inhabitants tried to were Anti War treaty was introduced into game with a. major suit or 1.0: trump: shown him." .' .

.,." the dikes from breaking but the senate today. :I is greater than with a minor .suit. J... I

ri.,;'... unsuccessful -- 14, That the probability of making :; :J Licensed Real Estate Broker

fS:.., Washington Thirty six Canadian game With a major suit is greater Santiago, Chili.-Two hundred people .
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:": Guatamala.-Benjamin distillers have bceri'indicted for than at nod/ trump I 'vere killed_ in an earthquake One Clewiston Florida _
Columbia
kl here on his way to carrying .:. liquor across the border. 15. That holding a two- uited hand, I I hun'I": 'd killed at Tequia. Reports are

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There was a 17 inch snow New York.-George :McManus and
Denver; at
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It took 600 men two others -- -- ----------- -- ----
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t. .:. Mrs Coolidge dined at a club house sign extradition, papers' for Blackner foregoing illustrations were, merely I : .
on Thanksgiving day. who is ,wanted for defrauding his income
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r.:' Prison.-Because of a I. I and playing of bridge. '. ." ..r,,$ 'i '
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: prisoners went without turkey pointed by Premier Baldwin and the I > .
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Brussels.-Belgium was hard hit well enough to hoU a (council with -2 .( : :. : .;_
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... bv the storm which caused $5,000,000 :hem. : .
.. damage 20.000 arc homcl'ss.r I I ___ hcusewith .
and FOR RENT-Modern six room ; :
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ChiCag .-The Chicago Christian and the Union Trust company of Chicago Moore Haven. I : I i :

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had been reduced one with barn, '. .' to' -
Canada, debf hopeful view for his recovery. nished house, garage 'I. \ > tf"i$ ;V > & V .- I
hundred and thirty six million in five Even though his temperature which chicken yard and house, five acres : : i, -, : 'yJ',: .n

year one hundred and two tenths' he is I of land. Modern in every respect A : ; } ;

killed stronger than he was Sunday, Monday one' half, mile from Moore Haven ,. ..;:;>, '; '. Houses "/ ; ,
Niagara Falls-One man was and Tuesday.Dr.. Hewitt slept Only permanent renters wanted. : .{"s. .

and two were injured in a fight at the palace -in,' case an emergency See or phone John S, Cottrell, :, : '" ;.
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New five'Yol'k.-'Slx million dollars in security EE I GOQD.FOOD '... .

were. moved through New York for E are needed to solve the house: shortage problem which is

a life insurance company. i '," the result of the activity of the Southern Sugar Companyin
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-Ford- is developing Is always the best advertisement you can have | \t ; building a New Sugar Bowl l for America. ,
Brazil -Henry
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3000 acres of rubber in Brazil ac- l@,I in a cafe. By the way the crowds fill our cafe IIi | Hundred, of workers will arrive and their demand for

cording to latest reports. 1 1t 1i t i@i' at meal times IS a sure sign that our food is houses constitutes. a golden opportunity for progressive i)

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crowd of one President hundred of and''Mexico twenty The five I I!'l]\ We take special} care to see that every customer m ,'r..:. '."

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: Northcott Riverside confessed, Cal. Gordon to killing' Stewart a Mex.I' Watch the crowd every day and you will i ;':t CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCEAMERICA'S '

his farm. kind l of food ;, ..
lean boy on [I be convinced that 'we know the [?J a : '

that is pleasing.Service '. ... .
New York.-It was revealed today : '
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the Vestris when it sank. The tramp I l '$::

carried no wireless and authoritiesare 1 :. -(

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Spend Day HereIn County Solons .

Survey Work For More Roads WEATHER RUNS

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**"', (t e2ud taojj panupuoo) township south, range 33 east; 4 AS FEARSUBSIDES '
at a lunch at the Clewiston Inn -beginning at the north quarter cor.

Bishop operating vice president of ner of section 21 township 43 south _

the Southern Sugar R. 3.1 east northwest of r
company Y. range ; corner
Federal Sends &;
Patterson, head of the transportation section 22 township 43 south range Reserve j]

department B.L. Stewart, cashierof 34 east; thence west along the north $6,000,000 To

the First Bank of Clewiston, Hue of said section 28 and sections
Stop Run .
and Tom Smith. 29, 30, 35, 26, and 27 to the northwest .

Following the luncheon the visitors I corner of section 27, township ,
were taken in the sea sled on a trip 43 south range 33 east. Macon, Ga.-Banking business re.

around the south end or the lake. The clerk submitted a statement I II I turned to normal here after four of .. ry

showing 11,630.1S In the highway the city's financial Institutions sue. I

Plans Complete I and courthouse bond interest arid cessfully had withstood runs by ex.
j sinking fund and asked for perm Is.i .
cited depositors yesterday 1
For Bazaar On /
:j I i sion to retire the first five bonds duo / :
Next Tuesday in January 1930 provided the same Backed by several million dollarsin

1 'I could be secured at par, thus_ saving cash, sent here by the Atlanta:"Federal I. Buy at Home ,

(Continued from page 1)) $300 In interest. The clerk was instructed Reserve_ bank and other bankS, ,
to negotiate with the ,
,weeks directed her committees from I par. to bolster their currency supplies, every -
ties owning the bonds.
that point. With her arrival in towna bank In the city opened for business .
Detailed minutes of the latest
as usual at 9. a. m., and early
week ago she immediately calleda county commissioners minutes are ,
during the forenoon had experiencedno
meeting of the general committee now on file at the 'Clewiston News
unusual withdrawals, today.
when final preparations for the ba. office for public perusal. .

zaar were made. I -- r Eugene R. Black, governor of the
Included in the general program 1 Sixth,.Federal Reserve bank in Atlan. .

will be the sponsoring by the Ladies Public Utility ta, who preceded the arrival of' an

Aid. society of the showing of the Rates Here Are armored! truck hero yesterday with
moving picture "Les Miserables" at ,
$6,000,000 to aid In combatting the. I

the 'Glatex: theatre Tuesday night, and Below Average runs, pleaded today for a restoration Clewiston ,Merchants are stocking

arrangements are now being made to of confidence in Macon banks. .
'have two Hawaiians furnish music (Continued .from page 1) The arrival, of I the federal reserve
I their stores with Christmas goods Cle
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Power .rates In Clewiston 10 .
with the picture. are funds late"yesterday, after theMa.:
Concerning the .plans for the ba. I cents per kilowatt with a minumumof con National bank had reopened foLlowing ;
I wiston people will find that they can
zaar Mrs. Ames said: $1.00 while Sebring, has a minimum the regular closing hour to aLlow .

"The members, of the Ladies Aid of $1.25.Fojr the next 250 hours those who wanted their 'moneyto buy as much for their in Clew
society have made a great effort to I here there is a nine cent rate; eight withdraw it; brought the turning .. money

make this bazaar successful. There cents for the next 750 and six cents point in the runs.When '
: iston 'they in other city.
has for all .' as can any '
been a wonderful spirit of cooperation over. the armored truck had'been w

shown, and it remains mere. Listed also under the head of, pub backed, under police i escort through : I R
!ly for the people of Clewiston to end- lic utilities In Clewiston I is the garbage the crowd of depositors to the banks' _.. ; Money spent at home stays at home. : -

dorse this worthy move by attending disposal which at present de. doors arid employees began taking .

the bazaar when it opens next Tues. spite the fact that Clewiston Is not I I the money sacks inside, Jesse B. '.;, : This is one of the best ways you can ," :
day." an incorporated town, is given free .
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: Mart, president of the Macon Na. .;: "
I to residents tional opetned one of the sacks and encourage local merchants to carry i :

;Merchants GetEncouragement I This service at present is costing, displayed? its contents to those clam. :: :

according to books of the Clewiston orIng for their deposits. : the merchandise you desire. I

:, Light .and Po \"er'c.omp. ny under: "Here it is for all who want it," -" I I

In Xmas MoveContinued whose supervision1 .t1iejVorlt- Is' done, ho said., "Come 'and get It if you are .
: 1 -.tf' : Visit the stores who have pledged
:, approximately $1.04 per month per nervous. This Is one bank that can't :',:' ..
( from page -1) call, ,which expense is now being "be busted by a run". 'y :. themselves build Clewiston w
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.: Realizing .that they are in better borne by the Clewiston Light and I There were cheers from the ''browd I '

.' position this year than ever before I Power company.. and 30 minutes later there were no ':j :. carrying a stock of merchandise that .

..., to keep the gift money at home because here more than half a dozen persons about ,

r t l.. of the increase In the number These rates which will be from I the bank entrance .I>:'. ; will meet your demands. They are i
L of stores here and consequently the $2.50 to $3.00 per month for residence I II p

r'. wide variety of selection, the Clew, I phones and $4.00 for business phones j ':' ,. anxious to help you and your selections ."
: i cities of the country .
will also .
iston retail men agreed to cooperate : compare favorably with ,
(,,. in the move and announced their present rates In many of the larger :I Under the heading of public utilities :( be made now.. They will beheld :
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if.:' The News. generally endorsed by Clewistouites i: pleted a few weeks ago when the In. 1 ..:: you a :: I
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spirit drew favor. with the result that local merchants ter.county Telephone company- officials ,
able comment :" small deposit thereby assuring of
from
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400 percent increase in business ..
:: hard enough is the probable opinion I during the past tour months over the ;:

:r J" 'of F.L.. Williamson who a few years \ corresponding period for last year ;

':'I 'after completing his college course I yh.> } !
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and grain elevators in the middle was learned thIs week from officials /',

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west, who shortly later was heavily >nwr y
who are looking forward to even .)j

interested in several successful elec. brighter pIospects' thc, activities of :

; trio 'Ught and power companies and 'oV Y, slfnt.; ,rt ,22 fi t); 21 K yY. the Southern Sugar ompany are in_ ,

who 'now heads the Clewiston Build. :-- Ar d w ,way. tf creased resulting in the further de_ >1j
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. .. week .100 cent in.. Under the F .
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the business 'volume for the increased Phenomena I until today :
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In addition to buldlng the perous material houses in the state.

ful operation of the Clewiston Build.. Organized in :March 1926 the Clew-

ing Material company, Mr.. Williamson iston Building Material company: ,was ::1

Is also president of the New Rw originally part of the Clewiston com .til j
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er, Lalce Oleechobee, and Caloosaa. b pany,, Inc,, occupying a small bun J

. hatchee Navigation association, which ing. on. property owned 'liy the Clewiston ..'

is working for a cross state water. company near the Industrial Canal .J'

way, and he was also instrumental : .' ?o"!.

: : in gettIng quick action on the deci..1 4 ;f r7 ..'1r( 'rk ,'S. ,,r; > 4 f{ yl. On January 1, 1928 the connection ,a awith' .

:I slon of the state road department In \ the Clewis ton .company was dis '

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warding contracts for the construc. ? continued and arrangements were -

tion of the Fort'' l\lyers..Palm Beach F a'i'S'/' 1 J. ? /'Yr Vfn IJt ,y y! ? ia4 Sy .b .y r ; fY Q''yyZO( 1 ,' a 'y' y6ytrr y +' r .dy., fy. ndf: made for the purchase of property !;

or Sugarland highway. .' and the construction of new buildings j

At present 1\1r. Williamson is in n '_. and lumber yard on Atlantic avenue '
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Reflecting the enterprise which dur fng the past year resulted in a 400 per cent increase in business is the new home of the Clewlston Build J
: men ot the east coast consulting, with along the railroad''track.. .'.
R ing matearial Company on Atlantic and Aztec avenues. The attention paid to detail In the planning of the buildings and yard Is seen in the
federal authorities on the possibility Work was started after and
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tho and flood facts control on his of business Lae Okeechobee experience, .I..I Gereral Manage OJ III. :MIH;ppy Em p oyees l ;:;;id ent rS 'I

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: Knox college in Galesburg Ill., Mr. '". A .A1 W% %t -r. .;:.
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was made president, which office he'' > : :3@ +;. .... > tV. .. ,' .'.
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': -' .' now holds Purchasing agent for a. business t1:1< < :J: .. : .,:

Although he is continually han concern which is doIng a business of 1i9; : '* l>";' W ":, kw ..

: 'dUng wealth of detail which iWw :ihf. t: 7iL';; : ; ;,} :{ :'. f
f a would $70,000 per month and general man Selection of the personnel for 'a I '. ,.... ,i. ; I
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f. '. nothing in the general routine work :(;':@! }j',{ ( C i.. .. 'i ": :..1
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equipped men to ager of I
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I: crack under the which showed a business of. some $70,000 per month'is The duties are to be done, and when :
strain Mr William. 400
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over last ..year'sbusiness '
: son figures it 'all in a day's.work and comprise 'the official duties part o.f the many duties of F. L. the office is closed at night, a full 'I lf" ; i. I': i

,::? with it all has ,found time to develop of Jesse AIlha.nds purchasing agent Williamson and Jesse G. Al hand days work has been done, or- rather .. ; : K;.t ,&t.;' tt, : .:h( !Ji.'i: !. ': ...."-4",...;.. ,.,,,:, IJ ,.,>
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U.: hunting ton Building Material company spectively of the Clewiston Building. been progressing, a day and a half's -...
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Ho has built himself one of the Nor
t does Mx. Allhands think that Material company which today stands work '
has been done
.J- most attractive homes in Clewis ton, the peak has been reached MATERIAL CO. HOME I'I Use of Celotex
:. Arcade in'the voL out as by far the biggest and most The employment of the
on policy
"r avenue, and although he ,
IS CREDIT
J 1' ume of busIness to be 'dqI e by his TO TOWN Shows Constant
:, Is said to Insist that It Is not a hobby successful business in Clcwiston, excluding -I f I Clewiston Building Material company
company and while he credits the activlty ..
. but 3. means of getting up.to.the..min. of the Southern Sugar company the operations of the Dahl and it is one which other growing In keepIng wIth the general Increase Here

< ute angles on national questions-he with being responsible for a large berg interests firms of ClewIs ton wonuld do well beautification program for "'Clewis, 'I

.F,1 Is an ardent radio fan. part or the heavy business he believes The word selection is used advisedly i to emulate is that as far as is pos ton, the buildings and yards of the ToppIng the list of popular build..

that with ClewIs ton destined as the accepting of an applicant Clewiston Building Material com_ J
i .sible only hand picked local people JI I ing materials handled by the Clewiston
Please turn to B in the Clewiston Building Material pany were planned so that new
Modern Delivery J page company is more than routine hiring will be hired. When a new member home and yard of the material I Building Material company is

tr,: Service Stressed NEW ADS PLAY -' of an apparently qualified applicant is to be added to the personnel, Mr company is a credit to that section celotex which local builders have
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r M l By Material Co. IN BUILDING Both 1\1r. Williamson and 1\1r.' AlL; Williamson and :Mr. Allhands com of the town. found is ideal for local conditions I
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Although the officials of the Clew I Iis
The laIn building of white stucco -
hands have
', ,i agreed on 3: policy or pare notes on promisIng prospects
I.' the neatly built lumber shed, ton Building Material company have ,
;:f "Bxpansion of a business showing Although many factors entered hand picked employes and whether in the community and having decid_
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advisability using
the and the sheet metal warehouse on I
.'-:.' a a 400 per cent increase for the past Into the Clewiston Building Mate.rial's system is successful can best be ed on one, the offer is made, and to
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otex
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r, : ., .,:" four months over the corresponding 400 per cent increase in bus. seen by a trip to the company offices the credit of the Building :Material Atlantic avenue form a combina..
Clewlston builders
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tion which is a credit to the c-pm. organized, I
::ct;. period for 1927 brings attendant in- mess over last year, the major one on Each Atlantic and Aztec avenues. company, a second choice is rarely munity. The neat white picket have bad wonderful opportunity to .
member of the
organization
{ crease in delivery problems but the was enterprise and under this necessary
. gel first hand information to the
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fence the lumber
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Clewiston heading comes local responsibility and knows The monthly is in
Building Material advertising, payroll excess
company the main durability of the product
building to the lumber
:: officials who had enterprise on which the building material that the success ot the business 'is of $2,000 with additional laborers be
enough shed also adds to the neatness of In Clewlston there are several prIvate -
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to bring about the phenomenal fn_ company officials have been thor. least partly dependent on him. lug put on temporarily III heavy rush homes in addition to the Clew-
the
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i r : crease; also had foresight enough toW ougly sold from the outset. This in fact has been impressed on them seasons The present payrolls rep It Is important that this beautL Iston Inn which are constructed both

, '. look to this problem; with the result The Clewiston News published the pre..employment conference resent an increase or some 60 per flcatlon was followed interior and exterior with Celotex.
t- that delivery service its first issue on February 3 of this and the results are shown in that cent over last year I program /
1'G today when the since the home of the Clewiston Not only dId these buIldings weather
'. company is doing a $70,000 a month year, slightly more than a year there is no misunderstanding Ever" Although a monthly payroll or some I Building Material is the September hurricane but also r
one
It.\ business Is after the building material : member of the personnel, and there $2,000 does not with the company
as com compare
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prompt or even more't I of the first buildings visitors will weathered the storm of 1926. Dam.
t ; efficient than when the pany became an Independent firm, are now 14 of them, recognizes what' large weekly payrolls of the South "
monthly bus- see on leaving the train at the age to the Inn and the celotex: houses
mess volume was ono fourth of its and the columns of Clewlston's is required of him and Invariably ern Sugar company or ,CIewiston com- C.L. 'a was negligible .
new A. passenger station
, 4K present total. I first weekly paper were used con_ gives that and a little bit more. pany, it Is the largest independent stone's throw from the material The product which is made of the

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Administration Building for the Clewiston Company. :' ,
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Williamson Is Jesse Allhands J Modern Delivery BRISK ACTIVITY home the Clewiston of W. S. Harvel News building on Crescent, the-r Of Celotex


?,i", ,, President OfOrganization General. ManagerContinued Service StressedBy 'HERE IS drive, the F. D. Duff home on the Shows Constant

; ( from page 1)) Material Co. SEEN IN ridge, the, W. G. Ames home and the Increase Here

V F.L.. Williamson home on Arcade

the yard, and offices were moved to 'to grow in to, a much larger community (Continued from page 1) BUILDING SURVEY avenue. while In the commercial line (Continued from page V) 1

the new location a few months ago. the business outlook for the When the Clewiston Building Ma- those completed are the Connell's ing in popularity not only in Clew.'

The company: property now extends Building Material company is exceptionally Filling Station, the Richmann store, Istou but throughout the world, it

over three lots and its buildings in. bright. terial company was affiliated with Activities Of Southern the Army and Navy store, the addi. being exported to some 42 foreign,.,.

elude a tile and stucco office build. Mr. Allhands has been with the the Clewiston company, Inc., deliveries I Sugar Co. Emphasizes tion to the Hay block, the $30,000 countries.

ing, show room, warehouse and store I Clewiston Building Material company I were made by Clewiston com dairy, and the Building Material com Total sales reached a new high peak '

room, a modern lumber shed and a since its organization in 1296, but his pany trucks, but with the material Need Of )Homes pany. Homes! now under constructionare during the past month when some

sheet metal warehouse Thousands of arrival in Clewiston dates back a company becoming an independentconcern the 30 bungalows being built by 32,000,000 feet of the product were iI

feet of lumber, celotex and other year earlier. in January 1926, The fertile field of operations in the Clewiston company, the M E. sold and B. G. Dahlberg, president of
building material are stored here and After graduating from high school, arrange. which the Clewiston Building Mate Kynett home, the Leydig home and the company in a statement.expressedthe

the warehouses include everything in Mr. Allhands completed a course faa ments were made to solve the deliv.. rial company has grown from .a small the home on Sagamore avenue being belief that even new peaks will

the building line from a finishing business college in Peoria, Ill., but cry problem through the. purchase of subsidiary of the Clewiston built by Mrs. Scott. be reached during the coming months. ?
he that his 'best experience came a truck company,
nail to a General Electric refrigerator says I Inc., into the biggest independent 10"
In the school of hard knocks. Prompt and efficient delivery serv..
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When the connection with the l Specializing in accountancy he became lice Is one of the unbreakable rules I I better seen through a may of the I I 'I I II

Clewistdn Company Inc. was discontinued I a certified public accountantand of the company and the' result was building activity of the survey past SUN r+oH nk' wen mu riai sAt ,.
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the building material com When B. Dahlberg president of 12 3 .1
accountant with the National Refining ed It was necessary in keeping with ; '
pany did not own a single truck while the Southern Sugar
company, a large oil company of the policy to increase the facil1tic'sfor company a year 4c6178910va fh '
business has
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Illinois.Following. ,that he was In bus. prompt and efficient delivery. Ac..
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in the purchase new 1,500 ton a"day sugar mill l'Book
mess for himself 'as a certified pub cordingly trucks were added until today
trucks and a tractor arailer. which Is now nearing completion,
During the past four months the lic accountant for a year and a half the company is operating four Clewiston had scarcely enough! homesfor I s '"- cs 1oc t
when he accepted an offer with the large trucks.
done approximately the .
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$70,000 worth of business per month Elliott Harmon Engineering company Typical: of the' efficient manage. the overflow was cared for at the f 01
and came to Clewiston in 1925. ment, one of these is a tractor withan p
handling a total:: of some 800,000 feet Clewiston!? Inn and the Watanabe ho.
in addition to When that company completed its Athey tractor trailer. When a tel and ,' 1 '
of lumber large quantities Scott's boarding house. 4
order is in, and this cj: Thrift
worke here, Mr. Allhands by this large brought
of celotex, and other materials With the start of. construction .however
in the construction of time thoroughly a Clewiston, booster Is the rule rather than the exception .
necessary new people began to arrive in ..., -
buildings.The I decided to stay ,here and accepted a the tractor and tractor trailer town and the need for more homes I :: .

new .Building Material com. position with the Clewiston company, is used, a load being'place' on it .immediately became apparent and as

panly home is one of'the business Inc., as auditor and handling a large under which the ordinary motor truck. :the workers continued to arrive the, ": t

show places of Clewis ton. The main part of the Clewiston: Building Ma. 1 would groan. problem assumed serious prop r .. 5 r, JUST leave your coupon In a convenient
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building consists of a large show terial business when that companywas Speed and efficiency in filling orders 'tions. ; place for our ice man and he will

room or retail department with an connected with the Clewiston is a big part of the building material Mrs. Anna 'M. Hopkins of St. Louis leave the full quantity of ice as required. I

attractive line of hardware on dis company. When the Buldinig Mate i business and Mr. Williamson ,was the first out of town resident to ;, Now that's

play, while electric fans, heaters light rial company became an independent recognizing this fact has insisted 'appreciate this shortage and within ..:: -g; I change or loss of time.

fixtures and other appliances are ar- organization, Mr.Allhands. acceptedthe from the first in adopting the most the next few months built on Bond] I '.
office of general manager and modern system of delivery Get your book from one of our dri'vers _
ranged on a mezzanine balcony at street and the Sugarland highway a '.::' :r.
Nor does this to the I or at our office.
the rear. Opening off this mezzanineis apply only building consisting of three 3 room
continuing after loading leaving the
a private office or consulting room. yard on the other avenue. large orders Recently a local rest ; apartments, one five room apartment, ,.,I.;:" Buy your ice from the wagon or truck

On the main floor is also the gen- A white picket fence extends.fromthe dent wanted two boards of celotex to several offices and six stores. All of V : with the orange oval emblem..

eral offices of the company and the do some patchwork. had a few them are rented. J.
main building the length of the
!. private office of F. Williamson. hours to do the work and wanted the J. W. Troeger of La Grange, Ill., ,
yard adding a touch of neatness to
president. At the rear of the build. the ichole.The material in a hurry. Explaining this followed with a four room bungalow,

Y:, lug on the first floor is the storeroom to the Building Material salesman, he and this has been rented since com. FOOD
same attention to detail whichwas
t.... -' and a warehouse. paid in ,the construction of the was told that the material would' be pletion, while a home built by Mrs. : VE FLAVOR WITH rS ICE == ;
The interior of the salesroom and at his home in 30 minutes'''and it was. Emily Rickmeyer of Columbus, Ind., 's v MONEY '
buildings is rigidly maintained in the I I
general and private. office is finished I was sold before completion to Dave
operation of the company's busnessso
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t k that the Clewiston Building Mate. purchasing agent, in which capacityhe
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rial company' from every standpoint has played his part in helping the -
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av.enue compares favorably with the best not }business show the 400 per cent increase '
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venture choke and automatic accelerating. The coups 1 1 > .$$9 5 has been given the raising of upbuilding of the industry. A book-

.J... pump. new camshaft., .automatic rocker The SEDAN $675 .1 J. sugar cane. Only when plant diseases let describing their activities and
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