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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 28, 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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l ON THE TO TAKE OFFICE Moore Clewiston's Haven basket last Thursday ball squad night at FOR CLEWI I S TON tion'The Is latest being type put of to overhead ten acres irriga of OF COUNTRY TO


I/. retaliated for their defeat a week the 60 acre N. L. Bedford farm for-

I''::' NEW' S YEAR earlier and trounced the Moore Ha- UNUSUALLY GOOD merly known as the Dayton farmat ATTENDEVENT :
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, ;.:. f. venites with a score of 15 to 9. Liberty Point, .It was announced ,

; '" A week earlier at their first game, this week. The". work Is being Mill Operation Will
:; BY TOM SMITH County Government ToFIRSTOF Activities Of Southern ..
done the March Construction
lack of proper team work cost the by ,
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:I Have 6 New Officials Clewiston group the game and dur- 'Sugar Co. Basis company and Mr. and Mrs. Bed Mean New IndustrialEra

Reelected and new officials of the And 6 Reelected; Al- ing the following week the captain Of ProsperityClewiston ford are stopping at the Inn for a For State Says

r county government will be Installed ston's, Place to Be Filled Bo Hardison held several confer- few, days while Mr. Bedford superintends Prominent Writer;. Expansion ,

:i >, In office at the encer to brush up the team. and the entire northern' the overhead Irrigation O f ActivitiesTo

r: New Office county seat next By Appointment.Six Those on the team are Bo Hardi- Everglades during 1929 will enjoythe work.
: Continue.
i Holders- wee k. Though I son, captain, Paul Alston, Sanders greatest year of prosperity in For the present only ten acres

I ..., new holders of county offices I its history and although ,will be put under the overhead irrigation -
Morgan, G. T. Wright, Bill Young, the year now ,
:, there was considerable who were elected at the general elec-I' Henry Storey, R. Cottrell, J. L. closing was marked- by ,many bless system, but It i is the. planof BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON

in both the primaries tion in November will take office On ,
competition January 14 with the formal
Morgan and Doug Douglas. ings and great, strides in progress, it Mr. Bedford to eventually ex- -
and in the general election next week at the county court house is believed that the trend of prog- tend the Irrigation system to cover- opening"" of the Southern Sugar 0 f c'Qm-

pressed with the result that six of in LaBelle, while an equal numberof ress Will' be even more marked dur- the entire 60 acres. He has the pany's new 'sugar mill at Clewiston,
Hendry county office ,holders :will NEW GARAGE TO t if
the will of the people has been ex- ing the" next-, 12. months.. field planted to beans. Florida, there beginsa new :.indus" (,
f'
be returned to office. -4N*w y .
the officials are new office holders Thefirst; month of the year' will I \ trial era for the stat<:.' '
Those holding new posts are J. L. BE OPENED : '
HERE
see the great 1,500 ton day mill 'o:
a LOCAL HOSPITAL Owning than oC
mor 125,000
while six are experienced in J county I IJ Taylor, tax collector who succeedsW. the, I : / acres
Southern Sugar started, ''
company the rich
Everglades muck land along
government in Hendry county. This P. Andrews, E.., L. Stallings, su I ,
,4 EARLY IN YEAR when men of statewide 'and national the ,south ,shore of Lake Okeechobee,
county is potentially the most prosperous perintendent of public instructionwho prominence WILL BE OPENED
headed by B. G. Dahl this company, the presidentof whichIs
succeeds Ed G. Pfluge, J. H.
I In the state and even now .the berg will be present on January 14 B. G .Dahlberg, .directing head of

" Clewiston and Felda sections are Ross, county judge who succeeds I Six Apartments Rented for the .official' opening of the grinding I ON FEBRUARY II I-' ,the great celotex Industry which
,. Judge W. N. Henderson, Alice Curry ,
season in the Everglades. uses bagasse the fibre of sugar cane
11 l1'e I
leaders In their respective s.r ,Before Completion .
Bailey, who was nominated in the:I i insulation .
A' 12.000 acre to manufacture. products,
planting
Wise choice has been made by the cane pro-
primary election and later appointed Of Building r
v (Continued on page four) has an' expansion program which con! !
I of BuildingFor
ptoi;l2: of the county in their .selection by the governor on the death of I Remodelling templates chain of sugar mills be- i ,

of officials 'and it is certain with the late Joe Clark: ] and W. L. :Maddox Further indication of the. need for r I Hospital NearsCompletion tween Clewiston' and Canal Point to- Y

: and H. L. Delaney county homes and apartments in Clewistonwas PROGRESS SHOWN'iN tons
sane government coupled with, the commissioners talling 30,000_ daily grinding ca- ,

,; prosrcssve ,spirit of Hendry county, from Felda and LaBelle. seen this week when 'G. L. Es- pacity. Twelve, thousand : additional '
:
Those who will be returned to of- penlaub who is building a $10,000 repair acres are being planted for next fall
[;'>r.' residents that this section is scheduled i BURGUIERESJ Repairs to the old administration .'
fice are Hurd L. Reeves; county tax ; i
,: garage and apartment buildingon grinding.
development :
f: to make great strides in building on Del ,Monte avenue are '.
: assessor Dan L. McLaughlin, sheriff, Sugarland highway east of Fran An additional mill 'of/2500 ton daily
few
the next
during years.
.: ; nearing completion and Clewjston'sfirst '
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and the county commissioners W. L. cisco street, reported that all of the 'STATE BULLETiN hospital to be operated, by Dr. I ,capacity ..:Will be erected; .'i In 1929 at. ;I

Murray, W. C. "Bill" Hooker and six 2-room apartments hare already Canal Point, where thero'; exists' .already -
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.. Prospects for the year 1929 are exceptionally F. L. Tatom will be open about February "
j Selden Stewart. I been rented although the building '. '- In 'operating condition, a 600 "'
bright a study of the activities 1 '''' 1, it was, announced yesterdayby .,
':' of the Sou- Members of the school board'elect- r will not 'be ready for occupancy until -. State' Leads In Average Dr. Tatom.According 'I'ton, mill. '- ,." < r' ,'

ed were A. L. Taylor; A. O. Wardof I after the first of the year. Designs are .now bein 9I [!'"-completed,

f., .. Prospects them Sugar com.t Felda and E. L. Alston of Clew- The building which will Value of, Farm Lands to ,the present plans it field surveys ]being, made, ,and'pro- :n'

'. Goodparry plans show. j compare In will bQ'.a' 18 bed hospital' :which, posals for material and equipment received \
iston. Country.Activity I
:Mr. Alston's, place Is now vacant favorably with the better apartment .f.. '
During the past '.: there will be ,two white wards of five I towards the building ,of another .
however since ,
he moved backto buildings in Clewiston consists of a If '
,: year we have been blessed with many l1is'home in Florida is again ac- each, a negro :ward and two private. factory at Canal Point, 'whose
in Georgia and' this ; I
va- large repair the .
garage on ground .
pieces of good fortune and during cancy, will bo filled by appointmentby curately reflected, in, the latest progress rooms. *, :I construction ..will. start in", January.; ;
floor with the six 2-room apartments .
the next' there is reason
year every Governor Doyle E. Carlton. i % '1i Iletion',. issued by Jules M.TBurguiefes An operating room Is'. b''in'g arranged -, 1929. and for' which a largp 'acreageoftcane'Is'norxrbelngp

,. ,4f. to be believe that our progress.. will .above. '" .' : !'atlhe-re'ar:6f- *' .planted.-.<. oJ'_ .&AI: .
the-birllding
p''" With 'this list of competent men Sturdily constructed of J3urgiiTeresm'anciv'Chip l a-n. the building r
be even more startling Clewiston '
(. For this factory the largest known
ley of West Palm Beach. The latest operating room on the street
holding the reins of tile r
,-r., today is the talk of the state and county govern- is of and stuoco to a height of and most practical units will be used
ment the prospects for and bulletin reads in part as {follows: (Continued. page eighty) I
f. with the 1,500 ton a day mill to be progress (Continued on page four) I for its initial operation in order that
development during the next four Figures announced by the United
started in a few weeks, stories on
it can also be Increased in capacity
years are exceptionally bright. i States Department of Agricultureshow Local Men Rent '-K '1 mi
the event will bo carried in papers Clewiston Will as can be the Clewiston factory. 'This]
r that Florida leads the countryin
and magazines throughout the coun Tract Of Clewis factory will have, for its first year's ,
Get New County average value of farm acres. This R
try. Roads are under construction, Two CARS BEANS Land For operation, a capacity of 2,500 tonfof*
Roads Here Soon means that an acre of Florida farm CropsE.
o homes are being built, railroads are cane daily and is so arranged thatit
land is held at a higher average I
feverishly pushing extensions, and can be symmetrically and economIcally -
L. Stewart, cashier of the First
LEAVE CLEWISTON Favorable price than any where else in the nation 4
the Southern Sugar company is carrying recommendations o n doubled, tripled or quadrupled
Bank
of Clewiston and W. C. "Bill"Hooker
and the for this is the
out big expansion plans. Truly new'"-county roads for the Clewiston reason in capacity, as rapidly as the cane
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, Clewislon is the center of 'the state's FOR N. Y MARKET section were made 'to, the county average possibilities in production.The president of the Clewistou planting program develops, so that ,
Packing have rented 40
company a
; .:'. most prosperous section. commissioners at a if vial meetingin figures given in the report are it can have an ultimate grinding capacity ,,j
acre tract of land owned by A. C.
) LaBelle last Saturday and arrangements interesting; with the. average value with two large milling sets, }

I 'I l Hooker Says Shipment :will be made to have the placed at 100 per cqnt for 1912 and I I Clewis, Tampa banker and are preparing up to a total of 10,000 tons dally, '.\
u' Two carloads of Clewiston beans the ground to put in beans
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, roads constructed. 1914, the value as of March '1928 I which is considered sufficient to un ''
4 rolled north this week from the Clew- !I Will Bring $1,000 and tomatoes. .'II 0
.i I I The roads granted are: beginningat I stood at 176 per cent in Florida. The dertake under a single center. !
If' iston Packing com- I
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. Per Car HereI the southeast corner of section 16, New England states show an aver- Tractors are now at work on the I Twelve thousand additional acres i iI
New
dt, Beans to the
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pany
,'. township 43 range 34 east thence age of 125 per cent-the middle Atlantic land it It is expected, that the plant- are being planted in sugar cane for 1
fl II' ShippedYork market. The I I
1!."-:;., bean shipment according ': Two cars of beans were shippedthis west along south line of said section states an average, of 110 per ing will be completed, by January 20, I next year's grinding, a fleet of 75 '

week by the Clewiston Packing 13 and sections 21, 28, 33 and 4 to cSnt-' :the South :Atlantic states 134 with the first picking of beans to be tractors is thundering unceasingly,
of
i : to Bill Hooker president
company to the Robert T. Cochran the south-quarter corner of section per cent-the Mountain states 101 made about March 20 and the toma- over the rich muck land preparing
I the Packing will bring $!,-
company
000 nice Christmas company for the New York market, 4, township 44 'south range 34 east per cent-the Pacific states 142 per toes late in April. it for sugar cane planting. I j
car-a
I ,.. per present it was announced yesterday by W. -2-from north quarter corner sec- cent-the East Central states 130 The Clewis tract rented by Mr. Most of the work on the Southern
: although a little late. Daily thee '
.: C. Bill Hooker president; of the local tion 13 township 43 south range 33 per cent, and the West Southern Hooker and Mr. Stewart is said to Sugar' company plantations is done
possibilities of this section are'j i I horses
( \ company.: With the present high mar- east thence south through center of Central states 137 per cent. rank with the best land In this section by efficient machines. No or

j brought out more clearly. As though ket fancy beaus are bringing approximately section 13 and sections 24, 25, 36 and The Celotex company reports the and it is ,expected that a record mules 'are used. The equipment used
it.; it were not enough to be the center I has been designed especially to meet
) $7 per hamper but the beans 1 to the south quarter corner of sec- biggest shipment ot'any month in yield will be 'made in both the bean
f' of America'$ new sugar bowl we are the. conditions necessitated by the r
!f I shipped here this week were not of 1 township 41 south range 33 'east; Celotex: history with the close of and tomato crop. "-
: also in the center of what is potentially rich, light muck soils. All tractor
r, America's winter vegetable I the fancy variety. The shipment :Mr. |'3-from tine northwest conren sec- their fiscal, year October 31, 1928. ;)Both Mr. Hooker and Mrs. Stewart I equipment has extra wide treads, and

wrf garden. In the story of the beans I Hooker said should bring about ?!,- tion 17 township 43 south range 33 Shipments for the, month of October have been Interested in farming operations -I the Athey Truss wheels used now in

I 000 per car, or $2,000 for the total east thence south along the west were substantially 32,000,000 feet, as in this section for some time
,: there is also a clearly defined argu- hauling seed cane, and later for harvesting i
consignment. lines of sections' 17 against previous high record in Julyof and well with soil
20, 29, 32 and are acquainted
; ment for Everglades drainage. It is : also have a special wide
The shipment was handled by the 5 to the southfest corner of section 27,000,000 feet. B. G. Dahlberg, conditions.In maximum ,I
I well to remember that these beans I tread, calculated to carry a
Clewiston Packing company but the 5, 44 president of the Celotex Is I It
township south company
33 east which
, cama from farms within the Everglades range ; the two cars of beans load under all conditions.
"' growers who raised the beans were 4-from north 1.4 also president of the South Coast
f drainage district while in the corner section 21 were shipped from Clewiston this With 40,000 acres under water con- 0

undranied Everglades east of here, N. L. Bedford of Liberty Point, E. L. township 43 south range 34 east company in Louisiana and of the I week were beans from Hooker and trol, the work of draining* the rest

.:; farmers, are only now preparing to Stewart, and Geiger and Hooker. thence west along north line of said Southern Sugar company in FlorIda. I Stewart farms. (Continued on page four) !

The beau market has been rising section 2S and
sections 29 30 35
: ,
;.' ..get in their crops as a result of thetigh two of the largest sugar develop-
steadily since early fall and beans 26 and 27 I
the
to northeast
corner of
I A\ ; water of September; fact ''worth ments in the United States. Celotexis
are bringing higher prices EPWORTH LEAGUE PANTOMINE AT.
mature consideration. now than section 27, township 43 south range ;
I
any time since last October. l33 east. synthetic lumber made from the I

f i Clewiston's first hospital will be I fibre of sugar cane after, the juice LA BELLE VOTED BIG SUCCESS :,

opened about February 1, according CLEWISTON KIDDIES RALLY AROUND is extracted., !

;; 'to the progress
The Epworth League of the LaBelle Virginia RiderMary.C. .
Hospital now being made, BERT MELVILLES COMPANY
COMMUNITY TREE TO GREET R. Christie-JosephX :
SANTAHis Methodist, church presented on Sun-
"announced ,
Plannedit was I .. TO GIVE $25.00 AWAY FRIDAY 1
Carl Bekemeyer-Inn Keeper. I
this week by Dr. day night December 23 a pantomine
The 'following are the shepherds:
F. L. Tatom, local physician. The beard Bert Melville's Associated Players entitled "Benjamin, the Shepherd's
possibly grown a trifle Mrs. Albert Backus, Miss Marian F. \ Donald Bush, Robert Maglll, Richard i

7 .,. importance of this to Clcwlstou' cannot whiter, and effects of heavy eating Leydig, Tony Lehner, ,and "Jim are here this week playing for the Son." Pfluge, Houston Stewart, John Stew- 1
r.; be overestimated. It is a growing showing in a bigger wa teline but Beardsley. War Veterans are enjoying a successful I Mrs., Addicks should be given es- art. 4 I
custom# for people coming into a new I
/ otherwise the Immediately after the last carol, pecial mention for her reading of the The guests were as follows: Madeline -
to check same Santa' Claus arrived week. The.Company is one of
community up carefully on Santa having changed from his pantomine which was 'ery, excellent. Ayer, :Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Mrs. !
the medical facilities of the town, in Clewiston last Monday night the most popular attractions is a
1 sleigh and reindeers to a truck arrived Also Mrs. C. O. Thomas for the tire- C. O. Thomas, Frances Hubert, :Mary ",

;I :-,.. -and it is 'a prominent piece of news I to greet Clewistou kiddies around thi when several selections were home institution. Fort Pierce is the less way she worked to make the Henderson, Jane Henderson, Anna ;

: .. that medical cases of virtually every I brilliantly lighted Christmas tree in ,gIven by the orchestra from the Bert home and headpuarters of the Bert i program a huge success. Mrs. Barton Burnett, Ruby; O'Bannon, Virgie l lI

' description can be handled here with the park opposite the Clewiston Inn. Melville shows now here for a. week. Melville's Company. They carry a Hall played the accompanimentfor I O'Bannon, Edna Moon, and Olive ;
't the completion of Dr. Tatom's hos- Prior to his arrival """ ..
j singing of com Calling the children by name hundreds i the splendid Christmas hymns I Newcomb. / -
largo size banner for their home town
pital. His, experience as .physicianand munity Christmas carols were en- of gifts were distributed amid sung by the chorus.A C. O. Thomas, Selden Stewart and,. c
. surgeon at the state prison hospital joyed and several Christmas hymns : which Is a great poultry center. I '
_.. much laughter and merriment The : generous free will offering was Rev. W. R. Howell deserve much.. ....

:, r at Raiford and his subsequent were sung by members of the Clew- distributing of gifts was completedin On :Friday night they are offering received at the close of the service.. credit, as committee in charge ,of-.-..-- ,r..:

:.. practise in Lake Worth where he iston community church.: In the '-an hour but the beautifully lighted Following are the list of charac- decorations. George Burchard for the I

had an enviable reputation, fit him church chorus directed by Ed Bailey tree, 25.00 to any couple getting married \
was kept lighted far into the ters: drawing of the star and .1\11' J. II.

: :!" ( ideally for the work he Is planningin were Mrs, Julius Alston, Mrs G. night. on the stage.there: have been two Rev. W. R. Howell-Jothan. Pfaff for the making of advertising

: Clewiston. Lawton Sims, Mrs. Dick C. Miller, J. D. Corriher acted i as Santa. couples in view. Gco Hall-Benjamin. posters. it itI

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;f:: ,' The Clewiston News I An Accidental' er affairs for the family. Leaving the 1 blow from behind with a heavy weapon i\, ,
Accomplice I ,}
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; Successor *"
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", ; Triggs home Washington Square of some sort. >)

!'': "., Entered. as second-class matter February, 8, 1928, at the i': post office about ten o'plock:: he had announced Continued, next week.

I"; Clewiston" Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. '' BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON ol, ">os, I'm afraid there i/s." 'his intention of walking to his own "V \

Copyright 1928} Doubeday Doran & "I hope you will be very, 'very happy home in Park Avenue. DR. P., H. JONES, Dentis\

; LOUIS A. MORGAN. . ., Pilblisher., Company ,' said Mixer, as he turned to Shortly before eleven o'clock he Moore Haven, Fla. .
I leave, "and, remember, Miss Dare
-- had been found by Policeman O'Tolle I will be In office In Moor
TOM SMITH : :. . r '. . .. .. Si} ,Editor. "I know," said Mixer almost sadly for always Max: Mixer is a friend you, lying senseless\ in the side street only Haven on the following iny date:: 0 41

,..1. Subscription Rates .- I "that I do not belong to the orderof '. can count one ready" as always to a few steps from his own door. Nov. 5.6-7.8.9-10-26-27
help you If he can.
I society ,in which you used to as. I Investigation showed that he apparently 2829.30.Dec. t
t t By mail outs ide of Florida By mail In, FlolidaOne socrale, but think how differently Chapter Thirty-Five had been struck a crushing 1171819202122.

year $2.5v One: year', v ', $2.00 you wll be placed now. Oh, girl. girl! I. SON OF THE' MIGHTY -
"Oh, Carol
Carolcried
Doris
Six months 1-50 ,/ Six months 1.09 Life's going to ,be very hard for; you. ? I -
bursting in on her at Mrs. Murchi.i I w
to Thre'e months 1.25 Three mouths ; ,75NEWS' I love you so-I want to be. in a po.. ,
son's, "have you seen this?" j I
sition to shield you,, to protect you .
PLATFORM She was holding a newspaper In I
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I can't bear' to see you suffer, and
transportation.: her hand, excitedly pointing to' the ","",,'
1. Definite'control of Lake Okeechobee with water not be able to help you." :.' '---- '-
transportation and headlines. Carol took the from .. ,
for local paper
2. Early completion of the highways. (.'. "In other words," said Carol-she her Was I '
wonderingly.
it .
something
.concentration of products. had not meant to be sarcastic, though about her father? ... \ ,,'.. .' ....,... ,..-
i. 3. A substantial downward revision'of freight rates on vegetables and after she said 'It she felt It sounded 'ruLIll .
I f" I Classes ,
markets. "Prosper Strong waylaid by robbers : Enjoy
r i. other products;: of this region to the northern : ,. much that way-"you are asking meto'ma'r'ry "
I was
4. The fu.l functioning of a cooperative nrarkeUng association for: you, because you 'pity 'me1:" the legend she read. .:. I
: I Eagerly she 'scanned the columns. .

1". both buying and selling purposes. ._, ; ;,, :,J :.' .; "No- riono, ," he ,cried. "It's. be. They told haw!' for several days the ,

:L '- -7 '. cause I love you, I worship, you, I financier I
r : t' I J 1 I had been missing from his .
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'.. ", FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. ,. 1928FLORIDA'MANUFACTURE ,' : I :. '''I, .' : ::1 want )'ou'!!" I office.,. and Wall Street had 'been/ filled -I .) : Our, Hospitality: J \ !I

.' r .. .'.:- ,.,: ''J:. ... '. i .,.: ., i I Carol, moved' i >In spite! of herself,. with .rumors about. him. .One sto.. '" I .' ,
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rslook.} her head: decisively"It 1 ry had it that he had gone to Eu. ,, \, .. ', I'l l
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c&K{ nover be?" rope 'on some mysterious mission, '. .' .
an.
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..the for "'r-fJ'iy ;%(1'I It because 'I ;am V i other that he was seriously III. It ..c. ,.,
this the first ',issue of. a magazine need : '
came
desk week '
To our ) =he 'b'e/sitated-{ 'aVbltier race-a'Jew' nard" 'now been ascertained that I a few' '' -

::1'; which 'has 'been evident in Florida for .'some, lime. The nag'' ilne'is "Florida ?" -. "', I evening ago, 'he had been assaultedand ,This. : is, one.'ofthe 'many reasons why you : !,;('.\
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published in "Tamp by i fr. Va'yol i who l eta in iris "first issue 'explained "No;" Vaid Carol l, "it's 'Trot', that.I. serI6 sIY'il jur'ed. The newspaper, .I ""
Manufacture" :
will l find'
1\ I. ., ..' llad: not cVen'thbugh'of that.. said: I our hotel always. full. ;4('
:. of the 'will. be to. encourage the use of. FlorIda hbt'even i ', '
paper : ;: ,
that the :purpose : ",VDont 'care for) me- .1 will j;:'
you It be recalled! that the Rev. "J". .,
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; .' ", little?' he j 'erstst 'd "Iris (piercing : :
made products. __ a Dr., Triggs, rector of St. Esther's was \ : .. "/" 4, !
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:" I eyes' : : stricken with apoplexy, dying in- ,, .
:;':: The publication Is well edited and should be {'credit 'to, the 'sf te. Particularly read what, was in her heart."I I I stantly, on the evening of the day : : .

; 0 pleasing is :the conspicuous: .,absence, 'of' 'brass ;band i methods 'd"l" admire :you greatly,". said ,Carol that, John'....! Howland' .Dare. .the banker,' .
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. (/ 0 .:" .. i .' .,' : slowly., "I respect t" your; achievements..i 1,was convicted.' Dr. Triggs'had overtaxed The rsame' service will-be! found' in our dining :
!g" it Is clearly the intention of the'Publisher to tell :the truth about Florida I sympathize with your ideals. I'm his strength in attending the 0 I
interested in work, but_" 'I
your '
?" manufacture 'in 'an interesting Way., thus. encouraging' greater consumptionof "But you think I'm not good trial, Mr. Dare having been' one of room. ,I'
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i-l' Florida made products.Absurd enough for you;" he interjected bit :,
:' \ The ,fatal, stroke had come to himas
tJl"::j' ... '. \ terly. he sat chatting In his x study with Everyone is made to feel at home when
4r, as it: seems we in Florida import vegetables:from the north, eat "No, no, it's nothing like 'that," interjected ,.. j
i'. ... -, .,: i l : : :.3 v ,' "I'm proud and honored Mr. Strong about the financial\ needsof I' i .,
Carol.
Mexico, from China; and bmons from Spam. While these
beans from eggs St. Esther's Horn'1 for Churchgoing '
of rho
that you care for me-that you they are guests "
{)" foreign to manufacturegenerall' upealdng 't they 'lo'n"e: 'under the Working 'Girls.. Mr. Strn.:;, after eL"i < 4
: may seem wish .to marry me.It's. grand and noble > !

,, '. I. .. same heading-at least they are evils which can 1): corrected by the people of, you to_ ,come like: this to me- the mained rector's for sev"rnhOllrs sudden\ .datb, looking; gad aft-re- I .".......::...(",. '':;,:,; ,...,- .."'<...F-< '......:..'.'",.'..",'."'.....,,.,..1'.'...")e-...\.,<.'o.J. ,'...:.J/ .:.J'. ,..... <.

: "" / a convict's daughter. wish I could .. ',:'.< "<,: f.:.;: ,: .. :-"'.'-, :; :> .!? ; '.''';''1. .'' .
:;:1 of Florida backed by an enterprising paper such as the Florida. Manufacture.At care for' you. l'' wish I could marry : -'- '" :, ; I > : : .1'.1'I :-:

'''But I don't love that LEGAL NOTICE \ t
you. you way. I,.
; state paper last week in commenting 'o'n the fact that pralines will .'
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., It's, out of the uestion. I ,;, :

Ii:'""J' be manufactured by the Southern Sugar company said that i.t. hoped that "But," pursued. Mixer, "don't you. The annual 1 meeting of the stock-

:: think in time could learn to care holdersf Firs Hank, of Clewiston \
you ,
/ : '. the sugar would come from Clewiston and the pecan 'nuts from 'the big 'I
for me, to love me? Girl, girl,' I'd be will ''be held in th-5 'off'c* of 'the Bankat

.. pecan pecan groves of north Florida. so good t'6 you., I'd give you 1 everything Clewir on, He**dry County Florida. I The Watanabe Hotel :..

I\It' I in the 'world. I'd share all your(; January 2. 19P9, at Eight ,'

:: ; Another prominent person who has been 'workirlg, ,\' ,quietly ,to bring' to I troubles 'with you.I'd -help you fj.( get 'M. O.'CIOCk'J'p.

r,, : Floridans and northerners alike, .a truePicture of active Florida is Jules your father free.I'd. make you love I I El BERT L, STEWART f
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Cashier ti.I
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-;: i.' M. Burguieres of Burguieres and Chipley West Palm? Beach. .I\,. ...... --' -
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:. 'bear1ng ,would 'do all that. I know, you
'. Periodically Mr. Burguieres has condensed important .act> vi ties you
f"'...:'.. ; .woni(' I think you are. one, (r':the I' .::0I:0\
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on Florida into a comprehensive interesting: biggest, kindest",:' finest men in the 1 5 V '

which is circulated 'not only! in 'Floridabut throughout the 'north. world. I wish I could love you, butI I I 5 "
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.. ,' '.." Whether the topic of 'i interest be sugar or citurs, vegetables or railroads a disappointed manner Max '":':!(' ,
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t.-1: ., .1 t.,.u, and the impartiality shdwn in recording these' various phases, of progress "Is there some one else?" he ask \ .
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'. is seen in the f act that the Burguieres bullelion Is welcome in all of ed gently I '
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sobbed Car. .
"No, there's no-yes,
" :\' the newspaper offices and on most of the desks of prominent business men 1 i
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t. I ------ : So faras known,Jack and his famous beanstalk haveS L

.'. So it is with the new\ magazine published in Tampa, and for .the good :' ) ,'" (' \ // S. never'come. out of the fable and down to earth where t:."
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j of the state it should be supported by everyone who has the ''interest and 1 z. ; t r ivy S I/nt./ iiiir't we could have a good look_ at them. But fabulous '. '

: '. t. tl; q4fl.c \ things have actually happened in the line of stalks, "' '-
T development of the state at heart.FARMING :'
,4. ..' right here in the United States and in the year '1928.

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> AND BUSINESS ,Until about three' years ago any sugar cane; stalk

that to be 13 feet tall and two inches in diameter
With Clewiston and Henry county destined to ,be the greatest farm area, grew
'r could consider itself among the biggest of its 'kind.. ,
I in>< Florida editorial appearing in a recent issue of the Punta Gorda Herald '
0I #&M Canes I to i% inches thick and 7 to 12 feet tall were
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.( '. and 'the need for the adoption of modern business methods 'in farming' Is o ", .. i ,/ I the so-called P.-O..J. canes, planted in the rich,

;.: ., well stressed.. The editorial reads: o 0 ." ..; i \ V black muck lands of the 'Florida Everglades, ,made .; .,
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, .' Largely due to 'the sham sympathy[ expressed for the farmers ''by politicians r: the of their
F canes sprang upas. giants species, 2 to ,.

; a great many of the rural population have 'been educated, so to' S'.1', \ Qy 3'finches in thickness and i o to 18 feet tall I Sections ':>, ,

speak, to .look upon all other classes-: of people as natural enemies. ')":".f., '..y-(.'C. ,11 '-s.1J.1. F'lS'A !" of them look more like jointed fence posts than like s';','

fl' :.0:.0 f ordinary sugar canes. In tons of cane per acre and-in
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t '.' ., 11 (1V'S/)/ ,. sugar yield per ton cane, J. stocks in

and industry are continually seeking to take advantage of, him, and that: '.;-''51.. '.' i 2. 2 o '** ; :: Florida have far exceeded.the predictions, of experts" ..

__ they care nothing' about his welfare.- On its face such an idea is ridiculous' ; F ijUv. \ f... '''who had recognized the Everglades properties? as

; ; ''III iV r: ;';' among the most, fertile and ideally located lands on
because when the buying power of the farmer is decreased all business and
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t industry suffers. W u-\Z.'JlP' Vl V.! '
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p' .- Sugar Company : acquired over

In' an effort to bring about a better mutual understanding between 1 Iiii1fi 'it 'i 110,000 acres of these rich muck lands; has completely -

it farmers and business men, a commendable movement has been started by Clewiston Plumbing 7A'l' J' -, I \ drained and planted to sugar cane a substantial '

t.l: the Canadian' Chamber of Commerce, which proposes a series of conferences Company f, : part of its huge acreage; has 'completed two Y"II

/ modern grinding mills or "centrals"; and is harvesting -
;ri in which representatives of agriculture, commerce 'and industry may sit ,
Contractors I l\ I' 'a satisfactory crop for the year 1928. This ,j,
r around.the same table for a frank and free'discussion. of their various I>l'obJj + > ,g company and the South Coast Company of Louisiana ,

: lems. If 'all concerned. will only cooperate wholeheartedly in such r. conferences J. W. ARMESON, Prop. 1 ; are energetically devoted to the important cause of

f much good may be ,,accomplished.I ., d 'r ';, developing a large"domestic sugar growing industr : '

r'f <\ --' ,, [ t ti.. The interesting story of their work is contained in

'\f Business men recognize that the farmer. is also a business man, or illustrated booklet which wiH be
it t 7Jon.f an sent upon request.DAHLBERG .

,j.? ought to' be, because farming' be successful must be 'conducted on-, businesslike rcli! .r.r"S 1 / I r b' .

r principles. Old-fashioned hit or miss methods are just. as fatal to use
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I t the farmer as to a merchant or manufacturer. Yet one of the greatest handicaps I Ir SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES ,v feiof
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t. to the farmer's success is his failure to profit by the example o'f other ITCH ME .

1 business groups In forming strong local, state' and '''national organizations. \

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"_'. ; ". a a great many scorn 'the assistance offered them by experts: whose ; M'lh and Plantations i in Louisiana \LJttp / a/ills and'Plantations in Florida
Clean To Use
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*r be highly beneficial. The business man, on the .' ,ar'nans y .
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alert to discover better ;ways of doing things. I GuaranteedBOTTLE \ I l

50c tF lJ'! 'Executive Offices: 645 North Michigan Avenue. ; .
Closer contact between agriculture and other lines of business Is extremely .: Chicago'r r: ,,
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Ground Itch, Tropical Sores --yj
desirable, and any ''means whereby this can be brought about; either Muck Itch, Ring Worm -'-- --- >> J t

ti In local communities or in the country at large, should be eagerly sought IT YIELDS LIKE MAGIC

and its fullest employment encouraged. For Sale by All Druggists "Tin. in the'/o//on// >ing t A ublications." Chicago /ou t W

1706 N. W. 36 St. Miami, Fla. J rnal of ies Dal-ly, Barren's Weekly, Wall Street Jrk, Forbes.'s 13* s '


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LOCAL HOSPITAL i Cl.w'ston! ," Mr. Espenlaub said "and
ABOUT SUGAR WAYIIAVE J 1 WILL BE OPENED I that The Southern >Sugar company's
leyHE. j[ my judgment was right may be I I properties, lying in the
Interesting items picked ta ran' II .ON FEBRUARY 1 ;r, seen In the rapid renting of the of Florida, ,about central part

dom, showing activity in the sugar You BEARD THAT-.I r i apartments. I am confident of similar -j j the east and west equidistant coasts have f om'I I

cane industry in Florida northern \ side of the building will bo used as i ian I success with the repair garage. usually advantageous ..., .

Everglades. ) '" X-ray room, it wag! said. I have spent years In'the .transportation :
Miss Elizabeth Bailey! save a Hailey, Betty Spicer and Margie A modern kitchen I I garage business facilities, being reached by two great 1
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'I Christmas partt in honor of her Sun Harvel. : per cent service will railway systems, the Atlantic Coast ,;;
Within a few weeks the, wheels of cluded so that the Clewiston hospital !''be our motto." Line and ;
day school class at the home of Miss the Florida East Coastrallway -
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the great 1,500 ton a day sugar mill will have all of the necessary ap- ,
Margie Ilarvel on Crescent drive. Leon Elso Blasco Spanish inventor I t'I both affording direct lines to !
wjll start turning in the manufacture appointments seen in hospitals in','' the north
of Florida sugar. Toasting: marshmallows at the open I of a cane planting machine which Is much larger ciu 's. 'I 1929 PROSPECTS and west. n

fire place as well as many games I being tried out at Clewiston left: .here" Emergency cases of all description I.' < UNUSUALLY. GOOD Both of these railway systems have l'

For the past few months items dealing were enjoyed by all. Refreshments last Friday for his plantation in will be -cared for and special lights ;I recently extended their,lines through

with construction progress were ; of hot chocolate. and cakes were Cuba. are to be Installed in the operating j' gram is being carried out by the the Southern Sugar company's prop. .
erties.
served. Southern Sugar company, and The Florida East Coast rail-
'. carried in this column, but a more' 4 room. expansion way has built
comprehensive understanding of the Those present were .the Misses E. J. Kerr and Mr. Perkins motored -1 Although Dr. Tatom*believes that i! of that company's operations as I Its former tracks westward from
Elizabeth Bailey ,Sarah Busscy, Louise outlined by Mr. terminus at Canal Point,
Dahlberg in
December
of the project be seen to West Palm Beach to will -i "
greatness may spend it not be necessary to have a r along the lake shore to ",
Bussey, Verna Busbin, Lois Webb, 1927 at the the Miami
giound breaking
from a description of the mill. the. holiday. large hospital staff at present, there : ceremonies -,I canal. The Atlantic( Coant Linp f''n-m I IS
Lera Webb, Ermine Whitcomb, Gladys }' for tho new mill. is beln ; -- -
will be'five' people on the hospital followed -- ---- Clewiston, the terminus of Its Haines .
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The, factory building is conciliated H. E. Fridge spent Christmas day staff to the letter. ,
consisting of a graduate nurse, City division has extended
its tracks
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entirely of steel and concrete with cane racks with side opening gates with his family in Fort Myers.Mr. !1 In connection with the activities ol t eastward
a practical nurse, a maid, a cook and to the Miami canal,
concrete floors throughout and is similar to the equipment used by the and Mrs. W. C. Hanson motored ,the Southern Sugar company several
an orderly addition, to Dr. Tatom.Dr. dition .
equipped! entirely with the most large sugar companies in Cuba. to Miami last week on a shoppingtour. new residents will be brought here: spent a considerable sum In ':
Tatom was fformerly In
modern and massive>> machinery for: chargeof :,resulting in the necessity of construction The Atlantic Coast Line has In ad- .
tho state prison hospital '
at Rai-
These cars are weighed on a stand- building a new station at Clewiston
the economical manufacture of raw I of several more homes and ,
ford, taking of both and
care surgical. and Improving the road bed.
sngar. ard gauge 50 foot Fairbanks track Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ames and Internal apartments.

scale and then fixed Into a heavy son Leonard of Canal''' Point spent medical cases. i Payrolls which during the past '. In addition to the rail facilities

It is designed for' operating at a steel side dumping platform which Christmas in Tampa and St. Peters [year have soared to more, than $20- water transportation is available as
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minimum of ,cost and will comparekfavorably when the side gates are unlatched, burg. NEW GARAGE TO '000 weekly are scheduled to go teven o all the Southern Sugar company'sproperties !

with the best factory'n tilts the cars sideways to anangle of BE OPENED HERE are contiguous to Lake
greater heights
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the sugar world. I 30 degrees and dumps the cane ontoa Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel and EARLY IN YEARten ,'Sion program! planned. expan-. ''Okeechobee. There are five canals,

heavy conveyor moving in all | the Palm Beach canal, the Hillsboro]
daughter Margie motored to Miamito The
I past year has also been mark
steel troughs mounted in a reinforced feet above which the building canal, the North
New
The mills for grinding: the cane- spend Christmas. Mrs. Harvel and ed with startling from last River canal,,
were built by the Hooveu, Owens concrete pit, which carries the cane Margie plan to spend several weeks will be frame and stucco.In 'December when the progress the St. Lucie canal and the Miami
first spadeful of
Rentschler company of Hamilton, 0., up a steep incline, equipped with automatic with relatives in Miami and Delray.Mr. front of the garage will be wide earth was turned for canal, which run to the Atlantic
the
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and consist of a 33"x78" crusher levers and discharge the concrete driveways and a modern coast and access to the Gulf coast .
to the mills. I filling station where Standard Oil of the new 1.500 ton a day sugar be had
cane can through
driven by a 22"x42" Corliss engine, .. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw mill which is a canal and the
a 42"x72" Searby shredder driven bya f company gas and oils. will be han1 now completed. Caloosahatchee river.
spent Christmas with Mrs.Rack:-
300: hp. electric motor and three I .This cane handling system is now, dled. In the repair garage all makes I More 'than 40 new buildings have One of the interesting results of
straw's West
people in Palm Beach. I been
roller mills 34"x78" driven' by a the most accepted for the economical I of cars will be serviced, Mr. 'Espen constructed or planned and the the Southern Sugar company's development -

3G"x60" Corliss engine. A "Box' over- r handling of cane to the mills\ and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfrey left Monday laub said and the motto of his establishment '1'\town has been faced with a house is the phenomenal growth.

head electric traveling crane Is installed : most generally! used in the large sugar ; for North Carolina' where 1Irs.odfrey's I will be 100 per cent ser-[Shortage condition brought on by the of the city of Clewiston.

In the mill house for serving countries. ..... arrival of workers In, the sugar mill Four years ago the s its of Clew- ..
father is very ill. I vice.A ,
this plant when the mills need adjustments machine shop where ace tylnme construction and the field operationsof isto'n was a, forbidding swamp, with '.

or repairs.. I The boiler and electric power plant Donald French Is spending the holidays welding will be done is also. to be the, Southern Sugar .company. the exception of a little strip of high

i for the operation of the industry is ,' included in .the garage. II i: I ground along the lakefront where a
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The sugar factory proper, t.aside installed in separate buildings from j student at Rollings college Mr. Espenlaub who with his brothers -,fROMINENT MEN small ramshackle hotel and a few

f from the milling plant, is operated the manufacturing portion and con- operated a garage in Venus came OF COUNTRY TO I shacks<*< were the only buildings-" t

entirely by electric motor driven sists of four Sterling boilers of 500 Arthur Lawrence-spent the week to Clewiston to study conditions here ATTEND EVENT day, blewiston is a modern city, experiencing -

pumps and machinery of the most h.p. each equipped for burning either' and was s"o impressed the most rapid population .
i end In Fort Myers. with the possibilities -:
? Improved type. The clarification of cane fibre or fuel oil and the electric ? that he immediately negotiated !of the company's property to prepare growth; of any "place;""*In Florida. It

the juices is done by a combinationof power is generated by two Burke for the it for cane cultivation is rapidly pro has miles of graded streets. with I
Bill Hooker was in LaBelle Saturday purchase of the prop-
continuous clarifiers, auxiliary set Electric company generators of 850 j ceeding. Pumping stations are being 'stone sidewalks, an abundant supplyof
erty on the
of highway with Jim
attending special meeting
tling and decanting tanks and filter KVA-410 volts, 60 cycles, each driven a I erected at various points along the pure filtered water, piped to all
Beardsley,
the county commissioners. local real estate man and I
presses. by two. Hamilton Corliss .engines. made immediate lake, and huge dredges .;are at work, structures, electric'llghts and tele- '
preparations for ( -
I\, I : cutting[: new canals and ditches. phones.
L. A. :Morgan of Fort Meade accompanied building.
{ The evaporation of the juices Into The graining department consistsof I The canes {gown on the Florida r
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I by his son-in-law R. R. Dugger Appreciating the need for apartments
affected three of the calan- muck land attain FOR THE PURPOSE OF TAKING
!l sugar is by a quadruple effect vacuum pans the astonishing
: evaporator made by the .. Kilby dria and coil types, two of,10 feet in: ]I!II is spending a few days in Clew- here Mr. Espenlaul) had plans height: of from 14' to 20 feet with INVENTORY

I j Manufacturing company of Cleveland; diameter and one of 13 feet, manufactured iston visiting his. son L. A. Morgan, drawn 'including the six 2-room apart-Jig] thick stalks, yielding over a considerable i :*:. .
I ments above the I L Our office, and warehouseswill
of all cast irona nd copper construction by the Bauerele and Morris jl'4" garage. (' i acreage, averages of from yard
I Hardly had the building been started be closed fro mSaturdaynoon
p1 10 to 50
i containing 22,000 square of Philadelphia. tons per acre.
I Sam Schneidmall, accompanied by than applications began to pour : Dec. 29, until Wednesday
! feet of heating surface and designedfor -- I In addition to its profits from sug-I

1: operation with the minimus use The, electric motors operating the I George Heinz and Frank'I Richmann, in from prospective tenants and now,: the company will derive revenue'rom morning,' Jan. 2. -

I of steam. factory are principally of the Crocker motored to Sebring on Christmasday. with the building :yet to be completed:! the sale of bagasse'' to the Cel- BUILDING MATERIAL

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