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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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s Needed ForMill If -' State New rnor \ Local Water Test I
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VIEWS Celebration: ;,.,'. ,. '. Shows I er Y' Good" PLANS FOR BIG .

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;.rids visitors ex'pect ,_, .. ..uU __ ._........_ __. ""iv M It t--OPENING
thou s Reports
E' .h ,on .Clewiston water sent :;
.1' ON i here on January 14 for'the' of- I II to the state bureau of health at ;

stsrtms f. the "new "sugar Tallahassee! .
f showed Clewiston water NOW UNDER WAY
; call was sounded this week { to be
J.. N. EW' a "very good" it was announced :
n F.. Deane Duff, general I this
: week
paptaiager by Wilber D.
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for utqmpbile'" to carry II I, Cole in charge of this department. Governor Carlton And I
SMITH
BY..TOM' i .,rs coming by train"on' tours I I I: Every month samples of Clewis Entire. Staff Will Be

fW d the townsite and sugar de- ton water are sent to the state
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'J: Present '
: Tallahasse .ist'}' bustling' ,, with, activ-. i, a |meat While many 'of the vis- health department for palysis and. ; Special Cars

ity in completing. pi operations.. for I will,|| come by automobile, a consistently! the report has been From North to Become

;. fI,: the inauguration I I i' number have announced their ? .:.. :. I that the water 'is "very good." Clewiston Train At "

:' Inaugural '. of Governor Doyle j, come by train and practically Accurate check Is kept on the.local I
' Carlton next automobile In town will be ;.; : 1. 4c1 Jacksonville: *. ;
PLans- > :E. water supply and care Is takento

", *" .. Tuesday. Although E ary to, help make their, visit: see that Clewiston's, water sup- '!\ .. .. .

+ I" the 'ceremonies: til1. be. on a 'grand n ;ess. Those who: will! carry I ., ply is ,kept up to the usual high Preparations are well t under way .

;, himself htfs Around the townsite are standard. and .plans are rapidly nearIng completion
Carlton Is
" scale; Governor : r, v
formality to communicate with Capt.s for the ceremonies here on
i, expressed the desirethat ; ,, y ,i .a
uittt'tho guests be G s soon as possible,, that ar-' January 14 when the newly/completed,
REASONS ,
;be, oniltted .and' rents may be completed., II SOUND '
,, freed of tho formality of restraint ra 1,500 ton a day .mill'of the Southern
"
", Carlton" is a popular liguYethroughout : Sugar company will be officially start-:
Governor k REHOUSES i 'FOR 1 RIFF ARE' .
the state, and this first I ed here. Men of statewide and na-

o'iuittlni-! formality must fur- I II tional prominence will be present in-
ir step in I SEEN IN lETTER

\ ther cement. the, bond of friendship I I E PlANNED.lN' I IOESER qluding Florida's' new governor DoyleE.

t between Mm; and the people of FlorIda Carlton and his entire staff, and
** ,Florida
That* the inauguration exercises COURT1 Farmer ''Outlines judging. from the number of people
I' : ,
I should tie elaborate'. is right. News- Y, Situation In Letter who have announced, their intention

, men, representatives of newspaper r on' IVTade. After I ( 4 To OfficialsSubstantial of, being, .present: the mill starting!

and moving plpture photog: 1 I 1- ceremonies Is recognized as the dawn.
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[ Of LocalConditions '
Jcrvices and the exercises tudy, 1I I x. .< reasons for a protec /
i will be present f ..si 1 >sT'<;, of a new day for Florida and the Ev-

will gve Florida wonderful publicity le : .. tivetariff on Florida vegetables were. erglades. '" : '

the nation. But that outlined in !
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: throughout a letter to Florida
j senators -
his many [ i : f' ; n., t, ,: Included in the list. of those who
> wants immediateJcpnstiucree -
,G veynor Carlton : t or the ; fM,.. and congressmen by, L. S. Light
to be there in".easy, friendship more bungalowsTto com- s.. y will bo present ,are B.. G. Dahlberg !
friends,
tl'ir0 i4.3i of Reddick, Fla., who urged that oth- I
without 'formality. is a tribute to his Troeger court on Sagamore president of the Celotex company, .
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p (,er 1;
of.hft wo : 4 er farmers of the state ,join him in
3udginent, and indicative avsp era announced this week r I and .the Southern" '.. .Sugat'. ').company, ,
state otecutive'rna architect and build- 'r 'rY petitioning senators.and "
the ,
expect from Gordon} '+ oi congressmen -
, :, YI an and officialsirof both ,the Celotex com-
I: daring the nextfour years, era; >ir4i ceived J tructions!! from J. I for. immediate and definite action I
,
f .-:-- to inoceed immediately j on the tariff question.Mr. pvany and. the Southern Sugar. company -
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: J. S,..:;:).jli\ht, ,o!". Roddick, Fla,". this ,\ rk. ;, I Iwih I' Light's letter, which should 'be from New. York Chicago[ and

I week: vt'Mte an" f in(er ting" letter**r;. to ; bungalows will conform', interesting to farmers. of' this, section New Orleans.I '

', / .," FIo'. .t;'d a senators ufdeP lesion'1 of tho present Tjrpe- I I reads: Arrangements are.now under way

, v Tariff x' :;., ?n d' congressntS i get tin )nSagamore. r, ,avenue which Plans are complete for the inauguration ?n of Doyle E. Carlton, Florida Here are the reasons why, I ahd for:special cars to come' from NevI

Question- setting forth tm; :apied byIr.: and Mrs. Mc- new governor who next Tuesday will, be '1 worn into office succeeding thousands of Florida farmers beg, of I '

ti portant' ,re a sbife! is ant land the completion of the Governor John W. Martin. Elaborate ceremoniesare: planned for ,the oc- you to do all you can to secure higher Orleans, Chicago and New York which
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J' Co ca will Jacksonville venillg'
meet at the
why Immediafe-action should be tale. buildings( 'yjill give the casion but at the reception to follow Governor Carlton has expressed the tariff rates on fruits and vegetables I k
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otl before the celebration
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to
y .en on the. secxiring: oj. a protective, \ to the whole. wish' that It be informal and intimate. 1 ,. competing with those grown :Clewiston proceed.
col I as a special train.
,, vegetables. Here additional within and shipped from this and
the
tariff JCo'rFlorida build I
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1 A
> booklet
W >Vt atteri. .. special depicting the
other Southern
Is 'a question whit. ,merits. tie. lr l's l, ) in completing. the states. I growth of, Clewiston and the activities -
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" lion of everyone with the future oJ'1! 'q ':mic-unced after Mr.. and NAUGURAtmN TO CAPITAL ACTIVE The Florida' Marketng Bureau, of the V.Southern '
Sugar
i; the 'Ev rgladeS, ,:and Florida ,at., MTt- J! 1\Il" ''r accompanied: by their, "J,,, Jacksonville: on December 22, 'made'' companyis .
being prepared Louis A. Morgan
by
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As outlined by' :Mr,;,..Light, it Is to say i I Jroeger spent the past the following report: ..
\ B E GAlA EVENT
so and Joe Hugh Reese at Clewiston
PLANS OF
. the least, discouraging, for Florida fe'I I [here; studying:the situating .. WITH "There was shipped from Florida while special editions of the Palm
1 farmers to compete with the cheap first hand informa- 1 stations Dec. 22, 2.$' carloads of toma-
ti' Beach Post and ''the. Tampa Daily
foreign I N 1'ALLAIIASSEE toes and there
labor of Mexicp and other cute house hortage con- INAUn.DRAJION was received from foreig'u -

f countries, and he a explains; that apro4tectlve % tio, wiston. ..r-.i: ,)..... ,', ,'j..1 ,::..:,.. _. ,< :.. ountrfesf! same' .date *53 'llr, of Times, are planned. arrangements ,
/ 'for nation-wiSe
(lir.w f.!: are now under'wa'? a
tariff at this time is a dire to several houses "built tomatoes, totaling SI cars, the for- -

People y interested' in the In [ston company, the three Guests 1 o Be Freed Of Almost, Every County In t eign shipments being almost double radio hooli' P to broadcast events .at-

I future of Florida'and" the Everglades. b Yhou t..: 'rs, M. E. Kynett, Miss Formal Restraint Florida Will Be the Florida shipments. The New York ,tendant,Early indications upon the mill.of the opening.crowds;. of

+ would do well to, add their voice to\ ig and :\1rs. Davis were report on tomato sales that day was ,
Mad, At Ceremony Represented state people expected are, shown in
JNrLight's in petitioning senators d' e Turn To Page 5 L 200 to 250, crates, and report of Chicago letters being received from chambers
\
_hd congressmen for Dimmed late ac- was Florida 1, Mexico 7.
:t\ Wfl ,> -. i Tallahassee, Jan 3.-Florida ,counties TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 3.Governorand Please of commerce throughout the state announcing '.
turn to 4 I
question. page
the
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i ion on s $ i MY *" SHROUDS[ from Santa Rosa to Monrol and Mrs. Doyle E. Carlton will greet motorcades planned from'' ''
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.il 1 Captain F. Deane, Duff this week\ \ all principal cities of the state .are friends for the first time in their ca- 'I I I various cities, and reports from other -.. :.' 4

r for" automobiles and taking an unusual interest in the aclties as Florida's governor and; HEAVY PLANTINGSARE sources in the state indicate that :'
sounded a call DI !H OF A1[{INS
''1 l 'V drivers. to'carry coming governor's inauguration, set first lady from 3 to 5 p.m. on inau- Clewiston! will welcome the biggest" <)

l Cars ;vi; sitors' arriving for January S, when Doyle E. Carlton guration day, January S, at 'an infor- PLANNED HERE crowd In J local history. '\

1 will be seated the state's chief mal To assist visiting 'motorists in
I Needed- 1 by; train on a trip Suici' as reception to be held at the gov :
Rejected
f' 'about the town and henry executive,' it is shown by the reportsof ernor's mansion here. reaching here road signs are being : ...

By Juryn the ,state posted on roads within a 50 mile radius ;. '
,! to the sugar mill a week from' Mon-\ oronets press. Guests at this reception will be Beams, Peas, TomatoesAnd -
I, Decision of the inaugural freed and affair 'of Clewistou, and boats will also .
day when the*.new,1i 00 ton a day CaseMysteyjBTouds general of formal restraint, the ; 'Some PotatoesTo t'

[.I c:11P"mm... will be'_ officially smarted.: ,committee to make the inaugurationnot will be "free 'and easy" and cor- be. available at Canal Point on the "' ,
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Every o-- available car I will be needed I w the death of C. only do honor to the new chief dial. Formal attire will not be ,required Be Planted morning of the fourteenth to trans- ,

r, to help these visitors get _a true picIM J.. Alklns 1va found dead at' his executive, but depict the state's progress as at the evening receptionto port visitors coming by train to the

I ture of Clewiston, and it is to the \ home near lre' Beach- a week ago and potentialities at a time. when be held later in the day, and the Every indication' points to the heav east coast. \ .

1))\ interest of everyone in town to 'cooperate Wednesdayl: national screen and press publicity guests are 'expected to appear in. usu- iest acreage Jn the, history' of this With so many visitors expected thfc

will Although, was, fir st supposed that secured section to be planted to beans, peas, problem of feeding them: has been .
in the move The cars. \ \ ,pan:: be with most ease has al business dress. It is to be the gov

r not be needed for move than .a ,few it was a: ,d,'of suicide, a coroners met with favor all over the state. ernor's informal "house opening", at tomatoes and some potatoes, according discussed, and plate lunches will be

i I to thet' jury in tie e decided that the. old Floats the to W. C. ""Bill" Hooker who madea served at the Clewiston Inn, the Watanabe ..r
hours, and it :will be a credit I.iM depicting advantages of which\, he and Mrs, Carlton will ex.tend -

1". community to ''show; this hospitable \ man camels death at the hands various sections and exhibiting industrial ; I to their: friends the same delightful survey of conditions here this week hotel and the KettI tearoom \l

1 spirit. Those who are willing to cooperate I of unknQ-ffa! >I rsous, He was killed and natural products are hospitality. ,for which ''they In the area both east and west of while members of the 'Ladies Aid so- F'. ---1!,

1 are asked to; communicate by a cha.g in the head. ,now being built by the various communities are famed. Clewiston farmers are busy preparingto ciety of the'' Clew1ston" Community :',1

, 'n' with Capt. Duffs soon as, possible. \' Aikins\',i have complained} and counties and will r be Inauguration preparations are awayto put' in crops, Mr.,Hooker said and church have" also perfected arrangements t,'

,There cannot be too man 3' cars.: Every of feeling I"I'nt 4 esda, Y. morning entered, iu most cases, under the a flying start, with Stafford Cald- while ;the majority of the land will be for feeding a large number of ,

one ,is needed."'. Drive to the Ad. and his ; toy Clewiston'.inithout auspices of local chambers of commerce \vellx.fof .Jacksonville e, general chair-, I planted to beans, peas and tomatoes, the visitors. .' .

ministration building now and, do ,the 'afterrioOj disturbing him. or t American Legion. man, and Millie Martin, general 'secretary he believes that there, will be In addition Captain F. Dean Duff, general' fl, ........
celebration a .Tlie body J I the shot alongside Tallahassee( a considerable acreage of potatoes I manager and F. L. Williamson who :
your bit to make the ; gun citizens are cooperating .anrl ssistant to Governor I
success. If youv cannot spare the was fa( late that night. I I to, the fullest extent 'w ith .the Carl t oa, iiy: S 9'e. Martin is now put in.' ', are in' charge of the 'local committee J. -

time, select a careful driver and let ThQ'prox -of, the shot' gun first I 'general inauguration ''the biggest and hi Tallah '. ,fl n charge 'of .the in- f Sillpine-nts of" Clewiston 'peas will I I on arrangements are rapidly completing .. >:' j

hours.' led to the 'theory but this was i 'attended -"' start rolling to northern markets local plans which fnclude decoration i .;\ .
him use your car for a few i, best ever held in. Florida. o\ on' page 5)) .
later rej ctvheJl; : yeidaus said Please 'urn.To Page .5 ..4",: :,..:1id' 'I Next week 40 acres .planted by Mr. of the town and the mill and the t ...

A week from Mon lays a, new day: that it wo!( ve been jrap0ssible. -T- W : '-.p stration"- \ Hooker are the only pe s that will securing of a band for. the occasion. J!1. :.'

I da tin f or "Florida. and the. ...northrill for the 'm'o have '"inflicted thewound'hlm INDIESAID\ WILL e w gjt ( be shipped from here he 'said.' ," : At the mill, officials; are putting f.. .

e 'r n Everglades S .', ,, FEED MILL\ GUESTS. Building Nearing Beans' from Clewis ton 'continued to ,finishing! touches to the 1,500 ton :a ,a\.\ {
Burial wa the SIn .Il'' in lot 1 ring the past day- factory: and arrangements. for ;t..,. f,
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Mill when the new 1- Oitona cemetery. '0 '. Completion Here move express Sdi r
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'., solve the "; week and indication that the permitting visitors to pass through : \
Opening 500 ton a day sug- '. an effort to help problem ? /ire ; ;
,
J' *r,mill of the Southern 15 DAY ACE FOR TAGS-v \ 1 of.' feeding, the" thousands ,.of." co'llstrU tion of .the new, administraUpn -I I'bean acreage will head the list, ill the mill have been perfected.' AccordIng tl:. .

Sugar company is officially Automob r people expected here* 'on January r"* *,.*.!; building which will house the the new plantings. to -present plans, iyi aisle through I ... ,

started on' its tirst grinding'sea'son, will have hers in Clb\i'i'ston I 14 ,for':the opening of the new 1J: ff 4,il and private offices, of the '- 'Please'turn to page 5 the .factory will 'bo roped off, so that t' 0' f':

The importance of the event, is: ,perhaps -I I get 1929 grC in Wh(h to 500-'ton a ,day sugar ;"m" members 'Smi pjrn Sugar company:officials and .I, visitors may enter at 'one end, pass "',i:: .:;- l I,

best, seen not by the preparations .., ':I law des 11'heir car before wayan the of the Ladies Aid society. 1' of the "I personnel ,nearing completion and ORDER FOR PRALINES I through the ,factor and leave at'the '<' .. ""} t1;
'it
I being made here for the event" \ trounced Y .them, Clewiston community 'church will will probably be tinisIied".within the RECEIVED FRO,,! N- Y. opposite end with as litle confusion {\ \ : I
v'by F. H. Iore-. as 'possible. Attendants will, be on : ;
I -j
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but that men of statewide and national "-- land, .....h serve ,lunches, it was announced next three weeks'; it was announced If.f' : .
prominence have signified he !ff viiu sar(1 t h 1unless t this'week k by Mrs. William G. Ames. j this 'week by Glenn B. Heard 'builder.The Increasing popularity of pralines band to explain the ,:arious''operations r .. "',,\<:J

their intention of being present. Gov:. the'Atp Gen other instructlon&from The committee, in. charge consists j frame work has been completed made by the Southern Sugar com- In raw sugar manufacture. :'; "tr-:")

"" ernol Doyle E. Carlton, although\ in all those raven' eral' of: Florida, i 'of Mrs. W. T. Bailey president of and the first coat of stucco. |IS pany after being' on sale for slightly t'-t'1 1>;) : .
LAW
new tags ontheir Ir TO ENFORCE TRAFFIC
office less than a week!:,land snowed 1 the society, Mesdames: William G. 'I being applied this week,' 'Whilework I more i than a. week at the Clew- I ..r
y
r under with an avalanche of duties of 'ble to cars'l:."ai'15: will. be 1a-1,! Ames, R. L. Simpson, Charles A. aon the interior is 'being', pushed t Iston I Inn were seen this week in. I \ into f i :.f i
I With Clewiston 'rapidly'groving ;
K.J
his new office things the mill, open-I .. t J 'I' Jackson, F. L., Williamson, Dick C. I have the pew building completed .. the announcement that Otto Fred- i'' i' a:
': ;" a city, enforcement o(; traffic rules :'f
Ing is of sufficient i importance to demand NE\10F_ Miller 1 Claude L. Downs and T. V. soon .lis' possible. erick of New York has placed an : f' .- :
FOR INN In connection with parking will be ; '
shipped
not only his presence bur|that I : '''Watson. With the expansion of the Southern order for five pounds' to be ;{ :',
t i'
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more rigidly enforced in the future j-;; '_
of his entire staff. Jn New Orleans, Workmeuy li this week put. Homemade sandwiches, coffee and Sugar', company's activities here conditions there while another 'recent order H.'i! t \

Chicago and Ne"\v York the evnt in ting a new\; the Clewiston Inn. I homemade pies and cakes and soft in the old administration was received from St. Petersburg.The it was announced this week by F. t: : \:.1,; I

Constructedtough > Moreland, deputy sheriff. ,, ..ti.: '-',, !
delicacy nuts :'
such proportions Mrs.. made of pecan ,
Florida has assumed Slotex, made of tlio drinks' will be served, and building became too crowded. With : '; (:
flbrd Several cars have been bumped ; : '
hat special cars will be run ,rom ar_'cane both, inter.> I Ames said 'that no donations are the completion of the new' building roasted In boiling sugar Is similar t :' E

these, northern" cities to the, Everglades lor and ea the Inn has withstood 'to be asked from local people, as: and the:. ov'ing of the Southern, Sugar tto the Louisiana" praline, but' the.;.local and scotched through careless parking (., i1,t : :

>: while within the state visual-I the es 192G and 192S all '''of the materials, are to be company"*-employees, new arrange product to be made of raw s.; ,- Moreland said. and one of tho P: id' .. A ,

every city and town will be \\rep- with virtua .damage, and aftera bought and prepared by the women ments will be' made ijr. the personnel ar from Clewiston and pecans fru n first practises to be tabooed is the approaching .'.:;#;.x r'
r exercises.;' It ',will 1 1a be coat of p In the northern part of thestate the parking.place from I' */'
the visitors with
at the
resented is now as good. and'sbld. ., .:to the a of Clewiston company in he.old groves k'
for Florida, as the day.' bUilt. 0 ,1:0- will be ah all-Florida product. wrong side of the street. }
new day \ small margin; of profit. bnn<1ing. i.i.h..} '

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NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA
FRIDAY
PAGE TWO JANUARY 4.
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The Clewiston News "In the movies I +f
\
i him, how dare she ''
An Accidental nven thing of'
Accomplice Carol him
( Successor to The Clewiston Progress "I don't know, said I
| until he had
explained to her
ti\ what
t ately, for as Doris spoke I '
!J Entered. second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office 1 wardness of her situation-,* -:-I | he had bee doing that evening at

at' Clewiston Fla, under the Act oC March 3, 1879. BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON "Now he's dead," said Doris sh'" Prosper Strong's house? There was
confronted her. How could
Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran &
/ thoughtfully."And so mll.1h l.e must account for, before

:I, LOUIS A. MORGAN '. . . . Publisher. Company Prosper Strong was with him. would with her necessitate work at the her ,studio seem:..,a he could b2 cleared. ,

I His skull had been fractured, but when he died.' "' Whyo had he always masqueraded L,

I. TOM SMITH ., . .. ., . Editot the attending physicians believed "You don't think-you don't mean, had seeing refused intimately to marry.the man'fbJ In workman's garb when he came to

were excellent chances for his -? see her, yet worn evening clothes
Subscription Rates there mounted to her cheeks and lW,
l admit .' that "That Prosper Strong killed him? I when he went to Mr: Strong's house
recovery, although they fused became obvious,
jl'+ By mail outside of Florida By mail In Florida his condition is very serious. The Oh, no, it wasn't necessary.: Thertwasn't caller. manner d'r How else could Strong's lav/yen have .._

1 One year $2.50( One year :' $2.00 police theory 'is that he was assaulted any danger of: Dr. Triggs tell- dicha clr, learned so much about her? How I I
1.50 Six months 1.09 ( ing. Mr. Strong was there probably "You haven't beendidn't I il t could they have known those things '\
'f Six months in an attempt at robbery, but as .
Three months 1...5 Three months :. .75 his money and jewelry were left behind to pay him for keeping silent-and fall In tho films dUly" the district ,attor"J'=y hJ: recited irr''
excitement, the of his asked DorK Oar his speech, if :
\ / they believe the robbers were the burden Mason had not told
NEWS' PLATFORM too much "Oh, no, nothing like thafJsll f e them.
I frightened off by the policeman's ap guilty knowledge proved Everything, it seemed to her, .
,
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. for him." replied, much embarrasSC(1 "j::01.1 c- pointed to treachery) to d"-crJt om
proach. '
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and Carol looked up as* she finished "But Dr. TrIggs was a clergyman," ture, they say, will be a .gfl''1 c- Mafon's_part An-l vet he h.i;: seemed -
cess, and they want me to gOfs'h
\, concentration of products. / reading the account. protested Doris thoughtfully. bo straightforward, so honest, sucha
d **"- ', revision of freight rates on vegetables and (f another film, at a much big faithful friend.
3. A substantial downward_ "I know who did it," she said "Dr..' Triggs, said Carol with con .I-I

other products of this region"to the northern markets. gravely. : ..._ '' ''':; vlction, was a cowaid. I told him so ary but- .J"Mr. With a sigh of disappointment, she
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'k.
) for "But what I
4. The flu functioning of a cooperative marketing association "You know" crIed ;*Doiis.. ""Who? to his face." ''* .n, tried to dispel all though of him, and

both buying, and selling purposes. Who was, it?" "'_, ,,' t. But ..what are you going to, do I him". Mixer asked me t{ ry calling a servant, sent out for the *

now? Can't'You get Benny Bergmanu b( later editons of the evening .
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jFRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1929 "Who?" to tell his story?" ", "I told you he was In 1.0{ J fth She v.oniorl to read evprythngi that ; d

I "Benny Bergman" had it done." i "Benny's back in prisonsaid Car- you. And you refused bim.] d was being said about Prose* Strong. 1

_. :. ., "Who's Benny Bergman?" asked ol sadly. "I've'asked, Mr. Schreyer to "Of course.. ',, As ..;hs Licked uotli3. paper the servant ,' ..
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&' ,'t ":" ':"".', .' WASHINGTON AND THE, EVERGLADES '." r' :. -. 'r, Doris blankly."A try to get him out, but even if Benny "Why? ge tad laid on tho able u gasp of

I friend of mine,' said Carol so- should get free again, it would "I couldnt." astonishment) psca '\t-u her. IP blank

.,- .- I berly. "One of the best friends I've not help. Hes an ex-convict, and Mr. "You're not still In love i Beverly amazement. : 4f she devoured the paragraph

lu recent ,years Congress has, followed a policy toward public works, and ever had. He's a burglar." Schreyer says an ex-convict's testimony Weeks ; that had caught her eye, Justa

> > cried Doris thrilled;: is useless without corrobora- "Don't be absurd.. I ne'' l L! ved few lines at the bottom of ,
especially l with regard to reclamation, flood control and Inland waterways: !I "A burglar! the col.x 1- I:
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"Do tell me about him. tion. ,
and intelligent In the latter respect it Is in sharp contrast ( II
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that is both generous Briefly Carol related her experience "But how could, Benny attack Mr. Doris eyed her under In constant attendance at Mr. : '

with the days of the "pork barrel". The attitude, today is that such pub: In aiding Benny to escape, and Strong if he was locked up?" her' gaze Carol's cheep bed Strong's bedside is his only son, Captain I

lie works, while they directly benefit particular localities, they likewise cccern of his promise to (repay' her kInd- "He was what Mr. Schreyer calls uncomfortably. J I I Alan Mason Strong, fro mwhom, J \
I ness. She told of the warning note a gangster, one of a band of thieves. I "I know. You're in love me it was rumored, he was entirely es-
economic welfare of the country as a whole., In many; I I' j \ ,
the social and she had received from him. and of I[ suspect the rest qf the ,gang knocked one else. .1 tranged. Since Captain Strong lefts -i !,

... instances local communities are unable to undertake unaided works on the how, that day in court, he had sprungup Mr. Strong on the head because "I'm not," Carol forced ''I the service at the completion of the .

large scale required. In others the intervention of a wider authority is necessary and tried to denounce Prosper Benny was locked up. They; did it to to say. .ff. war, little has been seen or heard o flt

(' Strong. avenge him-and to avenge me, too, "You are,' said Doris"I've I' elY "him, and nothing has been known o4, Hu-_
I to t harmonize conflicting interests and to assure comprehensive plan. "He said, too," Carol concluded, because I had befriended Benny." known it for a long II his activities beyond the fact that

The flood control problem of the Mississippi valley is' an example of this. "that Dr. Triggs: knew all about it." 1 "Then you don't think there's any "What do you mean?' cj I ;arol he no longer made his home with, his-

"Dr. Triggs!" Doris echoed In hope now of getting your father out?' in alarm. "What do you k/1_, Alan a80n-.Alan Mason\ Strong-
The solution of the problem concerns first of all those whose_ properties are
amazement. I "Whether or not there's any hope," "I know from your actin lit- Prosper Strong's son!

rv menaced by the annual floods, but interest everywhere are: affected by the Carol nodded."I I said Carol spiritedly, "as long as I tle thtings, that there's as man It seemed incredible, yet it must

I t disaster wIlen it comes. The responsibility and duty of the Federal. Govn- don't know how it came about," I live 1m going to 'keep on fighting. I in your life, a man yuo're,1; rate be true. Had she herself not seen

she continued, "but apparently Dr. : know my father is innocent. I know ly in love with." Ji him leaving the Strong home? There
ment are recognized and there is no doubt that the funds and engineering '
Triggs and Benny both heard Mr.d! Prosper Strong is guilty. I hope "Don't be silly. There Ism! one came back to her a remark of his,
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skill will be provided for this great and necessary work. Now we have beforeus Strong admit to me that; he had'orged tfr. Strong lives. I want to see him else. What chance have I'/j' i see that first night he ,had called on her.

the grandiose project of the'Boulder Dam on which Congress has just taken my father's signature." I in my father's place-behind the or meet men? Of course of in [He previously had told her that he

"But why didn't Dr. Triggs tell bars. I shan't rest until he's there." love." 4' hated Prosper Strong. And then
action. This dam when completed will not only utilize waste waters for poWer f as
it?" I "But if you're going to keep on I Nevertheless, after Dor rted, he; was leaving, what was it he had

and for the irrigation of vast areas of desert land, but by safeguarding the "He was too much of a coward," I.fighting him, you'll, need money- : Carol's thoughts: kept to said? With new meaning, new force,

flow\ of the Colorado River and the protection of the Imperial. Valley, will said: Carol scornfully. "He was afraid c lots of money." Alan' Mason. Why had Ifel I I come his.words came back to her:
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\ I of Prosper Strong." "I'll. earn it." I, to see her? How could j a for Continued next week)
avert the danger of serious international complications with Mexico. A lesser I ',". 'I i

r. example, but, one which is analogous to our situation In Florida, is the problem '--

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Right here in Florida is a similar problem urgently needing the attention
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: of Congress., Here are the Everglades, comprising a vast area of the richest on-l

r- soil in America, if.not in the whole world, and enjoying a climate that makes
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it fabulously productive- But this land must be reclaimed and placed under
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l. the government requirements and restrictions with regard to inland navigation -

\ are such that without federal aid and cooperation these efforts are likely; <'> ri 1. ,'. .,.' 'c

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L to prove fruitless. The havoc of last September's hurricane is a grim reminder see I .
the sensational
Today you can most automobile ; ;
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Mississippi disaster. Yet with proper levees and canals all this might 'have: Chevrolet of Chevrolet History, a Six in the f ';>".,.:. .' '1/," t ',, 'fl%
price of the four.! ,. r ,', + "
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I"f: been entirely averted. The expenditure of a few million dollars by the Goii ? .ari':1 \ J
This is display in showrooms A .. J
new car noon our ''. /j / /
I ernment on a unified and comprehensive plan, in which the problems of flooa I Cl .. p
and ] invite ry
we cordially you to come )r' attend : r I
anc'inland worked would godsend in for personal inspection! n .
control waterways were out together prove a a /" OU I /.ted
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not to the people of Florida alone but to the whole country. : LO
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Few realize that here in the marvelously fertile soil of the Everglades cylinder valve-in-head engine you will .,;' \ I I ={J 1: ,

;.- 0 r realize that a new era has dawned for the .. \ 0 \ % VV/,1lg Or/
I and under conditions of abundant sunshine and water we have a domain caPable I e
: buyers of low-priced: automobiles. Representing } l1.tst'lv' '
I ('":', of raising millions of tons of sugar every year and rendering the United four. years development and testing, Y, : I
I this new plant is a marvel of advanced ". r'r1
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; independent foreign supply. Few realize that from the : 'c, >;: '
design. It develops approximately 32% -
more .t? IeVl"O
,we can furnish throughout the winter months fresh vegetables cheaply] to< power than any'previous Chevrolet engine. 'i '. -q.fir.111 tho .I. le tc ,
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i 4 the communities of the north, bringing them health. Surely it is time ,that It displays sensationally greater speed and j +tit iz 0ry. _,
faster acceleration. And 'yet, despite this J1. 9eo r
| Congress took an interest in this truly national problem and joined its re, brilliantly improved performance, i it maintains :, D eC e..l. cur:/ :'

t \, sources to our own in working out a solution. Chevrolet's worldwide reputation for \ tllnetee m l e J' ', '
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is the of r' o
j daily life of men. It obtrudes itself into every human: act and dictates to men ? ; greatest array new dr
features Chevrolet has ever announced.

', ...... and women. as the master dictates to his slave. Impartiality, is only a relative j. ., j '
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Ln The our..wheel.brakes not only
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term. Man doesn't know complete mental neutrality, although he frequently 'but'are - i
positive safety; exceedingly quiet in

claimes to be imparital! and unprejudiced.The '",' operation. 'ThtPriew; two-beam, head, ;';

., lalnpsith:. foot control dimming device T ,,,.'y
witness stand in the courtroom is a perfect mirror for the reflection
were never before.. avr' :!able in Ch let's! t Iq Iti :ti

of prejudice. Each witness betrays. his sympathies by his atttude on the stand price class. And so on throughout tLc- ,tire *3 3jt.4

I-,; and by his answers to question pub to him. While he may deliberately desire:: chassis, you will find feature after feature ( ;

\.' ... ", demanded in the fineot automobiles and r .
to conceal any prepossession he always Interjects his opinion in his testimony. now offered on the OutstanduigChevrolet. .

; While the politically independent profess no preference for party they ,..".,.:. 4 )
inevitably reveal a predilection, although, to be sure, it may be of very slight 4 'I: New Beauty ,. 0 .T

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::;" margin. It is instinctive In human beings to entertain opinions and- to express to .. But, however impressed you may be by the The The SportCabriolet

them. Very often people are ,not aware of their prejudices and opinions 011 mechanical superiority of Outstanding .(Roadster, l It$695
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: Chevrolet admL .tion will; reaJi The
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certain issues or questions because they c
have not discussed! The' Convertible
nor given thought! '
.., greater heights when: you study the car's < ,Phaeton f . 725
to those matters. That which best illustrates the human instinct{ of prejudiceis ". distinctive beauty. The *.;; Landau ( .
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t '. Coach Sedan Delivery :u r
the immediate reaction upon the average mind of some new question. In .". : .'.The marvelous new Fisher;! Koclles: reprcsen't The't;$$1 i
I, : 'rht'Del've Chassis $400
such instances it usually is found that the : 5 n masterful example of artistic coachwork. ', Ia o ry
average individual has reached an ; r \" ; v Coupe, ., .'1':2.:
-.- Never in Fisher's long and illustrous service The i i Ton Chassis $545
opinion before learning all the facts in the case $7 .
'I :. to the automotive industry has Fisher style Sedan jl IHTO.Chassis: ithClb $650
\ Humanity will always entertain its prejudices and preferences; but a 1 supremacy been more clearly] revealed! i All f??:op 1i. Flint, Mich./ .

great portion of it no longer seeks to force those prejudices and preferenceson '

i the rest of mankind. Prejudice Is not such a reprehensible,institution unless Come in and see these Beautiful New Cars o %lay in our showrooms

it forms an alliance with inloleiance.-Tampa Tribune. -

I CLEWISTON MaOR CO.

Everything is shaping up for the big 'celebration, and the fact that the :; -J
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I ,-' ". .f signed, this I page advertisement wishes to express to their customers and friends their appreciation for your busi <" ',: / i' .. ..,l'

.j ncss. Not only do they wish to express to you their .appreciation for your business but to wish that the year 1929 :'.>, '. ;: : '
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'A ., ; I ', Clewiston has enjoyed during the year 1928 a volume of business that is usually found,, in cities several times the '\.':\' ?r .

: size of ors These Ierch-nt.s have stocked' their shelves with high class merchandise and are striving to give you : r\:: i. .

V -.. .'. I every thing carried in their line They are spending thousands of dollars to bring within your reach merchandise \ _.) :;;.

". : ;. that will only .be found large cities. This means spending thousands of dollars and during the y-. ," :" '.'.' ,.

r f.l.;,. citizen of Clewiston should resolve to spend ,every cent of their money with local merchants. They appreciate < ,' :. ; ), '

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raw sugar. room. With open house for the eve- 'following Monday when trainloads of

ABOUT SUGAR BY THE WAY HAVE' visitors will arrive, for the official
ning announced at both places, the
Interesting items picked ta ran The visitor to the mill seldom appreciates starting, of the new 1,500 ton a day' .
guests which included virtually-
dom showing activity In the sugar the wealth' of detail con You HEARD TH.AT sugar mill here. '
cane industry in Florida northern erbody in town alternated between ..
nected with raw sugar manufactur I I
Everglades. and the majority of them have the v.1 the two places, spending some time SOUND, REASONS '
: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfrey returned i Those present were Mesdames T.
Impression that a bunch of cane is I 5 I at one place, proceeding then 1o the FOR TARIFF ARE ..
this week from North Carolina( where Watson, C. A. Jackson, Dick C. Miller I .
Slightly; more than a week remains slid into a crusher, and through some other and back to the first. Dancing I SEEN IN LETTER -
E. C. Speer, F. L. Williamson, ,
before tho big event on January 14, miraculous method emerges as brown I they: were called by the filn 'ss. of was enjoyed and refreshment serv- (Continued from pago 1)
William G. Ames, William Cecil Owen
a',week<< : from next Monday when the' sugar at the other end.A Mrs. Godfrey's father.E. ed in both-places, and the welcometo
and H. Simpson. report"
switch will be thrown officially start J 1 the New Year Avas'said to be the The Marketing Bureau .

ing the' big 1,500 ton a day mill on careful check is kept on the sug- E. Goodno and Dennis Small of % heartiest. seen in Clewifetoii in years. Florida shipped from Nov. 1st to Dec. .
Mrs, J. O. French and Mrs. Albert'I 22 1928 389 tomatoes and Mex-r,
its first grinding season are juices throughout the sugar manufacturing LaBelle spent a day in Clewiston. I -- cars )
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I process. I Backus and Donald French drove to Mr. and Mrs. II. McDuffy accompanied Ice and other countries shipped into '

From all parts of the state and -- Tampa and Winter Park Wednesday by Mrs.,George McDuffy and the United States during the same

visitors will be In addition -to the- outside scale Harry Eaton, refrigeration engi-I where Donald Fiench will return_.to her, daughter Miss Pauline motored time 739 cars, nearly twice as large
prominent
country neer for the Florida ,Power and Light
I Rollins after the
spending
weighs the cane, there are a seriesof I college at to ,Miami over the )holiday.: shipments. Reports from the sam '
and the whirring of the big : accompanied by Mrs. Eaton "
present company Christmas
with his
vacation parentsat
scales within the factory on which ; 1 1xn 1 I j I source show Mexico in 1922 shipped

motors in starting the Florida sugar the first sugar Juices are weighed, to pont "Wednesday morning in Clew-, Clewiston. ; -. and :Mrs. W. C. "Bill" Hooker I into this country 900 cars tomatoes, '

mill on its first grinding, season will be reboiled again, and again weighed.r iston on business. and :Mr.: and Mrs E. L. Stewart spent and In 192G there was received from

be heard throughout the United : Dr. J. I,. Moorefield of St. Peters- Now Years day at heating 'Cree]". I foreign countries 4Y61 cars, fully fiv& .
States. I Invitations were 'mailed! this' week burg Clewiston visitor Sunday.
was a
times as many as in 1922.
Thus the fabrication expert can by'his .
.. to luncheon 10 be I
\ a on January to -- S. R. Connell "
figures tell you exactly how much I has returned from Reports show the cost of produc .1
Throughout the community plansare given at the ClewiPton Inn by Mrs P,' G. ':Bishop, operating vice presidenl' Adel,' Ga., where he called on
was
and how much molasses is being ( ,
,sugar tion is much larger in Florida thanin
M. E. Kynett and Mrs. C: W. Gordon
feverishly being: made to make of the Southern ,Sugar company the death of his sister ': '
received from amount of ,
a given : competing foreign countries. Foreign -
the affair a success. I II honoring Mrs Anna 'D. Hewitt of accompanied by IL E. Fridge, fabri-, -
i of onions into
cane. shipments the
I- I Indianapolis who Is a guest at the I I cation expert of the Ctewiston mill '
United ill --1D27 .
States
was 2,115,583
At the mill however there is not Inn Mrs., Hewitt, is the wife of one and R. Y. Patterson superintendentof Clewiston's
At the mill recently a visitor see- new, passegner stationof hampers and the increase in Importation
talk of celebration in the air. Officials of the pioneers of Bradenton, and transportation returned last Monday the Atlantic Coast
great pile ,of bagasse, 'the result Line railroad
ing a distinct'on of Irish potatoes, over a few
and workers appreciate the fact She had the ( of, turningthe ; from Louisiana where they ,spenta will be opened next week
it
announced
was
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of the test run on December years ago is five hundred per cent.
that this will be a big day In Florida's first spadeful of earth for the few' days studyin gthe sugar situation yesterday Mr.\
by Green lo-
handful and after
scopped up a examining The above facts and figures prove
industrial history, but their first construction of the Woman's club In that state.
cal agent for the
Coast
that; Line who said
it carefully said, "I sec that the Florida farmer, with the
k consideration is to look into every building in that city..
that while definite has
this has already been through the a date not yet shipments from abroad, must de1iver-
", detail, so that the mill during the shredder." George Heinz and Sam Schneid- been) set, It will probably be next
Mr.\ and Mrs. Baker have returned his goods In the markets at a cost
grinding season: will run without a
the
mall spent week end in Tampa. Thursday or Friday.Airangemcnts .
hitch.A to Clewiston after a short vacation no higher than his competitors, or
The unusual statement brought in are now being made must quit th bu" n8sc;. We Florida
the north.
questioning from the guide' and It resulted -II W. S. Harvel will make a trip this by the Clewiston Woman's club to
of .
growers vrgetfbl s beg of
you
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few' weeks ago, while B. G. that the visitor was of the impression week to Delray;, on the 'east coast have a houscwarming the new station '
> Southern Mr. and Mrs. G., W. Gordon anil to do all you r.ncrease the tariff -
Dahlberg president of the
where Mrs. ''
Harvel -
that the cane in passing and their' daughter at the opening when refresh- .. .
? '. Sugar company and n few'' officials Harold Troeger ,entertained Wednesday Margie have been the duties'on fo'-c' products competing
through l the mill somehow had: the spending ments will be served.
mi",1
i looked: on, the 1,500 ton a day factory but night with a quail dinner at the Christmas vacation. They will return with do it now.
sugar extracted ,miraculously es- The ,women of the community are '
If the forcf "
: :was put through ts frst test run, crushed Clewiston. Those present were :Mr. with him. I : i in these com
caped being and that for the deeply interested in the new station
i. and the smoothness with which the manufacture and Mrs. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I modities lncrr n the future asthey ....
.. of Celotex it VMS necessary : as they cooperated wi'h Captain F. ,
"*.." test was made has been the talk of to shred or pulverize the stalks.: .1 Troeger, Harold Troeger, Mrs. Anna Mrs. William G. Ames was preent.1 Deane Duff general manager. of the J' ,have in ft how long will

the state since then. D. Hewitt and Mrs. M. E. Kynett. ed with a five it be until ore and vegetablt
k'; passenger Willys-. I Clewiston company in working out business is dC-f'" situation is in-
: Explanation was useless and he I Knight sedan from Mr. Ames as a the beautification program for the '
worked with Mrs., R. L. Simpson entertained the deed serious ."" grower should
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Christmas .
,was taken to the mill rolls, where it present.Clewistonites grounds. '
""r, precision but mill officials have been Afternoon Bridge club at her home v demand of f' ,srtntatives at
shown the in which the
was manner Since the new station which is
one
; busy with a myriad of detail since I Ion Arcade avenue last Frida)'. Mrs. Washington th" protection, so
through and also the welcomed in the New
cane passes of the finest on tho',i' dso divfsio'if!
f', that time. enormous pressure put on the rolls: I Claude L. Downs )held high score Year with dancing parties at the the Coast Line will! 1 bf opened r....,"4. vital to the ?r'o, principals
:, I with Mrs.. T. V. Watson industries, J 11 fore the :pres-
I second. 1
f'" to crush the juices out of the cane. Watanabe hotel and the Kettl tea- week, it will be re'd: "A!' s'rvic ,, '' .
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He was then thoroubhly convinced
r.\ and the cane dumping mechanism
that even straw could harly pass

":: ", perfected .. through the rolls without being torn 1

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the cane conveyor, which is mounted I bee hive of Industry.
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DR. P. H. JONES To close this yearyiploT'atibn : ;tvrthotit n"'o

The conveyor, equipped? with auto DENTISTWill t would:'leave a debt unpaid. r :

matic levellers moves up an. incline be n Moore Haven on the ..

to the mill, wher the 'cane after following dates: We take this and
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"t. r-rLIIiUe News fourth It will and leave thereafter LaBelle at 9 on:15 January a.m. arriving time.Another matter that will considerably ---I 3 MORE ARE HOUSES PLANNED IN t

in Fort Myers at- 10:35: a.m. augment the acreage to be planted I TROEGER COURT

: This train will connect with the Ar- is that the water 'on the' farms in i I

,: the undrained section of the Everglades (Continued from page 1)
" ange Blossom Special at Plant City
,. east of here, is now receding!
completed
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;- 1- r during the past few weeks
',;( '. MRS.: EDWARDS ENTERTAINS Everybody is waiting to her tho Mrs E. E. Edwards of tho Ever- both coming and going. The same making it possible to get the crops : j but the house
/ shortage, condition
BRIDGE CLUB puff of the engine bringing the Sea etto hotel and Mr. and Mrs. Ross r., equipment af last year will be used planted. I tinues. con
including the "Caloosahatcheo __.
board Air lino crack train ."The Orango' i motored to Immokalee Sunday after Spe- t i
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.'..''. Friday afternoon Mrs. E. E. Edwards t cia" day coach which was' made for CAPITAL ACTIVE +\ The need for homes and apartments
,j. which leaves I
i Blossom Special" noon.
South Florida WITH PLANS \ \is
especially. OF further
'J ;' of the Everette hotel enter- i seen in that the new Hop-
I New York January second arriving
tained the memers obf the Bridge on Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson arrived INAUGURATION'Continued I kins block is entirely rented, and six
i in LaBelle January thirdat 9 p.m. N. RALPH HENDRY LOSES HORSE ( from cage 1)): ,apartments over the being
( Monday evening from Fayettville 1 garage
club from three to seven, in the pret-i i I .- IN BIG CYPRESS
I built by G L.
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I Espenlaub on, Sugar-
visited relatives.
ty sun parlor of the Everette hotel i I Mr. and Mrs. Fears of Fort Myers ,C., where they augural committee's headquarters, s land highway east of Francisco street

which was tastefully decorated with I!: and Mayor and Mrs. Doty were participants ,t ---:- One day last week Ralph Heudry, directing details for the ceremonies,I were rented before the building vas
Dr. Weaver had a collision with a
... and bouganvilla. A delicious owner of LaBelle's principal meat
.r: ferns l in a dinner given by :Mrs. and Mr. Caldwell ,xls paying'frequent I well under way. .
luncheon was served consisting of ca- ; truck Saturday and damaged the radiator market, went bunting i in the big cypress Work
the
\.. L. Taylor Thursday. visits of two and three day's >duration on thre new Trocger
vier patties, crackers, delicious fruit :: : and the lights of his car. for turkey. He had shot a turkey bungalows will be started Immediately -

salad, mincemeat pie and coffee. The and put in the saddle bag of his to the headquarters to generally! and four
I Mis. Chas. O. Ross is visiting / I they are to be room
following members were present" : Dr. and Mrs.\ Weaver are now occupying horse. A big gobler was near and he supervise the work. j I frame and stucco dwellings.INAUGURATION .
.. Addicks Frank' friends In )Daytona Beach Mr. Stewart's building went to shoot it. He '
Mesdames Bekemeyer, ; on was successfulin Housing for guests at the inauguration -
Dougherty. Edna Dryer, Harry Flern- Bridge street. shooting the gobler and then went
is to bo handled
.. more systematically -
.ming, Henricksou, Grover Hill, Miss Mr. Everette Burchard is building with It to wliere his horse was. Whenhe TO

Sallio Middleborough, Robert Moon, I an addition to the Jones filling feta I Mr. \and Mrs. W. H. Russell of arrived at the spot where his than for any previous inauguration .. BE GALA EVENTIN

Osborne ,Pettee, Ross, Carl Royer,, tion on South Main street. II Okeechobee City spent Monday with horse had been there was no horsein by Thomas P. Turner TALLAHASSEEContinued
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foyer: Stewart, A. L. Taylor, Weaver 'Tr....... and Dlrs:. Corneae. 1\"r...... Russell: sight. So lie had to walk eight or chairman of tho housing and subsistence ( from page 1)
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and Mrs.\ Laura Wemple.Mrs. Mix\ and Mrs. Sam Carson spent was a former editor of the LaBelle ten miles carrying the gobler to his committee for the inaugurationand

WeinplG who Is visiting Mrs I Christmas, in Immokalee, where Mr.' newspaper.Mr. car. On returning to the woods the secretary of the Tallahassee The capital city will appear in gala

A L. Taylor was the guest of honor. Carson was one of the participantsIn .1- next day he searched "for his horse chamber of commerce. Mr. Turner attire during tho, week of the cere-

+ I .the horse racing. and Mrs. Blitz ''Weggman spent for two days and finally found it tan- has named a committee of 15 to assist monies, with Al F. Gorman in charge '"

( Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ''Williams off the holidays in Tampa. gled up in the brush. Some large animal him in, his work composed of 1 of the decorations.Floats .

Cocoa Florida accompanied by ,Mrs. r' County Commissioner Seagraves of had eaten the turkey out of the heads of Tallahassee's civic organi sent here will appear in a

, Magill, a sister of Mr. Williams, took Lee county had a picnic dinner Sun Mrs. W. D. Blount left New Years I bag for there was no sight of it. zations. The committee is to act as I mammoth parade to be held on the

Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. J..1' day in Henry Ford's park in La day for Sebring where she Is teach a reservation bureas, promptly fill morning of inauguration day in honor -

:.:.' : W. Christie and 'family. Mrs. Williamswas Belle} ing. :Mr. Blount accompanied her. NEW YEARS EVE WATCH PARTYA ing orders for accommodations, Whe- in the Incoming governor and will

.o '" formerly' :Miss Nina Mae Stephens 1----I -- ther sent by wire or mail and is being ]I be reviewed by him. When not actually -

who will be remembered by many Mr.\ W. D. Blount's father fatherof By the following report it can watch party was held New Yearseve aided by various Tallahassee I participating in the ceremonies
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people here as our former home economics Sebring visiting with him in La clearly be seen that the Seaboardhas at the Dryer home by Mr. and women's organizations. listing ho- they will be placed on display' in

"'r teacher having taught in the Belle. both shipped and received during Mrs. Ray Addicks. There were four tel, apartment and rooming house the Tallahassee public park for the

: LaBelle schools for several years. 1928 considerable more freightcars tables of bridge. Lovely refreshments I facilities'. closer inspection of the public.

'1r Mr Addicks, and Richard and Geo. than fn 1927. Following is the were served at 12 o'colck. Appropriate Commodious dressing rooms havo Representation of the various cou'ties

f W. P. Gregory was in Fort Myers Bester made a trip to South Bay report for 1928 and below for 1927: I noise was made to welcome in'been provided through the cooperation and cities of the state by floats

Monday on business connected with where Mr. Bestor is employed last Forwarded 1928-company: businessten the New Year. After the repast the of Tallahassee fraternal orders sets a precedent in niauguration ceremonies

his abstract office. week. cars Iron steel and I. pipe, one guests proceeded to the home of :Mr. for the use of those guests who use in Florida Stafford .Caldwell -

; car, lumber 12 cars. miscellaneous and Mrs. H. A. Bestor where all 'enjoyed Pullman cars for housing and desirea general inauguration committeechairman

Ralph Hendry has moved his meat Mr. Addicks left Monday, for St. one car, and 13 cars of merchandise dancing to the many 'radio pro place to change clothes for the for points out. While Jackson

market from South Bridge street to ,Louis where he is general managerof making a total of 36. grams. mal reception and ball. Transportation county sent a float to the last"inauguration -

." Park avenue near Bridge street. the Continental Insurance, company -;- Received 1928-automobiles, one service is to be provided betweenthe it was the only county to

Their meats are of the finest quality.Mr. office. car building material, two, fertilizer Following is a list of the guests: Tallahassee railway station and do so and unforseen changes in the

I material one, ''merchandise 28, oil I II Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. the business section of the city for program prevented its entry. This

Ralph Hendry is in the big Cypress Word has been received from New ]I ---- I Bestor Mr. and Mrs. Webber, Mr. the accommodation 'of persons using time Jackson county is arranging"

looking after some of his cat I I York that Mr. Chapman who formerly : petroleum gasoline two, making a total and Mrs. Royer Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Pullmans or arriving by train. even more atractivo float than entered

tIe. ''I f resided in LaBelle in the winter I of 34, while in 1927: Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Henrick- Construction is to be started immediately at the' former ceremonies, usingan

season: died December 22. While in Forwarded 1927-iron steel and I. son, Miss Signy Henrickson Miss on a huge review platform exhibition of the county's resources

Mr. J. J. Sanders, operator and LaBelle lie resided at his beautiful pipe, one car miscellaneous one, and Edna Dryer, Mr. and Mrs. Bekemeyer \ from which the new governor will ,deliver with the Liberty Bell as a

agent of the Seaboard Air ,Line rail estate on the Caloosahatchee river merchandise 11, making a total of 13 ,- Mr. Carrol Christie. his inaugural address and also central motif. A big supporting deler .-

way received so many Christmas messages the bridge LaBelle.. forwarded. will
near I review the parade. The platform
gation, including decorated cars, will
; that his arm was lame or blue I Received 1927-fertilizer' two cars, I HEAVY PLANTINGS seat the incoming and outing governors accompany it. I

from the work. At one time he received Mr. Dulaney is expected to arrivein .. grain three cars, and merchandise 28 ,;' ARE PLANNED HERE the cabinet, supreme court jus-

eight messages in ten minu LaBelle, early in 'January. making a total of 33. 1" tices, United States senators and rep I I Under the leadership of J. ,D. ....

tes. .' (Continued from page one) resentatives and members of the Smith, chairman of the civic display..

E. E.,: Goodno and Dennis Small Official word from Mr.\ J. J. Sanders :Unable to do any farming since state senate and house of represent committee for Jackson and W. A.

Christmas; day''' quite a number of motored to Fort Myers Saturday. agent for the Seaboard in LaBelle September hurricane, farmers of that atives. McQuagge nine committees have*

LaBelle people attended the barbecue -- states that the LaBelle passenger section practically assured of dry been appointed to care forr all details .

--:: and horse racing at Immokalee. Wad- Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller motored train will leave Fort Myers at_ 7:40 weather for the next few months are Cincinnatti, Dec. 26.-The small of arrangement, and thQ delegation '

: Li dy Thompson' of' Immokalee won the Christmas to the barbecue in Immok p.m. arriving in LaBelle at 9. :p.m.I':1Tanning-'to? increase-the acreage under boy who swallowed a toy motorcycle plans to stay in Tallahassee 'during ---,.-..

i .' horse race and"secured a prize. alee. The first trip will be January third. cultivation to make up for lost 11 days ago is still living. all of the ceremonies.


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I Chicago
struck by a Chicago, and Northwestern -
r alb/ng and killed and churches were prohibited from hayIng
RADIO NEWS Chicago with snow before daylight rode ; a highway railway train.
today. Street car traffic was even de- injured several young men and gills' services today because of the Washington, Dec. 26.:-According to

Washington, Dec. :31} -Theie were layed. riding in two cars. influenza epidemic.nal West Palm Beach, Dec. 30.-The' reports there are now over a million
cases of influenza. .
no deaths by poisnous alcohol during Red Cross announced today that 90
oYrk. Gov. Roosevelt was Trentpn, Dec 30.-David Ware who Hayes denounced the man that .-
New
the Christmas holidays. This was per cent. of the crops Irk the Florida
morning as Governor murdered Peter Gladys the other said that God wah a myth. He said
believed to be because of the newer Inaugernted this Everglades had been frozen. Washington, Dec.' 2G1.-The Radio ..,
and he made an Impressive night was captured today by police it was outl' geous. :
oYrk
drinking of ,New commission i
alcohol which .is unfit for I ssued 24 licenses for
authorities.
purposes. speech. Drew Miss. Dec. 31.-A big mob I short waves. They will begin broad-
\ New oWrk, Dec. O.-'rhe: Federal I
of people entered the town and said eating as soon as they are assigned
aJn. President andMrs. Washington, Dec. 30-.The Pan- Reserve. bank ,announced that they; 9
Riverside, Dec' :31.-Mrs.' oGrdon Chapello, I the negro who murdered a guard had a wave length. .,
Coolidge spent a quiet New AmerIcan conference announced that did two and nine-tenths per cent v
Stewart Northcott ]pleaded'>guilty tomurdering i 4 escaped which meant to the folks --'
Years 'day and then boarded 'a yacht within a week the Paraguyan-Bolir- larger business this year \ than in : .,
ore Mexi-
Collins of the I Gainesville, Dec. 2C.Marlon Lee-
took them to where cars were ian dispute will be concluded. 1927. 1 .
which
murdered I Oak Park, Dec. 27.-Six
cans believed to have been the train persons 12 year old boy was killed when an
to take them to
given a life sentence. waiting for were killed In an auto accident in auto
and was ran over him.
i i which they boarded soon afterward. Mexico City, Dec. 30.PresidentGIl Graham, Dec. 30.-Three people I

of-Mexico announced he would were killed when the plane they were
London, Dec. 31-The Salvation
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Hoover spent a "
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they were trying .to remove .
New. eYars like any other day. .... '
Booth. f Detroit, Dec. 30.-Thirty thousandnew Camden, Dec.; 30.-Two men with \.
HAULING -
Jan. 1.-There is a slight men arc to be employed; by Ford pump guns shot five people at four
Theeather oLudon .
Jan.
Atlantic City; t '
in King eGorge's condition on a five day week basis and the factory this morning and escaped.
mild today and there were thou- improvement
was believed to have been ; will be open six days a week: \ r
of.guests. Some. even talked: which is : '
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A n'ew Kenosha, Dec. 30.''-'-Four persons
the boardwalk: \without an overcoat caused by the new treatment. I Daily delivery of freight from the .
on rC.. L. Depot direct
doctor consulted with the regular New oYrk, Dec. 30.-Patrick Cardi- I I were l killed wheh their car was 'I. ..

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iator reached an altitude: of 19,500 Jan. 1.-Bolivian and J work. Leave your ,orders at the Clewiston Motor Company
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exploded. .' FIVE TO 1 00 ACRES
cap pistol -
)- Rose Bowl, Calif., aJn. 1.-Georgia 'i

four the football game over VBILL ALLEN
Washington; Jan. 1-Sixty Tech won

: persons In a club were arrested' for California eight 19 .seven. and 70,000 ': DEEP RICH MUCK 1 1t

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Basket Ball Team Haven team even now after each suffering : the mash and was sleeping It off I It
defeat at the hands of the when the sheriff arrived could not J
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$60 other, another game was scheduledto 1 be learned but his flashing eyes; as j jI
For Local CourtProspects ,be played at Moore Haven last! a crowd gathered around on Francisco .
I j night to decide the champion. street suggested that if he had

for a basket ball court I imbibed, the excitement had r Sobered ".

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this week when Clewistonltes donated Baby Coon Lead .. ,
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To His Captivity New OrleansDec., 27.-A high
equal amount to be donated by the The
'school boy fell out of a building nine Stopping ce
Clewlslon Veteran's dub toward the
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led to his falling Into the hands of broken and he is now. undergoing an ,

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deputy \ I' ;, Located the Sugarland Highway midway' between
would match dollar fdr dollar 40 gallon still on the road to Lake on '
subscribed by the .public up to $60. Hicpochec. Washington, Dec. 27.Dwight W. :, -('..
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with an equal amount in promises to1, who was interested in the apparatusin too valuable in his present ,job. '
pay. later this w6ek. With these addition to Moreland was a three : >T ; ,-<;,.. <
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''.'..:. gressive Laundrying Laundries plant is tq, and recognize the tendency this fact of by the its most adoption pro- <** ,. : :::' ;r. ':' : .y .. :::;:"::\ :.;:,' .1 .. ;,::.'t .,.;.;:'\I": :l

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.. patrons at moderate cost ALL the cleaning services so essential I k

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KEEPING with this progressive conception of I <.:,( ." !> :';J;'.-< ;

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Cleaning, wherein our Laundering Patrons: will be given '. :
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Laundering Work, will be '''. .,.L. '.. :'',r .' : -"'?'r''-'><' J't... _' .,'" ',, iston. ...
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I''t TOMER'S WITH WHEN LAUNDRY DRY ACCOMPANYING CLEANING AND IS INCLUDED IS LIST SENT OF TO SUCH IN US THE ALONG LAUNDRY CUS ..: .. ;,.,..' !tf'; ; ':; i : k Lii: l.S .::::'{ r ;r 4 ,1: '" ':''':::" : : :' '.;:: : '" d'.i" \ .' ,



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