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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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c'r:!\.",..,. I Judge J. Doggett Of

.::t'/: 1: With men of prominence from. the Jacksonville Will Pre

}: f'r: -.:state and nation attending, Clewis-

f 4, :; r;;., ,.' '_: ton's new 1,500 ton side on Speakers Stand; "
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> '-. Mill To a day: sugar 'mill 4d :.

: '.' Open- o f the Southern' Opening Is Heralded as
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I,: '': Sugar "company p...,. .:::.f..:.. I' Dawn Of New Industrial -

r will be officially started on its first
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Era for Florida. ..:
i' \ J" ,grinding season here next olInday.i .

That it will be a great day for the

I .J I .l f i'. Florida Everglades, no one can doubt Plans are complete and everythingis
in readiness for the ceremoniesnext
; who is able to compare conditions to-
I fir \
t firI I t
tona
Monday-when the new 1,500
. J t day with those even of a ;year ago.
-' day mill of the Southern Sugar
.1, *4!! At that time there were man)' promInent :
i' tck{:;, will bo started
officially
who company
,'" :' people were present at the I :: '
Letters and telegrams of acceptance
si ceremonies attendant upon the turn '' F F ,roQqpC\
,<- : earth for y e '4 I I are pouring i in from practically every
: : ing of the first spadeful of II r

.r, :... the mill construction, but even then I ''yr.r; <.; .. $ ,section of the state and country and

.:- /"t... J.there were :many present who failed II +}'d:ir \;} :'. ?cy...:. J last minute advices indicate that the
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.... ( ..FyuA I : number of people to attend will exceed -
of
: ./r,::, to appreciate the true1 significance ? f, I

,.-. :r" that ceremony and what it meant 4 all early forecasts.
: ;: s Governor Doyle E. Carlton and -
:( ::{J' ,here. Immediately workers began to i .
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'I ,6 r d r ..1ti J r members of This cabinet will leave .
\, /t.;" .. arrive and the community first began rt iI I II II

\::..,.>,{; _:: to realize the need for homes I Tallahassee Sunday night by special

::.:";Z'f.\ ...and apartments. Many were built but n 3 r v5q(i, xi x?::.: train arriving in Clewiston early Monday .
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: '. .. '/ demand witnessed JyVi ,.,r.a.,: ':.xy.S, $:; ,,ry.', :}}hx::4rsv morning, while a special car car-
:);;:;: ',:,., there is still a great as % :.\}.',rrtir;. :.;1 } $}: sLn r..}:kr.j

"', :" ''X,,< .:,-._ by the fact that here. recentlysix I i.4, v i w :p rying President B. G. Dahlberg anda

>.. .! ;; :Y,f r 3. list of prominent New Yorkers will
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apartments in a new building were '

::jX"f" ; ir quickly(} spoken for before the construction > Y'. I ::..:;:. r .4{. }' leave New York, and there will also
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.:"., :f75f r '. :,Stv\wwhir7_ :__'A' awfi_ Yk fr. ArrrN be private ;cars to Clewiston' from
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; :; ". ; was well under way. Railroad .
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: : :;.:.t=:: .;' -extension work, and road c6n- I' .--..- ;--- ) New Orleans and Chicago. A party

: ; '. of J some 24 well known Californians ."
I :;. : /:, :. struction are. a few of the incidents I ''

:' ."-ri;", /' ', .which followed the start' of mill con- GOVERNORS: WIFE I CLEWISTON I BANK I are making the trip across the country ;.

',:" to be at the formal
:.: ? ft> ; '" struction. A very few people.foresaw present open-

-. ( :.' nil this activity, and it is equally d, .'.nkcs : ''r. s.. j I ing of the mill.A .
/ IS WELL SUITED ON J SOUND I
BASIS
;.. ,- -:','._ probable that among the long list of myriad of detail attendant on the ;

: ... visitors here Monday will be many -. .plans for the formal opening has
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;1' who will think the program complet- r TO NEVI POSITIO J GAIN IN DEPOSiTS been attended to at Clewistou by F.

I L. iWlliamson and Captain F. eDane,
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1 activitiesdhectly. arrangements
; the l expansion of the sugar I

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transportation for the visitors arriving -
'? tried to analyze ,the situation, it -
Shown '
Duties At
Inaugural AddressOf \ in Report by boat and train; early in the
surely must be very evident that we
POINT TO SUCCESS State To morning to the preparations for the
Se have only started.. Of course new Doyle Carlton I Capitol ComptrollerReport ,
celebration dance to be given at the
N"I. ,mills will be built, and sugar'acreage I

' '# ..'extended, and while it is undoubted- IN CARLTON REIGN I am grateful beyond expressionfor J Tallahassee, Jan. 10.-While Florida of the condition of the First Clewiston Inn Monday night has been _

/ .4.rue: : that this in itself would b-e i is congratulating herself on her Bank of Clewiston at the close of business completed.The .
the honor which is mine by the
'< ,: the making of the Everglades, the wise selection of an able governor, on December 31 showed the lo- problem of feeding the large
{t _
vote of the people. I accept it asa:
.l: future is so rjch with possibilities, Actions she should also comment herself on cnl bank to be in excellent condition, Please turn to page 6
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'1j:' ._ .. call to service, and shall, in patriotismas
";:,::1' ;::tr : that- even the most optimistic could the good fortune of gaining an "ideal according to, the report which was
,.. Reflect
Of
Ability well as gratitude, dedicate my talents
".:.!'i-\ .". scarcely say with any degree ,of accuracy I first lady." made to Ernest Amos, state comp-
peliople
: to the happiness of our
' --ii: { .' .' what this section of the state New Governor Mrs. DoyleE., Carlton (her closest troller. BEAN SHIPMENT
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and the welfare of the state.,, '
,, }f, .' ': :will amount to within the next few friends know her as Nell Carlton) is With a $15,000 capital, the depositson .
:. :; This day marks the beginning of
: : s. Tallahassee, Jan. 10.Every four one that, at first sight, you impulsively the last, day of the .year amounted
,
another era in the history 'of Florida, I BRINGS $2,253
{ t-ra years the gubernatorial toga of Flor- want to know better. Her engaging to S222.9S8.6S.
: with problems great but possibilities
;r.,' '. da. is draped on new shoulders, and personality and her great sympathy Under the heading of resources, the I -

,' ::: '.:, .. -'I' It is always refreshing to see really : another governor begins, a task that greater. The next few years, as no and understanding for all about I bank showed loans and discounts to

::1 ;:. \?' 'r. : other period In our history, will determine Local Growers Receive
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: :'', enterprising merchants, and among demands the best in him.. That taskis her are perhaps accountable.Late be $54,793.61, and United States bonds
M1 t::( ,"': :' : those in Clewisto not the destiny of the state. -My I
; : only to direct the weal of the news ,despatches carried the totalling $83,050 with county and municipal $2,252.50 For
/: '. ."" Slate's from whom big i state, but to that Florida share of responsibility is accepted in
see
,'.' growsIn information that Mrs. Carlton was bonds at $36,500 while all other 366 Hampers
;:: j Store- a spirit of deep humility and withan
: things may be expected greatness in the of the
eyes nation I undismayed by the new duties await- bonds and school warrants amounted -
:: ;. in the future abiding sense of my dependenceupon ,
. ,. and the world. ing her at the capitol and would continue I to $27,100.Banking Possibilities of farming in the
; Herbert Blate and Sumner a wisdom greater than mine.In .
are But however well known that man
house furniture fix-
her housowifely duties she per and northern further
Everglades were:
I' Bearman: manager and assistant be the fulfillment therefore, of the ,
who
may wins this honor when .
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forms in her beautiful Tampa home. Please
to
turn ,page 6 seen this week when W. C.ClBill"
t ;:1manager\ respectively of the new task to which I am called, I earnestly -
he
is
:, accorded it,- there are always
., Anyone acquainted :with Mrs. Carlton Hooker president of the Clewistou
.
?
P" invite the counsel of fellow
-Blate's department store. Here are Please my
turn
to 6
page knows that no task, however, great,
Packing that
company announced a
: ; t\\0 progressive young men who are countrymen: and Invoke: the gracious Bright Prospects
I would be able to dismay her, nor shipment of 366 hampers of beans
.' determined to make a name for them- favor of Almighty God. .
would any circumstances cause her Seen By Managers shipped about ten days ago brought
/ \ selves in a growing community and Williamson Will Before dealing with te fundamental
to relax her tender care of her hus back check : The
for
: a 225250. consignment -
without brass band methods but in Attend Inaugural principles of government, the proper Of New Store Here
j band and children. Robert
was sold by the T.
p! 'a tastefully dignified way they are conception of public service, a constructive -
I Event At Capitol This does not mean that Mrs Carl- Cochran] company of New York and
for the' upbuilding "Volume of business during the
.i i seeking the confidence of the cons .' I program
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.. ton is not large enough to actively the proceeds of the sale are to be
J- munity. Carrying substantial goods, I of the state, I call attention to the first few days we have been open
sr F. L. Williamson attended a meet engage in undertakings outside the divided among the local growers the
.. they are also looking to the convenience problem of finance and taxation so more than justifies our coming to
ing in Orlando on Thursday at which home circle. She has been an earnest Clewiston largest of whom was N. L. Bedford,
of their customers and are plan- intimately interwoven with this as was the comment of Her-
meeting arrangements were completed worker in the church for many years, and others were K..Baker, E. L. Stew-
j iiiing to include a sewing room for the to involve the very structure of our bert Blate, manager of Blate's Department "
for the Hooverinaugural trains taking more interest in this wqrk art and the .Clowiston Packing com
convenience of Clewiston women. government. This problem must be store on Francisco street
that will go Ho Washington. Pullmans I than in club work, and is presidentand pany.
8 This in itself is a step which merits solved, as a condition to our future which opened late last week.
will be located at 31 strategic leader of a class married women Shipments of peas raised on the
the attention of the community, for progress. The new store is a credit to the I
> .,' points ,throughout the state. These of 'about her age in the churchof Hooker: farm were started this week
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it may be termed a barometer. Respect for the ConstitutionThe community and an attractive line ofmen's
'r' will be taken to' Jacksonville and which she is a member. But she is and Mr. Hooker said that .he will
service, and from this, and the gen duties and powers of the chief suits, haberdashery, ladies
formed into trains and will proceedvia also chairman of. the finance *.commitI probably pick 50 hampers per acre
, i, : eral attitude toward the trade,. shown executive are measured by the fundamental ready to wear and piece goods art
' the' Atlantic Coast Line to ,Washing I I Please turn to page 6 in the first picking on his 20 acre
in the Blate store, it is evident that law of the land-our Con I tastefully arranged while Mr. Blate
$ ton. ,A special low rate has been tract.
r ,a p-' thE:" store operated by these two young stitution to which I must ever resort, and the assistant manager Sumner
secured and the Pullmans will be I I According to present prices fore
peas
men is a distinct asset to the com and which I swear to preserve, pro- CALL FOR MORE AUTOS Bearman are two progressive young
chartered for he will receive from 4 to $5
?
from the per
.' munity. use time they tect and defend. All public officers, IS SOUNDED BY DUFFAn business men whose courteous atten-
.-.. leave Florida' until return and hamper in the northern markets
..< they with me, must find in this tho chart .1 tion to visitors at the store will un-
: } will be occupied in Washington. As which from his 20 acre field will
"<: and compass of our official conductthe urgent request for more auto doubtedly pay dividents in increased
Z. '. A shipment of, beans sent from the an example, the cost from Sebring is bring him between 4,000 and 5000.
mobiles for visitors .
.: '. greatest safeguard of stable ,arrivingby business.An
:Clewiston section to the New York '
> as low as $7
,' per person; from Fort goverment. train for the formal opening of announcement of interest to the

,.r- J>.> -' market a week ago Myers as low as $72.65 per person, Perhaps the greatest menace to the the new sugar mill here Mondaywas women of Clewiston was made by STAGE AND MOVIE STARSTO
Beans brought back a including fare '
meals and tips. purpose of the Constitution is the made by Captain F. Deane Mr. Blate who said that within the BE HERE ON MONDAY

Returnscheck 'for $2,252.50It As one of the committee stated, "I evil of "over-government", whero Duff who with F. L. Williamson is next, few 'weeks a sewing room for

:was announcedthis vas raised in .
Florida and have always each new ill seems to seek Its remedy in charge of the local committee of the convenience of local women will
week by Bill Hooker of the Clew- voted the Democratic Through the efforts of Edison C.
ticket
in some new bureau, commission arrangements. be arranged in the store, equipped
iston Packing company. Again we but I voted for Herbert local real estate broker, Clew-
Hoover as I Speer,
the where
Please Turn To Page 5 Acceptances of invitations to with several sewing machines

have concrete example of the farmIng considered him the better of the two I celebration are coming in by mail women of the community may dropin iston will probably number among its
possibilities: in the rich land of candidates .
and now am going to CHURCH FREE OF DEBT and wire from prominent people of and sew. prominent guests :Monday some of

.the drained Everglades. The figure Washington to see him inaugurated.I According to an announcement the state and nation and present A beauty shop is also included in the biggest stars of, the stage and
'Ju excess of $2 200 means more than know
or may other Democrats who made this, week by trustees of the Indications are that every car in the plans for the future. movies In addition to Gene Sarazen

.$6 per hamper' for the 1 Clewiston are also going as Hoover will be our Clewiston Community church, the the community will be needed to Business at Clewiston is better thanin the golf expert.In e
.}beans. Granted that the bean marketis President.
r final payment on the new church help' make their visit a success. the Blato store in Lakeland ac- a letter to Mr. Speer Mr. Sara-
\ high, It i Js always high. at this .
Mr.,
'" ,: Williamson will represent Hen- building was mado last week. There Those willing to cooperate are ask- cording to the manager who said in- zen said he will probably bring with
...je of the and It is this fact
year
o/
t. dry county ,on the committee and arc now no outstanding obligationsof ed to get in touch with Captain dications are that tho heavy volumeof him on Monday, Jesse Lasky Thomas
,\ ) ; which 'spells handsome profits for
anyone wanting additional information any sort against the local church, Duff or w ith Al. G. Lincoln who Is business In CewIston may be expected Meighan, and Mr.. and, Mrs. Raymond
) Florida winter vegetable farmers. | f
can secure it from Min '
' rl the trustees said. In charge of the automobiles. J to continue. Ilithcock. -
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PAGE TWO GLEW1STON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY' JANUARY II,,

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The Clewiston News An Accidental ment that on the presentation of Incontrovertible I yer. "Let's get the papers and ..find'out' -.
Successor to Tho Clewiston Progress Accomplice
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Entered as, second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post officeat the Governor immediately is- They were already in the city limits

Clewistou Ela., under tile Act of March 3, 1S7D. BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON: first minute old Strong regained con sued a pardon, will be sufficient. and, stopping at a newsstand) procured ..

Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran & I Don't you think so, Carol?" the evening papers. Flaring .
sciousness .he began calling for his
LOUIS A. MORGAN . . . Publisher CompanyShe I "I'd like to see Mr. Strong punished headlines met their eyes: P :
son and they sent for him. They'd I
," she said hesitantly "but there's PROSPER STRONG DEAD _
sleepless : 1
lying there, .
TOM SMITH . . . . . Editor. was tele- shad another row only a few days ago. his son to be considered." "Thank God," cried Dare, "he 1h .:
thinking it All over when her i .
The
night father's
Subscription: Rates your trial began "Thais so," commented Schreyer. long enough to right the tcrri 't :
at the clock she 1 .
1 phone rang. Glancjng the toy put his pride in his pocket "It would be pretty tough on 'him," wrong he had done me." r :

By mall outside of Florida By mail in Florida saw that it was nearly midnight. Who and went to see his father, to' urge "Yes said Mr. Daro decisively, "Jerusalem," said Schreyer. "Pros-' '.

One year $2.50 One year $2.00 could be calling her at that hour? In him to 1 I let up on your father. It "on his account we will keep the' confession per Strong dead! That leaves his lon -.":

.- Six months 1.60 Six months l-O0 alarm she. sprang:: out of bed and ran wasn't any use, ; though. They only secret Anyhow, it's hardly the sole heir; he'll come Into a lot of ..
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Three months 1.25' Three months I .75NEWS' I to the teleplfone.It .I' .- had another row." fair striking at Strong when he's laid. money. I'll bet it will be over fifty 'i,

"And then-" soft for him-millions :1t;
PLATFORM out. How badly: is he hurt? millions Pretty
was Sam SchreY, er's voice. .'
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. "I'm telephoning you from Albany"he "Well, after his father was hurt, "Pretty bad, I guess," said the law all his-" ..:;. .

:2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and when they sent for him, he laid down ; '
said. Take the ten o'clock train "
of his conditions. some ways h 's as .
concentration products. I
tomorrow morning to Osslnlng and stiff-necked the old
: He
as man.
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and

other products of' this region to the northern markets. I'll meet you there at the station. I wouldn't go near Strong's bedroom .

until his father' agreed to this .......
sign
cooperative association have for
4. The ffc l functioning of a marketing for good news you I ; .
confession. As soon as Alan got It, '. _I'
both buying and selling purposes. "You mean" she cried excitedly I ; .\
he telephoned, to me, and chased me .. .
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"that Im to see fy father?

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1929 ., "I'll tell you tomorrow," he' ic- up to Albany to see the Governor.: ;I < '.: : .' ': "One of Strong's lawyers, not Sea-
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plied as he rang off. I ton, but another man., went with me, .
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: READY TO GRIND I Chapter Thirty-Six and advised the Governor to act at I /. '. I

.. ...' HEIR TO THE THRONE: once. And you can' bet, even if old I I'

Anew day .will dawn .for Florida and the I"northern Everglades. next Monday As Carol got off the train "In Os- Strong's on his death. bed, the' Gov- r' Our Hospitality/ .
ernor .still jumps through his hoop- ,
when the machinery of the new 1,500, ton a, day sugar mill is'. officiallyset sining the first person. she, espied was. but here-we are at the prison" ..1

in motion. little Sam Schreyer, dancing excitedly .
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A few minutes later, Jn the 'war- .

up and down the platform. He had den's office, Carol foundherself 'weeping
itself in this announcement. The yision .
"What wonderful story unfolds
a \
packet of in his hand and
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a papers ,
I happily in her father's arms, and

of a dreamer now. a reality; a victorious three year drainage battle. with almost before she had greeted him, then proudly escoitin ghim from the 1. This 'is .'one of the, many .reasons. :why'. you ,
.
'
i he had hustled her into a waiting au ..'. .
the forces of Lake Okeechobee; a community with practically nothing, l'ifted' tomobile. prison-free' cleared, his innocence. will find our hotel always full. .

established. .' ,
to a place of prominence among the state's cities; the attracting of important -. "What has happened? ?" she cried. / _. ', 'I. ,
Schreyer, almost fa-
jubilant
: as as .
railroads to tap the rich Everglades; the irrefutable proof of the impossibilities "Are you taking me to see my father .

of this section; the new era of industry'for the state and the "Lookhe?" said grand! drawing.. ther ing. and daughter' had,. a' motor'' wait- }1::': ; ; j:; i.;;:, '<'::;1 gf;{ ; ?:.;" .; .1


increase of American produced sugar strengthening, the position of the forth from among his papers a large "The tali 11 do your. father good aft- ., : ; .:

er being shut up there," he. explained. J ..
: found din-
entire country. official-looking document, with'a seal. I The same service :will. be in our .
"It'll be much nicer than taking the ,. .
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"See what I've got. -: ." .
(train home." I : .
These are but a few of the angles to the situation but sifficleut.to prove "What is it?" she asked, as she ; :" !'' .>;J
: took the document from him. I As they. rode ho'me. father. and : ing room.Everyone. ., : 1
to even the most skeptical that Monday will be a great day not only for this .
daughter, their hands clasped in hap-
l "Its a pardon for your father, a '
section and Florida but for the entire country..; full and free pardon, signed by the' piness, sat for the most part In silence -: is made to feel'at home when.

Governor. He signed it late last night but the little lawyers was: full i .
Where others have made half-hearted attempts and become discouraged, of voluble. plans fro proclaiming his
just after I telephoned I '
you. wanted
B. G. Dahlberg, who knows not the. meaning of discouragement has come in you to give it to your father with clients innocence to the world. II they are' guests of our ho.tel. ;

own hands. It certainly "As soon as we' get to town," he
your was
your
with a Napoleonic determination and _brought to a successful conclusion that ",
A right, after the way: you've foughtfor said, "I'll ha.ye.a doze 'copies of this j f ",
which seemed most difficult ,
him." confession struck off and then I'll (. ,

Tears of joy surged: into Carol's send for the porters and we'll 'give .' I ., : \ ':
He had the assurance of internationally known sugar experts that this -.
eyes. She could hardly control her it to all the papers.. 1.. A

land is ideally suited to sugar cane production.. That'"there :were as a proviso voice to speak.: At last, at last, her "Is it wise to giye 'them the I 'confession ,

which dealt with drainage to him was incidental The northern Everglades is brave innocent father was to come ?" said Mr. aDre."Don't ;

j I out ,of prison. But what miracle had ;: .
good sugar land, he was told. The rest was ,merely an obstacle although a you want to get suare with The' Watanabe' Hotel
taken place? How did it happened? Stiong questioned Schreyer, amaz-
big one, to be overcome. "It's wonderful
but I don't understand ed.

\ she said. "How did you get .
He has done the work and done it thoroughly and successfully, givingto it?" "It's enough for me that I'm fiee"said ,-

the banker, always averse to I t t!.ti.. ,
affording
the state a real service- in I a truer conception of, the possibilities "Read this," he said. extending an- needless pyblicity, "The mere state- y 1"':

of the' Everglades, and giving to the nation- an. even greater service in show- other paper. I }
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Wonderingly she, took the second '
ing clearly a new source of supply for recognized by au- '
sugar government -
j paper from ,him, giving a start of .. ..

thorities as one of the. most important food commodities.Now amazement as she 'grasped its con.1 I Ii

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that we stalled, will Mr. Dahlberg rest on the laurels which are so It was a confession-signed by I :;
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deservedly I his? The absurdity of such a question is apparent to those who 'Prosper Strong, and witnessed a confession ,, ,. .

that it was he who had forged ( :r'i I : .
know him and his achievements but to those who do not ; ...
past is recommended i :;. ., ( .
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signature, followed .
by a :

.J a study of his life and successes. Therein lies more clearly than anything statement that Mr. Dare was Inno- 'i :: :: :>} ; Statement : : ; :: j

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cent, and that the. whole case against "
else we know, a glance into the Everglades of tomorrow. Equippedwith ;
him was a conspiracy planned by "
vision, exPerience, practicality and determination DIr. will : '
Dahlberg
I Strong.\ ; ,5 ; < FIRST BANK ,OF CLEWISTON. : ,
undoubtedly develop the resources of the Everglades to the fullest extent,. "How. did you ever get ,Strong to 1 I' '.

so in truth we are about to witness the dawn of an era brimful of' the richest sign ,such a statement?" she "cried. ; : .T -. />: :

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I friend."You" mean" .'< *.i?\ *< \. : : :_ /' '.

.' "' "Alan Mason.. You Know )le's-" >;\''i":.: Close of Business"_December. 31st. 1928. :" :'
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The spirit of exultation on the part of the. local people as the. new sugar "Yes, I know;" she said quickly ': \ "
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"He S Mr. Strong's son. I saw about < -
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mill is.about to. be 'officially started is reflected in the 'poem. submitted. by -' \ 'I 7 ,
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Nils Olsen ''of the, Clewiston Building, Material company.,which is'. printed "Well: ,' continued Mr. Schreyer, :;-I .' : .' ( ::., !.'. -:...,. .. I.I I."
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: .. . v/ "he had a quarrel with the old man .:: \ .:_ /:; "i: ::': .9:-,".""' .

below. 1 } .; l ."'Y.-' just after he came out of the army.. Loans and Discounts .' .. :. .' ',. '." .: '. .,?>,. ..';;/.:, .<.. '. $54',793.61 < .

; ::>. .. ( }) : The old man, wanted him to come in- .: : :... "., .' .: -'.:. '
::1. THE CELEBRATION U ("K; : :
"' (. .. : 4 ; ::..... to his office. Alan:: refused and told United States Bonds . .. .x., .. .. .:,.. <. .:'L:. ,:.. 83.050.00County .
., '. .. '' him what he thought of his methodsof '
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mean by something to eat, '.+ : .. ? crook I guess, which he is. They .

: i. ; say old tSrong kicked him out. I, I AH I other Bonds (School Warrants) '.'.', ./: ); '27, 100.00'-', .' I
;:>> Hustle up and get downTo \ (.;,; :: .::: <:: .. ':? "At any rate, Alan left home, and I : '

"" ., I '" .h'. a giowlng little town. ...... .. \...::.. : .. ..... ...(.'.,../ '.: 'took some money his mother left him I I illl Bankig. House, Furniture. &Fixtures .A' ::' ;'9,765.08: 7' .
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; It is Clewiston by name .\ ':; .-".: .. .::' .. ,' Cash Hand and Due from Banks : ** '; i .
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;,.:.: 'Also '. .fY* ...;, .. .... i-: : father's. name.. He had Idea : .
Sugarbowl the same [ ,; : : : : : ; a great .
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''. '. It's in the Everglades. .. ".J-.t'\' ;) .' > / v v f I
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..: T.he'soil. is as black as the'ace :of spades t:('_ : ," .. its. Too' bad it_went blooey. I < ':: \\f* i \: (: i ; 'I.
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:( "'-' And here' they havo a sugar mill' *'. --v; ,,","*,;''' ::I'":"'; .,, "Suie it did ." said Schreyer, "all I ,. .:;'. : ; : ."",. ': ;': ,'LIABILITIES ,-. d Jt; ;;; '': : .. ,
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On the : <. Stock Paid in\
seventeenth December ,. Capital -
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0 /-"fa ,. -. '> meeting and 'expelled ". .V.V/yi X11' $ ..
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Everybody here r member"' ", < i j'i: : : 'i; : : "Hhe he took his' money out?'? Idon't .. .\ .,".. '. \. : ; /
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Was the. testing of the bowl v<, :: ':; :"" "i' : : ; that?" / / .
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When the steam did hiss and howl I*;}',; \::';" ; ":-'I'"'. '.;': :" ;>;" ,. "To r{iiso the'.bail money for your I Undivided Profits:-'(Less,: i is.es& .taxes: pail) 7,5 !O.92 .

And the l tl'a't' : ; '.. -':: :.:.; 'father*::Didn't. yoit }know ,It ."was, ,>hi? I /1'' :
sane trains pulled by. 'r'o '. !Deposits . ;'V.. . : / .
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':.. ..: j.. '. ;' \. '..:hI {p.lone3PF: i though, of ,cqursej ''you'dfind : ; / /'i..r.: ; 222,988.68 [I ;

''I I You see the cane. is the real factor::_: :-;,) ;>.:. : .. .:, that out.". ,, .' .
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will grow and make the town't : .' '. : .' : '\: :* :alp: ,- :said': Carol, with,a)little[ catch: .' '. 'I t
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Don't .:"<' ','';. 0;:" "<: .. .. :':. .(.. in her voice, ."I ne.verne.w,It..' I. All l Liabilities i i .
forget to put that down. : ,. .f ; other (Cashier's i : .ckst: :
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." L ': \, ';.' -Alanr lead done that--for her. gad : : .h 4,624.21 1 J

Next will the the real opening feast: : :<, 3 1".,.':.... .,. : l drawn the money out, had wrecked : : //1// .

The first mentioned. was only a test >'.,fi:'{\ .!\'. ; : .. :':!':Y ; his;.business,' his future, to help her, : '. -, "TOTAL; ;. '::'.. .,....::/. .. ,. / -- ...*,.. . 352 I 83.81

-'. '.dl-;. ... _.". -:. to:get her father out of prison-and : :\ .Y .' : "":': -' ; ,' < : ': : .+ .
To see if everything I was functioning right .:,* I,.. .. : : :';:.->.,:-:.. ..-,;... :,:,0..i\\c.: \ : ,'.'. ,.:. : .7 ., >, I I'J. .
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I:0": : ._ .never had breathed a word of it to I
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\ And, so it was and all looks bright .. i A,,; ..j .: her. What a grand, noble; wonderful : .. .% > X :: ) ,,;, ; -, J" ..1.1.I
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r ". So the fourteenth of tho first month of 1929 :.. ":: .-. friend he was. And what a mean, .despicable :'" : : .,:,, '::'t" :}'l5,:?: ,:: STEWART-- CASHIER. I ; .

creature she to have I ':". -:/-: : ';f: :\ ; / ', .. :: ; : : :" "
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very .. "And did h:, she asked hesitantly : I : < ; : ")" :,;' : .. rl-;

I i .t r Because resources are here and will and power ;r'i ;* was: > it: he .who got his fattier to 'f/-_,."), a
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'i ; Dahlberg sure will put this over. .
"Sure it was," said Schreyer. "The I 'r. "
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II ATL"Mr The First Bank of Clewlston, at I \';.,
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T Florida at, the close of business I '
i, pro- 1 December 31, 1928.
RESOURCESDOLLARS
aringPros Loans and Discounts ,...... 54.793.61
C' and Mrs. F. L. Williamson, ac- United S'atP Bonds R3.onn.00: ,,, ..,.,,.-
Mrs. Joe Godfrey who has been con-
'companied by Mrs. W. 'T. Bailey mo- County and Municipal Bonds 36,500.00All I '
fined to her room with a sever attack Other Bonds J; I '
li .Ted to Tampa. : Sunday returning to I of influenza is now on the road Schom Warrants .......... ,27,100.00 ; ,.,\. .,".. .','.' .,"i' I ,. ;,

r "' lewiston on Monday. to recovery, it was reported this Banking House and Fixtures, Furniture -........ 9,765.08 :: :1' /

week.I, Cash, on Hand and ;'1K:: 'I
$4 ,1i ;
Mr. and Mrs L. W. Bergeron left Due from: Banks ..... .. HO,975.12TOTAL t -

son' fir Hollywood where they will make Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Small formerlyof ..........,..........,.. 352.183 SI ,
their home. Mr. Bergeron having completed LIABILITIES DOLLARS
)t Of ,
;. LaBollo are now residents of C'lew- Capital Stock Paid in.JK.000.00 :; ; ':'
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fIfty'Ions' : / his work for the Southern Sugar iston, Mr. Small. being connected Surplus Fund .,............,., IS.OOO'.OO: :.;, : .:: ;:
." In connection with the ;1. t. :.y 1.
Expenses -
: company Undivided Profits (Loss If" '., <, .. ''. ,,' I I '
Mrs.
with the Clewiston and
company
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7.570,92
and Taxes Paid.
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jf-:,' construction. of the new sugar mill. Small doing stenographic and bookkeeping Deposits ..................... 222.9S8.6S .7$7- ,
,:< News. Bonds Borrowed ................ '87,000.00 / '
.zar.: .,,;:: Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw have : work for the Clewlston All Other Liabilities ': .l':
",'>;'. i Cashier's Checks ............ 4624.21\ Welcome To Clewiston'
Arcade
.0',. taken over the house on avenue .. "
." formerly occupied by Mr. and J. Cameron j Hawhiiu of New York ,TOTAL ...... ....... 352183.81 ") / ,
\0 have brought who spent a week at Clewiston last State of Florida County of.Hen- (t
;" "'; Mrs: Bergeron. They ", YI
:; ;over from West Palm Beach house- fall has opened .an office of the Southern dry I Elbert ssc L. Stewart.', Cashier of the ;i The lVrw Sugar Bowl of America" .

'., hold goods from their home there. Sugar company at Hartford, nbovp-named Bank do solemnly swear ....i", ,." .,.
Conn. that the above statement is true to \t':.:.: .'" ,: '
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the best of my knowledge and belief "' : \
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.. Mrs. W. S. Harvel and daughter :and that "it is In response to official ; ;' ; .
Margie have returned from Delray. The first shipment of Southern notice to report by the Comptrollerof '; : :c. : : ':; :: : '' J '': ': : : :: :

this week where they have been vis- Sugar company'pralines to Indiana the ELBERT Statft. of L.Florida.STEWART, Cashier. J. : : ''. : : : ,,:/.. ., 'c" .: ,: '. > ::, ,.',' :;it<' ., I '

iting relatives for the past few weeks. were sent this week to Miss Harveyin (SEAr l t .

Indianapolis who is a grandcjaugh- Subscribed CORRECT-ATTEST and 'sworn to bemorcme \ ;' .!;;(: :" \Ve are glad" to have you with us on this day and extend: .
Mrs. E. C. Specr spent a few days ter of J. P. Sears, financial correspondent -thtis Qth day of January, 1929. : ,
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in -Sebring last week. of ,the Connecticut Mutual\ -C. V.William" PARKINSONL. M. Harris, Jr. I i.'. '" to YOU the hand of fellowship and good will. ....
Indiana .
Life Insurance company in the L. RAMSEYELBERT -, .
L. STEWART I ) ,;.
John Kettl. brother of Miss B. city.: Directors. 4 .
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I I ""Kettl of the Kettl Tearoom arrived I '. (:;, { Friendship, co-operation and service have been ,
among
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here last week from Massllon and -

'1 I Ih,7 'has accepted a position with the I I :,, } the' main factors in helping to build this city and country.
):i"Southern Sugar company..

j J tf\V e extend* them both.to you while our guest.CWiston -"c'

Mrs.. Dick Miller who, has been suffering ,\. :I : :.::'., :: :. :..'.;:.\-' .:: >.' i ,..; ,.: j-:: .. \ <:\",<..:.J. '. .:,: ,, ,
for the past week from an, at- -. -

7 it l fuj r >tack of influenza Is now on the road "hz': ;'VV"V: ; ; : ::;- ;<:'.S .;- *-/.:,; '.'...:';' ;.' \V \ ; : .

r to recovery: ;J. . :. ...) ; ::>" ,/, \' ii. ;. i; ? ::, ,
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The Two Leading ,Events at Clewiston. "
Mrs. Nancy Puryear mother of I .
L Mrs. Claude Downs of the Watanabe of \ : \ '

hotel accompanied> by her son Fred; \ opening -, .: Supply Co. : (1/ {

,both of Dalton, Gd., are visiting Mr.. I '' 1 "
and Mrs. Downs.. ; i t :li J.
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I THE NATION'S SUGAR BOWL ) :. .L::, _:: :. ;;: ; i \i,. ; .,}, '.' .' ,_',: '. <. : : >-,' 'i i:

T. V. Watson, representative of the .. ,. .. .. .. .. .
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Cochran
Robert T.
New York firm of ,;C'::; .fi'i.i:
who has been spending the winterat and ..
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Clewlston. .; is' now on a three, weeks \ .-:.. I
businew, "'. :'. to Mississippi. :
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L. IilA..,, L. Crowlocal con- L '
tractors spent Sunday in 'LaBelle and : ,
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went.to Canal Point Monday on business We', .extend you an invitation to make our Ir ,de, .: ',., ';.-.: .;-I', .. '; :' .. ,' ../ ,. ( ; ; 0;"" i.\:::: ,:.

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uarters'whlIe : ; ;': '' : ; : ; : : ? ; !
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs have stqr'e your head : : i' '. : -;: : rc'f: :. : : : / .: hCS

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had a new garage built back of the ':, : -
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Watanabe hotel. ?: :;:< ': :/ < ; :
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day that Dempsey: will boxe the win- .. '
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:g., it was announced today were 1- 'i' '
500,000 in bedt because of the cam- 'Vi :t; ; < '(, ;j : { : : ', .. .': i : ;'
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Friday, January' 4. m' frrrMMM: '.Y 'yN..l.11 '
Jacksonville.-The Baptist Mission '

board concluded its meeting here 1


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physician Cleveland.announced-Ambassador that he Herrick's wouldbe I ,'. '1: .y1i; : : :' ,::)';i:::'' !CI ;}; ';:, .'!.i-(-:,; "!-,;'::;,.: 'Z'y 0i: < ,-'Av--;, ,;' 'i ;; ; i, 1 '

able to get up today or tomorrow. : Automobileinn I > ,, : ,;. ; '. rh.K.i r.i('>. ; .l.'':,: 4I : : ; :

Chicago.-It was- announced today ry: ':':. / ,

that a special grand jury to investi- : I "

gate police frauds is 'to be sworn in : ,Ft' :} : .
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January 9Chicago.A. ) I: ToDay City
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-i bill was introduced in .
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II the. United States Senate today regarding '.,' I .. .
i:> .. the Chicago Worlds fair in :: :: : = .. :: :: .. .. '
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I, f.\, 1933 New 17; '1.t :,'JI /.r-; : :', : ;; ;'.; ; ,;J<1, X, i4 ; ::::1.f2. :;:" : :;:;'': : ':.' ;: ;;; -

York.-W. C. Adamson former I ,

'>, Georgia, congressman died of pneu- Let us save you money on repairing your car. .. ::. ,//.r; .;!V.:: Motor.into, : the Clewistori Motor. 'Company and get Gas, :

inlonia today.. Our work, is guaranteed, our labor skilled "..', :1-" .. Oil, Water and Service. .

Wednesday, January 2.'Vashingtoll.The workmen and I
our prices are based on the low- V. -'
electors will cast

their official vote for Hoover\ In the est possible working conditions. :::; We specialize in giving service to you. Standard Motor ,

capitals of the states today. There ,
"will be. : :) Oil Products We local the >'
f no shift of votes. \ ,' : are agents for: Chevrolet Cars /
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Acetelyn, welding and all kinds of automobile .
., Washington-It was announced today .

that the Kellog peact' pact will work: :
be put ahead of the cruiser bill in .l : : /


the senate. After Jan. 15 an experienced mechanic on t'M "

Cleveland. Ambassador Herrick I ; ; ;

change who is to sick the with worse bronchitis today.1' took a Model,A. Fords will be at our shop., A factory f. O CO. : _

Jan.It trained will ,then ; 1-'
man be able to service 'all \ ,I
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Chendit, Germany.-Three; hundred new model Fords at the plant. .',
t" and thirty two thousand people were ," ';
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forbidden to bathe because of short-

) P- age of water, except on Sunday. I \ :': /. '
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+ lieved -unfinished. Murray Motor Co. \ .. ;. .. ,
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'mDAY. JANUARY 11, 1929 CLEW ISTON NEWS CLEW/STON-.fLOR/DA PAGE FIVE


The Program one can find the obligations of the that by 1940, Florida will be one

Every branch; of governmental activity counties and their distiicts.: Author- home of over 3,000,000. .
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LaBelle; News 'e must begin the New Year witha ity must be centralized and respon- The Insurance companies, 20 years

strict accounting- rigid budget- sibility must be fixed. ago, found their premium income in

ing and organization from the stand- There are three parties at interest Florida to be less than $5,000,000. t

point of economy, efficiency and ser- In the fiscal soundness of the state. Last year, it was $51,000,000 or a
London.-It was announced todayin ance; the lowest reasonable numberof ,! vice. Unnecessary expenditures must Flr
: organized government which thousand per cent increase.
) 'IW*' Mrs- Carl 1;. Royer motored to FortM Salvation Army headuarters that] public officers; the highest ,possible be eliminated; unless offices must be I .
shopping trip. I cannot survive except by taxes Tho banks, 20 years ago showeda
111?'ers Tuesday, on a were enough votes secured in the conception of public duty. abolished. Men must be employed as
1 promptly paid; second, the taxpayer, total financial strength of $51,000-
council to oust General Bramwell Public Service needed, because of their fitness for '
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Edwards and who in many cases Is overburdened; 000. In December of last year, their
{ Booth as commanler. A perfect machinery of government, the task to which they are called and
.' Missess Signy Henrickson and Mary I third, the investor in Florida securi strength was ten times greater, or
however, will prove( futile unless ad- their willingness to give the date the
Henderson motored to Immokalee Booth ties who has a right to expect prompt over 518000000. But as I stated in
London.-General Bramwell : ministered by faithful public servantswo service for which they are paid.
T) payment of obligations. my platform i We must improve our
FrIday.. announced today that this news of I find In office their highest regard, iCtizen's responsibilitiesBut
: C. O. Thomas, Geo. W. Pettee, and what This, however, is not the time for a visions for adequate examination and
tell him but in the and
him and asked people to I brings, honor glory upon public officials alone. Private
George Loveland Pettee spent last detailed outline of program. Information strict supervision for the protection
which from noble and
comes a up-
was wrong. citizens must carry their share of the
Wednesday in Clewiston on business. right public service. is being gathered along all lines of depositors an dstock, holders.
burden and interest themselves in the

Tallahassee.-Governor Martin is The Problems of Appointments affairs of their government, either affecting the outlook of the state and Our Everglades constitute an area,,

C. W.. Christie, C. O. Thomas and very worried. He has had 100 applications Among the duties of the chief ex- with or without the approval of their will be furnished legislators and oth- of immeasurable wealth, and must be

Geo. W. Pettee motored to Fort My- for pardons for the pardon ecutive, there is none more impor- officers. Investigation, counsel coop er public officers to guide them. reclaimed in a wise engineering anda

ers on business and pleasure Tliursi board. tant than the choice of his fellow eration on the part of the private citizens The Fundamental Strength of the sound economic manner, with TO-,

'.i<; day. servants. In that nature of things, will stimulate efficient public StateFundamentall I gard to the' future as well as to the

Roosevelt Field, N. Y.-Miss Gentry with the change of an administration service. Too often our interest in )', : our state is ns present.

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEETS : announced she would try another there are frequent changes In public affairs ends with\ an election. sound as the rock of Gibraltar. Our The state is rich in! her forestry ,

The new county board of public in- flight in her airplane on January 20. I personnel, to meet the r requirementsof Moreover, taxpayers can now best climate, which Is a commodity that possibilities. At one time our lumber
with Superintendent ,
struction met Tuesday the new administration. In our serve themselves and aid the state r.innot be carried away, Is the dream and naval stores produced one thirdof

Stallings who took office Aboard the U. S. Utah.-President change however will be displaced tho state's income business and
.:. no one by discharging as promptly as. possible of the. multitudes.! .

Tuesday. Col. H. A. Rider was appointed Elect Hoover announced that after he for personal reasons; none appointed their obligations to the govern- Our location, once considered, a payrolls.. We must, however, guard

as attorney for the board for was ,finished with conferences In for political purposes; no ment. Florida expects every clt'zen handicap, is now by Improyed railways against exhausting this resource withno

the year 1929. A. L. Taylor was reelected Washington he will go on another one denied a place but with regret public and private-to answer the highways, waterways and :arrays adequate effort for its replenishment -

chairman of the board. good will trip to the West Indies and I shall share the grief of all those call in one common spirit with* one ,\ brought into the center of the ; give more attention to those

then spend a week or ten days or a who be disappointed in their as- which
may common purpose. Our patriotism ualion's activities and. now lie* Lithe resources, can' ever reproduceand

LL 4 George W.. Pettee and George Loveland little longer in Florida. pirations for public service. It must i must be exalted and applied to the very path .of the future trade and by: human supervision, never
Pettee motored to Fort Dryers i ir
7T be remembered that positions are; few problems of peace as well as the travel of America. become exhausted.We .

r : Saturday on business. I Cleveland.Ambassador Herrickgot -they, .will increase. Regardless of trials of Must Build by EffortI
war.Tax :More miles of railway were, in one
bed where he has
up from his our personal feeling, we must thinkof WeaknessThe wonder if we too often think of
Automobile and other license tags recent year, built in Florida than. in
@ been sick for several days. each public office in terms of ser- our*state as a place where wealth is
now be purchased from Ex- uppermost problemfinanceand all other states taken together. Someof
may:
vice to the people, rather than favor taxation-must found,. rather than created. The easa
sheriff's be met with wisdom -
in the office these lines of
Judge Henderson New York.-It became known in are a pioneering nature -
I
for the individual.
and caution. The fact that near- with whlcn, it comes, sometimes mis
the .
in courthouse.Mr. but they are prepared for a
Wall street today that the Radio Cor-
Those ,so fortunate as to find em- ly 25 per cent of our lauds are off great leads. There is no land so responsive
poration and the Victor Ttalking Machine advance. By rail we are within -
ployment should remember that these
the tax books to labor suggestive enterprise
for ,
of so
Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer and non-payment
and 48 hours of 75 percent of the wealth
company had decidede to merge
are days when the people have a rightto taxes that and Florida. It is essentlaVIv
; collections have fallen capital as
Goodno and Dennis Small
Mr. E. E. their stock into one.'Vashington.The. I and population of our country; not I
I motored to Fort Myeis Thursday on expect more of their public servants off 10, 20, and in some cases 50 percent more than one half to one third the a land of industry, agriculture and

than in times of ease and great in counties municipalities '
business and ; i' forest products. It makes its appealto
Kellog Treaty is distance from our centers population
the
prosperity. The burden of taxpayers I' that the state future
paid out $707,380 in the man, who works. Our
still being considered in the senate.A should be to as is our nearest competitor.Our .
E. E. Edwards and Miss Signy Hen an inspiration the last two years In costs alone in lies in production and not in promo
bill introduced also regardingthe federal has
was government spentin
service
greater by public officers.
riclcson motored to Fort Myers making tax sales, show that the problem tion. Our reward must come through
I states having the right to sue Those who may be tempted to use excess of 2S,000,000 to improve
': Thursday afternoon business.. is serious. Investigations: further labor-"The curse of earth's morn-
the government, for back taxes. their office for unholy gain, to with- the harbors and waterways of Florida.
disclose that tm default is not wholly ing is the blessing of its noon." _.-
I hold service for which they are naid.. These present an advantage of im-
r --- due to inability to pay, ,but to the mental:
Delaney Work spiritual
C. B. Weggman, Donaly Washington.-Senator Borah said ;,Physical, ,
I to greedily absorb excessive fees to measurable significance. I, '
and Ar Jail motored to Jackson- weakness of our collection system. continuous,-is the warrant of our eat :
today that if the Kellog Treaty was which they are not entitled or cling A Travel by air now leads in point .
vine r to bring some Ford not civilization would be im reasonable tax, equitably distributed I pectations. To me, the greatest mate-
passed to of and promises untold val-
moneys belonging to the people progress
with a collection law that is simple
cars LaEelle Motor company I rial blessing the Son of Man ever
periled. must catch a new vision of public ser and certiln is ue to the state. It is easier to fore-
back. a necessary condition gave to the world was when He came,
> vice. to see great airliners with cargoes of
the financial
of
Saturday January 5. stability not in the pomp and pride of a king,
In the work which lies before us, the state. passengers or freight: flying between
working
Mrs. Selden Stewart is now Franklin, La.-Mrs. Ada Bonner Le but as an humble child of toil and
I shall ask no more of the lowliest Florida and distant points than it ..
The
: In Tax Collector Taylor's office Bouef and Dr. Thomas E. Drehr were duties now discharged by bond thereby lifted labor from the level
servant, as your chief executive, I was to force, thirty years ago, the
Instead of Kurd Reeves' office trustees should be headed up in
granted a reprieve in their sentence : of serfdom and crowned it with glory
first give to the state. I shall at all
I Wright Brothers making their in-
to,, be hung until one week. They are some county office required to keep and honor. Let us talk in our homes
D. G. Alston from Clewiston was times, be on the front lines Of ser- records and make itial flight of a few hundred feet. We '
the to the proper regular reports let teach in our schools let trying now to appeal case vice '' us ,
in LaBelle Tuesday. and, if need be sacrifice, and must be on the alert to take 1 advan-
to state .
U. S. Supreme Court. shall withhold some authority.! Today I proclaim from every platform of this
no executive Power in
tage of this movement. \
great
in the majority of counties, great commonwealth,. the dignity of
t r't The Seaboard railway have orders helping public officers to discharge Certain public utilities estimate C'"
there is no central authority where :/
Atlanta.-Ralph Hedrick fell five I
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Please turn to 8 _
for six cars of ties, two cars of blocks their full duty under the ]law. I page
j stories out of a building here and Florida -'
and two cars of lumber. has been blessed by a hostof
two wives rushed out to him and his faithful ,
public servants, ever loyal -
now charged with bigamy. His second ...
COUNTY OFFICERS TAKE OFFICE to her honor. Let us, at the begin-
wife was sent back to her par-
The courthouse was a scene. of excitement ging of this new year, renew our

) y all day Tuesday when the ents. vows at the shrine of our country,

and with pride in task devotion ,.. .
; new officers took office. There was our and :
Paris.-It thata
was reported today .
gladness in the hearts and sorrowin to duty, wrie across the life
French steamer sunk off the coastof
the hearts of those who were leav of this state in letters that will never
Spain two days when it got on a
ing. The following changer were die: "Public Office is a Public Thust
reef. .
made: W. P. Andrews was succeeded and a true Public Afficer is a Serv-

by J. L. Taylor, Ed G. Pfluge was ant of all the ePople."
COMPLETE TEXT OF '
succeeded by E. L. Stallings, JudgeW. : t Appraisal of Our StrengthIt ... ,'

N. Henderson was succeeded for INAUGURAL ADDRESS I is well, on a day like this, that. -<- .'u\ yI

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new county commissioners were H. only our political' but economic ''. fITI1ffiIffiii I IHIiJJTIi1I1! "I III/I/ III III!iJ 1111111 I 1111111111111111111111111111:11I: =i 1111111 rll,,!!It 1111 ffill!hi"ItiIlillilllIillilllilli.U1lliill"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! I I i "III '" :

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Jas. L. Nicholson, and W._ L. Maddox an era of unparalleled, we might say.. ., :/. .f ...,r ;" ....
or public office, until our governmentis !:..1-;{ ,,' : ._.:. : ;
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unbridled : .r'." : ," ,
of Felda who is the successor of Com- prosperity, and while great ; : i .: 'f t' .
: rapidly passing from the hands of
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missioner Hull. Col. H. A. Rider was permanent progicss has been made, .
the people to the office holding class.In ,1 ." >' ':'', ." r c. .
for the school much that is tiausfent had < j' ; :
reelected already
attorney ,
the interest, therefore, of economy, : : : : ;};
board.J. passed away. Abnorma 1 conditions (
efficiency and democracy, we must 'L'j j;
have left their mark on public as ( 'L'- :
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keep our government as simple and .
: W. Christie left LaBelle Tuesday well as private life,.to such an extentas ;
direct as possible, with every branchof ,
L : r for Washington D. C., in the interestof to endanger the fine reputation of

: the drainage of the Caloosahatcheeriver the states to some activity constitutional directly offi-accountable the state for a sane ,conservatism.oFr :..J'WE.. ARE NOW PREPARED TO :: : .:'. ,,-' r : : .

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and Lake Okeechobee. this we blame no one. It is .., .
cer who, in turn, is directly accountable .. ;. ..
a logical outcome of the spirit of the .. : ,. :'
@ to the, people through the ballot. <
FURNISH YOU WITH FIRE J .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christie motor- times. But the results are Zevident.We .. ;, r ; \
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now find : .
ed to Fort Myers Saturday.All ourselves in a time of J
r- _.
kindred functions should be consoli- :
,, peace, burdened with a wartime WOOD INCH : "
IN 16 18 AND 24 : }
'.' dated; all to avoid overlapping, con- ,
of the many friends of Attorney equipment. We have made triumphal \ .... ,
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\ fusion and interrupting activities. "- .
II. A. Rider will be glad to hear advances on every front, but at a .. ,. :. :- !t<,
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Menace of Local Legislation I LENGTHS. ?
that he was reelected attorney for cost which must now be paid. Weak

the school board for the year 1929. The passage of local legislation spots have 'developed in our financial *_ .. +'
without notice is false to the spirit structure. ,
i Public expnditures-and I r. ,

i The Orange Blosson Special) : of and purpose of our Constitution anda J I speak of county and municipal a swell y :, '.
f e menace to representative
the Seaboard railway arrived in La govern as state-have become excessive.Our .
ment. Measures suddenly. conceived V Belle on its first trip last Thursday disbursements have exceeded our
I and hastily passed do thus become
with eight passengers! and the crew. receipts ton an alarming degree, with
the edict of a minority rather thanan
taxes far too high. There is, my '

SOME JOKES HEARD AT THE I expression of the will of the peo- friends, a dead-line of cost in govern- > CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL CO.. -

SEABOARD STATION ple. The results are iniquitous in mest which, when reached by the '- !

many cases and unfair in all where ,
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Sing-"How can a black cow give taxing power, marks the decline of .

white milk that makes yellow but unexpected burdens are voted on un a state's prosperity. 'We are' approaching !: -; : I .
suspecting people. Provision is madein \: '" ,
too ,{ .. .
ter? dangerously near that dead- ';r-' --
our state for passing local meas- line f
"For the same reason that black- now. ; : : 0
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berries are green when they're red. Our Hope ,_

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r dog for five dollars then sold him. rights that are sacred. I hope, there- lie at the base of our future de- ,

z How much did he lose?" fore, our' law-makers will join min < velopment. We face this at every

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Washington. -The' Kellog treatywas the Constitution, let us return to the is even more vital to counties and

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EXPERIENCES campaign he insisted on taking the GOVERNOR'S WIFEIS I I interest. There is never a harsh work faith and no doubt served to buoy -
PAST
POINT TO SUCCESS I wheel hini'self. while the wearied driver WELL SUITED there, and between Governor and the Governor up:during those trying Anyone knowing Mrs. Doyle Carlton 1
He has Mrs. Carlton exists sympathetic un- hours. I
dozed In the back seat. a could
REIGN TO NEW POSITION not but believe that Flor- ,
,t IN .CARLTON been seen not once but many times, derstanding, and comradeship rarely Modesty is as marked a trait In ida Is most fortunate In having her.
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-an overburdened hotel porter She ."unfailingly cheerful and Mrs. Carlton it Is in her distin- ,''I
to relieve (Continued from page 1)) found i as in the Executive Mansion, becauseshe
j (Continued from page 1) of part of his luggage because during the arduous hours of the primary guished husband. It was 'one shown is as well fitted /Ito' be a leaderof :

i --- i "it .looked. too much for one man to tee of the Friday Morning' Musicalein campaign Governor Carlton 'j i In her pleasure over the description women as her distinguished hUs- \"

i some to wonder and very properly carr)'. Tampa and as such was In chargeof found his greatest peace and comfortin I' of her given by one of her friendsto I band is to be a leader of me.n ,

I what,manner, oC' man is this who Unselfishness had its place even the raising funds for the erectionof quiet conversations with her I another. :"She is just a good, old- Because she has '"that common E

I, is set to govern us and"what docs in his addresses during the primary. the splendlng home of this club To her he brought many of the.I fashioned country girl," was said of touch that makes the world akin".

he intend to accomplish? '1'hose'ho heard him will well remember ,on .Horatio street there. vexing problems which arose. during I I her. "I like that" Mrs. Carlton said and also because she is of the South's:

Doyle Elam Carlton is the latest to I his repeated urging. "Princi- Although Mrs. Carlton is an ardent his candidacy, and she was taken into In .telling of' the Incident. No amountof nobility possessed of those qualities

j be given this high honor by his peo,|' pies and not the man", and again worker in religious affairs, her relig- consultation as an 'able adviser success or adulation will ever befitting the wife of a leader and 1'

i pIe. Some attribute his winning it to "Now please 40 not' ,understand me ious views are very broad and tol- when the Governor_ was preparing change in the slightest the bearingof : statesman.hospitality, charm, poise,

i his ability to present the truth enabled plainlyand as Implying that I 'am the one \who erant She is interested in many general keynote speech for his campaign. She Mrs.\ Carlton for she takes success I graciousness, kindliness and a great (

the firm courage which best measiucs up t t-o these standards charity activities and lends her relieved him of all home worries and I or: failure with the same equan strength of character 'r,
behind his I I
; him to stand staunchly spo- speech aLive
.- During his campaign aid in other benevolences. I confidently said "things would come : --

i I'3 ken convictions. Others say he won because Oak one' in his audience lose Mrs. Carlton is well Informed and .I'out all right"; 'even when tho fightwas ," -'" ,. ,. "
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j because of personal magnetism of and asked "Governor do you mean her home reflects her culture in the I raging most bitterly .
. he is a good orator because ho promptly I
that? "I certainly do mannerly behavior of her children. "If Doyle, is defeated he is yet Undefeated 1
t because
his unflagging determination know of anyone
I because replied. "If you She specialized in music at Stetson ," she said one day .in the HAULING .
"all the world. loves a fighter", better fitted than I, vote"for f .,
{I you consider university her husband's alma mater. home, "for he will have brought truthto oJ (
the people were nick to recognize O
But the man
him by all means She is generally known and very pop- the people. He will have accom-

his honesty or because it was the. replied, :'Then you get my vote." ular in Tampa. *- plished much good and I shan't regret -
JPRIVATE
felt he met the needs of
generally Home stands first in Mr. Carlton's it." Such a faith Is''a winning
times. Perhaps: ony one or all may be CARSHURRYING Daily delivery of freight from the A. C. L. Depot direct
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right. However it is, h6 is our gover HERE
to[ your door. Short or long distance hauling is part of our t'
: FOR BIG EVENT )
I' nor.No man's capabilities can be plumbed I II II I "
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the ,future acts work. Leave your orders at the Clewiston Motor Company ,:
of course, nor can (Continued from page one) {J
of a leader be foretold. But it may be I '.I

assumed that accomplishments hey will be,in with accord the numbers expected was one of the big : '; : : .:' : :; ." ; :... ;. ;i :' :,: We.' are experts in movin-g,. .your household furniture'. \.(t/', .I

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: with past problems to be solved but this too ; ; : r ,." : .. : : : ,: : ;

habits he has established in the better has been worked out so that visitors; ; ';': ,: <:, ,

part of a lifetime and little daily ac will be cared for" at the Clewiston P: 0 U

; tions which bespeak the man best of I Inn the Watanabe hotel the Kettl BILL ALLEN \ .',;

all. tearoom the Sugarbowl cafe and Mc- ,f, : SITUATED WANTEDStenographer ;

:.;. Doyle E. Carlton Is known by thoso Duffy's _restaurant while members of j I:.

most prominent in the varied lines of Aid of the Clew I. ,
the Ladies society .. -
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and in which he is in- desires' local '
business living I Competent 'o'w. -
". iston Community church are planning .. E\\
terested as a good ,Jawjcr, orator, to feed several hundred visitors at .

.. farmer cattleman statesman and cit- the administration building. permanent position. Moderate salary. --., ':".:

'. iaen a man unafraid of hard work ,
the activitiesof '
brilliant tactful and resourceful Programs the day< are outlining being prepared, and !3.est references. Mrs. Small, Clew- FOR INFORMATION ;

I.: These. are some of the qualificationsof :
they
will be distributed to visitors as :
"natural born" leader. iston News ,,' ,\ ; >'. : ,
.. a arrive, and small bags of sugar sou About Florida's New Sugar Bowl it's development ,
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'. His success .as' a lawyer: is attested the first grind will be ; :' ;
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.I i" lost a case in the courts of Tampa' At the mill plans are complete for : \ : > : Y /" :' ,', I I

:. {;:,. f his home city, although there he since has been 1912 the opening and daily wagon loads of j : : 'f riJ.: ::: {) tii:; fJ ; Clewiston l property, development and : '

: a practicing, attorney cane are being hauled to the factory .;,,0. ,; ,: ;. : '
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:J and has had hundreds of clients as for the 'grinding.Apparently opportunities. ,
: a member of the law firm of Mabry
..,!!y.. I nothing has been left l
Reaves & Carlton which he helped I I .
f undone and Clewiston is anxiously .s'fur ;
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cestablish.,: ,His oratorical ability be- looking forward to next ,oMnday Writ Ssda-, ,
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:, in operating a large farm near 26 .piece band, known as Governor : J'. '

;h Wauchula and personally directs its from ; .Edison C.
Carlton's Own is coming AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING S S Speer
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:,': operation.. The herd ot' cattle of Carlton Wauchula for the occasion and this .-:

i ;{ Brothers Inc., in which he is interested band which toured with Governor \ \

" is one of the largest in Carlton during his campaign will' be I Licensed Real Estate Broker ,

Florida. He proved his ability as a on hand to* welcome him when he

S1 statesman when as state senator arrives ,in his private car at the new Let us save you money on repairing your' old : Clewiston, Florida I '"
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from Hillsborough and Pmellas .counties Clewiston passenger station recently ,. ',"-

-- 1917-19 he sponsored many of completed. A seven piece orchestra car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled (1 "

,w: .' the beneficial educational and 'good also from "Wauchulavll furnish mu- 1
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';, roads measures passed by tho legislatures sic for the dance in the evening. workmen and our prices are based on the lowest
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As a citizen he has been honored' Jacksonville attorney: will preside as possible working 'conditions.t .

'., by Tampans when they made him I
,; master ,of ceremonies on the speakers ;
:;', city attorney to serve in the 'years stand and the ceremonies which startat "t' I i! 'ft

'" 192527. He is religiously f inclined and j two 'o'clock will include addresses Machine shop, acetelyn welding, all kinds of ; I '

. until he entered the primary campaign Governor Carlton and B. G. Dahl : :
by :
r' for governor, taught the largo automobile work. ; :'A : : o t: berg, president: of the Southern Sugar : : : : ,

t :: est Sunday school class in Tampa. com'pany. j S ',,SS ',. ;' : > : ; 16
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quiet, ,
Observing the importance' of the i 0 : ,
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'!: he can spare from business duties is stores and business houses will i .' .
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, : : His habits, of life are clean and \ S I : : ,:'

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t" : lasting friendships quickly. Otherwise lturea, totalled 9765.08 while cash on 1 ; : {!

4' his vote in the general election hand and due from banks 'was $140- +++ 1 1 1 i : : ,:: : A :,' : ::: ;

J':"' depending, entirely on the Democrat- 975.12.) + S 1r 1 \.f 'i' ,: <: :
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k:.',:.. fc strength and, his campaign before'I The 'liabilities showed capital stockat 1 ; ;i : r I: : ;

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/; been much smaller. undivided profits 7570.92 and, deposits > :
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ABOUT SUGAR .
As we prize the higher values of life I. '
INAUGURAL ADDRESSOF
Interesting items picked ta ran so shall material things survive and .

dom showing activity in the sugarcane DOYLE CARLTON
prosper. n .
: industry in Florida northern '. -- ;- "\ .c [
Everglades.. AVe are blind until we see
t Industry and effort as an Inescapable i
"rt Condition to the future glory of That in 'the human plan thl 1 e

t the state. By ''the sweat of our. face, Nothing Is worth the making I I .' .16 if .

j I A year of construction work wil officially shall wo build Florida. That doesn't make'tho i man i iv. I I fwi | ;: i)

come to a successful term-! : Man-Power, the Final Test of'aNa. I. \ k i I band! : .
na'tion next Monday when the switch: tion's Strength Why'build those cities glorious i Bcf .
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is thrown officially. starting the, new But, in the last analysis, the "-If man unbullded goes? I i ; toilCj, 'Tr::...:, J' Q

1,500 ton a day sugar mill of the strength of. a state is not all foundin In' ,'afti've build the worlds 4.-; .::. ,'and Ii I'
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Southern, Sugar on its first : Unless the builder grows. >
company. J .' its form of government or economic nooit '' .-
grinding season. .. : '. '" befit?? ,
; resources. Lowell reminds us that When contemplate! the problemsof { .

r I j, __' the value of a nation .is' weighed in'' the present, possibilities of the .. ..1'a stat1 I .r'f
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scales more delicate than ..the balance future, when we find the honor hair. : ?racL.
| For Mr. Dahlberg and his associates :" :'heir
]I of trade, as much as to 'say, that" it ''p'iness and hopes of our people 'involved ? ''.:.1
sponsors of the activity, it will i .
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Is the man-power that gives strength.to I in the issues of this hour, we d .
jje a great day, but for the lowliest I ,
I a- people-that man-power which might 'be tempted to despair. Y'et : W. '
laborer who has seen the mill grow / '
must be developed through our com- there is no distrust of the future The ,_ / n a sincere welcome. the ,
from a strip of concrete foundation I I : .: .
mon schools and institutions of high- vision of our potential greatness is '" I
looking out of place on the Everglades I .: .r *
I I er learning, In the building of physical clear L.. many. guests in Clewiston attemdingthe .
brairieland: to a great three. story "" ,. ,
meutal and spiritual values, the Our strength has been tested by ; i
enter industrial. activity, there ? } : :. formal l ; ','
F in education of our young citizenship) is storm as .well as calm;, by misguided .., f. :. .; : : opening of the ne.ws'1,500.. ,'::1l
will bo a glow of pardonable pride. .. ;:: \ *
t the path to permanent progress. friends and malicious enemies; by : : '
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work well done. ;: : ton day mill of The '
I Proper training is more vital to the abnormal prosperity and abnormal ,: .. a sugar Southernr t '
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visited I I defense of a nation' than armies, forts adversity. We are wiser, and stronger ." '.'. ';, '.'.. .. I. ,'.
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and Implements war. Skip one generation -, by the experience and stand' now 'at / : /

Clewiston, during the course ,of con- in education and our people the dawn of a new day on a new land' ./ .


}high struction! In their of the praise big mill of the have manner been would society lapse. performs iiito servitude.no. function Organized so- -not a a land land of of safe.reckless investment speculationbut ; not ./ ;;:!:: l i ;" :' -' ,.,' : ;;t:) '.

carried \
., .)jn on.which the work( : was being vital to its perpetuity as the educatioa -, a land of dreams where fairies dwell ,; { :: : ; : : J ::,:.y. l 4'rrl.

of the youth who, in a few short but land of where ,
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years, will arbitrate the destines of men work, achieve and build. ; Y. .J- .
Careful attention was paid to de-
the world. ,with millions expended, I I I shall enter my path of duty -c. V
'ai1 in every corner of the great building -
our schools are crowded and facilities I strong In the experience of my official '
; from lining up a'pipe: line to the I
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are inadequate. What shall; the I comrades; inspired by a trust
}Jnstallaton of the giant 42 ton flywheel J
and the installation of the program. be? Shall we.admit some and I in the patriotism of our people; sustained .- L LI

giant mill rolls. close the doors to others1 so, whose I by my faith in the Father of

r son or daughter shall be left .out? Light who presides over the des-. }

\ \ Shall our schools continue-or for .' ): ?.: ., <:. ;. '," '. '. |M. E. KYNETT '
f Nor was this merely the fancy of tinies of states as well as of men. : :ti"i: .p ;i: Manage. ;.

fan over-meticulous construction .su \ -r I :j'Jjt\: ; .> : .. \i I. : >

perintendent. It was primarily essen Much credit is also due to the Beside from; the ,factory and in connection 2' \ : : '

tial. wOl'1\ers-th who 'did with work, in. the fields, progress The ClewIs,
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not hold executive noticeable. on Jiand.:: Inn
positions were every ; ; .
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The wisdom, of this careful attention I nonetheless' responsible for the 'success -% :: J'i .:: ; 6!; t -{;. (,. : .: : ;

to detail was seen in a few weeks ,, .. : .:
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announced.last.Without minute excitement preparations- and but feverish with:. able There gangs"espirit has worked been de corps'evident steadily\' throughout.The a and remark-the. tory.panys I long, lines o'f 75. .tractors new of' cane lands'are wagons. ; !and busy in to in the hauling preparation .,'fac.'" .-. :.':i r .;:.::::");.I\\'\\ ::;;'jf '.;i "'';' ;'2i//:::!: .: ':' .' :.. ;' ,i((: /.. .j1 : / '


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confidence in work well done the few minutes was not a general signalto The 12,000 acre cane planting program .. v / J 10" (' 'f. '" Sr I I .-. "
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'mill cane was. put started, through and to several test the carloadsof effiei :- .lag in to the'sense work the_ but part every he manseemed was. Clewistou is being will pushed officially, and on take Monday its :: -." ,. :'. .. .:+:,'.;',(. /:."::;'- ;, .:.:,:,,:"f'!:::,,,:"', iX:,:": ':' .': .;.;: :.,:"..\.,::::;:'ft,.,,'t.:}.' .,i .1. I ,t.\\ '.'.J.. .":.:'::.. :'.t. .. h'\ ;. ":



1,i i iency.That their expectations--.,,- were more New playing Sugar In making Bowl."possible America's Florida.place as an industrial community, of .. :4 I.S ,11t;?:,. .;':.',.::.::) :: 1'"j-T;; ??:::;:;? :"ff :,j:. .!, :.::\ /.:,.. 1 :.; .' ':. tr "}. .'..::. ., e



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i.i. -1 without Throughout sacrifice the qf work efficiency, economy has I|' :!! riJK SANDY LOAM ,' f ::;" & 1";".t.( REASONS FOR CLEWSNk j. jti ;; .. ; ', ,1- (


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Clewlslon's Pioneer Real Estate Broker \
personnel and
even the smallest tool f Y'b;

leaving the stock room was checkedout .: : : '
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Congratulations to" ,,: ::..;'k' \ drainage problem, and a solid year of construction .

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