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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 18, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
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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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Ii;;I I. Opening>' of New 1,500 Ton Sugar Mill< >in< the Everglades. I GOVERNOR PUllS '



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!,. .....Mr'1O'4 ..r'.. .eyv.M bw"a,, .+'..".'," America ,here last Monday when t
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big 1,500 ton a day factory I of the '

Southern Sugar company on its first "

grinding season.Thousands' .
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"Not sb-much to Pal \t out qur achievements but more to show the people of the state and nation, what can: be done in Florida" was the comment of Bror G. Dahlberg president of the' Southern, Juror List Selected For

Sugar-jo company in,a t:ilk at the formal opening of the new 1,500' ton a day mill here last Monday. prominent- men of ,the,state and nation thought the occasion of sufficient importance to Next Term Of Circuit \

leave their businesses. for the trip, a large, party: ,making the;3,000 mile jaunt from California to be present, while an Flor ida Doyle E. Carlton although busy with the details attendant Court .;.

upon' his ,Assuming: office a week ago as Governor, dropped 'everything to be,pre gent here. Governor' Carlton with his band? (on the railing is seen on- the immediate cleft with: B. G. 1. ,
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,.;' \ T t' commissioners at a meeting in La "'

' ;, Governor: art &n's. CONGRATULATORY PROMINENT CALIFORNIANS' MAKE'. ,FOURTEENREPRESENTED STATES Belle approved ,a Hendry county ex-
At hibit' at the Lee County Fair in Fort
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'iSugar MiluOpening, MESSAGES POURINTOCLEWISTONLeaders 3,000 MilE TR 0 TO WITNESS AT Myers county, government burrowed into and approved finances of a-: '

I list of jurors for circuit court. The, ,

i that Our) its: new first,admiuisiral official function.ion is is glad to I OPEN E DETHE SUGAR Mill BIG! MILL OPENINGLong new next board four years which composed,will serve of.for. W.the L. '. '

recognize' an achieve.r.eu.ffij! : of such vi- I Murray, W. C.. Hooker, ,:: Selden L. .. '

tal significance to the permanent o f State:' And California paid tribute to B'. G. gone far beyond niy expectations. The List Of Notables Stewart, H. L. Delaney and J., L.' .

progress.: of Florida. V/e sSee here the Dahlberg and his 'as associates in tho thousands of acres of waving cane Arrivals At Maddox, met last Saturday, the only ,
t results of the .dreams oI5ta pioneer' Nation High'In Southern Sugar company here last is a sight well worth the trip and the Among business being the appointment of

tb';' work of a state builcHer. Praise of Work I Monday when a group of prominent completed three story factory whereon CelebrationFourteen II. A. Rider as their attorney. ,

Ours, while the oldest G;frt & states in ---- Californians including probably the my last visit there were. just a Details ,of the minutes of the meeting ,
point of settlement, is youngest in From all parts of the- country ,messages best known banker of the coast, William few steel girders piercing. tIle sky states were known, to bo are on file at the Clewiston News c '

,point of development. It ife now and of 'congratulations arrived in H. Crocker, made the 3,000 mile was a revelation. represented at the formal opening of office for public inspection. ; ,

for years will remain, a l ifand| of ad- Clewiston by mail and wire, compli-. trip to be present 4 at the formal open- "The"growth of 'Clewiston proper the mill here last Monday\ while it Those selected as possessing the

venture and a challenge t'. the pioneer menting B. G. Dahlberg and his associates ing of the new 1,500 ton a day sugar has indeed been remarkable, 1 and I is believed that as many more ,states necessary qualfications of jurors wereas

It was to the Spanlar[ ', who came I i in'' the Southern Sugar company mill here. think that the entire project is very were represented by winter visitors follows: .

in search of gold and yc t<.h eternal; on their achievement. Althoughit Mr. Crocker who is president of the sound and very wonderful. in other Florida cities who made the D. B. Allen, C. B. Allen, J. R.'Al

it was to the, Frenchma "e'who proclaimed -]I is impossible to publish all of them, Crocker National bank of San Fran I! Californians in the party were: / trip to Clewiston unannounced. ston, D. G. Alston, Jesse. Allhands' ,.'..'

.;; l it "the faire.t. leasantestViand some of them are as follows: cisco traveled by way of New York Harry Wolch, assistant 'corporation Brock and Schlee, well known world W.: T Bailey, Jis Beardsley, M. W._".' .,

fruitfullest land ii. alTo "ie world." Recognizing you as*the benefactors where he met Mr. Dahlberg and con- counsel of California, William Neil, fliers were among those present as Bigg, 'V. D. Becker, S. R. Connell, A>.: .-.
', Plant and Flaghr, ..: eers of of Florida, accept our hearty congratulations tinued to Florida in the latter's private -. vice president of the George L. Eastman was Glenn Curtis the celebrated av- B. Cherry, Charles A. Darcy, S. H." ,

'' modern travel, it waj, tR ler n 'lecca of and sincere wishes. We rec- car, while 18, other Californians, company, Robert Urban, Southern iator who made the trip here ,from Davis, J. O. French, T. J. Geiger, C. *

J youth in, search of Tlea fi; of. the ognize the opening of your mill at all of them leaders in their respective Sugar company)', Roy Stephens, Brighton on his latest design motor A. Jackson, C. D. Johnson, A. W. ..i'>

r ., :.t.1 iddle-aged. seeking re !ation from 1 I Clewiston as a most important step 'lines chartered a special, car for the I attorney. J. R. Plnkham agriculturist trailer made of celotex. Lawrence, A. G. Lincoln, W. C. Owen,

"f .\\tY )labors; the home those on in the gigantic, program toward the trip. C. C. Albright realtor, E. B. Gilmore Those of prominence and the states E. L. Stewart, R. L. Simpson, J. M. '

\ unset side of life '.. Ito would inral -I I development of Florida's agricultural' Headed by George L. Eastman, oil operator, C. H. McWilliams, from which they came were Florida: Smith, Tom Smith Bob Turner, J. F. ;

Please turn to e 4 ,resources beneficial results of which I president of the Los Angeles cham- real estate, Pere Mason'real, estate, Governor Doyle E. Carlton, Senator Tippey, J. J. Waldron W. 'A. Webb,

will be felt by generations ,yet ,un- ber of commerce, the Californiansafter I R W Pridham, capitalist Dave P. Alfred H. Wagg, West Palm I F. O. R chI lann, B. T. Douglas, Carl
'..4 ; : born. In our position as moulders of a thorough inspection of the Howells, President Western Costume Beach; Bryan Mack, Lakeland- Ledger -' Berner, Charles Christian, M. J.

MRS. HOPKI io die public mind, we recogniz'e" the importance Southern Sugar company plantations companyt Fred Keeler, president ; David Sholtz, Pres. State C of' Bush, J. W. Christie, E. M. Cornette, -

of the work you are doing and mill voted, the trip and openinga Lockheed Air company and President C; '"TV. A. Elliott Times-Union. Jax; F.. A. Dougherty, E. E. Goodno, F.

BUILD MO JtlE HERE 'and take this means of assuring you complete success and were high in: Keeler Oil company, Fred Leonard, J. S.' Mims and E. D. Lambright, W. Hall, O. J. Jackson. B. F. Magill, : ,
: of our whole hearted support and cooperation their praise ,of the work accomplished ,Guarantee Building and Loan com- Tampa Tribune; L. D. Reagin, Sara- H. B. Magill, J. M. Magill J. J. .' ,

j and are gratified it is our here. :pany; H., O. 'Winkler, manufacturer, sota Times; W. S. Cawthon, State Peadro, C. F. Pascher, J. It. Ross,

S t Louis Womi \\n Is impressed privilege to present to a rural audience Mr. Eastman who visited Clewistona Frank Mueller, automobile accessory Supt. Pub. Instruct. Tallahassee; P. Carl Royer, Ed. Pfluge, Bill Andrews,
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of 350,000 :F'loridans.through year ago said that his visit this dealer, }i'. A. Hartwell,publisher Hol- H. Harrison, pres. Jax C of C; R. C. J. H. Booth, Byrd Frazer, H. W. .

WithOf Future our farm and grove section the mean- week was an even greater surprise lywood magazine, J. B. Irsfield, attorney Grassfield, Gen. Mgr. State C of C; Fleming, Perry Hull, Drew Hampton,

r.,; Commu, .ty ing of the tremendous investment you than ho had anticipated and George L. Eastman, Los Hon D. B. :McKay, Mayor Tampa; Samuel Saunooke, J. R. Doty M. A. 'J
-- f.J are making and the importance of the "The work accomplished here dur- Angeles chamber of commerce. D. D. Upchurch, Atlantic Nat. Bank, Pace R. C. Hull, Grover Hill, C. B.

Mrs. Anna M. Hnmtltms visited commercial production of sugar and ing the past year Is wonderful," he Jax; Bayless W. Haynes, Pres. Wil- Hall, Ralph Hendry, J. C. Jackman,
>Clewislon this week nbittendlng the bagasse. Your operations In Florida, said. "When I visited here a''year' agoI son Toomer Fertilizer' "Co., Jax; Ar- R. V. Hedges, E. M. O-Bannon, Frank

mill opening, and was J,jf of the Party Please turn to page 4 felt that Mr. Dahlberg and his as- BOY NAMED FOR CARLTON Please turn to page 5 O'Bannon, A. L. Taylor, T. A. Mar- .,'
Arrival of a ten pound baby boy
on the special trainft2ich formally sociates were taclding'a big proposition kette, E. E. Edwards, W. P. Gregory; ;
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. ;
opened, 'traffic at the Illew Atlantic BANK OF LABELLE iu.the proper way but you have, Geiger on last Monday will give CHRISTIE BUSY WITHDRAINAGE G. M. Hendry, Hugh Hull, .J. P. _
h Coast Line passenger', st.\ftlon> MATTERS Pfaff, C. Blitz Wegman, U. Ayer, R.
REELECTS OFFICERS J
Governor Doyle E. Carlton, something
':' Mrs. Hopkins is the n|!\05t, progressive : $20,000 FIRE HERE: M. Burchard, G. H. Burchard, 'W. E.
? in addition to the mill celebration by
of the property owncra8 in Clew-' Stockholders of the Bank of La Fire which is said to have been LaBelle, Jan. 17.-According to Dyess, J. W. Walker, N. G. Campbell, .
which to remember Clowiston. The
: "., istou, ,, having erected :theS Hopkins Belle held: their annual, meeting started by aft exploding oil stove late word received this-week from J. W. J. H. Dyess, J. R Burnett, R. E.
had arrived in town a few
governor
block on Sugarland hlghwsf17 last fall. Monday, and reelected all officersand Thursday afternoon, destroyed the Christie who is in Washington; D. Burchard, 'Frank Dana, G. W. Hisler, '.
minutes before the born-
baby was
This building is compl teJJy! occuPIedand directors for the year 1929. negro barracks' building in the old C., In the Interests of drainage and W. C. Richards, R, C. Skaggs, L. D.
hence )tie is named Doyle CarltonGeiger.
there are numerous tJPPHcations President J. W. Christie was con quarters east of tho Industrial canal. control of the Caloosahatchee, river Baldwin W. J. Conrod, James Dana,
Dr. J. C. Knowling was In at .
with her agent, Mr. SpeeP" for more tinued In office as president for the The 'fire was well under way before and Lake Okeechobee, he will C. F. Roan, W. H. Whidden, :Alto '' .

, .-, '< space. She is planning t t0( erectionof next year, with, J. H. Fears of Fort the alarm was given but the volun- tendance. J remain there until Jan. 25. Hires, Walter McNally J. F. Haskew,

; of a warehouse, and someapartmentshere Myers vice president. A. L. Taylorwas teer fire department under Chief ;W.C. Mr. Christie has been active in E. B. Fortson, Frank P., GIbbs, L. C.

/:,/ to meet the demandf of business> reelected cashier. DIrectors of Owen succeeded iu saving a small 'RIDER REAPPOINTED I I drainage work and has worked fora Sumner, Homer Taylor, L. L. Fitz- .

I' ._ti expansion. and housing v hich are so the bank are Barron Collier, chair adjoining building and a motor boat All of the many friends of County. cross state waterway from the hugh, S. M. Grainger B. A. Thomas,
j 1'1"\ i t jat at this time. f man of the board, Mr. J. W. Chris which was on the ways near the Attorney H. A. Rider will be pleasedto gulf to the ocean for years. He, hasa J. B. Thomas, J. T. Warnock, A. G.
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, J "OiS just an idea, Mrj rHopkins be- Hull. F. Irving Holmes of Fort My property loss? was'' estimated at $20- county attorney by tho board of coun- situation and much good Is expected Perry, L. N. Thomas, E. B. Hull and ,',
Please; turn to 'g1 ge 8't ers, and R. J. 'Moon.p 000. ty commissioners.r t J from his visit to Washington. S. S. Carraway. r,
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PAGE TWO CLEW1STON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1929 '!

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The Clewiston News Ed Lambright of the Tampa Tribune was among the prominent guests black tie of his dinner clothes mightso We never can be anything to each, :

Successor to The Clewiston Progress here Monday Is Interested in this section. We suggest that this well in- be termed he seemed vastly other. I'm nothing but a failure in. '

changed. The Joy of life had gone out life-my ,dream has collapsed. My ,\
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formed man drop down to Clewiston for an entertaining and enlightening
Entered as second-class matter February 8, 192S, at the post office of his eyes, and in his forehead and wonderful factory scheme has failed- \ f _,

at Clewiston F.la. under the Act of March 3, 1879. weekend In the. near future. I his mouth were unfamiliar lines of I. can't ask you-ask any woman to :,

worry and distress., I marry .me. I don't know how even. '4 u

LOUIS A. MORGAN . . . Publisher. r ', / I '' earn a\ living-r couldn't support a \,
Creator of Moon Mulllns 1 in Tampa. With 'Chief'Logan's' clean-up about .)'m glad my father lived long I

enough," he said "to undo some of wife. ,;
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TOM SMITH I, , ,' Editor. the. only place m'oon 'will shine is in the strip In the Tribune.. ,f the evil he had done.' "But' your father's money" said JIl I
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Subscription Rates 1 : "How can I ever thank you for Carol,. puzzled; "1 thought he left everything r. ':

,P.. H. A. says that In the clays of old when .Knights :were bold., they 'had: what you did?" said Carol. "But, to you." .'jf I'
By mail in Florida '
By mail outside of Florida I t
"Do you think I'd touch a penny ,
Alan, addressedhim
unconsciously she .
to undress with a monkey wrench. ,
One year $2.50 One year $2.00 \ ,: of that?" he cried fiercely. "Those '
.- by his first name, "thercs some- / 1\
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 bloodstained
thing I must ,tell :you-and ask you millions are crlnl .talnted, _

Three months 1.25; Three months f. .75 Big s tung ,oil ,mill in i Alachua county. Sounds like a school. of public ,speak- to forgive me, if you can." heaped up on the corpses...-r- l/: '

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NEWS' PLATFORM i ing.;";for, politicians. ; "Forgive you?" he. cried amazedly. other men's failures, built up by evil

1. Definite control ot Lake Okeechobee- with water transportation. "What do you mean? How .can you, deeds such as' he planned against
f 04 father. t

2. Early completion of the highways ,for local transportation and Now they claim that. ,. garlic is good."for the flu.. We're, not .quite sure ever"I-forgive forgive me'you?" your"But what will you doYou can't

concentration of products. \
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which we'd rather have. l "Yes he said "It give the money back. What I will you
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3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables ,, 'I ., ",
:" father who for all do about it?
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oilier( of this region to the northern markets. < : -: '. ." .:'' V.; 5 ....
products ,. '
; ..:' 1 ,. ; your sh.amo and suffering, for you "I don't ,know," said :Mason miser- ,. ;
4. The fin functioning of a cooperative marketing association for Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins back In to\\'n. Maybe .another big building.. .'.k .. butI 'I
and
,' ,. fathers trial, for all you endured." ably. "I've thought thought,
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both buying and selling purposes. r' \
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can see no way out. Oh Carol, Carol
., "But you didn't do it, she protested. I
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,:, -' A few 'years ago Clewiston was. unk own.. This. week. 24 prominent Californians "You did everything you could:to I've tried so .hard to come ,to you
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.'..... ,-: left -their businesses and made a 3,000. mile trip.. here to' see. what I prevent it.: It was your .money, the with clean hands. I tried in every

c-\ j f' ( money from your factory, that pro- way I knew to' keep my father from
it is all about. if.< ; I
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c' vided bail for him. Oh, Alan, that was wronging yours.) And. I failed-' fail-
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so of you to do. I only

I Formal opening of the new 1,500 ton a day sugar mill of the Southern e> learned of it recently. And all the He bowed his head' on ,his hands,

, Sugar company here last Monday, ,which was. by far ,the.. biggest day in Clew.. r.: :Aui.Accidental l Accomplice time you were doing these things form I and she could see the great tears he .'.

"r were sacrificing everything to i was trying lo .suppress stealing down
. iston history was a great success :from every standpoint. Prominent men ," she
had
\ help the, were fighting bravely for his cheeks.: Never before

: from as far as California were' present in addition to the leading men of BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON associates had come flocking I back I me and'my father, I doubted you and i seen a strong man..weep' and it be- \
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Copyright 1923, Doubeday Doran & .!th new professions of friendship wildered her, made her want to run ..
i' Florida and all of them were equally',interested in the activity here. distrusted you. ..1\-
r Company and support.' :. "YonUstrusted' me?" he echoed to him i and lake/ifs head;! ih her arms.. !

l.. In the morning trips were made to .the fields where tractors and caner I Prosper Strong's death, too, had I unbelievingly. "I'dont understand." to kiss and comfort him. '

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;; cutters were, seen at work:, while,the roads bordered with waving fields'of But Carol, sitting there between ,made a big difference in Joann How- ,"You see," faltered Carol, "the first And yet-. J
them, made no comment. She was land Dare's
receptionWith ,
Strong'swrath
., sugar cane were irrefu't ble arguments of what, can be done in the Ever- thinking 'not 'of the great financierwho ., evening of the trial I happened to .
no longer to be dreaded with
t{, \ Continued next week
se t coming out of father'shouse "
glades. lay dead, nor of the evil he had an undercurrent of it you your .
gossip that .
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millions
The visitors,.judging from comments heard during the day saw and fully done; nor of the he had left. was he vho had been responsible;; for and I knew you couldn't be a' work
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From St. Louis report
Her thoughts were all of Prosper Dare's plight, the banker's return to comes
and the keen i interest was perhaps best shown,later. I man, and I didn't know what to
appreciated these things,. Strong's' son, the young man left the financial district took on almost that an aviator by the name of Mo- '

in the afternoon at the factory when the Southern Sugar company had ,prepared alone with memories, wretched memories the semblance of a triumph. Wall think:: Then. when the district attorney rony was killed when the propeller _

x of a father whom he could nei- 'told all those things about meI ,- of his plane hit his head. Emil Fu'senoted
some 3,000 small glassine bags of sugar lor the visiting guests. Within Street dearly lovesVa winner.So .
began to that
i, ther love, honor nor trust. -- busy her father wis, with' meet suspect you were sculptor In a report from New

a few hours ,but a handful of these souvenirs remained, and it is very probable Her whole heart went out to him working for Prosper Strong,. that :you York committed suicide. The senate I
I ings, with conferences, with
appointments .
4 h that thousands of tiny bags of Clewiston are 'now traveling through the in pity and compassion. What a Carol had found herself must be a spy! / I Washington Is still deadlockedover

splendid, noble, wonderful fellow he "Oh, gill; !" he groaned "how could the Kellogg treaty. J .,
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as much alone and, if .
r various of the country. ; any
mails to parts
think that of ? Didn't
you :: me you .
r was! As she though of the great sac- thing, even more lonely than when S ;.
' There \were many things about the celebration which bespoke the importance rifice he had made for her, withdrawing 1:110hadn't: you guessed that I I
he was in prison! LOST-Pair Horn [(Rimmed Glasses
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you, you more
r. of the work here: not only to Florida but to the) entire country, for all his money from his cherished But, at any rate Alan had come! life itself?" in leather case i In Clewiston Mon- i I

factory to provide bail for her father, .
services represented in addition When he entered, there was con- day. Finder leave at Clewiston:
::;' two prominent moving pictures news, were "You never said so. 'f
i and never even telling, her about it, .
straint in the manner of both ,of News and receive reward of $5.-
"' to three of the most prominent newspaper news services; and papers from va- she contritely recalled her distrust of "How could I? I shouldn't have ,
them as they greeted each other. Be N. C. STORY. 1
shouldn't ,
said it ndw-I have let myself -
rious parts of ,the state and country and sugar magazines had correspondents him. Shamefacedly she rememberedall tween them there seemed to have ?
the doubts of him that had pois- come here tonight., ,
' and staff men present. come, without their knowledg or Carol's face had flushed in excited / :
1.- oned her mind against him. HI.JONES ''
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choosing, some strange sort of in-
:,;, Undoubtedly the man who m de'the greatest impression on the thousands What a.base ungrateful girl she an. pleasure as he had ''spoken, and she DENTIST ',:'
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to but his last words
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Yt' The first moment she saw
very following dates:
the' awakening of the Everglades. as for the straightforward manner in Carol, as she voiced the anxiety to her heart. What did ?
J him, she must' confess it all to him. tional expressions of s convcn-I Jan. 7 891011228293031

t ; which he. called the attention of Florida to its, duty. I He would despise her. How could, he studying her caller. he mean? Feb. 1-2-18-1 p-20-21-22-23 '
Though
I "I don't understand? It's useless
t,': Without the embellishments of oratory. Mr. Dahlberg who is the finest 'help doing so? She would tell him, no emblem of mourning, unless the Mar. 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23 i
,, hopeless, for me to be loving you r
: > and ask him to forgive her but I Ir'

., ..,:.. I example of success r in America today, told the visitors simply..and ,very effectively could he-would he? The wrong she \, .,. -Is--. '. ; ( '- .....--- ifl i\

:/- his thoughs on the state. With becoming >modesty he glossed over had done ]him loomed up alarmingly, --- '
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;': his wonderful achievement, here chacterizing, merely. as sJiowiug: what can filling her with. b terness. I )) \,1 -4 } H

How strange life wasl. Always itj J \ ,I
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be done in Florida. ,
1 kept presenting itself in new aspects, \ fIi\ .?'

.,' Too often the (principal speaker at such occasions actually; spouts encomiums dismaying aspects. A week ago, her I :

\ for a long period of time and when he has finished there is really one thought had been getting her father ; :" : j
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cleared. She had felt that if > :: ::, .; : ;! \ ,, .' 4 \ .< ;; ;::, ; ;
:; little that can be accepted as worth, while advice. Not so with Mr. Dahlberg's ; : \
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talk-for it was a-hea.it to heart talk and not a flowery speech. forever removed, she would be happy .. ..." ;-- \ '
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How accurate ]he ,was when he said that the'people of Florida since the i I -supremely happy. Her father was : ; ; ; ':' : ,,: :' : ;;3 ,:> ;: I "

free entirely vindicate, and she was ." 1
of the boom have been sitting in licking,their wounds. How :
collapse a corner : :
more unhappy than ever. .\::\ : < ;i

sound his .advice for\ the people of Florida to get to work. Mr. Dahlberg Never, never could she be .happy i ,, ,/\ : t .

sounded a note of advice here last Monday that could well be taken up by again, she realized, until she had .'... :, : 'of"I. ," ''.;'\. ", .., '" :
seen Alan and had, confessed, to ,him I ,*".; :,} .\ Sixty-four Pages : < : ': : :',.:,-.l

'.. the newspapers of the state and driven home to the people of Florida, and' I her base ingratitude and doubt. Hap- .f(:" '.:,, ,,-, ,' '" ,: ".. ;, t"i'"r\ \
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. the important thing is that he was not talking of what might be done; he piness for her could only come when ,,: .I">:,, True. Facts ,Concerning The Operations .. : ,, ..1 :\

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Alan her when he took her .
7': was making those statements after having proven successfully that it can forgave ... .'' \ '.
in his arms and told her, he loved .(> f:., ::, ,
of the
: be done. i, f
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.)' The past year of prosperity in Clewi'st n proves conclusively that his Doris was, right, she admitted to ''..:.. \-.. ,:, :'
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herself She loved Alan Mason :
;( .- ideas are sound, so for the ,next year and the year after and the one after now. I }; f
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;. that why not let Florida's slogan be: \< But suppose r he didn't.love. : her, ,:t\ :; SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY & CLEWISTW\ \: (! 1 \ r

: I "Let us quit licking our wounds and get to work!" Suppose he couldn't forgive her disbelief ., :,;v 1 ) :
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of him. That would be terrible, \.e' 'n
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" THE GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS. But Alan must love her, she triedto I .. ;
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; Governor. Carltou manifests a disposition to remember the men who reassure herself. Although he never -' I ';'.. ;: i_,.' ,\1. :ri\\

, had told her so, never had whis- I .. : *> \ :;1 \.
.1'" worked actively as a part of his campaign organization in the appointments. : 1 I
pered a word of love to her, never I .
.Told with, many pictures showing the actual l developm
thus far made. Robert W. Bently, appointed' to the State Road Department had ''wooed her, yet why, she asked I ,, enlt

':-:: and who will succeed Fons Hathaway as Chairman, was the manager of the herself, I had he ..done all that he had on the shores of Lake Okeechobee,' Flo71da. '

done for her, unless he loved her? : !
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'tit, Carlton campaign; Mallie:; Martin, the new Executive Secretary, and W. A.r < : .. ; I
.. She must see him-soon-at once ..., ,. ,
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,'. Shands, the ,other appointee to the, Road Department were practically 24- Chapter Thlrty-Siven ...;' ,', ,.'; "" '' t Ij "i 4

PHANTOM BARRIERS ,', .>:: .: .. ..' I I
' hour-a-day .men in the campaign work. One other well-known Floridian"qualifies I ,
,.. ; ..... At last, opposite her in her sitting- <: ., .
; in this particular-Jerome R McLeod, who handled the Carlton pub- l':; ; PRICE 50C POSTAGE PAID ;
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'x loom, sat Alan Mason Strong.A .. .. ,

t. licity. We hope for Mr. McLeod some substantial recognition. week, a long,.weary week, had ,.J ".. \ j
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,t. But the activities of these appointees in support of the Governor when elapsed after his father's funerala ,/ .)

wretched week: for Carol-and still "' Send order now Only a few copies left. '
' >. he was a candidate for the nomination do not in the least deract from their : ; : money :" .
., he had made no effort. to see her. ; ; Ii

\. fitness for the positions to which they have been called. Wwe are particu- In desperation she had written him, '(: ,
W: : :

;,' larly gratified in the selection of Mr. Bentley, whom we have known for more telling him that he must come, that ; : .: '': '
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Jie must let her thank him in person .. .. .. .,. :t' ;. ....' ,
t. :years that we care to confess, lest the,suspicion of advanced age may at- I.r J. V .I.I5
for all 'Ius.go.od. services. "

tach to both of us. We like this appointment, in part, because it is the first After her note had been mailed she / -_ '

really substantial recognition of a lifelong newspaper man vouchsafed by had been in a frenzy of anxiety. WhatIf ,\ CLEWISTON NEWS OFFICE ;, 'E : Ir I- "

he did not come? If only she badsome I
any recent Governor; although Governors, it has been said, and ,with much : ,
one to advise her She had had '

truth, are made by newspaper men. "Bob" Bentley worked for years on the no opportunity of telling{ her father : : ?

newspapers of Tampa before he became is about wilting the note to Alan. Day ;r/r:3/
a publisher in his own right. II '
: and night ever since his release from, : : : : : ;: 'ft: "r !

r of tho type that sticks doggedly and determinedly' lo. the, task in hand 'and prison, Mr. Dare had been busy with : : (, :;" ; >: :; L: :. ; ,'.. ,;; ': "

refuses to recognize that four-letter word which Bulwer declared ,to be missing plans to rehabilitate himself in the: 7' ; ,

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:: from the "bright lexicon financial world working also to recover ': '
of youth. He is 'scrupulously, honest and in- ;

tensely loyal; and although the Floridian not know it. he has from the wreck as much of :" : "I' ; \; : ;; : ,: ,: rr
average ,
may
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his fortune j\jh: :
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an intimate of the :
state
grasp road-building, situation.-Tampa Tribune. His innocence established beyond''" : : : 1
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i all question by the circumstances of I, ,. .I .' < "! ." ':17 .T '-. .. jJ
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Florida is now definitely in the sugar producing column! That's something his pardon, which was further forti > 'l) II "

I to write home about. ;:' .: fled by carefully worded 8tat mentIssued' .

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FRIDAY JANUARY is, 1929 Page Three
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Roberts, F. M. Connor, and T. H. '1 '

tj"'t BY THE WA HAKE; Southwell. I 1

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VOU N THAT- Paris Generallisimo, Jan. 14.-Marshall during the Foch World Allied .6'. ..' .. _

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:: Indinapolis Many Fort Slyers citizens motoredto ,
Hewitt of \
D. -
Mrs. Anna
...: doctors. ; -
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1' tack and had .
Incl., was honored last .Thursdaj' ClewJston to- attend the formal --- I

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Mrs
when
: 0 at:an elaborate luncheon opening of, the huge sugar mill. .. .. I
.' M. E Kynett and Mrs G. W. Gordonf ] Those who registered at the-chamber San Diego, Jan.-The'' "Question J

I entertained in,; her honor at a luncheon of commerce for the opening were; Mark is to make a non stop trans- .

at the Clewiston Inn. Milton Jacobs: Mr. and Mis. Thee- continental flight refueling in the ., / / '., [

Luncheon was. served at small, tales garteu 'V. II. Reynolds, George E. air. -
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_ T.\,. ..' t placed on the Inn porch, and folijingthe Hosmer, Henry Silvcrfriend, W. P. ,
was plat' Announcing TKe New !
'- luncheon bridge J.
; Franklin, J. S. Gillentine. Harry Washington, Jan. 14.-A new ordi-
< ed. Those not playing bridge weie Wood, J.. B Parker, Capt. J. Fred nance has been passed by the gov- r.
entertained with a song contest I II in L. Clat-
1 Menge. E. H. Clatty, George ernment whereby aviators going to
.t I --:.' which Mrs. Storey, Mrs. Jesse All- ty. Mr. and: Mrs. A.1ofl an Smith foreign countries must not take off ,. '"

: hands and Mrs. P.. G. Bishop tied for and ,their daughter. Miss Genevieve, until they announce what field theyex1)ect r : -

the best score.: W. W. Gibson, J. Bryan Jennings, I to land in. : : FARAD RADIO

;.' Guests were Mesdames Anna D. Mrs. B. O. Kelso, Mrs. J. H. Fuller- '. ,..',.
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t- Hewitt, C. L. Downs, .Dick C. Miller, ton, Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Strayhom, '.:'., i'. ...
T. V. Watson M. W. Bigg, Franc Fred Fisher, J. H. Ragsdale, Miss Miami, Jan. 14.-The Dirigible Los ''; :, : .- \

': Upward, W. C. Hanson, P. G. Bishop, Alice M. Dowd, Miss Luella D. Smith, Angeles sailed over Miami this morn- .", t,r. .'- ... I S, "

F. Deane Duff, R. Y. Patterson, W. S. Mr. and Mis. W. ,Stanley Hanson, ing and then the east coast and will j ..:': ',::> ,; .. .... ... \ j

Han el, P. A. Poche, O. L. Jeffries, .Mr.. and Mrs. Claude Ogilvie, F. G probably omit Jacksonville. ,r: :.':".' ':" Beautiful sets. Prices ranging from ,
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M. Baker, E. C. Speer, Tom Smith, Bill ', .::'.; ',',

,. -" <_. Harris, E. L. Stewart, F.' L. Williamson ,, I : ';f"---:::', ", $19.50 .up .

:. ."W. C. Owen, C. A. Jackson, L. i "

,r' .r. :A. Morgan, Albert Backus, G. B. :..1,< ;:,' .r. ,.. I. '< ".. ". '. 7.'.. ,,: >: ,.

Rackstraw, J. O. French, R. L. Sims .To be sold TWO YEAR GUARANTEE with ; .
on a ;
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'' : son, Al G. Lincoln, W. D. Cole, Jesse Alston : .:,:'\:>, -':'_: ': ,.: f,+:\:,),; : ..:. ,!:. :..: .:::.::' ': 'o: ,:,1,,:; ; o:..:;: : : .:...: a
Dave "
Allhands, J. W. Troeger, "

IL LS Julius Alston, W.' T. Bailey, H. .h,,: ; .
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.j'I > SIX MONTHS PAYMENT PLAN '
T f L. McDonald, F. L. Tatom. Bert i ,; ;
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Tubbs, Mrs. Storey, W. C. Hooker, '! \
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: -1.; '" Walter Whitten, ",v. G. Ames, J. E.\ ;. : : ;

.o ;."f.,: 'if Beardsley, 11issIarian Leydig.Mr. "" ,

,''.;'::"" -' .,h" ;5-,',,. ;.1".1"L" ; ;: ;: ,,:i;:<. ,'. Come f in for a demonstration and see this radio with the
f" ,
and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw :, ,
Palm Beach last ." 'J- "' wonderful proposition we have .to offer you. ,
spent a day in West I ; : ;
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.,.;,;.',1} '. week. They are furnishing their new ) ": ,.'...','i'. 'f Special '. : >. '.o.:'''..'..:..:" .,., I (.., '. :

.../l<' home, on Crescent drive. ; : \' t
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;- ,::'.j ,., ..' ><" '., v: ." ', ;> ;:: 1 :j:i;.:;<; ?:: ; 0/ :: ;>, ;; ,i ;" "t1; ::' : ': :
DINNER ;
f-, '; ': \': Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Troeger Anna', Mrs D. ;:: FRIED I CHICKEN. '.:, > : : > ::' ( ,', ,I: :" .: ;: '

">.,:.''J ,'It.:!;J .G. W. Gordon and Mrs. : ." "
,,;.?!;ti'4a.[ '. Hewitt will leave Monday on a ten .; r : ,Y "' '
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.. ,l'J day trip to Miami and Palm Beach. ;:0' ......1' Sunday Jan. 20 ';/>'' ,[" ALSTON DRUG Ca .
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/ll' ;. Casey Jones and Miss ''Boncille ; ;{ < :, ''- i ,. ,
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Stone motored to Fort Myers last r I.: :>!.. '". 75 Cents :J ./ '. ,! .,.: '* ..'
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;.{'V s};!\,;'f.':.;' :'.:. Saturday.Mr. and 1lrs.-. W. ,Dewey Becker : ; ?/:: ; ;: I: ; ;:.' : ': ; ; ;;,< :' :' ; '. 0 : 1 "

) t at r 'i'{ : -l' ; \ : *;: .. .,. :::1-
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'.r. ,?::"Jr.11:':::: ".: ': dinner Clewiston guests Inn.of T. A. Burt- at the : : ,?,'t ; :, : ? r ,> :;7fr ,'," ,. ; : .\;: "

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/1 ','>/, .. Mr.Sand Mrs. E. C. Cole and son
,",:/' J :'. luncheon guests of Mr. -
.. David were Dick Wat- ', .:';1 :' _' : o;' ':': ,! ,:. ,';''. ..;: ": '/: 11
and Mrs. C. Miller at the ; t : 7" : ; ; :: ( : 'J

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anabe hotel Tuesday.Mr. .
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',! moved into the Harvel home on
,', Crescentdrive.. .

-- The Watanabe HotelMRS. l ,
and Mrs. M. W. Bigg entertained '. : f. -"
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and .
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cole ',1."", '.....1." \

son David at dinner in the Kettl I .;'. :., .. .' ':" ,1Y J ;>!!......;.. ,
CLAUDE pOWNS, Manager. .
r' tearoom Tuesday ,.evening. : ,' '. -" '.' 'f...;:" \

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Frank 0. Richmann! attended an : -, ; ,> '
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interesting convention of Florida .i Qke :.: .
radio dealers in Tampa last week. :
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Chevrolet
: Outstanding
J. B. Briggs Lake Wales realtor t
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while in town to witness the opening ., .

". of the new sugar mill called on E. .' .1':. ., i of Chevrolet History .'-
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W. McCully local real estate man. .t.. I '

d a Six in the price ranqe the four I .
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:: .W.: J. Smith of Lake Wales was \ r /j'1.

in Clewiston Monday. '


;:',"..,0" Dave Alston -of Alston Drug com ,., \1. : Automobile : t.t: .:. I represents 4 years of Development S

pany has taken over the agency for ... .. . I.
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Farad radios and is giving demon :; ,' -

strations at his store. Six months toG : .,/' :".i//' and over a Million miles of TestingYears

pay and a two year guarantee are Repairing ,

some of the inducements offered, het : .
ago, the Chevrolet Day and night, through order of well-balanced excellence
t ( -, said. Motor Company designed winter's cold and sum -a. combination ,

and built its first experimental mer's heat, the incessant of performance, comfort,
J Editor Freeman' of the Avon Park *cylindermotor. testing went on-until the beauty and handling ease

Sun was a caller at the Clewiston This far-sighted step was present motor was developed that is truly remarkable

News Monday. taken because Chevrolet and finally prowith a fuel-economy of '

( engineers knew that the nounced"correct.. better than 20 miles to the

Mrs. T. A. Burt and Mrs. Frank Let us save you money on repairing your car. six-cylinder motor is inherently At the same time other gallon of gasoline. :;

Wright of Urbana, 111., are expected the most perfectly
Chevrolet
Our work is guaranteed labor skilled engineers You owe it to yourself to
to arrive in. Clewiston this week. our balanced motor theideal were perfecting other See and inspect this remarkable .

power plant to meet parts of'the chassis. And Come in
workmen and based the low- car.
our prices are on the growing public de
" William. G. Ames spent a day in another great automotive today! .
Canal Point this week.. mand for greater reserve organization-the, Fisher
: est possible working conditions. S power, faster getaway Body Corporation-was

and, above all-smooth,
@. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel who devoting its gigantic re- $
The
quiet performance. "
sources to the creation of 595
confined to their home with an
were Acetelyn welding and -all kinds of automobile COACH
the finest, sturdiest and
attack of the flu are now recovering During the last four years,

.. Mr., Harvel having returned to over a hundred six-cylin most beautiful bodies ever The Roadtter.....'525
work. offered on a low-priced
der motors were built by The '
his seed business in the Hopkins
Chevrolet engineers and automobile. Phaeton....... 525
block. The
#' tested on the General As a result;,the Outstand. Coup......'..595
After Jan. 15' experienced mechanic Motors Ground. Chevrolet offers The s
an on I I Proving ing an 675I
Mr. Shelley of the Clewiston com- Sedan.........

pany has moved into the home of -_ The Sport ....$. 6 95 '
Model A. Fords will be at our shop. A factory i Cabnolet.
Rackstraw
Mr. and Mrs G. B. on The Convert'
ioMS l.aDJ.aa ...$725
Crescent diive. trained will then 'be able to service ll SeJan *
t man anew ., Deli.eiy...... J CQCl iJ
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i A. L. Crow is interested in farming } Light Delivery.*AQQf545
model Fords at the pant
east of here and on three tracts between i Ton '
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here and Ritta is putting in; _
.rk 1S I
ri! ,;, 1 I hcib..l650
-, some 35 acres of beans and 4 acres wi

potatoes. 1 All rica /.0.b..Fl at.
MicJricCLEWISTON -
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Mrs. G. W.' R. McConnachie, and. ,

the Misses Frances Tippey, Glarys t A ti

s:' \:, Knowling and Jerry Jeffries gave Motor Co. '
Murray
away thousands of samples of Clew- :

iston made sugar to guests' visiting I
,
I the new sugar factory last Monday.
-- Clewiston Florida MOTOR COMP ANY.. '

f !, I .., Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hodges, and .

Jf\ ''Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson both of Ford Service Ford Parts.
\f''W' Genuine
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Station QUALIFY AT L.CL5V ,CXST: ,
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PAGE FOUR __ CLEWISTON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1929 I
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FULL itAi OF I "Among Those Present" pleasure of' hearing people thoroughly GOVERNOR, CARLTON'SCOMPLETE ; {

I competent to pass judgment upon ,
.. ADDRESS A?
your Industry Indicating that in their

\YJELCOMEADDRESS judgment you have demonstrated the SUGAR-MILL OPEN 17yc I" :

.practicability of cane growing and '
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4. the sugar industry in the Everglades.As Continued: from page 1):1 !

BY J. L. DOGGETT one familiar with the cattle 'industry '
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I have been commissioned by the am inclined to believe that the:* crease the happiness and length!'a, ,

committee to open wide the doors i success attained will also prove to days of their declining years. It h '

I to this, the home of the Southern I bo of benefit to' our stockmen in util- however, become: more than a land 5.'l'l i

Sugar company,. and extend to you 1zin' certain portions of the In''
:: I ; cane for: the tourist or visitor. : !
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a warm and hospitable welcome herein Ii .tel ding and at least in proving that To' Warficld, Collier, Hesksle"- n. !

which I wholeheartedly and fei-age crops'of the same nature can !
; land
, ners, Dahlberg, it is, a of'i i

.. cheerfully do. I be successfully grown in Florida and ment and challenge to the j ; e

As I now look out o"er'thls large j used to advantage. Permit me to ex- builder, who with the touch of human -

concourse of people and observe all press. my appreciation of your efforts genius and enterprise would

around me beautiful homes, modern and wish vvou continued. success." translate these generous gifts' of nature -

places of business, paved streets, and, L. M. Rhodes,, rI' into the happiness and. prosper.

.. i in the distance one of America's i iy fte .
r., ; -L 1 State Marketing Commissioner, ( ity of the race. I
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large sugar mills surrounded by thousands ?
I Jacksonville. That: conception marks the da,,>u ,
of acres of the most tisonderful -
of a new d'ay for Florida, when h
be'el r
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have watching with a great
America has over be- I
: sugar-cane
leaders are inspired by the zeal to
," J deal of interest and pleasure the developments
t fore seen, I cannot but imagine that i
create rather find to
; than to ; produce
Aladdin with his wonderful y of the Southern' Sugar
surely some
V ; rather than to acquire; to build rather -
\' lamp must have paid us a fortunate Company.. I note that :you are .beglnI '
; than to possess. In. other words,
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r visit. For, let me say, that ning the. operation of sugar mills at
we have passed from the day of sales
four I erode In'an automobile I Clewiston..on January 14. This means
I(:: years ago manship and :speculation into an era
much to Florida they utilization of
:' fiom Moorehaveu to Clewiston,
of production. .
large areas of land, the employmentof v
-
a goodly portion.,of the way splash-
'- ? Ponce de Leon and his type served
1 ,' ;' water, and as far as the : many people, substantial'addition "
ing through
could reach from this point-even ..ji1; :; ; )L :{ ,2ij1i; to the state's inco; e'. I congratulateyou I their day in an effort to discover

'. eye ._.Q ..... '.. .....__..... .............,.m ..__..... .....:.?._._:__,........a..___.<___u._ __ _._.........._...__ _______._..n.-:, the have what nature already had produced.
on progress you made '
to the horizon-east, south, west-
x' Mr. Dalilberg and his type serve their
. there was 'water at least two feet the! general excitement Monday morning they had sllpoed.: off to the Administration: building unnoticed, for a I the success which you have achieved. .
day by linking their genius with the tj
'
: over all the earth, with"all kinds of little talk on Clewiston and sugar cane, but when they came out a 'battery: of cameras were lined up to catch some I so far, and wish you continued suc-
,
cc'ss'and forces of nature_ ;and producing that
growth of weeds, saw grass, and custard of most important personages at the formal mill opening. They are left to' right 'Captain F. Deane. Duff, .general prosperity in this very' important 'which'dId not exist beforl.. The for,

r: : apple common to these then I. manager of the Clewiston company, Henry Vance of New York City, P. G. Bishop, operating vies presidentof and worthy enturprse. mer discovered where Florida wtas .

wild, uncultivated glades., And, in order the Southern Sugar company, Jules M. Burguieres, ,executive vice president of the same company, Hon. DoyleE. Elliott W. Butts
f to be, the latter what, in part, !-t.P Aj
&I.}: to Impress upon me the greats Carlton, Governor of Florida, B. G. Dahlberg president of the Southern Sugar company and the Celotex Company Manager Jacksonville Chamber of to become. "f{jf

fertility of the soil, would occasion- William H. Crocker,' president of the Crocker National Bank of San Francisco, and J. B. Landfield of New Commerce. It was ,a fortunate day :or Florida,

:. ally point out an extra large careless York City. j "Please let me on behalf of the officers I some forty years 'ago, when a"' lad

weed which seemed to me_ would
---- -- --- -------- -- ----- -- n. of the chamber of
commerce from the l land of Sweden embarked \

I':'' easily admit of a man climbing ,u Pin and explosives, for the destruction of the people of, Florida that the time I I CONGRATULATORY and myself, congratulate you on the for America and finally established I

:'. .... ; its branches, and, which was only human' life. Protection from the waters has arrived when', the settlement of '. MESSAGES\ POUR wonderful work you and your com- in Florida with the vision of a, great

the growth' of several months and of-; Lake Okeechobee to preserve this problem should be regarded as INTO CLEWISTON pany are doing toward the develop- Industry. His, associates said he was '

which' as we know, will die down, life, and, 'at the same time,' protect one of the economic and the great ", ment of Florida and at the same time a dreamer but we are reminded that '

,r.r every year and thus contribute each these hundreds of thousands of black hfe-piotecting necessity of this. state., (Continued I, from page 1). assure you of the cooperation of this Joseph of biblical fame, 'was also t

year to ,the further enrichment of acres of diamonds, from whose bosom and not one of its political problems, organization to the fullest extent.. dreamer.. In fad,"his brothers hated -

this wonderful so it. Now, instead 61 springs the product out of which is and that the Everglades' should be -- R. J. McCutcheon, him for his dreams. Yet, when the .

pointing to the careless weed as an produced a national necessity, is justas \ absolutely divorced from politics in I developing agricultural resources are President St. Petersburg Chamberof famine came, Joseph, the dreamer,

evidence of the great fertility of this much, aye, even more, of a national ;| every sense of the term, ;and that in accordance with the newspapersthat Commerce. -- :was the only man of all 'Egypt who .'.

'soil, this company invites you and governmental project than I immediate steps should be taken i, to have for the past year produced "I understand that your operations ,had the corn.:: .

each of you to go out and view the Boulder Dams controlling who have been cooperatively a uniform farm and will Include I '
building or relieve the people encouraged tho production of thou- The progress of the world is indebted ',,',

wonderful I cancfields, out of. which he waters of the Mississippi River. I by, the State of ;Florida to I. grove section, circulated in the respective sands of tons of sugar each year, putting to the man of ,vision. Dahl- '

this .won.derful' sugar mill that we here and .cast their lot with papers.Iay.< your Florida Investment work
Let lis emphasize this fact by saying come i to thousands of acres of berg was not only a dreamer but a '

,)' .see in the near distance commences that nowhere in the United I us I in the cultivation of the,soil, from bring; even. greater_ returns: ihq rich reclaimed land of the Ever- builder as well. His dreams are bunt

:c, today to produce one of the giea ;' States can sugar-cane be gro'wn in : the menace of the waters of Lake than you anticipate, is'the wish of glades, and that your by-products will on solid realities He saw in AmerIca .

;; necessities of' life for this nation. the Okeechobee as well as the .accumulations -. the following Florida papers: 'Palm be employed- In the manufacture of .a. land which produced less than 2'
sufficient qunatities to supply actual -
;f '
The hand of Aladdin it seems, has sugar needs of this nation except -'I of waters on the land from rainfall Beach Post, Orlando Reporter-Star, Celotex. It naturally follows that you per' cent, .yet consumes more than 2$ ::'. '

.,touched this wonderful place and
Leesburg Commercial, Clearwater '
are opening avenues ot employment '
in the Everglades of Florida. 1 per cent of the world's supply of su gar '- .

made production its guiding star. This latter fact alone makes 'flood I I know you share my' hope and my {I iSun. Lake Worth Ledger, Polk Coun- for hundreds of people. We are' sufficiently paying one million dollars per day.to :..' ,-,
And while' all of this to I
may seem t r Record, Haines City Herald, New
i i } .
cognizant of conditions in
control of Lake Okeechobee a' national faith that the present Governor and the outside world for sugar. He'<
most of you but a wonderful local News Auburndale Journal \
Smyrna ,
your vicinity to know the gigantic
problem. So. when they remInd his administration will meet the situation saw also In what was ..considered,
.1 business enterprise, nevertheless, the Highland Pilot Sarasota Her-
us that American liberty foundits fairly and quickly, and exe- I County difffculties'you. have had to overcomein waste, the refuse of the sugar cane,
fact that these operations
remains ald Press Gainesville
Myers
oFrt ,
s, birth on the shores of New England cute the trust: that the 'people recently draining the thousands, acres on a substitute for lumber and is piei' f'I
J
\ are, of'.great. national importance.. '''at..the.. : Sun, Palatka News, Ft., Pierce News which :you: 'are raising your cane to
.' \' /-'-,we reply that-a higher. state-- expressed polls' paring us for that days,hen. our lumber ,
I's'ay this with the intent to give Tribune Vero Beach Press-Jaurnal, erect the model Clew- ) \1.
Again I sayWelcome to Clewiston, community of exhaNte -
.
American independence reach supply may be =r jrtff,', ..t..t.ve
emphasis to the full strength of the its realization on the shores of Lake I" the Capitol of the Sugar Bowl of. the. South Florida Developer, Wauchula iston and to transport, and erect thu are today consuming our timber' .1

term "great national importance'*. Advocate, Kissimmee Gazette, Clay I 1 .,
Nation. machinery in huge, mills at
your
; r Okeechobee. And the vision, and the I I four, times as fast as it is produce
1
-5 This foundations of government that County Times, Crescent City Journal,I Clewiston and Canal Point. We believe -
enterprise, and the courage, of the I He then found in Florida the mo-If
:. do and should give, as far ah humanly ,', Pompano: News, Lake City Reporter further that efforts
are
stockholders, }officers and employes, 1 your fertile and'responsive soil, when prtif' ;

;;':' possible, complete independenceto all together, in splendid cooperation, i Nine Car Special Titusville Star Advocate, Arcadia Arcadian 1 ushering in a new industrial\ era in erly: handled, within his reach. He i0

ift its people. And what does complete Frostproof Highland News, Sunshine State which ,will not
: now about to be realized and rewarded Rolls Into Newly Ithe bringing these elements together innsuch
::;J+- independence mean? Let us Broward County Independent, Collier not only be of benefit
." is such a nationat'triumph and a I R. R. immeasurable all effective, way as to make himself' -,
consider, think and analyze for a mo step toward such real national inde- 1 Opened Depot County News, Ocala Banner De- to the Everglades region but will reflect at once the benefactor'.of Industry -*'

mel t. Independence means, primarily, land Sun, Citrus County Chronicle, it's benefits over the entire
/ that ran II and agriculture builder '
Florida
pendence that it would seem a of -
self-reliance and self-support, and, A nine car special train carrying Brooksville Herald, Dade City Banner state. Please accept our sincere congratulations '
American should burst forthfrom
flag
too, whether it times'of peace or visitors from California, Louisiana, Flagler Tribune, Cocoa Tribune, s for the success which' is '
So important
the top of every waving stalk are the two results
war, the security of a nation rests I Illinois, Minnesota and Florida to Lake Wales Highlander, Punta Gor- crowning your long and patient ef-
of cane, it would be but a natural ,from one operation, it Is difficult to
in Usability to make its people self- m the formal opening of the new 1,500 da Herald, Williston Sun, Homes'teadI forst and our wishes for your continued -
expression from this wonderful soil I determine whether the sugar or the
supporting, industrially and agricul II ton sugar mill here last Monday wa'sthe Leader, Moore Haven Democrat, Hen- success when operations I
in appreciation of the national importance -your celotex will be the "product of his
< turally.' Industry cannot flourish un- first train to discharge passengers dry oCunty News, Frank R. Hammell, i are under way.S. I I
of this event. Again I urge 'I effort. This achievement, furthermore -
; less it is nourished by agriculture, at the new Atlantic Coast Line Farm ancj Grove Editorial director W. Nichols,
in order that : I touches the two
-produce we may major factors
N : and a nation that can feed its citizens station at the foot of Central. avenue for the 48 newspapers, editorial office Dallas, Texas in
achieve independence.But the building of Floridaagriculture -
' } '- through production on its own here. I I Hillsborough Building, Tampa.E. .- "You should be very happy today and
I industry; he is pioneering
;': soil, the foods essential to life, is a the history of the Everglades The new station which is constructed G. Sewell, Mayor of Miami: for as the wheels of the sugar mill ,in both. For

;* nation that can make its citizens shows that it, yet has, and alwas has of. celotex and stucco with -int rte "Have waited to acknowledge your start to turn so do the wheels of to which these he is seeking new uses
solution. In lands may be employed
had vital for
self-supporting. If I were asked to a question or of celotex and Marb-L-Cote and kind Invitation as I was anxious to progress and it is all because jour He is
1S50 Stateof developing a new in
condition that the
r formulate a national maxim, it would upon is of the most beautiful stationson of '
one be with you on the occasion open- dynamic power has driven an Idea to dustry. for
Florida would erect sufficient lev the welfare of the state .., .
be this "Produce in order that we the ridge division was completedlate \
: mill Monday.
ing your new sugar completion. I am proud 'of you and and the nation. '1

C' :. '. may achieve independence". This ees and construct sufficient. drains to last week but formal opening However, official duties here in connection -' mighty happy to be associated with'tl. The .
:', reclaim these Everglades lands the Everglades area, however, Involves -
"
tf breathes to our minds, the ery fun was postponed until Monday morning with the arrival of President- man who docs things the way at
Congress of the United, States pass- more than an engineering or
; ; damentals of the true meaning of -in- Shortly after seven o'clock, while, elect Hoover next week will preventmy can be done I sincerely wish your financial
.: ed an Act granting these lands to problem. It has an economic
.':', dependence. movie cameras, clicked and shuttersof being with you on this'rnportant new enterprise much success and I basis which
Florida. And the State of Florida did involves the use to which
::. When we considjr that the food a battery of graphlex cameras occasion. I fully appreciate the most prosperity." '' such lands be
accept 'from the government a pat- may put in the most
necessities of these United States snapped, the puffing engine laboring important pioneer work which you I profitable
way. That use it ,
ent to these lands, thereby solemnly --- seems
compel us to buy from foreign coun- under the strain of the nine car are doing in, the Interest of developing is being met in the of
promising and agreeing to faith- production
" trites each year' over sixty percent fully carry out this covenant. In train', rolled into the station whilea the Florida Everglades and creating Washington.. Latest dispatches those commodities, which seek their

_: r of the sugar we consume, and the 1855 the Legislature of Florida pass group of local officials welcomed in. this state a great agricul- state that the Bolivian minister declared competition with the outside world

i S bill each year that the people of the Governor Carlton and officials of the tural resource which will mean so that the Paiaguan restrictions rather than with
ed an Act in which it acknowledgedand our own country.
:" United States has to pay to these announced its responsibility for railroad... much to the state of Florida as the will be the greatest obstacle to peace It is the pleasure of our state to

[: ', foreign countries amounts to the fab- In the train were the special car control of the flood water of Lake between those two countries. Another protect
the Everglades brcreating the In- { encourage and aid ev >
ulous sum of $ 555,000,000( the im- of the governor, three cars from Okeechobee 'and the development of : ,, dispatch from Washington worthwhile wir (
ternal Improvement Committee, and, I man and enterprise.
portance of. these Everglades of this Jacksonville, New Orleans, and Chicago the sugar cane industry in a big way. states that Hoover conferred with the industry of
in that Act, enjoined_ upon Internal man creates, the justice -
:., Florida on this occasion in achiev- Improvement Committee, the the car from California, three The people of Florida are greatly in-, farm leaders, regarding an extra ses- of our state will protect and unI-
I
ing national independence for its sup railroad; officials cary carrying C. debted to you for the pioneer work sion of Congress., versal reward.,
duty to make such arrangements for prosperity will be our
ply oC'sugar-one of the greatest of McDavis, R. A. McCranie, and R. D. which you are doing in the interest'of
the drainage of these \lands as mightbe I
'
: food'' necessities immediately ap- Hawkins, and a dining car. ,this state. We hope it will be pos-I
most advantageous to, settlementand
: parent.. For, is not sugar a necessity? Coast Line officials who were here sible for you to bit with us and as-
cultivation of the same, and the I J
,- 'The question answers itself if you Monday( were C. McDavis, vice sist in welcoming President-elect FOR
Legislature also In specific language, INFORMATION
':. will'reflect' on own daily con- I Hoover here next week.."
.:.. .. your : president, W. J. Craig, passenger
Internal
. :... placed the duty upon the:
sumption of it and how incomplete I traffic manager, R. A. McCranie, assistant Adolph S. Och, .

'your life would be without it. And, in I Improvement Committee ; to encour- general manager, M. II. Don- About Florida's New Sugar Bowl-it's development -
I age settlement ,and cultivation of Publisher New York Tinges. .
times of ,stress it v would seem to bea sett, assistant general freight agent
these lands..Therefore "I extent to you and your asso- and
necessity, for Mr. Hoover, our next of Tampa, W. S. Evans, assistant success. ,
though 1e'government of ciates my congratulations'and best
President, when he, was food admIn- general freight agent of Orlando, R
the United States should neglect its wishes for the auspicious occasion. Clewiston property development and .
istrator during the late World War D. Hawkins, general superintendent : ...
high duty to protect a necessity Glenn B. Skipper, -
it much of life
considered so a nec of. motive power Wilmington, N. '
which vitally affects all of the people Republican National'Committee- opportunities.
essity, that the people of this na- C., W. D. Stark, assistant general
of the United States, nevertheless man, Florida. I
tion were limited In the quantity of passenger agent of Jacksonville, C.
.
this does not, in any sense of "The crowning achievement of your r "
sugar they were permitted to buy} C. Blanc, superintendent if the ridge I
alisolve the State of Flor- successful enterprise should be realized ,
the term, WrIte'O,
day. then with '
each We faced
are district, L. E. Covin, trainmaster, L. '
ida from Its moral and legal duty in January 14 ,when I understand : :' ,/
the fact that today this great nation P. Green, district passenger agent of ;: ,
the prpmises. the first unit of your 1,500 ton mill
/ is .not by any means- independent In Thomasvllle, and C. P. Lamar, travel- '
its supply of' this fundamental food In the past, successive administrations ing passenger agent. starts grinding. We of Florida heart-
Edison
necessity, and it would, indeed, bea I have made attempts to handle ily appreciate? the many trials your C. Speer .

find company has: had to overcome to win ,
greater achievement to emancipate this so-called problem, but we J

the people of this nation from the that In the Ic ng history of the Everglades New York.-The following dispatch through to success, especially thoseof .

'slavery of being compelled to buy a ,too frequently! has this high 'from New York states that Tex Rick Florida familiar with the magnitude -: Licensed i Real Estate Broker JJJ

\ foreign-produced necessity for the duty been made a football in the aids will provides the majority of of the undertaking you are accomplishing "

maintenance of human life, than to political aspirations of this mar or his 'property; and considerable money In the Everglades and Clewiston .- Flond'h' !

try to make it independent by the the other. I feel sure that the convic- for his wife and a large amount ,for under conditions' considered next to
.. ,
purchase battleships, ammunition, tion is deep-rooted In the hearts of his daughter.. impossible by many.: Have had the

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: B. G. DAHLBERCSt : I What. Could Be Sweeter. ? I."""

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'> AT MILL OPENING. ,.:t' :'j.. ... ," ) i7i .I I An'r;. I / .. .

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.:.,.... r 'A. DENTAL OFFICES i -
> ', i Two things are happening today .
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',:. which are most gratifying to me. The 'i&A : \ :.i: !
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.o'
Southern Sugar company is opening I : < ( : '. ,,' 'In The Hopkins Block Of' '
Us first'unit of a project which I feel <'"? .' '? -: "
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,;". is to convert thousands of acres of : .
1:: "'), { ;: !
; muck Everglades land into a produc :;-. ., DR. JOHN ANDERSON i

tive .area that will constitute the o \ t 9f ,':.-L ...',:...I',.. '. .. .. '. r
. .' ; ... '. Dentist .1 _
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"Sugar Bowl of'the Nation" and sec- .,' .' I '. .
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S! :: ondly,":the interest you arc exhibiting / r P h ::-, :.: ClewistonFlorida\ / ,

r I In this transformation: ." '=; .
'. By your' attendance the most significant I : .. r- \. .
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r t thing to me is that you are .' ",
I .
',. ;. interested in .the possibilities of the I.r -
. State of Florida. Not I -
only am saying \ ,
this to you who holds Interests ;
$* ',
:already in tliis stateand who are residents i

': _' of the peninsula, but to those : '' 4 s 4 : ,

4* ti,;,. ;. tii the audience who have come from 3.
: other/ sections of the Unitcd
p many !iI I

? /.:>tates. ( f7 v -- \

<'r' '' ', Your presence' would not be half

so gratifying to. me if I thought you I .

were coming here as a matter of fcuri rip4

osity to see what the Southern Sugar

i company is doing-'to give me and

my employees and the men associated .

.' with me a congratulatory: slap on

..::: t',.;: the back for this accomplishment. n ___mu________,__ ------..--'-------------- D
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f; :_, i Rather, you have come here' to wit When Jules 'M. Burguieres last Monday told a group of his Palm Beach friends of the sweetness of Clewiston

j ness -what the state can produce and cane, a shadow of doubt crossed the features of the two of the, guests, so the sugar official bundled them intoa

: what can be -done when men, money: car and drove to the :cane fields. A nearby camera man who was bent on a less Interesting picture swung his -'

A '1' : markets: and machiner are backed: graphlex, clicked the, shutter and the above Is the result. '

\ 1j f.\:.:.. by a little energy and faith. I would \ I ICE fi@1? iI@Bme_ TOur .

';" further this statement by: saying that FOURTEEN STATES ,charge U. S. Govt. Experimental Sta. road could be used however until the I S reW'n: e

r'-.b:.,.'! ;l'",7;' I.; have a dual desire to see the. .. REPRESENTED AT .. Canal Point; H. R. Worthington, new state highway is completed !

,: *.:' ':;' Southern Sugar company continue BIG 'l MILL OPENING Pres. Gen'l Electric Co. Jax; H. N. Work on the construction of. the ma k e' a Sunshine special! Service delivery men
: '
.,, f .: ;, its developments along the schedule (Continued'', from page 1)) Rodenbaugh, V. Pres. F. E. C. R R. new 'road: is steadily progressing, the q vor of the entire encleavor family besides'to win t 1e fa-

:-:!/ '.:. :. that has been mapped out for it thus St. Augustine; Sam. L. Drake secy. News was told this week and the '.. ing you with pure Ice as clear as furnish crystal:

.. 'If. ?1 '. far, and ,which has been closely 'fo i thur F. Pertly, Pres. Fla. Nat. Bank, New RiverQeechdbeeCaloosahati.chee ] muck dredge, doing the preliminarywork i and properly Scored. '.

,'.;;,;...}'jI':., lowed since the beginning three years Jax; Judge 'John O. Shares, Pres. Navig. Assn. Ft. Lauderdale; W. Is now on this side of Ritta, :t There are many thoughtful acts of ,

':../". ; .;..".t.: ,, 'ago and to see you and other: pro- East Coast C of C, Eau .Gallic; Nathan 'C. Lord, Brown Co. Belle Glade,; W. while a second drill dredge is' oh d I SeV.lce courtesy delivery the men.part of'our Sunshine

..J"V)" gressive citizens of this state and Mayo Tallahassee; W. H. Kars- J. Couriers Palm Beach; D. Graham this side of the .1\Iiami canal and the
I Once
, "\ .$&' ,, country put forth an energy and determination -- lake, Pres. Lae Hamilton C of C; Dr. Copeland, representing Barron G. rock' has ,been put on the grade from a customer, always. a customer

: .:,t..jtr/:.. to develop the resources B. A. Bourne, Asst. Pathologist. In I Collier, interests Everglades; Wm South Bay to the Miami canal. I J xx
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..... .,-;;. of Florida that is commensurate with I FOOD ----.
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.. : L. Hutcheson Pres. United Bro-hood Date. for completion of the new, SAVE ,
:: !. > 1: the enthusiasm. you have shown toward miss proposition and the misses just Carpenters America, Lakeland; M. road work was not learned but it Is FLAVOR WITH ICE ..

,'. ', .. k 1 '. the developments you are seeing about kept him bankrupt all the time. H. Dorsett A. C. L. Tampa; R. C. expected that there will be definite MONEY

;l" ;." '". here today. ; .' But now he's found that he is hold- Caples, Sarasota; Dr. L. A. Bize, pres. announcement( of this by next week. a 0 A R ,

./'t::; #?i You are all well aware that what a good l hand of cards if ,he'll stake Cit. Bank & Trust Co. Tampa; M :M. Building temporary. }' bridges and M' 1 iJ

:;'.:".,,',;, is to be' gained must be the fruits. oft his bets, on the clubs ds well as the Smith, 'Pres Fla State Auto Assn. Orlando opening the road to motorists will I ,

: ,"'-." ..,.i; ,F concentrated. and untiring effort on spades and the diamonds as well as ; Gary D. Lindsey, Sarasota mean considerable to Clewiston ,for

t. 'J'':'\('..:1'I:>,:'" a' practical and advisable, proposition. the hearts. And that's what he's' be-1' Herald;; W. E. Less; Tampa; 'F. Irving even with the poor road it will be '. '-. D F R7Mttdr
.
I. :.' "': :/-1. .1\:'"" Possibly' some of you are,, more forcibly ginning do. In five years from now Holmes, pres.% Lee County Bank possible to save an1 hour or ''two on I' ,"...: '. 9 R to ,

'" .' .'"'." reminded of this since the years you go to some of these farmers'who &a Tr. Co. Ft Myers; W. V. Knott, .the trip from this community to :

..; : o!:'he boom when a period of good only a year ago were following State Treasurer. Tallahassee, ; W. I Palm Beach. / :: .: ; i.
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'
.c.. : prices and bad judgment gave a lot of hunches instead of common horse Waring,. jr., Gen. Mgr. Citrus Ex .,.. ,

1;':. _:. people Rolls Royce: ideas. sense and ask him the price of his Tampa. I .1'
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was a time when the ,real val land. He probably wouldn't sell it- Georgia-W. E. French, Ga. and I ,. ..,". .j ?

rJl ue of Florida resources was hidden and if he made a price the more in- Fla. ,R. R. Augusta; Calvin C. Chap- .

: in' the shadow of subdivision signs experienced person would think:: that man, Atlanta. 4 ;

.. and people only' placed .a value on another boom had hit Florida and be Ohio-H. E. Patridge, C & 0 Ry. .t : LiLw' : Ei 'i'
: & ;
}: ,{ :, : ; :::1 : 2 i: : ; :f :) : ::>; :
land instead of a value in it. gin giving inside tips to his friends, Cincinnati. -l( '" ) ,, ;" > :; > > :: ;::! : ; ; ; 'f. i" : .

Good prices and bad'udgement; are in Indiana or Arkansas to get in N..Caro1ina-J.: B. 'Lindsey, A. C. L. ; iI ,

reversed. And .It's this change to bad early so the Y- could find a berth on Wilmington Lowell White._ General .J .)",,' .'' "f -' y-: "'" ': :: : ? .. ', -; :>
v prices and good ,judgment that behooves the; gravy train. Supt. A. C. Wilmington, C. McD- I.'','.. ..#; I .. ., : ..''..",'

every one of you to put something There is no. mystery or anything Davis, Vice President A C. L. Wilmington ,';'.:" .
',-" -
besides a price on .your land.It supernatural! in the accomplishmentsof ; W. J. Craig, A. C. L. ':'". .

i .. \ is the greatest. sacrilege, in my any man-although this may appear 'Illinois-Peter A. Waller, Kewa;
.. opinion, to .curse the greatest thing so in many cases, which have nee; A. R. Floreen, Vice. Pres. Central '

,. .:" ',: :. that God really gave us here on come to your observation. I can boil Trust Co. of Ill.; E.. T. Konsberg, :' : .
'. i ; \ : < % : = = : =
. "' earth-land, with its abundant 'ret the relationship of. mentality to success Chi; E. P. Williamson, Wataga; Hus- / -. .

:: sources and 'knowledge to cultivate down to virtually one word- ted Meyer, Chi; C. D. :Morris, Chi. ., ; ". .,, ; .' :. r..._ .. ..._ H;) >:.- ",: : ,
'
\::; .::h' : ." I logic. Of course "logic" is a big lesson New oYrk-Herman Lubetkin, city, 1
,'";7-:::;., And I might add there were many R. E. Moyer Y. World : ... ; ;" : '\:' <:' :; ," ij ; '
t. ., to get into five letters. But Eli N News Ser- ; : r' ; ,,; : }{i\;\ \ },q
: t who>> came down here from the north I nor Glynn found that Webster had vice; Geo. Berow, "Watertown; Senator '< :\ \ i 1'i'ir":: :

: 1', with an idea that the combined climate crammed a lot of meaning into the William J. Tully, City; ;J. B. ,}t.h, :; 'S ;::;
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?I,. : ; \ and rich soil would work magic I tiny word "it", and she wrote a novel Lambfield, City; Willis H. Booth, ... .,
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; to let every one know about. More Pres. Guaranty Trust Co. City; '
they played. They have stroked theirmagic I than a'' hundred volumes could be Carter Field, City; John Thomas. ?

:: 'rlr;: lamp but' no genii has appeared "written on the word logic. Logic usedto California-George L; Eastman Los I : : :

.\.,' '. '... to heap bounties upon them. I its nth degree can be attributed Angeles, C of C; E. Sheey, San Fran-j : i; i i; : : : %i 'Jri .

:-- This is natural. You can't play I as' the mystery and uncanny powerof cisco; ; William Hi Crocker: ;. ; < ,' .. :. :: y" : ,
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t reap a any the medium. Crocker Nat. :Bank San. Fran.; Rob- !

more than you can play in the rural I When in the beginning Everglades ert Urban, Los Angeles. .,
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.( .; communities round Kankakee or Ko- land was penetrated, to ascertain the Texas-Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Shepard t ff''.....(. ? :.':! J ,.t]"'j.:!
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and agricultural experts determined Air Line Ry. Norfolk. ; :; : .
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\ :'. ,Success requires just enough mental you have collected half a dozen de- St., Louis; Carl J.. Baer, St. Louis. .

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and hope beneath the flowIng south end of Lake Okeechobeefrom ,
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ones, until the last two winters he --I S. Ii

has spent the ,winter months with 4'r
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his son, Hurd L. in Hendry county, U1
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recently his health has been such I II II
Loveland Pettee sedan from the LaBelle ,\Motor, ,company The Parent Teachers association
By George I that ho was compelled to remain Indoors
Monday. held an interesting monthly I
/ meeting
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The attraction of the week was the I : ,_ or close to his home so he has
at the high school auditorium last
mill at I :a./ not visited Florida for two years
opening of the new sugar Ed Pfluge has accepted a position Tuesday evening at which an entertaining I
Clewiston last Monday'when our citizens \
in Clewiston with the Clewiston program was rendered.Mr. .
almost Mr.\ Drennenn of Palatka campedin ,
attended the exercises
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company. Henry Ford's park. He has SITUATION WANTED -
some -
en masse. All we have heard speakof and Mrs. G. Barton Hall, Mr. ,
property which he is looking after .,. !
the program have expressed themselves and !Mrs Carl E. Royer and Mrs. E. I '
Mr. Bier.o: of Wntertown ,New York and will then go to Clewiston for the
enthusiastically as being favorably arrived in LaBelle yesterday and at L Rogers attended the movie at Fort Competent Stenographer desires local ( :
opening of the mill Monday.Mr. .
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impressed with the manner Myers\ Monday evening. : .
present is stopping with Mr. and r
which the Clewiston company, does / permanent position. Moderate salary.
Mrs. Webber.Dr. and Mrs. WL. Whitney of
things. Hendry county is fortunate in ,- Mrs. J. O. Clark of Glen Ellyn, 111., -
Ocala stopped at the Everett hotel Best references. Mrs. Small Clew
having this organization which means ,was a spend the day guest of Mrs. I I
Hen Terrell sent word to his man- Thursday, night eurouto to'Cleuiston. .
so much not only to rr countybut H. A. Rider Tuesday.
to the entire state of Florida. The ager Mr. Burnett that his plans have -H. Fr. Whitney has had quite a bigt of iston News: .

entertain been changed and instead of coming experience in the sugar business in
know how to -
people of Clewiston Arrival of a six pound baby; hot at
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to his estate on the Caloosahatchee, Mexico .
in the most I
and they do it the home of Mrand Mrs. W. J.
he will make a trip to South Africa I
royal manner. tIt Brinkley was announced last week. \ I
this winter. Dennis Small. connected with E. E. I
was a busy day in Clewiston and ; He has been named Allan Marcus.On .
the' Goodno, on Hendry Ford's propertywas I
1 with people from all sections of ;
country present, it was difficult to Mayor Doty has plowed up a few. breaking in a wild steer Thursday I

pick out the home folks from La acres of ground at his estate in La I Saturday last Captain Reeves, ,morning. This was both amusingand I I i id

Clew- Belle which he intends to plant in I,ITcnchy county's tax assessor received -I scenic. ,
Belle but among those I saw at
a wire announcing the death of I
vegetables.The
iston were Tom Hull, Charles O. Ross,
I his father, J. L. Reeves of Tallassee, I '
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H. A. ,Rider Dan McLaughlin, Jim -
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Taylor, Hurd L. Reeves, E. '1.1. Stal- Seaboard Air Line is shippingtwo Ala.Mr. Port S. Joe, Jan. 14.-The Los An- 'I
Reeves was born March 21st, '#" ##" '###" '#'# #" ## ,,, i, ,,,, ,
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lings, Carol Christie, E., E. Goodno, I cars of .lumber this week, to Tampa geles moored to Patoka at S15; this, # ### # ## ###" #" # # r
1845, and at the of 16 entered
where it will be loaded age
Dennis Small, Mrs Delaney, W. P. on a shipsailing morning. It left at noon for Lakehurst
for Spain. the Confederate Army as a privateof
Gregory Mrs Selden Stewart and after refueling. .
calvary in the noted Clanton's Bri-

family, and ,JBlI-Andrews.Mr. -- :Mrs. A. L. Taylor is entertainingthe gade in which he served for the pe- i S YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS (.1.1 I I/

I Methodist Missionary at 'riod of the war rising rapidly throughall .
and Mrs. E. E. Edwards andMiss society Watertown, Mass; Jan. 11.-Dr. __ .
the grades and ranks when at the I
her lovely home Thursday afternoon.
Signy Henrickson motored to I Kinder who was wanted in regard
age of 20 word was received of Lee's
Punta Gorda Saturday to visit Mr. l to the fire in which MrsBabe: Ruth'
surrender: this command who .
never '
and Mrs. Peter Schultz, manager of MARRIED who was also known as !Mrs. Kinderwas We are proud of the fact that have
I Floyd Luckey of LaBelle and Miss surrendered was disbanded and sent we
the Charlotte Harbor hotel. Mr. and burned to death came tb the
Florrie home, Mr. Reeves holding the rank I
r Kennington of Alva mar-
were
Mrs. Edwards "visited with many of police station, and answered ques-
ried Monday in Fort Myers by JudgeL. of,major of calvary, laying aside his .
their old friends and report a delightful tions and no charges were made helped make
Y. RedwIne at the courthouse in soldier clothes he entered into the to Clewiston a thriving city.
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day. The hotel has spent$25,000 against him !Mrs. Ruth was burnedto
Fort Myers. Warren W. Foye and L. business of rebuilding homes and reestablishing %
for fishing boats for the entertain- death Friday and it is stated that
J. Yen civil authority in tho'war
Duyle were witnesses.
ment of their guests. she was not divorced from Babe; .We are pioneers i
devastated South. ;1 > Rut hnor married to Dr. Kinder.
Ex-marshall Powell, and has fam- Mr. Reeves held many offices a ,
Misses Lucia L. and Sara Elizabeth
ily moved to Arcadia last week, gift from his fellow people was a .
Pettee arrived in LaBelle Saturday

10 spend the winter with the Pettee where he, has accepted h position. member of the' Christian church and Oklahoma City, Jan. 14.=Governor : <.i'* ;,)' .. .

family in LaBelle. had a wide acquaintance! especiallyin 'Johnson the state senate investigation -','- /-1'"':;,:;" -,":',.''" "", ", ,.--'IT DAYS.--,' .. A i
Alabama and Florida, and his
many committee revealed issued a full
LABELLE FOLKS--AT
CLEWISTON friends while sorrowing over his pardon to a convicted murdered with
George W. Pettee and Geore Love- DANCE I '

land Pettee motored to Fort Myers death rejoIce r that his sufferings are out investigation. To patronize our shop.
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Sunday afternoon to meet the MissesL. The Clewistou Inn on Monday night ... .-. .

L. and S. E. Pettee who arrived was, the scene of one of the most gal --

from: Chicago. occasions that has taken place in CLEWISTONS: PIONEER BARBER SHOP

-- Southern Florida for many a month.It I'

Mr. and Mrs. Bird Curtiss of Lib- was the occasion of the dance giv- AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING 1 ,

ertyville Ill., a suburg of Chicago mo- en by Mr. B. G. Dahlberg and his as- '. ,' ,
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tored to LaBelle and are registered sociates after the opening of the new \

at the Everett hotel. 1500 ton ,a day sugar mill. The music i r
Clewiston '
was furnished by the! Wauchula or Let Florida

Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Rose and son cliestra \ and a most enjoyable' time us save you money on repairing your old II

Jack Rose of West Virginia are I .##..#####..#...#.#.###### ####.#;...#.. .. ..
camping was reported by all. Among the La car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled ## ######i iL ###.##.##.## ".
in the Ford Park for few !
a days Belle people who were to be seen on f

expecting to go to the east coast of the floor enjoying themselves danc- workmen and our prices are based on the lowest -

FlorIda.Dr. ing were C. R. 'Christie Miss Jane = .: :. = ::: : : =
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Lymon of West Virginia is and Mrs. Donald Delaney, Mr. and I

camping in the Ford Park for a few Mrs. Emory Hodges, Miss Hazel Gill- I I

days.. iss, !Mr. "raIlerGravely and manyothers. Machine shop, acetelyn welding, all kinds of i

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Tax Collector Jim Taylor purchased } automobile work. S < L _'" :' :' -.':'>; .L.; -

a new, Ford coupe from, the La Mr. R. N. !Miller was in Fort 1\1'y-1\ : : ;, :" : ; *.;S.R.S .

Belle Motor company Monday. ers Monday on, business. ,: < :: e : *& .' .

I !Mr. R N. Miller is having a garage_ .- .
W. H. Pool purchased a new Ford built fc
near one of his lovely houses.

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I comes Into the United States from Dentist's OfficeIs r'
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WHY THE TARIFFON
abroad to compete with our domestic I .. .: I
Now OpenBusiness For !
sugar is made where such a standardof ,

SUGAR SHOULD living s.prevails. generally In Town .... ., '

througout the United States is undreamed ," .

BE MADE HIGHER of. As a consequence it is Opening of a new dentists office in.. .. : ..'". -" ,I

produced very cheaply. In order to the Hopkins building was announcedthis I > ,:

compete with it the domestic sugar week by Dr. John Anderson who i '

Sugar Bulletin Says Cuban producers, 99 per cent of whom are comes -to Clewiston with his work' \ f .

and highly by tho'people of .. .
of endorsed
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Industry Is Now beets-nro driven by necessity to re- Venice where he has been practisingfor .\. : ,. '. :: .Y; l2&
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Protected and the two i .\" : ;" '. 'j' .... '.
cruit their labor from the lowest past years ". '- '' .. F

cheapest supply available. Dr. *" Anderson is a graduate of .7' '... ., \ ; .V. '. .. .:.'. i., I. ,
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In a recent Issue of The Sugar Bulletin "The whole industrial situation of North Pacific university of Portland :

"Hitch Our Wagon to the Stars sugar is out of drawing in the picture, Ore., .and practised in' Jacksonville "': : !

and Stripes" is a compelling article because of an obsession for cheap before moving to\ Venice. He has a : .j:340.Lizn heori >Gues.ts 4 .

advocating a higher tariff on sugar, sugar, an article that touches the well equipped office in the Hopkins : .

which says in part; pocketbook of the average householdso building and is now open for prac ,

"It seems appropriate at this time lightly that nobody would ever tise. '

to recite certain facts bearing in a take 'thought whether it was 5c a The need of a reliable dentist here, ", ,
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broad the development of sug- pound or 10c a pound unless the matter -
way on was seen in the fact that hardly had ( I
ar production In the United States: was made the subject of propaganda Dr. Anderson opened his office than : I .

under the tariff's existing during the -as it constantly is made a he had, several callers who after a Were cared for at the )Inn Monday ,,and the courtesy: and

past 25 years as compai'ed with the subject of propaganda those in- talk with him decided to have dental .:, ',. ,

production of sugar in our principal terested in the production of sugar :work done. service brought forth many: favorable comments from the.visitors. : t
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competitor, Cuba."Production care .
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of in the "that there is real .need in Clew -l 'I

States in 1906, 755,722 tons, 1926, its standard of living. iston for a dentist, and I can see a J i' ,, I,?, ,> :
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9f4,166 tons an increase of 2.91 percent wonderful future for the, community :: : ,: ; : :. ,, .
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now prevails .and tariffs
; production of sugar 'in Cuba, I had the pleasure of listening to Mr1 "; '
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that have previously, prevailed the. : > : ,Whether the occasion be small dinner eight Pull '
1906/1,390,932 tons, 1926, 944 1G6 tons Dahlbergs talk last Monday and it is _. . .. a or ,
"an increase of 292.74 per cent. sugar industry of.; the United States easy to see that by his determined j'
"The bulk of the sugar produced has been unable to do more than straightforward manner he will work I' ,: : man: cars of guests the same attention'is'given to detail to' i.make j i.

exist, .and it has been able ,
barely tp
in Cuba is sold to and imported into,: '
for this
out a wonderful future section .
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do that only by maintaining conditions : .t< event a success. "
: the United States and the present of the country." > < ., i i'jvvv'V' ." ". -, ,. I
and ;all previous tariffs on Cuban I I that dq not harmonize with the :. :... .....: :.".-- ;: ,,:... .,..:. : .. .... .. . .r .'. .,.. .': .'. -:. ".'J.. .' ('
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,' )roductlon. in the United States must ' '''' r: 1'- ''.' V" '
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Cuba and be lifted up to the level of other industries '. /,?.#"*. -; ,, ,! v'1.1.'M; .- v \.!.' "!',"' 5 ,' f >,.. ,i\ v >- ';
develop sugar production in I
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to retard the development of sugar is
flecks of golden light to American : (Continued from page 1)) "'
production in the United States. The I our .. ,',. JM.-E.KYNETTManager.: l. ; .
industrial landscape. The time .';; : \ : jj v \ )
figures given above, which are facts ,
of record, demonstrate this unequiv has come to place the sugar Industryof came a large investor in the project. : i' 'Et : ; .. !; :' : :: .
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ocally. No argument can confute the United States where it will expand She has seen the development to this ? : i.; :, :

them. They make visible the situation and reach out, take up new land, point and bas 'belped materially In :- :I ,The Clewlston Inn'; ,. '; ,ifc .

of the sugar industry. of the build new factories, employ able men, the progress here by building and .'' : I :" '; ,. h'
cover the unused Acres with beets or improving some of her own property.The : .;. ;'.y.J : :
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"The people of the United States cane and be a typical,. virile American Hopkins block in the finest :>, ;,, -. > ., ::h{ ;> : ::;:
in the and wouldbe ; "
Everglades
like all the others are. building .. .
industry :- Clewiston Florida ' .
eat something like six million tons : : ::( : ; .r ; ; ,,'
a credit to any" community'much L r Ji s
"Let us have a tariff that will enable :S
of sugar every year. Of all the necessities -*
of life that we can producein it to hold up its head among larger than Clewiston is at present.

sufficient abundance: for our needs, other American ,.industries a tariff Mrs: Hopkins told Mr. Spoor just

there is just one that we do not pro- that will expand the sugar industry before leaving Tuesday evening for t

duce in that \abundance, and that is until it is big enough to fill all our her home in St. Louis, "Mr. Dahl-- \ I ,
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requirements for berg and his associates. doing everything :
sugar. The reason we do not produce sugar. :
'.- It in sufficient quantity for our needs from an industrial stand- y.v'---.y: : ,;: :?,-;..vV"v'V ; t *v. > ,, .. v; .- .) ,/

i is because it has been made, on oci GOVERNOR PULLS point for Clewiston that will be the :; r -' .0>vv ">;',? .' ;

i I casion a political football? and has SWITCH STARTING means of supporting a large 'cIty, the .} i'e., 1,.." ,, .0. ,r ;ii y ; ,J,ft C*. IS'> ,,1. ,1.1"C
: paid the price of legislative compro 1,500 TON MILL people who own property here must

f- mise. I take the opportunity now, while it

i i "We are producing in the. United (Continued from page 1).) exists-to build, otherwise outsiders
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States and its possessions at the pres- will step! in and .take profits whichare _.
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ent time about 2,500,000 tons of sug- news photographers. and laymen now, easily to be had." I

ar. Of this amount more than halfis clicked 'intermittently throughout the r .. "
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produced in tropical islands we speaking program A special telegraphwire ,
Cairo, Egypt, Jan 14.=A great ..; .
happen to possess. In'Ulne of war installed in the press room in } t
earthquake! "was ,.recorded, )here whichis <: --::. Ii ,
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r'- then sugar industries would very the Clewiston Inn was kept busy j .
i likely be of only academic interest throughout the day, while newspapermen probably in Japan.,.;, ( : : : :, \ r
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narrow a strait as the English channel sent over. the wire on this important of Judge Doggett's speech is carried ; "

J was made precarious. event .on/ an'inside page/ of this',lpaper. j

1. "In our picture of national, supply The Tampa' Daily Times represented Senator. William. 1 'J.. Tully of. New. : '' : ; :::.!"f: :,:::' < :" .: ;'::h ,;: :: ,':O\"r" ': '0: : ,' ; )1

of home grown sugar therefor we by W. A. Dawson, and the Southern the' < :, : .1 / ,; "
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must visualize our great west ando News Reel company of Tamp .:,( ". ..:):'. :'.1:'." .f; .. .' -:'.. ...,. \ .J "
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and paid high .tribute to Mr. REASONS FOR CLm1'ISTON '
r middle west, our tier of states represented by Frank Morang were. Dahlberg', for his vision and perse ',;> .... :' .: -". ,: :; ";:;::'\::"\.: .. I \ j :, ; .::; >::./(.. : : :'" '

along the Canadian border during the first news representatives the ': ... .' :. . .
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practically all its'* length, our vast, assignment, they having arrived here I
"Our new administration is g'lad
stretches in Texas along the Rio Saturday night to get out advance ,
that its first official function: is to ,
Grande and for hundreds of miles stories. Rex Safer representing .the

; ...: into the interior of the state, our alluvial -' Associated:! Press arrived Sunday recognize an fachie\'eme.nt". such vi- !
tal significance to the permanent
p.
lands in Louisiana which alone, night and 'early Monday morning the

:: if given a proper chance, could 'produce rest of the newspaper fraternity arrived progress of Florida," was Governor I

; f over a million. tons of sugar by: representing virtually every Doyle E. Carlton's opening'-.statement\. ,s,.:. .. f.
in his address. "We, see here the results ,
themselves, and our recently discov- news service in the country.

ered agricultural :empire in the Flor-! The first official to arrive was B.; of dreams of a' pioneer, the work. I ..-:. ; .... ... ,. ..: .. : /. J S
..;: ida peninsula: where sugar cane culture G. Dahlberg president of the Southern of a state builder. : ::
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.>.. is now being carried on under' as Sugar company who came by boat Comparing the new day in Florida INDllSTRY{{ T. ..>.,::: .. ,;;'. <. : ;" I

:: good conditions as exist anywhere in from Canal Point, 'accompanied1 by with the older days when the state. *. ; : ,: .
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:, the mainland of the United States William H. Crocker, president of the was known only as a winter ''resort J ; I \. :, I'

and where almost limitless areas will Crocker National Bank of San Francisco the Governor said: ; ,, :: ; : : ': "
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r' sugar cane. 'In an interview with a newspaperman Conners, Dahlberg, it is a land of ; I

"Not a tithe of the lands we haveIn Mr.\ Crocker 'who is active headof achievement and challenge to the em- ;I

our country suitable for sugar the biggest bank on the west pire builder, who with the touch .of Marking the completion ,three years' of''work on a gigantic }

[:_. beets or sugar cane would have to be coast, highly praised ''the work accomplished human genius and enterprise would
utilized to bring about the production here and referred to Mr. translate those generous gifts of nature drainage problem, and a solid year' of construction ,

of all the sugar we consume. Why Dahlberg as "a giant who does' things Into happiness and prosperity of activity on the new J,500 ton a day sugar mill, Clewistonis

have they not been used? properly.IIArriyal the The of the worldis .
race. industrial
progress : now about to take its place l among the cities
"The workman and mechanics of of the special nine car indebted to the man of vlsioiL"Mr. ,: .

the United States, in the city and train Monday morning carrying vis- Dahlberg's talk, delivered in an I of the. South. .

country, ride to their dallk tasks in itors from as. far.: as >California andas ntimaltj anO typical straightforwardmanner

.. their own cars. They live in comfortable far north ,as'( ':,'Chicago i started the was punctuated: with enthusiastic Substantial payrolls, activities of the Southern Sugar ; I'

homes. They have phonographs day and hardly '.had';: t; Governor Carlton applause of the great crowds. Company and the need for more homes and apartments i t tare

and radios. Because of their comparative and his' party' made the trip.from present The tenor of his talk was a few of the basic reasons for the sound prosperity tJ.) }

e' affluence they buy liberally at the train to thi Inn than the visitors that the operations of the Southern: I

t the stores, and these, in turn, develop began to arrive by auto 'from varous Sugar company here was not ?o much here. % .

into great and prosperous. enter- parts of the state, and before ten achievement as showing the state and '. -.! c- / i .' \ : : : '

prise, and send huge requisitions for o'clock, the traffic policemen assigned nation what actually can be" accomplished l;;.: '/.1\ ".:, ,_'. ;.'. !':/ ':, .- '...,\. .. ;:,;.\::," ... .:. -':.::. :.., :: :' ,. ::'{<. .: >:. .:,< .: J t t; L
goods to the manufacturers, who in to various
points In the town had in Florida.He .
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their turn, apply to the producers of "
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their hands .full. stressed the new of protectivetariff .

raw material for every variety and The morning was taken up with and with cool logic_ pointed out ; ;: <: : ,

t' description ot agricultural and min inspection of the plantations and mill what while we have strict laws pro- ',;;. :.,,(: J /il'

eral produce. The world has never by the public while, the Wauchula tecting us against the imigration

,, seen anything like it before. The band played selections at different lower classes of other countries, we \

r' sun of prosperity, gilds and emblazons times in various places in the town. have nothing to protect the American \yfi CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

f it But what has that to do with The feature of the day! however was farmer against the prodiu-ts: of this : : : .
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sugar : the dedication ceremonies after which same class which is imported to the

o-u "The Congress of the United States the crowds swarmed to the mill to United States in great quantities.. '. 'J.. ..-.."; \- .'1
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see it in operation and to bring back Following Mr. Dahlbergs talk. Governor j

sugar must be sold in the United samples of the Clewiston. 'Invade sugar Carlton again took the floor, -),:;.:'/:":' i

:'. States at a price which will not which I
':p' permlt was distributed. and as an expectant silence settled ( :

"' f those engaged In it or their employees An J inspiring invocation was delivered over the crowd, he threw the switch :; :: : ,
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--4: to keep step "with the advances Rev. f, .
; by W. T. Bailey pastor of saying, "We are now producing! sugar l
:,*. : In the standard of living which the Clewiston .
Community church.
: i: in Florida. > \\E/ .' AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL ..
f people engaged in other industries Judge J. L. Doggett of Jacksonvillein As soon as the cheering subsided, : .'. .
Z are making all the time and whose \ \I .' : /
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( .: ,: mode of living we as a nation ".,, .
glory called
attention of the visitors to the .
the machineryin they great
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I\ ," sold at a price that will make It al' stressed the fact that flood controlof sugar. \ \- '."'. : "u.' .' ,> ...... :., ',-- .. ... .. ... ,. .,'." ...I. P
s ] pauper industry in a country overflowing Lake Okeechobee is more than a The day's festivities came to a (. 'r I
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:' with wealth. local problem-that it is a problem close with a brilliant dance at the ,.
"It so happens that the sugar. that fpr the federal ..
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