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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 25, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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1929 must be on all cars not later street area"at the post

than February 1, it was learned office becoming steadily heavier,

., .. IN. EW\ S: : P tANTING PLAN this week in notices from Tallahassee FOR ClEVJISTON parking regulations will be rigidly LEAVES HER

.. "- '. giving Clewiston auto ow'nerssix enforced in the future, it was an
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: BY TOM SMITH more days of grace in which to nounced this week by. F., H. More-

get the new tags.: B. G. Dahlberg Praised land deputy sheriff.
More Acres ToBe
10,500 Carloads
It was formerly announced that For Parking on the wrong side of the 15 Shipped To

; '; Clewiston, sugar lolls to refinery! Prepared At Bare the license law 'on new tags wouldbe Developing street, backing across the stret Georgia Refinery A
:' -:. .An event to be remembered although s
rigidly enforced after January Everglades I from a parking place, and spee'dingIn
f: ''.. before the end of /Beach,'! Miami Locks, 15, but a'n extension has been grant the townsite are among the Newly Made, Sugar-

,f: Sugar Shipment the ng present season, grind-shipment South Bay And South ed. It was definitely stated how- Importance 'of the formal openingof .things which are tabu. Fills U \Varehouse;

that 31 is the last day 'ton "A warning was sounded few r
ever January the new 1,500 a day sugar mill a
, >' of raw sugar And East of Mill. I
O.K's Mill
Bishop
i\ on which 1928 license plates maybe of the Southern Sugar company herea weeks ago," Moreland said. "From
."p' from here will be commonplace.. History ,
used and those driving cars week ago is reflected in editoral now on those violating these rules Work.
> Is being made under our very
Announcement of the immediate with 1928 plates after that date comment from leading Florida edi wil be 'arrested."
noses. Five years ago, the Everglades
cultivation of some 10,500 additional will be prosecuted. tors who see in the operations In the -- .
a. spectral waste, and Clewiston aQShackle Clewiston's first shipment of raw
) areas for sugar cane production was northern Everglades the dawn .of a '

*> }' hotel and a general store.ry.car made this week by P. G Bishop, op- brighter era of prosperity for the en- A. C. La EXTENSION sugar rolled northward to Savannah
.: ago ground broken for a new
erating vice president of the Southern EIGHT YEAR OLD tire state. I refineries this week bringing into
sugar; mill; two weeks ago that same I
y sugar mill completed and formally Sugar company. The new lands'to Several thousand column inches of : NEARLY FINISHED Clewiston the first returns on Ever-
\ be ..put under cultivation include l
1 opened, and now Clewiston's first mill BOY DIES AFTER newsstories were sent from Clewis- glades grown sugar. Approximatelyfive
!areas east of. the present sugar ,
ton the of the celebration and
: off the refinery. Newspapers on day
sugar to carloads consisting of some 1,000
SAYS CONTRACTOR
South Bay, Bare Beach, Miami Locks,
; the country are fond of clippings have already'' been received
; throughout bags were shipped in the first con-
4 HOUR ILLNESS
and the southern, end of the Sugar-i t
California New
from
Chicago and
I describing B. G. Dahlberg's activity I signment and! other shipments will
district south of Clew-
land drainage
York paperstwhile sent
as a dream come true. As we watchedthe .1 Istou. I dispatches Work On F. E. C. To Be follow periodically throughout the
Associated other
out by Press and
train load of sugar start from grinding season here. The shipmentwill
1 Clewiston, it seemed that there was The new work is distributed as follows L. H. Johnson, Jr. Succumbs news services were forwarded to virtually Pushed', From Both bring approximately 12500..

".' little of dreaming that put this over : To Attack of every newspaper in the coun- Ends For Speed Even as the loaded freight cars l
,East of mill, 500 acres; South Bay try.
but a very wide-awake plan, of one Membraneous -- were pulling out, long strings of cars
1,000 acres; Miami Locks 500 acres; The editorial comment in Florida ;
,. ;with far sighted vision ,and determined Extension of the Atlantic Coast carrying cane from the fields were
Bare Beach 1,500 acres; South Siigailand CroupL. alone which totalled more than eight
perseverence. The point to be Line railroad from Clewiston to MIami waiting in line to be weihed and '
,' district 5,000 acres. columns of type cannot be, given in!
.,.remembered. is that Clewiston and Locks Is now nearing completionit dumped into the mill for grinding and
; Work is to be 'started immediatelyand H. Johnson, jr., eight year old full but the high regard in which B. I
a Florida is definitely in the sugar ..
now was learned this week in the an- the space in the warehouse left by ,
on the largest single tract, in the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Johnson G. Dahlberg and his associates are
." : producing column. nouncement by G. P. Jones,. vice pres- the first, shipment is rapidly being
district died early Thursday_ morning of ;nem- held Florida editors '
South Sugarland drainage a by may be seen '
.--, ident of the. Cornell-Young company, Please turn to page 2 '
fleet of tractors are now at work braneous croup shortly after he had from the following excerpts.Ed .1 .
Sale who said that track has been laid
this week of the Croghan
been rushed to, the office of Dr. J.: C. I
ploughing through the tall growth In Lambright of the Tampa Trib-
. ; ,,; "store to the Universal Markets marks ; over the entire eight mile stretch and
"* "" st'e Please turn to page, 2 i Knowling in a critical condition. He une who is recognized as one of the .
another p in I I the only work needed to complete CHAIN GROCERIES
; (Please turn to 5PARENTTEACHERS
.. 7 I' page leading editors of,the state under the .
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': -Chain Clewiston develop- (Please turn to page 5
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heading "Putting' the .Everglades
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:\ ;.: Grocerymentthe recognition -
BUSINESS HEAVY : Work" says in part: BUY LOCAL STORE
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", .' of the community -
GLADES PIONEER .
"Those who attended the openingof
: by the chain, store. There are ,.
,* the Southern Sugar mill at Clew-; ,
'r :: six stores in the group but probably IN TELEGRAPli CO.
iston convinced Croghan Store Is Sold
TOHOLDPAGEANTMove Monday came
.. t limo other branch will they find bus- sway DIES ON ISLAND -
IS ,l. JJiatjlhere ts a :Florida, industry which
To
" fir ,-4\pss conditions as prosperous as in Group Through: ..- -
-r has come to stay. It s an enterprisethat
i cjewiston. Competition' is the life off Money Transfer Facili- -- E. C. SpeerSale
Launched To Get is not dependent for its success ,
.
tide{ and the opening of the chain Heart Attack Proves
ties To Be Installed upon the sale of lots"or the sale of
sere will not only benefit residents'r' Required LibraryFor.
Fatal To of storein
the
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{ Soon stock. It has the land for production, H. Croghan grocery
; will probably act' as a trade stim'tfi1mt School the machinery for manufacture, the "Jeff" Edwards the Hopkins block to the Universal
with a good result also for the
locatiOn for both,'the demand for all Markets, a chain store group, was' an-

local independent grocers. Heavy volume of business in.week tele- Plans for a series of parties to be that it can produce. Nor is it limitedto J. H. "Jeff" Edwards, 62 year old nounced this week by Edison C. Speer,

graph messages during the past started by a Book Pageant which will local real estate broker through whom _
the for its commodity
High on the list of this week ,year's has than justified the openingof major product pioneer of the northern Evergladesdied
more
be held within the next ten days for I the sale was made. The sale was ef-
valuableand
the is also
news Is the annou'ncement this weekof the branch of the Western Union ; by-product last Friday afternoon in a shackon
benefit of the local school, so that demand fected this week asd the store is onw
really in more immediate I Observation island where he had .
the planting pro- Telegraph company, it was, reportedthis in the hands of the The .
(Please turn to page 5 The new owners.
that the article
: New Cane ;ram of the, South- week by Miss L. M. Overall, local mainly produced. been wishing and trapping with cohsideration involved not made
refuse from the sugar making is used "Fish" Brewer. Death according ta was
Planting ,>rn company which ,manager, of the 'Western Union .
public.
(Please turn to page 5 (Please turn to 5
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; embraces some 10/i office which was opened in the new Bean Prices BringProsperous \
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Ralph Altman of Wauchula is manager ,
500 acres in the territory east, of here Hopkins block' a week ago.
Times and A. H. Russ of Bartow is the r
and south of the mill. The arrival of The Western Union office here has f Mrs. Dryer Named ,
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Chicago Banker assistant' manager of the new store.
the Southern Sugar company in the now been separated from the railroad To Felda Farmers
Head of LaB'elleMissionary Papers In the sale were, made out
; -' northern Everglades is responsible telegraph service which was formerly High In Praise
to. Mills and Radcliffe of Sebring,
j, for the prosperous condition of Clew- used, and two messenger boys, El- (Clewiston News Special) Of Local WorkHigh SocietyClewiston ..
owners of the Universal Markets
iston today and it follows that expansion mer Montgomery and Jouis Jennings Felda, Jan. 24.-The high price of
chain and purchase of the Clewiston
of their activities must increase have been appointed ,as messengers. beans during the past few weeks has praise for the work accom- ( News Special)
property makes the sixth store in the
.I local prosperity. That the plantings Money 'order transfer will be han- materially benefitted the farmers in plished at Clewiston by B. G. Dahl- LaBelle, Jan. 24-The Missionary chain. I

upw announced will be in the Bare I dled at the new branch office in the the Felda section. Felda is one of the eru Sugar company was enthusiasti- society of the Methodist church was

.. 'Beach, Ritta, Miami Locks and South J near future, Miss Overall said, and best sections for raising beans in the cally expressed here this week by A. delightfully' entertained by Mrs. A. Mr. Mills who acted for his organ- '

.Bay sections is of material benefit to blanks for money transfer are now country and the farmers are very en- R. Floreen of the Central Trust com- L. Taylor at the church, ;Thursday, ization in closing the deal here is

Clewiston, for with the good roads thusiastic and 17. instructive and enthusiastic over the possibilities of
being shipped here. hard workers. The soil pany of Illinois, who with Mrs. Flo January After an

now under construction, this .commu- Office hours In the local telegraph is rich and adapted to the raising of reen spent a few days in Clewistonon entertaining program with numbers the new store in Clewiston and said

nity will be but a few minutes ride office are from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. vegetables. The section is a distinct a visit here from their home in contributed by many of those pres- that. he feels that no other store in ..

from these places.. The enterprising with an hour off-at noon and an hour asset to Hendry county. Chicago. ent, delicious refreshments, coffee, the chain offers the possibilities to

merchants of Clewiston must now formulate -1 at supper time from six to' seven Everybody in Felda is planting veg- Accompanied, by T. A.I Burt who is cake and' strawberries served with be found at Clewiston."I .

plans for attracting this trade. o'cloclSunday: hours are 9 to 10 etables and unless something. unfore- also spending a vacation here, and officials I whipped cream, were enjoyed by all have been anxious to open a

R That is the angle from Clewiston's a.m. and 5 to 6 p.m. seen occurs they will have a big of the Southern Sugar com- : present. store in Clewiston for some time,"

viewpoint to the announcement. To Office equipment, including counter crop at picking time. Because of the pany, Mr. Floreen made a thorough Two numbers of the program that he said, "but the shortage of store

the state at large it Nis also of vital tables -contribuate made it impossible. It is our
writing and other mate- high quality of vegetables raised near inspection ,of Clewiston, the Southern merit especial mention were' space

Interest, for it is another. indicationthat rials have been shipped fro mChicago Felda, that community is rapidly com- Sugar company plantations and the by guests-Miss' Byers. .r'.deaconess .f belief that we can be of real l serviceto

in awakening the Everglades, B. and are expected in Clewiston ,within ing to the front as an agricultural ton, mill. from New York: leading meeting the community as we have the ad-
1,500
a a day sugar
I, 'y: Dahlbeig intends to keep them the next few days. center. r "Naturally, I expected something. held the interest of all. .Mrs. Ad-. vantage of being connected with a

awake. Steadily and swiftly we are I dicks of St. Louis beautifully render- syndicate purchasing for over 20,000
very fine, since Mr. Dahlberg is active -
becoming a sugar producing area ofnational 5 r stores throughout the country."
Please turn to page
head of the organization, Mr.
1 \! importance, which will bring PLANS FOR COMMUNITY-WIDE YARD '
Floreeu said, "but what I have seen
'r'1 prestige not only to this section but
I to all of Florida. CONTEST today exceeded my fondest hopes.*' WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS GALA NIGHT

) t.- .. ANNOUNCED IN CLEWISTONAnother "Everything seems to be on a very I

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substantial basis and one only needsto
: : When a newspaper comments editoriallY STATION,
-- FOR DEDICATION OF NEW
Y J see the great mill grinding cane
on a project, it is worthwhile Another "good yard" contest similar awards subsequently announced.The .
J"l-" .. with the background of field work
Investigating, but to the one held in Clewiston last contest is part of the work be- --
and expansion steadily going forwardto
,; .' Editorial when leading edi- year will be held, it was announcedby ing done by the beautification. Clewis ton's new A. C. L. passenger ager of the Clewiston company. Fol-
be'thoroughly convinced of the
; Comment- Jors of the promi- Mrs. Dick C. Miller, secretary of mitte of the Woman's club and is station will be formally opened on lowing that the evening will be devoted ..
soundness of this great enterprise.
'. fr nent papers of the the Clewiston Woman's club who aimed to encourage the keeping of Tuesday February 5, it was announced to merriment and refreshmentswill

: !tate unanimously agree that the ac- said that this year the yards will be more beautiful yards in tho community. Yesterday. by Mrs. William G. be served by members of the

4 QLivities of the Southern Sugar com judged not only for good lawns but Last year the contest was termed JACKSON UNDERGOES Ames of the Clewiston Woman's club Woman's club, who will be assistedIn

pany Is the biggest, project In Florida for flowers and shrubbery.Two a lawn contest but at a recent SERIOUS OPERATION I who said that organization will be the work by members of the La- ,

"- .today and that this section is destin- sets of prizes will be awarded, meeting of the beautification committee in charge of the dedication "ceremonies. dies Aid society of the Clewiston

I .ed to be a new sugar bowl for America one group for 50 foot lots and one for it was decided that tho term Charley Jackson, clerk in the Al- Community church. \

it is time for those in the northto 25 foot lots. First prize In each case "yard" contest would be used this ston grocery store underwent an Complete arrangements for the Everybody will be welcome and it

again; turn their eyes toward Flor will be $5 in cash,. second prize for year so that the beautification work operation this week for stones in opening have not yet been worked, is planned to give tickets out' at the

ida. The- comments of these editors each group $3 in shrubbery and :third would Include flowers and shrubs the kidney in the office of Dr. J. C. out, but the tentative plans call for ticket window. On the back of these

are not to be valued solely for'their prize in each group will be printingof rather than only lawns. Knowling in the new Hopkins block. an evening of merriment with a tickets will be instructions for the

endorsement of the work here-18 the picture of the lawn in the There Is no need to announce entries '\ The operation was a delicate one strong possibility of terminating the holder to perform some feat duringthe

foot tall sugar cane and a warehouse Clewiston News. : In the contest, Mrs. Miller ex and' the patient was on the operat- exercises with an old fashioned square evening. Many other attractive

iT,_ pd with bags of Clewiston ar is The contest begins immediately and plained. The committee of judges will ing table for an hour before a dance. fun-making plans are now being considered .

r a\,v? '''nrsement sufficient-but its en- ends on June 1, when an inspectionwill inspect the yards of the entire ,town large stone was removed from the Following an invocation by Rev. W. by the' local women -'"t t it t

; '6.:. I'a ging to,those connected with the be made by the judges and the and the only thing necessary to try kidney.He J T. Bailey pastor of the Clewiston The members of the local Wow!n's
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I' ': Jthern Sugar company activities to to get in the prize money is to start Is recuperating now and his Community church, short talks will club cooperated with the. C wiston '"

4 '.,, ', "', see such a unanimity of opinionILJI I thoroughly study a proposition before I planting flowers and beautifying your condition was described by Dr. I be made by Coast Line officials and company in bealutlfylng the (new station \

.. among, men who are ,accustomed toI I they express either approval. ,house grounds now.- Knowling, as being fair. Captain F. Deane Duff general man- grounds.AJU. .
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PAGE 'TWO I __._CLEWrSTON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 25.. 1929i \
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,i theseveral companies operating( in
Florida. :,': =," ,",,:;c; "' :"H ; ," : "', ; ; = ,' '':: ,',; : ; .j

J' ,1 aBell'e N e.ws Contrary to general] belief neither ",

the citrus, vegetable, mining nor the : )

tourist business is Florida's largest .. .
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revenue producer. Lumber and naval ( '
Okeechobee City, Dr. A. W. Strand
i 13y stores considered1 as one industry are ,
George Loveland Pettee and Dr. H. Sternes of Okeechobee THOUSANDS ACRES .
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the v,most valuable in the state andge I
M. Landroff Miami O. L. r
Mrs City, ,
George Berow and Mr. and employment to more workers

: George OSbol'le.who! are Visiting Mr. Gramahin, Tampa. W. N. Tomleson of o F TUNG TREES' than any other single enterprise.On t1g
r in La Tampa, R. H. Purdon, Orlando, Mrs.
Webber while
Mrs John !
and January 7th the :Municpal Airport -
; J. S. Schultz, Punta Gorda and W. ( SITUATION WANTED "'
i in '
Belle looking"over their property at Miami was formally dedicat-
G. Hawkins of Kissimmce. TO BE PLANTED
LaBelle, Clewiston and Miami, motored \'. I I i ed to American and Pan-American ..

':f to Fort Dryers Sunday to play Air service by Wm. P. McCracken, Competent Stenographer desires local
Porter Deane spent the wek end
golf. assistant secretary of commerce in

t i. in Fort Myers. Valuable Information Is charge of aviation. The new airportis permanent position. Moderate ,salary.

'f S Mr. .and Mrs. A.' L. Taylor motored Compiled in Latest situated nine miles 'west of Mia
'. James L. Nicholson and W. P.
t to Jacksonville Friday where they mi's business district I I Best 'references. Mrs. Small, Clew "
Greggory motored to Mr. Nicholson'shomestead Bulletin
.!. will meet Mr. Taylor's mother. )
The Curtis
Flying Sevice
report that organ '
They
I ; Tuesday. -
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lston News. -
,
Mr.' Nicholson's asistants have several ized by Glenn; H. Curtiss of Miami :.
J: The Seaboard Air Line railway announces Valuable Information compiled in an I
acres planted In cucumbers whichare eighteen years ago, recently 'announced -
that from January 22 to 28 is contained in the "
1:' Orange Festival will be held at doing fine.. interesting way writ- that it will spend $1,000,000' dur- .... ..,... .., .,. ';- ,-:.',,,,":: :: 'l: ..
an latest Florida bulletin
t progress
I' ing the next two years In the expansion ,
Winter Haven Florida and an excursion ten Jules Burguiercs I .
by M: presidentof '
of aviation facilities in Miami. ') ,
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fare' of one and and one-half the Burguieres and Clilpley: of> West \ : : } ( 1: :
FELDA NEWS The West Coast of Florida is fore- : :;
regular one way fare wil be efefctive Palm Beach. r
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most among the Gulf States in the
: from January 20'to January 26. As I Sugar, citrus, tung oil, lumber, celery -
: Mrs. Monroe Grant of Fort Pierce, importance of her fisheries. Accord-

many as possible should go. daughter of Tax Assessor Reeves, and aviation activities 'are fn- ing to the last census''Florida's catch : = = ::: -

.' spent last wek with her father; and eluded in the latest issue which readsas was nearly half of the total of all
Mrs. R. l\fJ. Carter, Mr. Delaney'sdaughter -'-.
attended the celebration at Clewis- follows: the Gulf States.
,. motored to Naples Sunday. 4
,, 1 ton. The' mill of the Southern Sugar I It is estmated that t will take 400- "
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I company at Clewiston began making .000 acres of tung trees to furnish the "
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E. M. Cornette motored to Wau-
Mr. Reeves, the county tax assessor : sugar on January 14th. This marks oil necessary for' American consump- !
; business.
,: chula Friday on
\ businessMr. is visiting the outlying districts : the beginning ,of the making of sugar j tion. Such a planting would increase
Jas. L. Nicholson was a j I I
I I I in the county making the 1929 valuations of the first large unit completed by Florida's cultivated acreage about 20
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II I YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTSWe
and Mrs. C. P. Staley of Fort .. for the tax rolls. the company. There were numerous per cent. It is possible that the tung .

visitor in Fort Myers Monday Tax Colector Jim Taylor .and his visitors present, and the Governor of oil industry may outstrip the citrus I

father F. L. Taylor I are sick with the State, Hon., Doyle E. Carlton, who industry.The I

MyeYs ,were week end visitors with i I influenza. was attending with his cabinet, turned State Road Department during

': Mr and Mrs. E. E. Edwards of the the switch which started wheels eleven and one-half months of .1928 are proud of. the fact that we have

Everett hotel. Jim Maddox, new county commis-. going. Visitors were given little souve- let contracts for road and bridgework

\ sioner is getting the roads in the nir bags of the first sugar made. The in_ Florida involving an expen-

Frank Daughetry-'arrived in La Felda direction in good shape. The celebration on Monday marled{ the diture of $6,339,205 as stated recently helped to make Clewiston a thriving city.

work is under the direction U. R. the on the State F
Belle Saturday from South Bay wherehe of beginning making of sugar ,by Highway Department.

is employed, to spend the week 'Tanner the new foreman. an extensive scale in the Everglades. The contracts were for building 5S8

end and left again Monday noon.. Florida i leads the nation in numberof miles of road and over 6000 feet of We are pioneers in the Barber Business.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Taylor are bearing acres in oranges and bridges. Ij .

the proud parents of a baby born who with California Industrial plants at the various
l' Mr. and :Mrs. E. E. Edwards and grapefruit 229,094; acres. -

Mr.' and Mrs C. P. Staley motoredto was born Sunday night. comes next ,wllh 191,776 acres. : state institutions in Florida at the ) .

.Immokalee1' Sunday to look over According to the Tampa Tribune 'end of 1928 have earned a total of ; \
I IT PAYS ;>;
ti .' the Edwards lovely home there. Mr.' McEwen of Felda who is one the American Cyanamid company ofNew $33 ,839 according to report of C. W. ;' y -- y;; ,

'' s of the largest growers and Mr.. Pa- Hunter former ,state supervisor of in- :;. : i> I
York will erect a phosphoric:: ::
geant of Fort Myers are planting a dustries.. A striking feature of th ere
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Pettee, and To ;
acid plant at Tampa at a cost of approximately patronize our shop.
hundred and fifty acres of watermelon port is the fact that during the year
and
y f Mlssess L. L. and S. E. Pette $1,500,000. It is stated
motored which loks like Hendry county the plants had earned nearly $87,000 '
George Loveland Pettee, to \
that this company controls the larg-I
,
r will have enough watermelon to supply more than the appropriation made
Fort Myers and Punta Rassa Sunday.
est phosphat rock of of
reserves any
!. their needs and plenty to ship. r for establishing them. ''CIEWISTONS: PIONEER BARBER SHOPClewiston J f

Mrs. H. L. Delaney and son Don-

.. aid motored to Fort Myers Saturday. FIRST SHIPMENT .f.fI

OF RAW 'SUGAR I ', j

Mrs Johnson of Clewiston formerly LEASES HERE :.. i'>,':\' .. 5 Announcing thru the ,, .:... I ; :' \: !
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..." J. D. Tompkins purchased Mr. 500 is based on the raw sugar alone ". CONTRACTING'

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..:.t Myers visited friends in LaBelle I gallon. This means that in a 1,500 tona I II. : : .

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;: car painted in, Fort. Myers. per day. 'f' -, r : :: -

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accepted' by the, Florida Railroad local circles as being one of ,the most ";'Y y fSPECIAL[; :; /;< DAY AT .'.. I '

., Commission the train from Plant City I important official bulletins issued by ; .' : .. ," : '. '. j
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ball team won in the game' between 1 1I I nounced, which encouraged the two I : ,) : I. i j

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pa J2t1d Everett hotel, LaBolle's finest start of the work is accepted In Clew : "The Ktt-sr; Builders; of Clervhlon"* ""

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City, ;T. G. McAnter of Tampa, A. plantations of the Southern I I ,

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CLEW1STON W' CLEWISTON N FLORIDA'
PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1929
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The Clewiston News I An Accidental AccompliceBY actions-of his wrong to, my father, here? Of what use are we? What do

Successor to The Clewiston Progress between us. Tell me, Mr. Sarananda, we know of the laws that govern,'our

what can we do?" lives? Who of ous shall say that what

:. Entered as second-class matter February S, 192S at the post officeat others do Is right or ? {} I
For a moment in silenco the old wrong Only
WILLIAM JOHNSTON just as grasping, just as selfish, justas .
Clewiston P.la.: tinder the Act of March 3, 1S79. mystic! regarded them intently, his tke All Wise, the infinite, the Creator -
Copyright 1928, Doubeda.y Doran & unprlnclpaled as my father was..
deep-set, brilliant eyes peering into He who,sets plans for the rain-
LOUIS A. MORGAN . . . Publisher. Company "But what can we do?" said Carol. their very souls, and then, snaking I drops and for the suns of the unI-
"We can't change human nature."
Her mouths or Intimacy with Alan back on the sofa, he closed his eyes verse, knows that which Is right 3\
rOM SMITH . . . . Editor. "Tire only thing for us to do," replied
had given her 'keen Insight Into his and sat there .immobile, not a hair "My children,*' he opened his eyes
. Mason rising, "is for us to sep-
\ Subscription Rates character. She knew that until this of his long white hair even quivering, and looked benIgnantly at them, "an-
arate. Always between
us Is the bar- '
imagined obstacle betwen them was' looking like an ancient image carved swer me these things and I will'answer -
mail outside of, Florida By mail In Florida rrier of my father's guilt. I'm a crim
By r cleared from his vision he would inal's from yellow Ivory. At length, with whether what Prosper S WMng:
$2.50 One year $2.00 son. We mustn't see each other I
One year 1-09 ruthlessly go on in his chosen path again"! his eyes still shut, he began to speak: ha?! done be right or be wrongvlyir: -,t
1.50 Six months 'I
Six: months away from her forever, even "It rains. From the unmeasured me these things and I will answer
1.25 Three months .75 "Please, please, Alan, begged Car-
;. Three months :.,' ., ; though he loved. her loved. .her. des. ol, "don't go away like this. Give heavens come the raindrops. For daysat whether it Is right or wrong that you

NEWS' PLATFORM perately."It ; r me 'a ,day to think things' over. Maybe a time,' over thousands of miles, shall,marry.

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation; is not you who have failed," I can find some way out. Promise ,they fall, these raindrops. They come "But this tl1ing, the Ruler of the

i. 2. Early completion of the highways: for local transportation and she said guiltily., "It is I. While :you you'll come and see me again-tomorrow from-somewhere. They- live -a sec- I Universe hath revealed"-he rose

of products. were doing everything, for me, sacrificing ond. They vanish-somewhere. and drawing himself to his full height
concentration I evening-please, Please, I
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and your factory, and pleading with i Alan!" "Yet for each raindrop the Infinite stood over them, an impressive, coiS-

other products of this region to the northern markets. ;your father, I was mean and low. Standing In the doorway .ready to One has a set purpose. They obey manding figure-"only in love lies

4. The ford functioning of a cooperative marketing association for enough to distrust you, to think, you I depart, he framed his lips to say his laws. As we watch 'the skies and happiness, and when love comes be-
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both buying and selling purposes. had told.the other side everything I "no," but the word would not come. study; these raindrops, ', we' have ware that you cast it not from you"

abount me." Feeling ,as he did about his father, grasped some of these laws, these "But my father's money,'' began

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1929 "I don't blame you',-' said Mason.: that the taint of criminal parentagewas purposes. We know the raindrop pur- Alan hesitantly. "My father-"

. A ., "I read the district attorneys speech.It his, even though Prosper Strong ifies the air, turns rocks into fertile
To concluded )
'" ,!" was frightful. He told things that never had been detected and punished soil, makes flowers bloom and trees
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only and I know." He up and drink to thirsty man
': you sprang his reason told him he had no grow gives

:- For the past year The Clewiston News has emphasized both in" its news and began loking, about the room.: I. right to linger in Carol's presence, and beast. The raindrop makes the

columns"f' .- and editorially' the progress being made' at Clewiston. That there "What is it?" cried Carol, puzzled. that he should not marry her that rippling brook where the fishes swim,

., *j + i "There's only: one way to accountfor the course of wisdom was never to the rivers, the lakes, the' mighty:

has been- something'. worth talking: about, may be seen" not only through the it." ;;% see her again. ocean. Subscribe' for the News
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( to the table and began knocking pleading with him overcame his reso Sarananda's rich full voice, with, S '. .. .
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of Florida leading editors have complimented .
papers of the state. From every corner ,- .', i
about the books and papers with lution. As his eyes hungrily; caressedher its quaint English, pa1.1sed' impres- : '
us-for Job Printing
B. Dnhlberg and the Southern Sugar company for the progress -Try '
G. which it was littered, uncoveringsome shining black hair, her eager dark: sively. '"

shown at Clewiston, and Mr. Dahlberg's t.. advice to "put something on your wires that ran into an electric eyes, her wonderful flushed cheeks, "We too are mere raindrops-Millions -, .. '

lamp. With an exclamation of satisfaction her alluring, waiting red lips,. he and millions of drops on thisearth's
: land hes des"price", has been taken: up and broadcasted throughout the ., IF! I
- he lifted the shade. gasped out hurriedly: surface forever being born, ..'

;,:!; ,state, by those ,who know the detrimental l effects of an empty real estate boom. "See," he said pointing to a little "All Bright, I'll come-good night." forever dying, few of us existing here I I'
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', :" The papers have been and ,still are praising.. the Southern Sugar company disk: that had been concealed there. I Carol; .. .." leather case in Clewiston Mon-
"They planted a dictaphone. They, had departed, sat thinking over all years that this earth of ours ]has'lived.
rich black muck lands of the
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, for its pieserverence day. Finder leave at Clewiston
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were able to hear everything we he had said.: The barrier that he had .
;:. Everglades while the completion of the mill is'I.unanimously heralded as the News and receive reward of $5.- II
"And this earth of ours"oncemor'e
erected
.... talked about. When I read that between them, to her seem-
\ C. STORY.
N.
:' dawn of a new industrial era for the state. speech, I suspected they: had done ed imaginary-a phantom due to he paused-"this earth of ours .

.. something like this." Alan's brooding about his' father's] is a mere raindrop--one of the small-
., ,al' Hardly two weeks have passed since the mill was started,. and before
r. "How terrible!" Carol cried. sins. She m 'find."s'omettvay of dispelling est that go whirling about our sun, DR. P. H. JONES

'. the-"echo of that great event has died' away, we are passing another milestone With a vicious jerk, Alan tore the /phanffiJjHe: had said lone I of the smallest of the myriad DENTISTWill

r in the growth of this section, for following closely-, on the opening of I disk from its fastenings and resum- that he lov,d her. :SheJKnred him. She earths and the ten million suns for- be n Moore Haven on the
'' /fdpthing{ ever and forever circling through the
ed his seat. was determined that# noth-
the following dates:
the mill the first shipment of Clewiston made sugar rolled northward to ;
"Mis Dare," he 'said, almost formally ing in all the world,.nofwlcked ghostof unmeasured distances of infinite Jan. 78910111228293031Feb.
r. .
,( 'refinery. this week. Thousands of pounds of Everglades sugar comprising "ever since my father's death I the past, should keep Ofr them apart.' space. 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23:

<::. several", carloads. are even now entering the refineries at Savannah and before have been thinking about us, tryingto But how dispel this/pbahtom: L ? "And we-we raindrops, whence do Mar. 1218192021.2223
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, families find a way out, and I can't. Your GAn inspiration came to her. Saran-.1 we come? Whither do we go? What
. ,manyVeeks, throughout the country; will dipping theft' spoons, ._ -
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father has been in prison and mine

into,_' the sugar bowl, to sweeten their coffee with Everglades. sugar. :never. was, and yet iny father was Once, twice before, she had gone ,,."'""'It".,W< < "" ". = .. "-".,,,<''''."" '" ,,. ?;-"" "...... J

'; ':This is far more than a forward step for Clewiston or the Glades alone, the criminal. If he ever had paid for to him when she was in ,dire trouble. -

his cringeshe.would have been in Each time he had given her wise ad-
:but is something of which the. entire state may well be proud .,', t
H i ; \ v prison all his life." vice. She would telephone him at AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING' ,
''4VWe in Florida have been eating sugar from Cuba, ''onions from Spain; ,
"But weren't blame
.\ .. ;you to for once, and ask him to come to her to

and' ::even eggs from China. Clewiston has taken a step in;the right direction, that." morrow; evening. (

"If a year ago, a criminals son had When Alan came again-Alan and I
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with, the production sugar, but let this! and, ,other sections of the state
'--X f .. \, asked you to marry him, what: would his phantom barrier-he would find

follow.with vegetables, poultry .and. _dairy products which\.are so.'sorely, .'" you- have thought,?" -"'.. '... Sarananda there. Let us save. you money on repairing your old '1

needed and ;yet so possible here. ., .'.. "But. I've learned 'much. ''since," Chapter Thlrty-Eight Our work labor skilledL.
guaranteed ( )!
U car. our \ i
;., '\ 'cried Carol. "Benny Bergman is a THE MYSTIC'S PARABLE ... ,

;< t criminal, a burglar, but he has ahero's Alan, entering the next evening,
workmen and based the lowest
; ,. our prices are on "Jj
j :"" ,- soul. Benny Bergman in jail:; gave a start of surprise as he saw, "
f.* .\'i PUTTING THE EVERGLADES TO WORK
>' ,' ; I\ is a bigger, better man than Dr. sitting on Carol's sofa, cross-legged, I possible working conditions.N, r lI
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..Those ,who 'attended, the. opening of*the Southern Sugar mill at Clewis-' -.... Triggs ever: was." I the tall figure of old Sarananda, turbaned ,
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With a despairing gesture he in white, but wearing Insteadof
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ton Monday came away convinced' that here ,is a Florida industry which has way-I
ed her attempted argument the purploe robe in which Carol Machine shop acetelyn welding all kinds of

"come to stay.' It is an enterprise that ,is ,not dependent for its success upon "No, no.", he cried. "I can't let you I had first seen him, a long frock coat, t. ,

the sale of lots or the sale of stock. It has the land for production, the ma-, be misled by your sympathies. I that draped itself grotesquely about automobile work.

mustn't let myself love or think him. -
chinery for manufacture, the location for both, the demand for all that it you
i I I of you. I can't ask you to marry me. "Mr. Strong," said Carol, "I want

can produce. Nor is it limited to the ,major product for its commodity; the Anyhow, I'm a hopeless failure. I youto know Mr. Sara anda, my friend

by-product is also valuable and really in more immediate demand that the haven't anything. I can't touch, my who always has given me good ad- \

father's money-I won't touch it." vice." MOORE HAVEN SALES C0 -
article mainly produced. The refuse from the sugar-making; : is used in a nationally -
"Why not tal\e'it: ," Carol suggested, The men bowed gravely, without .

; known* and nationally used building material and nothing Is wasted. "and try to do good with 'it-try to shaking hands. and Into Alan's 'eyes I 1
y FORD LINCOLN FORDSON I
The chief significance, however, in the enterprise which the brainy and balance 'some of the wrongs by whichit came a glint of distrust. '
I
was accumulated? If turn over "I've brought Mr. Sarananda here r
resourceful Mr. Dahlberg has established on the southern shore of Lake you .._- ;c'L""h": "=-r:1:<::.i"-i: ';''f! 's 1
the fortune' to any one else,. they'll Alan," said Carol, as they; seated .
Okeechobee, is not in the or the bagasse it individually turns out and I'
sugar only go on using it as your father themselves before him, "to tell him I
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the used it." about us. I don't know what he will ,
demonstration 1
"I know," said :Mason bitterly. advise us, but I believe, in him. What-
it will make to the world that the Everglades of Florida can be '
"It's'a.. hard problem. But the mon ever he may tell us, I know that we i
,
"put to work" in producing on a tremendous scale one of the leading com- ,1
ey's tainted. It could not bring happiness can trust him, that it will be right

..modities .on national and world consumption; and that, by; the use of the to us-to any one." Before Alan had any chance to ob- :,1 i
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"Think how it could be used to ject or expostulate, she began relating ,
cane-growing facilities of this vast section, our unfavorable trade balance in Y OUR APPEARANCE
help people-people like Benny Berg to Sarananda the story of their

this commodity can be overcome. The consumption of sugar in the United man. Think how many factories you acquaintance, of Prosper Strong's .;
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{States is now 6,000,000 tons annually; of this, more than 4,000,000 tons is could starte-cooperative ,factories" plot to wreck her father, and of its' ,'
,'
"I'm afraid I've lost faith in mostof outcome.
produced: in forefgn countries. Mr. Dahlberg who has made a thorough studyof .
my theories," said Alan sadly. "I "And now," she concluded, "my fa- .' '" -. _' .' :;:Z;, -' .',\. .i < ,.J,
the subject, declares that the Florida Everglades can produce. if fully de- thought my fellow-workers liked me ther is free and his innocence- is established -

veloped for the purpose, between 2,000,000 and 3,000,000 tons a year. There for my own sake, trusting me, would Prosper Strong is dead. 'Y' .:. ::t' : '1.' '

stand by me. Yet apparently it was His son and I love each other.. But :?: ::'t (I
you have the solution of one of the puzzling problems of national supply. ""
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only When Alan take the millions his : : "
my money they wanted. refuses to :

. .' No one who sees the thickly-grown cane fields of the Clewiston com- I drew that out, they threw me out. father left him. He refuses to marryme ,) atronize : : ., '. -.,'!:',:jr I IU

pany, so dense that one can with difficulty push a way through the crowding In their own little way they all were with the barrier of his father's > I

stalks, can doubt that the Everglades can be made the "sugar-bowl of the 1 1 %# Your Home : 1 1

nation." It is the purpose of the Dahlberg enterprises to prove this-an an b.

excellent start has been made. "This Is.only a beginning,'' says; Mr. Dahl- > )

berg. "We want to show 'the world what can be done here." I. ::f FARMS ,." --:, '."> ,. Laundry C i'i'I

With the soil, the capital, the enterprise to establish this potential new I iC
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Industry for Florida, there remains but one drawback-the everpresentflood = 1 1i
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FIVE TO 1 100 ACRES i CLEWISTON STEAM'LAUNDRY'

danger, the menace of unrestrained Okeechobee. Before this rich region ... 1 1 f
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can reach the height of development and productivity'which its natural 1
Clewiston Florida. t !
advantages assure, there must be adequate and efficient flood control. That DEEP RICH MUCK 1 I:
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problem is one both for the state and the federal government, in cooperation 1 .- ,
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--SANDY LOAM-
or in correlated programs, must make the Everglades safe for the investor -
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for the inhabitant, for the grower, for the manufacturer. That done, 1i i \ .' ''' i
Easy Terms-Drainage and Irrigation '
:
there is.no limit to the flow of capital that ; '
into make
will go that region to : ; \ : ,
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its wonderful soil bring forth foodstuffs for 100,000,000people.Tampa ;: :' ;
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McCULLYCleDJston's 1 Cleanliness 'is next to GodlinessJ ,

I The acute house shortage condition was never so emphatically emphasIzed 1 .' -k

$ as during the celebration here. But the ill wind blew a lot of business ; Pioneer Real Estate Broker! .. ,_ ,
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into" Moore Haven and Mr. Beach of the Moore Haven hotel says: he'd like to :"'
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 25.1929 CIFWISTON NEWS. Cl.RWISTClN FLORIDA .
PAGE FIVE
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GLADES PIONEER development at Clewiston that is one be converted Into synthetic wood."
OLDi 1
ourhat .:: EIGHT YEAR I
BOY DIES AFTER DIES ON ISLAND of the most important ever undertaken -!I! The St. Augustine Record sees in .r f ". .'

I r HOUR ILLNESS In the state. Money has been the Southern Sugar. activities the following
aly I 4 .
ea- :jr (Continued from page 1)) Invested by millions, acres upon : S .' .

'in- ; '' r:: (continued from page 1) acres of land have been acquired and 'Traught with tremendous signifi-' Announcing the opening of '

ni- ... Dr. F. L. Tatom was caused by hcart turned into a mammoth sugar cane cance for the State of Florida is the ..

I: and Interment was In the plantation, buildings have been erected -' "
doctor's office failure, opening of the 1,500-ton mill of the i "
fiI: was brought to .the I : DENTAL OFFICES "
eS after three o'clock In the Ortona cemetery Saturday: night. machinery has been installed, and I Southern Sugar Company, yesterday, -- 1. :

k shortly had died before six Although he had spent the past 25 there has been created there one of an event in which (numerous notable { :.\ .
and I .
Inn morning taken to the years In this section from Fort Myersto the state's greates entrpriss-some-1! people, Including state officials, of- :' ;.\r' ,"",.

The body was In The
o'clock. I '
: \ Hopkins Block
until funeral ar- Clewiston, nothing is known of :his thing bigger and more important than ficers of the company, and leading p .' Of ;

rig,lY--; '. rangements home of 'Gus have McGhee been completed. activities before coming here, nor many imagine. If present plans'' are citizens, participated. Cle\\jston, a little \.r ;', .,:'.t '. '.

could those who ]knew Mr. Edwards carried on to consummation, as there town on the edge of .the Ever-
I I r The boy except for a cough whichwas 1 : : DR. JOHN
,'ti not thought to be serious, had give any Information as to relativesor is every reason for believing tbo.v: glades, protected- from any possible ..', ,). / :' ANDERSON' '

and friends In other states. wlll be, this' venture is of national flood waters during storms by an '(" .'Y": DentistClewiston .':./ I',
good health :
in apparently r
been
had' chatted Throughout his long residence in importance, for the end of it will be elaborate system of dikes, canals, anda : r :f l'
Ie friends of the family ;
e with him late Wednesday afternoon as the Gladys and though he mad many that Florida will be the nation's chief huge pumping apparatus, vas in Florida. -$ ,' .

;. ii. friends, ?,Ir. Edwsmls never discussed sugar producing place.Word gala attire for the celebration which
t he played in the yard of his home. '. I ,
:'J' F'lrr-I
':-- r;' ',' When he became 111 during the his activities before coming to I comes that sugar making marks a tremendous forward step in .: ..

., alarm- ida. will not be the only thing \undertaken the history of South Florida. B. G. \
'J became ,
night, his parents
> same condition grew His many friends in Clewiston] at Clewiston" by the Dahlberg in- Dahlberg, president of the company, "
eel and when his I
, steadily worse; rushed him to Dr. following the announcement of his terests. When the big plant gets to and an aviation enthusiast, who has

Knowling's office, where he died a death made up a purse of $6Q toward going according to plan sugar will visited St. Augustine by airplane,

the purchase of a casket. 1 be only one of its products. Molasses, flew over from Palm Beach in -twen
few hours later.
II
alcohol the ty-eight minutes by air route"
'. !, native of Clewiston industrial rayon and
., The boy. was a f I ,
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having been born here on November PAPERS BRIMFULOF I transparent moisture- proof paper) r / t

now so much used in fruit and confection .
.,' 9, 1920. His parents are among the EDITORIALSFOR NEW SUBSCRIBERS sa'e wh I ? ) :' I
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} first people to settle in this section, CLEWISTON packages will be by-products. ,
I in the the market value of which will be'' (li ;
Mr. Johnson being engaged i
(Clewiston News Special) I
This will at work
greater. mean men
: dairying business.PARENTTEACHERS. (Continued from page 1)) .
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I I and money constantly entering the LaBelle, Jan. 24-The Clewistou Q + it ity

!I? arteries of business. 1! News welcomes to its family of LaI
in nationally known and nationallyused
\\t I Bell subscribers John Webber and 4I
I building material and nothingIs Under the heading "Another Milestone" ?
,' TO HOLD PAGEANT j,J. J. Saunders.. Because of tl e. in I II a i,
., wasted. the Palm Beach Post said: '
'
"The chief significance however is "Impressive ceremonies befittingan i'! creasing' 'demand for Clewiston News II n I -

(Continued from, cage 1) | copies in LaBelle, these are now on '
prr the enterprise 'which the brainy and impressive_ stride in agricultural 7fl'
sale at Weaver's store. .s
drug
/ resourceful Mr. Dahlberg has established progress in the heart of the Ever- I
be brought to the required III'T
its library may I
t< on the southern shore of Lake glades were held at Clewiston yester-

standard to have the school Okeechobee, is not In the sugar and day, when the first sugar mill of the CITRUS INSPECTORS; BUSY l

I put on the accredited list, were announced bagasse it Individually turns out :tJl.4. Southern Sugar company -\yas placed!I I ,

week b111'5.. WilliamG. ''
:' this the building l of a thriving town sur- in operation by Governor Doyle Carl- (Clewistou News Special) S + v

0'..: '. Ames. rounding these activities ,, but in the. ton. |I LaBelle, Jan. 24-Z. ''V. Dyson, J.

: <: The move which is 'being sponsored demonstration it will make to the "This is the second celebration at H. Sealey and B. E. Melindy, assistant -
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by the Clewistou Parent-Teacher world that the Everglades of Florida Clewiston. One year ago Governor grove inspectors for the state Economy in the home can De prac '

S S.; association was decided upon when An 'be put to work' in producing on John Martin dug the first spade full were in Hendry county for the past .tised by the use of pure Ice in the I I

',,' "' it was learned that approximately a tremendous scale one of the leading of earth for construction of the mill. : week inspecting' citrus fruit groves.t ,; preservation of foods. I t

::;. $150 is needed to bring the. schol library commodities of national and But behind the flag, waving, speechmaking The inspectors report that the trees ) Dangerous bacteria cannot survive "

t.y.: to standard requirements. I world consumption; and that by the ceremonies signalizing a '! in Hendry county are' in excellent stocked in the frigid Ice-box.temperature of a well- .j t 1

..../,. 'i Definite 'date for the 'pageant has; use of the cane growing facilities of milestone In the work of conqueringthe I condition. i I '
:..... decided but it is be- r Guaranteed Ice likewise 'I f
been :
not yet strength
',: I : r this vast section our unfavorable Everglades, lies two years ofj !; ens the flavor and 'I
field I quality of the food.
within the r
will
't.. :: lieved that it be trade balance In this commodity can steady effort, two years of making FOR SALE-Bed stead, springs, mat- I

:" next ten days and definite date and be overcome. The consumption of fact out of theory, business out of ex-.I tress, good condition. The. is Sunshine Service delivery 1't. \I
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more detailed plans will be announced .. always at your service. /rf.f.J .
SENNETT
sugar In the United States is now periment. J. V. :

',.\., :,-" next week.A 6,000,000 tons annually, of this more Many were the scoffers when B. G. C .:\jir; I

.'.,,'...t':.< series of other social activities than 4,000,000 tons is produced In for- Dahlberg, long-time prominent'' Louisiana i-
;1-( : including card parties and theatre Both alcohol and turpentine are FOOD \
eign countries. Mr. Dahlberg who has sugar, man, said he would make '
parties are .now being planned by ,the used to remove paint and varnish SAVE FLAVOR WITH
y { ICE
rr' made a. thorough study of the sub- sugar cane grow profitably in the ,
')jr. local P.-T.-A. stains. They should be rubbed .on VMONEVA ,
: ject declares that the Florida Everglades Everglades. None denied it could be
". and off quickly. r
'
:)' can produce if fully developedfor but said it could be
: grown many not
;a ;;rt Q $
: : the purpose between 2,000,000 and commercially successful. 0

I f ,:' ':" A. C. L. EXTENSION 3,000,000 tons a year. There you have During the past two year the1 men A whisk brom is a glood clothes y "
r '
I IS ,4 ,:' '.. NEARLY FINISHED .. the solution of one of the puzzling who set out to prove their experiment sprinkler; because it gives a fine )1' H"
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>.ii> r iU t. .:,. SAYS CONTRACTOR problems of national supply. I an actual success have surmountedflood spray, sprinkles evenly, and is quicker DEPARTMENT 1 1MPA

....(' ... "No one who sees the thickly grown and hurricane, frost amf plant than hand sprinl\ling. ('

(Continued from page 1) cane fields of the Clewiston companyso parasites. Out there at Clewiston in \
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dense that one can with difficulty the center, of a tract of more than -

this end of the project is the con- push a way through the crowding 100,000 acres is the beginning of a''
"
8.struction of a few trestles over, 'ca- stalks, can doubt that the Ever-I great agricultural industry for Flor- .. ( ,

'S nals.This of glades can be made the 'Sugar bowl I ida. There is the concrete evidenceof ,....'.;:.:'. ..... '.. ..':.....,.. "',?..<....f.I.. .1..::.'."'<-<.") .r.7: .. .:I...h'r.., ,:,1 j: .t."":;,'".):,;,,, :.; ,'fb" ..Io".f" .
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work has now been. started the nation. It is the purpose of success-a sugar mill l capable of : .'.1 : : J
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and the Clewiston-Miami Locks ex- the Dahlberg enterprises to prove grinding 1,500 tons of cane per day- -

tension will be finished in the near this and an excellent start has been a 40,000 acre tract of cultivated cane ,.
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JH'I II I \ future. made. 'This is only a beginning,' says -and 'a system of ditches and dykesto '.: ? I IS S.a .

The Cornell-Young company also Mr. Dahlberg. 'We want to show the insure the protection of both.
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has the construction of the Florida world what can be done here.' From the St. Petersburg Times the c "
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East Coast extension .from Belle The Florida Times-Union of Jack- editorial reads in part: i!' \ \ Ti '

t, Glade to Miami canal where it will sonville after commenting' the "When the first great store of cane ,i f r' _

meet the A. C. L. extension and Mr. I opening of the mill and praising the rattles into the rolls and pours its ."
.
Jones said that this work will also activity, of the Southern Sugar company sweetness into the ;market for the'' 1. ,

be pushed. said in part: world's supply'' of sucrose in the .....'"': -

With the completion of, the Coast I I, experiment"This added enterprise then is no Southern Sugar Co.'s new. mill at .
Line extension, the crews working on' ; it is' a proved and estab- Clewiston Monday ,morning, Florida 1 v' l

/" this end will continue oil the F. E. C. lished fact the Southern Sugar cpm- will demonstrate again her enormous : .':i : .

extension working toward the east pan having advanced sufficiently in: advantage in providing the soil, climate 'r' ) '.P. : : ;:., '
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: : ; ;: :: ; } ; :; ;, !Is; 1i. :,:;: :
'. its work to satisfy It and the : : -;
public :
r while a large crew of the company Is .and working conditions. essential ; i ;: ;. / .. .

" 1I ('; working on the extension from Belle generally that the manufacture, in for the development. big ., .i '. } :,">
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! Glade to the west.-Pushing the work ''Florida, of sugar from cane grown ad- 'industr es. .:. ::.. .: : :.:.: ., PREPARE FOR SUMMER1 ; '.

I-i from both ends, the entire project jacent to where the manufacturingof "Florida, in this new enterprise of / ; '; : ". "

! will be finished in a few months. sugar is being done,. is entirely the Southern Sugar Co., is hailed as' ,:: ': <.: \ '. ..
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This extension work of two leading feasibly and practicable. Not only has the new sugar bowl of merica. It is ; : : :'

I\ railroads 'of. the state has attracted this proof with reference to sugar more than this. A very brief surveyof : : ; !:;}: ; '

J considerable attention to this section manufacturing established, but just what is to be added to the :' ,

I.I and has brought to people in other in addition it has been' proved that assets of the state. in ,this first crush- i: ; \
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sections of the state and in the north the manufacture of insulation prod ing of cane Is another proof that S i';:: S S :(. y :I"- Get Rid of That Hot Kitchen '' '

ucts, used in building constructionfrom Florida .' ,: .; '. : ,
\ a more vivid picture of the extentof is the earth's newest miraclein : "''. ".. '"j.. .
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the'
the operations of the Southern cane stalks, from ,which has production.

Sugar company in the Everglades, been crushed the. syrup from which I For a long time the rick muck landsof ';\\l ;4. .::tA:,\ vat. .yourself of this special offer and buy an'

for' it was principally to tan the rich the sugar has been made, is equally the upper Everglades were ]known ; i;' .

..., cane fields that the railroad executives feasible and practical. Thus what in to have every element which should ; ;r"":. :: ," ElectrIcange I t '.: '-. .

)?" decided on the extension work. past years'' has been considered waste make cane production profitable. Soil 'S ;

\ fi, ,. ., product is made to yield a productof analysis showed it. Sunshine and ':,; (:; '. : ATTRACTIVE PRICES NOW AVAILABLE. "i .

greatest commercial importance. moisture conditions seemed to make: J, ',.:..'" r

.. MRS. DRYER NAMED Need better evidence be rewired the conviction. certain and sure.. But *'''* \ .. Free demonstration to those interested .,. 'J I
HEAD OF LABELLE to ,.
prove that
conclusively
the richness
of Florida
very is con-
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SOCIETY
MISSIONARY where industry thrives and prospers trary. It puzzled experts. Scienceshowed \, ." .,..

there business of all necessary sort what to do with sugar cane. ,. I .
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and
'-' character becomes established The trouble was in the lack: of men, '. ) ; .I" '- -

( \ flourishes In proportion ,as manufacturing not in the bounty of nature. The \ ,
: ed a vocal solo, Mrs. Barton Hall :
I makes headway. Florida, by Southern Sugar Co. is now plantingat \ "

.- playing the ace ompanirneut.The reason of this Southern Sugar com- the rate of 100 to 150 acres a day, CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANYr '
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officers elected for the ensuing ,
pany's ;
enterprise thus acquires val- ( '
a merely crushing down the rich vegetable S ;
& year at the business meeting were -
t
.; uable asset, many-sided in character, growth on tho Everglades prai- ,

Mrs. Dryer reelected president, Mrs. a"s In agricultural development in ries, turning a big furrough in the r. ,
ft Pfaff, vice president reelected, Mrs. ...
manufacturing and in ,
busi-
general flattened growth and planting in that \
Richards, reelected vice president, J
I I ness. J the cut cane stalks which it is now
Mrs. Bush, secretary, reelected, Mrs.
The
Tampa Times
said editorially: proven. in last year's crop grow 18 {
Cornettc, treasurer and secretary.
I "Get your calendar and mark off to 20 feet high, with sucrose contentof ,

Among tHose present were Mes today as a red letter day for Florida.It 12 per cent. The yield was 65 tons ". .
. dames Dreyer, Pfaff, Henderson: Miller "
Clewiston's big day, and one to the acre, more than double thatof
I' Pfluge, Ileroy, Taylor, Nicholson, whose date will '
long be Ii
connected any other plantations in Cuba or
Richards, Howell, Bush, Saunders,
with an important event in the history Louisiana.The 'x':
Cornette, Magill, May Magill, Hen- -
of Florida's ; '
S Industrial and commercial industry starting Monday on : : "
:: rickson, Barton Hall Edwards Ad- I \
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progress-for it brings the this basis will be a chain industry.The : / '

dicks, Emory Hodges, Baurs, Pettee, formal opening of the new sugar mill' cane ,will be crushed, the juice : : :, ;: : I
r- Jennie Clark and the Misses Pettee / :i ':
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Southern : :
Sugar company at extracted and delivered to a refineryIn : : ) ,
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n from 'Chicago and Mrs. Byers from Clewiston.. the form of what is known as raw : i'
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New York. ; : \ S
M Ampjy) financed and splendidly sugar, with ,the prospect that eventually i' r :

equipped, the Southern Sugar com- a refinery will be built at Clew- ,. .
To remove water spots from a garment .'. .I
pany under the direction ,
of President iston or adjacent to the plantations -
dampen the entire material '. '. I
B. G. Dahlberg '. j
and .
associates, has of 150,000 acres. The bagasse, when > ; .
evenly and press It while still damp. gone ahead with an' ,. '
enterprise and the output Increases sufficiently, will \ \
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PAGE SIX ., CLEWISTON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA 'r
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( ments will be closed' .to the public 1

BY THE WAY HAVE 'I : .
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and entertainment will ,. ., I
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:it You HEARD THAT I be given. '. ,. I II

>* : !,Monday, February \, Gasparilla Day ; .. .
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1 when the piratical arid festival It
+' : N ---- program .f .: J

Carl Bernqr and Miss Pauline' Mc I will hold sway. .. ',. .- ... '; .

Duffy, accont'panied'}" MrsQlaude! ; I PLANS COMPLETE I Tuesday February 5, Governor's .... :.- .f .. : .: :.- : ;

Downs. motored to. Sc rIng Sunday. .Day, in honor ot.:Doy lo'\ Carlton. and' '. .
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i -I..* i iMr. il FOR SO FLORIDA .:,:', members of the legislature. Special r-

and Mrs. W. C. "Bill" Hooker entertainment and banquet for the _\ : : .

and tyrs. E. L: Stewart spent Friday state executives.- '. ., .. r :< < ; '- ': : ..
FAIR :
AT TAMPA : .
and in West Palm Beach : : j .
Saturday : ,
: :' :Wednesday, Feb. 6, Italian Day f JL; :
,when the officials'ofCl .
1- government .' ..,
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T.T Watson, representative of ) "
Directors dials. of and visiting exhibitors "; ,.
Italy .
New Efe4ignate Fea '. 'J, ... .' .. .. '"
Robert T. Cochran of I .
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company '
from that country ,will be honoreL..TllUi's !. / .r' l ..' : ., 't> -'\ V ."
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York returned to Clewiston last Sun- ture Events Of "" ,6;., < ., ; : '. "r
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ay, Feb. 7, Shriners of the .I t .. .. / I
day from a trip to Georgia where he ProgramClewiston state will stage their annual parade 1.! : I .. ,'.', .....l'"'": :-".'",# .t."". ,. ... ..'. '",'- . .,..' : ... ;'>'/ ,1 )
met Mr. Cochran for a business conference t
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.and 'festival* of fun. v&i :' :, :.- .,i- : <: ,V" i I
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Tampa, Jan. 24.-Directors of the Friday, Feb.,, S, Tampa/.'Day, when .. -. ,\ ,r' VISITORS, ".J' .f" .' > '. "
has attractions will be dedicated to the "
:Mrs. Dick Miller who been con- South Florida Fair I '
and Gasparialla I ; : "
fined to'.her room In the Watanabe carnival, which citizens of "Tampa.' . ,' ? ;. ;
in January
opens Tampa -i ,. ,
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hotel for the past few weks with an 28th, today, designated the Saturday, Feb. 9, closing day, Everhody's A. . ft.. \ S. .
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special : .L .
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attack of influen'z.is slowly Improv days upon which feature Day. Auto races, fireworks. ": ;.,, :'> ; ,/
programs

ing. and entertainments will be Presenting the most elaborate py-' -'. :&.. ,. .attracted, to Clewiston. 'by the activity. oPthe-. Southern' '. ;

staged. i'opageant"and fireworks spectacleever ..'

C. J. Robinson and Miss Ethel L. Opening attempted south of the' Masou- :, ; Sugar Company and unanimous '. .
dn Tuesday, January 29, ,:. are arriving daily are inv /'
Ashworth of1 spent
Fort Myers a day Dixon line, the directors have '. .
the programs will center on automobile .designed \ .' s.: f '.": ,:.' .
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In Cleisto.Suuda. ) '. races in which ;nationally known: I the entire infield of the racing I >their '*
the and'service
of
speed stars will compete in a six course for the 'construction of the praise courtesy they :Tin d aith: eClewiston "f'f.;: :

A If Crow spent' the week: end In event program. miniature city, VBagdag'. ', which. will '. .. .. .' :- .
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Myers and LaBelle.
Fort Wednesday, January. 30., has been form the background for the monster t Inn.. ", .- ., ., .. 'd...i.'#, "'-.:. .*} : '. )*.0SS; ''J! .

Ed. B. Otter son-in-law- of Dr. F. L. | dcsignted Specialty Day when concerts presentation. : ,: ; > :' ;' : (:' .., ;' L
j and Over 250 people will participate in ; ,-, -.I'": ,,<, : ,.; :: ;.. .. .: ,: t ::' ,:: : ,, :, :, '": t<. : '
attractions .
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furnished ,
Tatom is putting in 12 acres of beans J I by the I .:"' .... .." ....J; !!; ....;,...,!- ';\...'): ..I-.f i.t.. .. ,*.. ,'f "" '(
and tomatoes near the Miami Locks. Florida A. & M. College will be the : the pageantry while a score of more .: .\ '. .. .':': .. /.. i .- ,J ., 'Ii"; \ .AM- .r (1 ...

big features. experts 'will have charge of firing the '. '., ,. .. .. ;' .. .. ,..',.;:-... '. .:. .'. r! :.,. : i '.: 'r,
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fireworks displays and producing the : 'i. .: : :: 1, r .jfri/ : "rI .. f. l.ll' -
A. A. Gardner of Fort Myers spent Thursday, January 31, civic clubs electrical, effects that keep 'the 600 \ / :' : J; : ': :" ..: 'ft}:: : '
Tuesday in Clewiston on business.Mr. and tourists will be the guests of :: .;0 ; -:': / :/: ; r :'i) < : : .

Gardner who is owner of the honor 'and programs will be dedIcated foot stage in a blaze of color throughout '1 '" ; I 1 II.. ,,: ", t. .. .. [
the festival. ; '//0 : "; .. :' ,, :. : J
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Parker Hardware company spent to them. "'' ;i' .' ;,.' :.\ ,.r., ,?,'. ,;., .- M. E. !KYNETTManager: 'f.-: ;- ;1'!.. :, '\ l.. J" .

some time with E. C. Speer local real Friday, February 1st, will be Par- Tons of powder, .dynamite and I I '<. "; <' : "..'l.'.... '.:'.,:>....!. :." : .. ..... > ,1'5. .' .. .. .j. .
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estate hroker concerning the 'construction ent-Teachers' and Children's Day chemical preparations will be used .I: r '"'" ': r :t\. :7'.r: '' .. : '> .. ... .

of the store building 'which when at least 90,000 people are expected by the ThearIeDuffield.'operators in i .. r : "* ,"'' -: i"s v": ... vlb '

Mr. Parker plans to erest this year to attend. Last year Children's' presenting the spectacle.Tlie ;. ..:. .'. '/ ,'" The Clewiston I : ;% *
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on his lots on .Sugar-land highway. I Day attracted 5000. A special fire- doubling of the capacity of .. < : ..)""J\ : .. ::"..:. /:' .: Inn5; _" : ,

-- works show for children will be the grandstands and bleachers to ac- :.: ".' :. :Y'\:\:;L, ., '" 4 r V 1 : : "\.'.,':: ; :' ,. .'.".. ...,
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Louis Morgan, L. Morgan added to the "Night in Bagdad" comodate .. to I v :
jr. son of A. spectacle more than 8,000 people, :: :'.Y-: ,;
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publisher of the Clewiston News that night.Saturday ,made possible the booking of the gigantic : t'! : J'. ', .' Clewiston, Floriday "* ; .'Ry'. .vJ_: ,.',:'"!' 'JK'.v '. .\ ,

suffered a fracture of his arm last February; 2, Florida manufacturers I spectacle for' the annual exposition ,,'. ,' '', ': ..,; ../:. r.' .,: .._, .J ..,?, 1\.i.., \ .:,-". ''':;.. '.: .:Jt, ;. ., ':,>:' .:;' '.
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Sunday when he fell from a toy chute naval contingents, and he pageant, "A, Night in Bag I : / ; "

which[ had been erected in the yardat Boy and Girl Scouts will have charge dad" will be presented 'each nite of : : { ': "
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his home. The broken bones, were of the day. the fair, to gehter with, 32 circus "acts : !: ; ;; : :;: j : :: \ ,/ .:V- V' : :-7---4 :' : :,:,::. *' f '- ". >V

set by Dr. F. L..Tatom after an X-ray Sunday"Februar! 3, all depart- and hippodrome features. .. .' 'A'It' \' \ . "v.3 )" _J. 't \J .,....'"' ', ..v; ;" :. .: '*::. ..t'j.J ,. .- .. '' :;'- -"- : ,
; "* had been taken! and 'the child is now ,.. '' ; '''/' .fi: : '' *

on the road to, recover y. I ,1 ,. -. ''' .-" \: r '.r -V''' c-. : :- *i&tfc'-S$5 ;/':''' .'"* :', > % '
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Elmer Motugomery and Louis Jennings ? : (:' \ : :

".'"i as of messengers Celotextown for: are the now Western employed -- I: : : .,,.'.;::,..1' 'HAULINGDaily '. ," '." .'. .. .:- I j ; : :,' "'- ',-,:V'5." -'"'-.- ;"->: >-.;..:-' ..5.-, ""'-''-"<'," : v'r\77--V"Vi., -ii:<";- :,,';;. ?""i' irl'\: ; r ; : "I 'y j ;


Union company here. .' ". '-" ,'.. .. ...........,......," .' "... ...l!J.v.-' '\ -('. .( :,, >.v. ,. ;/; .? : .. > "< ,
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Morgan in :
spent Tuesday
... I ;, delivery of freight from the A. C. L. Depot'directto '' I
LaBelle on business. '

,. I. A distinguished T ____group_ of. visitors .your door- Short' or long distance hauling is part 0 four'' j.: w, -' .- ',' :, ::: ',,', ;,:

.-;, t .were in Clewiston last Monday as the 'Jl: .. .,, .. i. 'J 1:
work. Leave .
your/orders at. the Clewiston Motor Company : -- : ','' .. \ ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E C. Speer. '- v' I'KJfo.iK**'? '*)? r-',:J.- ..... . ...... ., .. ;NiJ1, ::
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were yf't p,. ; .. ,. '.r '11 4 '"'r' '.\" ";.. "': '' ,. 'I._, ....
They Dr Melvil Dewey, Mr. and "'
1 We are. experts in moving your; household f urrzUure..t' ,," 11' : ,\ '
; Mrs. Burnett .' ,
; Mr. and Mrs. Alton B, ... l .: '
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Jones, and Major, and Mrs. Eastman, *&y: \ .. '"> .,1 "

fI. all of Lake: Placid. The party had -'" f\' : '.' v ':' .-" f .' '. ..' ." .J \ .. \ y&w\ J ,
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luncheon the Keitl oJ'I' : j .
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: later inspected the new I'sugar mill BILL ALLEN : 'rA..; ,.., .'.41'- '."-'". .. .,'. ... !1-.I '.v:'.,c.':)L. '.:', .

and the Southern Sugar company -. 1 ,tit.. ,, r'I .. ,,. ;'flI', .. .
plantations. Mr. Burnett has traveled ': REASONS FOR CLEWISTON : -I-'J' .d '. .. ,
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extensively in Cuba and is familiar ; :A. \ ,
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with .
t sugar cane: operations. Ho ,-J.r. oj 'f.. I. .'I V.iv '
I i was enthusiastic, over the possibilties' I t l ": /: ;.{ : : -. :

/ here. Mr' Burnett is the father-in-law .. ;; ':. x' : < ; .. c" '" ; '. .. i' -,: ': :

of Lyman Delano of the Atlantic \ .... . .. .
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.-'. Coast day Line here,railroad.the party After motored spendingthe back I' .l' I I > : (: :' ''' ':: '. : > < .. ': : ; ,;:: :;{: ;;:/t/t.0. i.J':' : :;;, :,: : ,.

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to Lake Placid where they are spend "S. 4';'..'-,.t' I .. .: .... .. .... '.' ... :. \ '. j '
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/ :*. Automobile t, :;:; :" I I'r : i'f'; ; S f : :: '

Jesse Allhands : .
treasurer
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a,' t Clewiston Building Material! company : ," :' :' ':.--4. ,,,\ .IND] lIS TR, Y <;:t; F. ':' ', ,.... :fbr .: '.. ." .

stricken ,
was this 'week \ :
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Casey Jones and: Mis Boucile Stone 'S "l"t "

motored to Sebring Sunday. i. ; << : .f&: ; .> ,: : :.:':: J ;: ...


A. J. Chenet of Thibodaux, La., arrived I .-
in Clewiston last wek from Ha- .' *<\ Marking the completion three years of .work on a gigantic ,| f
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vana, Cuba to assume his new duties I drainage problem, 'and 'a solid year of 'construction.

:r as chemist. In for Cuba the he Southern assistant Sugarcompany. Let us save you money on repairing your car. ", activity on the new 1.1,500 ton a day sugar mill, Clewiston : ,
was
A'': superintendent for. the Czaronikaw is now about to take its place among the 'industrial cities, :
I Our work: is! guaranteed, our, labor skilled I .
Plonda Sugar company. I of the South. .

worlcrnen: > and our prices are based on the low- i?:

..,:'J Wilbur D. Cole is confined to his \V Substantial payrolls, activities ,of the Southern Sugar ; >
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a: home'suffering from the flu .est possible working conditions. :. :
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.}' ,y ......./ + Company more apartments : .. 1+ Cit'1

\area few !of the basic, reasons for t sound prosperity ': :
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'{'- NEW CROP-High germination test Acetelyn welding and all kin s of automobile i here. \, .. '. ... -'; .. .. -, ',.',. .. .. ,

Giant Stringless Green Pod'' Beans : '' ....: ',, ".' '-. : : .. :' i .
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I $19.50 per bushel, while they last; work. ." ':: .1":.,.\ : '.,>.'.' .. ., ... ., .. : .. ,t I ,.:: :' .':I. .': : "
Burpees Stringless ." !':"' '$" ..;Jt..-,, ,.. r 'i.1'. ,'')". ""..._ .,. \'! . .. Green Pod $17.- :, ,
':J.: 50 per bushel, cash with order. Also < ", : > \ : .X : ," >:; 1.; : t" '" .

'r all other good seeds for Florida After Jan. 15 an experienced mechanic on o( ',. ,. . f '
r growers. Kistner Brothers. 2' Zolfo -' ,, 1- l' 'Il''

s -. Springs, Fla. Model A. Fords will be at our shop' A factory :; : :< '-' :' f' 41,:,S

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NOTICE ; CLEWIS TON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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( The Tax Assessor of Ilendry Coun-
new model Fords at the plant..' 'J .
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ty will meet with the tax payers and "
property owners of the county for w ,' '/.' t 'r !,. :

,';, the purpose oC receiving returns upon -: l. '. .. ... .f : "i'
all properties subject to taxation. : ;Jr S .' ;. : ... ..
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These to ,,"f'., 1" .. .,
meetings be as outlined be- :: :: S '
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I\.':J Reeves'Precinct Residence.No. 5, Felda, Feb. 14: ,"' at 1 Murray Motor Co. :.1 : AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR =BQw4\ : : )

N Precinct No.6, Sears ,, ,- .,. .
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