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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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.caFJoaliPid ouLof C1W1stO flJn'ce th'lP'\ !' of' last' -' .>. Burcjuf! ,. (cTeratlooiut i: costf/j aie; considerably cheaper. West Coast'Arrny iprel\vlijO' IIlar '1.tlHY'Jl1civement : : "
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& ,.thlakb.a.] '1.tlIO Sal1g. q 'a 1S; a-iP is .is. ,'>passable" 'iiJtliocil9) $.'poo.r'.CQIlrW.' ; on1)q.JiS1SX.t; viat\vv }\tative Garner said' tit was dppar.ent1 a long.-'as, there' was.anybJ\ 'avenu?,.' tW.6tO(!..'{ .southtif. .Sugaf-.vV;

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.1'1" grinding/( l' sugars Cjewistpnitc's1"made.the' :.-cited-figiir.es.} : shoF1prJcht, i: \ hailsloped''Ja'rS '::cHrffSult' Ao" get ...fromthe: east but eleven 0'dock"e vnhii. .".. .\
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northern EygladeS. is 'more oVer'.tbe-m'uckMtiis. week. ai'idVre'y ) ? quantities'pfltoHtoe's'. . wanted .:'protection ion the; commodVties. Discussing, the ."problem, with. : the: < ; \ ,
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.than 'a' t S'. ui.actuaIity, I ( nrpgress. being. madp pnitherpadconstruction'work. j T '. produced, to cover, tti.e. longtransportation' : found the, .three t \ r'. '
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niU ,'boU tlx' Sug rland 'drainage l pad" frontf.Sohflf) Bay' to'it fe .lIeuidr J nil j> nf 'tho- Vivn.gressive '.":.
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: 1istrrct. .3: ; : HENRICKSEN r mv'STATION 10. baths ,"vitij' tiib'3 'in eachdpartment; ''v'>;
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> be the biggest social : puiiiig: the past few. rdonths'Hvittii'v ;
,.':'. ;""'.;.a1J',-14.'rtm. ".nl'\ .bdildi' gs. .. Ilqiv they ccujied.k were. :. inra. 1." iw\h* ,-*U;;(. III aS '.rTJ ci.compared-, f j jiens" .pas ?'d.' ':* x"J' "Xt-I -Jiisftdnieln. veW-.the. 4eabnl tire know, underway TO .NEW CAN AR .:tile, announcement; -'T;t .;of apartment, ., '.. ',/. .
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': .: o fOr$. cotipletfon \vitHj: :! lro) 1 ...four tQ. nyQ.hOUl ;-'abW1 ;r e.quire.d -(. >the i county;'' t'eai af' five. o'clock last \ Connection, with the..formal .. 'building prospective: renters. ,.weir on'." { .
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:1 *,,JgiOJ1ditiOn'! operationslvpfr. 'Sunday. afternoon whenfa.'\.large 'del\ : I I mittee i 1s arrangements definite": .'Following the announcement. Jast : .(lease turn to page .::5 t
f jcouipany ttre ot. : are now taking' .
} 8outhern Sugar' BUllIiG' : : egation :from. LaB. lle.'frerfe' 'present? to shaPe ainumber 'surprises week of. the plans torthe". : immediate i. .. .' '_
.t. for {his prospers NEW : :of: are
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pay' their, ]las ; respects} tb onewlio 'beingwi:; ; : > 'out'.for preparation of lands In .'sections! east '
h' that rolls : the program
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and every bag sugar
> 7\vas' .laved by all. '. ,.'jp'- '; '" \ ( .' \\ of here for sugar 'cane :planting, se'v* \. "
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HENDRY'C.oUNJY'AT
t.edged "lhev ::
d'ication
from the, big .11m' here is1 a g \ of :station
.. : tlits .- MATERIE 'USEDGordon Rev.&F. A.:, Shorp.t..It&e's; : EpiS; 'will] oral barge ,'l]loads', pf 'ca erpjllar 'trac-: "
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security, assui'lng\ continuance-hi invocation Rev..
. : copal 'of Fort vM* conduct c0.nsiyan by tors'were 'loaded '
*IJ $ t' church ers ; W" \ on1 barges ahd shipz'
:J'' :-- |t-vrospenty\'. *. .\\7k I:ed 'and ''ini'erm'' i'vtV'stor' of the fewist'on'CoflhifltlI.i1tYiircli VRSH1NTONLEADERSACTIVE '<
." ; j the. buria'eryice, .- ped 'td the South Bay area ,this W ok.;
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":, \'; ,_ v. t. t $ 'Uses Stockade I ''RJyers cemefery 'i* followed'by, short Several ,
) "'; : :r. was injthe'-Forf; : talks .bycln; l 'tractors -are ,loaded, on icli

.. : ': \ j. 11 u !iforpi' closing, hour-'of. 73p Type of Construction '. .Mr. ? IT nri. kse'n' calnd! to'% 'LaBe'lle. pianag\f\ R< to eat Dfffi general .Charge, at. the docks/ ast of the 'Ihn .In] T
the .
Satur- several ar's' ,ago from; Dul th'llll., 'gi wiston com- the industrial dn'd'are ,
< oO JOCk. wUJi- the exceptiorijof. 1 v ) ; 'ind, ( canal 'towed., .
",. ;ci, ,'Y t t', : in \ 1 CoUrt V ; beeii p-, Pan \. :1'4C"A, Jackson-preslr k ', : ,,
"'A ;" l' >f l' |j day nights, : will be rpeger ,. Avhere.he had previously r" ve dent .of the to the designated territory where )

I .;i..,0',='. Closing observed...vby'. cfew- > -- i'' .gag 'd in' 'the; retail. jew lrV-: business .nd;cftficials:. )iston Women's( club work .is -'about to begiri.VhUe' '-' ., "S ,F. ". t.,. Williamson, .'And" .. ::'.i''{"/' f
COt.. A, of construction( "ne'w.: to' : ; th'e /AtIantic .
Coast '
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', : Hour111 iston merchants be- with 'his' two. brotiiers'.Morris. arid : these : r
,. : : Line .' ARepVesentinL preparations', are ,being, 'Ij
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.i... ': f. : .ginnIngiext Mo.nI -, ,I CiewistonTjft* sutcessfujly: ) ; tested ti Nelse Henriikseri.' He" was :Inter st ed I'made' for the cultivatibn, ;',of, the I laiid, : W '. ;,::;. I

Sl night as a resulj of' threvavctivity. ''lyalie'Wales."r liak'e Worth., , and in. in'.the-'real'estate. ',Business'-in: : :La gen\e\ Woiuaug. club on east of 'here several "squads of .trac- .: ,' 'Flood.. Hearing S ,.,,.rCiewistpn. ,,;: < '

: : 't l' fSam' .Schneidmall!, ',local.'merchan't' many ?:cities.-, throughout, north; is.; Belle.. He is* survived, by. iis' widow'. the \1iX"a littee' are )efs- 'tors. are .ploug i g.t ifO: gh''the., 'thick'grovth. .' '. 'l .- '- ; : ,'. ,. 'It.-" ., '

'fiII.-dT: ,,". ,.v 4citus; to'/b'e j .J complimented: : pii his inV beiilgv upe.d1' by '0.V: Gordon local. 'tliree .,ons-and.'r a, .(daughter.J '' "' ., dame$: W. G...f\\ P, Lj Williamson .-'In tr.e 'south SugaHand i .drain-1 .- : was. represented ..at -the \./:" i iI

:.... ;, *t5themosl architect'and/'builder in''the 'erection' ... \.. ". and. William. .Cl0w. while' the '' fmrl.lin I I IWaslKrigton-hearinK-'oil" ; ; '-:<: .: S
.g .: .i ypi e- The move is; .) "-- aid- distrIct.. and-" th'7.O00--- -. aprA--- -----, -federal.., ,., 'as '. '.,..\" '
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Ladles Aid SOCk : '
\, : :..:sGAsible' .taken. by. .Cle'i'i. tOI\ .owners, pf .t th'e.";: three '. e'w1iouses-' .Ie.'Troege"rpburt .'. l'L'l1lis'' r c 4' COMPLETED; I ''FOR", ,r' the Cl! Wiston this' 'secti! n is. being-prepared for.. .slstance.o.h... flood ,control. of' 'Lake r" v- '

.J resultC'3 : 'on'.Sagamore: avpnUe ',: ", Community 'chur\\ uted by '] ''. 'Okeec1iobe F ,L: : i. .' .
:''r.during 1 th'epast ,year, and will : ,repres early. planting. .to cane next. fall. ;; by Wflljam'son-}; ; -;

|/ i.* 1 ji advautagjeously." to tiiQ to vnspeoplelj 1'::1.'Stp'ckacle"/ the. name 'h whlciv. the: *: :: : : (.(.LQCAL' ,
%vTA'merch'ant' in hij, store' fr. 1n'. early I VPlease,- turn topage. .".5'4. 4- ,""J""': '; andlrpick.\iller\\ -I ''eludes .the planting of: JamIs" 1d 'the,. .;cbmphny, 'who, said.. >on' .liis'/-Vi\-. ;' \

,f i :\. :,} n .rhlrig'' til aJnip$t.jr .Hight-r ,. everyJ.J J1. |I.. ."Ty-KvV *t'- ;?, .' of plans, for" the book Thd'. : evening ..?f wi11, d, \vth' :Bare Beach. .' and "Miami{ [ Locks' .rafj. return!'',that' ,the''prospects,'.for. .fed' r l.:'':' ;r'"), :; ]ij 'S
i moving show.'to 'old-fashioned
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pageant '
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." the .Tut, Goristriictioh OP Ia dn'ce. .10 assistance. are .enca"j' o"1'- v1?. '
into : .
: lrg1jt.; ii' week *bCtS a enthei'so'ftie: I { .. '' .: ,.
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) '.i"',' ": "'hi1':'for ,'them to ,get away :ffromt \ '100 Foot Dock Is ; *. be'given by k the" ,. :'.:' ',i' \: .'jentTeachers ; I "kMay' II" j ,Mr .Wi1Jlah1.so :" t..r.eart" ; '' ,. :
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t association. to '
\ ',.: '<: 0heJr J Business'in: the evening''WUl 'give t'th Reel 15 ,Pennsylvanians" :. lias, hen| Sctivear .\. itj 1g-IT.; s: :;; .
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) local
Started 'This for : library' "
funds' a d .. "
*'" $ time tcfvtest :nyi/ engineers'von' the jne'ed of .flood, '""
,,. them noUonly ; but/also. : Make Trip By: ;Bus I : ;' "v" t
., .iif': > fvi school on the '.a cidIted list:was announ' '
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VI!. A: .new. angle l from whihMse7 their, '. 1 1 > : Byj Head S control fn ,this .Section and it. is ,'b.e"x; .
''' \"" < T' Construction ''ofi new 'doclc: pntthe d1liIi week. ..byM'rs..William: I '. '. To'SeeSugMade'Wlieui : sult'-o'f.'h' ,'. ''
: .. ;unes Tliw result wJnjbeL,,! ;v en bet1 I Iin. -\ ., l lieved 'to''he 'as; a T s efforts .v 'i'1that ; : .
:. Industrial. vcanai east of the", Clewis-l : GA ;Aines; jhairmanCof i the committee W L: Murray ... .. : : .%, :
'St\
'i 11". .ry ice"and tUy/sull. more 1 I *( ( jv '" vjv''f' '( wasted "'chair.j .' Majbr\G; ner41 Jadwin 'U; ; .
r t" ." I ;''. %sive" ;I1doulef; )I. ton t Inn' ,was.' ,started' this* week. .. .c.arge.. . ,. -: man ,of the Hendry cC,, board of warm breezes. .. of -.Flbrida. army engineer-: was -so' emphatic, inv'':;.f't; ':' .

,.v"??. \j j_ >ft' 4 _!1 I' t ;:;. ;new, ''dock which.! :'will" replace. Approximately". $150 in 'books'are 'comiulssloner-s.at. the, \\ _. i,_i.ot becl ouie'd ,severai J. ".week's ago ''in the :.big plea,for '-federal' 'sis.tan'ce'. .the.Ofeeechpbee >.r :' '.:l-t: ..

ri d Flprida' ; ,liI** 'bete' theipre'sent one.' will' be 1.00 feet, }long-1 l needed for'the, school. .library'and the I the new; board' ;' in\"T\lIe IttLU and- wIndv pt area 'of'Pennsylvania flood'"contrpl problem ;.. .r.J 'I" '

V'"V ; T and an additional feature 'is that l pageant 'and\movie, ;, to 'be held :" exception ot a\-: \ ; around. ,Ephrata; a 'group of.':thIrteen l ,I.. '
t ; : 4. hous ways' anditieaUS: ; com ." % r .' ': .withithe nsignifi-i ,The. matter' Is. now. in the hands bC ? 'f..t
' { .; I?. I ., / :;..'.t.mltte 'i( will_ bQ built t so. asi to.. afford te. ;feVt* .here-0n. ; "Wednesday1. and /Thursday, cant J suabbles' the' meeti! Bi th'ern pf the Bunker religious: ''s ct. the' flood,, ') Committee at Wash-:; '!< '- t .:,
. J '. 4' t 1 w'"i/If. .jasblng additional in canal- ." j: ,13. and 1 will be, the first i' .. '" 'oressed ? held 'b rrted' and1( .decid6d -' .
the a .
conference .
: :.' mto, 1; t 1 ;? space. ; t ..February' : } peacefully.: : 'iIigton .;and, those who "ttened_ ;lth ; f : :? .

' ; t ''. f .,Triff-41, vigoro'is*mxF.. 1'f':"efforts* to Completiri-'of.( ,: fife: new work willprovklp' of' a erie of. entertainments .arranged Following an .applfcati'iWattt { I.to ,charter a. 'bus, and see. .Florida.Mr. .. .hearfpgs'are" optimistic, as' td'the. out, .> :. 41

C1))) ;. ;.:: ci' 1'. g li*! p/f-otection/I ,- ( :for ..docking., .* facilities not 'only.. 'by tjie localwomen-to raise' the 4-\ Lawler' and., Louis F i m" "S' and Mrs' Henry.,Keffi. of .Gosiien; 'come-* .. ./. />; j *< .. T".- ('.;?; :--"'-..- i.':. ',. ".'-. ,'' .'I'"" >1 f .'.
Xavelyto
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\J >: 1' 'pprid' farmerijJ;} f fpping .toma-. If6r f the, cojrtpany? "and], privately owned ivfjinds necessary. for', the purchase of. at f as attorney. fpr:< tlikd, of.I ind..,' Jl ard.' 'of" it and' hurried. tp, 'Pennsylvania \ ; ,.: \ ': <:'J.': y : .. '" t' 'i&:j.' ,
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:',1 ..trong OppO3tIdIF.cya8 voiced "' I barge 'an& boatS' arriving at Ciewis ,' "'Inlthe pageant. which will open. at T ? seconded J f. byHooker .On-1 January .21.under: the super visio'nk > t '' 4 "" .5', .
-jt.b, reresentaUves ofq1ionla. but ; I and bx ;;.>: ;jl-W:; Christieetnrnec1. Monday. ., \i, .r" ,.
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from ;-other 'points oh .the ake. '. I pclock! on the evening of the A.\\* ; Mr.. ,and MrsJ. E. Krelder, : :. r !' ,",\
.. :. : !ff explained by the F14rlda de1ea,1jou.tjere ton '-. ". ;" -.. T'rJJO: thatthe boarl reliiin* "H. jPf .' 'I, fi-bm ; Washington and New. York : :

.} .i.. ', should b eYe3'1jttJo" that '., .' > ;c" f. >>: .tKirteentii.-and U i' :'fourteentli.' ( ,' school" chil-. fs,-* attorney'or. v an 'Inde' %Ttheirj they"8tarted .put -.and :,traveling .byeasy wliere '.he-ii'a's, :been ,for .the last. ;ifew-" (' ir- .'

't, :: .: ';aq b(said in, Op ( 'a- move COUNT.Y{ VALUATION TO dren'" : ait 'wecks',' of 'preparation:"will riod '--and; on. the same term ,* : stages', they arrived 'in1 Clewis. : weeks ,'iii .the interests..'b{ the drainage {;: / ... ,.,.: .

r -i:;; !Jo. Dt& : the Am bf.'fJjf?' ( 6n a. BE 'SMI,4S"Li4ST.YEAR. ... offer. the5* I pageant' .,. -tlie' pupils'representing -' .whicji' ,he' served during; 1'92S r. ton Vednesday'' and* spent:. a -day. ...seeIngX .and 'flood, control : (of, the' CalQosa-): '.' : .
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!: ::.;; mote substantial t dctrlLynt v '.; : < iNe "J ; .: i ... the". varipus i' ,booksV needed' When, Commissioner. 'pelan'dfr ; : the: carie' fieldsi .wanderlrgthrough : hatchee, '. '.river, ;\and: Lake. 'Okeechobe'e.. .'.-.?. ... .:.

'-f tb .Jj1he : ; ( l.e stoll >rs Special), : J5uch, as1 Alice, in Wonderlandl and. \ matter the mill, 'tmphng1sugar cane. I I '.. ,' ," 0 .'' .1. '.
; the genera'ip. ..; ''jr ways". : : .I ;. f a roll .call on .the \ ',' { ... His reports 'are"veryencouraging"[ ; : ;
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"i G'. ,1 A"%'>Il: UJI WiflS COmrn1t1'thy' t! v studY.'rt'I 'iLaelI'eJan.31yL-Murd', . L. Reeves,, 'oth ts,:,.'/ '{" .1 ., *. '' '1 er'e, '!or and two;against 'Ride,. ( ). ". ,,' (Please: ,, turn, to nage: 5 If/-w'e-clo.: not 'get. action .in Cbngres'sF'>;;-.: 'l .: ; t

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uon take aid tikassess'rfor. Herdryounty has Immediate. after the pageant which. the objectors being .. '' '' theXIndications'ara.that' .. {' ./. ./
: \ -! l llf lmpart1allre \ '" ppIntmenO \ : :this! 'session, : .' .
j .l'\ finished looking over'' .the property; will\ last fpfabout\ half an 'hour, the ''belaney arid'1 'Maddco '.. \ < ;: <. : .' Uie'. The '' ..
f"i ; tb our e be Florida missiOners \ .,. ;. : se will!' at )1 ext ses1on.. .i/' > : :

!,. .' t tL:1w", :, ::.; I 1ho.nlo| -on|| he- dems in Hendry-'county* for*'' T"thb"' "., .1929" .. ta'xf T moving/pidture! ."Lilac. Time?,; \\featur-. :Tfta 'rest Jot the, nie.etln.g'D1.'Oi' ;g1ECOND,, TRAIN.LQ.D, :., -.. ':.": .rpost'fencouraging ,feature Is .that/ it, '.. :.; '. ..' '

{ :., :. TJtIe8.1' -4 I. list he -nnounced'ihisweek and' reported '' s <: jPIeaseijturn: ..t.':'P'age. t>< ed sraoothiy hnd.letiJeI( ,_:mlnu.1 5'5''S < :OFSUGAF"'SHiPPED. seems,'" .that' the ,influential' senators: '.]., ,\:. .,'
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t I.: ,that_ .the, valuation .onfall '; .1" .,'' the f'''meeting are, pn! file; 'at ..theistOEi' ; *-4. 4 ... : 5 :'' fand'representatives are well acquaint.ed -'./; .) "r .. '..
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> J of .fania > the propertythis. ')'eai: i is tfie, same, WAREHOUSE. ROBBED t; / < : ''ni.'Clewiston's, second : 'trainload i ( 5' and conditiphs : '.<, I.
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I bf''X'"o, ,,. ._( the Dun. fii 1 e[ sect I I as before al1d'\-iil. ( therefore. rer. I'' f ', \ .l>' .+.lupubhIc.' I"-1'": ..::-' .,,. ."'.\'.'. ."I .Verglades.rown'sugar; ; :"prpunc' 4 ''In' ': here,* NThey realize 'that. no 'section '.In.> :;;.; ,
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i :;,::: ......1.(.1.. ), I 1-.spent day In ceive. the",Carrie-'" valuations, ,,,Vvhich. "i: (Ciewiston 'News.-.Special) 1 : k't- ,_ ...' ., -., ':_tV't-. I' ,"" ". ,' .J.'V.: \ ,; OO.ton:: ,y."n-.iI'J1! '/Was I the ;j.tlnlldd. Stated has suffeied., ; more ,.' '. '..:

? Dinards. Ie' 1 t -h i reflects the Sfflciency"of .'tFiiscepartment' ; -, Lal3el1 ,,/Jan. .31. BurigJlng'\liiSvea '' : ; .1p this week 'toXtfi g'ari"re. control :'than.' :
1 n' 3.ii' ., 1 > : : < : I'N': W'O ;1C ES.'W i ped. <; */. froniy.tphelackiof') flood, .: "' "
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; Hereweek1: of county gov 'n'rnent.1 breaking 1 Jhto.ttlie', warehouse ."of-- : : ;' ': vital L', '.-'
''- ,, a tour. o ? (. = r.'ds; at Sa.vanniah.Th re :'Wer.e : PUTS. We also have some assets

r, \ ? : F orf '. From 'the ...j .:: ', :',',' ',' Air Line--,railroad .here"lastIMonday ; 'bf':the SouthcrrIsugar ; carloadsj. '' totalling-niore! ; than: :such' as the sugar Industry by Wliich .',.,'. .
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, \ ,'iI JtI4; ? 'c state' th yma he, trip to risked..how, they! 'decided. -or.* rIo'..'comil1'g.% nIghtTpyerloblc6d[ a 'valuableshipment rt Moving, ,, Erom' the| aid 'Administratioii.building.to :J.i 'of' ",the' '325 pound? : ,oags. This' '\. the ;whole.country will be benefited.We. ".r."j'

, .' .1 -1?: .1i'1trtd by IlS.- nUl ;..jiow high tp;" Ciewiston; ho-said I I. .that| ...tlirshad[ -,'ot': : automobile .tires; .*wiile 1 .' company ; .\ second. trainload' :of :sUgar. toj.jVqm ; feel, very grateful' for ::the l Interestandc 5 .:: }.. .

r 'I. ". I '-' 'activity* arid"*lo wOuld they stole', 'a.'tow.'. t1 es of. smoklrig : the newly.complet'ed'6fffces week *. .
I .: ; 1 "flY 1ft .VI lun er'nst on is cornY read ofthe here ClewJsfon. within: : work. "that Mr. ". Christie Mflatik11n : ..
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.I ,. !.' f'" itefL "'ClewIstQni,, 1 ?i(he beaten ha'velelt: that,.,.tliejr"i I had r* missed.V the.; :.tbba'ccoj. riailroad' "' :.detectives. .and 'v u ..,of' '. the.-' ..\I.i Southern'. ,' ,.'Sugauconpaflr stan!t.n9 t :more than ., $2 ,'OOOo An- 1t '. 'and .;"Mr.;% WilHamsou ii' have ,
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'P1 ''or motor tour, stM 1.t" J1) )' '.'partbf -the, %'tate if. \j tt ';';re:7vorl1h; i thucasei '_.otfies adjoining. ..>sS::; y/ith-r ;tatceit ',. -this :federal -1. "
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A77Rrj VIS TON FLORIDA ,
__ CLEIVISTON ; -J.
;; FRIDAY
.u FEBRUARY
PAGE T'VO.. ..- 1, 192&bentonia

': The Times-Unlon's Impression ot Clewiston is well summed Mup( In the j
'j" : The Clewiston News STATION AT WORK or sestyania, a woody shrub
I ;. : .t, following which appeared' in last Friday's issue!: of the Jacksonville paper ) common Florida
"', .. Successor to The Clewiston Progress! .l "-1 ( are poisonous

.' office'Entered tow that the machinery. ,, of the new Clewiston mill I has startled, a.. new birds eating them, antI'twice that
8 1928, 'at the post ON LARGE I
ns second.class matter February '. .f : NUMBER number are. nearly always fatal.
March 3, 1879. .' .. fcra is on. .tap for that sub tropicaflection. of Florida. This will injclude] not r
the Act of I Birds should
at ClewIston Fla., under I I r. !1 N be kept from these
Publisher: i only 'the growing and grading of sugar cane but will also take iiy/-( U c' manufacture OF 'PRO CTS HERE plants unless the pods are picked1 1 off fi

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MORGAN . \
LaVIS I /"*.. of Celotex, a building material that. has wide. popularity. Ift has been 4 and destroyed.' \f)}
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Toir iniiiniii .ii.. Ed tor., I definitely established that the manuVic'tui; ; e of,, 50 different, by|)r clucts is. -t- The Tobacco Experiment Station,
SMITH Many New Facts Learned located at Quincy, discovered duringthe

.subscrilUon Rates A Other by-products which have a good cale value include. molasse" '. / Industrial, year that heavy applications of
k' Y Experimental
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the best known at preseWis, 'Celote .. stable manure were detrimental to
Florida possible. from sugar cane of which x.. .1 a .
By mail in l I *
mail outside of 11'loridaI I *" 'l Station the ,quality of shade tobacco and _
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By \100
$2.5tJ One" Year ,y, $2.00 alcohol, and cellophane which is a moisture proof ,jmper.. B. G Dahlberg inventor .*+ ,
carried on fork toward "the '
p' development -
One Year )
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Six months. 1,50 SIx months. < a of Celotex. and president. of the Southern Si/gar../ company' has not officially Gainesville, Fla.-\Vorkers at' the of disease-reslstant. strains of 1
.75 Florida t .
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Three months stated how many of .these varied prdducts will be manufactured at Experiment Station conducted cigar wrapper tobacco. .

Investigations on 121 projects dur- -j'L ----- .
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: !Clewiston but it is expected that many of them will be turned 'out as the ing the past f, -. ,
year, and learned many '
transportation NOTICE
.1. Definite control of Lake l Okeechobee with water transportation and work of the mill proceeds. The people of that.section are very optimistic, newsfac.ts 'which are. being given out The Tax Assessor of,'Hendry County -..,

'2. Earl" completion of the highways for, local '. since the.... the mill and the entire 'Everglad/s" district s ems'to to the people of the state, declaredJ. will meet with the tax payers and -(t

concentration or products. ... openmg.of. "., 1" VranclsC ooper, editor 'of the Station property owners of the county for

substantial downward revision of freight rates on deg,tables a'tJetoher have taken on a. new life as a result,. j judging from the'ciewspapers J received. in a radio the purpose. of receiving :returns upon
3. A r falk over WRUF on all properties'subject: to taxation. ,
products ot this region to the northern marltets. from that part of the state." .. < *'. / ''.:Ii" January 19. These meetings to 'be as outlined be-. f-f
for '
association .
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marketing A \
: low
of cooperative r' : j
functioning a In
lul .
4. The cooperation
.... ,. 'with "four other. Precinct No. 1, Clewiston, Feb. 11,
both buying and selling purposes With the;question whether movies i of Hoover's: jphing! : ..trip will: be called state experiment stations'! the Flor- at Post Office.PrecinctSjo. I

Al/i/view: ida station made extensive tests of 4", Ft. Denaud, Feb 13,
,. FEBRUARY 1, 1929 "Hoovies", we'ie wondering whether any.10C /. of his slSnlng the at Post Grace. "
hairy
0\ and
I fRIDAY :, J "' *". Monantha vetch In an at- ,).
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/ '" .t.- i u f / *' /- Precinct No. 5, Felda Feb. 14, at ),
limeliglit,*might not be called Balkier. '. .I r : :. ;/_ ,\:. ";, tempt to produce seed. More than 80 : Reeves' Residence. t t.
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"' :' .. THE AUTO LICENSE FEE I T-S I : plots were planted and included, different Precinct No. 6, Sears,%! 'cb. 15, atJ
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ssoi first shipment of Clewiston sugar ent to the refinery Savannah rates'and dates of ,seeding, different ..
today in Orlando members of a new organization, an With the at Precinct No. 2, E. LaBelle, Feb. 1C,.
At meeting depths
a of planting and different
licenses, are discussing{ a plan to Georgia will be the first state' to dirJly l feel l the,.'result rf Clew-. at Court House. '., .
ciation i for theeducSbn of motor vehicle l ,, rates of fertilizer. Very little seed,, Precinct No. 3, W: LaBelle,. Feb., .' I

in auto license fee""hich on the face or it Ierserves iston's progress. j* >r .' .. --j.",:' : ',,.., were obtained from any of the p ots. 18, at Court House. '' \ .. l
areduction w. HURD'L. .
bring about '. :} l' Tests ', ,, REEVES "
automobile owner in -the state. .' I conducted with. steers oil pasture > :., .Tax ;Assessor. I
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of ..
attention and -support every 4 P14'
showed '
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the that y
yet? ; seven steers madean 2 t.
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'.::,, t c:5 of the stat, but by Have you visited the new passenger stain I & ..:
The plan, as'outlined: is not to reduce the revenue. average daily gain of 1.24 'poundsfor I

more efficient operation to reduce the cost of handling the licenses.. A town know-all asked last week what/e. are going to talk about now 210 days with no feed except that- *. supplied _
1 by the pasture. Bermuda
J Jtem license plates by private agencies and f ,
,. Instead of the Present of selling. that the mill is finished j to which the, ans 'r is sugar,: celotex, more mills, Dallis. The pastures were well fertilized ]1 j .. -
have the plates distributed to Try us for Job Printing
would and
., the plan 'ot this new organization n and some, 49 by-prducts in addition to celrX, to say; nothing of roads, railroads Included' seven acres of
'. with the present r land. '.
the municipal clerk in each community, which would do away drainage, farming, bulldiDg'deaths.lirths; social life, politics, schools From, LOST Pair
experiments conducted for Horn. Rimmed Glassesin' -

system to the tune of a saving of some $150,000 annually. lurches. telephone. buildings, love, murk, joys. 'sirrows. Forsooth. a' dull. ; several years at' the Experiment. leather case in Clewiston Mon-

.':: That suggestion will undoubtedly he welcomed l by Governor Carlton. who. life! I'" I e tion it seems to be doubtful vhetherit ., day. Finder", leave at lewiston b

in the t which will effect a saving c pays to ;fertilize peanuts, Mr. Cooper News and receive reward-.of $ ,.-'
suggested economies department '
already '
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/las said. The'' use of fertilizer, seldom N. C. STORY. 4' .. '
1' .. The 1liami'Rive'ra under the head/ of Souvenir de la.Guerre. outlinedthe \ .i'"
5100,000 a year. .
than
of more :a I gave more than an increase of 100 '

In addition to reducing the fee one half making private passenger. cars following philosophy of a FrenchfIU. :' ., 'I' y : I pounds of nuts' per acre, it was' I

,5. cents I per hundredweight Instead of the present 50 cents, the organization Of two things, one' is certain: you're .mobilized 1 or' you're, not found. However' spactlng tests indi- DR. DENTISTWill P. H. JONES

., jther cate that it is possible to get a larger (,
monies received from the license tax. be Moore Haven the
suggests radical changes in the mobilized. in the row and having.the rows n on

.' Th distribution are present is: 5 per cent to maintenance of state road If you're not mobilized, there i// need to worry; if I you are mobilized, er yield' by planting the peanuts clos- r following dates:
Jan. 78-9-10-11-12-28-29-30-31
department; 25 per cent to maintenance and construction of county roads. of two things 'one is certain" :.' EithE/ou're behind the'. lines, or'you're at the 1 closer.Work by ''the Feb. .1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23- v...
veterinary department -
*. and. 70 per cent to construction and maintenance of state and state-aid roads. front. jf \ r showed, that the seed of dau- Mar. 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23

Uder the new plan the distribution would be: 30 per cent to the constl"Uctlon If you're behind the lines, ye *. no need : to worry; ,if you're at the -

., : and maintenance .of state, and' state aid roads, 30 per' cent to the front, of two things, one is cert// Either you're:resting in'a safe place oryou're 11 .

construction, and maintenance of county roads; 30 per cent to the maintenance exposed to danger. *J : "*'

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of streets in municipalities distributed according to the number of If you're resting in: a safe(ce there is no',need* to 'worry; if you're exposed : ,
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
licenses bought by residents of these municipalities and ten per cent to the to danger,'of two. thing;ze is certain :Either youre wounded or you're

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maintenance of the state road department. not wounded.. // .. -,
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.. } 'Like all .new plats it has its advantages and !disadvantages, but ,It seems. If you're not wounded fi e.,1s: \ no need .towpjjr"; if, you're wounded of
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f't x reduction,f license.&fs.. ;s X: .-J:&>>!outloss i ; ;to is eertal/hither; you're :wounded. nP4rl!i :[Jnsli "dr you're Let 'save 4
:. that' th plan ;for the'50'rper-ceut ., two things one / ; us you money on repairing your 'old I *

'' the state worthy of mature deliberation. wounded slightly.. '- j jIf .
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.. car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled I h '
J -3 you are ,wounded sill, there is,no need to1orry; If youre wounded
.ft' -:., '
I seriously.of two things //Is certain: Either you recover or :you die. workmen and our prices are based on the lowest
'. NO OCCASION. FOR PESSIMISM IN FLORIDA f { ,4 \ ,

-4 possible working
conditions.
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Florida. ., )iclental II III I I

very much occasion for iptimism, for hopefulness, for encouragement and forgoing An. A :Accomplice Machine shop, acetelyn welding; all kinds, ofautomobile

founded and with energy unabated. -' I
inward with faith well I
of N I I work. i i.t
evidences WILLIAM/'NS/
the state are outstanding
., Here, there, and everywhere in BY .

',' he fact that optimism prevails, .that men are ,looking forward and not, back- Copyright 1928, Djda* t 9' I

not ,Comas{' I I II
others have had discouragements, they are.
ward, that while they like 1
Infi/6ne/
slackened. Men like these, credited, gener- Only the ;
dismaped nor have their energies said Sara uanda >' jntly, "why MOORE HAVEN SALES CO-

ally, with possession of sound common sense, and with business ability. are e, land I
raindrop fa11eth l ,
forward their investments in Florida land and in Florida enterprises \Vhcas, shall say FORD (0)
going making on the sea, LINCOLN FORDSON
It does I.
sincerely believe that Florida is basically: where It falls obit I I
because they
simply thou to de :
'. or is ,wrong wuler
exceptional, Numerous and varied opportunities All
sound and that within the state are of .
dispute.what ,
'c j
.' to be utilized to very great advantage. dained?" ,I I------------------------------------------------------------------------___________ 1

Easiness men in general, every one pf those whose faith in Florida. is "VVHli G.'e of farewell, 1 1 ,. ... I 'I". .: I
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aui.7 and left the 1 d a. .. j
: based on fundamentals' are going ahead, with keen and clear appreciation turned rU the doorway : :.. K ; .f G I f ," t I I
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pausing I..t. I
.fof what. of gooCfiat present and future offer and hold out for them. The'' I gird culatively, and I 1 1 ,( J

; tare not thinking' bout quitting-not for a 'minute., Their 'chief t lou'ghts and raising th.e3ds hij as if in 1 ii> :I

4 vanish /ng them alone. 1 YOUR APPEARANCE: 1 :1
r activities are by way of preparing themselves, their conditions and surround- they sat silent', ,; ; i
For'atnt r
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ings, for acquiring the better things ahead. i, of his presence. j ;. .
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by taieoth of 'them it' '" 1 .t ; ,. .
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Men, such A tare these, and Florida has many of .them-men, such as these, seemed: 1 t, a + i
h Qf Wg words that f : ; I I II
I ,not talking and acting pessimistically. They are talking, if talking at all, j he. Vf curtains of the '.,. 'e.." r 'It i :

inS t ill ,.
hopefully and encouragingly. And at the same time they are working with }'' been thrust aside Ii' 1 : i
'c Holie .. .' ? _
all the energy and with all the intelligence they possess, realizing that nothing they'/been permitted a \ 1 .
I "jOf the overpowering :
but disaster is to be the result of bemoaning and of refusing to see things g J t* mystifying universe.nda's. t.'f' -
a
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dor bel'I :," !I
in their true light, and to comprehend, with the aid of sound judgement, cI words had left ; . 1 ,I

: what Florida means to them.now and in the immediate future. These. then, t oth a humiliating 1 ,

1 wn, insignificance and i Your Home :
are the men who are pushing forward, who are getting even 11msome of ortance In the great j ; ,- /I. ,. '.

I. 'the rewards, of intelligence and industry, with. still greater rewards to come' What were they but; two : ; ..r- :- ".. __ 'J ;*'
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to them as' the years go'by.' I=helpless raindrops which! .;' .. Laund:

.fened to fall side by side? 1
\ "Big capital evidently has not lost faith in Florida," said 111i. Walter ,V.I' .[
to bother .
use worry or : .

Rose, a forward-going citizen of Orlando addressing a recently-held, forward dice they had come, or why : : I
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(e there, or what other ; ;: CLEWISTON STEAM LJNDRY .
going mass meeting in that city. For evidence of what he said, Mr. Rose cit' 1 ,
\t. 1':' d done? ; % d ;
.these few but incontrovertable facts saying: : + "
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,. l/-Alan sprang to his feet, and'
Clewiston
"In the last three years the railroads have invested $125,000,000, t lcfoQ< to meet him. .) I

ephone companies, $22,000,000, the power; and light companies, 100,001()0(] "Carol, dear heart" he cried. .. ....... ,,' \
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while $42,000,000 have been spent for port development.. Three. hundrejf/was wrong, all wrong.. '\Who .am ./ '.. ,J'" 1rida. :
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judge, to "
quarrel with'destiny, to -
lions have been invested In home building, $200,000,000 IIu city develo J
\ [what's right or _wrong? .' J '.

,' I and $100,000,000 for road construction. In all nearly a billion and a j i "Only this we know," Uie' girl : '-;, '
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million dollars have been invested during this period which is 'onethe -' plied, her eyes aglow, "In love ; .
$ % / happiness." : 1 I
money in circulation in the entire United States.*-TimesUniorla ; .

;:',, .. / As she spoke his powerful .arms I ; /

''. folded her in a hungry, crushing 1 ': .

.': Edison says he's more Interested in rubber than bridge. See a brace, and his lips sought hers : < Cleanliness next to ,/ dliness ;
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long, sweet, ardent kiss, as from :
!, :- couple. of rubbers either way. /
\. :.;:.', eyes there fell two raindrops- c

:. Was raindrops.At :
t This week's best came from Ed Lambright of the Tampa T last Carol Dare''
understood : .
:1is
f.s .. : .
" r that a 'literary movement' when Eliott hit Blanton with the message that Sarananda': had told r ?l '
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earned money for her improvement marks when used for concrete form Palatka, Jan. 24-Four ':,.I
men were
I HOUSEHOLD HINTS NEW\ HARD PANEL I .
FEBRUARY IDEAL through her canning and preserving. work. The resultant' smooth surface trapped In a fire in a sawmill here ''J

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of the concrete is a satisfactory fin and were seriously burned and are 4''

.. MONTH TO PLANT I Weekly from Home Demonstration. .To support Window Sashes BOARD IS MADE ish in certain types of buildings. In a hospital. I ,

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Wall
board
-the
not great strength, 4
sashes
window pro-
,, Specialists, Tallahassee To support

FLOWER GARDENS t By Virginia P. Moore vided with sash lines and pulleys, obtain OF CANE FIBRE smooth surface and the sxjiierion finishes New York, Jan. 24-Captain Fried
I .obtainec with hard board
panel
a number of ordinary bottle and his crew on the America rescuedthe

tc I"c HOME: IMPROVEMENTIt corks .and a bit or an augur of thesame make it a better mateilal, for all 31 men off of the steamer Florida

} Cannas And is the woman who should take size. Bore three or four holesin Material Has 10 Times building uses ,where ordinary wallboards last night.
Gladioli I
the leadership in changing the the side of the sash and inserta The Tensile Strength / I are' now used. .-
Those I
Ros'ss Among "house", into a ""home". piece ,of cork; in each of these, let- Of I Oklahoma City ,' ;nn.-AH eighth ,

i To Be Planted "It soirnds preachy, I know, to say ting it project just enough to rub Ordinary WoodA Shanghai, Jan .-Many persons impeacnment measure, was voted by

that "all }buildings-' depend for their against the groove of the window killed when bandits' attacked,-, a small the house of representatives against

In connecton wth the 1 beautful, yard real beauty upon the spirit of the frame. The elasticity of the corks: I giainless hoard with a tensile town near here. l Gov. Johnston I
strength of 4,000 the
\ raised pounds to
will admit of the window being -
contest announced last week by the people who Inhabit them, but it is !
square' inch, about ten times that'of
" will sufficientto
but the pressure be
-J 1 .: '. local Woman's club, an nr k cle ths true." Every member of the family sash at desired the common structural woods, is now
support the any
' should contribute his or hear part to
week from ,Gainesville on the planting being manufactured from sugar cane
.. ; height. Renew the corks as often as ".-
should be When the woman's spirit is broken fibre under hydraulic pressure. I
: of flowers in February J necessary\ ;
., -- interest the REAL improvement of the home This new haul board is of I HAULING .
'/ (; considerable in this sec panel a ,
\ of I ..
# side of "
the ill-arranged physical *!,
by I Sashes homogeneous material, analogous In .", .' -:.'
;'; :- 'tion.. I the house, she cannot make a great To: Lubricate Window this \ I > : : "'7 '.' 0
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respect to steel
It
I' that a plate. contains -
.... : *' With lawns, flowers and shrubs doIng success of converting the "house" To lubricate a window sash .
no glue, or binder and its
the rich rubs or swells in damp- weather so '
in
well
; .. ::' ., ,... black! exceptionally muck in Clewiston the following into Women a "home.in all sections_ of the 'State that/ it cannot be raised and lowered unique strength results from the highly I Daily i] delivery\ of freight from the A. C. L. Depot direct

: compacted and dense mass ot in
to be planted in along readily, slush freely with common
of flowers Florida thinking more
report of are
to make yellow soap. the edge of the sash and terlockingfibers that are pressed to i i to your door. Short or long distance hauling is part of our
possible demonstration
,. 11'. February makes it this important phase of home gether under enormous hydraulic
which it This
in the in runs.
town
groove
beautiful
Clewiston the most club work.] pressure and heat. During the work. Leave orders the Clewiston Motor
i' ; ;i may be done by moistening the soap pro- I your at Company
winner in ,
\ state > One outstanding prize
the :
, cess of manufacture at the Celotex
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when very little and rubbing it over the parts, or by
month
is
f contest
.. I February is a the Kitchen Improvement bulkof company's, factory at Marrerro, La., Wc. arc experts in moving your ,household furniture
its
'. k'. planting is done in nor.thern. making a real contribution to the dissolving! the soap in own each fibre is made water' resistantso ." -.

_: : states**but it is an ideal time to put making of home "homes." Mrs W. water, and applying the scat jelly that this material absorbs very
in FlorIda with a a brush. Or use a wax candle
flowering shrubs O'Brien of Manatee county, win-
M. :
out many little ,moisture when it gets wet and
Major W. L. Floyd, assistant : in the State Kit- insead of soap.To'Prevent .
'J t. stated ner of first prize ; an ordinary rain leaves it practically
( 4 dean of the Colleg' of Agriculture i chen contest for 1928, will be a better .... Window Sashes from uninjured. BILL ALLEN

",.,: :;,'. University of Florida, In a radio home because of her Improved kitchen RattlingA .j'....
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half of clothes pin 'will cure Expansion and contraction of hard
\) ".' a
WRU "ache
talk over } Her "back" will not so
dor- temporarily the rattling of a window panel board Is so small that for most
.; ;.. Our plants are more nearly much, because now she, has height- .

\t _'plant .at this time, transpiration is ,ened working surfaces and bes use sash.; applications? they can be neglected.,
.. and On account of its high tensile
'.. less, and ,the injured roots heal she will not have to lift those heavy :
Lock strength, smoothness, and homogeneity -
Burglar-Proof
'j;: new ones form, as as to be ready- for buckets of water, or lift out that ,
which comes a Lock the door, leape the key: in hard panel board is eminently
the glowing season "slop-bucket, she put water into her
/ the lock, ,and keep it there by means suited to such uses as the following:
he added. sink correct
little later, kitchen,'' a good the
.> of wiro 11 inches 'Furniture-case ,backs and drawing
to heavy
suited _a copper
shrubs well
,, Flowering, height, and sewerage. Neither does
? Florida and long bent in the shape of a hairpin. bottoms, table tops, and various oth-
:: A the soil and ,climate of she have to lift that ironing board : IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
: planted In February Put this over the spindle back of the er furniture parts; also 'as a core for
': T :which may be back and forth from, its hiding place '

::" a'1 ',p.( include abelia, buddleia, Callistemon, each week, or when ever she wishesto knob, with the ends down throughthe veneering. !I. .

h 'draU"- head of the key. The key then Radio panels-hard panel board Is
%::: ;' camelia, cestrum, hibiscus: do some ironing, for she inducedher SELLINGIN
IN '
i ., spirea andY cannot be pushed out or turned bya easily fabricated and practically any -
oleander,
; gea, jasmine, husband to fasten that ironing
,
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i: tool or other key inserted finish can be applied. '..' -
piburm m. Roses belong to this group I board with hinges against the wall.It burglar's BUYINGIN .
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from the outside. This is a convenient Automobile panels-six panels of 1
$.v to,, Professor Floyd said. is easily buttoned to the wall when is:
0.< perennials may device for a traveler to use'in commercial vehicles, tops of cabs, in : '
Many herbaceous not in use, when lowered, it is the :, .- FARM LAND
keps.are 1 strument boards, dash boards door I
Among hotels, where duplicate ,
this period.
during
be planted proper height for her to sit on her
often issued to servants and others.Or linings, and various other automo
'' canna,
,1: .ft.' them are alyssum, aspidistra, stool and do the week's ironing. .
end of the wire may be fastened bile body parts. :" .
lilies and tube- one .. ...
"' crinum, gladiolus, That ceiled wall will save much "in Clewiston '.,:.'
I' from 'bulbs to the casement by means ofa Motor board and ship panels-par or near ', ;xf: :- ::,
t .' v roses. These are grown cleaning. Heretofore there was a ,, .
: be planted I staple, and the other' end formed titions, roofs, and sides of deck I -\'' '7 ">',
or root stocks and should great deal of the sifting of sand and
enriched into a hook to hold the key in posei- houses of motorboats and stateroom
: carefully
in well prepared, dirt. Those narrow, conveniently ar- :
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but of tion. ', and corridor bulkheads'or. partitionsas WRITE f
soil which is well drained ranged enamled shelves and tables J
Or an ordinary hook may be used well as ceilings in large ships.
capacity.
holding
/jgood water on casters will save "steps" and
.... much interest in for this purpose. Motion picture settings-floors, ',
There is always "nerves"too.. She says she loves to CCUL-LY
walls, and ceilings in studio settings
.annual flowering plants as these can wash dishes;! now, for she has plenty

'.'be started so- easily and bloom so that dish dryer that will save so Washington, Jan. 24.-Rear Admiral Signs-the smooth surface and Cleryislon's Pioneer Real Estate Broker
l flatness of hard panel board produce
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: quickly. Many of these are planted of nice water, the drain pipe, and Billard said today he would be delighted -

earlier but succession plantings con- much "wiping"* In' fact, the amountof to see a medal presented to superior signs.Concrete .
forms-in view of the fact
&.. tiuue into February. Plants which are surface she wiped before getting the crew of the America who rescued
that Hard board is made
panel itlong
': "; cold not plant'I .the dish. dryer. -as. equal tq the dimension .the men off,of the Florida 750 miles' ,
; wide' sizes, 'It eliminates board
ed until after of an average city lot from New York. ,
*. month, when all. danger from frost, She has more time left to read and -- -- -- -

-a except in unusual cases, is past. relax, can give more thought to. the Miami Beach, Jan. 25PresidentElect .' !' :.
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\ @h, k. :''Those which may be planted right training of her children, and can keep Hoover ,went fishing today but ., : '.: I I.

v-'away are ageratum, aster, calliopsis, "Billie" her "pal" husband cheeredup : had no luck in catching anything. .. j.' t... ": \ : .. o' 4 '

cosmos, marigold, nasturtium, petu- when prices are too low to make 1 > ft e4

nit phlox, poppy, ferbena, and zinnia. any profit on his truck farming. She I Buenos Aires, Jan. 25.-Four soil- *' ; -*. I'

.. already is making plans for improv; I diers were killed when they were at ,- > r. 4

.. in other rooms this year. She tacked by Paraguay civilians. .



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:' l{ Tampa, Jan. 31.Italian: industry, r f <* /
Automobile i
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invading'America markets with its :. .'
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\ choicest products, has completed fi- ; l'i -L :': "- \AMESSAGE.TONORTHERNERS :-. I N '. .

':Sial plans this week for" its debut .- "c'-' '. ,- :' .
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schedules as a feature exhibition at : : : : '.
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the South Florida Fair, which opened ; Repairing ): :.
\ *" :. To1 who the blasts in the north
[ here Tuesday. : : \ ,. i you are, having wintry ,
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"':I Over 700 boxes. crates, barrels and Y... .' ,. .

cases, carefully packed. for the long \ ;/,' lewist n'is< calling. s.: o'r

shipment from the Italian provinces, '

fA\ have reached the South Florida Fair; ,{t" ..',. : V. ,r ..

1 machine work from the world's great- ]t:-:* Temperature for the past week averaged '78 ,degrees

\ \\ An automobile valued: ,at $34,000, Let us save you money on repairing your car. .. ... .. .

,, est shops and from the lathes of the and the waters of Lake Okeechobee, a stones throw from ,

old master machinists, equipment Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled \ \

considered standard on the.'continent I the Inn lobby, are shimmering in warm sunshine. .

but strange to American: 'consumers; workmen and our prices are based on the low- '

are displayed in the industrial exposition \ ,'.';. 'S'. ,
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est conditions. \ \ .
a which 11 Duce-hopes will possible working a '

prove an entering wedge to theAmerican ,. .- Dodge. the:winter and play at Clewiston.. .', ; (
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and all kinds of automobile ,Ji'!:' .: ,..
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'' \ the South Florida Fair :and the na- ... 1 I'r

tl..'0' \ Ya itional\ recognition it: has. received work. ? ...' ..- ,. :. ,, ':.

.. through the variety of' ,products displayed t, ... ,:. .' J ;,

Italy chose the South Florida '"' '

Fair- for the first display of its industrial After Jan. 15 an experienced mechanic on M. E. KYNETT,' Manager.. : .
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products on,( the/;! ,American. : : "
( 't\\\\ continent. "- Model A. Fords will be at our shop. A factory : \. .': ,I ,. .

\. t.V, Interpreters have arrived from I '

f J Italy and Washington, D:..:C. to guide: II trained man will then be able to service all ,. : ,. : TheClewiston Inn ; ; ,

visitors through the display departments ., ,

during tho' falr' and explain j new model Fords at the plant. ..E .,! {', '<"1
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'the shipping board and ordered to relinquish Clewiston FloridaFord "
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:'s' VJ' First Mate, Manning so,that he may .' '
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George. Loveland Pettee istered at tho hole} and called on.. L. //. JOHNSON, Jr. .r' self, as one of the ceremonies in the .:, '

La several merchants in town. BURIED AT ORTONA celebration of his birthday : : '. !eJ .
Mr. J.oy.. Christie, who I was ,r ,', -
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Belle's repiescntative at the drain- : : ,' ,.. "
And fr.V. ftockaday or Miamiwas : Funeral services for L. H. Johnson
age and flood control meetings in Washington, Jan. 25.-The bill for i iI

Washington was delayed in New the latest i to register Tuesday. jr., eight year old on'or Mr. .and I an increase in the prohibition! enforcement \ ', SITUATION WANTED

York because of an ,accident of his Last but, of' course- not least aro Mrs, L. H. Johnson, who died last i was signed by President Coolidge .' ',. .' 1)

brother in law, but arrived -in La Thursday after few hours today. Also from Washington
( Mr.' anj.1. Mrs. D. W. Small, the new- n illness, Competent Stenographer ,desires local
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Belle t Monday. '... .... Uj:,>efs, from our own city of LaBelle. were held last Friday morning_ at the Senator f '. ,.
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home of Gue McGhee with Rev. W. The' permanent position. Moderate salary. ;;
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': at his Virginia estate. senate adjourned
Mrs. James Nevcomb, Miss Olive T. Bailey, pastor of the Clewiston ,
SPECIAL EXCURSION in memory of him. Best references. Mrs. Small Clew-l
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Newcomb and Miss Edna Moon were Community church officiating. Inter- ,

visitors in Fort Myers. \ ment was in tho Ortona cemetery, : .',
Saturday The Seaboard Air Line railway has I London, Jan. 25,-The court hear- iston News. ", :': /:.. ',. ',
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announced that from January 27 to the Salvation Army c.
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family vault in time cemetery to ,which charge '"
February 8 a special fare of one and II next ,, .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Pettee, Misses was postponed until Tuesday. ., \
the of the
body eight year old boy
one-half the first class one way fare .
L L. and S. E. Pettee, and George will be moved.. t S .
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Loveland Pettee spent Saturday in will be charged for a round trip tick- The boy who suffered an attack '"Belton, Texas Jan. 26.-Two \hundred ',, 1 : ()
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Fort Myers on business and pleasure. et to the South Florida fair in Tampa: f and fifty girls were driven into
of membraneous croup late Wednesday 1
the freezing weather when the college '" I J
night was rushed to the doctor's
\ Motorists from LaBelle to :Fort here bqined to the ground. The .
PROMINENT COUPLE MARRIED office about three o'clock' Thursday <-''', )r
Myers notice that there is about ten cause of.the fire is not known. rtt
morning where he died a few hours

1 acres of ground being cleared between :, Denis Small assistant to E. E.Gooduo I later. W \ .
Washington Jan. 26-The senate
Fort and Alva. .
Denaud -
and Miss Lucile Rudd, both Except for a slight cough which
r was directed to investigate the con- .

i Mr. G, F. Ilenninger of a Memphis I prominent with the younger set of was not thought to be serious, the I test between Rockefeller, Jr., ;and Col. '**........................ ..... ##.......O#....... .... .
I LaBelle were married Sunday eve- boy was apparently In good health,
agriculture stopped in Henry Stewart for the control of 'the Stand!
paper ning in Moore Haven and are staying and friends of the family had chatted I
i Ford's: park, for a few days i st'week.. bridal ard Oil company of Indiana, by Sen- 1 1S
in the chamber of the with his as he played in the yard of
; He his to Clewiston to ator Nye.Boston.
wason way
Everett hotel. his home Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. I I
j make a report to his paper on the I I YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS S

4 sugar cane. He is touring the State Jan. 27-No word has been (

I i of Florida. received from the British freighter ..a-
INTERESTING HISTORY W. K. Downs of Georgia is ''
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which sent a S. S. S. call 48' hours v
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visiting her and
son da.ughter-in-law
Mr. Tom, Smith affectionately I ago. The seas are raging. --
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. known as, Uncle Toni Smith, passed CAMP IN PETERSBURGBy Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs of the i We are proud of the fact that we'have |

! away Friday afternoon at the Cox Watanabe hotel. Miami Beach, Jan. 27.-Both Hoo-
1 George L. Pettee
j' home in LaBelle. I ver and Al Smith are in Miami today

I Mr, .Stanley; Hanson of Fort Myers but as yet have not met and it has |l helped to make Clewiston: a thriving city. '
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and his associates have some P
Seldon Stewart, one of the honor LEGAL NOTICE been eight years since they met. Hoo-
very efficient and, gratifying work .
I students 'at the Florida university ism ver will leave to go fishing on Long .. ,
for the Seminole Indians which We in the Barber Business. -
The annual Stockholders are pioneers
home with his parents for a few meeting of the! Key Tuesday afternoon.
should be known by all the people in ,
I. of the Clewiston
days between .semesters and left Home Build-

Tuesday for Gainesville. this section of'the country. Many peo ing ''Association for the election of Kingston, Virginia, Jan. 27-Fourteen : .;' '

1 ple do not know the history of the ; ;>* : > :
,- directors rendering of reports, and bodies have been removed from y ; i >; ,
Indians and how they live. As all :
, Eight ,ear loads of cross ties were such other business as may come be- the coal mine today. Fifty-five miners .' :f IT PAYS ,
know the Seminole Indians live on 0) ><.. .- ;,4 1i: .1--.10 "' .
l shipped' by the Seaboard railway for Dfore the meeting, will be held at escaped through a whole in the moun < ; : ;; :. :'
I North Carolina Saturday. I a government reservation in the Southern the Administration Building, Clewiston. ,tain. < > !'; .. --,r :.:::: ,. ?1j!f;.'.

part of Hendry county, one of Florida, on February 15, 1929, at To patronize our shop." ': '.};:' : .
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8: o'clock P. M. ;
The section gang of the Seaboard Washington, Jan. 27-The House

} railway is repairing the tracks in Seminoles live on a government F. DEANE DUFF will take ,up the ,prohibition enforce- \ .
, reservation they do not ackonwledge,
.front of the Seaboard depot. President ment bill Monday.MORTGAGE '

/: the Few government realize how of they the United were treated States. CLEWISTONS: PIONEER BARBER SHOP 1

Barton Hall motored to Tampa last I S .
she and captured during the Indian War:
I week where remained until Sat-
i and how they were .forced to surrender -
urday.: ,
, but we will not deal on that subject i
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; Attorney H. A. Rider motored to here. A year ago or so it was >" I Clewiston Florida

rr r Saturday to meet the proposed by Stanley Hanson and his : ,
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associates to build a camp at a beau- d .. ,... ,,
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benefit ed and the Seminole Indian medicine Available : -
something which will be of '
men were asked to pick out 40 of :".' ', .
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J Mr. Nyle Vickers of the LaBelle The medicine men picked 40 of whom \ '.', 'or.: k I f1J

f 0 Cash store, was called to Quincy Saturday they thought were the, 'most progres- Home Building here ,in ,Clewiston ,

sive Indians in the tribe and all the .
where his father is
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for these. 40 : .
sick. expenses transportation V .: 0
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Blitz Weggman motored to Tampa Hanson. .f. '

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new camp they were furnished with ;
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valescing from an attack of the flu tions which in a short time wer$ fin- :;, : ; ;
GENERAL '
and is back at work in his office in ished. These were built out of cabbage : !' .

the courthouse. palms and are very quaint and i "

J commodious.. The Indians are furnished S : ; ,
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r) ed to the bedside of her father in fancy work like beads, and bows and : / : .. .

., Watertown Florida, who is very sick, arrows, which when finished ,are I I j

J and left on the Seaboard train Tuesday 'placed on 'sale in booths. The tour- 0 '

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\ Louis A. have the ,opportunity to purchasesuch ; M, 5'f' .
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Clewiston News motored to LaBelle wonderful souvenirs of Florida. I : ,

1 Monday.Mr. .... For cold nights a general house has '" ,

. ',0 .'':. been built so that each family may 1 .\: : ._ i :: : H/: :rfH \''i'i ,
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BALANCED FOOD '
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f son and his associates have also ; .. i .

j newlyweds, were dinner guests of Mr. placed an adequate supply of provisions .;', f: <::... \ MAKES '. .,' /\ ;' : '

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what they wish or need and '

I I thereby are self-supporting. Our ,,meals are always balanced to give you money: by, consulting',ls/ ,-. >

B.' E. Edwards, manager of the Everett I ,
This is splendid"work and it is very tOur

1 J hotel motored to his' lovely commendable for Mr. Hansen and his proper nourishment for a day's work. This is j reputation is recommendation A
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j home in Immokalee Tuesday.. \
a.". associates to have taken so much in- one of the secrets 0 why our dining room is always ( .... .:. .t' 'r; r.J U

', terest in the welfare of the Indians .1'. ):' -, ,
The most distant registration at the 1 ( s.t.1.. .
when the early settlers of the Stateof ( ;" S'4.:; ,!. ,
filled. '
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Everett hotel Mr. ; ( .
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uel J. Papant, Mr. and Mrs. A. Solitz I f ,II. > ., ...;, ,
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and Mr. J Conoly all of Lansing, D. I' "
'- no room left for their hunting with and willfind differencein i > ,? :: ";. >t. '
Michigan us you a > : :;:: 1 !
grounds. By this we can see that :
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Mrs. H. F. Powers from Miami. vl. '

I early settlers in the North and West health.I .... '. __ .-: ..' ,' ,. : > i iI > '

I Miss Fannie B. their deeds were nothing In comparison .. '. ', i > ; L::' '- : :
Shaw, connected : f' :
to the deeds of the white man .. : :: <; : :: : ;
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and the government in dealing and .
division, who maintains head..:I : .1 "
conquering the Seminole Indians in I !
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their native land Into a small reservation I .
; Bradenton was represented at the :I II I
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I x' and Mr. Hanson and his associates BROTHERS 'b
The Watanabe Hotel I :
should be remembered by all for .

ti.' And from Okeechobce came Mr. their work for: the welfare of the The Plcr.fr Builders of Clcivislon' .
Kirby Thompson and Mr. C. E. Drow- II : L
Seminole Indians. .
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PLANS COMPLETED FOR '15 PENNSYLVANIANSMAKE Economize I ,.;-.
NEW BUILDING I\ i '
MATERIAL USED> LOCAL BOOPAGEANT TRIP BY BUS ''I )
1) SEE SUGAR MADE
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ing Colleen Moore will bo shown; II Announcing the opening of : ,
I material is known, consists of excelsior This feature Is being arranged and raw sugar and posing for pic- :: "

.' treated to make' it fireproof and through the cooperation of Mr. and II tures. ;I, I II' .
sizo and Mrs.: Klutts of the Glatex theatre. Speaking for his party Mr. KreiderI r DENTAL OFFICES
the
ID\ I '.' ", cast into blocks, having I rI ,. .
Claude Downs of the Watanabe said: I .
i general appearance of cement blocks, Mrs. I :S' r l ,
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"They will never believe us whenwe ? : : I \ /1'
for the fact that they; are hotel has offered the use of her
except
much darker in color. place for a card party to be held later go back home. Up there 1 in 1'the \ I In, The.; Hopkins Block'oi\ .', :: ..:' ., "., :S ;

h Laying the blocks on top of each and ,definite plans will be announced cold north, they will think we are ]

other no cement is used to hold them probably next week.In joking when we tell.;, of roaming

1 together, but into the 4 inch opening charge of the general plans are through sugar cane much higher than DR. JOHN ANi>ERSOl'.t"J. ii

... .in each block are put steel reinforcing Mrs Bert Tubbs president of the our heads, and sampling freshly made 4" cr 1 Dentist : ::; '
( rods after which the concrete is P.-T.-A, 111'8.ViHiam G. Ames chair- sugar in a great mill. $ ;j

poured into the four inch square hole.. man assisted .by. Mesdames Storey, "It certainly;} looks fine and we' are i :: Clewiston, Florid : r ;

f Tho stability of this is readily seen McGhee, Bussey, Haley and Mrs. all very w.ell' impressed with It. How ; -1

... ,' in that the completed building has Fred Moltz. All of the teachers, are did we happen to come to Clewiston? 4' 7q4 i .
reinforced Why, 'I've been a regular, subscriberto
a withia the blocks, steel cooperating / 1Ir .
columns of concrete, eight inches the Clewiston News, since it start- :

.' part, and it i is from this feature that ed, and I knew that we wouldn't see ....j
2S-Hoover said '
Miami i Beach, Jan. .j
the material gets its name. real Florida unless wo visited Clew- 5I
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'. 1S today he would be glad to meet Al .
The material which is impervious iston. '
Smith and it was arranged later by
to moisture is slightly more, expen- In, the party in addition to Mr. and -
:Mr. Raskob for a meeting at eleven .1.1t
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sive than frame construction, although Mrs. Kreider were Mrs. L. C. Wolf
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this addition cost is somewhat I Tuesday Charles Stamm, 111'and Mrs. Frank i'iri with pI

-- j Fahnestock, Mr and Mrs Rueben I ,
I : offset in the interior work for plaster ,. :,
may be applied directly to\ the blocks I, Washington, Jan. 28-At a meeting iFahnestock! Mr. and Mrsv Henry Holding! to his promises made during \. .:

and stucco applied I Neff, Mrs. L. D. Showalter, Mrs. A. the campaign Governor Doyle E. Carl- ,-
p on the interior. with senators and business men Pres-
the R. Roth, .Mrs. Mary Kiehl, Mrs. Su- i ton has already weilded the axe of ICE 3g1Ih ,
directly on the exterior, without' ident Coolidge reiterated his policyof C I ','
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economy capital. :
san Brubaker. A. Heifey and Henry
use of wood or wire lath. economy and praised the budget :
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I expense without sacrificing effici :.
. ,construction," said Fasnacht of Sebring. .
' I' "This type of system. An'attempt to limit debate '
\f; f.:.j 1 ency"' is his slogan and one of his I it ( I li a; h _
McCully\ .
I ,, I Mr. Gordon, "has been successfully .on the cruiser bill \vas defeated. Col- E. W. ;} conducted 'them to '

!''. 'tested and it appears to be the ideal oonel Lindberg failed to appear be- the mill and G. B. Rackstraw explained !: suggestions was the paring of the : 1 ;;" '. .1"
personnel of the automobile license
f 1 type' of building for' :, this .section. A fore, a committee Investigating a new the various steps in the raw ''
bureau which will the state
save approximately -
.,' building lined with steel reinforced air mail route. Word was received sugar manufacturing process. $110,000 I < 4rfe

:concrete posts four inches thick and today that Commander Byrd discovered j i per year. While
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placed every eight inches In the I I ) two new island j I he was doing this, an organization I II ,.<..
i was making plans for the meeting in ," ,,'
should CARD OF THANKSWe
walls of building certainly :
a !
I II Orlando when the possibility '
:; ; today
; wish thank friends and ,
make it storm-proof. Los Angeles, 28-Aimee Sem- to our 'J
of reducing the costs of auto lic'ense
'The three houses completing the I ple McPherson said today that the neighbors for' the many floral offerings J .. .
.... tags from 50 to 25 cents ,
court will be similar in design to the I $25,000 check given to Judge Hardingwas i kind words and deeds given to cents per 1''., ;F:
:'.1 I hundredweight is scheduled for dis ., .:'
;> first one built about a,, year. ago, and a love offering for his kind serv- us during the illnes and death of our : 1 in '
cussion. Economy the home can oe prac ) ,
the new buildings will be completed ices. darling son. We shall always remember : I tised by the use of pure Ice in the 1 1 I !.,:'.1"d.
: '. in about six weeks. The new houses I you. :May God bless and keep;;: II I r preservation ,of foods. ',: .\
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.. ..r will each.have four rooms and bath New York, Jan. 2S-Capt. Fried and you. I Dangerous bacteria cannot ,survive !
0 : and t.he' total cost is placed at $10- his crew were given another big cel FLOSSIE G. JOHNSONL. NEW APARTMENT in the frigid temperature of a well-

:," ". 000. ebration today.. H. JOHNSON. ,' BUILDING WILL stocKed icebox.Guaranteed ..... I. =

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I responsible for the building, activity ;

-, :A ; and the house shortage problem, far 'Jr

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were in Clewis ton early this week. 1 ... I-

BY THE WAY HAVE Mr Sapp is' receiving radium treat .' I ,..:

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Charley Jackson who underwent an \ I:
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W. R. West of the General Electric A. U. Murray of the Moore Haven l ; :
a stone from his 'kidney, is doing 1. i .
company office of Miami was a business Sales company; was confined to his ,
exceptionally well, 'it was 'reported ,- ." I' .' ", ., ,.. I .., 'iJJ I
visitor in Clewiston this week. home for a few clays with an attack : ,/ V)1
I of the flu. this week by Dr. J. C. Knowling'whosaid .: : '. I Iif

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Mrs. Edison C. Speer spent several -:

days in Sebring this week., Mr. and Mrs ,y. D. Becker were home ,within the next few da 's.. : '

., .. I dinner guests of Mr. and' Mrs. 11.V.., Going Dairyr r-/
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I Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Pancoast andMr. Bigg at the, latter's home. Mr. and .Mrs. P. G. Bishop had as { .i- : I (
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,I ,. and DirsJ| Albert Kahlcr of Long dinner guests at their home Wednes- ., ,

Island, N Y. spent Sunday in Clew- Mr, ,and Mrs. G.: W. R. McConna- day night Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Po he. : '

I iston as the guest of E. C. Speer, local phie have moved from their home |tin : : { r. ;. ::1' ,
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I; real estate broker. After an ,inspection the Troegcr court to a new bunga ,,
Mrs. J. G. Walker"'of Tampa who ..
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tour of the cane fields and low on the Sugarland highway, west .> !.,' .,:: ; ,
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I i. the mill the visitors were enthusias-. of the Administration building. i friends her She will be 'remem I' <;' I

tice over the possibilities here' I It '. N.' ; ,
I bered as Mrs. G. G. Cason. .
H. L. McDonald of (McDonald andBurglnan .
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H. M. Sherwood of Fort Myers dayin ; : --
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spent .a C. F. Allen, commercial agent for : ;" V'
spent> a day in Clewiston. on business Clewiston. on .business. \ 1"

; last Monday.A / the .in Coast Clewiston Line was'Monday.a business, visitor hundred te'n acres of the best muck land in the Ev.. ;: ,: ,' "

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--- Interior decoration work is now t ;'f.( ;

I I JI new coat of .stucco was applied under way :at the Clewistou Inn r" 'Mrs.. W. C. "Bill" Hooker entertained -. erglades, high sandy ridge on which is located the best t',
this week the home of Rev. W. T. iri r\\
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the dining room ,being painted -
the Clewiston club at .
social in South .f
Fine established '
Bailey' pastor of the Clewislon .Com- In white with:orange trim;' The the Watanabe hotel Wednesday after- '.' airy Florida. milch cows with .
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munity church. lobby room will is be flnishe'd.painted whenv f.tile dinIng noon, when'following tables were laid the for business bridge session and- route Demand for every drop of milk. Fine cows'giving J.:. 1 I 1(

Mr.\ and Mrs.'' W.' Dewey Becker
I newmarket. A delight flll refreshment ; plenty of milk. ,Good horses '
two good
will leave in a few days ,f91" Chicago, Mrs. G. W. Gordon Mrs. Anna D. pasture, tractor, .
course was served. Among:; those present il. .
where Mr. Becker who for the past Hewitt a }(1.1\Ir. and Mrs. Troeger are f I .
Bigg farm
Mesdames M. W. .
were : machInery-one mile from Sugar Mill now In ," .'. '
few has been assistant auditor oper : :; :
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on a ten day motor trip through the ,
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Franc Howard, J. O. French, C. 'A. ( ,

here, has been promoted to a higher state. Traveling ]by?: way of ,Sebring Jackson, T. H: Jackson, Dave Alston, ation. A real money maker for live i.re. Will selll land i in' '.. ; ',:"- :' 4:{
position. Their many friends iu Clew- they planned to visit HoweyintheHills > I : 'J
William Cecil Owpu, C. L. Downs, .' \ < .. ,
iston congratulate them on the ad- Daytona Beach, Palm. Beach )10-20 80 '. .
P.uryear, Jesse_ Tippejr; J. E. Beards- : or acre tracts. ,. {. ]
vancement, but are sorry? to see and Miami returning to Clewiston; byway r ;1J
ley, Jesse Allhands, G. Lawton Sims, i 1-J
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them' leave this community. Tainlami I .."lr
of the trail and. Fort and W. C. Hooker. i I'. .r
Myers. .' Reasons for selling death in : and :
'family
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Walter C. Miller and H. C. Wheeler :
-:-- I Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson'return- .., "'I. ... ii
secretary and treasurer respectively Transients are arriving in Clewiston ed to Clewiston after spending a I \ residence. i' : ." ', ', d..

of the Wright Warlow company at the rate of 15 a'lid 20 a day, it '. I,,,' I
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week in Tampa where they had their I" *
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i were was reported this week by M. E. Ky- ', ". '. \ '. ,.'" .
car painted. I ', t' ; ,"'rI' ,' 'I ',31
I} Monday and made an .inspection of I: nett of the Clewistou Inn '. ,All of Come and see .Jor: yourself. and you will, ;,be' convinced) ) .. Tl,

the Southern Sugar company holihlags them are keenly interested in the S. :R. Connell this week for .. ,. .
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here with E. C. Speer. activity and are well pleased h.h. the best 'b in Fl'd'" .' &: ''$} A 3ip&: < ,:$; ;fi/ : j; '., t
I, sugar Bartow to1 meet his mother who will IS IS uy a. .. .-; ,, -. ; .; ..:,..:;b \ ,.... # ..' ; I .-
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with the progress ,here. return with him to Clewiston for' < T' --"iv: : I'. ,' .'I
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;, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche are planning ) ', k. f ; ,)...:;-:.!..\i'.l;: ;: : : ; j 4 iI'. :-, ./. '.. 1 : !
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I to give up their apartment in Joe Johnston, student at the Uni- -- J ',: ''i..;.. .:j.o.; ;.: .:": :" ,. !;;,:". .: t '.,' .. t:1:

I. < the Hopkins block and move back versity of, Florida spent few ,.. .J. : .. : .::' : j" : .. (
a days: Joe, Cravasse of the General Electric ,' :.:. :jf' .t:: :> < 'f. \ t. dica
to the Inn.. Their apartment, will be this week with his brother-in-law and '. .:: : } ..} : FLOSSIE G JOHNSONif: : : l' )0 ,
company spent a day in Clewiston. ''. ,,., J' *, ; : : ; :.J : i..? rl
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taken over by Dr. J. C. Knowling. sister Mr. and Mrs. R. Yl: Patterson. i.. ,.:rJ : '.. ... ,, f' '. : .' 'r/ J. '
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: H. 'E. Fridge spent the week end ; : 't' \jl'!:> "4 .':' ," ., /
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Bert 'Powell Walter Early, .
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spent a day; in Clewiston withE. Thursday. in Fort. Myers. ,, 'i;- \':'".: ,,,,,;;. ". ,: \: ;,...}...{: L';,'"'t" ; ..'..;. ...),,. .,. :>'n''. c' .". -/ ,\ t.:" L' ; ,.1j..4t'::;%;, .... ..' (]:su SIr

I William G. Ames accompanied by W. McCully local real estate bro C. V. Parkinson was a business'visitor r 4. 'f 'I

j!, Beach by his Monday.son Leonard motored to Palm ker. Mr. Powell ; owns property; in in Tampaar :t$*}:JiL:1.? : lv':->!' f ( y { ; ; i : ; '; :' ,
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,. -, McCully Clewiston. that and they both .are of" .them.'well. tpldMr.u.pleased;. iEnthusiasm for golf is spreadingand : ? \ ;/ ..f %, 1 r\{\f: !'; i : f: i ;C. : 'i"i!

: Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McDonald accompanied -( . ,
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days: visiting neph- '
';.Mr.: : and ''Mrs. T. J. '. Sapp ''of"Slater Tampa this"week.: ;; .j AX .-. -;;tom -? .. :, ...- .
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;:" ,; \ t o:I !71 'ik::' REASONS FOR, CLEWISTON' '. ./ p ; t ;i


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r { ',' on Monday, February ; : : .,.. gantic drainage problem, and a solid, year of construction .' ,

t : !' 'iU.r.{ o. ii ;y'Clewiston ?i; :;: -J .) activity on the new 1 ,500 ton a day sugar mill, Clewiston j i3 sion a

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Furniture Co. '' ''r.' : : i

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