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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 15, 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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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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: $ Clewistonites Fall WELCOME Pond to Beautify SIMPLICITY TO
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which inoculates his _
The golf bug In keeping with the beautification

victim causing enlargement the ;: / program for Clewiston which, he

NEWS ego ,and a tendency toward exag- : : has followed consistently for the COMMUNITY

geration, is at large in Clewistonand <: 'i past ,year Captain F. Deane Duff,
already stories of a hole in r ''': ; general for the Clewiston'
: BVIEW Y TOM SMITH : :. ,manager
one on the .new golf course ,in Civ- ;: _, company announced this week President-ele c t With
i ,,1\ ic Center park, are going the rounds : ,
plans for a small pond east of the Party To Continue Evades -
Clewiston Is singly honored today' Several twosomes and fouresomeshave' 'Clewiston, Inn. :
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\ ,with "the visit of President-elect Here been on the course during the v. Workmen are now busy gradingthe er g Inspection

:e' '. bel' t Hoover toHoover" past week, sale of golf .clubs ,and grounds? adjoining the pond and Tour Early Tomorrow.

I this i community. balls Is increasing in local! stores these are to be beautified with, at-

' Here:-: W 'e have every; and already there is talk of a tour- tractive walks lined with shrub- Completing a motor trip of more

.I .. v reason to be proudof nament in the near future. bery, and'flowers. than 200 miles. President-elect Herbert -

hiss visit, .because of the interest (Hoover accompanied by Gbver-

f he is showing in this! section of the V nor Doyle E. Carlton and other prom-

country and too' because r of the fact HOME LOAN BODY'TO f BETTER BUSINESSI inent men of the state and nation,

. : 'that' we bare something to show him will arrive in Clewiston late this aft-

I f1 '\ Jwhenn he gets' here., To one with his DISCUSS \VORI( ernoon on his personal inspection,

keen: mind the gigantic undertaking :' iy : :c T I : ASSOCIATION ''ISI. tour of the Everglades territory r 'damaged -

successfully tackled here by B. G. : by the West Indian hurricane h,
OF YEAR
TONIGHT
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Dahlberg and his associates, must be I. ORGANIZED HERE of last September.
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-dent-elect Hoover's experience as .'1. out to welcome the next Presidentof
Annual Meeting of Loan
food administrator for the Allied na ...' cW C. V. Parkinson Elected the United States, there will be
lions during the World War, the sig- Association Is no elaborate welcoming program,
: President Of NewOrganization
; nificance of the project in the northern AnnouncedMembers since it was decided that' Mr. Hoover ,

f1 Everglades must be apparent, #, fatigued after his long trip will not

The next president of the United of the Clewiston Home, wish to make public address.A .

1' Stages will readily see that we have Building association will meet tonightat Election of officers and directorsand dinner party is being arrangedat

r passed experimental; stage here; the Administration building for adoption of by-laws featured the the Clewiston Inn where the menu

have proven that growing and grind the second annual meeting of the as- second meeting ofl' the Clewiston Bet- will be composed of fish dinner from

ing of sugar cane in the rich muck sociation, it was announced this week ter Business association at the Watanabe .Lake Okeechobee, quail and turkey

P' lands of the northern' Everglades is by Captain F. Deane Duff president. hotel Wednesday night. from the prairie land south of here,

# a reality and that it Is now merely From its inception two Fears ago Cecil V. Parkinson of the Clewiston I fresh vegetables from winter truck

-' a question of continued expansion to the local building and loan association Supply company was named presi- farms i in" the Clewiston vicinity and

make us a dominating factor in the has prospered and the lits of I dent, O. L. Jeffries, of. the Clewiston cream, and butter from the Clewiston
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:. sugar world. This is the first time members include not only Clewiston } ;;Y: a. unorRW000r hDER Dairy, vice-president, :Miss Marian Please turn to page 8

[? ,' that a President or President-elect residents but many people' from the is i Leydlg of the Clewiston Steam Laundry -
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/' but in view of .the"rapid Please turn to page 8 I J. Molter of the Molter Drug'! : com- .

strides being made 'and In view. of f''SPtCIAL pany and J. McCanuon of the Parker '
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the fact that before long we will be Hardware company directors. NAMED HEAD

shipping hundreds of thousands of MUCKMOBILE USED HOOVER WILL SEE DAY FOR Following an Interesting talk by E.

tons of sugar from this section, it is"hardly C. Speer, local real estate broker, / OF LADIES AID

if.-: probable that, it will be the TO "FIGHT FIRES .pAWN OF NEW E 'V ftENDRY COUNTY who told of his experiences with vis-

last, time.: .__' a : 1,( Please turn to page 5 *

-- iN 'ClADES"rOD :"Ar LEE CO. FAIR .' .... New President' Appoints

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J Travel; over the muck road around New Device to Be Used MUCK ROAD NOW Committees For ,En-

@ the southern, ,rim of Lake: Okeecho, to Extinguish Muck l
Year
suing
bee to Palm Beach President-elect To Follow Fair Officials Recognize
': Fires I IN I GOOD SHAPE
Road and other east -
: Passablecoast cities is now I Sugar ,Industry, Importance Of New 111'5.V'iI1fam G. Ames, leader in

possible while con Steps'' for adqeuate protection Thru 3 Counties Sugar Bowl every move for the progress and development -

tractors of the state road departmentare against the dangers of muck fires' In I Driving Time To Palm of the Ladies Aid societyof

are busy building the eastern end of the northern Everglades were taken Transformation of a spectral' waste Recognizing the importance of the Beach Is Two AndA the Clewis ton' Cqmmunity church
> this week with the of into during the past ;year, was unanimously -
the new well paved highway which assembling a a veritable bee-hive of industrial sugar industry of Clewiston and the Half Hours

will connect the east and west coasts. fire fighting apparatus mounted on activity In making a new sugar bowl fanning activities both of this end : elected president of that organization -

'Palm 'Beach now in slightly more a "muckmobile" it was learned at local for America is the picture which will of the county and in the Felda and at the annual meeting last.
offices of the Southern Reports from'several motorists who Thursday, and less than a week after -
than two hours as compared with Sugar company greet President-elect Herbert Hoover (Please turn to page 5
: Equipped ,with made the trip over the muck roadto her election, she had completed
more than four around the lake while the new fire and his, partY when they leave Moore I
fighting device workers Sou- Haven South Bay and Palm Beach indicate -I a list of committees for the coming
:j. the south road was closed, seems like of the on the last' 18 mile stretch of
-p., a dream 'realied, and already Clewis- thern Sugar company will be able to (Please turn to page 5 Four, LaBelle Boys the travel around the south end year, reflectiong her determinationto
I of the lake is possible, the average continue her efforts in
effectively combat buildingthe
muck fire
any ,
tonites are enjoying the pleasure of Made Eagle Scouts I
driving time from here to Palm
that might organization.
I start on the sugar company
spending Sunday at the east coast New Church
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To
plantations.] At Fort Myers Meet Beach during the past week being Plans ,are now being discussed fora
beaches. Word 'received this week
from the state road department The fire fighting equipment consists Toll\ Forth Honors Of. -- two and a half hours. minstrel show to be given by the

..' brings the information that the work i of a pump and a suction hose, Service After SundayAfter (Clewigton News Special) Tractors and graders of the Sou- society to be followed later with one
LaBelle, Feb. 14.-Four of the thern Sugar company were used on of the
for the entire road from, Fort Myers mounted on the front of a Ford car Boy famous Ladies Aid oyster suppers
and 2,000 feet of canvas fire hose. next Scouts of 'LaBelle, whom we are the muck road during the past week I in an effort' to reach their quo-
In Sunday
to Palm Beach has been included night a bell to
The name "muckmobile" comes from be'' installed in sure are worthy of the honor, were putting it in fine condition and no ta of $1,000 in the bank for the fiscal
the budget of the state road department the belfry of the
the fact that the car is euipped with Clewiston made Eagle Scouts and presentedwith trouble was experienced by those year which ends in July. Details of
Clewiston Community
and for this owes a church will
if);. Please turn to 8 a gold medal for their excellent who made the trip: these plans will be announced later.
p page sound the
debt of gratitude to J. L. Doggett of hours for church services
work in the Scouts 'by F. Irving Work is progressing steadily on the Committee members named by
Jacksonville for the'work he did in In the community, ; it was learned this I ;
MARKS IMPROVEMENT HERE week Holmes, personal representative of construction of ,the new road, and it 11rs.Ames are as follows:
in our behalf. With a wide well pay with the announcement that
V Haying visited this section ten formal dedication Barron G. Collier, at a ceremony in Is, believed that,there: will be, a wide |. Program-Mrs. W. T. Bailey, chair-
ed highway from coast to'coast of the new bell be
:years ago when he noticed marked held at the Fort Myers last Monday.The well paved road from Clewiston to man, assisted by :Mesdames R. Y. Pat-
through Clewiston, we will add an- I regular church services
: improvements, D. A. Cunningham of next new Eagle Scouts are Richard the east coast cities before spring. terson, C. A. Jackson, G. L. Sims,
other logical reason for our rapid de Sunday; ) night at 7:30: o'clock.
velopment. Indiana, Pa., and DeLand, Fla., on a The bell ,which came from the Ben- Pfluge, George Hall. ,"Donald, Bush and Pending the completion of the new Dick C. :Miller, A. G. 1\I ntgomery. -

trip here Wednesday said that the bow estate was presented to the Robert Magill. road, the muck road is recommended Reception-Mrs. F. L. Williamson,

, Recognitios of true worth was perhaps outlook is better than ever, and that church by the Southern Sugar 'com All of the people of LaBcllcr shouldbe except immediately after a heavy chairman assisted by Mesdames A.

he Is greatly impressed with the and the proud of these boys who have rain, as the trip to Palm Beach Backus,_J.'E. Beardsley, M.:E. Kynett,
more clearly demonstrated in pany installation charges are
Clewiston than at I Clewiston section. Mr. Cunninghammade being defrayed by the Clefiston Vet- worked so hard to obtain these hon around 'the south end o'f the lake can Dave Alston, F.. L. Tatom, and J. ,A..

, Mrs. Ames the recent meeting the trip with H. G. Sullivan eran's club. ors and the Clewiston News con- be made in slightly more than two Morgan, jr.

of the Wright Warlow andJ. gratulates them and hopes that many hours as compared with more than Ways ,and l.Ieans-l\Irs. T. V. Wat-
company In his
Electedof the Ladies Aid dedicatory address, Dr. Bailey
; society of the I. Taylor.of Pittsburgh, Pa., and will review the growth of the local more of the young boys of LaBelle. four hours by way of Moore Haven, son, chairman assisted by l.lesda'mesPlease'
t DeLand, Fla. will in the future be able to be pre- Venus and Okeechobee. Turn To Page 5 '
church
' Clewiston Community church when during the past year.
sented with this hnnnr.
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,' j ,/P. ganiation.nously elected Since president establishing of that of, the or- P. 1 A: MOVIE IS SUCCESSFUL HERE; LaBelle Boys Hurt ST. LOUIS VISITORS MARVEL AT t. I

local church Mrs. Ames has been one In Auto Accident
CARD FEW YEARS IMPROVEMENTS HERE
. ; I}of the most active members and for PARTY THURSDAY NEXT EVENT \.

I' every movement suggested, by the. .
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Ladies Aid she gave unceasing and. -- LaBelle, Feb. 14. What be I An of Clew-
With the moving1 picture "The might interesting comparison were the row or houses on Sagamore
untiring service. Her ability; was exceptionally Enemy" shown here sion tickets to 1)e drawn by: the guests considered a serious accident occurred iston of today with the communitythey avenue, the Administration bcilding,
Wednesday and
well last will carry the name and i
demonstrated Thursday night of this the price ofa to three'of the members of caw on their last trip here a. school, all the houses in Civic' Center
fall when notice week, a suc book needed. This
of her appointmentas cess, members of the ParentTeachers card, to be returned ,the Boy's Basket Ball team of La few years ago was drawn by John and of course the new company built

general chairman for the ,bazaar association and the Woman's club- to the sponsors of the library Belle, Bennie, Malokowsky, Harry Cook of St. Louis, Mo;, who with Mrs. houses and the sugar mill.

was forwarded to her in Louisiana of ClewIston are completing] move will be pasted .in the front ,of Rogers, Walter Gravely, and a Cook spent a few days here this "I have seen these plans on paper
now
where she was spending several the book with the of '
plans for the 'card name the ticket, young man from Sears when they week on their way to Cuba. and have followed the activity
next Thurs-
party
purchaser "
weeks. as donor.At .
Immediately she
the
directed day night, the second of the entertainment were forced to run ''their car Intoa Although they had kept in touch through the Clewiston News," Mi'.
activity by correspondence and'( arriving series to be- the party next Thursday night ditch on the Moore Haven road with, the progress of the community Cook said, "but it is a revelation to
several weeks later, called given to purchase there will be card
'* a books for the school i games ranging after the basketball game Friday- hr01l 11-the Clewiston News the improvements -. drive through the town." .
f* hurried meeting, perfected last mini library .from "Old Maid" to bridge
and for
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to have the Clewiston '' evening. mad here they are Asked had he seen the pumping
ute plana ''and by dint of hard work school put'on those not wishing to'play cards there :
the state accredited list. Blinded by the lights of an approaching startling plant of the Sugarlall.d'drainage. district ")r
coupled with the cooperation of the will be dancing. t
An unusual feature car, the LaBelle car I Driving down Francisco street they ,' the visitor said: ;:
other /pibers of the card par- The third of the "
(!) made the affair entertainment
a
series swerved into the ditch commented' "new which : "I live much to see the
.1 j r' ty to ,be] held at the Watanabe hotel to dropped I on buildings" would very
hug D ess. That she continued heractly next Thursday night is that admis- library will provide be books_ for the school and turned over. I are land marks to'Clcwistonltes. suchas pumps._ : ,There was considerable/.talk.
held
March
with follow- '
renewed vigor on 21
aS when Malokowsky suffered, a triple fracture the Watanabe hotel' the Clewiston abQut them when I was last"hcre but

\ lug DIr ectlonn was typical, anth'e. coming year will undoubtedly} provo book pupils of the school will present the, i of the arm and Rogers and Supply company' block, .the Hay they. had not yet been 'installed/./' ?'::':'

,progr'M con and possibly eves greater J. the wisdom- of 'the .Ladies Aid members' ,,',, pageant to be followed. with"\ the I, Gravely were severely cut.. The block and the Alston block., Following the trip to' the!"p'mpJng'
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"r !q the society during. the selection. Please turn to page 8 r car, was, badly) wrecked.", J Cclotextown was new' to them, as. (Please turn' to page 5
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The Clewiston News CABBAGES AND KINGS H tlculturist at the experiment station. infrequently occur In July and August *

Successor to The Clewiston Progress "Tlie tornadoes of the west and and rarely in November. i'

central west affecting relatively While It is stated that high winds

entered as second.class matter :February S, 192S at the post office small may be expected, particularly on the
Welcome to Clewisfan, Mr. Hoover! ;,- areas, are far more numerous,
at Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. and in the matter of aggregate loss I coast, during the late summer and

.f life as compared with the mortality I early autumn, tropical storms need
LOUIS A. MORGAN ........,.............................._............m.... Publisher With the many combinations 'of partners in business In' Clewiston the not bo feared in Florida.
.. from tropical storms in the Unit- every year 8\

following IS .apropos: ed States, sustain a ratio of about It is only an infrequent Intervals that 9)

TOM SMITH .................................. .....................:.-.......:.}I........... Editor ..: 10 to 1" say the authors. "The field storms of severe intensity strike
/ Partners present themselves, to banker announce their going in businessand I
Subscription Rates .. of activity; of the tropical storm is' Florida. Most of the storms originatIng
wish to .open an account. chiefly marine that of the tornado in the doldrums are spent in the :.i
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By; mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida "Is, this. a joint account! ?" asks the banker. largely continenetal." Atlantic Ocean, and some of them \

..$2.00 strike and do more damage at pointson
One year $2.50 One, year "Absolutely not," say the partners. "It's to. be.. a respectable. place." According to the authors, most of :
\ 1.00 the Atlantic coast north of Flor-
1.50 Sbc months .
Six months f' the tropical storms have their originIn

Three months 1.25 Three months ..76 Many an argument is sound-merely sound.-Exchange. I .- the doldrums, just north Sf the Ida. '

equator, and most often near the
NEWS' PLATFORM ,
'/' time for the summer solstice. Sep- Plant Cit., Fla.-Ninety-four thou-

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation, Furthermore, after find positively that did not tember October monthsof
we man come from the and are/ the sand goxes gerries were shipped last I
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and -
i" monkey; it would not be a bad Idea for science to relieve the monkey. of fur- greatest storm activity, storms week bringing
concentration of products. '- -

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and then, suspicion. by... provIng it:Tampa:: Times. .' .. .. .. $29,000.:1
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With apologies to the cigarette ad copy writers, when some men feel an 1 1 APPEARANCE i .
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THE BETTER BUSINESS LEAGUEClewiston's urge for a cigaret they just leach for their sweetie's.Tarpon'Springs 1

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Clewiston News last week discussed the advisability of forming a local mer- j 1

the dark-he knows what he is doing but no one else does.-Keyser .. .. ,
: chants. association for the protection of local store owners and to keep Clew- *. \ 1
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In the first place there were some 27 merchants present which effects\ For. the. new" A. C. Railway; station: '" ":'.,.. ,':,; ;'; ,
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decision that rise at his place, announce his. name and place, of business, so Thou noble structure of cement and sand, ..: ;. ';:-': ., : ',:- : (t I 1 1 r J Tour Home 1 1 1
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Immediately following the delightful dinner, brief. talks from many I ,' : '. ., '7.j' ,
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indicated Be they rich or poor, from land or sea. ', .: ':': l
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the. good that can be accomplished by such an association.'That there wasa :. :'Vjf ) ,. ".
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To these, our guests, from time to time .' ''':-;;: Those of the community who may be inclined to have a pessimistic : t : II'I.: : : :. '. .: ".:>, :' .;',:>;. 1 Florida.
'L i Who come to bask in this sunny clime' .; '" :.u.:.:' ; ':. ..".:, !
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streak in their nature would. have been properly had they heard r 1
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he would be around table with representatives of 27 .
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There was practically a 100 per. cent representation of local business ; f ) I .
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houses ,at the meeting. What does this mean for the community 'and what J ; +I" -. .

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prompted such heavy attendance? Time hanging heavy on their:, hands, ? Not .' .. ,;

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by A. J. Mitchell and :M. R. En-
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nadoes cause a much greater aggregate of the weather bureau at Tack- i

'I loss of life in the United States sonville and 'Mr. Ensign is truck hori .. .
Merchants, giving up. chances, in bigger cities. -and i coming: into a new sec- '. I ; / : ;

tion must necessarily be progressive or they wouldn't 4>e )sere. Our merchants ""CONTRACTING:1': ;

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greater on, movements Now satisfaction they" are beneficial--banded, for the to together,buying the! enJthe{ for public; community.their. of own Clewiston.. protection Their, ,pi" 'ogress'and/. ';\..''I to.:.will.cooperate:' mean- .,.., -::'<: ::\,,{. :}l ',y,: :.'>, : :.- : ':.' : '.::' "; .}, :.,: :d', / f; .:"' : > :: :.. :: : '.v : :'.:.::. r::: ; : '4,1;Ij-: ': L g ::J.J' J.



But there is also. an 'obligation. on the part of the, buying\ 'public 7.in this '. ". .,. ,' ":',\:':/;', "'BAlANCED FOOD '. .;.',1 -'. /':', : ', ." ,<" ., '" : :,.: .. ... .. ,'. I

cooperative move in developing Clewiston' which, is: I .,' '::;>::.:> ,.' : ': : :< /r. :::0' > ; :t' / .

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what we have down here. ,.flTorris\ William goes further .in a Public Pulse "communication I are._ give money. .by. consulting. j .us.. ,
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be offered the board of.. < : .:.. I
today and suggests that prizes say by nourishment for day's work This isone "
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1 Our reputation is" recommendation
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trade, for the best letters sent out by Florida visitors'and run in their hometown I pur. \

I of the secrets\why dining i i room js always -.." : .
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\" .,ising... value is immense Such letters as Mr. 'Williams'. suggests. ,. published' \ ; '. : ,"v"::, .,-" :::.:.. <: >-.". :: '". JW 'r .

in the home papers of their writers, have more. potentiality than all the- paid, Di e'vith and you'will I.l 'find i : difference ., ,. .. ..
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publicity might indulge, no matter what its character. : : ; ;: "if3 .
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northwest Missouri, where the thermometer., was four below zero at the time health. '. -: ,- > ; / : :;; '

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of writing and, the roads drifted full of snow-the other oiorthern Iowa, -. r :
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where the thermometer had been 22 below and the women folk had not, left I +, ;" ,
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places throughout the nation and m Floiida. And the, story of what was on '

Tuesday just gone to' be seen in Mr. Williams' home gai den, -blossoming, The Watanabe Hotel '5 CROW BROTHERS .

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peas, and beets, and onions, and carrots, and lettuce ahd radishes, and corn "The n;!:;:-,'r Builders of Clewiston"I: I

high enough to plow-gotten out to the winter-bound northerners must turn -"" '..i ;
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1929' ._' CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA .
Pane
Threw
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: officers are threatened with impeach- could be examined to see what job NOTICE

: ment by the state senate. he able .
was to do.'Vashington.A
The Tax
LaBelle News Assessor of Hendry Coun
ty will meet with the tax payers and
property owners of the
county for
West
Palm
Beach, Feb. 2.-Sheriff the
purpose of receiving returns upon
Haywood. who arrested the bandit measure was pass- all
properties subject to taxation.
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! I ber, Mrs. Wade Hampton and many I Mr. Ed O'Bannon is sick, in bed Register, received a threatening letter led by the house providing six million These meetings to be as outlined be-
PETTEE dollars to enable farmers low:
0 LOVELAND to buy
By GEORGE
others.E. with pneumonia and influenza and saying they will ,kill him signed
Precinct
No. 1, Clcwiston
seeds in the'area'hit by last Feb. 11,
\ among La the crisis is expected this week. your future murderer years at Post Office. }
A plea for cooperation Florida; hurricane.
for the new E. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. This will be loan- Precinct No. 1, Ft. Denaud, Feb. 13,
In working
Belle citizens
ed to them. at Post Office.Precinct l
motored to Immokalee Monday Mr. Bestor has purchased a new
cross state road and to do nothingto Delaney 1\lfami.-Col. Lindbergh will leave No.6, Felda, Feb. 14, at
their interests there Chevrolet six from the Clewiston- Reeves'
after
obstruct the work of the state to look tomorrow for Havana then to British Residence. -
considerable land. tor Precinct No.6, Sears, Feb. 15, at
where both own company. Mexico ,
was expressed I City, President
department Honduras Gil
highway: and thence to Panama inaugurating announced Post Office. ,_

last Saturday by J. .W. Christie chairman the new air mail route. that economic warfare Precinct No. 2, E. LaBelle, Feb. 16,

of a meeting called. Mrs. Taylor, Sr.; who"has been vis- FELDA NEWS would be waged ayainst government at Court House. _
iting Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor in Precinct No.3, W. LaBelle, Feb.
antagonists
Rider is in receipt and their priperty
Attorney confiscated
County The Hendry County Packing association 18, at Court House.
1 LaBelle left Sunday morning for her New York.-Five bandits held
from the state road department \ up and given to
of a letter has been leased to Fort IY- government work HURD L. REEVES
announcing that they havet ,home in Starke. the patrons in a restaurant and ,took ers. I Tax Assessor.
:I ers interests and will open March I
all they had except five cents for 2-t.
-I railroad car
chosen the route along the 1, for the spring' pageant.
(' ;1 as the shortest and most practicaland Mr. Burkhart of Deep Lake visited fare. I'

j work, will be started as soon asP LaBelle last week and was registered The Intercounty f Telephone company -I '- -_ ,
< -possible. at Hendry Ford's hotel, the Ev Fall River.-The incest of Mrs." \
: is installing a telephone systemin
confident erett. He was in LaBelle in the in- Babe Ruth was held yesterday.
Mr. Rider said that he is \
s Felda which will be completed in '
f il that the Hendry county work. will be terests, of the Deep Lake Canneries about 20 ,days. ',.:". ,.' Announcing 'the opening of
I,, which is owned by Barron Collier.He .
among the first projects to be spoI-- Constantinople. ;- The freighterwith I

/, sored by the new state highway. de- is trying to get girls from La Leon I Trotzky on is'several daysoverdue I DENTAL OFFICES

I Apartment and we are sure that he Belle to work in the canning: factoryand and is believed to have per- '.. :

'I will do all in his power to see that reports that they have good RadioNews ished in the storms which are rag- ':

L., the work is started as soon as pos- ': quarters for them to live in and will ing on the sea.'Vashington.One. -, In The Hopkins Block Of
sible. f also board those that wish to be i ,,. :: .

The letter 'received by Mr. Rider while there are individual houses for wreath was sent .{: ,
Paris, Jan. 30.-The Foreign affairs ;('
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the situation the married couples.Ed today for ex-President Wilson's tombon : :
and which explains '
committee of the French parliament i : DR. JOHN ANDERSON,
showing that the state road depart- .. ---:.- Kellogg-Briaud the fifth anniversary of his death.; : ::'.:"; .
recommended that the \
ment is ready to work for the good G. Pfluge has purchased a new '. ;: ,' r.' 'to DentistClewiston ,
treaty be approved. : ." ', :
of Hendry county is printed below. Whippet Six from' the Hill Whippet Miami Beach.-It was announced I! ,. ".... ,, -;.}' .. ..' i.'

Mr. Rider on a recent trip to Talla company. I /' today that Hoover many appoint I Florida.
I Madrid, Jan. 30-Many of the naval -
hassee was instrumental in bringing / Lindbergh as secretary of Air Serv-
}} and\ I' men and high officers who participated -
Mrs. Henderson Misses Jane
the ice.
&* to the attention of the new board "
importance of this road through Hen- and Mary Henderson motored to in yesterdays revolt have I j
r it is rumored. -
dry county, and the, people of LaBelle Fort Myers* .Monday to attend the' pa- been arrested :' Washington, -Capt. George Fried

should be proud of this progressive rade. i visited the White House today and .
.: citizen. : Moscow, Jan. 30-Leon Trotzky is was congratulated personally by .. rL' c r i r.'A

& The letter to Mr. Rider is as follows George Poole has purchased a new to be removed from the Soviet terri- President and Mrs. Coolidge.

six cylinder Chevrolet. tory it was announced today because
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*Mr. H. A. Rider, Attorney, he is meddling with internal affairs. New York.-Thirteen persons who '

Board of County Commissioners, Mr. 'and Mrs. G. W. Pettee, MissesL. were, arrested: in.connection with the .: I IF YOU ARE INTERESTED

@ Hendry County, L. and S. E, Pettee and George, Washington, Jan. 30-President and night clubs last summer are'' in dan- .

LaBelle, Florida. Loveland Pettee motored to Fort Mrs. Coolidge leave Thursday for ger of being arrested again.

'', Dear Mr. Rider: Myers to, attend the parede Mountain_ Lake where he will dedi- IN SELLINGIN-
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Your letter of February 5th regarding -- cate the Bok Tower. The agriculture :Millidgeville, Ga.-Clinton Carnes ( r., : : .... .f'
The Seaboard railway shipped in department bill was passed by the BUYINGIN ,:' .;
the location of Road 25 between arrived at the prison today and was ,
f
, LaBelle and the Lee county I line has two carloads of automobiles, one senate today. Secretary Mellon made placed in the dormitory until he

;:t just been received. I have gone into car containing four Whippet cars and public another letter against the. prohibition I FARM LANDIn

'this matter with the engineers and the other car containing five Ford enforcement liill. i
I LOST-Pair Horn Rimmed Glassesin
find it is true that two surveys' were cars. -

made of this road. One survey followed -, New 'Orleans.-The circuit courtof leather case In Clewiston Mon- or near Clewiston

', practically the present road, LABELLE BASKETT BALL appeals refused to stay the execu day. Finder leave at Clewiston

with some few slight variations, and tion of. Mrs. LeBeouef and Mr. Drehr. News and receive reward of $5.- \ \
WINS OVER PUNTA GORDA
the other followed in general the N. C. STORY. WRITE S
(Courtesy Prof. C.' O. Thomas) Birmingham.-Twelve were \1
Seaboard Air Line railway. After go- I '
Last Friday night the Punta Gorda in explosion -I
killed and one injured an -
ing into this mailer, it appears that
the survey following the railroad is basketball teams, both girls and of\ a coal mine. DR. P. H. JONES CCULLY

boys motored here to ride the La I DENTISTWill ,
very much more desirable, and it is .
Belle teams on a rail as they expressed New Yoik.-Two women had flying be n Moore Haven on the C/en/ is/on's/ Pioneer Real Estate ,Brokers
loca-
.r ,hereby approved as the proper
: themselves in loud chatteron laurels, today. Miss Smith remained following dates: I
ton for ths hghway. Ths, line near
I the streets previous to the game.I in the air 13 hours and received first Jan. 78-9-10-11-12-28-29-30-31
the ralroad is shorter than the other,
over practically the' same territory, J Jr place as woman flier. Miss Gentry Feb. 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23

: However the girls were not match had trouble with her engine and was Mar. 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23
r:: and can be built cheaper, especially I I ;
for our girls and it proved a walk forced down.Mountain .
with regard to the hard-surfacing, as'W'
away for the LaBelle girls by a
the contractors would have oppor-
score of 55 to 5, notwithstanding the Lake.-President Cool-
tunity to locate'side tracks at con-
fact that the Punta Gorda girls were and
,* venient points along tYhe railroad. lidge dedicated the Bok Tower
much heavier than our girls, and bird He made a .
sanctuary today. "
I am having blue prints of the accepted :, 1'" < \ ,
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many of our substitute players : ,
I route sent to the Clerk of the were long speech. ':,'- \'.
used in place of regulars. > .
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Circuit Court of your county, and : r \ "
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II I Franklin. La. Mrs. Lebouef and Dr. .
I would be pleased to have your commissioners -
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The boys? game was a fine game Drehr payed the death penalty for : '
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the right '

: oof way along secure this route.necessary I shall be I'i the whole way through and was noted killing Mrs. Lebouf's husband. They 1 .' ; ::; ';":;, i'(' \ :'( ... :, ;.;,1, .::;: . .' ?

for the clean sportmanlike wayit proclaimed their innocence to the
glad to have you or the 'Clerk adviseme (
from time to time what progress was played. Both sides did remark- last and even the jailers were wrecks J .

I able, and good playing and a good after they were finished.
is being made in the securing of this ,

; Bright of way. game was enjoyed by all. Final ,, } r' '
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frSincerely yours, I score 32 to 18 in favor of LaBelle. Miami, Feb.. 1.-Col. Charles 'A.

\ (Signed) Robert W. Bentley, i -,- Lindbergh landed shortly after five a' } c cT

I,' Chairman. Mrs. James L. Nicholson, assistant o'clock'today from New :York.

I principal, of the LaBelle high school ti'

'J. W. Christie motored Friday to has resigned effective next Friday. Berlin.-President' Hindenberg went

\y Everglades on business. Mrs. Nicholson has taught in the La I to the first movie he had ever been ,"'.. .

Belle high school for a number of I to today. ( t

years and the loss of such /
; an exp -
.' Mr. and Mrs. Graves of Pekin, Ind.,
erienced teacher will be 'felt very New York.-The American Engi-
are visiting their daughter Mrs.

James L. Nicholson in LaBelle for much in the LaBelle ,schools. It is neering society announced that it FROM- ", ',., '., -:'.' : ''':. \

rumored that Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson will President- Elect Hoover .: .
present ,
the winter. i : I :: ; .... ._
will leave town shortly. Miss with a medal.Oklahoma -" .
CALIFORNIA TO CUBA ,I .
Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller Edna Hudspeth one of the teachersin .
.', T. of North ,
('" Florida, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. the grammar school also resignedthis City.-According to reports \ '

N. Miller. r week effective Wednesday isued an avalanche of state \

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Seven carloads of ties were ship-

ped by the Seaboard railway from I f Southern Sugar Company find the Clpwiston Inn, a stop" "

t 4 LaBelle to South Carolina. .) The Seaboard i

prefer ties from the vicinity '- -I-- YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS ping, place comparing ,favorably with popular hotels in .

of LaBelle as they last much longer. .. '
cities' '
larger
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Mr. Bestor of Clewiston spent the I I ,

week end with his family in .. "1 \

LaBene"1 We are proud of the fact that we have I ,S". ', > ." \

Mrs. Joe Ross entertained
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C -Vers} of the Bridge club to a bridge \ I \

! tea Saturday afternon at her pretty helped to make Clewiston a thriving city. i .
Manage
M. E. KYNETT : ;
'florae on Ft. Thompson avenue. .j' ,._. ;.. .. .

t Bridge was played at four tables..

t Mrs. A. L. Henrickson won first We are pioneers in the Barber Business.IT '. l. "- r .

prize. After the cards delicious lunch- 4
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eon was served consisting of salad:: : S ,
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patronize our shop. ( .
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Myers see the: ceremony ". .
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.and parade in honor of Thomas _
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Edison. Among those noticed'w '
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family, Mrs. M. J. Bush, Mr, and \

i f! Mrs. Springston, -Mrs Charlie Clark, f .

Mrs. E. E. ;Edwards, Miss? Signy Hen- ,. ,
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Jas. L. Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. *
Clewiston .'
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: BY THE 12'3 INCHES, ONE RAINFALLFOR DAY HOLDS '. ,

' WAYYUAVEARD: RECORD FOR FLORDIA '

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Gainesville, Fla.-Cloudy all around i .' I'I

and pouring down In the middle Is .,.' I .
Frank O Richmanu and A. E. Anderson Mr. and Mrs 'E. C. Pitcher of Hayward ,I
the Indian sign of rain. Records of 1 I., 1
motored to Palm Beach Sunday Calif., who are spending the ... f \ ,
the United States Weather Bureau, "
enjoying a dip'In the surf. They q.,
as published by the Florida Experiment .
'made'' tho trip over the muck roadto winter in Florida were\ Clewistonlast ; ,,.
Station, indicate that at l leasta ', :
the coast city in twoand, a half Tuesday. This is their third \
few times in Florida It has been "
hours.! trip to Clewiston this winter, having "
"pouring down in the middle. In
., visited here several months ago, and
October, 1924, the rain which fell
Captain and Mrs. F Deane Duff returning for the formal opening of .
during one 24 hour period at New f ..
spent the week end at Palm Beach the new sugar 'mill on January 14.
Smyrna amounted to 23.22 Inches, or :== n; = : = cJ = : : :
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almost an inch an hour. As far as ::, :: ...'.
C. C. Nott, president of the Nott Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crouch andE. \ ,(" ..
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weather records go,. that is the most '-.
Paint and Varnish company of Tampa J. Molter spent Tuesday: on a hunt- I '. '
rain that. ever fell in Florida duringone 'j
accompanied by J. T. Watson of ing trip in, the territory south of 1
day. The highest rainfall for any > .
Tampa spent a day: in Clewiston: on here. Sanders Morgan acted as f .. -
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t month occurred at the same station '
business. I guide.. ,, t, .
I', timing the same month and amounted I ., :t

--r--- to 39 inches. I : j \ ,'fl
Dr. and Mrs. G. Frutiger. of Davenport Plans are now being made by the 1" ;'. !'- '
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) Ia., spent Sunday in Clewis- members of ,the Ladles Aid societyof I \ .' ,. \ : ,I:
on the climate of Florida, which .
tong being shown the sugar company the Clewiston_ Community church I J.
has just been published by the Flor- --: j
plantations and mill by E. W. McCully. for a minstrel show to be given with- \., .' ..
i da Experiment Station. The authorsare \ "
They said they were greatly i impressed I in the next few weeks, it was learned :. ,
\ I A. J. \Iitchell, meterologist of the \ I
by the prospects here. this week. The decision came after t' : .
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'I members of the association saw tho Weather Bureau at Jacksonville, and I ,:' I ;;. '.. I"&'; / WELCOME : .

M. R. Ensign, truck horticulturis of : '
H. E. Fridge spent the ''week end wealth of talent in Clewiston at the : \ ,
the Experiment Station : 1. '
with his family in Fort Myers. dedication of the new A. C. L. rail- I : i. ; "
Out of the 365 days in the year, )> ; r-/-; :
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load passenger station a week ago. : c :

I Samuel Turner Brooks, mechanical the average number during which ..' /"' ',.,\ :., ., <:,'' MR. HOOVER .
Y rain falls Is about 122, according to \ i 1
superintendent of the Clewiston News I Mis. William G. Ames entertained ( '

and E. W. McCulIy local real estate I Monday afternoon with a bridge par- the authors. The highest percentageoccurs : :
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during June, July, August and ,-": \J
broker are planning to spend the I ty honoring Mrs. Anna D. Hewitt of September.On I : : \ :/ I

week end in Lakeland. Indianapolis, Ind. The Ames home on r ::', : : .;., ,., "
I the other hand, continued' dry \., ....,.1( '.,,1 : -'.. ,:. r ,"". ,". ,., ...... .'.',:'/' 'f.-, ". .,:' it1
Arcade avenue was, attractively dec- ; .;; '. (
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-- periods during the fall and winter : : :\: 1:::: F.{;> -: :." W'
James L. Rodgers of Espana, Cuba, orated and delightful refreshments '
I months are not unknown. In 1893 at : ;.< ':.ijh} :; ; /;" .' :;\
an official of the Matanzas: Sugar were served. Among the guests were : ,; : :
I Key West, no rain fell from Febru- :
company spent a few days in Clew Mesdames Anna D. Hewitt, of Indianapolis r:: SOUTHERN SUGAR CO. -
ary 25 to April 17, a period of 52 consecutive : ,
iston as the guest of P. G. Bishop, G. W. Gordon, Albert I
days. From December 1906to
operating vice president of the Sou- I Backus, J.V.. Markley of Logans-
May 1907, a period of 137 days,
thern Sugar company. Mr. Rodgerswas port, Ind, Franc Howard, M. W. Bigg,
less than one inoi!> or rain fell at
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very: much impressed with the W. T. Bailey, R,- Y. Patterson, C. A. L t.. c
Key: West, and this is the record ., -S." .
sugar cane activities here and said Jackson, T. H. Jackson of Vincennes,
drouth in Florida since 1871.
that he will return to Clewiston later Ind., Claude Downs Nancy Puryear

in the year. of Dalton Ga., W. K. Downs of Con- '
Dutch Harbor, Alas Thirty-three *
yers, Ga., and Ida Sprecher of Hen-
persons were saved off of a: ship that ,.,' ,... .
John J. Seip of Allentown, Pa., dersonville, N. C. 1 .'' -', .",'" -. I- ...
went on the rocks but one man refused V .
spent a few days in Clewiston visit \ '
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ing Mr.. and Mrs. P. A. Poche.I Claude Downs spent a few days In to be saved. '."-'

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\ Georgia last week.'
29,000 ft. Jan. 1 192G-added space St. "
George B. Hills of the Jacksonville: = = = : = = :: )
Clair bldg., 39,000 ft. April 1, 1929- : :: : : :: : : :: = :: ::::: :: ::= :: :: :: =:::::::::::= :: :: : :: c- :::::c- >:: ::: :c:=: : :=
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engineering firm of that name. was Miss Ingaborg Williamson of Kan-
Palmolive bldg. and laboratory, 62- .
I in Clewiston on business last week. sas City: and Miss Nancy Russell of '

r 000- ft. I \. .. .
the same city are spending a few "
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In addition the company has office \
F. L. Williamson spent Tuesday in weeks at the home of Miss William
space In the principal cities in the
,Miami completing arrangements for son's father, F. L. Williamson.
United States and several foreign
in
the arrival of President-elect Herbert
'coun tries. ,:, ,", :" r 5'Y.,,J :'
Hoover in Clewiston today. ,
Mrs. Albert Backus had as after- ,c '; 1j
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nodh g ests for bridge Mesdames G. I v.TV > 5).

Mrs. E. L. Stewart left Tuesday by W. Gordon, ,Anna D. Hewitt, and T. NOTICE V ,

motor' for Macon, Ga., where she was H. Jackson. 1
To Whom It May Concern: :.k l 'S
called the illness of her sister. I i
by '
Notice Is hereby given that on and ,

I after March 1st,- A. D. 1929. all cat- ." 5::.: "' ;P'O) : t;', i t' e' ";: ? '!"::'... '.r1 iy,.,'. ;J,..l:;,di..I: ;! (,f''li814; ;ti.1'.:" ".',;""'"''' ..' ;t:+; ...f. ._ 'J! I


Mrs.a small William birthday G. Ames dinner entertainedat Tuesday I SHOWN CELOTEX IN GROWTH MOVE ritory tle Chapter found approximately within 12824 the Laws the area same of describedin Florida as that, \;::;5 0\ a,;ii: ';':{f.1tt\;/\' }:'; t.,':{, i:;: (I 6; r J r .J f \ L';;i;.-'. ;r:i, ;;4'.:: ::]. ,;;;%::9', 1.:i t t' : :; r '- (


night honoring her son Leonard. Fol- creating a No Fence Area in the ter- I j,

.' lowing the delightful dinner bridge The Celotex company, recently list Acts of 1927, same being an Act i.r.' ( _)' 4J)

was enjoyed. The guests ,were Mr. ed on the New York stock exchange, I included in the Clewiston and Sugar- I __ )
I land Drainage Districts, will be takenup
and Mrs R. L. Simpson, Miss Inga- about April 1, 1929, will move from I
and impounded as required by y' 1, ,,
borg Williamson, Miss Nancy ,Russell 645 North Michigan 'avenue, Chicago, said' Act and the owners of said cattle -

and E. J. Kerr. to the new Palmolive building at will be held responsible for all! 1dX,. ''' .. 'ar. % .is',',
a y }
damage done by said cattle in said
North Michigan\ avenue and Walton ..
-- I provided in said Act. -' r
area as '
William G. Ames spent the past Place, where it has leases and op- This action becomes as : : ,
necessary : ' c <' 't c .; ," '
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week in New Orleans on business. tions on more than 50,000 feet of of- Drainage District destroying crops : ::, ::' .:. -Ji t, .;,7', : "

w He left Clewiston last Saturday and fice space. The Celotex, laboratory cattle are now within the Sugarlandthat '
are growing in said area and .r .
': was scheduled to return today. will still be maintained at 310 West injuring sugar cane' fields. I t ,.

SuperIor street. The company manu- I F. DEANE DUFF President "':-

Hurd L. Reeves for material' from Board of Sunpervi jiors. Sugarland
tax
assessor factures an insulating :: : : :: :: :: : : :: :: :: :: ::< : : :: ::
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Hendry county was a business visitorin sugar cane fibre. Starting seven years 2t.-15-22. ::. = = ::::::= : =::: ::: =c : L1
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Clewiston this week. ago to manufacture 30,000 feet of : r 0

celotex a day, it now has a daily out- PUBLIC NOTICE .:. S -j j -: : :< "" ,, .., : -
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;H. L. Delaney1conniy commissionerwas put of more than 1,250,000 feet. I .: '

seen In this district this week. The gro'wth of the company's office .This is to, inform all concerned thata .. : _:, t't f : : : I ,

,: is follows Willys-Knight five passenger tourIng .".,. I vl l -, .
space as : car, Motor No. S9221, model of 'J" '

II I president Jules M. Burguieres of the Southern, executive Sugar vice Chicago April 1.1,200'922-Conway ft. April} 1,. 1923 building 2,700, I'and 1924 storage'''will be bill sold, now to satisfy overdue.a repair ; .) 2 : : :5 ;:: ; : : :; 'ar(


.1 and company manner expressed in spent which satisfaction a 'day the in work Clewiston with is pro-the i i ft.000 Jan.ft., Jan.6, .1924 1, -1925-add Poole 'building laboratory, 17-, I[ CONNELL'S. SERVICE,Clewisfon STATION,2t.Fla. !::'t 0 b'0.: i M t ; 'r) ; ; ; : : :::t iJ


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I,:. Is a'the News the management publication true the best circulation and publisher statement of that his()and,knowledge etc.the of of ifa, following of theClewiston the the daily and ownership aforesaid;belief paper is, to,,, ... the Behind health,the varied of our scenes operations consumersAll of Ice manufacture constantlyareinprogresstosafeguard-- rl 5 I I I "' 'i;i..I '..v, -1'-I.:-'';vi=.,'<<' 4t.. ; rt,,t } {;.!. :,:;; : : : .1.. .. ,. :: .;I:':



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the publisher, editor, managing editor I' :5 .*

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I iston, Fla., Managing Editor, none, :
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FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 15, 1929 CLEW1STON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA ,1
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BETTER BUSINEE Miami Locks so that in shipping cane" MRS.\ IV. G. AMES\ .\ I .';

ASSOCIATION for replanting in the South Bay area IS NAMED\ HEAD ,

;J ORGANIZED HERE it is necessary to barge it to South I OF LADIES AID ." ,

via Lake Okeechobee. I' I I' "
-- Bay Cr '.:.... '
(Continued from page 1) Additional planting operations an-/ :j / \ "

nounced by Southern Sugar company j R: L. Simpson, itPatterson: P. G. / .' '. '

f> itors; explained the greatness of the I officials during the past few weeks j Bishop. Julius Alston' F. L.. William- //Ht' : :

'work of the Southern Sugar company include new area .on the Benbow es-j I son, W. C. Hanson, C. A. Jackson, \ ;
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and the part B. G. Dahlberg! tate near Moore Haven in Glades D. Cole, Jesse Allha'nds, and F. .; .<; .3 .

; personally is taking In developing county, South Sugarland Drainage L. Tatom. I '. .. .,."..' .,."_. .'j.<'t."'.. ..". ..,'.". .:',..''' .r.. '",...... ..., ,\ ( :.
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this section to the benefit of the lo- district in Hciulry county, and Bare Publicity-Mrs. .A. Montgomery, : :, _' I, _... :. .: .,. J

cal merchant, L. A. Morgan of the Beach, Miami Locks and South Bay chairman, assisted" Mesdames G. i . r ,

Clewiston News moved that CaptainF. In Palm Beach County.P. I L. Sims, R L. Simpson, F. L. Williamson n c :::: : :,:::: :::::':I t =::,-,-==: ':: =:,: : : y : ::: '; : ::>: : :: r = : = : :: : = : /:

Deane Duff and P. G. Bishop be Albert Backus, ,T. V. Wat- : : :: : -:= = : ::
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invited to address the merchants at : son, G. W. Gordon, ,V. S. Harvel, and \
MOVIE IS
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i their next meeting on the work of HERE I I W. T. Bailey. ,\ -.-.
SUCCESSFUL :. I ,
the Southern Sugar and allied companies CARD PARTY NEXT lfembershipIrs. Albert Backus,

t. in Clewiston.In / chairman, assisted by :Mesdames Sto-

the absence of C. V. Parkinson Continued from ) I II rey, Fred Moltz, W. C. Hooker]: ,
( page "
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who was named temporary chairman I L. Sims, E. W:McDonald, Bert !x '.A >

i at the organization meeting'' last. Friday moving picture-"Lilac Time" which I Gus! ,McGhee and Mrs. Frealy. '-i*: /.*Vl'A- *; >' < .

i night, L. A. Morgan was named I was scheduled to be shown here theI II Flowers-;Mrs. W. S?. Harvel, chairman ''. ''v7''"*'. ,? / ''.,.- : .; -

; temporary. chairman, until the election -I past week. assisted by Mesdames A. Backus -

of officers when O. L. Jeffries, I A record crowd.is expected at the I E. W. McDonald. :r ; -

as vice president took the chair. Windows-Mrs. G. W. Gordon assisted S. '
card party and dance next Thursday
talks .. F '
tI. Several interesting were night as the Watanabe lobby floor by Mesdames WillIam". Ames ft. :: 1\- ; WELCOME ; '' % ;


outstanding made during of the which evening were among those the of cently since it is was now scraped exceptionally and : waxed good for re- and'Rummage C. A. Jackson.Sales-Mrs. R.' L. Simpson 4 ::.:l. :: ; :: ; ,1 t: i> ; : ,;1,;. ;.'-; --* : '

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L.: L. Ramsey, postmaster, ,R: L. dancing.Mrs. chairman assisted Mesdames .L r 3

Simpson, and Edison C. Speer. William G. Ames, chairman of Fred Moltz, Albert Backus, Storey, I >

Mr. Ramsey in .commenting ,on the the arrangements committee com- W. S. Harvel, G. W. Gordon, J. O. i .:.J.. ,r.-' ,,- ), ; ;1\,( /: MR. HOOVER .' {' '.. .?'. ,;'",
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work possible for the association in the movement to I French, J. G. Allhands, Bill Allen; : iY : h 7
menting on procurethe j >
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connection with combatting mail or- required books for the school library Walter Whilten, Henry Derndorf, C. J ;:YI }r: ;. k ',

der business\ said that one one day said: I A. Jackson and Miss Leydig. : (. ;:t.;, ,, .-, '- .,. ,. .
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mail order business out of Clewiston: ) ; ,.<. /: .;: :t :'::.. !:.. ._,-'. ',:. .if:.> -f>,., ./>
"It is gratifying to see the peopleof ': "" : .0"r' : .. ... '

( .had"For amounted the quarter to $1,000.period ending ed the the community plan for so the keenly bettermen interest of RURAL COMMON SENSE /' : ; :; : ; \ : .
In : : [
December 31, 1927, the money order By Spuds Johnson : : 'i1Ji' j : \:10: : t i.

.. business. $13,600 In Clewiston, while for was the approximately period- that the local when is complete school this ,series and we I will am of entertainments have confident suf-- What is the/end of it all in> farm- tiJ >' i ; ": } ;; ;i {

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ending December 31, 1928, the money ficient funds to the ing, or in any other line of work, .anyway 'M .. ,' !" .' : t ) ,",' CLEWISTON '' \ ./.:, .-.... /1 ;
properly equip
? Is It primarily to make money? 'Sr
order total $28,323.28.
was
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school library. There is to than ..
more
farming y ti.
The shortage of houses in Clewis-, '
ton directly affects the merchant's I making money by running a farm.
SPECIAL DAY FOR
business It was explained, as it was HENDRY COUNTY ATLEE The primary object Is better farmingand 1 1 L r -
better farm _
brought out that considerable money COUNTY'FAIRContinued marketing of prod- ', ,

is sent from here to families in other ucts should be to make: it possiblefor

the farmer and his family to live
'.... cities, while if there were"sufficient ( from page 1) :.:. :------ -" ' : -"
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better. Better :
living means more attractive S : ;
houses here, that money would be :

kept and spent in Clewiston. western end, officials of the Lee farm homes, more conven- I IF
iences in these homes, better schools,
,R. L. Simpson in an enlightening County Fair association have desig-
better churches, better roads, better ,
talk said that a Clewiston property
nated Saturday' as Hendry County
9 communities, ,and many other things ; ; :: r n: ::: = c c : : : :
owner could afford to pay 20 per Day at the Lee County fair which c U : : jcH :L t F : \ :: : ) : : : = / \
that help to make life in the open : :: = =
cent if for goods in Clew-
necessary opens at the fair grounds in Fort r "
iston and still be economical country more enjoyable."Too ". \
more Myers on next Tuesday February 19, .
\ than dealing with mail order houses. 'it was learned this week. much stress has been laid on

He explained his the theory the material side of farming and too,I
point on The fair which 'is now rated as the frKy
: little thought has been given to the
that part of the money spent here third largest fair in Florida is attracting II
I fact that the basis of agriculture is
will return to the if not
spender, ; visitors from as far north as Tam- ,, .; ,' 1, 0' ;
indirectly .at least increased. prop- pa while many Miami residents will the farm home. Too many economists r
have reached'the II
conclusion that the
erty values. make the trip over the Tamiami Trailto

"The eyes of hundreds of merchants be present. Y I only way to farm successfully is to ,., .. ',
t.:j. xEai! ?t. j'L
place the farm on a factory basis,
in, the state are now turned toward
"f" Johnny J. Jones shows are on the
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.Clewiston as an ideal place for a lo midway, so that ,in addition to the with quantity production as the goal. +r -jl, ; : fi' rtY:;I.;.
We can 'point to no pages in history _
cationMr... Speer told the merch- interesting exhibit in the various


r. A Among ants, and in them added his are office that prominent he for had 40 chain applications stores.gro-- equalled booths offered, at the only the entertainment by fair those in Fort offered Myers facilities at the are itable where"There as agriculture the are industries.too has many been.factors; as.prof.involved \- .:':,,. ], ,_'.I i cj: ;:{,,t-tii;: 1 ji. _!.i.. 1 :;L ,l.r :;;; ,{ 1 i;. j8/ {(. ?iti; ;*..#'-.':ij: : : < :.', -


in connection with agriculture ..., r- ', .,.. .. .'t.y ",,> ., .'t ,,..., ., '.
< eery corporations, hardware stores South ,Florida fair at Tampa and, the : .>>I. '.';: .-" > ., J.,' 4, ,f'k t'q.'J }t, .1,; ."x. ." -" '"""wc..t' ; ,' r'+, +
and others. He explained that he has I Jacksonville fair. which are. beyond the control of

discouraged too great competition Thomas A. Edison, electrical wizardis ,man-weather conditions, such as / -?. / >'v .,g1 : i&'?Ht tj,".,,'. : :
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.and that he has tried to bring in new droughts, floods, frosts, insect pests,' ; ; .v if vv5v.v > V '' '"' :1 ,
an annual visitor at the Lee Coun- \ :|, S' : ;; j- :::>v } /;:; : .v"K/ ; > ;
plant diseases, and the great difficulty
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merchants in an Intelligent
way ty fair as is his next door neighbor r
In his plea for whole 'hearted cooperation Henry Ford and it 'is. believed prob- of organizing agriculture."It + ,' ti' )

matters little to the farmer I I,
6' of the merchants with the --
1' able that the two will be accompanied

Southern Sugar company the speaker on their trips to the fair! this year what may be the financial outlook :',,',. .. .. .. .
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: of some $20,000 a week, and that ev ing at Miami and who has already he must carry on. On the other hand, .

ery progressive merchant in the community made the short trip over the trail to the industries are slightly affected by _
/ climatic conditions : : : : : ====== .
and close
: \ will do all in his power to visit his friends. can
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& show 'thorough cooperation with the That Clewiston will be representedby down in the hour of financial dis- \

' ;, organization that is responsible for a substantial delegation is indi-- tress. ,

the bulk of the Clewiston weekly plans for''' motorcades. Whether this "But after all, the farm and the ;J J

payroll. Bated:: in the early comments and open country offer a civilization that .f : !,\ :.>'';J i <, ''.> ., .. <. '.. ').':- '; ;\. '.:i.u": '" ., .. .
The date for f cannot be obtained elsewhere- in-
the next meeting, will will be in the form of an official 'mo ) an : : '

'_ 1 be determined by the president. torcade has not yet been decided but dependent life, the opportunity to en- ;J: .

.'. JI.'t-. it is certain that a'' 'largo delegationfrom joy and investigates the laws of na- C:'.?,'w.t f't'1.f! ;. t' ,'

,'.' i ture, the for
environment the develop-
America's New Sugarbowl will t :
: ment of a strong and vigorous fam- ,
;r HOOVER WILL SEE' be present on Hendry County Day.
.:' ., ::' DAWN OF NEW ERA I ily. The man who lives his life with- .

.' > I IN LADES TODAY ST. LOUIS VISITORSAT out having spent some part of it in : I

----r-- FEW YEARS IMPROVEfllENTS.fERE the country is to be pitied. It is impossible -. .' : ::{ ; Il y \
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A (Continued from cage 1)) for )him to understand ..all .t- ',' .'l\ "I\W' ?I''',. t ::" WELCOME 'S _. r..." I
I the joys and pleasures that : :. -,' ; : '.
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I ,t. their 200 mile motor trip from Miami j (Continued from X) offers to mankind," .v I ::J); ;'_ , .,.... ,;; 't\. -_.'... .I -. .: .. \,
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Glades f t' P .!S; '. .I',,_' .1-" ;'." i<:"#. .": !" 3J\. ';:. MR HOOVER' "
Through and Heudry. count plant, Mr. and'Mrs. Cook were taken ,:lashmgton.-The shipping" board .' '.. I .. 1 >," ... .f" ; "
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t ties and tomor.rothrough Palm through the cane fields, and traveling I I announced to the seriate committeethe .';-,.':iT :.;;: .?:::::.:' i j:)!\ f .
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Beach .
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/ county, the President-elect and along the Sugarland highway, the sale of the Norh Alauitc fleet : '. "S :9 r' ,'' .... t
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;f" ,.,. l his party' will see concrete evidence I I' progress made in this section was J JI Chapman Iiir., for ?1G,000,000.. !'o..' : .; : :; : ,. > '

..'. of what the vision and perseverance 1 1]I again brought out when Mr. Cook -, : >r'' /

1,. of one man, B. G Dahlberg, has done ) said: :
London.-Lillie Langtteo, noted :
to change the nation's mental picture !j "The last time I came over this "
I grand opera'Singer, died today ,
-.of the Florida Everglades from a forbidding I road, we stopped somewhere along, ,
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.: jungleland into the greatest here and put on, great ropes on the I I Mexilo: City.-Ambass'ador Dwight "" ::::; :';:" ,', "CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

sugar producing area In the country. automobile wheels so we could get I W. : \ :, ..
Morrow .
,' announced today of the ,
'r Driving through' the "sugar belt' through tho .. ..
water. .
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'engagement of his ;
A' I youngest daugrter ; "
(the visitors will pas's :, .. ... .
great trains off "It is very wonderful. When we i: -, \ '
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f- 'I Ann Spencer Morrow to Col. CharlesA. I 1- .. I < : \ :-
tractor-hauled can wagons carrying last saw dlewiston there just :
was a .
Lindbergh and the wedding is to \ !:' '
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IW May or June In Mexico City or I ,' '. "
r: ton a day sugar mill for .grinding or the Inn is ; : ."
i' now, and it is thrilling i New York. : .I d' ..
: They met when lindbergh
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If:: to new fields for replanting in connection to see now new buildings, !
sugar
"' : i was in Mexico and when leaving '
:D\.; ,with the 12,000 acre planting; fields, cano trains, sugar mills, I I City /< \
'. | he flew close her'head. ,
f ., .. ';', program now being pushed, 5r will schools and churches. Mr. Dahlberg t, .over If ; : ', : :: : :, A : 'I.i "

.". ;;-see .12 and 15 car railroad trains load is to be highly complimented for his |f Mexico Clt.-Threatening letters' .
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'ed and rolling toward the mill. I wonderful achievement.. ,, J I were sent today to President Gil and / -:;.,......
In Clewiston the visitors'will, see I '
\ Ex-president Calles. Three bombs 1
the town that sugar built with manyof I More than 150 strains of pigeon i
were found in the houses
of promi- =
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of President Coolidge Uy MrBok.. dress of welcome to the Presidentand { = = }O _, _' ::._.._ __, ,_ .... / I
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GEORGE PETTEE country had increased in the amountof day history will reverse itself and a I / ', I

The writer andy; his party left, La attention, it had given to art and president of .the United States will ,. ', ;:I

Belle at eight Friday morning think- the short period of 300 years it had come to Florida to live and will be I 'Ii .

ing that they' would arive before all taken to do this. lIe told how the elected governor of the state .of Flor I II i! <

others 'at thel sanctuary. Many scenic I I / .. ; _
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and interesting objects were seen otc, had brought about this attention After the speeches were over the i: .' t

along, the road. After we ;reached the to art. And then went into detail to President and his party marched over } i ., ,' ': f.

road near More Haven we forgot we tell how .the radio, the automobileand the bridge and into the tower and I '. :" "

were riding. The road is so smooth the motion picture show had beena then around stopping on pur side and : 1' .' I 1 _
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miles the fence of a beautiful grove The main purpose of this sanctuary that the secret service men wouldn't I.I -i .: j : '
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.flame vine. I preach the gospel of beauty and then played Onward Christian Sol- .. : .. :1:

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were greeted by traffic. : directors who I I oBk's generosity he does not wish. Song, Consolatoni. Minuet in G, An- \ ., I., I ,. ,!
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street corner these young men directed .other millionaires showed that they I Sweet Voice, God's and and Our I AS PIONEER MERCHANTS IN CLEWIS TON WE

the motorlst'.by motioning the way were not doing It for a selfish spirit. United States.Immediately. I ,

to proceed. When we arrived near The tower contains Gl bells and afterward the cars I i I

the tower the traffic was divided into the task of turning thorn out perfectly began to move and in less than an I .' FULLY APPRECIATE THE SIGNIFICANCE I OF I'

two parts and some cars directed ] tuned was ,so intricate that it had hour had all moved out along a, .double I

to go one way and others another. taken a year for their construction line toward home. YOUR VISIT AND'SINCERELY WELCOME YOU MR. [,

TYo, soon found ourselves in a mass and gazing on the structure one will I I ,
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about 15,000 :and we were' in the center the singing tower. bergh arrived in British Honduras .on I HOOVER TO CLEWISTON.
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the fence near' the tower which was J. R. ALSTON'S GROCERY STORE II Y"; : CLEWISTON FURNITURE[ & DEPT.STORE '

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many that they were in the sanctuary I

where they could not be seen. The Who will handle a line of ,Ii I'

sanctuary a low spot of land surrounded '
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EIGHT' !tli; /I" CLEWISTON .
NEWS, CLEWIS TON FLORIDA .
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15..' 1929
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NEW DISEASE IN I MUCKMOBILE UESD Mr. Skipper. Bits About Florida have been shipped from Fort Pierce '
Jadwin .
J 1 gar chief. of army engineers
TO FIGHT FIRE: Mr. Ralph J. Blank Fort Lauder' I since the I
r season opened about a advocated strongly that the federal

if I dale.Mr. lIrWalter W Rose of Orlando reminds month ago. These shipments arc ,increasing government assist the state of Florida
TOMATO FIELDS (Continued from page 1) George F. McCall, lIiami..Tames' .
t us that big capital is much daily and this industry Is In flood control of ;Lake Okeecho-
L. West, Associated Press. .
j Interested In Florida. In the last beginning to play. an important partin bee. r '.. '
FOUND INSTATE caterpillar tread making it possible Thomas Stokes, United Press.
three years the railroads have Invested the industrial IlCe'of that section.
to travel swiftly over the softest George Durno, International News.
$125,000,000, the telephone com Florida is to be featured a. forth-
muck soil. J Edward L. Rodden, Universal Ser Seven ordinary range; steers made ,
panies $22,000,000, the and coming issue of the National Geographic -
The suction hose will extend from vice. power an average dally grain of 1.24 pounds I
State Plant Board Is light companies $100,000,000 while L magazine in description and
the center of any field on the Southern I L. Cl: Speers, Ne v. 'York .Times. each for 210 days, ,in feeding trials V.P"r i
Making Every ; $42,000,000' have been spent for port colors. Two of the magazine's editorial r
Effort .
Sugar company plantations to Cater Field, New, ,York lIeraldTribune. conducted at the Florida Experiment I
development. There have been invested staff are now' In the stat )photographing .
fro Check Growth the nearest diainage'canal from '. station. The steers were pastured on :
( in home building $300,000,000, scenes ,of Interest. The '
which the water will be pumped. Because Eugene Thackery, New/ York] I a Nell-fei.rilized pasture and received r! .i
I IJ in city pictures with 12,000
development $2QO,000,000 and a word story, regarding "
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of the speed possible with the no other 'ieed except minerals. '
By J. FRANCIS COOPER World., :
,.'' in road construction over $100,000- Florida will appear ,In the ,,. .' .. _
Editor, Florida Experiment Elation muckmobile and the efficiency of the George M. Van' Slyke} ,' New York 004. publication. :'. I
In all
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I nearly a billion dollars.The -
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Gainesville, Fin, Feb. 14.-The tomato fire fighting equipment the danger of Sun. -. -', /' I 192S-29 citrus crop in Floridais ? .., "' ,, Every.' child likes! to nave a place

industry of Florida is again fire loss in, the company fields is now Philip Kinsley. ,. Chicago. Tribune. --- S I reserved. 'especially:' for his toys and
expected to reach 20,500,000 boxes
JJerOle'
threatened by a serious fungous dis- reduced to a minimum., Chicago Daily'News. according to : Speaking! : the Houst Flood I treasures. A small closet is an ideal
an estimate announced .
ease. The new (}disease declared by 1 ,,. J. Fred Essary, Baltimore Sun. Control committee, recently Gen. Ed- place for such purposes. ,
.'. recently by the clearing house of
Dr.. G. F. Weber, associate plant pa- -. -. .,- Robert Norton and Mrs. Norton, Bos I I
Winter Haven, Florida. This is "
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thologist "at the Florida Experiment Post.I ;, ',' .. .. ,
SIMPLICITY TO ton I.Thomas I increase .of. about a million boxes I : = 1 I

Station, to be a species of Stemphy- MARK WELCOME J". Healy, Philadelphia. Public ] :. over the estimate made. in Septem i i *. : : :

liuni has been of serious ,
consequencein OF Ledger.
COMMUNITY \ ber. ; I
,the state only during the last two Beamish wife .. .
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or three years. It has never been reported -I (Continued from ,page 1) Inquirer. ".' \ \ .( ,
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Building permits for more than
attacking tomatoes before. Carlisle Bargeron', Washington.
I five and one half million dollars .
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Dr. : .
,Weber has just returned from dairy, with a dessert of strawberry Post. : ;-(* '

an inspection trip over the tomato) short .cake, the strawberries and Russell Young and Mrs. Young, worth of construction were Issued in .. ,. ,. ."i''

growing area around Homestead and cream for which will come from Clew Washington Star. '. Palm during Beach 192S and West Palm Beach f .', /.:, )- :,:< ,' ; ::11:
according to figures of ,
reports that this new disease is do- iston. Sugar for the coffee is to be John Gleisner Scrlpps'Howard Al- .
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the building '
inspectors I .
of the two : ;: :
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more damage at the present .
raw sugar ground at the Clewistonmill. liance. j. .J ; .' ,
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I I This Is the highest total ,. -
than all other tomato diseases com Robert Armstrong. : '

bined. He and other investigators J. C. Brown International News.: of any year.since 1025. '. -
I Early Saturday morning, President N //VvELCOME .
'j'jt MR. HOOVER
surveyed thousands of acres of toma- elect Hoover and his party will probably Merz Lavoy. Pathe News. r

toes, and found the disease attacking is estimated, that the acreage .
the and Arthur Detitta, Fox News.
,inspect plantations? new '. -
practically every variety grown in sugar mill of the Southern Sugar Harry Trigander, Paramount !News. planted in celery in Florida this sea- "

that area. Nailhead; rust, the bane oft company after which the visitors Tvlll Charles Sauwald, Kinograms News son is 20 per cent greater than last I Wl:: ", ,

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":'n':ato growers during recent years, continue their' tour through Bare Reel. year. Lower East Coast plantings of ':'.;". ". : I

wa!;' found to be entirely absent in Beach, Miami Locks, South. Bay and I Thomas Howard, 'p 'and A Photoc. tomatoes are unusually heavy.: The \: :.>" .. ;" : .' \ ,.:; :' : ., ..

the Homestead area in early February on to Palm Beach. Berkeley. Payne, Associated Press main crop in Dade and Broward c, fi}.

this year. In addition /to Mr. Hoover and Photos. counties is around 15,000 acres com- As the' Army plays a great part -in this '
The( pared with 11,000
Slemphylium disease has harvested last
LawrenceRichey, his personal assist- M. J. Ackerman. N. E. A. '
been noted by Dr. Weber in the Bra- year. Nation does the West Coast Army.
and, the Governor has invited the Roy Pack, Int. News .Reel'and Her-, so .
denton, area for the last four five fOI-j'
or lowing to be his guests : for. the ald. Store in Clewiston. We are glad to
The Florida State
years\ but it. was of minor importance Chamber of Com
The following members of the
doing only small merce claims that during 1928 Florida have
a damage, until State Everglades Drainage Board, of Old Newspapers you as our guest. ,

two years ago when whole fieldsof exports and Imports aggregated .
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which the Governor is Chairman: .

tomatoes were defoliated. Again Nathan Mayo, commissioner of Agriculture Used In MulchingSince $80,000,000 In value. Imports during >, h; %,; '(:,:."iA, ,> ::j. i. I : :': ':;:;:::; : L'.F' "

last year it was of serious sonce- Ernest Amost, Comptroller, the first nine months of 1928 exceeded ;ev ;: : ; : ;. : (j

quence in the Bradenton area, and so much is being said and in value by moro than $2,000,000thtose .. '. '
W. V. Knott, State Treasurer, Fred '
Dr. Weber expects it to attack the written about the use of prepared pa- of the 'same period in 1927. ..;) / '' .
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/ Davis, Attorney General, Senators : :, '!
plants this year. '. per' as a mulch for gardens and truck Exports from Miami to Havana during S
Fletcher and Trammell of Florida. .
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The new disease attacks only the patches Dr. E. W. Berger suggeststhat 192S increased nearly 100 per ARMY
WEST COAST STORE
Hon. S. .Wallace Dempsey, .Member .
leaves of the tomato plant, and may old newspapers and magazines cent over 1927 and 400 per cent over .
of Congress from New :York and .
attack them from the time they are might be utilized for the same pur 1926. .
Chairman the Rivers and Harbors : Clewiston florid
iu the'seedbed until they are full pose about rose'' bushes, newly 'set !
Committee of the House of Repre : .
grown in the field. The disease trees or shrubs around the home. Cash actually received by .strawberry ,,, .
produces I '
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I sunken, .. spots on the leaves, the sentatives.Hon. Frank R. Reid, Member of The paper not only prevents weeds growers through sales on the '.,: ::: :t<:<;I '.::" ';; : ) ;. :. : : : .,' : ;........I"': ;. >:,J: x, ;) .

spots being grayish in' the center and and grass from growing, but eliminates Plant City F. 0: B. market up to Jan '''\ .:!' '' f'" I"f'::"' ;: ;.t'i ;
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(Congress from Illinois and Chairmanof ) : ) :. i' ::
surrounded ba dark baud. The I Flood Control Committee of the the need of hoeing or cultiva- uary 31. ran about three and one-half .;r4'r j r I. _, \. "

spots are usually small and may be House of Representatives.Hon. tion and conserves moisture, he says.A times fore than for the correspondingtime
round oval or, irregular. liberal application of fertilizer of 1927. Business men of that ;' "
Herbert J. Drane, Member of : '
The, organism has been found to ( shpuld, be made before the paper is city have reported \ considerably increased !

grow best in warm weather, at temperatures Congress Hon. from Florida. applied. Later application of fertili- activity in all lines as a re : : >;-.7;; : :; "" ':< ''' ''- '' ''5.-' >
Walter F. Lineberger, Consulting ,
around 78 to 82 degrees zer may be made light on top of the sult. ",, 5 5
Engineer, former member of ,I -
Fahrenheit, and dioduces spores .at mulch as the paper will rot out in i, ,, ( I t' .
S3 Congress from California and personal } More'than ten carloads of shrimp ... ) !.ii'.'. .
or 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Experiments about a year and should be renewed.! : I..J. ,.
friend of Mr. Hoover. I
at Gainesville have shown that The paper: should be covered with
Major General Edgar Jadwin Chief ... ,-
the same organism will grow on pep- grass,.weeds, or dirt to prevent the "" ..
of Engineers for Rivers ;and Harbors,
pers, ground cherries, eggplants, and Washington, D, C. wind blowing it, away. Dr. Berger has

nightshades. used this method with good result, '
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Mr. Fred C. Elliot Chief Engineerof Sn .L.:
According to Dr. Weber, a spray of he ,says.
the Everglades Drainage Board.
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.1-4-50 Bordeaux mixture is the best ( ;
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Hon. Glenn B. Skipper, / National '
control known so far. It should be Studies caried on by the agronruy
Republican Committeeman for Flor-
applied weekly after the plants are department of the Florida Experiment %

up. ida. station for the past two years 4
Mr. Howard Selby, Representativeof REASONS FOR CLEWISTON
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I indicate that fertilizers, particularly \ I.. : c' :\ -" : ti '" "
the Red Cross Palm Beach, Fla.
nitrates, greatly increase the growth:
HOME LOAN BODY I Mr. Clyde L. Walsh, Secretary to
of pasture grasses I
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nized in the this opportunities a growing community.In for investment .- ;';:' 1 c. 'r : :', :. :;.t,! :' : '/, :,: i, ;>); ;' 'l;;;,;:.::; :" ., ;(' "t *** -" J" < :-.

a message this week to stockholders .: : j..v)1. .
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'.:, is that service has been rendered at .,.:" : SOMETHING 'TO CROW ABOUT Marking the completion three years of work on a: gigantic : ) i'.:.',..

:r: a minimum' expense; there being at .. drainage problem, and a solid year of construction i ;;;: (,. :.; .
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':..$1} the one who wishes to borrow. The f' ; \, ..'; Substantial payrolls, activities of the Southern Sugar ..) : \\f

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small enjoys the same rate When President-elect of theJUnited '" ?
a .%.s.... Company and the'n ed for more homes and apartments SS ;
a] of divident as the large investor andi ) -s'

i I; our members will receive consider- States visits Clewiston.Weiwelcome \ } .are a few of the basic reasons for the sound prosperity $

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