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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 3-NO. 24- CLEWISTON' FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE 7, 1929 L PRICE 5 CENTS



i; f c WORK_. LET FOR Highway- -BridgeWork i i I GLADES PIONEER CLEWISTON WINS Negro Fight CardA .WORK-TO START l !


: is nearing completion on TWO GAMES FROM fast boxing card of negro fighters f
: TWENTY HOUSES the construction of the new bridpc? DIES OF STRAINSIN will I be offered tomorrow nightIn ON PHONE. BLDG.


; .; AT CANAL POINT Moore over Canal Haven No.Vroad.3 on The the last Clewiston pilings CALIFORNIA BELLE GLADERS Southern the warehouse Sugar company at the mill at Clewis-of the IN CIVIC CENTER

ton.A. section has been reservedfor
have been driven and it remains for I :
to I white people and a big crowdIs
the wooden deck of the bridge
James A Moore Founder ; Brown Farm And Canal expected from .Clewiston.On the Building To' Be
Homes To Be Used By be laid and the .approaches completed ReadyIn

I /// White>< Employees of within the the necessity next few of days motorists, eliminating of Moore Haven dies Point Are Other card from Clewiston are negro Sebring fighters and of adjoining ability Six Weeks : Survey

,, Southern Sugar com- i taking the detour through the cane In Hotel on CoastDeath League Winners communities. There will be five Shows 75 applicantsFor

and the old railroad bouts. Phone Service.
fields over ,
a pany in mill town I of a second Everglades plo Spectacular) fielding, fast b?se.run.
I bridge near the Sugarland: Drainage
I II neer within the past week was made ning and the airtight pitching of Pete
of district pumping plant. -' BELLE GLADE TO Work will be started within the
Contract for. the construction i I I known here this week in Associated Wilson were the ingredients that enabled -
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next week the construction of
I on a
twenty 3 and 1 room houses in the Press despatches reporting the death, the locals to take two fast' ball

sugar town at Canal Point was award-I I PRIZE WINNERS of James .\. :Moore founder of Mooro: games from Belle Glade last Sundayat GET ALL JULY 4 telephone central office for Clewis
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ton it was )lerned this week when
y :ed this week to Crow Brothers, local .. Haven.Mr.. Moore died suddenly i"i Owen Field, Clewiston. The double

'contractors, it was learned at the offices : San Franc.'scp! hotel as tho result "virtory gives the Cane Crew a stand- preparations were made on Bond
a : ARE NAMED FOR BASEBALL GAMES street opposite the Hopkins buildingin
of the Clowiston company where of a breakdown brought on it is DOlieved Ingot gnmes011; 3: games lost, 2:
Civic Center for the construction
r 'the contract was awarded- by over work ''Funeral services Pd. ..60('. .

I' The buildings on which work is to LAWNCONTESTMontgomery! were to be held In Seattle. The death{ [In the first game Pete allowed six of the hl1ildln Details in connection
Games Be tOfHnusWarming with the .awarding of the contract for
be started immediately will, be of of the other pioneer was that of Qti-s hits, keeping) them well scattered and I e ,

:: frame construction with interior of Hardin who died two weeks ago. improved on this! splendid performance For Belle 1 the construction are now being
I I worked: out and the builder will be
Celotex and will be similar to those Owens and Founding of the torn\ of Moore Haven in the: second game, by; letting Glade
Legion HomeAll I announced next week.
built by Crow Brothers for the Clew Are First In TwoClassifications was part of his career In which! } visitors! down with but four bn! n les. I The need of a telephone exchangein

iston company south of Celqtex town. he amassed a tortune' estimated at Only one man passed second base during -
baseball in Clewiston was in the facta
games the Ever- seen
homes will '
Work on the twenty new $10.000,00u which he later lost in a the afternoon and Pete refusedto
gladed league scheduled solicitor making of the
for July 4 a survey
)be rushed to have them completedfor steel venture. Perryell known give up any free tickets: during the
the opening of the busy season in For the second consecutive :year newspaper publisher who ,said that. fourteen innings, a remarkable exhibition will be played at Belle Glade, it was town for the telephone company
this Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen of announced this week by Dr. W. J. learned that there will be at least 75
Canal Point fall. of
' "James :Moore by his own sheer power control
The houses will be used by employees Crescent drive were awarded the. first and organizing ability had raised I S uppoit given Wilson by the Cane. Buck, president of the League who private and business plones in Clew

the Southern Sugar prize for fifty foot lots in the citywide I said that this was decided at a recent iston as soon as the service Is available -
of
company ,Crew bordered
the skyline of Seattle from a city of, on'the miraculous,
beautiful contest I league meeting as a cooperativemove several Clewiston residents
lawn
and while the construction of the sponsored :\
Chalker Sims
and Crouch In
figuring
100,000 to a city of more than a quarter .
twenty houses will not solve the by the Clewiston Woman's. club, million/;' fast double plays that saved the situation with the members of the Belle I learning of the proposed start of IDJ-

house shortage problem which is felt while for 25 foot lots :Mrs. M.R... Moore born October 23, 1S61 in tight places. Gator Crouch'sthrow Glade Post of the American Legion ruction l on the telephone buildingIiavp

.. not only in Canal Point! but in Clew- :Montgomery of Celotextown won the was who will dedicate their new home in I : already put in their application
in Nova Scotia Ills father was a to get Bingham at second, and
, Ii. iston and other communities around first prize- She also won first prize amI' ;Moore alter leaving Alston's catch of McAllister's foul that community on that day. Teams 1 lov phones

the lake the constructionprogram is for 25 foot lots in last year's contest. I school shipbuilder became associated: with. him other features. Chalker, in left field present will be decision, Belle i For the past few years: the CI-.Vs.! -

Glade, Brown Farm, Canal Point ton companJnc... has maintaIned itsown
aimed to provide some immediate re- Second prize for fifty foot lots was had I
'' as six putouts and an assist, and
I At the age of 17 he 'went to 'sea
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lief won by. Mr. and Mrs. F, L. Williamson I Olceechobee and :Moore Haven and !i phone service for interoffice
,t- a common sailor and later farmed missed cutting oUt he only Belle I
Awarding of the contract for these and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery second three games will be played In the' communication there are:: at present -
Glade 'run at the inches.
I in Iowa in 1SS3 he went toSan Francisco plate by
houses follows the work: done in the prize for 25 foot lots while third and later attended Hopkins Academy -I The home team went hitless for morning and three In the afternoon. but fi\e long dUtajice:. phones in

b negro section at Cau.il Point where prize for .fifty foot lots went to Mr, historical i I Ip four innings in the first with Actual work on the Belle Glade legion the community.Rates .
in Oakland and did some game '
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adjoining the sugar mill 100 houses, and Mrs.R.. V. Patterson and third home'was started early this to. go into effect with the
work on the Pacific coast.In j.Symonett, on the mound for the vIsitors I
two barracks buildings, a large mess prize for 25 foot lots to Mr. and Mrs. 1SS6 he went to Seattle wherehe displaying 'a fine assortment of Week with several loads of heavy I I completion of the ue\v phone building -

.. hall and a commissary have been E. B.Butler. of Celotextown. I I stuff. With lumber delivered and the work wjll I it was reported her will coro-
two
entered the real estate business, on base, in the visitors -
: built for the negro laborers and Judges of the lawns were Mrs.If.. 'second be speeded to have the building ready rare favorably with standard rates in
putting through several important a lightning double play,
streets have been cut through graded II. Hart chairman Cecil V.Parkin. I transactions and built what was then 1 Sims to J. Crouch to Beardsley closed for the July 4 celebration other Florida cities

and haul: surfaced in the negro quart- son and Claude Downs. I the Bingham An all day entertainment programis Build rt of the tti ipliciti: ) exchange
inning. dougled to
regarded as one of ths finest theatre open
in front of being ,worked out by members of BoiKl !
1, ei-s- With beautiful lawns the fourth but on trE'et.opnosi'-i the Hopkins
I buildings in the country was wiped off when
The appearance of the town has virtually every house in the community After losing his entire fortune J1'1I I :Martin lined to Chalker whose snap 'he program committee and it is expected block Is. accepted as another forward

been considerably changed i ic the past the task of picking;; the 'best Please turn to Page 5 Please turn to Page 5 that the official opening of sl"M for the Civic Center: section and

year ,and Canal: Point is; now a beehive was a difficult one. 11rs.H"rt. said I I the Belle Glade post will be one of many: ; t-ople in town have ex'.)> e:;sed

,. of Industry While the present Please ,turn to Page 5 ------ Please turn to page 4 the ij} .rion that this will further entourage

mill is but COO tons daily capicity BRIDGE TOURNEY ROUSES .QmCK L11T Y\\ thp trend of l.';,;.ness noues

.. plans of the) Southera Sugar company Merchants To Meet New Baker Filling'1< tjvvuid thr Civic Center section.

.. call for a 10,000 ton a day mill similar RENTED I 1NAIP The ii t't.e exchange; i? the second
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WINNERS Station Will
At Watanabe Hotel PRIZE I I Open
the Clo-.viston
6 \ to unit. ', '
I II new u Juqplanned for Civic Center
\ Next Tuesday Nigh: It I Nearly Finished the v.eeks thee
; during past te-t ,

\ CLEAN} UP \WEEK I ARE ANNOUNC t t II AT BELLE tLADE 1}I >oilier being the Baker: FiT'rg: station

". Members of the Clewiston Bclt2ivBusiness i Clewiston's newest filling:: station which l op'-ns tomorrow i.'.. Ft:lrn11l: !

t .j ';'A I ,! eagle will hold their regular I l'l'built and to be operated by J.' K.. Bilker r l.ishwnv and Commercio ,-, .:r!.

'lovr UNDER WAY monthly metting.. next uesdaynight Mrs Thamas and C. A.' Need More .Mouses InGlade5 Clewiston contractor and builder.. Tinov phone bni1 :'in.- will be

in the Watanabe hotel, it was Jackson Finish In is Shawn By I I will be officially opened Saturday 1111 ;i'd it completion: end it is bell -

IN BELLE announced yesterday by Cecil V. morning' at Sugarland Highway and .
; GLADE ConditionsHouse "\ il l that! Clev/isto" ic" wi boing:

_r' i Parkinson president who said that I First Place Commercio street and plans are being ."r".' vr ; ncs with! M:. *" ,.r.

matters of interest to the merchantsof made to welcome a record mini

///1i Henry Brogden Donates Clewiston will be discussed. I i''lKi! !l' !- *. Jacks i won frat i trlz shortage condition in the her of local automobile owners on the

Among the matters to be brought all.1lr: -, il. r... Sin-i51 'I. FCC: '11 J fl'' communities around the south end of opening day. a EEl: A 1D GRIST

// .' Piece of Property up for discussion will be the questionof ] .1. r I.. ::JI'I:I south poeII': ill thr, Clowiston i Lake Okeechobec was further shown The filling station building: which

, / For Town Dump 'encouraging more local buying by i t. r-e. touriii ?II: IIi" 'mil here this wee!: when Dr.W.., J. Buck also includes: a bakery shop to be MILL IS PLANNED
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... president of the city council of Belle
Clewiston people for with the opening ,:'.:?t. -,' hick wa"" piny1'! '..Vulin'l..y *- opened later represents fin investment
.
-"J I .Belle. Glade residents this week aredoing of the new road to the e ?sc coast u1':.:lit .. the \\".::-n:.i: '*. 1 l' i"1 l:1..1 Glade announced that houses in the of $9,000. Mr. Backer. said and
r community tourist camp are being has BY flFWISTflNITF\
: their spring cleaning as ''a re- Palm Beach and Miami and broughtw.'lhln Mrs. G. Thomas. won first prize everything possible been done to,

\I suit of. the proclamation Issued hy easy driving distance of Clew- past: and west position tfith Albert rented as soon as they are completed. make".it'. one of the ivosl up-to date

_ '" \ the members of the city council callIng .I iston and creating greater competition Backus second. .Engraved: silver cups W.H.. Swango in charge of the service stations in this sction of the
Belle Glade tourist said that
camp state. W. S.Company Harvel of Seed
for a community-wide clean-up for Clewiston merchants were presented to Mrs. Thomas andC. .
fifty houses could be rented immediately -
week. I' Another matter: which local l mcr- A. Jackson by Leonard S. Ames I if To celebrate the formal.opening of Will OpenM'
completed and he said that
The biggest'work was the dealingoff cliar.to have discussed i 13 the amount the contest and for 'the station, a quart of oil will be
who conducted I I '
the five houses completed in the 1 Next WeekPlans
of tall weeds\ on town lots and the of mail order business going out of awarded given away free with every five gallons
second prize Mrs.Simpson. was
camp have been rented and occupied
residents have shown an excellent Clcvision) and this matte: will ag.iin a book on Contract Bridge and Albert of gasoline. Standard iol punl--

spirit of cooperation and early in the he brought up for 'JiscUssion at the Backus was as second prize winner several ucts will be carried and United States for the installation and operation -

the mayor and members of the town I netting next Tuesday lifht!) At :\ ic- tires will be carried in the tiro IIilC.I of a feed and grist mill were .

/'- council were seen brushing up their I ..:ent meeting the late J.... L. Ramsey for east and west position won an In all. other communities around I I For the present the Baker! service announced this week by Wilson S.
attractively decorated stein. the lake from Moore Haven through SHarvel of the
the W
'yards- save Interesting figures: on the station will be ouen from five o'clockin Harvel of .
The final game played 'Ved'llesdayJ 'Clcwlstnn to Canal Point the house Iuc who
Seed .
W. S- Harvel company
: Through the civic spirit of Henry amount of mal order business done the morning to one o'clock the
ght brought to a close the local shortage condition is becoming has
steadily machinery
milling
; Brogden the clean-up drive was made !In Clewiston aul(1 It'a Brought out following morning and Bakeisaid said that the
tournament which was started'here more aute despite the fact from North Carolinaand
that it is probable been ordered
possible for Mr. Brogden gave the that local merchants can successfully with the coming of
three months ago by Leonard Ames that considerable building is under installation will be made
fall that he will that
/ city piece mail order keep his station open
/: a of his property on the compete againU: the. ::
' and which has proved the most successful Please turn to page 5 all early next week
north side of the Hiltaborough canal houses night.
." as a dumping ground The move"launched! by the Wom series of bridge games hell The building is of hollow tile and The machinery which representsan

- : -. According to the action taken by n's club of Clo\\istoi for a community in Clewiston. No New Candidates stucco construction nd is the first 'investment of approximately $3-

the city council In launching the community house will also: be discussed and Leonard Ames, an authority. on filling station to be built in the Civic 500 will be installed in the seed company
bridge introduced the duplicate con. I I Center building Which was used as a
clean up week, on all lots probably some action taken on the With tomorrow, June S, designatedas section.
I "which have discussed | tract bridge games in Clewiston and While the filling station will be packing house during the past tomato
not been cleaned up withIn i matter. This was :so have been. the final date on which candidatesfor
,". --s-" a reasonable length of time the I at the las meeting; of the, widespread interest was shown in the office in the Pahokee election officially open for ousineas tomorrow season-

work will be done by the city and the Clewiston Better Business League* tournament from the firstS may quality conditions In that community morning at five o'clock, the rest of According to the plan outlined

cost charged property owner. but through a misunderstanding it 1 The tournament proved so popular on the east side of the lake the building will he finished and whole wheat loUt will be ground

was postponed. was thought by that at the, request of the players, George Cavis of Arcadia who will from wheat shipped here from north
f' were substantially the same and no
fi NEW BUILDING RUSHED officials of the association that Mrs-1! Mr. Ames is now making plans to con ntw names of aspirants appeared on own and operate the bakery will be Florida farms, while, corn meal, grits

'. Work on the construction of the I I William G. Ames who is sponsoring duct a similar tournament. in earlyi the political horizon during 'the past ready for business about JuuelS. and poultry feed will be ground from

:....":',, .1, new building to house the Ford the community house movement was i fall. few days I I Details! of the filling station open corn grown on adjoining farms in

:, wr.. agency In Belle Glade is rapidly near-' 10 address: the merchants, and it was': Tose who participated in the tournament According to Pahokee residentswho I ing tomorrow will be found in an advertisement the northern Everglades.The be

: .:' :" .: ing completion and it fs expected that Mrs. Ames's understanding that C. V.,! are Mr. and Mrs. Charles- A. have followed the political sft ua.',l on another paga- of this products of the mill will
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:;j.-'. the new business will be open within Parkinson was to hung the V matter Jackson, Mr. and' Mrs. R L. Simpson. tlon closely the race for sity clerk I paper. Please turn to page

: .. .<.i the next few weeks. before the body. Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen, will be kept to two candidates while

,. : .t. Mr. and Mrs.J... E. Beardsley, Mrs. I I four candidates wil make the race for CLEWISTONISONE
RATE !IN
Downs Wilber D. Cole, MORTALITY
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.' : Claude the office of town marsha.
( COUNTY COMMISSION APPROocD(( PAY S.Ames lieand Mrs.T..
Leonard In the rae for town cerk to fill the
V. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bac of A YEAR RECORDS SHOW
I vacancy caused by the resignation

:[;- FOR MEDFLY GUAr N SECTION Ilms, F L.Larue. W. M. Giles, Mrs. J. H. Cason, the two contestants areS ,
.. < G. B. Thomas, Mrs WInn, Chester-
; ; W. Powell and H. J. 'Crews whilein
'I:'" .' field S Hayes, Herbert Blate, S.S. the race for town marshall the four I One death. a year is the average officials of the Clewiston company,

f:' : /, ; Clfv-iston News Special thorize :ii: .t to be done and Bearman, Dr. John Anderson Mr.and aspirants are T, S. Spooner, L. Tucker mortality rate in Clewiston accordingto both in having the drinking water
health
t':...,.:', : La Belle. June 1.-The county commissioners their r. M-rned them that Mrs. Edison Spegy;" and Mr.: and ,' Louis Davis and Pete Harris. Dick C.Miller. local Insurance. tested by the state board of

I r; I ,r _;' '" met at the courthouse last they ''r to do such a thing Mrs. Dick C. MillerPOSTMASTER \ The election is scheduled for June agent who bases his statement on twice every month and in the en-of

I :; ". Saturday in their regular monthly bu t the contractor f if 18. records kept over a period of three couragment of strict observation

meeting The morning! session was devoted he v. \with no authoriray -I I IN HOSPITAL, t years. During the past three ':years sanitary rules in the community.

.' *' to the reading of the bills One runt y then adjourned W. H. Bader) po'itmast.T for the NEGRO BALL DIAMOND the total number of deaths in this "Over a period of three years during

ot our citizens came before;! the board 1 1w matter discussed town of' Belle 'Glade was moved to a community was three. which records have been kept"Mr

\ iJJ:1J requesting that they ask the contractors W3 ,ards by Commis. !Miami hospital early this week, and Work was, under way' this week on Not only do the records show a Miller said .'there have been but

to open the bridge for traffic sic 'three days to during his absence ',the post of post the baseball diamond low, death rate in this iecticfi but also three deaths in this section and less

r, since the foreman had stated that itt gt,.';. .,"'.......................-....;, .;..)tier couflty? line master is being filed- by Joe Fried laying out baseball of a show that over this period there than half a dozen"sick claims have
......... . for the negro teams in the
}': : : : : ':" :.1o.:': '} :-1 companies
.. ; could be used and was as safe as ever .:..:..:.-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-.:..:,;TUS fruits. This i hcim cItcoul1ctlman.. Report',* received Southern Sugar company league. The have been not epidemics and com been' paid by: insurance s.sec't'Ion.."
operating'in
,I- for traffic. ,The commissioners decided 1 it the authoriza- in Belle Glade late this week the paratlvoly little sickness. t1 .
,.' that! they might possibly get into missioners but were that 'Mr. Badger's condition, is new field[ is. located northwest of lh'I'lIrr.. is attributable to tt'i1U..tfo.1 Water from, J-," lc:'. Olf."e'hl'hr'l. laV
mill, pdjoinin
; Harlem. '
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I Successor to The Ciewiston Progress
CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRYOne "j

Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928 at the post office <

Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 1S7U. J local poet laureate or probably from the nature of his opus, this week
at Ciewiston < .r
Quart of Good Milk is Equal to Either .
l he should be termed a lyricist, Is branching out. Launching forth with an )

LOUIS A. MORGAN ............................................................ Publisher I -3-4 LBS. OF LEAN ROUND BEEF3 W '
ode to the lightning..., bug, he.....,...... but julge for ,yourself. '

TOM SMITH .......................,..',.......,.....,..". '.......:....................... Editor . .... '; ,' -- ';: I II I I LBS. OF FRESH COD FISH :

,'J :: ""; : r -6 LBS.. OF SPINACH .. .. 9
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Subscription Rates ;
.:'.. I, envy. theca little lightning bug : ; ; --8 EGGS2 ,

By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida : ; ; I LBS. POTATOES '
$2.50 One year 52,00 ,, .. ; -r'r. '..r"., ::/. You worry me not a" bit ... ;{, .
One year ..: ': ; ; 'f.< -5 LBS. TURNIP
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 For. when you see a traffic cop' I ("* '-' -j '
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Three months 1.26 Three months .76 ; You know your tail light's lit. Pure milk >is< our best food. .


NEWS' PLATFORM ; -

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. j .. ,. ', '. CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY 6

2.:. Early ,completion of the highways for local transportation and- ',." f. ,:;.'' :. ,._ ...Girls. when they went out to swim .. .. I. ,

concentration of products. '. I", -:: :: : :: ,,
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Once dressed : :: :: "::: :: .. .. = :
like : :
vegetables ando Mother Hubbard : = : : : :: : : : :: :: =:: = .
8. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on -- L
northern markets. ; Now -.--------- -----------------..-..-----.-....-----.. ..
the they ------
, {her products of this region to have a bolder whim : : : ---------- ------------------r
marketing association for \ Sj
4. The tittl functioning of a cooperative }
'They dress like her 1
more
both buying and selling purposes. ':.. '. .: cupboard.. \ 'il

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\ FRIDAY .....:..., . ,,
.: .. (: He kissed her in the garden 111
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'i.' '. ; .- .. .,' CLEWISTN LAUNDRY >in< new .
INDUSTRY .,. .- .. .
I. When
:'- : :: f: ( the moon' was shining bright "- I.
,. of Chicago opened his sugar mill at tIe": t. 1 ':": l :. '. '' 'i ,. home on El Paso Avenue after '
Shortly 1 after B. Dahlberg. .;.tl ;.\ I .< -. t.She was only a marble. statue:. '" ii.
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f iston, the editor of one of Florida's: leading dailies was asked. why he dimln't.give :'-<: ': 5-1 .j :( K.: 'I. And he was drnk that'night.. '* : ; June 15th. Modernly equipped in 'JI

( this enterprise as much publicity as he did a man who committed sui : ;;::: ':'
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C"X 1'; < r'.j. both Laundry and Dry Cleaning 1
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/,. cide. He replied, "Look where Clewiston is, too far away, it doesn't interest 1
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.Y : We )must bet away from the sectional idea. It is' the duty. of every. community It seems to' vis that the\.stock- liiarket'" .: ; could: -"''learn something' from, those :!I'.,; ; ?1'C. l ':i : ., :': "i ; : '2. :', :f.i: : ::? 11' t

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develop its resources and sell its products, if we wish to hasten Florida's ................:............................"...-.....J..................,...'..$..-.'.."..................,.......,......:........-'',............'...'............................;.......................,................................''...,' I i'1'N' / ', . .' 1;. !

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ffK'">:.' Visitors to Clewistou from other sections of Florida are" amazed'at' the i ./t:' ::.! '. 'X; ,: >t !j I..


-1 signs of prosperity in. this section and among the facts which never fail to .:. _:. ....-: ', ;., See Moore to see more ': :', :.:. .:..1 :

bring .forth a gasp of astonishment is the announcement that forty-seven r ''i''' ; : ::; H .' <'.' ',; '. ,

:;. new cars have been sold in the. Ciewiston area during the past 40 days.I ,;" ; ( : ;[ ; ;
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.- :.' i; ceiving from enterprising automobile salesmen. yYI .....,; .:,:.:. .. Mill W Ok I ::' ;:.. ".

/;}'I' /, Roads to the east coast are,now in excellent condition .b and. the east'coast +'.:............................................:. ..................................'...................................................................................................................'...........:YI.:. I I ,'..;.......-. !':t,_.. .\,",'..;. ,.. .',d .'

r"\ people know of our prosperity in the norther n Everglades. What they do I II II I ; ,:


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something technical name that is appreciatedoven neglect. :-: .
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by the layman Take this gian sugar:: B. G. Dahlberg fined brought from ICE protects your health. ed icebecausc Sunshine S cr /- ;.''', "., .&
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tho interior fastnesses of' Now Guinea. It grows sometimes to a height of prevents bacteria ICE. You can 5\\ .: ..

30 feet' ,t. lease' been' named saccharum robustUrn. Why not add. "Dahlberg'? develop 0 p QO>>'!ER buy it from the 'l. \
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beep Is as good as" anything by) Joseph Conrad tested wa O Oval Emblem .

with the additional advantage that the story moves swiftly l and not with ter, frozen clear 0 MP At .today. '. CROW( BROTHERS .

the snaillike) and solid. ManygsAvE .
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I By The Way Have You Heard- DIVERSIFICATIONURGED Novelty Builds Works TanksBelle I I I|I the chinerj'canal,and, in put the it up open on and the bank worked of:I THE "FA IR" AWNINGSHOP .' -

there for three months PE
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Aithud Tedwell mechanic for the j w Mr. and Mrs. D. D.Spiller. of the BY BUYER ( Glade News) window frames and door frames for I

Beckwith Holmes company, Hudson Punta Alegra Sugar plantation of Cu- The Novelty Works has had a very all the Red Cross buildinbs and others Quality Remembered Long After

Essex dealers of Tampa was in Clew-|Iba nre guests of Mr and Mrs. P. A. IN LOCAL ADDRESS busy year.Mr.. Sproul and Mr. Miller that were built last winter. By Price Is Forgotten '

iston last week servicing the new 1, Poche for a few days. are working together and started the/ first of April they managed to i No... 10 Lakeview Arcade, Lakeview _j

sold here recently. The service i nine months before the storm and get the present guilding up ,and Avenue

cars was arranged through J. Frank Wale I Sam G.Myers, E. N. .Morrow and A. J. Doughty Stresses had for it worked came. Their considerable entire building business was be- moved the machinery into it. They '.
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have been busy all the time
Beckwith Holmes company and planto
dorf of the A. B- Hall of Lakeland spent a few of Mixed '
Advantage .
I swept away. They salvaged the ma-
who made the sales of the Hudson be during the summer. West Palm Beach. Florida
of
I days in Clewiston as the guests .' ', .
cars in this section. the Clewiston Inn Car ShipmentsBelle ------- ---" -

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L.A.. Morgan, Jr., and E."T.. Me-1I the commission ..; '
and I Frank O. Richman local furniture Mr. A. J. Doughty ,:; "' ANTHONY'S Inc. .
Cully spent Tuesday afternoon merchant for the Stewart firm of -
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dealer spent, the week end in Holly
Wednesday in West Palm Beach. I New York, called a meeting of the
wood.
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\-- i Friday afternoon to discuss .
growers .1 J 10-312 1 Clematis ,
West Palm Beach Fla.
)Ir. and Mrs- W. C.Bill. Hooker ways and means for improving conditions .. ,
and family have moved into their i| Alva.AValker of Delray was a business next year The plan suggestedby SHOE DEPARTMENT: :FLOOR 'fJ
tbeSugar- visitor In Clewiston. .
new apartment building on I Mr.Doughty. was favorably re !
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land highway. ceived. He suggested that a greater '
I I Mr and. Mrs. Emil Kelley spen't a 1 : ..
1 variety of vegetables be grown next ,
'\T. L. Evans of Jacksonville was a day in Immokalee on business this I year and especially such as are least /' FOR THE MAN '

business visitor in Clewiston this week. effected by light frosts. Also that in- -c

week. ;I I stead of shipping carload lots to. the WHO CARES : .. ,

I I Sarah Busscy was a guest at the I same point, cars with a variety of ,
A. R. :Murrary of the Moore Ha..en.Sales home of, Margie Harvel on Crescent vegetables be sent to different pointsto c

company was in Clewiston' on' I Drive. prevent flodlnog the markets with 'i. ;

.business.s ':, I i I I one variety ,

-"'. I I I II Fred I Puryear, Claude Downs andElbert The Stewart firm has built... a large l ?' ; .

The Roy L. Simpsons- have. purchased I,I Stewart spent the week end warehouse known as Lake Packing '. ..;.::. tS!

a new Chrysler De Luxe'se I at Miami. House, and has been \the scene ,of ._..'...I, .
dan. great activity this winter. Mr. Earl .' "f'!! '

I E.J.. ,Kcrr and Miss Jerrye Jeffries Carter is in charge of the building ',. y t. <- .:,."}.f';':'"

C. A. Jackson and Yednesday.W. C. Owen I motored to. Tampa Saturday. r.od Miss Esther Swain is the bok- .l' 't:;;; '
were in La Belle 'attending I keeper. Just now this house is handling :

a meeting of the county school J. A. Davis spent the day SundayIn tomatoes, which will wind up <...' ,'. "" "" '''.1..r ,./-'', -. S '.' ,',,. ,'' j iiit-...
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board. I West Palm, Beach the business of the season. :>t; ,; ., -'< >" .
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A. M. Matteson of Punta Gorda was W. L. Mowry, Dave Alston, Glenn : .. .
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a business visitor in Clewiston' this. Heard and Louis A.Morgan. motoredto HECTOR LUMBERENJOYS t .. \ ,

week. I Miami Thursday attend a Shrine ,. I

Mr. and Mrs.P.._. A. Pooche. had as meeting. BRISI( : : :

,.iheir 1 dinner guests at the Clewiston I J. E. Moats .of Fort Myers who BUSINESS HERE .J > V .FLOR.SHEIM Sflzoe ;

Inn last Sunday Mr and MrsM.. W.; I spent a few days in Clewiston on ;

Bigg and Mis. France Howard business stopped' at the Clewiston '', .1.:::._._ __ A __ ...; : '' -


:. Captain F Deane-Duff and \V. L.I'I I I IMarfield i i Inn. Business' Volume, Re- ... ;._,:.' r orsnelm Shoes keep getting better, giv ::c'?_ :'. .s

of New Orleans were in i j j Mr. and 11rs.1.: W Bigg spent the 'I ." "" 'T i. ..' '<': '''., i.

,Canal Point on business Tuesday afternoon. I afternoon in West Palm Beach Tues- fleets Steady Upward '.' '. >::./.<, : :.',. ing greater value., more days wear per ;=. .,\, :;,..' :, '
Trend t '.: : .r" I ..','...;u. ,-., f '
day. .: l '\ : ': .' .f. .. dollar shoe f ;
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,r (Belle Glade News) ,'. I ; a any man can be proud .f' "I '' i
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:.' Bill Harris was in Ca'nal Point Mon E.P.. Shelley and his brother Tom The Hector Lumber And Supply: .t : '_:' ':', I",: : (
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day on business. I have moved from the ,]homo of Mr. I company sells everthing used by the : to wear.mb ::::;}: ;

r and Mrs G. Rackstraw. on Cres-, grower.The. firm was incorporatedtwo "

:" Sam Frazer spent a day in West I cent drive and are now located ,permanently years ago. It had a big business ; fi --:-"-' '--7" :. : .: ." :,\:, I' ;/ ; ,.. : .

Palm Beach this week. 1 at the Clewiston Inn. last year but far bigger this year : *.' .. \ '..' .,. ..
: $10 :,, : ,.,.. ...:i,
One of the big features of the com.pany's ,\/t. .. ..
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: I NEW LIGHT PLANT I Brown Farm IsCOlnmunity sales Is tint of crates, which : "Y Q. ., v '. ) '.-'.: ;.,/ :) .1:;S r ;
come knocked down from the;:! mills. : ._ -\'t"\ '''' \. ",v".! _flJid4TUlIJijt.Jl l/ajj. ". ,' .' '; _.;..''''r ,.}: .- "
In They have been handling an 'enormous :.. '"'? "' ('! "I- ., .'.\ : '" \ .-. ;'f': ;"
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OPERATION lot 'of them this last "
IS year.
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The firm three white men
i employs =!
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all the time and colored. men as ,..
t. Old Plant Will Be Used The Schawano Plantation is' a community needed.

i I all ,itself and considfeied N:{;;{: K :. M+ ii.'N. :1 :: N:: :N r :.1. .( Ni.1. .
by thestorm
yet They had little damage by *
r As Emergency Unit
r as belonging to Belle Glade. the main building hardly being

r.1 For Community i I I They get their mail daily by their touched. The, lumber shed was S ':

::.. own carrier from Belle Glade They torn down, but only with a small loss. f :r -; .,- ;.;.

t/ .< (Belle Glade News) I have their own store and a complete Henry Gotenberg has been the manager e -1-" %,{.I ay'rM,: "i' f'i... C

};: The town did not realize it when j I suite of offices through which all ) from the beginning.

.':,. the Florida Power and Light company I business is conducted. O

!.. put in a whole new machine, a;. The owner, O. B. Brown; lives in I BELLE GLADE TO GET ALL

':... 60 K.w. geserator built on solid the east and makes trips here for JULY 4 BASEBALL I

l .'., masonary in such a way as to do I his own. pleasure, his last visit: being ,' GAllES'i\ i

t/-/ away with all vibration and built a |; about a week ago. The entire -'

r',"''": house around It, with stucco on the lantation is under the efficient management (Continued from Page 1)) ,

,: outside and plaster!: on the. inside, I of Mr.Lord.. There are however ..... FOR ;, ",.' / .', '. ""' 1"', ,...\. .'.... '\ l
F.---. and the old generator kept right on J I specialists in every department, the biggest events in the history of :.v : .; : ;, /j :; "'

\,,':... supplying the town with the usual I soil chemists engineers and account; the northern Everglades. The' proL j! ',:: ? ; ?? r > !Ii!!!

"juice". When the new machine was I ants. Dr. Duck of f BellG Glade visits gramwill be terminated with' a dance {,: Y .

put into operation, the old one was I] the infirmary once a. week;;: and when in the new home in the evening, mu- : : ,. ,.." ..-.,',' ... '.. "S. -
left where it was, for emergency ever called for. sic for which will be furnished by I HARDWARE : /' C <" \ '

r,,;' cases, and a rof built over it. The The plantation has been shipping the. Brown Farm orchesra. !!! !! \ 1 :!, !!) !
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whole is now a very neat buildingand celery in carload lots, recently and Representatives from :Miami Palm A; FURNITURE :if\: .

workmen are busy now, beautifying now is shipping potatoes in' the same Beach, Tampa, Fort Myers and St. ',"i' "W' ; ";.i., ',"frj

S.F:.. the yard. way.They have just finished plant Petersburg posts of the American Legion 3':I,;:<' HOUSE FURNISHINGS '" 1 U
360 ; :;
,
0w ing acres of peanuts. will be invited to participate In

: WORK IS PUSHED AT r the lion celebration from the Clewistrya and a large American clelega:: I ::1:1::= ,, ';h'+:." '.': WINDOW! SHADES \ :i::

EXPERIMENT STATION '
j BELLE GLADE. BASE BALL Legion port is also expected r ':: l "

, *i:; (Belle Glade News) I Belle Glade went to bat with the The new Belle Glade post; home : '., : DRAPERIES
ft1> I I Schawano boys last week in one of the will be located in the Holloway sub- ::
Two mines east of Belle Glade and
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('.'. on .the state road is the state experiment -| series games They played a mighty> ; division about 200 feet off the Sugar- !11! !!I) '

f :' station. Jt comprises 160 acres,| fine nam, and cUd credit to the town, land Highway, Captain Holloway RUGS LINOLEUM : : ; -" ', ,

J t : all of which is under and although the Plantation boys won by having picsented the Legion with \ .
: pumps :::::
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ono score, two lots \ ': : 'n -' ,
i1.. dikes. The station has now 20 men t I SPODiTIft-TG GOODS 'f'

:t :, employed of whom there are at the I .----- .- ,--.. -- ,.. '
:' present time, one soil specialist and I jll.! IMPLEMENTS .Ji
Modern For ..;; .' AGRICULTURAL : :
; one chemist. This station opened in I Rings : ;; :';,,: .
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11i. 1923.Mr.. George 'Tedder, who has .. q .
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been with tho state in one capacity Modern Women PAINTS GLASS :

or another, for 15 years, is in charge. .
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,'. The purpose of the station was to < :: PUMPS ENGINES

I.r. determine the value of the Everglades 13710' A junr itjlainOemilne \ These "Modern"* "; ,. "
times.
\:'. for agriculture purposes. The results II Blossom rnb two dmnonda.Up ,f eweletl Orango. .. Only modern are rings can be tij < / ):;:; .: :' PIPE & FITTING ti'!

of the work are all carefully tabulated from proffered the modern ....... .,.'.,.' ,..'. .' ., ....-",.... ......,.'-... ., SL ..:;..
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and .
are sent out in the form $150 ."" {> .,. .tI"r- ".. t't'"r\ .. ..
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of bulletins. woman.. Traub Rings, in .:: :: ; !' 'lL' ; :::> ''- :'' >. :!: :
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i"t'" There are 17 buildings than 400 :!.::.: ..: .. ..... ..., ". }..oV';, >-, ,.t.. .: ,' ...:::
on the place and more are being more styles, :::: ', : f ;. ; <: : :, :
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t'; .. Developments are continually, graceful contour and : J >;;.,' \ .... ,(: -:", SEE ', : .'.
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made and the work will be extended delicate in ; '
filigree ever
l'. until it becomes a center of soil popular Orange Blossom j !j. 'Y; : II
ST'ORE'
I, study.. ta to the modern plain ...... "', 'THE BIG .. ...
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fulfill all the
: severity, It
r:: : BAPTIST CHURCH '
4 requirementsofAmcricn's
[ (Belle Glade News) 'I : smart young women May H ); PALM BEACH MERCANTILE CO. tf
k': The :. ... t .
newly organized Baptist : t :-
t church '' we show you our array of "i'.:. ;.'.,.;":': :::.:.
met last week, Tuesday
even-
a :
: ing under the leadership of Mayor r r ,tilt' 1 these exquisite creations? :;::: '' WEST PALM BEACH ... .:iv'r'r't :T
f-: .:... %.:.
c Walter ; ;
: Greer as chairman of the com.mittee .
and at the mayor's home. Mr. i r L. C. MARTIN ,. :':::;: Largest Stock and Best. Service In South Florida :!:::
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Greer was delegated to see the school JEWELER .;..:. :i:+

.. board to ask them for the use of the H 211 Clematis St. ::::!:. .;.::: -

\"' school building for their services for West Palm Beads, Fla18200 .......:... :.r._.i'. Cf;
:, tho present. '];hey plan to organize a I Ffr y .
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New plain :::::: I .!.:t
Sunday :
\; school Sunday morning and ryle, A Tf ry preltr .'
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r. make arrangements for ring in vhlte gold, ; .i'. ::: ,
preaching .s..t.
r .:.;.' .. y
8100 .
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; services. They will again have a midweek t ,, .t..-..
f In Iridlo platinoid .i.';' ;
t t Ir' r i 7RAl'Bfr..ule.' '.... It .!.
service, possibly on Tuesday ,. 8160 :s:
t .. .'., Ornnge'&lossom: ::!::'i i: .:.:i:
evening,
meeting either In the schoolor I t 1 Lypa. .rtiksrKmV ... .

in some home. _@, ,I I :...:..:.,:.:.:..-...:.....'1.--:..--:..--:,.....:..--:.....:...-.:..-..:.--:'.-..:......:..-..:...-.:......:...-..:..-..:..-..:..-..:......:..--:...-.:..--:..--:..-.-:...-.:..-..:.'-.:'..-.:.--:..-. .:..-r--....r.: :..::'...,.:-'".'-:.'-..:....:"-.:..-.:..-.:.--:..-'.:--.:-...:--:.--.:-...:.-..:--.:-..::-...:.--:.'...::.-'.;.-.:..-.:.'-.:.--.:-..:."-.;'....:-".:-..:..'..:".'.:..'...:--:.....;..-.;..".::-;..'..:"....:.. !




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f. :IDAY JUNK 1. .1"29> FLORIDA .
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I CIEW/STON WINS TWO ings held that the beauty was natu- I aside for grinding corn for farmers ADJUSTING COTTON MORTALITY ,RATE IN reaching the r

i GAMES FROM BELLE ral and not so much the result of in this section. This will be done'on PRODUCTION TO MEET I CLEWISTON IS, has been consumer, and the community -
'CLADEI planning and work by the residents. I the toll plan, which provides that the free from typhoidand
I h I I 'fhcse two homes together with the I mill will receive a' certain 'percentage MILL REQUIREMENTS f ONE A YEAR other disease caused by bad
water as a result.
(Continued from page 1) others mentioned above were given of the corn ground.J -- (Continued from pace 1) ,
I mill Spinners pay for the cotton they Sanitation work in '
Clewiston
honorable mention but were not considered T. Nowling an experienced comes
. use on the basis of Its spinning util
) another eligible for any of the three man who has been connected with used for under the supervision of Captain F.
.J, : throw to Bolton completed ity. The higher the grade, the longer drinking water In the community -
:i i double play.Mitchell's] prizes '. the Harvel company for the past few stronger and' more uniform the staple, but this Is treated with chlo- Deane Duff, general manager for the
outstanding,: months will be In charge of the mill. and the better Clewiston
;I two-hagger and a single "There were nine the character of the rine for filtration purposes before Company.
to left Symonett scored the only I lawns in town, the committee 'de- Commenting on the plan Mr. Har- staple, the more they pay for It Unfortunately -*"
-.J "and in vel said however, the premium
I}ellc Glade run dring the afternoon v'ided' Mrs. Hart reported ;
C in the fifth. Bingham poled one to making our selection we took into "I ,made a thorough study of the paid for the better cotton frequently
Is
I not passed on to the farmer, and
center in the sixth, but was thrownout consideration the five points rnerj- situation before deciding to open a the producer of the quality cotton la -I I

trying for s co'nd. In the local )I II tioned above. Some of the lawnswe I.mill at Clewiston and I am convinced' therefore not rewarded as he deserves.

sixth, Chalker went to second when fund too crowded with shrubbery: that the plan is a practical one. The The heed for the adjustment of ANTHONY'S

I his fly was muffed, and scored.' when while on others while the shrubbery I farmers of this section approve of production to meet the mill require. I Inc.

I Bolton's roller to short got away, Bol- 'was beautiful, It had not been planted the plan and there is every reasonto ments Is brought out by the Divisionof ,

I ton going to second, from where he with a view to the artistic effect. At expect success." States Cotton Marketing of the United 310-312 J J CLEMATIS DIAL 2-3121 J J
Department of
Agriculture in
to I best it was difficult work to select Mr. Harvel who came to Clewiston WEST
II : tried to score on Alston's single I reports Issued this season for the first PALM BEACH
: Biock- the most beautiful in a city famed from Delray has gained, an excell-
center, but was thrown out by time, showing the classification by
I for Its wonderfully rich lawns and ent reputation among local farmers
I grade and staple length of the cotton "
way.With the score tied, 1 1, the Cane In making our decision, we did so during his year in the seed and fertilizer crop of the Belt as a whole and for

r. Crew staged one of their customary I only after nature deliberation. business here. the several states. A recent report

: closing: rallies to pull the game out of The lawn beautiful contest Is spo.i-I Indicates that of the cotton ginned .

t the fire, alter two were out. Cothein (.sorcd annuAlly V by the Clewiston COUNTY COMMISSIONAPPROVES up to February 15 3029, more than ; ,
I 1 50 per cent was short
the staple-%-Inch, t1
Jed off with a singly into right and Woman's. club In. connection"ith'
; PAY FOR' 13/16-Inch and under '
In
I length Con. '
stole, second for the third time In the I beautification work in the town trast .s:.
I .. : MEDFLY, GUARDS IN with these t rures those of another 'f.,_ I
game The next two batters whiffed I I First prize for the fifty foot and 'THIS SECTION ,report wife indicates that 84 ,
as Symonett bore down, but Sims twenty five foot lots Is $5 In cash, the per cent of the cotton consumed by .:. .
I!I second for 25 and fifty foot lots. Is -- domestic mills for the .
singled, thru third puttug Rabbit on year ending .l1
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I the third for August 1, 1928, consisted of "
II third Reler popped n Texas leaguer $3 In shrubbery: and about
carried both classifications is honorable I equal parts of staples %, 13/10, and 1
.over third, and] Cothern over I III. ,
men-I when It was thought .that they were to 1 1/32 inches ,I '.
1 Ui6 \%'.nnng: 1, : run I IBrocl tion. T:
needed in an emergency. Finally after One of the objects of the National :
way started the second gamp J I I a. half hours discussion of this Cotton Show to be held, this fall Is to ::r

''I s with a hit Into right and stole second, GLADES PIONEER DIES OF matter it was agreed to pay six dollars stimulate Interest In production of ,

I but Pete struck: out the next two and STRAINS CALIFORNIA apiece to the two guards for better quality cotton to meet the re-
to the quirements of the mjlhj. The show ...
forced Martin to hit weakly ,
three days work!: at 'twelve hours a I .'
which Is being ( :', ,,
sponsored by the
Sears-
Q box. Bass, who started on.the hill for (Continued from page jt) dart Hoebuck Agricultural Foundation and :
! : Belle Glade in this game, was warmlygreeted '. .
, A evolution, was then passed authorizing the Soil Improvement Committee, The ';- '-; .'
Sims hit safely to ]1ft, stole business Moor'e st'east ,
the steel : the Clerk to Inform persons National Fertilizer Association, will beheld

second, and went to third on Reler's and luring the war he operated a who have not given the right of way In.three sections, at the.Trt-State I': ; :; : .,:t' :' :;.:

I Sacrifice Chalkfr slashd a fast one I i number of ships for the government, for road no. 25 that within! thirty days Fair, Memphis, Tenn.; the Southeast-I I ". :

; Inside the left field foul line for three one ofl which leaving Norfolk was condemnation proceedings would be ern Fair, Atlanta, Ga.; and the State I .:!. ::'.' SMITHSON SERGESUITS ,? .,:;..

i II bases, scoring Sims. Erockway tossed lost without a traC'3Included against them If nothing Fair of Texas Dallas.COLORED '
brought was
I ; out Bolton, but Alston poled his customary In his'reai'ty operations. ,; done by them before Several other :.:.:; ) ti1'::

r''' I \ ; two-sacker to left-enter., and Florida was the founding of the, city matters were discussed, and a few un! SCHOOL .: .-.:' I .,

,jV I .. the. second run was'over.. Symonett ofIo01'e Haven after which with I important resolutions: and then the Belle Glade is getting one good : .' "' .....' :- .' .', ".,.- '

f relieved Bass, and caught the Rat off partially rr n" <-1 fortunes he went matter of what to do about County ored section'' and for the colored children ,:' Y.

f' second( !c,' to San Fi: f, ..loco and devoted his energies Attorney Riders salary which was re- We are glad that they 'will have ..... .

":;, I .. ... Gator Crouch';; double Jim ,'" in developing mining properI due-id by the Representative from the proper accommodations of a In Shades of Blue and Oxford "..
' Crouch's single and failed to good
an error ties.I buildings as all communitie
Glades County to the sum of twentyfive ,.
'?j produce a run in the second when Gator I lie is. survived by his wife Mrs. ought to have. ..
a month. Mr. Ruler has a con ,
I was. thrown out and a wild pitch Elsie Clark Moore and two sons tract with the commlssioiiwis until ,'Ex cement Workmanship Guaranteed ,

e made the count four to nothing. To James A. Moore, Jr., and Eugene G.
effect Fabric Correct Style.. "'
I January and thIs bill, was to go in HILL BAKERY rt -
,1' the visitor's fifth, Symonett smashed I I :Moore. He was' a member of the Masonic GROWING
immediately it was finally decided The Hill Bakery is alf go into the making of Smithson's T
out his fourth successive hit, a double order and a Shriner. : developing and
but was cut down at third, Bolton to to let the matter go until the eypanding Its business, serving practically _Serge Suits. You will enQ .
Q next meeting or ,until a test case is this $39-:
Sims, on McAllister's roller Bass HOUSES QUICKLY RENTEDIN brought up in the Circuit Court. The I to whole community and delivering joy the unlimited satisfaction j"f V

singled over short, bUt was doubledup CAMP AT BELLE South Bay and Clewiston.! and the unusual long wearing T
Commissioners adjourned until a date ;.. .
with Brockway,' Sims to Crouch to .
GLADE no made known between. now and the I qualities that are to be derived i .', ..',:. '. .
Reier. In the home half, Sims hit ,ORANGE, TERRACE \
iiftecnth when a County depositoryvill from these garments.
safely, again stole second, and wentto (Continued from Page 1)) be name'd.BALANCED I Attractive home-like] f
rooms, excel-
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third .
when an error wollowed .... !' I lent meals, 4 blocks from business I

Ierr's pop to second. Greer droppedChalker' I way' in Clewiston and many other. oi RATION -'I section 62 Orange St., Asheville,
long fly and it went for a the towns. I
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IS NECESSARY FOR ,.-.
double and Bolton: was sofe on Short- Mayor; Smith of Moore Haven said I -

stops error. Alston forced Bolton that there are no houses ivailabl" GOOD COTTON! STALKTo I

Chalker going to third... On the, double In his ;community while in Clewiston loW .. .
!
steal, Whidden's peg went into cen- it Is Impossible to rent_ a store, houseor produce a prize winning stalk' :. .' -- -

"ter field, and Paul scored!:! all the way apartment at any prices, and although !- of cotton for the National Cotton

from first for the third run of the Inning several buildings including Show, which will be held at the I'

bringing the total to seven. three apartment buildings? were erected Memphis, Atlanta, and Dallas fairs

Four beautiful catches in left and center here during the past six mouths this fall, good seed should be I .Ii ,

t' field kept Pete cut of trouble in I the apartments were rented before and special care should be Planted'i: ,
: see that the plants have everything
the last two innings and that was the the buildings were completed and local I
I that they need in the way of good
,
ball game, The. Cane Crew play at real estate brokers report that cultivation and plenty of plant food.

t: Okeechobee next Sunday in a regularly they have long waiting: lists of merchants -II I IGood care and plenty of 'plant food?

scheduled Everglades League game anxious to get locations and will bring 'out the good qualities that "
The scores; have been bred into this
I settle here. particular
1. :' First game o n. H E The situation' !in Belle Glad is accurately strain of cotton.

Belle Glade 0000100 1G4 reflected in the rapidity Although, as in the production of u ::

Clewiston 000 ..001. 1251 with which the small houses in the beef animal, the cotton stalk should 'i I I'm Ik

,; Second tourist camp are being rented and In have all of the balanced plant food it
game; can use, to make rapid growth and put b&ir
Pahokee 19 miles from Bell,.- Glade,
0' Clewiston ab r h tb. 3b po a e: on fat or fruit, some care must also .

Sims, 3b. u...... 3 2 2 2 2 1 r 2Reier new construction Is under way to be exercised not to throw the plant ....,, .

I i Ib, .. ... 2 l' .1 2' 0 6 0 1 care for the increased demand for "off feed" by overfeeding or by usingan 1{ <.'
stores and apartments / unbalanced ration.There "'1 : >. / industiy Founded Byi ><\".
Chalker
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ss ...... 3 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 Is little clanger of overfeedinga '
? Alston, c. ,....::. 3 1 1 2 1 6 0 0 shown In the fact that the Clewiston I crop of cotton, In fact there Is no j i ,;: :;: X.:;:: ;;.: : .: : / ,

Crouch M. company officials thi* week awarded question but that more profitable crops ; ,. ; ,,. ... .,. ..., Prie, s ts' PI : ', ";!:\ "
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Butler t ........ 1 P I '' contracts, for the construction ofj I of cotton would be made if better balanced J o; : ; !Y c' ''" ; ,
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plant food rations fed to "
twenty ] were
houses to care for while employees r'
Storey, rf ... 0 0 0 0 .
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Cothern,' cf, ....3 ,0 0. 0 0 '0 0 0 at of that the Southern Sugar. com- feeding or producing too 'much stalkat [ '.,, : :just T ; north of Canal 1 Str.ctiii, what and sold as a !luxury and for the:purpose Z

Crouch, J. '2b ,.3 0. 1. l' 1 1 2 0 J pany point. the of the is the business
;. expense fruit where unbalanced now ,: section of New of making a spirituous: !liquor

"Tflg.o'n, p, ...... U 0 o' 0'0 0 3 0 fertilizers are used in forcinga I Orleans is the site of the first American called Taffia. In Etienne t
1795
FEED .
-) ...... AND GRIST MILL IS stalk too early for development.The '''
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,'" 2G7 9 15 & 21 9 3 PLANNED BY CLEWIS- .. \sugar ,
%Batted for TONITE prize winning stalks of cottonat r 1 the Jesuit Church on Baronne Street. the first practical sugar ni'll near New ,
Crouch in fifth the National Cotton Show, which Is
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Score: V RHE being sponsored by the Sears-Roebuck The course of sugar, like that of Orleans and manufactured the first

Belle Glade 0 0 0 0 0 0 (0 01 4 (Continued from page 1)) Agricultural Foundation and the Soil .empires, has been westward. We commercial crop of sugar in the

Clewiston 202 030 x' 793 Improvement Committee of'The National -r V, know that, sugar was manufactured in United States.: He found a ready
marketed to Fertilizer :
., In other league games Sunday groceries throughout the. Association, will ; China! : : It market and his brought
some was year's
'-.d1'iJ' Everglades and South Florida likely be produced by farmers who f : : 3,000 years ago. crop

2 Brown Farm beat Moore Haven 5 to Another feature of the plan which have found good cottons that are well : .' brought to Europe in the fifteenth file,ooo, which was considered a stupendous .

at Brown Farm, and Canal Point is meeting with the whole hearted adapted to the particular soil cgndl- ;z century by Crusaders who told of sum fora year's crop of .
trounced Okeechobee 2 tlons where
to 0 at Okee- grown and who appreciatethe
chobee.; approval of Everglades farmers :is importance of ample amounts of : dijcoveiinp:: : the sweet salt." It was any kind in those days. '

... -that a day each week will be set balanced plant food. cultivated and successfully manufacModern; sugar planters are repeating V tr

PRIZE WINNERS I :..:..:..:-:..:-..:..:..:'..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-,:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..' ;a tured,.for 300 years In Spain before it DeBore's achievements for the :

.' NAMED FOR AREos' V i. was carried to Santo Domingo, Cuba prosperity of Louisiana through scientific J

"" LAWNCONTEST OFFICE 'J M and Mexico in the new America.' rejuvenation of the American

SUPPLIES ? In 1751 ::3. party of Jesuit Priests, sugar cane industry. In this mover ,

(Continued from page 1) J :t:: From Pins lo Safes :-l ';:. sailing from Santo Domingo to merit The South Coast Company, ,

!J ":: "'':", :' '. ::: f: Louisiana, brought with them a small with four sugar factories and plantations -. t

and the commute after several trips :: OFFICE FURNITURE : [ quantity of sugar cane. This they totaling nearly 40,000 acres, is I

; through town agreed to :judge I the .i.' Steel and/ Wood .,< -V. _'t'.. r planted in their little settlement. It playing a conspicuous part. The 1 ,

lawns on the following points; neatness .'. .X I .k:1 grew luxuriantly, and although no story of The Dahlberg Industries is
artistic ft. I
i appearance, future arrangement possibilities, general of :!: BOOKS and STATIONERY :t.i t. I 'sugar was made from this plantation told in an illustrated booklet which ;: .

\ I shrubbery in general plan of planting :i: Business and Social I .'.: until 40 years laterthe canewas grown will be sent upon request.

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After making a thorough study of GREETING CARDS ,
DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES F
, the lawns of town the committee, ::: .: .
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according to the report made by Mrs. c

Hart reduced the number of possible, ::1: .I.f.
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'b V prize winners to nine residences *** .
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which were the homes of W. C. Owen, ; Something Here to Please You ;:!: THE SOUTH. COAST COMPANY THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY c211th

: F. L. Williamson, R Y. Patterson, '. .
rI! and Plantations in Louisiana r &fills and Plantations in Florida
> Elbert L. Stewart, C. A.Jackson. M, .
F, W. Bigg, W. D. Cole, F. Deane Duff INDUSTlIIf ,
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In the case of the homes of P. G. ..( \ 't.
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FRIDAY JUNE 7,1929


COMMON: SENSE' BITS OF FLORIDAThe Big>< Yacht Basin I NEW PUMPING ,PLANTS

By Spuds Johnson I
i I n Industrial !
Installation of pumps and machin-j i

COMMUNITIES SHOULD I validated Canal Being Dug,:!'I ery in the new Pelican Lake pumping I
TOGETHER AND Supreme Court has station two miles east of Canal Point
PLAY i I I
1 the East Coast Canal bond issue ; under this week the
was way con
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WORK TOGETHER TOO Dredges were working this week I
which means that those interested in tract for the construction of the
1 on the digging of a yach basin for
j the canal's navigability may proceedi building and installation of machinery
Ur. Clarnnce Poe editor of The the Clewiston company at the inter-
i \, plans towards getting the Fed- having been awarded to the E. F.
Farmer has said that''''if | section of the Industrial canal and I
Progressive j stet} Government to take it over for Powers construction company. A second I
get'farm neighborhoods i to i| the Sugarland highway. II
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we can >,
development purposes. The bonds call II pumping station is under construction -
the.rill. inevitably I The basin will be 100 feet wide and FRIED
play together I for the creation:: of a fund of nearly four miles east of Canal I CHICKEN
", 350 feet long and the plans include i
work together. I $2,000,000, for acquisition of the carnal 1 Point on the Connors highway Both I ,
the construction of boat large
The ability and the desire to work rights-of-way ,* ways buildings have heavily reinforced
|j. properties and so enough! to accommodate practicallyany con
together are among the greatest needsof foundations with the i i .
forth so that the Federal Government crete upper
boat on the lake, it was announced -
the rural people In Florida or al, I i ,of steel frame with Prepared in the
them. structure covered
may be presented with in the engineering department of I I : way that made the
most any other state :ro"u might want I I' II sheet metal ,
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the 'Clewiston company.It .
to mention. Although there is no I" I Watanabe famous r .
was also announced that work .
danger that if \\e don't "all hang together -I It is expected that the state crawfjsh I : .
has been started on ths widening of,
we'll all hang separately," as J hatheries at Key West will be 666
I the entrance to the Industrial! canal
Benjamin Franklin !said, during a critical put into operation by June 10th. Dr. I
in Lake Okecchobee with the plans is a Prescription for .
period In the history of the colonies A. G. Adams of the United States .
!
providing for a fifty food wide bottom COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,
by hanging together we will be : buiefiu of fisheries has arirved from i L
t I at the canal entrance I I BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. :
able to make mor money, save more Boothbay Harbor, Maine to supervIse -I' The dredge which SUNDAYSEVENTY
completed its :
It is the most known.
speedy remedy
money enjoy life more, and have 1 the uorlc.] Two hatcheries will work in the Sugarland drainage district "
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more friends !i be in operation! : :and appioximately and was moved up canal No. 3 ,1-- t'
Farm people are' by nature a '2.0 0.000; young: crawfish will be ro Lake:: Okeechobce has completed : 1 NOWLIN and HAYS .

friendly people. The hospitality of 'hatched dailyand released in the wa- digging Its way past the railroad and'! Attorneys and Counselors at Law FIVE CENTS .

their homes is noted' et their circleof j tern along the Florida Keys is proceeding toward the lake. The. HOPKINS BLOCK

friends is limited by reason of the dredge! will! move across the lake to I, Clewiston, Florida ,

fact that rural communities! are often I Tho following: facto about Florida Canal Point. I 1-mo. pd. There are a few more rooms for per. i
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thinly populated Ilov.ever, a b(Her. naval ---- -- --------, --
>*iO of !interest.The; largest --- --- -- manent guests now available.
spirit of fellowship and comradeshipwill I airplane station in the United Statesis .

be developed if those who do live located at Pensacola.. is 891 i ,I

in a community; work: together and miles from Key West to Pensacola. SPECIAL ACREAGE

,play together I The acreage of virgin and second ,

Chance lias thrown many people together I! growth forests in Florida is estimated SPECIAL $25 per acre CASH .The'"Watanabe HotelMRS.
who never thought they would
; at 15,000,000 acres. The St. Johns

like each other until they came to river is the only liver in the United
/ 10 acres on Moore Haven Road ',' .
el- '
know each other well Rubbing '
States flowing north. : .
hows with a man in the same line of Land in this district sells for $1 75 to $200. : .P... ., CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager SAMERICA'S

work as yourself, snapping ideas with ,
a man striving for the same htings In The Circuit Court, Twelfth Judi- per acre.

cial Circuit, Hendry County, Floiida. ;- '
as yourself, will make both you and
SPECIAL CASH
$75
.-In Chancery per acre -
think of each .
the other man more .
I
other and have more respect for each I will be away until July 1 but all inquiries will be promptly
other.It AuVA L. HARRELL Complainant.Vs ,
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handled by Mail. -
is getting to be thetime of year : : '.?'. II II.W
RUTH HARTWRIGHT HARRELL, .
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for picnics, parties and outings. What Defendant. -' ,)
could: be better for the health than < :: "

taking the wife and kids out to the DIVORCETo Edison C. SpeerClcvhlons ;
the defendant, Ruth Hartwright
picnic ground seeing a. baseball .
Ilarrell. You 1.re.hereb. commandedto I '
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and with Bill I Smith, 'IN
game- chatting I NEW SUGAR BOWL"THE
appear before this Court on the I Pioneer_ Realtor
Sam Jones, Slim Timmons. Gus
1.t:t. day of July, 1929, and then and I'
Weeks, and other farmers of the community ( I I CLEWISTON FLORIDA
there answer a Bill of Complaintfiled I
.? ou might learn that Bill, l'
against you by Alva L. Harrell. I .. ......... .,.. a
Sam, Slim, ------ .aA :
and Gus are pretty good It is further ordered that this notice I .......".....,...,"..'..".."..".." .........................,...,.......................:..............:.........:..:..................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...." :..:.............-:..:..:. CLEWISTON INN
fellows where jon had formerly had be published in the Clewiston .;.::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;,
suspicions otherwise. And some of News once a week for four consecutive x tt ::.: On Lake Okeechobee

to them thin might kover give when:you yo some ugo good home ideas Y Done weeks.and ordered 3.this 30th day of :||: CLOSE;! OUT ON SERESUCKER :!::!: r ,,". .. ,


And then if :you can play with Bill, laID 9. :|:!:!: SUITS :..'::..:' ,,,,,.,. '" .
Sam Slim, Gus and others of the (Seal) WILLIAM T.. HULL :::: .1. }:*&. ., '.:. -' ; '. .
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community, why can't you all work ; Clerk Circuit Court : .- .:,. :; '-'r 1.'j..":" :". ; .r Florida
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together to the benefit of each? 5-t $ 'K : <, .,'

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- r -- I..:.:,.::. Our stock includes quality merchandise. -. :::: OPEN ALL YEAR

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Fordson Crawler Tractor-12 inch track i :::!: Wilson Brothers. Shirts :;::: I

One No. 51 Oliver Plow : ; ::::: Socks. Underwear. :.::;: ..- ,

One No. 3 Oliver Plow .:..:' "r :=:::: ,
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,: Practically New-Urgent Need of Cash I :H: Smith Smart and Dr. Reed's Cushion :H' .: .,. ';:' ;\_/ """:;'; >" -'J..i: ,., l -,J.I.-: '. ,:,,,;,; : -":" ...... .. :.'., '

: :::: Sole Shoes and complete line of :!::I: ,. '
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R. Th1 WATERS'' /. '!. ,' ::.. 'J :,: ';' ":.'. .'.,' '. .," ',' ,.....
. + :::: work shoes at rock bottom. prices ., :::,: : .''. ,

L Avon Park. Florida I I :::: :::!: I
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:, .. PROSPEROUS SUMMER!
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: Announcing the opening of :::: / may be returned and the money :::: ;' ::::, ,.__ ,"-('; '<',: ,; '; h : : '" 't: : :)

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':, DENTAL OFFICES :. '":;:""":;;'' re f un d d', ':;" .:::.."..:::..' Is assured for this section through, the activity M

ff 'CLOTHIER '" -, ; Hi of the Southern Sugar Company.

HUDSON THE
, In The Hopkins Block Of \

-. fl Hopkins B'ockNext' to Western Union .jJ I .


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DR. JOHN ANDERSON : : . . . . . .'::.: Homes and needed
? stores apartments are to
Dentist'L'
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I. ; Clewiston, Florida. ', ..;" \ !

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1 i I YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS in the entire South.
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!I 80 ACRE FARM II.I II. : .. ',y.,'

f RICH BLACK MUCK.-WATER CONTROL helped to make Clewiston a thriving city. I ; ,
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$110.00 PER ACRE I ; For Detailed Information, write

We are pioneers in the Barber Business.

5 & 10 ACRE FARMS j t

i-' UNDER WATER CONTROL .'. .. :
I CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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$150.00 PER '
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'r:< Clewiston Florida
40 ACRES .. H"i ." ':"" ,', ,, .
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CUSTARD APPLE LAND. WATER CONTROL patronize our shop. 'I .\.-.. '.-" '."' '' .- -

; $200.00 PER ACRE ." ,


!j WRITE I CLEWISTONS: PIONEER BARBER SHOP Ii',


I; Me CULLY i I: 'IN AMERICA'S I .. .. ... .,.NEW. SUGAR. -


CleT lilons Pioneer Real Estate Broker Clewiston K .. Florida II BOWL"y 4


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: ., 'L:<' ,' of the pre-Celotex eraS times as effective as wood, 8 times cracksand eliminate lath marks.

>r):'<:. ''VV plaster-board 12 times brick and 25

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< :};<: '" home-owner and prospective times concrete. homes
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IJaBelle BAPTIST CHURCH Pioneer Service ings of the machine shop back into

News Station Backed the business for further expansion

till they have a full equipment to take'
IS DEDICATED IN I l : By Real Pioneers care of every detail of work In their

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--- a large still and several gallons of PAHOKEOISTRICTJacksonville This is the Will and Duncan
BELLE GLADE SCHOOL company
They keep a full line of auto repairs -
LA BELLE Tom Mercer and his Their place of business
whiskey: fiom was
and sell gas and oil. Their
Former; Judge Henderson made a eluded capture and has built in June of 1928. Just in time
The
son. son sale of has high 13,000
gas run as as I' '
trip last week to Perry and other since The public school closed Friday afternoon MinisterOfficiates for the storm ,to hit them when In .'
not been seen gallon a month. These men came
Northern parts.of the State on business on account of the school full business l swing. However, the
At originally from Fort Lauderdale.Mr. .
of law.Sheldon Mrs.James. Ncwcomb will motor to building being destroyed by the building was not ruined and the nature Will first came up the Fort .

Biooksville Tuesday to spend the stoiinrthe year's work did, not begin CeremonyDedication of their stock was such as to Lauderdale canal and lived for a time f;
Stewert, .Jr., now of Clew stand water. They
Immediately
week with dclatives. replaced at Ok clanta. allover .
till II. However, most of the In fact he has been
week January "
iston, motored to La Belle for a *services for Paholcee's the roof, after the storm and
the
Everglades, running pa&scnger -
end visit with his parents. Commissioner The Epworth League held l their scholars had attended school in other new Baptist church were held last commenced to do business as soon l boats up and down the canals

and Mrs. Stewert. monthly meeting at the ,Methodist I places prior to the resettling of Sunday. when Rev. C- M. Brlttln of as there was any to do. They enlarged and declares that he chose Belle '

Church Sunday evening. Belle Glade, and with some extra efforts Jacksonville: secretary of the state their l business in the spring of 1929 Glade as the Belle of all the Glades.On .
JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUETThe board of missions officiated A large by building a repair shop in the rear
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the pupils have covered. for the I
Belle ,
Junior class of the La where they are taking care of all
delegation of Pahokee residents
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Mr.E. Edwards. motored to Im- were Tuesday Dr. Buck, assisted by
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High School entertained at a farewell most part the ight month's course piesut.Th I( kind of repair work now. They have
to inspect his'grove Miss Synhorst, county held a
mokalee Monday nurse,
banquet honor of the gradcatingclass. 'scribed. In the upper grades, the '
in pn new building construction of one machine, the ,very latest and

Delicious lunch consisting of there -. matter of history and arithmetic was which was made possible through the just acquired, with with they can pre-school clinic In his office. Sev-

Chicken A La King salad and many t motored to Fort I completely covere ., and with a few cooperation given Rev. W. C. Taylor, recondition cylinders. They will add eral mothers came to have their babies -
Mrs A.L. Taylor
other dishes were served under the ( exceptions, the classes were promo- pastor, represents: investment of from time to time, putting their earn-I I looked over. '.
Sunday to visit Mr.and. Mrs. .
direction of the Methodist church Myers ted to the next grade. The ninth $4,500 exclusive of the seats which I -
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ladies. _Several_ __ delightful musical Watford. grade- who took up Latin and algebra i have not yet arrived. The building is i .0

pieces were sung by Mrs. Addicks with the opening of the local school Make .'
34 x70 with two twelve foot wings.
been ; ePOINSETTIA .
l appointedmanager
John B. Bush has II I
Rider her ac-
with Miss Virginia as credit for one semes-I ,
have been ;given Four Sunday school rooms are included
B Cash store .t o .
of the of the B, & .
All program "
companiest. parts ;er. Some of the pupils are arranging In the building and through :
and interestIng succeed "Mr.Collins. A demonstrationof l i.
were fIne and many new to make: up part of the studies during use of the main auditorium two addltlonal I I HOTELYour
held the
ideas were made. One which was salad dressing' is l being at
the summer, so as to l be able' to make rooms can be pro\ined.
the small "} & B. this week
the most amusing was .
two years work in one. Louis and There are now approximately 60 I
Home While In West
Christmas tree on which were pres Palm Beach
Margaret KIrchman were present eve -I active members in the church while ,
ents for each member of the graduating Tax Collector James L.Taylor. on -:. '
officials, returned ery day of the term the Sunday school attendance according "// Pleases Us To Please' You
class tipifying what their profession of Ilendiy County's '
TIle upper grades had an arithmetic i to Ira York, superintendent,
_. was to be in life., There were this week from Tallahassee where h e EARLE R. CRESSWELL, Manager
'" contest for speed and accuracy amounts to approximately 50.
thirty two members of both classes has been for the last two weeks Into .
present including Mr. Sptiusston interests of his office and the welfare :.1! last week when a prize of ,one dollar Rev. C. Taylor Is pastor and the COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY :

the who has the trustees are Ira York, J. H. Casoh
Principal, and Superintendant and of Hendry County of which he i is: I was given to one
largest number of correct answers and T.A.. Waits. 'IiYrwta
Mrs. Stallings.The taking a great interest. I r ,
i On last Thursday Mrs. Hurd L, during a given time. Jack Feigusoirof AI'n.

Milk I the Sth grade carried the prize HOME FOR SUMMER __
Sabbath peace and quiet of La Reeves and Daughter, Butter : away : .

Belle was disturbed as a car taking 1 1' Betsy returned from a visit in 'Orlando And Louis Kiichman the prize for the Miss Ruth Friend, Miss Susie Maxwell y ",. "z I 1,
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the law in their hand lifted the barn- the two boys. Hurd Lee, Jr.,,,,5th grade. The grades participating and Miss Margaret York are /J ,- "

Orlando fora were the fifth, seventh, eighth and three Pahokee girl students at the
ers across the Caloosahatchee bridge; and Walter remaining in Listen In ,
State College for Women ,at Tallahassee ...
r and drove across. Under the conditions months vacation. ninth The problem of traction has : Monday Night

1 I l become interesting matter in who are spending the summer
of the bridge their is no necces a very

sity for the bridge l being closed incon- Great interest is being shown by i the Belle School. The fifth grade hadI with their parents in Pahokee "PtA> vXV .'VX1". t"'' > \.

viencing the people of North La Belle outside farmers In Felda for another I a number of short essays, written on Belle Glade depot has been W 3t' .:tl.f :4W: :S$3;1 ,,SSk3

and hurting the business of the merchants season, many are seeking farms !{ very common subjects, for their English just .; ,, 'r"r ,-. % irv Jr,":::'-
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completed; It is a frame building two 'tA" 1t t i.f
of La Belle. !"heie. tests, last week. Marjorie ''''i> .I T' "' ''11 '
stories with the company offices on r.
the only girl in this ?rade at Harris'l

Miss La Veta Allen of Port M>ers :Mr.L.. B. McEwen, the Fpltla Melon -I ent time wrote the one the second floor. Up till now, the tel iCI'hDiJI f
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egraph operator had to l be contented I
was a Sunday visitor with her pa- Grower has gone to Augusta Ga, as the second best. Her subject was,
North 1 I with a. box car for an office. And the MAV SAVE VOaja :
y.:.' lents, Mr. and Mis.Allen o. of I.a for a summer vacation saying he The Boy. S.BFE .

Belle. I would return for a biglger crop' than "The boy is a useful creature, especially general business was carried on the r .
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I IIi best way possible. However, there r { need the sharp a-edgd cd, deep. .'
in the fall a
ever The boy Jl
to country r.
I a man. grooved
will ; ,road-biting
or' be the best accommodationsfrom ; Srip) of the \1
The Royal Neighbors Lodge Lai' better than ; greatest .,f
can be used on the farm ,i, safety tire ever built. One : '
now on, and the .: ;
i : Belle: held their annual memorial day FORTY SEVEN POUND MELLON shipping men look shows )
," anywhere else but he"can easily l be will find a great improvement you that Firestone has : ",:,,, ,'.r
: services Sunday. Morning services Manager and Mrs. E Edwards. spoIled. nn the city, the boy often is season. by next* yr" the most gripping edges of any.;: t

under the direction of Reverentd Everett Hotel the proud tread you crer saw.
of the are
. treated too good,, and he gets spoiled. .' : ?
; Hubbard of Fort Myeis were held in possessors or one of the largest wat- I ,
r I He may not have such a good chancefor The matter of i ,, ,Fr 1 ... ",t
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organizing
. the Grammer School La a
'.. ,auditoiium.In. ermellons to be grown around young
an education as in the city, but peoples class in the '} :.::.: <,
; the afternoon apropriate secret exercises I Belle. This mellon weighs forty seven M. E., Community \
J the country life is a healthy life for aj I I church is pushed r ,r. : .;
forward "
were held in the lodge in the Edwards by the .
f :: room pounds and was grown on .. : :
: boy and a free life and a happy one. j,teacher, Mis.: Miller. The <' ; '
: the Everett Hotel building grove in Immokalee. Dible'school f : "Y 'c :
"I! .. I In the country, the boy dresses i in ., meets at 11:00 Sunday morning.'And "
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<*< '' usual sei
MARRIAGES I The 'folloingy're at the vices In the evening. :
guests CLEWISTON MOTOR CO.
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::: I generally goes baiefooted.The. fctyi..
fO-' I Everett Hotel this week; Babe, Kirby i Jfl"no ,e. _.. .-...... __...
}" gets a good education but h I!: _. _
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J. J. Truesdale and Dorothy S. Thompson, Okeechobce: W.M., Stareym. -11 ., -6W-
harder worksand is fond of fancy -< : .. t
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,;: Oates of Tarpon Springs were mar-' Lauderdale. : J, A. Peeples, ,
.' ; I things and to dress! up, and usually V .. /.
: lied by Judge Ross at the Courthouse Miami.; Basal Tyler, Arcadia: J. H. V \r .."

on Tuesday May twenty eighth Keech, Moore Haven: Laverne Luckey has money to use, but you have uri I '

s. ticed that this spoils him. And if he t '. ;, >' : :{f, ,:<; ;. \:: ::: ,/< : :\', : : < : : '. '. .
La Belle: H. Cassedy. and Wife, .. .. : ,. /. :' ; ,1"SUMMER' .: ,;:" ;,. ;, : ::.c .;; : ,. :... '.;,
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Jessie Luckey and Laverne Rimes Ft. Lauderdale: J. O. Bethea, Wau- grows up in the city and gets poor, he : .,

were issued marriage T.B.. does not want to look for a job in the
a .license on chula: D. B. Kibble, Lakeland; .

Friday May thirty first by Judge Ross I King Arcalia: T. M.Hyers. Tampa. country, but wants to become a mer >

and were married the same day b). chant. But how can lie when be .spent., J

Justice' of. the Peace George W. HowKr" County Attorney H. A. filer and Mrs. his money foolishly?

.bA. .. aid* Rider and son Billy motored to Fort The boy has a bigger heart than a ;:

Myers Monday where the doctor examined girl but he- does not always know\ to L ,

.. .SI-r nnIFF CAPTURES STILL .. Dilly arm and took it out of i use it.'''. :;

I, the sling so that he may exercise It I MARJORIE HARRIS V : V i'. ;: V V V DAYS I CAN BE MADE COOLER : : >::: :

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