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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 21, 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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i \ BELLE GLADE POST P. T. A. PICTURE T ARRIF BILLd fo LEGION', PROGRAM IS 1 I I Bishop- Flies-To Chicago I CLEWISTON WINS


"Step Right Up Folks: See the READY FOR 4'JULY Getting directors together by < FROM 1 OKEECHOBEEIt -
BEFORE
ASSURED
AMERICAN LEGION; little lady da her: famous dance plane was soon na a future 1tr-1 ;
blity by President i3. G
that has made her notorious: .
1NSTALLOFFICERS throughout the civilized world," ADJOURNMENT CELEBRATION of the Southern Sugar: Company I It SUNDAYS GAME
when
this is the headliner for the pictureto P. G. Bishop operating vice
-' president of the at Clew-
of company
be given under the auspices! '
the Parent Teachers Association Dedication Belle Glade iston flew ti Chicago to be present Fans Are TreatedTo
,
District Representative Majority Of Senators at an Important meeting of the
headed by Mrs. R.Y.. Patterson.The : .A no-hit Game
New American Legion
beard of directors ;
Official yesterday. With
To Attend First show will be given at the Favor Early Passage
Hall To Be Held his pilot Neil Stewart Mr. Bishop Teams play well
Meeting of Local Post Glatex Theatre July, 26 and 27. Of Farm Relief ; made the entire trip which would
This picture was shown at the
, C) of the American have taken two days and two ngithsby Local baseball fans given a
leading theatres over the countryand ,The Belle Glade post were
At the regular monthly meeting of
t played in New York ar.cl Los Although the possibility) of a summer Legion: is pushing their plans train, in twelve hours flying rare treat Sunday when the local
the Clewiston Post of the American time
Angles at 200. The producerssay recess of Congress was discussed for the 4th of July celebration to beheld making stops at Atlanta and team defeated' the fast Okeechobeeteam

\Tugsclay that it is the greatest picture a few days ago on the floor of the here. Commander W.J.. Buck Nashville for gas 3 to 0. Pete Wilson pitching

the Invitation fo the Belle Glade produced since "Lilac Time. The Senate, the majority leader, Senator announced this week that ,the home struck out six batters while only one
would he ready for dedication at that hatter reached first base. It was almost -
Post of the Legion to Install the newry cast are Milton Sills, Dorothy Watson: declare there will be no recess
elected officers. Mackaill, 'and Betty Comr OII. It until the farm relief bill (H. R. time with the State Officials pres: WATER CONTROL n perfect game and up until

Ken- of un- ent. The State Officials have an in- the eighth not a single batter reached
The Clewiston Post: has just bet was taken from, the play by 1)) has been finally disposed ,
Fitzivuu- bill H. R has terest In the Belle Glade activities as first base. The local nine backed
(
Nicholson. A George til the tariff 2667))
organized, it is not a new organizetiou : yon STARTS AT STATION
at it has been In existence overa rice production been passed by the House and referred they were very active during the Wilson by playing jam up ball.Only.

to the Senate Committee on last storm. The local post is very one error was credited against the
year under} the guidance of F.
; anxious to show the state officials locals that being against Shoesmith
Finance, and until the census reap
Deane Duff who was commander, as
a Veterans Club. TWELVE CARLOADS portionment bill (S312)), now the1unfinished their appreciation for the many services Reading In Test Holes playing short stop. A hard hit ball ,

Senate rendered the citizens of D.eIleI To Determine VolumeOf that seemed to be Wilson's choice
The Veterans Club was organizedby / business of the "
Glade and according to the advanced was passed by then pitcher, Shoe-
SOLO
I a small group of local servicemen CHEVROLETS has been passed by the House. Lake OverflowAn
information the 4th of July program smith making a running stop slippedand
1 before Clewiston was large Senator Nye, of North Dakota, ex;:;
ulll le one of the most interestingin threw the ball to J. Crouch play-
enough to support a local Lotion:! Pressed the opinion that there should,
I effort is being made to hold
i the state program'. ing second who in turn threw to
Q Post.At. a special meeting of the Clewiston Motor Company be no recess until action has been I the water ,table sufficiently low that ..
invitations the *!
first
The local post has extended ,,, runner being safe.
i Veterans Club it was voted upon and Unable To take non priposals to repeal or sus-
Supply to every post in South Flori- summer -crops and permanent plant- Okeechobee beat the local nine the
carried to apply for a charter In the pend the operation of the national,, '
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Local Demand da and a large crowd of legioneersis Ings, particularly cane, will not suffer week before on their home lot be-
American Legion. The entire membership I origins clause of the immigration
expected to attend the ceremonies, while so much water is being let hind the masterful pitching of Joe
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1 of the Veterans Club may become -I law. Senator Reed, of Pennsylvania, : out of
Okeechobee Under the direction { -
Twelve carloads of Chevrolets have on hat date. Woods of the .famous Boston Braves
I charter members! of the local I
who is
I I opposing any repear or sus .
of Dr. R.V.. Allison, the axperi- I
with team. Joe but
The streets will be lined pitched a good game
i Post i if they apply for membership been sold by the Clewiston Motor pension of this provision, said he believed ment station
will cooperating with the several made by his
booths where refreshments be errors were
1" before the next meeting which will Company since January 1st 1929, according it could be disposed of in one Drainage Board is putting down 40 I
the teammates which accounted for one
I Watanabe served during day. Everythingis
be held on July 14 at the or two dars.Senator .
j Hotel. Dick C. Miller is chairman of to the information, received being done in grand style accord- water holes distributed oyer the lauds of the local runs. Wilson made two
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Please turn to Page S from the local company yesterday. Jones, Washington,' sail ing to the post commander and and in the Canals from, Clewiston to safe hits to help win his own game.
1I 1j 1-' he would be willing to, agree to the St.Lucie. canal.
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Please SGEN.
I Tins volume of business reflects the a'j every person attending this celebra- turn to Page
recess as soon as the _Senate'' has tion will enjoy themselves stated the Reading will 1 be taken daily and,
I prosperity of Clewiston and its surrounding
j acted upon his proposal for an. commander. Ball games, potato races, as much water released from the
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regarding. foot races, swimming and a dance lake as can safely be done.How. T ASHBURNTO
The Clewislon Motor Company does I executive sessions.BUILDING will feature the program of the day. i, ever the canals arc to be held at a A.

1 WEST PALM BEACH not maintain a local sales force but low enough level to serve as reser-

I .- all the business is handled through voirs ,for the lo7 al rainfall, till It VISIT CLEWISTON

H.L.. McDonald! the local manager.We can be carried Therometors
i't IS COMPLETED I PERMITS ,S. R. HARRISON away
have been pushing our salesthrough I are also being installed which will NEXT THIJRSDA!
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oe/ read( for maximum or minimum I
Terminus Chevrolets and by giving service to TOTAL $25,000 IN'BELLE .. ELECTED r MARSHALL temperatures. S. W. Cooper is in -
Clewistcn Is To Be
our many satisfied customers statedMr.
of the
charge water
reading. To
1 F. L. Williamson
For Two TeleSystems : McDodnald.Business. is very GLAD !IN PAHOKEEPoiNel1 The Everglades experiment stationis
good in Clewiston and our used ,car Present Flood Control -
phone installing a gauge which will record -
sales have surpassed our new car
l To General
the velocity of the wind up to + :
sales which proved that the automobile ". :" .
The Southern Bell Telephone Company In Belle Glade Unopposed In 200 miles per hour.
Activity
business is on a staple basis.
I General Thomas A. Ashburn whois
has completed a new trunk line
;). from Clewiston to West Palm Beach. Another carload of Chevrolets are Continues This Month '.! Race For City Clerk in charge of the development of

now being unloaded and Mr. McDonald \ the inter-waterways of the United
, It Is now possible to make direct RAY GASKIL ATTENDS

r 0 connections with the East coast 1 stated that he. had sold two of 'since. -s. ,!t.H: p'rjonVil _lectf.Q; .....l. -->CHEVROLETVSCH60LIn ..States. .. ,'I.]hajicc: ; plefU ;anInvitation'rom l .
Building permits issued her
S'nce the' strirm {\l .0}}lJmUli[ 2 n a.. 'hcsevcars.ujrhls, [ ._mclerIs..jtut f three marshal' 'Vv thr'se to one fote las! I the Florfda3l'looil Control Association
...... : weeks- late and the factory Is several the first of June total $25,000 according ,
to visit Clewiston next Thurs
c- have )cell through the West Coast. : mresrlny. C.S.. Spoopr the present
months behind in production,. he to the building inspectorsrecords. sending mechanics to the I
city marshall polled thirty four votes our i day.General. Ashburn wiL! deliver an
pres.etlt stated When asked If he expected to : Building operations continue while Mr. Harrison polled ninety .Chevrolet school at J Jacksonville we address In Jacksonville Tuesday

just completed the new system. I exceed this ,record for the balanceof to show a steady growth which reElects four. It was a four conrnored race, are preparing to give better serviceon evening, he will address the Army

.t Within a few weeks the new telephone the year Mr. McDonald stated th*:* healthy condition of Belle the other candidates being L. L. our cars, stated (b'. Kelly of the and Navy Club in Tampa on Wednes

.,. exchange which is being built that he hoped to be able to double Glade. Work is being pushed on the I Davis and A. B.Dray.. Dray received Clewiston Motor Company, who are day. .
his quoto. new home of the American Legion I local for the Chevrolet Williamson President of the
agents cars. F. ,
here will be completed at which time ,only two votes while Davis polled .
Post which will be ready for the .dedication Gaskill left last Wednesday to Association will! meet
the Interstate and Bell system will From the local business standpoint thirty four. Ray Fl'god Control
services on July 4th according attend the school which is conducted h in bringing him to Clew-
I m Tampa
Clewiston business
lit make connection with the local ex- in every S. W, Powell was unopposed' as; .
:change. A complete copper circuit house Is enjoying the same prosepri- to tht post Commander Dr. W. i a candidate for city clerk. J. ,H. Ca- by a factory representative. The teiou: by plane Thursday morning P.

has. been completed into West Palm ty. The usual dull summer mouths J. Buck. I son having resigned several weeks\ school of instruction is confined to G. Bishop operating vice president of
'
e. -:, Beach which will give a direct connection in Florida business is unknown here. The 'Kil ore Seed, Company expectto ago. Mr.Powell. is well qualified for mechanics from all the local dealers the Southern Sugar Comi.any will

with New York and Chicago. The local merchants are stocking occupy their new store in about the position of city clerk which, ac- over the state. Mr. Gaskill will be give the general a view oi Lake

.. With Clewiston as a terminus for their shelves with new materIals two weeks the building being delayedon counts for no opposition against In Jacksonville about ten days Mr. Okeechobee grom the air. lie will

account ,of the of all"of the Clewiston have lunch in Clewistoij, and then go
i these two companies excellent telephone which are moving; beyond expectations shortage lumber. him Kelly stated that
The new Ford Agency building is Motor Company's mechanics have Miami where he will dell\or: an-
! service will be given the local The Better Business Associa- In the regular meeting of the city I'I iu .
i patrons.The local exchange expect tion of Clewiston is very active in about complete and the formal' opening Council last Friday night Mr. C. A. I I taken this. course. oilier address in the ,evs-ni'ig.

to begin operations on September 1 their summer campaign and the pres- will be held early in July stated I I Yeomans of- West Palm Beach, was ----

\S according to information received at ent local prosperity Is due to their the manager. retained as city attorney at the salary CLEWISTON LAUNDRY TO MOVE INTO

I '\', the Clewiston Company's office ycs1 I activities In keeping business at Several new homes on the Palm of fifty dollars per month.The.

I 1 terdar '. I home Beach highway are under construction matter of zoning the town was
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; The Dahlberg hall which is now brought up and the\attorney instructed I NEW BUILDING NEXT TUESDAY

C. being used as the community house to draw up a zoning ordinance. ,,, .
DITOR! MANUFACTURERS RECORD
and public library as well as city hall The question of widening the streets I -

IIJ. was screened throughout last week. through the business section was re The Clewiston SI earn I.aundary' territory from Belle Glade to Moore

: PRAISES FLORIDAS CLIMATE The yards are being planted with, I Pored to the street committee. wHi move into their new building Haven and we will put on. extra

,: I' flowers and landscaped. The spiritof early next week aceii'diug to the in- trucks to take care of the increased

:I the Belle Glade citizens in beau I forma' Jon received from Miss Marian I business, stated Mlsj\ Lydifj.

j I Florida's matchless climate 'has for well take part in such a campaign. tifying their community is commendable I l.y 'll?. owner.on., *' no v pla.-r is one I The new plant will be' officially '

I l'years I been drawing an increasingnumber Every commercial organization in Playing averages. CIcwiston: Ball f tl'o best NIl-*IIp'.r>5 ri i plants in the I opened next week wten! the! public

..i' of people of wealth to build Florida should be active in this Club. (Figures include game of SUUand we nro' striving to keep: will be invited s to Inspect the equipment -

winter homes in that State. This is work and the railroads entering Flori- .. June 16 1Q29)) .... .. i.p '; V"th; the pr.:';n-s that Is bin? .

one feature of Florida's development da could well afford to make this Miss Alice McLcndon Becomes L w\'if In Clewicjtoi stated Miss Ly-

1J which ought to be far Bride Mr. S. R. ConnellIt .1.. .. STATE OFFICIALS I'ISITU'OMAN'S
; more aggressively an outstanding feature of their publicity of Player Pos ab r h po a e avg.

f! /'.' pressed upon the country's at- campaign.It "Alston. c IS 4 6 36 2 2 .333 purre'ed: CLUB

tention that has ever been done. is not enough simply to bring was a real surprise to the many Ccthorn: rf-cf 9 1 3 7 0 1 .333 yt.ir.r > :

Recently the Manufacturers Record tourists to spend a few weeks or' a friends of Mr. S. R. Connel l to learnof S'smith '3b-ss 9 0 3 1 4 2 .333 Lrti3 who sa wtuO Plg..1 i Il! llitii; o* a Three State officials of the Florida

mentioned the fact that James Lau- few months in the State. In its climatic his marriage to Miss Alice Me- .-ir'.s& 3b-lf 25 ? 7 11 13 3) .280 'lrun.ry/ business !'. Olewistm I :: At tio! Federation of Woman's Clubs were

.... ghlin III, a member of the great and other natural advantages Lendon, of Nashville, Georgia. The Chalker If 10 3 5 12 2 1 .263 t' !.o It was or. a p-,'t tiC: bu:-luJs; guests of the Clewiston 'Vornan'sClub

iron and steel corporation of Jones Florida has an asset which can only wedding was solemnized quietly at Bclton sa-c 2;3 4 6 11 14 5 .261 with her. She was in the employment : at a erecting held on Friday,

& Laughlin of Pittsburgh, and Hen- be utilized to its fullest extent by tho home of the Rev. A. H. Giddensof ,T. Crouch 2h 21 2 .1 1 1:: 10 3 ,190 of the Clewiston Company until ; June 14, at the Clevibton Inn.and.

ry C. Rowe,' of Westerly, R. I., for bringing not only thousands, but Nashville on Wednesday June 12. Wilson p 20 1 3 -1 119 2 .150 several weeks ago when she resignedto gave some very interesting talks on

.. years a resident of Daytona Beach tens of thousands of well-to-do people Reier lb 21 2 2 53 6 2 .095 devote all of her time to the laundry -II club work.

are building splendid winter homesIn into the State as permanent win- The ceremony, was witnessed only 'M. Crouch rf 13 0 1I 4 0 .077 business. Miss\ Lydlg u to be They were: Airs.r.? W. Tyler of

that section. and that R. E. Olds, ter residents. This is an opportunity by relatives and a few close friendsof Mitchell\ cf 7 0 0 2 0 0 .000 congratulate on the. type of machinery Fort Pierce, vice president of section

the creator of the Reo automobile which should not be neglected as In the couple.Immediately. B'dsley. I1J.3b.. 0 0 4 3 0 .000 she has purchased and tho well 10: Mrs.D.. E. Austin, Fort Pierce,

I H and motor truck, is greatly enlarging the past, for really very little active after the ceremony an Douglas cf 4 0 2 1 0 0 .500 planned building which will house who Is State Chairman of Dept. of

his residence at Daytona Beach work has been done along this' line. informal reception was held and the Butler x 1 0 0 .0. 0 0 .000 the new equipment.A American Citizenship and Mrs. W. J.

, which he has occupied for couple left for the groom's home in has been in- Buttschau of Vera Bcachtwho is
many Suppose, for instance, all tho lead- - soft water plant

.I years. Other important business men ing business people of Pittsburgh Clewiston. TOTAL 194 20 42 159 77 23 .217 stalled which will enable her to compete .State Chairman of Division! of Forest

are also building there. were notified that tme of its lead- Mrs. Connell who is a. charming with the best equipped 1.1 un'- try
Released to Shawanox After tea served the( officialsleft
Similar conditions exist in other ing manufacturers a man of large young woman, was raised In Nash- driesin the state. The dry cleaning was
Hit for Crouch In fifth for the ir )iom 's going through
parts of the State. In the central wealth was building a home in Flor- ville, where she has made many sincere M. game. department which has just been add
Games Belle Glade and around the south
part, the Highland_ region, and on ida and that they were Invited to do friends. : i ed to her equipment has the latest
end of the Lake.EXTEND .
the West Coast other ,men of national the :same. Suppose New England Prior to her marriage Mrs. Connell Clewiston 6 Belle Glade 3 type of machines The new presses
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prominence own splendid winter people familiar: with the fact that was teaching I nth e Nashville Clewiston 1 Shawano 2 I are equipped with a vaccum cleaning

i ,. building. Mr. Henry C. Rowes, probably the schools. Clewlaton 0 Canal Point 1 motor which leaves all graments free SUPPLY PIPE '

( It well behoves every Mown in largest oyster grower and shipper in Mr. Connell has made Clewistonhis ClewistoiV 2 Belle Glade 1 .7 lungs) r from dust or lent. I

' -; Florida, which has great advantages the world, after years spent in Daytona home for the past three -years : Clewiston 7 Belle Glade 0 ((7 Inngs.) The boiler room Is fire proof: having The Pahokee Plumbing Company

*r'E winter! homes for people of Beach, was spending $150,000 or where he has many friends. He la. ,Clewiston 1 Okeechobee S a concrete roof as well as floor I has extended the supply pipe for the

wealth and position, to carry on a more on a new residence and the owner of the Connell Service Station ''Clewiston 3 Okeechobee 0 All machinery is equipped with: individual Canal Point water plant 600 feet

vigorous campaign to interest men grounds Rurrounding it. This would and has many other interest here., motors. It is also automotic further, into the lake which gives a

j .. of affairs from all parts of the country certainly tempt many of them to Mr. and Mrs. Connell are making; Pitching record: and the very latest In laundry. equipment total length of 1,050 feet. The extension

e In building their winter residences think how life might be lengthened their ,home at the Watanabe Hotelat g ip r h si lib; hpb wpV 1 .* was necessary on account of

d in Florida. The State itself might Please turn to Page S. present.; .. 'I' Wilson 7 53 15 33' 31 1 0' 1 4 3 We are now,,'prepared" ( to serve' tho the lowering of tlis! la'ce.i. : .


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PAGE TWO I, CLEWISTON NEWS' CLEWISTON FLORIDA
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: The Clewiston News CABBAGES AND KINGS I

Successor to The Clewiston Progress .
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. S 1928, at the post "lice ,
"Entered as second class matter February ,
the
"Blessed are poor" I
especially
when the inevitable happens the
to
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, at Clewistou Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Announcing the opening of
fenders of second '
a cheap_ hand carBrooklyn Times.I
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LOUIS A. MORGAN ............................................................ Publisher -- DENTAL OFFICES '

From every side we're hearing what a wonderful dance the ".
TOM SMITH ...............;.........................:..................................-. Editor vets saveat I I; ., I: "
the Clewiston Inn last week. And just in passing Fred : )
Puryear's sandwiches
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Subscription Rates and punch didn't do anything to hurt the evening.

By mail outside of Florida) By mail in Florida I (
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One year $2.5U One year $2.00 ; DR. JOHN ANDERSON _
c If you haven't yet decided where to spend the Fourth, stop In at Doc .
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 Dentist .
Three months 1.25 Three months ".75 Buck's place the: next time :you're v passing through Belle. Glade. Listen I i

I attentively for five minutes and your ',plans for July Fourth will be complete Clewiston, Florida. :;

NEWS' PLATFORM .. :

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation '.'::.,.:: : ; I
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2.. Early completion of the highways, for local transportation and i
Have :you ordered you phone :yet? ,.; t _
concentration of products. -
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3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and j ,
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other of this region to the noithem martlets. LEGAL NOTICE
products ; sessor. of Taxes for the year 1929, : I
4. The fad functioning of a cooperative marketing association for and of perfecting, reviewing and -
both buying and selling purposes.. I '
NOTICE OF TAX EQUILIZATIONTo equalizing the aSS! -m2nts as made CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY :
by said Tax AsseF' :)r.

June 21 1929 You and each of you are hereby J ,
Friday, : whom it may concern: 1 S
notified to be
present at said time
You are hereby notified in compli-
I and place and there st:: forth any
-, BETTER CITIZENS THRU BETTER: NEWSPAPERS: : ance with Section 929, Compiled
: complaint and produce. any .testimony
General Laws of FLida, 1927, ..la I
which :you may desire ot to the val- !f PURE BREED BUERNSEY
the Tax Assessor of Hendry County CATTLE
The rate of progress I In ainost every field of human} ewerPrisecan 1)1 Florida, will meet with the ue of any property as fixed, and assessed ....
by' said County Assessor! ; of
measured by the decrease of provincialism. Eoa/d of County Commissioners of .
I said county at the commissioners'room .Taxes. TUBERCULAR TESTED
The neighborhood in which we, live Is constantly being widened, by W. L. MURRAY I't! .
)douse
in (he Court : in La Belle,
Chairman Board 02': {
the radio: the airplanes television. the automobile, the telephone, trains, Florida, on the first Monday in July
County Commissioners of Ii.'.Hh'y S '
andships.. The. Far West ,of a lifetime ago is now next door. In traveling the same' being the 1st day of July, County, Florjda. AAttest' q < '.
A. D. 1929, at 10 o'cloclA.. :M., for .
time the map on the United States has been shrinking at' an astound complaints jl H S
tOur purpose of hearing : S FWISTflN DAIRY COMPANY

ing rate. and receiving testimony as to the (Seal) William T. Hull .

value of any property, real or personal Clerk i\\1\\
grandfathers wore clothing clipped from the wool of sheep: grown {
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on the village common, carded and spun at home and woven on the hand, ..
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(loom. Today they wear, ,clothes made of silk from Japan, rayon from ; '

faraway forest, wool from Australia. Larders are stocked with food from .,,jJ ,'' i
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every clime. j. K. BAKER R. C. BAKER. I ,
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The man who. sits on his own door, step and shuts his eyes to the -;" ..< :: ---r, ', :' I'
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widening panorama of human activities Is like the man who would still t w
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raise sheep in order to 'make his own clothing.The I II f r r. I 't

good. citizen' Is the intelligent citizen, who keeps abreast, of the BAKER SERVICE STATION

widening march, of progress. To do this he depends upon his newspaper I (
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and the more effectively, the newspaper informs him of. the trend.. of Factory distributors for '", r
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world events, the better he is equipped to do his own ; job. 1 L

Neither; political. economic nor any other questions are ''now', merely. I e tJI 1 ESTATES TIRES il
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local questions.. The world is our neighborhood. ,: ,1 .: ;,; :;!: 30 X 3 1-2 Usco . $ .40 j I r "Aid l' r RI.
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nearly 'every one- of us agrees that nghUy directed effort., I trouble when our Ice man is p0vlE/

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experienced to
even of a minority, will stimulate activity along cpnrmcrcial: lines and -

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about a sentiment favorable to projects: of a public nature.But.
".. ICE clear and solid full UT
what part does sheer uck play i nthe building of a community? That all I pure, ..
weight is our motto. Buy your MPA
depends. upon what is meant by luck. '
I Ice from the wagon or truck
Luck is not the mere outgrowth of superstition.. Neither is it a mere .. .
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happening or circumstance. Back of all genuine luck are its causes and Address and Phone

meanings. Luck is defined as that which is favored by fortune, successful

*, auspicious, encouraging, happy, hopeful, promising and prosperous. "Undersigned would like to' hear I = ....

Luck in community building is just about what the people of the t> com-
from of Clewiston or vicinity $!!
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munity will it'to be.If.. both individually and collectively they are sue-, : \! ,
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cessful, encouraging, happy and hopeful, prosperity is reasonably sure to holding membership in the Royal p

follow. Otherwise the results are never as positife and promising. I '* '
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Progress. i is 'a state. of, mind and heart which., results !in, a condition' of (;?t> /'}' T : '. .. ': 1 1 i: home on El Paso Avenue. after ::., .F

action. As pne match can set a whole forest afire, oI e'grouch can retard. I I I ",.,I

f i the growth of an. entire city if his gloom-gcrm: is''' permitted to become biifflciently '. ', 'O 1'1 i June 15th. Modernly equipped in :'I I
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M1( If this were not so, ci uld stop building and men and women' would !FfbfR( (:llI fiiPki rw$ 2at1 1'I :' ,. \ .' best" t,

stop developing in strength and character, because:: 'I i'i'c': 'li li'I
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r Courting i in automobiles Is dangerous, says a police officer. Nip specify V7 ::1 '
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[ GUM-DIPPED These tires hold all world :
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30,000 miles in 26,326 minutes! 207.5 miles > ,
}. : hour! From coast to coast in 77 hours, 40 min per 'J',
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GOV. TO !r time sports baseball precede game a In big the doubleheader afternoon Moore Haven Nine *** *f ** * * * f1rf __ \ l''

Licks Canal Point ..
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Is scheduled. With this will : J
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which will be followed by an Elk's I'J&
BRATION JULY 4"Florida's dance at midnight. A jinx that had followed Moore .JII

: I "Governor's Day" will he July; 5. Haven in all four of the games this "

I The beauty parade takes palce at season finally left them Sunday' as :
Queen of Flowers" to floats they crashed through in a thrilling
10 o'clock. This i Includes prize
represent this: state at the National and wheel chairs. Governor Carlton five-inning game cut short on account ')\ *

Beauty Parent which will be heldIn delivers his address at the city of a downpour of rain. No ;c' *
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September in York, Pa., will be park directly after the parade. game could have ended in greater : !! *

named. in West Palm Beach on July Horseshoe and shuffle board contests thrill than this one. did I be-

5th 3't a beauty contest, a feature of will be under way from 11 A.M. tween Canal Point and Moore Ha- ; .._, r;

the first annual Mid-Summer Mardi until 1 P.M. In the afternoon there ven, which the locals won 2 to 1. U 1

';:, Gras and Flower Festival, July 3, 4, will be a baseball game, a parachuto was a pitchers' battle from start to '

5 and CGoveinor. jump, and boat racing At night the finish between Guise for Canal Point? I : Filling'n SanisSugar BowlS S

Doyle E. Carlton will Mardi Gras and coronation ball and Walker for the locals. Guise

crown the queen at the coronation which starts at 10 .P.M. are on the gave only four .hits and struck out *

S ball which will be held the night of program. '; three. Walker bettered his performance -

n July Fifth She will be selected 1i I I The features of the last day will by allowing only two hits and : A Problem in Economics

_i from the; beauties who will be sent 1 include a baby parade at 10 A.M., I striking out three. Walker also .

here to represent their cities in Flor-1,' and an old fiddler's contest at the i starred at bat, with a long two-bas "*

Ida. city park from 1 P. M. until 4 P.M. 1 hit in the fourth inning.

r The young ladies will be afforded The afternoon will be interspersedwith Things looked bad for the localsin : Our own Uncle Sam is one of the every shortage. Yet if all the sugar

's the hospitality of the city while a ball game, boat racing, a I the first when Carr, first man up, greatest farmers on earth. He can we get from foreign countries and island -
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I here. This will include their hotel parachute jump and other fcatmes. hit an easy fly to left field, which raise enough food this year to feed possessions were suddenly cut
Matrons will be in charge The Mardi Gras and phantasmagoriawill was dropped by Griffith. Gilbert,
of expenses.them while In Wast Palm .,,Beach. be on the program at night. next up, sacrificed Carr to second, ''''r all his nephews and nieces and miloff, we should be in a serious plight, :

Th Mardi Gras and Flower Festi- and---, another -in---'-_'_(_ .nlnv..-01 sent" ]Mm to-- lions of people in other countries and nothing much could be done

ral Includes a' big four-day midsummer third. He scored on an Infield hit- as well.! But there is one important about it. *

;' / celebration. The Fourth of July TARIFF BILL PASSES From then on Walker was never In crop in which he is sadly deficient *
HOUSE BY 264 147 But be done and
I program will be of the old fashioned f to I danger- and retired the side usually things can are *

variety which will have as one of I I in order. '* sugar. being done, now, to improve our 'position -
By a vote of 264 to 147 the ,House The Gators made their two markers Consider the facts In future
its features, one of the most imposing following : against difficulties his
passed the tariff bill carrying the J ? *
in the last of the fifth with one r( the of
floral witnessed continental
parades ever
1928 people country can produce a very much
highest customs duty rates olin the *
here. Races, speaking, ball games man down. Maths was safe on an {t United States
consumed about4,600- of its
larger
history of the country. part sugar requirements
and fireworks are all in the day'ss error by single by Pape. Rauls was! *
doings' The measure, which is the 37th given a walk, filling the bases. Thei- I 000 tons of cane sugar, amounting to 'lithe resources we have arc fully and .

tariff bill enacted since the first Continental Ian J1. 28% of the entire world's I
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next hit production.
The other days will have equally man up a rolleu--through intelligently developed. *
. Congress, is now before. the second which was fumbled, scoring : The 0
---- as attractive program. same year we produced only 63-
The
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Mathis.
Governor Doyle E. Carlton will I Pape, safe at third startedfor less than of of theworld's
crown the queen of the state's first there several months. before it pass. ,home but rettu ned.. Then an-Q\'er-I .. 207 tons, or A i % devoting millions ,in capital and l the ;:}

; annual Mid-Summer 'Mardi Gras and es. throw to third, by the catcher let JI. production: and less than energies of an exrvrt ninnj r?,melt to *
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Flower Festival, which will be held Passage of the bill in. the House I him in home with the winning run. 4t lYtfo of our requirements. the cause ofincreasing American pro- *
followed heated debate the *
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f in West Palm Beach, July 3, 4, 5 lion offered by: Minority Leader Gar-I, Rain began to fall and became a The importance of sugar to theluction: of cane sugar.The interesting :}
downpour;
and 6- Each in Florida will be which ended the game t
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ner, of Texas, to send the measure ;;, with 'one man out. national welfare is 'easily shown by story of their activities and the substantial
asked to send a representative to t
enter the beauty contest which will back to the Ways and Means Committee I Canal Point 'ab r h po e \!.. the drastic measures taken to secure 1 'results.so far obtained is told 1t

be decided in West Palm Beach on for various changes. Garners :i Carr If, ........,................. 2 1 0 1 0 )f. this commodity in time of war and by in an illustrated: booklet which will *

July 5th.. The state executive will went through. as the Administration 'I Gilbert, ss, .................... 2 O. 0 0,1' : its tremendous'increases in price with be sent upon request. "!

have ,charge of the program when wated ,it.Garner's f Thomas" c, :......;...,:,........> 2"0 0 '3 ';0 I '

the winning :young -lad)' is crownedat motion asked that the ; a'C'n"1., Ib,. '.'.."..........,.... 2 0 1 7. 0 'I t 31r

the coronation ball that night. tariff commission, which reports to Guise, 'p, ........,.........;..,... 2. 0 0 5 :.0 : *

The girl who is selected as queen the President, be abolished and thata Hawk. :, 3b. .......'...:........... 2 0 1 0 2 I
DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES
T of the Mardi Gras and Flower Festi-l commission be appointed which Cross, .<..b.. .....?.................. 1 0, 0 0 ,0 ,i. : '

a val will\ be sent to York, Pa., to enter 1 would be responsible? to Congress. Bean, '2b, ..!.....:.:....'..... 1 0 0 0 0 I *

/ the National Beauty Pageant As passed by the House, the bill I L'more., cf. :vyA.:. ....,.:..... .2 .0 0 0 ,0 : I. .
President "
which will be held Septehber 2 to'' gives the 1t authority to C'ckett., l'2; ::.!:. ...... 0'0 00*,. fcr M
raise or lower tariff duties 50 per /
7. She will be known as "Florida's I p' - t.c THE SOUTH. AST COMPANY THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY *
cent1 without consulting Congress., Totals l' Is
Queen of Flowers. 18 2 16
; tr Stills and Plantations, in Louisiana,, ., Stills and Plantations in Florida. 5:
Each city's representative in the
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beauty contest will be the guest of MA'BEL GETS $30,000 Pape, 2b, ....:.................... .2 1',1 2 ::0 : '. *
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Nest Palm Beach. The hospitality Mrs- Mabel Willebrandt, former ,.Rawls, 3b, .,.?...,.............. 2 0 1 1''O. './

includes hotel expenses.' Matrons will Assistant U. S. Attorney General in Theilan, 1b, ...:.....\..;..... 3 ,0, 0 6 !0 1

[be provided ,to care for them. charge of prosecuting prohibition Mills, c, ...........,............... .2 0 .0 4 0 tg Executive Offices: 919 North Michigan Avenue. Chicago :

..,. ., For the. coming mid-summer.jaffajr." ,. se .anf for sev i'al _ycais a .thorn I Priest I ss, ,..:......'.........".......''-2' .100, 0.1,,t$) .4' 7 *-. -'. '/". 3 ..atkt
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>-. >eso '" aU-rail- i Jt.
\ r n the flesh of liquor men, in now attorney Walker, y. ..;,...:.. .......... 2 0 1 0' 0 I >
roads in the state. Special hotel : -tttt. r ,. 1fIJ. Jf. It JI. 11.11 )j. Jf.c '1'I 11--)1. 1'I 11Jl.1#'
for an aviation. corporation : Griffith, If .. .' .
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rates also have been made for the with offices Washington.. Her salary B'kburn.]: rf, ''?:.* :....;..:.... 2' 0 0 :i ,0 ...
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thousands who are expected here. is said to be $30,000 a year, which Mathis. cf, .........,.;..I....... 2 1 1 0 0 I .

registration The first day of [beauties will be and devoted other to is several paid her.SUMMER times. what the Government I k .- ........;l".., '1.:,. < .., ....'.'_ :..;;'.J>.; _,:'," ,: j;'. ,. ;.. ,'. ..." .,:.. .. .. ...,. ':..> "" ..'!, .i" '.'
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preliminary work necessary for the I /
Runs batted in, O'Conner; two-base "
big celebration. The Mardi Gras will CAMPS BENEFICIALThe hits, Hawk, Walker; left on bases,
start that night, ending at dawn .
organized
summer camp form- Canal Point 2, -
Moore Haven ;5; base ). .
e with a big Elk's dance. erly thought of merely as a meansof .
on balls, off Guise 1; struck out, by
% The program for the Fourth of recreation! the United States
says ..
Guise 3, Walker 3; umpires Keck \
July will Include one of the most Bureau of Education, Is steadily gaining I q' ,. ; '; ." '." ", .' .-
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imposing parades ever witnessed recognition in the field of edu ; :, t. ,
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here. It is scheduled for 9:30 In the cation. Inasmuch as it offers Ideal i : '* ': tt : .
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morning. Speaking at the ball park conditions for the promotion 'of men-I home, the school )and the church, in ; ;

starts promptly] at 11:30 In the tal and physical health, social devel- the education of school, children during '>

a morning. This will be followed by opment and spiritual growth, it is the period of, the summer vaca <. / SUMMER DAYS CAN BE MADE COOLER

a big basket picnic. Races and. old taking its place supplementary to the'tion. .', .

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direction and then reverses and runs in the opposite direction for the same period of time The garment is given this treatment for ten minutes and then a pure :'. ./::._,\ "r' JJ
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over the garment at the rate of 500 gallons per hour. This mineral spirits continously purified and passes in and out of washer for thirty minutes. Thus ;you have '/:- ; ': ': : ,

rinsed all of the .soap out of garment and it is now thoroughly cleaned and then f allows the process of extracting the Mineral Spirits out of the garment. They are ." \.. \i' :'X.

removed from the washer loaded into a centrifugal extractor and extracted over a period of five minutes. This leaves the garment 'free of solvent but still a little PI -,

odor. They are then replaced in the Dry Tumbler for a period of thirty minutes and tumbled under a temperature of 300 degrees Thus the garment is now free of .' S -
I all odors. ((4)) It is then taken to the sorting room where your number has been marked in each garment thus causing or rather eliminating' any chance of a mistake ,' i1-I ',.' '

in securing your.. own garments After being sorted land placed in rotation: tiny are then taken to the finishing room where they are finished on Prosperities new :' .
Air Driven Prcss; s. These presses arc the latest In finishing! of wearing apparal.YOU cannot slick a blue serge or you cannot shrink even the most delicate. silks ',.. .

I No foot drive, no motor drive but just cold fresh air traveling over the tension controls thus giving you a real hard crease that is very necessary in this damp cll-. .,.;.,:', / .
mate. (5)) The garment is then! placed! upon individual hangers and }placed in dust proof paper sacks thus giving you an absolutely. stcralized garment free of all '; ; \. ;i.

spots, odor shrinkage etc. Is this not a wonderful improvement over the old wash tub .and hand methods..? ,. ,
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I lonly-a few :young folks'!'present, the t tI I.. i ';
I By The Way Have You HeardMr. ?-, ?!l1Ij"!! 1111J.IIf.l! 11111 11 !li;"I 11711/ 'ti1 11IIIrIIllImllIlL"UI.'IU"1' 1!I'II p.lmr'II'Il'U'IIIU: AI i
I{ majority being middle-aged and even y t_t; '1.1t iifitiht; :iiij r.Ti Hifi I! II iliri I.IE ;!u 1 i1 !i!sl:1 f cju i'1i i'iti: .i c.r .il Hit i ifi j itit.i1HtitmitiiFaf.itf.if.tiiF.f.; ; r'u +: J
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M.Victor Dlate of mate Bros. Donald French returned to Lake> that a club of dignified ladies could .=. _-. _. 1 I
leaves tiJls week on a business trip I Worth with them 1' help make so much noise. These f I I I ,
and Philadel- lades and staid, middle-aged men were | ,
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to New '
Mrs. Gertrude Moore of Grand 1 l led In playing games and singing old- 5

.... phia. Chain 111. is visiting her daughter, time songs. A WELL WIRED BUILDING REDUCES YOUR \:; I

" j) O.L.. Jeffries spent Wednesday, in Miss Luclle Moore. I j "Some' of the ladles said they had r
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West Palm Beach on business. s -
Mr. and Mrs. J. Shoesmith. of' per, but the next time a supper is = :' INSURANCE RATES .. '. =
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week end I given they will have to hold them ; :t t I.i '
trip New Syrmur. spent the f ; -. I. \ m
R. C. Baker is on a business I ..... '
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Mrs. Claude Downs and: :Mrs.El. Mr. and Mrs M. fit. Montgomery I michlIc-a,ed and white-haired folks (5. ,'..
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Stewart Sunday in Sarasota. -
bert spent
visiting :\Montgomery's sister play mixed in with our lots of hard i I jj This >is< a proven fact and will reduce your fire hazards

Miss Laura Matteson. work. We need to get to playing, together { g' when properly wired. Andther ,feature cannot be overlooked '
and then maybe we can work j =
Dan Allen was visited by his father .
"'a O.M.. Allen and brother W?G. Allen Dave Alston and J. K. Mowry: together as communities and for the > =: when having your electrical work done, that is I
Q : spent Tuesday and Wednesday in good of our communities. Individualism
of Georgia last week. I guaranteed work.
Tampa on business.' has held out too long in the 5
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I Donald of Lake;: Worth accompanied Mr.and. Mrs. E. Kelly, and daughter ; growers.. I 1 lc i ::..:' Our past contracts in Clewiston are the principals upon : :

,,' b sof' Miss Funderbark and Miss Tafft Evelyn motored. to Fort Myers I i .I i ;. which we are building our future business. It!
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Columbus, Ga., spent Monday in EUROPIAN MARKETS FOR | ? :
Clewiston. !I AME'RICAN FRUITS SUSTAINED i |"
I I Mrs. Carl Beckmeyer spent the I i. =I In selection of an electrician>< >; to wire< the new Dahlberg m
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: 1 IUr. and Mrs.Dave. Alston are ,I I Maintenance of European marketsfor i- home on the ridge these principals were taken into consi- .
spending a ten days vacation with American fruits, despite the dc-! | .
:Mr. Alston's fater at Richland, Ga. I A.R.. :Murry of the Moore Haven sire: of European countries to reduce ( -s deration, therefore, the contract was awarded to our firm. _
Sales Company was a business visitor tj.
I I imports of fruits by increasing their f:
Mrs. Lawton Sims is in Weston: in ClGwistonTonda) )'. I'' own production, is reported by Milton | ;' V 1 E 'ARE PROUD TO HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO I

Ga., visiting :Mr.: Sims' parents and I J.. Newhouse, just returned from _5 I! (

will spend several days with :Mr: and I RURAL CQMMON SENSEBy I a six months' survey of European c: :.. ,.;:. .;. WIRE ;

1.lr8.E.. .. L. Alston Richland. Spuds Johnson fruit markets. Efforts are being made! Sin .
t I I northern Europe, particularly in I =E< : .

K. C. Alston of Belle Glade is Jnj I PLAYING IS FINE FOR Sweden, Denmark and Germany, to I : THE CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY I I1

the Alston store during the absence | MIDDLE AGED AS WELL I increase production of apples and I | .. .

of Dave Alston. I AS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE pears, while in more southern and
In this wish call attention
.j inspecting building we to your I
centrally located countries, including I. .. ; :
K. C. and Mrs. Alston are occupy: This darned old fruit fly'has everybody -.I Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Austria -| \\ to the electrical work. ? : :

ing the Dave Alston home while Mr. j hopping so that we are apt and Switzerland, such efforts include |t; ." : :
and Mrs.Alston. are on their to forget about some of the funda-
away the IiofUr fruits -as well, Mr. i\'e\v- | ,
vacation I mental things which are so important house says. Hungary, particularly, is I !:i The following buildings were wired by Cantrell ,
in lifeOf should do
course we planning to expand apricot plantings. ; I
Mrs. J. K. Baker left for the Carolinas : everything can to help get rid of i : {" THE ANNEX TO THE ADMINISTRATION BLDG. ,: .

'It this week where she will spend i the fruit fly, but we are going right .
the summer. on living, and the :world is going to 1 PLANS MADE TO ISSUE e ;: HOPKINS ANNEX, DAHLBERG HOME ; m

C. W. Massey representing the Vir- continue to turn 'round if the fruit NEW EDISON 'STAMP ..
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vCIewiston News Monday. I Picnics, optings, and get-to-gether Postmaster Walter F. Brown has j | 'v -
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bert Stewart are visiting relatives in now. It was a get-together meeting 2-cent postage stamp / to commemorate E t tj; "1.: .. ".'. .' "'. '. '.. .. ",'. '". ..">w, }-"," ':. oI =. -_
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Sarasota this week. held down in Lee County, and hereis the 50th anniversary of the production '- '

. what the home demonstrationagent of the first incandescent : ., 9I
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It.' F Deane Duff spent ..Saturday in says about it. lamp invented by Thomas A. Edison. I', I CANTRELL ELECTRIC CO.

lIiamf'on business "As great sounds of merrimentcame The new stamp will be the same :I :"
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C A. Smith representing the Oliver Thursday:: night a passerby would will be printed In red ink. The de- J;; ,.'.'! .,. ,i' Blate 1 Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

I.f y Plow Company is spending the we'ek I have thought that the young folksof sign features a reproduction of the I;:I.: er

; in Clewiston looking .after his com- Alva were having a high heel time, original lamp with rays of light issuing I !E .' .,.,. ,!" -... I =cm=
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reau of Agricultural{ Economics, in

I LaBelieNewsMETHODIST j jr I Washington: reports that low output I -

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LADIES HOLD I Mr. and :Mrs. George '\''. Mr, I. O. Creiger. the Governmentfarm exporting countries. ------
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Sunday in Fort Myers and Puna Thursday and Friday He will be in -

Everett Hotel For Donates Dinner Dining. Room I sa. Tuesday Belie Glade.he reports.Monday anod Clewiston 66 6 6is I .. A HOTa IS SELDOM LIKE HOME "J J

Cattle Shipped From La Belle j (
The combined Queen Esther Bible I Two carloads of cattle belonging Mr. and Mrs: N.J.. Skelly of Felda l I II a Prescription for J

Class and the Women's Missionary( the J. B. Hendry Packing I left this week for Atlanta where they j COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, i ITS DIFFERENT AT THE
Society held a Travel or Automobile were Chipped out of La Belle will spend the summer BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.1 M I 4

Dinner Monday evening.The first day for Tampa. Three carloads '. It is the most speedy remedy known. I .'\ \WATANABE' "
course consisting of soup wa sservedat I j will be shipped out early this tit I Tax Assessor Hurd L. Reeves purchased 1 :' :',' {- -- .
the Webber Home, next the main All of ,these are going over the a fine new Chevrolet Six Se -.-

dinner which through the courtesy of bord. Thus it is seen that cattle dan this week.SENATOR I ,I
NOWLIN 1 and HAYS Here will 1 find
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the Everett Hotel Management was not only shipped Into La Belle you most pleasing .
I I Attorneys and Counselors at Law i ,
served in the dining room of the Ho I also out. t '
KiNG PROPOSES ,, atmosphere coupled with
tel. Delicious beet load, and peas HOPKINS' BLOCK meals ,
coffee and others were served. BANKING INVESTIGATION, !!I Clewiston, Florida n
mny :Mr.and. Mrs. P. Davenport ,. just
After they were through at the ho- Charleston South Carolina. were .". :' 1-mo. pd. ,,, a s you enjoyed in your home..
An i investigation! the' :; It''
tel at each plate was a nut which of banking r r
tors in La Belle and report that A few
when cracked open informed the like La Belle very much. and credit situation in the countrygenerally I rooms are now available 1 for: ..
with ORANGE TERRACE
that there next stop was !Mrs.Bush's. particular reference
guests
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The procession which was I Press Officials Visit La Belle to the possibility restricting! speculative : ,Attractive home-lixc: rooms, excellent I guest intend _to make Clewiston
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about a half mile long then wound I 'Mr, Copeland Circulation l\1 credits is proposed in a resolu--I j : meals. 4 blocks from business their home. I.,

jts way to Bush's where delicious I,! of the Fort Myers Press and \ LOll Introduced' in the .Senate by': section. 62 Orange St., Asheville, 1 i
salad served.The names Senator King of Utah. The resolution L-. .
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potato wes Shelton, an Assistant were / NC.
were then called off and each guest I in La Belle 1\fonday' morning. states that the :inquiry : Is pro-!I _J | .

wa sinfornud by a card that their Shelton expects to spend the pOSt'd'"to remedy such defects in I|' ENJOY YOURSELF THE .
next stop would be the lovely\ Dreyer.I i In La Belle -, existing law" as permit "the use of THE "FAIR" AWNING I

home in North La Belle. This huge the reserve funds of 1 banks, in carrying -, I

procession" which as one of. our promi I I j! Commissioner Delaney has sold or trading in securities contrary SHOPPE .
nent citizens said he though it would I to existing law." At the request of rw"Quality
yacht to Mr.
never come to an end then woundits j I Frighpen. Senator King the resolution was referred !to Remembered Long After The Watanabe 'Hotel
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way to. the Dreyer'home where I George Hendry motored to to the Committee"on Banking 'I :*; .
after delicious dessert an automobile Myers Monday and Currency., I 10 Lakcview 'Arcade, Lakes re v ,
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Through the courtesy of the Declaring lelatively high beef prices "i;\<
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can Legion, Hendry: County. the a tit orld] -wde! situation! the Bu
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H. .A. Shelton, Fort Myers, J. 0. ceremonies will begin ,With a X + Manager'i

Conger, Washington, John C.Lemon. j parade bearing floats of all :.: PROTECT YOUR :: I ...,
Huffman Const. Co., Jack Steele, | ties in this section of the State, : EYESi i .:.

Arcadia, S. G. Webb, Clearwater, Mr. <' floats of La Belle business firms, :;: 1.1. ';- i
and Mrs. P. B.. Davenport Charleston Len thirty. The next on the ::
: From GLARE. and STRAIN with the new modern Wide. Angle :
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S. C., S. T. Floyd, J. J. MesunI; be the free barbecue given :- ;' >' .r' '..
and H. L. Bryan u Tampa. I If |I I Fords Park. There will be plenty :;: /,. ., 1' CRUXITE TILLYER Lenses -, .' <, :: "IN AMERICA'S NEW j
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J.rheatoJl..J. II. Jones., Tampa Tampa; ;II.H.L.Ball,G. Lesler, J., I will swimming be held pool.in bathing Prizes the Everett contest will i I, j ): :p ) :./ ':': ; :. { : :: ?; : \\fl:};: '. : ; ,"(::\;J; ;: :'". THE CLEWISTON INN .' I (!

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P. Heudry, Arcadia, M. L. Taylor, : : '" .'
Lakeland; L.J.. Jackson, Tampa; J. first to the girl judged as Miss i, ;. : ,MOORES. INC. .:,:\ > -- ,, ::: ,v ".'' On, Lake Okeechobee .'_: ? -.. "'
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Mrs, Ross Entertains Bridge Club will include racing and oth I'|I .. :. \\.. 2 ; .. : ;.:.: v-
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Mrs. Charles O. Ross entertainedthe will be' concluded by a l I ::t over the old fashioned Flat*Mk lenses of twenty years ago and more- ;:: .G) P-E N A'"bb.: .,, Y..E-; ...; ,
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Bridege Club Thursday concert by the Fort Myers j .
afternoon. The party in Everyone is 5t'I:!: ::
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visit relatives for the summer Reverend J. T. Coulette has I I

Four tables of bridge were played I appointed Methodist minister at I SPECIAL ACREAGESPECIAL ( /

-. Mrs. R. V. Hedges winning first Belle by the Methodist Conference ,
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prize, Mrs. Addicks, second prize and succeed Reverend Howell

Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Addicks here $25 per acre CASH i ,

presented with beautiful guest prizes. Tax Collector James L. Taylor I ... ,. . !
After the bridge games delicious tored to Clew' ) ton and, rmmo] all 10 acres on Moore Haven Road' J .. I -.
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were served, beautiful Land in this district sells for $1 75 ,'
Angel Food and Gold Cake, and to $200. I ANOTHER PROSPEROUS SUMMER ,

Oragne.Sherbert.. Mrs. r.Emory: Bauer is visiting per acre.
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Among the players were Miss Ed. Baltimore and other Northern -

na Dreyer, Mrs. Harry Fleming, Mrs this summer. SPECIAL"- 75 per acre CASH,

A.L.. Taylor] Mrs. Addicks, Mrs. 'R. I
V. Hedges, Mrs Rogers, Mrs. E.. E. Mrs. WIL. Howell visiting : I will be away until July 1, but all inquiries will be .promptly .

Edwards, Mrs.Joe. Ross, Mrs.. FrankDaughtery parents in Dade City handled by Mail -- .

Mrs. Alfred Meadows,
3Mrs. Grover Hill, Mrs. Weaver and The Ladies of the Methodist i v. ,
: Is assured for this section through the -actly-
Miss S
Nina Yoeinans. will give a motor supper next \ *j .

Mr. and day evening. Edison C. Speer ity of the Southern Sugar CompanY ;

Mrs. Cornette were visi :'1"..'' -
tors at the "Show Boat'1 in, Fort My Rev W. R. Howell left La BellMonda Cl U1islon' Pioneer Realtor "
ers Tuesday; evening. }" to attend the annual I.
ence of the Methodist church ,GLEE I 1S TON FLORIDA

Commissioner Stewart has opened ,venial In Miami
_.__ Homes
a new law office in his building on I' stores and apartments are needed to

L Bridge Street and we hope he Is very Fourteen car loads of ties are N'M N.+'II+N rI'MMNIrNI'I MMMM ........... ...... house
successful. ling loaded at the Seabord Station industrial workers, making Clewiston ,
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Commissioner--and-Mrs. Bill Hooker II I Fort honey Denaud are among and twenty the articles six cases I today the greatest field for oPPortunitYr in. \! P'In

of Clewistou were visitors in La 1!{ shipped from La Belle while five Z '
i YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS the entire South. '
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, Belle Thursday loads of cattle are expected this wee 'I

The County Commissioners met i in 1 to arrive here.
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.1':, in Brunswick I -GaIt cial Circuit Chancery., Hendry County, Floida.In I helped to make Clewiston a thriving city. i iI :,! .' .' .' ..:'

, T. Collins made a trip to Brunswick 2 For Detailed Information, write "

- last week. Mr. and Mrs. Collins ALVA r HARRBLL, Complainant.V's We are pioneers in the Barber Business.
r expect to move there in the near fu- ,
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RUTH HARTWRIGHT HARRELL .
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and Mrs Joeseph Daugherty and the defendant, Ruth HartwrigHarrell .
,I family spent Sunday at CrescoutBeach. You are hereby Clewiston Florida
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-- 1st. day of July, 1929, and then a .
Mrs. F. Watts Hall returned home there answer a Bill of l ',;-", '. :::. .;<..-::..-....
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Thursday filed against you by Alva L- .
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: PIONEER BARBER SHOP'i
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f". Federal authorities captured a weeks. i l SUGAR BOWL1 -
I:' large still of whiskey near Clewlston Dais and ordered this 30th day

1.- Saturday belonging to Fred Whidden. May 1 ))29. '
: It Is rumored that it contained five (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULLs | Clewiston Florida \ I ..

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:: Pi' GE EIGHT CLEWISTOK NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA
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BELLE GLADE POST4MERICAN i| only! does Dot d fscr'mill':.te against i I when the cro'has voracious I I
SUGAR i young f)r erich pound of sliced fruit, one good condition durIngthe hot Avcyitherr -
: SURFACING ; LEGION'j i j r:: many of these non-citrus hosts, hilt, to feed. Protective measure undertaken :: pound of granulated sugar and a I
-- seems to give them! preference. It is .
'fn May June or July will reduce
teacup full of water lloil the
L LAND HIGH 'A Y (Continued from page 1))' I I pointed: out at Orlando ic2adquarter5that these depredations: and water together, until It drops sugar best Uncooked peaches are by far the
i some of- the most important I in flavor and should be used
I ,. heavily from the spoon. Pour over
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the local membership committee and 'jumps of the quarantine boundaries TOTAL OF.TELEPHONES the fruit and let stand' until alone as often as possible. However,
IS COI PtETED I ,cold. It Is to cook] them also In
will be glad to get in touch with all recently have been due to infestations IN. USE RISES RAPIDLY I Drain off the liquid and boil down as necessary
to I: found In non-citrus hosts. order to conserve the surplus and to
ex-service men who are disable
before When the syrup l Is quite '"
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become members of the local post. I Tills Is held to emphasize the ne- The rate of increase in the I : monotony. % .d
; With the surfacing of the .Su.,ar- I num- thick: put in the fruit, boil. hard for : !
Buck who Is commander ceSHJty for carefully maintaining the The Peach season is not long t
W J. very
land Highway from Belle Glades to Dr. ber of telephones in use in the United I twenty minutes and seal at once.
the Hendry: County line completedthe of the Belle Glade Post has extended host free period; and that. part of States for the five-year period 1923- |1 Mango Sweet Pickle: Select small hence, it behooves all peach. lovers to
Dr. Wilmon Newell's recent appeal make the most of it while it is Iieie- .
invitation to all local legioniers
Wolf Construction Company will an 192.7incluslve, was nearly four times I ripe mangoes. Peel and place in a '
fourth of July celebration to the citizens of Florida, in whichhe The, recipes below will make .the
to attend the the increase In ,
move its equipment back to Jacksonville as great as popula- s one jar, covering with syrup made
4ft was learned yesterday. C. W. at Belle Glade. Considerable said: : tion. The Department Commerce. by boiling equal parts of sugar andvinegar peach season more enjoyable we

Smith local manager for the friendly rivalry exists between these "Not a guava, not a peach! not a has announced on the basis of data with sufficient whole cloves hope.

ny stated that the work had COmI1fi.1 1 posts and they are striving to get mulberry, not a surulm cherry, not collected of the quinquennial censusof i allspices, and, cinnamon to produce Peach CocktailA
department man in the Everglades into anyone of all the non-host fruits and electrical industries taken 1928. the
completed and as the State road every in j I desired flavor. When cold, drain
had not advertised for the some post of the American legion. vegetables must be left within the The total number of telephones in I re-heat the liquid and pour over the peach cocktail as an appetizerin

\ surfacing of the remaining stretch of The report of the treasurer was reach of the fly this summer, ifve use in the United States on December fruit. Repeat several times Ths last hot weather has few equals. Peel

: the road his company would; move accepted at the last meeting which are to obtain a maximum result front 31, 1927 was 18,622,707, an' in- I time put the fruit In honing syrup, and dice enough ripe peaches to make

their equipment back td Its home shows that the local post has its the eradication efforts during:: this crease' of 29.1 percent as comparedwith and when well heated put in wide two cupfuls. Sprinkle at once with r

base. It was learned that the three financial affairs in good condition.The period." 14,347,395 reported for 1922. I mouthed jars and seal at once. The juice of 1-2 lemon to prevent dis-

mile stretch from ,the Hendry: County entertainment committees report 'This rate of Increase is nearly four i continued draining off of' tho liquid coloration. Mix the peaches with 1

line into Clewiston was ready for I was interesting and the post will 'RULES'. FOR CERTIFYING times as large as the rate of in- I and reheating cooks the fruit with cup cantaloupe' or watermelon. ,cubes .
sponsor local dances every other CITIZENSHIP ISSUED in the out bi or balls (for the balls use a, small
the top base but would be delayedon crease population of the country caking it. ,
account of the State road department week.If. they prove successful a I during the'same period, which '' Mango Ice Cream: Use plain ice French vegetable cutter). Add 2. tablespoons ..

not having advertised for bids dance a week tluousu the summer I j j New regulations for putting into has, been .estimated! : at approximately cream custard made by any favorite, :> of sugar or fruit syrup and

for this class of work. There seemsto was recommended hl l the committee.The effect on July 1 the act of March 2, 11.5. percent. The' total number of : recipe as a basis. To each quart adtl serve in small glasses with 1 table-

be no reason why this delay should: boxing committee also made its I 1929,. to supplement the naturalization .' calls made in 1927 was 31,614,172,621, |j one pint of mango, pulp and. freeze. spoln of finely crushed ice In each &

be made by the road department as report: which: was accepted; by the laws of the United States haveof : representing ail increase of 2S.3 percent 1; Mango Sundae: Have the fruit well l glass. Garnish with one or two fresh

the Huffman construction Company local l post. The social activities of L bcr. i j over 24,647,560,860 made In j i I iccd. Cut in halves and remove the mint leaves.

has completed throwing up the grade. the Post during the summer were One of the most important features ,- J 1 192 ... The wire mileage aggregating'C3.S36.1S2 !seed. Fill the cavity with cream, and Frozen Peaches

The local representative of the Huffman planned and will be announced at of the new* law in the opinion in 1927.! j serve at once. '

construction company stated that a later 'elate. The adjutant Lawton I of officials of the Department of Labor 'r.. I Frozen leaches'are equally deli

his work on this stretch of road from Sims received membership cards j is the provision for the issuanceof *C HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Peaches to be at their best must cious as a dessert or served for company '

the Hendry County line into Clewis from the State !Adjutant and will be certificates of citizenship to perSons be perfectly ripened and without : refreshments Peel 12 large
peaches, cut In slices and' mash
:'. ton could be completed within four Issued i upon payment of local dues. who have derived their citizenship MANGOES blemish-for only ait this stage canthe '
I slightly. Add 2 cups water and 2 cupsof ::
w' or five weeks if the road department The program to be held on the through others, namely, children ,The number of ways in whichmangoes full deliciousness of their flavorbe
\ t> sugar and let stand 1 hour, stirring
would let the contract. It is hoped night of the local post will receiveits through the naturalization of their may be used i$ almost cud- appreciated. Aside from their deli
occasionally. Add 1 tablespoons
that the three mile stretch will be charter was turned over to the pereuts, women through the naturalization less, and not sutficienty appreciatedin cate and delicious flavor
lemon juice and pour into a large
completed before the rainy season entertainment committee to work of their husbands and stepchildren I Florida. The following brief yeti- have a dietetic value, being rich in i
mold or ice cream freezer can.Sur. -
sets in as the detour road will be out. 'through the marriage of the! I pes have been adapted from vnrious I mineral salt and vitamines, and havewater
round with equal parts of crackedice
almost impassable. mother to an American citizen. Here | sources, but nil have been tried in content that makes them cooling
and salt and let stand 4 to 5
tofore there has been no provIsionof 1 i Florida and found useful: I and refreshing. Fresh or stewed,
hours. Unmold, cut: down in slice
: Editor Manufacturer's Mediterranean FlyDiscovered law by which certificates of citizenship I Mango Jelly: For jelly making the they possess some laxative properties and serve with whipped cream. .

: InOther could be Iss ed TO p' rsonswho green fruit before it softens is pre t| which 'help .to keep the system in i
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become citizens through naturalization I feiied. Peel and slice the pulp from -

K ': Florida Climate Fruits of other, the law providing the seed. Cook until tender and -

only for the original under a natu I, stran. To each cup pf boiling: juice .

i (Continued from Page 1)) Orlando, Junel9,' Special Many ralization proceeding .add one cup of sugar and boll until Make The

'J rS:,."'. fruits other than citrus fruits, ..ireincreasingly For the first time in the historyof jolly is formed when juice is drapped c

,{ and .the 'joys of life increased .by pro'idingplace for the the country photographs as a from a spoon. ,, POINSETTIA i HOTEL

:: ;" following his example. operations of the Mediterraneanfruit means of identification will be required ,:\IangoIarmalade: Use ripe fruitt.i

j, What applies to that one city and I fly, according to the tabulationsat on naturalization papers. Peel and put in a pan with water 'I /

: these two home-builders applies with Orlando headquarters of the enough to half cover. The pulp may .! Your Home While InVest Palm Beach .

..'.\: equal force to every leading town in United States Department of Agriculture EXPERTS PROVE CROWIS or o may not be cupt from the seed

e.:, the State, and for that matter to Plant Quarantine and Control FARMERS' FRIEND (the later makes a smoother marmalade I I "II Pleases Us To Please You"

;: every resort community in the South. Administration, and the State PlantBoard. ). When tender rub: througha EARLE R. CRESSWELL, Manager .4

" Here is a real opportunity for doing What a crow eats or _does not ea (a i granite colander. Add a cup of I

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J the State and. while benefiting the infested properties now is being list in any inquiry into Its economic stat. thirty minutes: Seal at once. :,.'
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benefit every man and woman say United States Depaift( 'Mango Preserves: Select fruit

, .> who thus establishes a permanent The bulk of these continue to be vent of Agriculture.Examination shoving color. Peel, and cut in sec-
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4>J, winter home in Florida. found inside what may: be called the by the Biological Survey ,- tions. In making the s'ruP.allow, I I ..-...---

: If Florida and other Southern previously ascertained area of infes- of the stomachs of 2.000 crows, I
( States would taton. It is the occasional exception killed in 40 .
r' concentrate Inducing states, the District of .
tens of thousands of upon l lxy people which here and ther e appears out- Columbia and severar Canadian prov //11I !''J fin) fi! 8 m fH a 11 QUALITY MERCHANDISE (

!t. in the North and West to b uild win. side that area, and has resulted from laces, Indicates that about 28 percent -

:: ter homes in this !section, advertised time to time in enlarging the red I of the yearly food of t1adult? I -High-'grade-shoes andMens .
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spiders
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='.' i of America who have already map. I of reptiles, amphibians, wild t pageant HUDSON THE CLOTHiER

V::. built, there, it would result within Each day's discoveries are carefully I birds and their eggs, poultry and I II I '"

f a few years In such a Southward I listed and charted.. is study of I their eggs, small mammals and car governor's day .

,.tS,:.' '. movement as to surpass all past rec- of this daily list which establishes I rion. !;, ,Hopkins Block .. "0IIZP'

: ordsHere I is Florida's and the how the fruit fly Is turning its attention More than two-thirds of the animal fourth of July

!hl.: South's greatest undeveloped asset- from citrus fruits to other things. food, or ahout"a fifth of the frolic :!: _

r,:.. except paitially-awaitiug the magic For instance, the list of newly infested whole diet of ti*j crow, is composedof I .

V: wand of energetic broad-gauged ac- properties of June 12th numbers insects, including many of the .1 elks' summer ..... "" ---- ....... -maa: :: :

Qv';;;'" tivity. ten items.. Four of this day's most destructive farm pests. Beetlesof
i i carnival .
: Items show the infestations to have various kinds are eaten, some I \ ae .
F I; CLEWISTON been found In II I '
WINS peaches. Recently beneficial, 'som neutral, but a major
'. FROM OKEECHOBEE these same lists have shown a large portion injurious. The grasshopper- !I II \\ 'WALLACE

percentage of infestation in such locuts-cricket is eaten. DIUIlY .
group freely :
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>: (Continued from page 1)) things as peaches, Surinam cherries, Only about a third of 1 percent of. 3 j' .....r:_.. 'I' /1: .
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'.: maypops, sapotas and 4 I II :":' ,,; :.' .
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.;, Alston batting for Beardsley in the. It becomes evident therefore thatthe 1.5 percent of that of nestlings is $ .: j
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;':: eighth hit a triple into righ field and fly is not dependent upon the derived from wild birds and their 6 ::::'.', N\ .-
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, Crouch. The local team will play which have been found infested since frequently of this type of Injury Depredations .. big reasons why I

Browns Farm a double header the work of eradication began in on poultry are: governed should attend ;
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;. Sunday Clewiston has won a ma- I Florida.On. the costrary, the fly not largely by local conditions, especially' I the first annual i I 1 8 //i; ::
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I,":. ,ii, .rlt.' .' "VI."p ll 10 feints piayeu so tar this '. --- ; ? \/TOWLk. ,

l r season having won four and lost .....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,. west palm beach .j .: .'. I .

l c r three.Okeechobee The box score is as follows: ='. r ..;. i imardii :1 1 ;/( < : ."\F: : "

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B'dley, iff .........' .'...... 4 0 0 9 0 ; gras; : ,
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Underhill, lb, ,..2......... ::; 0 0 ,!J 3 : : WE ARE PLEASED !i i ;: Representatives of the above famous lines
TO ANNOUNCE -
Pitts 3b ......... owerfetivaI I
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;; Bowden. 2b, ........ ........- 3 0 0 :S S ..'= THAT OUR BUYER :: I Fine Watch and Jewelry Repair Work. All work guaranteed.

It'erson" cf, ..............;;:. 3 0 0 1 ':'"

.. Jones, rf. .....................?*. :3; 0 0 0 o't.' ;
treat the L. C. MARTIN ',
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family the tun Jeweler
'. Cotton ss, ..........:......::..:. :; 0 0 1 I) ;: MR. M. VICTOR BLATE '!; at west palm beach this year t.,
211 Clematis St.
Thomas, c:1: 0 0 0 :: ..;. -see governor carlton select West Palm Beach. Fla. \

[, Wood' P, ........................ 3 0 0 0 6 l.: ;:" "ml florida" In the great
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WILL LEAVE '
FOR NEW YORK
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:. Totals 03 0 0 24 11 clay week-end here's the or program choose your: .:...:..:...:..:.':..H'.:..:..:..10.-. : :..:'.:..:..:..:..:.':'.:.':..:..:..:..:..:..: .:..:..:..: .:.oJ--.: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...

Clewiston ab THIS WEEK ; .:.
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Sims, cf, ........................ 4 0 23" 0 ;. July 3-dance elka] mardl fun for eras everyone and- ,

Refer/ ibClialker ........................ 2 0 0 S 0 .; ':.:.: \ OFFICE SUPPLIES .;j; .., :!:

.' lf, .................... 4 '0 0 2 .... WE WILL SHOW THE VERY LA- I: July 4 old-fashioned wonderful festivities, .;. From Pins lo Safes y o.f..(" .. ',.' .n'' I. ...:.. .
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Dalton, c, ................ fireworks parades :: I
........ 3 0 0 6 : speaking picnics. : '. >.: 0:;: ..

"t Shoesmith, ss, ...........,..." 4 0 1 1 4 TEST BROADWAY STYLES IN :. races baseball greased games pIg.boat :: OFFICE FURNITURE :!:

Beardsley, 3b, ................ 2 O. 0 u 3 1 greased pole danced
:x..o.\.lston ........................... 1 1 I 0 0 't. LADIES READY TO WEAR AND :: and elks mardi .Bras ::;:: Steel: and Wood :: (,
M. ; Jol"govcrnor's ,' .
Crouch, rt, .... 1 day beauty -
? ?.? .4. 0 0 1 .0 pageant and selection
J. Crouch, 2b. ......".. '- 4 1 1 3 0 MEN'S CLOTHES WITHIN THE :j: national of miss ilorida contest to flower 170 to 1 J. BOOKS and STATIONERY -

\\'JJson.1 p. ................ ..... .'4 1 2 :: :: festival races parachute ::: Business and Social .:
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: NEXT FEW WEEKS. : Jump, baseball, .:. ., ;1 ..
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Totals contests. grand ,
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32 3 727 9 :- coronation ball elks ::: GREETING CARDS :' f ; ', ::
Okeechobee ...:..... ....... 000 000 000-0 mardi grns. .4... .i.

CIwi3ton ..................:.,. 000 010 llx-3 WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION I lull| 6-"baby day." kiddles' parade :: For All Occassions ? +

Errors, Underliill, Pitts, Bowden, .; .i: test, ball old games fiddlers', races con ::: 'j :I" :::

Wood batted in Shoesmith J. Crouch: runs : phantasmagoria and mardi gras.spend ,. dances BRIDGE and GIFT SHOP .' :', .,<,:..: ::
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Chalker, M Crouch: :: :;: Something Here ( Pleas .: ;. '
three-base hit, Alston :. o You : :!:
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Sims by Wilson, Balton G,, J.by Crouch Wood ; struck. out .;! Bl ate B '::' west palm bench : '
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on railroad excursion fares and : "
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Okeechobee 1, Clewiston 1; left 8;on sacrifices bases, :: :.: reduced hotel ratesHBHflBHHHBH HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC., _

Refer, Beardsley; Impires( Morgan ..-. ':. 313-15-17 Datura St. .:. 1

and Larue; time of'.game 1:30. :: ... 't West Palm Beach :::
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