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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I a BURGHS IS r Cupid'. .', Bags Three I To Help State Chamber I I Article On Sugar I PATTERSON ASKS 1 I

Local BachelorsCupid Written For News


PLEASED WITH did'a rush business In Clew- i iI Rf Interesting facts on the sugar in- I NEW MAIL ROUTE 1

: : iston last week when three local iI I dustry in -the United States* will be I

I bachelors nose-dived Into the matrimonial ,published exclusively in the Clew.
SUGAR PROGRESS sea .' I I II II II II II Ii iston News r.sxt wek through the FIR

. John Chenet, chemist! for the Southern I U yS f I II courtesy ol1 Jules M. Bt -guierse. vice I CIEWISTONr,

r Sugar company headed the 4 t, president of the Southern Sugar r
followed 'Saturday company who is author of the article r
list Friday night to be Pc!;tmaster Would Have ,
Executive Vice President by W. H Duvall, ticket agentat "Sugar and Ships" is the title of

Declares Outlook never the' Clewiston station of the At- the article in which Mr! Burguieres I Morning Mail Service ,

'.;." Better Inspection lantic Coast Line and Jimmie Shoe- brings: out valuable information on To and From Cities On :i
Following
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the sugar industry, compiled in an
smith of the Clewiston company. East Coast.. ;I
Tour of Com Interesting manner
Twe of the three brides were out
"of town girls the third being Miss Mr Burguieres was identified .I
Property.
- pany Plans for the estabishment of a
'Clewiston with the sugar industry in Louisiana a
Moore, stenographer at the f
Strr route so that mall would leave
for several before I
years accept-
? "I have just made an examinationof Building Matrial company_
Clewis
tOll about eight o'clock
ing the post of executive vies president I every
the Clewiston and Canal Point operations I
the
morning passing around southern
dy of the Boulhern Sugar: company I
of the Southern Sugar company ( r ; rim of Lake Okeechoee to Canal Point a
I NEW RESEARCH I and is well qualified to write of
and they have never appeared
Palm announced
the sugar situation in America II i and West Reach were
:.better than 'now- '' I I I rtkSZ s \ this week by R. Patterson. Clew
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'.;, ... This was: the statement issued at i LABORATORY IS i I II ,I iston, postmaster who said that a letter i l

"..; Clewiston by Jules M Burguieres, I recommending the inauguration of

':: 'executive' vice president, the, Southern I STARTED HERE! I I MERCHANTS WILL such a service has been forwarded to I;
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Sugar following a '
: company -
the second assistant postmaster general j

Please turn to page 6 I t- I DiSCUSS PI.ANSFOR at Washington. The local man also 'li'

. I Ij asked that the route leaving West
$15,000 Building To Be
i j TONI Palm Beach at six o'clock every morn-
SBETHEA CELEBRA !
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HELD Pushed Fnr Research j I ''fug be extended. Clewiston

y StaffWork Ii Mr. Patterson's letter to the sec'y'

: FOLLOWING DEATH 4-A I It I: Labor Day Plans To, Be I (Please turn to page 6)) ( '

was 'started this week on theconstruction ,, .- 4A II ,
6' Discussed I
By League
I of a building on Villa
;, : .OF LOCAL NEGRO CLEWISTON POST.
-I-II I street, to house the research laboratory Next Tuesday
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of the Southern Sugar company i

... ,i It was announced here yesterday: by Because of the date for the install- : LEGION OFFICERS : I
j '.: Operator Is \
Captain V Deane Duff general manager ation of officers in the Clewiston Posti J
B.G.. Dahlberg, president of the Southern Sugar .company and the Celotex
; :? :.,' / Jailed Pending of the Clewiston company under i i of the American legion conflicting
company, :vho.as', aninternationally known successful business man, was ARE INSTALLED
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.. : : whose supervision the building is being :' with the proposed date for the meeting :
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: :,. i: ', Hearing named as a director of, the Florida State Chamber of .Commerce at a recent
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erected. of the Clewiston Better Business ,
...;I j meeting of the executives of that organization held In St Petersburg. The' ---- I
The structure will be a single League the regular monthly meeting
new -
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:, -,' Tom' Bethea, operator of a local sugar baron will be asked to give I Belle Glade Veterans ;t
i story ,building 57 1-2 .b:>' 31 feet and experience 10f the Clewiston merchants will beheld
'': : sawmUl l was remanded to the: Hendry In guiding their activities.NATIONAL I
: .,'.' ,<. county jail in La Belle by Justice ofPeace will, be similar in design, to the administration .- ,-- ------ :... --------- --- I IPROTECTlVE'TAkIFF next Tuesday night at the Watanabe \ Officiate At Cere- ,
; :' '. and'n offices of the Southern >' hotel, it was announced yesterday
;) Gus McGJiee coroners monies HereWith
I Sugar company near which it is be- N EDED FOR "I by Cecil V Parkinson, president. I
/t jU1'fj Non the .charge of killing Will I .
stru teu. Discussion of plans for "a gala La-
L. hig.oj
'!.:..:,':..,. ;... "..'Monroe. negro early :Monday morning.. appropriate ceremonies in
'Construction will be .of hollow tile bor Day celebration in Clewiston will .
":/<., ., ;' :., Bethea will be given ,a preliminary ; CONTINUED AMERICAN PROSPERITY I charge of the Belle Glade post and R.J. I
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.'."., : I and stucco with the interior :of Celo- !f be one' of the main topics to be
'::1 : Please turn to page. 6V,1 ; Fairbanks assistant in charge of the
t tex and the same 'material also used I l brought before the body and although I
(/ ; southeastern division of the American ,
: :, for roof insulation. AGWCULTURSTSSTATEDaniel i no definite action has been take it.
.. I ..v* Legion, officer of the Clewiston Post
\r-, ; -. Seminole, Farms T o There will be four offices in addi-! (Please turn to page 6)) i
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No !03> American Legion were inaugurated : -
;? ,'... Have Big Poultry (Please turn to page 5)) .
:! .. k at a dinner meeting in the Clew-

', ?;\ ,: '- : Farm. On Property .. G Goodman Clarifies Murky, Atmosphere THREE KNOCKOUTS{ iston Inn.

SOUTHERN SUGARWORK Surrounding Tariff Situation; I An unusually' large number of local

,: ad-ditIon I veterans were present, and following
: to vegetable farming, :.
= .. I ._ '. ,.Findings AeEndorseBY National .. FEATURE FlGH S tlie-dinner.Dr, _W. Jt Buck, commander ,-
). ,;,;:;'.'''':.If.,:. ....: Seminole. Farm" ..r Ylll/also. ,engage, in'poultry'raising IS PRAISED .' l.. ":":I" :" !
OrganizationHerein.1 } of tln8'Belle Glade of the le-
'. : on a large scale, it Agricultural : .r [i .. post .
announced this week John ---- '''gion presided, the installation ''i
.. was bp. --- IN LOCAL ARENA I
Howry l local manager ho speiit sev'l BY C. T. TOPPING the murky .osphere of ] A .Bnrrctt; for the National Farmers of officers

0, eral days on the lower wesUcoast: :i iI half tilths 'ssued by certain intereststo I|I '" .ion, Ernp-t; A Burguieres, ,presi- I Ii I ; I I I Captain F. Dean"..Duff Is commander Ii.

in other sections of the state studying i I I I cloud the tariff' situation, Daniel i I 'dent of the Domestic Sugar Producers W. D. Cole, vice commander, G '

.I. poultry farm'methods] I Inventor' Work HereIs Goodman cf the Southern Sugar com": j Association, A. \I. Loomis, secretary: Barwick:, Kirby and Hes- i I Lawton Sims, adjutant. Carl Bernefsergeantatarms j

Before the middle of the winter Mr. says pang in a logical analysis of the pro- I, of the National Dairy Union,' CB ser Victorious In I,I and Dick C Miller I I II

Mowry said, it i is! expected that there I, Boon To Entire tective tariff brings the matter clearly D nman .for the Co-opsrative Livestock Clewiston Bouts I chaplain' i I'

"') will be at least 5,000 chickens on the State Of FloridaC to the front. The' article' which is Association, C., E Durst for the These are the same officers who
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.. :. increased I issued, on bel agricultural National Horcticultural' Counsel served in the Clewiston Veteran'sclub
I, .: .; '.. farm and the stock will be steadily : and Clewiston fight fans were treated
, ; ... '. until it is one of the biggest T. Topping of Cleveland, inven- arganizations! cle l'ly.shows the C. 0 Moser. for the Co-operative .Cot in the ex-service men's organization .
... to one of the fastest fight cards I
.. ; I necessity of a protective tariff fo rthe ton Association. in Clewiston before the organization
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: poultry farms in this section
: .:/, .. tor and manufacturer of the Topping I I local l history here Wednesday night
' \: ',' >, ;:. "'Ve'.haye been.studying the situa Ditching machine belives that the activities 'continued prosperity" of the: country The article reads as follows: when three bouts were ended by the of the American Legion post :

;:': : .;;-, .- ,:: tion" Mr. Mowry: said "and I am of the Southern, Sugar company Among those ;endorsing Mr. Good' Present: criticism of a proposed tariff knockout( route. a fourth by a technical Post colors have been received and t tin

: convinced that this is wonderful jll n's analysis are Fred Brenckman, on agricultural 1 the future the local, veterans will :
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{. .4fi (! country' in the northern Everglades is the products a direct knockout and the fifth by a deer ,1
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'' .... The resorts Washington representative of the attack the (Please turn to page 5))
'I ,.: : for poultry farming. I'I'I biggest individual project in Florida, on American Protective sion after eight rounds of action ;
I: :, L :'.' on the east 'coast constitute a wonderful according to a statement made by him National Grange, Chester H. Gray, Tariff System It is an attack hiding In' the main bout Skeeter Barrwick !. I

j, ': .' ': excellent .I Washington representative of. the Am- behind the. cloak
: ',1: market and with the here yesterday. of an appeal to the i 1160 pousd boy from Clewiston knocked Royal Palm Avenue

;.:; ".4; ,. ." roads the transportation problem is "The citrus industry of the state of erican Farm Bureau federation, Chas. Please: turn to page 6 t out Spike Kelly 15S pounds of.. Lakeland I Will Get Parkways i

: ... eliminated:/' course Is larger" said Mr Topping II in the third round .

; \-t- :.. ....- Work at Seminole farms three miles "but the Southern Sugar company is I semi-final rounds I For Beautification :
The went eight
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i ..,. : $28,000 REVENUE 'ENNIS TOURNEYWILL I ,
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; ; ', Ieast of Clewiston is going forward I (Please turn to Page 6) I 'when James Kirby 145 pounder of :
.'::. ; being Storm drain pipes have been delivered -
!f'l::; : : rapidly, the attention now centered .. Wauchula was given a decision overClewiston's 'I
.. ..' : on, the construction of posts for 'FOR- FISCAL YEAR OPEN HERE 147 and will be installed on Royal: I II
... Assistant To Smith Joe Cato pounds i
.. Palm Avenue to Del
: ..:. the overhead irrigation pipes Ditches from the nursery
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is (Please turn to page
I'/.. .? ." have been dug, the land cleared and, Named In ClewistonS I Monte avenue, it was announced here .
EXPECTED 'BY HULLTom i I
ON
.- NEXT
SUNDAY
I : : pumps and other equipment for the yesterday by, Captain F Deane Duff t

: .. .:s. overhead system have been ordered .C. Ramsay forerly connected I I First. Local ArtExhibit general manager of the Clewiston !i

I -:. r 'an'd are expected to arrive in the near with the accounting department of company who simultaneously an- i
: Hull circuit cleric for Hendry Plans for a tennis tournament to be Planned '
, '. 1 future. The irrigation system will be the Cuban Dominican Sugar company nounced plans for the beautification .
.' county expects approximately ?28- held on the recently remodelled courts
,, of the oscillating type, the spray be- of Cuba arrived in Clewiston to I of the avenue _
592 89 in the respective county funds I back of the Clewiston Inn were an- Clewiston's first art exhibit will With the completion of the installation i
ing throw 25 feet on either side of accept the position of assistant to
dining this fiscal year from sources nounced
the pipe A. .W Smith office manager of the yesterday by Herbert Blate be held next week when the collec- p of the storm drains, the avenue ;
I other than taxes to be levied, accord- who said that first
sets in the
"We are pushing, steadily forward Southern Sugar company.Mr. tournament tion of charcoal sketches drawn by i will be widened and beautified in the
ing to a statement presented to the will be I
with our plan"* the local manager said Ramsay who has several yearsof played Sunday. The George Heinz will be exhibited in parkway plan. There will be a drive
i I I board of county commissioners. tournament will
1& be confined to men's
I "and we expect to be able. to show experience in accounting work In Blate's Store on Francisco street, I way on either side of the center of
The estimate of expected revenue singles with i
i I visitors to this section, the true possibilities the sugar industry, will make his women's singles'to be Mr Heinz who is connected with the street which will be beautified
is based on returns from fines collected played later in -
I ;; of northern Everglades farmIng home temporarily at the ClewistonInn the summer. the Clewiston Building Material with palms and shrubs similar to the
.S tax redemption and monies from As a result of the expenditure of i
) ,: ': when tackled scientifically until his family arrives approximately company does art work as a hobby work done on Central avenue from
, the Governor's new plan of distribution -
$200, shared by the Clew.
and his sketches include. some remarkable Sugarland highway to the railroad de-

;If r. CANE CREW RALLY TO VICTORY AFTER I of(funds Please among turn to the page counties 6)) -pf* (Please turn to page 5) work. Vot. }, ,



!, : : DEFEAT IN FIRST OF DOUBLE HEADER I Property Valuation Celotex, Lath sonly !, F. DEANE DUFF APPOINTED TO FLOOD ;


',: t.... I Reductions Passed Real Base CONTROL BOARD SEES BRIGHT FUTURE :

4 Cilewiston's Cane crew in a double ing afters Sims wag thrown out at |I By County Solons Says ContractorUse .

header at Canal Point Sunday struggled third by Silsby'on O'Connel's hit The ,-- ., '
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through the first half of the lattert took second and tallied whenCothern Tax valuation reductions totalling of Celotex lath Instead of wood Praise for the manner in which of the flood control and drainage I
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r twin bill without a hit, losing by a droped Hawk's. long fly. $1,670 were approved by the Hendry lath makes plaster go at least one Governor Doyle E Carlton has han- boards I

" .4., .' .:' score of 1 to 0, but gathered team Guise was yin perfect form, however, county board of county commissioners third 1 farther according to J R.Hud. dled the Everglades situation was ex- "Special, credit is also due representatives ; I

'. :'J .'. for the second half and beat the Can- I and the Cane crew never had a chance meeting as an equalization -borad on son, plasterer who was awarded the pressed here yesterday by Captain F. .Sharp. and Oliver of Palm i iI

t,! ": al Pointers 84. Gator Crouch and LeftY The slim left hander, fanned nine. did the 1929 tax roll submitted by Tax As- contract for the plactering of the tel- Deane Duff ,general manager of the Beach county;Tomasello of Okccho- 1

: '' Baker split honors for high batting no allow even' the semblance of a hit sessor Kurd 'L. Reeves. phone exchange building on Bond Clewistou company and president ot I I bee county Cravely of Hendry county !

r' ..!.:,;.:y- : average for the cane crew, each av and gave up but one base on balls to Those on whose property the as street. This is one of the first buildings file board of supervisiora of the Sug Peoples of Glades, and the representatives I .
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:' 1 eragng 500. Bolton In the second, the only man to sessed valuation was reduced are as in Clewiston oji which Celotex arland Drainage district who was ,from Brevard, Dade and collier t t
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j:,;:" './,,," '>. Lefty Guise's no hit no run pitchIng '- reach first during the seven Innings, follows: lath was used as"a plaster base and pointed to the Florida Flood RP'I"'counties; also Senators Wagg of Palm I ''I

.i' .,j was a feature of the meet as was The second game was a weird affair D G, McCormick, La Belle, $700 to IMr Hudson said'that the result would board. Beach and Watson of Miami and Ma' ;

'.: ; the hitting of O'Connell who collected of hard hits and erros Jack Baker, $40011"; H, Davis, La Belle, $600 to more than justify its use. "Governor Carlton" said Captain lone of Key: West for their untiring )?

1 "11 .-., .Lc\ four out of seven Chalker drove In southpaw recently acquired by Clew- $400; M.: II. Davis, La Belle. $800 to Economy of time and material would : Duff "has fulfilled his promises with i iI effort In securing enactment of the I

. '.. e.. four runs with two singles and Baker iston started on the mound an was $500; Mrs Adelaide Christie La be reaso nenough for the use of the I I reference to floo dcontrol and Governor's plan which was the man :'

" batted two doubles scoring three runs opposed by Ortuna, a newcomer from Belle, $600 to $tOO; II. H Haynes, La Celotox product and with the additional glades drainage matters In Ever-I date of the people in the Everglades (
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; to .help win In the second. West Palm Beach, Two infield errors Belle, $800 to $600; II." II Haynes, Insulation properties it Is real first secured the enactment of area,,' I

Pete Wilson staged a pretty pitch- and a slashing single to right by, O'- La Belle, $900 to $750; Weisman and ly the only plaster base worth considering lature authorizing local participation | Concerning the possibilities of fed I.

; er's battle with Guise i'n the opener Connell put Canal Point two runs to Cohn, La Delhi, $300 to .?150; May This is my first attempt withIt in the management of Everglades matters j::eral assistance !in flood control in the }

I i alliwing but five hits and no walks. the good in the first Inning and furI Cohn,' La Bell 1e, $300 to $160; E. L. but I iaten-1 to Insist on Us use and second ho has promptly appointed -. Everglades Captain: Duff was optimis-
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:I tre only coming In the first inn- I (Please '.;. I members (Please turn to Page 6)
score turn to page 5)) <- Stallings, La Belle, $80 to $60_ whenever I get the chance local landowners as
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The Clewiston News ,:.. LEGAL NOTICE' I PROTECT YOUR l'I
The Board of County 'Commissioners of Hendry County, Florida, under and r .
to The Clewiston Procress HUDSONBeginning
Successor '
by virtue of Chapter 7810 of the laws of Florida, Acts of 1919 and all other I EYES
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laws of the State of Florida pertaining thereto, prepared the following estimate ,( Monday August 12 we
They valuable
Entered as second.class} matter February=! 8, 1928, at the post office of the necessary and ordinary expenses of all special and extraordinary are. starting a suit club featuring Hart,I are your most .

at Clewiston Fla., under the Act pi March 3, 1879. expenditures of the several funds as well as the expenses necessary: and I Schaffner &.. Marx Clothing !'| possessions. '
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dinary of the Special Road & Bridge Districts of Hendry County, 01'-1

LOUIS A, MORGAN ......... ...........................:.....................: Publisher contemplated: for the .fiscal year' commencing October 1st, 1929 and Call and we will 1 explain thoroughly.*,I MOORE'S. Inc. 3
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September 30th, 1930, viz: I Optometrists Opticians

TOM SMITH ..,..........................................:..................:............ Editor 1929 vnluations-$2fi5q.496.00' .. THE CLOTHIER' INC.ANNOUNCEMENT I West Palm Beach, Fla. _,.'.
GENERAL REVENUE FUND r', : Dr Buck's office Belle Glade Mondays -

Subscription Rates Salary of Clerk .. ; 1800.00 I : Lake View Hospital Clewiston
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Salary of Supervisor of Registration. 360.00 Tuesdays. .'
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13y mall outSide or.Florida By mail 1 In Florida Salary of Attorney _: .* 300.00 -

One year $2.50 One year $2.00 Salary of Janitor "'.' .' 960.00
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SiX months 1.50 Six months It 1.00 Mileage of Commissioners ,; 200.00 D

Three months 1.26 Three months .76 Salary of County Commissioners *,, ( 3,000.00( ) tLtL' LADY '.1|

Commissions of Tax Conector. 2,100.00 .

NEWS' PLATFORM Commissions of Tax Assessor : 2100.00 \ itIIfliifTEL.8121 ATTENDANT :

1. Definite control o( Lake Okeechobee with water transportation Paupers .s,. incidentals and contingencies s '6,900.00

2. ,Early completion of the highways for local transportation and I '.. ..... 413 Hibiscus Street .

of products. i .. $17,720.00
concentration '. ROAD & BRIDGE FUND :'1'1 i .
of freight rates on vegetables and West Palm Beach
1. A substantial downward reTlslon '."
Labor :. i
Free : \, .:_ ..$ ijoo.oq
northern maets.
other{ 4.products The ftitl of' functioning this region of to a the cooperative marketing association for Tools. ., & Machinery \... .' ": '. /EiOO.OO V:..-:..-:.-.:.-.:.,:-:..:..:-:..:-:-:;-:-:-:-: :-:.-:.--:.-...:-:-:......:..-.:-:......: :-:-:-:..:-:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-: :-:--:-:..:...:
Gas & OilRepairs a
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both buying and selling purposes. '." '
r..' ;, ., 1.200.00. ::: The Oldest Established Jewelry Store in West Palm Beach :::
Cost of Material .' 750.00 t

FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1929 ;, \,
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IMPROVED MAIL SERVICE FINE & FORFEITURE..FUNDSheriff's _:. Jeweler 4x
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cost bills ':, : r.500.00 :: Phone 2. 1314 '. .:.
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Salary of '
Attorney (partial) .. GOO.OO : s
A move which has met with the whole hearted approval of 1 Clewistonites. Prosecutng Attorney's fees .- 200.00Co ...:.- Watch and. Jewelry Repairing 211, Clematis Street, West Palm Beach )-s.:'

R.Y.. Patterson local postmaster to Washington Judges cost bills :
is the suggestion made by; 1O IJ.00 ::
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Clerk's cost bills Repair Work Guaranteed.
o'clock in 15000 =
establishing leaving Clewiston about eight
for the of a star route '. T
.. Witness & Jury fees 1650.00 :
for West Palm Beach, and the extension of the present star : ., t X
the morning .. "'.i.' .... '> t ::!::::::..:..:--:..:..:..:-..:--:..:.-:..: :..:-:-:..:..:-:...:.-:..:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: : : :-:-:-: :-:-:-:-:-:-.:-:".:.
route leaving Palm Beach at six a m. to include Clewiston ..f.'i.. :.:5 J 100.00. -

That the postmaster's suggestion would meet with the approval of the ...l. AGRICULTURE" FUND I .
Agricultural promotion" \ .1,250.00 I Make The

people of the community: is natural. PUBLICITY FUND. '. ; ,
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No longer is Clewiston small Everglades town but a bustling community County Publicity : ,:;Oo.OO ,
COUNTY MAINTENANCE FUND'J POINSETTIA I HOTEL
and the volume of mall leaving the local post office clearly reflects our I highways .. .
Maintaining, :. > : : 8,500.00FUND
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growth.The post office department Washington is to be commended for its in- Interest HIGHWAY on $419,000.00 BOND, INTEREST C .. '. .&,.SINKING' ." 25,140.00)30nds I Your Home While In West Palm Beach '

maturing '. S.nn0.(\0 "/ Pleases Us
terest in this section for Mr Patterson's suggestion was made In answer to I / To Please You
Sinking Fund : '
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an inquiry from the second assistant postmaster general ,who is anxious to. ,, ; I i EARLE R- CRESS WELL, Manager

Know., what steps are needed for the improvement of the local"mail service. ;. '. ., $3H O -. COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY
COURTHOUSE: BOND, INTEREST & SINKING FUND A
Not only would Clewiston benefit by the establishing of the Star route Interest on $143,000.00 '' $8,580.00 ,

leaving Clewiston daily at Sa.m. but similar advantages would be notice- Bonds maturing .'",;', \ l 5,000.00

Sinking Fund .t:. 'i ." -
able in South. Bay Belle Glade. Pahokee, Canal Point, Loxahatchee, and the 5000.00 "

speeding of this service would also matrially help the residents' of West f: c : ;:)"
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1 ; ..18,580.00SPECIAL
Palm .Beach and other cities of the east I coast. ROAD & BRIDGEn, ': s. iT. 2,.1 &' S'FUND 1it $; e' ,
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As to the feasibility of the plan the.new well paved highway from Clew- Bonds" and Time warrants maturing._.... ,. i 1.\o/ ', :: .. 10,003.40Interest i
0:', on bonds and time warrants. ," I, ..;:ftt! 5,892.91Tax '
iston to West Palm Beach makes the suggestion practical, and the News Collector's commissions '.;l .'--':::":"\ f-_ :,. 317.90 OLDFIELD
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feels that In view of the interest in the postmaster general's office in bet > ,J' '' ::7- IG.2H.21' .
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tering service in this section Mr Patterson's suggestion will be acknowledged "
SPECIAL ROAD & BRIDGE. ,DIST. 3;.1I.:&. FUND: I
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1 with speedy action. :' : Bond maturing ." :A"P<';'.'-." ,". -.,.:.' .. -.p ".:.1 405.00:
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.. I'.1. Interest on, bonds %***:,' /- ":' '_1"' 388.80
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The refueling flight record set by the "St. Louis Robin' will put an end I hereby certify that the above anal foregoing is a true, copy of the esti- $ "./..U"'n....,.,.po n' j :
]mate of all expenditures for the fiscal
to such feats This fact will not in any way minimize the honor that is year beginning October 1st,1929 and -
:r I ending September 30th, 1930, made'by' the ,Board of County Commissioners 120>n
due Jackson and Obrine. Their many days in the air will prove' the .strengthof I of Hendry County, Florida,.at its regular meeting held on August 3rd, 1929. 2 Production efficieuiutvrully :k;' .. 'I.
aJrmncd y' ::
4 f nis f a<<101'
men and motors to go on to a point where there seems no end. After all (Seal I ) William T. Hull 3 R... .. .Ire.do&! t Y l ,'bF 4 tDcGkr'15enju.J ., t '" !,. 1
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that time in the air the flight even loses some of the spectacular becauseof iCiicuit Court. Mf for .,
The Cqunty Commissioners put the public on notice that this budget is <>Q \ ( : ',

the sheer monotony and tested endurance. only tentative and subject to revision after Supreme Court decision in pending I Slticilfdnn tI'UtI CJ(tI,. ." -: .

There is sure to be tried a non-stop flight around the! world, and it is Tax Law litigation.

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J Just as sure .to be successful. The big wonders of aviation are without end.

Air trasportation has opended a vast field for the daring and for their skill UNITED LINES TRANSFER CO. Tough"" Stue-dy..,Sqfe.v Saving ,; "

and endurance. Likewise,' it has been made practical for commerce, and 809 S. Poinsettia St. New ,Firestone Old- quality Is equal to other "first

that is the great proof of its success. :i s West Palm Beach phone 20763 : "THE Tire is one of the lines"by actual test..Finer cot f'

t many achievements directly ton means a strongcrand better) '
About ten days would be required for a round-the-world no-slop flight at ; .,. -. ..... traceable to the Firestone Supremacy carcass. More rubber between ', ...

the equator at 100 miles an hour. But the trip could be made. in a much Daily Freight delivery to Canal Point, Pahokee, Belle :Glade South :. in the tire field. the plies gives better protection :;.'
;j Bay and Clewiston. the cords, longer life and ',
shorter period of time, because we do not think of "around the world" in ... Consider the many ad'anto
". ;" : : of the New Firestone Old- greater flexibility. ,
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terms of equatorial travel. Then when there is devised an automatic re- ; ....." .....,.- ,'\\. ,.-'\1'f-t. .! connection with Miami Line .' .' < > .',..?\,' .,l field. These tires are not "sec Come in today and examine '1 '::'. .

feeler, the planes can take on gas, oil. food, clean linen and the daily paper : .::t end.line tires." 'Their high these.CLE'NISTON .-- '

without bothering' anybody else.
t. MOTOR CO.
Already: the day of "stunt" flying is about over. Now also will pass en- .
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durance flights for endurance sake. The world is ready to accept aviation .-..:=- ...-

as a practical necessity. Hereafter, there will be reasons for long flights t 1 ti A.stf t

other than tests of, men and motor. Hereafter, those who fly will want to

go some place and get there for some purpose This is why the greatesttime n 1 ..

in the history of flying: has arrived, and. why every. community' .. and b :4j4..
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every citizen should bo prepared for the adjustment in transportation' requirements y r

that! is upon us. I ; I i IL I- + ,

People will not only .become more air-minded they il1'develop the air- i :::=-4 r _

passenger mind. The aviators have had their fun, their glory and their J I I d '

tragedy. Now it Is the day of the passenger. Millions of people are ready .*J& N ounce of JhI .
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even now to climb into a plane, and sail away. There is rapidly I developing prevention is

a public consciousness for air travel worth a pound of
Even the uninitiater are begin-
cure." It i always s !
ning to "feel" safety in the- air. It can be'felt as well as heard, even when better to protect 0 $ J

nobody speaks. "Air sense' is real and it will be permanent. Hereafter. the than to pay the? price of of our patrons prefer to I -

greater hardship of ,"endurance" will be to stay on the'ground! neglect. Sunshine ''Scrvdrink the'water from melt I .,

I ICE protects your health. ed ice because its purity.:

Looks like the Clewiston. cupid Is using dum-dum' bullets- lusted' of the It [preserves your food and 'Remember Sunshine Serv- KELVINATOR
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bow and arrow. His 'victims never recover' ? -. prevents bacteria ICE. You can t
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The prize faux pas of the week was when a.local about' rv 'k I
man
town accepted made of
purified .
a dinner i invitation and in the middle of. the sumptuous repast lurned > tested .water DEPMFHT with the OrangeOval .; COLD KEEPER

to his hostess. with the remark.: : "Do you find these 18 day diets. beneficial frozen clear C dMPAtt y Emblem Maintains 24 hours after Cur-
and solid. ?Many today temperature

rent is turned off.
And a Clewiston autoist if those r
says Miami cops won't let him go more .

than 40 miles an hour he just won't go to their old city F. 1. MCGINNIS .)


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The city council or the city of La cause pending In the Circuit Court ofF r
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I LaBdie News Belle met today with two new offiCers r the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of the I I

I and one reelected Carl E. Royer State of Florida, In and for Hendry i

i} Mayor, R. N. Miller Tax: Collector, County in Chancery, wherein Marvin I i
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i I Drew Hampton Tax: Assesor and Wood is Complainant, and I, Andro i ? rJ' I

pleasure trip, the trip being made in. Clerk "Webber and Grover hill Trea- and Fay Andre his wife, are Defendants I II I

B. Burke of thq Lee Cypress Com- three hours and ten minutes each I surers, whose terms will not be outuntil I. the undersigned Special Mas- I

pany of Jacksonville spent Tuesday next year ter in Chancery, will offer for sale .

morning with Tax Assessor Hurd I>. waq Mr. and Mrs R N :ilil1er'and family and sell at public ,outcry to the high- ,

Reeves in Felda While talking with Sunday 1 afternoon Professor Bunting have returned from their vacation est and best bidder or bidders for cashin A HOTEL IS SELDOM LIKE HOME :
complimented him .
Capt Reeves ho ....
who has been directing the La Belle fn Welboin Florida front of .the Court House door In
on the Tax Assessment on their land Baptist church singing class paid thopeople the City of La Belle, Hendry County,
for this year which though no loweris State of Florida the i
between legal
of Felda a visit and a delightful LEGAL NOTICE
the same ns last year. The Lee afternoon was enjoyed bya 11 Besides hours of sale on the Fifth day of ITS DIFFERENT AT THE .:

Cypress Company are the second largest religious songs Professor Bunt August, A. ti, 1929, the same being I
landownuers in Hendry County NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE WATANABE
ing sang several popular songs. the first Monday and a Rule Day of 1'
the Consolidated Land Company being. said Court, the following described ,

the largest.Mr. Selden Stewert. Jr., of Slewiston Notice Is hereby given that under property, situate, lying and being in I "' ."

visited his parents Commissioner and and by virtue of a Final Decree .rendered Hendry County,. State of Florida, to- Here you will find the most pleasing :

and Mrs Frank Daugherty: have I Mis. Stewert in La Belle Sunday on to 19th day of June, A.D.. wit

purchased anew_ Radio this .week... 1929, by the Honorable_ George W. All the East Half El-2)) of the atmosphere coupled with meals ..

W. Whltehurst, Judge of the Court Northeast Quarter (NE1-4) and the .

Mr. and Mrs. Malokowsky and family PLAY A HUGE SUCCESSThe I herein named below, in that certain North Half (Nl-2)) of the Northeast ; just as you enjoyed in your home.
Minnesotawhere play "The Old Maids Club"gtvein +
have arrived safely in
Quarter (NEl-4)) of the Southeast:
they will make their! home'Mrs. by the ladies of the Methodist Quarter: (SE1-4)) In Section Seventeen I A few rooms are now available for

church Friday was such a huge suc- ORANGE TERRACE I ((17)), Township Forf-three ((43): ) oJ ;j'

Ed rfluge and children are cess that upon request of several jeo- Attractive home IKe l excel- South Range Twenty-eight ((28)) East, guest who intend to make Clewiston
leaving! next week for, Detroit, Michigan pie who were unable to get a seatat rooms
lent 4 containing 100 acres" more or less 'I
/ the first it meals blocks from business their home.
where :.lIr.Pfluge. is performance was givena I H.A.. RIDER ,
section. 62
to make their home in the emPloyed'j second time, Monday night. Orange St., Ashevllle Master in
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Seventy five cases of honey were Cy Couch, well known La Belle I
I ENJOY YOURSELF
shipped out of La Belle by the Sea- barber is leaving Wednesday for Blrnlngham = : : I AT THE
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':QUEEN' ESTHER CLASS MEETS MARRIED CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY
teh Mrs.Jim. Blount became the bride \
The Queen Esther Bible Class of I The
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Methodist church met at Mrs Wcavei's of Mr. John Burnett Sunday eveningin Watanabe Hotel

Thursday afternoon with fifteen a quiet ceremony performed by

present.Delicious refreshments consisting Justice of the ePace Dad Howard, andwe 1 I

of ice cream and cake were understand they will be at hometo MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS Manager

servfd A delightful time was enjoyed tlieir many friends in the old i
PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE
by all present. During the meeting a Hains Cottage. 1 1a R ....

solo vfas sung by !Mis. Dryers and I .
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Mrs E.E. Edwards and Mis. Dry- Mrs E. C Cole of Fort Myers and : -.sa. ---"II -

ers sang a duet. a party). of Fort Myers people l have ; : TUBERCULAR TESTED I ,.;, ..

motored to La Belle almost every day I :

The attendance at the Baptist Sing- during the past two weeks to attend ( .. I
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ing class is getting larger night the Baptist singing class. ..
every '8l! ICmmvralerw .nr. +1' .r.ISOea--al._.>na""' _L
with more of the prominent peopleof

La Belle and surrounding commu- Mr L C. Summers wa bunied in CL'EWISTON DAIRYCOMPANYi I II '''''--''' --- .- ....---- -....--. .
nities attending. The other night sev- Fclda"Friday afternoon having died '.

eral guests from Fort Myers the day before of heart failure. Reverend -(. I : J.
w're'l Coulette I "IN AMERICAS NEW SUGAR BOWL"
among those present of La Belle presidedat .... .".."."......r.r. ....'### .." -'" " ".' .
the services Mr Summers will be f ,.
Presiding Elder W.F Dunkle of i missed greatly in Felda because of : '

the Methodist Church presided at the his musical talent with the fiddle. i i .: .
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quarterly' conference at the La Belle When the young'folks wanted to danceor >\j;, .' THE .. "{
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MetliQdisl Church. the lod folks wated som old time i YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS j jt ,..,, : :.

music they would get Mr Summers t ,:-- :
On Lake Okeechobee ( i
L. C Summers, one of Feldas prominent to play for themPostmaster Z ,.,
citizens, died suddenly! of heart ? I.

failure at his home hi Pelda Thursday and Mrs. F Watts Hall t '
We proud of the fact that have t : '.
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afternoon to Avon Park: Sunday where I i :-" c;., .. .< ',\)"," '''::>f ,;;t : ..: r\)r>'-'" .' Florida. .
their son Bruce and his wife are visiting ',., ... .. :')"": ,>" '!''-'.'. '- '. ... .,
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motorist to La Belle Friday. I J'

-- Three carloads of cattle;: for the OPEN: ALL YEAR '
I We in the Barber Business. \I
HOTEL GUESTS Lykes Brothers were shipped into are pioneers
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Charles Jewett, Vero Beach; A C. Goodno today_ r .. P': ,....__ .........

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Lykes Ta'lUIE.: ; D. Habian, Tampa; Trunnell said he had just received t."C', :

T. E Brock and W. Goff, La Belle; word from his son Hairy Tiunnell, I : .. ... "
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Kites: Orlando; J.E.. Braman_; Robt"E. in the same plane His sou has Joined I i CLEWBTONIS: PIONEER BARBER SHOP ," j

Foster and wife, Gainesville; R*. the aviation machine shop. i 1<'

C Jergens, West Palm Beach ; C. i r
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M. PONTON, TallahaseeBert; The County Commissioners met Saturday Z .., ::>
Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. P M Leer, and adopted a tentative budget

.Sebring; D. C Mauer, Tampa;; 0 C. Other routine matters followedW. II I Clewiston Florida HOMES, STORES[ AND APARTMENTS ;

"Mauer, Tampa; M. L. Taylor, Lake': ,, .
land; J. A Hendry, Arcadia; and A. \ P Arledge, Seaboard Station 4t M .

M, Ilen try;. Winter Haven. agent at" La Belle is rapidly recover- ,, \ ,, I YI
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of Mrs F- Watts Hall of La Belle dicitasMr 1 I -'.'..;,,:':-,. 1.......r ':- .....'- :. -, .';- .;3;. ., .., :,.'..\.\, 1 1, .' ., .- !. I oil.
celebrated her birthday Thursday surrounded i : '. <' I ARE NEEDED IN CLEWISTON I TO HELP '
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part was at --- CLEWISTON LAUNDRY in new '
Alt nasio home the Palm Beach Bll Henderson '
on was in La Belle over 11'1 -I I

Highway to which all of the young the week end visiting his parents Mr. 1 home on El Paso Avenue after : ...
people "of La Belle were invited. 'and Mrs W. N. Henderson CONDITION."j ,.. ; -.,

< June 15th. Modernly equipped in' I ; U 2)

Two hundered bottles of beer were :Mr and Mrs. James Hodges, are I 1I!I : :. .,. i )!.. it;:;*j.,.;> : '

taken by :Federal authorities Tuesdayfro I leaving .for the Northern part of the both Laundry and Dry Cleaning .. :. t A
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mthe Jones Filling Station. Mr. state Tuesday where they will make III -'c', ;
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Jones where accompanied It is understood them he to will Tampa be their home in the T future.- :: Departments. 1 Ii .' ,, .r: ff .1. .: : ..;,;.-);: .: .'.,:, .r: : ::0 : ; 4 ..ii -
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tried While breaking the bottles the Mr. and Mrs Peter P Schutt and' 1,, 'I ; write r .
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glass was thrown out on the road little daghter of Radium Springs, Ga ,
: and Service the ::1 i
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and several tires on cars were cut are visiting Mr and Mrs. E E Edwards :, : f ., ; 1

and other damage done by the. authorities of the Everet Hotel In La Belle : best. : ,
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Commissioner and Mrs. Seldon L. E. E Goodno and enuisD Small mo- i ," .**v '";:r' f: ':' Watch this 1 '1.> 1 .

Stewert and family motored to Palm tored to Fort Myers Sunday on important .i. '. .. ... space. CHAMBER
Beach ., ._ !11'i I, ;i.' _"' v CLEWISTON OF COMMERCE
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TENNIS TOURNEY TO .was organized some two years ago ger's hopper, Cothern going to third'and 'I
II I 1I i ;I PHONES IN SEPTEMBER '
By The Way Have You Heard-I START NEXT SUNDAY i'I! has been a factor In the social and Burger to second Ortuna faum- '-

-- civic development of the community, bled Bolton's doribble to the box and Clewison residents will be enjoyinga

'Jr 1 A feature of the week's social activities Pressly Phillips, city editor of the I (Continued from page 1) having encouraged beautificatlon workin was relieved. by Guise. Chalker greeted complete telephone service in their

- << was the welcome home party St Petersburg Evening Independent I the town and during the storm ofa Lefty with a shot over short which residences hero early next month, it :, ,

given Mrs Louis A. Morgan at the spent several days this week in Clew- Iston Company, Bill Hooker and members year ago the Clewiston organization: scored two more but the next two I was announced .yesterday by Captain

- home of ;\Iind Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart iston on a trip through the northern of the tennis club, the courts I was the first to provide food and clo- were easy. Hits by M. Crouch and F Deane Duff, general manager of I I

on Arcade_ avenue Mrs. Morgan Everglades. back of, the Inn are now in fine con- thing for the storm sufferers' in the Burger with a wild throw made the i this Clewiston 'company. There will be

dition. Blate Brothers Departmentstore territory east of here. total eight in the first
1.-' returning from a two months vacationin half of the sev- \ approximately 100 -phones and the :
Asheville was spending the week is offering a silver loving cup to Along social lines, the organization enth Canal Point's belated rally rates will compare favorably with !

end in Clseiwton before continuing to Dorothy Knowling' has accepted a the winner. has sponsored hi-weekly dances whichare pushed their total to four in the last I those in larger cities Linemen are /
- position with the Western Union as Results of the drawing for oppo- held at the Clewiston Inn, and inning, Gilbert .
Fort Meade where she will spend the scoring on his hit, a now busy stringing the phone wiresin
rest of the summer with her children messenger.Mrs nents Is posted In the City Drug Store some of the fastest boxing exhibitionsin fielders' choice, and O'Connell's third .' the community., ,

AII'entrants in the tournament are this section were seen at bouts hit of the game. I ,
Louis, Jr. and :\Iaci I
Dancing was enjoyed until a late R. N. C Storey entertained the requested to pay their entry fee of staged by the veterans The same Defeat of Shawano by Belle Glade

I last $1 50 to John Chenet or Herbert veterans now a definite"part of the and the even break In Sunday's Read each advertisement in The
hour and delightful refreshments were Christian League at her home j games
j J I I served throughout the evening. Thursday night. Among those presentwere Blate, the entrance fee being used to American Legion. kept the Cane crew at the head of the j 'Clewiston' News and you will find :

1; Among the guests In addition to Vesta Allen, Eugene Reier, Neil 1 I help defray the expense of purchasing I league with three won and one lost bargains galor. ;

!+ Mr dud Mrs. Morgan were Mr and:I Stewart, Mary Young, Dorothy eDam, : tho balls t.',,THREE KNOCKOUTS
Twenty theree contestants who have -
I I Mrs. Bill Hooker, Claude Downs, K.1 Henry Storey, Norman Storey, Leslie I IN LOCAL ARENA
signified their Intention of competingare
C. Alston, Bob Turner, Mr_ and Mrs. Stewart, Jimmies Crouch and Oliver
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; Tom Shelley, Henry Storey, Em
Ed Drinkwater, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson; \
i( Miner, William I Marie of I II met Shelley, M. Pruitt, Lefty Greer,
Kostmeyer, Charley :Mrs\ Jones and daughter I I '
I I G. Ames, W '''T. Marfield, Mr. and i Moore Haven spent a day in ClewistonI Neeil Stewart, Chesterfield Hayes I Both boys were in fine condition and No mail-order

Mrs. Gerry Swineheart of West Palm I I I visiting friends Wilber D. Cole, O. L. Jeffries, William; action a plenty was crowded Into the : tire can i i

x Cecil Owen, Leland Perkins, Joe Rob 1 1I battle. i
Beach, Dr and Mrs. W. J Buck of I I,
ins, Charles A Jackson, Jim EBeardsley The third white bout on the bill
Belle Glade Casey Jones and Miss Paul Deam and Wilber Cole spent I :
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J E. J, Kerr, Jimmy Shoe- ended disastrously for Red Johns 132 match
Boncile Stone, Dr. John Anderson and I I I sevtral days in Jacksonville on busi I
pound Clewiston boy when he was Ic
smith Herbert Blate, Dr. John Anderson -
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:Miss Clarice Knowling, aud ness. I. .
Sam Woodham, M.Yenowine. knocked out In the fourth by oak CD. \
I Williamson of West Palm Beach. ; fAIIfs9I j 1 %
Bill 'Chalker, John Chenet and Dick !I Hesser 130 pound resident of Okee- this
Mrs Jesse Tippey and daughterFrances ;
C Miller t chobee :
'' are spending: a few weeks vacation _
Mrs. Claude Downs and Fred Pur- ---- ; ,Scrap Ironf 168 pound negro from .
in Norboton, Mo. They made the I
year left last Saturday for Dalton, Harlem won by a knockout in the

Ga. to visit their mother who is 111." trip by automobile. NEW RESEARCH STARTED LABORATORY HERE third round of his tilt with A.Harris. I for Quality or Price! \

170 pounds of Harlem and Battling
I Captain F Deane Duff general I !
Daddy 135 pounds from Harlem
.: Mrs George Kostmeyer has accepted ,, manager of the Clewiston company (Continued from i
Page 1))
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I knocked out the 140 pound Harlem Ice is a remarkable tire. No i
\ : \ a temporary position with the Cl W I motored. to Canal Point Tuesday afternoon -I HERE '
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today give
can
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I, iston company on business. tion to the large laboratory. These I more mileage for your money-no \

I I will be used by Dr B Ar Bourne and CANE CREW WINS I tire at the price can serve you as w
Neil Stewart, Norman Storey and i
his staff of assistants in the research well. i '
I In a party motoring to Palm Beach Henry Storey spent a few days in : department. AFTER LOSING ONE Try one Fisk Premier and you'll i.
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Sunday afternoon were Richard and I' I
Miami visiting relatives never send out of town for another
The laboratory 1
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Earl white and the mother Mrs. J I I page tire-instead
san--I will be solely 'for research andI you'll buy Premiers. ;
I N. White, Miss :Mary Smith and They are the biggest value the i
Frank on
Hays who formerly was connected j '
I I I pathological work and will be distinct II
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ders. L. Morgan Motor tire. market today. ,
with the Clewiston com-
i I l unit from the laboratory at the snap throw to catch Hawk off !
I his home in Ar- I Ii !
pany has returned to '
i mill which is used solely for chemical second Baker opened the third with | z i
and Mrs Wilson S. Harvel are cadia. i f.
Mr.
work on connection with the operation !,, a drive to center for two sacks, Bur- f.l l
spending the week end on a business of the mill. FISK PREMIER ALL 4 r
-! walked and Bolton's single to ,
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and pleasure trip on the East coast Mary Young of the Clewiston officeof fully guaranteed ;
1 Dr. Bourne wlio'will be in '" ..
i charge of :: right filed the sacks. Chalker lined to .--s. Fisk Tire at an unusually !
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the ,Western Union spent the weekend I Ithe research a laboratory Vill; :...:,,/ '.- '. low price.
.I on left for a single, driving in two runs, '. : :. i
Mrs W. C. Hanson accompanied "by with her sister in Moore Haven. 'I i -; : .' .
street was formerly pathologist In. but the rally stopped when Reir rolled i:;:!.] : .
- : her son Willie]] left this week for a I I i .,. Y
charge at the U S Government -
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three weeks vacation at her home in I Oliver Anderson, Selden StewertJrMiss j'experimental '! short: i ii
:: station at Canal Point J. Crouch opened the fourth with a iI i i
iNew Orleans Dorothy Deam and 'Mlss. Jewel '
:1 I ] and is recognized internationally as |I. two-bagger down the left foul line and I
/ Lowe motored to Palm Beach Sunday ij'
I an authority on sugar cane breeding 1 scored when Wynne threw M Crouch I i
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P.G.. Bishop Wednesday i i
afternoon I
spent
af-I' Exclusive of the equipment to be installed
e I roller into the crowd. Two more j'j'i
ternoon in Canal Point on business. '
the research
I new laboratory
i errors in the Clewiston infield coupled
Miss Olive Gale, prominent memberof i
C represents an investment if approxi with Gilbert's single tied the score I I
Samuel Turner Brooks spent several the younger set in Miami was in yy _
mately $15,000.'CLEWSTQN for Canal Point in the fifth M. Crouch
days in Lakeland.( Returning to ;, Clewiston with her parents who are i I
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Clewiston hhim were his wife and ; studying the business situation here !( LEG/ON I drove into center for two bases to .r

-, family who spendt the past month in ( strat the sixth for the Cane crew and CONNELLS SERVICE STATION .!i
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.' I .OFFICERS INSTALLED lined toleft field for his second
Baker
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Lakeland Mrs J. C. Knowling, wife of Dr J. '

I Knowling who underwent an operation -i Continued- double, scoring on Cothern's Texas East Sugarland Highway Clewiston, Fl 1 a.t .
( from
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E W. McCully local real estate last week at her husband's .' l leaguer over first. Wynne .
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man spent a day in Belle Glade on sanitarium in the Hopkins building is -
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I'. Dave Alston, a week after his operation -, 6 6se )( LAKE Of-_,""''ECHOBEE, ?, X I I r r"I
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by Charley'Miner motored hospital is again on the streets COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU DENGUE -
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to Fort Meade Sunday where of Clowiston.A. spinal anasthesia
"I I BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. X :iJcj\ X !! I II
:Mrs.Morgan will spend the rest of v.-as used, so that the patient was I IX
COri-1 I It Is the most speedy remedy known. X !
the summer with her children. Ij I I scions throughout the operation. : X

s -.' I Dozfer of West Palm Beach and Dry. THE "FAIR" AWNINGSHOPPE .- r 1 1' X ::1'1

J. L Waugh of Halsey Griffith company : t:tom wre In Tcharge .v, X ; I

of West Palm Beach was a business X X
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J Hainey, section foreman for theSouthern office of Dr J. C. Knowling: for ton- :I No10 Lakeview Arcade, Lakeview '\

i Sugar company at Benbow I slJftis. 'She made the trip from ,Fort i I Avenue X 1''ctri7'c '

... farm Is -spending a two weeks vaca- J Meade her for the operation which I Phone 2-0229 X .' XX ;

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r ..'_'-40",..' : : i ;...; ,C, X There's a power behind the throne levees and drainage canals is in op- .

j .'_ MAIL COUPON NOW ;:X: the vision and energy of a. group of eration. Fleets of tractors are workmen ,,' -

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MERHANTS WILL good tbtimate. the car In reverse, but did not say I fund-road indebtedness relief, $8-1 1 i gentines for cheap beef, New Zealand the American beef producing Industry!:

DISCUSS.PLAiYS: : ", ) "A new state highway has recently whether he shot the negro. 631.10: ; tax redemption, $1,150. j I II I I I cheap butter, Cuba, cheap sugar, Canada -a source of production of natural

FOR .CELEBRATION "be n built Into Clewiston from the He later brought the dead negro to Courthouse Bond, interest and sinkIng cheap wheat, and\ Mexico! cheap weath) and of employment of some

; east This highway Is built understate town l in his car. After hearing the testimony fund-tax redemption, $550. Tegetables ,i million men; in fact, the destruction '

/ 'Continued from:,pae 1 I II highway specifications, a first the coroners's jury composed Road and Bridge district. Interest This broadside of half truth needsa of a national self sufficiency, Indi

---- I 1.I class road, "hard surfaced and oiled of Clewiston men found the negro to I and Sinkink fund-tax redemption vigorous American analysis. The spensable to national defense and M

is the plan of Mr., Parkinson to bring and therefore.passable at all tims and have died from a shot gun wound and $750; road indebtedness relief, $1,236' rest of the truth needs to be told, for national honor If that Is not sufficient '

the matter before the merchants. a high. speed road. I Bethea was remanded: to the county Road and Bridge District No. 3 l interest 'l I I livery "producer" Is a consumer; eve then let* It be also understood 1'\-)

The purpose of the Labor Day celebration .-I "There is an unusual activity jail pending the preliminary hearing. and sinking fund-tax redeniP-1 Ii tar}" "consumer" except the tramp Is that these millions of men would cease "

will be not only to Keep Clew I throughout all this country and in the I II I I tion $5; road indebtedness $133- & producer. i!;, buying the products of urban Indus-

'I iston money In Clewiston, btu' also to winter time when the activity is at I I $28,000 REVENUE 49 A tariff on. these commodities Is tries; automobiles, furniture, carpets

attract visitors from neighboring I its height, the, best mail facilities EXPECTED BY HULL ----.. justified 1)y a broader principle of clothing, boots and shoes, etc., which

towns in the Glades I should be provided (Continued from page 1)) PROTECTIVE TARIFF laiiness and general national Interest i they would purchase as prosperous
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The plan which Will be brought to I "I 'am attaching a map showing. the .' NEEDED FOR CONTINUED than that which actuates this nar- producers and would flock into the

the attention of' the merchants for ac- I intermediate distancesBURGU1ERES /' the state PROSPERITY row selfishness of* the criticsIf I urban industries, creating veritable '

tion wilt call for a day.full of entertainment i Tabulation of expected funds was a foreign country can produce a frame of under employment. 'I

stal.ting..hl the morning with,\ ,PLEASED compiled by the clerk as follows: N (Continued from page "1)) : product at n somewhat lower cost This Is the reverse side of these i

athletic events and possibly a treasureS I WITH SUGAR PROGRESS General revenue fund-Tax redemp- than It can be produced on American half truths and It should be shouted '

hunt for and terminating I tion, $500; occupational licenses, $350 "consuming public farms-take beef for examplethenthe from every house top ,

with a dance to, be sponsored either I J I .', Continued from page 1 Road and Bridge Fund-Taxe re Certain interests'as yet veiled, but absence of a tariff on beef would In the campaign of half truth going

by 'the decision post of the Legion or' demption. $300: one third cent gaso- easily identified by their self-evident lead to ',two direct results.
not remided of that period following ,
the local baseball team \which w"nl be.1'comprehensive ;inspection tour of the line tax $11.74 and 25 per cent motor purpose says"that the "cOl sumer" The first would be the flow of a vast
I on,' the consumer is very; certainlythe
held at the Clewiston Inn : company's operations around the southern vehicle tax, $2,045. will pay, heavily for certain foods; amount of American money-consu- ;
? World War, when he paid thirty
"Commenting on the' proposed. .plan rim of Lake Ol cents a pound for sugar because he
Mr. Parkinson said: i "The sugar -cane" said Mr.: Burg- Collected, $350; tax redemption $200 I I vegetables if tariff rates are levied where It can be produced more cheaply had I
to, because the foreign sugar pro-
"Of course the matter must be uleres "is in a very satisfactory grow.i Publicity Fund-Tax: redmption, : as now proposed by Congress. These -money once sent away never to ,
ducers were in control and tcmporar
brought before the business league before IiijT condition and the progress in development $300. I foods, the consumer is told, can be borne back, except as interest and without
Ily competition from demesti -
\ definite action can be taken butI since the rains Is little Agriculture Fund-Tax redemption, I produced more cheaply In other countries -I profits for the rich American) capitalist l- producers.

am confident[ that if the local merchants -short: of marvelous. A comparison of 1$50 I | and lie has the right to buy j, and investor in foreign industry

endorse the plan, it will be one the growth of the cane with canes of Highway Bond; interest. and sinking where he can buy cheapest; the Ar The second would be the ruin of Continued next week

of the biggest civic celebrations. in other countries. with which we are familiar .
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proably I bo to th? Southern Sugar com :L '!\ '''" : /i : ::;' ; "
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F.',DEANE DUFF AP-" :.. .- ; 1 pany's advantage. 'ia'<,>"' '.,'I'I: .. ', ;1:,71r'I,, '...., .. ..,,;':,'..I'>.fJii" ''.,.,xt + .".''',Er. 'J.).',..;:.' ., ;' .-''- .
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POINTED TO FLOOD J<' I Mr Burguieres who has been identified ,:,". "f..t\-"<:.' : 0 d iT....'..'.''t. .,, .,.. .. .,.'..-;' ."-.J':".. < '. .'r -
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"From. -th' best' informatlo na.'al; j t'. ...
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able it appears reasonably certain that \ ; t
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induced to take over the construction :
and the drainage of the present growing ,'
of flood control and navigation works .
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crop no problems
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/I. me that the first: and most important ,! I
Rlood !t' "Satisfactory progress: was also being -
work for the Okeechobee\;: Con- +
made in the drainage programcovering ..
trol board will be'to secure the enactment ,

:of a'dequato: legislation to that new plantings of 25fOOO acresto
be planted between now and the IJJ
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end upon :the convening of. the j nextcongress r-
'of tHe United States. i first of January. Work is being rushed CT/ic (Imperial dc..1an" alze port Lou !! :;/;; /) "
' in order to keep our plantings up to
. "Tlere'has} never been such all optimistic J/M%
schedule"
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machinery set in motion for complete ; a day: ,.

beingconstructed to provide a 4,000 "' .... '.
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the lake, with the gigantic ()p ton a day mill for Clewiston by De- ... .

of' the Southern' Sugar, rations'l cember" the executive vice. presidentsaid I' I :v- I I ', ; "; l

.' the expanded operations of1 winter : '. :. }. .. S. : '< :' ." -. : i
"I was particularly interested in 5' ( .-./ .,,; .,: ".' 11 r' ,. : .!,..," : ., J( .;If'1 ,. '. ]1{ -
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seeing the at b f ., !:, > ::; '\ ";\"'; SvJ J.-h
.new milling equipment
, most. prosperous destined to agricultural' beome pile and of the industrial Clewiston practically completed and I :/ /no': >;I "i'f.\; .'< :'"!': / ';:( : PJ

areas in, the United tSates the great eighteen roller mil now be : i ;; tl1lnOllll c :
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appointment of two important, south .plishment\ that we can certainly all be _* : :;:

Florida bOlrds-the board of coinmisfeioneis : proud of. r1 I1J ... .. ...l '
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Marcus A MIIamt Miami; Ralph. A.Htrtou supply both at Canal Point : : LJ ;

,. Fort.' Laulerdale;. W H' Laii I anal Clewiston. superior to the supply : :: :

Pahokee; D. Graham Copeland, Ever- .of the resort cities of the east coast. \ ):: ifL. .>j':; : ?i

I The daily newspapers qre now de- .. ,- .
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Okeechobee
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j .. >/ ./it: the cf a".Ene will be their : :':
; I. Iheied before breakfast l in the Clew- I "I Broadening appeal you impressed by .:.. i ..

The Okechobee Flood Control Board II: .iston facilities' and are Canal' such Point that I areas easily made Road :..:: :.::t'J.1\; ._ of cars which has already won individuality and comp e cncss. I '; .. \\V. '::. .

will be composed of Glenn H Curtiss I ,. 55 ..
Hialeah West the trip from my office in West Palm : f. :: over 950,000 buyers since January But you cannot fully realise= v.'hat .: :': ": ;; ..
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' .55 Beach; Russell II. Snow, .Fort Lauder- I I Beach After in his an hour and thirty tour Mr.Btirg"minutes ,:.:..,:..; tl I. 1st, Chevrolet presents two distinguished an achievement J they *reF:.sent ,_\./E- .".,'
inspection
dale; F Deane Duff, Clewiston and I :' enclosed models until behind the wheel ,
T' new \
.William Iff is, Okeechobee, who ac-'I uieres went over work of the company you get '. ..

cepted) their commissions. and organ I with P. G. Bishop, operating vice president ; .. : ;V of the'Chevrolct Six-the Imperial and drive! For here are all the ''' : .;. -
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led: One. other appointment was, announced I "Being iterested very much in the : '}' ;:J& Sedan and the Sport Coupe. With qualities of .six-c'linder smoothness : ,j,: :

: today by the_ governor. C. ', details essarily of interested operation where in making ose is more nec- ,: .":.. ; .. .;-i: beautiful new :Bodies by. Fisher power and acceleration '_:' ; .

Pearce, Palatka, was named a'' member < available: in : of : which Chevrolet alone "
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than a general observation. it seemedto ., .,:;J ,. ; : a variety striking provides ..
of the board, of bond trustees of Put- \
-juim county to fill the vacancy caused me that work in all departments is ;-. (; : color combinations and with nuhr the price range of the four-com- 7,:.1 1
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being carried with efficiency
on a zeal and -
;b)' the death of the former board advanced convenience fcatures binedith of better ;" : : '
inc"nus tha'ri. -
member! from that district' that will result In probably ; ..' ,, economy \ .,-'...;.. : .
what I think wil be the greatest dem ':' these new models provide: miles to the gallon "of !'
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'. Governor Carlton said the boards onstration In Florida. Certainly our '0". : '.. .:.,j>,L.v twenty .. .,r'7; ;.:.... _
'Y..ould. within the near future, hold >. .'*:! in abundant measure, those clegasoline!' ;;'::;'. < .
I our sugar country is made and there : ) /, f'. .
meetings In the Everglades section of !
remains to diligently our \ '? of '. '.; '
pursue geueial :? ,. }- ments distinction'ordinarily : 4
tre state, at which time they would .
trend of development -. '.J.. .,' -;! Come in today. Learn for yourself ",.:
organize and hear any parties Interested vj> associated I with more 'expensivei '
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in ;'.; the new standards of quality an d.r
making suggestions. The governor ", I / : .:. .
both SUGAR WORK PRAISEDBY .' ..... '.i;... automobiles.you "
is chairman of boards.
': that Chevrolet 1 has made .
C. T. TOPPING : : :if. .t luxury :

; <' '?:+J When examine the new Imavailable in six-cylinder cars c.;' )
PATTERSON ASKS (Continued from Page 1)) . :
,5 5 ;\ : 1 Sedan and Sport Coupe at prices within the reach of all! .;
NEW MAIL ROUTE ..,\ : \,..,1, pcrial i .' ; ; '.
I' FOR CLEWISTON by Car the biggest individual and I believe J. : -' S I )
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that the operations of Mr. DahU S
;:3i! T'.e T. ja-J-cr: ,$'2: ;;The: rl:1cton: : ,$5_3; The Coupe, $595; The Coach,$595; The Sport Cou eG45r; .
Continued from page 1 berg and his associates In. the sugar '
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; ... 'r;+ T.-: .: ''Z. .C :75TheIporiilC.Ujn.C; ; 93TheScdanr; livcryfs595r;TheLightDelivcrYChassisIS'l00' ; >:, It' ..
company mean more to Florida's future .. >. I ," :' .'. 1 ; ; j :_,.! C.-jjIiv3: :S; Tn IH Ton Chassis with Cab,$650. All prices f.oo._bb. factory,flint, Mich. .
and assistant postmaster general reads'as I I than any other thing I know of.:' : ::1"I.I. "' :"

blows: Mr Topping who is In Clewiston Inspecting ; .
; j?( the delivered well the list in automobile .; .
"Referring to the attached inquiry work done by his ditchers COMPARE price as as price considering values. ,_ I

.. the service that this community would and making arrangements with the j t : Chevrolet. delivered prices include only reasonable charges for do ..'cry and financing; ) ;;

like to have established would be a Clewiston motor company. to handle '" ;i : '. I .',. '.. .;

star route leaving Clewiston about spare parls said that the entire workof J. ;"f( ., :1. .. .'\' l'. .' .r. '.-. '> .! ....: '. '- .' ''..:'. ', .:' ,-. '.'.'.'t': t,
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eight o'clock in :'
the morning passing the sugar company has expanded ; : '
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through Ritta, South Ray, Belle Glade phenomenally since his previous visit .: '::'- J7"

Pahokee, Canal Point. Loxahatchee'I here In April. :r

.. and West Palm Beach, Ito be thereIn ( :,' t' Clewiston Motor Company ; :)

time for the 1:30 o'clock trais TOM BETHEA HELD FOLLOWING ,

northbound which connects with all DEATH OF NEGRO .
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trains e st'and west at Jacksonville. -- I ": : : .'i't' -,
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."At the same time, the same star (Continued from page 1) ., CLEWISTON, FLA. ::./'/

rout leaving West Palm Beach at sixa. : ...... ," '4
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m. to be extended to Clewiston i! hearing before the county judge ,.:.... ..> : ',' \

"The approximate populations I According to testimony brought* out -.

served In routed ,would be as follows: I at the hearing before the coroner's S '

"Clewiston, 3,500;' Ritta 100; South jury before Judge McGhee In Clewls- ". : S S ., )

Bay 300; Belle Glade 400; Pahokee I to Monday morning, Bethea said that Pt

,'GOO; Canal Point .600; Loxahatchee, I II ho was driving back to the saw mill

.50. .1 camp ::about two o'clock Monday morn1

'.rEach postmaster en route would 1 Ins wh u he saw two negroes near ..
SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR
ha'more t A ,, ,
definite Information as to the running board of his car Accord. ;,

the patrons served.; tills Is at leasti lag! to the testimony he quickly put r -
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