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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 23, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (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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VOLUME 3_-NO. 35 CLEWIS, TON FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 23. 1929 PRICE 5 CENTS

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a : Shoesmith Winner PROTECTION ON COMMITTEE AT I Royal Palm DrainConnection

IS ANNOUNCED
LOCAL FISHERY In New Suit Club I Made .5


Jimmy Shoesmith was the first TOMATOES All WORK ON PLANS With storm drain-pipes deliveredfor r

:: WILL BE AMONG winner in the suit club launched Installation on Royal Palm Ave Capacity of pump houses

I last week by Hudson the Clothier nue, a drainage outlet to. the canalon InGlades Will Be In
fOR lABOR DAY Avenida Dcl Rio was ,completedthis
YEARASSUREDAction.
The winner was selected by Junior
BEST IN GLADES week. Increased, to 650,000
I Jeffries. Shoesmith joined, the clubon
Monday and was presented with I II Laying of the storm drains will be Gallons Per Minute.

-. started immediately so that the avenue
the suit on Saturday night. Senate To Mean C. V. Parkinson Asks I

Chain Of Retail Stores Members of the Hudson suit club I i frcnthe, Nursery: to Avenlda Cohtract have been awarded. and
Elimination. Un- Neighboring Towns Del Rio will be widened and park-
are asked to be present: at Hudson'sstore work started on the extension of drainage
To Later
Be Opened ;; wayed for beautification '
Saturday night at nine.o'clock, fair CompetitionFarmers To Cooperate purposes. and Irrigation work on Southern

Wholesale Shipments I -- I Sugar company holdings around the

Will Ttotal 200 Bbls. of the Everglades are rejoicing -i 1 i.i.Baseball games, potato races tennis' southern end of Lake Okeechobee

) ''Per Week. I FLOOD CONTROL this week over the action; of''' matches, boxing' bouts and dancingare CANE CREW LOSE completion of which with in the next

the United States Senate finace committee a ,few of the features planned by five months will mean the installation

i \ ---.- I In imposing a twelve' months the committee appointed to arrange TO of additional pumps with a total capacity --

Plans for the: operation of a whole- BOARD MEETING .I a year tariff on '''vegetables. The I mqveit plans for the gala Labor Day Celebration SHAWANO IN of 510,000 gallons of water per

.'. sale fish business on Lake Okeechobee is expected will mean an annual '. to' be held in Clewiston the first minute, representing an Investment of

with headquarters in Clewiston were; DATE ANNOUNCED saving of several million dollars to Monday. ; in September, .it was an- DOUBLE HEADER approximately $65.0.000. it was announced
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announced this week A.
by Roy: I Florida vegetable gr wers. ; nounced this week by L. A. Morgan I this week by R. Y. PattersonIn
Plant well known fisherman of Moore ; .
Action of the committee of the sen- 'Jr chairman of the committee. charge of draingae work for the

. .J' Haven who with J. J. Hendry of Okee I Will Be 'ate i included placing a tariff of two I II Following; ) discussion of the Labor Clew. ston tes Fail ToStage company)" This work together with
Session
cliobee will operate six boats on the I Open ,I and a half cents a pound on tomatoes Day Plan by the merchants at their the drainage facilities now avaliable

'I lake and ship approximately 200 bar- Held in Palm Beach which is aimed to prevent American regular monthly meeting last week, Comeback In on land of the sugar company means

I rels of fish from Clewiston' weekly I On September 4 I markets from being flooded with tomatoes 'Cecil V. Parkinson president of the Fast Second Game that the sugar country of the northern
The headquarters of the I
company grown in foregn countries in association named a committee to I I I Everglades within the next' five
will be in the old Sullivan fish house Despite a hard battle led by Pete
- I I February and March the season during complete arrangements for the cele- I months will have facilities for' pumping
Clewiston will be actively -
" which Plant and Ilendry have pur- represented Wilson in the Sunday baseball clash
the which the Florida produces is (Please turn to page 6)) I a total of 1650.000 gallons of water
chased and 36 men will be employed when the first meeting I I between Clewiston and the Shawano
(Please turn to Page 6) per minute into the lake.
J- on the six boats. The Clewiston fish flood control and drainage boards. I I boys at Brown Farm, Clewiston lost The $650,000 project announced by'

house will be the biggest shippers created by the recent session of tho two the first being a walkaway
among games Mr. Patterson. includes additional
1 I SPEAKS AT
Palm DUFF
{ of fish-in this section it is ex- legislature Is'caIled at West i BURGLARs ESCAPE 9 to 1 and the second being a hard drainage work at the South Line, .dUrcctly
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pected.In Beach on Wednesday September I fought battle ending in a 2 to victory''
south of Clewiston; Unit C of
: addition to the wholesale] business Clewiston will be represented by Cap"tain PAHOKEE MEETING I for Shawano after 10 innings
WITH' $125 FROMCash the South Florida Conservancy dis-
F Deane Duff, president of the .
it is also planned, Plant said toopen 1 First Game
I trict, south of Clewiston and Bare
: a chain of retail fish stores in board of supervisiors of the Sugar- 'SHAVANO'ab h a l
I OF BUSINESS MEN r po Bench aunt\ cost oC Lake Harbor; rAt -
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".: the lake section within the next year land Drainage to the district Florida Flood who was control appointed I" LOCAl, OFFICES I I Bell ss, ............................ ,42 $ $ '1 t hokee district east unit and the north
although all the attention of the partners '
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JL. Vanlandiugham, cf, .. 3 2 .1 3 0 '
t" will first be devoted to putting' board by Governor Carlton. I I (Please turn to page 6))
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the wholesale business on a profitable The boards each of which are com, Drawers of Clewiston =; Clew ton Men Guests. Mavwell, 2b, ........."..'.!:. i"l' i1 \

,.-* basis I posed of the five cabinet members Are Of Club At Regular Monty, rf, ..............:......... -I 2' 2 0 0 WILLIAMSONS BACK 1
Company
of the old state drainage board and I
'.* '; ,' .. Both men are experienced in the" Lord, Ib. ........... ........... -1 0 2 .8 0
five residents of the Everglades dis- Meeting.Selection I : :
Rifled in
line Mr. Plant having been identified Night
... C. Vaulanclingham. cy.'. ..J3 0 O.. 2 1 '
meet > ---: ,,-. .. .. "
trict have been summoned to ---- ; -
tSte. (Please turn to page 5) poperfFT.. ..........T.i..r3!: ."o $ z o AFTER AUTO TRIP
Governor Carlton who is chafrm'an.In of headquarters in. South I : ,. rS
Mystery .stm'surrounds. the robbery : Gordy p, ...,..,9 0 0 Q
I view of the fact that the Gover- Florida for the Florida Flood control ..
last Friday in offices
i night the of
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& TENNIS FINALS nor' has signified his intention of the Clewiston board will probably be the first 'question .. '. THRU 14 STATES i
i company Inc.twhec Totals' i' 30 9. .9 21. S
,! the meeting public, it is believed that I' two cashiers desks and to come up at the meeting calledby ': .,:
were force : CLEWISTON ,'. ab r h po a -
: WILL BE 'I n large delegation of people from the Governor Carlton for September 4. I
PLAYED i $125 in cash stolen. Detectives are Cothern, cf; '.. .;.:.............:'. 4. 0 l' 2 0 II Head i
I northern Everglades will be present. I Captain F. Deane Duff Clewiston'i I Building Company
investigating the case but no arrests: Davis, ss., .-...:... ........,. ,4 1 .1 0 1 !;
and it is known that several from i member of the Flood control board I I : : 1
-, HERE LABOR DAY Clewiston are planning to attend. i I have yet been made: told members of' the Pahokee business ,I Shoesmith,' 3b, ."............... .: 3 ,0 1 0 0 I P'raises. Summer

I The theft was' discovered Saturday Bolton c, ...... .................... .2. 0 1 6 0 Climate Here
.. Although Wednesday September 4 men's club at their regular meet ; :
." '" ,. morning by Emmet Shelley office' I Chalker:, If, .......:..;....:........ 3 0 0 0 0
has been designated by the Governoras I ing in Pahokee The next step accord I .
,. Elimination ProgressesAs manager for the Clewiston company: Silsby, 2b, ?.,......:... ...::,.;'. .3.: 0 1. 0I I Following a four weeks automobile
:,: ., the date for the meeting, the place ing to the Clewiston member of the : .
I.when he arrived for work. Noticingthe I I M. Crouch rf, :..,.......:..; ,'2 < 0, ,0 1 0 tour covering 5,964 miles which' included -
Eearhr Matches of meeting and the hour for convening board will probably be the selection
_. ', ( center drawer in"the cashier'sdesk : Il.ier( Ib, :.....:.:...........:.... 3 0 0 9 1Laker fourteen states F. L. Williamson ,
-" has been left to Howard Selby, West of an executive secretary or business \
', ,. Are Played open, he invetigated and found p,. ..'-..[,' .,..'.. ,.... 3 0 0 0 5' president of the Clewiston Building ''t
" 'J! : '. Palm Beach member of the flood .control that the lock had been forced. The manager to handle the fiscal affairsof I ;:.:: : : : .
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board.CHICAGOAN. the 'district."Following .t: ::: Material company, accompanied !
Charles lock on his own desk had been similarly \ 'I II '. '. 27 1 5 IS 11
A. Jackson, Dick C. Miller I I these preliminary matters .I i Totals ) by Mrs. Williamson returned to Clew

% '- 0, L. Jeffries and Herbert Blate forced and a check up showed Clewiston ....?I................... 000 010 0-1 iston this week, more enthusiastic
of organization" said the speaker"it .
SEES i that $125 in currency had been stolen. Shawano ............................. 310 500'.x-9 than ever over the possibilities of this I I
prelimnavies > A seems to be that the most important
number of checks totalling several
I Errors Gordy, Davis Bolton Chalk- section.
thing for the Okeechobee Flood
CANE OPERATIONS
t,, 'f ment launched last week .' I hundred dollars were ''placed -neatly Control board to do at this time (Please turn to page' 6)) Among the trips made by Mr and

:;: ;:, Jackson, outclassed Henry Storey I in atop the desk and kept in place witha the
; : l would be to select either one of its Mrs. Williamson were those to
; an interesting match Storey being too Visitor Impressed With paper weight.
the
i members to the service of top of Pike's Peak and twice to
or secure
Inspection of the building showed NEW STEEL WORK
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;,' ''s ; cautious and slow. The score was continental divide.
Thourcughness ,of a thoroughly qualified representativeto
r that none of the windows had been
6-2 6.2.Tom .
: ; STARTED AT MILL Returning by way of Louisiana, the
represent the board in Washington
Sugar Co.'s WorkEnthusiastic forced and admission to the buildingwas
Shelley went down to defeat I
before the board of ,engineers and Clewistoultes visited the Celotex plant
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gained, is believed through
before Dick C.Miller the score being and several plantations of the South
Rivers and Harbors committee to the
r using a key the front I Construction Work For
on
7-5 and 6-2. I endorsement of the door.
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Coast company a Dahlberg project.
end that legislation be nacted
proper
:' One of the fastest matches wtnessed sugar cane operations of the Southern Lights were seen in the Clewitson of the United Statesat Factory Addition Mr. Williamson said that the cane
by the
< congress
/ on the local court was seen when O. Sugar company was expressed here company offices late Friday: night but ScheduleConstruction in Louisiana looks fine and that busi-
To
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the earliest possible date looking Up
L. Jeffries and Wilber D. Cole played by Quentin 'J. Campbell of Chicagowho passers-by thinking some of the office ness prospects in that section are
to the of flood control
taking over the
Jeffries playing some of the best tent spent two days here on a tour I force were working paid little atten .
good.
tion. and navigation works on Lake Okee- forces working on the
nis seen in this section won with of inspection of the suagr. company's Concerning temperatures. Mr. Williamson -
chobee by the Federal Government. building of the 2,500 ton a day addi-
; scores of 6.3 and 63. Both players plantations from Clewiston to Canal said that in many places they
': Promising full cooperation with the tion to the Clewiston factory of the
were in excellent and wellJ" Point."I .
form than
much warmer
stopped it was
(Please turn to page" 2)) I Southern Sugar company this week
ta.matched.. would not like to vjsii Florida Avenue A Paving Clewiston."In .
! started the erection of steel for the
t. Competition was also keen in the without seeing the sugar activities in Work I Oklahoma" lie said "we had
Is Approved extension to the boiling house at the
Blate-Kerr match when Herbert Blate I the northern Everglades and after an Peanut Drier At, daily temperatures of 106 and 108
end of the factory. This three I
GladersFinal east
scored victory'over Kerr with a score I inspection here I am very well pleased By Belle Shawano Farm Is with hot nights.
addition of steel and sheet met-I jI
(Please turn to page 2)) I (Please turn to Page 6)) story "The 'trip was exceptionally inter-
resolutions for the of Now In OperationSuccessful al will be of similar construction to I
paving (Please turn to Page 6))

/; ?' Avenue A in Belle Glade from the (Please turn to page, ,2)-) --_., -

: EVERGLADERS TALKS FEATURED AT Cross State highway\ to a point two operation of a peanut dri- 1----

... blocks west were passed at the regu- er machine constructed by W. C. Lord OF EVERGLADES

JUNIOR CHAMBER COMMERCE MEET lar meeting of the Belle Glade town manager of the Brown Peanut Farm TRANSFORMATION

council Wednesday night east of Belle Glade was learned yester
IN MIAMI RADIO TALK
The paving which will be started day.First I RECOUNTED

Talks by prominent men of the Everglades I the Junior chamber of commerce in within the next few days will improvethe runs were made last week and I I --

with the main address being getting speedy action from the county street on which the town ''hall is the machinery is successful in every

made by Captain F. Deane Duff, gen scool board. located and according to local mer- detail Early this week the operationof Following; ) : an invitation by the Miami Sugar company starting with B. G.

eral manager of the Clewiston corny Howard Sharp of Canal Point madea chants help business on that street on the drier was placed on a 24 hour I News, the story of the transformation -I Ddhlberg's advent to this section and

pany featured a meeting of the West typically interesting talk telling of which several stores are located basis two twelve hour shifts doing I of the northern Everglades tracing the progress made In the sugar

F : Palm "Beach Junior chamber of comI the truck farming and sugar cane activity Another advantage of the paving the work. Hay and nuts from a ten waste into a new I industry hereSuccessful

:: merce held Wednesday night at the. in the northern Everglades and will be a good: road to the Belle Glade acre field are handled each day in from a spectral drainage was stressed

'":- Elks club in West Palm Beach. The emphasized the necessity of cooperat-- tourist camp, and In view of the pop;the machine. sugar bowl for America togetherwith and figures on the development of this
I ,'r. I t growth of Clew back-
the
meeting was for the purpose of the tlon between the. east and west endsof ularity of the camp the street paving The entire plant is first passed the phenomenal important work given. With
.. I o'clock!
West Palm Beach people hearing of the county in having the West is considered by town officials to be through! the machine and the nuts are iston. was broadcasted at 5:30 ground of sugar industry activity emphasized

'. .. the activities In the northern Everglades Palm Beach canal: improved.F a necessity. )p Xtiq 9iu 'etmpcn-! -Cq jjo pajpjd:: uaqj last Saturday, over station W Q A M| the growth of the town of
Miami.
E. Bryant, vice 'president of. the Every house in the camp Is rented i going through/ one part of the drier from the Daily"News tower In I I Clewlstou was described and the

1r Among other Everglades speakers Southern Sugar' company told, of the and Dr. W. J. Buck president of the and thQ nuts arc cured by passing The Daily News broadcasting studio house shortage condition in the community -

on the program were Dr. W. J. Buck early days in sugar Industry in Florida I Belle Glade City council is authority i thvn through at a different tempera- is lined with Acousti-Celotex and emphasized.A i

) "!) oPBelle Glade who traced' the devel- and recounted the history of Mr. ifor I the statement that several more t1"., .' this is believed to be responsible for I' summary of what the activities

oument ot his community and told of B. G. Dahlberg. president of the Sou- I I houses could be rented in the camp Of the entire peanut plant the hay the distinctness which marks broad- of B. G. Dahlberg and his assocates

the determination of his people In thern Sugar company. t'if available.. Is used as ,a cattle feed similar ,to castIn gfrom that station. j In the northern Everglades means not
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; rebuilding,their town after the storm. "Mr. Dahlhcr;;". concluded Mr. Bry- With tho completion of 'ho Avenue alfalfa but richer in proteins, tho Opening with a brief word pictureof | only to the state but to the entire na-

y ) Ho also stressed the inadequate school and "will arrive In Palm Beach soon A paving work plans for beautifying shells are used in the manufacture of the northern Everglades of today,|Ilion, with figures as to total,grinding

I facilities In Belle Galde and solicited In a new 12 passenger Sikorsky plane I the steeet will bo brough befort, the paper and oil from the nuts .is usedas the ten minute talk included. survey I capacity. employment and gross total

the cooperation of the members of Please turn to page. .6. I commission for action. a cooking! oil. of tho operations of the Southern sales, concluded the talk.\ ,
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-... 'ZLL I J ToN NEllft'. (ilEW'lSTO'N FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST ;
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entering. Many new Industries sng'} Ing the brick work for the three hew from M66re Haven to 'Canal Point. .
The Clewiston ty ewl CELLULOSE IS BIG I I
J' this as raw material have sprung up I j I ovens in the boiler house, While con-Itructlol | Following the luncheon the Clewis-
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Successor within recent years, and are expand- '' \ of the new warehouse west ton man made a tour of inspection of.the :

FACTOR IN GROWTH Ing vigorously adding to the comfort of the factory has been completed proposed levee location on then

Entered as second-dab matter February 8, 1925, ai the post office I and well-being of the nation; rayon, I and was being stocked with mill maehlncry .I I lake front at Pahokee with Willard G- ,

At Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March & 187$. I OF ALL lacquers, cinema films; artificial i parts this week. Smith, couvty commissioner from

JOUTHLAND leather, sausage casings insulating t i that district. )

LOUIS A. MORGAN ................................................',........... Publisher materials, pressed boards, along with DUFF SPEAKS AT"PAHOKEE
the older industries celluloid, guncotton I MEETING ::1

TOM SMITH ......................,..................................................... Editor[ Writer Shows Possibilities >< ,a and textiles ... TENNIS FINALS WILL BE
For Development I These are Industries involving no (Continued from page 1)' PLAYED LABOR DAY
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Subscription Raues chemical transformation or based upon

I only a very limited number of re people of the northern Everglades In 1

By mall OutSide ol Flora By mail in Florida I I' actions. 'Yet the molecule of celluloseis their problems, Captain Duff said: (Continued from Page 1)

Due Year $2.51.1 One year $2.00Bix By Charles H. Herty very complex. Qualitatvely we :I "I feel that I represent the territory J

months 1.60 Sit months 1.00'Three I know that it is composed of three el-!around Canal Point and Pahokee fullyas of 6-3, 618 and 62. '

months I 1.26 Three months .76 Vast potential wealth Is in the air I ements, carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. much as the territory around Clew- The game played Tuesday night be-

of the South at this moment wealth Qunatitavely we know that the atoms -: iston on the Okeechobee Flood Con- tween Chalker and John Chenet was

NEWS' PLATFORM' which could amount to sevently oil- I In the molecules are in the pro trol Board, and as the taxpayers have called on account of darkness and -

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. non dollars within the next forty portion of six to ten to five, but what finally obtained representation in the I t was scheduled to be plaeyd off later.

2. Early ccmpleika Ot the highways for local transportation and years This is not a figure speech I multiple of this ratio gives the truei management of Everglades affairs I I In Thursday afternoon games Pruett
I but a 'statement of fact. I completed i picture we do not know. Nor are chem am very hopeful that every constructive I was to meet Beardsley and In Friday's

concentration of products. vegetables and recently a motor trip through, the |lists at all agreed upon the configura- suggestion, no matter how minor i: game 0.. L_ Jeffries was to meet Em-
rates on
substantial downward revision of freight I I
S. A long leaf pine belt of the South Atlantic tion of the molecule of cellulose. Such the matter which anyone In the upper met Shelley. .-*
of this region to the northern markets. t
other products association for and Gulf coast states. Throughout j problems can be solved only by intensive Everglades might have, will be pre, Sponsors of the tennis tournament
flu functioning of cooperative marketing
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4. The that delightful journey there was scientific research. The history. sented to me.'* I are hopeful that It will be possible to

both buying and selling purposes. plainly evident the enormous crop of I II, of industrial chemical developmentsproves R. Pattersodn. director of transportation have the finals played as part of the

I the massive cones of this characteristic clearly the great results that : for the Southern Sugar company Labor Day Celebration being sponsored -

FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 3929 tree of the South. 'I follow from such definite scientific I told the club members of drainage I by the Clewiston Better Business .-

--- I This is the lucky seventh year, for knowledge. All too little is the resarchi I work being carried on hi the area League. f iS

,NORTH FOR THE SUMMER it 5s veil-known that this tree bears strength of this country thrown into

I heavy fruitage only once in approximately this important filed. But one thing we .

every seven years. Each of do know, that cellulose Is formed within j i
Another voice has been added to the rapidly growing army of those who, i I these cones carries more than a hundred the living plant or tree by the action j ,- ., Make The

are beginning to appreciate Flo Ida's true possibilities'as a summer ,re- I Individual eee'ds within its I of sunlight, and this formation is

: scales, each seed a potential tree, requiring -! accelerated by warm rather ,than cold r
1. POINSETTIA HOTEL
sort.F.. for its planting no labor of I temperatures. For this reason the
L. Williamson president the Clewiston. Building! Material company man, but only the force of gravity, and South is pre-eminently that portion of ID r

returned this week after ati automobile trip through 14 states covering .approximately each provided wtih a wing, enabling 'lour country; which may confidentlycount I Your Home While In West Palm BeachI

delightful wide distribution by the winds. Will upon its advantages in cellulose I
and declared that Florida is a far more I
6,000 miles these seeds sprout under such cost- I production Out of the free carbon dioxide Pleases Us To Please You"I

summer resort than many of the cities he visited. "' free methods of culture? Often, on my I. and moisture of the air, throughthe I '
I EARLE R. CRESSWELL. Manager
Temperatures of 106 and 108 In :Oklahoma and sweltering nights in many knees in the woods I have marvelled agency of the free solar agenc;' .. .i I,

Florida sum at the enormous number of youug seedlings with which this section is so bleu:cd, I CO!. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY, .
to convince him ,of the possibilities of as a '
other tates helped '
I I making their way upward there is an enormous 'annual yield ,of .
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mer vacation land. through the ubiquitous wire grass.A. cellulose, through the activity of those, ---- iiiil

A few months ago, planning to escape what we thought was heat in Fior-I I I photograph from the Alabama state natural chemical factories t he myriads I r t-- J -

I! commission of forestry shows a count of chloroplasts, the cells of the *
} Ida. we traveled some 1,000 miles to the mountains of North Carolina.For'l of such seedlings equivalent 62,000 pine trees. All that we have to do is I

\ almost a week a steady drizzle fell from low hanging clouds per acre. only 1,000 of which are I to furnish the ground and protection Here's tire '
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hot during the day as Florida in mid needed for' complete reforestation, tgainst destruction, principally; : by
j sun finally did peep through, it was as I @)
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I and the South has 100000.000 such fire. ,

summer while the nights were little cooler. i acres Was ever such abundant potential The cotton crop of the South fur I A;' A

This :year, several Floridans profiting by last summer's experineces spent I wealth placed so freely at the nishes the ,purest form of cellulose ;

disposal of man?' known in nature, but it is an
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their vacation'in the state: next year'there will be more and thus until we I
Will this great, gift of nature be I sive crop to raise because of :costsof I

are recognized as the nation's year round playground. I husbanded? Only to a slight extent. fertilization and cultivation. Moreover I ataLowPr.

Clearwater on the west coast a few years ago was a delightful winter resort The great bulk of this fortune will the pine tree crop. whose. protection I t .
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j be sacrificed to the completely useless against fire costs only-- about I ...._..,. ": '''' -. ... ;... 'n-- .,,,,."cJ'..,....:-" .. ., "
but in the summer was practicgjy J deserted except? for a fe-vv venturesomefolks eight ..v : i.4':' -.. '... ...w..:,:
cents '
nay altogether ,disadvantageous per acre per year, produces .' ?" .,..:. r.w. .. ';:,.,
who remained to enjoy} the! summer. bq"tJ1jn' Today*-. -, it IB the summer I ground? fires f which annually and ruthlessly not only cellulose, but in close association -* I, u >: ., ,
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r '. .-. -. ..'' I .:"> I si'eep.thb. { section; While! we therewith- great quantities J ,
playground center of the west coast. '
l seek new methods of> taxation aim or lignin, now a waste, product, which ,

The summer is now almost over and Florida communities are making I I j new sources of wealth for community some" day, when scientific. research t ./ 1 r 1t
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plans for welcoming their winter visitors, but a decided effort sponsoredby I effort, education, good roads, acer of I has solved the problem, of its conslitution ''r.. '

. the. .helpless! and other measures of.progressive .. is destined to playa most important ': t
. the state chamber of commerce could .well be. made for next summer. I i r ..l
.. civilization, we deliberately role in our economic system.j ','
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And on the subject of summer vacation lands, it is an interesting ract that I sacrifice this almost_ incalculable I' With this Simple picture before! us, ',

either west source of wealth. Is betterment I areve Hot justified in considering! III J
Clewiston boasts of cooler summer weather than the east o- any !I 0)
of this situation under way? Yes, but I 1 I celluJdSe) as of fundamental significance fiI4 I I IYJi

coast cities. only of a halting, feeble, character. for the South? I

Here and there a little state aid to !I r ::{, ( I I IVni
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9 supplement private +
expenditure on intensive :

ENLISTING THE SERVICES OF MEN WHO KNOW HOW I fire control, a little lessening :, NEW, STEEL WORK :

The Florida State Chamber Commerce. has made a move that will Unquestionably of the load of taxation which must STARTED AT MILL
be borne while waiting for the income -- Ride on FISK FISK PREMIER ALL-CORD
be reflected in the betterment of general conditions throughput
bearing years of this crop a few pio- (Continued! from page 1)) All-Cords to cut

the State, and particularly with reference to its agriculturla progress. neering spirits who have demonstrated i I your tire costs A fully guaranteed Plsk Tire atn
i iI We have the size
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low
i unusually price. can'fl
that fire can be kept out of the woods I the main building with reinforced
The naming of a national advisory committee is a plendid thing and the andtyoeyouneed buy more mileage: for
I and that neighbors can be imbued concrete floors as part of the fire
at the ri Iit price, the :(
; money
such B. G J.,, C. Penney Barrorj G. Collier, 0
of Dahlberg "
inclusion men as ,. I with the determination to help carry proof construction.The "

"Sidney Mitchell and Fred Ruth *as members, Is equally fine. All of these men out such a program of common sense. I new addition will house pans, .;'\'tt ..' ",n....'.
II Now, in this abundant year of harvest clarifiers, centrifugal machines and '1d' ,l ..I! ..:i '.r "J. "
the future of the State at I 'i1' -' .. '. ." .\:;?. :::. -
have large interests in Florida, and they have .
is the time to take vigorous and.effective .I 1 1I other material, l added to the mill equip \ '. x-- '...., ..' ,.I' ';"" )1" "'. 'I '\\1,:
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heart. They can do much in a national way to safeguard the interests of I hleasuieS i its to fires and \nWit of last year. :.; : ,) .. r Y'.' :" ,< < \

this commonwealth, and to promote better feeling on the part of northerners. I taxation, to i s safeguard f ; this future vile i Nine new mill rolls have been set ,. '/ .
ply of cellulose, for by the time the in place together with the driving gear c. =- :;-" """,_ "
Another progressive step fostered by the State Chamber Is the establish I 1
v trees from this year's seed ctXip are and it remains for the coupling to be \

meat of a Florida bureau Washington.. It is belioved such a Vcnvnu'would ready for marketing; the Industrial assembled Tho milling unit now,, occupies I'COr I ELLS SERVICE STATION

to virtually all of the main floorat
South
the
world will be lookifig "
prove of material assistance to our representatives in Congiess, on matters
for an enormously Increased supplyof the west end of tho factory. East Sugarland Highway Clev/iston: ,, Fla.

affecting. the welfare of the whole State.'-Gainesville Sun. ,,,; > cellulose is indeed a veritable With the tubing for the boilers: inStalled .- -- .....
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r--- '_ age of cenniose into which we are now work is now Under ivay b 'nar : I
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Producers bi farm Commodities all over Florida are wondering what shouldbe .. .. I -, .
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the next move with reference to the proper organization of their cooperative as'"""""'" ...........A ... ---- "<{ ;
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marketing machinery in order that they may proceed to take advantage I

of Agricultural Marketoing Act through the newly created Fed ,

eral Farm Board. .
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There is no mistaking the policy of the Board with reference to this 0>

matter One of the first pronouncements released after the mcm".Jers'hlvE'

assembled was to the effect that agriculture must organize before it appealed ct N I 1 .I J
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for help. Several weeks ago the board heard the appeal of representative I

citrus men Washington.. While the Board was sympathetic, it told

these: representatives to go back and consolidate their interests ;and to af-

fliate ther ." I ,
maikejng agences. i y I ;

Today Organization, is the watchwoid. "It will move. only as'fast at the i PROPERLY constructed pure and cold back on its
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farmers, through their organizations, are able and willing to accept the refrigerator that per- mission of health is the :

program.,* It .is up to the farmers themselves to determine just. how rapidly nits cold air to circulate open door to healthier ti

and how completely they participate in the \benefits available :
downward from the ice days. Let our Ice man ex- ..

It seems to. us that a state wide rally of cooperative leaders, the xecu- .,
the science of
then and re-
KELVINATOiR compartment up plain ,,,
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tives of every cooperative association In Florida officials of the state de-
I ; > back into the ice owFR frig ration. Start
partment of agriculture and the bureau of marketing, heads of the Collegeof q A '
chamber where the today and buy your
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Agriculture-, County. Agents. and. growers, at some 'central, T>olnt of tho WITH THE FAMOUS >R -
A heat and food odors ice from the wagon ,
state and a plan formulated whereby local bottles '-coold: be formed where, I COMPANY

needed and these bodies cemented into a central "marketing 'group. This COLD KEEPER are deposited upon or truck with the
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applies to for the film of the ice Orange Oval Em
particularly vegetables, regardless of the product tomatoes, Mairitairis'temperature 24 hours after Cur-

peppers egg plant,. potatoes beans and all the rest -of 'them -should be cor retaining the air 1)Ict.gsAVEwITH .
:rent is>< 'turned off. '" v Q)
related under. one heading. One. great vegetable marketing project 'could operate -

the year round, and control sufficient Volumes 'to "be a factor in the F J. Mc W1S '.

world's markets. It would be logical that the extension division of the University Beach '
11"3 Worth A Palm
ve. ..
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of Florida should sponsor such a meeting"au'd ='issue -can 'to ,every ICE!
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Phones
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PAGE. FOUR CLEW1STON NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY.. AUGUST. 9T,. 5924
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I Mr. and Mrs G. W. Pette and son ....Professor: "When were you born -. -------- ----- --

I George Loveland Pettee spent a Boy: "April 2nd." .
La Belle News
pleasant ers and Bokelia Sunday motoring to Fort My Professor; "Late again.'* I


PROTECT YOUR
Professor Bunting who has just
REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE 'MEETSR. .
finished conducting a two weeks Bap Word has been received .of the re- EYES
V Hedges member of the Re-
tist singing class in La Belle openeda cent marriage of Mr. John D. Tompkins -
publfcah State Central committee for They are most valuable
singing class in Felda Monday. of Valetta, N, Y to Mrs. Huer- your A HOTEL
Count attended the meetingof IS SELDOM LIKE HOME
Hendry
Lakeland. i mann of the same city Mr. Tompkinsis possessions. ....
committee at j jHo
the Tom Bethca was let out on bail at well known in La Belle having been
reports that the Glades county
MOORE'S
the preliminary hearing before County the guest of Commissioner and Mrs. Inc.
organization composed of U. G. Hed- "
W, Pettee, Judge Charles 0 Ross Monday. His Seldon L. Stewart for several winters Optometrists OpticiansWest ITS DIFFERENT AT THE ,
chairman, George
ges bond was set at five hundred dollars. and owns considerable propertly in Palm Beach, Fla. ,I
and treasurer was recognized -
secretary La Belle Mr. Tompkins is the President Dr Buck's office Belle Glade Mondays WATANABE
and that John S. Cottrell and |I :
FIRE DEPARTMENT PRACTICE and owner of a large northern Lake View Hospital Clewiston
Mrs M. Valears: were seated and put f
I Most of the citizeens in La Belle paper mill. Tuesdays.
roll members of I ,
on tile permanent as I
the State Central Committee for though a serious fire was in progreess ------. ---- Here you'will find the most pleasing -
I After almots all the citizens ran down
Glades County. ; .
the street much to the sorrow of someit atmosphere coupled with meals
A platform committee was appointedat teL C
turned out to be practice. It is said LADY ,
the meeting and an active campaignwill
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the whistle was heard as far as Alvait just as enjoyed in home.
be made in every county in the you your
was so loud.
ATTENDANT
state at the next election. I \
Sixty counties in Florida were rep-j mJJ1flif A few rooms are now; available for
Master Earnest Hall spent Thursdayin

resented.' and harmony ruled throughout. Sears as a guest of the Pumphries. TEL Ti" v1 413 Hibiscus Street guest. who i intend to, make Clewiston.

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A. C Wright and family and everalLa West Palm Beach their home:.

COMBINED FAREWELL# PARTY I Belle children spent Sunday at i iI I

The Royal Neighbors lodge, the Crescent Beach : : '
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Queen Esther Bible Class and the I, i C i I I. ENJOY YOURSELF AT THEThe
Ladles Missionary society gave a Carroll Christie and Glenn Magill ( !

combined farewell surprise party at I!i motored. to Atlanta where they will ,i CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY Iii

Judge and Mrs. Richards'; home in ;. spend two weeks. ; .
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Mrs. Fringe who left -- I
honor of for -
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Michigan. Delicious refreshmentswere Reveren Sam Durrance, county Watanabe HotelMRS.

served and Mrs- Pfluge was commissioner of Harddee County was I

presented a platinum' bar pin as a visiting In La Belle.

farewell party.. i I J. Peadro acompanied G. W. and, PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE I CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.44INAMERICA'S .

II'II'J.L.Pettee. to Fort Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith of Fort 1
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Myers were guests of managare and TUBERCULAR TESTED I
I E. M Magaha, attorney of Fort

Mrs. E.'E. Edwards. of the Everett Myers, 'was in La Belle on business. .,.. I a -.I"T', __ J.I:
Hotel. I I '

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4 t Mr. and Mrs. Wood of Palmd le. "-
Mrs, Edward G. Pfluge and family ; Adolf Bernhardt and siter Pauline,

; and Spencer Aken left for Michigan. I Mr. and Mrs' M. J. Bush and Donald CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY. ] .-_ .....-., "' -9 .

\l Bush were dinner guests of Mr.and. .
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>, Though unofficial, reliable is Mrs. ..
news E. Frcyer at Citrus Center. -- -- ---=n ,
i to the effect that at a recent meeting
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Mayor Carl E I Miss Marie Malokowsky: spent the { .
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Royer was appointed as 'principal of week with her sister Miss Alice Malokowsky I

the La Belle High School to succeed I at Akva. I t 1' ,

Professor Roy E. Sprlngston Mayor :,. _

;Jtoyer was formerly pricipal of the I Master Julius Moon was the guest IYOUR! APPEARANCE COUNTS i iI" xi I .' .... :. "; '. .

La Gelle High School for several years of G."T.. and G. L. Pettee motoring .:F: \.;' ThE CLEWSTONI 1TNN <. /
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and was also principal the Moore to Fort flyers .t "I ..,.r .liJ .:.' I .
Haven School and is a graduate of a i I : : .
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1 Northern College. ]I' The remains of Miss Opal Cross We proud '. of the fact that. have j : : 1\ : 'i: .
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i i. j f I w"efe\lald; to rest at the Fort Denaud s i ./ -r tv :: ; .' : ; : "
Mr. and Mrs. .R. L Sentell are Ceriietery F\meral ',' $ : .
serpices were
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held
under the palms near the Cross l. .
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helped to make Clewiston thriving city, v. | ClewistonOPE Florida
home on Main Street in La Belle. I home, the crowd being so immense. j a '. .. ,

.- I Reverend Tidwell, of the! Church of > : ,\" .:. '.:'... ,; ',' .., ',..:'''- ". :
Mr. Wilbur Marindale of the Lee God officiated at the services and '
I Z| We are pioneers the Barber Business. : |
County Bank of Fort Myers ,is takingMr. i j I Professor Bunting of the Baptist sing- \ > N,:. ALLYEAR:
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A L. Taylor's place in the lug class : '

Bank of La .Belle for a short while. sang. --- .1 J. <, ::;f.: .it;?!;;::.; : j
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J\Ir. Taylor is motoring to Cottonwood ; -.a.
Mrs. Carl 'Bekemeyer Is the owner .', ..;:;.,'.... ; :. _.
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will give possible assist LATEX THEARE PROGRAM n1,11.TiTi iTiTi TiTi iTiTi iTiTi rTTil-'Ti iTiTi TiTiiliTi'iTiTi iliTiiTiTi .!
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By Way ance to cooperative associations he iti .

added. FRIDAY, Aug. 24: "The Woman I |. S! : :

Mrs. Joseph Kettl is spending sev L. A. :Morgan Jr., and Charley Mi- The aim of the marketing bureau Is Love"-the True Story Magazine 1929 11 .

, eral weeks on a vacation in the north ncr motored to. West Palm Beach Sun to build up a system of carload salesof prize story; a thrilling murder mystery !' | ; 0t
day evening live poultry in Florida For this featuring Norman Kerry, Margaret 'm I ,

:. E, J.Kerr. and Miss Jerrye Jeffriesmotored ij I work the bureau has secured F. W. Morris and Robt. Frazer. Extra good.I }j -

to West Palm Beach Sunday N. C. Storey accompanied by his Risher, who for the past few years SATURDAY, Aug. 25: Jack Perrin !H Hand
I has been doing this type of work in
j son, Henry spent the week end in
i 1 Rex (horse) in "Hoofbeats of'ft]
North Carolina with remarkable suc-
Earl and Dick White, and Bill Whit Miami
: Vengeance"--.. old. time rip roaring
combe motored to Brown Farm to at I cess. ,
1 Western Good comedy too
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tend the baseball game last Sunday. 1! .:Miss L, M. Overall manager of thoi -- _,

. i Clewiston branch of) the Western SEPTEMBER BEST TIME TUESDAY, Aug. 27: Greta Garbo in =. .I WE ARE TRYING TO GIVE THE I

0 Miss Laura Matteson of the Good Union telegraph company loft Mondayon TO PLANT SWEET PEAS ""Wild Orchids" supported by Nils .

Samaritan hospital of West Palm a two weeks vacation She will FOR CHRISTMAS BLOOM Asther and Lewis Stone, A tense drama -

,0( Beach will arrive in Clewiston Sunday spendit touring Florida. replete with action and thrills of PEOPLE OF CLEWISTON I

to spend a week with her parents Gainesville, Fla.-September and exotic life and love on the Isle of ,1-: : .

:. I p. Mr. and Mrs_ E. S. Matteson of Celo-I I .J. L Vaugh of West Palm Beach October are the months for planting Java. See the screen's greatest egni- ; .\

'. v tex town. She will leave later to at- was a business visitor in Clewiston. sweet peas for winter flowers, says matic character in a tropical love set- ; : :

tend a summer course in the north.E. W. L. Floyd professor of horticulturein ting; exquisite and fascinating. Come- .I :
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E. Captain. Deane Duff and R. Y. the, College of Agriculture Those dy, "Rainy Days." I I I ; An up to date Men's Ready To Wear .
Goodno of La Belle accompanied -
Patterson were guests at the regular planted in September will make flo

,by Dennis Small was a visitor in luncheon meeting of the Pahokee I.'I' wers by Christmas, while: those "Points FRIDAY WestSATURDAY, Aug." 30: Hoot Gibson in |= _. Shop, featuring the best merchandise .

: Clewiston.4 Business Men's league last Friday. planted in October should bloom in I. ,I -..
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A. M Matheson of Punta Gorda was: Mr. and Mrs. G. W.:R. McConnachie I seed should be planted from in "Pals of the Prairie." I I J"i !!, : __.$,t3I r..!1

r- a business visitor in Clewiston. of the Southern Sugar company are three to four Inches deep. A trench i Il.l.
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0 I I spending a three weeks vacation on a should be dug the desired depth and Next big special: Victor Hugo's 11 = ;E
Osten Lundberg of the Clewiston' "The Man Who La aghs,'-! !
motor lour. the seed dropped In about two inches ''' '
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i iI. two inches deep, leaving the remain-
'''i: '.. J I I Big Gain><> .Shown In I der of the soil in a ridge beside the : WILL DE AMONG CLOTHES .

Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Williamson re-1 Poultry Products trench. As the_, seedlings begin to [ ._, BEST IN GLADES I : :

turned to Clewiston after month'svacation : : ...
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which! they visited some WILSON BROTHERS SHIRTS ,
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14 states _. ?. production !! I .
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t"' ,"".-- .. ......._ I i in Florida is increasing lvlco Oft fo&t 1 'with the fishing industry in Moore it i
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should
I I as the population ot tho state, declared grown 9r'-1 Haven for a number of years and :Mr. : UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY
B. P. Moran was a \business visitor i gauic matter. In addition, about, = ?
I I L. M. Rhodes, s ftt& marketing I Hendry is one of the pioneer fisher- .
in West Palm Beach. ] pound of commercial fertilizer should .
!! commissIoner i1ia1k before the men in the Lake Okeechobee section.Mr. .
. I: poultry section *}( Farters" Week The be used for each square yvar planted. Plant returned recently froman SMITH SMART SHOES.
Eecmarrl S Ames returned Tuesday Select the heavier soils tor ,
stote is ntt\V producing only about sweet peas extended tour of the northern cities
aftSf 8p>l\dlrig a few days in Cuba. J JG .;' I whenever possible, advises DOCTOR REED'S CUSHION SOLE : :
professor. .
half tilt fish
of poultry products consumed and he said that the jobbers =
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Mr. Rhodes said, so' there is ample II throughout the north believe that this
t ', V. Hudson, of Hudson The Clo- .: When the Splits reach of
I 'room tor expansion. } a height ,vill be a fairly good year in the fish $10.00 AND $11.50
_' Vhier in Sc- : -
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bring on business. ; thinned t&( distance of four inches FF. = =
. '" : hy section, Mr. Rhodes told ot the a Details of organization are now be- :f; -.L" <; ;. ., ;. : :
pA I IMis. t I apart. Lfght poultry wire makes a very and will be ..< ., .
( : increased facilities which his burl ing completed operations >\ ., ': : ? ;O'T.;< ,
.-.. Henry Whiddeu Of "M66ve Hv I I I good 'trellis. The plants should be = .... -'fC.::
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is now able to offer in marketing poultry soon so shipments F. ( .
'; Yen is in Dr. Nowlin(,'s ho'spi'ta'l.' l 1-t Wng i watered at least once a week during ,
products in Florida. As a. rest bf I will probably leave Clewiston about l
treatment for diabetefe lind' Vs I I t r
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large amount of water.
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recently been or THE "FAIR" AWNING HUDSON THE CLOTHIER!
, Ms.) H. & Fridge = the plants spraying : ;
employed and these men "will 'devote .
children .
her three ent several days SHOPPE -
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in Cle\tl ton this veek on their return their time to helping to mar- i: Hopkins Block ,
the lice with Quality Remembered After ;
marke"t'ihfbrmation.Under with sulphur and spray Long !
kets and give out
North Carb'lina; .
from where they spent '
the present laws each groupof tobacco extract. Price Is Forgotten E ""., ... )0;: = =
'. tfc%' summer.. After spending a few No 10 J-alceview '_ ''i..,'" .. .t 1a
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'a clays here they returned to their home growers I = '''''''''; : '!
I is required to confer with the ORANGE TERRACE Avenue <
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',' t ;at the Lakeview hospital here. Both j i I the speaker said. The marketing bu- N..c. 666is ;ti -.. ? --. ,'. .-', .... ,, ."' ,. .\' ',.'' J' =:itii+=;

:. Mrs.Alston. and the baby are doing'!i : : .
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Mr. and Mrs O. Harvel of Stuart, BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. I : II

f, Fla. spent Sunday as guests of :Mr.; ." .: !It is the most speedy remedy known. Ul1l! rrU! ,r a r !itiHitit.ititHtiitir.itit.itiH; : '. HitHtitmit.ititiit... I
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West Palm Beach spent a clay in i I .. ." ,:::1 ,: :'

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+ -I 1".1.. : '.: 'r" .' -LEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION OUR SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST

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FRH>AY, AUGU'ST.23, 1427'
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PROTECTION ON TOMATOES I Mr. Parkinson. commenting on th<2 pacity In the two pump houses of ap- A. Poche, superintendent of construction EVERGLADERS' TALKS is anticipated

'ALL YEAR ASSURED plan said: prorimately 300,000 gallons .of water and operation and later talked : FEATURED AT JUNIOR I o n our ft will lake 7,000 men
before th i minute. In this district approxiI with officials I payroll during the
"The plan was brought per of the Southern, Sugar CHAMBER OF COMMERCE season. grinding_
(Continued trom pagy 11 merchants for their consideration anthe I mately 23 square miles of northern and the Clewiston companies.Mr. I .1
fact that they were unanimous Everglades will be brough under absolute : Campbell left by bus for Fort (Continued from page 1)t) "It Is expected that given reasonable '

marketed. in favor of it reflects the progressive$ water control. Myers from where he planned to continue i protection, reasons We- freight

Although the senate committee rate I spirit of Clewiston merchants An active '" !'j On the north side of the West Palm up the west coast on his return and it'would pay this Junior achrnber rates ion and a small amount of coopera, \J.J)"

on tomatoes Is half a cent less than committee is working out the de,. Beach Canal, in the cllcan Lake district to the north. I of commerce to spend a million dol- on the part of the state' and local -

the tariff recommended by the house taits of the Labor Day plans and I am i contracts have been awarded for i lIars on an airport for that plane to interests the Sot
committee, the two and a half cent sure that residents and officials ol f: the building up of the levee to elevai -! -- I land, for Mr Dahlberg's plane will will, within seren'' years be pro-

tariff would nevertheless afford considerable adjoining communities will be withus i Hon 21. This levee work extends for ( CANE CREW LOSEi j bring more money into Palm Beach ducing in Florida 5,000,000 tons of

prote-Mon for Glades farm-', on Labor Day: to help .make' the affair I.5 1.4 miles. from section 34 township i TO SHA VANO' county than any other one thing/ for sugar an cane annuallY This will call:
Investment
ers. a huge success"EXTENSION .141' range 37 east to section 18. town- I The Evergladers talks were InterI In' mills alone of

Receipt of Ljndreds of telegramsand ,: ship 42 south range 38 east. Continued from ,page 1 I| speresed with short. talks of welcome some $34,000,000 and a milling capa-

letters from Florida growers and I I I The total pumping capacity of 1-, ;Jby officials of the civic organizations cltiy of some 34,000' tons per day ,_
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others Interested in the protective OFDRAINAGE 650,000 gallons of water per minute in er, Baker; two-base hits, Davis, Shoe-_ of West Palm Beach. II program should' produce in Florida 'I'

tariff preceded the action by the sen- PLAN the drainage districts of the northern smith, L, Van Landingham Monty; I Captain Duff in his talk opened- substantially 450OpO. ton of sugar

ate committee. IS ANNOUNCED Everglades in which the Souther Sugar three. -bae hits, Maxwell, Monty; with a word picture of the Dablberg' annually, which should have a gross' ;

Senator Duncan U Fletcher and I company' has extensive holdings in- struck out, by Baker G, by Gordy 1; Sugar cane industries, recounting the sales value _of about $40,000,000'' Q J .
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George S. Fletcher of Miami were ac-/ ,(Continued from Page 1)) ;I eludes the areas of South Line, Sugar- base on balls, off Baker 2, off Gordy development of the individual enter- /

live in behalf of the tariff schedule I!J ;land Drainage District, Disston Island 3; passed balls, Bolton 2. prises. Attic Transformed!
which would provide adequate protec- side of the West Palm Beach canal In Drainage district Unit C In the South Second Game I j Describing the tariff situation, Captain '
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tion to the growers in the state. j the Pelican Lake District.At Florida Conservancy district, Bare CLEWISTON ab r h po a Duff's talk was swamped under Playground '.

Advices from Washington last week the south line which )Is at present Beach,' Miami Locks' Chosen, Belle Cothern, cf, .................... 5 0 1 3 0 an avalanche of prolonged applause For The Children

stated that the committee wanted to an unorganized drainage districta Glade, Pahokee and Pelican Lake. Burger, ''3b, ,................... 3 0 0 2 1 when lie said: -

place a nine iiiuiuhs a year tariff on I pumping plant with a' capacity of -- -- Shoesmitfi, 3b, ?.............. 2 0 0 0 0 "Plain horse sense would indicate I Rainy weather always made' if dif'. II

the vegetables which would protectthe 60,000 gallons of water per minute will' 1 Bolton, ss, ................ ..... 4 01 2 1 that any Industry wiped out foreign I ficult for the children of NeaiV'
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month of April and a few days in pump house will lie done by the E F. AFTER AUTO TRIP Clialker, If, ......'................ 4 0 0 5 0 ery other domestic industry and thatAmedca's of his work at his home in Riverside,
1'I i THRU 1 14.STATES high standards and the
May. | Powers construction company and 1 ... Alston, c, .............,?.....,.. 4 0. 0 6 1 I Illinois. When they couldn't go- outdoors -,
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the committee Senator Fletcher wrote : days, while the Southern Sugar company ;1., _from_ Pace 1)) I Refer, Ib, .'...'.................... .4. 0 O. S 2 upon the protection of all domestic fun as father must not be disturbed: tI,
"Majority committee has- fixed a Is doing the dredging work with j Wilson, .... .. : industryPSummarizing One rainy day Mr. Smith
when the' I I p, ..?. .......,,..... 4.-0 103 finishing
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rate of two and a halw cents a pound ,' its own equipment. A ISO h. p.Falr- we got to sugar I I J- _ the 'activities of the the work he had on hand, noticed that'the .
engine'Will' 'field of Louisiana, we bacame home. Southern Sugar company in the nqr-j, '.; A
on tomatoes for all months, reducing'l I i banks Morse Diesel be in .i Totals 37 1 7 2S ilSHAWANO ', children were not' around. Mrs.
;'sick and lost little time In getting them Everglades, Captain Duff said
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rate In stalled.
house bill one half of one cent was out for they afternoon .
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per pound. We won our fight In Washington I Virtually all of the work on the i iback to Clewiston '' ab' 'r h po a of immediate plans: he wondered why they, were so iilet. 0

removing seasonal rate on,I lateral canals has been completed, On' his return Mr. Williamson found Bell, ss,. ................:........... 5 0 1 1 2 : "We expect to cut -250,000! tons of Searching the house he found them;
Florida an invitation from the Tampa Rotary L. Vanlandingham 5 1 2 'cane this winter of which we expect playing
vegetables This is a great and activity in this district is now p .. 0 4 in the attic. The place was
thing for Florida meaning millionsfor I centering on the construction: of the /club to address that body at their R. Yanlandinghanr( ; 5b, ? 4 6 1 3 1 to use approximately 50,000 tons for unfinished, and given over to cobwebs,

.the state'annuall '/' ',?,. I. outside levee. Approximately five sec $(regular meeting Tuesday. Taking withjtiim Maxwell. 2b, ..............,... 4 (j'0 2 4 ''seed and to grind approximately 2QO- dust and old trunks but the children-

-' I tions will be drained in this work. I pictures of the sugar cane activities -' Douglas, cf, ...................: ZOO 0 0' ( 000 tons. were having good tfmen and it gave

I Equipment for Unit C of the South /. here, he' made the trip to Tampa'to Lord, Ib, ...........:.?........... 2 0 1 10. 0 "We-.expect to obtain 17,000* tons of, them a place to play where theywouhT

COMMITTEE AT WORK ON I Florida Conservancy district will be l address the Rotarians.ICHICAGOAN xJones .............................. 1 O. & 0* 0 sugar from this year's crop which disturb no one. t-
----- Pope, If, ............ ... will be worth some $2,300,000. I Mr
PLANS FOR LABOR DAY! the pump house which will include .......... I O' (0 1 0 I Smith decided then arrd'' there
three 54 inch Wood screw pumps witha I SEES \ Ul'h, cf-rf; .................,._ 4 1 0 I 0 "Tn: acTtlitfoir from this years canecrop j that he would fix the attic into a play

(Continued from page 1) ./ total capacity of 180,000 gallons o f'j' CANE OPERATIONSI Vanlandingham, c, .. 3 0 I 10 .0 we will have left some I. 5Q.OO_
-- water per minute and three 180 11. p. I.I -- Manes. rt, .......... ..../........ 1 0 0' 0Monte 0 gallons of molasses after sugar Is.ex. menfs and made some rough plans.

bration. On the committee are L. A. I Fairbanks Morse Diesel engines ByrJ i (Continued from page '1)) I IbTotals ,- ........................ 3 0 0 2 0 tracted1. This should be- worth in. the 'I With Celotex standard board, a semi-
neighborhood $ 2O00' In addition.further ,, :rigid
Morgan, Jr., Elbert- L. Stewart, Victor -J ant Tolloway were awarded the contract i -- insulating material which is easily -' It
Blate and Dick C. Miller Ij I for excavation work and the E. ,I II i I The cane is thriving, field work Isj I :! 36 2 6' 30 11 we will have some 30,000 tons cut and applied directly to the

The committee acting for the Clew-I| F.Powers. construction company was !I going forward rapfdly, drainage fsI' x-Hit for Lord in seventh. i i,,I of bagassewhich: will De aged fofuel r j ji I, rafters and' studding, he transformed: III -

istou Better Business league discussedthe awarded the contract for the pump being pushed and the work on )the ad z-L Banlandi'ngham out, hit by ,!i I this year at Clewiston.. the dasty old attic into a spacious

proposed plan with officials of house foundations.This dition to the Clewiston factory is re- batted"ballf two' out when w1'nnfug'1ruu "The Southern Sugar &ompany"s,1i j jI playroom. ;
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the Southern Sugar and the Clewiston drainage work In Unit C will markable. Success certainly seems as I I I '! the insulating quality of the
g companies an nediately: went forward cover approximately 14 sections or approximately sured.'' I I Clewiston .................. 000 100 000 0-11 i gram I: has involved; the' fun stm.ent 01over 'material th' attic, which: In'the ..summer
Shawano ............ '! $5,000,000. in Florida this year had been
with the pmns for the event. fourteen square miles.In Making the trip fromVest Palm:! ..... 000 000 100 1-2 I. a veritable bake oven,' 14
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Since this is the first celebrationto the Pahokee district, east Unit, Beach by antomobile, Mr. Campbell Errors, Cothern, Burger 3, Bolton: 'I Sugar program of the Southern was cool and livable. He installed a*" '

be sponsored by the Clewiston Better -i contract for excavation work and construction spent several hours at Canal coin i I j two-base hits, Baker, Silsby; stolen company will involve'' a. further I II radiator for use In the winter but
investment of over 6,000',000' m FlOrI -- found
Business league nothing will be I of pump house foundation. where accompanied by F": E. Bryant bases, Vanlandingham; struck ol1t'i]|I I Ida. I that it was hardly) necessary

left undone to make the affair a suc- J was awarded to E.F Powers construction vice president of the Souther Sugar"i{l by Wilson 5, 1 by>' L. Vanlandingham 2; ]1 I I 'due to the fact that the heat of the
cess. According to the plan outlined I company: and, in the unit company he made a tour of* the property -'j bases on balls off Vanlandingham 2; ,, "We hare at the present, time over'' house) from the furnace rose to the

there will no't be a dull moment from I I will be two pumping plants, the firsti on the east side of the Jake. t 1 sacrifice hits, Douglas, C. Vanlanding-: 1000 will people have on our payroll 3500 In Floridaand the- attic and was prevented by the Celo-
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the official start of the celebration i I i with two Wood screw pumps of GO 000 Arriving in Clewiston in the afternoon };ham, R. Vaulandingham. from escaping through the
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shortly after noon until the last gallons of water per minute each arid the Chicagoan visited cane fields(
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