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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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, : ..T. CELEBRATION JSJ!I APPOINTMENTS LOCAL. SCHOOLTeachers FLOOD CONTROL, LETTER, FOUND.SHOWING ... THURS.PLAN 'TERMINATEDMerchants CLOSING GLADES, BOARDSPERFECTED'IN -I




:; VOTED SUCCESS Five Of Six r GROUP .. MEETING'. CANE. : Of fie i a 11 y ,

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; .' : ".( of the faculty of .six for the I --:- ...Clewiston officially recognized the West Palm Beach And

Labor Day Program Full Clewiston school have already been I Williamson Says State I Possibilities Are close of the summer season this week

;; Of Events announced week Has Paid Share For with the termination of the Thursday Okechobee City chosen
Interesting named, it was this Shown In Old Paper i
afternoon closing plan which has
Cecil Owen, school trustee i A Headquarters. Offi
by William, s
Acclaimed Success in Flood Relief Received Here. ,been in effect since the first Thurs-
,- who said that the sixth teacher Are Elected-
day in May. cers
From Every Standpoint] the local school will be a man. The
I Protection from floods of Lake The status''' of the cane indus- With the first Thursday in Septem
a ______ local school will 'open on Monday,, I sugar ,
Success crowned the efforts of the I September 30. Okeechobee may be secured, without ; try in Florida from 1850 to 1860 was her the Thursday closing plan was Selection of West Palm Beach as

j J' members of the Clewiston Better Mrs.. J.E.. Bearsley* will again issuing a large amount of bonds for.i i i; sEen'this week in a copy of a report discontinued and local, stores will remain permanent administration headquarters

Business League whq sponsored the I serve as principal and, assisting her the property ,owners of the District ,. by Robert Gamble' of :Manitou open all day Thursday until next and Okeechobee City as engin-

gala Labor Day; celebration' held in will be Miss Jamye Williams of Rich- to pay was tho announcement-authorized -tmade., Tampa";Bay' 'in December 1851. summer. (' eering headquarters together with the

,'' ">>I decision Monday afternoon and. Monday land Ga.,' Mrs.Yancey. who taught by F., Williamson of Clewis ; report contained in a letter, is Every member of,,' the Clewiston presenting of a petition by F. L

;., ton, following a meeting of the Executive ,a( follows: I Better Business League cooperated Willamson pledging support of the
evening. Not only was, there a here last year. Mrs. ,Mary Skeldon t \association.
I'! Florida Flood Control
I, record number of Clewiston p'eople who is an experienced teacher in Board of the, Florida Flood, ]r "The cane cultivated in this State in the halt day closing plan and the
also Control Association at Miami. I has been brought originallY from ;| few merchants who refused to close featured the first meeting of the
there
but
.. present were large I I Florida schools and Miss Elta What- :
announcement is of timely interest gained nothing through failure to co- newly formed Okeechobee Flood Control -
\ delegations present from neighboring ley of Fort Meade.'Appointment' Tins! Georgia, having extended gradually

towns and the celebration was consi- I of the sixth teacher 'xiomiug almost on the anniversary !l|\south, from the Carolinas, keeping operate. I and Everglades drainage boards,
in West Palm Beach Wednesday
dered a huge success from every will be announced in the near future. of the catastrophe of 1928 when pace with the advancing civilibatlon, I '
I 0 With Governor Carlton
; standpoint; I! more than 2.000 people ,were drowneby d, '' and becoming more developed, as it I acting as
I chairman of the Flood Control board
Aside from being a great social suc- the waters of L'ake Okeechobee.,, approached the tropics., With us it is JEFFRIES WINNER

cess the program also proved to the PARENT TEACHER Aroused by the fearful loss of life,, more'' perfect than in any, other territory Howard Selby of West Palm Beach

satisfaction of the local merchants plans to insure against a repitition of f of the Union, annuallf arriving IN I was named as vice 'chairman and
LOCAL TENNIS
8 I William Griffis of Okeechobee pityas
that Clewiston dollars can be kept at the disaster were begun immediatelyafter i at maturity, tasselling, and bearing

'- home on holidays and capacity business !- I I GROUP PLANNING'FALL I' the storm. President Hoover, an 1 seeds; these seeds are exceedingly S temporary secretary Clewiston is
I represented on the Flood control
was reported during the day not I experienced engineer, after visitingthe minute, and it is generally supposedthat TOURNEY MONDAV I
: board by Captain F.Deane. Duff.
(Please turn to page 4; ACTIVITIES region stated that proper ,study they are inadequate to the reproduction -I
I A Milam iMami
Marcus of was
- ---- should result in enginring works 1 of the cane. I think, that I I I
elected chairman of the Everglades
": I I which would protect lives and property in consequence of the annual maturity Dairyman Outc, 1 asses
: I drainage board Other members of
. PEANUT PLANTERS I I in ,the region. The Florida Flood of ,our cane, its vitality is pro res-
I I Mrs. R. Y. Patterson To : I Sam Woorham In Exciting Please turn to Page 8
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Control Association, of Mr. :;:sive,11 furnishing a perfect and healthy.

: Continue To Work for j i Williamson is President, and interested -:''plant The culture of the sugar cane i o Match. I f

"t.,' BAG PENNANT FOR School Improvement ; citizens of every county in the ont1 I e large scale is comparativelyof I I"" I II OPPORTUNITIES IN

;, District are members was formed fo recent date in Florida; our experience i I In one of the fastest tennis !matches

kY ''! ,:, EVERGLADES GAMES work on the problem.: After being di-,, and knowledge of its culture are I ever seen in Clewiston, O. L. Jeffries PEANUT GROWING" I
With the reopening of the local
reeled to report to Congress the En- consequently imperfect. In South Flor : proprietor of the Clewiston Dairy com
, school 30, 'members of : 1
: on September ,
---- gineers of the United States Army ida, we find that our canes will rat- I pany beat Sam Woodham in the

Shawano Beats Clewis I the Clewiston Parent-Teachers'-: ,drew' up plans for a system of dikes (I, toon well for five years; but I believe finals of the community wide tennis SHOWN IN IMPORThc i
i ciation will for (
} meet to form plans
: 'I around the Lake, which with additional that the conviction Is general, that tournament which ended here Labor c
I : ton; Belle Glade For I further benefitting the local school 1
'0' outlets for the excess flood waters :we should not rattoon longer 'than I Day. As Clewiston fennis champion
., continue their work, b vin'g'the I I Ii
and of
; feits Monday Game 'I it is believed will accomplish the three years; which. with the 'first or Jeffries was presented with the silver 35,000,000 Pounds Of
Clewiston school placed on the p i I f
,\) -- t needed, protection The estimated I,i.plant crop makes a term of four cup \offered by Blate Brothers Department

:' : ;.,.-. Shawano boys from the Brown Pea- I state accredited list, it was announced /Please, turn to Page S {Please turn to page 4))' I store.Presentation. I! Peanuts Imported ,
i'f' 0 nut Farm' cinched the the yesterday by Mrs R. Y. Patterson, :'I
pennant .in
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o president of the Parent-Teacher association i
, \ Everglades League here last Monday i by Captain F Deane Duff, general

': \,; -<: when they. trounced Clewiston 4-0 I WORK PUSHED ON i i RMLROADWORKIN :I of the Clewiston' comP:mnvmanager ,. "f" in
of raising
JI | Opportunities peanut
and although there is more baseballto Despite the big strides taken by the I
; who in a short talk praised the, spirit reflected
be played in the league this Sun parent-teacher group last year under '.' i, the northern Everblades were
i of the local in
Mrs. Patterson's direction several ad- LARGE DRAINAGE"WORK 'I I CANAL POINT j merchants sponsoring this week in receipt of statistical
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day, the peanut planters, have the pennant i the Labor, Day program and paidI that
data from Washington showing'
in the bag In the second game ditional details must be attended to I I j
high compliment to the Blate Brothers -
i 'o :II 0 0 before the school is placed on' the apcrediled S : I more than 35,000,000 ,pounds of pea-
double the
of the header Monday :
:, .r" 'IN GLADES NEARLY FINISHEDTracks. ', for their community, spiriu-in, en- nuts were" -shipped I into this country .
list and one-of" the first
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clashed with Belle Glade
'"....,. Cane Crew ." ', couraging the athletic events
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"' c:.B1' from China from October 1 to July
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;;;. ,";:;:; but the game was forfeited by I -- II j The match was in doubt almost un- 31, 1929.
: Belle Gladers because the absence
of I
Progress On $650,000 Please turn to Page S
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1 Wye Loading Farmers of the northern Ever-
of some of their players, and the resulting i

I'" last minute substitutions.. TAX RATE IS SET Project Is ReportedBy Spurs To Be Ready I glades are watching with keen itnter-

est the successful operation of the
The double header which 'part'or' j
was
Patterson NEW CANE KNIVES '
the abor Day celebration program BY COMMISSIONERSCounty R. JD, Three Weeks I, Brown Peanut farm' east of Belle

Glade and farmers of this sec-
I many
attracted large crowds although the
: baseball played was not up' to,. the Rapid progress on the $650,000 There will approximately three PLACED IN MILLuiPmen tion are studying the peanut situation
/ I drainage project, contracts for which
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the possibilities a profitablesummer
for as
:' :,' .:: standard set by the l league teams during Millage Fixed were awarded a few weeks ago, was more weeks of work 1 by! the Cornell estimates
: -, : I crop Conservative
'f; ': the past few months
1" 1 j'" ./ At Sneci3Meeting.I reported here this week by R. Patterson Young company to complete the laying -
place the probable returns on a crop
: : < Collins Bro'vn Farm Extra To Increase
;" .t' ;"f' twirling for tEfficiency
'. :'" who is supervising the drainage :: ,
.: :';"w:. ;" of tracks in the Canal Point division I of peanuts at $150 per acre
:':'.: :, .-:'/; pitched a good game allowing Clew In La BelleIlendry summer
,,' ,;':? work ; 0 |, of the Southern Sugar company i In I net.
iston
hits ,
: ;, onhtwo one by Beardsley ------ / Construction of cofferdam -
a preparatory 'I
! f{ and the other by efty: Baker county's millage for the to excavating for the foundation it was learned this week from Cane Grinding Tll report on the 'importing of .peanuts -

.1 to(': -.4 i;.1.4 Pete Wilson's ,good pitching forClewiston 1920 tax roll was officially set at a on the ,new pumping station in I I(i sugar officials. \ ,I Shipments from China of ,Chinese*read in peanuts part: ,to

..-; '::'< : ..;' failed to bring results because I.meeting of the county commissionersin the South Line district has been com I The Cornell Young company is constructing Installation of a set of Farrell revolving : the United States from October 1,

'',:"' ;;;':'_' ft:. of poor support.. I ,La Belle when the millage for county pleted. ,i a network of tracks thrpugh cane ,knives in the cane carrier '! 1928 to July 31, 1929 amounted to 28.
< 'il';i. In the second game, the fact that : expenses was set at 32 mills with The excavation work will be completed j4.. was completed this week at the
forfeited I (I I the sugar cane fields, and four loading :' 437 pounds of shelled and 7,578,000
'j :.. Jr/-' Belle Glade had before it 119 mills for special road and midge within the'' next few days and I Clewiston, factory. of the SouthernI
according
, ,: :..< N;' (Please turn to 4)) spurs where, th& sugar cane is pounds of unshelled nuts
'.1 page district No 2 and 3 and sepcial tax pouring of the concrete foundationfor Sugar company where work of constructing -

<>:; ,y, I school districts 4, 5 and 6.The assessed the pumping plant will be started transferred, .. from the tractor trains to I the 2,500 ton a day addition i!, to the Bureau of Agricultural Economics for-
months
Nine shipments
.'" ",',.; '.'.'- .. I valuation of property subject immediately, it was announced by Mr.I the railroad cars. to the mill is progress ing rapidly I
.i to 50194,000 ,-
/:. e ,: Season End SaleAnnounced I ( the previous year amounted
'f .-i"II. : to taxation was fixe'd at,,42,550,496. I Patterson. The pumping station which j The contract under which the rail- The cane knives which are driven lby j!! pounds of shelled and 14,579

,/r\:;): ." HereIn In the, general revenue fund the' es- is in the unorganized drainage distrIct' road construction company is workingalso a 50hp Westinghouse motor are placed I II I j' pounds of unsheled, peanuts.

;'::!. '' :: --- timated expenses were placed at south of the Sugarland drainage district in the carrier to chop the cane before
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I' : : : includes the installation of a
.1 ',jr.,-t+ accordance with the policy of $14,539 for which the millage will be'' will have a pumping capaity of it gets to the first crusher, an added !I] 1/ r __

..:!r', the store never to carry seasonable I six mills. For the fine and forfeiture '''r 60.000 gallons, of water per minute. loading spur in ,the South Bay. tern- efficiency in sugar cane grinding. ;' Farm Coop Move I

,. .,: merchandise over from one season to ,fund there is an assessment ,of two I'I In the Pahokee drainage district, tory but also on the Florida'\ East Erection of the new nine roll mill ,, / '

1) i; f_ : another, Elate Brothers are today mills to provide the estimated $4,846 Mr.Patterson. reported that the coin Coast railroad lines. is practically complete the setting up I I1 Meets Approval
4 I I
rii' "' launching their "Season-End Sale.*' needed for annual expenses '. I II I crete foundation has been poured for It was also announced in the officeof of the mill having been finished and ;c

; The sale Is' not limited to any particular j Although $7,550 is the estimated the double pumping unit which is also the sugar company that material the work in this department now I Organization of the Co-operative

'?fl'+ department but is stores Ide, 1 amount needed. in the road and bridge part of the $650,000 project. The I has been ordered for the constructionof centering on detail such as putting upstairs j i Marketing association for the pro-
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!/ 'and every. item, according to the own fund no millage' has been set in this! pumps in the two houses in this dis- a negro camp in the Canal Point and runways and other inciden1, tection of farmers of the northern Everglades -

; ... ers has been drastically reduced in instance- since there is a 'surplus of trict will be five 54 inch Wood screw territory. The location is at the end tals. Is meeting with whole hearted -

I t: { price. As on former sales campaigns, ,approximately $17,845.26 which will type with, .a total capacity of 300,000 of the railroad about two and a half I Noticeable progress is being madein endorsement of the majority of the

) ,1 the store is expecting a large number be sufficient for the needs of the department -!I! gallons of water per minute miles south of ,the present sugar mill. the laying of the brick work for farmers, it was reported in Belle

i(: .J. ', of out of town shoppers, who have I I I Mr. Patterson: also announced' that Plans for the camp include the con-I the boilers and this work will probably : Glade this week.Launched .

; 1: .:; long'ago discovered that mate Broth- A surplus of $5,824 55 in the publi- in the Pahokee district there are two struction of 40 negro houses for negro be finished this month It was re by Dr. W. J. Buck and
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\' ers as well as other Clewiston stores city [fund eliminated the necessity' of draglines engeged in the excavationI laborers, a large mess hall and a com- ported. Three sections of the large Jim O. ,Dardeu city officials of Belle

? ,.' are generally! offering economic opportunities setting a millage' to provide the required I and concrete work on the pumping missary building.., The camp will be steel smoke breeching connecting the Glade the movement for the cooperative -

. for the thrifty shopper. $2,500 publicity fund, and In I I 1 houses and in addition to these there used by field laborers of the sugar boiler furnaces with the 205 foot association has resulted in several

-r 1 Details of Blate's sale will be found the agricultural fund although $1.250 I I'' are five dragllnes working on canal company .. smokestack arrived this week and meetings of the farmers to per-

Pt on another page of this paper. Please turn to page 8 j excavations L I will be installed in the near future. fect the permanent organization and

) Work on other details of the $650- New structural steel for the exten- some 40 new members have joinedthe

. : 000 drainage project Is also progressing Dick Miller\ HighIn 1,1 Please turn to page 4: I group during the past few weeks.
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DAHLBERGS RETURN FROM THRILLING 4 rapidly, it was said, ---

Competition For FORTY MERCHANTS TURNED AWAY EACH

- JOURNEY THROUGH UNEXPLORED NORTH _,O. E. S. Chapter For Sale of Insurance II i


-- Pahokee Is Planned !I MONTH BECAUSE OF STORE SHORTAGE
r OutclassIng' a field tit 27 Insurance .
Mrs. B G Dahlberg. wife of the of the Women of Glades ..
Crees, and the necessary sup By salesmen from the Palm Beach office .
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t: President The Celotex Company, plies including two tents. of the Gulf Life Insurance company, f { \.

reported many exciting experiences I II On August 1. the two women, with Plans for the organization of a Pa- Dick t. Miller of Clewiston last week i Further evidence of the nped of more merchants do not have enough money
I
I ';,:', on her, return to Chicago today from'a their'guides, started to, explore. Their hokee chapter of the Eastern Star sold in the Clewiston territory more- stores, homes and apartments'in I"to finance the. construction of ato

:J canoe trip over hundreds of miles first destination was Oxford a fur were discussed at a meeting in the ''I I than vany other two salesmen in the I Clewiston was refJected this week in building although they had enough
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,:''. wild unhabited territory along the trading post 218 miles distant.For I of lease building and stock
,j '.. Seminole dining room last' Saturday Palm Beach office. (reports from real estate brokers sign a on a

North Hudson Bay country four days they traveled in their ca- when George C McLarty. Worshipful The Clewi<:;tonite's activity, estab-,t town that an average of mope than their store.

;J' Eager for new thrills, Mrs. Dahl noes as rapidly as the numerous portages master of the Everglades lodge lishM a new' record in the Palm, 40 merchants per month make applications A study of the situation this week

,'.,/. ,. berg, accompanied by Mfa. Sidney encountered would permit 211 F and A. M. and postmaster of I,Beach office N for store space 'in Clew ston, showed that a building with from

f ; Neely of Memphis, Tennessee July camping at night in I the desolate- Pahokee presided.Interesting "The fact said Mr. Miller "that !I and in addition' to these there are' at three to, six stores on theground

.., \ } 20 set out! from Redcrest, the Dahl gions where most of the red and alks on Eeastern Star the Gulf Life was established in I least half a dozen prospective mer- I floor with from six to ten apartments

berg summer home In Rainier, Minnesota blue fox furs are trapped. On the work were made by Miss Lillian Kll- Florida 19 years ago, and has growir I chants from other communities visit-]: above could be completely rented to-

of for Winnipeg where they took ,fifth day the party traveled 55 miles patrick, Mrs. Harris a. east: worthy i until it in now, the largest, company )I'[ ing, the Clewiston News each week I responsible tenants practically before i

II- an airplane to Norway ,House. Here across Oxford Lake, startipg at four matron of the 0 E S and Mrs. with ,home offices in the ,:fixate, with for information on Clewiston. the construction of such a building ;

the Hudson;Bay Company furnished o'clock In the morning after the In. Paircloth A large number? of Inter- contracts for every need,brought' results -I'I Because of poor business conditions was well under way, 'I' \

f'':, them with t\.io' 18' foot canoes, four dians had rigged the canoes with sails ested people were present and a"charter j. more than any special sales:ability in many: other sections of the state, I The situation in homes' and apart-' ''.'

';, Indian- guides'\ one' of whom was Chief (Please turn 'to page 4) will be sought in the"near future. on my part. a large majority: of the prospective Please turn '"toi avae If-
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PAGE( TWO 5 SEPTEMBER 6, 1929

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LEGAL NOTICE ", in and, who executed ''the foregoing instrument : ''
The Clewiston News I I I and 'who acknowledged before

Successor to The Clew ston Progress me that he 'executed the same. 1 'iLtetL S
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY freely and voluntarily for. thei l' 'phr- LADY
FOR LETTERS' PATENT poses therein expressed. "

S, 1928, at the post office I IPl. I WITNESS my hand and ofliclalseal .J '
Entered as sec c lyd-clasa matter February j) at Chicago. Tl\, this 29. .th 'day of ATTENDANT '
it : ) .
whom concern
To -
iaicb 3, 1879. may I erthiijii
at Clewiston. Fid., t.iuier uu- .\Cl)1 ,1 ..so take notice that the under July, A. D. .1929.S. M, Erickson
intend to '
signed subscribers apply to

LOUIS.A. MORGAN ........,.................,.....:..,..........'.................... Publisher I ernor the Honorable" of the State Doyle of E.Florida Carlton,. at>: Gov-i the ,!,I My Commission,C: Florida '.expires Notary. 723O'State Public.' TEL 413 Hibiscus Street ")

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-' I capital, Tallahassee, Florida, for letters of 812'a ,

.. .................. .,... ....... ... Editor ''patent on a proposed charterfor County.: of Hendry, Beach
TQM. SMITH'f' ..........'....................."........ ,' Clewiston Telephone Company on4 I tl.hereby -ccrtlfy-.'that ,on tljiM>;; ,:day/ I "

the 13 d.ay'of September A. D. 1929, personally appeared .fcpfpre me,' an oi>
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Subscription Kates fleer duly authorized; administer I "
,which said date is not less. 'than five I' : '. .. ., .
oaths and take 'acknowledgments', F. t. t> lot. ;"" ; 55 :' "' ,

'- ((5)) .days after the, said proposed char- Deane Duff, to me well known ,and f, -', -..," ... c. .. 10 ,.,' '" -'" ,. I It. -S_
of Florida By mail in Florida ter shall have, been' 'published, and known to' me to be the' Individual de- .
outside
By' mall,) I $2.UO that a( copy of the proposed' charter: scribed in. ,andwh.p executed the foregoing ,1 i Make The ;
One year. 52.50, One year (the original, of which is now on file : instrument, and who 'acknowlledge.d c
mouths- 1.50 Six ,months 1.OU In the office of the 'Secretary of before me. that he executed the
Biz .- ..75NEWS' State) is as follows:, same' freely and 'bolunt for. the
125 Three months rily POINSETTIA
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Three months CHARTER OF CLEWISTON TELEPHONE purposes therein expressed. HOTELi I II

COMPANY WITNESS my hand and official I
Know all men by these presents: I, seal at Clewiston, Fla., this 20th day i
PLATFORM '
That the undersigned have associated -I of July, A. D. 1929. I Home While In West Palm
Beach
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. themselves for the purpose of be- Fraces M. Small

2. Early completion of the bighwaY' for local transportation and action coming of incorporated the business for of a the Telegraphad trans- My Commission expires Notary 11430.Public. I { "// Pleases Us To Please You" ..

concentration of products.substantial Telephone:: Company, pursuant to State of 'Florida
the pvoslttons of Chanter II and SnV I 'EARLE ,CRESSWELL
downward revision of freight rates on vegetables: and; County of Heiulry Manager ,
Z. A Chapter VII of Title III of Fourth D -

ohRr. pu iluui'!, oi misiepn n TO the nhiin ma I'it\.t.' vision of Compiled General Laws of personally I hereby appeared certify that before on this me.an day Cbrl. CLEMATIS & DIXllE HIGHWAY jIo
for Florida ((1927)) as amended, and do
marketing association I I
cooperative administeroaths
4., The tint functioning ot a certify as follows: I officer duly authorized to, ,'
and take acknowledgments, .
both buying and selling purposes. 1. The name of tho corporation is ,
I CLEWISTON TELEPHONE 'COMPANY Malcolm W. Bigg, to me well known ,
-' and .known to to be the individual
'i me
and its place of business shall be
'described In and who excuted theforegoing' |

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1929 > at of Florida.CJewiston, Hendry County, .State. instrument, and who acknowledged -:...:..:..:..:.+ :. :..:-:..:. :..:.: : :..:.::+:-: -:- .:.:-:-:-:. :. :-: : :-:-:..: :... : : : -H--H-i. '
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I' me exe-
2. The general nature of the business
I OPPORTUNITY'' ,< to be. transacted is to be as- cuted the same freely and voluntarilyfor .! -
follows: the puproses therein evpressed ''.. UNITED LINES RANSFER'CO.. *
WITNESS official .
hand
my man '
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) 'I and To generally acquire, manufacture deal in telegraph, buy, and sell seal at Clewiston, Fla., this 20th' day : I 809 S. Poinsettia St. 3 I:

The passing'of Labor Day ''marks, the official end of the summer in the telephone instruments, machines and of July, A.Fraces D. 1929.M. Small .._ ''West' Palm) Beach Phone, 20763(> 4

apparaus; o consruc, exec, build, ope- : I
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winter rate, and maintain telegraph and Notary Public. '::. .
north and in the beginning of preparations for the busy season Commission I;
My expires 11430. ,

Apartment house owners are planning, cleaning: up ary.l renoyatlong of apartments lines telephone, and pole exchanges lines, conduit and stations or cable for State County of'of'Florida.Hendry. I I .j Daily] Freight i },! :' delivery to Canal Point, Pahokee, Belle Glade South :fI fI"i' :

the transmission'an'd reception of ,. .. Bay and Clewiston. 'r
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I hereby certify that this day .
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forward the opening of the season for messages by electricity, wire or wireless ,. j .
merchants looking .. $
and .are instruments personally appeared before me, an .. I t
to receive and
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officer duly authorized to admlulbter' *" {)o,
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of stores are 'anxiously to transmit messages by signal or other :: "t r Connection with Miami Line h :- .
increased business, while owners empty hoping device 'and by 'any and all other elc- oaths and take acknowledgment: R.- .' : :,)
Y. Patterson to well known and ?
trical devices and contrivances from, me :r : ,
have them occupied during: the winter visitor season., 'upon, 'and by 'wire or wireless Instru- known to 'me to be the individual de- .. . 4 .

/ .. ments and any and all ''similar kindred 'scribed in and who excuted the ,foregoing ,I 'Sl''r'l... .:-..:l"iS": : ,. :''s i-l-'l"l l-:t--: : :. :-:..:. :..: :. :..:..:- :..:- :....-:..:-:+:-----r--: : : ":.+":.
under in other cities of the state, Clewr instrument -'k "- "> -,*" v *r*
While these preparations are way and like instruments and devicesto and who acknowledged : ,, .
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ahead for an transmit and receive' messages' for same freeely before me and that 'he excuted the the _.... I. ... .... .... ... A' .-.,._.. ... _
iston. having enjoyed a prosperous summer is forging steadily hire over, upon, and by wire and voluntarily for ...
wireless systems of telegraphing and purposes therein expressed
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even busier winter season. WITNESS my hand and oficiaiseal
telephoning by any ann all systems
I at Clewiston, Fla this 20th day .
and devices for transmitting and reCeiving -: ," I
:Mill contsruction is being pushed; thousands of additional acres of messarges. To -buy, build. or of July, ,A. D. '1929.. I, ::- ,d' ,, ,, '. ( r I
.' ., Cause be built Fraces M. Small !I '. ) .'
\ to. operate and maintain t; I
ground will be planted. to sugar cane and additional ,thousands of acres. are stations for the transmission and Notary Public. I / ."|f;\.. : Announcing, the opening or .'

i / reception of telegraph and telephone State My of Commission Florida. expires'/l-14-30. I i1 ?.:) '.' '> '.'

being put into truck crops. messages by wire or wireless '
i systems ,County. of, Hendry. i .: : ; vln
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\ ,under franchise otherwise, and to v'V. /, : DENTAL. OFFICES
F. Deane Duff, Malcolm W Big"and J
Business /opportunities were never, more, brilliant, than in Clewiston and' carry: on the business of transmitting .
R. .
Patterson, being; each duly J
i and receiving messages from such {;.\ '
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severally, sworn on their'rlspective "
the northern Everglades, today, stations To acquire by purchase, I ,
leaselicense oaths, severally say that they are a ; : rl
or otherwise and to .
I 1 :1.: The Hopkins Block Of '
of the subscribers to the
majority .
hold lands property, and buildings I ..... ,...
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Last week, the representative of a telegraph company arrived in Clewistonand proposed charter of Clewiston Telephone y
necessary or useful in the condlct of' 1 _. \
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the business of 1 I Company; that it is intended I ; I
telegraph and telephone
wasdesirous of signing a three year lease on a building in which to in good faith to construct maintain "
companies under 'wire-- and I : '
I wireless system,.' and in I and operate the telegraph line menII j I ;\: .QR.JOHN'A.DERSON I I
connection .jr"
establish) local office there ( ,
a But he learned that is not a store, apartment therewith tioned in the proposed charter

>* to manufacture and construct F. Deane Duff ., .. :'.. Dentist .
machinery, instruments,
or home to rent at any price, and local real estate agents inform us that ratus, wires and any and all other appar-materials Malcolm W Bigg '. '"

R. Patterson. ,-
and articles used with or Clewiston Florid
there is a long waiting list of,applicants for stores, and apartments taining to telegraph) and telephone per- Sworn to and subscribed before me ,

lines and the. telegraph and telephonebusiness. this 20 day of July, A. D. 1929. I : ..
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In Clewiston, today. one may erect several stores and apartments with' the Frances M. Small .
\ And the said corporation shall have I Notary: Public, State of Flirida I
assurance that both stores and apartments 'Will undoubtedly be rented long possess. and exercise all other powers: at Large. ,

and he subject to all limitations and My Commission expires. Jan. 14-, I -, -

.. before the building is completed. Where .else. in Florida or in the_country for regulations contained in the general 1930 II

Acts under which it is incorporated .1 '
that matter is ,there a parallel to this condition? 3. 'The ,amount of capital ,stock ,1- .j
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authorized and the 'number'and :. } .
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Several fine new homes are under construction ,or planned for the immediate value of the shares into which it is -I' .\ for Economical Transportation r ;r.. ..I
divided ',; ,: : -v: ; (
shall be one' thousand ((1000)) I c

future and the local building and local association. several applicants shares, without nominal or par value. .-,: h"...' .. ,_ 'j ;
and at no time shallf a corporation I I t>; ;:e '6

on the waiting list; people; who will start construction of homes as have outstanding more than this number ,. .. : .. '- I
of shares. .. ".. 4j)
soon as the' loan association is able to take care of them. 4. The term for :which the corpora- I I ; /; Remarkable Sh:- ylinder Enb'uieChevrolet's

; tion is to exist is to be perpetual, : remarkable
six-cylinder
5. The business'of
the is
With the constantly expanding' operations, of. the? Southern. ". '. Sugarcompany' to be conducted by a President"and Company I i engine impresses you most vividly by 10-
V -las itssensational1ysmoothpenormance.
Vice President and General Managerand
a background Clewiston"today offers tW a greatest. opportunities snot only a Secretary and Treasurer and .', At every speed you enjoy that silent

they shall be elected at the,, annual ..:.' n'..: ., velvet-like flow of power: which is char-
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in .the state but in the entire Sout iland. ./', I meeting which is to be held during : '. acre rlstlcofthetrulyfuteautomobile!

.. \ \ the* month of January In each :year, .
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THE PAJAMA, FAD '. those elected at the first election I "

v shall be qualified, are: i i i that ; .
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:\ President G. Dahlberg
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F1SfiER ,
Vice President
I and General Manager _

This 'season's pajama fad among men, which such F. Deane Duff; 5) '
was I given : .impetus Beautiful Fisher Bodies,
Secretary and Treasurer, MalcolmW. ,

through street in Bigg. v .' the Mue of With their low, graceful, sweeping .
appearances nocturnal garb
by Editor Saunders of North G.. The highest amount of prove I lines and smart silhouette, their
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I ness or liability to which 'the
Carolina, may be something::\ more than a passing novelty.We ration$250,000.00.can any time subject' indebte-I I {;),f-o 1\10\ ample sparkling room color for passengers combinations and their and


doubt that the actual wearing of night clothes in daytime will become 7.A. statement of the place from :IB rv (I' rich bodies upholsteries-the the Chevrclet new Fisher
on Six
I and to which the line, is to be constructed represent
general, even in torrid weather, but the idea of more sensible clothing for' and maintained and operated ; one of Fisher's greatest achievements. I

\ 'us length as near as may be, and the CHEVROLET SIX r.1'i

men is one which seems bound to become more widespread Already we name of each county in the State ,
through or into which it is made, or : ""' 7 I
7'
have ssen a revolt against the stiff-bosomed shirt the' intended to be made, is as follows: 1' .
starched collar and :i .r\ .
Immediate operation will be con .The new Chevrolet Six is shattering .:...5 -
hi "
the barrel cuff. even though the comfol'ta'ble fined to the townsite of Clewistonand r '
suspenders' old have been previous record of Chevrolet -- ..:
I I A adjacent mill find sugar mill sug- '. every -

largely superseded by the often distressing 'belt plantations of Southern Sugar success-not only because it provides -
I Company, in Hendry County. Florida Outstanding: Economy
comprising a total of abojit fifteen I. the greatest value in Chevrolet
Certainly there The
might be devised new Chevrolet: Six: is an unusually
a specie of male garb which
would ((15)
at miles of line it is intended ultinately -
.
i history but because it gives you economical car to operate. Not
once fulfill the to extend the lines! into the I I'
requirements neatness only does it deliver
of better thantwenty
: combined with comfort Whether City of Moore Haven in Gladys more for the dollar than any ,other miles
ty,! and to the gallon of gasoline
to town of Canal
it shall take tile orra of modified and glorified E pajamas or something:: entirely Palm Beach County, with lines conn-I I car in the world at or near its price! but its oil economy is equal to, if not

X"I ultimate lengtij not to excped Facts tell the story!I Modern features actually greater than, that of its
remains to be seen. hundred famous four-cylinder; predecessor.
i fifty ((150)) miles, and that
it is not intended to extend the lines afford the proof! .Read; the adjoining

But ,when\ ,it arrives. it should, \ ,be welcomed 'by the. long, suffering masculine -I through or Into any other counties, ex- column and you will know why over '"
cept Hendry, Glades and Palm Beach 'V)
tribe, if, .the members thereof have the 'nerto', wear it.-Punta Gorda Counties. a MILLION careful buyers have i

Herald. \ '- : ,/ S The names and residences of the I chosen the Chevrolet Six in less than '
"" .I J'r., subscribers, and the amount of stock I i
,
i 1 ;A.. :i. .,' 'nh c1'tbed for by each, which is not ., -eight months. Then come in and get F ,J ,-
(. -- .1 -t" "- ,. less than ten per cent of the capital .
I I' ride in this
:,,\ tock authorized are as follows: \ a sensational six-cylin /

.: ;;' B. G.Dahlberg, Chicago, IlL,; 96 I S\ .r, : der timoble-wlzi actually
CABBAGES ;< {hares.. ..
AND KINGS IThe E. C. Cole, Chicago Ill., 1, share: I I 'sells. in the' price range of the four! Remarkable DependabilityIn t
F Deane Duff order to appreciate what outstanding = ,
Clewiston Fla,
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prize paragraph of the r.1, ..' ., value the Chevrolet
week came from the pen of Jane Riggs on the Fliare .' -, ,1 I 'if-r,_ .I. ., '.... ', Six represents -
Malcolm W. The 11.is necessary to remember t .
S Bigg Clewiston '
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Largo Sentinel. 1 share, ? o.:,+.I'....'. ; _;.:: c. ." $5 9.5 It .is built, to the world's highest "

R. Y. Patterson, Clewiston, .. FH14.j r I -'i .'::;: : COACH : standards. In design, in ,materials _

: Southern* .I Vl Sugar company"' writes. the brilliant :paragrapher, "acquires share .. .\ .. -' ,. '?- ... ,.. *and in workmanship.is every-" inch- "
: State of Illinois -:- ; "J aIIhlror'! 'I.
: ... a 'q .
The The ImJ>(! ,,
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$525
17,000 additional-acres.. Evidently somebody is deaching i for a sweet.'; County of Cook ." tj l' i '1 '.' .1'.4.\ r. i.' ".' '.: ROADSTER. EIJAN'. .ri4I$695. .. .. ..
t ,-' .. ,. I hereby certify that on this day' )" .. rh'e'Sedan" s
: \ t i 525'' 595
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Low
; '., .. ', : .' I. '. '( '. *.,> personally appeared before me;" &n : : ? ETON: Del frery.. _Amazing Prices
: > .. r ,officer duly authorized to administer I I' .J 4" : ",. 'The' ThcUthtDe-: An achievement less remarkable
? t .. $595 400 no
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J t COUPE. .
i fiver
"" hasa1a.
About r ,
)
the oaths
Jew-Arab squabble we might observe that there's been and take acknowledgments, B. \ ,' .t'i ., Thct- than the design and quality of the
i an G. Dahlberg, to me well known and '! '- The SportCOUPE. .645 Ton .i '545 Chevrolet Six is the fact that it la

awful. ,howl over. the.Wailing Wall. ,.r. 5 known to me to bjj the individual de-',' },'. The : sold at prices so amazingly low!
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'-; v. '' -', '"' '" < scribed in and who executed the foregoing :"'" SEDAN... 1A75 ChuaJewhhCab650 Furthermore, Chevrolet delivered
,\ ; ; instrument; and who acknowledged prices krcludo the lowest financing
: before me that he executed the'. : ': : All price .o.e.!acror y,FUnt Michigan and handling charges available. ..
j Ag though gnats weren't bad .' -s-: .,'* same freely and voluntarily'for the' ,
enough the
.. now, J ) perfecting-' '" ,- .a '$200'under' purnoses therin expressed ,...-, {
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sized mail : '1' WITNESS my hand and official .
order automobile ,. r
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I '-. :' : :'. ., seal at .Chicago Ill. thjs 29th day'of.: or' d V 7 : .... i-

". .:.. I. .,,' d! ,/ July, A D. 1929: ? j : '
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Palm Notary ,Public. Clew'lsibn: Co.
Beach's
building total for first six months of year was $3,000OpOw Mr Commission expires 72230.1! \ Motor :

State of Illinois, ., ,\}
h i le
the '
total of the ,
Southern .
: County
of
Sugar in Cook ,
", \: company?, the northern Everglades. I .::" .
hereby certify that on this day L..
', :was'some' $5,000,000Ve"alw1)'s! did say that Palm Beach would make personally! appeared before me, an > j,
'a
.' officer duly authorized to administer I
.' ; fine surburb! for us. :r : oaths and tako acknowledgments, E A SIX IN 'THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FO'UR'u.

\ C Cole' to,me well known and known' .
to me to be the individual described ]

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PAGE, FOUR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1929- ,
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they weighed from 1,500: to 3.000 ploughs, throwing .it up' Into lands of of the Clewiston Inn coupled with FORTY MERCHANTS !

1 By the Way Have You Heard.Glenn ?- pounds each., There: :were thousands 'seven feet, with deep water-furrows; the double header baseball > games. TURNED AWAY. i

!' of them, turning jumping and, spoutIng into these furrows all the trash of the kept ''the 'interest of the residents and EACH MONTH

Etherton formerly employed Pictures of the figures being cut in water. Each one seemed larger land, and' the rotted begassa of a preceding visitors and between the double header

than our plane. Naturally, we hesitated crop, together with any other Doug Douglas for Brown
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at Connell's Service station accompanied stone were taken by the, showing I games (Continued from page 1)) "
for immensity of the work being done. ;j to land. but our guide ,said the manure which may have bee. Farm and M. Crouch for Clewiston .
by C.M.. Green left Sunday ..
f I whales: would soon scatter as the ship I prepared, will be collected. The land I were awarded prices in a contest for ments in similar as. there is not a
Port.. Arthur, Texas. I
; I Miss Laura Matteson, daughter of approached the water. They certainly I I will be again ploughed with four-horse J baseball throwing home or apartment to be rented at
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Mr.and. Mrs. E. S.Matt. son returned -j I did. for when we reached the surface', ploughs, bedding on the deposited manure I Hardly had the last, ball been :any price In Clewiston today. .

Mr. and Mrs G, W. R McConnach-.I Tuesday to West Palm Beach of the river every one had disap- ; when this fifth is planted inI thrown in the second game when the Several homes and apartments have, a.

ie returned to Clewiston this week after -I where she will spend several,_ days I peared. :I I cane the oldest,of the ramaining sec I crowds migrated to the Sugarland been erected hero during the past ..

a three weeks motor trip through before eaving for Antioch College, "Later, starting to cross OxfordI tions will bq ploughed, and subjectedto .highway where negroes put on five year but in virtually every case they

North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. McCon where she will resume her :studies. I Lake, we' ran into thousands' of acres the same operation. By this system:' three' minute 'bouts of fast slugging. I I were occupied before' the interior

nachle are connected wit hthe Southern of burnin'g forests, didn't take long our plantations will yield from 2,000 With al, 'few hours for supper, the j i work of finishing was completed, and

Sugar company I\\DAHLBERCS RETURN 'It&r those sweeping flames and heavy i il. Ito I 3,000 pounds of sugar to the acre dance at the Clewiston 'Inn got under"j I although several new homes are now

I \ FROM JOURNEY: ,I l.clouds of., smoke. to cause us to returnto Nothing is more injurious to'a rat- way;, and when Home Sweet Home either under construction or planned

Tom Shfelley spent the week end r '. ,Oxford. I I toon crop than the method often was 'played shortly after midnight I for the immediate future, the house

visiting friends in Tampa.. (Continued from page 1) ,:i "The next day another danger confronted pursued of' burning of fttie refuse, the' Merchants' Association Labor Day shortage} problem thretatens to 'become -

-' I| us-a six foot sea which trash, etc., unless it be the introduc- celebration was unanimously voted I t even more acute with the influx

J K.Baker. of Baker's Filling Sta.tlon and arriving at Oxford at seven '1 which made it impossible to start our tion of cattle. one of the most successful events held of additional workers as the program

was winner in the Hudson suit o'clock that evening Here the Cree plane. We anchored the ship and re-I "Very few planters return their be- in' this section of the state. |I of the Southern Sugar company. is

club this week I Chief returned home and another local mained all' day and night watching gassa to the land on which It grew. v constantly expanded. ..

.r chief took his place. I I the .angry, roaring waves rushing one In} Louisiana vast chimneys arcs\ constructed II I i __p__

r Charles A. Jackson left Saturday. On the next part of the journey, on top of another. These raging waters at great expense, for the PEANUT PLANTERS \

for South Bead: Ind., where he will from Oxford to York Factory, which were most fascinating 'When they: purpose of burning it; when this is ,' BAG PENNANTContinued IN THE TALKIES

spend a- few weeks vacation Returning lasted nine days Mrs. Dahlberg :and were finally peaceful we !continued not done, it is generally hauled to the '
to Clewiston with hIm" will be *' rIVer and dumped These planters ; I Stanley Theatre, West Palm Beach ,
back in.
to Norway ,
Mrs. Neely found themselves in even -House. 'I > ( from Page
Mrs. Jackson who spent the summerin more lonely regions, entirely with '1: I do not reflect that they are removingfrom I 1)I Week Beginning Sept. 8.
covered I Sunday & Monday .
,Indiana I drawn from civilization No sign of their lands those essential salts,
started, resulted in I I Life on the Bright Road of Joy
was
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without which among
it is impossible
miles air to
ruman life was encountered, although by on their trip, and Mr. produce .
William G, Ames consulting engineer -, every kind, of animal life, land and Dahlberg and his party covered approximately a good cane, and of which: thereis the players and the game sailed along,I I Street with Lois Moran, Nick Stewart
for the Southern Sugar i +I 1 only limited without anything remarkable 'in any and Sally Phipps .
company 1 water, abounded. They are said to be twice this distance by a quantity in any soil. ,

returned. this week after a several the first white women to visit this air only. The journey from Norway The begassa from every acre of tolerably of the plays. Tuesday & Wednesday

week's business trip throng h the territory. I i iI : House to Pork Factory In the canoe good cane contain, of: With the Everglades ball season All talking singing radiant Billie
his |I close officials of the Dove in Heh Private Life :Made public
nearing leagueare
north On the trip he stopped at toik fourteen and Pounds a
days
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summer home at Cold Spring on the small trading post, exceedingly the amphibian about four houds. Silica :- 138.01 considering plans for stirring up for the first time with Walter Pid-

Hudson where Mrs. Ames is spendingthe i Phosphoric acid \ 11'28 enthusiasm in winter baseball, and geon and Montague Love _
rough waters on the Hayes River I I : :{ } '
summer She will return to Clew'I Sulphuric acid ::.'_ .'. 19.98 considerable interest in the plan is Thursday, Friday &. Saturday
over which they planned to paddleto v .'
iston for the winter late this month NEW CANE KNIVES Lime ", 1-?. ,,' 27.48 being shown throughout the section. All talking, all laughing, hit, The
I Port Nelson on Hudson Bay. prevented .
them from proceeding' Here PLACED IN MILL Magnesia .....<::>i 10.98 This matter will be taken up at a Girl In the Show with Bessie Love,

Claude Downs, assistant cashier in I I I Potash .j' 76 50 meeting of the Everglades league officials Raymond Hackett, Ford Sterling tit

the First Ban!: of Clewiston is back days they were when forced Mr.Dahlberg to wait for surprisedthe three II (Continued from page *) I I Chloride of potassium: ....> t 9"81. in the near future From the stage play Eva The Fifth.

at his desk after a several weeks' vacation Sodium .. >. 6 06
in Hendersonville N. C. women by dropping down Sikorsky'on them': tion to the boilinghouse) is being ,.:..:-:-:..:..:-:..:-:..:-:-:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:-:..:-:-:.-:-:..:-:-:..:..:..:-:-:..:-:..:-:-:-:-:..:..:-:-:..:.-:-:..:-:-: :-.:-.
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new ten-passenger : erected as quickly as possible and
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R. B. Hitt of West Palm Beach 'I Amphibian \..'new machinery installed. while several 300.00In of -f
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"Thinking that by this time, Mrs, Hepworth I centrifugals with every good cane, this amount is Announcing appointment ...
over ..
business .
visitor in Clewiston
a doubled. Those who .
pursue this insane \ '
al days this weep I Dahlberg and Mrs. Neely would have head mixers were installed during the mode, find :::: : :
may probably in it 5
experienced sufficient thrills and MR.DICKC.MILLFR
; past week. : f fas
a sufficient cause for the loss 'of that I ; i
hardships, too, I decided: to\ rescue The third new vacuum is ,being installed l .- -
Sanders L Morgan accompanied by force of which 5 .
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says and these
Paul Alston .left Monday for Georgiaon together with the think, that the ofTHE =:
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pans make a total of .
a several weeks vacation. Mr Morgan plantation the cost of productionof .:. .
I is going to Atlanta and Mr.- Alston -I Major Horace Roberts of Davenport Dahl, five to be used in the factory this sugar in South Florida, will be from ::: GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. .. |:: ,
his and mechanic Mr. -
as pilot year ''Four Murphy juice hea-ters ': I '
to Americus I were 1 to 1 1.2 cent per pound dependentupon t
..:.. I If berg set out to locate the canoes, At' received this week and will be installed
the variation of seasons.*' :: for Clewiston and 'adjoining, towns. *
Dr. W. J. Buck of Belle Glade and Winnipeg a pilot from the Northern within the next few'' days.
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Sam Coen of Palm Beach wer visitorsIn Canadian Airways joined them to act Steady progress marks the con- ... .*. '../1 1i

Clewiston this week J as a guide. They extricated the explorers struction of the mill addition and the CELEBRATION ISVOTED :!: Mr. Miller >is< an experienced insurance man :!:
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I on August 19 at York. Factory : 4,000 ton a day factory will be finished -' SUCCESS :i: and is well ,qualified'' to advise you about .*,,.:
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real and in less than half an hour had -
Barney P Moran local estate on schedule in time
for the .
man spent several days in West Palm I reached Port Nelson where the plane 1929-30 grinding season fj;, \ Continued from page 1) :!: protection; for yourself and family. *

Beach on business. was refueled with gasoline: that cost i'
: I five dollars ra gallon This seemingly I LETTER SHOWS CANE .'only by drug stores and restaurants =!: Ask for an oppointment. :

Mr. and Irs.'V.. S. Harvel and exhorbitant price for gas is due to its !! HERE IN vR5/ and dining rooms, but because of the '
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daughter Margie spent the week end scarcity in that section, as all suppliesare half holiday; plan, grocers and other GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. J

with relatives in Delray. transported'to the trading posts I Continued from page 1)1 i 1 1l merchants' in town reported a heavier .:. .-... :.
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'I by Indians in canoes, one barrel at a --- I II volume business than would be expected Jacksonville Fla- :J:
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by her sons Paul Allend and miles. of sugar plantations in matches at the courts back I,. N 11' { {1,1{N1.1{NI 1111N1.1 1 {N 11111 1{NN1{MN1111 { .V-- {- {

F.H.. Jr., returned this week from "Returning we had thrills galore" I South Florida is so recent that no -. -R. ..,

Grand Chain, 111 where they spent continued Mr Dahlberg "Leaving Port I planter has succeeded in getting a

the summer Nelson we ascended to an altitude of full crop. Consequently no well digested .
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2,100 feet. Looking dow we saw shal- system of rotation has been

Mr. and Mrs. A G. Montgomery low water flowing over white rocks. :I t'I adopted. The system' which I am \ .
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have recently returned to Clewiston Descending about a thousand feet we adopting' is, to divide: ,m)' plantation> -

after having spent several month in noticed the river was not so shallow. Ii i I into five' equal portions four, fifths ANNOUNCING FORMAL OPENING OF

Maryland where Mr. Montgomery is III fact it looked exceedingly rough I of whch will be planted in cane the ', ,. "

interested in a packing plant for to- and we observed tremendous, "white i I fifth to lie fallow, During the seasons

matoes? caps". They interested us, so we cir-\, of leisure, this portion will be pre TO PICTURE
I LADIES IN NEW BUILDING NEXT
After the packing season closed cled down to an altitude of :TOO: feet pared in the. best possible manner. for I SHOPP.E, .

Mr and Mrs Mougomery_ made an and realized the "white .caps" we I' planting 'in the ensuing spring Myi i OF WASH
I SHOW. FEATURING A BIG ASSORTMENT
extended 3rip'through Maryland and had observed were actually an enormous lands are based on marl, having a'

Pennsylvania. Returning several days I school of jvhite whales covering rich subsoil, but a light silicious surface THE MERE COST OF w Y
I Iwere DRESSES. PRICED TO SELL AT
,. spent at Atlanta viewing the about four miles in length and two soil. The fallow land will be

work being done on Stone Miuntain miles in" width. Our guide estimated ploughed very deep with four-horse'I '
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,"AGE. SIX FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .6, 1929 I

chairman board of county commissioners a skilled physcian ,would not"hare i

I Gelle News ; Commissioner Selden L I' covered. re'-I
Stewart; Clerk William T. Hull; Tax -

: Collector James L Taylor and Hough I Mrs' ,Grover Hill and family motored (

M cr- i Hull. They returned the same night.,:I "to Fort Myers Tuesday at attend

Tuesday evening the .charter members Belle Schools next term accompaniedMr 'The Coconuts.*' I
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Mr and Mrs. J "GNAttanaslo were I \
of the Gutter club were guestsof and Mrs. A L. Taylor home .to. ;
visitors in Myers Monday ,
Fort ORANGE TERRACE
Mr. E.E. Edwards at the Everett La"Belle .

Bekemeyer Hotel to welcome, who returned home Judge that .morning Carl-| --- I I1Ir Mesdames Grover:--.----Hill, James, : New-I Attractive lent meals,, home 4 blocks-1IKe from rooms,business excel' .... A HOTEL IS SELDOM LIKE HOME .'

and Mrs. W P. Andrews are comb and R. i J Moon returned Fri '
Illinois Delicious refreshments '
from 62 Orange 'Asheville,
i visiting. relatives in Georgia ? 'day frp( m. n weeks visit at Broopk's- section. St. .
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Alice Malokowsky of Alva is ,
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I visiting Miss Marie Malokowsky .her R H. Robinson, of Lakeland is 'Vis- 666 I WATANABE .

sister. J I icing relatives in La Belle. \ """ I .
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Miss Ann Gramn of.Moore Haven ;' -' '! ,

was a visitor in La, Belle Tuesday. 1I 1---Mr and Mrs J. R.Doty motored. Emory Bauer of Canal Point. spentwlthhls is a Prescription for :: Here will find '
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--L i to Fort Myers last week v family in La Belle. COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, you most pleasing .
MALARIA.It '
BILIOUS FEVER and
Paul Deam of Clewis ton motored to "
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Ja Belle WednesdayMiss I Carroll Christie and Glenn Magill. James Rider, G R. Dyess, and is the most speedy remedy k.nown. ",

returned Monday from Atlanta and, Glenn Dyess are spending the'. weekat \ as you enjoyed in your home. \
Macduff of Tallahassee who other Northern points where they Miami Beach; THE ""FAIR"AWNING :

is connected with the advertising De- have been for the last two weeks. 0 I .. A few rooms are now available for < ,.
partment of the Department of Agri- Fred C. Fanciers of Moore Haven SHOPPE

culture was in La Belle Wednesday. I i Three carloads-of cattle for Lykes was in La Belle, on business Tuesday Quality. .0 Remembered Long AttojJ j guest who intend to make lewi ton'\ ..
Brothers arrived in La Belle by the Price Is Forgotten j
Master Earnest Hall was;; the guest Seaboard railway Tuesday. Lakeview their
Doctor Seebold is recovering froma ; Xo10 i.akeview Arcade, home.,
of G Wand G.L. Pettee motoringto serious attack of ptomaine poisoning I Avenue I ; ,

Fort Myes rWednesday. F. Watts Hall motored to Fort Myers which partly paralyzed his hands Phone 2-0229! : ,
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: Tuesday- and eyesight, and I if he- had not been West Palm Beach. Florida Y'
Mr and Mrs.A. L Taylor returned 1, I ENJOY.... YOURSELF. AT THE. .
Friday froni'a tr p to Cotton- At a recent meeting of the county I I i\ .
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terest where Mrs.: Taylor has been lar surplus was put into a general l \ /

spending the summer. I I fund for use of all commissioners and CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY ,
I! to pay the debts in Commissioner H The W .tanabe.hotel

Mr and Mrs.E. E. Edwards and L Delaneys dlstrct. It.s sad that :

Mr. and Mrs Frank Daugherty mi-I,I snce there s money for the .mprove- I\
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MRS. CLAUDE
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PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE )
.Saturday for Jacksonville where'I' will soon be in a smooth condition
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Arcadia. Wauchula and Fort Myers on motored to Moore Haven Friday .\ 1
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Forty Myers Saturday : .fro ma vacation Minnesota
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Mr. E P. Blanton of Valrico, Fla Mr. Christie is President of:the 'Bank r 'r I I f '..
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was a week end guest of Tax Colle !- of La Belle ,. "- H'S' t.
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Mr and Airs S. N Miller and family L I' 'to.Fort ZZ .. ; : : I ) : '
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home from an extended stay in Fort I District I \- .;\< ,../:; ; .
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Myers where Mr. Arledge underwentan I Jacobs. I helped to .a thriving!, ;. 5 > ?' j., .' '/ \':'.: (: f, /;' \ \

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Arledge .is,recovering fast and"in tile 1i i Mr and Mrs Senolds motored to We ? in the Barber' Business. OPEN- .f."A L4LY I : E.: AR ', --j
near futur will be 'back on the job Arcadia ''Sunday.: } \ pioneers'.' -: ,. ., . _
as Seaboard Depot agent in La, Belle ( .. : : :> : \: t \ I 1
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ReJ.. T Couilette, La Belle spent the week end with his parents. \ !: -

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Lakeland. Rev Taylor, pastor of I. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and :; our ;

Alva Methodist church will preach at family of Clewiston spent' Sunday | x | / .

the Sunday morning service in the with friends in La Belle : ''
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absence of Reverend Couilette big \ --- 1 i FORGING AHEAD ; ".> :

crowd is expected to attend/ to. hear I Mr and Mrs. Gee Small of I t Clewis I CLEWISTOS: PIONEER BARBER SHOP I ... / } !,"' .: :<; -. .. '

a fine sermon by Rev Taylor. ton were visitors in La Belle. f ..i'I'

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Mrs. May Magill; entertained d the Dr; D. N Kenedy representativefrom 2 ( '. II

teachers of the Methodist Sunday Lake County got ten years and I' 'ir."iiJ.i.B.: ,'v '', '. 2 A 2,500 TON A DAY MILL ADDITION' > .
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'School ''at"her home on Hicopochee Mr Lambkin' deputy game commissioner I Llewiston 1 /; ,.-., > ."".;: ,\ >;=* >. Florida 1 : I
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Mr and :Mrs. E Frey, Adolf Bern- 'morning in the tax assessors office. RESIDENTS UNDER
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Center and Rev. George Wood of tain Reeves \ I I I.: TION : WIDE WELL PAVED ROADS .
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'Palmdale were dinner guests of Mr 1.. 1

and Mrs. M. ,J Bush. ''The Okeechobee flood control board ... LEADING IN FROM THE COAST AND
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Miss Corine Jones of Cottonwood. ton in Miami had the following dele : ,1 THOUSANDS OF ADDITIONAL ACRES :

Alabama who will teach in the La gatlon from La ''Belle: W. L. Murray i CLEWISTON LAUNDRY in new I '6

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'. p' .; ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER. THEREFORE ALL SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE MUST GO! EVERY ITEM IN OUR IMMENSE '

\' STOCK HAS BEEN MARKED DOWN-AN D AT SUCH PRICES THAT OUR OLD CUS T.OMERS WILL REMEMBER US FOR A 5. 'j

'. \ LONG TIME AND WILL MAKE US MANY N EW ONES. THERE WILL BE SHOPPERS FR OM-MILES AND MILES AROUND, SO BE :

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Specially I flat crepes '\ Allen A Holeproof ( .....:>.A 7-r.: Pants *
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'? : EIGHT CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEW1STON FLORIDA. .. FRIDAY iPOTrrjtitr. .. i
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GLADES BOARDS Army engineers before the flood ron I II I trol Association, has for several 64. ,dent P. T A. quired $102,855. .
FIRST MEETING trol committee of the seventieth cong i. months been gathering information on In the semi-finals Woodham de Officers in 'the local parent-teacher In
I road and bridge district No 2
i ress in which he declared "this is a ': the Florida expenditures and precedents feated Bill Chalker In three fast sets group are Mrs. R Y Patterson presl
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there
I was no tax millage set to provide
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Continued from page l' I very serious problem, one in which I established in other sections of with the scores of 6-2, 6.2 and 6-1. dent, Mrs H. A. Bestor, vice president I the required $16,214 21 becauseof

I the national government has a direct !I I the United States. At the next session It was a deuce game and both men and *Mrs. .J.. A. McGhee secre the $15,301.55 "
surplus.
the pard.are Ralph A. Horton, FortLauderdale interest and ought to participate with I I of Congress. detailed claims of were fast but Woodham. manage to: .tary-treasurer' .A tax
rate 'of four mills
; W. H. Lair Pahokee; D a view to remedying It *' II! Florida for relief will be presentedand come out with the big end in each was set to
'.' : ',. provide $809.68 In road and bridge
Graham Copeland Everglades; C.E. I Both the drainage board and the it Is the expressed hope of those set. ,I '" e'district
Simmons Okeechobce City; Ernest Okeechobee Flood Control board will who are well posted that a satisfactory In the Jeffries-Pruitt semifinals, TAX RATE IS SET I No. 3 while in the special tax
school district 4 5 and 6 aate
Amos, comptroller; Fred H Davis I meet regularly on the first Thursdayof credit will be given by the United Jeffries outclassed Prultt throughout BY COMMISSIONERSContinued of
10 mills was set, and rate of lve
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attorney general; Nathan Mayo com- each month alternating between States,' thus resulting in a large saying and took the match by 6-2 6-2 and 60.PARENTTEACHERS ( from Page 1) mills a
1 I for special tax school districts
V.I West Palm Beach and Tallahassee. .- .' -
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missioner of Agriculture and + to Everglades taxpayers. l : ; 4 and 5
Knott, treasurer t I It is realized that the presentationof is the' estimated need. the surplus of I

The flood control board with the Florida's case and it's acceptanceby PLANNING ACTIVITIES .$1,498,47 covered the necessary sum. 1- _."
governor as chairman consists of FLOOD cqNTRonq ;1I' the authorities at Washington is For, interest and sinking fund on FOR SALE: -

Captain F. Deane Duff, Clewiston; HELD IN MIAMI no light task, but will require the : $430,000 highway bonds 8 1-2 mills
(Continued from Page ) Fordson Tractors at all
prices. Extension

Glenn H. Curtis, Hialeah; Howard -- j i united efforts and support of all interested 1)1 were levied. to provide $29,140 and for I
Rims, 'Wheels, Parts. Chanceto
Selby. West Palm Beach; Russell H. (Continued from page 1)) I parties. With this end in Interest and sinking fund on $150,000
moves of the local women will be to get Tractor right price.
Junking
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Snow, Fort Lauderdale and William I i view, it Is expected that there will be of courthouse bonds a tax! of 5 1.2
'several
ask county school authorities what tractors for parts. Some of
Griffis, Okeechobee. cost of these engineerng works is the fulest co-operation with the Gov- mills was levied to provide the neces- "
I will be done officially toward this these? Tractors. are, good, running
Outlining the purpose of the session about eleven; million dollars. ernor and his associates who will sary $13,580. Tractors. '
end See me
Governor Carlton said that while he ;I Preliminary studie by the officersof compose the "Okeechobee Flood Con- i Ten mills was the tax set for the -
could not promise that his administration I the Florida Flood Control Association -]: trol Board which will have, it's first Flags, pictures for the school rooms I,, general school fund I "Water The Tractor Man" .
and bibles: together with additional' .
would be "the Moses t olead I led to a belief that by applying meeting at West Palm Beach on Sep The total millage for county, expenses .i Avon Park, Fla. ,_,
books for supplementary reading are I
the way out of the Everglades wIlder- the rule laid down in similar cases tember 4.JEFFRIES. was 32 mills to provide the re- 1T-8-3Q-29.
1 among the needed requlrments of .
ness" he expressed the hope that and following the precedents estab-
the Clewiston school .....
this was the beginning 'of the last lished by Congress, the United States -
During the past school term a num- .
lap leading to the solution of both I itself should contribute a substantial WINNER IN i
; ber of ,social events were held, ('pro, MRS. B. A. BOURNE. GRADUATE IN MUSIC AT SYR-
drainage and flood control_ I portion of the "sum necessary; not as TENNIS TOURNEY I
"In selecting members of these charity, but as a worthwhile investment -! ceeds of which were used for the ACUSE UNIVERSITY WILL ACCEPT A LIMITED NUM-

boards from the district in which: the I in the Interest of navigation and (Continued from Page i school. The lastof these was themoy-I BE OF PUPILS IN VIOLIN, PIANO AND CHORAL MUSIC -
"The Barker"
work is to' be done"* said the Governor flood control Before the study of the I -- 1)I I Ing. picture 1 BEGINNING SEPTEMBER\ v. ARRANGEMENTS FOR
I Itil early summer which was a successCooperating
"we strive to bring together all local situation and the precedents was LESSON HOURS MAY
'''with the women in making BE MADE BY CALLING AT HER
the wisdom which the experience of fully completed, the Legisalture of the last ball was served, the score '
years has brought to the people of Florida being in session, an Act was' at one time belng two all for the, sets the affair a success were the HOME\ ON CRESCENT DRIVE OR BY WRITING TUITION -

the Everglades. The new boards will offered and passed authorizing the+* I and three all for the games. The final Clewiston Supply company. Universal $2 PER HOUR.

provide direct representation for the i issuance of bonds In a sum not ex- game score was Jeffries three and Markets the City Drug store and the

people of Florida most interested and ceeding five million dollars as the Woodham two. B & B which offered prizes e

most directly affected and is In keeping local contribution to a Federal project In the first set Jeffries took the The request to the county school

with the plan of maintaining a these bonds to be eventually paid first game lost the next five, won board for cooperation was contained

close association and contact betweenthe off by taxes levied against the newly the next three and lost six, malkingthe in the following letter written by Mrs .

people affected, the project and created "Okeechobee Flood Control score 6-4 in favor of Woodham In Patterson: : .

the governing bodies District." the second set Woodham lost the first Gentlemen-In: making up your .

Promising cooperation Glenn B ?Williamson's. statement now three, won the fourth lost the fifth budget for this coming school year, 'f .'" ,:. : WANTED i... .

Skipper, Republican national com" made with the authority of the Asso- took the sixth and gave Jeffries the would like,to recommend the purchaseof I .. _. ': -. aI

mltteemau from Florida said: ciation, Is that after a complete studyof next two leaving the score 8-6 In the following for the Clewiston V' )1
school: A flag, abilble for every room k\, BUSINESS '
"I Jeffries. ? LOTS NEAR
am gladly pledging what support the case and comparison with favor of I I .
r may have and that of the Republi* similar cases from other portions of The third. t opened with each taking ten large size desks for. Juifior High I ., ..h

can organization in Floridaw hick I the United States the belief is justi- a game. Jeffries then rallied tak- '! pupils; supplementary readers; Kindergarten :, "'. CIVIC' CENTER'

represent, to carry out the plans forth fied that the United States should ing the next two, losing the fifth and equipment, such as drawing ':;V>f' : iI

development and control of the now step in and-do all the remaining winning the next two. Woodham paper, scissors, crayons etc., and '

Everglaes.f work necessary; with but little If any came back to take the next tree givIng I I more playground and gymnasium I ,,;:.I. STATE PRICE..AND TERMS

As president of the Florida Flood further contribution' by local, inter Jeffries the next one. Woodhamwon equipment swings, sce-sawsv slides : ; '. ,
Control association F. L. Williamson ests. the next one and lost the, fol- trapeze, bars and swinging rings, boxing :'.. -4.j

presented a resolution passed at a n 'has been the policy of the United lowing two making the score S-6 for gloves and volley and basket balls V.. '
recent meeting of his : with courtAlso' _/ WRITE r
organibation. States to contribute one-third of the Je/fries.
Pledging support of the associationto total cost of all engineering works, They started the same way In the ; would like you to consider'

the new boards, the resolution of- and for: local Interests to contribute fourth set each taking a game but a :, building a stage or platform in the Nlc CULLY] :

fered the' services of the associationin two-thirds of the total costs The spurt by, Woodham gave him the next auditorium and a few book ,cases for ,
P.T.. 'A. bought Registered Real] Estate Broker Clewistoa
the books which the .
supplying Information compiled facts assembled show ,that local in- five and the set at a score of 61. I,
during the past :year and assisting in terests have already expended more With the score two all for sets, both ;! for the (school library this year. i

securing aid from the federal government than twice the sum necessary to com players put everything In to the game i Hoping y pit will give the ,above your

for preservation of life and plete the engineering works, hence Woodham taking the lead for the first most. careful' consideration I am I

propertly from loss or damage the United States should now take game and. Jeffries staging a fast comeback j Yours very truly, ---.

through overflow of the lake hold and finish the works.In to take the next three.''Woodham I J Mrs. R. Y.. Patterson, PresiXXX' s

The resolution also contained_ references order to be able to present the bagged the next ,three. but Jeffries.,
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to statements made by Major facts at Washington properly, and In rode to victory by: taking I r. v--.". ",.. ,..,. ,. "' ,. ". ., ... .. #,
General Edgar Jadwin of the U. S orderly way the Florida Flood Con I three making the score for the set dVI3t X

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