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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 27, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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... Installation Or 'MIAMIANS ,ON GOOD WILL TOUR HERE I Post Office Is

,:STORM REPORTS Local Phones Is Opened In Civic AND CANAL Pl

. Nearly Finished PLEDGE WHOLE HEARTED COOPERATION. Center .Section

FAil TO SCARE '

Employees of the Clewiston Tele- TO B. G. DAHLBERG AND ASSOCIATES Another step in the development of First Shipment Of 160 I

'phose company were, busy this week the Civic Center: section of this com- Railroad Cane Cars,Received

: .lOCAL PEOPLE completing the installation 't>f tele- munity as the main business section In

phones in local business houses and of town 'Was taken with the official I Preparation

I I residences preparatory to the\,inauguration Delegation Headed By Alexander Orr, Jr., Show opening ot' the new post office build- For Harvest. _
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---- in Clewis Activities 'ing, on Bond street. I
I of telephone service Keen Interest In Of
Clewistonites After Taking
... >< I ton The buiding which will house the I Fall planting of seed cane was
Southern Sugar Company.
Necessary Precair IIi the past there has been a phone exchange of the Clewiston Telephone started this week in the' Clewistonand
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tions' Calmly Wait For system between the ,offices of the I \ company in addition to the post office I Canal Point divisions of the Sou-
Southern Sugar company and the Members of the Miami Junior chamber of a plerge to, B. G. Dahlberg from is of hollow tile and stucco construc- hern Sugar company, it was announced

Storm To Strike. Clewiston company: but there has I 'of commerce and, the Miami chamber Mlamians"Mlamians'. tion with Spanish tile roof' here yesterday by P. G

-- been no telephone exchange in town. of commerce headed by Alexandder ho said "are- vitally in- Several mv bites; hrv- been addod Bishop, operating vice president who

Having successfully weathered two There were four long distance phonesover I Orr. Jr., brought messages of terested. in what is being done in the and the local postoffice from an equipment said that while the planting is being. ,

hurricanes' in previous :years with which calls were made through I good will and pledges of Miami's ci- back ,country by Mr. Dahlberg and his standpoint now 'compares; with done on a small scale at present be-

virtually no damage, Clewistonitesthis the Moore Haven exchange. I operation with_ residents_ the northern !associates and we' stand ready to do : the best in the stat cause of the rains, the schedule will

week refused to become unduly With the installation! of the phones Everglades at a luncheon meeting anything, in our power to help insure -' A postal savings department: is now be pushed at a/ much faster rate af-

alarmed over reports that a tropical completed and the wires strung i in- the Clewiston Inn last Saturday -I I the success' of the enterprise. open in Clewiston for the 'first time ter the rains have stopped.,

disturbance ,appoaching hurricane in- through the community work will be which'! was arranged as part of I We i in Miami feel that we are a part and those wishing{ further information ''There is no cause for disappointment ,

tensity was: nearing the Florida East pushed on the installation of the 'I.. the good will tour through the Everglades of this j. great- big project" here; we aPpreciate may inquire at the post office. I in the delaying of'the planting
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." coast ana would probably sweep inland buildIng ... what Mr. 'is ,
switchboard in the telephone I Dahlberg doing i by the rains according' to Mr. Bishop I'
north of Miami in a northwesterly on Bond street. I 'T.A.. Burt, 'director of the CelotexI not only for the northern Everglades who pointed out that the rains are

.. 4 direction. < I company\ : welcomed the visitors in an I but forte entire state and I can as- GRADE SCHOOL TO excellent for the growing cane and ;

Except for the sensible preparationby Interesting talk in which he reviewed : sure you; that Miami is ready and will- he explained that with the faster pace i i

some of the merchants, in protect- ALL GRADES IN the work: being done by Mr. Dahlberg! Ing to do anything in its power to co iIn! planting to be established: lator:: no j'j'I
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I ing large plate glass windows against and, his associates ill the Southern operate with Mr. Dahlberg and his I time will -be lost. ,

14 11. possible wind damage' there. was little Sugar Company;: and in the Celotex associates.' I I In preparation for the heavy harvest

excitebent in the community.After LOCAL SCHOOL' T0 I company.. Mr. Burt praised the vision A plea 'for" thorough cooperation of SAYS P T A season, the first consignment of

office hours Wednesday there and perseverance of Mr Dahlbergand Mlamlans in securing'quick action on I twenty railroad cane cars arrived in

were large groups around the radios OPEN ONMONDAYSchool also ,told of the plans for the the constructiln of the road from the : Clewiston ,this week. There are thir-

in town anxious to get latest reportson start of construction of a Celotex fac-I lake down the Miami canal to Miami Mrs. R. Y- Patterson :,ty more cars at Lakeland en route to t

the progress of the storm and tory in Clewiston next year. He stated was made; by Louis,A. Morgan, publisher the Southern Sugar company plantations -

.while filling station 'proprietors reported Heads, P. T. A. that the Dahlberg interests have already -' of the Clewiston News in a Planning Series Of' I I in the northern Everglades and

heavy sales of gasoline and I Invested $12,000,000 In their brief talk lie 'also told of the $30- I Entertainments.Clewiston's I Mr. Bishop said that approximately
To Enforce LawsAttendance. For
oil the said that most of those leaving I Florida holdings and will eventual 000 'sleekly: payroll in Clewiston and I 20 will\ arrive every week until the

town were laborers. I invest $60.000,000.Alexander- in'the I interest of greater prosperity : grade school will be order of 160 cars is received.The .

Confidence in the town's immunity Oir, Jr., president of the throughout South Florida he urged definitely placed on the state list of railroad cane cars are similarin

from storm damage was reflected in Vacation days will come to an end Miami chamhber of commerce followed -i the MIamians to do all in their t>overTurn accredited schools this year it. was construction to those used last year

the fact that when storm reports were 'for Clewiston children next Monday 'Mr.Burt. with., the expression: ," '.;"".Please.,. to,,Page. 2)) 1,"announced yesterday by Mrs.. R: Y leaving:.iron slatted::sides which-swins .. --
... first received here, Clewistonites, Morning (at 8:30 o'clock when the "' Patterson; president o-i the Clew1S't; Please turn to Page 5 f' "

calmly accepted the news; and took: Clewiston: school will be officially Parent Teachers association who said

Please turn to page 5CHILDREN. !I opened' for the fall term. Approximately CONTRACT IS! LET COMMON SENSE IS' I that although the county authorities! '

100 children will enter the school I have failed to take the_ necessary WORK PUSHED ON

according to Mrs. J. E. Beardsley FOR NEW SCHOOL SURE PROTECTION I steps to have the school placed o n II I .
SCHOOL that before the list local P. I
principal who said the state accredited the
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school term gets well under way the IT. A. will prov'ds the funds r. *"0<'<*ary $650,000 WATER

,* IN BELLE GLADE! I In total -'enrollment will probably be 1 J BELLE GLADECitizenry 'FROM ,HURRICANESKeep for the purchase of the req-'i/e':l equip I

I I more than 150.Pupils. in all grades ..:..-- I ment. ONTWLPROJECT]
including the junior and 'senior highi Notification that.material needed t

;. PHYSICALLY FIT'i i school will' start .the term 1\1 onday.I i Protest L o- Cool Is Advice Of (Please turn to pale 2)) I _

I (Please turn to page 2)) cation Of Proposed Miami Committee After \ I Concrete Poured For


Woman's Club Leaders i i School Building._ Survey. HOUSE CONT"RACr I Two Foundations In

:' Discuss Plans For EVERGLADES SEEM ,' : Sugar Belt.
Chalker and Lund, contractors ,of Application of conmien sense rulesis -- ,
,: P. T. A. Group.> West Palm Beach as low bidders the surest protection from injury IS AWARDED BY
o Pouring of concrete foundations.
\ BETTER ON EACH were: awarded the contract for the during, a hurrcane according to a sur- I
I for two more pumping stations in
Belle Glade I children are.in. fine construction of a four room school vey conducted by a committee of the '
SUGAR the elaborate
COMPANY water control program,
physjcal condition for the opening of I i TRIP SAYS CLEWISi I building in Belle Glade to care for Lions club of Miami, who as a result, ,i around the southern end of Lake

the school term it was announced by 1 the school needs of the Beille Glade, of their findings issued a bulletin of Okeechbee
was started :yesterday
Dr. W. J.Buck. Belle Glade physicianwho I i Chosen and Tory sections.The Chal- 'Hurricane, Hints' when the warnings !
I I Six Commissaries Are morning it was announced by R Y.
subjected children of school age ker-Lund bid was $9.470 on the build- of the approaching tropical disturb-
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) Impressed with Patterson in charge of the drainage
/ to, a physical examination at his off- :I I ing which is to be of frame dnd stucco ance were broadcasted Completed And Man '

ice this week. I| Activity Thru ,Nor j. construction with foundation piling Experience has shown, the report agers Named. I operfMons company., for' the Southern: Sugar

Following the physical: \examination i I! them Glades. driven to rock. The new school reads that practically any (well con- I Foundations which are being
? officials of the Belle. Glade Women's building will include four class roomsa structed biiilding whether 'of frameor
I Contract for the construction of 40 poured this week are for the 54 Inch
t club headed by Mrs Donald ,V. Ferguson "Clewiston and the northern Ever- library and the principal's office. masonry construction will 'withstand -
," ." houses for negro laborers of the Sou- Wood screw unit in the unorganizedsouth
discussed, plans for, the organization glades look better to me every timeI Work will be started immediately.Crow the severest of hurricanes and I
I thern Sugar cmpany in the Canal line district south of Clewistonand
of the Belle Glade ParentTeacher see' them Brothers of Clewiston were sec- that people in such buildings 'duringI
Point division, two miles south of the for the triple 54 inch Wood screw
association. I I, This was'the statement mad by A. ond low bidders with $9,570 and other I a hurricane are in slight .danger of
: sugar mill, together with contract for unit in the Pahokee district.
Organization of the PT A.was. ; C. Clewiston, Tampa banker after bids ranged up to $12,000. physical injury providing they: keep
the construction of a mess hall anda : Completion of the .program in
not perfected as the "meeting was whom this town was named when tie Children of .the elementary grades calm and allow themselves to be '
commissary building was awardedto which the above work is Included
more in the nature of a round table and a party of four Tampa business will attend school in Belle Glade guided by the dictates of common additional
Crow Brothers, Clewiston contractors calls for the installation of
discussion dealing with 'plans fort men. spent two days on a visit to while pupils of the higher classes will sense.
I it :was announced here yesterday pumps with a total capacity of
fe constant improvement of school "conditions I Clewiston and on an inspection tour be transported to South Bay daily. One 'of the greatest sources of '
J I' by R Y. Patterson director of 540.000 gallons ot water per minute
*' in the community.Among I of the northern Everglades. Arrangements for this transportationwere danger during a hurricane is the blow-
f transportation of the Southern Sugar representing an investment of'.about;
th'e improvements which 1'I I Mr. Clewis who had not visited here made at a recent meeting of the : ing over of trees near the house. If company ,'$650.0000. Including the water control
I the Belle Glade Parent Teacher asso- since the last grinding season was Palm Beach county school board I there happen to be any'' dead trees :
I Work on the buildings has already Please turn to Page 5
i (Please turn to page 5)) I I enthusiastic over the condition of the Incensed over the planned construction near your hous. your time just be- ; been started and the contract will be j jI I '4'I

t II sugar cane and was visibly impressedwith of the new school in a thinly fore,the arrival of a hurricane cannot I -
finished as soon as possible to provide TOURNEY POSTPONED
: ROAD NEEDS SCRAPING I I the work at the mill where the I populated section' of the community, (Please Turn to Page 2)) I /quarters for the steadily increas- I ..:--
(Clewiston News Special) 2,500 ton a day addition is nearing Belle Glade residents are also
pro- number ot Southern the rains during
i Sugar company Because of heavy
,I I completion. testing over the fact that the school .
I laborers. ,; the past few weeks the open golf
LA BELLE, Sept. 26.-Once again ,' Included In Mr', Clewis's party was I will go only to the sixth grade and Sidewalks Are LnStigarlan With the exception of Celotexins tournament planned by Vic Blate of
,I after being in, fine condition the Hen- George B. Howell, vice president of I II I
Please
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I page 5)) Hiway the interiors construction of six commissaries Blate Brothers will be postponed' until -
dry County road from La Belle to the Exchange Bank of Tampa who I I
r I I I I on the Southern'' Sugar a lated date, it was announced
Lea County i is bldlt.in: need of a little formerly visited: this section! in the ..
1 I I Laying of sidewalks on the south I' company plantations from Moore Ha- storday; Details of the ,tournament'will
scraping. It is still passable. I I (Please Turn to Page 2)) Parkinson Store ,
, I side of Sugarland highway throughthe Please turn to Page 5 be published, at a later date,
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I To Be EnlargedPlans Civic Center section of this

CALIfORNIANS ON SPECIAL TRIP community was under way, this
for enlarging his store and week. MIAMIANS TO SEEK SECOND SHOWINGOF '

I the Installation of a modern meat With the opening of the post of-

; VISIBLY IMPRESSED WITH GLADESTraveling market were announced this week byl I fice in the new location on Bond I MOVIE ON SUGAR CANE INDUSTRY ,

-- Cecil V. ''Parkinson, president of the I street, pedestrian and vehicular
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Clewiston Supply company and Clew- traffic has increased considerably --

by special car from their Californians were welcomed by JulesM iston's pioneer grocer. making the laying of the sidewalksin MIamians interested in the sugar Following the tour of the Miami \\

home,state a representative group of I Burguleres, 'executive vice president -I Moving of the lost ;office to the this section a necessity ] cane industry in the northern Ever-I chamber of commerce and the Junior :
24 California business men accompanied of the Southern Sugar new location Bond street I sidewalks! has also ;
1 companyand I. on provided Laying of ,. glades will ask for a second showingof !
Robert chamber of commerce through the
,I I by- Urban, California representative early Friday morning were takenon several additional feet of floor suace been completed on both sides of >I the Southern Sugar company's
, ,e of the Southern Sugar motor I Everglades last week, headed by Alexander
I a trip through the northern in the Clewiston supply company i! B"nd street, picture "America's New Sugar Bowl
i company spent a day In the northern 1 j I Everglades to Clewiston. store and Mr.Parkinson. has ordered In connection with the street improvement I together with the moving pictures of Orr, Jr., president of the

i'' I. Everglades inspecting the operations ] Here they ''were met by P. G. Bish- the store front, rebuilt to eliminatethe program being pushed Dr. Brandes's airplane sugar cane chamber of commerce, an even

! .. of the Southern Sugar company and op, operating vice president and other old post office arcade.A by the Clewiston company, marl ',I hunt in New Guinea, according to advices greater interest in the sugar cane was'I ;
left for their I Industry has been awakened it
I homes visibly impressed sugar company officals and con- full line of western and native has been spread on Royal Palm received here yesterday. The I r
.' with the work of B. G. Dahlberg and ducted on an inspection tour of the neats will be sold in the store and I I Avenue and two new bridges have I i picture was shown by the Miami I reported and arrangements wll prob-
J ]his I, be made in the future for
associates in aby near
making;: a new sugar. company's p'opertlcs.which, includeda the department, built the Avenida Del'
," tf new Mr. Parkinson,; been over Chamber of Commerce to a record at
,f howl for America. I i another showing of the sugar cane
I trip through the town and a compre- said will be opened within the next Rio canal to provide for the boules I tendance at the Hippodrome theatre I '

Arriving In West Palm Beach the !j I r' Please turn to page 5)) I few weeks. |,Il' varding of the street. I In Miami on Friday September 1?. r Zpfeaso turn to page '2))
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COMMON SENSE IS your family during a hurricane are J EVERGLADES SEEM : MIAMIANS TO SEEKSECOND
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Mt Clewiston Kl 1+g.. wm.ei; thoCI IIf JVi.ircb; 3. 1879.LOWS be spent more profitably than In the. GRADE SCHOOL BE \ .,pictures in Miami.

felling of theses trees. .
... Publisher Loose material and movable objects ON ACCREDITED LIST capacity of a Red Cross worker dur- Although Miamians on their trip f)
.A. MORGAN here last
ing the 1928 storm. Saturday. saw tall cane and
such as loose boards garbage cans,

TOM SMITH ......oJ.,...............................'............:.................:........ Editor porch furniture and the' like shouldbe The party made the trip throughthe I'to tractors get it was impossible for them
I a comprehensive impression of
I placed where there Is no danger 1 (Continued from page 1)) sugar belt from Moore? Haven to

Subscription Rates Canal ,Point Included in the the entire operations as shown in the
6f their being lifted by the wind and group
r sugar cane movie,because of the fact
C. "Clewis, president of the
blown against the house, possibly were A.

By mail outride: of Florida By mail in Florida through a window. Awnings shouldbe for an accredited school has been pur- Exchange National Bank of Tampa; that it required months in makingthe
movie to
record all of the
$2.5 'Dne year $2.00 raised and tied back against the chased and placed in the building M. Early, Standard Oil company representative i opera-
One year tions from preparing of the raw landto
Six months 1>5 ,Six months, 1.00 house securely or removed entirely. ,must be forwarded to W. S Cawthorn in Tampa; Joe Lyons, cutting
and
Three months .. 1.25 Three: months .?b See that you have a supply of cand- I state, spperlntendent of public in- Tampa Fertilizer man, Steve Wood- grinding of the cane.
ward Woodward and Crowder of .
les or other means of furnishing light struction
before
October 20 to have
NEWS' PLATFORM after the electric supply is cut off. the school placed on the accredited Tampa; George B. Howell, vice president ALL-CRADES. OPEN '

with water transportation. During a hurricane a flashlight may of the Exchange National Bankof 'ON :\
1 Definite control of Lake Okeechobee list this year.According I' MONDAY
t and be, worth its weight in goldIf I 8Tampa 'and Cecil V. Parkinson, .
: the highways for local transportation
2. Early completion of to the plan outlined by :
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casement windows I president of the Clewiston Supply
'I house has
concentration of products. your Mrs. Patterson the Parent Teacher j I (Continued from Page 1)

S. A Mib-tnnflal downward r'Aston! of freight: ratr on rProtahi* port e that are not equipped with association will see that the' equipment I company of Clewiston. __ _

marKer* good stout hardware to hold them purchased I Plans for the school have been :
northern year
(',(ber prjllIIUI-I i-f t iMs) ItgilHl to the is and funds to cov
association for I closed both at the top and bottom worked out by Mrs. who
marketing this Beardsley
cooperative :
4. The fu.l, functioning of a' 'er\\ and other expenses will be
get some hooks and eyes and use made MIAMIANS ON GOOD yesterday announced the teachersand
through
both buying and selling purposes. a series of entertainments ./
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them in place of the hardware ,thatis on which the officials .of the WILL TOUR HERE the 'grades to which they have

acking. Remember a window is already been assigned. '
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.. likely to be sucked out as it Second and third
just as Bibles grade will be
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I it to be blown in and that if it 'can few books ,. taught by Miss Elta Whatley of Fort
more for the school II' | '-
I WHAT OF, FLORIDA? //' be kept from rattling, its resistance brary are among the materials needed I| Meade and Miss Jamye Williams: of

,, to breakage ,greatly"V ll be increased. 'Immediately and ,on next Wednesdaythe I to help in securing the protectivetariff. Richland.. Ga., will teach the fourth

into the house lumber and fifth .
grades
Bring
I any
Those of us In Florida who have been singing the blues for the past few, Clewiston Social, club will give a I '
e I that you may have around that may bridge. party at the Clewiston Inn, Francis M Miller, mayor of Country Mrs. Grace Yancey who served as

years would do well to stop for a minute, see what the north thinks of our be suitable for bracing doors should I| I club estates: praised the activitiesof ; substitute teacher several months '
pioceeds of which will be<: turned over

hopes and then take a trip about the state to see what causes this feeling any of them be found to need it during to the p' T. A. for the purchase of ,the Southern' Sugar company and I last year and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley,

the course of the storm A hammer I also paid high tribute to those re- principal, will teach the junior and
colored
of bright optimism for Florida's future. bird charts for the school .
a supply of_' nails, the pliers and I rooms. Fpons'ble for the beautification work senior high school pupils.

When the boom collapsed too many of us thought it was the final curtain the saw if ,you have one should be I I. Kindegarten and playground equipment being carried! on ,in town. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson president of

given the place of honor on the living I Tom Smith presided at the luncheon the Clewiston Parent Teacher Association -
on Florida's hopes and contented ourselves with burying our head in our are among other necessities for
room table. Fill the bath tub with schoo'l Parent jnseting.::! has pledged the support of the
the local to !
according the -
hands. and moaning.; over our late.. And we were so, I engrossed'in- our despondency fresh water to save yourself the inconvenience I Teacher official and these will! Follow'ns! : the luncheon, tho ,visii I local organization in building up the

that our tears. of despair blinded us to the, fact. that people 'were still. of having to carry water be purchased during f1i roming var:;: !ors who made the trip in two large attendance. at school' Mrs. Beardsley

\ after the storm in the ,event the, water I busses made an inspection tour of the 5 reported. 1
coming, to Florida far With funds derived from bridge parties ]
sighted men were still 1 building; bank deposits in
is cut off.' the cane fields and the *
supply town, sugar:
I suppers and shows' to be givenin I STRAWBERRY PLANTS
many instances were growing and new industries were coming to the state., You are now ready to face with' assurance .: the community; |sugar ml", afte which they pro, 1 ".1/ClONAHY:

bad hurricane as .ever : ceeded around "the lfve otoppiT-: at ..
Far'sighted business' men of the north. recognizing the collapse of the as a ; Officials of the P. T. A. are' working ; i :
w \ came up the Florida cosst. t raisin at Belle Glade! to confer wi':a: D:'. ,'\T. .J. ClV Oer 1 ,Qo0
these
fund
plans
hectic boom as a godsend, saw Florida in its true light and Dahlbejgs and directions on (; Cash With Orders
If you will follow these simple Buck president of the city council
present and while se\'e,1 l entertainments :; "
Colliers\whose operations, were based, on something more 'than a' 90 day option and above all,l keep opr head are being planet definite and ''at Pahok: with Mayor W. J.' Louis Skrobick II'

continued j with, their/ plans r I and do not allow yourself to get over dates will be announced later as soon ,Larrimore. Moore Haven, Fla.{
chances are that any
Today large northern interests are' interested in' buying. Florida, orange. excited bodily harm,the tha will come ''to you or 'as they are decided. I1 i .:..: ...-.;...:-.:-: .:..:..:..:.-:. :-:-:.-: :..:.::-:.:-:..:-::::.:".:-...:.-:..:-:,..:..:..:..:-:.-:-.:_.:-.::::-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:.. -.."

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B. G. Dahlbeg 'and his associates, in :the Southern Sugar, company have : \ ,

cure." It is always 0 .._ ;- _IT PAYS_ .' ,' ,,".,' ,.:_ "-
demonstrated in the northern Everglades just what can be done by men with better > : -- <.';'-.:" :
to protect : "Q'j':: ; ..' ::

vision I and perse.yeranbe., From- a spectral waste Mr. Dahlberg has transormed than to pay the price ofneglect. of our patrons prefer, to *' : ?,' "" "Y"T; : 0 patronize our shop.' : :, ':; :::

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health. ed ice purity.
The lesson.is. obvious.. Let us slop acting the ostrich. Let us Hit our. head protects your "-
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out of the sand. ,and get to work, for .Florida's. biggest handicap today is its prevents l preserves bacteria your- ICE. You can i CLEWISTONS. : PIONEER BARBER SHOP i .,.

.. own people and the sooner they'em'erge rom the mental swamp of despair, development 0 A POWE R buy it from the t t
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th'e 'sooner they will again travel the high road,to sound prosperity ; ..an.cl is C truck ? ?
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of. tomatoes' peanuts and. poultry. prducts.,Figures. compil d.b '\ the 'r1 : I f ,:
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ample room for expansion unless government of the United States : "
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proves too shortsighted; ; to gl"O a tariff that. will adequately protect the .\\n-I I :, I : I :, :i.I i.
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During, the year'' 1929 importations' of" .fiozen.' I eggs from. \ China 'increased. j. 1 1 1 Modernly> equipped in -_- .ii

more than 7,060,000. pounds.. In 'the first. six months. of 1929 more than 57,- I '} "

WO.OOO pounds* of canned tomatoes found their 'w'y Into-the country! whilein \: i !I ;f. both Laundry and Dry Cleaning ., II! V


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country and have some to spare, and the farmers: of the state ''should increase: J.\j :, ';" ':' ]

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their plantings asUong as they are: able to find a ready anci-*ofitable.mar I: I' ;,",... space. : .:. 1
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However, i it should not be necessary' the growers -to have. ;to continue I :II. ..; n
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the Importations from: foreign, countries. Even though the I ; .' I 1 ': A.': ] : Florida 1;
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adaptability of the soil 'and climate give this e .' ." ; ,
may state an advantage over I : <: p.
the rest of the country in oLher' WITH THE FAMOUS 'f' : /''''' : '. 1
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the 'Grah tn-Pal e Auto 'B ry Mfg.; In fairness' to newcomers and those .You will find this advertisement in

: La Belle News Company at Perry, Florida. Many who have recently entered into the the "Rooms for Rent" column, and ,. ;

thousand feet of lumber are dried atone business of renting rooms and furnishing Mr. Bostain.,suggests that 'you immediately ,

time' and shipped to the factoryto meals. Mr. Bostain is havingan make application for' this in- )
the : La Belle .
The teachers of
be converted into automobile item published in practically every spection license that will ,be ,due October -
(. schools were honored at 'bridge' par- bodies and top parts. newspaper in the State, calling -attention ,,1, and save : yourself the fifty
t.-' evening given by Mr.
Tuesday t to the fact that ,the inspection percent penalty that Is imposed? bylaw 1
and Mrs. Frnnk Daugherty' the Dr. license is due 'on the first of October. 1I I ,;'
I Seebold residence. Besides the teachers INSPECTION LICENSE DUE OCTO- I

i the invited guests were Mrs. A. BER 1, SAYS COMMISSIONER' OFHOTELSBEN A HOTEL IS SELDOM LIKE HOME .
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L. Taylor and Mrs. E E. Edwards.The : S ,
H. BOSTAIN.Honorable -
RIBBONS SALES REPA l rtS
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ciety leaders of the Methodist 130-1 1- : I I ITS .DIFFERENT AT THE
L' C. SMITH & CORONA
Hotel
I attended the Methodist zone meetingIn Bei H. Bostain, .:

Forty Myers: Rev. and Mrs. Coil-I: Commissioner,. upon being interviewed I TYPEWRITERS INC.. ,. .,.., .... WATANABE .6 ". .
ette, Mrs.Richards. Mrs. Cornette,': at Tallahassee in regard to :' .' "
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Mrs. N J. Bush, Mrs. W. E. Hendel'son I the activities of his office, said that. Our representative 'will// be in Cldwiston on the iwelvlh of each month :J: /

I "\; Mrs.. Ezell, Mrs. Charles O. Ros- I they uere'.!mailing ,out .application! For special service, notify Glades Delivery. Machines picked up by '/ ,"Here you will, find the most pleasing \ -<: '" .

':'sll, Mrs. Dryer," Mrs. Pfaff, Mrs. Ed- blanks] to ,all citizens of whom they them delivered to us and returned to you at a minimum charge. i \ "

Hvards, Miss Edna Dreyer have a record, who are operating ho-I' : atmosphere coupled with meals' : '
: 21 Fagan Arcade West Palm Beach ,
tels, beaming) houses, apartment '

;..>,. Miss'Cor9ne' Jones, Miss ;Ann Press- houses, rooming "houses, restaurants, just as you .enjoyed] i in your home. : )

nell, Miss) Mildred Rode will motorto ,lunch or sandwich stands or countersin .. \ I
Okeechobee 'where they J will spend I this State. A few rooms are now available farguest "'

.the week end. I Mr Bostain says that the law re-' t
I c' \ who intend to make Clewiston
j quires every person, firm or corporation -
Mr. and :Mrs.A.: L. Taylor and I operating a hotel, boarding house their .
Loraine, motored to Englewood Announcing the opening o- home. ;
: laughter, apartment house, rooming house, res- !

Sunday. I taurant, lunch or sandwich stand or S ; t Il '," \ .. E '. .: ..

counter, or building structure .. ., DENTAL ,OFFICES I : : 7'I' .
any or :::
Mr J. H. Fears' of the Lee CountyBank" I 1 <\".;:: -ENJOY Y.0URSELFAT ,.: (.
: where roofs or meals are furnishedfor >. ;" !;.': ::_. I' : : ; THE i: -
of Fort Myers was a business pay to transient or* permanent j I ;b V-, ,
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,Hsitor in La Belle Wednesday. guests, to file the correct address; and I .tor: !: 'In 'The Hopkins Block Of : .. .,: ( \

1 description of.their place of businessand .<<,....':.. "
.. A bridge party will be given by apply 'for an inspection license, :: "Vr S

/Irs. Joe Ross. in honor of her visitor I from the Hotel Commission' on or before :)[., DR. JOHN ANDERSON ,. The Watanabe Hotel l

I ,Irs. A.:L. Davis of St Louis, Friday. I October 1, or the''first. day they I ,.lu.' .'"", Dentist :.'. ,, '

I I open for business. ,1 "' '*/!\'; .:> .: Y ,
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The law requires a fifty percent .. : '
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lembers of the La Belle Bridge club penalty to be added to the license fee*I ';,', ..', :: .. ; :. I
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lest Mrs. A. L. Davis of St. Louis the date it is due. -- :

The guests were: :Mrs. E. E Ed- The law does not require Mr. Bos-

.bards, Mrs. Chas. O. Ross, Mrs. A lain to mail out, the application blanks ..
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notices promiscuously over the r .

/ L. Stewart. Mrs. Carl Royer, Mrs State, but he does so as a matter of -. \

rank Daugherty, Mrs. Pope, Mrs. courtesy and fairness to all citizensof .
CLEVnSrON
SANITARY DAIRY
rover Hill, Miss; Edna Dreyer, Miss whom he has a record, in order to i

allie MIddleboVough_ save them the possibility of overlooking :- I,. iI
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t 41) :Mrs. Carl Royer will give a bridge the embarrassment: of not havingto 1 -

irty', Tuesday afternoon at her home. pay the penalty. I

. ,Herbert 'Duval was "a business visiT -I "IN AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL" i. l\\
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BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE

; in La Belle .l last.week 1 Ir. .. Duvat, T "FAIR" AWNING .. \ ".' i I
to his home in Clear- ,::.' ,/ a. : I
turned today .

'. '" ater.I. i Quality Remembered SHOPPE"Long, After : i TUBERCULAR TESTED. ..; :',;::; THE CLEWISTON 'INN : \' : I


:Mr. aid. Mrs 'G W. Pettee and! Price Is Forgotten '
\ : : On Lake' Okeechobee :
orge, Loveland Pettee were'. .week, Xo f' 10 Lakeview Arcade, Lakeview I'J- J ; ,,I' : :r
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The following were among the West 'Palm Beach Florida I ... .. '.. ;':. .;\ ..: .;;,,.' \,;, .;; ; I
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jests at the Everett Hotel duringe : I -- \ "' -" ==;=': := ;-::; ': '; = = ; = Clewiston. "- ...:'. : .". \': ".FloridaOPENAL'L f
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week end: R. C. Janners, Wade -- I' : ';'...;'"'.:' .: '.;' '" :.' ,
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BITS ABOUT FLORIDA A ./ ;f1; :-:..:...:". .. ," .:P.,,: It1;. : : ( .'. _
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:ach, September 4th. Howard Selby I ".. ., ..... ,I. \" ,.
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,West Palm Beach was chosen ; \

;r r.".'\.J, y',ard airman and Marcus of the A. Milam Flood of Control Miami'f"I Iy I i'L IX. ; .L.v:5: i ; : FORGING AHEAD" /:'; '


ce-Chairman of the f' ', Everglades is T 1vt ,! '/ ,>:;:"'-. >.''',. /" ',.. .. / .

\' ;. ard. Governor Doyle E. Carlton i i"I" } > \, .-" .. ;!-
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t ij est Palm Beach will, be admiriistrae 'tji1 I ( ,
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kdquarters for the engineering tie- I A' 2500-TON; A DAY MILL ADDITION !
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( Associated Press' reports, from Or- "' '. :,:: '.' ::l"::,," '. .
RESIDENTS
; UNDER CONSTRUCTION
'" ulo, announce that a' New York .,.' ", I
t adicate has been organized with a ':\ WIDE
; WELL PAVED ROADS
a ital of $10,000,000 00 for invest- ; ttf' .
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., tnt in Florida orange groves*. It istted ."c}... ._?..,, .' r LEADING IN FROM THE COAST AND
that than $lOOOtOOO.OO ''1;: .t" : .
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.": :r oJ> .'ftli of groves in Polk County haven .i' ; '<,. THOUSANDS OF ADDITIONAL ACRES '
placed under option.

in -so Delightful to Drive -so Economical to Own! OF LAND BEING PREPARED FOR SUGAR '
The state banking department The Chevrolet Six delivers ,
its
power Many people still do not appreciate
; latest consolidated statement iY I It with that smooth, even, velvety how little it costs to own a Chevrolet CANE.?: '
that Florida state banks and flow which 'characterizes the
truly Six. You
:fenvs can actually secure a .
: .st companies on June 29, 1929 held fine automobile. At.every speed, you Chevrolet Six for practically the ;

t i lources of nearly $200,000,000. travel without. the slightest annoy same cash and monthly payments ",

-- ance from vibration. Equally de you would expect to make for arty ,f

Another new industry of impor- lightful are its comfort and hanlow-priced car. Furthermore, it. is THESE ARE A FEW OF.THE REASONS -

!ice to Florida is the dry kilns of dUng ease. Four,, long semi-elliptic unusually economical,to operate.
r t' shock absorber springs provide the better than 20 miles to the nation WHY CLEWISTON IS FORGING STEADI I
road balance found in the finest .
I cars. of gasoline with unusually low oil '
;TICE TO RESTAURANTS, I ,And the steering gear is equipped consumption. Come in for a demonstration
,,JNCH OR. SANDWICH STANDS throughout with friction-free ,ball today! .r" :, LYFORWARDTOTHETOPqFTHELIST
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.I: OF. FLORIDA'S ;MOST. SUBSTANTIAL i

\ -so Durable and Dependable! The $ .
iD,, APARTMENT. HOUSES. 595.Th : 1 COMMUNITIES. 't I
'". -X r "The/ Chevrolet Six is built to the ,COACH I \'. \. '\
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Ul persons furnishing meals, lunchor "worldJs'l tlttandards.Its design e ,The Imperial ,, I .
represents more than four ."'..525 SEDAN .... 695 "
operating.. a hotel, boardingise i yearsdevelopment : eADS1"ER' '''''''' '. ,
ThPIIAETON. _
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rooming house or apartmentise 'v -' nd testing. Materials; ........ 525 sedan eUftY7....',595 f J, '

are required to file a descrip- 'are'ca "efulI'yselected.perform Highly manufacturing skilledworkmen ''The'COUPB............'595S&fe The DeU"erJ''Lift he, ..."400 f .
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every. '
ution and address of their bush! .., .'t ',645 .Tbe .: ,I t Eor, Details Write' \
operation. And inspection' is ...._.... ''IH'ToaCbaM&a... 545 < ; to
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ense s and from secure State..a Hotel State Commission Inspection .rigorous is quality and so continuous.high that The result I 'SEDAN The. ..........'.675. Chawla Tb IH whJa Too car...9'650 / \ ,i

: :Tallahassee. confidently look forward to you thou-can "ua+c.r/...*./ ror,.WU**.Mtc*.

'hose "who shall fall, refuse or sands thousands OOMrARE the deUnredpeke M we fl M the Ot prico In
of
upon CLEWISTON
;' care-free, con .ld .... Cbrrak*'. detlrccod! CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
lect to pay said license on' or.be8 -* dependable miles! Paces locJud: ooly.reasonable charges for doUrory ana .
!oodnR. .
October 1o'f each year or the

:' .r, t day they open for business, Clewiston Florida t r

.,e all be guilty of .a misdemeanor", r '" I

the law requires a fifty percent I CieWfton: : Motor 'C.e. l f

alty ,to be added to the license fee )
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STORM REPORTS FAIL WORK PUSHED ON $650,000 ed are those at Gramling farm on the | CONTRACT IS LET only six grades in the school. of the back country gave them a com

, TO SCARE LOCAL PEOPLE CONTRO PROJECT j Moore Haven road, Benbow farm on FOR NEW SCHOOL Leaders in the movement for the pleted picture, of Florida's possibili-

(Continued from page 1)) '. the Moore Haven road, Liberty Point, organization of the ,P. T. A. are Mrs. ties.
\ I (continue-;; from page 1)) eight miles west of Clewiston, Bare I Continued' from Pace 1)) : Ferguson, president of the Woman's The elaborate I system of water con-

such necessary precaution as tying 'I Beach, four miles east of Clewiston. I club Mrs. J. P. Brown chairman of trol on the Southern Sugar company
awnings and moving porch furniture I projects already completed this new South Sugarland district, south of several of the leading citizens pointedout the Child' Welfare committee of the properties in the sugar belt of the

into the houses. 'I program on completion will mean. that Clowiston and South Bay.; this week that Belle Glade is the Belle Glade Woman's club and Dr northern Everglades greatly impressed

14 _. Scenes around, town further showedthe In the sugar belt of the northern Everglades I The commissaries which have already -' only community in the county where I. William J. Buck, president of the the visitors the majority of

confidence of Clewiston residents. ] will) be facilities foe/ pump- been stocked are those at Lib the school goes only to the sixth, Belle Glade town council and community whom appeared to be vitally interested -

1 In .the administration. offices of the I ing 1, 650,000 gallons] of water per I erty Point, Benbow Farm and South'Bay 'j I grade and they hold that the fact physician in the capacity of the pumping sta-

I Southern Sugar company, typewriters minute into the lake .and the managers' respectively I II I that South Bay a smaller communityhas tions and the thoroughness with

clicked busily and clerks apparently j The immense drainage project now I are, J. II. Cason, G. L. Sandell and I II II better school fdciljjties! is conclu- CALIFORNIANS ON which the drainage and irrigation

oblivious to warning of the approaching being pushed includes additional I Frank Lockmiller. sive evidence o'f the' Injustice being problems have been solved here
I SPECIAL TRIP
t storm calmly pursued their ,routIne -,[ pumping facilities at the south line, I done their town. -

duties, on the townsite a power'!' Unit C.of. the South Florida Conser- The possibility of a representative (Continued from page 1)

lawn mower busiy hummed through vancy district, Pahokee district and [ WORK LAUNCHED IN delegation from Belle Glade laying; -

.. tall grass In the Civic Center section; ]|I Pelican Lake district.At their case before the Palm Beach hcnsive trip through the cane fields 666is

road construction gagngs pushed the j I he south line where the con- 'CLEWISTON AND CANAL PT. county commissioners is being freely and sugar D1I1l.Ueturnfng; \ a Prescription for

. : boulevarding of Royal Palm Avenue crete is being poured for the founda- discussed throughout the community. to the east coast 'late
;. of I house the completed COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,
1. and here and there in the yards tion for the pump r Friday afternoon the Californians I
,work (Continued from page 1)) BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.It .
laundresses also includes ,
homes could be seen negro drainage planned to visit Miami which together -'
busy with the family wash all the, lateral canals and work is being SCHOOL, CHILDREN with the agricultural development is the most speedy remedy known.

,f Absolute water control had during pushed on the construction of the PHYSICALLY FIT -- -. -- -

S two previous* hurricanes: proven the I outside levee.HOUSE I outward, releasing the cane into the I ,
town's immunity from storm damage cane carrier when the car Is, tilted at (Continued from page 1)) MRS. B. A BOURNE. GRADUATE IN MUSIC AT SYRACUSE -

and; this ,yelr:: with the lake lower j the cane pit at the mill. UNIVERSITY WILL ACCEPT A LIMITED NUM--

than it has been in years' and with' a I I CONTRACT IS. I In keeping with the company's policy elation will strive for is the coopera- BER OF PUPILS IN 'VIOLIN. PIANO AND CHORAL MU-

21 foot dike completed across the lakefront AWARDED BY SUGAR CO. of economy the installation of re- tion of the county authorities in' haying SIC BEGINNING SEPTEMBER \1. ARRANGEMENTS FOR

at Clewiston, the majority of lo i.refining equipment for crank case oil more grades added to the Belle LESSON HOURS MAY BE MADE BY CALLING AT HER

appeared, totake the attitude was announced yesterday By this Glade school. At present the town of HOME ON 'CRESCENT
cal ,people (Continued from page. 1)) DRIVE OR BY WRITING.: TUI-
that "we are better than ever p \ I system; crank case oil used in the Belle Glade is the noly community in II TION, $2PER: /'HOUR. I

protected against storjn damage, and yen to Canal Point has been\ completed -. hundreds of sugar company tractors Palm Beach county where there are, I

if the 1926 and 1928'vTiurricanes failed and three 'of. the 'commissaries: and trucks will be re-refined, and according .

. :to materially damage the community have already; been stocked and managers to officials in charge the new

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I By The Way Have You HeardOf ?- A Mystery' Drama that Is ,different.TUESDAYWEDNESDAY line WANTED.Casualty Solicitor Company old ''I S S

-- I II Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, MIZELLWest

Interest to Clewistonites was the I i especially written for her by Edmund the Stars of "Seventh Heaven' ,and writing accident, health .

wedding of Miss Charlotte Bryant' Coulding, who besides directing the I "Street Angel' In LUCKY STAR. A and automobile' I Insur I Palm '" ,

daughter of F.E.. Bryar.t of the Sou-I J picture also wrote the story. Miss j'Movietone Talking Production. Low N !d-

trern Sugar company to Stafford B. Swanson's singing voice, however, Is I THURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAYThird ance. rates on auto BeachGraduate \

Beach at the Holy Trinity: church 'lr_ a revelation Possessing"a surprisingly BIG '4' Production MADAMEX mobiles' Commis s i o, n A'

Palm Beach. Rev William P. S- Lander powerful Voice rich In tonal, quality with Ruth Chatterton, Lewis only. Write giving full t Iw I Nurse

officiated this famous actress, who once Lewis Stone, Raymond Hackkett. All I
Two tall baskets of yellow and I studied for an operatic career, proves Talking Dramatic Sensation of the details. State ,Agent, 336!

white-gladioli were placed at the en without the slightest dougt that she year. A* Metro Production. W. Flagler S t.., Miami \ I Phone 8121

trance to the chancel which was lined) has one of the finest voices yet = =-===-=-=-_ -r--4 -- -- _' __ I
palms. White ti ll n.l!ll.!I.leu.! ..u !l.1ll.ll.ll.1! n 1ll.!u. o..n. .. n.,.t,l.. ,II III!!l.ll.! .l! lIIIIJ"I'"I''I' '' tl l!nrll an tw.. eue'n. '. tanl.u.ualtal.. r .
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asters: carnations United Artists has surrounded Miss !
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to the strains of the bridal chorus the New York legitimate stage. The ;r.;I'I .

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leading male role is Qfectively playedby -
by Mrs Lander. The bride entered on Robert Amps, best known for his m'. =D =9

the arm of her father: who gave her admirable: performanc 'in. "Icebound,'* is no Wl' ___ >

i in marriage. She was attended by her"I a Pulitzer prize play. Others whoa im :\.. --. '
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Iston and they\v;ere met at th" .alta I I Delude- William Holdon, Purnell Pratt
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brother, John B. Beach, Jr., and t Henry j B. Walthall and Wally Albright rt ; ii 1 GOES' 1 1u

groomsmen Captain F. Deane Duff cClewiston I a clever child actor. '. .

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with 'a long full skirt and full] One of the most interesting events I IJRICES01'J ,TIRES II .

cape and girdle of cream lace. With of the theatrical season will take ,

this she wore a small brow velvet place on Thursday, October 3, when ,
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sheaf of yellow chrysanthemums \ersion of that famous play, MadameX 1 ma 1r

tied with brown satin ribbon. comes to the Stanley Theatre, featuring '
The bride was charming in her a brilliant cast, headed by STARTING FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, WE ARE OFFERING OUR ENTIRE I

which had Miss Ruth Chatterton, the famous I
mother's wedding gown
also been worn by ].Mrs.Duff. (Elizabeth star of the legitimate stage, Lewis m STOCK OF."U. S. ROYAL AND USCO TIRES AT FACTORY PRICES. OUR I

Bryant) at Jier wedding in Chicago Stone and Raymond Hackett In addition
$3,000 STOCK WILL BE SOLD AT UNHEARD
ivory whose OF PRICES FOR THIS SECTION
last October It was of ; Lionel Barry more, III '

duchesse satin made in empire style name has long been a by word on the
II OF FLORIDA. WESAVE YOU THE MIDDLE I MAN'S PROFIT. WHEN
with a tight fitting bodice, Empress American stage and screen abandonedthe itI I

Josephine collar long tight lace role of actor, to direct this deeply
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tipped sleeves and full skirt and trainto moving and stirring audible screen : m'm

which gardenias were fastened.She version of MADAME X. '

wore a Ion; veil of 'Ivory tulle, The performance of Miss sChatterton COMPARE THESE PRICES WITH MAIL ORDER HOUSES. EVERY TIRE iii

with a coronet cap of duchsse.Jace in the title role of Madame X is

and carried a shower bouquet' of said to be the finest' of her career. I GUARANTEED. WE MAKE OUR OWN ADJUSTMENTS. COME EARLY BEFORE -. I

white roses and valley lillies. In subdued tones, she has caught the .

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Columbus, Ga. '. j! With this unusual feature attraction i II II- / . SIZES. ,"...:' ,' e.,..,., : !
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offeringan ,' : /
also ,
the New Stanley is \ ..
P G. Bishop and, Dr. Longtield excellent Collegian Comedy, Varsity I F' .' I"m' ;

Smith were dinner guests at the homeof Drag. These comedies playing iti-4 / I I ," : eqra ""

Dr. and Mrs. 'B. A. Bourne on i the latter. half of every week have I I j = -

Crescent drive Tuesday evening | proved to be very_ popular, also the I ,-, .> .
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Sarah Mr. and and Mrs Louise Bussey have and returned daughters to'|'j I '4'MADAME Production X is and the will third be of followed the Big I I I BAKER SERVICE ST A TION

Clewiston after spending the summer next Thursday, Friday and Saturday'

in Ashburn, GatMr I by WOMAN TRAP, the dynamic hit 1! I
Clewiston Fla. .
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I of the year, starring Hal Skelly, Evelyn a \ ... \ iti ..
S. Harvel accompanied .
and Mrs. Wilson Chester Morris. *
Brent and :

spent the week by their end visiting daughter relatives Margie. 'I SUNDAY.MONDAYThomas Mieghan in his first all-j j ;>:;. : ,: : : .:,: i \ ,,r ": -<.- ; > ,\ 1,: ,,:: :;, .::; : :, ,">,:- < ; ; :;:i :';' : ::4 ,''> m


in Delray Beach. talking picture 'THE ARGOT LL I .

Lee H. B. Warner :: ; .' Ins'r' 'ml'cu' po UIIIII'IIIIIlII1II."i.: :! : n .. !ll.J.1J.1J.1! ... n'a11W1 11 .rn'! .'.. n .
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Tn a party of Clewistonites who ----- .
spent Sunday at Lake Placid were I I';t I'l..l!! !1'Il.J.l.J., !! '. .!!!.!!!!!!!..!!M!U!!!!!.!! !l1.!l.11.1!! !! ra"I', "'"'llll":" ." !ll1!!!!113''I!!!!l! 11.11 !J.1l.1.l.lJ.l! !! !! !ll.! !!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!.!.!!'!!!!!..!I !!!!! !!! !!!!.1an... --.IIIu.I.u..Irtt.:. rnale, nu o I -' *
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Mr and 1V. C. Bill Hooker and I

E.Mr.:L.Stewart.Hooker's ,mother Mr. and, Mr.Mrs and L.Mrs.A. 1- THE MOST COMPLETE SCHOOL SUPPLY DEPARTMENT IN CLEWISTON. I.) IfcLdJ

Morgan Jr., and children Louis and .

Miss Macie Boncile, Mr. and Stone Mrs.and Ed Casey Drinlcwater Jones | !D WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE SCHOOL SUPPLY DEPARTMENT IN CLEWISTON. WHETHER, m

1. e, YOU ARE IN NEED OF A SCHOOL TABLET OR CRAYONS, OR ANY OF THE OTHER NUMEROUS 7
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KETTLER THEATRE PROGRAM J I' ITEMS THAT ARE IN DEMAND WHEN SCHOOL O PENS, OR WHETHER IT IS SOMETHING IN WEAR -

Gloria Swanson--first all-talking I ABLES FOR TH ESCHOOL BOY OR GIRL WE URG E YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE AND SHOP NOW. m _

picture, "The Trespasser one of the : ; : :
most. interesting stories to make its I *


way shown to at the the audible Kettler screen Theatre; will, West be I SCHOOL OXFORDS -BOYS SHORTS. SHIRTINGS SCHOOL BLOUSES PLENTY OF I


Palm Beach for three days starting r PENCILS
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Wednesday, October 2 .
In New York and San Francisco, I The very popular White.or. Colored TABLETS -. .
-- for boys or girls, black Good quality cheviotsfor I Irr
where this picture has already played PENCIL BOXES
for boys also broadcloths Madras -
or
been pants ,
the work of Miss Swanson has -
; or brown shirtings CRAYONS -
hailed enthusiastically by press and 1- knicker style N Shirtings
public alike. For this tine actress BOOK SATCHELS m

,who has not been seen on the screen $195 I6C YD- I SLATES : :
: : : 69C
since her well remembered perform. $1.00 I I ETC : .
iti
ance as "Sadie Thompson,* Is thor- .
oughly at home in the new setting of

audible screen drama. Her speaking ,

voice Is clear and well modulated, : .

possessing which makes that her characterization dramatic Intensity be RT ATF BROTHERS I Iill

lievable and convincing. It Is.a. role / /

ideally suited to the histrionic talentof .

Miss Swanson who. fine actress Francisco Street Clewiston, Fla. 1

that she Is, makes it thrilling. fpm If!

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