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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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---- -' TOWNSITE PROPERTY
VISITS SUGAR BOWL .*.S AND.
y. ..4 I 1- Six Inches Of Rain;< ,

,, DRAINAGE BOARD : i. Here Over Week End
i.Y.- I SUGAR PLANTATIONS UNDAMAGED

Despite the, fact that 6.65 inches

ONt INS'P.EGTION of rain'fell in 'Clewiston over ,the Local
I 1 People Calm 1
\ week end raising the water level in FARMING{ TOWNS } y

', r t the canals to 17 1 feet' 36 hours :, Await>< Blow F Following

TOUR OFO.LADES i later every street-in the community ARE UNDAMAGEDHEAVY I Radio Warnings From
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'\ was bone dry and the level in the 1; Miami.
, "' --,-- canals had dropped back, to the nor-
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Headed By Gov. Carlton It I mal 12 foot mark. BY RAINS Accurate, check-of
conditions, InI
r: Machiner in ,the townsite I
r Board Members Spend I pump I Clewiston and of property and cane
ing plant ran smoothly and reducing -
T Hours in Clewis of I Tr ,veHn I j, fields of the Southern Sugar company
wo K v v v S )<, a the canal ,water levels five Ex erse Is
revealed that this
community suffered
ton On Lake Tour. -I fee' in 36 hours again proved the I Biggest I Ino
Item
I "'I RelleGlade l damage from the storm which
: ,4 ; Nr1eiLI&I I definite water control in this dis- I
Ij swept the state last
trict. 1 and ''a ilale I Saturday Even
e
Marking almost.. to a day the anniversary some flimsily constructed buildings on
of his trip' through the nor- The level of Lake Okeechobee is I the outskirts of Clewiston
escaped un
Money
spent for transportation,
now 14.7.P 1
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I them Everglades when as candidate damaged and officials
of the Southern
meals and hotel
bills in other commu-
; for governor he abandoned his cam- Sugar company both in the Clewiston i
nities
by those who
left their hometowns
,: paign to assist in; the relief work inv I and the Canal Point divisions reported -
when
storm
,the 1928 hurricane, Governor Doyle T A REDOUBLES radioed from Miami warnings last week were after a careful survey that there ,
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,/ E. Carlton, accompanied by members- con- '
,' stituted was no loss in the cane fields.
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practically the only storm
I of the Everglades Drainage board EFFORT TO Wind velocity at the peak of the
r BETTER I losses to the communities of Belle
;, ; and Fred C. Elliott, engineer for the I
" ', ; I. Glade and storm here was estimated at from 35
.. Pahokee. according to
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;. : district made an Inspection! tour of. statements to 45 miles per hour and at no time
made by residents of those
; : / the drainage facilities in the northern & CLEWiSTON SCHOOL during the blow was there dangerof
J' J" : towns on the eastern and' southeastern any /
Everglades and spent some two hours lake 'water entering: the town
shore of Lake Okeechobee. ,
at Clewiston last Thursday afternoon. f
\, i Losses from crop' damage in these Whn storm warnings were first
L S School
Because they: were forced, to make, ; mL Will Be Placed farming"- broaclcasted' from W I '0 D' in Mionv::
communities
<4! a, scheduled two day trip in one day_ On Accredited List I It' was negligible, local merchants took precautinary
was reported since there few
were
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.' (Please turn to ,page 5)) : r measures by boardl'ng tip their store
For This Term. crops in and although the heavy rains I
;. I will merely" mean a postponement of front and many home owners fastened S

: :' ; : With I the planting for about ten days., I their windows securely and removed
: iiai opening of the 'schoolterm '
ARMISTICE DAY" ,
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-....;: A{ in Clewiston this week, members The fact that Belle Glade and Pa- "

: >: PLANS WIII I 'RR. I! ; }" 'association of* the Clewiston under the Parent-Teacher direction of. storm hokee suffered caused large so heavily'in numbers the of 1928 peo- PROMINENT SUGARAUTHORITY 1

"i: Mrs.. ple to leave these communities when
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] president, redoubled l -
: ;;,; DISCUSSED HERE Pq. their' efforts to have the local storm' warnings were received this ,t

scho ol dofinitey' placed on the sta'te-t!year and with the passing of the I JOINS

accredited i storm Saturday -night the people returned I
list
of- schools this ear,
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: L carV0te'rRn s To nTakePJa .and of 'work;made.. which'(plans:, ,fot.;an active. winter !'their homes Sunday'and and' .places Monday of; business to find ,: they believe will not
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r s For Dinner And I I only place the local{ school on the accredited entirely undamaged'by: the storm. !I I _

Dance on Nov. 11. list but raise it to the point Business in, both communities was Dr. I.. Longfield Smith '

.s) ..' 1 II I That members of the Everglades Drainage board might get 'first hand where it will compare favorably with back to normal Monday moring and :i,-
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I pumping :i v Js InternationallyK
f' with statipns in the South
p World war veterans of the Clewis I information on conditions throughout the district' was the purpose' of the any school in the stat i ,

ton post of the American Legion will I I Everglades tour by Governor Doyle E. Carlton and members of the Everglades Equipping of the Red Cross cot and Florida conservancy district I and in, ?'ov T-' As ..: .pert.S .

meet next Tuesday! night to.form definite -I drainage board who spent two hours in Clewiston: on their trip. first aid cabinet has been arranged the Pahokee district qiii i kny cir-ynig |'

.,.. plans for celebration L of 'Armistice :I i, (following! ispection of the mill and t he cane fields, the state officials were and ten pictures were purchased for off excess water from tha I'avm 1-nds- ,. S, Another internationally know authorny1 I

: |' Day: in (Clewiston, it was announced --I visibly impressed with! the progress made by '''the Southern ugar Company the school rooms this week. it was residents of then sections are looking ':,. on sugar cane has joined the

.. here yesterday by Wilber D I,: in building the -t1ew sugar bowl for America. announced. Matress for the Red Cross forward-, to-prosperous:. winter. season ( staff of the Southern Sugar company,
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p ,ti ", Cole vice commander. 'f''', cot and the first aid cabinet was donated I i I/lit was learned here yesterday with I

t Although definite plans: for .ho ob-, I' I by the Southern Sugar company : \1 I the official announcement of the ap- I
i PLAN MADE FOR ARMY\ 'ENGINEERSAFE '
servauce of Armistice Day,1l have not I| ; the pillow.was donated by the | pointment of, Dr. L. Longfield Smith ,,1'1

d' .yet been made, it -is known that at I Clewiston Supply company and sheet WAERWAYl GROUP as agronomist and chemist fo the '

l., ', least part of the program of former I I! PACKING. HOUSE SAYS CLEWISTON and pillow cases were donated by l I I sugar company

years will be followed and this will i, & r (Please turn to p'age'2)) I TALKS LAKE' PLResolut AN !; Dr. Smith as"a j-esult of :years of
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.,* Include outdoor services at'some time I:j 1 I AT BELLE GLADE IN STORMS r \, ) activity sugar cane work along agronomic -

tq-\ during the day, a supper ,frir the veterans ,< I' -- i lines is internationally? prominent
l I'
-- when memories of days of 191S :|i I I Clewiston,/' Mill Williamson >i o n I i the sugar Industry, and, his ap-

will be refreshedand, an Armistice pointments as agronomist and chem-
Farm Cooperative Col. Brooks Gives Reasons Work Pushed For Unanimouslv, Passed I
Group
evening. 1st for the
Day dance at the Inn in the ,i|i ( Southern Sugar company.:

..... fa Whether the local veterans will J, :To Complete Plans I For Town's Big Season_ HereWith :I In N.: Y. Meeting. I j according to company officials is in

'; plan a gala Armistice, Day celebration On 'Monday Night. Immunity. ---=--' j I '! keeping with the policy of the comp-

the will depend on the exception of connectingthe ny in securing the services of the
/ .... for community, ----- i ; I Resolutions to be presented to the
'.'. Please. turn., to Page '5 :j ji Determined to check the evils 'of.consignment Clewiston virtually Immune from driving gear and some minor adjustments Rlters and Harbors committee of, most capable men available. :
--- .,..... "---- i the IS-roll mill in the approving tho Construction | Dr. Smith was educated at the
congress
selling of truck crops any danger caused by lake water i I
CLINIC ON TUESDAY Clewiston factory of the Southern Royal High School of Edinburgh and
:, I grown. in the northern 9verglades: whipped by a high wind ,according to I of 'a barge canal through Lake' Ol ee- ':
\ I __ i members of the Farmers' Cooperative Colonel Mark C. Brooks. divisionen- Sugar company: is practically readyI chobee from the ocean to the gulf'at Edinburgh University In Scotland.
Clewiston school ,children will be I ,I I for the 1929.30 grinding season and w"ere I passed at the annual conventionof I He was graduated with a B S. degee
; association In Belle Glade will meet gineer for the U. S.' War department I
.i.. ', given a physical'examination next I (Please turn to page 5) I who was in Clewiston last, Saturday !!I I I attention is now being centered oil '' ,I the Atlantic Deep Water Way association and was awarded the "1851 Exhibi}

Tuesday free of charge, it was an- I and inspected the lake while the wind I I the construction work in the boiling held in New York City, Sep ,I tion1' scholarship which took him to

nounced here yesterday by Mrs. R.T I I was at its height house' end and the boiler house de-I I tember 16 ,through 20, it was any I III I r' (Please turn to page 5))

Patterson: president of the Parent : Big Jewelry Co. Arriving shortly before noon ,Saturday partments of the factory where II nounced here yesterday,by F. L. Williamson I I,Ii i!
1" Teacher association who said that the Colonel Brooks took advantage ditional equipment is being, rapidly who attended the meeting. j 1 I TO AWARD TWb SUITS

I' (j clinic has been arranged through the From Miami pensClewiston (Please turn too page 2)) Installed. All indications pont to the I i Mr. Williamson who attended the /
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i ., cooperation of Dr. F. D Tatom. Branch fact that the 2,500 ton a day addtion meeting as president' the New River I I Because of Jh heavy rains last

t There will also be trained nurse I will be finished on schedule for the I Okeechobee;: and 'Caloosahatcheeassociation Saturday night there was no suit

I '. present and. )Mrs. Patterson urged This community took another forward :- MIAMI PLANNING opening of the 1929-30 grinding sea. I'| Navigation was instru- :I I I awarded in the Hudson suit club last 1:

that all Clewiston mothers take ad- I step this week with the opening I son when Clewiston will boast of the' mental in enlightening the convention i week but two suits will be awardedon

vantage of the. fact that there Is no I of a Clewiston branch of the Cunning largest single unit sugar cane factor Yin "j delegates on the advantages ot 7such.a '. Saturday night at nine oclock It
NEW LAKE
charge and have. their children ex ham-Rhodes jewelry company -of''' MI- I TOUR the continental United States. cross state waterway: through Okec-' was announced yesterday by G V.

amined. I I (Please turn to page 5)) ", I I II I i chobee in preference to the discussed Hudson All members are asked to be '

I ., .' I I r plan for the waterway through Flor- present at Hudson's store next Saturday =

4 5 EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGN I BE TOPIC.AT I Interest n Cane' Resulting Pu ryear Praised :1 (Please turn to page, 6)) night' .----,-
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In Plans For. -I '
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, ;, :.' BETTER! ,BUSINESS I LEGUE: MEFTINIA'! ; ;i I New-Trip. \I ., I .v. .For:- Aft Hospitality Clewiston_1 Inn ROADS, IN! SUGAR BELT UNDAMAGED :

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; ,,' : ., I Miamians were so impressed with
, I OF WEEK END
', the activities in, the northprn Ever-..i i, :With .Clewiston ., again enjoyingwarm 1 AFTER HEAVY ,RAINS, I II
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'I' ; :, Members of the Clewiston, Better shouldremain at homers being spent glades that discussion of {(their i Ttrip** .sunshine days, following the j! --

I ," Business League at their regular with merchants In o her towns and has stirred interest In_ the northern stormy week"endthose.- who spent

! meeting scheduled for ,next Tuesday cities both.on the east and west coast. Everglades with the* result that a I much of the ween-end at the Clewis- With the exception .of tho Belle I possible in little more than an hour

i I .night will again discuss plans for increasing The educational campaign would, be larger delegation from the Magic I[ ton Inn were high in their praise of Glade-Pahokee road heavy rains over and a I half. \

,J '.... the volume of local business directed to check not only: out of City will probably, make anothergood the manner In which Fred Puryear the week end in the sugar belt aroundthe I Because of the temporary 'manner

..( and according to several members" of+I town buying but to educate Clewiston.ites wall tour through Clewiston and the j I 1 manager, opened the hotel to the southern end of Lake Okeechobee .in which ,holes were, filled in on ,the

j the association will take definite I ites to patronizing local establishments lake section in the near future. I| townspeople. / I failed to affect' the condition, of, roads road from Belle Glade to Pahokee,
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'. steps toward the launching of an educational I In preference to giving local This was the information contained Making thebest of( bad weather in this section survey.. .conducted this stretch is now In poor conditionand

campaign to acquaint local I business to out of 'town solicitors. I in a letter .received here this week, large groins assenfbled at the Inn this week showed." < Il 'while the shoulders are under .,

:-- people'' with the many advantages of That the people of Clewlstou are from, Dale James, executivo secretaryof for cards or dancing 'while- Mr. Puryoir From Moore I Haven around the sou- !.mined In many places, this condition "

: ::," buying 'at home. \ I I anxious to cooperate with the local the Miami chamber of 'commerce busied himself with making the thern end of the lake the roads 'are' has_ existed for the past few months

'\Z' The plan for increasing local ,sales- I r merchants was seen here on Labor In which h: expressed appreciationof -' ""rs comfortable and catering to In good condition and the same ,1s I and no further damage was done to

i in all of, the _Clewiston stores has Day/ when virtually the \ntire town- the board. of directors for the courtesies their every want true of the road from Clewiston to ths shoulders over the last weeek end
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,'' ,been. freely discussed by members ,of remained at home for the r holfdar' ta extended to the Miamians on "Mr.: Puryear's"treatment of those West Palm Beach The newly com Heavy ''rains washed ,out the temporary

,? :: : the Merchants association aii'd while take part{ In the exercises sponsored their 'recent"isit to Clewleo!j. who mado the Inn their headquarters pleted road from Clewiston to Belle filling In the holes In the center -

,, \ business has been excellent throughout by the members of the Clewiston Bet "Those who made the trip to Clew Friday and Saturday1' said a local Glade stood up well during the heavy I of the road however, with the

;.. '_ I.: .- the summer members) of the ''tef Business League. I iston and other towns on the lake"Wrote resident "was largely responsible for rains and with, the, approaches to the result that travel over Athls stretch is

..:'{ ,,;r: \ '- Better Business League have expressed I Miss Marian Leydigt secretary of Mr. James "were BO deeply 1m- the exhibition calm unconcern over bridges repaired; the trip from this I now hard on tires.

the belief that.money Which (Please turn to page 5)) 1 Please turn to page' 5 prospects of a storm by; Clewlstonites., community to the east coast Is easily \i (Please turn to page 2))
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1 I'.GE. TWO \ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, ,,1929. r

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The Clewiston News P. T. A. REDOUBLES EFFORTTO are in good condition, thrse! j in the\ Clewiston ,section. \ damaged b, y the storm. \" : I

suc'cessor to "The Clewiston Progress BETTER SCHOOL west end of Hendry ,County near La "Clewiston"* he said "Is ideally lo-j\ With dawn Sunday morning the

I I Belle are in bad shape, and accordingto cated on a wide sweep of straight'' "
'. '...Y. only signs of the storm, was the rain :
./ (Continued from Page 1)) advices received in Clewiston therewere shore line, in sharp contrast to other I ;
S, 1928, at the post .,rrict;, water in the streets and through'th
February!
Entered as secuml'Cjat s? uwiur : 1 some 25 cars stuck in mud and bottleneck locations on the lake. Regardless '
operation of! the- townsite '
3, 1879. ( pumping,
Clewiston Flu., muter huei urIal; ; cb 1'I Mrs. Patterson. The pictures bought water on the road near La Belle. of which direction the wind plant1 this ex'cess water was removed. .' .
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for the-schooi rooms this week areBlue Grading work on the new Sugar- comes from, it cannot pile up water within hours. '

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LOUIS MORGAN .............::... +c Boy Boy and Rabbit, Curiosity, land highway direct across the prairie in Clewfston because of this wide : ji ( .
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I I :The Geaners, The Angelus; Horse from Clewiston to La Belle is shore line, and I believe that In time I I /1

**M SMITH .................\\......... ..'...;........................................,.. Editor Fair, Spirit of '76, Washington, Dance progressing rapidly, and :while the of storm or hurricane Clewiston is i Program .
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.. of the Nymphs and Spring Song. present contract calls only for the undoubtedly the safest place on Lake
Pal Subscription Rates .
..der I Results already achieved by the grubbing grading and building of ,F'Okeechobee- .' .' \ STANLEY THEATRE S

Parent-Teachers association were reflected drainage structures. it Is hoped that .
By mail in _Florida- ..
Tll outside of Florida :' the announcement that will award West
in the state road department. I Palm Beach Fla. '
whitir $2.5v i One year $2.(10 CAREFUL SURVEY SHOWS ,
I there are now approximately 200 contracts for the surfacing of this

tranothswUhnonths' 1.50 Six months- 1:0U books in the school library and addl-'"l| stretch 'With the completion of the PROPERTY UNDAMAGED Week. beginning October, .6, 1929

1.25 Three monthsPLATFORM ..76 I I tiona equipment was added this week I present work If this is done there I
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for .
NEW'S' I I That the Clewiston parents may become I miles of unpaved highway betweenthe 1 .

'1. Definite control of Lake! Okeechobee with water transportation, better acquainted with the 16- east and west coasts. porch furniture to the inside of the. A Rollicking, Story of Moder fast life.// ._ 't

for local transportation and teachers there will he ani house. '. That s It! % -; '
2. Early completion of the highways cal school I .t-.
the teachers at I There was no sign of panic when "FAST LIFE' .'
for- .
concentration of products. i i informal reception i ',. -

8. A .ah..t uiiial+ downward revision' of frelrht rate! on vpei.'taM'', and I the home of Mrs.' R. Y. Patterson ..' I the storm warnings were receivedand with >. o':J. ',..y ",

other products! t ,tMs! i egr'>i'ii' to 'he n<>+.,tier n market.-; !; from-" four to' six o'clock on Saturday CLEWISTONDURING STORMS this was believed tq be becauseof Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Loretta Young ,,. (,

4. The fl..1 l functioning of 'cooperative marketing association for I October 12 All those. interested in IJ the fact that Clewiston has suet Chester Morris 1''' ,

both buying, and selling purposes.' '\, ,;,;; .., .. the local school are invited"" to be J ..(Continued from P"Ie.! 1)) j,' cessfully ricanes weathered with virtually two previous damage.hur- I., 100 per cent Talking SensationTUESDALWEDNESDAY 1

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r present. I While laborers left the '. ,; ..
,. some community -
been
FRIDAY OCTOBER 4, 1929 ,-': ," Despite the strides that have of the storm winds sweeping across
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,_ when the storm warnings, were .
/ ___ .. .II made during the past 'few weeks, the lake and made a trip on the dike FUNNY! LAUGHS; THRILLS

I STORMS / Ai .- I there is still considerable' work to be to get first, hand infromation. bioadcasted many of'them left to be DonU Miss"HOTTENTOT'f. ; ;
CLEWISTON AND. .
with their families who 'in
are living '
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i/ i I[ done, Mrs.. Patterson aidv and a two foot broke againstthe ,
As the waves
other
," '. towns in the state, and the with
i bridge. .... party will be held every. mon 21 foot dike, the war department .
majority of local who under-
people
has again been proven virtually when proceeds wil go to the Parent- I / Edward E .Horton, Pat Miller
Clewiston
For the third time .since .1926. j engineer after a thorour inspection stood Clewiston's immunity from Otto HoffmanTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAY.

inches of rain which Teacher association spread out a government may and ex- I
five
standpoint, '
control
storm-proof while from a water Further details lot the plans for the storm damage and the effiency of the \
those who accompaniedhim
plained to .
two days "was removed from Clewiston streets almost: asquickly, as school will be made on Friday water control system remained. in r
fell in year the manner in which Clwiston is *-.... '
storm at the first regular meeting -. 'n / A ,Big "4>* Productlon. '
from wash basin, with the result that 48 hours after the October IS protected from storm damage."In ** '. \..)
water runs a to *<:? V. c. Hanson who 'with, her I
the'P. this term and "WOMAN TRAP'Swith
smiled benevolently on smooth wide of T. ,A. the first place"* said the government ./;,...;,, son Willie remained in' their ,
had passed a warm September sun interest in the meeting, i I ;'
encourage "there is rock reef across I
--' man a <"
constructed house reported Ir
Clewiston is back to normal will be awarded to the "p.pte": Hal Skelly, Evelyn Brent. r''
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streets and spacious. velvety. lawns- two pictures the southern end of the lake in frontof fo1'IC.: it seemed perfectly secure ;>.
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had it' not been fort rooms which are represented by the to brepk: Chester Morris ; "nThe J ,
which
and Clewiston serves
r' the community
Not a drop of lake wat entered Mirou.sliout; th- storm and :Mrs. G. H. I '
mothers. Dramatic HIT of the Year.
greatest number'of.. the force of'the water before it reaches Jr. remained' in ; :
rains Clewiston would have shown no traces of the storm .7eand son G H. .
torrential ,
the southern shor :rid the na*lrrr -
the ,
the
'Ue'r newly completed home on I

Sunday morning., \ "-. f ROADS IN SUGAR' al sand r ridge and newly. completeddike ridgp. I L B B' .. .,d"I,;:', '. ''II<

significant'incident'of the week end ,was the arrival of ColonelThe BE.LT UNDAMAGED afford additionl p' otectton. .* Although Jan e groups gathered at.I t U.Ii : : .
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most ; ''
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wide shore line was "
U. S department who made Clewiston's the Clewiston. Inn during the day and I Ie; n "-"- ( .:: lon for 1
Mark C. Brooks division /en gineer for the : War ,(Continued from page 1)) stressed by thewar departmet engineer early evening they returned. to sterl 'i. \ I...' ;,.,' '

New Orleans to, gather ad- "COLD: :. G0-. ::, FLU. DENGUE, .
the trip to .this section from his headquarters in! as one of the 'greatest assurances the night in their homes, confident I:''.

flood/ control fr presentation to congress in the ,near future.ditional I. While the. roads In, the sugar belt that high water will]] not e'amage:' the" the community would t not he PILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. ;. (' ..,

data on I I. I 16 I fr i the most r'pfdy remedy known. '

That Colonel Brooks should have arrived: in Clewiston when we were get- f

ting the heaviest wind was i indeed fortunate for he was then able, to make I \,. -- -.... ':r '
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of conditions here, at their worst
a rapid survey '

Driving to'the dike at the lake the government engineer" studied. with in-. Price J/
Astounding Reductions

terest the lapping of the two. foot waves against the, .21 foot dike, and' spreading ...

of Okeechobee explained tersely why Clewiston. .
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is practically immune.' from storm damage." .,.'S." "" .\.,OL r.'". ,. .:.'. .. ,.c r Guaranteea :,./' '!;? .,.
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In. addition tb' the man-made dike and' natural. sand. ridge'.' 'there. 'Is'a rock. j Q": .t uenuine
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acros the southern end of'the lake in front','of,Clew sto which. makesreef >; t' )[: ..: ( t' vv'y"':,'#:- *? :

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I would pile here, according id 'the war tlepart-, ',.;.' .',," .. .... A,, .,'..,. :. .. hfr1 1C II! I1 ? -. .. ."
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fact that there is such a'wide sweep of, : : .f' : ,.. ; : .; ; { .v
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of Clewiston. tas'compared. with. other... bottle',, neck locations' online lake. that-'". ,. :\':..".1-;" ,.... .. .:. <,h Guaranteed for iLife i V4v. > '\ I-

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Here then we have four good reasons, all of them ofCered')' a government A; buy new, first, quality United States Tires at the lowest -I.

- egineer. of prominence, why: Clwiston may feel same In't l emit of'1 W ., ,, I prices ever offered in this town. ,':

We want to quickly stock of guaranteed .; "
rock reef off shore'in the move our
a storm: natural ridge, manmade'diketnature's .
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Example- ='? '' a.; U. S. Royal Cords and Usco Cords of previous tread .
lake and the wide straight sweep of shore line at Clewiston. .. '.' ...
.1> 1II9 d t klit design. Every tire is a "first" no second quality .
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thorough inspection of the cane both in the Clewistn and Canal Point. divisions 4 ply' I lL-7 : of the United States Rubber Company-the World's ...'.'J ..

say that there probably, wont be a loss of one stash\ of cane. .' '-5 U. S. ROYALJJ/ Largest Producer of Rubbe.r .. -. '. \ .>I .. '.:

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And, so Clewiston has passed'thrugh, another storm and though it. was ; < ,.: -.
"' winter far below what inferior '
4' / equipment at prices
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not so violent as the two previous. hurricanes, it'.was'. of sufficient i 'force to n : >. ;
tires would 'cost. Protection and safety for the winter, '' .... "

prove the adequacy of .our 'protective. me" Sllre's'. ''. For that we' ''-should: be' I cAt ))1; ui4 .-.,. and tires which will be practically as good as new for ..; '''-.;:"': ..."'

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When 1925 left i its trace. \ .UX'.VX: ; ; #" '1 V. 1.'V \,..:..', Bottom Prices
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While others thought the. rocks. ..;'ii'.: :" ,r' .: .. ; ,,,;,". ...: \ [. . X 525 8JO 'LJSCO : '
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coming from South. Bay,' ,. '.,ys. ',/., c, :.::.''. .. :""if'- ..:. given exceptional service to : I :." '
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Roads that'were fierce, inhabitantsWho '\\'. ,,-. ... over I .
size full
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the Glades in 29" ? '. .'
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And seep what Dahlberg's did. ',.,' ; -; .. I.
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/ r Over 1,200,000 I Possible To Have

J Chevrolets Are Green Lawns All / RIBBONS SALES REpA!l2S
:, CARBON pAPER' SERVICEL. I

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Motor Company announced her toda] ing a nice green lawn in tho' iall'an ) ,

that more than 1,200',000; of the new. winter, In Florida, Is largely a matterof Our representative will be in Clervislon on the twclvlh, of each month '

six cylinder Chevrolet. cars ,have beer finding out that it can be done, declares For special service notify Glades Delivery. Machines picked up by A HOTEL IS SELDOM LIKE HOME

r'.. placed on thcr oad since the first of: ,G. E. Ritchie assistant agron them, delivered to us and returned,to you at a minimum charge. ....

the year. \ omist, forage crops office of the I
: This achievement accomplished it United States Department of Agriculture 21 Fagan Arcade West Palm, Beach I

I' *- little over nine month's, Is three times, who is located at the Florida Experiment ... iv. ._ ITS DIFFERENT AT THE
. as
the best showing of any other, manufactures Station Mr. Ritchie stresses i r .
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': year and tops Chevrolet's rec- to the beauty and value. of a home. 1 -

drd total for the entire year of 1928. 1\11' Ritchie says that, any regular "
':' It isnow certain that six cylinder J CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY will find the .
\ lawn- can be made green In a few you most pleasing ,,
I production will set a world record weeks if properly managed. He says ,

\'' this year surpassing for the first that thewinter way, to. do it is to seed a -- I atmosphere coupled with meals
time in the history of the industry r 1
grass on the pr.esent'sod, and 1I I

'ry. the output of four,cylinder cars. This that the most popular. for this purpose ), just as you enjoyed in your home.

"'- leadership of the sixes will come I is Italian rye grass; although Ken- I II
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(: about chiefly because of Chevrolet's tuck blue, or red top may be used. PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE few rooms\ are now available for '

IIr record .showing this year. Seed can be secured from any reliable -
% factory officials declare guest who: intend to make Clewiston
fc( Chevrolet is
seed company. Italian rye grass
to. that the dominating reason back of I recommended?, says Mr. Ritchie, be- TUBERCULAR TESTED their home: \'

the leadership of the six is the public '... ,
in two three
cause It comes up or ; .
i preference for the advantages which I I I _
A days makes a vigorous_ growth \ t. .
t this type of' construction affords. 'stands trampling has a1' pleasant color L

,, They point out too that the influence and ,remains green until spring. I Ii '..': ,. ENJOY' YOURSELF AT THE
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great COMPANY
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e has enabled the Industry to get six \
six pounds of Italian rye grass is I .
cylinder prices down to the lowest on i
enough Cpr 1,000 s'quare.feet. of lawn : : : : : .: .: := : := '
record and has made It possible for -
This is seeded directly on the
,space The l
Chevrolet through maximum volumeto Watanabe Hotel
I lawn, without any prep\r ton.! Thena .
offer six cylinder performance at TS-Sf Itv C H F V v R 0 L E T < SAX
light top Dressing or soil should be "
a ''price that formerly bought only a I
added to Insure germination The 'J i r ,

four.With record already i ground should be kept moist until the kWr@ife l lvu5x &j \ '. : ,'MRS. CLAUDE, DOWNS, Manager. ,
new,yearly : "
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: seed have germinated, and then :' '\ <':'. \ .. '
t' assured, Chevrolet: factories are continuing < ';1'1't: : .: ; < :' i
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should be watered\ during dry: spells
the biggest Fall production ,
,I, it ; on .
says Mr. Ritchie. .
" f ever undertaken by the company \ \ % = =' :==7x: (
program I Mr. Ritchie recommends an application ., ---
Nine assembly plants and I I
of S-4-4 fertilizer at the rate of .
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'4 en huge manufacturing plants e\-I i I
ten pounds per 1,000 square feet, if !
facing' the busiest final quarter
the lawn has not been fertilized late-
Chevrolet has ever known, I It" 1!
that it be ''put on ..
yHe states may .. ---=_._- -
The heavy Fall factory programwas I
just before or after the grass is seed-
made necessary it was explained
i i ,. level of ed, but it is 've'ry important to have
to the
to bring production up the grass dry when ,fertilizer is applied l --- .-----.:......-...... -- -. \ t
.quicker -- .
1c. the demand and make possible .
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.to prevent burning lIe further
'' deliveries. to owners.COMPLETION I states't that an application 'of two or In Design- Materialsin I

I II three, pounds of sulphate of ammonia ,., ::'IN'AMERICA'S. NEW SUGAR BOWL"TEE
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FROM FT. LAUDERDALE ,
dark;: color and vigorous : '' Built Standards : "
green to the Highest '. ( : J
t' TO BE' MEETING TOPIC growing condition ; I '. : : : CLEWISTON INN" '. 1 1I
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Oct. ;- .
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..soon' will be. is a Six in the price range the four. But ; v
attempt to settle plan, to obtain Florida resources '
on a '
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everyone
completion of road 26 will be madeat shown to thousands of people throughout ful Six it is! i .. { ; ;.: .. .

a mass, meeting of citizens' at the\ the middle west A specially designed : ; .
Park Temple auditorium ,on October motor truck is carrying the The Chevrolet engineering staff .spent'more ';' ... ; ', : \. .....i ': :: ., ;;;,.r. <;.t. ;:

G. Mo., where it than four'yeats in the development of ,the Clewiston_ ,." r' > ,Florida'O
:: I 7, it. was announced by Russell exhibit to Carthage, \. : -.i; ;," t .
Snow, ,chairman of the Better Laude: first will be opened.. O. Mclntsh of Chevrolet. Materials are selected from ." :" }' :. <'; : ,\: : -
the world's finest markets. And takerraltoethe : '' f' .
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dale Associations the StateY'Department of 'i: : .
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:; Opening of the territory between in charge of the exhibit, which will '' A --YE:
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during the car's production' and assembly! J. 'PEN' L : .A R .
..' Fort Lauderdale and Lake: Okeechobee be shown at all of the State Fairs in I
of road along this fall. The finals The result is exactly what you'd expect v I '
by construction a ; the middle west, I
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the North New River canal and the i iI rn,g will be made at the"'Interna.ln quality in design, in materials and in work-. _. --- _........... -.oa.a-: X-
'!I in'Chi manship that assures, years of dependable I
canal itself, were Stock Exhibition '- ,
deepening of the tional Live -------- ,
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chosen as major objectives of the as cago the week of November 30. ....,---........,...._ ", -. _. .__/ I
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sociation at time of its formation. Come in today. We want you to see and., / ,: .. .
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business youa
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'' 1 new'idea as to 'what the buyer of a low- ,), .
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Okeechobee section has AIR" AWNING .1.
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priced car can now for his I
expect
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money
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strides during the ':' ,
remendous ,
made ,
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feel that some means of cennecting Remembered Long After ,The Sport Coupe $645; The Sedan'S67S; The Imperial SeJan 695.._ I ? \;/ LFORGING AHEAD /)
All prices o.factory..Flint,Michigan. .
. Fort Lauderdale with this' activity Price Is Forgotten V91-1S '',, _
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; f. should be pushed at .once: No ::,10 Lakeview Arcade, 'Lakeview. CLEWISTON MOTOR CO. ., .' '
Plans'' will be made for a motorcade : Avenue. 1\ : '

of Fort Laud rdale business men, Phone 20229 '

M i t t'' which will traVel through t educational the lake West Palm Beach FlofidaY, t. A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR! I A 2,5do'TON' A DAY MILL ADDITION

and- .
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, I'' RESIDENTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION -
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, ,SEPTEMBER MONTH TO ,

J, PLANT_EASTER LILIES; ;- WIDE WELL PAVED ROADS

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GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Easter. lilies I LEADING IN FROM THE COAST AND
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should be planted during the month 1# ':\ i.. '. )

n of September' so that they may' bloom ,; : i/:: }, } ;:y' I THOUSANDS, OF ADDITIONAL. ACRES

, for the Easter period, according to .

I Harold Mowry assistant horticulturist IS ALL THAT NEEDED TO START YOU ON,THE. ,:.':,.'; ,OF LAND BEING PREPARED FOR SUGAR -
at the Florida Experiment Sta. } ,
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A. It is sometimes difficult to try to( .
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no tfay to control moisture and temperature ''INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNTS MAY; BE' 'I

conditions. Press Bulletin
THESE ARE A FEW OF THE REASONS i
; '" number 394 dealing with bulbs, andy STARTED WITH THIS AMOUNT IN \

. t '(-rrittgn; by Mr. Mowry, will be mailed 1 I I'r

), to. upon request to the Experiment Sta- WHY CLEWISTON IS FORGING STEADI-

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L .. : MAIL COUPON NOW r

(a, \ GLATEX" THEATRE PROGRAM I 'OF. FLORIDA'S MOST.. SUBSTANTIAL

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>f; Brown, Jeanette Leff and Hugh A1-1 ." I I Clewiston, Fla. '
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: 'f obligation to m.:, send me full .' .
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; >'" good Gang comedy. r ''J. j 1 .' } information. I' 1 tl For Details Write to
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, '}4- I' SATURDAY, Oct. 5-Tim McCoy in \.. :" .t ''Name .....".."".....................!.....;.....:::... ..:.:I.t. I. ,I,I ,, .
l' 'I. "Desert, Rider"* a zipping Western' of ; "
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: 10Buster Keaton in "Spite Marriage I "IN THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S NEW

t: t' ," his\ .latest domestic tangle come Clewiston.. Florida : ."t .
edy. 'Good 2 reel Star comedy. SUGAR

\. FRIDAY, Oct. 11-Laura La,Platte ,L :' I II I BOWL"t

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c. 1 JUISTO.NEU'S, CLEWISTON{ FLORIDA PAGE FIVE'
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C dCd. vi MIAMI PLANNING I In this capacity ,that he developed dian islands \
DRAINAGE BOARD ON ) PLAN MADE FOR j, r .
r INSPECTION OUR PACKING HOUSE :It is believed probable that If. a NEW LAKE TOUR 'the cane S, 'C. 12.4 which: \has, dded'mi1 I Dr. Smith is als author of several

holiday is declared it will. ,be for half I ons of dollars to the sugar industry valuable papers on sugar. cotton and I

, (Continued from page .1)Hi ) (Continued from Page 1)) i I I I a, day so that the celebration of Ar- I (Continued from page 1) of Porto Rico and other 1 West In other agronomic subjects.NOTICE .
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although I .
mistice day will begin at noon .
the Governor and hIs board were next) Monday: night to make final in some circles it was said pressed with what they saw, that they ---0.;

: forced to abandon their I(proposed trip plans for the construction of a pack that the hpliday if declared would have been talking northern Ever' I I '

to Okeechobee City and, stayed only a ing house on the Florida East Coast start at eleven o'clock* the' time. of glades sfnce their return. '

r few minutes in each town with the railroad, it was announced here yesterday the signing of the armistice' in 1918 I "The result is that there is con-'I I

exception of Clewiston.No 'j| by DrV': J. Buck, directorof I The Armistice Day dinner of tlie. I'I siderable interest in plans for another I ,.

time was devoted to ,speechmaking the association I local veterans :will also be in the nature -i good will tour of the northern Ever- : I /
j of annual ,when civic. glades when, ''judging from the enthu- ,
business an meeting ,
and the Journey was a A site has already been leased from -
\ I siasm shown, there will be an even '
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accomplishments of the post -
trip in the strictest sense, the the railroad and construction of, a .
station past year will be renewed., The larger. delegation than was present on
party stopping at every pumping building will be started immediatelyafter
around the lake while Governor the final plans are approved at local veteranss both as members 'of the last trip." OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ON SATURDAY -

k Carlton and members of the board the meeting next Monday night. :The the Clewiston Veteran's club and al-

f plied the I station operators with quest building ,is to be 50 ,x 150 feet and so since their securing the American SUGAR AUTHORITY OCT., UNTIL 6 P. M. ON ACCOUNT I
charter have been active in
whether it will be of sheet metal or'egion i JOINS LOCAL CO. .
., stucco 'construction is another point cooperating with the civic and social OF HOLIDAY. .:,

achieved. ) I i tribe decided at the meeting. I clubs of the community inttown beautification (Continued from- Page 1)) .. '

At Clewiston the Governor and his i Expenses will be kept to a minI- : work. )I' .

board were welcomed, by Captain F. mum and construction of the packinghouse Details of the plans for Armistice leipzig, Germany for research work inorganic I WE WILL OPEN. AT 6 P' M. '. ,>, ,'I't'y: :J" '

Deane Duff, Clewiston member of the will not be .done by contract, but Day will be announced f following the 'cbemist y. I ., ': +b

governor's ,flood control board and F will be built by the ,association which !meeting next Tuesday He was later appointed Research .: ', :

L. Williamsn president of the Florida will hire carpenters by the day, it Chemist in connection with sugarcane .

Flood: Control Association.After. was reported. JEWELRY CO. OPENS Investigations far the British
an informal discussion of affairs In I; The question of disposing of the CLE VISTON BRANCH government in Barbadoes, which appointment I :. :>> BLATE- BROTHERS,: ': ;

this section at, the Clewiston,Inn, the produce will be another topic for he held for ten' years ; '..'j .", "
Governor expressed a desire to seethe conversation at the meeting at whicha (Continued from Page 1)ami ) He also founded the agricultural 1, \

progress made in the constructionof representative, delegation of northern r experimental station of the Danish ,I '. -

the new mill addition since his last Everglades .farmers, Is expected. and while there was no store I, West Indies and directed 'this opera- ( II

visit here in January when he, officially !- Some of the members it is said are available, arrangements have been I\ tion for ten years it was while acting I .

!started the first unit on the in favor of securing the ,services ofa made with! Dave Alston so that the j \

192S-29, grinding .eason. capable man who' understands marketing jewelry company will temporarily oc-', a : I
Afterinspection of 'the mill and conditions while others ap- ,, cup part of the City Drug companyon 1 I

iavingAseen I the imposing/ array of prove the. iplan of having, the, produce |I I. Francisco stree until a store roomis .:. C'o: i i' ; ;. j" < '< ;:,' ,',. .; :
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centrifugal machines, the Governor's' I association" organizesLion = I Weekly and monthly payment plan .or;: : ;:"

comment was' Perfection of a permanent on all purchases will be encouragedby
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"This is certainly, a far cry, from will be effected Monday night the owners. although Mr.. Cunningham ''I: "
the old sugar cane grinding I knew as and .officers to ,be elected are a president in Clewiston yesterday made it I .' : ,
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a boy. You people ]have mad wonderful secretary, treasurer and a board clear that this will not 'affect prices, .' ,'il-. ': '
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and your operations here .are vastly The present directors board which j to be sold and prices' as advertised ,"",'. ,....(..-
is serving: tenipoiarily ..consists of M.1C. ", ',\/
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I I'' the., Governor appeared greatly interested and Dr. W. J. Buck' of his Clewiston store said:' i..,..ro.i 'I 4 >

( in the size, stand, and thickness There are now. more than fifty.; "In bidding for the substantial trade ; + c '

:of, the caire.'Concerning, farmers i ip/the' organization\ and, it is I of Clewiston people, it is our...policy -i 'y 1 : ?...".
\ of believed that names of many new'da to become part of the community:
the inspection tour
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"The trip is being made in order, membersill be announced next Monday at our Miami store. We have made a ;, /11. j. ::' 'I \ 1 .
night ,All farmers in the northern I the possibilities in __
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' and I may"get first hand information. Glades from Belle Glade to Clewistonare -this section and with the operationsof : : i J :f.":: I,

urged to be present. the Southern Sugar campan'as, a .
conditions in the Everglades that
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the situation 1 ARMISTICE' PLANS TO section; we ]believe that it is not too op ,.. \

Passing through Moore Haven and BE DISCUSSED HERE timistic to foresee the day when our 1 I ,, '>....
I will be as 'big and t. ; ,
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La Belle, Governor Carlton proceededto i i it. I C' J
Fort Mjers where he planned to I (Continued from page 1)) carry as complete a stock as we now 'itf\ I r I yF .\

spend the night before returnIng to are carrying In our main store in : : ,.

I Miami.- 'I whether the Southern Sugar company :\Iiaml." !I! \ : : : '" : : ; F .. :: /
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and., the Clewiston company will' declare ,J' E. K. Jones', an experienced : : I

I a holiday I and officials of these ler, will be in charge of the Clewiston. 11 11I ,. .

: ,' organizations yesterday said that thequebtion store of, the, Cunningham -' EDUCATIONAL" CAM of declaring the day a lioli-,I and the 'store is noW 'open for | \ >I
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day had not yet heen officially tier business 1'n. the City Drug company- I BA4TTHEGAME :,. {r ,
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PAGE SIX FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1929

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I W aH ; You HeardCeoperatlng :? II' Stanley,Theatre 'I moue stage hit of the same name. ,! cess ha sheen used to photograph and /the/ first '
By The. West Palm Beach, Fla The cast is headed by Edward I gVAI II time in "The.Dance Of Life.'
record
lavish
I I erett Horton, one of the few really: a stage revue in the "The Dance Of JLife". a story of lifei .

I comedians I( Picture. The stage and performers_appear behind the footlights, is '
will great of the "day. The tern. particularly ; ,
two murder cases
them that Is real, vivid, human
with the-Clewiston I Pt} among A plot ; in natural ,colors brilliant
Albrittou or inine lead Is played by Patsy Ruth ? the adapted to the, used of this. medium.,
Clewis. be tried. Judge Paul ,F. of human relationshi '
rent Teacher association, the !I melodrama, I ; gowns, the gorgeous. Jewels and .the. In the
the bench. Miller. Others in the all-star cast are J. sequences where color is used 1.\\)
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Sarasota on in "Won '
Wednesday aftern That Is the big thing :
ton Social club dancing choruses auUful'et.. -
and
Edmund Breese Edward .b the elaborate stage,
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I next Thursd I Earle, Slan.; presentations
Clwelston' which '
plays
a bridge party at the Trap 'tings Eighty dancing girls
gave i' and'' the New Stan! ley Taylor, Otto Hoffman Douh'tas are usedin which :work into the plot. of the story
Inn, when Mrs. Dick C Miller entertain d for three .days at this production and the'-
1 I Mrs.Roy. L. Simpson Gerrard and Maude Turner lord) sound of are intensified and vivified, by the
Mrs. Jesse G. Allhands were hostess.; the Wednesday afternoon Bridge Cat b I Theatre. It tells the story of two bro I Ii I The adaptation : their steps and voices are, distinctly. usa of color.Thirtysix..
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was made
HarThew.
Parent Teacher association' for I the'- her home on Arcade avenue last i ers-one who, loves, the. law ,and 'e by \ heard. A. 32 piece orchestra. and the i"
Roy Del Ruth directed. of the chorus of SO girls
it. the, other who defies it .
Clewiston school week. One, table of bridge was ar. forces I/" I song,of the soloist are packed: together t
Prize winners were Mrs. Claude rangd, Mrs.. Claude Downs holding; I one a policeman. and the other humor of "The Hottentot"suits 1'e.I I on a single bit of celluloid scarcely were rehearsed from nine each 'mornIng .-
from the
Downs. Mrs. Winn and Mrs/Elbert. C. high score. Guests were Mrs Dick C.' crook. various, degrees of more than an inch squaie. until five each afternoon, for' (
de- I -,- .I fright suffered by one S. J. Harris ,
Stewart. Following the playing Miller, Mrs. Chas A. 'Jackson 'a d ton, who is i .The perfected system of combining weeks, so that the difficult outlne
'I presented to the girl he
Hehtful refreshments, were served' J. i! Mrs: Claude. Downs: '_" / I.. Climax follows climax as traditic loves as an experienced and fearless( sound and color on motion picture would be perfect before the camera.
Mesdames '
Those present were. ----.-- cas' The work of these
became
Howard, A. "" f). of the..screen are ruthlessly, asi! : horseman He knows that if the state film is the work f the Technicolor: I girls
E. Beardsley, Franc I known as the "perfect thirty-six" and
G Moore. E. L. stew Leonard Ames is spending a few ; There is no "boy-aud-glrl" romam I i of his nerves is revealed to her ;hIs scientists, wrking with the sound enfdnceis I II' .
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Smith. Johnson ) the hi'the show
betwe scene is "F 1 f ppity
M. W Bigg :1I : days: in New Torle He plans to motor but a deep unrelenting love '! is finally forced to ride, for the 'ftrl'J; of the Paramount studios." wlmicli
Patterson
art.Bestor.Franlc R. Y. Wright J.: R. Alsto:'h' back to Clewiston with: )his moth ;i man and woman. There is not a dt : chance of winning her goes and ,he The use of this new' process, different Flop. ,is one of' the, high spots

A Claude Downs, Wilson S. Harvel, N. Mre.V... Goo Ames, who has spent the moment in "Woman Trap ''" It is sake, the fiendish race horse Holt n. from. othe color pictures' is ijsed( for j In the picture, .,, :.. .

L. A.; Morgan. Jr Earl past four months in Cold SprIngs picture, cruel in its dramatic: shai tot, in the great steeplechase. t. II ,:

C. Storey Tippey. Carl" Berne 1'. Y. ness, swift as'a whip and with j! What happens to ,,Harrington. 1 be.I : i -- \, )
Merchant, J. F \ '- J
dramatic blow just as stinging. i I fore, dining'and after the .
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Allhands, Dick C.Miller.. Mis. Wilbur D Cole .and luT small j! There is'a humanity about "WormTrap Don't miss all-talking "Th? Hotten. 1- Make The
Whatle
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G. Yancey, and Misses to' decision Suuda; pict :
son; returned that makes it a great tot. --.. '
Williams, and A. "Minor. the summer. with friends real:'tl .. .
laving spent Characters are colorful, yet
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md .relatives; in Manhattan m1l1"-.To. kind the audience knows and sytnptimes 'I : P O'l-N. ,SUIT i A HOTEL

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Mrs R. Y Patterson and! Mrs. 'H. ieka".Kansas, :' with. A beautiful omance WATERWAY CROUP 'I .

A Bestor were in :Palm ,Beach, Tue* ::- ""' I folds, but is not allowed to flo T A'LKS.LAKE----- I?'LA.if'riatimterl .. : Your} Home \;;'hi 1e In Wbst'Palm Beach
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W? C. Hanson returned this ,
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Editor. .' ;' ., ." ays. ., 1 r I da and from Fernandfna to EARLq: !Z. CRESSrVELL/Afanagcr\ I'
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Clewiston Fla. :.: *?>.: : .1 nan but a, woman enraged he St. Maik's river. '1 CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY J
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Mr and Mrs. W. evenge on the man she reallylove: man
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publication of the following yworthy '. r" X I J .
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The undersigned hereby: e rprp.*!s : Mrs. *Beckemeyer r spent last week] : best'' ''constructed sound picture LADYI .
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their most heartlllcllhanks to .Mr end in La Belle.P. ate." i gatesConvening .,
I in.New York: City, the ATTENDANT
O. L. Jeffries of, the Clewiston Dairy -,- ; ta'I V
company for his valuable assitanw j I Big city life lii America today program included a trip about Xeoik : OLtUAiyBi'812r

G. Bishop, operating vice press: and music, according '\ Harbor and up the Hudson rh'eras
during the heavy rains of the past fun of song 41 3 ]Hibiscus Street

week ..nd. In addition to making us dent of\ the Southern Sugar company; nhn Francis Dillon, noted I Irector film far as Albany ,and Troy where, the
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feel safe he also provided a generous is now//in Chicago on business, \ NeYork barge canal was inspectec West Palm Beachk

supply of milk for the 'children with: ..w \ -,- Dialogue and business in any The meeting p.ccorclin; to Mr., Will- ItJ
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include mson was every
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out cost to any of us .plot that doesn't
Mr. and MrsF. L.. Williamson officials of the federal .___,, .. __ .
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family and !" many high, .JEr----: =Mt->> ervronBUQ&ejLK
(Signed) P. J. Whitcomb and : humming, singing '
Fort Myers.Mr
snent .several days, in J. government being present. A fea.ture :
Leiter and familyB. bit of causnal .
C. J. t ren a J .
80'n', : I I DIllon of the meeting was the receipt ; I! 'f
.S. Whitcomb and \ mu'sic isn't realistic, I' : 'ti .
Tom Weaver and son." ; \ 1 i .. : ,and Mis. R. 'L. 'Simpson. mo ; "Fast 'Life," which Dillon of a telegram from President Moore \ !,.i: 1'''.,.w\.';...\'tV"! '\
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'. which he pledged! thorough coupe ,
week.. in t
last National-VItaphone
.. to'ed to Sebring for First .
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'I '' .. ., '. i of realism.: ration Inmprovincf .the inland wat tcws t- ; \2'J I '
H.M. Raiford of Bartow was a bursi- ',,. .. (l r strates this type '. 'j. .
is coming Sunday of the nation.NSTORYN. I I I. ., .

ess victor in Clpwiston.J ( i .P., V., Watson. is a business. .'. .J -ti isitorClewiston. film.\ rmdav which to the Stanley Theatre s .'': rWI; M .
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F. RUlilell of the Atlantic' CoastLine '..:in.' ,"". t" .. ns"revues_ musical ,shqws and so 1r, ON,' I'I'I .' I II I !:l..X1i. I i9 ..*Axii'* II I

several at alld"t Is 'fnr the most part tense I J -=
spent clays I
railroad ? 01" "DAVCE OF, LIFE"Sound j \ D. ft.H
the Watanabe rotel while\ a, busi'I., ., I A. D.:. Dudley. !E! of .tile ,.Truman> .Fertijr ma. But it abounds in rnusVil / I'.3" I# .
: I ) Jacksonville.spent features Douglass -. i 5 : \ ,
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Clewiston J .. liz of The picture --
visit in company '
ness ( i r ami color combined on th< '
several clays sin Clewiston'. on busi-! nks Jr.t.taud Loretta Young,. 11 E:3.I I f !

J. A.'Plunkett of Tampa" was" a'business :- :t e 53.. I One ,of the highlights most.a 8 me Kettler strip of Theatre film will,. be West shown Pain atthe ifli) I II Lt'j 4:4t:

America's "
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spiritual by
visitor r here._ I : I N the subject, the 'P"'ach.., starting tomoirow in "The j I f.1 '. '
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authority on \
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1 A accoui-
Mrs. B.
l\Ir."and Bourne "
all singing
talking
Jones J1'1nce of Life i. I
owner ..
B. F. Fears, local grocery baritone,. James P "'
\ businessand lanied by their two children made a negro Dnd dancing hit starring Nancy Car LLJ J Op
Myeis on andlhist1ifr I Ias
motored to'Forty humming:
tr p to Tampa: lasteek'. end. I I1r. Singing I Hal Sk lly' This picture )
is unable to return to Clewiston well as .radio music and- ro}! and "was I I i \. .yELVINATOD
condition of the \ ; luS. t umen i (apted front the successful stage I. A
various
because of the poor :\. and Mrs A. W. Smith and 7their of melody from I which for oveio
''pIa "Burlesque" ran ;
Life" ) '
"Fast
roads near La' -Belle three'' children have moved to ;' are give throughout rather. than [ I :years on Broadway with Hal lIl ,

Belle the Clewiston Inn. touches ot realism> SleIly playing the same part; fn the I\ oid Electric Refrigerator ,
of .
Mr. and Mrs., K. C. Alston their' own value, fSr as Dillon. ) I .
,
the week end with Mr. cross-section of ( stage play as well as on the scieen \
Glade spent Ir., and Mrs. C.V McDonald 'A true I '
; color
; I The perfected sound and pro
and Mrs. Julius Alston ot Clewiston: ha\-e returned! from Ludowici, Ga., American life must include a 1 1I I WITH THE FAMOUS ..
'
--:- I and music
ere they spent the past two weeks.'rank deal more singing I PROTECT YOUR-
:Miss Mary, Gantt and Mrs.' Rose I ? ,I than before'the! days of the radio COLDKEEPMR'
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King of Moore Haven spent" a day: in Rlchman! spent.last. weekend talking fjlm. These influences I EYES W

Clewiston visiting--friends. i,, i .in' Sebriug._ ,. I rapidl music-appreciative)" making us music," I They are y ur"'most vau- Maintains>< temperature\ 24 I hours afte'f Current "


Mr. and Mrs. J P R. Small spent the. I Miss Evelyn: ; Kelly has 'accepted a i i and, I ; a b le possessions. \is turned off.' / ,

week end in La Belle. 1 nograpic position with the Sou- i I 'The' Hottentot," Warner MOORE'S Inc. 'V -.

I I thern; Sugar CoinpanySIrs. .*" I :est ajl-talking Vita phone Optometrists Opticians I K I MCCIkNIS .

Mrs. D. G Alston accompanied by '. I will be greeted with wild West Palm Beach Fla.
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her daughter Martha Nell returned to \ Louis A. Morgan, accompaied I: at its ,local showing at the I, Dr Buck's office Belle Glade Mon- 113 Worth: A ve. Palm Beach

Clewiston from a vacation in Colum-j* t: by her two' children, Louis Jr. and Theatre on Tuesday and I. days: Lake View Hospital Clewiston Phones 6817-5912

bus, Ga. \ spent few days A brilliant screen version of the T esdays. __ _______ ______
i Mac, Morgan a ; A .-"- ___, jI ___,_......._ --
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J II.,Crevasse of i with.relatives in Fort Meade. I ......_.__...._... :.. .: ._- :.._- :.. ... ... .._--......:...................
Dent and
S. H. "
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Orlando spent several days in Clew-- spent last .week end MRS B. A BOURNE. : : :
visit. j jMiss I H. E. Fridge WILL ACCEPT A LIMITED NUMBER ,\ I .
stop on a business. ACUSE UNIVERSITY I l .,
I in Fort Myers. t OF PUPILS IN VIOLIN, PIANO AND CHORAL MUSIC ,, I t l '\ 'I

Mary Slceldon of Louisville,1and I Jim Davis ; of the Tampa Tribune I BECINNINC'SEPTEMBER\ 1. ARRANGEMENTS\ FOR I, ,'.I, :

Miss Elta Whatley of Fort! visitor: in' 'Clewiston' i LESSON HOURS MAY\ BE MADE BY CALLING AT HER :! ,: \ :
business
..ieade who will teach in the Clewis- was this week.a ., HOME\ ON CRESCENT DRIVE OR' BY WRITING. TUITION .:.L.::. CLEWISTON LAUNDRY in new i!

this' have arrived in I $2 PER HOURANNOUNCEMENT' '
jonschoo1 year '' '
{ Paso'Avenue !
/ home El
cared at the Clewiston I John Mowry and ;- on. after
tovfii: and are to Mr. and Mrs. ....... ,I:, 1,

Inn., annex. ",_ I John.Jr.. ., motored I to Sebring last -:':-:-_:-:-:..-: :..:-:..:..: .. : :. .: :. :. : :. .. :..:..:..:.:.:..:":" :":": [ I June 15th. Modernly ,equipped inv ii 11
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week end
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day H.In,'H'Clewiston: Little. ot Fort on business.Myers spent a I I.$ Col Mark- C.. Brooks, division engineer f :: j jI ;. o'1'-=!T I < ,_,; both Laundry; and Dry Cleaning '. II! 4

Department
War !
{'.J'i-,: I United States 1 ::1 i' :

Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Morgan entertained I spent Saturday and Sunday of s; 1. : :.<' : Departments. ( ., :,
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at their week in Clewiston. I : : t; : :.
last
with a card party :: wait until going !. : .,',.. w.. :! ,::1.
Sagamore avenue Following I 1\\ It is no longer necessary to \' Co
home ,on

the games, delightful refresh present Governor Is First II:: to a larger city to purchase: Jewelry, Dia" :!: 11' .... ::,: Quality and Service as good as the ,Ii'

ments were served .Those .. best. "
Silverware. 1
were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hookr, Mr. To.,Make Plans To :.::: 'mondsVatches and. .;:' : .' ', ',, ,' .J : .j

and Mrs. Ed Drinkwater, Mr and Mrs See New Sugar Mill : q ':.'.. ,I. I 1
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Stewart, Mrs.. Claude Downs :;:. ., ]
I Elbert ..' :: If does not permit us to have on hand > ::y. Watch this space.
I I and T. r V. Watson. Governor Doyle E Carlton is the space .:, .

first prominent Floridan to make :: what you require, ]just four: hours will get it ::1, y-if\"; ; : 'jCLiiWISTON. t ,1 1

Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. Ed Drink. plans for seeing the operation of the :;: from our main store in Miami' :: I: .. {
Mrs.
water.Miss, Bonclle Stone and 4,000 ton a day sugar factory of the .

Dave Alston spent a day.in West I Southern Sugar company at Clewiston ) { '
!Ir LAUNDRY '
STEAM
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Palm Beach. when ,the 1929.30 grinding season is t: AND LISTEN! :} ii'ii'I'

launched late this year. :

:Work was started this week on the On a visit in Clewiston while on cash. Use weekly : Clewiston Florida.
for You don't need to pay, our r + '
construction of a new bungalow the inspection tour of the northern 'I'
The cost is the _
theChlc plan. <
Smith In monthly installment
W
TMr. and Mrs. A. Everglades with members of the Everglades X or :.1 '
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I Center section.: .Drainage board Governor Carl-' r X sam. :.. t :'I :_ 'J". ..'. .\ ll! ."-" -' 1::1

ton spent considerable time at the + / I I:'I' 'J, ,-.1

Cornell Young company have com mill where. the 2.500 ton a day unit : i . .. : -.. i:
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construction work the original 1,500 :, ; r ..( .l:1' -',: .., '. /
pleted their1-railroad A Is being added to & CUNNINGHAM-RHODES JEWELRY CO. : : I 11/3:
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in the Clewiston section and have ton a day unit. .. -."' f'. :

moved the work train to a point nearSouth 1 I I Advised that the Southern Sugar ;:I .::=. In City Drug Co., oJ ..:;. i: .,:"\' 'Cleanliness' .is ,next tov Godliness.. ; ,

this will operate the -
Bay.Because I company year ..
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Clewiston :
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: largest single unit sugar cane factory :* Francisco Street
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of high water In La Belle, In the continental United States, tha =.1 ::1 ;

county seat of Hendry county the fall Governor said: I ::> Main Store. In Miami. .:.::q) I '\ 1:1:

session of county court has been temporarily I, "This Is a wonderful thing for Florida S? ::. r :

adjourned It will reconveneIn and I will be back in Clewiston \ I ... .0,.1'I ./, ::1 1
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the near future when several cases, ''when the grinding season starts." I .. : :':-:-:..:-:-}.: :-:.-:..:..:-:..:....:..:..:..':-:-:.:..: :..:,. L.1 :1'...._.._.._-_.._..._.....__........__. -_..._.... ..-. =_.._.__._-_.-. _.. -:.__..::
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