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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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a VOLUME 3-NO. 49 CLEf VIS TON, FLORIDA FRIDAY; NOVEMBER, 29. 1929 PRICE-5 CENTS
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ALL-ClEWISTON I Postmaster UrgesEaryXmas GOVERNOR REVIEWS BLESSINGS OF 12 Cane Planters iEDT ASSN.

Mail Are Now In FieldsTen


FLYING SCHOOL Urging Clewlstonltes to mail Christ- FLORIDA IN PROCLAMATION NAMING sugar cane planting machinesare IS PlAr NED BY

mas packages early, R. Y. Patterson THURSDAY AS THANKSGIVING DAY working In the fields in the Clew- r
Clewis ton postmaster yesterday an- iston division of the Southern Sugar

TO BE FORFIED nounced that there will be no mail -,- company and two more machines are BUSINESS MEN I

on Christmas Day this year. In the fields in the Canal Point di
"Christmas falls on Wednesday this I TALLAHASSEE Nov. 26 (SpecialIn ). brought forth an increase of good. vision it was learned here yesterdayfrom
a proclamation naming Thursday Capital and Industry have grown and
year" said Mr. Patterson. "The post sugar company officials.
Local Group To Meet De-! November 28 Thanksgiving Day, have become better in the methods of The machines Duff Encourages Local
office will be closed on Sunday, were designed by
Friday Night With Plan Governor Doyle E. Carlton pointedout their activities. Education has ad- Merchants In
Southern
cember 22 and also on Christmas Day Sugar company engineers Buy At
the developments within the vanced. We are on the eve of the
,, For Imeediate purchase and packages should be mailed to in- I and built in the sugar company ma- Home Campaign Miami
state during the past year, commended formation of a great and wonderful chine ;
sure delivery on or before Saturday shops here One machine will
I r. Of Plane. the people for their constructivework movement which will bring peace for Motorcade plannedPledges
December 21. plant twenty acres a day and there
and spirit of determination, and all time."
-- are 13 more machines to be delivered
...':,',. Evolving a ,plan for organization; of called upon them to continue the "co- "Florida has shared not a little in immediately. of wholehearted supportby

<'., .'.:. ,*f a local flying school whereby money,I VANDERBILT SAYS operative work to build in Florida an these blessings. It is true we have Captain F. Deano Duff general

:; .;. ,;"> received for instruction will be used even better empire." been confronted with events which manager of the Clewiston company,
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,: for purchase of equipment rather GLADES SUGAR IS It follows: could have wrought much damage. 12 CARLOADS OF in appointment.their

.' \:':, than have the money be sent out of "Thanksgiving Day, bringing withit But due to the Intelligence and determination -

,-: : .,: :"-,, town, a group of aviation enthusiast the tradition of many years stand- of 'our- citizens, we have CLEWISTON BEANS'ROLL form a credit association within the ,,

' .',::" [ headed by Nell Stewart, pilot for the STATEMCKBONEWell ing established when our forefathers conquered' these impending dangers organization and appointment of a

. I :....,\ Southern Sugar company Curtis Robin gathered together gave Thanks unto dnd'rather than allowing ourselves to committee to from plans for a big

, i: plane, will meet Friday night at Him for the blessings which were lose ground, we have progressed to TOJARKETS Clewiston motorcade to :Miami on December

'\;''.. -,y" the office P. G. Bishop in the Southern Known Writer Pre bestowed upon then, will again be observed a position which makes less possible, 16 for Everglades Day were j,

Sugar company to form definite paring Articles On by the people of the United repetitions of the danger we have somo of the features of the regular I
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plans for the organization of the States on November 28, according to met. We are entered upon a programto i Ideal Weather Con di->< meeting of the Clewiston Better ::
State
local flying school. Progress. the proclamation of the President." make decided assets, of what has J tions Offset DropIn Business League held Tuesday night ::

Although the meeting will be held "While the blessings received by been, and what could continue to be, in the Watanabe hotel. Those present :f'';
Bean Prices.With
Cornelius Vanderbilt. ,Jr., author .
in the office of the sugar company, all Humanity have been abundant and severe liabilities. Solution of the Ev- agreed that it was one of the most Ii,
and well known as a former Florida
vice president, neither the sugar com of much importance to our continued erglades problems are in sight. The progressive meetings in the history of i i''
newspaper publisher is keenly Inter- 12 carloads of beans from the
pany nor the company executive will march of progress, the greatest of' all temporary and inevitable financial the local organization. :
ested in the activities of the Southern Clewiston section of the northern Everglades
(Please turn to page 5)) reasons for expressions of gratitude, dlfficultes have been definitely J Opening his interesting ten minute
Sugar company at Clewiston accord- shipped during the past
is because of this tradition given us stopped. In, place of more bank fail- talk Captain Duff urged a greater at-
p ing to a statement made by him on a week to northern markets in additionto
by those who labored and fought to ures Florida is receiving new financial tendance at the local meetings and i!
recent visit in St. Petersburg.Mr. several hundred hampers shippedby
SUNDAY SCHOOL lay the Foundation of our Country. institutions and more capitol said that the Buy-at-Home campaignis i
Vanderbilt who spurned the express, farmers of this section
Through their acknowledgment of with which to continue its work of vitally important; pointing out that :
life of New York's 400 to write books were settling down to another busy
I ORGANIZER WILL the blessings which they received, we advancement. In place of allowingthe while it may be ,necessary to go to
owns half interest in the Nomad week of been picking and with weather I
have come to know the value of true Meditteranean fly to destroy one other cities for some purchases most f
magazine and supply leading peri- conditions ideal, all indications I,
Thanksgiving and in carrying out of our most important industries and necessities may be bought in Clewis :
l: BE VISITOR HERE odicals with regular contributions, is point to a prosperous season despitethe !
their wishes have been made better to stop shipment of our agricultural ton and at prices which compare fa- ,
in Florida gathering material for a drop in northern prices early this !
men and women and have given a products for an extended time, we vorably with those in. larger cities. \
i, -- series of articles on the state. week.
...: more Christianly viewpoint on life." have turned the danger into a help. "Your organization" said the Clew- I
; Rev. Alexander Linn To I "Florida" said Mr. Vanderbilt" W. C. Bill Hooker was the heaviest I
"During the year drawing to a ; We are prepared today in a far bet- iston official "can do much to stop
: i must realize the necessity for some shipper in carload lots during the I
Officiate At All close all the United States has greatly ter manner to protect our tillers of I the talk about high cost of living in t
sort of industry preferably one that week and other shippers included M.
benefited. Our harvests have .I Please turn 'to page! 4 Clewiston. We have made several investigations I
:,; Services Sunday. comes from Its own agricultural re H. Crouch Lake Harbor Farms, Tom
and find that the facts do f
sources. I'm interested especially in McBride and W. G. Brown of Ritta..
' not bear out statements made by I
Services in the Clewiston Commu- this Southern Sugar proposition at F. DEANE DUFF DAHLBERG NAMEDAS Seminole Farms shipped several hun-
I many people in regard to this economical
nity church next Sunday will be featured Clewiston. I think it will serve as a dred hampers by express and it it If
.l. ,. out of town buying. Your merchants It
by the presence of Rev. Alex- backbone to Florida industry, very expected that beans from this farm '
NAMED DIRECTOR SPEAKER AT and business and professional
ander Linn, Presbyterian Sunlay much as the citrus groves have done. ,will be rolling in carload lots late this 1'1
men must educate the public to the,
school missionary for South Florida Florida has wonderful advantages and week or early next week.

I: it was announced here yesterday by the thing for her to do now is to ON J C OF C BOARDAppointment STATE MEETiNG] Beau picking on many other Ever- ,, Please turn to Paqe 5 if if'I

I ... Rev. W. T. Bailey, pastor of the local make something out of her acres and glades farms in the Clewiston section -I'
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community church. acres of land." will be started next week.

r.! Rev. Linn will speak at all services :Mr. Vanderbilt's! travels through Said Indr Jules M. Burguieres To I The 60 acre Beardsley farm three j I ALL GREENS 'ON

Sunday and his visit to Clewiston is Florida have been for investigatingthe Address I miles east of Clewiston will be planted II
cative Of Spirit Of Gathering On
r of particular interest in view of the progress? resources and advan- to potatoes within the next few
NEW
COURSE" TO
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*K"Value of
" 1- fact that he was the organizer of the tages of the state to complete a se- Cooperation.Appointment Publicity. days by H. H. Sherwood and asso- C

I 1''. Sunday School of the local_ church. ries of articles on Florida for lead- ciates of Fort 1Iyers.rrhis is said to

: \ On a visit here a few years ago, ing magazines of the country of Captain F. Deane DAYTON BEACH, Nov. 26 (FSCCB. ). be the first truck farm' in this section BE READY SOON. J t

: vi Dr. Linn organized a group of some I Duff, general manager of the Clewis- G. Dahlberg president of the which has been mole-drained. The
l\ ton Company Inc., and Clewiston Southern Sugar Co., Clewsiton and
i twenty church members into the first mole-drain a bullet shaped piece' of
I! Sunday school of the Clewiston Community RAPID PROGRESSIS member of Governor Carlton's 'Flood Chicago, who is the chairman of the (Please turn to page 5)) Officials Working On 11

I church and since that time Control Board as director in the Florida State Chamber of ,Commerce Greens Fees To Be

Greater Palm Beach chamber of com- National Advisory Committee will be It
the school has to
I l>> membership grown 1
IN
' a total of 139. REPORTED merce was learned here yesterday present at the Annual meeting of the iTHREE DAY FETE Charged.All .

I' In connection with the visit of ReD \. when notice of Captain Duff's ap State Chamber at St. Petersburg on I

: Linn, Dr. Bailey announced that work DRAINAGE WORK pointment was received from West December 3rd, according to an an-I NETS AID $500Mrs. greens on the new nine hole
golf course under construction have 1
will be started on the construction of Palm Beach. nouncement made today by President
an addition to the church to care for -' -- 'I Word of the appointment came as David Sholtz of the state body. "Some been built and eight of the nine t

's' "* the increased membership of the Sun- Pumping Stations Dikes a surprise to the local official and in'Thoughts .Concerning Florida's Fu Ames Praises Cooperation greens have been planted with grass

I I day school.Hudson's. And Control Gates view of his numerous duties at present ture" will be the topic of ChairmanDahlberg's Of WorkersIn it was announced here yesteday. by i

it Is not yet known whether he talk before the state Captain F. Deane Duff, general manager .

Nearly Finished. will be in position to accept the ap- chamber at the luncheon hour. Annual Event. of the Clewiston company who 1
.. $7.20 Ad r is supervising the building of the
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pointment.The Assistant-chief Forester E. A. Sher-
Gets $900 in Trade Continued progress in the '$600,000 honor for the Clewiston man man, of the U. S. Department of Ag-I APprOXlmatelY---O; was the net course. By the end of this week all I

drainage project entailing 'construction Is accepted locally as being indicative riculture, Washington, will be presentat proceeds from the second annual of the tees will have been built, it

Eighteen inches of advertising in of additional pumping stationson of the willingness of the leadersof the St. Petersburg meeting to discuss -I Christmas bazaar sponsored by the was announced. I

the Clewiston News brought more northern Everglades lands of the the east coast city to cooperate conservation and development of I Ladles Aid society of the Clewiston With the course construction work i

than $900 in trade to Hudson the I Southern Sugar company was reported it announced nearing completion company officials t
fully with the residents of Everglades forests, said President Sholtz. Others Community church, was
Clothier, it was announced yesterdayby yesterday) R. Y. Patterson, Sou- communities and it is believed to be who will lead in discussions before yesterday by Mrs. William G. Ames, are now working out the amount of

G ...V.. Hudson owner-manager. thern Sugar company engineer in the opinion of the Palm Beach civic the meeting include Jules M. Burgu- president after completing a checkof green fees to be charged.

Having successfully tested the charge of this work. leaders that presence of the lewiston ieres, of West Palm Beach, on the the returns. Fairways on the nine hole course

c. pewer of News advertisements previously Construction of the station at the official on the board would facilitate subject of publicity, and William L. High praise for the cooperation of which is west of the present aviation

J Mr. Hudson wrote an 18 inch south line, south of Clewiston is now the approaching, and solution of Wilson, of Panama City who will discuss the bazaar workers and the supportof field have been planted for the ,past

r, advertisement announcing- the arrival complete and the plant in operation problems of interest to the citizens of "Factors in Florida's Economic the townspeople was expressed by several months and are in excellent, I

of the made to order clothes rep- this week. The equipment Includesone both the coast and the back country. Development." Mrs. Ames. Proceeds from the bazaar condition and Clewistonites will be

resentative. The advertisement cost 54 inch Wood screw pump witha for-the playing on the new nine as soon as t
Plans are now being made in West Herman A. Dann, of St. Petersburgpast will be added to the fund construction
was '$7.20.Mr. capacity of 60,000 gallons of water the the grass has grown on the greens.
Palm Beach for welcoming a good president of the State Chamberof of a parsonage on
Hudson's acknowledgement is per minute. will tour from the Everglades whenit Commerce, has been appointed church grounds in the Civic Center Road construction forces of the I
contained in an advertisement on an- Concrete work on the three unit Clewiston company are working on
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is expected that nationally prominent chairman of the St. Petersburg Com- section.An

\ .... other page of this paper. (Please turn to page 5)) speakers will feature the pro- mittee, which will handle the arrange- interesting angle of the three the building of a road around the

,, gram. ments of the gathering. This meeting, day bazaar, as explained by Mrs. course along the sides of which will

CLEWISTON PHONE SERVICE TO BE continued President Sholtz, is one of Ames, was the fact that local merchants be planted trees and shrubs in keep-
do- ing with the beautification program
the most important held In the stateas i were not solicited for any; .
Everglades Day Is followed throughout the community.Mr. I
Please furn to Page 5II
It brings together the business I
IN OPERATION ABOUT DECEMBER I Planned At Miami
(Please turn to page 4)) 'I'II

I II NINTEEN GOLFERS FOR .
QUALIFY
Everglades Day will be officially

'. Clewiston will have complete telephone -! as Clewiston's first telephone opera- observed in Miami on December 16 it Canal Point Negro

.. service both for local and long tor a.nd the details have been worked was decided by the board of directorsof Camp Now CompleteConstruction I PLAY IN BLATE BROTHERS TOURNEY I

--distance calls about December 1, It out so that ClewIs ton will enjoy 24 the Miami chamber of commerceat
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'ttwas announced here yesterday: by hour phone service for both local and their regular meeting Monday work at the laborers' I --

y t "Wither D. Cole who supervising the long distance calls. night when plans for the event were camp of the Southern Sugar company Nineteen golfers have already qualified and Mrs. R. L. Simpson, Mr and I

installation of the equipment in the For the past few years Clewistonhas discussed.B. two miles south of the sugar mill for the Blate Brothers tourna-j Mrs Elbert L Stewart, Miss Boncile i

new telephone building on Bond had but half a dozen long distance G. Dahlberg, president of the at Canal Point has been completed, meat to be played on Civic Center Stone Mr. and Mrs.W. C "Bill" Hooker -

street. phones in town and local tele- Southern Sugar company and the it was announced yesterday by com- : course and several more were expected Henry Storey, Miss Jewel Lowe I

For the past few months linemen phoning has been done through a bat- Celotex company will be invited as pany officials. to qualify before Thursday af- and Neil Stewart I.

., working under R. M. Hare have been I tery system. the speaker of the day and F. L. Will- The camp which is really a small ternoon the date of expiration, it was Several other contestants are ex- I

busy stringing phone lines to residences The new service and equipment will iamson of Clewlston, president of the town includes 40 houses for laborers, announced yesterday by Victor Blate pected to qualify before the date of

and business houses in the be modern in every respect, one of Florida Flood Control Association and tractor sheds, commissary, bulk house who is sponsoring the tournament. expiration for qualifying and it Is

community and installing the switch the latest type, switchboards having Barron G. Collier, Florida developerwill and mess halls. The buildings in the Handicaps will be established by though that opening of the tournament il

board equipment in the telephone been installed and arrangements were be other speakers asked to at- camp arc now being :painted and will checking the average strokes of the will see at least 30 golfers par-

.. building. Mr. Hare is an experienced made In the designing of the phone tend the meeting. be ready for occupancy next.week. contestants in the qualifying rounds. ticipating. t

telephone man having been connected building and equipment to care for "The chief reason for the designating Construction of these camps at va Those who have already qualifiedfor With the tournament conducted on I.

,..-t for several years with the Inter the continued growth of the commu- and observance of Everglades Day rious points on the sugar company play In the tournament are Dr. the handicap plan, it is possible for a ::

{} -..fi, County telephone company In Fort nity for several ,years.A said Alexander Orr, Jr., president of properties is also an economical mea- I and Mrs. J. C. Nowling, Dr. J W novice to ,outclass a veteran golfer 1 Jfl'

Myers as trouble man. telephone book is now being pre- the chamber of commerce "is to bringto sure as it eliminates long distance Ezelle, Charles A Miner J. A. Plun- and take the prize. Ci

-' Mrs. Hare has been named by Captain pared and will. go to press within the the attention of Miamians the ac- travel for the laborer from his hometo kett, George Kostmayer, Tom Shelley This is the first golf tournament J i

F. Deane Duff, general manager, next week. tivities of neighboring sections." his work. I Emmett Shelley, James Shoesmith I to be held In Clewiston. J I
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... The Clewiston News their artistic efforts ,with a snort.of disgust and a twist of the dial. land, New ;Jersey, New York, Penn- run, in cooperation. with. those autho- ....

Clewiston Progress sylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, rized .
,Successor to The I I \ previously for the same dates
Ohio and Ontario.
To appreciate" what progress Clewiston is making by the Southeastern Passenger Association -
Entered as second-class matter February S, 192S, at the post office at: beautificationally gaze These excursions according to the
of which the roads servingFlorida
Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. down any. pine lined sidewalk. State Chamber of Commerce will be are members.


LOWS A. MORGAN ......>................................................,..... Publisher -. -v ', ,' I u

TOM SMITH ............u....................................................-........... Editor{ Mars surely must writhe in disgust as he looks upon the antics of Soviet i

Russia and China. ,


By mail outside of Florida Subscription Rates :By mail in Florida :.. ',: ; CROW BROTHERS ..

$2.59 One year 2.00 Now they're going to close the, Miami\ dog'trac which brings up the old <
One
year ; \ .
Six months <. I-50 Six months 1.09 wheeze that the only way to win at that game is to b ton,., the rabbit.

Three months 1.25 Three months .75NEWS' 'J .. CONTRACTORS .

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PLATFORM
Four radio dealers in Clewiaon and jeel some people insist on out of Clewiston
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. Fla.

2. Early completion of the.highways for local transportation and. concen- town buying. I .- .

tration of products. .(
substantial downward revision of freight ,rates on vegetables and
3. A
Every Sunday sees Clewiston folks motoring to the coast and coast folks
other products of this region to the northern markets. I

4. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing association for both, motoring. to Clewiston. That must be Indicative of something. .

and selling purposes. .
buying ',' '
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"FRIDAY, NOVEMBER '29, 1929 There's been so much success in Barber colleges, that some enterprising I ELECTRIC rVC.RK THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN

fellow should start a co-ed barber college, the female end of course being SAFETY AND COMFORT
;1\t THANKSGIVING 'f
for complete courses in manicuring. I '
"Do:, t Strike a atch.f'.res. a Button."

VJth the opening of the 1929-30 grinding season at the 4,000 ton a day ,
INCREASE NOTED I DINTS TO HOUSEWIVESTO CANTRELL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
sugar factory in Clewiston less' than two months off, Clewistonites have -- f.
Clewiston
Fla.
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REMOVE Phone Conn.Official .
GREASE
FROM
much to be thankful for on Thanksgiving Day. "
ON PAYMENT OF' CARPETS
While the north is shivering under a blanket of snow, we in the northern -
Substances recommended for tak- .

Everglades are enjoying; ideal weather conditions and contrasting sharply 1, PERSONAL TAXES ing grease out of a carpet are ammo -- .

nia, saltpeter, ov gall, chloroform,
with activities in north armies of bean pickers in fields
the are busy the A. C. L.
ether,.gasoline, fuller's earth, potter's I Railroad watch inspector

carloads of vegetables rolling to northern markets, bringing prices which pre- Recent Amendment Believed clay, and various combinations of I

sage a winter of prosperitp for those, making a living from the soil. ResponsibleFor theses. I -.. M. P. BOGGS ._
TO REMOVE PAINTTo
But to avoid the startling contrast of the north and Florida and to com- ..
Activity., ; remove paint spots from win-
pare our condition in the northern Everglades with that of other Florida dows, soften them with hot, strong JEWELER.

communities, we have cause to be doubly appreciative of the blessings which BY F. JACK LACY vinegar, and rub a copper or silver Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs

TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 25.Up to coin over them to loosen the paint.
have been showered upon us during the past year. .
November thirteenth, eighteen Flor- TO REMOVE PUTTY Clewiston Florida

During the summer when other Florida communities were battling the ida counties had replied to queriessent To remove putty, go over it with'l Hays B'ld'g.CLEWISTON .

them regarding payment of a red-hot poker or other hot iron, tak-
usual summer slump, Clewiston was surging forward, on a wave of pros personal <<
taxes in order that 1930 auto ing care not to touch the paint on the -1'&p':!'_ .,..... .
perity which rivalled some of the greatest days in Florida, and proof of this
mobile tags might be issued. Two window sashes. When the putty is
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is further seen in the efforts of outside .merchants to get a portion of the thousand five hundred and eighty receipts hot, slip a dull knife blade between it I CAFETHE A

$30,000 Clewiston payrolls.Let .I had been issued for a total and the woodwork and it will readily I .

collection of $17,575, not including a come off. Any other me.;hod that will
us be thankful for the myriad blessings which have been during ONLY GREATER ..01CLE
ours PLACE OF ITS KIND
IN
discount of four percent. As it will remove putty Is likely to injura the

the past year, and although it is fitting that Thanksgiving Day be set aside not be necessary to secure the new paint on the sashes.Or I'' VISTONOPEI'1

tags for a few weeks to come, effectof apply two or three coats of paraffin
for this purpose, let us remember to be thankful not only on one day, but FROM 5 A. M. TO 1 A. M. .
the amendment to this law cannotbe oil. by means of a small brush, I b

throughout the ,:year. ,,,",'', accurately estimated, although allowing each coat a half-hour or j' .' .:: We serve only the best the market affords .

,; : :',: ;;, :: .:' each county making a report showed more to penetrate before the next one REGULAR DINNERS
SHORT ORDERS
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NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING the amounts paid in by this time last apply soft soap freely by means .

year. Two incentives are given the of a brush. In a short time the hard- I ; ,it OYSTERS A SPECIALTY!

payer of personal taxes: One is the ened linseed oil is dissolved, makingthe .... .- ""' ., .

A kicking mule never pulled a load and a pulling mule can't kick, according large discount, and the other is because putty plastic, so that it can be Home Made Pies

to Geo. R. Hilty, of Miami, who goes on to say that Florida has a big of the fact htat without a per- readily removed. ,.r. ,
sonal tax receipt, no automobile tags TO POLISH WINDOWS Enjoy your Sunday Chicken Dinners; At
load of resources to haul to market and more pulling mules and fewer kick.ing I
will be Issued. Regardless of which Polish windows with dry chamoisor
The Cletviston: Cafe-The Home: of Good Coffee.
ones are in demand. reason is causing the increase in pay tissue paper or an old newspaper
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ments the reports that Florida slightly moistened.Or .
prove
Mr. calls attention in-: -- -- ---- --
Hilty to a number of advertisements being carried : ...............,.....,. I
citizens ,are in better financial shape, apply with a moistened rag -=-z7 n. .JIO..I r

Florida newspapers by the Florida Power &. Light company the purpose be- than last year and in positions to powdered indigo, pumice stone, or

'ing to create a desire for Florida grown and Florida made products and declares take advantage of the new discounts. ler's earth, and polish. fUI-1

There is no question in the minds of Or fold a piece of cheesecloth and j TRUCK UNES .
UNITED
HERALD AND
that if consumers in every community will demand locally grown
officials and private citizens alike, put a quantity! of pulverized pumice j I

products it will stimulate the growers to produce and the middle men to however, but that the amendments to stone between the folds, stitching

purchase to supply the demand of he consumer. the license tag law will result in around the edge to keep the powder I' I Overnight service from

many thousands of dollars paid into from spilling. Polish chimneys and
The answer is general progress and development in every community.If .
the tax fund which did not reach window panes with this prepared J

every Floridan has a genuine pride .in Florida's products they will there last year when but five percent I cloth. It gives a high polish instantlyand I Tampa, Miami]! and West Palm Beach a

naturally demand these products from the merchants and the merchants will of autoniobilt owners paid per- ; will ''last a long time.
sonal taxes. This money together with j' 0 I i To Clewiston.

in most cases, be more anxious to sell the products of their own section or the money received from the delinquent f

state than those from mre remote sections. tax boards and the million cut I Three Excursions, !

off from the actual operating ezpeu- To State Planned EXPRESS SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATES ,
The power company must be given credit for patronizing, liberally, the
se of government administration, will
newspapers of- the sections it serves, and it admits\ that there is a reason be "new, money" and will go towards For This Season ..

for this, the reason being that "the local papers reflect, mlrrorlike, to the placing the state of Florida on,a bet- -- Florida ,. .
Three special excursions into BAKERS SERVICE STATION
ter financial basis and is a favorable I'
reading public and the world outside of the community, he communiy life, have been authorized by the .
factor towards the continual reduc- --
enterprises and progress, and therefore the newspapers not only deserves, tion of the burden of government ex- Western Passenger Association, Truck. Local Representative
Line Association, and Central Passenger j
but commands the sincere support of every merchant, enterprise and the penses as carried by each individual Association, according to ad HERALD LINES UNITED LINES
A number of other
property owner.
people of the community.; ices'received by the Florida State 615.19 Platt St. 391 N. W. 24th Street
counties made reports but did not
TAMPA, FLA. MIAMI, FLA.
Chamber of Commerce.The
Mr. Hilty says "local advertisements are just as essential in an establishedwell include amounts they had been paid : PHONE 21011
special rates are operated December -
With but two exceptions, out of a ...
balanced newspaper as local news, for it takes both the news and the 7, 1929, March 14 and April
total of twenty six replies, ,all stated ( ,-..
advertisements to transmit to ,the outof-to\vn reader's mind a complete 19, 1930 from points in Arkansas,
that tax payments, both real and per- --

picture of the community. The progressive business of the community is sonal, were being met at a rate at Illinois: Minnesota, Indiana,, Iowa Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Michigan ,- ...:..:..:-:..:-:-:..:-:.-:-:. -:..:-:-:.':-:-:-:'.:'.:'.:'.:-:":'.:..:.':-:'.:-:'.:'.:..:.:..:.:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:-:..:-:-:.. .
least five percent better than: .
twenty
reflected by progressive \business advertisements which attract the buying Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin, -:
last year. Reports are to be obtained
public to the Deleware, District of Columbia Mary5ERVICE ? ::
community. A community with few or no business advertise- from he balance of the sixty seven o 3 h i INCREASE YOUR .....

ments Is viewed as a dead community to be evaded. By advertising Florida counties will give an accurate ac* 3
Dado county reported that while it SALES BY USING i r1cBi
products we will create an interest not only in Florida products, but in the
count of the situation. As an example

local community advertising Florida products." could not give the amount of pay I =P. IOLGOREBILTRITE "i

Florida looks to 1930 for the largest number of visitors that ever entered ments as yet, a total of 103,000 receipts I .:

had been issued, as against .o.
the state and naturally for the best business season. These visitors are !
33,000 last :year. : ,
coming largely in motor cars and' every part of the state will naturally receive .
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a portion of this increased business, but naturally the community that' WEARH6ELLIK6' .
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has 6 6 [) H / HAMPERS :J:
mastered its own'prob1ems
and holds out a welcoming hand and givesa is a Prescription for CLEANU N ESS" +. ..- ...

cordial and optimistic greeting is bound to profit most. II COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, ATA PLEASING PRICE !SAY I ....;..

BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. S t!

.I. 0 ..:.1 It (Is the most speedy remedy known. Which are just no wooing introduced. | ,
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CABBAGES AND KINGS ,,'iL PROTECT YOUR CO.We Florida t bean growers have long clamored for a hamper that was .;,1:

Bilt-Rite and Priced-Rite. KILGORE'S BILT-RITE hampers completely J i

EYES f fill both 'requirements. Compare them In strength and appear- *
blue ;
thoroughly wash, rinse,
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With all these goodwill tours planned why not let Clewiston] sponsor a and dry your clothes. We starch those =, ante with any hamper. -0.*.

good will tour to the local merchants. They are your most valu- articles requiring it. The bundle is : From Kilgores Bred-Rite Seeds to Kilgore's Bllt-Rlte Hamjfcrs to J;
'.' ,* Snow-white, with 3
to ,
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increase your profits. Call on ,one of our ,
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: > everything ready for use. '

Melting Snow, Gloomy Skies and Rain Follow:First Cold Blast.-Newspaper 1 after a demonstration. ;4 jt.!,
MOORE'S Inc.
headline. Sounds like far fetched fiction I CLEWISTONLAUNDRY I '- '.' '
to us in the northern Ever- Opticians : Optometrists ,.
glades. .' jj West Palm Beach, Fla. IT1C ;
1 ELPASOAVE.'SAHBONITAST.CLEWSTUN THE KILGORE SEED CO. : (
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We often wonder how some of these dramatic and virtuosos fFLORJDA Belle Glade Canal Point ,,
sopranos days, 9:30 to 12:30. Lake Plew Hospital '
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would feel could they see a third assistant shipping clerk at a radio, choke Clewiston, Tuesdays, P% M. ryoursnaw rte2atu d :,X.-K--:_HHHCLETV1STO.V -.._.._......_H-----,: : :_:+: : :. : P"'rt :-: : : :'

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I ond and naval stores third. The ship- i I

: By The Way Have You Heard ? FLORIDA EXPORTS ments made grouped under seventeen I!

MT commodity headings expressed in long I
ARE SENT TO 33T tons, comprised: Phosphate 873,587; !
The Woman's Club, of Clewisto James Taylor of Felda, Hendry county lumber 420,847; naval stores 104,275;

.1 V;*' will hold their December meeting on tax collector was a business visitor LANDSBusi fertilizer 1,249; provisions 79,838;

Saturday the fourteenth, at two thirt In Clewiston Monday. non-metalic minerals 30,119; metals

: .., Instead of Friday the thirteenth. Th -- and metal manufacturers 60,659;' coke

I meeting will be held at the Clewisto well '17,491; chemicals 7,028; cotton seed
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Troeger $82,00,000FOREIGN nessDone THANKSGIVING DAY
I Inn. All members are requested to bo known Clewiston winter residents arrived oil cake 5,454; cotton 3,096; petroleum
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present, as a very interesting prograrIs here Monday 'and are stoppingat During Fiscal : 4,670; coal tar pitch 8,100; pa- '*

promised. the Clew ston Inn. Year Says Report. I per 665; ice 2,355; shrimp 9 and, a COMES BU'T' ONCE A YEAR

I total of 21,529 tons of.unclassified or .

Mr. and Mis. A. W. Smith and fam!. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker eft Monday JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 26. (FSCCFlorida's ). miscellaneous cargo according to U. '

I, ly accompanied by Charles A. Mine to'spend Thanksgiving in Gaines foreign trade for the fiscal S. Department figures.

and, C. S. Ramsey motored to Wes vine, Fla. year ending Juno 30, 1923 amounted Imports received at Florida ports I You will always be thankful if you make

Palm Beach Sunday. to 1,613,971 tons in exports and are given as follows: expressed In I the WATANABE HOTEL home in '
828,359 tons of imports valued at your
long tons: salt 136; lumber 6,264;
'Mr. and Mrs M. W. Bigg '. were RURAL COMMON SENSE $82,000,000 according to the Research [fertilizer 232,902; creosote 15,980; Clewiston. ... ,,:.,
Bureau of. the Florida State Chamberof
Palm Beach visitors Saturday. -- '
non-metalic minerals 17,227; petro-
", Winter is the time when eggs are Commerce.
!leuf 355,180; sugar 54,285; coffee 9-
Dr. B. A. Bourne, pathologist foi generally; scarce, and, consequentlysell Exports cleared through Florida 108; tobacco3,460; paper 3,611; fruits JUST A LITTLE DIFFERENTThis
the Southern Sugar company: was a for a high price. The hens have ports during this period were distributed and vegetables 32,947; bones 3,474;

i business visitor in Miami. been laying heavily through the summer to thirt>"-,three. foreign countries whale oil 13,500; iron and, steel 4,713;
-p and have been cheaper. practically covering the entire
eggs cement 22,401 bananas 21,012 mahogany
; ; statement is a byword with our
guest.
Sam Woodham spent Sunday in I People who keep poultry could ob- globe. Phosphate was the leading 1,433, miscellaneous 30,333. ;
West Palm Beach. tain a considerable amount more profIt commodity exported with lumber sec,
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if they could get more eggs throughthe
Make the Watanabe Hotel your headquarters I'
L. Dick White months If got
Sanders Morgan and winter even they '

went on a hunting trip south of Clew less through the summer.It MILK-THE :FOOD CHILDREN NEED t and enjoy our 'hospitality.
Iston. is possible to get more winter
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: eggs than are now being obtained ina
:.... .'1' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Turner Brooks large number of poultry flocks. Fol- I A a I Pure milk-the kind
) and family spent the week end in lowing are some points that should be +is r : you get from this dairyis
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Lakeland. considered in this connection. 4. ut 4 one of the best i--
The aHotel
Pullets and hens, to do their best, ? :foods you can give your

Miss Jamye Williams and MarshallYenowine should be comfortably housed. Plenty r children. It contains, In r .,- .
enjoyed an airplane trip in of ventilation should be, provided but t form,
: easily digested
the Waco plane of the Kreuger Air drafts should be avoided._ Colds and MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.
the food elements need
lines. The trip was awarded as first roup are generally the result of birds ,
prize in a Fox Trot contest at a recent being in poorly' ventilated houses. 4 : e' ed for building' healthy,

dance of the Cotillion club in Cleanliness is absolutely essential. ., E strong bodies.INSPECTION .,
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<...: :. frhe Clewiston Inn. Have clean houses, clean birds, clean L t
t._f.. .'
, !: ; feed, and clean water. .INVITED

<, .i'.f." Gene Kerr and Miss Jerrye Jeffries Parasites, both external and internal : .J
motored to West Palm Beach.
retard egg production.

':;.i ta-";:' :, Provide some form of green feed CLEWISTON, DAIRY COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs Elbert L. Stewart ac each day. It contains minerals and .
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ritamlnes, both of which are essen- .
: ,'. .', and Mrs. W. C "Bill" Hooker motored .lal. Such feeds as kale, collards, ress.---
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to West Palm Beach Tuesday. rape, sprouted oats, Bermuda, etc., I

-'.:; ,''. ire being used by poultry raisers. 'n': ; ',METROPOLITAN SERVICE I

:. Among local sportsmen who have I Oyster shell, charcoal, and grit .. .
*;' tried their luck in the Glades south should be available In open hoppers. ':: IN ANEVERGLADES I

\ of here this season are Mr. and Mrs. I Feed a well balanced ration. The READY ,:, ,' .
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'. Bill Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. I concentrates; consist of a mash and .. .. .'" :..-"""-' SETTING If
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n,>: Stewart, Bill Chalker, James shoe'-I scratch feed. The common method of : ",
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',;:. .. smith, Carl Berner, Pete G.1 eeding; is to have large open hoppers Money deposited in the : ::'; I{ \.
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.' "', V. Hudson, Sanders L. Morgan, Dick I in which the dry mash is put. : MAKE THE CLEWISTON INN YOUR HEADQUARTERS -

..' White, William C. Hanson. The birds can consume this dry mash '
all day. Provide a non-wasting hop- I FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON WHILE IN THE SUGAR BELT.

.. Bill Chalker and James Shoesmith I '
ler and one that can be cleaned.

were dinner guests at the home of Place the water fountain near a mash Will always be ready when you call
', : Mr. and Mrs. John Chenet in the topper. This will induce a greater "
Shultz apartments Monday evening. nash consumption. for it. THE CLEWISTON INN {

The grain or scratch feed is fed. M.' :x ,
I : .4, "..J., R. Parker of Fort Myers was a either' once or twice a' day: If twice, Our banking facilities and policy as'sures CLEWISTON FLORIDA

business'' visitor in Clewiston Tues- eed only a small amount in the
full all times.
I you protection at ,,
jtSv day. corning and the greater part at :
f\!;" tight
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C. S. Cantrell, Clewiston merchant Adopt a feeding practice and follow You need not worry over' your valuables ., ...... ...... r
returned this week after'a' week's Vacation it out with regularity. when deposited with us. ,

In .Georgia. .

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A. E, Anderson, secretary of the II EYES EXAMINED, GLASSES FIT SAFE CONSERVATIVE BANKING .,,::". :','i:" : ..t"J" : : ,t.>.;:..: : ; :"

D Clewiston Home Building association I fED BY A PHYSICIAN SPECIALIST. ..'. 'L'1: \
represented this community at the ,.' \1
state meeting of Building and Loan PRICES REASONABLE : f

.,,,,' 'Associations held last week in '''Pa- FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON '

,. latka. Pahokee Optical! Co. ;: : i;.

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TRADE WITH THEM . : Clewl.stoI4fl' Folks WHERE YOUR DOLLARSWILL ,

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IN PALM BEACH
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,! the Spaniards first claimed it as their I I I share their blessings with those less GOOD COTTON CROP it is
FEATHERS"TO anticipated
"FOUR will reach normal
INFANTRY HIKING PLAY AT THEKETTLER I own. It stands today Improved and !r i fortunate that the Day will be one of I capacity.

THEATRE developed beyond mere expression, I I Joy for all. Florida's 1929 cotton crop has averaged -I
TO BE THING OFChevrolets I because a people were united in the "In witness whereof, I have here-; thirty-five pounds per acre over

"Four Feathers"! Starting Saturday determination and faith to bid it unto set my hand and caused to be last year's production, says the Flor-

PAST IN ARMIES November 30th, and for three such. It will stand tomorrow and in affixed the Great Seal of the Stateof ida State Chamber of Commerce, ac-
Florida. Done at the city of Talla-
to
cording figures
when children are complIed through
future our ,
.. days following will be see the newest years Z1
destinies. And it hassee, this ninteenth day of Novem- government sources. i
and most weird sensation of the at the helm of its
better Florida than ber, In the year of our Lord one The 'Florida crop report for Novem-
Are Use d screen. This unequalled entertainmentwill I will be an even ,
be found at the Kettler Theatre f lit is today. Nowhere in the great thousand nine hundred and twenty ber shows practically all staple cropsas r w,
For TransportationOf nine and of the Transference of Flor- 1
people being In excess of 1928 in
West Palm Beach. I United States can be found a average
ida to the United States, the hundredand production. The truck
Infantrymen.Motorization decided in their crop movement
loyal and more
"Four Feathers"! Imagine a picture more
I ninth." IB reported as being light at this time I I .",
with all the gallant courage of ambitions to bring advancement to .. r.repllo"' tiff
of infantry is being "Beau Gestc"-all the vital forces of their state. Such has always been the I I Doyle E. Carlton: owing to necessary replanting. During I 1
effected generally this time in the "Chang" both coupled with a nature I case and such will always be the (seal) By the Governor: the winter months truck shipments, ; West Pam Beach Lady AttendantEd "

armies of the world and the United story of the immensity of "Simba." I' spirit of the people who make up :Win. I..Igou,

States army is at present conductingits Two years in the making-with loca- Florida:. Secretary of State. --.-"' !n'7II'.r..

first experiment along this line tions extending from Hollywood, California I "Too much stress cannot be placed Venor Bill Vewor, ...

at Camp Eustis, Lee Hall, Va. to the dark jungles and burn- on the importance of thi cot'nedspirit : SCIENTIFIC SHOE RE-BUILDING

It is the 34th infantry that no longer ing deserts of Africa, with a cast as of cooperation. The words of 'DAHLBERG NAMED \I REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT I

has to hike with the slow military has never been seen before in such a Morris, who said, "United We slacfl- AS SPEAKER I Mail your shoes to us and we will mall them back.

tread, riding instead in a fleet of 56 picture, Including the names of Rich-I Divided We Fall" arc an eveilaciir.jj .' I II 437 Datura Street Opp. Post Office West Palm Beach. Fla.

Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks. ard Arlen, Olive Brook, William Powell I'I' warning, to the people of cny country : : (Continued from Page 1))

Extensive manoeuvers which have I Fay Wray, Noah Beary, Theodervon I or of any state. They compose the I II ....: :..:...:-:..:..:..:..:.:..:...:..:..:..:. :.:..:.:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:_:_:_:_:_:.-:.:_:..:..:..:..:_:-:_:.:_:.':_: :_:..:_:-:.
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'aders of he state for discussion of : :
been conducted since last August *
I Eltz, George Everett Edward J. admonition which will forever guide j I
have proved so successful that indications Ratcliffe and Phillippe de Lacy, with : the United States greater deeds of I state-wide problems and the present- j TRUTHFUL TRANSACTIONS
business biews methods [[ l -
point to complete motorization an additional cast of 5000 players. accomplishment. They: form today, ment of on .

of the army within the next few Besides this immense cast, there will the foundation of the plan which is of solution. : .i.
To know diamonds, know jeweler. :::
years.It beb rought before your eyes 7,000 being attempted to bring peac for your your
is a far" cry from modern daysto wild animals, including 700 I I evermore. The world as a unit is recognizing -
hippopotu -SALE Packard six Sedan. with
I FOR I .; Buy confidence from a firm you can trust. *
the time when Hannibal led his
mi in a hair-raising stampede, 1,000 1 the sound judgement ex- Fine shape. Bargain. See Mr. Wall at ', :
army over the Alps, and yet _a com I I in these words, and Florida -
camels in a thrilling charge and 5,000 : pressed Clewiston Building Material Co. ;
parison seems appropriate at this baboons racing through a burning will reach its greatest rate of ad- I.:. I. ... ..
time. The chief handicap that Hanni! 'jungle. vancement through the work of its

bal and all the other great military "Four Feathers"! !! It tells a fasci- j people in cooperating for the one FOR SALE-Safes. Store and Of- '-\ t "

leaders had to overcome was the lackof nting story of a youth raised in the I purpose of progress." fice equipment. New and used. ''.? : :::; :
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speed In moving their forces. 11 1
proud traditions of an old English "Now therefore, I, Doyle E. Carlton TUXBURY : ; ,
Formerly an army on the march con I Poinsettia
family. Something, however, makes governor of the State of Florida 117 N.
sidered two miles an hour a good I him afraid that he will be unable to :I do appoint and set aside the day of : West Palm Beach : L. C. MARTIJEWELER/
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average speed. The Camp Eustis experiments 6TP
of
live up to the expectations of his I November 28, 1929, as a day .
with the Chevrolet caravan, I family and friends; so when he is Thanksgiving: and do recommend that ::

have shown that it is possible to informed, secretly, that his regimentis we enter into the spirit of the Day, :::: 211 Clematis St. West Palm Beach *
move a regiment with all its neces- to be sent to Sudan Africa to quella giving Thanks unto Him who is our THE "FAIR" AWNING :_t: HEADQUARTERS FOR :!: 61.

sary supplies at an average speed of native rebellion, he resigns and excuses Supreme guarantee that happiness SHOPPE :;: Gruen, Traub, Towle.I I':;
15 miles hour. I
an his action on his coming marriage and success will always crown our :;: Oldest established Jewelry Store in West Palm Bceach :!:
Remembered Long After
Another Quality
been
advantage that has I
with a childhood sweetheart.As efforts. May the Churches of the ,
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mindfulof
his regiment sails, three of his state be filled with citizens -
has been found practical anywherethat No. 10 Lakeview Arcade, Lalrevlew
and a
friends who are officers in the Corps, the good they have received
the ground is hard. A tractor, Avenue
sail him a white feather-the age-old may they humbly acknowledge the Make The
included in the equipment carries a symbol of cowardice. The girl, too Divin Power which protects them. Phone 2-0229

lead horse for emergency purposes. although much in love with him, can May those more abundantly plessed West Palm Beach Florida
Today severa regiments of British
POINSETTIA I I HOTEL
not understand and also sends him a
troops are being moved by motor
white feather. Disgraced, in the eyes -
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cars. Through the British
and American
of his best loved he resolves to goI I .1 r I
-- experiments it has been definite- Your HomeVhilc i In West Palm Beach ,
'" to Africa, and there do four great I
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Tjr learned that completely motorized acts of courage and daring, in order I ". t./ ". -.lr. Pleases- ." 'Us'--' *To'Please', You"** .' J.,
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units can transport SOO I TON S iN C.
times men eight to redeem_ himself. Thus do we find i See us for the best grade of I I P A X CRESSWELL
more swiftly than they can EARLS Manager l
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such an interesting plot so convincingly I .
travel afoot. western grown seed with high germination ,
played, that we are swayed by every COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY
Aside from the slow speed of animals Formerly Penders
] there is the added inefficiencyof emotion that is felt by this re- at the lowest market prices. j I II ___ ...-.. f _

mules and horses carrying heavy demptioner.Richard Arlen plays the role of the I We arc prepared to fill all orders "QurHty:: neverQuestioned" I .-.-.....-.'............"-._..."......'.-._...O':...-...-.........O'Oo-'....,.-.'.Oo:......Oo..O'. .....:.,'..:..:..:..'.O':..:.O':.................:u'.,.._........_._...._:..'...:

loads and themselves.of feed for One the truck other can animals carry young officer. Olive Brook William I the day they are received. If I :. YOUR EYES ARE YOUR MOST VALUABLE :f j: !>
Powell and Theoder von Eltz as his

900 gallons of gasoline an adequate best officer friends. Fay Wray is su I you arc an out of town customer, I :!: POSSESSIONS :I i: .
reserve supply for the entire motor 222 Clematis Street
perb in the role of sweetheart. ?
force give your order to any of the Trans
i :!: Protect them from STRAIN, and CLARE with TILLYER CRUX. *

portation Lines and they will bring .-.:'.. ITE Lenses *-.:-- ..
GOVERNOR 'REVIEWS L G | A line of
Records Show Low BLESSINGS OF FLORIDAPlease you the seed on the return trip. Our J! complete ;i; Accurate to the very edge. ;.::

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Farm Mortgages I motto Is SERVICE AND QUALITY : -t
turn to page 5 LADIES AND MENS ..
Through Florida I I I:SEE HOORE TO SEE MOR'E 1) .

the soil and to obtain the utmost I I FINE SHOES

JACKSONVILLE, NOV. 26, (FSCC) I from our natural farming advantages.We .

-Florida's farm mortgage debt for have met the destructive forces

1928 was $35,561,000, the lowest of storms, it is true, with loss of life THE SEED STORE OUR PRICES

amount recorded in the Southeasternstate's and property, but we are looking to- $5.00 and $6.00
group composed of South Carolina ward a solution of the danger rather H. D.Derrick. Seedman

Georgia Alabama and Tennessee than permitting these factors to de- 912-918 Belvedere Road SiS
says the Florida State Chamber WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
stroy the spirit of "we will. Recent
Visit our store 'while inWest
of Commerce. history of Florida proves that much PHONES ? OPTOMETRISTS-OPTICIANS

Figures Just released through the I has been accomplished, despite the Residence 2.2027 Business' 2.2560 I Palm Beach I II II IV :: 222 :$*I: .
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truth that natural influences were at .
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gage Owner debt operated: farms $20,041,000, I At Your Service I II WE THANK YOU I ii! ANTHONYS INC. i ,.


tenant operated farms $13,089,000 and I HALSEY & GRIFFITH For your past busr :;: WEST PALM BEACH ::::
manager operated farms $2, 431,000. I WHEN IN THE
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entire country Is given as $9,468,526-I Inc.STATIONERS. your business in PALM BEACHES :!: : MAKE THIS STORE YOURHEADQUARTERS 4=:::

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PLETE STORES OF ITS conveniently located down town. .;. .-; :.
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BooJfS, fiction and serious WORK SHOES LEATHER BOOTS :

Gift and Bridge Shop ALL UNDER ONE ROOF :: \ RUBBER BOOTS ;t

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INDRAINAGE Neil Stewart said that necessary finances I mittee which is to report to the presi- Mr. and .Mrs G. W. Pettee and Geo.fire practice Tuesday evening were
RAPID PROGRESS La Belle News
WORK have been pledged All 'II dent by December 9, are. Jim Beards. Loveland Pettee to Fort Myers TUCB-treated to a fine supper by the La "

amounts subscribed by members for ley Victor Blatc, A. L. Crow, Dick C. day. Belle Royal Neighbors. During the i j

\ Continued from 1)) this purpose will be considered advance Miller and Tom Smith. -- banquet Mr. Hatch and a companion I
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payment against flying course Seldon and Bill Stewart who are J. W. Christie spent Monday in Fort: from Scars played many fine pieces ;

attending the Florida University at Myers.Mr. on the guitar and banjo. :
plant in Unit C of the South Florida I and there will be a 10 per cent discount I Temporary ,
Gainesville spent the week end with
I Conservancy district is now complete allowed for those paying the THREE ,DAY FETE headquarters of the Fire Departmentare ;
their parents Commissioner and Mrs. : and Mrs. Dennis Small motoredto in the building across from the
and work of installing the machinery total sum in advance. NETS AID$500
Stewart.Mr. Fort Myers Tuesday. bank of La Belle which has been
being pushed. The work Is being done Electios of officers will be the first I

by the E. F. Powers construction company business transacted at the meeting (Continued from page 1) : and Mrs. Delaney have arrivedIn Frank Coons of Fort Myers Hupmo- loaned bank until through.permanent the courtesy headquartersare : of the

and the plant equipment will be Friday night and although it was La Belle from the north. They expect bile agency was in La Belle last weekon found.

three 54 Inch Wood screw pumps the consensus of opinion among the winter their
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nations and the attractive display at to spend the here business.
total capacity of 180,000 gallons group to name P. G. Bishop, president i
with a residence Main street.
the bazaar boths consisted of articles on Oscar Malmberg of Miami Is visiting
of water -per minute. The capacity the sugar official declined, Paul Vaughn of Fort Myers was a;
individuals relatives in La Belle
donated by of the commu this week.
of this plant will be the same as expressing the wish that the officersbe Mr. Catalina arrived in La Belle visitor in La Belle Monday.Mrs. -
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that of the Sugarland Drainage district elected from the list of active Among those in charge of boothsat this week from the north and Is occupying Captain Hurd L. Reeves motored to

pump station ,immediately west mmbers. the bazaar were Mesdames F. L. his home on Lee street. G. W. Pettee entertained one Fort Myers Tuesday. _
of Clewiston. In view of the fact that lower char- table of bridge Monday afternoon.The .
1 i Williamson, R. L. Simpson, R. Y
Mr. Patterson also reported that ges will be made in the local school Sheriff D. L. McLaughlin of Hendry guests were: Mrs. A. L. Taylor, ,,
Patterson. Chas A Jackson, Jesse G. .
i, construction of the five mile lcjee; on and because of the fact that it will county returned last week from Houston Mrs. Frank Daugherty, Mrs. E. E. Edwards
i I Allhands, Lou Bergeron, Julius Alston
the north side of the Palm Beach Canal be a non-profit organization a large Texas, where he has been on Miss Corine Jones. 666
Dick C. Miller, Wilson S. Harvel
In the Pelican Lake district was attendance is expected at the organization business for several weeks.
Albert Backus, F. Deane Duff, Wat- Motorists passing through La Belle Is a Prescription for

.,,. completed this week. meeting Friday night at 7:30 ers, W. C. Hooker, Brown, Elbert L. for Moore Haven and other Eastern COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,.
Mrs. Selden L. Stewart and sonsmotored
three unit station of 180- o'clock.
Another BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.It .
Stewart, T. V Watson and Miss :Mary
to Fort Myers Saturday. coast points are advised to use Main
000 gallons per minute capacity is Is the most speedy remedy known.
Skeldon and Miss Elta Whatley.
drain Mrs. H. A. Rider and family motored street, since Bridge street near the
nearly finished in the Pahokee CREDIT ASS'N.
to Fort Myers Saturday.Mr. courthouse is almost impassable with
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loose ,sand and is very rough. I
( :). been installed and lined and only pip- i
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'& .., 12 CARLOADS OB BEANS and Mrs. Joe Ross attended KEEP DRY
:',' ing work and building of the house (Continued from page 1)) I ,
: ROLL TO MARKETS Noah's Ark at the Arcade theatre in. Many hunters have been procuring under aTAYLORMADE
>: remaining to be done.
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Fort Myers Sunday. licenses this week for the hunting
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: Concrete control gates for the gravity truth about prices here." season which opened last Wednesday. TOP
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Judge Charles O. Ross is having anew
hokee ,drainage district is also completed for a community-wide clean-up cam '''Palm Beach FIREMAN GIVEN BANQUETFire Top to Tire
built the
metal dragged through the soil at a cottage on
Mr. Patterson said. paign and asked that where it is necessary highway in La Belle. Chief W. D. Blount and the La West Palm Beach
depth of from two to four feet, leaving -
to, pile materials' on a lot backof of: Belle firemen after a long etrenous
a subterranean canal by means

ALL CLEWISTON FLYING SCHOOL .or adjoining hedge be a building planted to that beautifythe an attractive which drainage and Irrigation may be Mr.Clewiston and :Mrs. Dennis Sunday'where'Small motoredto they_ .:-:-:-:..:..:..:-:..:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:..:-: :..:..:..:-:..:-: :..:-:..:-:-:..:.. iJl": >*:X"4: : **I>vt4: .:II"I4: :<5"II: --,'*I'I*

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property. brought Miss Edna Small from the
mole drain is used extensively :i!: KILGORE'S KILGORE'S :
(Continued from Page 1) Following Captain Duff's talk, on hospital there to La Belle. PEAS
on lands of the Southern Sugar
the motion of Dick C. Miller it was .;" BRED RITE SEEDS BRED RITE SEEDS .!

. .,....... be officially connected with the 'flying agreed that;; the association pledge its company and in this case ,the subter- Paul Deam of Clewiston was in La I

,it: :: '-:. school, and the interest of company membership 'to cooperating fully in I ranean drain runs from canal to Belle Monday on busines. .. !.
the ; Just received another car of NEW CROP PEAS at the following a
canal but the. mole drain on .
; y_ officials is merely to encourage *
t : the ,clean-up move. ::: LOW PRICES: !
', .,.- the development of decision's air- Credit rating of prospective purchasers Beardsley farm is bored from a buckeye Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pettee, George

, mindedness. ditch to a ded end at the opposite Loveland Pettee and Mr. and Mrs. W. t
in the community will be Little Marvel $8.00 bushel
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.. .f$ The Clewiston Flying club membership end of the field P Arledge spent Sunday in ,Arcadia ,. a
available to members of the Clewis .. '
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0 will be divided into two classifi ton Better Business League through I and Fort Myers. .;. L ax t oman . . 8. -, .3 Lushel $

mein5' action taken at the meeting Tuesday r. Thomas Laxton . 8.FO bushel *
R E. Kurtz of Fort Mjers was a r
bers. The dues for the active members LOST
night when President Cecil V. Parkinson -

will be $25 per year and the appointed a committee to form 'Owenervill giveREWARD business visitor on Monday.S. BEANS BEANS BEANS I_ I

.: dues for the non active members $10 the .credit: association as part of the t
I i I for the return to the Clewiston News ., L. Hough of Fort Myers spent :: :i;:
<* per year. Flying instruction will be Better Business League. On the com- NEW CROP VENITIAN GROWN STOCK
Belle.
given to active members for $20 per mittee are Victor Blate, Dick C. Mil Office, a small black suitcase, lost in Monday in La

'. air hour, which is considerably lower I ler and B. F. Fears.In the road Tuesday afternoon betweenthe \ :!: Bountiful.....,,.............. $12.00 bu. Giant Stringless ........ $12.00 bu. :}

'. than regular rates. The Clewiston connection with the plans of the bank and Post Office. 31rs. Frank Daugherty accompanied:: :=: Burpee Stringless .... ... 11.00 bu. Refugee ((1000 to 1)) .. 10.00 bp. :::'

7''r"*, Flying club will be a non profit organization Miami chamber of commerce for observance + Red Valentine ............. 11.00 bu. Black Valentine ............ 11.00 bu. +

- and dues and instruction of Everglades Day on De- C) fP o :;: Pencil Pad ... ............ ... 11.00 bu. Fordhook Lima .. .....,.,. 15.00 bu. t.f
FLORIDA FARM WANTEDWe I
-r nominal fee for the instructor will ember 1C, It was agreed that a committee have a party interested in buy-1 lL :!: HOME OF THE BRED-RITE SEED :!:

be used for purchase of additional I' canvass the business people of t T
ing a Florida farm. If your farm is
equipment. Clewiston with view to forming a I
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F. B. G. Co., Box 408, Olney, III. TEL. 8121
purchase of an instruction ship, and make the trip to Miami. On the com fa .y
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