The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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L.1 TII'ti I N 1J. Where Industry And Ag ,

The 'Center/'of, ,'".'YVOLUME.'Sugar* America Bowl New ( .. ,. e ,.. ."\ S ..j 1" riculture J,' Meet" ;.t'II -







'\0 Visitors Leave Train At Palm l' Beach, To" Travel i /

i Automobile Through Sugar Belt From Sales Show Increa s e Flier Completes Seven *
I :: :: ,Sugar Company President Aviation Possibilit> >< e s ,By ,

;, i', Is Thoroughly ,To Be Among Topics Canal Point To Clewiston. And Mill. Of More Than One I 1\Loops .Iii* Air Circus [.

Million In Year.The Here ; School Operations
:. {,11 Pleased With Sugar For Discussion! r I '
' .: Eleven Californians completing a the, Californians visited tho new golf I' I To Be Expanded.

... r' Operations In'E, ver- Meeting for the first time this year trip across the continent to. see ,the course and spent more than an hour annual statement of The Celo4K ..;I I
'. \ glades. I members' of the Clewiston Better sugar industry. ,in the northern Everglades 'in. the sugar mill following the process : tex Company for the, year ending Oc With five local men having already

Business League at a regular meet s of Florida' arrived here Thursday ;of raw sugar manufacture. tober 31, 1929 shows net sales of held tho controls in student aviation \.
president of the Sou and after lunch, at the Among the sights with which they $10,317,640.51 as compared with $8-
"'_ I:':'. B. G. Dahlberg ing to be held next Tuesday night morning instruction and half a dozen more j
:: them Sugar company and the Celo will review work of the associationsince Clewiston Inn made .a thorough in- were visibly impressed ,was the Mu- 979,858.10 for the previous year. planning to enroll In the near future .-
In Clewiston Wednesday i of the-Clewiston division of ench sugar cane harvester which Is Net income was 1478589.83 as
', tex company its organization ,last year and spection Clewiston this week got away to a
t:.; afternoon and Thursday morningon discuss plans for the future It was the Southern Sugar company including working Ina field near the sugar compared with $1,380,622.07 for, '1928. 'flying strat this' week and Indications

:t' :,ir{ an 1 inspection of his Florida hold announced yesterday, by Cecil 'V. Parkinson a' trip through the 4,000 tons a mill., For many; of tho visitors it was: Deductions for depreciation, Interest are that the operations of the Clewis-!

:,;;. ings, v expressed himslef as well president, who urged a full day Clewiston factory. their. first trip to a sugar cane plantation charges, amortization of discount and ton school will be extended to accept t

':..... pleased with the progress shown here attendance at the meeting next Tues Leaving their train at, Palm Beach, and they were high in their I,,expenses ond funded debt and provision students from the neighboring

_ 'n'"; Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George day. the Californians traveled by automobile -"" Praise of the activities here, emphasizing for federal income tax amounted towns of Belle Glade and Pahokee. 1

: (. :c; \, L. .Van' Bergen of New York Among the features of the meeting through the sugar belt starting their pleasure :at seeing so to $877,088.14. I Among those who have begun their ,
' : 1 at the Southern Sugar holdings : many, labor. saving devices. .In addition a deduction of 355686.- j
:; where Mr. Van Bergen is manager will be a'discussion of the possihili- company t' dual instruction are 'Tom Shelley, Ed \
the New York division of the Celotex ties of aviation in the northern Ever- in Palm Beach and traveling' ,IU, the party were Ellis Bishop, 34 was made during the year covering I Perkins, Roy L. Simpson, Henry Der-' I

Lr 'r.r company Mr. Dahlberg arrived shortly glades by Lyman O. Deuse. owner of through more than forty miles of sug- l iPasadena, Capitalist; George E. 'Vibent special rebates, made to 'dealers endorf and Bob George. .. ,''" ;

;. after five o'clQ.ckVednesda after- j the Challenger, training plane here. ar cane fields to the western rim of ., Pasadena Capitalist; John Caul- :as ti result of a price reduction. This Rapid progress is being made by

r. .,,f\:. po m and went into, conference with The possibilities of aviation here will the sugar belt a few" miles east- of, field,\ Pasadena Capitalist: ; Linton H. item is in the nature of a nonrecurring -I the students according to Neil Stewart ., I

'. : his Florida officials.: be discussed not only from a local Moore Haven. i I.Smith. Los Angeles Broker; J*. E. charge, but was: charged: to cur- I instructor and L. O. Deuse,. owner ';

I i .V-,1 .::..,Completing an inspection of the training standpoint, but Mr. Deuse, Returning. from the Be how farm (Please turn to page 4)SCOUTS rent operations.The of the Challenger training plane.. Iy"t, -:j
; jCjpi and mill before leaving Thurs- ---- company advises in this con I the fact '
; .fields, will outline opportunities for local Despite that two of the stu- j., "
. ',io x i'f day morning, Mr. Dahlberg: expressed business men to attract training I II DESTROYS IBOY nection that the' price of Celotex was dents, Ed Perkins and Tom Shelley, ',"i
I ;|/ii/;:'e himself as being thoroughly 1 pleased schools from the north to make their TO.HOLD reduced on December, 10. 1928 and the I have had less than three hours In the II III

i)1 ,--_" with the operations here. I winter headquarters: in the northern I company voluntarily rebated back 'to I air they have already: had instruction "::', ,:""I!

Iv, .,* _ltv was Mr. and Mrs. Van Bergen's Everglades. FOUR, BUILDINGS MEETING dealers the amount of the price re- in bringing the ship out of a spin, and .

::. first' tirp to Clewiston and both, said ,i ij Other matters to be taken: up for duction on stocks of Celotex ''in 'deal- I indications' are that they will soon be .

( ," ,: :... '. 'they were greatly impressed particularly discussion ai the meeting next Tuesday IN BELLE GLADExtan HERE TONIGHT I era, hands at the time. I doing solo work. "
j The amount !
" of this rebate
'! ,,tt. with: the immense acreage in : night will be the question of Increasing was: The majority of, the students are '.

:; W { r sugar cane -which they: saw from the the volume of local business equal to 1.73 per share on the 'num-I I on banks, and turns. : ,

". ,,'I",, 'air and later' on an automobile trip I Although decision: merchants have Residents ish Plans Fdr Uniforms To ber of, shares ,of common stock outstanding As a result qf keen interest evincedby
:"'' ... from Clewis tOll to, Canal Point | been enjoying a heavy volume of business Two at hie ed of the >ear. After I prospective fliers in Belle Glade
Flames After
: jt, Be Discussed In New the deduction of this rebate .net income and Pahokee, 11rDeuse I
:;: } j it is the consensus of opinion is now mak
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'I\.I..' that even this figure may be substantially Hour, Fight: :Local Organizat'ionIembers for the year on the average ing arrangements to extend his

,:- number of shares outstanding during school to those communities '
; increased
:: COMMITTEES ARE by the local mer ,
}' chants' pointing out the advantages' While the ,entire citizenship fought ':\ of the Clewiston Boy the year was $6.14 per share: and $5.- he will continue to make Clewistonhis

: of trading at home. to save their: recently rebuilt community 12 per share on the shares outstan'd'ing headquarters. _
i iII' ,Scout troop will
{ NAMED BY DUFF meet in the Clewiston '
: This plan was successfully tried fire originating from ,defective ,at the end of the period., Airmlndedness of Clewistonites .
: school
tonight when
dining the past few months of 'last wiring destroyed three of the largest more scouts Without such deduction .earnings was reflected last Sunday when a '/ I

;' IN LOCAL LEGION year when the merchants conductedan buildings in the downtown. section of will l, stand. examination. in tho tender- I would be $7.87'ler share and $7.15 record crowd was, present at the municipal V*.I.

educational campaign for l local I Belle Glade early Monday morning foot..tests and further arrangementswill I per share respectively. : airport to watch a small air ;" :

buyers. with a loss estimated at $200,000. be made: to gef uniforms for the I Net profit on sales, exclusive of rebates circus.' _,, ,,,.;

1 l.:4: : )Yl.elrUI Meeting Of I will be" the 'first held this year. 'The' C; Betzner hardware store_ Frledheim memberI"ink.totliern compared with 1537: per cent orr', ery, Nell Stewart and L. O. Deuse ; *-

flrs-rf rating" scheduled. for January Seed:"a"Supply:, store,.C. VyDenlorfgrocery : and Dick White, *1928 showing .a.n' increase in profit. were in,. the air and theievent'' .. :; -
i _$;: War Veterans. wcr" J| j _- .neil because.fthe. installation ,and 'HoTweil's(:and 10-'cent:. ;rscoutmaster. : and'"assistant'scoutmas.ter .,;. ration: "'."in', ',spite. 'of ,price"reduction.V '. .I (Please turn to PageT4)L) ..' t :,;"".\
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,' "cf' : ,.r stirvice/s of the, local post of the store. 'respectively will Instruct the boysin r eompany capacity vas Iri ,,,..: f

'r ',:..ii:.' '"Appointment. of standing, committees American Legion. It was then decided The fire was discovered at. 5:30 scout creased during the year by the installation : 'I ISTATE '
lore and plans will be discussed -' -
the coming
: to serve during year to pass .the January meeting and a o'clock and within a ,short time the ,,' : of an additional unit at the CLUBWOMEN -

Qp. featured the regular meeting of the record attendance is expected for entire community was busy fightingthe for an overnight hike to be New Orleans plant, bringin gthe an- .

'Clewiston Post of ,the American: Legion Tuesday. flames. Men formed a bucket held in the near future. I' nual capacity to approximately 500- GUEST OF GLADESORGANIZATIONS .
. :,< .7" held at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday -
brigade: to the nearest fire hydrantand Since the organization of the local square feet of standard build-
.. ... night. I calls for aid were sent to West ing boanl. The increased productionwas
,. .. :r, Twenty world war veterans were scout troop a few weeks ago ,rapid.
: Palm Beach, Pahokee and Miami in effect only during the last
'"present ,which was considered a .record Plans For Oyster progress has been made and last'
Locks. From the latter communitycame (Please turn to; Page 4))
;;. : ; ,,: attendance for a regular meeting Supper CompletePlans week Scout Executive H. O. Kight of
j : ): .. a small truck which resulted in ---
and Commander F. Deane Duff expressed r Clewiston And Moore
"f'V. 11" II
-r-- saving four additional buildings in Fort :Myers presented insignia to :

._' ,. ', the request that every veter- are now complete for tHe the same block A relief corps from those who have passed' their tender- Atlanta Girl Is, HavenitesHonor r

:..,;.M.A.. ;, aii in the community attend the Le-I first oyster supper of the year tobe West Palm Beach arrived shortly after foot r
'. tests. Bride Of Mrs. Tyler.
c-, : ;Ion meetings. PuryearMr. I ,.'
given by the members of the Ladies seven o'clock but the fire was by
;/ '-. $m. Fred B. Puryear was named chairman Aid of the Clewiston Community that time already under control. In connection'with outfitting the'lo
.: .;. l.'" i of the attendance and membership \ and Mrs. Fred B. Puryear I Mrs. Franklin W. Tyler, vicepresident -
church at the church tomorrow An interesting feature of the fire cal troop with uniforms the Clewiston }
::;, ,;; committee and y others named on I' who were married last Thursday in ': of Section No. 10 of the State
; ,. night, it announced today by that flames
I I was was the halted at a build- Post of the American Legion has
;,....,: tJfi-. ,.this committee are G. W. R. McConnachle Atlanta, Ga., have returned to Clew- Federation ow Woman's: Clubs was to
( Mrs. William G. Ames, president.The Ing which during the storm floated
.-:. .' .;:'; G. V. Hudson, Dan Allen and will be served from three agreed to finance the scouts, the mon- lanta. ,,.... be the guest of honor at a :Joint meet- "
supper quartets. of a mile down the
',,";" .\ .. L.' A. Morgan, Jr. Ii ey to be repaid in small installments. iston. The bride before her marriage ing of the Moore Haven and the Clew-
o'clock is
: ,' ," 5:30 until the last guest canal, later being returned to its ori-
: r' : On the Entertainment and Ahtletlc Members of the local 1 Hen was ''Miss Thelma Currie of At- iston Woman's Clubs scheduled for
served and in addition to oysters ginal location. The loss in the Belle troop are
> committee Wilber! D. Cole was named j I three o'clock this ,afternoon, at the
.: possibilities.
there will be ham. Home-made pies Glade file: was partly covered by insurance ry Storey, Wallace Allen, Merrel i
;} ; chairman with the following members Mr. Puryeaj has been in Clewis- I Clewiston Inn, it was announced by
: : will also be served.Glades : Lowe, Hulle Walls, Van Bush, Jimmy
... :. 4" Carl Berner, Frank Wright. Victor 'JTwo i ton for the past year when he came I Mrs. Dick C. ,Miller, member of the
Garner, E. B., Bethea, Ed Ward, '
:.1, Blate and Cecil V. Parkinson. f I here from Sarasota to become mana- committee on arrangements.

':" 1 The Americanization Welfare Committee George Bestor, Halson Avant, Richard ger of the Clewiston Inn. In addition to the Clewiston and

').) i,'. Is the one_ under which coop' Weather Hurt In Auto Bestor Bobbie Hare, Charles Claude Downs, assistant cashierof Moore Haven members, delegationsfrom

.!L. ,' oration with the Boy Scout movenlent ,I Wreck Sunday Night Surls and Marvin: Autman. the First Bank of Clewiston was Ft. Pierce ,and ,Palm Beach
'J.; In Clewistou will be handled and on j Date Max. Min. Evap. I -' best man at the wedding in Atlanta clubs were expected.

\) ,' this committee J. R. Alston was Feb. 4 79 52.5 .100 Losing control of their small road- I and Miss Algie Currie, the bride's I Following Mrs. Tyler's talk the

,f named chairman, other committee }1 eb. 5 82 60' .150 I scheduled program included a literary
ster in trying to dodge a rock in the "Town Scandals"Rehearsals sister was bridesmaid.
members including James E. Beards- Feb. 6 86' 60 .170 I and and'musical program followed by'
the wedding
road, Lemuel Howard suffered :a frac-
ley, Dr. B. A. Bourne 76" 64 .204 AreStarted
Gus McGhee, Feb. 7 Mrs. visited his at serving retreshm nts.
Puryear parents
tured skull and his companion, ,Hu- ,
and Frank O. Richmann. Feb. S' 76 I 40 .U15 of
Aid On the local committee arrange
'. bert Page, a fractured collar bone By Dalton, Ga., after which they returned
'I William Cecil Owen'was named Feb. 0 70 41. .131 ments are Mrs. William"G. Ames, Mrs
to Clewiston and where they
when their car turned turtle on the
; (Please turn to 4) Feb. 10 75 47.5 .157 William Cecil
page Dick C. Miller, :Mrs.
l' Belle Glade road Sunday night. are making their home at the Clew- i

r Y r Howard and Page, both of La Belle Preliminary arrangements for the I iston Inn. j Owen and Mis. C. A. Jackson.

ff'J s SCHOOL PUPILS SCORE BIG HIT 'IN' I I were taken to the Lakevlew hospital "Clewiston Scandals of 1930 'to be

where they are bing treated by Dr. presented by the Ladies Aid societyof
I F. L Tatom. the Clewiston Community church CLEWISTON\
,, -', According 'to the report of tho accident were made last Monday night at a I Ir I

;::F ,,, -- I the boys swerved to avoid meeting in the church when plans for I SPOTS IN WORLD SAYS VISITOR

'il :. .. : I hitting a rock In the road, when they. the musical review were discussed. _
'' One of the best theatrical presenK "If that's the undertaker, tell him the -
..., lost, control of the can which turned: Because the meeting night was: ad-
: :j;: tatlons offered in Clewiston was giv- body is not quite ready." r "There few things like this
I over several times. The boys were vanced from Tuesday to Monday Southern Sugar company are
y/H;-' ,'( rf: en at the Glatex theatre Wednesday ) Among the high spots ,in the show rushed Florida spot in the world" said Mr.
to the Lakeview hospital night it was impossible to bring outa In the northern Everglades have I I
j./;'F'< ;\ and Thursday night when pupils oft was the rag doll dance: with the raggedy I where I Hill, naming the above mentioned
Howard's condition Is said to record gathering but thirteen talented -
: <,.vr. L';r.. the Clewiston school presented "The''' andys. ., I be serious. brought to the front the possibilities lands as the only icctionsl of the

: .:". <*':'t Flapper Grandmother." | The play was dir cted by; Mis'!?. Sibyl The people answered Mrs. Ame'scall. '!'of one of the'fiv most wonderful world which can ni any way compare
' car was a total wreck. Among plans discussed the
;T ." Despite the fact that the pupils had Edspn. v was agricultural locations in the entire with the northern Eberglades.
* "v; .' decision to have a act playlet in- ,
,.: ;v: ;\ only a week of rehearsals before the The cast included: world, according to Samuel F. Hill ; "Things' here at Clewiston" said

r\: .,''%'/\ opening night, the comedy progressed Andrew Spriggins i Henry Storey; FREE CONFERENCE I cluded in the Scandals.A I'I former associate of James J. Hill, Mr. Hill "are so wonderful that they

t> '. J with fine smoothness and the show Mat Sprigging, Marcia Avant; Lena second- meeting, will be held next railroad magnate, who spent' a day in I are hard to, describe" .

'!"'', .' was played to a capacity house on Sprigg ins, Roberta: George; Bellndy The state board of health through I week, the exact date to be announced Clewiston as guest of Jules AI. Bury Mr.-Hill is now sponsoring a highway
'r t' both I' Spriggins, Louise the I by Mrs. Ames. It is planned to offer Florida which
I ".f nightp. Waldron; Maggie cooperation of the Clewiston; J 1 1I 'guieics' executive vice-president of from Winnipeg to

:"": u :.' v Sparkling comedy featured the dla-1 Pepper (Flapper Grandmother), Jewel 'V man's. club and the Clewiston Parent -,I I the musical review late this:: month ,: the Southern ,Sugar Company.I he said will be complete In three
./ "", louges and the ladies of the ensem- ,,! Lowe;, Dry Joy, Wallace Allen; -Teacliei- association will conducta or earl yin March.. I I I Hill following a ,trip through years and will be known as "The
r/ '. .. ble ranged in age from six to sixteen. I I Dick Tate, Merrel Lowe; Jimmy free conference at the school next Those present Monday night included the miles of sugar cane fields and Great South Way". The route will, be

i .- was particularly good and one of his I,Van Bush; Count Seekum Rich. \The hours 1 Toledo Evanston, Muscle
... Wilbur will be from one, 'to four Alston, Miss Marian Leydlg, Mrs. at Clewiston compared this section of St. Louis, ,
\i' ". .' best lines was when his wife and Dyess; Rastus Jones, Charles o'clock and parents of babies and I ,Fred Moltz Mrs. Jesse Allhands, Mrs Shoals, Birmingham: and enter the

!i.! .1/;', r .*, daughter to get him out of "his store Surls;. Lilly White, Hal&on Avant. children six years old or younger are Dick C. Miller, Miss B. Kettl Jim agricultural I!, state at. Tallahassee.

I .. 'v Insisted. that he was seriously ill. Flapper Debutantes, Frances Tip Invited to attend with their children. Beardsley, B. M. Beach ,Glenn B. ;,I White Nile, the, Ganges, the Tigris After. spending tho day here Mr.

:', '.When; a knoc kwas heard at, the door py. Elsie Hare, Vesta Alien Evelyn I I Suitable;literature will be dlstrl >utI Heard, Charles E. Miner and Marshall and Euphrates and Red River Valley Hill returned with Mr. B'urgleresr

oj Henry:,r::in' a pessimistic voice'cackled I'. (Please turn to page 4) ,,. 'J I I ed. : ..' ,, :.. Yenowino. i .' ". I I in Minnesota. West Palm Beach. ','.,,: "'--4. '
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The Clewiston News .. 666 DR. V. B. SMITHChiropractor .
I Successor to. The Clewiston Progress They sat by the window on a mJd.wintcr.nttht '

I second-claes matter February 8, 1928, at the post office at Though the air was as balmy as Jun is a Prescription for /
as BELLE GLADE FLA.Headaches.
Clewiston Fla. under the Act of March 3, 1879. Beholding a picture all tjowelled with light : '
.> I BILIOUS FEV R and MALARIA.It XfaoLai* li*'A.
Publisher Before somebody turned 'on the moon. "* ,. is the most speedy remedy known. Ys *,

LOUIS A. MORGAN ,.,.;. : ,1 ''1r K. ach, liver ,and bowel'I" I

I TOM\ SMITH ............r.'............,..............,............................,........ 'Editor A gorgeous castle, our own mammoth mill '1' ..! troubles. Acute and-
Where th of dynamos .' t
sing, :
-. ,princes. ,- .,r I :. ,",: ..f,
Subscription Rates night while, still .. Chronic. '
Humming'all\ othersvare ..
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mail outside of Florida) 13y mall in Florida Where Florida; sugar Is King. ,. :'\l'' "'.a \-' "' : .' f. : Hopkins Building, : .
By '
One year $2.50 One year $2.90 '. i .- .I p \ ..' -i: ,,.' ,., .' \ : CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ', 'S: Day and Evening I

.. 'Six months ... ':' 1.50 -Six.months ., 1.00.75 They both seemed content. in its -beauty aloao r,,: 'L&',.\.. '. .... r:.., ----- -- 'HoursCLEWISTON

Three months 1.25 Three months Yet Morning. brought. r facts. more 'secure. "' ,1,1t If .
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The light'of? industry mor brighter shone '

1. Definite control of Lake Okefcchobee with water transportation. Bright progress that is bound to endure. \ '.' I CAFE -

\ Early completion 'of the higrways for focal transportation. and concentration Alta Montgomery -- .

of products.' I
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and THE. ONLY PLACE OF 'ITS KIND. IN GREATER
I mould rolls, which are covered "Willi
markets. CLEWISTON *
other products' this region to the'northern CELOTEX GROWTH !
association for both, copper; wire screen. Here the wateris ,
4.buying. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing I I '
\ 0 drained out and a felt built up to 1 M.
and selllng purposes. REFLECTED IN
a thickness of. approximately one I inch. This felt then passes through We serve only the best the marketaf f ords

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, -1930 ,. GROWING DEMANDPlant !:. a number of heavy press rolls, which REGULAR DINNERS-SHORT ORDERS
.. squeeze out as much of the water as
-'. .' THE HARVESTER I(l practicable "
:'1. and reduce the felt to its OYSTERS A SPECIALTY .
Production Is Now approximate ultimate thickness.The .. .

A'new ,era' dawned in the sugar industry last Friday: when; C. G. Muench, 1,600,000 Square, machine- operation is continuous, the I : Home Made Pies .;': : v
turning out a board 12 1.2 ''
publicly demonstrated his sugar cane harvesting machine on the, Clewiston Feet Per Day.BY feet wide at tho r "
\ rate of 15 to 20 feet Enjoy your Sunday Chicken Dinner At : .

Southern Sugar company. per minute. After leaving the ,'
plantations of the press
The Clewiston Cafe--:-The' Home of Good Coffee '
C. F. DAHLBERG rolls, tho board Is carried
that it will mean to the'sugi1r o na The value of this machine is inestimable but '
Since the completion of the initial through a drying oven, 1,00
industry' ; what the reaper is to the grain industry was evident to those who plant' of The Celotex Company in feet long, ,the speed and temperature i

have, seen the machine in operation'. here during the past week.( 1921, there has been an almost con- being so correlated that the board is t
tinuous program of extension and im- thoroughly dried whn delivered at

,Moving at a rate of 60 feet a minute the big machine not only 'cuts but provement in manufacturing facilities the outlet of tho oven. I

tops and strips the cane blowing the leaves and tops to one' side and de The plant has grown from a one-ma-1|I As the board leaves the .oven it is HERALD AND UNITED TRUCK tiNES .

chine with of 40- run over
a .a
cutting machine
., which .
positing; the can at the rear. .
; : 000 square feet pr day to a seven. .machine trims off the edges and splits it into t

Another interesting. fact is Mr. Muench's statement that crooked or windblown factory with a production of the desired widths, usually r
1 cutting it Overnight servIce from
cane presents no serious problem for the harvester and that only 1,600,000 square feet per day. into three boards four feet wide. It'

This growth has been made necessary then runs over .another ..
some; small_ adjustments are necessary .to handle this type of cane. cutting machine '
Tampa Miami and West Palm
.' 1 by the Increasing world-wide demand where an automatic rig cuts ,it Beach+ '..
Perhaps the most reassuring note in the Inventor's statement is that despite for the various. forms of Celo approximately to the desired lengths.

the fact that the. machine .to the layman appears to function successfully I I tex insulation that have been devel It requires some retrimming to get To Clewiston. l.,

loped since the company completed exact lengths and It is then
; Mr.. Muench regards his achievement more in the light of the first ( ready for
its initial experimental work in the shipment or storage.
I finished
automobile.. Refinement will come he believes and the fact that he has this manufacture of a semi-rigid cane fiber I product can be loaded in the AJQ la EXPRESS SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATES \.

viewpoint is interpreted to mean that he will continue to work on his ma'i board, eight years ago. New uses lese than six hours after the raw ma: !

have been found for the various Celo terial is startdd through the process. ,..I.!..
chine to prefect these refinements. .
,- tex products almost constantly since '

But, these are details which will follow. The fact of major importance to its invention. Just recently a reporton BAKERS SERVICE STATION' ,

the sugar industry is that a harvester has been built which harvests. !Celotex distribution: revealed that W. E. KEEN Local ,Representative .
two new fields' in the company's business -
More ,machines are to be build immediately. At capacity harvesting of 200
the airplane and radio industries Certified Public- Accountant HERALD LINES I, UNITED LINES

tons per day, 20 machines would be needed to supply the 4,000 tons a day now require five per cent of the 615-19 Platt St. ,:,..r. ...{ .; ?"'..:':...,... ;.., 391 N. W. 24th Street
217-218 .
Clewiston mill. And for the future consider, the sight,of more than 200 such total production. Harvey Bldg. Phone 2-OC22 TAMPA:. FLA. .:.: : ..' ', '... / ." MIAMI, FLA.

I Celotex':is manufactured in the cornpany's PHONE 21011
machines.. gathering in the season's cane crop for three 10,000 to sugar millsin West Palm Beach: Florida ,
plant which is located on a

the northern .Everglades v. : I 150 acre tract of land on the west
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Jf4 ... t.'r yq, .'....\-} '. sectibn of New Orlans. Here 725 people J.. v 1
Edwin A. Menninger in hisSouth Florida .Developer published at Stuart,
1 are engaged in the various branch : .

In a recent editorial says some very; pertinent things to congressmen in eSt that handle the production and I .' ,: ,. .::< .. ,':,. ,:..::, .../c.. .... c.:.:,,: ;, ...1. .. ... .:..:r'J: .. ., :,.. ;;...i ..'...:,(.. .;..: ,1"df..l.., ., :.,' 4. _

what he terms "An Open Letter to Our Congressmen." shipment of vast amounts'of Celotex.

every day.Briefly I .
follows .V/.J
His letter : ,
'\ .. ".. : the process of manufacturing S'k ''I

Celotex from bagasse, the. fiber .',1'
Dear Senators and Representatives: i .
: of sugar cane, consists of the follow- ,

Congress has given the ,Florida vegetable. growers a pretty fair shake in ing steps :
the new .tariff bill, and we want to thank you: for the part l. you have played Preparing the raw ,material! by -r r,;I
1 /* shredding, cooking, washing and ;tc .. : ; { )1ii :; :: i

(n getting additional protection one of the leading industries of the South grinding the bagasse until it forms -a : ; : fJ< 1j\ it'.,. ,,:,'.. i:: ;. ;. ; 'r (:'j }..;;'.. ;, .:, t;l : ". f i .

part of the State. ,.., ;. .... :\ pulp made up of fibers quite
finely ..' .. .. ,. .
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divided and in lengths up to three- I

There is one item in that tariff bill, however, that is not getting the favorable -s I'' quarters of an ,inch. All of these operations / "r, .' >;;ti\:.' f

reaction in Congress that we,,would like to. -see, and that is SUGAR.' except shredding' are done .
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I in water. ..
This newspaper owns no stock r in any sugar concern, and therefore has no I :till ';
The bagasse pulp. i is then fed onto I :::8,. d
axe to grind. And if, this tariff bill had been framed two years ago instead I
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of now, you would never have received this letter: '' : '
i 'BE INSURANCE : :\ ,1 : !. .

HOWEVER, in those two .)years a new industry has come to life in South r T. : ; : .: '; ',; .. :.., : '
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Florida that promises to be THE BIGGEST THING this State has EVER at-I'I MINDED !1 ( .
tempted. Under. the ]leadership. of a little man with big ideas-one i,Bror I '

Dahlberg' ,Chicago-nearly 100,000 acres of sugar-,cane are NOW in cultivation ACCIDENT &. HEALTH H.

the Everglades and thousands of, acres more ,are to come. That's a ;
I ,, AUTO American

big operation isn't it? '. v, FIRE & STORM AT HOME.OVER ONE OF OUR I i'i'II

I| American New Jersey.
It is of the utmost importance that these domestic sugar, producers get a .,, '
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;reasonable. protective tariff in keeping with 'the* \ extra protectionthat assoyaoa:S. W.uJew! POWELL gild .ssew ", 4 j ",;; : ';:',\ 'h; ",'';;:;: :rr .> ., ..::' j ; :i: :' :': 1;', .

,Congress has agricultural I. III .
afforded other' products in Florida and other u\' "... .'., .'/ i"Jil
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States.' Insurance Agent City Hall BidS: :'. ,":: v.. .: :. ;'. 14 ;";

I Pahokee. Fla.HEM. I, .'_. ReA RADIO .. : .. .. I
Mr. Dahlberg's. development around I Lake Okeechohee is the LARGEST ; i

single'cane. sugar development in 'the United States-and. it Is in its infancy., !i N.GERll -.r: liiC ':';: :. ":<: *'Of'fU&, -:<. : :1 ,MASK ;:

The mill at Clewiston, NOW ACTUALLY GRINDING SUGAR, is, the, largest I 1 ,

cane mill'in ) I ";:! >: ABOUT OUR PAYMENT \ .'. .
sugar the United States., .: PLANS. : :.lt. ;t .
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{ South. Florida can produce I TWO: MILLION TONS of cane .sugar annually 0 I I ," :"L\ :!1

and the accompanying by-products will give ) f
an annual revenue to South
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Florida farmers of approximately TWO HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS. '. [ :I

That's a lot of money, ,isn't it? I' I :
All of Florida's agricultural products are entitled to the same measure of I

relative products..protection SUGAR is that one the of manufacturing Florida's agricultural States''of products the North which enjoy, if on given their a LAUNDRY CO. -. -'';-{. ; :]:tt}: ; :, 1 i.":'":; :>* ';-;'\, '. r ';..' < : ; 1; !

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reasonable chance, v.-Ill,become a very important one. Our careful washing, and special ; "i' ,, ." : \ .
Ironing methods will give your shirts : :
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The.. FUTURE of sugar in Florida depends a lot on:what you Congressmencan and collars that comfortable, 'llve- t. J '.f j I
db for us in the matter of longer" look that. you like so well. \ "
a protective tariff. Look at from : .
our angle and ,: ,: '
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Call I 336. :. > C. : : ; ,
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-support it with /
your The people of South Florida feel that Mr. _. .
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Dahlberg's 'leadership is the hope "f:.:-\.. ri ,
of the
Everglades the: greatest agricultural -, \ .. .". "{, I Ii.
CLEWISTON i., .' .. \ ,,
development I ever undertaken. in.the State-and they want you to sup L "'- I' :r_ r_

Port his industry.. LAUNDRY; inc .

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I r M: M. Frost, of this city, Chairman is; preparing 'a "Handbook" covering I paign" and the necessary publicity of /
'STATE HAVEl A party of one hundred twenty-five
VAGABOND KING of the Junior state committee on ;Buy the combined program of "Know j the local activity The program also l of; the outstanding farmers of Pennsylvania -

at Home, and the cooperative cam.paign Florida Better Week" ,and "Buy at includes in connection with the "Buy
I will make an extensive tour
GETSPREMEIRE KNOW FLORIDA will be parried out during the Home Campaign" for distribution to at Home" feature, a display of all locally
of Florida.in
February it was
week of February 23 to March 1. the local Chambers of Commerce manufactured'products as wed
recently by Frank Willis, DI-
WEEK' FEB' 23 The two undertakings are so closely throughout the 'state. This handbook as retail store displays, for the pur.
PALM BEACH vision Passenger Agent_ of the Sea-
..0 : IN related, said the State Chamber contains,.a full outline in detail for a pose of having local people become .1 board Airline Railway which will
executive, that the programs lend constructive and interesting week's better acquainted with what is produced -
I I handle the tourist party.,, The Pennsylvania -
", ,., At Home and Know themselves to coordinated effort in program covering the two subjects. at home. The plan of the State i
Buy "
farmers will remain in Florida
,New Picture To Have such a manner ;as to make them ofa The book Is prepared in six parts, Chamber has been pronounced, com>I
Will for about ten
Florida Week days and will covera
i I .. great deal moVe interest to tho pub with supplemental material, covering prehensive and its application. to be-
Para ,greater portion of the state study-
First Run In Be Combined. lic ,and to forecast a much greater I participation: 'in the movement: by the I worth much to the state.
,ing agricultural, methods.
" \ mount Theatre; JACKSONVILLE Feb.' 13.-"Know 1 participation on the '''part of the communities Chamber of Commerce, civic clubs, \ .
4 Florida Better Week" sponsored annually throughout the state. To schools and radio stations of the State Veterinarian' J. V. Knapp con ..

I by the Florida State Chamber. "Buy at Home," applied In its broad state and the press through the medium siders the rolling' and sond hill see- The Hobe Sounl Quarry Company I

.- ."The Vagabond King," one of the : of Commerce, and the state-wide ,. sense, the people of the state, as wellas of its usual custom in publication tioss of ''Florida admirably suited for locatel near Stuart In Martin, County

most colorful and popular operattasever "Buy: at. Home Campaign" of tho Flor those hero temporaily, must of Florida Facts and the local sheep raising. One great advantage,\ is fast building up a good market in .

to be presented'on the NewYork Ida Junior Chamber of Commerce, "Know Florida" and its commercial programs. according ti ,Mr. Knapp, is that sheepin Florida,' for its products.. Tho stone in

stage will share Its. world premiere have been combined according to a and industrial activities as well as The general plan calls for a local Florida have always been free the Hobe Sound Quarry is soft when

, OK the silver screen between the Paramount statement issued by Ralph G. Grass- feel an obligation of civic pride in the committee from the Chamber of ,Commerce from sheep scab. An estimate reveals i f it is first cut, but is hardened by action ,

" Theatre in Palm Beach and tho field 'General Manager of the State home community. to handle the "Know Florida that there are approximately 90,000 of, the sun and wind, and is' admirably -

Criterion Theatre in New, York City.It Chamber, following a conference with I The State Chamber of Commerce Better Week," "Buy at Home Cam sheep in ''northern, Florida alone. I adapted. for building purposes
theatres on
wiU be shown at both ,
the same evening, February 19, for -- -

the first time:
Those 'who saw the "Vagabond
King"- on the New York Stage several,

superb years ago acting were of forced Dennis to King admire, youthful the- ..,, ; ",<+!-;,;:*. d/{.;v'.1/-: : :''. ,:.>, :' '' ,:, ( :" ,: ::' : ': ':" : :" :: :: ,:." J

'English actor who" played the partof .

that king of all vagabonds Fran

cois Villon, the ,celebratod hero of all

I France, at the time of L01 isXI. 'How METHODS' "

In the screen production of "The ORD
Dennis King again
Vagabond King, ,
'appears in the leading role having' '

. t all the attributes necessary to maker .. ), : I ".

. \ ham:a perfect recording'actor' voice for the, marvelous talkies, a :. ': : t ;:t. .. : : i1 \


perfect talent as a singer and the dashing .J ;:: UTe : 0 S T": : $} : .

manner which sets off the, part ef the I e :
Vagabond JOng.According \ :: ;T, .. '
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",<- to the advance reports) I I : : : ,- ... : ", > : :,7: t.
p. :< > l
.' of the P.u lb: officials, this presenta-I :. .,:< .

HOH will remain, for a long time to < ,, .
,' favorite of all who see it. : T' < .
; come, the .ri. : i ]
No pains have }been :spared to make : : \ ISTRIBU I : ,
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i it the most perfect of ail talking ; t I

\': moving The very pictures theme shown of to the date.play is J[ ;: \ I. /:: t. ;
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bound to stir the pulse of every lover I < ; 1' : )
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'. of romance and those interested in I ,. :. ,Z.,: : : ;. : <: :: ;; ; ,. .

the picturesque settings of the period i" : ..... : : ; : ,
when royalty ruled and there were_ \ .
' only two classes the favored and the .

," poverty stricken. Francois Villon was -:' Low@.r .lPIfD@fits in selli"g'save Y6', tilt leillst "

the champion of the latter. :
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The music, composed by Rudolph I .f
.,i 'Frlml for the original operetta, will I : :,

If. be retained for the screen presentation i .' >> >' Q J\l. to. ttf'6lt (]1. er! i7L additioi& to 1fw /ilJf1e' iaiiy' .:., .)\ ,. "
N. ,
as it is believed that nowhere : ." .
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';.,, could be found more striking songs I ". .,: :. :: .' ; \: <
;;" than"Only A Rose"' and "Song of .

.. & .. the Vagabonds." These selections iii ":;:
savi"gs "uftICtllll.ilflg
,> k '
haY..already- brtn .perpetuated Into / ; ( ; >; ,.. I ; > :: : : : :
the 'hearts''of song-loving America. : : > ; .,, .
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"The Vagabond King" include the '. t: .
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first time in the history of motion > 7 > >" ,
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J pictures that mob scenes involving .,.... ': ;3. ,. ,, ; } "....,",, ... .. ,, ... r ,.
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:! thousands of extras will be shown in :; :''"- ''\;\ '.' : ..- :" : > : 1. -:.'' "\'' "' ',' '.- ", .i ,' ,,. ,
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color. This scene occurs when the : .
,.' men,of the taverns under the leader- years ago the Ford'Motor Company been fair to both the -dealer and the public. 'Within the

ship of' Francois Villon defend the TWENTY-SEVEN '
'. .. provide reliable economical trans- past three months, it has been possible to effect still I -
': gates of Paris against, the marauding ,
'::', army of ,the Duke' of Burgundy. So portation for all the people. That original purpose further c.co\ itomics. Today, the discount or commission ,
:; '.: the phrase, "the colorful throng" becomes
";,,I', an actuality In "The Vagabond- has never changed. The constant effort in activity of the Ford dealer is'the lowest of any automobile ,

'If King. -i 1-liu.\ is to find ways to give you greater and greater value dealer The difference, ranging from 25% to nearly

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The all-color 'The
photography of without lowered This 50 comes off, the for the -.
extra cost-frequently at cost. %, right price you pay ca1THE
,,' Vagabond King"
_. announced by the .r
Technicolor company to be the most applies to distribution and similar important factors, \

; perfect to date' because of a secret as well as manufacture o' business of the Ford dealer is good because he .
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:.; blending of dyestuffs'used in f-
', S. the materials for the costumes preparing For the Ford Motor Company believes that its full makes a small profit on a large number of sales instead

Hence the blurring noticeable In pre.'vions duty is not only io make '-a good automobile at the of a large profit on fewer sales. He knows; too, that' .-. "
: all-color talking pictures will be '.
a'. absent, It,.is claimed.Alston lowest possible price, but to see that there is 110 waste, the extra dollar-for-dollar value of. the car makesit I

.j easier to sell and more certain.to give satisfactory
extravagance, or undue profit in any transaction from
1- the: time the car leaves the factory until it is deliveredto service, after purchase. y\ _
Consider also that the Ford car is delivered to the
your home It is obvious that liard-won savings in
,X; Winner Of Local
i \ production will be of little value if they are sacrificed purchaser equipped with a Triplex shatter-proof glass ,, '

i J' Golf_ Tournament_ I later through excessive selling costs .. windshield, an extra steel-spoke wheel, and bright,

Dave Alston, local druggist was ; enduring Rustless Steel for many exterior metal \

: named golf champion of Clewiston fol EVERY purchaser of a motor car has the right to know parts, in addition to four Houdaille double-acting I
lowing the finals in the Blate Broth- / \

), I '.. .-. era golf tournament when Alston defeated 'I' how much of the money he pays is for the. car, itself hydraulic shock absorbers -land fully enclosed four-

1. r i'' Dr. J., W. Ezelle, local dentist and how much is taken 'up by dealer charges. If these :wheel brakes. '
with a score of 67 to 87. Alston as I S

\: ; champion was presented with a gold charges arc too high, one of two things must happen. If for any reason you wish .to buy certain small ,

i 'ers.bag and set ,of clubs by Blate Broth J Either the price of, the car must be raised or the' accessories:: you will find that these, too, are sold, at

The tournament wnlch was played I' quality lowered. There is no other way. The money I the usual Ford low prices. Replacement parts are also \

over the Civic Center Park course I must come from somewhere. : lasted several weeks and semi-finals
_r,'..:'4 y were played last week whenn Dave In the case of the Ford, the low charges,for distri- section of the country. .' ,

'; Alston defeated Boncile Stone and bution, selling', financing lad accessories mean a direct

Dr. Ezelle defeated- Leland Crews. .
/:.. .. There was no handicaps in the final saving of at least $50 to $75 to every purchaser in THESE are important points to, remember in considering

.; -as both- Ezelle 'and Alston had scoresof I addition to the, still greater savings made possible by the purchase of a motor car.', They show why it I

., Plans following for another the sem community-wide-fiuals. I economies in manufacturing. Ford charges are not >is< possible to put so much extra quality into the new
t tournament are being planned 'by the and still maintain the low price. They are '
': i ;; .4 _marked up or increased to cover a high trade-in Ford
, .- Blates, It announced
- was yesterday '
\ : I r allowance also the why more than 35% of_ all cars
' used reasons
), \ /.o-. .all c( details will be announced later. /,. on a car. .. ,

r .'. ,- The profit margin on the Ford car has, always sold today are Model, Fords.FORD 1t I II
v.. ;,j. During 1929a total 366.661 barrels : '
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-: ,to Ports in South America, :,',f' '
Cuba, England, Germany, Holland ." MOTOR .
r! .f''t, 'r' Scotland and other countries, while \ .. ;
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in 1928 the total was 295,000 barrels. \ \

Turpentine' shipments amounted to \ .
{:.' 4,690,000gallons as compared to ,3V ,- r -' <
,000,000( ) ( gallons, In 1928, an increase 1
of: more than 1,000,000 gallons.1 I ** .. \
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I I The Way Have You Heard ? 706 In 1928 to'205,194 in, ''1929. Tho went .banker, ; Dr. A. I. Bouffluer, ,' the new Wo&sments.on property: .Whirl LA BELEE COUPLE MARRIEDBill 1

By, ,.: funded debt of the company was decreased Seattle, Wash., G, Harry Bentf, Pasadena week. I Stallings,:27, and'AMiss Inez Du-
by $595,000.00 during the .I Mortgage and Loans; Harry --
,, I pree were married Friday night at
"J. R. Parker, was' a business visitor. The program is' being arranged by ,year. Jones of Pasadena, and Robert Urbanof Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christie, motored the home of the bride's stepfather,

in Clewiston Tuesday: : Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, president, and The balance sheet as of October 31, the Southern Sugar' company Loa' to Fort. Myers Tuesday. Mr. John Frazier, by Justice of the ,
1929 shows current assets of $4,263034.00 ,- Angeles. I -. I
-- Mrs. N C. Storey.: Peache, Dad Howard. Those present
ot''. as against $3,8997,074.00 for I I I II Equipment for the new Hendry were Mr. and Mrs. George Pool, Mr. .A:) '

Fletcher Cochran of the firm J A benefit card party for the Clew- previous year and current liabilities. County jail in the courthouse arrived and Mrs. Blitz Weggman, Mrs. Don-

Robert T. Cochran of, New York City iston Girl Scout troop will be held at ot $2,621,566.0 against $1.504.252.00. I I Iodine Research !i this week and is being installed. ald Delaney.:

was a recent business visitor- in Clew I i the Clewiston Inn next Wednesday Earned surplus was $1,192,692.00 as Is Launched By -

afternoon at 2:30 o'clock it was an- against $702,373.00. r i Mrs. R. N. Miller\ made several A chiavirl was held Tuesday night
iston. I I StateGAINESVILLE Chemists !
nounced by Mrs. 11. Y. Patterson. An .I ; flights in the airplane here Sunday., i iI I for Mr. and. Mrs. Lee Williams who

Howard Sharp, editor ot the Everigades : 'admission 1 I of 25 cents will be chargedand FIVE STUDENTS Investigations / I I were married a ,few weeks.ago.PHONE .
was a visitor at the all are welcome. It was also announced ENROLLED FOR WORK Russel Myers, 30 years old, of La'
News to determine the iodine content or'
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mill. I I that Hatch's stores in West i Belle was wounded in his right leg
sugar Florida vegetables started
Clewiston have been I II
Palm Beach and Palm Beach will,donate (Continued from page 1" below the knee in a liquor raid made
K.I by the Florida
t I Agricultural Experi
;; and I Deputy Sheriff Hayes Friday
to the girl scout movement a ,
SaJ Melancon.
ment Station.
Frailer, W. H. Conner, who attended
concluded with a 3,000 foot night. It is
Palm day were reported that the Deputy
West percentage of all sales made next
motored to I' tha University of South
Caroline ,
Hartfield evening. parachute jump by Shorty Wiley from sheriff surprisd :Myers: : while operating
dinner Saturday I has been secured to conduct the
Beach for 'the Challenger pIano piloted by Frank a still and when he ran the Deputy I,
I J work, under the direction of Dr. R. shot him. .
Clewiston who -Evelyn Kelly and Bee Marshall ac- Snyder. I W.
from Ruprecht, Station chemist.
those cleared the plane,
Among As the jumper I .
in Belle Glade companied by E. E. Kelly spent Sat. I Funds for the investigation being \
attended the dance into and completed are Mr. Hosford:
Deuse, Mr iirday evening in West Palm Beach. Snyder went a loop of the State Tag Agency -
were Mr. and Mrs. Lyman seven successive loops before land furnished by the Florida Iodine is in La Belle this week inspect- ,
and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn and Dr. J. W. guiding his chute I Research Commission, of which C. E. ing the local F
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Pocheat ing. Wiley fought 'Street agency. I
is president.
Ezelle.:: dinner at the Clewiston Inn Thursday against a strong wind and. landed I
Evening were Mrs. A. F. DahlbergMrs. safely less than a quarter of a mile I Already samples of vegetables have A, meeting of La Belle ladies was .

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cla'ry of Lo- : Cleo A. Houze and C. S. Ramsep. I from the airport. been obtained from Manatee, Sarasota held Monday' to organize a civic club. 339 ,

gansport, Ind., are guests of Mr.. and I AccordinIto 1.. O. Deuse several Orange and Indian River Counties.It Several ladles from Fort Myers at-

Mrs. Albert A. Backus. more applicants are expected to en- Is hoped that samples for analysescan cended.E. ., "
Mr. and :Mrs. George Koatmeyer I be obtained from In (&?
i left Tuesday for New Orleans where : roll for student flight work within the I every county
Mrs. John Cbenet has accepted of a I they will spend several weeks. I next few days and with his 'opera- the state during. the course of the Investigation. G. Hauselt, State Audtior is'in .',- FOR .
stenographic position'in the tions extended to the neighboring La Belle auditing the Connty records

the Southern Sugar company. S. A. Areson, associated with the communities of Belle Glade and Pa.I .- this week. I
I hokee It is believed probable that II
Southern Sugar company for the past ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. White left for six months, left Tuesday for Tampa\,some two dozen students in the north La Belle News ,Mrs. Dulaney entertained several THE'CLEWISTON ;

Columbus, Ga., Sunday after spending where he will make his home. ern Everglades will be taking instruc- Fort Myers Ladles to Luncheon Mon I,

,. several weeks with their son and I tion within the next few weeks. | day. J-
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. .
daughter in law Malcom Knapp, Ward Patten and J i r q) t
I White. A. Plunkett motored to West Palm i I\SCHOOL PUPILS I By George Loveland Pettee { Mr. William' Creed and party: of -

Mr. White is enthusiastic over the Beach Saturday evening.A. SCORE DIG" HIT Youngstown, Ohio and West Palm f
I At the organization I '' '.1
section and car- meeting of the i '
possibilities in this I I Beach visited Commissioner. Mrs

: ried with him consderable Iteratureto L. Webre who has spent the past (Continued from Page 1) La Belle Community Club the follow- Stewart. ,. NEWS"-.. ;,'
the truth abouth the Ever- ing were 'elected officers: President,
spread few months at the Clewiston sugar -

., glades in Georgia. 'rill left Tuesday for Havana. Hare, Betty Spicer, Margie Harvel, Mrs. B. L. Dulaney; Vice-President, A. Ouenate of Youngstown! Ohio, is
\ Mrs. John F., Webber ,
I Mae Lily Stone, Jane Marfield and ; Secretary, Mrs La Belle this week on business .
'Albert Carl E. Royer; Corresponding Secre-
Mrs. Claude Downs and H. H. Hart was a business, visitor May Busch. .- t
i l" Backus were named winners of the in Clewieton Monday.J. I I Maggie Chorus, Dorothy Hare, tary, Mrs. H. L. Delaney; Treasurer, ', The Hendry County school board .t t.t

: city wide bridge tournament which Christine Russ, Elva Alston, Bernice Mrs. Grover A. Hill. Among the im- met i ntheir regular monthly session .tl

terminated at the Watanable hotel L. Magahee spent Saturday 9ven. O'Neal, Grace Brooks, Mary Belle portant problems decided at the meeting Wednesday. l

k Wednesday. night. Mrs., ,Downs was ing in West Palm Beach. < I Warren, Martha Nell Alston, and Ar- was for the annual dues to amount
winner of the north and south position dine Jeffries. to a dollar a year. It, is also plannedin Frank and Joe Daugherty are work

!r and Albert Backus winner of. the Mr. and Mrs. John Chenet motoredto Raggedy Andys, Alice Deam, Ber- the near future to decorate La ing In Fort, Myers on the fill for the

east and we position.. Each receiveda West Palm Beach Saturday even- nice Guthrie Louise Whitcomb, Ro Belle streets with Royal Palm trees. new Edison Bridge. I J
fifty I
a silver cup. The tournament was con ing. berta Spicer, Mar yAnn Dubois, Annie were present,
ducted by Leonard S. Ames. Finch, Lorean Scott, V. the following Fort Myers ladies at- :: < ::: -= :-=-:::: = =:: : :: = : .
Willie tending : :: :: :- = ::: :.=:: : = = : : :===::=. :.='::;.=;;: !
t f -.' Mrs. J. F. Tippey accompanied by Hooker : Mrs. Franklin Miles, Mrs.C. .
B. Chadwick., "
r The thirty-third anniversary of the her daughter, Frances, Mrs. Robert Rag Dolls, Elizabeth Winn, Mae *. \t 1'. FOR RENT

jot founding of the Parent-Teacher association Hare and daughter, Elsie and Miss Brooks, Julia Ann Oglesby, Julia Dess )'- -

will be observed by membersof Dorothy Deam spent Wednesday in Helen Surls, June Hooker, :Carolyn The City Council of La Belle met 2 ACRES: 2 MILES FROM CLEWISTONOn

the Clewiston P. T..A. in the school I Fort Myers attending the Lee County Jane Hudson and Dick Patterson:' in regular session Tuesday. Approximately

auditorium next Friday afternoon. Fair. all that was done was the Cross State Highway

r. COMMITTEES ARENAMED paying of several bills for work done IDEAL SPOT FOR POULTRY FARM i

Taxpayers Seeking CELOTEX SHOWS BY DUFFContinued on the city streets. It was stated that
they had
HEAVY INCREASE paid a thousand dollars to .
Of Low.
GuaranteeTaxes ( from Page 1))' Homer Hand
I for work done x
In Future (Continued from page 1)) "f""* '." _'"*'*'t I they owed ,him eight hundred'' more' T REES X
chairman, of the special, committee on and there Highest Spot Lake
S ---- ...- was a question whether the Along
b.laws.arid. assisting him were work
would be able
month of the year. to continue or : Address 'I
JACKSONVILLE Feb. 11. (Special named James E. Beardsley, Wilber not. '.

).-At the Florida Land-Taxation During the year, the company acquired D. Cole, Dick C. Miller and Carl l : :..,. .
a paper mill at New Iberia, Ber-I ::
Conference. held here :yesterday)' owners ner. I I Tax Assessor ., MCCULLY < 4
;II' I Louisiana, where It is the intentionof Hurd L. Reeves and
of nearly Ten MilVon: acres in sixtysix Miss
1 Deputy Edith
the compan yto use bagasse for Howards are go-
Counties of Florida were repre- ELEVEN CALIFORNIANS ing 'round Clewiston
the making of paper and allied,, prod Hendry County making
sented. i I AARIVE IN TOWN r t "
It ucts. This is .8. new product for the =:::: :- = =:= :- : =::: = : :: =: = : : : : = :
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W. F. Coachman in calling the company which should have great
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meeting" order .said "It is positive potentialities. '
that in the entire land-taxation history I Th'e expansion of' the company --
Espey, Pasadena manufacturers;
of Florida, 'no meeting of greater brought about an increase of the "
Richard D. Davis, Pasadena Realtor; Fears
number of common shares from 170- f
significance than this has ever '
Clayton Luckey, Los Angeles invest- Grocery
been assembled. Only a grave emergency ;

could possibly have brought :

you men and women from every I ,

county in Florida, representing in .. I

your onw persons or by authority '

about one-third' of the entire land area airThe SPECIALS, SATURDAY FEB. 15

of 1 i the State. I ,

TIe matter before the meeting was I ,
to discuss resolutions passed in. Panama Service counts when spending your money" for groceries. You need not

City,. January 7th,. as to the refusal ,spend hours shopping over the. city trying ..to select your groceries to save

to of tax payers in Western Florida money. Our prices are as low as you can. expect: to purchase first class]
pay taxes "until they are assuredby In
groceries Clewiston.
the taxing authorities that. in fu
ture )years relief will be given from buyers! Your chance to do some / r
this unbearable tax shrewd buying. These three United Place orders with
burden. your salesmen
our when
States Tires break all records for IJ Nt ... they call each morning and

It was stated that,such a refusal bya Yahic. They are built by the world's 0 spend the difference in your home. We guarantee our service and mer-

group of taxpayers is without paral- largest producer of rubber. You can't We back this as the finest tire inlet chandise.

lel in the history of Florida, and, carried better tires anywhere and you the world. Guaranteed for life!

through as stated, will cause every can't match these low prices. Get .

legislator or other public official yours today! 30 :x5.25: 5 pounds "_.........."..."...........,,..... iJ
$11.95.R.h..I .. SUGAR ? 27C CORN 3 pkgs. ..,.................
rin the State of Florida to think and U. S. loyal FLAKES 25' ..

act, before the support of government atOther ql Jar, Heinz ....
disappears. ... i esequ.IlYI.W1J.I.PlIMIfi APPLE BUTTER : '
23cFLOUR Self rising, guaranteed, 24 lbs ..
Letters to and from Governor Carl- < per pound ..., C '. .
ton were read into the record,, of the t. RIB \TFW ft0;

meeting. After five hours discussionwith ::. MAVrtWWAKPor relish, lara. jar ..,, 7Q C

only one dissenting vote the following NECK 2 pound ...'. ............ .
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statement was adopted: re r 4.r k 1t .
business"That it judgment would be in futile, and poor I MILK, Tall, can ...................-......".. ..:............. |QC. APPLES Cooking, pounds. '. ...................... 28'

our counties to _
die{ .

pay against State our and properties County taxes for the assessed r PORK & BEANS cant ..........:...... 25C SYRUP per gal. ..........:..'....."i.....'..... ...........'.. 69c

years 1929 and 1930 until[} some action .

is taken "by the taxing authori- COFFEE while you waft "" ...,.. 33c LARD 2 pound s .....:::.. ....,........... .,...:..........
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ties affording. relief for future years.' 1P4IO I t, 25

'to By create unanimou the Florida svote Land-Owners it was decided As \ Guaranteed for life! A lot of tire at a MACARONI8round or spaghetti, 2 pkgs. ..... 17 RICE 5 pounds .....:"..::.:_..._..:.......... _.I......_. 25c

tion.sociation, Inc., a non-profit organiza-- 29 x 4.50 )low price! '
The officers elected were Presi

dent, W.. C.: Sherman, Panama City U.S.Peerlesg atOther $6.55.. 29 x 4.40Traxion :.;t. FRESH VEGETABLES;: : AT ALL TIMES.. ,' ,
and four Vice-Presidents $5.35 I
'V. F. Coachman "

Lake Placid' '; M. L. Flelshel, sizes equally low atOther ,rf .. :. DRESSED HENS AND,FRYERS' -'. :'. <"
Jacksonville; C. H. ; ,I ,' .. .
Overman : '
Bagdad sizes .
equally low i .t
George F. Bensel, West Palm Beach;. :.', -I I'" J .. I'-.tr-" :. "I, ..

and thirteen,other directors, two from I I : : ',. .. .,. "
each Congressional District :and five ..- ',." PHONEPAGE :

from the State at Large. Phone' I 353 .
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'r' Lice. also show the following expenditures : : PUBLICITY PLAN' :I i dividual community as the policy now I' national' distribution to retain their til agencies in the 'state producing

BIG DECREASE IS out of a $640,008.32 fund arranged used by the State Chamber of Com .identity with the story.. publicity material. It 'Is felt the plan

bank loans: 1928, merce of' date' lining stories from the 'The responsibility placed the
In 1928 as upon under development will

: '- SHOWN IN ',$598,19604; 1929 $42,812.28. This I IS OUTLINED BY'STATE place, in which the ev9nt occurs will State Chamber Committee, said Chair Florida need and will receive meet the this'approval -

: STATES' brings total expenditures for 192S up be continued, thereby allowing com- man Colee, is to project an operative of all concerned when presented -

1929 I CHAMBER munities developing suitable news for' plan which will II
COSTS to $34,810,409.12 as against ; be subscribed to by to them in full [
'. S
t ::: whIch were $29,851,299.84.Other I J .
..',' I important features of the r- .

Saving Of More Than port 't'ere.as. follows: That cash on Harold Colee Spe aks 1 .. E ,

hand for Everglades flood control and .
Shown On Coordination .... r .
$1,000,000 the sum of \ '
[ I drainage work .
I i Of Effort. : .... .
.' In Report. $378,817.26. That this departmentpaid ... .
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.. '"' I on notes, bonds and maturities, : : ..: !

I (Special to the News) exclusive of interest, the sum of $36- I : \
:. ORLANDO, Fen 13.Harold V. Cd-'i\ ,:, ; START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
f' I I 837.18 more than in 1928. of -f .. '
TALLAHASSEE, Feb.The lee, of St. Augustine, Chairman ,. / !
deficit was paid by the "0 .4
: glV-j A 140,900 Florida .. '
of the "
ernment of Florida conducted a #' the Publicity Committee ; i I.t r ..'h.jc-I <.
motor vehicle department. Due to the ..
: trenchment during ,1929 State Chamber of Commerce, .and ..
program 1
policy of economy, this departmentwas r
which caused total expenditures to' I I public relations director of the, FlorIda BY GETTING DETAILED
able to send back to the counties INFORMATION ON THE
East Coast Railway, was the
compared to I
decrease $5,557,305.32.. as 1928 their
$11,150.54 more than In as
principal speaker before the Orlando_, FACT
the previous year It operated the ma THAT INTERESTBEARINGA ACCOUNTS
share in! the 25 per cent of the license
chmerr of government at a savingof I fund. and Orange County Advertising Club

.124755391. These were the two tax The game department paid a past I here at its monthly meeting held BE STARTED WITH PAYMENTS AS LOW AS

salient features of a report of a financial Monday.In I ,

survey into all branches of I due The payroll hotel debt department of $23,000.established anew I" presenting his address upon 50 CENTS f PER WEEK IN ., ." 0 '

state government and which was "Florida Publicity," Chairman Colee
I record for money placed In the I ,
compiled from figures given by Comp / !,'! stated that in his opinion Florida did"'not !
hotel advertising fund, having*contributed t
troller Ernest Amos and the heads of need new angles of approach to- ,
17.000_ in 1929 which is more ..
various departments. its publicity problems but a coopera- :-' \ : .
than placed there in'all othr years : .y: > .'" '" '> ''' ) ::'' '' ': '' ..:. 'i MAIL. COUPON NOW
<> :
The retrenchment of more than tive and coordinated application' of "
.. since the fund was stab sheli by the .' :; 'if .:
five million dollars includes the itemof the work being done by. the various :
legislature.The I I : CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASClewiston

$2,235,613.26 un.dlstrlbuted'aso. shell fish department curtalld agencies and publicity bureaus j ..1;, ., .. .. '.. N. ,.. '
line tax, of which $1,676,709.94 has througout the state ** | '. '.. .;;,.,'.,.. .:: -' . .'.'. I
construction work to degree which I. .' ..' -.' .
a i ,
':, .' ;, ; ,"I, ,1"i : ",. Fla.
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been diverted from road construction The plan for centralized publicity : < T 0 J' : '
cut expenditures In this division of' : : ;,: .. '-;: ., .
to the payments of debts .This sum for Florida being developed by the ; ; .. '> :( ; ': : Gentlemen:-1 am Interested In
the government, $39,712.35. As pointed ,i ;. \ I /*;: ,' :. :': I
represents but a six month's collection out in a previous I I: State Chamber of Commerce Publicity !- :, ,. .' .> ";. ycur easy plan for: saving. Without .

with the balance remaining after expnses In the paragraph department operating Committee, under the leadership -' I ._:. ::V J\\' fir,::' '.{<> .:: ; ::' ;'.-... obligation to me, please send me full

deducting that part which retards indebtedness I: of Mr. Colee, will advocate the handling :' information
( were reduced only $696.37. '
going to aid the schools. I of all material for distribution to : '
,. : Increased costs were noted in the Name ,

contributed Curtailment to of the bridge decreased construction expendi I state spent $9,386.50 auditor's more department than in which 1928. I', the organization national press bureau.through The high the point state 1 :,, ;( n5. LW'f'i' ; ; ;: : : : :: :::;::::;i ;: :: :::::::::::: :: ::::::::

tures. Chairman Bentley's report to of such a system, as outlined by the .. ',
Four of the auditors as allowed by ,.'; ,.
the governor shows 1928 concrete speaker, ,are that it will eliminate ; \ \
law were not appointed until Decem I ( : "
bridges at 13,003 feet while 1929 work duplication, ,furnish a continuousflow ::'"' .I .'"'.:-c ,
ber 1928, with the expnse falling on ; I
of this typ was completed to the extent of suitable material for the national
the year just passed the report explained. I' :Y S
of 3,501 feet. Wooden bridges press, produce material for: : .

constructed In 1929 was given as 195 special articles on Florida. and create THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN-
A part of the report which may I ,
feet while In a receptivenss on the thel
1928 a total of 2,789 I part of
be taken
as indicative of business '
feet was constructed. Cost of road i national press by having Florida Clewiston Phone 101 Florida
condition, so far as expansion is concerned
construction was also cut, as shown news circulated from a central bureau'
; Is that of the secretary of
by the. report, which likewise shows with proper contacts.It .
state which shows that income from
I that in 1929, a total of315.41 miles is not the purpose of such plan,
; I
: granting corporation charters decreased .
were completed as aginst 202 miles 1 according to Mr. Colee, to eliminatethe
the of $88,679.74.
for the previous year. I value of state publicity to the I in-
; In making the report public, Governor .
In the business end of the govern- '
Carlton declared that "the ,
I progress .
ment, the --7'-- ------ -- -- .
savings were made largely,' ...
of 1930 cannot be correctly sti- .
by reorganization of seven major departments -
I.. mated. It depends on the success of | -.
which showed :
a reduction .'
.. I tax collections and upon the demands 1, -
in operating costs of 11, .,. .. .,...Il-III111"---"
made of the government. The admin- 'I d 111 I1 1T'' N +s r c. v .
736.30; which was distributed $772'-1 .J' ill 11111jh IlJ 141 f ,W.', -. / _ ,-_
lows istration hopes, however, to continue 1"Jricif. "
.. : road department payroll : h, A i"m':
a retrenchment policy, to the end I 1t
$369,889.53; motor vehicle departS .. : .
Flor-1 -
I that the financial condition of -
I ) inent payroll cut $176,107.21; game ,
department, reduction of Ida_may be bettered and the burden ....;. = 1830 1930
field men i if "
of taxation decreased.
) af and wardens from an average of

/ to an average of 44,. .$128,314.46;
$ > y IS0'l
,_ tel 'department, reorganization on of FLORIDA FACTS .. .
t" :
spection system and rduced Export shipments if canned 'grape-: ,.' .......... ._ ..:- L ""' _' .. ... ., ... :- .',.',U"''1.1'"h .' '. __ ;
\ $30,889.62 overhe..1.d"'fruit continue to increase. 1,800,00 ..5 -
"I ) ; shell fish department, I ..

',-- $696.37; tax equaliper's department pousds of grapefruit were shipped to ,

$4,147.26; office' work connected England, Scotlasd, Germany, Hollandand : :Y't: ___ ""_ 'L.J. 1-', ; f
with -
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Everglades activities, $12,681.85. The other countries during the ,year -:.:: /

cost of maintaining state roads i 1929 from tre Port of Jacksonville.In I & I
was '. ', '-
'. reduced, despite the fact' that the department 1928 the total shipment of this "",-

' maintained 537.39 ,,more fruit product was ,only 319.0& pounds.: '

railed in 1929 than in 1928. "
',, _-: of road cost i A new method of shipping citrus
..> ,: ; I from $523.48 per mile to has been cut !I juice_ is being tested out at Lake

.:',. ,mile, with total mileage $289.11 per Placid, Florida. Orange juice is froz- i :
under I
maIn- i'- IQ ;
tenance in 1929 given as 3,332.97 as en solid in certain size blocks, ; ;

.";"'j-' against 2,795.58 In 1928. Another sav wrapped separately in sterilized pa-

., ing, of. $25,000 a per and shipped direct to the co su- ,
year was made by II I
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; elimination of the office of supervi mer. These blocks of orange juice are '. ",'." ':/'r.: : '.) I \ .
sor of state institutions served at soda fountains by a sudden I ..''.,'- ,--,-',. ',-" .. ..
/ and abolishment 'c' ......... ;,...;.
by the legislature thawing through an electric current.It i

U--:;: :. assistant attorneys: general of three special I is found that no chemical changeIn : ;:; 417 r' ." 1"?/ ?

>:4r>:... .:. costs"In,"the says face the of this reduction In' the aroma juice is takes preserved.place and the natural '\f' ? One Hundred Years of Service !

'- report, "ti must be .
I'.. remembered that .. .
total "
/ receipts for j :: \"
. 1929 were '$827,192.97 less than 1928. II I ::1i: .... ,' February 10, 1830, a little 'company of Today what was formerly the Petersburg '. I
)/ It it ON ,
':.' \ of to be observed that the cost r" k'f 1 i lb ..,._$: ;.' people in Petersburg, Virginia, Railroad is an essential part of a system com.

I' such maintaining as the hospital state Institutions, 'I ,".," ., c'" obtained from the General Assembly Virginia! 'PCB 5153 miles of railroad in Southeast Virginia '

and the prison, : charter for the construction of railroad from the
., has Increased I : ;',', a a Eastern Carolinas, Georgia, Florida

I per year due to approximately the fact that$255,458 tSTEARNS' Petersburg "to some convenient point on the and Southeast Alabama
the '
av "
'S : erage dally population of these insti- I North Carolina line. *J Over the heavy steel nib that long ago re '
* \ 'c
\ ?. < tutlons has increased 674 persons." \ Electric Paste When completed it reached from Petersburg 'r placed the strap-iron track of the Petersburg -
r This Increased cost .. ;\, to Blakely, Va., one and a half miles below the Railroad there
\ the'report said, moves a vast and varied traffic.
Is stiraated according Easily Kills \ J falls of the Roanoke River, a total:distance of
: the per capita !- : North South from South North
S \ expense''of mainten Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, 59 miles. "]i jp From to, to

;i. .$for by law.Comptroller. ant .as allowed Waterbugs, Etc. 1: Not much of a railroad by modern"standards! -the great trains thunder past. Luxurious:: mile-

,..; ..k : After caring it they run for a-cninute passenger trains, each costing as much
Amos' report of : But an undertaking of some magnitude for those
: water and fresh the entire of the
ceipts and air to die out- I as original cost Petersburg
expenditures for the years times; and one that,its advocates foresaw,would
1,.< 1928 and 1929 is as follows Bide. Used by housekeepers lI '" Road. Swift freight trains, laden with valuable
: cei Pta, : 1928; re for 50 years to get rid of these revolutionize industry and commerce.

$34,810,409.12$33.828,492.11; expenditures, greatest known food destroyers I They were empire builders, those pioneers of cargoes. k..

:> 299.14 ; 1929, receipts, $33,001- and disease carriers/- : the Petersburg Railroad, who had unbounded Every train essential to the commerce of the ,
'::" The, expenditures, $29,808,487.56. 3 Oz Ghro '35c- IS Oz Size $iSo I s faith in the future of the South and in the success nation. Every train a tribute to the vision of the ,
records '
(,'::"', in_ the comptroller's- of -1r.'n; Y BACK IF W FAILS t of the new enterprise. But as great as was their founders, and of the men who followed after.

PII 1 'i r r faith they could hardly have envisaged the The Atlantic Coast Line of today has been a

;' \ 1 changes that were to come. ,century'in the making. looks to the future r r
\ ANNOUNCEMENT Built as a local enterprise to increase trade, with the same confidence as did that Presidentof

I- I ) the Petersburg Railroad became in a few years a the Petersburg Railroad who wrote: "of the

Beginning February 1 the Everglades Funeral i link in the "great mail" route between North final success of'such a line, no one can doubt

:;,' Home of Pahokee will \ and South and, with more than one hundred who is the least acquainted with the immense
serve the people of
--, .r' the Clewiston and Belle Glade : I 'fl other roads, was later welded into the Atlantic intercourse of the country and with the grest

;: : sections. I Coast Line Railroad Company. value of time in conducting its business."
Charges for
service '
(.' our in the above named I .
areas will be the same as those' in effect
} now

f1':' Reverse
; charges when phoning

EVERGLADES FUNERAL HOME 'j The, Standard Railroad of the South

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". / C. Berry, Proprietor PaIJokce, Fla. Lii (mir ft &e fir&. ef a fetter f aJetrfbememtt fy f&e'Atlantic coast .Gte fy ilrtJdt/ com+semo/stbaS t7e

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wee, ; Mr. and Mrs. P. Stayers and .
Mr. 'and Mrs. L. Sievers, Milwaukee;, ._
Mrs J. M. Pulliam, Milwaukee .
': "Don't Strike 'a Match-Press a Button" '
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: : The regular annual meeting of the Clewiston Fku Phone Conn. I ,

Stockholders of the Clewiston Home

Building Association will be held at

: ;the Administration Building, Clewia-' '

: r ton, Florida, on Monday evening, I If

February 17, 1930, at 8:00oclock, for 1. I "f
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\ the purpose of electing Directors and ,
the transaction of such other 'business -'

I'I'2 'as may properly come before '
:, V V .;', the meeting. 11 :,

CANADA ,. : LOUISIANACol. I Loyd Stevens Erie: E. C. Sweeney, Clewifeton Home Building AssociationF. '' V '' I'V !

and Miss Brooke Conneautvillo L. A. Tenet and C. E. D. Duff, President.
Me. and, Mrs. Charles Jarves, Saskatchewan Mark Brooke i ; CONTRACTORS -

; Mr. and Mrs. Albert New Orleans. De/ane, Philadelphia. i
Mr, and Mrs. i MAINE t Mr. and Mrs. Charls Matthews, _
Young, Kinley., ; WANTED .
Nelson Betchel, Hespler, Ont.; Mr, J. E. Creighton, Thpmaster; Ar-,, Philadelphia: Mrs. Harriet Morlg and Man for farm work. ; Clewiston Fla.. [",

and Mrs. W. H. Crosen, Amherstburg lette S. Good, Camden; Tobia Smal- Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Shepard, Erie: F. Schubert 6 ,
Rockland :Mr. and Mrs. H. !I "
Out. |r ley, ; V.j TEXASMr. Bare Beach.
Putnam and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. 0'-j .
and Mrs. O. F. Struble and O. F
CONNECTICUT Keefe, Carthage;. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. -
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R. :M. F.: Gantt, San Antonio. = : :: ::: .: >: .: ... .
Haven : ::
A. :
New :: :: :: =
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B. Franham, Giles and Mr. and :Mrs. II. T. Hodg-j i ; r :: :: = ::: : =::: =:"S= :: :: =-
Middlebury; J. A. Northrup, :"- V
Feno kins of Bar Harbor. TENNESSEEMr. V
Stretch and ,
James .
West Haven; Mrs. ,
Mrs. D. '
and C. Cor-
Kennedy, ;
I. F. St. John, Simsbury; Mr. (Dentist), PURE MILK. ,
Mrs. I nersville; Stroud ManchesterJ.
William J. Breen, Grand Rapids; George ;: "
and Mrs. Fred Smith and Mr.and '
C. Coleman, Chattanooga. X-RAY LABORATORY .
Welnzerl, Chesan- '
Gee. fr. Leland, Stamford; W. S. Mr. and j .

Hero New Haven. Chesaning VIRGINIAMr. Hopkins Bldg. You are always safe when J
.' ; W. M. Runyou, Benton Harbor I and Mrs. M. S. Whalcy, Roslyn. you buy
V FLORIDA I Mr. and Mrs. .H. A. Amundsen, and j I Clewiston, Fla' -
Co I. L. V. Frazier, Jacksonville; J. Mr. and Mrs. J. Biastock, Benton liar: MILK
,I \ \T. T. Wallis, Sr., Clarksburg. : = = ::::=: ::: : :: = :: ::::: :: =:: :: =:=::<;:
. H.' Simpson, West Palm Beach.; :Mr.. bor. : Clewistonites

I- and Mrs. C. A. Meed, Ft Lauderdale 'I i i! MINNESOTA I I ,- - - --. .-. .!..!.N.!..-!N1NNN!.!.1.!.N.'...'N.!NN/1N1. ...MNNNNN-.. . .N'..1!...II I, realize this, therefore, we have !
;' ; John C. Wait, Deland; Mr. and Albert Schuneman and J. W. Dan- :I:: ..':.- I I been forced to purchase additional cows to t 1

I!' .' Mrs. Leo Stevens, Oakland Park; C. iels, St. 'Paul. j jo ,: : PHONE 332 5|: : supply the demand. ,
Hunkel and Mrs. E. ; .' 'I i?
! H. Dixon; J. A. MASSACHUSETTS I. ..\ 1
t.' : Higgins, Lake Worth; Mrs. A. ,F.I I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Barney, Fat- I:: I I' : ',,. FOR STOVE WOOD.A .. : : ._ ,, 3 jI J Jf :, ,: V d
1_. Christy i Jacksonville; Mattie Baker, mouth 1 ; Mrs. L. M. Lawrence, Fal!: .. ..- ':' : :';" 1 '
Belle 'Glade; R. H. Legg, John_ Legg, mouth; W. Barney, Falmouth; Mr.j.j I ,'. .. I V
. .. Any I length-Oak and Pine -'Y. .. ,
1 Leonard Legg, Mrs. R. H. Legg and and Mrs. M. Steeker, Lawrence; Mr. 1! 1}:. .!. I t

I Mr.. and lirs.. H. E. Gifford, West and :Mrs. C. L. Wood, Falmouth j :
Delivered f"y
t Clewiston
I place in .
! Palm Beach; W. H. Netuck, Mrs. C. Heights; Chas. S. Nelson, Newton; j any .t.:. -=.::::::: = : ::: :: : :: :> ,: :: :: :: :: : :: ::= : :: : :::= ::::::;:= : := ::: ::: ::::: = I,

i k C. Chiijmgworth> Mr. and '''Mrs. E. G. Mr. and Mrs. S. ''Morris, Fall River; j I I t

McKinley and Mr. and ,Mrs. C. E. I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Martin, Arlington; i .j HARLEM WOOD YARD :_:: '

i- Chillin worth, West Palm ,Beach; 'Mr Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lamorie, Col- :r ;./ I PHONE 105 / I :1

Hinsen, Sebring; W. Harness, | ... .... ................ .......... .. .. .... .. .... .... .. ....:. .
t and Mre. P. L. rainMr.; and Mrs. F. ;; : : : :":.0-: : : : : :,.: : :.: : : :. : :-: :-: :-: :-: : :-: :-: : :-: : :-: :-:-: -:-:-: : : ,
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West Palm Beach F. !: :
Harold Allen, ; Northfield. '
J. Parker, St. Augustine. l NORTH DAKOTAMr. 11 :

t D. Newberry and J,. II., Woodman and Mrs. W. E. Hooper, Car- Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector r OR '
,' Auburndale; Judge and Mrs. L. rington. :
Y. Red wine, Ft. Myers; E. M. Lawrence NORTH CAROLINAMr. TO ARRANGE ,
. Coconut Grove; Mr.. and Mrs. 1- .- and Mrs..S. D. Zeh,. O lntal. I M. P. BOGGS I

L. E. Heisler, West Palm Beach; Mr. NEW YORK \ '. FISHING OR HUNTING PARTIES.
and Mrs. L. E. Edwards, Miami; Wm > Mildred M.I! O. May and Miss I JEWELER l .!

Creed and Roy Hunn, Wst Palm Lulu May, Bronx; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis '

Beach;' Mr. and. Mrs. J. C. Stanley, Grossman, New York City; George I 'Expert Watch, Clock & .Jewelry Repairs THE

West Palm Beach; Fred G. Bensen, Cochran. Syracuse; S. L. Pollock I CLEWISTON INRV :I

. Boynton; Ben Ketchum, West Palm New Yorck City: ; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clewiston, Florida : Hays B'ld'g. ,

Beach; Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon, West Perry, Rochester; :Mr. and Mrs.. W. CLEWISTON FLORIDA .

Palm Beach; Mr and Mrs., J. H. .C. Faugh, Rochester; A. M. Carlson 1 "In The Center of America's New Sugar BO 1C"

Garst, Sebring; J. C. Guild and ,Mrs.: and J. M., Carlson. Jamaica; .Mr. and r I .
Weephal, Greenacres City,; 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Fiddleman New York City;
Mrs. Yule, West Palm Be ch; Mrs.G. : Mr. and Mrs. Lyeth, Lake Clear June I ",

C. Gatlln, Fort Myers; Mrs. 'J. M. tion; Mr. and Mrs. C; G. Hooker, Miss I I

:A Ladd, Tallahassee; Mrs. J. Gatlin, Gertrude Hooker and Miss Catherine. I THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI /:. j

Mrs. L. Coleman and Mrs. J. J. Coleman Hooker, Rochestr; S. A. Jones, Nor j V .:,'"

Jacksonville; H. E. Simpsonand wich; Mr.: and Mrs. J. W. Milne, St. MIAMI, FLORIDA <'.,

J. 'L. McKinn, Miami; T. Y. Hen- Albans; Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson Hick,I '" .. MORE SUGAR FROM THE EVERGLADESAfter .

drix. Lakeland; F. E. Hanson, Arca- Rockville Centre; Mr. and. Mrs. J. ,., WELCOMES YOU !
dia. .Ptacek and J. Huttuck, ,Bronx. .. ;
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Henry Heynen, Winter Haven; I Mrs. Lelsie Waner, Canajoharie; I "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel l In the South"Storage I I'""
Dorothy Eldred, Fort :Myers; Mr. and Charles D. Haas. Jamestown; Joseph I ii

Mrs. R.:: L. Jones, Davie; A. H. Butts, Poyer. Ithaca; Mrs. H. C. ,Fernald Space Across Street European Plan almost a solid year of' construction, ;'l I':

Pompano; P. K. Bailey, West Palm and W. C. Lunsford, Brooklyn,; R. v\ .

Beach; Mr. and Mrs.' C. F. Hodge, Ravenhall, West Point; Lee Rich- during which the Clewiston factory of the ;

Sebring; C. L. Lackey, Dorothy DavisD. mond, Rochester; Joseph T. 'Colin : -- .'
H. Peaslee and Helen Davis of and Rudolph Peterson, New York. Southern Sugar company was increased from f:
Delray Beach; Mrs. F. H. Mills, Dade 'City. I
City. I NEW JERSEYMr. a I 1,500 ton a day capacity mill tote. largest ;

ILLINOIS and Mrs. R. V. Lewis, Hawthorne '
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hufel, Granite ; Mr. and Mrs. W.-Wende, .Hawthorns ,- single unit sugar cane factory in the continental ::'

City; Mr.,and Mrs. Frank Clark, War ; Mr. and Mrs. 'B. A. Stanley, United l
Ten; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hempel, Little Falls; Mr. and Mrs. C.- S.:. I Clewiston is about to ship, ,

Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Etherton, Car Erick, Whitehouse, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- '

bondale; Mr. and Mrs., James D. Fa- ward{ Harris, Plainfield; Mr. and MrsL. MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME : .. Everglades grown and ground sugar to the re .i.r,,

get, Chicago; H. G. Sullivan, Chicago. T. Gaylord and Janet Gaylord, Mrs fineries. \ :
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IOWA S. H. Auld Montclair. ,! :

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenfeld, !|i OHIO, -. / ", .. I I. ,. ''.'.,_. .' _"I. ', ':. y :,.) ;,;, .r 4 d/// : :;; :? ;:, >: ., -. .
Council Bluffs '- .. ,
; Dr. and Mrs. A. V.Hennessy. Mr. and Mrs. Lajoie. Cleveland; Mr A, FEW CHOICE ROOMS :" >": :: '
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Bluffs and Mrs. Randell, Painesville; Mr.

INDIANA and ,Mrs. Roy M.V Jones and Mrs. Hen- ARE-NOW AVAILABLE.REASONAVLE Construction homes, stores and apartments
Chester, Guner, Brownsburg; Miller ry ,Jones, Pequa; :Mrs. 'N. A. Sch -I I 4i, J

Emma, Brownsburg; G. A. Nash, maker, Akron:' Mr. and Mrs. M. M. while stady has failed to keep pace with ,' i
Brownsburg; Mr. and :Mrs. H. G. Mohler and S. A. Stark, North Canton '

Newman, Evansville,; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kyne and W. R. Kyne, -Cleveland I RATES I. ; the rapid, expansion of the sugar company activities .

Emil Nudnagel, Evansville; 'Mr. and ; G. L. Bratton and H. T. Brat- I \

'Mrs. Gco. Knoff, Crown Point; Mr. ton,, Brckville.: / : SURROUNDINGS resulting in a golden-opportunity for :

and Mrs. T. M. Trautvetter, West. Mr. and :Mrs. Albert Gaily, Cleve- II ,. :' HOMELIKE, builders. I I
port; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Heppard, land; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barke and .

Richmond; J.V W. Rinard, Argus; Wm children Betty, Lois and David of "l 1 '
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"M. Smttk, South Bend, Ind. Warren; 'Mr. and Mrs. F. 'J. Malen I 0 -c' -

T. E. Smith and J. 'R. Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zech and .!Mrs. | V TRY OUR. SUNDAY DINNERS ,,- V \ 'C. .1 i

Betford; Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heag- Here, Chicago. ,, ,.< .'j '. <, .
land, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cravens OKLAHOMA I
and., Robert Heagland. of Franklin; Mrs.: R. W. Williams, Ponca City; For Details Write ,to -

,Mrs. IGenn Weise nauer"/ Kokomo; Mr Miss Florence_ Moore, Blackwell.PENNSYLVANNIA *

and Mre. Jno. W. Clary, ,Logansport? CLEWISTON'S POPULAR! HOTEL ; I \

Mr. and Mrs. Chas F.. Keentz and 1.1 I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Moss, Conneaut .

M., Trent Muncie. Lake; Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Harned, I CLEWISTON CHAMBER. OF COMMERCE
KANSAS Conneaut' Lake; Margaret Cleveland, l'' .
:Mr.: and Mrs. William Heynen, Sharon; Mr. and Mrs. W B. Hooker, Clewiston '

Tengaaexie; Mr .and Mrs. W M.Hupp Eldred; Mr. and Mrs. A.101 B. Gettel ,, THE WATANABE HOTEL I I Florida

Chanuate. [:Myerstown, W. C, Fahsnacht,_ Quar-
KENTUCKY I ryville; Bucher Ginrich, Lebanon; -
Joseph M. Kelley, J. A. Henderson Mary Weinrich, Denver; Arthur H. MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. ; "IN THE" CENTER OF AMERICA'S NEW i

Tom C Clark and W. J. Howard, Davis, Mount Lebanon; Mr. and! Mrs. I "
Hopklmavllle; Mrs. George Frost, Be- Fairgraves and Mrs. Jos. A. Green, .. *; ;*
rea; Ben H. Dudley and Dr. J. R. Erie; Ralph H. Graves, Leighton; Mi ) '. ;
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Morrison, Louisville; Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. Fritinger, Walnutport; Mr .. '; '. -..' \' .J-:.'" \ ,, ..
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Lee Stephenson Mr. MurPhYt .. .. '
and Mrs. J. S. and Mrs. John Llgionior; 1'I '
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Cooper and Mrs. Jaa. McClintock,, Edward Canne Lathrop; Mrs. E. MaI f .. -'"'_ '''C ,_. I > :. ,. .
Paris; B. F. Perry, Lexington. I Hue,, New Florence. ; ,Mr. and Mre '



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FARM OUTLOOK Built In NewChevrolet ''I! ( -_ tr
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SUMMARIZED BY Autos i t I' r .

Evidence of the manner in which ;L I

AGRICULTURISTSReduced the automobile the cause manufacturer of safety by is elimi-furUiering : / from 59 Mile! Road II I

nating the hazard of mechanical mishaps ,, I

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Chevrolet. II ,Pelc hurg Railroad, _Earliest \ Company of # 1 ; : i1 t

Outlook. devices Present Far-Flung System Founded fI
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GAINESVILLE Fla.-The principal I I Just one hundred years ago, Monday looking affairs: more like a boy's' Where some of (hl! :
their field. Many a motorist has had j most desperate fighting
points contained In the 1930 agricultural I February 10, a little group ofal plaything than the great iron horses of the war between I. I

outlook for Florida. just Issued the unnerving experience of i' : rt men of ,Petersburg, Va., ven- of the present day. The "carriages" flace--Fort the states Hell"took andDDamnation..: I i
Exten ing a long mountain grado to descend'I'I | -urccl a first step In railroad building were modeled after the stage coaches l4Fort I I
by the Florida Agricultural of that time and must have bei.n near Petersburg. f ,
sion Division after consultation with brakes becoming less effective the ; which has lengthened Into the more vastly uncomfortable. ,In any event' When Petersburg frll VA. I I'
farther he descends failure known I than 5,000 miles of steel highway, the old cuts show tho passengers .t and railroads com t i
the United States Bureau of a sitting very stiff and erect as though I < M prising the "bread :
Agricul-I known as the Atlantic Coast Lino rather line of Confederact" i
technically as "fadeout" and due to regretting. having decided 1
tural Economics, Federal Farm Xaiiioad. More than 100 railroads to try anything BO foolhardy. En- were cat by Federal I
Board, and representatives ot the extension I heat generated between the brake were brought together to form the gine, cars and all were hardly as long the South cause was doomed of the :;
I :, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ,Company as a present-day locomotive. I, \
services of 44 other states, shoe; and drum which warps the shoe ; ,' and that Company today owns I ,But as primitive and as awkward J
summarized here. I and lessens the contact of the brake 01 controls 14,480 miles of rails. I as the early railroads were. they cameas During the War between the States West Point: Through the Louisville :
a Godsend to the merchants and and Nashville it la interested in i.'* !
I Va. the Petersburg Railroad, the Wilmington
lining with the dium. The hotter the I Reaching from Petersburg. to '
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farmers of that time. For' tho whole Nashville Chattanooga and St. Lor' ,
The national outlook is for a reduced and Weldon, and the Rich-
Biakcly, Va., a point near the North
brakes got, the less efficient they be- country along the South Atlantic and other lines and has & Itjse' he i (
demand for practically all farm Carolina line "a mile and a half below Coast and in the Piedmont was stagnating mond and Petersburg were vitally Interest In the Western llw j" cl J
came. the falls of the Roanoke river," from lack of quick and dependable Important because to the causa of connected the Con- I Alabama. These railroads In connectlon : << tI
federacy they
products. i the Petersburg railroad was only 59 transportation that would the I with the Atlantic Coast Line i!
Tests on the General Motors Prov- I r miles! long. When completed It hadi permit ready interchange of trade Wilmington blockade runners principal that port brought opento have a total of. approximately I4. financial conditions
Better accom-
ing Ground show that fadeout has no rail connections at either end. and marketing of farm crops. supplies and munition to Lee's tat- miles of line. i"-
panied by; increased purchasing power I But so carefully was the location .of The building of the Petersburg tered forces, with Richmond, the : The Atlantic Coast Line Is al o In- 1,
of been eliminated in the new Chevrolet tb,, early railroad selected that it is Railroad was followed by a great Increase capital of the Confederacy. These terested in the Peninsula and Occidental -
are expected for the latter part I tortay a part of the main line of tho In the trade of the City qf three railroads became the "bread Steamship Company which operates ;
by: a of construction a line of steamers between
of and ;
Petersburg and by tho developmentof line the Confederacy were
1930, Atlantic Coast Line, one of the principal -
j Port Tampa Key West and
known as the "articulated shoe type"which the sections it served. essential to the operations of the Havana y
More labor is available at lower arteries of trade and travel between The early railroad builders had armies of ',the South In Virginia. and the Chesapeake Steamship:: Com i
compensates for heat distor- the tfprth and the South. Plenty of trouble. Hardly.was the Many raids were, made by Federal pany operating steamers between r .
wages. tion / The Petersburg Railroad was ono rg road completed before the forces to cut' this line, and the ruins Baltimore and Norfolk Richmond and i ,
and assures uniform barking facilities West Point Va. Indirectly It Is interested i
No material change from recent ;of the first railroads to be construct- light strap Iron began to break under of forts erected to protect strategic in Pan-American
under all I the strain of traffic. The locomotiveswere points can still be''seen along the Airways
conditions 'of in
tempera ] ed the South, and Indeed. In the Inc. Its trains furnish concoctions
levels of total income is
farm seen I I built to haul only light loads Atlantic Coast Line.
whole country, for the South at Miami with'planes of this com-
was :
ure. The wear on the brake lining and In order to take of .
care the After the War between the States --
for the next ( for Havana San ,Juan and
to pany
years. very quick adopt the railroad asa
either had to be
also is uniform antI far they run I far-seeing Baltimore business men other points in the West Indies
assures QS
relief from
greater the slower and
An Increase in corn yield in the I uncertain faster than had been originally Intended acquired controlling Interests In the well as to Mexico the Canal Zone l:I
service out of a set of linings than I. transportation by- water and or to make more trips than threo roads together with other rail- and South America. I
United States Is expected. Florida'scorn pack horse and wagon. had been planned. The result was roads In North and, South Caroline.
the old type. brakes. .' I that a large part of the net earn- At that time the "Atlantic CoastLine" Thus from a fifty-nine mile railroad I
is used ot Among other its
at home, and, in view things charter ings of the railroad had to be spent of the route chartered one hundred years .
Test Chevrolets : granted "to erect tollGates was the designation has one of the largest
on the proving permission ago grown
the livestock situation, an acreage I for new iron and heavier locomotives followed by those railroads, which I
the line important transportationsystems
on and scales at Its
Instead of being distributed dIvi- .retained their Identities
ground have obtained as corporate
as high 28-
equal to last year's is recommended.The I various depots" apparently contem- dends. but which were operated under the of the country.The .
flu-cured tobacco outlook is 000 miles on 'a set of linings. It Is I i l plating that tho public might be Then came hard times when crops direction of a common: management.In Coast Line main from line Richmond of the to'Atlantic'Jack I
to use the rails which however, brought
over were poor and money was scarce. 1900 they were
pointed out that the sonville Is double tracked laid
fair. A slight increase in Georgia-Flor average motorist. I to haul freight In equipment of Its But the Petersburg Railroad struggled together In the Atlantic Coast Line heavy steel and ballasted with crushed with-
ida shade-grown is favored. will obtain considerably greater mile- j I own. A charge of 12 Y.z} cents per tonpmlle along, managing somehow to keep out Railroad Company.In !stone, gravel or slag. It Is pro- I
was authorized for of the sheriff's hands, and gradually 1902 this Company acquiredthe
freight, tected automatic block
ts or by signals and
A decrease of from 10 to 15 per- age in view of the severe driving .to 8.00 a ton for the distance of 69 Improved Its facilities until it could Plant System with extensive part of the way by automatic train
cent in which test cars are put. Further tests milesThis Is quite In contrast to handle its business efficiently. lines In South Carolina Georgia, control. Interlocking plants guard
peanut acreage is indicated. railroadshad Florida and Alabama, and assumed I
the present of little In the meantime other all draw bridges and Important railroad -
Watermelons are unlikely to bringas sho wthe brake will stop a car travel- I than' 1 cent average that the a railroads more receive been b-tilt. The Wilmington and approximately Its present and proportions.By crossings. Train dispatching Is
later the Wilmington andWeldon. new construction purchaseand
favorable a price as in 1929. ing thirty miles per hour in two and for hauling a ton of freight reached from a point near lease of other roads the mileage done by trains telephone.The operated. by the CoastLine
two-tenths seconds 'within a distanceof 1 rwr mile. The net profit the Petersburg the southern terminus of the Petersburg of the company has been greatly Increased are the equal In speed and ;
Strawberry prospects are brighter Railroad was allowed to earn railroad to Wilmington chief however and on January 1, equipment of those operated by any
than for any year since 1926. How-I -S feet. pas to amount to a sum'equal to the seaport of North Carolina. It was 1930, the Atlantic Coast Line oper- railroad on the continent. The Havana 1
The brakes internal capital stock expended with Interestat 161 miles long and at that time the ate a total of 5,193 miles of railroadIn Special, between New'' York and
ever, an Increa:ed acreage in early. are expanding 6 per cent from the time the money longest railroad in the world. The the six Southeastern! States. Key West, is the fastest train in the
, .. states does not seem advisable. all around, operating with equal effivonoy wag paid by the stockholders until Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Peters- In 1902 the Atlantic Coast Line world for the distance covered. The
had been constructed from acquired a Interest In the;! Florida Special, in Its 43rd
I received back In net controlling operating
I on all four wheels. profits. After of that
The) parkhrake' burg to Richmond, and north
Light holdings and reduced acreage this rates were to bo fixed BO that Predertcksburg stock of the Louisville' and Nashville season, is the oldest known do luxe
point the Richmond, -
ing i is railroad. tourist train. A number of other
make the present outlook for cabbage separate and operates I i the road could earn 6 per cent '02I and Potomac carried the traveller on equally famous trains could be :
mentioned -
j' on the rear drum. Adjustments are 1 the capital stock above running expenses. toward Washington a boat being used In addition the Atlantic CoastLine I
favorable. to complete the trip Is closely affiliated with tfie
easily accessible without the removalof I Charleston'and Western Carolina the One hundred years ago the far- i
Expansion > in lettuce acreage causes -I So accustomed we of today to Prom Wilmington a line ,of steamers Northwestern Railroad of South Carolina. sighted founders of the Petersburg .
marketing difficulties to arlsel but any plates. the heavy steel rails, gigantic locomotives operated by the Wilmington and It owns a majority.. of stock of Railroad foresaw the eventual development I
Another and steel coaches and sleep Raleigh piled overnight: to and from the Columbia Newberry and Laur- of a "Great Highway of the
there is no evidence that the peak of safety feature of the new tug cars that are In common use, Charleston. At the latter point con- ensf the Atlantic, Birmingham and Union" that ,would connect the North I
demand has been 'reached Chevrolet is the non-glaie windshield that the equipment of the Peters nection was made with the and Charleston with- Coast the Tampa Southern the Port I and the South and provide a quick ,
and ,Bal2rod
HaxnDcrg Myers Southern and other railroads.Together and dependable means of carrying on
on the new Fisher bodies. simple burg and the other early railroads VftrJmia stage lines to t&ft Oootti.' J
By the

Since the stock of Irish potatoes is with the Louisville and the trade and communication of the
expedient of tilting the windshield seems primitive Indeed. In 1840 the trip from Montgomery. ;Naahvlllo it leases the Georgia RanI two sections. Their enthusiasm and r
low it seems that sweet potatoes! especially The track consisted of pine timbers Alabama, to Baltimore over this route I road and the Ollnchfleld and controls optimism have been more than justified ,I''
those marketed in slightly inward, instead of mountingit on which strips of strap ken were 1 required a full week which was considered through ownership and under tho by the growth of the Atlantic
early summer vertically standd5 a remarkably short time for I lease of the Georgia Railroad, a majority Coast Line from the little fifty-nine ,
. should bring satisfactory : the reflected light of an the Journey. ,of stock In the Atlanta and mile Petersburg Railroad. 4.
Ptices'l approaching or following headlamp is f _I __ ,' ,
Stock of old (white) --- Mt-. -
I deflected downward 1 1I. .
from the
hand are about three fifths as much | away berg and watermelons for 10 minutes;
driver's eyes. The twin-beam head. t u p !' .. II u!!L u.u.n.u n 1iWf.iti1.t.itil.l.I"PitiiTiH } '
as a :year ago, and an increase in ear- lights l tomatoes, peppers and eggplants for iTiTi I t TiT I iTiTi.I. n .F.iJiII1.l 11 II II .mnffiisniUnyiiCTiiUiiLWBUSTER I i I Hiti'I.r.'tifi iTiTi IiTiiTiiiiTiTi. H .iTiIiiTiTii : II

.! .. ly potato acreage is intended. i I which enable the driver to I 8 minutes. ;
the light on the ,
road out of
: Considerable increase is expected
i.i':: in the. bearing acreage in grapefruit (the eyes of an approaching driver' ; 4
I are a further Chevrolet Feb 15
,< ,and oranges. Foreign markets may to the contribution HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES 1m Specials Saturday I
'";' I' greater safety of the highways. r
:. expand and canning offers tome outlet : '

but increased .acreage should bet I 5 I HOW TO HANG PICTURES : .

::t':. ,J. considered only with much acere. RURAL COMMON SENSE ; BROWN SHOES FOR BOYS I Ii'

;;::' A material increase in production I I Light;pictures are best hung on' !

'{?'; of pecans is expected; ,- 1 know a. farmer in a neighboring fiarly light walls,. and dark. pictures. mon J|
5,;' .' Due to a surplus in moat dairy ] county who has lost two-thirds or' his I dark walls. For. the sake of shape | r i' CAPS OR WHISTLES FREE FOR EVERY BOY WO WILL g

> :.' products, especiall yraarket milk cabbage crop on account of diseases I harmony, tall pictures should be hung g| CALL AT OUR STORE BETWEEN 9 &10 SATURDAY.

.'f. close culling, grazing and .forage ( which were brought in on, the seed. I in vertical wall spaces, and broad | j?

':r" crops should be pushed. ;, This man is out about '$3,000 that he pictures in horizontal spaces. Pictures s-m i: Don't miss this opportunity to fit your: boys in new style oxfords I

::: Beef cattle prices are on a downward i could have been in if he had only taken may be grouped so that two or ..| '

'.' trend. | the precaution to disinfect the cabbage three vertical '''ones will give a hori- | | that are guaranteed. .

''. There Is nothing to indicate that J j seed before he planted them. zontal effect, which will harmonize 11 .

':" the price of feedstuffs will change Not only that, which represents his with a broad ,wall space. One must 11 i F FOR MEN WE ARE OFFERING THE FOLLOWING Ii

',. greatly. I. loss on this year's crop alone, his be very sure, however that the pictures : : i .
, ; OVERALLS, Head light, all sizes, blue & stripe Guaranteed solid leather. No paper counters !
c Storage holdings of pork are less, iI j fields have become infected with which are grouped are in har- : g \I ;t; .

:" than Jast :year, and since a lot of hogs I j black rot, and it is probable that he ttlouy with each other.' A painting jj |I; high back, at $2.00 or' suit ............,,...... 3 QT or innersoles. \ ill

I' in Florida have been sold [or revenue I cannot grow cabbage on that land which shows a broad, bold technique =r : '< SHOES, work, solid leather $3.50 to /\/\

.' -the outlook for 1930 is favorable.An I I again soon without the crops suffering should not be placed next to one. ,OVERALLS good quality, blue, high back, / j.uu r'

increase in poultry productionwould a fate similar to this year's. which is, fine and delicate. Scale is I |{|: 1.50) op Suit ,.........................v................- \ '
(: Three 1 iH P 2\75 Other values ........................... .v,........... :
mean a decrease in prices. j thousand dollars is a pretty the next consideration when hanging .:: 2 25

Spring egg prices are expected to be I I big loss in itself. It could have been I pictures. Small pictures should,not be M SHIRTS, Washington D. C., Work, .. ..... 95C' .. '.:....:" m

lower. I prevented in this case by disinfecting' placed next to large ones, nor 'should BOOTS, one lot, special ....:!....;...:......... ;
., ( ,_. .,_ I 1 5.75 1
the seed before they were planted. An they be hung '''near a large piece of m SHIRTS I one lot blue, each ........... ., mOther

expenditure of not more than a dollar furniture. Similarly, large pictures : 60' real value $7.50 $9.50'and $11.50-16 m

"-t WRUF FARM PROGRAM in materials and time would have I'are out of scale in small 'rooms, or e UNioN SUITS, full cut, 60c, other values 75c and 18 inch top.

meant just three thousand times a I.when hung' near small and delicatelyproportioned !!, $1.00 $1.50.SOCKS \ ifi

dollar in returns, and would have pieces of furniture. f:. f For ,better shoes vvvear a pair of Dr. Reeds' ; '

GAINESVILLE, Feb. 14.-The noonday Kept: the man's farm 'free of these Pictures should be so hung that ,. silk, one lot $1 value ................ cushion sole or Smith Smart shoes10.00and = = ,11
farm program over WRUF, state I very destructive diseases. : sOt
I the} center of interest comes at about I E
II 50
and University broadcasting station, Ot course not all truck crop dis- the eyes level. One should not first er values, Wilson Bros., 25c 50c I AA = = "L :

for next week will be as follows: j eases can be prevented bseed dis see the furniture in a room, and then SOCKS GIVEN FREE WITH EVERY PAIR 1

Saturday, Feb. 15, Florida Farm'' infection.. However, a number of diseases look up and see a line of pictures on PANTS' khaki, w.ork" 1.00 1.50 and WORK OR DRESS I II

News and U. S. Farm Snapshots. !I of cabbage, cauliflower; kohl- the wall Sometimes it is desirableto 2.00

Monday,' Feb. 17, Influence of Per- rahi, mustard, rutabagas, turnips, have them lower than the eye: level i
I I PANTS,: khaki, riding, $2. 2.75 and... O r A SHIRTS, Wilson Bros., white broadcloth $1.95 II
cent Pullets and Winter Eggs 01I,!
I i cantaloupes, cucumbers, watermelons in order to form a group with a ,

Poultry Profits, Frank W. Br mleyl j tomatoes, peppers and eggplants can desk or a table; or higher, as over' a ; TWO for ..........;............'.......... 3 50 -

assistant professor of farm management be prevented by treating the seed be- bookcase,_ but the variation! should be. =. Whipcord and genuine gaberdine .... 6 50 ;

College of Agriculture. I fore they are planted. __ ; slight. Most" people hang their pictures iJi= SHIRTS, Wilson Bros., white broadcloth $2.50 ?

Tuesday, Feb. 18,' The Pine ot Florida ; I ,realize that not farmer who cup And ........................................
(. every too high. and the eye is carried : 9.50 TWO for ................................
Major W. L Floyd vice-dean. does not treat his seed before plant- toward the ceiling, instead of be- 4.50 I

College of ;Agriculture. j lag loses to disease. However, a man ing kept at the most interesting New Lot White and Stripe Flannels, ,

Wednesday, Feb., 19, Care of the j can never tell when the seed he buys points in the room, which are about m W eave added to our line Brown Built shoes SHIRTS. ,' Wilson Bro- white broadcloth $5.00 *

: TWO for ............................. =
Lawn Beautifies the Home, Geo. ilUitchey j i are Infected with disease grems, and the level of the eye, and below that i :: to retail from ..................., to .L, 9 00 :; :
3 50 5 00 I' .
U. S. Forage Crops Office disinfection
is good Insurance and point.. II ifiI \ : .
and Florida Experiment Station. Primer \ cheap. I I I I Stability to the Room I Closing out_all felt hats, values $5.00 to $7.50 Hart Scaffner &. Marx Blue 'Serge Three Piece :

for Town Farmers. \ Simply soak the seed in a 1-1,000,1 I So many pictures are available that g-. Going at ............... Suit .......... ......"."........ .......... ....
Thursday, Feb. 20, Cooperating: solution of corrosive: sublimate. Put one can find those that will give 1I i 3.50and 5.00 :: : 25.00 II
I( .
With Cooperatives in Marketing Vegetables the seed in a bag and immerse them pleasure and at the same time be appropriate I :

W. T. .Nettles, district extension -I I in the solution,which should be In I 1 I' for the setting. good picf I .. .: REMEMBER OUR MERCHANIDSE IS NEW & GUARANTEED m

agent. J''a wooden container. Stir the seed to.re has one or more of the following I = =

Friday, Feb. 21, Planting the Tung- throughly. Wash the seed after they characteristics: beauty, expressive : :i OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED.: .

Oil Tree, Harold Mowry, assistant have been disinfected. Spread to dry line, choice creative pattern, excel- I 0!

horticulturist,' Florida. Experima n t in the shade. Then they are ready to Rent"| arrangement of refined color or J11

i Station. plnat. an elevating theme. If the picture is I j i I.Judson The. Clothier" 'j. .A

Answeres to Florida farm problem I Corrosive sublimate can be' madeat : to .go into' a room it should be in ,I i !j 1 1.I I

and U. S. S.: Farm Flashes will be the right strength by dissolving a keeping with the furnishings, and : | j I

i features on each program. The programs tablet In a pint of water. I should te suitable for the type of I- .

I I are given from '12:15 to 12:45 Soak cabbage, cauliflower, kohlrabi room it, is placed la. 11 j .'. Across from the 'p ost Office : i

Eastern Standard Time, and the station mustard; rutabagas and turnips (Adapted by Lucy Belle Settle |II\ t tIt
r from n u.n.u .l.I.l.1.l.1.l.1.! !! !! n.u l.1.!!!..u .n !!!l nil.l! !!! !! !!ul.yl! !!t.urn rlu.u u! u.n.nra.u n ;'
J frequency is 830 kilocycles. for 15. minutes; cantaloupes, cucum.. Gold5t in's Art in Every Day Life.) U .I .1" tiTi iiTiTiiTiTi 1 l iil" i iT'iiiTiiTiTiiiTi: TiT iTiiiiiTi'I..l: TiTill.lliTiTiJI"'I'.II'.II'IIIII''U. liTiIiil It I n I11 I11 -W allll!!nTTT.TTT ,.

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