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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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i: r-31 i STATES AREREPRESENTED On Committee CALIFORNIA MAn! i! HiLlY' WRITES Henry Local Storey, Caddy Named Master NINE SENATORS .



INMILLVISITORS i GOMP ARES' SUGAR' I; lADES lETTER Appointment of Henry Storey as REVERSE STAND

caddy master for the Clewiston



In addition to acting .as caddy,
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master, Mr.,Storey will be In chargeof

Winter Residents Make I E. C. Pitcher Tells Of Miamian Enthusiast >< cOver a stand back of the first tee mop t Amendment JFor

": .i TJ Possibilities where cold drinks and candy will Increase Is Approved
Trip From Both Coasts Sugar Methods Used In. ;,
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be sold. It is also planned to sell
Various Countries. In Everglades. By Vote Of 47-39;
To See Operations In I l golf balls and ,clubs later.
a Trammell Votes For
'New Sugar Bowl. All local boys wishing to serveas
k F. Editor's Note: E. C. Pitcher' of Enthusiastic over the possibilitiesof
:- s I' I caddies on the Clewiston course Increase.
: Hayward, Calif., after extensive ,the' Everglades as a result of his advised ,
-I Steadily increasing Interest In the v* are to meet with Mr. Storey '
travels through the sugar countryin trip through this section a week ago \I
posssibllitles of the northern Everglades Saturday, afternoon at four o'clockat ''WASHINGTON, March 6.-The ,

as the New Sugar Bowl of the Louisiana, Porto Rico and Cuba George. *. Hilty,' advertising director for the 'first tee to receive Instruc- senate voted an increase In the sugar
I a.E4I has written for The Clewiston News I f ,
\ 1 Nation was reflected during the past the Florida Power and Light Company tions. Only those who have been tariff, smashing down the carefully-
a his views on the sugar Industry of ,
week when thirty-one; states were I and widely: known in state newspaper registered with the caddy master built-up strength ,of the independent
I the northern Everglades as compared
represented by winter visitors traveling circles wrote to editors of the will be permitted to caddy on the Republican-Democratic coalition by a
I I with the industry in other
to Clewiston from both coasts I, stat a letter telling of his visit here. course. 47-39 vot"e.Senator.
W. C. Hanson, manager of the countries which he has visited.BY .
and from the central section of the The letter which was mailed by Harrison, Democrat, Mississippi
Clewiston Division of the Southern
state to see the sugar cane operations Mrllnty"elrly: this week reads' as acting Democratil leader, led
Sugar Company is now a member of E. C. PITCHER CELOTEX ENGINEER
here and to visit the Clewiston factory follows: the fight against tariff increase..
; the Sugar Company operating com 1 ---
of the Southtrn Sugar Company. y I : Miami, Florida The amendment adopted, proposedby
mittee according to announcementmade Before visiting Florida this winter f MAKES PLANE TRIPO'FROnt
Names of winter resident in Flor- The appointmentwas I I ," February 28, 1930 Senator Smoot, Republican. Utah, i
yesterday. I made a thirty day tour of Cuba and
ida who visited the 4,000 ton a day Dear Mr. Editor: I provided for a rate against Cuban I
made by B. G. Dahlberg, president the West Indies., traveling by auto- .
factory at Clewiston during thepast I :,was handed one of the biggest NEW sugar, compared with the present 1.76 .
of the Southern Sugar Company- mobile, railroad and airplane, cover- ORLEANSi
week are published on page six of surprises of my life when' I, visited Cuban rate andj2.2 world rate.
Havana Cam Santiago -,
Ing Hershey, guay;
this paper and the visitors included Clewlston last Saturday and Sunday. Smoot advocated his plan as a farm
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Port Au Prince and San Juan.It .
virtually every type of winter resi- BOY SCOUTS ENJOY :My conception of 'Clewiston from published George H. 'Burt Sees relief proposal. :t
is a beautiful sight flying over the i f
dent from those who came in old cars matter and reports of enthu- Future For The vote, was a reversal of a previous
great cane fields of Cuba and Porto 'Bright '
to those who made the trip in expensive siastic persons was, that it consistedof senate ballot. On January 17
WEEK END HIKE'TO Rico but traveled at an altitude
as we
Sugar Industry.
':' the senate adopted the Harrison
foreign make limousines. I .a large sugar mill and plantationwith ,
of 1,000 to 5,000 feet at a speedof
'" Since the opening of the 1930 grinding a number of Company buidings amendment to retain the present tar

. season the number of visitors has FLAGPOLECYPRESSLocal 118 rules an hour only an idea of for housing employees add the usual Arriving in Clewiston by plane iff. The vote ,;then was 48 to 38. Nine

I the vast area could be obtained. from New Orleans, George H;' Burt
'.. average more than 150 a day and according muchroom community. To my amaze- senators changer their votes.

y. to those in charge of the regi- I Therefore' a closer inspection was fent,' I found there on the Southern chief engineer for the Celotex Company These nine. all oC whom supported

: visitors Members made, by traveling several hundred thriving' in Clowiston for several days on the present rate on January 17, voted
sratlon bureau at the mill, the Troop I bank of Lake Okeechobee, a

without. exception have been high Pass Several Tests miles by auto and railroad train to city' of 2,500 population, practicallyflood business expressed himself as highly for Smoot's increase. They are:
: get a good idea of the cane fields, pleased with the for the
,' in their praise of the work under ,proof, with two fine hotels, .a prospects Ashurst and Hayden, Democrats,

way here. The general enthusiasm is On Two.Day Hike. and several mills were visited. As I golf:course, excellent business houses., future here for both the town of Arizona; Dill, Democrat, at\if' Jones,

had motored through. Louisiana last : ; Clewiston and the sugar industry in Republican, Washington Pine, Republican -
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from the ;
. refected in the statement: I I I and splendid recreational / opportunities
Clewiston Boy Scouts enjoyed, the I year just before cutting time and had the northern Everglades. and Thomas, Democrat,
registration bureau that at least fifty : ;with advantages such, as fishing,
i"" ". per, cent of, the visitors are anxious first hike in the history of the local seen many sugar cane fields, I hunting, etc. Mr. Burt who is, a son of T. A.Oklahoma Metcalf, Repub Ii can,

'" to';purchase: rawTsttgar in five to 25 organization; when twenty-one boys thought I would be able to make a trhad; not fully appreciated the (Please turn to Page 5)MUSIC ) Rhode Island; Trammell, Democrat,

! r, :J :, pound/ packages, to send" to their nor- led by Scoutmaster Frank Cothernand comparison between' the fields of Cuba x C? e ,of t le-Soutrem 'Sugar Com Florida; 'and Schall, Republican, Min-

,' 0: Assistant, Scoutmaster Dick and Porto Rico and those, pf Florida ,
Please turn to P1ce pd's: undertaking ond its future pos CLUB nesota. ,
'ill' -
I; White traveled to Flag Pole Cypresslast and therefore was on the lookoutfor sibilities- and importance to the Industrial PLANS.,-, (Please turn to page 8)

Saturday afternoon and pitched the best fields to be found
life of Florida and. the develop- I A. C. L. OFFICIALS
f t SUGAR BOOTH WINS camp near the old saw mill. One of There are 1.000 square miles of ment of the Everglades until I madea ,FIRST OPERETTA I

the 'purposes of the hike was to con- :cane fields in Cuba and here and Porto ,
i personal visit to Clewiston. It was _
duct tests, and examinations success- Rico oxen only are used to plow SPEND TWO DAYS
THIRTEEN PRIZES indeed a thrilling sight to see train
fully passed .included' flre- buidins, and haul the cane to railroad or mill. Club Wants Cast-Off
loads of Florida sugar cane, harvested
cooking, tracking, use of knife andI Two wheel carts of a very primitive SUGAR
Garments Be Used IN BOWL
mill
from Florida soil, come into the
"':,' .,.. IN COUNTY FAIR I axe. signalling and naming the six- type are used, and no tractors or
(_t ::;;. in yards, automatically dumped upon a For Costumes.
: I teen principal,points of the compass. power machinery were to be seen transported
\ conveyor, automatically graded,
| Meeting at the Clewiston school the fields. Four or six slow movingoxen General Manager And
\ :. ', to various size shredding rolls
I Practicing of song numbers for the
Cane and Cane Products I grounds the boys left Saturday afternoon on one pow or a two wheel cart I I
to see how the impurities are removed first operetta to be' given by the Mu- Passenger AgentIn
: of is startling contrast to the
t At Palm Beach Fair I shortly after one o'clock and cane a :
.. the s'rup''extracted and boiled Clewiston
.. sic club of the school was
tractors that at Clewiston.
fast I
moving saw
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t arrived at their destination at four : ;
., Declared Winners. the sacking and shipffent of raw sugar -
\ Clewiston and Canal Point I stopped I a feature of the second meeting of
: (Please turn to page 8))
1? to the refinery; and for the first the Music club at the school house
often to wonder if this is 1930 or 50 P. R Albright, of Wilmington, vice
':\. Thirteen first to I time in life to eat Florida made
I prizes amounting years ago as I have seen pictured. my Monday afternoon and plans for the president and general manager of

$74 In cash were won by. the South P.. T. A. Silver TeaWill 'I.Twenty-two tons would be a good average sugar from Florida grown cane. musical were also discussed. Althoughno The Atlantic Coast Line railroad, accompanied -

r '; ern Sugar company exhibit at the I was reliably informed that the definite date has been set for the, Wilmingto
Be Held TodayAt I cut from figures I obtained in I by W. J. Craig of
r.'.' Palm Beach fair it interest will erect another
county was the Hershey district and other fields Dahlberg presentation it is expected to be of- passenger traffic manager of the

(,,"i: learned yesterday. Construction of Houze ResidenceTo look about the same. The average important industry at Clewiston; fered in the near future. Coast, Line arrived in Clewiston in

;;,-; the booth and arrangement of ,cane yield of Cuba I understand is less namely, a Celotex Plant which will Mrs. B. A. Bourne who is directing Mr. Albright's private car Wednes

and cane products was arranged by encourage the Parent-Teacher than 20 tons per acre. manufacture out of the refuse from the club asked that Clewistonites do day. ,
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4 k Dr. L. Longfield Smith Of'the Research movement in Clewiston Mrs. Cleo A. the Celotex Board of
<, As far as field work is concerned sugar cane a nate old clothes or remnants to be I Following a trip through the 4,000

: :,:, department of the' Southern Houze will be' hostess, at a St. Pat- they are many years behind the times I extra hard texture, suitable for bath used as costumes. These will be received I ton at day factory of the Southern

1', .Sugar Company. rick's Silver Tea to bo given this and in no 'position'.to compete with room tiling, substitute for hardwood at the school house and Miss Sugar Company at Clewiston, the

i ;::. '' In addition to winning the thirteen evening in her home on the lakcfront modern scientific methods and ma j I flooring and other building materials.I Frances Tippey 'will be in charge of railroad officials, traveled by automo-
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'I,'I. first prizes the Southern Sugar Company from five to eight o'clock. I chinery. i have in my -office a sample of thisFloridaa receiving these clothes. The director bile through the sugar cane fields

: ? booth was acknowledged as one Silver offerings will be acceptedand I Harvesting of cane is all done by Celotex Board made from also explained: that as there will be east of here and down the east coast
I I
: c's, of the most attractive booths at the the entire proceeds will be donated 1 hand labor and is a very slow pro- sugar cane In the Dahlbe 'g mills in no charge in connection with the Ito Miami where they spent the night.

fair. : to the Clewiston Paient-Teach- Louisiana. sical estertainments club mU.j
Please turn to page 8"Scandals" the Returning Thursday afternoon they

Sugar cane and sugar cane Prod er Association ) I have seen just enough of Clew- free in asking for such left to visit other cities in the state.

GiiA acts featured the display, a small The Parent-Teacher Association 'inClewiston I iston to want to go back for a further
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x Players
.. fence about the booth being construct has achieved this vital industry that
, tr many important study of most
ion
, "1 fd of sugay cane stalks and the table I results In bettering. school con Practicing NightlyFor is beginning to mean so much to ,all ROADS INCREASING TOURIST

1 la the booth constructed of Ceotex, ditions and It was through their, efforts Ladies Aid Play Florida industrially.: If you have not I

made from the sugar cane fibre with I that the Clewiston school was seen the sugar mills operating In TRAVEL EMPHASIZES BUILDING NEED

F/:. 'r (Please! turn to Page 5) I{place don the state accredited list. I With rehearsals being held almost America's greatest sugar bowl, you .
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: every night plans for the "Clewiston have not seen one of Florida's great

.- GIRL SCOUTS TERMINATE THREE MILE I Scandals of 1930" sponsored by the est wonders-an extensive reclaimed flood With work on the Clewiston-La I sections of the state are completed.

,Ladies Aid Society of the Clewiston area now unde a remarkable/ Belle stretch of the Sugarland highway Driving time between the west and
'" and water control system with miles I east coasts will be reduced to little
Community church are rapidly near-
included in the 1930 budget of
HIKE :
WITH ,
BREAKFAST ON LAKEFRONT ing completion and according to a and milts of dykes and small canals, I snore than three hours and it is believed -
with
and
the state road department
statement.by Mrs. Wlllam G. Ames, soil richer in fertility than the deltaof I probable that either the state
'.-::','fr -- the Nile, vast acreage of sugarcane contracts already awarded for workon
commissioners of
I II president of the society, every effort I or the county
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r "f' Terminating a three mile hike about Keen interest is being shown in will be. made to produce the show stretching beyond: the visios of the Belle Glade Pahokee load, Glades county will approve the construction

_, o'clock Saturday morning members I the Girl Scout movement which has i iI' late this month or the first week in human eye, and hundreds of giant I Cle istorf with the opening of the : of a road running suo\h

"of the Clewlston troop of Girl Scouts been endorsed by civic and social,' April. tractors, ,planting and harvesting machines 1930-31 winter season in the center : from the Lake 'Annie road at Maln'c

.... made camp and breakfasted on the clubs in the community. Although I For the past week, nightly) rehears In operation spectacularsight of a network of well paved roads will corners to connect with cross state
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.,. dike on the lake front in the firs they are two distinct organizations of industrial achievement. I number of. winter south Moore
Y ,a als for the playlet have been held in attract a greater I I Sugarland highway of

a hike since the local girl scout troop, sprit of friendly rivalry between the the Ames home and although the plotof have never been more sold on the visitors than ever before in local his Haven.In .

" 1,.' ,;:> was formed. \ Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts is' resulting the playlet was not made known potentialities of the Everglades thanI 'tory according to local people who I I addition to direct cross state

1 Mrs. N. C. Storey, Mrs. Jesse G. in keener interest in both the !members of the cast were ,an- am now. This great private venture have been studying the situation since travel from Fort Myers to West Palm

:' : '::1- Allhauds, Mrs. Spicer and Mrs. Lane groups. nounced as follows: Mrs. William G. 'Please turn to Page S the action of the road department Beach, completion of paved roads will

accompanied the girls on the hike Both the Girl Scout and the Boy Ames week travel from St. Petersburg
Mrs. J. C. Allhands, Mrs. J. II., ago.Despite encourage
which started at the home of Mrs. Scout, organizations conduct weekly Alston, Miss Mary Skeldon, Mrs. Fred Glades WeatherDate a present three mile and Tampa to Palm Beach and Miami

'I Storey.-1 Following their hike. in the I I meetings and the membership In both B. PnrPcarlrs.; Wilber D. Cole, Mrs stretch of unpaved road from Clew- over the BartowSebringClewiston -

i I.a.. \I brisk morning air the scouts ware I I groups.is steadily increasing. William Cecil Owen, Miss L. M. Overall Max. Min. Evap. iston to the Palm Beach County line route.

,|ready for breakfast when they On the hike Saturday morning were Mrs. Dick C. Miller, Mrs. Vaughnand Feb. 25 79 52 .133 there has been an average of more Increase of traffic with the new

jreached the dike and building a great:'I I Marcia Avant, Louise Waldron Mary Miss B. Kettl. Feb."'26 7S.5 4S.5 .193 than 150 visitors a day in Clewiston roads will mean more buildings for

'\ 1 1last fire.each scout cooked her own break;I I Bush, Mae' Lilly Stone, Betty Spicer1.Vesta I Other numbers In the show are bo- Feb. 27 82. 51.5 .173 since the opening of the 1930 grinding Clewiston It is pointed out for with

them I Allen, Margie Harvel, Jewel ing rehearsed and the "Scandals"will Feb. 28 78 53 .155 season on January 6. I the comparatively small, amount of

'v Many. of enjoyed a dip in the j I Lowe. Leola Mountain, Roberta George include monologues, quartettes, March 1 73 5G .077 This figure according. to local people business today the local hotels have

lake and several tests were conducted -" Emma Laura Bethea and Carolyn playlets and ,.song and dance num March 2 81.5 60 .189 will be more than treble when I been filled to capacity several nights
: by the troop I loaders. I II I Hawkins. I.
bers. March. 3 84 44 .358 roads leading to the north and west each week.I .







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I'AGtf TWO '1 I CLEWISTON NEWS, CLEWISTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1930
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The Clewiston News I average woll-drossed folks you see.... In .New York, Seattle, Tusla, Des Moines 1 ..... ... -- .......... -----... --, I
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Successor to The Clewiston Progress! I or Salt Lake City. : .' ". CLEWISTON FOLKS '

office at QUESTION-"What did it? 7' I \ 1 ,
Entered as second-cIaes matter February 8, 1928, at the- post ,, .

I Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 2, 1879. \ ANSWER-"NATIONAL-.... NEWSPAPER. I,' ADVERTISING." ', : THE HOTEL TA-MSAMI l lJ


: LOUIS A. MORGAN ...........>. Publisher ..'
MIAMI'I, FLORIDAWELCOMES :

TOM\ SMITH........................,...............................:::..........."...... Editor, KLIPS. AND KRACKS '.
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By.;Russell Kay .
Subscription Rates, ,-, i ,
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, By mail outside ol Florida By mail in Florida .r" "-. :t- I I. The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South.
; One VV ?. 'o\' $2.50: One year $2.00 .Don't 'confuse the sowers of WILD OATS with our'FUTURE FARMERS..
year -.. '
c. Six months : ; : .' 1.50 Six months 1-00 .. Storage Space Across Street European Plan
1.25' Three .75
'. Three months .' .' -. ..months -- News item; A 'load of 'VPOD', from Washington is expected to arrive in
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1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. ,. +F .."

of the hignvays for local transportation and concentration ,
2. Early completion .
of products. \ And now the EXCHANGE. seems to be' in the". WANTED column.. ,' CLEWISTON CAFETHE

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and, ,I 1 ..' "ii, } 1. .- .:. -.
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other products of this region to the northern markets. ". .. ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN GREATER I ICLE
association for both In the end of the day, all this talk about improvlng-'our. : dairy herds is
marketing
, 4. The full functioning of a. cooperative. ', fVIS TON
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: buying and selling purposes. nothing' but a matter of first class jiull. \ .v .
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i: FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1930 I ''. '

:' Cheer up girls, there's many a- ball player' with a ,run'in' .1 his/sock.. We serve only the best the market affords

..; THIRTY-SIX STATES REPRESENTED ", i ;
( : REGULAR DINNERS-SHORT ORDERS
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' Little Jack Horner $"' '"' r''t.' '''<" I<, :;,<.:iS'1. / ..,:..,: .. .: ", \
I ; ... .- : ',' \ OYSTERS A SPECIALTY
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visitors who made ; : :: ;, ;- ;-<,... t 4
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six states were represented in/the/ number of. p' ,, ,t t :;, \-r. .
\ Thirty : Sat In ,the corner, jf' ." ,fJy': V;: ".?QL,... ; : : (
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week to the .
during the past see operations .
the northern Everglades '
the trip into The taylor was pressing his pants,. ..;, .. : . j:. ; '. ,,;.';I Home Made Pies /
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cane : ,:' ':;..,. : ,
Southern Sugar\ Company and to visit the largest sugar ;' : I I '
.... of the But he didn't. sit long, &: ,:';<.' '..:7 "" ,':;'I rV'v'lV1: ": S'i'. "" Erioy tour Sunday, Chicken Dinners At. !
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f '.. factory in the Unite States at Clewiston. For a wasp with a prong *. '. ,,- ....;. ':_'; ;../I'. \ ..r,.
::':: has more expensive cars during the past few months than :: c,; .\.. .... .. t', '.r'' ;. ,...l. <,;,_ '." The decision Cafe-The. Home of Good Coffee. '
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Clewistou seen Took his seat when he got up to dance. ? ..w.c "..'.:,:::---l\: ".,;.. .
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,': That these people representing the prosperous : : ---- _
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Florida will talk Everglades on '
: resident in
winter ,
;: type of Federal'Government
., Florida MUST be good whentbe sends, a, delegationInto

;, the north is an unquestionable fact but there is an even more significant :'l'
'/, to i ( the Everglades to try and find. a place, to PARK. ..
.' the winter resident in Florida is no longer content .';:.:' I
' message which is that i
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' tQ.. 'lazily pass his, vacation in tho' tourist centers; He is becoming' more interested A Carilloneur Is a \, that'can, : step up to a bunch of BELLS and'' get I II

: I Florida to offer. .'' 'fr--;: '-,', Sk
. of what has v
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in learning more '
.- each 'year \ : '-1'' : '
'em TOLLED. -.fi .
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ocean
, Instead of rising late, enjoying a dip J r i
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in the afternoon and a dance at night, 1 he as a general rule is studying ,Flor how these candidates whore so"doggone particular about I
It's funny -
Tampa, I Miami>< and West Palm Beach :

;. ida and summing up *the opportunities. it offers., having a UNION label on their circulars before. election, never give the i '

... ,. To Clewiston. :
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have scarcelysbeen scratched while dairying and
Agricultural possibilities '
. matter a thought at any other thime. -
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'tY" poultry farming also offer almost unlimited opportunities., And in thinking "


in terms of agriculture he must naturally turn to the Everglades. The fact According to Peter O. Knight, if we don't get that appropriation, we may EXPRESS SERVICE FREIGHT RATES

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; that an. occasional frost wipes out the possibility of a-, farmer's profit is not have to change the name of the Fruit Growers Express to the' MediterraneanFlyer. / I
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i insurmountable obstacle to farming but merely a problem which must : :.
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SERVICE STATION
be solve'cl by overhead irrigation: or other means. Pitiful as the sight is of 1 \

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a frost 'burned bean or tomato field that very sight must stir the imagination LEGAL NOTICE ... Local Representative>< .

of one Interested in eliminating the frost hazard in winter farming In I
In Justice of Peace Court. First DR. J. C. NOWLING HERALD LINES I UNITED LINES

. the Glades-Frost does not harm sugar' cane; i on the other hand a'cold snap District Hendry County, State. of 615-19 Platt St. 391 N. W. 24th Street

Florida. Hopkins Building, 'TAMPA, FLA. MIAMI, FLA.
,': increases the sugar content in the plant so the frost hazard constitutes no i Ansa M. Hopkins, et vir, W. A. Hop I CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ? PHONE 21011
kins, plaintiff, vs. Universal Markets
problem in the sugar industry. It is strictly a problem for the farmer. I defendant. ,
,: and E. W. Stappleton, I ....
roads already built and construction of many more I I Under and hy virtue of an execution ,
With many good I, issued in' the above stated c se.1: \-.. -.-. --. .., -_.- )-\-R.

planned''by the state and, by the counties in the Glades during 1930, visitors I II out of the above Court, I will seccVt;; > I -........ -.---- -
in front of the Ci't ,
traveling into new territory will see an even creator area and seeing it will : public .door outcry In Clewiston, Florida !I II j : :I : .i : ;' : ::: : :: :
\ ''. I i I I in House said Count or, on Monday the 14th day'i ., ;. ,: C ':',' \.,:: '. ::i:t.:., f ::; 1.6 ;; : / <;< : .:;, .. ; ; 0." '" '

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b.impressed. of April 1930, at 10 o'clock A. M., to ,I '<" ,., .. 1.- .... .
-f. Adequate water 'control and transportation have been two of the main ] the highest bidder for casr, the following -I r .
. property to-wit: I 1'i + : ;?,i7' '; i.dvgi'! 1 ..,
obstacles In the path of success for this section, and with thousands of All of the propertp and effects of I ,,yr
the Universal Markets and of E. W. ,
acres under water control -good road completed and more under way the I Stappleton doing business as Universal -

Markets: in Clewiston. Hendrp
future for the entire northern Everglades looms more promising than ever. Florida.
County,
Said sale to be made under said

writ and by rjlrtue of an order from

Athletic minded people of Clewiston or'', rather Clewiston of ath- the Court date Feb. 17, 1930 A. D., on
sponsors :('.,,i r A- ..,'r '
account of the Distress warrant for '" /t' a ; ;
letics have in the First -bank of Clewis ton some $92.50 which was raised by the collection of rents due the plain ; || ; :

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popular subscription several months ago for the purpose of getting a basket J. G. HcGeheo' ': 7i. l '. '

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ball team started in town. The money was donated. each donation carefully (
Dated April 17, 1930.
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accounted for and the total amounting to approximately 92.50 deposited in I i '
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the Clewiston bank. W. E. r KEEN 1'-:;:; ", WINTER MONTHS ARE RADIO MONTHS : ,:..y :':, :

Surely an athletic fund of almost $100 should be. used and with the base. Certified Public Accountant I .' .' .....'. fi

ball approaching it might be possible, with the approval of the donors. i :<.; );' <'. lri.; c..r'r .J' .. \ '. ,'.:2--: ; L.
season. 217-218 Harvey Bldg. Phone 2-0522 ... :_ :., I : : A:.. ._ : .< .:.: ( \ ... '.. It.
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to user this fund for baseball. However the of these lines is not to I ,; ':'; ., _.. .. ., .. ':- "
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dictate the disposition of the fund but merely to get the opinions, Clew ,I :. ;

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istonites, on the matter The Clewiston News will be glad to open its columns '
i WANTED '' ;; THIS'IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING -
to discussion of the disposition of this .
,a money. : 1 ; .
Man for farm work. ,}',
F. Schubert :' THE WORLD'S NEWS EVERY EVENING

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DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK? AT HOME OVER ONE OF OUR. ;. .:
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\ By Edson R. Waite, Shawnee, Oklahoma. .' :;'u ,: -:/; :,;;..',

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Carle D. Brown, National Advertising: manager of the Salt. Lake Tribune, (Dentist) ';'". i ;' .oJ. \ '1> \ /'flJj,'i .

says: j, .. ; LABORATORY., Jr; : : :: '. < : .!, :>'
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"What has become ot: Silas, with his boots, baggy trousers, coat'' too"short, : :>" ReA :: !
Hopkins Bldg. V I:1 J/ ;: ;: RADIO ;:: '\ ; ::'ifJ ';; "

old straw hat, and his. whiskers, and hayseed. in his hair? Fla. .'.5Clewiston I E ::::: ; :: 1 1i' (

"I'll tell you! Here ho comes with a neat Hart, Steinblock &. Kuppeu- l ,I > : 1 .

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'heimer, suit on, all pressed a Stetson hat,, Florsheim shoes and the latestin I''S ':./ ..d.ASK: ABOUT OUR PAYMENT.PLANS.. :>J:., :

ties, shirts and socks. Looks like a ''Kansas City banker (or bettor) don't I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE .,. :.; {, .) .',.." .. "/ 0 {,' '
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"Do you remember when most anyone from a farm /:01' 'country' town s ; ,. ; ,, : .,: .\' ;:

could be spotted instantly by their clothes. Sure-some twenty or more ; :

years ago. And the city. slicker'could as easily be recognized by his I style.; I \, :

\ I : CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMP kNYl:: .
"But who can tell 'em ,apart now! The small town has its stores with uptotheminute :

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merchandise-the, same kind of radios, top coats, gloves,,shirts I \ I
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and. luggage sold. in the larger cities, and its' workmen, farmers and businessmen I
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are. smartly tailored and well groomed. .1' .
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"And, by the way, the' old 'hick' town is just about gone where Silas has \ Paste y .r. ,
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-'went.'. Across tho country by motor or train or plane you can see small Easily Kills .. ; ... : .. ;;
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cities, smart clean, bright, with concrete pavements, stores with fine fronts Rats Mice, Cockroaches, .. '.' ;. .
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Waterfmgs, .
parks and well-kept lawns that bespeak prosperity. ) /
After eating it they run for I. J
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!"And these. citizens-well, they know all about the. latest talkie, the .new water and fresh air to die out- "

est' styles. best books,' songs and the last word in how to serve dinners. and side. Used by housekeepersfor J
50 years to get rid of these I I I' 1I

play golf.. greatest known food destroyers ,' .. .
and disease carriers.'
"Silas'may wear boots and overalls.. when he works, but when he comes ,
a Oz Size 350- 15 Oz Size 81.50 (

to town he rides in a modern car 'and both his wife and himself look like the MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS \ I -----. --.... .. P _LI







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, FRIDAY, MARCH 7.. 1930 CLEf VIS TON NEWS. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA Tsl"UE THREE
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i ii :. RURAL COMMON SENSE the outlook report and other factors, :

DAHLBERG SUGAR OPERATIONS TOLD ''it seems to me they might well raise age.Round worms are a troublesome I j I a fresh pasture.. they should be
I HOGS OFFER FLORIDA I some hogs, and grow some corn and hauled. After '
pest of pigs. Tho pigs should never they aro four monthsold
I[ NEWS LETTER FROM WASHlL1G"1'QPJRecovering FAMRERS A CHANCE TO peanuts for hog feed. Tho hogs can bo allowed to become infested with however they may bo put on per- '
I MAKE MONEY IN 1930 harvest their own feed at little cost. t I
i I worms. To prevent this, give the sow t manent pasture and with'other pigs.
Two litters of pigs a year can be a '
I I good scrubbing all over with soap
of ,Everglades landsOS There appears to be absolve confidence A well known humorous author has I raised, and the best time to havo and warm water a few days before
I in the Florida delegation in made famous the expression, "Pigs these litters farrowed Is in the spring she is to
ard the extent of the sugar opera farrow, and just before fih
tions o? the Dahlberg Sugar Cane Congress that the State is on the way la pigs." The expression, "Pigs I I and in the fall-April and September. is put into a clean farrowing pen bed

InJu3tri:: In the northern Evergladeswere to become one of'the world factorsin I mean money," should become famousto These two months are also good ones ed with fresh straw. The pigs are.farrowed I

recounded in a news letter, i making the United States independent } Florida farmers this year.' The for selling six months old shoats, as in this clean pen, and after I Ij

: mailed to newspapers throughout ,the 1 1 of all foreign countries in United States Department of Agriculture prices are usually highest1' then. i| they are a: few days old and strong J!
: producing Its own sugar. Employment has issued a report on the Every pig farrowed this spring
country by the National Industrios ] enough to be moved, they and the
i News Service of Washington. I|its i already being furnished to thousands agricultural outlook for the year 1930 should bef, raised Precautions should sow should be hauled (not driven) to f p
'! of laborers in the new Florida and the prospects for most crops are betaken to prevent them from get- clean 1
In cpnnectlon ,,with the northern I a pasture preferably a legume 1
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i Everglades the ne-vvs letter read as j(h sugar' fields, and with the' aid of I not any too bright. However the outlook ling mashed to death by the sow, or pasture, which has not had hogs on 1I 1I I
follows: scientific methods of harvesting that indicates that prices for I, Jgf from perishing from other causes. it since it was cultivated. Keep the I
are being introduced Florida expectsto should hold up well during the : ar, T"'. ;n the pigs should be well cared pigs on this clean pasture until they I
RECOVERING THE EVERGLADESAt i solve the, great economic problem Just. now Florida farmers'are .:sting :Oi ":id made to grow: fast. Most eco- are, at least four months old. After 0 1PAk

present the famous Florida Everglades of domestic sugar production-a rn-![ around for. something to do- nomical gains are made when the pig they reach this age, they, are not so
I furnish the stage for a ,great suit that seems almost, too inarrelous some crop on which they can make Is young, and the shoat should, be 'subject to be troubled by worms. ; ,

drama showing agricultural restora- to anticipate. 1 some money this yei r. ('ci.idering ready for: market at six months of : If it is desired: to move the pigs to

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Florida is of coral formation, withno '''''''''''' _"....,, .._"> "" =>"' "' '''-r",,,. =__ -
high elevations, and In the Southern --i F I

part are vast swamps, the Ever- .
glades, which are being drained and : ,,1 i I S

provided with roads to make available I [ '. ." ,, (
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braces 4,927,759 acres of which I-1 ,.:.,..."".'f .,,, :t'A: : T
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I quarter is owned by the State and .. ; ; :' ',{ .. N ALYZE; : THE: ; '" "<, ', .r '
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valued at $105,000,000. Senator Flet- : : : ; .
cher of Florida has faith In the claim : : : ;:,;:: .. ;: :, ,
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that is being made by others that "
I the Southern States are to become .

! America's "sugar bowl." All the developments -
!I seem to show that the A"1" '
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{ y rich black muck soil of the Ever- .
glades Is singularly suited to the I -

I ; growing of sugar cane. Senator Fletcher -I
1 quotes 13. G. Dahlberg, who has

large Florida and Louisiana sugar .....: .. '. \ ,
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I developments; as follows: "Attemptsto .' '.," :
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i drain the Everglades by canals, I '. ; S E:; D A: B. ,': ?< .
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needed the adoption of the 'engineering ,'. _,>...: .. ,., 'J'" ,. .
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r, substantial levees or dikes. \around :, iw lJiJ@I9 ::: tV: ,,'
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Ii{ the area to be reclaimed, the digging ; \ ::\ .i Hffff '. '. "

,r of the proper Installation ditches of powerful and laterals pumas, and to '. :,;>. tils, cmu/o he llnn slt. lJ u.tl1fl e ufi1J tDfJ(2 diiffereEllJ @ ,. } l.i:: '"., ...

: handle surplus, surface water In emer '

:\ gencles waste, resulted land into In turning a luxuriant this hitherto garden I : .::';; 'by e rtlJ.qg" cDuJUJ'gffS OHI rtlFJ@ l! elSJ CflJlJOl1 l1O l1-e-sell ... .'r\ '" ,: i .

under complete water control." .' .1 I'i '{{...j(.;,> ;.:; \ '.' /.!.{ .':'...\::: :, :< /

While Solving Congress a Food has Problem been devoting :'..: i'\ :%.'::':'. '-''". it rtS@J1Hlte. @lllJt8. @lls@ mJd to@ liigiIL UjERMANENT lblloice .,,: ,, ',> ... ',>.':: ,J

weeks and months to discussion !. ... ;\ ( .'
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.,olher, article of food a few far-seeing, : :, v ;.:
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! 1 problems sugar by agriculturaland I. ,. value is 'always better(; than a temporary : ; You may not get ,the largest used-car allowance "
economic methods. Senator flet-
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cher of Florida has had published in i it I _r- bargain in the purchase of an"automo from the Ford dealer, but that very fact should It
,the Congressional Record a state-I.I I.

I ment by B. G. Dahlberg, which wads. l bile. It pays to look ahead and consider reliabilityand give you confidence that you are receiving full ..

1 "H has been rightly said that no
tion is independent in fact unless na-I ultimate; up-keep costs, as well as, comfort, value in the new car. Ford charges arc not marked: .-

produces within Its own boundaries
safety speed and beauty of line and color. increased trade-in allowance
the necessary foodstuff to feed its up to cover high .
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i own people. We here in the United "
i Since most automobiles are bought for old ;
States produce practically all such replacement on I your car. '
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I, tion foodstuff of sugar.with" the important I excepI :the value set on your used car is a factor'in' .' Because. there is no waste, extravagance or undue -

f The sugar beet Interests seem to''I almost every purchase. Frequently it is given an profit in manufacturing distribution or selling,' 1 :
have reached the peak of their pro f

I duction, while Louisiana sugar cane importance beyond its true worth. every dollar you pay for a Ford brings a full dollar 1 .
l slipped backward through long con- .. "

! I tinued in-breeding, but by crossing r Used cars 1I 1 have'a definite market .value and you. in return. In lower first cost, in reliability and long
the
product with Javanese and other '
: foreign' grown canes the Louisiana ''I i are justly entitled to an allowance based on that life, in the low ,cost of operation, service and .. ;

j', fields are now producing a vigorous ,
I value. It is not fair that receive less.' It is
not the Ford will much
f you replacement
I crop and are securing greatly Increased (I / parts, save you
tonnage of sugar per acre. ,. '
I I, Florida has' been attracting attention I to your best interests to receive more. more, than the seeming difference in trade allowance.

in the past half dozen years by I ,
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i ;f its In achievements the letters of in Mr.sugar Dahlberg production.in- IT,F. a dealer. pays you more than the true' worth of FURTHERMORE,,. at least $75 extra value is given. to ,

s i, troduced into the Record by Senator the car he must either re-sell it to some one else in the new Ford in the Triplex shatterproofglass '
Fletcher there is contained a further, you :

statement: "We hero in the United at too high a price or make the difference : '
1 up on windshield, the Rustless Steel, the five steel-, ,,
,I States are capable-that is, we have

Jthe lands, climate, the required labor the new car. This he cannot do unless he is allowedan spoke wheels, and the four Houdaille hydraulic :

?., and ,machinery-of producing a very
U large amount of the sugar consumedby excessive profit on the car or on financing,'extra double-acting \ shock absorbers. The unusually
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the country. Florida's representatives ,
'I J r+ I in Congress are optimistic : I equipment and other charges. In either case, 'you large number of ball and roller bearings> and, the l

l that national independence in the '
pro
i i.: dactlon of sugar as a foodst1 ff,1 pay the bill, for no way lias yet been found to give extensive use of fine steel f.orgings.instead.. of .

'. through pactlcal agriculture, will be \
r solved In the Southern States. something for nothing. The money, -must. come castings or stampings, are other features. that show "'
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i t I By the ancient methods by which from somewhere.. ... ,. ';..' the extra quality built into the Ford car. '
Holland has drained Its lands and .,' : ::".
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maintained marvelous productivityof I

its soil, the baffling problem which ; t

has defeated all attempts to recover Roadster, $435 Phaeton, S440 "', Tudor Sedan, $500 Coupe, $500 Sport Coupe, $530 .

!, the Everglades seems at last to have .
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been solved. In a single section on Two: window Fordor, Sedan, $600 Three-window Fordor Sedan, $625 Cabriolet, $645 'Town Sedan, $670
Lake Okeechobee a, new development .

I produced 12,000 acres of sugar cane > '. All prices f. o. b. Detroit. Convenient low lime payments arranged through the Universal Credit. Company. .
for grinding in new mills In December. ..
This mill has 4,000.tons. daily capacity '4

i Twenty thousand additional. '
, I acres are now being planted In the \ F.OR.D MOT@R ( @ !IPANY '

same development, and the analysis .<" I ;.' .
'I of the sugar content indicates a yieldof

about 35 to 50 tons per acre, whIch .
'It Is expected to Increase In a year r -

4 or two to 40 to 60 tons per acre, with .'
< a sugar content from 11 to 13 per / I .. I >
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same section will supply: an addition- J

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THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY IS NOW OPERATING THE LARGEST SUGAR CANE FACTORY l,;

,! IN AMERICA. CAPACITY 4,000 TONS OF CANE DAILY
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'I If THEY ARE NOW HARVESTING CANE FROM 12,500 ACRES. :':( : ; .'<:<>"'; "" :" -e.!:

.. .j THEIR OPERATIONS EXTEND FROM CANAL POINT TO MOORE HAVEN.-1. '| "i'1' }:::; ;:, :, :': ':;:i 1',;; "" -m

: .. BEING PLANTED FOR' NEXT YEAR'S)':? !
, + 1 25.000 ADDITIONAL ACRES OF SUGAR, CANE ARE NOW f1; 'fi

il, ,. GRINDING. ,. : .;!;\1('"c..."...', I I
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Center of Cresst- \ i
Served by Atlantic Coast Line Railway, :
Southern Sugar Company,
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land in the world ,
muck
The richest ><
Fort Myers
? :: State Highway between West Palm Beach and :'
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Miles opavea streets, Is served by its own electric light and water ..' :, ,>1 i
.. i ton, Center of the Everglades trucking> center, ,:
Collier lines to West Palmr :: c
bus service over ;;
service Daily
renders efficient "' (
exchange '
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Two Built Gasoline StationsWomans Brick Yard ', :; ; I
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\ Accredited i Junior High Jewelry Store : .
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'<(,;:;'.',:. High School and Crammer School One Whclc'ale Fish Company '< .... ( I .
I "!'- .' Parent Teachers Association ; : ,Two MachineShops.&t., ;.:, ; ::. .-:-.,
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'4:' < Four Holds Soulrern terminus Atlantic Coast Line .. .. I .'' :\:. .. /
";0, Two Restaurants ., Railway .' '. .,:>::;.;, Ladles Aid SocietyClewiston .,. Marine Ways > >.? .:.
? ''.' ),; Social Club i "," Flee Automobile Tire' Dea/ers'-/ .:.''... ...... ., ; ,:::::. ,
One Electrical Shop
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Five Filling Stations. :-A ; : ."/ 1 .
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T"i I'' Plant } Clew/ ;ston Home Building Association; Two Insurance Agencies -;:>fi'-: ;; !:.': ;,
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Two Packing Houses :,'V,.= Boy Scouts A. .f One Abstract Company' ., < ::r -<,
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Two Department Stores ; < :; .. -
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One Hardware > 'v., .. : .
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One Men Furnlih'mg .
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:, Two Furniture St9res' :,1' ,,- .l. ',0 ." ..1, :)';A t I' _..
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Serves the entire territory covered by the operations of the Southern Sugar company: The population In this territory is 20,000 ; r 1.nom.]. Clewiston, Belle Glade, South Bay Pahokee and Canal Point. The average weekly payroll of the Southern
covering Moore Haven, ,, ',.. ...
Sugar Company. in this section Is over $40,000 each week. ,
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that comes Into this territory from the production of vegetables each season. k ; :
to estimate the amount of money y
It Is impossible dollars w a" ,/r 'er'r f.
of are -
thousands
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winter months. Hundreds of
States the
'vegetables to feed the United during
This section produces enough .
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reflects the growth annd prosperity of thl s.commu nlty,. and enjoys the largest, NET. PAID CIRCULATION OF a,' Y ?+. ;, .* ,A, ,+ ? ,
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.t' By The Way Have You Heard? Company made the trip by plane from I If you wish to prevent citron, raisins A pinch of soda, uut in green vege \ FOR RENT
; Louisiana with P. G. Bishop, operat- tables while they are boiling makes Front
i ;'" or currants from sinking to the : apartment of three rooms,
: -.1' ing vice president of the Southern string beans deliciously tender, keeps modern in
.' bottom of your cake, have them well new Hay Building. Will
Miss Marcia Avant entertained rents Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ames Sugar Company and he said that the warmed in the oven before adding the fine. color of spring peas. and furnish for nice tenant. Apply Apartment

"' members of the Clewiston troop of Mr. and Mrs. Ames will meet their appearance of the cane fieds and mill 'them to the batter. I ---. .-bliase' to scot in about half. I I No. 4. S

,, Girl Scouts at her home Friday after daugheter in Tampa where she will from the air and the general plan of.I the usual time I I 3-7-2tp

} noon. Games were enjoyed and deli arrive by boat from New Orleans. Clewiston was gratifying. I I II '__-___---

cious refreshments were served. I I "I have read considerable of Clew,I t

Among those present were the Dave Alston spent a day in Tampa iston nnd the sugar industry in the ': -v.

'. Misses Louise Waldron, Mary Bush, last week on business. northern Everglades, and arriving by::1 ,

Mae Lilly Stone, Betty: Spicer, eVsta I plane I had an excellent opportunityto Ii I \ .." '
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..' Allen, Marcia Avant, Margie Harvel, Pnnllo in t tjin eighth grncte of the get a picture of the entire western !. S S S : .. I

I' Leola Mountain and Jewel Lowe. Clewlstou school having completedtheir end of the development. The cane ,<.,0'- :.

Four new members accepted in the course in American history at looked fine from the air and I was 'I ANOTHER ivirn ; : ',: '. ;

troop were Emma Laura Bethea, Evelyn mid-term have taken up the study of even more highly pleased In a sub ; I III

Roberta agriculture., 1m Beardsley who has automobile t
Hare, Carolyn Hawkins and sequent inspection trip by '
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George. had years of practica experience Sn through the cane fields." At the recent meeting of the home building association ;" '

agricultural work in this section will Mr. Burt was aso enthusiastic over I II :
conduct the class. I ag& :. 2k dividend at therate of seven per cent annum was
Clew- the general plan of Clewiston.
Wllber Dyess who is leaving I
iston was honor guest at a farewell I "Growth of the community luring: \ (I:t=lared.
: I Captain F. Deane Duff and L. A. "
the next few he said, "will
party given Friday night at the home years
:Morgan, Jr., were in Okeechobee I reflect the wisdom of guiding the .
,; of Mrs. N. C. 'Store-. Refreshments '' With payments as low as fifty cents a week you can
business'
Thursday on according to
h' consisting served.of nut cookies and punch I I I I plan community's and the. growth beautification program start an interest bearing account with this responsible or-

were I Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and .
A* feature of the evening's entertainment you are following will pay handsome ganization.
.. Bobble and Dickie, attended the I
was specialty dancing by sons, dividends ia beauty and comfort in'
Palm Beach Fair Saturday. I
_' I Louise Waldron, Roberta George and county years to come. The newnine, hole

Jewel Lowe. I I golf course is a wonderful peiece of : ,. v.
.o' '; : .
M. W. Bigg and R. Y. Patterson ;.
:- Among the guests were Wilber Dy- I: were in West Palm Beach Thursday work_ and I, am sure is already" a bier :';',':':';,:-'.: .,;,.;_.0." '.t."' '.."'v.,,"; '('<..,.-....I'o.,:: ;. .. ..:.. ..-;-,....... ,', MAIL COUPON NOW
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,' Alonzo W. Sias, Richard White, asset to the community. 'I

I Gene ess Refer, Joe English, Dr. J.. W. on drainage matters.Mr. During his visit in Clewiston, Mr. I : /. .. : j j- :/ CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING AS-

Ezelle, Herbert Blate, Gladys Nowl- Burt Is a guest at the home of his ;. ". ):'' SOCIATION
the "
and Mrs. E. F. Powers of !
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Jewel Lowe, brother.in-law and sister', Mr. and Mrs j :. ..
ing, Louise Waldron, < ,.- i ; Clewiston Fla.
E., F. Powers Construction Company i .'. 5- :> j.:,U:: : :tt > .' '.' t
Roberta Frank M. Wright. :
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Williams,
.Sus Bates, Jamye < .
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home .
dinner guests at the I > .
I were : ; : : .. :'f. Gentlemen I am interested In
.. ''George, Dorothy Deam. Vesta Allen, Mr. Mrs. H. A. Sunday. I 'r" .: .: '< ./.'.:" :'.'.'> .( .. .
and Bettor S ... :: OJ : ::: ; your easy plan for. saving. Without
Wallace Allen and Elsie Hare. I ... ,', ': : '", .;. ,- ', : '
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;:: _"'\)' ?.l\; : .: obligation to me please send me full
C. A. Jackson entertained 31 STATES ARE REPRESENTED : i r
Mrs.
New pews installed in the Clew clubat IN MILL VISITORS ;'' ,: ,, f I information.J I
the Clewiston social
members of :
L\i\ : [ 'r.c: ; \
l I'p r dedicated ton Community at the church services were Sunday formally The I i iI I her home Wednesday afternoon the (Continued from Page 1) .1 : :( : > NameAddress : : .....: '..... ...'u..... .

decorated for i Refreshments were served during \ .' ',J". -} .. ..tll' "..- I,...', .. j \ ..........-...........-........
i' church was beautifully meeting. Those present were Mesdames -. I ,;" :' : : : ,. I
;.'. the .,occasion, Mrs., R. Y. Patterson. Franc Howard, M. W. Bigg, them friends., } .: : -

.. ", and Mrs. 9. A. Jackson being ir'l Jesse F. Tippey, J. R. Alston, WilliamG. Through the courtesy of the"''I ,," tf.t..Irt.>.J. -\." ... "
:. charge of the decorations. The various ern Sugar Company each ; V
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J. G. All-
Ames, L. A. Morgan, : '
I,;: societies in the church have hands, Dick C. Miller and C. A. Jack presented with a small sample of raw I .\. '.< \.. I
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been working to have new pews installed -I sugar but no small retail sales are ,/ ,
., son. ; .
: THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN-
r. :: for some time and throughb' made, the raw sugar being shipped' in 1 .

the cooperation of B. M. Beach and SUGAR BOOTH 6VNSTHIRTEEN I trainload lots to the refineries in Savannah -I Clewiston Phone 101 Florida
nersonell ,ol ,
f other members of the PRIZES Ga. .

the Clewiston Building Material company The fact that the number of visit

"r,' the labor cost was kept to a (Continued from page 1)) ors is steadily increasing is believedto ,

h" minimum. Cost of the new pews will I j be a result of the enthusiastic comment f't

"'. be defrayed thioucth: popular subscription stout stalks of cane serving as legs. of those who visited the factory .,

':i it was stated. I In addition to the various, uses to I Iwhich earlier.1 in, the grinding( season. I
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the sugar cane--\as put .
._... Miss Kathryn Ames, daughter of ( stalks brought in from the Clewis ton I
'Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ames will the
1; S \ and Canal Point fields added to

take part in the A A. U. swimming effect and several 5 foot stalks of

meet to be held in Miami next week. U. S. Seedling 1694 cane drew many

,Miss Ames who is a membe- ,the favorable comments from, visitors. '
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Woman's Swimming Association teamis The booth attracted thousands of ; i

now in St. Augustine. She will I visitors vho .' wero given samples ,of R 930 .
in Palm Beach Saturday and \
swim
raw sugar produced at the Clewisiton I '
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'j. -Miami, Sunday. factoryThe .- .J j ,; 'I J,2e M uozsfLine .

.classifications under' which. TI j
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Members of the Ladies Aid Society to the
'+" ; first prizes were warded ;
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Community
Qf, tilt Clewiston Southern Sugar Company booth were :
the officers to Tami// i
church will announce as follows: L rv'
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: association during the '
the -
serve General Best Exhibit of Sugar cane I : -
coming year. The nominating cotnrt -I I Group S, manufacturing, anrl --.- .<-d I ">ti o U \ #x r *

, mittee to name the candidates in- industries; best ten stalks of Simpson ( 4'r

cludes Mrs. Claude: L.. Downs, Mrs. I cane; best ten stalks of green j ;= //Jr (\ \ SBJL I
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and Mrs. Dick C. Miller. / / v i
W. T. Bailey cane; best ,ten stalks of Ribbon cane; | '
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best ten stalks of Red cano; best ten :
Mrs. B. M. Beach. was hostess:: Tues "
best ten % *
stalks of Crystallina cane; Hl *
i .. day afternoon to members of the Bible stalks of D-74 1 cane; best ten stalks
class at her home on Sagamore 4
of Imported Japanese cane; and best
Mrs. C. C. Mansfield of In
avenue. : varieties. :
/I ten stalks of other cane
Ind. who is visiting her I
dianapolis, First prize was also awarded to the
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of I 1 1. .I r e-Q 1r
daughter Mrs. B. Suds was guest
t Southern Sugar company for the I j :
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honor. t best hxhibit of sugar from cane and
I interesting;',I I ... .
Mrs. Mansfield gave an
and )
for the best exhibit of sugar cane J .-
talk on class work and on various |i cane products and for the best ten .J

)i ways of raising money. Her talk was, stalks of each variety not mentioned -S ..'. ; ,,

''I'' particularly interesting to those pres above. There were 17 varieties of Everglades JLi :' r :, '
f. : ent in view of the fact that the class II IIf. grown cane in the Sugar \ >.';;\ : .t ',- r---11 HE Petersburg Railroad, organized 100 years to successful railroad- operation..Each was imbuedwith \." ':' '-

r has started .a fund to pay for the Company booth.CELOTEX .".... '. i'.;" ::'(.: ;r go, was conceived by ,the people of Petersburg that loyalty to, the common cause that has .,... '

I new pews ,which have been placed, ... .'.' .. ". : .': "..: Virginia, as a means of increasing their made the "Coast Line Family" a reality. -1
in the church. '. ...,'.. ..'. :.' trade. It was built with funds, subscribed by1 the The ever lengthening rails of the Atlantic

Mrs. Beach served delicious. refresh EA/C//VEER/ I ...:." : .; ..... .: citizens and the city of Petersbug and by the Coast Line now make impossible the constant '.' .
'- MAKES PLANE TRIP y ,';". '.: State of Virginia. Its officers and j.iployees were contact between all officers and all employees, t
ments consisting of hot chocolate, .
;:':'. men who lived 'in Petersburg or the sections but. the "family" tradition persists as strongly .
cake and candy. She was assisted in (Continued from page 1) \,. .. '.> .::r' : .:: 'along the railroad. as it ever did and is the Coast Line's most ,".

serving by Mrs. E. C. Merchant. 1---, ..,.:: '.:'. Much the same is true of the other railroads ,valuable asset. 5 .5 '.
Class members present were Mesdames Burt, vice president of the Celotex -;, that were later brought together in the Atlantic Scores of Coast Line employees have never .

i B. M. Beach, C. C. Mansfield, I Company and the Southern Sugar '...:' Coast Line Railroad Company. worked for any other employer. Some families .

L. H. Crow, H. R. Hall, C. M. Allen, .- '. By far the larger number were built by local have given three generations of valued workers '

G. V. Hudson, S. T. Brooks, W. B. \. ", i initiative, mostly with local capital, to supply to the Coast Line organization. '." :

Surls, A. L.: Crow, E. C. Merchant, W. S IR 1r ', :' :. local transportation needs. Their officers were Thirty-four Coast Line employees have :

T. Bailey, F. II. Moreland and J. K. .:' 4' men prominent in local affairs ands their; employees J worked for the Company or its predecessors .:
I Baker. FOR i-: were drawn from the pick of the sub for 50 years, 1384 have served it 25 years ,' f. .
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i I, tI"":. YOUrHOUSEj< :....; .. I .. stantial people living along their rails. or longer. .' \ '

l' \ 4, <'..:-... Practically everybody in the sections they Officers and employees-the men who run the ,
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; D. B. McNeill, traveling freight v .,. in then Line for the from the
-- .: served had a direct personal interest Coast today-are most part
T r r agent for the Pennsylvania Railroad HOLD I :'.. -. railroads because they were owned and run by sections served by Coast Line rails. They know;1 .

. was a business visitor In Clewiston /i\ rIAUNOR ,..:. ', -:. people whom they knew. the country and the people; they know the trans- r

Wednesday. ) : ; t ", .: -:.) ,: 3 Railroad officers not only knew every employee portation needs of every industry. Many of them ....
J. SfRV\C "'''.l r'}.: -":,::" 2 by his first name but knew 'something own farms or are partners in various enterprises. :' .

Louis. A. Morgan. was a businessYIsitor CALL.... :. ';' .' s; about each man's family. Every employee knew All have a personal interest in the advancement Sand

in La Belle Wednesday. ,..:;;,.,,;:- ; all the officers. growth of the Southeast. .

THE CLEWISTON ..;(:>.J; r Common interest in their work, a common They and the Atlantic- Coast Line are part and ,
) \" pride in overcoming obstacles and making a ; .
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Another (
of the series of card par: ; thepeople
LAUNDRY CO. ,'.. ." good shov/ing for the Company, bound officers \
: ties for the benefit of the Clewiston .:. ,. ;,
: '. and other employees together. And as long as the Atlantic Coast Line can
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I Girl Scouts will be held at the Clew- The expense of hiring a washladythe t :. :r--, :.' : With the growth of the Atlantic Coast Line, attract to its ranks the same type of workersit

; 01 iston Inn next Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock cost of lunch, heat, soap, etc.-( '. ". : ;1.;: men who demonstrated their ability advanced to has been fortunate in having in the past it is

All residents of.the community are not to mention the worry, fuss and ':T .. : more: responsible jobs, until in turn -many of confident of its ability to render an increasingly '

welcome to attend. The card party is work-totals up to as much, If no*,' to I .. '. them became officers. Each brought with him valuable service, to the people and the industries -'- ,

sponsored by the Community Com- more than the cost of having your I I that intimate knowledge of the work so essential of the,Southeast. :-
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mittee of the local troop of girl family laundry handled by our Snowwhite 4 "
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i scouts. On the committee are Mrs. plan. Why keep vup the Presided .

I J. ,G. Allhands, chairman) Mrs. William do-it-at-home way? AlflANTDCCOA\Su' LINE

: G. Ames, Mrs. P. L. Williamson, .

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Dick C.I I I I. .. l r

\ '" Miller, Mrs. I-I. A. Bestor and Mrs. 1 I CLEWIS'TON S r- The Standard, Railroad, of the. South I ILt

W. S. Harvel. LAUNDRY! inc. P sr
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Mrs. Walker Stansell, Jr., of Shreve I I EL PASO AVE; _SAN BONITA,.ST.CtEMSTON .

.. .port,. La., accompanied by her baby FLORjDA This is the fourth of a series of advertisements by the Atlantic Coat fine Railroad, commemorating tfye
: ., son, Walker III, will arrive in Clew l t.. / '
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01 4 w !f centennial of its earJirft conf/itntnt company.- the Petersburg Railroad Company} '
; iston Sunday for a visit with her pa- your snowite undry .. ..,.,

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-.- -- Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rundell, !

I II VISITING THE NATION'S NE SUGAR BOWLNEW Lake Worth; Mr. and Mrs.F.. D. j I II

I ---- I Webster, Deland; L llian. Webster, I I Official. A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector .
Avon Park;' R 0. Hill, Braden Castle '
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T. II Freeman, Tampa; Mrs Henry ; ', '

McCoilde" Sebring; Mi. and Mrs.: E. M. P. BOGGS \ .. fl

Nehls, Lake. Worth I ; Mr. and Mrs.. '. .'.. \.

: Ellis. Miami; H S. McLenden, St. Augustine JEWELER ii

; 'Mrs E. J. Simons, West \ .
Palm Beach; R. M. Rhine and. J. N. : Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs

Thomas, West Palm Reach; Mr. and ; .

Mrs. 'B.. Hewson' Lake Worth; Mrs. Clewiston, .Florida. Hays B'Jd'g. I i I

Sadie M. Stear, Lake Worth; M. Ap-
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I plegate, H. J. Bell, J. Williamson, f,.

Wfnfer .haven; H. E. Marti nand A'I} .- I '

E Henderson, Orlando. '. ; ,
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Avisld Gordon, :Plant: City; 1\11's.1. 1' "

f I Gdo.. M. Hatch. G. M.''Hatch. Mrs' ,.,. E. ,.I '

Graham, 'V/st Palm, Beach ; Mrs. W. I .' : !

/" .. ....!!:s, r //7" C. Lord, Shawano.. I CROW BROTHERS '.
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JERSEY) I MARYLAND .' .. ington Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hill Boston :' OHIO
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Floyd A. IlancU Ida G. Hand and Mr. and :Mrs. E. E.I Cannon, Princess J J II. Eowden, Chelmsford; Mr. Mr. and. Mrs. .1,. H, Hauck, West 'c 0 N T RAe lO : : :
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Mrs. D. Robe: Atlantic City; F. W.. Anne, .Md. I,, and Mrs. H. B. Jones, Lynn; Mr. and Alexandria;! ; Mr. and Mrs. John W. : f

McCarty and C. J. McCarty, West- VIRGINIA !I I I Mrs. C E. Beche, Boston;. J. Stanley Newman. Dayton; Mr. and Mrs.. T. M .. (

field; James 1"'. Pierce, Bel mere; i I i \Vedlock, Arlington.; : Tracy, Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Clewiston. 1< I Fla. ... r
Ial'tin.Pelersb1.. I .
Mrs. Nat M. .) rg; .
Dorothy A Ilenlltt, Spring Lake; Mr. Woodring and Mr. and Mrs. F. Brauer -
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rivers Worsham, : FLORIDAW. \ t
and Mrs. Peevic, Belmere; Laura B.: I Cleveland; Mrs. George Weiscr, .
Norfolk; Mrs. W Worsham, Nor- A. Pool end R. A. Pool, Lake \. / t
Wilson, Sea Girt; Miss K. Sherwood, : Marietta; Mrs. Tomson U. Smith. \ (
folk; Mrs I, L. Sutherland, Richmond Worth; II. Gould, T. Gould and W. A I I ... 1
Hclraar Mansfield; E. N. Heston, Tt. L. lies-
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lyman, ; I ---
i Moffatt, Lake Placid; W. II. Cornwell ; 7. ; ;-
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Newman, Bridle : MAINE II I II ton and sos, Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. = : : .:. =- = : : ::.:: : .
. I I I West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. L. i '
Mr. and Mis. J, H. Jones, Red Bank; I Mrs. Edson Locke, Augusta; Mr. : T. D. Ranty, Wlckliffc; Mr. and 1\lrs'l :t..:
W. Picking, West Palm Beach; Mr.and '
Mrs. S. Emma Ross, Ocean Grove. {land' Mrs. Fred Trask, Augusta. C. A. :Walte, Dover; George '
Mrs.. II. A. Davis, Palm Beach;
I PURE MILK
I MICHIGAN I' Canton; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mayer, ; .
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CANADAMrs. Grant :Malian, Homestead; Mr. and ,;t*
Madeira Mr. and Mrs. Hoes, Cincin- > .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Er .man, Lansing 'II ; '.' .
C. Lloyd,, Toronto; Mr. and I Mrs. S D. Garwood, Ft. Lauderdale; t
{ Mrs. E. R. K6chlson, .
; D. C. Miller, Charleston; Dr.: natti!; Mr. and ;
Mrs. D Maynard, Leavington Ont.; i S. J Slight and E. B. Mays, Orlando; \ You always safe when
I land Mrs. W. M. Conn, Mason; M. K. Mr and: Mrs. F. C. Muggleston, Cleve are you buy'I
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Moss, Leamington I W. M. Kotchin, Ft. Lauderdale; Mr.
land A. H. Gray, Geneva.
Bissell and D. Anderson, Escanaba; I I: ;
Ont.: Hr. and Mrs. J H. Cappison and Mrs. Frank McIntyre, St.. Petersburg OUR PURE GUERNSEY MILK 'I
Mr. and Mrs. James Uucey, Detroit;
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Hamilton, Ont.; Botty Busby, Burling i ; H. P. Vannah, Shawano; R. B. >
Mrs. E. I. Hall, Lansing Mr
Mr. and ; ,
tpn, Ont.; Mrs. Elmer '!Misener, Wei- Renick, Lakeland; C. K. Vliet West 666 Clewistonites realize
( and Mrs. F. Eagau Detroit; Mrs.
land, Ont. Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
I Maud Palmer and Miss M. A. Palmer TabletsRelieves I been forced to
; Bradford, Jacksonville; E. E. Moore,
LOUSIANA I II j Detroit; Hugh A. Hagerty and N. M. supply the demand. ,
I Headache Neuralgia In
I Tampa; Mrs Oscar G. Davis, Palm a or
Mrs. Dennis P J. Burguieres and Spranger, Detroit; George and Gertrude -
30 minutes, checks 'a Cold the first
Beach; George B. Davidson, West
Mrs. Ida L Burguieres, New Orleans. Otter and II. A. Eldridgo and '
Palm Beach and Lillice Piper, Palm day, and checks Malaria In three
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MINNESOTA Gladys Eldridge, Kalamazoo; Mr. and j
Beach; Mrs. L. P. Cutler and S. C. days. CLEWISTON
C. A. Ruckel and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T H. Coleiiian, Rockford; Mr.
Lambert, West Palm Beach; Mrs. A 666 Also in Liquid
Kattenburgen Mnneapolis; Alice and. :Mrs. Chas. Reitenga, Kalamazoo
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i H. Ernst Lake Worth; Mrs. J. E. Jus -- -- !I! I
Ilerseth, Henry wu r, Milma Skull- ,J. M Nerman, Bay City; Mr and Mrs.
tin, Auburndale; Mr, and Mrs. Geo.
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, man, Mabel Armeson, Minnio Soder- L. J. DeLam, Pontia; Mr. and Mrs. I DR. V. B. SMITH -= = : : : == = : : : :: :: :: = ::: :: =: :: I,
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'I P. oRberts, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. L.I j| I'',
berg, Minneapolis: Mrs. Walter I. 1 Chas. Gibson, Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. i I ..roKY'-........ :: & ( ,
Suerly, ,Coral aGbles; Mrs. Chas. i iI j ChiropractorBELLE
Fisher, Minneapolis. iMilliken, Northport; Mr. and Mrs. W I
I I Walter Paurin, West Palm Beach; GLADE, FLA.Headaches.
SOUTH CAROLINA: ''H., Maxwell, St Clair. \ J'I
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I J. Kee, Daytona Beach. [
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Mrs. C. E. Bruce, Mrs. W. F. Mr. and MrsH.. G. Harris, '" stomach -
I I i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith, Lake .. ,
Smith, Miss Betty Harbaugh, Uart- Clemens; Mrs. Ada Harris, Mt. Clemens ? "V "'."::." ....
i I Worth; Mrs. Alice L. Todd and Mrs. L.:::.:;..::. : .: FOR DINNER I
vHlc; C. E. Black, Leesville. ; Mr.. and Mrs.. Fred Bush, Laden., l-: .f\. ,.t..-< .". liver and bowel,
Ellen R. Hamlen, West Palm Beach; 1:;:
NORTH CAROLINA Mrs. Maud Newbound, Potiac; Mr.'I I &;;
I I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fornoff, West ) troubles. Acute and
J. C. Harbaugh, Rockingham; J. G. and Mrs. Otto H. Ernst and :Mrs. :
Palm Beach; L. K: Wills, Lake Worth ".f. : :.' / -
Holt and I. S. Frost, Burlington; A. E Robert Zannath, Detroit I ;..:_" Chronic.
Mrs. J. W. Rider, West Palm Beach; 'i'ff..' .{ La' '" TO ARRANGE
Tate, High Point. WEST VIRGINIAMrs. $ -
I J. E. Cnshman, Harriet Bumgardner ; :
ALABAMAMrs. C B, Coleman, Charleston. : Day and Evening! FISHING OR
I and Bessie Bumgarduer West Palm ::-
L. E. Martin, Mrs. Emily Kirk KENTUCKY ti .. .. .
Beach; H. F. Phipps and L. C. ,Kirsch ,.. J'j ?" Hours
sey, Mrs. Chas. Burris, Mrs. C. Ross Lillian, S. Hottell, Louisvile; B. S. I --- .._- -_ ." .. I r '
Baker, Birmingham. i Hayes Hodgeville; Mrs. Mary L. = : : = : -=-:-=-: : : :=: :: ::==:::-=:-=:: :-:-=<:: : =: : : : : : : :. '
THE C L E W
TENNESSEENona Wyatt, Miss Martha Wyatt, Miss I :;

Shields and Louis Shields, Louise Wyatt, Paris; Mrs. B. T. Sims FOR R NT. .' :> CLEWISTON

Nashville. Luther; E. D. Farris and Maude '. ,
7n The Center of
r NEW HAMPSHIRE Farris, Murray; Mr. and Mrs. F. W. :
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Mr. and'Mrs. Frank Raton, NashanC. a. Barker, Paducah. .

Martell, Nashan. KANSAS On Cross State Highway _. .........

SOUTH DAKOTA .. '" Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Houser, Strawn..I IDEAL SPOT FOR POULTRY FARM I II ......... __..d ._ I
J. H. Shull, Alpena. B. F. Vail, !'Wichita?: !Mrs. Ralph Wilcox -

INDIANAC. Topeka. I 3 HOUSES-SHADE I II

H. Carlisle and Geo. T. Frank,:i ILLINOIS I II
BANANA LIME LEMON TREES I
Petersburg; J. W. Stonechild and I Chas. L. Pool, Bushnell; Mrs. C. A. I : "

Robert Stonechild, Indianapolis; Mr. I Evans and Mr. and Mrs. M.. P. Mc- 1I Highest Spot Along Lake .j -' .::: ': CABBAGES : j

and Mrs. W. G. Wehrman, Cunn Cullough, Chicago; Mrs. Ralph Mears :
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Point; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Seider, I George Bright and John Bright, Elmhurst '. I "

Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Burgeu- ; H. S. Hotchkiss and G. G. \ ;. '..:,(.... .

er, Donaldson; Aura Chitchlen, Ko- I Thompson, Prophetstown; Jeanette I ..;""-.'- "c;.->..."... MCCULLV! ......,;, -..(...; '.'"' ", I I
komo Elsie Murlock' and Dora 1lurI I I Od- ', '." "L r '. ' :.' Clewiston in the
Heath '
; Sterton, Chicago; Warren \ ;: : .:', I \
lock Plymouth H. C. Mediell, Elk- ell; H. Hodge and Mr. and Mrs. R. Clewiston I i' BOWL"m

hart; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dawson, Marion M. Beltzell, Mr. and, Mrs. H. Einkel- cane plantation and in
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bey, Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. _-.--
VERMONT Austin, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. agricultural section in ;

C. W. Brownell, Miss. Brownell, Mrs Laubner, Mr.. and Mrs. H. H. Bose- ;

Brownell, and C D. Ordway, Burlington. hard, Woodstock; :Mr. and Mrs. A. T. era .of prosperity '

Capen, Matleson; Mrs. C. Pely, Chi of Florida. : .,.-i., :
IOWA I cago; Mrs. M. Mang, Mr. and Mrs. "': .
Mrs. J. W. Steeley and ;u0 .. :;' '
Mr. and Chas. Radeke and Mrs Fred Maug, \ : '; :
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Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Steeley, Water- Kankakee; Austin Cole, Evauston; I\ ;.', C ." '". : :: :: : :

loo; Mr. ,and Mrs. Geo. W. Huntleyand Jennie Thomas, Elmhurst; E. R. ,

Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Hartman, Rietsch. MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME' An exceptionally

Waterloo. WASHINGTON, .D. C.. \ ,

NEBRASKA A. Leuderenke and E. Lande.CONNECTICUT the northern Glades,.

Mr.\ and Mrs. James Short, Oakdale ''I

DELAWARE E. H. Wehlan, New Haven; Mr. A FEW CHOICE ROOMS expanding_ sugar ind

, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saville, Wil- and, Mrs. N E. Whiting, Norwich; Mr '

mington. and Mrs. J. W. Felty, Hartford '. ARE NOW AVAILABLE. prosperity ahead. :

MISSOURIF. NEW YORKA.

R. Dickson, Kansas City; John A. Campbell, Buffalo;. Mr.\ and

Bllllss and Mrs. John Bllliss, St. Lou- Mrs., C W. Gordon, Schenectady; Mr.

Is; Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bailey, Phelps and Mrs. E. Turck, Akron; Mr. and REASONAVLE RATES, Clewiston

City. Mrs. R. W. Robison and Roger Robi- l '

PENNSYLVANIAD. son, Gloversville; W. A. Vannah, Win HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS! not a myth but a

A. Cunningham and T. B. Cunningham ston Mills; Mrs... Kate Casler, Matalda | i

Indiana; T. W. Clark and I Casler and J. Betts, Syracuse; Mrs. industrial and :
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Simmons, Pittsburgh M. A. Shepherd, New York City; Mr.and '

; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Welsh and Mrs F. L. LaBar, Mnerva; Let- ::
TRY OUR
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Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kerlin, Pottstown; tie J. Cook, New Hartford. / I : ,

A. W. Good, Carendon; Mr. and \1\1\ l'S. \ John Gallup, Rochester,; Coleman !I :

R. E. Graham, Pottsburg; Mr. and J. Ehrmann, Lackawanna Mr. and \ :
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Mrs. Gilbert S. Hedll, Sharpsburg; J Mrs. Darwin J. Miller and Alta M. I '. .' ". .. ,: For D etail : : \!:

C. F. Jackson, Wampum; Mrs. Rob Miller, Eden; Mrs. H. L; Davs, J. J. ,
POPULAR HOTEL
ert B. Jackson, Mahonlngtown; Mrs. I Canny, Mrs. M. W. Gantz and W. D.:

C. M. Metzger, Shroudsburg; S. M. \I Wetherber, New York City; J. H.I|I I CLEWISTON

Keremer and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. I:Holtz: and J. A. Gauther, Buffalo; ':
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Kunkle, Irwin; Mrs. H. C. Christy, Frances Griffin and Herman K. pen- '

Indiana; Mrs. M. II. Ferguson, Altoona ning, Conesus; Mr. and Mrs. F. 'A. THE Clewiston

_ ; Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Schweitzer, Mott, Irving; G. E. Anderson, Pots WATANABEfOTEL 'I

Mochanicsburg Phlll Miller, Erie; Flushing .
; dam; Mr. an dMrs. L. R. Craft,

William Slater, r., Pittsburgh; Mrs. J ; Mrs Grant McDoal, New York M'anag : ;., ,, 11:1:
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Zweizlg and Mary A.. Zwelglz, Reading MASSACCHUSETTS ; '.'

; Mrs. A. E. Long, Lewis Metz, : G. W. Tomilson, I. P. Richardson, / ;. SUGAR

Nathanield Metz, Laiwdale.OKLAHOMA E. W. Hobbs and M. K. Gibbs, Glou- ._ ---- .rt. \ !
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Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kepper, 'Way- Sherman W. Friend and B. W. Bail-

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CALIFORNIA MAN ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS BOY SCOUTS ENJOY \I and others to inspect this first real I ect being completed. I II |I'' Illinois, is spending the ,week in .La

----: WEEK END HIKE industrial development in Ever
COMPARES SUGAR the I Tax Collector James L. Taylor reI Belle.
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Editor's Note: In the past two is- glades. Wo need J Industry in Florida Iterated the above statements. I Ii' |I i i : *II

(Continued from Page 1)) sue of The Clewiston News were (Continued, from page 1)i) I and I believe the sugar mills and tho I The delegation from Hendry coun*|I Charles- L. Gaines of the Consoli !' L

published thirty questions on Flor- I proposed Celotex Plant are forerunners ty consisted of County Attorney II. dated Land Company spent Wednesday -

cess, one man cutting and stripping ida and Clewiston in connection o'cloclc. Camp was pitched, supper of more industries throughout I A. Rider, Tax Assessor James L. Taylor here.

about two tons of cane per day. The with the state-wide Know Florida cooked and several tests conducted.Two the state. It makes no difference Commissioner W. L. Murray, J. i i I! '

harvesting season requires thousandsof week. Below are listed the answersin boys wore assigned to guard du- where industrial plants are located; W. Christie and E. L. Rodgers. I I I Mr. and Mrs. W. J/ Myers, motored 'I\... !

men and a large number are imported the order in which the questions ty on hourly stretches but after just so long as they are located in to .Fort Myers Wednesday ,, \. '

islandsat wicrd walling sounds were heard toward I'I _. ,, ,
: from, Haiti I and other appeared. Florida they are bound to benefit all, "
flyers in visiting "
Ed Blount Fort
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considerable expense, every year. 3. :Miami: is known as the greatest I midnight, the entire troop *did communities In the state sooner or I j It. N. Miller motored to Fort'" My-
i I relatives in La Belle.; j '
Havana, however, is said to be the J I aviation center in the south. voluntary guard duty. later. One Industry will bring another 'i ers Tuesday, on business.J. .

wealthiest city per capita in the ',I 2. Tarpon Springs is the city in I Junior Jeffries cooked an early That means employment, payrolls I I 1 'N. of i
I D. Bockman
Dr. and Mrs. ,
world. "jr buildings and clubhouses I I I which the sponge industry is located. breakfast at three o'clock Sunday and Increase of population and of busi- N. Tillotson of Miami spent

are woiiuartui 'structures of old world I j 3. The St. John's RIer is different morning and shortly after' sunrise tho ness. Industry builds cities and cities CIncinatti arrived: Thursday for a fewdays Tuesday horning in La Belle.
/ visit with Mr and Mrs. B. L.
architecture of stone and marble. Her |I from another river in the United scouts enjoyed a dip in a nearby ca,. build the back country. Let us sup- (

$15,000,000 capitol and beautiful mansions ,,States in that it flows north. nal. port those we have and look out for Dulaney. I i '

and estates show a great accumulation -' 4. Tampa is the Florida city which Breaking camp Sunday morning the more. According to the estimate of tho
I I Mrs. R B. Carter of Louisville, Ky.,
of wealth at some time, said manufactures more cigars than any Scouts left for the return trip shortly GEO. R. HILTY. Bureau of Agricultural Economics of
ia visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
to have been made out of sugar and. I other city in the world. before noon arriving In Clew ston I I i B. L. Dulaney. the U. S. Department of Agriculture
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beer. 5. St. Augustine is the oldest city Sunday afternoon Highly pleased i Florida's principal crops for 1929

At Guyamn, Porto Rico. about 75 In the United States. with the experiece tho scouts asked were valued at almost $100,000,000.

miles across the island, I found the 6. Fort Myers is the West Coast that the week end hikes be held frequently -{i La Bf ]lie] NPWS children Mr. and of Mrs.Bristol Fred, Dulaney Tenn., and and two Mr. The estimate does not include returns -

best cane on the island. Here sugar, city directly south of Jacksonville. I and it is now planned to conduct to ,Florida farmers from piultry
I I London Dulaney, of Atlant, Ga. have
cane is cultivated and ,Handled very 7. Umatilla is equidistant from the another hike next month. I few dairy an dllvestock products, Staplecrop's
returned to their homes after a
scientifically including heavy fertilization Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic On the hike were Junior Jeffries, By George Loveland Pettee I B. show a production materially
days visit with their father' Dir
CI and irrigation by pumping wa- Ocean.I' Junior Thomas, Marvin Autman, Gco The delegation from La Belle and above that of 1928. Strawberries also
L. Dulaney.
tor from wells and runnnig it over the I 8. The first commercial air routeI Bestor, Richard Bestor, Bobbie Hare, Hendry County have just returned produced an exceedingly fine crop.

top of the ground the same as we irrigate -I was established between St. _Peters Luther Lowe, Merrel Lowe. Horace from Jacksonville. Their mission I I The La Belle firemen entertainedthe I

in California. New cane mW burg and Tampa. Walls E. B. Bethea, Roy Whitcomb, there was in the interest of securing
Royal Neighbors lodge of La Belleto
be planted e'"erotllel' year instead ,I 9. John B., Gorrie and Andrew Halson Avane, William Hooks, Edwin ijfrad twenty five from the Lee county t
roast night at
oyster Tuesday
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of every seven years and if harvestedin ]1 I Jackson are the two Floridans In the Ward, Boyd Houze, Jim and Bob line to Clewiston. Fort Thompson.. Chief Blount states ROOMS FOR RENTBy ,

about 18 months time of growth hall of fame. bie Beardsley, Leon Cothern, George Their efforts were entirely success
that a good time was enjoyed by all
about 50 tons per acre can be ob- 10. Palm Beach Is the largest county Surls, Charles, Suns, Frank Cothern ful and the completion of this road / i
r I present. da week.
It cost much more to grow Dick White. In this l lr yor
tained. in Florida. and was placed :years budget The \\v _.-- _

cane here than in Cuba.. I 11.: The largest cane sugar mill in prospect of this work being done Members of the women's community -

A few days a go I was standing in the United States is located at Clew soon has been assured. Hendry counI club and many of the men spent $1.00 per day, '

one of the seven pumping plants at istou. HILTY WRITES I ty will derive great benefit from the -Ford Park.
Wednesday cleaning up
Ctewiston with a capacity of 180,000 12. The daily grinding capacity of GLADES LETTERS three hundred and fifty thousand to $3.00 per week

gallons of water per minute operated I the Clewiston mill is 4,000 tons of be spent on this road I Doctor Weaver and family spent a

. whcih was running at (Continued from ) I I Colonel Rider, one of the members
by one man cane. page '
1)I few days: in Tampa. this week. Meals at}): all hour
the time in orde to lower the water I, 13. Clewiston was named after A, ) I. of the delegation complimented the

level on some fields that were ripen C. Clewis, Tampa banker.\ seems to have solvel not only the forceful speeches made by' Judge I' Judge Charles O. Ros.s'made. a business Jrom5amto12pm. ..1 l

ing and nearly ready to cut and 14. The average amount of molasses drainage problem but the water con- Whitney ,of Fotr Myers, Judge Dog- trip to Arcadia Tuesday. ..

,i., thought of the wonderful improvement -, for every ton of cane is approximately trol problem so essential in .agricultural gett, Senator Malone, and Senator r
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this sub irrigation is over the productiveness. v
LANG
six gallons. "Wagg. S. B. Courier of Winter Park spent ,HOTELRear

,.. old methods. Here the water' level' is f 15. The total capacity of the pumpsin I have transmitted this informationto Capt. Reeves mentioned the force-j,I Tuesday night in La Belle.

under perfect control and may be the Sugarland drainage district you as an. act of cooperation in fulness of Judge Doggett stating the of Bank: ,

maintained at any desired level by pumping station is 180OOOgaJlons of the hope that it will encourage you humanitarian necessity of this proj-- J. S. Rosborough of Laurenceburg, ...

simply running' the pumps or revears- water per minute. -

" lug them. Prop:r irrigation -I beliveis I
16. Daytona; is known as the finest

, with the proper secret sugar of raising content heavy together cane ocean 17 Florida beach in was the admitted world. to, the- I ACT TODA'l..DONT MISS THESE BA CAINS !


L- with the Everglades soil which can Union on March 3, 1845. I \,. .Jw"". !T"H"/m" r I

;', not 1 be found in Cuba. IS. _
H Rollins College is the oldest in- 1 it.
:. Since visiting the West Indies I t .
stitution of higher leariug in Florida. t, 0
>;;, have seen the planting and harvesting I flPO/SPRINC : '
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. legislature convenes ,1.
, machines now working at decision i iir 'regular session biennally, meetingthe ,: J 1 ,

;" and realize fully their importance and first Tuesday April of the odd' 11 e/elllflO rni i f n: Y'

.:' that the Southern Sugar Company has year. I '
solved the labor problem. One harvesting ) ''I ,) t'
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machine'does the work of 100 'I'
men and one planting machine does Lake Wales with an altitude of fivn I! I'ml J. "; I .''nf"ll .,

325 feet is the highest point in Flor
the work that I saw 20 men doing last "
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21. The state hospital for the insane N1 "
fling at good speed. I J I. '
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is at Chattahochee; the Boys'school ,
Having: visited Clewistou and Canal
of correction at Marianna, the V I t,
,; Point several times during the past I ? 'A PL .
i, girls' school of coirec'tion at Ocala, .Jj I
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few weeks I have had an excellent j ,
.. I the state school for the feeble minded '
chance to compare the fields of cane
' children at Gainesville, the state prison I 'd I I 1.J T w.
with what ,I haseen. elsewhere. -
at Raiford, the University of Florida -c;
Canal: Point I saw fields of cane running \
at Gainesville, and the Florida
- over 60 tons to the acre. This is
State college for women at Tallahassee. -I
double the yield of anything I saw
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in Cuba and much better than the I'
22. The grapfruit derives its name. ...
irrigated and fertilized fields of Porto .. .:. ,
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i Rico. This cane was planted last II i iC
clusters. J
winter and not stubble cane. I also \
23. Pinellas County is the smallest I :
," saw fields in Clewiston that looked x .' ,
:' ; as good but which were not yet hare county in the state. j' R
24. Florida has an area of 35,111.-
vested. There is over 15,000 acres of EDff IIC' loYe
040 acres.
I '
newly planted cane up two or three 25. The streams and lakes of Florida : '. K B :; :

feet that will be ready'to cut next '
occupy approximately 2.000.000'acres. I
:.. year besides, the, 10,000 acres of stub- I > .

he cane that is already starting to J
1 26. The official name of the local ,' :
grow after being cut this year. I| 'T' "
'' + lAg
merchants' Clew-
association is "The
I was.greatly interested in the several r E"D AS
r iston Better Business League." ,
large sugar mills that I visitedin ON ..
27,, The total ,length of the nine I \
Cuba
and was much pleased to see :
holes on the new golf course is 3,275 / '
how clean and modern the 4.QOO ton '
yards and the course was designed I +
Clewiston mill looks as comparedwith
by Stiles and Van Kleek golf course .
some others that I have se nand architects. ,'. WTH; ?H4 C i1

I wish to compliment the men in 28. The 1930 grinding season in the-I I' till m V U 1T1:
charge. It is a wonderful sight to seethe
Clewiston factory of the' Southern J '.

cars of cane tilted over the con Sugar company started on' January 6. 1 '. If you haven't attended Chevrolet's Great, Spring trade-ins. Now you can secure a handsome, depend '
veyors and automatically carried ,: Clearance Sale in today! To make it the able used .-
29. The approximate length of the come car bearing the red tag "with an OK that &,
> through the 18 roll mill, the vacuum biggest of its kind ever held in this community we counts". This signifies that the has /
car been
north, and south runway/at/ the Clew- I. t ry/
filters, clarifiers and centiifugar offer big reductions that
sep- popular cars set a new thoroughly reconditioned '
J by expert mechanics to
" iston municipal airport is 2,500 feet ) '
arators, automatically weighed into record of value for your dollar! top-notch appearance and performance.
and the east nnrl west
runway ap-
325 pound sacks. The whitest raw sug ,

ar that I ever saw Is the result. After -, proxmately 2.000; feet. '. The big reception: given the 1930 Chevrolet has filled See our big selection of makes and models carrying
I I 30. Bagasse is the fibre of our showrooms with late model low
seeing many miles of cane fields tough :. mileage cars the famous red "OK that counts" tag. Buy today
,iu other countries I am well pleased the sugar cane stalk after the ,juice 4" that must be sold this week to make room for more and save!

has been extracted.
with the wonderful stand of sugar ,
THE MOST
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN LOW PRICED
4 AND 6
cane extending from Moore Haven to

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one year old and which is the begin- .
j CLEWISTON NEWS .I I 1928 CHEVROLET SEDAN, good con A GOOD 1929 6 CYLINDER CHEVROLET

ning of Florida's largest industry. PHONE 339 I ditlon in every :way. (Nearly new tires I TRUCK, thoroughly rebuilt

many miles of transportation in this 1929 CHEVROLET SEDAN from radiator to tall light..An exceptional
car. Special for this next week
!
value' for
ANNOUNCEMENT New paint, new tires. Excellent condition -, $275<
50
$362. throughout. This car


Beginning February; 1 the Everglades Funeral 1928 CHEVROLET CAB COUPE, a.has care been of and well I is a taken bargain $ 5 5 0 STUDEBAKER, TOURING, a good

Home' of Pahokee will serve the people of good value I for some one. Conditionguaranteed 1 at car in good condition at a big saving

\ the (Clewiston! and Belle Glade sections. $82 50 cash
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