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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 14, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (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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Local Bank Gets hCEASEASSURED I Mrs. Ames Reelected
1 I.I I I.l BASEBALL HEAD SUGAR TARIFF BANK CASHIER
l Road Bridge Funds Head of Aid Society

BY ACTION OF SENATE COMMITTEE ----- ANNOUNCES FOR

PLANS MEETING ,
The First Bank of Clewiston has Mrs. William G. Ames was unani-

been designated as the depository 1 mously reelected president of the

OFJFFICIALSLeague : for all road and bridge money in ,Definite assurances that the tariff on" sugar ,will. be increased was given Ladies Aid Society of the' Clewis- .REPRESENTATIVE

: Hendry county according to an- 'II Thursday when the senate Ly .a vote of 47 to 38 ,refused to reconsider their ton Community'' church at the annual -

I nouncement this week from W. V. vote increasing the'duty on sugar. ''I'II election of officers he'ld'at the

Meeting Also Knott, state treasurer. I \Vashington despatches stated that the, duty on sugar was thus fixed definitely church last Thursday. Other officers Action Taken Following

The transfer of road and bridge in the, senate measure at 2 cents a pound as against 1.76 cents now in elected were, Mrs. W. D. Cole, Strong Petition From
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Planned; South Bay I funds to county depositories Is a effect. The house bill provides 2.40 cents so the rate finally to be enactedis I first vice president; Mrs: Claude Citizens

Expected To Sponsor result of action taken' at the last certain to' be increase.. The house and the senate conferees will have to Downs: second vice president; Mrs. Througho: u t

I and chose either the 2 or the 2.40 cent rate or compromise.. I Wilson S. Harvel, secretary; and Hendry County:
New Team In League.Plans session of the legislature as i
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I there is no bank in Glades countythe Mrs. Fred B. Puryear, treasurer. "
I Under the presidency of Mrs. As' a result of urgent, requests expressed -'
Clewiston bank also desig- ,
fo organizing Clewiston base was
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MONTHS RM BUSIN'ESS MEN the has made by people In section of
!' "ball players into the community's: nated by the state treasurer as depository f! Ames society great every
for the, ,Glades county road progress during the past year and the county, Elbert L. Stewart, cashier
1930 Cane Crew will be officiallymade
at a meeting of the Clewiston and bridge funds. OF: SCHOOL IS TO TALK PLANS at the next, meeting plans for the of the First Bank of Clewiston

coming year will announced.. announced his candidacy for representative
baseball club officials In the near future -
I.. in, the state legislaturefrom
it was announced yesterday' by I '
I 'Q- ASSURED' IJERE this districtRepresentative i|
Elbert L. Stewart, president of I the GIRL SCOUTS TO NEXTJUESDAYActivities BOXING' MATCHES: citizens from various -

, Clewiston ball club. I
sections of the county made spec-

I, \\I been Although out on the the school ball players diamond have for SPEND WEEK-END I Chairman Of Public Instruction Of Organization -I FEATURELOCAL. ial trips 'to Clewiston, to ask: the, local ,

1 official call Sees .Full To B e Outlined man to announce his candidacyfor
the past two weeks an '
I' ON HIKE TO ALVA the legislature, but Mr. Stewart
I. = for spring practice has not yet been Term Of School.Hope By Hudson. SCOUTMEETINGGouts
I' : postponed definite action on the mat
' sounded but, it is expected that a general -
ter until yesterday after he had made i
I meeting of the players will be '. of Clewistou kiddies for a I ,:Members, of the Clewiston Better '.
I Three new'members Are a, trip about the county and learned! I
, called immediately following the shorter school term and .a longer Business League will meat next Form.Plans, For ';
va-I the attitude of the i public. j
I meeting of the team'' officers. Accepted In Clewiston 'cation ,and fear of, local parents Tuesday. night at the Watanabe Ho- Second Week End
Mr. ,Stewart has been a resident of
I: Elbert L. Stewart Is president: of Organization. the school term would beNshortened i I tel in the regular monthly: meeting
' Hike Of 'Season. this section since 1923 when he came "
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tho local club and directors are this year were eliminated when A., when plans for the general( activities
here from Wrlghtsville, Ga., too accept i
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Dave Alston, Ed Butler and William r Encouraged by the success of their L. Taylor, chairman of the Countyschool during. the ,coming' year will be, discussed -
the cashier of the
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Two boxing matches arranged by
Cecil Owen. first hike which included a three'' board, .this week stated that ,it was announced yesterday .
First ,
Bank
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With tbo keen interest already be- mile hike through Clewiston with every Indication points to the ra.cf,; by G. V. Hudson, newly elected president '-Bobbie I Hare's patrol featured the
1 regular weekly meeting of the lewiston Another: factor: which has influPlease -
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early morning breakfast on the lake that Clewiston will enjoy a full ; < ;
I troop of Boy Scouts held In the turn to Page 5 '
i front dike, members' the Clewiston school term:: ,' As a _result 'of; a decision by the
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school auditorium Friday.. Under the ,
troop of Girl Scouts at a meeting In (Please turn to Pag 5)) I (Please turn, to Page 5)) :
I I present plan the weekly meeting programs -
MANUFACTURER ON the home of Miss Margie Harvel last I CLEWISTON GROWNKETED
are sposored by individual patrols -
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weekend : ,
Friday discussed plans for a '
and the meeting tonight will .
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I hike to' Alva this week end. The I GEORGIA VISITOR ORPHANS BAND' TO '
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BUSINESS SURVEY be' under the direction of Wallace SUGAR MAR
scouts will leave Saturday morning .
and return Sunday. Week end head- 'AI1e.s, patroj. !l5 r
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OF TRIP VISIT CLEWISTON
I IN GLADES TRIP uarters will be established in the Bobbie In the Hare oxing scored matches a, last technical week IN JACKSONVILLEProduct

I 1I' 1-, Girl Scout camp at Alva and members TO SUGAR BOWL ON TOUR. OF STATE knockout over Jimmie Garner in a
I of the local troop will be given ,
I fast one round bout and Van Bush

I' -'. Electric Paste President the opportunity to, pass ,several exrvlaminations ;:' -- ,:. -- = --'r'-:,'' ... a ;;;":r-: ot.Georgia..:- : ,,;, ," ,,----:-:-- '. _, ....__h and''E. 'B. ''Bethea-waded' .through Featureds:" -'"-:; ": '
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! Big ? Miss Lamar Impressed Boys To Give three.,round :encounter: to a draw.A Leader GroceryAdvertisement.
trip from ,Clewiston, will be made in .
\ t.11. Increase: ': With BeautificationWork nail driving contest in 'which all .
private cars and buses. Concert In School a
I, -' four patrols 'competed followed and '
I Three new members accepted into In Town.
J. J. Kearney, president of the Next Tuesday. Charles Surls sang a song. Patrol Sugar manufactured from sugar
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i @. Stearns .Electric Paste' Company of I (Please' turn t. Page '5)) I I cane grown on the Southern Sugar

I Chicago stopped in Clewiston Thurs Enthusiastic over the possibilities I Stopping In Clewiston for the first I I', I 'plantations In the northern Ever

i day afternoon on motor. tour of the of Clewiston on her first visit, here, 'time, on their annual tour of Florida glades and sold wholesale to the refineries -
: central LOCAL MERCHANT Miss Lena Lamar of Macon"Ga., and : I!'PROMINENT 'MEN
northern and the
Everglades
, the orphan's band from the Georgia I i in Savannah, Ga., was
:j section of the state. West Palm Beach described her ,impressions -i i I I i 'shipped back to Florida and ..marketed -
PREDICTS STEADYSUMMERBUSINESS of the community in an Industrial home will give. a concert SPEND DAY
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I! Placed by' national advertising I in the grocery stores .In Jacksonville
article in the auditorium of the Clewiston I
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agency in Chicago advertising for I It was seen, in a grocery ad-
!i Stearns Electric Paste has been published i Lamar by whom the following article school next Tuesday night, it, was CLEWISTON'TRIP; I vertisement in the Jacksonville
was written was a student of.'jour: ,
in Clewiston News for the '
I I the learned yesterday following\ the com- I Times-Union of last Saturday.
' two'months nalism at Wesleyean College ,and
I'I'J past and Mr. Kearney I pletion of arrangements./ There. will I I (Please turn to' Page 5) ,-.. \.',
:' k on his visit here yesterday said that Richmann Says Business Mercer University in Georgia.,. Railroad President And .I '
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;: check up of sales throughout his Largely Dependent LAMAR"I will be accepted. J. H. Rand Jr. Visit Franklin Simon And
offerings
i section have shown a steady Increase. Clewiston is looked upon by people !

i r I;, I "On my trip," said Mr.' Kearney "I Merchant Viewpoint.The who really do not know merely as a The boys, all of whom arei,orphanswill New Sugar ,Bowl. Wife Visitors Here

!r I talked with people who ,have been sugar ,center, but let us look further be In Clewiston for only one

i using Stearns Electric Paste_ for more business prospects for any lo into Clewiston. Its aspect of informality night and arrangements have, already William T. Noonan, president of Franklin 'Simon of the 'exclusive

I' than, 25 years for extermination of I cal merchant are just, as dull or Is the first thing we noticed' Yesit been made to take care of the band the Buffalo, Rochester,and Pittsburgh I I New York department store of that I''

R rats and roaches." I bright as he cares to make them, according Is well out of the way; a trip members in Clewiston private ,home Railway Company and James H. name, accompanied by Mrs. Simon

The electric paste according to the to Frank O. Richmann, own through the Everglades but when we overnight. Rand, .Jr., president of the Reming and Mrs. L..-"M. Lloyd and Miss Hen-

I: J president is being sold in every sec- er-manager of the Clewiston Furni- reach it we are well paid for the trip I 'Although the orphan band from the I I ton-Rand Kardex system spent "Thursday uette Richer also of New' York City

t tion of the United States and in many ture company and vice president of The city itself seems so clean and Georgia Industrial ''home 'is well I afternoon in Clewiston as the ]I were among the visitors at the Clew-

';, foreign countries. the Clewiston Better Business League neat. There are' parks between the known in the coast cities of the stateas guests of W. Wadsworth Woods on iston factory. of tHe Southern. Sugar
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After spending several hours in who sees no indication of a dull streets 'in the midst of which \roses a result of their annual tour of a tour of inspection of the Southern, i I I I I Company yesterday afternoon. They

Clewiston, Mr. Kearney continued his summer in the Clewiston area. are blooming The houses are attrac i Florida" this is the first year that the Sugar Company: holdings in the northern i'mo'tored to Clewiston from the east

'. motor tour planning to spend :the "Business," said Mr.; Richmann "is tive. They, look so neat clustered band will be brought to the Ever- Everglades. 'I coast, where they are spending the
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night at Lake Placid and continuingup what the local merchant, cares to there in a group. glades communities. (Please turn to page 5) winter. .

the ridge section of the state. (Please turn to Page 5)) To me Clewiston is an ideal FlorIda : They will play in Pahokee Monday I

'town. It welcomes its visitors, and, night and will arrive in Clewiston

'; shows them the best of its hospitali- Tuesday afternoon. POULTRY POSSIBILITIES REFLECTED .

1\ BE USED FOR Please turn to P le g Clewistonites are urged to attend -

(iJ BASKETTHAT PURPOSETS the concert to encourage the boys: in IN ACCOUNT OF ACTIVITY IN STATE. ,

I: PLAN OF PUPILS Refreshment Booth their work.IGEORGE. I i.'

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Indications of the possibilities of area. S

!i j Funds in the Clewiston bank to- face it with' either clay 'or oil which I I .,Be Open Every Day ,l B. HILLS NAMED poultry raising in this section of the I Owners of nearly fifty thousand \ '

:;I falling alraqst $100 which were subscribed ] would amount to more than is in the I MEMBER OF ROAD BOARD state ''are' reflected In a recent articlein hens already have joined the new ;' ..;'

\I: .J by Clewistonites for construe- bank for this purpose. As soon as a\ ,Construction of 'a refreshment the''.Florida Times-Union of Jack-( North Florida Poultry Producers Cooperative ,

,,I tio sufficient amount is raised work will stand, at I the first tee of the new Clew I George B. Hills, prominent in state sonvile giving an account of the poultry Association, most of them ;jf-' ,
not basket
ball
courts will be
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bo started. iston nine hole golf course has been I engineering circles has been appointed activities in that section. The article .from Duval county, Including the f

used for that purpose but the fund I completed and beginning next week by Governor Doyle E. Carlton as which appeared in the Jacksonville Pine 'Breeze Farm Corporation of -'

at present is insufficient to cover Monday afternoon practice was the stand will be open every after- member of the state road departmentto paper read as follows: | Callahan. Another fifty thousands

! cost of work contemplated, it was continued on the operetta to be presented I noon from four o'clock till dark, it fill i the vacancy caused by the Business aggregating' $1,000,000 ,in' will be signed up by March 1, it is .

I .brought out this week by Henry 'by the music club in the near was announced by Henry Storey, cad- resignation, of G. D. Perkins of Jacksonville scope is expected to be done by the expected by the organizers, bringingthe .,.

'I I Storey, publicity director for the future. Copies of the song have been dlmaster In charge of the booth. Federated Poultry Associations of total to around 100,000, by that ,

Clewiston u school in his weekly col made so that each member may continue At a recent meeting called by Cad-. Mr. Hills Is an engineer of recog- Central and North I Florida through date.

> umn. individual practice between dymaster Storey ten local boys qualified I nized ability and news of his appointment cooperative marketing of eggs during I Roberts Is PresidentJ.

:' The suggestion that the money j J meetings. as caddies. They are Bobble : by Governor Carlton met en- the next year, according to an estimate -;I P. Roberts of Riverview has' been

R ; might be used for the baseball team Hare, Charles Surls, 'Merrel Lowe.I thusiastic approval in the Clewiston made public yesterday in. connection elected president. H. T. Wheat of

l met with immediate disapproval in 1 The school was entertained by Mr. William Hooks, Richard Bestor, Geo. section. with the plans 'to open the Lynwood, vice-president, and C. Roey
r i'' school circles and it was pointed out Hackney of the I '' Feb secretary-treasure and '
1 Georgie Industrial Bestor, G. H. Houze, 'Don Deam, cooperative packing house here coe Ryan
: that the fund was raised for a spe--: Home. Mr. An executive committee including -
Hackney offered an Inter- I Jimmy Weaver and ,Junior Jeffries. I ... ..w ruarli.24. I manager.
;:', ific purpose. esting ventriloquist vaudeville act ', BEANS BRING $2,000. A large part of this business will Roberts Wheat, W. L. Stokerof
} Mr. Storey's report of school activities and J. R. Martin, of
which was well received. CELOTEX DIVIDEND center at the local packing house Dinsmore,

: for the week is as follows: Farming possibilities wore reflected wjiich will employ between fifteen I Jacksonville; Heights! also has been

t An athletic committee appointed by The Freshmen and Sophomoreshave I CHICAGO, March 13.The Celotex in the sale last week of the first and twenty persons, it'' was stated by named. Two more vice-presidents are

h Mrs.'R. Y.. Patterson, president of the been making plants to give the Company has declared the regular picking of beans on a five acre tract C. H. Magoon, county poultry specialist lI l- to be elected from ether counties and
, ., Clewiston P.T. A., has not been able juniors and seniors I house-will' belocatcd another member of the 'executive
a banquet. The quarterly dividend of 75 cents a shareon at the Palm Beach County line between The packing
to start work on the plans for a banquet will be held at the Watanabe the common stock and $1.75 a the highway and the lake. Sale at 1801 West Beaver street, adjoiningthe board from some other county. ,'

basket ball and tennis court owing to Hotel, the guests,. to proceed from. share on the preferred slock payable of the first picking, grossed the owners warehouse of Wade, Faris' and I I Election of officers took place' ,Friday -

lack of funds. It ;would be inadvis there. to a dance at the Clewiston : April 1 to stockholders of record A. Harrell and Joe Freidhclm of Wade., It will handle the eggs of a ; night, it was announced yesterPlease -

; able to build a ten'nis court and surl. Inn. March 15. Belle Glade, $2,000. I. majority of the poultry farms of this .I II i( ( turn to Page 6)
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The Clewiston News DID YOU\ EVER STOP 'TO THINK? (/ / :: ;,; ,-,, .- :i::;;;:; ,: ;':.... _.;_ : '. 1:!_-.- '. _. .

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Entered as second-class matter February S, 192S, at the post office at i\ By Edson R. Waite, Shawnee, Oklahoma E.M.IYACAHA! :

Clewistou, Fla, under the Act of March 3, 1S79. -'---
L For State's Attorney :

LOUIS A. MORGAN\ ..,.:.v....'.... Publisher THAT the democracy of American business is proven again and again
-- TO THE VOTERS OF THE 12TH JUDICIAL ''fJ

TOM.: SM1TJH' ..'..:..'....'.....'...., Editor by the, conspicuous success of men-who started their careers' at the. foot of CIRCUIT, STATE OF FLORIDA: :
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.1 hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State's At-

By mail outside Florida' l Dy' mail. in Florida mination. .. torney in and .for the 12th Judicial Circuit of the State: of Florida -

One year I2.5x0 One year ''. $2.00 An outstanding example of this has just occurred in the election of Her to be voted for' in tho coming June primary. I solicit and t

Six months 1.50' Six months 1.00 will appreciate the support and suffrage of all voters for said :t\;
/ bert D.\ Ivey to the presi'dency.oC the $135,000,000. Citizens t o al Trust '
Three months 1.25 Three months ;. ..75.1I office and if elected promise give the best service possible. ;'
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NEWS' PLA'TF RM E. MAGAHA.. .r

1. Definite" control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. A lUte 'more than twenty-six: years. ago, Herbert D. Ivey began i to work 1

,'.. 2.. : Early completion of the highways for local transportation n and concentration for the Citizens National,Bank as' a messenger. He was seventeen. ')years old j" l! ,1t, lir { if t !

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of products "s and had just come to the city from San Antonio, Texas. -------, -- ,
3. A substantial downward revision of, freight rates on vegetables and I''
other products of this region to the northern markets. He brought-with him no special advantages or family pull, but both he

4.. The full functioning of. a cooperative marketing: .association, for bath, and his two brothers entered banks In Los-Angeles, and all three have risento .Name !i
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buying: and. selling purposes. / high positions. -. iI
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The "Agricultural Possibilities of the Everglades: i is the 'title" r.a' report Banking and helped ,the men under him to learn more about banking. I
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the .Department by E. 'R..' which Senator Duncan.. U. r.. 4.
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,.. The report says that-the. ''immense ,engineering. drainage plans to reclaimthe interests{ of the /institution. for, twenty-six" years'. 'and\ entrusted' .him.. with jtho. '-,'. r. f C \.
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Everglades has been a .'success. The land in this area is'now "valuable responsibilities of- the high position.. ,. +(::* ... :.:1) i,
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7 I agricultural l land, ns shown b the large' varieties growing and There is always plenty of room at the top for those,who have brains. and' :.'; I
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the splendid; 'yields. /;obtained," says the report.' ;. ,. '\ ', determination.N .- .- ...... '.. <. .. '" :'. :atZI .

5 C Thirty-two'different' crops are mentioned'as'being "successfully grown": n The elevation of H. D. Ivey to'th6 presidency of tliis' large. and influEmtJat'1'of' : i ix I :.S Many buyers want a high- :
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\ the' vicinity. .of Lake. 'Okeechobee' where the B.-,.- G. Dahlberg' interests. are bank is andther outstanding .example of 'how. a cou'ntry'bred boy ,can start' priced tire, thousands want a

.. the largest 'rhe'y e' crops are: Peanuts, cabbage, celery, peppers, squash. okra: at the bottom and rise to the top. I, ... ., i1pir/p medium-priced tire; millions. :
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spinach, pdsas/caulil over f parsnips. sugarcane' mint- buckwheat, Chinese I ,4'1/: /, want a IOlv-)Jrice value. I
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cabbage" onions, 'broccoli'. potatoes' carrots, tomatoes I ; beans, beets, lettuce, Questions Will Be thest from Salt, water 3? ; kIIt.1j That's ''why the
3. Which Florida county is the N.- wes are selling
"'1 tobacco ,. sorghum -.sunflowers,! eggplant dasheens, s ret Feature '
-. corn .. rye \ potatoes Regular largest producer of citrus fruit? complete line of\ United States
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, cotton, and ..velvet;.. beans.,.. .. ." ,-t.. .,.... ..5 '. .'\ In Clewiston News 4. When and where did De Sot I1J. QV 'i ._ Tires-because ?t. _;'i or :ourcustomers
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The report.leayes no doubt. conccrliing the great 'agricultural possibilities : N Florida? in !
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p of the Florila Everglades; and 370,000 acres are described; s'"g agricultural As a result of interest shown in the 5: What Florida city was attackedand
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'.- questions on Florida published in the occupied Jjy the English freebooter equal. 'II ,
land" that are "fairly well supplied with large main drainage canals, Sir Francis Drake? II
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Clewiston News during past
.J and secondary drainage is w Il'developed. AI larger percentage of this land I weeks the feature will be continued, I 6. What three eastern countries are

s* -;* is in cultivation' than in other paris 'of' theEverglades."." Factorsie, warehouses although answers to the questionswill in the same latitude as Florida.. [) $ ,

V- be given in the same issue of 7.( What Florida wood is known as
7.: and sugar mills have been built. on,; a.permanent, basis.- "the wood eternal"? I,
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t' the birthplace 30 x 5.25 29 x 4.50 29 x 4.40
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f. .... "which is easily made available. The soil is splendidly adapted to the growing I' Jot down the answers to the follow: phonograph?
i' 9. What Florida city established $11.95 5.35
: ing question; then turn "to page 5 $6.55
of sugarcane, peanuts and corn. in addition: 'to practically ..a'n.v.. getable I 1'to get the correct andswers: the first open-air postoffice in .Amer- 1

f. crops. Winter vegetables can be marketed with little competition from other j I > lea _
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1.Vhat Florida coastal city
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t\. ; sections of the country. The few dairies in this section are profitable ''since the highest elevation? mined in the United States : BAKERS l
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I MARCH .14. 1930 S CLEIVISTON NEWS CLEWISTON. FLORIDA'I I ""'UE THREE
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Mrs. :wan EricksTllle; ILr and Mri. :

j VISITING THE NATION'S NEW SUGAR BOWL Ii'I II II. T. Bcnll, Pittsburgh; U. H. Smaltz I I i, --- -

and Wm. Rauch Rlchland; Jos. D. ,Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector
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?S' j Aril, Philadelphia; ?Ir. and :Mrs. A. ,

C. Everhart, Willlamsport' ; F. F. Boll
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I I II anger, Pittsburgh; Geo. L Hann, Slip ,M. P. BOGGS ,

;I p Rock; Nova Minton, Pittsburgh; ./

f Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Barndt, Jua- # JEWELER '
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r!! kertown;; Chas. P. Reed and Mrs. A \ ,

;.: I I. C. Wahn, Crafton; Mr. and Mrs John I Expert Watch, Clock &. Jewelry Repairs

: j W. Gwyer, Pittsburgh; ;J. H. Myers, : 1
E i q ti Huntlnglon; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palm Clewiston, Florida Hays B'ld'g. .
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Pittsburgh; Mrs. J. E. Fox. Union
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:: i I' I I 'it. S. McDowell,. Sharon; Mrs. -I

1 l Marshall, Brownsville; Robt. H. Millar .-
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I !o' Bethlehem; Mrs Geo. Oliver '
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and Sophie Englefield, Pittsburgh; '
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,: M S II I I I I Mr. and Mrs C. M. Garnett,. Pittsburgh t tI j..,:. CROW BROTHERS .
I ; Mr. and Mrs.'D W. Powers, .,
ARKANSAS Porte;: Mrs. W. V. Jennings and Mr H. Trenkle, Bolivar; Mr. and Mrs. G. A.I ( ,'
Philadelphia Mr, and Mrs. H.
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Ii i !Davidson, Little Rock.l and Mis. Henry W. Thomas, Sullivan M. Allen, Batavia; Mrs. Tred Lun-; Reynolds, Ford City; Mr. and Mrs. I; :::' > CONTRACTORSClewistoh

i ;' Mrs L. M. WArner and Mrs. E. holm, Southampton, L. I.; Mr. and ,
: R. L. Archer, Altoona;; Anabel Cunningham -: '
1 CALIFORNIA Warner, Muncie; ,Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Mrs. S. E. Hunting, Rochester. I : ." ..J.: '.
I 1 E. Light, Psaadena.CONNECTICUT I Birmingham; Etta Cunning ::(....., "r '-- .\ ';.' Fla.
Mrs. D. C. .
i 'Hood, Indianapolis; 1 I J J '.. '
NOVA SCOTIAMr. ,f.ham, Alexandria .' > <.}:. :, ',
j Marsh, Edinburgh; R A. Simpson, \ .,,. ,. ., ...-. .,.,.... '
I : Mr. and and Mrs. Enoch Bishop. Wolf- "' #' -" "... .,..'- ',1" '.". I
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Conklin, '
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lV. ; I I Vincennes. I\ ville. SOUTH CAROLINA -, _.. \.t.. : .>- ,:.. : .;:1. ..
0. Porter, New Brillan; John W.. H. Hull I, Beaufort. --- '
KANSAS -----
;1 ,Ililler, Westpoit; Herbert I \ I \ OHIO ( I '_
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ruhling, Mr, Miss Edith McCrew, Sharonville; ,. SOUTH DAKOTA
'; ford, Westport; Mr. and Mrs ; ',: ', '.- '
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i 'Mr. and and Mrs. A. F Berg and Mrs. Louise:( Mr. and ''Mrs. C. M. Fetzner.. d' Mrs Mr.: and Mrs. Thos. Vandervelde.. 1 : : ': : !
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Norllmip, West Haven; I Grimm, Salina. .I Maude Harris, Lodi i; W. H. Eisen- Big Stone':City., \ I I .. .

I Meriden; I mann, Cleveland; S. V. McMellan, TENNESSEE, ( .' ,' '. .
! ;,Mrs. G. W., Bailey, KENTUCKY t. > ,. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. Prentice, Mr. and Mrs. L. Donaldson, Tiplen- '.:. '., ." "
Hartford A,. N Gold- Akron: : : "
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; Sherwood ; Clyde Nichols, Mogg; i I. : DELICIOUS"I I "
., Akron; Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Hale, ville; S. n.King, Chattanooga. ; : ,
Old Lyme; C. A.. Douglas. berg and family,. Hutchison; Mr. and < I. -,*.
i Mrs. E. L. Mann, Mrs. Fannie Rouse Mrs. Aline V. Norris and Mrs. Cora I I '\,' TEXAS ... -S i: }J f-fY/: : > ,
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\c \ 1 j CANADA ;H. H. Rouse and Mr. and .Mrs.: Ira I In. 'Gates, Mogadore; Mrs. Mary: Mil.t Mrs. Mamie Doak, El l Paso. ... "

r I i'r'' I. Andrew- Toronto; Mrs. ;I; Bird, Crittendon; Mr. and' Mrs J. A.;t Cincinnati; H. H. Harlzell; : '. WISCONSIN I 1\1 ', .' ; ::GUERNSEY WHIPPING CREAM'f: :

,j -- .'!iott, Mrs. C. Truscott and J. Fattengill and Mr. and Mrs. R. M.; 'Mrs.:, H. P. Hartzell, Mrs: J M. Parson Mr. and'' Mrs., Ed Huston, Richland ;: .: :
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Hamilton DQtny las Sinclair O'Neal Carrollton Miss R. ,.E.. TayIlor Greenville; Mrs Mary Rudy, 't 1 AND STRAWBERRIES ', '
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I j t ,I ; Center;, G. D. Ziegler,. Appleton; Otto ri
I ', ,j I Cincinnati, Mrs K. W. Burns Cleveland I
i Green E. D. Axton
1 ,. r Bowling ; Qober, West Bay; Emil Remhardt I iI
I -. ; Miss Carolyn Irwin Columbus
, FLORIDA! i Louisville.
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I Brillion; Mr. and, Mrs." ,Dan Vander- I
Daniel, Winter Haven I. L. I MASSACHUSETTS I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kendall, Portsmouth '
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c j .veklp. Wampum;; Mrs Mollie Wild !
I 'v. ke Worth;. J. Woodward, !| A. O. Fulton, Newton Center; Mr. ; H. A. Baldwin, Wordsworth; and Miss Mary ,H sy'\ul, MilwaukeeMr. i:, i CLEWISTON DAIRYCOMP ANY

f! 1 :fllm Beach; Mr. and Mrs.' and IrB' Johns Zunner, Jamaica M. O. Cline, Doylestown; W. S. and'' Mrs. C. Renick, Appleton !

! is, Sebring;' Mrs. Willie Plain, Boston; C. I. Whitney, ,Pitts- White, 'Westerville' ; Mr. and Mrs. WI I .. Sugarland Highway Phone 333
r : I E J ,Kerr, Jig Prairie; N. A.. Nisonger VERMONT f ( r I II
( .I rd, Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. field; Miss Dorothy Lamb, Boston; I II
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t -ay, Miami; James N. Field- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark:,..Boston; I IH. Harvey Miller and Cora Nisonger/ H., R. Brown. Battleboro. \ ,
I 1 ; t Palm Beach J. G. W.'Mc- M Howard, Newton. ,: :', -: .' 'West Milton Mr. and Mrs Jolin De- WASHINGTON, D. C. : I ', '. I (
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H r t. Lauderdale; C, P:' Ellis, I MAINE vine, ;, Mrs. L. Griffith and K. Lawson, J. C. : = : = = : = =-

,' 1m Beach. Nelsin Worthley, Portland; V. L.,!j Mrs. C Collins, Cleveland; E. M. Miller VIRGINIA \ .

('I, i'Walton, West Palm Beach; Hurd, Waterville; O. G._ Braden. Bob .McKibben, A. W. Dowds andJ. Mrs.. F. Miller'Lynchburg' Mrs i.
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i t. 1 1 y, Oneco; E. ,H. Wilson and North Waterboro; :Mr. and Mrs., A. : .' P. Miller Kent; Frank T. Carroll I' M. P., Kinnier, Roanoke.RHODE PHONE 1 105 1

, kern, Lake' Wales;. G. E. H. \Va leight. Liferick'' !i Columbus; Mrs. H. L. Keetch" Cleveland : ISLANDMr. ,

i i.. ,er, West Palm Beach; D. MICHIGANA. ; \ir. and 1Irs.V.. Steller, East \ and Mrs. L. W. Downes and R. I

:,I',, i t fnson i Sebastian; N. O. N'u- > E. Wilson. E. O. Place. Tyrus Liverpool.Mrs. I L Sherman, Providence.. FOR DINNER PARTY', RESERVATIONS

i-, India; Mr. and Mrs. E. Fred Place and Miss ,Katheiine J I 1ia,1 L. E. Breckman and Miss Eva I D. M. Brown. Greenrock' Scotlandand r .

lj ; ,ako Woitr; E. II. Barnes, Detroit; Ernest Ingalls, Detroit: Mrs ;I Brockman; Norwood Center; AlbertL. I.I.' H. Yearsley, England. 'OR ,

I ; D. D. AvU, Miami Shores; : Chas Jewell, C. B. Jewell, Helen B. : Hall, Lakewood; Mrs. II. F. Easton I

i ?sney, Lake Worth; Herman 1,: Jewell. Ixford; Mr. and Mrs. R! J. Monroeville; Mrs. Lilian A. 'Meade, ":-' t .TO ARRANGE I.FOR GUIDES. FOR "

; ;. er, West Palm Beach; Mr.'xiir. Lewis, Lansing; A C. Stebbins, R. New London; Miss Anna, Stutsman, 666

I :J .; ; ." WilliamsvJEL; Lauder- J W. Ballantine and S. G. Young, Lan- Tippey Canoe City. ( FISHING OR HUNTING PARTIES. "

\ fvey Wood, Palm Beach; G.: sing; F. Strunk and Mrs. A. Wilson }j TabletsRelieves t .
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aan, Palm Beach; Wm. J. Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. N. B Corr, I!I F. a Headache or Neuralgia in '
Chaney.- Portland.
:, I bst Palm Beach; J. II. Fen I Lansing; E R. Carlisle, Detroit; I I OKLAHOMA I', 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first ., THE CLEWISTON ; INN '

!Densard, J. A. Hancock and : Chas. Baker, Mrs. Jessie Baker and.| Mrs Henry Burgheim, Stillwater.PENNSYLVANIA day, and checks 'Malaria In three .,,'." I i" :
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@, Usets, Ft. Meade. ; Mr. and Frank B. Hack, Jackson; :Mr. and I day CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ,

: :;. Copeland, Everglades. I Mrs. A. E. McKay, Detroit; 1lr.and. II ", "In The Center America's New Sugar Bowl" ,
S. M. Meek, Lancaster; Mr. and 666 Also in Liquid
Sebring, Sebring; Sam Mel-i Mrs. S. R. Woolward, Ann Arbor; 'Mrand -.- ..

J I ow; Chas. W. Russell and I, Mrs. W. H: Choate, Cement City; I :

j I trs. J. ,V. Furen, Ft. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Hyslop and -

:' it, Avon Park;;, Mr. and !\Irs.'I .. i Marion L. Hysop, Ovid; Mr. and 1 CLEWISTON, FOLKS I ,-- _

: I Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. L. Burke, Detroit L. M. Runnels -i
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I i 1 /rt. Lauderdale; P. H. Fuller Detroit; Mrs. T. N. Dawson, THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI' j I

,, ir; Mr. and 'Mis. J. A. Cline Marietta; B. Dawson and Miss_ M. \:, I
and Mrs. S W. Barton, Mi- Mrs. Will .. ..> -. MIAMI l';' I '.: '
I : Dawson, Marette; Mr. and;' : FLORIDA < \: : ;: CABBAGES AND CANE ,
i D. ,Armstrong, Ft.: Lauder- lain Clayton, Perry; Mrs. Flora L. :: : I :. '
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I I ;ushnell; John F. Kelly, Ft. tis, Kalamazoo; R. C. Dulitz, Detroit. ,. .', ,

.i [lr. and Mrs. I{. S. McGinlanjjach i MINNESOTAMr. "The Most\ Perfectly Vcntilalcd-Iotd'In/ the .South.1Storage I ,

; ; J. L. Waugh West I \ and Mrs. W. L. Brooks, Bomid-v ,.: Clewiston r
in the center of a fifty mile 1
,! iach; Mrs. liuby !\Ienger'l.ji; Mr. and' Mrs. Arthur Collins, Space Across Street > European Plan sugarcane ,
r ,1m Beach; Mrs. \ White Bear; Wofelmeyer, Minne\
>Ies.i apolis. \ plantation and in the center ,of the richest i

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MISSOURI
I agricultural section ,in the state. is enjoying an
i lehart West Palm Beach;
A. M. Squair, Kansas City; Mrs.

: B. Cutter, Ft. Myeis; Mrs. Ella Rowland K. C.;' Henry CornettSt. era of prosperity unprecedented in the history

rady, Ft. Myers; Mrs. Rob- .
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I; ''ee, West Palm Beach; Hel- NEW JERSEY --. of Florida. ,;V'w; : : .'. >,-. >, _'
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I '' Tampa; H. H. Tussey Al- Mr and Mrs. Longlcamp and Mr. ., ,. J >'

1 I r r. Mossbarger' Miami; Mr. I and Mrs. Frattiu, Long Branch; Mr. 1 ,> _::. { :t ;: .,::,, :;ry"rJ;; .'" | ,, ; ,

'D. C. Hull, Dcland; Mr. and I .. .
I and :Mrs. E. W. Kagen, Jersey City; .' \ '.
\ lael Sholtz and (Carl Sholtz Mrs. Elmer W. Crane, Madison; Mrs. :'
,' fi1AIE( YOUR SELF AT HOME An
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I chY..- W. Eckman, Palm A. M. Griffin and James O. Manning year
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[ass Emma Zemmer, West Plainsfleld; Wm. II. Yard, Trenton. .
... *, k ich; E. B. O'Kelly and L..I NEW HAMPSHIRE I I, '" i the northern Glades, coupled with the steadily

r. hand F. T. Vernay Sanford Mr. and Mrs. H. Everett Ewer and '

i., GEORGIA I Willie Storks, Portsmouth; Dr. and 'A. .FEW j. CHOICE. ROOMS' expanding sugar industry" indicate continued

; 'i dark:, Louisville; Mrs. Roy Mrs. P. H. Greeley and son, Henry, i ": ahead. ,
prosperity
ARE NOW AVAILABLE.
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Mzfton.. II Portsmouth. ,

,IOWA NEBRASKA '
Myer, Davenport; Mr. and. :{ Mr\ and Mrs A.' A. Lamereaux,

; '. Miller Cedar Rapids. I{,Omaha; H. L Propst, Omaha. "I

I I I ILLINOIS II I II NORTH CAROLI'NAMr. REASONAVLE, RATES,. \ t Clewiston opportunity 'along. many lines is I I

'I I Mrs. N. Goodreau, Evans-.( and Mrs. F. D. Webster, ;Wades I ,
and Mrs. J. D. Metcalf, Al- '! I not myth but' fact based
bnro; Lee R. Lail, Ashville HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS a concrete. on sound
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; and Mrs, A Squair, J. A.i iI '. NEW YORK I ..
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I t. Y. Squair and bars. and'i I I'i ::1 t Mr. and :Mrs. Fred W Yager, New j I '. .industrial and agricultural .pl..ogre ,s. ".
' Mr. and I .'. ....
Poland, Chicago; 1i -
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York' City; ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Randall -

1\\ Goddard, Evanston; Mrs and. Irvington on Hudson; Mrs. R. )' : TRY OUR SUNDAY :s.CLEWISTON'S >',. ',. rf :, ;; '

il ,Mills, Evanston; Mr. A. Bailey New York City; Mr. and ; :
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I I ; A. Herlacker, Galesburg; Mrs. D.. M. Scribner and Chas. B. '! "' ''. ". -:. >i : )f : : ,', : { '
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II. Nichols. Webster Wm. New I .' } < "
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I i'Evanston; Mis. Lee C. York City: Jam Hann Ogdcnsburg '. -0'''. ',. _.\:. : ; Details' Write to'*"' ,. ,"" .

I. i 1 hanga; Dr.' Chas.. F. Brown P. H. Lahn, New York City; Geo. II. ; : POPULAR HO EL' I ,. ,
Joseph Burlingame, .ChlcaiWade I'
I Carlin, Bagnette Lake; Mr. and MrsE. I
Mrs. C. T. Wade and E. Kecler, Ossining Mr. and Mrs ,:: .. ''
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i : ,: .' ;Mrs. C. ; C. M. Kay, Harkin on. I I' '. I ,
'.f- ,Mrs. W. W| Fisher, Sham- !! J. .T. West. Long, Isand; J. J. Shea' i

.' .,. 'rs.,E. L. Vogt, Mrs. J. S. New York City: Archie Boone? Elmira :: HOTEL i Clewiston '. Florida'IN '
THE'w4kwA'E'
md- Schmidt, Chicago;; '
Mrs. ; J. Sayman, White Plains; Mrs .
:' .- 3, Chicago: Mrs. A. A. New G 'B. Perkins. Lone Island; H. H. !..\ '
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4 Gould, Lynn Falls; "Mr. and Mrs. F. ; MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS Manager. : '

. ;, and Mrs. J. S. Franklin L. Monin, NIaprra Falls; Mr. and :, THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S NEW

:k t' J. S. Ferguson, Oak Park; Mrs. M S. Portland; Oncgo; W. A: !I ,: / SUGAR BOWL"

.. .' ''astnian, Pekln, ; Mr and ,Mrs Marble, New York City; R. G. Holt
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; and family New York City: E. Howell -

f ,'r, Cricago. Rochester; Thomas Myers, William ] j I l

i I' INDIANA ;Myers\ Jim H Vallebv and Will
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I. f... .: of the pre-Celotex era! times as effective as wood, 8 times cracks and eliminate lath marks. .' .;.:\

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t't' \ .": ..: i Securely imprisoned behind the as sheathing, Celotex adds structural texture. Celotex used in old homes ,.,': .

strength makes walls tighter and as well as new; for insulating roofs; ':-" : .
f bars of the past, these pests 'can no ,

\ longer infest your home with sick- more permanent for lining, basements, attics and <,<.:.,'. : .''}" ,
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surfaces with Celotex Lath. As insulation Celotex an" : .
j I heat-leaking houses. And since the \ is ,not }. .

This new lath, 18 inches by 48 inches expensive extra item because it '
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appearance of Celotex, thinking .; ,. -.' "
1 people will not tolerate heat-leaking and 7-16 of an inch thick (or "dou places other materials, and'' in l later ?..< : I I

ble-thick" if preferred) is especially \" '' '' I '.j
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p, boards that
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measure It is your assurance of greater home comfort. Board and Celotex Lath .

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I FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1930 CLEWISTON NEWS CLEWISTON. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE ..
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CASHIER ANNOUNCES PROMINENT MEN ; ing last week were Frances Tippcy, of entertainment at their meetings, 'II belonging to those who operate the
BANK. CANDIDACYContinued SPEND DAY ON TRIP i i Elsie Hare and Dorothy Deam. I I Glenn B. Heard, Julius Alston, Fred 'mill. But let us go though the mill. For Sale-Plumbing Material

(Conilnued from page 1)) J The hike Saturday will be under :: Puryear and O. L. Jeffries the+ committee -| On every hand we are met with Extra heavyM cast iron pipe and
from 1)) the direction of MrsN.. C. Storey, named to arrange the March hospitality. We see how sugar Is fittings, 4 and 2 -(nch. Less than In-
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Visibly impressed with the possibilities scout captain and her lieutenants, program are now-. at work to provide I j really made, from the first stages voice. Suitable pig lead and lead pipe
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enced the people of the county'In petitioning here ,Mr, Noonanand Mr. Mrs. Al1h nds, Mrs. Maxwell and II I I Ia lively session next Tuesday night.. for hotel and appartments.

\0; the Clewis ton banker:: : to announce Rand returned to Palm Beach where Mrs. Spicer. I Reports of committees will bo ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Address Plumber, Box 35 Palmdale.
heard and it is expected that th'o ... 2T pd.'THEN .
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his candidacy for tho legislature they are stopping at'the Breakers. FROM PAGE.NO. 2. ,
I LOCAL MERCHANT I membership committeo consisting of
is the fact that during his seven I -----
section lie has : HEAD PREDICTS BUSINESS L. A. Morgan, Glenn Heard and Dick 1. Clearwater.
this
.year residence in I BASEBALL. I : I'
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and I : C. Miller will announce several hew 2. Northeastern of Jackson
.been. a student of county affairs PLANS MEETING I, : corner_ :
,1 Hen- I (Continued from page 1)) r members. county where it meets Alabama and
\ is keenly aware of the needs of; ( Continued from page 1)) ;
A ,. Georgia. It is about 72. miles from the
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County.
dry make it. Summer business in Clew- V'Y. .
; local fans GEORGIA VISITOR gulf.
Concerning his candidacy, Mr. Stewart ing shown by the players \ a 1 .. wSR I
said: dre.getting their hopes high for chan- iston this/.yam' as'I. .'\see 'it will be far I WRITES OF TRIP, 3. Polk County. v 1 tia

"It has never been my intention to ces "of the .Cane Crew's taking the better than in the- 'average Florida (Continued from page 1) 4. i;May 18,1539, in.the. lower partof

become actively l interestd in Hendry pennant in the Everglades league. community. 1 I Tampa;: Bay. I

county politics but since representative .... I I ty. On the way to the -sugar mill wo I I 5. St.. Augustine.. ,

citizens from various sections of GIRL SCOUTS TO SPEND BUSINESS, MEN noticed the sugar cane growing in : 6, Egypt, Arabia and India ,
I the county believe that I can be of rVEEK-EJVD.AT ALVA I ; TO TALK PLANS;I II abundance. Those' who are not accustomed I Ii 7. Cypress. '

service to this section if elected to : (Continued from Page I (Continued from page 1) to the sight of sugar cane I.. S. Fort Myers. r t

the legislature I decided ,to announcemy 1)I I I I I will find it interesting. AVe see as we ;, 9. St. Petersburg.10. .- \

t''c candidacy.: I am also deeply appreciative the local girl scout troop at the meet- merchants to have a definite program pass along the low well kept: houses Eighty-one per cent. r. .

of the honor these.citi : .,. --- ..... ...: _. ., ,"? ....... ... ," .., .
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primaries
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The advertisement was for "Dixie : .. ,
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r ,- cane" and was used as .the' IcElder.
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'AU.TOMOBILE' IN TERMS'
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BOXING" MATCHES '; :

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I I I ..' ;.' r as i 't nts"-" are" '',"', : :" :) : ; ; :::;;{! ?I ; > ,> :' : : ? .
leaders and ,their .
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Wallace Allen, assisted by Henry: : I ri g :
!r Storey; Van Bush,. assisted" by .Mar-,.!. : "'-. ." '. ; : ; 0 ii F M 0 R R OW : ." .'. '

vin 'Autman; ,Merrel- Lowe, assisted I \ ; : I
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I"i by liaison;I Avant ,and Bobbie 'Hare i I > ; j't'f :; L.. >< t ]." .;
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(Continued from page '1))', .i.I j I .\ \, ., ,/, :' ,.lJltiliiJ1Jfii.te c@st. is as RPOIt1&It:" 'ri: :j;, !:': ,. .r. ,

At the same time agreements '
day. : .
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purposes, the North' Florida Association : '. ; : : #i fiest e/Jt 0 tille : ;
with the Central Florida Associa. : ; f":; ;' ,, IllS ; lUla 1llflffllcelfJt ::,: if ,f < .

\ tion. ,The latter has Achieved national "i.. > ', '. :':',.L: \..: :' .. ,,':'.- "f:<', \ ',/,.' '

i recognition. It is stated, for its successful .', :. ': ', .-. '., '..: ; : (" :;.,:. 61; CD 1JtJ .,.1-db.1' 1.1r J Art> 1D. PJrl4 ,' .t ,- : '_Ilr..",.'."', .< .... '
Mr. Ryan and : ," \.;. ,' .. age,' tJA1 fffJtI ftflD 1II1IIt:1J IilD tlJ :. ),;0 '.':,... f-' ,.,. .
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operation under :,\,::' J. .' ':- t: .tl.; ::.....: ,. ... I .. ..... ,. ,,."'..... ...otf .; .-;l'.' ..i'j/ .. J.-J-':.'.: .. ,"

'I ... is regarded in cooperative as the farm outstanding marketing sucLcess i : ;, ;" : 'i.' ,

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I ,: 'of: Owners'of nearly 100,000 : : :. : ': / : 7';::
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9 MONTHS\ TERM 1
I IS ASSURED HERE I

I '' (Continued from Page 1) ,.J W you purchase an automobile you are making The difference in selling cost, combined ,with the
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!i In conversation with E. L. Stewart,' '. 'f! 'j an, investment of consIderable amount of \ 'low charges .f or financing and accessories, amounts sto

: local banker this week, :Mr., Taylor] I' money. It is essential, therefore. that-you give careful. at least $50 to $75'on each car. This, i s as important i'
I chairman of the board of public con- '
struction said that there are cornparatively thought to the best selection and know what you are as economies in production, keeping down the

I i few obligations outstanding getting for your automobile dollars. price you ;pay for the new Ford. ,
sufficient
j and that there will be '

I I i funds term with to conduct salaries the of full school.teachers nine. months I t The first cost is important because it may" mean THE low ultimate, cost of the new Ford is, the result of" ,

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l paid in full.NOTICE. an immediate satisfactory saving. Of equal'importance -
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I sound design, quality of material and unusual care in

, OF MASTERS SALE .1 I Ij. is the ultimate cost after thousands' of.miles 'of manufacturing. Friction and wear are reduced'hT the

j. Notice is hereby given that under service. This ultimate cost is' the true of
, measure
.' final decree made accuracy with which each part is made and assembled.
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and entered in the Circuit Court in I automobile value. '
, and for Hendry county, Florida in a I{ These factors combine to decrease the cost of I/
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I O. M. Bake and Hattie S. Baker-are I ". operation and add months and years to the useful life 'I.
I complainants and W. C. Hooker and '|I THE first cost of the new Ford is unusually low not
Jewel Hooker, his wife. are defendants of the car. The 'good performance and low yearly' !
i the undersigned as special master -I'I'i \' only because of economies in manufacturing, but I
I will offer for sale and sell at public depreciation of the new Ford are indicative of the
outcry to the highest and best bidder I because the same principles that inspire these savingsare '-
for cash at the front door of the
I enduring quality built into it at the factory.
county courthouse at La Belle, Florida extended to every' other step that means greater
i on Monday the seventh day of I '
I April 1930, the following described I service the It is that R
to economies
public. to SERVICE
see the fair
property situated in Hendry count, to easy : charges are on same economical \

wit Lots: 28' and 29, Block 362 of the in production would be of little value if they were basis as the making and selling of the car and.replacement \'

;\ /1\' \t. city plan of Clewiston of Clewiston according'dated' to June general 1-, sacrificed later' through high charges for distribution, parts are always available at low prices: through 1

)I' r- 1925, prepared by John Nolen under selling 'financing and accessories. all Ford dealers. In three five .
,r i survey of Elliott and Harinen Engl. two, > or years, depending Qor
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neering
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j together company.with all and. singular the .. The Ford dealer, therefore, does business on the on how much you drive, the saving in operating .
tenements, her ditaments and appurtenances ,
I i thereto belonging or apper- same to w-tprofit margin as,, the Ford Motor Company.His and maintaining a new Ford will amount to even ',
I' taining. The sale to be made, to satls-
II /'fy said decree together with costs ,of discount or commission is twenty-five to fifty more than the saVing on the first ost.. /
:suit and sale.' J .
B. A. BALES, As special master. per cent lower than that of any other automobile Think in terms of tomorrow, therefore, when you-
I iJ. COUSE, Solicitor for complainants. f j
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4t I' dealer., You gain because he makes a small profit- on purchase an automobile. For tomorrow will reveal ,

.,1 --- many sales,-instead. of a large profit on fewer sales. its true worth. '-
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Roadster, $435 Phaeton $440 .' Tudor Sedan, $500 Coupe, $500 Sport Coupe, $530

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Pate Att prices f. o. b. Detroit. Convenient time payments arranged through the Universal Credit Company ':, '
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: Rats, Mice, Cockroaches FORD MO1TOR COMPANY. ..
!I Water bugs, ]Etc. .. : .:'- ..
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greatest known food destroy- .. .' ,
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I Or. Size 35c 15 Oz. Size $1.25 I \

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/ FRIDAY, 14, 1930 ,
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I Have You I fashionable Virginia girl and falls in I I J. C. Berry, owner-manager of the :'
By The Way I' >
: : .lt Tlte love with her. "j I )Everglades Funeral Home' of Paho ,

'. Tho plot advances rapidly through kee accompanied by
Oscar McLeod of the Skyviow Air- Mrs. Walker Palm GjJeach I i a number, of thrilling episodes. : in I also, of Pahokee were business- visitors ..
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lines of West Palm Beach accompa ter of Mr. and Mrs i J which Cooper must compromise( between in Clewiston Thursday.FOR ,. ,

nied by Miss Lena Lamar and her .held high scoro at r loyaltis-Love- and Duty. After j .
Theatres"Panic RENT
cousin, Warren Roberts, spent Tues given in the much exciting action the lovers find i .
Front apartment of three rooms,
day afternoon Clewiston. benefit of the Clewis that good fortune has cleared tho way i I I
I modern, in new Hay Building. Will .
Girl Scouts. 'for untroubled romance. .Tho finale,
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Starters" Newest Show Term I furnish for nice tenant. Apply Apartment -

Air. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson motored Present were Miss There are three panic-starters'in one that will please everyone. I No. 4. .If
H, A. Bestor, Mrs. L. I I II.
to Okeechobee City/ last Satur- "Roadhouse Nights"the Paramount .
& Mrs- Dave A.lston. Mrs. ( ..
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smash-riot which comes to the Ket- -
day. Mrs E. C. Merchant, I I
-! tler Theatre, West Palm Beach, for ,
vel.] Miss Jayme '\ '. ( I II
fohr days, starting Saturday, March S
J. R. Parker of Fort Myers was a Whatley, Miss Mary I

business visitor in Clewiston.. ; F. Yancey, Mrs. II:I 15. 4 HERALD AND UNITED' TRUCK LINES
In the vernacular y of showmen a,

Mrs. J. G. Allhands. i panic-starter is a man who starts a I .
Captain F., Deane Duff spent an afternoon De Lozier, Mrs. R. Y. .
panic. A panic is, in the language
In Canal Point on business.M. Mrs. Walker Stansell. Overnight ,service from
theatre managers, an uproarious hull _
were Mrs. Adams
aballoo-of. audience laughter caused ( i
business visitor "
W. Blgg was a
Puryear.
in' West Palm Beach. by the rib-tickling antics of a sure I>. Tampa, Miami and West Palm Beach
t comedian. I .
fire
Miss Ola .. .v .
Petteway
The three panci starters In "Road- !, : To Clewiston.
.Puryear ___. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. accompanied Wauchula, has T'
houso Nights" are Clayton, Jackson
by Mrs. Claude Downs motored ties as teacher in i -:
and Durante veteran laughprovokerswhp
to Sarasota Sunday. school succeeding EXPRESS SERVICE 'At FREIGHT RATES
hav amused night club devotees .
who resigned and left ,
Broadway for years. They are I
:James. Taylor, tax 'collector and her sister's home in I
\ making their film debut in this un-
Kurd L. Reeves, tax assessor, spenta ( I

day in Clewiston on' business. Mrs. Fannie Elliot thrills.precendented photoplay of unusual BAKERS SERVICE STATION S

Lu Elliott left for S
Helen Morgan: of "Show Boat" '. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. Lawton Sims of Atlanta, Ga., after q. Local
fame, Charles Ruggles, who was the Representative ,
Canal Point. attended the American several weeks at the
drunken rpporler in "Gentlemen of
Legion dance at the Clewiston Inn tel I HERALD LINES UNITED LINES
the Press" and Fred Kohler, famous 61G 19 Platt St. ,
Tuesday night. Troy' B. Puryear of 391 N. W.: 24th Street
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heavy villain of the allversheet, are TAMPA, FLA. ,MIAMI, FLA.
Is visiting his ,
featured in the principal roles. PHONE 21011
Sims R. Connell left this week for
ter, Mr. and Mrs.. .I'
Romance!
Nashville, Ga. the Watanabe Hotel.
The romantic and glamorous: cri-I ... \
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Mrs. R. T. Patterson, president Members of the
Clei-Istoll. temporal background of Gary Coop
Association
the Parent-Teacher
mittee of the Girl I

motored to Fort Myers Thursday met at the home of er's newest starring picture, "Only We and the
: Brave" which starts at the Ket-
to atteud. a district P. T. A. con day night when plans LargestTire -
1 tier Wednesday, March 19, for
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a charter for the lo
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; ee days run. J
I and equipping the 10c
/ J. A. Baker who cooperated withC. : Coopr is cast as a daring captain of Maker' offerS ," I
with uniforms were
G. Muench n the perfecting of the \ cavalry in this adventure-romance of you
ent were Mrs. J. G. A
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Muench sugar cane harvester left the war-torn days when Grant and
man; Mrs. Wilson S.

,. .' Tuesday for New Orleans where he 1 I. ant chairman; Mrs. were saynlg it with 'cannon and Clewiston'sGreatest Values

will spend a few weeks before continuing ,\ He volunteers as a spy on a
Mrs. William G.
to his home In Pasadena, Cal. errand behind the lines of ItS
Williamson, 'Mrs. H.
battle action. In'fulfilling his danger
Mrs., R. Y. Patterson. m mad the strofigert l of 'Hor-
prO
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson S. Harvel motored mission he meets Mary Brian.SEND Mp
rey is captain of the ity any tire enjoys: MORE'PBOPLEanct'
to Palm Beach for dinner and ,
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with Mrs. Yancey, Mrs. ifs millions more people, today!RIDE ON,

a show Sunday evening. \\ Mrs. Spicer, lieutenants.Mr. GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER
KIND. True here as everywhere.

Success .crowned the efforts of I I f '\.
and Mrs usG Keep im mind, the. outstanding reason wit
( those in charge of the St. 7
tricks\ to Fort Myers Sunday.E. Goodyear Tires offer you' the most for. your
silver tea given at the home of Mrs. money: GOODYEAR BUILDS MORE THAN

Cleo A. Houze for the benefit of the ." W. McCully, local 1A', OF ALL TIRES SOLD IN AMBRIC -

Clewiston Parent-Teacher associationThe '' MILLIONS :MORE THAN ITS NEXT NEAREST .
has sold his
Houze residence was attractive I.man 1M S COMPETITOR.
Palm Beach county

. Iy decorated in the appropriate white I to ,House No. 2 in a Keep in.mind that we actually prove the superiority

t .' and green color .scheme. Flowers in Clewiston. : u in Goodyear. 'I Tires_ before. yon _buy: rJ ,t

( the dining room included white roses Y LAUNDERING TO- MORE TRACTION IN THE TREAD. MORE 'j {
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The regular meeting
j THE CLEWISTON ENTED SUPERTWIST CORD CARCASS.
I I' phlox Lighted green tapers helped iston' Parent-Teacher

t't'I I the effect and the sandwiches' were !'I II be held in the school ? i LAUNDRY CO. i Keep in mind that we give yon Bound, experienced i.
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i '. '" green and white with cakes on which Fridayafternoon at, advice in making proper selection from.
I:: were green and white shamrocks. Have your wife take a vacation among the many Goodyear'' types-and that ,

Flowers in the hall and living room 1 lwere Several matters of in via) the Clewiston Laun. '. we back up your tires with a courteous, watrh-

scheduled_ for fal, year round service, which enables you to
roses, sweet ,peas and uasturJtiums. Snow-white way. We will call for
ord attendance is enjoy fully the extra miles of safe, troubTefreadriving

The event was acknowledged I !' '" ---- deliver your family laundry, at Trade your old ? built into Goodyear Tires and' Tube. .
one of the most successful social .% : I same time each week.,' tires for safe t
Mr. ,and Mrs. G. L. '
r. events of the season. | new Goodyear' Keep these facts in mind AND DON'T BEAU
parents of an eight Weathers TALKED: OUT OF THE GREATEST
I y':. Pouring were Mrs. F. D. Duff and CLEW
born last Monday TON or Double VALUES IN TOWN!
j Mrs. H. A. Bestor while Mrs. W. G.
I LAUNDRY Eaglea. ,
I Ames ,and Mrs. Cleo A. Houze served E.; M. Megaha of,'Fort EL PASO AVE.& InC. Will you caD-or shall we call? .
On the receiving line were Mrs. SAN BOHJTA ST. "
er-in-law of Dr. J. .C. "
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William .ce'cU. Owen and Mrs. R. Y. T: :
CLEW/STON
!, Patterson I attorney announced in his the cand Fourth FLORiDA I CLEWISTON MOTOR CO. : : : '


Those present included .Mrs. J. E. | cuit. The State's ( 4lntrr. b'rtow- its l. llndry Clewiston, Fla.

Winn, Mrs. P G. Bishop, Mrs.\ Leah '
fourth circuit acts as
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: Spicer, Mrs. T. F. Yancey, Miss Ja-II -
torney in circuit court'
mye Williams, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Hendry and Glades
i Goddard, R. Y. Patterson, H. A. Bes-

: "tor, Captain F. Deane Duff, Mr. and -. : ':J: :c, :'
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Mrs. P: A. Poche,\ Mr. and Mrs M.: and Ft George E. Newberry Hanley of of ;. \\H ,:'I'n;<' i ;, ; :: : ,c::;, ,: < k'y

W.. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. AllbfcndsMr. r .'
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and Mrs. Dick. C. Miller, Mr. and inspection of the [ : ANOTHER DIVIDEND > : '"

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Mrs. A. L. Crowe Mr. and Mrs. Company holdings ; '<' / _
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A. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Beards I' ';''
ley, Mr. and Mrs George Heinz, Mr ton a day sugar mill. <. ', At the recent: meeting of the home building association; ? :,:,:.' .

and Mrs. W. T. Mafield and daughter pressed mpiessed themselves with the as : : again a dividend at the rate of seven per cent annum was :; :... ..
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Jane, Mrs. Frank' M. Wright and son (dare? ,-<: : I'".',.'

Frances, Mrs. J. A,' Baker, Mrs. B. r .; ,
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B.- Kettl, Albert Anderson, William G H With payments as low as fifty cents a week you can : ,: t,): '


Sue Ames Bates, C. Jlamsey., Mr. Coleman, E. Gobson, Miss Mary Miss i I start an interest bearing account with this responsible organlzatlon :'.:'::.:/ ;.;.: "

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Sheldon, Miss Elta' Whatley, Mrs. W. : / \ ." r .(:
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D. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jackson }< ,: : .- )

William Cecil Owen; Dr. F. L. Ta- < ;ifJ.; : -:; {' : :< 1 :

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and Glenn Heard.ROOMS( : : :; ; > ;yfi!{,- ; ; :: ,\\r{:. SOCIATION.Clewiston .

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