The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00259
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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 28, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00259
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The Center of America's New :"i,' FH": "h' Cl' e''is toi'iN ewS II Where', Industry And '

t' i Sugar Bowl :". '-- Agriculture MeetVOLUME I.
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r YIELD' SHOWN 14GkL Ask CoastLine H JN U dTflTED I I\\]I : OF POST OFFICE Scandals To Be Given AT MIAMI LOCKS i

i To Advance CIViC ENTER S I JCREASED Next (
Wednesday And ,,
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( !; JT. flrLD J .. Arrival Time. ; '- Thursday.April NOVJ! UNDER WAY

i And Pool Clewiston Will Ha
Change of time of departure of the v e 2 and 3 has been
High Tonnage Is Also Atlantic Coast Line train was announced Room Planned For Second Class Post as the date for the presentation Frostproof Man Starts
f Shown In Clewiston yesterday by Roy Green. local -, Central Avenue. Office In July. of the "Clewiston Scandals of 1930" Construction A. C. L.
agent, who said that In; the fa- under the ;
auspices of the Ladies Aid
Division \ Harvest: AsMill ture the train will leave Clewistoi Laying New Tracks To
-, Construction of a new building on Clewiston's postoffice rating will Society of the Clewiston Community

Ends 12th Week daily at 6:50: p. in. instead of 5:25 p. Central avenue in the Civic Center he changed from third to second classon church, it was announced yesterdayby Handle New Business.

Of Operation. .'The changed schedule is now in I section for Mrs. E. A. Schult was July 31 this year, according to Mrs.. William G. Ames, president.
effect. No time will be lost in travel
started yesterday by Crow Brothers word received yesterday from the Reserved scats will be on sale late Construction of a large packing

A new sugar cane tonnage figure, between here and Jacksonville. local contractors. The building will Post Office authorities at Washington this week and admission has been set house at Miami Locks by L. Maxey,

f based on a per month :yield was established Members of the Clewiston Better be 25 x '40 feet, of tile and stucco by R. Y. Patterson, local postmaster. at $1.00. and improvement of the railroad

at.Canal Point this week Business League have petitioned the construction and while it will be a Rehearsals have been under way loading facilities in the Miami Locks

when nine months old sugar cane on Atlantic Coast Line to advance the one story building, specifications for ,Under the second class rating the for the past two months and the pro- ; section by the Atlantic Coast. Line

a field in that area showed a yieldof time of train qrrival to 10:30 a. m. foundations and walls are such that Clewislon post office will 'be given gram will include double quartettes, I. railroad was learned yesterday.The .

67 tons per acre. Figured on the instead of 11:15 a. m. so that all"niai another story can be added later. better equipment and alloted more song and dance numbers, monologuesand packing house which will be

. basis of nine months of growth, the will be distributed by noon. Railroad The new Civic Center section build clerks resulting! in a general improvement playlets. The curtain will rise at one of the largest in this section will

67 ton yield established a yield rate officials are now working on this re- ing is to be used as a restaurant anda in both service and equipment. eight o'clock sharp next Wednesday be SO x 120 feet and foundation piling -

of eljfht tons per month which is quest. pool room, there being two entrances -: Increasing volume of business and Thursday. have already been sunk to rock.. \

acknowledged as a record yield In I on the 25 foot front. Lease on the 'handled in the post office has resulted The building will be constructed to

'0 the sugar industry. Although yieldsas ACREAGE MARKET building has been taken by Jack : in the department's granting an withstand possible damage from

high as 65 tons per acre are recalled Rone, owner-manager of the Clewiston additional appropriation for permanent MRS. PATTERSON storms. The equipment for the present

in some sugar countries, cane ACTIVE AS THREE Taxi Service, and it is expected' services of an extra clerk. MissL. will be sufficient to load four

\ reaching this yield required from 18 that both the new pool room and the ,: M. Overall was employed on a REELECTED HEAD cars a day with provision for enlargement

I to 24 months to mature as compared new restaurant will be open tor busi- "temporary basis during the Christmas later.L. .

,i', : with the nine months maturity of the SALES ARE! MADE ness within the next month. 'holidays but the action of the OF LOCAL Maxey for whom the packing
P. T. A.
I, I Canal Point cane on the Southern Commenting on his plans for the :postal authorities means that permanent house is being constructed is ownerof

: Sugar Company plantations. new business, Mr. Rone said: service of three clerks will be a large citrus packing plant at
I Sugar cane in the Clewiston division Clearwater Man Plans -"I am not coming into Clewiston Allowed in the Clewiston office. Local Frostproof. '

of the sugar company has also Large ,Avocado Grove with blind optimism. I have visited In connection, with mail service it Woman 'NamedTreasurer I Recognizing the importance of the

. shown a high yield and while 40 tons On Ritta Land. the community several times duringthe ,was learned this week that a new P. T. A. section as a winter vegetable center

per acre is accepted as average, past year and have kept in intimate :air mail service to be inaugurated For 12th District.Mrs. the Atlantic Coast Line railroad this

yields in this section have repeatedly touch with the' developmentof from Miami April 1 by which mail week started the construction of two
The real estate market in the
run as high as 55 and 60 tons per northern Everglades showed flurryof the community. The result is that from 'Miami will be delivered 15 R. Y. Patterson was unani- additional tracks in the Miami Locks t
first a I am more than convinced that the hours later In New York or Chicago. I section. One of the new tracks will I
,acre on year cane. '
activity this week when three mously reelected president of the
I ,:', Smooth efficiency continues to opportunity here is gouden and since It Is' also believed that there is a Clewiston Parent-Teache Associationat be a team or dray track and the sec
sales in 52
,.' mark the operation of the 4,000 tons were announced acreage by totalling James E. Beards-acres the trend of town growth is definitely possibility of the mail plane stopping the election of officers in that organization ond will be an Industrial track to

' a day factory of the Southern Sugar toward the Civic Center section, the for a pick-up at West Palm Beach. serve the new packing house.
; ley, local real estate broker. The held last Friday in the
I Company as the twelfth week of operation Central avenue location was the logical Jf[ this is ,done it will be possible to auditorium of the Clewiston school. Vegetable shipments from this section -
three deals
which closed this
t closes, and .indications- are I Ih were one." have mail from Clewiston arrive in i for the past few weeks have
week included acre Miss Elta Whatley was named
sale of two ten :
h k that the grinding season will continue Mr. lone said that he has had previous -, Chicago or New York the following been comparatively light with the '
tracts to Clewiston residents and one vice president, Mrs. William Cecil
for several weeks. successful experience in operation 'day. exception of cabbage shipments
i 32 acre tract to a Clearwater, Fla., of restaurants and lunch r6oms. Owen secretary, and Mrs. Fred Max- which during the past two weeks,
Long trains of Ii .
sugar cane are well treasurer.

the railroad yards at the mill and man.. The biggest transaction of the SEMINOLE FARMS The meeting which, was in chargeof have averaged a car a day./These;
were, consigned to Chicago and New
regular shipments of raw sugar are CENSUS BUREAU the teachers of the school includeda
week was the sale J of' 32 acres of the York' markets.
being made to the refineries in Sa- ,
i! t, T. J. Champion estate at 'Rltta to B. PUMP health program in which the school
,;, vannah. Clearwater. 1, pupils took par .
J Kilgore of This property ASKS HELP t

,',.' .which ,has both lake and highway Under presidency of Mrs. Patterson MERCHANTS ASKED{

: ': fflLS OUTS, ET frontage- --. .is' "in. .'-the. _." -Hit, -to.'.- ..section.."". -. -- Mr. -- GLADES- : WORKiJTARTEf, .... "",' remarkable progress--has been- .. ,
,. Kilgore owns adjoining 40 'acretract made 'fri--PairenPTea"cher work in .TO SUBMIT "PLANS

and it is reported that with the Clewiston during the past

TESTS IN FIRST! acquisition of the additional 32 acres Fairbanks Morse Equip. Recognition of the Clewiston 1n esi-
@ he is planning an avocado grove on Agricultural Census ment To Be Used In dent's ability was indicated by mem-

HIKE the 72 acre tract. Be Started On bers of the state P. T. A. organization -
Irrigation Work.
Glenn B. Heard, local contractor. Wednesday.The when Mrs. Patterson at a recent Goal Towa rd

completed negotiations this week for district meeting in Fort Myers was
Start of construction of the founda- Which To Work Is .
Local TroopOVERNIGHT MernK ers the purchase through Mr. Beardsley Census of Population elected treasurer for the twelfth district ,
for 4,000 gallons minute
J .l Spend Week End In i of ten acres in Section No. 19 immediately riculture will begin on next station at Seminole Farms, of the state P. T. A. This district Aim Of Request. -

:' : east of the Palm Beach coun- day and the Census includes the counties of Glades,
.) Camp At Alva. miles east of Clewiston was an-
I -,\ ty line from C.' J.: Shurtiff of Mon pointed by the government yesterday by John Mowry Hendry, Charlotte, De -Soto, Collier Members of the Clewiston Better

tana. The property has highway at farms for full information. and Lee. Business League' will be asked to
: Members of the Clewiston: troop of manager, who said that the
I frontage: on the north side of the Bureau of Census is submit suggestions for goals toward
Girl scouts enjoyed their first overnight very equipment has been ordered
I highway. that familiar which the organization may work, it
Farmers be
I, ", hike last week when thirteen will be on the ground by the Awards By Kight To ..
farm schedule before the was decided at the regular meeting
girls accompanied by the troop officers the foundation is completed. The
Be Made To ScoutsAt of the association in the Watanabe
Tariff calls
spent the week end at Alva. Sugar' Raise so he can secure the pumping equipment which will be

, house. Discussion of the activities of the
. morning accompanied by Mrs. irrigation system at Seminole
:.. Senate Action association brought the suggestionfor
Everglades farmers who
N. C. Storey, captain; Mrs. Spicer, is Fairbanks Mprse pump with members of the Clewiston troopof
concentrated action toward a defi-
first lieutenant and Mrs. Jesse G. received a sample blak are Seal continental motor. Boy Scouts will be ready for ex-
The sugar industry in the, northern write at onse to the County : nite goal and G. V. Hudson, president
Allhands, chairman of the community .i There are now 100 acres in culti- amiuatin foor second class badges
Everglades was 'given definite assurance asked that each member submit suggestions -
or to A. F. Pickard, Census
committee of the scouts. the manager said and work when Scout Executive H. O. Kight
4 of protection against unfair foreign at the next meeting whichis
The night was divided into watches visor, Lakeland, Florida, and be started in the next few weeks of Fort, Myers arrives here tonightto
competition this week when the will be furnished. to be held April 29.
an officer and two scouts stand picking IS acres of peppers. conduct the tests at the regular
Senate passed the tariff bill carryingan Following a discussion of the recent -
ing each watch. All work including weekly scout meeting in the school
camp increase in the tariff on sugar.It activity of the state road de-

,>f the cooking, was done by was reported in The. Clewiston Sarasota Attorney Local l Boys Join auditorium. The other members in partment in including in the 1930

1 the girls. News two weeks ago that the senate Moves Off ice Naval AviationWallace the troop are pushing ahead with budget the work to be done on tho
Those who*en joyed the trip included their studies and will be ready for ..
r I committee had recommended a tariff Those'l Sugarland highway -, the merchantsordered ....
Carolyn Hawkins. Mae the second class tests on Mr. Klght'snext
Lilly Stone '
I rate of two cents on Cuban sugar and w. W. Preston, Sarasota alt Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs that a letter of appreciation

Betty Spicer, Frances Taylor, Emma the action of the senate this week in has leased the office on the M. Allen, and Elmer Montgomery visit.The be written Senator Alfred H. Wagg,

Laura Bethea, Margie Harvel, Evelyn passing the bill gives definite as- anza avenue side of the Blate the Navy this week with the troop will leave tomorrow for of West Palm Beach for his coop.
the second week end hike in the history -
Hare, Mary Bush, Vesta Allen Frances -
surance that there will be an. increase ing and will officially open } of specializing in aviation eration with the Hendry county dele
of the organization when accom-
(;, ff r Tippey, Dorothy Deam, Marcia in the sugar tariff. office here next Monday.Mr. gation at the state road board meeting
Frank Cothern, scoutmaster
I Avant and Jewel Lowe. panied by
I The bill now goes to the House. Preston practiced law in Both boys passed entrance exami- in Jacksonville.L. .
.I\ At the regular weekly scout meet- The recommendation of the house ington for several years before at Miami and after prelimi- and Dick White, assistant scout- A. Morgan, announcing that: the
will travel to Flagpole -
, ,. Ing last week master the boys
at the home
of Mrs.
was a 2.40 tariff on Cuban sugar and ing to Sarasota, Fla., where work in Virginia they will be Cypress in the Everglades to county registration books are now

Spicer three scouts who passed their with the senate's recommendation of a practicing attorney for the to California for early training. open at the Standard Iii Company
the week end.
hostess tests were Carolyn Hawkins two cents, domestic sugar producers five years.In they successfully pass examina- spend bulk station, urged all merchants to
not passed
who have yet ,
Those :
Betty Spicer and Mae
Lilly Stone. were assured that there will be an moving to Clewiston, Mr. they will eventually' be trans- their second class tests will have an register 'and vote in tho June prima.

<,' increaso to at least two cents and ton said he intends to to the Naval Air station at opportunity of improving their work ries. '

R. R. OFFICIALS HERE possibly to. 2.20. community his permanent Fla. The enlistment pe- while scouts who are awarded second
he has closed his office in is four years. class badges tonight ,will work during -
Railroad officials of the Atlantic AID COMMITTEES TO '
the hike to for examinations -
Coast Line who visited Clewiston on BE }NAMED NEXT WEEK prepare Guy M. Strayhorn, an active lawyerin
first class badges.
c business" during the past week wereR. COUNTY BOOKS TO CLOSEIN Lee County since 1916 with the exception

\ T. Sinclair, freight claim agent of Standing committees to serve of his army service during

Wilmington, 'J. B. Livingston, Florida during the coming year In the La- CLEWISTON NEXT MONDAY TAXI SERVICE ISESTABLISHED the war, announced this week: his

claim agent of Orlando 0. H reelection as state's attorney
Page, dies Aid Society of the Clewiston .. HERE candidacy for
,....... superintendent of transportation of I Community church will be appointed ; ,! ::.rgamsm .- for this district. He is a mem

Jacksonville, W. S. Evans assistant at a meeting of the society next County registration books to register here before Mon- Inauguration of Clewiston's first ber of the Methodist church, a thir

.-... general freight agent of Orlando and Thursday afternoon, It was announced close in Clewiston next Monday may still register in La Belle un- taxi service was announced yester- ty-second degree Mason, member of

D. M. Lambin, engineer of maintenance by Mrs. William G. Ames 30 days before the Juno 5 primary day by Jack Rone, formerly of Miami I.. he Elks, the I. O. O. F. and tho

of way of Jacksonville. reelected president.The It was announced by J. A. while the books may be returned who has established his stand American Legion.

i meeting will be ,the first of justice[ of the. peace, who said Clewiston later, itfr. McGhee said at the Clewiston Inn.

i I FLOOD BOARD MEETS the year under the newly elected the books will be returned no statement to this effect had In addition to meeting trains, Mr. GLADES WEATHER ,

I officers and Mrs. Ames Is now work Belle next Thursday. made by county officials. Rone's seven passenger Cadillac

"Members. of the Florida Flood Con- ing on a list of committees. The registration books are Those who have ever registered in sedan will be available for motor Dale Max. Min. Evap.

\ trol Board mot in West Palm Beach Officers in the society are Mrs. for Clewiston voter from 8:00 precinct will not be required to ing parties and his plans include Mar. 18 75 53.5 ..096'Mar.

"" Wednesday, sitting as an equalization William G. Ames, president; Mrs. to 5:00 p. m. dally at tho bulk again to voto In the June the possible establishing of a bus 19 83 59 .212
board to hear complaints and If necessary Wilber D. Cole first vice mill barracksto Mar. 20 79. 63 .220
presidentMrs. of the Standard Oil Company although poll taxes for the (Inc from the Sugar
make adjustments on taxes. Claude Downs vice- business section of Mar. 21 SG 5G .166
second nal street and ClewJstonites two years must be paid. This, the main

I > No complaints were made. Captain president; Mrs. Fred B. Puryear, have not registered are urged McGhee said may be done by town. Phone numbers for the new Mar. 22 81.5 54.5 .225

' ,,, F. Deane Duff, Clewiston member of treasures and Mrs. Frank O. Rich- so.' before Monday to be the poll tax money to J. L. taxi service were given as 393 and Mar. 23 84 58.5 .157
: the board, was I 6G. .19F
present. mann Mar. 24 79
vote In the June primaries. tax collector In La Belle. 105.


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CLEWiSTON NEWSPublished Louisiana promptly Increased their holed out and moved away tlement of lands not yet fullyre- .. begin I to think on safe, sane lines, I j to a sad ending, for what the country 4
THE holdings In the Lake Okeechobee 4. Players who have holed out I
claimed and as the area becomes feeling that they have a part to take needs, from the Halls of Congress
district of Florida, and their new should not try their putts over again more thickly settled greater loss of In Government 1
every Friday at our local and otherwise down, is l leaders whose plans and
Clewiston, Florida. sugarcane production has already: extended when other players are following life and larger property damage and that to be effective they policies are filled with religious motives. -
---- over thousands of acres in them. -. "i might result from its failure. He Is must make some sacrifices and self This kind of leadership will9, .,
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher/ the vicinity of Clewislon. Winter 5. Players looking for a lost ball of the opinion, therefore, that the denials, there will bo less unrest. Inspire others to have faith in them

TOM SMITH\ ..................:. Editor tourists to Miami have visited the should allow other matches comingup United States. should not participatein If they do not, it will weaken the and will give our leaders the inspiration -
Entered at the Postoffico at Clew- near-by district, and they have been to pass them; they should signal: the construction of any levee of effectiveness of their cooperation to carry on.
amazed by_ the Florida fields: where to the players following them to pass lesser grade section ;
istou Florida, as second class matter. .' or than that pro- with the leadership of our country Is your greater faith in praise or.
-- ., --- sugarcane is harvested by new and and having given such a signal they 'posed by the Board of Engineers for 1..and will have a, tendency to bring us in criticism? Stop. and Think! X
RATES wonderful machines that are produc- should continue their I '.
SUBSCRIPTION not play until Rivers and Harbors, which contem,
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One Year ..............'.......................... $2.50 ing as astonishing'achievements in these players have passed and are plates a levee with a crest at (in elevation -.----- --.-----'--"-----. -- - '-'

Six Months ..........:....................,.... 1.50 the industry as; the McCormick harvester out of reach. ,, j of 34 feet Instead of 31 as pro- .1t y. p .,; 2... I":1: %

Three Mouths ................................ .75 accomplished in the grain. fi. Turf cut or displaced by a player posed by local interests. "
fields years ago. should be at once replaced and. It will be necessary for "local in- II
in'ch. discount Eventually theUnited States may : pressed down with the foot. <' terests" toprovide $3,812,00 If this :
for plates.cents No per special position, grow so much sugarcane that it will .7. A player should carefully fill recommendation is adopted by Cong .CROW BROTHERS:
be able to catch up with our American up nil holes made by himself in -a, ress.-Tampa Tribune. .
guaranteed. All advertising copy sugar eaters even though they bunker.. ".t I I /
must be In this office .Wednesday C 0 NTRACTORS'Clewiston J
average 105 pound annually_ each S. Players should see that their Go After Itl! '.' : ,
before issue of paper. I
year. caddies do not injure the holes by When primal man was hungry he > .
SCIENTIFIC AGRICUl- standing close to them when the went out into the forest after food. ', .- Fla.

TURAL METHODS / ground is soft. I He did not remain in his cave waiting
Scientific agricultural methods, being Ill Rumor travels on the wings of for food to come to him. ,!

: used in the sugar industry in I A wealth of Interesting material imagination.. Last week AI Capone The business man of today earns
Louisiana and Florida was the sub which furnishes material for casual after his release from the Philadel his food by selling merchandise or :-a.: ._ .:$ -.X'-.Mi2. I.-t kI.-r: i
of interesting article released and which find no phla pen was simultaneously seen ---- !
ject an I I(jottings yet can his personal services in one way or .
the National Industries News Service in the columns in Florida, Illinois, New York, penn- -- :: :: ==: ===::=-:: : := : : : = : = = = = : I
by place regular news another. : =: :: : : : : ==::=: ==:: == ::== :::=: =: ::=::=:::::::= =:::=:.
of Washington, D. C., this week. !I: or among social notes, is the excuse sylvania and believe it or not, in When "business Is slack," it Is up I\
The article which mentions the '! for this new column. What the infant the Clewiston sugar mill! During to the modern man to stimulate, it, ;
TMuench harvester used on the Southern shall be named we will leave to / those few days of last week any- to go after it-not wait In his storeor ...

Sugar Company plantations; its 5,000 godfathers, the Clewiston one who nicked his cheek in the his office for reluctant business' DEL I C IOU( 0 C ," "t
the northern Everglades is a follows: News readers. morning shave, passed as the to seek him. "

Three :years ago the Louisiana The goal will not be solely to take ,: cago racketeer.A Chi-I The best means of getting more
sugarcane crop dropped to its lowest the place of the"town jester nor willit suggested song title for the 1930. business, It has been demonstratedover

level of production, but there has be to disseminate heavy !informa Scandals is "When It's.Onion. Time I and over again is to cry your GUERNSEYVHIPPING CREAM e)
been a steady come-back, with results tion. Contributions will ever be wel- in Florida, I'll Breathe My Love To : wares in the local newspaper.
so astonishingly successful that 'come. And now we're ready for the You." I No energetic man who has a commodity AND STRAWBERRIES

new fields of cane. sugar have appeared christening next week. Major Seversl\:).. chief pilot for the I of real value to sell need ever

( in Florida, and the .agricultural But'we don't want to let this young Sikorsky 'Aircraft Company flew here j feel the pinch of poor business. All

:. experts, who should be crowned column run wild like the story of from Palm Beach last week.: The mat I he needs to do Is to tell those about 1 CLEVISTO J DAIRY COMPANY
with laurel, wreaths of victory, believe Neil Stewart's boat. jor who was a flier in the Russian!? him truthfully as to what he has to :

:-. that other States of the South Years ago, so the story goes, Neil army was high in his praise of the I sell.and put the right price on it. Sugarland Highway Phone 333
... will soon be growing sugarcane on seeing a dazzling future as a shipbuilder local airport, saying that he had more Follow the hunch of the primal i
. a large scale. terminated weeks: of labor by than one half of the runway left after man! He gained a living under more i I

;'_ The experiments in variety tests completing the construction of a he had brought his big amphibianto adverse conditions than any of us ( 1 I

of sugarcanes in Louisiana have re scow-like flat bottom rowboat. Assisted a stop. We have heard similar i[ ever dreamed of.-Lake Wales High- ..= ::: =::= :=:: := =:= =: =: =: :=:: ::::: : :: : :: =::==:=== :: =: :=:=::== :=== =:::: :==::: =:= 7:= :: : I
cently been reported in detail in a by the children of the neigh- stories from every pilot. who landed I lander. -
circular by the United States Department borhood he built a ways on the banksof here and our facilities have been ,

,. of Agriculture at Washington. the river that coursed through the praised by such prominent fliers as Latin Investments .1

i:' .' There are a number of varieties of town. On the appointed day the Edlie Stinson, George Haldeman, Old suspicions of Latin America
,: what are called P. O. J., and under launching 'ceremony was pompously Clarence Chamberlin, George Pome- toward the United States are disappearing [ PHONE 105 I

. organized. methods tests have been opened and the situation brought to roy and now Major Seversky Now is and a spirit of confidence I
. made over a period of several years'I a dramatic conclusion when a young the time to make} plans to get those I I prevails. This augurs well, for the FOR DINNER PARTY RESERVATIONS
i .
r in order to obtain the best results i, belle with a mighty swing broke a messages over to the flying schoolsIn further development of friendshipand
, from the the standpoint of general i bottle of coke on the prow as lusty the north which are looking ,for' closer relations. OR

t,. .S suitability. for culture and calculatingyields i I cheers went up from the crowd of nice safe training grounds for the I' ;,This improved change has been j

r: -. of sugar per arre.: The new by-standers as the flat bottom tub winter.It preceded by greatly increased Investments TO ARRANGE- FOR GUIDES FOR'
., varieties have given "satisfactory slid down the greased ways into the strikes us that awarding of the of United States capital, according -
:: ;. results in both the experimental and I water. One little oversight wrecked yard prize in June, by the Woman's' to Dr. Max Winkler vice- FISHING OR .HUNTING PARTIES.

c; large-scale planting," according to a the momentous occasion for in their Club is the finest communtiy job undertaken president of Bertron, Griscom & Co. /
t:,: recent bulletin of the Agricultural I I preparation the sponsors had neglected by any local organization.i 'of New York. He has made a studyof

'-;<,. Department.. to tie a rope to the boat and Look down any pine lined street toj,. the situation for the World Peace THE CLEWISTON INN.

.: ....., -J j It is interesting 'to recall that .atone .', caught in the current it drifted three realize what the Clewiston l Company!l 4!I Foundation and has issued' a report, .,..; ". _' '0 ." ,'_." % .J,. '_/
".. time Louisiana furnished. most 1 miles down< the river before it was officials have accomplished along under the title "Investments of CLEWISTON FLORIDA
'. .'. of the sugar used in this country.- I washed up on a bank. beautification lines with' their seve- United States Capital in Latin Ameri "In The Center of America's New Sugar Bon*!"

{. ,. Sugarcane was cultivated in Continental So with the column, posibly we'd: league 'boots of enthusiasm. With the ca."

-, America as early as "1751, and I better attach a rope of discretion lest j I women encouraging more beautiful He sees a new era of wealth and I
:: in the West Indies in the days of'' it be swept away in the current of yards Clewiston within the next five prosperity entering the southe r n ;t :
. .
Y. .. Christopher Columbus. It took a catastrophe indignant public opinion. years will be a veritable paradise.Few countries as a result of the American

(l'' '.". which almost destroyedthe I Junior-Senior banquet in Clewis- people appreciate the fact financial aid. Our investments, he
i; ... "Louisiana Sugar Bowl" in 1926 i ton this week. Swiftly we're getting that Moore Haven does an annual says have increased from $1,242,000-
: .
, J: to arouse concerted action and to into the city class. Five years ago fish business of almost quarter of, 000 prior to the World war to 5,5S7-
:.'i.'.. bring the domestic sugar industry to if we were told there'd be a junior- a million dollars a year. Shipmentsare 494,000, a gain of 319 per cent In 15

J the support of 'a program which had i senior anything in Clewiston we'd mostly catfish consigned to the years. In the same period of time

+:' Its beginning when Doctor E. W. probably have died of hysterics. St. Louis markets. Business In ,that British Investments tiave increased IAn

:? Brandes, a leading official of the I In Canal Point, P. E. Bryant reports lake town slumped a bit this season only 18 per cent, and "are now 5SS9- CONTI UED DEVELOPMENT ,

United States Department of Agriculture sugar cane yield on a section of land but arrival of Lent is expectedto 353,000, or only slightly in excess of !
declared war' and vowed to amounted to 67 tons per acre. This substantially increase the de- those from the United States. Of our 1

destroy the tiny insect carrier that was plant or first year cane and is mand. total $2,294,212,000 are in South American

had brought disease to Louisiana a greater per month yield than ever Westbrook Pegler calls the slot countries, the remainder in Latin -
sugarcane. The boll weevil had raised before recorded in the sugar industryThe machine a mechanical pickpocket. So i nations closer to us, such as Mexico increase in the sugar tariff and favor-

J havoc with cotton; the Mexican Canal Point cane was less' thana say we all. But Mr. Pegler, we don't and Cuba.
beetle was already traveling North; year old and while some Hawaiiancane have them mechanical varmint in The foreign trade, of' Latin America able recommendation by the U. S. War

the cattle tick had ruined live stock comes near to that yield figure, Clewiston. just before the war approximated.
Department for flood control
In the South. Then the pesky bugs it is on a maturity basis of 18 to 20 $3,000,000,000 and this has more than engineers

threatened ruin to sugarcane. In the months instead of less than a year. [l doubled. About 27 per cent of theprewar work in the Okeechobee
area. few ad-
new crisis Doctor Brandes secured are a
Clewiston division the Southern commerce was with the
the cooperation of the Dutch experi- Sugar Company officials duringthe II OTHER EDITORS I United States and 22.6 per cent with ditional reasons for Clewiston's continued
ment station in East Java, and it
was past few months have reported Great Britain. Our percentage has

Brandes who gathered together a first year cane running as high as Money For Flood_ Control gained over the British, particularlywith growth. .
group of workers, secured an air- 60 tons per acre. The adoption of the Florida flood South America where Englandonce ,

/- plane and spent eight months among! And now that the Washington officials control project, as recommended by had the larger share. \ ,
the head hunters and pigmies of the have seen the light and approved the Chief of Engineers, Is a matterof These figures reveal the increasing
Island of New Guinea. Their plane ] a sugar tariff increase affording -I: great importance to Florida. Interest of the United States in Latin During the past few years Clewiston has

.carried the party more than 10,000 \ protection; against unfair': The recommendation carries with [I America and the development of the
miles 'and the American scientists competition, the Southern Sugar activities -I 'It an estimated cost of $9,692,000, i 1 trade between the two Americas. grown from a wide place in the road to a
brought back 221 strong and hardy I have greater possibilitiesthan I conditioned on Florida "local Inter- j Both our investments! and commerce '
varieties of sugarcane. The Dutch I ever. And it doesn't need a i ests" contributing $3,812,00. The proj : are bound to grow rapidly, and In thriving 'industrial community'and with ,

sugar scientist, Jan Kobus had ]Brisbane or a Babson to figure out ect includes' levees, protection works this expansion Miami is naturally vitally !
"- scoured the Himalayas. Out of the I what this means to Clewiston. and channels, which will provide concerned! as we stand half way Dahlberg interests planning continued

experiments by Doctor Brandes and The new nine hole municipal golf flood control, and also many miles of between the two. Just as we are now :I in
his party and the Dutch Doctor Ko expansion the sugar industry, the pro-
course continues to be the favorite shallow navigable waterways Including becoming the central international
bus there was secured a large selection spot of sports loving Clewistonites. a connection between the Gulf airport, so we should become, an im- portionate of the
town is in-
of hybrids which have come to Out there the other day as we dug of Mexico and the Atlantic. The main portant seaport in the ocean tradeof

be known in Louisiana as the P. O. at the ball in a sand trap, a wise- idea, however, is protection, made the Americas.-Miami Herald. evitable. .
J. varieties. Instead of sickly, puny acre passed us with the haughty Imperative by the disaster of 1928. | \\1
sugarcane, the Louisiana crop has admonition "A will DID YOU EVER "
subway never The recommendation calls atten- STOP TO THINK
"come back" with sturdy, strong In Clewiston." :. .;': -\
pay tion to 'the necessity of "protection UNITED STATES SENATOR W. '. ':., .' .
cane, resistant to climate. The new Later in the day this same Sara- for extraordinary and ,the unex- E. BROCK OF TENNESSEE SAYS:
crop Is of an earlier variety than zen dropped into a chair at our desk pected. The report says: "No one That the unrest of the world todayis For Details Write To -
the older
sugarcane .cultivations. For
and after failing to answer several can foretell when a similar hurricanemay largely due to the fact that there
these reasons the agricultural experts questions, we agreed to publish the occur in the future. The safety are not enough who "stop to think."
believe that the cultivation of following eight rules on etiquette of of the lives of the Inhabitants, the.. I have great faith in the American
sugarcane may be extended to sev I (FWSPT\ !
eral States. golf. nrote"tion of their pronertv anal the people and believe if they would stop CHAMBER. OF COMMERCE
1. No one should stand close to' or future development of the '.Evfir..1nrlny? 1 to.thing they would not only be more .
There has'never been a better illustration directly behind the 'ball, move or talk depend upon the levees' belli" jmdehieh useful to, the ,country at large, but Clewiston Floridaf
of cooperation shown In .
when a player is making a stroke. enough and stron r e"owk to h<,' vould. brine: happiness, to the masses '
agriculture than was developed by On the putting green no one should safe acnin rlculture, the Louisiana State Agrl- .stand beyond the hole in the line of can >*o rpaentiohiv antl inatcrtT ." unhappy homes today.
the United States Department of Ag-
a player's stroke. -> n, ;, on r' the chief Engineer iseo Faith Is the foundation of all things
cultural Experiment Station, and the 2. The player who has the honor --' :, ..-. louse 'aa prnn cerlti 'worth while and this faith can only "IN THE, ,CENTER OF AMERICAN
American Sugarcane League of the ,.. ,. ,
should be allowed 'to '
play before hlR "rara can be rienendr1 bp had by those who: "ptov to think." .
United '
States. They entered into opponent. tees-hfs 'ball. ..- i .: vr0M the lake waters unIOPO -' If we should take faith out of a homer SUGAR BOWL" -
agreements at various times and for 3. No player ....
should plav from thp -% M Jp'
overtopped during a business, either or both would .
three years they have been recorded tee until .. '
party in front have ".n.- o' .Jn most severe, 'character.Tfq .' soon he wrecked.Conditions .
In official Federal and State but nh vPr1 their ecnnrf Rt7"n pq nnrl i\"P .
construction would T>l'nh\h1. nro- have changed but human .
letins. _
out of range: nor play un to tlw ;' ., ..
: :Totting 't"q the ronrfflen"e Tior o ofv to nature has not and the sooner
The : "
B. C Dahlerg'
'In green till the party in front)hvo being about the reclamation and set the American people realize this and .

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level to an elevation of 6,000 feet. Tho Summcrfield Cigar Company FOR RENT

I I. VISITING THE NATION'S NEW SUGAR BOWL I To win the event, tho Chevrolet which moved to Miami recently is Front apartment of three rooms, I

coach traveled 36.71 ton-mlles to the now manufacturing cigars on a large modern, in new Hay Building. Will

gallon of gasoline, averaging 20.5 scale and is planning further expan- furnish for nice tenant. Apply Apartment J

(Q miles to the gallon for the 200 miles sion by making several additions and No. r..,

traversed The total weight of the Improvements to the plant, states the

Chevrolet coach, with its driver and Miami Herald. Thero nre more than 4.W.

four passengers, was 3580 pounds.No 300 cigar and cigarette factories in E. KEEN

oil and no water was used duringthe Florida giving employment to over
Certified Public Accountant
.' ,run. 12,000 persons. The Industry Is well
217.218 Harvey Bldg. phone 2-0522
yJ The economy test was staged under scattered over the state
West Palm Beach, Florida
the supervision of the American

;, Automobile Association, sanction number

2306 and was limited to stock =:: :: :: :: i
: :: ==: 666
cars. Six classes of cars were represented -
among the 42 entries. The ,
i (Dentist TabletsRelieves
,1 .. '., Chevrolet coacht, with Mrs. Lawrence
X RAY a Headache or Neuralgia In
at the wheel, not only ,won LABORATORY
30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
first place in its class, but, in addition !. Hopkins Brdg.Clewiston .
Fla day, and checks ''Malaria In three
won the sweepstakes for all days.
CANADA Louisville; G. .W. Ragan. Henderson',, R. Doggett and son, Mrs.\ H. Kellmeyer. classes. :: :: : := =: :
: : : :: : 666 Also' in Liquid
# Pherson, Win. C. Wright and Wm, KANSASJ.
Allan McPherson, Miss S. A. Me- L. Cross and wife, Lewis. WEST VIRGINIAMrs.

T. H Woodson, Orlllia; Mr. and MrsP. H. L. Bennett, Elkius; Rev J
C. Westland, Leamington; Mrs. B. Rupert, Cabin Creek.
Henry W. Burguleres, New Orleans

COLORADODr. Helen J. Stafford, Dudley; Chevrolet WinnerIn

and Mrs. Ellsworth Pagosa Mrs. N. F. Stevens, Boston; Mrs. E. riding seven passenger Cadillac
200 Mile RaceLOS
Springs. J. Whitfiel dand Mrs. Bessie D. Mor- Sedan for hire.
ANGELES, March ''27.Competing
CONNECTICUT ton, Fairhaveu; Mrs. T. P. Knowles, WHY RUN d
against field 41 other '
a of entrants
Mr. and Mrs. F. Plumb, Bridgeport. New Bedford. RISK LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
a 1930 Chevrolet six-cylinder
j Rosa Megman and Frank MegnianPasadena E. P. Fish, Waterville; O. W. I
rence of Los Angeles the SEND fOUR WORK TO-
; Miss\ Mattie Sternes, Oak Prouty, Millinocket; T. W. Clark, Ore won Call Phone No.' 393 or 105
j stake sand first place in its class in
0 land. no; Mrs. Alonzo Thayler, Oakland;
I the annual Gllmore Blue-Green Econo
FLORIDA .B. M. Packard, Sebec Lake; Mae THE CLEWISTON
run here February 14. ,
Miss M. Phillips. H. L. Rawley, E. Hunter, Candu; Mr. and Mrs. Alden my
Every type of road and grade was LAUNDRY CO.
S. Newell, West Palm Beach; Chas. Morse, Mar Harbor.
encountered in the that covered .
'I,' M. Counor, L. E. Covin, Sebring; C. MARYLAND run
200 miles between and
.j i E. Johnson, Orlando; R. E. Goodman Mr. and Mrs., John B. Sheets, Ha- Angeles 'Why take a chance with "clothes ANNOUNCEMENTTo
the Wrightwood mountains. Mrs. Law
Lake Worth; C. J. Harrison and J. gerstown. line pneumonia" during these cold

; '; B. Livingston, Orlando; Dr. and Mrs. MINNESOTAMrs. rence's economical Chevrolet operation demonstrated over course its winter! months, when we will do your the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit 1

I \ C. Edewaard, Ft. Lauderdale; R. Ped F. S. McCabe, St. Paul. a
that included city traffic, country weekly wash work for such a smalls of Florida:
die Miami; H. J. Chapman, West MICHIGANRev. j

Palm Beach; I. Hasbrouk and E. Geo. J. Esper, Fowler; Jas. roads and mountain stretches along m of money? Our telephone is 366. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office of State's Attorney.If .

': Hasbrouk, Ft. Myers; C. E. Simmions E. O'Neil, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. A. a circuitous route rising from sea I am honored with this important trust by the people I promise a

'.. Okeechobee; 'Ben Herr, West Palm Buy and Mr. and Mrs. J. ,Buy, Detroit CLEWISTON faithful discharge of my duty and a fair and impartil eanformecent of

Beach; E. L. Ley, Ft. Meade; F. Bentley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumbuber. ALL of the Criminal Laws without fear or favor. -
Jr., Tampa; S. L. Church, Englewood Marquette; Mrs. Adelaide M. Achard I ;LAUNDRY, inc. Respectfully,.
I; ; ; Mrs. J.: S. Moore, Coral Gables Saginaw;, R. H. Ellis and S. H. DR. J. C. NOWLINGHopkins 'El PASO AVE.&SAN BONITA ST.

',.' Paul Schroeder, A. Arthur and T.. Thompson, Mt. Pleasant; A. R. Cole. i Building, CLEW/STON FLORjDA ROY D. STUBBS.

Northfleat, Miami; A. C. Williams, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hall. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
Ft. Myers; E. E. Mitchell and C. Thompsonville; Mr. and Mrs.. Geo. .. fuour$novsK->White Laundry'

Lewis, Miami; J. H. Greening, Jack- W. Mullen, Ann Arbor; Mrs C. E.

, 1\ sonville. Lambert, Grosse Point; Mr. and Mrs

" i I A. O. Setzer and S. W. Setzer, C. E. Doyle, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.J. .

i I! Tampa; Mrs. C. C. Aushman and Mr J. Lawler. Kalamazoo.
I '' and Mrs. M. L. Sheeler, Ft. Lauderdale NEW ''YORK .
:I :I ; Mrs. Maurice Monroe, Daptona I. I. Dorn, Cobbleskill; Mary Nor- ;, ':', .:.'

I'' Beach; M. D. Davis, West Palm man, Ossining; Mr. and Mrs. Davis : Repairing or Estimate For ..

''I Beach; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams Thompson, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. .:, HERALD' LINES
: ,
-Electrical,Work Any Kind ;; \
: Leesburg; J. B. Jeffrie, Miami; H. A. Miller, New York City. C. M. .. ,
T. Holloway, West Palm Beach; J. Howe, Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. Lucius I.
,. Radio and Appliances of All Kind
, W. O'Toole, R, E. Butter, West Palm W. Robinson. Mrs. ,F. H. Gordon, _'" \ <041,,)__ .:. .., ,. .,
Beach; R. .C. Badger, C. E. Brown, E Rochester; O. T. Howlett, Miss H. Repaired or Sold Overnight service between

S. LaRoche, C. B. Cagan and W. O. E. Howlett, Miss Irene C. Davison.

'" J Caster, West Palm Beach; :Mr. and Miss Amelia Davison, Miss Susan J. J. W. CRANE'Official Clewiston and Tampa:

I Mrs. W. J. Jenkins, Ft. Lauderdale; Davison, Miss Luella Reed,' East

JJ. J. McIntyre, West Palm Beach; Rockaway; Mr. and Mrs. H. O.

: W. Wagner, Sarasota; Mr._ and Mrs.L. Smith, New York City; Mrs. James Franchise... operators. Insured. ..cargoes
W. Wyatt, Lakeland; H. H. Smith Wickham and Henry. Wickham, Cutch -

,Wauchula; T. W. Ford, West Palm ogne); Anton Wacker, Pine Hill; ,Mr.

: Beach; Wm. E. Todd, West Palm and Mrs. W. Groupe, New York City A. C. L. Railroad watch ,inspectorM.

Beach; Mr. and Mrs. JJos. P. Davlin Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Vose. Syracuse;

:L' Miami; John Nagel, Bradenton, Stel- Mr. and Mrs., J. S. Rooney, Buffalo;

., la Henry, Lake Worth; Mr.' and Mrs. Elizabeth E. Young, Dunkirk; Mr. P. BOGGS BAKERS SERVICE STATIONLocal

f.,: C. :M. Davis,' Tampa; W. B. Burgess. and Mrs. Geo. Ingersoll, :New York

; New Smyrna; Mr. and Mrs. D. C. 'City. JEWELER RepresentativeMAKE

i '" Alexander. Ft. Lauderdale; G. N. NORTH CAROLINAR.

I t Patrick. Sadie Patrick, Jacksonville;, J. Sinclair, Wilmington; Mr. Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs

I ;Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Gordon. and Mrs. A. C. Burgess, Greensboro
West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. S. Watson, Greensboro. Clewiston, Florida Hays B'ld'g.the .

Louis Lichtman, Miami; Mr. and Mrs NEW JERSEYJ.

Fred Sharp, Miami, Mildred C. Hicks R. Pickard, Morristown; Mr.

Melbourne Beach; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Augerblock, Orange; Mrs. .

; Worth, West Palm Beach; W. F. Park and Mrs ... -r
M. Macy, Asbury ; Mr. ': .",.. '''' -- '' .;.. \ .
Reinhardt and W. F. Reinhardt, Jr., Geo. Desching. Palinfield; Mr. and .. ; "

., Palm Beach; Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Mrs. M. E. Hlldreth, Trenton, Melvin E-- .

,,,. Baughman, Hollywood; M. E. Bern- V. Webb, Pitman; Mr. and Mrs.F. I ve.eytbingtrr':

husol, Palm Beach; David T. E. Huy- A. Balch, Weehawken.NEW .

ek. Coral Gables; Mrs. A. J. Knecht HAMPSHIREC. it1s
':. : about YOUR SELF AT HOME
Palm C. E. Shull and Miss Martha .
: Bay; P. Hall and Mao E. Nelson, .Salem / \ \

Shull, Melbourne; Mr. and Mrs. Depot. ..
W. O. Wallace and Miss Bobble Wallace OHIO ;STUNNING "

West Palm Beach; O. H. Dun- ,Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Nagel, Columbus 3 -. J
ham, Okeechobee; W. A. Richardson ; Mr. and Mrs.- D. C. Sommet, ';.1}.. .". .

& Tampa; O. H. Page, Jacksonville; Ruth Rocheler, Columbus; Mr. and a .only ARE NOW AVAILABLE.

Rev. Joe McManus, Lake Worth; O. Mrs. W. B. Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. N. ,nJ '' price is .

B. Strayer, Lakeland. P. Buffett, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nut- '
'' ,
'* ordinary! '; : "
GEORGIAMr chell, Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs., D. E. I .
and Mrs. p. S. Hunt, Demorest Johnson, Lakewood; Mr. and Mrs. 1 --
Mrs. A. S. Crandall, Fort Valley. H. E. Mullen and Mr. and Mrs C. E.

Mme' ILLINOIS Eastman, Columbus; H. A. Altman See the Stylish New Goodyear )

;: Wrs. Lyman Orleman and Mrs. N. :and Mr. and Mrs. C. H ,Hartman, Al- IIllt9VY DUTY Balloon HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGSTRY

V' Olin, Chicago; Mrs. W. Gustavson, I liance;, Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Tayler, you buy your next before'I'

Chicago; James W. Alexander. Lake West Jefferson; Mrs. Edwin M. Cros-

Forest; E. B. Kelley and Warren ley and Miss Sarah C. Crosley, Troy 1,1v s the most STUNNING- A ehiek for looks-this the

Crawford, Chicago; John J. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schultz, Mrs. G. L. LOOKING tire you have -yet ONE TOUGH HOM- OUR SUNDAY'DINNERS
ever seen on a car-thij
Maple Park; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Francko and Mrs. J. Firth. ClevelandMr. smartly styled Goodyear BRE! Goody car's latest
Brande, Chicago; Miss ,Flora Boerer, and Mrs. F. I. Thomas. Cleve- Heavy Duty. A front view 8 coo p. Bigger, plumper,
Rossvllle; Mrs. Mary Ann Morris, land. reveals its wider, handsomer stouter in body-it's for'slogging

Danville; Mrs. E. E. Hall, Warren; PENNSYLVANIAA. AU-Weather Tread in deep through and battering

W. J. Rowe, Chicago; Mr and Mrs.T. A Andres, Pittsburgh Mr. and I relief rubber-for-due extra to extra-thick miles of dress over bad parade.roads. as well as .CLEWISTON'S, POPULAR! HOTEL1

Burgess, Des Plaines; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Holmes, Smlthport; T. E.I surefooted ,travel. !:

Mra. J. W. Propeclc, Oak Park; Mr. Shay. Carnegie; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. And the best news is the

and Mrs. Jos. M. Tavares and Mr. Goodfellow; Mrs. A. J. Hooker, Ellen From the sIde, the outer row price-as low as that of an

and Mrs. Orvllle Bron, Dwight; Mr. od Hooker, Harrisburg; Mr. and Mrs. of All-Weather, blocks ordinary heavy duty,! A : I
prismed down into sleek '
and Mrs. W. E. Sim, Urbana; Mr. H. M. Ryder, Bradford and Dr. J. T. black sidewall striped a with value only the world's'' largest THE' WATANABE: HOTELMRS.

.:" and Mrs. J. B. Olech, Chicago; Mrs. Bunting, Philadelphia',' silver captures admiration. tire maker can offer.

. 4" H. Bralbury, Evanston. TENNESSEE It's a stunning neW' style You'll miss something big ifyou .

4. INDIANA .W., B., Kardeman, Henderson. I I. .,, effect which also means more don't see this stunningnew CLAUDB DOWNS, Man gor.
-' Theo Seweler, EvansvllleT Anna H. VIRGINIA grip in rots, more curb pro Goodyear btfoio roes

r ... Cluthe, Evansvllle; Mr. and Mrs. R Geo. H. Gilmore, PulaskI.WISCONSIN tedioUs a..in.bur. tire*. 1';... '. .
Johnson, Anderson. Guarantied Tire R'f"i p f't": -
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IOWA'R. R. J. McCarthy, Cottage Grove H. .

f O. Bunch .and.--wife Waterloo. A. Benfelt, Milwaukee. CLEWISTON MOTOR CO. I


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rl''j Have You Heard ? J grees. In "In Old Arizona" as tho '. by his brIde. Ills plans for revenge -
By Way I Uft TheTalm "Cisco Kid," he was a genuine bad I i J mis-carry when, after employing plastic
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man in
"Thru Different
Ejes" he
betrayed surgery, he again succumbs to her.

I Victor Blale of Blato Brothers department At a table of bridge in the home of BeachTheatres his best friend, but in "Such charms. b'o tip Y
e. Men "
Dangerous, Fox Movieton
few Mrs. E. Merchant Friday night
store Is spending Dale Owen, described as
Mrs. Wilson S. Harvel, Mrs. all talking drama based on Elinorilyn's
In St. Petersburg. were the '
days most'beautiful blonde of the films E
Dave Alston. Mrs. L. A. 'Morgan, Jr., f intriguing story, he Is bad only QO p
tin enacts the role of the i\tfe the
i and Mrs. Merchant. ., early sequences of the picture rAt
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II j Herbert mate and Leland Cruise whIch'is the forthcoming feature at supporting cast also Includes such
I: : ,'fr' spent Monday In Sarasota and Biadcnoton. the Kettler Theatre.In splendid! artists as Iledda Hopper,. Albert
Jimmy[ Leo was a visitor in Belle { AT THE KETTLER
i; r .- voice through "Such :Men Aie Dangerous Baster Conti Claude Allister, Bela Lu
Picking coming
.. ;.aiie Sunday, e\cnmg. :- up a INPA
"", ------ .. .' < a dictaphone, and recordIng it in md- portrays the role of Ludvig Kranza l osi and Lucy Lorraine.i .
Lonnie Warren of. the house of '- '
tion picture film, one of the strangest multi-millIonaire manufacturer who Tho picture was directed by Kenneth

''i Sam Is,: spending two weeks vacation' :Mis. Claude 'Downs spent Saturday. tricks ever tried in talking pIC- because of his ugly face is deserted Hawks.
with his parents in Philadelphia, Miss ia West Palm Beach. '
I -. tures, was accomplished for the first .. ---,- .
I I time during the making of "The Girl

Dr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson Andeison's j Mr. and Mis. C. A. Jackson accompanied Said No," William Haines' new pIcture [ II!111I11111111111. f I1III I f II1III1I1 J II I 1IIIIIIIIili I (Ilf 1II1I11 J!i IIII 1!!!II i II,:)IIII111 L I1111111(Iii 1IIIIi 1IIIIn III1 IIIIII1 III I i I(1IIIIIIIllllllllllillll I I (i iifiLE L

,II, spent the week end with Mrs. I by Mr. and Mrs. '. H. Jack- playing at -the Kettler Theatre, =- =

parents Dr. and Mrs. J. C. son spent Sunday visiting the Bok West Palm Beaten starting Frida}'. .----- .---
Nowling. The shows Loll Hyams as ..'. -
Tower at Lake: Wales. scene :" : -
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secretary, announcing Haines in an ;.

Miss Helen Weathcrford of Atlanta E. E. Kelley was in Palm Beach office dictaphone to Wilbur Mack '
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Ga., is a guest' of Mrs.V.. P. Vaughn. Saturday on business. and his voice coming through the ,.;: : ::: L MONEY 1 WOE!
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:I -, loud speaker to admit the visitor. ;: = .I ..; ..... ,: J.' =
I Mr.' and Mrs. Roy A Dunaway en office was -- =
Miss Elta Whatley spent the weekend A regular dictaphone -
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tertained at their home Monday with her parents in Fort Meade. set up on a sound stage and used. =' ; --=

night honoring Joe Drouet who celebrated in office. After experiment -
just as an Account
bearing interest be -
started with
Card may payments
his birthday anniversary. O. I,. Jeffries accompanied; by his the microphones of the talkie .' .. -. .
.and dancing was enjoyed and delicious Junior In West apparatus were so distanced that tho_ = f..: ,:,,' < .'..." .- _' ", ,.' ;
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son spent ; ; .. .* ,
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refreshments were served. Palm Beach. effect was perfect. r.- / '. ,\- ... as low as BO cents a week in:..<;::: .

Among the guests were Mr. and Mis. The new which Sam Wood<
picture <>.
A. J. Chenet, Miss Josephine Knight, Miss Ola Pettcway spent the .weekend directed, show Haines as a college' .. ;: 'F ..:' -

Charlie C. Miner, Dick Gobson, Mr. I! in Wauchula.H. graduate facing 'the first year of business '. .1; :fi; ijL.: '.

and. Mrs. W. P. Vaughn and Mr.i -' '.. life. Miss Hyams, Francis X. .<:; .{ ?! ::'.<.t f:,; : .

I @ Drouet. E. Pruitt was a week end;guestin Bushman ,Jr., Polly Moran and Mario. = '. ,_.. .t .. .\ If.-y.>..,......,1. ... ,.. MAIL COUPON NOW ;

I Clew viston's first Junioi-Senior banquet Tampa. I Dressler have prominent roles. = r-" ':" ". > : '-.i t :<:.;;?'>;!../t-.i.. : ; }..., I:. J," .:'. :. .:.,:" ___ = _
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1) was given at the Watanabe hotel Dick Gillespie, Miss ./Jainye "Williams BAXTER'S: ROLES- r. :=:: : : .- ::( . ..Y.4: ;: i.':_ !r. : ': CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING -- .

I Tuesday night by sophomores and and Miss Skeldon motored REFORMING HIM :; ;; : \ : ", : SOGIATION. As-I '-
Mary .
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J freshmen of the Clewiston school. i to West Palm Beach Saturday. Warner Baxter is improving by de- .:\: :. ; :.; : Clewiston i Fla. _

Class prophecy and class will were = ,.'. '. ." :'. .- ::, .: < -
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read by Henry Storey and a toast to = ;'7': .:" '. '- ,.:' ." '. ', -
; Wilber Dress; of Moore .Haven at- Sunday in Clewiston as the guests, _" ; : ., your easy plan for saving. Without ::;
I the seniors was given by :Miss Jewel I = .,'.' : ; ".. ." -
tended the Junior-Senior banquet in of Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Smith.W. : ,: _,'; '.' :: ..: ,'. obligation to me, please send me full =
I at .
Lowe. Following the banquet
Clewiston Tuesday night, returning information. -
Watanabe the students proceed- j =
the ,
to Moore Haven Wednesday morning. P. Vaughn who was confinedto
ed to the Clewiston Inn whore they Name
I his home for the past week with
attended the bi-weekly dance of the '
Mr. and :Mrs. G. M.\ Ford and son, illness returned to his work at the f, Address .,

American Legion. Present were the I Morris! _spent Sunday in West Palm sugar mill. 'j>: .
' Misses Jewel Lowe, Marcia Avant, Beach. '. t

I Frances TIppey, Dorothy'' De a ro, r i
Lester Stewart spent the-week .end -
Louise Waldron Roberta George, = 1 1 -T f'E
Mrs. P. .G. Bishop is spendnig a on the east coast. =
Vesta Allen, Elsie Hare, Mrs. T. F.
few weeks visiting relatives In -
.. Yancey, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Dick r
and New York. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ames, '

( Gillespie. Wilber Dyess and Henry I i Mis. Walker Stansell, II, and .!\II'. ., THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSNrauuii. .:) -:
Mr.\ and Mrs. R. Y. 'Patterson and Gillespie were dinner guests at the '

N. Walker accompanied by his sons, Bobbie and Dickie, spent Sun- home of Dr. and Mrs.:'W. T. Bailey. --' _. _Clewiston; Phone. 101 Florida -

day in West Palm Beach. The occasion was a birthday dinner ; -' :
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H. N. Jr., of Waukulla Beach I ; .>
son '. ,
for Mis. Ames and Dr. Bailey who .' .; .!;< '. ., 'f'"' : :
week his son- :
the end visiting
spent Mr. and Mrs.\ W. E. Sims and Miss\ celebrated their birthday anniversaries -
in-law and daughter, Mr. ;and Mrs. B.
Mildred C. Hicks of Melbourne during the past week.:

F. :Fears. and Urbana, 111., and Mrs. F. S. McCabe ___ __, r-"
f I {( Mrs. C. A. Jackson, her father and I i I, of St. Paul, Minn were guests Took Soda For Stomach ill//I""1/1/1/ / II II!III iii 11I1111I11I!11I11I111I 1III/ 11I11I/ 11I11I11 11I1 III 11I11I 1 III iii 11I/111I111I1111I11I11I/ iiii 11I111I1111I[ H 1111 1111I 1111I11I11I"IIlffi

of Mrs. Frank' M. Wright Saturday
., mother. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Jackson!: afternoon. For 20 Years :

rs. William G. Ames and her daughter "For 20 ypars I took soda; for indigestion

Mrs. Walker Stansell, Jr., spent and stomach gas. Their I
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson S. Harvel tried Adleiika. One bottle brought
T ursday in West Palm Beach on a B. Haidy. .
spent the week end in Miami. complete relief.Jno. ,
'f- shopping tour. Adlerika relieves GAS and sour ... ..: :> :;.:.: :. '# .
stomach in TEN minutes Acts on : .
Mr. and Mrs.\ G. S. Hunt of Demar BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing ;; /
Dr. T. W. Collinson and Mr. Wood
est, Ga.; were guests of Mr.\ and Mrs poisons you never knew were ; :
ward of the Watanabe hotel left for '
C, M. Allen of Clewiston on a trip there. Don't fool with medicine which : .
I Tampa for a brief visit after which cleans only PART of the bowels but CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY
: I through the 4,000 ton .a day factory
', they will visit their home in: Mon- let Adlerika give stomach and bowelsa i//
of the Southern Sugar Company at REAL cleaning and see how good ,- ,
I. tana. Clewiston. you feel! ALSTONS DRUG STORE. q
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I' Mrs. Worth of Tampa has move to
I Claude Downs spent Sunday In .
,:i Clewiston and with her husband who '?! r '-..
Palm Beach. i
:: is employed in the office of the ( n:;I' F-F ".

Southern Sugar Company has leased ... \ '
Mrs. George Stewart of St. Peters- r :.
the Backus home on Sagamore ave-
burg is visiting her daughter-in-law, :
Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart.

Ray Hull of the Fears Grocery
Ed Perkins has purchased a Waco .
Sunday in La Belle. o
spent tic PasteEasUy -
9 airplane. With Neil Stewart as pi-

lot, he brought the plane to the EU15 i s
Miss Louise Waldron and Earl

: White motored to Belle Glade Sun- Clewiston airport last Saturday.Dr. Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, J GENUINE MAZADA LAMPS MAYBE HAD HERE
E. L. Rasmussen
of Fort Myers .
day evening. Waterbugs, Etc. ,. '

was day. 'a visitor at the sugar mill Sun- After eating it they run for ..... AT THE FOLLOWING. PRICES. : .' '. .. .

;. V Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and son, water and fresh air to die out- '1: : '

Roy Jr., accompanied by Mrs. Jones side.: Used by housekeepers ,., :. ?(
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wallace of for ,. .
50 rid of
years to get these .
motored to Palm Beach Saturday. .;,"-..
West Palm Beach, accompanied by greatest known food destroyers -

their daughter, Martha\ Belle, and C. and disease carriers. .Watt. Volts Each'
L. H. Crow, member of the firm .
E. Shull, Miss Martha Shull and Mis.\ 2 Oz. Size 35c 15 Oz. Size $1.25 : :. ..

of Crow Brothers, contractors'and A. J. Knecht of Melbourne spent MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS J f 15. : ; ::, 115-120 ..;J. 20c
builders left Wednesday with his wife :
i and for Iowa Ia. A. L. :'-' ':J.; ,
: 'f) family City, 25' :. -
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i ,: local business and his brother's de- CLEWISTON.. FOLKS ) .::.:: 40 :,: < 115-120 20c
i .. parture will not affect the firm. ; .\ -1 .' ;

: J. 50 ::- .' :: ; : 115-120 2Ocr .
;' 1 Mrs. Edward J. Maas of the Salt HOTEL J .
.' Air hotel in West Palm Beach accompanied :, 60 I 115-120 '20c
J' by Richard R. Craig of .,
I i ::. Cincinnati, 0., were recent visitors YOU lOn 115-120 35c

:.:: in Clewiston.
... ,1 150'
115-120 6
i' The Most( Perfectly Ventilated Hold. In the South." c2OO
;:. Mr. andMrs. Maurice G. McGovern,

."1 and .Mrs. Dearmin of Havana were ". (115-120" .'SOc

,-E t.\ week end visitors in Clewiston Sun- Storage Space Across Street European Plan

,', div as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. ,

'..:.. A. Poche. Mr. McGovern. is presidentof .
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min is vice and '.:.
r-- president general <;

r-Y.: manager of the Chrysler Motor Company E. M. MAGA H A .. ,
f--.:: of Havana. / 1 .
f.:.' For State's Attorney :

a'' MtIS:: Evelvn Kelly and Miss Bee TO THE ; :: '" ,
..: Marshall spent the week end In Day- CIRCUIT :
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., I hereby announce my candidacy for tho office of State's At- dw1sTr17qLfflNc MATERIAL ANY
,'IIfIRS Josephine torney in and for the ., VfUifli '
Knight wfio Is em- 12th Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor- (

l"nvetl in the office of the Southern ida, to be voted for In the coming June primary. I, solicit and

P- Mr Companv snent the week end will appreciate the support and suffrage of all voters for said -

. F?3 w'h her parents In Fort Myers. office and if elected promise to give the best service possible.

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"**>. B. M. MAGAHA. '
i and Mrs. W. C. Hanson motored of

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La Belle NewsBy I Burton CherryA I By- Russell- Kay j I I

Loveland Petee "With Skipper and Galloway in the I
COMMUNITY. George CLUB MEETS parachute jump in Clewiston discard::1 now the Republican, party To the Voters of the Twelfth. Judicial District ..tI \\)

Community Club of' c.. led to fame In Chicago for Burton may use Its BEAN once more I

The Womena Is 4- ; e ,. Cherry, son of A. B. Cherry of the I\ _
club rooms
La Belle met at the with full attendance : Rfi Clewiston Company. Burton whoIs : If all the Literary Digest ballots am a candidate to succeed myself as STATE ATTORNEYof

the Everett hotel Tuesday after an apprentice in the R. R. Don were laid end to end a lot of folks this circuit. I have performed the duties of this office fairly and

and interest added to the attrac i x nelly and Sons organization, a \}"oul still be unconvinced impartially during the term I have held it. and if elected to a second

noon. Flowers of the large printing house in Chicago J terml shall give the same honest and conscientious service toward the
tiveness of the new told of his first jump in Clewiston ,1' James H. Collins sent mo this from enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve. upon

club.Mrs.. John Webber, vice president,, r a and in a subsequent Issue of the California:' me as State Attorney.

press Donnelly magazine he was shownin A tourist, was enjoying.the. wonders .
in the absence of the .
presided a picture Jumping without a of California as pointed.,out by a I GUY M. STRAYHORN.ANNOUNCEMENT.
lent. chute. The picture which appearedIn Native. I II
expressing the I I
Resolutions the Chicago magazine shown "
Du- "What beautiful grapefruit, he
club for Mrs. i
k of the
sympathy his In Clew.
here. Following jump said.
%.. l laney, president, in her support and iston several months ago, Cherry "Oh, these lemons are a little small ,;
and the determination : .: wrote an account of' his experiences owing to a comparatively bad season -
work so ably begun.
carry on the read -' for The Clewiston News. ," explained the Californian.
of the last meeting
'i j "And what are those enormous
and approved 1
by :Mrs. foyer, secretary. j "
? asked the tourist.
blossoms ,
the reports -
members as were
of by the various chairmen of the delightful talko n the beautificationof ADDITIONAL SOCIETY "Just a patch of dandelions," said

various committees. The program'was the community was a welcome one the Callfornlan. _

an interesting one consisting of read for the women of La Belle The plan Mrs Julius Alston held high score ,> Presently they 'reached the Sacramento -

Mrs. Bauer of what do we of work placed before them was Wednesday afternoon when Mrs.G. ; River .
lpg, by
"Ah," said the tourist, grasping the
successful efforts of
based on the
and an of iw I
plant when we plant a tree I Allhands entertained members
I I idea, "Somebody's radiator is leaking.
the Fort Myers
article in the Georgraphid Magazine the Junior bridge club at her homeon
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her Mis. Stribling also one of the lead .
:' on Florida setting forth some of Sagamore avenue. Present were W. PRESTON who has been engaged in the
! Mrs.: Delaney. After adjournment ers in the beautification work ,of Wilson S. Harvel, J. R.
resourhes by Mesdames
; solicitor practice of law in Sarasota for the several will it
Fort an Interesting account ; The subscription for the past years
enjoyed Myers gave Berner,
the social hodr was Alston, Jesse F. Tippey, Carl '
of her work which resulted in E. C. :Merchant, Louis A. Morgan and "Weekly Newsmagazine" 'finds his .move to Clewiston and open' an office in the Blate Building r

organization of, various Garden Allhands. Refreshments consisted of prospects among those who have no on April 2.EVERGLADES. ,.
L. Clubs I Including those formed and TIME to lead.Remember .', : .
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Tax .Collector and Mrs. coffee and cake.A. ,:,' : '
:;'fi r r and Mrs. Maddox motored to supported with great interest by the .J to tune In on the State

Large where they will visit{ relatives. pupils of Senior and Junior High Press, Scrap Book next Friday evening -
;. schools. i WFLA, at 7:45, sponsored by
G. Montgomery is visiting
of refreshments the Florida Clipping Service, to bring
Home band After partaking ,
The Mumford Orphans and vicinity on business.
1 of Macon, Georgia played to a large served on the grounds the Company you I the "BEST from the PRESS."

: audience at the school auditorium dispersed with new interest in ,their .
I,:' work. Mrs William G. Ames, entertaining
2- Wednesday evening.
, members of the Afternoon Bridge

-; \ club at her home on Arcade avenue ROOMS FOR RENT
:Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Edwards motored
Dr. and Mrs. Terrill and Mrs. Barnett added several

I, to Tampa Thursday on liusiI are leaving the- first of next names Wednesday to the afternoon guest list making the FUNERAL HOME

ness. week for Cuba. : By day week. I i
; affair a tea honoring her daughter, or (I .>
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The Palm Beach, highway in Hen- Mrs. Walker Stansell II of Shreveport -
Funeral Directors ,.
;:-- dry county is being scraped this Mr. and Mrs. Saxton and Mrs. La., who is visiting her parents. $1.00 per day, .. .(.",\; ., *-,' /

week and when finished ,will be inI Christie are leaving Monday for Present were Mesdames Claude I -: o' t, >'. } '
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," excellent condition. Cleveland and the north. Downs, Dick C. Miller, J. E. Beards- $3.00 per week : ';" 1

1 1 I'. ley, C. A. Jackson, T. H. Jackson, T. II I I II I AMBULANCE SERVICE : :/'J' :

(;',. A large and interested company : Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Staley of Fort V. Watson, P. A. Poche, Hubert Ed- Meals at all hour I LICENSED EMBALMERS Y J

r; enjoyed the hospitality of :Mrs. Weber I Myers were visitors in La Belle son, Cleo A. Houze, W. C. Hanson,

vice president of the Womens I Thursday. F. Deane Duff, R. Y. Patterson, William from 5 a m to 12 m.

r ;' Community Club, Thursday assembling ..Cecil Owen, F. B. Puryear, H. A p

{ on the spacious and beautiful Bestor, Wilber D. Cole, F. William Reverse Charges When Phoning Us.

Mrs. G. E. Townsend and Mrs. son, Frank M. Wright, W. T. Bailey, LANG HOTEL
,. grounds of the Weber home on the
li Lancaster have returned from La Pahokee Fla. Phone No. 7
rC_ -\ Caloosahatchee liver. Elbert L. Stewart, George Stewart, ,
, ,.' Belle where they spent a week with
"" The opportunity to listen to Mrs. W. T. Marfield and daughter Jane, Rear of Bank
i. friends and relatives. Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Stansell._ (
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