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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'VOLUME 4-NO. 20 CLEW1STON FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1930 PRICE 5 CENTS r




1 x, Q ,CENSUS TO SHOW South Undamaged Shore Crops By Water. 19 CANDIDATES r tIN WHITES HOMER Weather As North Here Ideal SweltersWhile BIG FUTURE IN




, GE G 2500 PEOPLE Associated Press despatches last COUNTY SEEK WINS! BALL GAMEFROMPAHOKEE the north sweltered In a FLORIDA SIIOhREXPERTSTATES

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': week carried stories on flood condi- heat: wave during the past week, l

,.E I" '. ., I tions In the northern Everglades, Ttl lIS: =p.; : with the thermometer reaching 94 [

;.1 .IIU! !CLESYISTON i reporting that vegetable' crops were IBHILBC:!: Urriucq In Boston and 87 In New York,

E I : destroyed by high water.. j I the northern Everglades continued 1 tiE

:11 j :: Inquiries from press associationswere -* \\ I to enjoy delightful spring weather.
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Sugar' Industry Here Is received at Clev/Iston but survey Competition Keenest In Local Scout Catcher In .' the maximum teperature or the W. Mayo Praises Sugar

'I' of the fields from' Moore Haven week being 83.5 degrees and the
Responsible For RapidGrowth Race For Places On f Ninth, Bats Homer Operations Dahio. -
minimum 60
degrees.
to Belle Glade showed none of

.1 i of Community the crops around the southern end County Commission. ) With Bases Full. Weather records furnished by the berg Interests In Northern -
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; ; Enumerator's Work of the lake to be suffering from I I,; Everglades Experiment Station at Everglades. ; F

1 high water. Expiration last night of the periodof With the score 6-3 in favor of the Belle Glade showed the average
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;, .' Is Thorough. The section referred to In the qualification for state- and cou.ntY:1;:I opposition in the irst half of the maximum temperature or the weekto E. W. Mayo, editor and widely

(, stories Is In the neighborhood of political candidates, found 19 aspi- ninth inning Earl White, catcherfor be 78 degrees and the average known authority In the sugar cane

Census figures in Clcwis ton wIll rants for 12 and state offices the Clewiston scout team. ,
f Okecchobce City.-Around the southern county boy minimum for the week to be 62 industry, returning to Washingtonfrom

I show a_population? of approximately] end of the lake, pomplng plants with the bulk of the competition cen- stepped up to bat, saw the bases full degrees. a trip through the Sugar Bowl

2,500 people, it was learned thisweek. and water control facilities make! tering on the county commission farid p > slammed out a home run, adding section of the northern Everglades,
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seats. our runs to the Clewiston score
crop damage from flood highly Irr. > expressed himself enthusiastically on
From Q wide place in the rood, probable. In the race for seats on the coun [and, bringing about the defeat of thePahokee the possibility of Florida becomingan

where a few ramshackle building .: ty commission,'' the Clewiston candi- scouts on their home CONNERS fIGH\V) \ A Y important contributor to the sug-

nestled on the ridge overlookingLake date, E. E. Kelly, is the only aspirant ) rounds last Sunday. ar supply of the American people.In .

Okeechobce, Clewiston has without opposition. I ,' TO BE FREE ROAD
The Pahokee scouts who had an interview with news service -

grown during the past few years to FLORDAI! \WILL/ ,From district No. 2 Joe Ross and i.f the Clewiston boys here representatives, Mr. Mayo high-:

a thriving community. With the dovolopinent D.. G. McCormick are candidates, trimmed
I 'started to
: ago, again SOON IS BF.LIEFLate ly praised the northern Evergladesas
of the town due dIrectly while from district No. 3 Ray C. .
APPEAR FOREllARORS : gvalk. : off with the game and despite a sugar producing country. ,
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to ths of the Southern :
t operations : Hull Is opposed by H. L. Delaney,
fact that Hooks, the Clewiston "
I "Nature, said Mr. Mayo, "has
Sugar Company, an even greater ,present incumbent. Ray Hull is' a ,
.j struck out 18 batters, the
Road
BOARD Department spent tens of thousands ot: years in
I gain may be expected during the brother of Tom Hull presetn. circuit ;managed I
; 3ns to pile six
fIe up preparing an ideal soil for the production -.
I't r. \JI; next few years, In view of the expansion clerIc, and it is believed he will' poll Paves Way For Lifting ,
': of sugar cane in the region
program contemplated by] the a big majority over Delaney. rr- Present Toll.
I'' Srna 1 le Contribution l1s hit a home. mu' with one on ; about Lake Okeechobee."
: Dahlberg interests. r Four candidates have announcedfor <'
ease. but when Clowig ton went to "The agricultural possibilities ,of
The population of Clewiston has Floodark :
State In
From commissioner district '
county from -
: he bat for the last inning, It looked Probability that the toll on the '
this soil have long been appreciated,
i, i I ': been estimated_ _at 2,000. people' but I W Is Sought. I No.4. In addition to? W. L.: 1 like' hopeless defeat. Three local Conners Highway from Twenty Mile
: : according to information received but it has taken man a fairly longtime
Murray, the present incumbent, the
I : Bend through Canal Point to Okee-
sfcoijts managed get base, when
on
: to learn how to install effec-
this week, it is'believed that the : "
candidates include
Earl S. S.
:j A Florida delegation! headed by Royer : White poled opit the homer, chans- chobee will be completely ,lifted, was tive drainage and water control
1 'r will show total of
census a more A. Douglas and Solon B. Crews.From .
George B. Hills, engineer for tai ijf'tlie score to 7-G in favor of Clews -,' brought cIoserlast, Tuesday 'at a methods.' That problem'has been '
than 2,500 souls. district No. 5 F. L., Dunaway
Florida Flood control board, Howard ton -Pahok-e tried to rally in the meeting of the state road department thoroughly mastered since B. G.
Check of the census work hcie re .
has field candidate J.
as a against
West Palm / t half of the ninth but in Orlando when the state road
: fleets thoroughness on tits part of W. Selby of L. Maddox present commissioner. IjLst failed. I Dahlberg became interested in Flor
board waived claim to a balanceof
the board and a "
chairman
of congressmen The line-up as follows ida about five
: was. ; ago.
; the enumerators, and to date no Elbert L. Stewart of Clewiston, year
shareon
conipIainCs have been heard. of the state, are scheduled: to Clew ston >."., Pahokee $39,000 due as the count's "Not only has the danger of flood
candidate for the legislature will oppose -4>- Glade'Paholeee
the repair of the Belle -
i appear today before- members of the IB. Surls 'v: -,," : Crosby damage been eliminated, but by dik
L. O. Gravely, present incumbent ,
road. Under the present plans
Rivers and Harbors 'committee or 2B. Strickland ', ,'v'.u':. ... Wheeler ing' the fields, installing system of
I and from all parts df the i this will be applied on lifting
: STATE AVIATION Congress, to advocate lighter contri- SB.. Cherry ,_ ,\) ':' .; ,Cranford sum mole drainage and providing pump-
estimates that Stewartwill .
county come "' .
bution from Florida for flood relief .' the toll on the Conners Highway.
T SS. .Hare '?. '''::&Vr: Tabb Ing plants capable of handling 2-,
votes : :
almost
poll two to one for I
" CONFERENCE WILL work in the Lake Okeechobee: and his opponent. Not only in Clewistonbut Pi ..Hooks : :' ; P: :: PadgettC I People the proceedings of this section with are interest following 000,000 gallons of water per minute,

: Caloosahatchee areas. White V--; Spooner absolute control of moisture supply,
also in the West end of the "
: Governor Doyle; E. Carlton who LV.: Walls t, / Crews as the Conners highway Is a traffic :which Is the main factor in cane
BE HELD MAY 23 county, Stewart is the favorite. -, ,
through the bowl-sec.-
i' was to head the delegation will be C!..'. Lowe. Cochran artery sugar growth, is assured., In rainy perlni"
For the state Democratic'execu '
-. Cew-
I tion starting at Canal Point.-
:, unable to be present at the openingof RF.i. ,. Bethea York surplus water can ba reiaov3'Jvlrti
tive committee Hurd L. Reeves andL.
\ in' 1fftj oi the
the
: istonites :
see g
the hearing) because of an engage- : great rapidity and ilurincdry_ *;::0t.l-:
Tampa To Be Scene Of R..
0. candidates
'I Gravely are and toll a greater number of motorists!: : : '
ment previously made, but will try .
: s :the rumps cane: be. .\
: Everett Burchard is unopposed for 'y '., of
Second to this section by
SemiAnnualAir driving y
to' get to Washington later, if neces- : water can be put' on the lioidis! iu .
I member of the state republican executive OIL LEASES ARE Canal _Point and, .Vahokee.' I needed Y' :
Conference.. sary. committee. : whatever. quantity may be ..'
Under the rivers and harbors bill At : the. ,morning.s6seion, 'SenatornXSgailliS .' result of this system it is __
V 't. :; ; \ :-.'- "" '''' r '; 'Aspossible)1. \
I r There will be no competition foi1: iDRAWN "' : :. : ,
" I "! ...;, SARASOTA, May B.-Florida's sec- passed by the house, Florida wouldbe school .boardmembers 'f'cm1dia&trit : FOR .LAND- { ; remit g j t he"county's'htghWayftcommisSiOl ? ?obligation |i to ._;.gl1late slthe. IP:iistur, ., t + I
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! called upon to put up about $5:; fo/ suuply of the cane so as to keep'it, .' f
and .semi-annual l statewide Aviation being C. A. Jackson from Clewiston, of C9Cf.O(: pointing out that '
l I 000, 000 and the federal government uniterruptedly. In the district .
growing
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: A. L. Taylor from La Belle, A. J. NEAR LA BELLE
i 'I Conference will be held in Tampaon about $4,000,000 for the flood relief even after the remittance, of the around Canal Poir' the Southern -

: :I Friday, May 23rd, according to : work Carr from Felda and M. L. Williams sum, the commission would be .,get- Sugar Companv ]h.s: been get

I I I lA..S.V". > from Fort Denaud. ting off lighter than under the orIgi-
I i an announcement made here by Familiar Oil Indications ting an average of Lei.er than fifty
\. Those. 'named by the county com- nal agreement. Aagain at 'h ?, after-

-{ I, Frank Redd, Chairman of the Florida mission to serve at the voting Are Seen Says LocalGeologist. meeting Senator 1V:.' renewed tons of cane acre since har-

) .J noon vesting st" .,'.,i in January, and some
'j'.j \ State Chamber of Commerce Aviation CLEAN-UP DRIVE booths at the primary election on hisplea. State Highway amissloner
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seventy
. fields have :yielded over
,' Committee, under whose auspices June 3 are 'as follows: Ernest Graham, of Miai.i, introducedthe
I ti acre. This is'' far above the
) I i ,4'. the District No.1, W. C. Owen clerk; resolution that the county be tons per
meeting will be held. TO BE :
LAUNCHED
I ; (Clewiston News Special) average obtained In Cuba.
I Milton Crouch deputy, Maria F. Ley- :1 freed of any further obligation in
J \ With the establishment of a State "At the present time the Southern
I I dig, A. J. Chenet. Dick C., Miller. LA BELLE, May SI:;The land owners connection vith the 'Glades road,
'I: Aviation Bureau as a department of HERE I. Sugar Company has 25,000 acres under -
I ON MAY 19 The voting booth will be in the of La Belle territory have become and alter considerable: argument, the
f
I the State Chamber of Commerce cultivation in the section be-
; Clewiston Motor company. "oil" minded and are blockingup adoption: of the resolution was putto
and the appointment of Paul Grass- tween Canal Point and Clewiston
District No.2, Nancy H. Stewart, .
a vbote.INVENTOR
15-/ field, as its director Florida takes its huge territories under lease and I along the south shore of Lake Okee
Community To Coope- clerk; M. F. Yeomans, sheriff; Inez
I i .. place as the first southern state to turning these leases to geologist, J. chobee. It Is evtending its plantings
I Week Magill, M. J. Bush 'and F. Watts
; definitely recognize the necessity of rate In Drive GUEST at the rate of 20,000 acres a year
J. Peadre to drilling
+t Hall. The booth will be in the Fire secure opera
!' unified promotion of aviation. Of Cleanup. and expects to keep on' at, this rate
I
: man's club building. tions. A drilling campaign In questof
. [' II : The Tampa conerence will have as until 1936, when It will have 135,000
District No. 3. E. M. Cornett, clerk oil will soon be In progress with OF WILLIAMSON
I : Its objective the bringing together With view acres In cane. By that time the Ev-
.i \ : a to maintaining Clewistou's -
I Clyde C. Helms, deputy; R. N. Miller
'd ,\: of the air-minded communities and several drilling rigs in operation, ergaleds district ought to be turning :
. I reputation as one of the best Mrs. Grobver Hill and Mrs Am-
HEREDr.
I organizations of the state for general kept communities in the state, plans ana Hedges. The booth will be in the usual surface oil indications ON JflSIT out 650,000,000 to seven hundred million

': > discussion of Florida aviation prob for a clean-up campaign to be the Everett Hotel. prevalent in Gulf coast oil producing pounds of Florida sugar each

,,1 lems. The State Chamber has begun launched Monday, May 19, and con District No.4, C. F. Roan, clerk; fields having been discovered Mr.. Walter M. Cross Is season.
''i I the building of .
a systematic tinue
program throughout that week
were an- a
: J. F. Hasken, sheriff; R. M. Bur- Peadre states. '
which will assure consistent Pleased With Soil In
I prog nounced here yesterday.
chard, Wesley C. Richards, and N.
Mr. general managerof
ress in the development of aviation Peadre was PLANS MADE FOR
Although there are compartively Glades.Dr.
Ayer. The both will be In Roan's old Northern .
r! in the state. This program will be few places In the community sorely store. the staff of oil experts locatingand

j{ presented to the conference and will in need of such a campaign, the bringin the "Discovery Well" of WEEK END HIKE
District No.5, J. N. Harding, Jr., Walter M. Cross, accompanied I
form' the basis of its discussions. drive will be for the dressing up of clerk; S. M. Granger, sheriff; J. L. Arkansas, a': twenty-five thousand by Mrs. Cross and Mrs. Walter

r Items which will appear in the lots both in the residential and business Warnock, I. L. Fitzhugh and M. N. barrel gusher on January 10, 1921 ,Cross, Jr., of Kansas City, :Mo,. wore BY GIRL SCOUTS
I aviation program to be submitted by sections
so that the communitywill
Taylor. The booth will be In the He reports that all landowners are Clewisten visitors Friday, the guestsof
Director Grassfield include: Legislation present to the visitor uniform -
an -
church house.
a
F. L. Williamson They use j jI
showing a fine spirit of cooperationin
or the promotion of aviation ot
; appearance of tidiness. District No. 6. G. R. Hatch, clerk; special Lockheed-Vega plane In their Members of the Clewiston troop
j :/ printing of the Florida aerial map The clean-up week will also be in this enterprise :which will perhaps Scouts meeting at the home ot
E. Girl ,
Conners, deputy; F. M. HumpferyF. travels,. but in order to better see
and its distribution; model airplane the nature of a drive against mo- M. Scott and T. K. Tedden. The mean so much ultimately to the pub the country: and the development their captain, Mrs. N. C. Storey discussed -

I, contests; promotion of an aviation squitoes, and all residents will be booth will be -in the school house.In i lic. around the lake they came by motorcar the acquiring of merit badges

\ month; and the publicizing of Florida's asked to see that water is not left from Miami.Dr. and made plans for a hike over

, I aviation advantages. in tin cans or tubs to form breed destination, not)
a Cali- this week-end. The
Cross has been going to
,, j I Following the Tampa conference ing ground for the mosquito.The POINTS FOR JUDGES GUIDANCE IN fornia for many years. This was his yet known, is to be decided today*

representatives of the committee plan has been endorsed by presented -witha
I Evelyn Hare was
" first trip 'to Florida and he was so
\ ,will. be appointed in all sections of members of the Upper Glades flowcr first prize for havIng -
,:--' the HARLEM LAWN CONTEST ANNOUNCED well impressed that he said he would Scout book as

';;\ state. These representatives will and garden club and It is expected ,be back again soon. He was espe- sold the greatest number oC

form the local contact between the that other local organizations will. held IIi
cially Impressed with the wonderful tickets for the scout supper

.1 State Chamber committee and their endorse the move at their next meet- Appearance of garages, fence and Detailed points on which the fertility of the Everglades soil and the Clewiston school building two
respective communities. From time Ings.
,, ; to time will chicken houses, 1 point; (If there judges In the Harlem yard and lawn the sugar mill which ho found In I weeks ago.Discussion. '
meetings be held
......, at various contest are to base their decisionsand operation here. I of the success of the'school
points In the state la the Interest are no buildings or fences in the I brought about the decision
\ prizes to be awarded were made supper
I of aviation development. H. E. VANCE OF NEW back yard, full credit of one point known yesterday at the offices of NEGRO SPIRITUALS to have another supper In!

, :! A large attendance Is anticipated YORK HERE FOR GOLF will be given); Garden plot, one the Clewiston company, which Is SINGING PLANNED the near ''future, although a definite:
at the Tampa
conference
the
as number
point; general appearance of house sponsoring the contest.A date was not decided.

1 i;\ of Florida communities Interest Clewiston's new nIne hole golf and yard with a view to showing a total of ten points will be' di- Friday night, May 9, at 8 o'clock Neil Stuart, local aviator, will address

I ed In keeping pace with this phase course attracted a player from a neat andwell kept place, three vided Into five points for the front the Jolly Four Quartette of Plant tho girl scouts within the nexti

of Florida activity have greatly In- city more than 1,500 miles away, points. yard and five points for the backyard City will sing a program of Negro week, instructing them In a study ot

. creased since the- Miami conference when Henry E. Vance of New York connection with prizes, It was and each of these are to be I Spirituals at the Community the stars and the points. of the com

[, ,; last October. A program outlining spent several days in Clewiston announced that the first prize, will again divided as follows:. I 'church. This group of colored pass.

.. the progress of aviation in Florida during the past week bo $5 In free rent, a second prize of Condition of Lawn; 1 point; Shrubs singers has received warm praise Present at the meeting were Mary

\ and Its future will feature the conference Mr. Vance who has visited Clew- $2.50 In free rent'and a third, fourth and Flowers, 2 points; General appearance wherever they have rendered these Bush, Margie Harvel, Evelyn Hare,

I,: : 9 this month. Every city and Iston several times during the past and fifth prize of $1 each on free of premises Including folk-songs of their 'race. During the Dorothy Deam, Carolyn Hawkins

t: I.- town In the state Is being urged to year said that he made the trip will be I Spicer, Emma Laura Bethea
I has walks, bridges and. driveways, 2 program a free-will offering Betty
that
see it representatives pres- this time to play on the nine hole rent.Keen Interest Is being shown In points.In taken, for the benefit of the Methodist Frances Taylor, Jewel Lowe, Jane

- .ent to participate In the. meeting. course which has been opened the Harlem contest which Is to beheld the gack yard the five 'points Conference of the Negro Marfleld, Mae Lilly Stone and Louise]

I I since his last visit. from May 20 through May 22. will be divided as follows:. Church Waldron. .
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1'AGE TWO CLEW1STON NEWS, CLEWISTON: .! ,._.FLORIDA- .-,.... -A-4 _______ .FRIDAY. ., MAYA. ... ,. 1930.
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erort, medium and long spikes. lions in the world for sugar, rain .- _
CLEWISTON NEWS I I I I F ', ,
THE Seeral weeks ago the Frank I OTHER EDITORS fall, drainage, the sandy loam soil --,

brothers planted 110,000 gladioli :1 and temperature being I II .,
'nearly
per .
Published every Friday at ;rMiMilMli'ii'liMilliHilliMiHillHIiMiMl'll'li'liMi'iiM; 1 111 ljiliii,": I "-..,. .' II
bulbs. They have produced 150,000 feet:" Once this Industry(} is firmly I "' I
Clewiston, Florida GOOD ROAD NEWS [! AN INCREASING NUMBER OF LOCALfyEO-
spikes or more, ,Harold estimates.The established in this section, properly I t.'t,2'i.. .'
Tidings from Alabama, Georgiaand ;
LOUIS MORGAN .... Publisher planting started January 17 and South Carolina relative to road financed! !'oil:.. Hart says "Florida can I I PLE- ARE FINDING IT AN ECONOMYEOrp' ,

TOM SMITH .................... Editor : 5,0000 a day were planted until the construction constitute good news for forget her troubles._ This production I MONEY II 'e)
IN. AND ENERGY 'TO
planting was done. he adds, "will not be competitive, !I ENJOY THE ,
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew those!: states: and for Florida. Eachof !
Next October. they will plant but! supplemental, to a, well-regulated EXCELLENT CUISINE AT THE CLEWISTON* h '
i&ton Florida, as second class matter. thorn is entering upon enlargedand I II
I moro gladioli bulbs and expect? to well planned highway building. Cuban production." Mr.' Hart applauds I II INN. i'i'I.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES begin cutting; In December, to continue ; the Florida Senators for ,
And from all comes information that

One Year ....................... ................ $2-50 until Mothers' Day, which is connecting links: In through routes realizing Importance of sugar to II I. I

Six Months ...........................1..1.11.1 1.50 in May.\ are to be completed first. This will I j Florida::, and becoming .suuporters. of.! .

Three :Months .....1..1....1.1111.1... .75 The bulbs are easy to grow, require be followed by the construction of the tariff in behalf of this industry, THE CLEWISTON INN ,

little fertilizer, plenty of moisture which "will mean more to the state '
ADVERTISING RATES and w rk. Twenty-four degrees. urgently-needed cioss state road highways:I'than any other." 7n The Center of America's Nen Sugar Eon:.' '11
her
Forty.rive.cents per Inch. No discount Alabama has program
Idlls them, but It doesn't, get that Mr. Hart quotes figures to show CLEWISTON
for plates. No special position pretty well financed. Georgia rePorts I FLORIDA
cold In this section once In 20' years. work definitely planned for a (that in 1916 Louisiana, Porto Rico,
All advertising copy
'must guaranteed.be ,in this office on Wednesday The Frank boys? also have 200,000; period, of a year or more, with the the, Hawaiian Islands, and our beet It

before issue of paper.; narcissus bulbs from which they sold necessary money in sight South sugar factories produced a total of II IIMAKE I

narcissus bulbs from which they sold Carolina is beginning the. expenditure !- 2,0345,548 tons, while in 1926, 10

manl cuttings this winter. They will of the first $10,000,000 of a years later, their: production was

75,000. BAGS OF SUGAR market. : the bulbs this summer. $65,000,000.road. bond issue which it only 2,098,886 tons, an increase of

The. real pioneer in bulb growingIn less than 65,000 tons.
is said will give her one of the most
During the pres e n t sugarcane this section, Is Gus Mlckley, als
complete road systems in the country Cuba produced in 1916, 3,023,720tons ,
grinding season, 75,000 bags of raw 'has narcissus and gladioli = : = :
some but In 1926 its product was -- : =- :: ::
.
sugar have been shipped from the bulbs which he: is making a successof Such programs will mean much 4,900,000 tons, 'an increase of 1,876- .

.Clewiston factory of the Southern growing. For many years he has for Alabama, Georgia and South 280 tons, or over 60 percent, which ..,'

Sugar Company, in addition to ap advised, growing bulbs. Those who Carolina. So much has already been was more than the increase in consumption /' ." .

proximately 1,250,000; gallons of mo have taken his advice are prospering. demonstrated in the case of Florida. in the United States. This

lasses. much tremendous increase, ant the Philippine I P YOUR SELF AT HOME 'y
They will also, .mean for FlorIda ,
,
This was the message which P. "I'/ ,'"," "/'" "," '!" 'It' ," ",'It'.0 11 4 1111414 01 0 11111111111
for all the visitors coming to sugar coming in free, were "
. G. Bishop, operating vice-president of JOTTINGS { the real.fadot.s in
demorallzIngUhe
,this state by automobile. have to among -
to members ,
the gave
sugar company ..
'll'lllll'K'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'U'll'K'll'tlMf'll'K'lI'll'111111// pass through one or two of' the states sugar industry. However, had
r of the Clewiston Better Business A FEW
Now that Clewistonites havo shownso named, and there has been much the Cuban increase been only as CHOICE ROOMS
League at their regular meeting
':'' ''much interest in registering, it complaint! of bad roads, in them IIi great as was 'the United States increase
last week and in the messageis
:
will be well "to remember that poll the past.-Tampa Tribune. the 600,000 tons, or ,so, of ARE NOW AVAILABLE. '
: 'cause for optimism, not only on .
;', tax must be paid before a registered Philippine sugars would have been
the, part of the local merchant but
voter is quallfl d/ GOSSIP absorbed by our increase in con. I
on the part of everyone who is vital- 1
' sumption, and a fair price for sugar
Here is a I little tragedy) which
ly interested in Florida's future.Seventyfive .
d:. thousand bags- of 325 Caddies at the new nine hole golf proves two things-that wealth ,does maintained. This tremendous in- REASONABLE RATES

course report decrease in the sale not 'insure happiness and that gossip crease In Cuban production, ,he says,
r pounds each, or more than twenty- ;
of second hand golf balls. The demand is as insidious as a ,serpent.In was entirely unwarranted! and was HOMELIKE
' SURROUNDINGS
four million pounds of raw sugar '
.:" ".: shipped from Clewiston. is also a fitting they say, is still there. but a Missouri village noted for its : brought about: by the absurdly liberal

f answer to those who, a few ,they'ie c : having a hard time finding 'piety, a widow reputed to be worth financing of New York bankers, who

f; balls on the course.. This ,should indicate $150,000 committed suicide. evidently were ignorant of the sugar :
a years ago said "It can't be done. 1. :
\'. that the Clewistonite is be- She left a note saying: : industry. Cuba, helped along in this TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS \
\:' ". A few short, years ago, the Ever:
k'>:" coming a better golfer. My' neighbors have talked aboutme easy way, went beyond its own labor ;
glades as a sugar producing center,
; I am unhappy and I don't wishto supply and imported labor from '
/:, was merely an idea in the mind of

.-' B. G. Dahlberg-and an idea, It may "Pencil, Putting". is, the. ,most, descriptive I '- live longer. "A good name is -.to neighboring islands as well as from:

:: term used for, those who be chosen above great riches." I .Spain, ,. .:. .
be added which fell far short of
R':" I '
foiget;, several strokes on the co urse. have always tried to live an honor: "Next to the United States pro- ''
of CLEWISTON'S
< meeting with instant approval I I POPULAR HOTEL"THE :,.
[; able life, but my neighbors have ducers, Mr. ., Hart' comments "the.
: those who heard it. Their objections 1 1N1 ', .
;:.' on the surface appeared well founded. So, far, no one has even claimeda blasted my good name. Cuban producers are entitled to the

i7. hole, in t>ne" since 1 the new. course. A coroner's investigation developedthat most consideration; and it is sincerely .

: .was. opened a few. months ago. gossip concerning the widow hoped that a plan can be ,
j :, "For more, than thirty years" they '
Three and. six hole the logical the fact that worked r>ut, by which the Cuban
', said "the state of Florida has tried,I are, seemed to be based on WATANABE AOTLMRS. :

I f. unsuccessfully to drain the Ever locations for such, a feat. the dead woman's worst crime consisted production can be controlled by : ,

'village themselves to. their profit. .
.. glades. Successful sugar production of receiving letters at the Sugar produced -

'') depends entirely on water, control, P. E. B. in the. Tampa Tribune postoffice twice a week .and By: cheap foreign l labor should .' CLAU'DE DOWNS, Manager. > :-.
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, ,'. .therefore the idea is not a good one." says "They say sugarcane i In the, these letters were addressed in the npt<;! bo allowed to compete with the .. '.

\ But. Dahlberg had looked further Everglades is yielding; 67 .tons an, same handwriting, evidently the I United States produced sugars nor .. .

?;" than a drainage problem. Internationally acre, but that conveys no vivid writing of a man. ,Moreover, she had the Cuban preferential, sugars., I ..; :!.r.(' :.. ..'-:\:

and familiar picture. How many made periodical trips away from 'the -Tampa Tribune, :: = =. '
,: known that .
experts agreed "
'
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:!>.. that the soil of the northern Everglades spoons., please, is that.." village, visiting in a nearby city,ilL ,. .. ;

7,.r': .. around the southern shore of We've, figured it out to be approximately subsequently developed that the let ,"I r.
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:: : Lake Okeechobee is considered the 670,000 spoonfuls andif ters "were from a respectable busi- La Bilk NewsGeorge J _

\;:' best sugar land in the world. you doubt our word, you can ness man and the woman's visits to .-

:\: : Dahlberg's first move, following count 'em.Several ........ the city/ simply -meant that she had

:: :,: the, receipt of the experts', reports, I gone to see a sister of her deceased Loveland Pettee
',,-. swimming parties in the husband. II
:was to insure not only drainage but
} oft' lake recently, and with scliool'out, When gossiping ,neighbors looked I
absolute. water control; and those I
I'I's In a few more weeks. there probablywill upon the pallid, upturned face of the Many of the La Belle Methodist .
.who have passed through. two I .. ', "I" _" _
a lot women attended the district .zone : "
be more.
storms In this section, know: how: dead woman, some of 'them exclaimed"Oh :?"
what a pity!" Others wondered meeting held Thursday? ,In Alva, ; k" .
well he .t
succeeded. 41i : '
A fruit drink made Those from La Belle are Mrs. Dre ? : ( i? ; '- :
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Then, surrounding himself. with. the new : from wJiy one so amply' blessed In a fi ; i : : : ,

; ;, :best ,brains in the sugar; industry, he'I Florida' grapefruit, is bottled and sold; n.:1pc1waf} should. fail to find. er, Mrs.) Phaff. Mrs.J M. J. Bush, Mrs.C. : ;

1 set about the_ business of; growing. by a, California, firm. The fruit is worldly ,happiness.? At. the, funeral the, E Weaver, Mrs Cornette, Mrs. .

shipped to California where the village explained in tearful Ezelle, Mrs. Rerey, Mrs. Ross.: {
parson _
sugarcan- e. Yields of, 40 to 50''ton ; ,. ........ ,,- ,
per acre are not uncommon, and It juice is extracted,..bottled. !_ and: shipped sermon that "in the midst of life we : -". -- '* r '.r I '" ,
right back to ''Florida to sell. That's MAY, DAY PARADEOn New roads are under construction -
is, n, matter of record that a, field in ; are in death. 1 : .

the Canal Point division,, of ..the. Southern the height of something or another. It is 'not of record, however, that the second of. May at one p., m.',' : .' :. C ,I

:' Sugar company showed the greatest the pastor cited .his hearers. : to .that.; I a parade of the healthiest, and best ; thousands of additional acres

k ,: yield on month basis of Vacation, days will soon be here. bit, of wisdom. found in ,Proverbs. costumed children will be held in La'' -
a per '
growth, ever recorded in the indus-, Floridans' will 'pack bags, scurry 18... 18. "The words of a talebearer Belle. Prizes will be give' to the I of sugarcane ,will be harvested for

try. ,off to 'the mountains, swelter or are as wounds," or that he referred best '.costumed; ; child .Iof., pre-school. ; 1 : '
4:
next Clew
The industry this section ''is, ''freeze, according to the weather, to Mathew 12:36: which says: "ButI age and, of, school age by 'the Womens grinding season.

still in its infancy. Operations witf! and wish they were. back In Flor say unto you that every Idle word Community club of, ,La Belle. The I iston is swiftly approaching its

be constantly ida. that men shall speak, they shall 'Parent Teachers Association and the
expanded. and production '
;, figures will continue to .soar Others will rush to the mountains give account thereof In the day of Royal; Neighbors.? This- .is.. to be a!I rightful place as the ,metropolis of

: '. during the next few years. In the and sit about the porch as judgement.- health and may day parade' and all .

': ; meanwhile, Florida pessimism ,is ef.I they tell of Florida's wonderful In that: day of judgment, in whose' the children of Hendry county are the northern Everglades.

;: fectively snowed under an avalanche possibilities as a summer- vacation place would you 'prefer to stand invited to participate.II. .

I: of some 24,000,000 pounds of Ever- land. that of the woman, or that of .the "

glades grown and ground' raw sug But the, wise. ones will stay. in gossipers who hounded her to death I ?. A. Rider. Hendry county attor, '/

; ar. .the. state' ,. enjoy: the wonderful Miami Herald. ney spent Wednesday afternoon in .-<. Now is the time to take advantage -
'
. > beaches, and the delightfully cool Fort Myers. I "

[r: ,nights. 'SUGAR, IN THIS: SECTION. : ,: .' of the golden opportunities .

;1 :I. GLADIOLI, SPIKES Hiram U. Hart, of this city, a man :\f1... and Mrs.. R. F. Urie of Felda I" '

.c-, ':'. Of interest to' Clewiatonltes, in Before many .. years. the state will of_ wide and long experience in sugar -! stopped In La Belle on their'. way to I. offered here.


'view of the recent organization' : of vacation be, almost. land as as popular it is as nosy a a summer winter: production' advises us' that competent Frostproof.Miss I ". I". ,, '\",_,I.''0>'._'. '.:..J...,........_,.. .......,..,
the Upper Glades Flower1' and Garden engineers have declared the .

club, Is a story in the Wauchu- playground. southwest Gulf coast section of Lois Foxworthy and Miss I ': : :. : .1" \;: :'.v ::<

la Advocate, telling of the demandfor Florida" has "the. most ideal condl-. I Cooper of Fort Myers are guests of ......:'' .

Gladioli spikes. In these days of fast transportation Raymond Hendry. [ ..: :.::- : : : .

The automobiles, should be checked .
story Is as follows: > .
I ; more frequently., The steering mechanism told of ,flood conditions in the Ever Master Earnest ,Hall and Florence < .
The Frank boys, Harold 'and Walter r ,
: .on one: local, car was ''so badly glades. The Everglades referred to Hall entertained Eloise Turner Dave rI ..e.' '.
:
are busy marketing 150,000: gla- I For Details Write To
dioli worn that only .a, frail cotter pin heldIt was the Okeechobee City area As forth Stewart, Margaret Turner, Allan Stew
spikes 'now, says'the Wauchu- I
'la 'Advocate. In place. Fifty: miles an hour, a south_ end of the lake, bean pickers are, Lois Luckey, Ruth Rassmussen I

The little more strain .on. the frail pin, ,dot the fields! from here to to an Easter Egg hunt in the park.,'
reporter
went out to their
and another motorist would do a Belle. Glade! and'' armies of cane ,cutters

,place on. the four Avon miles Park east-road' o Wauchula Tuesdayand 1 barrel roll into the canal. continue to send sugar cane ,to Mr. Christie and sister and .Carroll CLEWIS TON CHAMBER' OF COMMERCEClewiston

the Clewiston factory., Simply..another ChrIstie motored to Clewiston. "
found them busy trying to fill 1
: Cocoa is to ,have: a grapefruit canning instance. of what absolute water, -. i '
some of the numerous orders they ) { l Florida
plant. Cocoans, to unearth an control means. Mrs. Christie is ,recovering from a _
: ,:. ,,,
have for gladioli spikes. -. .... ., ,. -
Mr. old one, will now can .all. they can severe illness this week. I .
Frank
'telegrams showed us a sheaf of and eat what they can't can. Canning factories for Cocoa ,and -=-- I .' -.: . ..
for
asking shipments of Miami; steel arriving for, great The ethodist church had a very ; ., .'
from one hundred to 10,000. I
They "
.. And about "Cocoannes" Miss Dot steel warehouses at Port Everglades successful entertainment Sunday.
came from all over the country, :
Packard of. that. .community will be near Fort-: Lauderdale; work -. MERICA'S
from Tennessee, from Texas Illinois "IN THE CENTER : OF
and -stntei/' married. ,on June, 11 to Neil Stewart, started_ on $10,000,000 paper mill at Mr. and Mrs. A., L. Taylor' Mr. '
other
It Is a numerous certain thing : Clewlslon's aviator.: The( honeymoonwill Panama City; ,Collier: County: canning and Mrs. M. J. Bush, Mr. and Mrs.C. : NEW SUGAR BOWL; : ..,

''these boys finish that when be an airplane trip to Yellow plant' working, 24 hours a day O. Ross, Miss Corrine Jones, Mr. .. .. ..' ,. ..,..... ,' ,

'150,000' or marketing the stone National. I'arkA. non-stop and 75,000 bags of sugar and 1,250- J. H. Fears, Virgil Miller,. Don D .,.' .:',. :- '"", .
more spikes they are Sh'l
'now. cutting, th flight to happiness, as the announce 000 gallons of molasses shipped Patsy Royer, Loraine Taylor ,, :. .. -" ;.

'mone". Th'cuft ey'l1 n'ia have some ments read.Associated. from the Clewiston' plant of. Southern Sunday on a picnic and fishing at I ': ,' ':" .
1 sell for four
; six and eight dollars Sugar Company._ Verily, a great. Calowacoochle' ,. having barbecued 1rmeat''and I tj .:,.1 '.". ';.i :,.. -; fH .. :
a hundred
for
', press stories last, week tourist state, this, Florida, _, many other delclcacles. I

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I FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1930 : -
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I Aviation Merger "" :=-= : : ; ; ', : : :== ,,-', : :
CENSUS FIGURES CELOTEX COMPANY EXTENDS RESEARCH 1
Across Country


: # SHOW BIG GAINS ACTIVITY TO COVER- WORLD MARKETS ,I Now Considered r DELICIOUS; l F


NEW YORK.Establishment of a

THROUGH SOUTH In keeping with Its policy of conducting it satisfied merely In knowing thereis unified air mall and passenger route CREAM"1\\1

Its business In the most Intelligent no awste in the manufacture of across the United States was assured -
1 GUERNSEY WHIPPING '
1 k efficient, economical and its products. I when it was announced that

Urban And Rural Sections up-to-date manner, Tho Colotex: Company -j The Commercial Research division a plan for acquisition ,of National Air I AND STRAWBERRIESCLEWISTON

1 ', Of Florida Re- has taken another forward step will now make surveys that will result -:Transport_ Inc., by the United Aircraft -j

t t fleet Growth. in the establishment of an extensiveand in the elimination of possible and_ Transport .corporation had ,

I I r ; highly trained Commercial Research waste in the marketing of Celotex. I I been agreed upon by officials of the

, division., The farm market, for examuple, Is two corporations.
i r ATLANTA, Ga.-Industry In the DAIRY COMPANY '
I rural This division will function as a an excellent one for the sale of many Under, the agreement N. A. T. will "
..South is drawing heavily upon
I I.. unit of the Research and Development -I Celotex products. Over a period of recommend to its stockholders an ex- Sugarland \
:f population, a study of census reports Highway Phone 333
from nine states reveals. Department. Its work will be time. The Celotex Company has developed I I change of stock on tho basis of, one

to search out and designate .the best I I standard specifications for share of United Aircraft common
R Populations of towns and cities in !I -
markets for Celotex: markets that insulation in farm buildings that now stock for three and a half shares of
North Carolina, South Carolina 3
Virginia,
cultivated at minimum ex-I have the approval and recommendation National l --
be Air -- --
.. can Transport. :: = :: ::= = = = : -:- :: =
Tennessee Georgia, Alabama,
,
i, pense. The peculiarities of selling in of many State Agricultural Col I United Aircraft previously had offered -
.::1 Mississippi\ Louisiana and Arkansas '
these markets and their potential leges. I an exchange _at the rate,of one;
J
Increases.
show surprising possibilities will bo analyzed, and Will Study Farm Market. for three. This offer, was refused by

1 ,:' However, while the cities grew rapidly general plans for reaching them pre In certain states, there is extensive directors of. N. A. T., whereupon PHONE 333
from 1920 to 1930, the rural sections dairy farming, or raising .
poultry
'. pared. announced: |hat it would begin to
.J elthtr lost population or1 barely Modern Business an Army. or fruit growing. The Commer sell the proposition to the Bmanecompan's

held their own. clal Research division will for In Repairing or Estimate For
Modern business is somewhat like ? .stockholders.:. This cam- .
The situation is very much the an army. Sales should fully occupya stance, analyze the states that derive paign :was, under way when the agree- Electrical Work of Any Kind

same In all Southern states except broad field. The s salesmen are the the maximum income from poultry ment was reached yesterday.

Florida:, which had a .general In. troops who get out and occupy the riasing. It will then map out the Among the companies-controlled byUnited Radio and Appliances of All Kind

crease. Its urban centers almost field. They are prepared and sup- territories of salesmen, by counties, are the Boening Airplane company Repaired,or,Sold

doubled" their population in many' ported by advertising heavy ar Indicating the best field for the 'sale the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft

cases, while its rural sections showed tillery. Sales executives\ the leaders. of Celotex .on poultry farms. In this company, the Chanco Voug ht J. W. CRANE

steady growth. Lakeland, among the direct the attack, but to do this they way, salesmen and dealers, who some corporation, Boeing Air Transport_ ,

cities" of more than 10,000 to report must have information. This Is the times have a tendency to, ignore the Inc., Sikorsky Aviation corporationand

f has. a: population of 18,544 an increase. work of market research-the scouting farm market, will have pointed out Stout Air Services.N. .

1 of '165' Per cent ruring the 10 years. division that goes ahead of the to them the opportunities In their A. T. operates between New

Q Growth of'the citrus Industry and salesmen, surveys the field and tells particular territories. York and Chicago. and from Chicago

popularity, of. Florida's cities _as .resorts the: salesmen where the most profitable -, Similar surveys will be made in to Dallas, Tex., :and other points in

I are directly responsible for. the I markets are located. other markets for the sale of Celo- the mlddlewest, carrying air mail, 615...EAST. PLATT. 8T. OFFICE ,PHONE- M.1180' ....
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NIGHT'PHONEHERALD
TAMPA, FLA. N33581
I great Increase- ,, census supervisors. Tho salesmen in turn will then tox. fl a new product Is to be mar and has announced that passenger ', I
III" "
said. I pass on -the results of these surveys keted, a preliminary survey will show service over all its lines' will begin

I In, other Southern states, however, to the building trade, enabling members the best methods of. arkeHng that this year. LINES: j

': the lack; of growth of rural sections, to do better merchandising'' andstimulating product.
; -
and the amazing Increase of cities' business In' the building Will' Analyze Territories.The --
i Commercial Research division often correct them Immediately.The /
: population are the early Indications industry generally. "i* i
of census returns! Since' the organization of The Celo- will analyze salesmen's territories In establishment of a Commercial Overnight service between
:
Research division ,is an important
eearchand many other ways. It will figure, ,the \ i '
tea Company, a_ competent !
: I! Southern cities have enjoyed excellent step In out The Celo
carrying
i 'and' 'have re Development department has always percentage and cost of sales to the :_ I Clewiston and Tampa .

:I ceived natural growth share "of'foreign"capital. been' m maintained. As the Com dealers l, in each territory; what tkobuilding tex Company's' policy- to produce, t::
a'goodly : market and sell H
a perfect product at
trend Is in particular communities
dthe
'In cities pany has/'grown ah demands for -
! I 1. Annexation programs many
the lowest
possible cost.
also contributed. Celotex '.have increased 'from hundreds v whether one-family, two* Franchise operators Insured cargaeaBAKERS
.
I'' to thousands: to millions of family or multi-family structures are -
Lyuchbu'rg, Va.;" an old Southern
.. day, this' department has being built. I
feet.per' '
.
industrial revival
town, underwent an 666 .
; made' remarkable 'strides In improT- These surveys will be made not
: during the 10 years and now shows
I : Ing production methods and, through only by a' combination of statistical
i of 40,559, an 'Increase .
,1 a population '' TabletsRelieves
constant experiments; iis frequently methods and a pooling of Informa.
. : i of more than 10,000.. 'Roanoke In the able i expose hidden wastes, there tion, but ,also by actual field 1.11. a Headache or Neuralgia In SERVICE STATIONLocal

. i,: t safe: state" 'i Increased ifs population by reducing production costs vestigation..' \- 30 _minutes, checks a Cold the first ,
.
18,254'to 69,096. Will Eliminate ,Any Waste. This information 'will then be' day,, and checks :'Malaria In three Representative
All textile centers In North 'Carolina I days. '
'- Their
But The Celotex Company is not passed on to the'Jesmen.

r show remarkable Increases. None content simply to operate at a profit weak spots will ''be indicated. Once 666 Also' in Liquid

: I of the largo cities have reported. In satisfactory to stockholders, >>or is they are known the salesmen_ can I
; : that state rural sections held their I

' j I:'" y owr(' generally possibly because of ..1= ..................................... )1

\;I .good\\ market for tobacco, authorities

I 'said.The THE CLEWISTON TAXI SERVICEFine .

1 same situation existed in South .

I I.. Carolina. Spartanburg increased its .

I $\ population 26 per cent to 28,525 and riding seven passenger Cadillac, .' .

I \1V'other cities grew In proportion. Sedan for hire. :
1 ,
.! ''J There were decreases in many E CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL. COMPANY, ;

Georgia rural sections, but the cities, LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE ; ; .

,:' 'had'a growth. Atlanta, excluding ,,' '
healthy
,. REASONABLE RATES 1'1r
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I the boroughs which from : : ,: : ,, ,.
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of Call Phone No. 393 '.--. ;.'-" 'I'.f. f.
.i greater Atlanta, had a county or 105 '.:.--:.,: '""..y..':, .
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266,557, an increase of 35.6 per cent. '. :.',. .
Columbus has 42,871 residents, an increase '.t. : --- ", '
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of 37.7 per cent.
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in Alabama and itself an industrial Coolworkers I '
.y /i city, increased its population more Official A. C. L. Railroad'watch' inspector : <' I ':.', :I(, .

than 10' per cent to 20,695, while An-' :',*: IIIII !

I nlston had a count of 22,280, an. in j, -I' /% \ \ ,,",: .
I M. P. BOGGS ; ":
crease of 25 per cent. Florence, up .

at Muscle Shoals; rousted 11,735, an : :', ; '
("PI1a
increase of 10.4. JEWELER = WORK. .' ::

Over in. Mississippi, Columbus, in :'-,: ; fD
Expert Watch Clock & Jewelry .
' the heart of a dairying country, had Repairs : :?: :'. I! I

:1 growth of 25 per cent and a count I : :Cool : ," '
Clewiston Florida
. Hays B'ld'g. ,. :
' of 10,734. Clarksdale, in the : ; < iiiII
delte.1 I III ;:.
where cotton is emperor, : ;
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i increase of 33 per cent or a count of [ :.' '. -

10057. II ..): ,: ; ", .. el

Preliminary reports showed Nashville '\ ,:.",, ':.C',.:...'.. BUY! ; ." : :,.. 'e!

Tenn., enjoyed growth to 147- m.
CLEWISTON FOLKS IWnch oiclllator
045, an increase of 25 cent, while 2' i ;m
per ., .... ::iII
,f J .' .. ".I,, for A.C. or D.C. "
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I Jackson, a hustling little railroad cityin !e ;'" 1 current. ', ':
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west Tennessee had 22,118 residents ':. I
I V'THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI g -.'" yF. ,-, -
\!)/ an'''Increase of 3,258. .\' -- '. --, -, T..... :t... -, \ t iii
:J Hot Springs, Ark., a resort city, *;::/i .-, MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES II .,': '" ,

t grew 72 per cent and has a popula- ,' *< .. .... .' ,_1..,E....., .ER. _.. .: /'JELE I ,. :" ;,r:. ':'r-" ...... IJ..
tion of 20,115. Texarkana, in two YOU I.: .:";, >.';, ; of-.;" .: : .... _"'' ;'.: .i., ..". : ,.,.,.,.i"..' :, !"'\ >f",.( ...
I states showed a count of 27,328, \ ..-.4'i': .?!.,:':V". :','' ', f.t' (,/jA&, :_...;,..... ," "'S.. '.'. ..._:' "', 'Swtf! ..( .'. : '! ==
., : -, 1 ,:;-:.': /-- a, f.1I
! while Pine .Bluff, in the heart of Ar "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In ale South"Storage !rJ --p- -- -- : -- --

.! kansas' cotton section counted 24,602 -
;' stnffY-air makes workers languid and The average life ofa ; I.
! an increase of 5,432. Space Across Street European Plan .11 General Electric Fan
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I customers indifferent, hard to, please. .
;- is' about 20 years.Hor .
M I'I breezy, cheerful electric_ fan puts newlifaand .
rl\ .' freshness into your y office or store. SpecIal Offer .
c' Phone 339 The Clewlston News. II
'I It's good business.to have plenty of General .

' i 1. .1 .' J Electric fans. ,They are dependable. :; \ II

;' SUBSCRIBE FOR quiet, long-lived and economical to run. ,:: ,.

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\ S .. TTT; i Eng g' ment Announced '- j jI AT THE MOVIES


; Gary Cooper Is perhaps the first
& cal 7
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motion a'
picture star to have .. town.... *

: ., named after him. Nevertheless the -
t-.S
Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Phone 359 airs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 !Mrs.. 1<". M. Wright, Phone 381 I I featured player in "The Texan," the _J'I

Kettler theatre headliner for four
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/1/lllllllllll/1,111,11//l//1i11111,/-11'1.11,'1/1111// ///l/,11111/11111/ irZ 'I days, starting Saturday, was informed -
LADIES AID HEAD VISITORS HOSTS :
by officials of the G'.cnt
NAMED COMMITTEES I PERSONALS I I AT DELIGHTFUL :
Northern
-- I Railway that his company
FOR COMING YEARThe .1'111111,11,11,11111,11,1/,11,11,11.11.1,11..1,...11.'11'1.'II'..'..'11.1 DINNER AT INNH.
tdrfJ I would change the name of Sunnyside

j C. J. Gonterman, of St. Louis, and > I Montana, to Gary.

Ladies Aid Society met Fri Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and Mr. and E. Vance of New York and si1/i AA ..r r II,I The Paramount star_ _
owns a large
day afternoon at the Community Roy Goddard of Chicago were hosts '
I :Mrs. George McLain of New York '
ranch
near Sunnysile, and proposes _
church. Mrs.. Wm. Allen led the devo- of Mr. and Mrs.I at one of the lovllest dinner parties y 'I
City are guests :? / r .... s%.: to make that locality an attraction -
tionals. A poem entitled "My Creed" Mow- of the season in the private dining >, ? i/
I John K. Mowry. Mr. and Mrs. I for visitors by opening the Gary
written by Mrs. F. L. Tatom was hall of the Clewiston Inn Tuesday I
dinner
entertained their guests at a
ry ; : 24.' Cooper Guest Ranch there. Cooperwas
read by Mrs. William G. Ames. The evening.
party in the Clewiston Inn Sunday -
I I I born in Helena, Montana, and
list of committees for the ensuing night. The long table was artistically .
-' spent the major part ,of his life in
year read by Mrs. Ames was as follows centered with .a huge bowl of pink ";
that State. He went to Hollywoodfour
and white petunias.
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Devotional, Mrs. Wm. Allen, Mrs. Mrs. E. J. Kerr and Mrs. O. L. During the dinner, a colored quar- :. ( t.:: years ago.Something

Wm. Bailey; Publicity, Mrs. Louis Jeffries spent Friday in West Palm tette sang several old melodies and ;7 in
new scenes of backstage -
Morgan, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. R I Beach. following the dinner, the party at-
life is promised in "Puttin on
M. Montgomery. Mrs. Dick Miller! ; I. tended the bi-weekly dance given by i I the RItz," the United Artists' all-dia

Ways and Means, Mrs. C. A. Jack- 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Puryear en- the American Legion at the Inn. !
logue musical
extravaganza starring
son, Mrs. Claud Downs. Mrs. Gus tertained at dinner Monday night, Cards were placed for the follow- : !
i Harry Richman, which begins its local
McGhee. Mrs. T. V. Watson, Mrs. the occasion being Mr. Puryear'sbirthday. ing guests Mr. and Mrs. WilliamG. I I
showing at the .Kettler Theatrein
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Julius Alston, Mrs. Wm. Hooker,i Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ames, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson .. '., ; West Palm Beach, Wednesday.
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Mrs. .J. K. Mowry; Mrs. H. R. Hall, I Fred Puryear, Troy Puryear and Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, : 'i .
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This production contains
t 'i : ; not only
Mrs. Fred. Puryear; Visiting Mrs. A.i Claude Downs. I Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche Capt. and :..-- ? (' ; A &ifY' :I.the conventional. glimpses of rehearsals

C. McDonald, Mrs. W. S. Harvel, -- : Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs.P. and
dressing rooms. It goes
Mrs. J. C. Nowling, 'Mrs. Wm. T.I E. F. Floyd of Jacksonville, repre- G. Bishop, Mrs. Walker Stansell,
.,r deeply into the lives of that InterestIng -
Bailey, Mrs. W B. Surles; Member- sentative of the Gulf Life Insurance II, Mrs. Cleo A.' Houze and C. S. :. r %' ) t:y r ....: and curious band of folk-the

ship, Mrs. Dick Miller, Mrs. F. R. company was In Clewiston Tuesdayand Ramsay. r. iJi? 'Ni :. !
; ... professionals-shows them as human
Maxwell, Mrs.\ Barney Thomas, Mrs. Wednesday conferring with DickC. '\; -
beings. It depicts them In poverty
Frank Richmann, Mrs. R. Brown; .. Miller, local representative. ,.
-' WRIGHT and riches, leads the audlenre to the
'MRS.
Program, Mrs. F. L. Tatom, Mrs.Wllber ENTERTAINS
little nooks and crannies of board-
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche spent I
Cole, Mrs. William T. Bailey, Ing houses and theatrical hotels
I Wednesday Palm Beach on a Mrs. F. M. Wright entertainedMrs.
Social Mrs. F.
Mrs. Jim Beardsley
; Engagement of Miss Pack which they call home, and makes
Dorothy ard
shopping tour. W. G. Ames, Mrs. Walker daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. .
L. Williamson Mrs. F. Deane Duff
M. Packard, of Cocoa, to Neil R. St them real personalities.An .
Stansell, II, Mrs. Wilber Cole, Mrs. ewart, of Olewiston, was recently an-.
Mrs. Wilber Cole, Mrs. Cleo Houze,
nounced. Miss Packard, a school teacher, is a popular member of the actor without money is a particularly
and P.G. Bishop and Miss Katherine
Mrs. William Hanson, ,Mrs. G. V. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Small '
'= younger set of Cocoa. Mr. Stewart who pathetic figure; says Rich
has
been a resident of Clewis ton
Hudson Bazaar, Mrs. Jesse All- Campbell Nail spent Sunday in La Grafstrom at luncheon at her home
;
; for the past year, is a pilot in the aviation department of the Southern man and he is made more BO by the
hands Mrs. G, L Leydig, Mrs. R. Belle. Tuesday.who and'
Sugar Company. The wedding ceremony. Is to take place in Cocoa on boastful conversation jauntinessof
Y. Patterson Mrs. F. L. Williamson
,
with which he
June 11. manner attemptsto
Mrs F. M., Wright, Mrs. P. G. Bishop Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., left Sunday is attending the medical convention carry it off.

Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Fred : on a week's. trip to Mobilo, Ala., in Pensacola read: "Wonderful I with
As a vaudeville, team
dard, Chicago. Mrs. Hanson 'landed many
son. They motored to Miami
and New Orleans La. on
onvention. Be home next Sun
Moltz, Mrs. Culbreth, Mrs. Franc
'I. si. 20'pound king fish, Mr., Goddard Wednesday., From Miami, Miss Graf-I! ups and considerably more downs,
_ .Howard, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. day. '
Richman Joan Bennett James Glea-
John Bolton and Doug Douglas of a, dolphin, and Mr. Hanson a 10 Btrom will go by train to New Yorkto ,
Henry Derendorf Mrs. O. L. Jef
and Tashman offer
son Lilyan some
fries, Mrs. 'Frealoy, Mrs. Moore. the Shawano plantation were In Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands were pound king fish. join her sister, Miss Ingaborg I I I remarkable characterization with a

Mrs. Ames gave a report on the Clewiston Saturday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Crafstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Williamsonwill
deal and
great of comedy serious -
Presbytery .which she attended together Dickison at the Clewlston Inn. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahlberg of spend few days in Miami. j[ many

with Mr. Ames and Dr. and i Miss Josephine Knight spent the and Mrs. Dickison are residents of 'Ne.O. lea B who have been .spend- I i j scenes.
I "Puttin' on the Ritz" offers to the
.Mrs. Bailey at Kissimmee. Mrs. F. week end in Fort Myers. St. ,Petersburg. I ing,, a few days in Clewiston left for Mrs. Frank M. Wright entertained written
public several songs e pe-
---. their home, Saturday. They flew to i
then at luncheon 'Dahl-
L. Tatom gave the program Tuesday' for Mrs. ;,'cially for the picture by livingBert

'"Spiritual Income," after which refreshments J. F. Magaha left Sunday for Fort Miss Marian Leydig entertained at Miami from thence proceeded by i berg, the guests including, Mrs. Dahl tlin and sung by the golden-voiced

were served by the com- Myers where he has accepted a posi one table of bridge Monday evening, train. berg, Mrs. W. T.. Marfield and Mrs. I"Richman. :

mittee in charge. tion with the St. Charles hotel. her guests including Mr. and Mrs. I Cleo A. 'Houze.Subscribe .

l James E. Beardsley, Mrs. J. G. All- Miss Katherine Grafstrom has been.
.
Mr. and Mrs.J. L. Williams, Jr., of hands and Mrs. Spicer. spending a few days with her parents -! SUBSCRIBE FOR

BRIDGE 'CLUB ISENTERTAINED West Palm Beach and Mr. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. William- For The Clewlston News. THE CLEWISTON NEWS

AT Bennett of Ocala were week end Roy H. Goddard of Chicago and ,

W. G. AMES HOME guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Chenet. Henry E. Vance of New York who

I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker were are guests at the Clewiston Inn .

"Mrs. Walker Stansell, IT, held high in La Belle Tuesday.Mr. .
. spent Tuesday on a fishing trip at .
score with Mrs. William Cecil Owen II I .. '.... ..> ,.;. 7'- -
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second I Palm 'Beach.Mr. : I .. ,= -::" .. . > ," -
and Mrs. J.
E. Beardsley and Mrs. G. V. Hudson and _
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third at .the. regular meeting of the i I i daughter and Mr. and Mrs. H R. and Mrs. T. V. Watson motored i- .t)

Afternoon Bridge club held in the | Hall and son spent Sunday in
I I I to Miami Tuesday.Mr. (
.Ames home on Arcade avenue Brighton

Wednesday afternoon. I 'Eti't
and Mrs. P. A. Poche, Mrs.
:Delightful refreshments consistingof Mr. and Mrs. Alston ba-
Roy and Cleo A. Houze, Henry E. Vance andC.

a salad course and punch were by spent' the week end in Moore S. Ramsay motored to Lake Pla

served. Haven with relatives.Mr. cid.

Present were Mesdames H. A. Ecs- and Mrs. G. A. Strickland

tor, Claude L. Downs, J. E. Beards- '"
let' Tuesday for Venus where Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson enter-

Icy, Dick C. Miller, William Cecil Strickland has accepted a position. tained at dinner in their home Mon-

Owen, Walker Stansell, II, Cleo A. t&TIlE ONE DOLLAR SHIRT STORE 1'Washington
day evening, their guests includingMr.
Houze and *T. V. Watson.
Attending a weiner roast at Fish- and Mrs. P. G. Bishop, Roy God-I '

eating creek Friday night were Miss dard of Chicago'and H. E. Vance of

;:-MRS. C. 'DAHLBERG' .Frances..Munroe, Miss .Mary Skeldon, New York.Among D. C. work shirts QCc &. 1 .QQ

HONORED BY LOCAL Miss Dorothy Beam, Miss Roberta

Pin .Check & Khaki Pants, pair ........ 1
WOMEN AT PARTIES George, A. J. Hackett, J. T. Megaha, those attending the biweekly .QQ

Bill Whitcombe, Gene Reier, Harvey dance of the American Legion -

( Guthrie, Leland T. OVERALLS, high back, pair .,............ J QQ
Crews and J.
Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertained at at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday .

her home on the ridge, Thursday Chapman. night were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr,
Special one lot fancy sox, ......., 4 pr. 1 QQ
afternoon, complimenting Mrs. C. F. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilson, Mr. and .

Dahlberg of New Miss Elta Whatley, F. Pruitt, Troy Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. and Mrs. J. R
; Orleans. One lot fancy sox, pair .....,...........,.......... 50c
Guests included. Mrs. C. F. Dahl Puryear and Dick Gillesple spent Alston, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cole,

berg, Mrs. ,P. G. Bishop. Mrs. W. C. the week end In Indiantown as the Mr and Mrs.. L. A. 'Morgan, Mr. and
RAIN COATS, men's, $5 value ............ O QC
Hanson, Mrs. F. M Wright and Mrs. guests of Miss Watson and Miss Mrs R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs.P .

Cleo A. Houze. Pore. P Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. RAIN COATS, boys', $5.50 value ........ 4.QC .

Hanson, Captain and Mrs. F. Deane -

A. W. Sias spent the week end in Duff, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche. Mr. I PANTS, dress, men's &

MISS GRAFSTROM HONORED Punta Gorda with relatives. and Mrs. W. G Ames, Mrs Walker I, I 2953.95 4.95One

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Stansell II, Henry E. Vance of New lot stripe Serge .............................. C QQ
"Mr. and :rrs. W. G. I .
Ames
7--- entertained Miss Ola Petteway spent the week York, Roy H. Goddard of ChicagoC.

at dinner Tuesday evening at I end In Wauchula. S. Ramsay, Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Union Suits full cut, 75c value ..,....,..., 50C \
their home;; the honor
guest being
I !Miss Katherine Grafstrom of Chicago -

Miss Katherine Grafstrom. Those Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling and Miss Elsie Hare, Mrs. William Work Shirts, Blue ,................................:.... Sflc .

present were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. I Dr. and Mrs. John Anderson spent Cecil Owen, Mrs.' Rose King. Marshall -

Cole, Dick gillespie. C. A. Jackson, i. the week in Pensacola attending a Yenowine, Charles Minor, Dick Work Shoes, scout style ............."......... O.QQ ..-
Miss
Katherine Grafstrom Mrs. Wal medical convention.Dr. I C. Miller, F. E. Lloyd, H. L. Harperof

ker Stansell, II. and Mr. and Mrs. New York, H. R. Hall, Emmett Dress Shoes .:.......................... 3.45 & 5.00One

W. G. Ames* J. W. Ezelle spent the weekIn Shelley, Allen Powell, Frank Hirsch, a

Atlanta visiting relatives. Dick White, and Ed Butler. lot. Golf Hats, each ..........,.?.........., 1 .QQ :' .
JUNIOR CLUB MEETS

Other Values '
Tom Shelley, E. E. Kelly, C. A. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne mo-'

Mrs. Carl Berner entertained mem Jackson and Pete Wilson spent Sunday tored to Miami Sunday, returning to High Grade Straws .. .............1 QC to C
QQ
bers of the Junior : .
bridge
club at
In West Palm Beach playing Clewlston Monday.
her home Wednesday afternoon.. Mrs I golf. I
---
E., C. Merchant held high .I
score. .Refreshments I. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. HUDSON THE CLOTHIEROpposite
served
were ice
;. cream Sam Woodham and Mrs. N. C. Storey Franc Howard spent Saturday after-
and cake. !
were in Pam Beach Saturday. noon and evening in West Palm
Presentyere: Mrs J. R. Alston Beach. Post Office
Mrs. L. A. ';;Morgan
Mrs. Dave Alston

Mrs. J. E. Johnson and Miss Fran
:Mrs E. C. Merchant, Mrs.
J. ces Tippey were In La Belle Satur- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor had
F. Tippey, Mrs. W. C. Hooker. Mrs. '
day on business. dinner with Mr. and Mrs. G. Archibald -
:!
Milton
Crouc hand Mrs Berner. v
in West Palm Beach Saturday

Attending a weiner roast at Mi night

LUNCHEON FOR VISITORS ami Locks: Sunday l evening were Mr.

and and Mrs. Fred Moltz and son, Trev- Dickey Owen is recovering from

Captain Mrs Duff entertainedat elyn, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey and the measles. -_.... _._---
luncheon Wednesday: The guests i -""- -'-'-'- -' _. ...... _.! w-: -.
daughter, Frances
Art Lawrence, ,
included Henry E. Vance of New and .
Jimmy Beardsley. Enjoying fishing ;- tf v .
work, Roy TT. Goddard I a trip off the : ,
of ,
Chicago,
.. ,
Palm Beach coast
Sunday were Mr.
Mr. and Mrs F. E. Bryant _._ 'I
and Mrs .
A "
Cleo A. Houze. telegram received at the Clew- and Mrs. W. C. Hanson, Miand :.I

".'"" iston News office from Dr. Nowling Mrs. P. G. Bishop, and Mr. Roy God- \


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CITRUS EXCHANGE FLORIDA WILL SHARE LIBERALLY IN I Glycerin Mix Removes

I Cause Of Stomach Gas To the Voters of
Hendry County:
PLANS CANNINGOF $500,000 FEDERAL BUILDING PLAN Simple glycerin, buckthorn bark,
Saline, etc, as mixed In Adlerikft,
I I am candidate for
I acts on BOTH upper and lower a Representative of

OF FRUIT JUICES bowel, removing poisons you never Hendry County in the June Primary Ypur
TAMP-Plans for several federal $20,000 may be considered, but no thought were there and' which caused i)

building proj e c t s 'throughout consideration will be given to places gas 'and other stomach trouble. Just vote and influence will be appreciated.
I ONE spoonful relieves GAS.
Exchange Manager tells I Florida, probably involving the expenditure where the receipts are .less than 'stomach, sick headache and constipation. sour- J

of several millions of dollars $20,000. Don't take medicine which

Of For Advertising : are expected to be announcedin This, Mr. Drane explained, will cleans only PART 'of bowels, but lot E. L. STEWARTANNOUNCEMENT

Campaign. the near future as the result of bring into consideration a number of Adlerika give you a REAL cleaningand jl .
see how good you feel; It will
President Hoover's signing the pub- communities In Florida and so far as surprise :you! ALSTONS DRUG

A program for: advertising canned lic buildings bill, providing a total this congressional district is con STORE. 6.1.30 ---

grapefruit and canned grapefruit of $500,000,000 to b 0 expended cerned, these places have boon -- ---- -

juice on a national scale has been throughout the United States duringthe brought to the attention of the prop LEGAL NOTICEIN

arranged by the Florida Citrus Ex next 10 years for government or authorities. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

change and citrus by-products organ. construction work; Florida projects provided for in TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

izations, according to an announce Congressman Drane has writtenthe the bill are: COUNTY FLORIDA, IN .AND FOR HENDRY Your support and assistance at the June
Builders exchange that Daytona Beach, postofflce, $285- IN CHANCERY.
Commander, general Tampa
ment C. C.
of FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE Primary will be appreciated.
manager of the Exchange, who has the policy of the government, in 000.Key James W. Scott and Flora A. Scott r

just'returned from Now York and view of the unemployment situation West, courthouse, postofficeand his wife, Complainants.ve. .
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Washington. The plan is expected to throughout the country, Is to expedite customs house, $ 25OOO. KELLY
the construction of public buildings KIssimmeo, postoffice, $125,000. S. L. Lang and Alma Lang, his wifeT.
of dollars to grower -
add millions L. Land and Lillie Land, his wife, Candidate for
County Commissioner
profits and the state's income, by as fast as It may reasonably be Lake City, poetofflce, $125,600. Robert Taggart Jessie Taggart, his

serving as a stabilizing factor In the done. The bill provides'that all Miami, quarantine station, $65,000. wife. Defendants. District No.1'ANNOUNCEMENT 1

citrus 'industry, he said. places in the United States having Palm Beach, postoffice, $200,000. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt

postoffico receipts of a minimum of Sarasota, postoffice, $175,000.more appearing by the sworn Bill of
Mr. Commander explained that In Complaint filed In the above named

return for the, advertising the cause and fro mthe affidavit field
would take parti.1 I efficient separation column. therein; that the places of residenceand I
cipating canners COST OF HELIUM
fruit at For instance with other methods, it addresses of the defendants, T. ,
the Exchange, cannery-grade L. Land and Lillie Land, his wife, Is
90, cents a box, f. o. b. the Exchange Is necessary to run the crude helium No. 2925 Council Avenue, Hamtra-s

packing plants during the coming IS REDUCED BY throng ha second cycle to bring it to mek, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan,

season. The price during the year of the required purity but with ours and therefore beyond the State of To the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit

increase to 95 cents. NEW EXTRACTION this operations is eliminated. Briefly, Florida and It further appearing' by Florida
1931-32: would said Bill and affidavit that the Joint :
our operations consist of purifyingthe
,and for the three years following and or respective residences of Robert ;
would be $1. Ten cents will be taken i. natural gas, compressing It and Taggart and Jessie Taggart Is un- I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office of Stab. Attorney

from the price paid for each box to Production Costs Now. running It through our one clcle, known and that It .Is riot known I If f I am ,honored with this important trust by the people I prenaic a .

," campaign. where the helium, at high purity, whether they or either of them be faithful discharge of my duty and a,fair and Impartial enforcement o! '
finance the publicity Cut to $35 Per residents of the State of Florida and
emerges under the required press ALL of the Criminal Laws without fear or favor.
Company Signs Contract. it further appearing that there is no :
1,000 Feeft.LOUISVILLE ., I sure for filling cylinders and ship: person known to the complainants in. Respectfully,
Fruit Prolucts company
The Florida I
ping." the State of Florida. service of a subpoena {
of I/awe Alfred' and Eagle Lake, ROY D. STUBBS.
Ky.-A process of upon whom would bind the I
has already signed the contract and extracting the valuable helium from four defendants above named or

negotiations are under wry ,nth natural hailed by aeronautical FOR STATE SENATORTO eithmer of them; II
gas,
Commander And It further appearing by said
Mr.
other companies,
and gas engineers as being revolutionary bill and affidavit that the said defendants I

.said.A. has been disclosed by the THE VOTERS OF THE 24TH are: each, more than twenty-\ :

similar program is being develoPed Helium company of Louisville, Ky. I SENATORIAL DISTRICT: one years of age.

for oranges that will In all The new process has reduced the In announcing my candidacy for IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED,
That said defendants, T. L. Land and
probability be successful, Mr.' Com price of helium to $35 a thousand cubic the office of State 'Senator I respect I Lillie Land, his wife, Robert Tag- To the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial District
mander said. The plan which the Ex feet (in 1916 helium cost $1,700- fully solicit the support of the citizens gart and Jessie Taggart, his wife i

change Is undertaking now applies 000 a thousand cubic feet), the lowest of the District. and each of them be and _they are

only to grapefruit."The price, Including, all costs! at In 1915 and 1917 I served as a hereby to the Bill required of Complaint to appear tiled'herein to answer I I am a candidate to succeed myself as STATE ATTORNEY

Exchange has already placeda which helium has ever before been Member of, the House of Represen for the foreclosure of mortgage upon f oi this circuit I have performed the duties of this office fairly and

I. contract for advertising the prod made available. The most significant tatives. Was County Solicitor for the lands and premises' therein 1 f i impartially during the term I have held it. and if elected to a second ,

ucts of the canners who are now phase of this is the fact that the Monroe County for eight. years and I I named to-wit: Clewlston. I terms shall give the same honest and conscientious service toward the
156 of
24 in Block
Lot
he hald. The adver- cost of using helium in airships is State Attorney for the 20th Judicial t
participating,
. Florida, and that such appearance be f enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve upon
i tisemensts will appear In July, August now almost on a parity with hydro Circuit for four years. and the same Is hereby required to I i me as State ,Attorney.

...., and .eptember issues of leading : gen. It is used exclusively by American Oppressive taxation is no longer be made on or'before the 12th day of i _.
women's magazines. airships but because helium is bearable and, If elected I will favor May, A. D0 1930, at the office 'of the f
practical legislation that affords I 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court In the !j I GUY M. STRAYHORN.
( found in no other countries and because any
Stressed. ,
Importance Belle Florida,
Court House In La ,
it Is not readily exported due relief to the tax payer.I I[ said Bill f
:'.., "We: consider that this new pro otherwise the allegations In ) ( 7
gram makes possible one of the I to prohibitions, foreign airships are, believe County and State officials I lof ,Complaint will be taken as confessed -' ('
should be paid a straight salary and by the 4 defendants last above (
In compelled to use hydrogen.
most, outstanding developments .
f; of them.
each
named and by
the Fee System abolished.
:' the history, of, the Florida citrus Industry According to American airship interests ire 'IT IS, FCRTHER ORDERED That -
I1
of ,this gives them a distinct advantage There are many problems to be published '
next to the organization this order of publication I /
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;>;' the exchange Itself," Mr. Command in the mopetition for Inter- solved,' but tax relief and actual econ once each week for four consecutive _',' L, '" ';-'''-, .. \: >r..-' '-...::.,.., - ,
national lines. omy are the imperative, needs of the weeks in a ,newspaper of general circulation I
;'., er said. -The organization of the exchange airship In Hendry County, Florida

r, brought higher standards of The two plants of the pioneer of people.As and that four weeks publication thereof E. M. MAGAHA
r(' the helium located at a lawyer I do not and will not to the return day
::;' grade and pack. It provided advertising Industry, DexI be made prior '
I
[.._" dealer service and perfected tel', Kans., and Thatcher, Colo., represent, by way of private employment above named. official. For State's Attorney .

:. merchandising meth o d s, which equipped with the new process, are any corporation or similar pow- WITNESS my hand and A. D., 1930 .i.'
f' seal this,11th day of April -
erful interest duringmy tenure of TO THE VOTERS OF THE 12TH JUDICIAL
: brought far wider distribution to known as two of the most efficient i (Circuit Court Seal) ,j
:' Florida fruit. This' development of helium production plants In the office. To serve the citizens of the William T. Hull I CIRCUIT, STATE OF FLORIDA:
24th District faithfully, fearlessly I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for -
j;: by-products merchandising brings to world. Millions of dollars have been I j 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State's At-
Florida.
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Hendry County,
and efficiently I want to be free I II
,,, ,' the industry prospects of an added 1 spent by the United States government HEREBY CERTIFY that the ; torney In and for the 12th Judicial Circuit of the State of FlorIda -

.. -. factor for stabilization' and a certain in experimentation and devel from any possible Influence that above and foregoing is a true and ) to be voted for In the coming June primary. I solicit and

; : ', market for fruit usually sold at a opment of helium production methodsbut may conflict therewith.I correct copy of the order of publica- will appreciate' the support and suffrage .af all voters for; aW
will esteem it a great honor to tion made by me and on file In my
r? ;.. the private claims that '
"; loss. company office. office' and if elected promise to give the best service possible.
1:N: "Canners believe .that a program Its process Is not only more efficient be your obedient servant in the (Circuit ,Court Seal) .

lli-:': of widespread, consistent advertising I II I and economical, but produces a purer next legislature. William T. Hull I E. M. MAGAHA.
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on the canned product, such as is! helium and recovers a greater per Sincerely submitted, Clerk Circuit Court Hendry. County, I --. '- '
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I will centage of the helium contained in
i: ;, made possible by this means 4T

'sr.-::: .' permit greatly Increased packs on the natural gas.

::J} the part of participating canners The company's two plants have a illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill1111 11111I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIIIIII 1111111111111111111111111111i111III( [

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?1-:''. possible the removal of lower grades, investment is less than $600,000.The ---- ----

F; '; permitting the car loading of fresh government also is able to pro !. --- ---

;::' fruit with desirable sizes and grades duce 12,000,000 cubic feet annually -- '.: --

but it has -,;,< ',
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/:-" E. H. Courtenay, vice presidentof HESNEEWOf =
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1-: ROOM FOR RENT in Civic Center. the Girdler corporation, which S MUHEN
Apply .Mrs. J. Kettl., controls the Helium company, explained LAUNDERED BY; .

; that the new' process re MOTHER
IS THE OF RICHE
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: return to Fruit Man from La Belle. cycle >:,-,;;.. >. ,:.. ',,.. ,:.'. '. .
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EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST. -:: "; 5
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Easily Kills the office of State Senator from the 24th District.

Rats Mice I have served four terms In the Senate and two terms in the :
Cockroaches, .. THE CLEWISTON ASSN-
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faithfully. I am a. member of the Committee on Roads and High- .
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water and fresh air to die out- ways, Judiciary A. and Rules; these are the most Important committees = r : 2 6)1

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EIGHT CLEWISTON NEIVS. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, HAY 9, 1930



$44,000 IN OIL Teachers Will Be BEAUTIFICATION I Government. BuysChevrolets -

T. Guests Of P.; T. A. For

;I LEASK GRANTED At Farewell Party CHAIRMANSHIP ITGIVEN I Farm Department fl

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Teachers in the Clewiston school JAX WOMAN Renewed vigor in the Govern-
I BY 1.1.I BOARD
will be guests at a farewell party'to ment's co-operative battle with the .
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be given by the decision Parent- farmer against Injurious crop Insectswas 4j)

,Teacher association next Friday Conservation Of Natural promised for this month with

[Almost Million Acres I night, May 16, In the auditorium of Growth Main Aim the deliver of a fleet of Chevrolet I

. On Land And Under I the Clewiston school building, It was I. Sedan Deliveries to the Western
Of Committee
announced yesterday.The division of the department of Agri-

Water. Are Leased, meeting will be held at eight -_. culture.

i o'clock in the evening, when talks NEW SMYRNA, May 8.-Mrs W.' This partIcular fleet is to be used

will be made E. L. S. Jennings, of Jacksonville, was
TALLAHASSEE.-Up to the middle by Stallings, su- in the campaign against the corn :.

pedintendeut of public instruction inHendry elected temporary Chairman of the borer and is to concentrate its work ';
of March the state had leased, ". "-, ,:
or was In the act of leasing, a totalof county, J. L. Taylor, chairman State Chamber of Commerce Beautification 'in West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, '

nearly 1,000,000 acres of land, of the school board, P. G. Committee, at a special I j Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin

both on dry land and under the ocean Bishop operating vice president of I j, meeting held here Friday prior to I Similar fleets, enlisted in the war

and gulf, for oil drilling purposes.. the Southern Sugar Company and I the opening of the Fourteenth SemiI against the fruit fly, boll weevil, etc.,

Trustees of (he internal improve Captain F. Deano Duff general Annual Beautificat ion Convention. are in operation in all parts of the

of the Clewiston She has been chairman of the Legis
ment fund, who have charge of state) manager Company. I United States. ,
Refreshments will be served and lative Committee of the beautification \-
lands, made the leases. Every car in the fleet receItly delivered -

all members of the local P. T. A. forces for sometime and an active is a standard Chevrolet six,
Off and on from last September .
are requested to be present. figure in statewide movements with sedan delivery body, in which : -
the trustees have been asked for
I to enhance the beauty of Florida I equipment essential to a successful PH ONE '
such leases. At least one applica-
and in conservation of the state'snatural pursuit of the Government's war is ,:.'.
tion came from one of the foremost

petroleum concerns of the country.A .I I I THE EVERGLADESEDITOR'S I beauty spots. Jacksonvillewas I transported. As the cars left the

I chosen as the place for holdingthe I Flint. plant of the Chevrolet Motor
oor'iilnMon j'Tst mads by the
fall semi-annual convention, Company, they paraded through
were
board shows that 598,978 acres of) NOTE: This is the .
dates to be named later. the. streets of that city with the '.\ ,.
state land, dry and submerged, were fifth of a series of articles on the I .'
I Tho Fourteenth Semi-Annual Beau- national banner fluttering rom either ,
leased and that applications for 328- agricultural possibilities the Everglades -
_. I tification Conference held here Fri side of each car, as though mobilizing ::339 .
204 acres of dry and submerged land by Dr. E. R. Lloyd, chairman .
T day was well attended by organizations for the. "war" In which they were t!.
were in process of promulgation. I f'. of the committee of agriculturists I
and individuals interested iu soon to take part. j :' : ,
The trustees have made provisionsin who, at the request of the fed- :
the work. At noon the delegateswere Sle.cUonof! Chevbrolets for this I ..,
all o.0.;;eernents that the land may I eral government, made a thorough -
provided a seafood dinner and work ,was made by the Government :
,
be sold just the same- whenever laud j jpuit survey of the_ Everglades. The report I : : \, ::
later taken on an automobile ride'' because of their and > '
dependability : : I" .
:.ao.ug customers come along; j of Dr. Lloyd was made to I I II :,t.. "..: ....'" .: t..' ..-' : '
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about the city. economy of operation in transferring S
Colonel Mark Brooke. division ractivities : 1 .:
that en-
taxes on the land a great burden J: ,
I I I The general theme of the convention from one "battle sector" to I II .
to the trustees of late years, are gineer of the U. S. War depart- I .
I :was that there should be a definite another, It was_ explained. ., : .
to be paid, and that the state would I ment at New Orleans. "
i program prepared for this section :: '/;} f : .
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receive one-eighth of any loyalties I I I I State ) .
of the. Chamber of Cora-J ,

accruing from discovery of oil. Thud The materials'aro applied uniform merce. Such a program 'would be I Keen' Competition '. ..... ",;... .

the state has had everything to gain ly and rapidly by the use of a lime Seen For Woman's '
submitted to all organizations in the {
and nothing to lose by the leases. spreader. The applications are at the .L ; <
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state functioning in the civic field Club Lawn Prizes : ,;' ? ,
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rate of 50 of granular : r- :
One of the leases Involved 177,384 pounds! copper ,
I looking toward having all of them : : t
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sulphate, 12 pounds of "Ti
acres of state land, 150,000 of which : puvofized
support it.
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i Early indications are that there :
are In the Gulf of Mexico, extending zinc sulphate, 62 pounds of dry sand ,
In taking over the gavel Mrs.
will be sUffer in
competition the
an- ,
along the shore line from Poididobay to Insure even distribution.The I I "
Jennings suggested that one of the nual yard contest this year than in
on the Alabama-Florida: line, initial cost of the chemicalsis I I >> "
biggest things before the committee : ) ,
the
any of other two years in
down to the Apalachicola liver and $5.50 per acre, but o nthe basis of ,. .
is the conservation the natural
of
I' which it been held in ,
has Clewiston '
the remainedr in Hendry and Collier I an enduring effect of the metallic "U .
: growth of Florida, as well urging
as according to those who have studiedthe it'n
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counties. Recently the trustees salts toward / i
gave crop production for fivo constantly the replanting and resto- :- .

south Florida oil prospecting interests years, there Is incurred an acre- I improvements made in Clewis- .;,,.A. .' ,..-.. ,- .,
ration of the natural beauty of the ton lawns during the past year. :_": '::," ,r ,. : TheCewison.. ,.:.'.:' '
the right to bore into the gulf year cost for chemicals of only 11.02. state where Jt has been destroyed. '.. -:: ;, .' -
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I The contest to be held early next ..
of the lower coast, between Cape The returns are all out of proportionto -
Eleven counties answered the roll month, is sponsored by the beautifi- ...... ;
Romano and Cape Sable. Alwaysthe the cost and amply justify one's .,
call and made reports of constructive committee -. .
cation of the Clewis tonWoman's ;
trustees require tht lessees to conviction, in the great fertility of I :
in their beautification
progress club and has been an annual ,
begin drilling within certain time. the ; :
a saw-grass Everglades.The I D.I
,plans. A Committee headed by F. event or the past two :years.

_ ,[The leases, however, generally are Florida saw grass Everglades Bristley, President of the local Chamber With the organization of the Up-

spread out over a period of several have practical economic merits. I -
of Commerce, had charge of arrangements per Glades Flower and Garden cluba

years. These merits justify legislation for
for the covenUon.
keener interest is being taken in

Financial return to the state from early improved flood control of Lake Speakers on the program came from lawns and yards, and as prizes are

'the 598,978 acres of land leased be- Okeechobee and for prompt improvedland all sections of the State. The pro- to be awarded on the basis of improvement .

tween September and the middle of drainage. The present conditions gram was interesting and constructive shown 'J6I those interested 4. y

March will be $44,342.56, of which are sufficient to jeopardize permanent touching upon the leading phases believe that competition for the : N ews -

$13,077.97 has been paid in cash for I agriculture. of active beautification work in prize this year will be exceptionallykeen. .:;; \
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1930. Of the total amount, 39394.55 The completion of proposed system Florida.' 1::; "- .;,

is represented in annual -- -- \
:paymentsto for water control In the Evergladesis '
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be made' on 431,818 acres lying for the conservation rather than uy is located on the Hillsboro canal practically any crop that is adapted .... .. .. ...:...; ::. \ .
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within the Everglades drainage district for the reclamation of Everglades agriculture 15 miles south of Lake Okeechobeein to the climate can be successfullygrown ':-

and $4,948 on 93,960 acres :outside as evidenced by the follow- the interior of the Everglades on I on sawgrass soils. I.
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the district. ing: typical saw grass soil. The company "" (To be continued.) .< '

I' 1. The fact that four Industries are owns 70,000 acres of land and their -. ). {

already using vast acreages. special crop is peanuts. This year HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES .... "-' .:l f. j ,> : :..:' :" '-

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.
. RURAL COMMON SENSE I a. The sugarcane industry uses they have under cultivation 1,800 .. .' ;'.. .
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By Spuds Johnson 11,000 to 15,000 acres and an expan- acres of peanuts, besides truck CLEAR-CUT times SUGGESTIONSMany I \.,: .; ,... .:,.:"\ :':'.:' .J'::. ...:.: .:: :\: -
simple but clear-cut
sion to 30,000 acres by 1930 is ex crops. The average yield of peanutsand .
.
suggestions aro needed by the busy :; ,
SOME .LITTLE BUG pected.b. peanut hay on the Brown com

ALWAYS READY' TO I The housewife of today to help solve some
peanut industry now using, pany's Shawano plantation is 1,500 ,. .

RUIN OUR CROPS I 1,800 to 2,000 acres will be increased pounds or 125 bushels of nuts and of the many problems that confronther .

as rapidly as possible to 30.000 acres. I 3,000 pounds of hay, as aginst the from day to day d..<_ .<<"::'" / r' ':' '';: ;'. <.'.' ,

..__ "Some little bug' sbuond to git :ye II c. The truck industry involves I average yield in the United Statesof The following suggestion have been '.. ;'f' .. ":

some day," is the way a comic poem 11,000 acres and It is increasing an- 675 pounds of nuts and 1,200 tested by experienced housewives and :

I have heard but after all nually.d. found to be very helpful: ; ".) ,' .
runs, pounds of hay. Th epeanut hay .:."" \" \ .

there is probably more trut hthan The animal industry Includes grown in the Everglades contains avery I, '

comedy In it. I many solid 640 acre sections for both high percentage of protein.In When using lemons in a way that JOB

does not call for the rind, pare off
Bugs, bugs, bugs; little bugs and beef and dairy cattle. determining the cost and profitsof \
the yellow portion carefully, put it
big bugs; measley little bugs and 2. The fact that harbors exist at the peanut crop per acre the following -
through the meat chopper with the
weasly big bugs; it seems that there the adjacent Florida Atlantic seaboard basis 'of calculation was used
finest plate, and spread it out to dry.
i no ens dto bugs of all shapes, sizes and that some of the larger tractor, including gas, oil. repairs, PRINTING
I Then put it into a corked bottle, and
and descriptions. planters own warehouse sites at the etc., $1 per hour; tractor driver, in-
it frequently saves grating peel when
American farmers out millionsof harbors, to collect for ocean freighters Icuding board 52 cents per hour;
pay one Is In a hurry, or makes a pleas-
dollars each the tonnage brought down from common labor 42 cents per hour. The
fighting bugs
year ant flavoring when a fresh lemon is
and lose imllions doalfars the Everglades by barge lines navigating cost of land preparation, cultivation,
more o .
not at hand. .1-, .. '. _' .
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each year because bugs are not ef- in the Everglades -Canals. seed and seeding, soil treatmena with '

fectually controlled. Florida farmers 3. The fact that the Everglades special chemicals, harvesting, drying Use lemon peel, after the juice has : i' ':j ':t ? L: i i
lands are almost : :;: < i '
bear their proportionate share of entirely In private nuts and hay freight, etc., was been partly squeezed out, to rub ,. < ., ., : -; : ., ;;;n: .. .
ownership awaiting the "
-- this. opportunityto .$78.15 per acre. I .
,stains from silverware; also to remove .
use the areas for crop production. Yield of nuts, 1,500 pounds at 5 ; '
For almost every crop grown in fruit stains from your fingers. : ;:tL.
: ; : ? : 4. The fact that the physical d- cents per pound, $75; Yield of dried : .
the state there is pest in the formof .
a .
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.r.1f ,
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velopments of the large and :: :. ; ..t : :?. ,.t.A'. .. "
bugs. Some crops have a numberof companieshave ground hay, 3.000 pounds at $30 Two and 1.2 horse power kicker, '>: : ':.- ;.} : ""'_ .L ., _

been along sound lines as per ton, $45 or a total of $120. sell $35, apply I I. E. Johnson, Clew-
bug pests. We farmers: have tobe '
shown by the design and construction This gives a per acres profit of Iston Building Material Company.
constantly on the alert and have
of the buildings and the machinery $41.85.In 1T paid
our dust guns and spraying outfits
and agricultural equipment In order to cure the hay and nuts '- :a
ready for use, or some pest will
use. during the period of rains and retain -
have our crop runied before we 5. The fact that flood Now Playing y
problems for the hay an attractive green
know it. Our work of :planting and
while they have hindered, they have color, there has been provided by WINNIE LIGHTNER
APAGE
cultivating will be brought to noth- -
not prevented the use of the Ever- the Brown company, a specialized .

ing.I. glades by large operators. crop-curing machine for peanuts. JOE E. BROWN -.-rj: .:.. .'1,:: ;' ) .'

am no philosopher, but perhaps .
6. The fact that extensive indus- This machine turns out 15 tons of ..
these bugs help to make us better In: f t-:: :;yr:.r
:
trial and municipal construction Is hay and 500 bushels of nuts every
farmers. We keep In closer touch ...
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taking place in the Everglades, such 24 hours. The Brown company since ,; ': '.. .
with developments In the farming in- HOLD EVERYTHINGSongs : '
as sugar mills, corn warehouses, rail 1924 has successfully grown 32 dlf- .. .
,
when ,'
dustry we have something to
roads, dairy plants, and civic works. erent crops. These crops are peanuts ; .
spur us on. Sometimes these bugs with Pep
Farming on a large scale: Under cabbage, celery, peppers, squash, ok-
even help to Increase our standardsof
this head there will be mentioned a ra, spinach, peas, cauliflower, sugarcane Comedy That Clicks
living by preventing( an overpro
few of the more important companies mint, buckwheat, Chinese cabbage
duction of certain crops and causingan I ;Action with Punch.
engaged in agriculture In the onions braccoli
parsnips, potatoes .'
Increased price for them.
Everglades. Large scale farming Is carrots, tomatoes, beans, beets
And in the meantime the only -- --
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more economical than small scale lettuce, tobacco, corn, sorghum, ARCADE
thing we can do about the bugs Is
farming. The large companies have sunflowers, eggplant, dasheens, rye,

to keep on fighting: them. Eternal well trained men, the latest and best sweet potatoes, cotton and velvet f1 West Palm Beach

vigilance Is the prlco of success In machinery and they make a careful beans.

growing crops. Fortunately, there Is study of the best methods of treat- The above crops are mentioned to Home of Big Pictures

a control for nearly every serious ing and conserving the soil. prove that by the use of inexpensive Dial B372 Fagan Arcade

bus Pest of our crops and livestock.I I The -Brown Company-This compa-I chemicals and proper soil treatment

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