The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00229
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.1'K\: rS MERCHA'NTGROUP I Connell To Handle HEALTH RESORT POSSIBILITIES 'j Phcnes c Will BeInstalled

Automobile SalesSims -.. SoonWith FOR HOLIDAY
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Ij"t-; ; WANT OLE VVISTONi R. Connell, owner-manager' REFLECTED IN telephone service to, be inaugurated / -

, of the Connell Service station this here within the next,few
'Neighboring Communities
week was named afficials. ,sales representative -- PERIODICAL WRITTEN IN I S52 weeks by the Clewiston Telephone

i : AS HEADQUARTER1'rJ in the Clewiston territory ___ I ','' .company _those' planning to' have To Cooperate In

, ,I .:. for Oakland-Pontlac automobiles phones installed in their homes are Making Event a Memo-

1'rJ:<'..; _, it was _learned In advices'from Fumes From Boiling Process In Sugar House requested to.... file their application rable One Northern
'' ':' Palm Beach. with Wilber 11. Cole in charge of.'the ,
\ To Generally Acknowledged BeneficialStomach
': Presented The appointment was made by work as soon: as possible.A Glades.

At First Meeting- Of officials of Bob's 'Garage- Inc., !of and Chest Ailments petition 'which was circulated*

Board In West Palm West Palm ,Beach. I \ --- through! the community showed that With plans approved at an executive

Mr. Connell's appointment was there will. .be approximately 100 sub- meeting of the Clewlslon Better
Beach II The possibility that; the construction cage!} ,. it was observed that the laborers
Wednesday. accepted in local circles as indicative and scribsrs with. the beginning of the Businss Leeague, the stage ris set for
operation of suga1cane
engaged in the process, fattened,,
of the interest' of Palm Beachin grinding service, but, Mr. Cob a.,wed that the first celebraton to be held under
factories in this area, may and became more healthy during the '
4 I When members of the Fonda Flood Clewiston and the desire of the I bring fame to Clewiston as ,heaIlhre80l' cane! harvest. / those ..who :iisvc not cicjncu: i the petition the auspices of Clewiston merchantson
Control and drainage boards convene coast merchants t oshare in Ever I and 'are' anxious to get a !Monday when the community will
was seen in a clipping from apaper "The experience upward of three
I : liext "Wednesdal in Palm Beach at glades prosperity. Negotiations phone to get in touch with him at officially observe Labor Day
published in 1852 forwarded
and ,
i centuries In 'making sugar from cane '
the call of Governor Doyle, E. Carl- were completed at a conference between to I the'' Administration building. Weeks of preparation and cooperating -
\ Clewiston ]
I by Jules M. Bur- j on this continent, proves that the negroes -
:; ton, a committee from the I
Clcwiston Mr. Connel and the Oakand of neighboring communities have
guieres, .executive vice president of fatten'an
; become
remarkably I
f Better Business League will present a I Pontiac peope in West Palm Beach the" I .. resulted in what those sponsoring the c
: petition asking that the headquarters Southern Sugar. company. I!>I healthy during the rolling. season. to be the .big
on Wednesday. ACRES IN program expect one o
In De Bow's, Southern Western 10,000
and j The health and fattening properties I
,, / of the board be established at, Clew- I Review I gest days in the Everglades.
' for December 1852f the following of that season are not confined to the
iston. I The official observance of the day
&' -::: article was carried under the ; negro race, 'as some have erroneously 'TRUCK ESTIMATED
; This acticm (
was definitely decided REAL ESTATE HERE will start.immediately after lunch and
I I heading "The curative virtues of t.be I I'I 1 supposed. This is abundantly proven
,,,,.,,_: at a meeting of the officials of the ,the program will include a double
k ,Merchants 'I sugar house. for Bronchial; Dyspeptic; by the experiences of the sugar'grow'-
association Thursday header baseball between Clew-
FOR game
-.5 5 ; S; S '.. .night.' \ FOR ,AUGUST SHOWS and. consumptive complaints.":I II II ers in Mauritius, Bengal Java, the GLADESFARMS Iston and Belle Glade :and; Brown
"A residence in the house
I I sugar straits of Malacca, the PhUlipipe Is-
Selection in South Florida,, for the Farm, boxing bouts, tennis matches
during the rolling) season far surpasses lands, Australias'
tti ,,, headquarters of the board will be one TOTAL OF ; I many other I"' Please turn to page 5
. c'''; -'. (Please turn to page 2)) I $64,700 any other, know means of re- ; ces where negro labor, is not PIa-I Glade and Pah o kee ,.

l ., i;i. stoilng flesh, strength and health i! "1 eonard Wray, a sugar Sections To Have -

: I lost by chronic ailments of the chest : British India whose experience in the I

1IfmOTHER OF LOCAL { Eight Homes' Bought and throat or stomach The_ rolling 'seasonis I culture and manufacture of cane into Big AcreageThere NEW EQUIPMENT -

. Four new Residences the harvest when the _canes are cut sugar and the author of a 'standard '

: I Planned I the juice expressed and converted in- :. work published, in London in' 1S4S entitled will be approximately 10,000 : FOR CLEWISTON\
MAN in MonthReal
t KILLED IN to sugar. In Louisiana i It commences "The Practical. Sugar Planter" acres' in truck farming in the ,sugar

I.about the middle October and ends Iowlarea, from Moore Haven to Canal
: says "The fattening qualities"are
, ;\1\\: AUTOMOBILE CRASH estate ,'activity in Clewiston !I about Christmas;' but it is sometimes abundantly shown on every; sugar, estate -I Point this year, according to estimates : MILL INSTALLED I
I during the
past including
I made by men who are in Intimate
' [ protracted into January. Not long after ,
.. in the world. However as this,admits
: }f ; -- plans drawn for new homes and sale f thei. Venetians in 1471 discoveredthe touch with the agricultural, activities r
; residences# of no doubt 1 need not dwell on I
!',i;'. ,.'.\ Mrs- L. H. Altman 1 'Dies of. and lots amounted to' art of making sugar' from the (Please. turn to page 2)) in the northern Everglades. Addition Construction
$04,700 of

. \. ,';ilf', _' ,When Auto Skids ,the activity .conducted by,survey The Clew-' ,.---, .. ''',-. be Heaviest'in-the.-.Eelltf truck' farming fllade- andPahokeeareas acreage will: '1- Work: Is .PushedClewiston At

:-t: {<' On Wet Road, iston News this week revealed \ GLADES FARMERS GLADES SCHOOLSVILL according to' estimates made MIll't ..

The figure does not lake into consideration this week, which placed the total t
\\(91 .
. the many thousands of dollars I, farm acreage. to be cultivated this Continued progress in the construction
Mis. L. IN
: H. Altman mother of Ralph] INTERESTED \ .BELATE
Altman of the, Universal Markets was spent, during the month- in the OPENED area at approximately 9',000 acres. of the 2,500 ton addition to the x'

construction of the addition to, the The other 1,000 will he in-the;. Clewsi, Clewlston factory: of the Southern
instantly killed and others in the ,
, "*- Clewistou mill, nor does -it include CooMOVEMENTFarm SEPTEMBER ton-Moore "Haven section. I I.Sugar company was marked, this I II
) party were seriously injured when an .
. .' -. 'automobIle in whic hhtey wfi1'e'travel.! the $20,000 for the new research lab- :, Bea ns, egg plant) and peppers will I week hy the installation'of. new equip

( :*' I (Please turn: to page 2)) '- predominate>, it is believed? I ment and .in ,the continued erection '
j fug from Wauchula to Dawson,. Ga.,
<,'.Jslddded" V and' oveiturend on wet pave I I Meetings are HeldIn Mrs. Beardsley Again Please turn, to Page .5 of the steel (Ifor' the addition to the
. ',":,." ',-. .-;*".:' ment riear,Valdosta, l last week.' CANE CREW TRiM Belle ,Glade And Will Serve Here .' .5.11 boiling' house '- effect
:: .' .;f, :, ; The Clewiston :merchant was in- I Three bodies of the triple
- ';: I'.:.:l-',' x formed of his mother's death by wire' In P a ok ee, As Principal/ TENNIS FINALS evaporators are'. being located on the

.:i-i..i-. : .: ,.:;:"" here last 'week and I\e hurried to CANAL POINT IN new steel and I tubing 0 is being in.

r :I-/ > ':- Interest in a proposed cooperative All schools\ Florida's belt stalled.
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Wauchula sugar
, : vhere the funeral services I 'WILL BE
: marketing associations for northern, I Two crystallizers have been placedon
< r ., were held -last Saturday.; Interments 'FASTBALL.CAME In, the northern Everglades will be f ;

'!,.. .if., .'*' ', in the Wauchula. ) \cemetery .5 Everglades farmers' Is grofing steadily in operation by the last clay of. September the steel and as more steel is
I' ':' following two meetings held last HERE ON MONDAY erected eight more crystallizers will
,:;- '" ).;': : According to .details. of the accident it was learned this week '
.'f.. "tii"', :' week in Belle Glade and Pahokee: In Clewiston the grade(*and ,junior : be installed, bringing J the total to.
brought back to Clewiston by Mr. Battle In Doubt' Until
I) I : .; when-the advantages of the will .-- fourteen as installation of four has
i; )' ,J.;>, ; Altinan, the party motoring... to Daw- high school be officially opened
t t.:,'/":' .,"*>" i'.'" son, Ga., were traveling.... about .',5 Silsby .Get.!) -Only movement were', outlined to in- on Monday: September 30. Mrs.J.. E.. Matches Will Be, .Pa t already been' completed.

'.{!':tK-:; -:,.; miles an hour near Valdosta when the Run In; Ninth terested gioups of Everglades rest, I Beardsley will,again be principal 1 and Of Planned Labor I Three) condensers have been put in

}:!. :. <4-:,'.' 'car skidded on the wet pavement. Be-. dents. will be assisted. by a competent staff I i i place: and two big settling tanks of
:: "v In Belle Glade the plan met with I Day Program 'the Gllchrist clarifying apparatus
!f' .r. :' (Please turn to page 2)) Without question' the tightest game I of teachers. "
', ,. the Instant approval'' of a'group of will be installed In the future.
,, -_ ._ i : ever played in the Everglades was l Belle Glade residents faced with I near

>... \.-+, :: :; POSTAL TELEGRAPH I played I Sunday on the local' diamond |representative farmers and plans I the problem of Inadequate' school Unless rain drowns ,out the matches.I In .the'"boiler. house' construction of

:\;)< >.;'' ". '.'. OFFICIAL VISITOR when Guise a .long time jinx of the J were laid for the perfecting of' tre facilities have petitioned the Palm to be played in the quarter and semifinals Please turn, to Page 5

;: :,; ; ,': I Clewiston club and Silsby for the Organization, while in Pahokeo al- Beach county school board;; for relief. In the' local' tenni stournament II I 1PAHOKEE

," .'|-,. Interested in the development of J:home "team hooked up in a real pitch though no definite action was' taken', and a large delegation headed by Dr. I launched 'here two weeks 4 agofirials 1, ROADWORK

'r" ': '; Clewiston and attracted here by the ers battle. The Issue was not decidedtill the proposal was well received and it W. J. Buck, president of/ the, Belle]) will be played on :Monday as part of I IS AGAIN U.NDERVAY

8;";.>|: rolume of business, officials of the the home half of the ninth inning is believed by leading people of that Glade town council is planning to,i go the Clewiston Labor Day celebration --

, r,,(i". Postal Telegraph company spent a -when'Silsby. first to,bat in that frame (Please turn to page 2)) before the board with 0 the petition. it was announced yesterday by Herbert I, Road construction gangs were at

day in this community this week with :hit to ,the schoolhouse. for. three.bases I (Please, turn to page 6)BEAUTIFICATION) Blate in charge of the tournament work this week filling in the bad places -

'a view to acquiring space to open a and. scored the only run; of the con I on the road between Belle Glade

.'. branch office. test when Criuch's roller went thru P AH0 KE ASKS FOR Matches to be played this- week are and Pahokee. and altohugh, the repairing .

'=' The 'fact' that there are no store the infield. FREIGHT STATION IN Jeffries-Robbins;, Dick Miller-Bill is but temporary in character

buildings .For visitor Chalker; Herbert Blate-SamAVoodham I! it has improved the condition consi I i-
to rent precludes 'the possi,7 seven innings not" a CLEWISTON RAPID ;! I

:,:R.1f.. bility of their coming here immediately reached base, and an error put the I I I Pruitt-RIer. I derably.At .
; I i Civic Club Launches I During the week some fast a recent meeting of the state
; -\ but the Postal representative: said first_ one on In the eighth. Larrimore i past I Illl
;):',-" :' that he would have a thorough report opened the ninth with a roller .to 11 I Move For Shipping Tree ,Planting ProgramIs
>.';,: '.'.: to make'I on the possibilities of this short which went for a hit when Depot In Town Far .'Ahead OfPlannecl O. L. Jeffries played remarkable'I' consider theI Belle Glad -Pahol\ee:

;" section. Negotiations were also under Shoesmith slipped and fell folding they I' f WorkThis tennis when' he beat Emmet Shelly. road as an emergency measure and

: .; ... way by the same company for' the ball.. A sacrifice and a passed ball put j 6-0 and 6-2. Shelley was outclassed contracts are to be awarded for the
Members of the Pahokee Business '
entire which
:: opening of a branch office in Belle' the runner on third, but he was out I throughout ( rebuilding of the
'; Glade (Please turn to page 2)) Men's association recently organized: community which is followingan In the Chalker-Chenet match, Che- was badly damaged during the storm,
I' I 8 I will petition the Florida East Coastrailroad ambitious beautification program I I
t "' ''Please turn to Pago 5 \ of l last year. I.
to build 'a :new freight station I is far ahead of schedule It was announced 1

i[: ,- '' BIGG REMARKS PROGRESS HERE ON and provide ,the services of a freight I here yesterday by Charles A. I

agent for Pahokee it was decided 'atj I Jackson in charge of this work who SOUTHERN SUGAR ACTIVITY TOLD

a recent meeting of the association.At ; I said that an average of 100 trees

j ;: RETURN FROM VISIT TO CHICAGO present although the shipping have been set out every week this IN SOUTHERN RURALIST ARTICLE

I I depot Is within the town Pahokee although year while the schedule of the beautification -
''F r."t. the station is designated as program calls for the planting -

'""" ';-} The possibilities. of Clewiston to new sugar bowl for the nation are I I the Canal Point station.-. Is some of fifty trees a week. ,
j.f;': :" '. one returning from a few weeks business immediately evident to one returningafter. two 'and a half miles from the main "According to our program" said I An. interesting account of the activities soil so rich that ordinary ragweed
>. ;:. trip in the north look better a few weeks absence. I section of town and the members of Jackson "we should be setting out approximately of the Southern Sugar companyin grows 12 feet high, land so level that

l.: 4:;.. ever, according to M. W. Bigg of the, "The sugar cane has grown phenomenally the civic club are working 'to have a 50 trees every week buta the northern Everglades from a looking out over the fields Is like

t '. ., "'(< Southern Sugar company who this and wonderful, progress has Dew station established' check up"of our: activities' since the farmer's viewpoint was published in looking over the ocean,' drainage pro

,1 ,.. -.. week returned to Clewiston after I been, made in ,the construction of the I I i boy'scout' movement Is also being first ot the, year shows that we have the August 15 Issue of the Southern vided by means of 130 miles of can

.;) ::.,: spending a few weeks on business In groat mill additions I I sponsored by the club and it is believed f.been setting out on an 'evcrage of Rurallst. als and by pumps that discharge 180-

, ': ';'' the office of the Southern Sugar company Progress In the growth of Clewiston within the next few weeks the more than 100 trees per week.'* The story was written by H.V.. 000 gallons of water per minute, 40-

," >. r. In Chicago. was also noted by,'the sugar company Boy Scout movement .will be launched: | Australian pines have predominated Brown of Atlanta, Ga., who is a 000_ acres under cultivation and nota

} .' "Clewiston" said,,Mr. Bigg is. the official who said: I Although the club Is but a few although there were several'' hundred brother-in-law of Judge J. L Doggettof horse or mule to be seen anywhere

'V main topic of conversation in the "The growth of Clewiston Is one, of weeks old, It has already outlined nn palms and shrubs planted. "Work I Jacksonville : ,That's the kind of farming that is f
:' Chicago office and it makes one feel! the main topics of ,conversation in ambitious program of activity and is was recently completed on the plantIng I Mr. Brown's account of the Southern being done by the Southern Sugar

proud to b.e part of the community. the Chicago office and even duringour being felt as a' force for iro-vi in the of pines' Ion Bahama avenue from Sugar activity is as follows: company 'on the shores of Lake Okee-

i "The rapid strides, being madc-. in ( few weeks absence there have community. Howard Sharp:! of Canal,: Pacific'atie'et ,to the municipal airport I A farm so big that they take visitors chobee, way down in South' Florida.

the development of Clewiston Into a" ,., (Please turn. to page 2)) Point is president ty 1 ,of the organization. I .., .; .. '. ..',,' ... .,' up. In an, aeroplane to'.show' it off I (Pfcase, turn to' page 6): )

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I GLADES FARMERS j Dr. W. J. Buck, president ''of the BeIo! I :/ /
The Clewiston News more than ha ever did. She wanted house, as soon as the rolling season
,. INTERESTED IN !: Glade town council and a leader in II I the On ,, her *
same. telling me neigh-
.' \ to The Clewiston Progress r \ commenced, and remain In it. He did
: .j. Successor '
1 MOVEMENT the movement to establish .
CQ-OP t a cooperative |I l oi's name I remembered the case so, and came out,of It weighing more

'}". -' ., If marketing association for, the of a gentleman, very much reduced in than he ever did. I lately advised a
February 3, 1928, at \thev post"JicJc( ( from page 1)) farmers of the northern Glades. I '
secoud-clabs walter
Entered as : Continued I .1 flesh, having pain in the chest, sore distinguished jurist from New ork to j

at Clewiston. Fla., und'er the act of March 3, 1879. J 1 i' W. C. Bill Hooker Clewiston farm throat and bad cough, preceded by try the same remedy, as soon as the

/ .' I community that definite action, will : operator ,said that before the first hemorrhage from the lungs, 'whom I approaching rolling season commenc.
LOUIS 1\10RGAN\ ......'................,...........,:..1.:1.uu...'...... Publisher I be taken at a second meeting to beheld week In September he will have completed had advised to take to the sugar- eSt
in the near future. | the planting of ,SO acres of

TOM\ SMITH .....,.......,..............................".........'.........','.......,......:r..... Editor The Belle Glade meeting which' beans, In addition to twenty acres of I| J
1 was held in the Legion home was the beans< which he is farmin with Ed '"

SUbSCl'lpHou.Rates. result of weeks of effort by Dr. W. J.I. Drinkwater formerly of West Palm

Buck and Jim O. Darden who have J .Beach. Tom Geiger Is putting in ten tii--'jr': ; If

By mail outside of Florida' .' By ma1 in Florida been working to bring the farmers together 'acres< and John 1Iowror the, Seminole ,

Oie $2.5u One year 52.00 In a cooperative association I farms will have more than 100 ,
year 1
Six months 1.50 Six months LOO, eliminate the evils' of selling Glades. I acres in truck ,crop within the' next

Three months 1.25 'Three months ..75I vegetables on a consignment basis.S | fewueeks. -

f W. Hyatt of the state marketing i .'
bureau, and Count] Agent Mounts I '
spoke at the Bile. Glade meeting on HEALTH RESORT POS-
Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation., I '
Thursday night and at the Pahokee
and r ,
the highways for local transportation
2. Early completion of :
meeting Friday night.
on I
concentration of products. )> (Continued from 'page 1)) c. \ I
I The tenor of their talks in both J' f
and I i \ .
revision of freight rates on vegetables II
downward -
8. A substantial communities was that the biggest. obstacle ;! 1 :1.1
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other products of this region to the northern .markets. standing in the way' of the it I ( .

,l functioning of cooperative marketing: association for I oIL is however, only at ?'
1. The fi* a' Everglades fadmer Is lack of coopera out seasonof I'

both buying and selling purposes. tion. i I II the year, the roll:ns- season, whe.--: KUTII CHATTERTON WILLIAM PQWELL -

', ;'" i the operatives on s" ?ar estates are CLIVE BItOOK.. MARY. NOLAN .. ;. M

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1929 I observed to beconf fat and healthy. d paramount ,' ..
-= REAL ESTATEERE 1 This has been attributed to their eating

LABOR DAY II I o SHOWS $64,700 sugars and drinking cane juice and The Four. Sinners In Charming Sinners + .
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'- symp. Inquiry into the matergthded( Playing Thursday Friday and Saturday al the Stanley Theatre West Palm

.Continued from page 1 Beach '
I '" I by the inductive philosophy to aid I
In 1882 the Knights o[ Labor paraded In New York City, and. when two : I the mind, in search fo;' truth, will ,
oratory of the Southern Sugar com-
make the first"Monday .. prove that it Is not the season of the i iI
parade was held it was decided to | i Pan I
years later another nor the vast amount Invested
.I'year I
: or' the sugar connuned, which I- MIZELL.
in September a day to honor labor or "Labor Day.' durng the. ,month in the construction: I fattens the operatives, but something I .

This is about all that is known of how the day started. It is significant, of. camps Sugar for company laborers in of the the adjoining > Southern \of I The within laborers";the ,walls who of are the not suar-housa.employedin TfcJ' ..ffV ti'fc West Palm 0

however that the idea grew to such an extent that In 1909 and since, "La territory. With the mill excludedbut the sugar-house, I have found from 'BeachGraduate

bor. Day"' has been observed by official sanction in ev.el'Y State.and Territoryof the other work taken into consi careful Inquiry, do not get fat, and .
I deration the, total for the month
are as 'liable to disease as those on ,
the United states as a legal or public holiday.Strictly YyM Nurse
r would run to 'almost 200000.; i .,
estates where no sugar is made. All I r
"labor"' refers to kind of useful work. In
speaking the term any the survey conducted only new the laborers
on a "near estate are

More properly it has been used, in connection with the. occupations of those buildings and and sale of residencesin divided into two p3:: "tiJnf.-one to labor Phone 8121

I 1 Clewiston was taken into consideration in the field and unplv the mill '
who toil in industry known as the "working classes ---
I and yet the total is higher than wilth cane; the other to manufacture ---- --

The day will be celebrated in a thousand different ways. Comparatively j 1 the1 building permits for the month the juice, after it arrives' in the. bollJ The last word "
r in of the in lire. -
many larger cities of '
few people will actually participate in parades or programs, but those who I i'The field hands are engaged in cutting 'P.
state. down the cane and hauling it to yN
do will serve the purpose of calling to the attention 'of the rest the ideals It" :Among the new homes where construction II : I .y
the mill. They have th3
I I cam stalks,. 7iiJrfs
and aspirations of tIle workers. But Labor Day has still other uses. MUlionswIll : was started or plans for'f abounding in juice, to ,eat at will, !Mia r 'r 41c i! r y r i r rru:
which were completed during' the Ii
p merely] "take. a day off" which is in itself, worth while. By some fortune month are the residences of W. '. I!.which those in the housa have' not. II i. : t n, r.a Lr.. Lr
TMarfield i IAs to the 'sugar and the condensed I I
of judgement Labor Day. was set aside" on Monday the, day al holidays 3y''! ] W. C. Hanson, Dr B A. syrup, neither class of laborers can II 4/
I !(
should be set. When the enormous economis loss of splitting, up a week Bourne and A. ,W. Smith. i, { I get, access to it, exceptby permissionet

for a secular-holiday is fully realized, there will be a. sensible move eitherto I' During the month arrangements I those in the ,sugar-house fatten", ![ ,\
made 'Barney
through P. MoranI j I while those _in the field do not. All i i! WTH

a abolish a few superfluous so-called "holidas," or place them .on Mondays I j 1 for .the purchase of eight Clewisfon improve more or less when.they interchange ''FISK' All :, .

I homes and a significant is that
where they belong. Nevertheless, the, customs of the people are difficult to ; the homes places and each division takes Cords on your car,youcan d.: ., k. i
were purchased by old
its turn in the sugar--house. :
Where the
change aid perhaps few, would wish to change Indeed, if holidays (excepting -I I Clewiston residents who';are in closetouch time is equally divided the laborers 'I, forget your I tires. h 4 '

those of religious significance) were observed on Mondays they would I with the development, of the who remain longest in the house are But you won't" forget' r

not be superfluous j I I community. New home owners added I the fattest.,, The whites as well as i theexcessmileagetheyi !
j to the l
I long list in CleWistond the black, who occupy!: the .sugar-
Besides the actual ceremonies on Labor Day, there is another vital and i L A. Morgan, Jr., Earl MerchantCarl I house, during the rolling, season, fat !i deliver, if you want > t f ,

necessary factor in making possible the proper observance. and ,_that is the Berner, L. H. Crow, A, L. CrowA. i Iten and keep healthy. The overseers the most tire service
Toulis, N. C. Storey and Paul'1 and ... I
press. If the press did not year in and\ :year out publish news stories and Dear ( sugar-makers are generally white for your money. ii1li; ,
.. I I I
men, and share equally with the negroes ; 4

editorials about Labor Day, we fear there are many. many of othewise: well. | Despite this activity in home building !I in the benefits derived from occupying !
and buying there -'' IK 11W
meaning citizens who would forget what It is all about. There are so many. is still an acutehouse the manufactury. White men ", > J "J' P'l \ t

shortage in the community}. I who are engaged in other vocationson : ';
attractions, especially for the seeker of fun and amusement on, holidays, whicli' threatens .. ;. '
to become
even more ; <
plantation, the W\\
I although syrup ." :.; ..;< I
that the newspaper. acts as.a stabilizing force' in preserving the real meanings I adut' with the continued expansion and cane juice are always at their ,> ;0.1.1I ".
of the day. The same. applies to other holidays, the particularly. to I of the Southern Sugar company pro command, are not observed to fatten. I .........\".oJ. -,
gram }in the- northern Everglades. i
I .. Not long since, a Creole, French < \.j Y.
Labor Day, which appeals, to a special., tins all-important. class of our .: I: ,, :. : : ,(
woman, from La Fourche Interior, '.' .' .,,, .
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citizenry. 10.000. ACRES FOR I whom I have never heard of, came to '. .,>;..::-. r, :
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Like most other things, we get out of Labor Day what wo put' into it. If ,GLADES FARMSContinued the city. to consult me. She was very "''",,,

lean in -lesh. She said that last ..;'.

it has any real purpose, it is to pay due respect to those laborers, both \. ( from Page 1) year I had given one of her neighbors .'. ...
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skilled and unskilled, both organized and unorganized, who by their dev !?,. who was a mere skeleton;! a '. E
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.:. George C. McLarty, postmaster in prescription, which had not only fattened I :. .
tion and honest toil make the world's wheels move. .. the \'.'
r' town of Pahokee is authority for him, but had made him weigh I .
r < ; the statement. that there will be approximately I :
: .).,:\ ; I 4,000 acres under cultivation I I FOR SALE .. '',;::: .

.. ... ,..... in Uhat section this year. /, :,,r.; _4 1 ,
Fordson Tractors at all prices. Extension -
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\ : amount will not be Rims, Wheels, Parts. Chance .
.I \ put in at 'once" said Mr. McLarty to get Tractor right price. Junking I 1
"but it JS estimated I r 1 1I
In the old days we used to talk. about our first ride"in an 'automobile. Who that approximately several tractors for parts. Some of

can l'enielllber.when. twenty-five miles an hot rvas" considered. "scorch- 4,000 acres will be under. cultivation these. Tr.actor.s" are. good. running I I F.I st Susrarland
in the Pahokee district at the Tractors. See me I Highway Clewistcn.

ing?"* Now. the greatest experience' of the thrill species is. 'ope's first ride... peak of the coming ,season.'' "Water. The-Tractor Man" x Fl'J

in an airplane The majoriay of course have yet to look forward with anti With prospects of an unusually Avon Park, Fla. I : '; :;, :
.*. heavy ;year leading men of Pahokee 1T-8-30-29: \ .
cipatlon. Thousands perhaps millions of people delcare they will, never step 'will petition the Florida East Coast I ," :,' > r .
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. foot in one. A good many thousands\ will keep that vow ,to the lette, just, as railroad to build a freight depot in the THE "FAIR" AWNING' / ,. .. tP r ; ':" j....

center. of town to eliminate the present ; : '.:.( ':
a few have kept out. ,of automobiles and even out of ,railroad cars/ The"percentage r SHOPPE "
the 'Canal Point I
A' .
of stay-at( >homes will be large as the air travel that is now becomingmore station which is some two and a half Quality Remembered Long After :
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less I miles from the business( district of Price Is ForgottenNo' :,:'n. : :1'.
or :: common increases in popular interest. Eislvlike:: we swim. Apelike I \ ,: _. \ '
Pahokee.In '..' Lakeview
10 Lakeview Arcade,
we climb. Animal like, wo walk' and run' But bird like I we are slow 'to I the Belle Glade area there will I Avenue ;a 1II' tJ1

fly. I .. ':'- .' ). be about 5,000 acres in truck Phone =2-0229
\ I farms'l
according estimates made West Palm Beach Florida i
One of the -
interesting, topics of parlor conversation of
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this great experience" of flying. Occasionally] one. person is present who'has. t 1 tr

"been up" at least once. "He is marveled, at He usually] knows of someone I .- Make The )1 OAK- -
who "goes to work' in a plane: every ilay, and at this fact the others are I '
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astonished and amazed. Then i' POINXSETTI.A HOTEL
someone quotes from memory some figures
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ou the.comparative. safety of air travel I' 0 Sff
as(Compared with ground travel, and
\V HENEVER the, ternsolid ice. Buy your Ice
everybody feels easy again Parachutes then Your Home While In West Palm Beach
come into ,the conversation, i perature of your from the wagon or truck ,

the Imaginary leaping from. which causes more ,mental thrill_ 'thand ridingin "// Pleases Us To Please You"r refrigerator rises above with the Orange Oval ,

the plane itself. 50 Fahrenheit a reacErnbIern.. .
ti. EARLE R CRESSWELL, Manager\ .
tion in. The
A great Indoor sport i is comtemplatlve aviation. It proves, however, that sets vegetables -
i COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY begin to lose their
the world is getting air-minded. and all because the world is getting air j erispness butter and Q pO IE R

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talkative.. \ f* ...".'. . . . . ... . .. . .. . ... . ..-..-.........,'..-'- I milk their sweetness, meats L 1'
Those. who have not taken this their flavor and bacteriadevelopn1ent
great new thrill of riding in an airplane t P.l.71'iM.EMt

have missed a. great deal, and are advised to' seek. out a;safe plane 'and a ;f-----UNITED LINES-TRANSFER CO.! II| sets in. Here CMPA N Y ,

i is the line. Let
danger our
careful pilot and join the "I've been l' .
up" club. :
,' \ j .' ',:' .'. ;:; 809 S. Poinsettia St. ;f. Ice Ice
man keep refrigerator -
.. : 1Vest; Palm Beach '. Phone 20763 your -
1 \ 4 4X below the danger
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LIsted high among the best talks we've heard on Clewiston was that made pure, ,
::: Daily Freight delivery to Canal Point Paholcee, Belle Glade South :Ijl!:
by Captain Duff at the Junior chamber of commerce meeting in West Palm .
: Bay and Clewiston. I!.

Beach last week. And from It we learned that Interesting facts presented ina :f :%

simple forceful.' .way, are- far more' attractive. than'sporadic bursts of dram .!_ *. Connection: with Miami Line .', ',' :'s.: j iCEJ! )
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houses. And since the .
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I. ... La Belle I\ews.- r ORANGE TERRACE' 'S' 666, I S

.. Attractive lent meals, liome.1 blocks-lRce from rooms,business excel- is a Prescription for T.T

section. 62 Orange St., Asheville,
and made a display ith an old. auto l N. C.
Prosecuting attorney Guy M. Stray is the most speedy remedy known.
which resembled
jack a gun.
hojn was in La Belle Thursday on le .. I '
I gal business I
Mr and Mrs. Keorge W. Pettee ;A HOTEL. riSSELDOM LIKE HOME

and George Loveland Pettee, motoredto
Mr. Miller, Sr., has just returned Tampa Sunday where' they spent o \
from a trip to Live. Oak where he Monday
Sunday and Monday returning
J owns considerable: property. afternoon. \ Announcing the opening of ITS DIFFERENT AT THE
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B NEW GARAGE TO OrEN Judge W. N. Hendreson and daughter -: ; DENTAL OFFICES : I WATANABE _

1. Mr. Miller and son, City; Tax Collector : Miss Mary Henderson left for .' .. .'
R N. Miller are planning on ,

opening -a new garage where. they I son Tampa expects Sundahere to undergo Miss an operation Hender : In, The. Hopkins Block Of ,, Here you. will find the most'pleas. .J'
1 will do repair( work and sell Chevrolet { I "
automobiles and parts in their Tuesday. ing_ atmosphere coupled with meals

I building on Bridge Street. 0 DR. JOHN ANDERSON ;\:
I II I Judge Carl Bekenmeyer returned l just as you 'enjoyed in your home.

Friday night will be visitors night I from the north yesterday: after spend- .:.> DentistClewiston :, '
at the Baptist singing class, at Felda : ing several months there. We are glad -!: A few rooms are nq\v' available for A.

conducted Professor Buntingand I to see_ Judge Bekemeyer back and I Florida J JCLEWISTON '
being "
I it is expected a large crowd will' hope he will make a long stay here .;:' ;.- guest who intend to make Clewiston
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Mrs R. J. Moon, Mrs. James New-
James L. Taylor, Hendry' County'sTax I
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Collector motored to Clewiston comb, Mrs. Grover Hill and family I Ii i '.
motored to Brooksville Friday where
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coroner's jury investigating the ,
death of Winton Cnrry returned a ver- R. Burke is opening a new filling I The Watanabe HotelMRS. '

dict yesterday: of death by accident station in North La Belle,. on the location .. '

thereby clearing Lee Whidden of all formerly operated by Mr. Fig-I... I I .1. : .
connection with his I pen We hope Mr. Burke has all '
)suspicion lro'ning.Se'eral. large rocks were I I success possible in his now enter- PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE I .'. .: CLAUDE. DO'WNS' Manager.' .,,,. f fI

found in the canal and his death was prise., S 5' f : '
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caused by hitting one of these. "' .. .. .
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Justice of the peace George W.'( Sam Sauncok returned Saturday I TUBERCULAR TESTED _. :.. ( !"' .. I. to
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Howard conducted the inquest with Clewis'ton i where he has been S ., I" .'. .'". .
the following members of the coro. employed. .' I
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ner's jury: ,
Poole, Ray,HuH. Charlie Cochran, J. G.. Attanasic motored to Fort 'I ''.. ,

Tom Poole: and) Mark Luckey. I flyers Monday on-business..- CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY _>l...-- ---... _."__ -- .

Tax Assesor Hurd L Reeves and I Miss Edith Howard, Mr Howard u.. I"==ZZ.U'
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and Mrs.rall Curry motored to Arcadia S S [
Tax Collector James L. were
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motorists to Fort Myers Friday. Sunday where Mis. Curry is \ "IN. AMERICA'S NE.sUGAR BOWL" .
staying while her daughter Mildred is .

Messis.. E. M. Cornette and Carl E. in the hospital after an operation for u .

Ilojer left Thursday for the north appendic lgs. I i 11 r rWe I ,
where they will make a short visit I '
Mrs Frank Magill has returned : f '
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Mr. Cornette will in Greenville .
stop : ,
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Mr. Royer will motor to Warren Ohio i t :} On Lake Okeechobee ..

where Mis.Royer is spending the ':\': : I are proud of the fact that we ave ;\ { .
Preparations are being made for :
summer. two condemnation' suits of "\ j :: lt .l
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V ':way for road tweetYfive. and it is : : ,' ,,,::&.,'-" : ''h... ."... :.. .. '
Mrs. J W.' Christie was a guest of I expected these will be finished by ; helped to make Clewiston a .thriving city.,< '..: Clewiston/1.. ... .(', :,;;'.,'_, ." ; ..-..:. '... FloridaOPEN I'
Mr. and Mrs. G.W.. Pettee and "l -i' .i'*,.I\.>. ji.?,_.._._ .. ,..>,'. t. ,
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George! .Loveland Pettee, motoring to J '' .: ,', ':... s tat ..... : .
Fort Myers Thursday. .. I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dugherty are i? We arejpioneers in the Barber Business' ; ; ALL YEAR

leaving"* this week for Philadelphiawhere ,, I".,:,- \ I 'II
they will.stay. for an'. indefinite : I' ,
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The La Belle high school will 'open .
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2 and the giammer school. Monday .F. ,Watts Hall. Frank Boris and 1 .t '. ;4 .-I IT. e A YS_>" ,,.' ,." 1.' ,' :,. ,: ... .- ---- --
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Reverend Padgett the new Felda'rincipal truck laud. ,\, ) .' ''ffo., patronize our shop. ", _: r .-.'''', ', (,.'.. 't. : ,. ..
visited the Felda school t

Friday. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Baldwin of Fort FORGING AHEAD ) .

Denaud attended the Methodist ''! CLEWISTOR'S: PIONEER I BARBER SHOP j ; ; : ;' S :

The following pupils are preparing church service at La Belle Sunday. S ..t ,,:
.to attend the University of Florida or 1I .
the Florida'State College for Women: '

Selden Stew ert, Allan Cook Houston .YOUR ". \". .
:Stewart, David Cook, 1tissessIar- EYES .. : )' '.=". .- '. ....: :..' -. ',.t ..... ;' "" A 2,500 TON A DAY MILL ADDITION

'garet Pfluge and Irma Magill. Clewiston,.j;.: ''.'> *:+ v,:.' Florida J JCLEWISTON

They are your most vama h "< ,'/, / w p" .. i. < i BEING BUILT; NEW HOMES OF PERMANENT -

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between Olga and! Alva met 1
three rough looking men in an old I Optometrists OpticiansWest i\1\ I 1 1!11I ; WIDE WELL PAVED ROAQS

Ford car. They fired two shots and Palm Beach, Fla. ;::1 I 1 ll
'used rough language while mr.ldng'' !I 1', 1U LEADING IN FROM THE COAST AND
Dr Buck's office Belle Glade Mon 1
kind of command. !li
days, Lake View Hospital Clewiston ,
The would-be bandits were fright '- 1 THOUSANDS OF ADDITIONAL ACRES
Tuesdays. i LAUNDRY in new
ened away when the Fettees stopped 1
i home on El Paso Avenue after ;

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J iBy The Have You Heard YOUNG LINGUISTt bn this clever picture which will fea-'1 smile all-around, even with the defeated -
) i ture the Stanley theatre program, .' husbands. Clive Brook has a

I ,starting Thursday Sept. 5f for 3 days. I rare role and h& handes it in delightful

--J Because of plans for Labor Day tel'for Yellow Springs, 0., where she The story of "Charming _Sinners" (.. fashion. For once he steps out
social activities In Clewiston during will enter Antioch College for a B. I I II' has to do with a new tretment for .of the tragically serious character 'into

the past week were comparativelylight. {'S. Degree. Miss Matteson is well I philandering husbands. Ruth Chatterton a part which gives free play to all

A record attendance is expected I known in
atthe various events during the day. for her talent as',a poetess. remedy In a smart way that leaves a I'which he is capable.

next Monday and virtually the entire
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town is planning to turn out for the Mrs. J. N. White accompanied by

Labor Day Dance to be held at the I her brother Jack. West left this week MRS. B. A. BOURNE GRADUATE IN MUSIC AT SYR-

Clewiston Inn in the evening. Columbus. 1Irs.Vh1te will spenda ACUSE UNIVERSITY
few weeks in Georgia and Mr. White, t ..
will return with her to Clewiston. I ,BE OF PUPILS IN VIOLIN, PIANO AND CHORAL A/17-


., dinner party given at the Clewiston I I >Ir. and Mrs. A. V. Heald are the ::''' ac' sI 7 '; LESSON HOURS MAY BE MADE BY CALLING AT HER
Saturday night. .His in-
Inn guests
cluded Mrs.Hermnn'. Apple and Miss I proud parents of a} baby gir which ar I :. HOME ON CRESCENT DRIVE OR BY WRITING TUITION -
rived on Wednesday Mother and baby $2 PER HOUR.
Frances Lee Cockburn of Tampa S. l
are doing fine.G. I
C. Ramsay and Mr. and Mrs. TomS

Smith. I.t Rackstraw. underwent an operation I tar ii) !l..Il..Il..I! !l..I! !1.!!!!l..Il..I! !lll..I! !l..Il..Il..I1.1l..I! !! !!l..Illl1-,
I .c J i1iTi iTiTi iTiTi I iTiTi I I iTiTi I il'M Ti TiTi iTili ilQTi iTiTi iTiTi JJ i1iTi iTiTi iiTi.
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Thursday at the sanitarium
: s : I : :
Captain F. Deane Duff spent several' I of Dr. J. C Nowling. His condition is .
excellent it was said. r ....,..... '; aC
days this week in Tallahasee on busi t ; ; >. ... ,
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ness. : : f '
L.A.. Morga jr., and Sims R. Connell t'1. .

E' Sanders L. :Morgan was announced. ,j spent Wednesday in West Palm I; : 4o ANNOUNCEMENTPalm

,t as.w Jmer in the Hudson suit club i I.Beach on business.- I p.4: : . :*:
last Saturday night at Hudson's the
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Clothier. E W. McCully local real estate man 1 = = '

J -- was business. visitor'' in West Palm !! Beach iylerc.antile Co. is now delivering -_

v_ T. Watson of the New York produce Beach. :; 1m to all points in the State of Florida, ,

I commission firm of Robert T. I > : retail merchandise purchased from the : :
Cochran spent several days in Clew 3 '( >
I ton on business.Mr. I I TENNIS. FINALS BEPLAYED 1Furniture, House Furnishings Rug and
, : \ MONDAY r. I i I Drapery, Sporting Goods and the Gift

t8 and Mis.Malcolm. W. Biggs returned ,.t: I DeI
''g .to Clewiston this week after (Continued from page 1)) -; jtj Rartments.jtj -

. spending a few' weeks in Chicago It I
net took the first set 63. In Ui.e second 4 aq' oy
where Mr Bigg was called on bus These deliveries are made'b Freight Express = \
rallied y :
I he weakened and Chalker: ;
i j iness. I with victory for the latter with a s I. Parcel Post or Truck at the optionof ; :
I G.V. Hudson few days'' last !< score of 6-4. I' ., I the ;E I I
t .' spent a i -1a = company.
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play-off was to have bee /
.week: in Sebiing on business. I ifi '
I the following day, but Chenf tffor[ -. !!
John L. Mowiy, manager of SemiI I feited the game'because of. JfMp'inability <. .S 4 ... m! ,Frequent deliveries by our own trucks "-
f. I
.r nole Farms' left, tfiis week on a few j jwe Ii to be piescnt. I f.i: I yr & Z h w \ k g r are made to near by town e ?!
i .eks' tour to St Louis;" Chicago and In tow fast sets Joe defeated -'.r

! New ork.Rctuining with h}'m will: be Charles A. Jackso with .score'l ; talk English J h-n AlbertSmith l .\ = = !
/ '' other two year old kiddies i ; are learning to 0 : : All'orders for of m
I "'" Mrs.Mowiy.. They will make their of 6.2 and 6-3. Robbin? Al >,ed a cautious out town shipments are :
:I'6hc.aiid. son of Mr.and. Mrs. A. W. Smith of Arcade avenue, finds his greatest
I( f' permanent home in. Clewiston. I game thro1."i ,;: l.-' Jackson trouble in whether to talk in English or Spanish. John Albert was born on : = r given prompt and careful attention. |]: !

y --- was off form._ ? June 12, 1927, in Porto Rico and came to Clewiston when his father acceptedthe I !
"r Mrs.B.. A. Bourne this week announced -I Herbert Blat ; }defeated Jimmy. 1m
.r v post of office manager for the Southern Sugar company. A cordial invitation is extended visit |
giving '
her Intentio of lessons Shoesmith;:Jtfej{ tfUie t going to three ( -- I !Ii I

r i in'piano, violin and voice culture I sets. BlateWok': he. first with a 62. our store. t_ I
at her home on Crescent drive. l' score; ShoesmTh: staged a comeback |, In Hendiy countl and Palm Beach I Erring Husband Is iti* ? I
.1. L-_ ,county for high school students and t tI
., : in the second. snd beat Blate 10-S and i Outwitted B WomanSauce
I I an eight months term for pupils in y
J C. Hooker ,of Palm-
/ 1'lrs.1IahaIie Blate retinnfd in, the third beating ]

-z dgle: mother of W.C... "Bill' Hooker>, Shoesmith f4.CLADFS I the grade I schools. for the gander ,is sauce for I PALM 1 BEACH MERCANTILE CO. I I

ef Clewiston celebrated her sixty- i :
I. the goose' acid "Chaiming Sinners, .
seventh birthday at her home last -
SCHOOLS I r \V. Somerset Maugham's clever dramaof : ESTABLISHED 1894 : I
Sunday when members of her family : I BIGG REMARKS ONPROGRESS I
domestic rearrangement, which : :
were present from Olewiston. Lake- I
; !! Paramount has made into all-talk-
; an
port, and West Palm Beach. Among )'.B.IfR" I' WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA : :
Clewiston members of the family:t "k; tl i Continued_ from page 1)) (Continued from page 1)) ing picture, proves, that a woman has D_ _. /r..
I % _* I often the best of the argument in a
were Mr. and Mrs. Hooker and Mr/ .0 \
and Mrs. Ed Dnnkwater.: /tie Pahokee school and the Belle been many changes. I j battle of wits with her husband. Ruth .
) -.school will September Chatterton, Clive Brook, William Pow : I
----.J .GJ.i open,.on "Contracts for several new homes ,
Mr Dudey of' the Truman Fertilized.' 'jm' al1P3. large registration is expected I have been awarded other fine homes ell and Mary Nolan carry the IP ,I !l.l.l!!!! UI!!i!lllJ.l!!! 'IF-I'.I.1!! !! .!.lll.l!!ll! !l.lll1.l.l.l! !! !! .
P J* j j'UtFolh r.fiTi 1 iTiT n rut IYI/IIr iTiTi IGIIII.,.iiiTi i1ii1i iTiTi 11 TiT I i1iiT liTi 1101111 iTi iTi I i iTiTi TiTi Til IIILlllllllll I uT TilTiiii It

(g : company of Jacksonville was a .guesg, communities while at Canall i''are planned and beautification work J. _..... --_ -.-. ..--.ar ",. "" _. I
at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Poma W' 'a new negro school will be carried on is quite noticeable. New]I I : --.. ,..."..,.
.::1' I I'opened
I.... S. ilarvel! on Crescent drive.,. y' this year. I trees have been set out, and work I

I' ,. .' ,: ;"i .'< Clewiston with the opening of the : startted\ on beautifying. Royal Pal i I

,;. Mrs. R Y.. Patterson ail 1{ fall term of school will find itself avenue on the parkway: plan. This j i I
,-. '(- have returned I' to their home I ..1" better than ever equipped along edu- alone ,will be .a big asset for the Civic I WE AR'ESORRY
I cation'lines] result of the activity "
\..' chive after a few mont ;fl as a Center section. .
' :
.: :.;?;r,..,:'". .. Pensaeola /l./ ." t of the Parent-Teachers associationIn Mr. and Mis. Bigg met several for-

,. _'\' .- __ '. --I', ; .' I an effort to have the local school mer Clewistonites in Chicago, among to disappoint friends and customers who have been looking
' many
> .: Miss Lain Mattesou placed upon the state accieditted them Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Becker

,'::..:,.,- of the Good gim.enurse list, members of the Farent-Teachers and Mr. and Mrs.E. C. Cole togther forward to our sale, but condit ions ever- which we have no control -I

:;.. West'Palm Beach is :: association throug a series of card with a number of Chicagoans who '
':, r made it necessary that we,postpons >it; one v/eek. The sale will ,start .
S \ d&ys in Clewiston, with rents I I parties and entertainments have have visited here 'All of them he said I
'.' .,>. Mr. and Mrs E. MaSfifpu" She I! brough the school library. up to the are vitally! intrested in Clewiston's Friday Morning, September 6at9 A. M. When you take advantage
1.- will return in a weekti.t1)n\ Jralm'':: icquired standard. growth, and many them are planning of the, rare value that we will offer, your patience will certainly be rewarded. -
I '
Beacli.. and r will leave shortly."' : _thereaf-. j There will be a nine months term to Visit Clewiston this winter ,
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Endicott Johnson Scouts
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PtE"six ,; "' ( :\ ',, ; ;" CGEWISI'GN 'N WSCLEWJSTO A -1v 1 I FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1929

CANE CREW TRIM I also scheduled.Free Van Dine Murder I comprising- a total of abrmt. fifteen i I Malcolm I W. Bigg, to me well known seal at Clewlaton, Fla ibis 20th) day.
lemonade will be sedved dur ((15) miles of line it is intended ult- i and'known to m to be the indlvid.ua of July, A. D. 1929.
CAfiAL POIN1 Story Playing In mately to extend the lines into the : described In and who excuted the Fraces M. Small
ing the double"header at the school City of Moore Haven, in Glades Coun- foregoing instrument, and who acknowledged Notary Public.

(Continued from Page 1)) house grounds. West Palm Beach ty\ andto town of Canal Point, In i I before me that he exe- My Commission expires 1-14-30.
I ; has been left undone to 4 Palm Beach County, with lines of an : cuted the same freely and voluntarily State of Florida
ultimate length not to exceed one : for' the puproses therein evpressed : County of Hendry. 1,
at the plate on Gilbert's, attempted make the ntfair a success and with William Powell who played the role hundred* fifty ((150)) miles, and that WITNESS my hand ind official r F., Deane Duff, Malcolm W. Bigs
caught assurances of cooperation from the of Philo Vance in tithe Canary Mur- it (Is not intended to extend the lines seal at Clewiston, Fla., this 20th day and R. -Patterson. being each duly
squeeze, and the latter was I through or into any other counties except of July, A. D. 1929. I severally, sworn on their respectiveoaths
on that old chestnut, the hidden ball people of neibhborinb communities a, der -'Cas, will again be seen and Hendry, Glades and Palm Beach Fraces M. Small severally say that they are a.
only chance Can larpe attendance is expected. heard as this intensely fascinating Counties. Notary Public.! majority of the subscribers to the
That the
trick. was
Cecil V. Parkinson, president of the jcriminologist in Paramount's all talkIng S Tire names and residences of the I My Commission expires 1-11-30. I proposed charter of Clewiston Telephone -
al Point had, Sflsb's.work. being well I I subscribers: and the amount of stock Stnte of Florida. Company; ,that "it is intendedIn
night perfect and accorded nearly perfect Clewiston Beter Business League \ dramatization of S. S.Van. Dine's subscribed for by each, which is not I County of HendryI ( good faith to construct maintain
: I which is sponsorinp tho celebrationsaid "The Greene Murder Case." comingto less than ten per cent of the capital i. hereby certify that on this day I and operate tho telegraph line mentioned -
support stock authorized, are as follows: personally appeared before me, an In the proposed charter.
Cothern singed in the fourth, the : the Kettler Theatre in West Palm B. G. Dahlberg, Chicago, III., 96 officer duly authorized to administer II F Deane Duff
hit made to the last inning "The fact that Clewiston merchantsare Beach for four days starting Satur- shares. oaths and take acknowledgments, II. :\ralcflmV; Bigg
only up
off first and dun down sponsoring the Labor Day pro' 'day: August' :31. I E. C. Cole, Chicago, Ill., 1 share.F ; Y Patterson, to me well known and I R, Y; Patterson '
but was cauQh :known to me to be the individual described Sworn to and subscribed before me
White walked, in the fifth but was ', grnm is offerd with the intention of In many ways "The Greene Hurler_ sharp"Deane Duff, Clewiston( ,. Fla., 1 I in and who excuted the fore- this., 20 day, of July, A. D. 1929.

stranded. Reier walked and stole sec encouraging Clewistbn people tc 'Case1', Is consilered the most effectiveof :i.JaicolmV. Bigg Clewiston, Fla,, going instrument, and who acknowledged Frances M. Small .
before me that he excuted the Notary Public, State of Flirida. A.
ond in the eighth, with two out, but : spend holidays at home and incidentally 't the Van Dine series. Its action has 1 share same freeely and voluntarily for the at Large.
Fla. 1 ,
R. Y Patterson Clewiston
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Beardsley fanned in the pinch. Silsby to keep Clewiston reason to expect greater sweep, its situations c possess share f purposes therein expressed official' 1930 My Commission: expires Jan.f.14,.

first up in the ninth, hit his long driveto the. affair to be a huge success" the unusual twist, and its solution is State of Illinois,. I WITNESS my hand and
staitlfiig it is logical As a matter County of Cook.i, I
give the home club their first real ,as as ,
I I hereby certify that on this day \
scoring opportunity. With Crouch at : of fact, few murder mystery sto personally appeared before me, ''an 1- ..

bat an argument started ove a called NEW EQUIPMENT FOR ries' of'.;'mo'dfcirn* times. ',?: completely officer duly authorized to administer B. eo
oaths and take acknowledgments
third ball, which the visitors contended MILL INSTALLED grasped Ui9t P.) I t'giq'atfon astrtjklmny : ,G. Dahlberg, to me well known and !
should have been a third strike., (, ,- thi's'a mt jlf, hMJ1.J: as. -' *1 been! ?!-,1:() pwn to me to l l2.the Individual dfc- -
slow, made Int e W and hlchlra a- 'scribed in and who executed the, fore- 0 y -
Crouch hit the next one for a : iF : ;
} : ) t' goiUR i instrument, and who acknowledged ..
roller, and the Canal Point ]club (Continued from Page 1) matic talking 'liirt) tJJ1| ) yz' ,( befoie'ine) that he executed the
waked off the field.' Reler's fielding : I William Powell orf ri'ses'. fs. i idea1A'.? i 'audfences{ :_pnrvb1tft'1IHb. rn..expressed' I
was spectacular, and he was ably as cast as Philo Vanceas .\,, lti'1'1'lE' S\k.1 v;.hand and official
sisted by Jim Crouch and Silsby. brick work for the ovens is nearing; i knowlio saw him in this role in seal atlCIiicaKajjllft: this 23th'day of !
I completion and the boilers been July, A. D, 192-q.",'' :" .
Grantham, a, new catcher ade a fine have "The Canary Murder C'a e. Suave, S3I .t'lCif- $' J{:
impression, during the 'five> innings subjected to a hydrostatic test. which : debonair; with just a touch of good :' '79tartPublic. i

he worked. consists of' filling them with water 'humor, Powell is always believableand MvState r Commiss oia errI p 2010. l
and to check any of Illinois; :' / ,
adding A
The lineup: 'I pressure convincing. It is a..role played County of Cook ,

Canal Point ab' r h po a e possible leaks.According with intelligence and understanding; I hereby certify that .oji np; ,{day |

Gilbert, ss, ......:......... 4 0 0 2 2 0 I to mill officials everything one of the best Powell has yet givenon officer personally duly appeared authorized beforojfrwj to adn nistor'' ,anj 1"I':, 0)./)

Sims, cf, .................:.. 3' 0 0 1 00 is moving steadily forward to-I the audible screen. !, oaths and take acknowledgment's-: t ,
'\ : .1.: 0 0 0 3 0' ward the. completion of the 4,000 tona Cole, to me well known and k'rownc:-
Hawk 55. ...,...... .. ... 3 Ie
mill when Clewiston will boastof me to be the individual desairiiedin :
Carr, Ifj ........;.:....,.l:;.. 3 0 0'0 0 0 day and who executed the foregoing "xistrument r
"rootell; 1b, ..:.....:..L 3 '0 0 9 1 0 the largest single unit sugar cane LEGAL NOTICE I| and who acknowledged' before i iI

Kirk, c, ...:.....:.....::...:.. 3 ,0 0 12 0 Q factory in the continental United NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY I 1 freely me and that voluntarily he executed for the the; same ptrr- H' I

Guise, p.: :: 3 0 0 0 5 0 States vSOUTHERN FOR LETTERS PATENTTo l)0os therein expressed. I.,..1' ,_ .' p. '*.... f ).rrq'
Lan JnlOre, 31)3. 0 1 0 1 0 WITNESS my hand, and official: ,!: ,
seal at Chicago,.IL! this 29 th dar jC .
Thomas, rf, '.......:..:.......2 0 0 00 .0' f ,I t whom it may concern: July. A. D 1929. .' '
PI t.se take notice that tire under- I' :.
M. Erickson
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signed subscribers intend to apply to Notary Public: I
Total .- ,27: 0 121 12 0 ACTIVITY TOLD the Honorable Doyle E. Carlton, Governor -, Commission expires 7-22-30 .
State of Florida at the'
of the ,
Clewis'ton ab l' h 1)0 a e I State of Florida. .
; I capital, Tallahassee, Florida. for Letters I )
Cothern, cf, ............,:.:'2. 0 1 '9 0 0 (Continued from page 1)) I patent on a proposed charter County of HendryI
this day
i hereby certify' that on I
Crouchl\1., cr, ",:,,",.;,: ,:. 2 ,q ,1 ::0 0 for Clewiston Telephone Company personally appeared _bgf'ire me, an officer *' I : ",
\ 31 of A 1) 1929!), I 1tlJ
the day Aunnt.
Shoesmith, 5S, .:....:.. 3'\ 0 0 2 1 O.' Their one crop is sugar cane, and. which said date is not less than: five duly authorized acknowledgments to administer'loaths F.. 9OLFLE;::: ;: ;

Chanter, If, .......:...:,0 0' 2 0" 0 if they have their way about it. none : ((5)) days after the said proposed char: Deane and Duff take, to me well known, and \\1j" i. .. \

Balter, rf: ........ .::...:.; :3} 0 0 '0 0 0 jf us will have to go without sugar ter shall havQ, been published and: known to me to be" tIre individual described '. '. i T IRESTO CIE'S answer to thoSe motor- \

Grantham, c, ......;.:.r. 2 0, 0 2 0.0 M our morning coffee from now on. I that(the original a copy of of the which proposed is now charter on file I in aner_who- executed; acknowllgoing the fore-- .' :_ :. ,;'('. J. fists\\ho have demanded an outstanding r .
and who tire
instrument, medium-priced tire-a to give
Alston, c, .,........:..;...., '.1 0 0 2 1 0 They already have two sugar factories In the office of the Secretary of_ before 'me that he executed the I ri ,
edged service
continuous at an cxtrcnjelv
White, 3b, ......:.. ..... -1 0 0 1 1 0 in which they can 'grind 2,100ons ; State CHARTER) is as OF follows CLEWISTON: TELEPHONE I' same freely: and bolnhtarily for' the I L .I.-.r.,.:.., i low you price.; /" ,

Bolton, 2h, .;...,.,:,,... 1 O' 0 0 1 0 ; of cane a day, and are building : COMPANY purposes" therein expressed.VITNESS hand and official j![f Compare it with any other tire in the .

neier, lb .........,_.,;:;;; 2. 0 0 17 4 0 a third factory which will grind 2,500 Know all men by these presents! I seal\ at Clewiston.my Fla., this 20th day +' same price field and you'll find it the.. '

Crouch J., 2b, ...;...._ ..r. 2 0 0 ,10 4 0 ons daily. Their plans provide for That themselves the undersigned( for the purpose have associated of becoming !! of, July, A.Fraces D. 1929.M- Small I', i leader well.in performance-and' appearance. ,...

Beards, ey, 3b, ....'.....;... 1 ,00 0 1 1 ulditonal grinding capacity up to incorporated for the transaction / <\ Notary Public. : I J as, \Ve'.havc; your sizes in stock; rune in

Silsby p,, .;.....:..."..:..... 3 1 1 1': 5 0 50.000 tons per day, and they expect Telephone of the business Company of, a pursuant Telegraphad to I I I My Commission expires 11430.: I l I arid.examineCLEWISTpN th IlL, ,

-..--'I. -, -. hat eventually they will produce 450- the pvositioiis of Chapter II and Sl1h-t'j I:I State County of of Florida.Hendry ,4\ ,-_...., ." ,iti....r .. ,
Total V 2G 1 3 27 17 1 00 tons of sugar per year Chapter VII of Title III of Fourth l T hereby certify that on this day Ipersonally i ii I: ..., ...," ':, :r;. .' ';:'
: vision of Compiled General _
None out when run scored. I have seen fairly: big farming i appeared before me.an. : 'r '
winning some .
Florida ((1927)) amended, and do |
as administerand '
to ;
duly authorized
By innings:' operations, but those folks down certify as follows: II oaf officer take acknowledgments, ; MOTOR D.X .
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Canal Point 000 000 000-0 here raising sugar cane are boring CLEWISTON 1. The name TELEPHONE of the corporation COMPANY is- -, - - -- -- _, _ _ _ _ =." .tJ.:
Clewiston 000 000 001=1 with the biggest ,auger I have ever and its place of business shall beat .A. 'XX X XXX X X-XXCXXX )(.. Xx: XXX { X :< )... :.. .... Jt
Three base-hit, Silsby; stolen base, run across in the way of farming.'i Cewiston] Henchy County'. State / ,,.". \, ."1&1'.' .
I of FJorjda. :.,wv,,$.. X 'J
'Reier; sacrifice, Thomas; struck out I They havo 125,000 acres of what is ,I 2. The general I nature'.of the busi- X 'X rLAI &

by Guise 11, ,by Silsby 4; base o.n'-' robably the richest land In the ness to be transacted is to be as

balls, off Guise 2; passed ball, Alston vorld.- I.The soil Is eight or ten feet\, follows: X E 0 .E E G',hI E ( .. XX
To acquire, manufacture, buy, sell /
Umpires, LaRue and Pyle. j deep, as black as coal, contains prac-| and generally* deal in telegraph and LAf/lL[ ADAD II

ically no sand, grit, or clay: and is*.'! telephone ,instruments, machines' and, X '. XX
apparaus; o consruc erec, build ope .
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WANT CLEWISTON ,inderlaid with solid rock.'Five years )Ia rate, and maintain telegraph and . : II I X'I

.. ... go the_ entire area was a saw-grass : telephone pole lines, conduit or cable X X .
AS HEADQUARTERS : and stations for
lines, and exchanges
wanmp, and few people' who lookedj
1 the transmission and reception of .
at it thought that it would ever.raise I l messages' by electricity, wire or wireless ,
-' (Continued from Page 1)) i j *\ instruments to receive and
I nything except alligators and moc-i I
transmit by signal or other .
before i casino snakes. But this crowd of folks device and messages by any and 'all other elc- I Fl
of the first to be -
objects brought
rent in ,there with steam shovels and trical devices and contrivances from, t
the board members at the meet dredges, threw up a dike around ..1000 ,-! upon, and by wire or wireless instruments -'
lug next Wednesday together with I and any :and all similar, kindred .
appoll1tmel1't acres of_ it, dug canals and ditches, and like instruments and devicesto f t >, r _- ,
the of executive secictary -
an and pumped the water out. transmit and receive messarges for ,
or business manager to handle !, hire over, upon, and by wire and ..: '.
Now they have got, as they say, wireless systems of telegraphing and )( A :< :
the fiscal affairs the_ ;
of district. j water' control" ovre this immense telephoning by- any a 11'1 all svstems X 0 v .

This prediction was made by Cap ract.I That that if find 'I and devices for transmitting and receiving .. '
means they I
tain 1<'. Deane DuCf.Clewistou memberof messarces. To 'I buy, build or X \%:?' :(
he top of their land ffit-\ 1:14 ..
getting too dry cause to be built, onerate and .1' ,.
the flood control board at a talk hey can let in water enought to bring tain stations for the main-I .

last week, to business men of Paho- reception of telegraplr and ,V-.. .'t.
:""the.l level up to the right point. On messages by wire nr wireless systems t.' ''
kee. '" .'
he other :hand, if they have too much under franchise or otherwise, and to I :
Officials of Jhe Cie'wiston Better I I rain, they put their big pumps into carry; ; on ,HIP business of transmittingand 'C i :'tj .
Business the opinion I receiving message from such <>
League expressed
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I i action, and throw the ,surplus water I stations To acquire by purchase, I t r i
this week that members of the 3
: lease, license otherwise and to r'i
iver their dike to find its way into or
Governor's board will recognize the I I II i hold lairds, proiyitv. and buildincs i

logic of establishing the board head-I scean.:he Gulf Ami of Mexico they're or more the anxious Atantic i i necesSary the business or useful of telegraph in the condlct and tele of I is !

'quarters at decision. and the committee ibout the land getting too cItY than I I phone companies:: under" wire: and I Where Sugar KiJI"1 w +N
planning to attend the meeting wireless system. and in connection'therewith )(
:than they are about too much water, to manufacture and / ,
will be equipped with logical arguments con.\\ :
because if it dries out too much and struct machinery, instruments X X
aimed to point out the ad- ratus. wires nnd and all other '
visability of establishing board head happens to catch fire> it will ,burn! terials and articles any used with or per- X There's a new monarch. in the mestic F : i. Y ,X

I Being composed almost entirely of taining to, telegraph and' telephone [ X United States. His dominion lies in sought and found a new region i i mf&iis X. '.
quarters and telephonebusiness.
lines and the telegraph | / 'n
I vegetable matter, it will burn like a X' the southern of Florida and sUited the'sr' "
1 \ part country ideally to ; I rotten log, and so they have one01'1 And the said corporation shall have: 'J fs* ,
X covers i6oooo acres or approximately -in fact a descnbealjj, X
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region Trnanyexperts 1(
doesn't J and exercise all other powers .
OF LOCAL | ry that the ordinary farmer possess. ;
and be subject, to all llmtations and I X 250 s miles. The King's as one of the chqicest J F.on X
MAN KILLED, have;, his farm may wash away, but contained in the tjfner'T square t 'j
he doesn't have to worry about its Acts under which it is incorporated( X name is Sugar. earth for this purpose. ;-1'1"' j*' X i'

(Continued from page 1)) I burning up.They' keep a couple of I authorized'3. The ''amount-and the of number capital and stock, par \I X ., He did not inherit his kingdom, Today!theSu arlanddistrictt e" >5 1:. '.

.. ,. aeroplanes in readiness during the value of the shares into wn'r's '* '4 j I'' X nor did he conquer it by force. with activity. A great systenVfof X ;
fore it could be righted it overturned': dry season, and if a suspicious smoke | divided shall be one thousand ((1000)value. I X Ther 's a power behind the throne- levees and drainage canals isjm' :ypLeration. &.1 X
shares, without nominal or par
three times, Mrs, Altman being killed shows up on the horizon, a pilot !I I and at no time shall a corporation X the vision and energy of a group of Fleets of tractors are'workX.

Instantly i I I makes a quick trip to the spot to see (I have outstanding more than this num- X men 'who saw the tremendous Fossting day and night in the cultivatonand X

Mr. Altman's father, L. K. Altman' what's burning, and if a fire has ber of shares. '
which the corporation X for industrial and
4. The term for bility development in planting more more.a ae- X ;
is also badly hurt, suffering from internal started on the land, they're after i it 1 Is to exist is to be perpetual I, +
Injuries and Miss Mary Yel-I I. as fast as a city fire department.And 5. The business, of the Company Is I X what was, formerly! desolate tract of age. Roads and towns and railrdailhave \ X y+
i to be conducted by a President and X almost uninhabitable All this '
land. been
'" ,vington also Wauchula suffered Just to show that they coulddo Vice President and General Manager swamp to scrve.t: e_ X 4

two broken ribs. something besides raise cane, these 'I I and a Secretary and Treasurer and I X These men had not only the vision interests of American sugar. 1\t j,; X

Tlieauchula residents were accompanying people have built a town that would (I! moetincj they shall which,be elected Is to be at- held the annual during i X but the experience and capital with The interesting rY of thctDahX: !;

t' -.... .. Mr. and Mrs.Frank. Alt- show up well almost anywhere. Nicely 'I the month of January In eich:! year, X which i to effect the huge transfor- berg Sugar Cane Industries i is: told X !

"nian and their two chldren on a visit laid out streets, concrete sidewalks.1 and are to the conduct names of the th business? officers, until who X oration in a few short years. in an illustrated booklet, sent*uEqn.{: X

to their Georgia home. city water-works, electric lights, two, those Elected at the first election X They wanted to increase our do- request. 'i j; L', X
good hotels, a bank, a nice church shall be qualified, are: -4'11 : .

FULL PROGRAM. l I a modern eight-room: schoolhouse andplenty I President Vice President, B G.and Dahlberg General; Manager. I X X"DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES:: ', X t".
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FOR MONDAY : ot stores and shops, to say F. Deane Duff;
nothing of a weekly newspaper. and SecTotary and Treasurer 'Malcolm X 1.\ ..t.tX j
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/ (Continued from page 1) a moving picture theater. i 6. The highest; amount of indebte- X I Fx ... .. t.::' X
But the farming end of the enterprise ness or liability to which the corporation ,.:., :. X '

golf tournament, thletlc events and a was what interested me especially $..coooo.an can. any time subject- Itself is )c THE SOUTH COAST COMPANY THE SOUTHERN* SUCARyCOMPANY v, : X 1 \\l

dance. I Anybody with any farming 7.A. statement of the place from X A/ills and Plantations in Louisiana f/I1 and Plant at font in Florida jqjR ,, )(
A band from the Shawano planta- blood in him ,would be interested The and to which) the line Is to be constructed ....}',.
'' and maintained and operatedIts X ". "-. .-4 'l ..1 X
tion of Brown's Peanut farm will play best piece of bottom land you ever be, and the 'f,:'',
length I as near as may t"
during the afternoon and music for saw would look poor beside the soil name of each county In the State X ) ..y. ...' )( .

the dance to be held at the ClewistonInn these folks havfe; got, and I more than throueh: or Into which it is made, or X .. ..1', ., X'
Intended tQ be made is as follows: .. "
Monday night will be furnishedby half-believed the man who was show- Immediate operation will be confined .' X Executive Offices: 919 North Michigan Avenue Chicago ?- X
: around when he cautioned me the townslto of Clewiston
the Shawano Serenaders. Ing me \ to X >"* K fc* "JT"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Boxing bouts will also be a feature, 1 t I against standing too long in anyone and adjacent plantations mill of and Southern sugar: mill Sugar, sugar -? xx (

ot tho program and a negro ball gameis place. Company, In Hendry County Florida k t'--\.

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