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: February 17, 1928
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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System ID: UF00028415:00149
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Where Industry and Agriculture -: "T' _. '/ /"i".lo-.4'-1'- -'.Center' -of America's; Newf

.; '1: f: meet. / I he Clewl.s' u."n- N.ew.S Sugar Bowl

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.it'" : "VOLUME 2-NO. S CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, Friday February 17, 192S j PRICE
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' ,4/Stage/ Set For Sirmans Murder' Trial: $26,000 IN SHARES'BOUGHT BY LOCAL,'






.The[ Clewiston Woman's ;Present Market Trend FEATURE BOUTS Judge :Whitehurst Need; For Full-Time Building and Loan shares totalling

,' Club Will Make Will Result In Big Postpones Spring Man Is DiscussedBy $26,000 were bought Wednesday nightat

r NEXT MONDAY the annual meeting the Clewis.:
Cash Award Price On' ClewistonShipment. Opening of- Court Residents
h ton Home Building association follow.

4 ; r'.The Clewiston Women's". Club will Five Star Matches To / Keen interest is being' shown in ing interesting talks by E. C. Cole,

offer a prize for .the most 'attractive Olewiston's first carload of early Be Topped With Great Crowds Force the coming examinations on February president, H. F. Woodward, secretary,

lawn and grounds' in Clewiston it wasdecided potatoes markets roiled over' north the \v Atlantic-\rd to Chicago CoastLine Battle Royal Judge to Move 29 for postmaster of LaBelle and H.. J. Burt of Wheaton Ill, and G. B. _..' ,

'; at the meeting of the 'Club 'this week, It was announced Court although only three applicants have Heard formerly. Indianapolis!.' ;.JI>" !..''. 1'' ,.'," .

t held 'Friday afternoon at the today by Charles A. ,Jackson, supervisor Three fast preliminaries, a semi announced their intention of taking The drive for the sale -jf:Chafe's"wasstinted ; '" ,

't'',, iston Inn. The ,suggestion clew.1 of farm development: in this final, the main bout and a battle roy. (Special ,to ,Clewiston News) the examin..1.tion.sthe possible when H. F. Woodward ar. I "

, 'women of Clewiston sponsor 'a, section. Thy shipment will bring ap al with eIght' huskies will be offered Mooic' Haven, Feb. 17.-'After almost nounced that the goal of theorgani

jJ'! : '* nt for more flowers, trees,and att proximately $1,991. The sale was Hendry county fight fans when\ the four days of questioning more change .in the local post office department zation to have a monthly income of

'L, \dive gardens made by Miss Julia made through Commissioner, W. C., arc light is turned on over the ring than' 200 venlrenien in the selection is creating considerable $1,000 at the end of the first year

{' ,'Landers: was enthusiastic' received Hooker., in the Columbia theatre in LaBelle, of a jury j for the.trial of Dr., S. J. comment from the residents of the would fall short by $83 per month .

by the club and Jun'e 4, sat as the next Monday night. Sirmans, Jacksonvilje :physician four unless the shares sold'before:
The potatoes ,will reach the Chi community. The, term is for were .
; ; for the awarding of a prize of offered by the with the murder of Albert
':, date .. cago market late this week and will These fight. 'shows charged the meeting adjourned. '
;: $5.00 ,from'' the club treasury by: a LaBelle American' Legion, Post rank 'Douglas, IS year old Fort Denaud years. With the '
be among the earliest potato shipments movement started pur.
'l-); ".group of disinterested judges.( from the state with the best cards in South Florida youth last fall, a panel of ,twelve The three who have announced chasi orders were shouted front various --

The early part of the meeting was 'Definite and are attracting visitors from as men, was accepted, and the stage set their intention of, taking the axami- '. '
figures on> the 585 hushed corners of the room and at
'> ,given over to'..a business session pre of Clewiston potatoes is not yet far east as Clewiston and on the for the trial to get under way here nations are Carl E. Royer, R. V. the end of the meeting President Cole .:; "

1 sided over by the President ,.Mrs. C. A known although local agricultural: experts west to Fort Myers. today. Hedges and F. Watts Hall. announced that, the goaha'd:, been .,;.:.,
Jackson. The question of changing S with prelim LaBelle, : -
The show will open a Hundreds of residents of .-
agree that it will not be less Mr. Royer is owner of the Royer passed by a margin of, 60 $100 ./
the name of Lake :Mable to Port Everglades than inary when Jack Johnson 183 poundsand Fort 1\ )"ers and Moore Haven crowd, ". '
$3.25 par bushel! and probably !shares .
f; aroused considerable discus. much more. Harry Wills 385 square off. rd the small court: room and over drug stores in LaBelle and, Moore
; "We have good reason, to 'be proudof
oJ t' sion btrt irtoa laid aside for definite The second of the preliminarieswill flowed into the adjoining tret Haven and Is one e! the older citi '" .
: ,: For the past week, it was ex.plalned our Building and Loan ,.associa.
:, icUon until ihe Cleiriston Club is r feature 'Leland Crews a fast and space in the old court room .
., of LaD lle.
the, potato market has been zens tlon" was President Cole's commenton
r. '. \ called upon for an expression' in the J moving youngster of 140 pounds and was at a premium when Circuit
'., \ steadily rising and potatoes are He i& also commander of the JA the success. of the meeting. "I \
J matter. Edward Curry who weighs in at Judge George W. Whitehurst order- I ..
called quoted now at from $3.25.to. $!1.50 Belle Post ,of the American Legion 'do not' think: there:is, any other Building .
The attention of the Club was -
135. ed the court moved across the streetto
.1, to the fact that Miss Julia Lan per bushel. Preceding the 'semi-finals Thomas the' old basket\ ball 'courts. I ''and one of the community's most: and Loan company ,in the country ,
Experts agree that the price w'lll that can boast so successful"first a
'. ;/ :rers was unable to take up teaching M. .Lee, Williams will meet Curtis Mercer ., Indications that the trial will be aggressive boosters. '
go still higher until the Hastings'crop as we have done here in,
of :parlimentary law at the Club meetings comes in in the middle of April and some peppy action is expect. one; (the: bitterest legal tilts in the Mr. Hedges is' owner of 'Hedge's. Clewiston." .

}: as suggested, at the ",previous ed when these tWo 115 rounders face hiscoiy <>C either' Glades or Hendry + : "
when the market will again ga> down.:' corner,, and is a large property hold H._ Woodward, .secretary of'-the-, ,
of the club and Miss :Martha
meeting each other in th.2 squared circle. county was:' ;shown in the crossfire : .
;The potatoes shipped this week in the county.Mr. association attributed..t1i success of"'
ITUlliamson was appointed a committee er "-
Clyde Testoue will clash with Ezra of questions directed at the venire- .
f : .' of one to procure a' book, on were the Red BUss variety Mr.\ Hull in the semi-final and those who ,men"and the crowd expecting fast Hall .is the present incumbent the first year's business largely to ., --,

!.' ) Jackson said, and all were of elegant 'the fact that there are virtually no
:.his subject and administer .. r Know: these boys say that fans are action from the, first day, settled and has been postmaster since: the
'; '<* 'doses" of parllmentary law at' each quality. expenses borne by the organization,
', II due for.a real treat in the match. down to careless 'iliowsincss' as the establishing of the office in .'La
1' post
o."" t1\ly..,,,,'ePtlug" *., ,- .,1.-.-, :. .!-'...J I ,. .Large. ,_ .potato. shipments," .' -. ,'_from the es.louewith: ; 144 pound.? 'has ra four. : opposing',attorneys-'ran through, the -J:' '- $ J _* .as,no-.salaries, --. -are paid' to, 'the. --officers-: .....;- '
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}! rs.Jesee'iiDpey:; ? ima'::urged by thePresident : Hastings's section' in the middle" ot pound advantage' over Hull. 'list' of'questions, to the veniremen. Belle.. :,:, ', ,: and. 'no office rent charged. : '=-,-

:'' to call 'on all. tb- ladies' of April :will l cause the'prices to slump- In the main, bout L. M. Jennings, '''When almost every citizen of the The ,cause of the liberal discussion Opening the meeting E. C. Col

',. "r Clewiston, and laT te them.'to attend 'considerably' it was said and the well known throughout the state as county ,qualified to serve as a juror, of the possible change; of postmas. told briefly of the history of the

't I. the- next meeting. high, prices for the first shipment an agressive fighter will swap blows was called and ejected, Guy' M. ters is brought on by the statementof building and loan plan explainingthat

""- > Mrs. Dare Alston was informed thatqhe are a result of the scarcity of early with Roy Dean who also! has a high Strayhorn staie's: attorney asked for the man: on the street that the it is not a new idea but had its

j \ had been ,appointed as a phllan. shipments.The powered reputation to maintain. a change of venue on the grounds start in this country some 15 years
early spring crop of Clewiston community has ,grown to the extent
'with ,
tliropic committee one to join Eight willing huskies will close that the crime for which Dr. Siimms '-

'organizations of this city In any work potatoes which: will far outnumberIn the show with a battle loyal and' ,, : is being tried was committedin that the posmaster should give his ago.He stressed as significant! the' fact

F. that might, require, assistance of the quantity the shipment Made this entire time to] the post office du. building and loan organizations '-
the contenders wee picked with Glades county, the free discussionof : that failure of ,
week, will, be shipped cl early in April l,
'tWoman's.' ..Club. care to insure the patrons a go of the murder for the past' several ties is practically unknown ?
i'i ', 'Mrs, ',, ''C.: A Jackson called on Mrs. .Mr. Jackson said' and will still not real action. (Continued on page S; Applications may be procured by except in rare cases where there has :.

J ''. ''" ,:Wilber, .....,.P. Cole for a report on" the be affected by} the Hastings: spring writing to ,the U. S. Post Office department been dishonesty in the management.In .

:.: question. of standardization of prices ,crop as the Clewiston vegetables will ; where the examinationswill connection with the local organization

;. paid by the womon of Clewiston for I'reach the northern market. several FEW DAYS VISIT HERE be held'' will be announced In the :president said, it' Is

labor and Mrs. Cole stated that she I I'Ii i weeks in advance of the Hastings the Clewiston News at a later date.. one of the healthiest building and

tiad been unable: to secure much information -I shipments. loan infants in the state and explained .

'Ii : due to the difference ,in The possibility of transferring the MAKES NEW BOOSTERComing L. O. Gravely that it had weathered the) bumps

j "',the ,.clones: : :and kinis of labor. On fame of the Hastings section as a of the first ,year successfully! and that

,potato country to ClewIston was dis_ I Candidate For interest in' the local organization, Is 0: .
& motion :of Mrs. E. C. Cole this mat
here with a skeptical out. I was still wondering how it had been -.
!i', ter'; was: ,Jumped., ,) cussed by local agriculturist and look ohm anything Floridan but determined .I toward LegislatureAnnouncement just, beginning, to be felt. 11
done, the car was speeding ourselves- that expenses i J,
after "We pride I
thorough consideration of the
The business session of the clubfollowed
ff, to see conditions for them
Liberty Point where eleven great Building as-
lewiston Home
+ matter they consider feasible in..tle
the plan
'; s by an :li'teresting .:pro- selves, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Downsof tractors' roaring up and down the of his candidacy ?oei ':ion":' are kepi to'.a minimum," -
largely because ,of the earlier
when! thSd.president turned :the made
gram Jackson, Mich.:, left for their field in preparing the ground for 'additional tor the state legislature was said. -.
he .
.' .meeting over to Mrs.: ', G.: L.: SfiQllt .' shipmments ,possible here. northern home Tuesday after a few sugar cane acreage scattered this week by L. O. Gravely, LaBelle "None of our officers are paid a
.\'::'':."-'/ '..:!.t"r. .nt'e events ,and February birth They explain that the first'Hast- days in Clewiston, with their ideasof the last vestige of his skeptcism.In attorney.Mr. penny' for their services. We are

..Y- >days: 'were the subjects of a most interesting ings shipments reach the, northern I the future of Florida materially answer to his statement that Gravely is a graduate of the furnished office space' for nothing anti

talk ,by Mrs. Wilber D. markets in the middle of April changed University of Florida law school and th3
I "some day there ,will probably be a the only expense incurred during

r. ', Cole. Mrs.Cole called attention to while potatoes from this section be. I Mr. Downs who Is engaged in the sugar mill here" Mr ,Downs was taken \was the first attorney to practise, "lii' :first year of existence was the necessary .

;.. Lindbergh's and Washington's birth cause of earlier planting possible, Hendry county. : ; bookkeeping
wholesale fruit and vegetable busIness across the state highway and expenditure for
i r days, and gave particular attention can be in the north several weeksin said as he boarded the' train for south where he saw a crew of workers He left later and practised law in records, stationery and a ,few minor
to X-incoln's birthday. Her .talk was advance of' this and so get the Fort Myers but again returned to La '
: the north: steadily pushing the new 1,500- things. "j'
"-;.".'.;.,' t, ,followed:.' .. by a general 'discussion, of advantage of the higher prices. "We came here to see conditionsas ton a day mill to completion Belle where he is practising law now At the request of"the pVesident, H.
t '.the'Ufe. of Lincoln by the club. Aside from the shippiig: standpointand I I candlflacy summed up
0 they are, and we would considerit "How does it look to you now? 'Mr. Gravely announce"" Woodward secretary
," Mrs G. L. Sims then called on solely from an agricultural<: standpoint a real favor, if you hear of any the visitor was asked. { subject to the June Democratic the annual report of the organization

Mis. ''i E. C. Cole fora, short descriPtion local farm experts point to the / I } stressing the fact that there are no
discontented property owners, that "To say ,,1 am .greatly impressed 'pnmar
; ,.-t of the agricultuial exhibits' at (Continued on page 8)) you refer them to us." 'would bo putting it 'mildly" he -an- delinquincies, every loan is in good

.i( ( ... he South Florida Fait.in Tampa'.... and, A few weeks ago, he said, he de- swered. Judge Whitehurst shape, and the books of the companyin
'"I\Trs. Cole responded with an Interesting 1 'Unusual Ceiling such condition that the state ex..,
lermined to make a trip to the state "The people of the north cannot
talk the various Postpones OpeningOf aminer is welcome to go over themat ,
I on displaysof Here Solves
t ,and get first band Information on appreciate what you are doing here
fruits and vegetables from the Circuit Court ; any time.SubptitUng. ,
I Noise NuisanceA conditions. and ''what it means not only to this
:. different counties I of the treasurer's re.
of Florida and' :
r' t.'.. Having visited Clewiston a few section but to the entire State
by> A. E.. Anderson showed the
./.' stated that the quality of the citrus A visit to the executive offices of years ago he arrived on this visit, "I am afraid: roar the majority of Because of his duties as presiding -"to sound financially.,
I organization be
: : fruit oa display as well as the the Clewiston In Florida the trial of Dr. S. J. SIr.
company carrying' with him a mental :pictureof /northerners are reasoning much judge in the into local
ti, :, ,: showed that Florida An interesting
a a' quantity, was may solve a problem of a newspa I Clewiston as it appeared on his way ,I did before coming here. :1 mans at Moore Haven, Circuit Judge conditions was the statement that

f'' '. waking, up to the fact that it must per publisher In his office at last visit. had a vague notion that Florida had George W. Whftehuist! in a. state: during the first, year of the organl.

.,. .'*compete with California in that re- Jamestown, N, Y. Where a small frame school building plans for the future and that some ment to the Clewiston News yesterday zation only $1.70 was collected In
; ; ,spect. E. L. Allen, editor of the Jamestown but I announced that the opening of
:. ;''''' comprised the school facilities a day It would be a great place, fines, and at present there are no de
'k: .t.i.:" Mrs. Jim Beardslcy gave an en N. Y. Post on an Inspectiontour few years ago, ho found a beautiful was convinced that it would of course the regular' spring term of court will Jinquincies but every loan paid to

.t ;, tertaining talk of a few minutes on of Clewiston last Sunday was two-story brick school with a great be a matter of :years. be postponed until Monday Feb. 27. date. '

.. .' her experiences at the fair and fcupplemented shown the acousti.celotex ceilings I expanse of lawn, and in place of a "The work you are undertakinghere All those who have received sum. Henry J. Burt of Wheaton. 111., a

k., :: f': .; Mrs. Cole's agricultural in the administration, building. I few roughly cut streets, he found a is astonishing and would seem monses to appear before tko spring visitor in Clewiston who has had

;' 'talk with a description of ,the animals After hearing the, sound deadening I network of wide 'well kept highways.On like a big dream had not I seen ''for term of court next Monday Feb. 20 considerable experience with building .

>:'''. which she had 3ef'1l there. qualities ,of ,the product, Mr. Allen explain asked The Clew,slon. north
S his last visit here, he myself thousands of acres of mature are through and loan associations in the
Mrs. C. A. Jackson told of the Fine II
;: explained that metal routing ma. ed, there was talk of planting sugar cane, thousands additional acres being News to postpone their appearance was called upon by President Cole

Arts' Exhibits and described a display chines are located directly above and eventually of plans for a sugar put in and 'a geacral air of progress until the following Monday, Feb. 27. for an expression on the organiza

;:, of fancy work made by' women him In ''his newspaper office; .ham, mill. I, and activity that is to say the Because of legal procedure liow tion.

n.over seventy years of age perlng him In his work. i Inquiring whethe: any work had'i least refreshing..' ever, 'Sheriff 'McLoughlin will call "My experience' in the building and

The display of sugar cane and cit- "This .acoustl-celotex !seems to be I been done along this line, the visitor I From now on, Mr. Downs said he the court on next Monday but Cir loan companies," :Mr. Burt said,

,"rua fruit from Hendry'county was just the thing 1 need," he said "and It "has been acquired' as an investor
was taken on an inspection tour is a Clewiston booster and will spreadtho cuit Clerk Tom Hull will dismiss ,

J' :.-, '.. fcommented. :.... on favorably in a.: gen. I'm: '. going to have my office en., of the sugar cane fields Immediately gospel of this section to his many ordering those present to return on only, since I never had occasion to

., (Continued on. page .8). ) closed with It when I ba k." (Continued on page S)'
J; "" '.It- 't. ..,:.lU. get west of, the towusite, and .while hew friends throughout the north the following Monday.
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NO. 25 WHAT'S DOING I In the tremendous climax! Vivid, WIN THE PRIZE
tense. A strong picture de luxe. Also
AT THE MOVIES Start now to work on your lawnso
BY THE WAY HAVEYOU Fable comedy.
that you will be in' the running
FridaY-"Heroes In Blue". Dedicated -
Saturday. Feb 18th., Cowboy Man when the Clewiston Woman's. : club
THAT- to those 'staunch heroes-*.he f ,
HEARD yard in "Drirtin1 Kid". He came ivom awards the prize for the best kept
LET fighters and policemen. Featuring
nowhere and was headed in the same .lawn In the city.
John Bowers and Sally Rand.: J
-'Jj direction. He proved to'be q real It's a wonderfully. thrilling picture You can kill two birds with the one

Bids "d>'<11Be OpenedTuesday :air. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen man, played hard and fought harder. and will hold your 'interest through. stone. in, c mpetIng"tor the $5 cail
MARCIA AVAN1'NAMED Every Mayuard picture. j
entertained the Dinncr Bndg3 club him out. Some fine bits of comedy. Good *
Work to more popular with prize for the best lawn.an'd at thp{;
; Saturday night at a.dinner in the HEAD OFSCHOOL the fans. It's a comedy, too. '
Be Pushed Watanabe hotel. Valentine decora- red-blooded he-man Western play.; same : time do your .bit toward mak- r

tions and color schemes were carr_ GROUP First episode of serial "Officer No. Saturday-"Ranger of the! North"with ,JUg Clowiston, the cfy beautiful.,
444." Ranger (dog) himself. This Is
ried out. Following. dinner the members
construction 'of r a fine clean.cut picture, that will do ot
Contracts for the home Pupils Will Write '
the Owen
Beach-Clewiston-Fort My proceeded to. 1\londa-COIlWa Te5rle In 'Moul the children good to see Plenty of SPORT FANS \

the highway Palm. from Belle Glade to the on Crescent Drive for an" evening of, Weekly Column tiers of Men'.. TJi s Is a strong dra. action, thrilling moments and a fine Each week the Clewiston News

Ilendry ers county line at Clewiston will bridge. :! Of News matic plot. This picture turns the moral at the end. Special: This will will carry a column of gossip on na.

be awarded next Tuesday and workon spotlight on some phases'of the start the first'chapter of a fine serial tional sports signed' by ,"Oldtimer".

the road -started as soon as pos Mrs Owen held high score. for the Marcia Avant was teemed president wonderful work the Elks: as an or.I play "Officer No.. 444. Don't Although he ,has a keen in"!Jjjht into

sible. I women with Mrs. H. F. Woodward ( ganizatlon' quietly accomplish. A miss It! affairs in the sports world, his
of the Clewiston} School Literary so.
stretch, second, while I. L. Nesmith was high striking presentation of the terrific views and to
Completion of the 14-mile held I are personal ones open
ciety at an organization mooting power
I in the hands
from Clewiston to. Belle Glade, now man with Roy L. Simpson second in the school auditorium. ,_ when Principal band of criminals, of how of a ruthless public Work of beautifying the groundsof dispute. Start the column, 0\ei the
stretch of the road between Those playing were Mr. and Mrs. a Fence" today and if you don't agice
;I Baln acted as, temporary. chair official is 'framed' and the new. freight station, southeast.
I condemned to
tills community and the east coast W. D. Cole, Mr. and Mrs J. A. Cole, with him, start your argument with
and'1Irs. man. death because of his fight against of the community is progressing rap.
will bring Palm Beach several hours Mr. and :Mrs R. L. Simpson, Mr. him throught his column In the News,.,
Other elected were Emma them. And of a crippled boy's. part idly.
nearer Clewiston making the driving \ H. F. Woodward, ,1'11". and :Mrs. officer I Il
Laura Bethao vice prceident, Eve- --
Cecil Owen, Mr. and Mrs
time to that city equal to the time William
necessary for the trip to Fort Myers. C. A Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. lyn ,, Plant secretary and Delora gjsrsisfiiusjeua l JasePe.ia tPefas') c.fehefNlei cJaJiPcl fa !IiQffiIiQ.WQffimm! [ PePc.fay'! mJ !Imm Jc Pe. fa JiQFJ .i c PeP.ie P-.1?'\JahePe.faihehehe I ..hClej ,

Although the contract to be awarded Jackson, Frank Bucher, I. L. Ne- Wickle and Elmer Montgomery ,' '. f i21,

next Tuesday provides only for smith and Mesdames Claude Downs, school reporters. "
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the construction of the 14-mile H. O. Thomas, 'J. E. Beardsley and ,, On the program conl1nittee.w reI ',. i, ,::, \.. '"-, ,. .'>, TO The Voters of. '. ". ,
stretch of bad road, Dr. Fons A. Dick C. Miller. .named Vesta Allen* Catherine Heard : '' '\ 'J
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Hathaway chairman of the state road: and Delora VickIe.I I 'J ., > : I '
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department in an address last week Mr. and 'Mrs. M. W. Bigg accompanied Weekly meetings;: hill be held on ., ; .

said that the work will not be stopped by; Mrs. E. C Cole and Mrs. Friday afternoon from 2:30: to 3:30 1 'j''I '. : ), '

until the entire road froml Palm Howard were in Fort Myers Satur- o'clock when attractive programswill ,

Beach through Clewiston to Fort My. day on a shopping tour. be offered and to which the pub., I ;,.., f."...'.:{. : ;' I _, : .. _..',, ._ :.:., '< '. .. gl
ers over the new state road route is lie is invited. : .0.: ',';

completed.Dr. Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. Allen of the Early training in journalism will :
Hathaway: said that he realizes Jamestown, N. Y. Post, and J. C., be afforded the pupils through the: '; (; '
tha importance of this road to the MacDonald, I. N. S. correspondent I society, and every week the resultsof ; nty-

entire section and added that he will and Mrs.: MacDonald were weekend the activities of the school report. ., .
do everything in his power to see guests at the Clewiston Inn on an ers will appear in the School News ,.1 ', I W9&

it through to an early completion. inspection tour of this section. column of the Clewiston News. F'm; S ';, :

With. v the completion of the entire An interesting feature of thIs' weekly / i/ Im '

road, Clow i ton will be the halLway Steady progress is reported by the service will be that school life and /:: ;,\ ;, ). ', : o; ,'. 'q ". !
place on the road running in an almost Glee Cub; of the Clewiston Commun school social activities will be seen '.. .' ,
straight line from Fort Myersto <' ; .''';;'?t" ': "" ,:'.';." ::'';' '- : : .:':" : ' ;,, ,' \
ity church in/their practice, of the through the eyes of ,the pupils themselves f J 'f : i1/: i's: ;: ;: :;:: ;; ::1 'i: '

the east coast, and through the Easter Cantata, "The King of Glory." and will appear in the Newsas : '

elimination of -present detours, driving I they have written it, so that i :< ::1 I hereby announce" as, a candidate for
Clewiston and the Mr. and Mrs. W. D.Becker. entertained grown-ups will alson find the weekly j

erably.west coast will be lessened consid Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg frL! School News 'column an entertainingbit : .

day evening at their home on Sag of reading. .- ...:;'

Repairing of the Clewiston.Belle amore avenue.: Notes submitted by the reportorial [j i .. : }
Glade stretch will have favorable i'm :
a staff this week are as follows: i
effect on agriculture and ', ; : :) ,: :1
sugar cane :\11'. and Mrs L. O, Koldsworth Chicago d ,' :\ ; : : a: ;
7 raising by farmers around the south '" : :"
, ern rim of the lake, it is believed, visitors here; spent a day In "

since at a recent meeting in South Fort 1Iyers.L. KSCHOOL NEWS i I : : \ '

Bay, one; of the problems broughtup j'I A. G. Nadel of-St. Petersburg,. who 1 _______l__________ ____ 1.1 Representative 'i
in a discussion of possibilities of I[
plans to operate a store in Clewis.
growing sugar cane, was, transportation. -. ..
.'r ton, was in town Monday completing The scholars are glad to have Wal ,1.t', :- r ''':.'. .

arrangements for the opening. ter Alston back after a short illness. 1\: :" :. '
Completion of the road however, .: ., i \
will make it more feasible for Ever- ;
glades farmers Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harris cele- We are sorry that Cora Mae Brant. )- S ;
to haul their
cane : : K
over, the well paved roads: to the brated their ,second, 'wedding anniver. ly is out of school on account: of illness ,. ';

giant Clewis ton mill now' under con. sary ,last Monday. of her mother and hope she : from
Hendry County subject to the :
struction. "> will be in school soon. I >i '
M. W .. .. ij
E. C. Cole accompanied by : *-- 'V ( vA
I I II #":" :: -: !J-.r --
-Big spent a day in Moore Haven on Trevlyn :Molt has been absent for '0

Full GroWn Palms o business I two weeks because of the sad deathof i:: : June Democrat Primary. ', : :;! }, j, ; i '

his grandmother Mrs. Waller. : '
Opposite The Inn A cash prize for the best kept lawn; ;: ; : YJ
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Baffle Residents in Clewiston will be offered by the Others reported absent are Nettie "i '": ,1. 1* '.. '

Clewiston 'Women's Club, it was decided Mae, Clifford Schultz, Crfrl Mae, Ker- ; ':); ;': : ;>:;' .;: : : ., ; 'i': .; : ,. ';;;h .,

Full-grown palm trees standing In ( at a recent meeting. mit''' Sumner, Edna Pearl Hightowerand ( .

what 24 hours earlier was a treelesslot Lycester ,Burkett. '. "'.; \.. j .
gave rise to one of the wildest McKendrie Gaskill of Chicago, accompanied

"muck soil slories" aver circulated by :Mr.: and Mrs. H. T. '

here until Captain F. Deane Garber of" the same city, are spend- Boy Scouts are Organized have already. Ii" ; : : Your Vote and Support Appreciated )* :
Seven or eight boys :
Duff, landscape supervisor, set. the ing a few weeks here at the Clew., j' .' \ .
rumors at rest with a logical expla joined the Boy Scouts.:vMr. Bain is < '-;
iston Inn. al. (,.;. .. :: :
nation. scoutmaster. Four of the boys are ) I: r
.' 't, :-: ,, ,'
The story was started when a visitor Mr. and Mrs. Isaac,. T. Cook, who ready experienced sccufe. .-:
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motoring through the commun spent a few days in Clewiston! left I; : ; \ : ,

ity with a resident asked how long last week on a trip to Cuba. They Clewiston school has nice play : ,

it took "those beautiful palm trees will stop at Clewiston on their re- ground equipment including baseball "L ,.

opposite the hotel to mature." turn before proceeding to their homein diamond, basket bal court volley ,. 0 Gravely

Astonished, the resident gaped at1 i St. Louis.l1' ball, court swings,.seesaws, etc. Mrs. ; e. {'

the palms and answered: Bain is baseball coach and Mrs. I I

"I don't know. They. weren't there and 'Mrs B. D. Foster and Mr. Beardsley .is basketball coach.Volley ,
when I yesterday" Mrs. Whitten and
passed and Mrs. J. C. Myers of Ridgewood, ball coaches are '
[?(gjgjpJMigjij3Mij gpMagfgMpMigMcUQMgj rrJ ITrrlCV: ,
Stories of palms springing from Mrs. Groff. 1
N. J., are spending a few days in 't
seed and maturing fie 24
hpurs ,
state.C .
Clewiston on a tour of I
about the town until Captain Duff, [ McD. Davis, head of the freight Everybody boost for the Clewiston | rnri\lro; I-.li.I! :
hearing them, offered the \ and the' ba
explana Atlantic basket ball/team
rate department of the girls'

tion.The Coast Line railroad at Wilmington ball team. e-I ASK THE MEN WHO WEAR THEM
community is I
growing too fast I'
N. C., accompanied by :M.: H. Dorsett, Mrs. William G. Amos r F' :
to wait for young trees to' mature,' Mr. and ; :
so he ordered a few trucks to the A. G. P. A., and C. I. Allen, commer- turned from Miami to. spend Ihe. ,,.; >
cial agent of Lake Wales were in will return .
ridge and to some palm hammockson weekend in Clewiston. They That's discover the merits demerits i "
to of
Clewiston on a combination businessand week.C. -. one way or :
the prairie south of to Miami this : :
Clewiston. pleasure trip. I 1.1 cleaning. There plenty 1 of witnesses vin this .
FulLgrown trees with the roots ., ., are community ...:.: i
were loaded on the trucks and rushed 1-- MeD Davis of Wilmington. N. ': '..:: who'll swear to my cleaning. :;
Among recent guests at the Clew of the Atlantic r
traffic .
to. town, the first place on the C., freight manager '
beautification Istoll Inn were Mr. and Mrs S. Lee Coast Line railway accompanied ) :_ :
program being I
opposite -- --------------- -
, Crawford 0. and AnnaM : --.T; ', i1J
the Inn.Seeral of Canton, by M. H. Dorsett, assistant general : .
Hawking of the same city, Mrs. and C. I. Allen, :; ,:
others will be brought here, freight agent i ,
he said, and Civic Center and the J. A. Gutherrs of East Orange, N. J..'I commercial agent were in Clewiston : : DARCY DRY CLEANING

new business I Andrew Tieffler of Belle Blade. Mr.' business and pleas "
section along Central 'J I on a
avenue will also be beautified in this and Mrs. J. C. MacDonald of Tampa., ure trip recently. : Quality Service Satisfaction 'I'I'i

manner.In Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Allen of James

town, N. Y:, McKendrie Gaskill and Clew.. I IWiMiF
the meanwhile thousands of On a recent excursion from ''i Tailored Suits Made To OrderEEMgHBlgMBiajEiBHatBIBMBiajarigEgl

Royal Palms and Cocus Plumosa: Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Garber of Chicago iston and byJstations' to the South I .

palms planted along the parkways of III., Mr. and Mrs ,Yo M Lit. Florida Fair at Tampa, the Clowis- J ] "i nfS Petu

Clewiston are growing rapidly. tie of Boston Mass., William S. Tea, ton delegation topped the list, with .

tor of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Mr. and 95 out of the 195 passengers on the

Mrs. B. D. Foster of Ridgewood, N, train. filOOF OO imOO j ImM IaiMcMsl2s[ l .

J., and Mr. and Mrs J. C. Myers ol f '

1 WANTED TO the same city; Clarence L. Morgat J. L. Johnson, former chief clerk NO JOB TOO LARGE NONE TOO SMALL&a:

of Danbury, Conn., J. 'W. Townseud at Clewiston has been transferred to

of Utica, N Y., Mr. and Mrs. George Kissimmee. His successor: will he ap- .
Acker of Huntington, Pa., Mr. and pointed later.A .
111"8."T.. R. Hay of Daytona Beach. 8"m .: PHILLIPS : 't

OLD RAGS5c Mr. and Mrs Henry Kiel of Hudson. deep channel to provide acess 1

ville,. Mich., II. C. Cutridge of Jacksonville for vegetable boats at the new freight PLUMBING ,

J. H. Hambright of Chattanooga station here is being dredged. The 1 .

,. POUND Tenn., Mr. and Mrs J. J boats carry vegetables from several g .

Kaylor of New York City, J. Dreyfus towns around Lake Okeechobee to Ii '
Clewiston News oC New York City, Mr. and Mrs.\ W. Clewiston where they are shipped '
W..White of Baltimore, Md., and H. over the ,A. C. L. to northern mar.. I M1
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I M. Schroeder of Miami I kets. oooooo. .\\r.IIA
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: Friday, February 17, 3023 CLEWISTON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA Pago Three

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, ::1 I': :; LOCAL BALL-I EARLY SHIPPER :N NON M:NbN:N M N N N.i N N N N N:N N N N:N:N N N:N:N Iy N:N:N:N:N:M:ti N:N N N N M N:N ti N:N:..:N:N:N N.Ji' 'tveck.one lo institute the special eco will gesture from Mexico to the UnL

RECALLS DAYS NEWS OF THE WEEK i nomic survey which the commerce ted Slates and Captain Carranza' will

,department has undertaken ,and the

, ; ,e CLUB SHOWS OF PIONEERING :: BOILED DOWN =i':= second to receive a gold medal .from fly over in coming the same here.route Lindberghtook

"!: .:."..'._.'..'_,._'..'.......'........'_......'__. '._'_' .. .. ".,0.. _0._._. _. .... .... _... _....._ ......_ _..000. the American Institute of mining engineering His monoplane
/i MORE SPEED "Study The Markets" IsHouse's 0- '' -' ''0- ono.n..n..n.ooooo"BETTER ---.--.":"'. .-.-.-.- -; -; ;-;-;-;-; ; ;-; ; ;-; .. will be entirely of Mexican. manufacture ,

Advice \ except the motor. A Wright whirl

,* Scientific production of high quaLity LYl1ch1mrgVa.. Dcrothy Augusta
To FarmersMajor THIRTEEN KILLED IN BLAST 1 wind motor<<: -will be purchased from

Pep of Crews Repays for fruit and coordinated marketingare Freeman student 19, of Olney, Illinois, a 1I I the popular subscription fund.

the greatest problems confronting at Randolph.Macon: Women's
Loss of Talent of
S. Porter House has -
college here look her life last night White Haven Eng._' A terrific explosion I -
to Clewiston for his second winter the growers of Florida. TARIFF CLASH
Last Year l icy firing a pistol bullet into her today In the Haig mine pit -
season. Having been, active in.the This was the summary of a mass
-- right temple. the scene of another'explosion dis

BY.SOUTH PAW Interest of the Everglades growers of testimony: given yesterday by leaders Students found the girl lying life_I astrous to human life, killed thirteenof Havana-Argentina and the United
since 1910, the local farmers are: especially : .
t d the of various groups composing the less on the floor of her room witha a party of tuonty.one who were States again took opposing positions
\ South Bay, scheduled to Interested in his return as I '
J fourth pistol nearby. A letter addressedto exploring the works f" the first at the
citrus of the
:y local team on the home diamond they can depend on Mr. House's advice industry at the of a- series r meeting committee on

Sunday, failed to put in an appearance on what to plant, when to plant of public hearings conducted bya her parents lay on the table I time since a siiniiai' disaster closed Pal .Amer.fcan ''Uniom affairs' today

The coroner could It lost December.
,,'; so the afternoon resolved into and where to ,ship. Mr. House has special committee named by the suggest no mo- over the right of nations to assess

'I( the best workout the boys: have had always been on the side of the grow live for the act. The girl's scholastic Several officials were among those what
state chamber of commerce to cling tariffs they think most suitable.
work -
was said to be Eight dazed
good. and partly gassed
i this season. Little new material has er and is thoroughly an organizationman
nose the ills of, the citrus industry workmen fought their back to Taking up the cause of all the del..
.-1! been added this year to offset the ,. believing that real organization way

,, -'; loss of star players of last season, but should be for educational as well as and prescribe remedies to bring. I HICKMAN RESIGNED TO FATE safety.The news they brought caused egations who view with disfavor, Dr.

!; much improvement has been noted protective measures and that in a greater returns to the growers. Los Angeles.-While defense at desperate efforts by rescue partiesto Honorio Pueyrredon's proposal to extend

- (. I In the all around play of some of few years the Glades will be dotted Witness after witness appered before (I.tOJ"llCYS' utilized: the double, holiday ,reach the entombs i men, but the the functions of the Pan.AmerLcan

the benchwarmers and regulars. with uP to-date packing, houses and I of today and tomorrow in I preparation foul air foiled their attempts. The
the committee during the all: union in the economic field, Chard -
I shipping and a big featureof of relief workers wtre '
the absence of Jack : centers extensive briefs and, argo. .vihtdrawn an '

Undoubtedly last the shipping will be sending out day session held at the Hotel Flori-, ments supporting their motion for a the mine was again sealed.Thirtynine les Evans Hughes, head of the American
Jones, 'a. star in left ; '
attractive and quality fruit and veg dan to dmit that the growers must new trial, William Edward Hickman, lives were lost throughan delegation, ,proclaimed the impossibility -
and "of GranvIlle Harris, :star:
year nitcher., will be felt. but the addition etables. In referring to this phase of be taught how to improve the qual slayer of Marian: Parker, today rest.. explosion in the same pit on SepI of allowing questions of

:. or------. and th the matter, Mr. House recalled thee ity of the fruit and that, once good ed from the ordeal of his trial, apparently tember 5, 1922, and again, last December such purely domestic, character as
.of ,sev '; improved condition of Dave ,Alston when tariffs to be considered in any international
he found that attractive
years ago the should ue the Keynote: of dI tribu_i t future may hold in store; for hin which took four lives. An explorationparty
the mound will l go far'to relies: II
on package sold far He body.
'r betters, liOn to prevent disastrous floodingof The motion will bo heard before was organized:: yesterday and
ins the fans of worries along theseline's. :: referred to his pleasant business I l li '
I re- ho market5! i Judge J. J. Trabucco Tuesday morning II shortly ) aftermidnight entered the Dr. Pueyrredon, however. unmoved

lations with the Watanabe's' at
:' I and it'denied, sentence immediately f han in an attempt to locate the by any arguments repeated his categorical .
: workout Walter Peter Clewiston who with their little Jap I
In Sundays !
HOOVER IS CANDIDATE will follow. body of one of the miners' killed in refusal to signany convention
'=>> with college experience colony sent' out some very fine and I
a newcomer
,\ attractive "Wsahington-Secretary Hoover be. Judge Trabucco has announcedthat the December explqsion.! At that to regulate the activities of the
initial sack and -- goods for the markets.
covered the appears
Lawton which always: got the preference to came an avowed candidate for the he will receive evidence con time fire had prevented the recovery Pan-American '''union which' 'did not
have everything.
to many others. .. Republican presidential' nomination cerning the commission of the .crime of the body. and the pit had been contain a. reference to the necessity
:,: I Sims roams the same territory at last
: J Sm.t During the interview' with .. and gave formal permission for his in order that he may determine legally sealed up until the fire should burn of abolishing excessively high bar.
P, but is' 100 percent
second I'I
f,: year proved inline field and at t bat. "Coke"Coker House he described 'some of his interesting I I )hio supporters to enter his name in ,I : the circumstances surrounding itself from want of oxygen., riers to the free flow of trade in in

shortstop experiences in the Ever-; the Ohio primary contest. it before deciding whether Hickman ter.AmerIcan commerce.
call at
so far has the
" glades and among them was his first In his first campaign statement, should be sentenced lo hang or NEW NON-STOP FLIGHT
II'\" and while still erratic in the,
trip up the North New River canalin which took the form of a letter to serve a term of life imprisonment Mexico USE THE NEWS
:_ field,\ is hitting and running bases City-Capt. Emilio Carranza -
f,' 1914 on the U. S. mail. beat, Thad H. Brown chairman of the The motion for a new trial is regarded I
better than ever. Third base is again ace of Mexican aviation, will
:! Mayflower": with Capt. F. A. Forbes Ohio Hoover.for.president committee in local circres as' purely for make his Use the News to trade off that article
the tough spot. Al Lincoln, whose non.stop flight from hereto
\ brother of Capt. Ed. Forbes of the secretary declared himself boundto mal and no hope i is expressed that your no longer need.
': :: hitting won several games' in '27, has.ji' Washington ,returning Col. ,Chas
> South Bay, to Lake Okeechobee, "carry forward the principles Judge Trabucco will grant It. If I Watch the classified columns oft
not been out, and a merry battle Is A. Lindbergh's goodwill visit ot
stopping at Ritta Island at the old of the Republican party and the 'great the new trial Is denied the de- the News grow and see the results
' Alexander who December, sometime in April it i
, on for the hot corner. I ,
.ji': hotel there at that time and takinga objectives of President Coolidge's fense immediately will announce an others get.'Vhetner.
' ,showed well at bat and on the bases, understood.
: >, small launch over to the mainlandat f policies." ippeal, defense counsel has said. you want to buy, sell: or
Is fielding in improved style: and may Ritta., The expenses of his trip, estimated
He indicated his intention to refrain I Jrade the classified column of the
!:: it get the call. Harv Edwards, showing It there at about $100,000 are being raised
: was that Mr. House first HOOVER
from personal campaigning in STATE Clewiston News is' the medium to get
f the. most improvement in all departments met D. W. Beardsley, father of now by popular subscription by a
:3 the pre-convention primaries and to Washington. Hoover quick results. .
Secretary you
\r of any of the old players, "Jim" Beardsley Mr. Watkins committee headed by Ernesto Agui-
) George retain his official put aside official Start this week by getting rid of
.rl post at the ;duties: tonight, ;
played the position during the workout Clewis ton's present lar, business manager of the newspaper
) nurseyman the abandoning articles longer useful to by
commerce department."I temporarily you
who even the
in real "Dig" Driggers Excelsior.The .
"J! style. was at Ritta at that lime one of the '
:*'1 at have received ,through you and budding political campaign that got offering them for sale in the Newslassifie'd
;, has worked most of the time growers 11House remembered I flight is intended as a good
.I) others, request from Republicans under way yesterday when column. -
very many announced -
" balls bPtlei
-, .; tshort, handles ground meeting. There were ]7 farmers in

.... 1 than any infielder on the club, and that section at that time. I. of Ohio that I permit my himself candidate for the
name to be entered in the presiden. Republican presidential -nomination ##############" #####,####### #####-#-#" ,+*++,, ,#,,#" #" " ,
: Ji. looks good at the plate, but has not There are very few who do not. \ ,
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' (* tiI tial primaries of that state."Mie! letter and started to Florida on a fishing
! found his throwing arm.
) '__ :yet egrae :with Mr. House on his policyof
J. LV Col.Brown. said. trip. .
. :t 'Y Outfield Prospects education and co-operation whichis I 1
..|' "Understand "I do so,"' he added, laconically. MOOREHAVEN NOVELTY
,: your soil. Fertilize
.i|y Patrolling the outer gardens this LINDBERG HOMESt.
'j according to the soil and Its individual _
:: ; year for the Cane Gang will probably 'MANIACS KILL 'GUARDS Louis,
Flying thru fog and rain
need for each kind of produce, I :
fall to Rabbit Cothern, Dug WORKS
I study the markets and plant produceat BridgeWaterMass. Two guards at!; Col. Charles A. LIndberg completed .

,; r Douglas and Milt Couch. Salisbury a time it will not be on the mar the slate hospital for the criminal in- a 1200-mile non.stop flight from Ha- V

; (L..9, and, Casey Jones of last year's club ket to compete with other markets sane were beaten to death today by .1 vana, Cuba, by l landing safely at aJ11 ,' FRED HENRIKSEN, Prop. .'
and Joe Godfrey have enough to nuke and above, all avoid overproduction ,one of five insane patients, who had I bertSt., Louis field. at 5:01: p.m to daY. '; :* ', i '
:;' the first, trio step constantly to hold -- : ',;..J.4"
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. I of any one kind of vegetable or GScapeT! from their rooms. He was in the air 15 hours and 6 min ** .\\
, ., the places. Cothern seems !slow to '. It is utes,0 .\ ::: '::", I. Manufacturers of ''
a fact that a wonderful After a battle, other guards: suc- ,

,./, ; round Into fielding form this season variety: of fruit ,and produce can be ceeded in capturing, the five maniacs. Since his departure from Washing

:1 k but Is hitting better than ever. Dug raised in the Glades. Chicken ton ,Dec. 13
farms The two guards, who were beatento for Mexico City Colonel
>1 is off of his usual stride 'in all de dairies
and ,

will ,
, come to the death with a piece of ''a bed, were Lindbergh has covered about 9000

,; partments, but the fans are not unduly front as time goes on, but the grow. Eugene Amlaw, 50, of Providence, R. miles on a circuitous route and had ,

alarmed since this boy is un_ Screens Window Frames Doors DoorFrames
i er of produce must conclude that : visited 15 ,
a I., and Winfrred Gerricr, 40, of MId nations and dependencies In

"i" questionably the best outfielder on farming, regardless of the ,ease In dleboro. Central a-id. South America and the ..''
Stair and Stair Rail Cabinets
an amateur club iu South Florida growing in the muck, in the Ever- The battle took place In one of the West Indies.Approximately. ,

. when right. Crouch, In right, shows glades requires scientific
study corridos'and set the 960' other patients 700 persons, including
Bookcases Etc.
't'! ,, an improved style at the plate, hitting common sense, almost equally as members : Colonades, ,
to of the
yelling. thirty-first division :
, 1-: terrific drives to all corners of much as in sections where farmingis
air corps, of which Lindberg is a member :
::! the lot, and] his fielding is better, but a more difficult problem. --
>J" Climbs tQ Transcm viewed the landing .of the good : ) .
he still Of the oth I
: : more pep. '
"i : The leader of the insane will ambassador who is' to be the : Y .; ?, ..... i.' .
:: patients '
o ;' ,,.: ers, Godfrey looks the best; Sans. l ., ; .. ..:.. ,. ';,
I guest of all St. Louis in aerial : Moorehaven : :: "' Florida.
'I[ '
'j j! :" not had sufficient work this season. games with a better club ing to a transom above the door of Exhibition: on the Mississippi river : ', .-:'',', .y '

1 .' Mack SInnott has been covering Receiving End Strong his apartment. front tomorrow, afternoon. :P2 -,#" ,#" #" ##,#" #" ,,,#,,#,,#,,,, #,###" #" #" ,,,#,,#,,.

. ; ,. first in most, of the practices, and The catching will be taken care, of ,The man evidently had been _in a Scans Field .

J' < ., I great rage before he got out of the His approach to tne field was from
,I' c. will bolster the club a lot at the by Buster Lockett and 1<\ Moreland.'

/ plate, since he hits from the off side, Buster is a fine receiver, and has room. He had torn the furniture apart the West at 4:46 p.m. Passing to the

f but is improving constantly been one of the stars of lile.c. ub and carried with him, the leg of a northwest ,the ,Spirit of St. Louis be *

.1 _' bed. gan circling the field at an altitudeof
I 1 His hitting seems to be batter, and S. PORTER HOUSE
Beardsley Unllmbering) his Crawling stealthily: down a corridor approximately 100 feet. Lindbergh ,'
'J '. handling of pitchers as good as

, : Manager Jim Bcardsley, who could ever,. but weakness on foul flies and outside his room, the Juan pounced evidently was scanning the field to :. ',:" '. WATANABE HOTEL

{ L not hit the size of his hat last year, uncertain upon Amlaw, who was in chargeof ,make sure no crowd was in the way., .
throwing to bases must he I '

I, is "putting them where they aint" overcomp. Moreland seems:: not to be the night watch and carried I the He; made four complete circuits .In ," : ;,:.., .

-in the workouts this spring, and may. keys to the hospital. '"
descending ,he the gun" to his
( a find as a handler of pitching, but gave l,: FRUIT AND VEGETABLE BROKER
d. decide to handle the throws at the has As Amlaw turned, the insane man plane to avoid getting mired .In the .1: ,
a good throwing is
-aim, and ,
J.\ .. first station himself. In this event dealt him a stunning blow with the mud. .' ,.. ", -. '
powerful at the plate, so strong in .." ..
\t, J, Sinnott may: be converted into an, fact weapon that he carried inN his' hands. ,,',,
that When
1 it is not improbable lie Lindbergh got out of the plane '.'"
.,I j' outfielder to take advantage of his With Amlaw on the corridor floor, Pioneer Operator in Everglades Products
may be used in the field as was there was backslapping and a chorusof I
hitting, and Peterson will be used at the prisoner delivered a. second blow,
Paul ,
last season. Young Paul greetings as President Hard. M
.,1 third or infield utilty, since he killing him.WILBUR. I-
. should be a distinct arldiiion to the Bixby of the chamber of commerce,
j 1, seems to work well at all positions. ,' /
I?'' :club when he returns:; ficm sch6ol Acting Mayor Walter Neun and others
J I 0 Another player who has had a world and HITS AT CRITICS
added .
age: and experience. greeted him.
". I of experience at this position, and Based Incliqnnpolis.Assailing the criticsof
on the
tentative lineup for
As Spirit
locals mechanics shoved the of SEASONS-WEST PALM BEACH
makes the exceptionally strong I FIVE
r. the
Sunday's game and( the shifts made administration's building pro- Louis ,
St. into the
" hangar, Lindbergh ,
here is Deane Duff who did come
1 during the practice, the Cane Crew gram Secretary Wilbur declared here, posted with official greeters for photo ELEVEN SEASONS-FORT LAUDERDALE,
'a. '; fine work last The Improvementa !
'I' year. will likely be lined for the first that they were unwittingly sponsoring "
up .7
graphs and movies in the light of
little work would make Deane's
, a movement SECOND ,
i game as follows: o i3: the navyfight ,
flares which burned to'help out
: were
form of last year would probably persuade Coker -1 blindfolded.He .
ss. rn.-lf.] ; Sims, 2b.; the dim and
disappearing daylight.
Manager Jim to step into the I
I Douglas, cf.; Beard !I )".PC'terson, lb.; ridiculed those who attackedthe I
outfield. Certainly the absence of Lindbergh said he flew from Kcy 1 I
Crouch, rif.; Alpxander-Ed wards. 3 b.; cost of the program, assertingthe '
.., Ben Doerlv:.. who gave some valiant ,. nine ,Vest along the west coast of Floridato
ockettc.; Alston, p.WANTED. year buildimr; nroeram, of I
service in' this position in previous 5740,000,000 Cedar Keys and then took a compass
is $10,U00,000 less than Shipping Always tQ Best Markets and to
:4, ,,: seasons, should not be felt. the course to St. Louis which he followed ..
candy bill of the United States Best Rated Concerns ..,

:; With the removal of Dug Douglas i In 1925. Ho also said that in 192o flying low. Visibility, ,he I,said, ,. .: ,.....

to his In TO was, "very: low". .
J ? proper playing position centerfield women spent $1,823,000,000 on cosmetics If

the pitching staff t looks weak and said That if the .attack It has:: been hij custom for many .\ rI

f.\, '. but should, be even stronger than be- upon the navy were based solely upon years to get a week or 10 days' In "Sell Your Shipments F. O. B. When Possible"'

, :", 1 ore with DLrieI8t011 and "Iron BUY economic grounds, it may be deferentially 'February on thefishiug grounds;: and

.1,\ Man" Davis both in form and availj ) suggested that there are his destination tonight was t thp], Floi:;;: I

j n able for duty. Dave pitched one beau.! times when gun powder is more valuable Ida keys; Key West being. the first J :

1 tiful game last year, and :is in fine ) '.OLD, RAGS5c than face powder. stopping point. :r\ REFERENCE-RATING ,: "

condition to give a lot of work this .. "Speaking broadly," the secretarytold Only a small group of
summer. He knows baseball, uses his the Indianapolis association of was Invited to accompany j f -i NpIdL PRODUCE REPORTER CO., PACKER... RED BOOK"w

i" head, and has control and fine 'i :. '
a POUND credit men, "it may be said that the tion and a limit of one ( placed xX 'x X X : *,
change of pace Davis earned his i 1 .
1 J I I ships planned In this building program upon his stay in t'QO LAIe I
monicker with the Moore( Haven club '' :'
.constitute the eyes of the plans to return in time ; -0
where he pitched:: some remarkable Clewiston News ,. -- _
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-:: Successor The to Clewiston The Clewiston News Progress I'. : CABBAGESAND KINGS An Accidental AccompliceBY

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LOUIS A. MORGAN j' If that Swaml In Miami is so good at teaching how to love he might WILLIAM JOHNSTON ('
Publisher and Manager late Carol '''heard the cries of warnIng '
:' try out his wares on Chief Qulgg so he wont have to leave so soon. (Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran &
'I from the throats of passers-oy.,

TOM SMITH, Editor c I Company ....
In another second she would havebeen
I A Wichita woman wants a. divorce because, her husband hit her with
Subscription Rates knocked down by the car, and
_I j ja baseball bat. Evidently he was a rabid baseball fan gone batty.-P.; H.A. Syn.opsis of .Preceding Chapters. /'
thrown and
else bleeding;
B)' mall outside. of Florida By mail In Florida in: the Times-Union.: maybe he was a card player who figured "Clubs Engaged to the scion of a wealthy either crushed under its wheels:: or

One year ?2.50 One year $2.00 i;I are I Trumps." New y'ork family a New York society perhaps, dying, to the curb. Vividlyshe

Six mouths 1.50 Six months'' ,; 1.00 girl consult an oriental mystic sensed her impending peril, and

Three months: 1.25 Three months .75 I I. That, Clewiston poet laureate who' had a poem published in this column to learn whether she will be happy, she stopped, helpless and terrified.

NEWS' PLATFORM j I anonymously last week came in and thanked us for omitting his Making an oppointmcnt she pro where she was. '

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation ( came after he heard some comments. on his efforts., His zeal 'is still un- ceeds along to a house in the Fifties Suddenly from behind her a strongarm

2. Early completion of the, highways for local transportation andj 1 diminished' though and this week the disease takes the following twist: where after being received by ,a Jap was thrust roughly about her,,,

I __, anese servant she is, after a consider! waist and jerked her to safety as
concenti allonof products. .
) I the of the grazed by. Trembling at the
able wait admitted to presence car
3. A subsatntlai downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and Jack Spratt could drink no wine I
the Oriental. narrowness of her escape, she turned
other products of this region to the northern markets. I His wife could, drink no gin *
marketing'association Seated before a Bronze idol and with white-faced, to seek her resucrer,<
4. The full functioning of a cooperative for So between the two, they brew'd a brew .
smoke-'from incense curling about him and found herself In the firm grip of
both buying, and selling; purposes. -
That tastes like gasolin'. the oriental calls re by name Carol a blond young giant whose steady

Dare and says that In the answer to gray eyes were ,studying her half con_.

CIVIC BEAUTIFICATIONNo ,National tile')* makers "laid down". a good time ''at St. ,Petersburg Doi i her question, the Gods have but one temptuously.
short time ago.-Jacksonville Times-Union. Too bad they weren't, able: to word"Walt"! "How could I ever thank you, Mr.
city or town has perhaps ever existed: without some exercise of .
stick around" a little longer. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORYAs -" she murmured, feeling strangely
I the art'or civic beautlflcation. In ancient times this had reached a very I '} weak
,; I' : glad for the support of,

high state of development as evidenced by the ruins of the cities of Greece "BEIN' GLAD"Is .,,; ;, : ,_ he spoke the last words he had his powerful arm..
ind even states where older civilizations were dominant. In earlier periods there a man in this 'ere town ,\ :... \: .' ",.: risen, and stood before the great "Mason," he said, finishing her

of modern history, however, instances are rare when communities ,i Who isn't glad he Is sti lun' ro 'n'I ,":: ::it c< I idol, a majestic figure of mysticism, sentence for her. "Alan la.IOn. Are
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scale. But : his long finger pointing'' command you all right?
attempted beautification in an organized way on any large Waitin for better things to come : : : .:.', -
7: : ; ", ; "
< iugly at her.Against her will Carol yes.
throughout all time the human_ instinct to beautify or at least ornament .' '- ,
Wantin1 to be a helping some .:,, :
: She found herself
; found with giant'shand
,', 'I" ', ,\ bowing In silent assent ,
Its individual environment has manifested Itself, and this Is one of the, With the Clewiston plan. .S J.''',.'', -,' :,,1r1" /', to his: dictation.. The restlessness still firmly gripping her arm,.
', .
well defined lines of demarcation between man and all other species ofhe Tho' he may complain of men and things ', '",1,<',:, >;-. ':'. that had possessed her soul for being piloted across the street. Not C

animal world. t Not to his likin' that he could change. ':: ,\I :.;.>. '>< :h.. the last four days seemed in some until she was safe on the sidewalk
Within, comparatively recent times there has appeared a tendency for : ,, :_", ','i,'", "' way to have vanished.As again did he release his hold, and .
But just the same, right or wrong ,,: O' ,!., ; ,:{ I ,
cities and towns to put, forth organized effort toward a beautification, by ,,' ':. !.f, '< .. '.'": \" she leaned forward, with then courteously raising his hat he t
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Ho should be boos tin' and boos Un' strong ; : ; I
lacing the matter under the direction and guidance of some expert or \ v> .,\ \('; ')':' '..J'I;',' ., head bowed reverently ,the doors started on his way.
Like a man. I .. ". ,, ';')..d., :',, _, .. e "Wait!'' cried Carol imperiously,
'' ."j between them '
committee of experts qualified to work out a pleasing and' logical arrange : "'r' I -'' '. propelled by the same

ment. Strangely enough, this movement had its inception in the West Glad that he is stickin' here :.:,.::.,,::/f:',',:'..;;' .,'.,Jr..J.\: 'j'b;;: >," ,: .....,: ': Invisible force as before closed gently I "I want to thank-" 1

where new cities were being built and spread eastward: where older and t I To feel that he was a pioneer, r. .:" .j ,; /' :..' ,:,: ,and she found herself once moie "Don't! he \ Interrupted almost

illogically 1 arranged cities have attempted what amounts in many cases to Sta '!n thru' from, year to year \ -. ,'"V... :,: ,. ), .....<,-.1'\1', :.; J alone in the great front roomclutch rudely. "It was' nothing. t don't.

practical reconstruction involving much tearing down of buildings. and, rs- With, hopes' outdoing every fearThru' !";,.::. :' :i}.'>:::..-::" ing tightly in her hand the little know which of you is ,the worse

arrangement of streets at enormous expense. ..: ': :;," .. .:. bronze Buddha that Sarananda had menace-a speeding driver or a silly

The New South, availing itself of the accumulated knowledge, of other .' good and bad. ; ,0'" .\ '" r'' ,',:. ","' f given her. A hundred more questionsthat I. girl who doesn't look where she is
of Regardless of all that is pro and con,' ., :.:. .: 1 ;: ,
situation and "
sections has been quick to take advantage of the some she might have asked surged going. ,

the most pleading effects in civic beautification are being worked out I Its the foundation we are bankin' on, :, : : :::';. 'i .', .: "" up in her mind as she slid awkwardly Her cheeks reddening at his parL-

here. Particularly is this true in Florida where the powers of art as well j Pluggin with all our might and heart, ,; ":::;. ',: _" ", ,; toward the door. Ing taunt, Carol stood looking after

as of an over: prolific nature are being invoked to produce amazing results. Pulling together and not apart' ,',."..:' -,'J'; r \i""-1'_.-))rl At her side without knowing, how him as he swung grandly up the av.

To us locally in Clewiston is given 'an opportunity along lines of civic That.proves we are glad. 't': .. .:'.;a; \ he had Come there, she found the enue her gratitude at his good serv

beautiflcation that has fallen to the lot of few communities at any time ,;:L. .: :: -Alma.: Japanese who had admitted her ice struggling with her offended

Or in 'any. place. Situated in exactly the same latitude as those exquisite who now escorted her in silence to pride. The rudeness with which he

products of Florida's development, Palm Beach and Fort Myers. Clewis LABELLE'S NEXT POSTMASTER the anteroom Her mind was busy had rebuffed her attempt to express

ton is youngest of the Florida cities and thus enabled to cull the best with the strange experiences through her appreciation was insufferable.
Blest with unmatched black soil Ever, I Within the next few weeks several LaBelle citizens will take govern
from their experience. the of the which she had just passed, and she Yet in that brief moment when he
glades located perfectly level site, bordering fresh water In-.1]ment examinations for the position of postmaster of LaBelle. had '
on a a great was turning to leave the house held her in Tii-0 arms. oho hart
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Jand sea, with canal banks, susceptible of dressing up with native foliage, The position is an Important one and upon him selected, ,'following. the Japanese's extended hand re. been conscious of a strength and .

where better opportunity be offered than here to out lovely the examinations. devolves an ininnr flint fllltv.. magnetism
can a work a minded her' that she had forgottenpart about him that had appealed l

design of civic beautification? I It is still not uncommon/,for visitors ,to. judge the town by the posL of the Instru9iioas that had to her strongly., His figure as ?

The founders of Clewiston have given its citizens'' a good start in hav. I j''!toaster and equally by the brand of, service offered at the local post office been given by Felice. he moved on up the avenue, was a
ing' had the city plan designed by John: Nolen, nationally known city The postmaster is in a great measure the community's representative and "Twenty dollars majestic one., But, she remembered .,
please, said the
planner. The local administrative officers will adhere to that 'plan and a to the casual visitor ,he is representative of.the town. Hence it Is for the servant, in obsequious sibilants. regretfully, the hand that ,held, her yt

committee will function in bringing about results in an organized way ,and progressive people of the communitY"to 'exert their influence to encourage Hurriedly she drew forth her purse so firmly had been browned and

each, piece of construction should' lend Itself to a harmonious whole. wherever possible the appointment of a man who posseses these essen. and paid him the feeher mind too toughened by work. \

Civic beautiiicatiou to attain proper results must not only be guided tial qualifications. busy with other things, to ,heed the "It is too bad,_" she sighed to her.

and directed along the line of a general plan-In addition individual citizens We are ,not endorsing any single competitor. We do not propose to suggestions of charlatanism involvedin self, "that he's only 'a workman!"

should be on the alert to cooperate In all ways toward a universal tell the people f LaBelle whom they should, endorse. such a demand.As And although she -'hardly voiced the

pbjective. Each dweller in a Clewiston home should take pride also In We are emphatic however, and we believe that all hard thinking people she thought, even In the secret depths ..
emerged to the air and
his immediate surroundings, by availing themselves of the soil which lends of the community will agree with us, in recommending that the community walked open of her own heart, nevertheless it is
slowly howemard
itself so readily to landscaping and by maintaining well kept lawns and has outgrown Its swaddling clothes and that fortunately LaBellecan she was true that she was thinking;

shrubbery. Unsightly backyards should never be permitted. no longer afford to be content with a so.called part time postmaster, pondering busily on ail that she had "It's too bad that Mr. Week's i ipnf
seen and heard
marveling more and
Organizations of women can do much to further civic beautification, whose varied business obligations permit his being in the post office buta a man like that.-like Alan Mason"
inore.Was it true ,as> Sarananda had
here, as they have done In other places, by giving the subject their Intelligent few ,hours a day. Chapter' III
so confidently. proclaimed, that am
interest and working with the civic committee of the community.It In many cases the cry of past performances and prideful gestures to. ; As the deft hands of Felice com-
is gratifying to note that the Clewiston Woman's club at a recent ward past records are offererd as proof conclusive of the desirability of that happen here on earth pleted her coiffure for the evening,

meeting offered a prize to the member who by June 1 shall have pro. an aspirant, but In this 'particular case, the rapid development, of LaBelle have already happened somewhere Carol said abruptly:
else first.
duced the best appearing yard. Even those who do not enter this contest from a ,small town to a thriving county seat makes comparison with the "You may go."

will be stimulated sluggish past absurd. And if this was true, what was, to "But-
by efforts of the contestants. your gown, Mademoiselle! ,"

'Let us consider well the opportunities here afforded us by nature for What Is, most needed In the LaBelle post office today is a truly rep. be her fate? Was she to be happy? protested the maid,'astonished at this

a civic building program and a beautification that shall endure for twelvemonths resentative LaBelle citizen-a, type symbolic of our rapid developmentaman Her question', !!had beenl answered, new caprice. '3

of ea'ch'year that who has the vital, interests of LaBelle at heart and but how enigmatical, how disappoint "I can
so we and future dwellers In Cleviston Will paramount, one easily slip that on myself.

derive pleasure from a sojourn here and point with pride to our home city. I who can devote his full time to the important office. ing, how, unsatisfying, was the massage I, wish to be alone."

The community is fortunate in having public spirited men of ability) that Sarananda and his. Spirit Shaking her head deprecatingly,

ENOUGH SLEEP who are willing to serve-aspirants who are prompted by a true spirit Guides had given her! and further expressing her disappro.
-- of service to the community.Carl "Wait! val with waving hands the mail re. :
A university professor is quoted as saying that people sleep too much, E. Royer respected citizen is one of the older residents of LaBelle' What, she pondered> was theword's luctantly withdrew, leaving her

that the eight-hour standard should be reduced to six'and the other two and carries with him that most sterling of recommendations war vet I significance, in relation to her young mistress sitting '''before her

hours devoted to increasing production. eran. In the same ;manner in which he answered his' country's call In the life? Yet she had no thought of dressing table, in the center of whichon

,Possibly that particular professor is able to get all the rest, he needs hour of need, so he has come forward at this time and by taking the questioning its authority. In her in a little silk mat, reposed the Buddha

from only six hours' sleep. Perhaps he can do a more productive day's examinations on February' 29, is offering his good services to the ,com. experience the impression made up. that Sarananda had given he

work after his six hours of slumber than some people do after eight or munity as 'postmaster. Mr. Ro"er's.service. to the LaBelle post of the I on her by Saranada's exhibition of three days before. Pensively now the

10 American Legion was/ forcibly recognized when his fellow foreknowledge: was too deep for her girl studied the
hours. Yet he is mistaken in urging a six- our standard of 'sleep for Legionnaires inscrutable face of
every adulL honored him with the office of post (' nmander.Or to be hesitant or doubtful about. the the image.

Experience should teach sensible people how much sleep they need there Is R. V. Hedges, anther local merchant, an. extensive property j I auhority of the message- even The picture she made in tha mirror ;
I "holder and one who would do the community j' though she was puzzled as to how before her
to do their day's work well with a reasonable expenditure of energy and' proud. 1 even though she gave
a margin for ,emergency. If they find less time than the, usually prescribed Whatever be our choice, let 'us give the matter careful considerationand Did it no heed, was surely a charmingone.

eight hours is sufficient, let them ,act upon that and make the most in decide to give, our support to' the man who: can best represent La it mean that she should Insiston Her dark eves. -now- .. -firurl---- -xn- ,
Belle In its 'true light-a I the announcement other wistfully
really progressive Florida city. on Buddha
production or recreation or meditation. or fun out of their extra waking betrothal were soft and
-- -- was It the intentof rich, sheltered
nours. if the lind they need more, l let them go ahead and have more behind long straight -
sleep, unsham'ed by professors By way of information, The Clewiston News Is going into 36 states Sarananda's guide that she would lashes that vied in blackness with the 4: i.._
or anybody else who may claim that six simply sit with
hours are enough.-Tampa Tribune. {and Canada and has a net paid circulation of more than2,000. folded hands and do crown of raven hair plIed high above
nothing? Was she merely to let matters her low forehead.

"I STUCK TO MY ,COU.BSE." ,I It would be worth going to the Watnabe just to meet Madame but wait?drift ouas! they_ might, and Her slim, shapely white shoulders,

Some 9,000 miles have been flown by Charles Lindbergh since he with the food as good as it is,, there is just no good reason for staying More perplexed than bared for her evening gown, glowed:
ever, about with
iway. the
sheen :
)deft Washington on December 13, last, for Mexico City. He has visited her future,' she was so deeply ab health Her youth and perfect
Central and South America and the West sorbed clasped on the
Indies-15 nations and dependencies In her thoughts
in Now that Abe Nadel is established in Clewiston we expect to pee i that as she dressing table's::: ds. were patrician
Monday afternoon at 5:01: he landed at the St. Louis field, walked up the avenue, she
passed }bands
having accomplished some startling changes made on that corner and when he gets that complete since childhood carefully
a nonstop flight from Havana, Cuba, in 15 hours several acquaintances, without
35 minutes. line of ladies' dresses and men's suits, it looks like the mail order even shielded from all useful work.
and Explaining the remarkable seeing their
success of his tripLindbergh .
louses will go out of business. The crossed feet
too, that peeped
Bald; "I stuck to my course steadily." in a trance, she was mo'Ing out from beneath p'.."

Just the other day some writer declared mechanically homeward udergarments of
that Lindbergh's successful Mrs. Walker Stansell, jr., daughter of Mr. and Mrs William G. Amesis taking no the softest, .:;hO rest silk, were small
Paris flight was 98 per cent luck. We take it that it heed of her surroundings,
was at least 9S percent spending a few weeks with her parents at the, Clewiston Inn. Know, observing I and, dainty, their charms enhanced
Lindbergh., if not more, and that the. "luck" neither the hurrying pedestrians
percentage of northe
Upon it-if Indeed attendant jng Mr. and Mrs. Ames, we were, quite prepared to meet the new: visitor stream of I by higlUieeled slippers with great! .
there was any such thing connected with motor raffic whichcrowded
it-was Jeweled
not buckh.s..
but after here
meeting we're convinced
more than ever that those
than two the
more per cent. Undoubtedly its explanation avenue. At Sixtieth
carried in the 'Ameses" have a corner on charm and personality. Street still lost Most girls, at such time, with their r'
Lindbergh -in
statement above ; thought
quoted-"I 'stuck to mmy course steadily." she engagement dinner
There is the secret of Lindbergh's started to cross to the north curb. I / close at hand
success, and of all other success. For a real clew to Clewiston turn to would have been busy with them-
rho :young aviator-the progress page one of this !Issue Just at that moment a touring'
greatest of them all
Ho starts some place and bends notable for not piddling. and learn what we do here when a building and loan organization wants filled with merry roisters swung out selves, estimating their physical ,
every energy on going there. charms,
is lost find another money.Ifyou. of the line of traffic and turned th studying their hair, their ,I'
way, he follows the
course. No stunts eyes, their -
are indulged, shoulders their
the rapidly. The driver
for chatting
purpose of
making a show and attracting peering
Lindbergh has succeeded in attention. Without them see anyone in Hendry county jumping with glee next Tuesday with the girl at his side, misgauged in' the mirror at tim back ,..
garnering greater of their
pf the flyers put together. notice than all of the rest I ler'wtll be because that contracts will bo awarded on' that day for his distance from her. At thirty- gown "to judge: Its effect, '
Opinion that
he looking
the .of is can accomplish anything 1 in I!that' esstretch of road from Belle Glade to Clewiston. ;' five miles an hour the great car forward with eager excitement -
way flying
Lindbergh is only human general.and Perhaps his that is an exaggerated: opinion, for [ / *n Deane Duff believes In doing things.' As supervisor of town bore down relentlessly on the unob.I I to the approaching climax, to
machine the triumph
only man-made. of their
as ho sticks to his cburse he will But as long ,r' 'Iv }ie saw the need of more palm trees bq** V """ too ClewlR-! serving girl in Its patti. j i bition. girlhood's am. M
very, much .. Carol
a perfect flying score than will very nearer making,! ,.,nd in, the civic center The next day i _zed like Too late the man saw the Impend this Dare had chosen
i those who ) "
fall to chart a moment for that
course fo.ollow
and most
flm trees were seen rumbling along the ing tragedy and his
It undeviatingly.- Tampa Times. r- \\ol! Full swung strengthdesperately of all 'occupations-thlnkiug.

::ns appeared in what -was previously a tre, i against the wheel, Too
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: LOCAL DRYGOODS and Ithfs! Clewistoa store on Francisco

//s IN LABELLE j I F llj 1: Celotex Town Topics 1!1 j ji r CHURCH NOTES'J street ho plans to offer prices bushes with a. much wilder aspect

jI I i I h .... .... .. .. __'! }[q---- ,_... ---- STORE IS SOLD that 'vould ilo justice to a. New York than we note here today. There wasa
By t I
i !1'! I A. L. and L. H. Crow, Clewiston Rev. W. T. Bailey has, as tho sub. TO ST. PETE MAN lepartment 'store. farming colony here at that time
... .
---- about twelve Japanese whom we
l I and Fort Myers builders will spend ject for his Sunday morning sermon of
H. L. Delaney, Emory Hodges and Watanabes Ranked! understand were noted fpr their fine
the weekend in Fort Myers. .
"A Cit)', Built in theVllderness" A. G. Nadel To Carry
Harry Delaney; spent last week iu.I produce and attractive packing! as
11 o'clock As Boosters
This will be given at the Early ,
k Tampa. I.Little Inez Fletcher is recovering. session in the Clewiston Community Line of Women's vouched for by Major House a producer
broker then at Fort Lauderdalenow
-- I from a. recent ..illness.Mr. church. For the evening service: at Ready-to-Wear By A. L. Matte:on
Dan G. :McCormick, Sr. and son a guest at tho present Watanabe
7:30 p.m., his subject will be "A It is indeed interesting to the many
Lester McCormick of Lakeland are Wash. Hotel, with his wife, here in ClewIs-
and Mrs. Bailey "
f Roy '
Story of Dreams Come True. Sale of the stock and fixtures or friends of Madam and Papa Waa .
visitors this ton.
LaBelle week. Ington, D. C., have recently movedto
.y the Davis Dry Goods store on Fran. nabe to know that they are the real I Six years ago Mr. and Mrs. 'Watanabo .
Clewiston. Those who attended the morning I
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Morse were I ciaco street to Abe G. Nadel former. pioneers of Clewiston, coming here (Madame and Papa) openedthe
service at the Clewislon Community
weekend visitors In Fort Myers.I Mrs. Kitty Minnler Williams of church last Sunday, February the ly: of St. Petersburg was announced over fifteen years ago from Sacra., old Watanabe Hotel on the

f Tampa Is visiting her parents Mr. yesterday mento California when the only Inhabitant ridge and it is known that this hotel
12th, wero indeed the richer! for it, by Mr. Nadol, who said ,
Mr. and Mrs.: Geo. Cason are attending Clewis. always had the reputation of
and Mrs. Harry Minnier of for Rev. 'W. T. Bailey gave: a splen- that the entire store front will be here was an old fisherman.
this and tflf-
court in Moore Haven good cuisine and hospitality
week. tI' ton. did talk on "Optimism" or "Rejoicingin remodelled, a new stock of goods There was no road or way of getting en guests would arrive by boat before -
In Which Wo Live."
the Age
brought in and then in or out of Clewiston exceptby there other from
E.: W. )McCully local estate brokerentertained all of the nec- was any way

r Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whid- several visitors from '- pssary stock and equipment added to boat until the Moore Haven branchof tho east coast. Even at that businesswas
and pleasingly
Dr. Bailey very logically
den a fine baby boy on Feb. 9. Moore Haven and Fort Myers. Eachof built up a picture of our mod. make:: the place a real city store. the Atlantic Coast Line was run pretty dull and discouraging and
more than once :Madame says she
the visitors declared they were ern complex civilization, pointing out For the, past few days Mr. Nadel one down to Clewiston about five '
OlIn Phillips of Alva was the had decided It best to close but different -
with Clewiston
of Harry Rogers last weekend. favorably impressed the salient points that characterizeit has been going over the present years ago. The Watanabes farmedIn friends urged them tc stick it
1 possibilities. namely-the multiplicity of inventions stock, rearranging it on the shelves" this locality for nine years, experiencing out, and that if they closed the town

the complexities of Uyir..cthe &nd figuring sosts to make possiblean real pioneer.hardshipt: would
'' In so madam agreed by,
Miss Ava. .Ezelle of Alva was sheriff delivered
Everybody's happy The
LaBelle last weekend as the' ,guestof I checks exposure of all things to tho public even greater slash in prices to much greater than is known to Everglades "Alright, I stay I want town open"
the yester.
and reward moral worth. :lean out all of the
eye, the for prestnt stock. farmers today but their We remember the old Watanabe

Miss Edith Magill. day. Now Gertrude-he just happened He pointed out and convincingly, "While Mr.:", Davis was conductinga faith in the future remained un Hotel on the ridge which was connected

to be the delivery boy. that wlthall we are richer and more sale for the past few days," the '
Airs Joe Brinkley and son Joe Jr., shaken., They had purchased 40 acres with the dining room of the

'' I fortunate for living at the present I new Clewiston mercnani said, "it is of land from a Miami company, but present Clewiston Inn but a. new
are guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Charles Christian iu teaching
Fresh, of Tampa this week. and that the. person who bemoans my intention tf' make prices on this had their payment refunded as the building was erected in the meantimeon
I school at LaBelle.
the present and harks back continu' stock even lower in a sincere effort land was entirely covered with water Francisco, the present location of

Miss Annette Rogers spent Monday I I ',[ally' to the "good old days," Is to be '"to attract people to my store and to and no way of draining it at the Watanabe Hotel. Long live "Ma_

:Moore Haven as the guest of Walter Twiggs and daughter ex pitied for he jeopardizes his own make room for the big new stock I that time. This vicinity was a mass dam' and "Papa" Watanabe.

I' in pect to leave for Georgia ,Saturday.Paul chances for development and er.oy.1: I am planning to !In 3;a11".
Miss Mary Gantt.
ment.' A full line of ladies' ready to wear

-- In : Bussey of Fort Myers and "We are not asked to' take a silly and a stock' of latest fashions In
B. 1\10 e'spent Monday
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I Georgia has. recently. moved to "Pollyanna attitude" toward things, nen's suits are some of the improve.

Moore Haven attending to business. I Clewiston. He" is working. at the sug but if we develop a sound, healthy meats Mr. Nadol: l is planning.The ALSTON'S, DRUG STORE
Felda truck ar mill site. code of optimism concerning our own new Clew ton!:! merchant was ---FOR-
Mr. E. L. Stallings,
will be able to with the, in business for
in La : age we say u\ number of yearsin
,,. grower was a business When the Clewiston Woman's club Psalmist, "This is' the age that the Fort Myers and ,:-still operates a SERVICE: AND SATISFACTIONTry
Belle Saturday.J. ,
members make the survey to award Lord hath made, rejoice ye :and .be store in St. Petersburg. for M
us Everything: in ho Drug and Sundry liner
that prize for the best lawn the following glad in it." More thqn 25: years in the business
'. -' H. Fears of Fort Myers was a
ti) Celotex Townites will un. las given him "a' keen buying ability -
LaBelle visitor Sunday.
doubtedly be in the running with .
Steady Progress
'' their good-looking lawns: John Hens- J\ ,.. ,
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Mr. Sam Thompson of : '"= -
lay, Bill Harris and Harry Minnier. Main Point Here r6.&f,
r' was in LaBelle Monday. "
Visitor Believes "*'

A. L. Matteson has purchased 3 ;
Harold :Magill .of Moore Haven was '
in La alligators as the beginning rt a min Steady progress toward the completion T'\1.t; : ;
weekend. guest or homefolks, <
iature zoo for Celotex Town. of the! major program in HEKTDRY .
:Belle.. this section Is the feature of Clew. 11, COUNTY :;:;;, :

W. B. Manning is spending the Mr. Brantly has -jone to .Fort' My. iston'di development that impress. ; .i. ; i

has ed H. J. Burt: of Wheaton III., who( week in Tampa. ers to bring back his; wife who : ;
.-- been ill at the Lee Memorial hospitalin with Mrs. Burt Is spending a week ;i. } ABSTRACT CO.
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"_ .Y' Mi9J .Addie Crews of Felda spent that city for the past few weeks. at the Clewiston Inn. "' ,I i
the town does not ., 'i
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Sunday in LaBelle. :"i" :., } I
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Mrs. Bain accepted "
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i. I' Miss Olney Blount of Bain I ,. ;;, .. ( i.j;., :. .., \ ,,- ", ,'':, \, .,. ,
Moore Haven school. Mr. ,.
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who has also moved Moore Haven ', \ ". \ .
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I\ ; friends. are extended. by their many day. I to mill.the of cane the operations 1,500 ton a and day completion sugar ; :f'" ;}. t ':, : :}: t if.; .:;i., : :" '>\i;: ::,. :::: .-, ;;, :':>;:; ;, .;:::':: .:::{ i ,t ;;'.j;\

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--- Commenting on the Clewiston :: ';.'\\:,' .: ;1 .:.: .:..';::. :;'1:: ;to" ,' ; ::; ..,: :;j: '.r::, :/. ;;: :ti. ' <'I; .',.' './::' -. .':.' ;1 1I
), '* Harry :Rogers and Olin Phillips SPORTSMAN VISITOR' I I r'h 1/"''; t..-':,. Q4. .. !' iY''' ';;r..1..\A'r; .\ : ; : ;"I. I .,.( ;. \.::.

were Mrs.Moore Couch,Haven who has visitors been Sunday.visit- .Joe Sandberg-, well ,known Fort I northern closely News, Mr.but people''he Burt said are said he following was,that glad many to it I ,, ::i '-l':;:lt\t t f,:; ,t: ;; : ":: ;: : I;..::..\; .,,,'":;'..':"';;i:.,: ::.:.:':' il:; j ; );'. ':.;).ii .' j f

ing her son Cy Couch for the win. Myers sportsman whose ability on see local news given such prominence I "' .,...(, .".::)1'1, ,',,. .'...''. ..: ? ..', .," t. ,,#-,,"'. ...,..(".," .. .. ," ,'..,, II
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t mingham, Ala., on Saturday. along the southern west coast of the in the neighboring communL, ::f.<\< ; :, i ; ::t; II

I ties will be for .. _, : ;11'
state was a visitor at the Clewiston largely responsible ,A4f.y. ; \ Y-.j+ 1 t..-.
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Mrs. Herbert O'Bannon is 'News : making the News a success. .;. .. .'' \; ;
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;$e Hv; :: Complete Abstracts of Titles In / 0.Jt : :V'r'y -! !I
lescing after a brief illness. Mr. Sandberg who is connected /:

with the Chrysler-Dodge represent Freight Station .;; : ,1 t ;,:j; >i;;;. ;;\;;}[fg-;;.: ; :

Red of Sears tives ot'Fort he :
Gay and Uke Smith ':\Irerg said that was : / : ; ; .
Beautification I .
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attended the dance Saturday .fright Moore Haven on business and : 'I

in LaBelle. "couldn't resist th'e temptation to Nearly Finished ; ; ,a

., Genel Kelogg of Okeechobee City have"I'm another more sold look on at this Clewiston.place every" Beautification of the new 'freight i : '.-'f !; : ;" c: ;'"; '' :, :' .'t ,, ;i 2 f'f'2\2 't .r .. :

was end. visiting home folks last week time informed I see of it"the he Legion said and dance on being lu-re station well of under the way Atlantic, it was Coast announc.Lineis ., }, r i, : :, 'r : .: :: Ip !:;: t y1'j \

,tomorrow night said that he and ed yesterday by, A. It. Plant, local <,q ?':,;r."/- ."t ." '.i' '.= -.tt ..,'..j I-:..,.,I--'f '\ ".''vft.... '''' h't .. ," ;f' .., ',. }. ... ':.' I ,
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: Hugh Mauck, Ffcrt Myers Legionnaire ;1 rt at' = 'N Yy R, IS'I) I

andf Mrs. George Osborne New will be present. said that within the next few 'weeks,

Yorkers of ,the LaBelle Heights col. the Clewiston freight department I' ,, T 1.rr .
will boast not only of one of 'the
ony are touring. the southern part '
of Florida this week. HATHAWAY BOOSTERS TO MEET most beautiful station grounds Ini, $ i>tfg& i fir'.

this section of the state, but that I : N vteM;; Wfe

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber, Mr. its equipment for handling freight

I Plans for the organization of a will rank with the most modern.An I
: and Mrs. E. A. McElroy enjoyed a .
;"f.:'T- 'motor trip to Clewiston on Monday. Clewiston branch of the Hathaway. electric conveyor will carry i' :.. ;:" or :' ,:.. ';' .' :: : ':'..:') '-::

:t': ForGovernor club will be discussedat the freight from the docks at the ; /_ {rr ; I

a meeting tonight in the old school station to the trains .
L. O. attended in platform at the ,' :
Gravely '
Moore Haven Tuesday. house building. I covering tho 40.foot distance in a : : .:.,: .' In connection, with our abstract business we are agents. IIi II:

The meeting will be primarily for I few seconds and eliminating conges ;tJ J": : :

Misses Glenn Rudd, Hilma Bardin the purpose of selecting a delegation I tlorj where the freight is unloaded ? I ,

and Texas Rogers motored to Moore to attend a meeting in LaBelle next ..from boats coming in from other \: W': ; for several of the largest Fire Insurance i Companies

Haven Monday night when a program for communities around the lake. ,. *\f: ; -
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the county HathawayFor-Governor For local freight a stretch of marl \

S ;iHarold, HeimUcksen: John Atta ,a. club will be worked out. rock pavement more than 100 feet ;j\; > :., . in America and are prepared to render ,I
Bio, Dave Burchard and, Harry Rog. I long adjoining the station .is being ;: ( :.X-' .
completed and on the east side of r;;: .
in Sears :
were afternoon.
Tuesday .
N. Y., arc registered at the LaBelle ,.
Lodge. They are here to, inspect and the freight shed great terraces of ". '*::4fi\:<1.,':. : "' efficient service In this line j.. ., ....:r..X r.....;.::...;tlo' .:
dirt have been thrown which ; ; : ,. .
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Mrs. Julian Bussell and babies of improve property in LaBelle HeightsE. .. -,- ,: .- ,
Moore grass will be planted. \,
are visiting her par.
ents Mrs. "The new station will be, a creditto ,II
and Mrs. A. Bronsuu.Mr .
L. Rogers made a business trip/ Clewistou from every standpoint"Mr. ,j::1:

,. and Mrs. Green of Moravia, to Fort Myers on Tuesday. \ Plant said. .._ --.,_ ,,_ __ _-=,,_ _-,- -=- .- ::: .-_ _' = -' = ', r> = -:- =<;-!=C'_ ::1:1co

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We are now building entirely new, buildings on Atlantic avenue; adjoining the; Passenger Depot Site, providing

N facilities to take care of all of the needs of builders and home owners. This 'will cover all construction materialsand ,

all equipment for the modern home.; In the meantime we are caring for the trade at the old stand. Let us quote .- ,

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;a ';;, :. own fine home as iris today. Never have prepared a free book, with the Celotex gives you a home that is cool on r "

co-operation of recognized authorities, that sweltering summer days and nights; snug '. ,; {,,:' ,
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4(.; :. way. this vital subject. It tells you how to, restful and quiet. : !'
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'>t f .:. .. won't need a lot of money to get the shows you how good a home your present Send for this book NOW :.: : : ; r f
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want The home of will It facts I; .j, '" ,
f.. ; you your rent money buy. gives you Every man, who is renting owes it to himself _. ..\ ...' ." ,,
:; {'\ ; dreams is well within your grasp today that help you select a reliable contractor., and to his family to read this book. It .'<" .'l,. 'I': (.

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< ,{" J'>" -ease of home ownership will amaze ; J
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own they always "f :
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; Ready man You, can have a BETTER home wanted. ) '':'1 .' i:
:, '' '-' : wants to own a home. Your lumber dealer, -
than you hoped for Don't put off this important matter an- :;; <, i ,

your employer, your banker, your realtor, other day. All you have to do to get the '.;'.;: .:'. 1 1
f ,' .' and your builder are ready to help you Moreover, this book will show you how: :
,.., facts is to mail the coupon below. This ..,;.'., 1 if
1 give your family the many advantages and you can own a better home than you ever n >- '-..
valuable book will be sent free and places ::< ,: .
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you no obligation. Send for your > :> '
Their co-operation: will help you finance the amazing building material that brings ",.,j t.', \
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:-'-! J/ ; build it the and winter. This materialis 'THE CELOTEX COMPANY: Chicago, Illinois F :.,
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THE FNCEJ visited they expect us to say. "U is

A LOVER Where Notables Stop When Seeing Florida's Everglades"' I wonderful and possibilities are 1n.

S. limited'. Where 1 could not see tie
J BY OLDTIMER possibilities I was frank to say sot

'. ',- Clewiston is especially favored this 4 I and so have probably made several
season with the prospect of nearby : '. .. ', ,, ;.7ff p1 enemies in my trip through the state.
big league baseball, ....;i' ; ; .. I
professional '. .' '''' ;; "A brief insight into the conditionshere
ot! St. Louis, the,3'rowns ;l'i m/lo 'kJJ4'ijy jj : -e' 'p': "'
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Athletics of PhllaUeL u'"" ,' .;: ..."',"., I j" l. f ; <.1.. Eo: ;, I I I future.. "
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, .' Fort Myers is aealn, preparing to I ,. -OOI'I" I,', .......:(. ,"A_" t f't; : !); "" t '"' !;..r i4:1' j I I that probably some smaller ..communities
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' I FL Myers interests made $SOO on last entirely of sugar cane fibre: the Clewiston Inn Is icpiuly becoming) known as one. of 'Florida's most comfortable hotels., Attractive design, and you. ,

city responsible but added this the hospitable welcome accorded arriving guests and the exceptional recrea Mr. MacDonald who lived for several
'.,.. seasons practice gahes, If the comfortable appointments are largely : to are
can only; breal even, the publicity tional facilities available on tho tennis or croquet t courts or on the miniature golf links at the- Inn door. stone's throw from the Inn are available years in the sugar section of

"lihJ.aiue: is inestimable, since a coiisidtW boats both motor: and sail to carry the visitorvon: a trip over Lake O tcho bee. Louisiana while impressed with the
height of Clewiston_ cane was Impa_
!able corps of sport and feature wilt "- ,
i ANew I tient to taste a piece of the local
"""ers from the metropolitan dallies aLways this column will pint out a predictionon I. V:,, Turner agency; supervisor was York. Editor 1 New York editor withheld commenton
product to compare its sweetness
accompanies the team on jhese in Clewiston recently on business .
I the possibilities r.ere'until figureson
before opening
the pennant race
Says Clewiston I with that of Louisiana
w spring irainiug; jaunts sending ,back
day, judgment is reserved tor the the work accomplished were presented "Now that is remarkable," ne said
reams of ??god stuff oa the climate Webster Myers, telegroph operatoris Growth Assured .
circumstancescan to him. After a thorough study after tasting it "I was sure that _
present many
'and the hospitality .y of the town in his new location at the new '
of every angle of the situation, Mr .Louisiana cane would be sweeter butI
Y',; The Cardinals are picked to repeat arise to alter conditions ofhe freight depot here. The sugar cane production) of the Allen said; am thoroughly converted to this
their triumph of year before last for pre.season period. [J readers recall, I '
northern Everglades and the generalI "I have disappointed, I think, too (Continued on page 8))
several reasons, principally the) ,pres- Cincinnati last season: seemed sure improved with Hugh Critz at second,
I plan for the (development of Clewis
'' ence of Bill McKechnie at the helm, to give the other western clubs and and a good outfield, but the combination r

and the return of Bob O'FarrelU the the Giants a furious battle for first could not win ball games, and I ton .is probably the soundest, und er.*

best catcher in the league, to his division places in the National, on after all, that's what keeps<: the game I taking in Florida today, according toE

'" steady job back of the plate unhandicapped the paper possibilities of the club. going. So we 'llWl'o[ to wait till the I : 1,. Allen: editor of the ,Jamestown

.:. by; the managerial worries of From the day the season opened the gong sounds for 1928 before going on ; N. Y. Post who spent the weekend

last year. Alexander and Haines iwll Reds were in the dumps und seemed. record.It j I in .Clewiston en a tour of the state. 1 11j 1i'S

J bear the brunt of the pitching, 'Frank utterly incapable of getting-out, los is hoped to make this column .a i i Statements of Mr. Allen were corroborated __c__

ie Frisch on second should b? even ing thirteen of the first fifteen games regular feature of The Clewiston ''I. by J. MacDonald, Inter.--JL.-

better than last season, when he I if memory served 1 correctly.; Up to News, and any of its readers who I national News Service correspondent

made the fans forget the great! the opening game, the club .appeaied wish to air their views> on any angle 1 of Tampa who accompanied Mr. Allen

Hornsby, Bottomley at first is just to have a capable, well-oaianced I of any sport should .shoot;>tiit\dope; on the trip.Confining. .

.in his prime, and Tommp Thevenow,. pitching' staff, good catching, a fair care of the Ne'va / v his remarks to the sub.-iii I

whose great playing won the World's infield which would have been much Tl ( stantial appearance of the town, the
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in the last campaign. Whether @p 2i2isiajsi3isjai3j3iaI + du'i i l 'efepfr"' Ja I efepi Ji ,;

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picked the Athletics at the 2J / :

art of last season. to win the Amer- Whether' You ar "just passing' through" planning to I

._:an League pennant after a hard

fight with Detroit, New York, and i spend a delightful winter at Clewiston. a warm welcome I

Chicago, finishing in the order nam- i

ed. The runaway race made by the awaits youOkeechobee./t t\The r Clewiston Inn 'on the shore of Lake '

powerful Yankees is pas history now, / ..'
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their ability,to: repeat, since the team I
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fiat,much and supericr excepting, especially Koenlg, at in thej the I',-j[I }: :..4'J:'J: :;; : f:, ;,:!:z:: ( Y5, :: .J .I1.: *: '{ :T T5y t Jt / Two of' many excellent reasons why you ,

field as well. '#;;$* I [2] \. ', -<, ., -- ., ;. .. I should let us do your )laundering. :. ;' ..;fe'V: : :: v, j
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, stand favorable, comparison with that Give your clothes a chance.: Make them last .

r of course the, Yankees that the Babe always is provided in condition of, (([2] .: .- -: 1 longer and hold their color better.. .,,
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,2 1 i ',1' finished he did proi-ict-iuring and 1927.would Combs be a Is star a'' t!( I i : \. .. ':: ,;" :>-"l. ...' > 'J' :\< (;,, .!: ," ,.", .... ,'-\.,. I j j1

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team that
i f', on Ruth,any but the slugging didn't of Al boast Sm( 4 .* '' >V- :,'\1-;. : ;.,> : ;):'; 2 :) : ::<:::P'Y:; :::-' ,; ::'0:" '1
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use in right. 5
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,"former years, George SIsler, .has gone )' : ;'I' ; "-f-" :. ,.,:,. .r1.b''. : ( 'r..ri.p"':, Write to -: .: ;j', -i:.."' :;(". CLEWISTON ,,1
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5-1 t r he Browns look to better their ;I Istanding : .. '. "jf; ;; ; >/;; i::V:-: ;:;\f: -; LAUNDRY .;', :

..- of last year somewhat, and I, ": .,'. .1., ", -", :. _.' 'I, .. S I ')'
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sistent. Even with Sls1( le r gone, they; .(

seem to have possibilities of greater'.improvement i .5 :: The lewiSton Inn -..... .

I '7. than any of the other I S : .
eCODCl division teams. ,

Hugh Fullerton, the dean of sports a 5 'H.-- : I
writers, was notorious for his un.',[ Clewistan ) .
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) the wrong learn to win, and tho I .
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--z 00 Men Are I St. Louis Visitor | First Potato Crop BEST LAWN $26,000 In Shares community. or resigned ,from the .as.soclatlo. I

Is Cane of Season is Shipped PRIZE WILL Local ,
CaOnly Bought By
.,/s1 Rejected InPicking I Says ne I With pe close of the nominations,

4',' I Jury I At Clewiston To Northern Cities BE AWARDED People at Meeting the 'secretary was. authoiized,:lo, cast.. '

I I I (Continued from page 1)) one ball t and the following; dlrec. ,.4.

:\L i (Continued from page '1)) An ordinary conception of sugarcane (Continued from page 1)) : brought out taut :I:nl"ry 'county had '(Continued from page 1)) \logs were unanimously'- elected: !'

smpiesslonJ economical cultivation here and cral discussion and the fact was, William G. Ames, J, R. Alston
..ouths, and because the .:list of vs-I' does not convey tin I llore ) make, a loan from; them. .

was' rap'd' !>' being, exhaustnircrneit .J of sugar' cane as seen In Clewiston I explain that th i need of less feitili.i ,expended a relatively small amounton "I,, first Joined a building .and loan \Villiam. : Cecil Owen. ,. 'Wilber. Dj Cole:
i according to Honorable Nathan itp booth 'n compaiison: ) with oth- 1H.. 'Plant and'E.. L. Stewart.i: .-. ...
ed. i i zer in the :rich black;: muck soil is. association in 1900 and for the subsequent '
.V 'Frank of Saint Louis, Missouri, er counties of the state. Mrs. E. C. 1 President and Sl4retary'In be j

Circuit ',Judge, George. .W., WhiteJiurst who in company with Mr, and j another outstanding argument for Cole stated that a prize, of $$75 had 15 years' 1 was', .'a steady sab- elected. at the next meeting 'of the t
: I this, section as :a, potato ''country.Concernig .t
ruled however. that the case Irs. Isaac T. Cook also of St. Louis[ been awarded the sugar cane exhltiL_ scriber. ; I board of directors. 1
*: r i U.is11'. Jackson said: ** .'- ,
would be heud'ill Gidiles county. and stopped in Clewiston on his return i. "There arc ti! .voral important fac Highlights of tha program were 'This was_ after I .had left} school I I
\ from Havana, and left yesterday via. ,the amusing reading, given by Miss ----------____. '.
that .a juryyoutd' ,be impann led if j tors which show that the black muck and it was not. only the best .way to / 1 .;
; es Charlene and Catherine Heard of I
West Palm Beach for his home "I- -
every ;;voter, in' the county had [0'be I soil Is ideally suited to potato grow. Invest small.sums but was also the
Indianapolis, "The Baseball Game.
i i Mr. Frank who is a former congressman CLASSIFIED I j 7
\ : ing. only way ,to, insure 'definite rhonthly I
called /: :. and also former owner of and "The Sewing Circle.! 1 1I
\ I I "In the first place the soil is more I :
With the list of ,the first 200 ex. |,! the St. Louis. Star said that he' had I A social hour' followed the adjourn. ., j')" -----. ---'.-<"' '
I productive, resulting in '
a the
fact that
Emphasizing sub.
hausted Wednesday_ noon adjournment j i been a frequent visitor to Cuba and:I ment of the club and tea vas servedby I .' '
yield per acre. The next important scribers to stock in the Clewiston
!'thought he knew. sugar cano, "but" Mr. G. E. Conne'I.! .j .
= announced until yesterday I
wa.j matter to be conyldered is 'the low. home building association need: not
I jhe said "I have never<<; seen anything I Members and guests present were
when the sheriff was orderedto er cost of tilling! because of t the be restricted to local lesIdenLs, Mr
i' that compared with this proj ct," 'I Mesdamey C. A. Jackson] T. H. Jackson I
bring iu 30 more veulrenien. I richer soil here ai'd the third but no G. Burt. decared that outside capital
| The "industrial, foundation tempered W. Gordon. Tiaeger, Olsen, I 1
less important is the climate which be interested. .
An acceptable jury was .reached with excellent temperature and I i : Franc Howard, S. V. Robbins, G. should ;' '
permits earlier ptallltng'nnd ,conse. Wllb-er "A growing town needs the build.
yeaterdy, afternoon at about)) five weather conditions, as well as a fine I Connell,; D. Cole, Dave Alston ,
I quently: shipments to the north while }ng and loan association"' he .contin.
Tom Smith, C. II. MacDonald, 1
agricultural background"' was the]I '
o'clock ,and alter '&i message from "
basis for Mr. Frank's statement that the price is still high enough to be Louis[ Morgan: Jr., E. C. Cole, G. L. ued. ,
Judge Whitehurst, the jury was or. .very attractive." v "Outside capital is good too. Peo-
this section will havcf a wonderful j Sims, W. S. Whltten, H O. Thomas,
dered to the Moore Haven hotel unJer future. 'Burt, Jesse Tippey, J. E Beardsley ple in the north with money to invest

I'' NEWS IS BOOSTED I should"be glad of the oppor-
the supervision
4 of Glades eouuly Mr. Cook who with ,his wife also. Puffer, Paul Hardman, Jean Whitman -

.l Sheriff Richards.Iu .I left yesterday to return to St. Louis j Heard, W.. T. Bailey, Paul tunity presented to them"
j High praise for, the manner tfn Schroder Misses 1 Julia Landers, The steady increase' in.credIt bus.
the speaking of Clewiston said and
meanwhile Dr. Sirmans, in. :
\ I which Mi's. E. L. Rogers is ,coverIng Marthan ,and Inge'oorVill1amsoll iness, Including time payments not I
"Each time ,I visit Clewiston I observe
dieted by the spring grand jury on, '
great improvement: constantly LalJelle news foit The Clewis. tad Charlene and Catherine Heard. only on homes but on virtually everything -

;, a charge of first degree, murder is ton News was expressed iu several we buy was the :preface of
being made. I can see the things thatI If your vacant lots in Clewlslon! are
; out on a $15,000 cash, bond and has letters received at the office this New York Editor a talk on building and loan by G. B.
visualized when I first came, rapidly for sale or exchange, write price ,
been 'living' in ,Tampa since he was I'i' shaping themselves into reality week. Says Clewiston Heard who explained that it is to Paul Schroder & Co.. Chamber xr
rand Spot news and events of interest through the building and loan asso. .e
/wndett. ._ I am very certain that Clewis of Commerce Bid., Miami, FIs. s4
; ; I I "- -- ,in the social world are being covered Growth Assured ciation that the' builder is able to .

: Those finally* selected,:to-serve'on ton is destined to be a city much 2t.
fully and the greater part oft, the relieve the working man of 'the bur. ..
l f the jury! composed mostly: of farm larger than I had ever dreamed of (Continued from page 7)) ,
,- LaBelle news in the Clewiston News den of paying rent, and he cited instances If you want a home built? In ClewIs. .:
; ers are Tomie Griffith, TV. N. ,:3IcKnigh I I when I first became interested in section now. I never ,tasted any (cane
i thi's week Is a result' of the news of where the salaried man ton or want to buy a home; address : -1j
j ., J. J. RJdgdlll, 'L. C this section in '1927." in ,Louisiana that could compare ,to
j I, korn.1 I gathering ability of Mrs Rogers. with a nominal initial payment canbe Clewiston News ff ftr
mer L.
O. Lanford
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paying off on" his home, at less .'.
J Shackleford, W. R. Preston, George WANTED TO Following! their stay, here the party If your farm isfor sale or rent, send .

J Prescott, Jess Taylor: W. E.: B ol o BUY MRS. HOWARD GUEST returned to Tampa here 117F. and than a monthly rent, through the as particulars to Paul Schroder & Co. ,

.t i and W. H. Farmer. -- Mrs. Allen will remain for a few days sistance of the building and loan Chamber 'of Commerce Bldg:, Mia.
OLD RAGS Mrs. Franc Howard of the Clew companies. N
J The opening guns in the trial are before leaving on a trip to the Panama mi, Fla., '
iston 'Inn was the guest of Mr. and Six directors elected to
; expected to, be fired today when 5c POUND canal zono. Ho will return to new were ,
1 Mrs. C. H. MacDonald at their home fill the vacancies caused by those See me for Better: Buildings". B. M.
: court convenes at ten o'cldbk. J his editoiial. desk on the JamestownPost
i ; Clewiston News on Arcade a.cnue: Wednesday ., who have 'either moved out of the Beach, Clewiston, FJa. Box No.6,
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