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: March 16, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00153
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1 I Where Industry and Agriculture I : : I.The 'Center of America's New

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BID FARM 500 late acres last of ROll TO NORTH .' lEGISLATURE former proprietors and Madame of the S. Watanabe Watanabe LIST

on the, Clew- hotel will leave tomorrow afternoonfor !

I O. L. Jeffries it was: an Beans and Peas Are Entry of Glades Pioneer Seattle, Wash., from where they Three La Belle Men and (

Prize Herd of cane field su Heaviest; Freight Out-, Brings Number of Of- will sail on March 26 for their home i lOne-, From ,Clewiston_ 1

oJ I look Here! Good Says, fice Aspirants to Threeurged in Japan.
I Here Soon; Bring Total to Eight.
ground was ,
the Plant.Six The Watanabes announced their, intention .
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1 May Be and the plant- by his host of friends to en.
I of returning to their former Three more candidates from La
I carloads of Evereglades vegetables ter the race for Hendry county rep. I
\ resentative in, the state legislature, home some weeks ago ,and'slDce; then Belle and a third competitor for tat
Atlantic Coast
Attracted to this. section x are rolling over
/ .Line tracks to northern markets and' J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston man arid I they have been feted at several fare office of county representative com ,

ortunlties )he believes tons of cane one of the pioneers" of the northern well parties, the last of which ,
I four more cars to leave within the 'I ing out during the past week added

here O. L. Jeffries d estimated I yield I next 24 hours will bring this week'sshipment I Everglades officially announced his given last night by Mrs. "Claude. .nose interest to the county political
lumbus 0. has completed candidacy through the Clewiston
of to ten carloads it was an Downs
? who
I News purchased the Watana situation and substantiated earlier) reports -
inents for a dairy, farm section should nounced yesterday by A., R. Plant, be's
interest in the local hotel. that the campaign and the'elecion -

:. ton and plans are now I 34,000 tuns of local representative cf the Coast: Beardsley's hat, in the,,ring brings Madame and Papa except to be on June 3 will be one of the
I the. total list of legislature
the shipping of 22 head of Line at Clewiston.The I 1 aspirants most interesting in the history,'of
vegetables all of excellent to 'three. The other' two are L. O. gone, ,about ten months after which
here in the Hemlry[ : county.
cows near this month ,
: quality were consigned to New York Gravely: LaBelle attorney and the they plan to return to Clewiston. At
Those their candidacy -
who announced
: The dairy farm which :s nine to, 12 I-and the four more to be ssipped will first attorney in Hendry county and. the request of Madame, the Clewison to' the Clewiston News this,

rated south of the highway that Judge J. ,A. Hendry the present in (.
go to point.
acres of new News Is reprinting their Japan week are James Taylor for offlcs cf

the town limits will be west Beans,: and peas predominated: cumbent. address so that their local friends tax collector; ,JP.. Hull for reelection -'

show places of the county:> also completed) shipments, the railroad man said the'l I His initials are J. E., but he is may write them: I ,as county commisslorcr-? from

..,' the plans of Mr. Jeffites! though egg plant and peppers were,'known throughout the length ,and Madame and Papa Watanabe: Felda; J. O. Clark, for re:?l ?ction as

ehad years of experience in also in the consignment.Of j I breadth of the Everglades and the: Fukuoka-Shi, Fukuoka-Ken county registrar }had; J. E. Beardsleyof

o'ong/ this Ha"?. the six cars, W. C. Hooker of:I I surrounding'' country by the more fa-;I Yoshizuka Machi Clewiston for office of county rep

f..l Tn the 22 heal! or the Clewiston Packing company representative -!!,miliar titlt of "Jim." Kinomi Dori, Japan. reseutative in the state legislature .

,.'> to be shippJu here are of the Robert T. Cochran I Jim arrived on the shores of Lake N Political activity !of the past week ,

soy milk cow and seven I company of New York :bhippeci: three I Okeechobee at Ritta where he and I ICLEWISTON"lN brings'' the, total number of aspirantsto

,' ., ',}heifers, conserved; to bu HERE cars; A. R. Plant, one car, anothercar ,his father had bought land, in 1914, MOORE HAVEN BEATS I eight. /. .

;- jrsi in ,Ohio. from the C. J. Gonternian ,farms,!, after ;two-dry trip up, the Hillsboio Jim Taylor ,vas born'in Florida anil<

',: Flans for lb-, distribution CROPS and one car from ''H O. SeOring. canal on the supply boat then run. I FAST I has been a lesulent of Felda- for the

:': milk to' the consumer' have The four more cars to be shipped ning in the, country. ,Although_ some past eleven years. When Hendry .

been worked will 4)e taken by the division ]Packing of the fishermen who then composedtht
out but Mr. J county was formed he ,was appointed,, '
;', and the South Bay entire population of the lake TWO TO ONE GAME '
said to now be considering Head company 0 county commissioner' by.: the governor'

visability of manufacturing Season Growers association. country were farmfug in a small way, rad held office for the 18-month 'pe-

and cottage cheese for sale A decided increase in railroad bus there was in those early days no con 'Home riod, refusing to run for'.reelection.
Teams, -
stores in Central South mess, not only, In vegetable shipmentsbut soil 'on a ,permanent; farming basis. Up He has been game warden and dep. '

"i., With 1,350 foot front on in freIght and express generally cerjed' effort to utilize the wonderful Struggle in Sunday: I uty sheriff of, Hendry county and is .',

Beach-Clewiston-Fort Myers of rain i was reported by Mr. Plant. The Beaidsleys were pleased with Afternoon Match one of the .largest planters at Felda.
first thunder tho possibilities, arid ,
.J the dairyman said he plans Shipments of farm products are ex.. determined; to I J. ,P. Hull another resident of Felda '
,J blessing to stay with 'the country and BY OLD '
] a help bringit 'TIMER
landscape gardening done pected to continue comparativelyheavy where he' ,has extensive interests Is
section and as ,to _its ultimate development then vi, As Doug, said to Thlelen at
; Larry
road frontage which, he for the rest or the season and seeking reelection! as county commissioner -
for 'good slotted, and now' being realized the conclusion '
form a fitting foreground a the local, representative sad that a a of that hot ball game from the Felda dtelnct. He Is

clean buildings and the : according continued increase in miscellaneous Clewiston, but" a few miles from the I Sunday, '"We're going to keep on trying one of the most active members of

I ment in the dairy proper. ent of the freight is also expected. Beardsley. homestead. ."' And brother believe' me It wasa the, present board and the main plank -
; company who 'Of course. : the 'novelty of new bill game. Nothing superior has I
;: in his, platform'is
; for the
: Popularity of this With vegetable and freight shIp- a proposal ,
greatest bene_ country and new and ;interesting work been shown this,-season ,by any of' the .
. II :' r, farming country also led Mr. ments coming into Clewiston by boat construction of. a county, roa'l( north,,', "
: was that kept us and happy," says Jim, big league teams ,training'in Florida.1: '"
after Investigation to the d for consignment by rail to northern and south connecting Clevfsto, La
/ of fires ] "but as I ,remember the feature tha"fl Good to fancy pitching 'Wonderful'f '
Belle, Immokalee and Evei' .
growi'K! his i wn forage crop paints every effort is being made glades. ,
: ,
t'4' ,in turn _stop. appealed to me most was the freedom JdIns on the 'part of one team '
I \" '" ,:-(eventual plans for th'e by the, CoastLine,.to, facilitate! 'hau 'ihe : .some,This he ,:expliaus*.fwoud! ;:..extend ,ihci .;' ,"" ,, '
/ over this tisual 'c nvenUonsdress. of slick base-running;; andra final 7 batting -,;
for 1'e!' ru.:stl'f inst?nat: dUng, and steps being taken to give I ridge road to connect with the Tams
.r f tender:' crops. We-- adopted the .fic'ho.nHn'..f............. .U..I.e. rally composed of the dtlectabla ,iami
cr aimryThf the shippers the most efficient Trail and would constitute the
service -
"' the \ practice of....doing with as few: clothesas dish 'set ,out for the fans at Clevristoa ,:
arl'lval'of the Ohio possible, ,Mr. Plant saind and shortest route from Miami\ to Tampa. ,
tit company, new:, possible, and I recall not havinga Ball Park, in the game between those '
and the installation of a work is now being pushed on the i J. O. ,Clark now serving his second ,i|
5)f that this pair of shoes on for four weeks. ancient rivals, 'Clewiston and Moore
will be an outlet, according grounds at' the station to make easier term as city commissioner and first /
and and pants was the costume. Haven I '
t.C rvers of the local situation handlnig possible. term as county registrar is seeking ,:'
will be three Bill Hooker, present county commissioner The pitching of Johnny ,Suggs) who ;
ie milk produced in this Instead of the present method of _reelection as reg stl'ar. He Iris han. 'V:
recalls seeing my father and set Back fc.iu1eeIoC 'the ,Cane Gang'
Mr. Jeffries has comp trucking the crates from the boatsto the registration book since the .<
are good he me in the field for the first time, on strikes, was the big' feature. Aa creation ':
transaction for the he cars by hand he Coast Line of the county and i i- considered .;.
I ranging from and remarking that 'those are the on, a previous occasion in ,Moore
acres of land 'and an 'option has ordered installed one of the'lat.' one of the most popular men .:
I selling at first Indians I ever saw who were Haven, this boy had everything ex-J!
ditional 60 acres, and he is est types of {1 in LaBelle. No opposition to his can-
:, conveyors, operated by i really working''at farming.:' cept support, and should have had, "
: Ohio completing a motor. didacy has yet been, brought out.. ]
i l Mr. Beardsley ,cleaned his a shutout to 'his 'a
Mr. Hooker ; up crops credit. Davis and
the the ; ,
shipping of herd.
I' .:. This will mean that the' shippers m the spring of 1917, and went backto Douglas' pitched some nice baIl- for'' pected
Hi splans for the );
'will load from the I :
boat the :
: ',:: rain here was on to the old stamping ground in Chicago the home' club, and neither should :
er, are tentative at present, I
j!! believed that should he prospects; for conveyor which will carry the crates to join the rest of the boys in .have scored, on: Sims and Larry.)!i POLITICS AT A GLANCE .,j\

over thefortyfoot distance to tho Uncle Sam's Thielen second ,
army. at for their
'witH respective -- *
ino his angle of dairying he .j3.
i :: ...,,
cars. A great saving in time and labor ,
; ply not only Clewiston but the acreage: of Enlisting in May, he was commis clubs contributed, the fielding For Representative -- J. A. Hen.dry : '

\ of unloading and reloading will sioned at Fort, ,, Sheridan in August of gems though the Clewiston, infield -
." tire section with whipping than antici L. 0. Gravely, boa of, La j
'\ fee cream. be effected through this system, it 1917. "The boys used to call us 'Nine work was, altogether. good. Lockett's Belle and J. E. B.aAr inlay:: of Clew ::y

Guernsey milk is conceded markets was explained. ty Day Wonders', ,and what we didn't ,two trips to the backstop for foul iston. '

1 the most saleable milk on even more fa For the local shipper's convenience: know about soldiering would fill a flies got a big hand, and Paul Alston'did For Tax Collector James Tay- '.\

ket and present indicalons :: (Continued on ,page 5)) (Continued on page 8)) a pretty job with the big mitt lor and Bill Andrews, both< of LaBelle. ,;

the dairy to be established potatoes ,are I until laid out by a foul tip in the )

be 'one of the most popular and every LABELLE MAN/ BOYHOOD FRIEND six. Douglas as usual displayed his For County Commissioners J."t,

/ southern end of the state. good maiket. (Continued on page 5)) P.. Hull of Felda for reflection and .:


GEORGE l I Ii $35,000 Water And For Registrar J. O. Clark for ; I,

i Light Plant Under reelection.For .
TO SPEAK Tax Asses 'I' Hind: L. ';

\ .--- A recent story in the Literary Digest with the larger boys-Tom Tate, WayJn_ Belle GladeThe Reeves for reelection. ',' ,

'r I concerning. an interview with I Will Porter, Bob Mebane, ,Tom Boyd, ,
According: to formal board Tom Tate, boyhood friend of Will the Yates boys and many'' other, and Belle Glade ,Light and Water

appearing elsewhere in this Porter, the famous author O. Henry, we little fellows all worshipped Will company are constructing a building I
proposal I IDEMAND
The News, George H, I .. fire con-on I f(-suJted'in a LaB ie: resident giving Porter ((0. Henry) for his Indian facing state road No. 25. Tho size LIGHT IN

Plant City, will speak to in extinguish. .dii interesting insight into the ways, his recitations on' Friday after of the building, will be 115x110, 40x40 i j I I MARKET REPORTS,

of the Clewiston'section: As- b(' 'llOC.d life of the famous aulhr.P noons, and as not told by Tom Tate, feet of it will be, used for the: light I I
the .
::4I1Y night in the interest of addell that I t U. Doub of LaBelle who went his performance on the guitar ar.d plant and 75x100 feet will bt used II I A weak to aodeiaic- demand in the
Lr for a storage gara.ge.The .
acy for the nomination mouth
the fires is to school with O. Henry, after read organ. north
strawberry markets of the
cost is estimated to be be.
gressman from this district. with I irs the article in the Literary Digest All the attraction was not lost by I .
Ing to the tween $35,000 and $40,000.V'3l1s'. of vita beans ce :.ng nt ?:4 and $5 for
announcement: dIs-I copied from the Philadelphia Ledger, ,us, for Will Porter, when he entered
will speak in Clewiston at varied depths will be drilled at once the best grade 'and a slow demand,
is granted it w'ote! exclusively foi The Clewiston clerk service for his uncle Clark

In front of Alston's drug the attorney :News, an interesting account of his Porter, whose drug store was oppo to furnish the city with good water. and the potato demand in Chicago
It is a desire of the to
Mr. Wilder, who was born memories of 0., Henry as a boy. site the old Benbow hotel, where were company [heavy, ii .Le.summary: of the latest
City, has been actively I : give the people of Belle)] Glad the
will help the The article which is/one of the most dispensed sodas, tobaccoes etc; vegetable market report. from the
with public service for : best water that can De had it was ?
J following his there have: valuable literary commentaries published when uncle Clark would not serve us said. Florida State Market Bureau.

graduation of copse in.this section of tho ,statefor these tobacco commodities, we only .
son University, he went to I had, to "wink" The complete report from Jack.ville
Drainage many years reads as follows: at Will Porter, and if I.
ton, where he served for TO THE FARMERSThe market is follows
we had the price I as :
damage done I The article, taken from the Literary we were never re
as an attache of the '
the smoke Digest of March 10th, ,brings back fused. Clewiston News, recognizingthe Jacksonville: Beans: ''la hampers
enate. For the next 14 ,
Wilder was private blowing over I I I memories of days tong gone by, whenI The old Benbow hotel, was the value of farmers in the devolp. green best 4@4 fair 23. Cabbage

I I as a boy, used to look back of property of Dr. D. W. C. Benbow ment of the Everglades, is anxious, Fla 1 1-2 bu.shel'hamp rs Wakefield
S. M. Sparkman, former
my parental abode, where I could seethe whose nephew is the present Mr. Ben to compile a list of all farmers of I 1125., Eggplant: Fla crates fancy
from this district Mr.
' LAKE house of Tom Tate, the fatherof bow, now living near Moore Haven, the section with a view to serving best $2.50@3, ordinary $1@2 Pep-
<: representative in the state 'I
whom, wo used to call "Tubby in Glades county, and no doubt, he 'them more efficiently with the news pers. Fla crates fancy b">at $33.50, .
for three terms from I
for the Tate", because of his. short, stock, can tell of these times Many are the of the week. ordinary $1.50@2.< > Squash: Flit' crates
county, and was twice i'
was 70 with fal appearance.. I II I times I have gone with the "gang", At) present the Clewiston News is I small yellow crook ckf! Sfi.bO'irr.
er of the house I
weather re- too, went to school to Miss Lina:! out to the ,old Tourgee place on Saturdays carrying: several stories each week Strawberries: Fla 32 quart crates
( Mr Wilder has just I I
: It in 17 of the 18 : shows. 'I Porter, the aunt ot Will Porter (O. to "swipe" fruit, melons and I i of vital interest to he farmers, ,in- 35c'per quart. Tomatoes: Fla 63 fan

i week was Henry (and many times she has what-not, and many are the times we cluing weather and market reportsand I cy best 45. Eggs: Strictly' fresh

{ 'distrIct with the, and encouragment especially and well II reach- ,'curled those long, cruel switches : were chased away by his dogs. ", forecasts by well I informed' peoI infertile whites case lots per dozen !

of active support from all I was also Sun .around my legs; not only mine, but I How well I remember the older pie I :LSc; extras in special sealed cartoons33c

J Last week he spent those of every other pupil that at- heads that congregated at the Porter I To make a more complete service mixed eggs 25c. Poultry,- Hens ,

" : time in .Polk} county, the I I for the week ,uplls not yet large enough to 'mix : drug store; old Dr. Hall, 'his son I possible the News is compiling a complete I live weight per pound 25c, Roosters '

14 feet. telded her school. I"Red" Hall, afterward Captain of. list of, all farmers h this sec- 15c, Fryers 1 1- @21-12 pond average

w (Continued on page ) inches. At that time, I was of tho smaller Ii ] (Continued on page S) I (Continued on page S) / 38(540c( per pound.


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MARCH 16, 1928

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'" OI\QON MARKET HAS years they decided to come

i NEWS OF'THE WEEK Jj USED TO GET-RUM RUNNERS I j Celotex Town Topics j I to America. They .arrived In Calves3{

i 'Vest.-Addltional k M ton Texas late in 1908 and went to '
Key coast guard
ADVANCED $2 IN I Fort Smith Arkansas where
: BOILED I DOWN J I destroyers are to be sent to Floridain BY A. L. MATTESON they

..."...............: ....... _. ..N.NN. ._.._......_.._.._.._.;/ ..N..N..N._. fresh drive ''to wipe out a I I purchased a home and lived there until -.
.1.N:N.N:N.N:N:NN. .NN. :N.N:M:M.N; ; ; ; ; ; .NN ----- ---- ---------- -- a gang Couple Are Honored | late in 1925 when they rented ."\
international bootleggers who, it ;
PLANE SOUGHT hour eac.. tSino. \vtnoit: siu\ ''.x.: Two of their
to friends and J, decided
kegs broke thr'ut'Ii: a cargo: net in I is alleged, have entered into a conspiracy ''By Local Friends .
Ito investigate the Florida boom
:Norfolk Va.-Naval aviators spent which they were being loaded aboard I to flood this country with liquor I At Silver Wedding i they had purchased 140 acres of,land as ',)
fruitless search for the ltallan liner Roma, Friday. One brought in' 'through Florida. Market Shipping! Advanced
a clay iti another i near Lakeland in 1917. They motored
In recovered yesterday. Tooker believes This announcement was made hereby 1
the amphibian plane was I This to Florida
traces of Week To in a specially arranged
Ellyson, tho other Is buried in the riv- Seymour Lowman, assistant sec- Mr. and Mrs., Nils Olsen were surprised : -
which Commander T. G. house car. A deal to sell tho property
Lieut. Commander: Hugo Schmidt er bottom mud, and efforts will be retary and chief of the national lro-1 $4.50 on Reds and when twenty-fiY of their did not materialize and they still

left made: to dredge the mud away and hibition forces, who with James I nearest neighbors and friends march
and Lieut. Rogers Yellows have it but do not wish to go thereto
morningat find the keg. Doran is making a survey of the led into their! lHtje celotcx: bungalo '
the local air station Monday I live as they declare they have too
Florida area. on Sagamore Street Monday evening.
2 o'clopk for Annapolis. I much faith In Clewlston to want to
With location Friday of plane SOCIETY PROTECTS MANEATERI Mr. Lowman stated hi study of I Chicago.-Sentiment which has favored Owing to the. number invited it had leave. '
I ___ conditions has revealed that }.'lol'i a' been
a bullish onion market previously, arranged tha'i the
miles duringthe
wreckage on the beach four : ti Late in 1926 Mr. Olsen secured the
Miami.-Miami's humane society: is receiving her liquor supply from! party would take place at the real
south of Cape Charles Ciry, definitely|. last two months has crystallized contract to glaze the new courthouse
sharks an international liquor ring. The land I I estate office of E. W.
bas extended:: its protection to / McCully a few 10
establishing the fact that the plane' during) the last two weeks with a at LaBelle which! he finished i in about
in the lower -the tinny, man-eating variety. dry forces. of Florida also will be i doors eas of Olsen's home. A long
I thirty
crashed days and hearing about Clew-
sensational advance
have increased. ,i of around $2 a table was placed lengthwise with .
stretches' of Chesapeake bay, navy I I Officials of the society warn. : lston while tnere drove here and
of Opa The 'dry chief left Key West aboard cwt. F. o. b. prices on good reds and chairs closely arranged on either
comrades will take to the air againto ed Alexander Ott, manager I have been here since. Mr. Olsen was :It
to Allen Knowles] ex. the Cutter Tampa for Miami yellows were around $2.50 Thursday. side. After arriving at the office with
resume their search.} They are Locka pool .that i employed by Mr. Williamson to take

be reinforced b navyal tugs which pert dcop-ssa diver from Key West, i Some operators were holding for $4.-,I the crowd, Mr. and Mrs. Olsen were care of the repairs: of the boats. and

will drag the bay beginning at the who Is booked to engage, single hands MAN 76, ASKS DIVORCE I 75@,5, the New York Packer said. presented with a beautiful 29 piece other work,rcquirln gskill as Mr. Ol
'. point where the horizontal rudder and ed, five-foot shark in the pool Sun. Winter Haven, Fla.-Charging that While the market has been ex. SEt of silverware. After considerable sen1 is a cabinet maker of no' small

horizontal stabilizers of the ill-fated clay afternoon, must not use a knife. his wife, Mrs.. Amber. Snow Buck, 60 !. tremely sensitive, there has not been' persuasion: Mr. Olsen got his violin rbillty.Whe"Ii. .

ship were found Friday Tno dragging Knowles has warned Otl that while of Lenoxdalc, Mass, Is "tempera J any momentary downward reactions and entertained with several_ numbers Mr. Williamson purchasedthe

operations will spread: out into the he'd like to observe the wishes:: of mentally unfit to live with," Herbert during the last two weeks, as is usu., and Mrs. Olsen sang a few songs, Clewiston Building :Material com-

1 bay over an area ten miles north and th. Humane society iiu.l will 'lo so I A. Buck, 76, has entered suit for divorce ally the case during rapidly advancing -j one. iq German her native tongue. pany Mr. Olsen was glad to have the

ten miles south of Cape Charles City. f risible, he will mn enter the unc .1 I here. markets. Fair quality onions were 1: Asked to give a little story of his opportunity of remaining with :Mr.

The hour of 10 o'clock tomorrow :'iiv.s-ler: arena withoi1! soma Kind oq] Mr. Buck said here that Le and his bringing from $3.50 to $4 Thursday. |I life. since leaving his native: home in Williamson. Both Mr. and :Mrs. Olsen

morning will mark the end of the ,."...,'.fon. I j I wife had been married lo e .ch other Dealers here say the basic reason !i Norway, and Mrs. Olsen, nee Dora are. very highly pleased with the

first week of an intensive search. At Members of the Humane' society : for" 47 years and that 14 children had for the unusual upturn is because* of i Raulf, who was born in Germany he prospects of Clewiston as a future

that hour the ,first pianos from the say they will be on hand to see that j been born of the union 12 of whom limited holding at present. There I said that they were married in Sun. home and declared that they would ,

Hampton Roads naval air station the shark is not 111 frcatel 1 and Man-'[ now are living. were less than 1,500 cars of onions I derland England on March 12 1903( celebrate their 50th anniversay. nere.I' .

,. took the. air In search of their comrades ager Ott has cooperated' with them i For the past 30 years Buck said I remaining in the United States March returning to his wife's birthplace fit .

then four hours overdue at to the extent of offering a reservedbox J he and his wife lived at his mother's I 1, according to figures compiled by _Tannover Germany staying there (Continued .on page 5)) \ '.e

, Annapolis, where Commander Ell)' for their use house at Lenoxdale, and !lie charged i the__ National Onion_ Association._nn_ Of 1 1---
; son executive officer:: of I the airplane -00- that his wife had ejected him from!I'1 this, amount 500 were reported in Oal1 l- _. ',,-:;. .-<: .-;:: '" rL ... .;,;o-r., :: : :\.o='.! :-:-.-( : ,.r"1" L.!:. .:' ::" --r--!..'::" :<,;:1-J' 1"--: !' lo:.
: carrier Lexiton and the navy's pio DqCTOR TO GET CHAIR the home in February, 1924. Since ifornia-most of which are whites In

:' neer aviator; was hurrying: to the bedside 1925 Mr. Buck has lived in Florida I' poor condition. It is not believed i '

ltl of his 12-yeai-o'd) daughter Mildred Chicago.-A sentence of death In with relatives. I I there are more than 1,000 cars of : SANITATION .' RESPONSIBILITY ,.
: seriously ill at an Annapolis the electric chair was given Dr. Buck 'charges in his bill that on I merchantable onions on hand now. ,.,'" -,',.' .

hospital. Amante Rongetti in criminal courthere several occasion his wife 'attacked Total holdings for March 1, were the ,.. .

Since that time the entire! area of after his motion' for a new trial him and has frequently displayeda I lightest of any year since 1922, whichis -,, '-.- ... .. .

the bay between Hampton Roads and had been denied. The date of tho ex- violent temper making it impossible known as the "short-crop year," '" '
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I( Annapolis area in laud on either ecution was set for Friday April 13. for him to live with- her. I when onions.... wound up at Sc a pound. ,- .

Carolina, Virginia and :Maryland from Convicted of performing an illegal Prices at present are also strength 'i '

/' ;" point below Hamuton Ro.uh to above operation on a 19-year-lod girl and MATRICIDE GETS LIFE erred by the fact Texas is late on 'account : \ : .". ."

;I'' Baltimore has been combed in the then: through wilful negligence per;, --- of adverse growing CO'.lc iUons. "

search; mitting' her and her baby to die the I St. Clairsville, Ohio.-Andy Dyken,I There will be no heavy supplies of -' "
;. physician paled as Judge Frank Com- 15-yearold slayer of his mother- Texas onions' on terminal markets .

:>.. COLD SWEEPS NORTH I erford asked if he had anything to pleaded. guilty to second degree mur.,.before April 10,. according to most Two of many excellent reasons' why you

I'say before sentence was pronounce der, and was sentenced to life imprisonment dealers here. '
,., New York.-A storm swirling out I Ir "I advise my client to answer 'no "I at hard labm in the Ohio "The final estimate of holdings develops should let us do your laundering. ' "

of the middle west spread snow over shouted Rongetti's attorney, William penitentiary.The the fact that figures; ,. given :
large sections of the east as far Scott Stewart, leaping: to his feet. evening. of Dec. 6. 1927, Dy. out from time to time by the National .
l,: s south as Maryland and north into: i i' "No," echoed the doctor, his mouth ken shot his mother to death as she Onion Associaion covering the .:,: .

Canada. In Detroit it brought an' en.r .| twitching. stood in the doorway of their farm crop throughout the season 'have been .

hr; durance flight to a premature con. The. motion' for new trial,was based home; and then shot his father Nick accurate" said an official of that or.

,>- clusion. I on the allegation that the court was Dyken, and a farm hand when they ganization this week. There was Give your clothes a chance. Make them last ..,

F. The snow fell all day and was predicted prejudiced by the testimony of Miss attempted to wrest the shotgun, from much criticism earlier in the seasonon

"a to continue throught the night, jLorralne, Irwin a nurse formerly in him. account of the wide difference In longer and hold their color better. tI

unless a shifting wind and a warmer the employ of Dr. Rongetti, that an Dykeu appeared pleased with the estimates of the association and gov.

temperature should change it to rain. attempt had been made to intimidateher 'I' outcome. He said he was looking forward ernment figures, according to this of- I :a

Flakes Fall Thickly I and keep her from, taking the to the automobile ride from St. ficial of the association. .

It was New York's third snowstorm witness stand for the state. Clairsville lo Columbus, and told ., '- "
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:/: of the year and gave no "
CAPONE MAY JOIN LEGION good clothes and plenty of cigaretts." V
, being more severe than its predeces I 'V .
The flakes fell thick all day \ Dyken's fa.lher'who till Is suffering V : '" .
sors. -
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.- but at dusk they had made' no bead I "Scarface" Al Capone, whose name. from the effects of the two When Clewiston Peo-ple '. V. ) .

.'y."< way against. the warmth of the pave. was like a riot call in its effect on wounds, was in the court room. Dy. Visit Moore Haven :' '. .. .:

::) : ments and the street cleaning department :- Chicago police until that city decidJ\I ken looked at him and remarked: i ""V

." seemed to be In for another ed it could keep him no longer, won; "Well I suppose the old man's satis- STEAM"V

.; self-removing snowfall. a recommendation Friday from the led now." His father has been out. They make their headquarters, at'I CLEWISTON ,

.1 The great lakes were whipped into I same officers who bad trailed him so spoken in favor. of Dyken's convIc-

t'; huge waves by a southeast wind and I long when he sought membership in tion. .

: .at Toronto the combers scaled the the American Legion. I LAUNDRY

x+t. .\ beach and poured over gardens and Ralph Collins, adjutant o* Coral New York.-Unemployment is tem V )

: into the cellars of waterfront homes. Gables post or' the ,legion, hearing porarily in excess of normal but is

r:;... The eastern section of the city was I that Capone was to apply, wrote toj:'I not acute ,or critical, Magnus W. I ROYER'SI : / .
r. threatened with darkness when the J I Chicago police headquarter:! asking Alexander I I president of the national ,, . ..

( .. t water undermined electric light poles whether Capone ever: had been con' industrial conference board, said In
:, so that they were In imminent .danger -I victed of any crime that would bar: an address before the Fortnightly '\. V .

of collapsing. him automatically from membership..1 Forum.

"You would. do us a great favor,"! "We. have definite indications," '
r1 "\ I and their visits are always SERVICE
_' MOTHER FINED FOR BEATING the letter read,. "if you vrouul! advise[,:I Alexander. said "that there has been I appreciated. QUALITY ;'
. us of any police record he may have,1 a decline in unemployment_ in 1927, ,

.' Kansas City, Kan.-Holding that a as the Legion does not want: but there are also indications that ,, .. --. .., ... .....
i '_1r 't1'-J.LL, '" "" :"" ::u. l O".J ;" ::: : { ; : .0. '\\a. t'J.: ;; ;:: ''J L<.i"'t."t. ...' .
spanking administered Lorene Jones, .among its members anyone who employment since December, 1927, .

.' 16, by her mother, Mrs. Catherin would reflect discredit." I'I' has again been slightly increasingand I

Woodslde, was ."uuwarrantedly. Lieut William Rowan was assign the increase has continued up
nnJ2jQjJjDJiiyQJclIc[ [ L 3 JL II 11 1lYIN INI NIJU'' '
" vere," Judge} Fred R. White Imposed ed to look up Capone's record, according to the present time. '

[ a fine of $100 and costs on the mother to Associated Press, dispatches -I "The presumption, is that with the I .i.iI

: who had been arrested on the but despite the numerous times coming of the warmer season, resumption -
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girl's complaint the erstwhile gang chieftain was ar. of building construction, agricultural -I, ,
Lorene was whipped Su&aay' nightwith rested, there was no record of any and other open air activ. '

.. a coathanger when she refused conviction. ities will absorb many of the new I >.::\ You, can depend on our work. Clothes left in our charge

!\ to tell where she had been in the Police headquarters then announced unemployed persons in the United .
the best of attention. '
family motor car. that so far as their records goy States." I are always given .

Upon hearing the judge's decision, Capone is elgible for membership. Alexander said that a general mis- '
You have to about getting money'sworth
r Mrs. Woo'dside, former snake charmer -\ understanding exists that up.to-date never worry your.

and lion tamer for a carnival, d?-I BUZZARD WRECKS PLANE mechanical devices cause unemployment. when we clean or press your. clothes. .

I Glared she was unable to pay tHe fine, He pointed out that other in. Let worries
. us press your away.
and if necessary, would have: to go-, to Managua, Nicaragua.-A buzzard, rtustnes, especially new ones, absorb I I r.\. ,

;, Jail. slow and clumsy in flight was credit those who may 'lose their jobs \ !

Approximately 6000 persons jammed ed with having brought to earth a through efficiency of machinery while :

: the auditorium in the city hall, fast moving American marine plane increased productivity also demands I I DARCY DRY CLEANING I
to where the hearing had been trans- killing its two occupants.The more men.COOLIDGE.

ferred because, Judge White's court. plane, carrying Capt. William',:I I --- Quality Service Satisfaction I

\. room was too small to accommodate C.; Byrd of Orangeburg S. C., pilot, [! HOPES .

the crowd. Several wom.-n fainted. and Sergt. Rudolph A. Frankforter of i FOR tOWER TAXES

Women, predominated in the. crowd. Quantico, Va., observer, was flying Washington.-Barring_ unexpected _jiaji3fiaji3jsjiajcJNO 1< 'LIa I Ioo ji Ji. L "

Hundreds of persons were turned southward bound from Ocotal l on a
\ eventualities, Loth President Coolidge
away at the doors and traffic in the test flight. and high treasury officials believe OOilmmYRmmrR"/J/ mj"i; ii iR OO OOm

ylcinlty of the bulldlus was in a Speeding along over thr heavily
I there will be a moderate tax: reduction
snarl wooded country, it was believed to
at this session of congress. JOI3 TOO L \.RGE. NONE TOO SMALL \ & "
V have struck buzzard break.
a large '.
Despite opinions, from some congressional -
DIVER SEEKS $50,000BURIED Ing a strut supporting the right wing.
sources that appropriations
IN RIVER MUD As the plane was about tu land on m
will make reduction \
(by congress tax
the field at Bsteli, the wing collapsed.The PI-JlILI J PLUMBING'COMPANY .
I impossible at this session; the presl. I '
New York.-Nearly eight hours piano began to turn over and r .
!dent holds that present appropriations
search diver failed to locate The aviators m
by a ) a over. jumped from a HEATING PLUMBING
I have not jeopardized the $225- : -
t little keg containing, $?(,'JOO In gold I height of approximately 250 feet. At', \ Ie.I Bf
000,000 reduction proposed by the
bullion, believed to Ho on the bottom L that altitude, their parachutes failed :: I
,ministration at the opening of con
of the Hudson river off Fifty.seventh L to open.. Both men were killed in j ,
strjeet. stantly. _. M. W. PHILLIPS
I He is supported in this view by .
.1 ann Tookpr, the diver, went dowr i The machine was considered sound ; t
i treasury officials.
eight times, remaIning nearly ar:i having been overhauled recently I FxJ w lWAIo.

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j Hathaway Decries
,LAUNDRY SEEN i Villification In I 1I SCHOOL NEWS i
TARIFF 'I Methods FOR CONSTRUCTK ;, g-------_:_---_----------
Ilf 10 GET ON Campaign
Reconditioning of drag lines and
., I ;i, Jacksonville.-There will be no FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 9
---- - -- I BY'A. L. '
v--- ---a dredges to be used, in the construction I
joint debate between' Fons A. Hathaway
I : !j j I I Naturally the nucleus. of other in.. chairman: of '- e stare oars de- I' of the Belle \ _Glade-Clewiston_ I
J h 1. Song-Old Black Joe. by school.
" t dustries here will be the sugar mill,,, paitment. ,and candidate for governor, stretch of road is now F under J
way 2. Reading-The Quest,' Maae.:
which is now under way, but we cannot and Doyle E. Carlton, of Tampa, also crews'are busily nt work, and actual I' i I
'; a candidate for that office, as sugjgested I line Means.
overlook the fact that already
construction work will be started in
by Mr Carlton in a challenge! 3. Reading-The Nigght Has A Thousand
'i have several small Industries! the near future so that the entire I
issued fromhis headquarters at
Eyes Thelma Guthrie
' I 'here worthy of 0 mention and stretch will be. completed'wihln six : ,
: support.In Tampa, March '2, according to a let- '
'I I months, it was learned this I week. 4. Reading-Stripped, VInsou Hen
: 'I' addition to our electric plant,, ter to Mr. .Carlton from Hathaway : J
I t Grade stakes have been sent'out derson.
water wcilcs, mill and lumber yard Campaign headquarters. The letter
'. and additional road nulldlng equip- 5. Reading-Wanted, Agnes, Max
caching houses fir* r follows '
j garage. grocestores : !
ment is being shipped from Miami. Ine, Nellie Velda
I Dorothy.
meat market departmenti i Mr. Doyle E, CaivinTampa .
II I i Although Mr. Huffman did not say 6. Song-Let Me Call You Sweetheart -
i :;& clcaniLg and pressing establishment Floi'i 1-t.: ,
i [whether the travel would be barred Delora Wikle.
1 furniture .
store, merchant My dear M- C.tilfon!
I from the road construction, 7. Dialogue- Donald.
I tailors two good hotels and restau Candidate. for Governor, r j J during Millionaires s.
-. I'it. Is believed that this will not be Callio Mae Matha Nell.
rants j
to acknowledgethat
we are proud : Returning to iny headquarters this
necessary ''in view of the. fact that 8. Song-Tramp, Tramp Tramp ?
:: we have an up-to-date steam date, I find your communication of

l laundry, established la l'J27! by two i the 2nd instant challenging .me to a'' there are parallel detours. for more by' school., '
''than 85 cent. of the 9. Reading-Weather William
per distance. Signs

progressive Clewis. debate 'and
young peopju of summarizing your oft ie-
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''ton, who foresaw .the need of an in- peated general charges \which you' Where there arc no detours it is Wiarren.

i I stilutlon! ot this, kn.r1. Making a study have made against me in my capa-', thought possible that the load will 10. ReadIng-Little Mischief, Eve- (

I :, of conditions they set forth to learn. city as chairman of.,the State Road''be closed during, to a construction, of' lyn Plant. f

I 'more aboutthe laundry business, Department. small, stretches but this should not 11. Reading-Lucy. ,,Lockett Dorothy

;: I I how' laundry work. cou'd& be done satisfactorily Due, to the shortness of the time, I be for more than a week or ten. days Kleffer.

,I I studying the sCientificend remaining ,in which I"have to make and 'residents of this section, are con- 12. Reading-Mr. Pinky Plk WiL

I' I of washing clothes, how' to prolong my campaign attend .,to the duties fident that temporary' bridges will be ma Taylor ,'

I I wear "and, preserve color and which .I have to perform and I built and new detours. cut- to make, 13. Reading-Twinkle, winkle, Lit-

how to .maintain a system. ot sanitation also feeling that no good purpose travel. possibl.e tle Star, Roberta Gecrge. '
I 14. Song-Chorus Of Lord's Old
could be served in a Joint debate be-
own behalf! or in behalf of some
It is necessary for 'a good laundry.1.I.tw. en us, '''I. must respectfully: decline other candidates, 'viz; In his race for Sweet S6ng, by school.

{ man to understand fabrics and the ycur challenge.. .the state senate in 1916 against the PUPILS ABSENT FROM, SCHOOL
'ji different kinds of pigments. in colors! I Yours The pupils absent this week are as ,
I very truly
Charles H. Brown: In his race of,
I used lu dyeing and printing lus different FONS A. follows; Louis Morgan; Harvie Guth
i ; i
against Judge Horace C. Gordon for .
: fabrics in our' clothing, how to I decision to decline :Mr. 'Carl-! Mayor of Tampa, and later against rie, Leola. Mountain, Evelyn Plant,
Williams. The pupils
I I I keep while clothes from turning yel- ton's challenge to and Virginia
debate followed
a i Perry G. Wall and in favor of his .
low without using bleaching -visit cf Mr. : that have entered: are" the Walls .
I compounds : Hathaway to his cam.
I former dversary the l late Charles H.
or ingredients_ Injurious to paign headquarters Saturday. He I children
Brown for Mayor of Tampi.
cloth. H is:: necessary for them to spent the day In Jacksonville enroute'! We are so sorry that the McGhees'children
commodity"I j "For my part, asserted Mr Hatha. of .
Il I; : know how to treat each Individual' to Tallahassee from a tour of several I are absent on account
j "I do
way not propose to conduct a Wilbur will
sickness. We that
I garment In order to be able to maintain -: South Florida counties. hope
,j jI campaign of villification against any We them.
a, standard of satisfaction and Commenting recover soon.
: i furthe&upon his refusal -
I I \ one of the ,honorable gentlemen who Charles' Jackson is going; to South
confidence with the to '
to .establish 'meet Mr. Carlton i m debate
I I I i have' entered this campaign for the
I Bend Ind., with his grandparents
I | public. |at Orlando: March 15th, when the \
I high office of governor. I am makingthis
I: I( I 'The well equipped laundry can com state read department meets to hear II Resale: Mae Warren's:: sister from ...
race on the basis of my' own rec-
j; '' pete with the individual in doing interested citizens .and officials of the LsBelle,. Fla., wa: visiting her -last
: ord of public service of. many years
/ I) this work because of its organiza.tion various counties of the state in con- w"de eiid.reporters.. \ .
and not'on the demerits of any other .
+ ; i!( its knowledge and the quantityof I nection with consideration of the de .- "" .i '. f 11
candidate. If I could not win on my
I work possible to do under one partment's budget of work for the ,Delora Wikle
I own merits I would lather not be
: I overhead but it is absolutely nect's-I)year, Mr. Hathaway said that he had governor." I Elmer Montgomery

j I sary for any laundry to continually spent four days of last week .in Tampa I

(I'' ,!| ; strive and! put forth' every effort. to I immediately following the issuance

L 1!I I offset that age t old idea that 'laund- of Mr.. Carlton'a: challenge. He

i I! I' :ries deliberately ruin your clothes J; declared that he had been advised by I ALSTON'S. DRUG STORE.

1 I' 1 by using strong powders and rough many citizens of Tampa that Mr. Carlton
i j' machinery but five; find it a positive I is and Ihas seen employing in his

, j' fact J that the average well equipped campaign for governor: the same vi- SERVICE ANI SATISFACTIONTry

: !' 1 laundry i& doing everything possibleto tuperative methods which he used in
for Everything in the Drug and Sundry liner
, all us ,
,i : :' convince the public that they ac. political campaigns in which he
I ; ; : I(Mialiy do pre.uivithe color and prolong has baeu into.-%st-i eitii- directly inI
. 1 1 ; ; 1 the: life of the garments. ,

.1 j The local laundry i.* apparently
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i sufficiently! well: equipped having and( I IIi
; in charge to be '
; I and Ii . S
/ in position to give good service

; ,satisfactory work at less cost than i; .' ..\ <" .,'. '-f>' ';\ ,:: :J:' ." ..J .; :,!

by doing the same work a home.In 7

; : face cf all Uu'se" facts we are
,1 Aql1aplan'es lnd Tractors ;

: ; grjng I laundry to continue; for-- the supporting benefit our of our l local (

immunity I :aLd SH.of; our crsh; ..8.j jt. II I ;1 1I'

;L t. Madition to ttt n:*"r..A: <> of ,,o'l I'', ',oj I -
-. wuii tfc-J dteagreea'.i: '* I II Ii
: :; away I /I \
; nab: day' fuss f..l m'>'' around
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1 U' ..- .6.- .;..... :w''IG,, .;:r>.:."u,<- _'r..r-. "!. .,:!". JL<';..._,.-. ""K' RT 1\\ ;;i .. The swerving galloping aquaplane_attac a to a fast ili .J f

.. I :: motorboat seems a far cry from the slow plodding! determination I 1 '!!! /'} I

: I;I i. of a.tractor but the two emphazise the varied "' 1 :4
JUT : possibilities of Clewiston's future. i i'I

;;:. I Over thousands of acres, of rich black soil the lumber-. .

,. ,,: L some tractQrs are roaring, preparing the soil for the planting i

The Latest' Designs In Decorative China : ;;.C I of be in the mill
\ : sugar cane to ground giant new sugar :;

; I under construction. In other fields the
These patterns are the very latest in new designs. We have an unusual 1 assortment 1 for you :/ ;:'. \ I now tractors are :
; hauling heavy wagon loads of cane while an
sugar army
., to'select from. We also have a great'variety of odd prices for you to select from. ; :.'t1r": J I
rI' -. ,I f laborers swarm upon it as its stops, and sow the cane in I,

i : "'; I f j! the' furrows. Iii

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Cups &. Saucers ..........'._....:,..:......_..___....... 25c Small Vegetable Dishes ..,.?..._...._.:...._.. 30c I :';,1 Less than a mile away, the smooth surface of Okeecho-- i

9" Dinner Plates ..__......._.........:..... 25 & 30cJ. Large Vegetable Dishes ._..._..........:...._ 40c !I ',I bee speeds motor boat, while twenty feet to the rear a \ i

I ..' Desert Bowls _...............__..___..:....... .__....:. 1 15c Covered Vegetable Dishes .___, ...._.... 75c laughing winter visitor tries the latest twists of .
) Gravy Bowls .__ .... ...... ... 30c aquaplaning !
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v 7" Salad Plates .. .....;....... ..... 20c .:.
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Butter Dishes -...-.-....... 25c 1 which inevitably terminate in a hilarious splash. jl jlii

I '8" Soup Bowls I ..........?......,....-....._,...._... 25c Gravy Boats __-.-__-..-...__...__...-w: ', ._' 35c f 0

< Cream Pitchers .-_._............_........._. 25c Bullion Cups _.__.__. ......____.--....._ 13c ,i ii Clewiston then has what has made several Florida, -winter '
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:I Covered Sugar .Bowls I ..... _..,'..".....___.._...... 40c Cereal Bowls ..................._.._....... ..-...'....;.......... 20c }I resorts-water sports ranking with the best, but more

I ".' '>:;; r important is the fact that while the motor boat is playfully ,
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I I .:, .iF? skimming across the lake, the tractors are busy in the cane

.. ) '! planting operations which are attracting state and nationwide -

; i -. This week only, 42-piece Dinner '.\ i: attention, and which have caused Clewiston to be .

!; :' known as "
Set a Beautiful Design 1))f "

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I, I I! (This is the second of a series of education advertisments pointing out the transformation "

l ". Frank ,Richmann, Mgr. Open until 8:30: ", I .of the community from a spectral waste" ..into one..of the. leading' communities' '

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\ Successor The to Clewiston The Clewiston! News Progress i .. ... An. Accidental-Accomplice CABBAGES AND KINGS I


Publisher and Manager :1 j 1" Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran &. I.. "Send Masters out. See if he can, j A' charming young lady told us the 1 other, day. that summer' Is here to .}
because she had seen the birds flocking north. Tuesdays
Company stay thunderstorm
TOM SMITH, EditorSubscription I get a morning pape" .once-hurry t :::1

Rates ./, -hurry." following' her observation. convinces us that beauty and brain is y

S Synopsis of Preceding' Chapters As the girl wonderingly dispatchedthe ; not so'rare as we had thought. ;r..,:

By mall 'outside. of Florida By mail fnFlorida., Carol Dare New York socety girl, butler on the errand, she hastened \\0.f.0..;
One year $2.50 One year .. $2.00 whom a wealthy bachelor, Beverly to her aunt's side. If you're not already sold on Florida, compare the headlines just a few '..

Six mouths '.' 1.50 Six months 1-00 7'S W,-eks has asked tc be his wife, seeks "What is it?', she begged. "Tell me.' days apart-"Florida Gets First Summer RaIn'; and in the ''north="Bliz

Three months 1.25 Three months 'I .cunsel 1 from an Oriental to learn "They phoned me' just aftci mid. zard Sweeps Through North." I II

'. night," cried Mrs Colton, bJLbing
Application for, entry as second class Is pending.NEWS' I wocther she will be ''happy. Given I .
wildly and speaking in short broken
o;.= word! a adv .* "xv..t *....eIs That blizzard business reminds us of the epic ode. our favorite poet, I
PLATFORM, sentences. "No, I can't tell you I .
1., Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water, transportation { puzzled but o-i i tiimk:'; .--r '*e won't tell you-after all my planning g Joe Zilch wrote to Snow Stop me if you've heard It. '

2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and I .t.. ling engager* .. n :.i she de. -it can't be true-on this night of '"Snow,' Snow beautiful Snow .'.,' a
c red that she do.3 .'.t v...'i t n A'. l fIt '
concentration of products. all nightsit Isn't true-the 'paper Step on a. hunk, and away you go. ,
'Weeks" but fi'. h'se'f f ."terutC .'
another d ry aa "
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on quick. .' i
f I Alan MUswho rescued her ..1
products of this region to the northern markets. : Carol ran to meet the butler and wouldn't. be fair to tell who said this, but a visitor: .at our office
of cooperative marketing association for from being struck by an automobile. tore from his hands a newspaper and I II : '' ,
4. The full functioning a With the engagement dinner 'at hand recently was genuinely surprised: to learn tnat'proof is read in a news 1
selling purposes. spread it quickly open. Flaringhead..
both buying and
Carol i is alarmed at her father's ab- lines .caught her eye and a cry of paper office. We're still trying to figure out whether that was a knock .

EVERGLADES 'DRAINAGE PROBLEM sence, and as t'he' dinner progressed, agony escaped her. Slowly\ she read or a boost., '".(
THE her father's vacant chair brought an
the headlines aloud her dazed
In Importance to that of drainage of the. Evergladeshas eyes -- j
No problem uneasy cense of oppression. They '
harly able comprehend their meaning <
even been confronted in Florida, and perhaps no other state has ever reached the cordials and still he bad Another good story floated In this week which is worthy of repetition: ;'
dealt with one of greater significance to the welfare of its citizens Engi-I not come. BANKER DARE IN THE TOMBS A company of soldiers had been recalcitrant in more ways than one .';,!

neers have differed as to the methods to be employed in the drainage NOW GOON WITH THE STORY. and the captain, reprimanded by the colonel decided to pas it on. :t

operation I but a unanimity of opinion, has been reached that it. is a, feasible Accused of Misappropriating Five For hours he put his company' through tiresome drills and exhaustive 1

thing to do, or at any rate, that It is entirely possible to accomplish Something mujt have happened to Millions of Trust Company hikes and after the :first day of punishment lined them up In front of the .;

i it as ,fast as the need: for drainage develops. The feasibility of a general him. He was ill* or had been hurt in Funds barracks and gave them a tongues|ashing. Ky

program of Everglades drainage of millions of acres has received a star a motor accident and her aunt was "You boy scouts," he shouted, "have got to learn that you're in the .:;
With shrill, Inarticulate Mrs.
keeping it from lior. The eveningwore a cry,
tllng demonstration in the effectiveness of the drainage work accomplishedIn Colton collapsed in a taint and slip- army, and I'm the one to teach YOU' I've been easy with you in the past ,"
ended the dancing ]
on, the dinner : -
the Sugarland Drainage district embodying the area surrounding Clew guests began to arrive, aiid. her ped in a: crumpled heap to the floor. but that's all over. .

iston. Much work has been done and a great deal of money already, ex. uneasiness became unbearable. .Carol, utterly unmindful of, tier aunt's "Until further notice," he continued, ""thero will be no furloughs' and .

pended in the task of general drainage of the Everglades, and as In every Where' was her father? plight, tottered weakly, to a chair I'm going to show you fellows just how hard boiled: I ,can be." :!
and sat there: in dumb grief still j
great undertaking, some effort has been misdirected and some money, was "What can ''have happened ,to dad?" holding the fateful paper before, her. As he stopped and glared at the company, a thin piping voice from ,..

she managed to whisper to her Aunt, the end of the line said '
Information of untold value :
wasted; but this has resulted In accumulating! The shock had paralyzed! her emo- .

in the prosecution of the remainder of the program. Some of the salient "He's terribly lata.", tions., She could' neither think, nor "Give me liberty or give me death.," '- .

"I'll tell you lat r/' ,her aunt, replied reason, nor "W2IO SAID THAT?;' roared the
conclusions that have been reached are the following: weep. : captain- snapping about toward the !j.
evasively. "Don't worry. He'aall More dark, more terrible, more sound of the voice. ,'
1. The Everglades-will be drained In,, sections and. not as a whole. /{
couldn't ,
right. It be helped. menacing than ever before her fu.
2. Control of the level of Lake Okeechobee Is a key note factor in A second. of slleace and then the same piping voice: ::.
Yet even as her aunt spoke these tuie loomed before her. The world- \
"Patrick '
the situation. I reassuring words, Carol thought tha her .world-had come to an end. A. t,
I .
3. The level of Lako Okeechobee can be controlled by canals of proper she had paled beneath her .rouge. As I Then everything went black.. J ,

. capacity leading from the lake to the Atlantic, ocean and the gulf these the girl, was whirled away by her I Chapter Seven The .following verses, written by Laura ,Maxine Matteson, student, nurse r!

canals to be provided wih locks and spUlw ys. I next dancing partner, her fears were, WHEN MASKS FALL at Good Samaritan hospital, West Palm I Beach, have just been located ::

4. The miscellaneous; 'spreding of water over the terrain during the rising almost uncontrollably.And :> Disgrace is the surest, of barome- among some old notes. Mm Matteson Is an ardent Clewislon booster and '.
Mr. Weeks, too with each ters for testing friendship. Let arrestor "
rainy seasons can be controlled in Individual districts by Isolating these succeeding, glass of champagne, Imprisonment come .to any one, members of the hospital staff who have become quite interested in the

districts through the medium of dykes or levees. seemed: to grow coarser and: more 're. however :wide his circle of ,intimates, development here. are reported as looking forward to getting their turn

5.The water In districts thus'l isolated can be directed in canals and pugnant to her.. Each time, that she I and quickly the masks are stripped reading, Laura's "Clewiston News" each, week. ,

pumped from these canals Into Lake Okeechobee, there to be disposed of danced with him it required an ef. i from most of them, revealing their A "SUNSET ON LAKE ,..:

fort not to shrink away from him. I real feelings of pure elf-interest. OKEECHOBEE"'v. ,
by the control of the lake by gravity through the major outlet canals. : .
In his manner toward her now there Only those who themselves have :Mixed with gray ones of the night; ;; .:'/:> :< 0
6. be in
Staple crops must developed the Everglades to insure prof- ,. H
an unbearable familiarity and been in felons' cells can truly know Mystic clouds of white .'- ..
was fleecy
itable use of the land as fast as it becomes: drained. Sugar can is man o "- ,.r.> :(}
each time he touched her bared flesh how) weak are the ties that bind us ','":
ifestly one of the principal answers to this. Shades of yellow, red and blue, :.;' :.: :.' ,> .
I she tightened her lips for fear that to the fellowmen who each day greetus ...' .I d ....
7. A sound program of financing this undertaking must be followed.We Glancing everywhere I see ;- : : < '.' ..
And it ,
pleasantly. unfortunately
she would shriek. ; -. -" "
believe the plan of Governor John W. Martin as adopted by the 1927 :" ;; :
And this was to bo her' husband is the truth that while the law may, Blend J ': :. .. ... i. '
man } ,. as artists want them to. .. ;., 'Z.,' I.; 'J d' :
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legislature "
Florida "Is and .
sound, practical ,certainly? as economical as can hold a prisoner guiltless until the F'. .." "
be arranged in the present bond market. \ Colors pretty as can be. : -"? :J-f : '''', to
Ail thiojgni.c I \.t.i'! .; the thought jury gives is verdict, in friendship'scourt ,) ";"

The above points are a few "of the high spots that have appeared! in I--pi runmoij i'fylncl... In Mgh h." suspicion is conviction, and, an In one c painted picture. grand.. ..:.-:<\' : ; .':" "j' \_

volumes of ,tort or less chaotic discussion of this important matter and ".::'nd. Sae way to \gc through life arrest is generally regarded as the ( Beyond the power of human hand. :. i.( :?.> r

most of them are obvious and undisputed. Unfortunately the matter 'of a with him for an intimate companion.She equivalent of confoSiicn; : ,

financial program has become a 'mooted question and certain communities, 'must, at his pleasure! : submit to It was well indeed for Carol that ; ... 'O'er the lake we wend our way:: ,:: ;... i) '

some of which should be most vitally interested in an expeditious ban. his caresses, she must receive his her eyss hug it not follow the papers '. Filled, with ,joy at the close of day., \. .":. -,,!,, .;

dung of this subject, have challenged Governor Martin's plan. Governor wine-tainted kisses, .:;'J(' must be his that mOT', tg into,, the homes of those Tho'ts of what we just have seen ''':'S" :' '\ -\ ti .

Martin has unflinchingly and 'untiringly defended his plan, even thoughthe wife, and all the whi's: must keep aBinning I who had\ "a ,.el'l.i at thn dinner the Views of distant. trees so 'green. : :<' S "" .. :

communities> who have attacked It are far more powerful i iu voting face to the worli and pre- night before, or else for her there ",, ;,-;

power during a political campaign than the sparsely settled Everglades. l t. rd to be happy with him, might forever have been lost all belief .. : There on Okeechobee Lake t. .;: ,/

In doing this, Governor Martin proves that he has the courage of his conviction wouldn't'Bitterly in humanity.In .
"She couldn't (Largest one within a state;) ; ,
__ and that he has the interests of the State of Florida at heart.' she reproached! herself. the Triggs household the papers ', .
With ,,: .
/ fishing boating swimming too :5 ,
! He proves that ,the is a more than ordinarily broad-gauged executive one Sarananda had told her that the message found the rector and his wife at ,. ; ,,-}l. .(
who is looking into the And everything one cares to do. : .-:- : '. ; \,
future and ;
learning from the of "
past. breakfast placidly unaware .
for her as yet '
of the three guides was :r..<: -\I.: l : .'

The opposition to this plan has resulted In the law that was enactedby to "wait." Why had she not done the earthquake that had wrecked the I At Clewiston. .; '.d '.:'-' :. .. : ,

the last legislature, providing for the bond issue being brought before : so? Why had she not insisted on with. home where only the evening before_ .

the Supreme Court of the state for a decision as to itsconstitutionality. I drawing the dinner invitations and they had dined so. delightfully -MaxIne Mason'

The Supreme Court is at this time considering the matter of the Ever. I postponing the announcement? Why Even, at breakfast, in the privacyof --

blades Drainage Bond issue, and Its decision is forecasted within the next had she not bravely gone to her father his own domicile, the Rev. Horace Our latest argument for the beneficent effects, of Florida climate Is

few weeks. No decision of' that body was ever awaited with more .general and her aunt and told them that Triggs never permitted himself to that- Levine has landed at MIami Palm Beach and St. Petersburg and hasn't

anxiety. she did not wish to, that she could forget_ the soul-satisfying fact, that he been. In argument' yet.' f .

There is perhaps no body of land in the United States comparable to i not marry Mr Weeks? But now it ,was: rector of St. Esther's the most ,

the Florida Everlgades, certainly none south of the Ohio river. .A sane was too late. If she had read the mes- important, the richest. the most fashionable

.program, with its objective that of putting to work of these rich acres, sage wrong, what wa there? to do? parish in the diocese.No National advertising in newspapers throughout the country has In- \

with the production she went through the comfortable lounging! robe for creased from $50,000,000 in 1913 to than
of a staple crop that will minister to a nation-wide Mechanically I more $225,000,000 .in' 19Z7.. ,' That's

necessity Is undebatable and means more to Florida than winter play.. figures of the dances, a forced smileon him, even over his morning coffee. ona of our biggest arguments why you should advertise.
grounds or other what From the time he emerged from,, his[
any industry that has ever knocked at Florida's door. her lips, hardly knowing .
the did. Despite her aunt'b assurance: bedroom until he retired for the night

THE PRINTED, WORD I about her father, her vague feeling- I he appeared always in 'his welLtail- Joe Zilch, dubbed six months ago, the poet laureate of Immokalee is

t cred ministerial coat, with a silken responsible for this one:
rf uneasiness about him kept growing i \ .
and growing until, it 'Lad become waistcoat uncompromisingly clerical: ', ,
.. ..(. The best laid plans of mice and '
John men-
Smith, reporter, write a piece about Bob Jones,. citizen ''Jones almost) hysterical terror. Would h'i in cut, with' a gold cross suspendedover < .'*w : '
is quoted directly: and accurately: concerning a local situation In which evening never end? his portly stomach. In his heart ,- ('f >,'i. \.' '.. You've heard the rest of course .' .';...-'
there is I ,: '.,*.';:::T\ But this old wheeze would wilt and then '.., '
warm and sharply divided interest. Smith, reporter, has a general Merrily, so far as the guests were. he secretly envied Roman priests, be- V;;?.;?.. Die if I were boss. }- :.-. .. '
i knowledge of the.: differences though not deep concerned the went on. Dance cause custom permitted their wearing ; : :'. \ 5' : .
u familiarity with all tho party j I i Vfr:; ,.' ,. '. .'.',V* 'j:. --
personal angles He writes what ho has been told and cites' his authority. followed dance. It was long after' still more distinctive apparel.Mrs. "." ::.0'-1..;:.' ".: :'-:.'. I'm not, a plumber, it Is true ,.;. "'' .<,*:.': .,,'." "-

Jones, citizen and authority, reads the piece. without emotion. Then midnight when supper was served Triggs, on the contrary, metic- ,<;}'-;" .> \',' Nor anything specific .' ::. _,,>7 @

his telephcne rm3. Jackson Marshall McPherson, are at his throat demandIng with more champagne and then more ulous though she was as to raimentin ,:,1'J ..i:i"::j?,:'1-,;,0.:' '..: .-' What's to be done though, I can..do' .:.,'..'

"why" and "what the" he means by his utterances in today's; dancing followed. Faces'. now were I public, at the breakfast table was ,," ;i, .. :-f';{ :"':1J: ...','"-'. With energy ,terrIric.:0''' ..":
Gazette. They put words and inclined to affect a loose, comfortable :' > : : :
thought. into hIs quotation that were not his wine.flushed and voIces were louder. -' :
and were not the reporter's but become none the less real In the The unmistakable i note of wIne. boudoir gown; her graying hair still '" .'-.'';-'..:.,,;;'J. From morn till night I plod" right on'- .'<. : t., '
mind. He joins the uncolffured concealed .: :''. ) <.:*: '.: My stnses; keen, acute' < ". .
beneath .
army under the banner 1 was misquoted"! and shortly exhilaration was in the laughter ofi a ,,, .:'J
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believes it. lace cap. c.. .'." ,.. To dig a ditch. or paint a barn '.'' ,, .'. -" '.
I both girls and men, and as the dawn J' .
: :},tt. '.' I've always ideas to : I' ',
The shoot.
warmest rays'of the In every respect their tastes and : >
printed word are not direct, but reflected approached, the fun waxed fast fond ". : ( ': ':, ': ; '
and re.iadlated from the: sometimes warped mirrors furious. The morning light wa filters habits differed, and yet they were a '. I ; '' But this I C
of human mindb-Ed- I : :l great effort takes my time .
itor and Publisher. congenial couple, united most, strongly : *:\.I
ing through the curtained windowsas ".:.. ; :: Efficient as I am 1 .
Carol,' vigorously wiping r'chee1t I by two things-their love and am- =! ?i :: : ,i' ;" At every' evening's setting sun .... .' :;.

BARTERING where Weeks had kissed her wrenched -! bition for their daughter Sylvia, and .:'.,' '\.0--t; :, My own work's in a jam .,.-d.... ."':;. .
their common respect for that in ; iit( .:' ,."
herself from the half- : ,'
The golden rule of all business and indignantly .',," .. '... .
is that familiar adage "fair I :: : : I. sense the ,
tangible power commonly known as Inefficiency -
drunken embrace her fiance had insisted .
exchange Is no robbery." Familiarity with this history-old rule has bred In- his right in the society with all Its attributes, wealth, >/. ;+:,".: ; \ : 'But still I'm at a loss ......
on as
creasing fal'h in it rather than contempt. The world recognizes the existenceof of the guests, and turned back to position, convention, respectability, ;j .. }.,.: /-f r:," : To know why people fail to see. :.'.',-:.' "

such a ihn. as a "ra.r exchange: ," and vith the passing of the years the question her aunt. snobbishness. Otherwise, even in the '. ./:.:: :: .", / In me, The Ideal Boss.; ". ,\
tendency has been more and .". J J
more toward the realization of fair exchange The sense of impending disaster smallest of things, like morning>l.- ; ", -J. Z.
values. .
that had been Insistently growingwas pers, they had different tastes and ...
has Nothing is more erro"neous than the often.heard remrak the consumer anything but abated when she each read their own. Talking about, Levine earlier in this! column we are reminded of. the

action no participation In business. The truth is that both sides of every trans. found Mrs. Colton In a state of col. Dr. Triggs customarily read the clogan for a new make of parachutes, "Good to the las drop." A A

merchant.are tradesmen. The customer exchanges money for goods of the lapse on the drawing-room couch, her news on the front page, while his f
manufacturer employe trades labor for the capital of the employer. The face suddenly ashen and old under wife instinctively turned to the col It you've never tried conducting a ,column, try I*. sometime. Ferret into'
trades his products for the capital of the umn of society notes. On this par. store of what
nation etorekecper One Us make-up. your might "go over"; use every last one and! then find that
exchanges its products for those of another nation. ticular morning, as the butler handed still have
you another four
"I thought they never would go, Inches to fill. \ .
Trade was called bartering: among the ancient and the barbarians and she shrieked hysterically. "It can't I each of theim their paper with ..

their bartered( market was the bazaar, The Individuals of the villages and the camps be true. It musn't bo true." I the coffee, the doctor, with constern. Our worries m'glit;; be alleviated to an ext nt if tho merry wags of he

between among each other, there was bartering through ships and caravans "What's the matter?" cried the aion[ spreading over his face, exclaimed town will semi In contributions. Think up acal: 'fast ;one for next( week's

the most ancient of ,nations. Bartering exists today on a much girl in alarm, her own troubles for "Dear, dear, dear! How ter pan-r-addu-s ii :io Cabbages and Kings, The Clewiston News. Drop} It ,

greater and more scientific plan than it did in earlier times, but every human -. the moment vanishing; at the sight rible about the Dares!" In Hie mal: bcx and return to your home lie n uoy scout having done

being Is now, as then engaged in bartering.-Tampa Tribune of her aunts condition. What Is H?" (Continued next weeV 1. your deed for the day.

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| Celotex Town Topics j I OF Turning lathe, shafer, drill pres.
I -* i threading machine, forge and anv.i:
, 5 BEATS CLEWISrON h. BY A. L. MATTESON AID TRAINING ]f i TO NORTH Must be In good mechanical condi.

t! (Continued from page 1) I I i ,i lion and a real bargain. Address Boi ::

IN FAST GAME,!'''ty of his probable opponent, the pres- Couple Are HonoredBy Kansas City Kas.-Appointment of:I I long stretches on either side of the I'i B. Care Clewiston News.

I | ont congressman.. Mr. Wilder stated Local Friends Capt. James W. Boyer, jr., of Washington -, new:: freight. station' are being pavrt i iwith" FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO. -.

i D. C., as chairman ,of the na.I marl rock which make possible ;
(Continued from page li) j I that indications are that he will carry i I,j i Engines and Pumps
At\ Silver Wedding tional veterans of foreign wars cOm- :
speed on the runways with a record Polk county by a splendid vote., the ,easy loading and unloading ofi I Light and Water Plants :
.. mittee on citizens' military training( '
of three stolen bases. Outside.of L. In his Polk county speeches last! affairs ChiefFrank i freight from the trucks to the 'lour Cables and Ropes:;

Thielen Coker, loaned to the visitors I I married alread25 years and looking camps by Commander of the Belting and Rubber Goods '
> week, Mr. Wilder urged moro active Ts Strayer was announced at building.In
; for the game was the hero of the but a' very few years older than that Hoists and Feed Grinders.MANHATTAN
/ representation Washington.. If' national headquarters here. addition to this the laying of anew
r occasion driving in the winning run !
and everyone: present hoped they I track MERC. CORP.
spur serving the business
in the ninth, and cutting of a sure elected, I pledge my best efforts to Captain Boyer, a native of Boston, ': ,I
I would be invited to the Golden Wedding houses along the industrial canal has' 911 First St. Fort Myers
Mass. and
veteran of the famous
hit by Cothern earlier In the game. i energetic service, working for the re. a i
: \ The Play By Innings" i.I I party. Yankee division, has been 'actively! been completed. I tr.
I|lief of, Florida growers whose pro. "The
First: L. Theilen filed to center. I! I After a delightful luncheon of sand- identified with citizens military train. Atlantic Coast Line Is :doing
duce must now face ,cheaply grown everything In its FOR SALE-10 acres near Clnwiston.
Thiel'en power to cooperate
.! Ing since his return to civilian
A. J. was thrown out by Ed. I camps I
..' wards. Rohles rolled to Sims. 1 foreign produce." Mr. Wilder also Is wiches, punch, ice cream, cake, cook life As 'a representative of the V. F. I with he shippers," Mr. Plan said "and Rich black muck-McCully {Clew,

: Suggs threw out Cothern, Edwards urging an expansive: development of ies and candy the party enjoyed W. in the District of Columbia he I our *steadily increasing business I f iston, Fla.. 11.
I games and music. clearly refltcta the I
.; 00'' and Sims at first the waterways of Florida, with the has participated in educational campaigns appreciation of FOR SALE-$1000 mortgage on 1G-. !
Those Mr. and Mrs
present our
I were work. "
Second: Suggs fouled to Alston. :' along the lines if national de. acre muck farm near Belle Glad','
government embarking on .& programof Dan Allen Roberta George, Mr and }
.. Coker walked and was doubled by, I fense, stressing the importance of cit now due for foreclosure. Will se'for -".
'" Florida rivers and Mrs Nils Olsen Mr .
Improvement of Mr. and J. W.
Sims on Wright's line drive on hit I izens' training camps, and its bene- PLANS COMPLETE $350. McCully, Clewiston. If.
of ship ca- Rinehart, Rosabelle and Robert Rine.
harbors, and the building fits.
I I hart Mr. and Mrs. W. I
C. Lampere .
Suggs tossed out Douglas for his nals. Such developments? he believes, 4 Obligations, Stressed.', Plans are complete for the dance,i I I Thursday between Clewiston and
; Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery, Mr.
fourth straight play. Crouch was hit will tend to lower freight rates and Four objectives will be stressed In to be given tonight at .the ClewistonInn LaBelle on the south road, spare
and Mrs. M. D.' Bledsoe, Mrs. Rose
by pitched ball. Sinnott fanned. Pe. lessen storm hazards. rune of these the V. F. W. ,program supporting civ. by the Clewiston Veteran's club.A tire, tube and rim, size 30 5.77 from
Groff Delora Wikle Mr. and, Mrs.
terson also fanned. any noticeable degree during the past Ulan training camps: peppy six-piece orchestra has been Chrysler car. Reward if returned to
.". Win M. Harris, E. W; McCully, A. I I
Third: T. Griffith lifted to Cothern.A improvements have come about in I To encourage the proper type of engaged for the evening and the The Clewiston News office. .
Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs; E. S.
nice catch. Sims threw out D. several years, he points. out. I. to attend training dance promises to be on a par with tf.
young men camps.
Matteson, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Min-
Griffith on a fast play. Hudson fan It is expected that a large crowd I To Insure against men of the others at the Inn sponsored byi
ned. will hear Mr. Wilder when he speaks I nier, Elmer Montgomery, Mr. and potentially "pink" tendencies attend i I the veterans which have proven so IF you want to buy a home on easy
Mrs. Minnier ,
Mack Mont.gomery..Leaving
Harry and
walked.. night. popular.V. terms write P., O. Box 321
Alstonstruck out. Davis I.here Saturday for their homes/ at ing the camps and destroying the!:" Clew-
Cothern lined to Coker. Edwards cumulative value thereof.
midnight everyone declared they had I I

rolled to Suggs. SUggS, out ,of a tight hole the. pre. ,enjoyed a 'very delightful evening Donation, of appropriate prizes for,I F. W. has been introduced In the IF you want us to build you a homo

Fourth: Peterson dropped, Thielens vious inning, put on morA steam, and I andhoped it would not be long before efficiency in the camps. I i! h use of representatives by Congress- In Clewistun, for partisulars wrllo

high fly and threw wild to first,i retired the side on strikes, Pete I some one else In the party would, Endorsements of appropriate legis.'i man B. Carroll Reece, of, Tennessee, P. O. Box 321, Clewis ton. ':

f Thielen going to second Thielen '!Buster and Moreland all retiring to celebrate accordingly.We : .. lation respecting enlargement of the 'a veteran of the World war, who was !

went to third when Edwards threw i I the bench with that baffled look of I I program of training the citizenry.The I I accorded thre, decorations, the dls. WE sell lots on commission for you ,

out A. J., Sims held the runner on national committee charged tlngulshed service in Ciewiston, list them with Paul ",
i the completely mystified c<:> i I cross, the distinguished
fi third and tossed out Rholes. Suggs I| Eighth: Draggers made a fast peg I r are pleased to see several newlawns with developing a program which will:: service medal and the croix Schroeder & Co., 'Chamber of Commerce .

lined ,a clean* single' to cesier for I I I and got Griffith. Sims made another being mowed 'land beautified ensure the effective _support of the i jde i guerre with palm. The measureIs Bldg., Miami. I

the first hit of the game, scoring'. pretty plan on Hudson. Douglas took and believe that more will follow. V. F. W. for' the national defense pro known in the house as H. R. 11409 IF you want to rent a home or storeroom ;
Thielen. second. Coker There are 48 houses in, Celote Town 1
Suggs stole
and In Clewiston write
training. hearings particulars
Larry's high one. gram respecting military are expected during the
rolled ,out to Sinnott. and Harvie Guthrie has secured permission month P. O Box 321 Clewiston. Fla.
Suggs stopped Cothern's sure hit, Members of the organization will be I of March. ,
Sims I to keep a large number of
walked second
and stole going
" I I and then threw wild to first Cothern picked from each state to act as, sub-
to third on a passed ball. Thei- these mowed each 'week. We know I I IF your lot in Clewiston is for saV;!5
,I stole second when Driggers fanned, chairmen of the national committeeand I
len took Douglas' hopper and threw that most of us realize the effect of I I & M give lot and blk. nn. price, terms
Sims'. hit! to Wright who fumbled, each of these sub.chairmen will i
out Sims at the plate. Doug stole j;, clean well kept yards in beneficialto I and, size lot, full particulars. Write
I then threw wild to first, Cothern supervise the, efforts of a .committeeof ;
second and third. Crouch walked 'and'j any community. We know that we I CLASSIFIEDWANTED I jI Paul Schroeder & Co., Chamber. of
scoring the tieing run, and Sims five with their respective areas: I
stole. Sinnott fanned. Peterson fan.. have a nice cuchIon of Bermuda Appropriation Commerce Bldg., Miami.If .
;: slopping at second. Doug smashedone Asked I I
' grass this season when there was M
The movement for creation of a
ned.Fifth through the box labeled for a
: Peterson threw out' Wright. nothing but muck and said about our I I you want, a home built in Clewis.
national committee citizens military -
hit but Suggs deflected 'the ball on
Griffith fanned. Dan Griffith sangled' homes last summer. In addition to i ton or want to buy a. home address::
enough for Coker to get the runnerat training camp affairs follows .acc -2 lots on the highway-
and stole. Hudson wh tea.I. the brilliant green we are adding i Clewiston News. '
first with a perfect throw. Sims tion taken at the 1927 national convention corners pref.erred.-Address, ,Box,
Suggs struck out Alston and Davis. that there will be a prize offered in
went, to third. Crouch popped a Tex. of the V. F. W. held at Prov- 7, Clewiston.I .
r r. Cothern .singled or! the first our village as an additional incentivefor I \ j
I as leaguer into right and Larry Thie beautification. idence, endorsing a resolution, intro. I II !t. Subscribe for tho News:
Clewiston hit stole second but I
len went back -to make a nicG catch. duced by the- V. F. W. of. the Districtof '.
.out stealing third on a close ,
Columbia, which calls congress -
Sixth one'J Ninth: A. J. opened with a .singlethrough 'Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Williams of upon ... ,, ,. .',
singled to left. :" '' '
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Lo> lofted 'to Douglas. Larry stole second, short. Sims took RUoles hopper Tampa spent the week end with Mrs. mit the establishment of additional( ,
and forced A.: J. at second, los- Williams' Mr. and Mrs. Har. 1 '
and went to third on a passed ball. parents
:"' Davis tossed out Rholes. Suggs fouled -j ing a sure double play by a momen. r}'; Minnier.Mrs. training camps and increased, supportfor ) ..
those establishedas
tar'y fumble. Doug hit Suggs in the camps iJ
F; out to Lockett, who had replaced .
a a part of the national defense program
r. Alston for Clewiston. ribs. Coker punched a single to Lee of Miami locks 'visited her
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4 Driggers replaced Edwards and r right, scoring Rholes. Crouch over brother, Mr. O. R.; Burkett, and family \
ti was thrown out by Suggs. Sims hit: threw the plate, and when, Thielen, here Sunday. resolution as approved by the i _.

a hot one to third and' was out at! running for Suggs also tried to score j, LOUIS O. GRAVELY : Let us save you money on repairing your old, : ".'i,

..((9 first on a close play.: Douglas sIn-!Douglas took Peterson's throw. andtouched I I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery I ATTORNEY AT LAW

gled over second. Couch safe on him out, Coker going to I motored to LaBelle Sunday.. Bank of LaBelle Building car. Our work' is guaranteed our labor skilled .1 c' .

" Wright's fumble. Doug went to third I third. Coker was out by yards en I I Mrs Bryant Buxton has been con. i[i LABELLE, FLORIDA i, ..i '

and Crouch to second on ,a double I! an attempted steal of home, Douglas I fined to her home several days PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS workmen and our prices. are 'based on the lowest ;

I steal. Ireson hit for 'Sinnott, Suggs j to Lockett. through illness. BOTH STATE'AND FEDERAL p r

. taking his hot f smach and throwing) Suggs, with the game apparentlywon ,possible working conditions.

him out at firs. again, put all he had on the I

f.' Seventh: Douglas went to the box,I pill and .set down 'Ireson on strikes. --"

Ireson to first, Driggers to short, and I Peterson also fanned. Lockett revived Machine' shop, acetelyn. ,welding, all. kinds of ,

Moreland to centerfitld for Clewis- Clewiston's hopes when. Coker
automobile work.
," ton. Ccker was called out on strikes.\ fumbled his fast drive to short. Bus- ; '\, ; "

/, Lockett made a sparkling catch ofF ter stole second. A hit would mean ', ;: : :

. Wright's foul over a car fonder on I another tied score, but like the 1m. -, i

!E "the sidelines. Pete took T. GriffHk's mortal Casey, ninth inning and two ; \r.'I .

r high foul. Not a ball hit in the field 1i I out, Moreland struck out. -
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YOU HEARD THAT CLEWISTON TRADE the provisions of a I 1927 legislativeact I i CROW BROTHERS .

111 II for the establishment of a state :

IJ Building Contractors
tuberculosis sanitarium in Florida :

I MR. AND MRS.' E. C. COLE ENTERTAIN ., Dixie Bcggs, Fort Myeis attorney Payrolls Here Attract have been taken by Governor Mar-, Complete Plumbing and Electrical

V.3.* buaius3 < visitor here. Attention 0 f Palm tin, it was announced recently; ] ,
t .. Departments
I The named B. .
has D.
Beach Men governor
I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cole entertained I( INN GUESTS Clewiston Fort MyersSfEMaSBSWJBSiriMSJcU
McKay of Tampa, newspaper pub.
with a dinner for Madnni! :* and Papa'/ .Among recent guests at the Clw.I
who' I WEST PALM BEACH Mar. 15- Usher and mayor of that city; Lewis
tan 1be, local hotel proprietors '
Inn A. H. Bridges of Bos.
were M. Lively, Tallahassee business man,
their son's I Keenly alive to the possibilities of I :
will leave this month for
those present t ton, Mass., Mr. and Mr3. E. Hademau,I Clewiston merchants of West Palm Iand John L. Edwards of Ocala as
home in Japan. ?
of Or- the three members of the state tnI aP> mJi 1l' CJPJF1@; m.
were Mr. and Mrs. E. C' Cole, Ma. Jr.. of Plant City, O. T. Longe I Beach are pointing to the communityIn '

Mrs, of the heart_ of the northern Ever-'berculosis board created to conduct :
dame and Papa S. Wannabe. lando, Mrs. George D. Chamberlin '(
W., of glades as one of the major reasons::: 'D survey of the state to ascertain the I
Emily Rickmeyer Mr. and :Mrs. SprIngfield, Ma s., A. D. Ballach I MeCD Y
most suitable location for erection of JL JL
,D. Becker Philadelphia, Pa., S. A. Price of San( for the optimistic outlook for an un.. 1.- _

Francisco, Cal., E. F. Loefler of Columbua -,J usually brisk business this summer, the proposed sanitarium. I

''it The sanitarium, when erclei Is tobe ,
r VISITORS HONORED 0., Mrs. G. Lewis of West i was- learned today.In : ;

T. H. Jackson were! Palm Beach Major Clark Lawrence virtually every business house oPeratod under direction of 'the :
Mr and Mrs. i I I
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honored by their son-in-law and of West Palm Beach, Frank E. Miller :In the city there is a decided trend r state tuberculosis board, with pa- I ,., r. REGISTERED -

daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jackson of Hoopeston, Ill., E, D. Wright,I': toward optimism in .forecasting bas- Bents to be admitted under certain I : :'{' 'y. I

Saturday night at a budge party in of Damascus. 0., Julia Niclas of ChI-.i iness conditions for the next: six I rules and regulations, the various r.'_: REAL ESTATE BROKER. .
I .I 1 months and the counties to bear the expense, ., .: '.
general development
their home. Six tables were set for sago, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Foster : .) I 'J.. ,
and Mrs.t!' the back country with Clewistonheading The act appropriates; $200,000 for : t : ffl
Mrs. Walker Stinsell: jr. South Orange, N. J., Mr. jof : J .. ;': ';
and I I'I .'.
the list 'I establishment ami maintenance of the :*-5.:: Clewiston 1 Fla.... : :' .
Woodward: were high William N. Binge of Ann Harbor,;, is said to be respon. : : .. ;;- ..
and Mrs. H. !I!!sanitarium. ? :"l.<:"J. -1 .
for the women while Jim Beardsley Mich., Leonard Ames of New York slble. j I '", 'T: ; '

and W. D. Cole were high for the City. Dr. and Mrs.. M. S. Meinzer ofj I'j News of Clewlston's substantial!1 I,,. .C Construction N ot the Clewlston .r : .\ I

juen.: Mrs. W. D. Cole was awarded Perth Amboy, N. J., and Mrs. C. H. weekly payroll has 'reached the coast!Pelle Glade road is also being followed .20, Acres 4 miles from Clewiston, deep black .muck. '
Tracy of Bowling Green, KY. merchants and the more alert are [?J
' the consolation prize. \ closely by the coast iner. ; Price $75.00 per acre.
vrcrv.Mr.. and now laying out advertising campaigns;, "
Among those i chants who ,
in the well
see proposed
-1\lr8. H. Jackson, Mr. and Mis. C. L. A. Morgan, Jr., was a business i ivisllOl' to attract some of this money to their* '
' Mr. and MM Dick C in Palm Beach last Wednes' city. ,i iAn :paved highway the removal of the > SO Acres 1 mile from Clewiston 'on LaBelle, ,highWay! :
A. Jackson, \
transportation problem, Which is
" Miller, Mrs. Claude Downs, Mr and day. I exceptionally prosperous pres-j now /,. Price 150.00 per acre / I
_____ ent season which rivals the ; the biggest obstacle to be overcome. '
F. Woodward Airs.. 11. O. I brIght;, :,' :D ..
; ..... Mrs H. With this stretch completed within:: .
I I I Thomas, Walker Stansell, jr., Mr. and. Sanders Morgan is visiting his I Post days of the boom with none of I'he next si:*, raoi1'according to H [| ::" : ::--0. 10 Acres near Clewiston, $100.00 per acre. -51 @ .
Mrs. He Is from the hectic' real estate fever Is claiming .
William 0. Owen, Mr, and brother L. A. Morgan, jr. -1 C i2Ii'
Mrs. '
\ I C. Huffman the contractor the East ;
VVat- Southerr College at Lakeland their attention at present but I Ie'ien : -
Coie Dlr..n- .,1.1 s:: 1', : '
E. C. I Coast merchants believe that business All these properties drained and irrigated I
*, r! *ur '.), a M.S: : I II L Simpson, i, with. this they: are, deeply' : interested ,I effect
will feel the of
:Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. and 11rs.Vallel Whitten were in the back country. several of| generally
r A1iz jean R V/lmman. I the improvement. Ei2J2J fi2J3Mol2J: [ ImiS1ffir!:!.. W cljNIia "[QJiQj
I, i. Beaidsiey and ,Mr.- aiid Mrs W in :Moore Haven last Saturday visit.'them considering the possibility of

: Ing friends. opening branch stores here. \
: 1). Cole. "
i, On a recent trip to West Palm

t', Mr. and Mrs. Louis I Beach a representative. the iQffi!
spenta Wetherlngton Clqw-
; Mr.. and Mrs. T \Watson. i
of Moore Haven' were guest of Mis.,Iston News found the 'merchants of I
I .a day a motor flip to Fort Myers .
Louis Morgan Sunday. the city anxious' to \\fui.i more of the "As Good astlie Best and Better than Most"This
I. and Naples . I i
I Everglades country 13 a potential factor -
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!. Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Troege Ii of Chi': J. R. Doty Mayor of LaBelle and I In eliminating all possibilities ofa 1

i cago' returned to tlirh home after T. F. Lane secretary of the Hendry summer slump.

spending a few mouths in Clewiston. county chamber of commerce were was the comment of. a recent couple who spent a'

Ii,'..' WATANABES. -ARE GUESTS ', visitors flee Friday.to the Clewiston- Newd of- few weeks at The Clewiston Inn, after stopping at several .

f. I I I hotels on the motor trip from Chicago. ,

Madame and Papa S. Watanabe MRS BUCHANAN ADDRESSES 1t

t .were honored at a dinner. last week, CLUB Because it,! is typical of the statements of most. of the

when Mr. nd Mrs. R. L. Simpson en., their comme"'nts of
guests ; are worthy repetition. \
. r tertained at their home on Del Monte An interesting account of a ship ,

c avenue. Following dinner a moonlightride wreck in the north Pacific was given + "We stopped at several of the better hotels on our trip .

was enjoyed on Lake Okeecho- at a meeting of the Clewiston Worn.an's P
Madame' and here and in each, we compared the surroundings and at
k* bee. Those present club last Thursday when Mis.
T. V. There must foe with the Inn Clewiston.
Papa Watanabe, Mr. and Mrs C. J. Buchanan of Indianapolis, re. mosphere 'at

, .. c Watson, Mrs. H. O. Thomas and counted her experiences in the ship a Silver Lining

f Frank Richmann. wreck which happened 30 years ago. .- "In some of,' the larger cities we of course saw more I lavishly -

. The boat was one of the first to Here you have the always-welcome appointed hotels, but on arrival here we decided that I

t' Mrs. E. C. Cole accompanied by make the trip to the Klondike and combination of a foxtrot.and. 'a than
' the Clewiston Inn is as good as the best and better .
W. D. waltz record.
Mrs. the
: Mrs. Jesse 'Tlppey and, was making leaving on same Snappy

Becker spent a day in Fort Myers ou hundreds of miners in Alaska. vocal refrains tell you what they'reall f' most of f those at, which- we stopped.
about. The music itself has that
, e a shopping tour. j I Acts of heroism contrasted sharply
smoothness, spiced with tricky Whether you're, just passing: through or planning itO'spend
with cowardly selfishness on the rhythms, that has made these two

Mr. and Mrs. B. W. McDonald ot part of some of the passengers Mrs. dance organizations become national a delightful winter, make the Cewiston Inn your

. Crescent Drive motored to Tampa favorites. There are four other .
Buchanan and although the ac. headquarters \yhile in Clewiston. '
' records this .
interesting on .
Sunday. very '
cadent happened years ago she hasa \ ,.
week's release. Come in and hear
vivid memory of the cir-
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( E. C. Cole, G. L. Sims and -TomSmith .cumstances.For ', *

in West Palm: ,
spent a day ;
days they drifted in an open There Mail Be a Silver Lining _
1; Beach on business j I boat finally landing on a deserted island (That's Shining For Me) -4 :} : .1 Y r 3'I .. *
Fox: Trot With Vocal RtfroAn
to be rescued a few days later W..uuNg' PENNSTLVJU4L/LK8/
Another fast speedboat will be by a passing ship. My Stormr Weather Pal .
those' Lake Waltz With Vocal .R_/rom.
added to the list of on
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regular meeting of the local JOHNNY JOHNSON L'k
" 20 speedboat PmNNBYLYAHUNaN t- f r -r-A 1
Okeechobee, when the foot AND His STATIXA
club was to have been held Friday _
being built for Frank Bucher .. 21227, 10.1ab '
but was advanced to Thursday that

;,. : .-:. 'and G. B. Heard is completed ,'The the members might hear Mrs. Buchanan's Ramona-Wake With""Vocal B_/ron

new boat will be one of tae ftatefit Lonely Melody-Fox Trot
experiences. PAUL WurrzHAH AND His OBCBISTOAN :ic \

r on the lake, they say. i *. 21214, 10-Inch ., c, ) f,,' '.
Kr..f I.
f.r ", 1 I INTERIOR DECORATOR HERE Smile-Fox Trot With Vocal ChorusPAUL .,;' ;:: :Ji'- : ,:': ):.: :,; ::'.

Twelve year old Catherin Heard' WBITEUAN AND HIS ORCUESTSA, I !'i! t -' .'J;; I. I 1
,It popular as a Charleston dancer at the Away Down South .In Heaven : k !
A very'much interested visitor to :Fox ,Trot With Vocal Refrain : '
Clewiston Inn has another claim to; Clewiston THE VIRGINIANS !, ; : r
last week, wa.V: J. Val lt[ ;
I' distinction the fact that she is tee 1 I entine, who came with Major Clark No. 21228 lO-Inch : ; : .

youngest aquaplane rider in this Black nnd Blue Blues .
i --\ J. Lawrence the architect for the -' -"
section. i I' WitA Vkvld and Piano
\- \ Clewiston News and the residences, Lickens
Having never been on a* board be- I
.I for Mr. Cole and Mr. Bigg I With Piano e THE DUNCAN SISTERS
fore she made a test 'trip with, No. 21226, 10-lntk
I II j I Mr. Valentine is a well known In-
Frank Bucher to balancing
I try and I j tenor decorator, :who hat: an unusually Bungalow of Dreams CKUCBMT TRIO
!', after ten minutes, she rode the .piano !. interesting studio From Midnight Till Dawn
'| at No. 12, Phipps
alone for twenty minutes'' behind a JOHNHY UABYIK
.Plaza in Falm_Beacb, whi'is known N.. 31230, 10InchClewistn .
fist, : rnoto.boat. '
', I as; "Valentine, ImMr. \" .
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1 Valentine has this year success..
.. In the aquaplaning party; arranged fully decorated ( ,
I I the beautiful' now fin,1. ,
: ''11II/;/' R. L. Catherln I
cv Simpson: were ) and
]I I shop of Black, Star and Frost and
Charleuo Heard Mr .
; Walker .Stan,
the homes of Major Barclay H. War-
sell, jr., Miss Beatrice Kettl, Frtmk I I Furniture Co. .
burton, Mrs Henry Rea .."
I, Bucher, Wade Alexander I II" I and many \ ., "
II I William, other well known Palm Beach. resi : .. .. The Clewiston Inri'J
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G. Ames Leonard .
Ames )and Tom
I"" :,I dences. While in Clewiston, he worked .-......-- 1- ,
Smith. ,
'f I. out, a charming scbcme: for tHe Now Orthophonic
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., hangings of the Blprg residence and '
James A. Calderhead '/and Mack Clewiston, Florida
: expects to
,I return in about two weeks Victor
,. Prichett of Fort Myers spent a day to finish the decorations of this
in Clewlstou on business.( :
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p i facilities to.take care of all of the needs of builders and home owners This will cover all construction materials

jj-i: : and 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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BEARDSLEY TO I I Miss Peggy Marker of Fort Lau.
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I AT THE MOVIES I MAKE RUN FORLEGISLATURE At the Sunday morning service Div. !Ij I IN LABELLE 'I derdale was the guest crl Bir.; and Mrs. 'I}'

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will continuatIon
W. T.
Bailey give a .
Friday, March 16th Buzz Barton FRIEND ,' ,l'I By Mrs. E. L. ROGERSww I .
of his last Sunday's sermon, "Insight
In The Boy Rider." Introduces this I Ik ._ 1 l Miss '
,, 'into John XVII." ? wy' Flay Bryant is sp.endtng"" the'

eckled-face Western, boy-star in a (Continued from page 1)) OF 0. HENRYContinued j The Sunday evening sermon .will Lynn Toder of Moore Haven was week end with Miss Ann Connolley /

ding! sensation, packed with novelly large library" comments Mr. Beards !ibe only a few minutes talk on "The I a ,LaBelle visitor Wednesday evening. Iin Miami -: I'

j speed and suspense. Only thirteenyears' I Great Business.! ." This will be foLlowed I. /s
Ie). Overseas in August 1918. sere ( from page 1)) -'-- /
old but : full fledged star. H.
a I
cation in Luxemburg," with machineIce : Texas Rangers, his brother Frank, by the Annual Congregational. Mr. and. Mrs. Johusou of Sears nand :son: Ells.

And how this kid can ride and... act in France and "a wonderful v awho turned renegade, John Michaux meeting for whi(5h! EVERYONE is Werein LaBelle Sa'turc1a.'y. :i'I worth will arrive this wee 'to' join
Also good comedy. gun organizations, and a discharge: reporter for the Greensboro News, 'asked to remain. Members and nonmembers + r'Evorett' Mrs Brogdon. whd has been here M
I I .
somo time.
r .1 from the Fifth Division as First Lieutenant Judge J. E. Boyd, who was afterward alike are cordially invited I

Saturday, March 17th Jack Per in: August 191t>, completes the i Assistant Attorney General under the and requested to be there. Let every- Burchard and Mass! Evelyn! __ *
nn in "Thunderbolt Tracks.." This Burchard were visitors in Clewiston Mr. It
f for help make this lively W. Montgomeiy of Chattanooga -
army record. Mr. Beardsley has McKinley administration, Judge John one a good
.. ;'s a rousing, roaring Western storyi'roni several years been a very active' mem- GIlmer of Superior Court, Colonel meeting, and end the past church Friday: Tenn.; killed one of the largest -

; a popular magazine, and guar ber of the West Palm Beach, Legion i Jim! Morchead. Judge Dillaid and his year. In flue shape. I 4 I I allgdtors that has bocu seen in

:nteed to furnish plenty of excite., Post, and' Is one of the organizers son Jack, win were: all noted attar j I J. '0. Wagner -t;; Citrus Center was this community .for somo time, It

ment Fifth" chapter of Serial "Offi.1 and a charter member of the Veter- !.wa at law a-.d; Judge Schonck, who: RUMMAGE SALES I among the business' visitors 1n' La I measured nine feet, and nine inches.

,;, cer 444. an's Club of Clewiston. was instrumcrl,.t in conserving the Belle Monday. 'j' SeveJ'al' ...
Let this be a reminder to you of I 'I i !'mii-.L-.r of he Women's
.1 site of Guiltird court house, of bat. I '
Returning to the lake immediately !I
: Monday, March 19th "Her Fa- th" two R'tmmage Sales tha are j club met at the home cf Mrs. Bon
( went tie fame, ai Incidentally, (;iitilford Mr. and Mrs: C. E I
after discharge Mr. Beardsley ; Royer, Mrs.j
:her Said 'No!' America's greatestw.fs scheduled for the 24th and 31st of :|i ham n Canal Point Tuesday afternoon
farming'wIth court house Is the homo of Mr Ikn- Hodges Miss Comella ,.
vigor Emory Thump- .
-cracking, humorist comedyscream at the tats mont Co ovoi yuu.J J "wiut'r' :, Mrs. Lena Lamb of Melbourne
I and he bacame known throughout the bow, now ot Moore haven, a wpa( son and Miss Kathryn Deane at- Beach
vice chairman
with Mary Brian, Al Cook, thlngd' and Inst gear's srrir.gtl..ngs I,I of Section 10
: rapidly y developing Glades coun. also the :playe): of the ancestors cf our Iended the dance In ClewIs ton Fri, ,
now ) and f was the chief : of whichmuch
Kit Guard and little Frankie Darro. ; !nf if there isn't MMI, ,'. Sp-Mvcsmau;
I townsman, 'l M '1''J sore i
day night.
I practical and successful
try as a thing you will be discarding soon. !i benefit was derived. Those
i I !,1ese are lit",. ', t sol' i-.iny m>rrsve 'i
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 'I successful farmer. During the years i I.et'Mrs. Roy Simpson know if thereis i j from Belle Glade Wrj:;e:: Mrs. J. E.

I from 1919 to' 1925 he was often call passed to h- gn a nn'hnw-: :: and she' will make: arrangements Mr. and Mrs. George Pettee motored ,: Brown, Mrs M. W. Hart Mrs. Ben

ed the south shore you see t.; '*, I Ifenry( ", n choose I to Fort Myers \\t.jdjiesdaj'.j)
on to represent j: Parker, Miss
(to collect it lh" day preceding ,ih'! II 1 I Floy Bryant and Mrs.B. .
I hereby announce as a candidate, communities in load, drainage and his inspiration f di- .:.& apt' ale. I. ,_ V. Pace. At this meeting the Canal -

for County Commissioner from Dis-; transportation matters. "While the of minds.' I I II I J j E. L. Rogers made a business trip Point club was taken into the I

lrict No.3, subject to the June Pri, flood :years of 1922 and after were WIll Porter iO. Henry) was really -1 '. MARRIED (| to Fort Myers on Monday\ : 'i I federation.
I mary. \ ''J disastrous to us in a financial way : in his earlier days, a harumscarum ? --- : -

H. L. DELANEY j I 11 feel that only by :going through. kind of a chap, never doing; I Mrs. Anna Grafstrom of Chicago Chief W. R Powell made a business

I, such experiences ';could my present thai: would put, him on a lower plant- :'and Mr. F. L. Williamson of Clewis ,' trip to T l aha.see'this) week To The Farmers -
Hurd L. Reeves announces for reelection i I
knowledge of local drainage conditions 'with his fellow, siudei and cronies.: ton were married in New York on ,
as Tax Assessor of the best, nut Just full of the devil, and "reai- 1928... Jim (Continued from page 1))
have been obtained' is his com- March 6th, i! Taylor 'of Felda was In our
county in the state. Let us all pull together 'ment of this period. jtj- 10 go," a' t '.". surely :r.-l' SHC'credo -' town on business Monday. tiou of the 4 Everglades and those

for the good of all parts of in my wanderings through other who want to see this more complete .
j Convinced in the. spring of 1925, I I .
Hendry County. '' : countries, that one night, after a j service in the paper are to fill cut .
Well too.I remember later,
'that it would be several years before years Mrs. J. B. Rudd and Mrs. Aaron;
: If satisfied with work "genteel jamboree ,'" r came out of the following blank and mail it direct
you are my Bronson attended church in ;f
normal water conditions would again Fort My
one of the large banks which had a deep sleep to find myself a jail to the Clewiston News, Citwis-
VOTE FOR ME on June 5th. 1]i,i obtain in the region around the lake -I I ers, Sunday evening.
', recently failed in West Palm Beach, inmate with O. Henry and the cele. ton, Fia.

I wish to announce my candidacy!|I :\Ir. Beardsley embarked iu: the and all advices are that he was suc- I braietl Al Jenrnu' ;*. of Oklahoma' Marvin If :your neighbor farmer does not
'well.night I Blount who
universal occupation of recently lelt! La
yor County Commissioner from Dis cessful. fame. 1 have a News let him writs his information -
i all Floridians of'hat time, selling : Belle for Huntsville, Ala., was, called I j ,
trict Number 5, subject to the June:' The urge to return to the lake country At that, place, all foreigners; were on a piece of paper and,
real' estate. "The the bedside of his father'
of moneynrac'e J. W.
Democratic Primary, June 5th. I|I story I which was not jot diminished by ordered to be detained the object be- Blount mail it in.. It will sever the purpose
: and lost is so common to all who has been ill some time.
J. P. HULL foe tough years of flood conditions ing to identify Al Jennings, who but the blank is put in this nieek's!
I I of. us, and mine, differs not one whit
I caused Mr. Beardsley to receive with! was 'badly wanted, so we all three News for your convenience.
I wish to announce my candidacy I from the rest," he remarks. The lat-!I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Preston :Mrs. ,
I I : I I i favor a proposition from the 'Cle"fs'j| wre dragged ia'o tire net, unaware \ .
'"or County Registor for Hendry 'I ter part of 1926, Mr. Beardsley was!: ton interest tc' beroniu the sales; !II [however of tIle Ufoti.y; one nf the i! G. Homtr and sons, Garner and Cor- 1 Name . ...... . .- .. ..:0 .. .
the DemocraticJune employed I 1 .: ,... left WedniJ ,
County subject to as assistant received of I <; : 'r .utetidi"!
for their His
manager other. But We' thr-3 broke out of '

5th.., !: services in this capacity were more, jail that 1 night, anl I helped to steal f in}Bainbridge Ga I . ...... . .,................;- ....- -......-

J. O. CLARK r Story appeared in Collier's and Cos. I than satlsiacloiy but a, determinatior. two,, horses and a mule, and went .,. ,, .
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I wish I mopolitan magazines. Now don't be on the part of the executives to de. with them to Brownsville I 1-1 -
J to announce my candidacy afraid to turn yourself loose' 1 I" Texas. ,' .' ', Address ............. .........:.. ..... __.
"or Tax Collector for Heodry County and vote all the money and personnel of where we each went his way, and. BELLE ,' ., ';

:ubject to the Democratic Primary, laugh when you, see this-it's made I the organization to the execution ofj I[ since that, time I have 'never seen GLADE .
*une 5th. just for. that. Also, Aesop Film., Fa.1 I the sugar cane program caused an either of them, except on the. "silver PARAGRAPHS No of Acres Cultivated' . . .

JAMES L. TAYLOR I bles and a 'Beauty Shop' short com- 'am -able several of these relations screen., .

I edy. This Is a fun program. the past winter. I am proud to remember that r w\1I1 I! By Mrs, B. V, PACE, \

TO THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY Jim is now handling properties for a fellow school boy, with Will Porter -r .....................-........,..-.. ........... .-............
Mrs. Bob Matthews of Fort Lauderdale
COUNTYI Wednesday, March 21st "Old the Clewistcn: company and' individuals and all thesq memories are sweet ; .
hereby announce myseit as a Maids is visiting, her 'paro.lts-l\Ir.\ and
Convention"-staged by Clew, as a broker and sales agent and i .u me, save the many lickings that ,
candidate for' Representative from iston home actors and actresses. Seethe I "on I received Mrs. J. O. Darden. Kind of Crops ...:...._...._..." ..................._..
'I farming the sIde" so he says, because : from O. Henry's aunt

Hendry County subject to the action folks you know, and see 'em act. "it's in the blood and you cant ,_ ._.:' ,-_ ,- -

of the Democratic June Primary. Folks, this is, given by the Ladies' get rid of it." C.
If nominated and elected J shall --
Aid of the Clew ston Community I 1\1'rs. 'Beardsley, the former Ruth

I keep in mind the fact that the Rep. church, and every man jack his mothers Robbins of Congress Park Illinois, I II "1I

rsentatire is the respesentative: of: and sisters and his
and who cast her lot with Jim in. March

he people and as such I shall rep his aunts are all urged to come forth I 1918, and the "Beardstoy boys" seven,I 1"
resent all sections of Hendry County :and support them. Come early)" if you six and four years, respectively, coin-I ,." :'.

to the very best of my 'ability. want a seat. (Not a picture show). I prise the family. Mr. and Mrs. .
Your vote and support will be ap 1 Friday, March 2rd.:; Tom TylerIn Beardsley are members of the Clew i I' "< xl" '? .
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"The Desert Pirate:' iston Community church, active in : ,

Respectfully Special: Next week Harold its affairs, and vitally interested In '
To The Voters o Hendry Coun t ,
LOUIS O. GRAVELY Lloyd in "The Kid. Brother".-his lat the schools sports, social affairs,. and | ;}! ,\ :
Pd. P. A. est and
best-starting 8:00 P. M. all other interests of the community.: 1 ,: .

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Representative 'on he next gislatl1re.. from Hendry Jt : f '

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\ I I.I ,; '" ;' 1 desire to state that if nominated, and elected I shah L,.. do- every .
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"j\\ /v thing within my power to \assist in the development of out',6 ,interest in ':. ;; ',
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.J. I.': ,I';' I I counly. The 'wonderful made in' ,
',' .} our progress our countYneeds en-
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., ; ';; >: and aid. Clewis Sears .and elda :shown ;
couragem'enl have '
1' 4S : ; ,: ton, von'derful ,
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:;1' : ,>' W :-:;: ;,1;:;" ':> ': ; progress and it will be my pleasure 10 cooperate with\ these "
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.;. f ... 'I.. progress. I II ;. ':
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1: il"; 1 :': : ." i':,l I l 'shall do all in my, po'wer.to, have a State Highway recited'. """ ';,'

Clewiston' Inn ( I
's: running South from the' North county line through the entire ..bounty
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I j. .' ,' thus giving Hendry County an excellent Road Syst m. ,, -' .
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I shall favor a revision of the present game law in the : in ciesl ,
Friday March 16th ; 1'1 'Q

: : t 'of f the citizens) of Hendry County. 'I :t: :. ,, "' ".

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,:" .. J hall do all within my power to assist,' the Educational. Departments '
:111'l '; qf our County and State the Farmers and, Cattle ; '
jiII '' men .
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111,'' '. I hall ever keep in mind the fact that the duties of a Repr -
"I'I' ':.: rsentative
j'. f",. to the wishes of those whom he : ';
ill. are carry out represents.' -; ,t

: '' TICKETS $3.00 ':,:',:; > : > I

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glad if, my opponents so desire, to discuss rile issue
: ( >': ... I involved ,!in this campaign in a joint meeting before thc people at Py '

I\\\i TIle ':' i hme. I I' '' '-'

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\ Club i Respectfully, y;,a : )

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