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 23, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Wilder In Talk I Move b'PlanTo- HelpAgritrilt I Statements of" Local PARENT TEACHERS !I Local d Contractor Is Also

Clewiston Stresses ral Development Packer Substantiatedby Among Those to
i At .
I Says McDonald- Trade ., I ASSOCIATION IS. Construction.Four .
Need Of -
I Aggressive- I ARE TOSSED IN _,I I
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: ness. 4 ., Receipt of a carload of farm .Implements Statements made by W.: C. Hooker ORGANIED HERE more builders, three of them'

1 for use of farmers of the! ,'POHHTICAL RING:i'.'president of tlio' Clewiston Packing northern residents this week completed
/ molting
"Speaking b ore an informal and announced
,Everglades was ..annomced'esterday, ]I company that there, will be an ex. '
night Mrs. H. F. Woodward Is Ihtlr plans of construction programs
.of local voters here Saturday by ,C. W. MacDonaldgeneral,- manager : ceplionally good market for tomatoes ::

GeorgG H. Wilder\,' of Plant .City candidate of the Clewiston Motor com |E. L. Stallings And> Bill, this spring were; substantiated; Named PresidentOf providing for the immediate erectionof
five new "horacs Their action is
for representative in congress pany. Andrews Announce in a recent' issue'of the New York New
Body 'as the
interpreted in- local circles ,, '
district The equipment includes disc, cutaway 1 Packer in a general survey of the
from the First Florida urg- This Week! forerunner of construction
great programs
annd tooth harrows, several I I tomato situation. : Plans for closer cooperation! between
ed that "more aggressiveness and 'I : to care for the hundreds of
bean and teachers in local school
potato the :
types of plows, corn, y \ Their follows : ]
findings -
are as :
active service Two county hats sall.ied \ workers who will Clewistonfor
jtRknoticeable 'and honest planters cultivators and special more Hendry and parents of the pupils were discussed come to
i 3XJ The shortage in marketable: tomatoes -
I, *-is one of our greatest governmentalneeds farm: wagons for use in muck polls.r! through'air and' lighted .in the political is greater than expected airl last / Friday when organiza-l:\ tho operation of the new 1,500

tlieMcDonaldBurgman ring [this week with'the an.I II tion Parent- associatioh'' ton a clay sugar mill now under ,con-
The implements, shipped by of a 'reachers '
I today. there seems to be no relief in sight
nouncemcnt of the 'c candidacy of W.P. I I ( struction. I
, of Jacksonville -I
:' ,tIn 'is''\':'dcldllg thecongressional company until the fore part of when the was perfected. I
Mr': "Wittier; > April .
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week and (Bill) Andrews for county tax Those who announced taeir pro
J. were received this first crop"from reset plants be Mrs.\ H. F. Woodward was unanimously -
''. seat now held by. H. I j collector and E, L. Stallings for suiperinleudeiit may grams this week are George E. Connell -
... are now in stock at the local expected to start moving from the I elected president and, 1\11'3.\\
; Dram of Lakeland. impressed. thevoters of public instruction in !, local architect and builder: J.W. .
I' company. lower East Coast These however W. C. Hooker secretary and .
"assembled at the Alston's' drug Stocking of the agricultural equipment the county, adding. another dash' of are hardly expected to ,affect the,I i ef. I Troeger 01: Chicago who spent

,. behind will for the needs oil interest to the county pol'tical{' : situ- a few ll10nti1s in Clewiston this win:: "
store with a sincerity of purpose here care } 1 i
; quantity materially, !inasmuch as they Several valuable suggestions ,,'ere'
Glades and ation which opened a few weeks ago ter; Mrs.: Helena S. Sadtler of Philaaelphia. --
r defined desires. "If farmers from Hendry, will than 25 I made for
his well- j I represent not more or the improvement of the
counties and another with the first announcements of the who decided to buil-J after'a
candidate Palm Beach 30 per cent of the total:! stale pl'oducJ school and the Parent-Teachers
--elected stated the "Ij ; t
c toward making Clewiston th I j present. campaign. three-day stay in this communityand
step If. 1 tion at that time. I sociation
will work 'some them
on of
will have but one promise to fulfill, industrial and commercial center o 1 l Announcements this' week of the Mrs.' Emily Rickmeyer of Colum.

and that is a promise to"give you ag the Everglades. latest candidates brings the total The chief influence this crop will I at present .and...... take up others at a1' bus, Ind. who after a. week here

gressive and active service every day Farmers from South Bay, Belle, number in the field to ten who are j jpinning' have will be an improvement in the later date.Meetings. I conpJ t'-d arrangements for: building.
1 will be held the third Friday -
; 1 quality. At present time the old ,
their hopes on the voters'opinions I <\T} impoitaut feat > ot the announcement
Pahokee Point will
Glade and Canal }
:, I am your servant. This district plants which survived the low ternpcratiues of every month at three o'clockin
be interested in the announcementof at the primary elections en and one which it was explained
entitled to many benefits at the of January and Februaryare the school, and those interested
Ih2 faith the
stocking June 3. i reflects : of ",
the Clewiston firm's '
i" We who I furnishing an of in building a larger and better school I '
hands of the government average but builders is that they are not investing
farm equipment and on the west the for Clewiston .
to the federal eoL. seven to ten cars per flay and because are cordially invited
, are turning over nearest competitor will be in Fort to attend. I t i their money for speculation:: but 1
fers millions annually are entitled to of the injury done to the plants 1 convinced of 'the future of the sectIon .

in the form of govcia- Myers. themselves, only about 10 per cent of Organization of the ParentTeach:! Y
some ,inward, "Our stocking this equipment," Mr 'I are anxious to have mon : J JI
the field crates can be graded fan ers ,association in Clewiston it was
menial aid. : ey invested l here. All of the five '
McDonald said "is in
keeping '
here lhat Mr. Wilder pointed C-. Choice is running about 35 per explained reflects the growing inter :'
.:, It was houses will be offered:: for rent, the ,j
the policy of the to render
".. to two objectives! toward which company I cent, with 55 per ,cent, or the ma est of town residents in the school I Clewiston News was informed. ]
much to
as as possible affairs.
0 he would bend his every euegry it 9 rx jority, grading gems. Sizes, too, are The fact that both northern and
the farmers of the "Everglades. A
I elected "I beU-e\re", he said, "that dt. s running much smaller than in a normal Similar, organizations have been Ic cal people .\announceil: ; their plans
survey of the entire section has thoroughly formed in
I ,. I ..the '.time has come when we must year virtually every city of the a.mosl; simultaneously U accepted as

.e'; ,:;. ':'"navo"action.1 : : 1- want'to Fee: a- ship convinced, us that' the futureof Some increase in supplies'expect country -and the work they_have done ar>,':'her .conclusiveargument:\ for- the .:'_
the Glades :-
: depends on agricultureand "
has"not i
,' r canal extending from the East Coast in 'ed around :March 25, when l some of only built bigger and betterschools future here, and it: was: pointed out
I helping tha farmers where-
to the West Coast through Lake ( 1 line younger plants: which survived but has brought' the teachers' as significant that the three northern
ever possible 'we
are merely doing
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Okeechobee. Such an improvement is I the cold snap and have put out suckErs problems to the parents and resulted people preferred to invest their money -
our to
speed development oft
an absolute necessity; and one whichiqre ?'.r x will come into production. While r in closer cooperation'between : in ClewistoD rather than in their
:;f crtire' Everglades kh:
t have been entitled to for some! country. some improvement. in the quality may the two with, resultant benefits lo ,home cities, while the action; of the

time. With it, we could enjoy the i I be expected by reason of the younger the pupils. local builder who has been In Clew-

: benefits of water transportation, I NEW INN MANAGER 'fz< tl age7 of the plants at the time of the iston for a few\ years !is accepted as ;

lower freight rates, and a lessening ASSUMES: DUTIES freezing, yet it is upon the new settings CLEWISTON WATER indicative of his faith in the community ::::

of the hazards of such a storm thatj I I I that the best quality and production GOOD IS REPORT based on a thomugh knowledge .. :

so shortly swept our lands and drown..: Mrs. M. E. can be depended. of conditions. +
ed our people. We. must have: that:I Says I )i The West Coast tomalo deal so far Low Bacterial Count I ,Before leaving for her northern "''

canal. Also, I am strongly in favor Clewiston Prospects has had no setbacks, and indications Shown by State home Mrs. Emily Rickineyer of Co. iI

of a high protective tariff on the I Better Than Ever announced his now point to a normal acreage, crop I lumbus I placed an order w.th: G. B. Y
who "
S things we grow and the things we'' Bill Andrews and quality, as much of the West Health Board Heard local builder for a Spanish "it.
sell. If we are {lo pay a tariff on eveiything Mrs. M. E. Kynett candidacy through the ClewistollNews Coast area is sub-irrigated '
., -I associated with this week. for reelection as or capable Sanitary quality of Clewl ton was lype six room residence re. bo erected ,:j

we use, why not, then, have the Clewiston company since its or- county tax collector is considered one of surface irrigation which 'i ter is "V :y good"accordin; to the un Lot 7, Block 203. 'On completion! .:='

the benefits of a tariff on' what our I ganization has assumed her new duties ofthe most popular men in LaBelle being deficient called upon. Rainfall has been i latest report of the state board of the stucco residence will b.3 occupied : .

energies: produce? We cannot long as manager of the Clewiston Inn. along the West Coast. Thelast 'health by Dave Alston local druggist. ?
and in soliciting the support of his following an analysis of a
meet the free competition of Cuban "The outlook is rain of registerable
brighter ever" quantity wason Mrs. Helena S. Sadtler Philadelphia iY
sample of water
constituents he is pointing lo his from Clewiston. ,
and :Mexican farm produce, all'.l unless was the comment of Mrs. M. )E. Ky- record as tax collector with officehe February 13, but the irrigation facilities According to E. L. Filby chief en. ,, woman after a short visit here, '

we have that tariff, financial' nott ,who ori'ved:: in Clewiston lale ,of the West Coast have been announced her plans for attractive
has held since tho formation of gineer of the board of health, the. total an -
failure are sure to come." last week to assume her ,dutiesas ample to take care of any deficiency
new dwelling Lot ?2 -
on Block 203. \
bacterial ,
count in 24 hours @
If, __ the county in 1923!;) On the on
manageror the Clewiston Inn other hand the lower East Work will .
I the first sample during be started immediately I:
his the same
E. L. Stallings in announcing -I'ojist!;; has
TEMPERATURE AND LAKE succeeding Miss J.'' E. had too much rain. end
Landers who This length of time is only ISO. the building O'i I completion wills
candidacy through The Cle has h
resigned two, weeks affected the crop Itself offered for
ago. ex.I Report rent.
News said that he believes drat his; cept in on colon in both, samples '
.,, Average high temperature for theweek Mrs. Kynett: who has been;; associated preventing proper culture o f was "none". "From the George E. Connell who d(. igItd y
valuable I analytical -
educator will above
years as an prove the fields I
in Clewiston was 74 with low :) with the and weeds and '
Clewiston grass have (Continued
"oinpauysince data on page 5))
the chIer'engineer a
he 1 is i said
expeiipu-.c' In tb'ent
become ,
at 53, Earl Merchant local wealher its organization and who as so firmly rooted it i is difficult "we would that the j
say bacterial
elected. : orsanitary
observer said. Indianapolis representative properly ,to cultivate them. Then ( SERMON TOPICS
has been
Last Mr. Stalling, 'j i is a native of Georgia :- too, the root I quality of the water is very ,
Saturday wa.s.the system '
hottest day effectively spreading the gospel of of the i "
,of the week with SG degdees while Clewislon, through her home state has lived in Florida for the fields along he East Coast were swell JI j! goodr Through. the Dr. 1 4'. I Biv'i Ci) .luJe his '
local filtration
the mercury hit the lowest visited past 25 years and was county agent developed that system, sermon on the subject "insight in
point on Clewiston in December when cultivation could I tile
ri Hendry county in 1924 and 1925r I not be water used In Clewiston has been John XVII" Sunday -
Monday with 46. I fjovernor l\Iar'un broke ground fo carried on in proportion t o'>I I brought morning at the
lit is now Q. successful fanner. the needs up to a high standard and Community church. .
Total we'ek of the ,
rainfall for the plant
was .bu: ire construction of the new: sugar above the surface
, inches and the average level of t'he'Jake I I mill. All of tho county office seekers of the ground. As the situation! in the stale.favoarbly with 'the best I Sunday evening Dr. Bailey will

14.4 are from the LaBelle- and Felda. sec now stands there give a talk on "Happiness."
was feet
(Continued on page 5)) be but little
I i.\ tions with the exception of J. l;. relief in the matt r of quantity and ,

, I "Jim" Bearduley of Clewis ton' who I Quality of available tomatoes before OLD MAID'S CONVENTION

MARKET CONDITIONS MORE SOUND ltst week announced his candidacy I about April 5, with the larger pan J GOES .,

f r county representative. of APPJI when

LATEST REPORT IN STATE SHOWS Those in the race are now; For comes into bearing.At the .West Coast crop; OVER BJC'WITHRECORD CROWD

representative, J. A. Hendry, L: O the present time strictly fancy

--'. '- I (Continued on page 5)) tomatoes ere bringing ,I
I $66.,0.
'Conditions In the northern markets! pointed > Amateur theatrical productions are end. The: only disappointment of the
: type 22.25( fancy mostly

are steadily becoming sound wIth a 1: $2.75, poorer low aa: $1,25, Reds $2 Clewiston News To Belle Glade Woman always worth attending. evening was that Heard, well dress..'

general slight increase noted accord-I i 250. Potatoes: New stock supplies Either they're so good that they ed for the part did not go into his

ing to the latest report furnished by I j I and demand limited, market about Give Voting Data Suicides In HomeY are startling or they're so terribly famous dance. And Beach as the au-

the Florida State marketing a .soclatIon. -j I steady, no Fla stock quoted Peppers: f bad that they are funny. tomatic man-but there wasn't quite
n, To acquaint the voters of Hendry .
I Fla 2, supplies limited, demand moderate Martha Pemberton age GS Wednesday night's production enough of his halting songs.

: The report is as follows: \ | market steady, Fla crates fan county with legal facts in connection shot and fatally( wounded her self'at when the Ladies Aid society offered But to get to the convention.Dim 1'1

'New York:. (clear 34)), Strawber:! cy ?.J tj4.501< > choice $2@2.50.< > Escarole ::- I with voting at the primary elections s her home }here. She was found the "Old Maid's Convention" was in recollection of cobbled streets

., vies: Fla 3, 2 cars on track} supplies I, : Fla 2, supplies! limited, demand -I on June S, the Clewis ton News lying on the floor by the man delivering -I the first class! The entire" offeringwas and jerky horse cars, and policemenwith -'

limited, demand moderate market ice. Aid was well staged and han- those old style helmets were
;, moderate, market stronger for through the cooperation of H A. summoned and cleverly
steady for good stock fair I I she was rushed brought vividly back to us as Mrs.
,e mostly ;i good stock, Fla 1 1-2 bushel hampers to Palm Beach (o dled.The

to oio'anry! Fla 32 quart crates oest best $1.50, poorer 75c@$1, some re.1 Rider prominent LaBelle attorney the Good Samaritan hospital where Glee club seemed' to work better Woodward as Maribah Lovejoy, president -

50GOc( per quart, mostly 65c, ordi. fused. Beans: Fla 3, receipts equiva. will publish in next week's issue extracts she died Thursday night Mrs. I ern' 'than ever and the quartette is of the convention, flounced

nary 35@45c, some poorer lower., lent to 1 car express Fla, supplies' from the Florida state law on berton was widely known and had 1 almost worth a separate story. Composed down the aisle, and as she was followed .

i ,Tomatoes: Fla 5, Mex 2, receipts limited, demand moderate, market the subject. a host of friends. She has one daugh_II of Beach, Lehner, Bailey and by Mrs. Dick;: Miller and the

equivalent 2 cars boat Fla suppliesand about steady for good stock, Fla I This feature which will ,deal with] ter 'In Belle Glade, Mrs. Eggieston. :,, Heard, the four were pleasingly ,re. others we couldn'.t' help but wonder
demand moderate ma'ket Funeral .: moved what perverted sense of thrift had
about hampers green, flat fair to ordinary the arrangements wero made by from the usual village quar_

.. steadY, Kla 6s fancy $60)7) poorer best $4(
$4.5<><@)5,50 choice 4.505 1 the state and county together with i mcnt was in robes these vintages of an earlier age.
poorer comedy made
nary 2753.50, poorer low as ?1.25: Saturday after It one of the interestIng -

$2.5ul) (@3.50, 216s 2350. Cabbage; round best $3.GO@4.50< > poorer low as I ptyment of poll lax data, is given i noon at three o'clock. She is survived -j bits of' evening. Tony Lehner If by chance they made tuo clothes

Fla 8, N Y 4, Tex 9, new stock supplies 1. $1,50, few express lots high as $6, 1!I by the' Clewiston, Newa in keeping by her husband and several surprIse us too with his remarkable specially, for the, play. the result

'f and demand moderate, market wax ordinary $a<(SU, very few higher, with its policy of service to the conotantly children Ill health is given as the ; stage presence and Ed Bailey as tho ws an artistic achievement.

steady, Fla 1 1-2 bushel hampers poorer ]low as $1.25 ) increasing number of readers. cause of her act. I straight man more than held up his (Continued on page 5))


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Successor The to Clewiston The. Clewiston News Progress.. -.1."".. :'....! .I.__'7-'t;'. An Accidental; Accomplice: I CABBAGES AND KINGS (

< to regain his self-con"rot.An'd'
Publisher and Manager {, I Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran <& If this column looks dull when we're finished, we're going to
; '' as he tried to ""ealizt-; :what the grabc&
I Company ,a sashwcight and start after our back room men. While we're trying toevolve .
TOM SMITHEditor I appaling? news meant to him, rage,

1 ___ Insensate rage possessed: him-rage ... something. nifty in the way of fancy wilting): cue. of .those newspaper -
Subscription, Rates ;\ 'Wt-JAT. S' GONE ON BEFORE aganst Carol, against', .' her. ,aunt, .,office.. l'' Jcablltzers, is telling "us )how many .time,:; 's
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Florida By mall i in Florida. Carol, Pare, .New York society; ,, .dobutantc ,against every one. He felt that head was married while the ,other Js pouring' into the v other ear stirripsdna 'gi
a soul :
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By mail outside k ,, I .. ; :
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I, $200 about. to become engaged: to ,) been ."trapped cheated ar ; ,
$2.50 .] a printer
J the Ialamazoo Wall
Pt1e : on
.a : who never could work unless,
.. On year, .Six months 1- ,B rly'.Wet J ," 1.60 ,. ,_ ( he was three sheets\ In the wind.
Six,.youths 1.25 Three r months.ill .15 I famii/, consults an oriental! to ,earn)1 actual pain as 'he thought of the

('. Three months I whether he. will be happy.. The notoriety! that would be his, the gossip -
". P. Hi .A. In, the Jacksonville Times.Vnion
Is responsible for the one! :
"WaTt" covert ,
' Application for: entry .as second. > class is pending. ental's message puzzles her the remarks, jests ,
'nl tar and gibes of "hip Acquaimntrinces. .about: the farmer who: wanted. to do a little. economic investigation! and.
and ight.9' ; ;
the engajBementdinner ;
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k I. f, '' \: "- ;\ .with I water/transportation.;.1 .sbe, .ecocide* thatvahj, doesn't Ho shuddered: at; the prospect. ( ..c'f/ wrote,_, 'I.J.on,. !an t egg''. "W en ypu 'set' this, write me and tell' mo how_much

1. Definite control of Lake, Okecchobce. r. :; and. want, ..to -marry .Weeks but .ip I :more I the biting sarcasm' "he, V'ff ell, -, .Jct'o.v. .hf. you .'paid ,for it" -..
transportation : .
for local .. I ..
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=r f' 2. Early completion: of the. Jilghways interested! In .Atyn 1_ fAs&on,. .,a r. .ypiing I might expect, from hip\ (granrim.ther>! :., He; got .
F r'r oen'ccntratloJa'or.. products.A . I. .:at nan who. saved her fr.m being: :truck jThjEU! she': bard about It. Tha' mor : I" S'" : '. ,? ', : : f : ,, y.. a 1
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t rat on vegetables; : no > when I tot it. I picked the l '
f' ,of freight. iitomobIIe. Vbout : : .skejl out of my eye. I am,
.A substantial. downward .revision ? tes by. jan a ;f1 thought, it the greater, -rejr': "
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' : other: products of this, region to ,the northern. w Pa'?t8 J Ac ,the, engagement Dinner. progres- bin indigftallon. ., '''that I,' lie. Beverly : ;

>;\ 4. The. full ['functioning. of a cooperative marketing association\ 1 for. : oc ,Carol I Is alarmed! ath.. absence |I: Weokef with. his family i ., his' wealth:

t: both .buying and! selling .purposes... _.. --.'- --' -.... ef- _tbr\\ lather anal, In ';early: ; copra!'rig',| Ills position,: l hfa I \eligibility, l 'bi, : 'let ..-.*' ,,' which.' wo ilaaghJnK meat: reply. with Ik* .wheoee thai Started; the hyeaa.
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K.- THEOLORIOUSt AGt' An actor who always! kad been oa tke aide limes :alto aever tio star
.. ..t. ,1.: I w.rt. Ca.r .I'/;. 'father A .,promlneot name, wo* Unfced .In all ,thp: papara'i a ,, '
i l ombarked on aa ocean and la the aiiildle! decked
voyage of It life
t; hteri flint
with .
in banker Is i in the Temba arrested on _ta 'prlacniert4au :. ; ho, .

f y k.;..; How, many_ people. of. ,today ia, America-_ fully,tIn -, .realize f :r ,'hojv.S't: t'the grtannte. .world'shistory a ,hcrq: t f ycmhenlemont.In I yever r W cks bd bean' Made: tkoLushijQg : hi, amy'. empty thing and. that, ke would eat it all. MomnUng the rail' enoi :

comparison" they are to be llring this particular period ; 'j Jlhe meanwhile'! JI) the ff/'cf' ef a!oo'k'Qjr?th? town' 5 ni ht kc niado; ,the fataj 1J)1tI1Ju: !aud_ ;, .alm&fit as loon *u he truck tie \rAtortXo r

t. '! The past thirty 'years' has perhaps) !!I witnessed a, greater evolution, i'.oeper tr.n", ppwr jn i the, well. I Bitter reseatineat toward hi* employer : ery. 'f f. '*:>Ian overboard"was; )keard.. .

In Industrial lines; th... any /. tttrr ef previously recorded j klMory. Tfcls, *f f'naQoe aqd. 'avowed. en071! +y of.. Car. boiled ,up la his heart. It WI"> : The skip, was'stoppled and the] :apotllc'nt Played" about tko dark, waters..

r reflected. in .nodes and. standards! of )lying to & startling! degree. oils, atber,. .a conference! ,takes. place, :Wr., Stronp'js e'oing, ,of course. 'Y' 'y while the actoi apll.ihlar wildly' shouted his wllena- outs. ,

' has; been surround tvhie'h shows, that one. Seaton. poeinff, had, not., Strong. ; taken him ';1Ir his: :
' and generally does! 1 As the light fell kim the
oa Ipnclnp of
" jrorkinKman of ;tpday)( can, years .superoedofl; his: fears.Finding
': The most ordinary i! Banker Dar.' i Ip In real l.. confidence? Sure'jy] after all kis ;
[ Attorney
,! ,
that were not available 'to even j, himself at wl ia t the spotlight, h\, took three owe aa(4 Disappeared.
:\ himself with comforts! :and conveniences Ity in league with Strong., The latter years of slaving, of fetching! and carrying

the wealthy' in times that can be called up ,In, the memories of those. of after .accepting come papers. from. the I for Strong, he deserved bettertreatment Dovb's --
Mr. In last
: I story week's :News on his memory of Will Porter-
.' middle I'j |I I I lawyer which will be used ie Incriminate 'than tkls. Why hadn't "
have .no... attained age. .. t : ''
us who : was one of the! beat that has yet appeared In the 'Ne'a' according to 'loCal

r.;.: And the end is 'not 'yet: For ,reports that have more substantiality .than; I .. the r banker. .. ..mape: ,out, the. campafgn Strong told him he was gunning for i people. t tcONS :..WI

'j : constantly finding[ their: way into the press about television, I of 'railroading 1 the banker to tare? Why .had ho; not warne-1 hIn" j

rumor are 'the, penitentiary.Jn or at least given him some kintT
enabling us to see from our homes If''
;" whereby devices will be in common use an, ominous tone Strong .remarks. till arrest. 'h.ad' occurred only a "

friends. In distant states.. of strange phenomona, produced by striking! certain I "It's just. 'possible that: Dare, may !not 4 -three 'days agoyesterdayhisgo : i iijame I 1 1

creating certain sound waves; of the Hendershot fuelless motors bo .able. to stand. the.. .disgrace. De.cpondent 'might hav' ben kept /3J. ofj I i't
that may, replace steam, electricity and gasolene bt utilization from tho'I ,prisoners. have been: ,: .known: But' now it was too late. I S

to i kill i i themselves. In the Tomb." It was characteristic too of his
that causes the earth to rotate. :uponlts : t' ,
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mysterious energy
of that '
a 'S air -
, 'N'OW GO. ON WITH THE STORY. selfishness that at this moment here
\ axis. Many of these discoveries may be put Into commercial_ : use I CANDIDATE
cJur-1 was not one thought of sympathy IT

ing the lifetime of most>, of :us now living; and will produce a WHERE ONE FORGOT compassion for Carol, Ihe girl whose I,

in the manner of doing things that will cause to pale into insignificance I i I I Seaton looked at his host astound-j lips he only last nlgiit: had 13tE'd'l I S S.Y FOR GOVERNOR
the changes that have already been wrought in our time by the autombile, edly. He knewProper Strong, knew alit girl to whom lie had:: been making -

radio and the application of electric current.: i i,I his reputation. He was hard and ruthless professions of lore, the: gIrl he .,

at Schnec- and had fought his way 'to the had asked to be his wife. For herd I .pI
laboratories the General, }Electric Company '
Visitors the of '
, in with hatewrahlresentment.
top the world of finance no now he felt nothing. bu'

tady, .N. Y., report ideas in process of development and devices in ilia: I scruples as to the means he used, Of cour) 'o, he assured

malting that sound positively weird. Many of these doubtless had their (;I. so long as they were successful. Llmself, she would write: to him atouce I' ,
inception in the brain of that solitary genius, Steinmetz. The posslblo j[I Seaton knew, too-perhaps even bet" breaking off engagement! ; I \ .'

r adaption of these scientific creations to an Infinite variety of .ordinary ter than Strong suspected-how per I But aC this thought n new fear .sri7cd I'r &

ilcusly Dare's opposition had thrert- him. I ;
the results Ion our everyday living
uses causes ,a\ flood of speculations upon I 0140.ar
ened the money king's supremacy. Horror of horrors!Suppose Flie' :9a w : ,Nr
Meantime aerial transportation<. and conse t
that is positively! bewildering. But still, it seemed incredible that'j didn't release him? Suppose bin- tried I

quent elimination of distances is steadily gaining, as are improvements Strong would dare to connive: at 'murder. I -lo hold him to it? 1 .4;': Mw ,

; IL many of the inventions of the past few decades.To : I Shaking like a leaf, he got ui )

us who are living in this great frontier of the Florida Everglades, "Of'course," 'said Scalon cautiously' : hastily, and fled from Jiis office, leaving 'S 1 M'do illy;;'Y; rr/l rrr..w NYJY

should be particularly lowering his ,voice to a whisper, Mif word that he had been called! out, .
the resultant- developments of the next few years I i ;
Dare could be put out of the way, of town. Summoning a taxi, he drove Y.aJ Jrsa.t Y .w o 6
awakened from the = r
/, fascinating. For we are facing conditions but. recently I everything I would be clear sailing. not to the station,I not to his ,home,1 ,.

/ Sl' primeval, and to watch, these conditions yield to the .advancemept of science I Undoubted!;) a. man could be liir J I but to a Riverside Drive apartment I ,

rapidly under man's domination I> 10 f.'ir.sb: ?nm off bir f that waited if
;: and witness a great, rich empire brought would where he knew. a welcome .
: :., that was not given to our fathers who set- jjai.'e;: safer Hrs filr.5c-" not: for him, at least for his money,
" experience
will be an '
.: methods. II I "A man in prison has no 'fi h..udst" where in an alcoholic orgy, he might j
and persistent
West by
: tied and conquered the laughed Strong "All the people who strive to forget. ,
talk comfortably -
offices and
Even we sit inYorkor our_ Everglades homes Dare knew down town know me. They Chapter NineHANDS

I .:". withes New Chicago; we hear radio concerts from nearly known I'm after him:, there's not a .

enjoy hot and cold water and electric vacuum cleaners: man in the pack who dares standup It was minutes-it seemed hours His Platform
state we
(.,: every witness Caterpillar tractors laying low the tropical against me. Some of them have 'to Carol-before her paralyzed mind r y .
the mighty
t : .. and ,we Perchance in 1 a few years we : tried it In the past, and they've had I returned to consciousness. She found As Governor, I pledge the people of. Florida an efficient, constructive

r-; growths and "cultivating our sugar cane. their lesson. If anybody opposes me,' herself, sick and weak, her whole I administration insofar as the administrative powers conferredon ::
time couytrsewith '
;: .' shall from the parlors of our homes, see and at the same they pay-they pay through the nose.I .! body trembling, still clutching the I the office by the constitution win admit and Insofar as my policies

: 'our northern cousins In Indiana or Minnesota, I} is perhaps not p*>i them -and I get them good.:' newspaper. shall have the support and encouragement of the people through

t' ::" that with propulsion by fuelless motors, we can spend weekends I "Yes-but his family," suggested. 'What was It that had happened? I /', the legislative branch. Florida's growth Is rapid and our Govern-
:;,- that shall" ; Sea ton S ment must progress correspondingly. Recognizing thu I assure the
they with us. And it seems a certainty we ( Her eye!:!, dully, ,
with them, or Into broad fields and meadows that will I "He hasn't any-just one daughtera ly, roved the room.' uncomprehPndIng'l the people that wo shall meet the problems a.=> they now exist and

_:..__., see our Everglades transformed !I It. fool of a girl." aunt sprawled In I, ., as they shall develop with fairness and cpenmindedness commensurate

t. supply the winter wants quickly of most of the nation I It A phone call interrupted their con In a state of utter Indifference to her'i with the best interest of the whole State-to the end that

(;, Truly, we could have selected no more desirable period of the Earth'shistory versation and Strong turned awayto I appearance. Her first! sensation wasa we shall have an administration of achievement as economical as Is

misstatement to say that the to : consistent with and the natural development of the State.
t-: in which to live, and it seems no If answer It, Seaton looked at him :l almost uncontrollable desire .. progress

, today I is nearing two hundred years of age, I Ii with admiration. Unprincipled though shriek aloud with laughter. j I Amojig those considerations of prime importance are:
of forty years
i f ma nor' woman. history of the world's development.- E. C..' C. Ser.ton was, his was a coward's sou!, Aunt Sara, lying here, Jotvel-be_I Continuation of Florida's road building program as mapped out I".

, measured in terms of previous but he envied those courageous law decked, ,her. transformation all awry, | by the Legislature, which can be carried on without additional taxa.

breakers who dared to carry out the,, her scrawny, wrinkled neck thiust i iI tion; ,
deviltries he helped to conceive.' He I I forth ungracefully from her low-cut I The improvement of our public school system and suitable support

the opening this week cocked his ears to listen to the con-, bodice her vanishing make.up hide-I for our institutions of higher learning;
that is dramatic is that between I
Coincidence Don R. versation, wondering if it bore on ous in. the morning light, looked! for Adequate provision for the protection of tne health of the cit
of the Carton ((0.) News building, designed as a memorial the subject under discussion. But he all the world like an ancient fowl izens of our State; .
r rl
Mellett,, its martyred publisher, and the confession in an Ohio penitentiary I learned little. l left over long ill storage. But her: Keeping at a minimum. of llstrirl'I county and municipal taxes::;

of McDermott, telling a Youngstown Vindicator woman reporter what purports "Fine!" said Strong, as he listened aunt, she noted curiously, was weep'! r' through the exercise of the veto power In those I cases where the'

to belett's a circumstantial story i of the newspaper maws murder. Mel. to some report over the phone. fug and moaning. .7 people are not given an opportunity by referendum to express their!

monument to. his heroism in attacking I!."Pay him five hundred, as agreed.:' What was it that had happened? willingness to assume additional burden, (while Slate taxes must
will live in Canton a \
name his manner seemed even more exultant Vainly she tried to recall I l be kept as low as possible the Slate. mlllage in comparison with that

the alllanco between government and vice that was corrupting. his "city.jan as! he sat down. '"You were I Her father-it was something about I levied for local puiposes is very small; for Instance, in some coun,,

is now rampant in hundreds of others and also lo the steadfastness: : talking," he said, "about murder.i her father. Then-with crushing I ties it amounts to 50 mills as against 7 1-2 for state purposes)

with which: his successors, have carried 0:1: his battle in the face of a Don't worry. There won't be anything :: realization, her memory returned. Modification of our game and fish laws to eliminate: the drastic Q'

\ widespread feeling that a soil pedal on the vice campaign would be fol'Lhe like that In this case. Suicide's the !' Dad had been arrested-was in prison. -I features and render same more workable and acceptable to thp peo

word. Dare won't bother 'us -ihe's !'! Even as 'she remembered, the facts I II pIe in the light of actual experience under thep present laws;
best interests of the town '
through" that she had glimpsed in the head The drainage of and the protection root fire of the Evergladesand
It would be hard to find more damning evidence against the sanity. '
: "You mean-" cried Sea tOll. lines, it seemed impossible, incredi! ; the providing of roads' through the area necessary to the development
of the latter view than the McDermott: confession. It is a rambling, in. "I i I ,
mean, Strong bluntly, ble. I j of this vast empire, the reclamation to be effected with
coherent document, revealing that the slayers of Mellett were not resolute "that it's time for us to be setting It, just couldn't be true that all! out imposing an unbearable burden on the taxpayers in the area\

roaster minds of the criminal world, remorselessly crushing any obstacle '. down town. It looks like a busy I last night while the feasting and rev .. and without the levying of a tax on the people of the whole State
\ I day." I elry and dancing had been going i
that blocked::: their path. Such characters exist in novels but they one i iI Fair and impartial attitude toward labor and capital with full
I But if the morning's news had delighted her' father had been shut away in ; both: I
had no counterparts in the Canton underworld The tale is a sordid one, I I ; realization that the development of Florida: depends on
Prosper Strong, there was at a cell. Yet there came to her mInd
legislative programs
dealing in penny-ante crime and The slayers pursued the romantic I Sympathetic attention to the constructive
corruption. least one= of his associates to whom the two men who lead been watching ,
of the State:
the many women's organizations
l sponsored
career .of hijackers by conspiring with the drivers of bootleg liquor jit brought consternation aud dismay her home. Now she knew what tkey I and
dairying cooperative -
II j Promotion of agriculture live stock, poultry,
shipments for stage-managed hold-ups and split' profits They 'were drivento Beverly Weeks Up till the wee were doing there They had been on1 marketing. '
i! hours at the dance with hJr brain guard lest her father escape! It must t
a blind frenzy by the brilliant unwavering spotlight that Mellett held Law enforcement. Every Governor subscribes to the following
i hardly clear of the champagne fum- be true! /( I .
on their operation: rnd PS Weeks on rising, had fortified Prison, to Carol Dare, as to most I ,
dope haken : "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that 1 will support, protect
3 gangster, n. policeman for \whom no form of graft was Illmsewith\ a stiff drink of brandy of us reared In well-ordered homes, ,
I Government of the United States
and defend the constitution and
too low and a boozesoaked loafer are the headliners in this tragic farce. and had driven down town withoutlooking hitherto had been merely a word. It o
:I and of the St.te of Florida; that I am duly qualified to hold office ,
They contributed nothing to the city's good. Their had the 1 at the paper Just aa he was a place to which only wicked
every move under the con tituUon of the State' and that I will well and
effect of making the I I seated himself at his desk his head Ilecommou people-weru .sent. r II
city a disadvantageous place to live and do business.. faithfully perform the duties of (Governor) on which I am now
I Icommunity's
: still aching the sews on the front In her 'most impossible dreams or'
Then trembling hands finally squeezed J : a trigger and did away with the about to enter. So help me God." ,
I loge caught his I trs.. wildest Imaginings she :never had
most valuable business, political and civic asset-an honest I offer the people of Florida the record of my"t 'enty'$ ven yearsof
mand an explosive "Dam!" he coLlapsed conceived the possibility of any one
Indignant at public evil. continuous public service as my bond for intelligent -tnd con.
in his chair, his head reeling V-t! knew being behind His bars. .'
For the best interest of the town? Well, from a hardboiied] commercial and his whole body} shaking from They only sent wicked persons to structive performance as Governor.. -

Inflicted viewpoint by an, we'll alliance wager of lhat" months of the misrule that can be the unpleasant shock. It was minutes prison, thieves and murderers and He will// appreciate your vote

cost the manufacturers bootlegger, gambler, gangster and bagnio will before he could steel himself to lead drunkards, not nice, kind, respectable -

and merchants' more In taxes and in money over the newspaper account, writhing at men like her father.
counter than I
that ; six years of headlines, and editorials, telling the worst the mention of his owe name. Bluntly But ihenewspx; "'- said uo was Paid Political Adveitlsement'f
can be told The
where the publicity cure is heroic, but the city is fortunate sending his secreca! QUi "f he there. 't must be true. She tried to

newspapers can and will apply 1 it-Editor and PublIsher. j;t Clam, he Fat there ulcng, struggling "o I continue: : I ,

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'.I I r
r man's: Home Companion{,' Pictorial knees that a country or city home to plant, and made some boxes for

i; ; WINTER HAVEN f MAN OfFERS PLAN Review, Atlantic Monthly, Golden I HINTS TO, HOUSEWIVES I could .want.We hem myself, I think the home im.

Book, Review or'Reviews, Harper's '- have plenty of fresh ,vegeta. prove enl Is as great a thing as one
Magazine, Scribner's aal World's Rural women of all sections of 'can do for that is a place to live and
FOR NEW FLORIDA ADVERTISING .bles raised on our farm to the goodof
: J N Work. The cost of this would: be Florida are interested in improving our health. Am still pulling out make one happy not Just a place to
, : $72 850 a month. 'i their homes. They beginning to I alay.' \"
: are
some more: shrubbery and grass: In

''i rr lans for a $ ;;;;: !I I rlaa: Here" arc some cf. the loascne, run Form pages additional in black $13,700 and white you in could addition jeallze that the home, as well as the my yard. I have some flower seed I Subscribe for the News

: vertising which lead to that conclusion! : to the above. in the American farm, needs some moder,n conveni-

'1 : tire state of 1 -1. It will result in taking: up I Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Red Book, ences. Those interesled in improving '###################################################### 1 .
U\oC state I elimlnaV and National Geographic. their homes will obtain valuable as- '\
a lot of the lost, motion T>y : ,
is figured !: "This will give you a general idea sistance by getting in touch with '
I mated ing all duplication. i of what could be accomplished with, their county home demonstration SEED FEED H/
"2. The adveitljt&g will: be for the : : ,- -
: nue of $;5,000 'of mentioned' .
the amount money agents. It Is not necessary to go to ,'
ey spent: have : benefit of tho.Wre' stale, and not 1 You can see' that it would be possible a great deal of expense In making ..' ,
state chamber I for any partl;I.l"! section.! l! to blanket the United States !' valuable improvements to the rural .' :
A. Henry: "4. Adverthi.'i! put out with the, with Florida's messages and. over a',' home. Mrs. B. F. Fletcher of Palm T'-:

ven chamber approval of L'lf state wi1 oaay a'period. of years absolutely saturate Harbor. in Pinellas County .tells how I
great deal more weight than personal the public mind with favorable she improved her home at little ex. : 1
study of a worked out a ;5. There wl.l be :no additi mal tax "Full pages would be the .smallest, "The first thing I did to improvemy '". -,'"..,v i
paign for the lurden, but th" service will }be paid unit of space you, could afford to use home :was to get a water supply .
:: I'
money would by for by those by! get the :Jet.:!fit: ,I in order to get your message over' system. We 'have a gasoline engine,

ent gasoline "It is our idea. that this aiverlls.'with dignity and impresslv. ne s. I| a suction pump and galvanized tank, ..' ..

Uonal axes Jug campalga should be handled "For your further information, here at the cost of ,$100. My husband,

To acquaint ,I your (eportmenu We feel \ are the page rates In black and white built the tower and set the, pump and
facts of the vet have the jnj'lilnery ana logically In each of the publications mention. engine. We- have the twoer 'painted: Lake Shore, Transportation ..
Iston News Is I would be :J' lire beot poszbl position -; td, and also the circulation: white as that Is the color of our ,
of the plan ,.; to handle the matter In the I "Saturday house. We figured 'with several plum..
:I| Evening Post,. S,000, Company'.c" : 1- ""S.a "S.
considerable most' efficient and economical man-:I circulation, 3,000,000. bers to save alI'we could. We got a, .. : : ;':':
I I I three-piece bath room outfit. The tub "** '1'n
state.A '
the "Literary Digest, $4,000, circulation ,
copy of the ner."We are sending a copy of this 1,750,000. is a nice prlmbroke corner style, \ i
I: I I 1 sets on the floor so there is no place Moore Haven F "
state chamber letter to every 'chamber of commerce t J,r "Collier's Magazine, $4,000, circulation ,. : ,
Winter Haven in the' stale, and shall be glad to,:, 1,300,000. I for 'dirt to get under it. The lavatoryhas I

the plan hare your cooperation: _and also to I I "AmerIcan.Magazine. .$5,000, circulation high back and apron front The .111111 ### ## ##### ##### # ########### ####### # ########### ##### /
Mr. Henry was have you advise us' what you think. 2,225,000."Cosmopolitan. commode completes' the equipment.
, isto'n' I "For my kitchen I bought new
oi plan. circulation
$4,200, stove table rearranged .,'
pipe .
follows ;
as : "Very truly yours, 1,750,000."Red '
,,1 I, I.r The, ideas I "Winter Haven Chamber of Com Book circulation furniture, 'painted stove wood, box,
" resolution $2,000 'put in sink. My sink is '''a, ,real large QUALITY EFFICIENCYI
I merce. I r 775,000.
one 54 Inches long with drainboard
sented by Mr. The plan submitted by Mr. Henry "National ,
Georgraphlc cIrcUlation
$2,500, apron front and high back. The fix-
of the
ber Is as follows: '

> merca tGe Winter, at a you,"For could the run sum a of full$16 page, r5. ,a in month bl2.ckana "Ladies', 2,750,000."Woman's 1250000.Home .Journal, $9,500' circulation -l lures in soap bath dish have,room.on: a top swinging, Rearranged have the spout same kitchen with kind >'i: \) ': '. : :;': -:' '; '.' ; :: : .:: i; '.' .,

Lake Wales the : '
'white:, 'o'nce each,month in this I Home .
Companion,. furniture made --
: curtains out of feed I"l
"No definite I entire list of magazines: 200 circulation I I '
2500000.; sacks, and put color border on themto ewes on Plumbing Company
that meeting
"Saturday Evening Post Literary '
"Pictorial .
I Review
I $8,500, circula- harmonize with the floor covering.
ed by Mr. Digest, Collier's Magazine, American
: tion, 2,275,000.; "For my screened porch I went
unanimously in Magazine, ,Cosmopolitan Magazine, "Quality group: Atlantic, Golden over my locking chairs and put new "A rme Service I -q
Mr. Henry was : Book, Natioiiil CJeogMphio Book I
Harper's'Review, of Reviews bottoms In
I I.a.1 that_ had just been
matter up. He .. '
Home Journal Wcau-rr* IK'
) Scribner's, World's Work, $2,200, circulation thrown aside and now they look almost -
our board of Companion Pictorial Review Har i .
8000,000. as good I
I as new.: used a light
held on the 8th "' .Magazine, World's Work At i "Vogue, $1,250, circulation, 175,001.! oak colored lacqueron my chairs. I .

time secured the i' Monthly, Century Magazine,' "Vanity Fair, $880, circulation 90,. painted a table I'd been using in Equipped to handle, any job-guaranteed repair -

of the Vogue, Vanity Fair% Spur, 000. kitchen and made me a breakfast work at reasonable-prices. ,

; stood he would J J'I Town and Country. Travel, "Spur, $340. nook on porch: Also painted chairs Fixtures on display at Clewiston Building i
to the Polk .
i' Traveler, Junior League Mag- "Time, $600, circulation, 165,000. When you do' the work yourself the .
Material warehouse
commerce at a I: Country Gentlemen, Success. "Town and Country, $300. cost is only a little paint. That sure
at Frostproof Farming Farm Journal, Farm i!I' ."Travel, $450, circulation, 50,000. I does preserve and beautify one's f "
was done and; J
Fireside: I World, Traveler $300. home. My home is, now a place I feel -
proved without l "For 'an additioanl $16,000 you I "Junior proud to live in r
League Magazine $125 and I am not

plains"The itself rsolu and r could run two pages a month I "Country Gentlemen, $4,500,, circu,. ashamed for any one to con; into it CLEWISTON FLA. JAMES W. ARMESON, Prop. I t tj. ,c cd
The Saturday Evening Post Lit for have
: lation, 1,500,000. we all the modern conven-
\jfraps ::. ) Digest and in Collier's mak- !
: "Successful -j
Farming, $2,700 circu.
"Cannot' resist .1 ,
the total monthly cost $92 213.
C *.nation. t lation 1,300,000. u=__, .. -----r"
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"You will .notice that this list ofublications -=----=-=-r 'l
"Farm .
.. I Journal, $3,250 circulation .J ,1i
,;she: /plan ; Includes not only those ",
'\ 1,400,000. I :
Mature \
to large circulations but also tho .
"Farm and Fireside, $2,600, circulation of
,1 $100,000 I
publications reaching ,par icu- ,
1,250.000". '
,rod of aH readers with larger incomes. "

ney to be .R"I "Both classes of I j '6
I 1 publications ought I
tax. ; be included becausemore and t I I I Small Town

,as tax is not of RUSHED TO FIMSH : I Stuff"'j; .
thq. socalled middle class I I ) : :"
"At first lks arc enjoying sufficient income }
Fort Myers.-A new frame buildIng ,.'. ', '.
amount ,
a large enable them take ) I
to winter
: vaca. to be used by Thomas A. Edison I '
the state for ,'.; ,; .' .' ,.. .. ., J' !
in his rubber I .
and an growing experiments ; \ /t i i7
is one of the "A more intensive and more \t-, in Florida, is being: rushed to com. i -

campaign might result from pletion by carpenters here. The new .- 1 I

will If add we assume, use of four. color advertisements: laboratory is. being located on .they I II. You've. heard the phrase a thousand times and immediately i L
is single
'present tourist pages with the Ulus- Edison estate, just! opposite the: a mental -picture is conjured of a sleepy comnitln'i I'i(
printed the '
by four-color home of Mr. Edison. It .
will .1 be 25 by I
pie of gasoline buy an -one' each'monh in, The Sat- 50 feet, and will. cost about $1,000.' ity with a ,,few nondescript homes in the background _

four months per, '''Evening Post, Literary' DigestCollier's It" will be equipped with apparatus. j badly in need of paint-buildings on the main street-a ', 1.

Ladies'.. Home Journal, Wo. costing thousands of dollars. I ,
chases would 'I'I II dog or two dozing in the road and a ramshackle printing .

or amount$75,000,000 spent I I II I I.. office where with a great effort a paper with, display :advertisements ..., : I

I 1 hogging the front is published weekly. .... .
an entire year. page ,: .

that the I Many of these so-called "small towns" have larger populations ,r' ,,

2 1-2 d than Clewiston thinks of ,' t
I I and :: yet no one actually. ._ I
,perhaps too v CROW BROTHERS ,
who believe Clewiston as the typical small town. Why? .

/ double th.lt; !I: In place of the sleepy ,community, at Clewiston there \

Building Contractors \ is the hum and excitement of ...
"The enclosed .f : a great project under waya i

by Mr. Henry Complete Plumbing and Electrical J J project which will affect the history of the entire state : "
.ly: reliable and
/ seen that we Departments I J and probably the commercial history of the country. I --1.1',
twenty-six ml ]; Fort Myers
lers. with full Beautification is steadily going forward-fine business -i

ary month for 't I 1 buildings! and residences comparing favorably with the, t, \ f.. .
months. It is
''ery "inaga'zine HBraisisraiajsisiaiajsia J"I Je J ekIJ;:!! !rrl lc 1 Nla'eCPe1 I ffiw.J1 I best in the suburbs. a great city-a 'newspaper office ;':;'".!: ....
I :jl
jy from three @ I'r'
fve will reach i' but few of the things which' have lifted Clewiston / [
'rive million Mc C U L L Y .1 a out \.._,.. \ '
I of the small town class. "
These readers i 'i"" I : \

.ha entire ', '/- 'L'! .,. As a result of radio, telephones, and good roads, the j''
;u ;
foreign .
:'/ difference between the small town and the big
:lAN: THERE -: REGISTERED ; city \.__

ABOUT 1 : :r, :'..REAL ESTATE BROKER'I I I I largely consists of spirit and by this standard Clewiston"I. r. \.

general"The above benefits I: '.' "."V; L: I ::1 already stands out as the "Big' City"of the northern I ; !. "

Citizens of this .:.\. ..: .,..;...'(" |' : Everglades.AMERICA'S. : : .'.. \
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;verjone once Price .75.00 per acre.'J I" ; t''
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j';, .:,. even Q come become at.some ,' 80 Acres 1 mile from Clewiston on LaBelle ',' .. ,1'I .\ ( .", ..:

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::1 S in the subject' 10 Acres near Clewiston, $100.00 per acre. [3fiJ (This is the third of a series of educational advertisements pointing out the transformation ,: :

:: lennit. ; I @: ,. of the community from a spectral waste'into one of the leading communities ?.::1', ; -:

"We are .All these properties drained and irrigated !| :+jl!p I, ( of the state." )

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heat and dampness AL A. your home-dampness, Celotex is stronger in walls than wood measure. of this comfort and economy I II:,;

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and more livable costs nights that: were uncomfortably hot, Wind and moisture can not pene- other places where ,Celotex: is the '

preventing restful sleep? trate Celotex. It quiets noise. ideal material for building and re- ''.-

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I t Visitors See Need W. D. McCloud and Jack Holt oJEerglade :: I wish to announce my candidacyfor IF you want to buy a home on easy, FOR SALE-10 acres near Clewlstoa

: Old 1 Maid's, Convention made a business trip to County Commissioner from District I terms_ write p.O., Box 321, Clew-. Rich black muck McCully-#Clew.

Goes Over Big In More Homes LaBelle Tuesday.Mrs. Number, 5, subject to the June iston. Iston, Fla. tt.
/ Democratic .... -
Record Crowd Primary June 5t. --
With (Continued from page 1) J. P. HULLI IF your lot in Clewiston Is for sale FOR SALE-$1000, mortgage ou 10-
,H. J. Drew Mr. and Mrs. A
I' and built the Ames and the Williamson give lot and blk. nn. pric, terms, acre muck farm near Bella Glade

I I }l (Continued frpm page 1)) homes on Arcade avenue staricu L. Taylor motored to Fort ,Myers I wish to announce my candidacy and size lot, full particulars. Write now ,due for foreclosure Will sell

We can never quite get over Jim construction this wclv on his third Tuesday for County Registor for Hendry Paul Schroeder & Co.. Chamber or for $350. McCully Clewiston. tf.

Beardsley's versatility. Farmer: County subject to the DemocraticJune Commerce Bldg.! Miami.If .
Clewiston home. The new building
salesman banker, ball pla'er.aU .. Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Taylor. who 5th. :
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will be on Lot..36, Block: 167. This is J. O. CLARK r you want a home built in clew ;.
Professor have been teaching at Muse near La
j lets and noW actor! As Clewiston
additional rental property which ton or want to buy a home, address When Peo-ple
Pinkeiton he was the hub of the. Belle left for their home in Valdosta I wish to announce my_ candidacy' .
will be ready within the next lew Clewiston ,News. Visit Moore Haven
show. On him depended whether the GeorgIa ,for, Tax Collector for Hendry, ,County

the weeks, :subject_ ,to the Democratic_ Primary ,
plotkcd up to a climax by WANTED TO BUY
: lA After spending a. few months here Capt. H. L. Reeves made a business June 5tt1.i They make their headquarters at
worne-d: would really go over., i Turning lathe, sharer, drill press,
boost which studied the local sit. to Felda. JAMES L. TAYLOR
view of this the most sincere during ho trip : threading machine, forge and anvil.

r we can give Beardsley is to say the uation from every angle, J. W. Troe- I TO THE PEOPLE OF 'HENDRY i Must be in, good mechanical, condLUon. !

I I show was tit howling success._ ger of Chicago before leaving for the rL COUNTYi and a. rea.J l,bargain, Address Bo*

It's a difficult thing to pick ot north placed an order 'with G. B. I, ,hereby announce myself: as acandidate B. Care, Clewiston News |

the best talent but heading the list I Heard for the construction of.. two j L Celotex Town. Topics J r for Representative from ----.-. ROVER'S

we'd nominate Mrs. H. F. Woodward, residences on Lots 2 and 3 in Block %-_ :_aBY Hendry County suojcc to) the action FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO. ..... -- --. r -...-.... I II

33 president oai; Mrs.; Disk Miller i as 369.In A. L.. MATTBSON' of the Democratic June 'Primary.If ,Engjnep and .Pumps

I I the gabby secretary- Mrs. W. T. Bailey addition to thes four announcements ) nominated .and :elected_ _J shall I Light ,and: Water Plants

as the diagrmntlwl member -while B, M. Beach who two weeks Several couple honored the birthday keep in mind 'the fact that the Rep.reeenUUrc Cables. and :Ropes I '

i Martha Williamson's planologuo walJ'l ago announced, his plans for the re. of, Ellen ,Carson, at the CloviBton is the representative ot Belting and Rubber Goods,

I' I exactlY what: we'd expeot to hear 'I'( ,nlod tin g,of the old Davis block and \ .11 Saturday evening Those' I I the people and, as such I shall rep. Hoists and Feed Grinder- i and their visits are always

we ever craaaed an Old Maid's' Con tho erection ef;_ two. stores, and. four present. were- Jim. Jackson ,. Cleo I resent all sections: of Hendry' County MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. appreciated.

vention. apartments, is steadily going forward Fletcher: ,J, Hendersonf Mam'ie Ta.I j to the very best o't ray ability. 911 First St. Fort ; \
The pointed jibes at fellow towns.. with his work. tum? Pat.-- 'McKen ie' Cora' :MaeBrantley i I Your 'vote and support wIn be ap.predicted. tt.

men, with one or two exceptions, Lois. Jacdbgom, Ellen- Carson ( .

I were direct enough! to_ be amusing w B. Hender3onf Mary Smith.Pat. RespectfullyLOUIS .
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! and impersonal enough to be broad-] O. GRAVELY -

i F acted j I IN LABELLEBy McKenzie spent tho week eni Pd. P. A. -,

Entry of the pulchritudinous flap,,I I with his parents' in Okeechobee City.
contrasling1 John while working Monday
pets in their smart dress 'I Redding
sharply, with the prim, model!! of the' m accidentally chopped his hand
gay nineties' was one of the high I Born to ,Itf.r? !and Mrs. "Cyrus"Couch"an almost severing his forefinger. at the I wish to announce that I am a Cash In !

.at,: spots of the evening. At a loss to pound girl on Wednesday 21at. knuckle. Bill Owen happened to bo candidate: fop ,the! ffit. .f Superintendent

: .f. .Public Inetructltn Hen.
pick out anyone as being the best I near by and rushed Mr. Redding to ,

we'll bunch them all together for the' Robert Ketring of Wauchula, spent the doctor.Vith proper attention the dry County, subject t.. the: Democratic '

boQuet. They were in the order otj/ the weekend In LaBelle as the guest doctor believes. Mr.. Redding' : will be Primary jn' June. If .leotd I will 1 .

,r' their appearance Mrs E. C. Cole of his father, H: C. Ketring.Mr. able to use .his finger again without conduct/ the office on 'a business. ba.
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much trouble. .sit .. ,
: 'Mrs. William Cecil Owen, Miss Bon| I '
.- J. N. Coker of Limestone wasa E. L. STALLINGS. machine the home has
jhe f Cashing in
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die Stone, Mrs Webster, Myers I II N Cash
:i visitor in LaBelle Wednesday. "CELOTXANS" Pd. III
I taught the public that'washing Ly
I Mrs. Walker Stansell, jr., and Miss I -: \. machinery
Frances, Tippey. .is most efficient,
I Mr. and Ml'-. Homer r loaud
I j y "Celotexaus"
cost I They: dub us ,
Shortage of time and the high '
i children :..f Felda were UfSls ui Mrs..
: do not care
But of course, we II
of linotype composition prevents our I IIL
i Tar;.,:'r n nLer ;,h:nl{ay. '
'Cause we are here to build a city \
singling out each character for study_ CLASSIFIED
Suffice it to say that a housp with:'I t And we have come from every J JI
i j Mrs. H. L. Delaney and Mrs. E. L.
the S. R. 0. sign out before the curtain where. :
Rogers were visitors in the H .A.
evidence of the town's: I .1 i i
rose was
Dixon home in Fort Myers I
Friday i
and i Some from Icy blasts. of winter, I -
.0 anticipation of a good evening, I Ifj
comments following the show With chilblains in their feet I WANTED lots on the highway- Glewiston Steam Laundry Company
the: ;
Coir.iji, *:"cucr H. G. Hani has: )o_ I corners preferred.Address Box,
.:-iJ'tI leads us to believe that if the per.i Where summer days are hotter, ,
I i turned item Tallahp! "'? whets he 7, Clewis ton.I .
formance had been bcoked for two .. .. Than any Florida '
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nights instead of one, them would be i I "I'.K-I I I QUALITY SERVICE

no hall in town big enough to hold I I But, of course, we .left some'' good WE sell lots on commission for you

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the customers the second night. 'I Curron Gantt and Lynn Yoder of things in Ciewiston, list them with Paul -

Read over the cast of' characters.And Moore Haven were Sunday visitors Just to come and pioneer '. Schroeder & Co., Chamber of Com.

iC you close your eyes, jab a I in LaBelle. I' Because of faith in Clewiston merce Bldg.;, Miami. .. .' ,- .. I -- '
pencil at any' one name and say '"This.I And a future's ,mighty near. IF you want to rent a home or 'store \

\4 one was absolutely great" you'll be Rev. D. W. Denniugton of' Fort I room in Clewiston write particularsP

C' absolutely right. Myers filled his regular appointmentin 0. Box 321, ClewisTon. Fla. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
lu addition to those mentioned LaBelle! Sunday. II
n above those in the play were Mrs. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, IF you want us to build I you a home

Fred Moltz Mrs. Roy Simpson, Miss I in Clewiston particulars writeP.
E. L. nog'rs'and H. L. Delaney I
Alta Matteson 1lrs.V.. D. Cole Miss i O. Box 321, CleWiston.
business visitors In Sears Monday FOR CLERK OF THE
Marian Ley dig, Mrs. Robbins, Mrs Let old
t afternoon. LOST us save you money on repairing your
J. E. Beardsley Mrs. Walter Whitten, Thursday between Clewiston and ..

Mrs. Jesse Tippey, Mrs. Jesse All. Mrs. Caldwell and, little son of I I wish to announce tQ the voters of,: LaBelle on the south road, spare car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled

hands, Mis. Nils Olsen, and Mrs. G. North Carolina are visiting In the Hendry county that 1 am a candidate: tire, tube and rim, size. 30x5.77 from

k L. Sims, and Miss Beatrice Kettt._ home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.W. .i I I I.for. re-election to the office of Clerkof I I I i Chrysler car. Reward if returned to \vorkmen- ,and our prices are based on the lowest

-T. S. O. Manley. i I II the Circuit Court, at the Democratic -' The Clewiston News office.
I I ---- I Primary election of June 5lh, tf. I possible working conditions.. / i

New Inn Manager I I Lee Mitchell of Moore Haven was 1 1928.

Assumes Duties a weekend guest of' Harry Rogers in: I will appreciate your: vote and In- BUILDERS
: kinds of
Machine all
LaBelle. I shop, acetelyn welding,
i Twenty.five experience let
(Continued from page 1)) automobile' work.
The many friends, of John Altaaa.. i us figure your job. First-class workat
monthsago ; .
"Although that is but a few I i' 'I It
is : sio regret very much that he is ill, I .hereby announce as a candidatefor reasonable riC'3s.Ve know howto
said Mrs. Kynett there I
4V tjJcTctJii.? olf.. County Commissioner from District build-give us a trial.
noticeable change not only here at: I I
---- I! No. 3, subject' to the June Pri. A.: W. MILLER & BROTHERS
Clewiston but even in the north.
Misses Cathryn Beam Helma Bar: 645 S MIAMI AVENUE
Everyone is now brimful ,of opti mary. MOORE.HAVEN SALES C0
mism." I din and Glenn Rudd motored to Clew.! H., L._ DELANEY MIAMI, FLO.RiDALOUIS t

iston Sunday afternoon i
Mrs. Kynett in her office in Indianapolis i Hurd L. Reeves announces for reelection -
Mrs. Blitz Wegman has returned } FORDS ONt..o
was in a position to as Tax Assessor of the bests
to her home in LaBelle
true sentiments of those that had a :pleasant county in 'the state. Let us all pull together ...
ATTORNEY AT LAW '&lT' Jl";'; = "" """' =::: "
stay in Tampa with her paients.
visited Clewiston, and although some for the good of all parts of Bank of LaBelle Building

4 three days to a ,week in travel had Mr. '' Hendry County.If LABELLE, FLORIDA : ___ _- =_ __ _= = ____0 = -- ;.===-"
Arch Waggleby bf 'Moore Haven -
given time to dull
enthusiasm of! -1 1
( work'
/ visited I you are satisfied with. my PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS "
heir first trip to the sugar cane field in LaBelle Friday eve. I i
Mis. Kynett eXl lamed that the people ning. VOTE FOR ME on June 5th. BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL t: THIS WEEKS

are even more enthusiastic over'

Clewi&ton on returning to the north.),I L<2/2JoUtiin2JScU!/ [ G fn falnl( IafrJfti r PL1C1 1C1 e. 1 'h L1 1 C.la .1-CI [lL('j.I[ 7 i iI
"Invariably people stopped in to1! SPECIALS 7I

see me after visiting Clewistoii and!I I

tic their comments were always op'-Imis-; !I ;: '. QUA L J T Y i' I I 1i'K'r't' +v : I'''
of them made the trip I .j :

' r'. I;_ south: expecting buildings to and:'ind i l a street a few or rainshackfe two-i 1 I 1'1 You can depend on our. work. Clothes; .. left in our charge vl;!,) :!..: ;I: Magazine Basketsassorted $1 9 5 !

t cut through \the town, slot, il was are always given the best of attentIon.I < ;:..'::-j .:; I colors -
highly gratifying to hear :
their, reports I ,.', .'

.", on what they found- at- Clew.1Jston. I You never have to worry about getting your I money's '\:* : :', ; I II I

I I worth when we clean or press your clothes. .' :' I '
Mrs.\ 't \
Kynettv1: b.
{ assisted in the CH NA DISHES (

:hotel managempu by iJrs.. Jean R. Let us press your worries away. : '

,. Whitman : / 'I Odds and Ends Beautifully DecoratedCONGOLEUM .

J. Two More. Hats- 1| DARCY DRY CLEANING : j I Ii I I

Are Tossed In RUGS
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b, 'Political Ring:I I i In fhe Latest Designs

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Gravely, and J. E. Beardsley. Satisfaction'NO|! [ r.i I

'1- For Tax Collector--Jame,* Taylor If' I''
'of Felda, tnd Bill Andrews of LaBelle.1 ICE BOXES "
For County Commissioners. P.
A- I 25 and 60 pound capacity ';
Hull of Felda for reelection and II. tfe ,

L. Delaney: of LaBelle. .7OI3 TOO LARGE NONE TOO SMALL -: I
For Registrar. O. Clark fer ref a I Iif

\ < f-lcctlou. ; M NEW. ,VICTOR RECORDS ,
r ri .
For Tax Assessor-Hurd L. Ree"esI i I I I OPHILLIPS PLUMBING COMPANY "mi.m if Just Received

for reelection. I.... i I II i
,m 1 ,
For Superintendent .
of Public

.struclion-E. L. Stallings.; In-I I IS HEATING I PLUMBING The Ckypiston Furniture Co. ,r

I Several more candidates are expected I'J '

I to come out during tho com I I / 1 :

ing week and fall details of the M. W. PHILLIPS PHONE lOT CLEWISTON, FLORIDA eg J; Frank Rich mann, Mgr. Open until 8:30'i I Ib

I progress of the campaign are carried ,, ...; .
=" ,-''- ,-_ -. ,"' ='" = --= = -- 0 -=:?= -= --- 7'I -
.; weekly in The Clewistdn News.I OO OO OOOO OOOO OOOO J

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*:":" *:+:" duccd an excellent prison 'record, the -

I Iill BELLE GLADE r :1 board was told.Indications .
BY THE WAY HAVE PARAGRAPHS .. were that the :present ,1'

\ BOILED DOWN f: session of the board would continue

HEARD THAT- By Mr B. V PACE \__..l_..l_..tt"tt"tt_ _ _..tt_ _..*_ _..'_.._tt_.:w..:...:...:w..:...:_...:..:...:...:...:...................._-...-.-...-.'...-.-.n.-........-..-.......-...u..u.u.u.u..v-. .-.... .......-1e all list the of applications week because of the. long j. )
YOU for clemency for :
ill III Mrs. Hollcy Rutland entertained at WINTER SWEEPS WEST inspected the structure's ruins in San state and county prisoners.ALSTON'S .I

bridge at her home Thursday after- Fiansicquilo canyon. ---- ..--------
noon those present were Mrs. J. O. 'Kansls City.-Winter took 'a March Clashing with this opinion was
Mi. and Mrs M W. Bigg spent tbf"week MR. AND MR. DOWNS ENTERTAINi ,
i i Darden, Mrs.. Maurice Hart, Mrs. fling at, the eastern Rocky mountain that expressed by William Mulhol.
Palm Beach
end inVest ,
Jimmie Seal, Mrs. C. B. Lozier, Mrs. region, leaving a mantle of snow that land,, chief engineer of the bureau of DRUGSTORE
business.. and Mrs. C. Downs j
L. T. Creech, Mrs. B. V. Pace and 'reached a depth of fifteen. inches in water. and power of Los Angeles who ,

the Watanabe hotel last' Thursday Miss Floy Bryant. High prize was parts of Colorado. ,said that his' investigations.J led'him

Mrs. E. C. Cole, Mis. :Dave Alston honoring "Madame" and "Papa" S. won by Mrs. Pace and Mrs. Lo/ier Highways in the storm center were to believe landslides 'above the dam

and Mrs G. L. Sims were afternoon( Watanabe at a farewell party for the was second. After the game delightful blocked and communication interrupted exerting tremendous' pressure' ,when,

guests at the home of11'5.. Dewey refreshments were served. tearIng '
by the down cf tel they plunged into I' ,
Japanese couple who sailed last Saturday the reservoir be. ,
avenue.E. .f" :
Becker Sagamore
on ephone and telegraph) :, poles. The hind it, had caused it to '
on a ten-mouths trip to their Mrs. Frank Franz entertained storm whipped its way eastward, 'go'out.; Just 'ReceWedEASTER :,.

D. Barr well known 'contractor ]home in Japan., Virtually' every resi. few guests at .a bi'rthday'dInner Monday driven by a strong wind,' and spreada THIEF SWALLOWS DIAMOND

\ is t-pendiug;' a few: 'days in Clewiston dent of Clewiston was seen among honoring her husband, Mr. white blanket, of from' one to six ....
on business. the guests at. some'time. during the Fiank Franz., Among those present Inches in parts of Kansas Missouri. Cairo;-To recover--,a precious: 'stone ..
from Belle Glade were Mr. ,and Mrs 1\Iexido.
Oklahoma and New
and valued at about $1500 CANDIES
evening out-of-town, residents man who
accompanied Jesse and Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ames, Aly ,
For the : swallowed In'an \
the .
s'on Leonard anddaughter came from as far' as Fort by their I "a farm steal it was sent to l \ > i .
'South as relief, measure, hospital here. The .. : 1
jr. ) Bay: to With the Watnnabes J .
Walker Stansell .
and a "fine boost' fqr the wheat ciop doctors? said they would retrieve the ,; ';- ;: .
Miami to spend the week) bon voyage. Mr. Joe Rose ..and Bob Cooper of '
ruotoied jewel from the lobber ; : Qf.all kinds
Miami were in' Belle Glade rehears. Western lately experienced without the :; :
\\ leave' from
end. Mrs Stansellfi Dancing was enjoyed and delightful its heaviest storm of the winter help of surgery. ., .
for her_ home in Shreveport,I refreshments were .se.rvec1.: iug, for. a play to be .given soon. .- '. ''. '.: I .' : '
liJ.mi\ with
snow drifting over, prairies jewel robber is a young well -', '

La., and Miss Catherine. Ames of lIadame''Vatanabe in her _quaint The Women's club 'gave a St.. Pat- in a wide area. At Garden City, Kan.,,I dressed Greek 'who arrived in Egypt : .
l'w Yoik City w ill ,mee.L her parentsin
I English told of her joy at seeing so iScks dance at the Belle, Glade hatch the snow was six inches deep. only 15 days before attempting the f BOX CANDY < "
Miimi! and return with them tojletvston. I ,
many of her friends gathered ,to wish Saturday night. Music was furnished: 'The .stormJeft a trail of fallen celocphone theft. I ;
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them a pleasant journey and even by the Kelsey City orchestra Favors and J telegraph poles, broker While examining rings and stones j jI I J '

: I Papa Watanabe\ who is known were furnished to every one and the under the weight of a wet, clinging I under the eyes of the proprietor of

Captain' Deaue, Duff was .a bus.uess; I throughout this section for his shunning house was filled! to capacity. !snow, in ,western and .northwesternKansas. I the jewelery store, 'the young dandy .. '
visitor, A inV st Palm ..Bea'c'l' sa ur-I the spotlight. consented to speak \ I managed to exchange a' false for a. 1 .."in, 1 and, -2 poundpackages

day. _. :. and told briefly of the proposed rip Belle Glade was blessed by much At Hays, Kan., many automobile( real stone. The jeweler noticed this! I I : .' iii' '

\ 3husine HId of his, and ails ',wife's desire to needed rains Tuesday aud' Saturday.It travelers were forced to stop because' and ordered him to re toro the stoi-I ,- .
D. 1j, Graham of Lakeland was !
1<:turn, to Clewiston. ',after they Iiavo is estimated! that ,it will be worth' of impassable loads. en property). before the police were' : .' : e
in '
visItor II --
I sited, their home. The Watanahts thousands of dollars, ,,to the ,farmers Highways leading from Colorado called. The proprietor in the meantime -, 1

Paul Schroder of Miami spent? Monday -'I sailed Saturday. for Kinomi Don' ja- of this section. Springs, Colo., were blocked by the I closed the door of the 'shop :s'i : ; /. :' <<. _

pan. --- heaviest snow of the winter and public -''i i a crowd began to collect outside. alsoBASKETS
in Clewistou.Mrs. .
Beginning Monday night '
schools there were closed.A I I When he saw the police coming, .
will be a week of special meetings -
H. F. Woodward has been : light snow fell in northern Okla I the man'' swallowed the stone and ,as of EGGS
S. S. Sacltler of Philadelphia! confined held at ,the Union church. Rev. Hus '
to his hotel since: Monday\ with slom_ homa, where more was. predicted for I j he was about, to be taken iUo custody '
who spent afew days in CWlstonon see of West Palm Beach will con-
,, ach trouble. His condition is not tonight with freezing temperature he tried to commit suicide by etc. etc.
left se- I
business and pleasure rid duct the meetings.
a rious but he will be confined to' his which brought a warning to stock stabbing himself with a piece ofl

for her home Saturday bed for the lest of the week. men to care for their livestock. Snowand glass. Instead of being sent to a po_
There will be a dance Friday night
rain was predicted for southern lice station he was sent under escort
Mr. and Mis. G. W. Gordon, accompanied at the new dance pavillion in Belle
.. Oklahoma and the, Texas Panhandle to a hospital.STATE .
by Mrs. G. B., Heard and I'1:;--- ___ Glade, owned by the Bowne Broth. Send home a box of

lier daughters Charlene and Catherine 1 I SCHOOL ers This dance will be chaperoned I .
left Friday for Indianapolis by !t:__ by members of the Woman's club. PARK & TILFORD'Sbest
automobile Mis. Heard and the ._. IN SEMI-YEARLY MEET
" The program The Bible class of the Union Sunday Los Angeles.-Official figures indicating
children and Mrs. Gordon will 1'e-1 that w e had last candy
several months was fine afternoon school is rapidly growing and a known death toll of 285 Tallahassee.-The state board or
for Some
in the north
main I ot the
", but Mr. Gordon will return to Clew I eats 'Werl here After the par. accomplishing many things, among in the St. Francis dam disaster, and pardons at its semi-annual session. I I

," I they program the most important, they are givingas charges' of the California state engineer which opened I
organized yesterday, granted one
'.'. iston in a few weeks a. Par ent-T
', ,, I sociatIon. eacher s as. an Easter gift, to the church, new that foundational weaknesses in conditional pardon at the initial sit-I

hymn books. Mrs. Helen 'LanLam' : the dam's abutment caused Its collapse
On a sailing party on Lake Okee-: Some! of the ting.
chobee Sunday afternoon were Frank program were as things We bad 011 the D. D., is teacher. All visitors and stood out conspicuously in the Emery Ballard; serving a sentence Try. your local drugstore first ,"

Bucher Mrs. Jean It. Whitman,I Twinkle follows Lochll\ar: new members are cordially invited aftermath of Tuesday's flood. from Santa Rosa county for violationof
Twnikle Little :1 ..
Ames Mrs. Walker Stansell PatriCk, Star St The charge of faulty construction the prohibition laws
:', Leonard ,' s Day dances called : Mr. J. R. Jairell was honored was given
: jr., W A. Bowles, Miss Martha Nil "ou'" and "Ace of Diamonds ""I see Tuesday evening by a Dutch dinner of the dam' 'came from Edward Hyatt -I the clemency. Ballard had served i I Ij Service and Satisfaction

liamson and Ira L. NeSmith. and Jr. state he had half of his sentence had \
c"" a reading "Twenty Little given by a few of,, his friends for his engineer, after : and pro.
I li'l'l\ggyS j r
i went to School." birthday. Blessing was said by Master -

Sun-, ( The poem Jimmie Pace. Mrs. C. B. Lo/Ier
, coons II, guests at the Clewiston Inn "Lochln r" was acted !]EMcy2Mi2I2J3J2JS
out by Mr. vas, elected hostess for the evening
in Miami\ and Bain's room while dl
spent the week end Mad.
:. those
dine by a cast ballot. Among present

J-:. visited Palm Beach Jules M.on Burguieres the return at trip' West toClpwiston. cry acted Means as read Locliinvar.it. Elmer the Montgom kiup'was! and enjoying the evening vceMr. '6As Good as the Best and Better than Most1

Kendrick Mr.
t: Grant: and Mis._ Alston
I., 1' I I Ii j i I Alien, Frances, the queen was Vesta and Mrs. J. O. Dai den, Mr. and Mrs. .

I and Tippy was llle bride M. W. Halt, Mr. and Mrs. Holley

[ Is The in operation Collier line again boat between"The Palms"i Clew,i' bridesmaids Delora Wikle.were Roberto! Georgeand Rutland,. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Creech.. ., This was the comment of a recent couple who spent a : ,.',
of Lauderdale I
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Byrd -
r,... iston! and South Bay after being In Little Lucy Lcckert were"'iL Mr. and Mrs C. B. Lobitr, few weeks at The Clewiston Inn, after stopping at several .

laid up for a few days for repairs I II !; iia Smith Taylor Dorothy K'effcr. Zelda: Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Pace, Miss Mar hotels on the motor trip from Chicago. .

Ii i and Morris Scott. Then the j'oiie Wall, Miss Floy Bryant, Mr.

I.; DANCE SUCCESS' I program closed ly J singing, "Star Eli McDonahl, Mr. George Fleming, Because it is typical of the, statements of most of the _
Spangled ''
" Banner. Mr. Louie Welman and Mr. Jail ell.
' t' guests their comments are worthy of repetition. :,\
; Local veterans of the World war, PUPILS ABSENT, Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Byrd I

i-., cored another direct hit when sue.' Mae, They are I''Velda Jackson. Bessie. : for pinning the tail ,on the donkey "We stopped at several of the better hotels; on our trip _

f. cess cro'Miejl their efforts at the Warren. Thelma Guthrie. Jim- I and ,to Jimmie Pace for a Charleston ,:..
here and in each the surroundings and atmosphere
mie we compared [
dauce at the decision! Inn last Fri Beardsley. Lola and Virginia contest. Mr. Jarrell is from Blrm'ag .: i

;.' day night. A peppy orchestra from Williams are back in school. Lois 1. ham, Ala., and is visiting his laugh '' with the Inn at Clewiston."In .

'[''I. Okeochc'! "(.
!f '. a record 'ciowl nifri: the dance 'lo-ir: ; There will not be a program thisI He was 75 years of age St. PatiJcks some of the larger cities we.of course saw more lavishly [

''' I I Friday, March 23, but there will be hotels but arrival here decided that '
f t: 1 until Hume Sweet:: Home was played.:.: Day. appointed on we 1
i one March 30. We .
Several guests were present front have changed itIto the Clewiston Inn is good the best. arid better than
every other Friday Mr. J. Lippmann of New York was; as as ,

:l Moore Haven :und LaBclle. .I I The Boy Scouts have passed the in Belle; Glade with a party Friday. most of those at which we stopped." : I

"Tenderfoot" test and have received night and gave a very instructive

Y BRIDGE CLUB MEETS I their "Tenderfoot" badges. Mr. Bain ',talk: on the marketing of vegetablesand m ., Whether you're just passing through or planning to i!l

" f! the scout master has received the fiuits. The address was made pend winter make the Clewiston Inn !
Mrs. Dick C. Miller held high a delightful your .
score :a scout master badge also. to the Palm Beach Company Grow,'I

for the women and H. F. Woodward (;! Debra Wikle, ers association.' Mr. Lippmann will ,: .:< .headquarters while In Clewiston. 12J

,t; high score for the men \\hen the ', Elmerlongome..r'Y', I return in the near future to complete,. I ." '),>'..'-.,.' ." ,. ,
Saturday night bridge club met at Rcpoiters. his airaugemcnts. t '

the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Simpi -- ------------ :' i': .c, / .' .. .. .

, son Four on Del tables Monte avenue. ;I}I NEVER- MIND I. t.71 :;'t,.: ;i:, ?; : : ;( c' : < : > :> \. ;/;;:: : ::; .::; ,

ami. ,
were set for
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m / .. .','" ,.< '" .f' ..- '" ,.... .. ." .
L- among ,the members were Mr. and : ..

Mrs. '1'. V. Watson, Mr. and Mis. W.r'I I the MUCK' ;,i' { }t J C/!(: / : ; :: J..i ; ;

D. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil '! : :- 7_ _. .' .... .. ___ : .

Owen Mrs. H.. Mr O. and Mrs. R. L. Simpson cJ PA CATPLLARS' i 1 ;' : '. ;: ...: ". :. ,'.' .:., r'I: i

'T'homas' Mr. and, Mrs. t m 'N ;.y 3if; : 1 S" .

A. Jackson 1. Mr. and Mis. J. E'i :, .. :; "
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Beardsley Mr., and Mrs m : ,' ., :. .:"
Dick ,
-/ G Mil- @ ;; 1':.;" ::. .y :. '
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Recent visitors I .::". :-,.:J.,".<, ,(' :. 0': ,- 'b- '--, ,,:':. ,". ,,',.,- '. .
at the Clewistcn S
Inn i i : ....,r : : L ... icd; ; "
were D. L Graham \ r'L, :
of Lakeland, I' r: \: "

:Mr.! and'//Mrs. D. J. Flynn of Citrus! } .. I I 1.; .
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r Center Mrs. A. M. Fuller of Boston 0 nywhere :' "
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-' A.. R. Powell of Pittsburgh; F.J,:, / .

D. Jole of Tampa; Mrs. S. S. Saltier, i SOFT soil tough soil wet ; ., .: .. ,. ,
of Philadelphia; C. S. Wise of l\I1-1 Now holds no terror for the new .

ami; R. J. Cook of Jacksonville; P. Lowered Prices "Glades Special Caterpillar Tractor." Lay- ?;; : ;d/\: I

Tracy of Saulte Ste Marie tich., I On the Entire Line" ing its own broad track it rides the surface \ \;/ ;.: ;, .,' _:

C. C. Simmons of St. Louis: 'j. Rose !i I tractor You can every now own user the is lightly 1 with traction in every inch of con t acbooatlng"rorwhntyou t 'I : .; For Further nformation. .
ofIiami; K. Cooper of Miami. i f would pay for on ordinary with the soil. Get this extra pull for Muck ., { ; i

George II. Wilder and Paul W. Den- for our tractor New Price Write List Land work for deep set plows ;:_" M. E. KYNETT
and Folder TODAY for disks and harrows pulled in tandem.
uam of Plant City; J. W. Stewart of ".1
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West Palm Beach; Marcus Clements I

r of Okeechobee; Mrs.\ C. E. Jones of Me OONAIL&lBtURGMAt'J) T.he Clewiston Inn

Fort Pierce; W. R Page of Okeecho. i :
\ Distr.i.utors liar 1 ioniin .
bee; H S. Johnson of Jacksonville; JACKSONVILLE MIAMI .

V R, Kelley of Indianapolis, Ind,, Clcivhton Motor Company, Cicivtston, Florida I
i I Clew is t< :Mr! and Mrs, B. E, Pearce of Tampa I ;i' ] I Ii

and Frank W Bevis of Miami ''fJ
"#< *w"H *V '
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t f/ Jin5JiMAa5J2J5JMiM2J gerr C1mITQ.'i9J! Pc i.hiJ tPcle la..Jr J e .2J2JcM3MSJcM2Ji' :l"'rP c.JPPcI f PePe.I u Pd f i1rv1 c.le lr'Pe!z'\fcJL 1 !

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