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 30, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I 'Six teen Aspirants Steel To Be Erected .
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'request of a few citizens- the Soon -Cane Planted I I _

Now in Field For I \ information is. furnished ; I The o:.l't reversed, i orders
l will assure 160 EXECUTIVE
Office More Are public press, of Hendry county from the circuit court of Gads-

the benefit of prospective candi- Days Grinding.With den county ,and dissolved a temporary -
Expected To Announce -
': and voters of the coming June COMMITTEE Injunction against members -

this Week. I : more than fifty carloads of the board of commissioners -'

I CTHIS : of material totalling approximately of the
person of the! age of twen...i PLANS WORK Everglades drainage
500,000: : pounds now on Uie I district carrying out the provisions -
I'' He dry county political lists of the new years and upwards that shall .
ground at the site, of the new 1- of ,the legislative act of
were swelled again this week: storage house, of the Florida time of registration be a cit
/ 500 ton a day sugar mill, erection 1027, authorizing the issuance of
*}hen six ,more citizens .of the and Light in Ch
I I er company of the United States, and shall j Confirmation of new Dcmourat-
ouiity announced their candidacy :: Lon and {the operation of the of the structural steel will be ";MUiuitteemcn in :Hendry coun- i $20,000,000, .'....worth of 'addItional
and his her
resided or
'or office' : )I frigeration system was started early next week, it was "y was reported at a ,recent meet bonds for drainage purposes.,
I domi'clIe home and place I
I Sbteen' candidates ,are now inhe ed Tuesday by Harry Eaton, announced yesterday by WilliamG. ing of the: Hendry County Demo- The Opinion of the supreme
frigeratiou engineer! for abode in Florida for cratic1 executive committee'
I field :rind those"'who came out Ames consulting engineer for LuJDelle. court was by Justice J. B WnitIleld. -
; Florida Power and, Light year, and in the county for 'six I I '
of the Southern Sugar) company and It held that the
p' LiS week'l are 1 ti'. W. otherwise proposed
,wfno supervised, the snail if qualified E. L. Stewart, cashier of tho' .
:'elc!a for. Sheriff, William T. Hull, of the building and the to law in such c unly'tJ in charge of the mill construction. First Bank: ) of Clewiston was new Everglades bonds would ;be

.'or clerk of circuit court, J. R. tion of the machinery.The a qualified elector at' all i'lom the: day ;in December when .namtd committeeman from District obligations- o" the district and'

I Doty for," tax ,assessor, Judge '.W.i equipment exclusive of under the constitution. Nat- the first shovelful of dirst was, No. 'I and J. H.. Booth of not the state of Florida; that ,

citizens of the United'States! West LaBelle, for District No. 2, the legislature had tho
C\ Richaids for ,judge of. tho building represents an turned by Governor jMar.tin: for power to
time of and before registra Action .on the appointment of authorize the issuance of the
, Bounty court )l d''V'. C. Hooker t mate investment of $6,000 (he construction of the mill, ,
I registra..1 a committeeman from District No.: bonds upheld the of
new storage plant insulated shall produce to the ; right the
work has steadily forward
of Clewiston, for, county 'commissioner. celotex will compare officer their certificates of nat gone 2 was deferred pending the acceptance law making body to impose a
and' more than 4,000 yards o: '
r with the best plants in ,the or duly certified copies concrete have been poured for: of the post by A. C reasonable advalorem tax for retiring -

SV. W.' Holland who announced: With a capacity of two and shall make oath that the foundations 'WhIch the Wright who had been named for the .bonds In the district
ais candidacy for office of sher- on East LaBelle. and that lands' within
j. loads of ice the are the identical persons nam any the-
I completion will
of machinery rest
Iff is a successful farmer at Fella great pieces Th(; state committee is anxious district having hopes of direct or
the such certificate before I inv .
will eliminate
new plant I
office th.main'
at present He also has had Provid- A two-story' building, to see the committeemen throughout Indirect benefits from the tax
necessity of carrying ice be allowed to register:
:' onsiderable:: police experience and Moore Haven. that the following classes of per-' floor of which is used as I the county. at 'work, wStataC1laicman i should be liable for their part. .

tv fs'!: connected with the police department a warehouse with the office and Hurd L. Reeves re- 1 Decides Two Cases
In the immediate future shall not be entitled to vote: i
of Fort Myers for four ii II I drafting rooms; of the consulting 'ported. The court, with a single sweep,
ice will be shipped in by Ic. In i
I rears. He is well known throughout engineer above has also been completed E., L. Stewart and. J. H. Booth disposed of two cases against the .
and stored in the
the county and will have as but as soon as increased I and to facilitate tile 'han- were named to prepare' a suitable board, one brought by the Dade

3110 of the main planks: of his dling of machinery approximately ; assessment by the' committee Muck Laud Company and the
I warrants, the ice will be
j platform, the 'strict enforcement factured here.Ability two miles of railroad' track against the various offIces of the other the M. B. Garris Proper

' necessary
,. j Pointing to his past 'record as I I giant crane will be moved to .tions which ,were unanimously: the Everglades district. '
pervision of construction
f was
\-.f l 1 clerk;: of the circuit court, .William li idences when Mr. Eaton : tne' scene; early next week for adopted read: I Judge Love granted the re-,

( T. Hull, is, seeking reelection, ed the construction of the the handling and placing of the County Clerk-$12.50. I straining order on the principal

He',f Is ..,.popular. ::' throughout the room. 1, steel girders and the heavy mill Tax Collector-$12 50. allegation that the complainantsheld

IcIinty'tiXd'has a' host. of' friends :- --t Lu.ici.iiuery. Tax Assessor- 412.50- "<1- lands in -,the areawhich '
In the room, 21x26 feet
in LaBelle where he has, lived I At the celebration in December I II Superintendent Public Instruction would be equivalent to taking
,nine feet high, the
or the past ten years :Mr. Hulls ,pipes are carried. Insulation it was said that the first 1,500 I -$12.50 their property. without due pro

also a veteran of> the World I ton unit of the 7,500 ton mill Judge of County: Court-$12.50. cess of law.
arranged in the walls and
n'ar- eight layers of celotex iitiA.f.t.Z.i' j would be completed within a year Sheriff-$10.00. The drainage acts. passed ,Iiytne

@ J. R. Doty who is seeking slec- the insulation complete. } and Mr. Ames said yesterday that County Commissioners- $3.00.: 1927 legislature, advocated inn

:iou as tax assessoI is basingais Construction ( every indication points to the County Representative--$2.00. .' personal message delivered.to .
of the floor of _'', .
campaign on his knowledge' '.. >. fact that the mill will be ready Superim'eudent of Registration ,the law-making body by the governor -
room to hold the cold. was .
of conditions throughout the three for grinding by December 1. -$ .OO" I provide for the diversion.
ranged by laying inches 1C'm '
ount)'. He is at present, Mayorf Although to date the work has :Member County School Board ot 'certain funds now derived from
concrete the
on sand. On top
LaBelle and served as cashierf not been spectacular, it was ex- -$1.00.C. Everglades lands by state ,boards
this was put a five inch
) the bank of LaBelle for 13 : plained that exceptional care wa3, Hubert presided at the meetIng and the Imposition \n advalorem -
cover of cork board and ,
/ this. and which really :7 '!... : ;.i ?,j necessary in, the foundation workto with M. L. Williams secre tax to the paling .off of, the

: Thorough enforcement of, al! i: I insure the most efficient oper- tary. proposed additional $20,000,000bond
the floor of the room ,
ia\\s, as shown by him when he Persons not duly registered ation of the machinery. Work ac- debt. .Introduction of tha
inch layer of solid :
.vas county judge, whIch office he crete., to law. complished ''within. the next few UNUSUAL MAP OF measures followed a trip made by

held for four years is the main Persons 'under guardian months will seem to the laymanto Uavernor Martin to New York,

) ) offered by Judge ,v. C. In the engine room the '' STATE TO SHOWCLEWISTON
;plank including those kept' in or con be considerably increased although where the chief executive obtained -

i Richards who is seeking the of- ment consists of a five ton in public prison. i it was pointed out that CANE a sale for the bonds to, two

'rice of, judge of the county court monia compressor operated by ird. Persons who'' are Insane or the construction program is well, prominent New York bonding

!or Hendry county. Judge Rich- 10 h.p. G. E. motor, an ,,A}
up with the schedule planned. are firms, the agreement being predicated -
condensor of' the counter Tallahassee, Fla.-\Vhere
mis iswell known throughout Persons who '-may have While the program has been upon the state supreme
.his section and Is active in type controlled by the principal' sources of revenue, .
convicted of felony by any termed ouit holding valid any legislative ,a
r any located the !state,
electrical control switches. 'of Florida over
-hurch affairs of the
county. is-
of record. v mill, there will be .three separate action authorizing the ,

ointing to a tribute paid him Through this system the' who have been oailciings, one the mill proper, the such as productions from agrI- sue.
'jy the state officials 'who -said > is automatically stopped at may second the and boiler plant cultural and industrial activities? r
of bribery perjury or lar- power In U. S. Courts Too
a hat his records compared favorably point'where the pressure and the third, the present office The "picture map" now being pro- I
crime in In addition to the litigation in
of infamous
.with the best in the .stave excessive or at the desired any Ddilding and warehouse.Tae tIon, State Department of Agricul- ..
court of this state or any other the state courts, 'proceedings were
\v7. P. 'Andrews is .seeking reflection temperature! in1 the storage foundation and main floor pared by the Bureau of Immigrature .
or interested m any bet or begun in the federal courts. The .
at the June primaries.He The insulation work them far as
Will be of concrete and the sides ,will depict as '
pending will
'l the use of celotex has been : : tlit result: of which shall latter still are but
has held the position since brush in
or 'that will be of steel and corrugated possible, by strokes a not affect the sale of the bonds,
that of upon any
thorough operation
the formation of the county in finished artist. '
/ she ting, the hands of a
members of the board said. Justice -
machinery for five hours hereafter fight .a duel, or fctnd l
L923.Past a I Kismg 100 feet in the air the The map, which, will not be Whitfield's opinion also held
performances will maintain( in the storage 1 glY', carry or aoCwrt a dial.
speak better II southern: SU'gar mill at Clewistonwill available. .for distribution for several that the constitution forbids thepayment ,
than promises for tke futureis a daily temperature of 2G to fight, or that s?:ill be a '
'I( riiall be a new land mark in the months yet, .will be the first by; the state of principal .,-
tho grees. to either parij or i
theory advanced by W. C. ,
E.erglades and will be visible for of its kind over issued in Flor- or Interest on Everglades
'beaivi of such chan err
looker Clewiston who I j
resident several lures on either side of the the few published!
disability ida, and one of drainage district bonds. ,
but the legal
vlll seek icelectiou ; '
: as county '
S Davis Rules OnCampaign until after trial ,community. in the' country Beginning with The advalorem tax from the
. commissioner from District No. 1. not accrue
The mill will be operated by
i the etreme date of assessment would not bind
Commissioner Hooker durin I conviction by due form of law. Escambia county, on ,
of 500 horsepowereach
Du- the state deprive ofproperty
to or persons
northwest and proceeding
ais recent term has been one of No person shall be permit and will be almost entirely ,
without due of
val county, on the ,easternmostside :: process
'the most active members of the to vote at an election who shall The unit will consistof
Tallahassee, Fla: -Attorney the electrified. ': and thence downward to law, the 'opinion held The, title
tlendry county board and has a to pay, at least on or before crusher shredder and. a "
oral Fred H. Davis considers, a a of the act "is sufficient to express -
West it will show, by waterstate's
keen, knowledge of' conditions in Saturday preceding the day mill. Key ,
''.in unusual political y.lr" nine, roll government : a. single subject. The drain-
the resources,
eleQtion, his or her poll While work on the' constructionof
is ] to ben-
inclined operations are designed
Since the first few annouuccmfnts to construe .the : for the two years next preced the mill has been steadily color painting,, the location of the
su ar
utes as: courts of law would efit the lands in the district and
were Made several weeks the:: year in wn.h such ceuajH. progressing, activity In the buildings and various scenes
strue them in any contests the legislature has the' power to
ago, the political pot' has increased -' might result over elections. I be held; provided that: nd per- fields was being, pushed to provide showing; both animate and Inanimate : levy reasonablxes for such,

from a slow simmer to aq.quick shall be prevented from voting : the necessary cane for the results of agricultural, and work," it continued.

( boiling and early predictions This was the attorney ; I of not having so paid a mill to 'r.-rind.t industrial development. "Tho advalorem tax is no dou-
statement in letter written
that the a t
present campaign be
tax for any year which shall not Immediately adjoining the Although the map will not blo taxation, nor unlawful delegation
would be one of the most interesting J. S. Clark, a St. Petersburg I
been lawfnil: ao sabla!;! a/jalns/ : townsite and at Liberty Point published for distribution for several of the vdxing power.
in the torney, in which Mr. Davis
county being
are or her ,by reason of his or her thousands of acres of new cane months, the bureau has released "Where a project is of such a
R substantiated by each week's newlist his interpretation, as far as :
of aspirants. sible, on the law regarding having been of age, or having were planted with the result that ,an advance list of the resources :- nature that a common public benefit -

over fifty-five years of ago, or for this season's grinding there to be shown in each may be 4 The man on the street, at first expenditure of funds in
"'- apathetic' to the campaign, generally ing a candidate's campaign has lost a limb in battle, or who will bo ,approximately 150,000 county on the< map. In Hendry able' tax upon just valuation may,

Is becoming more interested office. have become disabled in the tons of came which will provide county, for instance the map will, be imposed. Flood control as wellas

''i daiIand election talk is rapidly The attorney requested I States army or navy service, for: a 100-day grinding season. depict sugar cane, trucking and public safety and health are

I' : who shall have procured and citrus, and in Baker county, a among the public improvements
-I, 0' coming to the front as the main mation: as to whether match ;: '
., topic of conversation.No ets, with printed matter, I exhibit the certificate ot' the Mayor: J R. Doty of LaBelle, T nursery and Irish potatoes. Other designed ,by the drainage operations .
political meetings have yet mirrors, lettered pencils, I of registration to that et.I F. J ane, secretary of the 'chamber scense will be: in the Everglades drainage

been arranged but it is believed loid balloons, printed fans, !1 as hereinafter: provided for; and ) of-: ,commerce, ,V.';.C.,'Richards, I Bay county, deep sea fishing district.

that as tho campaign waxes dars and printed blotters may, : who became eligible to "I '. < \: and 'satsuma oranges:; Bradford End Tuo-Year: Fight!
former cotmty .Ud Pflugo,.
warmer several of these will be' I der tlvs campaign ) : as::> an eleciu in ta year A. )- ', } \ .' 'strawberries,. sweet corn and pecans "The legislature has determined -

arranged in both ends of the statute; be used in shall be prevented from TOt.. county r superintendent! :;of public, ; Brevard citrus fruit, track ,ttic benefits to be derived from
k' county.In ., 'Of.; the list of articles f! becavse of not having a poll taxi insrruction.. and H A.I I Rider. farming and fishing; Brovraid" drainage operations, and, such

addition to the sixteen whose "printed blotters" received i, 'uear. Provided, that no per-; :aunty attorney wire In' Clowisn Port Bay Mabel,\ Florida Power benefits may be indirectand gen-

CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 attorney general's official '0. 1 CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 I ( TUG! id?v on )hi ;jIW as, and Light plant and truck crops. eral.

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:'.- The Clewiston News '..' ( .. :' ,CABfeAGESAND KINGS An Accidental Accomplice B

Successor to The Clewiston Progress ',;; ,

Publisherand Manager ,: .> : The Lumberman's journal passed .on .:to us *'by : "F Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran & entrance, and as he went' In, 'began&
Heinz is responsible for gagthat :"with'all the varied usesfor:1:I' "'. '. .. studying the appearance of the dins"'J' f
., ,. TOM SMITH, Editor / j t (', .': : Company
some enterprising'-advertising writer will
o ,I t ** : yeast, copy explain r Kiay building which standing( It
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that it also be ued to make >
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Subscription Rates \" : 6n
I the selfsame
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By mail outside of Florida '. ';', By mail in Florida ..' -: Those LaBelle, Legionnaires are close competitors with TexRickard Carol hare, New York society' elghtly years ore more' an evershifL:

One year' $2.50 One year $2.00 when it ''comes to 'staging fights: The only difference debutante"about, to become en- lug metropolis has used as Its prla-

Six 'months 1.50 Six months .-.,. 1.00 is that the LaBelle crowd 'out on such a good card that they paged lo'Bocrly W'cck's'cion' 'of .,n tite: has "become one of,the city

Three months 1.25 Three months ',::.. ': -":?5 cant make as much money_ out of it as Tex. ,. I a' 'SWallliy t'. lurn family whether consults: she an will oriental famous.. landmarks: as' familiar. as

\ Application.. for. entry ns,second" class is pending.NEWS' ." :. ,,:';,.'., /':' The Old Maid's convention, proved at le'st that.we.can Ijc' \'halt] }! y'.:.lie tells., !her (,o wait: the. Cathedral l lhe,, Woolworth Tower,
'.. live entertainment the local talent 'whenever and ::on the night of -her Union '
.n '" t. ','" steam up' soma among, : .., en1ar-; or Square
until dinner'
'I \0 we feel. so inclined: ? 'f' she. decides that she : '
I, Definite control ,of Lake Okcechobee with water transportation. '' J1ol'arit.. Carol, lot king -now at thee prison*
\v"home i 'o'f "thcl' Coles,' they: tell.. us\is' to be, paintedThane \ tb marr?Weeks ;'

.(2. Early ,complcUgn of the. highways.. for,.. local transportation_ ;':and pink. coupled with the cream-colored Bigg house, and the but i h;
,concentration, of products --r white administration' building with fields of green sugar cane jlnson n yonyg 'man who sated 'personal interest la it, observed curiously

3, A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables. and in the background i is enough to attract any artist. '. her from ,being struck by. an. au- the little narrow passageway
other products of this region to the northern markets. topiubile., )} : \ higlr above: the ,sH'eetthe'Bridge, of

4. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing. association. for 'Dr. :A. 'C.; "Shuler l a ,minister delivering a radio sermon was I At. :Uic end 'of" the 'f.ngagem 1 Sighs;across which Tombs tenantsgo

both buying .and! selling purposes. \ y, .' peeved ''recently' when parts of his sermon in which he attacked I dinner, her aunt, Sarah Colton to the court building adjoining to

...' .! J other [religions were cut out. We quite agree with him that he tells her that ,her father Banker, learn their fate. Anxiously, too, she

. is entitled to opinion, but when it means forcing that opinion I IH.TK, is in the Tombs'} on an em- scanned, the little barred windows

,; OUR TRANSPORTATION SITUATION on thousands of radio' fans and in view of the fact that the >,cz/ cmcnt charge. visible above great surrounding
I principles of the country are based on religious freedom, we I In the mcailnhllc a scene In walls, wondering which of them look-

Difficult as it would have been three years ago to visual- I must commend the action of the radio officials, and vote Dr. the office of Prosper Strong, a ed in on the cell where father was.:

ize Clewiston as it exists today, much more difficult is it from I Shuler as out ,of order. I financier It Is repealed that Dare's And as she thought of him-her

the present ,day standpoint to picture the Clewiston of three I : lawyer one Beaton is In league father-shut behind
has moved tables on with Strong: and the two plan to up forbidding,
years hence. That a thorough metamorphosis will take place I Now the Clewiston Inn management shameful bars she
If with more J'H!!: the! I/anker commit suicide began to wonder
the dining room. dining
seems certain. That this transformation will occur through the to the porch adjoining about his
medium of improved transportation facilities as perhaps the ideal surroundings is 'possible it's beyond. our imagination.: in his cell. other prisoners. the
Had they too families
Carol In the meanwhile after
principal factor, seems a reasonable supposition.No .
election in June rccon r1ng' from the shock decides people that loved them? Were
. ; community: can live unto itself alone. This is evidencedby (Registration for voting at the primary
that home in is faster and, it is our prediction that to go to her father's assist some of them, like her father, unjustly
the fact any our city furnished in its com- are' beginning to come In ,
monest utilities from products of various parts of the nation Clewiston will be represented almost 100 per cent at. the polls:: ance. accused and disgraced, shamed .
NOW GO ON WITH THE STOUT before all the world? For the firstime "
and from foreign countries. Though it is surprising here in when they open on June 3. she '
Clewiston how much of the food stuffs consumed on our ta- Indistinctly, it Is
Line comes the announcement that She reads ithe click glano! he- true, but :with a fine feeling of compassion
bles are produced close at hand, yet an inspection will show And from A. R. Plant of the

that perchance Grand Rapids, Michigan: : gave us our furniture, business is ,getting better. If A.. R. were not so 'modest he might truthfully I gave 'her that her father's plight already some faint comprehension.
the salt mines in the N. Y. was known to the servants, but of what prison means. She sensed
Syracuse, district yielded up their business' whole lot better."
salt. Our meats perhaps come from Kansas City ; our cheese say, "I'm making a she kept up before themfas she sympathetically the helplessness of

from Wisconsin from Cuba and it made the maids carry Crs. Colton to those unfortunates who become en-
; our sugar is painful to which i never fails to get a chuckle of derision from
Ont bit of --ews her and her clothing.As meshed with the law's
state many of our canned fruits and vegetables from California ,room remove' penalties.

and Color ?do. Transportation agencies are constantly busiedin this is that line about making wars less brutal.A she awaited the doctor's coming What a terribly thing .it :was, she

assembling raw materials from more or less distant pointsto she refreshed herself with a cold mused to be deprived of libertyto -

manufacturing centers, and carrying the manufactured articles visitor f7om the big city recently arrived in Clewiston and com bath and changed to a plain frock. be a prisoner.But .

again to distant points, to be consumed or used. menting on his trip through the' Everglades said, "But the towns are so "We had a dinner last night," she what could be keeping the

Improved transportation and cheaper rates are producedby small. Belle Glade for instance. What do they do there for entertainment? explained to the doctor, j "and I'm chauffeur? Many minutes had passed
volume of traffic. The agencies that are building Clewiston :L':?;d it was too much for my aunt." I
This week we intend 'to hand this visitor an autographed coy of, The 'and' he had not returned. Perhaps H
will produce volume of traffic, not only in the sugar, celotex "Merely a nervous collapsewas,
News with the Belle Glade news marked in red On a per capita. was too early for visitors to be re.
and other products that will be manufactured and shipped from Clewiston his verdict. "I'll give her a sedative.1 ceived. She
had no Idea of the hour
here, but in the raw' materials and equipment that must be basis there's very nearly as much activity in Belle Glade as there Is In With a few days' rest she will be ,
but she
saws/ that the streets stilt
assembled here for the process of manufacture. ,the big city, and we're convinced that after reading of Belle Glade in' thy all right. I'll look in again 'in the were practically deserted except

The present transportation facilities at Clewiston 'not afternoon.It ,
are News, the hardboiled from the big town will agree with us that Belle I for an occasional car practically
wholly favorable, but potentially this community is in a most was' with relief that she watch '
Glade is little community. 'j'I 1 fareless. There were few
a peppy pedestrians
commanding position fo rthe early future.. Though we enjoy ed' him depart for she had been fear

direct rail service on the Atlantic Coast Line to the outside j ful 11 the while of bursting into 1 abroad as yet, though once the early

world, we have been handicapped by lack of motor roads. With:I The eighth Clewiston News is now published and if we continue to tears and had wondered that he had morning quiet had been broken by

the completion of the Palm Beach-Clewiston-Fort Myers stale ,j I grow during the next eight years as we have in the, past eight weeks l : taken no notice of lior pallor. Now, I a a clanging glimpse of gong, and she had caught
an ambulance passingdown
highway as a paved road from the Atlantic to the Gulf, and ; with Aunt Sara in
a nar
we wouldn't be surpifsed to have Hears, Howard and a few of, the other : the next street.
the further completion of the scenic highway from the 'north j I cotic sleep, but one thought was inj I #.
moguls uf new$paperdom write us to learn how we do it. Why didn't Frank come back?
into Clewiston, our position will be unexcelled by.,that of any I her mind-to get'at once to her fa..I i .

rnnrinrrtv\ in South Florida, and wa will be midway betweenthe I I ther's side."There's i j She turned again to study the

two coasts and with a direct paved highway to the north. Putting. out a paper might be compared to managing a" restaur&nt. j .
| j" ., some coffee ready Miss i prison windows, and 33 sn .ltd *,o /
A short comfortable ride to West Palm Beach will connect us i The i idea 'is to serve as deliciously as possible but even while you're''pr- Carl," said the butler, 'as she waited I a slight movement u: soma sore on

with '1.1'0 Dixie; hicrhwav: and an equally easy trip to. Fort My-i i'paring it, you know that some will not be satisfied. The only thing. left I for tlu car sb :iiad: had aim I the top of the surrounding wall

prs will place us on the Tamiami Trail. to do is to see that the dissatisfied are far in the minority. phone for, but she waved him Impatiently -I caught her eye. She kept her glance
Besides passenger traffic, these highways will build up an \ I away. The thought of food I fixed on the place. It might hay-

important line of trucking service, between Clewiston and i ite: I There are a lot of laughs in that Coffee Pot Game after all. ...; "/ I choked her. Sensing in the hushed I I been a bird, a leaf, a bit of paper;
neighboring cities, both as an. outlet for our products and .asl ': t.':
: ". I gossip of the servants, the compas_ blown by the wind, but the Impression -
an artery for supply of material of kinds. And all thisis .' :' .
many -
'Twont be long 'till we'll be flying: r I sionate eyes of the butler, some- she had had was that of a wiggling -

but a few months away, for actual construction has now O'er the welLknown 'Cross State 'hfg way, .:, : ': i'.'<;; '/, > thing of the prison shame that had[1 'hand. Ib was absurd, of course,
been betrun on these highways both across the state and to '
In our Royces and our Tizzies, *:. :'. ; :,:-..;;;: C : fallen on them she was desirous of merely a trick of her excited imag.

the north. 1. To the Uitzie tourist cities ""\.:: :",;"'/'>' >:::,/:.f.:,A. ... getting as speedily as possible to"' ination, but- .
Great developments have been launched on the east, ; .,..:;' ," j
On the Coast. ,' : < ';.* .01'1.: : her father's side. She wanted to put It was hands!
coast' in the creation and improvement of deep waterway h rbors ':.. ,'".." ;:'. ,,'\""+.,''," ,:I :. her arms lovingly about him' to kiss I ,_

The people who are sponsoring, and financing these improvements Where the Stotesbuiys and Stillmans, .' ,.\ ::;!i"'I: :), ,

sense the fact that their back country, the Everglades And the 'ilstociatic Dillmans :, ; "t\!\ '- : ," "' "./ and to, comfort him, to tell him that,,. Chapter Ten

must furnish the bulk of the tonnage that will justify Have spent fortunes, yed, spent, millions,/ ''::i} '*':\"(," ,: she knew he was innocent,, and that I ". '\

their existence. To facilitate this the of deepening chan- / '., :.. no matter what happened she loved STRANGE CONFEDERATES
plan To avoid the blustious winters, : >' >.r\.
nels through Lake Okeechobee and one or more of the canal In the North. v ';v._:,.....*\t:.:. ', ', and trusted him. j
'. ., ." \ r: : As she came downstairs the chauf As she watched two
leading from the big lake to tidewater'' is more or less crystal- : I wonderingly
lized, and surveys have been made by engineers appointed by Truly, I don't mind 'confessIng, ,,-'"' :\<' :':"..'<' fer, holding open the door for her, I human hands came into view, clutch

the federal government under the direction of the Congressional That it sure will be a blessing ",' : ". ''< .;..:.. waited expectantly for orders., Twice ing desperately at the top of the

Rivers and Harbors committee.- ''A deep waterway frorpj t When o'erroads, that were dis'treasing, ',, :: ,.:=;:-:, ".,. she tried to speak, but her \cice wall. A face followed,. a thin, furtive

We'll be Jubilantly dashing ._, .' : }'J::.(' : choked in her throat. face with
''Clewiston to New York, London, Panama, Buenos Aires, Yo-1 frightened eyes. A slim

[kohomo, is at this time far from being a chimerical dream of To the Coast. :<:.:>\!'.: .; $}j_;:.: !J;',, "To-your father?"' he caid.: I chap, baldly\ more than a boy, with \

the distant future. J ,. \' ,' She nodded gratefully, mauaginb effort drew himself and stretched -
j! My advice to Tom and Harry ;. ,' :,;'- ) -. 'r.,,. I up
Whenever basic manufacture ,\ .:.- '.... ...'. <, :; to ejaculate just one word himself out
a great industry begins at "'f'a k e ycui time but do not tarry ,,":.,:,<''.. ,. .. ,"<,,: ,.. ; at full length on the

any point and offers its wares in quantity for shipment, the Get your buggy In condition ,..,.::...../*r ," ', '" ;., ",;,' ", "Huiry!" op of the will.] lie i .y 1 iho-o for ., -

rail carriers are certain to find their way to that shipping .( ,For that longed-for expedition "..:. ::- ,)';x: ', \;::,. ,,: ; ,. ,- What, she wondered, must her fa- moment gasping from his effort, and

point. For the railroads have a keen scent for traffic. So it is To the Coast." "'. : .[{.:. .:: :' ther think of her? Aunt Sara said 1 then cautiously peered over the

rot unreasonable to suppose that with industry established at .:":';..:.' ?." I ',:, <. {; ,," : a telephone message had come at: wall into the street below.

Clewiston and offering quantity billing it will be ,, ; .- midnight. All this time he had beenin i
revenue He
pro- And were we to take the notion, ':, .' ..a" >. ./1,;,*: ::1 was such a short distance
vided with railway service adequate to handle this traffic. .'" ( ..' ) : ,'. -' .prison, waiting for some message
Gus' baths, rIght off the ocean, '. :" ;: :<. "(;, : ';:. ,'
And so as we go bumping over our muck roads in our Might 'affoid' us some diversion ; \:-:. : .' ffC<;.\,,: : from them, waiting peiLaps: for hi", away, just diagonally across the

flivvers or as we sit patiently stuck on a sand bar in Lake When wet make: that grand excursion, : ,-+:' ,.. ';. ..;.;( to come to him. She sank back street, that her sharp eyes could detect -

Okeechobee, let us be of good cheer, for verily better trans- To the Coast. .' .'?>.':< ''',:-- < wearily on the' cushions and pressed< I his every movement. As 'he

portation times are just around the corner.-E. C. C. I i '" ,':.'!;'. .' .. ...1 ....,'' her hands to her aching head as she s looked up and down Lafayette; street

Hcar me, all ye mourn Cui rustics, ".., ''.. '.}. ,/"." .'.:- j%.\. ', : '.', ,: tried to plan some course of action. and saw no one In sight but herself,

NOW FOR DRAINAGE \ AmpuUte the morbid' complex .-. :, : '..''" \<:.":. : ;.: \ :. \ Regretfully, she thought of Mr. a look of triumph came into his WiZened .
Delete all the doleful mailing' '. '.', ';'; ;:V f.',:..: Seaton, her father's lawyer Why had I face.
For ere long we'll all be saning' .' :: .- '*,t.;.:.; she not telephoned to him to -I
plan of Governor John W.* Martin to finance theo All
: l .' ', at once the significance of the
jrTC;: of the Everglades to its completion was upheld unan- To the coast. :..." her? Then she happened to ie- on her. It was a prIsoner trying to

r- .,; ,\" by the state supreme. court. -Ecli-li! Becker. member that Mrs Seaton was also 1 tableau she was witnessing dawned

-, ,t only did the court decide the matter of the legality the bank's lawyer. It ,was the bank: escape. What ought she to do aboutit

: :11 l 'i'h a single ,sweep disposed of the two cases brought Each of them their who had had her father arrested In ? Yesterday she would not have
'. jj t the turn'made brave fights to the all probability Mr. Seaton would be 1
r. ji I Everglades drainage board-the one brought by Everglades drainage see hesitated but as a matter of course
the Dade Muck Land problem solved but all left to the succeed- on the bank's side. Perhaps it was 1
company and the other by the M. B. ing governor the task which wouldhdvc\, tiled IT give c-n alarmbut !
dv1 rig properties. was becoming more important: just as well that she had, not called
each year as the various other now a shade of p perplexity: "
j 1\: decision is of vital importance to the Everglades areaf1'ii developed. resources of the state were bmg -- him. I ed her face, vanisnuj quickly as the

a'fchough the opponents of the plan will probably The car cam to a -,t op. Looking
carry Realizing fully the importance of 1 "batter vision of her father, shut up ".
<"v i r "t ter to the United State supreme court, the action oft Governor the successful drainage, up she; saw that the chauffer' was 1
Martin on in that came pi4jc', rose' before her.
>-p u rIte court is significant. assuming office took hold of the near-' parking it in ;. side street: opposite
bankrupt project handed down to him Far be It from her to try to block
Fore at. Clewiston a successful program nearing completion through five other gov-, a gray stone buuu'ng that, she ic-c-'
errors and by one's escape from there Herhopes'were
interesting of the any
in the SiKrav'and' drainage district has brough 43,000 acres one three largest banking,- estis-ed a-s tho 'Iambs, noltrr witha .
houses in the world ) with thr aIn
; fugitive r
ur)lor -- ':-C:' cor'rcT : i" !?.as proven that drainage of this fer- the past brought a light of hope to those who for shiver the naow iron.barred windotvs .
22 years had seen the blossoms of sands nervously ci'itihlnt;; the lapro _
tHe la I :f-' easily: feasible. hope wither to
Therexshould visible
be the above the
no reason why surrounding:
weeds of
despair. le, she saw hiii let him J nif Sit.
same nciples used in the wall.
successful work of the Sugarland l
The Florida legislature sensing the : far as hi could with his hands
draira importance of the work ,
cannot be applied to the
entire May I make
Everglades. a suggestion Miss
"Pr'' voted 90 to 5 for the measure, and when matters looked 11,1. paring to ..rJ .tutu the :'lj'rJ
ably brightest
no problem of "
equal importance: has ever before the entire affair Carol? said the chauffeur, openingthe .
confnr-'ed the state. was thrown into the courts for settlement. .
door of the limousine. ,
The decision handed down by the court ,
Conceded Monday
by virtually everyone to be the richest land in I that John Martin proves'i She nodded, still fearful 'of tiust- Involuntarily; sh-. shut her rjcs It "
was justified in his
the, .... country and by many to be the richest in the world, not unceasing fisrht against some Floridans plan for, and his continuous ing her voice. I[f seemed such a terribly distance.
",tvi.g; the Nile Florida is a tribute
valley the
*" Everglades: and their dramas to his honesty) of opinion. "Perhaps it would be just as well Surely ho would be crushed when '"
a serious problem.to governors of Florida since 1901 It is this same for me to go in first and see if it he struck the pavement. At the
perserverance which will I I
wbnn Governor make him
Jennings succeeded prominent -
in impressing on the fH-): Is all right for thought she
-i crov-rnment the and active member of the United States senate if the you to sea him. shuddered In dread anticipation -

"- p overflow and swamp advisability lands known of transferring the to this state people at the June primary show. the same good judgment they:, "Oh, Frank," sho said, feeling yet, when she looked ),
From as Everglades. used in making him governor. strangely relieved, "If you would." again she saw that her fears had
'r'i who bean the the actual problem was passed on to Napoleon Brow- Tn the meanwhile the drainage of the Everglades is vir-I,'I "You'll be all right here," be said, been groundless Apparently unin

.. ',. fight for drainage, thence to AlWt t" llv assured. "Wait until I back." jured
The bonds
.4- ,"* Gllcceedetl him will be sold and a new era of pros- come the man was picking himselfup
N .,-- -," Catts Tx Hardee and Martin.and on down to Park Trammell --nfv will e"htpr the state while it is nroffressincr steadily to- I Sitting erect she watched him as from the sidewalk.

'tutrn the developing of its greatest recourse the Everglades ho strode down the street toward the (;To be continued)



:FlORIDANS nnI. CELOTEX TOWN ', 100,000 NOBLES Standard rates have been assured assured of the best possible room for
IIJ "CITY DIRECTORY"" everywhere. In 'the first class hotels the price, all nobles planning to vis.

I. AT HAND SAYS COAST WRITER PLAN TO ATTEND the minimum rate will be $5 for sin. It the convention should correspondwith

Beginning. at Pacific avenue, facing gle and $8 for double rooms. Smaller

(i-. Ventura, going south' House No. MIAMMEEnNG hotels and apartmct houses will make the hotel committee immediately. -
: Substantial Improvements ami man said h? *?U; hunting in the
1, Shultr:; 2, John Redding, Jake special room rates. In order to be
"Unlike most other booms In other brush and for aimoai; t a whole day _
Corrlher. 3, AngHn; 4, >D. M. Clifford -
Places, when ours collapsed It left did not get off tar concrete side- : 1,000,000 A Day To'
; 5, F. A. Hightower; 6, Albert
\ behind substantial improvements and I wail:! s.But. " " #" #" ##" ######" #" ##III'#####,###" '
J magic cities and all we need now is I capital appears to be coming Brown; 7, R. W. Walls; S, James Be Spent SaysEstimate ,

populace and Industries to keep them In. The bona tide developments are Brantley; 9, J. M. Sumner; 10, Bry. '"

going; all year long instead cf in the being refinanced and some are pass. ant Buxton; 11, Spauldlng.. '12, W. SEED1 1FEED

tourist season ing Into stronger financial hands, Miami Fla. ,
A. Webb., Mar. 23.-One hundred "", I., ,
"The boom with its betterment of and leaders In tbA riglou: hold that thousand ,nobles from every section ;" '' .0 ,,,. '

transportation lopped ten hours oft I after the leases. have all been writ.. BLOCK 447 of the country will attend the fifty- ., ,

,our distance to the north, and no.wl I'r ten off, things will strike a normal fourth annual imperial council meet.
Miami Is within thirty-sir hours of' gait again. Facing Ventura, going West from ing of the Shrine May 1, 2 and 3 at "

I more than 60,000,000 people What's I I The sugar tnJaslry In the Ever- Corona street to Olympia: 1, A. L. Miami, according to estimates made INSECTICIDES
Crow; 2 C. A. Langdale; 3, vacant; by Henry R, director
thc answer? glance is one: item in the renaissance 'Pridgen, gen..
The stretch between Palm Beach 0: agriculture Dur'tu' ; the last two 4, Pat., McKenzIe, Jimmy Jackson,I cra.!. I \ '. ...

and Miami was the scene of greatest I i' >ears experiments haTe heen con Louis Jacobsen, B.: Henderson; 6,1{ Railroads, for the first time In the ..VI .

exploitation during the boom. "Whc ducted at Ckwlston on the south cant; 8, Walter Smith; 9, John I history'' of Shrine conventions, nave
held the bag?" This question brings! ..hore of Lak uireechobte. Great Interest Roy Bailey; 6, J. H. Means." 7, va. allowed a 30-day stop-over privilege: .

a wido variety, of answers, tile, ,bur.!I I has .been r stirred by a report; Fletcher, Mr. Duke, Hayden Fletcher on the one and one half fare tickets. *

den of which Is that 'anybody that from the planters that at Clewiston ; 10, F. W. Mountain.. Mac. Montgomery Since stop.overs are good for any. 'S

r' got caught, with land''' at the inflated .they are getting 60 to 80 tons of cane ; 11, E. S. Maltteson, A. L.MaMeson. city have within the state, visitors, will Lake Shore Transportation;
a chance to see all sections
prices was stuck.Agricultural n acre, and Lae surcose content Is .'
I Waiving of identificationcards
development of South Higher than the best Irrigated Cuban I .
BLOCK 447 by all except the trunk line Company
Florida coupled with boom transpor. cane.
railroads has
the tour to the
tatlon facilities and skylines which, Beginning ,at Olympia, going East general pubUc.EStimating .

would not be otherwise possible are, to Corona: 24, Dan Allen; 23, Nils the average cost of Moore Haven Fla. '
.J( _
responsible for Floridans about to s transportation ,,
'to -
'Olsen. 22, C. P. and from Miami at '
see a favorable change in conditions, Celotex Town Topics j jV A. $50 per
I Butler 21, C. W. Lamphere; 20, 'person $5 000,000 will bo ,,," ,,#" ," ," ,#" ,," ,#,#####,#,#" ##,#,,,####,,,,##,#" ,#" ," .
according to Arthur Evans Palm
spent for 'Florida.
1 .9 Montgomery, A. J. Montgomery; the- pilgrimage
Beach writer who In recent article Since each
a visitor
BY'A.. L. MATTESON 19 D. Bledsoe; 18, Rose Groff; 17,1 will spend an av.
'or the Lake Worth Leader said: erage of $10,, per day '
'Harris 16 McCully's real es.: according to
M. ;
: "Throughout southern Florida, the ''Mack Montgomery and "Preacher" W. n. G. Minnier; 14,I a conservative estimate, this will
belief that Walls expert mechanics being tate office mean that '
seems general the regionis are $1,000,000 will be spent QUALITY EFFICIENCY
about to round the corner, with able to repair''' anything.We Harry Min ier; 13, Z'. Hensley. each day that the visitors remain In ,

might add that Clewiston' actually the state. I \', ,
agriculture hitched
to the pulling BLOCK 452 ,
' rope. It has survived a real' estate:i is endowed with more real Sixty temples have already made :.:+ \i".;, < ;, ', '.;:," ,(.\
boom and a hurricane: and a crop failure mechanics than any other place of Beginning at Corona, going, East: reservation and 20 other templos .. .

> and the permanent residents, I its size we know of, but of course 24, R. L., Guthrie; 23, C. C. Boyetto; are now negotiating for arcorcoda- #

displaying never a dent in their -spirit many of them are now; doing any 22, L. C. Skates; 21, C. H. Jackson; tions, according to Henry J. Smith, Clexviston

say the worst days are behind I I I kind of work necessary to carry on J 20, 0/ R. Burkett; 19,"Henry Fletcn. chairman of the hotel and housing Plumbing Company

them. Most any Floridian when in- the pieseut program, and enjoying it,I er Cleo Fletcher. IS, Paul Bussey'; committee.

terrogated as' to the future comes only waiting to be placed In their 1?[ W. A. Finch;; 16 Tom Jacobson, With an average of between 250 "

back with a line of optimism that rightful places later on. / 15, J. W. Trayler; 14.B., G. Wilson; 'and 300 delegates per temple, this Arme S. .
Also we cannot overlook the fact
goes as follows: is, Pat. Barrett. means that almost 20,000 persons:
that Clewislon has talent here too in
Is she coning back? Say ofher have contracted, for ace modaUons.
ball players boxers actors. etc. The 1' ,
we've got the sunshine and the climate : : feL This includes the uniformed bodies:
"Old Maids' Convention" is sufficient I, About ten of C. P. Rinehart's
the palm groves and the bathing proof that there is acting tal-low workers and close friends dropped ,that must be sure of a central loca Equipped to handle any job--guaranteed repair -

beaches. More people are coming .. little tion.. Thousands of other visitors will I
for a reasonable
< those Satuiday'evening at prices.
,en! here. By thevaj two of in -
in than ever. When the boom burst I lot make reservations until a short
taking part live in Celotex Town. I i farewell party. ..Dlr. Rinehart accepted Fixtures on display at Clewiston Building
it left us with roads we woudn'l l have i with a former employer time before. the convention.
a position .
been able to get otherwise in a'doz- and left Sun. Ample 'accomodations I Material_ warehouse
A check up un the improvements in New 'York City for all who j ,
en years. It left us with ten times j in Celotex Town now under way will day evening ,for there to 'assume his come are assured by Mr. Smith, who

more transportation facilities ,than be made shortly new duties. He has been employedat points out that the 15S holds and -

L'efore, 'with new steam tracks and the Southern Sugar company's the 9S6 apartments can accomodate /, .
Jiarbors and ocean ships. It left Miami A. C. Nci.-ou, supervising I architect; cane department for some time. I as many as 150,000 persons '..without CLEWISTON FLA. JAMES IV: ARMESON\ Prop.

and Palm Beach with skylines. for Marion Sims Wyeth of New Yorkat _. I I difficulty.

: 'Forget the boom Prices," is what Palm Beach, Fla., spent several I
Leola Mountain\ has returned from
i everybody counseling.. In the re. hours Saturday with Mr. McCully inspecting j
ITampa where she spent three weeks .-- -" ,- .
i .
'adjustments in the : --::- -- -' u -
region two ele- his properly at Clewiston, I I il: .. '-""' ===== -- == 1
with her sister Mrs. Lola Cason.
ments are now figured in efforts to anl looking things over i iuMr. g uCia: :. ,, ;'

appraise values; first the cost of re- I L, I"i P

i placing buildings and second, the \ and Mrs. D. Bledsoe were dinner Albert Brown of Lake Hicpochee ,:I''' S I, '..

:|75fce value, Its proximity to the ocean guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Al- has recently moved_ to our village. 11
or water front and' the main avenues lien Sunday evening. I His family will join him here within -! .

of commerce. ._ I Mr.\ and Mrs. Nils Olsen entertained I a few weeks. .? ," I j j Small Town Stuff

"Prices of building materialin MIami \ about}" twenty of their neighborsat I
are cards Saturday night. Luncheon : '
generally said
to bo about'onc.third il
'was and A dancing party was held at, the I ,I I I ,' ;
served at
what they were during the ,, ten cards were I i -- } "
home of Mr. and! MrJohn Anglia j. I I
played until '
boom, when there was a transoprto.tioii twelve. / I .,
Saturday night. There were about !,
:>n crush, embargoes and difficulty I' ,
25 people present and all enjoyedthe 1;[
in moving supplies. Some developments Mrs. Lola Cason, formerly of Tam. I Ii IiI f

in putting cottages and bunpalows pa, since the recent, death of ]hi* evening. ;! You've heard the 'phrase a thousand times and immediately 1
husband G. G. Cason has been visiting
on the market
on a basis of present are cost listing of building them her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mr. and Mrs. M. E.: Clifford have ,,;:' a mental picture is conjured, of a sleepy community ....

,materials plus site. j Mountain, and she is well impressedwith moved from No. 3 to 'No., 1 house with a few nondescript homes in the background

Those Old Boom Prices future the idea home.x of making Clewistonher made vacant when Mr. Schultz mov-, badly in need of paint-buildings on the, main street--a : ,

Building lots, of course, are a drugon ed last week to Tennessee. I i dog or two dozing in the' road and a ramshackle printing ,
the market at
present. who
bought lots at original prices still I I office with a great effort a paper with display ad ,

are hanging on, In the hope that in I vertisementswhere hogging the front page is published weekly.! ..

a year or two or three there will be QUALITY-
l nominal market. The old boom pric- WORIMANSHIPSERVICE I Many of these so-called "small towns" have larger populations .

's, when any shoestrlnger tried to ;I than Clewiston actually thinks of '
,, yet no one .
jell a visitor turpentine swamp at a CROW BROTHERSBuilding ;
the small
(tl.OOOji foot along,the Dixie as typical town., Why? ,
t-fol highway I In place of the sleepy Clewiston there : :
laugh at them now and won. Contractors community, at '

!ler now 'buyers could have hen so i I is the hum' and excitement of ,a great project under way I

pft.i\ One
pom was the cutting 'down of cil- '. Clewiston Departments I and probably the commercial history of, the country.. '
(is groves to make Fort Myers
subdivisions !
far ;
)>vay from Iowa. In most instances I l'' -Beautification is steadily going forward-fine business

.le farmers who sold' at'fancy prices I buildings and residences comparing favorably with the '
1 them getting were their land bark Many j tM2/2fi2J0J/ > 'ciJS.Wi:'1 efe .ffillQrJ! } .la f a C mmlm !fcQ.rm'.m,ear-s... )< L.nCINia' C Ci Lf J best in the suburbs of a great city-a newspaper office .
stung just
as were lit \ that with the best in South Florida. These \ "
3 investors up north who* boughtto 1 1 compares' are

; in fake enter ht} 'ises that looked I McC'ULLY I but a few of the things which have lifted Clewiston out .i,

ell in the pI.-t rp. painted by arts ( ;1! of the small town"class.. .' '

with high pj""cereal. imaginations 1ej I ,

uiy.. a, farmer: contracted to sell at i ejI@I" .. ,, As a result of radio, telephones] and good' roads, the \

fancy tlgure; hy got one-fourth I @ difference between the small town and the big'city '.
IVP then ,
had to take his
?k a feV, years later when property other | : REAL ESTATE BROKER ': II < largely consists of spirit and by this standard Clewiston ,

rnients wore defaulted. iiJ .. ,<) already stands out as. the 4Big' City"of the northern .

tome of the paid iucomi tax en I .I : Everglades. S '

,l entire: 'paper pr), :Hs, and a c':c:.' Clewiston, Fla. "
\slon of ten per cent and the> costs( I
I. '
r r oreclosuie, and af'T losing tbi> : AMERICA'S .
| of s
theiiJ"J: : and its old H 20
Acres 4
\ crops miles '
from Clewiston S S
deep black .
I' muck. .. '. ij
#.. I Irj two or I Uire! : years got it tack 1 '
i 1 I i the trees destroyed] Price 75.00 per acre. |
I; : meaning *" I? ClEWISTON
groves hid" CHAMBER OF
to be sot out These b COMMERCE 1 i..
SO Acres 1
; said to mile tom Clewiston
OHM "-ss than before the on LaBelle highway. H
u. I Price ,
;' i $150.00 per acre ,. ,
'S ,'. -
I Binder Bays and Sharks_ L / i n .' \ ,i
II i one travels the highway, weath. E1pJ u 10 Acres near Clewiston $100.00 per acre. :II:1', ;. "(This Is the third 'of a series: of educational advertisements pointing out the trans-.. I

t, porn gateways of lath and plasterin fa formation of the community from
a spectral waste into ono of the leading communities.I' ,
the sUckimil, :s from any m. All these properties drained and irrigatedi.le Ii of the state.) ,t',
'o, fouverinra: of the days of lhJr @ Ijl| i//' .' i,":

fil' boys and the t;! sharks. ,One: Mir PePr1 k Pchel PeJt Gr! i.NJ e r.Pelc l .r11QIi\1.1 1 ( l P rl IQIiSL ite f FlLI'I ,o.I _._ "' .I"i"! ..;=-==. """ __ '_ _, __.".. =_. --=;.-.o= _==0- _" __ """,?, ==, ,_ __ ".L- ._ "".." ....',,


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materials when used Relative heat-stopping values of building materials leakage occurs through the roof. .., t
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and heat. Wood.It talcei three time he WaII.Board. You would have Platter Board. It takes four .
Lining your thickness of wood lumber to to use four layers of the overage times the thickness of plaster H 4 V
equal the effectiveness! of Celo wall-board to equal the in* board
to the effectiveness
tex as insulation. sulation value of one layer of equal I ,
Celotex. of Celotex as insulation. : :"
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I allyear'round. Costs but little. as Plaster Celotex would to resist have the to passage be eight of times heat and as thick cold lating Celotex value This to layer the proportionate of Celotex is equal thicknesses in insu I I';
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shingles and roofing materials, alone, offer too little.resistance but is manufactured 'from the tough fibres of cane. .The ideal material for redecorating, repairing or remodeling.' ;;

tr : to thepassage of heat and cold. Scientific tests broad Celotex boards are stronger in walls than wood) AS INTERIOR finish, Celotex will help keep out unhealthful -

\ prove it. lumber. dampness. It marks the end r rain-stained| I Iwl

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I' .a every a new building Its golden-tan color/an xf uled'zu-rft(>> bT .

I'i' borne, new or old, right now. I These homes are winter-warm, summer-cool', quiet, dry, an attractive wall'.fimsh fcmany.roommd1e.1muse.. ..: ;h

i .I This material is Celotex, the amazing lumber that-, strong and about % more economical to heat. or you can decorate'it. n Y. raysTOth'paints,xtycs ':,

F.s s-r: stops the passage of heat ana cold. .shuts out wind and LINE YOUR attic with Celotex. Thousands more and stencils. Plasters _' r.

. I, mci2'\ire.: quiets noise. Celotex is not cut from trees, who built before Celotex was available are now making .face of Celotex, forming en xnsttlatedthan 'WaIl un 1fPP h':

to their old homes modern by lining their attics with this one of lath and'p1f\Ster.--iless; u' nd' rea

',.. J amazing lumber. from ugly lath-marks. ,

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same results as complete house insulation, you more about amazinglmnber... Afllumbertlealers: ,

II L I it gives protection where it is most needed. can supply Celotex. Alsc asknbout the $200gD81'.bGnd

The roof is the most exposed, yet the now issued on all Celotex insulated homes.

l .::" /f : thinnest and least protected part of your Meanwhile, send the muponbelowfor tha: :

r.. ., .: house. Also, because heated air rises, the Building Book. It_ tells yonhowto: useCdotesSnoKl'aiid
t" of the avoidable heat- ,
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1 POLITICAL ,ANNOUNCEMENTS Belle) has enabled me to become SOCIAL CLUB MEETS IF you want to buy a home on easy; 'I FOR SALE-10 acres near Clewl"' ;
I ll! with values In Jlendry :Mrs Harold entertained I : LOUIS O. GRAVELY
acquainted Simpson ,
1'1 t terms write p.O., Box 321, Clew- Rich black muck McCully-!Ciz.: ',v.Iston .
{ t 1 3 County. Mj experience as cashier! the ClcwJrton social club at ATTORNEY AT LAW Iston. Fla. i I.
FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT of the lawk and also as railroad its regular meeting at the Clew 1 Bank of LaBelle Building --
COU T. I agent and telegraph{ operator for lston Inn FrJday. The meeting I lABELLE: FLORIDA IF your lot In Clewlston Is for sale FOR SALE-51000 mortgage on '.:..

(i. a number of years will enable me was i.n' the form of a business PRACTICES .IN ALL COURTS give lot and blk. nnr., price. ,terms; 'acre muck farm near, Belle G';;,:
I wish to announce" tp the voters of rio .do the.( .i derica'tv'ort! ]. connected lession and two new members, and size lot, full' particulars. Write now 'due for foreclosure Will s.. 1
Hendry; county that 1 am a candidate "(ifh the' 6fflct.. Mrs. Dick C. Miller and Mrs. Tom AND FEDERAL Paul Schroeder & Co., Chamber, of for $350. McCully, Clewiston. ,..

I P for re-election to the office .of Clerk( .appals' Smith were accepted as members.The Commerce, Bldg., Miami.. '. '. .

of the Circuit Court at the, Democratic membership quota of 20 DR. P.. H.: JONES, Dentist '
1 Primary election of June 5lh, strictly adhere} to, It I will,; appreciate members is now complete. During If you want a home built in Clewis. I
vote and Influence: 'the meeting delightful refresh- ,, Moore Haven, Fla. When Clewiston Peo-ple
1928. l ;your ton ,or want to buy a home_ address
; and In- in the Primary Election. ments were served Clewis.ton News.
I will appreciate ur vote I will be in n.y office in Moore Visit Moore Have .
fluence. i I .... Very. trnl3" yours, Those present were Mesdames Haven on : the: following. dale:. ,
WILLIAM t. 'HULL I I II I 'J. JJ, DOTY W. D. Cole,. Jesse TIPP'eY. E. C. April910I112131430r WANTED I 'TO BUY' '
I : I CVc, Jesse Allhands, J. E. They make their headquarters a:
I May1234b2122232425 ,Turning lathe. shafer, drill press,
candidate' Bcardsley,. G. L. Sims', G. -COM- -
I hereby announce as a
-:26: threading machine, forge .and. anvil
Dls- l'AX'COLLE'CTOR ,nell, William Cecil Owen, CharlesA.
Cammissioner'trom '
for 'County J FOR
Must be in good mechanical l i condL
June PrL. Jackson, Harold Simpson, -
.trlct No. :3::, subject to the TO TIE ,VOTERS OF, J1EiIHtY'COU1TY Franc Howard lion and a real bargain. Address Box

mary. --------------------M B. Care Clewiston News.FAIRBANKS f
I <: K. C. Alston of Belle Glade ac- .
H. : I I. ROVER'Si
companied by ,Dr. Cv E. Creel of ------ .-
Hurd L Reeves announces for reelection ,I hereby announce myself'Guulidate a Pahckee were in Clewiston Tuesday .. i
I as Tax Assessor of the best for re-election to the visiting the Alston family I I .. and Pumps
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i "county In the state. Let us all pull l ,to- 'nfilcc of Tax Collector. I want Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sims have I: : and Water Plants
I gether for the good of all parts of you to know that! I sincerely appreciate moved from Arcade avenue. t,) Cables and Ropes
I Hendry County., the confidence :}'ou' June Ventura street. I -2 lots 6Ith. i highway- Belting and Rubber Goods

If you are satisfied with my work reposed in me in the past and Oscar Klyatt of Fort Meade wasa I corners preferred.--'Address, Box, '_ Hoists and Feed Grinder. I i and visits are always.' I

I to promise thai if re-elected you business visitor in Clcwis'l, 7, Clewiston., MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. appreciated.
VOTE FOR ME on June 5th. I
'will never hare occasion to regret Monday. He has been associated I tf.I 911 First St. Fort Myers

I wish to announce my candidacyfor same. I made jon a similar with the state road ( department l I I I ____ tf.
County Commissioner from District promise before last election and of North Carolina as instrumentman I I WE sell lots on commission for you '.

Number 5, subject to the June can honestly do so agaln.I June \ for the past two years. i in Ciewiston list them with Paul
Schroeder & Co., Chamber of Commerce ,.. .. ..._ ,_ ,
Democratic Primary, June 5th. I tried to serve you as your servant 1 V.V. Holland and Jim Taylor .r.r. :-" .':'

J. P. HULL,, to the best of my ability and of Felda were Clewiston business: :} I Bldg., Miami IlE I
I on account of my experience in visitors Saturday IF you want to rent a home or storeroom //1
I '
I wish to announce my candidacy the office I know' that I can give i in Clewistou write particulars I

for County RegIstor for Hendry jcu more efficient sen'Ice in the "TOYS" HOLD\: LIQUOR j P.: O. Box 321, ClPw5feToii., Fla. '.1! 't
County subject to ,the DemocraticJune future than I hate in the past. New York.-Twenty-nine boxes home Cash In i
I IF you want us to build you a
5th. Ihnnking3on in advance for jour. from Germany plainly in-jrkf'l t")-) I .I I
| In Clewiston for particulars write 1 1I
J. O. CLARK rI Vote and support and with best were removed from a North river i! ,
1 P. O. Box 321, Clewiston. \
(f wishes for eve ry one, I am, rum pier by special treasury agents .. r 1 1 ltt'I I
I wish announce my candidacyfor
Tax Collector to for Hendry County Your W. I'.friend ANDREWSFOR after the "toys" pink proved to' he a fi'-'l and i I I BUILDERS : < ;:. ;' 1. > : ; ; : :' ;

June subject 5th.to the Democratic Primary,I| assortment spotted snakes of in the'elephants form of 725 I I Twentyfive years experience, let ; :. / : < .1 j I IThe

gallons of' uncut rye whisky. Thousa: '- United States'Go er ment
JAMES L. TAYLOR I us' figure your job. First-class work I has: :
SALE One-half ton Ford "cutting' the .rye would have had a Cash 1'
at reasonable ''pric s. We know how zn up power laundry washing as the:
TO THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY truck, new battery, starter, engIne sales value of $152,250, the agents to build-give us a trial.. standard of sanitation and efficiency.
COUNTY tip top, tag for 192S, at estimated. The boxes had! been un. A. W. 'MILLER & BROTHERS II :,1

I hereby announce mys- il as a $CO, sec it. Baker's highway, or claimed since the Hamburg-American 645 S MIAMI AVENUE I I
candidate for Representative from writa 'F. Stengel, P. 0. Box, !liner Tburingia ailed Tuesday after I MIAMI, FLORIDA. J

Hendry County subject to the action /12, Moore Haven, Fla. unloading them. f}I -

of the' Democratic June Primal')'. I = I .;tt t
If nominated and elected I shall .
fact tha the Representative !i jsiisjsfiiyajs .f fSL.i lN.edfaleil) ( ehC.I LJ clmfriJ c1 P Pe 1 rv Pe.i eidfe PCJpf;;] .
keep in mind the r
( Glewiston Steam
v Laundry
Is. the representative o (3 i ill ;

the people and as' such 1. : 1 (
resent all sections of Hendry County !? '" : _.,'c..:" ..' 77 I ,

to the very best of my .ability. 3 : : : 'i E I QUALITY SERVICE : :

I. Your vote and support .will bo ap. | You can depend on our work Clothes left in our* charge: 1

predated I 1 ,' are always given the best of attention.i 1 .=.r'.co;; .,N.=,-";; ., .,.,.;,>"..; ,.,....., ,."" ,,'.. ".....',', =" "p' !
/, Respectfully
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to 1
r rJ LOUIS O. :GRAVELY You have '' -. ... ... .., ,
to about : : "
'\" 1M. P. | never worry getting your money's \ i .Mo;: :"""''''' :""" ;!: :-1.;;; 1

", INSTRUCTION ;' i| worth when we clean, or press your clothes. k1
l'l'1 SUPT. PUBLIC )

: -- ,..' [!I Let us. press your worries away. I' .... s .': ''-': I I AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING 1
: ,
,I I wish to announce that I I' am a [!?i ,- '....'*; ;-,-, ::' p ., :' :

Superintendent of Public Instructitn, Hen. DARCY DRY CLEANING :<'> 'I J Sa ,I II

dry County, subject to the Democratic .. I '

J Primary in June. If. elected I will [[!! Quality Service Satisfaction I_ I ; J Let us. save you money on repairing, your old
conduct the office on a business ba. [! '
sis.I [[!!!!J J..- ,' I.I. car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled, :
= i
: E. L. STALLINGS. 1i1J 'iQj 5ut! u le mmmm !mmH!mmlm I !I ll' J u.n :
Pd. workmen and our prices are based on: the l lowest ;i i

I r' FOR TACOLLECTOR___ bI f ( OO F OO N OO d, OO 1i OOOOOO t I OOOOl. possible working, conditions. I ', .

I I wish to announce that I am a f .. I'I
.. candidate for re-election NO JOB TOO LARGE NONE TOO ,SMALL) : '
to the officeof : :
Tax Collector of Hendry county. m' m Machine shop. acetelyn welding, all kinds ofautomobile

If elected I promise to carry on the m I '- I'l
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duties in the same and efficient 'man. e u. pFlr} [}[ LIPS .,PLUMBING COMPANY : wor __ ,'f

:,. ner that I have in the past. d lfJ i .. :
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I wish to announce to the voters I &;
{ of Hendry county that I will be a 1 IId'. PHILLIPS: ; PIIONK 1OT CLKWISTON' 1"l..OI IDIrn i

candidate for Representative in the \ m FORD LINCOLN FORDSON i :

Democratic Primary of June 5th. If 1 OO OOOOOO rt1 1b 7 OO a hd7 l OO a m { .,'< .!(.... <;;:,-;' ;\\Zi.fo::: "' J-"=-.H .r. 'h.1.i: : Uti ...,,!...:;;Pj.df....... i..r"-'Y. ..;
g nominated and elected I promise to
give my full time! and devoticn to 1 _. -_..::__.._ --'. :.... .- --.- -- .

. the interest of the entire lli '

SHERIFFTo III WATCH THIS i $PA E ; t r.III III'II i tii \ ] : I I .,

The Voters II'' : j
of Hendry Cuu'tyFlorida. RrcIs'rEiI; !
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I ''hereby announce myself as a for the the I j I '
candidate for Sheriff of Hendry Ilr p :,. :: announcement of ; -. I I i

county Florida, subject to the actionof I

,IIih the June Democratic Primary If I' .. .: ". II I :'
nominated I 1 !
and elected I promise to 1,1,I VOTE
do my duty as your sheriff. To I
I will appreciate your vote .andsupport 1'1 J \, \ :

: Respectfully i i iI
W. W. HOLLAND. II! "'. \ i I I I

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{I.'c u 3' aUj:;;'!jin !a jiijsclf :a .RANGE: O'NTH'E MARKET I I II !I I I
">:'I'2:; ;: ( for thoifice, of Tag: i
', ....<.".!'qr for .. Y / i
Hendry sub-
county .
\ I ,\ ,.' I I I J.U"N.TE 5th0I
rcpt: 1p the will of the voters ate I' Illill'; I I
,.' !;h 5.e II"Democratic held Juno Primary 5th! ,, 1928.Election I\JextWeek. Paper Will Give A Full [1.!.I'I'I!, ] I I i1U;:.1' T ', ,' I

H r:f'ci'd; I ;p KT;,,ii'sc; (with tho .' I I, '
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It III ;:"till'1 i t
ICI : i <"' :;:r j'Jzo the assessments of)f "
I i, :car,+,.'t IM 'accordance ntt'i the Mili Description: of this Wonderful Invention.Clewiston IIII i! I: 4 PAY YOUR .j
"1 prallrrty 1 2t9Seb! "',ed. :!
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: f ;,:IIher) 'lomiso; hat I trill .. "" ii' ;.'J i I .
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p'I'I"+ ';-A lo homestead the office !Ill IF \"/ I ,

m 1'} :' ':'nt I'uor'tlsm: : in the assess.' )- -; / {HI I I L! I 1POll i T AXES

I -pl: j of taxes for the purpose! of

''I L'1dfng: i.p:} a Political! machine .
to assist ,me in re-election., In Furniture CompanyFRANK I .

., 4her words I pledge! m}" word of
honor thai if elected in 1928: I I <
will NOT JHJ a candidate to succeed .SATURDAY I'I'f I'i

myself! In 1'JJ2.!): '
i if }1 i' thirteen years residence} ''in RICHf\1A'NN MANAGER J, I

Lalk'lle ( ten years of which I f

was cashier of the BanU of LP I -. -.. .-

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Pag* Six ." 1. ,' ( ; : ; FRIDAY, MARCH' :,';, 19'8 i':. 'I

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t their election, mar at the county and pay his filing fee as herein required I i I I.iC5"1: ..:..:..:**.:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-.:..:--:..:..:.:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,;":-:". :-:..:-:..:..:':':-- --.v.

: seat and organize by electing from I ''to, the clerk of the circuit '
rBY jl THE WAY HAVE \ among their number a chairman and court of said county, who shall received I II I NEWS OF THE WEEK ]I > :
ouch other officers as they may deem I the same :In his capacity as

necessary ,or exp 4Io t." clerk of the board of county cornnll .1 I ?. BOILED DOWN J!:

YOU HEARD THAT I In this connection it may be wellto stoners of said county, not less than i I .4O Z-N"JQ 4O .N.N.N.N.N.M.. .N. .N.f.N.N..N.....MJLKfI.. tr"J.LufhKSIM. .. .. y.y .. .. ',-'.--4O ...... -rr'v'--... '.-A'."".. ..- l -

II.ill'. state at the primary election, last, twenty days previous" to the day of LOST VET FOUND miralty R" class having .a displace.<
held on the 8th day of, June, A. D. the primary election. ment of
-- 1,065 tons-
'" 1926, :in Hendry county, only two From the last two sections quoted Kent, Ohio.-Givon up as dead A

Contrasting sharply :with the prev STEWARTS GIVE DANCE candidates qualified for county 'executive it :is readily seen tin*.*, sacs' prospective I soon after he disappeared eight WOMEN 'ATTACK C
v_u week when the life of the Saturday comimttee, and it appears that candidate for 'an office other years ago from his home at Kansas Columblana Ala.
Mr. and :Mrs. Myers on -Two middle
.. ..imunity was marked by a com- only two we reelected to.wIt: C. than a county office shall file his City, Mo., William Edward Furlong, aged
by Mr. and :Mra., I I : women: the m ther and aunt
L.I ,
.atlve lull the social pendulum night were Hubert for District No.: 4 and M. sworn statement or oath as prescribed 42, a World war. Veteran. Is believed of Miss Louiso
i/ Monteabaro
; Ling the past week swung to al. E. L. Stewart at a farewell dance. .;; Williams for District No.5 that at I il together with his filing fees, to have been found :In a veterans the law into their took I I
own hands
I Arcade avenue. li* a
!he me on
he lattw's the time said ,, with Honorable H. Clay Crawford
of primary election hospital at Great Lakes 111.
.u3t the opposite extreme and a sc. buffet, refresh-vents weri (I frenzied lunge for veneganco on thej.j.I .
Delightful I secretary of state Tallahassee
Hendry county had fire election dlsJ! Flor- ,A letter to his brother, Lawrence man they her '

,* of dance and brcgepartie3! : was served during the evening and the tricts and that election districts onel,I I: I ida, on or before. May 6th, 1928; that. Furlong of this city, purporting to In a dramatic though climax slayez. 3 !'
Chan- the
were entertained with a to trial
.10 result. guests two and three failed to nominate and I leach I prospective candidate for a I have been written by the ,missing of Police
exhibition }by Miss Evelyn j Chief H. F. Blake of Calera
leston ; county office in ,
elect member of the county eXl.cu.j Heudry county shall than, took the brother to the Great Ala. for the murder
of tho girl Mrs.
I ,
Jones. tive committee. At the time of the] file his sworn statement or oath as ',Lakes hospital_ In an effort to establish Mabel Montebaro -:>
MRS. THOMAS HONORED Those present were Mr. and Mrs 43; the girl'3 mother .
i i prImary election in 1926, Hendry prescribed, together with his filing| the. writer's identity. and
W. C. Hooker _,Mr. and Mrs: ''Ed. ; .Miss. Cecil Tubbs, 43, her
: V. Watson honored Mrs. county had exe-'f' with Honorable William T. Hull "I
Trs. T. no legally} qualified guess I have been insane:: most aunt leaped
I Beach" -simultaneously 'the
Drinkwater of West Palm clerk I' on
:. 0. Thomas with a bridge lunch- Webster entire! committee and the election of the circuit court, LaBelleFlorida of the time for I haven't known officer with a pistol and
Bethel and Mrs. hunting
Harry was held and conducted according to,1 on or before May 16th, 1023!) wII'.1' e' i was the leii- said. knife
..1'at the Watanabe hotel, 'when Myers Mr. and, Mrs. A. R. Plant, Mr. .just as the foreman of the Jury

.. .r a delightful luncheon, three ta- and Mrs., Louis A.. Morgan, Sam Cottrell : instructions..of the attorney general I I William Edward Furlong, shell Pronounced him not guilty.
which in effect was that it was not shocked, gassed and '''wounded in the Stabbed
.3 were set for play. Miss Macy Horn, Charles Jones,1 More Candidates By WomanA
necessary to have an executive com- war, disappeared in 1920. After a wild shot
..:gh score was held by Mrs. R. L. Miss Thelma Fitzhugh, Evelyn Jones, fired by Mis. Montea
'' initlee lo; render the election valid. I long search, his wife believing him baro buried Itcelf
:?)son who was warded: a aJ.-::) Mr. and Mrs. TQm Smith, Miss Bon in the wall above
Ii The writer has been Informed that File For Offices .dead. married E. A. Salli, and is livIng thE, jury boy. Miss\ Tubbs
...3 boudoir pillow while Mrs. WiL cile Stone, Casey Jones, Mr. and then;! plunged
the two above named members of at Overland. Park. Missouri. I
the knife
D. Cole as second high received1 Mrs Claude Downs, George Heinz, I into) Blake'3 n.:!ek and

jvlly crochet handbag and Mrs. Mrs Jean R. 1 ltmCl. ., Frank tt ::,h- the county Democratic executive com. I the officer foil back into the jury
' ., mittee, recently appointed three : lilts are. :now In the ring sevcril U-BOAT IN COLLISION. I ,*'r>\,. gravely wounded.
des A. Jackson as third high was mann and S. R. Connell I
; men residing lu election districts one more candidates are expected I Spectators I II
:lied panic-stricken
Dented with a bunch of hand.made ---- I for
,;ewrs. two: and three, respectively, to serveas co come out in the next few I London.The British submarine, I I tame= doors. In the turmiol' Attorney

members 'of this weeks to give. them. sufficient R-i and the destroyer I I
committee the Thmsler
,were General Charlie
:!e guest prize presented toxMis.nas : I C. McCall of Ala.
legality of which time to get their cause well be- j In collision off I I'
: was a beautiful beaded bag FACTS FOR .may be question. j j' Portland Banta, who prosecuted Blake, slump
able tore the people ,before the ,elegy::: In I I'
| announcing the of'
news the collision f-d to the'
._.nong the guests were :Mesdames nov I 1n a faint.I .
The .' slightly more than ,tvv > i the
General Statutes of that the
_.. Simpson Charles A. Jackson r
aiouths [ I I I
VOTER I Florida, 1920 Section 325 provides away. : I damage appeared to be confined t OFFICIALS
.am G. Ames, walker Stanscll, THE Detailed information, on the "I FLY WITH LINDY
D. that "It hall be'' the duty of each po- both periscopes and one periscope
Wilber Cole William C. Owen
I titical situation is c'arried weeklyn 1 -- V
.i}. Beards ey, Claude Downs, T. r I executive committee! not later than the Clewiston News and the standard of the submarine' Washington( .--Col. Charles: A: Lmdbeigh -

t/alsoa, II. O. Thomas, 'DIck C.' March 15th of each year .in which ;andidates appreciating the in-. .I The collision took. place. as the stayed on the ground just about

or and 11rs.Yhitten.. son who has not been in this slate!1 a 'general primary eltc oIl Is to beHeld crest with which the weekly submarine was at periscope depth. I I long 'enough to jump from one planes

one year previous to any general' I I I I ] to. adopt 'a resolution setting survey is followed by. the political The R-4 is one of the two R class another,' spending the rest of the

PLANTS ENTERTAIN*, election, shall oe required to pay : j forth what assessments, if any,. it rotors of the county are using submarines built under the British time showing the sights of Wash

more than:: me year's poll. taxes. Pio-L I Itirll: require of candidates, and cause the ad'/eitisinj' columns or'the' !r emergency war program. The_ outstanding ington to more than a hundred con.'

:::". and Mrs A. R. Plant enterd vide that' no rcrson who has::; :mlf I I,i a certified copy thereof to be deliv- lewiston News' to get their mesagc I feature of the 11 type is I gressmen, members of their families

..- at their home on Arcade aveI,I been'. rerideat et this slate10 1 (Bred, as, provided in this section to the constituents.A I that they are faster below water thanon I' and government officials.

J Saturday night with a dinner ;year, must fist produce a poll tajci: i j within five days thereafter. Said general survey of all candi- the surface,. unlike nearly all The( army Fokker and the navy*

)jnng Charles Jones and Miss ;receipt from the state from whloathey : 1 : certified copy shall be delivered to Jates now in the field is as follows other 'submarines in the world. The 'I Ford ship, both triple motored cabin

ma Fitzhugh. Those present'were' moved from '-cfoie: being j!'- boats were produced U-boat ''models
-- the secretary of slate, if adopted bya :- as chas : together made nearly a
:!es Jones, Miss Fitzhugh, ,Mr.Mrs. .. milled to \ote.Seventh. state' or congressional executive I] FOR REPRESENTATIVE ers and for that reason possessed an score of trips' with Lindbergh at the

Tom Smith, Miss Evelyn No person shall be permitted committee; and if adopted by .a county J. A. Hendry, L. 0. Gravely J., I abnormal] endurance. contiols, carrying the legislators

_3, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Plant. ] to vote, or shall. such vote be executive committee, to the clerics E' Beardsley. II. The" Thruster also was an amen over the capital, Arlington cemetery

..wIng:: the dinner dancing' was en-
.J. and in addition to the above to vote in the" election district in who shall receive the same in his James Taylor of Felda and Bill f a'OJl .-.. '- Several l thousand, ,persons swarmed

: -nt were Miss Macy Horn and which he or she shall have his or apacity of clErk of the board of county Andrews of LaBelle. I PUBLIC blPERINTENDKNT: 01': over the field, seeking by fair means

.... Cottrell of More Haven her permanent p acJ cf res'denco' ': commissioners: thereof. Said certified \ FOI l'AXSSESOn ,' I ;. L, Stallings INSTRUCTIONE. or foul to be included in the list pre-

I, ._ (Act of 1S95, Chapter 4328, Sec. l; copies shall be preserved by the Hurd L Reeves of Felda and / CIRCUIT COURT NOR CLERK pared by Assistant Secretary of Commerce -

Act 1921 Chapter S583 Sec. 1.) r. R' Doty of LaBelle. '
;. AND IMRS. MYERS LEAVEr '! secretary. of state, and by the, va: {William T. Hull of LaBelle. MacCrackeu.The carnival spirit -\
I "That the county registration bookfor Jvious FOR COUNTY OOJDIISSIOXEW3 of the crowd'was
boards of county commission-- JOlt SHERIFF enhanced by the
: and Mrs. Webster Myers resL each election district shall be J. P. Hull of Felda for reelet. '. arrival of five J
I ers! \v.'W'. Holland of Felda.v v''-'. bombing planes from f
of Clewiston for the past few open on each week day from 9am. law tion and H. L. Delaney of .La '' Langeley Field Va.
Section 326 of the above provides POI COUNTY JUDGE and maneuvers H
.3 left Sunday for Haines Citye to 12 m., and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.in.,, as follows: "Every candidate Belle and! W. C.' Hooker of Clew .. I I Judge W. C. Richards .of 'La of other army and navy planes.

: Mr. Myers will be connected and one night each week untilpm 9 MnprovJdPd iston. I ,
office hcr Salle
for nomination to any .' ;w
::1 the. Atlantic Coast LiEt[ raiL ; ., at some convenient place in 'for shall be required to take

'!. He has been telegraph operaor each election district in each countyof
and sign and ubscribe to ?n oath. liV JiiiMSJSfigji l r.l u' lu + ePeetf ePtPeJaJc PeidelJa ,.le c.f Plehc.lr r
? the Coast Line while in Clew- this state from the first Monday ]
r' nffnina .i! .1 IL Wiitiiig, "t which
...1. in March\ to and including the first : ;;;;:: I'2
he shall slate Pie pirsrilai: psroof 6 6 99 >
and biennially 'As Good

Monday In April m 1916, I v nich he* is a member, that h- cUd as a V

;:. and Mrs William G. Ames re thereafter during such periodfor totvote for any nominees ef: au;

2d to Clewiston after the all
Tuesday registration of persons
other party, national, state or'coon r,
;tort visit in Miami. They were who are legally qualified to register
ty at the next preceding

.. ..mpanied by their daughter Miss for the general primary election, and election,: ; the title of the office= for This waste comment of a recent couple who spent a '

:lerine Ames of New York City it shall be the duty ,of the supervIsor which he is a candidate; that he is :. ./ few weeks at The Clewiston Inn, after stopping at several ,- I'

.> will spend a few weeks here. of .registration to appoint district i
qualified voter of the state giving
: .'
registration officers of each the name of the county of his legal 'hotels on the motor trip from Chicago.teal i

:r. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart and election district authorized and .
as residence; that he ado paid: his JjJll' Because it is of the of of the
;. W. C. Hooker were in Fort My- required by the provisions of Section Is typi statements : most '.
taxes legally .due: that he qualified I
Tuesday to attend the last springing ; X23, which said district registrationL under the constitution and laws guests their comments are worthy of repetition."We "

ball of the ''PhiladelphIa cers shall registration "
game L keep the n for
of Florida to hold the office
_:atics.rs. Looks open in their 'districts renec.: be stopped at several of the better hotels on our trip
which he desires to nominated f

tively as herein required. Each dls. that he has paid the assessment le. I : here and in each, we compared the surroundings and atmosphere ,
: : E. C. Cole. driving to Fort !\Ir-: trict registration office shall post
vied against him as a candidate for : with the Inn at Clewiston."In .
:Monday on a notice in :
shopping tour had at least three public places I
said office by the appropriate executive I
;aer guests Mrs. G. L. Sims Mrs\ within his election r
district stating
: ;P Allhands .committee of the political pail '- I some of the larger cities we of course saw more. lavishly .... "...
Mrs. Jesse TIppeyMrs. 1 the place and; the building where he : '

.: Tom Smith. wIl have open' the rejrjstrationbooks. l IlY I he of has which not violated ho lb a any member of this laws that I 1 appointed: hotels,..but on arrival here we decided that II c

." the Clewiston Inn is the best and better
of the stale relating to elections or as good as than '
S. Gillentiue of Fort Myers (Revised General II I .
was Statutes Florida
of '
of which
the registration of voters most those, at we stopped. :
:ariness; \ifito: 11 t2ewitip! 1920, Section 307."i I The executive committee and In I C

1 Section 312 of the abov'?: law makesit event there is no executive committee -Ii 1 Whether you'rejust passing through or; planning 1 to !1 1II ,
1::. the ,
C. duty of the: '
Simmons II of New York : supervisor of -
regie clerk circuit ofHeudry
the of the court .
pend delightful winter make the Clewiston I Inn
;r who cpent the past few weeks tn ion of oacii county in this county shall furnish without ( a yourheadquarters :: '

decision left Sunday for his stale, to keep the registration books: ,i i charge a ,printed form of the II while in Clewiston. .. :: I

'''IGvia, West 'Palm Beach, ''He was of the, county open at his office ev- sworn statement prescribed in the )" : : :
; ,
-mpanied to the ny day Sunclajs .
east : 9
coast city above quoted section to any pro pec_ ; : '

11. H. Goddard and his son Mail o'clock am, to 12 o'clock m., and live candidate upon application there- I" .'" : .!'.; '.' .. '.f' .",'':'' ..:''. o'"r.. .....'.,.......:.,',';.j.'.......s..r.' '.I :.'." "" :'.\-1':. .;,.. ..'.'. .,;>' t,0' .. '., ...;", 'JI \'

'Jard: Goddard and ,returned who met to Mrs.Clewiston.R. H. at from between:d May 2 o'clock the 1st first each pm.:Monday election to 5 o'clock in ,April pm.n ,, '(IuBadl for candidate for nominationfor I :.; ::1\ (; :i BY:\1 { ( : : /:' :: ';'.: < : : ::' \ ;' : ,:. ; :;: YMf J't5'iJ i: \ !:; :': : ,' I

resi'strat :year, any office herein provided for j .. .. .' J' . /1' f..
;7.N. Henderson of LaBelle was a the on of electors for .the i shall be required to pay a filing feat P '. :.':.\ <{;: :J;I,} .>: ". ;::' r..I 1.:: f; ;?.' ;' i2J

: .ness visitor in general primary election. This is for I ;. i ,: .: .. ,- I : : .; ,
Clewiston.l the time of ,
the .
filing sworn: .' ,. .' '
II '. ,. .. ,
: I .. .. !. ;", .
the ,- ,,
benefit of '', .- .
I those who failed 10 statement provided for in Section j j32C. I :.' "J,:r','. -< ', .. ." 1't'; ',. .' r"; ; .. .
-- regIster : .t'0". .;. : ., ,, :: '
in xlieir election dkticttsduring I" r ,. S. I of. S. ._. <
; F. Woodward "' .
was back at his The amount of said filing fee 'p '
'" the line the books < ;;. )}{ : 2 ;: :: .. ." < .:; : / ',' i
:: in the Hendry County Abstract were OM; :n shall be required of any candidatefor 3 : <: }, S' Zt:4.

in such disincis and '.,. ,... .. . .. .
thost who ...
: be. : .
ipany Monday after being con- any office to the holder of which: [?l' .. .. 'lr '.
c me of legal ,. < ; .;;. :r -.fi '.:. ., -:
: : ; :
'-d to his hotel several wtmg age, or wJj. no salary compensation Is ,' .. ..: C '' su 1fl. .
days with or requiredlo f2.I .1.,...,. :: :: 'C( .'r. :. : ';.',..:. ..." .
shall '
have > : _!f "
,1i4 .
ll' ( "
-iach trouble.nions :; ( crl in the slate'Clll'V be paid." ,. I 4i,; .,\ :' .....,,:f;... >.J' /: "'; : \ or:., j
". recent susstt year, or the emir ty six months, )be.tvveen (Revised General Statutes } .: ,.: 0 : (".', ; ) r.;':,;,; .:
at tho Clew. of Florida ,
the date of the '>: .>'.." It..!!! fllj f.t-d jf't.., ft ;f.J .
':n Inn Mr. closing of h-1 fr ": 1 :: '
were : and Mrs. 1920 Section 328. Oto'i
Drink. registration ) ', ,. : t'.; (' i I (2.tw.: 1C:' < j ; 1 ., ', .'
'tsr of West Palm Beach ooks and the holing; I Section 329 I :) ;4" '-:. :- f:' ',-tI '.;: W', '< .
J. C. of the above law iu ;; : .; .
r .\:ncer of Tampa, Mr. and, Mrs. F. of the general ir'mary electI c. regard to candidates for office other, RI '.'. I ',"'""..'\.r'I, ..;; ," L _....., -"f,-'.. .' -, !f! .;:...,.......:J-.o.J.,......:.,_.:-..,..'t.; ..,".t.,: .(.. '. '"'r-' .' ;

( '.. Walker of Westwood N. J., Mr. The Revised General Statutes ''of : than county office, provides that @lr <". 'k":':::\ f"'- '":.' .t -;::'1<4.1")i ,:..[;r '(,-'">.

;' 1 Mrs. C. R. Compton of Miami, Florida, 1920, Section 303 provides "Each candidate for nomination for &J .t' .(..r).:::\.:.-.:.:' : .,. : ,Y'. .::'"' .' .'..:': '. i
that a, shail Ii ::: '-
primary election .
C. Nelson of West Palm Beach be held, an office to be voted for by the ; S
I' '
'. and Mrs. Charles W. Russell of on the first Tuesday after the first electors of MORE than : ; : .
one county : .
L'i .:. t Myers, G. H. Hayman of Atlan. !MondTj in Juno of every year in )J shall file his sworn statement and I } : >;" ." .. : ', : ;

: *, Mr. and Mrs. which a general election held .
F. L. Coibett of 13 leeelpt for committee assessment if ( "
:: fiat Mich. (June I 192. for the nomluvloi I --, ". 'r' 'r; -." '., /' ; I,,)., .
Mr. cf .
and Mrs. has been' levied '
Robert any !
pay fil I : J ,: : ,' -J.: : I
:, :','ewell of Claymont, Del., Mr. and cand.lales by all political *;nl"-,:"., ing fee as herein'requircd to the m :, \ < .>. : : ..:i :,''. .:. ,. ; .:.. .:<3./ <: 'N
; For Further Information '
Thy .
;':3. Joseph 1C. Davison of Philadela I. 'tevisci. Geatrol ritatufc. o. secretary of slate not less than UiirJ '.,:/I ./, i:'.l.:.. I., ,.. .:4
.1'1'lda .. I .
::: N. M. Cortley of New 's2o C, I i.gn; 3'J5' t1iauJ: York
to the ;
oth rhings' day of the i -, .: :. M. E. KYNETT
;:, Mr. and Mrs pi
B.. V. Caparell: primary election. IIi .r.-.'

: New. York City, Dr. .R. V. Alli- ''(.tlilty cM'Uitive COn niz.oe. of '3 CI Section 330 of tho same law, i i ,/. r

'.. of Belle Glad ,,member political the] county from party, who.each shall shall election consist be elected of within one for for fires regard, provides to candidates that' "Each'for county of tI;!i The Clewiston Inn ,'.. 1'1''i

:bert E. Anderson and Ira L. Ne. two years at ale nomination for an office, to bo: i \to
primary held in the voted
for wholly wltl/in
'h were business a single 'i -
visitors in West; year ID J14, and every two therpafte I I I]
i Beach Saturday. ;'. The members of said commit- and county shall file his sworn, statement I Clewiston, Florida ,
receipt for committee
assessment ;
tee shall within .f m
l thirty days,; after if any has been levied, with, I 15ft -' I IJC1'&fI2.ffiJ
'rJc,m.I1JiV:! r.f r.J?! la(eifaJ iPelc.l 1"e1u' la D1 S.[ rclimilr) i.Jla.Pcfdld tletle J ehcPe,' A1au' PelclaJ irr I
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