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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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k: : Couple Well Posted"We 1 1-Inches In ,HourOne
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ITO CANAL POINT are following_ closely events LOCAL SCHOOL and one-half Inches of rain TO BE STARTEDIN

IL'J ONTH1 a4. Clewiston through the Clewiston
.. fell Sunday In the first heavy down-
I N 6 1 GAME News" was the message written by ARE PROMOTED
pour of the spring season, ,accord
1 Mr. and Mrs.' L. O. Holdsworth of FEW WEEKS(
I W\ ing to records kept by Earl Merchant .
i Chicago who spent a few weeks
Lock ett and WhittenWalk I loca) weather man.
here the winter. '
during past Frances Tippey and El- Average high temperature for the Local Architect''
Announces '
Off With Honors -
The Chicago :couple ,Who made the
BY TOM SMITH week was 81 and average low was
:1 for Clewiston, ,Says trip by motor said that the return' mer Montgomery( Completion of -

trip was uneventful and that theyare 67.The /
I, Congressman'. .i Herbert' J. Drane Beardsley.The anxious to return for another Graduated ;. School! hottest day of the week was Plans For Five Buildings -. _
:" last. Saturday when the
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stopping in Clewlstou for a few visit to Clewiston .as soon as possi- May Be On AccreditedList mercury on Site.
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above headlines have ceasedto -crept tQ 85 and the coolest day was

:.,/, ]hours, Tuesday I be funny, friends and fello'w suf- ble. Soon. v Friday:; with. : E2.CANDIDATES. Plans] were drawn this week and ,

Congressman: morning r newed, ,
i:fevers but hope springs enternal in -----.) construction will be started within

l" Drane's Visit- old acquaintancesand ''I la ball player's breast, at least, so SIX CARLOADS With the school term for this year TO .' the next few weeks on the' $30,000

unable ',because' !maybe we'll win another one before ended last dairy planned for Clewiston by O., L. ,
j Friday, Elmer] Montgomery } "
of the shortage of time to, get a Santa Clause steals home aain. OF VEGETABLES i I ,. Jeffries, formerly or'C.bl. bus, 0., .:

crowd together contented, himself I .The time' was last. Sunday,' the and Frances Tippey were graduated ADDRESS VOTERS it was announced by G. ,W.: Gordon' ,
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scoreI from ,the, Clewiston school, and of Gordon and Heard architects and
calls on theItynts j jJ place was Canal Point and the \J ,
w making personal '
',I' I was. six to one, you know. Oh yes, HANDLED HERE 56 pupils were advanced to higher ON ISSUES HERE builders. ,
m l and as many of the town'scitizens The ,:
i the, weather was terrible. Maybe that grades. proposed dairy bothfrom, a
I as was 'ossible In his limited ( ....* "
did it. We've almost ....run out of alibis construction and, landscape viewpoint -''
Although the school at present is
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visit. '
I Mew Packing Shed does will be shQw'places
Woman's'' one of the
and are forced to grab the first Club
i A refreshing relief from the rubber considered to compare favorablywith Asks
: I of conty'
e Hendry ac ordlng'to't the
'. one we can get. Brisk! Business During ,
1 stamp type of politician, Congressman -' some of the best grade 'schools All Candidates ,. present plans which call for five
I Drano's visit was like an F I It was in nowise a fancy,.ball game First Week
) in the state,, members of the local To AppearPlans buildings immediately west of the
old friend returning. Although (h'ej (I but it was a good, one, one of the \

I personally refrained from flauntinghis fastest' the local club has ever Six cars of vegetables In additionto Parent-Teachers association are railroad' on the Fort Myers'ClewistonPalm -

j f virtues, -,H was brought out In I( played,' and they 'have 'taken some several express shipments have worl:ing' toward, 'an'even higher for a political mass meet- 'Beach highway. '
I Mr. Jeffries "
; ing tonight in the school who completed arrangements -
I passed through the shed auditoriumat
new packing
conversatio several of the con- fast, lickings, no foolin'. It was allover standard by having the Clewiston '
s I 'i of the ClewIston Packing company Clewiston, announcement of two during a recent visit to
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o gressman's acts-not page one grandstand in an hour and forty minutes' placed the state
on accredited school Clewiston returned to his formerhome ..
sInce'
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II its completion ten days ago, it new candidates for office and a spurtin
plays that rocked congress to almost before the spectators had got :* -
was' announced today by W C. Hooker list. voting in the Clewiston News in Indiana to make final; preparations ,- .
"its very foundation-not bitter and I warmed up to the spirits of the oc- I .
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I r president, who says that becauseof Those who were promoted to high straw vote put new dash {into the i for the move here.
I denunciation of issue casion.
1 1 scathing any I late cold weather in other sections er grades at the close of the school county political situation during thepast ,Entrance to the dairy from the
or scoring of opponents-but comparatively I Lee Mansfield. pitched, a great term highway will be over a wide semi- '
I business will probably' be were: week and the majority of the ,

mlnor.ncidents-back: pay I game for Canal Point, fanning twelve I'brisk till as late as June 15. PROMOTED, TO 1ST. B candidates ;are said to bu considering circular driveway flanking 150 feet
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collected for a World war veteran- men, and allowing only four hits.: The '
of
I Of the. six cars handled, three cars Dorothy Kleffer, Homer Dee Ta- plans for a whirlwind finish'to well kept lawn. 1
balking of a plan to send a disabled Cane Gang expressed regret at not turn, Florine In the of the site and 150
I were solid t tomatoes, and three were Finch.PROMOTED the political race which' will end in center
veteran thousands of miles from hisj'I getting to gaze on the slants .of Yef- I of mixed vegetable including beans TO 1ST. A less 'than five weeks 1 at the June off the road will be the milk house .

', home to an insane asylum-re- .j' ty Witt, but don't let that. fool you and tomatoes. Martha Nell Alston, ,Leatha Mae primaries. where according to the Plans a great

r I trieving of money unlawfully collected 'I a bits N The"new, 'packing house is 48 by Walls, J. B. Brantley. Opposing the present incumbent, milk' bottle 4 by S feet, made of strucco -
j frpm'au old woman. These I Ii Lockett and Whitten walked off
G4 feet and has a capacity of three PROMOTED TO 2ND. B W. C. Hooker, S. H., Davis Clewiston will be in a niche in the center

i things coupled with official, acts I I with honors for Cle'wiston. Whit cars of vegetable's'-; : ; day. ; Callie Mae Hensley,. Bernice Guthrie farmer this week announced his can- of the' building. The building will be, "

like approval of the deep channel 'k I!''dug: them out of the dirt in George "Business," said Mr. Hooker, "is Bobby' .Beardsley, Donald Burk- didacy for county commissioner from of hollow tile and stucco with a:
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from coast tp coast seem reason i ISisler! style, while Buster caught his I excellent and because of, late cold ett, .Willie V.' Hooker, Edna, Myra ,District No., '1, which is Clewiston. green tile roof. *

[ enough to send ,any man: back to ,.usual snappy game behind the plate. i iI Henderson. At the left of the property will be- ,
l. ongress. :' j I iI j in other sections -I look for the lo Mr Davis! is a native ,of Georgia and I '

;,i1 ;il. ,:;,1 1 1f I ;i, 'TI'e': Score', by' Innings I,cal_ activity: toy,continue, a \briskpnXa ,,> a' P,ROMOTEp! TO 2ND. 'A was educated in-the, schools, near ..all ofQ f t-room-'tile', ,;, tucco, 'resi, I ;+ '' ,
$...' "There'll', {_ be'a' "hot,,..--- ,time',--r.;;in c.t'the 'oldtown' '1 1I I X 1ra IJ111h1j'i SlA13 (ll1eAi.p] ,' : 7" .:;, n e I In fa/'';o o rTVT;>y.,fj -"- -., $WujjjF( 'Dior .Belle ;:SVarrem'' 'L. ,B.:. Tatnru4Gettis' ..!. "JDou,gl la-MlGs&: Came;:li '1F ,o\!ids. I'ff..PR' -= o.r.'!.th"M"t\t'}!."IlerJand'itl1l.. ... e..l.. ,.... '/'II vnll' hert'..- .......t..'."...:.-."'ti,. ..
', Connor Solick. Y7hitten singled to r 'Noble orr a n; 1 de I rr-1\etpf. :\' .; :- -
I ; ; ,to "Tomatoes are moving fast uow Cason, McKnight; W\- eight years ago ,studying opportunities 1! : ... .

tonight', ," might, be the appropriate right., ''Sansbury whiffed. Whittenwas I' with prices fair. There Is an exceptionally ie. Wilson.' at Bradenton( the east coast and the architecture of the' other buildings .': ..; ..' .

: for the ate.' safe at second on .P. Mans good quality and every indication '- SECOND TO THIRD }Fort Myers, deslding finally to settle on the site. '

didates nduncement .Jiat/: field's, 'bad throw., Whit swiped third 1 1I : points to a busy 'late 'sea- Edna Hightower, Lois Walls,. Alean in Clewiston. He.has. been farming Back of the milk house will be the ,

-: 'nightrolitical i rnndidateS' and scored when Cothern was, safe I son. Scott, Lucile, Chesnutt, Elva Alston, in this section for the past four cow barn, ,with a circular tower separating -

IP, in Hendry county I!on O'Connor's error. Buster popped : "In this' location we can ''handle a Eugene Morris, ,Jimmy Beardsley. and a half years. the ,two front compartments, ".
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have/been invited to appear before to Solick. I capacity of three carloads of 'vege' Pat McGehee, Dorothy Bethea, 'C rev- Wesley Collins Richards who Is while the barn proper will be directly -, .

'Clewiston voters to outline the Carr: rolled out, Doug to Whitten. tables .a day and we, expect to.Abe elyn, Moltz. opposing Judge W. N. Henderson foi in the center, facing the. rear of :;

planks in their platforms. The plan Gilbert was removed the same way..1 handling that much by May 5." THIRD TO FOURTH county judge was born In 1\I01\lGE\ the property. ;

r sponsored by the Clewiston W6m- i O'Connor went to second when Alston Thelina! Guthrie, Jesse Mae Hen- county, Mich. After completing' a The tower, it was explained, while

an's club' and endorsed\ by all sane" misjudged his'long fly. He stole derson, 1 Nellie Hensley, Mabel Mc- high! school course he taught school ornamental l will also be put to practical '

thinking. op e should provide food I third. P. Mansfield singled to left,'| Fort Myers Editor Knight, Leyaster Burkett, William for two years but deciding to follow' use for here the feed will be"

for thought among the voters. O'Connor scoring. Lockett nailed'I j Praises 'Clewiston Johnson, William Warren,. Lera the l Itgal profession ho (entered the stored, and by gravity released,

.. It has 'hot' yet been announced I Mansfield stealing. [ Webb Frances Taylor. literary department of Valparaiso() through chutes to a conveyor on the

whether the women' will ask ques* Second Inning-Alston carved FOURTH TO FIFTH university to prepare to enter the ground floor which will distributethe
"It
1 I Is almost impossible to associate
tions of the candidates but there is I three nicks in the atmosphere. Ed- Sarah Bussey Mildred, Brantley, law school at Ann Arbor. feed to the various stanchions.This .
the Clewiston of with '
'no good reason why they should not. wards was out, Solick to O'Connor, I I "today Hclet, Walls Velda Jackson, Louise Called from his studies by the building will also be of hol-

;! There are certain matters of Importance I O'Connor: took Drigger's slow roller. !!the Clewiston, of "three years ago, Bussey. \j death of his father he gave; up hopeof 100v tile, and concrete constructionand
when II last it.
those present would like to I Whit retired ,Thomas on, an easy saw FIFTH TO SIXTH becoming a lawyer but later re- its red tile roof'w111 contrast .

; have thoroughly' explained, and hopper. H. Larramore singled. So'I This was the statement, made by Maxine Kleffer, Elizabeth, Ches- I'turninng to school work he taught sharply with the green tiled roof of }

\viding they ask all candidates ro-I,did his brother; D. Lanamore. Also 'Fort Dudley Geddes, city editor of the nutt, Georgia. Kleffer; Lois Webb, for 20 years" in the public 'schools of the milk house directly in front of

,the same office the same questions, Mr. Rolick. The whole Larramore Myers Press who with Miss Vinson Henderson, Eva Laura Bethea southeastern Michigan.He it.

'the results should be enlightening.. family scored, Solick stopping at second Mary Newton and William G. Colvin, J. P. Kruse, Halsom' Avant, and came .to Florida in 1911 and At the extreme right of the site
: singled Solick'be- i j(i theatrical producer of Fort Myers
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Tho meeting tonight, properly conducted Mansfield E. B. Bethea. taught school<; for 13 years, six_ yearsas will be a flye-room\ Spanish cottage

I l should result in a more In- ing caught at'third, Lockett to Doug j(I I spent, Sunday here. SIXTH I TO SEVENTH: : I principal of the Fort Denaud for the assistant manager, and at :
1 lash Carr went down, Sims to Whi-: "When I was here three years ago, the
1 Intelligent"1 vote, at the polls on Juno Walter Alston and Mae Lilly school., He was justice of the peace the extreme' left, and beyond cow
ten. I I the only thing I remember having I
I 5. 'I'; : Stone. "' \ for 'four years and served out the barns will be a one-story building

I 'f 1 Third Inning-Doug rolled to 0'-j I seen was a ramshackle hotel on the l SEVENTH TO EIGHTH unexpired term of County Judge Bek- for tools and other implements.Mr. .

I ; : Members of the Clewiston Parent- f i['Connor. Sims fanned as did 1\1r'j I ridge, and although I knew that 'many Vesta Allen I ; Evelyn Plant, Roberta emeyer. l. Jeffries completed arrange- I
1.Teachers association, determined Whitten. I had been made In the
to improvements weeks for the es
; I ; George, Harvey Guthrie. TJnablo to make a thorough canvassof ments several ago
I (, have the Clewiston I ,Gilbert skied to Alston. O'Connor meanwhile, i was not prepared for : the county because of his decisionto tablishing of a dairy here and ac-

P;T. A. Want s hool'ranlt ornI singled to center. P. Mansfield hoist- such progress announced at
to his
I give his time, first to his duties. cording, plans
Many Books-cially with the best ed 10 Sansbury. Thomas was out, "The type of home ,being erected'I that time he plans to ship to Clew-
I I' Congressman! >i Drane as tax assessor, Hurd L. Reeves, tax
In the state are Lockett to Whitten. t I here smacks of real, permanency, and i iIs 1 iston 22 head of Guernsey cows, of
I assessor and candidate for: reelectionis
now .seeking to build up ,the I Fourth Inning-Sansbury was safe the entire community seems sound Visitor Here making his race through advertising which 15 are Guernsey milk; cows, (

school library with prescribed books, I on Solick's error. Cothern flied to and solid and far from any' tenden- i and seven yearling heifers.On .
I I ;t the voters with facts
acquainting
ther/ejxiIig! the local school Please turn to page 5 cies of mushroom growth." Congressman Herbert J. Drane I,of ,his past record. I his former visit ,'h 'qt.he Ohio.

plat state accredited list Lakeland, spent Tuesday morning in IW-/M) 5))
Continued
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of schools. To accomplish this withas THREE STORES WITH APARTMENTS Clewiston, renewing acquaintanceshere.

little expense as possible they HAVE :
P.T. A SEEK TO LOCAL
I have asked that readers of the, Clew- His campaign bringing him to this '
ABOVE TO BE BUILT IN CIVIC CENTER 0
,, iston News cooperate in the move section, the congressman had plannedto I I

by sending in to the association any address Clewiston voters but official SCHOOL 'ON ACCREDITED LIST .

of the books they might have .on The first unit of a group of buildings spect.. I demands on his time shortened ,
hand. to be built in civic center'on The ground floor will consist of -
his visit here and although ho '
The plan of the' Parent-Teacher association the corner of the' State highway and three store buildings with plate glass Visited most of the merchants and Although; the organization was asked to 'carry them or mall them to '

Bond street'has been approved by windows. The second floor will have the Parent-Teachers association,
is unquestionably worthy many of the residents he. was unable formed but a few weeks ago, mem- i
of the support of all who wish to Mrs. W. A. Hopkins of St. Louis, Mo., three apartments with a living room to make an address.Congressman Parent-Teachers association through either h Mrs. Tippey, or the q
the owner. Permits for the building approximately 16 by 18, feet a bcr bers of the I
see CJawiston progress educationally) Drane Is in favor of Clewiston News.
have already been Issued accordingto room 16 1-2 feet by 14 feet bath and of the Clewiston school an-
I this assured to
although: progress is deep water transportation facilitieson The Parent-Teachers association t,
Captain Dean Duff in charge of a modernly equipped kitchen. Ample nounced yesterday the
plans through
Ian extent by virtue of the calibre Lake Okeechobee through Clew ,
construction 'In Clewiston. closet space is also a feature of the is a real:; credit to our city and Us
of membership of the P rent- j I iston from coast to coast and he was committee chairman, Mrs., Jesse Tip-
and members to be congratulated -
; Major Clark J. Lawrence of Palm apartments. officers are
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.Teachb association. Organized Beach Is tho architect, and E. Pearson After this unit is completed, the instrumental in having the Rivers pey to have the local school placedon on the work accomplishedIn
:than a. month, the women are tac-
visit
harbors committee of
: and Son of, Clewiston are the I owner expects to begin the construc- congress the accredited list. such a short time.SERMON ,
kling the problems as they arise in
here last 'winter.
contractors., Work will, begin imme- tion of the other two units whlcl- I Certain library requirements arenecessary '

I ',:methodical manner. The first and diately and It is hoped that the,.will be similar to the above. Well known for his policy of "per- to have the school accredited TOPICS
'most'
portant problem is having
< sonal touch" the met '
f11 \ building will be ready for occupancy I j Captain Duff who is In charge of congremmsan and the women have compileda The subject for Dr W. T. Bailey's
j :' tllei' school put on the accred- several friends whom he had ,be-
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by the middle of
July.
the in
construction Of buildings
and have Sunday morning sermon at the Community -
desired
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1itC 3 Other important matters list of tho books
The building when completed will I Clewiston is much enthused ove' friended in various wars'at Washing
bill Tery assist church will be "Two Kindsof
News to .
come up lat and success in asked the Clewiston
rl, ton.
be very attractive being built of imitation Mrs 'Hopkin's program and is ex- : '
their first major undertaking wilt/en stones ;and stucco. Steel sash I tending efforthaving'' this The outlook for his reelection is them in completing the library.. The Hope. '
f every /
tho women to tackle other list will be published in next week'sissue Tho evening service will be at S
courage: will be used throughout, oxcept In type .of building constructed in decidedly good, members 'of his party I
I \ as of late, and Dr. Bailey will
I big problemthat will come up'for p.m.
the stores which will have large I Clewiston. "Wo assure 6very prop said and ,they believe that the
I solution. Hence the wisdom of en-' send A complete list, of, the works talk on "Four Lepers and a Famish-
plate glass fronts. Red oak will be I,arty owner that we shall maintainthe voters at the June primary will ,

. ;, couraglng them t'and cooperating used J 1", the floors of the apartments I highest type of' ,building in Clew- him back to congress by an over sought will be printed next w ek.and I ing City." A cordial invitation is extended

with tliem to the fullest is obvious. wM"'' be modern In every ro- :Iston," was Captain> Duff's statement. whelming vote. those having any of those named are to' all.II .
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Clewiston News Accidental Accomplice ;CABBAGES AND KINGS 'S

Successor, to The Clewiston ,Progress .
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LOUIS A. MORGAN r .- BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON j. ,

__ .Publisher and. .Manager. ... ': ''",. .- .r-. ...':-.." Copyright" '. 1928 Doubeday 'loran & vising, him, to ,enter a plea) of .guilty .- "
.,' The, Lumberman's Journal f J js responsible, for this oike
and throw himself on the mercy of .. : '
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TOM SMITH, EditorSubecripilon ,:.. ,. ..:. .... ._ Company. I AI A \ If
employee being
negro was question 'n
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the court. : investigation after-
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-" .- \ w' i ? Her. epithet.' seemed to touch" the, : \ .
WHAT HAS'GONE ON BEFORE Was the man the train?! ;
financier on 'the quick. For ,moment on tu i tr
Florida
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mail outside 0[, Florida' By mail 4 : ,"
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By ? -(>1 I r -' -' \ ( Yes >
; ;' $2.00..tSix lIe sat. Is astounded at her daring his su h. .. 7
5250 One year Carol Dare New York society debutante "(

One months year 1-50 Six ,months 1,00. about to become engaged, to face_ 'working' with' rage'. jpdtthen I' "Where.did.yo I see.him?."..... .._... I' 'll'
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out of his chair and stood before
sprang
1-25 Three' months ,... .76 "Bout.) ,thirty cahsvback., f urn de engine:",' ,, + '
Three months. Beverly! Weeks scion of ,a wealthy her ;'pondiaijhis\ .desk with: a ., t v '1."-,
'I ) 1 5. "W ere were you?" ,, f"' .. '
Application f for ntxy as ''secomd< "clnaa la ..pending.I __ ._ family consults ,nn., O..rJO'1t I,.to learn madman'st.t.:wrath "r: .5 ,' ir ti' :r. ,v < *,< ,:,: l' 'J 51. 1-*,T.j*<:r-, 'i iff' .,,?/-'":, 'n:; ,

whether .she ,_"vylll1bew( ,happy. crl) ,4 "A coward, am I?" he screamed "On,.de. J, l back end. II of f;. I.de',tender.. of de engine..",., ,. i 1S'ti

I NEW8"I..LATFeftM,. -- She Istold. to "Wait"' and'on. the,. wrathtullyv "l'\\ gjiow .you. ,just how "Whattime, : ofnight'was, it?" ,, i "
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':: .' with water transportation..: \s 1. r i' r t (.1 J '
1. Definite( 'control of Iafie Oke AtlMJe : WPV'' home, '-' is. ".save'from iJ< ,*being,f struck much,,of, reward, i p m. ;I'll, tell Tou "Bo l l C ben o'ciocV;." ', 3. ",' .'
: Ioaal'transPertatloa andcoacentrail :y ) ;< <" f ? v '
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%. Eariy",,"'. rupletfoii; '!'. '. .'o...! the. highvraYs'for: '. ,by >an i i automobile. < :' -by :one' Alan. sfmabout right here, .arid .norw:;.''.that It :was "I "Do:, I you mean to tell" me that 'you; saw tha man thirty 'lengths- ,

,*!. fat. .. products.. ; ? ", I._,.,' .. < .... whom she finds 'herself think who did JL. J, ,:.Prospor /:', sign ; away
'downwardfrevtsi.. : freight! rates os YecrtaMea> am* ft night" 5- ; ;-5 *, ___
3.. A 'snbrta-aUal : m f .. ing'on; the nlg'ht' of her engagement : :.' .1"j ,.3

ofrer' products or thin resloa to. .the ..rlera! .markets. ; !:.. .. dinner.:! ., ,-; : "Yes suh., ", j, .. ,.. .. v ? ,, r. .
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4.fTh: ''full" rnnctlorW' i >) of. a -ee.rati> J.' arke,.'<,i..;''"7 g aneociatiri' fr Her father's M 'f''l"absence at,, the .eworrles dinner, in jail. .I .doctored, those papers> with How- ...far' do,' I'you. tliin ,P"you see- at night, 1., I .. "

bot!b.' b visg 'and>'s'.lllm8' *pttrpo.s ",Carol. and .ehe learns( : the ,following my own hands." 'j. Bout a million miles ::1 reckon. :How fah is it to de moon?" .

--..-_....' :. ", .. : ,:.morning, that .. he.'.. ( Js! In. the: I "I knew ,Itt,' )Jrea :bAd Carol, het, L v 1 0 V

-\-- ...-., .' .-... .. .) Tombs on' an embezzlement' cha'ge. ,hopes kindling anew, .at./this unexpected With the arrival I_..of 8'e books business is pictiag- up at the local.library '

... ", When 5; : I she 31'.goes? .t t I ""there>. t,.*- see. (nim, she'* 1 corroboratlot of.her ,father's in the Administration,building.

ELIMINATEr/ .' t Is Instrumental in helping, ,a prisoner, Y story. .

State political t talk ?is now,; centered, ,) on' the incident when Sidney J. to escape and in gratitude tells Strong, had -lost all control of him- The Trii 1 celebration:, was .a creditable success, and Cl. wl ton will have-=
-" Rev. John her to get Sam Shreyer a crlm'lnallawyer eelC now. He. was llke. a .wild beast J
Catts. candidate for governor threatened with physical vojlencc. > its day when the Palm Beach-Clewiston-Fort ,Myers road isi completed.
er' and wounded veteiap"ot World. \ ar. to handle her, father's: case, I pacing up and down lts, ,cage.. As. he '. -- -
Page Jones,: a Baptist a ', t _S.---:---:'"' > ,
In the le'ad'of the miitorial we_ were. ,about to' brand this" an unfortunate' Car'ol, ..(' ..decjding i that, -her- ,father. is. 1 kept, shouting"derfantly. I .at. her, \ France has erected statue. lo. .the. originator of Camembert cheese. Up

incident:. but''p ossibl y it, is, rather_ a fortunate :brie .since i i it will: or ,at, :I least the; victim:, .of Prosper;: Strong, .an unscrupulous pounding his! desk_ to_ .emphasize? :his to America now to honor the inventor, of the hot dog.-Miami News.
theirsupport. business rival to see :words: his bull-like voice carried every .
should the eyes of the voters to the calibre of the manolicitin. $ i i > : t *n goes. ;. .
open(: Strong.. In the meanwhile, Rev. Trlggs word of his confession Into thero'o -
carnival I outfit that tried settle here '
," That 7 to couldn't have been urged
the minister" had been 180 pounds of pastor' of St. Esthers' Is 'waiting in ,an beyond: to. the scandalized '
We. cannot, help but wonder if on with greater speed: by ,the New York polIce' department. ..
brawn instead of the 130 pound wounded veteran, whether the gubernatorial adjpinlng) room of the financier's of clergyman and the astounded bur A .sub headline in the Miami Daily News .'says "World Notables

candidate' would? have, been. .so eager to ,resort to an attempted,, demonstration fice. Benny ,Bergman. ., trje) escaped glar. ., / Lured Here for Winter Sink $7,645,000 Total In Homes." Now if, that

of physical prowess. : prisoner ,.olio dodges? 1..!into .the {room: "You father dared to oppose m}' were in Clewiston the $7,645,000 total woald be invested and not sunk.

The Tampa Times covers the subject very fully in the following editorialNot' to avoid ,a pursuing, detective and together plans) to flout' me, Prosper Strong. ? r 1
theyy Heap Carol tell! Strong Just because he. happened to be
; .* :: But from the editorial page of the same paper came what ,we considerone
many of us a're unwilling to, pay' attention to what American Legionnaires that 'her.fathers; signature was forged president of a bank'' 'he tried to of the\'most. clever paragraph of the week. This is it: -

say.. Something has, been said .by the Eugene Bryant. Post N42! to the Incriminating documents. block .-what I proposed to do -, he China is America's best cigarette customer which might ,be interpretedto

American Legion of .Clermont touching the most- ,unfortunate occurrence between -' NOW,' GO," ,ON WITH_ THE t STORYi"But ... dared ,to match his puny strength mean that many Chinese are satisfied, few of them cough and thousands

Sidney J. Catts candidate for governor -of Florida l and 'Rev'John', ,:. against: mine, and by God, he'll ,suffer 'are singers. -

Page Jones, an active',Baptist minister' and a wounded veteran of the World It..Is't\ true," '.the. girl'. dried! excitedly. for It,.,He'll go to jail for as longas

wary What, that post said concerning ,that, episode. follows, : Her voice rose so that every I can j send him I did it. Of The college professor who could not bear to hear, English improperly'

Whereas in the course of a public' address In the- city of Cleveland word 'was carried' to ir.the: i hidden auditors course I ,did ,It. used was caught kissing the maid in the kitchen, by, his wife who openedthe
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on the evening of April 2, 1 1928, Rev John, Page'J n -, chaplain of this in' the other room. "It's you "I admit his signature Is forged. door and shouted, "John! I'm surprised !" '
church of this city questioned Sidney J.: who are the criminal, not father.Do What are you' going to do about it? "
post and pastor of Grace Baptist my I "My dear, myi dear, said the ,professor, "you'r wrong again. The-
Catts upon certain statements and you mean to say that you the You can't prove it.You have no wit- fact is that you're astonished and I'm surprised." .

1 Whereas in response to said question the said Sidney J. Catts in a guilty man, are going to ,stand by nesses. Go on ''the stand If'.they'll' let '

the threatening an attack on the said and do nothing, say nothing-that you. Tell them I did it. Tell themI Times-Union
fit of anger leaped from platform From P. H. A. in the comes the following poem:
Page Jones whose weight is 1 130 pounds and who was disabled in you are going to let them send my confessed to you that I did it. No
John A culex went on a raid and varitus things did tackle. .
oversea service in the World war and is now disabled, and will: continueto I rather to prison for something "you one will believe, you. What do you, r
mere It stung a boy and then a, maid and made a rooster cackle.It .
I a child, know about finance?
be so die remained of his life and did-that you aren't even going to
Whereas} when the "said Catts was ordered back 'to his platform by "I try to save him?" I They 'will only laugh at you. 'Nobody settled on a scoffer's cheek and labored with a. will;

public officers under threat of arrest, the Catts yelled out to the wounded Into Prosper Strong's face now had will pay the slightest, attention to At first the culex bent its beak and then it broke its drill.It .

\\eteran "If you will meet me on the road to Orlando I will beat hell outof surged all the selfishness, the greed, you."I then ascended to his skull and settled in his hair e ,
It the evil,. that dominated his life., did it, I tell you: but your father -
you. I Although the _drill was short and, dull It penetrated there. "-.
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Therefore be it resolved that Eugene Bryant Post No. 42 American There was rage, too, rage that this Is going to rot in prison for it. ? '
vigor then it worked its take in from there ...
With
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Legion does hereby condemn such cowardly threat and: attempted attackas slip of a girl should have dared to I have four witnesses to proved your 1:. "pump gore
I father guilty. I know what will But failed to raise..its' wonted lump and sucked in only air.
they
unbecoming any man aspiring to public office and as. proof. of his un- beard him In his den, dared to question -
.-fkness: -.for any public trust. his authority, dared to defy-him.: swearto.. I. own them body and soul. Inflated 'thus" up"toward the sky, sad and sickly"thing _"" '-- -

And be it further resolved that the post. adjutant be instructed to ,"Miss Dare," h'e said, and his '! Tell )FO'UI' tale if you want to. It will It floated yearning then .to die and hear the angels sing. r

furnish' a copy of this resolution to the American Legion Posts and newspapers i.breather peril .for her, "there. toneg'l I be four against one-now "what\ are The culex ever since refrains lest it no longer hum
of the ucc in this. Your: father knows you going to do about it?
state. i me.
From seeking common sense or brains where is but vacuum, ...
(Signed) A. L. IZLAR Post Commander. I He J Knows the terms on which I will Jamming, on his hat ,as he boomedout "

(Signed) LEONARD S. FIELDS, Adjutant. !' come to, his aid. He knew them before the last words-' in triumph I ."Things have certainly changed here since I was here three yea't'

Eugene Bryant Post No. 42 American Legion, Clermont, Fla. he, was arrested I made my Strong rushed'trom the room, and ago.' when the only thing here was a ramshackle hotel' on the ridge" 11.

Th rare many reasons why the' people of Florida should not HARM piopositlon. He did/not corns to ac- Carol, left alone there in the wreck- was the statement made by Dudley Gsddes, Fort' Myers newspaper man.

Sidney Jt jalts 'as governor of- their state. Perhaps the chief one of these cept it. Now he must take the .con ago of her hopes,. sank into' the chair The truth of the matter is that three months make, a big difference Clewt -
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Greveland and there he had left and laying her head on t
Catts himself. What ,sequences.
is-Sidney J. happened at resolutions iston. *' ..,
of the Eugen Bryant Post of the American Legion: furnish another "You know, why,he would not accept his desk, burst into despairing tears. < '

of them-another revelation of the man Catts- your proposition," cried the Dr. Triggs, perturbed beyond meas- i
And to bear out this statement, we can remember some of the thing
No!) doubt there will be those in Florida who persist in voting for Sidney ; girl with spirit. DIy father is hon ure at the unbelievable scene he had, which were not here "three months ago-half a dozen new homes, the ren-

J. Catts for governor despite his, record and regardless of the Croye- est. He never did a ,crooked nor a witnessed, yet, not wishing .to be ovation of the Davis block on Francisco-Frank Richmann's new furni-

land incident, though the Times does not see how they can. It is difficultto criminal thing in i ;all his life, ,He told found by the financier comforting ture store-the new sugar mill-and just started, the Clewiston News.
think of one who can cast such a vote and look an American who had : me what it was that you wanted aim Carol, and not seeing how ke could

part in the World war especiall an American who' was wounded i in the to do.It would' have' been wrong, utterly well avoid speaking vith her if he Philo F. Falb, Colorado newspaper man who visited Clewiston a' few

progress of that war, in the face after doing so- in view of these resolutions wrong. That's why he didn'tdo passed ,through the main office and .weeks ago is now editor of the Highland County ''News at Sebring. He
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went out as he had come in, gratefully
-exceedingly difficult. it. You'd have !made a criminal is getting out a paper that is a creditto the community and we wish him
From the news colums versions of it and from the resolutions ef the out of him and then, you'd have had ,remembered the ,door opening! all kinds of success in his new undertaking. Fresh from the wintry blasts

.. Eugene Bryant ,Post herein incorporated, the demeanor of f, ,Sidney J. Catts him in your power forever." into the outer corridor, I and softly) 'lof Colorado, Mr.! Falb ,is enthusiastic: over Florida possibilities anc his
at Groveland is enough to keep anybody and everybody from voting for "He's in my power ,now," sneered made his exit that, .:way, the mission. enthusiasm is evident in his

him. And it Is only one of the many things to his discredit which have been Strong. on which he had come entirely for- paper.

done by ,Sidney J. Catts. "On, no, ,he I isn't," Dr.. Trlggs: and gotten., An easy, dose of pleasant philosophy is contained in a recent paragraph

Surely the people of Florida will not name this man their governor! the burglar heard the, ,girl cry ex Benny. Bergman, lingering for a from the Chipley Banner which says:

i ultantly., "A man with a' clean soul sympathetic glance at the weeping Most of us are getting, more fun out of our work that we realize.
KEEP YOUR HEAD isn't anybody's. power, even if girl, became suddenly aware that his !
Looking back, how amusing were those between twenty and
Before last Friday noon there may have been, 1.00' or even 1 1,000 people he Is in jail. But you can't, keep my own future would be seriously Imperiled :, twenty-five or between twenty-five and thirty. What years jokes we played; what
who had ever heard of Greenly Island. By last Saturday father in prison. You shan't. I'll denounce if he should be caught,there_ ,
parties we had. Tha days which seemed hard now enrich our memories. I
afternoon practically everybody in the civilized world knew about Greenly you in court. I'll tell the real and quickly followed the clergyman, This year's-this decade's struggle will seem equally sweet and event

Island with its teeming population of 14 souls-17 after the Bremen story abouU that contract. I'll find his mind busily turning over all sortsof ful when time has healed a few of the scars.
landed there.It wild schemes for profiting by what
tome; tray of getting the truth kn'own.r .
What we hope to is that without effort to obstacles
suggest
overcome
,was not much different wjth Lindbergh. One day he dropped into will tell that he had heard, and for helping the
.. everybody, it. Was; you 'without a fight to master our circumstances, we are scarcely livingat
New York ,casually from out west somewhere. A few hours afterward he who did-you, Prosper Strong.'' girl who had helped him.
all. The harder and live the
vividly
more happiness
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said he might, as well start. Another few hours and stopped and every- Unused to being, defied, least of As the clergyman emerged into eut of life. The best hours are those that involve making a living.
body In reach of telegraph or radio went crazy over him. 21 l I'! ly i ro-.Mi, unaccustomed. to the corridor outside he felt a timed

I Gncny'l' :J; but!; of rock and situated among the ice floes, will hearing till trat.i i'rut himhe: ., twitch- at his sleeve. It was Benny

easily croh L Ff' "l t r">>?:d. Lindbergh, though built of flesh and blood, financier fast was losing "all spH-l l1er man. y>1

kept ,his !head-"..; most remarkable example of hcadkeeping, his age con control. Unaware that two, ,witnesses "You'll back up .the ,girl; "",on't' "CAT F L4t
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sidered back of the door behind him were you? the burglar whispered, ; :'You,,
in all history. Be busy, everybody greaand small, getting y urhead
anchored to the 'earth.. There's no knowing which' of you,' m. this listening to everything'he said, ie I heard what old Strong said, didn't7iou
You him'confess "
ebullient world, will next be struck by the lightning of brain-spinning fame. cast his habitual caution to the .: ? hear ?
-Miami News. winds. His rage burst all bounds as "My dear fellow," spluttered the

,. (. clergyman, Houcommittally, Dr.. ,
.' wis eyes that: flashed rage and resentment P il
i TrIggs disconcerted than
,! was more
he burst out:
.. "Miss Dare, do what he ever remembered having, been in ql k r JQ .yam t ,
Tuberculosis: in cattle in Florida is almost_ unknown, according to reports you may you w t
I his i ] seemed in- ,
life. The whole
of ,the State Live Stock Sanitary Board made to the Industrial Surrey. dam please. You'll gain nothing by scene 1 M.AM 1 ffl '1 M rrr
The that it, I tell "OU.tfhe judge before whomyour ciedibl. Why, Prosper Strong was a
'repcrtdqs tuberculosis has ,never been discovered in what wouldbe )
vestryman, far more than that, = J ,.
his yes T r- ? v.Now w
termed father will be tried
"strictly range cattle"and that dairy and milk cows, annually owes
tested' have been almost entirely free of disease. appointment to me. He's my judge. he was ole of the leaders of the f

This condition of freedom from The whom father has whole: church organization. It could
tuberculosis is unquestionably l doe to lawyer your
the splendid climate, sunshine and the' fact that the cattle are out of doors employed to defend him gets ten not be true that he had done these Th-
"" shameful things. Ho must have been
most of the time. time the fees from me each year

The disease is more prevalent among work oxen than in any otherclass that he will get from your father. jesting when he told ,the girl that & [VR61A.DE'SF
I of cattle. He's my lawyer. lie was eullty. Perhaps. was 'to d
make her feel better, about her fa
A comparatively new manufacturing, plant In Florida which is regarded "The)'" will not let you testify. You IJILDING the Ta-Miami Trail. through
asjricuc; has been i!ii operation at Jacksonville about six months, ".now nothing to testify to. No one ther. That was probably his reason. ; the Everglades was a big job. Power

according to information furnished to the Industrial Survey The plant rep- Tronic l boliovu you no, matte what Mr. Strong was charitable man, avery Lowered Prices was needed to do the work, so "Ca t-e.rp'illA'r" i

reents an .i investment: of about .$40,000 and is said to be doing a thriving you : sjr. TSou'd ,]be damned lucky HI charitable man.., On tfif Emirs Line' Tractors served. Bigjobs always oaH'for :n
business printing only tickets and similar matter. you were not prosecuted for perjuryand "You will back the girl up?" Benny tractor You Can nary now own user the Is a "ea terp ill are" A 't Glades Special l Caterpillar fj-_r"
I" shIpped to Jacksonville in persisted. ooOltJ"r: what you ]] Tractor" has been
c PapYiI large mill rolls from Sheldon sent te jail yourself" an ordinary designed for big
is converted into the finished product and reshipped 1 to various "Oh, you coward, you miserable "Surely," stammersd Dr. Triggs for our tractor.New Price Write Lilt jobs, in the Everglades. Find out for yourself '.
marl:ets. Jacksonville is I miserably. cannot expect how of these "Caterpillars"
well "Surely
located one
on account of its water transporhaye coward," cried Carol, stung to desperation you and F lder TODAY. will pay
found, said' Grosvenor Daw e. seer at ary' of the Industrial Survey by his taunts and by the me to repeat a.. private conversation for itself and ,make an extra profit for you.
tation advantages, it is aid, accidentally overheard?"

"The ?thriving condition of many unique and unusual industries we hopelessness That what of Mr her Strong father's had plight.said "...." hell," said Benny disgusted MCON[ B. & &L6FAAN '

have found, said( Grosvenor Dawe, secretary of the Industrial 1 Survey, concerning the judge and the lawyer, ly, but ho could not wait to argueit i

proves. that a mu 1 aide 0 f.industries will do well if those who 1 start them 'as true, she had no reason to out- He had just caught sight of _JACKSt 1? for Florida MIAlUI f

m Honda know i fcVhat I t h'. ngVe have found that those who doubt, and her heart sank within her :Pet ctlTe McGee still loitering In 'Wbl \ ton A". w&iTlY. CIctvigtoti; Ploridds
Knew their busmt'' 6 before thaj. 7" 'cd, are d"';ng well" I the corridor 4 '
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SaturdJ }Woodward- en- Among recent guests at the Clew V--..

,at f :I IJ\ Bridge club Iston Inn were V'l.R." .:-Hay of Daytoha :- 2 j. I. r."

per Mjscore ; Watanabe, Beach, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ,: [I'
Speer of Sebring, W. R. Edward. / '..' -
Jlowing sup'4'illia ...
*and daughter of Chicago, Mr. and ?4J /Y .> /j.' r ,

"n. held high i\!Mrs. D. B. Garet of Tampa, T. A. 7 ., '+ ,.:i 4 r } C e.f-.. ;? f'
A moil r. 1t p5' 1R;'
second and Nadel of Clewiston, L. O. Gravely of:

and Mh litd. LaBelle, Mrs. E. M. Wilson of St. ( -\ L
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WJ D. D. of Birming s td 3. ".
It were DIr.SIhnson 'Paul, Mrs. J. Dabney + K' s r '\ '
Ifr. ham, Ala., N. N. Clarke of Estill,,
and Mrs. '"
ler t .MiBOn S. C., J. E. Freemen of West Palm
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Beach, Arthur Wright of the same \
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find r Mil Dick Mil city, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Carson of .... i ,NR, .
lies A. Jack- ,Tampa, Mrs. Hoag and Miss Walters >
tad Mrl
Watson, Mr.(' of Pittsburgh, Pa., J. A. Sterling \ I I'f

ly aid Mr. of West Palm Beach, 111'n d LI ', 1'.'ll r :J YrI ;L f ftr prr !r%'. d 'f
Jame: Mrs. L. W. Culter of West Palm :','!' \ r; f 4}. a / / ,
[the wh rd.Iwho. 3lRA30TA ,. ,, ,( ...
Beach, A. W. Eastman of Rockwood,, t-- \ r r r ; f{ r, h .
[week bSheldon +' %/ ttir; hw '" r/t %"y '' 1\ ,
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Ia. and E. Kowalk of Cuba.
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left this Mrs. E, C.Cole- :accompanied by 1 ;a tty i .,, ,v6; Er/G1.E C (?ONRACMOeEE t : : :t rY Y. '

Mrs.I home in Mrs. 1\1)). L. Puffer, Mrs.: Jean R. !;; .,.; r '
I bus, Indlweeks Whitman and Miss Beatrice Kettl

i ij i spent Tuesday in Fort Myers on a
the cons iof Colum- shopping, tour.i I t. .
here. nd a fewsupervise
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Mrs: W. G. Ames left yesterday for

Dr. H.I lew home Birmingham, Ala., where she will Ir .. } ',:. F G
pent sciter : visit her son and daughter-in-law Mr.
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and Mrs. C. C. Pierce. After spending -
to uouis, who iy ':' : 'MIAMI 'r ,
inspei1 a few weeks there she will pro- r t. : } t

section* fast win- (ceed to her summer home" Craig-
[his week
side" at Cold Spring, N. Y., on the .. J crAZ- J

Wfllforfo in this i Hudson.' ...

,I sny, refl I i! The condition I of Dr. C., W. Bisphamwho

t'A whe ilting en- has been confined to his hotel
hcss. |?,agar comj j for the past week is considerably """'a1LU .fj; ,-j/
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4 ? Chij,j improved. Dr. Bispham suffered 'an "
Frank ;rte on bused attack of high blood pressure but his j

[ Glen condition under the care of Dr.1.. .
prightonAnother L. Puffer is considerably improved, NB _
IT. Summa Mrs. Bispham said. .- _' r M. S IZ AQ 'fie tr
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[Die eek list w1 Mr. and Mrs. G.' E.. Connell accompanied FAMOUS CROSS-STATE HIGHWAY TO BE OPENED TO TRAFFIC' APRIL Z5

by J. L. Maynor left '
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[hobee this where .they will spend a few weeks II '-- I-
Succtl'ts Several new pieces of furniture until late hour he sat in his cell
called
< ler's 30-foot before proceeding to their home in a I I crooked-.gambling and bootlegging t TWO DIRIGBLESsPLANNE'
t-, ot [launched. Raleigh, N. C. have' been added to the lobby of the I izicl talked to newspaper reporters and that kind of./ business. Washin1ton.-The navy depart

Cltiwirafeteri Watanabe hotel it was announced I 'ana other visitors. .. "1 know now that I've done a lot asked for .bids.::' 'on two great I
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;] J the ef- George Heinz and Frank Richmann yesterday by Mrs. Claude Downs, "I've been a fool," Berger said. of things that I shouldn't I'm convicted dirigibles which. congress, has .

pt at, tj pid jociety of, spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. owner. I've been no good. ,I've played the of a crime I didn't commit, thor zed it to acquire.
I* ty c| laity ,urch, at tame and lost, but I'll lose like' a hut I've committed a lot of crimes, About $8,000,000 is to 'be expendedfor

procc ea Wednesday BIRGER HANGED man.. I which will be 787
Mr. 'and Mrs. E. L. Stewart left so guess things are even. the ships,
'ding fil ,e' oIMr.' and yesterday morning for ('Fort Myers to Benton, 111.-Charles Birger, notorious I "I've liked to live and spend mon- "We got too strong against the feet, long and- 132 1.2 feet In"diam .

ca le1avenue.. join the motorcade over the Tamia- southern Illinois gang leader !'y. maybe I made it in ways folks law and the law broke it all up.": eter. / :-"
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'ss Be J.. t 1e- was hanged at 9:52 a.'m.: Thurs- 1 :
d trail Stewart II
l/"Anders mi to Miami. Mrs. plans I
to spend several days with relatives
home '
Adams of West City. U "u '- c '

aven and Albert there. Birger was pronounced dead four If' : : = ;.,
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guests at Mr. and Mrs. L. ),1. Spiller left minutes later. Nearly 500 spectators; : f. -. ,, '
and inner(j. Cole on Ar- yesterday for Haines City, to where were crowded in the stockade. I !rq : L>:/ .. : > :I'( ":' : : ::< ,:' : : ,..: :< ;: :I

nner Mr. Spiller who has been,.Western Birger. ,slept. fairly well in the early I ""!-!>o-. --...., .. -.' ,, ., ., !
,Union telegraph operator here for morning hours and ate a light break- :: <' '

pe110 '. Sid* had as the past few weeks has been trans- fast. ; j'f\; : :: ,$ 2 0 0 A r"'ACRE PROFIT' :,:. !' :
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L Cole and Receives Visitors I "
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Tom I ,\.. A" 35' -acre field .planted to potatoes 'and onions will return -,< '- I. .


)rive.and vis- I.-. r I INSECTICIDESLake / I ; according to a conservative estimate by Charles Ati i I* i I j,;


ien Clel I : Jackson local agriculturist, ,a net profit of at least $200 ,

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Shore Transp oration ; '.. favorable .,weather 'conditions, but is based on' an inspection I ,. I
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and th ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, " " " ,,, " ,. rich, black soil of the northern Everglades but eventually. .' f

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f the prospective farmer asks 'the inevitable '
question, a
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Palm Beach Fla. : .:;._'> ,question directly and his, success on the .35", acre, field., :

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You can. enjoy the Beach and still save money by mat/t i ngihc,,. -, \. '. r; ""' ,. ,
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; FOOn ; -, AMERICA'S NEW AR BOWL r.

C I headquarters while In Palm or West Palm Beach: i ::. 4 .

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I Located on the' Famous Ralnbo Pier. Large enough to. accomodale: : .-: ;' :
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5r TO N : you yet with all the conveniences of home. ,,:,.t CLEINISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

r' Clcwislon folios are Welcome let us help, you_ (to I ;\ :..:... .
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$ H Ht l Rales: $3 single with bath;, $5 double with, bath. I (This 'ie the jsixth of a series' of educational advertisements pointing out the trans I I ',;'

1 formation of the section from a spectral waste into one of the leading communities ;.

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FRIDAY. '... ,, -APRIL" .' ..- 27"'4', q 192S",..- --'- --a J'i" ._,* ..y.y. 'j. .. CLEWISTON.. NEWS, CLEW1STON' .. FLORIDA.' .. ,_ ., I Page Five

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' \i POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS! willSOT.. be a candidate to nc-, I. Clew ston' Bows, was the prettiest play' of the game. New Dairy >: .,* Plans for 'the distribution of the
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{ reed myself 1 In 1932.: \ Sims strolled. Whit hit a slow roller milk to the consumer have
not
'i:) 3Iy thirteen years residence In ToContinued Canal Point to O'Connor for the third ouL Plans Finished 1 been completely worked out but this yet
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;)1 : FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT LaBelle ( ten years of T hlch I -- Carr' was out,. Doug to Whit. Gil- will be finished within the next

COURTs I nan cashier ef the Bunk of La ( from pa.g.'l 'd'' ert' walked O'Connor singled 'over (Continued from, page 1).) 'f I week, and the dairyman- is also un

. Belle) has eMhle me to' becomencaunlatetl I D. Larramore. Sansbury was' nipped third Gilbert stopping at second. P. dairyman"complete- d urran', ,',ements to derstood to be considering the -
possible
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'. the voters of with values In .Hendry stealing. Lockett was safe when P. Mansfield\ was' out, Sims to Whit. purchase 40 'dcrW'of land take nu manufacture of butter and cottage
r Iwish! to announce to. I on"bri
Mansfield his' Alston Driggera threw Thomas. opt an additional 60 'and
cashier dropped
up. out acres
pop
Ceivty. 2fy experience us cheese for distribution
candid*
: t Hcndry, county, that 1 am a I II among
.1 for re-election to the office of Clerk of the bank and also as railroad I 'took three and sat down.." I Sixth 'Inning-Sansbury lofted f. his plans also include, the possibilityof the retal stores of Central and Southern -

: agent and telegraph operator for H. Larramore singled, taking sec- H. Larramore. Cothern singled and Installing a creamery here Florida.
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'j 5th ; a number of years' will enable me ond on Alston's bobble. 'D. Larramore promptly stole second. Lockett ..
cratic Primary election of June f
; -y. to do the clerical. ,.,'ork'connecttd popped to Sims. Sollck lifted one to struck out. Alston flew out to Thomas. -
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ltk the office. right. L. Mansfield: struck out.' .
I'!' will;1 ;appreciate. ; your vote and (In. ,; ; .. .
If: the above platform appeals Fifth Inning-Edward a' singled thru Douglas tossed! out H. Larramore.

.< fluence. I II I t. Y8 i, and yon believe I will short, taking1'second Vn'' a passed' ,""ball.1 :D. :Larramore singled. Solick, forced 1
'U WILLIAM T. HULL II AUtOMOBilE REPAIRING
I[ strictly adhere to It I ,Till! ap- Driggers ook 'three healthy cuts. him""" nt:'second. Sims threw out Lee :

1 1I prcctaU jour 'Tote'( and Influence Douglas foaled out to Larramore. ItCLASSIFIED Mansfield. .

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER J !r. the Prliiary. Election. : t Seventh .Inning-Edwards poppedto
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fo,.- Ceunt)' .' Commlaslenar freratrlct DJe- J. Jf. BO TV popp d'to"Sollck. .. us. --save. I.you money, on. ,repairing. your ,old

..No. eubjeet to the Juno Prl _' .;-is.-. .. .. .. ,,'-0, I ,J took Driggers I threw1 I 'out' Carr.." Doug car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled Y1
Gilbert's! liner. O'Connor singled ,
mary. .. '

,_ H. L. DELANEY, l"t f.. 'f? *. L Lf-iiJ .,i)i- \ FAIRBANKS MORSE &" 'CO.Engines'ands I wards.again., P. Mansfield.' 'flied" 'to' Sd-. .workmen, and our; prices are. based_ on the lowest -

FOK. TAX. C9LLEGTOR :Pumps .. ,
FOR TAX ASSESSOR .> Light add Water Plants ,Eighth :Inning-, :"Whitten. was out possi i l working conditions.
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; Larramore to O'Connor.
TO THE OF IENDRYCOUNTY ,"" Sansbury
TOTEIJS Cables and Ropes .
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I Belting and' Rmbfcer GOOd! fanned the breeze, Mr. Cothern did ; '. :" (':. .,
Hurd L Reeves announces for reelection : likewise. :
best Hoists and '''Feed GrIndera" 0 Machine .shop acetelyn welding alLkinds of 2
as Tax Assessor of the Thomas singled.. H. Larramore was ,
I hereby nnnounco myself, awndIdnt.e
'MANHATTAN, '
county In the state. Let us all pull together the MERC. CORP. safe on Sims error. Edward 'ei rored'on' S: .
for re-election to J Automobile work. J ."
; for;the. good of all parts ..f office 911 First St. Fort ,Myers D. Larram re.s scorcher, two .
of Tax: Collector. I itanl .. ..,
I''1, Hendry County. .. 'f ,. ,. ', you ,to know that .I sincerely appreciate .: /.0 r tf. runs scoring. Solick! was out, D'ougI I -- : : :-' .' "4'. 4 ey'j'

:'. work las to Whitten.' Sims threw out L.
satisfied with
If my the ha '
you are 'eoniidcncc''you LET'S
t e GET ACQUAINTED ,
, Mansfield. Whitten I -, .1' .
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fi VOTE: FOR ME on June 5th. reposed In me iu the past and ( tc: +I' 7.a '

, ( t. promise that if re-elected you I specialize In Clewiston Properties Ninth Inning. -Lockett- struck out. : MOORE.' HAVEN SALESCh(
Alston :
also whiffed. D. Larramore
I ; FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI wIll never Jla;'occasion to re- Everglades Acreage, large and .. I
juggled Edward's bounder. Beards 'I .. -- ,., .. .
I wish to announce my candidacy Bret 'same. I made you 'a'' similar small Tracts. West Palm' 'Beach ) : .

Commissioner from District promise before last election and ley batting for Driggers. Edward FORD. -LINCOLN
1 for County Property, and Ocean Frontage. Some'ver FORDSON: : ,
Number 5, subject to the June can honestly do so' ag ain.l have )" attractive offerings for' "close was caught' stealing to end' the game:'

Democratic Primary June 5th. tried to serve yon as your 'servrint Next Sunday Clewiston will play iii"
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South the local
Bay on diamond.I
.a J, P. HULL to' (the best of my ability -anti priced right.-M. H. LINES, ''412 Da I ,

r-":'i'' ." I .. on account, x>f 'my experience In tura Street, West Palm Boacti. Fla. r.J u LMJlUi[' F r L"J ( fnlrn7G7)lafn7fnlfnl nlfNTr. fi fi f lft Gafr7n fc ln fnlGlln7Cn7G f'1n n1 rr7 tl klltafnlGlfi (n1G+ -, 114--ir cr i rT C.--CG]
REGISTRAR "
FOR the office I know1 that "'
I CAR give Licensed Broker. '.
{ I Iwish to announce .my' candidacy jon more efficient service in the I '.. ._ '
: for Hencrr : 1' Mo. Q
k'ur aunty Registrar : I' future. than I June' in the past. UALITYl i

County subject to the DemocraticJune ':Thanking you ,[in advance for your FOR SALE-Household fumicure al 4 J"

5th. vote and support and with best most new, a real bargain.: Box 56, '.

I J. O. CLARK r wishes for ,every one, I am, Clewiston< Fla. You can depend on our w ik. Clothes left in our charge. _.

Your friend, ; are_ always J gIven the best of attention. .. .
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FOR r. P. ,ANDREWS, I FOR SALE-Piano. See Mr. Wagner "

t I wish to' annou-: W candidacy 'Citrus Center. You have to about getting money'I
.never worry your ,
II FOR CLERK
CIRCUIT COURT
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1)1" i&' to the Democratic Primaly worth: when we clean or .,press your clothes.
WATCHES, clocks and jewelry repaired -
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hereby announce as.a candidate Let worries '
?June 5th. us' press your away. \
for the office of Clerk of Circuit at Alston's Drug Store by ,

;' I JAMES L. TAYLOR Court, subject to' the June Democratic C. ''L. Garner. First-class 'Work.All 'I'

'' Primary.. Your vote and influencewill work guaranteed- watchesa \ r
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FOR REPRESENTATIVE specialty. DARCY DRY CLEANING
*"V ., be appreciated. '

J. A. FOUNTAINFOR I DR. P. H. JONES Dentist ,! .
OF HENDRY ,
TOTHE PEOPLE c
Service Satisfactioni
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COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF Moore Haven, Fla. "I i .1
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PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONTo I
candidate for Representative from I will, be in :my office in Moore le ([at Je PePPPCe 1ef[QIi ,ii[.1 m.m1iillEIi! ji mmIi! !Iirr'ir!! !! mmIilli! P!mmI m'@I.' mJ u UT3u! mJ !I J mmJ. I Fr1p f l n'e'f"rC 7ad a.;

lIen'dry'Count subject to the actionof Haven on the. following date: I
The Voters of Hendry County: I '
June Primary. :
the Democratic April 9-10-11-12-13.-14-30 "
I am a candidate for renominationto .. / .,-.' .
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the' office of County Superintendent t : '. '.," '.:
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keop in mind the \ fact -:--:---- : : J R .
of of Public Instruction subject to BUILDERS !I! ,. ,,-i4 1 ,"
; is the representative E .:.. la.A' .
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the action of the Democratic Primary "
the people and as sucli I chall rep. I "_ f.!.

resent all sections of Heudry: County in June. With' assurance from Tweutj'_five years experience:: let I :. ,..j-.

\ to the very best of my ability. all parts of the county that the people 'us figure your job. First-class work : : 1hVz-
approve my record as a public ; : ;
Your vote and support ivljl be ap their aJ .reasonable prics.Va: know howl ..... .
servant, I rely upon support to build-give trial .
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Respectfully A. W. 'MILLER & BROTHERS ,
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LOUIS .O. GRAVELY 645 S MIAMI AVENUE II :: > i
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'- SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION- FOR SALE: $1000 mortgage on 'L'S; : r:: ', ; k

DISTRICT NO. 3 :. ,, :, '"'-
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acres. was I

, I wish to announce that I am a sold in 1925 for $2000. Must have ; ': < ): -
I hereby announce as a candidatefor : f\L-; > .
: '. candidate for the office' of Superintendent money ,Will sell for $356.-Mc- \; .
I Public Instructitn Hen. :County Commissioner from Distract .a.l ;_
of
Cully Clewiston.
;.... diy County, subject to ihf Democrat Number 3. Sub-iest to, the June I .:<:-' :.. .. .

Democratic Primary. Your vote ,and IY YOU have a watch can't get
you ,
ic Primary in June. If. elected, I will :"; I.
: conduct the office on a business ba. influence will be appreciated.. repaired any where bring it to C. I. ,',,. -':: .. .\
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sis. DREW HAMPTON L. Gainer at Alston's Drug Store. '.: ..,

:If I don't. repair it, it will :not cost I s a1 j ,
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you one penny.. I fix them where: :

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REPRESENTATIVE I hereby. announce myself as a FOR SALE:, 80 acres on "

candidate for re-election to the of- State Highway, 2 1-2 miles -1 '. ; (
I wish to announce_ to the votersof : ,
fice of Sheriff of Hendry County. Clewiston. Splendid condition. '
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Hendry county that I will be a ..,: ;

eandidate for Representative! the Subject to the ,Democratic electionon Just right for subdividing into 5 ..:: .". '.' R A :
Democratic June 5th. If elected I will serve acre plots.-':'McCully, Clewiston. -
Primary ef June. 6th. If ': \
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nominated you same manner as ;;
and elected I promise to FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Your vote and influencewill ., t
the past. "
.. give my full time;' and devotion to District No. 1 (Clewiston .i \ A ,
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the Interest of the entire county. be appreciated.D. i .
L. MCLAUGHLIN '.'': Child" \ ,.
-" J. E. BEARDSLEY Believing that District No." 1 ,... '.... "

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(Clewiston should I '1 .
FOR SHERIFF' ) have more active, .!
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e ANNOUNCEMENT. I representation in the county, I hereby .'. -).1. .' :
\ To the Voters of. Hendry 'County: I II I announce for Mack.1 -
to The Voters of Hendry Cou.,t) my candidacy ".' -
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Florida. I hereby announce myself a' candidate County Commissioner from this'/ dis 0

for County Judge of Hendry trict. '
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candidate for announce'm'self Sheriff of Hendry as a County, subject to the Democratic Almost! five years farming in this of Mraa an Mack TheTwoBZzckCrow/ "

county Florida ,Primary of June 5'. Your vote :will! be section have equipped me with a' '
subject ,to the: action
.< the June Democratic, Primary. If appreciated. knowledge of the real needs of the A
W. N. HENDERSON community 1110 r .
nominated and elected. I promise to .
Your support will be .
j J I do I my will duty as your sheriff. FOR.. --COUNTY COMMISSIONER H. DAVISADMINISTRATION Justified.'S. Extra! Extra? You bet it's extra!A special record; record (parts 7 and 8))-that one will be'along

appreciate your ;,ivoto"nd. ..,-:DISTRICT. NO. 1 a long record by Charlie Mack, the long member later. This is just something nobody expected.
support., Respectfully ./.:; -.<' (Citation) : ,
.. W. W. HOLLAND. > / ,r--- with the long voice of the team' of Moran -and everybody wants. )-

'; a, I f'hereby announce! for reelectionas' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT and Mack ("The Two Black Crows"). On the reverse side is "Elder Eatmore's Sermon

ra FOR TAX ASSESSORI \ a candidate for County Commissioner HENDRY COUNTY the title. But it's child on Throwing Stones", declaimed by Charles E. ,
f ,_ \ front District lumber One. I Iwill" ESTATE OF "Our. Child" is your my Mack, assisted by George Moran. The Elder

" continue to serve you as In, the NOAMI CREWS child-everybody's child. Charlie just couldn'thold of rocks
few and plenty
I throws
4 stones gets
'; ; hereby announce Inysclf .A. past. / By The Judge of Said Court. \ it any longer. He's laughed at and with it a
candidate for Whereas, Ida Crews\ has .back. .1
applied
the
, officoof Tax' .' :./ "
: ;i W. C. HOOKERS so long himself, he wants the:world to; laugh,
Aiscsfcor; for Hendry oonnty, subject this Court for LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION Black Crows Hear both sides today at any Columbia dealer
----- ou the Estate of too. This is not the fourth "Two ,
to the ,,ill
of '
the 'olers'at
S pES repaired while you wait. NAOMI CREWS, deceased late of .

the Democratic[ Primary: Election or sewed, saId County of Hendry. ,
'I Tacked cement, or .anynray -
*. J hS...held June oth: 1+2S. These are therefore to cite and ar) "
TsTPJWREG
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colored section Dr. J. L. ds
tlf ,elected 1 promise; (nitlt the /TAYLOR. Clewiston Memorial monish all and singular the kindred Coiunrbia: : s"lrteCOr:

I IsLi / aIri of the }hoard of equalization: ) and creditors of said deceased to bp .U.S.PAT Off.
Shoo
i t. 'VaiioU/c' i tke f Hospital. and appear before this Court on or \"

t: ., I* In accordance assessments of 1 mo. pd. b'efoie the 14th day of May, A. D Made the Nettr T1Tay ,., E-ectC'fea4ty
with the rat../ 1928 and file objections, f If any the"
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,. ne- .if, proper},,, assessed have, to the granting of Letters o' Vi",. -tonal Recording" The Records without Scratch ",
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I farther promise thnl I will Administration on said estate, otherwise -

1'.not try to homestead ,the office e LOUIS O. GRAVELY the same will be granted to ,COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH COMPANY, 1819 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY ,

'. m 1 13 u&[hB'. faiorltlsm.!! in ,the asses.' ATTORNEY AT LAW Ida Crews,. or to some other fit person '. ....." ...._-- -

went of taxes for, the purpose,'of or pei sons. L
I, Sank. of LaBelle Building Witness my name as County Jw1" .
building
HJ a political machine* I LABELLE FLORIDA of the County aforesaid this the 9th
to assist Clewiston Furniture
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; wo JK reel,- lcclOli.( In I PRACTICES IN day of April, A. D. 1928 Company
J other words ALL COURTS
I ,,ic my notf ofi Louis O. Gravely W N Henderson ,.
honor )lStt'. Jt'' 1 "f}. f '1'O"'f .. L 30Tf{ STATE l'D FEDERAL Attorney.CountyJudge.; .



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CLEW1STON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA '
FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1928 '
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I 1'[were too old to serve-thnt Is per- 1.."

t WORLD.WARVEThRANSUPHELDFOR i ir. Ifectly I true., Uncle Sam trill not accept L. 0. GRAVELY GAINS VOTES IN I The law requires everything to

an old man for service, for to I be done in certain specified times, '

r., POLfflCE: OFFICE BY F:. H. DOUB speak plainly, they are USELESS. RACE FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVELouis I January to April) -1. We receive .returns (

I!(I These old fellows were here at .: and compile'information. andr ,.
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A tribute to the--World war reterans troops anywhere on: "''their coasts home, fighting when you,lor my comrades land,, were and I ,0. Gravely- candidate, for men,' during his service due to exposure I from April I 1; to the'' first Monday.. in "".

coupled with an interesting bit (Guatemala did not sign this com- away your representative In the next legislature he contracted tuberculosis and July wej list properly all propertyand
) enable them (the Germans) very likely! some of them ready to
of World war .history was received pact to dart under the skirts of some woman from Hendry county, is 46 yearsor upon his honorable discharge from! names with valuations( and on
this week from F. H. Doub of La to invade our southern frontiers, age, was- born 'and reared In Danville the military service he was compelled the latter date '
I the board'sits
our'noble to hide away from any possible / and a Belle, who asks that it be published while the bulk of army Va., being the son of Captain to again make another: fight for
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thrust from German sol- '
bayonet a Justs the values. Then .
to further enlighten the voters of was in Europe. I j Frank B. Gravely a gallant Confederate his health in government hospitals they set ,the

the county on the merit of the World Immediately, r reported this to the ;dier. ; soldier and a great grand son showing the same grim determinationthat amount of taxes to be set against. "

) war veterans., consul, and we together,, went (aboard The man. that fought to protect of General Joseph Martin of Rev- he had heretofore shown, he' 'the property In the county. .' .
and'honor
life .
the U., S. Cruiser, Marblehead, then your was acceptedby I \
1 Mr. Doub's article is as follows: fit olutionary fame, at :the age of 14 conquered this disease, and desiringto "On the first Monday in August \
our wise Uncle, as being morally -
anchored in the reported the incident -
To my friends, acquaintances, and! bay years due to financial misfortunes of further fit himself for the pra p-
this office books
and physically, and gets the back
mentally and
voters of Hendry and -Glades countiesgreeting. to J Commander Hough, of the his father? the subject of this sketch: tice of law, he entered ,the Law College '
'Marblehead, who in- turn, Immediately he Is yet, today, fit morally, 'physically extends the taxes thereon in accordance '
: of the
University Florida
of and <
I i was compelled to start out In life for I,.
As we are nearing the critical wirlessed to Mr. Pullen, in Panama and mentally-DON'T FORGET himself and earn' his own living from had the distinction of, being on the with' the commissioner's or- ,

time, wheji we will be called on, to to ,come at once. I lztkl. then on his life's history shows the honor'roll of the law class duringhis ders. By the first Monday in Octo-
Now, to wind this plea, it is .
up
Next day Mr. Pullen arrived on ai i s
the various entire the
in stay at
choose our representatives determination of a youth thrown on University. ber we must have them complete.
special dispatch, boat, and after Commander !likely some of these'afo1"esaid bro-
Over 4 ,
branches of our local govern- his own resources to accomplish years ago realizing the
meht, please allow me to remind you, Hough, had' related the Incident -} something in life, at 16 years of age wonderful possibilities .of Hendry We make three books, one for the

that ,ALL "Mr. Pullen left for Teguciga-, 1--- I county he opened office for the tax collector and one for the circuit
of a debt of gratitude, we FOR REPRESENTATIVE .' the subject of this sketch was wearing an
owe: la, the capital of Honduras, and in I the uniform of blue .serving: in practice ''of. law in this county being clerk. In the four years that.we have "

In this reminded, it will necessitate I I less than three days; returned to the = the Spanish-American war under the the first resident attorney o.f Hen- made these books we have never had

.running your memory back sev- cruiser Marblehead, where he deliv I'J.' E.' BEARDSLEY I II gallant 'Fitzhugli Lee until the Spanish dry county about} thi.s'time ,he without to ask for additional time' ., never hada
when were in the ered 'to Commander Hough the original ;3. was one cent's prepared the '"
we pay
eral years flag' ; hauled down and the I application book returned from, the. state, and ,,,
midst of the horrible World' warand document signed and sealed by I Stars and Stripes were flung to the of a great many '' x.-servicE J *

t while you, who were left at home, the German. representative, and the L. O. GRAVELY I breezes ,over Moro Castel ending the !! men for their'' bonus*, he served never J had to correct one. They havepassed

may have ,thought at that time, that. respective Presidents of Mexico, Sal- ,: ., rule of oppression in Cuba. for several, years at attorney to'r the I inspection by. the. commis- ,-
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:'."+ you were perfectly safe from all vador, Honduras, NIcarauga, and i .. After the Spanich-American war 'Hendry County Board of' Public Instruction I :sioners, and through, the state comptrollers -.
attacks the enemy, Costa Rica all\with signatures, and ;J. A. _,HENDRY and by his-advice'saved on' "
harm, from by J I I he.again went nto the service'of I office every occasio.n..
in I state seals; how Mr. Pullen secured II I, the "countthousand" ,
around. this section, yet you were : r't his country as a member of. the of dollarsMr. !> the straw ballot l .
Latest returns on .
possibly few of I this paper, I have never known, but .. Gravely fs''called : ,
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great danger, that : "Fighting [27th U. S. infantry serving a Scrapper: '..'
secure -it, he did, and Commanded FOR TAX COLLECTOR show the following results: _. ;' :
I for the
rights 'of
you knew .about. during this time under Generals the people be.th. y -
During this: epoc, I was an- employee Hough immediately dispatched this j!r I I ," .. John' J. Pershing (then captain) and high or low rich or poor, .and'.-.ft" is. .Last ., -. .,7-.v; : ".' '
:Mail Steamy document to the State Department I:: ,. -Week Gain Total- .
Pacific
;-' of the ,. Frank D. Baldwin on the Island of respectfully submitted by tho writer ?' '

: ship company, with residence in the in Washington.' How is that for allied BILL. ANDREWS. f' _::'I. : Mindanao; In the celebrated campaign that he is the ideal, man to represent! For ('Representative. :.*". : ,'J..: I/ I G
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seaport tnwn of- Amapola- Houduras, : ? r !I ; against the Moros; with such Hendry county, in the next legisla-I J..E. Beardsley :,,' 30 ', ,10, \' '' .40.'L. .
' .. I afterward aid to spe- Now, good 'people, you have men'' ture where he do '" -', '. :-:'' -. ".47
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:where gave : merit and bravery that, he was recommended can Hendry county O. Gravely 34
" cial United States Consul, Mr. Morton that have placed their can'didacy-ybe-. JAMES TAYLOR ; J: .' by General- Baldwin for I II more good than any other man 1 J. A. Hendry ', 6:2! '" ," 8 .

if Moos; connected with' the U. S. fore you, to serve you in*.public offices a medal of honor for bravery in ac the writer knows I of. Tax Assessor' 4 :,. ,_.2:" J.\,: :.:.

:'. Secret Service of that district, which some of these men were: soldiers FOR TAX ASSESSOR\ .', -. I tion. The writer has talked with peopleall H. L. Reeves .' 31, "ii,' '3j'(..' 70 :

f;. was under the supervision of Mr. during that horrible time, 1 Returning to Ihis country he secured over the county and is 'of the J. R. Doty. i7': .:"', ',7'' 24

;' : Pullen, United States Secret Service protecting you on different sides, : .. \ a position as a clerk in a opinion that the people are for Louis I Supt. Pub.lnst.. :.: ',.' '?:..::,, ,,'

:l agent,, with headquarters in Panama.:: arid possibly some of them are toeing HURD L. REEVESJ. ., I store, giving his employer honest 0.> Gravely and that he _will be nom- .E. L. Stallings '11'",.; '.. 2,1. .62

;-,- During a' stroll one night through accused of this, that and the ,. ./ service: durIng the' day, and burning, inated by one of the biggest majoritfes Ed G. Pfluge 0, ,"" :25 25

-i'.: the town I overheard a conversation other-as being unworthy, immoral, J J the "midnight oil" studying' law at ever given a candidate.in this Clerk Cir. Ct. ... .. ':. .. ,

.,1betweeu; the private secretary of smutty, dirty' etc. etc. (I hope not, R: DOTY" .' I : night, and In 1917 he was admitted county. ,[I Tom Hull 21" 5 : ,..;)26 I

&" -'. the President of. Honduras, and others neither> haI heard such) but If ',1'' to the bar he again heard the call Respectfully, I J. A. Fountain 0 .41 .<' :X41 ';

,... in which he ridiculed the fact such is the case, do not forget that of his country and entered the'World J. E.: CRAWFORD County Judge '.

1.that: these republics had come in as while thousands were manning boats, FOR COUNTY COMM1SIONERJ. war'as a Lieutenant of Artil- W. C. Richards 6 : 0' ..':' Gn.- '

,w, our allies, and -that a few days be- others loading and unloading fuel, lery, due to his past military expe-' W. N. Henderson 29 ',' 46,_ .'7W'<: :a'

I;;' fore GermanIexlca; Salvador- \under ;,1 scorching tropical sun, some rience he was of great aid in Instructing Candidates>< To Tax Collector' \ ;": ::' "" ,

(1:" Honduras, Nicarauga, and Costa Rica of the same unworthy, immoral, P.. HULL, Felda -District the :young officers and Address Voters I Bill Andrews 21 ,::1 ; 31. '

r.' compact, whereby" Germany :smutty dirty crowd, were at another I James TaylorCommissioner 23 36' 64':
had signed a '
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point, pumping lead Into the enemy, : I" On Issues Here : :: '. "
"', : was to ,be. allowed to land ken down intellectually
political aspirants -
DELANEY DisC! '
to save your mother, your wife, your H. L. ) No. 3 J. 1: J. P. Hull( Felda) 16 ,8 : 24. ,
town criers
etc. etc., will (Continued ; '
from
page 1)Mr ) .\
sister, your daughter or your sweet- H. L. Delaney 21 27 40
t read this
c. r article, and try t 0. laugh : Reeves who is a Spanish war D. S '2. '. 10
: Hampton
hear from the advances of some ( : r .. ;
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4 brute Boche soldier. . Think W. C.' ,HOOKER, Dist.;, No. 1 I : .it off with the remark that the and World war veteran has been tax W. C. Hooker it:' ; 8, '19
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writer is a nonety, etc. etc., still
this over i :assessor for almost five \years and M. F. Johnson0: 2' "2
r laughting is good-. j in connection with his decision to Sheriff ': 'il;i/
Durfng that time, where were
my
S. II, DAVISD. A pauper war veteran, serve the county first and j ...
comrades in arms from LaBelle, and .-' i campaignater W.. W. Holland 18 0 13
T. H. DOUB .
I he said i "
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D. 30 47
< McLaughlin ,77
in I
other places? They were reeking
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blood, lice, mud and destruction, to HAMPTON, Dist. No. 3 "
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oJ and, the honorof L !Jsaara'3JfflJ2raJ2M2JSM3J2J2Ja' 1
protect your homes .' I ur w IlJNJN NJ t eheiJa,1fe' f r

I your women: .

l'1,. CUSTOM During; that time, where were some FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF ,.UB'LIC \ .
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TAILORING "
of 'the old fogies, that are now try- INSTRUCTION '
TKe Gall Outdoors ; 'J ,
ingto foist. their importance on you, : ;" '. :. "1 .of .., .- ,. ; ,;/.;.y; +,d r\

want to' fill your public offices, want .\ : :

Just Received to'dictate the affairs of your towns E. L. STALLINGS '-I ''i' I' .' '! r ,- .. ";:'" .; ;
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and tell you what to eat tomorrow? :1 .' '' ;:" ': .'.; ,
will tell that they Whether the month be January and .a stiff breeze is beckoning :'l' '
They readily you J sailing enthusiasts v, }. :..:

;I New Summer ED. G. PFLUGE 1 \ I to Qkeechobce or whether it be May arid a warm sun bathes the country in its_ (}f-,-'.::''\ (_:." ':' ,"

r'I .. 1. 1 I f. fulgent_ rays the call of outdoors is always present at CI viston. '. ..... (.,'.- :;..; )

Tour Man I FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK I ,':/: .1 '
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, Patterns nMen's .. I I ,Guests at the Clewiston Inn in terming. it one ,of the best have taken this fact', ::::;;,-tin;- I

i: I into. consideration. and haVe remembered the -opportunities, ; offered at the .! /:: :. : '
WILLIAM T. HULL InnjfoicJ j. ,
ij A ,,: Safe Man I II ; I outdoor entertainment. : ,:; ;

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...'.,: A Man of ACTION J. A. FOUNTAIN,, I. i I All we need is the inclination,'' said a recent guest referring to the fact that _; \

,;: Your Clothes I II!I not only have tennis courts been constructed but nets, balls and racquets are fur- :; : : i
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I iI iI i ij @ nished prospective players ; not only has a miniature golf course been laid out but, : : .

? I FOR SHERIFF -".clubsareavailableattheInndesk 'and usually the golf balls arc provided. \< : ; f .
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*' ay1or" Made by j ;i W. W. I ', \ For those anxious to be outdoors but'unwilling for' the strenuous' game of' tennis 'v'i': ] ; @?

Ir' \ IOLIAND" :' / .,' or the longer round of golf there are croquet sets. *I';r._'_ ; .' (? '

"-. a Home TownMerchant I D. L, MCLAUGHLIN. These facilities making it possible for the transient, or permanent guest to I''an-:\ : \'< .':." C '-

I" serer the call of outdoors, are making, the Clewiston Inn .one of the most popular hotels;:. ;: : .
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FOR COUNTY JUDGE

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