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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 2-NO. 19 CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 4. 1928 PRICB 5 CENTS





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EXECUTIVE SEESCONTINUANCE Thursday ClosingIs FELDA SHIPS Ritta> Mail Service STRAWBALLOT

V. IE'} W' ; 'So Now Effective i May Be Established :


OF FIRST MElONS- I Temporary mail service between VOTING HEAVY

-JIC ON THE.NEWS Clewiston merchants will close Clewiston and Ritta will
probablybe
BRISK BUSINESS their stores at noon on 'Thursday AT BIG PROFIT established In the near future, I INWESTEND

during the remainder of the summer as the result of the work of J. E. .

j Beardsley who with' Postmaster L. -
,
T. F. Kearns, Comptroller it was announced this week L, ,B. M cE,yen on Three | L. Ramsey held a conference with Taylor, Candidate For
who
:I BY TOM I SMITH for Celotex "Company ty urged representative housewives to group do ,their Cars o f Watermelons I railway James R.mail Boyd service., chief clerk Three of bids the Tax Collector 0 li s

Smaller Averages More Than I
Predicts Thursday shopping early. on contracts to transport, the mail Heaviest Vote.More .

Clewiston stores during the summer 'Margin! of Profit. The Thursday afternoon closing $2' Net Each. I by automobile were sent In to the. I II
department this week, .Mr. Beards- than 100 straw ballots pour-
months will be closed on Thursday system will be in effect, during I I lug;: into the Clewiston News this
Prosperous business, conditions for Two cars of watermelons were ley announced and he believes'thatthe j '
atThurday
12 ,o'clock afternoons accord- the rest of the year but a diminishing May, June, July and August.DOUBLE .. shipped from Felda last Tuesday being I I service will be continued to week gave) L. O. Gravely, LaBelte

..... r I attorney a seven vote lead Jim
South
margain of profit was predicted the first to be shipped from Hen- Bay later. over
Closing ing to an announcement Heard le ', his
nearest competitor In
week bya hy T. F. Kearns of Chicago, comp dry! county. The two cars will net
this :
merchants. troller) of the Celotex company who HEADER the growers $2,600 being a little over the race for county r pres ntatlve.'

Thus group summer of representative has arrived in Flor- is in Clewiston on business. 12 apelce average. Felda ,has the distinction WORK S STARTED According, to tha straw ballot the ,

His mind, keenly: attuned to con- \ of being the first communityto I Ii race/for the legislature has centered '

ida. Poets may be premature in their ditions in a dozen or more lines of BALL G A1E SS ship watermelons from Hendry i on .'Gravely and Beardsley: with the
songs, birds may through freak of @N NEW BUILDING
flightstoo business, Mr. Kearns under the ,bar- County each year. These melons were I_ ;::,'forraer holding' the seven- vote lead the
nature start their northward
rage of questions, returned ''direct .-- brown on the farms bf. L. B. Mc- 'piled'up last week. !(J
early but when the stops an- ,SLAT D SUNDAYCanal 1
HrJ CIVIlC With
iounce Thursday closing, summer logical answers shedding interesting Ens, ;en. CENTER most of the ballots coming

l light n'questions of 'the 'day. ," i The melon industry at .Felda is through the mail, postmarks' indicated ,, -
ds' arrived. (
'
G Housewives' in previousyears ""There should be a good'volume y Pcint riot a new industry, with, us, stated I. ; I that ,yoUn!; is' considerably heavier -

forn.'week but with diminishing' profits' Mr.' Moore Haven Hurd L Reeves a strong booster oflbat'se.ction in the west end of' the county
inconvenient ,
will probably find jt 24 Hours Visist HereConvinces '
Kearns said commenting on the bus- i of the county. We have. I although, thereas' a noticeable increase -
or two but will become accustomed and ClewistonTo '
!; to it. From, the merchants mess, outlook. been shipping the first car from Builder in the number of Clewiston
J"i.: "The volume must hold up.for the r Meet I South Florida for the'' past three Of votes cast.
standpoint the plant is doubly a wise Need Here
I
cue, as: it permits them to remain consuming power is greatThe I 3'eais. When you consider the price I The greatest number of votes polled
hitch: of is that easy moneyin I paid for these melons can see
: I course you I for any single candidate 'were
of Saturday
open heavier business
the
for Baseball !
fans of the Everglades'will I I Less than, week
I a after the announcement -
,but more Important, it gives the 'past made it possible for peo- why Felda district is such a wonderful those for James Taylor, candidate

:, the clerks a mid-week holiday, refreshing plr} : to get into business. ,Exports of be given a treat here next Sunday farming section. Of course our I ,,of the planned con-- 'for ta..xs3 ssor who with 157 is'

'I them, and making them gold have been heavy, and it follows when three of the fastest_teamsof laud is. not to be compared with the (i nruction of a new store building .in leading his opponent Bill Andrews

I" bore! courteous and attentive during that every 1 dollar less for credit. Keen compe hut we grow different kinds of
1he last of the week, which in, turn diamond in a ,double header. t, the founaatton was started by the race for superintendent of
tition will also be noticeable in' the ClOpS tjian you do thereby giving
r..". ,. stimulates" sales._ future.'' The first' game will open at 1:30 Hen ry county a varying crop each E. Pearson and Son, Clewiston con inbllc instruction E. L. Stalllngs ', is
t."l Canal Point and leading the field with 13i votes,
o'clock between -
Prospects for the operations of theSort jear. Your cane fields are the showplaces tractors and construction will be
T.' F. of the I I- I while in the circuit court clerk race
Kearns, comptroller
; i Moore Haven and at 3:30 o'clock
hern Sugar company in the Everglades : of South Florida In fact the l'm'hed'to have the new stores completed
! i: Celotex company, in Clewiston for a are exceptionally good ac Canal Point will take on the Clew- entire state, stated Mr. Reeves. Fountain: Is leading with 91,_ with
: as soon.as possible, it" was Tom Hull a cl9se second with St.
'
" : few weeks says cording to the executive, who paid is ton Cane Crew. \ '

, ,," Prospects the outlook for bus- high tribute to F. ,E. Bryant, vice Action aplenty is expected in both announced yesterday by Clark, J. Hurd L. Reeves for tax assessor

''.'; j Bright mess isv good. 'I'hatI president of that orga:1 zation. games and the outcome will unofficially .t I lt,NDYiBllT; ? El Lawrence, Palm 'Beach architect who l out in front with 145 over Doty's
I
I :- i statement of itself "The outlook here as I see it is : stamp the victors as the glades designed, the building. 44 votes and W. N. Henderson for
:
:;>. ,;s not startling. It has been heard be- very-good," he said, "although Mr. champs DRAWS PRIZES 'Construction ,will be of imitation county judge has a lead' of 124 votes

fore, but the new note is the logical Bryant can tell you more about that 7n, the first 'game two of Clewis- ever his competitor. C. Richards.

(" ," summary of Mr. Kearn's statement. than I, for he is the one who started ton's foremost rivals will meet. The I stones and stucco with steel sash The ticket if, accepted by results

I L. "The volume will' be great but profits sugar cane production In the Ever- score between Moore Haven and tlvoughout. In th'e three 'stores large nf. the balloting this week, would be

'';'''..., \\tlminlsJiing.." In that lies.the, differ-., 'lades.!', : .:....-. :"..' : ,G'jBwiston is--,now ..settled,. _.vhemtiter, County .Vegetables 'C I aneIr -- plate }glass I -_ front._will be,_ used.:__The as follows: ,
t i:." 7 nce'r -between I the parrot-loke ''phrasef. With the ,operations of the Southern Cane Crew three weeks ago retalStert G'sia lYBestAf-C new building- is being 'erected, on' the ":Rel f ese n ffi1 lye=. LT O-Ora cely.'*faX: -

f." the blind booster, and the refresh- .I. Sugar company}" at Clewiston 'encouraged for previous defeats and whipped lier ,Co. Fair corner of the Palm Beacn-Clewiston- assessor:;!: Hurd L. Reeves:; superintendent -

f /Jng logic of an executive who has ; by the Celotex companythe 'the Moore Haven team. Fort Myers highway and Bond' stieet. of public instruction' L, '

c given the matter thorough consider- I executive's views sought clerk J. A.
. were on Stallings; circuit court ,
Please 'turn to 8 will be
: page Hendry county took first prize in Above the three stores
ation.. the, conditions in the latter industry, 'Please turn to liDiscuss I'cuntain; county judge, W. N. Hen

His statement, on general business and here 'again the unexpected answer practically all vegetable displays at page derson; tax ,collector, James Taylor;

l 'litions may be accepted as a came with an Interesting angle. Political Meeting the Collier County fair according to c commissioners; J. P. Hull, H L. De-

t rometer of, the worth of his statements "The really: big problem :.of the E. L. Stallings who in a letter to the Lumber> MenReduction laney and W. C. Hooker sheriff, D. '

concerning the Southern sug- Celotex company," he explained, "is Planned For Felda Clewiston News expressed appreciation Of Rates -
L, McLaughlin / ,
are company enterprise at Clewis- making the people 'house-insulation for the assistance'giv n thosein '

t ton, which he classifies as excellent conscious'. In other words the average charge of the Hendry county The lumber dealers of South Florida For Representative 'I

.. .t and of his x finding ,that the financial person does not thoroughly understand All candidates for county offices booth' at, the Collier County fair in I meet at Sears last Saturday with J.
".I minded of the north have real conj the term, and usually thinkof have been invited to a political rally Everglades.Mr. 'I the officials of the Atlantic Coast L.. ,0. Gravely 47 53 100

t:':.,''. fidence in Florida. house insulation as something to i lobe held at Felda on 'May 10th, according \ Stalling's, letter follows: Line Raiyway, to discuss the ways. mad I. A. Hendry STax 2 10 ;" ,

e. ',,' Florida for the past five :years has .do with tubing covering wires. Jusl t: to J. P. 'Hull county com-, Clewiston News, mt-ans of lower transportation} on : Assessor '. ',

d; been deluged with well meaning vis- Please turn to page 8 Clewiston, Ela. lumber the state. v "
nissioner from that district. over Please turn to page 8 'i I
'I. itcrs who 'declared that the "eyes of Gentlemen-Please allow space
About fifty lumber dealers w represent
We expect to have a regular poetical -
the entire north turned for the following as I wish to thank
are Flor-
on at the meeting and from the
MCEWEN IS NAMED speakingv at the Felda school
ida" the of Clewiston and others .
that
or "the business outlook growers LA BELLE TO GEJ
.. house on' this date, 'stated Mr. Hull. reports given out the meeting was
v&'S never b 'ight r." In view of tliese NEW MANAGER who had a part in providing for our
successful. The Coast Line officials BLOCK
very
WP have heard so much about the NEW STORE
:. post performances it is distinctlyheartening exhibit at the Collier County fair.
were more than pleased with
,
meeting at Clewiston that we decided
",
;> to hear the .encouraging It was'"only 'through the kindness
The road conditions
,' to invite the candidates out to in Hendry county -
;,: though qualified' statements of a Standard Lumber Company Felda.! This form- of the candidates, ami cooperation of the growers and the lumber dealers were assured $5,000 Store Building
, ,l"f "I keen observer of conditions. throughout the county and other val
of better and lower rates. With Apartments
y Rewards Efficient presenting their qualifications appeals uable help that enabled us to do our
j f t ---.:.-: to the voters and gives them The ,Standard Lumber company is Above Planned

-,' Residents of Felda have asked? all I, Work alt: opportunity to hear and seethe county credit. now operating one of the largest sawmills
We to' k first premium
\ on prac.tically J( in this section of Florida and
; candidates in action.The .
county political
; candidates appearat' vegetable we Ground was broken last Tuesdayfor
of
I' I,:' L. B. McFwen whd, for the past sev every variety !cutting thousands of logs every day.
, meeting will be held at the two
...' .:'Pr.,, 'a meeting on put on exhibition. I wish to also take t the construction of a new
F
I" eral.years has been logging superintendent uev. school building ThursdayMay [ L. Williamson president of : building LaBelle Mrs M.
' : .Felda Plans- !May\ : 10 ,to outline advantage of this opportunity to I story in by
the Clewiston '
!?t, ,Political, 'Meet- the various' planks for 'the Standard LumberOmp3.11) 10th< at eight"P.. M., and all candidates thank:; the Woman's club and the Supply Building Material\ "Clew_ )nd', l<:. Fo rrey. The buildin is being
I
.seeking county: offices arc requested company represented" built on the old stile of her store
'I in their platforms. : at Sears has been promoted ;, Parent- eachers association of Clew- iston at the meeting. /' <
to .be present. ., by
I and home which was destroyed
.I "Clewiston women were the first to to the position of general manager, < iston for the kind invitation to attend -" 'i (
'I fire several weeks ago. This is the
start this plq.nn Hendry county, and of the company. Mr. McEwen has the political rally Friday evening -. NEW PRESIDENT ELECTED i iI '
: started'since'the
. the success of it has encouraged the ;; *en a resident of Hendry county for I SEARS-'ROAD, NEARLY 'FINISHED also to state that, am very I f. -'--- : first frc: building which' destroyed to be five of the,
Justgot
Telda people to follow suit. The i sorry that 'r could not attend. 1Mrs.I J. G A1lh ids namedpresfdenJ'
candidates was
,
:- the past two years and is a largroperty leading stores in the county seat, estimated -
according to those who in from Everglades Friday p.m. of the Clewiston Social club I
i :
;. owner at Felda. His promotion Work of hard surfacing the road; having driven back by of Fort at 50000.
'I" spoke at Clewiston way at I the
appreciate the regular bi-weekly meeting j I Everett Burchard has the contract
{ to this responsible position is from LaBclle to Sears : Myers in a Ford truck disposing of l
is
:. opportunity i for it nearing
enables them to Wednesday afternoon at the home of:for- the construction of the building

I *et a large number of voters together duo. to years, of faithful service, 'and completion according to James L. fruits and vegetables from our ex- Mrs. G. L. Sims on Sagamore ayeflue. -:and has started maldng cement

;' ,at one time, and- eliminates the, his friends are congratulatug him Nicholson county commissioner from Please turn to page 8. ,I II Mrs. G., L.' Sims' was named, vice .' blocks which will be used in the con-

,i hi necessity of' the candidates' making upon this honor. Mr. McEwen has this: district.. This road is one of the president and Mrs. WilliamCecil :struction. The building when completed -
,i;' several to just shipped two I Owen was reelected with six
explain : cars of watermelons NEW secretarytreasI will be two stories
. most important roads in the countyand ROAD TRIP I
I!:+ their platforms. From the vot from his large plantation at Fel- J MADE IN TWO HOURS urer. ; rooms above for the home of Mrs.'
: ', er's standpoint the move is also (day where he claims melons grow we;! are proud of the fact thatit t It was also decided Wednesday Forrey. The lower floor will be the
1"-
;,: profitable as they have a chance to lager: and better than any other will soon be a first class road that the last meeting of the season ;! main, store room being thirty-five by
Improved condition of the detouron I
i I :> measure candidate's ability while place! in the state.RICHMANN. stated Commissioner Nicholson.The the road from Clewiston to !I will be in the form of a bridge luncheon -( seventy-five feet.

memory of his opponent is still to be the Watanabe ho-
: the given at ,
II county started the construction South Bay was reported during .
; frc-sh. -, tcl on Wednesday May 16 ''i
SALEIS of this road some two years ago past week by several motoristswho APRIL 19 IS LAST
;r BIG SUCCESS made the ,trip from West Palm Mrs\ Dave Alston: was hostess to
; U-C; a I'd has just been able to finish it '
: As a result' of *efforts of Jim Beach. ,the club members Wednesday.: Following -DAY TO REGISTER

Teardsley, renewal of the mail service learned during:! the past two weeks. social
t "T'he: buying public ,have Work on the grade is progressing I the business meeting ...

t between Clew- to accept our sincerity and the This road is known as the South rapidly and travel over the detour I rour was enjoyed and delightful refreshments I -,-.
r Ritta Mail islon and Ritta is volume of business 1 At a special meeting of the coup
have done served.
h we load of Hendry county leading to the is easy with the exception of a few i I were \ .
B. Servicenow probable, and since the sale opened Is remarkable 'lamiami miles west of South Bay. Guests at the meeting were Mes- ty commissioners of Hendry county
: Trail Immokalee. I
t.:, three bids for con. ," said Frank Richmann, man through The improved condition of t'ne dames J. R. Alston, E. L. Alston, Walter -. Wednesday the registration

r tracts to carry ihe mail by ,automobile ,' agcr .of the Clewiston Furniture It shortens; the distance from the road is, seen in the fact that a visitor j Whltten and Louis A; Morgan. hooks closed on April 30. It was

I' were mailed to the post office company which Is conducting a removal Ridge section of the state through from Lake Worth made the I Thp members present were'Mesdames explained however that voters may

apartment this week. Droppin of sale. CJewiston) to the Tamiami Trail by trip to Clewiston in two hours and I g.! C.. Cole, J. G. Allhands, E. C. still register by paying their poll

I .Y "the service between' these two points, The price cutting has been exvend--- forty miles. It is predicted d by many twenty minutes, .which under previous I MerchantV.. D. ''Cole, J. E. Boards- tax to Bill Andrews at LaBelle onr

'. W 2. few miles apart was cause for :d to, every department of the conditions, would have been ley, W. C. Hooker, C. A. Jackson, J. 19. '
the'tate before April ,
tore citizens! of ,Ilendry county that I '.
Mr.
just complaint, and Jim Beardsley Richmann said and) that required make the 17 milt trip F. 'Tippey} J. O. French. Harold Clewiston was represented at the
the volume of business will take this road 'ov rand\: i
not in, connected shows the from here to South Bay. CompJe- Davo Alston' Smith
any official way I Simpson, Tom meeting Wednesday by W. C.
p with it, is to -\3 commended for his public is keenly alive to the opportunity KiukG.: It a state highway leading rion of the road is expected early !W. D. Becker, W. C. Owen, and Law- Hooker: and E. L. Stewart.\ ,

', efforts to have the detect remedied offered them. rOll this summer. j ton Sims. : I. "
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: Continued Five More Days. The great Bargain Event of Clewiston. This sale is' the talk of the town. We have .';'
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,1,+ : <'--1", ".. marked our stock of merchandise to below cost in order to reduce our stock before moving into our new store. j.. .. ) ,

\. JI. Unheard of bargains in Clewiston will be found among our merchandise. Take advantage this sale during the : <' ;
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s -: .' '; .-" //: '" .y: l. $13.50 Kitchen ,Safes, extra special at . v. $5.00 .. .
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1 $1.25 Men's Neck T. .. . :,. .84c ,. .. s '
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'. "! .,' /;-. ".: .".: .. .,." .. :.. ;.T.'?: > ,: .'$17.75 Simmons Beds ,. . . . .' ., $11.84 '
.$1.00 Me n s l Neck Ties, . .. .' ." .\. :: ..'\, : .. ..' 67c. .! ':,:: '
'" 1 .. : : .: $l2.50 Blue Ribbon Beds .., | 8.34 ::;
J .50c Men's Neck 1 .: .3: 3c ... : .. : ';';.:' :. ': >>J : '
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x,., $9.85 Crescent Beds .- '. -.. -. .'?>.it'. '..r/.i.; ,; .'. : $6.57. '
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Khaki Breeches lace : -.V:: : .: *! < $2.00 : : ; ",V-Jv : ':I. :, ::; : : : "
$3.00 legs, : :?: : ?/ \ : ; :'!.. I". $8.50 Bed Springs .. .. :. ;I.,.:.i-::.. L'r.: .r.$5: .77.. ti
I'" ,,; $2.00 White Broadcloth Shirts '. '..)'.Xui :' ". .. $1.34 v:,', .'.1' :; ':, .7' ::.. ,. :: .. .. .
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',: : $11.00 Mattresses .. '. .X ."r.t.. .' : ,. .',-f. t $7.67 't
, $2.25 White Broadcloth Shirts ..' '. >''. '( :."." .. $1 .50, .:.' ..' ., ? '. '
d :' \.-\".:" ?' ;" ,ti.; ... $14.50. r: Mattresses . . '. : .. .Y. .-:'..', ., ., "' $9.67 ';
1 Q5.00 Men Whip Cord Breeches ;' :' .', %- ., ;, $3."4 : '.. .' '
11 > .. $8.75 Part: Wool Blankets .l./. . :< < >: '. $5.84' .: '

.' $3.85 White Broadcloth Shirts : .; : : X ii'1 '. $2.58" 1;...:' :..',..;. $3.75 Cotton Blankets .. ; .' :'. .. >, '. ,,';', : '. $2.50
$1.50 Figured Shirts . . . ',T ... . $1.00 ,\. -
: I $3.75 While' Enamel Breakfast Chairs ",. .'. .> / '. $2.25
'. ', . . '. ":' '.> '.. $1.34 < ;:. I'f'. : \ ::
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Figured Shirts ,
rc : $2.00 :, :ru '. -. $2.25 Bed Sheets . .' .. .,:,:: ':i '::'I ,
f' ". '.. ; v ''- .. ;. . .' .;, .... .. .. '. 'f. $ 1 .50 r Y'
I : All Paris Garters One-third off . .,.,.: .' '. '.' . . '-", f" \ .. .. '. ". .'. .
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.. .' < .f.. :' .. ; ,. $2.00 Bed Sheets . '. : ., .'. :\ $1.34' "
$6.00 Slickers . . .' ':. .. .... .. ... .'. .". ... $4.00 '.... if/"..;.,i"; -t.:; .',: : ; "
;' .60c Pillow Cases : . -. . .40c.40c
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) $1.00 Blue Work Shirts . .' . : '. < ,. .67<: { fa?,'.::":' : "
\ 18.75 Golden Oak Chiffonier . . :
$1.50 Khaki Work Shirts . '. . : .'... ,>'. 1.00 >: *,;;:; \ $12.50 ,".

Canvass Top Te'nnisShaes'while, they'last .; .'.: . 1.00 _<_ 'K :.I :.. Sessions' Mantle Clock Cathedral gong. style Spl. $5.00 .. '.
'W : :( ," $2.35JVhite plate..Mirror . '. .. . $1.57
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:' 175Wh.lte plate Mirror . . '. '
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$4.75 Men's Palm Beach Trousers '. . .,, .:. $3.18j : ; .l.\t".\ .; .: .; ::
:.- $9.85 Cane Back Rockers . .f. .' .
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$2.85 Men's White Duck Trousers . .. . $1.90 % :.'.i .'. .". ,r. :. : $6.57
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$9.75 Two Burner Oil Stoves . . .' .
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SI.25' Athletic Underwear .: .' J.' .. ..' ...' '. .', ., .85c .j :,:,,)', $9.00 Congoleum Rugs . : . .. .f I : ':,. $6.00 '.<

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We haven't room enough to mention everything, but the whole stock will be at your disposal. Dishes, Kitchen .'

;Pans and Utensils, Electric Irons, Electric Toasters, Kitchen Tables and Chairs, Oil Cans, Waterspar Lacquer ; :

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ent-Teacher association announcedthis :Macmillan. Bunyan John, Pilgrim's progress Hearth-Putnam.

j; { week a list of books needed In Van Loon H. W., Ancient man Century. Dickens, Charles, David Copper- -

-*' HAVE the school library and asked that EonI and Llverlght. Cooper, J. Fenimore, Deerslaycr I ftold-Jacob's. "
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BY THE those willing to assist In improving WIggIn, K. D., 'Bird's Christmas i Dana, R. H., Two Years Before the Dickens Charles, Nicholas Nlckle-

the local school, donate any of the carol Tales of wonder, Rebecca of Last of the Mohican's-Putnam, by, Old Curiosity Shop-Macmillan, .

HEARD THAT books listed. A complete library ia!! Sunnybrook farm, Cathedral court- Mast-Houghton. Flake, John, History of the U. 'S.

m i. ; ..YOU one of the requisites to have the ?nli>-Houghton.Wyas Davis, R. H., Gallagher and Other for Schools-Houghton.

school accredited. Books ,may be sent J. D.. Swiss family Robin- StoriesScribner.Davis Holmes, O, W.Complete Poems -
J association son-Harper. R H., The Princess Aline Houghton.
direct to the Parent-Teacher
L. Putter left recent guests at the Clew- Harper. Hughes, Thos., Tom Brown's
Dr and Mrs. M. Among or care of The Clewiston News. Blackmore, R D., Lorna_ Doone -
Tuesday for Miami where Dr. Putter [stcn Inn were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. with the Crowell. Dickens, Charles, Christmas Carol School Days-Macmillan. .
The list of needed books
will attend the Shriners' con Richards, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed G. Brown, John, Rab and his friends -Dutton. Irving, Washington, The Alhambra
j author's name, the title and the pub- I
vention. Pfluge of LaBelle, H: Kelly and J. -Lippincott. Dickens, Charles, Cricket on the Rip Van Winkle-Macmillan. ,
lishers, is as follows:
L. Allison! of Sebring, M. T. Caseyof

Henry ,Derendorf-has returned to Lakeland, E. C. Speer and, Mrs.M. Aesop's Fables: Told anew and I
their history traced by Joseph Jacobs -
Clewiston after spending six weeks E. McIntosh of Sobring, GeorgeM. MacMlllan. ,

lit the Tampa Municipal: hospital Hendry of LaBelle, Ewing Ant little
Bannerman, Helen, Story of
where he underwent an operation for derson of LaBelle, A. Gold of West
gallstones. Palm Beach, J. R, Doty. and C. E.Milte black Sambo-Stokes. _
Cox, Palmer, Brownier abroad;
of LaBelle and L. A. Thomas
'1 .George M. Hendry of LaBelle was of Sebring. Brownies at home, Brownies, their
week. book, Brownies aroupnd the world-
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Praise for the cooperation of the Century. 1. .. ,
Cy Antrim was the' guest of Joe Greenaway, Kate, Under the window ,
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4 growers of Hendry county.L. .
Godfrey at dinner at the Watanabe I -Warne. ; ,

1'otel Sunday. A.. Morgan, Sr., of Fort Meade I Stevenson, R. L., Child's garden of .

spent!! Tuesday with his son L. A. i verse-Rand. :" :
I'. Mr. and Mrs. :Malcolm W. Blgg .J t., publisher of the Clewiston News. Alcott, Louise M., Jack and Jill, ,':' ;; ;" "'. "
were guests Friday 'night at the home : Old fashioned girl, Under the Lilacs, -',"'::: : : ?:. .

of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Becker on Jimmy' Singleton spent Tuesday Jo's, boys and how they. turned out '.-, -:.I :,;.'''' T WGAMES I

Sagamoreayenue.\ with L. A Morgan, Jr. Mr.\ Singletons -Little. :-,3 :v1 ;

I ] connected with the county engi- Cal eJ1ter, F.:/r G. How the world is ..
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,E C. Cole, Executive Secretary ,of neer department} ,of Polk" county.:: fed-Amencau', Book' :; ;:' '.. : .., ':: >: 'r : :
from : H.:, Modern vikings :; : ,
Clewiston Company: returned Sanders Morgan\ and James Dan- Boyesen H. l. '-'. c t tV : .. / ., .;,:: ,, ,
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Qhicago ,where, he'spent ten days on iela attended. the fight in. LaBelle Scribner.: ,", ''I"'r., ;:.... $;..t;,''I.: .;:/", '.r..','.'';K:*'*. '""? '>:.:': '' o', ..,, J.. ', : ,, ': ,- ;, ,,,; ''
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} -', foimeily -.j .'. I,; ..-.-:- ..1) Macmillan.Coolidge, Susan. ,, What, Katy did- I : t 'i\ : ::: a l, : ) : : :. : : :
Iii W. Bispham
Dr. and Mrs. C. I Dave Alston made a business trip} I : / 1: : ; :7'i' :
'; p, of Indianapolis, who''spent the jto! BelleGlade'last,:Monday and re- \\hat Katy did at'.school-Little. I : : I ii :{: .; : : \,, \ ; ; .> : :: .

. ,; J 1 p.\st month at CIoist'on; left Tues i potted: the roads lu fine shape.. Dodge, Marp... Mapes" Hans Brinker. } .
anfor 'Atlantic City! N., J., when I \ -Scribner.Egglsston. ', :" ,

k !i 1e3will spend the summer; ,0 i j L. A. 'Morgan, Jr., made r a ;business, ,' Edward" .' .,'.. Hoosier school. ,:" \ ;:i;'. >'. 1': \LEWISTON '., ,
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11rsrthur 'R. Plan: Field Eugene, With trumpet and : ;
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arid daughter Evelyn accompanies 1. ;!rrm,-Scribner. // ,
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I ?jy a party of Moore Haven friends. Commissione1 Harris, Joel, C., Nights : \ -
:E. L. Stewart and .
: rEmus.iis: and his sayings, : .
'spent Sunday at Brighton.Miss ;songs '1,2. I '
} \V. C.' Hooker attended a 'call meeting : .J' .:".Jt'j'. .'f'" : '
Frances Tippey was -a guest I Incle Remus "-leturns-Houghton.: ; : ... Sunday MAY .6 ,
of the county commissioners Ii in ; ;f ,< : ? t. I
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of Mr. and Mrs Claude Down a t :Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 'i; ; .
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Mr. and Mis. E. C." Cole moved into business call' to Clewistpu, last Jean, Three, fairy tales 1 CANAL POINT VS MOORE HAVEN -
Monday. He is connected with th
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their new; borne ,on Circle Drive Heath, .
\ Ocnla Rock company.: Kingsley, Charles, The heroes ,I
Monday -I i i\T.F1:30 '
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Hubie Chesnutt 'and Tom Shupe. Sheriff Dan McLaughlin\ 'was in Kingsley, Charles, Water babies, ,. '. ,. \ ', ," I" I ..

were visitors to Clewiston Saturday Clewiston, on business, last Tuesday H reward the wake, Westward, ho!, '." ..', '"

j. i.ight. They l hail from Ritta. Macmillan ,/ \ :: "I
Jo W. W. Holland candidate for th Lam, Charles and Mary, Tales of CANALe-pOINT VS CLEWISTONI

office of sheriff of Hendry county -
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made a business call at our office l la '
children's110ur '' -
the Clewiston Motor company have H. W., The .- -
moved from Crescent- Drive to thefoimer Tuesday. and other poems-Houghton. I : : : AT 3 : 30 : .
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Cole residence on Arcade av-- Page, Thos. Nelson, Two little confederates .
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Ramee Louise de la, Dog of flanders -

Pat' Shupe and '' Herb Husband, I LIST OF BOOKS I The Nurnberg stove-Lipp in-

farmers at Ritta were the ,guests 1 .. cctt t ', "

"' ,cf. *A. B. Cherry and, Cy Antrim Sunday Move Is Sewall, : Anna, I Black Beauty .

i'-I' evening. v". :r Have First School Step To Dodge.Stockton, F., R., Bee man of Orn, ; : ;;'; .: /<.. > ,., rt :. .. .. :. .. .
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dinner Mr.\ and guests'Mrs E.Saturday C. Cole at had their as' Accredited Rudder Mrs. L'eek, Grange, 'etc-, Scribner.Casting. away of : :-..r'f y*?'. ,; : <:: .:,: ;/t-.l:>.:; ; ;:;::;';; ; '$?{ ::: ::V: !:. :;:.,; : ?:;. : .


_"llOP ( on'Arcade avenue'Dr., and Mrs. Anxious to have Stoddard' 'W.O., Little Smoke- ;' "
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,} .::It- .lr'V. Bispham and Mrs." M. E.' Ky- school placed on the state accreditedlist : Two Arrows-1\IacmlIlflU. I"'i: <:'j V' ,;' {:' $200 AN ACRE: PROFIT \ .

r" /:1 r oti. ,_ members of the Clewiston Par- Swift, Jonathon, Gulliver's travels, .

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West, Palm Beach where 5 he spent. '''' A 35-acre field and onions will :'
business. : 1 ( ,planted to potatoes return
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j Mr. and Mrs. Ed G.. Pfluge of La :, : ',-//o/ "- \ 'according to a conservative estimate by Charles A. : '. '

Belle were visitors in Clewistou last I :
\\eek. \ ,. 'r. j I /. Jackson, local agriculturist, a net profit of at least $200_
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4 on her return to Tampa. 1\1rs.- ", ( ) .: .. The figure .i is not what may be expected, -.next'e' \ : .
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ltickm2yer, who is building! in Clew- I inspection : :
Sliore r' der favorable weather conditions, but is based on an '
toil, will spend a few days in Tam- 'Lake". Tra-usporation .li ." I

t .Ifs; and then return: to her Indiana ". .. I I \ of the potato and <:>onion crops '.now.. 'b ing. r
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S' An Accidental Accomplice CABBAGES AND KINGS-i
Successor to The Clewiston Progress y : I

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'. '. 1. .y Copyright 1928, Doubcday Doran, A. cent ignorance'the solution 'of their
--- I We've always had the strawberries but withq... L. Jeffries bringingr \\1
.,. '. I' TOM SMITH, Editor i ,. Company ;J\ .- trouble had seemed to her perfectly in 22 head of Clewiston
I Guernsey! cows to, it begins to look? like straw- :

Subscription Rates ,-,," "::1 --, simple.' berries and cream. will be a common dish here. next winter;' fi\ 4

-I Mr. Strong, of course, she reason .: .
GONE BEFORE. J
WHAT HAS
67 mall outside: of Florida' By mall in' Florida. :- ed, had not realized the injustice i. -

One year' $2.50 One year' $2.00 I Carol Dare,' New York society de- having, her father In prison when lit We're glad to see Hendry Derendorf' back in town again, after a

Six months 1.50' Six months 1.09 butante about to become engaged to was innocent. She had often. seen tough siege in a Tampa hospital. Though' we admit its triteness, you can't

Threo months 1.26 Three months .75 Beverly Weeks, scion .of' wealthy keep a good ,man down. .
the financier at the opera, and while
family consults an Oriental to learn
Application for entry 'as second class la pending.NEWS' .. whether she will be happy. The mys she never had met him, she knew

PLATFORM ti'cn 'answer "Wait" puzzles her and that he was reputed to be a man o' After weeks of waiting for the Muse, our favorite poet 'Joe ZifTh i ,

1. Definite control of Lake Okeecli bee with water trans rtatlon. on the way home she is saved from culture, a patron of the arts, a power of Immokalee paid, two cents to Uncle Sam to get the following. to us: -' '

2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation aj d being struck by an automobile by one In the church, ,a gentleman.After .
Alsn Mason about whom she later "' ', .,. t
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concentration. of products. fnds: ''herself thing on the night of she had explained things to ..
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables; a..I her engagement dinner. him and had told ,him. how, her father '::, ._ A CANDIDATE '. ,. I,

other produats of this, regloa! to the northern markets.. Puzzled at her father's absence at was suffering she felt he would \

4. The ftl functioning of n cooperative marketing. \ association fo the dinner she learns later that he, at once procure her father's release .: Its a pleasure 'my friends to be with you tonight '
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both buying and selling purposes. S Banker Dare has, been arrested on a Planning a surprise, she had said ," To
help you to vote in that is
a right.
charge of embezzlement, and when nothing to Mr. Dare of her Intention, ". way I

she goes to see him at the Tombs but had driven directly down town My platform, I'll outline for you if you like. I',
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IN FLORIDA .....,
OPPORTUNITIES
_. she assists a prisoner, Benny Berg- on leaving the hospital. "
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: me guy's a certain third strike. I II
At this time, Florida has a population of approximately one and one mar to escape in her car. Now, too late, she saw how utterly ',

half millions or about the ,,same, a; that of the state of Nebraska or Mary. Benny gratefully teiis! her that her s?lly and foolish her ambitions had Education's a blessing I know very well '. t f

land. This is exclusive of a ttansient winter population that is difficult t
'' inconsiderable. This is also despite the fac t ,, greed-shriveled soul in its loathsome '. ." .
estimate but which is far from ." :.
My learning has been in the school of hard
I" Mkedness.: Although the Insults r. knocks.
of the state has been developed t that only an insignificant percentage goes see Prosper had
her
threats he had heaped on
anything like its capacity. The increase tin the population of Florida dur- Strong her father's business rival loft her untouched, they had brought .' (Voice) "Hard knocks is right-he means breakin'up rocks."

ing the past five years has been at a rate surpassed Iy.few. if any of the< whom she believes has forged tierfather's to her some comprehension of the When 'my father passed on and the old farm was sold' ,
signature. In t'he' meanwhile
in the Union. ,, _. titanic currents with which her father '
states ;
hev---, i ot I launched out in the world
nggs pastor t. Esthers is had run counter, and greater I though not very old.
the of Florida will in an I adjoining room when Benny
that
population
These facts warrant a prediction fears than ever for him possessedher. My wage to Mother so poor. and so lonely)
greatly increase in each five year period for the next 25 years at least. At pursued by a detective seeks hidingin ? .

of increase,' it can be expected to show a population of the same room and 'together they 'I .. (Voice) "He's slicing it thin, but still it's bolognas." <,
the rate
present hear Strong admit that he forged the Ignorant as she was of business details ,

about three to four millions by 1950 besides a greatly I increased number name of Carol's father to the Incrom- and of court. procedure, she Now I think!.:: you'll agree that my platform is sound. <:%

of winter residents. mating papers. sensed the truth of Strong's boast? y /
I've tried to be brief and to cover the ground.In .
When Benny asks Dr. Trlggs' Whether about l laywer, judge and witnesses.Her ,
agricultural state. It is also by nature a dairying '
Florida is essentially an he will admit hearing the conversation .- father's plight-their. plight : .' conclusion, when friends insisted, I filed. n

state and a poultry raising state. There are some. superlatively; agri- the minister says that he can low seemed more desperate, more ,

cultural states in the north for example, Wisconsin, but Wisconsinlike not repeat a conversation which' he hopeless than ever. And she was sr t (Voice despairing) "OhI r Fireman, Save my Child !I" ,

many of her sister states has' been' dormant agriculturally more than fifty, accidentally overheard.. lone!. If only there was some one

and ice while much whom she could consult-some one
blanket of ,
cent of the year, wrapped in a snow NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY.
per of the vhom she dared trust! Large swarm of bees stopped traffic for over an hour on a promi-
of the rich soil of Florida may be made to produce at any season year. .
nent highway in California Th "
; recently. '- bee carries a little persuader
the truly good state of Wisconsin as a "horrible ex- Blinded by 'her tears, she failed 1
taking
Again which beats any;, Took Out For The Cars'signs.. Jacksonville Times-

ample"we find her with the proverbial thrift of her German ancestry, Chapter Thirteen note the step ,down from the tru" Union.-Wonder if there were ''any visiting tourists in the cars 'who thought

canning the fruits and vegetables that she raises in that 50 per cent of the WHEN TWO TRYStrong building to the street, and, stumbling, they were about to be stung?

that in also and shipping it to other states at. a would have: fallen had Mason not
year and putting up cans rushing enraged out of his sprung forward quickly to assist her.

profit to the growers, a profit to the canr.ers_ a profit to the rail carriers office, out of the trust building, any- "Don't you ever look where you'ir I

and a' profit to the jobbers and a profit to the retailers. Much of this comes where to 'get away, to leave behind The steel work on the big sugar mill at Clewiston has been started

and vegetables comes from California the; accusing .eyes of the girl ,whose going?" he cried amusedly.She and the construction will be rushed along so that grinding of cane can begin -

to Florida and some canoe'r t her ... father he had ruthlessly rujnecl, looked up quickly, ,and as shy on November 1 1st. Florida will soon be dipping its spoon in its own
and proceeds to get out can
I to Florida. And showed in his glaring, almost maniacal recognized him there swept over her sugar bowl.,-Lake Worth Herald.

: openers and absorb the food on the tables of her hotels and homes. And face, the terribleness of the the unaccountable feeling of relief

said hotels naturally charge their guests roundly for this food and said wrath that possed him. and security that she had experienc

guests emit a wail about the Florida profiteers and again' Florida unjustly Accustomed for years to battle, to' a-. when she found berselC drag And talking about steel construction, would you say that we were

suffers. -- f erce- encounters: with .other money from the automobile's path. He wa"c "seeling" march, on other sugar-producing' countries. -
this is 'situation that cannot long'continue but while it big and powerful. '.
Manifestly a vo'.ves, he had won his way to the
classed the real "business I She conscious of a vagle"wish
does continue it can clearly be. among oppor- ton by remorseless warfare. Long was I
--'- and and organizations are' bound to. I' tnat she had some one like him to. -v :'
the United States men \
tunities"of a.gc he had cast aside conscience When Clewiston, gets big enough for an Advertising club, with the
sense the situation and awake some real profits in the process of its rectification. ideals,' pity, mercy, all 'the better impulses whom she could confide, her troubles, Associated Advertising club slogan, '"Truth In Advertising"' mind, we'll

For the present picture is as absurd as it would be for the stcelmitIs which every man has if he some one fit for battling against her, nominate Frank Richmann for president. Advertising one-third off
i coal in their furnaces and the only father's;\ enemies. Yet even as ...these'thoughts .
burn Wyoming
ti of Pennsylvania! to will, but use them. Strong's had been in his removal sale. Frank has carried out his promise even to, the smallestcan
reasonthat it exists is that the people of Florida have not found themselves came into her mind, the of paint.It is such that
a reign' of might, a religion of might! a spirit gives customers confidence in a local
commercially, .and literally have not come out of the dazed condition that a'' creed of might.' :&* hurst of courage that had upheld her merchant. _
with rapid influx of population, characterizing the real discovery thus far on her futile errand vanished 55 '
always ensue when{ 5 f' :
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But ,always before ]he hadupht '. S '...
of region. And Florida has only recently been discovered by before his reassuring presence and .: \
any been '
tl of America. / ( it had' with men, with she found herself sobbing out:, :." .' ,' ... ,. ,1 _
the people ;1 1ii ten'as cold, cruel, as '. Ball Attention (
as crafty as "Oh, that terrible, terrible man! I Players ,', \ I
))5f .. (aring as himself. To be brought to hate him." \ '. That strange looking fellom town you've'prob bly".:seen' is-shhnl I

buy at the zenith of his career by aweak "What man?" heJcried., ,-theysay a scout 'sent out, by Connie Mack I Ir '
MARKETToo
A WAITING girl, ,to be told to his very face "Mr.: Strong-Prosper Strong." \ : '0'

often a visitor after traveling by motor over the' state" enters a that he was a coward, a criminal: 'A strange vindictive look darkened .\ .

town or city and finding all the conveniences of the north wonders what while it had pricked him to the quick] tho young "man's face, and his The nearest thting we know to perpetual motion'''is'.:a lawnmower trying -

use the miles upon miles of land he has seen will be put. mfl'had unloosed the torrents of his ryes flashed bitterness at the men- 'to keep Clewiston grass cut. y -, .

larger wrath, I nevertheless it had left... him he .'x .... r ., ". '
bureau but ,
A recent statement of the state marketing answers :> portion t ion of the fin.ancier's name, .. .. \ .
of that! question through the publication of statistical data. '.'I .{owerless, defenseless. A mane-even held his voice steady as he said: ,..<,. \ '

For the needs of the people now living within. the state there are .'a soulless] money machlne'such as he "I don't wonder' at that. I hate Perhaps Dempsey j just imagines his eyesight is., bad.. because -there's no

needed 60,000 more farmers. had become-could not fight a girl. htm. Tell me," he commanded, catching big money in sight.:Florence '(Ala.) Herald. J -

These, farmers will naturally select the best land available, and thedecisionof In hid fury he had screamed out a : her 'arm,' "did he"-he hesitated .... .' ,

those who make a thorough ,study of the situation must be. the confession, admitting his guilt and betraying -"surely he has not dared to Insult ,-'..-- .r .

: Seaton's duplicity-though. ,
"
Everglades. >oa? "' you'zl'otic.ed i
Have how well those
", trees that Captain Duff orderedset
minute
If that were all there would still be cause for optimism, but continu- regretting his ..rashness the "Oh,'. no, no, no," she cried, crim- out doing. ;-
ing the. findings the marketing -bureau adds: the: words had left his lips. Upon: sOnfllg'*"it's I nothing like that.. It's :; arc

It will require in addition to these 80,000 more dairy cows, 100- I him then had come blood-madness. the despicable, cowardly, cruel thinghe J

i 000 more sheep, 200,000 more beef cattle, 400,000"more( hogs and an-. The sight of the girl's white face I has done to my father." .' 1 1 i 1
ether 1,000,000 laying hens. (drove him to such frenzy that with "Your father?" Close your eyes and picture Clewiston in ten years-wide, paved
difficulty he had restrained his de :streets lined with beautiful shade trees filled with birds-and bowing to
When full realization of these facts dawn on the general .public, Florida "Yes, my father, the banker, John
will be scheduled for another great era of prosperity. I sire to seize her, to choke her, to Rowland Dare." refreshing breezes from Okeechobce 7,500, ton sugar mill in bustling

crush her, to kill her. So he had t An understanding whistle escapedher \ ictivity, beautiful homes-a- big boat. or:: two making its way' across th'eake
from coast to coast-words fail "
J
us. .
fled.So companion as he looked at her '
diabolic the expression on
was
,- ROLL OF HONOR astouishedly. So this was who she .
: / his face as. he reached the street that -
was-Carol Dare. He remembered .
f Last year there were lynchings in only seven American .states.. Fortyone -' several passers-by! among them Alan njad of her engagement in, the pa- "A Sufferin' Person, Jacksonville" had the following published in

states managed to .get through without a' mob killing. Mason, paused to look curiously 'aft rcrs:: on the same day that her fa .P. H. A.' ',column in the Times-Union. -' '

By I itself, this isn't much to brag about..But progress is something to er him. The yuong workman had ther's arrest was announced, little I ,..-," .. .,' .-.':,' > :. -

brag about, and this is the longest roll of honor since lynching .statistics been so close that Strong, jostling suspecting that the girl was .the'\ one '. \-'.''J- / -_-. ,1 ',,", '""., r

have been kept. In no previous year were fewer than 39 states disgraced him in passing, raised a ready fist, who had been, so pleasantly in his ", '< : ,>,"" '. ,S. O. S. -Save Our Sleepcf ', / -\}
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by illegal executions. Can't we make it 40 this year? And then, who will and then, catching a glimpse of Ma thoughts ever since their brief enoullter. ". <

make it41 ? son's face, gave a start, let hiS fist (', > /. ': City booster, knock the rooster, ., '?". .. (3\\

Sixteen lynchings is a large number, but it is the smallest yet' recorded ,fall, and sped on, flinging back a "Tell me about it," he said gently. ",, ./, ; >f:. Knock him good ,and hard: .....: .< ;

save only for 1924 when, the same number occurred. 'Why didthis curse over his shoulder. "I can't -not here." .".,'; : Knock the bird that slays our slumber : .
f form of "Wonder what him ?" said ; : ., Knock his dirty yard. ':
insanity suddenly produce victims two years, later, in 1926? upset so As they talked she had been edging : "' ,'. : :' .
Ask the astrologers. But in Mason to himself, looking curiously! 'r'I. ...... _
1 1892 there were 155 Iynd ings. The 100 toward the curb, where her car : <:(: Knock the hen that splits our eardrums ./
.
!mark. of disgrace has not now been passed since 1 1903. Lynching is a' dying after the financier, whose fase hadb' was waiting, and already had her I .':!' : When she lays an : ;I.\4.c\:,
;. egg. ; 4 .. .
institution._ 'Too long it has lived.-Miami News. en made famous by the newspapersmost realized ,. ,
foot on the step. As Mason .'. ,; Knock the odors that offend us ..'
New Yorkers knew. he ::
: As ; .1
that their chat was fast approaching y.
.l c" Knock them all we beg. .
-, stood there wondering, he still :
'
r was all end, he struggled bravely to pr.o'- \ :<:
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WHY ADVERTISING PAYS '. more suprised to see emerging from Icng it."Perhaps. :. : .' (''." .City bolster, knock the rooster, .< i,::
the trust building, almost in Strong'svake help ;; -1 .. Knock him with zest t:,.F "
I might be able to a ,
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Plainly the newspaper Is a good advertising medium, because, 'In the : the girl whom he had rescue >ou." he 'suggested. '. : :; :. Knock the demon, all night screamin' :)1* :

first place all those who' read at all 'read, a newspaper. some time during ui the avenue. "It's hopeless. utterly hopeless. No- I ;; .,<', Who destroys our rest. ':'::. rv
the day. The 2,000 and more English What, wondered, :"'. ;'! % t
lanruage he was she doing -
in : -
newspapers this
country !vccly can help us. Mr. Strong is de- :' :. .
have, a total circulation oC more than 29,000,000!) readers daily, more than lown town-and, he asked: himselfnerplexedly *PI mined to keep my father in pris- ';:,; A desired delightful l city ,.. "' .,': '-..". "

2D.OOO.OOO.- papers bought and paid for bv a people who read; and demandthe why was she crying? cin." \ -I ": : You ,can never make ;. :
news of advertising ', As yet Carol had not her While this screarn n'yellin' demon J !
as well as the news of the world. seen i' "Nothing' ever i is hopeless.' There :
.
'. =, Keeps us all awake. : ; ,
workman friend. As
Newspaper she furiously
reading is. fixed nothing
a daily habit, and !Is so close I Ito id::; always a way out. If two people .\ .
-
a' as the particular newspaper of their individual' choice i *dabbed her eyes, her one though was are looking for it, they are more' aptto At 9 o'clock, at 10 o'clock, 1 11 1 midnight too 'p j
which they o get away from Prosper Strong'slfflce'
verily swear by.
find it"His
: This maniac, insomniac shrieks cock-a-doodle-doo. i
An advertisement is set in an atmbsPl.1ern of interest as quick as her feet could cary optimism, so convincingly expressed 'At 1 he 3 he 4 .
and action, crows, at 2 he crows at crows at ; S ,
her Her visit both
there had been
:among- things_ which 1 have just happened or are just about to' ]Inppell.e gave birth to new hopes in He crows at 5, he crows at 6, at 7 he crows some more.
Th "do it now" impulse fairly throbs out by the advertisement" set in T Mation.I terribly! disappointment and a rev- lively that he was honest. She knew, < f '

:such atmosphere I ; that is why' in alchemy of suggestion the with a great resolve. What if sIte From the near or distant ranches _
of
language ,
When her father, his hospita1ot
on
;'J1.} e leaden type is immediately transmuted into the gold of buying. i.ever had been introduced to' this Let our eggs be brought 4tr6..1, ,I
The still weak from the ( poison thzi man-this Avorkman. She felt 1nstlnc-l. Fowl I for fricasee or roastingFrom ( '. "! r \
manufacturer who advertises in the .....i
newspaper helps the > ;; _
relaile l'.3r1 endangered his life; had that -- l'
who handles his lively that he was hones. She knew, your fair and lovely cityf t '.'../;
products, and the retailer .
who ..
advertises in the inning, for the first time, explainc' ) \
as women always know, that he already Bar the poultry yard. i'
.. r... has a strong and a double pull on the consumer-Tampa hip arrest, telling her that it was be- was interested In her. :\} ,!

cause he had endeavored to thwar City booster, knock the rooster ; : :if'Knock Y

Prosper Strong's plans In her inno (Continued next week). : him good and hard,1. : } <:,

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FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1928 CLEW1STON[ NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA Page Five

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A, .
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.r: '-Jf POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS tvlll NOT be n candidate to sncrced K .
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:;;\ myself In 19J2.3Iy !; [ HENDRY GETS
1 11 J JI I '
I thirteen years residence In CLASSIFIED 1
: FOR CLERK OF THE, CIRCUIT
: i.t LnBcIIc ten of which I
;;:'i. ( years
.
l COURT $640 80 FORI AUTOMOBILE REPAIRINGLet
_. ,. was cashier: of the Bank of I.a ,
: i '. __ I .
: Relic) has enabled me 'to become I _

. fA I wish to announce to the votere of I I acqunfntrd( with values In Hcndry {I FAIRBANKS MORSE &. CO.

:.i .. Hendry county that I am a candidate I County. Jly experience as cashier I Engines and Pumpa SCHOOL WORK

t for reelection' to the office of Clerkof of the bank and also as railroad J Light and Water PlJ1ll't6I'

the Circuit Court, at the Demo- agent and telegraph operator for Cables and Ropes us save you money: .b'n. repairing your old
almost $400,000 to be distributed
,
cratic election of June A number of year will enable me I' Belting and Rubber Goods
Primary 5lht to do the clerical work connected Hoists and Feed' GrlLderr from the state department of Public car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled
1928.
Instruction to the1 various counties of

I will appreciate your ,vote and In- I w-Ith: If the the above office. platform appeals I MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. I Florida for the support of common workmen and our prices are based on the low

fluence. 911 First St. Fort Myers
II schools, Hendry county will receive
.
I to yon, and believe, I will ,
you
WILLIAM T.. HULL tfi $ .40.90 'according to Associated Press est possible working conditions.
I r !strictly adhere to it I will ap ,
I ; advices from Tallahassee thls week.
,i !predateour! ,; rote and Influence LET'S GET ACQUAINTEDI I ,
The distribution, totalling $395-
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i In the Primary Election.
J 406.30 represents the 'quarterly ap- Machine shop, acetelyn welding, all kinds of
specialize in Clewiston Properties ,
M C"I Very truly yours, lortionment of the. proceeds of five '.
I hereby announce as a candidate Everglades Acreage, large :mdI
I funds from which the department: is automobile work. i f'
for County Commissioner from District J. R. DOTY small Tracts. 'West Palm Beach I II :
now drawing for use In aiding the
' N 0. 3, subject to the June Pri. I Property, and Ocean Frontage. Some i iI counties to finance their public .. lI

"t mary. !i[I very attractive 'offerings for close I fund in the depositories over the I

H. L. DELANEYFOR I buyers.[; Glad to have your listings f!. state.

/ I,priced right.-M. H. 'LINES, 412 Ea-
FOR TAX COLLECTOR j The amounts received by the department MOORE HAVEN SALES CO-
tura Street, West Palm Beach. Flo
Ii TAX ASSESSOR from the five funds and
TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY .Licensed Broker.
turned to
over the counties
are:
J I I I 1 Mo. FORD LINCOLN FORDSON
+ Hurd L. Reeves announces for re- COUNTY: One mill tax, $130,893.12;' interest I

f election as Tax Assessor of the best FOR SALE-Household' furniture almost nn the state school fund, $29,996.34; 1!!. _.-.-:,:_ .I'

county' in the state. Let us all pull together candidate I hereby for announce re-election myself to the a I new, 'a re-al bargain. Box ,",6, .

. for the good of all parts .! office of Tax Collector. I want Clewiston, Fla. f2y2JSJ2J2J5J2JMEJc '1 1'r efalpl J efilefdla Idf 1 h PelaJ l J iP i1nPh 1 '

. \t' Hendry County. you to know that I sincerely appreciate FOR SALE-Piano. See Mr. Wagner, zlr

, If you are satisfied with my work i I ,the confidence you have Citrus Center..

,: 1 VOTE FOR ME on June 5th. I reposed. in me in the past ,and 2t. pd.l I

'c.) f' to promise that If reelected you

::" FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I will never June occasion to regret WATCHES. clocks and jewelry re

my candidacy same. I made similar paired at Alston's Drug Store by fey
; I wish to announce you a ?
;
DIs- C. L. Garner. First-class work. All / Extra o
': ; for County Commissioner from promise' before last election and

&&, trict Number 5, subject to the June can honestly do so agaln.I hare work guaranteed-Bracelet watchesa

W,f Democratic Primary, June 5th. tried to serve you as your servant specialty.DR. .

., r'J. p. HULL .to (the best of my ability and P. H. JONES: Dentist

... on account o'm)" experience In 1ri 7'a

.., '::1.1 '., FOR REGISTRAR I the office. know that I can glre Moore Haven, Fla. PAIR OF PANTS I

I wish to announce my candidacy you more efficient service in the I r

i '.-"; ,. ir County Registrar \ for Hencr/ future than I lime in the past. I will be in my office in Moore y S S1rt7 ,

'' >,t: County subject to the Democratic i I li) an king1 you In advance for jour Haven on, the following dales: ? <: \. :

a .'>_ June 5th. vote and support and with best April 9-10-11-12-13-14-30

t, .' J. O. CLARK r wishes for every one, I am, May 1-2-3--5-21-22-23-25-25-26
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Your friend, )
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COLLECTOR BUILDERS \
FOR TAX W. P. ANDREWS ; With your order for any suit of clothes we' :,

-J I ,wish t'Q announce my candidacy "
for Tax Collector for Hendry County I FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURTI Twentyfive years experience, letu3 ':., will give you an ". \\ r :: .

'".....'. subject to the: Democratic Primary, I i figure your job. First-class, work I ;[: j EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS FREE > v :
I hereby announce as a candidateTor at reasonable pric s. We know, howto ';
' June 5th. / :. 1 You select : \
until 9
; This order good May
,--.; the office of Clerk of Circuit I build-give us a. trial.A. your. ,.: ; ;
; .
JAMES. L. TAYLOR Court, subject to the June Democrat : : / suit and with it paii of pants yol like ..r
j I W. 'MILLER & BROTHERS, : "-,, any .. .:
ic Primary. Your vote and influence j I \ -
: 645 S MIAMI AVENUE ; -ABSOLUTELY FREE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE : I
will be appreciated.
> I J. A. FOUNTAIN .1 MIAMI, FLORIDA. ,
[ HENDRY .
i OF .1
TO THE PEOPLE ----- -- '
COUNTY SUPERINT' ; .. :5F you, have a lot in a desirable location -
FOR NDENT OF
P,. I hereby announco mys 1t as a 'and want to sell,. write Mc- 'I/O" DARCY DRY CLEANING &
I from PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONTo Cully. Give location;> and price in '
[;" candidate for Repiesentative

Hendiy County subjec to the actionof first letter., Quality Service Satisfaction -. I If@J
I 'Piimary. The Voters of Hendry County: --' n ,
the Democratic June I am a candidate for renominationto IY YOU have a watch 'you- can't get : ,
elected I shall ,
If'nominated and
>.,f < the office of County Superintendent repaired any where bring it to C.
the Rep.F
keep\ in mind the fact tha of Public Instruction subject to L. Garner at Alston's Drug Store.
F'' is the representative: of a 1 cJe Pefi.tt heJ eia.f.Ic.l ''Ufa-r! 1 cl le 1NPeii.lc.J J e1 'ct Ci e.he.irJ u'afe J J fe 1 PrJa rlrv1c.f i..i efu 1 .le fe Pr..f'r. ..he:. .
resentative : the action ,of the Democratic Pri- If I don't repair .it, it, will not- cost --. ..
*; the'peoplc and '"such 1 'liallrep
as
I fix them where
.one
mary in June. With assurance from you penny. I
k resent sections of Hendry County ------- ----- ---
all parts of the county that the peo- others fail. : .'-.'
to the very best of my, ability. -- .. -- II1I1I
.. record public
ple approve my as, a
'A your vote and" support;.twIll be ap HAVE 'clients waiting' for desirable ,
t>: servant, I rely upon their' suppo-: i
lots at a reasonable price. If you I
Kgzi'f'V
predated.T and trust case with them. VOTE FOR
..T. Respectfully my ED. G. PFLUGE need mo'ney, write McCully. How ,, ...::, ;:: .. .: .. :; :/. 'rh" + i
',' : '. :"
r about
LOUIS GRAVELY your equity. \ ; I Ii
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:: .! Pd/P. A. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR SALE 200 White Leghorns. /i/:/ ; ; : :W.N. Henderson :, /;:/ i

-- Cheap for cash.-Address Box B, ;. _" ;'j (:'" j' ..f..?

SUPT.. PUBLIC, INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. ,3 ,. Clewiston News. It. pd. i :- \ ., .:..' :i' ;! "

. l\ ( .:; >? ;,::< ,, L >', \ .. < ;;:" ; .: : ,
:' that I am a FOR REPRESENTATIVE i
I wish to announce : ,
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candidatefor .; ,4 : .. :
.< candidate for the otfice of Super'intendent -. I hereby announce- as a I ''hereby announce for reelectionas ., \' .... '....':J.,.'., OR.County ':' .. ,. .. ..... .- ,-

.;.:. \ of Public Instructitn, Hen County. Commissioner" to from the June District your Representative from Hendry ,' '" '. :. -r 4 :: ':>:''' >''! .; ,<. \:: /'" '-'>' ': ....:.. ', I'I
Number 3. Subjest ,
':- dry County, subject to 'the Democratic County. Subject to the Democratic o.. : ".;'.. ,

., Primary in June. If elected I will Democratic Primary. Your votc and Primary June 5th. Your vote will be : <. ;" :.<' ; .. :, ,. .. /II
influence will be appreciated.DREW I \
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... conduct the office on a business ba :appreciated; < : ., <': Judge> ''I
HAMPTON ,-
GEORGE 'M. HENDRY .
sis. :; .." ... .. .,?.1 .
E. L. STALLINGS. \ ,.' ': ,.,- ., '.' .t.. !
ANNOUNCEMENT
Pd. '. FOR, SHERIFF, '! .. '4 ::. There A 'Reason ) .'
r! ,: \ I hereby announce as a candidate is I

for the Office of Supervisor of Registration ;I : : :. .. :. : \. } .
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FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby'announce myself as a of Hendry, County. Subject : I .' I .- '..v' J. ." ,' .'.' w,, f ffvMy ,
candidate for re-election to the of-: to the June Primary. Your vote and : '

/ I wish to announce to the voters fice of Sheriff of Hendry County. influence will be appreciated. I 0:: ': : Qualifications! ;- I
of Hendry county that I will be a II ;; ; ; /
I Subject to the Democratic electionon ALICE CURRY. BAILEYFOR .
candidate for Representative In the .. i : : .
June 5th. If elected I will serve '
: '
'
Democratic Primary of June 5th. If i I { : ; .
COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
you in the same manner as I haveIn i' .> >1// i I
nominated and elected I promise to the past. Your vote and influence District. No. 1 (Clewiston) I i :. \ ,. .
give my full time; 'and devotion to -J' I : '
, .
will be appreciated. \ A': the b .,' :
the Interest of the entire .) qualified man on j o 'I
county. D. L. MCLAUGHLIN Believing\ that District' No. 1 j I(, ::1 -','!, ,,.)"' .; '
J. E. BEARDSLEY .,-- (Clewiston) should have more active J :. .:': .' _' 'J '.

: \ FOR SHERIFF representation in the county, I hereby J! ..: \. : ''.... .. .r f .- I
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ANNOUNCEMENT, announcemy candidacy' 'fort I I II : r'' i

To the Voters of Hendry County: I County Commissioner from this dis !
1 To The Voters of h'endry COU.'!yi r
i I, Florida. I hereby announce myself a can- trict. |\' \ Administration, of office without fear orfavo'I, 'I

didate for County Judge of Hendry Almost five years farming In this i I .
M
r I 'hereby announce .'
t myself as a County, subject to the Democratic section have equipped with j :
me a
[ ((9 i
f candidate for Sheriff of Hendry ,
5. Your vote will be "
Primary of June knowledge jof the real needs of the \ .' ..
county Florida, subject to the actionof appreciated. community. . I \

the June Democratic Primary. If W. N. HENDERSON "Your -
support will be'ustiied.. -
nominated and elected I promise to r efficiently. .
r of office work
; Conduct .
do \ .. S. H. DAVISADMINISTRATION : \
my duty as your sheriff. .
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
I will appreciate your vote and. DISTRICT NO. 1 (Citation) i r' I '.

"'.: support.. .Respectfully .. .., : \ :,\,-. .,'. ,.;
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W. W. HOLLAND. -; I hereby announce for re-election IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '.- .. .. .. .". :: '. I
II'
HENDRY COUNTY '
I as a candidate for County Commis- S
I
.: FOR TAX ASSESSOR, sioner from District Number One. 1 NOAMI ESTATE. CREWS OF ". +\, Familiar with the office *ork'j:: I I

will continue to serve you as in the By The Judge of Said Court. : ,
I hereby Whereas Ida Crews, has applied : : iS
'vt announce mjself a past. ** '
,
L candidate for the office' of Tax W C. HOOKERS this Court for LETTERS o Ii' ADMINISTRATION > ', ,: ', :' ;
;: .
r Assessor for on the Estate of I t :1" : ; '
Hendry sub.cct'
county
.
> :
r' NAOMI: CREWS, deceased late or : : .
I.
to ,
r. the will of (the voters at IOES repaired while you wait.Tacked" said County of Hendry. I : f. <
the Democratic Primary Electiqu: These are therefore to cite and ar1 '
)
: or sewed, cement, or anyway "
I 4: to be held June &5th, 190 6.I I colored section. Dr. J. ...L. monish all and singular the kindred !I i A professional i man for..a>professional. position.

I I If elected I projnisc (with the" TAYLOR, Clewiston Memorial and creditors of said deceased to bo .,:; '-: .' .. .: .: '
aid of .. and appear before this Court on 07"
: the board of "
equalisation) ; .- '
Shoo ; : .
Hospital. before the 14th day of May, A. D. ', -
to l/ .
equalize the .
'f assessments of 1 mo. pd. 192S and file objections, if any the- I
taxes in with'tl12 ., ...
accordance
"aluc have, to the granting of Letters o .. !
r of property aSKcsscd.I Administration on said estate, otherwise c ,

1 further promise) that I will the same will be granted to '\ '"

not try to t homestead the office LOUIS O. GRAVELY Ida Crews, or to some other fit person -

by lngfaHJrItism or persons. ... J
In the assess. ATTORNEY AT LAW \, .
Witness my name as County Juri-
meat of .taxes for the purpose of Bank of LaBelle Building of the County aforesaid this the 9th

building up n political machine LABELLEf FLORIDA --- day of April, A. D. 1928.. ..
to assist mo In re-election. Inother I PRACTICES Louis O, Gravely...; W. N. Henderson Advertisement. -
... IN ALL COURTS : > I (Paid Political )
words X pledge. mj word of Attorney County Judge. I
..I BOTH STA TE AND FEDERAL
honor that if elected In 1928 I !5t.
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FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1928 CLEWISTON NE VS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA PAGE 7




,,1; ; ( Candidates Outline Platforms At ZewistQn 'Meeting I





tions are. The. idle talk" on the corners steel in. A man who is known not ty holders and- influenced by outside
{ LOCAL RESIDENTS HEAR COUNTY HURD REEVES
or under cover never amountsto 1.)0)))' in this county but all over' the men who are interested In only one
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anything. If a candidate Is afraid state. One who has won the hearts thing. "Getting their taxes lowered

: POLITICAL CANDIDATES TELL OF LEADS IN .R ACE to: come out in the light and give of Ms"( fellow man by'his actions and as much as possible." This faction

J !'e facts to the people, Instead he ability to make and keep friends. has been in power in ear city affairs

< PROPOSED ACTIVITY IN OFFICE FOR TAX ASSESSOR llt es his political friends to'work for His duties to his office and the fact t"1I'" their work as tax ;assessors has

; him he is sure to prptect them If. that he Is working for the interest been felt among our citizens. It you

'. lie is successful in the race. We real of the entire county helps IQ make are in doubt we request that you demand -

,;1 He dry county political candidatesat I As the primary is only a few weeks ::.e that until this year we have had him popular. His political friends the city .books'and the figures

the Invitation of the Clewiston Oilier County fair at Everglades: away, politics are beginning to move .to paper in the county with policy.r vsn though they defeat him In thecoming will speak for themselves. I believe

? Woman's club last Friday night out- Howard C. Ketrlng candidate for In somewhat a fast clip. Men who -. Influence. Our slste/r city Clew primary Who are his Political that< I can safely say that Hurd L.

I lined at a political meeting In the 'he smo office told of his 30 years arn sure' of defeat are using every: ';on has won such a paper and: its friends and why do they want I Reercs will be elected by one of th!

auditorium of the Clewiston schoolplar1s '., public service and 'three :years in effort possible to defeat their oppon influence Is being felts, all over th'- hm defeated? After ,a careful canvass largest majorities ever given a candidate -
ents. Various plans are being used county.. Those boys are' going after In Hendry county.

L. Rev In W.their T. Bailey various presided platforms.at the TT"iidry: county and' promised an ac- :.nil lunch eds of voters over the cings and with their experience ix> of the entire county I find a The conduct of his office will

meeting and the speeches were interspersed '>e administration If elected. county are beginning to wonder what the field are helping to make Hen: mall faction In LaBelle who are hlc' stand for itself. The men who are

with selections by the I Ed G. Pfluge, present superintend- the outcome will be.I nry cpunty a bigger and better Y place, enemies. Men who are large 'proper- I (Continued on page 8)

Clewlston Glee. club under :the direction : nt. of public instruction and candi- believe that the press of ..thecounty to live in.There .

of Edward Bailey.L. .rte: t for reelection gave a brief! Is the place to let the people is, one candidate i ip. .the coun- ,
Sou- ( know Just .what the real condi rv, race that citizen i Is inter-
0., Gravely, candidate for rep- fJtH'tch of his early education In I every

resentative was the first speaker and !hern Michigan, his years of oxperi- \

I : in the five minutes alloted him, he : r.ce as aneducator an d his activity I ...... \'

put before the voters six .planks o! .n superintendent' of 'public' !instruc- t I II' SUN MON TUC WED TMU PTh SAT .

his platform as follows: 'inn; since the forming of Hendry 'T I '

j.\ Reduction of taxes through 'opposition ""nnty in 1923. He outlined the V. I'I'I _

t to any action creating useless "-owth of the Hendry'. county schools!"! 678910 The

and additional jobs. ""ir>! explained that both the ,junior ,f '

Good roads, including a north and nnrt senior high schools of LaBell I II "

s-cuth road through Hendry county ."., accredited both by the state and DANCE f Book

l.e Southern Association of Col-11
j I from Glades county to Everglades : z s.
I and Tamiaml Trail. ?"cs. Plans to increase the Cfewistonhool I I oi '

l ,' / .. Revision of the game and fish law -<- were also explained by Mr.

) i to prevent the wanton destruction of "Huge who said that there will h I I-I Thrift J(

; junior high school here next year.C .... I ,
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J. Richards,- candidate for t* : > .
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...'.' for county and state schools and 'en ime? office based his plea for elec-' ,tAt" \ : i t:' ,
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dorsement of any: legislation to help M cooperation with the teachers : : Veterans Glub'v .
the farmers and cattlemen. -''.rl advocated the employment of i '( : ; : :

blli '-ply: those teachers who have first : : ; I.I I. r.
Introduction of it a :
making
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felony] for any board of county; commissioners r nde certificates. |: .i:. .,l/: / : > { lent place for our ice man and he will
A candidate for reelection, Kurd
to pass any appropriation I I ; ; leave the full quantity of Ice as required.Now .
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'In executive session or behind closed Reeves, county tax assessor, point. that's simple. No waiting, making

doors. : ...7 to his record in office since 1923 ;i! ,'fc' ;.' :. v change or loss of time. \ '- "

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Approval of the improvement to plaiuing that his policy has been' 1SAVE
I" Get your book from one of our drivers
tot to .
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penalize enterprise .by '
I the Caloosahatcb.ee) with a view to : 'CLEWISTON ':
heavy taxes newly im- INN' or at our office.
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encouraging the enactment of any -
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'; ." measures to assist the federal government roved property but to make assessments 1 ..' ,I. ." .. .': Buy your ice from the wagon or truck .'
in the most equitable manner.Mv. '
I in the river improvementwork. with the orange oval emblem.
\ Reeves, a veteran of the twovrs t (, ; v >)

.' Hendry, the present repre; : .* told of his coming to Hendry .. } v----v::. :; u:% ";:' : !\t'1-- '::;;,': :?t : f :; : :,>,.
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l; telling! of early, times in, Hendrycounty. : J. R. Doty::> present mayor: of La : '..Wednesday May'9th" r FLAVOR WITH ICE ,' a, >:
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and political opponent of Mr, .'
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Heaves has his 'main :
and 'the fire as plank, a I
Everglades drainage, ,
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hazard In the Everglades were the horough knowledge of county condi- M1 .
'tonsd! He also said that he to. j" '; .. ;:
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candidate for representative !
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I to speak.: 1 I;' reelection at the exp'lration of ."I""T';;: \ O DOLLARS : i 4Tht rlTrtuu I
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.,. by the two .earlier peakprs William T. "Tom" Hull, clerk of! I t' .;. I. I 'j'! '" : "';

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heartily. in favor of schools, having "iiT a s1iOfftaut"'p} 1'0 In fs d IIII'I I : '.. .::

assisted in building the.. first school : continuation. of untiring service.if .<.. I \ ,. ;
;. teaching it thesecond rode cted. I "":-, ,. '.. .-:
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I J. A. Fountain, oppo'sing Tom Hull l '> .' '
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J 'l' In conic&tion 'that with he roads has, 'been the i told irton of before his formerly he moved living to Felda in Clew-' anc'r'romised ? I \ .. : ... ., ..,' r'i.: : i-\. ..<, '. ',:J. :.,, 'f:; ,"'.';' >:,. <>,,:',. '. '\:,;
speaker explained .J' -;"" 'I' (:C; ::1..' ).< .\ 1.'Il\\. 'Ji""'" : (, .,.) \ '. .... 1
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working 1U19. 'for a' cross. state rout"j since i '. of."elected." I r ::;r"X: }, ': ;' /;;fNf!;: : f: ": ; : : J

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"There is something wrong 'with I I I Andrews candidate \ j ,ro .. Z" ,.. ....... .:,. '.. <, ,
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said I i'or' reelection a scounty.; tax .collector : Shop Early'
law, he I
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the present game : ;
"!;Iu t I. am frank: to admit that I do I 'old of the work of his office since ; \ T ;
1923"and!) explained! that the: state had : :
not yet know just what is wrong H,1: ,1

with"Everglades it.'. However drainage it must," be he revi.sed.continued :I 'ound, ,his books/ in excellent condition J ; ,c: ii;,:,... .. : m'A ty; : :


"is still the biggest problem we James A. Taylor political opponent :'J ,'.. '. .:} : .
:are facing in the Everglades. The >f Mr.- Andrews. In asking the' supportof \ '"',..:. ;v..,;,,'I' '.' r.';. '.\ t.:.' TH'.u.. S \ '.<'.'!'I
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matter is not yet settled despite -'tha the voters promised a thorough .5. t't' (; : ( ,
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, ,. recent decision of the courts. I Judge W. C. Richards, candida'terqr '>. .", .' ,' /', :..'".r:) ;...:,,: ':;'i
think I am well qualified to speak on .' 1 .I "
for the office of county judge told ". ''i.j
drainage since I have lived here ; .' "
tl of his early education, his years its '
elate :
the 14 and fully
past years appre J ::1'I
a school! teacher recbrd
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and his '
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the importance of an adequate Just Received
he county judge I .. 1"/
1 drainage program to the future of the was of Hendry county ': .
Everglades." I having been .appointed to that office WE THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS OF CLEWIS- ", .

f" "Another Important matter which by the governor. < j

I'crests' us greatly. here is the fire I County: Judge W. N. Henderson, New Summer. TON AGREE TO CLOSE OUR PLACES OF BUSINESS : ;
I II presentincumbent and
hazard. The law this point un' candidate for .
questionably needs on changing}: ,[ reelection held that a man to efficiently :... .... EVERY THURSDAY AT NOON DURING THE ,. ..A

J j "You people have seen many fires I discharge' his duties as. county; Patterns InMen's : : :

K Kf f during the past year and we know)i judge must have" a thorough knowledge : ,::' ;Ji, >. MONTHS OF MAY, JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST.il& .

i that there is a law against the starting -' of law, and promised if electedto :'...', .'. .t "::1.:":..>.' '
continue to ,..'. ,;
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administer his dutiesto Suitings.Have ,.. ,1':
i of these fires. We have efficient ."'. ;. :
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and there not ability.S. "
/ire/wardens yet was \ I ,
one single conviction during the pasty H., Davis, candidate fpr county .. ;..:

Surely there is solution to1 I commissioner from the Clewiston Your Clothes ... '.' .. I .
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if you choose to send me to ,the legislature based his plea for support on his :" : .,

." stated desire to more. actively represent B & B Cash Grocery : '
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f had heard of the I I Sheriff Dan McLaughlin who plan- .....L j; .. J. R. Alston'i
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I farmers and heartily endorsed plans fic at the Collier County fair in Everglades .- ; : ,I'a C .' .,
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It" Miss Alice Curry Bailey 'candidate : J' :
1'or. superintendent of registration; Wfcm I had worked recommendedme. .; .. ,: Clew>IS ton Barber Shop > I
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explained that since other candidates I ;..- .
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; IIfJtL, meeting she would not go into a dis- tho directing of traffic and sp was / ..;..;,\ .
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t, hut 'promised the voters to work to, .
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people at meeting hereAfter {f' :
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her ability of elected.
I each of the candidates had Frank Richman, Mgr. V .'
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intendent of 'public' instruction was eddressed the voters, the meeting : '

unable to be present 'as he was connected dosed with the singing of. "Amer ",.:. '. ,- ," ., .. .,. ', .. ,. .. :'., .- :' .' .
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FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1928

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Executive SeesContinuance Straw, Ballot the old age mark and feels that ii h HENDRY GETS and interest on public fund In banks, I of the equalization fund being& distributed -' ...
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elected and can get a few '
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Of Voting. Heavy ahead he will be able to live on $640.80 FORSCHOOL semi-annually{ to 9the Dm-
Portions of three qf'the funds, the '
of his WORK I mon school to enable the latter to
Brisk Business street for the rest ,
In, West, End an easy ,. gas tax Interest on the public fund /
hte"Wihy does ho say that ho wii I''fa banks and the one-quarter mill operate for a minimum period of

not be a candidate in the next ..electton (Continued from page 1)) tax are being turned over to the time. ._

.(Continued from page: 1) (Continued from page 1)) : ? Boy there Is a nigger in th I one-cent gaailine tax, $215,428.26. I higher institutions of learning for Hendry county's apportionment. -- '

ap soon as we can make a man un- Supt. Pub. Inst. wood pile somewhere.We quarter mill property tax, 818.082: bi.IIding purposes and to the creation was $640.90.

cterstand the principle of house insulation -, .a.: L. Stallings 62 72 134 We you to stop any city commissioner I!

) Celotex is sold." Ed. .0. Pfluge 25 32 57 and ask him who authorized .
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The value 'of this logic Is seen in I[ Clerk Cir. Ct. the audit of the city books an I

a arallel case where for the past !;' Tom Hull' 26 "1 58 84 under what condition. i

few years, aviation interests have I I|I j. A. Fountain 41 50 91 (Pd. Political Anvertisement) I

centered_ .n. __ __ thelr'acth'lty'_ ___ making: the 1-
( County 'JudgeW. '

imMlc 'air-minded'. C. Richards 6 22 28 FOR REGISTRARJ. ,
The success of the Celotex com :
,V. N. Henderson 75 77. 152 : A'
pany's plan is seen in the next state CITIZENS -
Tax Collector !
ment of Mr. Kearns who said that ,
Bill Andrews .31 .30 61 O. CLARK \ ';," ,
n-arketing; of Celotex. Is solely a matter )U ,. '( \ I I
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/ James! Taylor 64 93 157 I
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"During the past year / '. .
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J. P. 'Hull. (Felda l ) 24 34 58 I, 7\ ,r I 'h". :' '( ', ,
"we were able to get >only 52per I. \
from domestic, '11 L. Delaney 40.. 30. 70 '
cent of the bagasse I -
_sources, with the balance imported 'r. Hampton 10 15 25 FOR REPRESENTATIVE ..
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from, Cuba. W. C. Hooker\ 19. ,. ', 18' : 37 I. :Your Poll-Tax Must Be Paid MAY '1 2th
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"In March, for every working day S. H. Davis' 0 0 .

there were 1,000,000 feet of Celotex !1. F. Johnson* '2 0. 2 J.; E. BEARDSLEYD. 1 ,
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sold, or a total of some 26,000,000feet Sheriff "'

for the month was the best McLaughlin 77 .G4 141 I : :

month we have had." ">,,' \V. W. Holland 18 34 .52* O. GRAVEL ) '

An example of the'recognizedalue I Hnrd< L. Reeves 7.cf76. 145 .: :: Tax Collector Will Accept Tax and :.- .. .

of his product was cited' bMr J. R. Doly' ..24.. 20 44. J .
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Kearns learning who of said the proposed that the Ford company I .,J' GEORGE M. HENDRYFOR I. < : '' : :}i.j.Register i.j.

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plant in Tokyo to get: Japan the business., sent a representative I,,i Jclition t ..t now i I' -. than.'' at the;. Canal. .Point.- TAX COLLECTOR< : ;: : ;. / .' : : '.;. :: : "


"The contract ,has just been closed jpme and he :'is, confident of. victoryi ,- : ':
Japan three days and after several the carloads man landed of' celc :in- i, over It. Canal CanalPoint Point whips Sunday.Moore.'Haven BILL .'ANDREWSJAMES I y : ::i::.:'; : : ';" /t ': :f ::;:}; :

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tex will be used on the 'roof of the in the first game, all that remains '. : : ::1 ii* }; : <;; ,;. :1BJ; :: ;k'.'..

plant." : : :" ',. .J.', 'r'! :' ;';, .. ,. ,. ... .. .,' t i
tor the" Cane Crew to retain their I If I ., : f '> 4 '4 : } :' 'tr. ;; ': ; "'I>l-">:--, : ': '.' .. ... '; --f:: :
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Asked in how many foreign countries ( prowess is to batter the Canal Point '. TAYLOR. .. .. ;....':\:. .. : j ..// ,. ', ':, <(i :( ; '' ; : ; f;: ,i': :: ,f ;;: :: i:.; .; / ;';,;'co: : '. '.' .":. ':';, : :':F' \:: : .
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Ivoarns sounded the progressive note header.'This: .will ,make. them the i"\ '.FOR TAX ASSESSOR, :;: : /t; MAY 1 12 th :! I' -
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organization when he said: unofficial baseball champs of .the ,, i I Ii' : > : .
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countries when I, left Chicago: a few I[I Hrorglades Although, an unusually. large turnout ) KURD L. REEVES: I ., .

fays ago. I don't know what!. it is I is'expected,' Manager Jim asked I II .< I (a+
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t that every resident of. Clewiston be I ,. 1"t.

In regard on Florida to ,the the, northern executive viewpoint said- I on hand to cheer the Cane Crew to J. It. DOT J.' ', ,4 ':. ':: I ) FAIL TO EXERCISE TOURuestion '

Prosperity! : will return to this state. I victory. starting i :(; t> / I
I i On Sunday May 6, the j I' .'. '
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financially minded people of '- FOR COUNTY COMMISIONER r ;" .
I lineup for Clewiston will be'ns follows / .. '
MP north know of the inherent vir- : < IL1
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vvl;I! Sims-second base. District t.FRAN '
increase. J. P..HULL .Felda .I CHI '

Mr.: Kearns who will be I in tlewis'on I Whitten-first base. l : r '. Ei'i' A Y ; :. : :Will
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Douglas-center fielder. ,' ;' r..- ,J ,, .r -t : \ v
for about ten'days is a t \ :" \ \. (' ; .: .,-": L ,' ',''..::, .. : .
ni the Clewiston Inn.v guest'l,I Cothern-left fielder. H. L. DELANEY, Dist. No. 31 31I J ': : : : A r '<( ; *'iit.ft*$ "
I Crouch-right fielder.. .; i.Lockett i. I': i l ; :1 J:., : ; { ::: : :\&; \ f.A11! \{ : :: : &: : .

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._ hibit. Have given this exhibition my Hurd. L. l Reeves { = ?
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v/orking night and day this past I Iy ( Leads In> Race -l D. HAMPTON, Dist No. V 7-= \ ( _. K _0i' # '.._

'1: week. -, ,, 'j 'Fcr Tax .Assessor I It '!]I mffim! la'rr mmmjf. .mmm.Iill"c.rC.Ii\J. ; ..JPefrlulf.,,- e PrJ' i fr.mJg( t ur (aPerrl] ;
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d't. Yours respectfully) :," I J i FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUS.I 'I _F

1 E. L. STALLING,, fighting him in LaBelle are always aii1 : Ti< !2J
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.1 before the equalization board seeking; 3 ... L or utdpors,
1i Work Is u reduction in their taxes. A tax as- 3 : c. < :, .1
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BuddIng'I ::' commissioners p.ssIpon::! ]fir B3 Ba ; ;::
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I t.On In Civic. Center I i von :. Why are these men 'fightingYoar I '.,: : '*'"',i Whether: the month ..be January, and a- stiff breeze -is beckoning. .:sailing] enthusiasts. '" r

\ ; j .. FFIiUGB \ Ela > .(". .;''; t.to' Okeechobee or whether it be 'May and a warm' sun bathes ,the country in its effulgent -: I.
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I rays the call or'ou'tdoors is always present 'at Clewiston. .
three: apartments
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)u I! "and bath and modern in Man FOR. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK '
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t1 i, tail. i I!:; I .;i.\ \y GUJ'sts at the Clewiston Inn in terming it one of .ihe bost; 'have:takcn this fact I

11 I Sirs. W. A. Hopkins I 3 into, consideration and have : remembered the opportunities offered at't the
of St. Louis t .Inn 'for ,
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WILLIAM\ T. HULL i "
'ovner of the A Safe Man '4 '' outdoor entertainment. .
', _property is also cone ; I( '/ -. / -' "' ,-,: ''. 'w
sfderiug! plans for the construction of i "Y;.. I ;. < "\ .. '
.1 l tyro oth'e'r units which will be 51111- J. A. F.OUNTAIN.' : ; .,: "All we deed is the inclination*' said \
i i A Man of ACTIONGeo. : : \ a recent guest referring to tb.2 fact' that f

I iiar to the building;' now under cons : ,, .- >l : :;',' 'ict _only have tennis courts been constructed Iut nets balls! and raccucis: arev furnished .1

srruction. I '. \ ::. ,:.;: / prospective players ; not only has a miniature golf course been laid cut but .
An interesting angle of the an- FOR SHERIFF i a'1 clubs I are available at the Inn desk d

i ouncemeut of the construction of 1 n j[a i't'/: :: : ,
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the new building is that Mrs. Hop- / r' : "
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golf
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Having visited [a > ; ,}> '" These facilities making it possible for the transient 'or to'I- )
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Clewiston a yearajro .t permanent" guest an- C
D. L. MCLAUGHLIN ., /', '. .'. I .->:< l. swer the call of outdoors' lie Clewistoh : I
she kept informed of the" prog 1 { :: :'. ; are .making ,'Ian one of the.'most. popular: hotelsin \.

ve-Bs being made and'before leaving \. .'- [I ; ., '"v..r.\" : -) the, '' J' -. ,. -- '- '\ '. '. ''."' ,
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Arriving here at noon., she was .V. C. nICHARI5"J. .' : I 'f!
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following afternoon, she announcedher ,' N. HENDERSON, i I T' Ih'
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Pc-int:' diamond two weeks ago. .:. A13GARS: ::: [[ ) :: .. : .

Manager Jim Beardsley Is confiiinii y y: 'i' [s t""'r 'r'', y. I .
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