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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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JEt' W' S RESTAKIN< CANAL ,POINT IS i: 150. 'Carloads 0f1I .

,. 1 .1 I:1 I Steel Received Only Three Local Residents -
'I S .STARTED 0 EASY VICTOR IN
TOM SMITH S I At Sugar'. Mill Listed; Others
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., .' : PRESETRDE 1 DOUBLE MEADEfi --- Northerners. I in-

More than; 150 carloads of material pressed .With 1< Needs
Building under or planned %
way hs .been delivered to the site of the
I.. -durlng month of April in Clew- .Here. ;
the ..' verti ( new 1,500 ton a day sugar 'mill now -
Be A d Clewiston '
: .,'' iston : totalled. $97- Bids To ; And Mcore! t.;
.'imder construction, it was -announ .
:; April, I 000. according to Imnlediately>< And Haven Lose ; Second i, eel yesterday.' by William G., Ames, Construction activity In this community -,

.' Building. -. .figures. released'by tual Work S tar It e Game Rotten Says Old- I consulting engineer for the Southern. :: during .the past month, i U'-'.

+ v. the building com : Sugar company in, charge of mill. con eluding buildings under construction:'
60
. '' mittee. This does not include two of Within Days. timer. stru cUon. '
: and completed, showed a total investment -
'. the major projects ,in town. the sugar Steel work Is progressing} steadilyand
of the Work of restaking the Palm BY OLDTIMER of $97,000 and added '
) mill and the new home bulky mill machinery in the approximately :;
uilding Material company but con- CJcwiston-Fort Myers highway Last Sunday was Visitor's's day in 70 new rooms, to the e
form 'of giant clarifiers is beginningto
sists mostly of small homes, stores Clewiston to LaBelle was Clewiston, as far as ball games are ,roll .to the site. Several more community, a survey.conducted. 'by to

rl and apartments. Although it Is a this week and contracts for; the. : concerned at least. A three, way double the' building 'committee o'the townv i
trainloads of the heavy machinery is
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l.: sj step( in the right direction, the main surfacing of the new road will I header was scheduled and duly expected next week. -. I bhowed. Six new stores and seven

ti. oblem-that of providing homes awarded within the next 60 days, executed, 'Canal Point, Moore Haven new apartments wero also included::.

for the mill workers-is not yet solved cording to advices received hero me1 Clewiston taking part in the These figures, it was explained, do,

t and. the opportunity is still pres morning. fun. The boys from around the lake VETEPtANS STAGE not include construction activity on1.

tent for. the, builder of small medium. The grade has been thrown, up scrambled out ahead of Moore Haven the new sugar mill where more than

:" .priced homes for these workers. more than a year actual In the first game, two to one, BOXING r,1ATCH t 320 carloads' of material have been.

r f work it is said will be. started fond breezed through to a nine to received to. date, or the new home
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4' Through the efforts of the Veter. soon as the. necessary' time for nothing victory against the l locals in at the Clewiston Building Material

[ an's club of Clewiston this, community vertising for bids has expired. the final spasm; FRIDAY NIGHT company. .....
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.:. will be offered With the grade already thrown The. first ball game was a ball i, Although the largest item on the

this will shorten the time I I month's list is the $30,000 dairy .
I Bouts At boxing exhibitions game, with accent on every syllable. for:
k 'Clewiston throughout the summer fcr: the' "completion of the work Johnny Suggs and Lee Mansfield 36 Rounds of real FightI O. L. Jeffries, Ohio dairyman who",

*;.-. the first card the contracts will provide for J fought a great pitching duel, only ing With Morgan.n is shipping' a herd of Guernsey cows;"

surfacing, bridges and culverts. here,, the bulk of the total' consists -
't 1 to be given a week: from tonight. seven bingle being garnered off .Main Go

.' Since the local ex-service men are 'I 1 According to unofficial their r deliveries .during the wnole \ of new homes, stores and apartments,

sponsoring the exhibitions r can be ''of engineers the work should be game. Besides rare pitching, both The Veterans club of Clewiston will ranging in price from $5,000 To $15,.

: and I ished in time for the heavy ; : teams played airtight ball _with Paul 000]
assured of clean wholesome sport stage a boxing match Friday night of
travel of next season, when The building committee, composedof
well deserving of the Mansfield cornering the glory on .
their efforts are
next week: This will be the .first of
support of the entire community.Cost I,motorists will have a well two sensational catches of foul {flies. E. C. Cole, F. Deane Duff and
road direct from the' east to '' a series of boxing matches to be Clark J. Lawrence .
I : 'He took, one off the back' stop earlyin also regard as

,(; asts. the game, and later on ran over' sponsored by the club. L. A. MorganJr. significant the fact that the $97,000in

of educationg the pupils in the Work on the east end of the about two-thirds of the cash customers ., was appointed chairman of a committee -, new building was .not controlledby

Clewiston school, :according to E. G. .from ,Clewiston to' Belle Glade in any single group but was invest-
mad
a pursuit of another at the last meeting, to make I
I Pfluge superintend- progressing, rapidly and twister, spiked various and sundry jed' by individuals, the majority. of
$c.57Per ent of public in- of the two 'projects within the Innocent ''bystanders, undressed necessary arrangements for.: thematches. i j them' .northern visitors who sensed

"Pupil. struction is $5.57J:t.ix i! 'months will place Clewiston Shorty Strickland, and eventually |i the possibilities of the section while

.':. per pupil per month. the center of ;9 t main cross state emerged with the ball, 'amid the Charlie Darcy who has had' con- 'visiting; ClewIston

r-'.' .LaBelle with the '-greatest; number,capita of ..-- ......;.,..--Please- turn to page. 8 /'P m:. I : 'Fabcharge ...._eX-Dti' Q"' ri-1fg'-1r 'S!, Please turn to page 8
pupils) shows tlie lowestnfcr -.x_ J
I of the boxers and for. the I
running second
cost and Clewiston

M iu the number of pupils shows sec-j' SCHOOL COSTS l ASHINGTON TOtD'OF past two weeks has been training 1EXTRA BOOKS

mil lowest cost. This seems to prove1 tight! very promising: boxers. :All are

hat I the more pupils, the less cost,I MADE.PUBLC local
J PORT boys and will ,be matched witha ARE WANTED
..l ...rn a per capita basis and at this r PROJECTSouthern ,
good boxer from other
: some : city.
.itc, Clewiston should be lowest ton I "". -
Sanders Morgan who has made quitea I
the list within the next year. '
Clewiston Figures ; Sugar Company reputation in the LaBelle arena by P.-T. A. Continues move


History of insulation was tracedin $5.57 Per Month : Activity Is knocking out his first three opponents To Have School ,____r_'_

an interesting, way at a 'recent For Each PupilAn EmphasizedThe iu less than three rounds will be the Accredited '- ;

refrigeration c'o n- : main attraction on the card. Cato .-- '
interesting announcement
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Rome Hears fercnce at Rome connection n'.1 another promising? lad connected with In addition to the list of books pub
with' school I Board of Engineers of the .
Of Insulation-Italy_ in an address ? the Southern Sugar will also lished last week, members of the '
made Ed G. company
was :yesterday by I'nited States, army, having in chargethe
written by B. G. Clowlston Parent-Teachers association
superintendent of public improvement of rivers and harbors be featured in the semi-final
Dahlberg, of the Celotex
president named the following books as
importance showing the cost per pupil in the held a hearing on May 1st, and math: Charlie Johnson the heavyweight '.'
company. Without stressing the : I needed_ to put the 'school on the
rious school throughout the county.Mr. '
2nd the
on improvement of Port Ev- :
) of his product, which is conceded negro from the ClewistonInn state accredited list. ,
.. Pfluge's statement is as follows ,"glades 'harbor at Fort Lauderdale.The .
to head the list. of insulating ; will be matched with a good The books needed are: :,
:', I people of. Fort Lauderdale, Hol-
materials, the Celotex head in his ad. fighter from Arcadia.. -,
To those who maybe
wood and
(?icss threw Interesting light on the ?: vicinity have provided Jackson, II. H., Ramona-Little. '
to know the facts relative to This will be the first boxing match;
house insulation problem and concluded T0.000,000.00 to construct a harbor Kipling, R., Captains"Courage us
cost per pupil in the held in Clewiston In some time' and :
: with the atement that time with 35 .feet of water at low tide. T! ty's Work, Fringes of the Fleet;
schools of Hendry county,' Fla. with a new. ring just completed and .
will see the better residences so con- I'hey are now asking the United 0 Puck of Pook's Hill, -Doubleday.
wish submit the taken
tructed as to insure a certain average to following as I and the assurance from the Clewis London, Jack, Call of the Wild -
I from the in office. states:! government to provide 'outer '
records .my -:
temperature the I Giosset.
throughout
club
year. ton Motor' company that the ,
This is extremely logical and al- LaBelle-attendance, 261; : eakwaters to act as a protectionfor Loti, Pierre, Iceland Fisherman -
could, use the garage the battle is,
though it is a far' cry from the sav- monthly salary, $1,2500; cost this harbor. Furt.'i:::

i e's building a tent of skins to keep pupil, $4.79Searsattendance.' : Senator Fletcher l Chairman Demp- being, looked forward to with 'inter Lowell. J. R,/ Complete Poetical

62 total ,monthly est. Fans can be assured that this .,;
our- the cold, it is an easy step in ; f ey of the Rivers and Harbors com- Works-Hough ton. :

.. the present progress being made In salary, '$395; cost per pupil$6.37. will be one of the fastest cards"ever Macaulay, T. B., Lays of Ancient
aittee of the House of Representa. t .'"
Louse( Insulation. Felda-attendance 83; total monthly staged! in .Heiidry: county. The completed Rome-.-Dutton. .; :

11; i salary, 170. cost per pupil '$5.G6.Clewi I t-ves, and several other members, of ,, Martin,. G. M.\ Emmy Lou-Grosset,
days.
card will appear in a few
-attendance 88; till! committee .appeared before the fi', Mullock\ D. M., John Halifax, Gen,
At a recent meeting Washington Seats.will be on sale at Alston's'drug .
monthly salary $490 pupil ) of this
; c.ost per huard and explained the need tieman-Crowell.

the board. of- army engineers heard $.57.. harbor for '.commerce, for' the navy, store, with every veteran takingpart Porter, Jane, Scottish Chiefs ..:.... .

details on. the plans Resfectfully)" submitted, : ,nd as SL port of 'refuge. 'A representative In the sale of the' tickets. General admission Scribner. ,, ,
Port Plans for the $6,000,000.00Are
ED G. PFLUGE of the' Coast Guard service explained ; will. 'be $1.50 and ring/ side Scott, Sir Walter, Ivanhoe, Kenilr
Are pushed-project: of Port .Everglades -
t' County Sup't. I the decided advantage of I $2. Please turn to page 8 ,'
at )Fort Laud- ... .. "
such a harbor for Coast ,Guard vessels I ,.-::
erosle. Among the speakers: from
as a port of refuge, and as ,a '
4BmUJING
of South CleWistonvho Florida was stressed'the:[1'. L. Williamson!importance ELECTION OFFICERS, port into'which: ,derelicts' such as TWIN STORE FOR, NEW RJCIIMANNh'< '

lumber schooners'could be towed.
of available water transportation -
FOR Samuel Drake and Walter Line- ON HIGHWAY' PLANNEl) ,
and pointed\ to' the Southern \ \ \ \ <
I berger of Fort Lauderdale represented -
Sugar company operations and the ,
j rroposed work of the Celotex company Appointment of election officers the harbor Interests. George, B. r Plans were' completed this week Palm. Beach-Clewiston'Fort Myers

_' here. Other arguments were the county commission and the anrouncement : Hill and, Cola Youngberg of ,Jacksonville I I for-the construction of a twin building I highway Is said to be ,responsible for
explained the engineering feature' -
ought out in favor, of the project; ro'r. the new Clewiston Furniture
of W. P. Andrews of Clew- the move, and local officials interpret -
F. Williamson
and
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and the board at Washington appre- company on the cross state highway,
I collector that ho will make' a t':ton discussed the value of the port it'v' ftlch- the preference ,for the highway:
Frank
'ti.n.l'the announced
I. ci ; rapid development ,of this s by .'
till) Clowiston tomorrow connection with the handling of locations indication of a geneial -
) to register as an
Section_ will undoubtedly' take. favorable I 11u nn, proprietor. .
' ',action. I all those who wish to vote featured Ilse!i products of the Southern Sugar Tho new building, to bo .constructed move: of business toward tho),

'.. the political activity in Hencry I cmpany, mill. and .the Celotex ,com- along {the sam lines as the nev y civic center;! in the Clewistou News
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county during the past week rny here at Clewiston. .. 'stores are'
plant furniture, store, will be occupied .byiiie section, where several
Again the members of the. lewls1 '
t. '( brought to candidates the ,. Alston Drug company, now locat now under construction. ,>,.;
Parent-Teachers association :are'
4' that the June primaries are fast MOTHER'S 'DAY SUNDAY ;':" ed near, the north end of Francesco, Almost simultaneous with the announcement ;,':-
asking the assist-! -
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proaching. adjoining -.
street of the new building ::

Women- Want ace of those" inter- Clewiston voters who have not ; Desirability of location on :the Rich nann's store came Ni.f.: f.'

More Books-es ted i in seeing registered and 1 paid: 'their : being :
: ; poll :: In obsorvance o! Mother's Day announcement of the progress .
Cei! vision '
t have one will
r f the best An' have a final opportunity : i<.fxt! Sunday Rev. W. T. Bailey, pas- TWO INDEPENDENTS HERE made on the Belle Glade-Clewiston
schools in the state. "'rax
\ Collector Andrews highway
is here
V Saturday 11 of the Clewiston Community stretch of the cross state '
list Y
the additional school of books needed for He will' be at}) the Clewis hurch will use as his Sunday. evenp Of 833, qualified voters registered and the plans of' the state to Immediately -.
library to have the school
Supply \ bids for the
company Hendry 859 advertise for
"Mother's there
county are
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jJlaced.oIl the.state ,' '
: accredited<< list "
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In the straw balloting of the wee} : start ir.ocrats hard surfacing and bridge building,
)published In this week's : ,: The- evening service. will .'. at j2 : 22 republicans and two:
and :
paper IO. J IAa
(the support of News Grave jumped. his dead fr : eight! c'cbclnd: the regular Sunday !Independents according to the Te ds.i. .>;i the, stretch from Clewiston. .to\ro. ; .,; .
readers is asked '
for the worthy movement.. seven fo 32 votes over: .Jim BeardsIcy ; morning service' will be held ;:'at;',,:if i.[ration statistics. kept by Joe Clark Belle.. i 1. ,.f y

h of Clewistoii' ; n.other. results : : :: '',n. county registrar. (Continued on page 5) : '

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grave crisis has arisen, in the political affairs of thb, our beloved state. No I ,
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Dr. W. A. M '., 'from the race ..;It
.. from God, the giver of all p roe pc ri tY. A _certain gubernatorial candidate,

Race"A. platform, proposes to open wide 'the gates of destiny' in Florida to the sinister.

Says as H e For Governor 0 f our ,
that prey; to put its future into the selfish clutching talons of the children t

dark. That righteousness many not perish from this flowerland, that evil
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ernor," says Broughton. Baptist. divine pays: tribute to Hathaway. : :ttr l i'it. -z ',$':; '... ';";. f With the campaign! for' the governorship entering tile' final

as best fitted candidate. ,"If the people of Florida put Sidney J. : : .ir'\:4": 4f:}f: -r r\,r/ .i t: .: : "., month: it Is imperative that 'the, issue be kept': clear and unmistak

Catts in the gubernatorial chair ,at Tallahassee this state Is forever : : ,II'r. able. It is vital that the people refuse. to ,be misled by disproved ..

disgraced and the confidence' in the state is totally destroyed," declared .. r charges and Idle talk: Always in the windup of a.. campaign all

Dr. Len G. Broughton, pastor of the First Baptist church, sorts of: rumors get started and, the purpose of their circulation is

in a stirring address last night to a congregation that literally to becloud the main issue.

packed his edifice. Rev. Broughton took as the topic for his sermon, n
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The one question the people of Florida must decide is if they
"This Is my subject tonight. I had intended followwing up last
wish to have. four years: of. Catts. Yet that .is the very thing they {
Sunday night, but, the Catts' race and other political 'and moral J r
may get.unless they concentrate. their vote behind Fons Hathaway.
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gratitude and appreciation that he's a better citizen than a politician ttY I
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; from wl,>. se soil be sprang.-; Jacksonville Crusader.Bfr"Hathaway happier Catts is. His hope lies in a divided vote.. ,:_ .' .
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has refuted, charges, made against: him and he ., is deplorable f .when an'exminister: of' the gospel quite his

has prepared a detailed' answer of. many pages In reply to insinuations MI11 11111R1'Jl Mf I high calling to enter "politics 'and becomes U e'Peter, and by tongue

which have been audited and made and actions denies that "he ever:'knew 'him." '
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he has laid down. Dr. Hathaway has handled millions of dollars
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and those who know him have never doubted his integrity. To assail

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I i i DISEASE FREE CANE BY DAHLBERG BY THE WAY HAVE Oh ye pioneers of progress '


.. Has: it ever occured to to you,
.. YOU HEARD THAT
U.-. .!'' It la no Idlo dream that the Everglades r That the future of this projecti

'" Importance of sugar can protlucini region will become perhaps! !

:activities to the future of tho South l the greatest cane sugar producing e.,.nI May depend' on what you 'do? ..

was seen in recent editorials carried, trey In the world. Business men and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertained staging boxing bouts at Clewiston. :., ,
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y I In Southern papers on an expedition the United 'States government are the Supper Bridge club They will be held under tho auspicesof
making a trip to New Guinea to finda cooperating in developing the best Saturday' night at the Watanabe ho the Clewis ton Veterans dab. and : ".:'I.' ... .:
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disease-resisting sugar "cane. there is In cane, and this aspect tel. Four' tables 'were set for play the first card Is scheduled within : by courage and by might

", Tb0 airplane for the expedition was should hearten those'' who have but J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. ; \
and high were .. So. let's work together "
' l- the next few weeks. 'f. come on,
president
y furnished! by B. G. Dahlberg: little or a waning faith in the' prem 1. V. Watson and Mrs. H. F. Wood- ... ,; '

I' of the Celotex and, the South.. ises. wurd. ;: And press onward with the fight.:
who was directly Among the recent guests at the '
,er* Sugar companies 1 Those: present were Mr. and Mrs. < : ': ': ., '\ \
responsible not only for the H. F. Woodward, Mr.. and ,Mrs. Char- Clewiston Inn were Lulu B. Butler,
development in On ( : ': 'Iw. -Let progression be unfettered ,
r great sugar cano The Book Shelf 1 lw A. Jackson, Mr. and' Mrs. William i of Trilby Fla., J. W. Mack of the ; .
!1 i.> \.. also for the improving D. Lest the for which '
Florida but Cecil Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber same city, G., T. Bowler of West /..; -I" goal we aim
i In the Louisiana sugar At The Library Miller; :, : .
conditions and Mrs. Dick C. 2J-
of Cole, Mr.
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Palm Beach, J. E. [Balmes of Jacksonville % '.: < '. Be abruptly intercepted ;
' indnstrY.R Mrs. 'R. .L. Simpson, Mr.. and I -5 .
will Mr and ': ,. J. H. Kansinger ,of Lakeland t. if. ,
The expedition if successful THE HOUSE OF' INTRIGUE I Mrs. T. V. Watson and :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ritten of West Palm ... ? ';:;". Making it a losing game.
" disease free cane at, Clow- By Arthur StringerA 1 .
result In a I I(4. B. Beardsley. Beach .. ''
althoughfacials inquiry put to of- .. .C. McWilliams of Hollywood ,) h : ,:
iston, I. A. Corga of West Palm Beach, It. "
of tho Southern, Sugar company reformed woman crook, in Heinz and'Frank RIchmann Christianof ;:. ...: : Shun
George L. Freor of, Lakeland, J. K. ;: : ,, ye ,therefore not the struggle
revealed that sugar cane he of detective organization ," .
: here employ a private spint the week end in Tampa on bus Immokalee, .A. D. Farrell and C. :\ 0 .
bt Clewiston has been found remarkably resents an insult from iness. E. :Miller of Lakeland,' J. R. Doty of '*..:'-.. : \; ...:: Put your shoulder to the wheel .

disease free during the past the Chief, resigns and less than halt '
being LaBelle, A. Gold of; West Palm \ '5.., ;\" ;, -. ;:' 'For it's, really worth the struggle
'year and every precaution is an hour later is accosted by a man Frank Bucher, G. '''W. Gordon, W. Beach, M. T: Casey and C. E. Mute i ... ?.' .'#} ;fj'?''-t '' .

taken to keep it so.' who asks' here to "double" for a. dyIng A.. Alexander and Doc Summa 'spent of Lakeland. .' ':-.'" ""' Onward. then ye men of steel.

At a meeting in South Bay a few heiresa *:> that a wiI!! may be Sunday evening at Moore Haven.In I .. I -:1S: ;':*i .-: '

months ago, J. It. Zell, field super- forged. The daring of the plan appeals a party who motored through i CITY .
BISPHAMS IN ATLANTIC '
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intendent of the Southern Sugar company .to the girl and she accepts, Fort Myers over the Tamiami Trail : -:' .. l .-'(,\.'.", ....

operations at Clewis ton said In a fast rucving story with a aur E. C. Cole, -7:: :: : We have scored victory''j :"
r' of the Everglades ; to Miami Sunday were. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Bispham, who ", k. .. a i; .J.:'.
that the greatest blessing rise in _;vrrv }1'apter tie plot *IM:. executive (,secretary of the Clewiston ''
Is the fact that it is spent a few weeks in Clewiston last : ..). i1...: And ,established a foundation : .jf' ,>
cane winds itself MS! the of the mbst gripping ( ,, Mrs. Cole and son. David '"
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.. mouth are spending the summer at ." '' ; ', J- v" : ,' :
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"Y disease trec.L. mysteries front Stringer's 'pen, T. F. Kearns, comptroller of the Cel Atlantic 'N. J., where Mrs. '.'':' + ', Fitting for posterity. :- ''.. : ,,.t. \' 0
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clean. dead 'bodies, ghosts "und F-P OkY'houses the Southern Sugar company. They the' of Clewiston. \ .
t.)' the latest newspaper. com- with progress
Among combined returned to Clewiston Monday:
are :: to make. a surprise After spending the summer in the
'. mentson the New Guinea expedition at every' turn. the]: exception of Mr.. Kearns who. returned ..
editorial carried : north, Dr. and Mrs. Bispham plan to .. t
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office in Chicago.
P tq.his roturn to Clewiston for the.ntCl'., '
in the Palm Beach Times which read: I I DUST "' .' \ '' 'f: ,. {ll WHY YOU',SHOULD OWN A HOME.

SUGAR CANE 'SPECIALISTS 1 It ___- "" Mr.. and -Mrs.. Tom Smith enter .MATTESONMONTGOMERYMARRIAGE

The wilds of New Guinea will! be A lonely' 'wind swept island in 'the'' (ained over the week end. ; -party of I Ih 6' '

Pacific off Honolulu-opiutn '.smugglers l! and -Fort flyers .newspaper-: ,' r :. "' AT. I- BELLE'
'for disease- ;.
explored immecUat iy a -lmpa : .. : ., : :
resistant sugar 'cane. The expedition. 'and a youth? who waiting ,for mn. Among, them were W. A..:..paw- .f. (

will be under supervision of the His chance gratefully accepted tho ion: and Joe Smith' 'of Tampa and Miss''AUa. L. Matt.eson daughter :of.

proposition -reclaim: the island. d. Dudley! l Gedcles and Miss Mary i rTtA'fl4)II
United States department of agriculture Mr. and Airs. E. S. Matteson( both.
". but the airplane which "..ill. sail The story ,Is of a man who saves: Newton. .or Fort? Myers. v : ';.:, ,Clewiston" t were' married Friday* 1.of

an ,island from being',blown ...by'by
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wilds this
aver: the unexplored : May, 4 LaBelle'. .
1 live home of the sugar cane'' will be the trade winds of'the pa'cific. Albert.-E: Anderson -has returned. '. I' ) '

furnished by B. G. Dahlberg, president His conquest includes the battling of his ', desk: .ill. the -Clewistoh. company? f .Mr. and'Mrs.'Montgomery.;. : then mo- ) !I I

-or the Celotex company: and opium smugglers native super.stftton: after, spending week's vacation atj I Il toi'edto_ the West.. .Coa'st.' ,visiting
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heavily. .interested in sugar cane and the hate: of the man who? is Mot.co l : Island on .the West Coast. J I E friends and .relatives .,,of Mr. ,Montgomery '-
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plantations' In Palm Beach county anxious to see him fail. "hi--. i!. enroute. 1

and In Louisiana. '''. .. I The book has a new theme, coupled % A. It ''Plant, local representative' of j J :\11'. and Mrs. Montgomery will tS

r, : :. Tile conclusion has: been reached;(.I with the oldest in the.world, : ;'id-. the Atlantic 'Coast Line railroad ,sp'cnt(j i' make their home in Clewiston 'and

that New Guinea is the native: home generally: 'g,>od, reading. a' at Canal -Pofnt and OkeechoUceon will be.temporarily',, (ihome at .No.. hjL1c1.q fI4 !

;.:'oi this cane./ One of? 'the. most skilled .. READING INCREASESWith b siness. ; ''IV' f 12 in Celotex village as' they are .

':Then known to the sugar plant world, '-. r .1! planning with Mrs. Montgomery's '

.a '?:ijft E. W, Brand will be in charge the arrival of more than 50 'Mr.. and Mrs.-Claude Downs'. reLurneti'.from -, parents tq build, an attractive 'Spanish : -

' ,. ..';p.r the search. Equipped. with ponl ;few books membership 'in the Clewi3ton .Miami.'where'i i MH ''Downs-'I. bmigalo in ,the near future. Air.Montgomery ; ,, --- '

: ,III005piano .silts !! bodies of a'a: 'libraryvhas been gteadity ina -. .a'Jfcpntled' the .Sluinerscprive'ution;,." ; jP toe Jjy the
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: .\/', will tmake possible exploration :.Works'of..seyeraf'' prominent. authors \G'3Valentine,. 'Palm. : l Beach 3' into -,I n' with th e'r t&; ? .J Peldelmilt. ar ,,_ __ _.
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r'c:' .. ', otherwise inaccessible 'r"' extremely (.cmated'to the local library' by' a. St. ovpr.tjie'week..end on. :business.C'McWilliams ... 1 Mrs. Montgomery was for1n---_ SOCIAL. STANDING '
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S I It. ---' Pennsylvania coming to r. ,. I "Do you think those Ryder children are right! for our', II i
"'.' ..l : /for six or eight months much of the hooks have been presented by' visi-. '; of Hollywood : was ;; 'her- I "'\ wWP!. .
,. "" t' : I Join, parents here in 192C!) where I '. ,/ }!.tUy.tR.5zy jI. .
V. '.time, in places never before seen by' tnrs and local residents. .. -' 'I a>*-.busiriess. .: .visitor. here. :: / .. ; ( '. i i they resided until' March\ 1927 at I. '. -" XSuns they are. T&Ryder?,;re. nice people.. They own ,.

;}. white man. And there they will Blrs.M.W.\ : Bigg at the :Aclrainistratiou M-hicbtime' th qy came to Clewiston : '.. !their home," '......x"vj :: .
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f: ,on unknown;: prosperity. for the ,sugar. .' I' '. J'. <;. : .. '. :,,: '. ':; v "' .'" ,''::' .<; >: J.: Uome. .', \ permanent, '"''

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1tf improved varieties,', resulting in more .. --- '
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; been planted to then last fall. I

Diseases responsible for reduced an investment. of $97,000 or better than $3,200
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1 fr.cl. a practically immune' cane may ". ).;(f.1.. .,.- .:_1" > : "Moore'! Haven" Fla.' t::;: < '- :' .<::,, .!; '" "' mill and.,,the' new 'h.ome.'of the Building Material: Ors- ;

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through systematic: crossbreeding -' ," ; 0 .( '.1' pany, was invested in homes, apartments and stores. ; ? .
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found on' the island.At i I

: any rate the expedition which :; 'f. L'''; o. 1 : I .'I'r".: .. : .. .The activity helped to solve ".the present house *_and

.'. now has left these shoros for the'other f#' 'f 'f" '! " " " ... !, '. 1._ '. .
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tc rest that is being taken in such, 'BILLO'Wbi'- .,'' -; '; .-' .

development] in Florida. and the South. ',. all either rented re-'is.'still the : I'I
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I ,. and their visits are' always : Rac$3: : :\:,1(; ;ih''baii i; f' $5 dottble with bath, 'I I! .ij:\ formation, of the Action fr nrr. spectral;; 'waste -into;, one of the leading. "ommilnc, ::: ; .
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." : ', Successor The to Clewiston The Clewiston News Progress 1, .' ." :' .An' ; Accidental Accomplice: .,: c.1\ CABBAGES AND KINGS;, : ; 1.


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TOM SMITH . '. . . . Editor. CompanyCarol \ shot up 'Park Avenue she 'hastily signaled A visitor here this week said that with completion of the roads leading ",
to Clewrston, the entire state will ,be talking ,sugar. 'The truth isthey're that :';
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RatesB
Subscription for the chauffeur J.o stop. '
broadcasting, it now but with the
completion of the roads they'll use .
", Dare New York society girl On 'the sidewalk she had eapled '
}' mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida loud ,speakers. s;!
One year $2.50 One year $2.00 engaged to, Beverly Weeks, scion of Sarananda. There was no mistakinghim .*

Six months 1.50,' Six months 1-00 afwralthy New York family consults as he progressed leisurely George Heinz, who 'With Frank ,Richmann dined Saturday evening at :f.'t:

,Three months 1.25'Three months. .?C;. ar Oriental; tQ learn whether' she will:: through the passing throng, seemlns-'I Ro'rTs Spa r rizh, restaurant, in Tampa brought us back-now don't get '':/,

Application for' entry as' second class--is pending.- (be, haPPY ly wrapped in meditation and unmindful thirrly-a box' of" matches: from the famous restaurant. Very considerate ',-i;;

INEWS' "'On the way home she is pondering of the curious glances of hut a ,1. .aA o, !la crcola a.:d some of, Rosal's famed cheese and fig would :",J

PLATFORM over his instructions "Walt" when passers-by, his tall spare figure |have teen more to the point / : .
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1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. she' Is snatched from the path of an strangely garbed In a flapping frock ) r.J .s,
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2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and automobile Alan Mason about
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by one
coat and his white hair concealed In A new journalism school is announced for an.Italian university, Howto
concentration of products. whom_ she later finds herself thinking '
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables another d :on 'the night of her engagement voluminous white turban, of many talc dictation and like it, doubtless, will be the leading study.-Editor
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products of tills region to the northern markets., d'nner.! \ -

4. The finl functioning,, of a cooperative marketing association for, Alarmed at the absence of her father With no though for appearances,

,both buying and selling 'purposes.'r / Banker Dare, she learns that he Carol sprang, from the car and sped I Clip this paragraph and tack it over your sink. Stores, close at noon _. : ;

has been ,arrested, on a charge of em- along the sidewalk in' pursuit. of him. I Thursday. '

bezzlement. Arriving at the prison
:. ,. "Mr. Sarananda,"' she called excitedly ', :.:
THE FARM' PROBLEM\ f ,, she assists a convict In escaping who B.' G. Dahlber 's plane here over the week end.. Somehow to us the.
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In gratitude, explains that her father plane is typical of the 'man-apeed, efficiency and progress .
> t was, framed and urges her to get a'' I wish tospeak 'to you." .- ,

Selective selling by the farmers instead of, .selective buying by the goou- lawyer "Sam Shreyer. There was fear in her heart that -, Now the Tampa Times is putting out five editions daily instead of .
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houses of the north was offered as a solution to the farmer problem by Carol seeking the help of Prosper he" too,: as his servant had done, I three. A wide-awake paper in a live city., .
T. F. Kearns, prominent business man of Chicago, on a recent visit here. Strong, business rival of her father "
would deny all knowledge of her, but
Highlights of the plan suggested arc that a central association for I learns that he has,' forged the' .bank Our '
as he turned at the sound of his prize make-up. is up in the ,air again.} This time over the
the Everglades be formed with a manager named, whose ability has been er's signature to the incriminatingpapers 1 tobacco problem.!., "Every time I decide lo pattern after some prominent
and his boast is overheardby name, she saw joyfully that there wasa -- -
proven. ""- I tor, I just get used to the new smoke when he switches."
Dr. 'Triggs a minister and Benny gleam of recognition In ,his deep-,, !
,
All vegetables would be stamped eccording to grade and instead of Bergman, the ,escaped prisoner whom sri, piercing eyes.. At the* same time '
Carol l befriended.On .1''So I Drink Parlor in Chicago Is Bombed'* Well who tries
have she became conscious t anyone
die custom of buyers coming to this section, the organization would that the pass : -
paid scouts in the northern markets forwarding, to the local manager fastreports her way from the office buildIng :ujj( crowd had paused to gape at her to sell soft drinks in that town has got to take the risk."Wondsor (Ont.. ) ,,\
;' she meets Alan' Mason' again, and meeting, with the mystic, and, unde- Border Citic".Star. '
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accurate market conditions, thus assuring the crops going to the
on finally concents. to his helping! her sirous that their 'meeting shou d become "
best market and bringing in the highest prices. with'! her problem. r ; .
public spectacle, she extend- Which 'reminds us. Congratulations Ira I
.. t ti
Other advantages are of course that with grading: and accurate NOW GO ON WITH, THE STORY.: t ed' a quick Invitation. ,

marking of the vegetables, the fame of this section, could be increased sin "Oh, Mr. Sarananda' she said, And about Ira NeSmith's plunge-or rather ascent, we are remindedof
What did conventions matter, if "please] won't you come for a rideaicund ,
the ease of Indian River oranges. she could rain his services In help- the park with me. There ,are the tale of the old'Irishman who confronted by two cooing newlyweds"waiting

The financing would be done by the farmers and details of the, or- 1:1rIght":; for her father's freedom. so many things I wish to ask you." for his congratulations, was perplexed.

ganization would be worked out. Duty to' her father demanded that Gravely he nodded assent, and in He wanted to get ever the impression that the groom was a fine man

she accept the services this man silence took his seat; beside. her as and that the bridge was real_ eyebalm, and finally believing i in the worth

Whether the time, is now opportune for the ,forming of the nucleusof was BO willingly offering. Even lf the crowd looked wonderingly, after of f brevity* blurted out: -.'

such#an organization is a ,question which must .be decided by, ,.'the farmers she knew little about him, she' at them,, puzzling curiously at, the ,sight "
"Yiz both
\ are too good for each otter. -
themselves I t toast knew his name, on one.. occasIon of? a fashionably dressed yomng girl

he had saved her life. That pursuing an aged ,Hindu ,and driving .. I
The however is worthy of considerable ,thought: } and the
suggestion '
surely was sufficient Introduction- off with him. Balancing the reception Miami gave the Shriners and that 'New
Clewiston iNews will gladly publish communications from those inter- '
any and'she needed him so. Safe In the seclusion of the car, ;York'' gave the trans-Atlantic fliers, we'd like to see 'it somehow'arrangedfor
this line.
ested
along "Mr. Mason," she said, *ag her car Carol breathed a sigh of relief. at a reception Contest' to 'be staged between the two cities. Take 'awayGotham's
; started, "come and last having some one in whom she
I see me, won'tyou : ,
ticker tape and our will Miami:
money go; on
? I j ,could confide her troubles, some one

TAMPA INTERESTED "When may 11" he asked eagerly. in whose wisdom she' had confidence, (

"Any 'time," she started to say,' but yet she felt perplexed to know just One hundred thousand. dollars in building here last month. That's not

Tampa newspaper editors have their eyes on the northern Evergladesand amazed herself by concluding, "right how to begin.It a bad postscript to put on any letters "'you might be sending to the north. i
the latest editorial waY-come this evening." was Saranada' who; first spoke. 6 "
the's'ugar industry. Among comments to appear was an I
"This evening It Is!,", he cried delightedly "Did you wait?" he asked, turningto '
th Times "Florida's which read
in, Tampa captioned Sugar Crop, : Governor Martin told a crowd of Tampans some interesting facts"on
,More .jhan 300 ,carloads ,of sugar from the Canal Point mill of the standing with bared head her Inquiringly.At .
looking admiringly after her. the kindness and interest manifested Clewiston and the Everglades last week. Next year he'll be enlightening
, ,Southern, ,Sugar company is the estimate made to the Florida East Coast :
in his ,tones she, found the his fellow members in the senate. -
railroads the probable output in the grinding season that will. start '
.?' within months '- .--"u .....,...- t tears welling up In her eyes, and It
! seven \\0 %....... :- ':fl '--- ----,I I ; .""' '',
The estimate was submitted in connection with the request m.. {'\\\G. .-. ;; F.JlA't"'t I \ SLS somtj-unVfuterrHlerore-sAe- Anytime- you'reee'i'fng' row,' cfaVc>"sou.ll-! 01- t -rom -and, sce' .*)tave :;,

" the" sugar company for the, building by the railway company of \-#: .dDDU IUla'" 'IIU.; {:Y THE EAST herself control her voice. Then she found match-sticks on the horizon develop into great steel beams at the sugar -

:rack to which the sugar company! would l build a tramway for the 'lader.. TLT liar she r drove uptown, her thoughts wretched pouring story of her forth fat1er's.arrest the whole mill. Make die return trip to town" "-by the eastern route, through the cane,-

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fer of sugar.. :V- \ f her father relieved and diversifiedby of his poisoning, of her aunt's collapse fields and along the Industrial canal. The blues will 'be' gone when you'getl
: Estimate of upward of 3Q cars of sugar in the present J 928-29
.. her ,second chance of her visit to Prosper Strong's back. -""
encounter with
, season IS based on the present icreagecf"sugar De'-m the Ganal Point
c i i : district and the capacity which the mill is to be brought by the first Alan Mason, there came to her an office, of his anger, his threats, his "Ho
idea that she had confession, his boasts. Typical reaction to the discovery of rottenness in 'high places:
cf October. Employment of 300 to 350 colored laborers for several, one other mission. '
L She was determined to Sarananda "Oh, Mr. Sarananda," he begged hum"-Vancouver (B. C.) Sun. t
months will be np:essary to harvest a quantity of cane that will produce ",see -
.. -.' ,.r .3ll 0 car? ..nfc:.9ar. .. again. Often in the sleepless piteously, "what shall I do? What is
.,i!'/ The Canal Point sugar mill_, was built by the Florida Sugar and nights that were hers now her there that I can do A man without arms got married in Cleveland the other day. 'How

", .Food Products company which was organized in Boston in 1918-19 ; thoughts had turned to the old mys- (Continued next week). in the world is he going to defend himself?-Norristown Times-Herald.

f' t the mill was completed and the initial strike made in the spring of 1923.. tic and the curious -----0-mwRsafo hOp-.- hart-- i

. The second grinding season was in the spring of 1924. The mill was given! her. There was no doubt in

I : operated in the spring of 1925 but no grinding has been done since 1925. her mind but that he must be In rr -

: : B. G. Dahlbcrg preSident the Celolex company: organized the Southern some; way possessed of foreknowLedge !

: Sugar company and took over the stock of the Florida Food Products of events. Why else should he f I Ir

I.>'. company in 1925 and has since financed the extensive, cane planting. The -when all was bright and shining :"'

:: : :''Southern Sugar company now has above 3,000 acres of cane in the Canal -, abouj! : her-have bade her "Wait?" :' ; ,

|g ,.' Point district and p.anting is still being done. In her tense overwrought conditionIt : > .L ,,

::; seemed that nothing mattered. ;: CITIZENS ;
k'J .,
I Il "
nothing of the sort of things .
she used .
; ; : :'. to worry about. She drove '.': >,0 :
boldly up : : :
OPPORTUNITY LOST? '", F
./ to the house and bade the chauffeur : : : .V : .
Occasionally the whine goes up' that it's too bad the ,opportunities of wait for her. Without trepidation she
-. '.earlier times are not offered ascended the
, ', now. steps and rang the bell.
,;i' In a current i issue of Editor and Publisher the question is answered T he door was opened by the same

', or rather the whine is effectually silenced in an editorial headed "Whatof Japanese who had admitted her '
: This Picture?" It reads: viously. pre Your Poll Tax Must Be Paid MAY 12tK

"<, Soft warm winds blow from the Southlands; there are flashes of "Moto," she said meaningly. ,
.
,;, forked lightning in the night sky with crashes .f thunder and gentle rain "Don't understand," he said pas.'irely. ,," \ ,- .

on the freshly ploughed fields; plum tract dad spring flowers are im bn3r "What YOU want?" :

liant bloom and every shrub on the hillside is veiled in tke green or red "!' 'wish to ,Me Mr. Earananda at J ,.:" i ,: ,

lace of May Warn June and hot July and August wiH soon bring all caca," ,she cried imperiously. Tax Collector 'Will : ::

nature to its seasonal fruition. When autumn chill seizes the night air, our "'Y)on't know," came the' amazing Accept Tax, and : ;
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... graneries will again overflow. We now know! of a certainty that much response. t T>on't live here." .: .

of the crop will be wasted. And millions of fertile acres are idle. "Why, of course he lives here," thegrl ;, ,< ,,, '

;\ At least nine million persons in Shantung and q all provinces of exclaimed In astonishment "I : ..; : )I

China are reported to be' starving as a result of crop failure. They feed saw him here only last week. Don't :. -' r > .

:, OP. dry grass and the roots and bark d[ trees. The deprivations of many you remember?" :;.> You Store ': :;

other peoples in other lands overseas arc so common, year after year, as "Mistake." The servant shook his r \ Register at Ramsey's ,

to occasion little comment. Just where the gaunt' figure of hunger will head with suave stubbornness., "Not "' ," ; ;' f.( :
stalk most ,hideously next fall and winter we do not know but it will hap- lire here. Don't know Not here." 1 ,.

laads.pen while unnumbered thousands of tons of life-giving food rots on our "Impossible," she cried vexedly. I i
"It can't be a, mistake. I know he : -' I
I : : "
Occasionally" hear men talk bout the lack of individual t{ lives here. I must see him." r ,

.. in this highly; organized age. Where can sprouting genius finda opportunity I "Sol. !}'," repeated the Japanese : SATURDAY MAY 12th 1
vent? It might be a t
i suggested that there is a field in a situation which has stolidly, "not here. Don't know." And i' tr
;
it, as factors ((1)) cversupply food she, found the
production door
':, ; ((2)) wholesale starvation; closed in her .
(3)) unemployment; ((4)) hundreds of junked vessels
war rusting in focc.For -
our;
harbors '
; ((5)) an unsolved international credit puzzlie; ((6)) world-wicfc a moment she stood despairingly f '

; journalism offering trade publicity! facilities which are rarely put to use J on the step, trying to fathom : .,


, the significance, and' then of she her unanticipatedrebuff recalled how : :, ,DON'T FAIL TO EXERCISE TOUR 1

\ '" AN INDICATION explicit Felice had been in giving ,
.
her: instructions as to how 3 I'p' ,'I.
The to reach .
in Manufacturers Record offers a bit cf testimony of better,, conditions l Saranada. It was utterly useless, she xi J (" "
Florida. The ,
Record states ) .. ) ,-
editorially that
it
had had : '
t been told, on said, for any one to try to see
mercus occscngthat! business: was so dull in Florida it nu-I him : '
would be without
first
sible telephoning to .
for FRANCHISE'ANY "
sn7-ecnption 'r'
representatives to increase Will
per in that ,state at the present time." the circulation cf this 'na- make an appointment. That must be Question .
Nevertheless
the Record it, Carol decicled. /
:
sent a '
to Florida and representative .-. I', .
'reports that it "has been '
The
lions than getting more subscrip mystic probably had given orders r ,
', we ever secured .- '
during the *
period of the
wildest
Florida few activity :n to his :servants that :accounted ar
a yeirs ago. it.r tho barrier she had found \
Of course, the excellence of Manufacturers! I set up +
with Florida Record and' its popularity njalnst_,her. But she must find someway Be Answered
readers have "
something to do with ,
this
J its response to :of seeing him. She would go
subscription appeal but the '
better ; incident also indicates that business is Lome i and..trj telephoning him from
in Florida
boom and of a much more substantial character- than in the I tnero..- With weary steps she descended -
days.-Tampa! Tribune. LIi--
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the stoop and reentered her 'w



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. '.\"V FRIDAY, MAT 11, 1928- CLEWISTON NEWS, CLEf VIS TON FLORIDA
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.., ., POLITICAL' ANNOUNCEMENTS. uill NOT be n candidate to succeed JS FOR COUNTY JUDGE < .
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myself in 1932. ------ -
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I :My thirteen years residence in 1I Ir-CLASSIFIED I hereby f announce as a' candidatefor
i FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT I
Lnllelle' ( ten years of which I the office, of County. Judge of
1
H COURT I mis cashier of the Hank of la Hendry County. Your vote and influence AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING

-- Belle)' has enabled me to become will be appreciated :

a > a I wish to announce to the voters of I acquainted with values In Ilendry I FAIRBANKS MORSE &, CO. WESLEY C. RICHARDS '.' ;

Hendry county that I am a candid3tb County. My: experience as cashier I j Engines and Pumps -- '

I for re-election/ to the office of Clerkof of the bank and also as railroad j! Light and Water Plants .' '

the Circuit Court, at the Democratic agent and telegraph operator fora : Cables and' Ropes ',- ).Twin: Store For Let us save you --money on repairing i l ,: your old

Primary election of June 5lh4 number of years Mill enable me I:1 Belting and Rubber Goods >. ,New Richm inn

1928.. to do the clerical, work connected I Hoists and Feed Grimier1 ', I Building .Planned car. Our works: guaranteed:: ,.. our labor skilled
,
with the
I will appreciate vote and Influence office. i MANHATTAN MERC. CORP.: '.
,your (Continued from 1))
/ j! If the above platform appeals I I 911 First St. '. Fo.rt Myers : page t' workmen and; our prices are based on, I the 1 lowest -

WILLIAM T: HULL 'i to you, and yon believe I Trill .t.f.i \ .

J., I strictly adhere to It I willap: r Advantages" of the new location. possible, working, condition <"?\t.., ; /...-: ,

1 predate jour vote and InfluenceIn LET'S GET ACQUAINTED were, further explained. in the 'tact. I ,- .... .,.) 1'-.

? FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER j jI the Primary Election. '- that while the merchants will enjoy '. \
I I specialize In ClewIs ton Machine shop acetelyri.icld\ all i kinds of
'of'business Inn
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i Very truly yonrs, I proper-I the greater volume withthe .
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I
:-c: I hereby announce as a candidate/ I ties, Everglades Acreage, ..'. ..'. .
completion of the work the
for County Commissioner from Dis/ .... J. R, DOTY small Tracts. West Palm Beach I on automobile work. .. .. -

trict No. 3,. subject to the June Pri./ I. I Property, and Ocean Frontage. Some two stretches of road, tney Will, not .. ., .' ,I j ,. '. .
;
... ,. mary. !very attractive offerings for close I'be, inconvenienced by road construc- I.
... business, since the contracts do not
H. L. DELANEY I buyers. Glad to have your listings If

priced right.-M. H.!. LINES, 4J2 Da. tion work in front of their places of '

ASSESSORHurd I FW TAX COLLECTOR ''tnra Street, West Palm Beach. Fla.. piovide for any work to b'don- 'MOORE 'HAVEN SALES CO- .
FOR TAX I -
TO THE ,VOTERS OF HENDRT Licensed. Broker. .' within the" Clewiston town limits.B. .
\ J I .' 1 Mo. M. Beach who built the. )Rich'.
L. Reeves announces for reelection COUNTY: mann: store is also erecting the 'new 'FORD LINCOLN FORDSON

of the best FOR SALE-Household furnituio almost '
as Tax Assessor .. building., .
I hereby announce myself a I .
county in the state. Let us all pull together candidate for re-election to the new,' a real, bargaIn. Box foG,

all ,of Clewiston, Fla. -
for the good of parts
: office of Tax Collector. I want
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r32JcJ3J2/cySJ3JcJ2J5JSI! c! ,.liedla ldl_ 1 ek'! !rliPefaiJ et
Hendry County.If you to know that I sincerely appreciate FOR SALE-Piano.. See Mr. Wagner, ?J
satisfied/ with my work } the confidence hare ,
you are you Citrus Center. '; '
'
'. VOTE FOR ME on June 5th. II reposed\ In me In the past and 2t pd. I '. I."..: .. .,:,.: :" '' _' "'"' ::' .
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to promise that if rc-clccted you .. ,.J; .';, ..'.%"J''.1&' .'" ., __ :,, /

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER will never have occasion to regret WATCHES clocks and jewelry re-I ::\': ,: -' .

I.I wish to announce my candidacy, ,same. I made ,you a'similar paired at Alston's Drug ,Store '

1 1 for County. Commissioner: from District promise before last 'election and C. L. Garner. First-class work. All Extra ,

5 Number 5, subject to the June can honestly do so ag-ain.I have work guara.nteed-Bracelet watchesa :

.;.I Democratic Primary, June 5th."t servant! specialty.) t, '

j. p. HULL DR. P. H. JONES, Dentist 4< 1t
on account of ni3' experience in A-

FOR REGISTRAR (the office I know that I can give Moore Haven. Fla. < -
r' PAIR OF PANTS
I wish, to announce my'' candidacy you more efficient service In the I ,,f /',
ip CouMy Registrar for Henor; future than I have In the past.Tanking I will be In my office in Moore ':'/' '. '

,. County, subject to. the Democratic \I you In advance for your Haven on the following date: -, ,.. .

", ;" June, 5th. vote and support and. with best, April 9-10-11-12-13-14-30 : -r'

J. O. CLARK r wishes! for every enc, r' am, May 1-2-3+5-21-22-23-25-25-26 :
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Your friend ;
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I wish FOR to-TAX announce COLLECTOR,- my candidacy ''". P. ANDREWSFOR' BUILDERS'- ,',\ t//:. ': With your order for any suit of clothes we ; 'Ai, :, _: .1

for Hendry County CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Twenty.five 'years' experience, let .
for/Tax: Collector : : ::< "will give you an ,:. ; .
subject to the Democratic Primal, us figure i your job. First-class 'workat \ :'" .' : ; :
: /. !
I hereby EXTRA ,PAIR OF PANTS FREE! : il
:: I announce as a candidatetor reasonable ,rleeB. We know how ..

; June, 5th. JAMES, L. TAYLORFOR the office of Clerk of Circuit to build-give us a trial. :\ I:.. : This order good until May 19. You select your <::.. r }

Court, ..
subject, to the June Democratic
i Primary.' : Your vote and influencewill "! A. W. 'MI LER & BROTHERS :"L!: suit and with it any pair of pants yol like rV '.

REPRESENTATIVE 645 S MIAMI AVENUE I
ABSOLUTELY FREE.
be appreciated. .1'
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f' : ( J. A. FOUNTAIN MIAMI. FLORIDA.

t: > '. TO THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY ---. ,
:. COUNTY tF! you have a'' lot in a desirable location '
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF .
.; .. 'myself as a and want to sell, ,write Mc- :- ..
3 .I hereby announce DARCY DRY I
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.. CLEANING
I from Cully. Give location and price in
Representative -
candidate for ,
j subject to the action first letter. (f \
Hendry County Primary. To The Voters of Hendry County: Quality Service Satisfaction ,
of the Democratic June IY YOU have watch can't get .
I am 'a candidate for re-nomination a you ,
... If nominated and elected J ,shallkeep repaired any where bring it to C.ton's.Drug \ '
'\.. ..d. to the office of Count uperLntend. I. I
t"Lai"tud''a ) : -- -- < -
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in mind the tact ent of "Public l Instruction subject to L71& r'er aT A13 Store. I .

'' resentative is the representative ol. the :action of the Democratic Primary If I' don't repair it, it 'wfir5OLcostvyou '=h llL ,'&?McysjcyajsjscM..... ( d"r1!( iJ d r1 c1a rJ fe Pe,(QrcIi! ffiHjgmI Ii PefPPefaJ! i! "@J ".:
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represent .
shall
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such .
I (.:. the people and as in June. With assurance from: one penny. I fix them where: .__" I :':
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all sections of Hendry Countyto I .... .
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7" all parts of the county that the people others fail. :
best of my ability. -- ,_. .
the
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very ;; '- =
Your vote and support will be ap. approve my record as a public HAVE clients waiting for desirablelots I -, r........ I IIII n
t s servant, I rely upon their suppor' I :
predated. at a reasonable price. If you ..,.. '- '' ;I
and trust with them. '" "
case .
my "
Respectfully need money, write McCully. How ", ,.:, :" ; ": : > : ''' ... .-
ED. G. PFLUGE ;: :); I' : '. ":.' .OTEFOR ...:: ::
')\. LOUIS 0. GRAVELY about your equity. )' : : ,,
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' Pd. P.. A. FOR SALE 200 White Leghorns. '.,: -;:, : H.'d'l'i. U...
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COUNTY :: ;:\. .'
FOR COMMISSIONER *. .
. '. W.N. Y'
' PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Cheap for cash.-Address Box B, ( !::. erson ."./ ./ t o :
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DISTRICT NO.. 3 Clewiston, News. It. pd. : ". ; -

" 'i' I wish to announce. that I am a FOR REPRESENTATIVE I I .t : ?T

Jt ,...' ... candidate.. for the office of Superintendent I hereby announce 'as a candidate I '(hereby announce for re-election : ; <:
for FOR
.,. County Commissioner from Dis- :
of Public Instructltn, Hen. as your Representative .from Hendry i .,,_,
. trict Number 3. Subjest to the June I "" "J'"
; dry County subject to ,the Democratic County. Subject to the Democratic .- *.

., \' Primary In June. If elected I will Democratic Primary. Your vote and Primary June 5th. Your vote will be''I ::1\\ : + "
influence will be appreciated. I ;
\ conduct the office on A business ba appreciated. ,j ,.: COUhty'
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.. : sis. DREW HAMPTON GEORGE ''M. HENDRY I : ; Judge '
r.' : .:
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..,,, E. L. STALLINGS; ANNOUNCEMENT {{:: : < ;? i

r I Pd. ,. FOR SHERIFF I .. '
hereby
rt.. announce as a candidate .' '
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I There A Reason,1,1
r / ,: : ; IS : ; >
for the ;
Office of Supervisor of Registration ;
i '
r t v ;,: -- FOR REPRESENTATIVE' I ,I hereby announce myself as a of Hendry County. Subject :,;: .. ",'.' : :t( ,..: '. '.;: : t:.\, .

Q 1 candidate for re-election to the of- to June "
th.e: Primary. Your and '
vote
1. I wish to announce to the voterij- c
t of Hendry ,county that I will be '. fice .f Sheriff' of Hendry County. influence will be appreciated. : : \LCM Qualifications ons: <>; :

P 'candidate for Representative in the Subject to the Democratic electionon ALICE' CURRY BAILEY .

I.xl Democratic Primary of June 8th. 'jcf June 5th. If elected I will serve I tfr- \ .
FOR "
COUNTY
1 you In the same rrtanner as I havein COMMISSIONERDistrict / -
nominated and elected I promlM to r; < : : -
t.f1e past. Your vote and influencewill No.1 (Clewlston) 3 : :
give my full time, and devotion r ft* r ;
be appreciated.: ; ,._ .
\ the Interest of the entire count y,. Believing that District .. :; ,,:; : A, qualified man the job. ':- "
r D. 'L. MCLAUGHLIN N 1 ." .: j :. on i I'' .
t' J. E. BEARDSLEY \,.. I "
(Clewiston .. .
----- ) should have more active ;; ..: ,'. .', : I

:. FOR SHERIFF representation In the county, 1 here. .

'.. ANNOUNCEMENT' by announce my candidacy 'f.r ". if.' : ( : J. .-
t Te the Voters of Hendry County: I II County I : :_. I .
Commissioner _
from this dls-
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T The .
Voters of ,Hendry Cut}7;'ty ; _
I hereby announce myself a candidate trict. .
!'
Forlda.lib' .<-: Administration ,
for County Judge of Hendry Almost five of office without fear or favor.,'
years farming In this '
,
I 'hereby announce 6': I .
myself a ,
'. aJ\ County, subject to the Democratic section have equipped : .' ,. V ;. ,
me with a .
candidate for Sheriff of H hdry .
Primary of June 5. Your vote will be F(. : j
knowledge ; 0'
of the real
oourfty Florida, subject to the .actionof appreciated. community.Your needs of the : '.- .' ,: .. '.. ,,'

the June Democratic Primary If I W. N. HENDERSON support will be r .''. ,. 1-; .
nominated and elected I promise to justified. ',

do my duty as your sheriff. I FOR COUNTY-COMMISSIONER J S. .H. DAVISADMINISTRATION I ;:;. Conduct of office' work efficiently : '

I will appreciate your vote and "";'.. : .' .., .. : .
: : '
I DISTRICT NO. 1 (Citation) .. : :. .
support.. Respectfully.- ., J 1 1IN ,

W. W. HOLLAND.- I I hereby announce for reelectionas THE COUNTY'JUDGE'S COURT I /.t\: \ ./_' .. ,:}c.t '

HENDRY COUNTY .<>, :
a candidate for County Commissioner ESTATE OF '..- ',' r : J .

\, FOR TAX ASSESSOR I from District Number One. I NOAMI CREWS {" I Ir '. ..' .
r, Familiar with the office work. ; .
will continue to serve you as In the By The Judge of Said Court. ,;, 1 f' . .'"
I hereby announce myself a past. Whereas, Ida Crews, has applied V '" _

I'f' candidate for the office of Tax: W. C.'. HOOKER this Court for LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ;'" '. ... I;
Assessor for on the Estate of : .I .
Jlendr- county, sub ,
r .
NAOMI CREWS, deceased ."
ject to tliot>'ill of the voters ;it SHOES repaired while .you wait. said County of Hendry. lato o I '. I' I
,
r k the Democratic' { Primary Election '1 Tacked or sewed, cement or any- These arc therefore to cite and o: ," I ... II .

f\ to be field June :Stli; 192S.Jf way, colored section. Dr. J. 1 monish all and singular tho kindred .. .A professional man for a professional position \

elected 1 promise (with the TAYLOR, Clewiston L.I and creditors 'of said deceased to ]fo ..\ ..... "-
aid of the boaid of cquullratlon) Shoe and appear before this Court on or
Hospital.
before the 14th day of A. D. '
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not try to J homestead the office LOUIS O. GRAVELY Ida Crews, or to some other fit per- ;: I _

J.l. '.-. J h)' usIng favoritism: in the .assess- ATTORNEY AT LAW son or persons.
went of taxes for the Witness my name as County Jf(1-
.. purpose) '' of Bank of LaBelle Building of the County aforesaid this the 9th
I hundngup a political 1'
machine I LABELLEf FLORIDA day of April, A. D. 392S.
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.. other words I pledge my word: of I Attorney County Judge. I (Paid Political Advertisement) '
honor that if elected' ;In "J1028 I''BOTH STA TE AND -FEDERAL 5t. I

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1:Insulation' History Is Outline At.R.om.e, Italy:,:,<, :''' I




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,1 t'1a.ntEd by modern heating systems. ; 1925.1926>> Instated.\ form of Inflating matorial, notably In )als ow. home.: It is already" scientifically

DAHLfiREFR ERG; PAPER READ AT, Ko 'one knew the total heat value of Upper Celllag O.ly. thfct made from the flbro, of sugar; practicable and economically

a tore and it was necessary to pro Oct 22 21.G09 $I 7.02 cnno. have the quality of stopping I pesilble for houses tg bo erected

DERATION CONGRESS ceed by guess work. No one under- Nov 20 46,069 35.32 untie, efficiently Insulated, Is free in which a constant temperature and t

: !'tod! tfhy two rooms or two dwell. Dec 21 '. (61,6iO 47.92 from dampness and nerve-racking equable. conditions of moisture may

inns of oqual size required unequal Jan. 31 69,490 ((2.87 !icl$ee and, therefore. much more b-9 maintained the year round regardless -. .

:: MEETING I IN ANCIENT CITY I sires of boating apparatus. Feb. 20 .. '(', .: '4,401 49.12 ci!\Let aid livable, and also raoro of utslde weather condi- '

; Tho ,earlier difficulties: ,of the<< re- Mar. 23 : i 69,900 43.57; healthful fr tho family. boas, at a very small cost.

frlyerator cars were, of course, duplicated Apr. 28 .-:, 63,000 51.82 With the development of scientific In a house eflcie&tly laamlatod

An enlightening, history of tke dor of civilization thrived, groups: of In the early cold storage ;May 28'' :. 27,400 21.37 Insulation both In industrial build equipped' with a nodarn heating

opaent of insulation from the those dwellings formed that gradually ImlldlBgft' ani the knowledge of In- Juno 28 ;- I 8,600 7.27 Jags end in home., engineers ,have plant, the addition of aln air-candi-
learned now to accurately' t.oning device which dehunldifle
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nulations various kinds slow
efforts of the prehistoric savage grew into towns and cities. The of was
first built that Total i 432,000 $321.38 the amount ot hoot escaping through the air with a cold-water spray tnftummor
ly up' by a new profession-
to make himself,, a tent from the.Akins necessity for the erection of homes walls and humidifies It
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of tho "refrigerating 'engineer". The Considering that the heat requirements and roofs. Heat conductivity heats

of beasts ho had slain, to the Introduced new. professions Into the qualities that insulation must pOSe for the 1924-28 heating season through brick, wood, stono, concrete with a warm-water spray in winter,.

M It present day successful effort of insulating world, the carpenter, the mason, the sees and the methods of its application where 14 per cent greater than and other building materials it is entirely possible to maintain

buildings against heat or architect,' 'and the engineer. Specialization in a building and In a refrigerator normal the total gas COD.8Umption'wnuld haw been scientifically determined. the temperature throughout the

cold, was brought out in an address became the rule. The carpenter '; car were. slowly learned. Then, have bean 539,000( cable feet, Standards, by tho Armour Institute house at sixty-eight or seventy degrees -

:Written by B. G. Dahlberg, president, and the mason were concernedwith too, stoves began to bo supplantedby had there been no insulation. The actual of Technology, by 'the laboratories of either in mid-winter or In mid

of the Celotex company, which was! the assembling of material ant* modern heating systems. No one consumption for 1925-28. was the University' of Illinois and other summer,

delivered at the Fifth Inaternational with the costs of erection. The archL Knew the total heat value of a stove ;32,000 cubic feet, a saving of 107- institutions.. Accurate mathematical Air-conditioning devices are alreadyin

Congress of Refrigeration at Rome, test was interested in the appear and; It was necessary to proceed by 000 cubic feet or, 20 per cent. calculations have been made' of the satisfactory use in many Industrial -

Italy. ance of the home and the convenience guess work. No one understood why Yours very truly, amount of heat passing through va.nous '-. plants in the United States, In

The address is as. follows: of Its arrangement. The engineer two rooms or two dwellings of ,equals 'PEOPLES GAS STORES, 'Inc., materials In walls, so that it textile mills, paper-making plants,

Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: studied the strength of mate required unequal sizes of heating G. C. Carnahan. j Js now practicable to calculate read-, printing establishments, and candy

What place could be more fitting rials ,and devised methods for solVe apparatus. Manager, Heating Section." ih the amount of heat transmissionIn factories, where uniform temperature

for the discussion of Insulation 'than ing structural: problems.But Scientific study of the subject revealed In the United States the ''most com. any type of building. is desirable' because the mate.

this great Imperial city, for it is when It came to '''heating thr : the fact that 'heat leaked out non form of insulation for dwellings In conclusion, therefore, thead.vantages vials handled are highly sensitive to

from the 'language spoken here two house, In winter, or endeavoring''' to through the, walls and ceiling of a is a board one-half thick and of rather of insulation, are not prob- variations of temperature and air

thousand years ago that the subject make it cool in summer, it was, eVe dwelling in the same manner that large area, one of the common l'l matical but certain, capable of being conditions. Some of the more recently

cf this paper derives its name-insulation frY man for' himself. heat leaked in through, the walls and types being 4 feet wide and from S expressed in so many dollars of erected motion picture theatres

: -something which separates, Braziers: In which :charcoal was ceilings of a, refrigerator and it be. to 12 feet long. These boards are saving.: From this viewpoint we can I t.nd auditoriums in ,the larger cities C

as an island is separated from the turned, stoves for the 'use of coal come: apparent that INSULATIONcould like; lumber in that they can be cut I I say that Insulation costs nothing because (.f the United States are equipped 0

I /". 'ainland. and, wood were introduced in efforts be,.'made an economical and and sawed with c ordinary; carpenter !, the original outlay for -Its purchase with devices, for keeping the temperature

1. ;Although the word in Its common- to combat the cold of winter. necessary .factor in dwellings as well tools and, can be erected by ordinary Is returned in savings usually I uniform and the air conditions
f familiar one Windows, at first mere holes in the in not more than I regulated.It .
.est usage has been 'a as in cold storage apparatus. The workmen. They are rather tough reasonable three heating seasons '
harnessing of electricity walls roof, to let the smoke escape and the is but short step from the
Since the first or veiy great rise in cost of heating and In price, and have an insulation annual dividends are a
service ,of mankind, were enlarged and widened to returned as long factory and the public building .intothe
for the the advance in living' comfort, especially value of, .33 B. t. u. per hours, as the home stands.
it is only in very recent years that alleviate the heat of summer, and since the great war, made per ,square foot,' per degree differ, We have, 'view ,.insulation! so far home. Already there are In the

i .ft has been applied to building construction eventually were ,fitted with glass. till factor, INSULATION, which ence in temperature, per' inch thickness wholly from't e viewpoint': of winter United States four private homes so

even though crude attempts The count. strewed his, castle floor was once merely desirable or con They are usually carried in looking, to the maintenance of planned that they have uniform tem-

to supply insulation in the with rushes In an endeavor to keep venient, ,a necessity.: stock by lumber dealers so that they Warm temperatures economically perature throughout the year. To attain :

dwelling place' are older than writ- his feet warm, later replacing them Newer heating systems using oil are easily available everywhere. within the enclosure of the home. this new comfort in {he \dwelling

ton history.. with rugs, carpets and wallhangingsall and gas ''were invented which could They take the place, in frame, structures The benefits to be derived in summer house only three factors are '1

The prehistoric savage, seeking blind efforts to effect' insula be installed with economy and sat : of the sheathing boards whichare are no less remarkable because needed: ...

shelter 'in a rock-bound cave, build tion.But isfaction in operation, avoiding the used to stiffen the house because the heat resisting qualities of' the First: 'Efficient Insulation. s\1,
tent from the 'skins to the end of the insulated. home Second A modern heating plant. \'.
,. ing himself' a even up drudgery in the removal of aches these insulation boards have sufficient are available to present .
had slain for food, or Inst century little scientific atten- the external Third An air conditioning device. ':
heat
: of beasts he and providing freedom from dust, but strength to perform this function from entering : j
scraping together a pile of clay into tion Had been given to the 'subjectof in uninsulated dwellings their very very satisfactorily., They can al. i he house in hot weather. The four American homes thus J

I an unsightly hut, was endeavoring keeping houses warm In winteror '<'{st operated strongly against their so be used on the interior of 'a dwelling The time is quickly approaching; eauipped are but a. prophecy of the

to provide Insulation against the cool'' in summer. Within the memo use. so in the' last decade the idea : in place of 'lath "so that plaster in ''the United States at least, where new comfort that is cmoing to the'

. :' elements, the icy winds of winter, 01':y of the present generation the of the insulation 'of, the dwelling can be applied to them, and they are no one will think of building, buying, home ,in all parts of the world. Insulation ".

the heat of the summer sun, the stove was the universal heating de house has come strongly to the front.It I frequently decorated with different or renting an uninsulated dwelling of the dwelling is revolutionizing

fury of the storm. Instinct, or perhaps vice. If a small stove failed to heata Is commonly estimated that 'ofmo wall coverings or paint so that ,plas- any more than he would think of living the methods ot.building' ,,'

the first glimmerings of knowledge room a larger one was substituted. per cent heat in a dwelling, ter Is unnecessary; or, they may' be in a home not piped for water construction bringing within tre

( governed his clumsy efforts. It 'was not uncommon to find a stove :35 per cent is unavoidably lost lift 'in their natural condition, or at- nor wired electricity.. Recent de. reach of the masses homes In which, ',:

Yet old as these attempts are, the In each room of a house, for the low through windows, openings around tractively stencilled In color. velopment of inexpensive insulating they may live under pleasant condi- .. .

progress toward effective insulationof price of fuel of all kinds made heat doors, and the need of air changes.The The manufacturers of Insulation material, that .serves also to replace t dins that the last generation would .

the dwelling through the ages ing inexpensive. remainder, or 65 per cent of the fcr house building purposes have felt lumber in giving structural strength not have believed possible. J'rk

has been astoundingly slow. For Practically nothing was known of heat input, passes with greater or that these collateral qualities are ti) ,the building, has brought efficient I Comfortable homes mean a contented : '

1 countless thousands of years, scien- heating F principles. It was recognizedthat less rapidity through the solid structure valuable in that they tend to Induce ii'sulation of the dwelling house people. My own feeling is that ,1:..:

.,' ; *ti .ts tell us, human beings had been certain houses were harderto of the walls and roof. It '''is to the use, of this very necessary factorof within the means of people of, allciasses. the efficient insulation of the .dwell '. ,.

r loaming Europe, yet even the Crp- heat than others, but no one knew this 65 per cent that the insulation Insulation through supplying other : ; leg house marks a new era, contributing ; ;
at the beginning of the why. They merely called them "cold" needed much to the happiness, the ":
I'. flagon man manufacturer addresses himself and qualities in the structure : Looking into the ,future-and the i
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,:: .jjatc stone age had not yet learned houses and let It go at that. Therewas it is with little difficulty that he is of buildings.An very near future- I expect to see peace and the contentment; of the 'r Ii::

to build himself a home and'was I. a, factor ,in home-building that able to show a saving of from 25 to5G additional value' of certain every man. making his 'own ''weather whole world. I' ..!:

ftlll living In ,caves. Perhaps it jnay had. not yet been recognized.
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per cent at a rather negligible .
been the fourth descent of the Sometimes, it is '''true, this factor --
I xave cost for the insulation material. I .
;'rrible glacial Ice ov r'the ,conti: was; accidentally present in a, dwelling ...
? The cutting down permanently of {
hundred and fifty centuries -house, making it warm and comfortable ;
nent, one ,..
the. heat losses through walls and
ago; that drove him from his in winter, but no one under- .,
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caves, and spurred him on to the stood why. :"

first rude home-building. ,His slowly Two new advances in the material .
not be So large.' The boiler requiredand F
, I gained knowledge of agriculture, state of civilization,, brought forth the ; I ,1
the number of feet of radiation RECEIVED
too perhaps inspired him :with a desire necessity of exact knowledge of the JUST
may be cut, down In almost a di- '
to remain beside the fields he missing' factor. ,These were the
rect ration of the computed heat "
had laboriously cleared and planted.The spread of refrigeration as used in '
swing. Based on average costs this.
fact, also, that he learned to ccld storage and the refrigerator car I
In radiation would in
saving many
tame the cattle and pasture them in and also the development of modern -
cases be sufficient to pay for the insulating : O'NEW' JI
the fertile valleys undoubtedly in- heating systems.
'' material and the cost of applying -: DRESSES
lluenced him to establish there a These developments created new
it. The difference in the cost'1
permanent dwelling. professions and these new professions therefore h..j
of fuel, in an insulated "
I But even after he had learned to looked at the problem of the Louse would give ,clear" annual profit I ,, make bronze tools, to mould pottery, dwelling from a novel viewpoint, entirely :

his efforts at building a shelter that different from the' viewpoint to' the home builder. '' '7 : : : <'. ';:; p i
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The examples of heat.saving have: ; )\;, ; "l? : ,,;
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wculd insulate him from the elements of the architect and the engineerwho : : ,
been confined to, wall structures but t \
}ere crude, clumsy and ineffective. had dominated construction for ,
i hi roofs the potential saving is usu.flly \
\' slowly the art of home-bu\ldlng\ centuries. '
How so many
_,, much greater because uninsu! To' meet the 'demand'of Clewiston we have .includedin
developed as man emerged from save With the development of refrigerator ,.
lated roof structures in ordinary '
!agery, through barbarism to civilization cars and modern heating systems I ..
houses offer much less heat resistance \
I is evidenced by the fact that it became necessary to ask ;. i : r "
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I than' do wall structures.. A I' .
when the British some hundred years j new questions about walls androofs., I ,
greater square foot saving therefore ""f.. i our New Merchandise LADIES DRESSES.; ;...
ago discovered the island of Tasmania In the case of refrigerator cars I ;F
may be shown when insulation is applied l y '. .,, .
the savages there, while they the question was "Why can not this ,. .'*. '.*'' \ .
to roofs either on the inside ';';S .' ::
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had huts, had not yet learned horn car be kept cold even though It is 1 ,
under the roof rafters in old houses -
to provide them with roofs. made of wood and tightly closed?" c" .. I
or on top of the roof under the roof ,1.. r .
But though its progress was slow, and in the case of modern 'heating 1 '' '" .
covering In new buildings. An example I '
the art of home building did prog- systems "How boiler ,. I
I large a Is .need of the economy achieved by the I In Yesterday's Express we 'received over 700 Ladies'
less. 'Houses, In various countries; ed for this house and how many '
use of insulation in the roof alone is
,
were built of the material most con. radiators?". ;
given In a statement of the gas con- '
ltI [enlently at hand. The Arab ,on the The missing factor mentioned i .. .

esert, the Indian on the North above was, of course, insulation ; North sumption Bernard for heating Street a, home Chicago at, 5245 Illinois i, Dresses >in' the verr'latest designs. ':, ., .. :. .:
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American plains, built themselves against heat flow. The earliest need \
U.' S. A., which was uninsulatedone
tents from !skins. Those who lived for It became apparent in refrigerator \ ,1,1: .
heating season 19241925. ; ;, ,1 ': \
in the thickly wooded districts made cars In the United States of ...
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I. "At the beginning Of the 1925.1926 '
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themselves cabins of logs. The America which were farst ordinary '
heating season one.half inch layer
Egpytlans along the Nile piled up railroad freight cars built of wood \ .
I lof
huts of clay. As civilization advanced and loaded with meat which was un-derside We exte'nd', a special invitation tote Ladies to visit', ,, : ,

there homes built of bricks, cooled by Ice. After
came a long journey .' ,
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I I.ttlc. The insulation was brought "
,of blocks of stone, of hewn and In some cars ;all the ice would be .1:;
down: close to the eaves or edges of ,' I '

sawed Two timbers.great Influences combined to l melted but in and others the there meat was deteriorated ice still left, ']'the I: building ou all sides. I .: :our store and see the latest.: :: : i; : it

home building, and the 192r 4.1925, No Insulation. "
the
inspire urge for meat, would be in, good con-, I '
'protection from the elements and dltlon. It was evident that something'had Meter was Cubic Ft. Net\\. ,, :' ., ;," :' d
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from enemies, and the desire for to be done with these cars to Read. On Used Charge : : .' ." ,: j" '"' ;'

comfort, an unphrased feeling of the standardize the, temperature .of the J'SepL. 15 Meter Set ,. '. : .. "' .

need for insulation. In these early Interior, ,during all weathers. .. '( I. ...... ,: ,:' '
;... Nov. 6 ., 43,400 $35.97 ,
,4 mes as in the most modern structures The earlier difficulties of the refrigerator ,. ..
Nov. 24 ,31,400 24.37Nov. ( .
.: were found always these common cars were, of course, duplicated _.
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factors-wall and a roof-In the In tale early cold storage 19 86,400 65.62 '

t beginning, crude. weak, temporary, buildings ,and the knowledge of in Jan. 20 !. iosooo 91.82

1 as time went on becoming stronger, sulatlons of various kinds was slowly Feb. 19 ,' 67, OO 51.22 Heirich Dry Goods Go.FRANK '

more graceful, .larger, more enduring. built up by a new profession Mar. 21 58,400 44.62 .,' /: ,
These shelters naturally were located thai of the "refrigerating engineer". 'I r ,. '-Ai1

in selected spots, by the water The qualities that Insulation must Apr.. 22 42,000 32.32 :;'

I courses, in fertile, valleys, in possess and the methods of its application May 22 28,60 '>2...,..t. RICHMANN Manager.l'RIDAY ,/

pleasant coves by the seashore, at in a building and In are. June 2.1 6,800 5.92 .: 1
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tile meeting place of roads. And as frigerator car were slowly learned! ,-;. ,

the population Increased and the arts 'I hen, too, stoves began to be sup- '1'otal172,200' $362.13
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NOTICE Construction; Hurd L. Reeves ,145 26 171 Special Deputy-Fred Crawford and back through the, northern'<< Evcrgladen Waster, Owen The Virginian '

J. R. Doty 44 3 47 Polllns Place-Harry FJamlnpljUu.lding : over the Palm Beach-Clew- Kacmlllan. i

In compliance-with Section 214, Revise 'J- At Mill Site Those who were named election of- on Park avenue (Old City I Iston-Fort Myors highway or rlcevorsa. Holy Bible! : small ,pica." .. .,

frIcers and the districts are: Hall.. ) Hagedor, Hormann, '
Is hereby given that tho County 1 CLEWISTON WEST LABELLE. Another. factor -which ...wlH make Roosevelt-Harper.Habbortoh .

Commissioners of He.ndry County -- ; Precinct.,' One -Inspectors W. C.. Precinct Throe-Inspectors J. P. CVewlston tho .center. of state .tourist ) John, Helen Babiea-
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'Florida at a. meeting held on Wednesday vContinued( from page 1) ,j. 11.- Alston M., L. Williamson Pfaff, J'. H': Booth' R. C./ Hull. : tratol are the proposed roads' leadIng Grosset. i V 'I:
; May End, 1928, for tho purpose local .
with Chamber
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of examining: and revising the Cooperating the Clerk-H. F, Woodward. Clerk-T. F. Lane. north from Moore Haven 'and Burnett, :.Francea H., Sare Crewe .

registration books of Hendry County, of Commerce the builders have' Special Deputy-Robert Crouch. ''Special Deputy-Leo Yoemans. south through Immokaloe to the at d other stories-Scribner.

Florida, erased therefrom the namesof specified} in practically every In'Stan'ce Polling! Place' ,-Community church. Polling Place- -Old Albatross; Cato I Tamiami. Trail.l,', \ \ : 'I Connor, |.Ralph, Glengary Sch. olDaysGrosset.

all such as have died, or removed that local labor be employed, LABELLE o:. Bridge street= .r< ,; ;: 1.. i I '' By this' route' th'et'rlpv from 'Tam.pato ,

other-vie r.nrt while this ''hae ,resulted in 're- Prclnct_ '!'wo-Inspectrs.. Ji W. I (FT. DENAUD Miami will} be/somev40' miles! nearer Maclaren,'' Jan Beside the Bonnier

t Ic-wit: I jetting several ,out-of-town applications Christie, M. F. Yoemans C. Harold Precinct "Four:Insp'ecitora .' C./P" 'than -by npel; through Fort My Prier Bush-Dood.i S .

Precinct One (I- Nelson Bridges. it has brought about a more Mordoff. -. Rosa, C: Hubert; Walter, Mc \ally. 't ers and\" yrUl.make: It possible for vis- i i. ..'

Jno.Bagwell M. Buxton'C., M.Martha Brock Buxton J. P.: Robert Bar. optimistic feeling in tho community Clerk"'7 E. M.. Cornette.. *... Gloik-Ur' 'AyeW: '-\ ; '. .' 'i.;I' i it'drs to see. the, east and west coasts, .; \

ron Albert Backers Grace C. Backers and according to local merchants, .. '. : Special Deputy-W); Ei :Dyess. "I 'the 'central part of the state through Canal Point Is '

J. C. Ckason- Myrtle Chason :Alice ar increased volume of business. '. .. .. .- 1 .; Polling ,Place-Roan's old store. I Sebring in Highlands county the \:i},
) Davis;. H. Davis, :Benjamin. A. Discussing the solution of the .. Easy Victor In
FELDA in the northern
sugar cane project! : >
L'oerk Luther Dyke Carlle N. Doerk l.ioblem tf housing the hundreds of j: CLARK ;' '. \ '' "
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Q. -.: : \ Precinct I"iv'e'-Inspector
W R. Duke Ch s. E. Forbs W. T. t M. N. Everglades at Clewiston and, the Double
Header'
Frith,' J. H.- Fritli, Burk Frith I. L. y/orkers who will make their home Taylor; B. A.' Thomas 'E. B. Hull. southern 'Everglades of the''Tumiami: .i .- .

Golf, C.. H. 'Gay C. M. Hall William lt\"'ro with the operation' 'the new 'r'I Clerk-R, B. Waldron. Trail m one single trip. I. ". (Continued. from page .1). i \ ,
4 Holley, L. W. Jones. J. W. Jackson, 1.500 ton a day sugar mill In December : ALICE BAILEY. : I : --
; Special Deputy- Tom Thigpen. Bus: traveling--time across the state
Gilbert L'angford W. 1'-. McCart Ola E/ C. Cole member of the ; .'. I.. cheers. of those who were out of
:M('Cart. Harry McCart'; D. Matson, : buml.1 I Pplllng Place.. ,-School house. will) also bereduced with the 'completion "
E. ins: committee said: I r. '' reach and the growls of those :who '
Myers
..' Eita. H. Myers John W. ; SEARS of the. new roads direct ,
A. Maier, L. L. Moore Edw C. Mc- vWhile it -Is true that building per; :: FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Precinct v/ero not. ;. '
Six
Inspectors M. H. Si- through LaEelle to Fort Myers, since .
Hueli l W. J. Strickland,. Lynn.Turner, wits total almost $100,000 'and while .
J. :\.. Williams, D. W. Woodl.ey, B. .SCA eral fine homes, stores and'' apartments I ias, Ira Ellis L R. Holland.t t 'stead of changing to the boat a' ; -Ho hum i{another obituary notice

"Warcllaw, R. -Wilbor.. have been erected the fact J. E. BEARDSLEY ., Clerk-W, A. Davis. ..'. lewiston, the Collier Line. busses:: will appear after next Sundays .game
Precinct Two ((2)) : Stanley Aiken, Special Deputy-W. t.. Hayes mill continue direct arcoas the state,
Grace G. Bekemexer, Carl Bekemeycr. that -fall of' these have been rented ; with South Bay. Incidentally, just to
C. Campbell ..I Polling I Place-j-jch.ool 1 ...hou."X. atSeafs. malting the entire trip in less than -
:
A. C. Burke. Samuel
indicates
that the
construction activity kid allow
GRAVELY you along us to announce I
'Eula Edwards Radford Edwards, L O. live hours. .
Hubbartt, Robt. merely taking care of our : I .. that the team has been [ .
John W., Hall Ella Bids for the new roads will be advertised reorganized.
Jacobs, lJ..t sent "'needs ,and can' 'hardly betaken
S. leard, Lila Jacobs Lou t Restating within. the next few weeks, Yes aagin. The probable lineup for
R. L, Lowe Gray II., Lott, Louisa rs a solution of' our problem HENDRY\ : ,,1. Work .f
Lowe. John H. Maglll, Robt. H. Ma- to confronted this fall. A summer GE.ORGE. .- : I I Is Started It was said. tho nevt sacrifice will be Lockett
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on
trill, Wm. M. Magill, Joseph Maslauka "
Davis ,
catching, pitching boy,
Newcomb of, unusual activity in which a poor
Cora Newcomb; James .
W H. Overocker: Josephine Pascher, number 'of small homes must 'be> ) I Present Grade lxtraBook s Needed, Whit on first, Sims on second, Paul ,

Adolph Pascher, Geo. W. Pette.. Fort 'I] erected' will be necessary to' have ." FOR TAX COLLECTOR, .: (Continued from page 1)) (Continued ,from page 1)worthCrowell' I Alston at short, 'Doug on third, and' '
.. Richards, Tillie Richards Nina '"
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; adequate facilities ,;here for the mill Rabbit, Gator and Sansbury chasing
J. A. ]
Mae! Stephens, A. B. Sheppard ; fjc artery '
Tcmhagan, C. O. Thomas, L. W. Wethinston workers. BILL ANDREWS \ those that get through the infield.
B. F. Walker. Of those who started, or completedtheir ; Completion of the Fort Myers- Scott Sir Walter Marmion -

Precinct Three ((3)) : F. S. Crews : building projects during the. I .\ C'.lewistou-Palm Beach highway from I Houghton. V We wonder if they will have, many (

Jl: C. Dyess Nannle Dyess M.\ E- yast month only three were local '. :I coast to coast will rank in Importance : Scott Sir. Walter, Rob 'Roy-Macmillan. to chase. ...
O. Hanson '
Forrey J. F. Hay, Harry TAYLOR J.
Jr., Harry O. Hanson, Sr., Effey M. people. These were E. C. Cole, M. W. JAMES the completion ,of the Tamiami We really think this is 'enough, so ;

Jenkins,'' Ray C. Jenkins Chas. H. L'Igg, v/ho both built homes and -I i'1'.ail from Fort, Myers to Miami, It I Seton E. T., Talisman, Lives of watch for the announcement of an

;Murray, Jas. Monroe, C. A, Moore Frank Richmann who built a new FOR TAX ASSESSOR. I I '.!? .believed, and the two roads are, the Hunted Wilk Animals I Have overwhelming victory for someone in "

L. R. McCreery, Frank' J. Norton store. The northerners were J. W. already being discussed as tHe "Ev- Known-Scribner. next week's write up. And frankly,
Rose L. Norton, John W. Redding. I '
Precinct: Four (4)) : J. A Cochran, T-oeger: of Chicago, Mrs.. Anna M. r erglades loop." Motor club officialsof Stevenson R. L., David Balfour dear patrons, if this bunch of fat

r Ida Cochran Z. R Reed Mae Ful-I Hopkins of St. Louis O. L. Jeffries HURD L. REEVES I. other cities believe that the northern Kidnapped Treasure Island-Scrib- headsdon't: go out and cop them

gham, C. F. Fulgham, E. F. Fulgham 01' Columbus, 0., B. M. Beach of Day- I.I visitor driving through Florida ner. selves a ball game there ain't goingto

Drzdamoua Fulgham Rosco Miller, I will make the trip down the east Works be write up, and can you
n S. Taylor, Levada Taylor. I :.ona and Mrs. Emily RIckmeyer of I Tennyson Alfred Poetical 'any

Precinct Five '((5)) : W. A. Westber.r
\. Phoebe Thompson J. L. Rimes, I
,. Florence Maddox D. K. Gritfis, Sarah I

Green, Henry '''Estes, A. L. Fo'" OfficersAppointed) FOR COUNTY COMMISIONER i H--Y_=--=- ];,_. u _:=:::.__" --.L.: -=- -.i=..r. ;;;"""' -. I Ij
son P. K. Granger, C. M. Granger, .' :j i
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W. D. Hough Mrs. W. 'D. Hough, For ,L'
Fntrlcio Mordoff E. M. Page Ida L. In view of the assistance being given home builders in;
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County
Taylor, A. B. Townsend; Primary J. P. :HULL, Felda District'sH I .: ."

and that the County Commissioner (Continued 'from page 1)) solving the house shortage problem, the Clewiston Chamber ./ '
of Hendry County Florida, will -- \
meet on Tuesday.May 15th 1928, at of Commerce' endorses the work of the Clewiston '
: J. A. Fountain 91 98 V
Dist No.. .
10:00" o'clock A. M., at the CourtHouse I L. DELANEY, 31 ,
in the City of LaBelle: Flor- County Judge Home Building Association and recommends its shares _
ida. for the purpose of restoring to 'v. C. Richards 28 4 32 "

th> said registration name's books any lof W. N.. Henderson 152 28 ISO W. C. HOOKER, Dist'. No. 1 to those .planning ,to make a savings investment. ..
have been
the above which
I
' Tax Collector .
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: \vrougfully or erroneously erased or : : '
stricken off, provided 'such person'shall W. P. Andrews 61.'' 15'' 76 .1.1 .. CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE .

:' make such fact appear to the James Taylor 157 .17 175 Si: H. DAVIS i

r; : County satisfaction: Commissioners.of the said Board of Commissioners =. """==.-" ,_,u_-' '- -=== = .= ._'. .= =o.u '. a.- = .= _' .'_ -.
. SEAL J. P. Hull (Felda) .> -
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W. L. MURRAY H. L. Delaney' 70 13 S3W. D., HAMPTON, D st-No. .\7' .

\ Chairman Board of County Commissioners C. Hooker '37 \ ..6 43 e 'LfSMaMcMiiySi Ch I CP M1 QPC LnLn'u P'Lr'h Ch IP ]
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.. Hendry County Florida. S. H. Daves 21 2 23 I.
:, Attest: William T. Hull ?I V 25'' .- FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUB !I
D. Hampton ', .5 30 !J.I .

(': '. It. S Clerk.'i I M. F. Johnson ''j 2.2' 2 LIC INSTRUCTION 7.0', .' ,:, : 'j};'; :, ; :> ; :' :"7 '> : :> VC-: : .' : .;., .::)

. Sheriff .
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'' V NOTICE D: L. McLaughlin" V14l' ''V'23\ 164 ./t., .'."" .: : .. ....
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STALLINGS { '
V.V.. Holland 52' 5 57 E. L. I IJ : I -
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In
:: compliance with 249 Revised I I : ; ,
'- .... General Statutes of Florida ? i '
7 and the Acts amendatory therto notice ED. G. PFLUGE 1" A refreshing; stopping place on. .the shores of Lake:

is hereby given that the Board ',,g ; .. '. ,
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of Countv Commissioners of HendryCounty l. /.' ',:. ',/fi:;' :',' ''' ;''\:' :,,:: ( .\ !\. .t'.','. ::. :".". ...:)., : ',: ,:., ';" ',':i'ifOk' -;; .
j Florida at a regular meeting'Of FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK .. 'C .'-. : I..v.f" ".. .. ,., ;', -. (...-,.. \ '.- .... '" ',, .'l' '" .
said Board on the 8th day of May Tour. Man / eec h '1; : itj: :! : : '
A D. 1928. appointed the following L I ) i : :
'election officers for each of the Precincts : o. e.e. : '[ 'r : r : < '1< :" { /, ( .: ,;, ( \.J < I
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: of Hendry County Florida A Safe Man I WILLIAM T. HULL I.\ ; '" '' : "ivv/"f": ; .
for the Primary Election to be heldon ; : : < t

June 5th, 1928: Tired travelers for bus' boat toenjoy ,
._ waiting or ar preparing ,
Precinct .One ((1))-Inspectors W. .
',J : Of-ACTION J. A. FOUNTAIN I I
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j-' C. Owens J. .R. Alston M,, L. Williamson. A Man I' ,
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[ Clerk: H. F. Wodward.x \ of famous meals I at th I Inn find the'.coo1 1' '
one the (
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: FOR SHERIFF''V.
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:. Special Deputy: Robert Crouch. II A
Polling Place': Community\ Church. I -;: v 1 : A-- : d : :- g

i- (Precinct Two ((2))-Inspectors: J1.1 : II : /.* ; ..# -.:'' V.Y, 'V;.. -';,-I.' 1
: \ Christi; M. F. Yoemans, C. Har. i I :; :
> : .spacious lobby unusually restful ,, : s/i; :: >x/ iE
HOLLAND :
'I' old Mordoff. j W. I. : ; :.
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Clerk: E. M. Cornette I .. ".'IH'. ': l; ''' "IJo/!; --'(../ '-
Special Deputy:" Fred Crawford j j I I <. ; ,' I ,-; '. -;:'': : ; >. 7 -::'::t,,,: "1J : : }>

Polling Place: Harry Fleming's j D. L. MCLAUGHLIN .j '. :.'. ,.' \ .' ',.. t ?r n' .- !Epl'
Building on Park Avenue, (Old City ; I "

Hall). I I I ::, : ; The insulated l 'with.: Celbtex m d '.'frb'm'I i I"I.
Precinct Three ((3))-Inspectors: J j 1 : : inviting lobby a -
]P. Pfaff J. H. Booth, R. .C. Hull. FOR COUNTY 'JUc'GEV. ,
7_ 'Clerk: T. F. Lane. : :- '. .:::: ; '
Special Deputy: Lee Yoemans. I* i ,
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Pollr! P'' CP: Old Albatross Cafe I. -sugar cane fibre also leads .to trips through the: waving
i \ C. RICHARDS .
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on Bridge Street. V
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PrnM-ift Fur. ((4)-Inspectors) C SI \ ". *
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. O. Ross C., Hubert Walter McNally -.
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the mill the-first' unit
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Clerk: U. Ayei' fieds of sugar cane en.route to sugar
W; N. HENDERSON '/ :'.: 1 .
Sppc'nl Deputy: W. E. Dyess. I
PolUnu Place: Roan's old store. I II II T1.' .: t i '.' ' -

t, Pre-'n-t; Five ((5))-Inspectors; : M. I i . ..' .'of.. which. IS now under construction.- "-"'" '.-- -. ....:;;..\ '-.,I.." --.r. h. ',1.'" ,-1'<'........"' A -
I Fill In ballot and mail it
:N Tailor. B. A. Thoaas E. B. Hullt your .
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.: Clerk: R. B. Waldron. if now or drop it in one of the Clew-,!! : YL\ ,. { ;: "
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. Special Deputy Tom Thigpen. } ; : < ; : >:; 18
Pol'i?'""' Place: :School House. iston News voting boxes so that' ; "I. .. .. > .. ,. ," : '
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