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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'I' Mrs. W. C. Owen and I 1L PLANS ARE MADE '::.i

:, I' I n Complete Returns From : ,j
,I BY TOM SMITH Mrs. A., Montgomery .
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First 4 : \ I County Not Available :
;,.,' 'I'.... Awarded PrizesIn : FOR CLEWISTON .
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Contest. Week. .
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; Tabulation of votes cast ,
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,'1' ,. SWIMMING
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,:'candidates in the Democratic primary't I ,' 'j
Terminating months of work on the ;';1
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t part of Clewiston residents' in beautifying I IJ Doyle Carlton, Tampa attorney, :'
of the candidates :
Election ,
'1: &'f 1 Results:-- endorsed and recommended : their lawns .in competition Pool Six Feet Deep Is I with more than 90,000, votes is leading ':'::1

by the for, the prizes offered by the Clevis- the race for governor by a safe :',
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j i"I "+ CJewiston News a heavy majority ton Woman's club, Mrs. William Cecil : I margin. 'according to latest advices,

Owen was awarded first prize 'for 1rA V 7s 1 -.Y Of Dock with Fons road ':'
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: !..i..ere elected by; the voters. The I Hathaway, chairman .
: :. News throughout! the campaign shied the Santa Maria section and Mrs., A. more than 9,000; in the rear and Sidney :j

:', from mudslinging and' character astt""syssination I Ir G. Montgomery first prize ,in Celotex- Clewiston I will have' a. swimming. ,, J; Catts in third place. t a

town. Judges of the contest were :Mrs.: pool within the next few ,weeks
and the fact .ti...*t its selection rwp % according Park Trammell swept the field in ,,

: r met with the approval of the Ira L. NeSmith, G. W. Gordon and .' L rtw to plans announced this week his race against Governor John Mar' ''.,;.
Dr. H. T. Summa. 'in the engineering depaitment of the tin for United (
voters is a'tribute to the paper and ,' States Senate, .j
t Second and third prizes in the Santa ? decision I
l. clearly reflects the people's confidence company. a Carlton early in the balloting piled i
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Maria section, were Mrs. E. L. ei .ti p The new swimming place, which I .
f, in Hendry county's really pro- ;9; up a heavy lead and maintained it as j

i gi'cssive paper. Siowartand Mrs.: J. O. French. In a ax rr.' ;I'n.5 been dredg.edto a ,depth? of from returns 'from :various. sections of the .j

Crlotextown, second and third prizewinners six to eight feet is, located 'near' the state were ,announced.. .:

were respectively Mrs. D. cud of the company 'dock/beyond/ the Although Carlton is credited with :

5.t, During the past week three prominent Allen and Mrs D. Traylor. Clewiston: Inn, and plans 'are now being victory offically complete returns .. "

.> men, one from Chicago one First prize for the Santa Maria sec- considered for the installation) o. 'will not be. available before the earlypiXrt ;),

\,i :;". ';3& from New York and lit n was '$5 cash and the same, for ; c >, a" diving board and other apparatus.' ., of .next ,week.. I ,. ''';{'

Wominent Men one, from Jackson- the first prize in Celotextown. Sec- 4 The pool, It was'explained will not In the 'county results Hurd L. ,:J

; Praise Cane-ville highly praised 'mri' prize winners in both sections .A$7 f be officially opened until'a road i is Reeves whose' candidacy was endorsed ""1

,' the' work. "underfay will receive $3 worth of shrubbery completed to the location; and, this I by the Clewiston News, swept '..::

;; hire. All of the remarks; were com by applying to .Charles, A. Jackson, ) ; w., rl. will be started immediately. the field polling more than two- ',;

"4 l'Iim I ntar but one particularly local agriculturist. i _, With deep water' improvements "inmo thirds of the. total vote cast.: .
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V; .struck the note when 'hq said, "Since Third prize for both ,groups is hon s x __ : lake and the probable transportation His campaign marked by the, absence

Dahlberg is back of' it, it's enough I orable mention 'with a picture of the activity on Okeechobee .in the of mudslinging, Mr. Reeves because -

'vfor- me"*. This man had seen Mr.Dahlberg I prize ,winning lawns printed in the F'cs ponirg important''' business conferences until after he had made rf.ar future, the swimming( ,pool It I Iwa of his pressing duties in con-

Jt-: build' up the celotex: organ Clewiston News. These pictures will a personal inspection: tour of his ,holdings here, B. G. ,Dahlberg, press explained will 'be particularly: debirable rection'with: making'up the tax lists'conducted' +

[i,/'Iralion .and.1 he knew as, we .know thai he carried in the News next week.: idsnt f the Celotex company and the Southern. Sugar company ..fol.I and 'even at present f'a close- his' campaign mostly ,

for the same treason the future o. Commenting on the lawn beautiful I levied in detail, work under way during his two-day visit here this in pool will eliminate the necessity through the advertising. columns of

: the Southern: Sugar company is wel. contest,' Mrs, I. L NeSmith, speaking week. From ''lr.e, he went to.Canal poin'tt; inspect the activitiesof of boating out on the lake' to reach 1 the Clewiston News!

'&ecure.Wth. < fur the other members of the ,committee the Southern Sugar company on the eastern end of Lake Okee a suitable swimming- place.f I He has been tax assessor since the ,

j..s :, ": ::,. said that there has been a chobee. Official date of the opening of threw organization of the county in, 1925

.4 noticeable improvement in Clewiston ,--_,,_. .n._.__,.._. '-' .'._._-'______ swimming place gill be announced and his record 'of office coupled with
"t' the'. departure of Dr. Puffer lawns since the launching, of the con- through"'the Clewiston "News the' forceful advertising campaign

.'-'lov. Arizona 1( tfr.: 'Tatum' of Lake trst by the Woman's club.. SUGbiR BARON PLEASED j WITH at a later (date. brought him overwhelming victory.
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,,: ,..New Doctor: -: .pians to piactise, ,i inTo tu fully ,appreciate, the .improvement. ; majority ,over .his' opponent, ,was
TOBUILD
'\ Arrive.i : = ,lewiston Dr. Ta.r' -I I'but the other, members of the committee ACTiVITY HERE CONTINUES TO z HOUSES shown "'in' the returns was 'County

,i' .turn's coming here inform 'me'that the plan has .
Judge W. N. Henderson, also endorsed
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.:-' Is n: fortunate event for the people. ,. Leon. a big \ ..forward' step in town CANAL POINT TO INSPECT WORK AT CANAL: POINT by the Clewiston News and who
community.i '
t>f- tlje With! years ,of successful bt utificatlon. used the News advertising columnsas .
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activities the world of s ienc' The official of' the committee -- ,
in. ; report ; ': 'a supplement l to'his personal can .
.'. ",and'in his Lake' Worth office : read" as follows:. : After .i two day: visit here during :
>* jine'ioast Filtration Plant AlsoPart yass..of..the'' vaters. .
. ; : d of one of the-most con. }I;I; After- ..a: most' enjoyable'. and pleas- hich h inspected! not, only: the 1I ,- BRYANT. REVIEWS In 'the: race :for' representative '.filan
, '.* p1'diagnostical l in the !)z.nt., : boulevards 000 I (), ton mill ind cane of ,Suga \.C om-, .'
| ? :laboratories trip ;about the pf --'. a.-rtnvfJujgir" -' .' returns have 'not'' yet been tabulated:
entire This will be ntoved' to Clu\\lston, .'the after fields but Yliited' virtually l every.. section SUGAR INDUSTRY -,' '
.'';' sjtate. t i committee a i iI I pany Project but'.latestl reports showed. -O., :
I* .Clewistojijn! the pearl::1 fare it.is < most rigid and painstaking effort. of his .holdings, B. G. Dahlberg vote'
x.'l lead
: I .Gravely; with: ,a ten_ !over'jflrri
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4 pelted, :but1the.' .. signlficaptmefsagels' .::-, ,. 'Leg to submit the awards:and prizesas president of the Celotex company and IN I Plans for the immedia'te'constru i < : Beardsley' of Clewiston with J.
EVERGLADES
that fa nwho..1s: '.-'so-'deeply 1 -"'In- : : .follows: time Souttje-n, Suar company, : left ) : Hon pf ''1.bO. houses and a barracks for, A-.Hendry in third: place.. ';'....... i 'f
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f tc'iested} in his :equip his Inspection ," .
here to
Section
profession to a Santa Maria : Wednesday .' complete* '
t f .laborers to be this close the contest
j; ..negro employed '.,Another, race -was. .' ... .-
:. complete laboratory must, be a,-val- First Mrs. 'William Cecil tour at Canal Point< From I. .
J' % prize. ; fall at the Canal Point mill. of the ; lor sheriff when D": L. McLaugfilin;;
@ie ..hticliUon'..Clewiaton.. ; I I Oweri.Second.' .' theme he and his guests, H. C. Vanceof First Commercial, Producer I Southern! Sugar company a'nd 'Installation present" ': Incumbent nosed:out-- W.' --W.
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:' .- r: I : prize Mrs. E. 'L. 'Stewart. Chic-v' o,, Senator. William T. Tully --
; Holland. precincts it
: : \ ", .Says '. Prospects : in the near future':of a water'fiitraUon : The Clewiston .
.: : : j;/ Third J.-.O. J New York 'and Giles"-S. Wilso'ncf
: .' prize-Mrs. ,. French, of : .: plant in that community was said, elected McLaughlin.
:,: ..B.3G..: Dahlberg, president. of the ?: Please .turn '.to.page 4 Jacksonville will meet the Dahl Unusually Bright ,
) I :' : --He.announced this, week by F. E. Although official returns are not
p, ,CJelotex,...company, 'an1'{ of.._.the. Southern berg plane at Palm Beach :1ll.i to .
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:' } Jacksonville] New Orleans and Chi
CLEWISTON I err Sugar company i in charge of cane the next four years according, to{
DahllJerg : .spent .a: few. : ; days. CANE (; \go. "d States government experimental '
operations in the northern Ever piesent indications will be: .
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: Pleasedhere .' s'allon at Canal Point, in finding dis- .
'looking over (
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p Arriving on a through Pullman on '
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; glades. Tax Collector
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'' ...<.-' 1 his.FlprJda-hpldiugs.. : RANKS WITH BEST the! Atlantic Coast Linef'Mohd aY' ',-tlie_ I:P'tt!: :resisting sugar canes! F. E.r'ryant Work pf modernizing the present James.;" Taylor ''1\|'
South-
Having risen from clerkship to the vice president of the .
baron the sta- "
sugar was greeted at I .ip 111 at Canal Point will also be started '. Tax Assessor '
r:head. of interests whose total investment Please turn to page 4". .' ::'J.1. Sugar company. and. general supervisor : : I'
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said
in the near future Mr. Bryant Hurd L. Reeves.
represents in excess ,of ,5000@,0D0. ,- Vice President of of. all plantation operationsfrom .' ,
Cuban ;ml among the slight improvements County Commissioners
;' ? ..the sugar ,baton, 'js. a typefimth Clewiston to Canal Point said I
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." .' .'' Praises ":, LQCAL CIRL rv.Il.L.orBEr.--.: deeded to bring the mill to .a GQO 'ton W. G.::Hooker, Clewiston: ; H. L. De.I .-
./ studying. Undivided -attest ion .. .Company today thatthe_ Southern Sugar company : '
.L. STUDENT INSTRUCTORMiss : I
Please turn to page 4, laneyrDistrict No. 3; Selden Stew'ptt..Di'strict -
is 'entering the sugar cane industry %
; rethe matter at hand might well Local Activity' '
No. 2; Bill Murray, Fort
:' have been his slogan for success, and I __ 'at with more' tried and tested
: Laura M.
Matteson
I nurse PRESS DAMAGED Deraud and J. L. Maddox Felda.
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:,this was clearly seen, when at the e'n Palin canes than any other company in'the
1 have never: s any better cane'in Good Samaritan hospital, West .. Supt. of Public Instruction '
scene. of mill construction he scarcely history of. the sugar industry., '
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any country I've visited. Beach, returned Wednesday after
Because. the dropping of a print- E. L. Stallings. >
. : talked and later in thecane Mr. Bryant who' has studied sugar "
cane
. sugar
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This was the statement made by ppending week' here with her ,'
a -
parents ei's! quoin key on the bed of the Circuit Court, Clerk ,:
fields he, did not _once mention P. G. Bishop, vice president of the Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matteson, mile growing in the Everglades since '.
: press. The Cle.wlston! 'Xewst plant this Wijliam .1'...Hull. ,
1910
tbp mill.. Another factor which and has been active in' raising .
Cuba Cane Sugar corporation who prior to her entry in the Gainesville 1 i\eek was temporarily crippled. -' : .. : Sheriff .
should be Interesting sugar! : cane commercially since 1922
to Clewiston
with C. N. Ageton: onsulting'so 1 college: for 'nine weeks'' preparing for
" Because of this accident the News D. L. McLaughlin
known
.property H as the father of the su'gar
owners was the official'sinterest
chemist for the Southern i ho Instruction nurse's.
Sugar of student i unable to publis its usual complete County Judge
; In the movement in the Everglades.
townsite. Let us con. company made a trip here from Havana I During her in' Clewiston she
stay ."There paper, but to get the election news W. N. Henderson. .
sfder him as the largest L Is nothing new about growing "
property I'
Cuba to inspect_ the'opera'tions made many friends who join in con-
: of
I to the public a smaller paper was Supt. Registration ,
c wner here, and then keeping in'm.lnd here. ; sugar In the Everglades, he said. .
I ratulating her her opportunity to
on
nCe printed.: Mrs. Alice Curry Bailey.
his keen Interest in the jiThp first sugar was grown in the
community, l I
Please' .
turn to page 4 obtain. his course.
trjC' to Imagine his taking party: in ,I, : Glades at RItta In 1910, and the! first

anything except of distinct benefit to cano. .- for "commercial, purposes. 'was .

community.. grown: : and ground t in 1922 at\ Canal PROMINENT VISITORS PRAISECLEWISTON'S ,
: CLEWISTON '
." -:'. ... VICTORIOUS IN TEN Point. I
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:' ; '.after giving the question .serious ';t INNING GAME WITH LAKE PLACID. .. POSSIBILITIES

.'@nsiderauon, P. G. Bishop, vice pres.,
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;" {. Ident of the Cuba|
: I .. TRANSPORTATIONHEAD High praise and enthusiastic endorsement Various species o( cane.
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+ ; Havana 'Man Cane, Sugar I I
Mia bases, and-this
corpor-
with
'coupled
some
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:: : Enthuslastlc-ation of Havana, [bpd 'breaks
and poor baserunning, Southern at Clewis mill construction reserved opinion on
Sugar company I
parts and late '
this week said In., of Bee. Ridge, now cost the locals several opportunitieso IS 'NAMED,
I I I ton were expressed this week by Sen: the cane until he had completed theafternoon's
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connection with ,Clewiston chief moundsman for Cane I
the Crew,
+ before ,
sugar the
I I score game went into ator William J. Tully of New York.;I drive when he summed up
caneY "I have never seen any better l last. Sunday twirled extra sessions..
.. ::T.lil/ the nearest "perCnU In the tenth, however, H. C. Vance, Chicago capitalist and his' statement saying:

cane in any country I have visited." game of baseball ever pitched 'in otter the visitors had gone ahead by R. Y.Patterson Will>< ] one? S. Wilson Jacksonville banker, "After seeing the various aagles to

Y'his.,' ',. sincere compliment coming from the Lake Okeechoboe section. Only scoring' one In their half to break the Work Out Plan For \ who spent two days here 'as the the plan, I believe it Is one of the
',,,, an, executive of a Cuban. sugar cor-, one hit was gleaned by long of the
opposing hit-- string goose-eegs on scoreboard guest of B. G. Dahlberg, president of biggest things in America today. The

pVr >ratlon Is a great tribute to those : tens .in nine innings of torrid ball and I Pete Wilson came to the conclusion Sugar CompanyPlans the Sugar company cane looks, very wonderful and Judging -

sponsible. for the' ',fine Clewiston but one other man reached first, this I I that the case was desperate' Arriving here on a through Pullman from Its present healthy condition

.tl k'* c'" ..nea.... .. I I It I kn on error in the first inning. ThornI ,I t.nd opened the i inning with a slash- for the transportation of with Mr. Dahlberg on the Coast it Is easy for me to understand

'f. 1'1.'a,. I I ias, first baseman for the visitors who tine; single to left. Beardsley hlne for 14 to 18
.t.. 7;" ,I' Mitcar cane from the fields to the Line, the party after lunch at the its growing to a height of
.. singled in the seventh, was doubled I I'I :Pleasue turn to ono, 4 after- f ct.
} ... \lousing facilities for'several hunJ" later new mill now under construction are ,Clewiston Inn spent' the entire ';
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up &o but twenty-eight men : hemp worked out and soveral cane noon on an inspection tour of the "From what I had read and what
COLE GRAdUAtED
:; DOROTHY
r workers
i negro to be employed faced Wilson In nine
; +t innings 'I ; tracts will be started In the near future company's holdings here. Mr. Dahlberg told me on the trip
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J"..I;, ;. .... ...* Canal I Point at Canal the Point sugar will mill be In A second error in the tenth, followed Miss DOJ'othYLUcille Cole, daughter it was announced yesterday by Although the progress at the new clown I had formed a conception of
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by
Activityprovided a fielders choice' and another I of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cole ,was R. Y Patterson, whose appointment 1.500 ton a day sugar mill proved the the town and was rather preparedfor

with the hit, scored a run for Lake Placid (i i graduated from the Fort Myers high
plans for the Imme- and cost Big Pete a shutout, Sims |school last Friday night completing r'ully! announced thtis week. thfy appeared to be greatly: Interested scribe the mill and the fields whichso
.$:Iate construction of 100 houses. The
caving trouble .
Southern by a perfect throw to Ithf I four year course. Mr. Patterson formerly of O ,egcho. In the drainage, and townsite work, clearly reflect the wonderful pos
Sugar company working plate
the to cut down the second ?:Miss! Cole will spend the summer bee will handle the entire transpor- and several hours were spent in trips sibilities you have here."
i n the theory of liveable sanitaryQuarters' I
make runner and prevent further scoring. i I with her parents. 4-t1on problem for the Southern Sug- through the sugar cans fields, where Mi. Vance commenting on the activities -

. 4<. : contented employees Collins, on the mound for Lako :,i Whether she will continue her ;M' company both at Canal Point and F. E. Bryant, vice president of the here paid tribute to the ability
r "'fll bring the labor of the workers '
Placid, hit'hard
was by the Cane studies in the fall has not been; an Cllewiston with headquarters here. company' and J. R. Zell field super- of B. G. Dahlberg to see a plan
I to the highest : 1
point of efficiency. Crew, but .
r was stingy with men on jionuced. Please turn to page 4 intendent at Clewiston explaIned' the Please turn to page 4

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;; Entered as second-class matter February 8, 192S at the post office I BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON Now \ *
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election "
the last stick is over the happiest those who'
"To and stone. are didn't
Act of March 3, 1879. go after
; the
: : at Clewiston Fla., under Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran, & "
-= Now usdorstoofl.. It was to ,Mr. any office. '

.l : LOUIS A. MORGAN . .- . Publisher. Company Strong that he had been talking. If ;( \ .

" they were practically, penniless,' It ." .

TOM SMITH . . .. . Editor. WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFORE. was: Prosper Strong who had madeThem For. in the words of the: pessimist, Blessed! are ye who ,
.. Subscription. Rates Carol Dare, New. York society girl { so. Because her father .had for ye shall: never be. disappointed. 3 '
(""'\'.". dared to defy the financier, and had :
.." engaged, to: Beverly Weeks; ,..c.io'o. :, { '
J0< By mall outside of Florida By mail in Florida ;.' attempted, ':'to' "thWart. 'hls" wicked \
weal, /family-l 'consults an OMen J{
".. : $2.00 a y sch'emds 'Strong wasvdetermlned to We often wonder '
.4' One ear' $2.50 One year ; why some of these students of
don'thover
psychology
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Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 tal to Ifcirn' :,Whether. she: wiU'be'happy. = strip: them, bf'' everything. they!'tad to t; .' ,: t ,, :'.,': 'i : .:. .. ; r, .

months 1.25, Three months .75NEWS' 'Puritedr oyer: = ''Ms': instructions VltV: the! last; stickfand stb'n'e/: ; to''keep her around a county. during a political campaignV'lt, is unquestionably a.5tuU1 .
Three i ; '. .
"Wait"ash'4C.IsL'rescued' from L the'pathof I ,(, :. ,
father-in. prison'and'to' ;-drive her and ,see. .tne Bights to which candidate" cao J' '
PLATFORM: I an au t dmobiIe.'bY'tone'Alari'Masarl: .hijr\'1'nunt:'.initi' the;'streets-'The:' ;Jackalwas" k:I"I'.> ?>,. '; *.,. v,.A ,, .. a eg o. ri carry him

1. Definite! control of Lake Okoechoboe with water transportation. On the/'night. ; of her engagement.: \ here: to,'carry out,: the, :wolf's' de.mjl.ndsJ
the highways for local" 'transportatI6n""and ner CaroP learns that her' father' had1:' (' .,!' 'V 'df.f.ltted' Ii' You must admit. though that there
of ,
2.: Early! 'completion .- ,,. were some fine losers in the race
beer arrestetf'' 'on' 'an embezzlerneht .
J < T.l ((1':1 : .0
< through her brain in troubled
products.,
concentration anal cbarge./andUhe; ; following 'day'through; vision "' .-.<:ome few who accepted :the results as the will of the_ people and did
8. A mibsiantlM'downward: revision of freight rates on vegetables : glimpses she, had 'had of dirtyiJEars'lof' not
ofher products of this region to the northern martcetsi, .' 'v.'' <* an escape( cdnylct learns_: .''Wiat; Her: J ,,, I untidy,' ;red-facedf, >laundress.es''and start looking to see where they were framed qr I.
father has been"-framed. 'Pros1 .. .
4. .The tuff functioning :of a cooperative marketing association, for .. by business on.e.-; \ : ''srubWomen. '- < <: '. .' '
her father's rival.
buying and selling purposes. per Strong: : ? People. who were poor. she? recalled,
both l'"i', .
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Looking that
I. at
.. no/'auto'mobiles: /! 'and had tq ride new apartment store building. being built by Mrs.

-" ;" Meeting for,: the, second time Alan t'1 ''the1 l subwaytho. jammed. ; horrid, Hopkins, it seems that it wont be before .
long
"ason, xshe 'co.nfldes, in him 'and :/he we'll go a step further and '
''. \'. FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1928. ; ill-smollingv;;. 'dangerous i 'su.lrw. $ in '
''tor ''to'''her house to'help : I have apa'rtments. i
>'come
: with
agrees Which: ;slie and tw_ b' or: the 'other: girls I some elevators.
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f.C'r, win :the Battle. /
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THE ELECTION '-- ; cncer' had ''ridden home from a.'tmati-:

NOW"Gqr QN 'WITH' THE just' for a lark.' '.1> And about that
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With the smoke of the political 1 battle clearing Hendry county finds :. \.. f" '..' ;, ':People1'. who ,were"poor: she, reflected apartment: it speaks well for Clews t ton when a St.

itself about to enter on another four year period of activity and progress', had''''no' maids' to wait 'on them, Louis woman. prefers to nvest her money in this community rather'than in
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and had td'' get along with only. one her bustling home city.JIi'.
in all probability the progress to ''be the greatest in the history of the county. hnc! an allowance! hundred a week, or'som !
servant:! ,- '. e,tim es none:'at all.
,The people of Hendry county'' have selected their officers for the she thought: It was-but' the check Somehow, too,' the though- 00)'poverty

next four'' .year 'period''and' whether' their choice was in every instance the hook dad1..had given ''her o'n her eIghteenth '" was 'associated in' her-mind' with hun

birthday. always was somewhat at1 Christmas' .
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The fact that the majority of the people concurred in the opinions time he ,asked her for it,' to have it baskets. of; food ,. I r ".

candidly expressed by the Clewiston News js; a remarkable tribute to a balanced; but she never had been able '"Poverty! Poverty!" The very 'I /

to make head or tail out of it.All word terrified her.:: She found the I .
not old and it is worthy ,of note that the statements '
paper yet a year open she, knew 'was that when she: had courage with which she: had been .' i;

i a f the News carried more weight with the veople 'of the county than the drawn a check and .got the money.: I fighting for)' her father fast 'waning.In .

. occasional gusts stirred up by amateur self-appointed campaign managers. And ,now,. according to Mr. Seaton:, some way the new, disaster that riiuii'9 ::4F6r .*>>" ..
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they were "practlctlly penniless' 'had overtaken them seemed greater .
The position of the Clew iton News was that as a newspaper: it had As the lawyer: meandered on with and more terrible even 'than' her fa I T

< a clearly defined duty to perform 'and'the fact that performance. of this explanations, and advice, she did not ther's arresjt. .Then, as: she 'recalled: Drinking .

even listen She1 was busy; 'trying to' the' words she; 'had overheard' Mr.
duty brought forth scurrilous declamations brazenly distorted stories and
visualize what poverty meant-what Seaton repeat at the telephone, her
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insidious innuendoes regrettable but the less unavoidable. it would to her.
was .none mean She personally outraged will once more stirred her (

A call by 'the News to the progressive 'people of the county'' was child- did not know any poor people. There valor. .
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The very weakness of those arguments however caused the entire planto -. r. ... . MANY of our: ice customers find the I

totter and fall.,, with; the, result( that. the pr. gressive- me'nt of the''count Y water; from our melted ice beneficial l for .

including,_ Cracker. and northerners'-- .combined- to elect._:J a ticket, which. will SEED T ;: <, .;;). ....,m\ft.; );. : FEED' drinking. i
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parry ,thecounty through another four-year period of prosperity.Of .' ',j'1 :,..:::"J", > ,".:;' : .::.::/ r. \n ,..making,jce,- we use regular city water,
a .rule Vegetable matter I Is extracted
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the thirte<& candidates..i ia, the race the_. Clewiston Newf. supported : 1 by 'filtration" ,,-and ,purification, 1 leaving

by the, thinking People, of_ ''the-,.coun ty.' named sadl,:etectedruno::ancl. i, probably l lJi1of.hen f only, healthful' .mineral'. iokibltt. .. We.anaiyzethe \ '

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I BY THE WAY HAVE IIIIB I Head Is Named bination! that smothered everythingand Ranks With Best., .
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HEARD THAT lIe' bas been connected with the he on their way now to the leadership (Continued from page 1)) ... ,\

/M* III YOU ,. .\V.J., .Conners,,.interests for: ..several I ?, of.,the.-Lake section.-- ......1 ::,!"nk1ng' the 'trip from* Havana to':"
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!For: the first. time, since the organization k G. 13i hop, vice president of the Mr. Patterson recently returned" Salisbury, rt. 50, 1 00 0 I I arrived by train at Palm Beach from f ;'

:: of the, club six months ago, Oba' : Can Sugar corporation of Cuba, !- f.-oni: a two weeks visit In Cuba where I I "V"b'accr! ; 4 0 ";0,::,.I') ; 0 '. <0,1I > 'where' he traveled by automobile to "' ,

.- 1t 'JVilliam Caeil Own lst Saturday r.pcompaniecl:: 'b'C':"''1." \Agetbn, ,. consulting !!.ll? studied latest nlethods. sugar :: .C-'ilhern,1\; : '2b/X; '>;<' ;}; '.0', .1. 1 4. 0 I .Cls\vlstoit i !' arriving here Sunday. ;"
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woman In Clewiston Sunday to inspectthe I. Foyer's Drug Store Moore Haven \\Bitten, 'lb. .40" 18 2 0 i here and can state conservatively v '-' t'I '
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1: 'Y f- ? Wilber D. Cole entertained (company)' here. They made the 'trip :. and glasses fitted. :3eardsley'.'?,-: *,' 0 i l 0 o'p'0 < tane' in any .county I've visited. I. ", .'j j
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:., Louis A.( Morgan, spent a ;J.day inFort ,1 I) by plane f'

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him and stole second on the.... first < ':' ;\ Lawn Contest -, ,. /

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the .Clewiston Parent-Teachers'. asso- ths week end In. Palm Beach.," short! and third and .was sate when daily capacity are cane -knives, .afoot Prize Winners ( ,i,

ciation"left.. Sunday for Blowing Rock shortstop and third basemen"ulIed I I pan, a bew set of rools and

N.; C., where she will spend the sum- Mrs. Charles A. 'Jackson( left for the Alphonse nnd .Gaston -"dyer. the I an extra boiler. .- ,,: ', :: Are Announced ]

AYOU mc .' South Bend Ind.,;'. where she. will Jim,. the Boss. going to'third\ ',Sims !i ,With approximately 3,500 acres iri.:.I.,; ,"' 1'" 1
spend the summer!"' atok] 'second. Sansbury: rolledjto( sec- I awe now on the.eastern rim of, Lake I Ii 1 '

SSfc Frank Bucher spent several days : r-nd and Beardsley scored the.. tieIng I i Okeechbbee. in addition, to the extensive -, <>.:V;' (Continued 'from page 1)) ., i i'r

on a 'business trip to Palm; Beach, I W. A. Bowles.r', field superintendent inn. ,Douglas followed .with', anolhr4r j i I' operations at. Clewiston' the :' '<:.-: .y.lCelotextown: 1
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Hollywood and :Miami for the Phoenix1'; Utilities companywas hn( shot to second, and Simsrsteamed I sugar company rficlal.said'. that additional I ..Firs ;:I>ri1.e-Mrs. A.1 Montgomery..Second .

-x a week end visitor in Clewiston. over the pan with the 'second run ( : land is being cleared for the '. prize-Mrs. D., Allen. \

& I who visited moved into the C..'A, Jackson Home 1 and the ball game. C. planting this fall of some 4,000. more. '1hiti- ; rprize,) Mrs. D. Traylor. .I
Clewistonites
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1 b .Among Mr.and After the nine innings of airtight l acres of. cane. omh\IUee-l\Irs.\ I., L. NeSmith, Mr.I
Fort lIyel's.last week were Mr. and Mrs. Ira LvNeSmith. have ball this climax: had the local fanstearing .J, .. ,G.. 'W." Gordon, Dr. H. T. Summa.
Mrs. E. C. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. : ,"
Crescent drive'for the. summer.DR. "
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their 1r'and the&tarring LEGAL, NOTICE : ----
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Beatrice Kettl. J. V. GIDDENS, eyesight specialist -
Miss Cane Crew. Lockett, ir charge; All persons now on lands.o. : the r
i will be at Royers Drug LOUIS ;
daring Manager Jim's abseu s cam- Okeelanta Plantations Co.," or Sac- O 'GRAVELY
Smith spent.two .
Tom
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Mr. and Store in Moore Haven Fla. Tues-
p/aigning; had a new infield Working Uou 23 Hendry county and Section .
days in Fort, Myers on business. day June 19th. ATTORNEY AT LAW \ .
during' :'the' week, and they displayed I in, Palm Beach. county are herefiy) Bank of LaBelle Building' '

a brand or. ball not seen heretofore 1-otitied to call at once and si:;h. lease LABELLE FLORIDA

Prominent Visitor. .' I: Bryant Reviews :"; this season. 'Sims shiftedtb 'leftfield I or vacate at once without. further. .no PRACTICES IN? ALL COURTS

Praises CleWistoni I made. a. thrilling catch, and tice. t tI
Sugar Industry DOTH STATE AND FEDERAL
s saved the game with'his. fine. throw E. W.; MCCULLY I '

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: "Before I visited here, ther/ fad "I '. t11 '
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R I'-ft IS YOUR MONEY IDLE? ;
back of it 'Was'cnougiI .' :
that Dahlberg was 'which calls on completion for 67,000 : .. .
for me. I saw him build eel- have advantages .
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otex into what it is today and I which were not ,available in the earl- .' Are- 'you getting the best possible .:rate of .interest -withthe I i i,

.., knew: he would do the-same with the ier days. The healthier P. O. J. varieties greatejstTamount of safety? .'
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h /'lc rIli of cane which government l. The Gler Home Association makes .. '
r : the holdings here howeverI ? private tests have shown to be idea? istpn Building :

GC am' more' than ever, sold on the fnr 'this section were unknown then. ? EIGHT I F iR CENT, .on its loans, and you' may become. a, i ;
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noposition. It is all very; ,wonderful. the and '.' I
'Ve used only Crystalina
shareholder with CENTS AMONTHf
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payments as low as FIFTY .
_)j ;Mr. 'Wilson who is conceded .to .be D-74 varieties. The former, .isstill'-* I, .'. ;; : :.
of the most capable bankers in ) : : _
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the state expressed the methods being has proven a good cane for this section There i is .no other medium which offers such returns., : i iI
rather than the ultimate re- .
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; sult'ln ''his opinion of' the VYIth your'|money. guaranteed by first mortgages. ': :
ST expressing. It was Mr. Bryant's activities in. : : -/0
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j I opportunities here. : l sugar, : calle' at Canal Point which at-; I I :. : ...-.tf, "\i: l' ACT TODAY .-./; -' .. -- .-f} 'I'II '.
I/ "The opportunities are golden -.hereI l racted, the"S.; Gr. Dahlberg interests :'. t /' I .. v:' ; ':: ,

I but what impresses me mo. t. ;is- tie of Chicago; ,< and with the consolida- 4 ?fr'-. '?; : : : Gl*\ wistori Home Building i Association.'' '. <: ":-.':--.,>); ; :. 1''I

same business-like manner in which Mr. Bryant ., ." .
r lon of the two interests ,: Administration Building f.
j you are progressing with out loud or become! one of the leading .figures: ,in II "'. .

bandstand methods. After a trip banning the cane planting. operations I' : E. C.: Cole,)Pres. H. F; Wood ard, Sec'ry. .
and'o the mill I .
I throughthe: fields over' the. 40.mile stretch from Liberty, I ,, ,,, ..... , __ _. ,_
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am .Point on, the opposite side. 'of.. Lake. f <.
future sugar bowl of America."
: Okeechobee. .
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II Sugar Baron Pleased Although: he was' familiar with operations | \ ." :: .

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Lion "by a host of friends .Including followed rwith.' keen interest' s'tate-\\ .: :: .

railroad: 'and company? officials., ments made by J. R. Zell, Superintendent I : i. ; } ;l
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S' Immediately 'following lunch at. the of the cane fields. E : FROM.CALIFORNIA.In .

' I Clewlstoa) Inn Mr.. Dahlberg'' postpon- Several times in;tlie fields he. 'l ft ,_. ,. ,-" ., .,.. : .... i
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e. ed business conferences' until .he had the party to stroll a few hundred I t't'7, ,, .. .L. .... '. ".. I', '
made; an inspection 'of his holding yards between the rows, of ,cane noting t ; '
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L hore. / ,! the various plants and stooping j[rof I. ,
With William .G. .Ames, 'consulting occasionally to stoop: tip, a' handful ) i .
r tour of the Southern Sugar Company, sugarcane
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X' I engineer of the .Southern.Sugar company !the black muck soil for closer inspection. t I

t' acting as guide the Dahlberg treturriing tI t their of theGlewistori
\ I I fields l all were. unanimous in. praise
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v. tart' arrived at the' mill' where, the to town, Mr. Dahlberg l i ..

,: can go 'a In1\ig nrisident! loosened a barrage.. '
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- toward_ paying tons concerning details of'' construe L, Williamson and after a short visit j, x< 121I

: the taxes on your home lion. at. the administration building the Ii I "Whether they lounged in the cool s pacious lobby after ,'
;. Local gossip that the townsite is party proceeded to the new home of I I

r by using concrete his pride was' substantiated 'when' E. .C. 'Cole.After III i I 'enjoying lunch In the lewiston Inn dining' room, or I

r 'Use it for foundations, ',Jr. 'pahlb rg' asked to be drivei I a. busy evening, and a'; fu.H'1|i whether' in, late afternoon they sat on the wide screened
through Cle\\Iston.- Winding through day of conferences the executive I IcIeared '
X walls walks and the like I[ II Lake Qkeecho-
I 'porch"watching a sailboatz floating; over
tin1 community, he. noted .and com up a few remaining details'Wednesday i iI .

::" and avoid future repairs I .:entd on new. homes under" : 'Con- i(I morning and left at fcuon: Ii Iil bee, the effect. ..was.. the same, they were: : cool and, com- I
. and replacements.. .. : struction 'and' In 'C lotexto'trn' ress !l by automobile for Canal Pom1:: to I II fortable.' :'" ;J '
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the number i Virtually'every'state ._. ,: ..
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of concrete be 1\ .... .. by guests at the Inrfduring.'the'past. ; :
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'J useful to you. Come in i r \. like those<'of the Californians were. always

and ask us to prove this. ; l 'cal- "It 1 is' one''of ,the most: comfortable. places we have ?1 I

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