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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
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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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VOLUME 2-NO. 25 CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNES\ 1928 PRICE CENTS '

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t I ..' V" IE'I W\' S BEAUTIFICA N I FLORIDA'S NEXT GOVERNOR I Ii I' DUFF ISSucceeds NAMED I COUNTY VOTERS



'f t ONTfXIEE OF HOTEL SITESurfacing GEN'L MANAGER I PICK MAJORITY -

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:' BY TOM SMITH o F. E. BryantWho Count Shows

,I. Boulevard e wf }J r- j I It Will Give Full Only Two Favorites In

Appointment, of Captain F.t Deane Started Hendry
County Are
Time To Sugar
of the Clew-
Duff as general manager _
.
iston Company, Inc., --- Losers. *
Beautification of the hotel site aT I _
,.. Duff Named was made. public t1M Appointment of Captain F.- Deane
e, 'Manager following a meeting t the western end of Del Monte avenue : Duff, to the general managership of With the exception of Doyle E.

1'oC the board of di- and marl, surfacing of Okeecho- : ,* Clewiston Company incorporated was Carlton ,who lost in the county by

: ;,. rectors. Captain Duff's' appointment bee boulevard on the lake side of the announced this week following a four votes and Congressman Herbert

.-. will meet with the unanimous approval ; ridge from the hotel site to the Clew- meeting of the board of directors. J. Drane, ;.Hendry county voters named
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\ r 1" '., .... of every property owner in the i=ton Inn I was announced yesterdayby The office is similar to that of city the entire state ticket, official canvas -

f't .' city ,for during his six :years in this Captain F. Deane Duff; general manager in an incorporated city. Cap- of the ballots by the county com-

L., section he has demonstrated his usefulness manager of the Clowiston, company. aiu( Duff''' who Is also chairman of rnjsion last: Monday showed.In .

t''.' to the Glades, and his work The work now under way here in the board of supervisors of Sugarland the most hotly contested local

1.J :. in the developing and beautificationof beautifying this section will in no Drainage district succeeds as general battle, L. O. Gravely: for representative -

: : '. of the townsite has given him a placehigh wvi5:' interefere with the maintainingof I'I manager F. E. Bryant, who resigned nosed out J. E. Beardsley of'Clewist'on

(.' ", on the list of Clewiston builders. Civic Center as a community park to devote his entire time to the cane I by 2S votes, while the most I
a decisive victory was that of Tax
operations of The Southern Sugar Assessor -
J, Captain Duff explained, but is part '
Bankers of Columbia, S. C., as company., Hujd L. Reeves with 560 votes
It outlined by the
of the general plan
[|j: guests of the Central Farmers bank cUr planner John Nolen when he M4% 4tccsprJilik The newly appointed manager in over the 296 of W. O. Manley his

.... ...:': .of West Palm Beach assuming! his ,duties will Immediately nearest competitor. J, R. Doty, present
of growthand
outlined the general plan
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: Bankers O. K. following a trip face one of the busiest periods in mayor of LaBelle trailed' with ?3
Ir of Clewiston. "
development 279.:
Farm\ Loans-through. the Everglades the history of the community because .' .
1 At the hotel site the brush anduJlerbrusli wtA\ t Official returns, in the :
announced oC the expected influx of workers and _county with tl
i cleared and oleanders 1f '
totals
is being 'are
and : lt' chan with as follows:
tnai: 1 their organization is ready eI s the completion of then
& and hibiscus will be planted the first, and !econd choice
':;;1 \vllling to advance 'money to Florida w 1,500 ton a day sugar mill here ? votes and

j. farmers over' 35 year periods. They Between now and the time a new hotel till! fall.Captain. Tax Assessor ,

, l is erected, there the the site will Hurd L. Reeves 511 49 560-x
( stipulate! however that the loans must Duff is one of the early .

! be' for operations in staple crops. he used as a park. pioneers of this 'section, having come W. O. Manley 127 ,169 296J.

I .* This is big news for the Glades "This work," said Captain Duff, \I here six years ago from St. Louis in' R. Doty 121 158 279 !

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) ;. where the progressive farmers are "will not, affect in, any way the maintaining I connection with the original Investigation Tax Collector I

o I (. looking to sugar- cane production as of Civic Center opposite the of the feasibility of extensive W. P. Andrews 3SI.. I II I
J, L, Taylor
the ideal staple crop for this section. administration building as a community drainage operations in the:! Clewiston 392-x :

I' park, but we are beautifyingthe section. He is active In civic. affairs RepresentativeJ. .'

\' L'\ R. 'Shepard of Houston, Texas, I hotel site in accordance with the and Is commander of the Clewston E. Beardlsy 1 311 20 331 :

/ ':" following an inspection tour of Clew- general plan outlined by John Nolen. Veteran's: club, composed of World L. O Gravely 330 29. 359-x 1

': ." iston the'mill and War veterans. Jim HenJry 112 170 282 1
with the surfacing
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; !: Texan Is'*:'- the sugar cane said I of the Okeechobee boluevard the general } ,r v k a I Concerning plans for the future W. N. County Judge ;

Pleased- that such vastly also said that work will Captain Duff said: "With the completion HendersonW. 471-x :.
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; : rich soil could not be started immediately", on the grad- of. drainage 'works in this Richards I'' 262 .-f.

:.: long remain idle. The experts who swim- DOYLE' E. CARLTON area of the Everglades providing Sheriff /I
I ing of the new road to the new W. W. Holland
I [! made the original!. survey of this sec water control on 43,000 acres of rich 354
ming pool on Parama drive. D. L. McLaughlin :
.: lion for the B. G. Dahlberg Interests sugar lands the completion of the 418-x

t: t: 1-ad .a similar! report to make _which SOUTH BAY WINSFROM' 'BOOTLEG LIQUOR I 'u oss state highway through Clewlst J. A. Clerk Circuit Court .

' .i, resulted in tHe plans calling for the BANKERS\ APPROVE t ton, the completion of the new sugar Fountain 259
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\ : total planting of 67,000 acres of this mill and the commercial 'production 521-x

rich soil to sugar cane. CANE CREWIN CAUSES DEATH OF of.: sugar I expect Clewiston to havea Supt. Pub. Instruction
I FARM LOAN PLAN H. C. eKtrlng 14'1' 83
i very'rapid growth and development 224

\. Clewiston veterans of the World I during the next six months." E. G. Pfluge 133, 49 182-
2 TO I GAME BOX MAKER HERE E.,It. '
Richards '
.:" War are now considering. tentative I Please turn to page. 8 104 109 213 ,,
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, '-, .-., W Ii- Celebration' Is Plannedcelebration'- moth ; July-at Fourth Clew- 35 Years On Staple Clewistonites 1 Lose I nEarly I I II Heart, Attack Caused by I TEXAN PLEASED L. Alston District(no opposition No.1'J. )


iston next month. Crops Non- "; Alcoholic Poison : School Board iDstrlct No. 2 ,. ..

i The veterans have distinguished I Inning Proves Fatal WITH CANE. HERE ,E. M. O'Bannon 50 I
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t themselves with their ability to afford chlance Taylor 77-x
General approval of loans to' Ever-
,I clean entertainment, and, it is -- Wallace J. Howard, New England I School Board District No. 3

logical for them' to work up a home tfades; farmers ,on staple crops over. E. R. A. O. Ward (no opposition) '
The Cane Crew, with the customafearly packer box maker'died here Wednesday Shepard of Hous-
@celebration on Independence Day, a period of 35'rears was expressed i Registrar ,

thus keeping Clewiston,, dollars in by Howard C. Arnold, president and inning nonchalance, tossed I of alcoholic poisoning. F. 11.1 ton Also Enthusiastic Alice C. Bailey 383 '82 465-x

Clewiston.; )V. F. Stevens I secretary of the Federal away a tight pitchers battle at South Moreland deputy sheriff is taking '/ Over Town Joe Clark 280 93' 373

Land bank of Columbia S. C., Bay last Sunday by the margin of,.a_ charge of the, body and trying to lo- ---..;. J. M. Messer 79 73 153,
close at the plate, 'what would
play on
Ira L. NeSmith returning from who as guests of the Central Farmers cate' relatives. the .dead man whois "Such vastly rich land could not Co. Com District No 1 .
have been the
Palm Beach this week reports that Trust company of'West Palm tieing run. The tossing believed to have come from the lie idle and the operations of the Is. H. Davis 64,

more than two miles Beach made a trip through the Glades however was perpetrated in the first I euiburbs:! of Eo'stonla5s.. Southern Sugar must awaken 1.1V C. Hooker 108-x
company -
two Innings when
the Infielders
as '
New Road he traveled over preliminary: to the consideration of Howard the deputy, sheriff said not only Florida but the entire District: No. 2
... is their well-known
custom peggedthe
Passableof the new road be- 1 loans to farmers in ,the territory. come to .Clewiston, early this week country to the very wonderful possibilities B. F. Magill 31 12 43
pill
everywhere but the right
tween South Bay Although the party did not travelas and death was caused directly by a of the Everglades area," said J. L. Seebold 23 26 .49
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place. Witness the
three
,and Clewiston. Steady progress is being -I ''far as Clewiston, their visit and In the box score, below., errors tabulated ;heart attack Induced by the alcoholic F. R. Shepard of .Houston., Texas, director S. L. Stewart 53 5 58-x

made in the construction of the approval later expressed is taken as All of I poisoning. of the Southern Sugar com- District No. 3 ,
the below noted demerits
new road and before the end of the sounding a new note In. the' agriculI'I ontiit1 Comparatively little is known of ''panj, 'consulting electrical engineer C. C. Cochran SO 46 126 .
I record card of various athletes
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: summer Clewiston residents will be tural development of the Everglades. VrPij bad throws In fact than the dead man, 'the 'sheriff said, but I land ,form sell Electrolysis expert U. I H. L. Delaney = 100 17 %117-x

I -motoring over well paved highwaysto At a meeting in Belle Glade MrAr: ;i'R.. they were terrible. throws. worse, and investigation among the packers of 'S. Bureau of Standards.Mr. Drew Hampton. SO' 43 123
Palm Beach. nold declared that his bank is ready iDstrlct
at .
spend the evening Shepard' who No. 5
: the town on previous visits
"I'' y rust Peir- \V .C'I: -H..ni'! !.;; v.il-, revealed that Howard came I .
and willing to assist farmers. J. N. Hall 9
to 8 17
Florida
had
here from New' in the : never traveled
i i'jHy' on the ir.jt'M'l. which wasn't England, "
:: Another boxing card will be offered "We are ready to loan money over south of Jacksonville Please turn to pag'e 5 ,v
i I owns a citrus
; there a well i pitched ball game.. Lefty neighborhood of Boston. He left that .I
'. ; under the auspices of the Clewis- a period of 35 years to men,who make grove in the ridge section :
which he
'''Ht Guise, former Nemesis of the section some five years ago and has
: ;* ton Veteran's club their homes here and intend to be- inspected en route FIGHT CARD ANNOUNCED
Clewistonites Is more familiar with not returned since. to
:.; ':'. Boxing Next next Thursday Please. turn to page 5 I I where he spent a few days Clewiston'l "
recen't the approved method of pitching out A slight clue which may lead to Members of. the Clewiston Veter- "
The
Thursdaynight. Mr. Shepard 'I I ,
J 6t a hole, and shade Big Pete to the, dead man's relatives Is being! followed -I was also pleasantly an's club will sponsor nother boxing
exhibition Clew-
at
TOMATOSEASON ENDS surprised ,with the town of ClewistonI I
thextent'of a walk and a hit bats- by Sheriff Moreland who said exhibition next Thursday night at
iston' attracted in
virtually
everyone, I I explaining that the substantial
town and the manner in which the program man; 'otherwise pitching 'honors were that he had been Informed that a I I of the buildings aspect the Clewistoij ;Motor club it was announced -
impressed 1. him.
\! More than 50 carloads of tomatoes even. brother of the dead' man will be a yesterday by L. A. Morgan
It was produced drew praise from i
.. ? I "From reading the Clewiston eNwsI
the With were shipped to northern markets While Lefty was hooking the Cane delegate from a New England lodgeto ;jr., chairman of the fight committeeof
.' tens. the fights sponsored by I have kept in close touch with the
,,' .. the veterans it is wholesome, clean from Clewiston during the season Iwo Innings, South Bay took ad vanI I the '1928 Elks convention in Miami I I situation here and I knew that the the club. .

entertainment worthy of the support which closed this week it was announced CrEw Into four strikeouts in,} the first :' on July 9. f town was The tentative card is as follows:
by W. C. "Bill" Hooker tage of the involuntary I progressing rapidly, but Iwaf Sanders
of the community. target prac- Please turn to 8 I Morgan to meet either Red
page
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: prepared to
such
\1 president of the Clewiston Packing fee' to score two runds and they see a spotlessly Hancock of S bring or Peck Wrightof

company. proved sufficient. Ed Forbes I .clean community as you have Okeechobee in
opened the main bout of
P'r As a,result of the activities of Coun- SOCIAL PLANNED I here. t
"The tomato crop far exceeded our with a single and Mitchell was hit 10 rounds; Young Cato to meet Tiger
ty Commissioner W. C. Hooker, work "What impresses in
@ expectations and was one of the bus la the pants. Wilson fumbled Albert's me greatly Hull of LaBelle for eight rounds;
will be started Im- The Ladies Aid of the jour townsite is that virtually
{pst,, periods we have seen," he said. smash long ,enough to lose a double society every Haywood Wilson to meet Smiling .....
Road
j,.. 'Hendry mediately on theo Clewiston Community church will 1 building, including the new work under .
Work of removing the temporary play but got'the hitter at first. Coth- Williams for six rounds.
Repaired- hard sufraclng off sponsor: an ice and cake ] way, appears to e bbuilt for
f packing house from its present location I 3i n took Jack Forbes roller and cream soul per- In addition to this there will be
the Hendry countyroad 1 1 at the church manency."I .
tomorrow from
I at the railroad tracks was start- threw to the backstop, Ed Forbes two other fast preliminaries and a
from the county line at Glades
four! to ten was quite to
dishes wille prepared
p.m. Special see several
'ed this week.HENDRY. scoring and Mitchell was killed at battle ropal.]
couiity to the Sugarland provided for children. temporarybuildings in view' 'of
the plate on Buster's fast to I'I -
highWay'l' tog l
Thifwas the first act
0. the house shortage here
and it was
ROAD Wilson.! Geiger rolled out. In the sec-
Commissioner Hooker since WILL I TWO MILE SURFACE
. s and with down A. C. L. MAN LEAVESON refreshing to see such a type of I
BE one Mathers walked -
HARD SURFACEDAs ON
elction and is indicative of the type I buildings as you have." SUCARLAND, ROAD
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of service he plans to give during his I I Peter-On MONTH VACATION A trip through the sugar cane
a result of the
of
,term of office., activity I fields was enthusiastically commented Continued progress on the
County Commissioner W. C. "Bill" cf the bag on a cinch double play. A. R. Plant local representativeof stretch
of the
Sugarland highway
I. upon by the Texan who said:
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.". :,, A, R. Plant local representative of Hooker of Clewi'ston, the Hendry Guise hit a hot one to Whitten, who the Atlantic, Coast Line railroad Please turn to page 5 from Clewistori to South Bay was

'. ,;;; hhe Atlantic Coast Line after two county commissioners at a recent made a spectacular stop then threw left, Tuesday morning for Rishland, I reported this week_ by Ira I. Ne-
meeting approved the hard surfac- the ball into left field for
. f- years of hard work trying a Texas where he will spend a Smith of the Hendry County Abstract -
,,' ing with Ocala rock of the stretchof Please turn to 8 CELEBRATION PLANNED '
Plant Leaves left this week on aVacation page month's vacation. He was accom- company who said that he
/ road from the Hendry Plans for a mammoth Fourth '
-:1" county July
, : : -month's: vacation to panied by his wife and her chil- drove over two miles on the new
line on Moore Haven road to the PICTURES DELAYED celebration, sponsored by the Clew-
i : ., Texas. During the '. dren Evelyn, ,and Charles. The grade.
Sugarland highway. !, futon Veteran's club announcedthis
I were .
past six months development of made automobile "The surface has not yet
Pictures family the trip by top
of the lawns which drew .
. I The work which will be started :; week 'by J. E. Beardsley of the
:: Clewiston '
and the efficiency of the tliiid been laid ,but the two-mile drive:
I Ir immediately will eliminate prize in the Lawn Beautiful ,entertainment committee. "
of I Baseball
:; local representative has 'brought in-i' one contest Mr. Plant who has been t'he' local on the new road' was a decided relief -
the worst strechcs in the Clewis- sponsored by the Clewiston games, athletic meets, boxing matches -
'J C1Ieased[ business the railroad, and Woman's representative for the past two from the old muck road we
club,
: which to have
) ton-Moore Haven road With were a dance and possibly airplane
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; after months of working been years is succeded by I. V. Turner, knew a 'few months ago.

, ,l! 14 and 16 hours a day to keep his I Glades county repairing the' roadin published in the Clewiston agency supevisor of Lakeland who flights are tentatively listed among According to the present rate 'of
I that county a good road to News this week were delayed at theengraver's the events for the day which it is I
t. : work cleaned up well deserves the I Imonth's > will manage the local office until bee'{I progress the' stretch of road will
I, rest. Moore Haven will be available In Tampa The picture will Mr. uly. lieti'ed will be the biggest? .Fourth eel-
this
Plant returns late in 'be completed late summer.
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PROBLEMS OF FLORIDA FARMERS I'VISITORS SAY -, -' y I I

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Florida wonderful vegetable produced in. '
article on .
{An.lightening carried in the National Florida I and there should have been :(t ;

the Tariff Lima beans are Prominent Enthusiastic W'EN.FORCEMENT' ;
al Republic magazine throwS a new at least 3,000 acres. Tampans .LA :
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I\roblem of the Florida practically unknown to the produce After ,. .
on the .,
light okra
clearly the opportunities Interests of Florida. Peppers, I J),
farmer, explaining and English are gone. Mexico Visit HereThe .1

offered 'here.follows is marketing ten peas times more Englishteas : :." : : : ) : < ;,.,,:( ..' ;

The article is as by students at than Florida is marketing. FlorIda possibilities hero are such that : : \ ';'; ;: '. .. '

It is well known in the United might as well have ',thirty to fif- every business' man in Tampa will ;.. ., ,; ; .
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sentiment thousand acres 5'F ,
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States that part of the country to have practically none. This industry awake to fully]] appreciate the significance : .
growing i in no : fi.
Is as in the South as far as Florida is concerned of the transformation of the ,'" \ .
rapidly
just now; so and Spain. Everglades into new bowl for '> : > '
due to the manu acturiug \il carried on 'in Egypt a sugar : :. I.
partly
1 This industries is which are springing up Thirty million dollars< worth of onions America II .',.' .' .

magic in variouS parts of alone are imported from those I This was the sentiment expressed During the four the on'dition
by
almost i past of Hendry 'J.
years
country south of the Mason and countries each year. Cuba is fast be-IIIy I a group of representative, Tam- ; .

the, line. But the tariff sentimentDixon coming interested in the productionof I I r.*urs who spent the week.end'.at ,,. '1',

i il1 'not only in 'the manufacturing, Irish potatoes and is only waiting Jewiston on a tour of Inspection of county have steadily ,improved;"p'ur citizens )are .lawabiding .

south. It is thriv for the growth or'the industry for the activities of the. Southern Sugar ;
communities of the 'I r.
the agricultural that to be taken from us as well l, andif company here. In the party were Hiram ; "

ins and growing and in in no state is you take away the potatoes, allow McElroy\ president of the :Me and respect the duty of its. officials.' : S .
well :
sections as
it making more rapid progress than Bermuda to take the celery Cuba Elroy Engineering company, W. J. :; i j jr

the newspapers of and other foreign countries to take Allen retired captitalist, J. W. Conch, .
of
in Florida. One ,
with tomatoes,' plant and then former or Columbus, Ga., and ,
is keeping up egg peppers I I mayos .

the the change south which is the!Jacksonville Times- v/ill come our citrus and for the same I. new interested in real estate and invests > :' :' \ : :,,'"':' : : ': :.: :" .. ': .: ": ". .
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interesting tariff editorial under items mentioned above, they will of. Franklin O. Adams. .. ; .

an Higher Tariff Is take anything else that we have." "We have-been reading of your activities :- .. ,\ : II I
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"Being the caption Urged',, in which some' good One thine is certain. The fruit and ," said Mr.\ : Allen "but the average .' .; : As your sheriff I shall continue to carry out my .duties' ,;

reasons were pointed out to show vegetable growers' the South asking man in Tampa: has not yet fully i I.

fruit and ,:vegetable growers I for protection from, the cheap realized the extent and success of You '
wh}'of 1 the the state are urging congressto I vegetables and fruits of tropical and your operations." may r depend upon my office to enforce aHl law wit .-I, I '

the semitropical Latin-American can not Following Mr.\
protection on Hamilton's remark .
give them more i 1. .
H. N. Rode- with fairness while demanding this following a trip through the section ., .. ,' : ,- '
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things '- in our county. I ''\ ,', "', ," ,\ ;t' ,,. .<" ...': .J :..- ,: .,.. .... ." ,';' /."' +"'"
president of the Florida e>ny the efforts of the manufacturesand l that" he was most impressed by the p A ( ?
baugh, vice railway is quoted as sayIng workingmen of the industrial "su e-fire" quality of the soil and the : Coast -
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cities north and south to secure a appearance; of the thousands of acres : : r ; : ; : ".\.t :" : : : ; : ? '
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"A protective tariff on Florida tariff which will protect them from of cane," Mr. ''Couch said: / / : 't\

fruits and vegetables, will then be the the effects of the low standard of "There can be no doubt of the success .

subject for this conference for to- living and low wage scale abroad. ::! of the project. Your tests have .. :

'I I' *day. The subect is not one solely for Protection therefore is no longera 1'ioven that 'you can successfully pro- .. I wish. to express to those who supported my candidacy ;.

essentially sectional issue. It is becoming na- duce cane and the work on the mill. .

an economic one. On its sUccessful tional in scope and this fact should proves: that ''you will grind it this the' :,
election
during
solution will depend .the be hailed with satisfaction by every fall. We are sending considerable past my heart-felt thanks.. May our ..

prosperity of many thousands of our American who believes, there oughtto money out of the country for sugar I -t" .' I

fellow-citizens within the coming!;! be American standards of living every year so that the operationshere I county, grow and prosper during? the next four years. '> <0,:::. I
affect the welfare and American prosperity In .
months. It will in fact every must have a bonoflcial effect .\ ..'

of every citizen, every business, part of the country.In not only on Tampa; and Florida but :g

and every I type of,,industry within conclusion' the experiences of the entire country." : : .;, :: : :;, :- ,: .:.; ,' :/' ;4. !/'. ";" ,, : <. > ;;,. ;, i ,['< ,; : :.;.;... ....,: ..: :: I

'the fundamentals of national prosperity. the4 Florida farmers are respectfully Mr. McElroy who highly pra'isedthc '

''If the problem is not wisely solved offered to the western free trade ora- drainage work here plans to make : 'I. ,. :' ,t"i:" 'J: r,' ilIJ': ':.<::;"': :_ 'y) -, : ,

not only will the farmer be se- tors who have been telling the farm- another trip here next week to fur- .4t :

riously injured but as well the merchants ers that. a protective tariff can do ther study the system of water control 9'' .4; -': ..

the banker, our towns' and them no ood.. The pity of it all is on the 43,000 acres. '

cities, our public utilities, and the that the other wing of the free trade DAN L. MCLAUGHLIN

railways that have spent millions to argument crumples too. In spite of

aid In the prosperity of the state, all these great importations: from foreign -
caused by tho disease, railroads re-
\\ill feel the blighting effects of the countries, the householder who
quire that melons bo treated before .
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stunted growth Wil- they are loaded.Watermelons ., 4 ,..,. .. ,,I .. .. ":., ,( .
The Times-Union also quotes knows that 'he is: getting them no' :
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ham H. Marshall, a Florida ,grower cheaper than he would get them if When ;
sound, but they arriveat
to the effect that in 1922 while less they were raised in America, by decently -
the northern markets they have
than 900 cars of vegetables were imported -' paid labor. The American pro- r
begun to decay in the stem end. Frequently "
from Mexico, the year 1927 ducer is Injured by the dumping of \ I
one-fourth to one-balf of the ,
brought us 6,000 cars of vegetablesfrom the cheap foreign products but the :
J melon Is soft. Melons that show any,
the Republic to the South. In American consumer pays the high ,
softness at the stem end are rejectedby
1922 the value of the Florida tomato price just the same

the buyers. __ ,
the was $14,000,000while the a -
crop to growers Florida is not alone among
,Stem-end decay Is caused by a fun
in 1927 it had shrunk to less t'juthern states in feeling this for- '
gus.!; Spores of this fungus are earned "
than $3,000,000. The reason of course eign competition.
by wind or other means to the r
lies in the importations from Mexico Sentiment for protection Is grow-
stems of melons just cut from the
and other cheaply producing coun- ing in Texas and in other states in
vines. The first signs of the diseaset I
tries. the south. This is' going to bring
Pursuing the subject further, Mr.: about political changes of some sort. t t a drying and shrivelling of the A TOWN WITH NOTHING TO RENT '> ;

Marshall is quoted as saying: Whether these will be partisan stem.: Since this fungus grows about ,
one and one-half inches a day, it is a ::t
"It might interest you to know changes: remains to be seen. I ... '
that right in our' own Florida, carsof good plan to cut stems three or four I ;";.i)"

Please turn'' to 5 I ;. ""; l.
Mexican English peas were being page f ,

clumped and that just the past season STEM-END ROTTREATMENT t/ ,
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lish peas dropped from $3.50. per FOR '.; .. : ;

hamper :in one day, as the result ,I
At Clewiston for the Florida '
CLE'VISTONPLUMBING headquarters operations
of dumping Mexican products. It ,
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might also interest to know that MELONS ORDEREDGainesville
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of the Southern 'Sugar home and store is ')
one steamer from Cuba unloaded company space
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than New York can take, at' a railroads are enforcing the regulation I ,' '

"" fair market price in one day-twIce requiring that watermelons' be' treated COMPANY ; '"" i
to prevent stem-end decay makesIt : .
II,1ore. Regardless of the enormous ,
demands of necessary for watermelon I: Merchants anxious take of the ''f ::' .
the New York market, growersto James W. Armeson to advantage possibilities : ,
the result of. Florida supplies being prepare to take this simple pre- : if
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( offered to that market and the enormous caution. The melons are treated by ProprietorCLASSIFIED here must wait until new stores are built and several '

cargo from Cuba also being offered painting the .stems with Bordeaux .

knocked the market? $2.50 a paste.: & R.-m people associated directly and indirectly with the opera-

crate In one day. The market never Stem-end decay is one of the worst I ;

) recovered for the balance of the diseases of watermelons in Florida, I'' tions of the Southern Sugar company' are living in crowded .' a

:. season. That was the cause of millions according to G. F. Weber, associate "

:, 'of dollars being lost on that Plant pathologist of the Experiment hotels, waiting to buy or rent homes. ,.. :..:'; J'

-: commodity alone. The growing of Station. This disease does considerable t

egg plants has damage In the A
practically been eliminated field but the ,
SHOE SHOP at Moore Haven will I
In Florida. The past greatest loss occurs on the I
season to
I.. there were less than 500 acres of this market. Because of the great way losses appreciate 'your business. Located f The situation must become more acute when hundreds fa
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near canal lock.-B. B. Hays ,:I .

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: FOR RENT-Acreage in Section 23 r

SEED -;; ; ; FEEDINSECTICIDES Hendry County and Section 19 in I Ii IiI;, the new 1,500 'ton a day sugar mill now under. construc, '
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The Clewiston News An Accidental Accomplice 'i
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Successor to The Clewiston Progress .' : CABBAGES AND: KINGS: ;
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Entered ,as second.class. matter February 8, 128, at the post offic I BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON ',f" .'.) :. ., .' :1,
the Act of March 3, 1879. "You agree with' me, then, Miss
at Clewistbn Fla., under Doubcday Doran &
Copyright 1928, Carol," said the lawyer,. hardly ableto < ,
Now that the politicians are off the stage let's get together and nominate ,
LOUIS A. ,MORGAN . . '. '. Publisher. Company ( conceal the exultation he felt ,
"You will urge your father ,to take and put over, Clewiston as' the city with the greatest opportunity in" ,

TOM SMITH . I' . . .' ', Editor. ,WHAT HAS GONE ONE BEFORE. my advice and enter a' plea of guilty the state ',1"J- .,
Carol Dare, New York society girl '1 ell me you will." :' :."\

Subscription Rates:: f "I'll tell you my plans," said Carol ) .?.
Weeks scion o
engaged to Beverly
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slowly. "aft r tonight when I am .
By mail outside of Florida. By .mail In Florida :ia wealthy family consults an Orient go "

One year $2.50':v:. t One- year : $2.00 !la y '! mystic to learn whether she will i lug to consult" with a friend," And, .... about t.politicans" those_ .in Hendry ...county.... proved torbe pretty good r'
friend! exclaimed the lawyer '
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 .' be happy. She is' told to wait and pon- I;I"A sports. *."The victorious won' graciously and the losers took defeat like men. ,
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"What friend .
in amazement. -
Three months : 1,25 Three months, ..75NEWS' Adoring: over this strange advice on know .. "" ,'. \ ;
"A man whom you do not ,
s she answered, "a man who hates I i ,:_I )
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PLATFORM the of an approaching automo- ''
path
'1. Definite, control of, Lake:! Okeechobce wilD Water transportation\ .i j bile); by one Alan Mason. Carol later Picsper Strong-who'll help me tc Pedestrians could'prev nt'muth' confusion: i( they__would indicate bi"j:: :: : ,
him-and-"she hesitated, yet "
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and learns that her' father has been arrested fight signals 't'hether'they preferred to be knocked down by eastbound, or westbound -\ ;"
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could not refrain from adding-lito
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concentration of products.! '. \. on charge of embezzlement light you." "traffic.-Windsor (Ont.)) Border Cities Star., .''.'
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates 'on vegetables another d framed by Prosper Strong, her father's "

products ,of this, legion to the northern markets. business rival. She charged him F -- :.. /Y':: :'
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to'ruin' ''her father and a Chapter ,
4. The fttil functioning of a cooperative marketing association.: for with attempt SON'C
both buying and selling purposes. ': he boldly admits it, telling her too COMMON, mademoiselle A resolution, of than, ks'is'. in order from some one of the" clubs for'.th e" ,, ,;, '
this evening, -
"Which
Seaton is in gown
that her father's lawyer, ,services rendered by Dr. H. T. Summa during the absence of :
?" More from ''force of hah a permanent ./ ,
his; employ. r'
> FRIDAY, JUNE 15, '1928 : ..:At a conference with Seaton at her it than from expectation 'of a satisfactory physician in, town. Since Dr. Puffer, left for Arizona and. pending the arrival -, :
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home Carol is told that the family I is; answer Felice put the ques- of Dr. Tatum! Dr. ''Summa has been called on several cases. Although.
.-, penniless and 'that her tiou. for Carol, since her father's arrest :.
COOPERATION practically the house had given thought neither to he i is not establishing -a practise here Doc has /cheerfully donated his vale '
father has mortgaged even "
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With ,a count of the ballots cast in the primary elections in, Hendr held furniture to carry on his finaircial I+ tlother, nor meals, nor anything, save. I uable -services c to the sick, and while the community appreciates it, ,an official ," .
efforts to him free. Yet tonight : : "
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county made last Monday, the, long and in some cases bitter political cam- operations. stunned and horrified as she I expression of thanks seems to be justified :.; .

paigns are now officially ended, and unseated office helders are busy clean- J 'NOW GO ON WITH THE STORYAs l had been by the terrible specter opJerty

ing up their work to retire in January. her anger grew her fear van that Mr. Seaton's call had,, "

the jshed.) With or without money, she so unexpectedly brought close to her, A Mississippi i i paper says: The topic of, the Sunday meeting of the_ ,
The choice of majority are the county's future officers and it i is
to fight, to surprised her maid by replying,
(3lHmined to continue she
I church society will be "Learning to Prey'. Well when think :,
you come to
the duty of the minority to accept defeat with becoming good sportsmanship] fight for her father, to help him after a moment's thought: _

and work together for a great county. I fight his, powerful, remorseless" ene- "My] Spanish lace and velvet slip- of these get-rich-quick times that is something worth lear ing.-J. C. Abby -

my. Intent now on l learning everything rer please, Felice." in New Orleans States. '
Those ,who were reelected to office have proven their ability during the she could from Mr. Seaton be- As the astonished Felice set joyfully i .

past terms to the satisfaction of the voters and the newly elected have con- fur he learned that she distrusted about .doing her hair and making .

him she ,once more gave her attention her ready for the evening, Carol was i
vinced the people that they are well qualified to discharge their duties. will }
Many be comforted by the news that on.a vote, following full
brain
I I to what he was saying. \ I feeling too tired, too weary, ','

While it is not only proper but also conductive, to good government that' "Under the circumstances, Miss ., even to try to think of her troubles discussion, Mussolini was rejected from membership' in the National Press : .

there should be keen competition for office the time for this is during the< Carol, it will be imposible for you. In. an effort to find distraction she '
that'the
I mail i club Washington. When, two weeks ago, news readied us Italian
lo keep this establishment. You bade the maid bring her the
up
political campaign, and when continued after the winner: has been elected will have to discharge your servants that' had been accumulating -unopened. dictator had been accepted and notified of the fact by cable, we wondered', ""

this comcpetition becomes destrucitve criticism, and an impediment to the development iinrl the motors must be sold. As I '' what process of reasoning had animated the board_ of governors. Here" was .

and raid, even the furniture here is cov- Letters that were addressed to her
of the
progress' county. eied by a 'chattel mortgage, so that I father or to her aunt she put' aside the arch-enemY) of our principle of free--press joining hands across the sea

This should not be 'interpreted to mean that a man's holding office immediately all you may takeaway_ will be your : isinterestedly, but the several that with_working newspaper :men who, are well acquainted with his atrocious

bars the public from criticising him. On the other hand there are own personal belongings."I were for her she examined as if in iro -heeling of the' press of his own country and equally ferocious censorshipof
tell also that the Interests seaich of some particular one. As
cases where such criticism has brough about a better condition of affairs in may you .
the addressed American To him into
arrayed against him are very she finished glancing at the hand- news to newspapers. accept mem-

a community. y. f i',,aBut powerful, and determined to punish writing on each she sighed disap- bership :was like giving his Satanic Majecty a front pew in the family

let us ,give the successful candidates ,a chance.If him. No matter how long we might pointedly.He :church. We congratulate those who led the fight which black-balled the .
delay the trial his conviction is in- had not_even written! ,
we have lost. let us be good losers and give to the winner at least evitable. I hope that you will use Sadly she mused- that it was hardly black shirt terrorist.-: Editor and Publisher. ( r .7- .
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the chance' we should expect ourselves if positions? were evcr .ed. e your good Influence with him and I mere than a week ago that Beverly.!' :: :- '

urge c him to enter a plea of guilty. Weeks had told her that he lover and ,
\Ve can best serve the county by pledging our cooperation to the re- :
Promise me, Miss Carol, that you an I had asked her to be, his wife. '
discloses that the Victim'of i
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during the political campaign. An unanticipated ,Interruption sa vIed own love, for him she at least had is still dead.-Florence (Ala.) Herald. '., '':, <:..jj"

her from answering. Into the room credited him with being sincere in ; I
There are communities! .not far .from Hendry''co mty where civic .strife tottered: a grotesque figure. It was his professions. : ;::, R "

In one form; or another has retarded. 'development. -communities where proPosals Mrs. Colton. Her nurse, leaving her While now ,she ,realized that with CABBAGES AND KINGS IN THE TAMPA TIMES '"
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fsleep, had stepped out for a bit of her father disgraced'and a prisoner r, "&i '
cries of and derision from
by one group immediately; brings, : graft : '-
air. 1 there was nothing that she could do 'The classified ad. page\ usually is good reading., But, there. was unusual -_ .
opposing facti communities= where every suggestion; for.community'. bet- Awaking, the poor sick old woman, i 111 honor, save to write releasing him, \ ; ; :
advertisement chat in the Reporter-Star (
terment immediately ,brings forth both factions ,in opposition. The result is In whose ,brain the world had stop- : she had not done so yet and each day interest to us in one appeared :,

1'ed with her brother-in-law's arrest, I slip had been hoping against hope a few evenings ago. :
always that community growth is stunted while the warring factions haggleover 1"
word
had donned a dinner gown, leavingit that there would come some or

petty jealousies. half unfastened, and slipping over message from her fiance. If he real- .. 1 ,1 J

Hendry county's brilliant future is assured if we will but ,work .to- Ivn scant, disordered gray locks, a ly had loved >her he must have known I'' A Rollins Colleg boy, advertised for a job during the vacation: Periods .'
how
< dIamond' tiara from her jewel case, how she was suffering and ut- '

: together. fw, /, ?.?.. had wandered forth, a witless shellof terly alone she was. The thing that attracted our attention was 'the words, Not afraid of hard '1

-- ... Dahlberg, Ford and Collier interests in one county! \ her former glory, her tired old If he had cared, surely he would work." That ad ought to bring a job to that young man. It is unusual. .
staring vacantly about her. have come to her. A man, a real man.
.'. The seasons first watermelons and truck crops' from Felda, citrus eye As Carol sprang quickly to her It seemed to her, under such circum- It Means that -he is an unusual chap' ; .. it also means that he will !make a

:. fruits from the LaBelle and Fort Denaud sections, lumber from Sears, and side, Mr. Seaton arose, eying her stances would have come at once to place for himself in\ this world. t ,

coriously. She recognized him and her The right sort of lover surely
:. sugar cane and more truck vegetables from Clewiston!f Can any other I
would not have basely deserted the
I extended. a shaking hand.
county in the state boast of a greater diversification of opportunity? I
Mr. woman he loved in her hour of trial
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"So good of to come ,
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t Too college boys afraid of hard work they I looking
Let obliterate differences under avalanche of and distress. Of course, if he bad many are ; are
us our political an enthusiasm Seaton, she said in a weak, thin
Y j. .. voice. ""You came, of course, to wishour come, there would have been nothing for a position rather than, a job., And they do not stress the fact that work
and
cooperation in the interests of the, greatest section of the state I
.. little girl happiness. Her' be- she could have done but to send have started "
this
has no terrors for them. Many of the great men of country
;,:: \Hendry\ county. ticthal is to, be announced at a him away, but still-
.,' this is, proposing' start-by making himself useful evn. ',
tinnier this evening. I expect Dejectedly she. began opening her just ,as young man ,

1- .- .- FLORIDA'S NEXT GOVERNOR '. ... Dare will be in very soon. 1\Ir.1 etters. They were all from girls or I'if it does involve hard work. Work has made more men great ,than has
mothers of girls she kne'w. stereotyped
wait for him, of course. lorn
F' : 'AI Tampa man will be next governor of Florida according to latest For once his shocked glance show-. expressions of sympathy, allot leisure.

t official returns: which shows Doyle E. Carlton, Tampa attorney undis ed that he comprehended the tragedy, them carefully' and politely avoid .

putably in first place. the lawyer was at a loss for words. ing all mention of her father, and in

.,.,..r He stood gaping nervously at her as each of them, however phrased, she What a fine thing it would be fo.- our high school and'' college boys; ..,
The overwhelming vote he' received ,in the where he born '
precincts was read though perhaps it have
Carol, with that shame with whichwe ,> may if they could all engage in some useful employment during the vacation : .
i educated, and in business-precincts where he was known not only as Carlton always' seek to hide from outsiders been only the echo of her, own bitter
There is nothing that will develop mind and body and character
thoughts, an intimation of aloofness nonths. I .. -
a relative 'whose mental faculties ,
;...- .. the candidate, but ,as Carlton the man was a tribute to his personality and '
I have fled, gently took her aunt's\arm. And why, she'wondered., as she fin- like work-even hard work. For this particular young man yho is not
'; ability.! ished reading them, had not'' Doris ,
: "Come, Aunt Sara, she said authoritatively for that involves hard ,
ashamed to advertise over his own signature a job ,
:. This confidence of men and women who had opportunity to know "you are far too ill to written-Doris Taylor, her roommate,
> I be up. Come with me." at school? It was so 'U1.like Doris to' work, we bespeak that considerati n.that: will encourage industrious habits. .
,' Doyle Carlton intimately reassuring,. and convinces us that he will enforce'
have kept away, to have sent no
;J: As she led Mrs. Colton_ away, Mr. Orlando Reporter-Star. :;
>, the planks of his platform to .such extent as is practicable. when" he assumes Seaton glance nervously at the tele word of sympathy.I Perhaps her parents :; '! I

phone. Prosper Strong would be leav- :
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:' office in January. .
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lug, his office in a very few minutes, But as if in answer to her thought \
i :, The purpose of the administration he has"said, will be to build the and Seaton would have liked to inform there came a quick scurry of feet

state, .but build on a policy that is progressive. Treat''' public office as a him of this latest'' developmentand down the. hall and Doris burst in on WHERE BIRDMEN SIGHTED FIJI


p:." public trust and a public officer as a servant of the people. ask for instructions. Yet he did her."Oh., Carol," she cried, her great ._., .. . .... ,'. .'" ... ......',>.. I tii. ,
not dare to call him At '

up. any minute <:
i": "The administration," he continued, "should provide the press promptly Carol might return. I blue eyes brimming with tears, and I, Y'Jf. y't', :' : : :" ,

n::, with transcripts of the minutes: of all official l proceedings and should When she did come back a few min each in a minute they were sobbing in L '>' .' j
other's
utes later her cheeks were still flushed arms.
:.;/ 'bury the people at ,all times in its confidence with all official acts, plans and her,eyes looked as though she "I've been- here six'times", she said
,
i.., and purposes wide open to the public." \ might have been weeping. presently, "but each time they said I
you were out. The butler wasn't '{
"I'm sorry to see ,your aunt' in such goting
'; This latter plan is commendable and followed out will give the people
to admit me tonight ,but I came
t"" bad shape, said Mr. Seaton. "What ':
(, ', ... greater interest in administration of state affairs and bring about greater does the doctor say about her?" iu anyway." ,: ', .- "

confidence in'the government. _.:; "She is gradually growing stronger "Oh. Doris," cried Carol: ,..i'*'have'ltp.f 'I
>n, so alone, ael .You'.1l's ri I
physically but he holds out little
;, The governor elects stated views on education. also aimed. at 'building tu dinner with 801'' vening, won't I
: hope that her mnd will ever be any '},d
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a greater Florida, are as follows: better. The shock was too much for You? ( 'f I mb f-s 't' Pij, I

:: '. Improve and expand our, educational facilities until the door of opportunity her." An expresstor1''of/ dismay mixed I II I II
with alarm
Into' her
cauxe visitor'sfoce.
"Too bad, murmured Mr. Seaton
: .' ,stands wide open to every'Florida girl and boy, with the privilegeof "but it is all the more reason why, S !

of, :a minimum eight months 'common school based on 'an adequate educational your father should not undertake legal "I'd ,love to Carol," she said hesi-
tautly "but I can't tonight. I simply
; that
proceedings will into
;. l and with universities equipped run
survey, our o meet every requirementof can't." i
c money. Whatever money there is left
( the state. r f t I, \\mnu:- -. ,._ should be used for her." "You mean," questioned Carol, ,her

:;' Throughout his .platform Doyle Carlton stressed; the' importance of It was on the Up ot Carol's tongueto \ face flushing, just ''a trifle. "that your 4 i
.. family yould not approve, that you .
tell him that her aunt had a small -.v
building a greater Florida and judging from the support in the precincts !
Income of her own, but determined to did- not let them know you came This stretch of coast, Benga Harbor In the Fiji Island.met'tne I

where ,he was intimately) known, we can look with confidence toward agreater add nothing to information. about here, ?" Ij. view of the Southern Cross, Australia-bound from the United States,

'. ... h-'-.'.r--,,- $. ; their affairs, she merely said: |Doris! nodded guiltily., '. near the end of its 3,200-mllo flight from Honolulu, the longest 'OVOr'I I
Florida during the next four years; water jump on record. It was.directly on the route to Suva. : ;
"I suppose you are right. (Continued next,week, ). ,. .. ... .
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Stem-End Rot ., .. . r.. .. LEGAL NOTICE
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Treatment For 1" 1
All persons now on lands of the I LOUIS O. GRAVELY

', Melons Ordered ARMED GUARD Ii\7 FLORIDA EJ,.;',C'- {!L Okeelanta Plantations Co., or Section

.
-w. x'. 23 Hendry county and Section ATTORNEY AT LAW

..:/ 'Continued rom, page 3 15) Palm Boach county are hereby Bank of' LaBelle Building
notified to call at once and sign- leaseor .
; fiches long, so that'the)" may be cut t 'vacate at once without further LABELLED FLORIDA _
1t1t:;}: t cfi 'again when the melons are loaded. > "" I notice. PRAqTlC/.S IN ALL COURTS

".,' \ t.'. '.1\ .I SfTrcatment for the control of this E. W. MCCULLY BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL:

disease consists in painting the fresh

cut surface of the stem with blue- .
-
stone or Bordeaux paste. The paste

can be bought ready for use or it \

v ,' .:\ may be made by the following ''directions : rI1t AUTOMOBilE REPAIRING

r supplied by Dr. Webber \

Place three and one-half quartes of _

.. water in an enamelware kettle and '\; 3 y S

add. S ounces of bluestone and bring 'Let
-to a boil. While this mixture is boil- I us save you money on repairing your old

:. ir.g mix four ounces of starch with car. Our work is
guaranteed l
1' a pint of cold water. Stir the starch our labor skilled

until milky mixture is obtained. As workmen '
a
> and
:
our prices
{ are based
uon as the bluestone is dissolved and on the l lowest

the mixture boiling add the starch, possible
,
: % /< J f :}'Jw1e' ++' )r fiyr, ,9' working conditions, ; _
lowly stirring the mixture all th'etime l ... .
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i'c <
iyr a. t ) ,. ? r.,; L .' Wro ', .
X sir
oCntiuue w. # Y + +>r tb
the boiling and stir- / K
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.
; ling until it thickens into an '',even I ,./ii: rC ,y r,. o Y 4'w. Machine shop, acetelyn welding all kinds
,
... paste. 'y, i,' ', ofautomobile

The boiling should last only: one or .. work.

two minutes: after the starch 'is add- After two election; supervisors: were shot by three masked men who made an attempt to seize Ballot -

- ed. The paste should not become too boxes, L. M. Hatton, Jr. (center), candidate for sheriff, estab.ished 'armed guards at the Tampa. Fla., .

thick: or it will not be easily applied polling places. ,

with a brush. 1e proper consistency .

' is that -of thick paint.A : MOORE
paste made from commercial dry HAVEN SALES CO.

';''f.': '. Bordeaux will do If it is not too 1
Pleased 1( Bankers v
::"' thick. The disinfec- Texan 'Approve FORD '
: paste selves as a. NOTICE t LINCOLN: FORDSON f
kills the With Cane Here "" ,
: tant_and germinating sporesif .
,
Farm, Loan Plan '!?''IQ' I they are present. It has been proven :wl '-I '! ';' '" "'- .-t :"' '_ ";\L,' 11 .'ll:
,
that this paste enables the melonsto (Continued from page 1)) ,

arrive at the markets without stem- "']''he cane I saw is wonderful, and ,-- I I I.. will 1 not be responsible .

end decay. oiler seeing the cane a few monthsold. (Continued from page i; -- ; i'

... I can easily realize its growingto [3l] WHY YOU SHOULD OWN A HOME
or are at real farmers ,
come present I ;
;: 1-1 Gfeet.J did not
a height of to '
Voters eduction must be slow on truck and for any' debt. s
./J County have the opportunity to see your *'* ,
,
.t.'; i:..'r .' y.Pick Majority Clewiston' cane at this height last' I other products for which there' are 9 \ 1 'I ''ftR. ; ,:ffi.11j. : ;.. : 1;i i1!:.(};{ f : }:f .
.,.. ,, .
unstable market condi- "' : : : I
winter, but I intend to arrange my at present :r ; :: :'' >;;' J r,I
fjt r r':" :,,.. ; ". ;. Of Successes plans to be here when it attains that tions. ) '"V'---" II"J&;; :.:;: .;; \1 : ;f.: ; :;:t rrl r"t.;.}{...: : f 1: 1 1I

,,' ..' .. :\ ; height this fall." contracted bv Mary G., : I I : ? : {;: ; ::'>::'::;-=::x:;:',; ', t
"The land bank, he continued "has! f-U ?
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for Ca- \
; : v'1'S : I ftlr.\ Shepard left Clewiston \m fji\ l.fi .
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\ .'I,.' ncl ,Point where he completed his inspection now loaned in Florida more than $S- t TI 7 (...r,t.. .:....;:,..:,.: ....;.;....:. "" '. r 'Tf: .'.', ,
?>>t.: .J. P. Hull ,27 16 43 000,000. We know you can produce without sig" Ht! {: :: :jtfl;; : :? A ; I -
-4
of the Southern Sugar coinpany's Hay : }
45 16 61 x my I ._. \ :....."...I;:. ,.........,..;: .'':.',..(.., : \ T Iqzj ; ;ilI ;-
.-rV--- J. L. Maddox holdings before returning tc (the crops. The markets must be stabilized i t I "t.'.': '' :: I: :.':>:";.,: :.:"'::-:':.':',""'':<':':.'\ .1 ./ ,. : .....r. ,
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::; .' / Constable, and ,Justice of Peace l his borne. and there must be diversificalion. I .' .,'ff.::: :iIJ' \9/i? (JU: ::;:/.:::::i; :; ::.: \.. t.. j 1 .s.J. I 1
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Dsl. No. 1-Gus McGhee. I \ nature of approval. I 1 .L<:;:Jl;:;:>i/ ::.;\::. :::\ \ 1 !:t 1: .1.1I
.;y Dist. No. 2-Dan J. Blount. We consider the moral risk 1-5 I. ,\. .,;43ivt! i:' :';:::1/i, ; J $ .:: '..:.:::i';.".:'. .': ; ::l:: ,:-;>iJ i\ $"' '
cent of the total. .
)i"r '. Dist. No. 3-J. G. Attanasio. Part Murphy 37 per .I ,. ...>' : :.::,::....::::,2-;:';':'; ':0-'t-: ;:". :' ;:; "'. l
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State Dem. Ex. Committeeman J. J. Kehoe 19'Eel Mr. Stevens said that the bank '5 : r t.. J ;';::::' :"::'::: : .) .," -:'-;'',.'. :):r-/t 1.: \1

: ; I Louis A.: Morgan (unopposed). ton Lanier :\"- *' ISS. would be glad, to cooperate in establishing B. M. BEACH :I ... 3t i.' ; \ r':" \"::":"-' i -J.' ."" ., .';. "I
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J.. County Dem. Ex. Committeemen '. C. Peacock 112 farm loan associations and I I ,& ,. J,. .f.t'I.-.."..- .r.. .... : : .j;. I I ..r''J;.,.
Dist.l i No. 1-E. L. Stewart. fcilgar Waybright.: 263-x added that any inquiries addressed, I ... r:11..r?.-:;f'4.. : ,
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fH ist. No.- 2C. L. Couch. Bryan Mack 257-x '. ention. I 1:5..tf ;. 4-- '- ;':' ;
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Dist. No. 3.-.J H. Booth C. tied I. I':".':""' ","-.::-/..".1-t'..<.:..........,...:. --. ;;..:..' ,;'141 i ..,...... .''V. it ). .:' '.4.1i '.-
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On the state ticket the. county t-I ; : -.f : : 1: r.D J fJi.ltjte:1g-dlI. ..r'o."l.t ;,.J :. ....:. .' '

E ing was officially Governor as follows: 0 .tj ;:;' g ::; '.: :., i ; :: : ;: : ;?: :, :, -' : :i ::: '? i POPULARITY .r; The. "Cclotex Company. '' ,


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Doyle. E. Carlton 255, 47 302 ''-r'Fz. "- I I "Ar..yougoi"gloa. \fr.Jontf.U'hoju.f/mOrtd. ': "
,' ,. : .' oaf Itfre to tea?"
J. M. Carson 14 25 39 : : : : i. your
j: ; >\; :, I ":.id I am. They're the nghl $ur(. Hnrr .
f 'Sydney J., Catts 158 58 216 ;; ''. .l" ::.,... : ; tlvir new home?" YOU seen
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l"ons. A. 272 34 306-x vi '' I "
Hathaway ,. ; : } .
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John S. Taylor U. S. Senator 66' 195 261 : .. 'l : ; UNITY': ji': :! : : i

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John W. Martin 325 : :
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I Park S. Trammell -385-2 : :: : : ; : .L :. < : p'"

i ,1 Congressman H ;# ;: j-k; : .< .; -V ;: : S ) "
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Herbert J. Drane 298 54 352xL. : t ::
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L. Bean 61 39 100 i : .1Jt"f ',
1Ti :. -V : THANK YOU ,. .:, '. '
Geo. H. Wilder 278 94 372 : r :
, :" Comptroller. p' '' U-' -. -
Xrry vX''P "V/f i -" '
Nathan Mayo 357-x ; '., \ 'v > .

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" W. S. Sparkman 220
i F '- Presidential Elector, Group No. 5 I LtfL',

" S. W. Deese 145 :; :> Unity throughout the county: will make us prosperous; i. To the many old .friends; and new acquaintances I

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'- Geo. W. McRoy 157-x '

R. R. Commissioner Group No. 1' and healthy. It is with this idea that I shall conduct the J .
/ whose I .
William Phillips 256-x '., .-: .' f",. ,1' I \ support. had in the recent pri
/ A. S. Wells 189 :::1 ': 1'w ." .' \

.. .r.. R. R. Commissioner Group No. 2 .:V..'. affaIrs of Tax t Collector. r. .. J ;- .!.. < : t. ; :: '

Frank K. Anderson 105 ....,.... \-..:.'., '. .. .., .' \ '. .."\..;.. '.,..' .mari: : : : : .; < :;

.. .' y J.R. O.L. Cassidy Eaton .. 229-x. 40 :.....\....,oj,}!;; ... . t. '.';" .... '. .', '.: ".. J... 0) >:. .. ::: .. .; :;,.. ., ;: : ., S ::: : i ; :

; ::. Carl .Hargroves 100 t( "
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a: Del. To National Convention Assuring you of my co-operation to make our county.> '
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:. t E. J. Etheridge ;,' :..; ;
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,: Berd51e'
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\E. Harkness .' y 79-x $\i& the best and with h idea of for :; .
James McCant .. .< !,, in testate, "unity servs.: '.>, :ir: :"
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i ..: Cecil R. Phillips 74 I V

,John B. Sutton V 52 'ice: in mind you shall be ,rewarded for the loyal. support;. <, ..

C. H. Taylor 252Jc: _. .iV-:: '<,- i ." / "?l; :
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Wallace Tervin 141-x -

J. E, Worthington'' : 50 .given' me on last Tuesday. ..', : .,, .. :.,rJ.' J' -. I
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;o Women Del. to 'oCn." At Large ; { t I ,



.0 w< Sarah Lena Toniraie. S. Buchanan Bird vCawthonLawton Barfield' '' .:.,I',.:.'- *J,:s-i'r:' .. 326xP. 154 73 87 : :fi: _,, .'y't: ,,;' !,7:'; t \ :,:.':,:','t A4G'. .C iHl.]j,=),:' '!;Jt', :: :':':. :it::]::: :: > : 'i There is 'an Acute. Demand "4/ '.'..,:-'. .'.. ,. .


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Craig ., 7'V; 1 226-x For* Houses and Apartments \
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Myrtle Howard C. E." .' Hawktnsv Felkel Gouldry.. :':.;:'..''.i-V. II'\'' '.. '.V 43 95 56 ,;.:J; :.:<.'. :.,;tA, j'D' :; :.' ., ,. ft' ,' -.:;.;"2 r't.\, ), : :f; ,:.,:' ',:..I'::<....J :}.... .':\. :<; ;.,:g':":J : ,.. .. 4 V.. '.'' .' '(moderately priced) .- I .. ....'...'.'


Fred Nooney ,..," -,; :.' 23i-x ; :\".: :; : ::: : : itJr" .. '>: :i ': :; ; ;; "
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,. Nellie Dwight O'Hara Read 6 198-x 68' I ;':;:: : ,: ;::\: .. : y't': : : \ ::: r-r'HriT.! .< Here in Clewiston, Fla. ,

K'Atherm Tippets' ... .1. ....,. 'V' '. \' .. L .,.... ". ., .: '. .
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TAYLOR.
+ & No Houses or Apartments are AvailableV
: t': Julia KJine 74 .

', Men .Del. At Large Dem. Cony.

; V W.. F. Allen .. 272-x .. .i / "" I Builders: Contractors -" Investors. .

:1-:: + 1' b J.: ,Appleyard ;, 126 : .

'. J. Leo Anderson '. '\F': 48 .communicate 'with- '

. Warren Anderson rIL i 66 ,' -v.V ,. ; ,
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: C 'Armstrong. \;?. .>; ;?' 60 '. j / ? -jj.' ,.t -, .L:' '>. >'. ,_ ..j .. ;. ? jj ,- ,''.. 'J ',. *' '"-" '- .. 'J15. i
Kenneth aBlilnger'.";.: \t: 33' : ...,.y...-.. .1 .' .-"_ ..." -".'*-.'{. -'> a'f'' t1-'r"*' "' ''" >" '" ..'r :.. :. .EDISON'C..SPEER. '.
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John. "S;. .Beard. ,.., '. :,'\J'. '. 56 ''r' ,''. ''t -.- \ : ''rv"i'T.' : ; il r- '. -. -, .:.. : '.
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J. H.-Bullock -* .: : 28 ,
Rr W. .Erwin. 43 I Licensed Real Estate Broker '.

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Edmund.Gantier '24 / r '

M. 0.. Harrison : f 250"'x" A'.f'.i Clewiston ,, ;; ;. : FloridaFRIDAY. '
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Frank Hilburn=. ,. "'22 . .. "
;E. J.. Jones 18 .. ., ."" .' ." ..,..... \.. ., I ,.11"lllil""II""II"'IIIII.I" t -t. "' I ,''' .,' ii ,'i,. .. ;_' '1.-

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6 CLEWIS TON NEWS, CLEW1STON FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1928.


I .1....NN.. ..NNNNN.. .. .. .. ....'..**..<*r***..V*.**Mffm. *...*.>..*...>U.V.A.u. .'uuuuuru* t >&'uuuu*. *. *. ** .*..........*m...V.*...*...%,A,9.9'UAA.*fi BAS)>. account of slight Indisposition" '.of, Mrs.


J! NEWS OF THE .WEEKi :|: Coolidge.The announcement. of the postponement .3


i f:t BOILED DOWN ?' of the Journey was made at the "

I t- _. -....._._._._. _..._......_. ._ _.......'h'..'..'. .' ...........'.. ......... -........ ....:............,,_..J>...e.Jo.i fore the presidential party was scheduled -
rrr rr ---r.-.rrrrrr-rrrr.-rr.r-tr"''"'''
I.r ; I II II I! to leave Washington. b:

WOMAN TRIALA I the Democratic convention which ,,
White House' less than two hours be-
nominated Bryan in 1900, the Republican : ', 'Ii
SERVICE (group of Jacksonville detectives,
r Although, Mrs. Coolidge condition ,
:' I beaded by Inspector E. L. Acosta, hosts will find themselves faced -r ,1 ,
'" with the task of harmonizing the was reported late this afternoon to
." I i .
Jacksonville I II 11"
t will leave this morning
,,\' I acute differences which have arisen be improved after the recurrence 0-. <

'":' ': ( ;' ' : I for Brunswick Ga., where they, will I I within their party In recent years I a recent illness earlier in the day
; : appear as witnesses in the trial ot over'. the agricultural question, and of
House
: : White physicians decided thatto
: ,, ,
'i I Mrs. M. L. Todd, former resident of drafting a platform upon which it
,: : : embark upon two night's railroad
i c. .:t, ; .: this city who faces a charge of first ,will stand in the November election.
: ; ; The convention, hall, which will journey with unfavorable temperature -
degree murder! in connection with the
ting with praises ot men and the and weather conditions prevailing I
slaying of C. A. Perry, cashier of the i
within the next few days, hasa
] be
party; now would subjecting Mrs.
Is the most essential- t part of the office of County Judge.; :.. Klngsland' Ga., bank several weeks seating capacity of 15,000 persons Coolidge to an undue hardship.

ago. including delegates, spectators and Delay Only of Short Duration.
From the d people.of Hendry county
,
expression '. .. I The woman will go on trial for her newspapermen. Music :and oratory The improvement: noted in, Mrs. ..
'
you 'apPreciate: this fact. .':. ( life In the Brunswick circuit of the which will center ,there will be Coolidge's condition during the day,

superior court at 9 o'clock this morning broadcast and probably will reach<
however, was believed by White
: with Solicitor General Ben T. "
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nearly every part of the world. House officials to indicate that the

You have again gievn me the honor to be of service .to: ', state Gill :handling of Georgia.the Charges prosecution of being for the an Ready to Tell /World./ postponement of the journey :would be I

"you. The next four years shall be the most important in': ':' accessory before and after the fact Spic and span and ready for what on only short duration. Announcementof

awaits it, the ,auditorium flagbedecked -
in connection with the robbery of the the postponement was withheld until

the history of our county. You have chosen'county, officials /,;,: ; bank also were contained in the in- along with the rest of the city, practically the last minute sInce

-"'J' hrtmont! returned against Mrs. Todd. has been strung_ with telegraph and it was hoped that after all 'she mightbe

who will render service to all. : ',,'. ;;:\'"r< Mrs, ...,...Todd has been confined in the telephone ,wires, which with the radio in condition! to undertake the trip. I
\ ,.: ..' '.. I-Tiinswick in''
,. ',. I jail since, her arrest will! carry an amount' of informa- Pending recovery: 'on the part of
0 : \
i .Jacksonville two, days,. after the crime i iI tion to the nation such as 'was never Mrs. Coolidge all preparations for the
With this idea in mind I wish ;
,
to
express my appreciation -'St
\\as carried out in Georgia. She was :
I dreamed of when it was erected within departure, will bo maintained as they

taken Into custody by officers here ninety days to house the 'convention at
are ready for leaving Washington
for the honor have
you given me. iJ.W. { '" 1 ,
I :: at her West Orange street homo when I which nominated the Commoner. earliest time.
I the. possible.
notice] discovered, evidence which connected Notvitpstandingthe. confusion t '
K was indicated at tho White House
,her with the robbery,; and mur- which outwarly attends a political
der and the attempted escape of the gathering, conventions themselves that:: developments, at the Kansas City,

actual slayers.! generally run 'along. with rules which convention would, not affect plans for .

.. r, r' Malcolm Morrow,. Jacksonville, and carry them through despite the ballyhoo departure. y

cs c- I Homer Simpson Anderson, 'Tenn"I which is' heard on every side.:,, Just prior to the decision to'post-

h .., were tried in Brunswick for the murder -
the to Wisconsin, the
journey
I While the spectator looks on in wonder -, pone ,
of Perry: and the robbery of the
at the welter of humanity, ap- president had addressed the semi-an-
:
bank and were found guilty. Theywere ;
j T'r 7 iI \ A nual meeting, of. the business organization -
: sentenced to die in {he'electric raiently:: : going nowhere, the party
of the government. Speakingon
\ >v A* > chair at the state prison .in Millidge- their ,
managers are laying plans appointing
; the eve of the opening, of the Republican -
.. N. Henderson ; \ille, Ga., on June, 1, but an appealfor
the committees
"..: v f;'' \_, "," ,, I necessary national convention at Kansas .
I
a new trial automatically post-
: : I ranging for) hearing delegationswho City; :Mr. Coolidge made no mention -
pcned the date of the execution.
dispute the' right of other del- of the nation's condition since
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1921 under the Republican administration -
egation to sit in.the convention, fix-
,' .. %ti' HOOVER{ STAR BRIGHT \ There was no reference in
i Ing up the party declaration! of principles '
I Kansas City, :Mo., June 11.-The .tho speech, to his own future.
I aI1d'generally smoothing i
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ascendancy, but with the air filled I Washington Paesident Coolidge debts' contracted by B. M. Beach

with the uncertainties which only politics -. decided lately to postpone temporarily without a'.written order from M. G. '

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The Convertible women all admire .

May the next four years be: the most prosperous for 'our, :.:..':," < ': Sport'Cabriolet. .$695 offering stamina the that drive men,.dash demandin and .non-locking. and with wheel its wonn-and-brakes

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Duff Is Named bunt, which stood the first basemanon BOOTLEG LIQUOR.FATAL UO 1
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: General Manager his 'head.: Lefty picked up the ball (Continued from page 1)) had several gold crowns. In his mouth. f 1

BY THE WAY HAVE : Of Clewiston. I and threw wide to the sack. Sims According 'to the description being He Is said to have been a colleges .

went on to second, but Davis was forwarded to the New England anthorltles graduate and a World War veteran .

I out at third the by the deputy sheriff, How&rd having served with the Canadian and i s t,
YOU HEARD THATWith (Continued from page 1)) on play. Doug '
was six feet tall, weighed about the American Expeditionary forces. :
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construction camp period and Into the r'
the arrival of summer and Bedford of St. Petersburg, Dr. Curti lined1 a hit. to right, and stole second, '
.1 I'triod of permanent community': or S. -
the beaches, Clewiston residents divided B. Tilcy of New Haven, Conu, N. C but Sansbury fanned to stop the rally. .
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their attention Sunday between Storey of Miami, 0. F. Cook ,of 'Sanford ...Whitten singled and stole in the / 4It
the beaches on the gulf and the east Fla., A. B. Crowder of New Orleans "In its permanent planning! and development Ask the Men. .:. a F
all citizens should take filth anfl Douglas did the same in the
coast beaches. Both the gulf and' the W. J. Allen, J. IA Couch, Iliran l l who Wear
and all citizens csri be sixth, but the punch' to bring them i -
ocean are equidistant from this community McElroy[ and J. M. Hamilton, of TamJa. I-ride .sure I I

althought at present Fort } Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mitchell an<1 I that their suggestions and construct in was sadly lacking. With one away I Them 4

Myers is receiving the bulk of the Miss Clara Bridgewater of Wes' live criticism on the. building of in the eighth Wilson came through 1i/7 \J/tj1

the better Bell Clewiston will always be welcomed usua'l' r -that's, one good to -- '..
bathing business because of Palm Beach, R. V. Allison of e( with his hit, and Cothern. ran way
to the Wales E. by 'this department., After all the welfare dscovcr the merits demerits
roads to that city. Roads Glade, L. J. Allen of Lake : I or -
for him. Rabbit stole second on the
east coast .'are now under ,construction H. Shepard of Houston, Charles II. of.. the citizens o; Clewiston of first of a brand of clothin. i
pitch, continued on the Ty Qobb
and with their completion, competition Thrall of Havana, Cuba, T, Colemar I today, and of the future Is our first I .. There
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between the two coasts will Clark of West Palm Beach, J. B consideration. One hundred per cent,
a l center field, and ,went on to the plate, in this community who'll +
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he :was cut down by Alberts swear to the. sterling worth of
Among the members of four motoring Moore of Lakeland; J. K. Christian i II and in civic pride is our aim. \ 1'13JOLEMOLDJJ i
on Lefty Witt's fast throw from back:
parties who spent the day at Fort 'of Jacksonville and L. H. Crist ol f t 'City planning and .building Is more iI
I of third base. Three up and three I
Myers Beach Sunday were Mr. and West Palm Beach. than the : \ I .
( than engineering; more laying down in. the ninth and the ball ;game .
Mrs.: J. O. French' and son Donald; out of streets and building side- I was over. I cLarfiEs .

and Mrs.. Jesse Allhands. Glenn MISS\ PLANT HONORED I
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.\Valks:! It is an attempt to envisage The locals play at Brigjiton next i 4i mYOORffasurZfVGmrorujerTHE
II. T. Summa, William G. ''AT FAREWELL PARTY
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a community in the full beauty andreasonableness Sunday, probably a doubleheader with GLOBE X\ILORIMG Co.ll1is % .
and
Jean R. Whitman,
Mrs.
Ames of its possibilities. It Brghton! and Lake Placid and return ,
the :Misses Dorothy Cole and Beat Miss Evelyn Plant was honored
i is;: an attempt to build a community to the home grounds for a game ,
licc' Kettl, and Mr. an oi'l of relative planlessness and disorder on the following Sunday. Tentative !I ,
Plant, :Miss Evelyn Plant and Charles party given at the (home of:! Mr arrangements 'are completed for two four good reasons-high quality,, right style, correct fit, moderate '
Joi.es. and Mrs.. C. W. McDonald on Arcade '
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"It is an enterprise that ought to games here on. the Fourth 'of July, as price.That's about all there is to want in a suit or toPcoatI .
r.venue. Miss Plant left with her par- .; .
bo about as'Inspiring as anything in part of the program of sporting events
Frank Bucher spent the week end ents Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Plant Tues-
I life. Imagination must play a large now being arranged by the Veteran's .
ill West Palm Beach.Mr. day for Richlaud, Texas dub, for that'ciate.. .
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After several 'amusing games had port in it. not \ : _

and Mrs. Ira -NeSmith spent been played, delightful refreshmentswere streets- alone nor by real estate val... Cothern, 2b 4 0 1 .2 2 .1 Notes'The,DeLuxe Line is the 'cream_ of the -showingAst to t see it.Quality' .

the week end with .:Mrs.: NeSmith's srved.Among nations. He lives pre-eminently ,by. Sansbury, rf ; 3 0' O' 0 0 0

parents in. Palf Beach. thos present were the his ideal of what richer and.hap Locket c 3 0 I,0 7 2' 0

Misses. Evelyn Plant, Frances Tippey, pier life should be. O'ur task In "mitte, 'lb J 3 ,0' '1 10 2 1

Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Bedford spenta Vesta Allen and Dorothy Ryan and }jtdldillg' the .city is to make man visualize Peterson '3b .
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day in Clewiston on a motor tour Wilma Faye Pape of Moore Haven, this Ideal of home surround-: 1. .' \ Service SatisfactionDARCY

of the southern end of the state.L. Marcia Avant, Peggy Grantham, Mar: 1 1gr. in a fairer city. It is my aim to Wilson, p 3 .0 '1.2 6 0 \ ,

gie Harvel and Elizabeth Chestnutt; make Clewiston as fine a place tolive :. .:: '7'"" -

C. May of Sanford, Fla.', was a Leon Cothern, Elmer Montgomery, as' is to be found .in the south:" '. ..... "" .' .-.. R H EClewiston DRY CLEANING -.

business visitor here. I i Walter Olstonf Harvey Guthrie, AITlliur S I 000 '100 000-1 6 3
Lawrence Jimmie Daniels. and I t
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L. A. Morgan, Jr., and J. E. Beards- Mr. and 'Mrs. C. W. McDonald and r

ley- spent Monday in LaBelle on bus- daughter: Caroline. -* From Cane CrewIn '.

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Sunday -on an' inspection tour .
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: scored. Bus- :you with ,
Crouch, Hiram} .McElroy and J. M. Friday afternoon with a lovely tw ply killing. lathers .; : ,

Hamilton.. tea at her home on Arcade avenue ter missed the third strike on Forbes, ,I1! '. :,. r. .:. : .the, greatest..amount of safety'r'k 1, (

I for the benefit of the Ladies Aid society inn the bases were' full. Pete bore t '. I"" 'r.' '. I
The Clewiston Home Building Association makes :
---- of i I of the Clewiston Community down and fanned Mitchell and, forced I ; : ::

A. R. Plant, local representative Mrs. church. Alberts: to roll a soft one to Whitten. EIGHT PER CENT on its loans, and you may become a. ',..
the coast line accompanied by !I I' ;
A. R. Plant' and her children Evelynand The home, was' attractively l deco- South Bay threatened in' the third !:. shareholder with payments as low'as FIFTY CENTS .A '
inted with flowers in the fourth", when ,Ed 1 : .. :
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month's vacation.' I I socialshour, the guests were Forbes got his second hit with Math-, ...'. : "
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______ I I invited to the 'dining room where, Mrs. ers on; but Mitchell was easy In .i. There. i is no other medium which offers such returns, :

W. T.. Bailey presided at the tea ta thE," seventh, Mitchell, who, had forced
Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Simpson moved Gi, .: with. your money guaranteed by first '.mortgages.v ,
ble. Forbes after the latters third hit, ', .
4' Tuesday from their home.. on Del 11;
{i:' VMoute"avence" 'to their 'new'home on Refreshments consisted... of sandwiches stole second and would. have scored ..h: "" : ,. ACT TODAY J. "r
cake, (nut bread olives, pickles from there 'but for the pastest ,play 'J "j
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.1 hostess, and the guests present ''Davis broke the ice for the Cane .

' Captain inVest F. Palm Dearie Beach.Duff spent Sunday I each left a silver' offering for the Crew with ah infield roller to start f_: E. C. Cole, Pres. H. F, Woodward, Sec'ry.fe's5ajasjaj3JEJasjsI3ia S J'"

'. Ladies Aid fund. Approximately $31 the fourth, which he beat out for a __,__ : .
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