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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Where Industry and Agriculture : The Center of America's New
The ClaWI.S'ton News

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VIrEWS A. O. 1. STARTSWORK I YOUNG INVESTOR .1 I Ii1r44i Clewiston Publish News Detailed To CLEWiSTONGANE



h .'v h ONT ON HSTAJJiN Assessment Story BRINGS PRAISE



HERE : 1 ; .I i I weeks Contrary ago to inspection reports published of the tax twoi assessment FROM VISITORSWesterners
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NEWS 0 J1; ?{ ;; i. valuation rolls in the coun-

Construction Seen As ty court house at LaBelle showed
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SMITH Development t i( Valuations at the county seat to be
BY TOM Cause.For. Faster : '.J : Compare
lower than last year.

0 f Civic ,i Detailed information on tax assessment Glades Cane After

recently Center. ;, is being gathered by The Clew-
druggist ,
Dave Alston, local : Trip Through Cuban
iston News and
will be carried in a

\ completed an 800 mile tour'' of in Construction of the new passenger I : : J [ full story in next week's paper. Sugar Fields.

'' spection to studyAlston's station for Clewiston was started this Ii i
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7 :J conditions and scrv- week at the foot of Central avenuein i .\' .: 1 1i
, ; i : ":.:: : l$5,000 i BOND IS. Unstinted praise for the sugar cane
ice fn more than 40 the Civic Center section. The ''' I
Trip- I r 'J r'1 ;: ; activity in the northern Evergladeswas

..., drug stores in the ger building stations to be on one the of ridge the best division passen-of j ,:'.<. :;;,: 7I 7I i I SET AT HEARINGi expressed this week by a group

east coast and in the central sectionof I i '.:'. j I Oklahoma
the Atlantic Coast Line will be of and Texas business men
: ;
Florida. Where inefficiencies were stucco and celotex with the interiorof I !i IN SKATES CASEYouth whose praise for Clewiston sugar ac-

. evident he made a mental note toguard wainscoting, celotex with a marble ; t ) tivity was expressed after they had

against them in his store and coat finish. I :,7 i -
. I spent several days in Cuba studying
Starting of the erection of the new I
where. new ideas presented themselves II Held conditions and
For Grand inspecting cane in
station: is the second big step advan- ,

: he quickly grasped them. This tageous to Clewiston which was taken -I :'' i s Jury As Result Of that country.

J trip of the local druggist should be by the Coast Line during the! Those in the party were Major S.

j interesting to Clewis ton residents, for past few months. I II I j Cutting-Scrape- J. Houghton of Dallas* Texas JudgeJ.

.j, it shows them the progressive type The Clewiston first one as was the southern the designatingof termi- i I I ; J; L., C. Skates, at a preliminary heardng G. Hill F. Sharp Fred Howard, C.'V. .

'r1 of merchant in the community and I In the Clewiston school audltori- Wells, Jack Kittrell and EJ."" .
nus of the ridge division of the railroad I e3
" the sort of service they may expect eliminating the necessity of':'i [ um Thursday morning before Gus Piatt of Oklahoma City, Okla. .

Mr. Alston's methods of building business changing trains at Moore Haven, and !McGhee justice of the peace was Leaving their homes" several weeks :

J;>- might be adopted profitably by effecting a time saving of more than I iI i held on a 5,000 bond for the grand ago, the party traveled through Louisiana Q

k other merchants of the commu- two hours for people traveling from 1 jury, on a charge of assault with a stopping to go through the
many I
'I iVity.. Clewiston. Transferring of the south I r4,4 f4/; 4 c'yd deadly! weapon, as a result of an altercation Marrerro plant to study the manufac-
, I with Wade Roberts' who is ture of celotex.
ern terminus from Moore Haven to i
j. !
,, '# ------ Clewiston also brought better Mail > in a critical condition from knife From New Orleans the party trav-

. 'C service as mail Is now brought here I I wounds. eled by boat to Cuba where they

Word comes this week from Texas at 11:30 o'clock in the morning and .YS 'JYu r .
'' that people of that section are fol leaves on the afternoon train at 5:30 ( arC attorney and L. O. Gravely of La sugar activity on the Island.
e with inter- +
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lowinug "
M.W 4Q r' ?R/,1't Belle
o'clock instead of at 3:30 as was was counsel for the defense. Arriving at Clewiston the visitors,
' News Serial est William John-
formerly the case.Construction The hearing lasted almost three accompanying Captain P. G. Bishop, )

Popular ston's serial, "b of the passenger sta- Don Hubbel Hoopes, two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hubbel hours. William G. Ames and F. .L. Williamson -

! Accidental Accomplice" Hoopes of St. Petersburg enjoys the distinction of being the youngest Counsel for the '
tion, it Is believed will hasten the defense argued that of the _Southern Sugar company :
f in the decision News. Letters member of the Clewiston Home Building Association. His father, whois the state failed to I :
development of the Civic Center sec- I establish the fact: I I spent two days here in the cane fields

>t' r .. of commendation for the story tion and will make even more pronounced Florida representative for Stiles and Van Kleek, golf architects, was that Roberts had been stabbed by and at the mill site where they saw I

! are being received every week but the trend of the business supervising the work of laying out the new nine hole course at Clewistonand i Skates. The prosecuting attorney's I the busy construction activity. -

this. comment from .Texas came from section to this locality. learning of the shortage homes' here, "recommended" to 'young Don I arguments were that there was no One of the visitors, visiting the h
.
;u an unexpected quarter. Mr. Johnstonis With the rapid renting of the new the building and loan stock. Don immediately saw the advantages andis question as to who did the stabbing,,t mill the second day before leaving )
well known author and the fore- I
a Hopkins block in this section now a full-fledged investor. and that the only course left for the_ said, "It seems that I can even no-
sight of the Clewlston News in makIng pros-
pective builders are turning their at- court was to bind over the defendant t t tice a marked improvement over yesterda"s -
arrangements to publish his latest to the grand jury. work."
tention to the west end of the
e' book in serial form is proven in! munity and it is believed that com-an- PROSPECTS HERE CANE CREW OPEN I Please turn to page 8 : Cameras and vest-pocket movie ma-
the number of praising letters that !i chinesere clicking almost continually -
c announcement of new store office '
." have, been received. and apartment buildings will follow :ALSTON \I: as the visitors proceeded on the
RETURNS
FOR BALL GAMES
rF Q the railroad's beginning work on the ARE PRAISED BY I I II trip through the Clewiston section,
and these views will be compared
neir station. I _
:, -.."... Mr Hopkins, prominent St. Louisomaii \ .FROM LONG TRIP with those taken -In':Cuba. .
'. ST. LOUIS WOMAN .*" -bfl.liaut oLiae. ...;..
:
, I 'business:: '\ visits Oie"-iston' COURTHOUSE ;: :Fallowing J -tho play "" ,c --There"is' very'-lIttleP room' f for" -'-
, NEW local team in the defeat on the home; I i '
" er an absence of six] comparison between Cuban and Clew-
;; grounds of the Brighton club Sunday Druggist Makes
: yMr$. Hopkins months and marvels 800 : iston cane the visitors agreed as the

o Visit- at the progress that WORK PROGRESS B u ilder O f Hopkins I without before last a game, the home Overtures team were has made been::1| Mile Trip To Study disease-free Clewiston cane shows' up

-., has been made in Block Impressed I ',to far better advantage everyjire-: I
rt: Conditions.
to the local looking to' ,
.x management i
the development of the community. .I i spect. .

"'When she was last here, a group of Lawsuits Fail To Stop With Activity I the Cane ,Crew in the newly organized :'I Covering more--than; SOO miles,! An interesting comparison! of the
South Shore League, but the un
h men were busy pouring the founda- Work On Court House around Dave Alston, proprietor of the' .Alston Cuban and decision methods of

\ for the mill. When she returned! Alt Moore Haven. "I am more confident that ever in certainties of transportation : Drug company visited 41 drug storeson raising sugar cane was drawn by Major -
the south end of the lake made the
time hundreds I
steel
of tons of '. the future of Clewiston," was the the east coast and in the central Houghton who said;
playing of games ,on schedule so un
rising 100 feet in the air were rest- Despite the flood of lawsuits in comment: pf Mrs. Mary Hopkins, St. section.. of the state, noting different "From every standpoint, you people
likely that the locals were, forced to' ;
ing on those same foundations.On which the work is involved Glades Louis business woman who left for 'I forms of management in the 'various''1 in Clewiston have the advantage. in
her visit I decline for the present' season.In ,
previews she made arrangements -. county is going steadily forward with J! her home after spending a day here stores and gathering new ideas to be !I i sugar cane production.
' the event no game is secured '
to build a store and its courthouse, while suits and counter inspecting her property holdings in-' : incorporated In the management of; j/ "In Cuba they plough and cultivate .
with outside clubs for the coming :
,
;" .apartment. building, on her Civic Center suits are being filed. cluding the_ .new' Hopkins building in ; I his store In the new location on Sug-i, with oxen, ,and a wooden plough. The,
Sunday, two games will be played between j
lots.
,;r When she returned the Two answers to a suit filed againstthe Civic Center. I i arland highway. I! work progresses so slowly that one
'
w building had not only been erected county and its officials in the I Mrs Hopkins who previously visited teams of local talent, to en-'I More than $1,000 in fixtures were : can hardly see the workers moving.
71's but able the manager and coaches to'' look
.: every store and apartment had United States district court by the this community early ,this year,I' ordered for the new Alston store: Then too the lands cannot be com
been rented before over some of the new material which
: completion. In Detroit Fidelity and Surety company decided to build here after spend- which both from a point of equipment pared to yours.; We saw vast tobacco
has been coming into Clewiston for
addition to this several new resi- show that the work is being continued -ing, less than 24 hours in Clew-1 J ; and service will be one of the most: fields on the good land while the

: dences and stores were built during; by one contractor while anotheris iston: making a hurried surveyor the I past month. modern drug stores in South Florida : cane lands continued off up the
her absence Fans should come out to the i ,
i and many new residentsare seeking to collect payment for his conditions. Wisdom of her decision I Traveling to the east coast they! slopes. Here your rich black land is
.In town. Naturally 1 j grounds Sunday and see the boys: I(
she
should
I' '. share of the work started some time I I is seen in the fact that the building"I Clewiston druggist studied conditions level, 'and one of your huge tractor
that work, whether an outside game i iI iaj
say prospects here look better
before.H. including three stores and'three'I in West Palm Beach, Fort Pierce, !i ploughs:! can do in one day the work
1 j played"or not 'is
than for there no denying -
ever. '
I '
C. Dwiggins, trustee in bank- apartments Is now rented.< have'a Melbourne Cocoa Daytona Palatka,:: which a Cuban team of oxen and a,,
j the players do like to
.. ruptcy for the Marshall-Jackson Construction "Although. have kept informed on' and down through the central section,,i'. laborer would do in a week.,
crowd
even a ragging one. You willget 1
company, the original contractors the progress of' 'Clewiston throughthe 1 including Orlando Lakeland, and Se-' "Next to be considered is the yield
I some fun out of it and spend an
.':' High praise for cane I r.nd content and here again
sugar and one of the defendants' news and advertising columns of I bring. sucrose

.',,, In.. the northern Everglades was exPressed -I in the surety> company's suit filed an I the Clewiston News, it was pleasantly -I enjoyable afternoon. "The trip," said Mr. Alston, "was I Florida has the advantage. Let us

I answer .in which It charges that the surprising to seed the evidencesof ,I well worth the time and expense for assume that until the cane is ground

! ., '-*, this week county has no authority to pay money -I'' the progress of which I had been LAND OWNERS TO MEET TODAY I gathered several new ideas which and bagged "ready for shipment Cuban -

z Cane Is by a group of Ok-I to a third party and asks that ) reading during the past few months. will increase the efficiency in our i and Florida conditions are the

Praised- lahoma and Texas the funds l held by the county be paid I "When I was here on my previous_ Annual land owners meeting of the new store on Sugarland highway. same. Even then you would have the

business men. Their to him as compensation. for $61,5571 I visit the foundation for the big mill Pelican Lake subdrainage district "It is our policy to furnish the big advantage since Cuba must pay

,comment, is interesting i in view of the owed to his company. |iwas I I being poured, and it was well ''I twill be held at Canal Point today, it t best possible service and it was In $1.76 for every 100 pounds of sugar

... fact that they stopped at Clewiston In his answer Dwiggins declares 1, worth the trip just to see the progress was announced yesterday. The pur. ,keeping with this policy that I made shipped into this country.

:' after a tour of inspection of the sugar that the company he represents con- I, that has- been made at the mill pose of the meeting will be to workout the 800 mile tour of inspection."I I "On 22,500 tons of sugar which is

cane plantations of Cuba. Startling tracted on December 8, 1925 to build I site where hundreds of tons of steel plans for draining independentlyan can say that in the new Alston : the conservatively estimated sugar *'

',' comparisons between the methods the courthouse for $149,861" but that I have been erected, and giant boilers, additional area south of the Palm l drug store Clewiston residents will i yield in the Everglades this year the

) t--\\'\ used here and and in Cuba were work was halted when the county I I and other machinery installed. Beach 'canal. The plans will be dis find a great improvement not only duty at the'' $1.76 per hundred pounds

t '\.n by the visitors. Everglades felled::! to pay up. Attorneys for the "After a thorough trip through the cussed with a view to working out a in equipment but in service. We have Cuban rate would be In excess of

I producers have every advantage over county say that their cash was deposited -I section I can conservatively say that I finance plan for draining at least t strived to keep pace with Clewiston's $80'0,000. so In view of all these

those of Cuba, the visitors said. The in a Moore Haven bank I Clewiston's future looks brighter 5,000 additional_ acres which it i is: growth, and an occasional business things there is very little room for

il. message,, _broght back by these menouuuiu Please turn to page 8 I! than ever." planned. to plant to sugar cane this I trip enables us to better keep abreast comparison between Cuban and Flor-
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. KIB vua all even greater ---------- fall.' cane production.
- confidence -- of the times.. ida sugar
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of this section CLEWISTON NEWS I SERIAL STORY
, as the sugar bowl of America. OF
DAIRY WORK SHOWS (LADIES AID FIRST OFFERING

BOOSTS CIRCULATION IN TEXAS RAPID PROGRESSWork I

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\;\ Land owners in the Pelican Lake on the construction of the SECOND YEAR IS BIG SUCCESS

"r ',subdrainage district meet today to Keen interest of residents of Texas., Construction and development news. new $30,000 dairy for Clewiston, t
i I I being built for O. L. Jeffries, Co- --
-a. form plans for fi- in the Clewiston News serial ,,An Accidental -.,Is also being keenly followed in the Members of the Ladies Aid of th e unable to get in for the first show, *
:;-: Land Owners lumbus, 0., dairyman, Is progressing '
o .. ,,,'; *.'t Meet -. nancing the indeing -: Accomplice" by William j I i Clewiston News by several people of rapidly, it was announced, this Clewiston Community church secret 1 I second show starting at 10:30 o'clock

:;} >;, Z o 02TUiBJp! UapU9cj Johnston and the general interest of!. that state, who according to Major week by Glenn B. Heard of Gor given.
t' was
some 5,000 additional -" I another big success Tuesday nigh
the -
, ,: acres which will be planted to the people of that section in the news ; Houghton are receiving impression ? don and Heard contractors who i I Following the first show a: great
\r- of a busy and Flor : o r
,. prosperous when tho benefit performance
P are erecting the dairy buildings.An
sugar cane this'ear.. The announce- and advertising columns of the News t J. O.
by
ida. chocolate cake was won
'-: attractive milk house has been "Seventh Heaven" at the Glatex the t-
ment indicates that both small and was explained by Major'' S. J. Houghton "
"It is surprising, said the Texan, I with the churchwomen
French. Cooperating:
,- large interests completed and work on adjacent atr drew a capacity .crowd necessitatintj ;
engaged in raising, of Dallas who visited Clewistonthis "to see how many people in Texas the announcement -
had
is under An Dave Alston
buildings ,
sugar cane will now way. shows.
forward of two
go with their week. particularly in Dallas are following the running
Plan In spite unusual feature of the milk houseis read during the show
of delays In general l Not only those who are directly in- William Johnston's "Accidental Ac. Through the cooperation of Buste r
'Drainage for the seven foot milk bottle, builtof In the
the sold
Everglades. This is terested In Clewiston but also people thi that proceeds from drinks
complice. I have had several peopleto Lockett, local theatre manager, a
" ( /(Iso in keeping I concrete, which' fits in a niche
' with
\ -' the policy of exf' who have never visited Florida have ask me to forward copies of the 8 Alston drug store following the show
the auspice
shown under
, panston? of the Southern in the wall of the building. With picture was
Sugar como asked Major Houghton to forward News to them and in inquiry learned would to the Ladies Aid.
o )any which in a few the completion of the work, Mr. of the Ladies Aid society and befor'e go
years will
bring them copies of the paper that they virtually
the gross total:! for the sale of Ever- may continue to follow the serial Ac-cidental Jeffries will bring to Clewiston a the show started the house was fillei tl The result was that

,glades sugar to' 26000000. story. .', .. .': i to miss an installment.. -. herd of 22 Guernsey cattle. to capacity., To accommodate thos e Please turn to page 8

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Page Two CLL.WIJ FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928

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NOTICE Dratishaw, W, H. Reynolds, and Ar County of Hendry)
thur Reynolds, I. Henry Mag, George I hereby certify that the above and
Snutcr and James Kaufman, Idr fciegoing Is a true copy of the orig-
IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH Bradshaw and husband I. II. Brad !final] order of publication made in '
Leonard Ostrow 'said cause and filled in my office ..
STATE OF Alexander
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, shaw Henry
FOR HENDRY and David Weinsten, Sidney I,LaBelle, Florida, June 30 1928. Just arrived a
FLORIDA, IN AND W. Alderman, defendants named William T. Hull --
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. therein and are non-residents of the I Clerk Circuit Court. ,
State of Florida that the place of June- 6 4t.
Florida Land and Timber Company,, business: and post office address of

a corporation under the laws of the said I. Zaret is Jamaica L. I. IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH ;
the State of Iowa, doing businessIn New York; the address of S..1. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF ; :
.
Wefnsten Is 233 Broadway, N. Y.; FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY 6f\
Complainant
of Florida
the State is I'
Bradshaw
Iho address of Ida COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. Solid Car 1'p
Glouster County N. J.; the addressof
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VS W. H. Reynolds and Arthur Reynolds I .. .
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Corporation, a, !Florida Land and Timber Company, ".
Real Estate Holding is 302 Brook Bldg., Scranton under the laws of the .
under thelaws I a corporation ., ,
existing .
corporation of the State of Florida, Bay Pa., the address of I. Henry Mag, f j State of Iowa, doing business in ... ;'.. '. .','.
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shore Investment Company, a cor George Sauter and James Kaufman | the State of Florida, Complainant, ,... ,..,.. f
doing business in the Is New Haven, Connecticut; the n['- j I VS .- ,f -.' .'
poration and Samuel Conlin,
State of Florida; I. Zaret whose dress of Ida Bradshaw and husband David Domroe -
is Jamacia, L. I. New I. H. Bradshaw is Glouster Count I i Defendants.
York residence S. J. Weinslen, whose placecf N. J.; the address of Henry Alexan- II ORDER OF PUBLICATION ..
; is 233 Broadway. N. Y.. der Is Cleveland Ohio the address II appearing by affidavit appended
business
Development Com Leonard Ostrow and David Wein-i to the bill in the above state cause
Orange State 32nd St., New York: I that David Domroe and Samuel Co-
existing under stein is 13G W.
pany, a corporation I''iln, defendants named therein and
the laws of the State of Florida. City, N. Y.; the address of Sidney W. Fi..E .E-
non-residents the State of
i-iF. of
MIami Street, New !
Miami, Florida A. E. Bascom Alderman is 152 Temple ,Florida,' that the place of 'business
State Devel- Haven, Connecticut as is known to :
Florida, Orange
and post office address of the said
Acreage affiant that there is no person
Co., Ocean Bay the ;
cpment David Domroe and Samuel Colin as
existing in the State of Florida the servic<
Company, a corporation i is known the affiant is. :Monticello
tike State of OL the subpoena upon whom would I
laws .of
the
under .
Sullivan County, N. Y.; that there (
Glouster, bind the said defendants and that the I
Florida; Ida Bradshaw I i is no'person in the State of Florida r
N. Y.;' Zerat Realty Company above named defendants are over the]! '- :.
County .
the:: service of the subpoena upon : AND ., : '
a corporation doing business age of 21 years; it is therefore ordered whom would bind the said defendant "
in the State of Florida; W. H. Reynolds said non-resident defendants be I,and that the above named defendants
and Arthur Reynolds, 302 I and they are hereby required appear -I.arc over the age of 21 years; it Is
Brook Building, Scranton, Penn., I. to the bill of complaint in said: :'therefore ordered said non-resident
Henry Mag, George Sauter and cause on or before :Monday the 6thday defendants be and they are hereby
James Kaufman, New Haven, Con- of August, A. D. 1928; otherwise required to appear to the bill of complaint rt
Bradshaw and her the allegations of said bill will be
Ida
necticut; in said cause on or before FL U'R
.'. husband: I. H. Bradshaw, Glouster taken as confessed" by said defend- I Monday the 6 day of August, A. D.
: County, New Jersey, -M. E. Amos, ant. j 1'J2S; otherwise the allegations o'
Miami, Florida, Henry Alexander,'' It. is further: ordered that this .order said bill will ''be taken 'as confessedby
I.. Cleveland, Ohio: New Haven' and I : be published' once a week fol defendant.It .
Miami Realty Company, a corpora-I four[ consecutive weeks in the Clew- is further ordered that this order -
tion existing under the i i&ton: News, ,a newspaper of general be published once a week for
State of Florida, Miami, Florida i circulation published in said Count} ; four consecutive weeks in the Clew-
Leonard Ostrow and David Weinstein and State. iston News, a newspaper publishedin
. 136 W. 32nd- St:, New York Done ,and ordered at LaBelle, Florida : said County and State. SEEDS INSET I C TIC I I IDE, S FEED

!;. City N. Y., Sidney Alderman", 152 this the 30 day of June, 192S. I Done and ordered at LaBelle, Flo:'
' Temple Street, New Haven, Con- (SEAL) ida. this the 30 day of June 1928. S

necticut, Defendants. WILLIAM T. HULL SEAL "
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ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt I .. --5-
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Clerk: Circuit Court, in and for -
appearing by affidavit appended I WILLIAM T. HULL : .
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.'. to the bill in the above stated cause 'I I I-fendry County, Florida. .
' that I. Zaret, S. J. Weinsten, Ida State' of Florida ) Clerk Circuit Court, in and for Hen i :'.
dry: County, Florida. ;' : : '.
,:. \ I State of Florida ) :..jf '" ff.:3: ( :
r + +r+ rsw#ri'ir rKia rn N+++r'r + County of Hendry) ,. .' )i f
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-.'' 1 I I hereby certify; that the above anc" ;_'J } .Egg Plants and Now "In' Stocky. :}
fare-going1 is true of the ; K Peppers" { '
I' for in Clewiston" \ a copy ori- : : : :: '
"A thought every one i iiii',1 l of publication made in said .. '
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FRIDAY JULY 20, 1928 CLEWISTON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA Page Three:

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Becker Saturday night. 'teenth birthday. Lovely refreshments G mI WEDNESDAY July 25.-tl\Vall-

I William G. Ames, and T. F. Yancy! of cake and Ice cream and punch I AT THE MOVIES flowers" from Temple Bailey's best

I Friday eveningat I were served. Several old time games J seller novel, featuring Jean Arthur,
I: THE WAY HA VE. were dinner guests ,.
: ITBY J the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M.I were played and dancing was enjoyi SATURDAY, July 21.-"Fangs Ot Hugh Trevoe, Lola Todd and others.

: Wright. i i Among those present were AI This is the drama that tears the veil

HEARD THAT Messrs. French, Carson, Thomas, The Wild" with the dog Ranger. from the life .of modern girlhood.

YOU I I Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr. i Two sisters,
recent guests at the Clew- t one wishing love, the
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jj iston Inn were H. A. Rider of LaBelle,I and Mrs. R. Bailey, Mrs. D. L. Tra '- other riches, thrust into Washington

I II Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Wheelock of Dade/ for and Mr. and Mrs. Freally. Many feuds, fascinating scenery, a mountaineer society. Do not miss this soul-strring

a Celebrating their going over the P. M. Wright at the latter's home.. City; W. S. Eans ofv Orlando, R. L. lovely presents were given the pop- I drama of the enternal feminine.. A
.. girl, Easterner '
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.. ,' W in their goal to have $1,000 in thebank I Summerall of Jacksonville, O. B. Tan-!iular girL young engi high-class production. Good comedy,

mark, their first birthday of I I Success crowned the efforts of the ner of Atlanta, J. J. Rodriguez, II.I I neer. It's action. Another good? Mickey too. ,

to Clewiston Ladies Aid society of the Clewiston C. Storey and Mr. and Mrs. N. C.Ii \. Some big ones coming: Les 1lIserI \ -
Aid society of the I i| ZOO IS MOVED
Ladies
the comedy.
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Miami. .. I Freckles, What Price Glory
Storey of
:: Community church, members of! Community church at their theatre '
entertained Friday I party given Tuesday night at the Gla-I I i Removal of the zoo from Francisco I
that organization I I
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:. Mrs G. Lawton Sims, accompaniedby TUESDAY, 24th "The''CatAnd
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night with a birthday i iYatanabe i ( street to Civic Center park under the Window" featuring Henry B. Wal-
and card through the cooperation of her daughter Louise, motored with i I
.\ hotel. Dancing I water tower was completed this The Canary." Folks here's our thall and Patricia ,Avery. The oldcobbler's
throughout the Mr. Lockett, local manager attracteda her brother J. R. Alston to Weston,
games were enjoyed week, and was accepted in the community daughter tiring of poverty,
Ga., where she will spend a vacation
evening and delightfu refreshments I capacity crowd. I treat. A great big special picture at
secretly dates and becomes absorbedin
punch were with her people-In-law. as one of the first steps to
consisting of cake and popular prices. It's a mystery picture cabaret life, becoming a 'cigarettegir.r
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bucher were create more interest In the commun
served.
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,.... -Mrs. guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. MISS SMITH ENTERTAINSMiss ity park. At present the zoo consists that is real mystery. It will absorb (i til-at the end, there's, the "Light In
M. W. Bigg accompanied by W. D. Becker at their home on Saga- .of a wildcat and a monkey: but it is I
,week In the Window" the forgiving old father
and
Bigg spent two days last more avenue last Wednesday. Mary; Frelay Smith delightfully -I believed that new animals will be hold your attention throughout.It
Yom. I I has kept burning for his wayward
\.,Palm. Beach and Canal Point on bus- > entertained a host of her friendsin II I added .occasionally building the menagerie will be your fault if you miss this
daughter. It's an absorbing story,
"iness. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent the the annex of the Clewiston Inn,I into 'the biggest In this section marvelous entertainment. Take our I well played and directed-also"n food

evening at the home. of Mr. and'JMrs. the, occasion being Miss Mary's sIx'f -I of the state. tip. Also comedy. comedy.Reliability. I
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} I rid Sunday from the east coast wherer. .,-r.: \,, Depends to a great extent on the ./:; \r.: :...J" .
Hooker officiated on the enter- \

..t&inment; committee in welcoming visiting I .:., (,'...:.:..'," You. can't afford' to take a chance. r- '?1 r'1;" :,..;'... ." .., .' Our workmanship is unsurpassed and :

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.':..:'," I,w;- the week end In West Palm Beach. ';;<,-.::.,:.: /" 'Clewiston Florida' (':A: : /,: : "'':,iY" t i- Lighting fixtures now on display., t i

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,'"' 'spent the past week at the Palm : : ; { ; jfJ") SIMPSON & SIMPSON .

'. Beach. to their home homes of Mrs.\ in NeSmith Clewiston returned Sun-- l <. < : ., i < iot'JXvC;;j' -.. ', -

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t' Before you buy your next elliptic shock-absorber The COACH .. .
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automobile-see the Bigger springs, and big non-lockin g r .

i and Better Chevrolet! wheel brakes! $585 I '," : ,' ;'" : .'

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: are Yet this sensational car is The Touring..$495 BLUE SERGE 't' .. r'S',;: ",/ WOOL STRIPES
w safety. of bodies by Fisher! Roadster ...
', offered. at amazing low pricesa The $COC './'l:..'.,.._, .
. .'* Here IS, the spirited, 'thrilling dollar-for-dollar value Coupe..... DJ : .: .
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Here are the comfort, road- the greatest popularity 1 in The Sport Convertible I '- .

,e. ability and safety of a 107- Chevrolet history. Come in The Cabr Imperial olet....$695 I SPORT PANTS :V f '; ORLANDO SUITING

inch wheelbase, long, semiQuality today for a demonstration! Landau......$715 J
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Light Delivery, $ 375 p.' '. ,. ; '

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Improved valve-in. Semi-elliptic shock absorber '" -
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107 inch of wheelbase .
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Non-locking 4-wheel Safety gasoline tank at '
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cooling eyjtem ra -. i I '. .
Streamline bodies by ,, :f "
Harrison radiator honeycomb Theft Fisher-proof steering r : ; ; :- '0" 6.85 8.75 $3.75'" '

Invar atrut constant and ignition lock I .
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clearance pistons AC oil niter a :' .
Mushroom-type valve AC air cleaner .
tappets Single-plate dry disc ("a .
Hydrt>laTnioated cam dutch I,
Ir abaft gearsCrankcase Stewart Worner vacuum ,These are unusual bargains and will give
fuel feed I
breathingsystem
Dclco-Remy distributor
ignition I,
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Ban bearing worm Rod Steel disc wheel I'
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Ptgc Four CLEW1STON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1928
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Entered as second-class matter February S, 1D2S, at the post office .. ,
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WILLIAM JOHNSTON
: SUGAR BOWL CAFE : j'- y\5

LOUIS A. MORGAN . . . Publisher"TOM Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran & ./ :. ;.
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Subscription Rates WHAT HAS GONE BEFORE. 1Mr
After careful consideration: of the many 1hSJ:
By, mail outsj+e of Florida By mail in Florida Carol Dare New York society girl

One Year' $250 One year $2.00 engaged to Beverly Weeks, scion ofa names submitted we have selected the above 1j ill S :' ,.
1.50 'Six months 1.00 I1
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1.25 Three months. .75 as. the most approriate for safe. y
Three months learn whether she will be happy name our
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NEWS' PLATFORM and is told to "Wait." On the way

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. home she is rescued from the path of In this
selecting feel that
transportation and name we we are
2. Early completion of the highways for local an approaching automobile by one

concentration of products. Alan Mason in whom she later con- ever keeping in the minds of the public the
rates on vegetables and *
substantial downward revision of freight
3. A
fides when ''her father, Banker Dareis 1 '
other products of this region to the northern markets. fact that Clewiston 'will be the future Sugar I '
marketing association for arrested on a charge of embezzle-
4. The furl functioning of a cooperative .
both buying and selling purposes. ment, trumped up by Prosper Strong Bowl of America. ,
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a business rival. On going to see her

FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928 i father in the Tombs prison, Carol as- Mrs. J. O. French submitted the above I C
sists in the escape of Bennly Berg- I -

FLORIDA'S SUMMER CLIMATE .............. man a convict who later overhears name .an was awarded the $5 prize. ,
with Dr. Triggs, pastor of a wealthy

church, the boast of Prosper Strong fPFY1I
Another forceful argument for Florida the year round playground is t'.'tat he framed Banker Dare. Benny

later forces entry to the pastor's library '\ ,
offered in a current issue of Florida Business, published by the state chamber and tries to get the, minister to ,I
tell the facts of the case. Home of Good EatsSUGAR' I I II

of comrne"rce, in which interesting data on summer weather in Floridais
NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY.

given. In the northern Everglades in the Clewiston section it is admittedly / I sus .
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There was no mistaking the thin,

cooler than on the coasts, but for Florida in general the following is inter- undersized figure, even though a cap'' laPf I
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It was the man he had seen that dayin ,
esting reading: .I n I
:Mr. Strong's office, but now in
Truth is stranger than fiction. Nowhere is there a more striking illustration ,
the man's right hand was a revolver,

of this to be fcund than in the summer climate of Florida. No one and its possession seemed to give I 77s.
him confidence. I ijwth1

denies that some summer days in Florida are hot. But summer nights in "Sit down," commanded the intruder D I

Florida always are cool and there is hardly a bed in the state not equippedwith explosively. "I ain't going to hurt i rloS
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you if you behave. '

cover the year 'round. Breezes are present night and day the summer Dr. Triggs gasped nervously, swallowed }- aw, ri
hard two or three times, and I I'I ,llli.r .
through and if one' becomes.,.warm-.i in the sunshine it is necessary only to .*! 7. .
sat down abruptly, and as he did so f i

seek the shade. It is always cool in the shade. The same' conditions that, Benny sprang nimbly into the room ::: "; I
aim took a position directly facing : < I
give Florida a wonderful winter climate are responsible for the summer him, with the revolver still carefully ,.t t' : n' \

climate. The winds from the southeast 'and southwest. Florida pointed at the third button on the
prevailing are InVoluntarih-1 i. '". BOWL CAFE ', ,
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sorry unwelcome :
great expanses of water. Nowhere in the peninsula can one be more than I
and uninvited guest politely, "if ;you .
fifty miles from either the Atlantic or the Gulf of Mexico. Nowhere in the fine1 that window too cold but it's ,I Clewiston, Fla. I .

got to stay open. It's my get-away." j .' ii
state, from Pensacola to Key West can one be more than seventy-two

miles from salt water. To this must be added the advantage of the state's (To be continued) _

lakes. Approximately, 30,000 lakes help to temper the atmosphere, but with i \ ,___\ 1c

_ due respect to all of these things there is something else. The atmosphere of ". '

Florida possesses a remarkable capacity for the absorption of Tnoisfure. ,. ......,, ,;. ..w.W;"' '.; ): J'" ., I., ..: ';. .,,.,. :.? .:. .1.-. : ., .. d'. .': '._k f/ }
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Chicago is far more disagreeable than one of 95 degrees in Florida. Ex- .

amine the' government's climatological data and note the evenness ,of Flori- ;; : : : f


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JULY 20, 1928 -' CLEWiSTON NEWS. CLEf[VIS TON FLORIDA ,.,v



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would bind the said defendants and IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH
:iston News
a
LEGAL NOTICES I I newspaper published! I t I State of Florida )
I hat the said defendants, Cedirc J, ORDER OF PUBLICATION : JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF .
:, in said County and State. County of Hendry)
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: J. : Priebe is tho of 21 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
; C over age years It appearing by affidavit appendedto : I hereby
certify, that
Done the above and
CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH and ordered at LaBelle, Florida
IN and Virginia M. Spitler Is over the COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
the bill in the above state cause :
(' this the 30 foregoing Is a true copy of the original
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE 'day of June, 1928. -
21 Almar Realty
age of years, and the tl1ltIan:; Matz. defendant named i order of
FLORIDA, !IN AND FOR HENDRY Company: Is a corporation havingno therein and is a non-resident of the' Florida Land and Timber Company, :i ij (SEAL) I said cause and publication filed in made in

4' 4 .: -.. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. representative in Florida service State of Florida, that the place of j a corporation under the' laws of the.( WILLIAM T. HUL, LaBelle, Florida, June 30 my; 1928.office: at \

upon whom would bind the said defendant business and post office address 011 I State of Iowa, Complainant, Clerk Circuit Court, in and for Hea- William T. Hull

.. Florida! Land and Timber Company, it is therefore ordered that the said Harry Matz, as particularly!' vs ,I dry[ : County, Florida Clerk Circuit Court.

j a corporation existing under the ,I said non-resident defendants be and as is known to the affiant Is 117": r:,neat C. Day, Dtren a",. ._ -

laws of the State of Iowa, and do I|: they are hereby required to appearto Ercadway, New York:, th:t fiors Is I, OH?: E1; C': PUCLJJ, lCN t. : -- --

.. ing business In the State of Florida I![ the bill! of complaint In said can :e ;:) person in the State of FlorICa, the:: t avpc.a..r.g; by affidavit appemltu

Complainant. oa or before Monday the Gin day t-f service< of the subpoena upon who :;jto*the bill in the above stated cause 'l .. r( 11E, 11T 1 rrr T nt nt n / it r, / ,1 i

4 1" VS I I August A. D. 192, otherwise the al- would bind the said defendant and 1'that 1 Ernest'G.. Day, defecilv.t: : : :z-; .'
& Annette Brandel Soter and E. Soter, 1.!*g?tOS! of said bill will be taken: r.c:: that< the above named defendant therein and Is a non-resident of ilie $3

her husband, Defendants. I confessed by said defendants.It i over the age of 21 years; it is there- Slate of Florida, that the place of Our Accident Policies cash
pay
this Cio, ordered said non-resident de- you sums
ORDER OF PUBLICATION is further ordered that o.- business and Post Office address ct

r, It appearing by affidavit appendedto II ocr be published once a week fo: Cu] ant be and he Is hereby required the said Ernest G. Day as particularly for rthe

the bill In the above state cause lour consecutive weeks in the Clexi i to appear to the bill of complain' as is known to the affiant is Boise I I following: .

that Annette Brandel Soter and E. !iston News, a newspaper published :in said cause on or befpre Monday' City, State of Idaho; that there i, '.

Soter, her husband, defendants named in said County and State. the 6 day of August, A. D. 1928; otherwIse ,no person In the State of Florida the I.

therein and are non-residents of Done and ordered at LaBelle, FlorIda -' the allegations of said bill' service of the subpoena upon whon | I Dismemberment -

the State of Florida, that the placeof this the 30 day of June 1928. will be taken as confessed by sai( would bind the said defendant and jg .
defendant.It "
business and post office address WILLIAM T. HULL that the above named defendant is' I Loss of Sight
is further ordered that this ,0-
of the said Annette Brandel Soter (SEAL) order over the age of 21 years; it is therefore j

; and E. Soter, her husband, as par I Clerk Circuit Court in and for. Hen- be published once a week for ordered, .said non-resident defendant : ",*"-
fcur consecutive weeks in the Clew Total '
the affiant I Disability ,
*: is known to I Florida. ,
tcularly( a Kings dry County, i&ton News, a newspaper published' be and he is hereby requiredto
. 81 Bay 23th; St., Brooklyn, State of Florida )
: Is
-), County, N. Y.; that there is no person County of Hendry) in said County and _State. appear to the bill of complaint teC( I Partial l Disability

in the State of 'Florida the serve I hereby certify that the above and Done and ordered at LaBelle. Florida I said cause on or before Monday ths |c
: : this the 30 day of June 1928. -
would ,
ice of tabove subpoena upon whom foregoing is a true copy of the original (SEAL) I 6 day of August, A. D. 1928, otherwise | > Hospital Expense
the
:, bind the said defendant and that order of publication made in WILLIAM T. HULL the allegations of said bill will betaken ( .
defendants are over theage : Non-disabling I Injuries
named said cause and filed in my office at Clerk Circuit Court .
in and for Her- as confessed by said defend- fe
therefore ordered
of 21 years; it is LaBelle, Florida, June 30, 1928. dry County, Florida. \
said non-residents be and they William T. Hull State of 'Florida ant. It Is furthere ordered that this Identification .

hereby required to appear to the Clerk Circuit Court. ) order be published week for ".
nre once a
County of (Let tell
Hendry how
In said cause on or ) us you little It costs/ )
kill of complaint G of August, I hereby certify, that the above and four consecutive weeks in the Clew-
the day
before Monday IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH foregoing is a true and iston
the allegations correct copy News, a newspaper published
A. D. 192S; otherwise JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE Or of the original order

of said bill will be taken as confessed FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY made in said cause and of filed publicatkr in nv I| in said County and State. Li-i : Dick C. Miller I

-' by said defendant. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. office at LaBelle, Florida, June 30 Done and ordered In LaBelle, Florida ;: :
It is further ordered that this or- 1928.! this the 30 day of June, A. D. !

ik-i be published once a week fo Florida Land and Timber Company. William T. Hull 192S.
. consecutive weeks in the Clew- Clerk Circuit Court WILLIAM T. HULL \,1'
four Cor
a corporation: urder: the laws of Hendry INSURANCE AGENCY
: i h toll News, a newspaper published the State of Iowa, doing:; businessin ty, Fla. Clerk Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
L State. ,June 6 dry County, Florida.W. .
and 4-t
said County
In
; and ordered at LaBelle, Flor- the State of Florida, \'. N. Htfhderson' Watanabe Hotel Cle"viston
Complainant,
-,-':-1r Ida.Done the 30 day' of June, 1928. VS IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH Solicitor for Complainant.State ---I
of Florida )
(SEALWILLIAM T. HULL Stanley Colter and Ethel M. Colter, i' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE "rFLORIDA. :- County of Hendry ) 1 .!.W'M' I) V .!. v..4 ,P.JI
: :, .-
his wife Defendant IN AND FOR
: HENDRY
, : ; Clerk: Circuit Court in and for Hen- :ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt 1 COUNTY,' IN CHANCERY.. I hereby certify, that the above and
I foregoing is a true of the
Florida.. copy orig-
r' (Iry County Florida, ) appearing by affidavit appended i j inal order of publication made, in said a

-I '6! State County of of Hendry) to the bill in the above state cause Florida Land and Timber Company! cause and filed in my office at La I I,! ,

'; certify, that the above that Stanley Colter and Ethel M. Col: n corporation ,under the laws of the Belle, Florida,' June 30, 1928.
hereby
I ter, his wife, defendants lamed State of Iowa,
of the doing business in William T. Hull
is true copy
and foregoing a therein and are non-residents of the the State of Florida New
' order of publication made in ; Complainant.VS Clerk Circuit Court.IN I
:: ,." original in office at State of Florida, that the place of :,I
" '.,_ ',I said cause and filed my the said Stanley Colter and Ethel M. ,, E. J. Coleman, Defendant.
..... LrBelle, Florida, June 30 1928.lt CIRCUIT COURT, TWESFTH!
business and post office address of .
William T. Hull JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF
Colter, his wife, as particularly ,
Court. : asj I
Clerk Circuit FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY I
is known to the affiant is 331 Cas-,
j ORDER OF
PUBLICATION COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
-
--ter faIls Avenue, Bronxville, N. Y.; that;: '
It !
appearing by 'affidavit r
.. appended
TWELFTH
,,, IN CIRCUIT COURT, there is no person in the State of I to the bill in the AD R
above state VALS-i
'r CIRCUIT, STATE O' cause Florida Land and Timber !
Company
: ;':. JUDICIAL Florida the service of the subpoena that E. J. Coleman I
defendant !
' IN AND FOR HENDRY named 11 a corporation under the laws of the ; s
,::.; FLORIDA, upon whom would bind the said defendant therein and is a non-resident of the 11. V1. ,
. '.. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. and that the above named Suite of Florida that State of Iowa, doing business in
the place of
--' the State of
Florida
'j.
defendants are over the age of 1y.ar8 business: Complainant, i
and
and Timber Company : post office address fl
: 1 Florida Land
;;j ; VS .
it is therefore ordered said
; ''
; :',0 a corporation under the laws of the 'said E. J. Coleman as particularly J. Gorse Simmons and Wife, Minnie
non-resident We received of
defendants be and theyare ; have three large shipments '
business as is known
tie:! State of Iowa, doing to the affiant is ;
t.: hereby required to to the! .. Simmons, and Rose Simmons De
; appear '
: in the State of Florida, Complainant US Stinaid Ave, Syracuse, N. Y.: fendants. Voiles Dimities Per-
$ bill of complaint in said cause on or that there is no person in the Stateof ; Ginghams, Organdies, :
'4/.' before Monday the 6 day of August, ORDER OF UBLICATION
Florida the :
VS service of the sub- cales Premier Prints and Rayons in
A. D. 1928. otherwise the allegations It appearing by affidavit appened- ,
Martha R. French, widow, and Real poena upon whom would bind the
: of said bill will be taken as confused said defendant etl to the bill in the above stated
'::11:; Estate Holding. Corporation I by said defendant. mimed and that the above cause that J. Gorse Simmons and Nationally Known Brands
.;.'': 1:a fendants' defendant is over the age of wife !
Minnie
;; > ORDER OF PUBLICATION It Is further ordered that this order 21 years; it is therefore ordered said Simmons, and Rose
fc be published week for Simmons, defendants named therein
once. a
affidavit appended non-resident defendant
It appearing by be and he is
;S 'lo the bill in the above stated cause four consecutive weeks in the -;;,hereby required to appear to the h" nnd Florida are non-residents of the State of i We invite you to inspect these new arrivals.
that the
place of business .
I; that Marth R. French, widow, de- iston News, a newspaper publishedin [ of complaint in said cause on or be- amY

'7( C fondant named therein and is a non said County and State. fere :Monday the 6 day of- August, A. post: office address of the said J. We are going to sellSATURDAY

fr''r,: evident i of the State of'Florida' ,_ that Done and ordered at LaBelle, Flor- D. 1928; otherwise the allegations I Gorse Simmons and wife, Minnie

':"y. the residence of Martha R. Frenchas Ida this the 30 day of June, 1928. of said bill will be taken as confessed Simmons and Rose Simmons', as is

known.to the affiant.is ,Hotel (SEAL) by said defendant. It is further ordered known to the affiant is Syracuse, ONLY

Mohawk, Brooklyn, Kings County, WILLIAM T. HULLI I that this order be published Onondaga County, New York; that

...,.;. New York; that there is no personin .Clerk Circuit: Court, in and for Hen- a week for four consecutive there is no person In the State of (JULY 21))

the State of Florida the service dry: County, Florida. weeks ,in the Clewiston News, a newspaper Florida the service of the subpoena ,

of the subpoena upon whom would I State of Florida ) published in said County and upon whom would bind the said defendant 20 Cent Gingham 2 yds. for 25c
I State. and that the above named ,
.: bind the said defendant and that the County of Hendry)

." ,., above named defendant is over Hinge I hereby certify, that the :above and Done and ordered in LaBelle, Flro- defendants are over the age of 21 50 Cent Premier Prints, per 'yd. . 39c
of 21 years; it is therefore ordered foregoing is a true'' copy of the original ..ida this the 30 day of, June, A. D'' years; it is therefore ordered said

said non-resident defendant be ) 'order of publication made in !1928. non-resident defendants be and theyarc 35 Cent Monarch Percales, per yd. . 23c

and she Is hereby required' appear said cause and filed in my office at (SEAL) : hereby required to appear to ,the

to the bill (lorcomplaint in said cause LaBelle, Florida, June 30 1928. I WILLIAM T. HULL bill complaint. In said cause on or 75 Cent Baronette Satins, per yd. . 59c

;).a.1))I on or before, Monday the 6th day ol William T. Hull Clerk Circuit Corut in and for Hen- before Monday the 6 day of August,

'c August, A. D. 1928', otherwise,). the allegations Clerk Circuit Court. dry County, !'1ort4a. A. D. 1928. otherwise the allegationsof

of said bill ,will be takenas June 6 4t. W. N. Henderson, said bill will be taken as confessedby
< said defendant.It NADEL'S
confessed by' said defendant. Solicitor'for complainant
I i I State of Florida ) is further ordered that this order -
this
further 'ordered that or-
It is IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH
1 I County of Hendry be published once a week for
)
'once week for I
dot be published a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF
four consecutive weeks in the Clew- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY I hereby certify, that the above and 1 four consecutive weeks in the Clew- DEPARTMENT STORE ;
Iston' News
foregoing is true a newspaper published
,. a
'of general copy of the
iston News, a newspaper COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. original in said
County and State.
circulation published in said County order of publication made in said
" Done and ordered at LaBelle Florida Francisco Street. Clewiston

.
',: and State. cause and filed in office
Florida Land and Timber Company, my at La: this the 30 day of June, 1928.
Done and ordered at LaBelle Florida Belle, Florida, June 30 '1928.
a corporation under the laws of the (SEAL)
this the .30 'day vof June, 1928. William T. Half
State of Iowa, doing business in WILLIAM T. HULL
(SEAL) the State of Florida Clerk Circuit Clerk Circuit
; HULL Complainant, Court. Court, in and. for Hen-
T.
WILLIAM VS June 6 4-t. iry County, Florida.

Clerk Circuit Court in. .,and for, Hen W. H. McAlpine and Etssie Topping, I State ,of Florida )
__
.. ,_.
:County,..Florida IN \ "
dry CIRCUIT
Real Estate Ho'dinn Corporation, COURT, TWELFTH j County of Hendry)
i State of Florida ) Def "-.'-.,tS. I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF I I hereby certify that the above and

County of Hendry) ORDER OF PUBLICATION1It FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY foregoing is a true copy of original
I hereby certify that the above and COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. order publication
appearing by affidm: r-sae'1 I of made in said
foregoing is a true copy of the orig- to the bill in the above stated caurc cause and filed in my office at La '

ina1 order of publication made in that W. H. McAlpiio nncj: .1 no. Hc-ida Land and Timber Company Belle Florida, June 30, 1928. ,:
said cause and filed in' my office at > : BUYING POWER
Topping, defendants named thf'i i 'o-noraiion, under the laws of[ William T. Hull .' :

LuBelle, Florida, June 31, 1928. and are non-residents of the Ss.t O : the Sta-! of Iowa, doing business Clerk Circuit Court .. \ .f
William T. Hull Florida in the State of Florida July 6, 4-t }:
Clerk Circuit Court. of tkat the place of business j .- ,'
and post office address of the said Complainant.VS -.
I W. H McAlpine and Bessie Topping : :

.. IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH gas is known to the affiant is Stan-'Melpo Chtsaros and her husband, IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH Tt : : ,

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE ford, N. Y.; that there is no person Constantine Chtsaros, Defendants. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT STATE OP ; :" '. "

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY In the State of Florida the service ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. cf the subpoena upon whom would COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. ,, '

bind the said defendants and that the -Power' ;the
Florida Land and Timber Company, above Darned defendants are over the : appearing by affidavit appendedto Buying applies ,to management

a corporation under the laws of age of 21 years; it is therefore or- I the bill in the above stated cause Florida Land and Timber ''Company, \

the State of Iowa, doing businessIn dered that said non-resident defendants tl"it Melpo Chtsaros and husband, a: corporation existing under the I .'. V .
the State of Florida, Complainant be and they are hereby require Constantine Chtsaros, defendants laws of the State 'of Iowa and do-

; VS to appear to the bill of complaint intaid I named therein and are non-residents ing business in the State of Florida of a dining room as well as to other lines of

rause on or before Monday the oC the State of Florida, that the place Complainant, >
:;t Florida International Realty Company Gih day of August, A. D. 1928. ft' business and VS .
addressof
office
post
...... a corporation existing Florida under wife the allegations of said other-I aid Melpo Chtsaros and husband, |W. I. Lawrence, a single man, and ..,': .' ,.: : f: .::./ .>.> .. _. : !;A'/?}
the laws of the State of bo taken as confessed by Sl Alfred Marsh : ,.
Constantine Properties, a corporation .
Chtsaros as is known to :,: ,J : : :: :,'
.
and Almar Realty Company, a cor- : <
ordered business -
-; fonuonts. It is further that '
Defendants. -
1 i)the affiant is 267 Bay 10th Street 'p
'
poration existing under the laws of this order be published once a week |ITJrcokly, Kings County, New York; Order of PublicationIt ;; : : ".,- : '
< {/
the State of Ohio, Ethel Pruitt, of I :
rov four I
consecutive weeks Ju the tnat there is no person in the Stateof appearing by affidavit! appended : ,
Dade County, Florida, and Dorothy "II"Tito:1! News, a newspaper puN Florida the service of the subpoena to, the bill in the above stated cause
Donovan, (an unmarried woman), li bed In said I
County and State. upon whom would bind the that W. L Lawrence, a single man,
Trustee of Dade County, Florida, gone: and ordered in LaBelle, Flor- said defendants and that the above and Alfred Marsh Properties, a corporation -

0 Maude L. Baker (an unmarried: woman !iciu ths; the 30 day of June, A. D. named defendants the ,defendants herein, that W

M. H.of Tallman Dade County, and ,wife Florida, Gertrud,) Dr. 1928. 21 years; it is are therefore over ordered ageo I. Lawrence, a single man, is a non I It is undoubtedly for this reason that several
WILLIAM T. HULL
s non-resident defendants be and resident of the State of Florida, I ;' '
L. Tallmrn of Dade County, Flor Cl..!::lv Circuit Court in. and for Hen- j they are hereby required to appearto whose place of business and post office : .;
ida, Ceo'ric J. Priebe of Kings Y
tinCounty Florida.
the bill of complaint in said cause address as particularly as is

County,M.State Spitler of, New Jamaica York, New Virginia (SEAL) (on or before Monday the 6 day of known to the affiant is Station G. R families in town are finding it more economical

: W. N. Henderson, I August, A. D. 1928; otherwise the allegations No. 3, Columbus, Ohio, and that thereis ,
: York, Mrs. Hannah S. Ryan, and
Solicitor for
complainant 1 of said bill will be takenas no person in the State of Florida,
of Dade ,
Thomas H. County
Ryan, State of Florida )
a service of subpoena whom
[ confessed by said defendant.It upon
Florida, and The Compass Corporation County of Hendry) is further ordered that this or- would bind the said defendant and I to have at least one big mea '.a day at the
Defendants. I '
t hereby certify, that the above and |der be published once a week for that the said defendant is over"th,<" II
.
Order of Publication.It foregoing is a true copy of the orig- four consecutive weeks in the Clew age of 21 years; that the Alfred
appearing by affidavit appendedto ilau order of publication made ins
Marsh
iston News, Properties, a corporation, has
the Bill in the ibne 'tec1 rn :'> "< 1 a newspaper published
: : '
cause and filed i In office
at
my ;
;'ji said Countyand State. no representative in the State of trgj l
.the Almar Realty Company, a rorpoi- laUclieFlorida, June 30 1928 Florida Watanabe.
service whom would
ation of 'the I Pone and ordered at LaBelle, Flor- upon
existing under the laws
William T. Hull
i this 30 June bind the said defendant, that the
State of Ohio, and Cedric J. Priehe Clerk Circuit Court. .? the day of. 1928.
Alfred
place of the
SEAL business of said
I(I ( ) .
of Kings County, No-/ 1'01'1ho o |June: 6It.. WILLIAM T. HULL- Marsh Properties Is Sherman Square s
place of business and residence Is to
.. your' unknown andY.irginia Clerk Circuit Court, in and for Heu- I Hotel Broadway and 70th St. New ,
complaintant
IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH dry County. Florida. York;:: City, New York;:: It Is therefore '
.r M. Spitler is a non-resident JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF State of Florida ) ordered that said non-resident defendants : 'WATANABE HOTEL
of the State of Florida and Is resident
a
.
t- FLORIDA IN AND FOR
HENDRY be and they are hereby required
.. County of Hendry) -
.. ,
of the State of New York, whose
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. to to the hill of complaint -
residence Is is' I hereby} certify, that the above and[ appear
as particularly as .
-- is of the original ) in said cause on) or before .
known, is Apt. (G-3 88-06, Parsons foregoing a true copy
Florida, ; Land and Timber Monday the 6th clay of August, A. D. '' -
Boulevard. Jamaica, New York, that Compnay, order of publication made in : MRS; CLAUDS DOWNS, Manager.
a corporation under the laws of 1928. othrewise the allegations of
tho place of business and Post Office said cause and filed in my office at
address is the same as is given afore- the State of Iowa, doing businessin LuBellp, Florida, June 30 1928. said bill will be taken: as confessedby :

the State of Florida, Complianant. William 'r, Hull said defendants.It .
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that there is no person in the State 01'-1
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of Florida
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CLEWISTON NE VS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 20 1923
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boy Dr. Talom testified that the 1 .. ./Zzj,tr C., r11J. .:. ., I IflJ
is still i t # car. Our work is guaranteed l, our labor skilled
condition of the Roberts boy \ii
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gave posting his verdict attorneys almost Judge immediately.The McGhee. (rl Ch ?11C1I. Zrl, I1ICtj. ( )(IJ hChJ. ,'. I

fight in which Roberts was
seriously wounded with a knife[ oc-, Machine shop, acetelyn welding, all' kinds of

cured on the night of July .4, in Cel-|:' # /' .q'Jl.l.2cY,9. YlffJrkJlCP5h';. e .;.IcPcP : automobile work. ,
otextown, following a discussion b("- '
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of the fight at the time,I I /!0J'ull I e PJ,. [%')lU'/-' .
Skates is said to have been knockedout
of the bungalow, and when this c
was repeated, Skates is said to hav: MOORE HAVEN SALES CO-
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drawn a knife and attacked Roberts.I WORDS are worthless for describing

A punctured lung is the most se.l... the amazing performance
rious wound according to the doctor.: ; of the new Portable Vic' I' FORD LINCOLN FORDSONOOOI3

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but the other five cuts are flesh )j say that its tones are rich
wounds. Roberts is still at the .Merchant : and deep, its volume as largeas ..-- -
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:which failed involved.with subsequent loss to'all :'I not only ,/ must see this greu i;.. .......'

persons service in the store but lie: instrument to real? jtavalue. '
The legislature later granted the; prompt FORT MYERl t
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county authority to issue new bonds ,1 I the of the 'n-l ay the latest Victor Rccd':'d-a: i iI iI Jk.T
tctalling $50,000 to complete the policy acquainting? I ....
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houses in an old wooden building and' Clewiston public with our offer I Dont. wait until. you happen to be in
the county attorneys' in filing their; THE
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answer, state that great harm would i ,
be the result of again halting the I / '
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CLEWISTONFURNITURE
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Ladies Aid First Year I values offered at-
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