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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 27, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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1 1.l As a result of statements made several weeks ago charging Hurd 1... Need Of Efficient

Banker DecidesTo Reeves, county tax ,assessor with increasing county taxes in LaBelle, The Three 8-hour Shifts AreUsed

.. BY Plant After Short Clewiston News" pointed out the absurdity of the comment but, to more V OrganizationBY
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i} Thru clearly emphasize the Inaccuracy, of the statement, valuations were stud WILLIAM CECIL OWEN

Inspection Trip led. The following _are a comparisons: Fire Chief In East End ; Detour

Sugar cane Cane Fields. The following are a few comparisons of valuations, in the, town of Passable.

,:>::...:.superintendent.' LaBelle for the year 1927.28, showing reduction; they were chosen. at The city of Clewiston has been extremely ,

: ., ." ',' > Following a three-hour inspection random and are not exceptional cases at all. fortunate In the lack of firesso

: : "" of sugar cane fields and the Th Q first item of the above, Central_ Heights, is in acreage for far. There have been only two fires Beginning of the construction of the

,.. 1.1.Foot. 1,500 ton a day sugar mill here, 1928, was a subdivision in 1927. in Clewiston since January 1, 192S': second stretch of the muck road from
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; .. 'Canc- C. Clewis, Tampa banker, after You will note the first column'' 'Is the', 1927 valuation as placed by one of these being the 'A. C. L. railroad Miami locks to Clewiston and speed.

:.;:',:" ': :. this town was named, announc the county assessor; the second column is for 1928 as placed by the engine parked: south of the ng up of the progress being madeon 'P3

'. ing of the his intention of planting; a 40-acre county assessor, (these values were set by the assessor and were not freight station.. As soon as the alarm

the ;aye of his property near Liberty changed by the Board), the third column shows the total reduction.rrhls' was turned' In, the response made by the first half of the road from the

work' in the to sugar cane.' P. O. J, varieties information was gotten from the books .which are public members of the Volunteer Fire de- locks to South Bay was reported to
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,I hO,, highest cane will be planted on the tract records In the, courthouse, by a representative of The Clewiston News partment as well as by ,other citizensof the; Clewiston News yesterday by of-

"I his cares : : conservative estimates place thp nnd can be verified by reference to the records In. the office of the the town was most gratifying. This ficials in the South Bay office. of

,.. :once and'height at more than $7,000. Circuit Clerk of Hendry; County. fire however, showed that a little bet- the Huffman I Construction .

: : from 14 to IS Expressing pleasure at the rapid The total valuation for the City of LaBelle for 1927$237645The ; ter and more completely organized companyA : j

t %gain this year of the. section :Mr.: total. valuation for the Cityof:,; LaBelle fOr' 1928- 129,250 effort would be necessary to_ fight afire dragline and a dredge have been I
'- conservatism of moved to the west side of the Miami
termed the shown '
I progress f i of larger proportions.The .
r. :. tons to the I 1 e as "great, wonderful.. Total',Reduction ', $108:2"50: !. other fire occured in Celotex-. canal and, work of building' the road
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::: i ilar to. this I "Brains :and: money," !said the Tam Name". Description. 1927 1928. Red.. ..'"-'. 1 town but no alarm. was 'turned_ in as from that point to Clewiston is now

r.,'.: 65.72 tons per banker, "will build a city any \.r. R. Doty Central" 'Heights "s-D.? :,320} 800 2," ox' three or four men happened to be on under way.Completion. t

t.-. r however will but here you have man addi j. R. Doty Doty-Haynes S-D 6,020 4,260 1,769, / '" ,:' .. hand, and forming a small bucket .

.,' returns on the advantages. am more than ''J. R. Doty Residence Blk. 44Blk. 560 :. 500., GO" .'. :;:;'.: ; brigade: extinguished it before it had of the. entire project, it

"r."..:"... -'"is dependent. !? d with the' progress you have' F.j Watts Hall 1 & 2 2',10j( 1,700 400 .::.:< >:, made much headway.The was. said, will depend, to a'great extent .

C, cane operations since my last visit i inFebru F. Watts 'Hall Store & P. O. 1,500 V 1,200 300 : ';;::> $: V very fortunate circumstancesof on the weather for .the next few

(0.: '. ; Sxre company so and every trip convinces: me fur A. E. 'HallCaldwell I 131k43 .'3,500 2,500 1,000. ,'. .o ,, .'" practically no fires show that the niontths and with favorable conditions,
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f, ': cdjie fields that this' place will, eventually! & Doty CourtHouse SoD 3,440 ;'2,SSO 560 ., t. i ":!. ; ;citizens: 'of'' the town are( very consid- the completed road 'will be finishedin

'.. ,for ,the the biggest city: in this section. of J. C. Jackman\: Rivervlew S-D "3'o20 '. 1,900 1,620'.....: :',/',::/. erate and careful.: However, the place that time.
V Adverse 'weather
l state." J.: N. Blount V Wash Hall Tract SOO 600 / 200'. .,." ...\..' is' growing and growing fast, mere conditions

r-'i' ,'.-1' At the lime of Mr. ,Clewis' visit Carl E. ,Royer:. 'f' '.-, Park' Place SoD : 1,140 $50' 290', :, <<,:;:.; people coming in, more buildings go- may delay completion, but con-

r : Investigation' in February foundation work Henry 'Ford '.,' .' II Everett. :; ,7JOO.o J' 6,000" 1/000 .-:,,' ,:\ :" :;'>' : ing up and consequently the dangers struction officials said that regardlessof

": sessment :under way at the mill site and !\\Ial'Y'.H. J Davis Tract in Howards Ad., 150 :.-50..; 100' ,-/ i ':.:' of having a fire are increasing each conditions, the completed road

f-':! black fields were beginning to "fc *' 'V- .. J .''-:. : *i'\\: :-- : ...:.-.-.:...- ,:, ':'- !pay. In, order to properly protect ourselves :- from South Bay to Clewiston will be

t'" Tax Assess- green with young cane. On his ;' .. 33,050 23.240: 9,810 ,'" \ .. ; against the hazard of fire, In'Ispartment
ment Figures- here over the' weekend he : : finished in time to handle tourist mo-
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,',;.:.. the great mill rising 100 feet ; responding, to the development of ,the tor travel this winter.Approximately .
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:: the county seat.:: giant boilers, ,"clarifiers and oth- --- ,town..- .; .f.-,:y.'. .-- ,1,200 feet-. of rock "

. a r.those- '. who lire sugar grinding machinery i install' LOCAL': LAUNDRffi; ..Tln e.:.pra lzi.!" department 's as per,' day is being .thrown.-on--- .the--rQad.. _.,
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ltIulatlon the"fields ?
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"f., :''.' message, : the. had grown. to a height'of 11 V : of the local Veteran's Club as a

.:"..J." "gation-' holds ON r'AR WITH BEST DANCE THURSDAY movement for the welfare of the con building machinery of the Huffman

.{-.just and less discussing the mill project munity. company has already worked its way

V'..a thorough W. G. Ames, Into South
consulting egg i- The time has when Bay. \
come it is necessary -
f; .;:-Conditions for the Southern Sugar com- Miss' Pleased Novelty Features Will to enlarge the Heavy rains have
>< Leydig>< ,working force tied up the, work
Y}: i and P. A. Poche, in charge of of, the department and a call is now
After Inspection Be Worked Out By considerably, The News was informed -
and operation., Mr. Clew- being made for additional volunteers
: .f.Miss Marian talked over cane possibilities with CommitteeWith I but to off-set this delay, three.
;;:.; \ Tour of State If at any time a fire alarm shouldbe i

;,:..'..:;. the' Clewis ton I Please turn to page 8 sounded, almost every man in I eight-hour shifts are now being worked -

,:: ,.!.>: ? : The Clewiston Steam Laundry is music to be furnished by the town would turn out and gladly of- on some of the road building ma

-'ir:'r':,.:(, Miss Leydig !' OF NEW operating on the same principle as Sebring Collegiates ,seven piece orchestra fer his .services and be willing to do chiller}'. .These shifts are being, worked -

Pleased- 1"A. the most '.modern laundries in other members of the Clewiston Please turn to page S I ci a seven-day week.

;?&r : sections of the state and while the Veteran's club will hold their semi Although several
miles of the new
( f"Jtda'? and. states FORDS QUICENED! !( Clewiston plant has less machinery' monthly dance at the Clewiston Inn COUNTY TO KEEP{ I road-surfaced road is now completedand

'>:'tfie bigger than some of the' bigger organizationsthe next Thursday: night, it was ,announced passable, officials of the con-

tt::, 11ent they are quality of work compares favorably yesterday. I struction company are discouraging

", -;" .< work' as is re Haven Sales Co. : with the best laundry work in Several novelty features are being ; ROADS REPAIRED travel until!, the completed road is

,: "!:;: ltss. Leydig is Makes ArrangementsFor the biggest cities of Florida. arranged and plans are under way' 1 open.

: Yl .est type of This was the encouraging report by; the entertainment committee to On the 'detours all bridges are in

,: (Hghtly revise Improvement brought back by Miss Marian Leydig, make it one of the most successful ,W. C. Hooker Arranges I and according to officials of the

tight be said president of the Clewiston Steam dances in the history of the Veteran's Huffman
New Fords will be delivered less For Truck and GraderTo company the muck road. is
laundries Are I Laundry, who returned Tuesday aft- organization. ,
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passable,
10 days after the order is placed, I except immediately after a
lYdig Will er a week-end tour of inspection in Guests are expected from Moore 1 Work Roads heavy rain. '
,'0'\ was announced this week by R. L. 1 .
.: which modern plants in Tampa, St. Haven and LaBelle.
of the Moore Hayen'Sales I Top surfacing will be put on the

Li fVa I? ,W who made this quick Petersburg and Lakeland were in The, bi-weekly dances habe been.: Primarily interested in the develop- road immediately, although officialsof

14 AV' C. Cle mss. possible, through a special de1iv-1 spected. sponsored by the Veteran's club for I ment of this new. section of Hendry the Huffman company did not say

Tampa after a ement with state Accompanied by Mrs. J. II.V Spicer, the past few months to ,afford entertainmeiit I county and in the maintenance of what the top surface would be.

1 .. I Miss Leydig made a thorough study for Clewiston residents, I good roads, County Commissioner W ,Completion of the road this fall

Clewlss Will Since the new model was ,announc- o'.' conditions in the larger laundriesof and although there has ben consid-. C. "Bill" Hooker, this week put a will reduce the driving time to West

South Florida, that she might in- erable expense connected with the truck and a grader on roads in the Palm Beach by at least two hours.
Plant Cane the Moore Haven Sales company .
II corporate new ideas successfully triedin dances, the veterans have been conducting Clewiston section.
been flooded with orders, and
'. other cities, into her'local business. the dances not for profit, but Acting on his own initiative, Cora
the new for almost ,
arrangement
'f. lev/is decision I J I New machinery was purchased for to develop social activities of Clew missioner Hooker appreciating the 11- oot Cane Gives "
delivery, volume of sales
r fjdence I in the local laundry and returning Tuesday iston and the surrounding country. need of keeping the roads in his district -

.'); t.on as a executed to show an even greater with Mrs. Zorah Owens of Lake- in repair, ordered the truck to Promise of Big CropWith '
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-:: land, Miss Leydig said
"The : Vets Are Dined work and will bring the matter be-
:' 'crations ot the new arrangement, said Mr.
"After an honest comparison, I
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'( : -L..1tI any found that while we have less mach- .ByMembers Manager their next meeting. sugar cane now eleven feet
.j of service.
1r.must have The situaton that has inery than some of the bigger plants, I The use of the equipment of considerable -I tall and with four more months of

Wrerest, the prospective Ford pur- we are operating In the same manner of the Clewiston Veter-! benefit to this section growth before the opening of the

f;.:round the town in the Moore Haven and ...1.8' the most progressive laundries of an's club were guests last night of I has met with the approval of local 192S-29 grinding season, .Clewiston
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,:: ed. Several territory has been a prob- South Florida. On the trip we purchased the Clewiston Inn at a chicken dInner residents, and at was explained that will boast again this year of. sixteen
...;this section, in virtually every section of the in and eighteen-foot
the Inn
some 'new machinery to keep dining room. with the roads In this section cared sugar cane.
:: : ,through the where people were quick to !I up with the growth of our businessin Following the delightful dinner a for, the equipment can be moved to The canes, the majority of whichare

when, he saw the superiority of the new Clewiston." social hour was enjoyed after which other sections of .the county as need of the P. O. J. varieties, are in

ounced his We have been continually work- business of the organization was discussed ed. I fine condition and every Indication

4(-acre tract. ; on the problem, and through our I I points to the fact that the conserva-: .
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PLUJlBINGNST\ ALLED
"i';.'. l lc is should arrangement with Jackson- The veterans have been getting together I 'tives estimates of a 40.ton per acre

.f;: t v/iston.. have arrived at the solution." IN NEW GAS STATION I at a dinner meeting once a, OFFICIALS PUZZLEDBY yield will be more than realized this

.. I All types of the new Ford-, incl d_ month to discuss, not only affairs of WILDCAT THEFT year. On this' basis sale of Ever
.... '' .I roadsters, Plumbing in the new filling station -
('. .1 V tourings, coupes, their own organization but matters I glades-grown sugar this year will total -l
J ) '" -J; Jo ; sedans and trucks under construction for S. R. Mysterious disappearance of one
Reports made are im- more than $2,000,000.
: i. pertaining to the development of
f.; I Connell on the Sugarland high- of the wildcats from the community
available
r&!?. \, Clewiston.: News under the new Clewiston, and the Invitation by the With tbe opening of the grindin]
( way near the railroad was installed zoo is puzzling local officials,
/:'', Clewiston Inn management was in I season due in four months, work '
(; 4( this week by the Armeson who from clues picked up, believe
Road Work recognition of their service to the I the construction of the 1,500 tor
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:: Plumbing company, it was announced that the cat was dragged from the
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GETS CARS community. day sugar mill is steadily progi
: Pushed- by James 'Armeson, pro cage, killed and carried'' off. The
: ing. Steel net-work rising 100 fe-
r:' prietor. The new g'as station point that Is puzzling officials is
,\, Purchase of two new Chevrolet au OBSERVATION TOWER MOVED the air is giving this communlt[
t : worked on will be modern in every detail, to name the person who had the
by the Southern Sugar the shores of Lake Okeecho'new :
:: push to with construction of hollow tile :; temerity to attack the beast in the
, } to be used in the plantation Dismantling! [ the observation skyline; and within the I
J and stucco. Associated with Mr" cage, and from hits of fur foundon
I was announced this week. tower near the Clewiston Inn wasJ giant boilers, pans and clarif
; work is now Connell in the business will be the ground they consider it
new Chevrolets will be used by started this week and the frame work| being installed. Approxiina':
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Of the Miami Captain H. Etherton Atlantic
R. Zell probable that the murderer might '
superintendent of the cane will be used as the base for a, water I 000 tons ot sugar cane will
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cording to the / Coast Line conductor. Gordon and even ''have worn a muzzle and let
; s and the. personnel of his de- tower in the negro. section it was I at the Clewiston mill d
for tourist mot :'" Heard are the contractors. the wildcat have first bite.
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LEGAL: NOTICE Rrcushaw. '' .
Reynolds, I. Henry Mag, Georgo I hereby certify that the above \ I / < :
Sauter and James Kaufman, Ida fciegoing is a true copy of the "
IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH. Bradshaw and husband, I. H. Brad inal order of publication made f
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF shaw Henry Alexander, Leonard Os- said cause and filled in my office .c' EME
David Weiusten, Sidney LaBelle, Florida, June 30 192S. : .
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY trow, and ,

COUNTY, IN ,CHANCERY........ W.therein Alderman and are, non-residents defendants: named of the j j;I William ClerIc T. Hull Circuit Court. :; : o UN' 1 ,

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State of Florida, that the place June 6 4t. '
Florida Land and Timber Company,, business and post office address of | ,
I a corporation under the laws of the said I. Zaret is Jamaica, L. I. 1
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business New York the address of S. J. :. '1 '.
; the State of Iowa, doing ; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE
In the State of Florida, Complainant Wcinsten is 233 Broadway, N. Y.; I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR j
; Bradshaw, I?
the 'address of Ida
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. '
Glouster County, N. J.; the ajldressj! I ibilities in Clewiston and keenly "aware :
VS of W. H. Reynolds and Arthur Reynolds i| .
Real Estate Holding Corporation, a is 302 Brook Bldg., Scranton Florida Land and Timber .. .. ,' :'
under laws of
existing under the a corporation the
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corporation Pa., the address of I. Henry Mag, State of Iowa, doing business' : .
of Florida, Bay- '
laws of the State in the l local field "
shore Investment Company, a cor- George Sauter and names Kaufman! the State of- Florida-, '. . ", we are ; .' ::
poration doing business in the is New Haven, Connecticut; the art VS '' J
State of Florida; I. Zaret whose dress of Ida Bradshaw and husband i: David Domroe and. Samuel Conlin, I"
residence is Jamacia, L. I. New I. "'H. Bradshaw is Glouster Count; Defendants to the of '
York;'' S. J. Weinsten, whose place N. J.; the address of Henry Alexan- ORDER OF PUBLICATION I announce opening our ? .. :
cf business is 233 Broadway, N. Y. der is Cleveland, Ohio the address II appearing by affidavit ". .' .
r I David Weinstein Ito the bill in the above state : !i'
State Development Company Leonard Ostrow and : '. "j' ,
Orange 'r ; '
existing under is 136 W. 32nd St., New York I that David Domroe and Samuel /" :' ,
: a corporation store Avenida Del Rio $;? 1
the laws of the State of Florida. City, N. Y.; the address of Sidney W. ''iin, defendants named therein I i on :.:?. ." r '.
New '''are non-residents of the State -i \ '
Street,
Miami 152 Temple
Florida, A. E. Bascom Alderman is
Miami, I'
Devel ,is known to Florida, that the place of t:
Florida, Orange State Haven, Connecticut as Iii'.:+ .
' Ocean Bay Acreage the affiant; that there is no person land post office address of the door : ...
Co., tote dry cleaning : '
opment ; .ffi '
I corporation existing in the State of Florida the servic'of !David Domroe and Samuel Colin es- :., .
Company, a I'is known the affiant is \ :
of the State of I the subpoena upon whom would. '
under the laws and that the'i[ Sullivan County, N. Y.; that ; f
Bradshaw, Glouster bInd the said defendants .
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Florida; I I .
is no person in the State of : ; ', .
i County, N. Y.; Zerat Realty Company above named defendants are over order the the service of the subpoena ;; i Is ment where we will ber< ;,.> : -: ,.. .-'
doing business of 21 ; it is therefore '
j a corporation age years whom would bind the said :
Florida W. H. Rey- ed said non-resident defendants be ,I : : :: .
! in the State of ; and that the above named : ; ;rfr .
nolds and Arthur Reynolds, 302 'and they are hereby required appear the of 21 it : : ;- ;, : : ,
! arc over age years; "
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Penn., bill of complaint in sail : 1.' / '
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Brook Building, Scranton 1'1 to : : \Q.
i therefore ordered said ; .
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Mag .
Henry defendants be and they hereb :
are : .
James Kaufman, New Haven, Connecticut day of August, A. D. 192S; otherwisethe I I required to appear to the bill of : : ; .: '
, ; Ida Bradshaw and her allegations of said bill will betaken plaint in said cause on or ,::: :: :: ,

: husband, I. H. Bradshaw, Glouster as confessed by said defend-I Monday the 6 day of, August, A. ); :
I County, New Jersey, M., E. Amos, ant. l'J28:! ; otherwise the allegations ; : 1 I I
Miami, Florida, Henry Alexander, It is further ordered that this order sairi bill .will 'be taken 'as : : FTgdxfr( ; .
, Cleveland, Ohio;; New Haven and I be published once a week for: by' defendant.It : : i 1--: :.... .'
. Miami Realty Company, a corporaItion four consecutive weeks in the Clew is further ordered that this : : { : ELECTRIC, REFRIGERATION .1' ) '. '-f.?,':, I
existing under the laws of the j iston News, a newspaper of genera: der be published once a week : ..
State of Florida, 'Miami, Florida circulation published in said Count:, four consecutive weeks in the : : ; : ', : J. v : ::: ;- : "
Leonard Ostrow and David Wein- and State. iston News, a newspaper ; : 1 ,. Sales and Service .; .'' '',.' ? ?; Lx-: .'
stein, 136 W. 32nd St., New York I, Done and ordered at LaBelle, Flor in said County and State. : ';: \:-; ,. "; ': ::'. ;,
City, N. Y., Sidney Alderman., 152 1 ida. this the 30 day of June, 1928.: Done and ordered at LaBelle FIe, : (
Temple Street, New Haven, Connecticut SEAL) Ida this the 30 day of June, 192S. '
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Defendants. I WILLIAM T. HULL SEAL) : S{ :: 'I carrying a complete. line of Electrical l. Fix-'c f;I:;:'. i;
ORDER OF PUBLICATION j jIt i Clerk Circuit Court, in and for I 1\
appearing by affidavit appended I Hen dry County, Florida. WILLIAM T. HULL I :::: :,T- ";j..
to the bill in' the above stated cause ;I State of Florida ) : .. :.
that I. Zarct, S. J. Weinsten, Ida' Clerk Circuit Court, in and for ; u lb s, Etc., we will also 1 bid on Electri- .$! ; :.] ;. !
dry County, Florida.: ; ,- <:j .'
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inal] of publication made in
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Mrs. Lawton Sims and daughters' rangements for the construction of a C. V. Parkinson of Moore Haven I i Cluro Luffer Qf Kissimmee, Mr and

.t : .Jane and Louise are spending several new store building on Francisco was a business visitor In Clewiston ;Mrs. C. Grenjean of Coral Gables H. '

;H BY THE WAY HAVE weeks at Weston, Ga. street and ugarland highway.B. .
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Philbrook. G. B. How-
and Mrs. Dave Alston spent. C. Foxworthy and Mr. Westrickof H., L. Delaney, county commissioner
YOU HEARD THAT Fort Myers spent several hours ; ell and T. J. Hanlon of Tampa, Miss
I : Wednesday in Fort Myers. : from LaBelle was in Clewiston dn
'Ij' here Tuesday In a business confer-t Edity Ludekens of West Palm Beoch,
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few weeks left last week for Grand agent for Mrs. Anna Hopkins builder
\ score for the women and Jim Beards- and Mrs. Edison C. Speer'were. Sun- Sales company was In Clewiston
''Chain Ill. where he will spent aI of the Hopkins stores and apartments.
.,_. Ily for the men Saturday night when. day afternoon guests at the home of 1 with in Civic Center. Tuesday i
J month his parents. ; James L. Nicholson Hendry county
:;r'.: C" :Mr. and Mrs. R. J". Simpson entertained -I !Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. NcSmlth on'Cres-, --- i ii '
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weekend in Miami. LaBelle company were
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: :. at their home on Arcade avenue I!; ivere dinner guests Monday night at spent a day in Canal Point on busi "
in Clewiston businessMr.
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:Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Alston are spend- '
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'. Among those present were Mr. and Ing a months vacation at Kimbrough, .. Kenneth Alston of Belle Glade wasa owners of the B & B chain ,.

.. r" Mrs. Ira L. NeSmith. .1\11'. and :Mrs. Ga. Before returning to Clewiston business. visitor in Clewiston. stores were in Wednesday. and Mrs Joe Godfrey returned
: Dr. H. .T. Summa left Tuesday for I I I I
William Cecil Owen, Mr. and Mrs. R.i they will visit Mrs. Alston's parents., a short business visit to West Palm Iyesterday I I : from a month's vacationin

:.: ._ 1". Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Dick C. In New Orleans. J!; Beach. Miss Bonclle Stone, popular member .! Mack1/ Sennett spent the day with Georgia and North Carolina. Mr.
: f r.; :..'" Miller, Charles A. Jackson, Mrs. I of Clewiston's younger set returned -' Mrs. Sennett in Avon Park last Sun Godfrey is master mechanic for theI

; : ; Downs," Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, -.--- !!I -:-- this week'' from Palm Beach day. I. Clewiston company, Inc., and Mrs.
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Roy Alston left Saturday evening ;' Morgan" spent tho weekend where she spent the past few weeks Godfrey is connected with the Clew

:4. Mrs. Dave Alston returned Sunday on a motor tour to North Carolina.En I I In Fort Meade, on a vacation. Among recent guests at the Clew- iston Supply company. For their local -

from Columbus Georgia, where she route he will visit relatives at ;. -- iston Inn were II. D. Ennis of Tam- Georgian friends, they brought
spent the past month with her par- ?1i. Blate of Lakeland spent two F. Williamson was in Miami on pa, C. F. Schooear of the same city: back: a 60 pound watermelon from
Weston, Ga. days In Clewiston business .
;:; ents. completing ar- Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Luffer and Mc- Vienna, Ga.
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CLEf VIS TON NEWS, CLEf VIS TON FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY j
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Entered ab second class matter February 8, 1928, at the post officeat ./; ':'

Clewiston' Fla., under the Act of Maich i 3, 1879. BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON I all its nakedness. He saw himself I
Copyright! 1928, Doubeday Doran & 5I
.LOUIS A. MORGAN .' . Publisher. Company I perhaps for the first time in his life, i'I
for what he really had become, a "

TOM SMITH . . . . .. . Editor. WHAT HAS GONE,, BEFORE. money worshipping? luxury loving', I : DANE

power-seeking whited sepulchre.
Subscription, Rates Carol Dare New York socity girl : i .
By the time the butler arrivecTDr.Writhing .
Florida to Beverly Weeks, scion of
By mail in engaged
By mail outside! of. Florida I i in self-abasement, icaliz-
$2.60 One :year $200 a wealthy family consults an orientalto I
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One year : 1.00 I ing his despicable cowardice, yet not -: .
Six months '- 1.50 Six months I learn whether she will be 'happy
1.25 Three months ..75NEWS' daring not to be a coward, he spent 1
Three months and Is told to. "Wait. On the way

!home sJ'ie': is rescued from the path of hours on his knees wrestling with / .
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automobile "himself. He dared not pray. The God .
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an approaching by : ."" ;
water tiansportation. ;
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with and Alan 'Mason in whom she later con that he 'SO long had pretended to :
completion of the highways for local transportation he dared call on now for '
2. Early serve .not.
fides when her father, Banker DareIs I
'aid. The shining edifice that he so THURSDAY NIGHT
concentration of products. I ,
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arrested on a charge: of embezzlement 1
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and trumped up .by Prosper Stronga painstakingly had reared had been ?

ot her products of this region to the northern markets. \ business rival. On going to see herfather : demolished at a single blow, and
ftwl functioning of a cooperative marketing association for' amid its fragments lie lay groveling
4. The in the Tombs prison, Carol as-
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both buying and selling purposes. sists in the escape of Benny Berg- helplessly.Her ''', :
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27 1928 with' Dr. Triggs, pastor of a wealthy Carol in a much better mood. His '. > ; ; ::
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that he framed Banker Dare. Benny I spired her with new courage, and, : : : :: ,

HOUSE ,TO HOUSE SALESMANSHIP later forces entry to the pastor's library for the first time in days, she beganto '. ... .' !
view life with a more cheerful 1 as- -AUGUST ... .:2'd' .
and tries to get the minister to I .. '
One of the problems attendant upon prosperity is the evil of house-to- tell the facts of the, case. pect. After he had gone she, sat fora I ... ', :, ;. ': :
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community in the entire'state we are faced with,this condition.most to the conclusion that most of them .L;.. I.

prosperous salesman or rather canvassers hold forth to housewives. offerings trying"Who! hard are you to?" gasped recover Dr.both Triggs his,' were exceedingly wise and practical.At : ,' ,: 4.
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which en the face of the proposition cannot be bettered ,or even breath and his composure. self left to her own resources she :';:, ; : ; : : I '
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article! whether it be a suit of. clothes or table linen or maybe some piece goods. tnnn: that was with :you"that afternoon fortuitous acquaintance, she was surprised I
in old Strong's office.
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hous and after day of fast to find what / resources she In
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The performance is repeated at "What caiv I do for you?" asked had within herself.It I

,working the canvasser mails in his l orders, if he be one of the honest type, I Dr. Triggs, nervously, with his eyes seemed to her..as if hitherto she
still on the revolver
and he is off to then ext town for more business.If "Nothing-nothing for me. It'sfor had merely been dreaming, a pleas- :
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the purchaser do receive the goods, they find on thorough examina' the other guy-that girl's father." dream,comfortable, wholly useless* ,. ,
and ,now, awakened to realityby .r
lion that they could have done equally as well in dealing with a local merchant. "I don't understand," stammeredthe a terrible shock, she had found SEBRING 'O.RCHESTRAJ

the that is too bad. clergyman-though all. too well herself flung without warning into "
If the goods are not as represented by .canvasser- he understood now. I
life, facing the prospect of a thou : JL.;,;, <>.:.'i:, ..: ;:" ::. f ; .' .. ,
These canvassers do nothing to build the town, nothing to help com- "Look here,'* said Benny earnestly, sand : f : :: ::" ; :. : :;. .; ,!: :: :
and
activities, somewhat to heron ,.' .
punity development, nothing to increase present prosperity, but merely select "you; and me in some way happenedto amazement, looking fordward to .. c, '"
t 'hit that same plant that afternoon : o :
doing them
likely communities to do a prosperous day's business. I utted in there ducking a' flying almost cherfully. : <
Reviewing the troubles, that she ; ?
Oneisiting salesman last week boasted of having signed up in one day, cop. You butted in there, probably had so dolefully. recited to her caller, ;:it :
collecting: some dough. In that big in the :
new light on them that he had .
$245. ,
orders
totalling --
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chair lost ADMISSION 'e' :- $2OO : ;
you .lamps.

Interest in his activities. encouraged questioning which brought out the I "When you come your to, "you was hearing given so alarming her, they, and did she not resolutely seem nearly de- ". '...' .:."., ;.;'\\;?.i\\. ', .'. :: \ '
his 'we're 50 cents for lunch, 15 cents for I something we wasn't meant to termined to set 'J/' < ;"..,:\: I.L ro
fact that of the $245 expenses about at once disposing ,
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hear, something nobody was meant of them. ,'- '
cigarettes, and $1.30 for gasoline for his car. Briefly the salesman took. to hear. Now then, if we keep our : : : ' .I
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$245 from Clewiston in return for $1.95 and some fast talking. traps shut about old Strong, what I I (Continued next week; .l': ,', -.. ...' "' : J
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happens, The, girl's father gets, his. ) I -' -
Clewiston merchants progressive and withstand legitimate competition -
are can ,
With Strong guilty and him innocent. ,. '. ..' ,
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!. but it is an up-hill fight to battle in, such a one-sided fight.', he goes up the river for ten or fif- -- \ .J '" r ... /I

Bnt even to forget any sense of duty toward the local merchant, or teen years., ; ,:'":\.'

"One ,of us has got toy talk quick ...' ,- ... '. ,' ,'. :
toward, developing the community, it seems like poor business to buy sight and' loud' to save' him.. I' can't": 'aso it's 'r.-i'x,>< 't 1-, .: ..."'' '' ." '<" .. ." .. ; : .., .'' "

and this is exactly what happens in most when trading, with up to you." ::1. :
unseen, cases 5, t t. !' : ,. ". = :
"''I won't," snapped Dr. Triggs with ; T 1 .
the canvasser., notwithstanding the omnipresence of the bulky sample case. F ,'i\ T ir'
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amazing firmness. This business of
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having his path, in morals marked out

THE ART OF ADVERTISING for him with a revolver struck him

as eminently Improper and unfit. Hewouldlet

"Ruydard Kipling wrote a. friend on this side to send him some American no underfed burglar distateto Such Approval :: ', '" 4s 1:.r). ':
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magazines.Vhen they arrived, Mr. Kipling found the advertisementshad him. t .j ... ";' : : :J{ : : ? :

been torn out, presumably to save postage. He immediately wrote his cried"The Benny hell :,you his won't.voice You've shrilling got with to" l Must Be Deserved] < :! ::": .':.i 'iJ2": : '"'{ :. < \ : '

friend he had omitted the most interesting part," says Thorwell Haynes, intensity. "You: ain't dog enough to '. \\-1- .. .' J". .
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stand by and see an innocent man
writing on advertising in the Manufacturers Record
I railroaded. I'd tell myself, but I can't., .' .
I Mr. Haynes points out the remote and, dignified lineage of the word rID a coward. If I get up :and made a

"advertise." It is descended from the great family of exclamations which I'm a coward. If I get up and make a More than $50,000; in remodelling and new construction, '

have come. down to us through the ages. Its meaning comes from the two .squeal the cops will nab me again. :. .
"They'll land me in the 'pen. I can't .: work has been handled by our organization during the '. /
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Latin. words: Ad. "to/' and vertere, "to turn the' mind. face it. I can't, go through that again.I ., '.i' ,. .0

On the value of advertising, Mr. Haynes observes: just ain't, got the nerve. I'm ,a cow- .' .,'
few months.
ard, I tell you. It wouldn't do no good past : Y: "' i : '.
':: : "Suppose we remove this salt this advertising from all literature. We
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if
J did. I've done time.
My testimonywould "

would no longer know who published our books, no longer know the\ habitsof 'be no good against Strong. It's : L;; :> ;;" '. E 'tl' j t ,
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different with : ; ; .
I've got / "
Socrates who spoke, before his time, ''such astounding truth and reason. ber. You're you. your num ,I' .,' ,, ".'.. .1... Low Overhead ". ... v..1. ,
the Rev. Dr. Horace 1.-- '
For knowing where.to obtain these books, and the price for them, the knowing Triggs of St. Esther's. ..:. ?i<; .; : .. \: < ,:!: '

that Socrates walked and talked in the groves of .Athens-these are all "They'll believe you. I piped ,your : :;: :

fat:: old face in the papers after I see ;
: advertisements, the salt that makes all krfowledge savory! Without them, no -
>"on that day down town. You'r the 0# '. ,.

magazine could pay its board and lodging; there would be nothing to pay pMlanthiopic clergyman that's build ., has, enabled '.us to give)the: ';'client 1 the benefit o'f this economy '.

authors to produce good literature, and Poes and Richardsons and Goldsmiths of ing a a home philanthropist for working you: girls are-if a hell you .,", .. -; .' :- '., '{ : : 1i ";r;' :.,.t' >.,:.,..''..,. ', ; .".,;', .' ;",...,.' '. .../o':..;,: ., .' .:. ':, .., { ;:.
would'again live in fi '"'c., ,: ; ''.'' '' l'1' < ," .-,
garrets. Certainly, no slight credit should be given won't try to' save an innocent mar and ....'

papers. Had we to pay our rata share toward issuing from jail." ; : .,. .. :
pro a morning paper, .;
advertisements for the quality and nominal cost of magazines and "My dear fellow," began Dr. Triggs, : :: .:s-r; -' : 'S :i:
of would our news- in. ,the pacifying accents one mightuse :: > ; i : + f : jfJi; :'

many us go without news, the newsboy would be without job, toward an irritated terrier- : ,

not to speak of the thousands who made the paper ready to be thrown at "Can that" interrupted 'Benny im ;: EFFICIENCY .

door, and, incidentally and I politely. "Honey's wasted on me. i,; ,, ,llfl": i'. .. :; t : : .' j
your ;
would i' 'ft
miss
you more pleasure information Drop that me-and-God attitude of ..' '.. .' -".;".>.. ,. :1".,. ", ..' : ttg." ,.- .. 'r >, ;, .
inspiration and entertainment than we could possibly. begin to realize." yours and let the man in you get '.' ;- ; : /.j.+.:.:'r:.'..... ; ,, /;" ':' '/ "' t.j. ,, : : .. '
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busy. Think, what's going to happenif ", ..'
you don't speak up." A man-a nice, '

Tell i the world about our completed drainage decent man with a daughter,. a game: throughout our organization has resulted in our every ..

system. gritty daughter, is going to be rail- .


And now another new home for Clewiston to be built by an Indiana roaded."They'll send him, to a_ living hell .client. J,.being. thoroughly satisfied with our ''workmanship _" ,

unless you stop him. I tell you it is I I. \
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couple. We always did have lots of I'' V .
for
respect the business, acumen. of residents hell. just plain hell. I've had it. I i ,: Before awarding next -. JtI
of that state. .r -. know." ;;!i", '," your contract .; 0:. \

-. ./ .. .. '!. : Vainly Dr. strove' for words : ; J: : '" : ;
Triggs :
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with which to confute his caller, but II" <" .. (! *
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goes over Niagara in rubber ball.-Newspaper headline. Isn't they would not come. The pictureD : I "r ',(1 <;. '. -- .
uup was conjuring of the fatt : ., '''.--:. ': : "" ''' .. < .
up .
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it inspiring to see what : ; -
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to great lengths these : .
will : :
for the :
great men go to of Carol Dare's lather alarmed ami {
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advancement of civilization v ,- \ : ':;
Jf. : '- ', '.'; terrified him. ;

_vas. r" ... ... .j _. _....:.. I. \ 1 Triggs had sufficiently recovered his '} n "B" 'h' '
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self-possession to say rot .t 1
The Times-Union paragrapher also tells of a Key West citizen: own- "It was nothing, Thomas. He pressed :: row ers.. : .

ing a pigeon with three, legs and remarks that possibly it's a street bird made the bell by accident, but since you ;T< (1

for hopping out of the way qf automobiles. Now if that fellow find are hero you may close the window." : ':' ." "A Pioneer 'i"; ..
can" Feeling certain he had heard { Community's Pioneers" / 4
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the system and work it on chickens, his fortune will be made ,voices the butler ccuriously c r. -' }
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about, but seeing no one, closed the '. \ .

We often hear the expression, "He hasn't a thimbleful of brain," Anan \\ndow! and tvithdiew., and, as soon, Clewiston I FloridaP .
hasn't athe': was alone, Dr. Triggs threw -, ,
enough brains to see with the naked eye, yet it M the smartest insect himself his kne in agony of t" '
on s an ___ .
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living.-Jacksonville Times-Union.. Right! 'The pOI..nt"t 0 make the J self-abasement. 'J ---- u ._. ._ .,____ '_, __.__ ,

best of what you've got. God help him he vas a \'vcowhrd, a'eaklnr' y.j r

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'I 2b 27, 1928 CLEWISTON NEWS, CLEWISTON FLORIDA. Page Five


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I' would bind the said defendants and IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH is ton News, a -newspaper published State of Florida )

j'; LEGAL NOTICES that the said defendants, Ccdirc J. ORDER OF PUBLICATION I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF 'iI said County and State. "" -' County of Hendry)

Priebe Is over the age of 21 years, Ir appearing by affidavit appendedto I' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY Done and ordoredyat LaBelle, Flor- I hereby certify, that the above and

{ ; IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH.' and Virginia M. Spitler is over the the bill in the above state cause I COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. ,d.n, this the- 30 day of June, 192S. ,I foregoing is a true copy of the original
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE age of 21 years, and the Almar Realty thai Harry Matz, defendant named order! of publication made in
FLORIDA, IN AN D' FOR HENDRY Company is a corporation havingno therein and is a non-resident of th2 I Florida Land and Timber 'Company, (SEAL) ;said: cause and filed in 'm}" office at

4 COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. representative in Florida service Slate of Florida, that the place of I a corporation under the laws of *hJI WILLIAM T. HULL LaBelle, Florida, June 30 1928.

.----- upon whom would bind the said defendant business and post office address o I State of Iowa, Complainant, ,. Clerk Circuit Court, in and for Heny William T. Hull
.,
Florida! Land and Timber Company, ,- it Is ,therefore ordered that the said Harry Matz, as particularly II,I VS ( County, Florida. Clerk Circuit Court.

a corporation existing under the said non-resident defendants be and as is known to the affiant is 117' I I Ernest G. Day, Defendant.

'!.,4. laws of the State of Iowa, and do.. they are hereby: required to appearto Drcadway, New York, that there Is ,I, ORDER OF ,PUBLICATION .

ing business in the State of Flor- the bill of complaint in said causeon no person In the State of Florida, the |, It appearing by affidavit appended "f'n- .., .-=--- .
ida, Compfainant. or before Monday the 6th day ot service of the subpoena upon whom ,Ito the bill in the above stated cause j -"-'""- gsaa -"'N.ord\-'t\1"R- :\' ;"'-.ill.<.u..! .
VS August A. D. 192S:! otherwise the al- would bind the said defendant and I that Ernest G. Day, defendant named 1

Annette Brandel Soter and E. Soter, Jegations of said bill will be taken as that the above named defendant : therein and Is non-resident of the : ,

her husband, Defendants. confessed by said defendants.It o\ el the age of :21 years; it is therefore -I State of Florida" that the place of j-( I FARM ACREAGE '

ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt is further ordered that this or- ordered said nonresident da- business! and Post Office address uf g! '

appearing by affidavit appended acr be published once a week for fendant be and he is hereby required the said Ernest G. Day as particular i,(< .

to the bill in the above state cause four consecutive weeks in the Clew to appear to the bill of complaintin Iv as Is known to the affiant is Boise I .
that Annette Brandel Soter and E. iston News, a newspaper publishedin said cause on or before :Monday City State of Idaho; that there i is

Soter, her husband, defendants namcd said County and State. tho 6 day of August, A. D. 192S; oth-I no pcr"on: in the State of Florida thetCl".icc | I -Adjacent To-
erwise the allegations of said !
therein and are non-residents of Done and ordered at LaBelle, Florida of the subpoena upon whon j>;
Ihe State of Florida, that the place this the 30 day of June, 192S. will be taken as confessed by sr' \voulvl bind the said Defendant and I

of business and post office address WILLIAM T. HULL defendant.It that the above named defendant ismer $ojl CLEWISTONSUGARLAND-
is further ordered that this
-
of the said Annette Brandel Soter (SEAL) order the age of 21 years; it is there- |/a IJ
'' f' and E. Soter, her husband, as particularly Clerk Circuit Court in and for Hen- be published once a week fog fere ordered, said non-resident de- .

as' is known to the affiantis dry County, Florida. fcur i&tou consecutive News, a newspaper weeks in the publish Clew fendant be and he is hereby requiredto I ; HIGHWAY A Y
81 Bay 23th St., Brooklyn, Kings State of Florida )
in said County and State. appear to the bill of complaint in
there Is no person
N. Y. that
g County, ; County of Hendry)
Florida the service Done and ordered at LaBelle Flo- said cause on or before :Monday the
in the State of the above and .
that
I hereby certify Ida LAKE OKEECHOBEE
this the 30 day of June, 1928
( of the subpoena upon whom would foregoing is a true copy of the original (SEAL) 6 day August, A. D. 1928 otherwisethe

bind the said defendant and that the order of publication made in WILLIAM\ T. HULL allegations of said bill will be '

above named defendants are over the said cause and filed In my office at Clerk Circuit Court in and for Her. taken confessed said defend- '
as by ;
age of 21 :years; it is therefore: ordered ha Belle, Florida, June 30, 1928. dry; County, Florida. : lOtto} 500 Acre Tracts
said: non-residents be and they William T. Hull ant. It is furthere ordered that this '. '
State
of Florida ) \ .
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are hereby required to appeal to the Clerk Circuit Court. County of 'Hend .) older be published once a week for '. I

hill of complaint_ .in ai.c!"-.,..<;, "n _o\ I hereby certify, that the above ant four consecutive weeks in the Clew, -;'..' $50 to Z 00perac .
da- \ ; l I .
tlleJ
before Monday : .' IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH foregoing is a true and correct copy Iston News, a newspaper published c .
A. D. 192SJ; otherwise' tha:: > JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE P* of the original order of I re't
publlcatio j
of said bill will be taken a:, 'J Messed in said County, and State. c ...
I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY made in said cause and filed in nr '
by said defendant. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. !office at LaBelle, Florida, June 3( Done and ordered in' LaBelle, Florc c \ "r
II is further ordered that this oriki 1P2S.! ida this. the 30 day of June, A. D.

-t be published once a week to Florida Land and Timber Companya William T. Hull 1928. c

four consecutive weeks in the Clew under the laws of Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry Co:' WILLIAM T. HULL JIM ItEARDSLEYv
corporation '
iston News, a newspaper publisher( business l)'. Fla. ; Clerk Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
the State of Iowa, doing I
and State. June 6, 4-t dry County, Florida.
in said County :
in the State of Florida, I p.J
W. N. Htfhderson
Done and ordered at LaBelle, Florida ,
30 of June, 1928., Complainant;, Solicitor for Complainant. :
i this the day IN CIRCUIT COURT
VS TWELFTH
8
: State of Florida ) ;
(SEALWILLIAM T. HULL Stanley Colter and Ethel M. Colter, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE or County of Hendry ) ? l:2:
his:: wife, Defendants. ". '! FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
I
that and
Clerk: Circuit Court in and for Hen- COUNTY hereby certify, the above
r IN '
ORDER OF PUBLICATION CHANCERY.
V
foregoing is a true of the 'oribinal
Florida. copy;
County, .
r dry It appearing by affidavit appendedto -
order of 'publication made in said
Florida ) I 0
State of the bill in the above state cause Floridaid: : I
( : and T'fVjv" r "f muse: and filed in my office at L? \
County of Hendry) and Ethel :M. Col- .'. .., .
that the above that Stanley Colter *ion und r th' I. '",:-. F'! 'rida. June 30, 1928. I
fJ I hereby certify, of th. ter, his wife, defendants name1; of Iowa doing husin.*?'.; ,' ;:.-!-.. T. Hull '
is true
and foregoing a copy therein and non-residents of *:*'. State "., i Service I )
made h, are ;; Ie of Florida, Complainar. : !-k Circuit Court. City
order of publication .
oiirinal State of Florida, that the place -' .: : VS ....... '.. .. ,
and filed in my office a:
said LaBelle cause, Florida, June 30 1928. the sad! Stanley Colter and Ethel M. E. J. Coleman, Defendant. IN CIKCUiV: ':OURT, TWEIFTH ; '

II William T. Hull business and post office' address of JUDICIAL CI .CUIT, STATE OF iZ Our well equipped service truck 1 i
;
Court. Colter, l his wife, as particularly as FLORIDA
Clerk Circuit IN AND FOR HENDRY ; .
is known to the affiant is 331 Cas- ORDER OF COUNTY I ,
PUBLICATION IN CHANCERY. I
-- --TWELFTH sails Avenue, Bronxville, N. Y.; that appearing by affidavit appended'' : !!;tl-.; means: more economical work with : I
IN CIRCUIT COURT, there is in the State of
no person to the bill in the .
above I .
state :
cause i
CIRCUIT, STATE or Florida Land and imber i
JUDICIAL FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY I upon Florida whom the would service bind of the the;subpoena said defendant that therein E. J.and Coleman is defendant name( a corporation under the' laws Company.of the i ;: our clients .getting the benefit. \ ;
a non-resideJnt of the : :
I
CHANCERY. State of Iowa, business i''
doing
;COUNTY, IN and that the above named _
Slate of .
Florida
that the place o' the State vof Florida, Complainant.VS : : -
Florida Land and Timber Company, defendants are over the age of 21 business and post office address of When a representative of our organization .!

a corporation under the laws' of years; it is therefore ordered said the said E. J. Coleman as particularly J. Gorse Simmons and V/ife, Minr.i': : I II
: the: State of Iowa, doing businessin non-resident defendants be and they as is known to the affiant is I -" arrives job h is fully I
: : on a e
Simmons and Rose Simmons Defendants
are hereby] required to appear to the US ;, l
Stinard I
Complainant Ave
the State of Florida, Syracuse: N.1".; :,; : i
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bill; of complaint in said cause on or that there is ; ,
no in the State'or
person
VS before Monday the 6 day of August, Florida the service of the sub ORDER OF UBLICATION equipped to complete the work in the
A. 'D. 1928. otherwise the allegations It appearing by affidavit appened- J. I
and Real whom
"<* Martha R. French, widow, poena upon would bind tha ;
bill'will ed 'to the bill in the above stated!
of said
be taken as confessed -
Estate 'Holding Corporation, said defendant and that the above \ ;. ) .' shortest possible time.
; by said defendant. med cause that J. Gorse Simmons and r : :, :
r.& defendant is
the
over of i
Defendants.ORDER OF PUBLICATION I It is further ordered that this order 25 years; it is therefore ordered age said wife, :Minnie Simmons, and Rose 1 .f- '. I

It appearing by 'affidavit appendedto be published once a week for noc-resident defendant be and he i i"! Simmons, defendants named therein I : trackof
the bill in the above' stated cause four consecutive weeks in the Clew- hereby required to appear to the K and- -are- non-residents of the State o.: i- "..\ > Every time you see the service I
iston News, a newspaperpublished Florida, that the place of business an/
widow, defendant of complaint in said
that Marth R. French cause on or .
named therein and is a nonresident in said County and State. fcrc Monday the 6 day of August, be-I post office address of the said J. : /1 :,: the Clewiston Plumbing company I It

Florida that Done and ordered at LaBelle, Flor- D 1928; otherwise the Gorse Simmons and wife, Minnie
State of allegations
of the
of
the residence of Martha R. French ida this the 30 day of June, 1928. of said bill will be taken as ,confessed I: Simmons and Rose Simmons, as ic t t:- ;" :: remember) 'that it is representative I

.
,....r' ) is known to the affiant Is Hotel (SEAL) by said defendant. It is fuither-or- known to the affiant is Syracuse. -'_',_
as well
Mchawk, Brooklyn, Kings County, WILLIAM: T. HULL dered that this order be published Onondaga County, New York; that : : : an efficient company qualified to I

+ Nw York; that there is no person Clerk Circuit Court, in and for Hen- once a week for four consecutiv' there is no person in the State of I solve plumb- i.

in the State of Florida the service dry County, Florida. weeks in the Clewiston News, a newspaper Florida the service of the ,subpoenaupon your I

t of the subpoena upon whom would State of Florida ) published in said County am' whom would- bind the said defendant I V Arrne Service" ing problems. '
State. and that the above named
Lind the said defendant and that the County of Hendry) I'
above named defendant is over In I hereby certify, that the above and Done and ordered in LaBelle, Flro defendants are over the age of 2" .

age of 21 years; it is therefore ordered foregoing is a true copy of the original id2'S this the 30 day of June, A. )r years; it is therefore ordered said means I

\, said non-resident defendant be ) order of publication .made in non-resident defendants be and the;

and she is hereby required to appear said cause and filed in my office at (SEAL) arc hereby required to appear to th Elimination of Doubt I II

J.'f'I' to the bill (complaint in said causeon LaBelle, Florida, June 30 1928.. WILLIAM T. HULL bill of complaint in said cause on or '. -.
before Monday the 6th day oj William"T. Hull Clerk Circuit Corut in and for Hen- before Monday the 6 day of August ; :; :
.
or I ;,. .
A. D. 1928. -
dry otherwise the
County, Florida allegation?
August, A. D. 1928. otherwise the allegations Clerk Circuit Court.
I June 6 W. N. Henderson of said bill will be taken as confessef7
of said bill 'will 'be takenas 4t: I defendant. '
said
said Solicitor for complainant. by
confessed defendant.
by
: State of Florida It is further ordered that this order -
It is further ordered that this or- IN CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTH ) t I
,
II I[ County of Hendry) be published once a week fo CLEWISTON PLUMBINGCOMPANY
del be published once a week for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF : 1
I hereby certify, that the I four consecutive weeks in the Clew- ,,': '
weeks in the Clew- above and
four consecutive FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY :
iston News .
foregoing Is a publishedIn
a true newspaper "
News of general COUNTY IN CHANCERY. copy of the or igfnal
iston a newspaper: said County and State. :
Inc.
circulation published in said County order of publication made i in said .
Done and 'ordered at LaBelle Florida I Il
: cause and
and State. Florida Land and Timber Company, filed in my office at, La this the 30 day of June, 1928. :
Done and ordered at LaBelle, Flor a corporation under the laws of the Belle, Florida, June 30 1928. (SEAL) t JAMES W. ARMESON Prop. I II
'
ida, this the 30 day of June, 1928. State of Iowa, doing business in William T. Hull WILLIAM T. HULL I ,

(SEAL) the State of Florida, Complainant, Clerk Circuit Court Clerk Circuit''' Court, in .and for Hen-
WILLIAM T. HULL VS June 6 4t. dry County, Florida.

Clerk Circuit Court in and for Hen- W. H. McAlpine and Bessie Topping, State of Florida ) .

dry County, Florida.. Real Estate Holding Corporation, IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH County of Hendry) :I & 1

State of Florida ) Defendants. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OP I '''I hereby certify that the above and

County of Hendry) I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY foregoing is a true copy of original

I hereby certify that the above and appearing by affidavit appendedto COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. order of' publication made in' said

foregoing is a true copy of the original the bill i in the above stated cause novce and filed In my office at LP '

order of publication made in that W. H. McAlpine' and Bessie Florida Land and Timber Company, Belle, Florida, June 30, 1928.' .
r said cause and filed in my office at Topping, defendants named therein a corporation under the laws of William T. Hull I BUYING POWER

I LaBelle. Florida, June 30, 192S. and are non-residents of the Stateof the State of Iowa, doing business Clerk 'Circuit Court '
William T. Hull in the State July 6, 4-tIN
Clerk Circuit Court. Florida, that the place of businessand of Florida, . .
f! post office address of the said Complainant. .t.

I i W. H. McAlpine and Bessie Topping VS
I IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH gas i is known to the affiant is Stanford Melpo Chtsaros and her Husband CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH "

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE I i. N. Y.; that there is no person Constantine Chtsaros, Defendants.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF -

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY .In the State of Florida the service ORDER OF PUBLICATION FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY

COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. of the subpoena upon whom would 1 COUNTY, IN CHANCERY._
bind the said defendants and that the I
and Timber Company, Buying Power applies to the management
Florida Land above named defendants are over the ; It appearing by affidavit appended .
a corporation under the laws of age of 21 years; it is therefore ordered I I to the bill in the above stated cause Florida >Land and Timber Company, ,

the State of Iowa, doing businessin that said non-resident defendants that Melpo Chtsaros and husband, a corporation existing' under the

the State of Florida, Complainant be and they are hereby requiredto Constantine Chtsaros, defendants laws of the State Qf Iowa and doing .

appear to the bill of complaint named therein and are non-residents business in the State of Flor- of a dining room as well as to other lines.. of
A VS bald cause on or before Monday the of the State of Florida, that the place ida, Complainant,
? ,, Florida International Realty Company 6th day: of August, A. D. 1928. other- business and post office address VS

7 a corporation existing under wife the allegations of said bill will of said Melpo Chtsaros and husband, W. I. Lawrence, a single man, and .
the laws of the State of Florida, be taken as 'confessed by said de- Alfred Marsh '
Constantine Chtsaros as is known to Properties, a corporation ). ': .
,Almar Company, a corporation -l' ,'.';.,....'.... .. .. ..
and Realty fendants. It is further ordered that the affiant is 267 Bay 10th Street, Defendants. busi ; -.": "' ,'0/.' .', ;. _- -c....,
existing under the laws of this order be published once a week Br'cokly, Kings County, New York; Order of Publication ':, !.;'.
the State of Ohio' Ethel) Pruitt, of for four consecutive weeks in the i that there is no person in the Stateof I It appearing by affidavit appended

Dade County, Florida, and Dorothy Clewiston News,* a newspaper published Florida the service of the sub I to the bill in the above stated cause
Donovan. (an unmarried woman), in said and State. I
County poena upon whom would bind' the that W. I. Lawrence, a single man,
'. Trustee of Dade County, Florida, Done and ordered in LaBelle Flor- said defendants and that the above and Alfred Marsh Properties, a cor- i ,'

Maude L. Baker (an unmarried woman iciu, this the 30 day of June, A. D. named defendants are over the age poration, defendants herein, that W.I. .

of Dade County, Florida,) Dr. 1928. of 21 years; it is therefore ordered Lawrence, a single man, is a non It is undoubtedly for this reason that several
Tallman and wife, GertrudeL.
M. H. WILLIAM T. HULL
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saiO non-resident defendants be and resident of the State .of Florida,
.' Tallman of Dade County, Flor- Clerk Circuit Court in and for Hen- '
they are hereby required to appear whose ]place of business and post office
ida, Cedric J. Priebe of Kings dry County, Florida. to the bill of complaint in said cause I address as particularly as Is i r 5
County, State of New York, Vir- I (SEAL) known to the affiant Is Station G. R
on or before Monday the 6 day of I% it economical -
ginia M. Spitler, Jamaica New ,y. N. Henderson, August A. D. 1928; otherwise the rl- No.-3, Columbus, Ohio, and that thereis I families in town are finding more

i York, Mrs. Hannah S. Ryan, and Solicitor for complainant.State ,legations of said bill will be takena no person in tho State of Florida, !

v Thomas H. Ryan, of Dade County, of. Florida ) ? confessed by said defendant. a service of subpoena upon whom ;i

Florida, and The Compass Corporation County of Hendry) It would bind the said defendant an'' .
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ordered that this order have least meal at the
big day
Defendants. I hereby certify, that the above and be published once a week for that the said defendant is over"tht I 4! to at ?one a

Order of Publication.It foregoing is a true copy of the orlg- four consecutive weeks in the Clew age of 21 years; that the Alfred t I
appearing by affidavit( appendedto ilau order of publication made in '
iston News, a newspaper publishedin Marsh Properties, a corporation, has
the Bill in the above stated cause scid and filed hi office at
cause my said County' and State. no representative in the State o*
the Almar Realty a corporation LaBelle Florida June 30 1928. Watanabe. '
Company, Done and ordered at LaBelle, Flor- Florida, service upon whom would
existing under the laws of the William T. Hull bind the said defendant that the
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ida this the 30 daof. June.1928.. ,
State of Ohio, and Cedric J. Priebe Clerk Circuit Court. .
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1 (SEAL) place of business of the said Alfred P '" -
of Kings County New York, whoser June C 41. WILLIAM T. HULL Marsh Properties is Sherman Square ,
place of business and residence Is to
Cleric Circuit Court, in and. ,for Hen- Hotel Broadway and 70th St.ew
your complaintant unknown, and INyCIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH dry County, Florida. York City, New York. It is therefore
Virginia M. Spitler Is a non-resident JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE Of Slate of Florida< ) ordered that said non-resident de W ATANABE"HOTEL '

of the State of Florida and is a resident ;FLORIDA' IN AND FOR HENDRY County of Hendry) fendants be and they are hereby r-e \

of the State of New York, whose COUNTY; \ IN CHANCERY. I hereby certify that the above and quired to appear to the bill of complaint i -

residence is as particularly as is foregoing is a true copy of the original in said cause on or before

a known, is Apt. C-3 8S-06, Parsons Florida( .: Land and Timber Compnay, order of publication made ,in Monday the Gth day of August, A. D. DOWNS '
MRS. CLAUDS Manager.
Boulevard, Jamaica, New York, that a corpo'ration under the. laws of said cause and filed In my office*nt 192&; otherwise the allegations ofIttdJ r _'. -_/ .
the place of business and Post Office they| State of Iowa, doing' business LaBelle, Florida, June' 30. 192S. $& bill will be taken as confessed:! _... .
'" address is the'same as is given afore- tri.the State of Florida, Complianant. William T. Hull bY'1aid. defendants. /- Sr
said, and as Is known to the affiant; I
{J I ,- Clerk Circuit Cour 'It Is further ordered that' this or-
that there *s no person In thr State VS / June: C, 4-t. I(du' be published once a week for ..

of Florida the service upon whom Harry, ,Matz, Defendant. l r>ur consecutive:; weeks in the Clew- -- :.IJI-.. -
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Finny to the secretary of war, t became miles from ,St._ ..Augustine. 'The men,. '. ,
I I JULES M. BURGUIERES J NEWS OF THE WEEK known here. It is understood Charles Stone and Aaron Cox, negro I

Major Lamphier will become associated had drifted !r m'L ke Worth Inlet. '
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rC 2v. NICARAGUANS PACIFIED NEW APPOINTMENTS Mental Air Transport I ). p'
Wis.-Good news of great The understood, LAWYERS PUNISHED "
Superior, I Tallahassee. -- Four appointmentswere resignation, !it Is .
importance 'regarding America's present announced by Governor Martin. becomes effective next'month.. Paris.-French lawyers who saw l ; '

efforts to pacify and stabilize They were: Major Lamphier, for ten years an halt of their fellows receive doses of 9 .

I Nicaragua were brought to President fw:. V. Sweat, Jacksonville. appointed oulsctauding figure in army aviation, punishment for participation in the .

; Coolldge., by Secretary Wilbur of the.. as traffic officer of Duval county, is a close ,personal' friend of Colonel "foreign divorce mill' took steps to '
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'navy department. succeeding himself. Lindbergh and several months ago I II I see if some of the bitter medicine .' .:

Wilbur, who stopped off here on A.'S.' Campo Appalachicola, super_ their names were linked in connection -. could be passed along Americian

: I !his way to Pacific coast, said that he visor of registration for Franklin with rumors of a proposed flight: practitioners. Since the Americans '

: could not reveal thespecific natureof I county, succeeding John J. Berry, re to Europe by. a northern route. The cannot practice before French courts
his information before telling Mr. signed. two conferred recently but the par- and are not of the jurisdiction of tri- '

Ooolidge. at the summer White House; W. H. Reynolds, Fort Myers, member !pose of the conference was kept n bunals here, the action took the form
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He. indicated, however, that it' con\ of the board of supervisors of secret. of u protest against their" morally !; i;
cerned United States efforts to quell the Paradise valley improvement dis( reprehensible conduct" ;'
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and disperse bandit bands which trict. / FLORIDANS RESCUED zThe protest was signed I by most of, '
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under the guidance of Auguston San- Leonard Baker Jacksonville, spe New York.-Two men who were the members of the executive corn- '

dino, have kept Nicaragua in a stateof clal officer for the Florida East Coast adrift for seven days in a motor boat mittee of the national association of /-

turmoil' since civil war was stopped I Railroad company: were rescued at sea off the Florida avocats. It was sent to the American ,,10, ,,' ; .' ''.,'"

last :year by the efforts of HenryL. coast by tho Panama: -PaeIfic liner bar association and to the New York I '

Stimson, acting as .Mr. Coolidge'a QUITS AIR SERVICE Manchuria a radio from the ship's bar association and a copy was for. .
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thorough experience in .sugar in the Florida: peninsula. In December

Louisiana resulted in his being nameda of 1914; after making a report on the ';,'; i'.I.: .{ ;.
director of the Southern Sugar holding of the Southern States Lane ; ; .

company. He is also president of rud {Timbei .company in South FlorIda : / :

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He was nanied after his father who reach, Lee, DeSoto and St. Lucie ,'; ,.. ..,::..,'. ,'t ltt'J.j'l: *'>,. .:" ,.The stability of any community IS <.. : .. ,: ..:. :-. .:.) .. '. '
had established the sugar industry !in. counties, Florida, 'and in East Car- .j. ., : .:;' ; J: ;;f:< , ;::'>.', J1-.J; ?1 :. :..;"." ,
that! part of the itate. After the usual loll Parish, Louisiana. In the next .: : marked the f .
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tontine of school and college life, :,en years there followed considerablef ., / ;':;:';.'.':} .' .. I. 'j:' : : : .: J 'Wtri(!t.

graduated' from Spring Hill col- research and demonstration '.:; : i erected therein A progressive.community .. .._ .'
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This followed. by special studies ;; -:i ." ''. ; '
In sugar chemistry at Tulane 'univer Chemistry, the development: of theS. .' :I !; ;,:''r"':_ J, ; which show the foundation of a good. '>.i.: '. .. '.;. : '; ': .\.
sit in New Orleans for two years. S. Ranch, all of which finally led '': : *- I' ::
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; :..-' \ comfortable all year 'round- UNDER PLASTER I THE ATTIC :;'II'',

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t sterilized and waterproofed. Celotex is were cool in summer, they were damp in winter. In modern and free"'from lath- and cbiIJy dampneW. ft
homes, a half-inch layer of Celotex Insulating Lumber shuts marks. Or if you have a ftiIt( ,;
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inches of masonry and other materials and at little or r-o ; ;; attractive extra room p
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L- better as insulation. 'Wind and moisture architect, contractor or lu-ti: :;..r -':;':'., .... t t > \ i:

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,-" quiets noise. : 'H--' lines advise its use.Alllumber'dealers Ij

'f,t.l\'.," j: : .;vU; $'.; can supply it \ "X h.:. ,.: Send the coupon for the free Celotex

"f"' r' ,. ....,,.-'.-.,-.'..;."I<,-:' "\( .- ,. Building Book. It explains- fully this -,
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;ii; wood lumber as sheathing (see the 'L r .l' ,.''.'_. .,." Branch Sales Offices in marryprlgeipa/crtiee \ I
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illustration) eliminates ,
building paper, .; $ S'y ".':"-'-'.:; "' Montreal,Toront j.Halifax Wioztipc .Vancouver
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insulation needed back of wood,. brick -- Ii
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Page Eight CLEW1STON rfEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA F1UDAY, JULY 27, 1028 ,
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< ; 'fv For Volunteers L POPULAR WRITER FOR THE NEWS JI JII NEW HOLLOW TILEA : ;' .cd \construction with cane fibre
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provides celotex insulation has just permanency. Celotex for insulation, 0
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'> .' everything he could, but unfortunately been patened by H. S, Palmer, and hollow tile for economy reduces ,

.'" whatever he could do might not building engineer in Washington. D. the cost of common masonry construction .
; be of much value. An organized force a C. The concrete block is of laminat- .

,t-:: of ten men would accomplish, more j I ?w.,.. :"'T.'W l __----1 1=- .\ __ __... .;Pv;
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more. There is quite a lot of. fire : AUTOMOBILE
REPAIRING
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fighting equipment located. in dUfer-1 < ,
ent places throughout the ,
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,: Applicants should get in touch f.yl
v \V. C. Owen, Chief of the Clewiston

I- /. Volunteer Fire Department. Let us save you money' on repairing your old
Location Of Fire Fighting Equipment

4; AREA NO. 1-EAST OF A C. L. R. R. car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled
One 40 gallon tank on wheels with
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hose In S. W. corner of Clewiston workmen and our prices are based on the low ..

outside. door two and
company 'shop- ;
' one-half gallon extinguishers in I / gat N xt fr 7/ I est possible working conditions. : '.. '

shop, old
plant
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building material company building a

R. R. station and Barracks building.. Machine shop, acetelyn- welding-; .'allJdncls of
AREA NO. 2-WE T TO SAN ,
.. GABRIEL automobile work. -- _,,-

(Retail Business Section) I .
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One10' gallon tank find hose in fire i ?

house between Watanabe hotel and

Clewiston Motor company; 2 1.2 gal
Motor MOORE HAVEN SALES CO-

Clewiston Supply Co., Watanabe I

hotel Scotts, Hay Block, Richmaun
Stol/ClewistoI, Inn. F. L. Williamson 4aS: 5..6{+: yr / ,0 Yh I FORD LINCOLN FORDS ON'f'E1
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On.e 40 gallon tank at nursery;; 2 \

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To Sugar Cane ':
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J.. R. Zell superintendent of the : .. V. '-" '
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;I..: near here to cane.Accompanying I l t/. ./ l

Mr. Clewis on his .'
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brook of Stone and 'Vebste'r company,I I # ", 2J Aa)1c .2cP. .91 eJ/dm; :", Ji.n", .J'cJ'cJ' .
t G. B. Howell, vice president of the Although letters are received almost weekly complimenting the Clev/it.tcn News on its serial, "An Accidental

,Exchange National Bank of Tampa, Accomplice", all previous records were broken this! week when three letters were received praising the story

,;'. T. .J. Hanlou ,of the Tampa Electric and complimenting The News on the acquisition: of such an able writer. Last week approval of the story came I ? ),,l ..i &ei'J... I(7) rr/.i
,1-: company and C. V. Parkinson, of from Texas and this week among those who sent congratulatory messages:: were Mrs. J. L. Singleton of Fort fu'e

'Moore' Haven. I Meade, Fla.,.'Maurice R. Hudson of Say Ridge, 'Brooklyn, N. '(., and f)\" rc.: A. M. Wilson of Pinehurst, N. C. I
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Our Frigrdaire service helps, to .make >: I : a 7k; j4-
engagingly youthful costume !ffi : 1
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softness to the girlish figure and the : i .' : I Iz

.,".I"J. new is treatment interesting.of the It slants Vionnet decided-: neckline '/ ] : '; l} /;'..\; .'j..:... 'ti,'-;!: V.! :,, ,. ". a,;.'

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THE ALSTON DRUG COMPANY \ 12((21] '.. \ : '\, .. I
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