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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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.; ONT1w EDGE OF STORMIS bond Approval for J. of D. Corriher a'' deputy of sheriff's Clewis- CLEARS LAND __._.1 I II TO BE HELPEDBY


ton who will act as deputy sheriff FORPLANTINCCounty
UNDAMAGEDRainfall NEW GROUP
1 W' during the absence of F. H. More- .

.Jl'{J Q) land was given by t'he Hendry ,

Here Totals county commissioners at the regu- C ,ommissioner
County Officials U
u BY ,TOM SMITH lar meeting in LaBelle last Tues.' pe
4.21 Inches ; EfficiencyOf day. Deputy Moreland with his Putting I n 50 Acres Pruning Knife In

I wife and son is spending ,his vacation Of Beans Says Land I
r Members of 'the county commissionof Pumps Is Again Paring ExpensePlans
at Grand Chain, III.
Hendry county, at their regular Proven. :Better Than Ever. for a County Welfare association

: meeting Tuesday by which charitable disbursements

p Commissioners discussed the ad. Following, three days ,of intermittent HANSON IS NAMED W. C. "Bill" Hooker has cleared to the needy of the county -

rains, ,which swept Clewiston, will be taken off the hands of the
Economize- '' vlsabillty "of rigid land and will plant 50 acres to early
> r compilation of statistics kept at the r. county commissioners, and handled 'P.J
economy in the administration LOCAL MANAGER OF beans on his land on the Moore Haven I
Clewiston showed this
'\ pumping plant through a welfare committee were "

of county affairs and community to have suffered less from road adjoining the old sugar worked out Tuesday In LaBelle when 1:11:

suiting action to the word, made the storm weather than any other I i I house, it was announced this week. the Hendry county commissioners
I
I section of South Florida. Althoughthe SUGARJCnVfflESSugar ficially the
bills endorsed move launchedby
f thorough investigation of the His action is the first announcementof
: rain was heavy at times, the to-: The Clewiston News, and asked
submitted to them and in some Instances early planting and he expressedthe
.4 I D tal rainfall for the past three days Expert Arrives that paper to make recommendationsand
I tabled the bills for even according to the local weather bureau belief that there would be a con- report back. at the next meeting! ;

further. study. The commisisoners are showed 4.21 Inches. Except for Here To Work Under siderable increase in Glades vegetable of the board in September.: Under the I

I d to be commended for this move and the heavy rains no damage was done, P. G. Bishop acreage this year, present arrangement county commissioners -

although. some of the bills tabled will, and reports from the cane fields Everglades muck soil this year according will name ,a representative ot

save the county but a few cents when stated that the thousands of acres Appointment orv.. C. Hanson for to fir 'Hooker who has farmed welfare board from each district i and

;," revised, it is nevertheless a step In of cane were in n oway damaged. merly of Havana, as local managerof in this 'section for the past 10 A/a2c:1: 'J these will' meet periodically to consider

i." .the right direction' by these men whoP Highest wind velocity in the Clew- the Southern $ugar company operations years, is better than it has been for needy cases brought: to their

were elected to office to safeguard iston vicinity was estimated at from at Clewiston, was announced several years and record ;yields attrition.

f the interests In the county. 30 to 35 miles per hour while on the ; ;yesterday by Captain P. G. (Bishop should be commonplace this year. I A motion offered by W. C. Hooker
t. taxpayers opposite side of the lake in the "I will give $10 of salary every: and seconded Selden
I operating vice president.Mr. "I know o several pieces of ground my by L. Stewart,.
Okeechobee section, the wind is saidto Hanson who has been actively! where-last year and the year before month to help the poor" said County which was carried unanimously! jead:
t' In line with this policy of economythe .
have attained a velocity of i Commissioner Selden L. Stewart at "That the
approximately industry for movement of The Cletivistoi -
; commissioners in revising the interested in the sugar it was almost impossible to get any I
1 t list SO miles an hour on the I the past 14 years i in Cuba, Haiti and sort of yield after planting which the meeting of the county commis- News for a county welfare J
t' county pauper night of Tuesday August 7. in Clewiston this sion in LaBelle Tuesday when he body be endorsed by the county commissioners J
Rico arrived of
when'finished Porto this year is giving every promise
... 'County Welfar found I 'The fact that the storm in seconded ,
swept week: Mrs.Hanson who is at pres ranking with the best land in this a motion made by Commissioner of Hpndry couty and that

' Organization that Instead of being I a northwesterly direction from Cuba ent In New Orleans will join him later. section. .Hooker endorsing the planof the representatives of the Clewlston

able to cut the was said to be ,responsible for Clew- the Clewiston News to form a News be asked to report back to the
I "I have confidence in the I
I: monthly expenditure they had add iston's escaping almost untouched, For three years he was connectedin every countywide welfare .association. commissioners at their next meeting! ,
soil of'this section, and from information -
(, .ed $12. There is a place for everything while Palm Beach, Fort Pierce, official capacity with the South and that each commissioner name a
., an I
q gathered several trips
r: and economy. in many cases is Okeechobee and Melbourne: felt more; Porto Rico Sugar company; and in I on MARKET GUIDEI representative from each district and
but when that affects Please turn to 8 about this section I am thoroughlyconvinced that these
advisable economy, page I Haiti with the Haitian-American company names be forwarded to

,: helpless victims, it is time to was superintendent of c llt that land in the northern RELEASED The Clewiston News at the earliest

sail _a halt.. ,This commissioners, MRS. JOHN ADAMS tion, for three years.In \'a-I' Everglades. wil be more productive I possible moment." \

" '. ....._Their problem was the providing BURIAL II Cuba, where Mr...Hanson this year than it has been in the past Decision for a county welfare association
AT ORTONA New Charts Show Price
, ( .:: sustenance for unfortunates t and the past three years with the Cuba I three. I was made after Louis A.

: r. ,/-: no fund with which to provide it. Cane Sugar corporation, he acted '.as +I I I'I'I Trends For Past Morgan publisher and Tom Smith

_;. ;' Thus.the offer of the Clewiston News Celotextown Woman assistant manager of the Central RIGID ECONOMY editor o.f the Clewiston News brought

.' to give its services toward the organ Dies After 2 WeeksOf Lugareno, manager: of the Central] Seven Years up the subject of the present county

' ization of such a. body wa strongly Perseverencia, the latter having' .a pauper list. The newspaper men

" G;' endorsed\ by the commission. We i Illness grinding capacity of 4,500 tons of IS STRESSED BYCOMMISSIONERS'I Publication' of a book of grapalc asked that investigation be made in

well appreciate that charity be- cane per day. charts showing market conditions and to the various cases, and when sur- I
Funreral services for Mrs. John vey of county funds
gins at home; bute can find no Until the grinding season starts at brought out the
commodity announcedthis
4 conscientious reason why we in Adams, 2 years old who died at her Clewiston, Captain' Bishop said, Mr; prices -was fact that ther are inseufficient funds ,

, prosperous Clewiston should sit back home at 20 Celotextown last Tuesday Hanson will\ devote his entire time week by Nathan Mayo, commissioner for the county to adequately care for 'J.

were held at Ortona where internment extensive plantIng of agriculture who forwardedone its needy,' they offered the service
to carrying out of the I
other Move
' In smug complacence, while Suggested By
in the '
was Ortona of the
, ceme in
in the Clewiston unit. newspaper establishing a ,
program of the chart books to the Clew
residents of the county, unable to '
tery. Mrs. Adams who had Clewiston 'News Is Officially "
been sick
Commenting on the cane here, Mr. istou News. county welfare association such as i
(. help themselves are in want. As : I
for
several
weeks is
survived by her Hanson after a trip through the fields Endorsed By have been formed in other sectionsof
show
: The charts which
(., Christian people everyone who can husband John Adams who is empioyeu commodity the state.
possibly afford in any way to help -, oy tile Southern- said: County CommissionersCounty I I shipments
.' Sugar company "The cane here is better than any The move was enthusiastically endorsed -
/ the county's poor should do so. ; and two children, -ohn Jr., over a period of years from the
cane 1 have seen in Cuba in the past I I by county officials, andplans
I'. 1- Whether .it is ten cents a month or three years old and Buddy one 'land five years." commissioners at their I the season of 1921-22 to the 1926127 will be worked out to make the

I :' ten dollars, the spirit of giving shouldat one-half years old. I .- regular meeting in LaBelle Tuesday :season is the first of its kind everublislied. movement a success.

". least be present.: Mrs. Adams who was the daughterof substituted a 'pruning knife for the ;' The new publication however Heading the list of those who

i Mis. Pat Barrett of Clewiston was LOCAL WOMEN TO axe of economy and pared- expensesat : will be 'of little use to the hit. agreed to help the poor of the county -

Except) for some heavy rains total- one of the most popular members of every turn in an effort to keep ;ami-miss farmer but to the farmer were Raid L. 'Reeves who pledged(}

ling slightly more than four inches the Celotextown neighborhood. Be- VISIT NEW YORK I within their budget for the coming really interested in farming in Florida $120 for the 'next yearMn monthly
'"
: ', in three. days Clew- fir her marriage she was a Miss Ruth year. it was explained the new book installments, Commissioner Selden L.

Storm Misses istoir was entirely Roberts and was marr/3d to John Bills submitted during the month prepared by the marketing-bureau of Stewart, who pledged the' same

I t" ": V Clewlstonout of the area of Adams at White Springs, Fla., in Miss Whitman And Miss 'which were brought before the com agricultural department J will. help amount and the Clewiston News
; 1924.! mission subjectedto
..._ A the storm which.f for approval were considerably as it will,show the farmer which also'pldgec1! S120 for the next

...... / swept Florida during the past few In fond memory of the young mother Williamson Leave minute scrutiny and in many; the average, ,price he may expecton year.

days. While some sections of the her Clewiston friends submittedfor On VacationMrs. cases were tabled where' items were his ..commodity. Under the new system all cases

4 state were swept with an eighty mile publication Edgar Guest's poem, questioned. where charity is requested or recommended -
i\i71 "Afterward." Burrowing into the details of the
gale, Clewiston escaped almost untouched I Jean R. Whitman assistant will be thoroughly investigated
the highest) wind velocity being I They laid her away in the afternon, manager of the Clewiston Inn and county expenses for the month, the VISITING BANKERPRAISESACTIVITY by the board, and although:; no

:. She was and she is no more,, : Miss :1larthaTJIliamson officials in three instances tabled time will l be lost iu making the investigation .
t 35 miles per hour The storm or left 'rhursi .
]But[ gasoline bills where oil bills for
, the roses nod and
the ,
rather the absence of, the 'storm at birds of.i clay for Jacksonville from where they only- those will be .helped

Clewiston is aonther good reason why June I I will travel by boat to New York, )y' s.I'Ford trucks were considered five who in the opinion of the investigating
Still sing at her cottage door I II cents too high and on mileage of comn.ittee
nre deserving
Whitman returning to. Clewiston in
Clewiston has the best location on I( 14 14I deputy sheriffs, mistake
And men and an alleged : Discussion
women of
laughing casein the
go by couuly
two weeks
Ne
and Miss Williamson con Orleans Banker
the lake.) : w
: Practically all storms come Please x In 20 miles over charge caused the
turn to 8 Please turn to 8
page : page
1 e'( from the southeast, and like( the disturbance I tinuing on to Maine. NewI I I bill to be tabled without approval.. Amazed at, HeightOf

f of the past few days DAN McLOUCHLIN BACK After spending a few days in Freight charges of $71 per car on CLEWISTON NEWS TOPRiNT
York, the Clewistonites will spend Glades Cane
a' sweeps lakeward, eliminating all possible ON .JOB AFTER ILLNESSD. lime rock transported to Clewistou MINUTES\ FREE
several days as the guests of Mrs. ..
f. danger of high water at Clew. from Ocala were protested )by County -
P William G. Ames of Clewiston and ; Amazement at the height of cane
.. '- Iston L. "Dan" Commissioner W. C. "Bill" Hooker, Encouraging the course of rigid
McLoughlin, sher- New York at her summer home, in the northern Everglades at this
and these economy which the Hendry County -
charges are now being considered
.. iff of ,Hendry county, is back in : Craigside-on-the-Hudscon. time 'of the year and praise for the
W. T. Marfield, New Orleans bank- I I by the ,commission.COIfMISSIONERS commissioners have adopted,
t' i <* LaBelle after more than five Mtts.:: Whitman will also renew in operations of the Southern Sugar representatives of The Clewiston
week end here last week
er on a visit
; New York several friendships she [ \ I here this
weeks in Arcadia and Tampa hos- TABLE company was expressed News Tuesday at a county commission -

r highly praisedthe pitals, where he made at Clewiston in her capacity as I CLEWISTON JAIL BIDS week byV.. T. Marfield, New, Or- meeting in LaBelle 'offered -
was treated for
Visiting Banketactlvities of th, e .
assistant manager. -- leans banker who with Mrs. Marfield
kidney trouble. I' Bids for the sale to Hendry to print gratis the' monthly'minutes
:' '. Praises Cane-Souther n Sugar "I think that we are all so thor- and their daughter Miss Jane spent of the commission
meet
county of steel cells for ''a tempor
company in this section The sheriff who became ill oughly sold on Clewiston that we the week end at Clewiston after mo ings.In.
: lockup at Clewiston, which
I\\y '> and expressed amazement at the shortly after the June primary I should really call these vacationsgod ary was received by the county commissioners toring from their home cityto see ;the past 'the county has paid

, I k height of the sugar cane at this time elections when he was returned. I will tours," she said. at their regular meet the progress being made in trans monthly to have these minutes

: .., of the year. The latter Is 'significant office by a substantial majority, "Many people I will see In New ing Tuesday was tabled pending forming the northern Everglades in- published and at' the meeting
"
:J. .: coming from a resident of the Louis York have visited Clewfston and I to a new sugar bowl for America. Tuesday it was brought out that
spent several further investigation. I
weeks in the Arcadia ,
: iana sugar country. The Interest with Intend to give them first hand information Arriving here Friday evening the in keeping with-the policy of econ-
The bid from the Jail
,I.t: which Mr. Marfield spent a few days : hospital after which he spent on the progress we are; Works offered a two-cell Manley steel I visitors after resting from tho omy expenses would have to be

:' here on a tour of inspection indicates a few weeks in the Gordon Keller making here, in cane growing, mill long motor journey started Saturdayon cut at every turn. "
cage for $1,500 and a four-cell
'. the attitude of residents of other sections hospital in Tampa. construction, homo building and gen cage for $1,900. According to a an inspection tour of the Florida As a move of cooperation the

of the country in the B. G. "I couldn't stay away from the eral development of the community" tentative agreement the properties of the Southern Sugar Clewiston News representatives
I among
Dahlberg and Southern Sugar activities office any, longer," he said, "and While in New York Mrs. Whitmanwill commission, it was originally plan' company, starting at the new 1,500 offered a to print the minutes
I think I have also tell the story of Clewiston ton a day mill, and continuing
sugar .
here. When a man drives more sufficiently well re I ned to invest not more than $1- monthly with no charge to the
than 1,000 miles to see what we have covered to be able to continue the to M. E Claffey, news writer on ,tho 800 in the, entire building. The on through the cane fields at Glow. county, and the offer accepted,
treatments New York Evening Journal, who is iston, and Liberty Point where in ad-
here Circuit
at Clewiston, and after a'few days at LaBelle and matter will be considered and ac. Clerk Tom Hull was instructed
still attend a' mutual friend of the assistant man- ddition to inspecting the operationsin
,
to
r here is more than well pleased, itis my duties as sher. tion taken at the meeting next to mail copies of the proceedings -
.' something to 'cause thought:: iff." ager and Tom Smith editor. of the month. that section, they visited the government I to the News monthly.

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is comfletSJfyX xjcrini/l q I ','eh'onefor' M'l, ? "theTcity-and QWiiiX" 4*; ? a 'llirUonOt g s ta4'Yfr If trpi s't4St rr'hT ;;t30 whi!} V.ot'. rl3rAwn'", faint'j, .: .... \'C.O l' '(8
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5 1 RWG(): :. TTtQ'Q.lY..N. cpbipany: the city's to be 330( M.. in raadl; P be2 F nW' 11efnfOI: ? rps] .;rj38nvears.. a"ionwar.cettirneclately : \ :. V

Offering fast-through; avenue of length'' arid ;:;;.200 feet in width, and :JMThet: tlhe into\tD f exr pIllS,I fS7Q;:t t re& 1 Thersender!I A ;:1" ..sqrrm4' / fy)' cialiJa.sr: 'o" {=, ) :r dl r', :

'Cf 'il ''travel' from" the" .northern'1; and the:"cbmpa'ny's 400 feet long and 20"6 tra celJt:5 2aI.11J.9.il mate ji1ja>OOJ 1
i ._ ; head of _a_ wholesale hardware conj .nS1/01.Q! 'J.IJ J'-J: yq;::: : '; : '
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: \ ;sections of-"the: 'country' into jrVfeet { : The June collections on the ent.i1'1 ( n:' (
'western" ''Wide. .
o'f" the 'Flrir- ie; ," :V ?? I Ii ,5-c.ent, tax known officially!; __as.. the xiiin i ..Alabama ;id-hi s consciencq! I --- I "'J.I "I T .0,.."p'.,I., JI ,
the western coast" area i :"he'. Arundel corpporatlp'n'a. : }ant.. : : ( tv I'.C ; ; 1 (' \ )' '; .,.. ..' :; ".
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; ] "of'theAtlantic- Gbast"Line excavating to;" -.30 twenty-fi'v4 f.foot:! .,. i' I : ./) ,>;tc.tt1rlw' .: :,, :,r/- trlilCtlzi.f..JJlMCtlrL,
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railroad is''to 'be' opened; 'forpaVsenge'r depth t l le entrance to the'-'locnriiar- ; ,, oI..l.( :' !.! ', ,
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'' Announcement of'i: the plans''to"titil1z Friday| .- after'riooiCfor: Cha'rlesWnj S.. :: -.; (: h ..j --J. -ror. ypj'T! 1 c i, I). '1, .:. I .1; "
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'the route, effective 'with this' fall C.,.; ..forienaIa' ; to a bucket Ihi eshaft. drivE:' I I'-.;:- )!;iJfI: INSURANCE: tl a INSURES A" f}; i; _! I .i'#b ,,, J 1 118 : ,:, ZcJllvc 5ifoJlb".1 ..

: 'w-ris made )' 'st'erday' "W. D. 'stark Since it began operations less: j :9: ', f. ,'(.!, ,'.'
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:assistant general 'passenger ''gent of than two weeks the ihad ; :against loss by I .. ', ,.
ago dredge. ,l .... : -. .. ;! : C : j, '; .j i ." ,,1/. /. I. ,
h'e'finer upon4the"> receipt"of 'advices excavated ) o eii l'J JJry.v ---j!':':" FIRE;; ; toVir-H! i ..sqXid" 13-51.f u-r; liojl'Z: PJ rlrt
the channel dlst ace F1tJ. .
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pas-sehger : ; ;; of*'approximately 1,300 ''feet. .; I l I '"'-='_ J}, ;).,. b..' ';" !:...A TOM'OBILE ACCIDENTS- ::f',{ ,VJ 0.r 9'1'3"l"t" ;. I ; 1 :'" "

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Kcker" 'g 1e'raV passenger a'gerittlili; P BANK GETS INJUNCTION/ ;l ..J...}..,.,";.;. [ :),,, ;r, .-."-,,PL_J.TE'- GLASS. BREAKAGE"t2I8.. :.) :9- i -" '.--; -

"offices' 'i In1 I'' Wilmington-,- N: "C. Freight j. .11.1 ;.bd 6 f,: jjV'A" -: ,' ) I I'P"e; .'Ji.- l 1I
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',''traffic has been' moving 'over' the 1 line Orlando.] -A temporary iujmictionpreventing J ?J,4, C'ri'nr'rG4": i.u.!h ), ; I ..
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;'for'' the pasf'year' aiuTa'h'alf.] ; W. E. Martin, as .Orange I 1 1 .!t? ( ', dAI,+f; 1' '! r;[; ;,:, ) :'Br e Protected By : ;;,- .; :: ,. ,I J Jll ij -
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,' Just' what. effect' the change"will' county,tai -0 Ire t01'-; from-collectini] i i (;i',: J."r1\'J;\ :': \,; '; .. '. ;.1-.I;:.,./.!!.,r"j.: I :. !. .\ : :; : 'AUTOMOBILE I REPAIRING Il'I

.tats, upon the: movement' 'of through' $S.220. from the Orlando Bank antiuhdivideiul J' L, -,. ,jft1dCj' .S( : ." :' ; :r, DICK. C. MILLER. '. .:) ; .' r") " :. 1 IK' '-.ilnlv/ rf'HI! >> 1 .
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trains' to and: from 'Ja'cl s.nvilIc has' profits o'f .$300,00'was'is-: ; (} 'l', 'IW'':. .? io ':Jn: iti rt." ,-. ,. INSURANCE AGENCY_ ; .t'" .' -.J,',' J-1: ? .]" _' I :' j .. ; ., : .

:not tje'n determined;: was .said;' and sued' by Judge; Hal- :'W-'Ada: 1 s;- of the : .,: -

that angleof the "situation Will" be: '.Third "circuit of'"; --Florida," presiding':r, }Watanabep-Hptel'; : ., :. ;" .'" Clewiston i l r'Hi'' rr 'III.( '

brought out ''following the regular bVer'' the-; Seventh circuit- court l1e 'e.! .. : :, Let us :!saye, you, money on repairing i your old

'.' .'schedule meeting of the ''ra'il 'carriers i in tlie"absence o'f' Jli gs- IFlal'1! Sihitlu -- --- : --- J<
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: which will be held hi'' Wash-: -' : The '' 'suit involves! car. ur work:: is 'glJaralri e our laborskilled
'probably the1- method of 'j ; ( ," ; ':," i ",.:, , .- TSII i / '
'.'ing ton, 'D. C., some time during',_An-1 a'sfcess'ing'banks''a3'tiirected' ''by the.com'ptt'olIe'r 1 j .f

gust.. it''yeas)' been indicated previously'' of 'the state,: court' 'Jattacheg' -, workm'en'ahd; .: ..- -, i"i; t rjii.ces'af.V based "orTthe'low.M -

t, that. the1.;' railroad'( : might continue Its ,said; and not Mr; Martin, or.
INCOME PRODUCING V PROPERTY ; 'est- 'possibleworking} conditions :i r. ',
,'. present winter' service through the his office-Accordfng-1o: "th'e" -cm- V : ; . .:.. !if .,f'.,

Jacksonville terminal,. the cutoff. use plaint tiled/the;":>ssvess"fngutf--rwas" "jl-' '1
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r' .Ice 'f6r through s southbound'' ,pas nar' .41 r-r 11gscRhnty.that<" : ; le'jid\-j money on' .',,':,'; ,' ; $240. .00 To $800.00( per ,Acre, i iz Machine shop, :acetelyri 'welding.' t ; all-kinds,1. of
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,; : TRAMPS.KLLED, | i'1'-1'-i 1'I,; I erating mortgages indirect--c 'mp.etftion'md securities op_ ,z .,,!J !Ii noon'; i. '!' ; '- ."r ''i, automobile. work:-;-. >' :1\1 .,j.... :;iojMOaRE.MVEN : 'JIj,,{ :', ti! "
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Wand -- Tru'sf'Comp'atfy.igSir : 'f,7C ,: f : ;: : : :" ,'4j -
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i f : -freight traIn.vrekronStheiB'urvjiughton. : ; ; were z rtheirl. capitalor MUCK: ,, ;, :,;, ; ,,:,, V
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,r'f 'able ;share -of' the state's' bufcieh i'sJoeing Around Clewiston
: -' ped when'gaso1in Jrom\vrepkedj,: ) tank,] :J ttJ..Lf.t..L.: :. .J .Vjbcqj53: i',;

. "'J'.;" ..car.19ntted. ;"':; ;-, .- ; I by such, placed, upon it and! other banks, fJ r"I" assessments which .
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.'Tank: -: -.pomprjsedthe, : : ; grf't r. 'bfl'tlscretio'h" and'discrimination'l 7 :J'We'iliavb r several thousand"; can" I

I:;' '. part of the train ,of 27 cars: and flam- against them, : r
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2' down .the Platte. !' river--several [miles, b uS vV* : 7. 1
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; BLACKMER ,ARRESTED ', ,
;: they never would ,be identified. .sj; J ;' J"W'rlt '- I'": .0 ( '.

:(1):; o;.') Railroad: ; officials ,expressed :belief: .D ;nver, o1.--A"-.,)>re>s'd' ntial: warran'C'for 'I:"" .. ,:(-'.' -:: : ; ; %,. ; :< .) :;VPV'V'1r .;: : .:) :i, : t. ,

the wreck was, caused .by loosening, : the arrest of' HenryM.' ; ,Black:' !: T ,) ,' Hr.T: {Ii '; .' '- .? ':--- / "! :11 :-.,.; [ {1'" j ', ; t' .r:. .

r.. ,pf the road, bed, by ,cloudbursts, last 'finer, millionaire oil' man; and' ,.missingwilnesis ', .1 -, ::1 : 'McCULLY _. .._" .. ',..;
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I. night.; The; track near, he .,Platte; river oil -the' famous' 'Teapot' t'.Dom :-, ,,) ("< '>fr: ; : : ': ; V ': r'"J: ; ':' ,{ .,r "1:'"

: where! ,the_ wreck, .occurred J :. bad .be-. .today._ scandal. was_ :..received i 'i in .Denver; : .r 1..1 1 1': -rClewist- 1 v'"J; ; 1'*'s Pioneer R. :E. Broker; ? .. -lvfi :: .. ,' ,;; :i' '..i.J... .}'' "

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1 come 'so, shaky that, it gave way uri- An rvill, be. sent to .'. aril1(1! j 1'l ..;. '.' V"1.,. .';ir' ,r if i In; .;":
France to return him for trial. J ., v 'H"F'T...., ,, T' :1'J) '
.. der the weight! of the heavy 'freight 1 I : \ ) ( ,14. I :": J1:;; ;
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train_ they said. ... ally desigueclnvjw '.l t rl .
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;',.' ;..smoothly, when the track gave way oil man a's, who the 'has officer'' '' to' .return, the!, '; ? ,, J ': >1 ,:.:, ; tJ ; '::'-' : .:'" c -, : !;,4t..r!."'. -i1.. .':.IC) '

'J beneath it, they said. Twenty-four, been living near r ... '.,\-
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,. ? pf the: 27 cars in the train were destroyed It 'virtually irf selfimposed"exile., '1 '..[I"d; '.h1 j"f !) !,!r. t I )'r1 ')"" !:') I .1 ,11\\ :;(l4 p'? '" 'Ir f t i
was
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or by the, fire that ,followed and Frank .B.. _Kellogg,- secretary of, r '. .1 ''J"i-L..r::[ }yi >' -- '. '.: !.il : t ,
state ' '; r x"'..: r ; ; n .IIRJ''' ; jri cum "'i.voni : [JJ f r T F.r1JI' ., & t Itr rr ?
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1\1'j, ,Ranches for.: miles around ,(were., atilraetedb I H '., l j '1 '. ., i .)rAskithevMenv, .. ,;,. Jui: !t. ; .1',7 ... "j'r 19 I.f. t -
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?;! toe flaming! gasoline. (m;;t.1 braiidOur .j.t '' brrr. ', )' ; I .

.i.:. .(;l fiver., ;A. :wreck nJ; t flfn'a ,- dispatchi e11. }*,, iudictments ;,charging;,rhim, with i ,'iff! \filear.ie 17rt, -i.f "'I'i'; ." :' f'.. 1 I rrt tit o!t: ) )+ a :ir'1Iri icf ")11. I ,1 h"! 1."
'. ;peYjuryT; :. !in :conn -i, ,. d. to, the.'. spot, 1' ,;. ,, ; ; ) al'lewd : : I')':Th em.'n""r: ,-: t ,r'?, -'tl": I ;,)"Ill jI'IiJ t. : ..
g ', failureo make "proper income ., r : 'IW"( :: 'l/J/! : ,:
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''. 'fl" ; PARENTS' tax returns: ral tax' liens, for a \that.f. RPe. ,. fnd', way to 1'/ .. ... ; ...r, uoa nc'r; ,. ./j; ; !' 'rf.iclr!. i rrfa ; "
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greedy t
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-:1 ,* '' i q werearainst f f.qdscover-tthe} ) merits ...prj.clemerrsYoi 1m") .' .r'.1; / ,. J' !r!,tS'aL' o:! i 'r r L .d- : ,' ; ; ::
L: ;" :;= for attention laud 'nowlf t.-1heir him- .in. D l % iLb'' ':? SkvYork4it -* < $ ; of-w t : ' : '' ; children that:i theycin'. 1J e..p..r91l?it >'HnJune: ;C TOs: amount, / -: .' 'i iJri. ..te1 grl.tup? sit; j ,;a

..i; '.hallll g; off" -,diem',1.a! di;.,wr ec' .k'tthelr| 1 live i .." cover3nflcmnei; taxSsOiiiterest i and. r"1'/VI TKerc ?are'1 plentyrf0f[ witness'rt,r1,' H / J',. .'," \'> 1'.CS':"'\ .t.\\ l.) "' ) J arr.= } t i.x t '. U<':Jo 'fIlli.t''I' ; -

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.J ..rY! ,rjst'grp.l. .ttqd $...suJ.)j'e.5; c.tCdaI')-: lIt ''r. MAY'-JMPROVEIlCANACfl :;1 : '.: j. = : 'II, :' 'I ..,,'{ ,' ...:' orla ,nlldpuoJ: :;M'_ .
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d t'tq t n Qh! c. ( J4C1)edn! 'rcaural' f''> from, ; GIAIIE LOR11iG C0: !r : f.5W $ 9-.9n'.j ;:.IF'c< "
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acilotI t'l : I\- i++ advaule? 1 oiX.his [inai dlJ; ofr.t .19..'tint}! | I '' : : \ i em:} aii \' j Beach rtdlstilltdad? /} '!19.nf09Y making thelI.nij'IQ'
};. .tarsal d i y1-dog 1)l y y" here byi-Leirifff! : riLrt: i11r.!' ;UtztrtyriPng!' ai I
_ <.tAt,; H !.JI.1JJlrithe.jvpIlDg."XrrUnom. ; II.i ien :'|neor< filvhtfi/roturnedl laet nlflht .fl r'bn nofour;tgcd high qualit1.' : rig' t 0 Sf 1 lefiredj 'fit. -mod7easodsi ; ;:,'; ,! i !. enuG or'} 't !"r-r..i'-'j'' :'or'a llljB' .'""m' ,,\i:(rig 119'.897! Yg bus :!f... t ;.

l :':! ) .That t'sf aboinrall'ther i in 'RJ ie r t lOjcoat> Hi''f j'J 'Ii: Ht"UtO'8EW: ; eri I! l. i 0"rs 'tra; !:11ft: 1 ) : :
'. >>? :nt atsaljs attAtheX: : tle:/ IVa8'hiIigtoifJrithrJapprovnr of'ipi'esen 1aflf rrCe. ;,fig,, to t want .. "' : :! :trl'Nl z]:Qte. ; f ; .
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.rlreUf! i nfii111'li i n cL; ': !rlcr.1 iris 1'nhid $111'j.; :: : ) offTisqs '
: !fif li9Cro isa w11; : 1 Itmvas; leaiiied: : uunfficially.'refcrvera I t 'i70)nf 't rir1UO9 .r. fur' ':;
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t.,. sons. When <1c .Qfl!bjn ',J.l\p teioUonsr ta' untl8 tJmt.theisb\'eriunentn'A'a: : ; ;) :stz- i/fSET(Cl33-W/f/ IGnll'\.LeHJ4\ b eal r rs1.cS! ream' ofthOlh.oI1't ;AO/lo 5e,4.t;; lsfLTn JII ft.0 fffL,4p, : n:Hi th .: Fani z.... 1P( S I in6'spier."L:)' j e-t"cidug h'"'iia q TL''c ohiodale'e f
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thn same mother for :anv long! rtprf h. circles were meb..at DARe DRY tEEA-NING-J 10 ; I) BATHING ACCOM.OD irJ01V5 JlveEfJDEv,010ral1
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Btatemeut 110jb W.j' +I.t iIf IH'lfj 3rarh, / :: (1.1 nJdJ--ir! ,
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FRIDAY, ATOUST: 10. 1928! d. __. */ \/ ', CLEWISTON NEWS'; .CLEWISTON FLORIDA Page Three, : .. ,JI ,

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I :'.' '-' t-- ... J.....'. II f 'automatfcI.:t "i f !' This made through coop,
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I eason. 1 I efallori of the" 'Police Department ofa '
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: ) THE WAY HAVE: -. ... .
. Saturday.-"The Haw Of Fear," large city. One of the biggest mel-

,. ,. with I AllSei, the !1p1f._star._ .Jn this ,odramatic'' smashes 'released. It will
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'. 0. YOU HEARD THAT latest;_ fi J.9l. Ranger surprises his hold- ypur- interest" throughout.T;: '
: vfous. .excellent jjerj )rmincds anti pre.l y' i/-v .v ;"! \. Ji'\l\.. \ r".j. 1. t J\ f I
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, :, _;!.. ,' ." -' h _..- J. :1. I. 1 .hlblts 'vell-night human--i Intelligence.:I oY9Y! ]'Y I.av tie
.-1 \;:: 'Jliizz .Barton -4The.Bantami Co'w-
JUenty:, jo'L ,. sooclactiont' lsorgjo'od
? J . Simpson: : held'; high-! :)Mrs.Walter: Whlttenleft> Wednesday Y: J Mickey McGuIre comedy. jr .;: j .j, !J<5)V-See--thts' '-13-:year'-old star 'do-dif-
A for Jacksonville to spend three .
score for women and Charles Tuesdar'I'The' Cohens And- Kel- ficult .of.horsemanship j,___all_the
.Saturday iwe.eks.wlth ,her,' aunt,"Mrs.; Tyson, of l
s for'the : : :
high men : '
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'Jackson Hill. a v } tir l I's; In packed with fun atmosphere of the great 'Open' ''SPa.c'.
, :jj, tight I at rlhe \Vatanabe hotel whenk'Mr.ari'd''Mrs. Murray and; laughter from start toy filiish A
.,, viV.'fri! .,, .'. "bi: j & This_ !fs his latest picture. Copied).'
.< :JamesT: .Benrdsley.-eu.: y.u. > j:.JI t : : ? Jew-Irisher combination -of' thrift ;and'bkirneyIt .
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Louis A. Morgan left Thursday Some. big 'I3eri Hur
tertalned the Saturday Fight Bridge } will l drive''away5' '"the ones coming. ,
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club. Mrs. Frank Bucher was second back his wife and their; children JI' Trcnviis of dull careV 'Two-re, comfdjyediesday ;. :Big :Parade. What .Price! Glory! :, Lilac

high for women and her husbands ,the I _\ i Sr \ "Crook's, Can't )Yin:"]ITi&,=:Patent Leather Kid, In fact all
'I fo'rvfdiet'{ Louis! Jr ,, and! .. Made. ,. who ,spent ; '
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those V rrtfrTl'present fifgrl[ were Mn and Mrs. J. past few months with Mrs. Morgan's l 4- muffled .path and: the, crack, of ,,:l1'l! the I I'est) drill, biggest'ones'ma' ',' (.e.Ra'dip' .

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1t '--Slmpsbri Cec9w\ ', Mr.5'and'Mrs.Frank n. ; : 'H. (Mr;; .rlhCl\Ir.i: \v,.. :-"Biir-.Hookpr: : { : \ Somme_ ,' r Concerts, "' : ::

Lohls A. Morgan and Tom Smith at. ... amade l 1
delightful the of
Bucher, Charles A. Jackson. ( Mrs. GS 7ar iQ are now, through \ use ,
.t hdeU) the! regdlar meeting .of the
l idlaude-DbwnslfMrs7-"' '1 Miller "
: C: SUBMARINER STATICELIMINATOR? .
Hendry county commissioners at aL A .1 1 -

.and Al G. Lincoln. A. delightful, '. Gh W ahb71CI rit4r! <. i(' ''or" This-
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f \t bbrdini'leiJ fa 'before i P Uei,JTueBda : 'I.- ; -.- :: >= ; I latestimprovement .radio--eliminates
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> I Captain P. G. Bishop left Tuesday With,; ,dleer, h/u5ingjfippeno(:' ]0Fridays; f aritll' Saturdayscuurtrlg th-e-- mont'.'] all f
tables set for bridge. > areign1 rilcns'esV/leavine only the voice
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of August such asJJie abo 'will' bevgeeri'afl< : the
for Jacksonville where: h' will iLmeqtMrs. scenes re tfq\/ently during .
> Bishop who will arrive from rest of this monthf'Vhe 'above' I tscen8fshowl'' ''hfirgrobp'f
I llls..A.,Morgan ,was a luncheon !. la" ,yin ? & ''IC91'; t>-1-r- L.' *" r :; islU bns! ,T3vi\vori asaHtsi: Taj" n i :)q":: Cf..f\:A sn(") i "..,. '.. '
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> "th-d y.l''xhentof1H'( New .Yorkto'. ispbnd weefo: Clew tones ; .l.2/4, 't.,; .-:." \, : ., -:..!,
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.. .and \Mrs. Frank Bucher on.. Sagamore ri.1 i '' '.' ooJ ,Joo w.'ii'r !U 1'' "," i 'ro:> :"Q.iJlqb; ajrj 1 zasilssi: : nawm rn : /Have: .;you .heard theJNqw,'Kolster Radio?
yfa iot jU'i .010: a>3j.; ;.",''. ?! -':n5 r.i; io MrslcJaan:! : Whltmui.) and r; lI1ssMartha. :' : *

1 .', t avenue. Williamson who left this' /,', "Il ,Jf s a bUB .5U' '..l;" .;. <: L:: I .;3kjbjliriwnaem I srfi }o n6rtu: ; feib! : AskfornaDemonstration:; :! ; fcv: ,,M: Ilrtv/i:
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H. M. Sherwood8o? Fort0My rflr was.Ha ( : :; \ .,I ,; : :.. :-: :- .: : .. HOME APPLIANCE:;
= IfY 01 ,t"w" t;: : Z7w J CORP.9\ .;
York on a vacation were honored. .' .I AT ..i'U' R GALt : :
VT- to .:-'Lr.d Hrn ,' 40:;.',u .
1!usluess.,, visitor, qr' : ; ) : "I;aril mart ; :
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dancing party.. At the Clewiston Inn ( ::h '; 'l. \ .iav ri2 m.G. pr zap..1.f

T -Summa who spent the! '17.1, .. _. flJ:
ba ;Dl'hrJJ. r; .: mother;1. William IGi..:'Ames j was.-..host1and. .JCol- .f .yd Js'i, 'fit 'x-"' ; I .Yn. Xd fJSo7ob :acv r! rn.J. "
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past few weeks visiting his ...f. f'nA -',:., .'01 I .. .j. "J1brcri 0: ,-niri ;.f2C ot ,nsmn"J:: = --- .:
to lowing a delightful dinner Mr. and u. __. ._ _. ... .. -
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--- }J.d'(1J) f.6OJreturn \ i'&iTonffSmith.; : {. entertained ftliguests 'KinHigh grade Electric Fans r
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'to Clewiston this week. -'r i iL, .. : r'-' tJ1-:o: "; :.1.:: ..) .?.y..lr:! : :. .. I .
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at a dance In their home: ii 1 : t'I-' '" :"i :' '' -T23 T jr'j: ) 0. ; J :- :!I' .l Ji .i. :J\, i .. ill..i89(1: : ( 1Uivl

'/.:.o rah: rfhot es rr.u..; curt bnc hair: X t 1 r thoser"present; tere' : l hlectnct RefrIgerator Aniongf Jean R.. Ihe'ropularGeneral ( "ailsta'r., rt9 lies 9711'tfubQq 9v t' lu j. il. I Lailbod5l i ii
.r Hooker entertit : ?t1: )
W. C. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. 'Whitman J. F Miss MarthaVillIhnioilj'EJ .'- >ai! -'-:>:.. .: '. off!. -;' .:' '(iso /.- :;'; : \ *' : \ \ 'd' 'r.-: t& '
: yancy, 1 1'I isnoiaaimraoDi1:: bps j'v slttlt! i lo a--1 ;
itaiti dSlmdayrrwJth pWenisonidtnur! :\ ; ; Jl-K6rV-; ; William ,,1G. :.' ': "''- .: :. Glean'. and.'Noiseless; :1(i ; jyiiii : !-'. ."u i ?; -, :: ,- 'r-.Gl \ .

' IF. their home. Thdir guests were I Ames Mr. ... ": C.I.. rot ':, '. ltl.; l 5ch 1 'ti; '2 r!rb E In r2arrr87 \\'f'rhr r.t 1n'l: od.., ., {t 'lr... ? hO\ in j
and Mrs Frank Bucher :
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'Mr. and Mnr.: ;: : Louis A. Mr.. : J : : : '0. t '.f '.I.H: :' I u YQtLJ.J toAIiBEA1AN C
and al1d Mrs.
'Morgan ,
Allen, Miss Bon- ; .... ., ., JL Iolr/-. ,mId oj' 'I'f&fj .5' U'Hl .;; I .'
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. Morgan Jr., Tom Smith. .. : { LAMpc'! !;; _0 lIi[1 l) ; ,. ', ..: .', ; I I
Stone and Mrs. Stone. T r-- .. I : .' ,>;. rf :,. ;: lt:) ,.()td cfJI' r; .dg t.b : .fJ .hsl d! 't,'
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r> Stewart Gets First :.ifr! jH! ; 'idw.'Jrl'; '':(' FlJSES 1 !" i1 o[1+ilJ1t1 dPidt. :zeugr fUU: Un ,'.f or 111J''r i : ,
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." room this week with an attack of H untmgLicense 1: n "into JjS'w .-"'' .:.:.:.MOTORS '
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Ui'r()ieumaX P' tiSItliJiillGf: -3' bIr! : iGr:12; : ? r r, >: -L E. 'I j,:'r Stets' 'arty- cashier of 'the''- First .-1. vi''J1o'n (1t; .bna'lhid. ; n:.;-, .:.Jthi. .: )' ., r "I'I j' f ,'. ,. I > :)trtJ>lu nfi, oJ Jiff t Gf//?'qbt'1' e::; Y\/ ;1 ::.L :r.s: ic': s.i.ti: 9dT11s1sdi

Bank the first citzeiroFHentiry :: C\\ IJrUw! 'vlblln' Io'r r :'tfry' (; < '::......:....FIXT.URES '{cl JulJeperids R to :! Extent 1
Clewistpn. ohthe"
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! : County to applyfor 'a '* ).rrU3 :!.3)crril3 vIJ6fui-; i;.:>-:oqc.r': nci.r'; : -I! llJ
Frank >
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? Tom !''Smith; ijuitiug license tp hunt} deer, accord: J;, 'Guaranteed Electrical.'Installations ,, ., \ neatness of
t :Bucher'{ ; Mac' Sennett and lug to the records of to'lint' Ju'dge' W. '; .j ,tr ,. ( : a: your wearing rapparelijo }0Us :J 11
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i;:i ''"'l'r.: 'Cott. \Tickle ,of:''P.b rt 'tflyers'' s'pent' N.Of Henderson.-five f licenses T tHk' ii' out. to date i .\: ,:'!' ,: ,_.! Resident. : :Electrical_ Contractors: : ::: l'IIJ. nirtixi. JncJenoo srlj) ei I jl .grriiLf/fjo: ,il >r.!:'l f'1',! Hr*'

day In Clewiston on business. :;L h'?tat1 r'rrJ; ;Y J..i.iSIMPSON& i. . '! ;.' .:
< a.".- four of them were J b y Clewistontpe6je : : L,1.: r: :;iii i 01 e; j jilb
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/; Edison C: 'Speer spent two: days in ;,:1 : ;, ; SIMPSONh.Tj ','r'. ... ; ,? r, IIJI'( :. :7:J v" !l.5JiJul3;! 'Jj I Iie
( / : r ReFi[ W, TI .I ennJngton, ; ,Baptist .min} :
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t r. s"eb'ring/5on"buslherss last tt eke." f sterOof' LaBelle; In"Clewiston 1'"ih'bsp'' ;" ;( !: < ': < -i. A J- ?:' 'j'.' 'j:;!'" b your Clothes'' .;)ih :

'1. ,\ ':111.-' iR 'M."i! ; / i : ... (:.)., >'!,_" n. [>'. : to the Laundr: noi//
.. '... in addition to E. I'jStewaiyhq;' hale ()i,:, )1'IHH! ,-J ulq,1 .. .--
Mr. and 11rs."T.. Dewey Becker taken licenses" ; ( Allen I .:iftClewiston's) : Pioneer: Electricians J"t : { ? ': 3i:: : J. : : ',,: : -d.! } ; -i3o Jui 1
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home of are C. lI. ; : ?i..... '. ,. j. .,'/1 .,.. ... sIi = l'.J//.:. r:1q: 5ri! LEWISTON
'r' were dlnnerv guests At the ,I'' \.j'F'! f (..: '.:' i..1: '11: : : ( ) ".r: ::,STEAMLAUNDRYqoTj : !' '( ?id'JA
..;Mr. and 'Mrs..W.DM.: Blig lasf :Saturdav. 'lri gd BhMpY\I:'{anT. {,l.? iger. .... ,, : :"'..;'I; !" r.l r !. : ', ,i, '7.(: "JUS:' :.:.1\.1"t -
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'. -- Mrs/M. E.. Kynct was 3' "' dinner' .. ', flr,4 xJsJ; ;,Jl>L eI) L iU lril' .' 1, w .' 1 '?J: .; '' oijDuboiq'! noqL imbrgiir aqcrfsbsi: bns :VzQ' :iJ;L'Jjuli[}' t>Hj l lif. rl uJiirT"u [ (

|uest: ""at the liom94(3e or nAI1.' anllrb.t rJ ? t1O1iJZOt r,9 .1. }0..x:1, fI?. i Ctbo'n yr ;'{svr ttlf f( frrt prat! t ; -r/br/ Zcoeomcol Troiarf a tf at. ; .. r '1
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-P.M.: Wright.W2 '!' : ito, bi0? etas a V in is ,ittytrrb( : .1(. I 1 ''t r( .

,. : ,tib 5: c.! 4'' n0radr ttCtrt: r 1t0' tiD, 3siits 9t i std ': 1111 ?, noYd, 'r9t'jU'rrl u, I -, .eJififb I oiflqsis bna smulov" 'luIk,}o Moqiifq. (." ..df;"' tI. \.','. HJ{, bat izlab ..

:- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart'hadSunday aj ) '( !i'rrri' I ', v''i; '". '" :;' .;. : '"

j evening guests Mr. and Mrs' >od 'noiissilsutis atli dirVr t,9t '{Ilsr:: ( r' .'a' ,, r vl ,I'. _- tale,c.. ; 't : 1 ) l'1'\ r1 n'IOj.:: i yni9, ,JS ;isT t} 5 d#. -2 jf etttf"'vV'flai' b" is'V'. 7s1 l .," '
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I I ,,'tr:' \y. C, Hooker and Louls.A.. a [CJ'f\, oflggMr. : s !llrw av aM nojivoD) !( cHriffincrm V a .I1. l iL5V 1 '',"' ".* .,' 'w -. .' ,''. ''.'. ,'''. >m.ioairfqfiTSi.' .! fejitoio' .... :!. {nr ilduq:; .- sffl, l'l't

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! arid Airs 'Jesse' '1: PJey Xd and; zhil: lit r .1, 1 ..i17"'rk v'Id tt..IJll trlttrl 1Cf/ Jd'' iO 1Rrf1 tnq lo hour zidl[ H:>irlv/ noiJqosoi': /of'I,. es 'Jdll'ob sliftl adtifio| '-:: 3isrfTJzivalD .

::1 daughter Frances returned Saturday, 1 h. :yet 1) ',:.Tot i ',,31o earl t, omoo birrorfa ',b9Jiolfo ,

extended motor 'tr 1 a r9fLl 75.1, t00d of mid usl'ii I fzu > :)di' bas. ,ti pirio)bvIIw z :jnnsl avijasTgot: .JMa ad iiiw. zsaino
i from an p'tl W 9u1!<;: oiz I13inr0 ,* 'f i G t Tr- t 1 'X I dt : 1 I 9a. .. :
the North. m&mM&mssm, T t 6 d rL Y tl ) 9t 13 nfYto t.i sar i s nt I arluno d dil@i' 'd r .Dirt
I'- ', '.. >s brIG ,a DA'1 Zlu"5'Jt q I ( rls;). ) tHrf; > sgrcjgOjj' : f ibf; (3JlirieSS3'l : :_nc>'3 2Vi r

29a I' .sijsd :oiifjnsba: !} :: sorn:: e co gnimisl fibhoH nii=q ni 1Iu .n ,
"
j' ; Captain F. .Deaue Duff sPentaii13!$t t'I Io slqooH io"c[ 'I 1. .olcflaaoqrni ,oidli n alJ

I' (;' week; end InVest Palm Beach. ( tlr, t ,-inrlr? blsa ", Bra3t9arlI"/

'I {stnd :rL'-uu Jutitis om GI' t?
I' 4' "tV\3.\f, 1'A\Oqq: a'v\OZVh.j .\
I < Al Lincoln and Charles a Jackson rli tGVr ) r ,

!; were Sunday evening guests of Mr. rt 1 r ? i ,vib.car J; 1,9or{ ( r'4.rf 9QI1 :.> .L""m""' : : .tvr t :J. ::. ,:Tt'r-;: :'Vj::;9 .17.r. 1. ": 'J" '. )i cr{' /1 H'I\, ,

I and Mrs. William Cecil owen at Lfiaovrflte-u} iuo b4fs *v "'..31'W-9-1L-.4r: "..i. ..q"' .,. "'I' :'rt .a' rwgr.' r"r 1oodi r
their home on Crescent drive.

t-wDfTOXJ.-.2.1jg5iP: f2t aa'i.g ?-<- t'\: ill ""....-=--
WEST IS FOR AL 'tt '*fx Z'** p

New York.-Mayor James J. Walk'' : 2wot ,aiL9'{ cl l }lo bohsq s T3Yo yrtaubni i&sua 91(1 -ni i zaiimJi! l

er returned to a sweltering 'New aid lo msHluoS io l5ivoig ;
isguB snJ
9.!
'" X3 iq
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; ur"Ja r! Jr51i;(! t. t. .7t '' trlrilrllJ fir 9rJA !li iatsb
York after a six week's tour, of the _
i !io enwldoiq! ,: '!"V' fi' eiisgxi ni 3<
west, which began with his trip to dBfJ\M: I\W'EI1 ,

the Democratic national convention ., dI B 23bsl3i3/3 nt )({hon 3ftf ftiiiW 1 RbY 11 toCS-ft no 1G3U! :;aibabn,. .
... r' L, {
'', 'sJG3i:) r r 4 7 ) oli 'ltrSialslY9 ,.t '

?, .at Houston. ,". ... r,:. .V'.: "' ".beanRh )(f il'I ,II9VT'' Isiaiuo-I bas oai: i iSl l olio4 15H! ,sda3 ni nshsqxo= ? 'to-eiB t >Y .sbiiol'
Ho said he was delighted to find ; '.' cl 1
"everywhere ,an unbelievably strong,' ,J ; pa a, ;'rqr /lt :. d J r' UIJtt J; 19 a pi ym IJ'RvlJu olI ; fIsH .'IM oJ 3V63 (Jb.lqG:) Ii97a lIsuhi'i c.i b"I't! 9 d( tbid'NU:
ti I Jtrr lift:" .bbb' 'i(1'(4( r
solid support for Governor Smith, I Y J J" rijuo8 aril o) noiiiup3fi: skLsuUv! { fl mid :brn cbirt-r'r znaiJSD: Jlso up 'J:! "
.
f o i qi'1 rr s: UU J ''till Irr 11r'Ir
particularly in the Republican "states ., i it
I It 1 /JUOJ .{asqn:0): tSniBu ?'
of Washington and Oregon, and in &
.
,
the somewhat doubtful state' of Cali J 1 z iJl6 is '{I eisrrrt.tn9 ing f?tj V'21ple t tU tth:: U' nari :b emo t .
"
.
fornia. 3, .I)' ', "' Nita 19' rtr t :; :iH bsniu iJiH sii ooniz gt dlHsQ .D .8 )o enoilo/s/ ,Ht no.ilahss.: r ,1
J
"Hostility to Tammany simply does i ,
not exist he declared: predicting, 1 td u ) .tr ,1, "t.I.Ity Jr 1 91rd'1T"' si G no noitouboiq icguz: }o anijiliciiaaoq!! arts (but3) ol jsbnoH! bs"vo!

that the three states he mentioned other enSa 10'a e e a t of a dining room as well as to other lines'/oJEs l lsi
If r ili 't.' I., 'J.t' f+' ut'L i'J ,T9r{,..' (' I
would swing to the Democratic '
1 nom 1 rll bobnsmmo 1 sli&3 .6 "? 'lo 1oii brie bblnsjaM} oat. Q
i _;inee. r ,, : :>:oi' > 70. .0; *

As to the assertion credited to Assistant 1 7J '" riaiflvr;r m' aaEnisib rsmso JXsVI! .!'* q1Uq ifiguj iol: noiJas" :; 3iJ;!:: iJinBoG
VV O, 'jo uric j u < nfi7n: i .'1 /' '1ti/ 1x11'<" r Lousiness. i
Attorney General Mabel Wi 1- HuG ."=! nisi sD bas noirnsH bn
i usrlJ b9voiq''niz2s
Now Chevrolet 'the' t I ; ft I J t iJ? ."I I //JUidc ,
lebrandt that the liquor laws are' presents new utility truck I
embodying features '' :,f / [ i ZB nv/onx Ibw IbS .51..T 1 sisilvr ,9nfi5 )as) f'o aoHoJsq bwiiiiil /"
! constantly violated in New York, the new that add still flrtier.,tome ;CTjifc} ::

t I '. mayor said: sensational value ofa product- already so pop } tom slyer zitqr.:9 !lioe sdi }o znoiJcbnammoai: : '01 :Ucb b'Olq! 'O;-;) !

i: "If thtls is true, it gouth ular that it has made,Chevrolet worlds largest rrto'IJIrwfai, 5d 1 )1l'Jr,( !Him is 8U ME! 10 F nibIVud f 9tlf 'txit': .s''i1iJ: ":u:
! "It this is true, it ought to .betopped. builder of trucks. T ,
,' It unqoybt.p4yr} f asqnftjjatiseveral-J.oi
Il PJia.r
I'M say this, though, that :. I I' ,.r' ,,l .;.IS, : { }

I after traveling 10,000 miles, I wasn't A new 4-speed transmission, with an, extr-arlow :' ;irmui'J'i: i b S'on :Ji:,',/ a3i' tz9 5"Oni ,btbnru': ;;<'.' ':nov":j. '?9qoM I;!!,. .- //-. .:

In one .,place where there was any gear that gives tremendous pulling power for
'
difficulty to see and get .liquor. I heavy roads, steep hills and deep sand! Powerful 1' families'-- in 'town :'are'finding: It' more economi-; :"

..... ,didn't take advantage of this, h6w- non locking 4whoel braked, with an independent; (Chassis only) ,,V ': :" ,. ;: : .:J' '[!"'I') 'f I: I.: [,.r'i J : [:!," : '.' ,1

'... ever. Still there was no question emergency and parking brake Full ball, bearing .I. /ot. Flint> Mich : t:8)' HkvS"! 't'1'.} ?' !)r(1!! ''C"'O' '':/ .-'i.T-L '
..;about being able to get liquor." wormand .. f cal : a least one big meal a :4ay at the:
.. 4 O ear steering mechanism! And 1',1" ,
in "
ad ,
DREDGE BEING REPAIRED .titasgr: '15HmIo1[ J, !lL '. ; !l.I l.- I .n
dition all those other basic .. ,. :.. ',:. 'l :.rr..IJ.;'..:1 .'. '\ I .
for which engineering features I, ,.", ',." .:..r,(.. ;-, 'f'.t 'i": ,r, c ""I).' I I I Ij -'i I;- 'il- } :OlJi'J[ :I :Y9Y."I:: (T 1JdJ'tllr! ;-",) In' J',:" ..,!,)U1. n ..>... .I ,1.1.( .. :. .
Chevrolet i
his < t
Fort l\Iyers.-T)1a dredge Sarasota m today long been famous! Come ,, ; ''i. :': ; ': W.atanabe10r, [: ", i'-: '.,.I-; .... .. I.I.' ',..J'I "V '1 5'; 'l! .... .
which was damaged Friday when the arrange for a trial load demonstration 1CLEWISTON j ::' ,':: .I:, ;:' I ,:; : :: I

river steamer City of Tampa collided ., '. ;'' '... ': .,. '.f,1'> 11 n.o11.6si Ji81O oril rli ':r LJ.B.U': ; '., :" :' <: 'rl.u I; ; ',1';' << I; : '. '
'fo. "ff HI) '" 1 I" .,
with ll, Is undergoing repairs at Fort .., ; .1 t' \:" I ::1 'nJ. .:.. .... _' : I J/lhf.: ; ) bflfi h.l',; .;+1,!( t rJ'J :i'I,: : '.::1-: <
h' >tilyers. ', .

The dredge will be ready to go MOTOR. : "
Co : iWAT ANBEHOTEL
back into operation tomorrow night ; i. ::1 .,ii r : '. ", 'To
.in Is engaged the Calosahatchee In digging river a 10-foot,: where chan it CLEWISTON.I FLORIDA ... ., : I. I f' I h rirfl, l! MI. :- .'r', rlon/I] 10c.. '\ o"1) :nf!r"\ :!'-- '' '; '::1::! J-;;! 1.fi :' :.r'!;,'.' ,.'..:.tI.

nel. It will complete Its work within I.{ ; RS. ".CLAUDS'r. .DOWNS, t Managcr/fix//: : a. n.: :'.' '.1." "I

the next two weeks and will then 1 I Iv'a : var.iit[ '1G !ovsrlJuoS1srfl! brfft: f-knoi'i: rdil.'iiq! !ort) i -' -
prime to Tampa for it's annual over
hauling. \ R L D S L A C t i ,
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page 4 CLEf VIS TON NEWS, CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 102S



--i Successor The to Clewiston The ClQwiston> News Progress. An Accidental Accomplice I i > CABBAGES AND KINGS ':'

.
Entered as second-class .matter February 8, 1928, at the post office ,--- : .
BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON EQUALIZATION' PARROTS --\ -
at Clewiston Fla., under the Act, of March 3, 1879. :. .
Copyright 1928, Doubeday, .Doran & Once more the lawyer's lip gave

LOUIS: A. MORGAN . .. . Publisher. Company vent to' a whistle surprise.!' From t In olden times, seafaring men were wont to bring. back' from foreign '1J '*.


TOM SMITH . . : . .. . Editor. WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFORE. the expression on his face fear rose ,Climes, parrots which they had schooled on long voyages to repeat_ certain
gOIng'
In Carol's heart that he! was : ,.
.
Subscription Rates ___ Carol Dare, New York society girl to refuse to be her father's counsel, ,I phrases To those hearing the bird repeat these phrases, there seemed to' be .

By mail in Florida engaged to Beverly Weeks, scion ofa and she hurried on desperately: I
By mail, outsIde/ of Florida $2.50 Dne year. $2.00 wealthy family, consults an oriental "But I have two thousand of my evidence of the parrot's expressing thought, but these who understood know
One year mystic to learn whether she will be
1-50 Six months 1.00 own in the bank. You can have all
Six months happy. She is told to wait and pon that die bird was merely repeating a series of word sounds which it hadmemorized.
1-25 Three months .75 that if you'll only get father
my ,
months
,
Three this advice her .
I dering on on way | ...... .
NEWS' PLATFORM home, she is rescued from the pathof free." -- :. : ,..i,\ .',. ,. '

1\\Of Okeechobee with water transportation. an approaching automobile by one "Look here, young lady," said
Lake
control
1. Definite
2. .Early completion o? the highways for local transportation and.I Alan Mason, who later proves a real Schreyer,' his heart filled with admiration For, the past several weeks scurrilous attacks )have. been launched'
friend, when Carol's father Banker
of products ___ at her chivalric and self- against Hurd L. Reeves
concentration, and John Dare Is arrested and lodged in county tax assessor. The first gust blared forth .
3. A substantial downward, revision of freight rates on vegetables sacrificing devotion, for hard and J
jail ,on an embezzlement charge. '
'
other products' of this region to the northern markets. association for On going to see her father In jail, shrewd as he was, he. was a Jew, and ,misinformation. n that, LaBelle was groaning under a great load' of taxa ..
marketing
4. The fail functioning of, a cooperative she aids in the escape of Benny to the Jew the sense of obligation

both buying and selling purposes- Bergman, exconvlct, who later to parents always is cherished and respected tion. In answer. to this the Clcwislon. News: after an investigation pointedout ..

show ''his gratitude learns that her father
,
"Look here, you keep your and specific
and
gave instances
I was the victim of a plot and names where LaBelle taxes had actually
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1928 ; money right where it is, safo in the
; seeks the assistance of Rev. Triggs,
been .
lowered.
bank. "We'll of .
get father out ,
pastor of a fashionable church. The your t

A NEW HELP FOR SHIPPERSAnother minister refuses however, and after ;prison and cleared of these charges, \
News and advertising column in the
the escaped convict has gone, the and then we'll talk about payment. space Clewiston News arc too
in Florida farmers was taken last ,week by minister realizes his I
helping
despicable
con
big
step "We'll find out, too, where nil, his valuable to permit the .reprinting of article
an two weeks
old
,. but for the
distribution of the duct. ,
with the series -
Nathan Mayo's department of agriculture money has gone, and see if \\e can't .
In the meanwhile Carol finally decides '
of graphic charts of commodity prices and shipments of agricultural to write to Weeks and release get some of it back. Sam Schreyor, above story we refer to page one of the Clewiston News issue of July 27.

which compiled by the state marketing bureau of the department him from their engagement. She then little Sam Schreyer, will handle yourfather's I
products, was
That the attack on the tax assessor is not being conducted in the interests ,
goes to Sam Shreyer, the laywre to case, and if he doesn't getyour'father I .
of agriculture. ,
whom she was directed by Benny
off scot free it chan'icost : of better government as was explained in'a soul stirring grand stand
The, charts book, the first of its kind ever issued in the state, will be Bergman, to ask him to handle herfather's you one cent-" And then, in

case. spite of his good Intentions, his bus is in the fact that rather than the Clewiston News
of inestimable value to the farmer who is interested in working a substantial play, seen answer state-
,NOW GO ON WITH THESTORY."But iness acumen reasserted itself, as
living out of the productive' soil of the state. To the hit-and-miss type I'1 ho added,' "Except of course, for expenses ment of facts, the attack was slightly revised and now comes forth the cry 4fc

of farmer, the books will be of little: value, and 'as Commissioner Rhodes why did :you come to hie?" necessary expenses." .

who' r He shot the question at her ex What did he care about a fee that inequality and injustice are the main issues. We arc now at a loss to
explained, "Only those expect to follow growing or handling of these plosively. Her appearance In his office Think of .U, he, little Sam Schreyer, I ..

crops for a ,series of years can make the best use of this xolume." was a poser to him. Although the East Side lawyer, the defendei[ |know whether the attack is on Hurd Reeves or the county commissioners as

of thugs, of gangsters, gittilg a wonderful -

Reasons on which the publication of the ,book k based were well outlined he had' a large and, profitable clientele oportunity 'like this, getting, a an equalization board.. '

all the cases that hitherto had chance to pit his wits and his skill!
in Commissioner Mayo's foreword in which he said:
come into his office were of a vastly against the most respected leaders Possibly those who sponsor the attacking articles would be interested

of the bar, of being in position to C
a
different sort.Starting
The service of an actuary is indispensable to an insurance company. ,
fight, to bait, and to worry old Prosper in learning the modus operandi of tax assessment equalization.. It is our
No one can calculate the length of the life of an individual but by the law as an East Side office boy Strong. Gladly would he have I "-

of averages, the expectation can be approximately estimated. The same is in a law firm, he had worked and given half of all he possesed for such honest belief that the tax assessor's duties' are to make up a list of tax as-<
wormed his by defending thieves
up ,
a' wonderful opportunity as this. Regretfully -
} true of other insurance risks. gangsters, murderers, husband slay I he thought of his poor old ,sessments. It is also our honest belief that' the county commissioners meetas
them clear methods ,
ers getting by
father, sewing away at a pile of
! "There is a risk in everything. It is the constant aim in all lines of that, made more respectable lawyers I clothing, his father long dead- W I as an equalization board to hear complaints and make adjustments where

business to eliminate risks and uncertainties. One of the great risks is market shake their heads disapprovingly", by his father would have rejoiced if he
'
getting his name and picture into could advisable. O also se"rves with the incident of the -
have
lived to. see the heights memory us ; county commissioners
fluctuations.. The risk in price changes is closely connected with pioduc- the
newspapers as frequently as pos his little Sam had achieved! .

\lion risks., Shortage in supply. tends toward increase in price and vice versa, sible. Waving aside her protestations of (, meeting as this equalization board: hearing complaints and mak-,
More recently, it is true, his :
cut other effective agencies are often brought into play: to influence. price. practice gratitude, he plunged at once .into ;
had changed somewhat, and his the details of the case. As she told ng certa'in'adJ'ustments.

r Arbitrary regulation' of supply to demand may affect materially. the price methods had grown more ethical. He him all that she had learned aboutit 1

pf the commodity. The ostensible purpose of the great cotton and grain had gone into politics and had been he listened intently. When sh: We have every confidence. in ,the integrity. of 'Hurd L. Reeves and in


i.f' '; .exchanges is to obviate some-of;. the risk in handling l .!these ,great, staple crops. rewarded fend "graft"with cases opportunities, and once to he hadb de .I expressed of her the father belief while that In the the poisoning Tombs I the ability of the county.... commissioners, ,',J to'_ sit. as .an' equalization, board. If ,," -

"Through all the fluctuations and mishaps attendant upon production, ee rf "associate -counse 1 in .a_ street was part of a .deliberately laid plot '
, \ hearing but the motives of the opposition truly sincere why then the centering of
railway: of importance, I to get him out of the he noddedin are. ,
and marketing there .runs the law of averages.. To help all concerned to understand way
.. hitherto his only contact with the
agreement, and 'as she told of her '
: this law is the of this volume and graphic charts. the attack when the face of it equalization, of must
;r purpose upper financial and social circles had visit to Prosper Strong's office{ !he on one man, on taxes

1 been limited' to a'n ocsasional brealhof smiled understandingly. "
; ,, .' f "So far as we, know this is the first attempt to' render such service to promise suit Drought by a chorus But when she had finished c he began 'finally rest 'with the equalization board.. ,;

J* the public in colored graphic ''form. t girl against 'some<;) millionaire 1 of .sportive asking questions, terse; staccato t *
tendencies. The Clewiston News will ever meet even a semblance of"-logic withf
questions that made Carol feel woefully

-4: : There can, be little doubt as to the reception ,which this work of progress That a girl of the upper set, Unsolicited I ignorant and ashamed. Howlong -
rt;,. should hIs office I logic. But. when all this imaginative sobby whop-de'doo about rsecutedediters'
to
come
will be met. Progressive farmers will welcome it, and the Clewiston I had her father been presidentof
and invite him to become her father'scounsel I the bank?
How much of the stock
I1; News Commissioner and rare associated press stories, we will 'answer the latter with the
congratulates this
Mayo on great step which can only in a case involving the city's did he control? Who *were on the

result in puling .Florida farming on a more scientific basis. : ', greatest financia 1 interests, seemed board? Had her father previously reminder that the A. P. 'wants FACTS ,and as for the' former, let us borrow

r,',v. incredible, impossible. been in 'any deal with Strong?' To all the expression of Major Hoople of the cartoons with a fervent "Faugh" !
.. "Mr. Bergman," she said simply, I such questions she could make no

W. C. HANSON'S, APPOINTMENT --:' "told me about you-Mr. Benny' answer.
"
I I '
I Bergman. "I only know," she asserted, Day by day in every way the new good road gets nearer and nearer.
Announcement this week of the appointment of W. 'C. Hanson, as "Bergman," he: echoed amazedly, I "Prosper Strong is 'responsible. He

l local manager of the operations of the Southern Sugar company' at Clew hardly believing his own ears. .1 1 told me himself he was. He admitted J :
avocado'es'of season'this
"Yes," she said "Mr Benny Berg-! We tasted our first the week so we know summer -
that it
he
was who
iston is, item of worth of consideration. forged my father'ssIgnature.
an news A survey .of Mr. Hanson'sactivities hesita'ted !
man. You see- she wondering I It is he who should be in is here. .

i?' in the sugar industry over a period of 15 years, shows the,officials whether it was safe to tell' jail." | ,

of the Southern Sugar company to be continuing their policy of bringing it/ but remembering Beauy's confidence -| "Was' there' any one present in his It's almost time to start making up some foursomes for the new golf
in t he lawyer, she continued I'j office with you when he'told you 'j( ,
..' in experts in every line to cope with a d.solve, the problems of growing -"I helped him to escape from the. this?" !course. < ..
s. I .
fro ;. and grinding sugar on a commercial basIs.the northern, Everglades of Tombs prison." I 1.-: there: alone. I j r t

i. : "Benny Bergman!" he exploded. He shook his head. I skinned the essentials of 'college training -
Florida. Years of experience in Cuba Haiti f j The three creatures to proved a
: Porto Rico and .
Louisiana
: ., "Well, I'll be damned." I I "That's too bad. If ..
there
was only
'
!\,'. during which he served In virtually every capacity, gave, to Mr.. Hanson "He advised me to get a go d'law-lone corroborating witness to that ate the coon, the'sheep'and Dad. Bridgport Telegram. .....

,! the qualifications' which make him a valuable acquisiton to the Southern yer," she added"and mentioned i\i| confession, 'we ,might prove it." [
.' your name." i Springs'well drillers found white substance that stretched
"You
:-- Sugar' I mean, she cried, "that they,I. Tarpon a
! company. "Good for Benny!" he exclaimed I.won't: believe, me?" \like rubber. Next thing we know Florida will develop rubber mines.-

( This policy of getting, only the 'best men in their respective lines has enthusiastically. "Tell me, how did lj!!i! "You can't expect them to,. without ,
/. you happen to know him? Hod did:ia, corroborating 'Tampa} '"Tribune. Isn't that stretching it? '
characterized the actions of B. G. 'wItqess.Old Strong/ .
Dahlberg since he first turned his ( ;
eyes
t you ,meet him? ]'is I '
. a wise bird. He knew he was perfectly -f) ', .'
toward Florida to study the possibilities of production large "While I was sitting in my ,car,' safe that makes frame '
i t sugar on a In, talking to you. He Give me a window pane a ;6 .
l .. scale here. waiting to go into the Tombs to see I knew, that even if you went on the I II ,.
i:' father 'j Around, a setting sun, ,>
my Benny 'climbed the :
'i.: Professor Rosenfeld and Professor F. S. Earle recommended the land prison wall. They were chasing over him I jury stand would and told not what take:happened!: it seriously., the .,.,:. Give me a garden walk that leads me back .. .-..:

of f this section for ,j Next and I hid him in my car and tookhim They'd think \ ? ' the 't
... sugar purposes. came drainage in which Elliott I j you were only a loving ;.r To' home when day is done.. :_rv:

.: and Harmon and Captain F. Deane Duff again proved their ability. Followed tured uptown.and shut I couldn't up again let him in be prison.cap-(! save daughter a guilty perjuring father.herself The story to try is too to I :: ;: _' .!; ..

'patches of test cane, where 'J. R. Zcll well known I just couldn't." ( I. '.
as a sugar au preposterous. 'J< ,.." A rendezvous enshrined in love, ;.,

L thority proved that the recommendations of the soil experts were more than "No," said the lawyer, "of course"j "But you believe it, don't you?" <:) 1:. With sunny southern skies above, ';. ,...,..::
couldn't. Where ,
t you 1s" Benny'now? she asked aghast. .
t.. justified. Next the building of the sugar mill, where the internationally "I don't know. J haven't seen him ij,; "I know !it's' true. Any one hearing r' .-: Where mocking birds cheerful song, :;;:--:.' ;)"-/:;:

known firm of Smith'and Ames of New York and Havana "was' broughtin. since. He spoke of going over to you tell it here in my office would ,:-; (. Keep rhapsodizing all day long.They've ,. : ".:..,<,

.. As the operations expanded, more experts were needed resulting in the New The Jersey to dodge the police." I know It was the absolute truth. But '' :..:-
lawyer nodded understanding-in ;. ; J
i. court it will be different. ; ,
arrival of P. A. Poche. G. R. Rackstraw E. J. Kerr R. Y. Pattersonand l ly. i Strong ., '
:
boasted
i, to you that he has his plans < written sonnets to t the moon.,. ,_
Captain P. G. Bishop who "But you will take my father's case', all made. He will have : ",::
was formerly operating vice president of witness after : To gorgeous days knee-deep in June,
won't ? Insisted '
you Carol. witness, wlw will
". .'.\' the Cuba Cane Sugar corporation and is now .affiliated with the Southern "Of course," he said; "of course." against your' father.pile It up would evidence be :. '\ :;; '; Why doesn't some good poet write, .: :}: ..

"' Sugar company in a similar capacity. r Take the case of John Howland Dare? worse than useless to have'' you tell .. : ,J':;,, :.. Of little. cottages of white. :' .
.
He would have gone .
far and donemuch t'-
the
The rich story. It -.
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. better cane than many other sections of the world, but of what use ," added Carol 'I want to be ""'e'll find some other line of at- : ... :.,: ,.,. .; Where trellised flowers guard the door

the possibilities unless those connected with the organization were sufficiently perfectly frank and fair with you I tack. When can I see ,your father?" ''IJ ...-" ,, Where rugs of blue adorn the floor,
must know what R
going to
you are Before she
acquainted, with the industry to appreciate and cultivate these could answer a young with ruffled laces
Where curtains deep
charge us, for we haven't much mon man, possibly. a junior partner, burst ,

possibilities_ .' ey." unceremoniously] Into the room. ;r. Catch the sunbeams tarnished graces. S

f This fact was fully appreciated by B. G. Dahlberg and Mr.-Han- "What's. that?v". he asked sharply. "Stella]) Van's outside, raising ,Cain"he .

son's "John Howland. Dare hasn't much said. .. ..:
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organization in which i internationally kown experts are charged with the She nodded. said. Schreyer impatiently. With joys like these we all can share .

responsibility of putting Florida and the Southern "Everybody thinks we are rich I "I tiled. She insists on seeing you
Sugar company inbe\ always thought so, but :Mr. Seaton -wants The beauty of the smaller things
to
start suit at"once against
northern Everglades solidly on the list of the larger sugar producers of the says we haven't anything, and that Dev Weeks" '. :. That to our }hearts; such pleasure brings. 't"

world even the furniture In our house is -" ---, -. / ." :"- -=Edith- Becker
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Second Hand Reconditioned

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a romptr-'IjT'nibdele'u'i =:If.iick quit:=:''- ::2 :"
i. MANY SMALL FACTORIES IN STATE portion of the gulf opposite 1 Hints To Housewives : -Better Meiru ----- -.
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t;" coVerod: 'llatid'.is' saf 'lo b'evoifo of tire ;? .Avoid\ (Novelties-Odd closing, bows tween. tho legs. These romper' rout' '1J \.
further estimates that a vineyard only 30 1 h 11 : 3 fl q3a
Florida was I
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largest beds world'' collars do not "belong to I ton on the shoulders cut4:low- '
and vegetable r
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jjf,'' brought out this week In Associated months old'wIll produce two tons to The clams are of large size. .Theyare rompers. If ,the color Is becoming and \ Butteret
activities the Jgood vineyard, properly tinder the arms. The. best material: (Cabbage Green Pea M
fa' Press reports concerning the acre.: : taken, canned and shipped north. the cut of the garment is simple and : l q F ITT 0
Its owner for "s'nits''J Is JAT'loosely'-wove( ( clot i1liC>; B kell'otato, 5t10Cookies
state in- cured for, should yield to sun { *
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of those compiling Clam: juice, it Is said contains an ingredient :. pleasing: few ,decorative' features are J 1 :-:
dustrial now nearing comple- from $700 to $2,000 an acre a year, needed. ton,: fabric, but I '. :
: survey which quickly rusts in tin foc:, ,Mql\eF Actionswlih ,
tion. While earlier reports on the survey he declares. even when the can is sealed. It has, 'Materials-Cotton' materials are the ; come\.Ihfo..r,-ireniue tI contact MflKI: A 9r tlIA5icocon

broughttivities out such well known ac- An investigation into the production been most with mother earth ar ,,
only recently that It was discovered appropriate as they will withstand prints and colored -

as the sugar cane productionin of Tupelo honey, particularlyalong that the expedient of applying '. frequent washing The, child 'cottons may be used. In rthesc,, :airy QOi3'oj Vectab- I.

the Clewiston and Canal Point the west bunk of the ApalachL shellac to .the Inside ofthe can rendered under' 2 years, should wear soft,. little garments the sunbearns" can 1)eht ,I Lima Benu-g: .,R Soup v.-

sections, the peanut plantations far cola river and csrcciacliy In Gulf it impervious to the action of smooth materials, such as gingham, ;'cau", _,$ by rosy: skins even>yhilc7J'play, sb,.. Turnip Greens'.
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ther south :and the cement plants and county, surprised the industrial survey the juice and enabled the juice to be cotton' crameuse, cotton crepe,. ca- ;fs-in. progress. '
t Stewed Prunes' mines in the neighborhoodof Information hunters. They declare canned.. I i !.
phosphate teen, prints, and fine broadcloth.. Theolder. I -
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the survey during the P1st few many bees native to the region that discovered "that mountains' of clam as galatea, khaki, gingham, suitIng w'dj-'ei' ..whicn-Is JioL-in-daflyJise__ : ._ .jhquldbei -. ----.- -- -_. i[:'

weeks brought out many additional help to gather this crop, but that shells, possibly adapted to being made or poplin. f During hot weather I :litdtecte fro \:'- n'tact.. withVthiTair ":T'j'7rr-; : :':': :j' -: '-- Jir: :'..bn'ions-'""..... .,

: factories, hitherto little' known to ex.. bees are shipped in during the-'Tupelo lnto buttons, are accumulating in the :fabrics which, are, too stiff and' heavy -whichoftencontatnstracesof TurnipGreens-Creamed-

rr ist in the state. blooming season which only' lasts for vicinity of the clam canneries and should'not be choseir as they db' not sulphureted hydrogen or marsh gas. Ice -'CGrn Bea d ...

f'' Mention' is to be made,' it was frcm three to six weeks, from as faraway 'are so far, merely waste.' permit enough ventilation.The T[ s-1s-tfm t t"hne mp'tn'SIIvCi::"I ..Cream. "CookiesFruit' .,- ..,

f,;' stated of these small industries in as two hundred miles. This honey In central Florida, a man has discovered beneficial action; of the direct occurs in 'lIumin ting gas, sewer gas I \ ,

,: the report of the survey being come they say, has the exceptional Capacity -II what he declares: is' a paintto sunlight on the unclothed body is 'and I many other compounds and contaminates J
of Commissioner of resisting granulation, and ''I : .. peg.tb} Soup- ,
pleted under the supervision be used on vessels'which containsan now generally recognized. Many the 3ffioaSietojll f 0il'Jewelers l llaz r"n q j 4 '
Nathan therefore, is especially adapted to J t1 S1;] H Hiked Potatoes
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I( of Agriculture ingredient which kills any times supervised arm baths with no prevent .II.St@{.ict'Tomato' Ir r
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::; Mayo. medicinal purposes., acles that might cling to it. barn'-'J clothes are .out of tile question. An which is exposed for sale in Lettuce and '

;.', The searchers for industrial infor- Incidentally, the industral survey I manufacturing the paint in excellent solution is the sun romper slop windows by coating the articles Cookies Toamto Salad:: j
" char- has determined that the valuation of 'With
: '' mation 'found, for example, that quantities thus far but if his with n semitransparent top of lawn, cblfedioin5clIlnfcdtawftJi 1 J q rf'C
.'. coal for medicinal purposes is being. bees in Florida is estimated at about 1 proves to be correct, It was theor.1 voile,. or bobblnet. The boy's: aim I Collodion may be obtained af any 'IhLk 10 srro Fruit'Creamed n,. I cea,

,:.:." shipped. by the carload as far as Seattle $200,000 and that the crop of honey it is believed that millions of dollars 'drug' sto! .J o Jrfo%a ealer i In. Jiiotograpnls -,, j 2 r j tjVegetajil I I'lIIO, jI
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IS: are being made in a small factory of 250000.: who, up to this time, have to send FOR SALE wash the articles, dry them, and heat .f: KRica'svfi fISH ,

:: on the East Coast and shipped in Charcoal for medicinal purposes, it their ships to dry dock ,every so oft them slightly over the fire. Apply Milk CScoa t 1

t ," quantity to New York, that the man is stated, is a by-product of what is I en to have the barnacles removed. ,the ,collodion- with a wide,, soft brush. Fruit'

of golf balls is an industry known as the "destructive distillation" Coast1 Pure Everglades Honey in combs. r. r 1 !
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': of the ; a saw mill there are being manufactured Forty-five pound' cans 20c per pound, I

" ing made at one place that a con. .other products from old Stumps, a 'variety'of toys. Includedare ; I L'''''''" '''r''''.'I".,..,..,,...,, ,,..,.,:,r., .rj''if1 -" -. --T Il
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fiber gnarled limbs and other "waste" materials 1O. B. Clewiston
: siderable quantity of palmetto model little ships and many ,other ,Fla. 'if1-------- l ,
brushes left when timber land has
; is being utilized in making .
things dear to the heart of youth. A\, HALL CIewistonr .enod '
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and that even a market has been discovered been !cut over. The wood is ''placed in They are shipped to New York, where Fla. '" 1\ .
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group discovered an Armenian these goin into "worms" to be 1 I > : / tt
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above any other locality in the Unit- of the process, there remains. in the engaged in making rules for : :, : ; '" t
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ed States is suitable for growing retors only charcoal, exceedinglypure I engineers, accountants and others.. .. Fla. : ; :: : if'L;:: j
is admirably and clean. Several such little .. :7
grapes. The soil, he claims Palmetto 1I
fiber Is being used to I :
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adapted to grape make brushes in a number of small I will be in; my: office in' Moore;. I : ; :\i.t'| 'I, 1 j 1i
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and big stated that the value the products '' I
climate is almost perfect of factories in 'Floridti'; the largest be_ ( i
Haven : :
markets are near enough to enable from the stump and other materials ing located at. Cedar Key' and .palmetto : on'', the following dales::, i: -j. Before : j I
left when 'land ,is cut exceeds \ June ,,11121314151GJuly Completion: :: : 1
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the original value of the timber. l 2-3 G"7:23 2j.25-26'727:2S' : ': .
condition. the original tree, the trunk and'stump -, Ai .: .

He believes that growers can real- :Taking, of spongl, it was found, dies, but sprouts come up from the August 13441516I7IS.FAIRBANKS. : : ;, .ii,' .., .:.,,. ..

,ize ,from' S35ft to ?440 per ton', and occurs not only at Tarpon Springs, I roots. As a result, although the.; Cedar ---" ,'...,., / i. .* ': ..

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[43 WHY YOU SHOULD OWN A HOME. I. Another factory which has been op- Cables and Hopes Licensed Real state Hroker .. ..
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/ Belting and Rubber Goods- \ .
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I Hoists- andj Feed: Grindera:! J f Clewston 1 .. FloriiJai ,.
I Is moving near DeLand, where a. new Y. ,

J I ;. plant costing in the vicinity; of half MANHATTAN MERC.. CORPi. '. ,:' 'I. ....
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COUNTY.. IN CHANCERY. ''I I :,,:?: .' :': ':41 : A \ 1 1,500 I I ton a days, u gar. mill nearing. completion.: \,-J: 7: >,L.: !.'... I

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ADVANCEMENT Q The Cdot.c:1' : .Cam,-+pnr a laws corporation of the State existing of Iowa under, and ,tIne do- \ '" :';'.:", .. ,: !'". '\" .; .". .:. '. v ;, .. ;. :.>:.1\. .. ;:..,,<:. >.

ing business in the State of Florida ,I -" .": nearIng ma t url t Y. "lj -J,.."' I.
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"Graham minis a raise. What do you Complalntant, -- .,.'. '. ;:, \ :, ,

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has just noughi a homt Real 'Estate Holding Corporation, ,,
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SUGAR BOWL CAFE I appearing from affidavit appended I >'S under .1
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We are having delivered from ou bakery at ., paws of the State of Florida,'are non- I, ,r. :' \ /i. -

Moore H'averi- place residents of business of the State; and of post Florida office, the ad. :: The Southern terminus of the ridge division of the :: ,t' .

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-' FRESH BREAD DAILY SOD in, the State of Florida, service -.<., ,,: : : ':, ;: 'I ... ;\\Ij.:{;':;";'" :

hom would, bring the said defendant -. i The .' .
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'' i i"r ( Corporation, it is therefore I. ii .:. port on : :: f G
This l"enable to eliminate 's umnier ordered 'that said non-resident defendant S r'' f1S ,
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.wI you your ., > The black hundreds
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to.the Bill of Complain in ,
appear '
Baking.. Our bread is baked, ,, <{ said cause on or before the 3rd day : of dollars of rich winter vegetables 1 1t' \" ''
::1 A. D. are grown every year. ,>:
.. of September, 192S, otherwise (,I o & h.
Fresh Every ,Day j i ... the said bill will be taken as confessed ." ." An unbeatable 1 ... ,"'".-r.. '.
by said defendant. ; ; :. community spirit. '
Ii is further ordered that this order -
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CAKES PIES ROLLS BREAD be published' In the Clewiston I,
News, a newspaper>er published In said I d, .. : ,;
County and State, once a week for .. .II
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four consecutive-weekS. I ..::. :: ::: \ i, k .>
And Special Orders For Your Party 'J Done and ordered at LaBelle. Florida : ( ...:; (1'

this the 26th .day of July, A. D. 1 ::, ,

Cakes 1 will be a part of our service i:/!I y 1928. WILLIAM T. HULL ,; >: ClEWfSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I; i iI i


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Clerk of Circuit Court,' .in aril. for .;
} Hendry oCunty. Florida. : ,
: By Ruth E. De Laney, D. C. ", '::, ,: .

State of Florida) < .
SUGAR BOWL CAFE County of Hendry) I \\
(: I hereby certify that the above and: : 'S
foregoing is a true copy. of the orig- "

"Good Home Cooling"Clewiston said inal order cause and of publication filed in 'my made office at in .1 ,< ,;\::/I ,;;: AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL ; :

( LaBelle, Florida July 26th, 1928._ : '[: .,'. : ., I:
WM. T. HULL : :.
Fla."I Clerk of Circuit Court

By Ruth E. De Laney, D. C.

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a home, new or old, right now. these homes are winter-warm,.sunfirier cbblp Juiet"\ dry r ,. an attractive :wall finish for: any: room in the mabJ !

This material is.Celotexthe. amazing.lumber ..thatT strong and about % more econoxhicilo-hea: : or you can decorate it in many ways with paints
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moisture. quiets noise. Celotex is not cut from trees, who built before CeloteJ ::was availablearevnow making, face of Celotex, forming an insulated wall strong!, .;

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! :.. .e' The roof is:: the most 'exposed; yet ',the, 'now issued,.on all Celotex4nsulated] homes.

r<, '; : 11/ :..., J j thinnest and least p 8t 1lpait, of your:' r LiW k 1 il ,:'s hd\ffiecO bn-beldw for thefiree Celotex \

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in summer, such a roof, is, poor "protection, : '." ., fT,1 THE ,CELOTEX COMPANY ; I
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I''RIDAY. .A Tin TT dm -inClewiston .
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Mrs. John AdamsBuried ,
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fM! Edge Of Storm solely to take the care of the needy 1 : 1 ..
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countywide charitable organization ,
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to better care for the cases demanding
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,: attention. ,
of the force of the storm. The And this will be so when the greatest <( H.
fact that none of the needy .
With Clewiston the edge of the
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cases are in the Clewiston section die. '
\ storm area, and because of acres .. II
and 'all in the west end of the county, But because she was who is ,now no ANNOUNCEMENT ,
J rection from which It came there' V
was brought up ,to determine whether more,
was lio danger of high "water at anytime I I the people of the Clewiston end of ..", .
during the rains, but this same There are numberless lovely' '
the County would be willing to coop- .": r I
feature which swept the water from This things : ; r' .
erate in the general movement. __
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made conditions worse at -
Clewiston was answered by the representativesof She planted the roses by the door ,.

Okeechobee on the opposite side of the Clewiston News, who explained And the tre where the robin. sings .... ,
lake, where from six,, to eight Having -
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completed extensive
inches of water is -' in the streets. that Clewistonites had never yet work refused ,- And who can say that it is the same '.I preparations we wis to an-:;;-- ;
to assist in a charitable
With the exception of some paper Old world which it was on the day .
100 .
and that the county could expect I .

houses blown and from one roofs porch damaged of Okeechobee, there per this cent section.cooperation from the peopleof Oh, busy she and came hurried the world ., nounce the formal. opening. of, the W, S. Harvel Seed "': '

practically no property loss in I './
was that ,
Those appreciating the fact goes oh, ? 101(

the community Pumps Lower across Water the lake. other sections of the county are \lot I As it will when the greatest die Company in the Hopkins_ Building where we will :. .'

so prosperious as Clewiston, and an v- I carry .
Efficiency of the pumps in the And the few who mourn for the : : ._
ious to assist in the charitable workare' "

Clewiston pumping station was seen asked to make all checks'payableto absent one I :' a complete line of small "
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in the announcement by those .. .
the County Welfare Association, Are tempted, to question why. '. ,', .. ,' .
charge that after a few hours run- and mail them to the Clewiston News. But the roses the ,sweet soul planted :-'- -"; -'.:' ;: a :. '. :. ,
ning it was necessary to shut them :
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Details of the organization of the county' here .

off still, despite falling. the The fact pumps that, it rain was was explained wide charitable institution will Still live and blossom from year to ...-.: ",.-:\ .' .'.' : ''J;' :';:. .", '. t
be given as soon as they are complete; year. : ;
lowered the water in the : ': ; : : '
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canals at such rapid rate that aftera ,:< &&; '?fy: ;:: VEGETABLE SEED ..-. ?$:: $ ". :

few hours the usual low water _.1 r\ ?. .-i- .. >V.f '. ,
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level of the canals was again estab- \, ; .' '
lished. Saturday and MondaySPECIALS '/ / '. / .

with, Pea and Bean Seeds arriving within three weeks.

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To Be .. ; '. A caroad of Feeds .
HelpedBy including Dairy, Horse,' and Poultry \ .

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(Continued from, page 1)) NADEL'S DEPARTMENT STORE, '
Tuesday brought 1)1the. information 1 I
than September )1. .
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'. of several} poverty: stricken families For Ladies .. -.j;
where because; of old age, or sickness '

'-, there is no viaibU means of support Eight O'Clock Dressettes '...'. I ; : .: : l / } :: :;
Many of the serious ca3'iB are receiving -, .1 / ; : '. : : ; .. V"i: : / '-c J. ': :

less than ?10 per month from tho More than 100 patterns -' '. -
county, and it was to lend these un- )

fortunates more help that the Clew- .

iston Nf'\\s agreed to help. Flower Seed Spraying Material _.,.

In keeping with their policy of for your selection $1. 19Gilt A full line of Flower Seed for and Insecticides .. "4.:

rigid: economy, the. county commis- '
; home will bbe sale in
: missioners mad a thorough revision awns on will be in stock
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of the county pauper list, and while For Men three weeks by September 1.

some of those on the list were dropped / ,

r entirely: and payments to others Edge Blue Denim .

, wore reduced, several new cases

were pauper added'account which from raised$133 the to monthly 14750. High Back, riple StitchOVERALLS $1 a 6 9 W. S. Harvel Seed. Company


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:, SERVICE I & SATISFACTIONClewiston's I I to our many friends whose

"+ :" help was a true consolation during I The Center Of Americans New Sugar J3owl' .

the Illness and death of our dearly '

i.-, I First Drug Store beloved JOHN Mrs. John ADAMS Adams. '. ,Clewiston. .. Fla. v ". .. : Open All Summer.

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