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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 24, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Of BUILDING BIG
PLANTING
VARIED
Interest of northern people in I CROPS-

; N THE I Florida's Everglades was seen I Ii i
I ST LUCIE CANAL DEPT STORE

1 again this week In the' number of .5 FOR EARLY MARKETS

NEVSMITH from I -
requests coming northerners -
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\ I Damage caused by SandBars for copies of The Clewiston Construction Announced I MINUTES REFLECT Soil Conditions- Improved

BY TOM .' Is Estimated At News containing the storm news. following Long Survey Over Previous YearsIn

the county $1,000,000; Dredges Seven northern states were re- I; of Conditions Here BUSY ACTIVITIES This Section Farmers
representatives of who -
Five presented those
Go Entire among
May Length.Dredges
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commissioners, in the various dIstricts sought detailed information and !i Work was started this week on the OF COMMISSION Believe.

:-.e throughout the coun- are at work In the St. several requests were received |i and stucco store' building, on Fran- Everglades farmers In the Clewis-

Welfare Group ty are asked to meet i Lucie canal removing sandbars formed from residents of north' Florida. I I cisco* stret-. adjoining the First Bank ton vicinity are ,busy J.preparing for an

the of Clewiston.
.w. .' To Meet- as guests of by the recent rains, so that the Copies of last week's News carryIng I active fall and winter season, it
r Clewiston News at a N. Blate of Lakeland, the builder, Detailed Minutes Are was

dinner meeting Wednesday- in the situation In the Okeechobee l region the story of the official sur I plans to operate a department store Now seen this week in the number of them
Available
t. Watanabe; hotel when' plans will be will be relieved vey ,of the area supposed to. have in the building which is 30x60 feet. At preparing seed beds and planting.

It J:. perfected for the nucleus ,of the per- A dredge of the Arundel corpora been swept by the storm were I Possibility of adding another' store to News Office W. C. Bill Hooker is planting GO

I' -*.anent nrc--xnization.: on. There can beI tion is moving westward in the canal forwarded to them. 'the building is now being considered, acres to beans, 50 of them near Moore

1' ; question as to, the advisability of removing the sandbars which }have J it was said, but definite plans have Haven the
on Sugarland highway and
I t" a county welfare body to handle charity blocked the channel and stopping up 'not i been made public. In accordance with the offer made I

I t I ; 'r.;;, ', : 'Cases and efforts of the faction the principal outlet, from Lake Okee-, COUNTY WELFARE I i The lot was purchased from the by the Clewiston News to the county 10 at Clewiston. He will start set- ,

li' :righting to stifle charity by keeping chobee. I : First Bank of Clewiston, and the commission print the minutes free, ting out tomatoes this week and plansto

'I' '' it in the' hands of politicians must j With Kissimmee river discharging GROUP HEADS TO start of construction terminated asurvey I I put in about 20 acres.
to the
I rt The present county save county expense, below
Ik come to naught. great volumes of ;water into the lake, of the community's possibilities Torn Geiger is also planting 15 ttJ
of vision recognizing are listed the highlights of the
'commissioners, men I August -
,
/ the dredging of the channel in the by 1 'Mr. Blate for the past two
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acres, ten of which
the are. now being
endorsed
: this fact have I I MEET WEDNESDAY 1 months. meeting held at LaBelle. ,'
1:1: move of the Clewiston News, and the St. Lucie canal was rushed to prevent : : planted to beans and five of which !l(

J will make every effort to see I flood conditions on the north side of ,! Attracted to this section by the Wliile it'is impractical to print all will: be planted to tomatoes next
: Jatter ------ activity here, he decided to make
the lake. a
i I week.
\that of these men are carried of the
details
l the wishes verbatim The News will
The St. Lucie dammed with : State Board Praises The thorough suryey of conditions over .a Jim
out in that the poor of the county was give the highlights of every transac Smith has seed on hand and
and not sand in a dozen or' more places and it reasonable period of time before going is '
are treated as needy cases Clewiston Paper tion made by the commissioners and preparing land for beans, he is also
i' of votes. is believed possible that the dredge i ahead. ;with the plans for his seed
in" the light potential For Stand detailed information will be availableat preparing I beds for pepper and
\ \,.# will have to work from one end to 'building. egg plant.
the
r. ,office of the Clewiston News,
) ta' the other. Various estimates Were i I After almost two months, during Charles A. Jackson: is putting ,In
Hufman construction where bound
k ,, R m.d.gan.s, .! of the copies of the minutesfor ,
'.i' ;' company building the new made on the probable} cost of repair- Following a two weeks survey of : which time he made several trips each month will be kept and five acres. of beans., ,

I;-,:":, \ road connecting ing the damage, the highest putting the ,east end of Hendry county \,here : here, the Lakeland merchant, convinced which will be open for public inspec- The 'outlook for the farm crop during -

I: :-:,9': Dredge At Olewiston with the the figure at $1,000,000.In whole hearted cooperation has been of the real opoprtunities offer_ tion. the coming fall and winter is exceptionally
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:'\ ,. Ritta- east coast are pushing an interview with the South pledged, further definite steps toward ed here, purchased the lot and announced bright acording to Mr.Hooker .

r:: .f.."t.': V their work. rapidly I Florida Developer, Grant : Gaines, the, formation of a County Welfare the start of construction. I .' ----:- who is representative in the

I l'" ..":. ., 'until at present. I after spending several days.. in that Association, to lift county charity out ,Total warrants drawn at the ,AugI northern, Everglades for a large New

the 'dredge throwing up the muck II section said: of politics, will he .taken by the .cl w- I I Ut York produce house.
/. Memories Of meeting totalled $7,478.35 which ,
;'" ,'. base has progressed from the Miami "At a place, possibly three'miles iston News at a dinner meeting in Riley "The ,condition of the land along
I)it, >. : : I was divided as follows: General Rev ,
<_Y canal, west to a point near the Ritta this side of Tudiantown there Isf&l the Watanabe hotel next Wednesday The Poet, Revived .;' the southern rim of Lake Okeechobee
enue Fund-$1,506.tI4
and
! t<,; ,l>ost office. The importance! of this, great- drainage, ditch which.is'. now night, when five representatives of When Friends Meet Bridge Fund-?5,2G749;' ;. Road Fine, and i seems to be much better this year

I .:,'.4' S : :, .toad work- to the future'of Clewiston.j i washed. out. until'' it, ',is at, ,:" least300: various sections of the county will be Forfeiture : than in former ;years. I have had several -
I'' been frequently mentioned, ,but itji feet.'wide.J .' the'"guests of i i Fund-5703.77. ; Interest I
I 1i 1ihas : the Clewiston News to Interesting memories of incidentsin farmers give me. specific in-
and Sinking' Fund" -$10.45 (Special)
J':':,'. 'i:cannot/ be too strongly 1 emphasized "This, has washed sand ,into the.' discuss Clew1iston road bridge district.0.. 2)).
r.:::. Completed good roads )between ., ,canal until there, is a dam completelyacross work. *. my own lands," he said.
exchanged: this week G. W.
and the east coast will reduce J v :: by Constable's bond for Dan J. Blount
I;: the cann.1.\o water: can\:'gel The interest of ,the lewiston News Gordon local builder and F. H. High :water in the lake will haveno 1
the driving time between the two : : In the sum of $500 approved on mo-
'j. through e'xcept 'what seeps through1tht lies solely: bringing about the organization bad effect on the crpps this year, 1a i
: : .points by more han'two: hours. Clew I Heatherington of Indianapolis, who tion of ,Stewart seconded by.Hooker.II .
:' I ,: ....'"and.',' ,There. are .'many. ,other of such a welfare associ- I *-. Mr. Hooker said-and he expressed the

1 ..:;fl'',:N ....on reality'"be.)vith'good a roads-turburb',to..the.,of'vast Palm,: :will].,dims. *':aair:.aAtydba'rs..yauaed' (...liyjij' '" ,. t"iQJl'.'U' ,f1,ew i.\1i fiiLj i ..l:,'. .) ,;td:; .''':.':;; had'.becu. ;:, ; ,,Intimate.., ,-'- "j:,wHh1.:'(.. ......the.." "., ':"'".'f faniojis"'1 ,;.j j j;'. j\J.tSBECt1iuy'i* : ;;.'.&: .. "sepP* (4tc1' Relist..thaUthe4iigv i )rater would ,item p:

' t! : '''' :'*feeach'! Palm Beach \with; its fabulous wash from: these pulleys. I have g't ii'I I wish ',to'control, or even be officially ,I .Sitting in the Clelviston'Inn. :' lobby 'by Selclen L. Stewart that \he offer :rather: than'liiiiiet<< u1Te wore of'the J ". .

:., r' it with my own eyes. It will take a connected with the association exceptin t of the Clewiston News to Everglades farmers ,
I : wealth as represented>J.J by.,:its,,winter '. l Monday morning, the two friends sponsor. '
1 ;: 'Ii) (' *" million dollars]] to repair Itt. '": ;! the role of donator Welfare .
a to the cause : County association be endorsed
1'\ 'were t"
:. w population, while its principal ffcir- : talking of various people and i

Ir S: /: burg Clewiston, to '1 be known 'as the J' -" -- .. !I I' A pledge of cooperation fom the"Affairs in' Indiana, when the"1" am'of and that they report-back. to GARAGE BUILDING II. .

,:;i ,: heart of, Amprica'sC.w. Sugar Bowl, PUBLIC WILL GEl 1 state 1 board of Publij: Welfare at .Tala- Riley was mentioned., the board at the next regular meet- .

I I II l! "' Truly a wonderful combination. hassee was received in a letter : to TJie next two 'l ours were crammed ing and each commissioner select
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I I, ; r Louis A. Morgan, publisher of the full of stories of 'the I poet, showing'idiosyncrasies ; one committeeman from his district PLANNED HERErr:
, ----- NEW GRAPH CHARt which I I + i
News
r,: Farmers of the northern Ever- read: of hisnature, bringing{I II forwarding the names of the same' to I
! : "My dear Mr. Morgan: : :.J was:: very his The Clewiston News at the earliest i ----r---- \
glades' in the; neighborhood ,of Clew- out. his keen sense, of humor, I ;

! iston are busy put- Farmers Will-Have Valuable much inetrested in The ClewistonV '!aversion I I to being in the spotlight? ofj!I convenient moment. Motion carried.IBuidirig Announcement !

w 1. .' Glades Farmers ting in their early News of August 10, in which was outlined -'" publicity, and his modesty. ,'Motion Follows Week After
by Hooker seconded by
Activefall and winter Information a plan for the organization of a Gordon, Heatherington and Riley
Stewart that the clerk be instructedto Sale of Lot
, crops;, and it is the On' county welfare) unit in Hendry coun I as young men were neighbors in the ; I
f.: Farming make two copies of the ,minutes
ty. ,
:: consensus of opinionamong .
Indianapolis
small town of Greenfield, south of
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and furnish each and ,I Plans for the immediate construction -
' &." '. : them that the soil this year Graphic charts showing the conditions "Under separate cover I am send- ,, and this friendship developed paper paying
. for the publishing of the I of another >bulllIngthe secondto
minutes b'ej
:. "will b| better than t. was for the past, and market prices of Florida ing :you a copy of a "Guide to the I later when they were membersof I
discontinued. be anounced for Clewiston
:several years. Frosts of last yeai vegetables in northern markets over Laws of Florida Affecting ChildVel the Portfolio' club in Indianapolis.This Motion carried. '- I; during,

,: \". :..' were: unusual and the farmers well a period of years ranging from, 1922to fare" 'which has just' come off the was a club for writers and ar- The clerk was instructed to pro-j" the past week:, were made., known

'f' '. appreciate this fact so are going for the present We now available in a. press and is issued jointly .by the tists and although the organizationis cure all blanks; necessary.for. holdingthe II I yesterday by Jim Beardsley, who said ,

I'i: ; ; ward this season more confident limited supply for the, public, according State Board of Public Welfare and general, election.. I that E.. \*. 'Espeulaub .of Venus will
still of
ifc \ intact today, the difference
rl;fc than ever. T'he Clewiston News recognizes to' an anuouncemsnt this week by the Department of I start building immediately 'on the
fcT: Sociology: and the atmosphere was emphasized by The commissioners reconvened
, S' : the importance of the farm- L. M. Rhodes, state commissioner. of Social Administration of the state I highway site near the railroad which I
.s :Mr. Heatheringlon who said Wednesday
; : as arrangement at the
: ., jiiug. to the. prosperity)" of the northern agriculture. :university I per he,purchased last 'week. A. B., Simmons i
I i t "In those 'it just a nice adjournment the
days
; Everglades, and in farming we of The books which contain;: information It : was previous daJ.when of'Arcadih was awarded the
contains a brief resume of the place for the fellows to get together. a motion by Nicholson and secondedby .
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, course include sugar cane. This -.secI" of inestimable value to the Florida welfare contract. for the work:,' the total In-

!I"I ', .. tion can be known. as the greatest farmer were originally plannedfor full laws of Florida and gives in I remember that Jim Riley used frequently Stewart, called and carried that vesfmeut being approximately $8,000.
the
i" Mother's Aid law and the law .
I' -winter farming section in the entire distribution to farm' bureaus and the to tell us great long storiesas the: $1075.53 paid into the Excess J The' new building will"be a 40x50,

i ''' United States, and the enthusiasm of chambers of commerce throughoutthe Welfare.creating State' Board of'" Public we sat about the place, and thoughwe Fee Fund said sum haviug been paid foot, two story concrete structure,

! I '.,; btile: local, people this year is-undoubt- state. knew the majority of them to be into said fund by W. P. Andrews, with a'shed in front to accommodate
i j "I hope '
ii' .vli the extension of the Atlantic Coast I So great has been the spontaneous :your newly formed organL concoctions 'of his Imagination,, they tax collector of Hendry county, and filling station. '

Ilt t t edly a step in the right direction. welcome received as shown in the demand zation will not hesitate. to call upon were interesting enough to hold our said'sum exceeding the amount neces- u The ground floor of the main(building

il I for the books that the state I the slate board for any assistance attention regardless. In later years sary for the purposes provided by .
."'. f that'we Beardsley said will be used as a ,
I marketing bureau under the department can-render in the fulfiling ofj I the women began to take active in- Chapter 11,954 General Acts of 1927, the .
while
: laborers and service
A smal repair
,; army of engaged our various duties garage,
of agriculture agreed to publishthe as outlined by the' terest in.the club until it is be and is
rl ., : I now hereby permanently; transferred
\ j in the extension of the Atlantic CoastLine legislature. second floor will consist. of apart-,
books in a limited supply for general really more of a modern social club to the general fund of Hendry: .. I
r railroad from, Very I I I;
distribution. truly yours,
rather than comfortable
a camping county with the approval of the state will be
Whether the operated
Ctewiston to a point Commenting on the charts Commissioner Edward H. Cavin, C mm's. I ground for writers and artists." comptroller. garage I
R. R. Workers by Mr. Espenlaub or whether he
Miami canal
I near the Rhodes said: "In the present State Board Pub. Welfare. ,
I Please turn to 8
Here:.. have page plans'to rent it was not made known
settled Motion
temporarily
day of specialized production and by Stewart seconded by

, I n Clewiston marketing, keen and conservative research CUPID OBSERVING OPEN HUNTING Nicholson called and carried that the I I although ,it -was explained that a welder ,

.With their families. The rai Mad extension -1 work is being done, that will clerk be instructed to publish the would be connected with the .service '

;: will of course open :up territory Illustrate accomplishments in earlier constitutional amendments as fur ara e.Dredge .
i SEASON BAGS TWO
: I heretofore untapped and the advantages seasons. Increased or reduced plantings CLEWISTONITES I i nished by the Secretary of State according -
: I '
,, are obvious, but in the may result in heavy yields from to lap Motion by Stewart Throwing i'

!j, meanwhile, pending the completion o[ limited acreage or light ,yields from Da"n Cupid, taking advantage of the I complete surprise to their many seconded by Nicholson that the re- Up New Road Now

f; that work, local merchants will feel heavy acreage. These and any other week end open hunting season during friends here. Mrs. Rackstraw on port of the board of public instructionbe ,:

i immediately in increased business I conditions may alter the course of August in Florida, bagged two Clew- previous visits here had made several filed by the clerk: Motion carried. At Work In Ritta

'J the presence of the additional work- any marketing season Taking aver- istonites the I
during past week, whenG.
ers, here. ages however for, several seasons, collectively friends and Mr. Rackstraw is a popular A communication was read from Dredges throwing, up the muck base
I B. Rackstraw, first assistant to P. member of the social set. road
and the the
\ individually, a consecu Everglades drainage district requesting for the construction of new

tive law of averages is established, A. Poche, operating superintendentof An apparent anxiety on the part of .that $1,000 of. the $2,000, due from South Bay to Clewiston on the

,,1" T1.2 new graphic charts showing exemplifying what under normal conditions the Southern Sugar company's mill the sugar mill official during the past the district by Hendry county.. be paid. Sugarland Highway have aloeady

: .conditions. in _the northern markets may be reasonably expected here, was married to Miss Edith week in Clewiston brought comment No action taken: '" : ): reached the nitta post office, it. was

;, tt for tho past six as an average in future and from his ( learned here today.
:: planting Ludekins, a West Palm Beach girl, many friends, and faint sus- / ,
':\yVy" Farmers. To years," are now aratt-\ marketing." the rains which
I and Be-rt Tubbs, salesman for The picion was aroused when he enthusiastically ,.' Following heavy :
j- f Get Charts- able for individual retarded work on the road to some
Clewiston Steam Laundry was married ; vetoed a suggestion to R. R. WORKERS HERE
j. --kX farmers according of the Huffman
extent, the
"' AMES ADDITION PLANNED to Miss Clara Burnside Rowe, a travel to the Gulf 1 Beaches last week gangs
i. to l1 announcement this week by L. Construction Company have speeded
Meyersdale, Pa. girl at Clearwater. instead of his usual trip to West Palm Several crews of white foremen,
), M. Rl odes, state marketing commis- their work until the muck base Is now
.. Mr Rackstraw and Miss Ludekins Beach and negro laborers have arrived in *
sioner.Nu expla ed by Mr. Rhodes, Preparing to occupy his home on to the Ritta location.
who were married at the Trinity Absence of Mr. Rackstraw Monday Clew 6toll as, part of the Cornell-
Is
:' the char Travel over the muck road possible
S are beneficial tothose Arcade
; only avenue this fall, William G, church in West Palm Beach last Sunday from his office brought !about fur- Youngtfbrganlzatkm which will build been heavy
: has
unless a
there
who plan to be consistent farmers
Ames,
consulting engineer for the afteunoon returned'to Clewiston ther conjectures, but dumbfouhded [ the A. C. L. extenison to Miami canal. several leaving
5' i I. here and Is not meant for the Southern rain, although parties
Sugar company has awarded 'Tuesday, while Mr. and Mrs. Tubbs Clewistouites did not suspect the The negro families have located in Clewiston had considerable difficulty
"one-rilght-stand type of farmer. With contracts to Gordon
and Heard for returned last week. blossoming of the romance until Mr. small portable houses along the railroad in getting through !
'; the hooks now available on application the
p construction of a servants quar- Although Mr. Tubb's} plans for his Rackstraw greeted friends Tuesday tracks, south of town and westof Every effort Is being.made "by, the.
every farmer in this section I '
r i ii ters building back of his house. marriage were known here, the Lude- with the words: the Building Material offices. construction .com in}]y to have toe
i shot 1 have ,
: .' .' a 'r copy. klns-Rackstraw marriage came as a' "Meet the wife.". S .. .. ., Please turn"''to page' 8.' ,'. *
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White and other critics of his public In its scope among others Dr. John
NEWS OF THE WEEK !) [ stop in the Sunflower state, the:: j night in the course of a detail and lengthy Roach Stratton, the New York Baptist I part of this matter herein referred to
{ II candidate received new indication ofcause I II review of his stand on social i
as his caravan stopped at the minister, who has been outspokenin i was laid before them In the past by
DOWN + legislation as a member of the New
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oppenent of Immorality is fixed and
: PEACH SEASON OVER I very: soon." i I As for White, the nominee said In formulating his rply to White,
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secure.
farmers 'fresh
girl. And he has Bronzed, overalled
She's an eastern .
1
1-'f J I that the editor's statements' about
I Georgia.-, Aug. IT- Poaches proposed, to her. But t that's all he'll from the corn and wheat fields, stood The Democratic nominee's statement -!!'him and his legislative record were"slanderous" I the governor, wh J on Wednesday eve.ning .
,. Bacon identityis pith their wives in a broiling midwest I
name or ;
been in cold storage here 1 tell you.Vhather made public after .several and that the attack on t
'hat have nominee formally wil accept. the Demo \
her home ishow; and when sun while the Republican I
brought out this week:, now that ; where weeks had been spent in its preparation him was "unfair, unmanly and un- ../
'ere nearly vanished.I and: where he proposed to herand the thanked them from his train platformfor I cratic presidential nomination, studied
the local supply has was aimed particularly at the American
ot ilatails of the romance that led this their interest in his cause. Then
rate ;
These peaches retailed at the Kansas editor, who recently charged "I have the satisfaction, however, dozens of .old legislative journals -.t'
II succumb-these are things cheers for .
to finally they joined in rousing
C1.50 a crate or bushel. de that the governor, as a legislator, ..of knowing," Governor, Smith said,II
and ,
'a limited that Harrison Fisher, as yet Hoover, paid alike by business men records and to refresh his mem-
All week there has been favored the saloon and organizedvice. "that It is not concurred in by the
I I'o.unty tell.
Jones clines to and professional men.
apply of late Elbertas from people of my own state' who have ory examined in detail scores of pro-
But here's the funny part of it: It also asailed the Republican
of unusully
orchards that were factabout the He confesses that he belivees he's SMITH SCORES CRITICS national committee for "openly associating t year after year exp'ressed confidence'posals listed by the Kansan.
In/
quality /
fine mistake itself with this personal atMosquitoesFlies -
greatest
likely making the
been sold here I very
Vest peaches that have season is of his life In getting married, but \\a aI
his year. But the peach .
I he can'thelp It.
the commercial crop I ,
over, so far as I' "An artist ,"he wails, "ought to
I
is concerned. II stay single. He hasn't got any rightto '

I I marry. It isn't' fair either to himself q : C@ elct1/
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ARTIST TO MARRY I I or the woman he's going. to mar Be Rid Of The Pest I

I ry.
LOS ANGLES, Harrison Fisher is ; "You see an artist like me has to

..J. going to be married. ,I I deal with too many beautiful women. ld.
Up un till now, he has been one of' That makes a wife unhappy. A wife : 4I
I
America's most notable bachelors. I' doesn't like the ilea of so many I. I

/ He has painted more than 15,000 pretty girls hanging around her hus & Roaches

of the world's most beautiful, women. band's studio. And' you know, some I .

r He has been in love with quite a I of these poses. : ." .

t t' few of them. I Ir disappear 'as if by magic. y/t.121
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r: But marry them-? HOOVER ON I ClJ .
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if. she'll have have me,"he' greatest majorities in November that lYe -sALo Have fl. Full Line ,Of,.Spray: gUlls III tAU

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( I ilston are in better 'shape than they were :\h'. and l\IrsR. L. Simpson Mr.l I
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/have been for several months, the \ .
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BY THE WAY HAVE vIsitors. said. \ ____ ;- .Jim --Beaidsley, Joe Robbins, Mrs, : ;I

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/I II J I' Dr. .E.J. Moltei' returned Monday I Claude Downs Mr. and Mrs.. "William 'AT YOUR CALL .:' -- : i
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/J1 0 YOU HEARD THAT I after spending the week end at Sebr- Cecil Owen' and Mr. and Mrs Dick C. I''

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-Frank Bucher has returned, from I i Captain and Mrs P. G. Bishop left I C. ..tB.. Woitell and' F. P. Bussell O. G. Green: spent the week end at ,.0... High. grade Electric Fans :
week for where Captain of the Hercules Powder and 0 .
V West Palm'' Beach and Hollywood last Chicago II Company '
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where he spent a few days last'weekon I I Bishop who is operating vice presldI -I James Anderson, architect, all of West Palm Beach. The Popular General Electrict 1 Refrigerator i
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I ;'will attend business conference. so Clean and Noiseless.
a Watanabe hotel. so
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Whitman wno spent I. I Clewiston Plumbing company has
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enter-tained! :K.{ t.. JMurphy Tampa ,and itoi'\ .' ,. 1
the past two weeks in New tomorrow York i I[ spent the past week, at the Watanabe moved to Fort Myers, to make. his I LAMPS i

city will.. return to Clewiston' '!tnt the Clewiston Inn last Thursday permanent home there. .

V [:night honoring Carl Burner, the. occas I Claude Downs returned this week .\ :-FUSES I ,' j t
After three futile attempts be ,
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"took off.earl)" Monday morning I Frank Richmann had as his guestat Point on business.Mrs. ...

In his automobile for Fort Meade to dinner in the Clewiston Inn Sunday : -FIXTURES
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and Mis. Dick C. Miller entertained -
meet his wife who has been spending Mr. and :Mrs: E.C. Cole, Miss. Dorathy -
relatives the Saturday night"bri ge club J.H. Sprice left Wednesdayfor \
the past few months with Cole: Master David Cole and George
I' : Guaranteed Electrical
at the Watanabe hotel. Following a ,: Installations '
l>' Mrs Morgan will she will :
i t return to Clewiston .but the children delightful chicken dinner, three tab- : spend month's vacation. She has Resident .:
I a i,. Electrical '.
Contractors
,Louis. Jr. and Macie will remain with les for play were set on the poaich. -:i,,- '
Mrs. Frank Bucher and Mrs. Tom "
Meade for :Mrs: William Ceclaiil Owens was as, supervisor of the Cle istou Steam ,' ,
their grandparents in Fort t I
i Smith were afternoon callers at the I '
several \veeks.r. high for the women 'with R.L. Simpson Laundry I '
home of Mrs. P. A. Poche in the Hop- : SIMPSON & SIMPSONClewiston's

kins Aparh 1entsl- high man. Among those present .. :

\ \\ C. Hanson and E. J. Kerr were I "
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1I I II Heatheiingtou of Indianapoliswho Pioneer Electricians.
Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Bucher. j
I spent several days at Clewiston .

I visiting G. W..Goidon of the firm of I 1 .'1

G. B. Rackstiaw spent the week end Gordon and Heard, left Monday for '
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r Dr. H. T.' Suma and Frank Bucher Dave Alston'spent Thursday( in Be- w n i 4lL ,

:I made thetiip over the muck roada. I[jle Glades on business. ]

., last week in two and. a half ,hours. '
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E. C. Speer
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Sebring where he spent the weekend .
.. and his brother Joe Frank OUR APPEARANCE
I I j j Reese of Miami Southern managerfor

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Charles A. Jackson left last Sundayfor spbntj: the i Wednesday!::Seaboald! in Baking Clewiston company"i1" '\ : ; '' : : 4 .
two weeks vacation. : : : '
Indiana on a business. : : : : :: : : :
Returning with him will be Mis. Jack .. ',' : : < .: \ ., .,., .
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been spending the summer "
have Clewistoh over the Tamami Trail byway ': :' Depends to a>great extent on .the .
the north.
I I of Fort :Myeis: reported the road ljes-o frMhi1IioLs' + l

Earl ,Merchantvho spent several I to be in fine condition, although there : : neatness. of your wearing apparel ,t n,

weeks at Grand Chain, 111., re uperat- : was considerable water. in the Southern .. -- -

ing from an attack of asthma, returned Everglades fields. Roads ''from \ \ f jsw
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to Clewiston last week in. perfect Fort Myers: through LaBelle to Clew The pt.ollde"cltlJ//Ptio' ,'n of the home ; : '! \ .
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health, having gain'ed ten pounds dui- .- r ') .' :. : You can't afford to take a chance I .

Jng his rest.Vivian owner! ;. oS .
DR. P. H. JONES Dentist :
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Smith waitress at the Watanabe i Laundry +
I Moore Haven. Fla. For information write
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CLEWISTON HOME ,BUILDING I IS
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,: Walter Whitten linotype operator r

(,-' '. for the Clewiston News left last week I'Haven' on the following dates: ',. .. 'L 11' t: ,, .si, Clew: o' Florida..

'. two Weks vacation. He will join June 11-12-13-14-15-1C ASSOCIATION 0 .
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CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH ; ., '. ,
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business in .the State of Flor- .r ...- ..:'. .
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; .J' corporation Bay Shore ,Investment E. A. Kellett Company Company a- :,;.;: .,.' The popularity of the Watanabe Hotel is 1 o

:.. .- a, S. S. Mohler, W. L. Gage, .:, I, : \ ,. i

1'. : \ Ocean Bay Acreage Benton Company Dean, ,and a ,', < :" ... ,' :" '; "':':".>) ':' ". '. Th .0 :rc':*:;:"'::'?. 1 ,J
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corporation. .-, ."...'I.. ',". .. ',.:.:: ".. rot :l
unknown claiming any ; }
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persons title thrC\uQh,1 I : now taking shape In another form. Guests 4 .'
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, .. Defendants.Order of Publication" I:I : I .. i

It appearing from affidavit append : made to feel l the atmosphere of homey cheer- ; .j
.ed to the bill in the above stated :: ? ...
cause that E. A. Kellett Company, GUARANTEE .. I
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a corporation, existing under the : .,
, laws of the State of Florida, are nonresidents :, !v.,: 'i ,
of the State of Florida, the : I 'fuln ss are now honoring us with requests as
place of business and post office ad_ I i iI .' l I
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dress is Fairmont Hotel, :\Minneapo .
]Minneasota. that there is no 1>er- I '
son in the State of Florida, service I they would at home and have asked for a real :
Behind I
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':' Corporation it is therefore .
i. ordered that said non-resident defendant -! i J

:' be and it is hereby required -Southern Cream Chicken :Dinner .J, ,

I to appear to the Bill of Complain liij i .- .'- :.
.;.. said cause on or before the 3rd day ," .,
: of September, A. D. 1928, otherwise I "
,'',' the said bill will be taken as confessed I Gorden & Heard .

'I';, by said defendant. '' Builbings. Of, .course we agreed and next Thursday, I :
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It is further ordered that this order -I .
f' < be published in the Clewiston t
in said : / ;-" .
'f' News, a newspaper published J" t
E County and State, once a week for!! '
i .A A':'s, four consecutive weeks. Night a special Cream Chicken, Dinner at the I

1-.!t(": .. j fj Done and ordered at LaBelle, Flok -",}' .- '.' .. : Consult Us Before Awarding Your Contracts
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'9 'j Ida this the 26th day of July, i i
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, '(19.,8.---' WILLIAM T. HULL 'I o. Regular' Fifty Cent Price- !:<

I !:. (SEAJJt ) .Jjf I. I I I
': ,Clerk of Circuit Court, in aril for } If f
. : Gordon Heard
:i mTIendry oCunty, Floiida.By '
,c Ruth E. De Laney, D. C.r I' '. .WATANABE'HOTEL" ,
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fl. I 1 County of Hendry) I :'. I t
I.' /. I hereby certify that the above and: Contractors & Builders 0

foregoing is a true copy of the orls. .., '"
!' mal order Hof publication made, In : [ ; MRS. CLAUDS ,DPWNs.M..a'.. ; ,
' : said cause and filed in my office at I Clewiston Florida '.
LaBelle, Florida, July 26th, 19JS! I
; WM. T. HULL )r

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Successor to The Clewiston Progress' I. :' .' i" ':'An i .Accidental Accomplice' CABBAGES AND KINGS : ,, :r \


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,Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post ffice

at Clewiston Fla., under the .Act of March 3, 1879. -' I l BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON nor Mr. Mason\ had gone amiss in 1 ,. .. : .
I Copyright 1928, Doubeday Doran &. ,: .'. '- I:

LOUIS A. MORGAN . . ,. Publisher.I : Company recommending, him. She, felt assured ': G B., Rackstraw's marriage- I came as a complete'surprise'" to his Clew-" ,f:!.
that be would fight, and fight to the
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TOM, SMITH . .' '. : .., ... ,. ':. .. ': Editor. I' last. ditch. i islon" f friends. "' \\ : ". ,.

., ,Subscription Rates -.:.: s As she reentered the, receptionroom ... (' I''
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/ WHAT'' HAS GONE ON on her way out, her attention, ..: :,' < .:' '

By mail qutside of Florida; Dr mail In Florida. was attracted by ,a group centered ir 14
1 I Carol Dare, New York society girl enthe'.Watanabc porch for an empty table in the dining
$2.00 waiting
$350 One about sinking brunette with over- Srwds" ,
One year ,' year ,,' 1 1l a ,, ? ; : ..: .
Six months "'-: 1-60' Six months 1-00 l I engaged to Beverly Weeks, ,scion ofla rouged cheeks and painted lips, who ) ,' I' 'I, r';'
t :,'room. Boom'time ? : Nonsense,' just combination; "of, sound prosperity and ., : .
Three months 1.25 Three months .75 wealthy family, consults' an oriental wore a costly sable coat and, was gesticulating a I '( '

mystic to. lear whether she will be wildly with diamond.stud- ; : 1 i :: :<

NEWS' PLATFORM I happy. She istold to wait and pon ded hands. Clerks, stenographers, :good eats .. .. '
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'1. Definite control of, Lake Okeechobee with water transportation., I dering on this advice on ''her way'' and office boys" surrounded her ';admiringly < '."' "
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concentration or products. .. of an approaching automobile by one I wrongs. :'.' But to get back to Rackstraw, a local. wag said ,that ,since.G.; B. works .'::

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on'vegetables. and, 1Alan Mason, who later proves a real ;'.

other products of this region to the northern markets. .:', ;: friend, when Carol's father Banker "As sure as my name, Is Stella 'at the sugar mill; that ought to make him ,a sweet husband ,., .: :..;' /.:

4. The ft .1 functioning of a cooperative marketing association for John Dare is. .arrested and lodged in Van," she was sayinug in shrill, angry 'c' ., ':';"

, both. buying. : and selling. purposes. I jail on an embezzlement charge.On ; and uncultured tones, "I'm out .. Co .....'. ..
:.' I to Bev Weeks, and him good '
get get -
going to see her father in jail, wonderful girl. That ': .
: Everybody was happy to see him get such .a' is. .s
lie needn't think that he can leave ,
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FRIDAY. AUGUST t 17, t 1928 She aids in the' escape of Benny -v..- : / : :;i 1,: I""'
me flat, and make a monkey out of .
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Bergman, exconvictf who later to everybody in Clewiston and 'nearly everybody in Palm Beach:: The cxcep- /::'-;' .
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show 'his' gratitude lears that her fa_ I '6' T *

BEFORE AND AFTERWe ther was the victim of a plot and Think of it-me, Stella. Van, served tion. we're told was the manager of the telephone. company, who wanted to.;'::; r;
for medicine advertisements a with a dispossess notice! Put me'out '
can all remember the pet copy patent seeks the assistance ,of Rev. ''Triggs, ,
few, 'years ago with the "Before and After"<:,ption where under the Before pastor of a fashionable church. The lof my apartment, would ,he? He'll get out, 'an injunction on Ithe ground that with the couple living in Clewiston ., '.

f' heading, an emaciated person was shown, while on the opposite side, the,, minister refuses however, and after : pay a good deal more than last ,' .

, alleged same person after a few swigs of ,some new discovery put on weight fc'Jie'; escaped convict has gone; the i month's rent before I'm through with His business would be ruined.. "A acll, from the :I woods'. is worth two in the' .,", ; .
athlete of training. him Where's Sam? He's got to start ,I ,
than out
faster
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realizes his despicable conduct. '
That the "Before and After"system of advertising was attractive is minister. suit for me at once." city'' is a famous axiom in the telephone:business ;, ,": :*> .. .: .: ,:
in the fact that still joke about it, but if the same system were : '
evidened i we. '
Carol, ,
hurrying the
through room .
In the maenwhile Carol finally de- > :
tried with reference to the northern Everglades today, and. we were to adhererigidly with her cheeks flaming, had heard 1 ; ",;,,'< ;;' .; ; ,
cides to write to Weeks and release
in'ten i in the north who would
facts there is scarcely one
to person enough., Even though in the sheltered ,
, him 'f om their engagement. She then
accept' it as the truth.. life she hitherto had led the motion Seriously, G. B. is deservedly one of the'noi; 'popular men in town and ,
A prominent resident of Clewiston today says that a few years 'ago he floes to Sam Shreyer, the lawyer tow t,
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pictures had meant little to her, /
waded through water to his waist in this section, on a duck hunt. Imagine 'hom she was directed by Benny : .
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'.' while the > to ask him to handle her l
then a "Before and After" notice showing a spectral waste on opposite Bergman
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side'. of the page would be wide attractive streets, beautiful buildings father's case. I side, she sensed from the film vam- among women.r --.-..... ........... '
" and a busy hum of prosperity. Few people would accept it as truthful. -; Carol started at the name. Why I pile's own words what her relations : : )(. .

We have then, in the past few years history of the Clewiston section, development was a woman wanting to sue, Mr. ; with Weeks haM been. -..,.. .. .r r,: I .".,

:. r so staitlnig s to make it really too bizarre for the wildest type of Weeks? Stella Van! The name had '.,.. 1. .' I _' .. :.' '.: '
: advertising although it is gospel truth. I I I And there had been others, too, : .
a familiar ring. Who was she? Thenit South'Coast dividend ndtic.s' received i this week I Pack our seventeen
.. But even more interesting than this is the fact that we are only started. came to her. The woman. was a "a lot of girls." : v : ?:> ; ,PJ

, It is true the giant 1,500 ton day sugar mill is nearing completion and I Joy at her I .
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motion picture actress. As .Carol escape surged anew trunks Heloise leave for Paris in the morning. ,;: .
thousands of acres of cane are maturing in .the fields, but this is practically I i! was coming down town ,she had noticed 1 I i Carol's: heart. How fortunate it was we _. uu. .

' nothing, when we consider that eventually this 1,500 ton mill will be enlarged ( vas flaring poster; "Stella Van, lfor J her that things had gone tis ''they ., < .. .. I ,. t .

and new additions built until there is a daily capacity of 7,500 tons, and ,year j the California vampire, in. "Ruined had When she had sought out Sar- I \ \ ..... .{' .....

by year the cane acreage will be expanded: until the. ,thousands will be re-j J i with Honor: "' What, she wondered, I. ananda for an answer to her question Aunt Prudence Keep away from the loud speaker Denny. The an"j.' # .' ':

placed by tens of thousands of acres. "Shall I be happy?" it 'was hint ,, f'
j[.could a woman of that sort be suing .no Il vr a"Y'.i; : .
;. Nor are we, alone in optimistic outlook on the future of the northern Mr. Weeks about? I' of such things as this that had '.inspired nouncer. sounds" as..if he had a cold.-Punch. .' .. ,'. .: .t

,', glades. TheAtlantIc Coast Line railroad and the Florida East Coast Ever-I "She'll have to wait," Said the law.. her. :, I. .._' f :.

'\ road are spending a total of almost $1,000,000 in pushnig their yer curtly, 'turing again to.Carol, and 1. i'c."t r, L l.
into the Everglades, encouraged by the extensive and expanding operations of I I'repeating his question. '. 'It was merely the doubting of her I'., t 4
the Southern I I I virgin heart. Once .
Sugar Company. more her grati. : .
"I don't know, said she, thought I 1 Fall styles advertised in everything from hats to automobile but ;
are now r
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months the I mystic
ago, Clewiston News in a story based on plans for fully; "he did not seem nearly so I : :+ :
Southern activities here up: How wise had been the] advice '
Sugar company showed that Clewiston within the I I' '
well this morning. He !'
really was manufacturer has had the TarponJ.
airplane
next few' years will be a city of 10,000 people and that within a ,25-mile hardly to ,he had given her! How glad she was. no, temerity to' use' thea,term.- .. of'., -. '
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radius there will be 25,000peop1 e in the northern Everglades., could have an extended conversation !that I she had waited! rI 'Springs. Leader. '' : ..-': a F

Let us take the period from 1925 to 1935 when the complete program of with him. for several days." 1 i I What i if she had, been Beverly <' s y':

the Southern ,Sugar company will have been an esablished fact this Week's i; fiance, and had heard these I r.
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feeling of sound prosperity. Could there possibly be a better: plan, his defense until I' have seen I things I I'I ti' .. I .-, ;
subject, for one of the' well known "Before and Aftrs?" him," said the lawyer. uTe: threedays' she shuddered at the very thoughtof ,, ,. Half. the world does not see how the ,ohter half affords, it.-Boston Herald. ,'
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AMONG THE TRUSTED
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can learn about the matter from i j At first dazed by the plunge Into :\\l Our memory goes back to the time\ when !if aneighbor woman told how ) ",
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tionJj! in the Street myself.some I'll connec-try j I I forced her to make, after her life, of ;many!! quarts and pints she had. put up,,.you. knew" she 'meant fruit.-Columbus ..{", ra, '.

to locate Benny Bergman. He may; thoughtless uselessness, Carol was I '' : \ ,> '. ::. ... _,:' :" ) :,'.' / .: : '. ,: ,J''i:: :, <'\. .t
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: had become. If you don't want to write a check you can send in jour cash donation ,
"If anybody; can do it, Sam Sclirey-i t

er's the man," he said grandly, this{ 'I Yet to Alan Mason, each time that'' '. .. .
Volume of Buusiness>< during our first week time : for the County Welfare Association to thatbody care of the Hendry 'County ,
rising 'and escorting her .. ,
as far he met her, her tuuer inexperience.
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in Clewiston'gives us renewed Confidence in Miss Dare." i soiO ;
force. The simplest of things :
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:As she went out Carol's first impression i that to any' business girl were part ___ 'f I '.
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tie lawyer was replaced with a feel- 'deep problems and appalling ob- A ,:travelingsalesma n who called early 'this. 'week said'that when he regis-. ,;;_.' i't'
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respect.. The shrewdness of stacles. Especially did Mason find 7.'? .;

: ;: : his forceful questions had, convinced this to be true in ,their discussionsas tered at one 'of the leading hotels in a Georgia city he was asked by the clerk ';> ;
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NEW FORDS AT ; :i""r\rr.r.s'-A; : ); ;; : ; Edison, scored a coripletevictory t :make. an excelent profit on the investment. "
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Of The Moore Haven Sales Company In Con-1',... I Word of the city' commission' t, Moore Haven- .,..
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|: nell's' Service Station On September 1 s t;;; I IJ j I]Edison Orange at,N.her J. summer home. at West FRESH, -' BREAD' DAILY-. .. ". '

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: Georgia Tech football star, the 33-
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,ALL, MODELS I 11'' organized by the. Habe 'O. Wilkin-
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I spn post of the American Legion of CAKES PIES ROLLS BREAD

,K.... this city, will make its first public
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equal the effectiveness of Celo- .age wall-board to equal the insulation board to equal the.effcctive.nesa -
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I i"I house. Also, because heated air rises, the Building Book. It tells you how to use Celotex in old end.' I

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FRIDAY 192S
AUG. 24th. .
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ings the fact that he psychically InclIned and the time was better by seven Tucker ,
financial
Dredge ThrowingUp When Friends Meet | was backer of the Charles A.: Jackson left last Sl tdaY
Is seen in that in answer to i i hours and 42 minutes than the pre- flight and rode as passanger. Whenhe

New Road Now_ Memories, Of Riley word of praise for his work, he inevitably I lord I ,which was established In 1928 stepped from the plane at Curtis for Indiana on a two weeks vacat 'on. .

I J i. The Poet, Revived answered am only holding : by Lieut.John Macready and Oakley field Goebql l was stiff! he stumbled, I
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At Work In Ritta Returning with him will be Mrs. Jackson
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the. pen. I II Kelly flying east to west. J but quickly'got control of himself.As

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f: Mr. Gordon followed with the next I, NEW AIR ,(RECORD I Tucker, mother in Los Angles, to tellher of "
(Continued from page 1)) A year after the Macready. his safe arrival, been spending the summer ir'the ,1"J
;. I account telling one of Riley's famous \ I I Kelly the. filers motored to
", new 'South Bay-Clewiston stretch actions which reflected his keen 'NEW YORK- Beating the prevIous I I' flight Lieut. Russell Maugham made a hotel for a nap J north. .

completed In record time and every sense of humor. record by almost eight hours, Art.,Goei|.the east-west flight, with far better

= Indication points to the fact that the As the poet, according to Mr. Gordon bel and Harry Tucker completed ajnonstop I i time than the existing non-stop record '_ L_ .'" If

:.. .' \vide well paved highway from Clewistou was sitting In a barber's shop at flight across the country accomplished I but even he was two hours and :rir.- ___ I .' : = ._ ..jiiiiI : :. _. : ", ...
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dusk one evening, the shop's negro
to the east coast will be finished Tucker.
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:\ in a'mtle'! time for the heavy vol porter light the several gas jets over the They took off from Los Angles at When he and Tucker set out from t,

,. ume of tourist traffic expected this row of chairs After wathiug him .12:06: yesterday afternoon, westesrn Los Angles Goebel hoped to reduce | FAITHDuring .

i, :. -winter. carefully, Riley called the boy and standard time and the wheels of their The standing non-stop record,of 26
of the Miami i- Wasp motor Lockneed Vega mono- hours and 50
7'.: Fork on the road east I minutes to 'an even 20
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lectured him at great length on I
:.: :. canal is also progressing, rapidly, that plane touched the turf ,of Curtis field hours, but fovoring winds boosted ,
of lighting so many fires
.the muck having been thrown up 0111 danger I I at 11:04, eastern daylight time this them through the skies so fast that I .
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':' Although the road is said to be negotiable -I of the shop did not know was the first nonstop airplane, Hawaii last year, was at the con I '
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several Clewistonites had difficulty "Riley was not very fond of children 9 ) 1
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$1.00 Pt. Size Rubbing Alcohol] 59c .. I :J. 'I .,;
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Pt.Size 'Witch Hazel 69c i ,.::;. :::1' "f
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Fine Stationaryper. Box ..; J,. 29c I They 4 make/ :their-. headquarters, ". .. '- i "' i. .He r wishes are our commands, means excellant '" II.
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$1.00 Pt. Size Milk of Magnesia I. ;: )
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Rexall Syrup of Figs' .48c I. :. :" ''
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$1.00 Raquel Perfume Y '..'.' ',: i',"" "
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Kodok \: : $2.19 .' M. E. KYNETT .:hJ" ; ':: I II
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No. 2 Kodak .:;. $1.95 ,. "


$1.00 Flashlights Complete, 68c_ I t. ,. ,:: :' };. The Clewiston Inrt'i:: ; i


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CARD OF THANKS 12J ... : //-"r: "' '>? ,': i
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THE To all those who assisted us so :" ... ..,.; v}. .,,',.",: 7':':':.; Clewiston' ,. Floridav : ;
ALSTON '
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loved husband and father and whose : i > 1
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Save With Safety in Your Rexall Drug Store consolation in our hour of sorry at ,

:' his death,. meant so much. to usf we I /// The Center Of Americans' New Sugar CJ3owl. .

wish to express sincere appreciationand i : y 1 1.I

Clewiston's First Drug Store thankfulness. Clewiston Fla.l Open All :
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