The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00181
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Where J Industry and Ag :I Th C1ewIton 1 > ,N I The Center of America's New

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: '. : :-- LEW1STON: FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1928' .1
..;,. VOLUME ,2':-NO. 40 PRICE 5 CENTS !



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1 .. BY TOM SMITH IS BIG SUCCESS BUILDIN I ARE Wires and -letters- have been U. S. -

) ,..- pouring Into the office of tli'e Plan To Get
Refugees .
4 : -- SHOWS\ Clewiston/ News from northern '-,
: Less than a week after the first subscribers since the storm ''here SA YS Reinstated I n Homes

cow was unloaded here O"L.;. Jeffries ------ last week asking for Information. 'As Soon As Possible;

,; ; "*.:. \ local dairyman ,who Twenty' -More Head Are Work Started On Tea Although they read accounts of the Reports Work Will Take 6'0' "" ,

. ::1! 1'- ; recently completed storm In their home town papers, O'
.:! 'Dairy I Needed To Supply Demand Room Other WorkContemplated Days.
-" Success-=' a $30,000 dairy on ; they got in: touch with the Clewis ed; -

.( ...., .. the outskirts of thiS', ; Cattle Improving ; ton News for verification.! 'In answering -

i Is rapidly 'was made to With the arrival of C. C. Barnes,
i town says thattihe demand After Long Trip. no attempt ::
exceeding the supply. Good milk is un.j' Announcement of the start of con underestimate damage, it being explained TAMPA.- Red Cross representative of WashIngton -

., doubtedly wholesome and anyone who, Less than a week after the arrival struction of a home and tea room that the fury of the storm declared here D. C., who was sent to Clew-

visits the Clewiston dairy, .sees the passed east of Clewiston and com- iston to direct the work, plans for
j' Guernsey cattle at the representing investment of
of 31 ]head of ) an ap- Okeechobee is
', cattle and, Inspects the barns can paratively little damage was done rehabilitation of the storm stricken *
: $30,000; Clewiston dairy, O. L. Jeffries proximately $l ,QOO, proposed plans al
of I here. problem and
.. have little doubt as teethe area east of Clewiston were under
II>, the milk. With the completion and manager said that 'he is unable to for an addition to the present $30,000 gressive steps way here this week and. further ar- .j
; dairy and knewledge of a third set
J j opening of the new Sugarland highway supply the ''demand and he is"now While storms rangements were made for the efficient ':jj.
of plans for another home not yet"ofriciall '
( from Clewiston to Palm Beach considering plans for the enlargement MORE SUPPLIES caring for the refugees during .1
)' announced, this week reflected he said, :
we can conservatively predict that of- his dairy and the bringing ; I their stay in Clewiston.
Clewiston's faith in the possibilities through control
the Clewiston. dairy will be i applying here of at least 20 more head of cat Committees under the guidance of
.. of this section despite the RECEIVED FOR empty into the, 'j
milk --- of the' larger -
and cream to tle. Mr.: Barnes are functioning smoothly
storm which swept the state Steps will
resort hotels : ., 'it)'. who had read and the storm refugees totalling
: local pople
Several last week. Several other building soon as
VICTIMS some 300 of which approximately 150
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'J .: of Mr. Jeffries plan to bring Guernsey plane in tentative stages will be continued have been at
Construction S. 11 the whites and negroes are at Clewiston
cattle here were at the dairy and these'' will be announced ._ situation have
of the Coast"Lin' ',::toad from Clewu are well attended.
last Saturday evening shortly after within the next few weeks. report., The
t o Miami S t: Petersburg Continues A kitchen detail from the 116th
S next few days the demand increased Miss Beatrice Kettl who holds a silently for
R. R. i,'J:ks was not af- Work Of Field Artillery at Fort. Myers under '.

{ Pre ? Zeected by the i j until today it rlmo'/t "exceeds_ : the secretarial position with the C ewis- and tentative Capatin George Craven has been ._
ton company announced this week have been
storm, officials of supply.A CharityAnother moved here from Moore' Haven and
that contracts had been awarded to < Forseeing' the
the construction company announced. is -- Is cooking for the white refugees In
truck of the dairy company; Gordon and Heard for the construc- and legislative
Daily new bits of evidence are received from the carload of ,supplies containing the hotel barracks near the surasmill. .
making daily deliveries, but tion of a two story six room Spanish territory, two i '
proving to northerners beyonda ,
'volume of business during the first type building which will serve as' a clothing and shoes for distri-i 1927, he said, ,
doubt that Clewiston the
escaped estimated that the demandfor bution the storm sufferers was Following the arrival of Mr. ,
". week it Is home for her brother and both the
fury of the storm. There is another Barnes a meeting was called Monday
milk In this section will requirea who are coming here early ext month received;! at Clewiston Wednesdaywhen and aid in.
message in the statement. The storm a'carload night at the Clewiston Inn when he
dairy of from 50 to 75 cows. and also that the building plans wereso arrived over the an amendment

\. /was, admittedly one of the worth In All of the cattle are pedigreed I I 'arranged that she will conduct Coast Line tracks from St. Peters- harbors was i outlined the plan for caring for the
.hl tory. It is that
improbably we
\ storm victims. The first he .
stock and Mr. sa'd he. burg in charge of Emil Latham and Senator,
't".:, : will have :another Hire it. yet the ,,_ Jeffries; that.. I modern tea room -- .. .. explained, was to that the emergency -
"' had plans to enter several of tnem The building will be Gary Morrison or mat city.ttln for flood see,
erected on
:: _railroad: work under construction 'was
: '. : 'J,Dot ''so"We at the South Florida fair ,in Tampa Pasadena and San-Bonlt ,i avenues- i addition to 180 boxes of clothes "Subsequently ,was well '''met and to make
damaged, '
can reasonably this the is shoes there several mat down to'B immediate plans for getting the"storm
Among cows one and were
w .r. :, xpect that the completed railroad year. on lot 25, block :167.. Y ( '
tapping which took the rich cane fields, will not porch will be In-
state fair. All of the cattle were'ship- cluded'and shipment was received by C. C. 'this 'direction tory and helping them get started
a spacious
be dining
crippled room
by storms. '
,'" ped from Mr. Jeffries former" home room. In the kitchen modern hotel Barnes Washington representative of and several again in their farming operations.. r

in Columbus, Ohio. will also serve the National ,Red Cross who is sta- soon as' the This, Mr..Barnes estimated will I
as part of the tea
According to
a survey conducted Dairy methods to this sectionof tioned here. take at least 60 days time and considerable -
new ted" the
1ihis week by members of the refugee equipment will be used and Miss '
the country are being introducedby Kettl) plans to have .home cooked Mr. Latham who is connected with be ready 'for work on the part of the -
committee of the
Refugees Mr. Jeffries and he said judging foods and to cater to clubs and the St. Petersburg chapter 'of :the local people. .-
r Rehabititation board '
from the improvement his cattle Red Cross said that the articles were With the tentative plan worked ."'1

(0' ., ComfortaI-! both white and negro have made since their arrival, 'the ties.The new tea. room will be openedin collected in record time despite the out, committee chairmen and their j .
& refugees in I Everglades will agree with them. the middle of November fact that this was the fourth or Please turn to page 8 I .
[ Clewiston are well provided for and and as. .
The cattle are kept in the screened Miss Ketll will fifth shipment to be sent by St. Petersburg -- :
{ j comfortable. This speaks remarkably keep her connection
"< well for the: abilitS' of local people I barn practically all day; being allow with the Clewiston company she has I residents to storm sufferers l'l U. S. To Be Asked
I ed out in the cool of evening for halfan Please turn to page 5
and- those who assisted from St. Petersburg made arrangements with an x To Furnish.. Seed
hour. The barn is completely
: % Fort Myers and Moore Ha- experienced woman to assume active

ven. The emergency Is now passed i screened with open sides so that a charge of her business. Miss Kettl SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY To Storm Sufferers, .:,. :., ,

-. cool breeze -blows through it contin .....
r.. : and the caring'' of the storm suffer- has had several years experience in :

., ers has settled down to a business ually. this work both in the north and'at A long summer vacation -will cone Clayton; C. TALLAHASSEE.-NatI an Mayo; ,
L' Determined to keep the milk to end for Clewiston children next state
of some few months. They: were well at a Melbourne and Palm Beach in Flor an commissioner of agriculture -

cared for during the emergency and high standard, Mr. Jeffries explained ida. !Monday morning ,when the, doors of ed said he had been advised today that -

./now with C. C.Barnes guiding tha Please turn to page 8 Although definite'plans have not' the Clewistou school are opened for the problem of supplying farmers of ..

;. work they wIt' probably fare even yet been announced for the addition I the fall term. Mrs. J. E. Beardsleywill Praise for the storm area with seed for re'

"; better. Refugees Here Well 'to the $30,000 Clewiston dairy, O. L. I be principal and plans are com- of the Dahlberg would be presented to Pres-'

Jeffries, plete for launching immediately into ident Coolidge's cabinet.Mr. .
Attended Committee owner-manager said that in this section
., s' Federal negotiations the curriculum so that no time will Mayo said that he had received
aid will are now under
- < be asked Ii: supplying way for "Clewiston will
I ...: : Shows After Survey the acquisition be lost. word from the Washington of-
farmers of
in the storm stricken 20 more. head_ of ter of activity
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of Senator Trammell
Guernsey cattle, which (
area with seed will necessitate -
.;. I U.. S, Asked cording to Nathan 1!,, Storm refugees -aT" Clewlsloir have-, "the extension of the present I BURGUIERES. PLEASED, C. Townes, : : the officials of the United

;'; For Seed- Mayo, commissioner been ;well provided for since they'vcra barns. : Stales Department! of Agriculture
land, O.
+ '{ of agriculture in frt! : brought here following the I Concerning. the plans fo/ the tea Jules l\r. Burguieres, vice presidentof iting his friend would appear before-.Jle: .-cabinet.! ___

.Florida. The source of the aid is im"material. storm, a survey conducted chi;:; week room Miss Kettl said: the Southern Sugar company following estate broker.In meeting and urge that funds be made*

:: The aid is the point. Many by: the refugees committee of the local "The storm has had no effect on' an inspection tour of the cane praising available for the purpose.

f. :farmers in the rich Everglades at l rehabilitation! board showed. I our building plans for -the last storm fields at Clewiston expressed satis Dahlberg the Mr. Mayo appealed to the govern-

0 Miami Locks, South Bay; Belle Glade With the election of William C. has proven that Clewiston is well faction that his company holding had north the more several days ago for seed aft-
Hooker as chairman escaped damage during last week's the state department had been
:and Pahokee suffered heavy losses of the refugees protected as to drainage. We believe ize that the

.* particularly. when seed beds were committee Monday night, plans were Clewiston has proven that Clewis ton storm. The damage has been neglig- I doing more for to supply it. The state has no
immediately made ible he said and the control for that Mr.
washed away. The Red Cross has already by the chairman has very bright prospects for the future water the Everglades purpose Mayo

,.' pledged assistance to the for him and his assistants to make and are pinning our faith on system is doing good work in lowering :agency. pepper and tomato seeds were

.farmers and a thorough canvass of the refugee this by the water in. the drainage canals. needed.
;, -* typical of ,that organiza-: establishing our home here.
ff'Uon It will see its prosimes through camps both white and negro at .We also believe Clewiston is in need I I'
,I Ito completion. However if speedy ac- vistcn. > oJ 1 a tea room of this character, Watanabes Plan To
Ftion.department it will see of its promises' through ..... -- ---- --,- Return To ClewistonOf OPEN
I agriculture, it would

1 "Red mean Cross that funds to be used by the RAILROAD EXTENSION WORK NQT interest to Clewiston friends Is A.SHED CAGE

.1 for this purpose could be the! letter received byII'. and Mrs. ., ,
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saved O ,
: 'for another emergency. The AFFECTED Claude Downs from Madame and I
: danger is that I I BY RECENT HURRICANE
._H. each might think theoiner Papa S. Watanabe the Japanese cou- f To soak in tour of the town. The hound I

: nau taken care of the seed I ple who formerly operated the Watanabe washed cage, or at Bakers house looked in- \

question' and oven better than this Construction of the extension i of will connect with the Coast Line hotel. It reads In part: rily, if a bit but were too scared to be '
would be the Atlantic Coast
::: until the to have both agencies act from Clewistoii to Miami Line railroad I I eight miles east of Clewiston, so that Dear ;Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs: question which : and when, the house door ,,

; Immediately emergency: Is Locks will the entire ,cano fields of the Dahl- We have received your kind letters Clewiston's >ened six inches, they scurried to /

. t', ,.."'4r. passed. in no way be affected by the recent berg sugar cane interests both here with much thankfulness.r We were pant of the town I c ..
y ,'.! Indian hurricane which swept and at Canal Point will be efficiently indeed very glad to hear ;you and hit here a week best afternoon was probably
,I'\ \ Announcement this week of start state, it was learned this week tapped by railroads. Mr. Downs are having good times. trammeled the roof. of the Ames house where
1:: ? from officials of
construction the
:,1 on a home and tea Construction Cornell-Young The railroad extension move, according Since the arrival at fukuoka, Japan, tering happily in behind the chimney he hurled
t v: roots with two company who are building to on the ridge, or at
I r> New more the extension.As expressions of prominent we could not go anywhere yet on ac- a group of workmen' who
: Buildings building projects in people and to editorial comment .in count of sickness. Japan has remark intense curiosity ed unsuccessfully to stone him..
: ..t,,:\, Planned/ the before the
: immediate storm, the construction leading turkeys as they each
,- back- newspapers of the state is able'progressed compared with before barrage passed he peeked

"I, '- 61 I rrouuu: should b e gangs are keeping up to their one of the most important links in we ever lived in., But we remember Tarzan's first behindthe chimney, and bared

;'j-,:--: ..conclusive argument to those who schedule of 1,500 feet of' extensiona the chain of development of the our happy times in America so flimsy house was teeth in a grin of derision.' "
Ii,:,:'::';- ,. are: skeptical of Clewiston's future. day and accoi'ding.to the : northern Everglades, and the im- often audit pine for the people i safety and l Finally he spied the trees on the

ti. 'QAII:; l of us adntitW tat Clewiston escaped rate of .. present portance of it 'was further emphasized Clewiston. We shall go back to Clew- bounded In a and was next heard from at _______ '
i the fury of the storm but '. progress will be finished In iston er and didn't farni. _
these till But
when it was learned that. wita February next year. Thanks as soon as a group
people November.
who have announced and are the exception of this work, for your much effort In business.We he was perched to capture him, he is off

Iab{>ut to announce building plans From tho opposide end of the lake comparatively hope you happiness with ]lots of surveying' the I the trees, mumbling to 'him- ,

know. that it was eomeththir" I _few railroads In tho country. But even the.
non"ire an extension is being ,built, by the possibly as he lands precariously
7 "Wran fortunate arm 'ted in
Incident expansion at this
.. ., \. Florida" East Coast railroadwhls'- ,, Yours sincerely" monotonous as a weafk! ]branch, "Give me liberty. ,

., ..J -" t. ,.-----....- MR AND AIRS. ..WATANABE0'Z the following day; give me death." :,'
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on display at The 'Watanabe :Hotel .

I THROUGHOUT U. S. r; '._" was'installed' by .: :f..;:.

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Chvrolet Motor for the "' .
company: r3SCurj 1'13i-IOJ.lVJ'W wox
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purpose of bringing the consumer \ .>, ii;- .
closer to" the point of distribution, $

has been since the first of the year .\ ... ., .
quietly carrying on a building pro- ?Y+ \' -

gram amounting to hundreds of thou- : A .
sands of dollars. This had added to \
the company's numerous plants five

zone warehouses, now in use, and

calls for construction of three more '/CY.$
before- January 1., In addition, major i

supply depots In Atlanta and Kansas We, are proud of the fact that we have

City have been built and put intooperation ,.; ; f' '): ; ; i

this year. ,r

Los Angeles, Houston, Omaha, helped to .make Clewiston thriving city.. 'r; .;
Philpdelphia and Cleveland are the "
centers which have seen warehouses .

already built and opened for use. We are pioneers in the Barber usines S. = '

Work is to begin this all on others ,.1.. ;

__ in New Orleans, Fargo and India- Above? Is shown the type of building which helps make Clewiston, ,immune} from storms. The building shown : -, -- ',, ,
napolis. The New Orleans warehouse above i Is the new Hopkins! block on on. ,Bond street. .I i : ,. '>: .. ; ', ..:. '
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is scheduled to, open in November, jl: :(A ;r-: :; ; -IT PAYS- :

the .Fargo warehouse in Decemberand here, can do justice to this jaunt over I ..:.", ,,. .
the Indianapolis warehouse in "the great North road," Cecil Rhodes ":: : ,"

January.J. dream highway. Knee, deep in water .54To. : patronize our'shop.. / '

P. Little, manager of the parts for weeks at a time. the expedition :
and service division in a statement plugged doggedly on across treacherous q ay By Chert;

Issued last week pointed out that the crocodile infested Bahora, Flats / .vj
pleted will increase the storage facilities and the swollen banks of the Ruvu + CLEWISTOKS: PIONEER BARBER SHOP / \

river. The Bahora Flats are 70 miles :
of his division by 30 percent., "
'It will mean,' he said, an addition of cross, yet it required the intrepid You often make mistakes but when 'Pales ,'
you .
210,000 additional feetof floor space. Chevrolet expedition 17 days to e'fr.ect r .-I'

"Chevrolet parts warehouses and a passage. paid by I: : 1,
you. .
act ,
The sedan is outfitted with two L. Clewiston 11 : '
major supply depots constitute and : Florida ::.*
spare petrol tanks each holding seven .
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added service that the company 'of- t "
fers. in order that authorized jallons. It has detachable gauze win We: often make mistakes but when' t..fXl:''.. 1
every : you pay 1"11"11'1'''''''''''''''''''''.''''" ," ,#" ,,# ,,
Bows, and seats that drop back to "
service station and repair depot willhave
allow sleeping accomodatJons. Wire yq v r bills by checks you always have a, receipt .
avail ;
genuine Chevrolet' parts _,, r
fitted in front of the -- -"== u --- ==<' --==-====- taajajfet ejjjjgfa;.,
screens were .
able promptly for Chevrolet owners"Mr by Bookkeeping is simple I; : -" ., '. I
: Little said. I radiators of both ,sedan and truck to if used in this 'manner. I ECONOMY, n. The regulation of household affairs; frugality in ex ''
prevent seeds'and mud from
The warehouses 'and depots carryseveral grass penditure. (Universal Dictionary).
choking the radiators.
hundreds of thousands of I ,I
Inside the sedan, rifles and shotguns
1 dollars worth of stock and thereforea ,are slung' up under the roof. Let us help you with your banking problems. r'': Permit us to add' that it is also a: virtue The \ y

very important factor in the commercial The tire carriers at the rear of, both numerous household savings effected through : .
-- life of the communities in cars have been altered to carry two FiRST :

which... they are located Mr. Little spare tires. Oversize tires, 31 by BANK OF CLEWISTON proper refrigeration constitute true economy; ;

said. 5.00 are used. Both cars are equippedwith frugality may be seen reflected in the purchase : ., <

Aside from the building activity, bumpers, and two lights and a of efficient refrigeration equipment. ( .
heat meter. Clewiston Florida ;
the divisional 1928,
program for as 'I '
BOHN builds such 1:
The' expedition is reach refrigerators we
outlined by Mr. Little, is also con- expected to

cerned with 'Boston and Denver, cities Stockholm! early in October. Ii"ila ilaI : ,handle them. We are prepared to supply your: "' :

where now existent, warehouseswill requirements of this or other kitchen equip 1
be vacated thtis fall for new I WWb r: bt o
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ment. :. ISSItiCLEWISTON : ,' -
quarters because present facilities : ,L .
have proven!: inadequate. Thus before .
the year closes the parts and serv- i j BUILDING MATERIAL CO-

ice division will have new ware- }I
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houses in- each of ten ,cities. r I i I II = : ---" === "

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and 6000 square feet of space has. I ...
been set aside in these warehouses I

-:- for use of the zone sales schools. The :

warehouses also house the offices of w I

the zones sales managers and their
. staffs. All of the new: buildings have ,
: been built according to plans and I
specifications of, Chevrolet Motor ,
company 4I ,

News of the conslusion of what.was I .ItTookooooo.Years. : ,

perhaps the most hazardous endurance i

test ever undertaken by an automobile ,
-the,, famous. Chrevolet trek \ :: .

up through the center of Africa from 1 ,: Prepare

j Cape Town to Cairo-has just reached ,.,
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the following brief cable from General I fe ; I II il ,

Motors, South Africa Ltd, 'Chev .

rolet expedition reached Cairo Aug Down'in southern Florida there is a I
\ ishing fertility, an even and
'l1S 6. All the l way by road, no boats, .
a huge area:,some:'500,000 acres,in the an abundance of tropical sunshine. II :- .
no rail. Greatest achieveratn of its or'f
form of a natural limestone bowl full For the State and other ) J' *1
twenty -
kind in automotive years '
history. '
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and truck in excellent conditin..' of- a rich, black. muck, said by experts agencies! have been! at work digging I' tip oj.Vl .\ .. ''Sf I

As this is written the expedition, '_J9 lisuiu&ng'&e*.-feitiile-&oifs"an; : ; 'r clr fla g cano t'J1:arr Y-0 if-tn cess
consisting .of....a jrt4Btf a:""k-Srie v7cleT .}--; earth. For something like three water, and at 1 sl'thl: lahd r1s being* ___ 1 .' ? I OIl.Otunll.our Ownllorne!
r c f an a uu tint c, manned by four adventurers million years Lake Okeechobee, adjoining released for use. 1 'I

has in all probability, : > this district on the north, has The Southern Sugar Company has
crossed the Bosphorous 'to Constanti- .... Or Will You Waft A Little Longer? & \ '
.' ;,. overflowed 'annually in a slow, thin acquired one,hundred thousand acres V

nople. Twenty-four large European sheet of water, carrying a load of silt, .of this fabulously rich muck land.

cities are to be visited before it' ar- {) decomposed vegetable matter and Extensive experimental work has I. You want a home,and you have wanted ft for tome
rives in London. Ten thousand miles
will have been 2 mineral saltsand depositing them on proved this regionamongthcchoi.ceston time. :4.'fIJ '
traversed when it No one has to tell you the advantages 1t.brings- ;
the floor of the ;
concludes its history making trip in ,f) bowl. earth for sugar growing.,.Complete dom from rent worries,credit;pride in yoqr. ..,.o\vn peso;'
Stockholm. Gradually this deposited beganto water control has been established on lions., ,.

<-.s The CooIIdgean message, which Informed V' appear above water in the form ofLlar.ds. nearly forty thousand acre .,, Sugarcane 1 You just haven't seen:your way dear ytt.. a""o I

.'. the world of the finish of the 2 : Then came a tough, wiry has been planted sufficient to T

- 6,000 Cape Town-Cairo journey in growth known as saw grass. For' yield a crop of about 300,000 tons of Did you C'YU.k a home owner bow he nuMtfrrf? Igltale b@4. ,
',' the countless thousands of this of ten he will teU 1 bought home the Bufld3eaadLo n ways -
astonishing time of 135 days, was years saw cane i in 1928 which two large extracting you my
It' the qtikkert' ;the easiest way Through It you'onbe, tarcalled
lacking in deail-but it sufficed, for 'i7, grass has grown its yearly crop, died, mills are ready to handle. All this in a-(some of your owl choke:when spring cotbex> f B.you act :---
-' the time being, to satisfy American rotted and become of the earth has been done under,the tom.
supervisionof ,
I,l--'. ... part Rgure out your peat resource ).bboar ebcfctjr led t kit
:' Chevrolet officials that no train how- that has now completely filled the highly competent engineers, and Bufldins' fit Loan.pay the hahnrr for TOW I, _..: ..1. ". _
ever eperilous is too difficult for a
:j-:='. standard Chevrolet car. g limestone bowl._ sugar operators. A booklet describingthe

j' 'iJ In this region, called the Ever- Company's activities will be sent .
,. Of the earlier stages of the perilous I '
undertaking glades, are combined a soil of aston-' upon request; .
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set forth from Cape Town March 7, DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES For information write : .,': -,'' .. :
at the height of the rairiy season, t. .-: '.

vivid accounts of the trek were sent :1
back to civilization aC intermittent .. CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING '
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intervals. The .
party is not lacking .
In !
competent historians. Besides C .' I'
1.:;1 H. V. Lacey, 'Ithe chief, the party in -*- :iII :and Plantations in Louisiana Jfills? and Plantations in Florida ( .I ."' ')1t4l'.,
\t! eludes Gordon Makepeace, newspaper .: I Ir
y a [NDUS7klS '. .
man; Wallie Wilson expert wireless '; .S;: ASSOCIATION .55 .. :
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operator, and Billie Williams, famous '.,'- .. "-.'."..".*-' -; -._,';* :' '
cinematographer. Published accounts P.
' .,- Executive Offices 645 North Avenue
of the journey, were mado Possible Michigan Chicago ..

from time, to time through the cooperation n Clewiston Fla. L : .
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of the famous South African .
Argus group of newspapers. "Thh advertisement is appcorimg in the following publications Chicago Journal of Commerce :

't zNo summary such .as is necessary United Stales Daily Barron's Weekly Wall Street Journal Coast .Investor, World's Work Fortes ;,
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.. 1- Because of the activity of local The new arrival in the Cole family .: :;, w G

big part has been named Wilbur Hull Cole.He's ,
,1 women who have played a
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getting bigger day and i : .
every 1
!I e in the caring for the refugees since ; <
according to reports will be reading .', .
the. storm there has been compara in week.E. ...
newspapers K" > !
tively little sbcial activity in Clew rti -. : ::..: .: "" "

"' iston during the past week. Several ,'
J. Molter of the Molter Drugtompany. _
.,' ., parties which were planned were Less than: two weeks after our opening day
the bi-weekly dance is IiI Sebring for a few dayson -, = i. ,
postponed as was business. .. ,
., 'of the Clewiston, Veteran's club which I 4 -

was scheduled for this week. we. are n'ow completing. plans for.. a .new. ,repair -'
With the work of caring for the On a beach party at Crescent Beach' ---S* .

r refugees, rapidly passing the emergency near Fort Myers Sunday; were Mr. -'

} stage and, settling down to the Hanson, !Mr. Fridge and Mr. and 1' a ryraa .. garage. ? "; '
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routine of rehabilitation work it is Mrs. Tom Smith.T. f M aJ 11 I I II.

.". believed that Clewiston will again become ; ,

-:...' :....'., active socially next week and V. Watson of the Robert T. ? I. Such approval: must' be deserved. ,
!, several local women are planning Cochran company of New York is .

.-{ :: small card parties while many of the spending a few days in Clewiston on '

.r "_ clubs will 'probaBly meet. business. Mr. and Mrs.. Watson will 'I I J ;,1, _

:1 be remembered as being socially ac- .

.:-<'. 'I", '.' :.'.'- Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche accompanied tive during the stay here last winter CONNELLS: SERVICE STATION .

+ by :Mr. Fraze and Mrs. Rlbert and their many friends are glad to I ,
--- .Backus motored to Crescent Beach see Mr. Watson in Clewiston again

a Y near Fort Myers Sunday. I ...

Mrs. Joe Godfrey and Mrs. E. L. v iy'a 'I Clewiston . Florida
.. 0 Stewart spent' Tuesday in Fort My .
: F. B. Tippins, Lee county sheriff .,
+,ers. ,, .. .. ,
:' accompanied by Miss Margaret Shep i

a1 .pard, Fort JVIyers Red Cross ,worker ., .
were in Clewiston Sunday'to offer 0. 'G. ,Greed who was employed by -

r their assistance. Miss Sheppard will the Southern Sugar company here ,. .

.pro 'ably return this week to be stationed has gone to live in West, Palm Beach. I :
J : here fqr a few weeks to assist .
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t. Mr. C. C. Barnes and local workers -j Art Lawrence of the Clewiston .. I
in rehabilitation work. Supply company has. returned froma 1 .- t
I. I f vacation in Minnesota. Refugees in Clewiston, both whites and 1 negroes were well, provided for

LEGAL NOTICE during the emergency relief period. W. C. Hooker chairman; of the Relief I YOUR
i S. Godfrey formerly of Marion, N. Committee of the Rehabilitation board announced following a survey

: C., has with the I his committee. .
\ In the Circuit Court of the Twelfth accepted a position by ..
.' Judicial Circuit of the State of I Southern Sugar company to fill the +! : .

I Florida -in and for the' County of vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buucher were I I' T.: Coleman Clark of the Florid .. "', c J", ;" '" ". -"i..*'*.,'-':":*,s:'";'<.-:>-:' '*, :,',." ,_.*-.'*-',":,' ,'" :"Ji'" "i.,, ...::.. "'>."

Hendry. In Chancery. his brother Joe who is now in chargeof It dinner guests of E. J. Keer at the Power and Ice company is in ,Clew I .;-, < .:'- ;', ; :' ; .j' :: .
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Hugh McLeod, Complainant, -I the Clewiston branch of the Moore Clewiston Inn Wednesday evening. iston .on business. : : {?';7:" <'f" ;;'';;" :

J Haven Sales company; .- "i' '
Thomas- O'Brien and Thelma O'Brien, C% A.' Jackson and Uaul Deam _, Depends. .to: a great. extent on. the'f : .
his wife, W. H.: Reynolds and An- Miss Lynette Willingham of Moore . ,
Friday bus -
in Fort Myers on HUMIDITY HELPS '
P. his wife were ,
: Haven was married to Roy Alston of neatness of YOt.lr'wearing : ,
,'c Rely! and Mary Reilly, his wife, iness. : apparel
,, : and' Cecil 'T. Hyde and Mary Hyde, Clewiston Sunday Sept. 17 at Bartow.
Ihis wife, Defendants. After a motor tour of the state they San Francisco,-Nearly a dozen "E'.;" ,' '.
Tarry Eaton had as dinner guestsat I unseasonable forest fires were burn- ,.:. -
-"'> returned Clewiston -
and '
:.:.:- are now -,
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Order Of Publication.- making their home here. Clewiston Inn Sunday evening eve- ing in widely separated areas In Cal- You can't afford to take chance. ; .
It 'appearing from the affidavit ning Mr. and Mi's. Frank Bucher._ .' ifornia, but state and. federal forestry a
filed in the above cause that the residences -
officials believed that by tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Allhands
the spent
of defendants Thomas
O'Brien, his wife, Raymond Reilly ,Wednesday in Fort Myers on. busi-. Marcia Harvel was presented witha they would be cOl rcned. ',- ,Send Your Clothes to the Laundry ...
- 'land Mary Reilly, his wife, and Cecil'T. !ness. collie pup on her birthday Tues- Aided by increased 'humidity and

Hyde and Mary' Hyde, his wife, |I' day. heartened by weather bureau predic- CLEWISTON .
are unknown; that the defendants Mr. and Mrs. F. M., McConnachie tions of rain and lower temperatures, ',. STEAM LAUNDRY
);V. H. I S -
.S. Reynolds and Anna P. ReyI
nolds his wife are non-residents of accompanied by Glenn Heard and F. L. Williamson accompanied by_ fire fighters in northern Californiahad
'.'c ., the State of Florida, and that the.I Miss Beatrice Kettl spent Sunday at to Miami and stopped three blazes in Butte ; Clewiston: Florida. '
... Captain Lockhart drove .
. : place of residence and 'post office Brighton.. I ... county near Richardson Springs, at :
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Address of the said W. H. Reynolds I- ': >t.aiq: ;. Palm Beach- Sunday -: T :-:" ',.L ," . .
: "', I I Bar and at Magalia.
-S. ." A, and Anna P. Reynolds; his wife, as Y

particularly as the same is 'known to j. .
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the affiant is General Delivery, Vil- ,\-
lisca--rowa: ; that there is no person
in the State of ,Florida upon whom .
the service of a subpoena would bind '. ::'1 : ;{ -JStC
'd- any of said defendants;. and that the : .' : : 4Stability ,..
-: said defendants are 'each'of them : : :: <

r P- ,J.. over it is therefore the age' of ordered twenty-one that said:years defendants ;- ; :! < I. : : : :: :, 5. .5 ; '. .

- each and all of 'them, be .
and they are hereby required to ap ,yr., ; .';; : ,.k ;< ;,;'. .. .. ,'; ) .<'; ,-t. '

in pear to the Bill of Complaint filed : ..:. .,.,..:, : .",. ,t.-: ,'. Cleanliness is next to Godliness :
said cause on or before Monday, r : ... %rf. < .: *
Is the : / I.
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the 5th day of November, A. D, 1928 I ,"- 'r. In :: '.. "; : .

otherwise the,allegations of said Bill ;' .
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of ; ,
Complaint will be taken as confessed Gordon & Heard -
by said defendants. : ; Building "
-. It Is further ordered that this or- > /::;, .,} 'I .. .. ..' .'" .
der be published once a week for
four consecutive weeks in the. ClewJston Si ,
News, a weekly newspaper of .
general ; :- .' .
circulation in 'said County
and Stat .
Doneand _..u.,' .. .
ordered in LaBelle Flor- ..

: ida, this 24th day of September, A. .i'.'J'C".I'r il', .I'-:1. Y-' --r -" __S_._ .
'. ;. ,D. 1928. -

WILLIAM T. HULL "'. ,. ,..,, Follow The Crowds
Clerk of Circuit Court. ;,' .:'. '. 7 : .'" ,' ', < r J
Solicitor for Complainant.

;+' 9284t. -- The ;people of Clewiston realizing this fact have kept our. I ,

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF entire force working at, top speed repairing 'storm 'dam Every day our dining room is being filled

COUNTY FLORIDA, IN IN AND CHANCERY.FOR HENDRY' to capacity. We feel that, it is not due toth'e

5:, Florida' Land and Timber Company, age. -- ., ,.- .' j;..:,' I fact that we operate a hotel, but that our

..' J i ., a.. Duration- of Iowa' under, doing the business laws of the in ,.'. :';" :.J.t.S: 'i:( .::,;1; 'X'j:: ; {;..<,: .'of ,: : /: /:". /'{"":"' :: :::-;::,-:-..\" :;," ; 'j'_ ;.:";:.if:::: : .,'.r'a..' : .:.:, meals are pleasing. '. .

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.. ; Walter Paul Shepherd VS and AnnieHull c :: : 1>:, -",. : : : ; ; ',': ,. : '\:,:; ; : :: '':_'; .' "<' .' .. '.' .

Shepherd Defendant There is always a waiting list for rooms yet

It ORDER appealing OF by PUBLICATION affidavit of -w. N. That the building program. :has not been lessened by the I we continue to serve the public.Several ...'.. .. _
; above entitled, solicitor'cause,of that record the defend in the .. ,-,- ,:, -V-- ._... .._ ._...._. > l: : :,:: ". :: _. :. "
is evidenced
storm by the fact that
- Walter Paul Shepherd and Annie Hull we are two '
State of Florida, and if is a residentof .
the. State of Florida they have been new houses this week. -.. ,"< I families have found that they' can

; -. days absent preceedlng from the State this more date than that sixty they ....., ." .- ,. .". .. '..,"f .'.... 'r'r. .>-v". ". .'' .:' .,.:.:,. .: '" ':"';G ;:.. save by having their noon day meal with iis.

'" ,are over the age of twenty-one years, '. .'. :;'i : ; ': You too, can make your work lighter by following -
; that there is no person in the state : : ,J : 1(1 .
{ of Florida crevices of a subpoena up ; ,. ',". this 'example. -
-1 ; dants.on whom would bind the said defen' : ''-'' ,(' .!- ." <.'.' :I'' :' ,:. ;, 'i/,>';,,'... .
} ,.- That IT IS Walter NOW THEREFORE Paul Shepherd ORDERED Whn you build get the best.Gordon ." :. :: :.::' .:"; ,. ':;-: 'r"t" ;:f:'< .
and An- '
I Hie Hull Shepherd be and they are hereby ." : Let'us serve you:;or make arrangements for
:' p required to appear to the bill of ::: ;i ;\i 1 : your' social affair --'
complaint ruled herein for the purpose j: : : i .
of foreclosing a certain mortgage ; : "

a r; on 1928 Monday, the same the first'being'' day rule of day October ; } : : :- :: : ', I" .

y ? In said Court, otherwise the allega- : .. CLEWISTON'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL
.5 tines of said bill will be taken as con ': '
-" fessed by him :( c ': & Heard \ "
It is futher ordered that this order ; :. :
t be published in the Clewiston News, .
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:; ': ; .. ; WATANABE HOTEL
c once a week for four consecutive / ., .. .i ;
weeks, the said Clewiston News being <\, : .- .: .'
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weekly f'vspaper printed and published : : Designers Builders
:I : and In general cfruclation in f
Hendry Florida. -
II I County
I .. Witness my hand and official teal Better Tomes MRS CLAUDS DOWNS, Manager.. '-'-, .
:. this the 30th day of Alienist A D1A28 ,-' t -
Seal William T. Hull i
I hereby certify that the above i fq a Florida : ; "
full true and corr(>et ropy of the orte- : .,
foul order of publication on file in my ,

William T. Hull Clerk af CircultCourt .,'. .\ ,-
; Mwk &f Circuit Court. -' I .
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Successor to Clewis The Clewiston ton News Progress r An Accidental Accomplice CAEBAGESANDKINGS I

' Entered as second-class matter February S, 1928, at the post officeat --- I .

Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON

Copyright 1928, Doubcda.y Doran & custom herself to directors: address- What, a big time some ,of those, California editors f? will have now. tp .

LOUIS A. MORGAN . . . Publisher. Company ing film actresses, young and old, indiscriminately '

WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFORE. as' "deary," and a moment A LaBelle paper says that twelve-]houses were destroyed at: Clewistonand "

TdM SMITH .. ,. . '. . ., Editor. ---.-- later," when something went I five persons lost, their lives here. Too ridiculous! for comment and" .t
.- wrong at, a vital moment; to ,hfcar the I "" ,
Subscription Rates same over-polite director erupt: : in n lust about as accurate 'as the same paper's reports on the County' Welfare r."

By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida Carol Dare New 'Yo-k society girl blasphemous frenzy Association.. {;'
Her entrance into the work had '
Ono year 5250 One year i! engaged to Beverly Weeks, scion ofa r i i (
1.09 been made easy. Sam Schreyer took
months 1.60 Six: months consults an oriental that Glades farmers :, .
Blx wealthy family, Many state papers express surprise are anxious .: '
..76NEWS' her to see Max Mixer, introducing her -.J ,
Three months 1.25 Three months to lear whether she will be "..
mystic as Miss Dore. How much, of her, his- \to go back to farming after th'e storm. Yet they would hardly expect Kansas = .
She Istold to wait and -
ti PLATFORM happy. \ tory Schreyer had told in advance .
this advice on fier' way : to be depopulated after' a tornado. t ,
with transportation., on neVer -, .
1. Definite control of Lake Okechobee water she knew, although she real- ,"
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and home? she Is rescued from the path: ized from the deference with which I f'

of an approaching automobile by one 'the film producer received her that Other newspaper men say that ,those. living on the shore'. of ,Okeecho- ,
of products. '
3. A substantial downward revision of freight tes on vegetables and Alan Mason, who later proves a real something had been said. to impresshim. bee are' gambling: their lives. But in still another paper we read that ,\.-
friend, when Carol's father Banker At Schreyer's suggestion she "
other products of this region to the northern markets. there are 650,000 motor cars in New York. What's the difference? ,
'John Dare is arrested and lodged in
cooperative marketing association for seriously begun to read the film ..
4. The fart functioning a -
-, jail on an embezzlement charge. magazines familiarize. herself with -. .
both buying and selling purposes.
-On going, to see her father in jail, the names and plays of the film Now is the time for all ,good men to write to their friends that Clew- '

she- aids in the' escape of Benny world. From: this reading she had .-iL
28 :1929 Iston needs a 75-room hotel.
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Bergman, exconvict who, later to gathered that Mr.: 'Mixer was 'a great "

I show his gratitude lears that her fa and important personage. .T
Kellog may. open sanitarium In Tampa.-Newspaper headline. Wonder :'
THE RED CROSS ther was ,the 'victim of a plot and She;, was amazed to find him young, 1'1"
-- seeks>\ the assistance of Rev. Trlggs, clean:; ,shaven, hardly more than a if that will affect the price of 'corn flakes or is_it just a flurry? / "

general way with tho National Red Cross pastor of a fashionable church. The boy. Of the same rach as Schreyer, ,,'
familiar in a
All of us are "
Minister refuses however, and after he manifestly was of a different ,set, Tampa Liquor is Too Rotten For UseBy Storm Sufferers Says the :.:. :

organization. We remember that in the Mississippi flood and other disasters Jlhe' escaped convict has gone, the more cultured, better educated, yet :
with shrewd business instincts. Politely Tampa Tribune. Looks like the Board of Trade might take, some action \,_,
and minister realizes his despicable con-
work in relieving
that this organization did a great enough, but with a ''nervous on that. ,_1'
duct. :
getting; conditions back to normal as quickly as possible.But In the maenwhile Carol finally decides staccato, he had fired a volley of \ "1 .-r
questions '"
at her. '
to write to Weeks and release Jeffries' cows are doing fine he says and appear to like their new {
activities of C. C. Barnes representative of the National Red Could she dance? Ride? Play ten- '
the She then
him from their engagement. nis? Swim? Had she ever fenced? home at Clewiston. Think what they'll do :when that victrola is installed :: .

the past few days has afforded us an even Odes to Sam Shreyer, the lawyer -to '
Cross at Clewiston As she answered all these ques- and plays soft music. iJ'i\
Whom she was directed by Benny J
organization and has made it tions in the affirmative, he nodded
the workings of
keener insight into Bergman, to ask him to handle her '
approvingly, all ''the while studying -- ..
possible to even better. appreciate the wonderful work it is doing. father's case. hear features estimatlngly. This keeping cows contented is getting to be an art. Near the Moore \\

In the meanwhile Alan Mason helps "It all depends on whether you Haven bridge! one night this week, we ykw a cow comfortably parked by ff

Hundreds of refugees were affected by the storm which exacted a Carol with her problems, arranging to screen well," he said, and, pressing '
irom' '
the side
of the road .while a few feet her head a bon fire blazed to f/;
get her to sell her furniture and cars a button, summoned two men with @,,
Residents of this community, i>
large toll in the territory east of Clewiston. keep the mosquitoes ji.r _1
and to realize that ..she is .no longer cameras, and led her to the roof of away.

Moore Haven, Fort Myers and St. Petersburg quickly rallied to their wealthy. Mason ...then .suggests. that \\the building in which his office was In fact if this keeps up, dairy, 'hands may be replaced by governesses. )

located, having first directed the .It.:
she change her name to avoid unpleasant : .
assistanc'e and averted additional suffering. They handled the situation ,, :.
publicity.Now young woman who acted as his sec- Or' we may see signs on country roads similar to hospital streets in ,r ,

well but naturally they could not afford. to neglect their business indef- Go On With The Story retary to "make: her up" the city reading, "Dairy Zone-Quiet." ',

,- Carol was amazed_ to find her face .
initely and so the National Red Cross was notified and-this organization being plastered with pink powder. Or when Hubby starts the radio "Hush :you may wake the cow,!" ,' }:

immediately requested Mr. ,Barnes to come to Clewiston and direct relief Carol was nonpulsed Horrified as "It'll make me look hideous," she

she had been at Mason's! : first sug- protested. This contentment business has POSSibi i les. We can, picture: bulky .t
and rehabilitation work. "Not \
al all, said the girl. "With
gestion, appalled at the very idea Bossy spread luxuriously over the back seat of a foreign! made car, while ,/,
Doris and Mr. Schreyer, both'entbu- the lights they use, the..effect is
-.s, The spirit he has shown here, which is typical of the Red Cross, is wonderful." a liveried chauffeur takes her for a spin in the cool of evening. FAn .
. ------- -'----.., of it, with two more, of her advisers, .:
of the first he that whileas the same It ,was embarrassing t'first with
deserving highest. praise. In the \ place explained siastically recommending
the two dozen feet all 'to get better milk. How : .
plan, she felt the ground fast slip- cameras, hardly a : jcffg5iecaniAnnouncement ,t j'
a Red Cross man he is willing and anxious to do all in his power to ping under her feet. away, clicking away at her, to be told : I ''"4

in quick succession to "smile "look
help the sufferers and while he is willing and anxious to give local peoplethe "But," she protested weakly, "I ,
sad," "register expectation," "in
wouldn't know how to go about it' .
benefit of his years of experience in this work, he prefers to be con "Leave it to me," said Schreyer. dignatiou." It was somewhat discon- \

certing to be put through various ac-
sidered merely a gobetween or guide and not be known as the head of the "Max Mixer gets back from the J
coast next week. He's theb iggest- of ttions, bidden to walk, to run, to sit .... ;;,,.,.r, .

local relief agency. Briefly, he wants Clewiston people to 'map out their the producers, and he'll give you a down, to stand. up, to shake hands,

i him. yet she got through with it. and : .
deal. I'll it
work and follow it through! ,, calling on him and his National, organization square up .r ;
We'll have a screen test made ; of .when she was, almost, ready! ;.to. drop ," : .," : ;: ; .: : '.
''from weariness- Mr. :Mixer at last : :: : < ; : ,: ,
for any assistance necessary. Immediately a meeting' was called, and in ,and if screen well, you'll : :
_. you you .
n.- :, I seemed satisfied. \ d .. ., ..... "." .. .. ... -'><1<''' > .-. ..
soon 'bo< :'making your fortune. ; ; -
accordance with his previously expressed views Mr. Barnes declined the : I : ;; ; ;J" : : .
well said Carol 1511 do '
"Very "I'll have these films ,developed < : : :
1 _
general chairmanship. He made it clear that the ,Red Cross is ready to : whatever ybu say.' right away," he said curtly; "Call me ; .: : .
Relieved of .,
to haveth e matter in the morning "
lend assistance both'financial and'in personnel where trained workers her occupation settled, se told Mr. The next day Schreyer telephoned r UR is : 1I

are ..u""oQQ".."'""; .....'.....1... ". Schreyer: of Seaton'srcall on her, and her. new Dairy now

I of how they had thwarted him, also I 0 .
V <: "It's all fixed he cried. "You .i for inspection to .
His\plan for helping the storm sufferers; and one the. unselfishnessof mentioning her belief that she had '=- (
been shadowed. screen fine. Mixer's going to give '

,, -which. 'must- commend itself to all charitable people is this: Schreyer nodded knowingly as she you the lead i in his new five-reeler, .. the public. Visit .us and .

.. told of her experience: I'The Billionaire's ''Daughter., You're)

In _the words of Mr. ,Barnes, the first consideration is' taking care of : "It's' Prosper Strong that's havingit to get two hundred and fifty dollars see the care taken in supply"ing'Clewiston's .

done," he said. "Your disappearingfrom a week. He wanted to sign you up
the emergency. With that finished, instead of letting the victims shift for needs.
the apartment evidently has for three years, but nothing doing. ,

themselves, the next plan is to ,see ,that, they get back to their, homes as bothered him ,a lot. He must have You got Sam Schreyer, to look out .

quickly put it up to Seaton to locate:you and 'for you. 'Two hundred and, fifty in H' f t'
'as possible and take their .
up pursuits where
: they were :when the see what you were about. It means \this piece-and an option for five ,,

storm interrupted. This is no overnight Job 'as it entails the repairing of one thing for certain. He's going to hundred dollars for the next piece: I

leave no stone unturned to Chat's all."

the .houses of ,the sufferers, supplying them with the -necessities of life r I I father behind the* bars. I keep will your get I 1 '"How wonderful!" she cried. "But J The Clewiston Dairy

as long as is and then track of Seaton, though, and what
necessary to give them see
a helping hand in getting, -but are they going to use my name? \ '
he is! up to. If find shad-
any one
back "Leave it to little Sam to fix ev-
to work on their :
farms. It
will take at least two months. Here thenIs owing you again, call me at once on' CLEWISTON FLORIDA '
erything. I gave Max the big idea.
an organization which without ostentation, moves quietly into a strickenarea the phone. He's going to feature you as 'Miss

makes a quick As Carol left his' office and rode Mystery.' It's up to you not to let ,"", ",_ r.: 5'Y"' ;__ i .-
survey of conditions and Immediately sets about the uptown, even though she had decided
... anyone know who you are and to ,
business of getting back to normalcy. there 'was nothing left for her but keep up the bluff of having lots of
to try the films, she could
not get money-see? Hire yourself a maid, .- -, j..

'How wonderful to think that. civilization' has progressed. to that point> Stell Van out of her mind. She pic- and always go to the studio in a taxi. I ;,
tured her
as she had seen her on the 1 "
It's great stuff. Keep them guessing
a helping hand is ready to extend assistance to unfortunate sufi' first dayi, n Mr. Schreyer's office- see?" .'

ferers! Since coarseon, Prosper Your appearance will count more if ;
are closer to home _
let us consider for a moment coarse, noisy, overdressed, holding, Glad for many reasons that she '
have Tailor Made Clother. :
the wonderful spirit of an organization that immediately: l'ushes'assistance proud court among the office meni- was to work incognito, she accepted -7 you % ..-

to stric'k" n unfortunates. s. als. his! suggestion about a maid and sent

And onething more she decided.If for Felice, who, fortunately, was After years of careful study we are "

We have heard Mr. Schreyer did succeed in getting 'still out of a. place, arranging wit} i

it said and it is ,easily understandable. that Red Cross her a place in the films, she the girl to accompany 'her daily to prepared to give you the best your moxn-

Day is not merely to collect great sums of wah not going to let Mr. Mason. ]know 'the studio. She watched with wondering \ ** -" .*., .* ,
money to continue the good ey can buy. ,
work since anything about it, even though it w she eyes the work, of building a

there are several millionaires who would gladly subscribe- who had' first suggested the idea. five-reeler. t

the entire quota. But rather that it gives the populace an She did not want him to know hereas I I Like most persons whose expeii- Why send your orders away when ,

be part of this opportunity to ac motion picture actruess, or toI once with stage and is limited I in ..,'
organiz tion-an screen \ \ give guaranteed service
opportunity by subscribing a small-sum think of her as a creature: of the to viewing the finished product from j we can you

to help} humanity. films. She was certain now that he Clewiston? ,
the comfortable orchestra chair, Car-
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respected her, and she wished to retain J
I ol was amazed at tho ororr.iau: :
*X Is a wonderful his respect. If she were to become "
opportunity for C.ewiston. to be part amount of laborious work. involved \ r' .
of this S
great a motion picture actress, he ] .
association and I in producing thetwo-hour t,'
organize a local chapter might spectacle.She .'
of the Tied _
M, Barnes _
was surprised at the painstaking -
who will be here while. the relief work is i i But pshaw, why think of him or : NOLE4LIJ) f;:

going on Would undoubtedly be j his opinion) at all?,? After all, what care bed id p.ovdiug t l j sc-: I to!

Pleased to outline _the work and help in the formation of' ;was this workman but an acquaintance tings, and listened vMth eager interest I'' C' CLOTHE ;;': .
a local chapter. Lei the fads to itJtTJ"i'CQR rruumnr w :
We also have reason to a pleasant chance acquaintance to Max Mixer's conferences with us prove :you -- ::1M C owrer, -It
believe '
that-be could. arrange to have a field Secretary I who had happened to be useful. architects, customers, directors, cameramen Tto.GLOBE TAILORING_Co5 ,"

stationed here for : ,').
possibly a year to teach local Chapter Twenty-Seven -gradually coming to appreciate ':,

of Red Cross work Clewiston has women the routine ANOTHER THRUST that-all of them were strivingfor "':-: ,
good. reason'to ..
be proud of Its heal Carol went into the films went correctness of detail, fur aruativi .f:':'>-
women for the .
manner in which they have rallied to the help of the needy timorously ashamed-expecting to results. Mixer gave her the script of ,'', .

in this instance. How fine then find loose talk, vulgarity, wickedness, ,the piece to read I' .

that these same willing women and the licentiousness, debauchery. She DARCY DRY CLEANING, COMPANYThe ..

-.. --ec.Ure town be given the opportunity to affiliate with NationalRed Cross. found Instead work, hard work, long "You must get to know this story ,, ... .

Why not let the women name a night within hours, earnest effort, feverish ambi by heart," he said. "You must liveit. -, t .;. -
t the next two weeks for a tion. You must feel it! Unless you un- ': ,.

town-wide mass meeting when the advantages of such a move can be more True, she had many shock' ?. Often ''derstancl It your acting will be stiff,

.fully discussed. :We have seen a wonderful, -xample.: Let her sense of the proprieties was rudely unnatural, posed." 'r -..
us profit it. '
F .. '" '. ..... .by: violated. She found it hard to ac- (Continued. next week) ; '

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r" |;N CIRCUIT: COURT, TWELr-Tn weekly newspaper printed and pub- State of Florida, the services of a sub once a week for four consecutive' More Supplies ..;et.ro they got well under way a
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: STATE OF lished and in general ciruclation. in poena upon .whoin would bind said deC weeks In the Clewiston News, a weekly I Lull rode
dog behind the
AND FOR HfcNUKY endants, negro.; Thus
FLORIDA, IN Hendry County Florida. newspaper. printed and published
. :. COUNTY, ,IN CHANC .ri Y. Witness my hand and official seal IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDER and In general circulation in Hendry Received For they passed through the storm and

....: this the 30th day of August A. D.1'J2S ED that the Dorothea Realty Company County, Florida. I I emerged unscratched. St. Petersburg
William T. HullI be required to to the bill Witness hand seal.
Land and I imbcr: Company, Seal appear my and official Storm Victims people hearing' of the incident sent
.'. .- Florida under the laws or uiw hereby certify that the above is a of complaint filed herein for the pur at LaBelle, Florida this the 30th day the sack
corporation of
a of Iowa, doing business i.. full, true and correct copy of the original pose of foreclosing a certain mortgageon of August A. D. 1928. .", feed for the cow, markingIt

,_ State State of Florida, Complainant, order of publication on file in my Monday, the 1st. day of: .October Seal William T. Hull "ToJlss Lilly Bovine, Miami
the office A. D. 192S, the same being Rule I Clerk of Circuit CourtI Locks, Fla." '

.. Holding VS Corporation, a William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt Day; of this court., otherwise the alle- hereby' certify that the ,above Is a Continued from page 1 I
I... Heal existing under the laws --- gations of said bill of complaint as true and correct'copy of the original at the Clewiston relief center and I. '

: .. corporation State or Florida, the Bay Shore: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE 01 confessed by them. Order of publication filed in my office at Okecchobee. I SANITATION GOOD
of the It is futhered ,ordered that this order \Villiam r. Hull Clerk. _
: (l investment Company a corporation IN hi St. PetersburgIts
_..,).*? existing under the laws of the State FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY' of publication be published before : doors at noon and had given all Sanitation conditions in the storm
said Rule Day once "a week for four _
Florida and the Marguerite stricken area east of Clewiston',
> of consecutive weeks In the "Clewiston which had announced a sale closed are
IIIJ:,, Company, a corporation existing IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH now satisfactory, It announced
News, a weekly l newspaper prInted I unsold stock to the Red Cross for : was
State of Florida
of the
the laws Florida Land and Timber Companya
;:j.f' under published and in general circulation here by Dr. F. L.
storm Tatom, chairman
,.,!.'1 / Defendants: corporation under the laws of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF relief.Among '
in. Florida.
Hendry County,
T ORDER OF PUBLICATION the State of Iowa, doing businessin the shipment of the sanitation committee of the .1
100 ,
Witness seal
hand and official FLORIDA
or'w.. N.
;.:.- It appearing by affidavit the the State of Florida at LaBelle, Florida this the 30th. day pound sack of grain addressed to rehabilitation board organized by,. the
of record in 1 '
Henderson, solicitor : Complainant i of August 1928. 'COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. Miss American Red Cross.
. Lilly Bovine, Miami
: above entitled cause, that the defend I VS Locks, Fla. I
seal William T. Hull
.: ": J tho Marguerite Investment Company, Real Estate Holding Corporation Clerk of said Court. The story behind It was that as Lilly FOR SALE-Ford Touring car. $50
, having no offices, agencies or representatives under the lawsof the fled
: a corporation existing Scow before the storm
a negro i
; ;. In the State of Florida, the State of Florida, and the Bay FJw11d; ,Land and> Timber ...r.1PanY'1]I new tires. A bargain-Call at the
.": and if the defendant, the Marguerite oration existing under the laws of the' IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFT. : l sought refuge on her back and) Clewistou] News office.
:: Investment Company, has aplace of State of Florida, and the E. A. Kel- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE ('" a corpoiat.oiiuider. tie iau.. of the;
: business. office, agency or represen lette Company a corporation existing I' Complained,
';'. : tative, they have been absent for more under the laws of the State of FloridaS.S. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.I 'VS_ I
:/ '- .'' than sixty (60)) days preceeding Mohler, W.L. Gage. Ocean Bay Florida! Land and, Timber Company 'I'V'm.J.Kenncdy, ant* vfe; r-a..s Ken ,
"' ; and that each of them is a corporation under the laws. of j nedy. .Defendants .
:: this date Acreage Company, a Corporation,
.;;:"':.. over the ago of twenty-one years and Bentin Dean, and all unknown C.I I the State of Iowa, doing business ORDER OF PUBLICATION

$ that there is no person in the State sons. in the State of Florida t It appealing: by iidavlt 01 *.'. Nhlendersiij ,1; s. w. :
r ;. ';.' of Florida the ervices of a subpoena Defendants Complainant. I II solicitor of record in the! t l/

..,.;:;'..;"... '' upon whom would bind said defend- ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt I VS above entitled cause that the defend l7(3
..::..,.: : ants. appearing by aifJdavit of w. N. I Gus Roell, Defendant ]i iI |Wm. J. Kennedy and wife Frances ,

:',.' /:;: IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED Henderson, solicitor of record in the I ORDER OF PUBLICATION [r Kennedy are non-iesidents of t.ie Sta "'..4. .. .. .
: ;; ,:',: that the Marguerite Investment Co- above entitled cause, that the defend I It appearing by uffldavit of w. N., teof Florida, and if'residents of the : .: (
:. :.t mpany be required to appear to the E. A. Kellete Company, a corporationS. .Henderson, solicitor of record in the State of Florida they have hen absent -; ';: t ; ,. :" .MuJi

" :'S;.: bill of complaint filed herein for the S. Mohler, W. L. Gage are each non- i I above entitled cause, that the defend 'from the State moro hal sixty .. t'.j, .;. ( .. .

"- ;; ': purpose of foreclosingg a certain mortgage residents of t he State of Florida andif Gus Roell is a non-resident of' the days preceding this date, ht they i ;) -
' ;, f Octo.e' State of Florida, and if he is a resident '., .
on Monday the 1st day o they are residents of theState of are over the age of \\entyone years, 0 ,

1:::::'::. abr A. D. 1928, the same being Rule Florida that they and each of- them of the State of Florida he has tnat there is no person in the State! "" ;4.,. .: ,.v(110)t'tCla. .....';;
:- Day of this court otherwise the allegations have been absent from 'the State more been absent from the State more than of Florida suvlces of a subpoena up I'i ', : :j

;::a: of said bill of complaint' as than sixty days preceeding this date, sixty days preceeding this date, that on whom would b'ncl: the said defendan : \ .<,' : :".fi/; f. : '

: ;J. confessed by them. f fj that each of them is over the age of i he is over the age of twenty-one that ts., '" '." .,-

: ',,,,,:,,,,,, It is futher ordered that this orderbe ,twenty one years, and that there is i there is no person in the State of Florida IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED '

.; ,\' published in the Clewiston News, no person whom would bind said, de services of a subpoena, 'upon That Wm. J. Kennedy an.d v/ifs Fran
. i' > once a week for four consecutive fendants or either of them. whom would hind the said defendant, ces Kennedy be and they are hereby CiBi ?loRtt&J C (/e-Jllt
..::' \ weeks, the said Clewiston News being IT IS NOW THEREFORE. ORDERED I IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED required to appear to thebill of com (

'.l.::" weekly newspaper printed and pub- that. E.. A. Kellette Company, a corporation -i That Gus Roell be and he is hereby qlaint filed herein f.)r the purpose of .
.[ lished and in general ciruclatiou in S. S. Mohler, W.L. Gage required to appear to the bill of complaint foreclosing a cer.tain mortga: on :: "

;,: Hendry County: Florida. each be and they 'are'.required to appear filed herein for the purpose of Monday the tirst day of October 1928

'tfl Witness my hand and official seal to the bill of complaint filed herein foreclosing a certain mortgage, on the same being Rule Day in said court; @ / J/fole > %
t. l. this the 30th day of August A. D.1928 for the purpose of foreclosing a. Monday the first day of October 1928, otherwise the allegations of said bill 2J 2 JldM1ClJ J40llJ'c.PcP

.- Seal William T. Hull certain mortgage, on Monday the 1st. the same being Rule Day in said will be taken as confessed by him.

X Clerk of Circuit' Court.I day of October A. D. 1928, the same Court, otherwise the ,allegations of It is futher' ordered thai this orderbe

), hereby certify' that the above is a being Rule Day of this Caurt; other- said bill will be taken as confessedby published in the Clewiston News, fJ0JIJ tJ'JlO'Jilr e

. ::.... full, true and correct copy of the original wis the allegations of said bill of I him. once a week for four consecutive '
:;: order of publication on file in my complaint will be taken as confessedby It is futher ordered that this' orderbe weeks, the said>Clewiston News being

';. ." office them.It r published in the Clewiston JNews, weekly newspaper printed and publIshed -

$3; :: William. 'T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt is' futher ordered that this orderbe 'once a week for four consecutive and jn general ciruclation in
:':. weeks, the said Clewiston News being
"; published in the Clewiston News Hendry County 'Florida.
( ..:. IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWElFTH once a week for four consecutive weekly newspaper printed and pub- Witness}' hand and official seal 1- --

"';'",:'.: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF :weeks the syld: Clewiston News being,[ifshed and in general ciruclation in this the 30th day of' August A. D.192S

l>; .: ". FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY weekly newspaper printed and pub- Hendry' County Florida. Seal William T. HullI
: I
t;;: ''''' :. COUNTY,. IN CHANCERY. lished and in general ciruclation in Witness my hand and official ,seal hereby'ceriifY that the above is a
:......" .': Florida Land and Timber Company, Hendry County Florida. this the 30th day of August A. D.1928 full true and correct copy of the original AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING

: a ,corporation. under the' laws of the Witness my hand and official seal Seal William T. HullI order of publication on file in my !
.". State of Iowa, doing business in .'his the 30th clay cf August A. D.1928 hereby certify that the above is a office

?]!.t .' the State of Florida, Complainant, Seal William T. HullI full. true and correct'copy of the origins William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt

;t:, .- VS I hereby certify that the above is a order of publication on file in 'my Clerk of Circuit'' Court.IN .

fcJ.. D. Pope and Katherine King Popett full true and correct cop of th.3 origInal office

C. W. Tomlinson and Harriett Tomlin order of publication on file in my William] T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourf: Let us save you money on repairing old

1.: .. : son, and Alfred Marsh Properties: a office Clerk of Circuit Court.IN your
,. existing under the laws I William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt CIRCUIT( COURT, TWELFTH
,-::. corporation I Our work ou'r
i . of the State of Florida.- .... .... . .... Clerk of Circuit Court. CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE r car. is guaranteed; labor: skilled
: Defendants.

r; It appearing by affidavit of w.' N.
}.>.. Henderson, solicitor of record in the FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY I COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. est possible working conditions. i
. : above entitled cause that the defend COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. .,
. ." W. TomlInson and Harriett Tomlin .
Florida Land I ..
and Timber Company
: -' son are non-residents of the State of Florida Land and Timber Company,
of Florida Land and Timber Compnay, a:I corporation existing, under the

:, i'*>: : the Florida State, and of if Florida they ,are that residents they and a corporation under the laws ,of laws, of .the State, Qf'. Iowa and.,do'ing .:.a.jcorporatipn, ,under- the Jaws of Machine shop, acetelyn 'welding, all kinds ,of
the State of Iowa, doing businessin business"'ln the State of' FJorJ -
: them have been absent from .
of ,
J' j, each the State of Florida, Complianant. ida, Complainant the State, of Iowa, doing business, automobile work. .' "'< '
.;: 'the State more than sixty days precee .

: ding, this date, that each of them are I VS E.- L; Omchumdro VS. in the State of Florida, Complainant -. .
the of twenty-one years; .
:,A.: :;I: .: over that the ,Alfred age Marsh Properties is I Thomas J. Boyle, and Real Estate. Defendant : i i
Holding Corporation Defendants. Order of PublicationIt .
Florida :
non-resident of the State of
r i" ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt appearing by affidavit of w. N. VS "
*" that if they have any officers, agentsor
been ab appearing by, affidavit of w., N. the complaintant In the above entitled
representatives they have than sixty Henderson, ,solicitor of record in the cause, that the defendant E.. L. Om Florida International Realty Company MOORE HAVEN SALES CO- ,
sent from, the State more
preceeding this date and above entitled cause, that the defend 'chumdro: is a nonresident of the a corporation existing under I ,
-. days next in the State Thomas J. Boyle is a non-resident 'of I State of Florida, and if he is a resident the laws of the State of Florida, II I

'. Y':, of that Florida. there that is no the person services of a sub the State of Florida that he has been of the State of Florida he has I and Almar Realty Company, 'a cor-I FORD LINCOLN FORDSONEFFICIENCY

. whom would bind the said absent from the State. more than six ben absent from the State more than. poration existing under the laws of .
\: poena upon either of them. ty days preceeding this date, that he sixty days preceding this date, that the State of O'hio' Ethel Pruitt, of -
defendants, i' -
IT IS NOW or THEREFORE ORDERED is over the age of twenty-one years, he is over'the age of twenty-one years I Dade County, Florida, and Dorothy :

, that C. W. Tomliuson and Harriett I and that there is no person in the that there is no person in the Stateof Donovan,. (an unmarried woman),

Tomlinson and Alfred Marsh Properties -, State of Florida, services- of a supoena Florida services of a subpoena upon I Trustee of Dade County, 'Florida, r-Lp: ----- ----- .

each, be and they are hereby i-eU upon whom, would bind said'defend whom would bind the said defend Maude L. Baker (an unmarried woman .

quired to. to the bill of complaint ant. ant. of Dade. County, Florida,) Dr.
filed herein appear for the purpose of for I IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED M. H. Tallman, and wife, Gertrude!,!

eclosing certain mortgage, on Monday I that the said Thomas J. Boyle, be That E. Dv Omchumdro be and he is L. Tallman of Dade County, Flor

the 1st.a day of October A. D. 1928 and he is hereby' required to appearto hereby required to appear to the bill ida, Kedric J. Priebe of Kings '

. ". the same being Rule Day in this Court the bill of complaint filed hereinfor of complaint filed herein for the purpose County, State of New York, Vir- -
the purpose of foreclosing a mort of foreclosing a certain mort ginia M. Spitler, Jamaica New
.,' otherwise the allegations of said bill .
will be taken as confessed by the said gage on gage, on Monday the first,day of Oct York, Mrs. Hannah S. Ryan, and '
,,'-' .defendants. All of section Ten(10)) Township ober 1928, the same being rule day Thomas H. Ryan of Dade County, l ,
:.. It is futher ordered that this order Forty-eight ((48)) South, Ranuge Thir insaid Court. otherwise the allegat. Florida, and Th'e'Compass Corporation t: : r '
ty-two ((32)) East.on Ions of said bill will Defendants. :
News be taken as con. | .
; be published in the Clewiston ,' ...
.' once week for four consecutive Monday the First day of October fessed by him. Order of Publication. j .' : "
a A. D. 1928, the being Rule Dayin It is It'' .
weeks, the said Clewiston News being same futher ordered that this orderbe appearing by affidavit of w. N. | '
.-., weekly newspaper printed and published said Court, otherwise the allegations published in the Clewiston News Henderson, solicitor of record in the
of said bill of complaint will be once a week for above entitled '
four consecutive
cause, that
-; and in general ciruclation in the defend' .-' .' : .
'. Hendry County Florida. taken as confessed by him.It weeks, the said Clewiston News being Florida Intrnational Realty; Company,

t:.: Witness my_hand and official seal is futher ordered that this order weekly newspaper printed and published Ethel Pruitt, Dorothy Donovan, Mau-
be published in the Clewiston News, and in general ciruclation in de L. Baker, Dr. M. H. '
this the 30th da/ of August A. D.1928 Tallman and
,.. Seal William T. Hull once a week'f r' four consecutive Hendry County Florida. wife Gertrude L. Tallman, Mrs. Han We are equipped to do your building at the
,weeks, the said Clewiston News being Witness I nah H.
' Clerk of Circuit Court. my hand and official seal Ryan and Thomas H. Ryan,

". I hereby certify that the above is .a weekly newspaper printed and pub this the 30th day' of August A. D.192S I and The Compass Corporation lowest prices consistent with the best constru
lished and In general circulation In
Seal each
William T. HullI non-residents
': full,_ true and correct copy of the origInal of the State of Flo
order of publication on file in my: Hendry County.Florida.. hereby certify that the above is a rida and if they are residents of the .
. ction. .
..: office Witness my hand and official seal full, true and correct copy-of the original State of Florida that they and eachof .. .. "" i
William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt this the 30th day of August A. D.192S order of publication on file in my them have been absent from the

_'J ,.;, Seal William T. HullI office State more than sixty days ureceed We' use the best workmen and machinery
"" ..''. I hereby certify that the above is a "William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt Ing this date that each of them is power
:F.: :.". IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH full, true and correct copy of the origInal Clerk. of Circuit Court.IN over the age gf twenty-one years and
order of file in
.. publication on my that
: there is
: no in
.. person the Stateof
office CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH Florida the services of a subpoena our cover all branches of
"; ,
William CircuitCourt
'J" T. Hull Clerk of
JUDICIAL upon whom would hind
CIRCUIT, STATE O' said defendants
Clerk of Circuit Court. i .
- Florida Land and Timber Company, FLORIDA. IN AND FOR HENDRY or either of them. construction. : '
: I a corporation under the laws of ,- COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. IT. IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED '

the! State of Iowa, doing businessIn IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH % That the Florida International Real. c-' .

, ... the State of Florida, Complain- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF Florida Land and Timber Donovan Maude L. Baker, Dr.1H.. .t ,
:.. ant. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY Company, Tallman and his wife Gertrude L. Tal ,
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. a corporation existing under the Iman Mrs. .'. :. "
Hannah ,'
:[:.:. Complaintant laws of the State of Iowa, and do- H. Ryan; and Thomas ", -: "
f':. VS' \ H. Ryan, The Compass Corpora .
:;"'" HannlDal Johns and Real Estate HoldIng Florida Land and Timber Company, ing, business Complainant.in the State of Florida tion. each be and theynre hereby required 'J'.n

!t.... Corporation a corporation under the laws of the VS to appear to the bill of complaint \ .

ll X.' Defendants. State of Iowa, doing business in Harry Baron, and Real Estate Hold filed herein for the purpose
;'. ORDER .OF PUBLICATION the State of Florida, Complainant, ing Corporation. Defendants. of foreclosing a mortgage on
',,; It appealing by affidavit of w. N. VS ORDER OF The north halfNl-2)( ) of Section 12 I \

.&.. ,. Henderson, solicitor of record in the Real Estate Holding Corporation, a .It anpearinp bv PUBLICATION affidavit Township 44 South. Range32 East, al I .;,, ,
of W N.
.:'.; above entitled cause that the d3fend corporation existing under the lawsof Henderson, solicitor so Section 24,26, and 36 Township 41 !
of record for the ,
: ;"' ::, ant, Hannibal Jones is a non-resident the State of Florida, the, Bay S'h. complaint in the above entitled South range 32 East El-2 of Section
; ;:<' 9f the State of Florida, and if he is a ore Investment Company, a corpor- that the 18 and Section 20,28,30,32 Township
cause defendant
: > ;. resident of the State, he has been ab- ation existing under the laws of the is Hairy Baron 44 SouthRange 33 East on Monday
<, '. Rent from the State more than sixty State of Florida, and the Dorothea Florida a non-resident of the State of the 1st. day of October A. D. 1928

1::l. dare ne ff preceeding this date, that Realty Company, a corporation exis Sfae of find Florida if he he is a has resident been absent of tho the same being Rule Day ofthis court .\

:. \ I the defendant Is over the age of twen tinq tinder the laws of the State .of from the State otherwise the allegations]] of said bill
;.' :: ty-one years that there is no one in Florida. more than :sixty: (60) of complaint will be taken as confessed
:t the State of Florida service of a sub- ) Defendants: he days is'next nrecepdinc: this date] that by them.It .

,:,.J. noena upon' whom would bind the said ORDER OF PUBLICATION over: the age of twenty-one years i.s futher ordered that this order
; dp.fmHl:1nt.. It that there is no person in the Stateof be published In the Clewiston News
:f:' t appearing by affidavit of W. N. Florida ,
. IT IS ORDERED services of a supoena upon once a week for
: + NOW THEREFORE Henderson solicitor of records for the four consecutive
. that Hannibal Johns be and he is here' complintant in the above entitled, whom would] brine: the said defendantsIT weeks, the said Clewiston News being

:...O. by required to appear to the bill of I'I cause, that the defendants the Dorothea ED that IS NOW THEREFORE ORDER weekly newspaper printed and published CROW '
Harry Baron
..: complaint filed herein for the purpose Realty Company, having no offices be, and he is and in general ciruclation in J
.. :. of hereby required to appear to the bill Hendry County Florida.
foreclosing a certain mortage, on or representatives in the Stateof ,
. -:V: Monday, the first day of October A. D. 1 Florida=f and if the said defendanthas of complaint filed herein for the purpose Witness my hand and official seal BROTI-IE'RS

_.4 1928, which is Rule Day In this Court, a place of business office, agency of foreclosing a certain mortgage this the .30th day of August A. D.1928 .. .
w. f otherwise the allegations of said bill '10 representative in the State of Flo- on Monday the first day of October Seal William T. Hull ,-

of complaint will be taken as confessed rida, they have been absent from the 1928, the same being rule day In I hereby certify that the above is a General Contractors "
.. It is futher ordered that this ordef State for more than sixty days pro Court otherwisA the allegationsof fuN true and correct copy of the origInal ,

;i.:. be published in the Clewiston News ceding this date, that each of them by said him.bill will be taken as confessed order of publication on file In my Clewiston Florida

::4: once a week for four consecutive Is over the age of twenty-one years office ;
weeks the IT IS FUTHER ORDERED that William T. Hull Clerk of CirouitCourt ____ ,
V. said Clewiston :News beIng and that there is no person in the ," .
this order bepublished before rule day I Clerk of Oircuit Court. i .J: ...- -- ." r ;
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tone time, having worked for htm, /i THE MAN WHO BUILDS r JI

-__........ .. again pointed to William: Asked' who : ': 0X : t. .
assaulted him he answered, "Pal- ,
being I "
With truckloads of liQUor ," Sm' '
sent to the 'storm area for ill and rick." I houses right now in Clewiston I will ,L
Firemen of Engine Company No. 2
I exhausted re I
exposed workers victims and precaution_ Is belies who had seen the assault were call I. '. 7:" f\ > I,,

every ed. As each one took the stand, the make an excelent, the :
legalized profit
the on investment.
Ing taken to protect, .
I .
shipments from hi-jcakers on the. twins were brought 'into the room. / t I ;
Each time the brothers changed
!ligh ways. .
truckloads places. -See---.: ,
Guards accompany i _
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"I saw Patrick Harpy :assault -
ot seized liquors, and wire and radio I j'C v f. ._ :: \ r
those Aaron Goldberg, each fireman tes- '
messages asking for liquor and "
tified, pointing straight at William. ':' 7 t -

telling of Its shipment are carefully Not one was able to distinguish one Edison C. .
coded so as not to reveal their 'true Speef'
brother from the other. f. :
meaning.A ,
The court room. was thrown irito .
for "more turpen ; '
radio message
each time William, when I (
an uproar (
such other commodity .: : t'l
tine" or any I !0j'i -
accused, would bellow out that he a ,
tight mean a request for liquor, and rY Licensed Real Estate Broker ,.
was not i .
ballyhoo :}
there is no flag waving or :
"This is a hoax. Case dismissed," *:
when the precious stuff, once de- Clewiston ; ,
ordered the court. Florida '
tUned for the sewers, starts out. I i.VI : :
Goldberg, who by this time was
of seized liquor were authorized i .
Releases I ,
Mrs. confused, was further muddled when I I-" ''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''#''''''''''''''#''''#''''''' #####''''#####" ,#,#,.#,.####,#. t J' '"
from Washington by :
William served him with papers In 'f'r
Mabel Willebrandt, in charge' of prohibition
an action for $2.000 damages for
enforcement, after realizing II

stricken the great territory.need. for stimulants in the false arrest. t I I I wr

Most of it is being supplied from I PALM BEACH REBUILDING I ,

East Coast cities and Jacksonville. GOOD

Tampa's supply of "good liquor" has [ Palm Beach.-Palm Beach, society i FOODf .
been at a low ebb, and most of. that I 's winter playground, is rearing' itself ? .15 1 erfP, .1\.1Is \ ,;.
in official vaults here, is no considered | out of the chaos' of the Florida I II 'rr W f )'

of sufficient quality to offer i I hurricane and for the most part will I always the best advertisement you can havein !. '

,those who really need it. I'be ready for the annual visit of its v rl. f cafe. the
S a- By way the crowds fill our cafeat t .
prominent residents by the time the ;

RITTA MAN SAFE :'season gets into full sv'" '-. The sea- meal times is a sure sign* that our food is t I. .

.. :'son opens In November, but rarely : good.
Lake Wales.-J. W. Bishop 65, of1 I gains any momentum before the last I : .

Ritta on the south shore of Lake month in the \ij. .r
I :year. '
Okeechobee, was the only survive!' !I A re-check of the damage showed h. We take special care to see that every cus" 4. 'j

of nine persons in his home Sunday j that actual damage to the palatial tomer IS satisfied. This is the reason why they -

Might when the West Indian storm homes was not so great as first es- continue ,
patronize business.
our t
swept down on them, he said here. I timated. Town Manager L; Trevitt t. '
An hour after it reached the village Lockwood, said today. The greatest I '. i '

the party became convincedthat I damage was to tapestries and ex Watch the crowd ,every day and l-you will ,1..' ,

the house would be crumbledby :pensive furniture and fixtures, he {: ; be convinced that' 'we know-the kind of food .

the winds. They grasped hands, said. Shrubbery was the greatest I ;;

formed a line and slipped through a single loss "to the to_ wn. that IS pleasing. :' "
Governor John W. Martin spent several!, days in the storm stricken I
window Into water breast high. The, Workmen ,set 300 of the cocoanut area 8
door had been nailed to keep out at Palm Beach and territory to the west inspecting storm damage and S ..
up trees blown down by the wind" er ice S a'ti's f ac tllon
helping in relief work. v. :
-- the wind.H. .
yesterday and experts say that they; I

W. James, two children of a will live., A number were broken in .OUR .MOTTO 43I:

couple named Mays, another couple two by the terrific wind, but compared andcloth, or basket type press, and :( FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO. :

and a negro cook were swept awayin I to the number of trees,. the i pressed without previous crushing. .
three minutes. the Pumps 11 SUGAR BOWL CAFE ;'
Bishop and difference will not be
so noticeable. Clearing the JuiceIt i' { .
Mays found safety on a housetop, but Royal: palms, apparently more delicate Light and Water Plants <;: ; :
was found that the juice could .,
during the night' the couple were than the hardy cocoanut tree, Cables and Ropes '; f '
blown :be easily clarified by heating setting Good Home Cooking" : "
Into the water. must ,
grow more fronds before they Belting and Rubber Goods

__ When the flood receded next morn- recover their natural appearance.The aiind filtration. The freshly pressed Hoists and Feed Grinder I I- Clewiston Fla. '
ing Bishop waded to higher, ground. I cocoa trees left standing appearlittle juice is heated to 140 degrees to /,

His house and all belongings had dis : the worse for the experience. I 165 degrees .F. and allowed .to -,.c ol'I' MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. j I, .''''. ..-..s.-,-.c1.O'.c :.--._,Y"Ci'. ..-.-- ,_-. ...
"appeared.r I Ij \L--"'911 First St. '- Fort: 'Myers ._ j[ :
and settle for 24 hours. The -. _:: '-.
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I juice is racked from the sediment ana I ...: = .... .
FLU IN PORTO RICA ESCAPE ; = .J7 ..... >-:- -" ...o: = ...
: filters very quickly. Probably.. the l''
( -" high tannin content of the juice favors ._ '
San Juan.-More than 15,000 cases While 12 Seminole Indians this natural '.. 7, ; : j ,. ;, :- '
clarification. : : ; '
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of influenza. were reported the on a hunting expedition northwest of ; : ;:: :: -
by I Delray Beach Addition of Sugar and SterilizingRoughly ; :? : ; ;: : : :: .

health chapters authorities at the island and relief Red organization Cross- ''by a few inches esraped, there drowning'only were no casualties two or three pounds of : .... : : <.: : I '

sugar to each gallon of juice will be ,
meeting here. They also re- among the tribe in South I : :

ported 5000 other cases of malaria, Florida hurricane as, E.the L.result of the tropical Sweet red grape juice from thor- : : > .: .:. : ..

measles and other diseases. Lasher, Indian village .
oughly ripe red grapes and made as "

: !' Grave concern is felt over the sit The owner 12 here, said. described',, under. grape juice may be: ": ; trr .' '! ; '
I- nation with the possibility that there' _hunter came back to the added to pomegranite juice with i, < : ? : f

will be an outside call for nurses if village 'here in several groups srtip- .,,-. ,
_. ped of their pleasing results. The blend is less ;" 0
the influenza guns ammunitions and
cases continue their
:harsh than'the -straight pomegranate ..
J hides,
after ,
they had
tendency to develop into pneumonia. weathered the .
I blow, in juice and'has much more character v
a culvert mate
standing in r
I[ than plain red juice from
< j I almost up to their grapes. E. k'Y
'-:- VICTIMS GIVE' THANKS chins. Four ,of
-- them who had been blown several M. Chace of: the United States De' ;::

hundred partment of Agriculture Citrus Byproducts ,
feet in .
West Palm Beach.-Recalling the a small shack In -
which Laboratory of Los Angeles ;' f
they ,
hurricane and wind had taken refuge escaped .
I swept rain which __ ,
has made a number of pleasing S' .: _
without combinations % :
beat on (them today one week scratch.. :
ago, of
'' pomegranate juice with ..4y
residents '
of the Palm Beaches suspended other juices especially
{ grape-fruit
relief operations today and I TRAIN juice.
I .
in '
cafes, -' 7.' r '" .
refugee stations and what Bottling .- .,
capping and .
sterilizing at .t
few churches were left standing and Newnan 1175 ;. ) :V?: } =:
Ga..Ten persona were 'degrees F for' 20 minutes are :, ; : 'f,
i not filled with injured, I i'' ;: .r.f.": : .-And Now two railroads :
.', church attended injured. two seriously, at East New- carried out as described for grape ; ( : leading of'thestate ** ;;\-

.' services.. nan junction, three miles from I juice. ; : '
here, "
tt :
in the Everglades ; : : .
in last .
"; the night when two ,Central of Georgia ; '

wrecked are now building eight mile extensions "
:: and desolate towns of Paho- passenger trains collided head I II .. ?" '..
kee, and Belle Glade A WINTER COVER d. r _, I
efforts were on. CROP ': ';-' '

". ", 'request made to hold a short service. At the Engineer L. Aikeu suffered a bro I I-! : \\X:. > __ through the heart of the Northern Everglades'I: I .\ _

'.' vation of citizens of Pahokee, Sal ken arm, ribs and bad burns and B. I A coverS crop of rye or oats 'I '" 7'. ,-. (, .,,.".- ." Ii .,
Army ,
workers there led in the 11f. Blackburn '' )
r,;:., -,'' 4 worship. lacerated Atlanta attorney, was Or rape and such as these, ..t \ to tap the rich sugar cane and farming country I {

..,,7 .. Central Florida still and bruised about the arms Provides green feed for cows and !I ', ::,, .', '. :- ,. '
v." has thanks to and legs. .. <
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l',": ,, give for the things which have Eight goats, ., '-r ." .of .which I i
been other : CLEWISTON
persons And hens Ii } .ls: : is the center. "Ta. .
were is .
I :;: .../ left. Some will tell for sure to please. ..:; ... '. .
:- ;you they minor :
are Injuries < ; '

thankful for their !ores,. others i for 'hospital, but left after at receiving the Newnan at : 1 : i. : : ::; ,'J -., ,, .. : : .,: ; .
: they their; families, and yetothers becaus' tention. It. makes the milk pail overflow : :>:' .' : : ;::,< ', :: : ,
came When .
, through the hurricane Bossy' gets her chew; I II, .
wind and rain with better ,It keeps the old hen the ;i .' '. I
on .
i fortune HINTS' TO go : ;': ': : .
than HOUSEWIVESPomegranate : :' ...' :
might have been,, theirs! ', To lay an egg or two._ I'I I' ':''., ..,.: _; .". ...',<.., ".. ,.,- .
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t "'' TWINS FOIL_JUSTICE When. properly;-made- Juice, -. And Pol, the sow, and ,little pigsWill t .' ;" :, -- ,c. ,.:,,:{ + < ; : : :' ':: .' ,./ ''r" ;
r.:.... -' John New J. Brodrlck Yorl .Acting pointedto city Judge juice color and is of a brlllian purplish pomegrauite. red e On these have delicious a reg'lar winter feast twigs b(:' '; '.': ': ; :;t < :" : :: t'J ;_ ,-;

f William perfectly clear:; Its flavor So, .
good for .
and beast, ,
: Patrick H Is every
t,. arpy, 29yeai-old turn pleasing and it blends well]1 with '; ,.;.': .
of ,
Yonkers as other I'
: they stood before t fruit Juices besides making .:
bar hen --
Yonkers City court and th very; pleasant beverage of itselfihen ,9 juicy[, feed when needed most '

'f' turned to Aaron Goldberg, 55 also of diluted ami sweetened. Ordinarily it Is furnished .by these crops; ,-.': ; I. OU .rA'iQn! n ft1 nn IIPl.rnt'-r- :'

;;. Yonkers"Which and of said: will be too tartand the flavor' is not On Florid farms from coast- to coast I; ',:, ;>! i ; r lI klv lJ'ii iJf uu fj'i'\lL I)

q" ?" these men assaulted retained very; satisfactorily unless the They should be thick as 'hops. j .
you : '
;' s s-veetenctl
before : .
bottling. I '
: Patrickl"! ..): 5"
x '
answered a r action of :
Goldberg,, Juice.Extraction !
pointing straight to William. They don't; let plant food wash h'S 5

t "I'm William," bellowed The "rag" of Juice away __ ,. :'
the and
Offended peel of the fr, /
pome '
I' victim, who had been arres granite contain so much tannin Or leach out through the ground ; ,:",.:-1.- ,.. ;
that I
1.: ed. M, juice from these portions of the But store it for another day J :.i > / .
The. judge ordered the twins take Is so "pucler,}'" that It is undrinkable. Where it can still' be found. AMERICA'S''' NEW SUGAR- BOWL ?: <:

"out ..
of the The I '
court desirable I ,
room and brought juice is in the arils ",
or .
.back. Turning to Goldberg the judgeI kernels. The ,. ; ,
I said: these from is to separate And in the spring they furnish .. \.., -
; the peel and rag. It has grain i\
( "Identify the man who assaulted been fecund that the u
of smaIIest'amount- Or under may be turned; f;
you. tannin
t' the juice and the .lar g. The humus we should not disdain I; I
Goldberg, who had known the twins the whole fruit is
in a rack For soils all poor and burned. ;i iJ ,
I' for. several years, both of them at est yield of juice

ty:r, J is obtained..' when J I J. Francis Cooper. :t. ,.' ""'':I --= -. _-- ="r_ ,:=<=0. '_ '
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-- -- -- "" I''RIDAY,. SEPTEMBER 28, 1928
DairyIs Fish ShippingTo I bring fancy prices when theey are In ,
Jeffries # :### '- ############,# ,,, ,
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Big Success i ;. l LRec d Hea'dMfsa Be Studied good condition, and can easily: com-J ## #
pete with northern fish, which are :
:r At Gainesville I
I BusinessShows not 5s good, if given 'proper care in : ;.
handling and shipping. He believes : \
1 Gainesville. James M. LemonT assistant that Florida fishel'men should freeze ;' : :Y'
Continued from page I''! HOTEL ::
that the cons are thoroughly tested technologist of the United their fish before shipping, instead of / :
accurate check y Stales bureau of fisheries is In Flor shipping them packed in ice. When I BILLOWS'Ii :
six months and ,
every ida making a survey of the fishing salt water fish are shipped packed!
kept on the milk. i V '
are After recovering from the hard- industry with n view of recommending in ico,- the Ice usually melts before >:i

ships of the trip from Ohio ,to Clew- better prActices in handling and they reach their destination, and the ... ;: "r3

iston, the cattle like it. here, the 6 shipping fish. He will probably spend fish have sloshed back and forth In ."

dairyman said, and they are espe- a month in the state and will con the melted Ice until they are no longer -' :' t; ::;.;-3 .;

dally- fond of the Bermuda grass. I tinueon around the gulf coast to salt water fish, and are of inferior : ,., !
left the north most oi I I Texas before the survey is complete. quality he explained.. ; :=.1
Before they
had died, and being fed 4k Gulf fishermen, realizing that north Mr Lemon believes, also, he said, ', .i.iI
the Brass
at this time of the ern fishermen are freezing fish and that Florida Fisherman should cut :..1.1j
fresh green grass :j
year: Is a treat for them. The o\vner Shipping 'them down here and under- the heads and fins off the fish before ". ,. .. 1
this by taking a hand- -elling them in their own market, request they arc, 'shipped, thus getting the r
demonstrated .. I
and standing at one help from the bureau of fisheries value of tho fish .byproductsHe .

., end ful of of Bermuda the barn. Immediately the and Mr. Lemon was despachedto things that a central freezing plant, I -. .E .. .. jl

herd got to their feet and turned make a .survey. He is including located possibly at Jacksonville' Fla., i ,. .} .
anxiously, and as he put out his handa Jacksonville, Bradenton, St. Peters- would be advisable. By' having a : I \

cow took the grass almost raven- urg, Punta._Gqrda, Apalachicola and. central plant, he added, 'enough byproducts
herd had Pensaloca in the Florida part of his could be collected; to make l
the entire
ously, although NrF r I'f' .
survey. the ; worth while: and the
been fed less than an hour previously. Industry I \ ,

:i 'm- I Mr. Lemon says that Florida 'fish freezing could be done to .advantage.. I / i iI

"From the Improvement they n
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have made since their ,

Mr. Jeffries, "I' am thoroughly con- ..._ .. '
vinced that there is no reason why ; : "r l. .
with proper handling Guernsey cattle ,::d ANALYSIS :''V'WOf ; : f I j;;; 1<'
will not thrive in the Everglades. I
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The new dairy on the Sugarland \.'
highway near the Coast Line tracksis '- : :.
open for Inspection: by visitors. ) I t '- : .. .
the MUCK Soils Clewiston. I
Louise Keely Is the winnerof I .
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a bathing beauty contest restricted I ;.. Show NITROGEN the I (: I ,
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Red Cross Man to auburn tressed maidensof ) .
Tenn.* '.1 ; Palm Beach Fla '

Arrives Here ,I. ..."___-" -!I ... ., '... Important element i in soil ,, 4- .
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To Guide Work I '. .' _0.-'-."-._--".., .'...,._...'........ ...."- .. :,;.'. ., :
II : II' is present TWENTY times \ r .: ,

Continued from page 1 I You can enjoy the Beach and still 'save money by making the ;

the amount required f "
Suppplies committee and if necessary -
Continued from page 1 Hotel Billows
to name an assistant and transfer : ,
the successful of .
assistants were elected. R. L. Simp-' ., growing .-' <
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the duties to him. This was done .
.son who was unanimously elected '

chairman of the Supplies committee'I by unanimous vote over Mr. SimpIson's Inxestigate. SUGAR BOWL Farms, -. The Your headquarters while in Palm or West Palm. I3 each.." ....
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asked I j protest and he has been active
to have
the chairmanship con- head of that committee. richest soil in the world. ....Located; ,.the..F amou.s..Rainb' 'pic '
ferred on someone else and he be ,-'on.- .- Large enough to. accomodale'_ _
Captain F. Deane Duff was elected "' ,', --'- **
made .
a member of the committee.He .
asked this'because he had con- general, chairman with William. G .. you yet." with all the conveniences.. of home. :;,1 :::,'

tracted a severe cold doing relief Ames, vice chairman. Committee .. .. : ;- '.: lewiSton "t't '
folks are welcomcJet ,us 'help/ ;tnr "
:. work and felt that he might not be heads and their assistants elected 11/:.... Write :_. ,. ::. I: ; '.' ., .' yoii 'J: ;"

able to serve were R. L. Simpson and l;._ C. Spcer < ; enjoy yourself while here* T "
as he would
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-supplies; W. C. Hanson and Frank
probably be confined to bed the .' ...., ., -
}text day.Members. Bucher-transportation; Dr. F L. : < ', Rates: $3 single with bath; .$5 double with bath. : .
Tatom and F. H. Moreland--sanitation / S -f, -

present however explained ; J. E. Beardsley and C.. A Jackson .: BATHING ACCOMODATIONS. INCLUDED. :..

that in recognition of his service -intelligence; and W. C. Hooker Clewiston's Pioneer R. E Broker"f r

during the storm' they insisted that C. V. Parkinson, William Cecil.' : ',.'
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:.!* CLEWISTON. FLA. .A ing of rooms and serving of meals. .
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there was not much damage at Clewiston, there was considerable -:.

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Appreciatet' : Visit'Moore Haven Less than a week later, all details were attended to- and

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daily routine reestablished. -
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Y.our' { fij :, the Clewiston Inn IS the only hotel the South '
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