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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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" : V. .I\E t 1. W S' 1 B. G. DAHLBERG !I '. Would Help State I II IIt EFFICIECY I IN I TENTS ARRIVE



OFfERS WATERCONTROL LOCAL SCHOOLAT FOR REFUGEES

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" PLAN HIGH
POINT
: AT CLEWISTONStorm

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Sugar Baron Would Advance All Teachers Well, Ex- Victims Vacate

BV TOM SMITH Money For Levees r 4 Graduates 85 Pupils\ White Barracks And '

and Repayment to Are Registered.Clewiston's ; JO
Negro
.
Quarters;
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'__ Road building machinery of the q- ; Military -

.- Huffman Construction company is Be Made Later. Cooking Unit
this has
school
year
again atthe scene -
the most capable faculty In the his- Leaves For Home.With .
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Machinery construction on Solution of the problem of water

," ", : At Workthe South Bay-CIew-. control in Lake Okeechobee was offered c: tory of the community it was announced -

-,; .. iston stretch of the In New York last week by B. by Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, the arrival of 50 army tents

)' Sugailand highway, the Clewiston G. Dahlberg, president of the Southem principal who pointed to the fact here from lied Cross headquarters at
that all of the teachers West Palm Beach taken
,are widely steps were
j News learned by long distance phone Sugar and the. Celotex company,

. :.,:,";:'1 to Miami! yesterday. Mr. R. C. Huffman according to an Associated Press experienced in school work' and that by local Red Cross workers under
the majority of them have M rs. Margaret L. Shupe of Washington
,
': dated college deg -
,! is making a survey of damage despatch last Saturday.Mr.
J. grees. In previous there D. C-, for the removal of the
refugees -
years were
.. :1'j done and definite figures cannot be Dahlberg according_ to the
few teachers with both whites,, and
. .. :,"' ; had until his return. It is Intimated. news story offered $1,000,000 to $2000.000 ,- much previous experience negroes from
. i l f in. the local school and few company quarters to a temporary tent
'' be for building levees around
r however that the damage will not<;
J I of them were college graduates.Mrs. city opposite Avaut's place on a plot
) .' so ,great as first believed- That is the lake and said that he would be q.
Beardsley who taught here last of ground loaned to_the Red Cross
willing to take warrants
-!, ; an interesting message. Immediatelyafter proper from
: year and Is principal this year has organization by the Clewiston cam-
the state for the work.
the storm when people were
'
: .
had seven pau)
years experience in
::1 ;r- talking thousands of dollars damage The Associated Press despatch sent it }i, = school
a yr work after she got her T. B. degreeat I In addition to the white people who
In terms of millions the News held out from New fork read:
.. the University of were temporarily housed in the hotel
Ssff Illinois. She .
that it would be found to be considerably "B. G. Dahlberg, president cTf the ki: I
Southern L I taught at the Alma (Mich.) univer- barracks. near the new sugar mill, and
Sugar who
.f'SiJ less when the excitement company yester-
sity, at La Grange, 111., and she has the negro refugees who were station..
i .abated. Such has been the case., day offered $1,000,000 to $2,000,000for
_J had wide experience in Florida including ed in the negro quarters, the Red
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Even Palm Beach which was hard building levees on Lake Okee-
several years as teacher in Cross will also take care of' 29 Nassau
hit has found that the damage while chobee in Florida, today charged fac-
i '' the junior and senior high, schoolsat negroes who have been' at Moore
great, is not as bad as it was first politics was holding up the state's
West Palm Beach., Haven since they were taken from
be $2,000,000 proposed appropriationsfor ; a
thought. The same will probably
o A. T. Christoff who received the Miami Locks section. One section
.. true of the Clewiston-South Bay this work and other improvementsIn
.. A. B. and A. M. of the plot offered
I.. the region. degrees, at the University by the com '
road. From the thorough manner in
'I ., +3../ of Kansas was a professor at pany will be used for white refugeesand
which the Huffman people built the "The, proposed_ appropriation has
'" ) I Kansas City, and was later principalof a separate section for the ne-
road base, we cannot: holieve: that itt been enjoined by the. taxpayers and i
schools at Troy, Ind. He groes. -
taught
was very greatly last year at Moore The refugees in the
are confident thi Clewistonites will the state's hands, said Dahlberg. B. G. Dahl :s 9 president? of the Sou ''Vrn; Sugar company who upon re- Haven. new quarterswill

be gliding over direct, well paved Some of the loss there is due directly ceipt of information concerning sto rm damage east of here immediately Mrs. Bert Tubbs received an A. B. do their own cooking although

.'. highways to the east coast beaches to holding up this work, he asserted. offered to advance from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000'to the state of Floridato degree at Goucher in Baltimore, and groceries and clothes will be provided -
has since had seven by the Red Cross until the work-
T this winter. "Dahlbsig said he was willing to build a protecting dike around Lake Okeechobee. years experience
in the high school at Hialeah ers In the several families are able
advance the money, taking proper .
Mrs. B. Thomas who is a graduateof to procure work. The kitchen equip:
.. warrants as receipt and waiting '
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until
the DEDICATION OF FORT MYERS FIRM Peace_ .Institute has had nine yearsof ment and the personnel of the 116th
litigation is
settled for .
.
. _. .- Work now under. way in the extension ment. He said that Governor lepay- teaching experience, five of which field artillery of Fort Myers which
Martin
{: of Ponce Da Leon avenue has' been in Florida. has been cooking for ,the white ref
has acknowledged his offer to ad- LOCAL CHURCH TO MAKE BID FOR
: from the nursery to vance funds Miss Linnea Anderson, whose home ugees at the hotel barracks. left for
and said
he
De Leon the ridge is another, would "feel is in_ Halla-udale their homes this week.

i- Ave. Work step in the development up.sorry" if I were fellows holding it SET FOR ,SUNDAY LOCAL BUSINESS from: Florida received State an College L. I.: for degree All of the refugees will be provided.

- ti of Clewiston. "Politics Women and has taught for the past with the necessary equipment to do
should
Before the. first street was cut' thru be forgotten, Dahl- T' r year and a half at Hollywood their' own housekeeping as long as
Fla,
berg "'
,, '. John"Nolen, well known city planner said, adding that_ neither:::;:_hi! :(: ,Luadry Man Plans Ex I tit is necessary in the new quarters

outlined a course of development for nor his company wanted to ,get: mix- D r. J. F. Sheppard To and arrangements are being made
.
s':. ; = r Clewiston. The fulfillment" of that .ed' up in politics. 4 S Deliver Dedicatory tension of Service DOTY IRATE OVER with those who owned property in
'It
is
a ,bad situation J
as I viewit
in the capable hands of
is
now the
plan To ClewjstonI storm stricken area to repair
.
F. Deane Duff and''rhis asa said the sugar company head. 'Sermon' :. .J I >. )__ '
.
Captain 'Cmall farmers cann'ot I FAILURE TO GET their homes or build new ones. ._
be- build dikes. r '
istantc. Steadily new'strets are "I The
t Clewiston payrolls l 'l have atracted, situation is well in hand according -
; ing opened and steadily Clewiston is Something has got to de done.." (another Fort_ Myers business man to to Mrs.. Shupe who added
KEYS
s fast becoming a city. Dedication'services for the new '' TO LOW
this section it was seen yesterdayin that there may be someone who

community church will be. held here -the announcement of John Gay needs help of the Red Cross and has

((0? Advices from the north state that ONION CROP TQ Sunday according to an announce- of Gay's laundry in Fort Myers that I not yet received it. She asks that
La
ment this week by Rev.: W. T. Bailey I Belle Mayor And
these
this he Intends to make a strong bid for people make application with
onion will be light year.
crop
Ordinarily we'should BE LIGHT THIS Dr. J. F. Sheppard executive superintendent Clewiston's laundry and dry cleaning Sheriff nDiscussion Lively the Red Cross in the local headquartors -

t for the Board of National business. back of Dr. Tatom's office before
'
,The Onion not become excited
Missions of the Presbyterian Considerable October 10.
'business said Mr.
.. Market-over the shortage of YEAR IS REPORTTariff church U. S A. will deliver the -
onions, but with such Gay is done by his concern from the ,
dedicatory sermon at the morning "Moore A rapid-fire dialogue between J. R.
productive, lands in the vicinity of services Sunday at eleven o'clock. :.;[ Haven territory and the constantly Doty 'mayor of LaBelle and D. L.
Clewiston there should be reason increasing number of resi $25,000 NEEDED
no
Need Seen For Rev. Bailey will preach: the evening dents at Clewiston? was responsiblefor McLaughlin Hendry county sheriff
for a crop shortage. Unfortunately. added dash 1
.
4 sermon. a of to what otherwise
? pep -
there is and this'reason i Development Of the extension of the service to
.. hough ap- The dedication services it was this section. would have been a dull sessionof FOR RELIEF WORK
to be lack protection for
epars of r Glades Farms the ''
I announced will consist of the sermon county commissioners at the
Concerning the move Mr. Gay
the farmers who whould settle here.
by Dr. Sheppard followed by hymnsby said regular meeting in LaBelle last i
Protection in the form of a tariff Further need for ,the I : .
.' a protective for community-church male quar- "We have been studying the situa Tuesday.The : Local People Asked To
would
be of the boons
one greatest the farmer of the northern Ever-< jette. The ]local church is thoroughly county solons were. discussingroutine
\, to farmers In this section of the tion for several months and .11 a ve Cooperate With Red
glades was seen!' in an anllouncemen'tthIs a community church Dr. Bailey explained problems and indicationswere
state. I kept in close touch with the, develop
week in The New York Packer and the Presbyterians are in- ment that the meeting would be an Cross Workers
of
rr r .. .. Clewiston. Following this we
L s ''an agricultural: trade paper that I terested only to lend financial assis- have made exception to the rule and be a peaceful -
; a survey of the territoryand
.. B. G. Dahlberg, president of the there is a shortage in the d mesticonion tance to ,help a church get started we find it practical to 5xtend one, when Mayor Doty called attention Cooperation of local people in help a

=I Southern Sugar company offers tot crop and that so far this year as they have ,done in many other instances our service to this point. of those present to the fact ing the Red Cross 'to make its quota

advance from 1,000- Spain has shipped into the United "For some time we have been serving that neither he nor the town marshal I! of $25,000 needed in the relief work,

r :.Offers. a 10 to $2,000,000 to States about 250,000 crates of onions This policy of the Presbyterian the territory north and south of :were allowed to carry keys to the was sought this week in a movement

; Million build likes around church has brought, requests from Fort Myers for a distance of some county jail and that the stumbling launched to collect funds. Other

: Lake Okeechobee as I' While this condition prevails there many of, the churches damaged during 60 miles and in many of these communities block to this desire was, present at titles and small communities have

protection against storm damage. He are thousands of acres of richrtiuckland the recent storm, which are seeking there is not the volume of the commission meeting in the formof contribued funds for storm relief and

in the Everglades available and financial assistance. Sheriff Dan McLaughlin.Sheriff the following message was issued by
: |vould take warrants as receipts, to I Dr. Shep- business that there should be here

"'. repaid when the litigation is set- the facts set forth in the trade paper paid is also in charge of this work. at Cfewlstou. McLoughlin reiterated his the local committee here:

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r /)jhlberg's ability for quick accurate :|dence that this entiro section wouldboom because of his many duties will be his opinion of the sheriff, until the 'at Clewiston that have undertaken

decisions this is not surprising. Construction I argiculturally if the truckers unable to spend much time here. ABOUT SUGAR argument stopped. There were no the relief work of the section .

of a dike around the lake were protected by a tariff.' I Interesting items pisked at ran- casualties. between Clewiston and Lake Harbor

(Is':' the only solution. Clewiston, as The condition of the onion marketas I -' dom showing activity in the sugar estimate that for the work already

, '" rA has been indisputably proven iscomparatively explained in the trade paper Is as cane industry in Florida northern Road Machinery '''accomplished and for the caring and

follows Clewiston ,Jail the rehabilitating of the distressed at -
safe from storms, But : Everglades. .
for the rest of the southern shore New Yoik.;: -That there is going tbe I Work Postponed Again At Scene the earliest possible moment the sum

.:... of the lake a dike is necessary, and '''an acute shortage domestic. Editor's Note:-This new feature Of Construction of about $25,000 will be qulred-
Commission
: By
as for, Clewiston while we are 'comparatively onions this winter, there is now no dealing with sugar cane growingand which sum the Red"Cross has generously

safe, we are not immunio |I doubt at all. As a matter of'fact, it manufacture of raw sugar is Road machinery of the Huffman undertaken to, supply.It .

, ,< -. as we would be with a substantial looks now as though the year might Awarding of contracts for the jail for, carried by the Clewiston News to Construction company<
.. dike holding Okeechobee well in surpass in shortage the well remembered Clewiston was postponed by memberslof give its readers both at Clewiston the stretch of the Sugarland Highway lor the prosperity of our town and

" ...;:: check. year of 1916 when on September the Hendry county commission at and in the north a running story on from South Bay to Clewiston is district this work be accomplished at

.". 9 l'of that year, there were onl I the transformation of the northern' now back at. the scene of construction the earliest oPpQrhmfty-otherwise'
LaBellec I
:S about 15,050 cars of" domestic stocin Everglades from a spectral wastes following the storm and, officials the presence and care of the' refugees .

: ,' Clewiston's school this year Including the United, States. However- ftm d 1 Lwork_ was receive The matter ito a new sugar bowl 1 for America. of the company in Miami told the will be a burden to our com

t .:,. 'tt\:. both grade school and junior and Spanish onion crop was big that year table for the present. The feature- which will appear' Clewiston News this week by telephone munity-and the prosperity of the ,

senior high school but nevertheless, homegrown weekly will be earned district will be greatly retarded:
' onions The move for a jail for Clewiston on an inside 1 that everything will be doneto h'-
J
: .: z: Experienced'' boasts of a staff of went to $15; per bag here. was started'SOl.iJ ,months ago when I page in the future. speed the work to completion

.. .::; Teachersteachers, all experienced i the economy of such, a move was Cugar cane which was bent during R C. Huffman was In the Miami WATER IS GOOD '

:: 'f+ i" in school work realized it being pointed out to the I the recent storm at Clewiston und Locks section yesterday making a ,
$; J and< the majority of them college ,:WORK. ON DE LEON AVENUE Canal Point "-. ,
:-t.;: :" county commission that with a jail 1 has again straightenedajnd survey of the situation and althoughIt -'
':', graduates. This Is of the ... ., ,
; one great the .
". tr1fed1ltClewiston damage will bo negligible.Smaii'aTOSS is known that ,
here, minor cases would be some damage was 'Vatp .'
est advertisements the could '} a ,y ) ? : (
town :: ': 'eliminating the necessity :' !ich were inundated at done to the lock surfacinr u '' I

possibly haA community of less ,Work extension .. .
Canal .
of -
of Ponce De of taking -prisoners to the county r Point by high"water-have al lIeved tiiof "

than 2,000 residents with a school Leon avenue, the.street. on' which the seat for trial. ready been cared for bv .:-nf- "-....... _r -- ,"- :

3 attendance of 85 having teachers Administration building 1 .(is located, drainage o"1 -' -,. T
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Bids on completed jail cells were, 'r, ,.,
whose qualifications rank with the to Del Monte at'' the ridge is ; .'"'-----r,. ::". t. !"' A, "' '''-2, :. / I
avenue .
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..' best in the state. Many people in the under way. The road will be graded t'T ". .;,'':. '"' .i tIr..;..-". ..-'1"tt7"1: ,. ...y\\. :I ,;r.(): ...1...../:;. ,,iI'. "'704_ J---3, Manager. (
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north hesitate moving into a newcommunity and side walks will bV.;:7 *.., : ,:,. v.tr1 I"t,. "' .. .,.: -; ,: ,;: /'.r.ii. '/' I
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 5, 1928
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By The Way Have j I Mr. and Mrs. John Gay of Gay'sLaundry J. L. Morgan of Sears Is spending '
I 4 Clewiston Prosperous? Why Not? I j 1

l[ I" .You Heard That- L JI JII Cuewiston in this Fort week Myers: on business.were in a few weeks as a guest at the, Clew'I'I

Iston Inn.
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Mrs. Claude Downs entertained the ( ... I
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.y /75 fGt I
the .
club at rr / a
Saturday- ,night bridge ( ; S. .. ; ... .
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evening ; va. )::< / ? ?AfY: ''[ = -S. .0' < !
Wataii the hotel Saturday ;: ,
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Following a delightful dinner three 'i\., :./. .i: f t I h T I'IIli ) ,

tables were set for play at which ", ; Iii li II' I III

Mrs. R. L. Simpson, Mi., and ,Mrs l WE ARE HEADQUARTERS .I 4 I

William,' Cecil Owen, Mi. and Mrs. :fylj: :,+ 1 1l3r II I:I FOR7 .
Dick I II Ilil I
J. E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. \
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C. Miller,, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jack I II ROOFING !

son, T. V. Watson and Mrs. Claude i .'f I I

Downs. ; : ROOFING ASPHALT .. .;I i iI'

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zMis.' P G Bishop' arrived inClew'iston wt i I'' ',: !

this week and', is :stopping N't I: -
1 ,MIXED PAINTS 7 I''
at the ,Inn pending the completion J ': ,
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of,the new Bishop home on, the ridge CORRUGATED PAINTS ( raP

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Mr. and Mrs. T.: C. Clark of West P

Palm Clewiston.Beach. are..spending a few daysIn I CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL CO- ,.I.II

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E. J....Molter is .In Selling, on 1 bus, ==--= --- = "' "--= -- -.2: -= = _.. .

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Robert' Crouch accepted' a position / '
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this week with the Florida.Powerand c44r :
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Ice company. j
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11.YI, Bigg spent a day: in West < b' I YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS

Palm Beach on business. { 1 __ ___ ____ 0
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Mrs. Margaret L. Schupe spent v-s

Thursday in Moore. Haven on busi v.f a yt fat,,.. ,, ,a'',' ', ? We
:4p, r Y 2. r ??)4 A are proud of the fact that we have
ness. '. /1'i'i -

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C. C. Barnes who supervised the ---- :' 'T : H' .,.-. : .. ..... i ;
make
helped to Clewiston
organizations .of the rehabilitation a t rivingcity.
few While other sections of the state are anxiously awaiting fhe' arrival of winter visitors to brighten up business -: ..
hoard at Clewiston is spending a f
Clewiston is gonig steadily forward in an era of prosperity which started with the arrival of the Dahl'I
Red Cross headquarters in I '
weeks' at
West Palm Beach. berg Sugar Cane industries in this section. Above is seen part of the payroll, line at the pay window of We f are pioneers in the Barber Business jj

the sugar ,company, showing the basic reason for local prosperity. I *>
courtesy Tampa Times

_H_., r... Clark of__ the n__ Florida Power <> .. .,' ,

and Ice company who is spending a Among Laelle people who were indecision now employed by the Southern Sugar :,.:' .. ." : .' -, ,
few days in Clewiston celebrated his HATSCleaned S. -- : -IT PAYS ,
birthday: anniversary Wednesday this weep fere Hurd L. company. He is working in the ::.! \ ;; j:,:;.. .- ;.: .- ', -

night at a dinner in the Watanabe and Blocked Reeves, Dan McLaughlin and Jim stock room of the electrical depart- ' ,
hotel. A large birthday cake was Send by Mail to Taylor. ment under James Giay. : ,, To patronize our shop.

h baked for the occasion. Among those 8he Hatman Ft. Myers Flaj .

present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. GRAHAM
Bucher, Harry Eaton and Mr. and J George Heath of Fort Meade isH FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO.

Mrs. T. C. Clark. I Engines and Pumps > CLEWISTOR'S PIONEER BARBER SHOP
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: H j I Light and Water Plants

W. C. Hooker attended the regular I I Cables and Ropes

meeting of the Hendry county commissioners Belting and Rubber Goods
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.- in LaBelle ,Tuesday. Hoists and Feed Grinders ;' i : : :, ,: '
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SEED POTATOESFor Clewiston :
MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. i Florida jj
Mi. and Mis.. L. O. Holdsworth of

< Chicago are expected to arrive in 911 First St. Fort Myers y ,
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;. Clewiston this week! to spend { few Fall Planting-Ready ;Now. .

;,,' months here. They will be remembered -' '----- _. __ .
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as the, popular couple who -I" --JiTii--= : ; : :':,-. :----iiI: ___- -- - .__ r-i-L.:' '.. ,II '-" i 1-
1. spent some time here last winer. We have in stock at Jacksonville all varieties certified and Selected

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'; Mrs. W. D. Becker writes Clewis- RED BLISS TURNIPS from Canada and Alabama. Also SuauldingRose ---i71r;. : : /t. .

: ton friends from Chicago where she 99

:i?i is spending a few weeks, that the '. from Maine. This stock is from 1927 crop held in cold storage '. .=,.,i'
; weather is turning cold and peopleare / ," -
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talking Florida. and will sprout immediately after being taken from storage, will ? : '\

is -. i ', >/, _, ,Oc'. 0;:"{ ': ,:_,;' :,- ,
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b', C. A. Jackson and Paul Deam produce quicker and larger yield. Can furnish samples all varieties '. .. 1.'.(-!f/1.:.:""..... 1ro o t P @ -. .... ..
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4r:{:" :. upon request. Wire or write us your requirements- now, only a limIted

V.t4w r-': Miss Madeline, Stanley formerly' of supply of this seed available. 1 -andhow, it came to the rescue o f

Atlanta; and Fort Myeis is, doing ,
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nursing work: for'the Red
Cross here. .
\,' : She has had considerable experience J. NOONEY and COMPANY nc. 0
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American
.:: in both Georgia and Florida* hospitals. Sugar

0 ,Jacksonville Florida. ? ,
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McDonald of Jacksonville was .' .

-" a :business visitor._ Clewiston this ,';..'," '
:'' .:week.f po ':; '" In 1921 the American sugar cane The results obtained? /'fth the

it':.' :'J-{ .>'w n ?.o. ; industry was facing: crisis. In Louisiana P. O.J. canes in Java.and :n the Argentine -

; : Plans are complete for the cledii '- ; sugar planters who had enjoyeda had been highly satisfactory.

i,a' .',cation of Clewiston's new community)' profitable business for many gener- Louisiana planters, therefore, under

t: ". ,. church this Sunday. ',t C ations found that low yields per acre the guidance of leading sugar experts,

:". ,& wt I I threatened the industry with extinc- secured from the 'U. S.
4; .'.. .' With the arrival of fall, Sunda ,,1 r 11G Departmentof
('j-; morning services in ,the church will 7 tion. In conferences with planters, Agriculture a small quantity *>f

t: .. :: be renewed. I 14 +y 1 I'1I 71 bankers, and scientists, it was decided "P. O.J. 234" which, under the aus-

:?' that new seed stock, producing
; '"' pices of the American, Sugar Cane
; ., W L Murray of the :Moore stronger varieties of cane,was needed. '
has been and
League, propagated
=
Haven Sales company was in Clew Some earlier Dutch
I! I tl, years sugar until than half the
{ \ spread more
r ,, iston on business this week. planters in Java had faced similiar sugar
of the state has been
cane acreage
solved the
difficulties.
They problem
t:;:... E. C. Cole formerly executive sec- changed to P. O. J. A large job, ,as
1 1 I by cross-breeding the rich Java cane
::letary of the
Clewiston company l asK alone in Louisiana
: seeding requires
with wild from the
been some cane slopeof
:: officially
.. appointed assistant toI.
of
; President B. G. Dahlberg. of the Cel- the Himalayas. The ,wild cane, 400,000. tons cane, enough to load

otex: and the low in 20,000 freight cars! -
I.. Eouthern Sugar com though sugar content, had

,: pany. developed strong leaves and sturdy
:' Thus did P. O. J. save the situa- .
< E. C. roots. The crossing developed a superior -
: J' Speer, local real '
estate broker
,
';'F. L tion
t in Louisiana. Sugar yields have
:,: : returned this week after spend- tl1t I cane with the virtues of both

.: ing several days in a: trip about the Economy in the home can be prac- 1 parents high sugar Content and' undergone! a remarkable increase,

: : state. He visited Fort Myers, Tampa, tised by the use of pure' Ice in the .) large yield, with strong roots and conversion methods have improved,

i" : St. Petersburg Lakeland and com :- preservation- of. foods. I; sturdy leaves that resisted adverse and there is a marked trend upwardin

:-- munities along the ridge. 1 Dangerous bacteria cannot I the
survive conditions. cane sugar growing industryin
./. -,. in the frigid temperature of a well-
,
stocked ;. The named P. 0. America. Booklets telling about
Work ''was started this week on the ice-box. ,-< new canes were J. J
: : after the Dutch of the East the results obtained with P. O. J.
t:= .construction of the new home and, tea Guaranteed Ice likewise strengthens name Java
;I k!:': ,- .,-, room for Miss B. Kettl. : the flavor and quality of the food.. I Experimental Station (ProefstationOost canes in Louisiana and Florida will
'Jiij -
.. _' j;:,,. The Sunshine -*.r",% : : ),.. be sent I
,:''.' *.. .. "j' Serv-Ice delivery j, : Java on application. ,f:
Frank Richmann, of the Clewiston is always at your service.. j \ : I

Furniture and Department store Is ( \ ,r S DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES

: expected to return this ... 1F00 .
Chicago week from ..'.-.,,,,-'. I /
where he has spent the past D /

five weeks on "a vacation. During his SAVE FLAVOR WITH ICE -.'

k- absence, George Heinz, his partner I :' ,
has been manager of the business. MONEY 'THE SOUTH COAST COMPANY THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY
'
-' RPA ,JMttlt and Plantations in Louisiana \\I-JJj74I Jli/lJ and Plantations in Florida
y this week re- (
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"'>o to tha roof ---
Clewiston .. '. .
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OCTOBER> 5, 1928 CLEf VIS TON NEWS. CLEJV1STON FLORIDA Page Three


1 .. oualy considering entering the race amity t6 gasoline points, its cheap
e TREASURER'S for the office. This morning as Mr. I STATE CHAMBER
water transportation and its numerF F I
Knott busied himself with his qual- i Up She Goes I
ous seaports, VIrginia,
-: i" OFFICE DRAWS ification papers, before assuming the HEAD PROTESTS _
cabinet post, he advised the Associated a large measure for supplies by rail

Press that It was his intention to and Car distant from producing areas, .
-I F 4 APPLICANTS HIGH GAS PRICE __
run to succeed hlmselC. is buying gas, exclusive of tax, at t- .
1- \ _
i. '
time
The Republican party some from 3 and one.half to q and on-hal

The office of state treasurer, which ago certified to the secretary o't Jaclqonville.-Hlgh prices for gasoline cents a gallon below the price paid

was formerly considered something state the name of F. n. Stroup of by Florida. 7 i.' >.,
ill Florida have attracted the
or an apathetic issue Is now assu m. Osceola county as a candidate for attention of the state chamber of commerce I "There seems to be no apparent
state treasurer.
lug political proportions as a result justification for the sharp in'ease
and it Is indicated the organi-
Both 1\11' Burr and 1\1r. Gray said I in the price of gasoline In Florida
of the death of John C. Luning present zation propos to precipitate a fIght
incumbent.As that friends were active in urging. the recently;' 11e said "A' few weeks ago
on subject. In a. formal statement
V. Knott ap them to run for the office."I we were purchasing it for 20 cents
state auditor, \V. issued from headquarters of the I
pointed to succeed 1\11' Luning -by am being urged by the peopleover chamber here, David Sl1oItz. 'pres-! a gallon, including the five cent tax. ms
to takeover the state to make the race, Today the price from 25 to
Governor Martin, prepared the dent said there seems to be n9 justification -I II ranges ,
the office he left nearly 20 assistant comptroller said "I am : for the' harp Increases recently 28 cents over the .state. '
seriously considerIng It but I do not 1- .
the
.1'+,_ indications were that
,
years and
ago adding tIiat the problem
Cheap for Navy Men
', -. h' democratic party. would have at least l care to make an announcement at is something the best minds hi! the 1I I .
this time because I believe I
that it
in
: three cmlllldates for the office state call study,. he called for 'sugg'es- 'Th navy department; which pur-
it':1:
, would be unseemly to announce so I
: November against one aspirant from tions designed to 'remedy the sUuation. .I chases_ 'gasoline .on conitract. for'. do-
after
soon the death of 2\11" '
j; the repubIcan[ organization, It, IIud 1\11' Burr Luning; i livery at designated points, f3 tieingsupplie

:: son BLirr of Miami former chairman would make no formal Gasoline today is selling in Florida at Pensacola on: a basis of
:
of the FlorId railroadcommission, not'care announcement, stating that he did i at from 25 to, 28 cent a gallon, : nine ,cents a gallon, as understand
:, .
to commit
himself '
':... : : R. A. Gray, assistant state comptrolter time Mr, at thIs including the state tax of five ceht, it. Whatever the prIce, o ricers and
Burr
served '
the railroad
:1 and Mr. Knott arc the respective 011 while; recording to Mr. Sholt he others on duty- or employed at the 11 r 5 t'' s9. ,.
commission for about
immediate democratic representation twenty-five has purchased gas iri Virginia ,within PensacoJa naval station have been

.':'. although 'some doubt Is said to exist :years and most of that time was the last 'two 01'- three days: for-.21 'gupplied ,with gas at nine cents agallon.

", ';j- in the case of 1\Ir. Gra}". chairman of the bod '. He was de.Jented cents, which includes. a state. tax In Pensacola the ,Price to the

.' It was learned that ,petitions for, for reelection !in .1926 by nop- of 4 and one-halt cents a ga1Jon The consumer who has not this advantage There more to the sugar: industry pan weighting several tons is being -
'
ert L.
, :. placing the pace of :\11'. Burr on the Gray Eaton sevred of Monticello.Mr. difference In price, Mr. Sholtz says, is that current elsewhere in the state, than growing an'e- as may be seen lifted and set in place by the 100

',:'.,J general election ballot were alreadY' in the Florida legislature indicates that despite Florida's' proxy with the difference that .the city of 'in the above view at the 1,500 ton foot railroad crane.

.. being prepared for circulation in the for two sessions as a representative Pnsacola(;! is collecting a tax of one ton. a day, sugar: mill where a giant

sLxty-seven ,counties of the state as from Gadsden, county. He cent a gallon ever and above the

required b}' law. Almost simultaneously has been in the state administrative commissioner! which was acco npan.1 I five- 'cent tax assessed by the state, '

with the appointment o'c 11r.t15Jt work for the last 17 .years, except for led by a ; statement from Governor 1the municipal, l tax going toth street .

Knott yesterday, 1\lr: Gray authorizp bout two years, spent In the army Martin, that ,to ,defer,filling the place I ftind;,' The average_ .motorist! in that

ed the that he was ser:5l !- durIng the World war. He has been_. I would seriously handling of :
.1 p .. statement -- --- -- handicap city, then is paying 26 cents or more
..., I assistant
comptroller for about six governmentaL affairs, ;holds only un- a ,gallol/while the navy men, and em- '. .J

t. NOTICE years and is the, present judge-advo- tile the general election on November -' ''ployes at ,the station have been pur-

LEGAL cate of the Florida dIvision of the, 6. I chasing it for nine cents. The state I
American Legion.Mr. APPEARANCE-
'. As the Democratic primary was' tax on the government gasoline, of YOUR ,
In the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Knott waR first
Judicial Circuit, of the State of christ appointed state I held last June candidates for .the course, cannot be collected '

Florida In and for the County of I post of treasurer must obtain the signatures '
treasurer in 1903 by former Gov. Jen- "At various times'complaints have : : } :
,
,.. Hendry. In Chancery. of twenty-five qualified electors :: : F ': : '> : : :: .
l1h gSoIlen\ J. B. Whitfield, now justice of each county to petitions to been heard 'in the interior with reference. ,. ,,: :: ; :. "

/ Hugh McLeod, Complainant, of the tate supreme court, was the county commissioners to have I to the difference in prices .'.. ,, .
vsThomas sent from the office \ ,there and at coast points. It is only '' -
as treasurer 1
to their names placed on the ballot. ;-. .
..
and"Thelma .
.
, O'Brien O'Brie.1! .
that .
'j' of attoriney to be expected priced in Ocala, Orlando I.
'
' his wife, W. H. Reynolds and Anna general. After servo These petitions must be filed in each Depends to' a great extent the
. ing, as Lakeland on -
,
areasurel' and so on should be
P. his wife Raymond and insurance ,
Reynolds com.1 I county twenty days before the elec- :
.', ReLily and Mary Reilly, his wife, missioner! until ll1.!) ,,1\11' .Knott. was I tion. The situation also' presents: anI somewhat higher than on the coast '
and Cecil T. Hyde and Mary Hyde, made comptroller ,by former because a rail haul is necessary, I I neatness of wearing apparel
.: 'his wife, Defendants. interim since 1',1r. K ott's present your
Gover-I I
-..... nor Gilchrist. He remaiined 'appointment expires with the general cannot understand, howeTer, why the
office until 1921, the 'difCerence should be so great because
.
Order Of Publication. year after he election and the election of a successor
It appearing from the affidavit was defeated for he governorship in 'November does not become I I there is. hardly a poInt in Florida .

. filed in. the above cause that the residences by former Governor Catts. Last year operative until January. Therefore I II I with the, exception of that portion of You ,can't afford to, take a chance. : t

of the defendants Thomas upon ,creation by the legislature !I he state between Jacksonville! and
of those aspiring for continuous occupancy -
O'Brien, his wife, Raymond Rellly
the office of state I ;,Pensacola/ where storage facilities ...
and Mary Rem ', his wife, and Cecil auditor, he was of the office must qualify fo\ Send Your Clothes '
I brought from the : .1 port are few necessitating a rail to the'Laundry .
T. Hyde and Mary Hyde-, his wife, '. post of, superintend. i both the short term, beginning Nov."ember iat ,
are unknown: that the defendants ent of the State movement greater than $50 or 1QO
Hospital
for : '
the Inane 6, and S and
ending January ,
:\V. H. Reynolds and.una P. ,Rey :I p at Chattahoochee I miles. CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY :
,;' nolds, his wIfe, are on.residents of served where he had for the regular four year 'term thereafter f '

. ? ,the Stat o'f Florida, and, that. the .. a number of years. :. 1 1i'n \ "There must' be a remedy for the
; '+.place of residence, and post. office The present, ppointmen Mr. Knot '" '. '; ,. 'J
of his announcement: 1\11'; t I situation and I would welcome sug Clewisto .x
address of the said' \V. 'H. Reynoldsand : Knott as treasurer and Florida. :,
insurance "
said he would qualify for both'terms gestions. '
Anna P. his wife
Reynolds, as "
- particularly as the same is known to II : 'cfHi :
the affiant is General Delivery, Vilt1Usc ., ,,offfn.'c: :
,- ,. Iowa;; that there' is -no person :

in the, State of Florida whom ..
upon .y '
\ :
the service of a sUbpoena would bind {:./.. :f
.
,
,, :, ">; _:
;
'. .; t, t\.I\ : ;
any of said defendants; and that the .. : < : ,, ,: : '
,, ,.', ... -- \
:
said defendants each fi > ; : _
'. t.tt\ "' are of them : ;" ;:;; ; .1-" ''''H'' .. ., : __ ',. '' :_
over the age of twenty-one years; ; \ "$ aj" "" ''' .yrz '--.1' 1"1' :", "' ;:l" :'' 'I'I2
I '. it! is therefore ordered that slid defendants Stability i : ; :\': : > ,.-, : '- >:: :>;:' y >" : : : '

each and all of them, be > -, : :. _,, ,." : : .'
and < ap-
'. .
: pear to the Bill or: Complaint filed i { :i -", ..
,
In said cause i
on or before Monday, i

otherwise the 5th day the of allegations November,of A.saId D 1928 Bill, \, ',,' .: ;. ", : Is, the Keyword In '.... ...\,:-.; h.\r, ':j',.'., "I ( j:: Cleanliness is next ,to Godliness _


of fessea Complaint will be taken alS con Gordon & Heard .i: ,' I '. '. ,
". by said defendants. \ Butldlhg1tti3t I .:
It Is further ordered ; ,
that this .
: der be published once a week (01'or- \ I I, ,' ,"" a"!' .'{.._a.: .tfy" .2.t'. ,'ii ,:J.i;, :i. ; iII'SJ':, : .L ....... I loI., .";:.... .,ln'":: it.J_ ..JJ..,..,. .1 .f

, -," ', '. four iston consecutive News, a weekly weeks newspaper in the Clew-of { ; ..,) ::'; '. } :- .-; ,_1; '. '.


and general State.circulation in said County r ; ...:; j', -,.. ., ... . '. ,

":. Done and ordered in .,: ,,:'_ '_ .., ; : _. : I
Done LaBelle Flor- I : I.,'t' .. ;io." ,., 1,0:.., ''- ,-. .' '. ":" ,-:;:{__'''''.': !4. ,> t"_ ... 1 .

-:: .' Ida, this e'24th day of September, A. ': :\ : ; :

,>,' D.(SEAL 1928. ) ': .:. "r':2: :; ;:: : ;: : ::. ; -, ;. : ; ,, ( f" ;:' ,r.i<" < ;' l :'" ; 1


... ,. WILLIAM T. HULL :, :' : Follow The Crowds
,
- Clerk of Circuit Court. '. 1;
i-: : SELDEN L. STEWART : ', :t o.f .

:. ';: Solicitor for Complainant .. ,

) ;.9-28-4t. -- The 'people of Clewiston realizing this fact have kept our'/ ,.. 1"

"::: ,f.:, .IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH ,. ..
I: Every day our dining room is being fined j
." JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE'' OF entire force working at top speed repairing storm darn"

.:;;: r .', COUNTY FLORIDA,, IN IN AND CHANCERY FOR HENDRY : '." ,. ,to cap jty. We feel that it is not due to 1

1- Florida Land and-Timber age. \ I .' the act that -we operate a hotel, but that our .a.'

a I'I '.Ioration under the laws Comp-any.of the : \ _meals are ,pleasl1g.! ,
"- -;: \
; of Iowa, doing business in / ,
- : .lle/ State of florida, Complai. an '
'

.. Walter' VS q- -i' -. < -, :c- :;;;;: ,: (' ; ; : 3 jI
Paul Shepherd and AnnieHull : i U ; '- U Uwe ]
:Shepherd D fendants. I r There is always a waiting list for rooms yet

:;. It ORDER appearing OF by PUBLICATION affidavit of w. N. That the building program' h as _not 'been Jessenelby' tne-: ,, c ntinuetb; serve the public. -

& Henderson, solicitor of -
record 111 the !J
.
t above entitled"'cause, that the defend .
storm is' evidenced ,
the
Walter Paul Shepherd and Annie Hull by fact that We are starting :two' _
1 State of Florida, alfd If, is a resident I ,\
.. of the State of Florida they have been new houses this week. Several families have found that they can Ii

t, absent days; preceeding from the State this more date than that sixty they : : \ ,save by, having t e itnoo- n day meal with .us.- t .,

are over the age of twenty.one years, : You too, can, mak a your work lighter by' fol..' r;
:: that there is ,
no person in the state "C -
: c'.- ri.,, lowing this
of Florida crevices of a subpoena upt. : ,; : examPe. h,

, .. on whom would bind the said defen ., ,
"
--l'
:..- IT dants.IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED < When build the '- --.i: r:
et
est.
I : g L
.
:, That Walter Paul Shepherd and Any .
.
:". ::;. ,'3.i nie Hull Shepherd be and they aTe hereby .: ':- : ',"" .... Let: us serve you or make arrangements fo l
;-, required to appear to the bill of II your socIal affaIrs.:
complaint ruled herein for the .'. ;
pur ::'
.' l
: ,r
;-, ; pose of foreclosing a certain mortg- ; ." ., '. ( .
age, on Monday the first day of Oc J '. .t4,
'
,. tober 1928, the same being rule day I .
(': 'In said Court, otherwise the allegatinos CLEWISTONS MOST POPULAR HOTEL JJ

., of said bill will be taken as con- : ,

. fl, 'fessed, by him ; Gordon & Heard : : r "'" -. --. f :
'It -
Is futher ordered that this order .' ---

be published in the Clewiston News,I .' WATANABE'HOTEL 'j' -
once a week for four consecutive '
"veeles. the sai'Cfewiston News\ being ., : : 't 1.
v.'eekly 4 Designers and Builders. ; e fI,
e .ewspaper printed ann publisped / "
and In general ciruclatfon, in .- f.1 -
'I f"
o
Hendry County Florida. \ ,
t
Witness 'my hand and official ienl Better Tomes MRS.. .. CLAUDS DOWNS, Man ::1ger. I r -
thin the 30th day. nf .AtUtl A. n.1l2S1r,1 f
William T. Hull \ "J-: !
h'
: .
..
,Ia I hereby certify that, the ahnvP to a I .Clewistori --'Florida' -r
!
':, ., L 1'1111" trl1A 31,1 rnrraCt OTW of the nrle. t .
( inn: order of publication on file In myrfN \ 1.c "
,.. .,
p ,' .,\ r'
'TIntU"n' rr 'nnl1 r1o.1c of CircuU.C0111.t "
Clerk of Circuit Court 4


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Successor The to Clewiston Tho Clewiston News Progress .. -- I An Accidental Accomplice I CABBAGESAND KINGS T


Entered as secondclassmatter February 8, 1928, at the post office I .-- "
.
at Clewiston Fla. under the Act: of March 3, 1879. BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON '1. ...{

t Copyright; 1920, Doubeday Doran & I Still. another account hinted that There was snow 'in South Bend last week! .. ;.....".. -. .

LOUIS A. MORGAN " . Publisher. Company I I she was the bride of one of the ,' .


TOM SMITH . . .. 1t Editor. WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFORE. I I younger had left Standard her husband, oil millionaireswho after a New, Altitude 'Record Made, says newspaper headline. D'e9 that ...per -D
-----
Subscription Rates ''WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFORE. quarrel. So long'as they told nothingof I taro to dress, tressesor aviation? "

Carol! Dare, New York society girl her real identity. Carol did-. not !

By mail outside: of Florida By mail in .Florida engaged to Beverly Weeks, scion ofa care.
y 2.00 The blotter salesman Is now making his rounds, hays the Times-Union'
One
$2.50
year
orientalto
One year wealthy family 'Consults an I In the busy whirl of her new life,
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.09 learn whether she will be happy and adds sagely "Good results in blotter advertising-for; the blotter sales
Carol had liftlo time for reflection.
I
Three months 1.25 Three months .76 I and Is told to wait* She later meets man. : ',. ." .
sometimes she wondered
.Alan Mason who ;proves to be' a real; Though
MEWS' PLATFORM about and Seaton, she
Prosper Strong
friend when her father is arrestedon .
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with' water transportation. a embezzlement charge, the result' was puzzled that Seaton had not repeated Of all silly movie titles! They r-'have- one now called atiD. Bloomers"TimesUnion. -

2. Early completion o' the highways for local transportation andcOncentra'UoR his effort to see her. Lulled :
ofa busi
plot
by Prosper Strong a
their into Silly is right Avery. Where did you say it was being shown?- I
inactivity a
by apparent !
of products. ness rival. In prison her father i Is .

3. A downward .revision of freight rates on vegetables and poisoned, Carol taking the advice of 1 false sense of security, and looking'forward Starke Telegraph. Why they're being shown on the strees in any modern .._ ;Icity

of this region to the northern markets. to the release of her father, I I
other products an escaped convict whom she befriended today.-Wauchula Advocate. Since you mention,, we do believe that r
4. The Cttl functioning of a cooperative marketing association for engages as her counsel Benny when he would be in a positibn to

both buying and selling purposes. 'Bergman, a rising criminal lawyer take charge of the fight himself, she modern woman in a modern skirt has a heck of a time getting out of, .a I I

Inaddition to handling, her case, was rudely awakened one morning .'a s modern car without exposing the aforesaid movie title.-Starke TelegraphWho

FRIDAY( OCTOBER 5, 1921 Bergman also suggests that she enter she left the house. i;
has ? Palm
:\ seen one tryjng Beach Independent. The boys certainly ;
the movies as a means of supportsince 1
A
street;! urchin, who apparently seem well posted.

'. her father was left pennilesswhen had been watching for her, r'an up, ,

arrested. handed her a note, and quickly van
., 'CLEWISTOWS NEEDS After considerable though she ished. Wondering, she looked at the Three of the Fort Myers commissioners are using newspaper advertisements .
to take .
agrees Bergman's advice and
--- envelope, on which was scrawled 1 to present their side of the public utilities franchise discussion .
agrees to consult'.a movie .
mag'nate.Now "Miss Dare" with no address, and.
Clewiston's _immediate .needs constitute a story of opportunity almost Go On With The Story to the voters. Now if all of them were so endowed with common sense there ,
after a moment's hesitation, tore i it

unparalleled even in boom times and certainly without parallel during ordinarily open, her eyes widening as she read: would probably be no. recall therenow. .
Carol], before she realized it, found I
Look, out for yourself. Old Strong
crosDerous times in the history of Florida. We are facing an era of i herself in the spirit of the work. framed your father. One of the _. .

posperity; for which many of the bigger cities ,of the 'state would give .con More familiar than the others with Tombs' -un erleepers got five hun. France now reports that the franc Is now, stable. Probably wouldn't
the usages of socity, she
even ventured
dred dollars for doping_ his coffee. be a hard job to find some doughboys to tell l you that everything In France
to suggest minor
[ changes, correcting
slderablcj They are out to" frame you now.Strong's .
I seemed like stable. .. "
what appeared to her gauch- a ,
I scared of your testimony. \
Despite the fact that groups of men in larger cities of the state are .eries. .
I Watch out for him. A sock on the foot is worth two on the jaw, is the latest proverb in q,

active in Inducing:: new industries to locate in their section the Dahlberg To her surprise: and delight, her B. D.I big city nymnasiums. _

sugarcane industries interested only in inducements as far as good cane I suggestions were adopted at once. I As she looked at the signature,
with Mixer's
heaty approval, and
she realized that the warning must
producing soil was concerned, selected the ''section onthe shores of Lake. before long she found him consulting have come from Benny Bergman, anda Clewiston and Wauchula report a shortage of, homes. Florida, goes on '

her as to the manners of servants, growing despite what has happened to her and what has been said
sense of gratitude surged in her about
Okeechobee for their work. Success of the enterprise isof course conceded but as to what up
a .grand dame would do
heart. Benny had not forgotten. He her. The saying that you can't keep a good man down is also
. the point? from a local ancle is the effect on Clewiston. The deference the producer accorded I applicable
was trying to help her. But what had
her views quickly enhanced her I to a good state.-Tampa' Daily Times. ,
he ? How
discovered were they trying I
When the operations. were first started, the statet: and even- many. of the standing In the company, who treated I I I to "frame" her? What was ,there that '
her with all the respect accorded the /
i people:in this section of the country were unable "to appreciate the extent the)' could do? How could she be anyworse' :
star. If you think children don't know just' ask'any
: history
off than she was? Yet two pupil when the .

.--.... of tb nitrations or the effect on Clewiston of the iutuiv.. A few stores Even in the studio she found the nights' later some comprehension: of first holfday'arrives.. ., '

5.;....' enjoyed the semi-Drosuerity brought on by thearrival of the comparativelysmall social lines drawn with great dis- |i the evil they had planned came to

tinctuess. When they lunched, she, I' her. I t 'don't '
I I II If think
force of workers of the Dahlberg interests, but with the construction Mixer, when he there I II I. you. we're prosperous in Clewiston]. check up on.. the nume -" '
was the director -
She had ,been working I late at th j jI
;'{ tho mill: the town, 'stride assistant director, the continuitywriter I | ber ,of new and. second-hand cars that ,have been "sold here during the
of sugar began its rapid from a group of houses I studio. Felice as usual had brought j I .
and the 'male lead sat at one I .past few weeks. ..
her
home in
a taxi, departing for her I -
! into a thriving community. .. table, while the other' players, th e' ]I : '
!
i own lodging Carol, entering :with her .....
cameramen, : :prop" men, electricians I
.latchkey had
,
R' Armies of workers began to arrive and before long the. town found ate run lightly upstairs |
'. elsewhere. The One'
director
f '. her apartment. As she stood before thing we like about small towns is'the. barber shops, where they*

itself facing a house shortage.. Wide, awake merchants of other communities whatever hOi might call the star in her dresser taking off hat and gloves S don't try. to sell you the place ,before you get out.- r4.
addressing her, always ..respectfullYsaid" ] she. became conscious "
of
realizing the possibilities at Clewiston opened stores: here and, there followed, "Miss Mystery" in the room behind her and some turned one ...

store r If we had. all the ,troublesome 'of the northern papers claim, Floridians
a shortage. When: the actal taking of the picture quickly. -.

.. began she learned much more (Continued next week) would leave the state
;'. -,-- **_' laihe meanwhile these people, both the : :" at.L..s
:!.. store owners and the employees -the-work discoverlng t1 me" overnight.'C'
!'i"r scenes were taken and retaken .many
.
"
S.- of the Dahlbere: interests sought accommodations at the local hotels and '
jEJEJ5J5J32JB/i22iafEJ2J5!
times; in efforts to get a particular rJ':

r-.f;.;; roomiru f houses, until today we are facing still another serious problem.. effect. The introduction of an orchestra .

playing as they worked was a I '. .r
'-:':?' There are now approximately 11 rooms available for transients in Clew, -., ("' :- "'" .: ....,. ..' -< ,,\; -... ., .. .::
,,, .. .
to her. .'-. '
surprise The director .
explained -: q" i ;: : '.1i ,=.,<'.j, -'" '..;'" ". _. ':;"-: .... ..-. ,.,. .':..r:1)r'SEIdN- : .:i,, \L.4: .'k.1.. ,. i.t:1i
: ,
-f: iston. All of the others at the three hotels have been taken by permanent I 'to her his theory about the use .' :; .. :. > .. :. '. ;,. : :: j : ..... :

t/:: .- of music \ :..:' ..... ,' ". .
Buss "The appeal of music is to the .' : : : :7;' I, .... .= _

,
k. emotions. An actor or an actress .
7_ Daily,. .any one of the three hotel managers in town will : :-' ; .,
recount incidents plays a role much "
more
sympathetically : .
f;::,-.. : lL\ ; ;
: LJ'l
' of when there is' music to : : : ; : ;. : : :' : .
.. iavins turned away guests.If gay ., ,. .? '.. f.'.;. .. :; > i ,," 1 : I
.
.' them up. It helps transport them from ;; .: ;" 'r) t'v'L''i,(" J1r .), .',". .- -. I ---.. .<. .

!r. : we could look forward to relief frith the cpmztattoa of the men's the troubles and worries of their real !?; ::;.lr,..: ; f'c;'.: ; -:::::- :-'.,
life
into the life they are trying to -
/.:: .' hotel barracks near the :mU or the completion' of ten h uses'now"under i > J
. depict 1

f':'::'. .' construction the opportunity would not be so remarkable. Often Carol found when they were } ? '. Advance Reservations :, :?'';: ; I

> working on interiors .
;;- under artificial "
*." ,, :, ,. c ,
f/- .. This however js not the for light that the picture making ; > .. 0\ A'J<
case, by the time these are completed, o r was I .

:,' shortly thereafter, the cane will be ready for cutting and the mill ready eleven prolonged o'clock until, all nine so, interested tenor even in j<:J h"O.: :: ; i'!:. : ,: >,' : : <<. .:" ::f : : '
I :
: for the their work that time t i' -

ff C:,"...... of, workers.opening of ''the :grinding season, necessitating. the arrival of hundreds were unheeded.being, When photographed.scenes passed their outdoors almost hours w, .,.;, r : ; : fr : -



-, Aside from this it is to be were much shorter, being limited by .- :. .. "" .. ,.<.,,' .. ", ...... ', '
. ., remembered that last year with less the )
, -', activitythan sunlight.

is expected this year, the local hotels were filled during the season. To her surprise and to her maid's i ? :.;<" n7r,; i J c ? ,> i;' i.;,,': ::;:: --,:. i .:: :.;, : :-: 7- ; ,

delight, a part was found in the film r ;
It Is
also
well to -
; remember that in addition to. the hundreds of .people who for' Felice. The woman engaged, to .

come here from the play the part of a maid ,
proved
.
I north this winter un- .
there will be
a considerable
number There is of
'.' of Florida's satisfactory. a shortage rooms in this community as a
;. winter visitors :who will want to spend a few days at Clewistoii result of the
"Would
tip: you mind letting your maid '., activity of the Dahlberg sugar cane indus- .
\ to see sugar cane being ground. try the part?" the director I
I had asked. tries, and more people than ever are visiting Clewiston. )
"Of "

:;fV And If this were not enough 'there Is Mr. Dahlberg's. statement. made Felice course proved not such, Carol an answered.acceptable In keeping with our policy of service, we recommend 01 r

' ,;'' here on December 9 last :year that this 1.500 ton actress that she was put. 'on the pay that those planning to visit Clewiston this winter wire -
a day mill is to be but roll at .
fifty dollars
a week. She still .
write for
'' or now reservations.With
the first unit in his plans for Clewiston accompanied Carol .:
and; that the total ..eapacithere each day to the i

'.: will eventually be 7,500 tons studio as faithfully as ever,. but, in
,' per day ,
her gratitude, refused firmly to the exception of few
take a eating places In Louisiana the Clewiston Inn is
fa view of these facts, any pay from Carol, which '
Clewiston's
greatest need to day is 1 50 was a -the' only hotel in the South which
room- a to 75 welcome relief, for the girl was be- : serves. French Drip Coffee; We also serve r .

commercial hotel, open the year round, and 'we believe we. are conservative coming more practical in financial ;;.,::<;:Maxwell]J House American. Coffee. '

In saying that such matters and realized that even with I .-. ,. -r
a hotel
.would be filled in .less than a month her salary, when her father I 't; > .
:
After its completion. was free 4ir ', .. -f: < '
_' on bail, with her expenses increased, ; : .

she would still have none too much. : .

I Carol found new amusement, too, I : :: : TheClewiston.-

.
J
-' in her .
For
some months before the storm of new nom de plume. She had ''j '. r
September 1C, the industrial kept secret her : : t:
new "
music of occupation from
the Palm '
Beaches was as of an orchestra of stringed Instrumentswith every one, except her father and -' .... ,,, .. ',....: : M. E. KYNETT -

muted violins in predominance. The rythm was easy and swinging and ,Dori Her workman friend, Alan, .:. :':::-. ': .: ::: ;:r :! ... ':' _

restful.. Our regular; sofVauiet Mason in particular, she was sure, W
.
summer music. had no suspicion of how .' Clewiston, Florida
she wasemploy'eil .
,
TJirI53tm Beaches are noisy, today with !, though she still saw' him; .
g -
reconstruction. '"
. Homes that frequently In the '
evenings "
were unroofed and that she


} tight conducted acain.8 even Business. while battered the buildings repairs about are by being the storm repaired are and being business made is weather-being was press As not the agents at film.neared the of studio.the producer completion began, the In 0.e Center Of america New 'Sugar owl i I


are being
made. Smiles to '
busy
are seen on the themselves, and _
...q,., streets and everywhere the most optimistic sentiment j constantly finding their articles were Clewiston.. Fla. ,.. Open All Summer \1DI
prevails. While such I way into ,
I people live in the' Palm Beaches, print about "Miss Mystery." She was .
.DO calamity I
can effectually down the said to I
I s r I
comiSunltvr-'However: prin-cesses
__ bloody our heads may be, they are still I
...-. unbowed. I 1 Another escaped massacre. ;

And over all Is the cheery music of i the story had It that she was ; .i'.i'I
rehabJJItation only "
child
-the of
Sopg of. the | a Pittsburgh steel 0
Saw: and Hammer.-Palm Beach Tropical Sun. ? I millionaire and had gone Into the : r

., u... movies/ against her father's wishes. : -.., ,

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;' FRIDAY OCTOBER .5, 1928 .. CLEWl TON NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA i -- '
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L r JH CIRCUIT COURT, TWbUrn. weekly newspaper: printed and published atate ot Fiunaa, tile services or u suoijoeudr once a week for four consecutive ABOUT SUGAR boller house is almost finished

,JUDICIAL-.ClKCUl I "Ali:. OP and in general ciruclatton in upon whom' vouiu bma,iUia:) act weeks in the Clewiston NQWS, a weekly I ac
e ruOKlUA, IN AND FOK nttturtiBOUNTY .Heudry County Florida. ciiuunts, I newspaper.. printed and publishedand (Continued from page 1) cording to E. J. Kerr in charge of 'I

,,:. 'f' IN CHANCtrO.riorida : Witness my hand and official seal li IS NOW THBrtEPOUlfl OUDEilnJD in general circulation in Hendry. planting operations. These carts will V V construction and operation of this
II>" this the 30th day of August A. D.1U2S : that tne Doioihea iteaiiy Company County, Florida.Witness V ,
-Timber Company, Seal William T. Hull be requited to appear 10 the bill my hand and official seal be used to carry the sugar. cane from department. There will be practically ,
Land and
under the laws OT tne I hereby certify that the above is a of complaint tiled herein for the pur at LaBelle, Florida this the 30th day the fields to the railroad, where It no fuel bought for generating
a corporation busings, : si" full, true and correct copy of the orig- pose of foreclosing a certain mortgage .of August A. D. 1928. will be transported to the mill. powerto
' e. State of Iowa, doing inal order of publication on file in my on Monday, the 1st. day of October Seal William T. Hull be used .in the factory, as this will.
I State of Florida, Complainant '
tne office A. D. 1923, the same being Rule Clerk of Circuit CourtI ---

Real Estate liotdiug VS Corpoiatiou, a William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt Day of, this court, otherwise the allegations hereby certify that the above' is a At the mill where the new 1.500 be generated by using the bagasse of V
laws of said bill of .compl lnt as true and correct copy of the original cane fibre as fuel. : .
coiporation cxsuiig under tne confessed by them.It Order of publication filed in office ton a day: ,unit Is under construction, j
:Shore) JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE 0 my
the :
Honda Hay
of ,
:State)
,: : ot: me : a corporation IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH is futhered ordered that this or William T. Hull Clerk. J I various department heads report their

vestment Company the State FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY der of publication be published before work well up to schedule.
i laws ot ,
the '
existing; under I DR. P. H. ;
JONES
said Rule Dentist
. :' o( Florida and the Marguerite Invest COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. Day once a week for four V
consecutive weeks: in the Clewiston
.-. ment Company, a corporation eXisting News IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH James Gray in
a.weekly newspaper printed charge of electrical Moore Haven Fla. .
under the laws ot the State of Florida Florida Land and Timber Companya .
.
. Deiendants: II corporation under .the laws of:. published and in general circulationin JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF work said that all of the work in his
Hendry County, Florida.
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt the State of Iowa, doing business Witness hand and official seal FLORIDA department is progressing rapidly and I will be In my office in Moore H':
my IN AND FOR HENDRY
N.
by affidavit of w.: in the State of Florida, that
appearing at LaBelle, Florida this the 30th. day j It will be finished before the
the 1
in "
record
Henderson, solicitor of: defend Complainant, of August 1928. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. rest of the mill construction is com Haven on the following dates: '
that the I
above entitled cause, VS
,. l\lal'guerite Investment Company, Real Estate seal V William T. Hull | [pleted. "
Holding Corporation.
tIic Clerk Sept.-3-4-5-6-7-S-25 .
of said Court.IN .
\, -- luvmg:: no offices, agencies or xepreBentauves a corporation existing under the lawsof V 26272829.Oct.1516.17.1&1. :
<;' ) in the State of Florida, the State of Florida, and the Bay Florida Land and Timber Company,' Brick .
i ''t and if the defendant, the Marguerite oration existing under the laws of the' CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH 'V work on the furnaces in the 9-20. .:,-.1
:: Investment Company, has aplace of State of Florida, and the E. A. Kel- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE Or: a corporation under- the' laws of the V :r.!
.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY State of Iowa
-- 'business office, agency or represen lette Company a corporation existing Complainant, .
COUNTY CHANCERY.I I 1 I :::.j
tatlve, they have been absent for more under the laws of the-State of FloridaS.S. IN VS :1eSaLi'
.' '" than sixty (GO) days preceeding Mohlcr, W.L. Gage. Ocean Bay Florida Land and Timber Company, Wm.J.Kennedy and wife Frances. Ken

, _.. this date and that each of them Is Acreage Company, a Corporation, C. a corporation under the laws of nedy. .Defendants'V
.f '. over the age of twenty-one years, and Bentin Dean, and all unknown per I the State of ,Iowa, doing business ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt

V V, that there is no person in the Stateof sons. 'In the--.State of Florida, appearing by aflidavit of w. N. r : I
Florida, the services of a subpoenaupon Defendants, Complainant.VS Henderson, solicitor of record in the 'f '

V V V whom would bind said defend- ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt V above entitled cause, that the defend .
V {lnts. appearing by affidavit of w. N. Gus Roell, Defendant Win. J. Kennedy and wife 'Frances ir; t/

. IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED Henderson, solicitor of record in tho ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt Kennedy are non-residents of the Sta .', .;,..:. ._': .' .-:
"
,
,;':, I that the Marguerite Investment Company above entitled cause that the defendE. appearing by affidavit( of w. N. teof Florida, and if residents of the ','' -. !t:':" ;. .,,-', : :i1'

, :..' _' be required To 'appear' to the A. Kellete Company, a corporationS. Henderson, solicitor of record in the State of Florida they have been ab :'T\ -;- 'CLnd ":'.,1
V filed herein for the W. L. each above entitled cause, that the defend sent from .
: bill of complaint S. Mohler, Gage are non- the State more than sixty
:
. V purpose of foreclosiugg a certain mortgage residents of t he State of Florida, andif Gus Roell is a, llo l. 'esidellt of the days preceding this date, that, they -., :' ';

V: on Monday the 1st day of Octo- they are. "residents .ot. theState. of State of Florida, and if he is a resident are over the age of twenty-one years, ..::-;.:.(::, .;.it i-\, l '. ,
A dbr A. D. 1928, the same being Rule Florida that they and each of thPin of the State of Florida he hasbe'en that there is no person in, the State :-- .-/IoJ'IeccaiJ 7

V Day of this court, otherwise the allegations have been absent from the State more absent from the State more than of Florida services of a subpoena up' ;V'' :?;- 3 : : '

of said bill of' complaint as than sixty days pre ee'ding this date, sixty days preceeding thi-j. date: ;V that I n whom would bind the said defend ?' : ; ::1 > : .
"
coiiTesse; by them.: that each of them is over the age of he i is over the agg of twenty-one .that ants. ;J
V
It is futher ordered that this order twenty one years, and that there is there i.ii: person in the State of Flo- IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDEREDThat ,

V V#V !. be published in the Clewiston News, no persoiT whom would bind said de. rida services of a subpoena upon Wm. J. Kennedy and wife .Frances :

V {JI once a week for four consecutive fendants, or eitner' of them, \vliom would bind the said defendant, Kennedy be and they are hereby Cif1 JilCPI..dtllrlCJgt>lV( Jd
#t weeks, the said Clewiston News being I IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED required to appear to thebill of com ,'\\i
. printed and pub- That Gus Roell be and he is hereby the of
d 'weekly newspaper that E. A. Kellette Company; a corporation qlaint filed Herein for purpose
lished and in general ciruclation in S. S. Mohler, W.L. Gage, required to appear to the bill of complaint foreclosing a certain mortgage on : :

Hendry County Florida. each be and they are required to ap filed herein for the purpose of Monday the first day of October 1928 ,

. Witness my hand and official seal pear to the bill of complaint filed herein foreclosing a certain mortgage, on the same being Rule Day in said court 5Aizte > > -P7jtdnce flJlfone
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 @lIce ,g J,gJ ,Jpcs V:

V..... Seal WilUam T. Hull certain mortgage, on Monday' : the 1st. the same being Rule Day in said .will be taken as confessed by him.

:;. k Clerk of Circuit Court. day of October A. D. 1928 the same Court, otherwise the allegations ,of It is futher ordered that this orderbe

H I 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, fl ;JI/ V JlJ.J fl7I),((c/a' V ,
full, true and correct copy of the original wis the allegations of said bill of I him.It once a week for four consecutive "-" :

V order of publication on file in my complaint will be taken as confessed Is luther ordered that this orderbe weeks, the said Clewiston News being

V office by them. published in the Clewiston News, veekly newspaper printed and pub-
William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitConrt\ It is futher ordered that this orderbe once a week for four consecutive lished and in general ciruclation' in1

published in the Clewiston News, weeks, the said Clewiston News being 1 Hendry County Florida. '( -

V' IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWElFTH once a week for four consecutive weekly newspaper printed and pub Witness my hand and official seal t!: ,- ---- -

:'.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE.. OF weeks, the sand Clewiston News oeing lished and in general ciruclation in this the 30th day of August A. D.1928 .
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY weekly newspaper printed and pub- Hendry County Florida. Seal William T. Hull I!

COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. lished and in general ciruclation in Witness my hand and official, seal I hereby certify that the above is a ;,

Florida Land -and Timber Company, Hendry County Florida. flits the 30th day of August A. D.1928 full true and correct copy of the oricinnl :-,
V V a corporation under the' laws of the Witness my hand and official seal Real William T. Hull order of publication on file in my"I AuTooBjLEiiEpiRINoV

V. _V ..: V State of Iowa, doing business in This the 30th day af. August A. D.1928 I ,hereby certify that the above 'is a office I't 7

.: the State of Florida, Complainant i Seal William T. HullI full true and correct copy) of the original William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt I ICiPXk. (I .,
VS order of publication on file in --=---=_ __ _
hereby certify that the above is a my of Circuit Court. !I I .
'J. D. Pope and Katherine King Pope I I full true and correct copy "of th2 original nfjr-e Ii i

V \ C. W. Tomlinson and Harriett Tomlin! order of publication on file in my William T Hull Clerk of CircuitCourtCl -- i; Let us old .!J/ /'
save
cscxn, and Alfred Marsh Properties a I I office of Circuit Cnurt. I you money on repairing your ,
existing under the laws '- IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH'] ;';
corporation I William T; Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt '

\\of,* i the State of Florida: Defendants.V.... -.. I I Clerk of Circuit Court. IN! CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE r j car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE or
..r x ORDER OF affidavit UBLICATION of.'w. iN. IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH FLORIDA. IN AND FOR HENDRY FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY workmen and our prices are based on the low- j
: appearing by '
,
V V JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. V
Henderson, solicitor of record in the ,4 COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
V FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
-
.*,above entitled cause, that .the defend COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. est possible working conditions.Machine : : 1


V :,. : V Ton.p. W.are. Tomlinson non-residents and .Harriett"Tomlin'the residents State of of I Florida. Land and Timber_ Compnay, Florida corporation Land and existing Timber under Company-the,' rj o!ri d a_Lan djcand._TJml5e..c.,.jCjom ganyja ;, i...! .: __. '., ..._ _._'. ,," V V V ..>:::5:..,
; and if they are : '*
,Florida" the State, of Florida, that they and I a corporation under the laws of laws of the"State Qf Iowa and doing corporation under ,the laws of shop,' acetelyn welding all kinds of '-t1{
,
V each of them have been absent from I I the State of Iowa, doing business business in the State of Florida .
in the State of Florida the State of Iowa
Complianant. Complainant, doing businessin
than sixty days precee .V automobile work
I .
the State more V VS ..
ding this date, that each of them are I vs E. L.. Omchumdro the State of Florida, Complainant > -' r;>. '/ L VV
: I X river the are: of twentv-one years; "
{Thomas J. Boyle, and Real Estate. Defendant i2'V .**
j" "th: ;? the Alfred Marsh Properties is' .
'I Holding Corporation Defendants. Order of Publication &
State of Florida .
the "
of
.:t !non-resident <
ORDER OF PUBLICATION It appearing by affidavit of w. N.: VS
that if they have any .officers, agents
have been ab It appearing by affidavit of w. :N. the complaintant Jn the above entitled 2j

V 'sent-or representatives from the State they more than sixty Henderson, solicitor' of record .in the cause, that the defendant E. L. Om Florida International Realty Company MOORE HAVEN SALES CO- i'/j

next preceeding this date and above entitled cause, that the defend chumdro is a nonresident of the a corporation existing under .
,that days there is no person in the State Thomas J. Boyle is a non-resident of State of Florida, and if he is a res-- the laws of the State of Florida, ,;;;.i '

of Florida that the. services of a sub- the Stale of Florida, that he has been ident of the State of Florida he has and Almar Realty Company, a corporation FORD LINCOLN .1'
V V whom would bind the said absent from the State, more than sixty ben absent from the State more than existing under the laws of FORDSON .:
poena upon days preceeding this date that his the State of Ohio ,....,
,defendants, or.. either of them. sixty days preceding this date, that Ethel Priutt, of
; over the age of twentyone he is the Dade County, Florida '
V IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED years over age of twenty-one years and Dorothy :
that C. W. Tomlinson and Harriett I and that there is no person in the that there Is no person in the Stateof Donovan, (an unmarried woman), 1 II i

V V V Tomliiison" Alfred Marsh Properties State of Florida, services of a supoena Florida services of a subpoena upon Trustee of Dade County, Florida,

each be and they are hereby re upon whom, would bind said defend whom would bind the said defend-I Maude L. Baker (an unmarried wo-' II- I

V quired to appear to the bill of oomplavint ant. V ant. ,rrrJ.ot! Dade_ County, Florida,) Dr. ;
o IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED M. rT.: '
V filed herein for the purpose of foreclosing IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED Tallman, and wife, Gertrude

S a certain mortgage, on Monday -. that .the said Thomas J. Boyle, be That E. L. Omchumdro be and he is L. Tallman of Dade County, FlorIda .
1928 and he is hereby required to appearto hereby required to to J Kedric J. : ,;
V.- the :st. day of Oetober A. D. appear the bill Priebe of Kings .
V the same being Rule Day in this Court the bill of' complaint filed herein of complaint filed herein for the purpose County, State of New York, Virginia "" ;

otherwise the allegations of said bill for .Ui{jmrpose of foreclosing a mortgage .. o t fprjecloslng a certain mortgage M. Spitler, Jamaica New '<', .' EFFICIENCY "

( ,will be taken ag confessed, by the said.v oh on Monday tlie first day of Oct-- York, Mrs. Hannah S. Ryan, and : ., ; I
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defendants. All of section Ten(10)) Township ober 1928, the same being rule day Thomas H. Ryan of Dade County,1 ."'-.,. .. "... ,."--". .''r-..'_ '> ,.......]

It is futher ordered that this order Forty-eight) South, Ranuge Thir nsaid Court, otherwise the allegations Florida, and The Compass Corpora .. -.I'.
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V be published in the Clewiston News, ty-two ((32)) East.on of said bill will be taken as con. tion, Defendants..' i| -,.

V once a week for four consecutive Monday the First day of October fessed by him. Order of Publication. I .', .

.- weeks, the said Clewiston News being ;A D. 1928, the same being Rule Day V It -is futher ordered that this order It appearing V by affidavit of w. N. I V-- V V- V ..r'q.

weekly newspaper printed and pub- in said Court, otherwise the allegations be published in the Clewiston News, Henderson, solicitor of record in tha .,

lished and in general qruclation in. of said bill of complaint will be once a' week' for 'four consecutive above entitled cause, that the defend ; : : : ':. : : '. :' '. -- "
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? Hendry County.Florida.. taken as confessed by him.It weeks, the said Clewiston News being Florida Intrnational Realty Company, 'V '. '. : V ::1

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

.: I hereby certify that the above is a !weekly lished and newspaper in printed and pub- : this the 30th day of August A. ))..1928Seal' and The Compass Corporationeach I lowest prices consistent with the best constru ,.
V full true and correct copy of-the original general circulation. in William T. Hull non-residents of the State of Florida V. V
:. order of publication on file In my Hendry County Florida., I[ hereby certify that the above is a : and if they are.residents of the I I
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Witness Iction. .
office my hand and official seal full, true and correct copy of the original -' State of Florida, that they and eachof . .._::::::;
William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCotirt this the 30th' day of August _A. D.1928 order of publication on file in my them have been absent from the .'
Seal William T. Hull office .' State more than
sixty days preceed We the best
workmen and
machinery
use
. I hereby certify that the above Is a I power
IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourtlefk ing this date that each of them is

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE or full, order true and correct copy of the original of Circuit Court.IN V over the age g!, twenty-one years, 'and I

.V FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY office of publication on file in my that there is ho person in the Stateof I and
| services all
branches
COUNTY, IN CHANCER William T. Hull Clerk CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH Florida, the services of a subpoena 4 our cover of
of CircuitCourt '
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE r* upon whom would bind said defend I V I
V: Florida Land and Timber Company, Clerk of Circuit Court. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY :ants, or either of them. construction. .- : :'

_. a. corporation under the laws of COUNTY, IN CHANCERY., 'IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED .: ,' '.. ,.", ,
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tine' State of lowa, doing busi.ness IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH That the Florida International Real ; ,

-Jn the State of Florida, Complain- \ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, STATE OF Florida Land Donovan, Maude L: Baker, Dr. M. H. ..
and .
. Timber -
V ant. j, FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY Company, Tallman and his wife Gertrude L. Tal .' -
; Complaintant : COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. a corporation existing under the Iman Mrs. Hannah '.- '
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Ryan and Thomas ;' '
..... VS I laws of the State of Iowa, and do. II. Ryan, The Compass Corpora '..,' ,..-,,; -; '>:"'< : -

; ; V Hannibal Johns and Real Estate Hold!i'Florida Land andTimber Company, ing business in the State of Florida tipn each be_and theyare hereby required "
Complainant.
,> : Jng Corporation) 1 l a corporation under the laws of the VS To appear to the bill of complaint -
;: Defendants. State V filed herein for the "
.. V of Iowa
.. V doing business in purposeof
't Harry Baron, and Real Estate Hold.
: ORDER OF PUBLICATION the Stat'e'of Florida Complainant, foreclosing a mortgage on
.: : : -* It appearing by affidavit of w. N. I .. VS ing Corporation.ORDER OF Defendants PUBLICATION, The north halfNl-2)) of Section 12

_ ,- .:' :,; Henderson, solicitor of record In the Real Estate Holding Corporation, a .It appearing by affidavit Township 44 South. Range32 East, al
of 1N..
I V .. "'" 'above entitled cause, that the d?fend : corporation existing under the laws Henderson solicitor so Section 24,26, and 36 Township 44
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_ V ;. ant, Hannibal Jones, is a non-resident of the State of Florida, the Bay SFu' of record for the South, range 32 East, El-2 of Section
V :- .I :-.:..of the State of Florida and if he is a I ore Investment Company, a complaintant in the above entitled 18 and Section 20,28,30,32 Township '

V: "; resident of the State, he has been absent ation existing under the laws corpor-of the cause, that the defendant Harry Bar- 44 SouthRange 33 East. on Mondaythe ,.:, '.' ". ...
. is : '
V : from the State more than sixty "I State of Florida, and the Dorothe on a non-resident of the State of 1st. day' of October A. D. 1928, ',
: -, days next preceeding this date, that Realty Company, a corporation exis Florida. and if he is a resident of the the same being Rule Day ofthis court :. ", -V. -----
:V the defendant is the of twen State of Florida, he has: been absent otherwise -
} over aje ting under the laws of the State of the allegations of said, bill V
;{t ty-one years. that there is no "one in Florida. from the State more than Pixtvdavs ( )tfl) of complaint will ?ie taken as confessed : ', ---
*t: tho State. of Florida service of a sub-. Defendants: next Trpceedin) thte: flnohe tlH1t by them.It -
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nopna unon whom would bind the said ORDER OF PUBLICATION is over the age of twenty-one years is futher ordered that this orderbe
'I'; a V defendant I that there is no person in the Stateof
I It appearing by affidavit of W. N. published in the Clewiston News,
;r. IT IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED Henderson solicitor of records for the Florida. services of a supoena) upon once a week for four consecutive

V that Hannibal Johns be and he Is hereby I complintant In the above entitled whom would bring the said defendantsIT weeks, the said Clewiston News being '
CROW
required to appear to the bill of!I cause that the defendants, the Dorothea IS NOW THEREFORE ORDERED weekly newspaper printed and pub- V'V
complaint filed herein for the purpose Realty Company, having no offices that Harry Baron be, and he is lished and in general ciruclation in ;

V : of foreclosing a certain mortage, on or representatives in the Stateof hereby required to appear to the bill Hendry County Florida. '

V V ... Monday, the first day of October A. D. Florida, and if the said defendant of complaint filed herein for the pur.pos'e Witness my hand and official seal ; BROTHERS t

: 1928, ,which is Rule Day in this Court, has'a place of business, office of foreclosing a certain mortgage this the 30th day of August A. D.1928
agencyro
,
otherwise the allegations of said bill representative In the State of Flo on Monday the first day of October Seal William T. HullI

Tj. of complaint will be taken as confessed rlda, they have been absent from the '1928. the same being rule day in hereby certify that the above is ,a General Contractors

V It Is futher ordered that this order State for' more than sixty days this Court, otherwise the allegationsof .full true and correct copy of the origInal -
be published in the Clewiston News, pro said bill will be taken as confessedby 1 order of '
ceding this date, that each. of them : publication on file !in my Clewiston Floridart't.
oTO a week forV four consecutive is over the of him. office
',\... ks i, the said Clewiston News being i and thJ there age Is no twentyone person in years the,I! IT IS FUTHER ORDERED that !William T. Hull Clerk of CircuitCourt -

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I NEWS OF THE WEEK ble for the taxpayers of special tax Winter "V:i I J

\ districts to levy any millage !desiredfor Unknown

I r : ______ school purposes against the prop- ><

WOMAN FOUND GUILTY erty of the districts. The section of Expert I

i CAWTHON FIGHT.SAMENDMENT constitution which it is proposed Jasksonville.--.
Miami.--Mrs. Louise Palmer, who '
.shot and fatally' wounded S. W. to amend divides the counties Into' eran meteorologist, .

Stciiwall, secretary to Former Po FOR special tax districts, provides for the there had never '

lice Chief H. Leslie Qulgg on May election of trustees and prescribing: spring hurricane in or'I'I

12, last, was found guilty of manslaughter SCHOOL MILLAGE their duties and terms of office and available records 1
"No
Jury in criminal court hurricane ]
by a
authoroizes the .levying and collection -. in.th. ,
'state
here. Mrs. Palmer was on trial charged I
of a district tax for school purposes June," he 'said. I
with second dergee murder. Sentence Tallahassee.--Adoption:; in the coming !
not not to exceed, 10 mills, on frains from'vIsIting
will be passed tomorrow by general election. of the proposed J
Judge Tom Norfleet. Under the state the dollar., this period because
constitutional amendment seeking to
law, manslaughter carries a penaltyof A resolution calling for.th'e. amendment storms is the loser.
provide mo're revenue for the schools "A ]hurrican in
from one day to twenty years.
of the state would be "a backwardstep was adopted bv the 1297.\.1eis' :I i ter months Is: as
witness
Mrs. Palmer was the only '
educationally'," in the opinion of lature. i
ly as
offered by the defense. She testified I a snow

that she shot the former police officer W. S. Cawthon, state 'superintendent "The. motivo behind this action of west In the
of public instr action. IVlr.
he advanced on her with a : Mitchell said
as the legislature was most worthy,
,
from In a statement given the AssoCiated the last 40 years'
Stenwall had resigned
pictol.
Press, of series issued by the state superintendent said. "There 1
before one .a ; tropical, l disturbance
the police department a few days '
Mr. Cawthon 'in, which:; he discusses is a good intention back of every, in Florida during
he was shot. '
ways and means of bettering the educational plan] to raine more money for'publiceducation..1 the storm occurred a

STORM FUND system of Florida, he declared ago .and was of

that advocates of the amend
ture that it was not

ment .who expected' to ,.remove indebtedness Voters of the state .!ll e first,, concerned ricane.
St. Augustine: Having set as a goal
from districts by such re to whether "Talk of
with the thought as a
be sent to 'the aid
$500 which, is to
of storm sufferers in the Palm visions in the organic laws "would'probably .they ,.sho ld concern themselves and spring mouths ;
be disappointed," adding in districts preposterous,"
with the proposed exercising sir
Beach area, the St. Augustine Exchange -
that "the only way to stop indebted* in
of unlimited taxing
power I
club yesterday appointed a "
special committee to look into the ness is to destroy the power to make raising school funds; Mr. Cawthon, I.. s'i''I
debts._" The amendment, he said 'Observed. Princ .
various ways in which this sum -- 1
would not accomplish that. I, .-.., .
be raised. The committee met
could
The proposed. amendment briefly: "The answer to the question depends -- .
of "" ,90
yesterday the city's women's with representatives clubs and civic or would remove= the maximum, levy of I I upon whether or not the 'us'eof M$"" ;)';!.< ....: ','/!;.';

10 mills, now being levied in the this power by the'voters of a district >' J 11 $, "; 'd'

ganizations to set upon some cooperative various counties and make it possin -I II would tend to promote or' hin ., :K..J f1 << 'v ... .'.....:.t. '. .i. ::
scheme toward raising the /c&h. : '1.c.
state :
in the
educational I" "
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progress : ;; :
$500 and set upon Thursday, October at large." (R' ,.; '; '.' ,

4fl as the day upon which the entertainment i } g. its dazzlin g .silvery white finish" ") i:

: should be had. the. scentists declare, "make it one Adoption: of the proposed amend I '\W'.. .. .,;.." ."-%: : l .
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of the most satisfying pictures of teh ment, he added, would: bring! aboutan .' .',:-f:5.i '< '(::>'':.# ; :
NEW PYRAMID FOUND increase in the property tax, and :;" ''''''f.' .f)?. .;t: :
past to be found anywhere in 'the '- .
: ..".::".:.. a 7. {><, : : ; :
world." emphasize the district: as a taxing 'I tl'. I
.i
:\Vashington.-Shimmering white in unit, as distinguished from the county ;1:11JT':: ;'!"'I : : :: : i I

", ana state. {: + : I
the :
tropic sun, a pyramid which wasa FIREMEN INSURED .
holy place at Uaxactun in north- 'It x. v' .I ';i ; ; ;i r
?
-- $
: I = j y :
tStuart.At I "Property has all of the millage .. m-z-y. i' : i
;, ern Guatemala, when the great Mayan a meelting of the city against for school purposes that f ) .It i" ."": 'It '

,; civilization 'was just emerging commission Wednesday ,.night, it was it should be required to bear;" he Usl/t'.iJ M f1'* ,/fl J : >:> ; :: ;

r from the jungles and mountains of decided to insure .
Hf f4 /
t. i. S)
Central America, has' been restored been the ,
purpose to also insure the
adopted and if the districts could ,x 3
to the beauty it possessed about 2- police, but the commission was .informed / .1 1
: raise more funds, those districts having :
..
f.. 000 :years ago.*' I, l ,,0 .. Jilt. 1 '
,r no insurance! Is available for the greater wealth in proportion, ;'l' y.:: > 1
Its excavation this is i.f ,"
summer one policemen. It decided
tivas' to take out to the number of children, be educated i t, '. '.
,
\
of the outstanding
developments in
an accident policy of the blanket va would give their children much ; :.. '' :
the work at Uaxactun and Chichen ""'
riety. In so doing it was found twen- better educational <

l v;",:. Carnegie Itza. Yucatan Institution. : by archeologists of the ty-five men could be insured ,as cheaply the children of the advantages less favored that dis ._ ,-J' i'i" '" ......j: : :1. .,.:. I :: ; : :
of
Washington,
as one. Therefore, it was decidedto tricts could received. Consequently,
',;' which will be described in detail next
increase
the department, which is there would be still greater inequal- A 'modern

,.", week before the International Congress volunteer, to twenty-five men. Though ities of educational '-'; opportunity as Sara Whitehead,
of Americanists at Nek York. the Chfckahominies,
called
men are. volunteers, they between the. children of the
different
: -
;.. "Its harmonious annual': powwow of i
proportions, its are paid by the thei "
city for_ :, ., .wort disfrIcts. ., ,..of.: a.'countythan'exists.... '. at Richmond,
5 _. pleasing silhouette, its dignified bear- and drills. '...now.'! -.' '" I. .' 'l' ;':"; 1 .: ,- .. ',_ .,.' ... .... ) .

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