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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 2-NO. 43} CLEWISTON FLORIDA FR/DAY. OCTOBER 19 .1928_ PRICE'rJ CENTS" I
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; r.VIEWSON $4,200 SPB T !ClEWISTON COMPANY TO AWARD Halloween Plans Under Dance WayShieks t 'ITO START WOm{ :. -?S.!:


, 8Y CONTRACTS FOR 10 NEW HOUS T- S ON NEW
M FlEDO11 j i. JL pirates, ballet dancers, OFFICE
THE I
JSTON IQ RELIEVE CONDITIONS HERE tramps and Mandarins will! gatheij) |

' I I on Halloween, October 30 for mas- BUllDmC! HERE
NEWS ,
'I I -- ball to be
que sponsored by the
: T. ire ,,- ve Case To BeHervd I'I Contract Clewiston Veteran's club.,
Awards Will Contract' For
'I' For : New Ad
RepresentativeAttorney's
;. ;:,:. BY TOM SMITH :: : : B y Rehabilita' I Plans are nearing completion for i
. .J :: :.... ___ Be Announced Before what is believed will be the most ministration Building .
''don Committee This I
-:' t S. Watt Lawler talented Fort My_ Saturday ; Houses Are gaal occasion in Clewiston social To Be Awarded This

I ers attorney. : sounded: an interesting_ Week. :. Needed history and residents of the community
For Mill Workers. Week.
Is s note this week when ,- -r> ; QApproximately are busily planning unusual

., Attack defending Hurd L. $4,200 has been costumes. A large delegation is expected
ReevesReeves county tax from Moore Haven and Contracts will probably be awarded
On toe
.. spent in Clewiston for relief of the
.t'' assessor_ a g a inst I .y Bids have been received and con- west end of Hendry county. Prizes this week and work started im. '
storm victims by tha American Red I
charges: brought by a ,Felda woman tracts will be awarded late this week for best (costumes will also ,be mediately on the construction ot a
; he charged that the//attack on Mr.p Cross it was announced this week! by for the construction of ten new awarded. new office building for the officials

" *i.' :' : Reeves character was the result of C. C. Barnes, who as representativeof ;, houses. it was announced yesterday)' z- and personnel of the Southern Sugar '
r", -,L.' the the National Red Cross is guiding company, it was announced yesterday ,
.,:- Va, bitter 'political fight Taking by Captain F.Deane. Duff, general
,: '>,! ,, / trouble to explain that such charges the local rehabilitation' committee in I t manager .of the Clewiston company I. I. BOARD r lAY I by Captain F. Deane Duff general "

:.,)4 : : would not hold in any court in the Its work. who said that work will be startedas J manager of the Clewiston company
.7 ',*'xountrjv; : ir. Lawler wisely had testi I All bills contracted here up to date soon as possible after the award Six bids have been received and the a
, ':' mony brought out which Indicated have been forwarded to Florida head. lug of the contracts to afford further HELP F ARPiiERS contract, it is 'expected will be let ,.

: that the attack was the result of po_ quarters at West Palm Beach and according
; litical 'difference of opinion Mr. 'Law- to latest advices received by Six contractors submitted bids on the I IN l GLADES AREA The new building which will be '"

> .,' ler's plea, for cleaner politics was Mr. Barnes these will be paid within I work. built west of the present Administration .;

: I > very timely. With the first signs of 48 hours. All future bills, will also The houses will be three and four building will be similar In architecture .. s.
fall political be handled in this quick manner it bungalows and construction to the present ;
the opening of the cam room similar to'the i ten Mortgage Adjustment Is
I was explained. building General and private of '
paign The Clewiston News urged now under construction south .of
that politics be kept clean. Surely The emergency period has now Celotextown. Considered.Probable.. fices will be included' and the addi

% J candidate must :have enough quaL definitely.. passed-- :Mr.- -Barnes- said and Captain Duff. ,in announcing) that By Official tion will more than. double the office ,
ifications without resorting to mud all cases needing help from tile lieu the contracts would be awarded" in space of the present Administration

,'., ..... ilinging at the ,opposition. At all Cross organization are being investigated the, next few (days again emphasizedthe Trustees of the Internal Improve_ I building. I
With
the to discredit Reeves IlUDEIrS fact that the theincrease in the personnelof
!vents move CHANCES houses are not in_ ment board Florida
help farmers
may
I 5 was Burned into an ovation for, him There are now some 35 cases on tended to solve the house shortage the Southern Sugar company as ,.
tl' and the incident must have made cord at the local headquarters and problem but merely to afford relief in the storm ,stricken areas new acreage was. put Into cane and J''

him fore friends It should be a les_ the majority of these will be heard LEGISLATURE for the number of families who will hrough readjustment of mortgageson the mill neared completion, conditions ; a

son to those who ,might sink to such this week. Action on the requests for come here: in connection with the land In the storm area, according fit the Administration building :

; methods in the coming campaign.. aid rests finally with the Rehabilita ,CONSIDERED GOOD. operation' of the new 1,500 ton a day to the Florida Developer which said became more crowded until with every
tion committee composed of local sugar mill which; is nearing comple.. available foot of space in use,
South
announcement in the
Activities of the American Red Cross people. It is expected that, all of the tion. o an the construction of a new building '
Attorney General Fred H.Davis had "
local cases will have been investigated was receognized as the only solutionto
in 'affording relief to the sufferers Ability Wins Contract for ten houses ,was awarded -
; made a statement to this effect on .
the
by Miss Margaret Naioual problem.
L.Shupe,
in the recent storm weeksago to Crow Broth.
several
of from Senator Al-
receipt
Him Host Of a request
? Red. Cross worker and will
the of but the demand
$4,200 expenditure ers has been so fred H.
I have been acted upon by the middle Friends Wagg. .
Spent- have resulted in great that last week theClewiston
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:t,'":: <:, $4,200 from the j .?lean: ii' a "I .,;"It';e 5 i company called for bids on the con. Full his agreement stand that.with a careful Senator study Waggin of RED CROS SETStOSING .5,.

.:.. .-L: Clewiston headquarters according to \ Announcing this week of the can struction of an additional ten houses. purchase and land
,. : Barnes who is supervising the dihacy I of Col.H. A. Rider for representative Six contractors responded money mortgages [:
; .,' C. C. NEWPAPER/ MANlJISITOR and announcement purchase contracts by farmers would DATE
local relief work for the national organization brings into the politicalrace of awarding of the con- ,
result in state relief for those 'sustaining
: ... the of county's most tract will be made .
With emergency period one Hendry probably before hurricane losses and still
; all)) will be thoroughly HERE This fact was recog- Saturday.
1, over, cases now able citizens. owing on land was accorded by the All Petitions For Aid '
: before awards nized his opposition when an unsuccessful
, : '. j investigated by attorney general. .
: : "are:,made unfortunately there are attempt was made to keep Must Be In By Nov.
: Suggestion that each farmer take
..v' people low'' enough' to try to profit' Prominent Circulation Col. Rider's name offe the ballot COMMISSIONERS up his case directly with the trus- '. 3, Say Heads '
( : heavily from storm disasters and Man Impressed With I Colonel Rider was born In Lump- ,
ees or with Nathan L. Mayo, commissioner -
for this reason the Red Cross exceptin r kin county Georgia, November 23, (Clewiston News Special)
Local Activity"Both I ORDER BALLOTS of agriculture, was made '
emergency work must be careful 1876, and after attending the public by the official. He emphasized the West Palm Beacl .-With November

with. their'' investigations. That they I schools of his native state and Knox act that he could speak only for 3rd set as the closing, day for '
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; : ,: '.' <. care')fpr'none of the glory is another your,yk community" and thebackground i, county, Tennessee, he entered, Han. himself all persons needing Red Cross as ;

\: : : : rni.1t1.teir: :: ,f ',as.J.1.e! ?' leave .. ., : _convince me, tat ,1is tins Normal College at' Gorman, Tex-. ,Ten New .Names: To',Be Senator telegram said "A. ..slsto.nce.to. apply] for this....aid..,. approximately *.*> ,"' t
-' !*" I f r1* W* it,* xsection ''d ,Wagg's :
the, handling. of 'the',-relief work to will enjoy a wonderful, -era Ilas/He (taught in the public schools 'Added For Election survey of the situation in the Ever- 11,500 probably will reg- r
local. ,committees wherever possible, of of Eastlaud county, Texas, four I ister from all parts of, the Florida
prosperity during the next five glades since the recent disaster makes
Uhe work of the local Red Cross rep. years, Pike county Georgia, six Contest storm area, A.L.. Schafer, AmericanRed 9
years and Clewiston as the center of it apparent th.at relief to the resident
resentatives in Clewiston during the years and McCurtain county, Okla- Cross director of Florida relief
past. few weeks, should bring home activity must go forward with star.. home, two years. He graduated from Hendry county commissioners at a farmer .is imperative 'and'jus estimated In a report to National
tified. In view of this condition I
to, us even fore forcibly bring ,homee tling rapidity. the Law Department of Cumberland special meeting in LaB lle Wednesday headquarters; at Washington. Registrations y
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I earnestly recommend that the Inter I
great privilege we are given to This was 'the statement made university with the degree of LL. B., sounded the 'official gong for the to date number 6,4SO, he

'come part of this great organiza_ here Tuesday' by Don R.Davis. su. in 1910, and graduateclKfrom Atlanta opening of the fall political battle nal Improvement Board give irnme.. stated +,.

;.' tion at Roll Call. nervisor of circulation for the Chi- I Law school with ',the, 'degree of LL. when they ordered names of ten independent diate consideration through a care The .expected total.a is divided as '
Journal and the Morn- : ful study of the situation by competent .
cago Tampa
-- B. in 1914. ,'/: ,, candidates, placed on the follows: '
,'t. 'I! ing Tribune who ,spent,, a day in this 1925. Rider moved official ballot in addition to those authority having in mind the West Palm Bead, .
" -, / Ordering of 10 new names on the In March ,, .Mr.\ :. area 7,325. .
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official primary.An
: .,: ballot for the general election to LaBelle and:j cast his lot among Everglades area 2,000.
\, by the county com. Tampa paper. the good ''people of ,Hendry county. important ruling was made by Okeechobee county area 675.

I r :' ; Ballot missioners this I Mr\ Davis who is known as one of Please turn to page: 5 the commissioners when they ruledon BEANS '$6 PER HAMPERHOOKER I Broward county area 1,500 -

,, : Ordered- wee k o fficlally the most capable circulation men in -- ', the legality of H. A.Rider's. can- HAS 10,000The The emergency period has been ,
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sounded the.bell the South has handled newspaper didacy, overruling protests by his brought to a close in West Palm
_}' : circulation for the past 15 years and TAG DANCES TABOOEDBY opponent L.O.. Gravely The latter and in
I for the opening of the preelection ?, ill-wind adage is proving true I Beach in Broward county;
: battle. '" At least two of the new candidates has made a study of community I f LOCAL VETERANSRobbers held that Mr. Rider ,had taken partin for W. C. Bill Hooker a Clewiston Okeechobee, reports to headquartershere

.''' are deserving of whole heart growth and development ,the June prImaries' and so was farmer who has 100 acres planted to indicate that normal pursuitsare
ed "Clewistou and Tampa," he said, fox trots or tag dances ineligible as a candidate, in the gen. taken once *i
support. They are II. A.Rider. : beans which he will ,start picking being up more.
"" "have much in common. Both are unless? specifically, announced will eral election. contrast to October 15th rehabilitation
present county attorney and candidate within the next few weeks.Early. By up
.for the*legislature and Carl E. building a solid background for community be taboo ,, at future dances at' the The fallacy of this contention was, cold in the north and virtually no was at a standstill'" in '

1 k. rtoyer, for superintendent/ of schools growth with payrolls] The Clewiston Inn, members of the Clew pointed out by the commissionerswho early crop fu Florida has skyrocketedthe Pfease turn to page 5 Y
activity here of the Dahlberg Sugar iston Veteran's club ruled at their '
QHar, are two important positions ruled that since Mr.\ Rider had price of beans to $6 per hamperat .
,\'li're men of unquestionable .ability : Cane Industries' will not only bring regular dinner meeting in the Watanabe neither been a candidate nor votedat present with still higher prices RADIO STATION PLANNED 'L

- :1hre needed. Law making and educa prosperity to Clewiston, but we in Tuesday evening. Whether the June primary he is eligible as probably.Produce men'of .the north --

r'.ti6 ; :Mr.Rider. as attorney for the Tampa already feel it and with the men should wear coats was 'discuss.. a candidate, in the general election. combing the country for beans. Clewiston will have a radio broad. :

;/ bounty commissioners has gained an completion of your program here, it ed but no action taken. The local Political observers knowing Mr.Ri. I I are In the, meanwhile Bill Hooker has casting station if plans being worked ';<*|4 4out

enviable reputation for honesty, ability will be felt throughout the state. veterans voted $25 to the American : der's excellent reputation built up 100 acres on the ClewistonMooreHaven are successful, It was announced ,/ /J

and Integrity ,throughout the "I am greatly impressed, by the Red Cross for relief work and' the during years of service as attorneyfor road, from which he expectsat :yesterday'by Captain F. Deane Duff, .,.;;,:-. ''Sj

county. He" is a lawyer of consider progress shown in the sugar mill con_ rest of the meeting with the excep. the' county commission accepted least 100 hampers to the acre. general manager of the Clewiston J

and his belqg! represent. struction work and the bulky mill tion of routine business matters was Gravely's: protests,' as an, admission, Ten thousand hampers at $6 per Size of the station is now being worked ,' '2

'. "ribIlity a credit to Hendry coun- with its giant stacks made me think given over to .C. C.Barnes. repre- of Rider's political strength. hamper.The Clewiston farmer is nowa out and details will be announced ,'. :'

of the qualifications of that Clewiston will some day be sentative of the National Red Cross These!? who will have their nameson firm believer in "It's an ill wind at a later date. L :'j
Carl E. Roycr leaves no room for known as 'The sl yline city of the who outlined the work In which his the ballot in addition to those -..:.--
blows nobody good.
that
d6ubt as to. whether he is fitted forth Everglades. organization is active. '. 1 who were nominated at the June '.

position of superintendent of primary are Carl E. Royer for superintendent ..

lry county's schools. Years of I SECONDCHOICE VOTE PROBLEMSETTLED of Public) Instruction, i I FIRST SHOT AT REEVES CANDIDACY .

i :.;frlence as a teacher and super H. A. Rider, for representative, R. E. ,

(l\7Ir qualify him for the position end Burchard for Tax Collector;' R.C.. i I PROVES HARMLESS POLITICAL DUD
,ada to this the fact that he has had ; DELANEY DESIGNATED' Powell, for Sheriff; J. C. Jackmanfor .

legal: training, is a World war veteran ,' County Commissioner District' No.

and at present ''a successful 'J Please turn to page 8 I ,2

business man in LaBelle and tberej'ca' II.L., Delaney candidate for county -I I Drew Hampton SO. \ What is believed to have been the boning by Watt Lawler. ;0

be no serious question as to his commissioner District No. '3 was Charles Cochran, 80. SARASOTA A DENTIST first shot fired at the candidacy of "This is undoubtedly a cheap move .

.eligibility, ,, officially designated the Democratic First and(' second choice" ."votes showed WILL 'SETTLE HERE Hurd L.Reeves. for County Tax' by those who oppose Mr.Reeves'. to .. '.
nominee by the Hendry County Dent : sessor went wide of the target and "
I Following jeopardize his political chances,
t a lengthy' battle brought ocratic Executive committee Wednesday H.L.. Delaney 138. -S Clewiston will have a capable proved a harmless dud when a ,trial
.(m .:.b.Y .the second choice vote buga. at a special meeting in La Drew Hampton 118. dentist ''here within the next month, growing out of charges preferred bya said 1\1'1'\ Lawler. "The case, could

, 1: ; boo, H. Lt Delaney Belle settling definitely the question Charles Cochran 110. it was announced this week by Felda. woman, was turned into a have been dismissed for there is no

') I7,"* Delaney 'has been chosen which had gone through the circuit Motion by C. L. Couch seconded byJ. 'E.W.. 'McCully local real estate booster meeting for the candidate.A law on the statute books to cover the

; .#: Designated- Democratic nominee courts of "the state. H.'' Booth Mr. Delaneys name be broker who said that Dr.L.. M. No.. record ,crow had gathered to hear charges preferred against Mr. Reev..

:" \+j from District No. 3 The minutes of the meeting;! which placed on official ballot at the com ble of Sarasota has rented an of- the testimony before Justic of the eSt That he has violated no law is

.' 'for'county 'commissioner, The two are self explanatory read: ing general election. fice Jn the new Hopkins buildingand Peace George W. Howard, but whenS evident but I wanted the testimony

1 'other candidates tied in the number The Hendry County Democratic The motion carried unanimously. will open, his dental office hereas Watt Lawler counsel for tho defense brought out to show the depths to '

!! ,0:' voteSj. ajid the question. 'of who Executive committee convened at It will be remembered that this soon as the building is complet branded the action as a cheap which some people will sink In a po

(\fP.,second man: in the race brought 10:30: a.m.' to nominate or decide up puzzling question passed through the political move, the crowd cheered litical fight." The Fort Myers attorney .- ?f

'Qn:the problem, which was carriedthrough on a candidate 1 for commissioner of various boards of the county 'and ed.Dr.. Nobile. according to Mr. Mc for Reeves. B. A. Bales of Moore then urged those present to try. .:(..

J .: the circuit court and backto the third district On the motion of state to the circuit court, and back to Cully has an enviable reputation in Haven was prosecuting attorney to keep politics clean '1
t the '.county Democratic Executive : J.II.. Booth seconded by E. L. Stewart County Executive and brought Felda ;impressedthose
committee. the Sarasota he was attracted here Charges were by a His eloquent plea deeply. .
\ g ojnrnittee before settlement. The inwlldent I the committee went into execu-. I court of last resort and the commit.. by the'! opportunities offered In his woman who said that Reeves had present and what was' to have

:"i: i is another link: in the chain tive session. tee has settled, it on a plurality ba.. field. The Hopkins building is told of forcing attentions on her, but been a trial turned out to be an ova-
[ of incidents showing the absurdi'ty of Returns from the primary showed. sis. scheduled for completion by No.. when prosecution witnesses were tion for Reeves when the majorityof

t the "second choice wte system, and First Choice' VotesH. M\ L. ,WILLIAMS II vember 1, and Dr.Noble. will open called to the stand their memory those present loudly cheered his

1 f, .. .the. sooner,a-,'. It is perished,LI.l the, better.. L. Delaney 100. Secretary'and Treasurer" ". ; .his offices a few days later. suddenly I failed under the cross' ques. candidacy -

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progress? What good does it do us mate, but I hope In a few
BY THE WAY NAVE r ., CAROLINA BEAUTY HONORED-;_:. to have an Experiment Station to I I have It acclimated. years to.

' try to help solve our problems, if "Last 'fall
we sowed Monantha !

r.' I; ; HEARD THAT- :.. we ire won't found use? the solutions after they vetch cold killed, but It was sown ,late and the ,' !,
I It. On our farm we have !
Talk In local social circles this spent several The'farmers who are making the in small quantities several crops that ',.'
Mrs.E.. C. Speer !I
week is centering around the plans I days in Sebring last week '. best successes are the ones who are are not grown generally In this area, :
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for the Masked Dance to be given by 'rceplng right up to the minute In de such as carpet grass, subterranean :j

the Veteran's club at the Clewiston Tom Mitchell} of Sebring spent a velopment While plenty of similar ILlustrations clover, centipede grass, St. Lucie .. !

Inn on Halloween, October 30. few days in Clewiston this week on r could be found in Florida, grass angleton; grass, 'and Ladino ';. i;
Remembering the big success of business. .l.Jiappen_to be thinking now of a let- white clover. 1

last year's Halloween dance, local ;ilir; I received! from an Arkansas "I will be glad to let you know i.\!

people are busily planning new creations William Cecil Owen, Charles A. farmer just the'other day. Written next fall what the Crotalaria does,
for this year's event and according IJ on nice stationery with the as I will II
Jackson, George Watkins. and ,E. C. name of surely. plant some.
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to the early enthusiasm be bus 'he farm and Its proprietors printed !
in Sebring on
Speer spent a day ,, .
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ing shown it will eclipse all other iness. .,Re'n .lry ,re ':,n. a Y S a :5n 'it, this letter .said;

social events of the season. "The pamphelt about Crotalaria Chevrolet 1
Sells
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Louis A. Morgan was a business hn received. I thank you very much for f I
Mr. and Mrs.R.. L, Simpson enter- visitor in LaBelle last Monday. I et w? ;f' a it. While I am just a plain farmer, Million Cars In I
club
tained the Saturday Night bridge I try to
Ii everything new I can get that First Ten Months
last week at the Watanabe hotel.At. Mrs.. M. "N. Bigg Mrs. P. A. Poche :i ... might dd well here. We have Giant r
delightful I 1 .
the games folloying the and Mrs.M.. E. Kynett spent a day Beggarweed and that reseeds itself Detroit. Keeping i
with
Mrs.Simpson held high 1t pace the ..
dinner. In Fort Myers on a shopping tour. I and St. Lucie grass. Both came from :
score for women and Charles A. Jackson orida, We also have most insistent demand In its historythe .. !
Angleton I
high score for men. for the from It" : grass Chevrolet Motor company has delivered I
Don R Davis, supervisor I Texas. is tender for this elL !
Among the players were Mr.and. i and the Tampa more than one million cars J

Mrs. C. A.Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. j:|[: Morning Chicago Tribune Journal, and Jim 'Counsel l{ '. M'7.' 7" 2J1 ;y .: ?,:=, .. ;:, ': r-/ :."';.'. .:: Wt d. : \1,>,.\4),W, J I ......,.,.,. ... JI\
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Cecil I,
William .. .
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Beardsley, Mr. Mrs. of and Mrs.Tom. Smith. riJ f:1-: ::;; : (;:'"w }I-1 Y" .lWl1 I
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Owen, Mr. and Mrs.E.. C. Speerf |i i : ;' .. It.ilt .'I.0j.:} ;; Wiilt : : r i 1. I
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Mrs. Dick C. Miller nd.E.J.. Kerr I Bill Allen operator at the Sugar- < :dti:; ?i44:M\ ::1 fV?!I.. %m ?, \ I
F : iiifjlj' .a*k.fJ.iW$ f.ikit'; r.;.,iJff@l.:: ttV, ? .. m :%t- ;
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i land: drainage pump plant killed a >.w. < z '<:or. ::

H. E.Fridge. accompanied by the full grown wildcat last week 'near 1 1 ...y..i 953.. 1 ;3'dawv..a' iv/co,y vanws.tif.WN.r l'pv. , Margaret L.Shupe. and Madeline I __:
Misses his home at the pumping station. \ e I
Stanley motored to Fort Myers Sanders Morgan and George Heath, \ Selected by Charles Dana Gibson as the prettiest girl at Furman" I

Sunday afternoon. I!I I: were returning from fishing when j; University,'Greenville, S. C., Miss Elizabeth Anderson also was chosen ,

i they say the big cat and called to : i the most vivacious girl on the campus and won the prize for the best I We are ,proud of the fact that .have
of the In addition she is we I
Mrs. W. C.Hanson. arrived Sunday Bill Allen who hurried to the scene' essay year. president of a school literary ;
society and is of the football team'. +I
Donaldsonville, La.to. make: sponsor ,
from with his gun ] "
her home here. Mrs. Hanson is the I

wife of W. C. Hanson, superintendentof J. S.Parker. of Fort'' Myers was in f1ea.. what good does It do us for i' helped to make Clewiston a thriving city. '. --

the Clewiston plantations for the Clewiston on business Wednesday. the business of agriculture to make I II ;,
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/ Southern Sugar ,company.Mr. I RURAL COMMON SENSEBy t
We are pioneers in the Barber
H. E. Fridge and Mrs.Tom. Smith Johnson .1 I usi ness. '

and Mrs.P.. G. Bishop spent I I'I were business visitors in Moore Haven I Spuds HATSCleaned '. ..
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week end in West :
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I I old idea that "this is the way and Blocked I ,4;*; '-/: : ,: ; .
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Mr. and Mrs. I J. H. Sherwood of Fort Myers my grandfather and father farmed, Send by Mail to' I /"> "* -:>'C-f ">;':-... --.' :.. ,
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Lakeland v *
chie spent the week end at spent a day in Clewiston on business, ,S
'' A. GRAHAM
returning to Clewiston ,Sunday night I l and this 1 is the way I am going' to I
I I passing among fhe Hatman Ft. Myers Fla| To patronize our shop
Mr. and Mrs. E.L.. _Stewart were farm, is rapidly I .
R.y.. Patterson and M. W.Bigg. in LaBelle on 'business Wednesday.. (farmers of the United States Most
I spent Tuesday at Canal Point on of us realize that methods of farming
FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO.
business. Paul Deam was-a business visitorin as well as methods of conducting I' Engines and Pumps nCWFQTftfoPQ ?! i
have : PIONEER J BARBER
LaBelle Wednesday I other kinds of business, J ij SHOP \
I II changed and changed_ a lot in recent Light and Water Plants ;
J.L.. Morgan has accepted a posL I
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I At .a dancing party in the Watanabe years.If Cables and Ropes ., .. .
'. tion Inc.;, taking with the over Clewiston the duties Company of Bill Tuesday evening. were Mr. and we insist on hanging on to old Belting' and Rubber Goods .I ." .:,'', .';'.... ,./,. ##i;.. .i 0 .'.'S .1.. ". ,' .'..'t....... ,<:.. ,

Harris whose promotion to the accounting Mrs.L.. Holdsworth. Mr. and Mrs. I Hoists and Feed Grind:
department under W. D. G.B., Rackstraw, Roy Ackleberry, Mr. and Mrs.Leonard. O. Holds. MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. Clewiston :' : Florida \

Becker' was announced this week Miss Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs Pete'' worth of Chicago accompanied by I : :
of 911 First St. Fort Myers :
Downs and Roy Ackelberry .
I Wilson, Mr.and. Mrs. Claude Miss Baldwin I ## # ######### # # # #### .## ##.#. ##### # .
Jeffries, Harry Eat the same city arrived in Clewistonthis
Bill Hooker was in LaBelle Wednesday Miss Geraldine
attending a special meeting on, Mrs.E.. C. Speer, and Mr.and. week. They 1 are stopping at the I _- .;'

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vTt'anstnlssiV Starlin neighbors would stand for it, most nental United States, which\produces

vLI n I people would find it trying to depend less than 2% of the cane sugar it uses

..;vl.--'l'10 n I upon their own bees for sweetening each year, is weak, if not 'actually 1

;. :;Battet'Y I material. dangerous. "

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ers .c can buy pure, white, clean sugar at require, certainly we should grow
every grocery for a very few cents a
pound thatwe can economically
pound. But it was not always thus. every

Many of our grandmothers can remember produce.
The undersigned companies are
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get at any price, when they had to
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Bet committee by wealthy residents covers what it thinks is the real reason the vexatious levies taken as a mat.' ion, "Billy" Wallace, now a newspa.

II If: NEWS OF THE WEEK I II I of the millionaire .winter resort was for this unfriendliness as displayed ter of course elsewhere. The state per man in Toronto, the veteran recounted 1!
experiences
of his He
youth.
announced today by Mayor Barclay toward Florida during recent does not owe a dollar; it has no indebtedness
also spoke with 8enlo'r
the Devlin
.-. I Warburton. former Philadelphia years bonded or otherwise, andit ,
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} ROBBERS GET $5,000 publisher, who has been chief executive It believes that the real reason for has $4,000,000( cash in its treasury. to! be his father.
The father aid the new line or of Palm Beach since last opposition to Florida Is because The After these conversations the man
.t-:; Ta crackers obtainedmore spring. this state is on a cash basis and
pa.-Safe
the lad's mind. H3 said he was
unsettled thoroughly
convinced
than $1,000 In 'cash and diamonds study "Loans on very liberal terms will state has no Inheritance tax and no commits the crime against other of
from the. his identity.
of the Quick !sought death by leaping be made to those applicants who tax on incomes a condition which has states of attracting wealthy residentswho
In a robbery monument with his handsIn The victim in the said
historic case his first.
Service Tire Company's safe hero I can show they are in real need and attracted many very wealthy peopleto nevertheless object to being robbed .-
7'\ "' his pockets. Inkling of his true Identity since 1916
have been unable to obtain relief this state. I
..... some time last night "This Is not the first time that I I came after ho was picked up uncon
Gaining entrance to the tire com- from banks or 'other sources," Mayor The Wall Street Journal* Jn a re. Here is the true, basis of a.. scious
with'not too by police
have known of people Sunday nIght. Robbers -
:, by tearing away boards in the Warburton said. Joel, Massey, Palm cent editorial, says; misrepresentation which may well be
pany well balanced minds committing sui had beaten him badly and rob
partition between the tire company'sstore Beach attorney, has been named to "But there is a political reason called hysterical with, however, the
bed him
spiritualism, after giving him \
cide after taking an automobile -
up
{ and a wholesale automobile administer business matters In con. why Florida has many enemies to ex_ proviso! that there is method in such ride 1
from Denver
dealer's warehouse, the crooks .knocked I said Coroner Inglesby.He ., I nection with the committees work aggerate any disaster which happens madness"-Miami herald"DEAD" Springs. to Colorado
to return
ordered the jury al
off the combination dial from the committed I -- I to 'that peninsular state. Its, govern,
Smith
finding that Young
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safe, broke the lock and stole two REASON GIVEN FOR ment Is a standing rebuke to politicians MAN, RETURNS -
suicide while of unsound mind. \ Parents Doubtful '
diamond rings valued at $650 and Dealing with some of the unfriendly elsewhere. It Imposes no Pueblo, Col.Given. up as dead 12
Commenting tonight on the re Toronto, Out-Thq parents
". $350 and approximately $1SG in cash. marks of Coroner Inglesby)', Sir ,Arthur remarks in Northern papers conceinlng death taxes, thereby exposing the :years ago when he was repotted slainon and
In addition they tarried off the the'recent deplorable stormin dishonesty of the Federal death tax. sister of Lieut. Harry Devlin, of the I
I Conan Doyle, president of,, the I a French battle field a man believed
\ title certificates to several automobiles : Florida, the Wall Street Journal, Florida imposes no inco'm tax, no Seventy-fifth battalion, C. P. C.,
\ London Spiritual Alliance, said: I to be Harry Devlin, 33yearold -
and a number of deeds, checks, the a leading: financial publication, dis_ severance tax; practically none of J missing in action at Dickebusch Belgium -,
..' "I have travelled all over ) J I Canadian World war veteran, has, I ,
to._ notes, and records The jobbery was
" world, and have never met a more literally "come to life" here, follow I in 1916, today expressed doubt
discovered this morning by E J,
healthy bodied and healthy minded ,- ing a blow on his head dealt by rob_ that the man found Injured along the
I ,Rutihauser when he' opened tile ,, C" : :
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store. lot of people than spiritualists.. / hers last Sunday I roadside at Pueblo, colo., is their
w'
r Apparently a victim of amnesia, the son dud brother.Descriptions .

2,000,000 JOBLESS FRANCE THANKS U. S. \ 1 1'r Filtered : > II crippled man, who clais to be the wired from Pueblo of

Shanghai.-Victory has left on nationalist San Antonio, .ex.-France today .>.- son of S.L.. Devlin of Toronto, Can Toronto failed to tally :with the miss
thanked the American LegIon ada, had regained'part of his memory ing soldierjiewspaper
officially man of 191G.
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China's than
2,000,000 idle coolie doorstep soldiers more, the I for its "second A E.F.. ." pilgrimage 1 II'' t-: 'Iii 1 and :;:.. :, today He said he was wounded Further doubt as to the identity of

'. greatest unemployment problem ever I of last year. .': while serving with the British loyalflying ,the man developed when Miss Lou
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Four distinguished French veterans Purified corps. Devlin, sister of the missing man, '.
faced by an infant government. I ,,
Nationalist officials have detei mined I presented Edward E.- 'Spafford, re- L- ., I I Police were convinced his story talked over the telephone with the '

I tiring national commander of the was true. In a telephone. conversation man in Pueblo
to reduce the army to 500,000 men 1
for the present add concentrate on : Legion, with a plaque com me moraL I today with Devlin's boyhood compan_ I Please turn to page 6

seeing that this number Is trained 1! ing the Legion convention in Paris .

and properly equipped, The remainder 1! in 1927.The. ceremony, came a day I

6f the ragged military organization !' after the 1929 convention of the, Le- "

which conquered the country 1 gion had closed, but It was carried'i II .

from Canton to Peking must fnce the out at a meeting of the Behind the scenes of Ice man '. -,
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I ufacture, varied operations constantly
I ( ; unpleasant task of working for Us iliary. are in progress to safeguard
) : rice. Jean Dasbons, president of the I the health of our consumers

"; ," \ French society of escaped 'prisonersof
\ The Nanking govcinmen has an
used is filtered
All water thoroughly -
YOUR
nounced .1 program of compulsory war, made the presentation. and purified to insure safety, APPEARANCE

military training for all Chinese universities was accompanied by Jean Thebaud, while ,the beneficial mineral prop ,
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in order to assure! the future president of the association of the erties are retained.. .. .,

o army oi well disciplined' : I.fficers. founded of the war; Maurice Ran. You take no chances when you 'I i /. ,

General Chaing KaLschek out deaux, president of the Union feder. ,buy Ice backed by this emblem. /';. r :> ...
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Is taking me l lead in the I Henri Rossignol, president of the ..:;t' ;;':' : :.i-;,,53r: ; ;'i i .' ; ', .
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formation of a student army tiainnig Union nation ale de combautanta.The .- 'c": i;':, '

corps for China; HP believes this offers plaque represents a French FOOD 1;. >,\

an opportunity: for China to ob soldier gripping the"hand of a doughboy [SAVE (FLAVOR WITH ICE Ys J atromze '. '. ; '

with the word ,
tain an army worthy of the name, a Pourtoujours"forever MONEY, ,

.: body;) cf men of moi than average above them. The oppositeside ; .
pO1NE
intelligence, and a iv1'('.; v.hich will shows the Statue of Liberty A R : -
Tour
,I.: I euab1''? the nationalists]; to exert a dimly in the distance, American troop y Home .

: : : real military strength throughout ships in front of it and the shores of i, : ,
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I : ,'. their domains and evi' : \:uaIl)' be able France in the foreground. DEPARTMENT '.,',.....,.;.,/;..- .",,, -

i--, : ..'., ,. to reinforce their fore:;;,'. negotiations -- ', ,, Laundry
with military force If need be. SOCIETY HELPS REBUILD'Palm Q IPA .

1 I Beach.-Palm Beach society -

.' :', SPIRITUALIST IS SUICIDE will help the "little fellow" rebuildhis I "

',, f-: ," London, -The story of a: youth wo home, damaged or destroyed by : .) CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY
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N };I 0 '.p e'ra's Thames from the top of Cleopat \ \' Or' ,, I Clewiston Florida. .

r. Needle, was told in a coroner's J !1e" .. .1... -.

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the Circuit Court of the Twelfth "v >

Judioiai Circuit of the State of Cleanliness I '
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Florida in and for the County of o dli.ness
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.,1' 1t Hugh Hendry.: McLeod In ,Chancery.VS Complainant, 1 ,',, ', ,<'.' n:. >;;;',. :: ...:! :;; ?;:' ,;'. ,- ,, : I I .""


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his wife, W. H. Reynolds and An- .
na P. Reynolds, his wife, Raymond j ; that is being used in the construction of the new

Reilly and Mary Reilly, his wife, I| "

and Cecil T. Hyde and Mary Hyde, I j ,.,. I.
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Order Of Publication. !, .. :: "
KETTL TEAROOM :
I "I' '; It appearing from the affidavit ; :: .. :
: filed 'in the above that the :, Holloween
: 'J' cause | / / \ Supper

", ',{ residence of the defendants Thomas i I' f I

: .',O'Brian Thelma O'Brian his wife, ': ,j ':7" ,
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wife.Cecil T. Hyde and Mary Hyde,1 i' '

,his wife are unknown, that the deren.t This is the type of homes that we are constructing in a Shieks, Pirate, Ballet Dancers, Tramps. :

,, .dents W.II Reynolds and Anna P. Reynolds ,'. 'Clewiston and will withstand any hurricane, that might' and Mandarins : '

his wife, are non-residents of '
the Stale of Florida, and that the'' pass through Clewiston. 0 ,, '" '
will be found .
the Watanabe
place of residence and post office'! ," c i at Hotel
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address of the said W. H. Reynolds .. 'j. ," 1 r;'<' ..: ..
and Anna P. Reynolds, his wife, as S'f 1

particularly as' the same Is known to ( Our material is the best coupled with the most skilled .? Thursday Evening, ,October, 25 '.
the affiant is General Delivery, Vii-;, .r. t"

lisca, Iowa; that there is no person I j labor that we can find. The 'work from. .'',the foundation ,
,in the State of Florida upon 'whom! When a Halloween Supper Will be ,GivenThe
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the service of a subpoena would bind same. ', .
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any of said defendants; and that the !' .' } ; '\ '.' ..' '. .' Veteran's Dance at the Inn will be held
said defendants are each of them '! .

over the age of twenty-one years; I ', ;";" .V.. :}.','1 _.....'. ... ., .

it is therefore ordered that said defendants -' For better built homes see us. immediately after supper.

I each and all of them, be : ,
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I 'and they are hereby required to appear |

to the Bill of Complaint filedin i All Veterans are invited to bring their wives
said cause on or 1)8foreIonda}',I : ; ,

otherwise the 5th day the of allegations November,of A.said D. 192S Bill, : G. B. HEARD ,' and sweethearts to this party.

of Complaint will be taken as con-I ", .,
fessed: by said defendants. '

It Is further ordered that this order ',! \ Wear Your Masks. .

be published once a week for I / "" .. ':', Formerly Gordon and Heard. : I
four consecutive .
weeks in the Clew .
.
iston News, a weekly newspaper: of) !' 'J., '
general circulation In said County i II \. ,
I and State. J .' Designers and Builders .\ i ROAST PIG CREAM CHICKEN
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ordered in LaBelle Flor- ,
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WILLIAM T. HULL I IIf' .

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::; State J of Florida) for Complainant., -, '. "" Clewiston 1 : '.' ': ,v', '. '. : : Six until Eight-50 cents.

County of Hendry) I /, :, I' :') '. :' ,

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and foregoing Is a true copy of the : ,' '
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original Order of Publication ,
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% The Clewis ton News

Successor to The Clewiston Progress An Accidental Accomplice
I V CABBAGES AND KINGS

Entered as second.class matter February S, 1928, at tho post office
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at Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1870. BY WILLIAM

Copyright 1928, Doubeclay Doran & then out into a spacious }ear yard .
LOUIS A. MORGAN Publisher. Company where under the shade of several I They complained ot poor detours on the trip down, There's a sure way 0

great trees tables covered with the
to get around that. Build and stay!
WHAT HAS GONE ON BEFOI1k.WHAT ;. .
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TOM SMITH . . . . . Editor. ..... snowiest of linen[ were set. ;"_
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"How delightful! cried Carol as .' ;
Subscription Rates HAS GONE ON BEF01'tE.Carol they were seated. We were asked last week .whether an outsider could put in a _remarkin s:
Dare, New York society girl '

By; mail outside of Florida By mail InFlorida engaged to Beverly Weeks, scion 01 ."The place is .run' by three'sisters. this column about the editor. Sure. send It In,' but you know we couldn't_ .
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$2.00 from Brittany, Mason explained. ) .
$2.50 One
One year
:year family consults an orienta.
a wealthy put into cold print what you've been thinking ,
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 I "They conduct a pension, renting the .
will be
I to learn whether she happy '. '- !
Three months 1.25 Three' months ,. '.75 I and is told to wait: She later meets I rooms upstairs and serving: meals. ,\ ; "
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You generally find an Interesting

NEWS' PLATFORM !( Alan Mason who proves to be a rea crowd here, painters, poets, writers, Ten new houses are going up to relieve ,the house. shortage condition, '
fnend when her father is arrestedon ,
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1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation I magazine men, and people of that I I between
a embezzlement charge, the resin but there's whale. of a difference relief and solution
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and Sort.
of a plot by Prosper Strong a business .
concentration or'products. With interest Carol watched the ... I
rival. In prison her father i ii>
3. substantial. downward, revision of freight rates on vegetables! and poisoned, Carol taking the advice of tables as they quickly filled up, and Choice of words reminds us of the yard of the college professor! who

other products of this region to the northern markets presently three sisters began servingthe
( an escaped convict whom she befriended always insisted on the use of the right word. You've heard it? Well
dinner, excellent repeti. .
4. The fbil functioning of a cooperative marketing' association, for engages as her counsel Benny an soup, an en- I m ?

both buying and selling purposes. Bergman, a rising criminal lawyerIn tree, some wonderfully cooked chick I tion lends emphasis. In a moment of inadvertence he was kissing the maid ":' .
en, a salad with a delicious dressing, I I
addition to handling her. case,
\ ., and cheese and fruit and coffee, to in the kitchen when his wife appeared on the steno. "John," she cried,
'FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1928 Bergman also suggests that she enter I!
wind with after French '
I up the cus '
the movies as a means of support, I'm surprised." No, my. dear,,". said the professor,' '"you're astonished and
ton. j I I ,
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since her father was left penniless I'm surprised." :.

___.___u_ _______. ___._n' HOUSES AND HOTELSWith I II when arrested. "It Is really an excellent dinner 1 s* .
they serve here," said Carol as they !
After considerable though she
the completion of the new sugar mill drawing' near and the cane I lingered over their coffee. j i
take and '
to Bergman's advice
agrees
I "Any business that Is run by its That, we'll, probably hear, is what started the hyena laughing on the Ark.
to consult a movie magnate. (i
harvest approaching Clewiston is entering upon the brightest season in its agrees owners is always well ," said Ma.1
II Now Go On With The Story run : Passengers on the Graf Zepplin were faced with a diet of champagne

history although the prosperity will bring out even 'more forcibly the prob- son sagely. "The owner takes pride ,: I
in giving good service. We v used to'

lem of our house shortage. Mason, however_ never had said aword have many good hotels hen in New and cavair. Pack our seventeen trunks, we leave for Germany on the next

Immediate relief of love to ]her.He. was ever York in days wehn they were owned zepplin. l r -
While steps have been taken for the solution if the .
helpful, obliging, a good friendthatwas by individuals. Now' nearly all the

|problem still remains with us and instead of diminishing will increase In all-yet his very constancy hotels are owned by companies. They (

,. seemed to Carol evidence that he are ,run no longer for the comfort and This week's best came trom O. O. McIntyre which told of the Scotch_ r '

proportion to the steadily: increasing prosperity. Clewiston develops. was interested in her. The more .Carol convenience of their guests.Hotel. I -._
man ,who before embarking swallowed a nickel prevent Mal de tier.
What Clewiston property owners apparently fail to realize is that this saw of hint the more puzzled she guests really are run to provide 'div- I ,
id ends I for the company. Every pos- | i ,
became in her own mind about him.
is no longer merely a well 'laid out town with bright prospects for the future sible' way is devised for extracting'!, 1
had he referred I
Although but once
: money from them." These new electric ice making machines will do anything from making ,,'
It is no longer a small town where a few winter: visitors will drop in to his family: in any way, she was 'I
"I suppose that's true, though I
confident that' there was some sort salad to ice'c ea'm.T. e only thing the inventors haven't perfected is howto
to see the Inhabitants calmly following their various pursuits must confess that I know very littleof I .
of mystery about him or his parent .
hotels" make a dollar bill freeze to your pocket. ,
Clewlstoll, .almost over night,'has been transformed from a small town age-something sinister, perhaps She ,._
"It's true of all big modern business
practically had told him ever'thingabout I ,
:with bright prospects into a thriving booming industrial community where hers there was to tell, and it ," Mason continued,' warming up

to one of his pet subjects. "Practi- Twelve thousand acres to be planted to sugar cane. That's sweet news.
'I':houses are needed for workers a town from which, thousands of tons of annoyed her to think that he had not

responded with any details about cally every big business is in the, I i. ..

raw sugar. will roll to northern markets\ a town where, not excepting the himself.She. did not even know hands of absentee owners-stock:-

where he lived. Apparently he had holders they are called. The men\ In' Fort Myers political circles all is once again peaceful-too! peacefulin 1
boom days. opportunity was never more golden. who run the business o
I are simply ,
\ little money to spend, for although I hired fact, there's probably another recall petition going the rounds.
;J Sere: development to stop with this first 1,500 ton unit of the .v f r.- he occasionally brought her flowers.. managers. They hold their I

or candy, his gifts were far from places by providing bigstock divi.dencls. /
mill, we would still have a lively prospering town, but according to B. G. extravagant. The owners have no direct I

I interest in the customers, the A new hint says that women may now put finger waves in their hair
Dahlberg, president of the Southern Sugar company the developmel\t\ far She was surprised one evening to so I
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have him say; customers get the worst of it. by dipping a comb in the white of an egg and set the wave after thoroughly
i: from being halted is to go forward at an even faster pace. "But," said the gill, "I don't see ,. l: s..!

"You must be getting tired of it I what we can do about it." II dampening the hair with this solution. How much more. thrilling! to toss a

An authority on sugar cane said a few days ago that people in other here. I wonder if you would not'go { It was enough of an invitation for : '. ,-- ..-. ".'" .
couple of into an electric fan and wait for ,results.
to dinner with me Thursday eve- I eggs
sugar producing countries flatly refuse, to believe yield and sucrose figures I Mason. He launched at once into an
ning?" > ; explanation of his
theory. In his j --
which this person knew to be absolute fact. "I'd be delighted she had said, belief, he explained, the problem'!I Zepplin Carries 60 Souls; 20 of Them Passengers, One an English. Worn_
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"If what :you say could possibly, be true," he was told,. "you would f' have for the monotony of boarding house would be solved by making 'all. buss ;an-Leesburg Commercial. .headline. -
& t fare was beginning to pall; ness cooperative V j l V V < t S r

a veritable gold mine in the Everglades." ;: "I am going to take you to an In- ,r b.
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teiestmg place/' lie nau said, "out I Idon't -"
This Is the background which is directly responsible for the Dahlberg : SJSJoUcHD'fiiUcUi' fi nfniGJGTfnlfn7 G7fhnnn w .
clicks-or rather, dress plain-j[ Jr LiLi LfC.il N LhC1 LLL Cf't 0 N i C iPC L1[ .mmr ..
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interests becoming active here and bringing in hundreds ,and planning to ly.' I [ '' ', :


bring .in thousands I of employees' .' "...-t She to had come waited, wondering eagerly to for what Thursday sort- i. "'\ '4:' / : .:. .;,." \Y. .).. ; ;';'" :: .'.Y t.:::',1 :: : :>1 .i ;n ;:L>>,.- (;::....L::;'r!. :. ..., j .,.: :" 1 .


Surely} with .the exception of some of'the. officials, these employees can of a place he would take her. Al-. \ ..t'. .:'. ,I. .; .. ..::0-\:' '. ;" 'i\.hl--.f!;::.. ."..J7:. .; I! ." ... .. '''' '-1 \:' .) ji4
\ though she had been born and I had > :" ,;-: :" :.' "; VV' '.'-" .
{
not afford to build their own homes But they afford to ; : .t; : ;,
certainly can buy ; ;
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I ., ,' lived ill.the city, : all her life her ex r" '. : {, : :; i: ; : f ; ; : .J"

them on fairly reasonable terms, and would gladly become home owners ps:nence with the restaurants was : .. .,' ,'H,, .''.. ...' '
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She had been to several din j _' '. ', .; 'I", .
\ limited. .I" -
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but for the' fact that there are now available homes to own. at the,. Ritz and the Biltmoreand ; C 1. :f 'm' a" t' r' : : I'
ncrs :

Income. property: was the cry which a' few years ago in Florida brought at places like Sherrys'./ and .Mar. ([ ,; :: : ; ,; :. :I ;, ,.. /<. !: r'i:1: ; : : :? ir: \ i:
c.
,. I' gery, but always it had been in a ( j. ,, _, .,"._ ,..,l. ., I" ..',
replies fiom potential investors. It had a pleasing ring to it and a: salesman 1 : ; .
family party where every one had I ; .':.J': .' : ;.. : ::{: > :. >; i :;; :/;/ :: : : :: :::; :, I
could ( .
their clothes.
paint a glowing and truthful picture of the joy of making .the i initial worn prettiest. [ ""

investment and letting the property* take care of itself Where else wds there, she wonder I : .'

cd, .to dine?.. She often had noticed i[i ... Qf' r I Il.

Today in Clewiston the doors of opportunity are wide open for investors j lunch: places with their long rows of { | '. :. { : Climate, the backbone Florida, is responsible for ;;.


;would build income property. There can be no more conclusive, proofof bare in tables the window and the making whitecappedmen cakes and [ ,: L'; .:Cfewiston's:! being potentially America's New Sugar Bowl..' I

this than the Hopkins building investment where the entire first unit had wondered what it would be like .?] : ':::; ; : and the winter vegetable\ garden of the United States.r ; .

eating in them. She had observed, I ij .

was rented before work. was completed. '. and then the. Identical. thing. repeated too, curiosuly decorated Chinese res. I I <:;:l1;};; :. :.> ... .: .. ,< .,;: QI'

on the second...... unit. And the'ie is still a long waiting list! So much for the taurants advertised by great "chop [l "
; '
houses and ,apartments( '. suey" signs In electric, letters tit I'? ''[: :.:{ : Climate i too, makes it possible to sit in 'the cool Celotex-: .'::
/. ,: I From the chatter of the girls
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Inn and ..
What. of hotels? There ,will not boa dozen rooms 'available/-for: ,tr. .nsL. the studio she knew there were places I lined lobby ot helewIston gaze out over a
.
'- .. : along Broadway with "cabarets" I of sundrenched lawn with Lake Okeecho-
/ peaceful
ent guests i in Clewistou's three. hotels this 'inter'! :.: : ::t. where every one danced after dinner. I ..1"i/ >: :; .: bee forming scene a delightful background. ; ; I

'. She never before had dined out uu- [!J, ; .c' ,
There is no' need for The
enlarging. story tells itself. --: < \\ '
:. .. :. chaperoned, either, and she was won; (..:.:

For its needs this winter, regardless of further development by tLe dering to what sort of.( a place Mason g :._: :' ,', J ". .; .'._. '' I." .: ... ":.".'::.:,_..11.::..,:'. ,"-. .I... ."-:'.," (.. ,. :

Dahlberg Sugar Cane Industries, Clewisaon.? needs at least 75' houses and would take her I ',. .>':;>; :: ,:,. :":> ....: .. ::. ... : : i : ';: ;{ ; ':' ti :%" : .

Yet Mason, still ignorant that Carol '.. ..-.:,/'-.). ..: ,..MakeYouI Reservations Now.The ::.;'" ., .,.:':' ,. .... ,... .
.
one 50 to 75 room commercial hotel : "' the films had a .
was working in : '<
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And yet some J.pessimists yearn for the .old' days in Florida!' distinct object in planning .the dinner I. \ td! ';; : ; )} / : ]
; ..... In carol's immediate' future as C! f.g f./ ; ,

,," he read it was -ork-a job-and the fi .' ,' ..,. ,.. '.

.'. :. easiest way to teach her the dignityof :, ..._ : ..:.; ; .,: ;. ;: .. ': Cl.ewistori inn '...... '.: ... ::.:,." .1

A returned traveler there in'Beinaies' work, he figured, was to introduce '.. ': ..' .. ., .' :
reports .that Is' a Hindu ascetic .,' ;,, '. ..: .;Ji.\;, ,..:. _..,. ,"". : .'. ;. : ;:"\,' '.. @
'* her toJ other girls who earned their I!:i' :I. '' } ( : > : ". \: .: .>' :: .'.:,,1,... '.\ .;-:.,., @! ... ,
who has kept his. hands in the air for twenty years. That. ought, to give own living. The simplest method of I g ;"':?'.f.'.; ,' \::.' .. .> .. ;" ..':\ M. E. KYNETTj: r..;. ." ".. .,

Chicagoans a. now incentive--New York Evening Post. ..' V V bringing this about would be in some l .' : ::::: / : >::.::.:..: ,' ,': :. ) ; : /? r. ,,:' ;:';..' .' '.'._ :. t
: : :.
restaurant where they ,were wont to E : \ :: : .: '. .
.. ,. ... E]. .'.'," 't.; ',;:': :;,'S. .,. ..: :.". ... \ .,.. .. Clewiston, FloridaI \-\.j.' .: _

.' gather."Let's. [I!,! - .
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walk, he suggested, when E _, I f-' ..', ,J I. ." '" ;.f ,....; "/_ ) ,
Nell bet our old friend Gen. Smedley D. Butler smiled in his sardonic he called for her. "!t's' such a fine :' .



way, when absolutely he saw within in. the 24 paper I hours.about-Ohio that State official Journal order to. clean up Philadelphia evening.Walking"Fine,"" cried directly Carol, 'arcoss town' to apart I(G G G G!;I I .:. .t;}./ ::.:: ;\ :' :, :,::;;;:;', ::'.. <. ,:, < r:: : .;:: :: "" ::; (i 1.,: :>.: ., .1 '


of the city with which Carol _

unfamiliar, they went under '
was wholly

: A new airplane tested in Berlin is said to make vertical ascents and the Sixth Avenue elevated throu ; I IJ

.' t one of the side streets, passing shops @ ; '

descents, .and also to remain suspended in midair. Ultimately there will. be with ;strange wares some French, 5 /;/ The Center Of'Americans eilIgar J3wl. : ;.

evolved some Greek, some Italian coming at J '.\ . ,':
a perfeca pedestrian able to do this too.Punch. ,, : \ ; .. ,
.< ". i last to a block of old-fashioned) three @ '; ..<:.r. Clewiston, Fla. ". ,i.. ,\ :'..."-\:..;;.::."" .:* "" Open All Summer @
brick houses each with its iron .
I ; story [ .
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H :;.!..;. '.,'. .
P
I. H B ,.1 'I' fence and small grass plot before it. 0 S '

Mr. and :Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth of Chicago back in Clewiston again to Ten or twelve doors from the corner (@]J fl:4'e'.-' ,
Mason turned and led the to the tl, .
way [ With the. exception of a few eating places in Louisiana the 'Clewiston Inn is V"V '
spend some, time here. Clewiston enjoyed their delightful company;: for six Iron grille at the basement door and g V2A ";
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rang a bell the only hotel in the South which serves French Dri3] Coffee We also, V serve V J :: V '
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weeks last year, and now this year there rumors of a Florida home Excel, .\
I A pleasant faced Frenchwoman Maxwell House American Coffee. .: ,. ,( z7''."
lent idea! Chicago has grown enough and it's more delightful in Clewiston alt\ c,- ves up rolled, greeted him I

, .. t.,;,'Iii&' -''1.;:.' and admitted them, conduct I I -
anyway. t' a ,' far them th'ough a dining room and &)IUaiHtfltafcifiiiJSJgjg ,
6v l ffir! fe Pe1 u= I 'ePet! Ia.J ..' Pfut ''i1 feJife f ig.ri liSIDrr! WjiJ IIe PtPe1Jc PcPelt ltr'r (

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19!), 192S CLEW1STON NEWS, CLEf VIS Toi.; FLORIDA ,.ages '

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1' Further information about a bottom I ARMY AND NAVY He will work in the South Bay territory 1 1 board but .only for myself as one i Rider's Chances
VALUABLE DATA I
Miss be
and will transferred
[ Shupe
1 current in the trough between l member of the trustees, I beg to advise
I STORE TO OPEN to another section, the exact' that the sentiment Considered ,Good \
Greenland and Labrado was compiled you express
; '::7 COMPILED AFTER Commander Smith and refutes I Plans for opening a Clewiston store location of which has not yet been i had already occured to mex prior to s I
by 'I I'
,
determined. receipt of I (Continued from page 1))
of the West Coast Army and Navy 'II your telegram and that
J; LENGTHY SURVEY other findings as to the origin of tile stores was announced here this week I|,: Cnllagree that what you suggest I On May .14, 1925, he was admitted \Ito
H :
eddy. by Herman Perlman, president who Red Cross Sets : i ithat each individual interested take practice law in the state .of Flor. I

The current Is bitterly cold witha has rented the' store adjoining the Closing Date should be carried out. My suggestionthe ida. For the past year he has servedas i

;srr J; U. S. Boat Returns From temperature( of 2.G degrees Centi. I Clewiston Furniture and Departmentstore. .j matter up with the trustees or County Attorney and Attorney for t.

rj grade, and Commander Smith says He-is having fixtures installed AVith Mr. Mayo commissioner of ag- the County School Board
(Continued from 1))
j page
: Study of Icebergs I riculture, who administers the land
and will formal opening
"i announce a
% it probably South
show
," his observations Bay, as only about 50 acres
date department and that in taking same
't' later.
:, \i In Arctic creeps up from the Anarctlc. Other The company has two stores in were out of water. About 50 men up, that each Individual indicate In DR. P. H., JONES, Dentist

.f". scientists though It was produced on were working In that treritory cleanIng .
his petition for relef,
just what ho
and other branches in St.
.. Washington.-Many' of the great Tampa their homes, repairing 0; assisting Moore Haven, Fla. ,
,"," the surface or by ice melting. and wants the board to do about his case.
Petersburg
", :" Icebergs that glide like destructive Sarasota : in the town cleanup. The Red
,'";;*'lr.,\ into the North Atlantic Strange Current "We selected Clewiston for a store Cross has issued "You will understand that there
ship.
ghosts to some farmers I will be In my office in Moore
*" : The of the current location." said Mr. Perlman, "be are legal obstacles in connectionwith ,
: ping lanes "hibernate' during the significance seed rations, tents cots and blan \
? It, ." of the here. It takes I the constitutional) provisions re. Haven the following dales
activity on
cause :
, -I '-' colder months on the desolte Labra. however, has not been definitely es. kets, as their land was clear of water.
: t lating to the state school fun.d which
i'',," ., dor. coast near Cape Harrison. '. tablished.. is possible that the information little foresight to see that this will At Belle Glade dikes were under Sept.3.45.6.7.8.25t
'..', '(" be a thriving industrial community, may: have to be overcome, but I \
That was one of the Important lIar'io'screw repair, and pumping was expected to .
'{' :' obtained by the and in view of I trust these difficulties can be 26.27.28.29.Oct.151617181920.
j our large buying
;_ findings of a three months expedi i pow. be started Tuesday. The expectationis .
' I boat may: provide'scientists with II"er we can be or real; service to the i that land and overcome.
tion by the Coast Guard patrol some can be cleared for
'
:,:",.. Marion, into the far north. The Marion greater weapons to fight the menace. I residents of this setcion." II, planting within two weeks. AS:1t

is back and Lieutenant Commander of the bergs. I A full line of army and navy goods I South Bay, a few farmers whose landis

Edward H. Smith, her skipper, The expedition found also that the will be carried. Announcement of the clear have been aided with tents. I I -

.<)" has summarized, the results of the I Greenland formal opening will be carried later cots, blankets and seed. -About 100
are
,f 'r' cruise. costal shelves of In The Clewiston News. men are staying at Belle Glade, and '
much narrower than shown on preseiVCday z tf C@ t3I ll \
:
: Beach
; 75
., Chart Courses Labrador -- -- I Ii I come out from West Palm S JZ cGl
Charting the course of bergs after '; maps, while the $4,200 Spent I dIly, to assist in clearing up the ,

they detach themselves from the parent shelf was revealed to be wider. ''round, making repairs, etc. 5

Ice In Greenland, so that their Three headlands sighted by the By Red Cross Refugee centers in the white and : :;j. rJfz1ld I IF'

movements may be traced better and Marion north of 60, degrees latitude At ClewistonContinued colored schools in Pahokee and Ca. : '> :.

shipping warned, was one of the in locationof I nal Point have been closed and individual ."' "
discrepencies
tasks of the expedition, which 'made indicated the Baffin Land coast line on the ( from page 1)) families are being rationed, ::., :/::{; : < : ";,

the first of next week. when the local office j about 500 families"being on this ba ',' "' //loJ ':'
complete occanographic sur. maps by as much as 20 miles ,in t I I :: t \ /anJ ,5' ._.
of the vast sparsely explored of the Red Cross will be closed. sis. The Red Cross is supplying cots ,
vey : "
some cases. : \ ,}, r.Cgli r.
water area between the North American I The expedition cruised 3100 miles The local. committee will still continue and blankets as needed. The Red ,:" ':',,'ci:. \' ..,.

Greenland. Cross personnel in this section still "
continent and covering with its oceanographic survey to function however'.
The big bergs slip out into the \ receive numerous inquiries for missIng ; llcJ'
I I a 450'000 square mile ,area. Headquarters at 1loore'Haven have ; I II
,' ..a'water from Greenland, sometimes / "persons, from outside sources. j ZC j 1 tfttl r7eJtl GCG 1
been closed after the Red Cross foLlowing
: / Mr. Schafer to make .
with ,the regularity of street cars expects a personal

1'? passing a given corner, and glide To bear out their contentions, the their investigations made 22 survey of outlying sections of t@Ifcc
II awards there, and the office at, Fort t
across to the Labrador coast, ,says railroads placed in the records an the storm area again the latter partof i I

-the Marlon's report affidavit of John' A. Rush. employed Pierce has also been closed. the week. At the area directors' .qJ"imc PIM'onc Q t
ejerl'iece
They are gently shelved there by''I by the carriers to examine the public The difference between emergency meeting he emphasized the necessityof S.2.... t : & r

the cold currents.. Warm waters. of records of Orange county. The work and rehalilitation work was ex. I keeping the relief task moving at '

spring detach them and they slip I affidavit' declared that in 1926 mort plained by Mr.Barnes. 'who said that a steady pace toward completion. flioJ'/ r tlJJ'J. f7/JJLfrlrt t
during the period when
I emergency
out to menace shipping in, thc'north. gages and notes were recorded rep- WU.
needs of the sufferers
are greater, no I.I
i. em lanes. resenting an aggregate of over $600'0,000" ,- I. I. Board May I
investigations are made, the thought .
Ground On Coast
exclusive of purchase money
being to make a mistake, by giving, 'Help FarmersIn 1'1!
Where the icebergs lodged after mortgages: and notes, and that the I .I ,
too much rather than of the sufferers .... ...,,
'leaving Greenland and before they tax recirds of Orange county show I one Glades Area :;:' l!' {; f4: '1."" ';; 'ra1-f.: ");;\:;:- .1' '':{I1'i m i j
I
got out Into the north Atlantic, was ed that the value ,of the personal go without food or sufficient I:I f

o! a question scientists never had solved property assessed for taxation was clothing. With the emergency period (Continued from page 1))

Commissioner Smith counted 200 jnly $3,851,180, and none of- the 'mortgages over scribed, expendiutre to the organization of the funds by sub-the adjustment of any balances now due AUTOMOBILE REP AIRiNG 1 1I 1i

of the icy mountains stranded on the and notes was found on the
Labrador coastSTATE roll. public, is done with system, each the state on purchase money mortgages i ii

case being thoroughly investigatedby and land purchase contracts by i
The complainants also introduced
a trained case worker before the farmers actually living on and cul-

> ,; affidavits from the tax assessors of report is submitted to the commit tivating the land in order that their old ;
t *'
,: TAXATION the various counties showing the basis I I tee. Investment may be brought in line Let us save you money on repairing your i r
of
asement. These reports are then turned over with present ,day values enabling Labor skilled ;
,f) ci Our work is guaranteed
our
: The railroad, explained that muchof car. i
IS PROTESTED to the Rehabilitation committee com- them to arrange through proper se.
their Information
obtained
/ i from the county tax officials was posed of local citizens and after each ciirities' necessary financing for re workmen and our prices are based on the.lo'v

throughthe case has been heard either the habilitation" :
RAILR.OADS use of I
.r, ". .. agents presenting themselves awards are made or the request is The attorney general replied est possible working conditions. .
.
Q : '... .! as advertising men who were rejected. ""While I am only one, member of th< ;
:
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; :- seeking data for advertising I J
purposes. Mr. Barnes and :Miss Shupe will trustees of the Internal Improvementfund '' t ; ,

-, Tallahassee Startling disclosures finish their work here next week. and' cannot speak for the Machine shop, acetelyn welding all kinds of j "

regarding the system of taxation ,in --- .
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Florida are made in numerous affidavits automobile work. '
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and exhibits filed In circuit I r J
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court here in connection with the ,

\ suit of the railroads of the state to / -- .: .,

restrain the collection (>" ; ., ;" :: '4J', : .. "
of faxes '
on < : .

t their sis. 'properties on a 50 per cent ba x: : :<' :0Pp.r fat q1.Z' :, : .i :/ I : MOORE HAVEN SALES C0 ,''i i ,


The complainants, representing !..
,
: .
virtually allof the carriers of Florida .: '- I FORD LINCOLN FORDSON

allege that their properties over : : 5'J'S' .. ,, > : .-:
n'i1" '; ;: : =
4" 'iT ::;:.ry2.F.Ll.o X&KX r] : ::S L"M/' '"
: 'i the state are being taxed A / / #
upon a I '
N"' "
.i l/: 50 per cent valuation, while in other V" lf '

,:,' Instances the basis is 20 per cent, 9

and less, and often ;.
\ no taxation? at "'c I
.
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all.
V ,
I TIle railroads allege that there is

T a "well understood and intentionally .,, .,,. _(.i7 .,' .t Lae. ..Y .

\,'' operated system and practice" among EFFICIENCY \ :

;, ; tho tax authorities of Florida treat '

:. ,' taxable personal property, "other ,kr.'J. .

;;: '""O\ v than that fixed by the Railway Assessing ,- '"? i :; :

'.=\.,:'l\,;\, Board," as of "negligible value I }:':<,'-Our steadily l growing volume of business i in Clewiston ",:. '

j. .Yr;; for taxation- purposes." No attempt .>>;, .. .
",>,,-" :: is made to :convinces '- ,',:,.".' ( ,
assess it at its actual us, that the ,people of this thriving'communityappreciate :' >-
,
': value, 0'1' I"i "
,;.r:.1 __% assess it at all upon .. i
,: ': N 'r' the tax rolls of \' \, \, '
the
," respective :
counties our service, and wor k. ,'/ ': J
: J.
,;>'. ", unless it was returned for as. ;. ,
.,, ," We to do building at the
equipped
are your
sessment, the '
railroads ".
charge Clewiston is valuable
r -0 today a asset, to the State ofFlorida. .

The ratio generality existing in the lowest consistent with the" best constru
prices
,
: 't (' state during, 1927 between the actual .. : '-f : S .\ % 5' 5, 5 r .
and fair
value of personal propertyand V Action.: "" . ,. :
the assessed value, "even when II :

t assessed at all," is not exceeding 20 .S

per cent of such actual fair, or full I We appreciate the work of the B. G. Dahlberg'organi-- I ;:

cash value, the complaint adds. Less I:

than 15 per cent of the I :zation and congratulate him in Florida. "
taxable per. on sugar industry ery, and our services cover, all: branches of _
S sonal property in the'state, exclusiveof .: .-
that owned : 1:: :. I : . ;
by parties required ,: '
bylaw i \ construction.
to make a return to the state is ;, : !:{,', ij,0: : .0/. :" ,'::,. ., ,:,-:/ ;<:; ': :'. I -, \ ,

assessed on the rolls of the respec. ,,4 ii 1


tive property counties aggregating It alleges"many Personal millions :: ii[ -J: .. \ < d! :'; ;Zi ,4 J -% ,

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of dollars." subject to taxation in ; : !, ;: : ,: : : 'J '

the various counties and sub divi. e : : :/i '.. : ,

<.;, ':,;: sions Is omitted from the 1927 tax .
2
:' ". : rolls, the complaint .," '

,, ,":,. .,:t:/':, the During actual 1927 fair,, the or full railroads alleges.cash value charge of, 'i : :. :Y ':' 7;};': ;fy: ;; :J':?: :\ ;; :V: :., ;: ::t:'>. ', ':

,: .. live block In Florida on January 1, ,.
subject to taxation was in 'excess of ,
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f. $150,000,000, and the valeu on the tax I I
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to plant the winter blooming Spen. CUBA PROSPEROUS er lacteal products. --4 i
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cers. The seed should be planted The creamery business is shown i
Havana.-Cuba stands today on the in governmental reports to be boom. I I
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FOR PLANTINGFLOWER threshold of new Industrial prosper- ing. American owned concerns aro STORMS--GOOD--BUILDINGS I
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ity and vigours development of her making extensions in the butter and
rotted The support of strong ,
manure. natural resources. cheese business, while several Euro- J {) J
GARDENTo and bot-
cotton twine fastened at top '
The movement has been gaining pcan concerns arc opening plants in I
tom to horizontal wires nailed to ; : f The tenants in the Hopkins Block Pearson 11
momentum for two years and great the interior of the island. I ,
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is better than poultry wire, although I'.1
posts strides have already been made in I Various small meat packing plants | Built, were not inconvenienced by the storm. It
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help make: Florida more turly the ,direction of establishing new in have been started under the : I.
Any of these flowers may be planted i I I Absolutely no loss was sustainied.Newunit ;
a land of "Sunshine and flowers," dustries. Reports prepared by the !!I ton? of .United States concerns.dlrec.1 .
later, and by making a successionof ;
MaJ. W. L. Floyd of the colleg of agriculture Cuban government show the attain. Cuban packing house plans branch I

'calls attention to five attractive bloom plantings may be a secured continuous ovea-supply: long of merit of new high records in the plants throughout. the island. I ITO ready for occupany by Oct.. 24th. .. ,i

annual flowers that mnbe number of permits for establishingfood II '. !
period, says Professor Floyd. .
planted in October. prodpct industries and canner .' '. I :
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Calendula (Scotch Marigold) will TEST SANITY \ .
take 10 days to sprout and about 000,000 has been invested l in new en'' 4 I \ : ,

three and a half months to bloom. Deer ,Hunters Bag terprises. Kansas Cit,-Jerome K. Walsh, attorney .,: .. '

The colors are orange, lemon, and 160 In One Month Fifty food products establishments for William Edward Hickmant .. C. Speer I r rI

yellow with orange stripes. Calendula have mushroomed into existence dur. under sentence of death for the mar / I.

is to and ing the .
as easy grow as cabbage last year giving employment I der of Marian Parker In Los Angeles,
equally; as hardy. Seed may be Tallaha&see.total of 160 deer to thousands and providing the island i iI I .
said he planned to request Gov! C. i Licensed Real Estate Broker !
sown in rows where plants are to was killed in Florida during the with food stuffs formerly j '.
bloom or started in boxes or beds month of August if all hunters 1 Idling brought here at high cost from tho C.Young of California to appoint a ,

and. transplanted. The flowers are them sent in their leer tags"to United States and Europe. Among I commission to examine Hlckman, as I .I Clewistqn Florida j.i j.

suitable for: vases and bouquets and the state department of game and the industrial achievements of Cuba to his sanity. : j.L r
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plants in bloom, are attractive in the fresh water fish, as required by law. within the last six months Is the "I don't know what the governor " ###" #### ## ### L

garden This was a decrease as comparedwith granting of 42 licenses to milk pas. will think of it," Walsh said, "but .
Antirrhinum (Snapdragon) seed 1927 when 225 tags were returned tuerIzing plants as well as authoriza : I believe it is the think to do. Certainly "' ""Jue"' .r=? a=O=,. _: ;

quire about 20 clays to sprout re.1 I by: huntsmen for the monthof I tion to a number, of raw milk plants I'8e"eral the boy. should not be put to i r

plants bloom in about three August. laboratories have made their ,death: if he.is insane." t I

Colors are gold, rose, "Crimson, orange Less deer were killed during August appearance in' the field of providing Hickmans defense at his trial was i MI'I"I I I,

maroon and white. Seed maybe of this year because of the ex. acidophilis, humanized milk \and oth based on insanity I! GOOD i

sown out doors but it is best to treme high water in those sectionsin I -- \ -
sow them ,in boxes. Prick out seed- which the animals are hunted, !

'. lings and transplant_ in the garden many hunters being unable to go to I I II

when they have reached a height of the hunting grounds, the department havein
I best advertisement
Is always the you can
about four inches. They will stand
the cold of the usual Florida winter says.Marion county led for the second [ .a cafe. By the way the crowds fill our cafeat

without injury. They make spikes of successive year in the number of u(111Z0unctizgI meal times is a sure sign that our food is

flowers suitable for cutting and are deer killed This year, forty tags I I _

also fine for beds and borders. were returned from that county, compared I I I '. good.

Larkspur and Pansies with seventy-two for August, r' \ The Opening of Glewiston's ,

Larkspur seed require about 15 1927, or a decrease of 32 this year ... We take special care to see that every custom -
days to sprout. Plants bloom in about Collier county was second both last ..\ .
\ is satisfied. This is the
they
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six months. They are shades of blue, year and this year. [>' .. ,NEW DENTAL PARLORS r reason
pink rose, violet, lilac and white The department's figures were obtained ,continue to patronize our business. i
They may be sown out of doors in from stubs attached to the ,: .,:..' .' '. I 'Q

shallow drills, or in boxes and trans- special deer licenses sold over ,the l "> In The Hopkins Block I Watch the crowd day and will i.
planted. The long flower spikes are state. Hunters purchasing these IL ". .: every you
quite valuable as cut flowers and censes are required to mail the tsubsto : '.' I be convinced that we know the kind of food

last a long time. the department here showing the i;... : i','" that is (
pleasing.
Pansies may be had in many varieties number of deer killed for the month.A {K., '- on or about : ;;::;:. I ; .

but none is better for Florida penalty; is provided if this Is not .; <': '.:\. .
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the French mixed. The seed done. Service s n
take eight days to sprout and abou The deer hunting season was again ;P'NOVEMBER( FIRST :<.j? 1'

ftour and a half months to bloom. split in' Florida this year. The 'month ;.::1, ::' : OUR MOTTO :

These give a large number of gorgeous of August was open, with hunting:! aLlowed '

f colors. Seed are quite small only on Fridays and Satur ....J' .' LM- NOBLE'i '
SUGAR BOWL CAFE
and should be planted in boxes I days. It closed on September J. to reopen -

When three or four leaved have del: again on November 20 to continue .

veloped the seedlings may be trans. until December 81, when it \

planted to beds or borders. No protection will again be, closed. (Formerly of Sarasota) 1 \ '\ \..:" "Good' t Home Cooking" I,
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l from cold is needed. I I Only bucks are hunted in Florida, ; < Clewiston, Fla.

Sweet peas take 15 days to sprout a permanent ban having been placed \ ,
and four months. to bloom. It Is best upon does. ''::

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ABOUT SUGAR i

I 12 Bulletions For 11
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,Announcement / dom showing activity In the sugar Florida Farmers. i NOTICE TO STOR 1 SUFFERERS'

cane industry in Florida northern 1

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Everglades.The Gainesville. .-More experimental ,! If you need help from the American Red \ :i

I announce myself as a candidate for Superintendent of Public third .of the great smokestacks i
information was made available
I was lifted Into place ,Monday II Cross give the Red Cross people in i
to Florida farmers during the past your
offer for consideration the following: _
Instruction.. your ,I morning. To the layman it is surprising I
these giant stacks fiscal year than In any year in its ,
*' how easy neighborhood your I1am .before November' 3.

,. <,' weighing eleven tons each are han history, according{ an an I

QUALIFICATIONS : died A railroad crane picks it from ment just made, by announce-I No persons will be registered for relief and I

the ground as though it were a tin
Florida Experimtnt Station The Sta 1
I have had fifteen years experience In the teaching profession stove pipe and while the base is sus- tiln's fiscal year closed in June 30. rehabilitation after that time. This is portant. !

pended a few feet above the ground, .

coveringeverything, 'from primary grades to senior' high' jcl.90'!, and. four workmen with block and tackle During the past year 90,000 copies It, will help you and help the Red Cross to ;

'- ', :,\ : : : ., adjust It Into place, l Immediately back of 12 different bulletlons were prepared I I

teachers', training courses? Four of these years, ,,were: i in ,LaBelle.,
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you haven't been her that, long ask:: :your,neighbor, who can remember. A. L. SCSAFER '
': ... Brick work on the furnaces is pro : ing matter. In addition, seven new

had. -: '," gressing rapidly and will be finished two-page bulletlons were pnb-
press
what kind of school, uo -:", -
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: ,;;t within the next few weeks. lishel and 19 old ones were reprinted. ,/ Director of relief in Florida, American Red .. I
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I ]hold a Florida State Life High School 'celtif te. "
:, : The Station JUtS now printed a to- 1
: _: !" A 10,000 gallon hot water tank in Cross.GS253UC. _
'al of '98 bulletions and 407 different!
I hold the degrees. of. Bachelor'of ,t Science. and Bachelor of the feed water system; has been set I
: .I, ': up and .he installation is nearly com- press bulletins since Its establish u-
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; Pedasocv-. and. have been admitted to practice .law. in sister state. pleted. The feed water system under ment in 1S89.. !) Twenty-four of thesehave I _
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: 4. ,_' : ',' '.' the supervision of the boiler house : Leon In the three _
published ast
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I have' lived'within the present Hen dry County limits ,since 1919, I :auperint-: ::dent consists a 700,000 f I
;'ears. It is estimated that during the I I
I r ., .' : gallod coldwater, tank outside and a !

which was 'before the. county was organized.: I have had ,S sufficient 10,000 hot water storage tank inside, last fiscal year between 150,000 and I

the buJdlng.: From the latter the water !100,000 different copies ot: bulletineswere :
I BALL
MASQUE
business experience to qualify; me to advise',the Board./in: their, business is pumped to the boilers and converted distributed by ,the Experiment I :.t"f /

I into steam. Approximately! 15 Station, and this does not include ... ,
affairs ;: t. men will be required, for boiler house ,
of the
publications Agricultural Extension i
: J operation when the mill is completed. Service '
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Of the 1'2 new bulletins published I : "it
REASONS .i ; f.'y: :
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.:, Preparations are now being made last year, four were technical and' ,, ,
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:: ,\ : ;, oight popular Those .
:n this department for the' i installation ftpt to prove of :" ,
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.I offer the following reasons why I think you should vote. for me: escpecial interest to farmers
of the I
"" of fuel oil tank which HALLOWEEN OCT. 30
: .J I'" ": ; .: a storage:, ,
9 has gallon .'capacity Crudeoil state include the following:
a 3.000
You should have for your Superintendent a man who ,can teach 190. Stimulation of Plant f
Re.
will be used and will be shipped I II
1 here in tank sponse by Use cf Copper Sulphate AT THE CLEWISTON INN

any 'grade l ha' is supervising? and go ';into the rooms of 'any: teacher cars, and: Other Chemicals on the Raw I .
I I
.... Peat Soils of the Everglades FROM 9 P. M. UNTIL 2 P. M.
and be a real help to her in her \vork.
On the opposite side, of the mill, 191. Pecan Growing in Florida. I

activity is centering around the con 192!) An Economic Study of Po. '-VAdmission
You should have a man who fully believes in education and will -' :
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of the where the
struction cane pit, tato Farming in the Hastings Area
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\ sugar cane is dumped from the rail for the Crop Year 1925. I
children the best education possible.You ,
bend every effort to give your ---q
., road cane cars coming from the 194. Blueberry Culture in Florida

\ T fields. Piling for the inforced'COlI.. 195.Diseases. of Lettuce, Romaine $3 Prizes For Costumes
Couple Best
mali in with% the made per
should have a who is touch progress .1 )11 I
crete side walls is now being driven Escarole and Endive
...
and concrete pouring will be startedas I I 196. Daubentonia Seed Poisoning I -
education in recent years -' I -
the forms built.A of
soon as are I Poultry
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,
carload 'of rock was received this 195. Tobacco Growing1" Florida.
You should have a m'an who has had sufficient practical experL /
week for the work. In the constuic- II A method for Keeping an Account ,' f,

tion of the cane pit about 500 yards with a Crop
ence in administering schools to get full value for every dollar of
of concrete will be used. I A method for Keeping an Account : CLE\VISTO\ 1 VETERANS CLUB .

with- a Dairy Cow Herd
the limited funds available to our School Board. '
,I Copies of any of these. can be ob I: I '
In the main mill building the windows

., I have the active support of most of the teachers and most of : are being installed. Ribbed talned free on application to the : I i

opaque glass is used. This is usedin Experiment Station at Gainesville. ...r"\.z"LJ! ; .: '. ",''''rr.1f't'n:: .. '.TE'1.W.i.: ..': '" '. .......:,....I.': .: r: t1"r.mr !

the people who are really interested In school. and education. place of plain window glass be- ,.

; } cause it is more resistent. to heat,
i r1 { g
l Wt' &
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I;: less likely to be damaged by wind'
,, MY PROMISE ,., I IJ
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-:". : < > -.' and,,incidentally' w ',does_' -. 'not. ..-show.-, ,".'' the' ''t- ...- J ,' 4 ,> ;
'-- dirt.. ". ( ,

If, elected, my business interests will not Interfere with the duties / ':,
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k,

. of my, office. will give my time and my energy, to the schools. Though laundries and sugar mills }

}i I are seldom associated, the new 1,500 ;

'; "I were not willing and anxious to do this I would not run for theoffice I ton a day mill will have a laundry. I I "

' \ ...- A Troy washing machine will be used I : :
Idea
Your 0
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at all. I to' wash the sugar bags before using : ;: Bring! ; :


My motive ,is to build an efficient school system, to help the I It. .. ; '.
r Along similar lines while a sewing :; : ('; ';, <; eo <
machine is a far cry from manufac < "
teachers to succeed and to give to your children and my children the \lJ\t : hi 1;
Ef ture of sugar, the Southern Sugar l :, t;: ': : ::. :i t 2

.. ..,
,
r company mill here will also have a -.,. (" "
best and most complete education and training for their life's work .: ''( < -; I
:"i': i
r \ sewing machine. This is not as /, ; :r.r".r :.:: ...:f ,.'
strange as it seems when the purpose' ,r :I
f.,1 that we can possibly give them.MY ,
is explained.The sewing machine is

;' ',' ... ..: '." : ._ :- .... -: : '. J ".._::, '.":' : "
f.; used in connection with the canvas I : / ; : ; : :_: .: : ; ..

or duck filter These used
POLITICS cloths are
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in conjunction with the filtering process
: which removes the lime and
: Politics should be no more a consideration selecting a teacher oth-'I .
f. er impurities from the sugar ; FOR THE TYPE OF H.OME OR STORE BUILDING! TO
! ;: It is really the clarification of the r;
; or Superintendent. than it is in selecting a family doctor or minister
liquor of cane juices before passing I


k for your church, '. \ .' to the evaporators. I I $ US ,AND LET US WORK( our THE COMPLETE DE- ,g r1T

In few other lines of business is i .
'. .It is a political selection however, so I must speak. am .a Denv
unified cooperation so essential as in I '

ocrat, always have been a Democrat, and unless the, underlying prin_ the sugar manufacturing business, i :' APP"ROVAL
TAILED PLANS FOR :
and It is surprising to learn the various :
ciples of the parties change, I'll die a\-Dcmocrat.\ Circumstances made trades intimately associated i ;:;::, :: I'
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with the industry. "
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'it ,.extremely: difficult, ,-almost. impossible for me. to run in the prL : : ,;< 1
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x :"

\f'\r. ..'. "-... mary. ,I have always felt, and feel now, that. as a freeborn American who There supervise are chemical experienced control,chemists, with ": ;".;, i .:;:.;< ')Z'-9: ;;, ', : ;(/ ; ,. ; ; :i :{ ;,.:\. :;:. >;;'j: : ;:: ,;;;,;i, / ; :

r. out which there, could be no sugar;
it is ,my right and duty to support the best man for the office, regardless able foremen, machinist's :t I

carpenters, "' .. ,.'. ,. ... .., :
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steam fitters, electricians and een'the / '''if' ;;; ,t;; ;" ,; :',: :. '.' : : i ,: ", :, .,
of party. The crack of party whips never,, made me cringe I :" I' .
comparatively insignificant worker ", : :: / :' ". :
who keeps the machines oiled '
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in : '
r awe or terror. ;! .
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plays his important role in converting I ; ,
,
: y H>;;| elected I will not cater to any' party or" faction, bu I will the cane stalks into raw sugar. .

-', Mill officials are enthusiastic over ; ': G W Gordon : V
administer the schools out of politics. I will keep the schools out of : 9 .
..... the success of the new well driven at :
the mill. The pipe was sunk some ; :
politics and keep politics out of the 'schools if I can. : : :
130 feet Below the surface, and refreshing > : /' ; .
: ;, ; >
water coming out at a tem : ; :

MY HOPE perature of 74 degrees is being re ';':..J" '.:' :. ::',.';'

ceived. The well has a flow of 190 <;<" : >; :,
-, : ,
gallons of water per minute.Commissioners \. :
It' is my hope and belief that you will wage your political fights :


elsewhere, but, that when you come to the schools you will forget ,._, '. p .' :: '.(t DESIGNER AND BUILDER -
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Order Ballots ... '
4 politics and put the man in charge- of your children's education whois \" ', Succeeding Gordon & Heard .

(Continued from 1)) '. ,
pate
best fitted by training exper'icn'ce and personal fitness for that Clewiston' Florida.
I 3; Charles O.Ross. for county Judge; .

i R. Tloywd Luckie and George W. 1J
duty and. who can give. you a'school system that will be a credit to J '
: Howard for constable District No. 2;
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the county S. S. Carraway for County Commis- /...;; ,.,:'' : < : ... : : \.' : G .
sioner District No. 5; James L. Nicholson "
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for Tax Assessor.

H. A. Rider and Tom Hull were instructed

by the commission to prepare
CARL E. ROYER
a ballot with the above nAmeson
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it. in addition to those' nominatedat .

,I the June primary. 'tI: "
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