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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1928
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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LEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY OCT. 26 1928 '
VOLUME 2-NO. 44 T PRICE 5 CENTS

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f' .V 14 Ef! W'-\:; : BEQUflTERSP f I 'LEGAL RESIDENCE QU ESTION FAILS J JI I MARRIED I I'ti I HEARD AWARDED

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TO BAR ROYER FROM SCHOOL RACEHaving
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I T ONThEI NEXT r [: 1 t F l faced and overcome the Despite thIs assurance Mr.Royer -\ NEW BUILDING

;i:; : W\ r / tl.: IrJJ I first obstacle in his race for Superintendent to eliminate further obstacles movedto _
Instruction CarlE.
of Public ,
; the Hendry county side of LaBelle
Townsite B eing Laid Royer is gaining more support Hollywood Builder Is
and for
on circulation of a petition
; BY TOM SMITH Out South Of Mill.- dally and indications are that he Given Work of Build-
200
A I his candidacy more than people
will be the next education head in
Several HousesConstruction. Under Hendry county. signed. ing Ten New Homes to

Talk of high taxes which has been Mr. Royer when he planned to I I Mr. Royer has had 15 yean In the Relieve Shortage.Glenn .

e encouraged by opposition to Hurd L. qualify and run in the June primaries teaching profession covering every

Reeves as county Clewiston's negro quarters now 'being was faced with a technicality I thing from primary work to senior B. Heard, local designer and

: Reeves tax assessor was built southwest of the sugar mill brought out by his opposition who I high school and teachers trainingi' : builder was awarded the contract for

Letterconclusively. refuted will rank with the best in the state held that he ''was a resident of Glades_ i'courses. He has a Florida state life L} yvz the construction of live new adminls.,

//I' this week when it wassecn yesterday in the announcement I county. This stand was taken be. certificate as a teacher and holds tration building while' C. E. Payne,

the tax assessor released for publica I by William Cecil Owen I cause Mr. Royer who owns a farm degrees of Bachelor Science' and Hollywood builder was given the

tion records of his office which prove I who Is in charge of the work. and home In Hendry county had rent. Bachelor of. Pedagogy a contract for the construction of ten

the falsity of these statements. Basedon Detailed drainage is being carriedout ed a house in LaBelle, to be near hisbusiness. A stand taken by 'Mr. Royer whichis new bungalows, it was' announced

rumors and juggh Igures, at. streets are being cqt throughand The house however was gathering new supporters to his this! week 'Work qn both' constructionJobs
will be
r tempts have been made:! to convince graded and several houses have across the county line although in standard daily, is: a. plea to keep the started immediately. The

D the voter that Hendry county taxes been started in addition to light lines LaBelle and the opposition held that schools out of politics holding that local man and the Hollywood con.

aretoo high. That they will have lit. being ,strung, water pipes laid and Mr. Royer was a resident of Glades the best qualified! man for the office <**."?& >v 7 L"T tractor were, successful bidders:) In
the of six .
tie weight is obvious since similar gallon water tank to be county should be elected regardless of political ? i i //t xi-, -* 5 group who submitted in

erroneous statements were made be. a.erected.10,000 He wrote to the attorney generalfor affiliations. Mr. Royer has .. dividual and group bids on the work.

fore the June primary at which Mr. Three 2 room frame dwellings are an opinion on the matter but always been a Democrat but holds Work on the administration build

Reeves was returned to office withan 90 cent completed, Mr. the question could not be settled in that it Is the right of any citizen to lug will be started Monday and the
now per
'overwhelming y" majority of votes. Owen said, foundations have been time for him to get into the primary. vote for the right man. regardless of DUFF IS MARRIEDTO days.completion. date is scheduled' for 90

The rumors are coldly answered by laid for three more and considerable The attorney gener ruled that resi. party.

tax assessor who explained that material is on hand for the con dence outside the county without the This open minded policy coupled MISS BRYANT The new building which will be
A'the built
I kI tax reductions in the 1928 rolls struction of 20 more houses. intent to remain outside did not dis. with his ability, it is believed will adjoining the present administration -
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I \ over those of 1927 were $106,265, and While this will take care of some qualify him. result in. his being elected county building' but facing south will

I going back further he shows that thIsI' of the families, provisions, have also The county commissioners decided superintendent of public Instructionby ON OCTOBER 23 be 98" by three 84 feet and will afford aLmost

year'staxes are $54,430 less than in been made for unmarried laborers In, his favor, and ordered his name overwhelming: \ majority on No. times as much office

1925. Hurd Reeves' faithful and efn.I and three ten room flats are now In left on the 'registration books. I vember 6.. spice as in the present building.
General Manager Will According to the specifications the
cient service tothecouuty demands of the course of construction, ,the fram.
general offices will be' 32 by 36 feet
all fair minded people that slanderous ing and rafters having been erected Bring Bride Here
while a: drafting room will be' 27 by
rumors at. attacking his effici. and the buildings, are now ready for REEVES LETTER HUNIFOR NEW Next Week 28 feet. There are to be nine private
ency ,be investigated The data in his the ''siding and the iterlor work.
offices, a ..tore room and wash room.
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letter can be verified at the office All water lines have been laid, it
PROVES FALLACY SUGAR SPECIESIS Captain F. Deane Duff general man. The Interior will be finished in cel
I[ of the circuit clerk, and ,that is far was explained and thewater tower ,
ager of the Clewiston left otex with the ,exterior of stucco over-
company
idle
substantial evidence than
more tank of 10,000 gallon capacityis
with
I a
here last Saturday for Chicago whero celotex. The roof will be, of tile and
rumor sped on the wings of gossip. now under construction OF TAXES SCARE 'SUCCESSFUL
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on Wednesday, October 23, he mar- asphalt and the general exterior appearance -
Grading of the streets is about 50 1
I I ride Miss Elizabeth Bryant, daughterof of the building will be sim-
while thework is
percent complete
Mr. and Mrs.F.. ilar to the present offices A loggiaof
E.Bryant of Chi
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New Guinea -where Detailed drainage work Plane Donated Dahlberg
Dark 'jungle in being pushed. Rider Opponent Shows By cago and Palm Beach. Following the tile floor :with ornamental stone
natives trade human skulls for razor which is culverts are on the groundand
Plan Of DefenseIn Travels 10,000 ceremony Captain and Mrs. Duff left pillars identical with the entrance to
: blades is a far cry arerapidly feeing placed.
Miles Over for New York from where they will the present administration buildingwill
New Guinea
I New Sugar from the sun- According to a plan announcedsome Race -
return to Clewiston. Pressure of his form the entrance to the addi-
4 Speciesdrenched s u gar time ago, negro residents of 1- Jungles.Huge
duties as general manager' here pre-
,fields of Clewis- Clewiston will be, given the oppor. I Scouting the high tax bugaboo tion.The ten
houses<< to be
cluded the possibility of an extended started imme.
ton, but from theformer may comet tunity to buy property in the new which has been dangled before the who diately will
I flying' dogs, headhunters honeymoon trip. be four and five room'bungalows
scientific information which will be quarters although details of this plan yes of Hendry county voters forth
will trade a. skull for a razor,' blade* Mrs.Duff. spent a few days here Exteriors will be frame
of great benefit to Clewiston.This. have not yet been made public. past few' weeks featured this with celotex
an airplane ride over a land neverbefore last spring with her mother and sis. Interiors. Four of the
i : inform' tion' will be n the form ofsamples Moving of the quarters from the I week's political news when Hurd L. '
new
.,; seen by a white man, where ter, and was well pleased''with' .the housesIt:! .bg built in the Civic
of several new, species of present location east of the Indus. .Reeves_ :jeleasd for--publication-a.'let. .. -- ,- ..--... "
center
nr. { .a forcedjandiwouid-meaii, : : .,death; community''.'' --- -- 'section north of the Sugarland
'sugar cane which Dr. E.:'"W. Brandes, trial canal wll.1obab. be' started ter 'in which''he Incl ded'figures incidents trip'to
) J were among in a A l large Normandy' type home is be: highway and west of the water tow.
,: i Internationally known expert brought within the next few weeks.WOMANS taken' from county records. The con
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Guinea of the few er The other
] New one unex- Ing completed on the ridge for Cap. six will be built south
back with him to this country. B.G.. tents of the letter are printed below.
plored regions of the world, in a tain Duff and his bride. of the present location of Celotex.
'.& D3hlberg president of the Southern Another interesting ,feature of theweek's
search for more sugar for civilzed town, where' the first
: CLUB. TO Captain Duff :who is an early' pioneer ten houses
Sugar company supplied the cabin i activitis in political circles man made Dr. Brandes I built to
by E. W. of Clewiston, came here six relieve the house shortage >
plane which made the perilous trip, : was the showing of the method to_ condition
chief pathologist of the United States Please turn to page 5 here are under construction -
and on his return Dr; Brandes stop. I NAME COMMITTEESFall be used by L O. Gravely who is op. 'department of agriculture .

a) ped off in Chicago to talk with Mr. posing Herbert A. Rider in the race. Dr. Brandes passed through Chicago Please turn to page 5

I Dahlberg of the results of his trip. for the legislature. renectly on his way back to STATEOFFICIALSPRAISES
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How absorbing to think .of our sit. Meeting Postponed According to a cir.cual. with the Washington. Beans That Grow

Ii ting here' in Clewiston while a tiny Because of signature of, Gravely, that candidate New Guinea, an island larger than
ActivityIn REEVES
: speck of plane soared thousands of will base his defense' on the fact that Texas, in the south Pacific, is con- While You Wait

feet above a dark jungle where a Storm Relief Rider being an independent could not trolled by the Dutch and Australian Is Latest Yam I

would have meant instant death,
slip successfully represent Hendry coun.
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home
governments. It is the original
I to hunt for new cane species, manyof Committees 'of the Clovrlscon Worn ty at Tallahassee. t of the sugar; cane In recent years Tax Official Says Hen- Beans that grow .almost while you '

I which may be used In Florida in an's club for the 1928.29 season will l This according to keen political 'plant diseases have caused a severe dry County Books wait, Is the latest evidence of'the

building America's new sugar bowl be appointed at the next meeting of observers is the second admission of decline in the yild to ,sugar cane in GoodHigh productivity of northern Everglades .

i I \ the club, the second Friday in November Rider's political strength, and they Louisiana, Porto Rico, Cuba and other muck soil according to Charles A.

,.,.. it was decided that the first made Jackson focal
Ii at a meetingof explain was when lands, so Dr; Brandes was sent to for the in agriculturist who bases '
./ praise manner
Awarding of the contract for the the club in the Clewis ton Inn Friday -' ,Gravely. tried to keep Rider's name New Guinea to find rugged varietiesof which the office work of' Hurd L. his story on observations made on '

new administration, building to Glenn .off the b'allot on the ground that he wild cane which could be crossed his 11 acre bean' field on the Moore I
tax
Reeves Hendry county assessoris
Heard: local con- Because of the 'activIty of the mem. (Rider)) had taken part in the June with the types, now grown on planta. handled expressed this week Haven road. :'

Heards Gets tractor this week; bers in the storm relief work and primary. When the fallacy of this contention was ; With the bean market soaring, ":,

Contract- insures a n other Red Cross work, the first meeting of was proven and Rider's'name tions. Flies 10,000 Miles. by John W. Williams assistant state Jackson has been making daily checks' .'
) r Mr Williams who
taxes
well built building fall which was scheduled for 'the was ordered placed on the ballot, the In the party were Dr. Jakob Jes. equalizer of on the field near here to' keep in
books of Hen-
r i.t.*;for Clewiston. Mr.Heard. has built second Friday in September was post- circular with Gravely's'signature ,was wiet of the University :of' Mageringen, has been checking tax the for several close touch with the growth.

"'.0'?several substantial building in the poned until this week. Some fourteen then'released claiming that Rider Holland, an expert on the Java sugar dry county assessor Saturday morning he drove to the' '.

community and has already estab. members were present and while who is not attorney: for the county industry: Richard K.Peck. of Elgin, years wrote: L. Tax Asses. field and was greeted with the pleasant 'i''
Hon. Hurd Reeves,
lishcd an enviable icputation. The general business of the organization commissioners could not efficiently 111., airplane pilot, and E. C. Pem- LaBelle Fla. sight of the beans' just coming .,:'i
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was discussed, it was decided that Swcvr Hendry county in the legisla. Dutch Australian and Haw. sor, ; through the soil, forming the long
i berton ,
will
new building be almost three : My Dear Captain: '
appointment of committees would'be turc. That !Rider is a man of considerable financed the venture green rows whichin view of the '.1
times thesize of the admin. aiian Interests I would be
present thought perhaps you
postponed until the November meet ability !Is admitted by his opposition steadily: rising market foretold ,a
: istration building and there will be ing. it is held, since all objec- -The Fairchild cabin plane used was glad to have an _expression from me story of affluence to come. After-

,ample! room for all officials and pert Committees to named are Executive tions to his candidacy have been given by B ,Dahlberg. President of assistant, state tax equalizer as to spending some time at the field, the

sorrel of the Southern Sugar com. ; Civic, Legislative, Social, Beau. Please turn to page 5 Please turn to page 5 your work, as' tax assessor of Hendry agricuturist returned to town,. }but

tification, Educational and Philan- county. early Sunday morning thlnkin.gr

pany. Construction of the new build. tropic. TWO (MORE PRIVATE HOMES STARTED \ I am glad to say that In my annual again of his beans he drove to, the ";

ing"will solve the space shortage Following the short business meet inspection and checking' over field. ., '

: problem of theSoHthern Sugar com. ing a delightful social hour was en. your books since you have been' tax Instead of the barely perceptiblerows
THIS WEEK BY LOCAL RESIDENTS has been entirely satisfac.
pauy for the present, but with the joyed. assessor he .saw a field of young beans ,
tory with department I have re.
comprehensive program planned for .r four i inches tall.

"' thin jigr ection recurrenceof the spaces RED CROSS'' ASKS I Construction of two more private--this section The refrigeration'insulationwill room your cently 192S completed roll and, find'the it checking up to 'your of make Checking. sure he up had on not his stumbled location onto to ..;'

to be lined with celotex as 4 .
# problem is not an impos. addition houses
homes In to the ten usual standard. an unknown field, Jackson hurried
4x6 feet with sufficient space ,
''sibillty., TO SPEED WORK contracts for .which was awardedthis for the be refrigerator and shelf spaceon I hope I may have the pleasure of to town recounting the story to ':
another four
working with for .
you .
1-, -- ... I week by the Clewiston company, either side friends among whom was a cynic .?

5 has, been started, it was announcedby French doors will lead from the liv. I years. I am yours for the success of whose comment was that probably :

Officials of theRed Cross with lo- Emphasizes Request that Mrs. M. E, Kynett, Clewiston Inn ing room to a wide porch on the sido the Democratic party over the entire the next time the agriculturist visited '.'

.F al .headquarters. in Clewiston caring Applications Be manager and Miss Marian Leydig of the building while a sleeping porch state.' the field, the beans wpuld be in ,:
r"I' Yours very truly, i hampers waiting for shipment.CLEWISTON ","
for the ref btltta. head of the Clewiston Steam laundry. big enough to accommodate! four .
John W. Williams,
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Filed Now The Kynett house a four room sin build. r-- .
beds will be at the rear of the
7.) Speed Is tion of the storm Assistant State Equalizer of Taxes. i WATER p
gle story dwelling ,will bo built on ing. The home represents an invest '
Requested victims east o f all''I IS "VERY GOOD"Clewiston
Another urgent request that Lot 2, block 370 on Sagamore ave- ment of $6,000. G. W. Gordon is the CONVICTS RETURNED ':

hereask that', all those needing help from the Red npe' While the Leydig building, a six designer and builder. drinking water accord.. :.:

..... requests for aid be put In immedi- Cross file their applications immediately room single story 'frame dwelling The Leydig house is a six room Because of the decision of High ing to tests made by tho state board \'

ately, so that thework can be speed. was expressed this week* by will be on lot 2 block 412 on El Paso building with three bedrooms, with lands county officials to abolish their of health is "very' good" it was an. 'J:

ed and keep low Miss Margaret L. Shupe, local Red avenue exterior In frame and interior of lath convict camps, Hendry county convicts nounced this week by Wilber D.
I expenses as as pos.
;. Bible Cross representative following a Advantages of porch space will bo and plaster B. M.Beach. the archi- in the future will be kept at the Cole in charge of the local water department :.
We have icpeadtedly'commend"ed
,,1 f conference with A.L.. Schaeffer, dL stressed in the Kynett house and it tect and builder. county jail at LaBelle, it was learn! following the receipt of the 't

'U the Red Cross for its efficiencyhree rector of West Indian hurricane relief was explained that because of this While,Miss Leydig will occupy her ed this week. In the past, Hendry monthly report from the state labora. :'ij

and the praises of this humane work in Florida who stopped in the four room house will have seven home, Mrs. Kynett whose duties; as county convicts were leased to High- tory. i-...

.j 0 organization ,cannot\ be 'sung too loud. I Clewiston Tuesday night on a tour room efficiency The exterior will be hotel manager necessitate her livingat lands county but t with the. camp This standard has been maintainedby

ly. Their latp St request i is a natural of this section frame and stucco with celotex interior i- the Inn said that she is buildingthe abandoned Hendry county In the future the local water, department for the ,.j
house as "a home for somebody" will have to look after its own past year the records show, but the _
one.; They are. more than willinng to The local office will be kept open A vaulted ceiling will add attrac- '
y Work on both ''buildings has been prisoners Four convicts who were in latest report Is of particular interest ..
help .and want only cooperation from two weeks longer it was announcedby tiveness to the living room while a started and they will be rushed to Highlands county when the ,camp since It shows that the local water '

the sufferers! A small, re(1uestwhich Mr.. Schaeffer who said. he was refrigeration: room off the' kitchen completion to help in relieving the was abandoned have been relureud.to was in no way affected by the stormof .

'palnttt1 4 I1P f each aq Plnot I r Please turn to page 5 will be another improvement new to house shortage problem here. LaBelle a few weeks ago.ii .
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CLEWISTON NEWS CLEW1STON I
2 FLORIDA
page FRIDAY, OCTOBER
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I "'-' BJ' .I:Q +ynry. 11V'I>.GilQ.rT.:1,4TsLII '=w" 'vnvn s.ur.a .__
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'laughter Margie was a week end II, A. Rider of LaBelle .)
was a business Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson were
SUGAR BY guest of VVesta Allen ,here. '
'visitor In
I Clewiston Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mr.
sting items picked ta ran- THEWAioUHAARD and Poche '
-,. Mrs. P. A. last week. ;'
-' wing activity in the sugar THAT-- Charles O. Ross of "LaBelle was a **

:industry in Florida northern business visitor in Clewiston. i| Miss A. D, Vaughn', local Western t! ',

:;:..lades.' Miss Madeline Stanley graduate; ,-. ; !' Union operator is' in Winter Haven Hurd L. Reeves Hendry County
Mr. and Mrs G. D.R4cJ traw nurse who has been stationed at LOST : for a, few days with her rather who Tax Assessor of' 'L Belle was in,'

. wo; /e .Sunday! afternoon _callers .at t the Clewiston since the storm left last On Thursday Oct ,1, a black leather -'Is ill. Clewiston on business Wednesday. ,

4'' :":on the construction of: the}, home of Mr.. and Mrs. Tom. Smith. ( !i Sunday for Fort*Myers where she. will portfolio belonging to the :Lake_ i j ;' -. ', I
..: carriers i fs :progressing\ stead !I \J: ', : '! '!-.'.,end_ several weeks with her sister' land Seliv Brick company. The' con. Mr. and Mrs J. L., Strong and" Mr,;' and 'Mrs.i P.A. ,' Poche 'entertained 'A {

.: : ',i with the section' installed to II, 1 B. Fridge accompanied by Miss i i j I ;I-'fcro. ( returning:1 to 'her. home' In Geor- tents are not very valuable to any. daughter Nellie will' leave Clewfston Mr. and Mrs P G. Bishop at.
;.';; :he' bagasse or, cane fibre im- I?fell: -caret 'I:/ Sh'lipc and 1I1ssMade.. .oa.: .: I,' one except ourselves. Reward if re. :,'I'about November 1, for Sanford where. a delightful dinner party. in their

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: ) ; ,partment in now, centering, on Beach at: Tort. :Myers Sunday' after. 'j' Mr. and !Mrs W; C.' Hanson spent ,1t. 'i iI i!+j I I for. the Atlantic Coast Line has been
,,1L"! nstruction of the' ''carriers at .' ', '.:' ", <. :I the week end ,In ,Fort Myers.., -- +I j! advanced. to the position of yard mas_ Sanders Morgan :spent the week end
still noon. :r -fMr. I I I I tor with
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ler house end. There is .. .." :-- < -' Mr. and Mrs W. C.Hanson. and'' headquarters at Sanford. at Fort .Meade.

',,.,5 feet ,to be bridged with the and Mrs.\ L., 0, Hold \vort of Harry Eaton, refrigeration engi Mr.' and Mrs. P .'.G.' Bishop ,were I'! : i II
.. to ,complete, 'the! sy tem.As. neer for the 'Florida Power and Light at I i,!" -. '. .
...: f t"br guests a delightful dinner party:: \ 'I,;;;." ,
Mips Baldwin ### ,, ,,
: ;, earlier article, these Chicago, : accompanied : I who several " #" ######" " #
company 'spent in
: : 'ed in an days given Tuesday night at the home of
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'' h h.convey' the '''cane fibre after and,7 ,'. Roy; Ackleberry of".the" '." .same t Clewiston last week is now in Fort Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson., I I I .

I .-0 from, the mill' proper or city: left. last Saturday for their.north Myers on business and will return to J I I I
unit to the' b llcr'1ou'se at cm' home. { Clewiston before proceeding to his FOR '((RENT-Houses, I .
3 I furnished and I
:y': : }< '::' rrt.: \:" ; t .
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., either stored < ;: ... :
point ,it may be home In Miami unfurnished: Beach .and. Son.-I. YOUR APPEARANCE'We' COUNTS '
-, J ;3 in Celotex manufacture or lewiston. y.have a "Hawaiian s] orchestra ', I Moore Haven. Fla., : i'

i: ':. Ltl as fuel.filiation 'if the plans beIng' worked. Mr. ,and :Mis. P. G; Bishop,.spent I ," .-
out by Ed' Bailey' are succes [ I..:Two the. : week'. end in West Palm Beach MOORE. HAVEN ,HOTEL -. Rates ,' I I
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mill' rollers Is ofahe': 'musicians are in town and '$1 per day and up-special weekly : i : '
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Mr. -, are proud 'of the fact that have
and .
r mplete.'d the nine .great..l'QIL. thbse: who have heard them,'play ,say Mrs. W. S. Harvel spent rates. ; we .
ter .' the week end in :Tampa, while their i :. ''i' I'' r : I
hi while in front of the they: are, talented.. -
; ,ce. place! : ., .
\ I .-,?ork is going forward on the -_ ,, I ---U'___ --.; _.---...:.:......_:.._.:-- -.---. .
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: .' where_ the cane is,, !dumped M.;:W.Bigg and Frank Wright were. I _'-:..:.. ::.J..:.. : .. '. i:' 1. '-': '.'-_... helped l to make. ,Clewiston: a' thriving city: I
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.,:,of ,it' journey through,, the mill. They returned, to Clewiston Sundays 'I 'I' I"" I I J ; !' f i : r I
'I- ... ,-. ; We .are pioneers, in the Barber Business.ITPAYS ><,
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":. ,.._Ok* has been started on the Heinz Frank,spent C.RIchmann. Sunday .in and Fort George Myeis.' : t. -" !' {). . :' '.:.:riiJ7r! : '9111 .tlikr'1 :: .., :. '' "'" -: i iI

, r .''';-3: of the 'concrete floors in the 1 l '. 'f.Ii II' .' I .'". I: JfImM ,: :, .' ,' .':, !
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:', :fy: to replace the ''temporary Dance 'enthusiasts;;::.will be .i interested ''' ': ; ., ,>,fir: ,-Al f'ri' :r imJ'! 1 :i, L':; .: '
; n floors which served during : 'rThe of ; ; .. ,.,
II Opening Clewiston's \' '' I.
in the decision of Mrs : / \ : :"' :' : : I Ir'lrJJi'I' Ir-
:f: )'nstructron'period and are be_ ClaUde'l I. ,' .. fJ ''I i.! ;d, .. .. .
Dons of the Watanabe +hotel ; I ''' '' '
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\5'' ," ed as 'forms for the ''concrete.st : : II,fi .:. d ''.i '. l : '''', '.;,' ':' ''. j : : : the i floor I of the lobby. done over for I .. .' o patronize our shop. f
'. :'.- floor of'the' mill was poured : : !t'l ..*t NEW I
lar ch i. A. DENTAL PARLORS .
; scraper was; put: on the ; .. .. .. Ii.
i .'-I I months ago. I ;! .f( + ':i 1. I("A '
r floor Tuesday and when the sanding ::,; ; ,:;, ., "i. ,, ;; Y
::. I _-I process Is complete filler will be used I : ; SHOP
,:. '",:'co of rivet guns in action whichi over.. which, will be' several applica- .. ':.:,;. In The Hopkins Block' .J/ i. CLpSlWS: PIONEER BARBER I
tions of flooi wa the :
Replacing
the '-' -' -
"ot been heard since com. -
; ) big rug will be several smaller : : .: ,. ; .. r
: I' ''a 'of the steel frame work has ones i .1 I 'J ., ..
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.' heard at the mill early this making it; but the work:: of a few min. ,. ,b">./' %' .on or about .', .*...'.. : ;" t r''; :'

\ I.when workmen completed the utes to clear the lobby for dancing.. ,. ":..' I
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: .. ':ation of the' water storage tank .. 1t r \ ; \ Clewiston I
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i \ _e boiler house. .Mrs. Allen G. ,Lincoln was hostces i! !I:I .. :Ii.lfi!. .NOVEMBER FIRST" ?" j[ ;
'::0 the Afternoon ,"" I ". .
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Bridge her.hoill. 1J':
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II" .' on Sagamoie avenue Wednes. .! ; .: '- J : :.1 I Ir
?.. 1 kmen in this departmen are al. day. Prize winners were Mrs. William ... :.. ;.. ,
/" :. '. stalling a fuel oil tank where Cecil Owen, Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs .: L. M. NOBLESI 'D._ D. S. .< ,. " " " ,#" " " -" ,," " ,- l,

;;, r'el: oil will be transferred from PL.. .. Simpson. Among those preseni '"7,1:'" '',;"" .,'..-' : ,-,. ('.'',,.', .tl.-',,-,',.,( ; I

'":.,," ..,.,nk cars to the 700,000 erected,gallon and i '::L-O Mesdames Claude Downs? R, L. ,,. '...:-Jr'- ';t-:. ,- ',." l'\',_," ,\ I i 4' To the Voters of Hendry County'' 'i
tank to be ;1
c Simpson; C. A. Jackson, J. E. (Formerly of Sarasota "
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to the smaller 3,000 gallon I I : I
;i: Bcardsley, William ,
' Cecil Owen,
;J:, and on to' the furnaces. Ir It I rank Bucher, Bert Tubbs, and ',A.G. I II i I Iiil I Louis O. I I:: :
Gravely
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r:: ., ',' I .. Lincoln. J : 7:: L : 'I ,

t l';l." S: 3 'of the most spectacular de I ,
Fi'i' ,: of the mill'since' the iustalla5 --- I i
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ii,.,' ,,:.f the heavy pans was the erec- Is 'the Regular Democratic Nominee for, Representative -
:f the four 130 foot smoke stacks.t. .
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.. ; ,o are tide together with sheel .':" _, f **far' *- :: -. (
I. ;>s' while stout cable' 1 1-8 ,inches ,'"' t 1
t :: ,(r':M '.'c is used as guy lines.: J He is the only man :from Hendry County '+ i,
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I-\ .. '. ...' whom_ the Democratic caucus of: the, House i

I ft.:,' Bret iron sides .of the boiler house I e ,:j,J (,q 'UL- ':,I :':, will 'permit, to sit ,in that caucus, and the mere j| '

pow being put while the sid ;."t \ : s I.
;. ; up l ; .f ctthathis, opponent happened to be register-j|
\; the main is al. ') f
i:1S. .': ...":_ _:on completed mill building : .1i ;;; :}it; :" '.ed l as a Democrat' will not' ,permit.his ,opponent i; -

to participate in the Democratic of the
-'---.=..-- .1 caucus J

-. .paration for' the grinding season I 0 -C"I'd ,s. I I 9t a 0 House. of ''Representatives, .where the officers

:''is wealth of preliminary Avork'l e 3 4GS : of- the House of. Representatives are elected. r
; 'dition' to .mill construction. Con. I I When the I
'.*,;:.. .,- .;.:able printing must. be done} to I To elect any one other than the nominee of I

41s L:0 ": < forms for various reports in. the Democratic primary to the Legislature j
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1 jig' .weather reports, .laboratory Grocer : ,
I would mean that Hendry: County would j
practically
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f ,:ts, forms for analytical data and' o
"" -rous other details, of the ,sugar !I o '' oe : disfranchised and without represen- ;

: "":.' .....". ,.,".:try. \ :, .I His Head in 1<)17. ....;: eo tation of in the the Legislature next Legislature.Glades In County the 1 923 session i

w' : sent a 1
i '; I owing work is practically com- o ,man who was registered as a Democrat but
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_'. 7. : on the Benbow tract between' e 0 I
.. :i' ", ;Iston and Moore Haven and ac-'I G like five pounds of sugar, population would have:: enough to 0 who was not the nominee of the Democratic ;

: planting': of cane will be started I please.'" 'meet their absolute needs. 0 prImary. The Democratic caucus excluded .oJ l

.f.) : ," :'irises:ih the some next few 1,1000 days.acres.This- tract I' Sorry, Madam, we can't let you These ,experiences taught people : this man from its meeting, did not allow himto ; j

,'1". i have more than a pound today/ how necessary sugar Is to the nation1 '' : either vote or participate in its election or I
f <, : I life and welfare, and how'desirable a o :
'. other affairs and Glades
'ao County found itself
'i>: entire plowing 1 equipment willoved o Has anyone forgotten the wartime, constant, home-grown'supply of this 0 : .

\:\, : ".' : ; to the next area which is o situation when sugar was so scarce that commodity would be. ,Certainly the : : practically without representation.

.;..:::" : '*i8. same-general- locality.. : almost everybody felt 'the pinch United'States should produce within 0 : Can Hendry County, in view of the urgent

1;'.:.; .'.:k-w' barracks buildings: : are beingructed I' ,Restaurants gave out, a single lump Its continental borders every pound : need for good 'roads, for flood control of the

t .:'. \). ,-'. on the Benbow tract''' at'I' In a paper bag with each cup of coffee. of eugar It can economically pr duce. : Caloosahatchee valley and Lake Okeechobee

., rty Point! to house labor now : The sugar bowl, a familiar sight on The undersigned i companies arc : afford

e 1=<, ": ..1 in plantinng and which will lat,' every table and lunch counter,had dis. doing their utmost', to increase our : to be disfranchised?

::: e used during the' harvesting op_' appeared.. Sugar was kept under lock domestic production of cane sugar. : Can the 'people of Hendry County who are ,

'_....<: ;:.ion. i! and key, and was 'hoarded, by demanding sensible l law reduction -
;,.-' ". t i f many. They have acquired, and, developed & : a game and a

,: 'A i ''' drag.Ii.ne was unloaded this week I : Back 'in 1914 soon after1\the outbreak vast tracts of the most productive : of taxes: afford: at this critical period to be .

1 of war the British Government lands in America. They have : : 'disfranchised ,
: started clearing. ditches,to facil. sugar _. by sending; I Herbert A. Rider, a
f .. 3 drainage' in the areas above o took control fthe'na on's food, and built cane-grinding plants of the latest man who has ,deserted the Democratic party'

\t. ,-tioned., I sugar was the first ,item put under design and of large capacity. They I tote ?

.. -.. ; : control. Likewise, when the United: have conducted exhaustive experiments Legislature .

k t f'f',;. .1.i .interesting: sight to \night, trav. : States went to war, our government resulting improved, varietiesof .' I 4: MORAL-Vote for Louis O. Gravely, the
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} was the number ,of tractors:' instituted a similar control of sugar. cane and advanced methods of : : regular nominee of the Democratic party for

f;f-.- king n and' on Moore the road Haven between, each Clew-: ', This essential article of food'was conserved planting.] An illustrated booklet I : Representative. The man who served his

:... : with electric headlights. equip.I il : i in every possible way in order sketching,their history and activities country in three wars 'andthe 'only candidatefor
that,, both the army and the 'civilian will be sent upon request, :
. : Representative who served his country In
; .. *.U of the tractors are so equipped i I rC
...:ping only for refueling and : : its time of need, or in any war. i

.ige of drivers From' a distance !' t DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES :::1 I : The man stands for a north and south state !
looked
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huge fireflies dron-
" over the fields.' Ir : road through Glades Hendry and Collier

I : Counties, flood control in the Caloosahatchee -

':he civil engineering department I 0\ valley and Lake Okeechobee. A sensible .. 1
THE 1 SOUTH
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:usy laying out new fields to be COAST COMPANY' THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY -
1"', .,>ted and the adjoining roads' and 1 1 :'i/ls and Plantations in Louisiana o'Hlls and Plantations, in Florida e. r rIMDUfWfS game 1 law, a square deal to every section I

1 drainage ditches. I e T.. Q of Hendry County. ,

-his department----r has, also started ) And not the candidate of any clique, ringor

' construction I 0 faction but who will honestly
of bridges over represent j
'nage canals which will allow the : Executive Officer; 645 North Michigan Avenue.Chicago : and see that every section of the county gets 'i,

'tor equipment to move onto a I .
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-(0 acre tract which is to be im- f\ ) . ., (9 .!._C._. ._. ., '" . . 0 at >. 4 a' . '. __ a square deal. ;.: : jJJ, ,
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'liately prepared and planted In This Paid political advertisement. 2t. I"
advertisement '
?.c ppeartng in the dot _
< Sugarland drainage district .. .14; r.t rl .U 3
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1 r'''i -;-- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1928 CLEWISTON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA Page Three.

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FOR SHERIFF NEWS? OF THE WEEKEDISON HERO HONORED "6---' -'-"" '1. :.r: _._ ._

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Calhoun, Ky.-Calhoun paused to :

l GETS MEDAL I honor the memory o" James Bethel f\

t. To .,Florida.The Voters of Hendry County, shortening the distance of his fall. I I Gresham, the first American( soldier : :: !

I t7 ,, Killed In France, in whose memory BTASQUE( Bill" I i
Marching with steady step the 30 : ,
West Orange, J.Thomas. A. I' ,.
and requestedby the handsome new memorial bridge '.,'.. I I, ,
I (have been urged or
many of my friends to 'become a Edison recalled how more than 50 steps or more from the condemned spanning the Green river in McLean ':

Candidate for the office of Sheriff, of year ago ,he stood before a flimsy I cell to the gallows and up the thirteen -1 I county was dedicated this afternoon. 1: 1 1I'

Hendry County In the General Elec.6th, littly contraption of his own Inventions steps of the scaffod to the trip, :I Corporal Gresham 'was born In MeI I + I '
November .
\.1i'. tion 1928; to I have be held qualified on for this office recited "Mary Had a Little he smiled 'ifaintly as the noose was ,I Lean county, Aug. 23, 1983, where he : _. i I,

.Jo., and I take this means of advisingyou Lamb" and heard the Inanimate machine I adjusted and with palms upraised I lived until the turbulent days of ;,; : ( ;
of candidacy.If repeat his words, the world's .' '"!17. H's! "
my I whispered a hurried prayer. rorarany was among the '

elected I can only promise you first phonographic reproduction.The I Plunges to Death I II t[ first to reach France and the Ken. HALLOWEEN, OCT. 30' I; i.;

to enforce the law to the best of my occasion of his recollections I As the black cap was placed over''. tr''!tteri Tare his life to his country 1

ability, I shall not attempt the' impos.. was the presentation him of a can. )'his head, the prison chaplain, the on the morning Nov.3, 1917, in AT THE CLEWISTON INN '
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sible, but I will promise, that if 'elect. gressional gold medal at exercises at'' I
Rev William A. Fleming, read the an engagement which claimed manyof
bet '
ed to make a diligent effort to 1 I
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ter Law Enforcement Conditions In which the British government returned -i litany of the dead Warden James B. I. his company. '' "' I .
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this county; but am obliged to say to him that same. first phono : Holohan waved his arm, and three j I :. -' '. FROM P. M. UNTIL 2 PI :

to you that unless the law abid.ng graph. convicts, enclosed within a boXlikei I ,
citizens of this county lend their co. "It is indeed a source of much I 1' BABE BATS FOR AL .
operation and support towards law i superstructure over the scaffold, cut I .. : r ,: I) I. r
enforcement that there will not be gratification to me" he said, speak three ropes, one of which released -: i :: I ,
I I New York-Babe Ruth came to bat .
any enforcement. ing over a nationwide radio hookup I the trap.Hickman's body shot thru -- -
overiihlch' laudatory remarks about I again for Gov. Alfred E. Smith to
-l" If it is your desire to have someD the open space like a plumme.t Hard
him had broadcast night-this time in a radio a dres Admission $3 per Couple Prizes For Best Com (
of the well known evils in this coun already been by ly a tremor was visible in his body.. :

ty removed, vote for .me on election,; President Coolidge and Secretary of] over a nation wide hook.up. -- .. ...... "
Less than half a mInute'' after the ----;- -- -- ---- -
day and cooperate with me after I It is because Governor Smith "is
the .
Treasury Mellon "to regain pos .
slayer began his journey from the j S Sc
am elected, and I assure you that : 1! !
we will be able to improve conditions session of my first and original model I death cell to the scaffold,. he was un. ;I -In.. greatest friend of American

In this county. of the phonograph which I loanedto conscious. The action '\\'as' so''' quick :,'sporting public) life today," and because c ', j jCLEWISTON .

Yours truly, the British government 'some 45 'did' 'not he never has forgotten his boy-
that many of the spectators
;years ago for exhibition in its patent I hood fd lends that the Yankee's home
ti', R. C. POWELL see the warden's signal. VETERANS CLUB )
office museum at South Kensington, run king. 'would like to see him elec't.e'l :

I. London. J "
I. .. LEGAL'NOTICE Pleasant Memories AIR LEVIATTANS ; "The other day I took a ride down I I" ; I. '
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II< NOTICEIn "This little machine which was ,- to Oliver street in New York city l .... .. ." ."-

made' from my sketch by 'my faithful ,just'' to look at the )little j 'two.by-four' r. !' .n. 'k. -::: "T'.u.... -, "' '' '." ..

compliance with Section .244,. associate' the late John Kruesi, more I Washington.-Dr. Hugo Eckner, home' that Governor Smith ,was born .- ,, "

Revised General Statutes of Florida, than 51 ;ears'ago, brings to my mind designer and builder of the Graf Zep- in.It. reminded me of my own two. -

notice is hereby! given that the many pleasant memories, especially pelin and master of' Its flight to the four home in Baltimore, and what ,a ', .' .. "-\'/ '
County Commissioners of Hendry
County, Florida, at :a meeting\ heldon the remembrance of the fact that it United States from Germany, reveal. wonderful( thing it is to .think. that I ... ,, n .. ; ; .
Wednesday, October 17th, ''1928, :worked perfectly on the first trial ed for the first time his plan to build whether 'you were raised by poor parents : : : : :: :: ; :: : : ;" >, : ; :

for the purpose of examining and when I shouted into it "Mary Had a four leviathans of the ''air ,faster much in Oliver ,street, New York, or ,,, . . ; : .. .

n. revising the registration books of Little Lamb" and heard the repro. by poor: parents. on the river front : '
larger than steamship. I :
Hendry County, Florida, erased any .' ,.. ,., <. -' :
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duction-or
9 therefrom the names of all such as these words."I His young son Knute a, blond in Baltimore that there is a chance "

have died, or removed from the County greatly appreciate the courtesy is 'sat near l him, the boy ulio; Adon-I for every boy to, get to the top in. YOUR, APPEAR '. _: .

or from one district to anotherin of the British government in returning ed out on the 'great port fin of the America, whether he wants, to be' a "j

the County, or who are otherwise' this first phonograph to my pos dirigible when it was damaged and I president. or a ball player. .
disqualified to vote, as follows, to. i I ,
wit: session. My original electric lamp is made repairs. His large blue eyes \

Precinct Two ((2) : Jimmie Blount, still in the museum at South Ken were gazing through the window into NEW AIRPORT\ .. : i

W. M. Altman, Joe O. Clark, Marie sington I but that will remain the as the spaces from the ,National Jacksonville.-The plans and spe- ,;'.." ..I..\'. -, ,, : .., :_ J&;" ,..':,.._ '. :.
Dort, L. D. Dort, W. H. Faulk, :Mrs. -: ; :
W. H. Faulk, W. A. Warnack. it was a present from me. Press club skyscraper where his father cifications for the enlargement of r .- .. .. .(. ,'I ',. .-
Precinct Three, ((3)) : Coy :Mercer, I was addressing newspapermen the municipal! airport facilities prob- : j.' r..; '\;! ,.U 'hir't f t \. t i

J. D. Pope, :Mrs. J, D.Pope. Corrie "I will pilot the first of the new. ably will be completed by Monday, .,"," ,:", i

.D. Strickland, John F Watson HICKMAN. DIES, ships which my'' father'' is to build," and bids. asked for on, the work by p atronizei! '
Precinct Four ((4)) : B, Boisclair. : .
M, F. Boisclair, Isabel W. Boisclair; San Quentin Prison, Cal:William he said. to' Dr. Otto Kiep charge d'af. the city commission, it was, stated +; .;, ,: r

W. R, Hlnely. Edward Hickman paid his legal debtto faires of the'' German embassy who by Commissioner T. C. Imeson, in-

Precinct ((5)) : J. A.. Harden, JohnS the state of California whe he was eat next to him. I charge, of the airport.Improvements / HLaundry : !
Fish Your Home ,
hanged for: the murder of 12.year Dr.: ma.nneredman ,planned at the air.
Precinct Six ((6)/) : 'L. L.. Mayo; .
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and that the County/ Commission. old ,Marion :Parker, Los Angeles as he is had his somewhat ponderous port include an addition to the pres. \ ,. :.., .: .' I .. t

of Florida will school> girl, last '' end hangar building to be used by .. \ .
ers Hendry County; ;, ) December? jaw out his usually kind grey eyes '' .. I'
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meet on Saturday, October 27th, '' ", \. "
Hickman was hanged at 1010; a.m. were snappy as he championed! 'the as an office and parts department by ,. .. : .
1928, at 10:00 o'clock, A. :M at-the-" : ,{, #
t 'fJfteen minutes later ride'on'' the the 'Pitcairn Aviation, Incorporated :. ,
:; was pro. future craft which are to > ,
p Court House in the City of LaBelle, "
Hendry' County,: Florida, for the pur. nounced ,dead. His neck was not broken clouds instead of the waves. which'' will' operate .the air mail line : : 'i .j

pose of restoring' to the said' registration I as. is. usually.. ; the ,case; he was He' made no 'effort'' to resent com through here from Miami to tAlanta'I "S '' STEAM '

which 'have books;been any of wrongfully the:above n or m erroneously s'j strangled to death '.This was becauseat parisons of his flight to 'the United after December '1. Additional hangar : CLEWISTON. LAUNDRY .:..:: .
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the last second '' timeof to house 'or 'more air
I erased or stricken off pro. before the trap States with the regular sailing' space seven .

vided 'such person'' shall :make 'such was ,sprug, hecb gan' to''collapse steamships planes of average. size will be COD0 CI- Florida. "'-1' ,&
fact appear to the satisfaction ,n of f eWlston. '

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,t. the said Board of County. Com : -.'. "' }-' I-- ... '-- -- ,'
v sioners. .. "if,. 'fl. 1 -' : :
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Chairman B of County : .
mIssioners of Hendry County, Flor.,. I;'. I. : I,.. ., j ,:(Il. (' ./,". .,.. ,4-....... ip. ,... ...,. .. .....:..f. ', ('. '.. ....'. I Ij i
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Attest: William THull, t I" : .;d) ;1 ,: ., : : ist :'ec:: \c..... 'd"U t ;. Sur 'o" Xte' .rffr; .' ,;:'\\Jaj: rPy '
Clerk c .; : ; ; : : :; .c .t>') ,;' :/. :'. ;"; :'" r<' ': i" : '\: .\,, :.::",,: "0 ..,'- J.:. '

,1d -$atlflt4'. : JT31tG }' p.' .:- :. .. "?e'nt.j

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.In 1 the Circuit Court of the Twelfth ""Z'ic':\ ; : :! I ; : : .. (I. '. : ,.. of' aa.. ... i. ;harttlS;I. 'aa: )':'J'rn -,t1 : ''!stir :rag&: :'f1I rr!!( e l {;.l;':'i.;I) 9 ., Jf' :, ..:

.Judicial Circuit of the State of : CONFIDENCEj1). :. ; Cleanliness is.next Godliness,
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Florida In and for the "County... of S : : ; .dHk'\.tU., II .. .UI 1, ,th: .J'I' ju I t;" { H-* "ra'L: :- '. .r. u r. I*9. :: 1Ji!

i Henrfry.. In Chancery.. :\ .i. ,. : ... <, ., 1,
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Hugh McLeod, Complainant, ;Il .00. : 'r .... ,, ,1'Ki kJ ** >L.f:I, '.' .
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:. Thomas O'Brien and Thelma O'Brien, ; '.. : : ,. I ; :
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bis wife, W. H. Reynolds and Anna -
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,,i Reilly P. Reynolds and Mary, his Reilly wife,, his Raymond wife, .' '--\f':\. : >' ;. : .. :,'. ," .....' :;':r'.!,:<>, :.;vu<,: ;,1,.' ;: ::'j ( .. ,i. '


I 'his and wife Cecil, Defendants.T. Hyde and Mary Hyde, I The manner in which we have built' l homes' and'busifness ;' -'; .'. '. .1 I .... r.imz. "- H. ,;:fJ :. .;

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Order Publication.. -\ buildings won : 7
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residence filed It appearing'frani'in the of the above- defendants< 'cause-: '.(the that"affidavit Thomas- the"J j .'c. .i'J '' 7 J.i officials; : of the Southern Sugar Company. ., ..... .:.. ., '' I I R. ween Suppe( !.: :::,;>:i i


0' .O'BrIan ,Thelma O'Brian his wife, ,t In awarding the contract for the new addition j.' to :the ..i. "" 1 :; iShieks i
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1, Raymond Reilly ,and Mary: Reilly his .. {

wifeCecil T.. Hyde and' Mary Hyde; : :. : ': 'f present administration 'building this was taken into. con". ,." Pirate. Ballet Dancers, Tramps,':;:". 'P ;.. j

his wife are unknown, that the defen- 1

dents W.H Reynolds and Anna P. Reynolds .' ', iv' (': r '. sI eratlon. "" .. and Mandarms.' .1.' '{y j

his wife, are non-residents of
the State of Florida, and that the will be found at the Watanabe Hotel '
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place of residence and post office i :. "IF : '' : :''. .J In building your home or ,business block:the confidence "
address of the said W. H. Reynolds ;! I
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and particularly Anna P.as' Reynolds the same, his is known wife, as to. :I :.', ;in,.your contractor should have considerable weight :in:' M Tuesday Evening October 30th. ; .' :

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the affiant is General Delivery, VI1hsca .
Iowa; that there is no person I ; "' '. '(awarding your work. Proven ability is the best example I H '
When Halloween Supper Will be Giv ,
In the State of Florida upon whom I a

the service of a subpoena would bind | of the kind of work that be into home. .':
any of said defendants; and that the : can put your .; ,.: m The Veteran's Dance at the Inn will be h : )
.said defendants are each of them i l' '
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We builders of better built ,, i'l .
over the age of twenty-one years; i! are buildings. ;
after
it is therefore ordered that slid defendants P \ : jg immediately supper. '.
,. each and all of them, be', :. : : ... !' \ .
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they. are hereby required to appear : '.: ; "
to the Bill of Complaint filed $ All Veterans are invited to bring their w".:

in said cause on or before Monday, I : &

the 5th day of November, A. D. 192S, I| .;, : '-:, r ., J.,.z; ..'_r h, 0':,:,',.; G' ''B HEARD: fe. and sweethearts to this party. ;;
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otherwise the allegations of said Bill !i I 1 .
of Complaint will be '
taken as con- ',:
resse'by said defendants. j .; : : .: f : '. 1fe \ '
< < < < Wear Your Masks.
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It Is further ordered that this or ;: -/ ,. ', '. :\, ,.,

der be published once a week" for ; ,:Formerly Gordon and Heard. .. .,',', :.,; ., I '. ...
four consecutive "Clew- .
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weeks in the ., I. '
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Iston News, a weekly newspaper of| I ,v I/ '

general circulation in said County i ;. ;!' ( 1
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.S' and State. I Designers and Builders : r I ," :..!I': : ROAST PIG I CREAM CHICKE: :

; Done and ordered in LaBelle' Flor-J ;. ':.
,* Done e .' FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
Ida,. this 24th day of September, < : .
of ::
iD.. 1928. A.t c. '
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J ,. (SEAL) "I" .. :; : : TOMATO SALAD PIE'I..
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WILLIAM T. HULL i ,
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I Clerk of Circuit Court. I '., l ; )L5: '; \i : -Better. : ", Homes ", .. .or'-, MILK TEA COFFEESix .
SELDEN L. STEWART '( '.. : c \ ; I '1 \r: \ ,.) -''-., \ \, '. '_ ':" .
'Solicitor for ""I '" IV ,..' .; .
Complainant. :.
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State of Florida! \ .- .' Clewiston' ->. "': :- -:: < Florida ., .,, until Eight-50 cents. .
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County of He'idiy) I : r ; "I "( .

zIJ a I hereby certify that the above I II I :;.' ": .

Wand foregoing ,s a true copy I 'of the : .. .' \WATANABE'HOTELr' .

original Order of Publication i made in J ; ... : ,
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said cause;ba'file in my office. 1! ", .,' 1 .
LaDelleIi1I' !| ,. : ,
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!i Successor The to Clewiston The Clewiston News Progress I An Accidental Accomplice I CABBAGES AND KINGS


Entered as second-class matter February S, 1928, at: the post office, -- -.. .

Bt Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. BY WILLIAM JOHNSTON "for taking me there. I had a most The town is buzzing with talk of the masque dance, and from all\ indications
Doubcday Doran & f
Copyright 1928, (
enjoyable I had Idea that'Jthat :
evening. no
Publisher. II it .will be quite an affair. We hear. wild stories of ballet dancers,
LOUIS MORGAN . . . Company people like we saw tonight t

WHAT HAS GONE ON, BEFORE. poor people-got so much out of life." girls If all these costumes are in evidence, particularly the tiger skin, it

rOM SMITH . . '. : . . '. Editor. "Those people aren't; poor," cried cave women. with skins draped on them, dazzling senoritas and even harem 1

Rates WHAT HAS GONE; ON BEFORE. Mason Idnignautly. "It is the rich 1 '
Subscription will probably be more of a Clewiston: Review: than a dance.. .
Carol Dare, New York society girl people who are poor, the people who I i

By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida. engaged to Beverly Weeks, scion ofa live just to make money, and then --y ,r NI I

One year $2.50 One year $2.00 wealthy family consults an orientalto more money. Music and dancing may now be enjoyed during meal time In the Clew. I 1
Six months :' 1-50 Six months 1.00 learn whether she will be happy "Every one of those people you met r

Three months : r 1.25. Three months 1 .75 I and Is 'told to wait: She later meets tonight is living the life he wants to iston Inn dining room.? With, a golf course in the making it wont be long till :

Alan, Mason who proves to be a realfrien'd live, doing the things he wants to Clewiston'' will haveits groupof Big City Tired Busness Menn. .

NEWS' PLATFORM when her father) Is arrested do* People with a lot of money cant .

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee', with 'water, transportation. on"a embezzlement charge, the resultof ,do as they -wish They 'livefor show;
.. Our wise.cracfing foreman says lots of men would make great lawyers
and
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation a plot? by Prosper Strong a busi- for society. They are bound down bya

t concentration 'or products. \ ness rival In prison_ her father Is lot of conventions.. rich people only they can't pass the bar. i I I

t;" 3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on 'Ve.getables. and poisoned, Carol taking the advice of aren't happy. It is the people who I !

. other products of this region to the northern markets. : an escaped convict whom she, be- work. Down in Fort Myers they're planning bi things for Armistice. Day. :
4. The ft* functioning of a cooperative marketing association for I friended engages as her counsel Ben "You hear people all the time talk. \ I
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Clewisr'on j
:A costumer would in the next week .
prosper during
about the ...
L both buying and selling purposes. ny Bergman a rising criminal lawyerIn ing wretched poor and pity- .--1
I addition to handling her 'case, Ing them., It is the rich who ought _- "
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\: FRIDAY OCTOBER '26, 1928 Bergman also suggests that she enter to be pitied. The poor ''have far the Mount Dora is taking a Red Head census. What a scientific pursuit!

':. .. I .. the movies as a means of support, best time in life.. Work is the only I
.v, thing in life worth while-work, do.
since her father was left penniless
"; 1 The Duff house, practically completed; the Bishop house. nearing completion I
when arrested. ing something, achieving something. I
."'. '. .. THE WINTER 'SEASON .. :r, After considerable though: she 'Even trying to do something when I :Mrs. Kynett an dMiss Lydig each building homes; contracts awardedfor I I II

}'.. J i imd ir agrees to take Bergman's advice and you fail Is interesting" a second group of ten houses-and;: two more houses to be started within : I II

agrees to consult a movie magnate. "But," objected Carol, "when people -I
work the next few days: Yes things are certainly: !dull at Clewiston. "
when they try to do things,
Now I I
I Go On With The Story .
: through the north
r 'Cities : towns tlrt'augh' Florida are broadcasting I. ..
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s
men- "
that they sire prepared 'to 'accommodate large 'armies of tourists- and many "Take. me, for instance," he cried 6 Mrs. ,Peggy Bucher's dancing class a success., Naturally!! ,:
"Indeed they are not, cried Ma

,; of them state that despite the recent storm,. thousands of letters requesting! enthusiastically1. "I 'work>in a furnL: son warmly."People have to have I ; I

ture factory. We own It. All the some money to live, it is true,. and
being -rec h-e Florida will undoubtdly njoy a brisk winter Now that we have a dancing class'why not include the Cuban Son.: It's
Information are '
The furniture we are turning out is everybody tries to make enough for .' I

season again this year and the st cities_ and towns are now going through wonderful, honestly made and antis that. But most of the real work isn't far more graceful and less tiring than these hoity toity red hot fox trots.'

workers have an equal share in it done for money. The, poet who writes --

.their fall cleaning-period In preparation for the guests. Everyone of us workmen takes good verse isn't doing it just for the He dry county politicians evidently. figure it is more; blessed to, give I

pride in seeing that every chair, every money.He is trying to express the I
sound at than to receive in passing out verbal black eyes for the opposition:
the most conclusive indication of the prosperity
: Probably table, every bed that leaves the beautiful thoughts in his brains. "ff. I

lewiston Is the fact that we are passing. from the summer into the winter factory is the best we can make. be. "The architect who plans 'a beautI. In ancient mythology, there was a creature half man and half goat The \, I,

cause, you see, it is our own." ful building isn't working for money.

season with hart ly 'any'noticeable preparation. Summer or. winter, conditions, Chapter Twenty.Nine The man who writes a good book, the animal isn't a myth now Ask Dad.Ashville Citizen. i

MONEY IS NOTHINGA man who does anything creative, I
here are prosperous and this is largely-In fact solely because of the operations A New York man recently went to jail rather than pay for an omelet I Ii
mere workman! Carol gazed at with his' whole heart In it, the man i

E' of the Southern Sugar company in this section. \ him in amazement. She recalled the who strives' to make the world a which he ordered but couldn't eat. You. can't beat that. .. '.:

t evidence she had of his foreign trav. more comfortable, 'a more beautiful r rIg

>i\ri. industrial city 'With substantial. payrolls does not allegations are true the latest to prove that America is still a land
talked so intelligently, she had felt for money."A .
:five. months tourist season for a prosperous business year and throughoutThe 'I of great opportunities is ,the Philadelphia police captain said to have accum.
+. than just workman, a mere furni- man who makes good honest :

past six months,when other ommunities of the state were, weathering certain he must be something more furniture, who tries to surround peo- ulated $250,000 in two years.-Boston Transcript. .
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ture-maker. She decided to try to ple in their homes with artistic things .

,, a 'dull summer slump, 'Clewiston was enjoying propserity. draw ,him out further. Some of the who tries to teach them to appreciate \ I
I JJoe Zilch the pot laureate of Immokalee sent this one:
bits of financial philosophy she had good lines in chairs ana tables, /.. I

> The 1,500 ton a day sugar mill is nearing completion ;and ;.arrival' of hu u. subconsciously absorbed at her fa. has a far higher aim than money. ,1 i 'My ten year old kid is now in Dutch.. \

ther's table came floating back Into :Money's: nothing, I tell you, but a -:
He put a caster on Grandfather's crutch: .
dreds of workers will ;increase'the ,prosperity here. ,her mind mere record, an index, mere book. J
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u'But to'run: 'a factory; ," she objected keeping." 1 t
climate
: of
,,: Clewiston with its wonderful > opportunity far hunting sough *
"you have to have capital. Where "It may be nothing," said Carol And now some forest fires a.re being. laid at the doors of cigarette amok- !

here and aroximity. : of Lake Okeechobee for fishing has strong attrac. did you and your fellow-workmen get sadly, as she bade him good night,
ers.Even. If blindfolded a "pill" smoker ocght to look where he throws his
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the capital? "but it is mighty Important when
Lion lor winter residents but the real basis for its. prosperity .is that 'which .I '
"Of course,*' said Mason, a bit con. you haven't any" butts.-TimesUnion.That's. a hot one.

'. 4s'.far more eubstastial-payrolls. 'fused by her question, "you cannot I And that night, as she slowly.' une- I Calvary regains former prestige as'army weapon.-Newspaper' headline.

'0 .4 make the world over in a day.If dressed, she said to herself: .

g' ..'P.''., '..:- ..."....-1; "''Y": .......'". ,-".-.;, J.-. .. .. -.. '. _..._-,' ._.. _. jail'.thejword! ] _work..was, on:-a'ooPer.:"- ; I: ;" ., t Coued 'ext': wee jO)'i__: ::rv.I.That" .1(..i....will._. ., ''-f-r-probably-....-send. ,up. "-"the- ',,.prie...... ,pr'... beef. -r. _,
: v.' ., ) :. :'1': ative basis, _"things. would"be vastly) ..

W-ORIDA'S VARIED INDUSTRIESAn ': J. ". different. All capital would be own. I I.
: .r.-- BramiMHBmmra fli HigfBfgfgTBigfi ,r.. I
I ed in common, by all the people. l ;- t

interesting statement .sent out from Tallahassee recently calls attention "Why, you're a socialist, or an anarchist 'Vi'

to the diversity ,of occupations and the variety at products credited ,' .. !" exclaimed Carol horrified : _' : ," ,"..- : 'ki-' : ;'"', ; .+:.., ,

4i. "I am not sure just what I am(" .. ... .. .. J .
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f'' toFlnrida: Dole and plants operating> in the state. The list ,4s ,so ';long and said Mason, coloring a little. "I be.. .. ., :, vr. ,; ; --
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long to no party I try'' to think for ', : '
the ;titles ''SO unusual, :in many Ceases, that the average: onlooker :would be myself about: everything. Capital as-

surprised, and probably amazed when told of: the excellent results ,obtained I Bee it Is nothing but accumulatedwork. '


and steady advance made towards industrial, fame. Florida Js ,essentiallyan ', eraIly. some Wealth one is else'a merely work work, that, gen the :: Dance As You Dine i

so-called
wealthy person has manag.ed ,
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agricultural, stat; its Incomparable climate and peculiar Advantages of. : I
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to get hold of, often by force or ..' .' .: I
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'v fered. in many ways i
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it himself some of his ancestors did. :...:, :
9 truckman and stock raiser and WOnltrp fancier; twit the possibilities oi "mak- "Money is :: :.' .. ,
merely .
record
a of ac- '-. '

i '}ing :things are also Apparent, .it seems. Inventors and experimenters and" cumulated work, and unfortunately : ,, \. : I II

the record doesn't show, the methods i I '=... I II
: delvers Into scientific .problems shave found material and in.c.entive'Ior' their by which the accumulation- was made. !I I 1 I Ir

1 endeavors. here and many things..are made in Florida that, cannot be as But under corrected conditions the I I r '" q In keeping with the Inn's policy of service to the guests, 1

workmen themselves will be able to I I ,

conveniently! or efficiently produced elsewhere. supply their own capital. It will' come I I ':" ,. :: victrola music is now played every evening during dinner. j I

whenever they get together and insist I

; In a skeichy resume of the :industrial activities observed in the stat on retaining for themselves the I.' !

wealth they create." : Popularity of this service is already'reflected in! ,
tt' new
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., It' is told that FJorida boast ,
can of :
,: as great a diversity of industries as any "But,** ,persisted Carol, "you have -

> of country inthe not tpld. me yet where the the increase in the number ot' dinners., r
:;,.. jjectioa world. Rare and somewhat rare products are noted capital .:.\- r: ." .:'. < ;:. .:.J ,
f :
came :oni that "
started
:,,$.", .in various parts of the stake, the information shoying that the many plants "It happens-it just happens your factory.," Mason .1 ..;: .:. '::',/.- :...'.!;>./ .. ::x::;. :..... .n '. I

t.: range "from the unique to the' obvious," and 'from limited and small admitted reluctantly, "that I was I .,;: It.;: t'r; : ...., YOUR FAVORITE REC.ORDj" ):: -:.: :_ :. ".''- : : f 11

,. very able to supply It." ;;! ;J 3<;> ::., '. .,: \ :.:\;: ,:
to :
capacity extensive, and include edible and non.edible offerings. A list of "And where did it?" .. I
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get
you ; : ." .
-'jI-i-/: ; ;; ': ..'" The new improvement IS for :your benefit.Nameyour :--

b rl'' .: articles and products manufactured" in.Florida would fill a page of print, and "I"And happened if you to hadn't have had inherited that capital it."i ,. .' :' :,:''<'.. ,:'-" : favorite record and it will// be played: 'for''you' ,,.;t"'. '.- ",. .' .:' :-: I

i: It is indicated that :a number of new industries are "heading this way" from if you hadn't inherited it, you I : ; :';' : ; I

' ', other states. sAxnouz could not have started your factory." :r : { : :, '
Untrained '
fI though Carol 'was bothin )
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finance and in argument, she had ) '1':"
;; the bIg propositions. in an industrial way it is remarked that 'a absorbed far: more than she realized : '< "
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half-million-dollar] ; 1 fi"ir:; the crireigallons of ": The Clewiston Inn .
t .organization has been formed in Putnam county for .the her father ,< > :) :
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hit tssoclatos, and she had a .. .. .. -.. .I' I fI
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t: develonnient: of a thousand acres of vineyards Raising grapes in huge, quantity I most direct and disconcerting way of -.;, "' .' .,: ...'..-.., t .,.of: ,': I
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new idea here ; : '
: but viniculture has .. .
been proved sue. : I
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I theories : .. .. ...., ., ,.. :'
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cussful\ in a small way and the industry is expanding. An Orlando firm is I IIInut," he tried to explain, "don't- I :':. '- t' : I : ':; ._ Clewiston, Florida '. :<;} "r"t. t .I I
you see,! that I had J .'. '
| no right to inherit '. 1''Z: : \'
said to :
be expecting to ... .
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sell 150.000 gallons of pure Florida orange juice to l j thi money? I had done nothing to 'f''',. ,..".',.'. ,. .,....,.;:-' I I. ,
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a distributor. in a neighboring state, the .product to be retailed though) ma.chiueQDerated .J earn It, nothing to deserve, it noth. i : : ; : : ::; ;.

,* Ing Whatever I jast by accident hap. ? ,::>, ?. ,,, '
vendors. Raising narcissus bulbs is already established asa pened to be born into a l : ..
family that ,
,fine and profitable had acquired it. I could not feel that ; '., _,,._; .."_.,,\" ,.;.!. .'. _'_.... 'J" ". .\ '.. ,.., ;,. 0, ..- r" .' ".1'' .', ,. ..... .',''">,'- '. II ,"
although it hadn't been ;- ,:- '
though of in the state this inherited money belonged to me, ?:! .,. >;: : /. ,.. ,; r.'o, ',. : ';' ; ', '. \ I

a few years ago Volusia county bulb srovrersare, said to have received $16,. so I took It and started the factory. -' -... ,

000 for a single carload. Florida Of course, we workmen together on \ ,:-'r I
is declared by experts to be the II 15y
best suited a much smaller .
scale

for bulb reduction, and now taking great interest in this important activity. started just the same., Ifaving could have the In The Center Of Americans New SiegarJ3pzcl: I ,:

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money enabled us to start on a larger I
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, Establishing a "nursery packing house near Mount Dora, the promoters scale" I < Clewiston Fla. Open All Summer, '
"What I
If your money is lost?" Will ,:' .
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; /eel that there isn't ", Iv
like t:d
anything just they *
it anywhere else. Nursery: pay you back? .4f "
"Of course, not .' i .. S r ; *1
stock is handled scientifically and Why should they? ", "J. \ #
for '
prepared "
delivery
far
and
near.' -Mason answered All :
through the din
Raisin ferns and With the exception! of a few eating Place" in Louisiana the Clewiston Inn is: ;l
flowering plants occupy the time and attention of manyin ner they argued, and though Carol'sconCidence .
narlda. but ills in DeLand that a plant is In_ her adviser? had been i] the only hotel in the South which serves. French, Drip Coffee. We also; serve: ;1 1Ij .
expecting to handle ferns and '
other badly shaken by the radical vIews. > Maxwell House American Coffee. % + \ I
forms of wild and cultivated ? ,: tt .
foliage by secret process to preserve. them' he had expressed, she had enjoyedthe "
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indefinitely. .Jacksonville Times.Union whole evening."I I "
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want to thank: you," she said, [| ftu k raf Pr gRattarRril4i
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.lll r" FRIDAY: OCTOBER, 1928 CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEW1STON FLORIDA -

rage
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f Reeves Letter ', _._ -_ '- :_- ': _. _-.: ..-'h. ...'.1.-- ., o '

Proves Fallacy 7Jon.f11. Clewiston Plumbing
Of Taxes Scare :
'S' use Company
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it .' ... Contractors
built along these tar-fetched lines. "
Arme
faction opposing the Service ..."
The minority

) 901'candidacy reelection of Hurd as tax Reeves assessor, candidate were G. W. Gordon C'Oo J. W. Armeson \:;

j-ping unsuccessfully for an answerto "
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his statistics taken from the coun. !
Clean To Use
iy records. The information contain ; DR. P. H. JONES, Dentist

ed in his letter backed with the statement ";, .".'. ." ,. ': I Certain In Action h
that information can be veri.. ': ; i ,GuaranteedBOTTLE Moore. Haven, Fla.
lied in the office of the circuit clerkof i-*!
Is follows 'f. : SOc I will be In my office in Moore
Hendry county as : DESIGNER AND BUILDER .. :: : '.
.' Ground Itch, s
In 1925, the town of LaBelle was ,. Tropical Sores
-" .. '. .Haven on the following .dales: .f.
assessed on the Hendry county tax '. ... ./, f I Muck Itch, Ring Worm "
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roll at $185.710 and in 1926 it was ; ;" ,I IT YIELDS LIKE MAGIC Nov. 5.6.7.8.9.10-26.27
assessed at $324,420; and in 1927 It :...,-. Succeeding Gordon & Heard : : ; For Sale by All Druggists 28-29.30.

|was assessed at $237,545; and, Jn ;.'.;' -, .-.\t;. 1706, N. W. 36 St. Miami, Fla. I Dec. 1171819202122. ..
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..,._, 192S it was assessed at $131,280, ;. : : ,. ;:;, ,
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tf making a reducetion from 1926 to ,,.." ; :. ': ... ;" ,. :,..;,'", '/ :"..: .:,. ",-
1927 of $86,875; and from 1927 to ,
1928 a reduction of $106,265; or, $54- l' ..':!'-' ;. :: : ',.. --' :: -. .
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43ft less than in 1925. .: ... r' _, i : : : ,
Now in '1925, there was no town ., .. .,. Q! r l: C( elalf.nd '
k slteat Clewiston, and in fact thereis ?

no incorporated town yet, there.. Thirty in the building lines has that
rOle: I shall give you the figures on years taught us ex- l'T

township 43, range 34 and also township pertfect mechanics are one of the requirements in doing per [}

43, range 29 with the latter in. work. We have the best in this section and at any ,.:.. .. :. .

eluding LaBelle, as follows,: time invite .'.I.:;. .. :. ., : '.
LaBelle Clewiston your' examination our our storm and hurri- :: ;
.' .,.'s' ':'-:; :f?' ',. 'o OYIctafJ ;"' .
43-34 : r"
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Twp 43-29 Twp. cane proof construction. We are graduate designers, '.. :' .'. .:' .' :,

1926 1925-$308,550- 515,310 1926 1925-S1,8SO-168,085 holding second highest grade granted for such efficiency.We > <-

1927401,955 1927-125,479 ,also hold Structural Engineer Diploma as wel .

1928- 234,960 1928-135,500 well C( Jd/l&
l/l I & icivt
You will not from above, that G 1cc C(Jd.

", 43-34 which is the Clewiston com.
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G.J. -- '
i I .' munity has increased from 1925 vaL '.
- f nation to 1928 valuation, $53,620; and J :

increased for year of 1928, $10,021;; .. I ... //ce= f5Al1e: .PcY&J fJle.JedMlce g1fo "e ,? while LaBelle' township 43-29, showsa I y. I

decrease for 1925 to 1928 ,of $ 5-, as being registered as Architect and Engineer. The planning ,. .9 ;.p/ yes fll 1llr/a
590 and total reduction from 1926 c./ .
a of your: buildings costs you nothing when we do i it,, !
(the highest year) $280,350; and a .,
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for we give that service along with the superb work > :,.
reduction in the last year of you .::

995, which, in the final $166'-1 manship entering into the work. .:
gives Clewiston with a shortage in I Itif 1 ;i:3 i
acreage of 7,240 acres, '''leaving the ,
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entire township with 15,800 acres; ,".:: ',) : ,;:" ): r :_> :, .1'

while a full township is 23,040 acres. .. .. ; ',;',:t( : : AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING

Thus, Clewiston over 11 sections :._' .: 0 '" S. .;.
short is now assessed at $135,500 ; ", < .... :' '... .. ,.
Calhus before ; ? '
build 0 .
., against LaBelle thecounty seat $234,. you ,' :. '. ; ': >::' ;, ...1
'', 960, Clewiston having' made a a, gainof : ; "., )" : "::b.r.

60 per cent against LaBelle losing_ "; : .: : 1 i9! k; ':' ',: : : Let us save you money on repairing your old :'.;:

over 29 per centin the last four 1 ; : ;i :i }; : .. .

years. The above figures can be verified : : 1 '.:(. ;;.. ; ; car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled
in the office the circuit .'." '.JO'J',:,' ; .i' ;{. ;". : '' .; .. .
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I ''" workmen and our_ prices are based on the lowest :.
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Sworn and. : : -
subscribed to before possible working conditions. :
me at LaBelle, Florida, this the 10th "i" i"-'C.- .i. "J" ,

I A'if .& Clerk '. shop, acetelyn welding, all kinds of +
\, of the Circuit Court in and ...
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for '
Hendry
1 County automobile work. ?

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Duff Is Married. i ,
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years ago from St. Louis in '"I : :. PORDSONEFFICIENCY
connec. ': .:: .
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tion with the sugar: cane possibility '.J I' ;:. .. '.. ._. '.
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investigations ..' '
then being conducted. ; : : ;
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As: president of the board of super : : i. An Announcement-' '" .

'.. .. trl visors t, he of was the. in Sugarland direct charge drainage of dis.the :; '. *T': ,:;:; :., :-::;:*** l i if ;

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drainage operations here 0: '
M1. and his a p. \ :; ., ; ':' "' it'.:; -
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e f. ago Clewiston was announced four months We have arranged with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Butler":in"' : ..... '
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b r' ,' :He is active in civic affairs and is the Davison Apartments to accept and deliver any Laun. : I S

.,, an's commander club composed.of the Clewiston of World Veter dry and Dry Cleaning work, when the convenience. of the .: ;. :. ,. '
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J. <:1Mr.. .and Mrs. Duff"vill return There ,'. : .
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Clewiston '
early next .
week. Routeman to come in contact while in the. :Af. ti:}' '!1' : .
city. There are : : i};, ',\ ,., :
Heard Awarded ''others' too, for whom our Roueman may have bundles,

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.-. Contract For are found away from home. In such cases, their bundles + We are equipped to do your building at the

New Building Will Be Left'At The Davison Apartments, to be called for

.. '::. -- there. | lowest prices consistent with the best constru

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.:' second Awarding ten houses the contracts Is not intended for the asa This arrangement has been made to avoid possible inconvenience I We use the best workmen and power, machin,

I solution to the house shortage prob. by delay in delivery that would otherwise ''be", .
r-". l lem, officials of the .
company pointed
((1 j out but arc built merely as a mea. necessarily occasioned. !|J ery, and our services cover all branches of

t sure of relief to afford homes for the :'. -. .
C construction. ..
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fcundieds
to in connection of workers with the coming operation in here of We wish to take this occasion to thank the people of

-. the 1,500 ton a day sugar mill whichis Clewiston for the liberal encouragement you have so liberally -

Construction rapidly nearing completion. given our services. We feel that this presages the .
of the new administration :. .
;, beginning of a business relation that .
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building it was explained will as we get better acquainted

afford considerable relief in the offices will grow mutually better appreciated.
of the
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Southern Sugar company for the
present cramped quarters have been -.

:., ? proven inadequate since the arrival ..Appreciatively, .
j)or officials and personnel of the

sugar company.Tuesday .

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Tuesday night October 30 is the
date of the Halloween .dance to be : \ CROW
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Several people both:? In Clewiston
and LaBelle were of the opinion BROTHERS
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the night of Halloween but those I General Contractors
oj In charge of the dance explainedit
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is being held on Tuesday night, Clewiston Florida
: Halloween eve. :
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r strutted at the field, as tli-j present I.1 1 .
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hangar is not expected. to be ade. : ,
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her 1 fr j .... I The tenants in the Hopkins Block, Pearson f
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transient airplanes : 't. .
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the winter months. '" r. ) were not inconvenienced by the storm. .
''during The work will be financed''through ', '.:-- : : J'Kf: : :"f J.Us .
: : Absolutely" loss
; no was sustainied. .
the sale of $10,000 WOI" h of (the $100. : ,, '
000 bond issue voted three years ago r : iiAr:1' 'N I W
A'PRE
for the development of th ; a.rport : : .... '' New. unit ready .for occupany by Oct, ? 24th.r.
So far only $50,000 has. bleu spentto : ;
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give this city one of the finest:; 1"y} ,:, )' >>'; : ;,\, I It, ; "
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\ ," gallons Florida, '...Tallahassee' of during GAS gasoline SALES.the- were Nearly nibiith HEAVY) consumed% of 10,000,000: septem-/in / I :: ':,;.:;;;. f ),r! >;:':;i;,:::': ;(,/:' i- I':: ; ,>;' :,: : ;" ;:: w' :t'i.;: : %,:: : 7,. L I i H,I:r i!\ ,. ..1 >, -' .'' v ..,' EdisonC.' .''<' .,. |''>:'.;_ .' S pee.J I r V '' ,, '0." :;w, .'



ber, the inspection division! : ;'! Licensed Real J Estate Broker -*':+;.: '. 11

'stato department of agriculture I .I i ., I. a PP,rec. i.ate ,t. G united support of the citizens of Herr ., 1 ''i ..... I
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:; A total of 15,836,855 gallons was County in :.the past and wish to take this opportunity ,. "> :::.i; : ;1

:'us d, upon which the'state inspection :,/ '
.. < confidence MMI I'I N+1N N" " ,." # "++++++++***++*+++++++++*++MINA
tax was paid, and, 86,958 gallons .were I ; _. to express my : in your support on November 6. ,
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agencies I ...
nsumed by -- : .
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which did not carry the tax. I '% .. r. nriinw
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For the same mouth 1,702,102 gallons I ; -
of kerosene bearing the ;ax wore r ",. The .official('; records of my. office'..are :always open, for : "
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:';used The and total 2,400gallons quantity of of signal all three oil ." : '";.' .... your approval and. i ns ection. :.With this i- fact we shall} .exPect i"11 : GOOD FOOD I

con.
classes "of petroleum products :
sumed for the month upon which' the you: to: take advantage of any adverse. rumors 'you (. I
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17,6H,8S0. 'I 'might near., { ?,$ . ... ... .i.f._ : ) ".. .:.. : ,1". '
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.' LINDY TO HUNT : : : : : \ : cafe. the the crowds fill cafe I
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v Mexico_ City.-Col. Charles A.Llnd, : !
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complete The trip rest has for been the airman planned and as,Col.a : <,"Hurd Lo '.Reeves : '$\ We take special care to see that every cus- t I I

Alexander J. MacNab military at- ::;J| tomer is satisfied., This is the reason why they i
tache at the United States embassy 2 -. : I
: : !) continue to patronIze' our business.
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who organized the party hopes Lind- ': I )r,1, ." .:3}. I
berg will be able to stay four or five :' '<,," U r

weeks. It he does the party will go ..", ", ,:. .....r ::1 ; ,, :' : .: : ;cl 1; : Watch! the crowd every day and you will I

also to the. Sierra Madre mountainsin '. .. .. ',' '.' -.'. 41{ Democratic Nominee ,.J UTax ,"\,'. ,::' be convinced that know the kind of food ,
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dwellings. I :" Iohw! w ,.H. '_":A : ", ir "' .. ::4, { that is pleasing. i iJ1.
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2 CHILDREN, 'KILLER ; 'lH: :' : ::1; (.'l ''*"* i):t1,-.', J1. Service S, a: t, is f J a ,, c, 'i:; io n'' I

r ;-4"" New York.,-White Mrs Milton S. ; ;: : : "
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'Waldman, heiress \ .t (' I
to share the
a of OUR MOTTO
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,.millions left by Benjamin' ':: ; : '; : 'iirt ;':: ,ci\ i r ,. I. : I II
Guggen \
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..heim, who was lost in the Titantic ., ,:a"" ...df..,..". ,,,".......'.,.'. ......-t. ,.".,;"," ..;,...,;...,_-:..... .<},,,,, :. ,.\r \_'J( .', ,: \I rl t I

disaster, was waiting :for _a friend to 1 'T. 'JO'C'tI CY'I' '" .. --_ '.,.. .. f ..... .- ." :>< ..' '. ,- : .-- .. SUGAR BOWL CAFE "
return to her Penthouse apartment .",'" -\ ; I
on the roof of the Surrey on East I I 1 '
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Seventy-sixth street his afternoon, \ fiS; Good .Home ,Cooking"Clewiston

her two: children, aged;'J and; ':4, fell 1 Fla.3t' .
over the east r '
coping and were in. -
,stantly killed in a thirteen story:fall.,) r'I, 1
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drinksr -- -new flavor, new deliciousness .,, .. ..!..:v ), ; REASONS FOR CLEWISTON. :' g"8.. .,:;'i I'; 1:

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1 lic ..' I i -tot., !'''Jn} )t recent' storm :w hich, did considerable damage .." :'' = : i

:.d J 'nA (Porto _Rico' ,and"'-in other partS' of Florida, Clewiston escaped -;;; j-: : ..: ;

',, almost untouched. There:: ; was no: .loss of life ando ; .": I!

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."t, -:: ,.,.;: J ," '. ;. tHthe fact that. Clewiston has escaped ;more than once- _(" : I;

,, f when other ,sections hard hit makes: .J I
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r makes' Clewiston the logical location for a townsite on i

the Southern; shore of Lake Okeechobee. "
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Ii. brief stay in a General Electric moving parts enclosed in one hermetically ,.. .+ _. ,.
; Refrigerator, becomes a real treat! ) ',j(. \i )110(1 1 '"pr.. : 1"r ) c.j.-. : J- : "r; _-:. / : ., .
sealed steel casing. Itdoesn't '':;' .. I, ._ '
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15. to proper the refrigerator for the home of :; 'CHAMBER' OF 'COMMER'CE ; '
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when The range of models and prices is f'_ .,'
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Come in. Make close comparisons r' .-. -
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refrigerators '\ : .: ;: .. : .
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.5 the convenience of having a and all others. Your interest j I :-. '

General Electric Refrigerator! No will be welcome, your questions *. .. : ......, .. NEW SUGAR BOWLVfij .r
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a \.:-', cleaning out. of. dogged- drainpipes. will gladly be answered. i; .,.'... J ":- '.: .. r.. : ; '-: : \ :- '... '

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I announce; myself as a candidate' Superintendent. of- Public x *_ j
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,- "'' QUALIFICATIONS x :- from making as close. personal canvass of the. County' as' I }J'rtjsh in
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'. .'* experience in the teaching profession -
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: A CONSIDERABLE : l I am therefore taking this method of annouhciiig/to'you; ( th':1 I I
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covering everything, from primary, grades to senior high school ond.teachers' ::'. V* '* ram **
a candidate for Member of the House of Representatives".of' the l'

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training courses.Four. of these Years, ,, were '
State of .Florida
_ and respectfully. solicit your vote and Influence in
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10 oj '," amount of mud slinging is always, carried onjust ... t ...: all

, : you haven't been here that long ask your neighbor. : who -can, remember my behalf In the coming General Election to be held on November 6. i

'I \ \' .' \. .'. o; .' j before? every .election. 'This is given for \ ,,.t -M ,'I\
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;b' what kind-of school. we1 had. i i. '.:[ *.: In 0rsS that you' may' know something of the.kind.of i _person "

.,; .. \ the sole purpose of hurting the opponents I .
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.: I hold 'a Florida State Life High g School certificate.. 4 that Is asking for your. suffrage will. say that. I was.born on a farm

.' from whom these' statements are made. The in Lumpkin County, eorgia, November 23, 1876. I attended 'the pufilic '

7 r I hold the degrees of,.Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of

& average citizen always loses confidence in schools of my native state and the City Schools of Knoxville, Tens
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t- Pedagogy and have been admitted_ to, practice law In a sister state. '
nessee. After attending Normal College In, Texas, I taught school
such men and their statements. ..-..:- ": ..1' .' .. '
., / ., lived within the present Hendry County limits since 1919, i "'Ai. ,', four 'in Texas
I have.. 'years six years,in Georgia and two years in Oklahoma.
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'f' REASONS = "v, : ): \ since my admission I now hold. license to, Prac- ;
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,: 'I offer the following reasons why you time I I made Florida my. adopted State I have held the tolIowi g \ ;


': ,. You. should'have' for. your Superintendent a man .who t can, teach your sheriff I have always enforced the law public, positions and offices' before coming tb Hendry County; Justice. I'i
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!<<,:,ta I any Igrad' ,, he is supervising' and go into the 'rooms of any teacher without fear or avor., You can depend upon of the Peace for 4 years;' Clerk J and Attorney! for the Board of County, I!


Commissioners of, Pike County, Georgia, 2 years; City Attorney of
continue this service for the four .
(, and be a .x: 'help, ,!to her,; in! ,her, :work. me to next r
. Zebulon, Georgia, 2 years; Councilman and :
Mayor 'Pro.
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. to.:! You should have a'man who fully. believes in 'education and will years. ,. >" 7', v. .. -. .' /- -u. Zebulon, Georgia, 2 County I I.
years; Prosecuting
':" .,..: .. i it. Attorney' of....... Pike

t.. ': .. bend' *.'ever'"' effort .to give )'ou'r children the. best education possible. County, Georgia years; and-City Attorney of Valllant Oklahoma, I I I

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positions and offices ought, at least, to be i
! You should have a man who has had sufficient practical experLv : '" _" : : : :
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>>- I something representing Hendry County In the Legislature
ence in administering schools to get full value for every dollar of
. '. .i I provided the people see fit to_ elect me to such srvice, and are, mentioned I
. '. is fast' being, recognized as one of the leading I
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r. .". '. -j I counties in the state. The law abiding citizens -, ,' I'I
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r :. : : .*% If el cited,'m/y business interests 'will not Interfere with'the duties, ;, '': ; ; to the ,Legislature I know. of nothing that would. divert my time; or. I

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: "of I will give'my time and to the schools If "zISTANUFOR ,. '
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' y, 1 were nod wflling.i and anxious to do this I tibuld' not run for the f I : .. 'L" .'
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P\ ; : i. office. at, all'. ; '',' v.. !. "' I i. .\ ,:;" ,",,' .<.-..,. .-', ..- ," -" .'." ,. ', past fifteen years, I believe will enable. me to weigh and consider. .....


t My motive is to build an efficient school system., t o' help the : both sides of any proposed l legislation that may be presented, at. the
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.' teachers to succeed and to'give to your children and my children the ,

}" .,..",.' ... k<<. ;,, 1>0'J'; '- : ,, .. 1 and county to, the best of my ability. I feel that' qualified to vote intelligently upon every issue that. may. arise' **

:". M.;| (best>and most'complete education and ,training for their life's work I ... ,
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1 : the people ,will stand back of'e in this policy Having consented to place my' name I. before the people. of Hendry

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.' .: MY POLITICS; > -i i:: | you to the best of my ability. .

., you that if I am elected the confidence reposed shall not .betrayed. '|

ca. Politics should' be no more a consideration in selecting: a teacher' : ", \ & --'p

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of': < or Superintendent than it .Is in selecting a family doctor or .a min I ,,,'. ,-' .;.:.,:..,." < :'. '.- .-, -.,_..'...'_....__._.:......"... .. .t:':11 r":'..:':',.,' '. service-that- is possible for; me'. to. render. ,. ," 'l,' i
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t .ister' for yom"'church. As every voter'knows, there are important issues demanding leg.
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: islation at the next session of the Florida L Legislature perhaps* the
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ocrat, always have been aDemocrat, and unless the underlying principles most important 'being taxation The people of 'this State are, groaning'' '

j' I Dan J J1'cLaughli11DEMOCRA'"rfC
under this heavy burden and something must be done -to'relieve the
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.. of the. parties change, I'll, die. .a Democrat. Circumstances made .

I ''present conditions. Flood control, drainage, good roads in South. FlorIda .

'' -it extremely difficult,-almost. impossible. for ,me to run in the pri! NOMINEE for SHERIFF' .
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,/- ., ., ..\ .J. and especially in Hendry. County, require immediate. attention l', .of

x mary. I have:always felt, and ,feel now, that as a freeborn American
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'v. .- -> HENDRY COUNTY. the State. Our hunting and fishing laws should be amended to-serve' '
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it is-.my right and d "ty' to s pp.ort'\the' best man for the office, regardless the best interest and meet the approval' of the people.. Education,
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I agriculture in:all its phases and conservative development for Hendry
of The crack of 'me cringe
party party :whips never made. '

County should be seriously considered,. studied and remedies! provided
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asfar as possible by your' next Representative. *. :V

If.elected: ; I will not cater to .'any party 'r' faction, bu I will ." .',,::::..:;"}. "> ;-:' : ; --I ...2 >.:'; .,.:.,: 'c :. ,.:. ., :>;.f ?
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administer the schools out'of politics. I will ofpolltlcs ; :' ":" .
keep the schools out : I
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and keep politics out of "the schools if I 'can. .', . -:.... '. J ,: 'FOR :" ., .... ment of Heudry County. It shall be my purpose a'l ail times to serve
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'* 'I -. .- .... 1W Cleaning and Pressing equipment complete; 8 Hoffman ma- they shall have no just' cause to regret confidence r reposed,, and I' 'I
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It Is .my hope and. belief that you )'il1 wage your political fights chine, with Boiler, Savage washer and wringer, sewing' machinery the favor conferred by their selection" and choice jon Novembertthe, ,


elsewhere. ,' but'that, when you come to ;the. schools you will forget tubs, buckets, brushes, tables; everything. ; ready, to' do Uusinessst .. 6th. Help me' to help Hendry County.i" '. '.. ..' ._
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: 1 duty aad "who: can. give, you'"a: school system that will'be, a credit 'toJ3x : :
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