The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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i .. was started this week on L 0. GRAVELY ON
.r i r' PROBLEM GROWSMORE the construction of the new Darcy 0 Completing a full nine m'onths FROM SOUTH BAY TO MIAMI AND
cleaning company building on term Clewiston's school closes to-
the Dry Sugarland highway between ::SPITOIEASURE:: I day for the summer after a successful
: zl the Connell and Espanlaub filling I term. j SOUSE
stations. Because of low finances It was .
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In connection with the construc- Senator Bluntly RefusesTo feared that: the schools' would haveto
More Houses and Apartments tion of the new building Darcy an- O. K. "Spite Sal- close several months early this HTY-FOURCARS Public Roads Committee

.. needed ;Hooker nounced his plans for purchasing year but an arrangement was made i Reports Favorably On
additional modern dry cleaning ary Measure"Blunt whereby the pup uolllwds ........ ........ :
: Apartments All Rented equipment which on Installationwill khereby the pupils would get the OF TOMATOES IS Two Separate Meas-

;::: Before Building Is make his plant compare favorably refusal to pass any "spite benefit of the full ,nine months term. ures Which Are Returned
I' with the best in South Florida. salary measures" introduced by Rep Mrs. J. Beardsley is principal.
Completed. resentative L. .0. Gravely was ex- SEASONS TOTAl I to House.
', ,,, state -
pressed by II. Malone r
Despite the fact that more than 50I BELLE GLADE senator from this ,district in a letter : FIGHT CARD Possibility of early construction of
i \ now buildings were erected in Clew to Gravely answering the latter's Hooker Leads, Harvel' Is; two more roads from the Lake Okee-
I Iston during the past year the fact charge that Senator Malone was going WILL BE STAGED Second and Connell chobee, district 'to cities on the lower

I that this community Is still suffering VETS TO HAVE directly against the. wishes of east coast became brighter this week
I from a house shortage problem was his constituents. Third in Cars when representatives in Tallahasseefrom

'. again brought home forcibly- this Learning of the matter The Clew- ..S HERETOMORROW Dade and: Broward counties

week when '\'. C. Sill Hooker who J.ULY4 J EVENT iston News wrote to Senator: Malonefor Another car of tomatoes shippedby agreed on the construction or'two
is building a packing house with full details of the information and the "\,'. S. Harvel company here roads leading south from the: South
apartments above on the Sugarland -- received the following three letters Kato and Murphy Clash Wednesday to northern markets! Bay section of' Lake Okeechobee near

highway and the railroad tracks announced Opening of New Legion which are explanatory 1 In Main "Bout At brought this .season's tomato seasonto Clewiston one road to go to Fort
that all of the apartmentshave The letters from Senator Maloneto a close In, the Clewiston section Lauderdale and the other to Miami.
been rented and that the fam- Home To Be Gala The Clowiston News reads as follows ..'- Legion Fights <' with a-total of- 54 cars. of tomatoes At the meeting. the house public

ilies are moving in as fast as each Event In Town : shipped by the three local packing roads and, highway department' committee -
I apartment is completed. "Your telegram of the 16th .rela .. Clewiston fight fans will be offer: Jiouses. I at Tallahassee last Tuesday
When Mr.Hooker. : announced that I Plans fpr a gala Independence Day Live to letters passing between Mr, pd r a real thrill tomorrow night in The Clewiston packinghouse" operated measures Introduced by E. Bruce
he was planning a building with the garage; of ,the Clewiston. Youngs of Miami and
Motor George L.
celebration on July Fourth at Belle Gravely and myself was received. by W. C.Bill. Hooker: was the I
I apartments. rent, he was deluged Glade which is expected will be atended Pleace accept thanks for your kind company when 'an all star card is heaviest tomato shipper of the season -I Blount of Broward county were re-
with applications from prospective by 1 representatives of more assurances of support I herewith In I %to' be presented under the. auspices Mr., Hooker: stating that his tomato --- ported favorably and the road to MI-
r tenants and athlough there will be< than a dozen Sash Florida towns close a copy of Mr. Gravely's letter .bf the Clewiston Post"'of the. American : shipments from this point tc ami was put on ,the preferred. list! of

Phase:! turn to page 6 were announced this week by Dr. W. and my reply to him.' i Legion tailed 28 cars, while the W. 'S..H. rYel state highways, which means speedy
J. Buck:, commander of the Belle I "I advised Mr. Gravely at the very News of the, proposed card has already (Please turn to Page 6) construction. *
r Glade Post of the American LegIon beginning that if he were desirous of traveled around the lake anda I A delegation of Broward county officials
BIDS ARE CALLED record crowd is expected headed by Senator Alfred H.
proposing for among
who said that the July: Fourth plans any measure having
were thoroughly discussed at a meeting for its purpose economy and savingthe whom will, he many from adjoining SOLONS DISCUSS l Wngg opposed a favorable report on

N FOR 20 HOMES IN of the legion last week.K.. C. Alston people or Hendry county any communities who remember the fast the projected Miami road until the
bouts staged by the local veterans measure for the proposed highway
r Belle Glade druggist was, named money, I would join with him enthusiastically ROUTINE MATTERS! i
I here last the New River canal to FortLauderdale
year I along
and if he that
chairman of the July Fourth commit thought
tee. reducing the salaries would contribute The card will: open with a fast four,i I was reported favorably.The .
S round battle when Dade Waldron 136 Fort Lauderdale road is to be
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to that end that he
--- In addition to the celebration of must perpare Slow Session Is Held B '
pound] battler of Sebring meets Young ]Y I known as road No 26 and the Miami
(Please turn to Page 6) Please turn to page 6 '
Preparations Underway Currie, promising 135 pounder of La Hendry CountyCommission road had been desi-gnated as road No.

For Heavy Season I Belle I 26
4 I A.With
.' I ION I :' (Please turn to Page 6)Paving 1\ the agreement made both
In Community MORE CONTRACTSHighway WORK IS STARTED --- -- I measures were returned to the house
t Approval' of monthly bills and usual
for consideration'and it is believed

Bids were called this week by the :I L 'E T FOR ROADS P AHOKEE HALL Contract monthly routine meeting featured of the Hendry the regular com- that they 'will pass both the house
Clewiston company for the construe and senate.In .
Awarded in Town t ty commissioners LaBelle official
tion of 20 ,houses for while employees outlning to the committee of
of the Southern Sugar company Near: 20-Mile Mayor Larrimore : Of Belle 'Glade minutes of which were received thl s: which he is a member, the need for
Says ,,
. minutes of the meetings
, at Canal Point and bids will be opened .. I more roads from the Okeechobee
+ c Mondayand' contracts awarded '.Bend,-Will Be Surfaced City Hall. Will Compare of the county commission are area, Representative Youngs said
Contract for
the paving of AvenueA
I kept file the ,
at office
of Clew
on the
for the work sometime next week it In ,Pew, 1 leek .-1 thBest { in Belle Glade from the SugarlandWgjSnvay iston News for and Please turn to page 6 n
public perusal
was announced, yesterday t,the local .' ,...,, ,..... .',.. ,-, .".-. ,. : to .Second. street was,awarded ..J--, '_;:. .
; __ "Q.fJI of the. Clewistoi, clinipany :- :i. l.: .. i ; -- ( "*"* -" : *-* *-f V* .thq hiiUlightsjok} : tli io raeejing..aro: gl);: ,' -- _...:., : .
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: : to L.Morris contractor
A. local
"Awarding of contracts for the top With 'driving of piling for the foun- en as follows:
'rl!( The will houses be to similar bo erected to those at"ca7ialPoint built surfacing o n the Clewiston-Palm If dation work was started this weelc it was announced this week by Dr. r The bills were divided as follows: NORTH AND SOUTH

\ south of Celotextown in Clewistonand Beach highway immediately west of .on the construction of the new city W. J. Buck, president of the boardof General Revenue Fund-$1,100.06;

will be of frame construction Twenty: Mile Bend and a drag line hall for the town of Pahokee, it was councilmen who said that work Fine and Forfeiture fund-$4CO.S3: ROAD THROUGH LA
., ,put to work this week on the Belle announced by Mayor W. J. Larriniore will be started immediately and com Road and Bridge Fund-$1,259,5
with interior of ceIctex and there 1
'- Glade-Pahokee road near Pahokeewere who said that work will be speeded 1 1to pavement i and County Maintenance Fund
"will be ten three room and ten four -$1,- BELLEPROPOSEDContract
rom bungalows. further indications that Florida have the new building completed is on the street on which the 290.GD.

Work is to be started as soon as motorists will have an excellent road as son as possible. The cost will be new city hall is situated and will also The bill of the sheriff in the sum _
.. around the entire Lake Okeechobeeand approixmately $5,000 and will be paidin benetit several merchants at the of
the contracts are awarded and the four dollars for attending' county;
Clewistonites a fine road to Palm cash. The town of Pahokee has no west end of Avenue A.The. cost of commissioners meetings discussed. to Be Awarded
20 new Canal Point homes are to be was -
f I .') finished within three months. Beach within the next few months. bonded indebtedness paving improvement will be approx- I No action taken. Motion by Hooker For Work to Lee
C.-J" Awarded this week by the state The municipal building will be located imately a dollar a front foot and is seconded by Delaney that warrant
announcement was accepted in
[ "local circles as indicative of the in- highway department the contract for on the lake front at the foot being handled by time warrants.In No. 4302 drawn on Road and Bridge County Line
, creasing activity in the sugar town road N. 25 in Palm Beach county was of the main street and will be a reinforced : connection with'the paving a fund in the sum of $125 made pay- (Clewiston News Special)
I t ,. ';on the eastern shore of Lake' Okee- given to S.P.. Snyder and Sons Inc. concrete structure '24x1G five foot sidewalk will also be laid, able to the .Standard( Lumber company LABELLE, May 23.-The west end
L of Fort Lauderdale feet and will include It was announced. I of Hendry county will take its placeon
(Please turn to Page 6)) and includes $3.S67.44 .- : a council chamber I I be cancelled and further pay ,
for local rock and sand; $S- police station and .a latest type The continued improvement of the i ments be withheld. Motion carried. the list of better paved sections
5C0.94 for rock and 6458.26 for slag. four cell jail.Tho work is being done community which was clevasted by The clerk was instructed to write of, the state within the next few
.Pahokee Election I Work is to be started immediatelyand by R.J.. Crews Pahokee contractr. the storm of last' September is In AIrVilson. division engineer for the months according to' announcementof

For Police Chief pushed so that the completed "A modern city han Js one of the keeping with the spirit of the Belle state road department in !regard: to further roads building projects to
.... road will be finished at the earliest jommuity's greatest needs today," Glade people to rebuild their town the salary ,of Drew Hampton for as- be launched here, it was learned this
And Clerk June 18 possible date. Mayor Larrimore said "but on completion on a more beautiful and sturdier basis I sisting the department's engineer in week.A .

Less than, a week after the Clew- we expect it to compare favorably than 'ever.Included locating the legal descriptions of land bill providing for a new north
Announcement of a special election iston News asked editorially about with the municipal offices in in the general program of wanted, for a right of way for state and south road through LaBelle to
}r, June 18 to name a town marshall and the county commissioners of "Palm my other town the size of Pahokee." improvements is the construction' road No. 25. connect. with the Tamiami Trail was

# a city: clerk in the town of Pahokeewas Beach county take some action on The mayor. also announced that and operation of a municipal water J.E.. Bardsle appointed a member passed by the house of representatives -
made this week by W. L., Larri- the Belle Glade-Pahokee road work through the cooperation of county officials plant work on which will be started I of the state plant board for Hen and thtose who have followedthe
,. more, mayor who reported the resig- was started with the dragline.The. a county: dragline was usedto in the near future. Please turn to page 8 situation believe that the bill will
nation of J. H. Cason city clerk. county the previous week had put fill in the ground from the Paho- In connection with the awarding of I be hurriedly passed through the.sen-

In the race for town marshall will road crews to work filling In the bad !ee; Canal Point road to the schoolhouse the contract it was made clear by: the j NEW FEATURE STARTED ate.
be T. S. Spooner,and E.Tucker. but holes in the center of the road but and that plans are now underway town solons that contracts awarded j iby Word was also received here by

no candidates have yet qualified for the Clewiston News in an editorial for the construction of two tenis the municipality are given to 10-.J i ....An interesting series of articles on H.A.. Rider county attorney that
I.- the position of cleric. I asked that immediate steps be takento courts on the school grounds. cal: men wherever possible? I dental hygiene written by Dr.,. John, preliminary work on the securing of
iIIt.: Mr. Cason's resignation came as : insure motorists against serious Anderson, local. dentist exclusivelyFor right of way for the construction of
a surprise to many of the' Pahokeeresidents accident by putting to this road will be called withtin the
a dragline the Clewiston News starts on an
but he explained that with work on the shoulders. LOCAL BOY ,MAKES 2,500 FQQT LEAP inside page of the paper this week. next few months and the contracts

the constantly increasing volume of During the storm of, September Dr. Anderson will discuss the care awarded early in September.

9 business in his store that lie found 1028 the dirt was washed away from FROM AIRPLANE IN PARACHUTE HERE of ,the teeth and the articles should
it necessary to devote more time to the shoulders of the Belle GladePa- prove interesting. and. instructive Mrs. R. Y. PattersonIs

his private affairs and would be unable hokee road causing bad breaks in the reading Start the, new feature on,, Named PresidentOf

'.' to continue to serve the city. pavement and there were several accidents Burton Cherry Accepting Dare Pays Five Dollars Dental Hygiene, In this week's paper.
While' there is considerable inter- on the road as a result of the Clewiston P.-T. A.
est in the coming election there is poor condition. To Take Leap ; Writes Story Of : TWO ROADS NOW LEAD I

I. not much election talk on the streets Starting just south of Pahokee a Jump For The Clewiston News TO LOCAL AIRPORTTwo Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was namedpresident
and it is the consensus of opinion Iragliue was at work this week puling -- of the Clewiston Parent-

that Tucker and Spooner will be the muck to the road 'shoulders and Editor's Note: The following arti' to which they can look back.I. have roads now lead to Clewiston's Teachers meeting at the final meet-
only aspirants for the police chief po within the next few weeks it will ben cle was written by Burton Cherry, just' had mine and 1 honestly believeit I airport south of town with the completion Ing of that organization for this

sition.. fine shape. There is no detour necessary 19 year old Clewiston/ boy after he Is the biggest thrill a human being of the construction of the, school term which was held last Fri-
However contestants may qualify during the road repairing and had jumped in a parachute from an can have. If you doubt ,me, don a par- bridge ,over the canal on the coun- lay; at the school house Other officers -
before June S and with two more there Is sufficient room for motoriststo airplane at a height of more than achute and leap into space about 2,- try club road, it was announcedthis elected,were Mrs. H. A. Bestor,
weeks to go, it is believed possible pass around the working dragline. 2,500 feet over the Clewiston/ Inn OOOfeet above terra flrri1, N", week In the engineering department vice president; Mrs.Gus. McGhee'
that some other candidates may. announce Sunday afternoon. It was Cherry'sfirst As we sat about the aviation:,,field of the Clewiston/ com I secretary and treasurer
: their candidacy. SPEER LEAVES ON t parachute jump and only his watching the bl-plane take'"'off with pany. One route to the airport Is It was also' decided by the members
The successor to Mr. Cason, the SIX WEEKS TRIP fourth time in an airplane. It will passengers the urge came on and.after south on Pacific street and west on present that the school library will
i[ town clerk has not yet been named
be remembered that Colonel Lind- taking a ride, which was my the newly graded road south of the be kopt open during the summer, the
nor can any of the townspeople put Edison C. Speer local real estate berg started his aviation career In fourth time in the air. we sat about railroad tracks and the second lays being Monday, Wednesday and

to their finger on the name. of a likely broker planned to leave today on a ,similar manner and the fact that the field discussing flying and para route is west on Sugarland highwayto Friday' from 'three to five o'clock,
candidate. Mr. Cason has been in a six weeks trip to the north on there is a slight resemblance between chute jumps, for one of the aviatorswas the country club road and southto with members of the Parent-Teachers
Pabokee: for the past six :years and business for the Southern Sugar the Clewiston boy and the to do a jump later in the after the airport.It issocJatioif having agreed to act as
during that tine his
through services company. Flying Eagle makes the story more noon.As. Shorty the jumper relatedhis was also announced that In librarians on specified days
.. to the city he built himself an en- He will be accompanied by his interesting. The account of the experiences to us.One. fellow preparation for the rainy season oil The library which was establIshedjust

h viable reputation. Several attempts wife as far as Pittsburgh where, drop was written by Cherry exclu- claimed he would not be afraid to streets in Clewiston/ townslte have a few months ago Is now almost
\0 ;, were made to urge him to reconsider she will spend the summer with sively for the Clewiston News: jump but when shorty offered to let been crowned and the gutters clear- completed: and more than 300 required -
; his resignation, it was learned this relatives while Mr. Speer will con- him jump for the price of $5, there ed so that water will not stand on books have been bought. The
I :, week, but because of his increasing tinue on to Philadelphia, New Tork By BURTON CHERRY were many excuses forthcoming. At them. The work which is now near- looks purchased arc those needed to

business it necessary that he de- and probably Chicago before returning Thrills, thrills and more thrills. Everybody first it seemed, absurd to pay five ing completion was started two have the local school placed on the
rote his entire time to that work to Clewiston. has had at least one big thrill Please turn to page 3 months ago. late accredited his t. "



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The Clewiston News ical problems a midnight visitor to his home will find him reading to keep

a Successor to The Clowiston Progress abreast of the latest developments In the medical world. A few more men of
Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office Dr. Buck's calibre in the northern Everglades would.I be a boon to this section -

,it Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. of the stat .. ; ., #.
'. '.....53.. ;r ...ir.. ., Quart of Good Milk is Equal to Either

LOU A.. MORGAN ........................_. Publisher' ", .
If you,want to be a, ,big succes as a writer, first get yourself elected pres -3-4 LBS. OF LEAN ROUND BEEF3 .

_,' TOM SMITH ........................t................................................... Editor ident.-N. Y. Herald Tribune. <*.., ... LBS. OF FRESH COD FISH6
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Subscription Rates LBS. OF SPINACH8

Trans-Atlantic air race season opens with a projected flight to Rome .. EGGS ..
By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida ; .
o 2.00 starting it off. It would seem that tho high death toll of last year would 1 '7'
Ono year $2.50 One year $ -2 LBS. POTATOES .

Six months 1.50 Six months 1-00 : prove the follow of these ;attempts and it seems time that the government take -5 LBS. TURNIP :I i
Three months : 1.25 Threo months ;' .75 i a hand, if for no other reason than to prevent the retarding of aviation progress \ )0 .

.-Certain fliers will be lost and for every one so sacrificed there will be Pure milk 1 is< our best food.
j" ". Definite control of Lake Okeectiobec with water transportation! hundreds of people throughout the country r who will condemn aviation, gen-

2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and orally. If there are any advantages to a>plane carrying, one or two men in a CLEWISTON\ DAIRY COMPANY

concentration of products. non-stop flight across 'the Atlantic we're, ready to be convinced but until that
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and :. : ::= cI ::: ::: -:: : : ::-::.::.:.:=::::: :-::.:.::: : :: : ::::: :::::-:: : =':: .:.=: : : =
other products of this region to the northern markets. time the trans-Atlantic air laces seem to us to be in tho same class with an .

4. The ftlJ functioning of a cooperative marketing association for automobile trying to make 250 miles an hour on the beach. I: --------------------------------------1
both buying and selling purposes. I : 1 1 1 4

Over the week end roads to the:'east' coast arc filled with long<; lines of II II I 1 1 1

'Friday, May 24, 1929 cars of' east coast residents visiting-the"Everglades, and long lines of Everglades :I 1 1

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t residents visiting, the coast. True reciprocity. 1 1

i' [With roads around the south end of Lake Okeechobee nearing comple 1
RURAL COMMON SENSE farm boys don't get, a fair chance. 1 I II 1
tion, now is an ideal time for the state highway department to complete the We work the enthusiasm and'natural
By Spuds Johnson '
,good work b)' getting to work on the roads north and east of Belle Glade. love for things at home out of them, i

give them little (if any) time off or 1
With the exception of a ten mile stretch from the Lee count line, to;
GIVE THE BOY A CHANCE. fun or .pleasure, and never attemptto .,
:' LaBelle there will be, with completion at'ork .now under way,. paved roads It 1 has been my experience and ob-- help them see farther than the I ,. J' Iii
from Fort Mj'eis to Palm Beach. servation that too many of, us farm tips of their noses. We even insist 'on 1 : il 41)

folks looks: upon our work as drudg- thinking for them. Personal thoughtis p atromze I
On the completion of the Clewiston Belle Glade stretch of the Sugarland (( ii
I er '. Farming is not easy work, to be I stifled more on some of our farms 1 ;II I

,-. highway the worst section of road from Clewiston to Palm Beach will then sure, but its most'ly a' state of mind_ than anywhere' else,-fathers do the 1 .i

that causes us to" think it is down I. stifling and sons are the suffers. ,
consist of the road from Belle Glade to. Twenty, :Mile Bend. Your Home .
right 'slaveiy.: I Who can blame a red-blooded, he ,
along this stretch make it not only hard on auto
Holes in the pavement
for "
buy throwing the and
When I was a boy it'was more than up sponge 1 .'.';" 'f'i" ;: % 1 ..

: :mobile ti es,1 but also dangerous driving, for a skid into the. canal. is not improbable the fathers could do to keep all the saying, "Dad, take your old fram and ; '
; boys on the farms. for go chase yourself with it?" I don't. ti "i Laundry 1 r
They 1
t If a motorist hits these bad places at a speed of more than 40 miles were .
The boy at our house is a memberof
going off to the stores, or turpentine :::1

,.. an hours.--' .. j .. or road camps. There eight or the, boys' club and a boy scout, !I1I:I ,

ti'.:, | The cities of the East' Coast, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami I ten hours, a dollar and a quarter aI I even tho .he has far to go to attend t CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY

J', \ day and aSturday afternoons off, meetings. And, even if I do say it t,
t:; should get back of this move for a better load. into the Everglades for it myself ,he dollor
gets to
1f."j. looked more like "opportunity"' to a spend every 1

:.' ,means more money for the, merchants of those cities. All of the' east. coast them than with dad"from 'fore' sunup I now and then, a day off (from Clewiston Florida. I

( ,' towns are bidding anxiously for the.'business .around the. lake but 'the bid till time way off after'cept night Sunday, .no evening. pay and( and no and'work-not I'm not from particular school) to'occasionally"want to, I ." .,,, 'it<. !.i.....; : I .

1'... must be futile unless there are good roads to encourage Everglades residents not then if the cows had to be broughtup. ,use the flivver / myself when he

,: ,'", 'to make the rtip to the coast cities 1 ) wants to take his girl to ride. "r
" Yes, we have it that *. -s
Contracts were awarded this week for the top, surfacing of the road near in our sj'sern -
r1: ', farming is harder than any other Nearly 1,000 canna bulbs were distributed .4i+ r 1

f..I.; Twenty Mile Bend, but there is a great stretch on this side of that place kind of work. Then the dads make it by Miss Tulle Roesel, home ,,, "a'4 ,
'.: demonstration agent of Marion county }, ,,6 lj'tA
: ;which needs immediate attention too stiff and regular for the boys. tr :v .'
: I T This accounts for any scarcity of during April '
There is no need to dwell further on the mtt.er. The problem is a well
: farm labor. .
<1 ..known one, and the solution is obvious. If new paving is too costly at this, I guess it is born in' us to look upon f' : /: :'*f' Cleanliness' is nextto Godliness ,
r:' time, at least it should be within! the power of the state road department tos' : farm work and farm life as humble 666, "1., 11.'J r 1
and ,undignified. But the people of 1 J i 1 1
r"" have. the bad places filled in with rock. Chairman Bentley; of the state road the soil must get it into their heads -i: i Is a Prescription!i for 1

t ; idepartmenttis to be. congratulated on the excellent work already accomplished that in their work, 'their business, ,COLDS,. GRIPPE, FLU I DENGUE, 1 1 ,

..: their life, they are just as noble ;xid" BILIOUS FEVER'-and'.MALARIA..'
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sen'e'th'e'.G1adesJ'J > \ I ".r. 1
continue'to A
, a n fine and It is the most speedy remedy known. '
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/, they will be happiest and most pros- .I'
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perous and contented. Farm people : : :.c: : : .:.::> : : : :: c : : :::::::::= :: : : : :::=: ::: : : = : : = .1
I I / are took quick to place themselves in NOWLIN and HAYS 1
Th flight of the Graf Zepplin from Germany to the United States was the tw-for-a-quarter crowd. Attorneys and Counselors at Law .
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j' .
f... postponed, according to Dr. Hugo Eckeuer commander of the dirigible, because But the main reason for the unpopularity HOPKINS BLOCK ,. .- '. .-' ,. (
of the farm, from a Clewiston Florida 'i.' ..: -: ''.-'. .
.'i, of weather and because of the failure of the French government to reply ,
: standpoint of labor, is the fact that 1 1-mo. pd.
:r-. .. to his request for a special permit to fly over France equipped with ia- ;>>. '/ kar : : "i '
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p-; :We do not know \\hy: France did not promptly{ jeply to the request. But h 6.:
;. there is undoubtedly an undue suspicion on the part of the French people I .' f: "
that the Graf, Zeppelin might take an undue advantage( of its aerial position ,.' .
F; to look over France's military establishments and ammunition factories. .
f/ Your Horne While In West Palm Beach tCONTRACTIN: .
In times of practical peace it ,seems strange that any enlightened. nation : ,.

. 'should hesitate to grant" a civil request, especially since it is so well known "It Pleases Us T a Please You' ; ,
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that the dirigible's mission is solely in the interest. of peace, science and EARLE R. CRE V ELL, Manager : .:,-, : ). :: Mill Workvv: : : .
aerial transportation But it is to be sincerely hoped ,that Dr. Ecken -'s apprehensions COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY <: lit' :,' :.:. ., .. ... ,;- : '. ,
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of the French government's suspicions are not founded_ upon : '
fact.. To waive tho restrIctions concerning the apparatus carried, and let the '
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: '. Zeppelin cruise, on its way across French territory would be an act in the x: c Ii' ::. ':
interest of international good will of afr more lasting benefit than any avoid- J G7 :

ante. of damage the crew of the ship might do to French military secrets., 1V '.. '.':',.'

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taken against France by reason of such an act of courtesy. Angels do thingsIn '
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I Glade today is one of the greatest examples of what community :,: '

'" spirit will do. Ravaged by the hurricane of last September, the community Save money by consulting us."' "':'

lather than licking its wounds off, in a corner, immediately fell to clearing' IS-j rl t'wf.r :, \

away the piled up debris and now with fine new buildings and wide well ,Our,,., .reputation .is, ,quFI.recommendation, '

paved streets, a new city halUand many other improvements the town is go- \ ... ,. \
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ing steadily and swiftly forward. And responsible for a large part of the pr.og-: a S N !s -1, "

'. ress Is Dr. W. J. Buck,.whose energy and pep for the good of Belle Glade appears r I r ..ff }L,; ;,. : .' < .,:.
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to be inexhaustible. History repeats itself and possibly the same is :
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true of Individual experiences. During the war Dr. Buck as a colonel in the :
medical department was in charge of a hospital in France where the bat- } 'OULD you hand youifchild a ggI ta ... .,.. .. .

tered and shell torn bodies of America's youth were sent to him to be brought I WjTglass full of unhealth? This; 'w=''- 5fcis : -.. ..:P,' .."r'.,

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back to health. The fact that he went over as a major and was promoted to'a + frequently done hy thou gutless _> r j I .. .. ;, ,

colonelcy tells the, story of his energy. When the storm swept, over Belle Smothers. Food and drink that*gojJlQlI/ [ A-I i1 i\\\ )/.. '
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Glade levelling the houses in the community:, Dr. Buck pitching in with the 11110 111C stomach should be ,o ( ..1'

same vigor that he used in France was among the first to urge the rebuilding |liced. Among the 'safeguards+a orS ?rf COMPA1 ,(! ,

ot a bigger and better, town. His townspeople have fittingly honored him our chUd's health JLs Sunshine .

with the presidency of the town council, while the Belle Glade Post of the I'Serv-ICE.*' .Buy- t from** tlieVagon v. d e a hone CROW BROTHERS,
American Legion made him its commander. Despite this keen interest in the or truck ys.th-t .Orange 0v ; 1 (( '
.Th e 'Pioneer Builders of decision't" .
civic affairs of his community, Dr. Buck is none the less interested in the .' r. _

physical welfare of his constituents and his popularity as a 'medlcan man ,, : : :. '"

of repute Is attested by the long lines of patients who find the rway to his ,

office. Dr. Buck tips the scales at close to 220 pounds and every ounce'must

be energy formatter a gruelling day at the office dealing with ,civic and med. ,

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expenses. no rush of air. For an instant I

A new social record was established -I CHERRY BLOSSOMS So with everyone bellowing adviceI thought I was without the chute' and 0

in Clewlston at the Community There was a man in our town, buckled on the harness-a waist then s\visss.h, pop crack! and I was ,

._ Jamobree given at the Clewiston Inn The chump thought he was wise; belt and two; leg straps, and so into brought to a sudden yet cushioned t" ', ,

... by the decision Woman's Club He swore (It was his policy) the cockpit. Just before, the start of stop.

which was reported by Woman's club That ne would never advertise. the motor. Shorty advised me to takeno I looked ,down and saw ,the chute .-- ,, .,.
officials to be one of the biggest social -I chances and that If the 'chute failed billow out below me. I coullut imagine -
and financial successes in the But one day he advertised, to open I'd better climb back up how the chute could open below

.. history of the community. And thereby hangs the tale; the rope Into the plane. me but I suddenly realized that I was ,
the main 'feature His ad was set in 6point type '
Although dancing was FRIED CHICKEN :
I "Be careful and not to land in the hanging head first and Immediately .,
And headed, "Sheiiff's Sale.
of the evening there were .5'S
lake. There are no boats. If you are righted myself. I .5" ,
games for those who did not care to ABC.. i -
heading for a tree cross your legs My first thought was to look and
dance while on the south porch at -
and cover your eyes. wave to the plane, but when I lookedup
the Inn a long table weighted down BIG DREDGE MOVED
delicious refreshments was managedby I TO CANAL POINT ON "Switch off. Switch off. Contact- to make sure the ropes were untangled Prepared in the way that made the ; ,
contact" and we were off. A momentof I saw a tear about two Inches -
members ,ot the club. COMPLETION OF WORKs : Watanabe
long. I found out after I landed famous
calm and then panic. What was '
.. In addition to a capacity attendancefrom ....
that he said about being hit with the that there was .no danger of its .
work In the
Clewiston guests came from afar : I Having completed the
I district the floatIng tail surface? How was it that fellows, spreading. .
as LaBelle on the west and Canal Sugarland Drainage ; ., '
chute didn't' open? Rotten trick to At first I din't feel the sensation
Point on the east to attend the jam diedge which has ,been in the dis :
-: boree and music furnished by the Se trict since January 1926 was moved play on the folks, if it doesn't open." I of dropping but as I approached the 5': ::r Sr '

bring orchestra kept the evening entertainment this week down: Canal No.3. toward' Higher and higher we sailed until earth speed seemed to be increasing.I .5- :; : SUNDAYSEVENTY :' '

';' alive till long after midnight the lake fromheie it will'be movedto the town was a minature subdivision, As I began to feel secure and startel S ,

Canal Point it was announced this and the people on the field a little to enjoy the drop, a puff of wind '- '

week by William Cecil Owen engi-, bunch of ants. Calm again and then gave me a push and started to sway .
neer for the drainage district the verdict A yelp from Shorty anda like 'nobody's business'. The first FIVE CENTS
I Mrs. Jim Beardsley and Mrs. W. S. To move the dredge Into the lakeIt I stiff poke In the ribs. ,two or three times I felt sure I wouldgo

Harvel were afternoon callers at the was necessary to remove the wooden "Get outp|! Get out! Beat it! 1 round the loop and deflate the S ,

I home of Mrs. Frank Wright last bridge over the Sugarland high-I kicked open the small door, grabbeda chute. What, a thrill! '

.week. way near the Jeffries dairy. Insteadof wing strut wiggled out of the cock- To make matters more interestingI There are a few more rooms for per .

replacing the old bridge the Huffman pit backward. (It's not as hard to was coming down backward and manent guests, now available. '

Mr. and Mrs. W.O.. Wallace and Construction company who havea hold on as I thought.) The chute is couldn't for the life of me turn

I daughter Martha: Bell of West Palm contract for the grubbing, gradingand tumbled out on the wing as I gaze around and stay there. About 300 feet \ "

Beach spent 'Sunday in Clewiston. construction of drainage struc- .downward thousands of miles to I saw 1 would land in the very centerof ,

I tJII\ I' J.K.. Baker ,returned this week tures on the road from Clewiston to earth. the Industrial Canal fourteen feet The Watanabe 'S
I from a business trip to Tampa. LaBelle will build the new brdige Shifting my' right hand to the strut deep but .for some unknown reason Hotel
1.1 giving Clewiston a state specification and my left to a bracing ''wire.I. I fell short hit the top of the rocky

bridge Instead 'of the old one. I hope my' heart. stays with me.I. spoil bank went completely limp as '. .
Frank Richmann has purchased a Pending the completion' of the construction gave a violent leap backward like a instructed and tumbled. head over t. ,'.;'/:>r; MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS" Manager. '

II new Pontiac Cabriolet coupe. of the new bridge there will back flip from a diving board, heels down the bank, cracked my .' '! :: (

be a detour, leading off Sugarland] Clearing the plane I dropped 16 head on a rock and came to a stopat \ ., .'

A.R.. Parker of the Palm. Beach highway through the cane fields near and 1.2 feet a second and the sec- the water's edge, the parachute

Post was a business visitor .in Clew- the cane shed. north to the old rail-: onds before I dropped the 150 feet settling gracefully in the middle of
road embankment and over the railroad before the chute opened.were' an the canal.
iston last Friday. ,
., bridge to the west bank of the eternity of fear. Recall the most ter- Finding myself whole, with Main- -, "- -- -

canal and back along the canal bankto rifying nightmare, double its horrors ard's assistance I hauled the chute

A Saturday 'evening card part at the highway at Jeffries dairy.It make them come true and multiply out and managed to get, back to the
-of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbeit is expected that the new bridge will by'' ten and you'll have* half an idea Inn. _

Stweart was enjoyed by Mr.and. be completed within a week' or 'tend how I felt. The five dollar charge. Yes I paidit

Mrs. Claude Downs, Mr. and 1\Irs. days. After the first few feet there was and it was certainly worth it.
1 G. Rackstraw, Mr. and :Mrs: W

I' .. t' c'Bin. Hooker, Ed Drinkwater of. LOCAL BOY MAKES I I Il "IN AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL" I

West Palm Beach,' Mr. and Mrs.L.. 2,500 FOOT LEAP

I A. Morgan, jr., Fred Puryear and FROM AIRPLANE l-
\ :Mr. and :Mrs.Tom. Smith.
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I .. Announcing the opening of S S
A.R.. Plant former resident of dollars to walk home from an airplane ,
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last ride but the more I thought of ; .: : .
Clewiston spent a few days here ;; DENTAL OFFICES I -
"week. Mr. Plant will be remembered it the more I realized that here wasa ,.' On. Lake Okeechobee "
thousand dollar thrill for five dol .
as the representative of the Atlantic : :

Coast Line. Friends whom he met on lars. : In The .
Hopkins Block Of ...
his hurried visit here said that Mr.Plant I started some deep thinking.Here. !
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/J,' left the railroad business and was a real chance. All I had, to do 1{' Clewistonl v '''' '' " "- ''-;,<.;*" Florida:

was say I'lf go put up the five and .. .. ... ," ...," .: . 'H" '.. ,
for several months served as an aviator : "t. DR. JOHN ': :,. : .- ,': or ,.1 .
in the Mexican army during the the thrill would be, mine. I thoughtof : >'- '.*' '

,,revolution .. all the articles I had read on the .' ...- .I.ri"" Dentist.,- '. ,.. ........ ", ',",.. .,. .. A'C .
f I'A --J, ';--' -- subject and as I went to dinner, my .>' ::..- ,"', '" 0 -S "__ "" V..' .... ; OPEN, C ,Y E 'ARr::: .:; :
r plate was blotted out with an I Clewiston, Florida. '. ', )1' ':',"<
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Miss fondle Stone was a luncheon inary headline > _
newspaper '
guest Saturday of Mr.and. Mrs. E.L.. boy plunges 2,500 feet to imag'l .

Stewart at their home on, Arcade avenue chute' falls to "
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appttite left me to be replaced by '
a _
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a strange abdominal feeling. I'was

b1 rs. .' W. S. .Hari"el and Mrs.Kelly. drawn back to the field and talked

'II spent\an afternoon on the golf links with B. C. Mainaid who outlined .the SPECIAL ACREAGE ,. .. .
plan to me more clearly than I could S
a. think in my state of nervousness.He. :<.'.. ::i; '- :'> ::i>;" : :., ,
(: :Mr. and Mrs.Kohlstadt, of Canal told me of fellows he had known who SPECIAL $25 CASH ,>1
per acre ..., .
Point attended the Community Jam- had met death in parachute jumps :::" '.' .". 's'" .' : ''' '"L -" -' I' '', ;: (

boree given at the Clewiston Inn, by and how they had died. He also told 10 acres on Moore Haven Road
the Clewiston Woman's club. me I might never get another chance
{ and that if I felt I had to go there Land in this 'district sells for $1] 75 to $200., I ANOTHERPROSPEROUS SUMMER

I. Dr. W.J.. Buck and Mr. and Mrs. r was only one thing to do. '

I Jim Darden and Mr.and, Mrs. K.C.. Summoning my nerve I told ShortyI'd per acre. ,

Alston were among the Belle Glade go so we went to the Inn to pack SPECIAL $75 per acre CASHI
residents at the community jamboree. the chute. If Shorty ever gives up

.- ______ aviation he'll make a wonderful un- I will be away until July 1 but all inquiries will be, promptly

Cam Cottrell of :Moore Haven spenta dertaker's helper for as he packedthe ..\ ,
handled by Mail ,
day in Clewlston on business, chut. he told me blood curdling
:t. yarns of victims plunging through :'?O:,' Is ,assured for this section. through the activ-
r R. Y. Patterson director of transportation space terrior stricken and frantically y .
for the Southern Sugar I trying to untangle a poorly packed '* Edison C. Speerdecision's ity-of the Southern Sugar Company.' I -

,company, Is in Tallahassee I chute; of years of agonizing torture .i l? .
A and the final merciful crash and the : -

Mrs. W. S. Harvel and Mrs. Jim gathering up ''of the remains in the : Pioneer Realtor

Beardsley spent an afternoon at the "meat wagon" CLEWISTON FLORIDA I

home of Mrs. R. Patterson.F. Back again at the field they took Homes
stores and needed to
apartments are
up a collection .which sorry 'to say

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'i :. week for Washington, D. C. on bus all was ready for the jump. I workers, making Clewiston

-o; iness Frank Schneider, the pilot, ethicalin .
f' I today the greatest field for opportunity in
the ,
extreme, said I could pay after.\

afternoon Miss Betty Spicer spent Tuesday ,the trip because "they never took i YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS in the entire South. ,
with Miss I
Margie Harvel. the money if the chute failed to
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MEN Regular WORK$2.75 SHOES Value / ::YOU WILL NEVER FORGET:: Absolutely The Mil

'elk leather skin$1.97Soft or upper composition stock! with soles reliable Coming The Outstanding Bargain Time of

durable and comfortable; will give r
good service, regular price to $2.74


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The Greatest of the Great' The Most Sensational
Barg ain Event- of All Time Never'before has
Regular $4.00 to $4.50 tl)
YOU CANT 1 It's going to be disposal of merchandise such will
OXFORDS a as sur pass anything of the, kind to happen in all Sc
for and worth miles traveling to Take fr
MATCH IT.Waiting a tip om Bl.ate Brothers Save your money- Ce

$2.95 ing Merchandising SensationPositively beyond all Co mparison.

New styles, mens high grade all

leather Dress, 'Oxfords. in tan and
black-leathers all leather" welt solesin

wide and medium toes-the great-
est shoe bargain you ever saw. CIewisto1

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$3.95 r $1.00 DRESS PANTS Sale Begins FRIDA:

,Fine quality good year welt mens'
black and 'tan Oxfords of Russia Good styles high grade Ladiesslip-

calf, kids and calf skins, newest pers pumps and oxfords in patent $4095 Doors
leathers, blondes, fancy basket Will
Open (
styles standard made goods, every' Sharp-
weaves, imitation alligator hide and Pure wool white serge dress pants
pair this seasons goods-a bargain.Our
others In military and stylish high also in the neat striped patterns,
almost all sizes, sold
heels formerlyup strictly hand tailored trousers madeto
to $4.50, going out at SALE WILL CONTINUE SATUF
fit and guaranteed.
L asts

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'MENS BOOTS Regular $2.25 values BIG WONDER DAYS TEl' (1
6.39 mens whit duck Tail $1::.. 6 9
ored dress pants.
"Peters ,Brand" highest grade mens $5.95
oxfords, in finest quality calf skins, 1
kangaroos and genuine kids in tan, $19.50 and $22.50 MENS BALRIGGAN Regular 75c ValueUNIONSUITS
Mens best quality
moccason toe
black and brown leathers, good year
welt sewed soles. Finest in this leather boots with composition or MENS SUITS P MENS

store. leather soles-16 to 18 in. tops. underwear for men, shirts

with long or short sleeves. Long and

$14095Genuine short drawers never sold at this low 49C .
price before.
Nuro Tex materials mens
39c Made of a close woven check nain-
tailored suits in white and light
04.00 Crepe SolesOXFORDS stripes, also pure I rish linens, Palm sook cut extra full and tailored and f

Values up to $5.00 Beach in light and dark materials, reinforced just like agarment that

many of them conservative models, sells for $1.00-now 49c.
LADIES SLIPPERS high grade merchandise and positively $1.25 to $1.50
The newest styles in sport combination hand tailored guaranteed to fit-

styles, crepe, ,soles.$2J9 made by some of America's best PANTS 97CRegular
$2.97 clothing makers.SENSATIONAL.
price $1.25 to $1.50 made of
Novelty and patent leather pumps, I an extra heavy material, fast color $3.50 to $5.00STRAW
up to $6.50' values latest arrivals La. straps and oxfords including blondes pinchecks, cut and tailored just likea
dies novelty slippers on, sale and white dress pants-about 20 dozen to
kids in the newest styles go
sao97 both high, and medium heels these REMNANTBARGAINS at 97c.
b goods are absolutely new and its a
--- true wonder value. '

I 1. t" I $1097

... rroo4 MENS KHAKI PANTS Genuine imported Milan and Yeddo

I .. straws, very newest, this season's
97CAn styles closing these out at about one
BATHING SUITSFinest New Styles $3,50 Values Worth up to $35.00 half.

in the world. $6.00 and $6.50 LADIES SLIPPERS MENS SUITS extra good grade khaki work --
Jantzen suits for !men and women. pants. Exceptional good quality and
workmanship with heavy canvas
pockets and linings 97c.WASH a r
$4.95 0 $1098 $19050Pure t--- Regular $1.00

$4.00 and $4.50 Jantzen bathing suits Patent leather slippers with one p
wool tropical worsted mens
for boys and girls MENS WORK{
strap also patent leather oxfords in suits in light and 'dark patterns SHIRTSG

low heels. Just the thing for grow- strictly tailored with two pair pants BOYS SUITS
$2.97 ing girls, for work and school wear,
genuine "Marx Made" meaning theyare 79C I
ns warranted all leather.
in a class by themselves as to 89C 4
,style and workmanship-real $25.00to Best grade extra heavy mens blue
Regular $1.25 and $1.50 boys fancy
$30.00 values work shirts, extra full cut, triple
madras and broadcloth wash suits of
.. stitched, pearl buttons, two pockets, (
fast colore materials sizes 3 to Swell -
Regular Price $3.00 full length sleeves, all sizes.
Pure Irish Linen made, and will give good service .eC
Worth $4.00 to $4.50 -. M-


$1.98 $1 1.95 SaleStarts Friday

Patent leather dress and school slip- $2.89Young
$16.50 mens all linen tailored suits in
pers for girls warranted serviceableand plain white only with the new Tat- mens fancy dress trousers,
all leather--never sell ,for less CLEWISTON
than $3.00. A tersall Vests, pleated pockets effects. collegiate'styles, in light weight woolen .
big offeringnow
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for $1.98 Just the thing for hot weather for materials, the style and patternsare B L

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r Itest; .Of The MIghty ::YOU WILL NEVER FORGET:: Regular 29c to 35c value x


,f f;( e Entire YearOn The Way To+ Clewiston 19CYD

36 inch fast color English prints

guaranteed washable, new summer
I "' sourtr FLORIDA'S SENSATIONAL patterns, an extraordinary bargain.

I .
) tl'' .akerOkeechobee Section witnessed a Selling Occasion of such Great' Magnitude It's going. to be the SALE of all Sales. J IJ I

SC'6 Florida.. -It's going to be a Bargain Giving Session that will prob ably never be repeated-It's going to be a Sale worth Our 29c and 35c value
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-e., Buying Do not spend another nickel and wait for the opening of this Record Breaking -'Price Smashing History mak-

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Beautiful range of new summer figures

L' TURN LOOS'G000S dresses and flowered for women'patterns and children Dimitysfor ,

f r L'c t I full colors.yard wide and guaranteed fast


Worth up to $1.95 CORTICELLI Best 25c Quality


97CNeatly $1.49 YD. I YD

made skeet wash dreeses of 33 inch fast color dress ginghams,
hThe Stroke Of 9 clock 40 inch pure silk georgettes in all
] new flowered dmitys and voiles of new pastel shades, the famous cor- close count materials, new patterns,
warranted fast colors, cheaper than ticelli brand, regular price about small checks and plaids, you cant
you can buy the cloth for. $2.25 to $2.50 a yard. beat the quality at any price.
tfy MAY 25TH, MONDAY .


J t' DAY TO DAY FOR TEN ,(10) Regular 20c values
1ODYSr HOOVER DRESSES Regular $1.00 Quality

i In plain white BARONET SATINS
and solid colors, 97C 9

.... on sale 1 12C
It .- 69CYD.Fine .
.. r Regular Price $2.00MEN'S .
Large size' heavy weight Turkish
i Values up to $16.75 silk lace baronet and sport sat-
i "ARROW"SHIRTS bath towels, regular price about 20c,
r ings, best quality-about 38 inches
: $2048 SILK DRESSES here in plain white and fancy bordersgolng" -
' wide in all colors, suitable for prin-
as long as they last.
$3.95 values all leather ladies hat cess slips, dresses, etc.
boxes, linen lined, well made and re r'
3F0RS5,00 inforced, will give extraordinary ser- $9095

vice. .
Famous "Arrow1' Trump, finest quality Beautiful dresses of finest pure silk ,
> Georgettes, flat crepes, silk crepe de 59c Solid Color T
'I j genuine English broadcloth shirts
chines and other silk materials, in A 75c quality
white only, a big value. r all pastel shades and combination INDIAN HEAD
Closing out all ensembles, and sleeveless dresses,
.- LADIES HATS every one a new style, most of these 45C YD. LADIES SILK HOSE
dresses have only just been. unpack.ed.
I I --.r.-- A wonder bargain. Genuine Indian Head, 36 inches
91C wide, 49C
, colors are lavender green rose
Mens Fancy blue tan, .
I pink regular price 59c yd.
About 100 newest styles ladies hats High grade Rayon silk hose, silk
3000 YARDS
TRUNKS & SHIRTSi that formerly sold at $2.00 to $3.95. from toe to top wit-t pointex heelsin -
Must all be closed gut -.t. one ,price, REMNANTS DRUID SHEETING15c all the newest pastel shades, guar-
d anteed a No. 1 quality at 49c..
49CFancy I II BIG VALUES quality Druid | DC YD
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broadcloth trunks and lisle I"

finish, athletic undershirts for men, and ARMYTRUNKS -= .
of the very best quality, worth75con I
sale now 43c. Regular $1.25 Grade
$4.88 Regular $1.00HOUSE
Regular price $7.50.best made steamer SILK DRESSES I?, DRESSES LADIES SILK HOSE

_. trunks and army lockers. We must
close them out.HOUSE. $4.95One
Regular $1.50 89C
69C .
group of Ladies silk dresses, in
MENS SHIRTS very newest styles and colors, mostof Finest quality pure thread silk hose
Made of fast color prints and fancy
: these dresses brand arrivals ,
4 are new for women in all the leading sum-
SLIPPERS and were Intended to sell at p.ongees-full cut, neatly trimmed mer shades-best $1.25 value on the
95C $7.95 to $9.95 but there they 'go at with pockets, belts, collars, etc. I market-new stock, all sizes at 89c.
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Mens fancy dress shirts made of fast ..
color materials, full cut body and Felt house slippers in all colors, rib-
sleeves with collars attached, real bon trimmed, durable asbestos soles, SILK DRESSES -
values, $1.25 to $1.50 all sizes regular price 75c and PCc!: .
a Pair, going at 49c.
.. $2095 Regular 39c Value

Closing out one lot of Ladies silk I SILKei3L OMERS SOLID COLOR VOILES
24 dresses that formerly sold up to $7.50
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CLEWISTON, voiles-in all the new pastel shades,
$1.89 ored with lock stitched seams, full
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cut, best workmanship, in all pastel derwear, etc' -real 39c quality.
White linen and pique dresses neatly
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.BEELE GLADE flee building will be moved to the I ers; that I would not wish to mix, letter stated: the .
I highway has been largely completed
VETS TO HAVE I new location and the old commissary In his political controversies at home. Dear Sir: I at the expense of Dade coun- Mickey from Lakeland.Flynn a.' 128 pound Irishman -

JULY 4th EVENT will be used 'as an office.FIFTYFOUR "After writing Mr. Gravely the let- "Your letter ,of May. 11th was re- 'ty; and the necessary road material fine reputation in his Williams home has a
town and
ter, I had his four bills Indefinitely ceived. In reply permit to .
me ready for grading
say already is on the Flynn is coming to the to
(Continued from page 1) CARS postponed in the. senate, on of that I have original petitions In my rock spoil bank of the"Miami canal bring home the bacon.

-. I which was creating a county court, possession from Hcndry from the
OF TOMATOES IS county opposing Dado county line to the With the preliminaries and semi-
also a most expensive institution; the the salary measures suggested junction with the South New River
:,' Independence Day the event will SEASONS TOTAL final out of the way, Joe Kato, pride'

r be In the nature of a housewarming -. other increasing the salary of the by you canal-a point about 30 miles west of Clewiston will climb through the

Superintendent of Public Instruction; "I consider your letter impertinentand of Fort Lauderdale-and the ....
home of the .
party for the new (Continued from page 1)) ropes at 140 pounds to meet' Jimmy .
legion post in that' community which -" one decreasing the pay of the county I now advise you that you can road material for the remaining distance Murphy 139 pounds from Lakeland.

commissioners, and decreasing the take any action that wish thatit to the lake Is procurable
finished that of you ; easily
is expected to be by company ran second with a total Keen interest is being shown in
pay of the tax collector and tax as- is a matter of Immateriality to me. by dredging the rock from the canal
i. time 16 cars and the Sugarland Packing the main bout, as Kato is in fightingtrIm' ;
sessor. I am now advised by him that I shall not House ,
pass Bill 837 or -
k to bottom.
been extended '
Invitations have operated K.Baker
company bj J. and Murphy heralded as Cen-
.. ho is preparing a gill reducing everybody's any other spite salary measure In- That thousands of tons of products
legion pos s Tampa, St. and S. R. Connell were third; with a tral Florida's Gene Tunney.
E salary. If this bill is. fair troduced by you. from the lake section are seeking a
Miami, Palm Beach and Fort total of ten cars.Competition The bouts weer arranged through

:_ and it is probable that the St. Peters- of the building on Ventura and equitable and applies generallyto "You may take this letter to the port for benefit of low water transportation J. C. Mainard. '

burg Post may send their famous street In the early part of the everybody: I shall support it witha press or anywhere else that you rates to the north, .

; celebration referendum to the people of Hen- please. That Miami is the metropolis of
band to assist in the 'July Fourth season delayed the Harvel. companyin

C and the housewarming partY. -I, getting away to a good start. but dry county. "Very truly yours, South Florida and has the only de- LARRIMORE IN NORTH

C' 'a last minute rush kept that packinghouse May I repeat my thinks to you for WM. If. MALONE. veloped deepwater port in this general J.Henry Larrimore
son of MajorW.
I r. the telegram? Please
While elaborate plans were: being operating after the, other had express my appreciation area with six established ocean J. Larrimore of Pahokee ."
k.:. made for the celebration., ,Donald Mc- closed for the season. of the help and supportthe MEASURES FOR ROADSTO steamship lines making frequent sail Conway, S. C., visiting'relatives%for

: Leod, who was named chairman of Of three packing ]houses operatingin people of Hendry county have always POINTS SOUTH ings to northern and other ports and a month. Mr. Larrimore is connected
t the building committee has launched the Clewiston section{ this year, me. NOW BEFORE HOUSE where precooling plants refrigerating with Barrick Brothers as a bookkeepI'

r into the work of supervising the con4strucHon two of the operators, W. C. Hooker Yours very truly, compartments In ships, municipal er. ) r::

of the new home so that I and W. S.Harvel. were in new build- W. H. MALONE/* (Continued from page 1) docks and warehouses and other facilities "

it will be finished by July 4. ings, while Connell' and Baker opt Graveley's letter to Senator Malone are available to shippers. -

'' The Southern States Land company crated from the old school house at reads as follows: that the provision? of highways from That millions of dollars are now TO FORM DEPARTMENTPlans

U are cooperating with the legionnairesby Bare Beach. I. Dear Senator Malone: the Lake Okeechobee district is important being expended by private Interestsin for the organization 'of vol' \

giving them piling for the foundation Hooker's packing house on the Sug "I am enclosing you herewith copy both as a safety outlet in the the lake section and along the Mi unteer fire department a Belle

for the building and life Huffman arland highway and the railroad event of repetition of the 1928 "disaster ami canal which will tremendously at
of a petition from a large number of Glade will be discussed at the ,
f and for the transportation of augment the tonnage and for which regular
Construction comapny and the tracks is a big two ,story frame and the citizens of
my county, asking meeting of the town council next
Wolfe Construction company have stucco building with apartments passengers and produce from the rich arrangements now must be made to
that law be
a passed reducing the
night it learned this
agreed to assist the veterans in the above while the Harvel packing salaries of the tax lake region to the lower east coast facilitate quick communication and was
and the
assessor week. The town has an American-La-
t construction of the road from theo house on Ventura avenue is a single tax collector of In metropolis. transport
my county com France engine and all progressive
cross state highway to the legion, story frame and sheet metal building : Outlining the advantages of con
with this
pliance request, I introduced residents will be asked to join ,the
. .- home site.Speaking. with the front part of the build- struction of such a road, the Miami FAST FICHT CARD
I in the House-Bill
No. 837, At
lepartment. present R. Watson
A. ,
: of the plans for the event, ing used by the W. S. Harvel Seed which Herald in its Sunday issue BaH: WILL BE STAGED
was passed by the House on police chief is head'of
t acting the fire
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Commander Buck of the legion post company. The road would place Clewiston at HERE TOMORROW '
.1 ,Thursday night, relucing these sal department.
tt' said: aries. I II the south end of Lake Okeechobee 4t

;,: "We believe that the opening of "I and easily accessible to all the com- (Continued from Page 1)
note by Friday's Senat Journal
r', the HOUSE SHORTAGE I mnnitfe's nrnnml tho.._ 1. Va. TirUViin... orv, '- DIAMOND READY
new legion home will be of sufficient ----------- ------- .v "u. v ,
that did not fit
you see to pass this
t- importance to attract representatives -i PROBLEM CROWS miles or three hours ''by truck of Miami In the main preliminary Pete Mor- With the erection of a tall wire-
., bill and carry out the wishes of the
: from all of the larger leg. MARE ACUTE HERE It would eliminate the present gan, battling typesetter from the backstop and the levelling off of the
people of my county. This bill could
4' ion posts of the state. It is not very -' need for farmers in that section to Clewiston News will clash with Buddy outfield In the Canal Point baseball.
easily have been passed by the Sen-
: long ago since Belle Glade legion- (Continued from page 1)several haul their produce to Miami by way Purvis of Lakeland. Pete will diamond, that field is now ready for 't'play.
t ate Friday, if you had so desired it, '
:' naires were feverishly working to ,. of West Palm Beach or Lake Worth weight In at 153 and Purvis at 150. '' Several low places in the infield -,
and you and I both know it, but you
r, clear away the debris, from a storm, more weeks work on the cutting off more than two hours, by Both boys are in excellent shape for are yet to be filled in, but evenit
not see fit to do so, or, in other '
building before it is completed all truck or 60 the and six rounds of its condition diamond
stricken town, and thF fact that the about miles which in- go speedy fight- present the
words, you, as the Senator of the i
,. of the four apartments have been cludes hauling ing are is of the best in the ,
local boys have come back BO strongly through additional cities expected. one Everglades.
district in which my county is located -
;'. will undoubtedly bring recognition rented. and towns. The semi-final will see Smiling league. T. B. Gilbert, is in charge"of _

1:; from the progressive posts of the Not only are there not sufficient by your actions, are deliber- W. H. Owen, manager of the Miami Williams 128 pounds for LaBelle"wade the work. ..
houses in Clewiston to supply the de- ately thwarting the wishes of a vast
:. state." Motor club, pointed out, yesterday
3" mand number of the citizens of my county
but there are still almost 30 that 20 miles of, the road have been -
families living in Moore Haven whose who are heavily overtaxed and are
;: completed from Miami along the Miami
K.:; BIDS ARE FOR CALLED HOMES, IN. heads are' working in Clewiston, it being asking for the relief that you refuse canal" to Pennsuco, Fla., the site FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN t-
r' BJ '" them.
impossible for them to get housesor
of the Pennsylvania. Sugar
CANAL POIN AREA J" apartments in Clewiston and the "I have done my duty in this mat. plantation company Fordson Crawler Tractor-12 inch track

( family heads are forced to make the ter and the responsibility, now rests
(Continued from Page 1)) Among the points stressed fn a resolution One No. 51 Oliver Plow -,
h' 15 mile drive to. and .from Moore Ha- i with you, however, I appeal to you endorsed I by the leading or-

,:. ven every morning and night. in all' fairness to the people of my ganizations of Miami are the follow- One No. 3 Oliver Plow
: chobee and although it was not announced county to immediately House-
Those who have kept in touch with pass ing:
r.;: officially it is believed that the house shortage; problem pointedout Bill 837, and thereby carry out the That there is Practically New-Urgent Need of Cash
an immediate
several more houses will follow the pressing
wishes of my people. If you have any
week that unless builders
';f' construction of the first 20. come in to take advantage of this doubt that this bill and the bill I introduced between need Lake for a direct state highway R. M WATERS
Okeechobee Miami
: and
; Preparations in the Canal Point .
some time that 'passed .
;j opportunity the problem with the ago I
: by way of the shortest practical
community for a busy season are evident the Houese Florida
coming of summier will become even will pass, reducing the ] route namely along the Miami Avon. Park
;: on every hand and within the salaries of the county commissioners canal.i .,
r. more acute, for additional houses and j That the Dade
county portion of
?.', next few weeks the new commissary apartments will be needed for the of my county, thus carrying ou the .

: at that point will} be completed. the wishes of the people of my county,
workers on new 2,500 ton a day
< It is 100x150 feet of frame and
I appeal to your sense of fairness to "
mill extension 'and also for the mill ,4-
stucco construction with celotex interior place a referendum clause in both : : "
: operators and field workers when the ;. ,
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and will be one of the :
biggest these. bills and pass them throughthe .
r ,mill is operated again this year. '.' "' .. .
: stores In the Everglades Several
Senate. Certainly it would only

r. large plate glass windows in the front ..
be fair rr
MALONE SCORES to let my people vote on this i 14' 'r 1' {r'; 1 ., Ia i..I
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of the building give it an attractive i..1 .l.' "N
I : proposition.
r. appearance as well as lighting the "SPITE" MEASURE "I am sending a:!, copy of this letterto

r f'r' Interior and the Florida East Coast the press and to each citizen in

r[, railroad has completed the installation (Continued! from Page 1)a my county, with the request that I t (

k. of a spur track to the side ,door same be published, and, if you, see

':. of the commissary to facilitate the bill reducing everybody's Salary in fit to extend to me the courtesy ,of r

handling of shipments. As soon as the same percentage and that I would a reply, I will greatly appreciate it. r

. the workmen complete the finishing support the bill, but that I would not "I am sincerely yours, ...:/ ,},, : ,: .<" '1HOT SUMMER DAYS t.. :' -: ." ,;:. ,

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touches within the next week or two support his measures increasing some (Signed- LOUIS O. GRAVELY." : .

the present commissary in the old of- people's salary and decreasing oth Senator Malone's reply to this ; '
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.;: LaBelle News FIGHT FRUIT FLIES I (jJuniJippbu'SbattersJllLEndu- -. ;

--,---- Gainesville, Pla.-Seniors in the
jr< Colleg of Agriculture will be allowed -
the Seaboard tracks about a mile Senator John S. Taylor of Largo .
PARTY to finish all class work and ex- --=e
FAREWELL Everett hotel
above the depot. They intend to ship was a guest at the ;
aminations in time to report at Or-
Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer cattle here and fatten them for the last week. Mr.. Taylor was a candidate -
lando for work In
and exterminating the
h at an afternoon farewell bridge market in Tampa and Florida. for governor In the yast years
ii::. tea party at her. home in North La t primary and Is in LaBelle to visit Mediterranean fruit fly on May 15, MCCiLSi )
riverbank according to an announcement from '
-. Belle on the Caloosahatch.ee Former Rep George Hendry motored relatives esccpiaccly since he stop-
W. L. Floyd, assistant (loan.
in honor of Mrs. A. L Hendrick- to Fort Myers Tuesday in regard ped at Hendry Ford's hotel. i
The decision to allow the seniorsto
Mrs.Henrickson "
son and Miss Signy Henrickson. bill introducedIn \ Widen ,"
to the drainage ice say "Cum-Dipping .
take their
and Miss Henrickson arc the legislature giving all the improvements examinations two weeks \ i / / it's just the .same at saying
leaving LaBelle to make their homein in canals, etc.to the Tax Assessor Hurd L. Reeves motored early was reached after Plant Board \
California. Pink and white roses { to Clewiston on business Tues officials explained to the faculty of
arranged in bouquets east coast. day. the college the need for college train ..: (
and gladiolas .
made pretty decorations about the Mrs. A. Henrickson. and Miss -- .I ed men to help in waging war on the .4S2.r1t..
fruit fly, Dean \
Floyd Thereare
rooms. Mrs. Henrickson was presented Signy Henrickson entertained severalof C. G. Balllster of Fort Meade wasa 16 said. \pf" -
who will
shopping bag as a I beach party at x- receive their degrees -
with a dainty her friends to a Everett hotel this
at the
guest r
guest prize and. Miss Henrickson a Crescent Beach Sunday. The guests, at the commencement 'this year, / carried the Studebaker Presidents 30,000 .,
gold bracelet. present were Mr. and Mrs A.L.. week and it is felt now that practicallY the THEY in 26,326 minutes. On race tracks-over
.!,.. After the bridge and social hour: Taylor, Mrs.E.. E.Sdwards. Mrs.Ad. entire number will Join the Plant -::: f'ird+..e mountain and deert--on smooth pavements-they
}:: sandwiches, tea, cakes, ice cream and dicks 'and children, Mrs.H.. A. Mrs.A.. L. ,Henrickson, Mrs.A'. : L,1 i board forces at Orlando. -I ">, have shown themselves the toughest, strongest,
r,;- candy were served. Mrs.H.. A.Bes. Bestor, Mrs.Bekemeyer. Mrs.Dryer. ; I Taylor and Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer I Besides the seniors there are nine '/ -=- and safest' tires you can put on your car. 7-

r? tor of Clewiston was presented first and Mr. Martindale of Fort M"ers.Mrs were guests in Fort Myers Tuesday. graduate students in the College of Listen In111ondayNight ..
,.> prize for bridge. The guests were, Agriculture who will receive Master'sdegrees

!\ Heurlckson. Miss Signy Hen- Hurd L. Reeves is spendingthe Mr. W.W.. Wade of Jacksonville this :year, and a number of CLEWISTON MOTOR .CO.n .

i..., rickson, Mrs.A.. L. Taylor, Mrs. Ross, week in na"rtow. Mr.Reeves. accompanied was a guest at the Everett hotel these men will also enlist In fruit i
sr., Mrs.Bestor. Mrs.J.[ R. Doty, her to Sebring. Monday fly eradication work.

t ;' Mrs.Ed. G. Pfluge, Mrs. FrankTaughetry --!.. SI:'..",t,.111.1111.111,11, ,.,nt.io .'tt.n.u, .. ... ... __ _
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, Mrs. Seldon Stewart, L. McEwen. of Felda motored to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Webber. mo- -.n.n.u.u.u if.iF.f.ifif.if.tiif.ti I I 111.1111.III r.II I iTiT iTiT I I iTiT iTiTi 1 1 iTiTi 1 I iTiTi iTiTi I ni i1iTi iTiTl I iTiTiiTiTiiTiTiiTiTi iTiTi I I ifiTiiTiTiiTiTi I. .. I iTiTi iTiTiiTiTi I I I I t iTiTiiTiTi iTiTi I t;

;(':,: Mrs. GfW.. Pettee, Mrs.Henderson. Augusta, Ga.last. week. The shipping tored to Tampa Sunday.
'Mrs. Webber, Mrs. Royer, Miss Sallie season is now over in F lda. --
1 Middleborough, Mrs. Coruette. -- Frank and Joe Daugherty motored
:; Owing to the detour of the bridge RIDER'S SON HOME to South Bay Friday to look after I I SPECIALS FOR OUR I II

u.;. several amusing incidents occurred the transporting of their dragline to
County Attorney H. A. Rider motored -
one party coming in a boat. j I LaBelle.
f to Fort Myers Monday wherehe I
t: brought his little son Billy, who .

: Mr.and. Mrs. George 'V. Pettee and has been in the hospital! for over a SOLONS DISCUSS I OPENING I
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r". George Loveland Pettee were visitorsin month since his arm was broken. ROUTINE'MATTERS' -
Palm Beach last week end. Mrs.Rider. had been with him during -
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: his stay in the hispltal. =. .
"Fw. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hull motored to -
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:: Palm Beach Sunday. Miss Marie Malakowsky was oper- dry county came before the board .
r', ated on at the Lee Memorial hospitalin Bad explained the work being done -
;l\ Judge Ross married two Fort My Fort Myers for her tonsils and it to eradicate the Mediterranean fly I MAY 25'

'.: ers couples at a double weoding at i is reported she is doing fine. from the state and left the matter I
W. to the board as to whetrer or not
!'. the LaBelle courthouse. Ralph up : : : :
:!_ Wodward and June Possolo, and MerlJ. The Epworth League class of the inspectors should be placed on the
'. Pritchard and Lucy Harrington. Methodist church had a picnic in the road. He also asked thata montion be : I

woods Mondiv I t -
, : Homer Taylors house in Felda foods served wci'e:: delicious chicken, tion by Stewart seconded by Delaney r : PANTS'

,. burned to the ground.last Sunday rice and \vemers and many others. called and carried that the county III 25 Doz. Mens Union Suits all
I commissioners of Hendry county express 150 Khaki Pants going at itj: ..
Mrs. Collins was brought home Tax Collector James L.. Taylor returned their appreciation of the steps sizes at.

from the Lee 'County: hospital last Saturday from Tallahassee that are being taken by the state Iii 55C $1.50 !
'. \ Friday and it is reported that she is where he has been for the last week plant board;: of Florida to prevent the ,
recovering fast. opposing legislation detrimental to spread of the Mediterranean fly and I \ I e.a 1

the interests of Hendry county and I that this board will gradly cooperate I a

J. B.Hendry. county, wholesale we believe he nuts have had a big with the said state plant board in any

meat company of Tampa, are having job as there has been so 'much of I way for the construction of two ten- : KHAKI SHIRTS OVERALLS
a cattle chute and pens made along this kind of legislation introduced. nis courts on the school grounds.
10 doz. Blue Chambray and
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: Father's disposition is usually the dition to its importance to the civilian* r g '. r. $1 .00 /

of all the mothers in the makes of the *
:1: envy neighborhood population, sugar one
but he likes his oatmeal first commodities to be controlled by I : .

; well dusted with sugar, and for hin1.the. government in time of war. The Itt.

coffee atall. So the morning he found distressing a sugar shortage I can become m :- :-

an empty sugar bowl on the table his how important it is that 'a '
I: safety valve failed to function, and nation's sugar supply be produced 0I> .

the family had its first real row. within the country's continental ; UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY HATS-RIDING PANTS m'I

Along with the other vitally neclitiiits.: .It spite of this principle, and : .

8' essary articles we take our sugar for although the United States consumer 0fc: SMITH SMART SHOES OVERALLS BOOTS I

granted-until we are deprived of it. more sugar than any other nation in W
: a1Ylodernproducingandrefiningmeth- world, most of our supply comes I Dr. Reed Cushion Sole Shoes WORK SHOES m

ods have made it possible for people to us from across the high seas. The
in every walk of life to have all the undersigned companies believe t''rt.' : : AT REASONABLE PRICES II ,

sugar they need,and this of the finest to be a deplorable: situation which '

quality. A few centuries ago sugar was should be remedied as soon as possi-
I Any article purchased at this store that does not give satisfaction I
considered a luxury. Not so today. ble. Regard for American welfare and '

Sugar is a source of energy in connational safety are not the least of can be returned and purchase price will be refunded. =

centrated form, being composed of their motives in bending their energies *

98 per cent digestible carbohydrate and investing millions in capital I i :''
and yielding 1750 calories per pound. in the cause of increasing our domestic MENS SUITS .iJ

Because _of its high energy value production of cane sugar. The story mIn

and easy portability, sugar is a food of the Dahlberg Sugar Cane' Industries : made to measure suits we feature Kuppenheimer and r

item of importance to the,armed. is contained in an illustrated '
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forces of any nation. This fact, in ad- booklet, sent upon request.

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