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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I 1930 SCANDALS Registration Open Till Books' Tuesday GARAGE MANAGER ANNOUNCES AS Mechanical Made; In Repairs News Shop DELANEY SEEKS ,



ff!! ARE me SUCCESS Registration books will be open CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER Because of repairs to be made in $25000 DAMAGE

until next Tuesday, it was an- the mechanical department of the


I ff.i r : IN lOCL!! REVIEW that nounced the by time J. limit A. McGhee for the who Clewls-said AS SUCCESSOR TO W. C. HOOKERE. Clewiston four page -paper.News, this Repairs issue on is the a LIBEL CASE I'


ton area has been' extended. The t--- newspaper press and other equIp-

r, books are to be returned to La ment In the News composing room

, s Playlet, Songs, Dance Belle next Wednesday and those] E. Kelly With Years ,Experience As Govern- will require almost a full week, County.IN Commissio n e rSays

{Numbers 'Featur e 2 who fall to register in Clewistonmay ment Auditor To Seek Seat As Hooker making it necessary to publish a Publication OAuditor's

r register at La Belle. smaller paper this week to permit
Hour Sponsored
Play Retires To Private Business. Report In
Seventy new voters have regis- the work to be done.

" "By ,Aid Society. tered (In the Clewiston district and Repair of the News equipment is Clewiston News Affects

more are expected this week. Thisis Encouraged a large group of onnected with the United States In keeping with the policy of the His Character.Claiming .

Clewiston was treated to almost in addition to the Clewiston vot- Clewistonites to enter his name as government; as an accountant and management to continue to give

I three hours of entertainment when ers who registered previously In a candidate for county commissionerfrom auditor and for three years he wasn News readers a well printed paper. that his "character has

i' the "Clewiston Scandals of 1930"were this priclnct and who are not required | the actuarial department of a le. been, greatly injured," :hIs businessas
i this district E. E. Kelly, manager
presented Wednesday and las t
I to register again to vote ,in gal reserve life insurance company. a "general contractor materially
under the auspices of the Ladies of the Clewiston Motor Company
night
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the June primaries. ; Mr. Kelly is a native of Missouri I CANE HARVESTING damaged" and that the confidence
Aid society of the Clewiston Com
yesterday announced his candidacy
and has been a resident! of Floridafor reposed in him heretofore as a county
munlty church. for the office of county commissioner -. the ''past seven He Is commissioner '
I year; marred has been lost as a
The entire show was one of the as successor to W. 0. Hooker CONTINUES OVER
INDIAN AFFAIRS and has a daughted, Evelyn, result of the publication in The Clew-
_, best offered by the local society, and .
whose term expires.Mr. who
lives in Clewiston.The iston News of the auditors report iIi
among the several numbers which who has been resident' 40 MILE FRONT
Kelly a
announcement
COMMITTEE SEESCLEWISTON by Commissioner Hendry county, H. L. Delaney, county
were voted headliners; were the Bath of Clewiston for the past year. has Hooker that he will not seek reelection commissioner of District No. 3 last !
tub scene' arranged by Mrs. Roy S. : -
Intimate touch with conditions
kept in
as county commissioner has week started suit against Louis A.
Dunaway.: the Charleston number, MILLSen. here for the past three years Tractors Cane Wagons '
peen expected by his friends who ap Morgan, Clewiston News publisher;
: f Mrs. E.: J. Kerr and Pete Wilson in during which time he was secretary, preciate the fact that for the past Trains And Locomotives for $25,000 damages.The .

specialty dancing, J. A. Plunkett and of the Clewiston Motor Company with four
Mr. Hooker
years has given to
\ d 1 Used In Work. story which appeared in The
Marshall Yenowine in the Little Eva I ThomasImpress offices in Jacksonville the administration of county affairs
... melodrama and the one act play Clewiston ,News was .a copy of the
his residence In Clewistonthe
DurIng
With Possibilities Of .considerable time which was due his auditor's ,
: which contained sparkling wit and local motor manager business. Harvesting of Florida's 1930 sugar i report on Hendry county
company He
was elected first In
Everglades.Completing in the northern Everglades at'' conditions and all statements writ
humor. crop
i has achieved an enviable reputationas : 1926 'and reelected in 1928 during ten the
auditor
The show opened with "Way DownY '' the end of the twelfth week of the 'by were 'quoted ver:
business and his 'business,
a man *hich two terms he served the batim.
'* South" double quartette their trip through the present grinding season finds the
sung by a methods have been highly praised by county faithfully although at a great
: :;' consisting ,ofB.: M. '''Beach, J. E. northern Everglades on their study of I his 1 fellow merchants and town resi- sacrifice to his private business. Increasing work progressing on a large scale Commissioner Delaney's charges In.:

Beardsley, G. B. Heard, Marshall conditions among the Seminole .Indians dents. demands over a 40 ,mile front, survey of the his bill of complaint are as follows:
of his business necessitates -
Yenowine, Kettl, Sam Woodham, members of the committee on Another factor which influencedlocal activities of the Southern Sugar Company IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
his giving his entire time
;r, Crane and ,Fred Moltz, with Miss Indian affairs" of the U. S. Seriate people In petitioning 'Mr. Kellyto and in retiring from public office revealed this week. I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP,

,; Marian Leydig at the piano. Other stopped In Clewiston Monday where announce his candidacy was his Mr. Hooker has the sincere appreciation The eastern boundary of the Southern FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY, j

double quartette numbers were Kentucky I they were guests of. W. G. Ames, past experience which fits him ad ,of Clewistonites for his years Sugar Company operations Is the COUNTY.H. {I

:, :a'. ,Babe, The/Bells of St.. Mary's Southern Sugar Company consulting mirably for a seat on the .county of, _valuable, service to this section : Canal Point area and the western L. DELANEY Plaintiff, va.

\ ',7' and Lovin'. I engineer, at a luncheon at the Clew commission. For six, years he was of. the"'county. boundary Is the Benbow Farm ,camp, LOUIS A. ORGAN, Defendant.

; "Mrs. Apple and Her Corps" a one iston Inn and later on an inspection, a few miles east of Moore Haven. DECLARATIONH.

act playlet brought an avalanche of trip through the Clewiston sugar Within these boundaries harvestingwork L. DeLaney of La Belle, Hendry,

,: applause from the audience. In the factory. SUGAR BOWL AREA NEW ARRANGEMENTMADE is under way at Liberty Point, County, Florida, by his attorney B

playlet were Mrs. J. G. Allahnds, Mrs Senator Lynn Frazier, ,chairman of Clewiston, Bare Beach, Miami Locks A. Bales, sues Louis A. Morgan ofi

"' William Cecil Owen, Mrs. Walker: the committee left the party at BrIgh- DRAINAGE COVERS IN FREIGHT I and South Bay. Clewistou, Hendry County, Florida

":' Stansell II, Mrs. Dick 'C. Miller: Mrs ton and those who visited Clewistonwere Engaged In the work of the harvest and for cause of action says:

; Vaughn, Mrs. J. R. Alston, Mrs. Fred Senator Elmer Thomas of Oklahoma are tractors of both the COUNT ONE

I Puryear and the, Misses Mary Skel- : Nelson A. Mason, clerk of the, 144,000 ACS'a ( TRAINJCHEDULE i light and heavy type in addition to That on March 21st 1930, at Clew-

,: t don, L. M. Overall, B. Kettl, with : Indian Affairs committee; Mr. Jones a..... : more than 200 specially constructed iston, Hendry County, Florida, LouIs .

,',. 'Miss Leydig at the piano., I secretary of the committee: Major '*"V railroad cane cars, approximately 400 A. Morgan defendant publisher of the "

Mr. Crane scored a big hit In his Spencer Indian Affairs Commissioner Pumping Capacity Fourteen ,Hours S Savings Athey cane wagons' and three railroad Clewiston News, a weekly newspa

soli "On the Road to Mandalay" and in Florida; Dr. George H. Brad- Is Now Over 2QOOJ60; Effected Through locomotives. The light two ton trac-: per published at Clewiston in said

l? [_Butler as .:t.. "Much Married Coon, ford .ot MianJl..an.d: ; Glenn.Skipper,. Gallons" Per. Minfifef! ** WNewACrL: ;-Plan. tore-are'used for "spotting" the cane County. treacherously and falsely putt

pointed out the wpes of matrimony.,. Republican National Committeemanfrom wagons as they are filled In the lished of and concerning Plaintiff

.- Henry Storey',who gained popularity Florida and his son James. field and pulling them to the road herein, the words following: that I
Progress of drainage operations in Inauguration of a new schedule on
as a country store keeper In the Visibly Impressed with the entire where the cane wagon train is made to say,
the northern Everglades is reflectedIn
freight train time schedule from Lake
I.a '".- "Flapper Grandmother" was better Everglades section Senator Thomas up. From here the wagon train Is 1. "DeLaney liable to fine and Jail
the records which show the, total Harbor and Clewiston the Atlantic
on -
', 'than"ever, In 'the Scandals as the said that the soil ,in this section is drawn to the nearest railroad loading sentence says Auditor after careful
pumping capacity of pumps in the Coast Line
announced this
, country boy telling of his city expe- the richest he has 'ever' seen and he was station where the cane Is mechanically :! : check of County Administration."
sugar bowl area to be more than 2- week. The change in the schedulewill
_riences. characterized the mill and the sugar transferred from the wagons to 2. "Inefficiency in County offices
000,000 gallons of water per minute. greatly benefit the farmers of
t, Mrs. Rose King of Moore Haven cane operations as "A wonderfulwork. the railroad cane cars and hauled to and, attempted misappropriation bj-
Drainage operation during the past the ,Clewiston and Lake Harbor sec-
; with Mr. Holliday at the piano was the mill for grinding. DeLaney reported by Auditor," mean
few have been in-
years steadily tions.
f .
t
. ', a big success in her solo "Wonderful ing and conveying the idea thafi
creased in proportion to the expansion Under the new schedule which be-
Something. Plaintiff had attempted to misappro
t of the activities of the Southern 'came effective last Monday the
,.' Something new in the line' of entertainment JUDGE LANDIS IS priate County funds.
,- in Clewiston Sugar Company and while the dawnof freight train' which also carries express SIX SCOUTS PASS
was seen That by reason of the above words!;
in the Happy Days dance, the chorus the sugar cane Industry in the shipments now leaves Lake
and statements published by Defend-
,. including :Mrs. William Cecil Owen, VISITOR IN ,SUGAR"BOWLTERRiTORY northern Everglades found one drain- Harbor at 7:30 p. m. passing through TESTS IN SECOND and concerning Plaintiff, Plaintiff!

t age district with one pumping station Clewiston ,and arriving In Palmdaleat
Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. Alston
Mrs.
Roy brings this suit, and claims damages'in
J; Walker affording water control over 43,000 11 p. m. where it meets a through
Stansell, and the Misses Gladys the sum of Twenty-five Thousand'
WORKSix ,
l' Nowling, Frances Tipper, Jayme I_. acres there are now 17 pumping train for Jacksonville. Instead of remaining CLASS SCOUT Dollars.

plants providing water, control for approximately
at Palmdale the train under
Williams
Evelyn Kelly, and Tom COUNT TWO
Judge Kennisaw Mountain Landis, 144,000 In the
! acres. the new time table immedately returns -
Shelley, J. A. Plunkett, A. J. Hackett
Czar of Baseball several hoursin members of the Clewiston troopof That on March 21, 1930, at Clewis-
spent Sugarland district there
drainage to Lake Harbor where 'it remains -
, and :Marshall Yenowine with 'Robert
Clewiston Boy Scouts passed their second ton. Hendry County, Florida, Defendant
' ,: Tuesday afternoon on a were three pumps with a pumping until time for, departure. Un-
Chamberlain at the piano.
visit to the Southern class scout tests in the Clewiston publisher of The Cle".istoIiNews
Sugar Company capacity of 180,000 gallons of water
: der the old system the train re-
The show
was chock full of
new auditorium night publishedat
school Wednesday' a weekly newspaper
t plantations and the 4,000 tons a day per minute and today the number of mained at 'Palmdale and the advan-:
Clewiston
talent, outstanding which Clewiston and were awarded second class bad- Clewiston in said County, falsely,
sugar factory. pumps in the sugar bowl area has tage of the plan is saving of
Miss new a .
was Frances Monroe
daughter .
ges by H. O. Kight, Scout Executiveof recklessly, and maliciously with in
Judge Landis I
'}. of :Mr. -Monroe accompanied by Cap? been Increased to 34 with a total 14 hours: time between here and
local Western Union tain Duff, general -the Fort Myers. ,Boys who passed the tent to injure Plaintiff, published the'words :
of
/ manager pumping capacity of more than 2- Jacksonville.
". manager., Miss Monroe ,was excellent : tests and who will now work for following:
Clewiston Company and W. C. Han 000,000 gallons of water mintue.
S';, in per
( a monologue "GIgglin' Lizzie" and son their first class badges are Halson 1. DeLaney liable to fine and Jail
manager of tho Clewiston divi-
. Drainage districts in which opera-
: f'; equally "good later in "A Cullud Disputation sion of the Southern Sugar Company tions of the Southern Sugar Companyare Avant, Bobbie Hare, Van Bush, E. sentence says Auditor after careful
with
'; Mrs. Mrs. Earl Merchant. stopped to watch the Muench sugar now under way include Disston Draglines &t WorE, B. Bethea, Richard Bestor and Ed check of County Administration.."
E. J. Kerr and Pete Wilson' win Ward. Mr. Kight stated that Meaning and imputing that after an)
introduced 'f cane harvesting machine In operation Island, Sugarland, South Florida Con- In Construction Of .
something new In dancing these boys were as well prepared as audit had been made of the CountyAdministration
in a cane field near the mill. The servancy, Pahokee and Pelical Lake Road
to Clewiston New Pahokee
audiences and the Auditor making)
Judge followed the any other he has examined. the
mac hine as itI Districts.
,
.rO' show would have ended there had j I cut, topped and stripped the cane and Court officials present were CaptainF. the dPlaintiff( had. said that DeLaneyJ

,: t they refused to respond to the deaf! he appeared Draglines are now at work on the Deane Duff, chairman of the court ( herein) was liable to a fine
J greatly interested in the
,' ening applause from the enthusiastic operation. Dr. D. C. GoodmanSees Belle Glade-Pahokee road building up of honor; Scout Executive Kight, and Jail, sentence, and that said Audi 1

.' '! audience. Later in the evening Pete the road shoulders and covering the Frank O. Richmann, and Frank Coth- tor's report only showed that one ,

':, :\. Wilson did a solo number ,In his own S Sugar Work On: road with the marl rock to form the era, scoutmaster. County officer_ namely DeLaney, was

",- .'',}'' Inimitable way, while Bob Chamber.. I Tour Of Inspection the Base for the surfacing. Tho work liable to a fine and Jail sentence.
;
lain at WIDOW OF EASLY
the IS PAID
piano emphasized Pete'sfast this week had progressed to a point "Inefficiency in County offices!

: tapping ability with well timed $4,600 GROUP INSURANCE Dr. Daniel Carson Goodman, vice- approximately three miles from the and attempted misappropriation by;

':, stops in tho music. I president In charge of public rela- Hillsborough Canal bridge. GLADES SUGAR WORKIN DeLaney reported by Auditor."

[. Jim Boardsley's true bass voice Is I H.Mrs. Inez Easly, widow of Earl tions for the Celotex Company and Although the work Is under way, MOVIE BY PATHE That by reason of the above words
as good as ever, the audience Easley, Clewiston sugar mill
: voted the Southern Sugar Company spent the road Is not closed to traffic, and and statements, maliciously publishedby

"with hearty applause when he sang foreman who died recently was several days in Clewiston this weekon while travel is slower than before Scenes' of operations of the. defendant in The Clewiston News,

:; "Asleep In the Deep" and Marshall paid $4,600.00 under the group and Southern Sugar Company In the Plaintiff'sstanding
the date aforesaid,'
an Inspection of his company's work was started, the wide shoulders on
:; Yenowlno ''with his gifted stage personality cooperative Insurance carried by northern Everglades were photographed
and character
reputation
Florida holdings. make It safer. The road Is to be surfaced -:
h sang "Love Mo." the Southern Sugar Company for last week to be Incorporated -
Arriving by automobile from West from Belle Glade to Pahokeo has been greatly injured, and Plain
<. Plunkett and Yenowine in their the benefit of Its employees.
Palm Beach Dr. Goodman visited giving motorists a smooth well paved in an educational I moving tiff's business as general contractor
i own version of "Little Eva Crossing Mrs. Easly was paid, $600 under
picture reel by Pathe.A. result of
materially damaged, as a
f';:' ", several camps of the Southern Sugar highway completely around the south
tho Ice" was the most hilarious bit the group insurance carried by tho
and J. Vandcn-
Company and studied operationsin ern end of Lake Okeechobee. F. Bernadac the aforesaid defamatory words pub.

t! of comedy ever seen In this section. Southern Sugar Company for the the field work, showing particular brock, Pathe director and cameraman H4hed as aforesaid alleged by Defendant -

'J Plunkett was Eva and Yenowine was benefit, of Its employees and she interest In the operation of the Mu- spent three days in Clewiston concerning Plaintiff.

the moustachloed'vllUan., also received $4,000 under the ench machine.His taking moving pictures of the WHEREFORE Plaintiff claim 3
sugar cane harvesting CLEWISTON MAN DIES
.
/" :. Charley Miner, Butler and Stewart Southern Sugar Company cooperative the
I I Inspection Included a trip OF PARALYTIC STROKE mill interior and pictures of damages In the sum of s Twenty.fivo'Thousand
In "Variety" Insurance
swerved from threatened plan which became
Muench harvester the sugar cane Dollars.
through the 4,000 tons a day Clew-
razor play to discussion of their effective on February 1 of this .
machine and tractor pictures COUNT THREE-
ston sugar factory following the various Stricken with paralysis Wednesdaynoon planting
troubles
and the result was sido-aplit- year. in the fields. The purposeof That March 21, at Clewis-
0 ting. steps In the process of raw sugar Mebb Williams Hendry coun- on 19:9

Under this latter Insurance tho manufacture. ty pioneer died at his home east of the field pictures Is to contrast ton, Hendry County, Florida, Defendant
s The show closed with a male chorus policy certificate had not yet been
methods used In FlorIda The Clewiston Newsa
tho modern publisher of
"Lovln" Completing his Inspection of the sugar Clewiston Wednesday evening. Funeral ,
as O. L. Jeffries did received and the nominal premiumof ;'
cane operations In the northern arrangements aro now being made with those In use In Cuba. Arrangements weekly newspaper published at
twirling_ tricks with a baton, which $2.80 had not been collected at
will later be made to In said County falsely,
makes him Everglades, Dr. Goodmaritoeld> ''several1 and Interment will be In the OrtOD3o'cemetery. Clewiston
;: a necessary asset to any the time of the death of the in-
I successful theatrical conferences with local officials be- He Is survived by his show the completed) picture In recklessly, and maliciously ,with intent

|t. Clewlstotui production In sured. fore returning to his office In Chi wife ,Eva, and six children, four of Clewlaton. to Injure H. L. DeLaney as Coun:
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I ty, Plaintiff, Published the words following .Thousand Dollars, nounced by his son, Dick C. Miller, tice during his two weeks visit in
: B. A. Bales at whose home Dr. Miller will pracClewiston.I' .
in County offices For Plaintiff.
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"Inefficiency Attorney
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and attempted misappropriation by
DeLaney reported by Auditor." Imputing DR. O. S. MILLER TO ANNOUNCEMENTYour J/ t h Q J
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a misappropriation of County SPEND WEEKS HERE :::-
funds. I Dr. 0, S. Miller osteopathic phy support and assistance at.the June
2. "In connection with the affidavits -I I sician of St. Petersburg will arrivein Primary will be appreciated. :
submitted and classed as exhibits Clewiston April 9, it was an-
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Commissioner DeLaney attempted to LEGAL NOTICE I !!
In Justice of Peace Court, First Q iPA
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misappripriate County funds etc. r.
: District, Hendry County, Slate. of for County Commissioner + ; rrt
: and imputing that the affi- t
Meaning : Florida. 7 i fib.f .
davits C C1 and C C 2 referred to j Anna M. Hopkins, ct vir, W. A. District No. 1
showed that Commissioner DeLaney i Hopkins, plaintiff, vs. Universal Markets -
to I l and E."r.. Stappleton,. defend- .. ... ..
had attempted misappropriate -- ---- -- --- -

County. funds. andt.Under and by virtue of an execu- :...- f !( [|| (|||||||| I1II 1111111111''11111111 i 111111111 I i 111111111111 I J 11II1I111. i III I1111111111111111 I I I 11111 Iltlllllllllllllll f f III 11111112 i
: That by reason of the said words tion issued in the above stated case -
and statements wilfully and maliciously out of the above Court, I will sell at -= =-
in front of the CourtHouse =
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published by the Defendant
I I door or in Clewiston, Florida, =
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as aforesaid alleged; Plaintiff's honesty in said County, on :Monday the 14th -- 1 _---
\; and integrity as County Commissioner I. day of April 1930,. at 10 o'clock A. M., I _
of District Number Threein to the highest bidder for cash, the following .
property, to-wit: I LET IMF r MONEY WORK :' :' .
Hendry County has been greatly All of the property and effects ol ..
i injured, and the confidence reposedin the Universal Markets and of E. W -::: =
him as such public officer hereto- Stappleton doing business as Universal = -. =-
Markets, In Clewiston, Hendry
fore by the citizens and tax '
within said County, has been payers lost, County Said sale Florida.to be made under said .;,... Account, bearing interest may be started with. payments.. .
a result of the publishing of the writ and by virtue of an order from :.' .
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the Court dated Feb. 17, 1930, A. D., ,' '. .':, "
aforesaid ''
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ing Plaintiff as County Commissionerby the collection of rents due the <: -


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TO THE VOTERS OF THE 12TH JUDICIAL .. '1> .'*a?: "' _: : ,; ,; : ;/.". :'H' .. .: ...-: .'.. '. ::i:: .. < .:, '.'

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PAGE FOUR CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1930,

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Insurance company arrived In Clew group of :young folks honoring her LOST I FOR RENT
I By The Way Have You Heard ? iston this week for a business con.ference son Wallace who has Joined the iia- Canvas truck cover, 8x6. Please Front apartment of three room,

with Dick C. Miller, local vy. Delicious refreshments were return to Fruit Man from La Belle.I. modern, In new Hay Building. \Vlir
representative of the Gulf. served. Games and dancing were enjoyed Reward. furnish for nice tenant. Apply Apart
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker spent Yancey, Mrs. Dick C. 'Miller and MrsJ. throughout the evening. ,Among 4-4-4TP ment No. 4. *
Monday In Everglades City ou busiI G. Allhands. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling were those present were Earl White, Dick i

ness., In West Palm Beach Tuesday on a White, Wallace Allen, Cleo Seymour .
Downs, Mrs., E. L.
Claude
Mrs. shopping tour. Frank Cother, Van Cothern,. R. T. W. E. KEEN
Stewart and DR. J. C. NOWLING
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott, of So- Stewart, Mrs. George Gillespie. Henry .Storey, W. C. Allen,
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attlo, Wash., former Clewiston residents Troy Puryear spent Thursday A. W. Slas and Art Lawrence were Art Lawrence, Mrs. N. C. Storey and HopkIns Building, Certified Public Accountant
arrived in Clewiston this week West Palm Beach. Palm Beach visitors Sunday. the Misses Jewel Lowe, Louise Wal CLEWISTON, FLORIDA 217-218 Harvey Bldg. Phone 2-0522 ,

on a short visit. Mrs. Scott formerly dron, Vesta Allen, Roberta George, West Palm Boach, Florida
managed the Scott boarding house On a shopping tour in West Palm Miss_ Ava Ezello of Alva spent Ola Petteway and Frances Tippey.
here. Beach Thursday afternoon were Mrs Sunday in Clowiston as guest of her -- -
A. Boa lor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,
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---- brother Dr. J. W. Ezelle, local den
Mrs. E. H. Easley accompanied by Mrs.' William Cecil Owen and Mrs. tist. They motored to Palm Beachto
her mother Mrs. F. I/. Collier was in Wilber D. Cole. a show later in the day. J. W. EZELLE, D. D. S. Tablets
Clewiston Thursday.Dr. (Dentist) Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr., Norman Storey of the University X-RAY LABORATORY 30 minutes, checks_ a Cold tho first

H. D. McArthur of River Junction accompanied by their children, Louis of Florida spent tho week end with Hopkins Bldg.Clewlston day, and checks 'Malaria In three
arrived in Clewiston Tuesday to and Macle, spent the week end in.. his parents in Clewiston. Accompanying WHY RUN Fla.. days.

accept the position as druggist in the Fort Meade. him wero Selden Stewart, Jr., THE RISK d E;: = : = = : 666 Also in Liquid
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Mr. and Mrs. J. N. White and faint WHEN YOU &W w._

,Emmett Shelley and Allen Powell ly have moved from their home In ; D. Beery ow 'Romn y- W. Va., SEND YOUR WORK TO-
spent Sunday In Fort Myers.Dr. the Schult court to South Bay where spent the past week with his son-Jn
Mr. White Is owner-manager- of a law"and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..G. THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY THE CLEWISTON TAXI SERVICE
W. B. Williams and L. E. Mc- filling station. V. Hudson.
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Vay, Jr., of Lake Wales were guestsIn .
has been vIsit- Fine riding seven Cadillac
T. F. Yancey who passenger
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Mrs. N. C. Storey Why take a chance with "clothes
his parents in Opelika, Ala., returned
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his urday night honoring son line ,pneumonia" during these cold
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson entertained to Clewiston with parents. man, University of Florida student,
at a farewell dinner honoring Accompanied by Mrs. Yancey, Miss .who spent the week end at home with winter months, when we will do your LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
Mr and Mrs. Hubert Edson. The L. M. Overall and Mrs. Culbreth his parents. 'weekly wash work for such a small REASONABLE RATES
included and Mrs. F. they spent Sunday In West Palm 366. .
guests Captain Among the guests were Seldon sum of money? Our telephone Is
Deane Duff. Beach. Stewart, Jr., Walter Sansbury, Eu Call Phone No. 393 or 105 ,
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Emma Laura Bethea and Frances Casey Jones and Miss Boncile
Lowe, Elsie Hare, Dorothy Deam,
Taylor passed their hostess test ini Stone spent Sunday in West Palm enjoyedand inc.
Henry Storey. Dancing was
the lewiston troop of Girl, Scouts Beach. delightful refreshments were EL PASO AVE.&; SAN BON1TA.ST.
last Thursday afternoon when they ,
entertained members of the troop at Dave Alston has purchased a new served. ctemroN BLOIUDA ANNOUNCEMENTTo

the home of Mrs. J. G. Allhands. Hudson coupe. dour -
Mrs. C. M. Allen entertained a
Regular scout routine was followed the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof
and refreshments consisting of punch? Mrs. K. C. Alston of Belle Glade ---- Florida
sandwiches and cake were served. spent Thursday and Friday with MrsJ. :

Among those present were Evelyn R. Alston of Clewiston. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office of State's Attorney

I A Hare, Frances Tippey, Margie liar If I am honored with this important trust by the people, I promise a
t -- vel, Carolyn Hawkins, Betty Spicer, E. E. Kelly spent Monday In West faithful discharge of my duty and a fair and impartil eanformecent of

Mae Lilly Stone, Jewel Lowe, Mary Palm Beach on business. .:', CROW BROTHERS ALL of the Criminal Laws without fear or favor.
Bush, Emma Bethea Frances rr "
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Maxwell, Mrs. Spicer, Mrs. T. F. who Is associated with the Gulf Life CONTRACTORS..: ROY D. STUBBS.

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CLEWISTON"/n The Center ef America's NEw Sugar FLORIDA BO'l>>l" MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME

To the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial District


A FEW CHOICE .
I am a candidate to succeed myself as STATE ATTORNEYof ROOMS : .

this circuit I have performed the duties of this office fairly and .. ., .
ARE NOW AVAILABLE..
impartially during the term I have held it. and if elected to a second
"We Know The Everglades' ,. termI shall give the same honest and conscientious service toward the

enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve upon
,EVERGLADES AND CITRUS LAND INFORMATION me as State Attorney .
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GUY M. STRAYHORN. _', '.'
CARE OF NON-RESIDENT PROPERTY ", ,,; .- HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS


AXES, INSURANCE KEPT IN FORCE,

GROVES CARED FOR. # TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS


A small fee is charged for the investigation of any piece of prop
in the Everglades Lake Okeechobec plus chargefor
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traveling expenses. We "will appraise the property, sec that taxes EVERGLADES FUNERAL HOME CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL!
and insurance are paid, help procure tenants and collect rents. We
will keep you posted on economic conditions in South Floridawithout -
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boosting facts know and understand for I
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SERVICE THE WATANABE HOTEL
There arc large profits possible in the purchase of Florida Tax .
Title Certificates. Knowing the land and the country we can help LICENSED EMBALMERS -
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