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: March 9, 1928
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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if' HATS ARE THROWN/ IN RING county Registration voters in books the Ciewiston for Hendry district TV? 3 '/ r 0. / rfi ; NEW PROPERTY OWNERS ::

are now open .at the Ciewis r ---- .
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' ton Supply company on Francisco ;

" ,1\\ Reeves and Delaney Announce LOCAL SHIPPERS street, it was announced yesterdayby PALM BEACH MANS Announcement of Plan '
Brings Flood of Appli'i
1 i! Candidacy For J. O. Clark, county registrar. ? : 0 '
I : Those who have residents in ,
oeen cants for ) Stores And
ry ; 3 Office through C l ewisl ARE PROThCThDProduce t'he' state a year and In the countyfor A.YS CLEWISTON Apartments.Construction .

I y ton News.Announcement the past six months, are quali-
fied to vote, and Clewiston residents "
;? the candidacy. of : are urged to register as soon of two more stores
folly citizens for state and count -if> .. on Francisco street with four three- :
;1' as possible so that this community, /; x.4' .
:": a flees brought Hendry county's poH'.i-' Act will t>2 well represented. at the room apartments above erection of ."
Agency .
i cal pot to a slow simmering during polls Merchant Backs State four private garages and the remod '

..\ I the past week, and although J it i is still To Be Rigidly / tilling of the entire Davis block -wad:; ;: ..
1\ almost three months to Ihe democratic Enforced I > ment With MessageTo announced yesterday by B. M. Beach, :

" primary, keen political obcervilI NEW ELECTRIC rct This>< SectionJ. > architect and builder formerly! of '
Daytona Beach. .,r
eis are already forecasting that the Investigation of cases and prosecution

S| I pot will be feverishly: boiling before of persons charged with the violation ;i 'T. Lytal. president of ,the Lytal- The building program has already ,':
the! polls open on June 3. __ ______ : :. : Pratt Furniture company cf West been started and the plan will :add
a Hurd L. Reeves and II. L Delaney of the Produce agency act will Palm Beach Is one of the most en. two more stores on the 40-foct str.pI
bp pushed, The Clewiston News was 'farm I the lot not used the Davi
* alt:: the latest to announce their can.I COMPLETcO A carload of implemens rang thuiastic boosters of Clewiston In the I by

I t.L rlidacy; and the others whose; hats are informed yesterday, in a notice from I ing from, general tools to. tractors past c'rtav .ity. Mr. Pratt who is an'' building. .

iu the ring arc wmis O. Gravely and the Florida State marketing bureau and plows is now en route to Clew_ execute of the chamber of commerceof Prospective tennants have spoken ',

| |r ..Tudge J. A. Hendry fboth the latter which announced that a recent appropriation Giant Generator Will ton, for the farmers: around he South bleat Palm Beach and' who has for both stores according to Mr. :
I / I ems rim of the law, :t was announced Beach who also said that the four :
; JVctmg; t for the offices repiesen: made several trips to Ciewiston during -
." by, congress for this pui-[ Care For Future apartments will ,1I
J -ntivaIn-- yesterday by 'Hr L. McDonald, the past year say.?, "Your cityIs : beoc-Pied.: as soon
;: an effort to. gee Their message: pose makes investigations possible: I j Needs Of City (above) who stopped here Thursday I* the "jiggest asset wt. havu: today, j I I as they are completed in :DO> da)';!. ,1

f t&, direct to the vctei3 of H- ndry coon The announcement which Is oi.vital I on business. The Clewiston' Motor your business: is our interest and if IA big feature of the program is !t
,' ) Steady in the constructionof will service all caterpillar : the remodelling of the old Davis ,
,, ty, Reeves and Delaney are making importance to Everglades shippers company the merchants of Palm Beach will
, their announcement through this isaue the new municipal power plant for tractors used in the northern Everglades :wake :JP' to the fact that the baqk block? which will make it one oi> the ,

I of the Clewistou Mows reads as follows: Clewi&tou was ported yesterday by and-T\o'm! be another factor in ,,, country offers our ,solution to the show places among the business 'jI ..

I Reeves who will seek n election has The Bureau of Agricultural Economics ,Yo A. Bowles, field superintendent'the making this community the commercial -I I dull months in the year then Palm I blocks of the town. \. :#

', -: '. been county tax assessor singe: 1U23 asks! that me attention of Phoenix S Utility company who is ; and industrial center of this en:! Beach will be a twelve mouth bus! I I The first move will be the lemoval :'j

C. cieat.M aiul supervising the installation the : tire section. I of the mall windows in LIB stores :
when Hendry county\was shippers particularly be called to the ness' ci::y. j
l is the largest property uujJ! ,* in Fel-I machinery. The new equipment will I I and the substitution or grea plate ,. ?
fact that The LytalPratt Furniture comI -'
I a recent appropriation by I :,: glass fronts. Instead of' the narrow .j'j
ff da having established tin? Felda be In operation in about three weeks,
and that congress has provided sufficient he said. Total investment represented -: LEGIONNAIRES j I pany is now conducting a furniture I I two-foot paved sidewalk, the pave. <,
f Packing company lucuplit! : I
j sale which began last :iIondaYe l
section fro.nt funds to enable the Bureau of Ag- Is placed at 15000. 1 l: ment will be continued to the street .: ':
f : to the from an wuultural : j
had the pleasure of going over this i
I' standpoint; ricultural Economics to make person. The plant is housed in the new 1 line, and above will be a tile :shc-d. t

k He is a veteran of three military al investigation of alleged violationsof building erected along the Industrial SET NEW HIGH' I store last week. With 31,100 square A 1'0of 'tile on top of ,the building '.y'
feet of floor spade, a store full of
the Produce Agency Act when .I will add to the Spanish effect :
\, campaigns having been in the Span canal between theold power plant and II
the latest designs In furniture
ish American war, the Mexican trouble deemed justified. Under this act a the townsite pumping station. j 10111RECO'D I '' and j and on either corner twill be attractive : ;;:
slashed in half and less and "
prices '
commission 'I ,
in 1916 and the World war, with merchant or other agent Driven b'a 150 li.p. Diesel engine, ) I Spanish towers.
those who class fur'niture
seeking high
f; who has received perishable farm i are The whole building will be painted '
:' the American Expeditionary forces. the new generator will produce more I! : will find wonderful bargains -, a
b' He was, released from the Army 1 because products in Interstate commerce on current, than both the engines now Fight Card Set For Tonight during this sale. white, and the construction of the ,;r
behalf'of another, is addition is planned'tha, It
punishable by new so
lbeing used. Although the present
of poor health on his return I
r:.;' from France where he had the rankof fine or imprisonment if he makes a plans call for ail three generators to I Said'To>< BeAchievement 'I I Mr. Lytal stated that their stock will fit into the general pran as partof ','1
F false return on the produce, makes was not an old bankrupt stock but the present building. ,
captain. I be ready for operation, the additionof ],
false statements to the II all new furniture. "We do not intendto "This is but the start of t
shipper regarding the our pio- .
i f' He is a member of the LaBelle post new mechanism will, it Is be. "
i. the shipment, or dumps partor cards go out of business as our firm is gram," said Mr. Beach, "in an effort :...
r.-,. of the American Legion, and the lieved, result in the old power plant Famous for the fast fight 7!
Fort Myers post of the United Span. all of the produce without just being used as an auxiliary.The they, have been offering to Hendry one of the oldest in the city. We to meet the phenomenal demand for '.

; ish War Veterans. He is married cause. Shippers should exercise proper new building is of frame and county fight fans, members of the are going to convert this furniture homes, stores and apartments." .
: care in marking shipments so that celotex''' American will into cash and thereby give room for The architect would not discuss his '.
; and has three children, 2 boys aud a construction with metal sash Legion rpo- of LaBelle ';

'.V_vSlrl.t r. they, may_ be identified, should- pack and the architecture is in keeping outdo themselves toni;;h"* when. the I!more.;, plans for the future as he said that .;
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A keen knowledge of city and fairly and- not overface should.)' not with the pumping plant and -the old action-crowded card wi'l be feature. they are yet' tentative but as soon as )

I J county; affairs) gained as former tax I misrepresent as to 'grade or quality, power station on either side.A In the main bout be-.weei; D n;Jh i Ciewiston Social 'more definite arrangements are made t ',

f -assessor and as one of the largest should be specific in their wires, and giant home. aae crane installed. Pool, 180 pounder Po'm Beach and I I he will announce his entire program :
Club EntertainedBy
f f '. load builders of South Florida, is should preserve all correspondence j by Mr. Bowles and Earl Merchant, ;, Kid Mathis 175 pounds of Sebring. I through the Clewiston News.

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induced Delaney's friends to encJur.rl good case against anyone who handles placed above the great engine so that'' ing to get at each other in the squai. j I and stores in Clewiston has

l rl : t age him in his eeking a seat on the their produce on consignment, cylinder casings or other heavy machinery ed circle and sports enthusiasts are I Members of the Clewiston Social 'strongly emphasized In 'Mr. Beach's

:, Hendry county commission. I they should furnish all facts and pa-I may be moved with a minImum I confident that this matcn tonight :n club were entertained Wednesday by statement. that 'when it became
4 He is representing; District No. V3winch pers to the Bureau of Agricultural .effort. I LaBelle will make Florida sports i William Cecil Owen at nor home on known that he and his associates
ill is part of LaBelle. I I Economics, Washington, D. C. Another victory for celotex over I history. I Arcade avenue. j I J Mr. and Mrs. John Hay of DaytonaI

r" His extensive experience in roaJ I wood was,. reported when Mr. Bowles I The preliminaries slated for to- Sewing featured the afternoon session 'I I Beach planned to build st rea: and

I ::.. building and drag line! operating, his I i Mrs. B. V. Pace Is explained that in the plans for the"right, it was pointed out voiild be'' and delightful refreshmentswere apartments, and i before ,the first

I t E supporters say will be .of inestimable Named Woman's Club concrete foundation, a semicircular heralded as main bouts on many: oth-'' served, by ,Mrs. Owen with Mrs. shovelful of dirt was turned several

F value to the county commission, and, 'niche for the installation of the exhaust I er cards, and some fast action: is ex., W. D. Cole--assisting the hostess. people spoke for the alt t:lel1ts. ..
E:. his keen interest in the adminisira. 1 1f : Headat) Belle Glade I "I pipe was I petted when the dusky Tiger ,1.1 ow.'' Among those present were Mes- "If we were building 14 instead of --:

f tionof city and county affairs will, Rather than take the time to ers of Tampa- -pulls his 183 ,-pounds! dames Dick C. Miller, Charles A., four, I'm sure we would experience
: -il I is said, 111?Ice him a'a..u..LI u asset -i The Womans club held its regular make a wood' form, we bent a boardof i into the ring to meet Knockout. Wiils,1: I Tip- no trouble In disposing o: f/ipra.; the
Jackson, Harold Simpson, Jesse
f' I on the commission. meeting Friday and had its election I celotex into semLcircular form ina the negro champion 'of Sears. I II architect said..
pey, Jim E. Beardsley E. C. ,
Louis O. Gravely candidate for the of officers for the coming year which second, poured the concrete and< [ Keen interest is also centered In : apartments had ;
The for the
I Dave Alston, W. C. rlojk! *. Charles. plans ,
x' legislature was the first begins September 1. The new elected the :the preliminary when Edward Curry
attorney !nt [I result was even better than wood. Buchanan, G. E. 'Connell, Franc How. not yet been made public when The "
:: Hendry county and he is basing his officers are as follows: Mrs. E. V. [ I intend to use celotex forms '! 135 pound youngster of LaBelle'I \
excjujsively .'' to lease '
arrived offering
Pace, I I I artlfJ.. E. French, G..B. Heard, W. D. first people ,
candidacy on a thorough knowledgeci president, :Mrs. A Cherry of In the iut e." j I squares off with Joe Townsend, 137 I II ;"
pointed '
j i and them and local observers
t : i Cole, Jesse Allhands, Tom Smith .
Tory Island
county conditions i as first vice president, I
i''Mrs. pounds of Moore Haven: Both boys,} William Cecil Owen. I (Continued on page 5)) '.'
Judge J. A.; Hendiy is the present, L. 1', Creech ,vas re-elected as Bad Stretch Of Road, the promoters say, frown on stallingand

l f 1.i incumbent and has held office! for I Il I i i second vice president, Mi'c. S. C. Raul- I the fur is expected to fly when I MODERATE DEMAND MARKS ACTIVITYIN '

the past two He erson. re-elected:: as secretary Mrs To Be. Completed In: they I
years. states that:I meet, under the arc tonight.
l he will ,seek reelection: on the record !III.: E. Plotts re-elected as treasurer I-I. Six Months I I, In addition to the matches, one of 'I' NORTHERN VEGETABLE MARKETS
and >< Huffman
il. of his past performances Mrs. Ellen Bessent as corresponding I the liviliest battle royals is expected I dots $3. Beans: Receipts equivalentto

'. (Continued on page 5)) JI secretary 1 Motorists will travel over a smooth, when the five slugging champions | Demand In Jacksonville Chicago I 1 car express Fla, supplies light

I well paved highway from .Ciewiston'from Sears,toughened by hard workat j and New York markets for beans,, ri'-maud: good for good sock: market

LOCAL CHURCH WOMEN WILL OFFER ''i I to West Palm Beach, within the next .the mill, start slugging. I strawberries and potatoes is moderate .s[about steady, Fla hampers green fan-

t )' OLD MAID COMEDY HERE MARCH 21 six months, according to It. C. Huff- !,1 All indications point to a record according to the latest report of I jry, $0, fair $00)7) p(:oror ,?4, Peppers:

man, contractor awarded the contract ,, card and Royer's drug stores in La i the Florida ,Sato Marketing Bureau ''Mex, 3, 16 cars on tract':: supplies

R Theatre goers of Glewiston will be I I Amaiilla for the paving of the'1'i.milestretch ': Belle and Moore Haven report that I I whch! quoes potatc $2 and ?., and moderate_. demand rathe- slow':, market

given a treat Wednesday night Heywood, ,secretary between Clewiston and South Bay. '!' front! the ticket sales. interest in to- from 35 to 50 cents a ] steady, p'-'.. crates fancy $3.50,
:March 21, when the Ladies Aid of I Mrs.. Dick Miller. In a telephone conversation from t night's matches will be at a high I slra.\berries i I ordinary $2.50. Tomatoes: Flu 1lex,

the Ciewiston Community church offer -I Priscilla Hope, treasurer Mrs., Miami with a representative of the pitch. quat.i this. Ii :>. C cars on trac.:. ..uupl!<',3 light, demand -

f, d theiu comedy "The Old Maid's I Claude Downs. i i Clewiston News, Mr. Huffman said \ ; complete report from cen- : limited iaarKi steady, no Fla

Convention,'' according to Mrs. G. L. Anxiety Doherty Mrs. A. R.)I that the work has already been started TEMPERATURE AND LAKE I ters is as follows: I I Sock quoted. E ; :lanC: Too few sales

I,:+: Sims, publicity chairman who said; Plant. I j dredges'' and drag lines are being I New York (partly cloucy3?) Straw reported to quo /?. Ca'tag.' : rex 11,

t, after a few rehearsals that every Indication Fredora' Bobbins-Mrs. Roy Simp I!moved as quickly as possible to the Average high temperature during)I I bJ'ries--Fla.; 5, receipts equivalent to 1..s.. cars on track, supplies liberal, do-

points toward a big success. son. J I scene of the work and that actual the past week in Ciewiston; ? was 771' oif are express Fla 3ars offer l.-....nd moderate, market firm, no Fla]

:, The story deals with a convention Rhoda Larklnj!+ Miss Alta Matte-1, operations will be started at Lake, while average low was 51, accord.ing ed supplies limited, demand moder- stock kuoted., Strawberries: Fla 2, 2

;';" of old maids, who yearn for the return .I &MI. I Harbor in the near future. to records kept by Earl Merchant ate( market slightly wear;or. Fin 32 cars on track, supplies increasing, de.

': :-.,,; of the bloom of youth and their Gelina Baxter :Mrs W. D. Cole. Scrapers have been dragging the suprintendent at the power raart. : rates 40' & ,50 cents few high. nand moderate, market about steady,

' R, prayers are answered when George '.;'-r annah Marian Leyd!g. 1 road for the past 'week and although plant, ,Average lake level for the i i er: poorer 15 and 35 per quart, refers Ho crates best rojstly 50c per quart

1,,. : ;_ Heinz, as Professor Pinkerton, a Miranda Price-Mrs. Rob in'3. travel is still laborious, the ,driving week was 14.5 feet. 40 and 50 per quart tfew higher.I I7@30c per pint,' ordinary 25c.

:' French beauty doctor, announces that Mary Ann Barnes Mrs. C. A.I tir.it between Ciewiston and South The highest temperature for the II CHW: 1." P: Fla 3, N. Y. \ Tex 4, N. J. Jacksonville: UeausFla hampers

he has a "transformer" which. will ; Jackson. I 1, IIV! stock supplier anl demand ) ? Cabbage
Bay has already been materially reduced week was Wednesday when the mercury -, green best, $3.50@ t, fair $ .iW .
r- .-: do the work desired. I' Sarah Jane Springster moderate, market: steady. Fla 1 1-2
'; Mrs. J. reached .86 and the lowest was : : Fla 1 1-2 bushel hampers "
The plot then unfolds itself in a E. Beardsley. Completion : bushel: hampers .potot.id type $1.50&i Eggplant: Fla
; of the new road will on Monday when .It dropped to 50. rointed type $1@1.23.
i.r; % .' series of ridiculuous situations which j Eliza; Hooker Mrs. Spear. I make the trip to the east coats pos- ?1.,5, poorer iOv as! $1. Red( $2.2..&&0, I crates fancy best 2250. Peppers:

f jb- it Is believed' will make' the. play one+! Esther, Snyder Ms.. W T. Bailey.: sib;e In less than two' "hours. SERMON TOPICS poorer low as $1.50. Tomatoes: Fla I Fla crates fancy $3.5i)1P5i; ), air to

r ". : ."" of the best comedies ever son her .I j Asenath Bake Mrs. Jesse 'I'ip-' --- j 1, supplies limited, demand modelate-' tidinary $2(0)2.10.( ) : Pltt.liIFIn.: bushel -

':, ,." The curtain will rise at the Glatex I'T- INN ADDITION MADE ... The subject for ,Dr. W. T. Bailey'sSunday .market strong, no Fia} stock quoted. crates Bliss No. 1s $2.75@3,
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-t.. theatre at eight o'clock sharp i Amanda Hain Mrs. Beans Fla 3 freight 'l'ect'lpts'equlv: -
'" ;' Jesse All- morning'sermon I will be.-. "In-! : No. 2s $2@2.25. Strawberries: Fla.
I?::,,'. ..... ,, Musical numbers arranged are: Little hands. I In keeping with the policy of the sight into John XVII". This promisesto I nh..r.t to 1 car express Fla, supplies'132 quart crates and refers 35<@>40c

Mother of Mine by the Clef club; !J Amy Little Miss Martha. Williamson. Ciewiston Inn management to leave be a bit, unusual in presentation,)[limited, demand moderate; market per quart. Tomatoes: Fla Us fancy

....... a quartette ,composed by Beardsley.I I nothing undone for the' comfort of and everyone is cordially invited to steady I for good stock, most stock best $4<0>.50@5. Eggs: Strictly fresh
& Beach, Armeson and Heard; and Professor Pinkerton George its i fair to ordinary, Fla hampers green dozen
'-." guests, an addition to the lobbyis come. :. infertile white case lots per .
.., "Medley" by the Male club. : Heinz. i being bunt, where arriving guests; The evening sermon will be 'on the I,' round and flat $6&7.50, fe/ high as 28c, extras in special sealed cartons
The cast of characters for the Old Flappers Mrs. E. C. Cole Mrs. $S fair to ordinary $4.505,50'. ,. poor
I, may rest while awaiting accommodations :subject that was announced for last, 83c, mixed eggs 25c per do eu. Poultry .
/ ,- Maids Convention is as follow ., W. ,C.. Owen, Miss Boncile' Stone to bo c n' plcted. The interior Sunday, but which Dr. Bailey did not, ei_ low as 150. : Hens live weight per pound E5c

; ," ', Marlbah; Lovejoy, president of the Mrs William Cecil Owen at her'home, is finished In celotex, and in a cool use, namely "The Greatest Coma. Chicago; (Clear 33)) Potatoes. Fla I.Roosters ,1oc, Fryers, 1 1.2@2 1-2

i 'r t. convention-. ..Mrs: 'II. F., Woodward. t 1\011 Arcade avenue. J I design which is new' to this section. mandment of All." .. .1 1.. bushel crates. Bliss '"\No Is jobbing I pound average 3S@40c per pound.

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Friday, March 9, 1923

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I r I SCHOOL NEWS i r NEWS OF TH wEEK l i ( grub tlghtly.curled and not much COUNTYI a

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larger. Nine months of Ilia life cycle hereby announce myixii as a
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Last Friday we had a very fine =:: BOILED I DOWN ::I HIELP STATE *;:, -pent in the soil as a ;'lljJ. during candidate for Representative from .

.. ,. ...,..,.,,................ ._.._._. ._._. . . . . ". : ". :. .. .. which time it feeds .in l'IMI1 Hendry County subject to the actionof
program. The secretary read the .tt.....0..'..0.....0.0.-.......-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. .-.-.-.N.M N N M,N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N 0:N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.Nt n { FiGHT 'giao-srs and plants. When tho
'- ) INSECTSPrecauticnaryMeasures I beetles tho Democratic June Primary: .,
minutes. The program was as fol WOMAN SHOT FOR lent and tense' as the ieu.ilor went ,| merse=! 1hey attack foliage and' fruitsof If nominated and elected I shall iii t }. t

jaws: on to declare that the presidentin i practically all' vegetauios, Tu;y keep In mind the fact that the Rep. ,

Song, Darling Nellie Gray, by York, Ala.-An autoist, keeping "the arch criminal, Harry I denude a tree. and will eat an apple resentatlve Is the respcstnlatlve: of :

ghosts, was being sought as the Daugherty" as attorney general during to the com '
school. Taken the people and as such I shall rep.
the oil inquiry and in failing to ![ against spread I II '
Reading, My Pets, Dorothy Klcffer. er of Mrs! D. A. McDonald, I Florida residnnts are being urgedto / resent all sections of Hendry Countyto

Reading, Rain Fairies, Sarrah Bus- a dairy farmer near her, who :: turn over the facilities of IVo secret I Of Jap Beetle I order nursery stock from parts of the very best of my ability AI

found, clad only In her ; service to the grand jury for assist i :I the country' known I Your
sy. If the Japanese In1 to be free of the vote and support will bo ap.
bettle, which I
Y. B. shot to death, on the ance, had neglected to do his duty beetle. "I am frank to admit that in predated .
Song, Juanita,. P. P. in nine years spread over 6047 squire'1 1I ; I
Lucille Chess highway early yesterday. i my opinion all efforts to keep this Respectfully
Reading The I II
UNEMPLOYMENT PROBE I miles of territory in the north ererI I I
nutt. Sumter county officials !I gets into Florida the state will suffer beetle from spreading are doomed to "LOUIS O. GRAVELY.

Spanish Dance, BernIce Guthrie. vestlgating the theory' that ORDERED :I a calamity, and Florida' is expos- failure," the plant board said. "What I Pd.. P. A.

Klef- McDonald might have been I the result would be should the beetle L
Story of Longfellow, George 'Vashington.-Secretary Davis of. ed to infestation with every shrub ,-
fer. for a ghost, as she was walking I get into Florida, we can only guess,I ,
the labor department was directed by and plant shipped nurseries I
the road and that a nervous i but with our warm climate and
Whitten's room.
Song, Mrs
investigate and report stricken areas. When Clewlston Peo-ple
the senate to
Reading The Bald ,Headed Cath- fired at her in passing. 12 months of food supply it need not
Although state authorities I
concerning unemployment throughout are pow '
When the shot took effect the '
stretch: one's imagination to visualizea I Visit Moore Haven
crin: Heard. .
I erless prevent such shipments ,
er, Sheriff W. T. Scales said, : the country. to. i( j, terrible i
Dance, Pop Goes The "Teasel1'S'1 and l -Tho inquiry was proposed by Sen. despite a law against them passed | scourge. I a
have become frightened
3eard ley's room. without stopping. Mrs. ator Wagner, Democrat, of New in In!), they are doing the, next best 1 Should you see an insect that you I They make their headquarters atROYEWS

Reading, The Milk Maid, Frances away York, who challenged statements as thing and are writing to everyone !' think might be the Japanese beetle, ,' '
ald has been shot '
:'a}lor. situation made who receives plants ,from infested attacking your plants, send specimens -
to the unemployment
with 'I ,
Song Star Spangled Banner. I a territory. 'I' in a tightly. closed box to tha
'In his
> of, a struggle on the :: by President Coolidge message .

Pupils Absent porch of the McDonald to congress: ,He pictured large num-, Nursery Men Beat Law i plant board for examination the

; The pupils absent in 1Irs.Vhlt. The state plant board explains: that board's ,letter aavlses.
gether with blood stains found bens of workers as idle, and was supported
I 'sn's room are Annie Finch Geneva by Senators Walsh Democrat, nursery firms in the north beat the) Persons receiving plants from such J
led to an earlier theory that I
""ray'tor, Rupert. Creel, Willie V. Massachusetts, and Copoland, Demo- state law by going to the federal horicultural .; area should wash all particles of soil I
, McDonald might have been
Hooker and Bobbie .Beardsley. crat, New York. board, and while the Flor-': from about the roots into a clot sack .
her home, and the body taken: to
Pupils absent in Mrs Beardsley'soom In Excessive unemployment was denied ida statue. will not. hold In the face The sack, soil and packing material ,(
spot where It was fpund. -
Pat McGhee. by Senator Smoot, Utah, with! of the federal ruling, the government should be placed in an oven and '
to determine whether the, blood :
Pupils absent in Mis. Gioff's room the declaration that "politics" motivated boad: has agreed to furnish the staic baked for about an hour to kill any '

human; specimens have been
'. *re Creel Giiles, 'Emmy Laura Ben the much discussion! of the present: with names of persons receiving beetle, grubs or eggs. i. I{I and their visits are always.
the state chemist at Auburn.
,,,1'... *"ressie Chamber, Nelson Morsls, \ situation. plants from the infested districts. \ -. I appreciated.

.,, Carl Mae, Charles Jackson Senator Smoot ,asserted that the dePressed The letters from the state board us.. I
, Hessie Mae TO Subscribe! for the News '1
Mr. Bain's room are conditions in cotton \vas bt' ually are timed' to arrive on the sameday I

Warren and Harvie Guthrie I
as the shipment.The .
"the of the country arc
The Carolina delegates will : cause women .
; Entered Japanese beetle Is the worst In- ..--' '' .,.... ,. ... ,. ..
'''' '
:,.' the democratic national conv using silk today instead of cotton. ) "" ," u "> Y.'>" '= F-C' ""

Delcra Wikle had :sect scourge .that has entered this I
,"unrestricted, if Al Smith is 11 He added that cotton hose ceas
' Leonard Langdale has entered our in country, the letters say. It was discovered -
cd to be. ,manufactured or worn
nated, in the opinion of Wilson ,
; rchool. He is in the first grade. I the country. ,. | !in 1916 at Riverton. N. J.. SANITATION RESPONSIBILITY
Harvey, former governor of
j. Composition by seventh grade pu'il Carolina who is visiting Tampa '"They used it for dresses, too" he and since has spread at. a rate, of

I' Catherine Heard. "and about 15 miles a 'year in addition: to ,I
continued, speaking of silk, ,
,- .' "Opinion is divided, Mr.
" "How I Can Become Good Rep. needed fora outbreaks in other territory.
a said today. "Feeling against him only about 3 1-2 yards is I Hortt-I .
r rtjsentallve Citizen of Town,. cultural etcperts have been : .
: dress. : ;
strong In many sections, both on I ;: ,
:: I. should always be willing to do The investigation would go into ,the loss to stop the spread, and where I ( I
. count of religion and because::; of i
: 'nd acts for m)' neighbors. If an old question of part time, employment as it goes it swarms in countless mil
being wet. On the other side he
lan should be standing and no one well as full employment. I lions to feed on about 200 different ,
warm advocates who' admire hire ,
.'. -lying attention to him I should ask his plants killing as it goes. It is fear.
recognized sterling qualities.
6 f' !Vm if I could help hftn.' I should dot ed that the warm climate of Flor- '
who feel he would be a most SKIPPER :
: 'bout five kind acts 'a day if possi- ida would permit 'the developmentof I :

p ;r Ve, to be a good citizen. factory recognition executive to his, and rise wish from to l\Iiami.-.An international- argumenton two families a. year while the life Two of many. :'excellent reasons why you

'.:- I should always be, friendly with I cycle in the north is an annual one. I
ity: to the eminent'positJo:, he the high seas, in which the U. C. I I : :
".' I should not mad at should let us do laundering. : ,. '"
veryone. get occupies. coast guard replied ,with one.pound I Pest Described your : :.J,1
>: ,ome little thing she might say to I The beetle is little more than : ; ''>..' ,. .\
Monday a ''
"The delegates, I believe, will shells, had its sequel here I I -

b;,' .e.! I should always be' willing to unInstructed from South Carolina morning in the temporary seizure! of f small intrinsic value includingthe

: 'ologize first instead of saying "She though there be expressed the Miami-Nassau motor vessel l, but
'id! it first. may I.IE:1 honors showered on him by' Italyin .
. timent against Smith in the of June- for his leadership In the
I should keep off the town's prop- tion. The state will not bolt if After conducting a thorough search I

,r' "rty. I.should not step on their flow to find liquorj World war was made by the warrior Give your clothes a chance. Make them last ....
nominated, and will remain of the craft and failing less than three houra before his
;:: TS, vegetables and lawns. l' should \
! want friends when the party. or other contraband aboard theI death, it was disclosed hers, onger:.an oId\th.eir; 'color better.CLEWISTON .- '.
-tways to help my ,. ..- coast guard. released the .boat; lodg..l : -' 1
? Diaz
To his Marcello, General
r:, "'iey are in any kind of trouble. If TO DIE ing against its master, William H.: I II son, his 'sou. : i : ': : :
DOCTOR left his sword of honor, war :
" *i case of flood I should always try ,: > I'
halt .
to ; : ''
Wheeler charge of failing 0 .
:' venIrs and his archives and docu- ; : : / .; : :
: lo save the belongings of my town coastguard .
. Chicago.-The judgment 11 I when commanded to do so by the condition '.h lt if this .
; ments, on < ,
: I' '.
: : nd my friends. Is ... :
ried men and a wIdower started i authority. CaptaInVheE'ler son has no heir the relics shall go to I .- 'i'' .'" : .
: Elmer Montgomery 1".n.I subject to a maximum fine of $500. ;
" Amante Rongetti on the way to I a museum, upon his death..

:!,.. School reporters. electric chair for the murder of Out of Nassau Sunday, the Isle of Of tangible value as enumerated in I I I _

-- June was twice spoken by coast guard '
year-old girl by an illegal the will were only the 'villa in Na-
f'. The penalty, said to be the between the mainland and Gun ples, given him by the citizens of his

K. J.t{| Celotex Town Topics I| severe: ever recommended for a' Key: channel. Guardsmen, and the native city, and 500 shal"e.of; stockin

crew of the motor vessel disagree: as his widowhe
;, inal operation, was reported an Italian company, To
--- www
.,' BY A. L. MATTESON night after the jury had how far out the first hail was given left an apartment with, its furnI- STEAMLAUNDRY

' three hours.Dr. the passenger and cargo boat which ture and decorations. The villa, whichhe

;,. There are not so many good lOOk-I Rongetti, his trial one of plies a regular trade between Miami had greatly cherished! because ofl '

r .''-g lawns facing Ventura Slr.:> ter strife and marked by I and Nassau. the manner In which It was given,I h.i "I

'".ose nearer the highway, however, !II intimidation of state's witnesses;, I he specified shouM bo held in his : ., ', .
'most of the people seem to be In FATHER ADMITS SLAYING : ;
the in with the provision '
__ peared dazed when family perpetuity, I ,< ".
i _vor of adding all the beauty possible i .
guilty and the recommendation that if his otaer children wished ", :,.
s ': to Celolextown and apparently: Chicago.-Shaken by full realization -
death by electrocution were read ie dispose oi 'teir:!! interest they must ,

xvill do their part. It has been' sug Rongetti's lawyer immediately of his crl'jne, George Allen Chis- offer it first to Marcello., : .

-ested that some one offer some holm, Canadian war veteran wrote ,
ed for a new trial and Judge: "Unable to sign this testament, because I
-izes to' stimulate interest in de. ; '
more out a supplementary confession of right -
erford set Saturday for argument : of the slaking my

1 tsautifying, the yards. I Dieting 1n full, the horror and pHi- \niid: caused tic! illness," the. testaor

GASLESS PLANE less circumstances that accompaniedthe acknowledged in. document his QUALITY SERVICE

Harvie Guthrie, the ,boy who is. doS drowning of his two sons. He ..\vn before a nout.y. ,Two hour an.l ; -

-'\ a large portion of the la.wri mow.'g admitted, that they had not leaped twenty minutes layer General l D'cZ' : 9r

( paying for the mower out of his said Detroit that-an The airplane Detroit motor Free into the waters of the Indiana har. died. = ..J"E.r.r: ::::':, r r 'r.yy....A"....>1"C'; : -Oy>'";. i.:; .1: :. JI ':;: :..; 1J: '::::'21 =,r,., :- ,;,'11:: =1, -

irnings), is kept quite busy. Most I electromagnetically, without bor canal at his suggestion. He had

11 seem to be anxious to take ad_ i I road iron and pushed them, from the --
fuel has
other been tested
or ,
:antage of this low cost. i' bridge spanning the, can!. L f.1J gjsjsfioisis PePef?1ef PePr1 J PePefddPe.G3 t nt nnn
cessfully by 'Col. Charles A..
6bergh At the last moment Edgar, the young- l'i
and Maj. Thomas G. :
cst:: boy.. who sensed that he wa going
will cele.
Mr. and Mrs. Nils Olsen flight commander at Selfridge '
his death resisted his fatherami 'QUALITY" ;
o .
-ate their. 25th weding anniversary'londay The motor which, the ,
-- .
fought until he was pushed headlong -
evening, March 12. pointed out, might'rwolutlonhc'
into the 'waters.

entire scheme of automotive I Chisholm, :36 years of age who You can depend on our work. Clothes l left in our charge. : '.'
the Invention Lester
Mr. and Mrs. O. Burkett drove to was of J. : :
served three years in the I-iSth Canadian "
the best of attention.You
I Miami last Sunday to visit their sls- dershot, of Pittsburgh, the are always given \I}
battalion, Royal Highlanders i
jr Mrs. Lee. The Burketts as Swells said. '
sncl was wounded In action, ,ia a good have to about getting money'sworth 1
never your '
many others are looking forward Colonel Linbergh, Major worry ;' .
looking powerful man. His climacter .
*.o the good road now being graded and J). Teat of Pittsburgh, J I when we clean or press your clothes. : \
for'the is weak and his. mental endowmentsare .
manager ''ir.:iitor,
I subnormal. Let us press your worries away. ,
a test if the motor 'yesterday at
Harry Minnier, whose eye was Inired Woman is Questioned : .
ridge field, and the Free Pi ;
*' last week by some hot steel, : 'j
Mrs. Helen Lawrence, th> woman I
ported it was "successful in .:
ras compelled to see a specialist: In \ 1." was living wifi.' dominated him _
ort: Myers. and the househo1d. Whether she had ;. ,> :
I :
a guilty knowledge: of tr.e' crime and Satisfaction"s. H I
Mrs. Anderson of Richmond, Ga., RAPS COOLIDGELos was a 'passive participant. is an an- Quality I

other of Mrs. C. H. Jackson is vis.I gle on which CMef of ,Police Regan : I

';!ng her daughter and family during Angeles.-Turning loose Is concentrating Chisholrr has pro- ir; .(tJePePeJ la I i
P- iJ
I '' u
ter attack on the republican' : If
ie spring season. tected her in the two confessions f
istratlon after formally
from actual knowledge of the crime. .

Ray Morris :drove the 1\ Onnta'IJ'mlly California presidential primary. He does blame her for driving; him OO OOllij !i mjlli'lYBIilmm m llii llii

ator Reed, of Missouri Charged :' .
",- to Tampa last Friday to at- to' his dreadful purpose by complain I.
ident Coolidge with .
'nd the funeral of their son in.la.wlere. I ing of the expenses and urging him SMALL j
office for failure to assist he Montrealto Iij. NO. >. ; r ,.
: to send the boys back to :
in its investigation of the : .
their aunt."I
Nelson Fletcher of Brewster Fla., reserve leases. a.
R .
did make in the
'ho visited his brother John ,Flrtch.T not high wages
Before a large crowd at PHILLIPS: PLUMBING COMPANY
week foundry, he said, "and there was .
a has returned to
ago '
Beach adjoining Shore tl
.ook things He ''likes Clewlston.1 hardly an hour since the boys came 00 ', : .
over. "
itant Missourian stopped In the to me last September that sho hasn't ,. HEATING PLUMBING:
of his speech raised his hand m. !t
urged me to get rid of hens. m
Mrs. \\ A. Redding and son, John [ declared:

Bedding drove to Ritta Sunday to I "I charge 'President Coolidge m
'ook over their crops there. They rent misfeasance in office" M W. PHILLIPS>S PHONE 1OT CLEWISTON, Ff..ORIDrt

good spell but not as much as I The audience, which Rome.-The will of General .Armando n

.:.:.pccted. j interrupted I him with applause !: Diaz disposing of au estate of b 6 OO OOOO j A OO

i .: pV

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Friday March 9, 192S CLEW1STON NEWS. CLEf VIS TOlV FLORIDA Page Three

: PROGRAM IS PRAISED [I SPEAKER AT MOORE HAVEN I .I'I Clewiston, mgr. Steam Laundry, .Ed. Bailey -'i,and *,diamond Policy mining Announced company

GLEN'B I Barber Shop, G. F Christian. I

1 EDITOR IN NORTHERN V 9 PAPER 1\\ Clewiston Dry Cleaning Works,I j! Minister Beyers announced that it

I Chas. Darcy, mgr. I was the intention of the government

''J I ,y Plumbing, M. W. Phillips. I to declare, the whole area, which contained -
e 1
As a result of the visit to Clewis! tically} unlimited capital for Its de, Clewiston Ice Go., care of Florida 30,000 claims, as "state dig.

e"; { ?:J ton of a New York state newspaper(, velopment.it -4. 1,, Power & Light Co. .. I; gings." It was, he said, unthinkable
; 'I 'l' publisher, Clewiston was featured in was a pleasure to meet seversformer : l 3 i General Store: (colored), ,Geo. Tob{ for the government to do otherwise,

a column story written by E.. L.' A1. Janicstownovs' 5 on this trip. ., ias. f !
Rcr. Dr. William H. Hickman, for.n1e : would mean forcing ,very
Y., Cafe, Mn\ WInslow.
len, editor of the Jamestown, N. .
of the First Mrs large Quantities of diamonds on the
Post. pastor Congregationalchurch Cafe, } J. R. Alston
j Is -.pending the season at his Pool Room, Kenneth Alston./ market, which was most undesirable
Mrs.. Allen tour' of
Mr. and on a
Describing the richness the field
bungalow1 Ruskin, twenty mile"! General Store, Abe Nadel.
.4 ,.
Florida spent a week end in Clewis .
the minister declared that he ,
south of Tampa, where he '.s presi personially
ton and after being- conducted on a .
dent of the local chamber of c-.m- had picked up diamonds to the
tour of the section, was considerably)' NEW DIAMOND MINE POUND
I value of 600 pounds ($30,000) in
mercer Pi. 'Hickman is in vary & ood] SIG k I ) an
impressed and wrote the following -
fi hour.
r health opd as fond of Florida as ever '
f article which he sent to his paper: Cape Town, Union of Soulh Africa I
; Fears were expressed by member
I eof
At Sarasota, L. C. Strong th<} well
-Another rich diamond has '
field I
Comfortably housed at the Clewts- known realtor,, extended / his. usual MFi the opposition ., that the oversea:: ?
been discovered-to swell the wealthof
ton Inn, which will one day be the cordial welcome. John Gi( Moynlhan IiT11 press would blaze forth the impies-
south Africa.
central stopping point on a paved the former alderman of, the Second : zion that South Africa was paved i
the This revelation_ was made in the
highway from Palm Beach across ward, has a responsible position with with diamonds.
assembly by the minister of the
members or ;
state to Fort Myers, the a large contracting firm there. Evenat -- .
I w: mines, F. W. Beyers. Although" some
our party were escorted about this remote Clewiston, we found a for., Dan Allen cracked the Sunday by
; c& 'knowledge of, this field was, made
young promising city by E. C. Colethe ; mer resident of Jamestown, Mrs. painting his Ford roadster. .
public a few months ago, it va not I
I general manager for the Southern Howard, member of a well known r { var. N M4j'P+R trh4 until recently that its richness was
\ Sugar Company, and by Thomas A. Frewsburg family, who removed from
t1 confirmed. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harris spent
Smith, a former New York'newspa- Catlin Jamestown to Denver I *
avenue .
The diamond deposit Hesr P Nam- the week erul at Fort Myers. They
per man who, has just supervised the about twenty years'ago.. HersonJn- w
aqualand in the northwest part of I'left 'their ,nine mOnth's, old boy with
publication of the first issue 'Of the law, ''Mr. Bigg, is. the auditor of
Cape Colony. "It is the biggest, field I a neighbor. Mrs. Groff who reports
Clewiston, News a neat weekly des the Clewiston Land All ,
; expressed .? ever discovered anywhere," said Sir the youngster was absolutely perfect
'' n
tined to become a daily as coon U3 their interest .in the old home I
Davis Harris, member of (the assem and 'an ideal baby to take care of.
the rapidly growing population will town
and the Western New York
bly for Kimberly: director of the JDe Anyone who knows, little Billy Harris "
\ permit. Mr. Cole represents B. G. friends.
Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd, and I can vouch, for leis. sweet disposition
Dahlberg of New Orleans and Chi.
E. L. A.LOCAL chairman of the Jagersfontein estate, and good training.
cagof'whose great success as the .

manufacturer of Celotex had: made r

him a prominent figure In the 'business BUSINESS ; 41ifr4 ,y #####################################1 ## ############" '# #'### '###

world., Celotex Is made out of ,f f
$. the sugar cane fibre that remains: ., : a. 3'

after extracting the sucrose and has PROGRESS MOOREHAVEN NOVELTY

become a building material. cf wide-' 2 '

ly recognized value. 1
Development of Clewiston and its

It is Mr. Dahlberg's Idea to pro-I rapid growth into a leading community I,*. Fv 'tXTORKS :t-. ; .
r duce his material, not only : , -'4.
own raw of South Florida was again forc ;, : > """ : : '

.i in Louisiana! where his great Celo, ibly brought home I yesterday when a r> FRED HENRIKSEN, Prop. ;; :: 1 ',

.' tex plant Is located across the Mis.Eissippi the state chamber of ti '
commerce, asked : V :
; < '
Orleans, but : i \ -
i. .River from New E. C. Cole, president of the Clew- .. I
in Florida. This Is the vision whichhe :iston chamber of .:, '. Manufacturers of '. j.) r.! .., "
commerce for list ,
j n ;: t." .
has for Clewiston, said to be sur- of the leading local business men and .I :,. :jx. ': .-: (', '

rounded by the best sugar-pro'lucing their classification. Assurance that the I
,'. Everglades drainage plan of the state, will be completed
tif.n.; ., in this r.ountrv. He was instrumental '
-- ---- Thirty-two
In the introduction of nsw business houses' appear I was expressed by Governor John W. Martin (above) in -an address at '
ed on the list sent out by Mr. Cole,I
varieties of disease resisting cane in Moore last Screens Window Frames Doors Door
w. reflecting the steady progress made Haven Saturday when he addressed a large audience at the ,

'...'' from Louisiana Java and by bringing from the new'Himalaya-plants. I at The'Clewiston.list is school auditorium. Before the address at the school; the governor was the Frames, Stair and Stair Rail, Cabinets,

s" mountains. He first organized the as follows: honor guest at a banquet tendered him in the Moore Haven hotel.

J i Clewiston Company, Incorporated,
South Coast Company which bought Colonades Bookcases Etc.
i. real estate, E. C. Cole, ex. sec. F. i .. :,
1 four of the best sugar! propet tIes in, Deane Duff' Williamson, pres. and J. G. Real '
gen. mgr. I gen. mgr. Estate, Clewiston Sales Co:.

,. Louisiana with 33,000 acres of land, Southern Sugar Co., F. E., Bryant. Alhans, ass't -mgr. M. W. Bigg, sec. E. O. Cole, pres.
it the largest individual pro
I I gen. mgr. E. C. Cole, sec. Contractors &: Builders, Gordon & Clewiston Motor Co H. L. McDonald -
\ ducer in that state. I *
: First Bank of Clewiston, A. L. Heard. pres., E. W. McDonald, mgr: Moorehaven ( Florida. \

,: r. Mr. Dahlberg next organized the Stewart, cashier, Claude Downs, Real Estate, C, \1? McCully. Post Office, L. L. Ramsey postmas.ter. .
Southern Sugar Company, which con. asst. cashier. I '

'. trols 100,000 acres of land In the Everglades Clewiston Inn, Julia Landers Abstract & Insurance, "' Hendry ### ###### ####### #####I## #######II .'# #'##I"I'" 111111&

tit which 43,000'' acres f mgr County Abstract Co., H. F. Wood_
region, of Watanabe' 'Hotel '. 'Mrs.

.ff'are already drained. Among his business Downs, mgr.! Claude ward, pres.Clewiston. U'i..''''=-='=c. ",,'L.=_ '> "'. '___.. ,..' ,..' _,.,- ,:' -- o.r' ,
News, Louis A. Morgan, 'h
associates are William J., Con Grocery, J. R. Alston. '
nerc of Buffalo and Er..Senator ""Wil General Publisher, Tom Smith, ,Editor.

I' ) 0 liam J. Tully formerly of Corning C.' V. Store, L. L. Ramsey, mgr., Sugarland Drainage District, 'F. I''
\Ve rode out to the new sugar mill Clewiston ., pres. Deane Duff, F. L. Williamson, E. :
construction Furnithre Co:, Frank C. Cole, supervisors. Tiio Stores And '
:l\\now in process of Richmond, mgr. : : fl
.;:::7 Ground for the first unit was broken Alston Clewiston Drainage District, F. i _, 'i ;
Drug Co. ., ( !
Dave ./ 'r ,
mgr. Deane Duff, F. E. E. '. I
Jn December last by Governor Martin Glatex Bryant C. Cole, I '/ I 'I
Motion Picture House, C. C. OJ ..' .. .. 'I
of. Florida. When the additional Klutts supervisors. '- ".... r.\"u, _,"' 1 1i
units are built, this will be tha second Clewiston Home Bldg. Ass'n. H. :' ':'

;.' largest sugar mill in the world. Bldg. Material Co., F. L. F. Woodward, sec., E. C. Cole pres. :i c"'z: : : Three Tennants ;:

Another mill is in operation, at CanalPoint. I

Up to the present time Cuba i i .. ..' I flj
9 9I
::. has produced much of America's supply I I Ii J'. Iii

: of cane sugar, aided by a preferential ALSTON'S I IFOR' II i 1 "

I: tariff. The estimated pro I DRUGSTORE- : Typical of the startling development of Glewiston and iI i:

: cluction of the new field tor this i I,

:, year is placed at 350,000 tons, with SERVICE AND SATISFACTION I its steady rise into one of, the leading communities of the .i
a certainty that the American' crop : ;

will be increased annually. Try us for Everything in the Dru and Snndry line i

:' With 6,000 acres already growing [k state was the situation i in which a local builder found himself -:' i
-- -- I"
f' sugar cane, a- visit to these great --- --- -- : r 1 1r I '
'. '
{ fields Is a novelty for northern vIs- : \ '

... r ',' a few days ago. ,
itors. Then cane bears a general re- i' -" .. '" -: 0'Y. ::1 j ; ,

semblance to Indian corn but grcws -:_ h I I

/ closely together, not being set I ; .:', i
but Word rapidly spread that he:was planning to erect two ,
in rows. We were shown plants: : $35000" 'Y.i i \ ,' "

thirteen months old' which have 1i ::

:I-"irown to a height of twenty feet. The :i : ". store rooms with apartments above. .:

sucrose content is said to he higher roo:. :
Buys a DandyEASTER I .
; : !
land ,
than from any other sugar j ,

known. The soil is a rich, black powder it j .: Before the first spadeful oF dirt was removed for the ';!

I which will burn when a match is II I. T s'" '' v 1 *

smell applied of to burning it, giving earth forth that the is peculiar char.: ., SUIT. ; I I', i:,? ;;' .'' foundation, the four apartments were rented! and three' ,

\ ,, ,
WiUoats '
acteristic of he Everglades. '
; >:
" abo'ind in the cane and them I is a/ Made to your order-and : ..1 ,; ....-. merchants were besieging the builder with applications

I variety of birds ranging in size fn-m/ I\:, : I
-, ,, '. ,
I. ) the cardinal to the crane anil the ,,\}'- for in the
CUSTOM space new stores.
wild '!..k-y.; The Evergladesoglon TAILORED :

would be a paradise for the bird: ]lovers ." 7,1" .:' :

'r of has Jamestown.It taken three. yearsj 1o drain :, Wonderful Imported Fabrics at ; ;"\; / This is the condition at present and that it must become ,

r this land.by means of 130 mile!:: of I..

/.- canals and' to protect it from th3 waters J :' more acute is inevitable when hundreds of workers arrive :-' .

of the nearby lake by a dike $ SO.oo ,
& $ 6O.OO, : :, '
miles This drained land is'j
'\ :31 long. i : 5 to work in' the I,500 mill con "
equal to two northern townships: In I new ton a day sugar
I, area. An attractive office bulldiag has !,
been constructed that': will on I, 8th : 'j: struction of which is being steadily pushed to completion. ,' '. '
ihTm'.1 April is j (
'4\ transformed into a public :,
Workmen's houses are springing: : up I,

s daily_ a fine| a brick community school church has beenconsucled has I,:I'' EASTER SUNDAY a:: : I.j CLEWIS TON CHAMBER OF CQMMERCE a'I SIj ', I i,

business Mucks I
established, and j
I '
built of substantial material. Th? At- : .. .
'- branch Early) .. II
lantit,. Coat l Line operates a ; '
into Ciev/lston and there is a motorbus I II : I i
r : :. !,
I ,,. to Fort Myers and a steamer on !; '
: ,ti Lake Okcechobee connecting with: another The decision Furniture Co. j (Tins is the first of a series of educational advertisements to point out the trans Ii'

l omnibus line to Palm Beach.: I formation of the community from a spectral waste into one of the leading communities .

: Altogether, Clewiston, one of the I I' of the state.) I .::

newest cities in Florida offers opportunity I Frank Richmann, Mgr. Open until 8:30 Ii II I I ':'

for speedy growth becauseit I I ; : ; ': llt b I

has both rIch'resources and piac.) i i : "

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.I Successor The to Clewiston The Clewiston News Progress i An Accidental Accomplice 1 ... : CABBAGES AND KINGS .

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) At last Clewislon is able
"' I to answer the question which was first popped
Publisher and Manager I I Copyright 1928, Doubcday Doran & She remembered regretfully the de- l
i J in Florida during the! boom-Why all these .spani.lt! bungalows-why
I i Company liglUfjJ chats she and her fatn.'- used

&TOM SMITH, EditorSubscription to' have together on Sunday moinJug; not. Italian, rench-or anything but why predomina tingly Spanish?" kJ '

Rates: ,. \ Synopsis of preceding Chapters when they would take long walks togelher. We can't answer for the oilier. places but for ourselves-what :is a (

By mail outside of 'Florida By mail in Florida Carol Dare, New York society girl, .".cuperating Now she generally trout stayed Satuiduj In I IJ..d more natural foreground for the thousands of acres of waving green sugarcane :

$2.50 One year .. $2.00 I I I engaged to a wealthy New York bach- than a typically Spanish house?
One year n bh' s dancing iule hewuld be
1.50 3b: 'months 1.00 ,] elor consults a mysiic to learn whc-th: -
Six months jff on: the golf links' Thoujj she ..
months .75 I er she will be happy. He tells her
Three months 1.25 I I felt confident that the affection each

I I to wait and walking home ponderingthis felt for the other had in no way I We're still wondering why: this season of the year should be called!
Application for entry as second, class is pending. question she is rescued from be.
caminished, their paths stemed to be "Spring"when the only analogy we can work out is that we'd like to springout ;
ing struck ,by an automobile by Alan
NEWS' PLATFORM &1a<:rging more and more widely. of character and stretch
Mason, about whom Carol later finds I out on the grass for about eight hours a" da,-.
control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. why hadn't dad home \
1. Definite '' ref .:
herself thinking on the night of her
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2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation on this night of nights-her night? ,-
,, engagement dinner. Seeing two men
concentration of products. Suiei.v he m:::.. have!: realized how A is a neck in the when
\ watching her houseshe, tells her cape sea; a woman removes' her cape however,
revision of !freight rates on vegetables and disappointed she would be if he came ...
3j A substantial downward aunt of her worries but the latter, hers is a neck you can see,, says P. H. A. in the Times-Union. Now would] '
the northern markets. in late or failed to come at all. How
of this region to
other products brushes her fears away by sayin a couple of lovers in a boat be called ? .
. a
association capo ,
full functioning of a cooperative marketing she wished she could have had a talk ,
4. The that they are probably reporters wait- .
and selling purposes. with him before the dinner She ..
both buying ing for a story of the engagement an. '
wanted his counsel so bad.y. Surely "-
nouncement.. Carol opposed to the would While attending a radio concert recently we wondered what would
SEASON her father, her. wise father,
THE PLEASURE OF A FLORIDA marriage with Weeks finally tells her ,
, I have told her the right thine for her have happened had the radio been discovered in the early New England
aunt that she doesn't care to be engaged -
j to do. days, when the committee of vigilants might have heard
have reasoned much on the subject of exactly what constitutes I or married. coming mysteriously
Meanwhile what could she do, but from the witch's house in Salra-"Th rough the
that of the \V
said and written :: courtesy
and great deal has been upon Now Go On With The Story. erag
pleasure I wait, wait wait?
That "One man's pleasure is another's pain," is epigrammatic, and Her aunt bent a searching gaze on ; Washing Machine company wou will now be entertained with a reading of
topic. She heard the first guests arriving! Macbeth."
Probably the witch would
ditch be revolting to the average man ( her. There were stories going around been hustled to the nearest post
obviously true. A taste of water may and with a finishing pat to her hair, '
of about Beverly Weeks. Was it posl- and the oil soaked rags ignited.
I .-yet to the desert traveler a delicious draught.There are pleasures an- I slipped out to greet them, masking
ble that some of these tales might .J
,: and pleasures of memory; but the actual pleasure produced in her mental distress behind a welcoming -
l U'clpation have reached Carol's 'ears, some i gos

any given moment is rare and then brief and fleeting. Relief from pair or sip about the other woman who was smile and striving her utmostto We were always confident that Mrs. M. G. Hay formerly of New

; display an air. of gracious cordial
the keenest of pleasures given to the lot of man. to be pensioned off?
discomfort is one of Ity, ,even to her fiance, although ,each Orleans and Daytona Beach had "a keen business mind, but'when four of

There are perhaps few moments of pleasure that leave more lasting Was there a chance that her niece< time she looked; at, him she fait her her, apartments were rented Before the building was even started we realized

impressions of delight than those of the winter-bound tourist from the north< after all the careful, training she ]had aversion to a life alliance with him that once again she had shown her keen business mind by, truly sensing the

and whiffing the balmy air received, at the last moment was go. .
to South Florida upon alighting from the train becoming moro powerful. demand. .
ing to revolt and upset all the plans
pcenting the blossoms and hearing the songs of tropical birds-for all of As she furtively studied him she ,
made for her? Of course not! It was \.
the moment. The combined i sen- noted that his hair was thinning on
deilght at same
the five senses experience too absurd to be thought ,of. No ;she
mind vividly that it becomes top, and was rapidly graying above St. Petersburg-with water three sides of the
., sation imprints itself upon the subconscious so decided, Carol's reluctance to have on city-what. an ideal

a pleasure of memory and later still a pleasure of anticipation, for a i desire her engagement announced was: just the ears. He was short, almost un. place for the Prohibitionists'meeting 1
with anything but an athletic -
for renewal of this experience in the future years is created. And the sheer girlish timidity, that really was figure, and under his eyes were

experience can be repeated year after year without one iota of diminuationof quite becoming' In her. red .bulges of self-indulgence His lips
"Don't Carol, dear she For versatility and--after mature consideration '
worry our goes to GeoigeHeinz.
keen delight; rather with an increase of pleasure with advancing years hung loose, and even his carefully
said not unkindly. All girls' feel bout His capable management of the warehouse ,during the day interferesnot
! increase in their discomfort for the elderly. Thatis cut evening coat did not quite conceal -
northern winters to
,as seem it at first just as you do. You'll soon a paunch that was beginning, to a whit with his art. wor tat night when,, he turns out some wonderful pen-
why the tourists return here each year. get quite used to it. Really the very
protrude comically. Already he was< cil character sketches and now the latest is that he's to be Professor Pinkerton
r : There is portion of the winter in the north that is so disagreeable best time a woman has in her whole
. no assuming toward her a jovial, trL
, in the Ladies' Aid play "The Old Maid's Convention."
life is after Is You If George is as
in-. she betrothed.
: one's constitution weakened by long .
when physical
as the ,latter portion, umphant air of ownership that 1 terrified
of 1 becomes have almost the freedom of a mar- good a thespian as he is an artist and warehouse man, and we'll bet he is.
battle of 'resistence' to the elements out doors her.
;n door or ,,a .
ds. Tied woman with none of her 're-; the success of the show is even now assured.
. a prey tc( .various ailments ranging from common colds upwaii She studied him ,critically now, taking -
sponsibilities. And just think how ;all
: Statistics are available showing that :in i those late winter months. the death the other girls will envy you at carrying note of all his blemishes and I

\ rate' in northern communities annually reaches its peak. : off, the greatest catch in New< grow'ing.more afraid of him as she Meditations of a Very Young Man (About town)
contemplated his until "
,. There is on foot at this time a movement to encourage the prolong. York, the grandson of Mrs 'Beek- appearance \ /.;'-.
there crept unbidden Into her mind I ..
l L, lion of the Florida season to include some of these spring months, when man." the picture of the tall blond stranger Unspoken words, fathomless in meaning ::I;,'

:' r perhaps a maximum benefit can be derived by; the greatest number of pep "But, Carol protested almost tear": who had rescued her from the auto- Are buried in this heart of mine ..-: ,
fully, ur.don't. love him. I'm not-
t L.:: pie from a Florida vacation. And this movement is well founded,' for spring What she wanted to say was that mobile's path. She found herself ,. Fantasies of joy I'm. ever dreaming. T .,".' -; .

in i our northern climes is an elusive vixen revealing herself in a fleeting she was not going to marry him, but vaguely wishing r that Mr. Weeks was Seemingly' waste'of, time. '.. ', ..'::,

' be. obscured by the full fledged snows of winter the I she could not find to more like himIn. physical appear-. : '.'". *':' ::: ....
vision i one day, only to. courage proclaim \
: Fate I know will rob ',
of .
ance. ,. me gladness, ,,l.:: .?< :i -
next. 'Truly hope deferred makcth the heart sick." it, so she finished: "I'm not ... .'
I Divest -heart of' all its mirth / .
Although Mr. Mason wad big and my n. ;
\ March sure I like him well enough to marry :< } .
There beautiful months in Florida than Ap'riC' .
are no more h'ru." strong, and had been rude to her< Mine will be a life of moody sadness, .. :: :,.::,;'I{t ;j .

May, or even June. Some of us who spend our ,summers here are willingSeptember "That will all come in time," said she had felt neither fear mr aversion : Predestined hours of utter dearth. .: ''0''

,,. to aver that the entire summer, ti(ith thc possible exception .of. I the eldeq woman confidently. '").Iy for him. It' seemed to her, ilIe1:. ., :'..> :; ..

\ I erienced though she was, that' it Memories have wrought their sweet inscription, F :
is more alluring in Florida than in the north. lear, he has everything a husband ,

'Many dwellers in the north are in better/ position to take 'a Florida should have, family, position, a very would be, much easier for a girl to Deep in a heart that loves \thee well, >.

vacation during these spring months than ,during the heart of the' winter. jood income, apfl still better pro l love a man: like' that, even though And like sunbeams, sent,>straight, down from heaven, _
>ects. .t i ia Jvl-'al:: matc'i, Vou must he appeared to be. only a workmanhe ,
And our State ,Hotel association is performing a good mission in encouraging Will forevermore my cares dispel) .
make '" your duty to Jyire hm! ," was :young-and st.reng-and "

. this movement, and 'in' arranging to place hotel l and transportation faci Anxiously she scanned her ,niece clean. I -Edith Becker..

I ities} at the convenience of these people. fact. Carol seemed on the verge
There is no doubt that the late winter and spring migrant to Florida tears. Hysteria would certainly be VARIETY OF EARTHQUAKEIn West Palm Beach merchants are interested in Clewiston, and justly &o.

; will experience the same thrill of pleasure inv l leaving the train at Miami, 'awkward with the guests likely to arrive for with: ,the opening of the road the will be
" at any moment. What could have a sort of haze she listened, unaffected new trip made ,comfortably in

t-- Clewiston, Palm Beach Fort Myers or any of the other delightful places got; into the girl? Her aunt was po*:. to' the banal compliments two hours and West, Palm Beach business men will feel the effects of Ev-

in our state, as is felt by, our mid-winter visitors, and that they and our : the dinner guests were paying her.
live hat she was interested in no I glades; prosperity. This may be diminished slightly though if the Fort Myers
State, will mutually profit thereby. For they ,will come, into true spring, :
,oher man, yet her ever sineloverly "My dear,. you're looking simply!
each day like unto those rare days of early June in the north, that inspired I manner I business men realize that they are 'no farther than Palm Beach.
B Weeks had wonderful tonightcried 1\1IS.
the opening lines of Lowell's Vision of Sir Launfal, only with a ; proposed There are. enough big jobs cut out for Florida to keep its residents busy

I more brilliant and dependable flood 0'$ sunshine ,over all, and they will been lackadaisical It was with relief Triggs. ..for.the. next few years but one that seems ultra-important is our getting together -
that Mrs. Colton heard the maid'sknock "I'm so pleased" murmured Cousin on the of convincing the visitor from the north that
proposition we've
return to their tasks better fitted for their work. And they, will come back
|10 Florida next announcing the arrival,, of a osia, "that you're, going to marryearly. gob the better climate-either summer or winter. ,

year great basket of orchids with 1\lr. So many silly girls these r days: Along this line the St. Petersburg Times convincingly remarks:

, Week's card. have notions of a career." While
we are talking thinking' of industries let us pause once in awhile

NO SEPTEMBER MOURNING IN FLORIDA "See!'' she cried enthusiastically "There are only twc reasons that to consider or perhaps review some of the arguments as to why we are

(Repeated'by request) Aren't they exquisite? ;'He always .oman have, for seeking a career," so successful, in our one great 'industry, the tourist business. Climate plays

does everything in such perfect I cackled Cousin Doaia'c husband, :\
its and
important part frequently: we do not ,stress enough the wonderful year-
Why camouflage Florida's so-called "still month?" When properly taste." "either to get a husband or to getaway round quality of' this commodity. California" makes a great advertising! play

explained, the discomforts of these brief thirty days will in no wise prejudice "That's just the trouble," the girl from one." Dn year-round features of 'its climate. People, are urged to come to the

people against September. Just as the golfer when rain"postpones hs: replied enigmatically."But "My dear Carol," said the Rev Dr. a coast winter or' summer and to stay the| whole year through in what ...

game, reflects with true sporting instinct on how much finer the gicen, come, my dear," said her aunt '1 riggs, ever respectful: of theseSi is characterized as a delightful climate.

Will be when the skies have cleared-so the prospective) Florida resident / preparing to depart, "you must fin high places, as became tno rector ofSL. The actual figures on how hot it gets in Los Angeles, 'as compared

can realize what September means to Florida. Make it known that September i 1h dressing at once. I must see totne t. Esther's, "you are 'a fortunate girl with Tampa. in the summer months are shown in some interesting figures

generates the Florida of the 'next "eleven" months-that it creates table." hi getting such a fine h'lsband.Ir.:! in the Statistical Abstract of the United States published by the department

the beauty and plenty, all the fruits and flows that make Florida world "I'll be all ready in a minute.: Hasdad Weeks occupies, a hlg'i place, a very of commerce for the year 1926. One table shows the hidi

famous! The sunshine and raindrops make rainbows of "eleven" month come in yet?'' high% place, I muu say, In the world record over a period of 20 years. For Los Angeles tbTfo TJJ.

of gorgeous beauty. To present September in its true light, the writer sug- "Not yet, but it takes: him only, a "f business." 105' htek July 109, August '106, eP'Tberr 8Fr Tampa We find

catendiamay be call "The Ripening Month"-so that the twelve month' moment to dress." Meanwhile Carol sensed from her the in the twenty-year period : June 98 JIr96.' August

be restored to FloridaH.! 'I.S. Negus, Manager Travel As Mrs. Colton left her, Carol, don flUnt'R manner th something hadgone 87;, September 96. -

& Resorts, The News New York.SOUTHWARD. I ping her gown, sighed heavily. Why. wrong. It was alter eight thirtyand ISO' L'S'JSr' out there than it does here quite a bit !-. er. Ye _,

: did not her father come home? II still dinner had not been an we have the world i in
any convincing;: fashion that we do have
I she could have had time for uuced. She wondered whether itwas
only alittle
BY MOONLIGHT : an attractive, livable YCiJr-round clirr.ale. Aside frem a little spasmodic effort .

.' chat with him, he might have I a crisis of some sort In the kitchen with 'the slogan Try One of Our Summers," we have contented our-

bharles' made it easier for her. Perhaps chef or whether the favois had notcome
Among other visitors selves with allowing the
in :
Havana areII'- A. Levine and Miss: impression to prevail that Florida is fine in summer.
\Iabel Boll, who arrived could> have told him just how shefelt from the caterer's. Mrs. Colton, These of who know understand
just 14 hours after leaving New York. Wilmer A. us full well that the summer season here

Stutlz also flew, as pilot and chaperon. : and he would have advised her she observed was exhibiting an UJ6wonted is a mOt enjoyable one. In fact, we just naturally Have best climate to be
what to do. But since' Mr. Weeks had > degree of agitation and hadheld
Said the poetic found anywehere
of the
As.soclatEd Press, the New York meteorologist "Inform regardless time of year.
proposed she had hardly seen her several whispered conference's
the flyers they have full ----
: wquid a moon and light.following winds along the .

coast." i fal1eI: alone.Ier : with the butler. \Ve have just Had pAssed'on to US What' wq think ''s the best radio story
i aunt had been present vhen And her father-where was he?
And of the
so, the omens being propitious, toward midnight that winter nIght age. _.... _...__
.she had I told him of the proposal, Was it his account that the din.nor .
the North A June bride asked
they her
started :
on a 1'400-mile joy 'We. .To 1 paraphrase Edward husband to cOPY, recipe by radio one moral.ing.
Lear and he had seemed rather pIe l' ej I was being delayed? The husband .V
: did his best but got two station's at once. One boadHatdsm
and xellevcd fit the It looked, "I'm said atlast was L
: news. sorry Colton
And side by side 'far above the tide I exercises and the other the recipe.< This i is what he got"
as: .he thought about it now, as if trying to speak casually "but -
They flew by the light of the moon- I on hips, place, one CUP 'of flour on the shoulders raise knees'
Tho I he wn gbd to have her off his 1\11' Dare has been unavoidably detaIned and :
moon depress toes and wash
t thoroughly in one-half of milk. In fourcounts
I hnnd All the last week he had ,, ban important conference, cup
They flew by the light of the moon, i raise and lower leg and mash two hard boiled eggs in a sieve. Repeat *
seemed extraordinarily busy and we will have to in wfuio'uthim.
so go
by the six' times Inhale
moonbeams beneath them they saw the blue Atlantic I one half teaspoonful, baking powder and one
breaking all along :-.. h'usand: miles.of. coast an'l "1igl t, .'o fJllowin winds" worried. of flour. Breathe naturally and exhale and sift. Jump into a squatting "
She wished that he did not hive: : To Carol, in her wrought-up position
speed to th'21r aerial hip: whiSh "sailer' cn a river 0( er).,,t3.1 light con-I and bend white of egg backward and forward over head in four ,
into "' to give so much of his tim to lH1siness. cHI? ion, her father's vacant chair ,
a oC Make
sea de'.7 :!3 Eugene Field counts a stiff dough that will stretch
,4 tivroc and the sun C3.m alp out of ,I at waist. Lie Hat the
the sea, in the ( Sometimes for weeks he hard- the; table brought an uneasy .sense ofoppression. floor and on
dircc lon ron flat
-cf Africa, into marble
is. they flew over the Florida bores, a the size of a walnut. Hop into \
a standing
and about I Ir l1!ll' at home. If there was not It seemed an ill omenthat
noon they crossed the Strait and landed 'tropical Cuba for position and boil in water but do not boil into a gallop afterwards. In
lunch. me' public dinner at which his he should be absent from thisfeast. tenminutcs
remove from the fire and dry with a towel. Breathe
When LevIne presence: ws '"fouired '1 .always It must have been something dress in naturally and
into a plane with Chamberlin warm flannels and serve with fish soup. I.
ana,0 acr ; seemed to be having Important vis.; dreadfully important to have madehim
was ) ____
overcome with I
astonishment One assamT t'h anviety Hors, senators, bankers, and Judges late. What could be keeping him?
may she achieved Don't this on, but simply tell
more stoicism pass we must about the
res.gof you absent.mindedvisitor
awlvThh from ether cities .
nation before he new visiting foreigners They had reached the coffee and cor.dials
the "Queen Diamonds" to the pea*l from the big city last week who parked 25 minutes
the AnunesT > whom he generally entertained at 1115club. and still he had not come. waiting for the
.a Tribune. red light the water tower '
/ on ,to turn green.Friday .
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Construction Program ; LaBelle Women To I Summers sang a solo, Mrs. L:. vur and IF. you want us to build you a )homein I
BELLE GLADEPARAGRAPHS Rich black muck-McCully-Clew.{
'I' her sister Mrs. Hooveraxe two Clewistun,
for partisulars writeP.
Is Launched Here By Offer Comedy Oon iston, Fla. tt.
lovely selections on the violin: and O. Box 321, Clewiston.
New Property Owners i Friday, March 16 guitar. Mrs. Ben Parker and Mrs. B. If you want a home built in Clewis.

I. [3y" Mn B. V. PACE V. Pace were in a colored skit 'socks ton or want to buy a home, address WE sell lots on commission for you

(Continued from page 1)) 'A clever plot, snappy music and and soapsuds' and last but not least Clewiston News. in Clewiston, list them with Paul

f; 4 out the problem of providing homes. conversation tingling with wit are I Mrs) H. C. Brogdon and son ar- Master Jimmie Pace sang two songsto LOST Schroeder & Co., Chamber Corn

for the 2,000 mill workers expected [ the ingredients for thetheatrical con! rivedV'ednesday' from Gniiia. to J the delight of the audience. She merce Bldg., Miami
Thursday between
I I Clewiston and
i''I to arrive (this year, when the prei.ent cuj wish to be served to LiBelle res. make their home in Belle Glade. was accompaniea 7>y the ukelele. LaBelle the IF you want to rent a home: or store
on south road,
demand for homes cannot be met. a i irents: when the mumVnof the I .Mr. ard Mrs. Charles Ehega/iner spare room in ClewIs tOll write particulars
tire tube and rim
size 30x5.77 from
A situation almost equally acute I niothodist enures choir present on. G.fford Rauleison entertained at. of Chicago were- the guests of Mr. Chrysler, car. Reward if returned to P. 0. Box 321, Ciewls on. Fla.

+ holds in the store shortage problem, Harsh 1C, the_ two act comedy. "!to? the home of his p.1renisIr.. and 11'3.StC.e and :Mrs. B. V. Pace Sunday The Clewiston News ----
'I office IF your lot in Clewiston is fpr sale
Three people have already: spoken Cr lying the Minis; ', Raulerson with a bridge party RUMMAGE SALE
tf. give lot and blk. no. price, terms,
. i for the two stores, Mr. Beach EX- Under the able ditcction+ of Mrs. Thursday evening, the guests were ,
and size lot full particulars.VrHe
plained and one of them must be Carl E. Royer The cast Is rapidly I Miss Minnie Burns, 1IarjolieVaU The Ladies' Aid societvlshE.'s to IF you want to buy a home on easy ,
I Paul Schroeder & Co., Chamber of
refused. being polished off and the offering and Marie Evans, Messis Brooks announce that two rummage sales terms write P* O., Box 321, Clew_ .
BI g.I1ami.
Two bakers are anxious to locate promises to be one of the brightest Phillips Eli McDonald.Mr. will be held this month on Saturday, iston. Commerce

here and a hardware stor Onn of comedies seen in LaBelle. March 24th and March 31st. They .

the bakers will be accom 'dat 'l and Proceeds of tb= entertainment arc will be held in the church building # ,,,.
ale " " " " #" " " "
Jeff Joiner of Fort Laudf':
; i the hardware store, and the one re- to be used toward the purchase of a from 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Roy
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
fused will have to wait until more pi: no. Simpson is in charge and asks that
Raulerson and Mr. Frank Oliver this
; stores are erected In the oommunlfy. Between the ac*.' features will include week.A those who have: things to donate will SEED j FEED.INSECTICIDES

a solo by M'J. Barton Hall, accompanied pease: notify her .so that she'' may .
Hendry Co. PoliticalPot by Mi' Carl Royer, and plan tc collect 'them the precedingday. :
: of people enjoyeda
h-I ere sting readier: by Miss ,Cara party young All contributions will be gratefully -
Simmers as Hats Strickland. fish fry and aquaplane:! ride on Ritta Accepted

Island and Lake Okeechubre last Sun .
Are Thrown In Ring Dramatis: Personae Are Mrs. Ed
day. Among those from Belle INN MANAGEMENT CHANGED
Piluge, Mrs. E. E. Edwaids.. Mrs. present I I
.. Glade were Mr. and Mrs. Louis ,
(Continued from page 1)) 1'ary' Dreyer Mr. and M .. Duane Miss Julia E. Landers for the past -
Creech, Mr. and :Mrs. sari! Carter.
In addition to rhe abovi- a long list Cox, Mr. and M. s. Cllflonl Richards, seven; months manager of the Clew-

of candidates are expected to come Rev. Churchwell, Carl Bekemoyer:: Islon Inn, has resigned and will ,

qul during the coming;: wtvk and he Charles Clark, Miss Frances Hubert, Capt. and Mrs. Wercz of Lauder. leave this week for Indianapolis her

Clewiston News will! carry a completelist Miss Ruth Ezelle, Glenn Ma-gill, dale were in Belle Glade this week. former home, it was learned yester.

of the political a/prairs In rrt xtweek's James Lewis and Elmer Burnett. Capt. Wertz was very anxious about day. .

issue. the Glades fires as! he owns Quite a Mrs.: M. 'E' Kynett of Indianapolis

i bit of land '''In thi section.: who has been connected with the Lake Shore Transportation

Mr. J. M. Sumner. was In Sumner : Moore Haven News Clewis ton company since its organ-

Ga.. for a ,few days on' business and I Mill Torstersen has been confinedto ization is to be. the new manager for ,

visiting his mother who Is 87 'years his bed for over a week on ac. the. Inn and will :arrive to assume Company
old and 'In good health. The town of Cecil Parkerson made a business count o! a sprained ankle, received her new duties within the.next. ten / '
grip to Alva and Fort Myers Thurs ..,' .
.; Sumner was named after Mr. Sum. while operating a tra'or. days. : ; "" "
ner's uncle. Mr. Sumner, reports '
rainy weather not making the roads J. L. Robinson was buried Monday POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Moore Haven, Fla. I
; J. F:. (.. i\t '- ; 'lampa was In lawn
bad as usual in the rainy season but t. u'frr a .lingering! illness.!:: Mrs Robinson '-' -,
.e Thursday. Mr. Ollyer travels for a t -
r in was in Belle Glade to day " " " " " " #III" " '
said the land was boggy and not
.. -.1 I hereby announce as.a candidatefor
t Tampa hardware house and has cov. !
straightening his affairs
condition for planting. Mr. Sumner is up Commissioner
ered this territory for a number of \ County from Dis- ,. ,
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trict No. 3, subject to the June Pri. .
i ,
, tht Everglades, taking a bag full of years. Sam Drake of LauuVrdale_ was In

.- black muck and says that he could town ,Friday. Mr. Drake:! is ,very much mart'H.. MEN WOMEN CHILDREN !
have taken a lot of orders for muckto Edgar W. Clark' of ,ICausa City interested in ,the opening.; of' the Lauderdale L. DELANEY I.il...
Is stopping at the Moore Haven hotel II
canal. Hurd ,L.:
fertilize. the Georgia soil. : Reeves announces for reelection I
He is .having lots of sport cau.h. II"i "
as Tax Assessor of the best i Our New Summer
lug fish out of Lake Okeeechobee. i Mrs.a J Jennie. Paters of Utica. N. Y., county In the state. Let us all, pull together i

.. and Mrs.. Al. Bagwell 'of Lauderdale for' the good of all! parts of !it ''.'' ;

A. C. Clewis, W. E. Lee of 'Tampa: ,, visited, Mr.\ and Mrs. 1J, V. Paca, Fri Hendry: County. ; ; ': } ,

/:'. ; ,:, /'"' ,:{.. \ Mr. Whooly) of Philadelphia, Sam Co L day. If satisfied :r : .
you are with work
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: .'. .I.' 'T'F'_ and McBride VOTE FOR ME on June 5th. ;' HATSFor
Mrs. M. W. Hart. Mrs C. B. Loier
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: : ; ;.:, .'f. ,.; :. by Mr. Clewis. and Mrs. B. V. Pace ?nc 't.ihti.l mem. 1'\''\ .

:. ;:.: bcrs of their bridge club: and their i m a ____ I I 1/1)/II .

husbands at the honv of Mrs, Harton '
. :,':IJo-". "':(.' .;.' : .._, :,::' .' Mr. Ga'tes' of Tampa arrived Wednesday Thursday night with a "Jiggs ::1 Dress,:.,Work":or Play Are Waiting for You

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; Corned ,Beef and Cabbage:! Dinnel't Ii ";' ; ; "
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winning first prize and Mrs. Lozier. TO BUY \ ; : >
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); : and George Fleming second .prize.I Turning lathe, shafer '
; : .} t tion of the ; drill press : '
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> I V. W. Butler was in Fort Myers on given for the husbands It was a Must be in good mechanical condL I .

: : { : business Monday. small rolling pin careiuJv; wrappedin tion and a real bargain. Address.. Box I,II I J II i
iJ': : l#( : Those were Care ,1 IIWe have just received :attractively
.. : ;> a cabbage leaf, .present Clewiston. News. some very .
: Mrs. J. H. ,Matthews returned Sun' Mr. and Mrs. Seal,. Mr. and Mrs. J.I I.B. ': .
Rutland, WANTED lots( the highway- IIk k .' '
; 0. Darden, Mr. J.l'yJ\trs. on /
day from she I
Tampa where spent '
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: I .: '-WeeksClewiston :'.'l' >;" two weeks with relatives and friends. Mr., and Mrs. Lozier, Mr and Mis. corners pl'eferred.-Address, Box, 'ii' STYLED and reasonably priced .

: : B. V. Pace, Miss Floy Bryant George 1 I 7, Clewiston. \.,

Jimmie' Brooke, Dick Jas- tf.
\ 1\lr. Wilkey of Palmdale was in Fleming '
town Tuesday. kerla, !'ifr. J. R. Jarrell of Birmingham I II
: and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hart. FAIRBANKS MORSE' & CO. ii SILK DRESSES

';. ; '?:, .l ;:::./:i.' ::, :;? t:!:; : V.V.W. .S.Butterwill Minnow, and spent Mr., Thursday and, Mrs.In ed The by Mr.26-foot Louie l launch Weimon. "Jimmie"was, launch'_own.,,i I I I I"I 1 Light Engines Cables and and Water and Ropes Pumps' ,Plants, :ii Iii 11, '' -t-

; /' ; -\: '\: : Sarasota attending 'the shrine cere- ed this morning afi>r, being out on, Belting and Rubber Goods ;, "Your Visits Arc Always Welcome Whether You Buy or .Not"

.; .. monial. cry! docks for rcpaiia, '. ,Hoists and Feed Grinders ij _
.. Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. .
,-,', I Montgomeryand The Belle Glade Light and Water 911 First St. Fort Myers I CLEWISTON SUPPLY COMPANY
son A. Jf spent the week end at
I Co. will start imme-t'ately' to'piping tf.
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4' their Fla, residence, returning i
} q i water to the school. I
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;,: I FOR SALE-10 acres near Clewlslon. ; .
":'", Mr. J. T. PIckett .resident engineer
'. Lots of beautiful canned goods are
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;, i "NewsFor ,, being sent in to be displayed by the
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land owned by h
; :1:1i Womans club at the, state fair. way, the land is just south HOllO-I m f1B f1Bf1B 1

:' :: : : : :;)j.: :: .( of the Belle Glade school.

.4 ( ,;> The Ladies'' Aid society of the Un. I World War VeteransJoin

: ': ; BUY ion S. S. gave a play at the church : I

'j. .:.> Friday night for the benefit of thei i i I

'. ", OLD RAGS5c 1 society* The program was exceedingly -

delightful, tho Entire; play was
.. : : ( made of local talent( :Mr. ''Pemberton .1
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gave A

t;: Mrs. RayLet
I r S. C. Raulerson sang a duet. I : : ,

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[". I In "Trip" broadcastedfrom QUALITYWORKMANSHIP SERVICE

K S, PROGRESS Chicago) Station

1 YOU HEARD THAT OF PAST YEAR HERE Further evidence of the attention CROW. BROTHERSBuilding

\' tril I!( tion Clewiston and the. sugar cane produc- Contractors I

'= movement is attracting nol only
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I A bright full moon shining on Lak Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dunn of Indianapolis Mrs. Rickmeyer Siays throughout Florida but also In the
I. Complete Plumbing and Electrical
Okeechobee coupled with weathei r are spending a few days north is seen 'in the fact

.. typical of Florida spring, resulted ir 1 in Clewiston on a pleasure trip. New Visitor Cannot that the story of this sectionwas Departments

the first moonlight sail Saturdajnight Mrs. Jean R Whitman and FrancIs Know' RealProgress ; broadcasted three times during Clewiston Fort Myers
when a local party in a sal:1 the past two'months from W. B. B.
II. Bucher were dinner guests
several: M. station in Chicago.
boat and a motor boat spent and Mrs.
at the home of
hours on the lake. Crescent Drive." The story of Clewiston was in-
Tom Smith on
A strong but pleasant breeze kept t "The changes you have made here cluded In.a "Trip to Florida" conduct, '
I I lake during the past year are marvelous! T JpJ Ped,;]J .PeJ f fd.rJe PcPclpPaJvur JLQJt"'ler>r lr.heNl? ,.l J
the party In the sail boat on the H. F. ed over the air by the L&N railroad c3
E. C. Cole, accompanied by\ -
for several hours while those in theY W. and it seems almost impossible. for in which the real story of the development ; ((3
fast motorboat skimmed across the.I Woodward, F. L. Williamson, you to have done if." here was told and the giant I .
'Bigg and Tom Smith were. in West. C U L L Y
This was the statement Mrs. tTMc
of :
r surface playing about the sail boat. Palm Beach on business last wc k. proportions of the new 1,500 ton a .. :; :
On their return the two parties: Emily Rickmeyer or Columbus. Ind., day sugar mill stressed.! .

joIned on the grassy banks of the of and Tampa 'Fla., who is spending ai I I Although the radio trIp'wa to t ;''' .
f' Miss Kettl formerly ; .
II Beatrice J
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where fire was few:. days at the Clewiston Inn, on an < .., ]
Industrial Canal a <2
I Mass iton, 0., .and Melbourne, Fla., arrived inspection .f, her property holdings I the Florida west coast, the ClewIs. I ;? : REGISTERED
lighted and marshmallow roast en. in Clewiston Sunday: to assumeher here. I I|i ton ,sory was included, and tho importance .. .'. "" .
I joy d. I secretary I I of this section was even ;
new duties private REAL ESTATE BROKER
Mrs. Rlckmeyer in :
enthusing over, '
and Mrs. i
In both parties were Mr. executive secretary of more emphasized'when.. listening 'in (J;:
to E. C. Cole,
I the possibilities here said that the ,
entire .
II. F. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. on the "trip" revealed that many' of ."it: !!& ,
the Clewiston Company. state is talking Clewiston. : : : .:.' .
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Simpson, Mrs. Jean R. Whitman, I. the smaller west coast cities were : :: m0'
'- "Just a few days ago in Fort Lau. \t; ; :'"t: :'/ Clewiston 1 Fla. ,
Webster : .
and :
L. NeSmith, Mr. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. William O. Ames ac-i '' omitted and the Slewiston story sub- : ;; : '. m
Myers; Mr; and Mrs G. B. Heard and their daughter Mrs. dcrdale, in talking! to an acquaint situ ted. ";. t -' ,. ,' :' .. I
companied by ance, I answered a question by '
daughters Charlcne and Catherine, Stansell, jr. and their Hon Y-I In broadcasting' the announcer told ; I

Miss Martha Williamson, Donald Leonard Walker Ames left ,Monday for Miami ing that, I would be in the state' of the great fields of IS.foot sugar -20.'';-J Acres 4 1 miles from Clewiston, deep 'black.\muck.. ':, '

French, Mrs. Walker Stansell, jr., where' they will spend 'a few several more weeks during 'which I' cane which are rapidly maturing and :"t Price $75.00 per acre. '." ':;'. @
I would 'spend some time at Clewistou _
\: and Francis H. Bucher. days before returning to Clewiston. before continuing to Tampa. | of the plans for the grinding of 1-, ,
I' 500 tons of sugar cane in lire ,Clew.
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... I "Immediately she was Interested; 't' 'ISO Acres, 1 mile from Clewiston on LaBelle highway.{ P]
A. C. Clewis, well known Tampa the recent guests at the iston mill this :.year.WANTED.
Among and insisted that I tell her all about: ;
.. : Price $150.00 .
banker, accompanied by W. E. Lee, v: per acre '
Clewiston Inn were W. L. Patterson ,.,... '
I I the place as she had heard ,so much
and John Hooley also of Tampa spent TO I
of Lawson, Md. Henry Ebert of Cincinnati of it. r .
c a few
l, 'bluation business and pleasure trip. land, 0., C. G. Connell of Pittsburgh, of// the sugar mill is of j OLD RAGS I "

Pa., A. P. D. Stokes of Washington!: course the biggest thing, here, and]'l I : these properties drained and irrigated.! I

_' Harry Eaton, refrigeration 'engineer D. C, Thomas Watson of Trenton, N. one which will arrest "'the attention r 15c POUND a

r who is supervising the installation of J., E. W. De Lairn.' of Detroit, -Mich', of every visitor,. nut the new arrival I Clewiston News EcUcMiJMSJGlJiSIcyS>r JefnJtJ 'rll..t e1 ePefePJ"'efc,eGTe PePefa.toff..i NJ'rJpJ l l Pr.a.fe J e. lu'm
the refrigeration plant for the Jacksonville B M.
new D. C. Brown of ; cannot, appreciate the startling: improvements -
: 'Florida Power a'nd Light company Duncan of Miami, Fla., .H. C. Elliott made. '
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:'. returned" Tuesday from Miami where) of Miami, Mr. and 'Mrs. H. J. Young I "New paved 'streets-ne>v trees set II !?JiiMJ3fi2JoMli2JcircEl u i.1 _' mr'I !

,1 he spent a few days on business.Mr. of Indianapolis, Ind., William D. i out and the remodelling of the Clew.. I .

.. Flynn of Jacksonville, A. A. Debo of iston Inn ''are just a few of the I

and Mrs. L.. O. Holdsworth of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and 111'Y: ; O. things; I've noticed since I arrived, I I ''Comfort of the Guests

Chicago who spent a few weeks here, Comstock of Cranston, R. I., Mrs but the big message is to me is, that I I

stopped in Palm Beach before con.. Deverly S. Lake of Providence, R., L, you are going forward swiftly to the :

.,. 'tinuing to Miami I, from where they C. W. Johnson of Urbana, Ill., Mr. completion of your comprehensive

"will return ,to their northern home. I and Mrs. P. M. Morton of West plans.. :. I Is-always uppermost in the management of the\ Clew

Palm' Beach, A. Jeffries of Columbus, iston Inn, and it is for this reason that the attractive addition ,
Arrival of spring is luring out the: 0., Mrs. George R. Lynn, jr.r of Fort .
golfers to' the irons course back of Myers, 1Glover of Glen Cove, N. Y., Mr. J. H. Henderson spent Sunday : is being made to the lobby.
with Mr. and Mrs. Buxton."OI .
the Clewiston Inn, and in a match and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Farley of Bryant

last Sunday, Mrs. E. C. Cole and Toni Los Angeles CalROMANCE After 1 a long tiresome ride the new arrival ot.s not care "

Smith went down to defeat '''before I __ tb mingle with the guests in the lobby while arranging

"f Donald French and Mrs. Tom Smith IN I for his room, and it was for this reason that the cool alcove .- .
who. in two rounds of golf beat their '\}si lf .fifJ f i+' rv"iS i l(7 iirr {?rr
TYPEIS adjoining I ihe lobby designed. t
pponents :3 and 4 up rspectively. ,

Here the arriving guest may rest in refreshing sursoundings -
-.;.. ;Mrs. "William Cecil Owen celebrated -
.. while for his be carried in
i, waiting baggage to
the third anniversary of her ar. r;<-
f rival in Clewison with a "Pioneer 'Man River"Paul and the accommodation arrangements made. .1

Party" last Saturday. Two, tables of

bridge were set. Those present were Panama Columnist Whiteman and his merry.lads It is this guest consideration which is rapidly making .'

,:Mr. and Mrs T. V. Watson, Mr. and Paints Word Picture have concocted a dish of very fine the Clewiston Inn one,' of the more popular hotels of i
Mrs W. D. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Dick dance music from two big "song- ,
of "Hellbox"A hits of Ziegfeld's production, "The South Florida. .. .
C. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. William Ce _. .' I
Show-Boat." The vocal refrain ;,
cil Owen. /
from "01' Man River" is packed d t
Mr. and Mrs. Cole won first prize new insight into the romance I I with the droll, penetrating philosophy ti t ,

and Dick Miller was awarded con buried in the used type of the news-I I of a levee darky. These two

s.ola tlon'prize.. paper office was brought out b) numbers will add fun and pep to
home-dance.., Hear all of these
Smith a columnist on the '''Panama any
new releases-soon! M
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Carter of Rich- American at Ancon,_ C. Z., who sees 7

land, Ga., accompanied by Mr. and in the hell-box, the printer's term for .- .
01' Man, River-Fox Trot i (from < ; *:
Mrs. W J. Phillips of the same com the receptacle containing the' used The Show-Boat) With Vocal RefrainMake ?

munity are spending a few days, in type, stories fashioned from the es_ Believe-Fox Trot, (from '
The Shou-Boct') With Vocal Refrain .-to ..' '
Clewiston visiting their friends, E. L. p .- / *
sential elements of life. PAUL WHITEMAN AND '>
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Alston and Mr. and 'Mrs. G. L.: Sims. No. 21218, 10-lneh V.
the box
of used type, waiting to '
be remelted, the columnist sees: After My Laughter Came TearsFox
Leonard Ames of New York Cityarrived "Stories that frolic with kingly humor Trot With Vocal Chorus
In the Sing-SonR Sycamore Tree -f'
Sunday to spend 'a few weeks and others with the pathos of Fox: Trot With Vocal Refrain
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. William THE VIRGINIANS
a child's broken doll."Stories' .
No. 21219, 10-inch ,-, ,L,t.l .I, I ,. 7'I : '\ '
G. Ames of '' '
Clewiston. "
that tell ofmen I''I
of the greed 'i
jumbled by the side of a laughing Together With Vocal Refrain r : ;
i fI On a shopping tour to Fort Myers stickful of typef recounting the My Heart Stood Still : .,
(from A Connecticut Yankee) : ?:
II were Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. W. D. madcap antics of a clown. PAUL With WHITEMAN Vocal Refrain AND His :, ; : : :

S 1 Becker and Mrs. Franc Howard. "Sombre stories that tell of a 'nation's CONCERT ORCHESTRA '

'- struggle for 'freedom tossed No..350C3. 12-Inch "

in he hell-box, receptacle of ''all pied .. .
The 'Clewiston Inn lost three of Its I Mrs. Cohen at the Beach- %$' ""-' '
more highly valued type by the side of typo that tells Parts 1 and 2 ? I
guests this week .
when Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bgg! of the Bacchanalian revels of a society -, Humorous No.:Monologue 21211, lO-lncb FANNY BRICH \ ; # : : .1 :. ?:: ,:

and Mrs. Bigg's 'mother, Mrs. Franc leader. i : : : ::: I ;,
"Stories that Together :
Howard moved tell of the suicide of ; : :
Into their : :
newly com Four; Walls FIU.NICLYN BAUB ) : \ : .: :* .; h : "
a derelict upon the sea of life, pled :- c, .; t\4 '
pleted Spanish home on Osceola avenue No. 21220, lO-lnch, ::1.1.i ': !. !;;! !!. For Reservations ': '.: : 5. j\) ;;' '" :
with that which tells of he approaching L..
nuptials of the debutante daugh. ,7\ I > ..:: >, .:.. .. >/" Write '. : /<;., :
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.ter of a modern Croesus. :i."." .;: ; ( ; ,' -.i ).o+ V-! :: '
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Wilber D. Cole entertained the : ;
\.' Afternoon\ Bridge club at her home "Stories that tell of' the hungry ...'"1 ". '.;,.i-J->. ( -:'', '' J. E., LANDERS .'("I ",. T",., ...;, '",1. ::2J

homeless, shivering on the breadline,
on Arcade avenue Tuesday. Two tables Co. 1-
pied with
type telling of'the. world'svcalhles ; .
were set for play and delight, "
bachelor taking his annual '' '
ful refreshments were served The Clewiston Inn .
winter cruise to the Mediterranean -.- .
Among the members were Mesdames JN : : ,
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ley, Claude Downs, T 'i r, Watson, Al A. L. Crow: and brother, Clewiston -Victor Clewiston, Florida [a
'LIncoln, R. L.
Simpson, William Ce- ,
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all equipment for the modern home. In the meantime we are caring for the trade at the old stand. Let us quote

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Mahogany Living FINISH END
OCCASIONAL CHAIRS ,Made of well selected Ten-
Room Suites port TablesLarge racks: finished, in TABLESVarious, Backs and seats upholsteredIn nessee Red Cedar, various '
3-piece cane back suite wlti red and preen worth Tapestry and damask

loose cushions and pillows and table beautifully carv- 4$75 $2.45 Shapes Worth Now $29.50 $14-0 sizes as. follows:

upholstered in tapestry ed design Now :Worth $16.50
reversablc! cushions $S.50
jacquards Worth 7, 2 95 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Now
1 Worth' $126.50 $59.95< Prlscllla sewing; baskets, Now $ $ P' Mahogany finish cane backs

Worth $100, $49.50 NOW solid mahogany worth Worth $22.50 CQ QC bright ,durable covered Worth, $26.50Now 13.50 ..
Now $10.00 3 95 I now jpa.ao seats. Worth $21 G Q.9tI
-excellent $ + tjp
Small davenport tables 7 g!\ Now
Full size 3-piece cane back Now ., Worth $12.00 ?4 95
mahogany suite, upholsteredIn finish, Now STUDENT CHAIRS r Worl'n' $29 50
and velours, pillows worth $11 00 95 .; I Now $14.50
tapestry and bolsters to match Worth $20,, $9.95 t Walnut finis'h (tea wagon "'lcW. $1> Mahogany finish spring Q 4
Now drop leaves, glass bottom cushions, backs and seats,

Worth Now $150, $69.95Full 'ray, worth $14.0 upholstered In velour. andtapestry Worth NowWorth $49.50$24.95\
now 3-Piece Living w
Tables worth 124,50 >
size piece overstuffed ,. ( Now r i
dav. suite consisting of dav- $25. Now $12.50 Room Suite : Worth $35.00LOUNGING' $16.95 I $65.00
39t 50
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enport fireside chair, / and 5-PIece bridae sets. y Now ..
French blue S.piece complete -
wing chair, upholstered in table and 4 leather seat upholster.. CHAIRS t
( mahogany, ; harmonizing With' bench to match .
chairs ,
high grade jacquard finest Tables worth 11.95 folding i ing with pillows up. t Worth $45.00Now
spring construction, cushions 2250. Now Chinese red or preen holstered in beautiful and $22.50

n have reversible cushions .. worth' ,. $25. $.14.95 ..:: !j 'Now Worth $245.00 .$119.00 / high grade tapestry ((2 only ,7
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to: damask. Several colors to Tables worth 95 '-.w ., ......,t.t: ,., ,..-. "" ,.
1 select) from 3250. Now 'W. 'H];; T;:: ;'':; I.:;: Worth $125.00Now $65.00 ,

Worth $249.$ $114.0() .' I r+ '? t 9-PIECE DINING 1

NowOne large 3-piece ,all oven c I I $39.50.Tables wQrth Now Q19'.95 1 MAHOGANY LEG'TABLES GATE t .ROOM SUITE, 1

'i stuffed dav. suite consisting ,' lf 0 42 and 48 Inch i s
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and ench, hand carved BEDROOM >i Worth $35.00 $12.95. k Two, Tomlison Furniture
r4 frame. Inner 1 construction, i 5- PIECE Now.' i Co's., very fine Spanish de- s

springs of the finest type SUITE ii sign, corsican walnut; dinIng -
upholstering of curled hair j 4-PIECE. BEDROoM room suite, 9 pieces .
covering of linen and \wol! :. piece suite, Northern Furniture SUITE ?
J tapestry, reversible cushions -- Co.'s product, ivory ) NO CHARGES. NO C.O.D'sTOURISTS : r k L- '' consisting of buffet, table
A very fine 4. piece suite china cabinet, 5 side chairsand" '
of frieze. finish that will!! not chip or (

worth Now $750, 349.50' peel, enameled consists on of birch bed :1 9 ;' f.':. !:: .:;. :-" :.. (" r.ItI.c: ; ;;,." .; ,; ,;. T .' o.:, ;::-r;.: : r.:7..: .. J Irr": ,:;'..' made PO., of by best Northern materials Furniture, finished -* ; holstered 1 host chair in tapestry, chairs up-on a
suite '
J Beautiful cane back, three. wood; a in olive ,green, consist- r backs and seats-a very
I piece mahogany suite, tapes:: ,, nite stand, rocker, vanity a Ing ,of vanity, 'chiffonier, bed massive and handsome suite
t.'p' try upholstered, pillows'and and chiffonier ATTENTION 1 and bench I

t j, bolsters to match. Worth $263.00 $141.75 > t. worth $314.50 $162.35 fJ Worth $850.00. $395.00 jSr.
$185, \ Now I
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SUITES, TABLES f EXPENSE FOR YOUR Rustic willow and white enI I r
ameld hampers.. STOOLS
double r1
Large size 3-piece .
I colors '
,1 sizes, various -
spring covering construction, cretonne 1 Worth $26.50, TRIP TO FLORIDA BY Worth Now $5. $2.95 Worth Now $1.75 ..95

Worth $32.00 95
Worth $150 69.95 i' $15. i
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Now' I BUYING YOUR FUR : worth $7. Wooden, white enamel
Beautiful piece Ivory suite, ; Large size tables Hampers $3.95
overed with damask, with Worth $26.50 Now t., kitchen stools.
$14.95 Worth $3.15 pillows. I", NITURE DURING Hampers worth $9. 4.95 $1.
Worth $285. $129 50 Now Now Now
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1 Florida Fan back 4-piece Round ,Reed Tables THIS SALE: CLOTHES BASKETSTwo Metal, white enamel bath
suite, including table, covered stools.
in high grade damask. Worth $10.00 $5.00 sizes
Worth $3.50
worth $254. I $129.50 Now $1.95

Now .. SHIP IT BACK 'HOMEREMEMBER Baskets worth Now
Elaborate design, 3-piecei Ivory Desk BUY $ .25. Now $1.15
Metal, white enamel kitchen
suite with cane panels, pil
lows to match high grade Worth $24.00 $12.50 stools.

damask covering. Now Baskets worth $1.4 Worth $4.00 $2.25

worth $254 129.50 Ivory desk chair, to matchWorth 285. Now NowCocoa

Now3piece $11.50 ec QC Jewel 2qt.. Ice Cream ,freez
old ivory, full size, Now H>D. O door mats, size 18x30
solid construction, upholstered ers. Worth $2.65 $1-50
in tapestry. Desk and chair sets (3 only) We Ship It For You Worth $1.50 '50c Now

Worth $215.Now $99.75 worth $50.00 $26.50 Now

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West Palm Beach Fla.

O.Box 307 25th and Dixie Highway>< -Nort w od-PALM BEACHES LEADING_____ FURNITURE_ ., "......HT.1'q',1 :......,_.......,, ::,... .: ra fsggggair'-iA>>.r.tr3.-j| M'g' !'.'.\t/fll7! "'.;ll'-'J a.'t.ttJHai'v. m

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BEDROOM SUITES. ( DINING ROOM SUITES r1I. Oak finished, metal lined, ,
3-plece bedroom suite: con. ,< t SIMMONS ALL STEEL : 8-piece dining room suite white enamel inside, all sizes :- SUITES
One exceptionally beautiful consisting of buffet, table, and 'unusually complete :.
slsting of chiffonier, vanity IVORY ENAMEL BABY 1 Ivory and blue 5piecesuite
ana wen: constructed suite, and six chairs, genuine 5 ply stock. rp
and bed, gray enamel. II': finished in genuine walnut, __ CRIBS walnut veneer, well constructed ,. $18.75 Refrigerators ..

Worth Now $125.50: $63.65 an eight be duplicated piece suite, consisting that cannot .' Drop sides, good sprfng and and nicey! finished. 'I How $9.50 .. consisting; of drop leaf r.

I mattress, complete, various worth $132.00 $69.50 table and 4 chairs.
the ) 3
Extra Special-For gar- \f twin beds, vanity, bench, $22.50 Refrigerators
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and sizes, at the fol.. .
5l bed- styles '
age apartment piece I phiffonier, nite stand, chair Now $12.95 Worth $?5.00 95
room suite, consisting of and rocker. : lowing prices: g 9piece suite, same as above Now $11!

chiffonier, dresser, bed 'Wort'h' ,$600.00 QOQC.00 I Cribs i worth $20. $12.95 I Ii t Worth $169.50 $8 9.e .50 $29.50 Refrigerators
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spring and mattress. Now
NOW Now $14.45
i 2 Mahogany finish suites,
Worth $88.00 48.25 National, birds eye maple 8-piece genuine walnut veneer
Now !uuite of 3 pieces, consistingof Cribs worth ,$26 13.95 : 5 ply, durably made, $33.75 RefrigeratorsNow consisting of large drop leaf
4piece bedroom suite parchment dresser, bed and rocker, Now I' full size buffet, chairs upholstered $16.95
enamel finish, consist- ,beautiful finish and durable Cribs worth $25 in tapestry. table and 4 chairs.

.. ing of twin beds, vanity and construction. Now $13.45 r Worth $225.00 $109.. .50 I $37.50' RefrigeratorsNow $19.45 Worth $49.50 $24.95.
chiffonier. Worth $167.50 $82.50 Now Now
Worth $200.00 $104.807piece Now > Cribs i worth $30 $14,9 5 One very fine "Royal Man $49.50 Refrigerators ,

t Now Northern Furniture Ca's. super Now I tle" suite, 9 pieces, consisting 'J Now $25.95 1 Parchment blue trimmed
black and gold fin. workmanship and best Simmons ivory finish, wood, of buffet,' table, 6 chairs
I is'h' finest material and work jnaterlals, used In the, mak- all screened cribs. and dhina cabinet. Higher \ $59.50 RefrigeratorsNow suite, gate leg table and 4
manship used in the manufacture ing of this suite, birds-eye priced suites can be gotten $31.50Vogt's
of this suite, consisting .maple finished in silver:: grayin Worth $25.00 $1 3.45- but none better made than chairs.
of twin beds, vanity chil- a 4piece, suite consistingof Now this one.Worth :all: steel white enamel $45.00
fonier, chair rocker and chiffonier, dresser, chair $395.00 cabinet refrigerator, 100-lb. Worth 22.50
bench-an excellent suite. and bed.Worth Nationally known. Trimle Now $199.50 capacity, a quality refrigerator Now
$310.50 O1 CfiIC Kiddy Koops.' adaptable for electric re_
Worth $373.50 198.20 Mantle1' suite ..
$ < f One "Royal frigerationlWorth 1 Red, blue trimmed suite,
Now Worth $35.00Now consisting of buf. \
r. $214 10 pieces,
piece ivory decorated bedroom 4-plece very durably made $95.00 $39.50 and 4 chairs.
cabinet, table
of walnut suite consisting of fet, table, china Now \
suite consisting
chiffonier, dresser, chair vanity, bench, bed and Same as above, smaller: size. server, 5 side chairs and one Same:: as above, 125.lb. ca Worth $45.00 $22. 0
and bed.Worth focker. Worth $32,50 $1 9'75 arm chair. I" pacity. ,, Now
Worth: $266.00 $133.90BrvvniwiJauii. Now worth $550.00 269.50 Worth ,$115.00 $69.50

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