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: April 20, 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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Social Activity. "
. :\, agar production! .'in the northern Raw Sugar Price. P6ta"to. .
: '. '. Vfcrglades needing' to 'a conserva- I ROAD \\VORI[ { SOON I Hendry county political candidates. }1.reaching. as i i
.., '. '1.1'...- I,..,. :,-. tive estimate. will !i! Sugar cane' production In Florida's | will be given an opportunity to display 350 were.reported and 400 bushels to the acre

Estimate) I showa'. gross returns L With a deed to the property signed northern Everglades will. swell the I their wares before women vot: this .week by Charles

.' fc, Re this year, of more I 'And delivered and. with the Board of state's- resources this year_by more ers ot',Clewiston In the near future, \ Jackson, .local 1 ?agriculturist *who '-

I .' -t. : 'fhaa i $2,000,000, andwith National Missions of the Presbyterian Hathaway 'I n Address : than. $2,000,000 according to. conserv-1 II according to 'plan being worked out said -that in a'. 20-acre field : of 'Cob- .
I '':t :lmpletiol of the program, Church agreeing' to pay 'one-third of At, LaBelle Tells Of I 3 ative ,estimates based on figures by the Clewiston Woman's club. At bler and Red Bliss) 'potatoes, he willaVerage

I }if ex ,- s so ;$25,000,000 annually. i the total cost, construction ', on the '.' Road Flaws .,' I available. here, while the,'completion, ;u meeting of the club last week 1 Mrs.J. ,better. than. ',I 200 bushels*to

4 vlT, :Vrhjfyjgur&6;! : 'more accurately than first unit of a $30,000 church for' tof! the program In less than five yeais i ._, E. :Beardsley. was named a'. committee I the. acre.fir'st' ", '
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ny un jjin artve painting foretell the Clowiston will l be started In the near :'calls for sugar operations resulting chairman to select two assist- The packed andshipped ,

,I .. fufur: .,. liistory, ... of'' Clewiston, and ,its future, it 'was announced yesterday' Bids. will be advet Used :and con- .'f-in, a "gross annual.. incomej, of approxi. ants and make recommendations l Monday, ) <'and"the. total. :.'shipments -
:. neighborsThrive\ \ questions to be, asked -. 'iy Rev. W. T. Bailey, pastor of the tract for the construction of. the. new imately ,$26,000,000.Figures . with"a view to bringing; the candi- for the weekfrom; : this fieldWere

: are whether' cane can4 be.. raised ,Clewiston Community church. Thee cross state, highway. directf'from :. used to arrive at the above dates before; the ,women of the com four.. cars!;..''.' .. ,<.:-' .f ;.,:. *v .
,. ,: successfully, whether\ .we' can. compete \: building will be on Balboa Clewiston to LaBelle will be warded, total were based on actual yield at. munity. '. One'. example of;the' yield whs "

!f ITwIth so-id: cheap '.la'bor''or' foreigncountries' Place and Royal Palm Avenue, the within the next 90 days, it'was 'announced :'I" Clewiston during the past year arid This it is believed will be .the fore-: cited o'C: by Mr.' Jackson who: ''' said *that .

:I. '' ov importing' sugar' nero church facing! the present nursery last Saturday by Dr. Fons II i even. in this instance allowances were runner of several political mass meetings 27 the Red. Bliss'r' a
: :M' tnd, .whether; there' will, be a market site. A. Hathaway, chairman of the state .!: made for all possible losses. While to be staged throughout the bushel basket.'o, ; 1

: k. r 1'h!{ 'prc: '1ucLcThe 1 Answer to the The first unit of the }building to road department and candidate for during the past year of 65.72 tons I county and several of the candidatesare The outlook for potato raising in ,

: >.f,irr'I i fa:;thq results:l shp'wn' a t Clewis-i cost $12,000 will be a building for governor. in an address to a record I I) per acre, the above figures are based'! said to be interested In a plan I the% muck l laud of the northern .Ev-

4, ". t.ondurin..t,11he past year when 65.72 church and( Sunday-school activities.It -crowd in the auditorium of: the La en a 40-ton yield, and where the su- for a great barbecue} where all as- erg lades. ':'is exceptionally piomising I

,:, .r "'*A, tons .ner',acr4 were produced; to. th" will be 35 by 60 feet long, with Belle high scho6!. I crose or sugar content has ,shown an :, pirants will have the opportunity of according to' Mr. Jackson who considers :

. I, ...:. kecondlt1; ]( 'fiJct'the: larger yields, tile concrete and stucco construction Outlining his planks as good roads I average of 12 12'pel' cent in tests, outlining their plans to the voters. it one of the most staple crops. --

.: ...... .uM!of tnachinery 'and duty on 1mpVfted ; \ ith Spanish design.Wholehearted > and schools Chairman Hathaway 'explained the figures for the estimate are basedon Additional candidates who anflounced I "Potatoes," he /said, "will Jiave. a
"' the need of the former in their high yieldwith a minlmuin&i of ex ,
't q' ?. ,,,sugar have proVen. the cooperation was eleven per cent sucrose. candidacy during the't 0 .
;: er 'production: *,costs at;, home;cheap-I praised' by Rev. Bailey who said that the Everglades sq,<;tfon. .' Despite the' fact that raw ,sugar past few weeks filled up gaps in the pensiye fertilizer and judgiug'from .

r .. '. *.!the' third'''the' fact: that; .even' the' deed to the lots was given by "Of course I' gin greatly in favor prices on the 'New York market hav ballot so :that at present there is I results. of, the' !>:'pastfjseason' when de- .<, '

f. >, .J. ,i f',,*'illJ&. ci easo' pl h'ne.d. here will still i DO B. G. Dahlberg, and that architect's of Everglades drainage' but the (averaged .526 per pound for the past competition! for every office in. t 's.r.l it''Jse') '' revJjYses{>)veji will lcow':"a- 'y' x.\,

-: .'";.f.:;:I' a' cdmparatively f.l.::,.. ,. .small' portion 7J : of the services are being supplied gratis by drainage is almost futile without i five years;' a price of .045 was used county.V_ .,- ; ',' .... .'C'1 substantial oi f\ n propftv.1.*) slmuld i i say. i*that "' *.,
:' '. ,. ',J ,w.orld'1sugar. ..acreage( *>.-".' G. E. Connell, G. W. Gordon, G. ,B. good roads." :.. .1' !in :making this estimates ,. '" \ .>., h'oF?'}f,eyeirst, .few :weeks of the 'the.outlook* ..' .'is: exceptionally.'promisin -
'.'f?' ',:, : : .\ \....... Heard Mr. ''Hatfiaway said "that \ notlmerely 1 cainpajgri tho "" <. .
c ',: \ : --:::& of Clewiston and Major.ClarkJ. : he is More thari\5,000. ""acres will be | !f.ice'? of superintend- & <
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",'J: .. ow ..'.cpmes; : the announcement Lawrence 'of West Palm Beach I. interested" in a t:,* cross 11 state, harvested(, .this. year and. at;the conservative e't.UfJSjubUc 'instruction". sheriff Cost of production, yield and
J ",:.Vfromtthe.... \ .." .. .'I"Navy... department,' _that" 'in. Negotiations for the one-third to hr$9. 'fr: ,') but .Ol other" ,. .iFPo; antproJ.eSts. I estimate, :oC 40 1ois to, t1 e.J' ha : : '
j- \ 't: ..r.. ,"''"I' ..,")...<1t:...;.. Uf /.... peepingwith A '. its.t.., be paid ,by the Board of National .. :'fJi ; aCre: ,: this- wit p ;*}; ,00,000: tons. .of. { :;\w'as.' .",injectedlxcre,'( ..',.,.'last. week that govern- potat6 raising inJ this..
;"';u't" }- "'-s r..w.U" 'I"IQ10,)'" nf"'P'Pr1I" : tiQ.I JUIss'lpns of the.,Presb teria .church;' 'Hs; t ndocates: .he sat ,-. he J'.4.Q.Q,00(1,000.( und s:n r..Ot'L.' /. : >gJth(.t th.6: as noun, ,e merits* \ Ed ''Gi section. Mr. Jackson'r ,4, explain 6 d. -. .
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I Subs.. two of the'latesi State!;! of America were main enaric Basing the raw sugar: content at g .7 uShlinr, : > .t..1t :. ,'" .
type submarineswill completed last week when Rev. Bai- of county roads where feasible .to. 11 per 'cent, which is. one and one-. Unavoidably information oil the results point we can !do l it mqre: economically A\." '*'' ...'

be stationed at Miami duringthe ley attended a presbytery in Tarpon relieve. the county of expense. half per cent lower than actual tests of the Clewiston ,New:: straw than many other sections o"t *** -'" .

'f Shrine convention, to give Springs : Dwelling on charges made by an have shown, and at the.4 1-2 per cent ballot was not compiled ,this week the state including. famous Hastings
ops '' "This custom of the Presbyterian opponent, Chairman Hathaway nail figures, the gross income will be $2- but the total votes received duringthe potato section. ; .J.

,. ? portunity to study the latest types church: of giving ;money to a Com- ed each of the charges separately to 178,000. week' :will be added to next "The question of yield is settled 'l '

of undersea craft munity church project," said Rev. the evidently complete satisfactionof The conservatism of the figure is week's figures. through our getting as high as 350 ;"i" '.

The Navy department is axniou" Bailey, "is by no means unusual and his enthusiastic audience. more' clearly seen through the fact Politics has become the main topicof and 400 bushels per acre. v '

to acquaint its supporters, the voters,. has been done in many Instances." Concerning the main object of com that even the prpven 65.72 tons per conversation in many sections of "Prices are of course governed by

<** with the progress It' is making as Social as well as spiritural activities plaint, a state audit_ of the books of acre included certain low yield species the county and with the polls opening supply and demand and the fact that

: ,'" an aim of the nation's defense. And will be stressed with the com- the highway department, the speaker which will not be replanted. in slightly more than six week's;: : we can get our potatoes to northern

.. :.< rightly' so. Noble John Jones,, will pletion of the new church Rev. Bai- said that this had been done and I This will mean the eventual planting candidates are making preparationsfor markets from 10 days to two weeks

'.f v return from the convention to tell ley said, and 'every effort will be that the audit consisting' of six vol- of '67,000 acres.. On this acreage a 'whirlwind wind-up to the long before the big Hastings crop somesin

( iA.,. his townspeople in some inland com- made' to attract the young people. umes had been found in every way I the total yield, it'. is estimated, will campaign. convinces. us that the returns will

i. ...ir-unity.. of the wonderful ,strides the During the past few weeks, 20 complete and satisfactory. be 2,860,000, tons of cane or 294- The ballot for you to ,cast your more than justify our efforts;

? :Navy department is making in progress new members have been received into Following the meeting, Chairman 800 tons of raw sugar which at the vote for your favorite candidate is "Assuming we plant at the same

r and possibly! when another the church. The Ladies Aid society Hathaway was guest at a dinner giv- above market price will bring in a printed on, page 6 ot this issue. Markin time as the Hastings farmers we can v

';:;; great appropriation for a navy building .was also highly praised by the en in his honor in the LaBelle hotelat gross !income of 26532000.) your 'choice and mail it to the still beat their product to the northern -

...1 ',.;" program is suggested, it will not pastor who said. that since last July which delegations were present Although sugar cane ,experts for News today, and see the results next market by a few weeks."

meet the same fate:: as the last one the women, have saved $SOO to be from Clewiston, ,LaBelle and' Fort years have appreciated the superior week. ,!..1

And may ,not an inspection tour of used in the building fund. Myers. qualities of the muck lands of the
the latest typo sub, conducted by CLEWIST( N BALL CLUB REMOVES < .
northern Everglades as. a sugar cane .
experienced }officer\ .change the, viewpoint .CLUB WOiN!! |IffiAR INERSTNC producing country, they 'were unanimous 'I

oL the inlander ,\ 'use most in their statements that suc- .: ; JINX IN I MOORE 1 4 HAVEN CLASHBY
; \jvidnemory! of submarines .Is. the
TALK ION IFMFIQH I IN.CHlNA! cessful operations .were utterly -impossible
'. *"' ivtent: S-4 disaster?' ,. ., without adequate drainage. :'. : -' -

j The value of publicity whuJher! ii '.,' I With the entry of the Dahlberg In- ..; : *, OLDTIMER over In easy fashing, being accorded
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be newspapers, magazines: o. verbalpublicity An interesting talk>: on infanticide was a girl it was destroyed. With terests to this section, the first step Clewiston ball excellent support
: Sunday saw the him.
committed behind
should not, be iiudarestimat"d more wealthy the of the '
parents schedule
questionwas : elaborate
in -Mrs.\ : C.* W. Bispham was an witha
Chinaby ) '- club' finally come into its.own brothers, in the' outfield -
after'all publicity The Griffith
for was it not )". how to secure husbands :if there drainage program which now after
'that made Santa Claus? featured 111'3'regul : meeting of the smashing win over their jinx from I were a show by ''themselves,
three in the fam than has
were or more girls more two years of work exhibitionof 1
Clewistoa Woman cjub in the Moore. Haren in the best Tommy rqbbing Whitten of a triplein
ily. brought to almost 43,000 acres of
Potato yields in a' 20-acre field as Clewiston Inn last Friday..!1 .. Mrs. BF-! Mrs. Bispham then. told'of the, laud, not only drainage but 'absolute the national pastime displa'edhero the; seventh with ,a barehand stab,

high. as 350 arid 400 bushels to the pham wife of Rev.' C. W. Bispham, work done by Mary MacDowell! 75, water control; insuring irrigation as this season. while Dann took two flies,, and made
.' Manager'Jim been promising
has bases to cut
wonderful throws ,to
acre were reported episcopal rector spent several yearsIn two
years ago :who was directly respon- well as drainage. '
t 400 Bushels I this week by Char- China and studied the ,problemsof Please turn to page 6 With the drainage plan proven a the local fans a real ball club loss !down Clewiston ,runners. But for
Per Acre- les A. Jackson. The the Chinese people at close range. this year, and has' excused the their help the customary eighth inning
1926 the
success during the storm of ,
figure is interestingIn Her talk was voted one of the most set of the, first four' games on the plea rally of the locals would have
Dahlberg Interests immediately
view of the fact that generally successful ever delivered at the McCrajnie Pleased about the of building up a smooth working or- been anti-climax. .
.,it has been considered a poor farm- local club. With Work Here the planting cane and} ganization. Following Sunday's fine Please' turn to page 6
success of the enterprise is seen in
ing 'ear. Jackson tackled the problem In a short business session:; before the 65.72tons showing we must confess some confidence ,
comparison of Clowislon's ..
scientifically and in his success Mrs. Bispham's talk Mrs. William GAmes R. A. McCranie, assistant general nor acre with. Cuba's 19. both in his judgment .and plans.shifted I Church Women Plan
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:. lies an important message to Ever- read a tentative constitutionand manager of the Atlantic Coast Lino The starting lineup was '
of which were ou'a.. twelve months Lincoln Cafeteria Supper
: glades farmers. -that farming in the by-laws for the club which were made .an extended visit in Clewistonand maturity basis.In again, with Sansbury In center, I .
Everglades as everywhere else is a accepted as read. vicinity on April 3,3, arriving in at short, Beardsley at third'and i
Hawaii plantations,
paying business proposition, if tackled Mrs. E. C. Cole and Mrs. W. D, his private car.. -:Mr. McCranie delivered on irrigated high Douglas in the box, with Whitten on Plans for a buffet supper to be
the yield has been as as 65 tonsto intention of I held at, the Ames home on Arcade
in a" sound businesslike way. Cole were appointed? a committee an address here at the time the first, with the evident
acre but this was on a 20 to hitting avenue on April 25 were announced
I all the possible
make further recommendations regarding that Governor Martin broke grund getting
f"1 ?4 months maturity basis. I The change yesterday by Mrs. William G. Ames
Political candidates for office in the proposed prize for the for the sugar mill and he was Impressed I strength into the game.
Interest in sugar cane production outstandinig fea- who explained that the IJroceec1s'witI
Ilendry county will be asked to ap- best lawn in town., by the improvements that Please worked well but the
turn to page 6 whole club, to the Ladies Aid society of the
pea before the Following a suggestion by Mrs. .T.I 1 I have been made since that time. ture was the spirit: of the go'

b' Candidates Clewiston Woman's E. Beardsley that candidates for of- Accompanied by Mr. F. L. 'V JIiam- In there fighting every minute. Clewiston Community church.
To their sn W. G. Ames Mr. MoCranie CHANCE TO REGISTERW. Douglas was hit hard and frequent The supper according to the pros
Speak--: club jo outline fice be Invited to address the club, "and ,
platforms, accord- President Jackson appointed her to Inspected the construction :work at ly, but pitched a nice game, although ent plans will be an ''innovationin

Ii Ingto a plan now being worked out name two assistants and make 'rec- the mill site, the tracks leading P. Andrews, Hendry countytax a momentary lack of control in the church dinners for instead of the ta-

I by members of the club. t rnmencl at ions.Perfacing therto, as well as the cane fields. collector will be at the Clewis ninth put him in trouble, since his I ble d'hote system formerly used,

r\; : The candidates will accept the offer her talk with the statement Later he was driven as far as Bare 'ton post office on Saturday April Nemesis, one Mr. Wright, of the visitors there will be several choices, in'-cafeteria -

and the women voters of Clewis- that Infanticide In China was Beach through the endless fields of I 28 to collect poll taxes, it was an- came to the plate before the/1 style.Anxious '

ton will have an opportunity)" of not due to brutality but to an 'economic vegetables and other crops. nounced yesterday by Jim Beards- side was retired and punched out his / to achieve an! even greater .

measuring the melt soliciting their necessity, Mrs. Bispham ex- Mr.' McCranie expressed hlmsdlf as ley. usual hit for two runs. This Wright success than they have In the
i r made and "Mr. Andrews coming to Clewis- was the offensive feature of the : past, .the .members of the Ladies Aid
_, support. plained that the solution? of the prob- pleased with the progress I
The plan is a commendable one lem would be found when the lower rrellicted{ a. very busy season for ton a ,week from Saturday. offersa Moore Haven club, poling three line society are busily planning attractive
and shows the power for good thata class Chinese could learn to providefor Clewiston. He also inspected the At- real opportunity for a heavier drives to left field out of five trips !I..dishes to be served and tho '' buffet

Woman's club can be in a- com- a family, from the soil. lantic Coast Lino property and gave vote at the polls," Beardsley said, to the Plate, pushing four runs over : :supper gives promise of being the

'*' "If the first baby was a girl," she instruction for further improvements "as residents can also register by the platter. With this fellow out of :most successful dinner ever offeredby

said, "they kept it, }but if the second. and beautlticatioH. the payment of their poll tax.. the 'game Doug would have breezed : 1 1 the church women.t .


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Successor to The' Clewiston Progress .: ,, :. I : J"A Accidental l Accomplice :

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i ... The ability of a columnist at times is measured not by his wit but by ,Copyright 1928;' Doubeday, Doran ,& It had been his intention to escape I

TOM SMITH, EditorSubscription :: :r.i ;:. by one :of the building's other exits
',1- > :' ., .his ability to'pick, out excellent bon mots from other papers. Company
., or seek safety in an ascending-
-: y'. ? Rates .i,, ':.:,' '.4'-1, ", 3: According; to that our. stock should considerably after" elevator, but
go up ", finding now there was no time
By mail outside ,of Florida By, 'mail t ,1 In. Florida. GONE BEFORE for this. Before ,
One year $2.50 One year '.'. $2.00 the following, by P. H. A. in the Jacksonville' Times-Union.{ "Th'i i is". it. :' Carol Dare, New York society debutante he could carry out.

., '" '. ,, ; M about to this plan the detective would be on
Six months 1.50 Six months \ 1.00 .I become engaged, to -
A Headline oj History Weeks his heels. :As he dodged '
\ Beverly
scion along
Three months 1.25 Three months _. :.75. a wealthy theM
: I f' I family consults an Oriental to learn corridor, trying vainly to think what.

Application for entry as second class is pending. (Reading time: Zero-if you skip it.) ,. whether she will be happy. to do, he came to n door that gave,

She is told to
"Wait" and on the at his touch..
God Creates Heavens and Earth Borah Not Present Nor way home is saved from being struck ,
1. Definite control 'of Lake Okeechobee with water ,transportation.. ; He had no Idea whither the door
.... Consulted.'S by an automobile by one Alan Ma-
2._ Early completion of the highways! for local transportation and I Eve Made From Bone In Adam's Side; Lucky It son and on t'he' night of her engage- lead. Quickly, he pushed it open and

concentratl of products Head. ment she finds herself comparingthis sprang behind it, softly closing it .
3. A substantial downward revision of freight, rates on vegetables aidother ......
man her fiance.
again, wondering if the detective had
products of this region to the northern mari 4. The full functioning of a perative marketing; association for i appear at the dinner and later I action. With his shifty
both buying and selling purposes. Love. |Nest Entered By Serpent. ; Flapper Wife Falls For Forbidden told by her aunt Sara'h' Colton that pyes glued to the crack of the door

Many Die In Big Flood; Noah Builds Death-Proof Submarine., her father is In the Tombs on a be waited breathlessly, until he felt .
charge of embezzlement, but 'what sure that he was at least temporarily
Carol has not ,yet learned is that her safe from his pursuer and then he

When we pick up a northern paper to have glaring headlines shout to Julius Caesar Writes Own' Story of Clash for Blah Syndicate. father's arrest is the result of a turned cautiously to inspect the, room

us of an April blizzard sweeping the north, we, readily acknowledge Na' plan by Prosper Strong, an enemy to be had so unceremoniously Invaded
Many Heads Fall In French Revolution; Paris Becomes Style And ruin him. tn his flight and grasped in wondering -
ture's greatest gift to Florida-climate.
Perfume Center. While, waiting .outside the Tombs, amazement at what he saw.

Too many of us however are prone to let it go at that, and never stop a man drops from the wall and Carol I I There before him, snoring, hip

to consider the fa/-reaching effects of this climate. Colonists Establish U. S. ;, Patrick Henry Makes Famous Speech I shields him in the car. He proves to mouth wide open, his hands placidly ,
I i be an escaped convict. Carol drives l folded, ,sat Dr. Triggs, fast asleep.
'A recent survey by L. M. Rhodes commissioner the state marketing Gimme Liberty or Saturday Evening Post. | him uptown, in return for Which he Curiously Benny studied him', wondering -

bureau is instructive and in view of the statistics contained therein is George Washington Wins Presidency On Truth. Platform Although urged her to see a good lawyer, 'Sam what sort of an office It was'

well worth considering. \ -\ Shreyer.' that he had entered, wondering how
He Is Married Man.
In the meanwhile Rev. Triggs' decides he: was going to make a safe getaway P
Florida's wonderful climate is acknowledged ,and i l is time we were to drop in from it, and then the
U. S. Tom By Civil War Negro Question; Mammy Songs Born In on Prosper Strong spying glint of
arming ourselves with more concrete examples of the state's possibilities. with a view to collecting a substan gold on the clerical waistcoat, crept

Hence the following by Commissioner Rhodes: Tin Pan Alley. \ tial donation to St. Esther's which cautiously forward to investigate. **
I ,had been promised. Suspended from the rector's neck
Strong is absent
Philadelphia Centennial Liberty Bell All It's Cracked Up To Be.
Florida's fresh fruits and vegetables are produced on less than 300- ; .
; when the clergyman arrives but Do-- I hung a gold crucifix, the gift of the

000 acres of bearing groves and trucking land.: Last season, they brought Chicago Fire Alleged To Have Started From Lamp Kicked Over 'Ian 'his secretary recognizing Rev. Dorcas society.

. the state $92,000,000, which was more 'than one-half the value of all the Mrs. Triggs leads him to a private' officeto Although burglary, and not sneak
By O'Lcary's Cow.
agricultural products.For wait for t'he' financier. thievery, was Benny Bergman's spe-'

Chicago i World's Fair; After The Ball Is Over ''Sweeps Country. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY. cialty, gold, even in the- form of a
a decade or more, Florida has been ,shipping one-tenth of the car- crucifix, In his present desperate crisis -

load movement of fresh fruits and vegetables of the United States. Floridahas Spanish-American War; Lieutenant Hobson Smothered With Kisses., Left, alone Dr. Triggs looked curiI spelled liberty for him. As froma
ously about him:
only 1.25 per cent of the population.. Sale for Florida's products must I World War ; Second Lieutenant Comes Into His' Own; Kaiser' satisfactory times Although before several safe distance he studied the orna-,
lu had
ment he decided that in
S any pawn
be found outside the state. visited) Prosper
Strong in
Squelched. office
shop it would provide the money he

The average carload movement, of fresh fruit and vegetables in the this was the first time he had been needed, but observing that a door
Lindbergh Flies From New York To Paris ; Carries No Back Seat admitted into this particular
United States for 1925125-26 has been 484,471 carloads ,of vegetables .. I and he wondered for room opposite the one by which he had

and 483,544 carloads of fruits-a total of 968,025 carloads. During Driver. was used. what purposeit I entered stood half open, he crept cautiously
across the room to make sure
these three years, vegetables exceeded fruits by 817 carloads, but in 1926 Teapot Oil' Scandal ; Borah Starts Conscience, Fund: The elegance of its furnishings that ,the other office was untenanted
fruits led 36,562 carloads. White took the lead stood out in strong contract
vegetables by with tlv
potatoes and that his proposed theft would note
- Coolidge Does Not Choose To Run; Hoover Expectant, Smith" ,
over all shipments with 242,013 carloads or 25' per cent of all the fruits f. "., \\ Spartan simplicity of the room lead to capture.As .

and vegetables. Thirty-one of the' thirty-three products considered in these ?.Couchant. Heflin Rampant. ., ,', '-:. ., financier himself occupied. On thewaiiC I, he reached this door he... heard
: hun-'v: -OOiroY-ol.. ...-. T\I"wi../.'..t..>..1oco....,.,. nnnlings 1"1UL-' voices and
totals are shipped from Florida. About 56 per cent of the total movement .4.: brilliant bits paused abruptly. In the
--- -- of color, that
: other room a man and a' girl were
consisted of potatoes, cabbage, lettuce watermelons, tomatoes, ana. seemed .
oragnes : The strangely out of place in the talking. Into tbe' r.
lo.calVoman's club in cooperation with 'the Parent-Teacher's burglar's face camea
grapes. Florida ships all of these products. Florida leads in celery. string'' as domain of business.. There was a look 'of perplexed astonishment.

beans, tomatoes and grapefruit and is second in watermelons. sociation said tl be forming plans to invite the candidates for'superintend- great cushioned couch, and rest-inviting "It's the girl," he exclaimed softly j
. ..
' .,-- ,.,:' .' -- 'J l- f"i" *vent chairs-ornate-in.'desis, n;'were' to'1iimself'"
"theTgirl{ that .
., ".. *,,'.' The i increase in .die ,movement of fresh 'fruits' and vegetalbes over a of public instruction in Hendry county, before the club to talk on campaign -- scattered about. Aand there 'was anI get-away." helped my 'J

period of f three has been' 66,792 carloads nearly 8 cent. The I!I I other door. S '
years or per issues." The plan ,is a:.good one and will give the women a chance to
gain in population in the United t States has been, over the same period, 6 Turning from his inspection of the Chapter Twelve
get first-hand data on 'the information they want.
per cent. So long as Florida is producing 10 per cent of the fresh fruits, I i .... Triggs paintings and the furniture Dr. ) A" .,PRIVATE CONVERSATION :,
began to wonder whither this
and vegetables of the United ,States, on less than 1 per cent of its land I r door
i, might lead. Curiosity always Creeping a little closer to the door, t

area; has only one and one-fourth per cent of the population ; the total pro- I A giant new trans-Atlantic, air liner is being constructed to carry 1 lOCf I had been his besetting sin. Rising S he wonderingly leaned forward to

duction of fresh fruits and vegetables increasing 25 per cent faster than our from his chair and making ,sure that listen. '
passengers. A despondent ending it all in the middle of the trip will J ..
total population; then improvement of quality and appearance to increase now there was no one in the office be- I "But Mr. Strong," he heard Carol'fi :

consumption and advertising to broaden the scope of distribution will be I I have a long time to think it over before, hitting the'. water. yond he tiptoed softly: to, the door
i say, "you know father is inno-
I I and softly opened it just a crackto my
imperative. see whither it led. I cent. He had nothing whatever to do

Civilization began with, the first stone hatchet Adolus Huxleyin He was surprised to find that i it I with signing that contr ct. This

'.. CROP ,,.: I.,;,:, : says gave directly on to the main corridorof I morning at the hospital he was able

A STAPLE the current issue of ''Vanity Fair. Yea and it hasn't been buried yet.- the building, right near the en to talk with me for the first time

and he told all about it."
The Everglades haven't much.of a history. That is mostly in the future Jacksonville Times-Union. But it seems to be winding up with the sashweight. trance of ,secret evidently entrance providing' a method Benny heard me movement behind

and from all present indications it promises to be a full and pro- Mr. and egress for.Ilrim 1 and with Instinctive alarm turned
Strong or for any of his visitors
", gressive one. Yet even now a diligent searcher after facts can unearth. who did not wish to have their quickly. The sound of the voices

quite. a few interesting pieces of lore by studying the !',geology; of this section : Do Mr. Hays continued efforts for the purification of the movies require there known .. presence had awakened Dr. Triggs. He had

and by plying some of the early natives with questions.We the pouring of oil upon the troubled waters of that industry?-Worcester "Dear, dear," murmured the doctor jumped to his feet and was staring

as he resumed his seat, "how stupidly at the intruder with sleep- ..
" may learn that at one time in the dim past, most of what is now Mass.) Telegram. conveniently arranged." dazed expression. For a second Benny ,

southern Florida was covered by the waters of the .Atlantic Ocean and J His curiosity satisfied, he settle wavered.

the' Gulf of Mexico;; that these waters gradually developed islands sim- \ *. back placidly in a great armchair His first thought was of flight. The
Dr. Frederick Tilney the human fear of being captured and imprisoned "--
says brain is composed of billions of wholly: unaware that 'he had neglected -
ilar to the West Indes, but mostly in the form of long reefs washed up to close the door tightly and that was still on him, but he was also

by the wave action ; that finally two long fringes of' such reefs extended cells. It ought not to be so difficult as it is to imprison an idea.,-I Miami in so doing ''he had extended an in- eager to hear what. was going on in

from the northern mainland down what is now the east and west coasts, News. Of course not, if half of those cells are padded.After vitation to-well, let us call it trag- the room beyond. He had heard the

' meeting at Cape Sable and enclosing a vast' inland sea. These reefs kept BS255* t--. girl mention Strong's name, and real-

.)' growing and the interior waters getting smaller and occasional islands a few weeks, of silence Mrs. Edith Becker is back again with edy.For Lachesis, as she guided his ized that he had penetrated further

forming therein, among which was the ridge in what is now Clewiston. into the vitals of the world of finance
another steps also been
good one. busy with a
'? : -' ,' I -
This inland comprised what is the besides :' .t'jt.
the than
sea Everglades he
now presen'tarea could have
: ever anticipated.It
much humbler citizen
of the
; world-
; e t..: :: .
of Lake Okeechobee : ? 't. would be almost worth going to
\fi: :{ Benny Bergman After he had run
jail again to hear
Thousands more years passed and the Everglades began to take shapeas r' .\;, r : out of funds, recalling that a "col- I what' old .Prosper

land, and mighty rich land, being an old lake bottom. But, this land ',' .:.<:. : : A, Thousand Miles From Home'.' '.: j.< lege chum"-he' and Larry; Toole had : Strong behind had to the say bars.about a bank president ..

was subject to annual inundations as the seasons of heavy rains came and : :' been in Sing Sing together-now was
\;: : prospering "oil ," "Come ,here, listen," Benny jerkedout
went, so it was not possible to farm the area. as an company
,.'," "',.-'' .:. .-;"'., Desk neath a tropical sky, ." { gathering in with each mail large In a hoarse whisper as he crooked -
Then came the white man, ever curious ready to brave the ''. I ,, .' his arm into an imperative gesture
, impossible ., :> .,.. A thousand miles from home, ''' sums of money, Liberty Bonds, and
picking out higher spots' that were former islands in the great sea -' such valuables from trusting persons .' Dr. Triggs puzzling much as

confining activities to the dry seasons and even in some cases effeting a ..(. :.: The golden sunset's ebbing fire : who hoped to make "five hundred to who the man was and what he

crude form of drainage. The this .,. '.*. ,...,>.. might be 'doing there, at las .succumbed -
vanguard of invasion were a: few raw .: But .. ;. I II per cent. in ten months," Benny had
', that '
,boned, bewhiskered : \:v. I : one desire "-/' ,/, '. his besetting vice,
individuals again to
from the other southern .,
states, too toughto .. ., ;.. ,...- ... I ventured. cross the river and enter -
:-t-t' -, ;
kill and impervious to grief in its ordinary forms. Hardships of every 'J":": ''t j f '' \ To be back once again. ..;)/ :"_ ','. .":.- ,' the financial district. and tiptoeing softly across the floor
description were encountered by these hardy souls. Fire flood drouth .. >f be took his place beside the burglar,
.. }:; .:' ,:f,: > '. Benny hoped that he might
reptiles and insects were the ordinary incidents of their existence .:,'; Back -:-., .' sinister I and like him, bent his ears to hear
among ... .oJ.: again mid intimate scenes, 'r able to negotiate, by mention
and many a lurid tale can be drawn from those who are still among us. : ,. of the past, a loan sufficient I what was taking place in the room
: i::c /: Woven, it of beyond.
seems. <:, him
; ', him to Chicago and keep I
But withcalth and \ carry
ingenuity becoming better organized with the .. "
..1.. \ dreams'i'J "You know, Mr. Strong, they heard
I : ': Where : '- : there until the flurry' caused by his
perfection of digging ". from simple obscurityViolets .
machinery that ;
can continents it but : "
sever was natural a :< ( I Carol repeat, this time more emphatically i
that this rich ;t' .. -'>: b1 escape had died down. I
I :
area would not long : "
remain 'unnoticed. The f ;
staple: that will finding of a ; ,.':. ';'.,>,;,i,: creep to maturity ';'<:*, : .",, '- ,' As he threaded hid way throughthe I "that it was not my father tt
crop here the \ _:
grow demonstration cold "
along scientific "f ::J 'c' 'I who signed that contract His signa-
lines that s'h. a croo') can be grown here', perhaps with greater profit than ;' ., '>:.: In the whispering spring: :"". s .: ,: Wall Street throng he kept his ture was forged."
in ctf ',' '.., '. '. ' any, cr the : :
ace .i ,
world.the oiganization of capital to grow that : ; r "My: dear Miss Dare," tho"finan
crop fore;::; solves the problem of the Everglades. A staple is ', But-: : '. : > knowing the sancitity with which cier's voice
that supplies with crop one :. >;>; f. that district is guarded and regarded was unusually suave but /;!
a nation :
a necessity. That in .
this is with his lips
crop case were tightening "
it's by-products, chief among which is Celotcx. The finding and sugar demonstration ; : :>., # When shades of night are falling '. "' .:::' ... by the police. Just as he was face had come an expression and into repel-his 1.w JI\
( he the
of this fact has .', [passing the trust building saw
stantial of the stimulated the capital to dredge and drain a sub- ;, And I gaze at some familiar star, ." I eyes of Detective McGee, in plainclothes lently ferocious "what you say is
area Glades. Incidentally it solves many of the problems of utterly absurd. It's only natural for

the struggling truck farmers who have braved the elements here. I realize that a thousand miles *' I McGee, ,resting judging suspiciously from his on expression him. your father to try to defend himself .'

And now the real history of the Everglades commences Already m -,- Is not' so very far. -.Edith Becker. [ had not recognized Benny yet, In your eyes and I honor and admire
the increasing drained \ noted something' you for taking his part so vigorously
arc ar long rows of green, young sugar cane, thousands but merely had -
of acres of them. And the giant steel beams of a sugar mill are towering dimly familiar in his face, but Benny but the evidence in the case

into the sky near Clewiston betokening the flush of prosperity that is dared not wait. all points to your father and to your "

certain to come i into this section. With a sane ex expansion of this industry, There is more independence nowadays than you might think; except As the) dived swiftly into the corridor father alone. Even if what :you say

how can one refrain from elation 'at the prospect of the future for our city of in the ballrooms most people are standing on their own feet.-Cincinnati 1. of the trust building, he saw over '' is true, you never could get anyone

5, 'S Clewiston, the rightful capital of f the Everglades-E. C C. Times-Star. his shoulder that the dotcctire al- ; *o believe It"

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4 tise was clearly evident and the offering I :

; .(f ll BY THE WAY HAVE was voted the most successful Topics_- -. a>< J j NEWS OF THE WEEK I

ever given by the Glee club mem BY BILL HARRIS 3|: BOILED DOWN I

YOU HEARD THAT bers. We have a full-fleged bee man ."I-.-_.--_.*-_.'--.--u*._-..---..-_*.-_..--_..--...._._......'.-,...-..,....................6..*.......*...*........;_"A;"_;..*;..*;..A;..*;...;.-*;..-;-;*..-;...;-;*..;A--..;..;..;...;...-;..-;..;-..;-..;-..:-..:-.%.:*.

; 1. HI Solos, ,were.. sung by Mrs. E. ....C.., ,in Celotextown. He. has had some GIRLS ON WARSHIPSKey SWAMI MAY RETURN

Cole, Miss Marian Leydig and Edward 20 years
'\.; experience along this line ,, 'West.-A school girl's secret,I Swaml, Yogananda, Hindu lecturer,

.:] Possibility of staging boxing exhibitions .. Mrs. Al G. Lincoln entertained Bailey. of and tin from the lecture he have a group which found its way to the secretaryof who left Miami for New York in February -

J was discussed Friday night: Tuesday afternoon with a bridge I Those in the chorus; were Anthony his knowledge a few days ago It appears that the navy, had spread so rapidly after his public appearanceshad

i by members of- the Clewiston Vet Mrs. i Lehner, Mr. Lock, James Armeson, has been well grounded. through the Atlantic scouting fleet ,
party honoring her mother been forbidden by City ManagerW.
,'Iran's club at a dinner meeting In ., Mrs. E. C. Cole, Mrs. Dick C. Mil Mr. Hensley that five stowaways won't see the ;
Following dis Whetton. showed us the queen world-not from Uncle Sam's fight- A. Snow and Police Chief Quigg,
the Watanabe hotel. Three tables were set for play and ler, -Mrs. William G. Ames, Miss bees, their cells, the
was turned over the ing 'vessels anyway. may return at ,an early date, it is )
: cussion the matter Mrs. William ,Cecil Owen who held :Martha Williamson, Mrs. G. L drones and explainecj how the
,*, committee composed of LouisA. queen Instead, all of them were ashore indicated in a letter written to the I
j w a Darcy high score was awarded a beautiful Sims, Miss Marian Leydig, Mrs. William and some of the workers swarm at and bound for home port, while
chairman Dally News. An in his behalf !
Morgan appeal I
compact. while Mrs. Chrles A. Jackson regular periods. Several ,
Alexander. They will report Cecil Owen, C. J. French, Rev. I other items the navy was setting up courts of
and W. II. for second high was awarded a of equipment were exhibited and : is pending before the state supremo I
to the executive committee. C.V.. BIspham, G. B. Heard, George inquqlry to Investigate the why.. of
I for a bridge set and Miss Martha Wil- their uses taught. On the whole it aboard court, but he will instruct attorneysnot !
also completed their: smuggled presence 1
Plans were Heinz, and James E. Beardsley with
liamson third a box of was quite
as high won an
interesting and instruc-
Clewiston Inn on Friday homeward bound vessels returningfrom to press it, he writes, inasmuchas I
I dance at the stationery. Edward Bailey as director. tive lesson.
April 20 the proceeds to go to Guantanamo, Cuba, maneuvers. Chief Quigg Is now in jail: John 1
Mrs. T. V. Watson was awardedthe -
i c the Clewiston Baseball club. wereF. consultation prize and Mrs. Mrs. Dick C. Miller held high score Mrs. B. G., Minnier left Sunday fora GEESE CARRY SCRIPTURES .F,. Hylan, former 'mayor of New l

Among the members present Whetton was presented with a box for women and Jim Beardsley high visit with her parents in' Tampa. I York:, is his chief counsel. I
Duff, W. D. Cole, W. H. KIngsville, Ont.-Two hundred ,and
Deane of dusting powder as the guest for the men Saturday night when ___ ,1
G. L. Sims, Dick C. Miller three wild Canadian were liberated I
a Alexander, :Mrs. T. V. Watson entertained the geese
prize.A McCulIy and Miss A. L. Matte-J KLAN DEFENDED
iI Ira L. NeSmith, L. A. Morgan, delightful sweet course was Night Bridge club at; a bridge din} sin..gave an informal dance at Mr. today with tags each bearinga
of I'
'I Fred Hightower, S. R. Connell, Dan served as refreshments. ner in the Watanabe hotel. McCully's, real estate office last verse of Scripture-Jack Miner's Pittsburgh. general defense

r.l 'Allen, J. R. Alston, William Cecil Among the guests were Mesdames Four tables were set for play and Saturday night. Those present were The, geese, including 37 which had the activities' of the Ku Klux KlanIn

Owen, Walter Whitten, Jim- Beards- Charles A. Jackson, R. L. Simpson, among the members were Mr, and Mr., and Mrs. Roy Bailey, Mr. and been tagged both in 1926 and 1927, Pennsylvania during demonstra- 1

I ley, Carl Berner. James Armeson, T. V. Watson, Claude Downs, H. O. >Mrs.:-: H. F. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. B. G. 'Minnier, M. R. Montgomery were caught and tagged by Miner as tions and resultant riots, was made

.Ij Charles Darcy, W. D. Becker and Thomas, J. E. BeardsleV.. D. Cole, E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. WilLiam A. J. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. part cf a regular system by which he in federal court here as the klan began :i

, Elmer Collins. William Cecil Owen, Mrs. H. F. Cecil Owen, Mr. and' Mrs. R. W. M. Harris, and Mr and Mrs. has determined that the birds winter 1 I
in Nort to its fight to prevent five former
Carolina and Hudson's
I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. go
Woodward and Miss Martha Williamson. L. Simpson, Harry Minnier.
I.. it E. C. Cole, director in the Southern .. Cole, Mr. and :Mrs. .Dick C. :Miller, Bay territory and Baffin Land to members from conducting initiationsand
\ company: left Sunday to attend and Mrs Charles A. Jackson, and breed and spend the summer. meetings.
Sugar Mr.
Mrs. Whetton will leave in a few For .the benefit of out of town

."a directors meeting of the organization days for her home in St. Louis. Mrs. Claude Downs. folks who may not know what Celo-

In Chicago. textown is, the following may be en- '#" '###'####" #" '#" '#" #" '#" #. #.#'##" #"

Mrs. H. O. Thomas left Wednesdayfor Mr. and Mrs. :M. W. Bigg had as lightening:
I r Miss Martjia Williamson returnedto !. I night :Mr. S
her home In Cleveland, after dinner guests Saturday Celotextown is a group of 4S portable -

Clewiston after 'spending the week spending the winter here. She was and Mrs. E. C. Cole and son David. cottages built_ entirely of celotex SEED' -' ; FEED J
end in Miami. I accompanied as far as West Palm and lumber framing. The celotexwas i : :.

1 Beach by her nephew Frank Rich- T.1 Fletcher: Cochran of the Robert used because of its light weight I T \
W. A. Bowles electrical engineer of New York .
mann. T. Cochran company and the speed with which it could ," .SINSECTICIDES' .
Utilities company who has been Supervising in Clewiston last ..
spent a few days be put on the framing. It also makes
the Installation of a new j Mrs. Claude Downs entertained the week visiting T. V. Watson on busi- them warmer in winter, cooler in -

power station in Clewiston left this r Afternoon bridge club at the Watanabe ''ness. Mr. Cochran who was here' a summer and practically dust-proof. I I 1

week for Miami. I I. A delicious was pleasantly surprised
Wednesday few years ago They will later be moved out to

j. chicken salad, course was with the growth of the com the Southern Sugar planta- ....
company .
consulting engineer | : J JI
G. Ames,
William .
served. Among the members were munity. .
for the Southern Sugar, company j : tion.This j
Mesdames T. V. Watson, simp-I is a new wrinkle in temporary -

left last Saturday for Chicago on ":son, Charles A. Jackson, Construction of the new home of quarters for employees and : \ ....

business. i I cil Owen, W. D. Cole, J.: E. Beards- the Clewiston Furniture companyhas might well be copied by other companies {.' ,....

j jlcy, Al G. Lincoln, and Claude been started at the corner of the who make practise of "
O. N. Jeffrie-M Columbus, ,O., I,Downs. state highway, and Francisco street, building inexpensive but serviceable Lake Shore Transporafiona r
to operate a large dairy Rich-
who plans Frank
U was announced 'by houses for their workmen. .
here returned to Clewiston Sunday j According to a plan now being mann, owner.

after completing arrangements in the worked out by members, the Glee IN LABELLE Coniaiiy :, I :
north. 'i: :(',- : :/ '::
"club of Clewiston will have semiweekly Miss Margaret Pfluge who Is at- : : '. .'
practise and elaborate ,' : : .
an I :
[ i
: : ,
work for the tending school at the Florida State '
Erection of the, steel will, be worked out for the Peo-ple '
"v. is program When Clewiston College for Women at Tallahassee Moore Haven Fla. : .
Wen 1,500 ton a day sugar: ''I fall. A:<. 5S
steadily .progressing. The mill will I III' Visit :Moore Haven arrived home Saturday for a few .,, '

i days visit with her parents, Mr. and , t.
be ready to grind cane by December # #" # #" # " ** f*++*+ tf +#r* +***a-er*?+*-*+-++*+++'+
-" ,-, II' Mrs. Ed G. Pfluge.
*!. H. 0.'Tho'm'S. entertained They make their headquarters at

WIth| an afternoon bridge party WednesdaY -

Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jacobs, and .. ._
week at the WatanabeI _
a ago w rte ====- -' -=--- =------ = '- -" = --

laughter of Jacksonville accompan- I hotel. Following the play, guests pro- It ',
ed by Miss M. Bachman of the same 'Ijceeded to the dining room' of the '.
; I'I.I.
' {1 1 j its spent a few days' In Clewiston, (hotel where delghtful refreshments ROYER'ST! 1:11:i;, .. '

inspecting their property here. were served. I I ir ir'i' .. \ .

Miss Martha Williamson held high I I .
In a party from West Palm Beach j. score and was awarded a 'beautiful I : -.";::' > $200 AN ACRE PROFIT ', j

:who visited Clewiston were Walter tea, set, while Mrs. T. V. Watson as .1' i iI : :
Thorul, W. J. Valentine and A. E. ::
second high score won bridge lamp //J :
: : ;
pulleys and Mrs. Charles A. Jackson ; / :
cd their visits are always
>. third, was presented a vanity I .
with I ... ',. : rr
appreciated. y .,
a delegation who made the trip pin cushion. I. : .l ,:\ I, H Hi
r ; .
to LaBelle Saturday to hear a talk i ; : :, 1 'J \ ._. .: : .
Among those, present were Mes- i \
Fons A. candidate for i
by Hathaway dames T. V. Watson, R. L. Simpson, ( ,
F. L. Williamson, W. ,' :
were I'
I' :\ "
Claude Downs, W. D. Cole, William I : /
C. Hooker, E. L. Alston, E. L. Stewart .-
Cecil Owen, Charles A. Jackson, J. ___ _.
J. E. Beardsley, and L. A. Mor- E. Beardsley, Al G. Lincoln, D. L. n--- '. A 35-acre field planted to potatoes and onions will return
Jr. .
Stewart, William G. Ames, Dick C.I I j II, .. I I
Miller' H. O. according to conservative estimate Charles A.. "
Thomas and Miss :Martha a by
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Plant and 'I ; ,
Williamson. I -FREEi

daughter Evelyn, accompanied by I 'I' Jackson, local agriculturist, a net profit. of at least $200.J .
,Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith motored \ /
Impressive services marked the observance I .
to Moore Haven '
Saturday 'nlgkt. v
of Easter in the Clewlston : 1 ,. per acre. ,
Community church. Record crowds: WITH EACH ',BOX OF COTY'S .:
H. L. McDonald of the Jacksonvillefirm \
attended the morning services and
of McDonald-Burgman was a The figure is not what be expected next under
in anticipation of a still larger attendance FACE POWDER ONE BOTTLE may year ..1.1r
\ business visitor in Clewis ton. ... \ :
in the evening, services favprable weather conditions but is based inspection '
were held In the auditorium of tin ( OF COTY'S '\ ,
C. Hubert of LaBelle was In Clew i

iston on business this week. I I Clewiston school. I Ir [ of 'the :potato and onion crops now being '
-- I' An Easter cantata, "The King of I II \

Mr.; and Mrs. W. S. Harvel of Coral -i I Glory," was sung by the Clewiston ALSTON'S DRUG STORE I :'gathered. -
Glee club under the direction of Ed-
(: Gables have rented the home for-: :
ward Bailey, and those who attended

e perly: ''esse Allhands occupied by on Crescent Mr. and drive Mrs., : the service were high In their SERVICE, AND SATISFACTION I, 'Volumes may )Be written oh the ,productivity of the

I IClewfston. praise of the work of the club. : .. '
I. "
and plan. to They open left a seed Sunday store for in : Both in ,the solos and In the an .-----.--..-..-.--... Ii rich ,black soil of the northern: Everglades ,but eventually .

Coral Gables to complete arrange- .'I the 'prospective 'farmer asks the inevitable question, .
ments. ###'#####" '#" '##' " #" " " " "
II. ,

J. H. Means and family' left Mon I.II. "How much can I make? II

day to make their home in Akron, HOTEL BILLOWS I,
I,, ,
O. Mr. Means has been connected '
Mr. Jackson's conservative estimate that
with the sugar mill operations, for ,

some time. Palm Beach Fla. question directly and 'his success I on the 35..acre'field' ,

Among recent guests at the Clew- <* '

iston Inn were William Carlton of I You can enjoy the Beach and still save :money by making' the i p ii

Staunton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. W. S.

,;i Harvel of Coral Gables, Mr. and Mrs. I Hotel Billows .

rStill of Miami, P. Alexander Po-
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chi of New Orleans, W. S. Harriet of -
Your headquarters while in Palm or Wes Palm Beach. -.: '
Coral, Gables, H. L. McDonald oft ;
Jacksonville, J. R. Sutcliffe of West I :

!1. aIm Beach, P. J. Bryant of Lake Located,.on the Famous Rainbo Pier. Large enough to accomodate ii

Worth, Walter Thorul, W. J. Valentine :I GlEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ,
you yet with all the conveniences of home. I
and A. E. Rounds of West Palm I

Beach, O. N. Jeffries of Columbus, Clewiston folks are uclcome let us help you to 'II. ,.

'O., J.. E. Goings of Springfield, 0., \ i I I I'I ..
enjoy yourself while here
', Benny Nadel of St. Petersburg, Mr. i 1:

and Mrs. M. R. England of Avon '
Park, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Bennett Rates: '$3 single with bath; $5 double with bath., transformation,f (
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: : FRIDAY, APRIL 20. '1928' :,.. CLEWISTON NEWS CLEW1STON FLORIDA .. "" : ':., Page Five


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR will NOT be a candidate to succeed !'Subs "
to Play Jfart TAMIAMI Punta Gorda and on to Fort Myeis
myself in 1M2.3Iy : TRAIL CELEBRATION rI
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thirteen years residence in I In Shrine Meeting Local celebrations, necessarily shorv

Ci, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT IJtl BeIle ( (ten years of which I I
I PLANS NEARING COMPLETIONFort but unique and colorful, will be her
COURTI I was eaihler of the Bank of I.n Miami, Fla. April 20.-Submarines

Belle) fins enabled me to become I --- in most of the towns along the
will be an added attraction at thei
I wish to announce tQ the voters of I acquainted irith mines In Hendry i ,Myers, Fla., April 12.-With -, route. i i
I Shrine convention, May 1-2-3, when j
.j' Hendry county that I am a candidatefor County. 3Iy experience as cashier I representative Celebration plans, call for a huge
committees at work After lunch the motor
11 of the sub-sea craft party will!
of the" bank and railroad with two
also as demonstration
1 re-election to the office of Clerk, ; definite Tampa on the night
: of the Circuit Court, at the Democratic -' jterenl( and telegraph. operator for I surface ships will be stationed at the being arrangements are rapidly of April 21. At Tampa cars from pass through, the Everglades over th1
made for
,71, Primary election of June 6th, a number of years will enable me bulkheads off Bayfront park as a day the mammoth three- all parts of the state Including automobiles new and most Interesting portion o:
to do the clerical celebration which will mark the
,'r JJ928.CfJ ( the office. work connected I part, of the publicity program of the completion and opening of the Tam- from towns on the Tam- the Trail to Coral Gables; Miami, MIami ;;. ,
4' I will appreciate your vote and 'Influence. fame Trail north, will assemble. for Beach and return to Mlam,
I 'If, the above platform appealsto I United States navy, under the com I laml Trail on April 24, 25 and. 26 the ,
; I : motorcade. Forming at Tampa, r
HULL you, and yon bclkne I will mind of Admiral H. F. Brumby. Finishing touches' are. now being the motor parade will start 'south where a mammoth closing celebration1 .
, j; I strictly adhere to It I will up1 I The submersibles, all of placed to the famous highway which 'on- the morning of April 25,' passing :will be held on the night o-* i I

'-_ 1 !prr -late your rote and Influence which' are will link the east and west coasts through Palmetto, Bradentou, Manatee -I April 26. The motorcade will disband i I
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1 III (the Primary Election. of the. S type, represent the latest of, Florida andpass through the ,
Sarasota, Venice, Englewood, at Miami. ,
development In undersea vessels and I mysterious Florida Everglades.As .
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Very truly
! I hereby announce as a candidate yours |lit is expected that thousands of visiting a result of recent conferenceswith !

, for County Commissioner frem Distract J. K. DOTY Clinton Bolick, Mayor of Fort '
Shriners, whom
many o are
! No. 3, subject to the June PrL I Myers and executive secretary of the

mary. from Inland states, will take advantage general celebration committee of

H..L. DELANEY r! of the opportunity of Inspectingthem. : which Barron G., Collier, premier DANCE-ill

Florida developer, is chairman, all
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I FOR TAX ASSESSOR ,T Because of the central location cf .cities and counties through which I

THE VOTERS OF HENDRY the bulkheads adjoining; the parK the Tamlami Trail passes between i Ii
I which Tampa and Miami have pledged 'full
Hurd L. Reeves announces fer re COUNTY: I will be the Garden( of Allah TONIGHTAT JI i
'cooperation and
r I'I approved: appropriations -
election as Tax Assessor of the best for the Shrine gathering, the navy ,
to finance preliminaries. The
I hereby announce myself a H I
county in the state. Let us all pull together I department :
this aii
candidate for rc-olcctlon to the excellent 4 counties. of Hlllsborough, Manatee,

for the good of all parts of office of Tax Collector. I, want opportunity of acquaintinglarge : :Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee, Collier and THE CLEWISTON INNBenefit

Hendry. ,County. jod to know that I sincerely appreciate numbers ot citizens WIth the ]Dade have agreed to provide sufficient :

If you are satisfied with my work the confidence you hate progress in submarine construction. funds to finance arrangementsin .. I
Baseball Club
VOTE FOR ME on June 5th. reposed in me In the past ando The surface' ships accompanying I j[ their respective sections. -_ -:._-. '...... i II
( promise that If re-elected you the submarines will be the "Oglala"and : 'I

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Ailll never have occasion to re- the "Bushueli". The lat'er' vessel -
I wish to announce my candidacyfor trrct' same. I made yon a similar was used in the raising of the '!.I.'J- ".1.-\'r ...-: __ '"' '_ 1
County Commissioner from District .,I promise before last elecfion and submarine S-.} which sunk off the : G ,

Number 5, subject to the June can honestly do so again.I hate New England coast a f.jw months s _r[

Democratic Primary, June 5th.J. tried to serve you as jour servant ago. )

P. HULL e to the best of my ability and I :

on account of my experience in \ l'M} JL'IJI' -.C2tshIn !
(he office I know that I can giveyon I \ .
I wish to announce my candidacy more efficient service in the V

i>r :County Registrar for Hendry I future than I have In the past. ''I LEIISZEEI]J t ;

the DemocraticJune ,'if.
subject to -
Thanking you advance for yourvote Y ,
5th. and I ft I .'.,
support and with best It '
J. O. CLARK r j"
wishes for
every one, I am, FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO. r II "i

w FOR TAX- COLLECTOR Your friend, Engines and Pumps that I : 1 i ''.j.
IV. P. ANDREWS DBgL.iLe .. -More than a million women -have written I
I wish announce my candidacy I! Light and Water Plants Cash '
to In } letters stating "Why they, should send their .1
for Tax Collector for Hendry, County I FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Cables and Ropes "
I washing to the. laundry. t
Belting and Rubber Goods
subject to the Democratic ,
I I Hoists and Feed Grlnderi-
June 5th. hereby announce as a candidate

JAMES L. primar.y// tor the office of Clerk of Circuit MANHATTAN MERC. CORP. Wawoeno@GEORGE I'' ,1 C'f e

Court, subject to the June J .
Democratic I 911 First St. Fort Myers '.-
II l I Primary. Your vote and influencewill tf. ; ,
_____ be appreciated. I. said we weren't 1
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J. A. FOUNTAIN II III LET'S GET ACQUAINTEDI going to waste any more -

,., THE ,PEOPLE COUNTY OF HENDRY I I time before getting our ownOrlhophonic Giewiston Steam Laundry Company) I ,

FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF specialize in Clewiston Properties Victrola.: Honestly
'I hereby announce myfc it as a
, 'I Representative from PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONTo : Everglades Acreage, large and, I'd have never believed f.t f.tI
H candidate I for
action small Tracts. West Palm Beach it until after I'd beard SERVICE I
subject to the I QUALITY
Hendry County t 11
Property, and Ocean Fro tage. Some -
of the Democratic June Primary. The Voters of Hendry County: I J the music with my own ears. .' ,

f'_ --If nominated and Reeled' r shali I ama_ candidate for. re-nomination very, attractive offerings,. .for close 'I l Il was like being at the iLiT.&aPlc.: : ::: :.. rL' ,:n ?" .:-z""' :"J: J.:<::r::: '= -r=o -I". .'..-":' : :
buyers. Glad to have your listings!; if i ,
to the office
keep in mind the fact tha the Rep. of County Superintendent I opera, an orchestra concert,
priced right.-M. H. LINES. 412 Da- ,'
icsentativo is the representative: of of Public Instruction subject to a piano recital. and 31 coun- .. ." > .., ,, :;.
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tura Street t J.; ' ,
,,; .the people and as such I 'hall rep. the action of the Democratic Primary West Palm Beach. Fla. I I, try-club dance, all in the 1 1AUTm
Licensed Broker. !I
in June. With from ,
,''-}.resent all 'sections of Hendry County assurance same evening. T7K/: > it was
all parts .of the that the 1 T'lo. i i i
any people
the best of ability. positively
J':: ,0 very iI I uncanny. OBILE REf AIRING
: Your vote and support will be ap. approve my record as a publid FOR SALE-Household fuinuuio..; almost :i "Co i
servant, I I. rely upon their supportand Box Are one of those iS S
,.j. preciated. new, a real bargain. 6, I you people
trust with them.
my case Clewiston
Respectfully Fla. -
! ED. G. PFLUGE I fashioned '
+h LOUIS O. GRAVELY talking-machine .I

H i', :.' Pd. P. A. FOR Citrus SALE-Piano.Center. See Mr.' Wagner, ,I in your home? Our plan Let us save you money on repairing your old :1 i

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER makes it so easy to own an

i \. SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION v 2t. pd. I Orthophonic Victrola. You car. Our work is guaranteed, our labor skilled
ir WATCHES, clocks and jewelry repaired -, play as you pay! Come, in
+., I wish to announce that I am a and workmen and prices based the
' at, Alston's Drug Store by see our various modelsone our are on lowJ.J.
, :.. candidate for the office of Superintendent I hereby announce as a candidate C. L. Garner. First-class work. All I to suit

'; \ of Public Instructitn, Hen. fir _County Commissioner from District -, work guaranteed.-Bracelet' watchesa ._'.Let's. talk it over-soon every purse.! est possible working conditions. I

diy County, subject to the Democratic Number 3. Subjest to the June ,specialty. .

' Primary in June. If elected I will Democratic \* Primary., Your vote and I ,

conduct the office on a business ba. influence will be appreciated. DR. P.- H. JONES, Dentist : -,' 1 Qlewiston Machine shop, acetelyn welding, all kinds of

, ,sis.' DREW HAMPTONFOR Moore Haven, Fla. ,," y
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** Pd. I will be in my office in' Moore '.
Haven on the following dates:
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FOR REPRESENTATIVE April 910111213.1430 ,
I I hereby announce myself as a I

'' 'I I "\wish to announce- to the voters candidate for re-election to the office May 1-2-3-S-5-21-22-23-25-25-26 'I New- Orthophonic ., : r5
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of Hendry county that ,I will be a of Sheriff of Hendry County. BUILDERS I S .. Victor
i candidate for Representative in the Subject to the Democratic electionon -I.I.'l'went.five \ '

Democratic Primary of June 5th. .If June 5th. If elected I will!' serve ". { '''' #SJ! FORD LINCOLN
experience let Ii
years .:,..:9 Meeorcr
in the I havein I c: .
nominated and elected I promise to I you same manner as us figure your job. Firstclass'worIt:

give my full time} and devotion to the' past. Your vote and influence at reasonable prices. We know howl I I ;

the interest of the entire will be appreciated.D. l
county. to build-give us a trial. ,
J. E. BEARDSLEY L. MCLAUGHLIN ..::: J ;L.IL.IL;! :r.:1:lL.IL.IL.IL.IL.IL.II r'Ir'Ir'Ir.'Ir. nnnnrararararar rarafar fafr nlfnlf ta tfa tf faftafr lain L fnll f laf fa .I;oJL.ICC'J;! --: .

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To The Voters of Kendry County ,the Voters of Hendry County: I I 1 (I[! I

Florida. I hereby "announce myself a can- FOR SALE: $1000 mortgage on i 1 F \ V

I ''hereby announce myself as a didate for County Judge of Hendry farm ,of 10 acres. This farm wasji 1 | v. You can depend on our work.: Clothes left in our charge'' ,}

candidate for Sheriff of Hendry County, subject to the Democratic sold in 1925 for $2000. Must have 1 are always given the best attention.. f.l
Primary of June 5. Your vote will be Will [! pj;
county Florida, subject to the actionof money. sell for $350. -Mc- I[! 13:

the June Democratic Primary. If appreciated.W. N. HENDERSON Cully, Clewiston. | 't. You never have to worry about getting your money's y

do nominated my duty and as elected your sheriff.I promise to -, IY YOU have a watch you can't get I | worth when we clean or press your clothes. |i j

I repaired any where bring it to C." .
I will appreciate your vote and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER L. Garner at I Let us press your worries away. ij
Alston's Drug Store.If .
: support. Respectfully i
" I don't repaIr i it, it will not cost -
I hereby announce,, for re-election: you one penny. I fix them where @

FOR,::'TAX:1. ASSESSOR as a candidate for County Commissioner others fail. DARCY DRY CLEANING c3I fN

from District Number One. I @
'- FOR SALE: SO acres on Cross
will continue to @I Quality' Service Satisfaction ftD
serve you as In the State .
I hereby announce myself a Highway 2 1-2 miles from ] f.J:

:,. candidate for ,the office of Tax: past."W.. Clewiston. Splendid condition. n) Cel

r: ',1-? Assessor for Jlendry county, suhr C. HOOKER Just right for sub-dividing into 5 r a faJSMSISJSJSMSSMSMSJ3EfMSJSMeJ2MSI5I2JSM3SJSJ2J&NO mmi(!!! !rnIi1I! !mfriJ @r!ffiii! m.l1S1.ii!Ji mIE11i9mIElIBlli1Iill! afmtial :J

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-\ to be held June ;tar, 193 S Election. Tacked or sewed, cement, or any- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER fIDoo i a.lntha'1PrvnAY21Y6l14' 115P191C 117YinvritlltAd'LSFI'L lNJ NPlSi11SS iillOO

If elected 'I 1 promise "(with the way, colored section. Dr. J. L. District No.: 1 (Clewiston) ;

TAYLOR, __Clewiston Memorial -
of '
mill! the board, of equuli/ution) JOB TOO LARGE NONE TOO SMALL
to Shoo Hospital. Believing that District No1 1- .
equalize the assessments of .
taxes .In ,accordance with the ialf 1 mo. pd.LOUIS'O. (Clewiston) should have more active (

nc of property assessed. representation in the county, I here-

I further promise that I will by announce my candidacy for PHILLIPS PLUMBING COMPANY

not try to- homestead the office GRAVELYATTORNEY County Commissioner from this dis .

'. bj ushujufavoritism! \ [ In the asses trict. p HEATING PLUMBING ,
t, relent of AT LAW Almost five f.
'taxes for the years farming In this
purpose of Bank: of LaBelle ::J t ,
biiUding up a political machine Building section have equipped me with a

to assist mo In re-election.( In I LABELLED FLORIDA knowledge of the real needs of the c, 8.7.t':
other words
Honor thai If 'elected IB 192S) I BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL support will be justified.

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\ APRIL 26, 1928 _.

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Club Women Hear :Sugar To Show ; 1 i: Clewiston Couple I : T .mss :TL. :ii '--

Interesting Talk $2,000,000 Gross I Married Thursday

On InfanticideContinued Return This Year'; Miss Cora 'May Brantley and J. R. VOTEFOR rr

Jackson both of Clewiston were mar .
( from page 1)) ;:iiied at the parsonage of Rev. W. T.
(Continued from 1) .

Is spreading around the entire south munity church Thursday afternoon W.N. Henderson
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"Mrs. MacDowell," she said, "a end of Lake Okeechobee, the farm i:1 at four o'clock. I : .

ers realization Following the ceremony the couple
;sung English bride went out to live seeing in the cane the I ,.
left for Fla., where .'
hI! Central China, 'with her mission- of their dreams for a staple Frostproof !' : i1FOR '. .' \ :f-'J' ,t

y husband. Anxious to put a stop crop. ( .they will spend their honeymoon. : :-: -:J.-., ,
They will make their home In ::<
.o the age-old custom she had the Sugar cane, according to results : : "
,"''wanted babies brought to her, and seen here last winter Is not only im- Clewiston whore Mr. Jackson Is employed I
by the Southern Sugar com : ; .
clothed fed and took care of them, pervious to cold but an occasional County Judge "

i rithlng them at an open window chill blast blows more money into pany. ,', .. ;,

'!isle crowds of curious inhabitants the pocket of the producer, since although -i i VISITINGI ... .

ked: on. F.r it is a custom W i it checks temporarily the i I Mrs. R. R. Dugger and Mrs. W. :M. ": i ,' ,: There is A Reason ,

China not to bathe a baby until it growth of the cane it increases the Arrnsted and daughter June of Fort \ "' ',0,

a six months old." sucrose: or sugar content. Meade are visiting Mrs. L. A. Morganfor ,. :X '. .i.' AI" -

"At Easter time," the speaker can.A Successful experiments tried this ;
a few days. ;;
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':lUed, "Mrs. MacDowell elected, 1 5 season along the south eastern rim, I : ., : My Qualifications : : : .. .

Chinese women, each to carry one of Okeechobee proved that beans and ; : ,

rC!: the babies, and carrying; one her other crops can be grown between I'1 FOR REPRESENTATIVE I H- : ; ;
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":lf, they paraded through the streets the rows of can which are generally '. 1; : : !: :. '
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her husband who baptized the in five feet apart: : .
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nEJAIiDsLEY- : in the Public Schools ", '.,' ,
J. E. -, of Georgia; ; '
puts.: This according to local farmers is ,: 1S-3 ;
That night she was visited by arich the ideal situation for it allows themto : ; T tv ; : : '

: man from a neighboring provce gamble with big profit truck crops : : : ; .

-ig home who later for built unwanted a splendid:girls-the nur and selves at the'of same a substantial time insure income them-' :. O. GRAVELY' ....J. ,i,'': 5J: .. :. '1 t-"J /C *$J j\h,?<:\ '....... ;:I:'>' ,\i2; w"\! : r;:ji'; ;i&;: .

''est in China. It was later" changed through the staple cane crop. .- : u/"'1.f.j. Graduate 'of. Emory Unioersity:* "l::, *I..:. ': .-<",/v:'*,, : ,*,7' "; ',,:.,.. .

:':'to a maternity hospital, and the Although the acreage to be harvested J. A. HENDRY I',. I ""lI I \:> f,_ .':?,T4 f lJ:M1i{:>'..-;.:.<" ";: 5'.......; ..,.. ,' : .. ".. :,...:;'; ., ::: ..; '. .::_,..:,;,,-. t.. ,:::.',:t ,.;:;;;' -i::,j' %: ::f :'-:}; ';,:,. I
of the "Englishwoman'srork infinitesimal I.I I ." .. : ': ., .. .I' .It'" (I, ..j.' '.'.': 1-l. .
this is but <
:ows young year an I ," ; ., { ". .' : '; ', '''' :' '.' .. .' ; I
I " ;;w<' '<, <,"\ '._ ,:. : : : .l'. ,. .':...: ,;f: ,;(_, j...<,\,..;:' .,,.'' J
was taken up by other mission- part of the world sugar cane r"v. } \"I' f' ': ,\ f r'" l'
.' "ies and so the work continued to acreage, those in touch with the sit- I FOR TAX COLLECTORBILL :, >. :::1 E> ; ;.; .i ::: '. :. :: }: /::;; ;:(; ;;l>l i.WT'i'Yz' -I'.: ''I
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;'ie present day. !uation after. seeing the astounding t.- ,.',.:.-'itft:1-J : { : augg1t I .. Sc hoof Florida' "'. '!- ..J-'"' ",:...-".... .':,'', .1. ;,.''(.'_'f",.,>:, "...Y'I. ,-t.r ._ ,' .1., ,_..... ., I.
I "( .'in or'' 15"Years... .:,,.',. '.;:tA' ":' jj, /:.','1".1- '. .
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Appalling stories of babies throwno results at Clewiston and after learning .,. : ;. : > : f
dogs, and buried in trash cans i ,the' favorable sentiment of the ANDREWS, :\ \... II ....J.J -' : ,' '.;:"': ,'-" I ':I'...r/-...,. .v. ;,.'; .,, ." -.r, ,.. "' ,,,_'.- ../ ::/.',r't', i" :.::tf jz.; H.,;_:' ;:{,'r.,..' .,I

-"lid' 1 pre:3 in high recounted China tribute to by banish to'the those the speaker now custom work-who; :"I farmers into the, greatest are' of confident the sugar Everglades growing that .the section country development -- JAMES TAYLOR'. :''. -."\.:.., ., I 7') ,,::':fl; ;:} ; .v--. ;:?( r .,::: :;' .,:" /.::., ",: .:'::' ..::.: ;: ;,?i.?':'' ;', :t.f;::: / jt :: -? .:; i'l

I in the world is but a question 'I J I :'.\, '\ .,.,.':i.,:. .. .;.-'. ..: JAdmillc'd'lo' : :! Fflorlda I. >'Bar, _by, (Iii::'Sur:cmcGouri1925'. : ; :: !c ." I
TAX ASSESSOR \ "' > : .
lewiston Ball of time. FOR II ; "il "J,;} .li'Jt. ,'{ ;" '. :' /r.ilt': -::," 'i?,.J, ,'. J.A'" J-' ..
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I. Jinx in Game Bigg- Of Social Is Club Scene Meet> HURD L. REEVES j / T,. vl V
} : '.. ),: ,.w; : \::":County, Judge. of Hendry County ".'. .
,(Continued from 1)) : 4 : : past four, years, ; .... :' v-:
page J. R. DOTY I z.-o I ...: ., ..:.?, 11$ : ::,>;, ,< '. ';.,:'," -, : "
This business is coms :
eighth inning The new home, of Mr. and Mrs. : _' .
I :' -:>, ,,? 'Thoroughly:: : : acquainted with, the County Records '
"- a the Crew. -I and duties '
to be habit with Cane as County ,
Osceola .:
Malcolm \ ,
W. ,
_. Bigg on avenue .. ''...',... '. 'r-ir 'Judge\ l-
seven "
Brighton ,,
hey scored against
was the Wednesday of delightful COMMISIONER r '
J I scene a FORqUNTY' 1 "j rl ,
":id Sunday pushed over eight runs tV: :
I afternoon gathering when i j} *;'f: (
'> put the game on ice after des- Mrs Franc Howard, her daughter, ,'*" ,'..,, ,f :
;; ; :: : I. ; ;nUS'IS the second serf' of polItical
'rate rallies in the sixth and sex J. P. HULL, Felda: District I ,\ j advertising concerning my cam-
Mrs. Bigg Mrs. A. R Plant, Mrs. 137' ; ;;* X :} : ;( If believe
pa gn. in
>nth had tied the score at four all 1"" : ', '.", ',' .;<";:',' .' : YOU my principals and qualifications vote for me on
: D. Becker and Mrs. Earl Merchant ,
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'' : :ni'(. ..; June 5th.t ) ..
ester Lockett's to "
scorching single
entertained members of .c': '. v
1 It with the bases loaded was the H. L. DELANEY, Dist. No. 3 J i :' \ r: : '
1.' Milt the Clowiston Social ,club. 3, ? ,._.. ; ; .. :::: ) .
feature of the but .
? stampede Delicious refreshments consistingof : : l':1.1. : /; ); : ;" j;< ::: : : :
"Gator'' Crouch was the consistent home-made'' cake, Ice cream and I Icandy' : : ';? ;; : f i { : : ;. .. : 't .. : :
,':::>outer with three bingles to his w.: c. HOOKED, Dist. NO. i J :: :
were served and entertainmentwas : ii .
edit, and Rabbit Cothern collected ,
furnished by' Mrs. W. D. Becker
Paid "
( Advertisement 'i
"Nlp customary two hits, both of them, )
who read of her own com, 11-
two poems ,_
3'usual,' in the right place. Buster's 1 ,_'
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.position \ :> LD. = _
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:>l'k back of the plate was:; way aheadanything Among those c present were Mesdames = '. - -

,"f. seen in this section this G. L. Sims, W. D. Becker, .' HAMPTON, Dist. No., :3 J imiaMaj > :
son, and the fielding features were Dave Alston, Jesse Tippey, C. w.1 i ', (r nlnt nnnnnnnrII r J L ( (f (j ,' lr.!'Pe1 Jef e u eo1 efd'' PrvJp! iP ehcfi rzlV

contributed:: by Sims on a slow roller Bispham, E. C. Cole, F. L. William- .

r nd a fast double play, by this same I son,' W. D. Cole; William G. Ames, i FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUB- .'. '" *, '.-."" ...,. ,.''Iia\-
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ator Crouch, and by Al Lincoln, Merchant, LIC INSTRUCTION The
J. E. Beardsley, EaU : Call Outdoors
ho took in everything around third I O. French, Jesse Allhands, G. .T.1 ,.,.y ;W'\ '" : of ':.f

\:i his smooth style. Connell, Charles A. Jackson, ,;, ; ;:.' ':
Moore Haven was away to a two- Howard, lI."r.. Bigg, A. R. Plant, W.Becker i E. L. STALLINGS. 11 y-I t' ;
'n lead when the' first three men ,.'. '.
D.- and Miss Martha William- I ,: Whether the month be
% January and a stiff breeze is .
:roe;l clean hits, but Doug tightened I "r : beckoning sailing enthusiasts

-rid fanned the next three. Clewis- I son. ED., G. PFLUGE IJI ..to Okeechobee or whether it be May. and a warm sun bathes the country in its ef '' ,

t 1'"n tied in their. half on a hit batter, -<1.> fulgent rays the call of outdoors is 'always present at 'Clewiston. '.,-

':-n error, and Beardsley's screamer : I ." .
yer short. Wright pushed over one I Guests the '
r at Clewiston Inn '
,-" terming. it one of the best have taken this I
fact '
"ir the IIavenities In the third and '
I .
; into consideration and have remembered
rain in the fifth. On the strength ::., ; .; opportunities offered at the Inn -for ?
,.,\ this lead, Elder who bad startedor A Safe "ManA I WILLIAM T. HYLL 1$ :' '{,'._. outdoor entertainment. Ii!

.. ": the visitors was removed, and : .
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"ihnny Suggs went in the box, to be Man, ofYour ACTION J i I J. A. FOUNTAIN' :;' Ls- ; .: .: 1--:. > : All we need< is the inclination" said a recent guest referring to the, fact that ..

L'eeted: in the sixth and seventh with _._ .'' .: t f>. :. ,*.pt only have .tennis courts been constructed but nets, balls and ,racquets are fur-' i
-, went I ,.:;:. nished prospective players not has
barrage of base hits, which f '. ; only a miniature golf course been laid out but '
')r but one run each inning, be- FOR SHERIFF_ I ':'}!, f'' clubs, are available at the Inn desk and usually the golf balls are provided. .. ,.. I

nuse of some too eager base run- I! 'c: ,' ,, : ... 5i,
:.:ng. Sims crossed with the tieinpjn ) : : For those anxious be .
,* .:, to outdoors but unwilling for the. :
("tenms I
:' on Cothern's smash' but''' Crouch :'CtI.w. HOLLAND ::1!I IL. ,:.;''"i:....,.; or: the longer round of golf there are croquet sets. game. :'. -' .

'as cut off at third Then: came the V : :(., 0.
iinboree in ,the big eighth,; and the ': :::s.t;. ,,. ,,iThese facilities making i it possible. for ihe transient. or permanent guest'. toai" >.i-: !f
D. Me "'U ;' : :' saver the call of outdoors are making the Clewiston.Inn ,
how was over. f t 1ft( i iFOR ;r f. one of the most popular hotels
I1LN. '" '," '. in the state. ,

ADMINISTRATION '(Citation) I ?! (COUNTY JUDGE / : ; t. < '

!IN THE COUNTY-JUDGE'S COURT'! :' 'l .;;.. i )' : :
HENDRY COUNTY i .ilei. $''h' ''f: .; ..->'j .. 1 : .'> ; :J a s -4d ( ;. : :, : ..

ESTATE OF'I'I ; > I W.C. RICHARDSW. i y 1'I .'' .H ,
OAMI CREWS ._ : : .
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By The Judge of Said Court. / : $;: :
''lis Whereas Court, for Ida LETTERS Crews has OF applied A"HNISTRATION ; 6 ; N. HENDERSON I I I II 1 !1j ? h1.1 ?; ;..tj'7:::'} : : .. ; : :, :!. H- r-r t; f r '
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CAOMI aid County CREWS of ,Hendry on deceased the, Estate late 'c'o' I, .y err 7 Fill, in your ,ballot and arl it II II.now I -/-. .*. *F [ : tir V ;, :" r

These aro therefore to cite and *" or drop it in one of. the Clew y v",. ._".' .. .
uonish all and singular the kindred { iston News voting boxes so that ;, /J0/: : :';0//
nd creditors of said deceased b I >
to your vote will count i in the f :
results ,..... ...
.nd appear before this Court on o' to be published next week ;.pi (iit; /< .
sfore 14th :
the day of May, A. D.. )." ; (if (.
128 and file objections, if any th- ; ''I I. ': .....' '

\Vdministration ave, to the granting on said of estate Letter, other-r I. .,Geo. WILDER ..0'N'N 0,".N.0 N'N. 0 N 0 N.N'N'N'N'N. ..N.N......N'N. ..N'N. .N..N.N,.N'N. ..N... ;: :;, C1.f;. : : :
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"Ise the same will be granted to 's. .0.'I ,''',:'< w1, .
.s. .s. 1 '* : .
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Ja Crews, or to some other fit perm f : : i-i ti i
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:: or persons. j ::: Tafeh! ; : \, : :
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NextCongressman ,
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Witness my name as County Jud i I .sO use i 'j .r"\I.\1> \ . : .,,, ',
rf the County aforesaid this the 9th j f y 'J ( : :" '" /i( "
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ray Of April, A. D. 1928. I I.ows .y. APGE'S i.TiCH II .. i '.,: ". ). (;
".. O. Gravely W. N. .Henderson !i l {?" '\ ,. ,, ,'
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Attorney County Judge. 'Irt. .so ..,, '.:(," .';.>. '" : ,:". 'f ,\
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McCULLY iX- ; : ;
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'1 REGISTERED ..t' are Caused by Muck Itch).. ,. -" :':, ,> :. M E. KYNE T T {, "."_ ,:'\ : ; ... rsiJ11
l Ground Itch, TropXyical ; "" "
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ESTATE :s: Don't Neglect It! .:.,i \ '
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SUGAR BOWL FARMS. 10 TO 500 ACRES. I I .:.Apgar's Itch Medicine Brings! :{: .! Inn !I Ii

.=.{.Quick: and Sure Relief. ,X: )I'rGl"iI' .
J l Write for information'j @ .:.. Guaranteed Where You Buy It $: .I E] I
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j 1 1 Clewiston, Fla. ILtaajsiaisjiL I .:ALSTON DRUG COMPANY% '. Ij. Clewiston, Florida, :' 1JytMeHSJSJSjaSJEM
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