The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00855
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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System ID: UF00028415:00855
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1 U. S. Is. C. Plans Expansion Program I

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School Opened Here Tuesday $2,500,000 May Be Spent ,

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Development Of
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Opening Day Attendance Is Record High For Area

Recorded At Bare Beach New Industries

( Largest School's History
Records of the United States
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show that the -
Sugar Corporation
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highest temperature recorded thus Starch And VegetableOil
Scouts Advanced At
. .l One Teacher Not 1
t. Only Flight Instructors far during the summer was reg-

, .. .. i I istered on Monday, August 24, at Moore Haven MeetingSammy Plants May Be
.1' Present for Classes i Moving to Clewiston Bare Beach 98 degrees. The tem-

perature in Clewiston on the same Built Here

. \"! On First Day day was 96. Young and Charles Ben-

, t'The I G Willis Tyson, who will be in Despite the heat of latter July bow of Clewiston troop No. 23,

charge 'of the Riddle-McKay Aero and August the records show that
Clewiston schools, as those Boy of America, received Clarence R. Bitting president of
College west of Clewiston has rent- the highest temperature in Clew- their
second-class the United
in other sections of the county, badges; Raymond States Sugar Corporation -
opened the 1941-42} term on 'Tues ed a home here, andexpects to move iston for the year was not during Trice, Sammy Young and David in his annual report to the
his family from Arcadia shortly.It these months in fact was, before
day morning of this week with ,a Thomas passed their tests for handi- stockholders this week announcedthe
record opening attendance
This enrollment is expected to in- will reside.In maximum on June 14. Broadfoot received merit badgesfor and expansion involving

crease considerably after the -opening addition to Mr. Tyson severalof Local residents sweltered on civics and masonry at the dis- capital expenditures of more than
the flight instructors have al- Labor Day and swore that it was trict court of
of the sugar harvest season and review held at 'Moore $2,500,000 most of which will be
the present building accommodations ready moved or made arrangementsto the hottest day of the year but a Haven Tuesday evening. for the construction of a plant for

move to Clewiston. Forrest high of 96 degrees was recorded, This the the
are expected to be taxed to was second time the manufacture of sweet potato

the limit before the end of the term. Jones has rented the Scharnberghouse a mark reached several times dur- Moore Haven troop has played host starch with a daily capacity of

on the ridge and W. W. Ed- ing August. to the other in 100 and smaller for
A large delegation of parents troops the Glades- tons a plant
gathered with the student body in mondson and R. F. Hosford have 50.5 inches of rainfall have fallen Hendry district. The court of review the extraction of oil from peanuts.

the high school auditorium at 8:30 also made arrangements to move since the first of the year with the barbecue supper and a The plan will be presented at a

for a brief opening assembly. Rev. here although the homes they have 4.144 inches in August. The month program of games were held in special meeting of the corporation

H. C. Meador, pastor of the First rented have not been announced.Mr. showed a deficiency of almost three the football field in ''front of the, stockholders, next Tuesday in

Baptist Church, gave the invoca- and'Mrs.. Fled Hunziker and inches but an excess of thirteen school house and flood lights were Dover Delaware, at which time the

tion after which Prof. R. W. Turk Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, J. 'Smith are inches is shown for the year to turned, on to light the field for stockholders will be asked to vote

introduced the new faculty members at the Clewiston Inn apartmentsand date. the latter part of the program. on five amendments to the articlesof

AJ and gave several special an- Thomas Thompson, single, hasa Other advancements were: Roy incorporation. One of these
the Inn. Charles Miller
nouncements pertaining to school room Donald Lundy of Moore Haven ,andJ. would authorize the growing, manu-

: schedules.The has purchased a home near the BIGG GETS HIGHEST S. Dees of LaBelle advanced to facturing and dealing in additional
schoolhouse BishopWilsonbut ,
held first class; Kenneth Farnam and products and another would pro-
elementary grades were I has not here and a
yet moved
in their until Jimmy Don Wilson of Moore Haven -, vide for the financing of the expansion ,-
rooms 10:00 given
assignments and dismissed for the Mr.ing for Sullivan the was here of either this morn-buy- VOTE IN FIRST OFCITY'S four merit badges each in program by authorizing the
shares of six
day while the junior and senior angling swimming handicraft and issuance of 250,000
"home. John
ing renting a
or music; Joseph Daughtery of La- per cent cumulative participating
high school students releasedat
for were Davis, an Okeechobee boy, will be ELECTIONSThe Belle merit badge in bookbinding; convertible preferred stock of .
once registration which took
one of the instructors and will locate I
,:. up the greater ,part of the day. here.It George Skinner Moore Haven, $25.00 par value. 100,000 sharesof

,-,,, Class were held on schedule Wed merit badge in handicraft and Roy this stock would be issued if
i' is understood that several
" nesday. vote ih the first Clewiston Donald Lundy of, the same troop, approved.
; other of the ,instructors, have been I
Only one ,teacher was not present I here looking for a location to no municipal election was disappointingly (Continued on page 8) Considerable experimentation with

i- ,_ .,at _the, opening!..: !ifs ,.Lucyr,. Hliinbi ; avail. '- ?tf : small and only- ,102, of the sweet potato, :starches-bas been ,donethrough
.- who was he1a at, her home, Yin T.1s 329 qualified voters toolthe: I II the years by the research
Jamestown, Ky., by7ner' mother's FACILITIES AIiETBE: department of the corporation' un-
IHIGHEST trouble to cast a' ballot while the
" illness. She will arrive this week- EARINGS I der Dr. B. A. Bourne and propoga-
,polls were last Tuesday. The
end with her sister, Miss Hazel tion of seed beds ,has already been
fact that there was no contest for '
Humble, a teacher in the Moore I EXPANDED SOON FOR begun' at the research laboratoryand
the five commission seats probably
Haven school. at other places on the property -
SHOWN BY U.S.S.C. accounts for the lack 'of interest.M. .
Two teachers, hired, during the so that if the program is approved -
last week, were present for the W. Bigg received the highest FEEDING OF CATTLESome immediate planting will ,like-
number' of votes cast for one
opening, Miss, Katherine Neely of ly begin.
IN 4041
candidate with 91 and R. ,Y.' Patterson -
Lake, Worth who will teach English This country imports substantial
and History in high school and was second with 88 votes. material is already at hand, quantities of vegetable oils, starches -
These two members, are thus elected
Mrs. Thelma Okerstrom of Jack- and work is expected to start very j and fats and curtailed'ship-
In' the annual report .to stockholders for four terms on the commission -
sonville who will teach commercial year :shortly on improved facilities, including I ments from Europe and the Orient -
;: this week released by Clarence F, D. Duff received 86 i
subjects. have caused the Department of Ag-
R. Bitting, president of the I votes, E. E. Kelly 78 and J. A. Mc- well designed buildings I
Arrangements had been made to riculture to modify certain soil
Gehee 51 and will fill the two year for the expansion of the cattle feed
1 secure a coach for the Clewiston United States Sugar Corporation, it this conservation requirements so as to
terms. ing program it was announced -
'J school this term but it was impos- was'stated that the earnings of the increase the production of this class
Elections will be held every two week by Jay W. Moran, vice-presi-
sible to secure one and Prof. Turk I I dent of agricultural produce. The proposed -
corporation for the fiscal year ended years in the future. and general manager of the1

will again handle the coaching du June 30, this year, amounted to Rep. Elbert L. Stewart, who pass- United States. Sugar Corporation.The plantings and other facilities will
ties. The first football practice provide but ten per cent at best
$1,050,805 after taxes as comparedwith ed the new law providing for the new feeding pens, some of
will be held this afternoon.The and a
of the starches required
$846,680 for the, preceding change in city charter which per- which; are to be covered, will be
vocational agriculture teacher the vegetable
smaller fraction of
year the highest earnings for any mits the present form of election built on the spoil bank of the high-
,Dan Padgett of Pahokee, will oils. It is expected that when the
year since the beginning of opera- during the 1941 'session of _the way canal just west of the old '
have his classes here in
the morn- is in full swing that foods
tions. Legislature, had the honor of cast dairy building. This spoil ,bank program
ing and will conduct textiles
classes in the chemicals plastics, paper,
Moore Haven school These total earnings equal $142.91 .- ing the first vote at 8:05 Tuesday 'has recently been leveled down and
,, in the after- and other things will be yielded
per share of preferred stock and morning. *' .will not only afford an open viewof
noon. As neither school had the from the by-products. The sweet
67 cents share of common stockas ; the pens and cattle from the
per meets
The commission regularly
necessary number of boys to as- potato tops it is said, will probablygo
sure the proper minimum required compared with $115 per share of on the first ,Monday afternoon of ,highway but will also provide into cattle feed which is alreadya ,

l<| by the state this plan was preferred and 54 cents per shareof each month at 5:00 but this month, i material and( better drainage con- thriving side industry of the corI

worked out by the Glades and Hen- common during the preceding I due to the Labor Day holiday and ditions for the new pens. poration.In .

dry county school boards in order :year. the election the meeting was deferred The new facilities, together with the an-
that Clewiston might retain The crop during the last harvest I until Wednesday afternoon. those now in use on- the east side I upon Mr.
nrmnppmpnt nf the program::
.:... the course started last term by season was completed on April 24, of the dairy building, will provide --- we
Bitting said "For many years
Joel Keen and Moore Haven mightbe the sugar house operating 171 days Credit Union To accommodations for 400 to 500 I have been conducting research and

permitted to, start the work. I and producing 91,767 tons of raw steers at a time. These will be in connectionwith
J. The school registration on the sugar the largest crop ever- pro- ? Meet On MondayOn kept continuously rotating In or-I experimental crops new to the general area

" opening'. day by grades is as fol- duced in the Everglades. 873,809tons der that a constant ,supply of fat with particular emphasis on pro-

lows: First Grade, 32; Second of cane were ground against Monday September 8th, at steers will be on hand. i j ducts not produced In this country,

Grade 26; Third Grade 30; Fourth 663,232 in 1940. 8 p. m., all white employees of the Despite bad drainage conditionsand or not produced, in sufficient

Grade 30; Fifth Grade, 22; Sixth The annual report of the cor- United States Sugar Corporationwill mud during rainy periods in quantity to meet consumer de-

Grade 28; Seventh Grade 39; (Continued on Page, 8) meet at the Clewiston School the pens now in use excellent results mand. I can best Illustrate our'

Eighth Grade, 16; Ninth Grade 21; -, auditorium for a general meetingof in fattening cattle have been : aims by what is already accomp-

Tenth Grade, 17; ,Eleventh Grade, Cyclists Pedal Here the Everglades Credit Union. obtained. With the improved pens I lished. For several years we have

12; Twelfth Grade, 7. Members and non-members and and conditions it is expected that I been conducting semi-commercial

.-<,;' The complete faculty Is as follows From Miami SaturdayBuddy their families and all interested even better results will be ob-j JI operations in the production of

.1 i : persons are welcome. (Continued on Page 8) lemon grass; recently plantings,

; High School together with distillation and

; R. W. Turk principal and coach. Jacobs, 16-year-old Four completed -
nep- County Boys Maldon Wright Buys dehydration facilities were
11 Mrs. Mary Baker seventh grade hew of Miss Beatrice Jacobs was which will give us an annual

- I| nome room. English and History one of a trio of Miami youths, who To Camp Sept. 8 Markette BuildingMaldon production of 160,000 pounds of

1 1 in Junior High. made a trip to Clewiston by bicycle lemon grass oil and 20,000,000

", Miss Hannah York eighth grade last week-end and spent sev- pounds of stock feed. Lemon grass

, a ,' home room, Home Economics. eral hours here as guests of- Miss Two Clewiston boys and two La- Wright, who recently oil is extensively used in the cos-,

..-i "'* Mrs. Marjorie BJornson ninth Jacobs. The other boys, both older Belle boys have been ordered to opened an appliance tore: in the metic perfumery and other Industries -

'r 1'grade.. home room Mathematics than Buddy were Ranny Brenn and report to the local draft office at old post-office building has pur- and with the exception of

,< History and 'Spanish. ] Wilbur Jones. 7:45 on the morning of September chased the building erected by Ed Everglades production the countryis

.j Miss Katherine Neely, tenth One of the trio was a memberof 8 to be sent to the induction sta- Markette for the Clewiston Radio entirely dependent upon imports

j J grade home room, English and His- a Miami dance team and the tion of the United States army at and Electric Company at the end from foreign countries which have
\' tory. trip was not started until the com- 'Camp Blanding.The of this block of buildings on Bond been seriously curtailed during the

Miss Lucy Humble eleventh pletion of his act Saturday morn- two Clewiston boys are Street.It past year. The stock feed is pro-

grade home room, Science and ing at 1:30. They arrived In Clew- Elbert Bryant Hingson and James I Is understood that Mr. Wright, duced by dehydrating the spent

Mathematics.Mrs. iston very tired, thirsty and hun- Woodrow Bledsoe and the two who has been operating a furniture grass and adding blackstrap mo- ,

Thelma OkersJrom twelfth gry about one o'clock Saturday LaBelle boys are Charles Henry business in South Bay, will move lasses; this feed is meeting with "

grade home room, Commercial Sub- afternoon. They left for the return Murray and Herbert Winston 'Rider. this business to Clewiston and locate ready acceptance and to Increase the

jects.. trip about dark and it was not A call for several colored draftees It in the newly acquired build- potential market we have conducted -

1 Dan Padgett, vocational gricul- learned what time they arrived will be issued later in the ing. The appliance building will dry-lot feeding demonstrations

(Continued on Page 8/ back in Miami. I month. remain in its present location. (Continued on Page 8)r

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:I'm cramped for t..c.e.i SUNDAY 1 icilAGE The year 1902 was 'a great peace

in this 5mt.ll place) ; Lesson year for the two great "A" and
"C" South American

fly bloom mind cvvt really thR; G R E EN By Dean HAROLD of The of L.Moody LUNDQUIST.Bible Institute D.D. SCRE WO Argentina ain had successfully and Chile. mediated Great republics Brit-a,

(Released by W Newspaper Union.) boundary dispute between the two

Mow' I could write, fine Washington, D. C. By VIRGINIA VALE nations which had almost turned
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) the into
neighbor republics two
sonnets IF AUTO CUT Lesson for September 7
That fanfared OPM cut of 26% WILSON producer armed camps.To .
I only had per cent in auto production drew I\o: CAREY cement the boundary agree-
Lesson and Scripture texts se- Family pictures -
subjects Hardy
ment Chilean and delegates
Argentine -
the room. s dr cheers from war department chiefs.To lected and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil
T! cAnaIQ them it was a big disappointment. permission.of Religious Education; used by was awarded a Masterof agreed to a reduction of

Arts degree by the Colorado armaments May 28, 1902. The

First of all the cut looks a lot REVELATION: MESSAGE TO State College of Education recently women of Buenos Aires commem-

bigger than it actually is. For one PERSECUTED CHURCHESLESSON in recognition of his orated these peace pacts by sup
thing the OPM carefully did not,reveal plying the necessary funds to
"artistic, creative and ethical con- erect the huge bronze statue of
in its hoopla press releaseswas TEXT-Revelation 13. ,
the fact that even with this GOLDEN TEXT-Be thou faithful unto tributions the screen and becausethe Christ on the Andes frontier be-

WNU Service. curtailment auto production still death, and I will give thee a crown of life- Hardy pictures have made an tween the two republics.
Revelation 2:10. outstanding contribution to clean,
will be 10 per cent greater than in
wholesome entertainment for the
head 1938 and 1939. The Revelation is so little known American people."
for stuffy
words notwithstandingthe
In other
colds' miseryPENETRO that we need part of our first lessor\,
All of impressive.
which is pretty
A NIT increasing shortage of strategicraw for an introduction to the book. The YOU BUYINOCULATION I
heels of all that
,___ DROPS materials, such as steel, rub- "revelation" But-right on the ,
fact that this is a
auto the, National League of Decency
ber and other metals
alloys ,
which God gave to Jesus Christ, "to for
cracked down "Life Begins
levels on
production is to continue at
As We LookIt higher than in the peaceful years of show unto his servants things which Andy Hardy," the latest of the se-'
must shortly come to pass" (1:1),
was John Ruskin ;who said it '38 and '39.Another it. ries, finding it objectionable for chil.
should make us all eager study
long ago, but it is.still true that"the reason for the army But it is significant that there is a dren! .,,' ON FAITHField

man who looks for the crooked gloom was that it wanted an imme- promise of special blessing to those ".

things will see the crooked things, diate cut of at least 50 per cent.. who do read (1:3), and a solemn Norma Shearer is back in Holly- the tests quality have of inoculator shown a big brands differencein on the

and the man who looks for the For months war department heads warning against tampering with the wood after a visit in New York, market. You cannot: see the legume bac-

straight will see the straight. pleaded and argued with OPM mo- book (22:18, 19). preparing for her first film since teria you is purchase.impossible.Immediate What is the demonstration repu--
for drastic curtailment on the "' tation and experience behind the inocu-
guls "Escape. It will be "We Were '
The book is not easy to interpret, lation you buy?
ground that the material going into and men have differed greatly as Dancing," based on a Noel Cow- .NITKAGIN is the ORIGINAL LEGUME
pleasure cars are desperately need- ard and Melvyn INOCULATOR, having served
GET THIS to its.meaning. There are four gen- stage success, the farmers for over forty It
ed for planes, tanks, ships, guns and eral schools of interpretation: (1) Douglas will be her romantic part- won a GOLD MEDAL at the years.World's
for Fair, St. Louis, 1904.
other vital armaments. But
OPM masterminds did The preterist, which puts it all in .NITRAGIN is made in the most com-
months the the past. Since many of its predictions plete and modern laboratory of its
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in OPACS NITRAGIN is the leader in its field
Finally, July,
scrappy this view seems untenable. (2) The by a big margin. NITRAGIN demandin
.Director Leon Henderson, who has the South has rapidly increased
idealist which the book as
regards '
year after year. During the fall of
Forever 70 years,grateful seen eye-to-eye with the army on being entirely symbolical of spiritual 19-10 the Southern shipments of
this issue from the start took the NITRAGIN were for more than 45
have preferredWintersmith'sTonic ,
users principles. There is truth to this million pounds of VETCH and WINTER
for bull by the horns and "ordered"a PEAS. This large demand is
view but it does not cover the his-
Malaria. We want YOU 50 cent slash. due to many field tests carried on year
per torical events mentioned in the .. "'' after year. We prove by these tests
to try Winteremith'stherefore s OPM's reaction was to hit the ceil- / that NITRAGIN is a good product.
offer this Revelation which are yet to take
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complete 761-page place in the world. ((3) The histori- Prosper" showing pictures of field tests
Holy Bible. FREE ifyou'll And while OPM battled behind the r/ ) and how NITRAGIN is made. The book-
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cist, \which regards as let also gives you valuable information
send OPACS
two with autos continuedto
us scenes mainly an outline of church history. regarding the Inoculation of legumes.If .
small Wintersmith roll off lines in record-
assembly your dealer does not have NITRAGINin
This too fails to account for prophe-
carton tops(or large numbers. However Henderson's stock have him get It for you. Insiston
breaking -
carton top). Just cies yet unfulfilled. ((4) The futurist NITRAGIN inoculation.
mail to Wintersmith bare-knuckling finally took (which seems to be the best view) ; Accept no substitute .:
Chemical Co., Inc., effect. The 26% per cent cut is a namely, that chapters'two and
650 Hill Street little less than half of what the army
three while to actual
relating ,
Louisville,Kentucky. and Henderson wanted but it is 6per '
churches then in existence, also out-
cent more than OPM's original 1t4
line the entire history of the church, '

WinieRSMITH'S figure. and that the remainder of the book jt THE NITRAGIN COMPANY, Inc.
relates to future events. This is the
3150 No.Booth St. Milwaukee Wis.
Ic Some time ago the Merry-Go- interpretation which is largely held

t Round revealed that a' chief objective by conservative Bible teachers. ,.., .. <. _'w.- .......
of Lord Beaverbrook's visit was Our lesson portion brings beforeus Good BreedingThe

to get more tanks-tanks for Iran; two of the seven churches of NORMA SHEARER first word of the law of good

tanks; for Egypt, tanks eventually Asia-Ephesus; and Smyrnawiththeir breeding, as the last, is kindness.

Our Course for an invasion ,of the continent. lessons for our day.I. nero He's now occupied with "The The Golden Rule contains the last

Live pure, speak truth, right Beaverbrook particularly wanted the ,The Ephesus Church-Active Twins," along with Greta Garbo word on manners, as it does on
wrong;, else wherefore born.- '32 I and Constance Bennett-that's the most other laws of:living.-Thom-
new powerful;> tonners that ,soon but Cold, and Facing Judgment
Tennyson. will roll off the' Chrysler assemblyline (2:1-7). one in which Garbo evidently does'practically as Nelson Page.

at the rate of 450 a month. Following the salutation and the everything but walk a

It can now be revealed that the glorious vision of the Son of man (do tight rope.

British supply minister will not go not fail to read it, Rev. 1:9-18), John JE-- rNervousRestlessi

home empty handed. He will take the apostle, who was the one to whom Lyleloraine, who writes songs

back with him very cheering assur- the vision came, is directed to writeto and works in pictures, was inspiredby

ances regarding the division of these the church at Ephesus, address- Bob Hope's "Caught in the G'I iris Cranky? Restless?

May Warn of Disordered tanks between the U. S. and British ing it through, "the angel" of the Draft" to write "I've Been Drafted, Can't sleep? Tire

Kidney Action .armed forces. But that isn't the end church. Now I'm Drafting You," which Hope easily distress? Because of monthly of,

Modern life with Its hurry and worry of his tank problem. The picture of the church at and Miss Lamour sang on the air. functional disturbances? Then try

irregular drinking: -habits its risk, improper of exposure eating and infec Allotting tanks to the British in Ephesus was a very beautiful one. Moraine announced the other day on I I Lydia E.Pinknam's Vegetable. Com-

tion-throws heavy strain on the work this country is one thing, but delivering It was an active church, not afraidto the "Louisiana Purchase" set that pound.
of the kidney They are apt to become them across the Atlantic is title had been in the Plnkham's Compound Is famoui
over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid work, patient under trial, com- part of the for rellevmgpaln of Irregularperlods
and other impurities from the life-giving another.In mendably, impatient with sin and nature of a prophecy. He's set for a and cranky nervousness due to such

blood.Tfou may suffer nagging backache, fact, the .problem of transporting worldliness. It was not afraid to compulsory role in the army. disturbances. One of the most effec-

headache dizziness: getting up nights large numbers of 32-ton tanksis exercise discipline, to discredit false ;1( tive medicines you made can buy especially today'
leg pains swelling-feel constantly for this purpose-
tired nervous all worn out. Other signs the toughest shipping problem apostles, and to stand against the Dinah Shore, who 'sings "Yes My; for women. WORTH TRYING 1
of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes maritime experts 'have faced since evil works of the worldlyminded.There .
burning scanty or too frequent Darling Daughter" so
the magnetic mine, which ravaged
urination.. would seem that there couldbe it made her famous on the air,
Try1 Doan'g PiUt. Dean's help the shipping until the de-magnetizing de- said for church
nothing more a ,
defer her picturemakingplans. Need of Enthusiasm
has had to
kidneys to pass off harmful excess body vices were evolved.In .
waste.They have had more than half a but there was a vital note lacking.In She's been re-signed for the Nothing great was ever achieved
century of public approval. Are recom- a nutshell here is the problem: activity they were perfect, but which
Eddie Cantor without enthusiasm.-Emerson.
new program
mended by grateful users everywhere. For
every shipload of light 12 ton
had departed from their first
Ask your neighbor! they means that she'll remain in New
tanks,sent to England or Africa, the u
York. Cantor is set to stay there;
same ship plus nearly threefourthsof love.What is meant by leaving their : he's returning to the stage in the Dust with cooling Mexican
DOAN SPILLS another ship would be required to EAT Heat Powder. Dust in shoes.
first love? "First love is the aban- autumn in a musical comedy en-
the chafe and
transport same number of 32- Relieves and eases ,
donment of all for a love'that has titled "Banjo Eyes." for heat rash.
ton tanks. In other words they are sunburn.Great
abandoned all The church at
bigger. Translated into specific fig- The Rudy Vallee program now Get Mexican Heat Powder.

Upward LookA ures-that 26-ship convoy which Ephesus was still a remarkable has an impressively large produc-

man cannot aspire if he looks landed 560 light tanks at Alexandria church, but it lacked the element of tion staff-six script writers and Easing the Load

down. Look upward, live up three months ago would have had that enthusiasm, which in the eyes four song writers, to turn out the That load becomes light whichis
of the calculating worldling is im
music. All'of which doesn't
ward. to consist of 44 vessels to carry original borne.-Ovid.
the same number of medium tanks. prudent. There are some people keep John Barrymore from ignoringthe
who imagine that this lack of enthusiasm and ad libbing occasion
With shipping scarcer than hen's script
is an advantage. May God
teeth, a difference of 18 ships is an ally.
have mercy on such. I pray the day -k--- f
extremely important factor. Also, GOODf
Preferred,bySOUTHERNERS the may never come when the heroismsand it three in
necessity of traveling in slow Lana Turner's making fTOatfuicc
enthusiasms of first love shallcease"
convoys further reduces the amountof a row-three of Hollywood's most
shipping available.' Some experts (G. Campbell Morgan). popular male stars. She did "Dr. aonu ry?

In New York_City estimated this reduction as high as Repentance was called for, or God Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" with Spencer

More and more Southernersare 50 per cent. In addition the British said He would extinguish the lightof Tracy. Then came "Honky Tonk" $1.0 gtl, I

making the Collingwood sometimes take an excessively long that church. The lesson for us is with Clark Gable. Her next is sot131rurgs

their home in New York.They time to unload cargoes. that cold orthodoxy will kill a church. "Johnny Eager," an underworld
like its convenient
just off Fifth Avenue,location and the So the tank problem thus also becomes U. The Smyrna Church-Poor but story, with Robert Taylor. That % lerssedRelc

cheerfully furnished rooms an acute shipping problem.One Faithful, and Facing Persecution. one sounds familiar ex-convict, RHEUMATISM K
I each with tub and shower. bright spot in the situation isthe (2:8-11). soured on the world, and society

SINGLE from $ 5 Q great reduction in ship losses in This is one of the two churchesof darling who falls in love with, him. .

Double from $3.50 mm the last 60 days since the extensionof I the seven for which there is no -- Once Begun-

SpedaI weekly and monthly rater the U. S. neutrality patrols. But word of rebuke, Philadelphia being. As was expected, Ellen Drew lost Dignity increases more easily

TWO Under DELIGHTFUL Knoll Management RESTAURANTS the basic problem of securing more the other. It was a povertystrickenchurch I no time after doing location scenesin than it begins.Seneca.TO .

].ROBERT GRACTV cargo bottoms still remains. humanly speaking, but rich I Nevada for "The Remarkable An-
Note: Since January 1, U. S. ship- in the sight of God. Such a church drew" before marrying Sy Bartlettin

;wood yards have turned out a total of 56 may be more useful to God and I I the same state. Paramount lost CHECK It IA

jHOTEL cargo vessels. more precious to Him than a large no time putting her into "Prison
3Slh ST. which' cold and k
WIST MERRYGOROUNDArmy church is indifferent. Widows," a story of the women

NEW YORK officers are singing the What does He have to promise this who wait outside prison gates for t666

praises of 20th Century-Fox's Darryl church? Persecution. We who follow -. their men to return to them. She's + -

Zanuck and many movie mogulsfor Him upon whom men spat, who being currently ,seen on the coun- 1

WNU 7 their big'job in filming 100 reelsof was so buffeted and despised, yes, try's screens in "The Parson of
36-41 army training films. This was even crucified-shall we be sur: Panamint."

the first time training films have prised if a hostile world persecutes ;::

SCFK.ANtfCEThe ever been taken, and Hollywood did us? Mildred Coles was heartbroken a -0ny-

;..1 buyer's assurance is the advertising them for 40 per cent of what it would Note that the Lord knew all about while ago when, after a 'week's

, he or she reads in the newspaper. have cost Hollywood itself to do the their sufferings, both present and shooting in "Scattergood Pulls the GOOD MERCHANDISECan

Sft That is the buyer's guide. It tells the job. In other words, the army only future. He was with them and Strings," she, came down with acute

prices one must expect to pay.Let the had to pay union labor and cost of would continue to be with them, so appendicitis and Susan Peters had Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

seller who tries to charge more beware! film, Hollywood supplying the studios they had no occasion to fear. Thenat to take over her role. Now she's GOODSTliE
,. production, overhead and everything the end of their suffering there happy; she's leading lady in "Scat- e -
else. would be the crown of life. tergood Meets Broadway." L.--

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Who Couldn't Hold Line .. a Y..r 9

There is a fine story being told

of Marshal Foch. -
One day during' the last war .TL7+iJiiat

when the position of things was By using a clean sheet of plain cloth or sponge. Wipe dry with

critical and further retreat would wrapping paper to roll pies and soft cloth.

4.44fU eIUZI44 have endangered the whole line, pastry on, 'a lot of cleaning up can .'

one of his divisional generals sent be avoided. Line your clothes basket with
him that he oilcloth cut to fit basket. Fine
a message saying
If the
cement floor of cellar
could not continue to hold a cer- fabrics will not then catch on loose
,. has a rough finish, paint with a pieces of cane.
tain line of trenches which had
special paint used for this purpose
become untenable.In *
and sold by 'paint dealers.
reply, the marshal sent him If iodine is dropped on a linen

this message: After a number of dustings towel, cover the spot immediatelywith I

"If you cannot hold on, you must Venetian blinds usually need a dry starch and the stain will

advance." good soap-and-water bath. Go, soon disappear.

It is a great motto for life, and over them with I a soft sponge frequently *

I the power to advance in such circumstances dipped in warm, mildly Good potato salad tastes better

L. is where the great sudsy water. Rinse thoroughlywith when slices or wedges of ripe

test comes. warm water applied on a soft olives are added.FAMOUS .


: [ I Lovely Scarf Has Many Uses I ALL-BRAN


Pattern 7038 contains Instructions tor
making scarf; Illustrations of it and MAKE. DELICIOUS !
stitches; photograph of scarf; materials
needed. To obtain this pattern, send your
They really are the most delicious muffins -
order to
: that ever melted a pat of butter
Made with crisp, toasted shreds of
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, they have a
82 Eighth Ave. New York texture and flavor that have made them
famous all over America.KELLOCC'S .
/', Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pattern .
No........... 2 tablespoons % cup milk

ADD ZEST TO MEALS WITH JELLIES AND RELISHESSee NameAddress................................ ,shortening 1 cup flour
( Recipes Below) % cup sugar \2 teaspoon salt!
...................eo......... 1 egg 2% teaspoons
'. ..;.;.; LINE YOUR PANTRY SHELF! 1 cup All-Bran baking powder
YOUR CANNING SHELF Cream shortening and sugar; add egg
;; Tobacco tops the gift list with and beat well. Stir In All-Bran and
; f As full of tang and zest as autumn milk; let soak until most of moistureIs
:;,I .: are these recipes tailored to fit Bread and Butter Pickles men in the service. They've saidso taken up. Sift flour with salt and
:, '.: themselves in survey after sur- baking powder: add to first mixture
'. :: your canning cup- Watermelon Pickles vey. A gift of a carton of cigarettesor and stir only until flour disappears.Fill
''',: board. Crisp rel- Pickled Fruit a tin of smoking tobacco is always greased muffin pans two-thirds full and
\,{' ishes, sparkling Tomato Catsup welcome, and more than wel- bake.In moderately hot oven (400P.)
'. .r /r, J/r///i///i, jellies, bright tomato Concord Grape Jelly come the week before pay day. about 30 minutes. Yield: 6 large muf-
\.: catsup, and Grape Conserve Actual sales records from service fins, 3 Inches In diameter, or 12 small
'.' muffins, 2% Inches In diameter.
w I 'stores show the favorite cigarettewith
pickles of cucum Recipe Given. Try these delicious muffins for din-
ber and peach- men in the Army, the Navy, ner tonight or for tomorrow morning's

what a selectionyou'll Spice the fruits from your orchardor the Marines, and the Coast Guard breakfast.They're not only good to eat;
'. have for is Camel. Prince Albert Smoking they're mighty good for you as well.
carefully chosen material from ,Tobacco is another popular favo- For several of these muffins will add
'making your meals a festive board! the market and rite. With these sales figures and materially to your dally supply of what

Your pantry shelf lined with these you will always preferences in mind,local dealers physicians call "bulk" In the diet and

j.j.t sweet, spicy fruits and vegetables have somethingof ? LN t have been featuring Camels by thus constipation help combat that Is the due common to lack kind of this of

:will be your line of defense, too, a surprise to the carton and Prince Albert in dietary essential. Eat ALL-BRAN every
:" 'not only for meal planning but in add to mealtime. Nr j.j1et the big pound tin as gifts preferredby day (either as a cereal or In muffins),
men in the service from the I drink of water, and If
working out a nutrition and food de- Served as a meataccompaniment plenty see you
folks back home.-Adv. don't all about due
forget constipation
Tense Generous
program. supplies
J to lack of "bulk." ALL-BRAN Is made
of fruits and vegetables now will garnish or a relish by Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
!:assure you of plenty in fall and whole, luscious Dignity and Proportion
.J, ;winter if you put them up. fruit decorated demurely with Remember this-that there is a
, cloves mellowed in proper dignity and proportion to It's the VerdictA
.i ,;-, .Bread' and Butter Pickles. ripened and
, \.' demands' be observed in the performance of good speech is a good thing,
:<.', : (Makes 10 pints) heavy syrup, fills menu loveliness to your home
every act of life..-Marcus Aure- but the verdict is the thing.-Dan-
*:-" 25 medium sized cucumbers this easily crocheted lius. iel O'Connell.
;j.t fJ;". 10 onions (medium-white) Pickled Fruit. scarf to be made in various sizes.

I tj-,*. % cup salts (Makes 5 to -6. pints) Done in fine cotton, its pineapple .
f: 1 pint vinegar 2 cups vinegar ,-.' -'- design 'matches that of the lovely

2 cups sugar 5 cups brown sugaror doily, Pattern 6821. use
2 tablespoons mustard seed at ,
,,' 2% each brown. and white bade
: 2 tablespoons ginger cups 9

,....> 2 tablespoons tumeric sugar fr New Land AreasThe \t S

',.J l rl ;..:, Let unpeeled cucumbers stand inv 2 tablespoons whole cloves j

>'- ... water overnight. Then slice cucumbers 2 sticks cinnamon 1940 census has issued completely uscAt4
:':'*. ''..., and onions and place in pan 4 quarts peaches' ,-pears, or crab- revised statistics on the \

:;:"i x', with salt (no water). Let stand 1 apples land areas of all states, the first
:>::' : hour, then rinse off salt, add vine- Cook sugar, vinegar, spices 20 remeasurement of its kind since S1

/ gar, mustard seed, ginger and tuft minutes.the thin Select skins firm from fruit, remove and!! 1880, reports Collier's. The five 'ft ..

,''. : meric. Boil all ingredients until -pears : largest additions are 1,246 square fItS" -=- (
peaches if them but do not
{<'". peel turns yellow (about 40 min miles to Texas, 1,151 to California, _'
;;;;, :.' -. utes). Pack pickles in sterilized pare crabapples, rather leave them; 1,145 to Maine, 1,058 to Mississippiand
with skins Drop in fruits few
on. FEIScH
\ jars. Seal and allow to stand 10
i 743 to Oregon; while the five MANN
at time and cook until
a tender.
;' ',,' days before using.Remember largest deductions are 992 square rEASr'u .
Pack in hot sterilized jars, adding; :3 .,
i'i.-' i those amber-colored miles from New Mexico, 849 from,
; within half inch of the -'
f'0'M' '',- watermelon pickles mother used to syrup a top. Minnesota, 599 from Florida, 546 "l\\\VITAUIAlrs rlr ..-. -
Seal and store in a cool, dry place., ;::: oVII"-I
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: put out? I'm do here'sthe ,
sure you so Concord from Idaho and 541 from Wiscon- '400J ChoIr.11"-1
,"-;,-." recipe which rates high: grapes, deep purple, vel-, sin. ..... o. IIah 11"-1
vety, and plump with juice are one '
.; < "' "
'! Pickles. J a of autumn's favorite -' \ T.;:;. 5-

I ...' Thinly cut the green rind from P'f\\\ fruits. They: Se.te fenerations
I'?;*"/" watermelon, removing soft part of \L f ) lend themselves' HAIR : tout'i

1'"';(.1'",?-:" pink with meat.salt Cut water hi pieces made and from cover \1- '.. nicely to by jelly them-, either -. MOROLI N E TONIC ot -"' -,

;,,-;- cup salt to 4 cups water. Soak 12 selves or in combination HON-SKIDNON-SLIP BOTTLE -IDe \ .

-: ': '. hours, drain and cook in boiling wa- -\ -. with oth-. 11."
; :
minutes.: er fruits. As con-. Using Our Abilities

"' / I\\: serves' too, they The art of being able to make a
:;". low a sauce made from: will help you make menu magic. good use of modern abilities wins Thinking and Feeling has never learned to think, for if
Ir i .: ,' 1 3-inch stick of cinnamon dulls into he lives into old he will be
Concord Grape Jelly. esteem, and often confers more most of us feeling age
;:;t-\, 8 cloves without heads I
1 (Makes 11 medium glasses) reputation than greater real merit. thinking as we progress along the a plague to himself and a nuisance .

2 1 cups sugar 3 'pounds ripe Concord grapes Rochefoucould.? road, and woe to that man who alike to those who think, or feel.THE .
cup water
% cup water
1 cup vinegarTie
7& cups sugar
spices in a cloth bag. Cook % bottle fruit pectin

all ingredients 10 minutes. Add rind Stem the grapes and crush them

and slowly bring to a boil. Remove thoroughly. Add the water, bring I LIKE KNOWING THE

spices. Place rind in sterilized jars, to a boil, cover, simmer 10 minutes. SODOI.
""" cover with hot syrup and seal. Place fruit in jelly bag and squeezeout f<\ SCIENTIFIC FACTS ABOUT

juice (about 4 cups). Place sug- AND LESS NICOTINE
ar and fruit'juice in large saucepan, My CIGARETTE

'. LYNN SAYS: mix, and bring ,to a boil over a IN THE SMOKE

very hot fire. Add pectin, stirring ;-:.: P OF G\MELS MEANS
Cookbooks that will make a dif- constantly, bring to a full rolling

ference in your life and also a boil. Boil hard % minute. Remove s V& MORE MILDNESS

difference in your meals are from fire, skim, pour quickly into ifj lx
worth looking into. Fall's a good glasses. Paraffin at once. \t $ \ TOME
' time to look when you think of Putting up a batch of tomato cat- ? \

the many holidays in the months sup offers pleasure in more ways

ahead and the entertaining you're than one.

going to do' and the new ideas Tomato Catsup. 4t r
you'll need. (Makes 5 to 6 pints) : '
4 quarts of tomatoes ;:
"June Platt's Party Cookbook,
2 large onions, chopped I
published by Houghton Mifflin, is J
a classic in that the recipes are 2 cups granulated sugar __
given in a conversational sort of 2 cups vinegar
1 teaspoon salt t
as though best : :
way your very 2 tablespoons whole allspice
friend and best cook
were giving
% tablespoon whole cinnamon
'. ..' you some of her favorite recipes. 2 tablespoons whole cloves SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS c j
Here you'll find such
1 teaspoon whole black
I:. .. corned beef and cabbage, veal pepper
f kidneys in mustard, hot ,buttered % teaspoon dry mustard 28% LESS NICOTINEthan

I 1" scones, and strawberry and almond Simmer tomatoes, onions, sugar,
souffle. and vinegar 2 hours. Tie the all-
i Dishes you've never thought of' spice, pepper, cinnamon and clovesin the average of the 4 other largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than't.r. ... .. "

:\ and touches that add real distinc- a bag and add with the remain- any of them-according to Independent scientific tests of the smoke Itself -"'e Rees'
tion to everyday food are givenin ing ingredients, and continue cook-
"Mrs. Lang's Complete Menu ing for another hour. Remove the
. Book," also published by Houghton bag of spices and force the vegeta-
Mifflin. Menus for every kindof bles through a sieve Reheat to .C AM E L-THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOSd.

' occasion are given and recipes bubbling hot and pack in hot, sterile
too, for every one of them. .
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TrAGEThe FIR''n r OJ""' '' .1Uo. J', 11141of'
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News recent years, but the prospects are i ties to this Diston Island: site this: ceremonies, the new $75,000

Clewiston that it will soon go much further, year. Some land which, h* owns Federal Building and Post Office
,r New Laws !
i I what with thousands of acres of Explained on the south,, side of the late will fn Jasper was dedicated last Monday -
i muck lands being, converted into be planted to beans and he has an the 100th
Friday In Clewiston. I ; anniversary of the
,Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, 1 cattle pastures and the 'sugar cor- I I By Local Legislator I II acreage of sugar cane but aside founding 'of the first post office in

Tnc. poration developing crops of a j from those crops his activities will the city.
By Elbert L. Stewart,
staple nature. Representative be concentrated here The Hon. F. Bamberg Harrell

KEATIILEY BOWDEtf, Editor .1 Naturally the company officialsare Hendry County These men, with C. E. Miner, last gave the address welcome to

--- not going into the new ven- 'I year planted about 300 acres of those attending the ceremony, with

second tures blindly. Exhaustive re- land in this same area to tomatoesand Congressman Lex Green replayingto
Entered as thesPcstlOffiicetin I USE OF SILVER NITRATE
February' 1, 1927. at of search and experimentation preceded I raised a splendid crop. Their i the welcome.
under' Act '
March Clcwlston 3. 1897.Subscription Florida. the decision to 'undertake them. I Very humane legislation was en- financial return from the, crop was William J. Dixon superintendentof

-- For instance it has been learned acted by the 1941 Legislature when not disclosed. the Division of Postmasters at
RaCe ?2.00 Per Year that the cultivation of sweet 'lit provided for the protection oil I In commenting on this large Washington was the principal
potatoes in fallow cane lands aids ,' new-born babies' eyes by requiring: scale farming operation Mr. Bowdon speaker. <.
Advertlnln Unten On Application. in the elimination of certain pests I, doctors and mid-wives ,to use a so-I! stated that he understood that

which are destructive of sugar 1 I.!lution of silver nitrate in the I other large acreages would be
Is Your Paid
I II Subscription ?
Devoted to the advancement and welfare cane. Studies indicate a harvest I i within one hour after birth. : planted in fall, .crops. in this', area.
of Clewiston and Hendry County., season of at least 100 .days, with (I : : -
i The law provides that the Stats
-- ---- a possibility that it may be extended I Board of Health shall cause to be I$75,000 PEUEKAL BUTLDING" FOR RENT-Large room furnishedfor

to 200 days. prepared and placed in proper containers I DEDICATED LAST MONDAY two persons. Separate eDI !-
ME. t13 R. While primarily affecting the a one-percent fresh solution [ I trance. Across highway from Hen-

1VAl1atiALFDITORLILASSOQAlaN FLORfl-\.PRf.S/\SSOCI.\nO! \Vy Everglades, the new program will of silver nitrate to be distributed II Jasper, Sept.: 4=(FNS)=With dry County Motors. Phone 102.

1941 not be without a bearing on the free to doctors and mid-wives for Senator, ,. Stanley" Adams as. master I Mrs. Catherine M. .Jarvis. tfn.

I national economy. Due to the war, I use for those who are unable to I I -- :u 'u_

I imports of starch from Europe and purchase it otherwise..' Each doc- I .._-.. !.""!..:.""..' '"'""""'.................... .......-................*....J..M.......>.J......>...-. M..W......IK..M.....................................................",'".

FURTHER DEVELOPMENT I the Orient have been heavily cur- tor or mid-wife shall be requiredto l.. _.) ..... "_, '. .;
tailed. The importation of vege- drop two drops of the solution ,z. '.
.. tn.
Clewiston, already enjoying a table oils likewise is subject to dis- into each eye of the new-born bab> + .. ,1 : THEy |
mild boom for this time of the I ruption for the same reason. Already after the eyelids have been opened

year, must get ready to cast off the Federal government ts and within one hour after birth.A y -

her swaddling clothes' in the very taking measures to increase produc- record of such instillation shall := Entire Staff !Iy

near future if the plans announcedthis tion of live-stock. I be: reported -on the birth certificate. "

week by the United States Su- These conditions open new' possibilities I The silver nitrate solution is ,to I

gar Corporation this week are ap-. for the Everglades which prevent blindness and the act provides y I

proved by the stockholders and put ought to compensate somewhat for a heavy penalty on the doc-
I I I : Will be in Daytona going to School of *
Into effect, a program of expansion [ the repressive effects of. the sugar tor or mid-wife for failure to com

involving the expenditure of some quotas.-Palm Beach Post. ply. If; Insurance till Thursday of. next week, ;:!;:

two and corporation a half millions, ready of and dollars.will- Blindness, to my mind, is the 3: but Edith Dilley will be in the office and |
The WAX DRAWN FROMSUGARCANE most serious handicap which couid
ing for several years to expand "MUD" overtake anyone and we that are ..z: at 'your service. St !

their sugar operations and bring MAY BE VALUABLE fortunate in having good eyesight X
prosperity to the entire Everglades, should do
everything humanly possible |
has been held in check by the to prevent such misfortune to .
Gainesville, Fla.-That thin coat'of y {
Department of Agriculture. stalks others. We have all seen sadly too *
wax' on sugarcane may I
this check on any great their
the research turn out to be valuable in the many people finding way :;: Phone 66 for Ruth Beardsley *
sugar of polishes accordingto about with the aid of a cane and I; or
manufacture ,
has .
department been working of the constantly, corporation on experiments '''information received recently by making their:, livelihood with. a tin '. Art Lawrence. i:
musical instrument.It
cup or
with production of various the State Agricultural ? X
products, Service from the U. S. Departmentof was my great pleasure to assist .* .z.
imported agricultural in the passage of'this legisla A :
many of which have been found to Agriculture in Washington. I tion. i Beardsley Insurance';

grow as well in the soil of the Chemists of ,the Department of
t $
Everglades as in the countries from Agriculture, the report said, have
which they are imported. Commer- succeeded in developing a highly Bowdon & HookerTo | Agency |:

cial production was found to be almost useful wax from the "mud" that is V A Lo\-

impossible on most of these, I drawn off in the milling of cane Plant AcreageMoore ..z.I"i" .

however, because of the advantage and that heretofore has been thrown I ....,..................- "...'..........-..-.. ..-.................-.................-..................................-..........................-.............................................).

. other countries held in being able away as waste material. As' cane --

3'' to harvest their crops with peon is crushed, most of the wax on the, ( '' Haven Democrat)
W. S. 'Bowdon Clewiston
of and
off and remains
labor. stalks is washed in >
Finally a small plant was put in I suspension in the juice until taken Belle Glade stated ,Wednesday that / ) : :f/ '/ ;

for the production of lemon grass out with the "mud" formed in he would begin planting yesterdayor
today of 1,000 of muck
oil as it was found that the grass i clarification.
land lying south of the main Dis-
grew luxuriantly in the Everglades. .I When dried, this "mud" was
ton Island canal, a mile south of
The .possibility of using the spent found to contain from five to 17 I

grass in making" ,cattle feed was percent of"crude' wax.: A hard wax Benbow Village,, ;and was arrangingthat 'V/- -' ? *- */J
with Atlantic Line
I I day Coast ;
seen at the time and it was the feed witha 'melting point of 174 degrees '
officials for building a side. track
possibility which was seen 'as the resulted from treating the dried I
I i to his packing house site, construction I Ic
margin of profit in the growing of "mud" with solvents.
I I of which will be started soon.
the grass. Then came the war,
curtailed, and the The coating on cane -is 'so thin, I Mr.,'Bowdon said that the acreage
shipments were however, that a ton of cane yields would be divided between tomatoes
of lemon oil went up. :
price grass
less than two of finished
The spent grass was found to be and cabbage with 300 acres in, ,cab-
wax! thus making recovery of the bage and the remainder in toma- f
an ideal cattle feed when dehydrated -
material economically unfeasible if toes. He said that no beans were
mixed'with and /
and molasses
it were not concentrated incidentally'In being planted as he did not con- \V.
. the result has been a lucrative sub- 4mY; ,
;. sidiary industry with almost unlimited manufacture of sugar. I sider this new land suitable for :
The finished wax can be used in beans but it was the best tomato
. possibilities.
i the curtailed manufacture of polishes, impregnated and cabbage land he had seen in
Now the war and j I I I
shipping has Uncle Sam behind the' and coated products, and moulded the. 'glades. t
and articles, and to replace wax now Associated with Mr. Bowdon in 1111
for starch supplies
certain vegetable oils. Again the difficult to get because of unset- this enterprise is W. R. Hooker, 7?ltI; ill ,

corporation comes forward tled world conditions, the report well-known Belle Glade grower whois
. sugar -
said. mos't of his activiI
with an announcement that sweet transferring -

potato starch can be produced very .. .. AIR
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", nicely oil and in the the various'glades by-products, also peanut of I!I..:NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. ..NNN.. .. ......................................................................................N............NNN.. .. .. ..NN. ...........................................INN.. .. :... CONDITIONEDDependable

k;;- both industries and that plants will .t.

r' be built to supply 10 per cent of y m/a 11
Y. 1 AI ;
::1 ". the nation's starch requirements y

. ;' and a sizeable portion of the vege- ,

l.J': table oil needs. ? Service

r. If this plan is approved by the

"" .' stockholders next Tuesday, and we yy Low Fares
feel almost certain that it will be

for the stockholders have
c' every Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
right by this time ,to respect the ;
oz. ---... r" f .i. and the North.
\7' judgment of the corporation oft .. lfP j
"'- "'---. \7.:; .. .. .
; ficials, we can expect an era of !! .z. I : .It;.>'t::.v" ._ .-N"1i' J
I _\ rARE: MOr .. Northbound
tE development which will be second oJ ".''. "'1:, ''1.Ret TIN) .. Lv. CANAL POINT : 4:55 AM 1:25 PM
': only to the development. ," / '', z 10:10 AM 6:55 PM
:; sugar Il Ar.TAMPA : .i Costs Less than Driving
I . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM
( < I Ar. LAKELAND '---
l I:: v.. "j:: <'V ::1.1.fz. Ar. ORLANDO 10:50 AM '7:45 PM One Round
[(; .., CAN'T BE DAMMED ; r--" X Ar. JACKSONVILLE' '. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Wrry Trip
<:: j I 3; : ..All r ..,.:'!.'::.\; 0 ..z.'z. Ar.TALLAHASSEE i. .. 4:45: PM12:59:: AM MIAMI S' 1.65 $ 3.00JACKSONVILLE. I'iAF.
II' .. PM 1.10 AM
::V I LAKE CITY ; : 4.70 8.50 \
! :
Even the United States govern- .. -- 0 : I"1. fr.,
: ,ment itself isn't always equal to I :.. -'. ,,;.:.'="-- r/l :.". ._" .;.j''z. -...'. .::..1, h<' ..!. Lv. CANAL POINT'. ;. 5:20 PM II:25 PM TAMPA.LAKELAND. .. 2.35 2.80 4.25 5.05 J
1 :,.,.., "l Ar. JACKSONVJ LLE' 'j 3:45 AM 9:15 AM .
: : the task of halting the onward -.-:--" f \r'..V c;,) 'i'z ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
I. :. surge of American initiative and I :: '- ,')\ :z: DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILlE, TALLA- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25 !
::: \ + FOR AiL'POmS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15 I Io
y:, Dam them back in one place and (Explanation on Page Eight)' ; MACON 7.25 13.05 i
: :z:
:. they break out in another. So it I i' Southbound-Go'ns VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45 ::
isn't surprising to learn that the ""i. r. ... Lv. CANAL POINT 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
f;:: i :: f ,in. : z.Iy Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
United States Sugar Corporation is : CHICAGO 17.90 32.25Returning
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Naval Base in Key West, spent the River, Collier and Okeechobee JOE SCHROEDER CELEBRATES FOR SALE-A
holiday week-end here with her counties. 8TH BIRTHDAY SATURDAYJoe I Norge Electric refrigerator -
very cheap for cash.
j mother, Mrs. Josephine Knight.
Can be seen in operation. See V.
i'j j [ Personals ] Mrs. J. G. Niblack and son, John- Schroeder, Jr.,. celebratedhis I L. Phillips, Moore Haven, Fla. 2t
1 1 I Mrs. F. Deane Duff has returned nie, spent Labor Day week-end 8th birthday Saturday by In- ; I II

from a stay of several weeks with relatives in Lakeland. Mrs.M. viting a group of his friends to attend -

J I in Western North Carolina with J. Hirsch, who has been spending the movies with him./

j Mr. and Mrs. P. M. MclntyreI ( her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ed- the summer visiting in At- Included in the group were Carol Johnson's Fish
I spent the week-end in Miami Beach. ward Bryant, of Palm Beach. lanta, Lake City, Gainesville and and Harriet Alston, June Collier, I Camp

1, Lakeland, returned'with' them Mon- Richard Knight, Dale Crews, Ter- I (Near Hurricane Gate) r
Parker T. Wilson and Jack Mr.. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and day. rell Cason and Gene Land. Glewiston, Fla

iI Moorman spent Labor Day, in West children, Agnes Ann ,and Philip, After the movies, the patty were Boats and Motors-Guide Service I
Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Dilley Rates
spent ReasonableW.
Palm Beach. are visiting relatives in Brunswick, served refreshments the Seminole
Ga., for two weeks., 'the week-end on a trip to Miami : at H. Johnson, Mgr.
1 R. L. Coker and Mr. and Mrs. and Key West. They were accom-

;: E. L. Stewart were week-end visitors Mrs. W. W. Perry,.and son, John, panied by Mr. Dilley's brother, MRS. WILCOX ENTERTAINSCARD
If in Naples. returned Monday; from a stay of a Harford Dilley, who left for his CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs.

".. week in Tampa ,with .Mrs. Perry's home in Pittsburg after a 'visit of MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

i Mr. and Mrs.' C. A. Martinez and .sister, Miss Kathleen_, Lewis. several days here. J. B. Wilcox entertained her ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
1 sons, Junior, Jack and Oliver, .'. Estimates
card club at her home
week-end in Daughtrey Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Weidler left JOHN H. DOTY
spent the Bob who was recently ,
i evening. First prize was won by
Sunday for Princeton, N. J., after I
transferred by the..U.._ S. Geo- I in Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and secondby Engineering Consultant
Miss Nell Kendrick of Sebring is logical survey to Montgomery, Alabama spending the summer Clewis- Hopkins !
Mrs. C. E. Miner. Clewiston, FlawJ.
I who is
ton. Mr. Weidler
.spending this week here with her has been returned to ClewIs- a sen- I i
iior I in the theological school 'of Mrs. Wilcox served pineapple
Mrs. Lee Kendrick
mother, ton to re-join' the s rv'ey'party i
I here. I Princeton University, was supply upsidedown cake ,with iced tea to I!
; Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs. Yon,
Fred I. Hill of Washington, D. minister at the Community, Church George
: Mrs. M. E. Von Mach Mrs. G. H.
C., spent the week-end in Clewis- I Mrs. B. C. Thompson t Braden- M. COUSE
Mrs. Ralph J. Rogers and Miss Small, Virginia Jordan, Mrs. Miner I
the Inn.
ton at
ton is spending two weeks here .
Charlotte Rogers are leaving today and Mrs. Owens. Counselor and Attorney at Law
with her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
S Mrs. W. M., Redelsheimer will Curtis Thompson. Curtis Thompson for their home in Dayton, Hopkins Building

1 leave this week-end for her home is spending his, vacation in Ohio, after spending a month here Do your share to preserve, the \Vetlne..dllt and Saturday
i in Miami. Jacksonville. '.*' i i I with Mr. and Mrs. Malley Palmer. American way of life. Invest reg- i
:' Mr. and Mrs. Palmer are accom- 9:30 to 4:00
I ularly in Defense Savings Bonds'and
i Mr. and Mrs. George Crow and Mrs O. F. Schiffli and sons, I panying them for a two: weeks' Stamps. '

,daughter Billy Sue, are spending Nick, Dick and John, returned the visit. ,

1 their vacation in West Palm Beach. first of the week, after! spendingthe I Miss Shirley -Ruth Rodriguez left i 1 I To "Keep 'em Flying"" you must CLEWISTONTINNING

summer at, their summer home I "Keep on Buying" Defense Savings I
for New Orleans where
Tuesday & PLUMBING
Mrs. Arthur Bong has returned in Highlands, N. C. : Bonds .
Stamps regularly.FOR
i .
she will re-enter Dominican School. !
I f i
from a three months' visit in Sioux s.
Mr. and Mrs. S. ,Gomez, Ruth I Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
City, Iowa. C. W. Redish, who has enlistedin
Gomez and Miss Lucile Strehle, of Efficient
I the U. S. Navy and Is stationed I RENT-Unfurnished 3-room Prompt, Service
Miss Lee Pridgen, Mrs. W. Gretna, La., spent ,a few days in duplex apartment. See W. N.
in Jacksonville, is spending a short PETER' CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. ,
Clewiston with and Mrs.
Mr. F. M.
Lanier and W. Benson Martin, Clewiston Goods Company
Charles leave with his parents, Mr. and Dry' -
the week-end in Tampa.. Mrs., L. C. Redish here. Rodriguez and Shirley Ruth accom- It.
panied them as far as New Or-

B. J. Schroeder left for leans on their return.
Sunday Miss Beth Nail has returned
Atlanta where he spent the week '' Dr. Walter F. Purdon
from a vacation trip to' visit her Dr. F. D. Gudbaur '
on business. sister, Mrs R. P. Wainwright, in
COURSE AT BAPTIST CHURCHMrs. Optometrist Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon
Washington, D. C. She also visit-
Glasses Scientifically Fitted and Office, Hopkins Building,
Mrs. Fred Joss of Stuart is the ed in Amsterdam, N. Y., and in
W. R. Broderick and Mrs. Repaired-Broken lenses Clewiston
guest of her sister, Mrs. B. J. Canada during her stay.
Schroeder. -'; Jack Himrod held a study courseat Duplicated 'Daily except Sunday and
the Baptist Church Thursday aft- Office Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston Thursday
Mrs. L. C. Miller and her mother,
& Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Dick Mrs. E. E. Edwards, spent' a few ernoon for members of the Sunbeam Every Thursday day and Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday,

4 and Shirley Owen, have returned days in Miami this week with relatives Class. After a study ot the book, evening appointments. Friday, Saturday.

from a visit in Mississippi, 'Illinois Mrs. Edwards has returnedto The Traveling Story Hour on Home

Iowa, Tennessee and Virginia. her' home in '''Jacksonville aftera Missions, refreshments of .lemonade
and cookies were 'served. . . . . .
visit of a few weeks here. ,1:H:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":NNNNNNNN:NNNNN:NN:NH:NNNNNI.:N:.INNNNNNNNNMIWE
Miss Mae Palmer, Mr. and Mrs Each member of the, Sunbeam I
class placed a gift in the i 'i' ARE NOW SERVING .:.
:Malley Palmer, Mrs. R. J. Rogers and nursery
Mr. Mrs. David B. Groves
and Miss 'Charlotte Rogers spent of Knoxville, .Tennessee, visited fora I of the Sunday School. :: CLEWISTON MOLASSES-FED ::
in Those attending were Walker
the week-end St. Cloud.
few 'days this week with their
Nall, Jr., Margaret, John, Ann and
cousins, Mr. and Mis. P. M. MC- Vowell f HAMBURGERS JOe Each :|:_
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Waldron and Intyre. Mary Himrod, Eleanor ,
Mrs. H. A. Land and Gene Land Heather Guthrie, Wanda Bembry, y \
I George Anne Suggs, Mary Faye and
were visitors in West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Manning Keen .
Saturday ', -* J. Zo'I -'" :'. have "vacation Betty Sue Andrews, Billy Broad-
returned from'-a '
-- to visit relatives in Pennsylvania.They I foot, Diane Mathis, Alfred Meador, A AND' B SANDWICH SHOP
Jerry Phillips, Billy Blount, Den
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and'
sons, Bob and Dick Patterson, left in Niagara also visited Falls during in New their York'and,stay. nis Childress, Janet McDonald, :;.: ,Watch for, The Opening of Our :!:.

I last Thursday to visit relatives, in Betty Young, Nadine Bembry, ;
::: Bowling Alleys.
Shirley Marshall, Carol and Patricia
Pensacola for a short time. .
Mr., and Mrs. G. T. Augur and .
daughters, ,Jean and Carol, of Powell and Joyce Turner. I INN:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:N:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:1.:N:NNNN:.
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1 family.Mr. ing Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. ?. ?/ i; +
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and Mrs. Bob Every left this Miss Ava Ezelle left yesterday .;..;. ,' :,.b .:".:'.
week for their home in Sebring, I .' !..t'
for Fort Myers where she will resume : .' :
after Clewiston.Mrs.spending. a few months in her work teaching in one ::i:.:.:::. 'i, ENJOY AN r :_; .:!:::

of the schools. She has been spend .;..;. r .:'.i'
II ing a few weeks here with her : ::: ,. ::::
; ;
a Basil Bowden and granddaughter brother, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, and .... ;,::_ ....
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Suzanne Stello, of Okee- I family. '..;' ,- ; :" :
chobee are spending a few days ; : ::::
here with Mr. Bowden. I I :;::;: ;'r, ,;, !
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McNeece of .:..:. -, '
I Pompano spent the week-end here .:..:. HOME ., ..Rt
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and .:..:. '
with Mrs. McNeece's Mr.
daughters Miss Nell and ; ; ::::
Edythe ;and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie.. The Mc- :::: ;
', Sue, have returned from a visit yy
Neeces had just returned from a ARV
in Tennessee and Kentucky.Mrs. I' !' yf
vacation trip to Michigan and on t ?y
into Canada.

daughter. Annie, Mary Mae Elizabeth McCallum, and and J. :;i3::i:, Electricity is the modern_ servant ; a servant, that ,:i

," W. Padgett of Haines City, are day Mrs.for M.her,L.home Arnold in ,Caliente left Thurs-, Nevada I *_ takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::

;' guests of Dir. and Mrs.! D. B. Allen. after a few weeks' visit here !' :; home and one hat will do everything quickly, efficient- 1

with her mother, Mrs. Fred Hen-
Jimmy Parker and Herbert Elate ricksen. Mrs. S. L. CroclT P and I:;:: Iy and economIcally. ;.
of Morrison Field, West Palm
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach accompaniedher yt

1 In Beach Clewiston., spent Labor Day with friends to West Palm Beach. :;::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or f?

\, 1 Mrs. A. O. Oliver and Mr. and ** give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :
Miss Frances Morgan Is '' :
Mrs.' Louis Johnson of Miami 's'
J" Saturday for a three week's va- the week-end here with Mr. Oliver.spent : :: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is

cation.friends to She New'Orleans expects to,motor Texas with and I Mrs. Oliver has just been,. appointed :.;:..* one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::::
district director of the professional

f Mexico City. service Administration division, Her Works,territory Progress cov- u: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home' I : ;:

Miss Ruth Knight, who is em- ers Dade, Monroe, Broward, Palm :_::_: that is all electric and modern. : :;:
ployed as stenographer at the U. S. Beach, Martin St., Lucie, Indian = 3. IY

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up and work 'em this way. And on .
the third day throw your gather
4 against a coulee or something whereone

SBy man can hold 'em, and the oth- eAwhi
er man of each pair ride back and
meet me here. I figure this rangeis
heavy with cattle. I don't see any

ALAN LE MAY W. N.U. Release reason why two good men can't
easy throw together three hundred Prelude Why Tell It?
INSTALLMENT 11 "Dad, what are you going to do? head in a couple of days. 'That Wife-That boy of ours gets It was a l'ery'avet night when Jones

THE STORY SO FAR: "Thorpe has a reward on Bill Rop- gives us a nice bunch of anyway /nore like you every day. knocked,, at the door of&is friend
Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built up er's head. King-Gordon is going to two thousand. The more the better Hubby-What's he been up to Watts.
a vast string of ranches In the West. King double that reward." -but with two thousand we'll makeour now? "Hallo!" exclaimed Watts. "I'm gladto
was killed by his powerful and unscrupu He went storming out, his face drive." .. see you. Come in!"
lous competitor.' Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper.KIng's black and violent with portent of They slept that night under the The big difference between hu "I. 'don't think I dare," Jones protested. -
determined to "My feet dirty""That
adopted son. was slowly falling snow. Roper himself man and vegetable life is that in are very
avenge his death In spite of the opposition war.For several moments Jody Gor- doesn't matter. Just keep your
Gordon and her made coffee and routed out his rid- vegetation the sap rises. boots on,"
of his sweetheart Jody don stood motionless where he had
Texas ers two hours before the first light.
raids Thorpe's
Daring upon
her. Then she turned and went
holdings wiped Wm out of the state. Roper left For two days Roper watched the No Sale Hcr Secret
;then prepared for a great raid upon the out of the house to the long shed- enemy camp while the snow heldon Lawyer-That'll: be $10, please. "Why do they always call Na

)vast herds on Thorpe's Montana ranches. like stable. piling a deeper and deeper mat; Client-What for? ture 'she'?" ,
:Several thousand Indians had gathered near Shoshone Wilce was loitering therein then: on the third day he, returnedto "My advice!" "Because no one knows how
,'the Canadian border to take every beef that the shadow of the rear wall, an "
the rendezvous as the roundup "But I'm not taking it.. old she is."
'was driven across. Shoshone Wllce. one uneasy and restless figure.
"of Roper's men. told Jody that her father'slife men began straggling in.
find where'Billy
"Did out Roper -
was In danger so she rode to warn you Tex Long was the first one back.
[him. He was surprised to see her so far be reached? Jody demanded. "This range is plumb solid with CHOICE OF1ST

from home. stock," Tex declared. "How many I Standard Time Zones I MILLIONS
"Yes, mam, I kind of did, I guess; head do
figure me and Kid
I to be there, you MJOSEPMSPIBIN
CHAPTER XVContinuedWhen and got getting on Johnson "
scraped just two?
voice Miss Gordon. If you'll just give me up us Officials of the large, railroadsin
his "
Lew Gordon spoke, "Well
Roper grunted, "upwardsof
stillness any message you want me to take, the United States met in 1883
was so quiet that its very a dozen-I should "
: destruc- I'd[ sure like to be pulling out of hope. to discover some method of estab- Happiness to Others
;carried threat of imminent "Better'n six hundred head! Lord
Happiness is
here, before- lishing a time-system that could watching others
)tion." "Bill Roper sent a man "All right. You be here with two Almighty, Bill! Figuring they'reworth be universally adopted by all drink from springs which we have

:lyou? good horses just after dark." twenty dollars apiece, and allowing American railroads. Previously, caused to rise in the desert.B. .-
: "I didn't say that. He's a man that all the other boys do as H. Metson.
"If could leave giveme all roads had used different
who was with Bill Roper in the you just as sys-
good, we're liable to get' out of here
:Texas Rustlers' War; he doesn't'seem the message now, I'd sure like with around eighty thousand dollars tems.

: to be in the Montana raids." to-" worth of cattle! You realize that?" The railroad' men adopted a sys- RAZOR BLADES
"Who was it?" Lew Gordon rum- "There is no message. I'm going But Roper'was thinking of the let- tem based on the idea that ,,,24

bled. "What's his name?" with you to Bill Roper. ter in his pocket; the appeal of a girl standard meridians should' be es- O ASK YOUR DEALER, FOR THE .
"Shoshone Wilce." Shoshone Wilce looked like a man who needed him in some unknown tablished 15 degrees apart in lon- OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE

""Wilce I I know that name. I knowit entrapped. can't do it! Your fa- way, and who did not even know gitude, starting from the meridianof KENT

:; well. I'd rope and drag him in a why he couldn't come. Greenwich, England, and ex- .(3.

:'second" if I caught him talking to All the next day they worked to tending around conference the globe.on An standard international -- Doubl EdB B LAD E S Sin 7 for EdBlOforlOc lOc.

you! throw the little bunches together,intoa time, meeting in Washington1, "TAKING THE COUNTRY' BY STORM"
with Ben
"This has talked
herd. Not all of them had
1884 the
same 'recom-
Thorpe in Dodge, Jody told her done as well as Tex Long and Kid to'the 0 CUPPLES COMPANY ST. LOUIS MO.C''
mendation countries
father.. "A lot of strange news is Johnson, but most of them had-.done repre-'
sented. Since that the four
working down to Thorpe from up well enough. And then, at last, 'the
time zones, Eastern, Central,' Despised Danger
here in Montana. Some bands of first herd privateered in the
Great ''
Mountain and Pacific, have 'been Danger comes the sooner' whenit
and down
rustlers are slashing up Raid began to roll. A long unsteadily '
Montana throwing lead and leather -i used in this country. is despised.-Syrus.
\ i- i4 moving river of cattle poured
into the Thorpe outfits under Lash- northward, a dark welter in the thin-
am; they say he's badly hurt already ning fall of the snow. White-faces

-nobody will know how badly mostly, blocky and heavy, well win-
until the winter breaks." tered on the prairie hay-Roper "
Her father waited, his eyes angry. counted two thousand six hundredodd In any kind of weather it's the

"The word from Dodge explainshalf !

the trouble that King-Gordon is Pressed hard by the heavy forceof

up against," Jody said. "Thorpe cowboys, the cattle bawled but
can't believe that one lone_ cowboy, humped along northward into the .

deserted by everyone who should valley of the Prairie Elk.
have been his friend, could manageto
smash his Texas holdings, and go Rounding up within a day's ride "
on to cut away his herds in Montana. of Miles City itself, Roper's men had forme !
taken this herd almost out of the
; that backing
He thought we were
Rustlers' very corrals of Lasham's outposts; -.. .
(Billy Roper in the Texas
and yet, so far as any of them .
iWar. And he believes that we're = t7
) says ROBERT CURR1E, ,%
knew that
'backing him now." swift-moving drive repre- ,
"Well?" Lew Gordon said. "You sented a harder blow than had ever ". ,American Airlines '

mean to say you came all this way been struck a cattleman 'in 'a single Meteorologist.
raid. In all their
months of effort
to tell me that?
"Ben to kill the winter wild bunch had been unable -
Thorpe means you.
Lew Gordon's face showed no to achieve an equal reprisal i l I
change of expression. But he did upon Lasham and now they could
;not reply at once. "I'd sure like to be pulling" out hardly believe their'own success. trRIAKMSS"

"I don't doubt it," he said at last; of here, before- The cattle that broke the way jHT r

."what would you expect? You bring through the snow kept dropping -'
" ther-I won't do it Miss Gor-
" ;war into a range and anybody is back, blown and tired; but as fast as i
: to down." .don! they failed, others were forced for- $ Cotn
likely Jody's face go was white. "All right. I'll make the ride by ward to take their places. Long- K elloita's and tots ofi1
some full
"You know what's at the bottomof myself. horned, stag-legged steers of the old big kesWllrtitk ] o
"Hey, look You can't-" Texas strain fought the riders, ,
all the trouble we're having, her and '
]father' said. "You know as well as "Bill Roper isn't going to like this, I breaking the heavy column repeat- FOOD ENED s

![I do that two years of nothing but Wilce." edly in their wild-eyed thrusts for VITAMINS!

trouble lays square at the door of Shoshone studied her searchingly, liberty, and these were allowed to MIHERAIS

Bill Roper." but found nothing to reassure him. get away. Gaunt, weak cattle lagged ?ROTE! CORN Is
It in his mind that this back, unable to keep under
Jody sprang up, to face him. "I was. girl up even of
certainly do not know anything of would do exactly as she said. "My the snapping rope ends of the tail tamp pesfthat tastes AK I
the kind!" she answered him. life ain't worth a nickel, either riders; ,they also were allowed to Dt g Corn Fla appetite,
he almost drop out, promptly forgotten. Yet J Ke11ogB .tsharpensY our
Lew Gordon stared at her. way, whimpered."You eat. vV MfiTMlMOME
"It's 'an everlasting shame upon be here with the horses," in that first day, the side riders ma es want to rtfat ImCopr.

,the cow-country that Dusty King's Jody said. swept in enough north-roaming cat- I .10-11 by Kellogg Company
,killers are still in their saddles. I She turned and went into the tle to more than make up the loss.

, tell you, Billy Roper is the only house, leaving Shoshone Wilce Roper went with the herd as far

' man I've seen with courage enough standing unhappy and uncertain, ankle as Circle Horse Creek; but when ,,Spare Moments vacancies .or intervals of life, is

f, toAnd deep in the wet snow. they had forded the shallows, crash- The art of ,wisely using the I one of the most valuable we can
now her father angered as she ing through the rotten ice, he turned spare five minutes, the casual acquire.-W. E. Lecky.
, ,had seldom seen him anger. "You'll CHAPTERXVIThe back. With him he took four men
i tell me nothing!I" he roared. "Roper who he believed would do what he

I'm sick of hearing his name-a said. The cattle were moving more
:I dirty outlaw whelp that knows noth- rounding up of the wild bunchof slowly now, plodding doggedly

ing but kill and burn and raid!" riders lost Roper a few days; but through the heavy going; Tex Long
' Jody's eyes narrowed and filled within the week Bill Roper and Tex and the remaining eight men could

; with tears. "You may as well know Long rode into the plains of the Little hold them to their way. What was t t c

; this," she told her father. "The day Dry. needed,now was work of a different
that Billy Roper dies I want to die Here around a spluttering fire the kind, and Roper thought he knew
\ too." riders crouched in their sodden blan- how that was to be done.It .
I For a moment Lew Gordon kets, like Indians, while Roper gave was his intention to fight a rear
seemed bewildered; he stared at-his out his orders. Thirty-two men and guard action-not only for this first
: :daughter as if the devil had come up six outlaw leaders were now in the herd, which would be delivered within THE HUSKING BEE

through the floor. The girl who faced field against Walk Lasham's power the week to the Indians who would with the right to kiss any girl

I him was entirely strange to him. ful Montana outfits in the Great spirit it away, but for the protec- you choose when you finda

I He heard her say, "If you had Raid.It tion of all the rest of the wild, bunch red ear of corn has been
t .stayed by him, as-Dusty King would was Roper's plan that he and raiding to westward. harvest'tinte custom since

,have done, Thorpe would, have been Tex Long, with twelve men between Colonial days.RELAXING
But now as he neared the head of
whipped and through, long ago." them, should make the most daring
the Little rider
! "Child," he 'said queerly, "what raid of all; a raid upon the big herds Dry, a came drop- with a good King '
I \ are you talking about?" : which Lasham held between the ping down a long slope upon a racing Edward cigar is a pleasant custom
horse. His carbine held above
f "If you'd only take Billy Roper I headwaters of Timber Creek and was enjoyed by millions of smokers all
his ragged sombrero in sign of
! back into King-Gordon-"' the Little Dry. Of all the ranges over America. Try King Edward
: "That'll never happen while I I in which the wild bunch was inter' peace; and as he came near they I"hi today and learn why it's the

t live," her father said flatly. ested, this was the nearest Miles saw that it,.was Hat Crick Tommy. nation's most popular cigar. j // 2

i A silence fell between them, presently City-the most accessible, the most Roper jumped his horse out to ...,c / //
broken by the girl. "He asked closely watched, the best protected. meet Hat Crick. "What is it? Is for

I. me to ride with him once, when he How many cattle he could transfer there any word? Did she-"

f first took the outlaw trail. I wish :. from this range to the starving Ca- Tommy's face was haggard with
t I had. To the last day I live, I'll nadian Sioux, Roper did not know; fatigue. "She's gone!" he jerkedout.
wish I'd ridden with him then. And but it was his hope to raise such a "She's been Nto Miles Cityandnow

I now I'll tell you something more. If conspicuous and stubborn disturb- she's gone!"

ever he asks me again, I'll go." ance as would mask the operationsof "Gone? Gone where?" I I Ii'c'4i1"rc

, "By God," he said, his voice unsteady the rest of the wild bunch, and "Nobody knows. She's missing-
with the repression he put permit Pierce to work unimpeded. disappeared-strayed or lost or rustled -
upon it, "that closes the deal! I've "The fourteen of us will split sev- I don't know which! Her fa-
I kept my riders off him because of en ways," Roper told them now. "I ther's wild crazy, and every K-G you can depend on the special

Dusty King, and I let him run on figure Lasham's look-out camp for outfit in the north is combing the ) \ H the merchants of our

and on, rousing up a range war that this range is about twelve miles trails" town announce in the columns of

f has close to busted King-Gordon. southeast. We'll comb every way] Roper sat staring for a full half this They mean
But when it comes to tamperingwith but that way. I'm not telling you minute. Then his hands fumbledfor paper. money

I you-it's the end! I'm through!" how to gather: stock. Hunt 'em his reata, shook out the loop. THE I I IALS I saving to our readers.It always pays

, He caught up his battered sombrero like you know how to hunt 'em. Move "Turn that roan pony! I've got to Ortv.1 to patronize the merchants who

and his spurs rang as he turned out one day's ride, spotting your have a fresh horse ." ''advertise. They are not afraid of their merchandise or their prices.
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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWlSTOtf NEWS FRIDAY, .Q..PT..U'DUT..,.0.;"... ....o.;"... .>> .>" 5, 1041

ceola Avenue. posed plantings and other facili- I
Daniel Groover Died I Scouts Advanced-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McSheehan, ties will provide but a very small School OpenedContinued -

Here Early MondayDaniel who have been occupying the portion of the nation's. needs.. ,-
house, moved into the house va-
I I (Continued from page 1) ( from Page 1)
cated by the Boltons on Crescent
Lehmon Groover, 30, shop Drive near the G. B. Thomas home. Facilities For- merit badge in swimming. ture.
foreman for the Clewiston Motor I Assistant Scout Executive John I Grade School
Company since November of 1939, Shutt of Fort Myers conducted the
Locals Win Close tained. First Grade, Mrs.
died suddenly at his home in Hook court of review assisted by J. M. Kathleen Har-
I er's Point early Monday of what The feeding will also be broughtmore Couse, chairman of the district ad- ris.

was diagnosed as a blood clot in Qr Game Here SundayPlaying directly to the interest of vancement committee, W. ,C. Owen, Second Grade, Mrs. Helen Spooner. -
near the heart. the travelling public along the scout commissioner Scoutmaster .

He was involved in an automobile highway, the aim of the sugar cor- Charles Benson of Clewiston, andR. I Third Grade, Miss Evelyn Bur-.
accident recently In West Palm shorthanded because of poration in this work being still to N. Miller, head of the finance hans.V "
the Labor Day holiday, the Clewis-
cattlemen how he can finish
Beach but was not apparently seriously committee. Fourth Grade, Mrs. LivoniaHolstine. .
ton baseball team was press-
hard steers
for market
economically by '
injured, returning to Clew- Attending the .
meeting from II
ed to defeat the Belle Glade teamon
using Florida produced feeds. Best
iston and continuing with his Clewiston W. C. Fifth
the diamond here Sunday bya were Owen, Bill Grade, Mrs. Margaret Arey.
results, have been obtained by the
work. Monday he developed a of 10-9. i Owen, Charles Benson and Scouts I Sixth Grade, Mrs. Charlotte-
score ii I
corporation by feeding a ration of
severe headache and went to a i. Oliver Martinez, Jack and Junior I Walston.
Three pitchers were on the mound lemon-grass pulp mixed with
store for a sedative. He mo- Martinez
nearby Junior Mills, SherwoodHall
for Clewiston during the 'I lasses well all of the I ----
died soon after returning home. I game. as as raw Charles 'Benbow: Raymond
Lefty Baker started, was relieved molasses each animal will eat. ,
held Wed- Trice
Funeral services were David .. Thomas, Sammy .
by Bud Vaughn and the was 71 steers placed in the i
at his former : game
nesday afternoon Young, Harold: ... roderick and Bob-
home in Homestead with Ferguson finished by Rabbit Roberts. Base fattening pens this week, purchased by Broadfoot.Read.
Funeral, Home of West Palm Beach hits and errors were said to have from Sheriff J. J. Wiggins of iI I Good FarmLand

in charge' of arrangements. :Many been about equally divided betweenthe .Glades County. Most of these are

friends, particularly fellow em- two teams.Clewiston I two-year olds and show some sign The Ads

ployees from here. attended the will finish 'the' season j: of pure breeding.. With twenty I I
services. in third place in the Glades-Coast head on hand 72 were acquired las"tweek ,

Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth League. Only two more games are in Fort 1Ieade'and' 110- in
and one daughter.Kiwanians to be played, both with Lake Kissimmee for a total of 273 head NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION tor Rent

Worth. Lake Worth leads the league now on hand.tfighest I NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN, That
Discuss Pahokee is in second place the regular Biennial School District
Elections will be held on the first
and Belle Glade holds tight to
I Earnings- Tuesday after the first Monday in
Needs 'the cellar position, '; ...1.,*... November A. D. 1941, being the. 4th
Community day of November. D. 1941. Said
%f." Starting Sunday's game were Election is for the purpose of elect-
(Continued from Face 1)
t- -=- Baker, p; Roberts, Ib; Hare, 2b; ial Ing three Tax (3) Trustees for each Spec-
School District In Hendry
The regular Kiwanis meeting on McNeice, ss; Waldron, 3b; Bell, poration, certified by independent :I County, Florida, and for the further
Wednesday night at the Inn was If; Vaughn, cf; McGehee, rf. accountants, shows working as- purpose of either favoring the mill- TrespassersWill .
age estimated by the Board of Pub-
"' taken up with a general discussion sets of $3,317,779; current lic Instruction or setting a different

".' of county and community prob- BEARDSLEY REJECTED ties of $1,103,151; and lIabili-1 millage.All qualified. electors residing with- Be

lems and matters of general inter- sets of $10,641,703. in any School District in Hendry
est although no definite action was James, W. Beardsley, who left County, Florida, whose voting regis- ProsecutedClewiston
Comparative profit and loss tration is within the particular Spec-
taken by the club except on one here last week to take a physicalexamination ial Tax School District, and who paysa
and 1941
matter. in Orlando for entrance statements for 1940 crops tax on either real or personal property -
show that sales of sugar brought within said District shall be entitled -
'. The club voted to back the count into regular army service failedto
to vote, .In, said election in his
ty wildlife league in a movement pass the examination and is $5,489,054 this year against $4- or her district. '
:. to have the beginning of the duck expected home within a few days. I 146,648 last; costs amountedto Trustees must nominated. by Pe-
tition of five (5) or more persons
almost million dollars more
: season deferred from November 2 James holds a second lieutenant'scommission a qualified to vote in the election. The I
to the beginning of the regular in the artillery reserves I this' year than last and that operating Petition must be filed with the Boardof

hunting season on November 20. It I Iof and expected to be sent to. profits were $1,651,392 for ty,Public Florida Instruction, at least of 30 Hendry days Coun-priorto I Realty And
is argued by local hunters that Fort Sill, Okla., for service. I this year against -$1,294,891 last holding of the election on the
from ducksis I year. A catastrophe loss was shown date above set out. -
u much other game aside THE BOARD OF PUBLIC
killed during this period. SCHOOL ANNUALS HALF PRICE' for 1940 and none this year but INSTRUCTION OF HENDRY DevelopmentCorpol'ation
1941 assessment roll came I miscellaneous deductions were greater COUNTY, FLORIDA.By .
A. O. WARD, Chairman.
I'r.,- in for a share in the discussion as Prof. R. W. Turk announced this this year by $46,000 and federal Attest:
ti of paving the taxes were higher by $310,000. A C.\ E. 'WEAVER.
did the prospects
week that a supply of last year'sschool
Superintendent, of Public Instruction,
decrease in interest of more than
r. other lane of the two lane Sugar- annuals will be sold for Ex-officio Secretary of the Board.
.: land Highway through Clewiston. seventy-five cents, .half of the regular $5,000 was shown this year. Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.

- School problems were also discussed. i price.U.S.S.C.. ; In 1940 the sugar house'operat-

, ed only 135 days and produced

", 65,101 tons of sugar. 4,776,000
;. Appointed' Plans- gallons of molasses were made this
C. E. Miner
\I year compared with 3,858,000 in

1940 and a higher yield was shown New
State Beverage Inspector (Continued from page 1) DevelopmentsAnnounced
I IIx involving the finishing of over COO this year of 10.5.% against 9.82 I

steers for beef. I per cent in 1940.

C. E. Miner last week received "We are now ready to proceed The annual meeting of the boardof

his appointment as a beverage inspector with the annual production of upwards directors will be held in Dover, by U. S. Sugar Corporation,
for the state and began of 40,000,000 pounds of Del., on October 21 at which time

t:: work the first of this week on the' sweet potato starch, one of the seven members will be elected. Starch-Feeds-Oils Fibers. Several

f, new job working out of the district best types of root starches. Root- \

k'.'. office in 'West Palm Beach. I starches -important in the tex- Add Defense Savings 'Bonds to tracts close in suitable for the new crops

': It is stated that one of his .'tile and other industries; we annually your investments. Serve your

..; first official actions was to pad i ir ''I consume upwards of 400- country and oonserve your earn- I are available at real rock-bottom prices.J. .
lock Little Cuba, a place of doubt- 000,000 pounds of this type starch
':": ful reputation near Belle Glade, fora <<: I I and produce, but ten per cent .of our i ings.
period of two years and that he needs the I
existing maritime
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I. :. like reputation in the same area. importation and the proposed facilities y t y E. Beardsley ,

I in the Everglades will ea'sethe .
;'": W. E. Bolton Buys situation by about ten per cent fi Real Estate and Insurance "

(: of the nation's normal needs. In ?
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the field of ,
B. Home vegetable oil and fats
T. Shelley +
f 4;< : we import substantial quantities; :
to assist. in relieving existing con- :!: Only 1 Vs. % of the weight of :{:

:. .. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bolton moved ditions the Department of Agricul- :*: the tin plate can is tin. 1. !*: Bob Beardsley Ruth Beardsley

i f: Wednesday into the home which ture ,has modified certain soil Art Lawrence
-i I :X: "The Book of Metals"DonaId :X: Evelyn Kellems
: they recently purchased from T. conservation requirements so as to
B. Shelley of Miami at the os-I increase production of this classof :X: Wilhelm. :X:

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