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Star nllS^ 1 *""^ '^ '"^'v/*' V^:^t^r->^ Ottos* VhyHerM From, Falsa Report! i i i - - 1 -- i "l -" ------ . .-..,'.>.• -. .. .. ...... r ' ; _ Published Svery week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co. Ittc £ Palmer & Alex. H. Washbufn), at The Star building, 213-214 South Hope, Arkansas. The Next 'Back to the Stitf Movement ".7 "V^, C. E. PALMER. President ALEX. H. WASHBtJRN. Editor and Publishes , Entered as second-class waiter nt the postoffree at Hope, Arkansas Under the Act of March 3. 1$7. <&£> «••*' / I w ^ ,. . v , ISeflntthm: "The newspaper is an institution developed by modern civil-! g$* k "' >teatiort to present the news of the day, to foster commerce' and industry, 1 £«i „-* tttfOtt$» widely circulated advertisements, and to Furnish'that check upon' &•••>•.* HavJjrntaent which no constitution has ever boon able to. provide."—Col. R. i 1 v ' B> McCormick. Subscription Rat* (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per ' K« 15C: per month G5c; one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead. Nevada, HiSttutt Miller and LaFayelte counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere Sfi.50. u>< of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclsuively v - ®nnUed to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or , hot otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. National Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc.. Memphis I " , Te *H?" sterick BW «-= Nt >w York City, 369 Lexington: Chicago, 111.. 75 E. Wack-! «t Drive: Detroit. Mich.. 338 Woodward Ave.: St. Louis. Mo.. Star Bldg. j . • Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be made for all tributes, cards i v *J thanks, resolution, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial i V newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their reader?! f from a deluge o£ space-taking memorials. Tho Star disclaims responsibility ! for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscript?. " i tf it : band haunts the brokerage houses i looking for a refined job: the wife! sits around feeling sorry for herself; and before long they hate the sight ! of each other. In the end. they bhm- < der into a ghastly tragedy. ' j Mr. Rourke has told his story very well, and the book provides a good ' deal of intelligent entertainment. j Published by Knopf, it sells for S2. Olive Roberts Barton I believe that one important source of confusion in a child's mind is in not explaining one thing thoroughly at a time. A mother recently was trying to show her small daughter how to play a game with card. She wanted to see how far she could get with casino, brush your brows daily and touch The small tot was a sort of prodigy " " 'rft 1: and could count and say her letters and so or, although she was just short of five. Mother tried to show her the difference between kings and queens and jacks. And how to count spots and match cards. If this sounds ridiculous to the reader pleace remember I am merely telling what happened. It was remarkable, the way Janie got the idea of matching cards that were alike. I was fascinated by her » ' By DK. MORRIS FISHBEIN Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association, and ot Hygeia, the Health Magazine That old proverb, "it's an ill wind • ..,' . ," it seems, applies even to the • ^depression. '* Perhaps one valuable result of hard times has been the way in which people on relief have been taught to se, " lect their diets to get the most good Out of them .1 In most communities, baskets prepared for the poor were arranged by dietary authoities who sought to combine in them not only essential food substances, but also "appetite appeal." There's no use giving someone foods that he simply cannot eat because he does not like them. Nutrition value comes not from the foods on a list . nor even from the foods in the basket, but from those actually taken by a family ^ You must remember that money spent for food not afterward eaten is wasted. In selecting diets for our•selves,. for the poor, or for invalids, - -_ — „., ,.„ therefore, you must choose foods that quick eye and the way her stubby- are not only necessary but also appeal I little hands scooped up a pair, laying them carefully upside clown on her pile. She would look hard at the "board,'' then at her hand, and put a six on a six or a ten on a ten. A bit awkward, and slow, but one could see her mental processes figuring with every ounce of concentration in her. i And she rarely made a mistake. i Increasing the Burden I Encouraged by her success, mother- thought she would go a step farther. She began to explain a few rules of the. game, such as taking an extra turn, "and building," which I knew j-was far beyond Janie. And said so: "Don't mix her up. You will have , her so confused she will forget what | j she has accomplished today. So much j is within her . grasp now, so please I don't spoil it. It may be years Before i she can understand game rules." j But this, it seems, was not the idea. [ She was to be taught a game, not merely trained in eye exercises. I knew then what would happend, and did. Janie was harangued about playing j out of turn; about not taking three • cards when she could have done so; I about this and that and the other- thing. It all seemed so silly to me. This is your newspaper. Writ* to it. Letters criflcUlntf tta'edl- torfn! policy or c<fmn>»nting upon jaofs in the news columns, are eqtinlly teelcom.e. C/ioo»e a topic everyone will be. interested in. Be brief. Avoid personal abuse. The world's greatest critics were pain- /u!fy polite. Ei.'rrv writer titmt tign hi» name and address. Editor The Stnr: Shall we'have legalized liquor or prohibition? This Is the question of the hour. People have no more right to alcohol thnn to narcotics. The enlightened judgment of mankind must put liquor, opium, and cocain in the snme category and recognize the responsibility of government to protect su- ciety from their ravages. WP had a whisky rebellion during Washington's administration. In n message to his commanding general, ho said this about the whisky interest: "If the minority, and a small one too, is sufficient to dictate to a majority after measures have undergone the most solemn discussion by the representatives of the people, and their will through this medium is enacted into a law. thorp can be no security for life-, liberty or property: nor if ihc laws are not to govern can any man know how to conduct himself with l»y roll of Millions nt dollars, *re wbuM be trite buying not; <5Wy o? liquor supplies, but store tutttilsh- Ings, office supplies, trucks oild oilier paraphernalia. Think of It. A state political machine, dickering arid tour- gaining with brewers and distiller*, for millions of dollars' worth of boozo annually. The intimate relations and negotiations between the most unscrupulous, debauching agency that ever cnme down the political pike, and n .-.tatc political machine can only be imagined. It would mean n carnival of corruption compared with which Kraft conditions now Would be as n pink lea to n barbecue. All of this camouflaged as government control of liquor. Vision if you cnn the kind of control it would be.- Politicians over the brewers or the brewers over Ihc politicians. Would there not be -an a. matter of fact a beautiful blending of desires, a merging of interests, a pnrtnosrhip in profits, u real happy comradeship; each for both and both for each. This, some would have us believe, would be taking the liquor traffic out. of politics. No political organization can he trusted with such intimate relations, with such unscrupulous interests! and in connection with n business so inherently contaminating and corrupting. In practical operation government sale would be a far more serious menace to Rood government than the old saloon ever was. A .state dls- pensiary would he a magnificent, stupendous success from the standpoint of men who make and seek to derive profit from the sa'Io of alcoholic beverages and from the standpoint of politicians who seek a system that will "Mlckey Mouse" of run! to "cash roister $140,000,000 In se'ven l/nlted Stoics alone, wm] receipts gross something 000 annually. CAR CUT AND GROt F(t ANY Cf BRYAN'S U«c ill South Laurel „ ,. oa , „,,„„ of v happiness of this country." Black-Draugj Good Repui The confidence people »| Block-Draught, built up ffl factory use so many years* In its being handed on from! eration to nnother. H mus| to have such a strong folldf Here is a typical rof| Black-Draught by a satisfie "Wo have- used Blnck-D twenty years," writes Mrs. arclson, of Hnrtshornc. 0)j mother has used it for fifl It is the best medicine I kjj thing about. 1 take it for S( ach and constipation, or w|j sluggish and bad. Blnck-D splendid to regulate th<8 cleansing them of waste mi ding them of constipation, to use it twenty-five more liyo and it gives satisfaction always given." Heated arguments occur about tem- ; spenkable failure. "The history of civil government £",'!£• ^^'.?^.^..^ ; -cf goven^n-ar-melnods^^ (lie like, all collateral issues, nil ;isidc ' £> I'm;, NT A Keep your rouge rather high on your cheekbones (don't use too much). to the appetite. Illustrating the manner in which relief authorities observe that rule, the • Illinois relief commission developed T 6mr standard dietaries planned for Todays Health Question Q.—Is tltere a *remedy for evil ' smelling perspiration? A.—Offensive perspiration, which njay or may not be associated with • excessive perspiration, is coinfined often to regions in which sweat is profuse and slow to evaporate, as in the deeper skin folds or clefts, Where there is special type of sweat gland. The disorder is often obstinate in yjeldjn? to treatment, which must be .cVrried out persistently. The parts should be washed twice a day with soap and warm water, dried thoroughly, then sponged lib- *erally with a solution o{ potassium permanganate in water '.! part in 2500) and, when this has dried, dusted with powdered boric acid. Lightweight underwear should be worn and changed c'aily. your lashes with a fait of mascara. Powder your chin ever so lightly and don't over-rouge your lips. If, on the other hand, your eyes are just so-so, but your mouth and chin are especially nice, omit mascara, apply rouge sparingly and lipstick lavishly. Wear dresses with plain, open- looking necklines. Stay away from Link Africa lo France KANPALA. Uganda.—I/ 1 }')—Relics of the "cave man" age. closely resemb- those fount! at Le Mnuslier. unearthed near frilly jabost and ruffled collars that hide your throat and part of your chin. Naturally, a good deal can bo done with hair which actualy is shininsb' FrancL '' hrwe ''«-'' healthy and perfectly groomed. If the ncro in equatorial Africa. They include hair- is beautiful, even a quite plain SC1 '°P 01 ' S ; i»<J other instruments, all in woman can be stunning. You can't P crf «<- condition. change your facial characteristics, but -«»•«»—-- you can improve the appearance of The production of machinery in Ger- your hair and plan interesting, atten- mr.ny jumped 210 per cent between lion-getting coiffures. January. 1033. and January 1!)3G. rR A NGF CASK 4 JU by Nard Jones t NEA |iJ36 ropAS [his doat after me sooner than we'd jui.i.A CRAIG, prettj TOUDR 'originally planned." •ccrcmnr to GEOHGE WOOD- i vl 'bi"^"jv'auuau. POHD. lawyer, to ambition* to I Hugo Nash had Deen waichlns become a niuiit oiui> ninccr. jniin and listening, nis sensual mouth alinrcn nn ttunrtmcnt irltb AMY !,,„!,,, SAMJI3RS. PR'PRR KRMP. Tonnsr N »n lire* ^vifli .lulfn lint tlii*-* minrrel nniT .Talln «Tprlnrr* *ln* Tipvf*i" *vnnf* ff* **cc bin? nsrtiln. \Vonrtfr»ril trlrr* n nnrfr nlinnrd h!« vnrlii nnil n*k* .Ynltn to romp r.lWKA fiTlR. rtnnnorf MH«I. "JO. SFTH. wiiintv* m'no VA<STI. ana noVAT, M^niTT. On hnnrd. .Inlln aunrtmcnt «Hb AM* twiBlet | with alcoholic cunning. ! Now he stepped nearer Payson, "I think," ho said to Woodford, "that this bird ts lying. There's some- ieven persons in e?.ch family. These Matching cards, yes. but not playing dietaries aie classified as general, ! a game with rules at her age. ^southern, Italian a'.id Jewish. Min trip lo in IIP iitiirli lonffpr (linn .1 *V«'OlC-"!Hl. Tin* *"noHf Innrt* nf Rvprcrrcon ffilrrr .Jnlin *»n<'Olln*f'n» TOM P\YSON TV-IIO lin* hpcii pnmnlne nn n ni-nrliv islnml. rfi- nflVrn in f">Tn !irr •*•.-! H\V:IT. To «lo Iliiw IIP tr!o« to hi-pnU Into flip Ttioh*'« li---!iht «n W noil ford. VOW T.O f>1 WITH TTIV2 STOHT T! XT Julia tfrnH Cln *-* trn folloivpr) the trio Into the bis ronm XVIir-n Heorcn WoodTord =aw th» two mf>mbpr= of his crew with Pnysnn hctworn them, hi? A certain amount of spaghetti is in- I matching. She put jacks on kings and sixes on eights. Aces confused her now where before she had been keen about noting the difference shapes men. He stooc! facing Nash a mo ment. his eyes gleaming with con tempt. And then, wordless, tie struck Nash hard with an open band. > Janie began to make mistakes in j fives roidoncil from their alcoholic ! "if you're anxious for a fight,' Her suspicion was that they UaO failed to arlso at all—Dut whon she went downstairs she found Obo lay- Ing a tire on the hearth and be told her that the "gentumen" had ?one befora the sun was up. Julia l.ookerl at the clock on the .mantel, its hands indicating 8:30. thing ^ queer about this whole | « Mr- woodford asked me to tell thing." > you they'd want a good breakfast-," Payson's cheeks had been flushed. I sno sa jj_ but now they turned suddenly scar j obo sr | nnet ] happily. "Yes, lot and ne started toward NasL : jti ss i e . O bo always uave good with his lists clencned. But as DS ; breakfasts." stepped forward the two men i She folt a | lttlo crusuec i at this caught his arms again and brought | rema rk. and was forced to smile lilm to a helpless standstill. NasD i to DC vscK. And then, as sh* chose this auspicious moment to thought of Torn Payson. der smile accept the challenge, With as , fa( j cd qu | C | { j y . n af ) he cone back much strength as he could muster j to (1 j s own ,." am p | ast nlslit? he brought his tlsl against Pay j »i- vn got to f lnd him," she told son's mouth. J herself. • The women screamed, and Royn: j » • « Nesbitt hurried Between the two j wou , d have tef( ^ ^^ "^ thon. but .Mrs. Joseph np^ared on the balcony and called down n in the 'Jietary for each group, bat macaroni appears only in the Italian and general lists, and is eliminat- souint. ho said icily, "nobody's holding rae. ed from the southern and Jewish and colors. diets. The Italian group also is allow- j Making Matters Worse ed extra portions of macaroni, as well ! "Why, dear, you aren't paying any as vermicelli. j attention," said her mother. "What is The general, southern, and Jewish ' tne matter? Can't you remember any "What's all this?" he said j Nasu." "V7e found him trylnp to <;pt Into Nash rubbed his smarting cheek tho radio room, sir," said ono of "There's enough trouble here." he faltered at last," "I'll I'll talk This fl = tonlshed Woodford more i co vou laten " than ever. "Into the radio room?" Yes." diets includes two pounds of spaghetti more?" rio looked at Payson "What for?" nuickly. demanded. Then, before Payson a month, whereas the Italian list in- :cludes 15. The general diet provides I would stop, if I were you." ad- j 3O1 .; Ifl answer. 'Tyhafs vour nnme? vised the oracle, "before she gets it i "Payson George Woodford said "There's been quite enough trouble. Take this man out lofty good morning. "I'm famished." the woman con rcRsed. malting bor way regally down the staircase. "I'm afraid I quite forgot to have dinner last 1 hone thf boys hrlnp In 1* srottlnf: brr>nlt Julia told tier. something delicious from thoir hunting trip." "1 think Otm fast ready now," "Indeed?" There was much Implied In the dence. When a child is moved too I ^ chance." fast and has too many things explain- j .. Co al]on(] tl)cn> .- sa|() Woodford quantities of navy beans, which do not I into her heatl tnat sne ean ' t sort out I 1" ic! ' :ly appear in the southern diet. | numbers any more and loses confi- j " le ^ whole_ thine if you'll give me The Jewish li.,t provides no pork and be^ns, but does have a good allowance of lima beans. Moreover, the Jewish diet list includes four cans of sar- confusion, and besides may cause the i dines, t othree in the Italian and two i ^°^ °f what she has gained before." in the southern lists. j Of course, rny friend called m • allowances thn ' school-marmish. "That's ed all at once it mvaribaly leads to . ans ,. ily It he tries to get aboard the Wood w °r<i. Julia soused that the «'ldow •nld tho voungnr man I Nymph again, just bold Him there "BB asBuming that Julia, n, th« And (M like to esplaln nnd notify me." Obeying, the two members ot the yacht's crew led Payson out ot the lodge. He did not looli at Julia as be left. If ne bad. ne ivoulci have noticed that ner eyes were for the aha tiacl "Oo ahead and explain." your men say tha< j iiJ' ro cd"wYtii get into the radio roon, they're qU He correct. Hut the i companion nt the host, hnd or dcrod nroixktast in the absence ot Wood ford She sensed nlsc thin the widow iv.'is assuminc the =llna- Hon and rescntlm; it. tno In a siultlnn Hash. Julia roc-n^nizert thf ?ourcp of tbl? siranrro womnn's nn happiness—an unhnpplnc 1 :? thai to these allowances, the ' sc -— i infprpnrp (= thnt rliav ^iimhi mo southern list includes four pounds of ', "School-marmish?" cried I. "That's i I '',?"" ,f ro ).„,,% f s '., , ru T« salt pork, which does not appear at all , J usl wllal >' ou havt ' be e» "Ting your- i ore < 1 '"" 7 ? " lf ° 't- whltlh lsn l trua on any of the other diet lists. i selr - ' think tho trouble with much! " rle told mn De ' d ? ivc me 25 | education is in piling up too many,! bucks If I'd let bim In." said one . , u |nk 1 see through | things at once, before children have j of the men belligerently. | you'll give yourself away." [a chance to set single ideas clearly.: Woodford amllcd unpleasantly ' And firmly in their minds. There are | *«<" "« - K ue,v ,« suroW ' vvas who caused bim. Cintra Uee SBV> , Julia's glance following i'ayson i vvas a POMPPFive woman: a woman from the room, and she whispered quickly: "Easy there, Julia. I this—and A Book a Day By Bruca Catton Julia nodded, her face white. She pay my men too well for any- j saw WoodCord walking toward „..„ ! many smart children who started out | one to bribe them. Payson. Why • T,' , m e ' */ * i well but became confused on the way Wheo a rich man and his wife stum- i and seemed to lose what they had ap- ble into a depression and wake up to | P a «srUly learned thoroughly in the find themselves flat broke, one of two i past things is apt to happen. They may j discover that their marriage has been i -s«. - "~ ! fundamentally a floy from the start, j given spurious life by the fact that; they had a potful of money; or the' shock may drive them closer to ea^h ! other and give them, in the end, more- \ real happiness than they had when {hey were rich. ' "Haven for the Gallant," by Thomas i Bwrke. is a novel which examines! both of these possibilities. It tells J about two young married couples who I niake the trip from wealth to poverty I Every woman has one feature- thai i sa = e #t breafoicck speed. I should be emphasized to make it. ap- , ! One couple takes it on the chin, and! pear even better and to draw atten- lilfes it. They move out of their fancy j lion away from less lovely ones. This city Apartment to a tiny cabin in a j is a bit <i£ makeup art thai all ac' tresses practice, and one which each Alicia Hart were you so anxious to get at the , .^ sorry th|s ^ tQ happoni .. "I waiitefl to send a message." I !le salc1 ' "Why didn't you ask me?" sus i •" It/s — lt>s been a liule »r i3el gcsted Woodfortl. ling." said Julia weakly. "If you "1 naturally assumed you were | (ion ^ mltlu - * lnluU I/1J BO up 10 aboard the Doat. When 1 found ! i)C(1 -" you weren't 1 tried to get pennla- I • » .« sion from one ot the men." w/OODFOItU patted her shoulder nodded. Julia saw " "Sure, go " of us should work on ;it home. For instance, if you have- large di.rk tyes. don't spt-nil tirnc v/orrying about Jfew Jersey fishing village. The young husband takes to trapping eels, digging clams, netting crabs, and raising truck, and the young wife in and helps him. I a thick chin or a noj-x- whicl Ifs all hard work, not very distin- turn too far up or flown. Get busy I guished socially, but they get by— with comb, hairbrush, mascara and and they suddenly discover that rouge and figure out a way to make they're getting a lot more fun out of I your nice eyes a true focal point of Kfe. marriage, and each other than j interest. • they ever dreamed of before. I Draw your hair backward from your > The other couple folds up. The hu->- forehead and upper part of your face. • Woodtoro nodded. Julia saw that too many cocktails bad made biro difficult and nasty. "You tried to get permission tor $25. 1 tbjnk It's odd you didn't ask the Captain. Come on. Payson What's your game? What was this raes- wanted to get through?" « » • AT the other's unpleasant attl- -* Hide Payson straightened and bis cheeks UusUed with anger •'After all. Mr. Woodford. ibis Isn't a polica court, you know." "But that's my yaclit, Payson. This is my Island, and these are ujy men, Vou can't get away wltb anything." "I wasn't trying 10 get awaj right ahead, Julia We men folk are rising earl; tor a bunting trip In tbe morning. We'll be back about 9 or 10-so.you see to it that Obo Ims a good orcak fast ready!" As Julia moved toward the stair. Cintra said ID a low »oice, "It Uie men (oik can bold a bead on any thins tomorrow It'll oe a wonder." And when Julia bad undressed nervously earl climbed into oerj she was inclined to agree with Cin tra. That night sbe slept (ilfully. and in ttid morning :tic was grateful tor a cold shower wuicb and she could never ne hnppy on thla earth. Julia wns elm] when Cintra np- poared at last, yawn In p Indolently Tho slender dancer nad hardlj reached the oottorn ot the stair? when there was a commotion out ••"Ide and Woodford pushed open the door from the porch. HP was =wpprmirie Nosbltl on one arm. and Julln saw that Nash too, was helping to hold Royal erect. Cinlra's hand flew to her mouth and stiff stifled a little cry "It's all rislu." Woodforrt «aifi helping Nesbilt into the room "Just a little accident." Nesbftt's face was white as be looked toward Cintra and smlleil served it." h<? said weakly "1 left the others inrt started threshing around In the bush Hugo mistook me tor n doer, nat urally." vVoodforrJ sal .Vesbltt on (he blp leatber davenport. "Just i clip on the shouldnr." tip said 'Out we'd better start oack this morning Uon't tvuiit to tnl;e a chatice on any infection " lu an instant the widow was at Nesblu'f -ide. tenderly rurnoviuf; Uls leatber minting wclieu Bu: her a little and made up tor a oau i Cintra Lee only stood staring, ner more complete failure than that which tures and produced their worst re- bition does this better tluui any nther yet tried system. If anyone has a method thai will not break down please name it. "I am mor control." says some one. Yes. tli'is is fine in theory, but a signal failure when put in practice. Other men and women, honest and sincere in their convictions, want state control or a state dispensary. The brewers and the distillers want this system too. Tho old license liquor system has been too generally condemned. They it was who conceived the idea of having the government act as their selling agent. This would be fine for them; nothing to do but sit back and make their poison as the (,'overnment would do all the buying and selling. This would also be a fine system for the politicians. The, administration of a state dispensary would be in the hands of a b'unch of politicians. There would be thousands of jobs to be filled, jobs peculiar, congenial to political hangers-on, with a suits under legislation enacted wilb the avowed object of contruling them and making them revenue produc- " JOHN C. TIMBERLAKE. Jan. 27. 193G Hope, Ark. Silver coins worth (about 30 cents) and five milreis nickel coins worth 300 reis (about two cents) will make their appearance in Brazil soon under a bill approved by the finance committee of the chamber of deputies. WANTEU-HEAD1NG BOLTS White Oak—Whisky and Oil grade. Ovcrcup, Post Oak and Red Oak; Round Sweet Gum Blocks For prices and specifications, See HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark, SEEDS - PLAN r •Everything for Field and ( Including supples, inscctii spray materials, etc. For Heavy Yields Use'J SEMESAN Monts' Seed Stoi 110 E. 2nd St. For All Kindt'! INSURAN! Sco Roy Ande and Comii CLEANING' REBLDCKINtii ,A REAL />f various hat blocks 'able us to ovate Ycni Property A prove*. PHONE 3 8 5 IS YOUR KITC ; stretch oj nourg in ihe jtrangH j 1 Uave a camp on room. She realized tbat she must with anything. the next Island. lug to notify a oiao at the seals- ; morning, (or sbe nadn't neard ihc meat that i wauied uiiu 19 brLn^ i weo depart on tneU buniing t was simply cry j bave slept ai least a little to wan; Hugo Nasfc. ;jps ualt open and trembling Shp was iiarina oot at Nesbitt uui ai Instinctively Julia went to ner. ('i'u lie YOUR HUSBANDS OFFICE? Maybe your husband is unusual. Perhaps he never grumbles if meals are not on time. If he doesn't, then hold on to him. Because men like that are as rare as precious jewels. Many husbands rush home from the office and expect to find their wives fresh as a daisy and a perfect dinner all ready to serve. But too often the kitchen is about as modern as an 1888 tintype. If his office were just half as obsolete, he'd still be there getting out the day's work. If the typewriter is of very ancient vintage, he doesn't expect much of the letters written on it. But he thinks that a steak can be broiled to perfection and a light fluffy lemon meringue pie can be made in the stove that mother had when he was just a little boy. The kitchen is your workshop. You should keep it as pleasant and as efficient as possible. It's amazing what a difference a modern gas range, an Electrolux and a new- type automatic water heater can make. And natural gas is such a useful servant. It cooks, it heats, it refrigerates. It's clean, convenient and economical. Let natural gas and its helpers make your home. work quicker and easier. L9UJSIAN* CAS CO,

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