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PAGEfOtift BLYTHEV1LLE, (ABK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1930 THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO,, PUBLISHERS : 0. K. BABCOCK, Editor H. W. HA1KES, Advertising Manager Sole National Advertising Representatives: The Thomas P. Clark Co. Inc., New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas, San Antonio, San Francisco, Chicago, St. Louis. Published Every Aiternoon Except Sunday. Entered as second class matter at the post office at Blythevllle, Arkansas, under act of Congress October 9, 1917. Served.by the United. Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier In the city of Bljiheville, 15o per week or $6.50 per year in advance. By mall within a radius of 50 miles, $3.00 per year, *1.50 for six months, 85o lor three months: by mail In postal zones two to six, inclusive, $6.50 per year, In zones seven ».;S eight-, $10.00 per year, payable In zt-n'Viis. Where Depression Hurts ^ The failure of prosperity may be worrying the government of this country, lint the problem ;tl Washington is as nolliing compared with the problem faced in certain governments south of tli-j Isthmus, of Panama. In the United States, a business depression is npt to bring an! unfavorable result at tlie polls, but in South America it is apt to briii!,' on a revolution. It is hardly too much lu say that practically all of the current South American revolts originated in trade depressions 1 . Cilb.uis of any country get restive \vhcn Inisine.-w is had, but iu Latin America they gel downright violent. It is foolish, of course, for* any country to blame hard times on the government iij pcnvfr. But at least (he situation here isn't as bad as it might be. Just suppose that our disillusioned voters were rushing to the iinnoritis instead of to the ballot box! Our Drouth Exhibits When Congressman Will Driver viewed the agricultural and livestock exhibits at the Mississippi county fail- last week he remarked that the drouth relief authorities btltev not be allowed to sec what farms in this vicinity had produced this year or there would be little chance of any aid coming to this county. The congressman, of course, was speaking jocularly, but his remarks gives emphasis to the tragedy in our farm .situation. The drouth relief authorities or anyone else viewing the exhibits at the fair would have little idea that anyone living upon a farm in Mississippi county might suffer thh winter for lack of food for man or beast. The variety and the (|tiality of the products there displayed certainly gave the imprcssioa th?.*, they were gathered in a land of plenty. But it is none-lhe-loss true that a difficult winter is in prospect for a gond many farm dwellers of this county. And tils drouth and the low price of cotton, while perhaps the direct and immediate cause of their predicament, are not the root of the matter. The drouth made the growing of food OUT and feed more difficult than in normal years but, as the fair exhibits showed, it certainly did not make it impossible. The low price of cotton has made ready money scarce, hut it ditl not create a food and feed problem for those who followed a fond and feed program designed to supply them with plenty mid to spare. The farniuv whose exhibits Congress- •Tnaii Driver saw at the fair are not going to suH'cr the coming winter. Farmers who follow their methods in the future will have equal protection against .such calamities as half-price, half-crop cotton. The Windmill Cuba M. Higdon. fxln foiinlnln ond I would (lm-c tirst class barbers to I'm nulling in a like to hire two m .shave ico for me. :(. .Y. :{. Folks. I'm coins to let you In on a little iccrel :u:d plr.isc do no! say ;i word to anybody else about it. A friend of mine got fired at the- ice plant llils morning. Ho told me not to mention II, tnul I'm not. •Y. .Y. :(, I met Win a llltlc while a-jo find I told him that 1 was i-orry he lost the Job. "Sorry about what?" blurted he. "W'.io sa'.d I lost. the. job! I never lust the job, nt all. No, I know Just exactly where It Is. The (rouble is, the Job lost me." * * * I was standing on the .street cornur last night mid a couple o[ (cllnvs were over on the next corner Oalkiiii;. One said, "the moon is full to-night, ain't It?" Some fellow, who was a short distance away and busily engaged In holding up a reeling lamp pcsl. said, "ycz. (hlc) too bad, but (hlc) some of ush will get (hlc) too much, sometimes." * * * Being that we can get permanent waves, wouldn't it bo nice If us men could get permanent shaves? The Cooltdgcs recently celebrated their silver, wedding anniversary, but the silence was gulden. Tint invetlignticn to determine who Is responsible for depressing r.'.ock prices is resolving itself largely inlo :i bea r hunt. Haughty Philadelphia baseball fans now refer to the Great Gabby ns Easy (Street. The cake which President Hoover found so delicious im his Cltivclmid trip was baked by an 11-year-old boy. If we understand correctly the nature of .voting folks, credit, must be given the \oimg chef for resisting eating it himself. Tom Thumb golf has Just been Introduced in England. If it prunes us successful thcro as it has here, perhaps it will tnke them out of the du)e they art: iu. Nearly six tens of macaroni were cxpoutcd from this country last year. Advice to consumers: Cheese it. The couple dancing their way across the con- tii^r/, are understood to have Adopted as their slogan: "A mile a minuet.' 1 SIDE GLANCES By George Clark "That's the third girl that's thrown me over because I've go( to leave and go to work just when they're ready to step out for » night of miniature golf." WASHINGTON LETTER Yon Never Can Tell What Will-feeling that Robert J. Bulkley, we Happen in Election Campaigns—; Dtmccrnt, will defeat Senator Ros New York May Name n Kepulili-: ccc McCiiHoch. the dry Republican can Governor, Wliilc Ohio, III!-' Republicans in those citirj? ai nris and Pennsylvania May Viitc nften more wet than Republica fc r Democrats i Bitlkloy has been winning tl slrav.' votes. McCulloch apparent BY RODNEY UUTCHEK ! will have to depend on large ma NEA Service Writer j jcritics from the smaller con WASHINGTON—Strange things j munities. strongholds of the Ant have been happening In the | Saloon Ltasjue. Despite Iho cor election campaign, giving rise '.o fldcnce of Democrats and wets in such ordinarily freakish thoughts i Bulkley - victory, however, it Is we thin, a Republican governor con be lo remember the hard cold fac elected In New York and that Dem-: that Hoover carried the suite over ccrntlc senators curr lie elected In Oliio and Illinois—with possibly a = WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON = Mary, the Mother of Jesus The International t'liifuim Suri- ay School fusion for Ocl. 12. 'ary, the Mother uf JKUS. Luko 15-19; John 2:1-5; 10:^5-21. iiy \VM. E. (JII.KOV, I). I). idilor of Tlie Cangrcgatluiulht Concerning Mary, the Mother of esus, we do not know a great deal aclual fad and detail, bul we in come to very real conclusions om the narrative of Hie New estameiit. We have, first of all, the clrcum- ances of the birth of Jssus—a ory> with all ihc beauty of moih- ly devotion and suggestive in ev- ry way of the quality of -Mary's xpericnce. The strange events might easily avc created in her a spirit of self ride, but apparently their only ftcct was to (jdckcu \viliiln her II the Instincts of gentleness and oodncss and the aspiration for lUhteousiicAS. The record of her cac'.ion to these experiences is ery simple, yet very expressive. She kept ail these things and londered them in hc-r hcan." Then there is very little detail n the record until the loss of tin hild Jesus and the discovery of Ilm in (lie temple disputing with he doctors. When Mary is re- >roachful toward the boy, we sense he keenness of her fears and he-r oy at His recovery. Bul how-her icart must have beaten al the ilrangencss and mystery cf His vords, "Wist ye not that I mubi be about My Father's business"! We can easily understand the itrangcness of the experience that nust have developed through the governor In Pennsyl- An orchestra pl-ayer nt n Spanish bull fight fr-11 tn the ring and was gcrcd. The bull probably was anxious to show how the horns should be played. • • -" j!,,] Th? more we hear cf certain programs over the ether the ICFS we wonder why tin anesthetic was named nflcr It. Williams HOLD THAT DRAVJIW' so x CAM SEE. rru- NIO, MOT Vco -a WAS '* A Democratic vania. I-erhaps none* of lh(v>c tilings will come to pass, but it takes such possibilities to pep up a campaign. Widespread Interest in tiie New- York gubernatorial contest is due both to the part prohibition lias been playing in politics up there and lo the fact '.Iiat if the Republicans happen to win, the Democrats of the country will have, to =tart looking for a 1032 presidential candidate with a grand free- for-all in prospect. Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt Is standing for re-election, opposed by U. S. District Attorney Charles H. TutllB of New York City. Tuttle Is a strong candidate, anyway, and the recent disclosures of praft among Tammany leaders in Now York have provided him with neat issue because Tammany is such an important, part of the New- York Democracy. He has come out for the rc|M?al of thq Eighte&nth Amendment, ridding himself of the dismal drawback of being a dry or straddling candidate in a distinctly wet state. The big threat to Tuttlo. one very likely to defeat him. is the plan of Ihe drys lo run an independent candidate who will cut into the upstate O. O. P, vole. The Tammany llnndir.-ip RcoscvelL, now regarded as a probable presidential nominee in 1032, finds himself faced with the l.ict that Tammany votes are n icqulsitc- for victory but that Tammany politics is his main handicap. He must lake a firm stand against Tammany corruption but still can't afford to gel Tammany unduly incensed at him. As long as Tiillle is wet he- can't dcper.il on n.any- wet Republican votes, us '.ic am; Al Smith have in the past. He Is Smith in 1323 by a majority of more than 750,000 ami that Senator Fre defeated his Democratic op- j-pcnent r.iat yea r by about 500,000. Illinois Is Puzzle Illinois went for Hoover by 450,000 nnd pave Senator Glcnii n'ma- ' Many Responsibilities If the indications of Scripture, and the assumptions based upon various references, arc correct, other children came into the home at Nazareth, and Mary had other responsibilities; but back of all her motherly experience and beneath all (he care of the home, manifestly there was this mystery of the child whose spiritual genius she must have perceived and whos2 place of destiny she must have sensed though she did not, know what was going to happen. Then oi'.e can imagine her thoughts and her feelings as Jesus begun His public ministry, as she felt the beauty of His thoughts and of His words but felt also deep misgiving and fear in her soul, as she saw Him compelled, even in His first ptiuiic words at Nazareth, to flee for safety from those who would have persecuted Him foi blasphemy. The experiences of tlie few years of that earthly ministry must have been fraught with deep joy ami with deep sadness for Mary. Then came the climax which more than anything else, reveals the greatness jorily cf about 275,000. The Illinois i fi^ht lorks like a horse race, but'. Democrats here are even more con- „ of Mary— her courage, her devotion fidcnt of electing J. Ham Lewis over -Mrs. Ruth Hamu McConnick than of electin Bulkley in Ohio. ivorst wo; The simple reference is so im bedded in the narrative that probably fe-w people read it witli iutel- ccrns the number of dry votes the Anti-Saloon League can pui! lo it.s iudcuerclr-nt candidate, Mrs. Lottie O'Neill. Hc r next greatest concern is the question hov, many voters cppose the idea of having a woman senator and how many are opposed to Mrs. Mc- Ccrmick in particular. In Washington, Mrs. McConnick has; lost much sympathy because rhc employed detectives io shadow Chairman Nyc of the Sunate prlimry ir>,vrstii!.itir.B committee and then boldly defied Nyc to do' scmcthing aboir_ it. Illinois voters, however, may r cjard her as just 'a tpuiiky little gal from home who ! isn't letting a bunch of senatorial smnrt-alecks put anything over on her. Pennsylvania gave Hoover 2,00,OCO votes,to Smiili's l.OmO.COO and in 1920 gave John S. FiS'ie,- 1,100,COO voles lo his Demccratlc opponents 3ti5,000. Tn the face of for n wcaker wonml WCLlld ^^ of all that it implied, but in have collapsed under the strain I', Text: Luke 2:15-10; John 2:1-5; 19:25-27. A'.id it came to pass, ns the an;e]s were gone away from them nto heaven, the shepherds said one to another, Ltt us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this th'ing which is come to pass, which the Lord hath made known unto ns. And they came with haste, and found Mary and Joseph, ami the babe lying in a manner. And when they had seen it. (hey made known abroad the say- Ing which was to'.d them concerning this child. And all they that heard it wondered at those things which were told them by the shepherds. But Mary kept nil these things, and pondered them in her heart. * * * And the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; and the mother cf Jesus was there: And both Jesus was called, and his disciples, to the marriage. And w : lu-n they wanted wine, the mother of Jesus said unto him, They have no wine. Jesus saith unto her, Woman, what have I to do with thcc? mine hour is not yet come. His mother saith unto the servants, Whatsoever lie saith unto you, do 11. « « 3 Now there atcod by the cross of Jesus his mother, and his moth-" er's sister, Mary the wife of Clcoplias, and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus therefore saw his mother, and (he disciple standing by, "whom he loved...lie sailh unto his mother, Woman.. behold thy son! Then Eaith he to 'lie disciple. Uphold thy molhrr! And 1 from that hour that disciple took her,unto his own home. What courage she must have pos-1 Can one think of such an experience even in its sadness with- • story of the Crucifixion, in describing those who were present at the last agony of our Lord, we may be that she did not realize the meaning of Calvary for the world. It may be that her faith have the simple statement. "Then.' i was overwhelmed in that sad hour. stem! uy the cross of Jesus Ills mother." What Courage! HOW much that tells us about Mary! We think of the power of that mother love that gave her strength to follow • all the way to the cross that she might be near her son in His sufferings and in His dying hour. fortunate, however, in the fact that voters seldom gel excited ;i ! .:out ccnnp'.ion and Ihe odds scorn to remain somewhat in his f:ivo:-. Everyone who has been 0:11 in I scat the large cities of Ohio reports a I him but she knew with poignant reality the meaning of Calvary for her. She experienced what motherhood has again and again sutfered. and in (hat hour of the Crucifixion it is well to remember nbt only tiie Christ on the cross but His mother, who stood nearby and wlio bore all the pangs of the cross in her own soul. out tlie consciousnes like the greatness that attaches to Jesus. The wonder of His goodness, and the reality of His power to save, are all associated witli tho mother who bore Him, who nurtured Him, who taught Him to spcnk and to pray, who led Him to the treasures of religion, and who followed with Him all the way :o His triumphant death that she might share in the world's redemption and in the triumph of His resurrection. the effect of shortness. When the |of the back on any atlempt at row- Shanghai scon as a result of person walks for a long psrioci of time with this condition, the b=nes of the spine gradually curve to ing. When h2 was stripped and spine studied, there was a slight accommodate the change In strain.! deviation to the right side. A care- After these compressions or : ful measurement of the legs show- curvatures take place, the person i eel Ihnt the; right leg was onc.-t|uar- is likely to suffer with pain In the back so severe as to be incapacitat- Icr of an inch shorter than the left. The heel was raised one-eighth of an inch on Ihe right and lowered known reek-ribbed Republicanism [is in the use of adhesive strapping j cue-eighth of an inch on the left. it is almost Impossible to Imagine or the wearing of a brace which,The young man again took up alh- sucli majorities nnd the slate's well ing. Tile only relief for such pain that Mr. Hcmphill, the Democratic candidate, will be defeating Gillord Pinrhct, fo r th<\ governorship. Nev- irth?lcs~. the strong Republican Vare machine is said to be co;n- t'ni::j the wets ngaiiu.t ynd there will be no such C. O. i'. majorities this year 1 in the gubernatorial tight. Bass Vare's hatred of Pincliot is deep and bitter, dating back be- yord the time I'inchol helped hinder him ircm taking the Senate which the Senate never let iclps to take seme of the strain off jlctics wearing a ru:arlpr-inch wedge Ll:e bones that have been twisted into new positions. Dr. J. T. Hugh cites a case in which a young man 17 years of age was forced to give up athletics bc- in the heel of his right shoe arc! was successful with his team. FOK1) MAY EXTlilt CHINA SHANGHAI. IUP»— A Ford as- vesligations conducted here by \V. C. Cowling of Delroit. it was Learned after Cowling had interviewed various National Government offi- paln in the lower part scmblmg plant may built in Spain. WANT "XONSEXSf LONDON. (UP)— Walter Henri- Whittle left instructions in his will lliat there was to Us "no nonsense" at his funeral, no "s.vj array" and to tury him at sea \vhie.-; he termed "my chum cf 30 years." Wireless telegraph H'rvice 1ms been establish?d between Buenos Aires and Chilean cilice and with Minor Spinal Defects Are Seldom Seriously Harmful | By DH. MOKUIS ri.Slllir.lN j In many instances the child al Editor, Journal nf Ihe American : birth has an imperfection of the Medical Association, :iinl of Hy- I lower portion of the spine which Kcia, the Health MaKa/inr brcome-s apparent only when stress It Is now recognized lh:,t at '.cast I associated with manual labor in 85 per cent of people have some adolescence is applied lo the def;c- abnormalily or variation in the i live area. position of the bDr.es of the i-;)ln? ' It must also be recognized that I or of the large bones which lorm ' as men or women become oldc-r.! the pclvL':. |lhcrc is a tendency to put on more i In the vast majority of os-.-s weight and lirai this brhin* about j I these minor variations from per- • additional pressure oil parts of the i ifeclion cajise no harm. In an <-cca- bony r-kelrton nol capable of tak-. ' sionnl case the spot of abnonmlity j ing care of the • added strain, suddenly yields to some unusual • When a woman goes through strain and becomes rc-sixmbible for | childbirth, there are additional : j persistent tackache. j strains on various portions of her • The possibilities o! variation, nre (anatomy. Thus utter childbirth i'. innumerable and tl'.e only u.iy in :m«y become necessary to supply ! which one may surely Judc,' their ' especially nude corsets or braces i presence or absence is by thf mak- |to take'care of the unusual loose- ling of an X-iv.y plate \vlw: re-:ness m - the abnormal anatomical ; veals the situation perfectly, it is I conditions. 'net possible to rely on c:u. /.ate. Sometimes one leg may be s!lght- i taken Irom one position: rcvorallly shorter than another or may bo .; X-ray plates must be made in ,crippled through an accident so as various positions, ito cause a contraction which gives NOTICE Cotton Farmers Don't sell your cotton at these low prices--— rou 9c middling We will loan on your 7-t cotton SEE or Ira Hardawi Crawford

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