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PAGE fOUK BLYTHBV1LLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 1,%| CTE BLYTHEMLLE COURIER NEWS ^5» eonam n*w* oo. —— c. a BABCOOK. •'- '.8. W. HAMSB, MHMd.1 . Me NitiCMl JumrtaUnt K«nriieot«ttTCi: •'••TfahiifiM P>lllttj Ipf. KtW York, CbJd Dttntt, St. Loute, DiUM, KMUM Ctty, UtUt Bock. Fublfcbed Brer? Afternoon gxoept Sund»y. u aecood clui mittci it lie post ofllw at BlyttwvlU«, Ar- ;answ, under «ct of Congreu 0*EZ. tober B, 1917. Served bj the OnlWd Pna. may be that this 'development tan serve as the foundation atwie for a whole decade of prosperity. —Bruce Catton. SIDE GLANCES By George Clarkj BUBSCHIPTIOrl RATKS B; cttrter in tne City of aytnevUl*. 1st per week or KM p*r je»r In «drane«. By mill within t ndliu ot SO mile*, 19.00 P* «»r tl.W for six montlu, 880 for three month*; by mall in posUl torn* two to six, IncluJilve, WJO .per year, In rones seven *nd «lght, 110.00 od jw, paytbte to .arant*. Electricity Suggests a New Way Out That electrical equipment .scheme evolved by the Tennessee Valley Authority miRht he worth another look. There is just a chance that it could offer us the way to one of those great industrial booms that sc.t the wheels humming all across the country. By making arrangements to finance consumer purchases of electrical c<|uii>- meht, and also by seeing to it that unlimited quantities of choaji electric power are available, the government hopes to extend the use of- electricity in the home to a greater extent than anything previously drcamej of. » And if the Tennessee Valley experi- 'ment works, and proves contagions, the groundwork would be laid for a vast industrial.revival. .. • ' • • * So far there is hardly it home in the country that makes the maximum potential use of electricity. There are ciectrici refrigerators, electric stoves, electric mangjes, electric vacuum sweepers, electric heaters, and so on through a long list—but how many homes are equipped with all of them'.' Only an insignificant minority. Suppose, now, that through cheaper electricity rates and cheaper equipment, electrification of the home really gets under way as a national movement; suppose, for example, Ihjtt some 15 OR:20 million householder? begin to spend around $500 apiece or butter on electrical equipment. You don't have to meditate very long to sec that this would touch off a' business boom of enormous proportions. A dream of that kind mny smind a bit over-optimistic. It can be objected, of course, that 20 million householders might have difficulty in finding ?60t> apiece to spend on electrical c<(ui|>- ment. Still, an even larger number of citizens managed to find th<-l much money to buy automobiles in the decade ol' the twenties. If it happened once, it can happen again. Senator George W. Morris, who fathered the whole Muscle Shoals experiment, believed thai clveap power and cheap equipment will open up "a new world" for America. There is better than ;ui outside chance that he is entirely right. It Crop Values Up • That someUiiiiK preHy substantial actually has been done to better the condition of the farmer is shown by the U. S, Bureau of Agricultural Economics crop report for 1033, recently issued in Washinrlo 1 :. This report shows that the value of the nation's farm produce in 1933 jumped fully $1,000,000,000 over the figures for 1032. Total value of all farm e>'ops grown in the United Slates in 1« is set at slightly better than HOOO.OOO.OOO— as compared with a 1!W!J valuation of approximately §2,879,000,000. II is worth remembering, too, that this increase look place in spile of diminished production—or perhaps, if the farm doctors at Washington are correct, liecacye of it. Total volume of crops for the year was; unusually low. liv one way or another, farm prices have 'taken a healthy Iwnsl.'' Whether • this happened because if or in spite of the federal farm program, it is a good omen, for Ihe future. Declining Aristocracy The pressure which a changing world puts on an established society seldom was better illustrated than in the recent decline of Kr.ijlaiid's old and blue-blooded G'rosley family. This family was one of the last in •Englaqd to remain in po.-wession of an estate 'granted in the time of William the Conqueror. For 28 generations the family had made it,* home on this estate. It had seen Knglaml develop from u feudal kingdom to an industrial democracy, had seen ruling dynasties come and go, and il had liecn itself unchanged. Hut now the end has come. Rcon- oinic conditions have forced Hie family to put the estate up for yale. It lias been bought, according to cable dispatches, by a real csUte. man "for speculative purposes." Changing limes and business depressions have ctil wide swaths in England's aristocracy. Tr.: breaking, of this tie with feudal days is a symbol of the shift which English society is undergoing. von let Marvin go right on dunking 1 THIS CURIOUS WORLD > (^^^••••l*MMMMMMMMMBMVaBa>i^BniMA^Mi«4M*^*«^ K ^ M ^i taM ' William! JelUv, then the pa iage and telegram came In. Yoi arc so good to us and so ihout^ful and 1 never tirarrt so much good advice as your letter contained Archibald says we should have (tils letter put In a frame, onci hau I where we would be sure and stc- 11 everyday though lie says the diy of large families u> over. It was so sweet of you to send Junior tsc little dress. The fnct that you: mother won till* dress when slit was about Junior's will make us. prize this dress above all the livings you have sent us. Von may rest assured thai if we get our Affairs in shape sn thst we cm get started going to church, we will let Junior wear this dress, at least, one Sunday. Archibald says that if conditions continue to improve we are going to ask you to get our church letters and serri' them to us. We have been thinking we would do this for the past four or five years hut it looks like every year con- dillons did not, improve. Archibald says its been that way till about tlie middle of lost year, ever since a Mr. Hoover went to Washing- Ion. Last night we spent ten or fifteen minutes seriously discussing whether or not we would send for hte letters and as soon as we decide definitely, I will write you We hope you will have good health and much happiness all this year Adolescent Girl Requires Careful Parental Guidance DENMARK, SAW A WHITE CRO&S IN THE-SKV/ AT THE TIME, HE WAS ENGAGED IN WARFARE., AND THE SKiN WAS: CONSIDERED AS COMING FROM HEAVEN, SO HE. ADOPTED THE CROSS FOR THE DANISH FIAS. WAS FOUND TO BE THE. MOST SUITABLE SUBSTANCE FOR. USE IN HOUR GLASSES, BECAUSE IT FLOWS AT A CONSTANT SPEED UNDER. VARYING DEGREES OP PRESSURE. SAN' FRAKCISCO (UP)—A lavfii memorial (liinkinc fountain fo: horses and clogs has been erecte< on the area: Highway, at tlie edge of the city limits, by tlie San Fianekco Society for the Prcven tion of Cr.ielty to Animals. It wa: the first drinking; fountain for an inials erectcil here in many years . MET DEATH WHEN ANTLERS 6ECAME ENTANGLED IN A K »*. SERVICE TELEPHONE WIRE. w i The date of the invention ot the sand glass, or hour glass, is known, bul the device was used in ancient Athens. The Athenian] carried these instruments about with them the same as we do oa] watches. Liquids are unsatisfactory in an hour g.jss, since flow faster when under pressure from above. NEXT: How nviny different melodlra has the weslrrr. meadow UrkJ BY OK. MORRIS FISlllMlIN | Uvrncss mid another .symptom de- Edilur, Journal of Hie Amcrirnn'; scrlhrri by the psychologist known Medical Association, and of ")'- I us negativism, or which you might rein the Health MiiRiulne | call pure cussi-tlness. are signifi- Wlien a growing child is re- possi- dren will come *' " '""•"'' '•"'"" ! ULL ' svmm.-huun, ^ in.-nuc.miy im- As fi p.ircnt, the gicatesl prob-• terns in the raising of your chil- rectory and °1'!»7 c " ' >' if It hasn't. coiuu! w <- > suggestion, u Iremiently already, during their adolescence. Adolescence is Ihe period in lite between childhood and iniuurity. II Includes the ages between iinti 25. because many u [X-ifonj falls lo finish his education before the age of 25. ; proves by However, the child must not, be caused for n moment to think that 13 you do no! love l-.vr. or that you are prejudged in any wny. The unstable child improves with a reasonable amount of loving alten- be- I feel that the real havm hem capitalism, its it ullccls Inbor, has comu l:oir anonymuus capital and ncl the widely k:i: wi. capiialis'.s. —Russell Allen Kircslonc. son :f Ihi: lixmous rubber magnate. My iiistrucllons from the pun-rnuient arc to relieve artists in dlslrc.w, no 1 , in jiroinotc any piirlicular kind ot art. —Mrs. Juliana Force. New Vork regional director of C\VA aid to artisls. OEni^l HF.nE TOOAlT DAVID IIAXM9TFH «n<rrUkra tn And out. wh* kfll^V'TnA^Y K[Xi..nrfh'«tra Irarior. IIi1iinl«I#r 1* nn Miillior and former Mena•«pf• ' Bi^n. He irorkii •• • 1>lr (••rilcT cxe nllh OAINEY. mtmt rejiorrrr on 1he Fo*1. Amrm,r rtin«i> mn*vrrtft mr* .iiii.iirr niAxrr- bioj-i. prrtir nnil knot«n lo hnre Tivird KlUFT Kfinrlt* licfnrr til* dcatltl RFR- MAN 5CI III.ACH wXo wrote Klnc n 'Tirfr^-nlncr Iftlt-n MnA JOE I-'Illim. 1 . ,lo.Tn-n.rt-f.nl randr- vl'tr nrlnr. rt I. nl.'n linoim <Snt ni:i.vi\t nni.i.isTKn. mi«!r- n^rd »tiln^(or. hnd nunrc^Ted wMa Ivir^ rc^pwily. At. Dlll'KAM. frtr.J of Kins:'.. In tnnrn] rfrn(l In n nrccke^ ant*- Tho most satisfactory solution to .situation ot this sort is the pro' s ' 011 lir n " ol) J c<x ' "' Iifc ' lhc 1m been well nigh llinisl out what slip wants lo do. li'lion them by chnnging attitudes j When she finds tin- interest that In our civilization. i Is real for her. she will be iiioti-. While this new freedom is rela- I vnlcrt to canicsiness mid activity lively Mmple lor llic boy. it is ex- : which will clear up the instability, cccrtlngly difficult, for the girl. ! • ' ',,... . J Cows Do Not Fly, But There are three tlehmto signs'. . •" _ c.f unrest which you may observe | rortlOIlS oi ihem UO In your growing daughter and which should act as a ivnriiinc to SEATTLE (TJP>—Mnylic cows as yon of a necessity for special at- „ who !c don't Ily—but certainly trillion. Roorllv ,:orlioNs ol them do. The firs', of UIPSC signs is pro- j ]f \. 0 . t ,\ on 'i believe H. ask llu? longed unhapiiir.c.ss. A healthy | rjocing Airplane Company, which youngster wilh time for sleep, ; | |as i :c , mv ,ji e (i [hi; following list of plenty of food, companionship and • ^ m - UK n mK which take to the shelter should be happy iind should ni ,. : j KM< , r |u(I ^ fl T gel a lot ot Inn out nf life. j Mj]|j_The casein, in milk makes I __ ___ ." . . . chirr to Irf Jnllrf frnnf tn alM f rv rTtc ihrnry Ihnl ir fa* clrl hp","" fj"»'" '"•*«• <««7 «n Iran ^IrtTlni llnlli^t^r 1m tannA fit? llv^ii TTllh a*r hrn<b*.r. Mnf- tlirw, llrr drnlk Irarn kh« «»> hrlr lo fir.n.OOO. n^nnUifr ernr" In Innrh nita PAIIKt:R COI.K1T.IN. rvow no ox wirn THE STOHT. CHAPTKR XT.VI gAN'N'ISTEft glanced OTST his shnulilcr and saw that tlie table nest tn them wns deserted. The IT but ht did not Bpeak. ' Tt'i onl» > bunch," Bannliter adnltted. T won't'pretend i'Tt Ug- ure'd it all-'cut But a* couM b«»« done It. tooldn'l he? No one's cheeked Dp bis alibi for that night. He was alone In tbe apartment. He told the police lie was playing tbe radio. Probably n» -was. He could tate turned on the radio and then slipped upstairs. No one would need to see him. He could bar: donq It 'easily enough." "Elut why would bo want to kill Tracy King?" "I told you I haVen't figured It all out. It's Just coming to me, little by little. Look—suppose Hoi lister shoots King and then go?s downstairs to bis own apartment His sister comes In. She told the police It was 9:30 when ebe got there but It might bave been earlier. Maybe she tame In and found her brother gone. She mus 1 have known what bad happened I she did that Sbe must hare known what Matthew bad dona. "But she didn't «aj anything tc the police. I was there when Me no one to overhear what he said, If your diii.zhtcr is unhappy, it .the strongest kind of glue. » snub from a friend, a minor ill- | uicxxl—Al.-o used for glue, chief- j He wen', on rapidly. ness or nil argument nt homo jy ul connection v.ith plywoods, arouses distress which iwrsists lor j " ii ollc . hoofs—These make wh.it weeks, the girl needs special a!-.j s known as hoi ijluc. tenlion. Ordinarily such minor (lit- Hair—Made into fell foi" pad- No United Stales Marines Dave landed, but the United Slates has been engaged in intrigue against, our president and his government. —Cuba's Chief Delegate Angel Giraudy Ihe Pan-American Conference. flculties are followed by quick recover v in n few horns. If there is no such quick recov- din 1 ,', sound dc Hides- Urfd for ing. etc. .seat coverings. straps, lacings, etc. ".Matthew Hollisler Isn't doing .lay moving over his sister's death. lie's planning a trip to Havana. Koing around nil dressed up, talking about spending money and having a lively time. I've found out . Neal talked to frer. He couldn't RO a word out of her. there was tha story about her baring a row wit King attar his cat kilted be canary. Nobody paid any attentio to her brother. KcboJy even thought about him." "But I still don't seo—" Colcman up to ' cry, you may aid the situation by caecum—A fine. i,kin, commonly , depreciating the rtifficuhy. by pro-1 known as goldbeater's skin, lanje- j lhai vvl "'° Ilis 61stcr waa al "° Mat ' conslruction. | thcw haiin'l a cent except what sbe gave him—and that wasn't much. Now he's got J150.000. "Melvlna was a crank, bossing ul JUT OUR WAY Bv WUUanu TWO 6nS! A GUY CARRIES YOU" SOME THIMBLEFULS OF TEA AN 1 A COUPLE OF CANARY BIRD SAMWID&ES, AN 1 TWO BITS- MIND YOU, TWO BITSIS LEFT ON TH'TABLE FER HIM! AN 1 , ME-I CARRY OUT THREE TONS OF ASHES—'AN', IF I GIT NICKEL PER IT .I'M M FEEL LIKE M> L1V/IN' IS GOT US ON TH' ROAD TO POORHOUSet TWO BITS- VVHV MOTHERS GET GRAY. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Courier Ne».i has been »n- thori/ccl to aniiiMii'.n- th? loDowi a? candidates tnr iviblic ollice. .s: jtct lo the Dermatic primary lu-xt August; For Member (f t'nn^rrss CLINTON L. f.'ALDWKLL. F'nr Cniintv 1ira:-urcr JOE S. DILLAHUN'TY For AsHssor K. I,. iBILLY- GAIN'RS nocd that about is long «* he wanted to. Either that er Melrtna finally went too far—* ' "You mean," Coieman Interrupted, "ttmt you think HolTUWr vlding on outiim. a .special deli-jiy us ,,(i j n cacy for dinner, or a visit away j " rom home. | Human Kidney (;rcw I'rarls Another significant symptom is 1 PARIS (UPi— A remarkable dis- nny disturbance of sleep, such as | covery wns marie hero recently liability to sleep, sleep-walking.:.when a man was operated upon. a,ml scoMIng him. It looks to mw lersislent dlsturbinq d;cams. and j for kidney tioiiblc. Dnclors found| ns thoii'h Matlnew decided occasionally a tendency to remain ' [ nnt iinee pi - :iris hn grown to the! ' '" bed. O rowing cirl.s need extra f ^ 7J , n f pinlicatis anil caused the' rest, particularly when Mibiltcil to'(rouble. The prarX it is said, were excessive social activitir.-. i formed by means of l!i!- ;,ame However, the extra lest should' chemical ructions as tho.se pro&e taken duriuc the enr'.y hours ol.rinri'n i.y oy.strrs. the night rather than la'e into U'.c i morning, if the le.st is to be satis- , factory. Another serio 1 .!-! iK.niifestatlou' •if instability is the cli.-:re lor se- clusivcncss. It is no; i :itural Cm yoinig sirls to wish M be con- Mantly lo themselves. Of course.' ,-omc natures need 1110:1: time lo| think than do others, tn general, however, the growing airl is src-: carious a:irt improves with society and friendship. Such symptoms as i:i.,liu> M'lisi- ng gray i urlx . Tfou're on ttoe," he rt!a tt| oleman. "Is U going to be all fightT* "Everything's o. k.,* Bannister | ssured him. "I saw Holllster own the street five minutes ago. I Hell be away for at lust threa| uartera ot an hour. 0 "How'd you fii tbatr "I asked & fellow on the Pos! tol make an appointment wilh him.| fs all right, but we'd better . tarted. No use waslin;: time." They .walked, toward tbe ap ment hotel. As they nearcd the i ranee Cojentan halted. "Think It's all right to go hJ his door?" he asked. "Sure. Why not?" "Well, I didn't suppose y<m| wanted anyone to know—" "I don't," Bannister said 'and tbey won'L We'll attract attention going In here tban would prowling around trying la find the servants' entrance." They entered the botel walked toward thf elevators. "Mrs. Kennebec In2" Bannlstei asked casually. ' '• The clerk nodded. "Let's see—she's on tbe spcon floor. Isn't fhe?" A Eeeond nod answered that There was a pause and then tlid elevator appeared. Tbe two rticr| rode to the second floor and stepp into the corridor. "It's down this way." Bannister] said, turning to the left. «nd| killed his sister?" "It's happened before", hasn't ftt Tbcro's every motive In the world. All this lima the police have been running around looking tor inspects. arresting people, and trying to make them confess whils Mirt- tlicw llollister's been there «m« nobody bothered about him. Nobody began. A PPARENTLY Bannisler did not • hear him. "The day I met IIol- lisler downtown," ha went on. "he was beginning to get scared. Afraid something was going to get out. It must have worked on hia .mind that one person knew wtiat he had done. Maybe lie had some crazy Idea tbe police could pin something on Melrfn*. If be did lie most b«e got o?«r It. decided tbero was nothing to 4o bul put ber out of tbe way. So long as Mclvina was there- she was a threat to him. With ber out of the way. the rest Was easy. Ton can see It most have taken time. He didn't think it all out at once. Finally be made no his mind there was nothing elso to do. "He couldn't shoot her as he had King. That would be too obvious. So be strangled her. He's the only I softly behind them. The person in the world who couM hnve| room of the apartment with Ha oli done it so easily. Yon remember tbe hotel clerk said he'd seen Hot- were two doors, one del either Bide of the passage wayl Kcnnehec'a apartment and lite ond on the left to Matthew Hollister'a It was before tbe door on tbe lofl that Bannister paused and took I key from bis pocket. "Wliere'd you get that!" Col* man asked In surprise. "Never mind about that. I.et'1 get throngh with this lob!" Baa nisler glanced about and saw ther was no one else In the corridor Tbe key slipped Into the Ulch turned, and the door opened. They entered, closing the even thousht of him. He tried to direct suspicion to his sister »rtet Tracy King died but lhat didn't work. Ho was panlc-strlclen hysterical after Mclvlna's of Great •Rritaia ani ire ig«4--Umon of, And S TIKEGUESSES IN 1 WAT DO ' U.S. ,_^_- ,«w 1*1^7 \j. j. | ; I—\ f.— coats BKOW . | (j|r ICEBOUND? (Answers on Back lV{t> Why.? Ilccauae be knew what he'd lh« whole tlrtg done. "I tell you, chocks! He's so certain no one suspects him that he Isn't afrtid to fa around In new clothes, talking about a trip to Cuba. He's prolabl) getting things arranged so be wont have lo come home for a ye*r If he doesn't want to." "But—Matthew lloUislcr!" Coleman said slowly. "On the level I can't believe It. Ha seem* !lk« I such a harmless old duck!" "He seems that way. but what in you know about him? What iM* anyone know abont hi*: Not a thing. Tbey told me at the ShelW Arras th.it be scarcely e«r spoke to anyone. Just otce tod wtnt. Besides thnro's «uch a thing •» t» M Mclvlua said, asking for money, having lo be satisfied with what slw gave him. Yw,- !-think be killed his sister, but that's 20: all. I believe he 6iot Tracy King.? C<>lwn«n'» »>es wera en Baanls- tsr> (4OS. 89 TI Hater leave the bullniag but he didn't know »t what lime. Nobody else could check Hollister's illbl. He had killed tier, ot course, before he went out for Tils wait;. Ob, he'd thought It all out carefully—Coleman Interrupted, froxning. "That case ye>B'r« makln; out wouldn't st»nd In »ny courtroom. Tiers sre a thotrrend holes in it." "Thers wool be," Bannt;;gr H3- cared him, "when I'm through wilh ttl" "But It's all theory.' To-i haven't tbe faintest bit of nroo! lor any- yon're said. Ill jet the pT«rt. And you can help nn It roti want to." -What at* yoo tolas to dor "There's flu* <m» tbinj." Ban ulster teM h'i«. "We'te g« t» end tbe |rnn Holllswr used to kill Tracy King.* "Yoo think ttut will t» "Maybe not Sot !>• an Hat. if not a* dilticalt ts tt "Well, I'll t«ll you—" TT was. lour, oWock tbe followin ^alternoon, DaTtd Bannister step- fashioned farnishlngs, was Just Dannister remembered It, TherJ was the chair In which Mel»lnl Hollistcr's body had been found! There waa tlie sofa, backed againsl the wall, the rocking chair sml two other chairs with square, ol crocbelcd lace on their backt. Tbi table and book case ana even thi ooUtool were In their accustomes] laces. Bannister and Coieman stood Stil or an Instant Some wlierc in tb.i.1 (stance tbey heard the low mono< nous sound of a vacuum cUanet Otherwise tbe place was silent, j Gingerly Coieman stepped for ward, starting toward a door. Not there!" Bannister said In hushed voice, "Thai's Meltloi' )edroom." He led'the way Into » hall wllb a naif-open door at ib end. Coli la this Hollisler'. room? man asked. "We'll bars to hati «ome ll?ot •Pull down the «l*nd«i ftr»l Dinnister InrtrutteA A momei later the ihtdw *«e the room •«» •«>«»• «! Then, mtthodlcallj. the two of pcd out of » delicatessen thop r", set to •» tloci troa '.is Shelbr irsci is » (To Be Continued),

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