The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1932 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 27, 1932
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Cancel COURIER NEWS na cotntTO nws 00, PUBLISHERS ...... ..-.l. it w. OtUlw, inc., JfciP.Yort. Chicago, 9t Uwi*, MUM, KAMI* city, Little Bmj Afternoon Cucpt Sunday, Mend u MOQd ctu* Butter it the port «Ct>* »t WyttiwUle, Arkkntu, under act ot October I. WIT. 9trrt4 tj Qw Unites PK« 8UB8CRIPTION RATES By carrier lp the city of Blytheville, 16c pel •eek or tt£0 per year in advance. By mall within a radius o( 60 miles, 13.00 per rear, 11.50 for §te montlu. Sic for three months; by mall to portal wms two to ttx, Inclusive, |&N) per'jwur, In zones ceyen and eight, »1000 per 'year, payable in advance. ;-'.. /Italy $cts a Tax Example '. The Itiljan government scorns to i have hit upon a now scheme in Hie '. matter of, levying income laxcs — a ! , scheme which, while open to iwssiMc I abuses, nevertheless has somctluiiK to \ commend it. . . • ' i.Mussolini's .council of ministers hits r approved a' decree iirovidliiif Utut tux r assessors, in estimating' A taxpayer's i ability to pay, may go beyond his tax i rettirj) and , base'their assessments on . • -his.scale of living. '-., • ' • In other wwi]s, demonstrating tliiit • you have a'moderate''income would do '. you no good at all if you lived on ft 1 palatial estate', operated n string, of | 'motor cars ami maintained a great staff ; . of servants; Your' lawyer's cleverness v at concealing-your foui'ccs of income !• wouldn't You'd pay taxes • 'on •;,the basis .of what, you spent, as j .,/Yveii as- \vhat you •eariyjd. 1 ' • . i ''•.•Such-.'.a system i coiijd'bu nlnisctl, of •;• opiirse. • But" doesn't" it sound as if it i( had % bit of good, common sense,'in it? 1 :' • is s i.r..'2jr.-j "J?'.,' '"..' ; . : •:1 O-'-jtV-.'O'j". •:-.; -. •"..' •.' _'•: Beware of False Bargains ''"'-- '--While the steady, decline of prices of i' , retail merchimdise has taught, tlie £.. "buying public to look for bargains }; ithe'seVdavs. a mifrityj'r. ofYmcM'chniits ;••'• are pointing oui, .quite.Vpro'porly,.that a ^••••;-lot x of f.yery shoddy, /merchandise is j',' cominff.into'-'tiie 'riiark^.i'ivhh nothing ;•':.'..but its .extreme cheapness! to ..'rccom.- i" mend it. ^And it might .^atltjwl that j buying goods of that sort cmi be the { worst kind of bargain '.the buyer can i make.' /•:' .' >,• ' 'i Of course, prices of high grade nr- • ; : ,'ticles : 4 are lower now than. they have j; ; been in years. It is, a good time to '».-''' ^ 'buying—so long as" you make sure ... "that. you ftre fgetting a genuine bar- j giiij.and are npt paying. y.our money f;.' to some unscrupulous profiteer. Waning Star The action of the New York courts in refusing to permit a special mayoralty election this fall seems to make it certain that Joseph JIcKce will continue to be the city's mayor at least until the end of 1933. ' More important, it makes it highly improbable that Jimmy Walker will ever return to that 'post.-. • Walker. • resigned. as mayor in order OUT OUR WAY to "seek vindication at the polls." At the moment it looked as if he would be triumphantly re-elected. Hut events moved a trifle loo rapidly for him. The contrast between the kind of government he had (riven the city and the business-like, efficient kind th;it McKeo proceeded to set up was too marked for any r»iw to miss. Within « week after .his resignation, Walker's star was waning visibly. And now the election is put off a year. Can Walker save his martyr's ixwe for Hiinflior 12 months anil make any impression on the electorate with it? It seems highly improbable, ^LTO?EVILLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Gold Miners' Luck Two liUle stories about gold miners got into the. papers Uhe other day, and if they aren't typical of the gold seeker's life they at least ought lo be, One told of it California prospector whoso mule slipped oil' a trail .ami slid down a mountainside, fining down to retrieve it, lliu prospector stumbled blindly onto a ledge of gold-bearing UWII-IK, so rich that it will probably make him wealth? for the rest of his life. The other told of' a prospector in Ontario, who was crossing a wilderness lake and was forced by a slorm to land on; a little island. On the. island, which he wouldn't have visited but for the storm, he found a gold vein of KiiriwissinjT richness. Now lie's going to be wealthy, too. Maybe it doesn't happen that way often. But those stories, illustrating what sheer luck can do for tjlio • pros- pcctoiv'are perfectly; typical of tho age-old idea' of the prospector's life, if not. of the actuality/ • ' • Continiiuilon 'of. |fie Fydera) .Board or its. prototype .wilPbrW'a"(niiii peasantry^ yo- HUcally cbiifrolkdV- jinrt''subjected .'to' oil (lie wongs.sunercdVfajf' ^ho toilers 'in. the' fields of eastern Biro'pc.'.'.-^Pelcr--B. 'Carey,' president Chicago Board of Trade. ' • No mnyor's'life 1)4 a. bed o[ roses. Anton Ccrrriok'-'of-.'chlcne'o, ' ' ' -Mayor . Gerpiiuiy- cannot-be cxpc'tlcd to take part in ncgotlplloiis »!th" (rfgnfd lo' : -'rnensViresi of disarmament 'until i{. v ls established'-'llin't the.solu, -• lion which, may tej found is also to apply to- Germany,!?.;>^Fprei|it Minister von Nenrath of ^-._L__ ^_.' T . .- I < -' : "I'. -. I .. . . . ._ .•'Wh'alcvcf nny one" else lliihlts hbout' the Maine election, It Is friaXlnj niy Job easier. —Joseph n. Nut,t, treasurer of'the.-Republican Natlunal Committee. ] * " * * 'i I no not mlnti )>coplc' taking a' :^liot at me wlicn 1 know I am right, if I. am wrong I will put my house (n ovJcr. ^-Mayor Joseph V. McKet 01 New York Oily. * » * However warlike a nation may bo, no country will figM Us test customer. Common sense prohibits Hint. —Dr. Iimzo Nitobe, Jaiwncse economist nnd memljer of House of I'cers. * * * We're going to stay here until Christmas if nccresary to get tlic cost of production for . our crop. —Ben J. Dickiiian, president Nobles County (In.) farm strike mitt. By Williams SIDE GLANCES By George Clark "When .(hey h;id their money if was his fitmily who opposed their cnKugerncnl, but now it's Her piirtml's who tire ajjainst il." T.JB. Germ's Natural History Studied In Search For Cure BV nit. illORKIR FISIIBEI.V I dennlte changes, it has been found LtJUcr, Journal of the American j that its. growth and the progress of Medical Association,* and of'Ily- jfU, the lleiUtlx Magazine There arc' 'companies In New York which spetialtzc. in. raising noney for needy educational and ilillatidiroplc instUiilions. Tuese ipeciallsts first- locale some iiiili- vldual.wlth jjUUlclcnt'money to ;m >art of it away—a task not ss dit- ncult ' in 102n~but considerable of an elfort in 10:12. Then they make a study of Ihc ilstory, the desires, ana the Imb- ts of the person concerned. They otit, the day of his birth, the lumbers ol persons- In. his-family, lie dales of any deaths that may lave occurred. They look imo the ype ot car that lie drives, his fa- •orttc amusements, and indeed ev- erytlilng that can- be. known concerning him. •'.- ••! .. - Thjty then lake advantage of every oneiof lib Iltile-wenl;ijr--se5 in :heir solleitatlou of lumlE. H2 is .ikely to be asked for. money on his iirthday;" he Is*likely 'to IK asked pr a,;dons'tlbn to commeinorale,thc Jfeipf.his favorite rclaiions. He is provUJed'. with occasions that |wil )ut: hinj,into a genial: humor isiid then solicited for his contributions while' in a "giving'' mood. -'•'•" * ' ' - - L... •;It is somewhat, similar to tho type of study the scientists are now naktiijj ol the germ of tuberculo- us. They arc looking'into the iiat- aral history of this extraordinary bug. They arc taking u np.irt and ludyhig it chemically. They art: finding out what it will do under various circumstances and in varying environments. They tire breeding It into numerous generations mid th?y are studying ifcc effects on tnese various generations ot dilfercut ot diet and air nnc! Mmtlar conditions. They are studying net only the ellects of the germ as a whole, but the effects of its protein, its fat land its sugars. Obviously this type of study must yield information of gr;at value in controlling the growth and development of (he germ in relationship lo human disease. Tr.e next step has Ue?:i to c!=- termine the iray in which the germ gets into the body, and then what hanncns to it after it U in the lumian b^ly. One: in the lis- M:e of the hm;. thu'-gcnn produces Uwse changes can \a pr«vented ; by various procedures which will puj, the lirjig at rest-. " •' .•: '-; Tliese procedures involve '' CHURCH EXCUSES George W. Darham Jim—that's my husband — sa id milling moi(- Ktjoiit .going to chuicli Sunday so alory aliout Kri- day, I think 11 was, made up oui minds that conic what may v/e would go, and so informed lilni. I Icoks like that we prepare a thing but fate cr same foolish act ei Hie part of one's husband may 'and olien does decide what we niay do. So, early Sunday morn- Ins Jim—that's ray husband—got. up pretty early and went out to gel lha paper. He was careless" enough tu gc out with i;o!h- irrj on but his two-piece sleeping suit which is extremely bright in color. Tlt.eiu he discovered thai our iielehiior's dog had car- rlej our j.^pcr-oVcr on tlie neighbor's lawn. It, beins so early l« though it all right to slip over and get the paper. The dog, thinking he wanted to piny or ccinclhlng, grabbed (lie paper and started reund the neighbor's house. The neighbors -a'cross the street have a very large and fascinat ing- bull dog which seemed to want to join the game and came in behind Jim. and Jim not knan-liig die (fog's good Intentions, went ratlier hinnc-dlv araund -the lioiise^ forgettiiii! 'about our neighbor's sleeping jiorch'.' We put in about four hours trying tq explain to this neighbor and a 'policeman called in, what he was doing bat <iid not ge t anywhere. Then Monday he spent almost all day svlth judge somebody. I don't know how it turned 1 cut but, our neighbor docs not speak to me TUESDAY.^SEPTEMBER 27, '•"' ~ "" •- i - I* ^-~^s - THIS CUStOUS WORLD - ; $tfN%£&£Z* LIFE-JACKETS. MCHK4ROFA CARIBOOS COAT IS A LITtt£ <atHLL FU.IEO WITH AIR. 1HEAN1MAISTAMDS • FAR OUT OF THE VlWER/AflOEVEN WHEr4 SHOT, DOES' DlfAUP5, %NewWkQty •Vl RUSHES TO 3 THE 1 VEST INDJE5 1 i' EVFKV FALL. AND 7RIES TO GET CAUGHT IN A -,|_ ONE SCRAjWBLED O5TRICH EGG Dr. Raymond Ditmars, curator of mammals and. reptiles nr the York zoological park, has- at - .east one unreal^ ambi," order th ? ,""' ^^ " "" ""^ Ce "' e '' of a " U m« order that he, may study and record just what ukes p, acc ' »»t ma of the. storm. He carries a suitcase of weather rccord- ng instruments; when he goes hurricane hunling, but so far he .as not been able to be at the right spot at the right time. " IlL'slness Is business... .jmd if s nl Us very best i" tlie want-oil section of (hit piprr. 1'ront by Mint fact Mr. liuiincis Man. actual lest, of; the. entlio.- indivicl-,! ual. in liMl .bill siKcinc^resi'-ol llie" lung brought about 'by the 1 weight of sandbags appliccj to .various rj^r-j tions of the bo<ly, aiid the use' of puhnolhoras, ivnieii is the injection of air around the lull? forcing it to collapse. " -. They involve also tlie use oi -various . surgical procedures, wlilch bring, about a coniplcto. and permanent collapse of the diseased. lung, and finally the cutting of iiervej which control the movements " of the diaphragm ajd thereby bring atom, rest of the lung. . PULQAKIA ASKS PEACE . Op - Sept. • £7, \ '• i918,» r -Biilgaria' ma4e 'ovenures^for Swace . with -'the ; alBcs,<> psklfj^jor Ja ^3-hour li'ucc in' wmiilrfVriiakc tcrjis." ]ii for equivocal.-siib!i]i5si'o'i). .-West of Verdun*'the Arncrican' troops iCQii'.iriutd '-.their siwuge advance, while French" troops, east of; Rh>ims. experienced : success, in gaining five miles :)n two days' fighting 1 : British' in' the .'Cambria sector advanced :-on- ; n 'H-m'ile front, -i- .1 •.:;•".• - German forces gan; to retire irorii -'Rumania. .'. - British cavalry. in iAs!a Minor drove Turks northward through Mezqris and joined, with the Arab (forces.ol the.king ct.'liejaz. Workmen Strike }i .. . Gpl<j ( in Maip Street - SALIDA, col. (UP)— Workmen v/ho i -were • excavating: for' 'paving on the'main'street'ofSalida, made a-gold'strike. •• • ,/ . . Herbert Turner, working with the-crew, noted a peculiar streak in the dirt.where the grader had passed. . He secured' a'pan and a : hose And panned a distinct showing of gold. Placer miners, 1 ' experienced insecurinif, ,Vw". (Ji'ri" estimated 'he .dirf ( would pan. about' 530. to the -ton. .',.''" . '" ' .: •City,, officials ."»-er'ev. not; ' sutc whether the dirt was haillcd In for •facing, or whether it was the original (ground. ' "' ~ ' .-.••'• Bad Spelling Gives Boy .Extortionist Away INDIANAPOLIS.. (UP) —. One of two small- boys, inability .to spell proved his undoing- when brought into' juvenile court here accused of having left a $1,000 extortion letter at the home of Guy Mon- Russell Newgent. judge pro tem, talked wilh the boys a while and then asked .if. (hey would 1 like to print several .words. 1 One of they <jui<jkl.v. volunteered. •. . , . ~*qfl One of the words: was-."noLlJ^ H» spelled -tt--"notifie." It 'wtui spelled the same tony-In"'-trie ran- EOirThrite. i'->il s ..-,» • 'Judge Newgeiit-. J vu(hheld : ~ judgment 1 ' 1 -' peliding '^6od behavior. BK.HK TOi: • STAN B.M.I,, a. opr,, : , tip iBltrewtB, -r-rt-T AHl'r.ll III Ull «IBi-e. . :n.. r U nL-rt n« llmlicrlNK nrtliitlrA at Thrrw' lllvrrK, llnll nnnuunrcK be i* niaki»E n peril]**! check. I)elr> *n.v« ho \\\\\ personally pp e thai fee ilorit not make ifcc i-heck. l.L'avlnff 111* oHlcr, Sl:tn fcavcn n Kirl from UJnapiTM. - she prove* lit he DO.X.l IlLTl.o, .tK|irr'K t]:iu^li- Irr. When Stan ie.irnx lirr uumc In- <rll» hrr ' 11 LACK ana „] I1L-1IM-.Y WI.VTKIIS. In love ^ilU liima. agree* Tlin-e Hlvrr.* nail Inu-k. " I* ST.VSLEV mv.'t^. •' J lizlii£ Asin-'r . - "llh htra nnil nl n Hull- ranch place un The w.iy Dailtrj- put* n plan of niarrTa.ue t«i Dona, hi>pl*K nhu will takn ihln lil.-ni uf celling Anier llrlu tu rc- mm. jihc acrcc» but hnlii< hack llhrn Sinn llnll, i,n hi. Mn; <» Tfari-e lUvrr*, Mc-i»» out of tlie tii^ht nnd kltftea ker. At Three lllvrra tljrr meet SWi:Ui;lX, Amur'" tlmWr l,i,<,. mi-.] kt> *aj* he I* really to kill Hull, that Hall m,iil i rniccr. lliina Jrclilo to rlOe In thr. hunt tr.r llnll. Shi: c:itcfcrA a Ima hur»c nnd t:i. (n trj (u ride Mm to t*rrp u|i her iitlilc. Dtina rhlca (he ronn. Snrrgln tell* lirr *lie nm»l nut ride ^»lth- oiil a unnrtl ni llnll U :\ klllfr nnil Ix nl lar^r. Sli^- kltti H mvuy HntJ rlrfr* Joti.ira l\-i«» Trcck Tihrre fclip li:i> ti-i-n tiild not In Ki:. Dona arOJi lirr fulhcr :im- liu^hrd and xhot li.> ;, rlilvr on ,1 hrr . nnj inkeii hrr lather urrlve tL> find lhat Dud il returned tit rninii. XO\V CO ON WITH Till; STOHY ClIAl'TKIt XH J~JON'A walked soflly Into her fa- •^ tiler's room ami bent over him. He was i Icciilng soundly, liis breath(ns j-c^iilnr nnd even. With n cool, linn li.nml she smoollicil hi^ pillow nnd tlicn stood looliiii;; down at him. Me wns rill she lintl in the world ot close kin. A littlo catch cama Into her throat ns slic rcniem- bcrc.'l how near sho lintl cume to losing Iilm. With soimilles] steps she returned lo her chair on the l-.o.-rii. Swerfln c.imo out of his office, his heavy, c.-lhcd bonts ponnriins harshly r.cro^s the porch 1':ior. D-yia prc^tcil him willi a winning smile. The timber boss griiulci) and his lo^so mouth spread in a wide grin. "Want a little company?" he rum- blcil. Dona arose and faced litm. "I'd be Swcrgiu's siuo impulsively.- ITOB must-look for him!-"-: -,,\ ... .,"!' "I'm to .play hero and.Eo altei IilmJ" Swerciu coutiuu'eil to scowl. "What am Ret for! all tin's lierp JtnffT" .Ho let hla litlio eyes-rove vcr Don.Vs trim ligii're.' "father will see net yon arc wo! 1 paiU." DOIKI rn;:Jd not h^!|t r i:; shrink uutlcr the i-reepiiiB iv.ies3 t. his gaze. CWERGIN aroso dclilicrately to *-* his feet. "I don't calculate to set p.iid alt in cash," he spoko slowly, "t ought to leavo tliat tenderfoot get shot so as to havo him out of the way. Then you coald tfe to a real man, fc>is." He bulged one big arm and \vinUcd at her. Dona Hushed in spits of herself. Slio was suddenly glad ho was going to lookfcr Dudley but sb» could not force licrsclt to a show of friendliness wilh Swergin. He repelled her too niucli. . ' "I'll bring Winters liiand'tio him up where he. can't get away from yon," the man rumbled. "You won't have to bring him in, Mr. Swergin. and you won't need to tlo him up." It was Dudley's-rolco cominrj from Iho shadows at the porch rail. IJoua started -iu itn- lirlse. "Oil, Diiil, you are terribly late!" she rjrectcd him. Dudley mouutcrt tho porch stops lightly. Ho loolied as fresh .ns tliough lio-lind just como" from bis room instead of from a long, hard ride. He placed tils rillo against tho rail anil took Dona's hanil. "How's your Uad?" Hi3 manner was posse&sfvo. "Leavo that gat at tlio corrals ivlicro It belongs." Swergiu glov>- ereil at Dudley's rifle. "My mistake." Dudley bowed with mock seriousness. Ho caught lip (be rifle and hnmlcil 11 lo the big I'oss. "VoM just drop It at the corral, old chnp. Thanks." Swergin took the rifle and scerneil for an instant to he on tho point Ite'accepted.tuo cliair r-rt,leaned tia'cl: comfortably. ."This ; .1 great country, 1H I'rodo niilr; i'.iniles and ,vent so far that il . '". houra to • ; lurhJ' '.;-_~ -'- ;?rc ilid yen i'. 1 .^-." Uona ,'VCDI.EY waved a hand in the growloil wi ho valked down the steps. "Dudley," Don» protested, "Mr. Slcil lo havo you sit ami talk to SwcrsnThas rough mo but I'm worried about Mr. Win- mtm b cr Fathcr an d I owe him ters. He hasn't come in yet." | ol _" sho cou i d not hl(ie a dlmplcrl Swergin scowled and pulled a'smile, however, at the neat way Duti chair toward him with a sweep ot had scored. his thick arm. "He'll liavc to leara to take caro of himself it h* stays lip lie re. Xow's a EOS'! thnc (or him to start." "liat "How's Dart? 1 ' Dudley seeraerl In rare good spirits. 1 Dona overlooked (he relation Implied In his reference lo her father. Mr. S'.vcriiUi, he may havoj-iio | s stcopins and he's much bet- attarxcrt just as father was. t?r. Now tell me where you'vo procress. general direction of Folly Moim- luln. "Up on top ot that mountain," lie answered. Dons looked at him. Then her clear laugh rippled out In the dusk. Dudley turned upon her and a !rowu knitted his smooth.forehead. "What's wrong with that!" "Ob, It Just sounds funny. Yon go riding all over Folly Mountain whtlo this tiller, Ball, is hiding uy ther» ready to shoot rill comers. Didn't you even get a glimpse of biraT' . "Nnt a. fash. Swergin's men were all tho time stepping out from bo- hiiul rocks aud trees with guns all set but 1 didn't sco a single black horso or cowboy rider." Dudley grinned ns though remembering pleasant encounters. "And you didn't sec anyone else?" Dona persisted. "Not a soul. Cat I bail my rilie ready and I'll havo used It." His smllo disappeared and he looked at Dona gravely, "l luvo my own theory as to how tlilj IJail should bo hunted ami 1 Intend to prove I'm right about it." "What Is your idea? Tell me," Dona urged. "N'o, Watson, Hie master niliid, must work out all details and weigh every duo beforo unraveling the inic." "You're very unsatisfactory and very mysterious. Mr. Sherlock. I sball rc-nvud you by leaving." Donn hoppert rtown from the rail. Dudley was on his Icct Instantly. "Aw. be a sport! Let's sit out Jiero (or a while. It's only a little after eight." "I li.-vvo to get some rest. Dai! may need me at any hour and 1 didn't get much sleep last night" Dudley looker! into her eyes affectionately. "1'ou have had a tough time in the past 24 hours. Well, run along to slumbcrland." FJOXA wag buiy curing for her fa i ther for the nest three days nuc waited impatiently for Swergin and hla posse to capture Ball. Swcrgln did a great deal ot thundering at his men. lie threatened and bad- away into tlie blue of the.mountain icaka. Sho'was eag"er to bo astride ,b,!s voan and out into the bills. ,t seemed to her that even Swergia was afraid to meet Ball and have it out with him. Asper stirred and spoke. • ' • "You'd better break away anil :ake a ride," 113 suggested as though 10 had read her thoughts. "A canter down the canyon'on that liro- eitting roan would tlo you a heap of good." Dona smiled family up at her father. "You won't worry?" "iN'ot n bit. Just promise to star away from tho breaks aud from the Pass Creek country." "1 promise." Dona arose _ _ pl.inleil n kins on liis check, tbxvi ran to her room to slip into ridins cbthes. Down at tho Malloy iva3 eager to rido with - s 'ic refused his offer, savins "'at she was just out for a canler and not In any danger. She rorto at a joe-trot across tho clearing am) into "« timber. Her ' pulses quicker^ to the i;e;uity ot the day null sho forfc-ot for the moment that Folly Mountain was a place of tragedy nm! tiiru sho bail vowed ; to vcsigcanco done in gered them but they reported Illtic lhcs'6 woods. Slio trolicil tho roan nlil slio came lo ,1 forest scrvlcu Irail sign. It "ail "IMitm Itivcr Trail-" Dona linltca ,iini sat looking up the dim pathway. The sign sil hrr to thinking ot (he strange feinl Irtaccn tho cattlo Interests nnd the timber company. Her reverie was broken by tho crashing rororl ot a high-powered rille. Dona the roan about and listened. Down the mountain"o came tlie clatter of a horse's hoofs. The rider was. without doubt, coming down the liimi! Hiver trail. Dona felt for her carbine, then re- membercd siio haj not brought it. The roan snorted ami champed to bo off. Dona let him out a little, anrl they swung cloivn the slope. The horseman behind coutinued to pound along but now he was at her right and st.U under cow. Uona urged the roan to a ff>»?r r pace but could not pull away.' 8ho called a range "Hallo" but thero was no answer. Tl;e unseen rider now was leading th 0 roan and seemed to bo trying t 0 head her; off. Doiin rcallzid that sha.wc'iKJJ have- to sc^ ,hcr tjurs and sprl t He may l-c—!" Dona-Stepped | to [been.' 1 Sha perched tin the po±b o£b ; for it or sho would hj caught. Asper was sitting In a porch chil; | (To fc« r ^"" s '"'

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