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PAGE VOW \ BLYTOEV1LLE. (Ank.)] COURIER NEWS THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938, THE BL EXILIC CQUU1ER NEWS ' ' ta N?wa-cp. rss, TpuwWie . L->»MU<*» ™,,v..isiafe feeprescntallves:,,, ™ JpSuaS, Jnc, New YorK, Chicago, De- Bt Louis', Dallas, Kansas City, Memphis. Every Attc'rnoon Except Sunday , Congress, October 9, 19 . , acl ° r ServcS by the United Press " SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier in the- City of Blythcvllle, I5o per week , or 65o per month. By tnaU. within » radius of 50 miles, $3.00 per year $I;50 for six months, 75o for three months; by mall in postal zones two to six. Inclusive, '10,50 per year; ill zones seven and eight ,$10.00 iper year, payable In advance. fi's Rhetoric, Intl. It tsnl Realism Germany and Russia spend a Kootl deal of their time and energy those days just sitting and breathing lire mid brimstone at /one another. It's a dull day when Hitler fails to come out in I ln's newspapers with <i violent denunciation of the .Communist Menace. And Stalin is just as regular and just as scathing in his references to the Menace of Fascism. This would not be .so important except that both are constantly trying to get people in foreign countries to b;ic)< - .them up. Hitler is always trying to align people of other nations with him in iiis self-appointed crusade against the Commnnis-'t Menace. And Statin, through his devotees in other coun- ' tries, tom-toms away at the idea that • tlie world must back him against Fascism by boycotts if not by more strenuous means. Lots of- people pay allen- > lion to these gentlemen. Their vendetta is upsetting' the world. But there is a childish saying that handsome is us handsome does. And, while they fume against each other, what do these handsome gentlemen do? Well, sir, you would hardly believe it, but underneath the screen of the word ban-age', they just gel down to business and trade with one another to beat the band. Year after year Russia buys more goods from Germany tlpn from any other country. She pays for .the^e goods^with'iiijfe, fresh, ifew-minud" Russian'" "gold. That is mighty nice for Iferr Hitler, who needs that trade balance and that gold very badly. In short, Stalin hates Fascism (and urges that you hate it, itoo). Hut he is happy to give it the gold it needs in exchange for the machinery he needs. And Hitler foams at the mouth at the very mention of Communism (and urges Hint you foam, too). -But he ia very happy to have Hie Russian gold, and doesn't hesitate f o strengthen Communism by sending it his nice machinery— at a profit. •Russia needs .goods. Where docs she g<j "for them? Well, sir, she 'goe.s right where the veriest economic royalist woiild go— where they are cheapest. The Living Age Magazine picks up this plaintive wail from Labour, British trade organ: "The -Soviet buys in the cheapest market, regardless of the conditions which make it possible for thai mar- OUTUKWAY kcl to be cheapest." You «cc % radicals iiaVc sop Iritis)) labor, | quite ii liill of anti-ljillcr goods, mid iii'is wail is very hb'ailtell indeed. By .tlio way, while "dcnjocraUt" coi'jni'i'ics were sold liic iilea of_ a btjy- fo't'i oii oil to restrain Italy h'ojn the fclljio\)jn)i tyK'cniiire, wlio^ was ( it that sold oil to Hilly? None other than our bid "Ijreaiiuni! live against iniiic'rial- ism and Fascism" Stalin! Business, as the haled capitalists say, is business. The moral? .hist this: the next litno Homebody asks you to swear to an undying vendetta aKainst Fascist Germany or Communist Russia, just ask yourself "ilow niitny oilier hands are holding this IMIB, ami whose hands I" Havoc In /Vw.ve/y Rltynw 'riu: laundry industry in New York state is in a pretty chaotic condition, all on account ol' ;in old nursery rhyme. Since the first Pilgrim mothers Itivn- cd out the family washing with one hand and shooed on" Indians with the •other, so to speak, Monday has been wash day in accordance with ;ind keeping lo thai childhood line which goes: "Monday morning we w a s h o u r jdo'ilieK." ' • The Monday habit plays hob with the' laundries which have a peak load early in the week and little or nothing to do the last half. So they will try lo re-educate New York state housewives that it's just as good and. maybe even boiler lo send the laundry on Wednesday and get .it back Saturday. And, presumably, the laundries will turn out some new nursorv rhymes. A'o Bonus. In Camilla Action of the Canadian Legion convention in declaring the organization opposed to anything in the; nature of a war veterans' bonus will probably come as a surprise to Americans who recall the tremendous and successful battle the American Legion put up for its bonus. The Canadian Legion did -go on record as declaring tli'c government bad a responsibility toward those- soldiers who had been injured or disabled by the war and who' now, through that fact, were unable to secure employment. Hut Uiu Canadian organization took cognizance of the petitions being circulated throughout the country agitating for a bonus, aiid declared, in effect, that if « man was not now suffering ill effects of the war, there was no reason for his government to hand him a lump gratuity- because lie had served in the army during war lime. It's a different slant on the soldier's point of view, to say the least. The first month of mnrrlngc was sweet—and after Hint, ooh!—Mrs. Mary Boyrr. Philadelphia, suing lor a divorce after belli? married one year. There's loo much bright nml witty conversa- tion—ami not enough nction. .The movie;; have Inrgoltrn one- of the basic priucmle.s or cmn- I'tly.-'l-ldwartl Sutherland, movie director. SIDEfilANCES By George Clark "Who ale my tomato? I wanted l<> show il In {he guests this 'evening." CLMQUS WORLD BF C By Williams IP THE •E1ARTH ROTATED ON ITS AXIS THAN IT DOES, WE WOULD BE IF WE WEKJT TOO NEAR THE •EQUATOR.. CAST OP CIUUACTKHS roi.t.v c; u i; ii .s I-: r. iirroinri RlriiMilfil Irl J.ouiIoH ivlu-ii *var hrtnkx oli(. .)i:ituv WIllTKIi:!.]), l.cr.ii the Vdtll.TC H'llll Kft'K tier Ulrollgfl. *.;AKI;J. j, HANKS, - rivukcr Yonlerdnj-l Jrrrj- mid I'olij- lime •IINILIT toKHIier In Ihe Inn on (be . eve of thtlr liriuirfurc ncrufl* the t'uuunc). CHAPTER VII pOLLY and Jerry held .hands while Ihey watched (lie colorful changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. They stood will) shoulders touching while they leaned on the timbers of London Bridge, en7.ii>!! down into the Thames. They looked into each other's eyes ns they fed the pigeons before St. Paul's Cathedral. •Vet (hey talked of everything but love. "London-lakes my breath away," Polly s;ikt ns they ncarcrt the inn :it day's end. I'm n'cht proud, my mother's people were Londoners.'-' Jerry nodded. "Ennland's n N'OHdei', "nil over. I'm proud of having English blood myself. But England's too arrogant. America [ will have to lick her again." "Hush, .Terry! You'll ha oi-cr- hcnrd. ... Who's thai woman way:i»S to you?" "Where, Polly?" •;•>••• ' "Across the slrcct. . . . Look! In. J • the bhtc bonnet. She's just'gotten' j out oE a hackney coach." I "I doubt if she's waving fo mo," Jerry said, puzzled. She was a pretty thing, becomingly dressed ,-itid having a gay air. Jerry lifted his hat and bowed while his tanned face turned crimson. "She mistakes me for somebody else, I reckon." The young woman gave him a warn) intimate smile ;n\d went into a shop. "Slie thinks she knows you very well," Polly saitl,'piciucd. "Jerry, I believe she does know 3-011! Why arc you being 50 j'nno- • cent about it?" I "It 1 knew her," Jerry replied brusquely, "I'd say so. I've got no taste for mysteries." FROM THE STEAMER ~I OFF THE" L -COAST OF MEXICO, VV/^S PICKED UP <3,d>OO M/LES AWtWy", ACROSS THE PACIFIC, UE5S T>-IAN TWO YEARS LATER :»SERVICC. INC V, •>")• v" IN THE BUSH ', IS WORTH 7V/O /A/ THE HAK/O" •MOTTO OF /\ '' NATIONALLY KNOWN BIRD both looked at the rather shabby public vehicle out of which the young woman had just stepped. The driver was a large man in a cabby's uniform. Had they been closer, they would have seen that he had a torn car and a nose litat had been several times broken and carelessly mended. "Well, Jerry,". Polly argued, "you don't look like anybody else We- seen in London. I'd not confuse you with other m<m. Ho woman would. Of course that girl knows you! ; Yo»'vc -met her somewhere. 1 reckon you've paid her compliments, or she wouldn't be speaking to you. so — " "So how?" It was an irritated challenge. "So like she had some claim on you. She looked square at you! What's more, you bowed to her, Jerry Whilfield!" "Ot course I did. Just to be polite." "But you smiled at her!" i*. "I didn't!". _, .VP ''You did!'' '•;-• :-.i.-J' "Bah!" .," ' ' ' '_ "Now you're being rude. You save your good manners for London ladies, and you shout at me because I'm just a Connecticut village girl." "For a little bit," Jerry said holly, "I'd turn you over my Itnec and whale you. Where and when would I meet any London girls like that?" "After, the theater," Polly replied with unaccountable feminine shrewdness. "After they're through acting in the play. You told me you'd been to brury Lane, time and :if,uin." "So I have." "And I suppose you'll try to tell me yoti didn't notice one girl from another!" "No, 1 won't,'.' Jerry retorted angrily. "I didn't meet any of them, but there were at least three I used to clap for. And one night I sent them bouquets, all three of "cm!" "Well, then, there' you are!" cried Polly triumphantly, but not enjoying- the triumph. "Did yon put a card in. or a nolc?" "No, I didn't, but I wish I had. Just lo give you something to carry on about!" s * * *. •' WHILE this argument "was in progress Ihcy had entered the tavern, passed through the public room and ascended the stairs. At her door Polly took out a large brass key from her pocket and inserted it in the lock. "Won't you come in?" she asked tartly. "I'd like to hear some more of.-your adventures. They must be wonderful." i She thmy.open the door,' and (Jerry followed her in, for the quarrel was in that exhilarating state of fermentation wlien neither wished to abandon it. He walked lo the window and looked down on the street, while she closed the door. "Hasn't .she come but of the shop yet?" Polly inquired, removing her bonnet before n looking glass. "I thought her dress \vas right gaudy for the street. JVfaybe she's gone in 'to buy something more suitable." -...,/.> Jerry whirled about and seized Polly's hands. He- drew her near to him, so that their faces were close. "You're a jealous little cat, Polly Chelscy. You're nobody's- iRel. You'd be hard to handle—" l( Yes, Jerry," she said tenderly, moltingly. "I reckon that's so. ... Oh, Jerry, don't you see how it s? I've never lakeri a sv/eetheart Before. I seem to want all of'you —even the past.that happened before you'd ever heard of me. I reckon this is being in love. It was feeling like this, I guess, that made my mother go lo America in Trepid Chelsey's ship and marry itm." Her arms crept around Jerry's neck and she was answering his kiss. After a moment they drew apart and Jerry said, „ confused and shaken, "We're talking of love again; and I said I'd not till I got you home to your father! How has this happened?" "Because we quarreled," Folly answered simply. rpHEY resumed.their New England reserve ' Ihcn, ns they might have put on topcoats in a storm. But it was not the same. Beneath the reserve fherc throbbed the intimacy of the* emotion they had shared. "Tell me what o'clock we're to start in the morning," Polly said, "so I'll not keep the coach waiting." "I'll knock on 3'our door soon after daylight. You must get- up at once ana dress and pack your clothes. Then we'll have break-, fast and .wait in the courtyard for the Dover coach. I've spoken for two scats. ... Take your money now, Polly. It'll be best for you to carry it. Can you hide it about your person?" "Yes. I've a doeskin bag for that purpose. Will there be any trouble, about the dog in the coach, Jerry?" "I don't think so. If there is, I can take him on top. I'll .-go down now and have a look at hirn_before I turn in." "You're so kind, Jtfrry. HOYJ could I have been so ciuss to you'? How could I have been so hateful?" "I know more about typhoons," Jerry said with a grin, "than about lovers' quarrels. And I. believe it's easier to handle a ship than a woman. Good night, Polly." ( .He bent and kissed-the ipalm of each of her hands, thinking ol what some fulure night must-bring in 'danger—the English Channel and the dark uncertainly of a smuggler's crossing. -Could he bring her safely;througU it? Thcsp were his. thoughts. -;•• -• :: "Good'night; T Jcfry!" ; ' '. it "' l i She thought jonly -of 'how his d?;:k hair curled as.bis hcad'bcnl , over her.hands? .> (to Be Continued) t*J»% School Tests All Curbs For Common Cold AS. (heearth rotates on its axis, (he surface at the ctiual travels-fastest. For this reason, if (he earth were to increase rotation;speed, the cenlrifiifin) force would be felt first in Hie .jqi lorial regions. As a mailer ol fact, even now. objects at the enun weigh less .than they would at the'poles, due lo. centrifugal force. 'NEXT: Arc veakfish «c;ik'.' y Doctor - Off. Pains From Lilllc Abrasions Grow if Pri dare isn't Taken DON'T LET HIM IN— I DOH'l WMMT TO SEE ME TALKED TEKCIBLE TO ME AT BREAKFAST ~-VOLJ 6O TO THE DOOR. —TELL HIM I'M HOT COM1KI6 EACK—6O "TO THAT DOOR,SOMEBODY' \MELL, ~\ I 3UST ) CAN'T. J I CAN'T, I CUT KNOW WHUT HE'S GOTTA POT UP WITH....! WENT TUROLJGH IT — WHEW SHE GOT MARRIED T. THOU6HT WE HAD LOAP OFP OUR rJECkS. NOW LOOK AT US .' BY (NO. (Ill UK. MORRIS Iditnr, Juurn;i| of the Ainriu';in Mc<lir;il Association, am? nf Ilygciu. the Health Magu/.inr i\n abrasion means tury lyi>" <>[ wound that breaks the skin. ciiitomary when anyone not abrasion lo Icuch >ir> the spot v. iodine or some other ;>nfi-"ii inml then lo-forget about it. The- hazard of an abrasion ti lie more serious, dcpcndiui: • n asraclnllon will) certain ly|v, industry. This Is particularly I when one Is constantly in nm'act with virulent infection:; and ;• ;i:i; of one 'type or another. Inar,;n^ch or an abrasion Is the hrcal-.i!.:- 0 ( Hie conllnulty of the skin, H affords opportunity [or tr.c entr.m;c ol ^crms Into (he body. There ore cases In which rlv.imvj once, then lo put on the antiseptic, .such ,1;; tincture of irxlino, 01 seme of the other well tccounize; authentic;, ami then cover will sterile tjauxc ;o other infection.' material may not enter. This i usually <i»ile sufficient as firsl-aic for the ordinary breaking of ">< skin. II. however, there is 'wound with ragged rdrjes. or i the wciuul i. r > contaminated wit , soil. Rravr-l. or dollilng. il ls s;lfc flt i to have HIP attention of a pli.vsl clan Immediately so that th .\vmmd may be properly cleans tf:c rout,'henprt or torn edges en away, ami ndsrs of the VVOMIV property jolnrd. Tins van not Icnv aii unsightly ,*c.ir. Wound-; nt the Interior of the nrc. of course, far more seri- (Ul'l—H you in wail through one more winter. )C University of Minnesota limy e :ibtc lo answer for von Uic: icslipn. "What to Do Alter the irsl KneeveT' Ilr. .Hsu-old S. Dichl, head of the icdic-'il j-rhonl. rnkl today study vaccine intcndcrl to inimunizc against head colds. Doctor Explains Why Men Prefer Blondes LCNEON iUP>—Sir James Crichln'n-Browne. 9(i - year-old floctor, believes lie -has an answer to the que.-.lion "Why ycntlemcn prefer blondes." -Jhrre is a good deal nf 'truth ,„-,-- -•--: . •- i ••• the allegation'' he says in a inr.^vlll !:<• completed by (lie ciid|toofc. ••Exophthalmic goitpr is nn- " ' " ' ' douUtcrily much more common in blondes than in brunettes, and it f ttrrc-tiu'HCM o[ cold preventive -Jhrre is a good I, reptiralipiis. i:m!er way for some Jin the allc{;ation'' he says in f the cuiTcnl Kdiool year. By then. l:sti-trcntmcm>. l>cr.imcn(,il, with larfje. histroiis ryes, distinctly attractive lo the avc hren feivcn lo 3,000 cooper-) (ends in its incipiciit'sta^c to pro- tins stuclcHls and report;-, ot re-Jruicc a lypc of woman who is ults made by the students \vill avc bern anislyzecl. It then will po."ihlc to draw anrt rciiort onclusioiis a.s lo which of llvsother sex" rrparallous used has had veal' u-ril in iircventini! colds. 'Die .'.ludy i", hrins condiictrtl l>y i-. Lie-Ill and Dr. A. B. linker <>[ he lip.iltti service. H. will provide l«la on fix I'n-iiiirations most of .•hicb :iro bfini: usrcl widely lor nV'3 MO1NF.S. Ir,. 'UP) John- rcatincnl of colik, iucludiiie one <ic Hrcivcr. 20, mvn'i ami operate:; Grocery, 6 by 8 Feet, Serves One at a Time a grocery here so ::ii;i!l that oniy one person al a I:me can make a purchase. It measures 6 liy 8 feet. Constructed by Brewer,-with the help of his step-father, the store has averaged about ?3.50 a (lay in sales since it was opened Sept. ,3. Brewer estimates that he lias about $15 or $20 invested in li'ls food stock. Proyidencc, fi. I., is a huge center for machine tool, flic, and wood r,frew manufacturing. . A nnouncernents Tile Courier News has licen authorized lo make formal announcement of the following candidates for public office, subject ,to thp^ Democratic primary August 9. l / For County Treasurer H. b. (BILLY> GAINEJ3 Kor Slicriff mid Collector !IALE JACKSON County Coin I Clerk T. W. POTTER OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopte or surgeons have been M-ri-usly Ions' than those oiV'lho skin. Some Infected, or have died In uvo or t.imr (!>.« inside of thi. mouth " 1e result of a viru-, throat .,411 i lc < cr atched fcy n hone sustained, m Hits trmii n : ,h «,- fr,vui Kmnr- time a in t manner. . Germs which m nre usually the piis-tonnini i: r.evms the Irorti fi:,h or fowl. Sonic imall fi.sh hone may Ire lodged in j ,lie tonsil. It Is Important to set I ; out because tbo danwse it mny cause before it Is dislodged may le-.ut to .^cilous conipllc.itions. Also nt serious character is an abrasion of the eyeball. When the front of the eye Is scratched or damaged, the safest procedure 1;, to cover the eye immediately with a piece of gauze, :in:i lo have Ihe eye looked at and treated by a physician laminar with Mich conditions, > Hke (h; staphylococd : IrrjHococci. The .<(;., fonn tmir.h tlilckn material thai! do the • streptococci, but a .senoir. Etreptococclc Infection spreads much more rapidly, aiil lllay rvcmpl^y Invad? IV.e blo<xl hltx\»i) Moiit clsiKsernus ol nil that can cot into an opon wound, hovm-cr, t. 1 , thai, nf lock-j.-nv. Tiits is parllcuhrly hazardous when ihc wound is contamlnatcfl wilh flirt r,:- material frcm clothing. ^^ The rafcst nh with any abra- j taiir'typc" of rarc"and"beautifvtl cr- t'.on h lo clean, it thoroughly at | chid blooms.' THEY ARE TWO HAM "FROM TH' SAME SMOKEHOUSE, IP YOU t?UEKY ME/ THEY-KEPT OPP THEIR LIMES UMTIU AAV EAR'S WERE TIED IMTO KWOTS TRYING TO SWARE L1MGO.' BEES BUZZ1MG , AROUWD UP IKJ BELFRY? ONE OP THEM ' KEEPS PULLING A Qt\<3 THAT AAUST BE A HOMEY, BECAUSE IT NEVER PAILS ia GET A OUT OF- TH' OTHER op THAT IS A S7PAMGER TO PROPESSOP- A QENTLEMA.M Iron r.re is found in. Brazil and.; -^ ^'•-•^Z. THE BOYS Venezuela In spots' where :< cer " I ^

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