The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1935 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 25, 1935
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THE BLYTHEVILIE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO, PUBLISHERS 0. R, BABCOCK, Editor U. W. HAMEd. Advertising Manager Sole Nalfonul iAd\eitlshig Representatives: Arkansas Datfe, Inc, Now York, Chicago. Deirou, Si. Jxiuts, Dallas. Kansas city, Memphis Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday RA. • Entered ns jiceond' doss mailer at tlic post ollics nl BJyllievJlle, Arkansas, under net of Coinress, Oi- lobcr 9, 1817. Served by the United Press SUBfeCKlPTlON RATES Jly carrier In Ihc City ol Blylhevllle, 15o per week, or $0.50 per year, iti advance. By mail, wltlim a rauius of 50 miles, $3.00 per year. $1.59 tor six months, 35o for three moiitlis; oy null In postal zones two ki six, inclusive, 58.50 per year; In zones seven and eight, J10.00 per year, payable In advance. Scramble for H is never safe to render an appraisal on mi action by Congress until you iipjmiitic Uic motives Iwck of the .action. The congressional rebellion against the • "gag rule" in connection with tlio administration's $'1,800,000,000 work relief bill might be a very praiseworthy filing inclccil, if it were ba.scd on a OctevmimiUon to exercise Die' full powers of representative government -in an 'untrammelled manner. Unfortunately, however, it is commonly reported from Washington thill the rebellion was designed chiefly to open the way for log-rolling tactics of Uio traditional type, so that a proper amount o IV. "pork" could be injected into Ibis measure. Viewed .from Dial juitrle, tins' reljcl- lion is luiw c symptom of coiigvcssiumil -good health' than of political grccil. There arc valid arguments against the gag inle— but the desire to dip both hands inlo Die pork bjirrel ia not one' of them. The President Lifes It Celebration oi' President Hooscvell'a .birtluhiy on Jim. 30 «s '« mciins o)' raising new funds to fight infantile paralysis gives the American people a lino chance' to combine pleasure, with thu advancement, of a worthy cause. It is, also a timely reminder Unit the "nirin-Kiiiiiy routine . S 'Q£: V tli.c/ Wliitt; Jlouae doc.s not, sy far, "scciit to have made « -dent in Ihrj-tjoud health .enjoyed by our chief executive. Dr. Rcs's T. Mclnlire, While House physician, is authority for the slHle- Jiioni, dial the, iMusidcitl i s iictiiully in bettci physical condition now Hum hu was when he, became president. 't'hc presidency is a terrific strain for any occupant of the'office; its re- 'spo'nsibiJilieii have been multiplied vastly in recent years; but Franklin Koose- velt, far from .wilting under the pressure, actually seems (o enjoy it. Any doubts that aiiycne might have ujilertaintd, during the .1932' campaign, as to his ability .to stand up under the taxing White House routine must long sjnce have vanished Th= only BOO:!.took. In my opinion. | s „„ honest book, nnrt no book, I i,m sure, can be- honest and wholly bad, -Vartlls Fislicr, niillior OUT OUR WAY The Best Way, lo Pay Taxes County scrip at present Is eolog begaN allt) those Jorcec; to have Ihe jiioui-y arq reijiilred to discount the scrip {roin 10 to 36 per cent. This means Hint Individuals and firms selling the county supplies of nny kh)(l jiuist charnc . enough more' for tjielr wares to cover this los-v or do business with the county at a te. By paying (axes in monthly installments every taxpayer, large or small, can at Inxptiylng lime use the scrip they receive In return for their monthly payments In paying their taxes. if your taxes amount to only fifty dollars a yew you cun jwy them this svny. ff they amount, to hundreds of dollars yearly you can still pay them this cusy way. It will not cost you nn nxtrn penny to pay your taxes In Installments, but It will benefit you Indirectly for whether you rcr.liix; it or not you are forced lo pay your proporlioimte part of every unnecessary mldeil cxttciwc to iho county nnd depreciated scrip adds from 10 lo 25 per ccnl to unnec.e^ary expense. The Taxpayers Assoc'mllon, Hon. Clinrlcs li Sullcnger, Irustcc, will .ariangc for you to pay into his office every month iliu amount, you your taxes you will gc; scrip at r'ull (ace value icr every dollar you hnvc paid in, this ocrlii feel you c;in pay nnd when you to to pay you can lukc to the collector's oftlce and he will receive _ It [he same na so much cash. The whole irnnsactlon costs you nothing but savcii you money. The money paid inlo the Taxpayers Association monthly Is used to pny blll.t owed by Ihc county, thus preserving tlio public credit ami keeping scrip from being sold, at a dlseomil. The iissociiillon tnkcs the scrip wlien iiayiiie bills and this Is the scrip that is returned to you at, Ihe end of the year or ut any time you ( desire a. Nobody gets a penny of pay for this service. - • • • - . —Osccola Times. : ' '' ! BLYnfeVlLLB. (ARK.) COURIER' NEWS Debunking "The-Message to Garcia" Was it Elbii't..-Hiibbiii'd W h'o wrote Hint iKmnih- Itl, "The .Mcssiiuc u> Ctarciiv," which liiis lirai used for so many years to plague sin nil boy.s? IL conlnhiL'tfii snrblcil vciiiioii of an Inciilunt thai occurred ilurliig tlio Siianlsh-Ainciicnii wnr. when MnJ, Andrew Rowan was directed to cany a mcs-iaKc. to . a cutxm» rebel leader, whosc wlierontouui was unknown.' Mtij. Rowan Is sup- ixscrt, to -hnvc nskcil no questions, saluted smartly ami turned to his dangerous anu difficult mission. The inorul wax for nil boys to lenrn tlio habit of unquestioning obedience, reeiu-illcss .oMlic .nature'of Uic ma'or com- niniid ifauert by their eiders. Now conies tha tfuo story of Mitj. Kan-airs exploit, us low iu -'his own report to Ihe Adjutaiil-Gcneiiit or (ho army, His orlglnul orders were not to seek, ciarcin, mil to proceed to raslcrn.; Cuba to ascertain military conditions in that region. Upon reaching Kingston, Jamaica, he. was told to join Garcia n s soon ns possiole. There is notlilne In .the report ns published to Indicntc thnt he did not know where Garcia wn.s or thiil he would not Ije provided with nn escort. AH n. matter of fact, an escort did lend lilm to (ho Cuban cliicKaln. Mnj. Rownn carried out, c- military order with promptness and dispatch,, bill ho did not net like the robot, .In Elhcrt Hubbard's falvy ,la]c. —SI. Louis Posl-DLspalch. If n new public inquiry inlo the, films is Inaugurated, people who consider sex sinful of itself must be excluded, like other lunatics. —Cicovsc Bernard Shaw, famous dramatist, * • 4 The musses" of workers In factory', mill, \uicl mine arc regimented lo a degree unknown lo any previous society. —Dr. Lewis Lorwln, economist. » i » ' Aclms LS u portrayal ut lift, and certainly tlic best and trutckcsl way to get the knowledge of it is in matrimony. — Virginia Urucc, movb actress. |SIDg_GLANCES By George Clark Drug Taken tp Ease Pain May Have Serious Effect FRIDAY,-JANUARY 25, : i935 Medical Associ llysria, Urn lion, ami of 'Louise, bring ,| own .,|| lhost . rllgs and.Cushions. Ilert a'K a vacuum cleaner demonstrator." One of Hie- most significant o>>- Ecrvalions of the last few years has been Ihc discovery that certain pcopte are sensitive lo the drujf called aiiifdopyrlnc, or pyr.v inidon, and that lliey respond to the taking of this drug with a tudden drop iii the white blood Ccll.i. Tills is most serious, because the- white Wood cells are responsible (oi 1 protection of the human body against Infection. A vast amount of this drily is taken for relief of pain. The dmo; also is taken in combinations with oilier drugs in <ii e form of various sleeping remedies which are now exceedingly popu- lav in this country.' These sleeping remedies contain mixtm-es of various substances related lo Ihc Ijarllurie acid deriva- •— n^ v,uv n tivss, such as luminal, dial, niny-tngi-amitocytasls till and neinbtitai, and also in tin: "" mixture known as allumtl. * * • A Dullish Investigator recently special study of some who seemed to have this - ",v,,\i cell count dropped, Ihe patient wns exceedingly sick. Since so many millions of of such drugs me taken leSiiiarly and only a feu' hundred of Ihisc cases arc reported, there ore undoubtedly not a great many people who are sensitive, but this has not, yet been determined. * * * H seems, however, that ther» is a sensitivity and that il is associated in some way with condition of the cells concerned and pei-haiis ivitli the glands of in- A sensitive very small dose lakin^ of pyramldon, 'Aimee Dressed for'Conquest n violent action on tin! wnitc tlooci cells, an action which Is felt by some persons as long I as 12 days after taking tlic time. Eiicush evidence has been accumulated lo indicate thai UK> taking of Hits drug is responsible for the vast majority : of cases of sensitivity, in one case the pa- hiiti S.020 white cells for each cubic millimeter of blood. He was t'ivai 3 grains of pjwnirlon uy mcuili and his blood cells counted every half hour for a period of dues or four days. His white cell count fell in I 1 ,:. hours from 9,000 (o J.OOO; (lien ' rose steadily hums to 11,500. fell off the and after By Williams Horners.ville Society ~ Personal Dr. and 'Mrs. 15: G. 'Uopu mid ;ou, nnlph. and Mr. nnd MLS. Jharlca r. Keimclt. spent, Sunday 11 Carulhersvillc as Ihc (jucsls ol Mr. . mid. Mi's. Vic McCoy. Mr. ana Mrs. Dave Eybei't left Thursday for Cairo, 111., where hey will rcmnlii for a few weeks is Guests of Mrs. Egbert's sislcr. MrsJ Earl Droofcins. Mrs, D. A. Ruffin amt' daiigh- er. -Mrs, C. B. Wulsoii. d.iul chil- Ircii. Cnrlync and Charles, were n Kenncll Saturday .where Ihc lldren. nrc laking dantlni;. Miss Cora lirynnt wcnl. lo Mtm- )lils Saturday to be with her mini, Mrs. Gcuryi) I'icrce, of „• Etownli, Ark., who is in a serious 'condition nt Ihe Baptist hospital. [Tlie^Rcy, O. N. dalnes and N. j.-'BIcvfns acconipanien/ a intnjjci 1 of icpiesentativcs of the Mettiod- sl church here to, Mnldwi Thuri- Iny, where llicy attended a dls- .ricl mccling of the ^i-sstonnry Council, hearing the Rcy.3 Dr. Lu- :hcr E. 'redd,' . secretary' of the Board of Finance of Uie St. l.uuis nference. ',' •' . Mr. nnd Mr.s. Allirofd'i Sanders •ipcnl Sunday in Marble Hill, where hey visited relatives, Funeral services were held at tlic Methodist church Wednesday iftcrnooii for' Mrs! Emma Uich- inlson, 00, wiiQ died from jmcu- uonla av the home of 'her son, Lee, ivtio lives near Lcnchvilic. Mrs. Klcliardson hud lived here for a. number of years, 'being a unlive of Tennessee. Mr. anil Mrs. Raymond flower- Ion, of Lctichvlllc. were here Sunday ,as eucsls of Miv.iuid Mrs. Jell Branmim, ' . At the Grade Invitational i;a.s- kcluall tournnment held hei'j Tliurutay. Friday, and Saturday, nt which Ihc .schools of Cnrdwell. Eenalli, Arbyrd, Cnnitheravillc, Nesbit, and Silverrialc parlicl|»tcd wiih Shields, Boiie. Cotton I'lanL, ami Coid Water the Shields girls uefcalcd Central school 10-13 and the Bono boys \voti~froni Cotton Plant n-io at, Ihc Saturday nujlil, ijamcs. Mrs. W. Ii Ruilin ami Mr.s. Nelson Tiimiji tpcnl Monday in Kennell. Dr. C. C. Dnrnhardt-. pu-slor ol the Methodist cluucli at. Ciirutli- eisvillc, will hu the gueat .speaker at the "Uiimciv Nigiii" prugtaiu lo b<: held Wednesday niglil, Jutuinry ' ' „ - lo 2,001) in the next 2-1 hours. Then it began • lo ma ...., While tlie condition : may be caused by other drugs, such as Hie benzene derivatives, gold, salvarsan and dini- tiophciiol. Ihe greater majority of cases arc due to amidopyriite, or pyramldon. It is an interesting fact that publication of information that, agraiiulocytosis could be produced by ainidopyrine , resulted in the disappearance of such cases in tlic records of one of Ihc Ini-gest hospitals in Denmark. Five cases were seen in that' hospital from August up to D°- ccmber, 1933, but after the facts were .announced no other appeared trom August lo December, urn. Rivaling. SliobiVs queen In !hc cnlcndoi' of her raiment, Aimce Semple Mcl'herson is.pklurccV here as she said farewell to her Angeliis Temple''aides and Ir-ft for Seattle' to start for tlio Orient, in luxurious while, fin- coat and lofluc, 'and hah- elaborately coirt'eil, 'Hie evangcltsV is garbed 'for comincst oil hi>i> 'J SVoilU Airplane service is «iid to be taking more than a million dollars' worth of business Irom niil- loads entering New York. January % • Scotch poet, born- of " .-reaggSvST l!r.CI,\ IIISIIE TOIIAY I:AI.R ui:M)t;ua()\. t ,ri-iij-, z-j, ifi>rkn. In a iiflh min. Site :iud Ucr hrulljrr, I'UII,, ]D, Kii|i^nrt Chcir jnvulld Inllirr. S'I'KVt! .inovmis, wljo nlao iT»rk> hi Ibi. mill. ii*U>, Call, to iimrr> Jtjui. Shf t)r<,iiii.ii-A I,f ztrc Mm nn niiMyiT In n TL-IV tjuja, '1'lint iJHil! Csile I;OIM ^liiilfnK uu (hi; tlvcr. Ttic rcc firriili* anil slie It rCM'til-l] by ItlllAN U'UST- »OH1?, iibitsu TU(JKT, uuir fiend, liiiln ihf nilll. llrhin :i!iUs Gale Iu vttttl irlille he KKts liU cur but ^vlii-n lie return* &hc Is uniic. \Vlicn 'V I (Til V [rilATCHEIl, <]iiiiKii.ii.r ; 'or'iii)jii;n ; j' TM.vr(:H- KEl, K^ni'rnl tnuiingcr or (lie tulti, lirarj llrlnn lim cnmc Inline tan clinnKvx her mini] nljuui mklo« » 'lrli> to linvnnu. Xvn any JIAIIV C.1SSIDV I* tlinclinrKi-il Irtnii Ihc mi]]. Cntu B«c» In ainrjr-i bnnic Ilinl iil s hl. Till: bntir IIJI.H «:nniy. (Ink- mid n . rielijliliuc Mork Iu a;ivc Hie cliilil'jt IIIc. aicnnuliMu Vluk.r mill llrlau n(- (ciill n luirlj Hi Uic Cuiuilrj Ctulj. NOW GO OX WI'l'll THE S'l'OHY C1IAPTBI! Vllf T I01IT from tiio single tiiilli fell brighlly.ou tlio kilchea table, Icavinf tlio rest ot tlio room iu shadows. Gale Henderson, In lier printed cover-all aprou. slosbed Uio warm, soapy water over the plates iu Hie dish Dan. Galo was think-lug pleasantly o[ the evening before lier. Slio hatl a new magazine lo read, one Josip liaii .loaned lior. .Galo had had llttlo timo to herself lately. Sc'ronil nigliu slie'd been at Mary.;Caasifly's—but the baijy was bell'er.ijo'pr.. Gale had stopjieil oa tlio way-hoino.from work, liail met Mary Cassidy's grateful eyes, lighted now with hope. No, Mary hadn't lie.inl from Hie mill, but slio waa eolns;'to do a washing ilay. The Nicoletti.s— Borne ot tbcm—\vould stay .with/the toby. A couulc of washings a ireefc and luaybo somo cleaning, It.Bbo could fet it, would nie.iu money enough for food anil lo keep them ivarin. Gale felt relieved (hat Mary bad work (o do. If only she could go bade to the mill—1ml that wasn't likely. Tlicy weren't lakicg an? more on. Hadn't been since they'd begun speeding uji iho inachlnos. Gale lurncil from tlio table, and . cauglit a sliuipso of hsr brother In the. doorwiiv. "Phil," she said, "tiara's soms- tUinff wrons with i!i» | ro ii. rj 0 you suppose you could iii it;" The boy iu tus doorway straight. eueO. Taller ttau Gale, slender and loosely built, Hi 0 t-. vo r6sca iWed each other only slightly. Phil Hea-, rteraou'a brlgbt red ialr r*uialn«d au unruly sliock la a p] t 9 0 £ bfusli- iusa.and replicationj of cold water. HI? bins eyej v, er - : T . af; ., lebsllioua. Obviously fbil l{-ud er soii was young, but i't ,,ot a young voice that answered, ' Ciu't toalght. I'm going out." : "But, Fin-.:- •'•:'' ' : '' Ha Eloppsd ],., Jn .,,,| } .. „[ , e n you I Inren't not (hue! I'll' do It tomorrow ir [ 5 , ( . sl . 0 , 4Uj to „ „ Culc, married, fearful, iCatcltctl Jicr broker Icaac. S/ic /lopcJ lie ivoult) Ifccfi lih promise. called, "OIi, Phil!" The brother ;,nii Eiulcr looked hi cadi oilier, ilicn both moved lo- ward ibo doorway. "Yes, Dad." Thn innu v.'bo Ti.vJ spoken was liib on a couch, propped up witli pillows. lie was a large inan, with gray hair, and Ins clothing, which looked worn, hung upon him loosely. "Did I hear your sister asking you to help lier, Phil?" lio asked. "H'3 all lighl," Gala put Iu quickly. "It's just llio iroa I wanted iiioi to fix, aud Pull's solos to do it tomorrow. It woa ; t wake a bit of difference." "Sure, I'll do il tomorrow," Pall Ha swung Into the coat ue besn . carrying on bis arm, jammed a felt bat on hfa head. "Good night, Dad." "Walt a nilu'alj, Vliil," bis father said. "Try fo gat la cairlisr to- uight, wou't you? You used your sleep. I don't like lo liava you alaylug out until all hours tbs.way you liaro been lalely." "Sure—I'll be In early." Gale, worried fearful, walelied lira jo. Sbs hopa>I FU11 would jeep his promise* llti outer door i.lcied uu ibe young ujac. Pljll ilendeisou walked down Ihij narrow sidewalk and turued left. IJo went ou several blocks furlber before he halted la front of a, sm.all BQuare House. Pliil knocked at Ihe door and The Uoor SWUUK open and a woman, Bilhouetled against Uio HghleO room, asked shrilly, "Who is it?" Voyd'a palo eyes sniilcj. "Uoii't let ma burry you," he said In an oily Tolce. "What's the rush?" "Who says I'm In a rush?" "Wlio.aaya so?" Vogel! stepped forward aggressively, "f say so. 1 say so and whal you gonna 'iln about il?" Tlic smiling eyes, llio level voice were coolly insulting. Anger blazed in Phil Hcndersou'ii face. 'U'll do plenty!" |, 0 snapped. Hut Ruby was belweeu them. Ed —Pliil!" E !,o cried. "Voii'vo sot to Eloi) il—both of you — !"' The itoor at. the opposite side ot the room oncijed anil Mrs. Griffith appeared. "What's goin' on here?" -.-"It's me —Phil nrailenjoii. fa Ruby hero?." "Ruby? Yes, I guess so. Conic oil in." ., .The,.wouian slcpiicd bacl; and Phil entered the house. U was n I she demanded harslTiy. living robin'.In whicb ho stood,! ''Whjr—vvby uolliin'. ,Ma," luiby cli.eanly furnished nnu uouc loc If?"!'.. - T I' C !)oyj ''; crc Illst '^Vus clean. Brightly solored calendars and a largo tinted photograph hung on tho iv.ills. There were paper Howora la a vaso on tbo tablo am) a Kcwpio Coll, wearing a plnl; saab, stood 011 the radio. "I'll tell Ruby you're here," the said aud disappeared. n liltlo ergumen'.— -• Vogel's narrow 11(13 saiij, "Good crenlng. Mrs. Ori Me l!i((l. Me ami my friend were just liavin a-little discussion, H was all fi'icndl)', you nnJersland " „ ''^i 1 . Jfeiiilerbon cut him sliorl. 'IL':; lim'o for' ine to lio leaving," ho said. VUood ni s ],i, itul.y. 'N-jglii Mrs. Griffith. Vogel-l'll sec you Phil lit a cigaret, liuisbea it audl 1 ^-™"^';, ^ L ' was crushing out the flauio wireu j-s,,^' 'wseo'w i'"'" Sfl &>'»>»">• lie. heard footsteps on the stairs. iiu {,, followcirPhil lo Ihc door. A short girl, wearing a green I The last thing he saw before l:e dress aiid very high lieelcil shoes. j sl ? l)nc<1 [ l ! l .°| ', llc darkness was her nneared in tho doorway, smiling. I ' inison Jip. 1 ,.appear. "Hello, Phil." she said. "Hello, Ruby. Took your lime, didn't you?" >. Tho girl came forward, smlliuy. A bit too plump tor Ihe current fashion. Kuby Griffith walked with tiio assurance of a real beauty. She hod a large mouth, vividly rongeit. ami ber rather small eyes lielil o light, a9 Uiough there were an c.v ceUont \3rJ<e whicb she was sharing with no one else. TrA an hour later PJjjl , son entered a long, narrow, smoke-filled'room.'. A sliorl, heavily- built man .clapped him on tiio sliuulder.;. "lli,". rhtl!" )io sniil i "Hi, Leliy. Sec-n Joe around!" "ll« v.-os lierc a little wbilc ago." I'lic lifavllj-built man lurneil. | "f'bcrd lie is.'' lie motioned with I his bead toward the rear of tbo "Did you got tired of waiting?" I room - "Back there.' she asked. "I didn't say tbat—but yon sure look your lime." "I was busy," Itnby announced, apparenlly considering 'this su!5- cient explanation. '"Well," Phil said.'"filial! we get goliiK? It's gcttiue late—" The girt raised faintly reproving eyes. "I'm sorry, Phil," she said, "but I got lo ureak that date for tho movies." "What do you mean, break ft?" "Now, listen, Phil, don't be mail! You sec I bad a dale with Ed Vosel —I promised Iiim a long time ago anil then when you asked mo to go lo tho movies I forgot. But Ed canro arouDd loday anU reminded me, so you seo I couldn't get cut of it, could II" "Yv'hero're you going?' 1 "To Ibe dauce at Monterey." Tlie EirVs lashes lowered. "Ed's got a car, you know," sua said olowiy, distinctly. "But see liere, Huby—" >;<•; * * » A KNOCK 011 flie iloor Inlei-- The girl cajd (julckly, "Mayl«j that's Ed now!" A moment latsr Bbo.lud tuo door opin. "Hello, Kd." Ruby said. "Corns on Iu." TjiQ zuau wto ei^tereij ^43 not 23 lall'as Phil Henderson but us was siuarely built, broad-shouldered. He wore a gray overcoat and gray bat which !m pushed back on bis head, revealing saudy-colored lialr, carefully slicked down. • "Hello, Huby," 'Ed VOSE! said, f'hil moved on. There were ivn men. lialMeaniiiR. luiU-sitlini; on Iho cfli'o ot a [able imshed as;alntc the wall. One ol ilicin was sleud"r .ind sallou-.sliinncd wilb dark, curling hair and heavy eyebrows. Tho nlan bc£tn> him l,a ( | a nulily corn. prcx/qfi. Ttio ilark-liaircd man saw 1'hil ' and raised u:io liantl ifi greetfni;. "Thouglil. you weren't coiniiii; arounrtv" ho said. "I changed my minit." Tho man wilh Die nulily com- plation got to his feet. "Got lo lio Koin'," bo said. "Either ot you lei- lows comiu' dov.ii Uic street?" "Guess I'll stick around a while," Joo Gillaspie said. Phil droppeil to tlio table beside him and the oilier Wan moved away. Pliil lo-B-ererl his voice as he said, nodding at Ihe retreating back, "fa lo coming to tiio meeting?'' "Sure." "I tilted lo Blackie Moyer and Frank SuiulsUoiu," Pliil went ou. "Blaekie said he'd ha'there. I'm not so sure about Stindstrom—" Giliaspie let out-au oath, "fillliy shesp!" ho contemptuously. . "Afraid to sland up with their own people aiiil figut. That Suhdslrora and (!io test like bira! Swine!" "Maybe we'd belter get going." said restlessly, late." getting Glllasriia said, williout liirnius Ills bead; "You go out and wait on tiio corner. I'll coma la a rnln-' Pull eali], "0. K." and Hs . . walked lo Ihe trout ol Hie building, ' and theu, «yelas Phil, "Well^-sea jou've jot company!" e "I'll ba on my way," Phil said. j st °PPe<l long enough to light '-,.,, lial iu baud, "Sj loiis. Uuby. I'll clgaiet ami \veut out Iuto His ulslit, t be sesfng you-" . 1 ( 1 0 Ut comiuucdj

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