Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on January 17, 1939 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Corsicana, Texas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, January 17, 1939
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

THE CORSIC/ [•WEEKLY LIGHT, TUESDAY, JANtJARY 17, 198§. LESS COTTON BUT FARMERS' INCOME BE APPROXIMATELY SAME WACO, Jan. IS.— (F)— Although cotton production In McLennan county In 1938 was about 25,000 bales short of the 1037 crop the total Income to farmers, consld- . erlng all sources, will be about the same, the offices of County Agent J. C. Jatterson estimates. Total cotton production will bring In $2,250,000 compared with $3,750,000 earned last year, but the difference of $1,200,000, It was explained, will bo readily replaced by other Income McLen- nan county farmer* did not have last year. Patterson said parity payments this year brought Into McLennan county more than $600,000. Soil conservation payments also boosted the county total as receipts this year were more than three times the amount received last year. Cotton In McLennan county farmer's chief Income source, and the Income from other farm products is Very slight In comparison. Patterson said feed crops placed on the market In McLennan county stand about the same as last year, though no definite figures could be produced. Consequently Income for these crops remain almost the same as last year, he said. Easy, convenient, Cheap - • Just Phono Your Want Ad to 163. SALLY'S SALLIES URLNUU4U OP FATHER- Egotism and mumps are much alike, except the swelling shows in different places. SUNFLOWER STREET By TOM LITTLE and TOM SIMS V \ V YOU V/AS ME VOU'O JX> LIKE I 3X7 STEAD OP LIKE WO YOU'D H/we MORE SENSE DAM HAS/ IF I \VAS YOU CD 5TTIL JX3 LIKE I DO 'STEAD OP LIKE YOU / iTAUSE JiE WAV'XJ DO IS IP I WAS 30TH OF VOU I'D HUSH/ IP W4S ME DBV WOULD OO GET A JELLY .SAN'WICH y BENYj ^TeR MEBNVAMD . TODAY'S CROSS-WORD PUZZLE ACROSS , Public conveyance , Simultaneous discharge ol artillery , Inclose and confine , Literary frngmenti > Conclusive evidence Edible tuber Flowering plant .Changed Nobleman Conduce . Naval officer i Pertaining to the city where Augustui Caesar died ISiist Celestial body Plant or the Illy family Away Fluttered Term of addresi , Condemn to evil or destruction Take up again Place ol the seal: abbr. Uncanny Official In certain sporti Solution of Friday*! Pnzzle. 48. In good health 48. Set of three 49. Kind of dog (2. Dart 86. Manner 66. Quotidian 58. Masculine name 69. Marry 60. Icelandic tales 6V Has the ability DOWN L Cistern S. Character In "The Faerie Queene" I. Capital of Oregon 4. Kind of bird C. ISngllsh letter 8. African worm which Infests the eye T. Unit ol electromotive ' force >. Frequently 8. Artificial barriers la a race 10. Night before an event 11. Angry It. Not professional 18. Son of Seth 20. City In Colorado 12. Dwelling place 23. Author of "Robinson Crusoe" 24. Mechanical bar 26. Nimble 27. Norwegian 30. Article of belief 83. Ahead 89. Pays 38. Bearing 40. River dam 43. Omit In t pronouncing 45. Dewy 47. Metal 49. Carpenter'! tool 50. Dessert 51. Cover 53. Anglo-Saxon money of account B4. Pale 57. Note of the scale SO- HE THIKKS HE 15 COMIK1Q HOME AMD PUTOW HIS CLOTHES AND GO THIS IS A FINE STATE OP AFPAIES- MAGGIE OUT- AW I CAkl'T FIND ME FULL DCESS SUIT I'LL.. BET SHE HID IT— WELL E'S MORI WAYS THAN DID VOU IW6T ME-SI WHAT DO SOU THIMK WAS RIKJGINMT FO PCACTISIN' TO BE A SWISS BELL-RINGER 9 AW IP VOU GIT COLD VOU KIM PUT ON KAY BATH «ROBE -AND IF TO THI5 CHOWDER PARTY- WELL- I'VE HIDDEN HIS SUIT- TO GO NOW /•/(J Capi !?)•-. Km t fcmuro Winii. Int.. World rir.hu mmtj OAF* STUBBS AND I* IP PIE- HE DIDN'T PICK A GOOD TIME MOVE IT OVER: HERE OUTTATH' WAY! - NO — I WON'T GIVE. MY LAND! HOW CAN YOU KEEP ON TALKJN' 'BOUT ENLARGIN'THAT PICTURE. YOU TOOK OF MARY MAR.- G'RET WHEN WE'RE. IN SUCH A MESS AS THIS? IT'S ONLY FIFTY CENTS \VELL, I PROMISED HER. ( WELL, WE'VE PROMISED TH I MOVERS TO BE READY,TOO— ONLY FIFTY CENTS!! FIFTY CENTS HERE AN' FIFTY CENTS THERE— GRAB HOLD OF THAT RUG — YOU FIFTY CENTS— SHE.'S A VAIN LI'L THING, ANYWAY t :;Y#! A By Ban WMtOYM TILLIE THE TODJElt— MAC'S JUST TOO LATE! LET ME SEE YOU SKATE AROUND THE 8ACK- WARDS, MAC OKAY, TILLIE-. I'M ON MY WAY <30SH,TILLIE'S DOWN^HERElS WHERE I DO THE RESCUE ACT^SALLANT THAT'S ME LOOK WHO HELPED HI-YUH,TOMATO PUSSi ME U(> MAC ~ ANDY. HE'S AN IN- --- ' SfRUCTOR HERE WHERE'S YOUR SCRAPER AW, YOU'RE JUST A LOAD OF ASHES ON THE BOQQAM CHUTES OF LOVE 19)9. ICmg FcjitufM SynAuu. ttx.. WorM n<hu roerwd TOST KIDS- RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE By Ad Cartel ARE YOU TRYIN& TO 6ET ME TO SIVE YOU NO-MA'AM - 3UT DID YOU NOTICE HOW CLEAN KEEPMV NECK AN" EARS OF HELLO-MOM DID I TELL YOU MOW SOOD IVE BEEN LATELY? NO-THANK YOU 30M-BUT I HAVENT HAD A FI6HT FOR QUITE A SPELL ARE YOU TRVINS TO ME TO SEND YOU TO THE I/.M rtihl. NO-THANK VOU- BUT FATSO AN' I WERE SORTA, C5LANNIN' ON TOMORROW o MICKEY BIODSE- THE JOINT IS SURROUNDED I Walt DUn»| E RO/\R OF A LION.IN-THE-WO0D.& NEARBV FIRES CRUSOE WITy/A^BURST OF ENERGY AND HE FINISHES THE STOCKADE I YEH---THE ONLY TROUBLE IS— WE CAN'T GET > OUT, EITHER! YOU J FILLED IN WHERE OUR GATE WAS GONNA BEJ 1-16 HORRORS! TRAPPED BY OUR OWN HAND! WE SHALL STARVE! WE .SHALL DAY] THIMBLE THEATRE Bterrlng POPETB-NOW 8HOWTNO-"A 1ITTLE MAN OROAVS UP" TOMORROW- "THIS ISNT LEAP YEAR1" 3o 40 31 ffZ 4o Xtf 41 -THREE IS A CROWmVAM FROM THE FOUNTING OF VOUT' ANJ BCOME AM IWFIWK HE WAS'A IKJFIMK \WHEM SUSIE PDT HIM ON HER ' LAP HE GNED THE 1— 1NF1S1K SP1KJACH JUICE AWSUDDINGLV HE B'COME GROVJKJ H-M I HOPE t AM MOT\ PRESUMING ON OUR 1 SHORT ACQUAIMTAMG! IFISAV VOUHAVE : COMFORTABLE LAP HOBTIUER MUSI FIRST AID B; SAKBEJIA|

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free