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econd class matter. I have with him and estimate Rates on request. this paper will not be must stop and look carefully in each direction These three rules if safely implanted, will go a long irl- ir TT .......... flIT ........ ............. I If We Only Could t "P'H t ' I i I / t i i ~ I Clever ~[3 '~x'x. . : " '== ~= "~xx ~ The Explorers club has moved Into Fashion 7G~ | .. ~ Its new quarters on Central Park r West. The walls of these big rooms, Delails I* WH~ with their rough .plaster and beamed CPtN'T I ceilings, enclose as many records of That UP ~'~RE ~tk~ ~ ~ adventure and aa much of the spirit -- of romance as any enclosure on this Women O' Tl'~ "i'tl~.? ~lk~4:,~ spinning globe. Here you meet men who have sailed the seven seas, tray- Would eled the five continents. They know / ' ~~"+ places, which to the rest of us are ..~ Just names, as well as we know tile Adore block on which we live, or our own -/ L . " front yard. +.And here they have AS (iifts brought trophies of their wanderings. Spears and blowpipes, bows dud axes way toward the protection of )ur younger generation, To make it a game, it would be well to teach the children these rules, and en- courage them to so instruct their little playmates, that+ they may x, become a source of protection to one another. SPEAKING The sentiments of this column, together with those of many admiring friends of this con- c)mmunity, we extend our deep- he is est sympathy to our good friend, who tie Honorable Morgan G. San- d : rs, who has suffered an incom. parable loss in the sudden death of his dear, good wife, Although his lifeis clouded and he will ever long for the loved one who that Mrs. shall find great consolation in erwent a once filled that vacant chair, he mple. the truth that in her celestial , sorry to hear abode, where all is at peace, her u see or write suffering has ended forevermore. convey to him my Mrs, Sanders, during her short sympathy and love," span of years upon this earth, arner spoke in a way filled a great place in the hearts you kno he meant and lives of her people as she word he said." went about doing good. She amman Sanders is not will be greatly missed far beyond that often breaks into the realms of her own fireside. ing content to do his out prai from the ..... [ehas risen to an is- THIS Column is gratified by the sition in Congress, much favorable comment which the way is a very long we have received over our edito. isnow in a place where rial of last week concerning the to this new paved street. It seems that we expressed t h e unanimous opinion of our whole people. We editorial was tak. column of a A Stitch In Time appreciate all comment on this column, favorable or not. We use this space merely to express our views and we are not so nar. row as to expect everybody to agree with us every time. If you agree with our opini ms, tell way. been thrown open .... fast driving public, it is we should issue a =1i ) parents whose chil- li o+... ,o ,.ve, I '"AG('"" li new road in their to and from their [I IN 'THE LIGNITE CITY' il make this warning =-=,-- .= .. ==...= _.. rip minimize the THE News in in receipt of a let. Jolty let anent "Bootleggers and their every day Goods, as sampled by our officers The new and their standing aq Church beauty in fact, it is [e and s raight, and Pillars," R p, pin r our telephone of moto: vehicle will service," and 'rl e Demi-Monde refrain from high St vie of Skirts our Girls are Notin every instance do Wearing," The communicatmn drivers respect school zones is very interesting and spicy, but town street crossings as the sender has not signed his efore behooves every nime, we cannot publish it, to redouble their safe- --o-- + TVe-- fleLO" [I III [ The Family Next Door. Not Twice in the Same Place I i I'VF. GOT NW CHRIST.S U~T. ALL. M,/~DE OUT, E'Y t life and limb. can tioned at home io ehanc( way, and mry measures ted out to them by Ity of our pubhc schools. rules which Ply in the lean In corners. Great horned and ant- lered heads thrust themselves from wooden plaques. Queer knives rest on tables and stands. Photographs show the dark depths of Jungles, illimitable stretches of desert, or the blanched barrens of |ce hummocked loneliness of polar regions. In cabinets along the walls are souvenirs of the trail breakers, the pioneers. A rifle, perhaps; a sextant; a diary; a ship's log. And In cases stand shoulder to shoulder the books they have written, testimony of trial and hardship, of victory wrested from the forces of nature, of knowledge gained through courage or plodding and persistent tolL But there Is no hardship here; only companionship and tales of strange places and peoples mixed with com- ment on New York politics and current novels and Broadway plays. And above the hum of talk or the sound of laughter, you may hear the shrill whistling of the African parrot, or a rustling of a newspaper, as some man who may have come from 6.000 miles and a year away ~arches for the ex- citement to be found in the account of a boxing match or a football game. It's a great place, this Explorers club. $ $ * A couple of young men. decided that It would be fun to go fishing. They hired a small boat with an engine In It, went off the coast and ran Into a school of fish. They caught so many that the boat was full of them. Wben they got ashore, tbey tried to give most of the fish to the boars owner, but he was not In the fish business and demanded that they get them out of his boat. He did consent to get them some gunny sucks. These they filled with fish and then the question of transportation arose. No taxi man could be foundwho was willing to carry the load. They didn't think it right to wasteso much potential food, so they finally hired a man who came by driving a small truck. Then the question was where to go from there. One of them had an Idea. He told the driver to proceed to the nearest police station and. hav- ing arrived, dragged one of the bags inside. The sergeant at the desk was highly suspicious. He smelled some- thing. "What have you got In that sack?" he demanded harshly. "Fish," said the ym]ng man. "Get them out of here," ordered the sergeant. "But I want to give them away," pleaded the young man. The sergeant didn't want any part of them. but he foully called up some lnstltutlons and found an orphans' home which con- sented to receive a present. It Is to be hoped the orphans liked fish. $ $ The new film. "Madison Square Gar- den," Is showing In New York. It has a lot of old-time dmfnpions in It. a lot I I 'll of good actors, and a number of sports ! reporters. The sports reporters were [_ -- In Los Angeles, covering the Olympic [ games. The movie I)eople persuaded them to come over to the ltoIlywood lot at nlne o'clock one morn|ng and then didn't start shooting the picture ' until after noon. That did not make much of a hit with the boys who were not used ~o being out quite that lute. ~. 1925. ~ell Syndlcate.--WNU Service. Soviet Russia Is Away Behind in Oil Schedule Moscow.--While the aggregate out- put of the Sovh:t oll Industry In the SMART COLLAR CUFF Sets-in [silk and pique] Only ..... HANDKERCHIEFS-in. itialed or border- ed. Finest Linen_ GLOVES -- Slip-ons. the season's favored fabrics__ In HANDBAGS- Envelope models in color- ful [fabroids] .... a NECKLACES-BRACE- LETS-of [antiq- ue gold] Beauties O 4b Athens, Texas WHEN IN ATH Eat at Murrell's Cafc On Highway No. 31 Just Off Square. of self Last Saturday afternoon while first seven months of this ~'ear was Gresham Fowler, son of Dr. and , , 4~ pe cent higher than in the cor- .~. ~ responding p~,iod o, ,.~+,. it was f.r i D. B.+OWEN, Ider pro. Mrs. J. A, Fowler, was selling , l themselves, special effort fireworks a boy threw a lighted, # [ Man's Son Arranges His ] Sm!lin' Charlle The seven me.the' was Funeral, Though Alive s0o tons, as against 12,528.400 tons a Office with Flagg Drug to protect the firecracker into his stock For JI I I ' ~ [ | _ . [ Boston.--John J. [logan, fifty-five, year ago. The July outI.)Ul was slight. MALAKOFF J n of t h e lower the+next five minutes it sounded ly below June and only 79 per cent of the monthly plan. ,Drillings dur- lk and play along like a Mexican revolution. Gresh- Malakoff Lodge, No 757, A hlamed his son, Edward, for a hoax in __ __ which complete arangements for the' Ing the month, amounting to 67.782 -=- before and after am burnt his eyebrows, but es x CF. & A. M. meets the 2nd. elder tlogan's funeral were made while nleters, were tO per cent less than in caped serious injury, Tim stock l hursday night in each month, he was in perfect health. June and 2~ per cent less tlmn in J, A, at of is+ Cancellation of a death notice which July, 1931. was nearly a total loss. and the Visiting members welcome, had been pubUs ed in newspal,er re- UNDERTAKER win low of Smith&Smith's G, E Matthews, W.M. vealed the hoax. Before the notice store Yeas cracked, luckily with J. E Morrison, Secy. was withdrawn, however, scores of Embalming--Ci skets mourners had visited the Hogan home. Ship Is Haven for and Ambulance Service r~o other damage. , a hearse had brought 40 fohltng chairs, Exhausted Birds Day Phone 100 Nite --o-.+-- and many floral tributes had arrived, , Malakoff Lodge, 885, Undertaker William J. Cassidy mild Boston.---It was a bird of u tale 'i'he irst National Bank has I.O.O.F. meets every Edward Hogan had Informed him of the United Fruiter San Bias should presented i 1; s customers with Tuesday night in Odd Fellow's his father's "death," and had borrowed brought into port here. Tim bird some very nice framed pictures, hal!, W. O. W. building. Visiting $45 from him "to buy some clothes to ~1'~*~ ~'~a,w in band, bird in sleeve,, bird In representing country scenes with members always welcome, attend the funeral." ~ ]~e~ra ~t boot, hlrd in the l,mt,+ge and It+ the ":" ~e~ ~~ fo'cas'le, blrds and m~re birds. OU1H thermometers attached, as well R.N. Johnson, N.G. Farmer Seriously Hurt J It was all due to the gale thal ~et forced the birds s,)rl}c 2(~,t miles tS calenders for 1914 I.W. Nolen, Sec'y. as Mule Chews His Leg hl$ from land. Capt. (;-.,,'ge II. Grunt NEW -- FIREPROOF dull. farmer, Is recovering from a" ,~~i~[~-~il~: them, They came in droves, flocks. - and swarms, hundreds of them, all .RATES critical condition after his leg bad every Monday ntgbt at I, 0.0. F been nearly chewed off by a mule. made quite tame by their battle $1.50 to $3.00 Hall. Visitors welcome. Kendan was pinn(~ under a heavy .... . .. _~ with the wind. sack with the mule when llts wagon The ship was a haven for the Every room The animal frtghten~d, t'eathered flock, the ship's otficers water, Lavatory, bath o~ said. They made the ship tbetr home until land wa~ near.