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Illinois Valiev News. Thursdav.
FICTION
Cornee
T y iW N In the w ell, w ith no way of
ge tting out and w ith little hope
o f rescue. C h ris T ho rn ton re m e m ­
bered the line he had w ritte n over
and o ve r in his copybook some 40
ye a rs before “ N E V E R P U T O F F
T IL L
TOM ORROW W HAT YOU
C A N DO T O D A Y .” He could fa irly
see the large round le tte rs he had
so la b o rio u sly form ed w ith pen held
s tiffly in ink-sm eared fingers.
A n r il 22
iq a q
Classified Department
E X C E P T IO N
By P A U L T U L IE N
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RABBITS 4 SKINS
about—lik e w o rryin g about the crops
o r planning som ething else. Such
w o rrie s looked p re tty inconsequen-
tia l now. And unless he could get
out of the well, there wouldn't be
any m ore planning.
T h in kin g of the line made him
th in k of the boys who had been
his schoolmates and playm ates in
th o s e
long-past days — Tom ,
George, C ecil, J im m y . Fred and
m any others whose names he
could not even reca ll. Where were
they now? He h adn't seen one of
them fo r years.
i
“ Where are you?” some one called
' fa in tly ,
,
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I A fte r the stra n g e r had found a
; la d d e r and helped h im out. T horn
ton said, “ I should have fix e d that
long ago. Way back when I was
in the second grade I w ro te in m y
copybook
about
leven
hundred
tim es,
N E V E R P U T O F F T IL L
TOM ORROW W H A T YO U C A N DO
T O D A Y ,’ and I ’ve c e rta in ly found
out now how wise th a t is .”
W A N T L IV E R A B B IT S 4 lb s. ud . rab
I b it s k in s , h id e s, w ool, m o h a ir, c a s
e a r n , liv e p o u ltr y R u h r R C o m p a n y ,
935 8. W . F r o n t, P o r tla n d , O re g o n
FOR SALE
R E F R IG E R A T O R E Q U IP M E N T
S a le s ¿i S e rv ic e , ii o r tlu lo c k e r :,, u ,.ltle
c o o le rs , r e a c h In b o x e s M eal c a s e s .
E v e ry th in g
In r e f r i g e r a t i o n P o r t l a n d
R e f r i g e r a t i o n Co., 1516 N E K ill,
M IS C E L L A N E O U S
dream s. d islo ca te d hopes and __
la g s w o rth . P o r tla n d . O re g o n
Ph.
T R . 6644.
tragedies in a tra in in g ca m p than I
T A N K S A N D E Q U IP M E N T
non-com batants could e ve r guess
D ire c t fr o m m a n u f a c t u r e r . R a n g e s
BUSINESS 4 INVEST. OPPOR.'
w a te r h e a t e r s , r e g u la to r s , c o p p e r
T his is no sob s to ry —no c ry in g
tu b in g , f i t t i n g s , a p p lia n c e s .
F
I L l .t •
I p liu n M n c eaii'l
m atch. It is a tru e s to ry a ffe c tin g
B U T A N E E Q U IP M E N T C O M PA N Y
in g b u s in e s s in th.- f a s t e s t g r o w in g
1708 So. S o to S t.
the fu tu re liv e s and hopes o f m an y
to
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rn Id ah o F o r fu r th e r
L oj A n g e le s 23, C alif.
I n f o r m a tio n w r ite P . O. B o x 595,
v e ry fin e young m en—such as C har-
W r ite f o r f r e e c a t a lo g
J e ro m e, Id ah o.
he K e lle r o f the Yankees. K e lle r is
The lin e had had little m eaning
S P L IN E C 3 A P T HOM ES
as clean and as fin e a c itiz e n a , j
t-’A h E W IT H C L A SH U b e e r lic e n s e in
fo r h im then—ju s t some words th a t
“E a s y to b u ild and ea y to b u y ”
d o w n to w n C o tta g e G ro v e . 2 - s to r y
he m ust w rite over and over u n til
“ I suppose th a t m akes good sense ever have known. He was a top stu- A tt r a c t i v e d e a l to h o u s in g p r o je c ts ,
Iddg. w ith a p t . o v e r c a fe . B e s t b u y
M iss C u rry was satisfied. And M iss
a lw a ys,” agreed the o th er, “ unless dent a t M a ry la n d . He was a young
In s t a t e . B e t t e r h u r r y . A ll f o r »35 .
c o n tr a c to r s , c a r p e n t e r s o n th e hes
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G ro v e C afe, C o tta g e G rove,
C u rry had been hard to satisfy. Its
D im ly th e ir faces appeared out of th e re ’s an exception to prove the s ta r w ith the Yankees. He has known
O regon.
L o w c o s t, h ig h g r a d e 2 'x 6 '' s id in g ,
m eaning was brought home sh a rp ly
m ore than one bad b reak. He was
the past, and then the line came c u le ”
s to r m
p ro o f, m e e ts a ll b u lld in ,
R E S T A U I t A N T A N D F O U N T A I N In
co d es, c u s to m b u ilt, f in a n c in g p o s
to h im now—when perhaps it was bobbing back, blotting them out.
“ W ell, if e ve ry ru le has an excep- 3ust edK‘nK into th c m oney when he
b e s t to w n in E a s t e r n O re. a t s a c r i ­
s ib le .
too late.
“ N E V E R PUT O FF T IL L TO M O R­ tion, this was no exception, any- was called to w a r service. L a s t sea­
f ic e t o r ig l it p a r t y , f o r q u ic k a c tio n .
I n - t ].. r a t io n in to w n . P.O . B o x 487.
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However, the fo rm e r owner of the ROW W HAT YOU CAN DO TO ­ w a y ," T hornton said, adding sud- ,o n a Br °w th on his spine cu t h im
O n ta r io , O re g o n ,
In c .
fa rm had le t so m an y things about D A Y .” Why couldn't the line stay denly, “ Say, how d id you happen to down-
C oq u ille, O regon
FARM S A N D RANCHES
the place run down th a t he had tim e
away, he thought a n g rily. It couldn't com e.'1’
K e lle r has been w o rk in g desper-
F O R S A L E — ’a yd- L i n k b e lt S p e e d e r
only to take care of w hat seemed do h im any good now.
G R A D E A D A IR Y F A R M ^ 2 3 S acrZw.
“ I represent the V a lle y F a rm e r.
a te ly to get back. The old pain is
S h o v e l <& D ra g lin e . D ie s e l C a t. Mo
to r. $4300.00— S t r a i g h t Shov« 1 $3750
m ost necessary. U ndoubtedly, he
His dog began b a rk in g —at a Y o u r su b scrip tio n has run o u t.”
lo o c u ltiv a te d , 2 - y e a r - r o u n d creek?»,
gone. The s u ffe rin g is over. But
1«. E. P o la n d , 111-1 M is s io n St.,
ir r i g a t i o n . M o d e rn b u ild in g s , e le c ­
thought ru e fu lly, it would have been sq u irre l m aybe. O r was somebody
T hornton laughed. “ T here’ s the ex-
back m uscles take tim e to mend.
W e n a tc h e e , W a s h . P h o n e 965-M
t r i c i t y , a ll m a c h in e r y a n d s to c k
w is e r to replace the rotten boards I coming? He shouted fo r help, hope­ ception we were ta lk in g about. I got
in c lu d e d . T e rm » , F r a n k W a rd , G le n ­
“ I can h it the b a ll s o lid ly ,” he told
F O R SALES i W< b«e d r i l l m a e h in«
w oo d , K l i c k i t a t C o u n ty . W a s h in g ­
th a t covered the abandoned well, fu lly at firs t, but as the m inutes a le tte r fro m y o u r paper a m onth
me, “ but it doesn't go v e ry fa r. I
c o m p le te w ith E l e c tr ic W e ld e r on
to n .
even though his cows m ig h t have went by, despairingly.
I n t e r n a t i o n a l tr u c k . V e rv g o o d c o n ­
ago asking m e to renew. I'v e put
need tim e to re b u ild those d e stro y­
d itio n . W . C. D A Y . R t. 4, E o x 131
F D R K A L E — D a ir y F a r m — 80 a c r e s ,
stepped over a fa lle n w ire to tra m ­
The dog continued to bark. Prob­ o ff sending the m oney ag a in and
ed muscles. W hat about the future?
O ly m p ia , W n . P h o n o 9436.
a c r e s c le a r e d ,
30 a c r e s
f a ll
ple his pro m isin g corn.
ab ly at a s q u irre l, fo r there were again, but if 1 h a d n 't put it off, you
p lo w e d : g o o d b u ild in g s . E l e c tr ic ity .
Who knows? I can on lv hope.”
I I I - . ? A L L IS - C H E L M E R S , < x tr a
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$7700.00.
$4000
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d
le
,
if
m
any
of
them
about.
A ll day he had been fix in g fences,
w ouldn’ t have come to d a y .”
There is Spud C handler, n e a rin g j
o f r o lle r s , c a b a n d o th e r s p a r e
I n te r e s te d w r ite to R t. 2, box 27.
p a r ts . <¡00(1 c o n d itio n . B a n P e t r o f f ,
and com ing home he had forgotten
L a C e n te r , W a s h .
40, a g re a t p itc h e r w ith a g re a t
R t. 3, T h e D a lle s , O re. P h o n e 4 6 -F -
about the w e ll which he could not
heart. The chunk they cut fro m his
21, a f t e r 7 p. m.
F A R M o n r i v e r ; 73 a . tilla b le .
see in the darkness. An ankle had
M od. h o u s e , b a rn , m a c h in e s h e d a n d
elbow is s till a St. P etersburg ex­
<>PP<>RT1 m t v f o r i. iia b b , a m b i­
g
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a
g
e
.
E a r l G rah am , In d e p e n d e n c e ,
been h u rt in the fa ll — perhaps
h ib it. “ I ’ m a im in g a t 15 w in s ,” J tio u s . ( l e t d e ta ils , s t a t e a t o n c e y o u r
sprained o r broken. I t was swollen
ic tu a l f a c i l i t i e s M I R .. 1534 N . L a i
Chandler told me. “ I w o n 't be fa r
P a l m a i , D os A n g e le s 28, C al. P R O ­
D IV E R S I F I E D F R U I T R A N C H
and painful, and p robably would be
a w a y .”
M aybe. M aybe not. But
F I T S a lm o s t d o u b le y o u r m o n e y .
L o c a te d in th e lo w e r Y a k im a V a lie v
worse by m orning.
here’s a m a n ’s ca re e r hanging in
n e a r th e H a n f o r d p r o je c t. O v e r 7*5
T R A N S IT S , le v e ls , c o m p a s s e s , s te e l
a c r e s in c lu d in g a p p l e s , c h e r r ie s
He struck a m atch and looked at
the balance.
tap» - so ld , r e n te d , r e p a ir e d . P O R T
P e a c h e s , p e a r s , a p r i c o t s a m i p ru n e s .
L A N D I N S T R U M E N T CO., 334 SW
his watch. T w enty to nine. Surely it
Tex Hughson o f the Red Sox—one
A b s o lu te ly f r o s t fr e e , p e r f e c t c o n ­
5 th , P o r tla n d , O re g o n .
d itio n a n d f u l l b e a r in g . T w o la r g o
m ust be la te r than that, fo r it
o f the best C ha n d le r ra te d Hughson
m o d e rn f a m ily h o m e s a n d th r e e t e n ­
seemed like hours since he had
the best in the A m e ric a n League. L A D IE S — ‘1001 H O U S E H O L D H I N T S ’.
a n t h o m e s a l l m o d e rn . L a r g e w a r e ­
V a lu a b le e v e r y ho m e. 50c.
W rite
h o u s e c o m p le te w ith p a c k in g e q u ip ­
fallen. He held the watch to his ear;
L a s t y e a r Hughson won 12 and lost
M a m ie E o u g h to n , 2107 N .E . F l a n ­
m e n t a n d s to r a g e . F a m o u s f o r h ig h
i t was running now anyway.
d e r s S t., P o r t l a n d , O re g o n .
11. N ot too hot. B ut he also had a
p ro d ;. ii, i, ■ t u n e r r e tir in g .
S H E P A R D and W R IG H T
sore
a
rm
th
a
t
called
fo
r
an
opera­
N ever before had a night been
PLANTS AND SEEDS
G R A N D V IE W , W A S H IN G T O N
tion.
so unending. Snatches of sleep 1
P h o n e 3845, I f n o a n sw e r c a ll 3464
o r 2225.
How good w ill Hughson be this S T R A W B E R R Y P L A N T S . G em , M a s t­
cam e a t in te rva ls, sleep broken
o d o n ; 100, $ 3 .0 0 ; 6 00, $ 1 1 ; 1 0 0 0 , $20.
s e a s o n * Who can say.’ Hughson in
by to rtu ro us dream s in w h irl) he
M ile s B ea c h , K a m ia h , Id ah o.
640 A C R E F A R M
O eateii o n g o o d h ig h w a y c lo s e to
o ld -tim e shape can w in the A m e rican
was fo re v rr clim b in g , yet never
M ARSH ALL ST R A W B E R R Y PL A N T S
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r g , W a s h in g to n . H i g h l y
League pennant f r Joe M cC a rth y
quite reaching the top.
S t a t e in s p e c te d . H u n d re d $2. T h o u -
p r o d u c tiv e la n d , .s u ita b le f o r ro w
and
the
Red
Sox.
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fc.ind
$12
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How long, he wondered, could a
B ro w n , R t. 3, B o x 60, P u y a llu p ,
•
o f b u ild in g s . P r ic e $85,000,
son can b rin g about th e ir defeat.
m an liv e w ithout water? And how
W a s h in g to n .
m .O O u c a s h , b a la n c e o n 2 0 - y e .r
lo a n a t 4 p e r c e n t.
I f you saw the K e lle rs, the Chan­
soon would anyone miss him ? Not
e n t. B e s t d is e a s e r e s i s t a n t ,
ST O C K D A L E S I A L T Y CO M PA N Y
dlers. the Hughsons and others on N e h w ig h P r q e s u id
soon enough, he was certain.
a lity , s t a t e in s p e c te d . s t r a w ­
P .O . B o x 124
thc b o rd e rlin e , a t w ork, you could
b e r r y p la n ts . 50, $2; 100, $3.75 p o s t­
E L L E N S B U R G , W A S H IN G T O N
The fa rm lay in a lonely place and
p a id . S tr e a m l i n e r e v e r b e a r i n g s a m e
sense th e ir background o f trag e d y
p ric e . F r e e p l a n t s to n e w c u s to m e r s .
a ca r seldom passed over the grass-
o r th e ir hopes of b e tte r and b rig h te r
R ie f f '3 P r u i t N u r s e r y , S u m a s. W a sh .
C A N A D IA N FARMS— W rite
'.,r FR E E IN -
grow n road. He had had few visito rs
F O IIM A T lo N on t u r n ■ etilen i ■ . rp. riu n itic i.
days. A jo b is p re tty im p o rta n t when
I c r t . le ,011,. H e.n.nablr pr.ee 1. C. F. Core-
d u rin g the months he had lived
you have a w ife and a few kids. I
w ill. C . n id lin Patine Railway. Van. uier, ll.C
N O W ! B U Y T H E D ECT!
here. Lou Edwards, his nearest
How long, he wondered, eould a m an liv e w ith o u t w ater? And how soon mean a jo b w here you belong - a jo b
Certified Blue Tag Rockhill
neighbor, had stopped in several
would anyone m iss him ? Not soon enough, he was eerta in .
such as these veterans and others
HELP W ANTED
STRAWBERRY PLANTS
tim es, but it was u n like ly th a t E d ­
deserve.
w ards would come again soon fo r he
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T here happens to be m ore than
TR E M E N D O U S FU T U R E . F ast s e ll,
had little tim e for v is itin g since his
R t. 2 J u n c tio n C ity , O regon
you
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b y o u t s t a n d i n g e n g in e e r s ,
last boy had left.
N o G arden I s C o m p lete W ith o u t
la r g o c o r p , f 1« , t m gr.-. A n A U T O .
an a d u lt who h a sn 't g row n up and
in a s p ring tra in in g cam p, w here
T hem
M O T IV E ite m , r e t a i l i n g $2.5ft th r o u g h
T hornton knew th a t a m an could
who is dum b in the ba rg a in !
men fro m 30 to 39 m ig h t be wonder
deal» r s , r e p e a t s o f te n . C w m pleto e f ­
climb out of a w ell w ith o u t a ladder
f e c tiv e a d v e r t i s i n g to a s s i s t y o u . Ac
D r. M. M. Reynolds, ca re fu l ob­ ing w hat the next m ove w ill be.
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d e a le r s . S m a ll s to c k o f $140 c a r r i e d
by b racing his back against one side
server o f hum an tra its , m ade a study
p e r l j m illio n p o p u la tio n in ex«!,
an 1 gett ng a toehold between the
liE D C O C K E R E L S E V E R Y F R ID A Y .
t e r r i t o r y f o r im m . d e l. U N U S U A L
S tr a ig h t ru n an d P a rm e n te r P u l­
n n ^ f r a t ^ *" b a b iM ’ “ be« in \ tO F ootball Touches
si ones on the opposite side. He had
appear at the age o f s ix m onths, he
----- BY CHARLES B ROTH ------
le ts . N e w H a m p s h ir e ^ s t r a i g h t ru n
REAL ESTATE—MISC.
seen it done though he had never
a n d p u lle ts e a c h w e ek . E x c e lle n t
found. Then it g ra d u a lly subsides.
The ncw fo o tb a ll season of 1948 al-
la y in g s to c k V. S. A p p ro v e d . U. S
trie d it him self. To tr y it now, when
A
MONG TH E REDW OODS
W liv Be a Negative?
In te llig e n t ch ild ren e x h ib it n e g ativ- rc a d y is under w a y ’ w ith the Sreat-
P u ll o r u m ( ’le a n .
C lo s e d S u n d a y s .
G o o d F i r k in g a n d H u n t i n g
his foot was so p a in fu l he could not
S h a n k s H a tc h e r y A- P o u lt r y F a rm ,
There are some persons — too ism less than d u ll ch ild ren W herever cst coaching s h ift in h is to ry . There
P o x C3, H r.b b a r d , O re. T h o n e N e e d y
stand on it, was out o f the question,
. H o m e o f d i s tin c tio n o r tw o f l a t s
m any, I am forced to declare—who it persists, it is a sign o f d e ficie n t are new m en a t Yale, H a rv a rd , I n ­
7F54.
in g o o d s e c tio n — la r g e ro o m s , 6
“ Should've busted m y neck in ­ live under the handicap o f a p e r­ in telligence and a m in d th a t w on 't diana, N avy. M ich ig an , W ashington
dow’ris ta ir;-. 3 u p s t a i r s , tw o f u l l
O B S S B Y O U R C H IC K S
stead,’’ he m utte re d b itte rly . “ That so nality th a t has a negative tinge.
and
Kansas,
to
m
ention
o
n
ly
a
few.
b
a th s . S t a ir w a y
in s id e a n d o u t.
grow up. And to have n e g ativism is
F . I. R e d c h ic k s f o r s a le . A ll b re e d
W e ll lo c a t' d f o r e l ite d in in g ro o m .
would
have
ended
the m isery
T hey are a ll good m en and those
e r a <»n o u r f a r m a n d te s t e d f o r
not
a
th
in
g
o
f
w
h
ich
to
be
proud.
$17.000.00
In psychology we recognize them
R. \V. D. b y O re g o n S t a t e C o lle g e
sooner."
Closely akin to n e g a tivis m is a who have the best m a te ria l w ill win.
$17 p e r HP'. p re p a id . Schu lr.’s R e d 640 a c r e s — m o d e rn 2 -b e d ro o m h o u s e ,
as a d e fin ite and an unpleasant
H a t c h e r ” , R t. 5, B o x 312, P o r tla n d
The stars faded fro m the sm all group. We cla ssify them . We name
com m oner tra it. We c a ll it stubborn­ Those who haven’ t, w on't.
a ll n e c e s s a r y o u tb u ild in g s . J '2 m il«
1, O re g o n .
The m ost d is tin c t s h ift belongs to
r i v e r f r o n ta g e . H illy b u t p a r t l y t i l l ­
c irc le o f sky th a t he could see. them. We c a ll them negatives, and
ness. O ne-third o f us are born stub-
a b le . E q u i p m e n t a n d f u r n i t u r e inc.
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W hining so ftly, his dog looked down —fo r it is re a lly a ch ro n ic m en ta l b o r n - t o the e ve rla stin g damage o f Y a le
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bom tendencies, don’ t give up heart.
to com e; his other v isits had been
They do not re a lly know th a t they You can get over b o th .J u s t exam ine m an w d l w o rk out as a head coach
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fo rg e t th a t too. I t w o u ld n 't rain.
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p e r m a n e n t p r o s p e r itv . W r ite P h o e ­
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Why d id that copybook line keep th e ir bold, c o n tra ry a ttitu de . They
T a c o m a H ig h w a y f r o n ta g e , o r c h a r d .
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o f questions? Do you fin d y o u rse lf fin e jo b w ith even f a ir m a te ria l.
loom ing before his eyes? Otherwise
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no reason fo r it, no need o f i t ’
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a g e f o r n e x t se a ««n I ’a p » r s to r» g-
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when he had C o u lte r, Foldberg.
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you m ust exercise. B u t you can w in
d ir e c t f r o m Id a h o . B a n g s a n d T.B .
S teffy and a few o th er brawns
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F irs t use of selective service de­
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them on tw o a t a tim e w ith his
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like a b le o r a ch a rm in g p ersonality
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pounds.
nor Hyde called a ll able-bodied men
H ic k m a n should m ake a fine head
to the m ilitia around 1710.
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In Postwar Industry
E xploding the Wood
tween seasons he can take over the
Indiana Plants Trees
The heat of a lig h tn ig h t bolt turns
I S economy is expanding under c h a ir o f m ou n ta in p o e try at Yale, io
A p p ro x im a te ly 780.000 pines o f the
the
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wood
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to
the pressure of po stw a r necessity, w hich his k in fo lk m ig h t figure.
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steam, exploding the wrood. L ig h t­
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girdles
ta kin g a high to ll in deaths and in ­
red and w hite were used fo r re fo r­
the tree.
ju rie s o f workers.
estation and w indbreak purposes
T here is a s to ry m a rc h in g the
L a st year, the bureau o f la b o r
and the Jack pine on waste region»
Grace Noll Crowell
G igantic Statues Found
■nd gullies.
s ta tistics reports, was the seventh in rounds that is beyond a ll te llin g Us
Recently uncovered ruins o f San
r p i | R O U G H O U T the ages men have
a row in w hich m ore than two m il- se ttin g is deep in trag e d y, but its
Augustin in Southern Colom bia con­
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lio n w o rkers suffered d isabling in- o u tlin e is as b rillia n t as any rim of
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ta in a v e rita b le forest o f gig a n tic
T o the e v e tlj.iin g promises of God.
ju rie s on the jo b
T im e lost d u rin g stars.
In 1865 F re d e ric k Smyth, then
statues, some reaching a height of
W hen loss and grief and suffering hive
the ye a r because o f in ju rie s am ount-
It
the sto ry of Babe Ruth, suf- 40 feet.
governor o f New Ham pshire, stated
ed to 44 7 m illio n m an-days - the fc rin g beyond a ll com prehension, yet
wrung
th a t New England had a rig h t to b«
T h e ir heart«, thc pilgrims journeying on
e q u iva le nt of a ye a r's fu ll tim e era- v a lia n tly re tra c in g his path o f n e a rly
proud of her corn crop averaging
Io n a W ell Supplied
p lo ym e n t fo r about 150,000 persons. 30 years ago fo r the good of baseball.
31H bushels to the acre. Today
earth's sod
Iow a's 701.824 fa m ilie s own 621,-
G ivin g even g re a te r pause was fo r the good o f a ll kids and fo r the 971 autom obiles, 671.000 radios.
tw ice th a t am ount is common.
H i t e turned their fates skyward, and wdl
the fa ct th a t 17.000 persons « e re good o f s u ffe rin g h u m a n ity in gen- 580.000 residence phones and have
turn
k ille d in Job accidents d u ring 1947. e ra l—w h a te ve r the cause m ay be.
612,706 ele ctricity-e q u ip pe d homes.
Electricity in War
Forever toward the arching starlit skies.
Bureau of la b o r statistics puts
I t is the sto ry of a m an who is
1
of ele ctn
' as a
W here steadfastly his silver fires hum
the blam e, to a la rge extent, on m uch g re a te r n e a rin g the t r a il s end
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m otive power fo r a ll tu rre ts, am m u­
Like words of (laine before their seeking
ris in g em ploym ent. Another fa c to r o f g lo ry than he ever was h ittin g his
A lem on tree 1.300 feet under*
n itio n hoists and a u x ilia ry machines
eyes
last ye a r, however, were two m a- 714 hom e runs, and g iv in g a vast ground has’ been th riv in g in a west
was J u ly 3. 1898. on the U. S. cruiser
jo r in d u s tria l disasters the Texas n a tio n the greatest t h jills that sport coast m ine. The tree receives sun
Brooklyn d u rin g the B a ttle o f San.
O men, behold! L i f t up your eyes and ace
lam p treatm ents.
tiago.
C ity explosion and the C e n tra lia , e v e r has known.
W h o hath created them. H e brings them
111., m in e d isa ste r—both of which
Babe Ruth has been m y frie n d for
F irs t W ire Across U. 8.
out.
tool^ heavy to lls
over 30 ye a rs—a g re a t guy, set in ,
Idaho's Rock Cities
F irs t tran sco n tin e n ta l telegraph
H e names eavh one— he knows theii
Two rock cities, composed of
Job in ju rie s in 1947 increased 1 m a m m o th
p ro p o rtio ns
of
build. '
message
was
sent
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24.
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destiny.
granite shapes resem bling b u ild ­
per cent over 1946, jo b in ju ry deaths h e a rt and a ppetite, e specially when ’
by Stephen , to J. P F r ield,
of
N ot one w ill f a il’ O h , we so prone to
ings. cathedrals, and obelisks, ere
jum ped 3 per cent. The ye a r's to ll he was s ta rrin g fi m 1914 th i ugh cali7orn*ia
» s id e n chief
» 1i t,n ju e stice
r,i-
included 1.800 employees who w ill be 1935 in thc box. - ••*-
- a C a llfo rn la ' ‘ ° P r e s e n t Lincoln,
to be found in Idaho. These rock
doubt,
the fie ld and
cities are the Caasia C ity of Rock»,
Can we not trust the One through life ’»
to ta lly disabled fo r the rest of th e ir above a ll, at bat.
Native A m erican B e rry
and another 26 m iles no rth of Good,
live s and another 90,000 who w ill
trate n , a re lic
brief hour.
Although the b lu e b erry is a native
ing.
su ffe r some perm anent im p a irm e n t
. he Is an even
W h o has such infinite, unfailing power?
A m e rican fru it, it has been in com-
as long as they live .
g re a te r m an tndav. llis head m ay I m e rc ia l cu ltiv a tio n fo r only the last
increases in in ju rie s and deaths
be bloody—but it rem a in s un-
Not Without Water!
SO years
A llow in g b irds to be Without wa­
bowed.
o ccurred in construction, m in in g and
ter, even fo r a few hours and espe­
q u a rry in g , pu b lic u tilitie s and trade.
s d ra w n face.
E a tin g M ore Food
c ia lly in hot w e a th e r* is the m est
A g ric u ltu re and ra ilro a d in g in ju r e s « h e re anyone c uld see his inw ard
The average person in the United
. were few er than in 1946
serious thing th a t can happen fro m
s u ffe rin g , as he auU graphed base
States is eating about one-sixth
the standpoint of grow th, production
balls and scora cards
m ere food now than In 1935-39
end general health o f flocks.
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