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Progrss General News
General News Departnent of The Progress
o oJ. W. O'BRYAN, Editor
STATE EWS OF NATIONALOM OVER FOREIGN
o STAT INTEREST NATIONAL THE WORL R
TAX LAW REVISION
Tire IOn.r Industrial Con
f :ence etard Issues
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talt ll . 1en h l llll l tl'll I l l'l
off1 ,Ir' 'l I I t hIl" ,,I bnn ra
'A -0I-l atittil a loss aof 5:nu.!a,a aa11)10 an
A~ atirll'i, an thi t h'lulin ,a· a .laosse for
if the' incwre of the sicrcelinflg year
is irLs ulfiaent. which would curtail
taxaes 1 ,$,S ' l h*' aaO '. yearly.
TEXAS IRRIGATED ACREAGE
SHOWS Blu GAIN IN 1920
Iý"I\,> i,1 ..i| ,ch , w ,ili h) e (il)lltln llll'II i:r
tIh e 'l ' : 1 ! rtilt of l' the a had af
r," l 'all t i a a a laIlali a it
it ,a1 taIt :1aIla :.a jalilu ping plants w hich
dai ai1t 2'talS are fee't of wnater annu
all\ have een built
Ahe hoarl ei t inias that it requires fo
151ny punrds houf ater to produce one
pohund or dry plant substance, and
from 500.000 to 1,250,000 gallons per
acre ever year One-horse power pear
year is estimated to be equivalent to
tf ho ine te of th in year
POPULATION. Owhch P o3141 curtaIN
TEXASEXA RRG NOW TOTALATED ACR 207EAGE
Austin. Tex -The population of
state prisons on Dec 1 was 2607. a
de rea-e of 11)4 saince Norv 1 accord
pr'a, Ion tlllsslhiO wfiled with the gov
ernor 'Taiudlay Seventeen convIcts
a 're lar'in!ei and tourteen paroled of
Ira Novea'iibier: forty seven were dis
charg.ed. t , ent' tcl escaped, two
died. two delivc reai to aaheiffs. 124
new receivei. fourteen rechaptured
tdi returne re by sheriffs and one rea
Ther frbon parole Of the two deaths
r1ported one was lue to produce nshot
ound o inflicted by a gustance while
ttrom 00ti,000 to escape The gallonvict
eas J Hstline. serving t lvle on the
Rtamsey e fM faro
AThe cionvct forces are dispulatrion outed
sta flltes Huntvillte prison. 207. 7;
Plan to Dispose of Wool.
n alla. Te - ly report o than halt a ite
aprisn-i a mmls o a n fiotied with the gll
ieror intouday Seentleen convictst t
ire plardoned i a plan lourteen paroled'
eflrl ovall'hr: orrty 0even were dhae
talo readyturned by shentrictlffs and one rti
trnbasis.d frol parole Of h r, two death.
reported one was dulat to made nshot
oundts inflicted by a guard whlar
ly lotnptig to esalpre vThe sold nviby
a J oIncrease llins, serving timHerds on th.
- o- fllll 'lay 'l ' ' at- :jarma
SThe conviet forces are distributed
as follh~s Huntsville prison. 277;
andltl asy' lums. 22t i tn at 'ownedta
-arms. "'097 state leased farms, 211
Plan to Dispose of Wool.
Itallas. Tex- ore tha half a mll
horat Iou.s o1"f oltl held hy Texas
larers - Tian' o disposre of i willof
Iaa ntade' intor blankets to ti , sorh to
laae pulln Ilf a plan formed aI Texas
farmn h't'ten cicdqearte< gors ina i o
- 't .omt, count ly wool pools have
oasi. aa'iorDiag a o thod aynouncemen
Ita is taled that hhnkets madi e of
ulred v'gRin gonl. a fa molusg crdinar
Pfcy hitich. ormer pore icr an stil head
theParis. hxas accepted the task public for
2 Seek Safe assage.
Increase in Buffalo Herds.le
liussiata, I "lht'sv't a, ':ar,3 adoptih
and to olt;,i l alo ipassa to ussiaL
y her bout .rantl of itsle e whhh
-for aboUt :,',. of its members
IN AN4I M Eh
Vo r,,TY A , . T
CAT - L. R'
NEED MANY MEN KiACHEFS
Diff cu!lty ,1 - -u ' Bo '(. ng Ac
commodations in Coe.'ry Has Ham
pered HundreiJ f Rural
t- c rla n . -iii - n i.t .tii f.
ncluI. ht '. o d a sthre- id - !:
the guK e er oi n l ih'e Iiel Irc i it'lild
I: .eli i ll> ev e'y p rt in l ti e -.te
. i he! e- iprese ltted :., del ..l , Ini , [
tie st hool boards the -up. lultendty
1a.1 .t- I i, oom0n sulpte r\ i: . or ' The lat
t." occupy a lrom ient place oln ihe
l. ulram. which is i-e-1.preselntattNe of
all the- robleims ale 'te I g lie .rtshool
rh inLeh teI') Of the tt.e
ujtlperintende'nt T 11t. It art Is an
nounced that he had scilc-tc-'i the va
rious speakers on the basis of indivii
ual achievements in the I -spct ti,\e
parishes with a view of elimilnateg 1
all theorizing where practical results
c(an tbest illustrate prlogress and suc
Dr. W, S. Monroe of e Qluln'ia I ni
versit%. Inoted specialist in (l. ,-stlo 0 n
imeasurei llents Uant insts . It ll dtlier
a serifes of addres- -s. T' hii e f;: lt e
of tihe c-nf're-ntle' will Lave a "p )'e ial
altlt -at fr supervisors of ( lnaesrcow
The t , m w att' \ n *t s c so thtll',
. 1i ' A,- t" i '1. h, .' t t'r,'tei e
.1 the. ,-. 1)t , of Ih. confur r.-t:' e
T it . II en tn - T, . '. I ai niahl -e'-
Fisul ill adllie 'in tc hi," -!I. e ! ,'m etinas
schet dled faot ca' hI dla
The difficulty in scejt'dtig he,.rding
accommodations in the, country not
only has hampered the normal func
tioning of hundreds of out-of-the-way
rural schools, but in many Instances
has compelled the closing of these in
stitutions. The modern teacher, after
haviag given years to preparation ina
it ' b i jei[ h the oatlo"
the-way communitles in the country,
due primarily to the primitive accom-:
modations provided In nearly all in
To remedy this evil a movement
satrted some years ago in some of the
Northwestern states now has spread
to the whole country. and there is to
day a natli-wide interest in the mat
ter of state and county ('o-olperation
in building suitable homes in conjunc
tion with the rural schools. W\ler
ever this plan has heen put into "-f
feet it has had a telling effoet.
While ever} subject on the program
had Its own interest t,. those- pres
ent, the outstiandiig feateires we-re the
discussions on tetachers' holes. men
teachers, classroom supervision and
I)r. Monroe's talks on school mlelasure
ments. The subject of teachers'
homes is of practical significance for
the moment, ats it is playing an im
portant part in solving the problem of
th,- rural school in this and other
states of the Union.
F'OR HURRIED READI)R..
I'lverslity Station. Baton ttouge.
Melvetings of six agricultural clues
wetee held in one week writes V. A.
Guidroz. aslistant agent in lafyctte
parish. Plans were made to order
eedl and fertilizer for the plant club
mnembhers and to secure pigs and
calves for the animnal.club meilnehrs.
.11onroe.-The rail'oad car shortage,
whithb has been a great retfardtling fac
tor in the industrial regiions of North
I.cisianae for the Iaslt live ye-ars, has
t'ccn liniinated. accordl ig to ofticttk l
iier e of the Vicksburg. S hr\e'plrt andi
I aclfic and the Mltsseuirl P'acitic. rail
w'.v ' Officials repied tlea:. IlitcIc ie- all
tedmda nttil i s ly cef e a - thrcea1,eout
N rttlh iltAct ,-ieiia at tee tii C--,it title'.
\t cciric' -A re-peer? r' c elve-d y Wil
lii it "tclcormitck. oif t'tlhieiiire. fricm
he I ,e ,ple! l I tlt i! tiiituel te at
Washitihgite. shioei- tta'i 6'195 talc-s cif
cot toil, collueinig roteteit a- half bales,
wieri gintied In tuiacthilta parish fronm
the 1911 ciropl prior to I-c-ember I as
colnparedl with 6.731 bales ginned to
hIce-mber 1. 919.
University Station. Haton Rouge.
Hasketball games, a basket dinner. a
program by the club memlers, iand
talks by members of the State t'nlve,
wit) Katension Division were the feat
ures of a recent meeting of the C'en
tral Agricultural ('lub of East Baton
Rouge parish, writes . 5. Roy, as
University Station, Haton Rouge.
lIstructlons have been glien garden-'
club members in the construction of
hotbeds. and provisions made for 8s
curing settings of eggs for poultry
club members, writes Miss Eria Dore.
home agent in Acada;, parish.
Natchitoches. - The school of mu
sic, under the direction of R. B Court
right. has enlrolled a great many pu
puls this lear and with the nid of
I.tany of the advanced pupils will give
t.ie irst concert of the season in the
Normal auditorium December L1.
LT r ih'-be d t
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; ' . - l " Lr i 1 11 ' ti ( i pl l L: I 1
tllt i ill t hiat toll
o rf , wte h oft H t: i n(lls, I," 1 ' , ,
of 'a th , I II%111 , , ' S ull . - '
,rut -h, \ i, ' X l It lI , :h i .- .. :
C'hirst ma. Too Fuind. i'i -paat anu
io ri (hit ltmaa i re-. and pro' g a:.1 are
oulses Ai11 pinson la N.- ! ateen
ur. t, loIi I the con1 r t t It
Iru 1 to I)I) ll nertwor of ;ti'
l , iuh l 'it. lttai ..ut II ,I , Iil ,
'i , .i ;!t Il|t I th n !tl't'p " "
Itot, pC1. r sk - .ut l. ..
h e'I t apli atit l . hI': I ti "mn'
s h ito - Ter .2 e i'lelld.
Monroe.-- Bet h eil 4(It aiti t:.i 11n
employed on tloks and dams on th.
Ouachita river in Louisiana and .d
of high water. Government officials
say the layoff istemporary and men
this Is not likely to result atil spring.
Lake Charles. - Automobiles and
trucks that use the highways of Cal
year, be assessed a tax which shall
go into -tgie public roads maintenance
ish a license equal to one-half of the
state license, log wagons w ill lpay $5
annttalli' and trucks will pAy fromi
i75,1 to $50 per ear. based on ton
I'onington. -.. 1). Gl rant of SL idell.
hal firman of the Sti Tamiany PariK:r
Good itoads I Oummli-sioti. has reaign
ed. The lettieng of c-ontrcts ainvlv
highnearl $51tr.on 1 Go mnpoving tIl.
I niaonxiOn4'ovington-Slidell higha ,i
in the face of alleged evi-dence l:t
$2 o.00 to $l30i.,o could have _been sa
ed oa C ldvert isng the bids. led
differences of opinion between Mmr.
Grant and members of the colh toni
Monroe.-Ouachita Hon first prit
among nine other states comprising
the fifth region for its exhibit of Li
pek ofoat in the L-otisiana itxh bith
(ion antd il and Ginain Show hield in
('hicago recenitley, . w. oJacnwksll. lo
cal agriculti:ral agent, has announcedr
States that were in ctoltetias on fon
the prize we-er Texas. Oklaloma. AIr
ansas. Viissssiappi. Tentiei---ve. Ala
blna.r Soth Carolina. Geogia and
U'niversityl Stati o. lirton Rouge
Regiltered beef and daiin calves arie
owned hy a n'umber of n -iii, lho .- iIi
Vermilion parish. not MoulM- good re
suith in club wilrk ei',. \tilectedl.
ill \nIelt'oilllon t - hali'- N liha
'-hoiitis V. or,- lsitr-i iil:a tihe Xtek
Il llh itii' Wlnr e a ll trtI dnl i l ilt
I 2 ! i< t -In '-ii tmi tln and a 1.1 ien , il
out lIiL fI r Pi ;I in lhi. ids id
oro' at the Sugartown communIt~
Ruston.--A convter tion of the Nuirlt
louisiana countg agenits ciame to a
conclusion with a visit with autot
furnished bf members of the Ruslatoi
Chamber of ('ommerce to the A. 11i
Henderson Dairy herd. the sweet pota
to curing plant of the Ruston Potate
and Produce t'ompanv. and a tour oi
Lispection to the ground and huild
liias of the Loulasiran Industrial Insti
il ute. solih to be called the Loutsiana
University Station. Baton Houge. -
Seven schools on Black river were
visited recently, and the boyvs and
girls showed nmuch interest in clut
work. reports C. P. Seab.agent in Con
cordia parish. Fi. W. Spencer of the
State University Division ixtension
Division. was with the agent on thesi
Vlexandria.-A house on Vance ar .
i in tile HIardwood i\tlill dilstrill
. t:ed by Pra\nk Jefferson was de
taotd by tirel It was valued at SII.
" u and t aS insured for ai0t.
GIVEN TO LEAGUE
rTenty-Two Nations Have
,'1, i "IVa. j -.P ,I t 1 i Io
" -1 I . h, " i trth , 'li t.' i ank *X" om
' +" , "i o i r, tb" J1'',i '. p' lan for
In Il'-r 'o .: I court iit , ; Fo-n'
,' P i ortulg al, S- it,''rlah:l l)en
li,1 I, ,ui '. -iva.for agreed ti compul
\hln ile pa:rliaments of the sig.
nator> nation-, ratify the protocol the
court imm. diately sill become oper
Inasn.uch as the majority of the
nations which signed did so only
after consultation with their govern
mnent. and parties, the league officials
believe that the approval of the par
lianients soon will follow The dele
gates who signed expressed the hope
that the United States would at least
give executive approval. notwithstand
ing the fact that it is not a member
of the league They point out that
such action by the United States
would strengthen materially the
court's chances of success and en
courage all nations to adhere to the
court The American government. it
is added. could give executive consent
by ending a representative to Geneva
to siun the protoesl. then place the
matter before the senate for final
a - ('pr a nice
Th.' coantries and the order in
• \hickh lhey signdc follows:
'Portugal. Greece, Paraguay. Japan.
I rnny Siam. Sweden. Switzerland,
:l,,v'lr. South Africa. China. Po
l:aidL. Itrazil. N ,v Zealand. Norway,
I ).- i":. k I lollasl . India. Italy.
I'r,<ac, . :, t Britain and Panama
I REASE SHOWN
Washir,gton -C on, exclusive of
linters ginned or to Dec 13
amounted to 10.V7 65 running bales,
including 198,184 nd bales, which
were counted as alt bales: 54,467
bales of Americas gyptia:a and 1291
bales of sea is he census burela
103,66 . 2.04
American *Im and 623 b of
This year's glasings by states fol
low: Alabama, 605,939 bales; Arizo
na, 66.794: Arkansas, 885.203; Califor
nla. 37.802: FlorMa. 17,553: Georgia,
1.323.752: Louisiana. 354,798: Missis
sippi. 775.519; Missouri. 49.592; North
Carolina. 680.054; Oklahoma, 860.184;
South Carolina. 1,364,650; Tennessee,
234.763; Texas, 3.601.851: Virginia,
12.376. all other states. 7435
Employment of Women Increasing.
Washington -Women to the ratio
of about onet for every nine men are
oenllloyed in industries formerly em
ploying chiefly or exclusively men,
according to figures announced by the
woni:tn's ureau of the United States
department of labor ,It -a shown that
t;9.0(i \\onien are elmployed by 1.324
bIig firms in iron. steel and other met
al industries,. as well as large numlber
of other callings. In other %ords. the
statement is. there are 25 per cent
more women in these industries now
than there were before the war, and
their position. by their proven effi
liency appears to be-a permanent one
Ebert Thanks Americans.
Berlin President Ebert has issued
a proclamtation of apprecitatln for the
sympatlhy shown for netly (erllanOs
by the ,ttuakl:rs and: otl; " .iAmericant
orgauln'an oils t bicl ha; ' ;e eI feed
ing the children anti hungry students
Japanese Budget Presented.
Tlokilo Th[e )udget for the coming
year aas plres.ntedl at preliminary
meetings In thiit house of Peers Satur
tlay The nayas ,taprolriations
German Army Reduced.
Itrli il TIl:t effecttive.nles. f the
(Gerlalll illtll.V ha Ibeen rt,:,'ed t(o
· 1'"," n .i ,,..lrdan c*' \\llt.l ' .
meat a It h the allies. It a as o1 ficially
anl1,nllo clll Ii si week
To Form New Cabinet.
lehliratl,. Jugoslavia - -Nikolai P
Palhilch. fornmer premlier and head of
Sthe .lugolavy peace delegation in Par
Si. hai acccepted the task of forming
a new cabinet
Tobacco Crop Cost.
Lexington. Ky- The 1920 crop of
burley tobacco in Kentucky cost ap
proximately 5309 an acre to grow. ac
cording to an estimate made public
by the college of agriculture of the
tUniversity of Kentucky
German Line Expands.
Hamburg -The German-Costa Rlcas
Steamship line has increased its capi
tal by 20.o00.000 marks A great part
of the new shares have been pur
chased by the American line, the
North German Lloyd and Hugo-Stin
nes the ;arinan capitalist
Twelve Prisoners Escape From Pen.
Little Rock. Ark Tcelve white
prisoners escaped Sunday from the
state convict farm at Tucker
The Old Year Passe
The winds that from the Northland blqw,
From regions of eternal.snow,
At midnight now are chanting low '
Their Miserere drear -._
The while the Old Year, bent and~
Goes desolate upon his way,
A King without a realm to sway,
Like sad, dicrowned Lear. \
In s int lI, , ow d : ,, s th , , V -
And "1 1 IV bu"
iAnd f iln lilte I uc ,f ii .,:; ; .
TIhe stars look (lown with p .ing gcixan,',, ,\ -
And softened seems the radianc -
Of ný,,,,,i at li;dRnight e;lc"ar.
The Old Year passes; lo! he stands .-,
And watches Time's fast falling san1 s,
Like dying flames from dying bra\ds
That soon will qu nc`lr eir light ;
And now a last flame fitfu 'h-ows
Its flickering light o'er wintry snows,
And lights the way the Old Year goes
To distant realms of night.
But while we stand, silent, devout,
O'er eastern hills, old Time's redoubt,
There comes a gladdening "Hail!" and sh
That brings to us new cheer.
For Twenty-One, both lithe and young.,\
With merry peal from glad bells flung,
Has come with joys as yet unsung-j
A new King now is here!
Sudduth, In N. Y. World
New Year Kissing
Saluting the Parish Pump
EREB has always been a lose
lver, if crcumstances permit, thus
salutes his sweetheart at the dawn of
the New Year-and some lovers are
not particular whose sweetheart she
is that they thus salute on this aus
'There is an anclent kissing custom
associated with a parish church In
Lancashire. The I.celetd is that any
one who at the first stroke of nilll
night kisses lie key!hole' f tlihe churcth
door. nlld th1eni iniis right rl'ounl the
edificee In time to ki.s the keyhole he
f nre thie last stroke of" the hour. is cer
tain of good luthk during the whole of
It requires ,'r nit in :ition t tof
nerve to enter lhi i r country churchyard
at the dlead of niiht, event for ,ueh a
pturpoe,. lht ruImoIr bath It that no
new year l: horn " ilhout someone es
n:lyin' the rane r mndi the church. The
llstance is stuch tlha:t It Is imnlpossible
for nmore than oine ll, rsoln to thus court
t year's luck.
(Churehytarlds have alwatis been favo
rite plnces for New Year osclllations.
In the Wensleydlale dllstrict. In days
gone hy. till tand sundry could kiss
"without seualdt " on New Year's eve
in the tpor'h of the church.
It was largely availeid iof. ton, for
it Is on recordl th:it the au'ilntumuodln
tlon, fell lalmlentab:llly short of tihe de
lInIteldl. aind ctonseliltuently there ~'was
eveniut III't' sqlueezing than kissilng-If
that hieri lOSsible'.
A somiei'what crllueo'll kind of
churchyard Iyissi _aed to obtitn
ItInonIL the Jl:'llle.s of the, Pyrenees
on Nw Yearr's 've'. It was thite customl
.i' ih, nthuilden. to tlhen repair to the
chur'chanrd. h, ua on their fingers waft
ki sie to the four qualrters of lihe iiui
A k is wa+s s'ttpp','ed to tbrnsh their
hant. !the , i- v :- ,.'h anId of the
:,e rt, , I r Ih . the ill+'len', ' ' . nIi h llt
-n:. ', bhleýýed1"eh ý" i' , 1,, ' I ', " ,, th ,ir iot
Th, ,- y i lll i:It"- l" thici h the m nlll
':, I "" rokIen-u \\' ti re'aitring to
the 'lhnr,'h and kissini: the church bell,
3'. .. . ..... .........-.-'.-" " " • " " -
.HMAPMNESS comanot s
Smuch from what is done
for us a fromt what we do for
others. Its prescription is the
best service of which we Me
capable, rendered unelfishly.
Let rqga be a year of service to
i God, our country and
S our fellowmen.
GIFTS ON NEW YEAR'S DAY.
o';,,n N," Y,:ear's eve. we read in
,,,. people were wont to sit
, th,, roofs of their homes, naked
,,., ! hanl.t, and listen for oracles
L, \vre supposed to vislt man and
:.i !n freely at this mystle t1we.
,hr.'re thonught that their chances for
.:rrlting the possibllltles of the future
or good bud evil were improved by
Itlling in11 e'W' hide at a erans
oads, and so Ilnlad for tmasgea.
\",,,,I. '1h111 ro , l,.,1} wV: - w",ry fre-.
tiahlls 1\,r , th , 1 :0;-,it It Iilln th1 t, ,
huI1 , \'I'. ,or I',, ;m-oill. , :ie i a th .
of theI-n \%.ullld have loh t th,.ir re:ston.
h ilhIh1 h 'l, 'ite 11" ++- :he' loot of
the nllayolr if lurhi rnll i. a r happier
than that of his pr. e 'cissors In an
clent times. If tradition can be relied
onil thle chiet" magistratel was thell un
der an obligatlon to kiss the first cow,
the first sheep and the first pig
brought into the rsat market of the
This went on until It occurred to a
resourceful occupant of the mayoral
chair to interpret the custom as relat
ing to the first three market women,
and henceforward they were the re
'olpients of the New Year kisses until
thet ancient custom vanished alto
It is much to he feared that the
abliuse of kissIng .uaistiiis h:ls been
larigeily respol.llnsibl, for their falling
it-lol1 , sn. 11 'nu . Ith lllh rll' ` li" t" hemn) are
itaititly i tilor', tt 'l l l ii il' breach
tite siulh. \\hilh ut-I'ld to otain in
(ixf, rd,;hirie. l4f'I''rn'il tlIh' tentlttlt of
certain i lt:l.\t hil 'h they hleld on
nonliditin thal;lt t, \. '\ Year's morning
they publicly t i-'*',l Tlh Ie prish pulnmp
or paid lt Il rill ffine t the- i.I'lli edleil
ii it ut l'i.
.'. luighti h. -u11pposdl. the feman?<
t:l-i.t inv;arialh!y lprt''f,'rred, t.1 piay the
it!. hbut it t o lil ontl' r llord tihaIt lione mis
guided. ,'l"isl.'tiI- 'd iln'livllual actually
kisuel the puItil In 11 lier to keep the
finle ill his pocket.
Tihe popuainee were ai disgulst'edl at
hIs meannen'ss itel illfuriateld at the
los~ of the liqituor tihat: tlte? held him
ulnder th pu1e111 I ll liin pulie' the wa
ter on hiilll until h"' \\ . ;lino t \a he:ldll
At one' ho-stelry in lthe rtli'tilollii
it \af thlie uIIsIIItfi for thel l:inllordl to
halnd .1 1 to v'\erry mllt llllhe r- of tlhe op
poi.ite sex who v'll''t fifie rel' tihe hour
oif It1lliti 1ti New Yeari ;iay ia mIei:i'uIre
.1l' :1h1 in ev nhtl.Ze for u ki-S.
\\'What the aI:inlll'rl' hobtter half
thoutight of this proi'eedtlling re'pl,,rt fay
etih i ll.
A tl a n othh 'r L.o , la +l lih li ,• h o ui e it
used i lt, ' h - i' i i-- 1,h1 for the' first " s
ithr the myterl our lring to kithe
th h arrl:tnil h1 uI g of alyiylg for hi-i
liq uo '. B ut 41 -1 th l f r-I o\t e n titlh ,
t , thi: lori\ il':+ _" t . ' 111 b -i ql, ,lllln nt
lMyi heart re live to nw iand trar
fahilMy v'i1i toa f to new untrrvid\\ i..
thAnd vow. re. new to all I havegt held
o l.ttle new-born Year, I love you lre
Becauvlte you e:pread f reh highws:iry
Andlf n thbrim my -up ,f the i, that
ii tll i weet
THE NEW YEAR.
With the myserious passing of theo.
My heart revives to new and rare
My visionw leaps to nw untraveled
And vows renew to all I have hold
for little new-born Year, I love you so,
Because you spread fresh highways
for my feet,
And brim my cup with life, that
still is sweet
Whether in joy or sorrowing I go.
Be, I've turned
over a new leaf
for the New Year
-will you marry
HI': Then I'll
turn it back.
Name "BCadter" , di c; ine
QuI t t l n cf
i , . .I,
S,. ,1.1 1
l It. ill 1, t.i I" i. . bt ther.
ti Tm IIu h r:" re ti i- it. "n ti i y are iin
Kod -alIt.. T ,h' t . t , o that whil,
lsatarrh id a In.l it lti it i greatl
lTo, and il ItT,,I t I ' tlritier. ,I ,1 a othrough
the r_ ooi d u p' t the mt u. i -ia , urf.'ti e of
the li ol;, ti: as relducinrg it inrtl rnmatlon
and resttring norr . +t ,t onitintt
All druggists t irculatR free
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Tol-do. OhIo.
Force of Ha!;,it
I i t', ! - ,
i\l - b t iI -
:I i : l rI'' tir i i ': '1l Iý e.ar
ieatzuh Cuticura Improve Vi.t okint
- I. t o' ,, \ait1 ' 111 it ii i \ ai 'till!lliI
" a t '. t ltff Ii t in t in . i. I ailiteait
it ilh ('iiittiurt Stoa :n111 ilt \liter. It
I. ,, ' iderful " • e ,lime. .w it , , tititu
a ill do for liiti'.r oimlpitlexiiua, diindrtff.
itching and red rough hatnds.-Av.'
They had hare for dninner and very
palidly mother told little .that. It..
hildl l ieii rliot by faither.
"IRenll't " " ni fldth e littl e 1 ng" . "And.ll
"V11h4 h "i it \t1h11111 si ly ,\ hot i t.
of Mhe Flnest WorkmarshtIp
l emstitchig, B ttlembles
Work Promptly Done and
Mail Orders Solicited
HIhti Plutia &g Ble CL
201 Kiam Bldg., Housten.Te.
Get Rid of the Worms
FATTEN YO&R STOCA
VANN'S WORMS-GO for hogs and sheep
SULVA SALT BLOCK for cattle.
One dollar brings big sample.
American Chemical Co. of Twas, lc.
Contractors' Supplies, Builders'
Hardware. Etc Prices and In
formation furnished on request
PEDEN IRON & STEEL CO.
HOUSTON SAN ANTONIO
RANKIN AUDIT CO.
W IH. RAN.KIN. PEK.'.
('ERTIFIED PUBLIC A('('oUNtTANT
Audits - Accounting Systems
Income Tax Service
Union National Bank Blds.. HOUSTON. TEX.
We are- p*e'ialht- in moiiiuirIr I ll klindl ,
of a.imtnalz. bir,i , fl.bh ;nl reptiles We
aIloirl.yitl guarantee I 'r work to be the
best of its kitld. Piorne t'ap:tol .
,HOUSTON FUR CO.
"04 McKinney Ave. Houston. Teeu
lactory r,.bui t typ .wrtltr-,
all atandttrd makes, ruarartned tilte
same as braid rnew at a g od
saving su prihe
We buy, ell, exchange, repsir and
rebuild all makes.
We are alo factory dealers fir the
L.C. Smith and (oruna l'Typewrritr.
Ribbon., Clarbon Paper. P-ncila.
Note Bouks. etc'.
OiLSTOR TYPEWRIITER EXCHANGE
41 Fmia S5. Hestem. Teaes
Sabllsbe e early Twesty Years Ago
E;CS M *ke Your HENS LAY
i'of o-Metal will
prdr,e more eggs
sId keep your
r ak gtI Pro
ducer has been
sold for ever 14
years to thousands
of the hat poult
try raisers In the
Southwest who will use eno other. Harm
Lm and easy t adrisister. (;Guranteed to
preduce more eg or your moeyr back.
A Package ef Co-D-Metal Pree
FeI adeartaisig purpoasa only we will
mend three 0 packages for price of two
Sel l p ekLage to your neIshbon for 80e
each. Senld s 1.0 with name of your
aroer or drug1at, and we wdil send you
SekagLme prepeLd. Write today.
CONDIMIINTAL MANUPACTURLING CO.
Pest Werth. Texas
W. N. U., HOUSTON, NO. 1--1921.