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died for many years
priced low for cash and car
ried free directly into >oui
bins without dumping; on curb
White Ash Stove, $12.80
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IVa SI 1.00 Bckwt. Sll.'iS
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Pocahontas—
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home use. E«g $10.90
Stove $10.35 Nut $9.90
Md. Smokeless Egg, $9.50
Fairmont Egg __ $8.50
Clean Coal. Clean Delivery
Full Weight. FREE Storage
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Don’t let chest colds or croupv rnuih*
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toothing, relieving vapors. Musterole brings
relief naturallv because it's a "counter
Irritant"—NOT just a srlve. Recommended
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November 25
Extend Greetings
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“ DAILY SHORT STORY —————
STEVE ACTS HUMAN
i -
By Richard Wilkinson«
'T'HE thing that
hurt most was
that Steve Day
didn't give her any
time. Annabelle
could have stood
the indifference of
thi others. They,
after all, didn't '
matter, though at
first their attitudes
had hurt her pride.
, But Steve! Well, -
Steve was different.
He was big and
blond, with an in- ■
dolent smile and j
humorous eyes.
She had made a k
play for Steve. 1
Definitely. And I
she hadn't reached s
first base. ®
At first she was *
angry, then puz
zled. She couldn’t
"Meaning,” hi
said, looking at hei
steadily, "that we'ri
not bright enough
' to appreciate Anna
belle. Friend, eh?’
Annabelle colored
It was, as far a:
she knew, the Aral
time in her life she
had ever blushed
It made her wild
It took her fully i
minute before shi
felt she had her
self well enough
under control U
speak.
"You're remark
ably quick, mj
f r ie n d." S h i
squeezed out t
smile that wa:
rather a s i c k 13
gesture at best.
“Listen,” sait
understand rnyta or fnyia s irienas,
and, of course, her pride wouldn't per
mit her to ask. When Phyla had
asked her down to Leland for a week's
vacation, she had accepted eagerly. A
week with Phyla would mean a change
from the routine of Ocean Bluffs. It
would mean meeting new people, new*
men. It would be fun, she thought,
even though Leland was no more than
a wide place in the road.
She had expected to knock 'em dead
in Leland. After all, girls didn't come
much better looking than Annabelle
these days. Moreover, she had been
around. She had traveled in Europe
and was graduated from a smart fin
ishing school. She knew the answers.
She was sophisticated, and wasn't it
reasonable to suppose, therefore, that
the smug little group of young folks
in Leland would sort of open their
eyes?
Smug! That, she thought, was the
word that summed them up to per
fection. Why, you’d think that they
were all worldly wise and had had as
much experience as she. You'd think
all the girls were as good looking and
that all the boys were used to tearing
around with movie actresses or some
thing. They were polite. They were
even kind, but she didn’t get the rec
ognition she expected, that her young
spirit needed in order to make her
happy. They were all very matter-of
fact about her. She tried to set the
town on fire and they immediately
squelched the blaze with their cooi,
indifferent manners.
She wouldn't have cared—she
wouldn’t have cared one bit if it w eren't
for Steve Day. Funny, she thought,
to meet a man—the man—In a little
town like Leland and have him turn
into something that just didn't* care
how you looked or the way you acted
or how smartly you carry on a con
versation.
"You make me furious, Steve Day.
You're the strangest, the—the dumb
est man I've ever met!”
* * * *
COURSE, she immediately re
gretted saying that. It was a dead
give away. And Steve, though he
might be dumb, was quick on the up
take.
'Why” he asked, grinning inso
lently. plainly delighted that she was
furious.
Annabelle bit hfr lip. Why not tell
him? She had gone so far. why not
go all the way? It wouldn’t make
any difference. She'd be gone in a
couple more days.
' You're smug.” she said. “You’re
satisfied with what you have and never
seem to want or care about anything
else.”
fateve soberly. “Why should we? Yoi
know, after you’re gone we boys wll
have to get along with what's left
Our lives are here. We'll be comini
in contact with Phyla and Marjorii
and the others for years. We’ve go
foresight, my girl.’’
That explained part of it, but no
all. Steve and the others were hu
man. And being human they wnuldn’
let anything like that stand in thei:
way.
Even so, it hurt. Steve had hur
her. She realized with a sinking sen
sation how hopeless it all was. Shi
was a fool to stay "here longer, to ex
pose herself to torture. Sooner o:
later Phyla and Marjorie, beins
women, would discover what was wroni
with her, and that would make hei
suffering intolerable.
* + * *
CHE packed her things and stowec
them in the rumble seat of hei
roadster and then went looking foi
Phyla.
"But. darling!” Phyla exclaimed
“You just can t go now!”
Annabelle knew it would be liki
that. She was prepared for the ses
sion that would result in her tearinj
herself away, leaving Phyla almost ir
tears. It was harder than she ex
pected, but presently the nose of thi
roadstei was pointing along the high
way and she was blinking her eyes ir
order to keep her vision cieared.
The scream of a horn behind he:
startled her and she swung over wit!
an angry gesture. Her anger mountei
when a coupe shot past, cut across he;
course and forced her to pull up.
“Of all the idiotic-” She stoppei
abruptly, her heart soundly thumpini
against her ribs.
“Now, wait a minute,” Steve Da
was saying. He put one foot on thi
running board and leaned inside. I
wasn't the same Steve she had known
There was seomething different abou
him, though she couldn't quite under
stand what.
"You shouldn't have taken it to hear
so.” he was saying. “What I sail
wasn't true. It couldn't have been, o
else I wouldn't have followed—Just fo:
the purpose of telling you I—I did ap
preciate a good thing when I saw it
but it's only now that I had the cour
age to say so.”
And right then, with a wild feelini
of Joy, Annabelle knew exactly what i
was that was different-about him. Hi
was, bless his gorgeous heart, actins
human!
(Copyrisht.
THREE MORE CONVICTS 1
AT LARGE IN MARYLAND
By the Associated Press.
HAGERSTOWN. Md., Nov. 22 — !
Three more prisoners escaped from the
Maryland State Penal Farm at Rox- j
bury Saturday night, bringing to seven
the total number of escapes during the
last two weeks.
The latest to leave the "minimum
security” institution are Harold Brins
field. 18; Roy Brinsfield, 20, and James
Giuriel. 18.
The escape was discovered Saturday
night about 8 o’clock and police of
Hagerstown and other cities were im
mediately notified.
The Brinsfields, brothers, were each
serving 18-month terms. Giuriel was
serving one year on a larceny charge.
All were first offenders.
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ATTACK ON BLACK
IN FUTURE IS SEEN
Must Be Reappointed at End of
Senate Term to Avoid Challenge,
Columbia Review Says.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Nov 22.—The Colum
bia Law Review, in its issue, distrib
uted today, says Associate Justice Hugo
L. Black’s right to sit on the Supreme
Court “may be attacked by a hoetlle
administration in the future unless he
is reappointed to the court after the
expiration of his senatorial term."
Citing the unsuccessful challenge, as
a private citizen, of former Assistant
Attorney General Albert Levitt, the
Law Review says: "The title to office
of a Supreme Court justice could sure
ly be questioned in an action of quo
warranto brought in the name of the
United States by the Attorney Gen
eral * * • in the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia."
Discussing the Supreme Court Re
tirement Act, the Review says it was
clearly Intended to make retirement
more attractive to Supreme Court
Justice* • • •”
It points out that Justice Black was
a member of the Senate when the
retirement bill was passed and con
tinues :
"Since the purpose of article 10,
section 6, of the Constitution is ap
parently to prevent self-interested
voting on the part of legislators in
creating offices which they hope to
fill, there may be good reason to ex
clude Justice Black • •
YOUNG MAN ACCUSED
OF SLAYING BROTHER
Shot Him Through Heart as Elder
Son Attempted to Strike Father,
Police Report.
By the Associated Press.
TAZEWELL, Va., Nov. 22 —Robert
Reedy, 23, faced today a charge of
killing hi* brother, Thoms* Reedy,
SO, lp what Sheriff R. L. Hilton de
scribed as a family disturbance.
The sheriff said hi* investigation
disclosed that the younger man shot
hi* brother through the heart yester
day as the latter attempted to strike
their father, George W. Reedy, with
the a toe It of a ahotgun.
Robert Reedy was lodged in the
county jail.
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