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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 17, 1927 Page Twenty-Nine +[ i ~l/~ -I 9 1 [the fruit for the alligator because its THE NEW FLAVOR [ Mother: "Now, Jimmie, suppose ,I A lvlOtller S Love skin was corrugated. -------- [you were to hand Willie a plate with ...................................................... ~ ~l ~ $ Si: "Sarah, is thar anything yeu]a large and small piece of cake on " .-' T| B- Katherine Edelman Alaska has entered newsprint pro-want from town this marnin'?" ]it, wouldn't you tell him to take the ] "~ J " ' duction through the bid 'of G T Sarah: "Well Si, you might stop[larger piece?" l T T ~ ~ T~ 1 ~ "PI Somehow she never seems to see ....... '. " in one of them tbel ". . . r ~. , .... , I /-irl I/n,,~l,--I ..... I | .... ! ...... ~- ! "P, cameron o~ ~ne San francisco . "e stores ano ~uy*Jimmy: lno. i ~-u uHVYllUI~bUIII~ I_I V ,IU]3111 llL j The change that the years has made Chronicle for 835,000,000 cubic feet a jar of tact 'traffic jam' I been a-I Mother: "Why'?" i --------- ~ i ~[ in me; ,of pulp timber, coupled with an en. hearin' so much about." i Jimmy: "Because it wouldn't be I many Arenas erected in cities of the great Ro- Women sat as interested whenever gladiators the death or Christians to the lions. The once matron had become 0us, pleasure-loving and eru- in the terrible sights centuries elapsed before the to witness a genera- .~lmen anxiously willing to O0dy deeds of violence per- tn their presence. It was the great French Revolution Were again found occupying *f a grandstand and ap- who led the victims frequently noble and men With silvery hair, young nuns, and women Just released a babe from breast, to that terrible namedafter its in- r. Guillotin, who had ex- tender mankind a service a more merciful in- of execution fl)r the less ef- S~rd and hangman,s noose. the whole the women in those bloody the Revolution were recruit- ~Ong the dwellers of the aris and Lyons.It would the other hand.tha~ the developing at presen~ ~erican women, to partici- enjoy the brutal sights is restricted, for the least to the members groups, those consti- rather vulgar sort which With the sporting element, and the like, and the set. Newspaper men merely noted the advent of in the boxes nearest eTring, but also mentioned just as if the@ pres- occasions were emi- in the Chicago Tribune recent Dempsey-Tunney Provines declares the given "women new at a prize-fight," article especially devot- SUbject, "don't faint, or grow l~ale. They don't ;heir eyes when bright respectable social standing, "enjoy- Follow my footsteps like a prayer. ed the fight," that therefore Ameri- can womanhood was degenerating fast. On the other hand, the signif- icance even of a symptom of degen- eration of morals, such as the one referred to, should not be overlooked or treated slightingly. June ~Dro- vines' observations in the Chicago: Stadium on the occasion of thel Dempsey-Tunney fight, considered in l connection with a number of other indications of a similar nature, dem- onstrate the new paganism is advanc- ing triumphantly, fast corrupting the moral fiber of the American peo- ple. On all sides proof may be found for the opinion expressed by Profes- sor Engelbert Krebs: "To fall away from the Church and from Christian- ity means to sink back into the vices of pre-Christian days." (c. B. C. V.) Life is but a dangerous journey, which we are thankful ~o see end in a safe arrival w~th God; as death is the end of sin, the perfecting of a Christian's life, the accomplishment of his sacrifice, the beginning of his triumph, his entrance into glory, the hour when God takes him down from his cross to live in His bosom for ever blessed. I will suggest to your mind three considerations concerning our Lord Jesus Chris, who is the Model of all perfection in life and de~th. First, He readily left all to go to His Father, all His works being done in Him. Nexx, He bore all the exceed-~ ing bitterness of His cup willingly for His Father's glory; and at last, far from murmm~ng or being absorbed in His sufferings, He offered Him- self with His whole will to God.De Condren. V~VV~VVVVVV~V~ MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK ATKINS, ARK. ~~~~A ~_~ w w t t t . t q s t t t t t t t..t t.t-~. is s ill ~ . 6 ala J a0 ~ . s s J Grocery Co. Quality-P rice-Service 319-321 East Oak St. Phone 660-661 Conway's Largest O thank God that mothers are so blind To the babyhood we leave behind; For often through life, with its toil and pain It is sweet to be thought a child again. FACTS The strange thing about free thought is it never has made anybody free. It does not liberate, but en- slaves. It does not enlarge but nar- rows. It does not elevate, but de- )resses. By denying free will, it makes nan the sport of blind forces from which there is no escape. It closes :he door to the next world, because it laughs at immortality. It robs man of the solace of prayer, since it Assembling transportationstatis- . rejects the idea of a personal God tics for la~st year, Darnel Wfllard . ........ " ........ I The world of the free thinker is a IlnUS ~na~ rallroaos nanulefl vu.o per .. ,,., . . . ,. ,.. . . .... . . . .. I small worlo ~na~ closes In on nlm liKe cen~ ol irelgnt, lnlanu waterways o.~ ...... . . . .. . .. _ ,a room wltnouz win(lows. per cenL U'UCKS 6.~ per cen:. ltlo~or buses carried 120,000,000 passengers an average of thirty miles, railroads Beware of perilous speculation , 'which has depleted the frugal sav- 875,000,000 an a~erage of forty . miles, making the bus business abou 12 per cent. Not Chicago, but the summit of Mount Washington, in New Hamp- shire, is the windiest place that the United States Army Signal Gorps has fund in America. Anemometers thero registered 111, 152 and 186 miles hourly velocity. All the strength of a strong man scarcely enables him to stand on his feet in a 100-mile gale. Iceland. a soverctgn state for the last decade, tied to Denmark only by the acknowledgment of its King, is growing popular as a summer re- sort and richer from forei.gn trade. Italy has taken away a slice of Amer- ica's commerce there. The alligator pear, or avocado, is no~ exotic, but native. Following Ccrtez's conqvcs~ of Mexico, Spanish families found it growing wild and domesticated it. Pirates nicknamed rags of a million in the humbler walks of life and has brought many a rich man in penury and failure to his grave. Speculation is gambling, and it is sinful when the amount in- volved is considerable. Patience, persistence and power to do are only acquired by work. Compliments of MOIX General Merchandise 323-325 East Oak St. Phone 626 CONWAY, ARK. ~u~n~i~L~ll~i~ii~i~i~n~$Ii~I~i~1~ui~itl~I~u~i~l~uil~iii~I~i~i~i~i~i~li~iI~IiiiiIi~il1i~ii~l "- Compliments of EARL MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS MORRILTON, ARKANSAS ~I~$i~H[i~i~l~[I~I1i;~InI~i~1~i~i~i~$~L~i~i~iu~II~Iul~II~itI~lli~[~~$~lI$~i~iilii~i~i~i~ J. M. BARKER, President J.M. BARKER Jr., Asst. Cashier IRA DARR, Vice-President D.L. BARKER, Asst. Cashier C. A. BARKER, Asst. Cashier Compliments of BANK OF ATKINS Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $50,000.00 ATKINS, ARKANSAS L. B. CRENSHAW, Pres. CONRAD ELSKEN, Vice-Pres. I. H. NAKDIMEN, Vice-Pres. LEWIS, C. SADLER, Cashier T. C. BLAIR, Asst. Cashier W. C. DAVIS, Asst. Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK Under Supervision of United States Government. Capital and Surplus, $I00,000.00 PARIS, ARKANSAS the bodies of the fight- tearing blows find their they lean forward in with glistening eyes, and has been especially as heartily as they ght opera perform- not all. June Provines While the women at- in the Chicago Sta "they would have liked it been more brutal than contention rests on of satisfaction ex- WOmen when blood flow- the Tribune writer is the first blood shouted a fragile /in a tweed coat, de- ' shot a hard blow eye, and the blood down his face. And YOung thing said, as Wrap ~bout her, pre- the ~ield : 'Well, clean fight'." Bwt, "there seemed to in her Other words, it would better had it been Women like prize- like the brutality of articlequotes James favorite bach- Miss Alice Roullier ~,n a ringside seat. And Grocery "-'- 2 ~ady mentioned "admiVted ~ra,,, as did other members ~ 8eX'wbo witnessed the CONWAY, ARK. COndemned. by the quasi- gan of the Vatican, the '~e Romano.', It was a ~, I h " ." "ked it, June Pro- '~ from one society worn- She names. Mrs. Samuel Wife of the power tru.st ,~~ ~ ." l-;-l-l-~;- :t NS~Y~= 1 , aidthe Tribune wrtt- clapped her white gloved ~ wbile anoth- CO AS described as having :ady gaze on the red leaSh- thai were battering white tnd .thus the enumeration From the Leatherneck "How did you happen to miss your train?" "Did you ever see those steps in front of the station?" "Sure." "Well, I didn't." Knew His Nightingale. One time on rhe Texas frontier a man came into a camp riding an old mule. "Itow much for the mule?" asked a bystander. 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