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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
THE JORDAN JOURNAL . MIDVALE , UTAH tllblc to make me Bleep. rm wlcle awake'l an owL Wbaf1 that lnfernal racket aboutr Ptli.nteJ Brich Mae "'I don't lroow, 11Dde. 1'11 lnd out. Pleaee don't excite JOurBelt. You lor Cellar Dampne n lmow the doctor 81Q'11 the chaqe wW (Cepy for Tlalal Deparbaeat hppU~ ltJ' die One of the biggest mlltakes made Amerlcaa Lqloa New• Service.) do JOU rood." by home owners who have homes ot Allee Dtek recOIIllsed the voJce brick, or brickwork around their Cutler. POST AURORA HOW bousea, II to paint over this material. "It won't I" came the exploalve oonpaint Ia put on bricks in a home GOT NEW MEMBERS It Itmay tradietiOD. "lt .wUl 1Dab me 'W01'Ie I mean damp- cellars. The temGo on deck, and send Blake to meof a cellar II seldom the perature "'The biggest check In the world'' no, leDd Doctor A1ater 1 rve pt to In the summer It outdoor&. as same ba•e IIQJDe reltef from thla pain. Tell was 1!1gned recent11 by Mayor Is cooler and in the winter It 1s warmCharles H. Greene ot Aurora, Ill., lD him to hurry.'' er. The difference In temperature on There were soft footsteps aero11 paJlng biB dues to Roosevelt-A urora either side of the bricks, added to the the carpeted floor, and a moment later post of the American Legion for 1926. tact that the larger part of the cellar Equipped with a 4-foot pencU, the cabin door opened and closed. wall Ia beneath the ground, makes for Dick could hear loud, stertorous M&Jor Greene aftlxed his signature to dampness within the basement. a ctant check measuring 24 feet long breathinr of one in ereat pain. Ex<:ept after a beating rainstorm, and 10 feet blgb. The check was outside of the bricks will not be the Blgned in front of the city hall of IV CHAPTER because the constant circuladamp, "8elll~b the pcbt I" he commanded. Aurora before a larp crowd, after air outside dries them. Iuslde, of tion bbn bring blm to me. I'll wblcb It was rolled up placed on a bad Dlclr n Ia more atapant. The damppremeditatio air the Wttbout No, not •QOP around. mllltaey caluon and conveyed to the beof pOiltlon the in on the bricks, and, as himself gathers placed ness fie'• not in the cabin. bank where It was cashed. A pa· of bit soaks Into them. ever:y ~ r porous, ing an eavesdroppe rade, lncludine the b1eh-echool band, bricks are took that unpainted this are conversation If the bricks a careful ex- gossip and . be made I" ~t"-l'tli•iu * decU loldlera, Lectonnalrea , and clt:y ofll8ellftiifbelo' planning of the bricks Ill out of eYeey possible hiding place in tbe maiD cabin. clala, followed the check OD Ita tri- dampness Is drawn on the outside, and evaporates, with a cabtn. Dick, holding his to get aboard the Pelican be bad hard· umphal ride to the bank. place 1JJ, Paint these The event marked the opening of a resulting dry cellar. beard him tramplnt around, 17 ctven consideratio n to the thought opelllDr and dosing ~rs and lockers, that the open rqlater would admit phenomenally BUCcessful and unique bricks and the lead In the paint will and eYeD tbumplllg the soft CUihlona. an:y and all sound&. Be was a Uttle memberablp campalp In which novel fill the pores of the bricks and preYent the dampness from escaping from Once be atopped in front of the reg- ltartled when be found how dlltlnctl7 stunts and methods were the rule. It him. to carried was whisper a even To locate proapecta for the L'eglon the bricks to the outside, and that liner, and reml\lne4 quiet for so lonr sound. great a was cabin the It as waa the newspapers printed as complete a will mean damp walla In the cellar. that Dick feared be bad discovered wave of It Is far better to leave the bricks point focalita with tng board, lilt of Aurora ex-service men as could sount due. head. natural red and to know the his their over register be p.thered and headed the llst with The sprlnr bad been a Uttle ruso, vibration at the of the cellar has some dampness The first night be learned from de- a coupon to be cUpped, on which was and poesibiJ lt had not clOied comabsorbed into the out· being of means pi~. Tbe ~ce of a llttle dirt tached remarks tblnp that both en- printed : "To Unknowu Soldiers of . . air er or roat near the crack mJ,rbt excite lightened and bewildered him. Steve Aurora-If :you are not on the followBrent's 1usplelon. Dlca drew a sigh Cutler was .,1n1 on a cruise much Ing llst, 8lgn :your name and addre11 of relief when the maD llnaU:y moved agalnat biB OWD wlll, through the and mall to the Leeton Survey Com- City Dweller Find• Doctor Alater, the mittee.'' Nearl:y two complete pagee RW&J, ll!id after another tour of the urgent advice Comlort in Suburb• Mr. Blake, of valuable newspaper apace were livand family ph:yalclan, cabJn walke.d outllde on deck. rush to the suburbsgrand The bla of Allee, Ust with long the of en to the prlntlne •It's .an even chance, cap. that I'll his private secretary, some of them ten miles out-Is an Irre10 with JOU OD thll little trip," he niece, as a Iovine but 1lrm co-con- mown service men in the effort to pressible movement to restore "Home Dick's that locate the ''unknowns." · mulled, Jri~Qllne to blmaelf. "Anyway, spirator. The theoey The churches of the cit)' co-operated Sweet Home"; the kind with a Iliac the crul8e wu to hunt for some bid. 70U'Il have a bard time finding me.'' with the Leeton ln locating "unknown bush in the front yard and a place to A little UJbt entered the compart- den treasure received a seYere jolt. the wash In the back yard. The The yacht was bound for Valhalla, soldiers." More than 1,000 und1acov- hang ment throuch the register, and as the d Ideal of home ls not lost. old-fashione an laland off the southern coast, that erecl former service men were rehampered, but as soon as been has It had been fltted up at .,eat upense bJ vealed to the membership committee are removed-by easy obstacles city the mtlllonafre for a quiet winter re- throuch the agency of the churches. n to the countransportatio rapid and PrecediDI these steps, a telephone sort. It was a 1mall, Isolated lsland much as It restored Ia home try-the without aDJ eommUDlcatlon with the campalp was conducted In wblch 1ft always has been. malDland, and tar enough trom the lfrla called eyery residence in the cit)' The heart ot man era ves a little lanes 9t travel to protect the ocea- In an effective effort to locate veterjust a little: and the lonellne11, pants from ylldtors and cur1081t:y leek- alll. lt. It Is not the loneUafford suburbs the signed Proapecta who were not ers. where there is no city the of ness whlcb Cutler was a Blck man, aceorcHnc to flrat da7 were sent telegrams but one which hobnobbing; nelrhborly the testlmon;r of btl phJBiclan, and were delivered b7 80 boy scouts. SoclabiJlty voluntarily. broken be may unless he took a rest of a few weeks Thus lmpreued bJ the urpDCJ of the balanced. nicely are segregation and the inevitable breakdown would fol- matter, and weakened by the Aruab want of you as much as have You low. Ancered both at the doctor who act," p1'9specta slped on the spot. you repose, desire :you when and each, AD "01r-to-Parla Night" was a condemned blm to a period of laolajon· own your beyond withdraw tlon, and at nature for pl&Jlnl him unique and much applauded feature can large street car quila. aach a ababby trick, ~· old man of the campatp. A In the suburb one feels that the famfloat representlnr the Leviathan, with fumed and fretted. llat Paris bound, Ily rooftree will last. It will not be When he realized the actual Bltua- a full passenger of Aurora swept away by apartment hotels or tlon Dick recretted the course he bad "lalled" through the streets armor:y, corner drug stores. It wlll be there the towu taken. The romance of the vo1ace and anchored at was desig- for the cblldren. It wlll be there for occasion the for auddenlJ l01t lta flavor. There waa a which Legion· Thanksglvln e and Christmas and wedthe There ParlB." .. as chance of ._d,.enture on a deserted fa. nated merr:y dings, ay,- and tuneraii.-St . Louis made and land, with a parcy of aearchera for aa1rea dllembarked with Globe-Demo crat regaling style, burled treasure; but a 11111all priYatelJ lD true Parisian review. and abow owned place, even If It were a mere a dance, lfrly-gfrly throuch the parade dor mutt A Brick'• Good Qualiti•• dot on the ocean tar from land, offered town the of kids the for streets main In a buDding It Ia not possible to romance and less of advenlittle caab prizes for winners, was a wlth have real beauty without strength. ture. the wol'!ls "American The eye cannot be thoroughly satisput that atunt There would be lerYanta on It, a Legion" on all Ups. The Forty and small army of them, perhaps : formal Eight, honor orpnl.zatlon of the Le- fied If In the mind lurks the consciousgardena and cultivated fields; conven- cion, also put on their tun-maklnr ness that the architect's creation Is lD the battle with "'We'll Be There by Tomorrow Night, tional · summer boll8elt, .,It links, ten- stunts In connection wtth their iniU. to be vanquished to mar the powerless Ia Time time. WQn't We, Captain!'" It Wa1 Mr. Dls courts, and all the artificial inven- atlon ceremonies duriDc the campalp. of brick. strength the sap to or beauty tions of cl1'1llzatlon to amuse vlaltora. Blake Speaking. but the go, and come may Generations· There would be hardl:y a wild nook or homestead the of walla brick aturdy tbrough eacapecl eabln 1\lr from the craDill' where he could hide and make T1110 Girl• tmd One Boy stay on. Brick may reach a venerable tb,Js the suctlOD created kept his nar. blmaelf comfortable. Winner• Ea~~y Legion eld age-It never reaches the state venWated. row quarters falrlJ well Dllpsted b7 the outlook, be felt Indeclared were boy a and ctrla Two decrepitude. Brick comes from the of "I won't llllotber," he reasoned, eliDed to abandon all secrecy and 1tep amiual the In winners national be to of Mother Earth, In the form bosom looking up;. •'Plmt:y of air." He forth from hl1• place of concealment nathe by conducted contest e~~~~ay clay ; lt Ia hardened by the plastic of glanced at bla paekap and IIJIIlled and confea. They could do nothlne of commission Americanism tional agency known In the powerful moat again. "Grub and dr1Dkt enoug,b for more \han bold blm as & stowaway and 1924-25. for Legion American tbe Is proof against the and world-firea week." make him work for biB pallllge. On Watot Sh11nkland Bl.lzabeth Miss fire; lt deflefi wind of further attacks UncoD8t'IOU81J, be drew f()rth a the whole that would not be onerous. the imd, rain; It is as enduring as earth amonc place first took m., seka, clrarette and started to Ueht lt, but The p~ee of AUce Cutler would and more eauylata who en- ttaelf.-Exch ange. ebecked hlmllelf. ..SmokiDr forbid- add a little -..t of romance to the 200,000 competition. She won a the tered den," he said In a rueful voice. "That's experience. OD It for of $700 to be used In her acholarshlp Yolce, Plain Preachin• The second mrht out bla cramped further education. She plana to take hJa lrolfe out hard luck I" Then in a reUe1'ecl eveeybodJ'a whm night "At added, boost your town ; run be people, Local prison bepn to teD on hl1 nerves. Too a course In muale at Northwester n tbe 11111alleat YeDtllator Tbe up. Itibt can I asleep, down. of Instead up, It mucta blactloa was worse than too unlverslty. She has been teaching of thll In odor:• and smoke the aw&7 cam will thing It needs If It the Ia Boosting against much exerclae. Schbblne the deck plano since abe was twelve years old. lllmBelf succeeds. make and to tried After that be under the angry eye~~ of Captain Brent i:tlltb • .oft tlnk· Second place, with a scholarship of prospers as comfortable a1 possible in bls nar- seemed preferabJ.e to remaining In the $000, was won by MIMI Gertrude CarAll Ita beueflta are yours while your \atlltacaome row quarters. It ·was narrow coml?artment. ter Stockard, whose home Ia on a 240- ' ·dwelling here endures. From a purely 11elflsh view, boosttfon to know that he would be far and The main cabin was deserted, acre farm at the top of one of the more comfortable than lD tl.e co'il.l Dicit atrack a match to light a clga. moat beautiful hills In the Ozark&, a Ing 1s the thing to do. bunkers, where be bad flrst thoqht rette. It wu his one <:onsolation, and mile and a half above the little vlllage But there's still another side-that having civic pride. of of hiding. DBW that. be was indifferent about hill of MountalnbUI'i, Ark. She hu never must every one lend a hand Cltlzens off," well pretty Cln atowawa1 a "As future be lost bls usual caution. Onl;r attended school .a day in her life. done. things get and eat. but do to "Nothing be declded. one electr.lc licht was burnlnc In the Her mother, who was for fifteen It doesn't pay; boostknock; Never at smoke quiet drink and sleep, with a cabin, and the atillneu of the place years a teacher In the schools of Euway. better the Is ing nicbt." He opened b1a box and dis- cot on biB nerves. reka Sprlnca and Fort Smith, Ark., boost, Instead; but kick, not Do tributed lta contents around in the "111 eet out tonight and take a good directed her sole instruction. She has ahead. get to way the corners, counting the number of nnd- rest on one of those cuablona," be been drlvlne In to Fort Smith in the that's This Is how to build your town-; wlchea and bottles of drink. Making a mused. "CaptalD Brent wlO get 1\ jolt family car once a week, when the mental calculation be concluded that, when he finds me there." Be ll'iDDed roads are not too muddy, to stutly talk It up, but never down.-By the with careful rationing, be would not at the thought. music at one of the best studios In the Booster of the Tifton (Ga.) Gazette. n«er for a week. Then, making a Suddenly he became conacioua of Southwest. She plans to continue her pillow of hil coat and box, he lay the presence of some one in the cabin. musle at the School of Applied Arts ln CarJe Ha•band' • Reluge dowo and tried to kill tlme wltb sleep. The soft fall l)f a foot on the thick New York cltJ, whlle she works on Eastbourne, England, can hardl7 The noises outalde did not alarm carpet near bla bldlnt place waa fol· tbe bachelor of arts and bachelor of boast an Interesting eccleaSastlcal 1118him. Coal was 1tlll pouring Into the lowed a moment later by the openlq education degrees at Columbia univer- tory, and the most famous of Its old· and closing of a door. Another foot- sity. time parsons seems to have been Jon· if·~lrAH!eL. aeeompanled by loud orders and step, heavier and clumsier than the Earle A. Tompkins, now a fresh- athan Darby, aa1s the London Post many first, reached hla ears. The two met man at Massachuset ts Agricultural of search tramping and theb1m tbat the Parson Darby had been somewhat un'··ll\'"-·. :f!l1tlll. eonvlllced ~~ pine on. Now that he felt not far from · the open register, .o that college, won the third prize of $21l0. tortunate In the choice of a wife, and :3 cUd not concern blm, and tbefr whispered words could be dlso Bla home is at Easthampton , Mass. to repair the mistake sought peace for heard. study and meditation In a cave In the He plana a business career. of tlnctly to the contusion wh1 nllbt, reasons tomorrow with by dealt The essays "We'll be there ctur at East Dean. In this retreat he dropped ott into re1ttu1 of Blake Mr. was organization It an r• as the Legion, won't we, captain stayed all the week, out of range of with Una ~ lnallJ. Mrs. Darby's tongue, and Issued forth World war veterans, Is concerned BpealdJII. be ConstiJda MDBel, upboldiDI and defendlne the only on Sunday to conduct the servle41 ib.rt4 around b1m. tution of the United States. as Lecton- in church. Dick l1 apparently aafely hidnalres by their CODBtltutlon are den and able to overhear what pledged to do. To Deoelop the Ar,... goea on. What nextf Stand erect, stretch your arms out Radio W cu Popular forward and clench the flats tlghtlJ. Kllllona of people throughout tbe Boldine your arm1 as stiff as poaalble, t!Oilntr.Y listened in on radlocaat IIP6- bend wrlats outward and Inward 1ft daltlea and news of the national con- ttmea, with preclsloa of movement. 0.. tlce Watcla vention of the American Leeton at JOt. Omaha. Two thousand Individuals ap. Next. holding 70ur arms lD the same ~ Brl"*et, that I man to ~ t"akt peared before the mlcrophODe of Bta• poaltlon and cleneblD1 the fiats, tws.t rueatl~. lUf the foreanna u tar &rollJld aa .,_. lut Qrbtt' wat.alo-..;.....,111'8 · dOll WOA.W, whleh was on the alr CCJDo Bible, ftrst oae WQ, tbeo the other. ~ troa 8 :U a. m. to 11 p. -. 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Dlplomaa l•uecL J4oler Ba.rber Collece, lU Recent St. WANT TO HEAR Better borrow from a pawnbroker than from a friend. FROM OWNER of good farm or ranch for sale. From School Teacher to Great Eminence A. S. ACKERM AN A young man who was brought up on a farm, qualified for district school teacher, then man· agedtosavee nough money to put him thru medical college. 617 Charlea Bid•• , Deaorer, Colo. BOOKS Any book you want -by mail, C. 0. D. Deaeret Book Co., 44 East So. Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah Later, h~ moved to Buffalo, N. Y., BATHE YOUR EYES _. ~ and today the name tJH Dr. TbomJIII!ID'a . , .or at r_oar4111111dat'• of this man, Dr. 1llllll_a7 · Blnr, '1'1'07. B. T. ~ R. V. Pierce, Is known throughout the w o r l d. His Go Ide n Medical Discovery Is the beat known blood medIcine and tonic. More than fifty million bottles have been sold. It your dealer does not sell the Discovery, In liquid HINDERC ORN8 aemona Ool'DII. Cal· eto. . ::r.:;~n patn. e~~au .... oolllfon to tile or tablets, you can obtain a pkg. of the louses. eu~, l6c !!7 1111.11 or a.t .Jlruc· feet, makes tablets by sending 65c to the Dr. Pierce Illata. Blaooz Olleailll&l Worta .l"MCJlope, Ill', T. Clinic, In Buffalo, N. Y. Also write for tree medical advice. Gnen's August Flower /or ConstlpaU.. . lnd..estlolt ud Torpid Liver ReUevea that feellng of having taten unwisely._ 30c and 90c bottles. AT ALL DRUGGISTS . ............ GALLSTONES a.. RED Ro UGHSKIN · . t · is ugly and annoying-ma ke 7our Wn soft, white, 101'ely, bY using 1 . ReSID01 Most of the born women. lt~aders 1 , I OD ltemach, CbroDlo IJicll.-tlDllltreA ID pit of ltomacb, Hea.rtbura, lour Stomach, BIJIOIUDe-. Dlas7 Bpella, Sick Haadacll-. PaiD or Bean- ID Rlcht Bide, CODatlpatl- Colle, Vom1U.., Stomach Trouble ID &nJ' l"orm. BelleYe4 wu~Mat OD•tu•• ID '1"- Owa ~~Write for I'Rillll. 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