The Van News (Wills Point, Tex.), Vol. , No. , Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1931 Page: 4 of 8
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.....Prkm An Bight
2 1-2 lbs. CANOVA COFFEE \
WHITE SWAN PEACHES, N«. Z
Is Dm U,
I. S. NEAL
A Sid* Rriroad ' Wfe PAl, T«
• mn tew jj2* °LHti ^ 01 rcoord*
mjs. Tfcto " l><1^W1Ch P * . Tl£
SulteSl **" * dactrtns that it often mle- ter cam* to this desk with a re-
-l-v -*■*»* «» that tone people quest to publieta, which we wUl
m repaid to the tests of the ait- believe the reports are true end
Jii '"JL - oottoh. The eeeence of such a that Farm and Ranch la doing an
“ 000*00 ot conduct, if it it to be a injustice in printing
? 4aS SSSs c*u
- »- ^
rn and r„ demonstrating the fact that
oadremist J? j??? bueinesa, to P1*—. there U more profit in large acre
i. hot not tU^Hv* F?*1*- yields on a smaller acreage then
, bat not w*** modern akimpy yields on a large acreage,
so; know f^l^Uon to (*««P They are demonstrating the value
, anodtiLl^ ^ tewtihinrtidny of soil •election, good plowing*
woks ere 1 tgood *’*d tod preparaUon, the use
■a should ^eltboraw tom- 0f fertilizer and proper cultivation. I
[oammm, f*T» of metmpUtan •‘free, but Alwa , the wlnner, of theae con-
i It >»y mean meeUng the prime te8ta httve U8ed the begt ^ ob_l
L, more ®* trudtag that make I
w ... buying profitable to the buyer as ■ I
gou will i. ' ,hl Baiia,. We know It ia sometimes hard,
Bs . The obligation which rests upon ‘fr f® 9*^®r fellows to admit that j
M ,7?*° local dttssnc, as buyers, demands ‘h® toys beat us at our own game,
■ of the /T'f.f '___________.___ but why should we express our:
Kentlv ^ jealousy by being critical, and by
Ha rmtk“ - hfiunM thft mi denying them the credit that is
■hired to ™ t t.™T. „h .h... hod the advantage of many things
******!^! denied their fathers. They ought
PLUMBING AND PIPE WORK.
f j .
I,^LS°S. “**■ <* *■£>
If the gee range Is smoking your ««»■» ntandb e^
neede regulating. ' * .,/j
Now, during the month of March, If you wffl cell w '
•* W1H P«t new washers in the faucets end regulate nor *
!•* range flee of charge to you.
We are thoroughly equipped to do any repair Job ns-1
may have and it is always appreciated. , ‘
*_ .We handle the best of everything in our line—Bath <
Tubs, Commodes, Lavatories, sinks, Laundry Trays, Rubber ,
Goods, brass and lead goods, sheet metal, nickle sine for
your cabinets end water heaters. j
®®f’t forget to call us about those faucets and rail ess J
We will appreciate it end no charge to you. \
hope for a not return upon his niture and have a few more dol-
life-term of labor. Tearly Income lars In the bank. Then there will
of the farm ordinarily manages to come a year some time when you
v f. night for a
T-«7 v.-dteltle. 8b
' f*-,-1tn end w
r; . .wall. We a
01:'" eg adjoining
fM’ ’ Miss Vest
Wl;- f» working
■'*" ’ •—eek-end w
"" swing the other way. >day without the slightest recognl-
Farm property at present aver- tion. Then, for each of them, there
age prices is a good Investment came a tew great years that am-
J* for the man who has the ability,: ply made up for the rest.
the energy and the deternilnation j The law of compenmtion works
in 40 m*to a farm pay. Thousands of | for those who keep tneir Industry
tenant farmers ought to realise ; and their faith. Those Who quit un-
this year their ambition to own der discouragement are selling but
' * farm.—Fort Worth Star-Tele-; at the bottom. For a majority of
° gram. courageous lives, taking all the
“ --—— I years together, the average is
1( The_atory Is told somewhere that good.
■ * certain farmer having become! -—-——
l_ dissatisfied with his farm and lo- THE TEST OP A MAN.
id o*0®11. decided he would sell put -
„ and eeek a new location. Accord- The test of a man is the fight
idjlngly, he listed his place with an he makes, the grit that he daily
r_ enterprising agent, later he chanc-1 shows, the way he stands on his
le ed to run across an advertise- feet and takes Fate’s numerous
ld ment of a place that was being!humps and blows. A coward can
|e offered for sale. Its advantages I smile when there’s naught to fear,
n and good features were described I when nothing his progress bars;
M In such an Interesting and con-1 hut It takes a man to stand up
.. vtnclng way that the place at once I end cheer when some other fel-
‘Til tell you how It Is,” said the
mildeyed patient to the asylum
doctor. *T met a young widow
with a grown-up step-daughter and
I married the widow. Then my
father met our step-daughter and
married her. That made my wife'
the mother-in-law of her father-
in-law, and made my step-daughter
my step-mother, and my father
beaame my step eon. See?
"Than my stepmother, the step-
daughter of my wife, had a son.
That boy was, of course, my
brother, beoauee be was my fath-
er’s mu; hot he was also the son
of my wife’s dtep-dsughter, and
therefore her grandson. That mads
ms grendtether to my step-broth-
er. Then my wife bed a son, my
The High Cost of Btendsmass
The principal of a Pallas school
reports the girls in that school as
underweight Strenuous hsalth-
break-exeroises and calisthenics,
drugs, diets and other moans of
reducing, were blamed.
The reducing fad has caused
the physicians considerable worry
In' many places. Diet and calory
guides have been used freely, many
women aad glris practicing a sys-
tem of mtautary starvation to
order to loos a tew pounds, when
asters intended them to live nor-
sssAp. tech practloee have proven,
tejnrttns to their health, many be-
MMtaf anemic and neurotic.
Ond of tee wont results of this
of Hte war
Lost S Months, Skidding TaM
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Campbell, Ellis. The Van News (Wills Point, Tex.), Vol. , No. , Ed. 1 Friday, March 20, 1931, newspaper, March 20, 1931; Wills Point, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1003771/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Van Zandt County Library.