The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1929 Page: 4 of 4
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Locate Well Believed i
Dog by Dutch Settlers
| A well. btUieved tit b**v« hava miAk
j by the **rty Dutch settlers of Long
| Inland. was rec-nily acuvered Ui
I l-un» Island Oily. Discovery of IU«
j shaft, which Is tk> foot deep, caiue
through the widen uig of tbs street
i The ground war the well, which was
j plated la the street line by the new
| width of the thoroughfare, was weak
ened by the passage of heavy track?.
Comaiis>»foo«r of I’ubUc Works, John
if X He her -e sehrf tft.i* fV w-C mih
T &■++*'At •'otnnidhivi
W-«>lk jflfif '-J Ch*. vw^S •*<►«**•> lie
! recalled that when Da Witt Clinton
1' aaA that probably water frees the well
was used by tbe governor's household.
perfectly adapted to tho uses to atdrb
1 they are put tbut no substitute has
| been found or Is likely to be found.
; it Is almost exclusively ao American |
I crop. The inn broom core market In
| this country was developed by the
: Phaksr community at Watervllet. N T, |
| la irjs. I
la the aariy part of the Mgkteentb
I century brooui com mislay pad Kroons J
; I'vv'.'jy .* * a •%.-*>->-&<•>k* »
• ;t.y' StWbrrs *kI pi'ww>v it Jhu* ffc.v *•
; land, especially to the Connecticut j
valley. Later the center of the Indus
Wy Shiftsi te the Mohawk vattey. tto
til well past the middle of tbe century
Mew York and Virginia continued to
he the broom country ; then production
started moving westward.
stop a bit.
ta wishing toy to tout
Vr iww poosi Ui
Russell & Peek
Judge Harper Barb of Little Rock,
who recently condemned for blas-
phemy President Chor ea Smith of the
Aawrtcaa Association far the Ad-
vancement of Atheism, said at a loach-
“tfs bad enough to be an athelet.
hut to go about the country tryku
to rob othora ad their faith shown
a spirit Jaundiced In the extreaw.
“Such a spirit Jn like that wMch
prevailed in the schoolroom. Thu
schoolmaster said to a boy:
“‘A synonym tor “friends.'* Jones.’
\ “ 'Money, sir,’ Jones answered.
“•Quite right. Jones.’ said the
DETROIT CASH STORE
Tho Lamp mmJ tho Boob
The Viscouateaa Astor, about to sail
for her English home, talked to a re-
porter about a book that had failed.
‘It was such a good hook, too," she
said. “Its failure makes you almost
think that the American reading pub-
lic is like Mrs. Smith.
“ Tm going to ,buv a book,' Mrs
“ ‘A book r said the astonished Mrs.
“‘Tea,’ Mrs. Smith explained. 'John
has given tne a Jim dandy reading-
lamp, and now I simply mast have a
Flooring made from sponge rubber
la to he Introduced in England soon.
Products already shown there iqclode
spowgc rubber apholstery and tires.
For durability, comfort and hygiene,
tbe new type of flooring is said to be
tor superior to any other now made
from rubber «»r rubber substitutes.
Lee Cotirsey, Prop.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TEXAS
Tv .rti:-.-f it Hoar. Triple-Wire Associated Press Service
uri’*: eriit!C!U based on train departures from Fort Worth.
m.nag aw LAST .YEWS—FIRST
Many Oanacs daily and eight full pages Sunday, iucj*. 1 _
The C 3u. Jiggs. Mutt and Jeff, Wuutie Winkle. Wall.
Sv.iitn . Jbte. Eraxy Kat. Moon Muffins and many othsa
Eleven-year old Jimmie's sense of .
humor la Just budding, and at times
shows rapid growth, as when driving
through southern Indiana recently he
saw the many roadside stands of wa-
termelons and cantaloupes, and said:
*1 know now why they say •The
melon colic days have come, the mad-
dest of the year.’“—Indianapolis
Tslepheoiof to Swadoo ®
A telephone call from the United
States to Sweden passes over one
ocean and under two seas. Aftgr
reaching London the call Is carried
forward by mean* of a submarine
cable under the Xorth sea to Hol-
land. It Is then taken by land wire
across Holland and Germany to Roe
pock where It again goes under tbe
water across the Baltic sea to Malmo.
The late Governor S’roog of the
Federal Reserve . l ank condemned
shirkers In a T. R C A. address in
Toledo last year.
“Don’t shirk," he sdtil. “Shirkers
always get found os . ,
“There was a shirking lieutenant In
tbe World war. Whenever he got
news of a coming attack fitness would
overtake him. and he'd esk permission
Baby Hrwas Society Vogue
N Dressing as babies and going to par-
ties with scooters amt toy motor ears
has gripped the fancy of those who
have been called Jerifdvely ‘Bright
Young People" in England. The fash-
ion has started another serious wag-
ging of heads over the younger geoer-
Takes Up Vibration*
The United States navy has recently
come into possession iff a device which
js said to effectually prevent all vibra-
tion In the engines. The inventor is
a Brooklyn man. who Is \ graduate of
Cooper l nton and Brooklyn Poly- | tt> go to the rear,
teebnte Insrituta. The device, so far. ; “Well, one day wh.*n he applied
has been adapted to the Diesel engine, sguin for permission to retire on ae-
althotigb It Is also available for recip- j 0>imt of illness his colonel said to
roosting engine* ; hint: „
_ “ 'Lieutenant, if this keeps on FI1
Sound Accurately Recorded I t0 ^ ** * ^
_ . _ .. ...__ .. . rnll.-n—for a wreath of leaves of ab-
Tnmsnussion of light beams, through j . , „
. /nkJ.. Al*. .Afnk «o.l»(wo S**n**»\ .
Railway Tic* of Steel
To give railway ties of steel a thor-
ough test In comparison to those of
wood three railways of England have
ordered large numbers of the new
sleepers.. One line will instsll 10,0*50
pres«e<I steel tle*«, .-mother *5.*)0*>, each
i weighing tK pounds, und the third,
Frits—Dad, you are « lucky man.
Father—How ts thstt
Frit*—Ton won t have to buy me
any ache d books this year. I have
left In the mui* clas*.—Stock-
Give Useful Gifts
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Cold Pat Up With Him*df
“I don t see wber,* we can put that
lecturer up for* the nteht."
“Itont worry, tie always brings
his own bunk." * .
Our store is brim full of Goods that not
only make appreciative Xmas Gifts but
will be useful the year around—We have
listed below a few of the many articles
that we have to offer:
For Men and Boys
$3.00 to $5.00
50c to $2.00
$3.00 to $6.00
$7.50 to $8.50
3 5 0 to $5.00
$1.00 to $2.50
35c to 75c
- 35c to $1.00
Dress Shirts -
dollar Dinner for Four
Drift Imf........Jt# stirring constantly until creamy
’ —- - * - Mm ---- L..* _:*L »L. __I____-
For the Ladies and Girls
Shoes--------$2.00 to $5.00
House Shoes--------$1.50 to 2.00
Slip on Sweaters--$2.00 to $3.50
Silk Hose-------60c to $1.50
Handkerchiefs, Towels* Toilet Sets, Etc.
Also we are still offerieg special bargains
in our Grocery Department.
!— firhwm am Gratin: Fork togeth-
er lightly three raps of salmon, two
caps of mashed potatoes, six table-
C. L DICK & CO
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1929, newspaper, December 26, 1929; Detroit, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1006162/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.