Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1936 Page: 3 of 8
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e GREATER PROFITS
FREE CHICK FEEDERS
Offers mors economical methods of feeding poultry. It
saves you money Because it saves you ffeed. It promotes
sanitation and lessons spread of disease.
During the months of February, March and April ELCO
dealers will give you one of these feeders gratis with every
100 pound .bag of ELCO STARTING MASH and ELCO
GROWING MASH. * r
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Courtly Agent1* Column
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'\ ' Jackson Utmaty.
iMtilc Hall I II I lull RoA.w-.Mruuni/.
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A Profitable Chick Must Be a Healthy
^.....~ Chick! ' ~......
Feed your Baby Chicks ELCO
STARTING MASH containing dried
buttermilk and highly Vitamin con-
centrated Cod Liver Oil. *- It will
make your chicks grow rapidly and
reduce losses to a very low rate.
For Growing Chicks feed ELCO
GROWING MASH. It is a superior
feed and will not cause any d gestive
disturbance or check their growth,
which so often accompanies & change
to other feeds.
For Laying Hens ELCO makes
a variety of Mashes, some high pow-
ered and some lower priced, but all
good value for the money.
Ask Your Dealer For:
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ELCO Supervalu Laying Mash
ELCO Producer Egg Mash
ELCO Chicken Dinner—AlLMash
ELCO THRIFTY 5 Mash
All ELCO mashes now contain
NOPCO XX an extremely highly con-
centrated Vitamin bearing Cod Liver
■WNU S«‘i vie*.
— VO I j Know—
Elco Makes a Feed for Every Feeding
Need ■ , -
SEE YOUR DEALER AND INSIST ON -
ELCO QUALITY FEEDS
W. I. MARVIN, Dealer, Edna, Texas
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ANOTHER GAME <pF HIDE
\ ri n’ remember the irnme of hble nntj
I seek Danny-Meadow-Moose played
with Roster Rear?'You remember what
a very dreadful game It was .for
Danny? But hard as It was for Danny,
It didn't -begin to be as hard as the
■ pimp tig hi foot the Deer was playing
wltji tfieVImntyr. In the Green Forest.
In (he ease of Roster Rear. nmi-Danny,
- th.er .latter had simply to keep out of
react! of Raster. As long ns
’didn't get his great paws oif
the latter was safe, Then, too, Danny
Is e v< ry smsll^rrsbn. He Is so small
that In- can b^fcpnilt'r two or three
leaves. Witot^Bjg he Is he- 'is pretty
sure to tin-1 a htWur place of some sort.
Ills small size gives him advantages
fn a game of hlde’nnd seek. It cer-
Uflhtfoot Listened and Watched.
tninly does. Rut Llghtfoot the Dejty Is
big. He Is one of the largest of ttae-
people who live In the. Green Forest,
Relng so big, It Is not easy to bide.
Moreover,'a'hunter w ith a terrible
gun does not have to get close In order
to. lei’ll. I.lghtKiot knew all this as he
waited for ,the coming of- the hunter
of whom Sammy Jay had warned Jdra.
He had l^yrno<! many lessons In the
hunting season of the year before and
he remembered every one of them"
He knew that to forget even one of
them might cost him his llfeoljo, stand
trig motionless behind a tangle of fallen
trees, Llghtfoot listened and watched.
Presently over In the 'distance he
heard Sammy Jay screaming, “Thief,
thief,, thief I”. A little , sigh of relief
screaming of Sammy Jay was a warn-
ing to, tell him where the hunter was.
Knowing Just where the hunter’ was
made ft easier for him to know what
to do. •
A Merry Little Breeze came stealing
through the Green Forest. It name
from behind Llghtfoot and danced
away towards Tlie hunter with the ter-
InRtantly Llghtfoot began
Old tars “Smashed I p."
That the father of jazz—the
liar yncopated rhythm
that is the minuet of today
-e-ns a man named Razz,
who first started playing it
.with “drum and bones” in
•"New Orleans? Others soort'"
if.-ok it up and changed the
■name from Razz to Jazz.
. m.m- r- 11 ,0 v iidl: a I e.
W Nil St ! vice......... . ’ ,
London Fog Flare
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to steal softly away through the Green.
Fbrest. He took the greatest care to
mukt[ no aound. He went In a half eir,
cle, stopping every few minutes
look and listen and test the nlr with
Thousands ot automobiles so', tie
on pit that they were piHeiitii.iH a
danger to users of the ijighways; huVt
<^liei-n smashed, up since oJumiarj 1st
under tire" nationwide ■junking' -plan
iiud-iHited hr Chevrolet Motor ^.'lanp.c .i
in Janinyy und cotiUiuii.il tit, I ■ 1 ;
ary, aei-ording to-W,, K, HVUet,-vieei
l»ii-s-’i.lint nod gi-ueraI ^.,-ili - in.,
Full reports for tho period to dme
Have not Is-oil compiled.
“The operation of the junking plan
is la mud to redan- the hazards of t h.e
highway.’** Mr. Holler pointed out
“Literally thousands of ears whose
further operation on the highways
would he it1 menace to their owners
and, to others will he retired i«-rinu-
nen|ly, and -the probabilities are flint
tlie number will run, even higher
"The removal of the ears, already
snapped from the sl.nTts jitnl lii,-u-
He knew that that .«:)»■ 'h’li.uiielj rejlun-' tie j,ratiie
liMf/.ard, fur m*\t !<> tin* drivrr IiTiiistH',
l.lit* iimst impiiriant tacl»»r in lii^liHuy
safrly i> tre ronditiTYn ul' tin- vt liich* ’
Mr. ll«>jj»t r t xplaint ti i In• pl;m uikUt’
wiilrli ( Ih-x roh“r" iilid ils dt-nlrrs are
eanying out the junking program.
The ‘ < ‘lievrolet Motor l 'onipauy, lie
smyjj, [uiys Mre dealer I'e.r eai h old ca^
taken in trado oii a Hew • !a\rolet,
that is .serapjied. The ariria! jiniklH.^
is v; 111 MTV i -s i ‘i I lit tln‘ < ' fn ■ \ I . 11 ’ ! t I i -s I r j t ■!
his wondertpl nose.
Cau yAt guess what Llghtfoot vyas
trying to do?
He was trying to get behind the
hunter' so that the *Merry Little
Breezes would bring to him the dread-
ed man-segnt. A's long ns he could get
that scent he wiiuld know where the
hunter was though he could neither see
nor hear him. If hef, had remained
where Sammy Jay had found him, the
huhter-mlght have, come within shoot-
ing distance- before Llghtfoot could
ha,t;e located him.
So thd h'unter with the terrible gun
Walked noiselessly -through the GFcen
•Forest, stepping with the greatest care
to avoid snapping a stick underfoot,
searching with keen eyes every thicket
and likely hiding place for a glimpse
of Llghtfoot and studying the ground
for tract's to Show that Llghtfoot had
been there. v
© T. W, Burges*.—WNU Bervic*.
manner, who cortiju.- that tlu'N<*ir
Avas dostroyod in a< <;onl.imc yvilli .IJfT*
terms of I he a^Feewient.
“'I'lie, aiinoiineement of 1 hr junking
program,*’ said Mr. IloiTer. *'eaHed
forth enthusiastic response. Many
limy*,spapers and jrfnmizines comiueiiteii.
uIm»ii the plan editoriidlv, Ncallin^. it a
worthwhili* step in the diret tion of
stiVet and highway safidy.. *
■**That St is sound from im economic.
slamkQojnt is .sIkumi hy I lie JL 11
fi[jjjflyes avaiJahle. lh*t|i used 'cars an
new (die^olct trucks have sel
time i-isord for this season.
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PLYMOUTH & De SOTO
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Parts in Stock
Edna H. D.
'Tlie Edith ’ Home Jk-ruimstrati.m
('lull met tit the home of Mrs. MeCor
lilirk WT-dm-sduy, Feb. l“th
Miiss-dox brought; wifli iter
Murrikv, the .dtstii,T siijM-rvigAr.'Ssiud
•she gave us- « wky4«tems.tUnf talk op
flow the Eundanie^ftals (if Life Iidgr-
twine with Our AVork anft Develop
meld. * j
Miss i’iix li.riuiglit \\,tttv-ie-f Iwditiug-
to sho\y ns'the different iypes and
i|imlit.y:- One-wny fn test the quality
of1 ti. blanket is to see if jt pinrh of
I lie nap ludweeu the tliuntb anil fore
linger will support, its, own weight.
Wool and down quilts are jntn-h wnnii-
er. ihan cotton’'aiKi, are iniieh fighter
iiF weight wliieh- give us moi-e <-iim-
fort jn sleeping. She stressed the fact
of keeping your ■ bedding i-leatj «. it
yvill not require so (htu-h blundering
and to have it light, soft tiurbwarm.
After jd^lieious treft-eshments were*
Served, tlie meeting was adjourned.
There .will lie a tit-mot rot ration of
making, HUittresses atMJu* aiiditorium
February Iftttli* AnyoneAtiFereston in
seeing this demonstration is invited to
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AVm. yviede was iii the .( Ity Satnr- .
ftay from his home on the Vamieridlt^
Prairie on n eoti
lulifin-d Im.-fiiieas anil ^
KfOltl V -
'I (.nidi- Ti, .Good
Salurdaj . Nile
■ I..-i-viJ..Fnri]rito- ^singer
*- v '.'EM: At lit A
from 1 lit* f;i mous song
Gain's I’niiions Fi^liLin^
ni( Jicrc to thrill you—-
P\ ricrimj* the following oiliciTs:
Jofuinj J, Ktrsliar, pmtfilein.
A ti tun AJaeiiyeek, vice Iirestib ii;, • |
MTtre -etieguiolt,. uoe-treaa...... _ :
1/k:u1 sponsor of tlie Club will lie -........
'chosen fit a inter meeting." After a I "V
short";htfsincs£ session, the boy.- jfutg 1*-^
Oil u Class of ear corn before adjourn f '
iifg to meet again in two weeks.
~ Tlo»I7oi-oujy:Ii, jffilctensIOii’ 'TVm j ~ TT—•n.’VMTTIVTCJTW* ’
cull urisp/savs there are several wa., - ! „ , . K ' ■ -
to treat liot beds to preVenTTRcr-plant. j sda>-W edm-Mfiiy, »t>-L6
from dumping oil. A practical' Way el1
bo select a well drained location fur
the bed and see that tlie plants get
seine - ventilation each, .sunny diiv
•A\V,id; excess watering, which jua.i
lead to damping oft'.
Copper Carbonate Treatment: J..
sierlize tile soil at the titne of i»lai^ts-
lo'ittato -seed,., cupper, carbonate, mat ’C
•used.'' Mix one pound of od'/i. c-fif'lu.r
carbonate powder wjth 2a gallons of
water. Plant the seed and wet . Hu
soil with this-solution, using 1 pim p, r
square foot of hotbed surface. Tin.
Oil wees' of copper carbonate, tii-soh, ,1
in gallotts of water will treat a bul-
bed (ix'ti feet, if plynts ur, up. »
can be applied at the same rate exf-ept
tin- solution sltould not.touch .the fu|-
ilage. It should be run down tlie rua.
l-’orutaldebyde Treatment: Mix a
jiint of tOj/b formaldehyde iido a
bushel of dry loam soil. Then mix the
bushel of treated soil into tlie hotts-d!
growing soil. A bushel of fq.ritiu.bk
hyde-t tea ted soil will-be suitiiieui lur
a bottled 0x0 ’fet-t. Keep-l he cu-,. ■ u|,
over, the .hot bed for -IS bout--, imu
EE1V A ? it E H
ifllttirstliU -Friday. 27-2$:
Slh.iiiid (11m* faLsi? stop coiideHii] a young
w girl in love?
Mill! an ALL STAR cast.
( inning Sun-Mon., Mar. 1-2:
Atm Harding Herbert Marshall _
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“ The Lady Consents”
“Next Time We Loye”
open ventilator, for half day In :
pblnting tlie seed,
.Sulphur For Weevils.
“Follow the Fleet”
James, Garner ' was successful
keeping, life Little Thomas seed n
free from weevils by. burning -m-hp
in tlie building Wliere tlie eoi n u.
stored. The corn was shucked. „■ ,•
jitter pulling, .but stored bn tin- /el.
At tieriods of from 0 to s Week
James has tfaiiied a, small quantity uti
sul|ibur in tlie building, unit inis bad
practically no, weevil damage, ron-xj,
ering tlie.corn did not its inn, li as have
the protection of the shuck.
Tlie. degree of control with this
treatment, as any other, depends mi
hrtw tight your building t>. .'.fames
was fortunate in having a good tight
room for this treatment. v
C. I. KELLY, raster
Sunday School—9:15 A. M.
Morning worship—11:00 o’clock.
Young People Meeting—li :30 1*. jl.
Evening worship—7 AW- 1’. .M
' We are having special services Sip»-
dny inorning for our yuiin'g tieople.
.Emit year tlie ehurgli sets ’.'asifte aiue
day hi which wte giveiour thtmgnr and
attention to otir boys and girls who
are preparing themselves selmol
and t'olleges tlirouglHiut- tin* eduntry
fur future leadership. .
We are happy to .have as our-.houor
guests ft:' this service the members of
tlie Senior Class of .the Edna High
School. We are looking forward to a
happy and fruitful hour of worship
together. Will you come and. worship
with us? ^
-THate Health Department.
e-tin. Texas, Feb. 17.—During the
pa-t mouth tlie Food sand Drug in-
spectors Vuf the State Department of
Health have collected a total of 133*
samples of ground meat, and of this
'number -is were found to contain il-
legal'’preservative. So far, twenty-'
three cmiyk-ttons hare been secured—
the.'tine und court cost averaging $40
per ease. Other eases are yet to lie
tiled. ' ‘
.•‘flu. most common - Illegal pfeserva-'
live is sulphite of soda. This acts-,fs •
a deodorant, preservafife, and color re-
storer. Meat treated with, this sul-
phite may look invitingly fresh even
though stale, and its effect as a
deodorant is such that it masks the;
smeM'of decomposition. ■;
.The Jiureau of Food anil' Drugs has I
a field force of jeiglit men whose entire
time is spent in the riusiiectibn of. food
and drug establishments in order tl-at,
articles not lit for human eousuulpthni
are withdrawn •-fapm the .channels of
trade/ anil that prmluets a-re iiroperly
labeled*: also, that -raerchaiidistt and.
places of business are ke^f clean and.
sauitiiry. ‘ .
Isunlun police are testing this new
type .of fug Hare which is intended to
replace Mn&^rh] acetylene Hares. It Is
worked 'fro'm gas mains, and cat). be
i folded 1 up "’and piVtt- awfay in a metal
box gunk in (be stiver. .
Wo are iu the. "market
i-renm. chickeils, and eggs..
Ci 1' A11 \ BACKIXW
express stock tank, re:
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U.Ln'EU, Edna, Texas.
J. T. ltvowniug. well known farmer
id five i.otila suction,was looking after
biis^m ■ i!,.^ let's jiiid mingling «-itli
fi-ie.iiils in file county seat Saturday.
lie calhd in at Ibis ollice while ill (lie
city to iiavt** Us .set ills sub,s.c-)iptioii
date up it; notch for wliieh he lias our, Wiggly,
ltev. Clay Muncy tilled Iris regular
appointment hero Sunday.
Miss Fanny Whittington has re-
turned from a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Oscar Fitch, of Koertli.
Weil, we ha^e some new neighbors.
Mr, anil Mrs. iiNyd Keitii and family
having moved yiuto this community
from Ezzell. f r
Mr. Henry Xatchell ‘ of Ho]K‘ was tt
visitor in the w\i Doss home Sunday
Willie TTz and l’hil.Busch each “are
(lie, owners of new trucks.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jansky have
had a new radio, installed in their
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Keith of (’or-
iole were visitors in our little city
FOR RENT—One furnised and one
unfurnished apartment over l’iggly
W. A. -GIRNDT.
How to Keep Colds
Vicks ;V«-tf©-nol helps
Prevent many Colds
At the first warning nasal irrita-
tion, sniffle or sneeze, use Vicks
Va-tr*-noi—just a few drbps up
each nostril. Va-tro-nol is especially
designed for the riose and upper
throat —ukere most colds start. It
stimulates Nature’s own functions
—in the nose—to help prevent
edds, and to throw off head cdlds 1
in their early stages. Used in time,
Va-tro-noi helps avoid many; colds.
Caught a Cold ? .
Vicks VapoRub helps
End a Cold Sooner
If a cqld has developed, rub Vicks
VapoRub on* throat and chest at
bedtime. VapoRub Acts direct—tuo
ways at oncet ,.(LV«B>j, stimulation
through the skin tike a poultice or
plaster; (2) By inhalation of Its
medicated vapors direct to inflamed
air-passages. Through the night,
this combined vapor-poultice ac-
tion loosens phlegm, soothes irri-
tation, helps break congestion.
'litunirilon buttprin'sker of n
’hti" but.termaklng • state is
’«tlip of Clark's .Grove. Mom.
oiujmhE off with four'"chaiji-|>
Unnesota this yoor. ,11/ liifl\tvr
sciiruil an in ,'
Follow Vicks Plan for Better Control of Colds
A helpful guide to A’wer colds and sliorter cokis Developed by Vicks
.Chemjsts and Medical Staff; tested In extensive clinics by prac-
ticing'physicians further proved in everyday home use by mil-
lions. The Plan is fully explained in each Vi<
r. ,.! I i
h'-prtigU of PI m ihirhig*
^ Vida Open Hrnut, with tfrcctuTitOoM. nmy
Mimday 9:30 t. s. t.) NBC coa>l-k>-co<ut
Over \2f Million Vick Aids Used Yearly for Better Control of Colds
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Staples, H. K. Edna Weekly Herald. (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1936, newspaper, February 20, 1936; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763049/m1/3/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Jackson County Memorial Library.