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THURSDAY,- AUGUST 10, 1933
THE WAYNESV1LLE MOUNTAINEER
a response in her. Could it possibly
be true that in six weeks she would be
the normal, happy, remembering wife
of Kooky? 1; must be so.
Hie went to bed early. The sounds
ot bullfrocs and crickets lulled her
quickly to sleep. Her last thought was
that she would wake up m the morn
inc knowing all about her past.
1 ill! i lie next day evvvvthmn was the
same. !i,. lelt secure and full of
happiness, he was m her riant place.
and Kocky's picture was on her dress
;she thought oi her new family. Mrs
I'u .tl " .Mother ' was a dear, and sh3
seemed really to like loris. She re
low ed her eventtul yesterday with
tranuuiluy. All that fright about the
man in the cab had 1'mi so usele
so silly. Anyway, it was all before
she know that she had this quiet
rofuye. before she had even seen
Jlockv s picture. Mre took it up now
A pretty yotig' girl tinds herself in
a taxicab in Now York with a man
wlii'in she never remembers seeing be
fore. She gets away from him and
goes to a hotel where she meets a
,1'iing woman who tinds that the
'nameless girl'' has Stun) in a purse.
fhe strange woman escapes with her
mrse ami leaves the girl who can't
eniembcr her name or an thing about
jTer almost penniless.
An elderly wii'man. Mi
tn meet 1
is if si
supposed to be
ifs son. Kooky.
a 1 . The girl
nie an,l makes
eiueiiiber her real
mii! something of her past,
blank as she unpacks her
wbicl) she can't remember
XiiW lit) i). WITH'. THK STOHV
Shi opened the suitcase next. It,
contained Ave jersey dicsses, a linen
uit. a leather jacket in bright blue
two cotton sport dresses, and an even-
gown with a little coat to go with
'Like, the wardrobe ol a gn'l wno
expects to be gone on a very short
trip." she decided,' "or else has: sent
nil her trunks."
The last box contained merely hats
and shoes to go with the dresses.
Doris Du Val didn't believe in carrying
papers around, evidently.
The search had yielded the informa
tion that yellow and lavender were her
favorite colors and that she had un
doubtedly been rich. Nothing more;
Was Rocky really her husband ! bite
peered again with strainer eyes into
the pictured face. If he could only
speak! If he could only tell her who
she was. where they had mot. Gently,
gradually. , she felt sure she Would
come back ;o connection with her past
if she could only see him.
It seemed to her as she looked into
those serious boyish eyes as if she
must remember- Surely the time he
had given her the ring. Some of that
anight come back. She sat turning , the.
. 1 . .1....:
ring over anu over ami ponueriiig. uut
i: was useless.
.Mrs. Du Yal tapped on the door
softly. An hour had passed in these
"('nine in," said Doris.
"till, oh! iTiest tre mauvais'
'dil, oh! ("est tres maiiVais! Yerco
bad! You must rest. At such a tino'
young girls must lest, and not tire
Doris was getting rather weary of
being told that "at such a time She
liiust take care of herself. The such a
time seemed to lie always. Hut she
smiled. "I was just yoing to get
dressed for dinner."
"Oh. no," said Mrs, Du ..Yal. "We
live very -.simply.' Do not .-dress at
I'll just wash fay face then."- said
Doi is hastily. She disappeared into
the bathroom half expecting to lie told
that "at such a: time" girls shouldn't
wash. Then . she smiled ruefully,
ashamed of her impatience.
The drawing' room was attractive
With flowers and books. Alone there
, for a menient Doris looked about tor
newspaper, I'nable to find one, she
turned on the radio.
Instantly an orchestra, blared. An
valaiiche of jazz poured into the
nwii, tlooiied tne wnoie quiet, vvu"-
side, .Almost immediately., there
Has another and larger roar from the
ia 11 outside. . Oscar Du Yal, his white
air disarranged, his 1j1;'"" -oil
ing angrily, ruched in.
"Turn it off! Turn ". - e
Amazed and frightened, Opris . ran
to obey,: As the soound Was cut off, Du
Val looked at her blushing furiously.
Tin sorry," he said, "I am very
sorry. I did not think, it was you. The
servants1 have orders never to touch
I didn't know," said: Doris, "I'm
. Mrs. Du: Yal. had. darted into the.
; room. .
"Roaring like ..a mad bull at our
little girl." she scolded. ; . '
Du Yal looked heartbroken, "Oh, 1
am so sorry.'
."Making noise like one hundred ele
phants and frightening, our little girl
at such a time ! '
But Oscar Pu Yal now looked more
frightened than Dons. ,
Mrs. Du Yal turned to Doris. ' You
gee what it is to live with an artist.
You can thank, you'r .stars : that I
brought up my son to he a business
man. Oscar cannot work.: with the
radio going. . lie does not like to have
the ouside World come to him."
. "Yes, to be told I must wash my
teeth every day. Me. I have never
been to the dentist in niv life.,'
'lie will not have anything come
into the house. No radio! No news
papers! fruch a nan! YVe never play
the radio except on Sunday afternoon?
when we love to listen to the Pro.
"Yes, said Oscar eagerly. Tin look-
if pleading with her
'The Philharmonic con
niee. I like them very
i d at Doris ;k
certs al e very
The evening passed quickly. Lis
tening to the talk of the famous sculp
tor. Dmis nearly forgot all aboout
her own worry. She felt that if she
not a In
ady fallen in lo
nimlu tind horse!
if ha iug sucl
ours, is n i In
talk had i ,
i hi a
1 : ii t
ill w Inch
.mi an -
of ll i-i
.a niuo us.
. j iienibci
would' It hail to!
But it just didn't. The more she
willed to know, the more the curtain
of the past seemed to shut down on
her, blanker than the unknown future
on which she could at least make a
few tentative plans of her own. As
spiniK passed n seemed strange to be
married to a photograph, married to
someone who was a topic of cor.vtr
siiition at every breaktast. luncheon
and dinner, and yet whom she had
uever seen .
The days were always the same.
Doris could understand why Pocky
uiuii t come home much it he were at
all the type that liked gaily. 1 or at
nine o'clock promptly every night the
family went to bed. And at ,-i o'clock
the next morning it was time to jjet
up. Prom six-thirty until noon ilr.
Du Val worked in his studio.
After lunch he worked again. Xlean-
wmie Ills wite occupied herself 'with
the house, superintending the warden-
ilig. the dairies, the farm. Aside front
her work in running the hug- place,
.Mis. 1 u Yal -spent much of her Hum
iii acting- us a guard to her husband
against iho outside world. Hardly a
day passed that did not bring a group
of tourists eager to see the sculptor at
his ui.rk Ills wife kept them away
ic hadn't it would have
uipossiLde for lum to
would have swamped
::rltli '! i ''" i ,w ' ,"'d lliln ,ivi''i in
i KLf v; ' ; 1 7 1" i-- " '. I"- ..rk. :u;d lir b.k iilloly ,l,,i,,.
"l! Jr..--.:.- i cut on his uii'c. h ,.,,,. ,. pessjldc
5 .l "v c i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1
f ' -.; ? W -N" "" 1 !' "', ( 1 of Ihe
-tT . Tr"' W ',,:,"V- A'": l,"'h1' ' ih,.,,-'.. really a
Shows Big Increase
asliLngon. Julv .10. Revenue
other ; han income taxes is pouring
into the I'mtod States Treasury at a
faster ra:e than at any time since the
w.;t-time taxes were repealed, olli
cial figures showed this week.
Miscellaneous internal revenue
winch includes beer, tobacco and va
nous manufacturer.-' excise taxes,
leached approximately $110,000,000
this month, the highest collection
from this class ot taxes since Aug
ust. li':2. when the capital stock tax
of that yea,, boosted miscellaneous
internal revenue to SI l.'Uihl.U" 14 Last
miith miseol!aiHfVs ii.f-'t'nal rot
nuo collections amounted to $10ti.-4n;1,7l!4.
total revenue ot the government,
including income taxes. Panama Canal
tolls and customs receipts, this month
were nearly double thooo of the cor
nespoiiding period of last year, and
went fa,, in cutting down the present
excess of expenditures over recemts.
In tlie first 27 days of duly, the
government collected $144.,'.'?,7Si in
all classes of revenue, against $"(5,.
0l::.404 in Julv. 1 !:?. At th
Drinks 12 Quarts
Of Beer To Prove
Patterson, X. J.,
s of ;?2 beerJ48
to prove it is hot
, ex peiidit u res ot her
i- rocav.'ry program
iSl , lo7 a year ago t
T 1 1 w ho
nd Kockwell .'St. i
ry respcctal.iiy too- uv
W Kngla nd ilea r i he ( '
r, w here it is loo cold for me.''
"Marly in July we will visit
id Mis. Du Val. " o w ill go
I little wife.
; own good
n' a dia n bor-
She Studi.d It 'thouflitftilly.
1 w cm iei h
I l. r bus
him? 1 1 o w
i hi.iug'iit r ii i a
Mi s, I Hi
a'' inai ri
d in , I uly."
'lien I r I'm bled
1 Vol i
i 11 i a
could l,e heard beynnil her j
"Kooky; will ) I, hack by llieii and
witt alt go logcther."
I n.ris .fell f he' 1 ri'inor of
l.elii ml ( he niol her's 'words.
!i ..! sh,
i d this from her w clco
And gel .Mrs, Du al. had in. I
Mrs 1 in Val has reeog niV.efl
lb. Hi ll more. o,- bad Shi?
hut her eyes again, and tried to
;ine Ihe .scene. Mrs. Du Val'i
tin;.-, bail hecii soiiiei hing .about
beautiful she was. Could it be
ible thai Mrs, Du 'al as. well ua
husband had never seen. "Kooky'
It was too confuslri
memory would return.
It must! It
"Vl -'" N-"d Vlas. Du al -'e s,-
" ' "'Le llfW ' Ill "lain i I,, i I ,, .,,,,
!:'. kv '-. Lei, a,
' realh I, -a, nin,; .. ,
1' '!l ' "ii - he I" : and .o.M,aa.is
"' ' !" ''' 'll". 'I III .la- .J;; kit, ll, n
1 d help,., I - a dai.,1,1,,,,, xv ,,,,,
" ' i c,l , nn nr. ,, ell 1 he
hli-hes. Mai, I,., , Mi, ,.; ,. abide j,l . n,,r
"'",ls Mrs; I'll al was lilakln::
' '1 I' ' line sllel, j,,,, u , ,,,
."' I'oi'ix, ! ! 1 1 . .,!,!, of ii,,, waier,"
Thl "' w as a I,., I, 1, ,,, n,.u ,
'I'.uppies. Iioris a weaning ihcm.
'n"s "ceiipied much h,a ancntion
" 1 ''el e W Ll e Ilia II I a ses in i h,'
bouse I" I,:. lilted Hill, Houcl-:
This had become lions' ta-k. There
N as. as loias had said, a bn o, do.
.n,l she I'lijoyct iloiin; it,.
. .bin, lllahlsho fell a-le,, , 1 , ea n , i n ,.
about liocky. She had in,. m.., j, p.
11 : doiil'l ina I li. 1 1 anv oiie , ,u, id
b" so perfect as ihe ...on Mis I iN
ol t.ilked of cn-lalillA'. Ilul u hen
s'"' I""1-'''! in I., i.. his pictured oe., she
b''li.-r.r I hem a ll Si Tl, in ,,,,
blank past he ha, ,,.,, ,,,,,, , , , , ,,,,
loved her. -.T.ln'-.y. tiaib niaiiacl each
":1 Nho almo a helieved she : l e.
i ii t !
)c at inii
000 000, :
ooc in :h,
Not include, I
00ii OlHl spent
' 7 JO -
111 w iv.
a uvlu'i; in "ordinarv"
thu icrioil of $.-!tI-a
deficit of 2i'0,000.
' ,' d , s of duly. 1 ;.
t be c ligurcs ,'s'i'iO, -re
1 1 ft :ii' ivities 1 his
il Willi v'U'a 000,000
Ki con:,', ruct ion finance
i year ago.
imposed beer (axes, now
to ;?io (100.000 nionlhl)
- year's comparison.
-M.chael Sciro of
orank twelve (juar
l he beer w as consumed in a con
gest, tn which hve others, one a vo
min, dropped out after the first fif
teen minutes. Seiro went on for six
teen minutes more and gulped down
a total of US 4 ounces.
I'r, B. p. Smith, of k'i.Tir.'ien.v.I
xamined Sciro and found him
neither liquefied nor intki-;-.'it.H. "
en the others dropped out. Dr.
examined them an.i iliseoveroH
. 1. .. L .. . .. 1 .. '
uiey were iuuetie, hut
I'r. Muith explained by the term
"liiiuetied'' lie moan; by the term
otighly saturated with -.lie fluid that
the body could not contain or ac
cept any tnone of it.
1 he champ, Sciro, is a
is years old; weigh
pounds and is five feet
His reward was a silver loving cup,
which ho filled as soon as it was
presented to him and drained the con
tents, just to prove he cotil, take it.
ilk dyer, he
ight in. hos.
mo in hi n
Practical Joke Ends
In Death' for Woman
Oxford. Mary. Jackson. 17. of Wake
forest, hciv for th,, annual founders"'
day celebration al the North Caro
lina Oipliauilge fo,. th,. Negroes, was
fatally injured Wednesday, night when
she jumped from a I ruck mi which
she was riding-with a party of friends.
'."!' "nrr 1 liryan. w ho con
iluctcd aii in i'stie,a(ioii lolh'wiilg' I lie
.voman's death, said . leariii',1 soine
one on (he irui'k, in a spirit of hilar-iioii-ness.
yelled "lire" and the wo
man and her two daughters jumped
from the (ruck when it was in motion.
Her head struck the concrete and
she died in Susie ( ho.. t ham Hospital
a few hours later from a . f raclurvd
skull. Her two daughters were not
C. E. RAY'S SONS
UNTIL WE LEARNED BETTER
used to mix wood and stoei in uui wi
But tho state or tne art
Until we learned better.
bodies and wheels.
It was the best way to make bodiesthen.
rso n ie mnro pynensivo to make an
Ul iuuipt;, 1
fmmo nnH n.Til steel rjanels on to it. ine
. '-.. 4 i ni biro" nf Rflvfirar millions ol
1 " hlne ve coiuy. Cars, cspeciaUy larE, cxpeSlv ;ar3
wh i rh nrn r rnduced in small
rc- r mnr'v fnr one- car as for a
V W o v " 01 w
steel bodies are not used -in all cars.
But our boic policy from the beginning
all-steel body than to
bettor way m-
dollars for new dies.
volume , cannot afford this because tne ui
million. That alone explains way au
to make a p.ood car better.
regardless of cost.
Fnr exr.r.sle. when we
.. .x u inr-uori wnnd. We still have some
Ilu L ucuauoi; v -..w..s. -
. ir- imofiM Ufinnorav would ure .US
D-65-XI Ilcll u j. . . , - : n..i .... that
before wo made the change.
rinorrtrrip,! wnnd-steo-1 body construction,
thousands or acres 01 uiu
. ... i
to use, up tne wooa .
thpn ndont the better all-steel
quality was more important than expense,
" ... .', .j i u mrtno fn r n nrl aunt tlS t .
-naming the U1 on, -stead of weld.n g aU-3 oe .
, r nrhn Q I n , I I (- , 1 1 1 nu.t . J. u it v - - .
Strong. uut-picoD rriiwis.. - . . ,
nrrnincr nn nil-steel body were these
- - crnnapr Rt.rttcturaiiv unati X. is
-IS I mnnt rnndT HlP.t 1 HTl WfiaKf S DIlUl cir,
XJ'm ' . . on, thn wnnr decavs
of this. Rain seeps m cetween jwuw ---.
surface, and yet not oe 01 ss. w-M-r-t-stress
the steel body remains intact dented per-
a iv is
I .on is :
i I'or a
i k v ( i- s i: u
l.oiti; Mils wee,
niarkel in Si.
slyics ; the VV
MISS (-amphell sas
! Mi'il . I:,:;,;,,,,
I'looiuers a .'i'Jc an,
c""ise liathing suits availahlo at
one I hiiil reduct ion.
.NOSIKUY hivelinoss iiiade availahle
tliioueh Humming .,,' .y
i her lines, nalionally preforred
ll lands. 'I'll,, eyes oi' ill,, wurld
a i e an you'. ll.t e a cine
MKS. t 'ailil)eH calls jif.fenl ion' to
cine collar and culT sels at -I'M-imidahle
in ieach, little and
!' ei ii. .Also, pet ile frocks of
. dtepr hat isle an, I percale for the
tot at Hoc.
COM HI N I ; tl,(. l! in ,,u:ii::y,
style and price.
.S'l'OUl-: improvements , out iiuie
every department heitur benelil -
'his week I'sneeiallv nuta
hie clianj.res will be niadi
Woli'l lie a 1) inner store ii
hel tcr one,
casual ! y. In
11 spraininir his
lion i -
lr , ft
V. calls on
in-. II el
you to i
wit h I ha
Help I hose who ih:
a . " n aataaaa PT rnniTQT' al l ll.l.lllrTLJ.V l.ZlU.i A.a.w . -
A car may have a metal
Under extreme shock or
Haps, but not crushed. .
Steel does not need wood for strength or protection.
but not for the high speed vehicles oi voo.
there are no joints to squeaK. no ama
frame. In all
Every used car lot
Wood is fine for
In the Ford body
The all-steel body is more expensive
Rv all odds, then, steel bodies seem
i -i - U .. Awft -all c ppl
wneeiS aiau nave ucuwmo -- - AoHcs in bp
welded one-piece steel wheel, such as the Ford wheel, needs to
"strengthened" by adding wood to it.
durable body made. That is our only reason for making them.
August 7th, 1933
-to us, but not to you.
Mo nnfl arsnies tnat an
strongest, safest, quietest, most
11(11 s I
al 1 1 act i i
a bin a i ions
'. 1 1 i r -
:':', nl . t .'le.
o t he fulled'
'.: W, : iumV
1 lepa i:tMleiil
ly jificed, t he I
s In sportss
do -'kid alid sued
in brown a ml Id
line in .ladies' An
KI' fitted for your fall suit ,,,,
'.Aiieust Mi or 1 v . from Stints
Si'haelTi.r, th,. well known litter,
.Mr. Morris Smith will be here- -Auuu
-I Id and 1 7.
, ' . -Km'
M KNS furnishiiin's in the host ri'in
bitiation of iu ility "style" and
; pi ice. - . Xationally advert ised
iiramls of. clothes ffoni Hart
.Srliaelfer ami ..Maix, and S'orrs
Schacirei. . Arrow ,dii its. iaamb
. - Knit, sweaters.' ." A 11 ' the. acces
sories. See Mr. l-'elmel.
I I.) IN; t he i.iuc i ai'h
X. II. A... we propose
' With Hie Pre .aietf,. t.
' . extent, U'e invite
i inon. i ae : all to
bp heeded iridividtiall
nut have slackers.
'. . -it.n-
U.IK Kin II, pa. I-'
you of the esi'ec.ialiv
in canning supplies
beinjr featured in in
window. Mr. lialk
I KADI: in ;the middle of
. The rus.h heine; jess,,..wc
ter .serve. This applio
. . iallly. tti iiur (iroeery am
departments, ' , .
'I r. i .viarKet )ersontH
.Messis. Hosatlook (head), Fie
.. (man- with the smile)., Kav and.
.Met 'i acken. : ...
- NEW. Store, hours should, be. re
riienibered. Weekdays, 8:00 until
!:'. Saturdays, 8:00 until '0:00
n'clock. ''" ...'.'
C DAY'S Sons
i cm i pals.
tine ' heads