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Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - November 18, 1928, Miami, Oklahoma TWO MIAMI OKLAHOMA HARVESTS BIGSEALCRuF fields Under Govern ment Restrictions Sam proved his ability as irfitr farmer this year by linrvest fg a million dollar crop of seals id at the fining time adding some to value of his Ihe the little Pubilof 300 miles west of the Alaskan mainland in the Bering is the summer home of the eWorlds largest seal The vai uable animals me protected and controlled by theUnited States and since when killing the high seas was prohibited by i omy the bureau of tishones has taken seals and marketed During the summer teils were killed and when the furs art tanned they will have an Value between and A cen EUS showed that the herd increased the last ntim beringf compaied wuh the lattei itmrt of the eighteenth be fore the start of pelagic tiie seals totaled slaughter had cut the number to Under government control only three yearold males are enough being leftto assure the herd s nor nlal This year three K yearolds were branded lor bietd ing The growth of the herd ad led 3nore than to the value the Pribilofs during the eai seals have an estimated value When this is sold the islands will Afeyielded the United States 3obut f in al iaimost two and a half times the pur chnse price of Paul and largest bf Uncle Sams four treasure is are the summer breeding grounds of the In the fall 11the animals leave for deep sea southern to return in the late Model Weds Rich Young Englishman of Miss Betty McCor former cloak were surprised today by an announce ment that she had married John Robert wellto young while his a London was fee to the United announcement came from tys who said the cerenony took place 2 before a New Jersey justice of the neace and was followed by a re 1 jjgfous She said they are living in New York LawsonJohnsons ir New York upon reading an in newspapers of K4H sons intended He Cfpled his son for an McCormick said he has been tied of the 26 years is t in England as an allaround pBvino1 rugl7 and ITet His favorite hobby is or racing and he has taken in several His uncle Sir iGeorge tea Thanksgiving gervteetoBeffeld church wiU bf jn Miami at 9 oclock Thanga njr mornins at the Piesbytenan according to an Jlient Several chuicics fc to participate in the The pastor of the Friends will deliver the The complete program be announced HOME AS J KOK NKW ftAi I Lb OP tiie lamous mo tionpicture believes that reality is the basis of the greatest drama and in consequence has cnosen for the theme of ills latest picture a story thai mignt nave had i s setting in anj town or uU in Amenca His new Uiii i i luitled ihe battle of iht tLXf9fT and tells u siory as um versa i in its appeal and tion as u page trom Htti dy or ShaKestJearcj according to advance Jean hersN Jhjilis Belie Aivnrado and Saily ONeil play tiie leading tharly in his career Griffithpro duced a piCkUie sinulaiiy motivat ed and the popularity it enjoyed was Griffith was convinced that with the proper la anj the ct hu man Lemg cuino wan maini Ld and tsuuh u Uu n uooument HoUiS duvoted to reseaich and fading till he fell upon the story of Battle oi Audicnecs Wihcuovet picture been ed dy tSift of ithe ciompijcfetions arisingout jof a State that iwas a fond husband that too The Unitfid Artist cinema version of this coming to the Olo ry iBtiheator today and A specially prepared sound iuc companinKait will be a feature of the presentation of The battle of theSexes at the Gloty fi The musical score and sound si feots Jiugo celebrated composer and founwly milieu direc tor for the Kialto and Rivoli theaters in New York are or will be given by tha Riesenfeld orchestra through the medium thu new sound ducing installed for the benefit of Miami Perfect ii between action ami isiiBchieyed the entiiie MACEDONIAN BRIDES Serbian Wives ate hoto bought on the installment or hirepurchase in i The preponderance of tnalee ha attached u high value to thegicS 01 this former Turkish Payment is made on the i 25 pi i cent till thj clay on ttie Uay t of the anJ tha remainder in etjuai annuiil spiean over a number are reported where poor I laborers have become bandits in oruer to get the cash necessary to buy a Unce they would throw away their shooting 1 outlit and resume their pfcacelul I fiiuny peasants have in tnis way lost tneir the police i orus The gendarmerie has made a task of cleaning the whole i counti v of Landitfi and the i of tho killed during oncinintms with the rune1 into j j Ihe peasantof I nil his lifein order to To be single jri isa fessiort ot onesinability to win a Vvomans and Uie nere makes of to court a make her he bridegroom pays the j family of the giif a certainmint nmount varies betwgaft M to 400 Turkish ing to the ajtions and weight of jne in the time oiftiie mar riage was concluded in limes tire now hard for Macedonia wharp i the drought of yearshas I blighted and added tothe geneiai impoverishment of the Itie depreciation of the dinar ami other adverse economic inctors have resulted in a glut in the market of Easy ments are therefore stead of strict which formerly the timehonored These marriages are always and although monogamy the law of Yugoslavia an exception U made in favor of the subjects of the triune go iiuuutffi a form of marriage in order that the union should in the eyes of the legally onnirrrtaT and the ffiEegistrationJor Jiith of Frank jKraybill as scojrt in Order to carry on the ftxvk of highly ftsfkstettt ftSBiatttftt in Activities i Eddie signal work OfJaym Oldest London Firm Made liberty Bell ancient cas LiBerty Bfelpwas de puted to be the oldest business in London The property of Hears and it was originally established in 1670 at Essex whence it was re moved to its present site in the Whitechapel Road during A bell cast at thia foundry in for the English village of Slaplehurst back to the firm for repair 300 years later Big huge bell that tolls the hours in the clock tower sur mounting the British houses of came from foun as did also York Minuters Great Peter and Lincoln cathe dials Great SYNTHETIC LIQUORS ARE WIDELY LSEU iN LONDON British government has taxed whisky and other liquors so high ly that poorer classes aie drinking methylated spirits despite the in creasing number of deaths and cases oH It costs about for a bottle of whisky in England and of this about is governmental On the other hand a substantial Amount of methylated spirits can be for about 12 cents That much will cause Many addicts have be come insane and the British press fe beginning to throw the spotlight of publicity on the White Horse of Wantage is 374 feet Cut in the chalk It is eaid to commemorate Alfreds victory over the in the reign of his Ethelred the following Troop A C tC Myers and with Jesse Harmon as scout tRbe id the charter Eloyd Henry Jack Jlred JHoward Kiethleyj Bon Milo Milton Orion Jim Bob Lu Willard Arthur According to CJisiirman Gainesvthis troop willbe given a camp site within easy hik ing of Richer and the scouts will be encouraged to ini prove the site with Adirondack j leantos and other overnight Camp Games has i slsv set aside a large building at i the Premier Mine as troop heatf where weekly troop meet ings are to be held each Friday at Scoutmaster Combs of Richer 12 rcoors the donation of from scout treasurer of which is a part of the proceeds from a Halloween party sponsored by scout parents and friends of This money has been used for the purchase of additional equipment forthe Boy Scout Drum and Buprle which now numbers 16 drums ani 10 Scoutmaster Glen Picher reports activity in this during last two Three new mem bers were received last Friday A nature bike is planned for Sunday Ralph chairman of the old Troop 1 of now known as 41 of the reports the twelfth reregistration of this troop with Benjamin Ralston and Hampton additional committee members Arthur Shamblin as scoutmaster and Caryll Pickarill as assistant and the following 12 reregister ing Aaron Warren George Har vey Jimmy Rob ert Paul Clarence Harlcy Albert Charles and new scouts coming into the troop James James John Warren Woodrow Troop Chairman Dobkins of Welch SO repiris the reregr istration this with j Charles Newmap on troop Scoutmaster William Mills and Assistant Scoutmaster Wilkerson have registered 14 the following 11 being old ones Craig Eugene Harold Ivan Aaher Loycl Dan Lesie Clarence Gor den Robert and Willard Leo Garret coming in as new scouts and Dan Hijl transferring from Troop 18 Scoutmaster Strang 25 reports a new Ar thur also increased in the For the sixth consecutive Miami Troop 22 has reregistei ed and Chairman R Tuthill re I ports Troop Committeemen S IXHZHXHXHXHXHXHZHXHXHXHX Radio at Its Best Thats returned to MwnU and in now couiifit the Huffniaiiw Music He iu now uady 4p pianu xepulriuii mill Phone I Phone 517 Miami f Have thoseChristmas phptos made Only small depqsit anji we them for you until Special price during November Youngerte Stwdio Resident Phone 926W Phone 114 WHY THEY ACT 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