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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania                                 Railroad Rate Reveals Growth Of Rice Crop  ThotKjuiils of \cres In < alitorfiiii II<‘* jjanled As Worthless Now I><-%ote<l To Industry  Uy RMS M. M \ HI IN  International Nawr, Service Staff Correspondent  SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.  (Graphically is tho r - : e oi a now in dustry told in the Otncrwiso dry and ! nintcrcsting testimony of .1 railioad lain cast 1  brfo.t* th** Stale Railroad  Commission.  It is the romantic growth of the ric<* raising industry mi California which has put to work thousands ot a, r«'s of land hitherto valutdes^ and which brought to th* 1  State i retain la.4 year of $21."Oe.OOO. ranking it among the State'.'* great erops The testimony was taken in p * ee. dings brought by rice millers and growers in an effort to s *cure tin same rates for rice enjoyed by othm grains. The case resumed in the commission establishing a rat* 101    *  12a per cent greater tiian that in effect for grain, which was inetfeet a 2-'* per cent reduction in rales for the rice men.  Ro\iewing the evitlemv tak* the numerous hearings connect d with the rice cases th*' commissi*' declared that “the rice growing ter rit(*ry in the State of ('Mliior’tiy ma> be described genera Ui as t tie .'Hire mento Valley beginning at i point a short distance north and w* st of Sacramento and extending .m t* s -north as Gerber, a smell section near Redding and also in the San Poaqum Valley in the vicinity of Dos  ,>all ' s ; Madera* San Joaquin and Famosa Rice I'ntn Hcai In the Sacramento Vail* y in '* -there were planted in Pice i.F* acres and in 1915, 15.000 u -res. m 1910 the rice acres totalled -d ,,M  acres. There were in 1920 in the State 175.000 acres planted to rme. The acreage in 1919 was R**-and in 191k 145.000. These acres, the transcript says, produced an a* erage of 3,000 pounds of rice per . acre, the vield in 1919 amounting to 3,500,000 bags, approximately leo  pounds a bag.  <'ornparfHl To (»rain  One of the witnesses testified at a hearine that there ar* ow about o ooo 000 acres of gram planted in California of which 1.un0.no * a* ;*" are in the Sacramento \ahe>. nn vield of wheat per acre in Cain* mm  : t was declared, is about 10 sae.^s or about 1.400 pounds. The »..ml* *' >    ■  about 20 sacks, or 2,00o pounds, a* compared with 35 sacks^of r; *• p*» acre weighing about 5,a<*<> pout ds As to the relative value of t n* commodities the testimony of 'he ex pert witnesses was to th* efte. r Mia* •‘the value of wheat rose from  tili  cents P 0 1* 100 P* >U H(1    s    i II    1 s .* i    1 * >    .... *  neighborhood < f ^    in    '* ’ *    w    no-  rice ranged in price in 19 1.» and *  4 -10 from $ 1 5(* u> * . * ■ p'U and in 1919 a- high as •> i pounds.”  • R is thus ♦st.ahlish* d, -ays f •• Railroad Comniiissioner’s opinion^ tla* matter, “tjiat rb'*~ m mva iveiy of higher j valu    -    than gm  til t ’ho ;create r.    ?he    '  Valley of rit'** jo S rai!  '  r  * . However, wje also have t *• condition tha t  the! dee m*lns?r> -    *••■  stantlv increasing tv m.m: at the same, tijme it not expect.*.* to over reach Ithe volume o. gruii. Rice may be produced on ian m was therefore of n*> P ra 't '  l -  ,,!i  UO for any other pnrpo.*»*  Girls In Vienna  Learning T o Sew  R**«1 Gross Start" Campaign In th« School- To Teach Potnc'b'  Arts  >f \-u  < I Tt terna tl- n-d '** ' i, 7'  VIENNA, dan 2 v  v.* vears t lie school gi1:s hose education previmi.-O » ; rmsehold arts was one *•:    j    -o-.    ’  roudest possessions, have been reiv without trait»mg in t  ,     t    k .    *    t    ♦    h    f    *    *  al v. oman s  f,, i » * pm*    *    •  *ute shor’age of food thrpugnont  ~ v     a.lit    with  T h*    eager IC4 *‘])t  Min    !%    a IOI    \    .    .    ' ... ... . , .    ,,  . f    y  f  11    vv h f* 11    11    J ft    «1 V «i I * -ct * f *    ■ * *  *    v    condition Iti which    i" could     f *<  ,’i (((»king had become almost a r* .:s far as thi*- '• »»UK '  >,. .(.to-erned With cloth, wool and am almost unobtainable man> gU ave beeil turned out into th«* woild -ake their places as the .’ut*-  MUSewiVeK of »    '    ’  1   * ;  ■ knowledg*- of knit* lug or s**v  t he  rii  *m  The ignora nee ni ♦ s t i * ' arts  enly felt, as  tS , useie-s as    in    The  ,n of the country - keen* ’  UH—the feeding and Clothing of Hi* or and ne*dy. To rem-d:. thu nation an educational eampaign  H  ¡,f^n s*arie*l among the bool  r lB of Vienna to restore com pet «*11 e*-* i.eglecte'i aPH f{4**I Cra-H IHr*‘* t‘ It The campaign van it;d**rtaken ■ e aut ho ri t ies at tie* sugg* st ion » f ,* American Red Gross ’•* hi**h in its lief work In the city found that »he  r ]g v.ere a burden on tie* commuti-without being abb- t*» make what :gbt 'be t hei t most m * fui * ontribu , . to the general need T*» eri*'*» .r {hi undertaking    th«*    orca ni/a  ,,n donated to the schools of Vienna sufficient supply of wool a !J|I Cl*  ,i yarn to    enable    every    gir!  j , j. r. i 11 i    g a u <1 -Wing    w i t h    11 *  ^j-rstand.ng tra» all «*’♦ icie* pio *<ed a r<* to be Out ribii»* d atf.ony  m osi needy fa mill* s for use dur  iV  the cornine winter In this wav »tie Red ( ross » xp*< r nrrease its Huj>pl* Of warm gar  jWlt . for the City s poor and at the  inH  time render .» valuable servir* >W4trd the    makirg    *t tu*  ust ria n home  M \ HK I    hl<    l‘ì\    H    IRS.   a mb F St a It/. .    .    I“  [eb*It Halb    »    a    r    <»  ,. t  w R« ( (l . tA’as! i r;g* otr. 1 a < orgia M Miller . V> nah ine ton, Fa  Turkey is the only count, y in im  >P 0 Where there are nO v.mmar u ffrag*- MbOclatioLs  NIAV (.AS 11.1- IMI*. WS, IKIDA», J AMI 'AKl 28, 11*21  ! i l.¡ Vi N  i    --    -    —'*  What’s The Catch?  Why Such Remarkable, I nusual,  I ndercost Rrices?  Asks Mr. Suspicious,  There isn't any catch to it. It isn't just a “bait" there is no hidden hook.  It’s a> open as a harn door; as broad as the road.  It's a perfectly legitimate plan for which we owe no apology except to the profit and hiss account  Why The Sugar Plums?  J  Because these are unusual times «h Ji renter* uimi u i. rr *  bring prices Baek-to-Noimal  il - 1 '    '     11     "    ‘    .,,    ,    ,  motto is (Juick Turnovers Big Bustne - an*. *■*•“•  \Cc take it for granted that you tn.A be .n ne< i : tu- use:, this store has to sell and it is only natural that we a.,    •*    .. .  know It matters not where you buy that merM at > I *    ■ >  donee that the goods at d prices ate ngn:    w    ..a.    v*    ...    e    *» ■ •  ;   nioitev s w * et h I" v u can cy '     1     _    .    . . . i,  take it, ot course T xa  How To Get Sugar Plums!  ( )  .i  J  Sale of All-Wool Blankets  All-Wool Blankets comprise th s se'duu a:    •>'  price you expect to pay for a cotton blank *  ,  ( . ;! , A iV  * superior to any offered in years u\at     v Ia     ‘    .....  to choose not one hut several pairs.  $>.95 ^ hite W ool Blankets < 1.9S Pair  TOxBO White Woi.l Blank ets with colored horde:-  $7.95 (ìrev Wool Blanket <L9 H  Pair  * *    -    .    *    v    t    !    l-i    I    %    o  I w * x - I,’ rc\ ti l    *    I    »    à    4    .  Neatly hound w th mohair bmdm^.  B     Sugar    &*})  . ......  !   Ry p  s  t  M i » \ t          f » T  L v, ^      •    ■ 4 » J  j  V /      Men s Work      Shirts 35c      * %  f  \ \  1  I TltTA-F.t'K         Satisfactory Suits for Boys  at Deep Cut Pr ices  $12.98 Suits--  $ 8.66  $14 98    Suifs-     1   00  -16.50 suits-- non  $11.00  819 98    'iii's--    «3/ j.32  Women’s 69c Union Suits 39c  Womens kn-.t Fnmn Su;*  i 1  mer  h t w e :  Verv spec a  a v . »  ♦e  Mi gar  lum  Men’s $1.98 to $3.00 Dress Shirts  $1.00 f  Bovt’ » p to SI.50  Blouse*' 69c  Corsets V2 Off Original Price  Choice of anv -t\ b. * ■ make with e\erv >** w<nth *  L    I    ♦    .  merchandise purcnasLU morrow  New Spring Hats  $1.69  Sailor Hac with gros *^rain ribbon hand. Good looking straws in black, navy and brown.  Nove'ty Strap Purses 94c  Novelty Strap Purses very suitable for shop piiig purposes  ( jood var-iety of new colors.  Chocolate Cherries 74c ib. box  I i¡gh-giade f chocolate Cherries Pure and deli cious. I hick chocolati coating. I >ouble hand dipped.  I    Shirt    >jMviaI    \r*    N«»i  With 1 he Sugar Hum  Table O Cloih 4 vds. for 50c  !év f *  Pint 12' • S o/ ti 0/. t ()/ Id 1 1 So/  t > < ) / 3 oz. Ann  Spanish Queen Oiives  |.u (^ueen ' )heC' oz Bottle *,*iaen ( >b'< Bottle (,*ne-ell * (lives Bottle (.»uecil (>1 iv* Botth *,*ih eii Ohvi  0/  Bottle Mulled * )liv. Bottle Stuffed * )hves Bottle Stuffed (Hive Bottle Stuffed (»lives I ’ui e Impot ted * >liv e *  c.  New ucorget p  D 1    C ^ ü C  ì> IO U 5 f S JJ.ro  il** »ia  Can and (ilass Specials  30c 29c 21c 15c 2 1  *c 12c :tuc  22c  I 1c  )il  Sugar  Mum  \\  I am ' W H t» 11 *mhi ^ an!  s  *>i'  20c  Soap Specials  Bowers’ White Naptha Soap White With No More, 10 for *>•►<■ I ellow Bub No More, 10 for tkw  Pure Cane Granulated Sugar 10 lb. for 10c  With every    worth  merchandise purchased to morrow  K  >  \  \  I  I  I  I  *  >  ■2  t  I  t  b  i  I  >  3  3  A  I  I  I  3  1  !  I  *  *  hitc ub i> 1P io ’  h  3 iv xi  H > .if  VUk!th>   

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