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THE COIJimA'ENlNgMISSOURiaNMQND'AYOVEMBER 32. 19201.?: 'ZX
What: 'Makes a MaldTfigjMad? '
uiten me urowa Aliasing nim
Most' of. uV Recent 0n Are
f , ' , Furnaces.
TOTADFIRES YEAR LARGE
tfC ,, City-Department. Urges More
V' Tiinrniirrli" V-clrol. fi.
of -Heating Plants by
Mad Jus- nu,l JS' Kill n'm'
' Such are ihe esprcsions uf an eicilrd
ami club-armed crowd in pursuit of a
delirious doj. The-ilog may or may not
Ik mad, but it once suspected, he if un-
t mercifully lilleJ by the mok
' According to Drv iL I. Ratcnfl, pro-
lessor of bacteriology And preventive
mrilieine in the Unirerfiry, a-ilog itli
rabies, or hydrophobia, as it is common
ly coiled, is simply delirious. It vili
run along ready to bite anything in its
path, but i!l not go out of its way to
Doctor RaitneTbeliOfs in protecting
any animal that is being mistreated and.
i IWiUn.A, ..hi ... I i.,. I serfs tlat Jq many ca-es it is the crud
caused the rnaiorl.r of" fi ! C.olun.b.a I 'I"' mad " "" the && dog.
-ince September' 1. according- to the rrc-' "J
d bookJat Uia. lire department, bit.
" teen c( the twenty-eight alirm reccired
Iy the lire department during the Iat
two months rre calls from fires caused
irioit do- is dangerous and sliouht
be disponed vf. Ire believo', but yelling
au chafing it .only maVes the animal
more delirmos, and' tlieicfore more dan
for ithout it neilber rabies nor any
other disease can be lep' from 'Prcad.
Although irabica is a. dreaded and fatal
disease, there is really no cause for great
alarm irhen yon are bitten iy a mad
dog, for, according u Doctor 'Kacnd,
the Pasteur treatment is a most effective
preventive. A more comforting frt is
tliat only 16 per cent of persons are sus
ceptible to the .disease. 'At least 1 per
cent are favored ill a natural immun
Doctor navcnel .in lii lectures in pro
yent'ne jncdicino ridicules tlic ohl vicll
knonn madctone. If sucli.a tri-almnit
, , r , , . i
!,..,, . . , lis uscu, me eipo'tca pejrsonTnay uetiiopi
hde he does not say so. stron'Iy tus-J .. - . , . .... . .... .," '
I . .1 . ' -. .i nraDi
by defective flues or overheated furnace.
In most .'eases ' of defective flues, the
tldnjle root of the building became ig
nited, from burning' soot. The damages
a a rule-have1 bera slight, averaging
Iron the loss of a few shingles to the dc
niucliou.of.lhe entire roof and resulting
- -.--v. v w t.'w- 'aase
Accotdin" to'a local iniurancc agent, 'jnirti
most-of -the fires arc due to carcks.-!yj "Of course rahirs is increaMiig,' lie
inn ucJlling puuts and neglect on Uie,Mi,l, -amI w,y iJiouldn't it? Our quar
antine Iavs favor Mich an increase. Alut
lies, and .then is too late to use llie
Tateur treatment. . ,
x 'Kabies is poiliccly incurable, accord
ing to Doctor lbvrnel, but.lh,e Kastcur.
treatment, Jie savs. if given in time mi
almost invariably forestall tlic disease.
fortunately llie perioI rom tlic time
The Huntsxille basketball team de
feitetl the Centralia PantWrs on thp
Centralia High School court Friday afternoon.
' Quirk action on the part of Miss
Amanda Neal prevented her robbery 'Visl
Thursday night when she fvvas returning
liome from the tdeplKe-opcc. The man
ficd when Miss Neal attempted to. draw
TUe body of Miss.. .Martha Shock gr'
rived in Centralia Friday afternoon from
St. Louis. The- funeral services were
held at the iwmn of iter, nareaiU at 2130
oVloct Saturday, afternoon. - ,
The work, started several days ago; "has
been delayed by cold weather.
Mr. arulMrs. E. R McDonald erc in
Hallsvillc Fridap . .
Mrs. J. J. Anstene .as in Centralia
EDwnrth .Learne la Condactinr a
The Interaediate" Ephbrthj teagne" of
Broadway Metbodist Churcli. which is'
composed of a5Metlwb"st I students of
(VfifmiiTi Iti'.ir'SrfuJol.amtlUc TJniv-crs-
Mr; amlMk J.lfulcn of MAmA IUgt;Scli.confucfg-i metaber.
were in HallsvUle Friday.
nceil, is a nalivnal tjuarantine law.
part of ' the owners.
-The number of fire in Columbia re
sulting from tilts cause have greatly in
creased in the last month since it lias be
comcneccssary to use furnaces continual
.ly," he said.. "Flues shou.d be cleaned
out regularly and the furnace should be
overhauled and tlioroughly inspected at
least twice a year. There are thousands
of small but important parts' and pipes
in the healing apparatus Hhicb ran ho
come disarranged or worn .out and only
a uiuncu cjo can ucirci iiirc acicci.
'Dut of the eighty-nine fins in Cbluro-'
bia last ')Tar. thirtyne were caused by -burning;
soot -falling .on a shingle rooC f
As many fires occurred during the' first i
eitlit-montr.f of 193) as occurred during
the entire year of 1919. Since November.
11, Columbia has averaged one fire a (Mexico's newest bid for an increased in.
day, the- total loss amounting to nearly j temalional commerce, represented by the
II.O00.- (creation bf "free zones' on both tlie east
The' Nurses Home lias 'burned twice iaml e!t coasts. lias just become a law.
this fall with just a month intervening. !1nu. ""vement, ..sponsored by Secretary
Aeiording to Dr. D, F. Ijjclty. stale I when a person is bitlcnl to the time when
veterinarian, rrports coming. Into Ids of.the dbcae begins is long, and ihis allovis
Ecr slmw an unusual outbreak of rallies sufficient lime for giving the preventive
in tlie slate, in commenting um this! treatment. -The pcxj.id of incubation," in
rrpori. Jiciur liavcncl. said that al- man is uuaii) lurty nays, jiie irigiira(
llionfh he- liad for several wars U-cn pasteur trealmrnt takes Iwenty-anc davs
predicting an increase in "rabies tlie di- l! adniiuiJcr. Although there are shtfit-
lud not as (t advancot alarm-, cr treatment', ll.c longest one, may be
S ? '! viif-n a rL- nTlr n nmnn t. litll.tt
and tliat leave him an average of twelve
da), to wait before the diseao would
ordinarily have developed. Doctor Kavc
nel pointed out.
Mrs. W. 0. Uairr'vrneriainedv. num.
bet of friends at a 6 o'clock dinrfcr
Wednesday evening. '
Miss Kalhnn .Stamper is- -now em-
plo)Td as stenographer by the- Afllcis.
Jrnrungs Lumber Company.. ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Lyons entertain
ed a number of friends Wednesday crcn-
George Thomson, county treasurer,
has returned from Kansas Gty.
Mrs. '., SL. Tipton, ,20$ Price Avenue,
left Saturday for Auxvassa to visit her
aunt, Mrs. V. v. Martin.
Mrs. IK-iHartwell who basJieen vis
iting her brother, J.. ,C Hickman. SOj
l-riec avenue, returned io her bone n.
Fulton Saturday morningl
Mr. and. Mrs. II. W.llulett left Satur
day for I-os Angeles to spend the winter.
On the way to Los, Angeles they will
visit their son, Hatton Ilullclt, in Manhat
PIMCE OF EGGS CLIMBING
Irs. Paul. Uailcv.sncnl tile week-end
"with rclalivca in-Mexico.
V, O. liAcr has returned
business I rip in Chicago.
FREE ZONES IN
To Increase International Com-
nierce East and" Jest
Coasts Open. .
iiv. li.it.rii II. Ti,i!hi
Wnitc'd Prcu Stall Corrtinoitdent.
Mexico City, Nov. 18. (by naiL
KtIaliiTS-andir.inids gatlierrd at tlie
home of 'M. McGraw Iai Friilay to help
him celebrate, ,liisr eigiity-siijli birthdiy.
Mr. ami Mrs. John ic,Mv.Mr. and Mrs.
Kd Wilson and many of Jlr, JltCravr'js
irciaiivrs were prcsenu . .
i been nude a free port berau it. loea
4rorr in (lie l.iin of ialilornia. nr tne i
northern state of Sonora, gives it a poi-1 1
lion of vantage with respdet to North ,
respdet to North . . " l
America and A'iaiic comn-rrc Cua5-I J. a Siotiisoi'j, rcturned.tKiras Gty
mas also is the southern teftaiuus of the 'after a visit with relatives. k '
Southern Pacific Hailway of Mexico,) .. i , , , u r
which would be expected to transport Dalid Chandler,. jistacc Heudrix, Uai
rawr.producls from northwestTTi Mexico, j nic Auslinr and Ilaliih Elkin' " went lo
developing Guayinas as a manufacturing
and exporting center.
The decree provides that the free ports
of Salina Cruz and Puerto Mexico, as
well as the Te'juantepcc Railway, be
placed, under tlie administration of a
single board of directors, to lie named
by tlie government.
The following people have becjr attend
ing the Missouri Stato Sunday School con
vention: Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hamilton.
Mrs. J. T. Hcndrlx and Mrs. J. C. Roberts.
O. F. Niclwls lias rclurned from a busi
ness trip in Huntsdale.
ARfS HAS POCKET -.NIPS"!
The roof burned both limes,, the total,0' ," Treasury Alrarado and enacted) , . . .. ....
ng to over $200.' Ac-" 'aw by a decree ovxr the signature! ,TT.- " -
cording to one of the firemen, tlie de
partment has been called four times in
the last 'year' lo put out a' fire al thc
Sncc the roof has. been reshinglr-l
with fireproof shingles we probably won't
be called-dot there so much anymore"
In September, two fires were caused
In the' opinion of the members of thc
of President De la Huerta. provides that
Cua)mas and Salina Crux, on the west
coast and Puerto Mexico, on the cast.
shall be converted into free" ports. -
According to its official backers,' tlie
Jiroiecl MIL stimulate .manufacturing
Ailhin Mexico, aY the saine time promot
ing the country's foreign trade. During
the discnsiorr of the. proposition, heavy
opposition was arnued. Alany of its op
ponents declared live idea was' impractical
fire fcr-arunent. a very small percentage an.u imW reprcsented.ttw desire ot cer-
iiu -uiciuujcui jcaun-f tu prvmoic iiicii
pnvatc interests. Itrgardlns of its mcr
ttnd.Uqw.r Houses I " Thrmdijr.
Using Smalt Bottleti.
Jlr. and Mrs. J. P. Quisenbcrr)' wire in
Columbia workmen are now nnltins! in
Pasb,-Nor; 22. It is so. distressing, i ihe" walks at' tlieMIalliville High School,
don't xoa know, to be caught in souit-1 . . . .
-j sitnauoo'Trrrerciyoa badlyi need a.
nviiscdarMpV-rne;cprraivd.l lite.- nearest as
driniingcafeMi, IvTs -InMprwiy-r'ii- f '.
I very dislresacg..-- .. J
of the fires are unavoidable, but most of
them,resnlt' directly or indirectly from
carelessness and neglect.
Th greatest loss by fire since Sep-
f tember 1 was sustained by T.S. ToTOfrjcomm1fce ' North " "' America.
ley, 23 Allen place, when die entire roof
of rus,lipuf .w-u-.tiBn-r-d, Willi the dam.
ages amounting to $1500
. i vt.s'. t. "..
Miss Martha Sae Woods left Saturday
for Moberjy. Mo lo visit the week-end
with her parents,
Qyde.Kins .left Saturday for Salisbury,
."Mo.lo pcnd the week-end.,
J. M.Whilten left Saturday for St. Jo
seph Jo spend the week-cid visiting
its. however, the project is interesting
because of it proposed relation to the
J.Tu Mufphy.lcft Saturday for Kansas'
City to visit- friend.
Miss sielcn.jvngcll visited incnds iiijtwln,-yf -,ni be admitted ficcof duty.
as well as Europe and Asia.
The central idea of the plan has been
directed toward utilizing the' narrow strip
of territory known as the Isthmus of. Te
huantepec, which is traversed through
tlie States of Vera Cruz and Oaxaca by
the Tehuantepcc Railway, with Salina
Cruz nd Puerto -Mexico as its termini.
-Mexican officials asrt that by convert
ing both of tltese cities into- free ports,
tlic isthmus can be made a center of for
ign trade in tfw Western Hemisphere,
second only to the Panama CanaL . Thus,
by the terms of tlie law, free zones will
be established surrounding llw ports.
customs formalities will he suspended.
and racrehandie which is in transit, or
which is lo be re-exported outside the
Mexico.darlng the wcck-en-L
X V -sjla-ro, went to Cliflvn Itil to,
spend the week-end with home folks- j;
It. -Fl wBeing w-ent to St. Louis, $ i "
spend. ihe. wetk-end.
Miss liac. Klauucr ami MJ II ith '
lvltiispent;jhe-w-eek-end in CkUlicothe,)
Jliss'Oliic Tagglc left Friday afternoon -for
Moberiy yitnd tlie weck-egd j .
Cuajmas, it is -winled outj jlso has
Keep Your Euginc Warm
Columbia 'Theatre, Monl Nov. 29
DiRECT-FROM THE SHUBERT THEATRE-KANSAS'CITY
lTl ' 'i . "
Pans hates visible distress.- 5rio ms
heretofore,' settlld tlie problem by pro- j
viding small bolllcj of every popidai J
brand, of liquor and wine on tb market. -These
bottles which are about the tizc '
of a small ink bottle, can be bought, at I
any wine. simp.
The bottles are made for gentlemeu'-t
vest, pockets, but they must be French
rests- Ther would deform aa American -in
his skin-tight gear. i
Apply Rothwell Gym. j
WE WALTON Hft
jHr ' tully lKiBL,.
F Presents .OV'sHBl
MlPJwie.'a ill .Genl-Ma' I " JM i
Blliiiiii inn i B
Columbia Records for
Avalon from Sinbad
OU Pal, Wliy Don't
Vou Answer ;Mc? (Jc.roim:)
Sweet Mamma (Papa's
I, Want. To .Know Where Tosti Went When He Said Good
Bye. Bert Williams
Get Up. Bcrl'Williante
;.The Japanei-c Sandman. Nora Bqyes
You're Just As Beautiful At' Sixty As You Were. At Sweet,
"Sixteen ' '
Dealers Claim Situation is
"Eigsere selling for 3. higher price
today than I ever knew them to sell for
before;' said J. P. Hcblcr this morning.
Egg-, are always higli before .Thanksgiv.
ing and Qiri'tmas but this' year the
price ranges from 73 lo 83 cents a dozen.
v. B. Novell .says it is very hard to
git country eggs now and that most of
the eggs on tlic .market are storage eggs.
"Eggs are the only product J know of
that is tgoing up. now," he said.
J. D. Yanllorn said tliat last Christ
mas, when eggs sold for S3 cents a dozen,
they were lugher than" lie had ever sold
Alcohol for your Radiator.
ship drive arSui'hiMXseliool 'students.
Tliere are man- llianJljiOMetliodist stu
dents in the i hf-dTJchoolE- "jSpccial pro
grams ,5-re bdap.'given-Tit ,'the Sunday
evenings rnee'tirgsof tliLeague daring
me , drive. A;enr----,'i;-i.'Kj? ""-i"
will be hel'd'af iKe close.'of'the-campaign.
V. M.' C. Av Emplojnjen'l .Bureau
Could Place" More Men.
Calls for student help - were pouring
into the Y. M.7C- A. .employment bur.
can jSaturday morning. More than
cignly-s'udenta were offered from thirty,
five to forty cents' an hour for cleaning
bouses and yards. Only fifteen students
were available and these soon were plac
cd. A call for fifteen student to work at
Rothwell Gymnasium found only two
students. A call for two typists, to work
all day aL the .College of Agriculture
could not be filled. One man sent, in
a calj for fifty students and hardly onc
cau. Accordingto, Mr.- O'Hccron. there
are .many students who are .willing to
tentU.uf these could be prucared.
- . -1- ' .
In the" absence of II. C IVpper, a-
plo j ment, Secretary, who left this moriH
ing for Wyeonda on a week-end risitf
J. K. 01IecroDr .general secretary, has
been in charge of ihe employment bur
wort The trouble with most of them
is that liiey don't, show, up at- the, time ;
the calIs"for w:ort comeln. Mr. O'lfecr
Two years' leaching'in
Normal. Dcpartnient of'
New Englaud ,Coasena
tory, Boston) 'SIas3.
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witkFlorcnce Rockwell and Singing Hawaiian's
SEATS SATURDAY 9 A. SL PRICES. S2:20. S1.65. $1.10.
SPECIALLY ORDERED FOR YOU
CALL IN AT YOUR .EARUEST,CONVENIENCE,
" - TO BE FITTED
SAPP BROS -,..-..
At tlie-big Tiger-Jayhawker ganie
Whether you have a 1kx or bleacher
pat you will want one of our warm,
good-looking wool" bleacher- and
In pretty plaids and MIid colors
they insure luxurious comfort and
real protection from the chilly
breezes.- In a size of 60 by 80
inches, tome plain and others fring
ed and all reversible they arc priced
modestly from 85 to $10.95.
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We Are Sorry'
We can not invite
everyone to our
-tv" ,f,".""t'--M,?w:r7!iia;ca4 i
ieave their.' names WuhithettatjiovE-iil
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' ALL FIRST CLASS BARBER'SJIOPS-HA
AGREED TO STAY0"PEN TILL' 11 P; mVoN'
WEDNESDAY. ' t '
1 ' ALL SHOPS WItL 'CLOSE 'AT-11-A. IJL ON
THURSDAY AND WILL" REMAIN CLOSEtK
THROUGHOUT THE DAY"! '
' . -$'' t' " 1
Mn 1 1 iplylng
mem Mile :
sssi vw ssssB. -sp- r- -m -pj vpr( -j
fTHE number of rriStdr'rritles ' tri.'
I bv the averaec, Alricricah hai .'
" increasing steadify, for a rbicrkk-j
During 1921 this mileage again will 'be'
vastly increased. s J
It is estimated that 10 roillibn mtdmb1r&f
and trucks'will be in bpirafibn' by; tHeeld'S;
of 1921. The emate6rrt20iirJ2lOj
chinerx is in the 10 Middle WeXefrj rreriM-eji 15,
theSandara Oil Compiny (Ind),abtht"lrsiJi,
nrohlem ennfrnnrino- "this comoknV ft to ' keil ' SI .
patrons, supplied with all the tasoli'and liArit-mSfT
n. .i .i -. '
ThSnd-rd Oil CfOTpMy,(Indi-Tr).iacknowCf5ati.
to oe tne larieu inomnuai prooitcer.ot eMounev rsc 1
world, and its efficient system of dmribuuorV: mixh.k'l
possible for the remotest citizen iri" the 16 trttts iervsid fi
to cet hts requtreraents. of petrdfeam 'products with a
rninimum of effort and expense,''
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A ArtnfmA MsttliAJa out tATrn nsoMliMlM III ssUk
Standard Oil Company-(Indiana). lajtaiest?
from crude oi
The Company is smvine tqFsicrme ihr j.4-1 :
olLneT and every effort,' is commrHed to the icctJfli
plisbment of thfi result vvitbo; sacrifice of tjudftse
rMt-TiVv Tils ATinvv nf UmA' fwZZwiT2tliakJkUiti t
vhUivs - vfUViyHVj xa w .vivril Vluwuas
illustration 01 rvnat nas Dern.accompiitn.
The entire petroleum induitry is-woftfnVto
the. motor miles which shall .W .a'vaikM' 'durii
and.the-andard Utl V-onipari; UncMBa Hi
in this eaon. . 1 -. 1
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Prospectors are Keeking. to discover he.fiiltte.jrfcji';
already drilled " " , v'l -
Waste of oil m..traruportion. picilj lllHiratlW,?
and the Standard Oil Company It&uk) tteftrf&lr- fcj
rcfininc has vastly increased the. average reeoveft,'f
motor fuel from the cnide'ai-iaWrS " f .'-'a;
Theitandard Oil Company- (Inrlkni)ti,et5n
in every way with aiaombhife'irivsWV,tSe ABrfV .
cari motorist' to multipiy'mMor'mifes In mfa . Af '
Standard dil Gp'iit1ii
910'Stf. Michigan Atfet
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Every ounce of HP' Flour ia red Hm?4idt'il I
value and uniform in quality. ' V
,CrjuatV and our system of milluwaalMa iAaairviV ill 1
.fnnlnrt nf istta cmA-.T., ;fi.-. .fiL-v- 'L
. "HP Satisfaction" for sale by aUnieerS calFNfl
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