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THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS
The Durant nceklu Sctea Sarah Bernhardt.
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pioilnid in ri.'iii'i by an moiitan
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FRIDAY, .MARCH 1(1, IUT2
"7 ,". it iBKtteKnotiHtfnntiHasuH
v have kicn omc mnriied people " M :J
who Hitnid to In just a happy s! nvvirv CAT M
thn-c who haw I.. in divorewt ' Tllh Ot t ILL. LAI
Then i" always something the inn'
til'. It hii jn-1 hull di-cowred that
tht n ilw r iI.iIJhi- wui t tath.
1 hi y -a huh J
the in. in 'Aim n:i
in i hi up rw 1 '
o liu -lin(. ha-n'i
if it llil .lire is mini, tli.'in
time .inn Mill .mil till liltt she ml'1'" "
still Kninir I I iini:. She has no. - -- -
thought ill le'inng. no thought of be-1 'rll' '''' n'l""Hit! ' uti.ilili l
im iIikciI i.n u ilwlf i tmdi i-tiuid that in m i n ( ;il an in
new ii:aci: plan '
"Take the piofit out of war" i the
slogan adopted hy an international
association of machinists which it
working for universal peine.
The machinists have gone to the
root of the matter Ul it he un
derstood that there will he no more
profit in wars, and there will he no
In ancient times, kings went to war
against each other for private glory
or revenue, or for the acquisition of
territory, or for mere loot.
The principle in much the same
today, but the lust for gain is not
confined to the kings or rulers.
Leaders in every country see that
there is great profits to he made out
of war. and they are not opposed
If the machinists get their idea
adopted by the people of the world,
they will do more for universal peace
than nil the disarmament conferences
that could be held between now and
RAILROAD RATES AND WAGES
Railroad 'off icials say that the scale
of wages for rail employees, as fix
ed by the rail labor board, is much
higher than the wages being paid for
similar work in other lines of in
dustry. As a result, many railroads
are having much of their work done
by contract at substantial saving.
There is evidently something wrong
with the whole railroud situation.
The public is clamoring for a reduc
tion of both freight and passenger
rates, which, it is claimed, aie ham
As an illustration, not long ago a
man bought n thousand bushels of
corn in Iowa for IM tents a bushel
and shipped it to his f.uni in Otegon.
The freight i lunge was lit tents a
bushel. He got his ciirn laid down foi
70 cents a bushel, but the fanner
got only IM cents.
Railroad ihatges aie too high, or
else everybody else is mulct paid
Now the ratifuation of the I'.ui
fie treaties which lame fiom the
disarmament innfeieme, aie li fine
the Unitttl States senate We may
cxpeit a gnat deal of spceth making
Rut iinfoi Innately the disi iiv-mris
will be laigely of a polilK.il nntiiii'.
Some -,.iatois will heliew and sa
it is their diit to Mippoil the tiea
1 1114 ii, ill lii'iniirjtilt I, an i -
piminl pi i Mi.ilit. lint why
should other 1 1 ople if her age. or
own less fi( I dHiniii.igi.d when they
miIiU mpl.ite what he is doing'.'
It i" n fleshing to ir.'id of the
joiilhfiil vigor of lit I cimi old age.
OUT OI I.I'f'K
Mniij grown peopli do not fully
nalie tin ii itsponsihilities to the
joung A story now going the I oil mm
of the papeis illustrates the point
we ate trying to make.
A little gill iiskcd hei mother.
"If I grow up will I have a husband
"Yes. my dear." mother replied.
"And if I do not get married will
I he an old maid like Aunt Susan?"
"Yes," wns the reply.
The little girl thought for n min
ute, put her hands to her head, and
exclaimed. "Well, I am in a -fix."
Wc wonder if there are any little
girls in this town who have ever had
such thoughts ns this.
If iki have u L'louih, kei p it t'
.wan si. If, t an i.itc take the "ouih
out out ot it.
Some ptoph tan live t might ini
when they an mliitul to 'ti.iitcri il
t in unistuni !.,
Now that the lluli-h Hoops have
left liel.'itid. who is to prottet the
lush f i oni the Irish?
up with no
Germany seems to be successful in
outwitting the allies since the armis
tice was signed that she has just
made a substantial reduction in her
Under the new rate, the German
with an income of 1,000.000 marks
a year will pay income tax of 385.000
marks. The former rate was 551,000
Similar cuts have been made on nil
other big incomes down to 50.000
marks a year. Rut the mark is so
worthless that the 500,000 line lets
There are worse things for taxpay
er, apparently, than losing n war.
All this dtmand for women's
rights simply means that they are
setting out to tedress their wrongs.
The trouble with Mime men is that
they aie on the right track but head
id in the wrong direction
Now that the arms conference has
been demobilized, we must find some
thing else to worry about.
You have noticed, of course, that
lagrippe is not nearly so fatal as
when people call it Spanish influenza.
And speaking of these new rules
of warfare, who will be the umpire
to forfeit the gume if one side fouls?
You may fay what jou please, but
some of the happiest people in this
country do not own automobiles.
:: :: :: :: ::::::::::: k a a a
Hill Spiven- avs
' uli fill- like to play
.w'li doll" and mi do
Mini of then father-.
nd nu don't htar
unv ol the toal deal' r
i , ,i), n tla wi.'itin i, do vo i V
m i; ii NKimN
1 1 i v . ;ipi i lop
i. I el e ;.oll'll l!o
Vim then vmi li I
' 1 1 II git nil wet -'
ii t;., 'llppeiv slop
in iMtig up in a ' oh
tn't us li'id if gettini'
in.'il in th house.
WHAT IS V 1'l.AlTKlr.'
nifty little stride.
I ,vi s that open wide.
V . utc ' baby stare
I,, tta bobbed hair.
- That's her!
This old 'win Id would get along
In tter if dumb folks wouldn't do so
iiimh talking, gargles Rill Spivens.
"Ki ally," grasped the automobilist.
bending over his victim, "really I
didn't mean to hit you." "Aw go on."
icturned the fallen one beligerently.
"Whatcher got that bumper on for
if ou don't aim to go runnin' into
Exercise will kill germs, .says u
Durant physician, but he doesn't ex
pluin how we can make the germs
It is planned to have star flags,
similar to the service flags of the
war. put up in every home where no
liquor is consumed. News Item.
To mark the pace of a too dry race,
i .Now comes a orantl now emoienv
Sign in Denl-'on Stole '
Well who doesn't
('.insider the inn -its
it fiom going ton fin
- o -
One ivming a Mt fanner mi't
hi man kith a lantern ami nskid linn
when lie was going
( i.tiitm"' was the upl.v
"( oni tin" -aid th" fai met "with
ii I. .item I nevei tool a J.inUni
v ii im win 1 went i out tm"'
I '.o . rep'itd the man. "an' 1" n.
Willi V-'ll K" '
i n :: :: a :: a a a :t a
" 15 ii li
IM HE Kl UAI 1MIYMI
FRIDAY, MARCH 10. nl
How Uncle Sam Spends
Your Money in Conduct,
injj Your Business
Hy EDWARD G. LOWRY
Aothor "WafliiCKton doM-Upa " tirkiuj
t iiianctal Eyitcml." ! ConlnLuto- I ol &?l
and hronomlo Ar.ielM to Lrtimti Icriodinii
nil Wr ter or IUroffnized Ault-on t B Ub
National Government'! lloslneu Mcthodi
DID WE BUY "PKACE?"
A Washington dispatch says "the
United States bought peace from
.Inpan. the puce being the treaty as to
the I'acifii Islands."
Nobody likes to think of the United
States "hu.ving" peace fiom anybody
but no pi in- is too high to pay for
t'si aping war.
If the tieaty will really keep us
out of war. all light. The real ques
tion is. will it leally keep us out of he always paid hi
win? I kicked about them
Time alone can give the answei,
and all that we i an do now is to hope
foi the best.
An exchange cautions ex-service
men not to make plans for n vacation
this summer on the bonus money.f
Some of these chaps who poke fun, A star to place in the wondow's face
at flivvers couldn't build n wheel- As a mark of prohibition.
banow if their lives depended on it. ( Like the service star, it shines afar
r I To demonstrate our suff'ring!
By the way. does anybody know (
what has become of that Mr. Burle- The modern wife does not mind
son who used to be postmaster gen-1 having a canary around the house,
oral? but there is no welcome sign out for
' 'the stork.
Take caie of the dimes, and you J o
a a a a a :: a t: a a :: a a a a
Whoie now the winds of Manh aie'
blowing the gulden -ass will soon be
glowing. My muse shall sing man's
veaily in id for onion ets and spin
in h -'ceil, shall sing likewise that gay
deceiver which stimulates our garden
fewr. the subtle seedman's catalog
whose eliaims our better judgment
fog. Its pictured beets and peas and!
chard were never grown in my baeki
yard. My radishes are not so red, my
punkins'not so widely spread, my let
tuce refuse to head. The seedman is
an optimist and loces the brighter
side. I wist. He does not show in color
ed plate the wooly worms that lie in
wait. No dark-brown spots like mine
are seen on his prolific greenpodbeau.
And yet, for planting oil agog, I love
that yearly catalog. I hail with joy
each harmless fable and plant new
squashes for my table. For though my
cukes be bitter things my cabbage
full of woims, by jings, and all my
snap beans full of strings, still to my
heart the brown earth calls, and all
her summers springs nnd falls shall
find my legs in overalls; shall find
me spading loam and sand with sev
en blisters on my hand.
will be able to meet the -income tax THE NEW WIFE'S COMPLAINT
collector with a smile when he comes I shi sipped the amber fluid
Theie wa one virtue about old
John Bai lev corn, says an exchange.
tax and never
And tht n her head did shrike.
"This home brew, honej, is not as
A- fathei used to make."
lt's not dit fit ult to meet expen
ses these dav.s. In fact, you meet
pint medium siy njtheni evt lywheie. gaighs Bill Spiv
Congiess mills to take a new view
of the inimigi.it inn question, and that
i- that immigintioii into this country
is :i pi iv ih ge and not a light
The iiiiiiis of this .oiintiv have
IM i uht lo s.iv wlietlid lliev wane
ties beiause of tin paiu-iin l"'litn alu -,,. j-,,,,.,,,, ,s t ,nie into the sound- liki nibbing the
great Ameiican- statesman will die
this j ear, b'lt the aveiage congu -
man should not lose any s!tPp ni
It is ilninuil that tluee New V-k-eis
in the fur bu-iness have i ebbed
the government . f S2.000.onti. This
inwilvid. wlnli otliei- will ipn-i1
them fin the same ic.ison
What a pit.v it i that the tieaties
will not he touMiltml upon then
meuts, without leganl to p.ut.v lines.
What a pit.v it h that the senate is
not made up of slate nun iiistiad of
We do not s.iv lime an no states
men in the senate. But tht man does
not live who will say that all semi
tins, or even a huge nunibei of tliim
KEEP YOUK MONEY IN BANK
A bank m a neighboiing State
failed not long ago. The depositois
will get their monov. howowt. aftei
But if a man has motiev bin mil in
stolen, it is lost. He can never ie-
cover it. It is gone foi ever.
We frequently lead of laige sums
of money being stolen from the per
sons or homes of people who were
afraid to trust the banks, but it never
happens that the depositois lose all
their money wncn n oann iuhs,
Bank stockholders are liable to the
depositors for double the amount of
their holdings, nnd this is usually
more than enough to ptotett the de
positors. The man who keeps his money in
his pocket, or hidden in his home or
elsewhere, because he does not trust
the bunks, is very foolish.
loiinltv oi whither l lit y do not want .won- wnv.
In ptoph "I" anv pai'uul.'li mini-
tiv oi toiintiiis to (nine. , Anybody "l.novv what lias bccomi of
I'liblii -entinunt m tm- lo'.mtiv )r- i',nvoy Wibv. who Usui to
now is owiwlulminglv m fivor "f fuhten us into cornlption fit- o'er
iisiin'ion ot miniigiation and of (R, quality of th' fond ".e were eat-
conglt'ss noes mil iiiiiuer it-iim. ltlK
s not fuither ie-tiict.
it will he going i on-
tt.ti.v to public opinion.
The ovhnisct's pet lacing at lit
was tailed the Meteor. lie kept it at
the Kiel Yacht Club and ill earned of
vwiild power as it i nil led him on
The wat t hanged a lot of things.
It changed the name. Meteoi, to Half
Moon. It also changed the yacht's
owMcrshiii. Gordon Woodbuiy. of
New York, owns it now. and he has!
just stinted in the Half Moon lor a
cruise to the South Seas.
When William Ilohcnolleni
learned of this at the famous wood
pile m Holland, it is a safe bet that he
broke his snw.
Some men aie self-made, and
others married good women.
Ameucnnism, how many, sins are
tommitted in thy name?
I Now that i'lesulcm Hauling n.-is
i sin i ceding in -lltncing Gcoigi Hai-
vi y. theie aie a tuimlxT ot
nun in public life whom hi
.tuiioiintimi lit that the Aima-
niatis ale to move out of Tuiltv is
the best news that we have henid in
n long time. Now let the Tuiks move
out of Armenia and we mav have
Job 5: 17-21
Behold, happy i the man whom
God correcteth. therefore despise not
thou the chastening of the Almighty:
For he maketh sore, and bindeth
up; he wnundeth, and his hands make
lie shall deliver thee in six
troubles; yea. in seven there shall
no evil touch thee.
In famine he shall ledeem thee
from death; and in war from the
power of the sword.
Thou shalt be hid from the si out
age of the tongue; neither shall thou
be afraid of destruction when it
At destruction and famine thou
The ln-t tm," Jnmiy saw a farmlVTT' T 'nf ",?'
.. .. , .. ,, ., ... ,, ....lafiaid of the beasts of the eaith.
,iuu j.ium lie was itusiu 111 liiu tnj
-he -aw a veiv small uilt. "Where's;
hi l.crs." inqtthed .lohnn.v.
M'UE SHE WILL
( nine nto the g.ndtn. Maud.
And snk( 'he nimble hoof;
Come into tht ganlen. Maud.
For th- ganlen'- on the lonf.
Edit.,1 -one who-e business U is to PITTSBrKG COLNTY SHEIMri'
m S)I'i;.mhii i hum oi rit k
For thou shalt be in league with
the stores of the lit Id; and the beast
of the lield shall be .'it peace with
And thou .halt know that th tab
ein.'itle sh.'i'' be in pence; and thou!
shalt visit thy habitation, and shalt
not sin. i
eopyrtffhC Wlra Nawipiprr Union
SYSTEM IS ALL WRONG
The great cllllliulty that st.indj ,
the wa of discussing Unile bam u
an employer Is thut there Is i,o soi
person. The men who stand la tfo
relation of emplojer to lhclr subor&
nates are nothing nut eniplojet'suw
selves, and temporary ones ut thit.
witn a very neeting tenure ot onci
Cabinet officers and members of cm.
gress, to whom the rank and Hit
employees look for guidance for i
solution of their problems, are tlmjij
neeting ugures taut come ana go, 14
their own Interests to serve. Tta
testify freely enough as to condition
of government employment. Seutt
Carter Glass, recently secretary of tfc
treasury, for example:
"The largely multiplied business
the government cannot be condadti
with efficiency and economy nnlai
t there be attracted to and retained!.'
the public service a group ot hlgfy
trained, well-paid ana permanent otV
clals of supervisory grades. Uc
talnty of tenure In some Instance n
inadequacy of compensation btn
closed the public service to tunny tat
of the best type or forced them oottf
government employ at the moment t
their greatest usefulness.
"The war has Increased the pal
debt more than twenty-five fold i
has augmented the functions and l
tlvltles of the government In
ways. The duties ure gn uter and t
responsibilities uie larger than th
of other days, to the standard! i
which It is not to be expected tbi!
the government will ever return. He
conditions are such that failure to tin
the necessary notion to Invite isj
hold In the public service men of ex
ceptional ublllt.v mid of real clUto
tlon In their fields can result only hi
grave burdens to the tnxpavers of Oil
countrj untl In possible disaster
"Already the transaction of tti
business of the vov eminent li lu
peretl by dellclein ies of persnimel dm
to the return to pilwite life of raaEJ
men of large lapaclt.v who during tit
period of active waifaie were wllllll
and glad to serve their country it
greni personnl sneiillte. I h.ne cult
to learn that theie are hcnn- In tin
, I elvlJ establishments ns well ! In til
be I . .... .. ...... . i ,
iiiiuuir. -fimc's, st-ij-s.inui' us
I trlots who toll .vein liinnd vi.ir (n.tlot
A man can't be both busy and blue
If you feel blue, get busy.
If women do go to wearing knick
ers, there will be plenty of knockers.
It is bad luck for an automobile to
pick up a horseshoe on the road.
The Chilean cabinet got all hot up
the other day and resigned in a body.
"THK BEST PEOPLE."
A sentiment is being built up in
this country' that it is bad form to
drink intoxicating liimors, or to con
nive in nny way at the violation of
the piohibition laws. It has not
reached all sections yet. but it is
The idea is that the best people1 .. ,,pot)i have no time for idle
do not do that sort of thing. lheitalk
crowth of this idea will do a great I ' .
dcnl toward securing the enforcement! I( jq g0 cay t0 vec )low other peo-
i pie could economize.
A man is seldom as good as nis
of the liquor laws
The average man and woman
wants to be included in the ranks of
the "best people." We try to do the j ,fe thinks he ought to be,
tilings mat we believe tne best peo
ple do. and we avoid the things which
When it becomes indecent to drink
or unfaddunable, there will bo mighty
It is a dull week if some new sub
scription hat is not being carried
Knickerbockers will be fine for the
girls who smoke cigarctts.
It is better for the nations to scrap
their navies than to scrap each other.
A scientist says n clock runs fnster
at night. Well, a clock does seem to
be too fast in the mornings.
INCOME TAX FVCTS
To avoid penalty, intoiiu-ta jc-
tuins must be in the hands of col
lectors of internal levenue on or be
foie midnight, Maich in. lt21i
Every taxable ittuin must In ac
companied b a p.ivment of at least
one-fourth of the total tax due Ex
tensions of time for filing letums
are allowed only in exceptional i.tses,
illness, absent i. etc Applications for
extensions undei these citcunistanies
should be addu'ssed to the collector
of internal levenue fur the dictrict
in which the' tasp.ivi r lives No ex
tension beyond thiity day- win be
giautid by a tollettoi Reiuies' for
fuither extensions must be nihlit"--ed
to the Commissioner of Innrnal
Iievtnue, Washington, H C
Tor failuie to make a it! "i on
time the penalty is a fine of not
mole than i,4inii plu i pi cent
of the tax due.
For failuie to pay tax when tl .e or
for understatement of tht tax
thiough negligiiKe theie i a penal
ty of ." per cent of tht tax, phi- in
terest at 1 per cent a month until
paid For making a fal-e or fraudu
lent return the penalty is a fine of
not more than $10,01)0, or not exceed
ing one year's imprisonment, or both,
together with the cost of prosecution
and an additional assessment of 50
per cent of the amount of tax paid.
sepntatc the wheat fiom the
and then lint 'he t haff.
hit ly the houlh Herd. Ind. papeis
when a feller named Beers was
pinched tivei theie foi unlawful pos
session of lntnx'uating liquoi.
Thtic aie 111 Smith attending
Columbia Univcisity, not counting
Maty hud a little lamb,
That used to baa and chew,
Since Mary's dad ain't workin'
The lamb's winked Into stew.
Mnny aie chilled but few are froz
Bill Spiv ens says a girl thinks the
wisdom of Solomon was cheap stuff
compost d to the sayings of her first
GOOD MOBNING EVE
"A yard of silk, a yard of lace,
awisp of tulle, to give it grace; a
Flower placed where flowers go. The
skirt knee high the back waist low;
One shoulder strip, no sign of sleeve,
If she should cough good morn
Theie wih a young rounder named
Wlio made up a batch of home brew,
He took a wqe nip.
Just a moderate sip,
Funetal Tue-day at two.
That man who was overlooked in
the Anderson, Ind. jail for five years
has the satisfaction of hnovyng that
his lent was not iaied during that
Onc blow-out enjoyed by all- an
automobile club banquet.
Girls of Dixie drink less than in
the Nmth. say a Daughter of the
Sunny Southland, Is this nn npology
or a boast?
California grows more lemons than
any other state except the state of
Sheiiff William S. Sandeis of
Pitt-buig county was suspended from
office S'lturday by Distiict Judge
Il.'ini' Melton, pending the outcome
of ouster proceedings instituted
against the sheiiff. Tho chaigts
against Sanders include failure to
enfoice piohibitoiy laws, wilful mal-
ndministiatinn. habitual drunkene-s their services!
uuu uiuimuuuss in iuuiic places.
ii bare plttniuo when the v ii'ililcd
miiiid sal, ii ies double oi 'if $1
amoiiiils thev leio vi t)am u -oven-nient.
but who tm ihe low 'f ita
enniitn itid tor the low 'f tbei
woik have rejcweil illlir'i fffrsll
the tlelil i't private iiiteii.i Ttej
were too Hue mel too p i't t o lew
'Tinier the compelling f i ' ' of I
trlotlsm thev iii.n.e willlo. unfitd
duiln-' tht win. lull w.th In 'warf
pence the government ani srrt
to retain tlieee employees liiuuiitety
because In Justice in tlienis. i'-ail
their families they will sooner or la
accent the larger onnorttinltK s rtataii
open to them In the world oi liiMne3
and Industry unless the potercnetla
nrrtnnRPn In nnv them snlnrlt's tliatl!
least leasonnhlv annronch tlie valueofl
I'MTED STATES REFUSES
TO GO TO CONFERENCE
Tho American Government has de
clined Italy's invitation to partici
pate in the world economic conference
to be held at Genoa, Italy shortly.
The refusal is based upon this gov
ernment's declaration that the con
ference, instead of being primarily
an economic one is largely political
FELL OFF OF BOX CAR
Last week while L. L. Clark was
trying to set the brakes on top of a
box car into which he was loading
hogs for shipment, he lost his balance
and fell to the tracks, breaking his
light arm above the wrist, bruising
his light leg badly and sustaining
a pietty severe shaking up all over.
He was out and at his business again
as soon as his fracture had been
Tin!., nenmnt nptlnn he the COHeKi
to build up a permanent and dlgnlfle
civil service which will Include aa
of great ability and high atl ilnmena
enn nrevent mistakes and failures
thp trnnsnpttnn of the nuhlle I'llklne
the consequences of which may "
Ex-Representative Good, who
chairman of the appropriations co
mlttee of the house, Is equally traM.
HTrln .liinllxntlnn In the COtet
ment service abounds on every hu
For example, eight different lep"
mttnta nt tlia irAFarnmonl Tilth IvP
overhead organizations, are engal
In nmHnaaHriff trnplr In nnv iCUtlon,
ligation and drainage ; eleven differ
bureaus arc engaged In engine
research; twelve different organ
Uons are engaged In road
nA..iH i.ii.. ,AinA nith larp
Biruiuvu. wiiuc iiiwici " -t
overhead organizations, arc eni!
In hrHrnnllr rnnstrnpttnn and 3Xls
are engaged In surveying and a
ping. Sixteen different bureaus eW
else Jurisdiction over water-rcwer
valnnmont Vino rtMTpront OrSat"
tlons are collecting Information on
consumption of coal. Porty-tviooUa!
BONDS BRING A PREMIUM
Monday Dallas County Texas sold nt organizations, with overlifad
$1,700,000 worth of county road' panses, are dealing with Uie qoe
bond nt 103 and accrued interest.
The issue sold n few months ng only
hi ought 07. The premium paid for
these bonds nnd the general tendency
to pay premiums for other munici
pal bonds indicates a better bond mar
ket and better economic conditions
over the country.
of nuhlle health.
"The Treasury department, ,h'5
department, the Interior dtparWJ"
1 Mill lUCT I.11UU1 UtJlOIIU!.", -' J
' ,... . 1 .... 1 . .. I.V. l,n nllistlOD
general education. These dtpart o
operate independently; lnstarcw'
uperuiion uucvveeu wcui - j
flonnl V.nnh nt thpue tlelUll-l PieDW
WHEN YOU THINK OF
FARM LOANS THINK OF
FRANK H. WHITE
manned nt all times with an "
tlon prepared to carry the i""'K CIjt
load and maintains an M'e
co-operation In the executiw
meats necessarily leans to i-" '- j
travagance. The aystem is ""'
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wufcirBi mvuy vau mwB.