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I o cabin Democrat
Pl’BLISHF.I. WEEKLY BY CONWAY PRINTING CO ■i«Nt E. Robins, Editor. e>. BSCRIPUON $1.00 PER YEaR. manab'.j in Advance. STATEMENT of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, etc., of tne Cog Caoin Democrat, published weekly at Conway, Ark., required Ly tne act of August 24, 1912. Name of editor, managing editor and business manager, Frank E. Robins, Conway, Ark.; publisher, Conway Printing Co., Conway, Ark.; owners, Frank E. Robins, Conway, Ark., Mrs. M. F. Under hill, Denver, Colo.; bondholders, mortgagees, etc., none. (Signed) Frank E. Robins. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of November, 1913. R. W. Robins, notary public. My com mission expires September 16 ,1916. “BULLDOGS” WHIP “OLt MISS” RAM — HENDRIX WINS 8-6 GAME HENDRIX’S SUPERIOR AGGRES SIVENESS PROVES DISAS TROUS TO MISSISSIPPI. Hendrix College football eleven trampled over the University of Mis sissippi team yesterday by the score of 8 to 6. The score is a good repre sentation of the closeness with which the game was played. Neither team had any material advantage over the other. Mississippi outweighed Hen drix a few pounds, but this was sup planted by superior aggressiveness on the part of the Bulldogs. The game was called at 3:40 o'clock by Referee Dawson. After 13 min utes of severe scrimmaging Hendrix planted the pigskin on “Ole Miss’ ” eight-yard line. Line bucks by Mc Cormack, Harton and Holmes gained seven yards. Harton, a Conway youth, was given the ball by Quarter back Legg, and with the assistance of 10 Hendrixians, carried the ball safe ly over the visitors’ goal line for the first touchdown of the afternoon. Harton attempted to kick goal follow ing the touchdown, but failed. The play that won for the Bulldogs was made during the third period. Hendrix had forced the ball to Mis sissippi’s 20-yard line. Mississippi attempted to punt out of danger, but Young, star left tackle for Hendrix, slipped through the line and blocked the kick, the ball falling behind the goal line. Evans of Mississippi fell upon the leather, the play counting a safety, making two points for Hen drix. It was not until the ttiircl period that “Ole Miss" threatened to score. On several fake quarterback runs, plunges and end runs, the ball was placed on Hendrix’s 17-yard line. On a short end run Evans carried the ball across the Bulldogs’ line. They faiieo at goal. During the fourth period the Mis sissipplans were in possession of the ball the greater part of the time, and when time was called had the pigskin' on Hendrix’s five-yard line. The Hendrix students, jubilating; over the victory, paraded through the business and residence streets of the city in night shirts until a late hour last night. The college hand, combin ed with the deafening yells of the students, kept every citizen in Con /av awake during their festivities. The line-up: Hendrix. Po sition. Mississippi. Giles. 1. E.Smythe Young. E. T.Mills .7. Bishop. E. G.Dor roll Shinn.Center . . . . Anderson Robertson. R. G.Watson Goodgame. R. T. • . S. Bishop S. Fulmer.. R. E. ..McCall t apt J. Legg. (J. B.Evans Capt. Holmes. R. H-B.Gaddis Harton. E. H-B.Dear McCormack. ... F. B.Bender Substitutes Hendrix: Campbell for Robertson. Harrison for .1. 1-egg. S. Fulmer for Capt Holmes. Giles for Harton. Harton for S. Fulmer. Mis sissippi: Ball for Evans, Ereeland for Bender. Summary — Touchdowns, Harton and Evans; safety, (Hendrix’ points), Evans; referee. Dawson of North Carolina; umpire, Cunningham of Hendrix; head linesman, Buchholz of Iowa; tmiekeepers, Parker of Hen drix and Stevens of Mississippi; time of periods, 15 minutes each. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER S v CASTORIA HOOKWORM EGGS, HIGHLY MAGNIFIED. INItRtSl (Ml IN HOOKWORM FICHI FIRST WEIK'S CAMPAIGN ATTENDED WITH SPLENDID SUCCESS—118 EXAMINA TIONS MADE. The first week of the hookworm and sanitary campaign ended Saturday. During the week 118 examinations were made and infections, including all kinds of parasites, were found. The first week's work was satisfac tory in every respect. Large crowds visited the dispensary every day and over an average number of people were examined. The majority at tended to learn about what was being done and how it was done and to pre pare for the next visit. An Arkansas Victim of Hookworm. The interest was evoked and it was possible at every point to show under the microscope hookworm eggs or the newly-hatched larvae. The question of rural sanitation was brought to the attention of the dispensary visitors and all readily saw the need for such work. On sev eral occasions those present stated that they were going to begin to “clean up." Co-operation was received at every dispensary, and the work should on this account increase with each suc ceeding week. t Hookworms, Life Size. The infection durinp the first week was lipht, but will probably increase as the work propresses. It is a well understood fact that where only a few cases are present in a neiphbor hood it is very easy to eradicate the disease from that section and the preater the number of persons exam ined the more nearly every ease of the disease will be discovered. Literature concerninp the work was distributed in larpe quantities. The dispensary points to be visited this week are Providence, \ iIonia, Enola, Greenbrier and Conway. The examination and treatment are noth free. Specimen containers may be obtained free at any of the drup stores in Conway at any time, or at any dispensary. FINDS FEW CASES OF HOOKWORM DISEASE _ | DR. JACOCKS MADE NINETY FOUR EXAMINATIONS IN FOUR DAYS IN COUNTY After holdinp dispensaries at four points in the county and makinp a to tal of 94 examinations, Dr. W. P. Ja cocks, the hookworm specialist, who was sent to this county by the Rocke feller commission, says he finds the number of cases thus far compara tively small, only about six of those examined being found to be infected. Dr. Jacocks held dispensaries at Providence, Vilonia, Enola and Greenbrier from Thursday to Friday and is holding one today in the Mar tin & Harton building in this city. A large number of people have visited the dispensary today and many ex aminations have been made. Dr. Jacocks says that the small [ number of cases of hookworm infec tion found on the first round is not to be taken as an indication that the disease is not very prevalent. On later rounds, he states, after the pur poses of the dispensaries become un derstood, many suspected cases who do not appear the first time are brought in for examination, the first visits being more for the purpose of explaining the nature of the disease and informing the people as to exam inations and treatments. The five places mentioned will be visited by Dr. Jacocks once each week for six weeks. Specimens of live hookworms just emerging from the larvae were shown to a number of interested spectators by Dr. Jacocks today. These speci mens were obtained at the dispensary at Greenbrier yesterday, and though invisible to the unaided eye, could readily be seen wriggling and moving j about under the microscope. | -—- , Stop coughing! you rack the lungs and worry the body. BALLARD’S HOREHOUND SYRUP checks irri tation, heals the lungs and restores comfortable breathing. Price 25c,' 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by i Nelson Drug Co.—adv. -o STATE REMEMBERS HERO’S ANNIVERSARY STATE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY OF DAVID O. DODD, THE WAR HERO. Little Rock, Nov. 11.—The sixty-1 seventh anniversary of the birth of j David O. Dodd, the boy hero of the j Confederacy, who was hanged in the old St. John’s College campus, this city, as a Confederate spy, in 18(54, was celebrated by the school children all over the state yesterday. In Little Rock the day was fittingly observed by the schools. Mrs. George I B. Gill took part in the celebration at ! Kramer school and Miss Nora Beav I ! ers, chairman of the Tag Day com | mittee, assisted at Mitchell school. At | Centennial Mrs. George Vaughan was i present to represent the Daughters of , the Confederacy. j At Little Rock high school a big celebration was had. J. H. Hinemon and M. E. Dunaway talked on David O. Dodd and his life, and the pupils rendered a fitting and enjoyable pro- j gram. At Rightsell school Mrs. J. M. j Lofton was in charge of the exercises, j ! Dr. J. I). Jordan told of David O. Dodd at Robert E. Lee school, and Mrs. Josie F. Cappleman was in charge at Parham. Prof. Henderson conducted the exercises at Peabody. The Confederate organizations of the state are raising $25,000 for a Dodd memorial monument to be erect ed in Little Rock. MILWEE WILL RUN 1 FOR SHERIFF AGAIN Little Rock, Nov. (>.—R. F. Milwee, • former sheriff, assessor and county, I judge of Monroe county, later speak-[ ler of the house, chairman of the j j State Democratic Central Committee,; i and manager of several statewide po-1 .. I litical campaigns, is again a candi jdate for sheriff in his county. He i j made the announcement while in Lit tle Rock this week, anti were il pos sible for people in this section to sup port him, he would be unanimously 1 elected, for he is very popular here. $100 Reward, $100. riir readers of this paper will be pi tsed to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sclent*# i.s been able to cure In all its stains, and that Ife i itarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only tmsKIvp ire now kuown to the medical fraternity. Catarrh .»mg a .onsfltutlonal disease. requires a constitu tional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In • nially. acttui! directly upon the blood amt mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying t h* !• •mutation of Hie disease, and giving the patient trength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature In d< ng Its work. The proprietors ha vs much faith In Its curative powers that they offer He Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to •ure. Send lor list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY dc CO.. 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She gave him three drops on going to bed. and he got up without the croup in the morning." — Mr. IT. li. Strange, Chicago, ill. At all Dealers. Price 25c.. 54c. aad 11.44 Sioan’a Book Horace cent free. Addreaa DfL CAR1S. SLOAN, lie., Btstra, Mass. CENTRAL GIRLS HAVE HALLOWE’EN EEAST SENIOR CLASS HOSTESSES AT ENJOYABLE COLLEGE ENTERTAINMENT. I min Siitu-Ijay's UaTly On Friday, October 31, the Senior Class of Central College held a “Feast of the Nations,” to which the students, teachers and friends of the class were invited. The entrance was banked with ferns and blooming plants, while the walls were festoon ed with autumn leaves in all their glorious hues. The first country visited was Alas ka. On the walls of this representa tive nook were numerous strings of cones filled with delicious ice cream, and the tables were banked with mounds of snow. Cream was served by Misses Alice Reynolds and Vestal Witt. We were then transported to Japan where Misses Doris Owen and Nannette Akin, becomingly attired in Japanese costumes, extended hospi tality to the travelers by serving tea and hot chocolate. Next we were conveyed to Mexico, and here found* amusement in having our fortunes told by the famous palmist, Senorita Sledge. After this we refreshed ourselves by partaking of the Mexican’s favorite dish, hot tamales and chili, which was served by two very charming young Spanish girls. Senorita Johnson and Senorita White. At last we turned our weary steps homeward. Upon our arrival in America we found that the members of the Senior Domestic Science Class had prepared for us a numerous vari ety of cakes and pies and had also made jellies and preserves. Each and every one gave expres sion as having enjoyed this trip to the fullest extent and returned home tired but happy. Correspondent. Horses, cattle and sheep are kept in good healthy condition by occasion al doses of B. A. Thomas’ Improved Stock Remedy. Guaranteed by Chas. Y. Jones.—ly -(l CONWAY “NIGH'’ TEAM WINS HARD STRUGGLE GAME SATURDAY PLAYED IN' TRUE SPORTS MANUK E MANNER. Special to the Lor Cabin Democrat. Russellville, Nov. 10.—With blood in the eyes of every man on the team, Conway High School football eleven stepped upon the chalk-lined stadium Saturday, and when the referee blew his whistle announcing the ending of the game, the same team stepped off the gridiron carrying with them a 6 to 0 victory7. The game was played in true sportsmanlike manner throughout and there was not a sin gle squabble over the referee’s de / cisions. ihe Russellville brigade put up a K (i,e 0. . I cut tne lads from . -...ty of Colleges’ were a triti ..ggressi.e, w.nning the fracas .. „.iis point. At t.mes the locals got ..thin scoring distance of the Con way ites’ goal, but the visiting scrap eis traced up and held the locals .'or downs. Conway’ score came in the last quarter. On a series of line plunges the ball was carried to Russellvibe s eight-yard line. “Big Chief” Dodson, Conway’s stocky fullback, was sent across the line for a touchdown. Con way failed to kick goal. 0 Conway came near scoring on two other occasions. Hanner, on an end run, got away from the local grid ders, but ran out of bounds before reaching the goal. On another oc casion, while a visiting player was ^ en route to Russellville’s goal, time, was called to clear the field of specta- j tors. Conway lined up as follows: R. Dodson, left end; Wray and Donnell, left tackle; Rosemond and Wray, left guard; Rotton, center; Biggs, right guard; Erbacher, right tackle; Don nell and Ledbetter, right end; Han ner (Captain), quarterback; Heih gers, right halfback; Joslin, left half back; G. Dodson, fullback. 16 BANKS AGREE TO HELP STATE Froni Thursday’s Daily. Little Rock, Nov. 6.—Gov. G. W. Hays has received replies from 16 banks of the state agreeing to carry an aggregate of $200,000 in state i warrants under the plan outlined by the executive committee of the Ar kansas Bankers’ Association. Three Fort Smith banks have taken $95, 000 of this amount. The governor feels certain that a total of at least $400,000 can be placed, which will enable the state to get through until next year’s revenues are available:. HOG CHOLERA. Give your hogs B. A. Thomas Im proved Hog Powder. It makes them , fatten rapidly, thereby saving feed.1 Prevents and cures Cholera. Guaran- j teed by Chas. W. Jones.—ly CONWAY HIGH ELEVEN i IN HARD EIGHT TODAY i — * i Ftobp Saturday-* Daily. With his team in good condition for the fracus, Coach G. Rice Wilson j of Conway High school, left thisi morning for Russellville where this j afternoon the locals will engage in: a grid war w'th the up-state aggre gation. Russellville is said to have a heavier eleven than Conway, but Coach Wilson seems confident his wards will play a winning game. Conway will present the following iine-up: R. Dodson, left end; Wray or McCulloch, left tackle; Rosemond, left guard; Rotten, center; Biggs, right guard; Erbachcr, right tackle; Donnell or Ledbetter, right end; Hanner, quarterback; Heiligers, i light halfback; Joslin, lett halfback; G. Dodson, fullback. The team will return tonight. WANTED—Pine or cottonwood ex celsior bolts. To be 36 inches long, 128 cubic feet to constitute a cord. Free from all bad knots, but would not object to small ones. Must be not less than 3 inches wide nor 3 inches thick. Will make contract for several hundred cords. Address Oates Mat tress Co., Little Rock, Ark.—8-6tw AN INCESSANT COUGH. Continued Dropping of Much* into my Throat. A severe cough is always a grave symptom. It may not indicate or - ganic disease of the lungs. Even though the cough is a functional dis turbance it is of sufficient gravity to demand prompt attention. The dropping of mucus from the back part of the nose into the throaf indicates nasal catarrh Sometimes this goes on a long time before the patient pays any attention to it. It is stated on good authority that mu cus dropping Into the throat in this -way is apt to excite catarrh of the stomach. At any rate, the condition ought to be corrected as soon as pos sible. Mrs. Bourland, of Frankston. Texas found after using Peruna that not only did the incessant cough disap pear. but the dropping of mucus into the throat had also ceased. Read what she says: “For twenty-three years I was a constant sufferer from chronic ca tarrh. I had a severe misery and burning in the top of my head. There was almost a continual dropping of mucus into my throat, which caused frequent expectoration. My entire system gradually became involved, and my condition grew worse. I had an incessant cough and frequent at tacks of bilious colic, from which it seemed I could not recover. My bowels also became affected, causing alarming attacks of hemorrhages. "I tried many remedies, which gave only temporary relief, or no relief at all. I at last tried Peruna. and in three days I was relieved of the bowel derangement. After using five bottles I was entirely cured. > “I most cheerfully recommend the use of Peruna to any one similarly afflicted." People who object to liquid medi cines can now obtain Peruna Tablet*. nmmMBsr■— _i ■■■■ 11 LET A FORTUNE SLIP ^ ■ - GROUND ON WHICH HELENA NOW STANDS ONCE SOLD FOR TAXES. Helena, Nov. 10.—An abstract of :itle recently prepared by the Walk er Abstract Company of this city re peals the fact that practically the en tire business section and the larger part of the residence section of the city of Helena now stands on a tract of land, embracing 640 acres, which was once sold for taxes and brought the sum of eight and three ($8.0!1) cents. The sale occurred and tho deed was executed November 10, 1820. It was recorded on the same day as a tax deed, issued by Hugh S ill, sheriff and collector of Phillips c nty, to James Scull, who had bid t property in at a tax sale. The t ,ct of land involved in the above deal extended from the river’s edge to a line one mile west, and from Walker levee on the north (now the dividing line of the city from the old er settlement) to Elm street on the south. The property was originally that of Patrick Cassidy, but was sold as a part of the land then owned by Syl nunus Phillips, for whom Phillips county was named. B. A. 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