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The Greenwood Daily Commonwealth
J. L. & S. GILLESPIE. Editors and Publishers.
AFTERNOON ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE.
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TELEPHONE NO. 33.
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to tne i
ase for republication of all news dispatches credited to it j
or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local
news publications herein.
All rights of republication of special dispatches
herein are also -reserved.
It is to be hoped that the regular session of
Congress will do much that the extra session left
undone. In calling the latter more than six mon- j
ths ago the President urged that the problems
of reconstruction be taken up, but nothing came '
of it. Daylight saving was repealed to please thei to
farmers and against the will of the towns. Pro- \
hibition was enacted, cutting down the govern- : es
merits' revenues enormously and creating a new !
host of tax-consumers. The treaty of peace was
discussed to a deadlock. But virtually all the pro- :
blcms of reconstruction following a war which j
still technicaly exists, as well as a number of
are still awaiting
pressing domestic problems,
consideration.
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Judge McNeille of the Philadelphia Women's
Misdemeanant Court reports for the first three
months of war time prohibition a decrease of 25
per cent in the number of alcoholic women cases
and an increase of 62 per cent in the number of
addicts to narcotic drugs. The evil of intemper
ance being checked in one direction seems to
have found a vent in another
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After a referendum in which the "wets" poll
ed the most votes Ohio has notified the Federal
State Department of the recall of the action of
its legislature in ratifying the prohibition amend
ment. Though a referendum in some of the oth
er States might also result in recall, there are at
present more than enough ratifications left to
safeguard the amendment.
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A supervisor in charge of thé BlaCkfeet Ag
ency in Montana, in advertising for sale certain
Indian lands, presents a list of surprising Indian
names, including Chief All Over, Richard Calf
Tail, Lucy Iron Eater, Petrified Russell, Annie
Rides at the Door, Yellow Bird Takes Gun on
Top, and Everybody Looks at Marrow Bones.
Eighty-eight millions of the $100,000,000 ap
propriated by Congress for relief work in Eu
rope has been returned to the treasury in the
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form of notes from the beneficiary governments
Mr. Hoover is said to be the only man who has
ever thus converted a gift into loans, to. the best
interests of all concerned.
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The Senate's "rejection" of the peace treaty
is described in Berlin as "a tremendous moral
victory for the cause of universal peace
haps a new and bigger German-American Alli
ance is counted on as well as a separate peace.
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The Oglethorpe, Ga., Echo tells of a negro of
67 years, who not only has a fourth wife and
47 children but three sisters who count a total
of 65 off-springs. President Roosevelt would
have decorated so prolific a family.
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The Tiitish labor party holds that the only
way to stop profiteering is to do away with the
capitalistic system. Suggests the solution reach
ed by the fellow of old time who killed the
gold-egg-laying goose.
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Dr. Dercum has announced that he sees no
further need of visiting a President who "has re
sumed active participation in affairs,
welcome is such good news coming along with so
much that is bad.
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As two of the 133 persons indicted with Mr.
Newbury for bribery in procuring his election to
the Senate have pleaded guilty, revelations of a
still more startling, character may be expected.
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The times seem to point to a loom as well as
that predicted still in every home.
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WHEN WE SEE WITH OPEN EYES
Mountains are proofs of the world's old life. But for them we should all be fishes. Haunting
thrills of that continent-lifting energy among them, and they are strong company, especially when
you have them to yourself. -
Then occurs the yearly marvel, when woods turn to tapestries of gorgeous dye, and the air
clears to give you those splendid blues of distance. Majesty is throned on the hills, dressed in gold
and blue crimson. Kinder than human sovereigns, Nature exacts no homage. Only human sover
eigns need to. In the early morning the world spa rkles glows and reeks with incense. It is rare and
sweet old world.
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But all of this is for the man who sees clearly through eyes that are framed in bodies that are
strong and well and beautiful.
To the grouch, the one who is torn and worn and despondent from bad health, there is nothing
of beauty in the rising of the sun behind a bank of gray, nothing like gold in the setting of the sun
in the bank of fiery red
All things look yellow to a jaundiced eye," mid the world is really only beautiful to those who
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In the rushing, surging, frolicking, life-giving tumult of rich RED blood is always a picture of
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Fer the man who would accumulate a full store of this capacity to know the beautiful ,there is
pee gift of free IRON in the simple form at FERRALINE.
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A SIDE-STEPPING CONGRESS.
It will not do for Congress to content itself
with thé complaint that the President's message <
fails to point oat practical legislative remadWy
for existing ills. A disappointing message would
be nothing strange, for the President is still a
sick man, but even with the President at his best
a co-ordinate legislative branch of the Govern
ment should not wait to be told what to do and
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how to do it. This is particularly true of a ma
jority of the opposition party, which usually is
Indisposed to be guided by Executive recommen
dations and in any case is supposed to have a
constructive program of its own. Has the Re
publican majority a constructive programme of
its own? If it had during the extra session, it
was highly successful in keeping isuch a pro
gramme secret. If the regular session is as dis
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Accordng to David Lawrence, non-partisan
' Washington correspondent, Congress, would like
to side-step" the menacing domestic problems
\ that call for solution. The cost of living and tax
: es need to be reduced, the coal question and the
! strike mania in general need to be effectively
dealt with, and there are several other scarcely
: less pressing problems demanding attention,
j "What about the leaders of the Republican part
y," writes Mr. Lawrence, "who feel in the pres
ent session of Congress they must make good
the pledges they made in the 1918 campaign to
reduce taxes? There is grave doubt whether they
can do so." But both the Republicans and Demo
crats are industriously "preparing for the Presi
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dential campaign of 1920
■ng needs of the hour receive less attention than
the means to capture or retain office next year.
Such is the unwelcome picture given of Washing
ton today and a similar picture is outlined in all
the other accounts, between the lines at least.
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TO CLASSIFY COTTON ON FUTURE CON
TRACTS.
The boards of cotton examiners of the Bureau
of Markets at New York and New Orleans will,
under certain conditions, examine samples of cot
ton and furnish preliminary classification of
such samples to shippers and others interested,
according to an announcement from the U. S. De
partment of Agriculture.
Copies of the new regulations providing for
this service and of the form of application blank
which must be used in submitting the samples
Orleans in the Abraham Building, or at New York
may be obtained from the board of cotton exam
iners of the Bureau of Markets, located at New
at 27 Cotton Exchange Building. The service wil.
be given to any shipper or other person who owns,.
con ^ ro i s or has the disposition of cotton and who
contemplates tendering it on a future contract
made on a future exchange at New York or New
0rleans> sub ject to the United States Cotton Fu
tures Act.
Through this new service, says the bureau, it
will be possible for the owner of cotton to learn
how the official cotton , standards of the United
States are applied by the Government boards of
cotton examiners and to form an opinion as to the
classification of his cotton and the best disposi
tion to m#ke of it, before submittng it for the in
specton, sampling and handling necessary to make
an actual tender on a future contract. A charge
of thirty cents a bale will be made for each sample
classed by boards of cotton examiners.
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Four counties in South Dakota have only 9
bathtubs, but 88 per cent of the residents of
these counties use automobiles, evidently pre
ferring air to water baths
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There is at least one other document whose
general acceptance has been conditioned upon
more amendments and reservations—the Ten
Commandments.
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Virginia, the "mother of Presidents," is also
the mother of the first woman member of the
British Parliament.
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In the midst of its voluntary idleness labor
still complains of involuntary servitude.
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it to yield bigger, better crops. It will enable you to do away with the
unsightly open ditches that interfere with cultivation. Our drainage
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We have large stocks of Drainage Pipes which we are offering at
low prices. You know freight rates will probably advance shortly after
the first of the year. It is to your interest to get your Drainage Pipe
now while prices are low and free engineering services can be had.
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Numerous other planters in the Delta are taking advantage of this
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For the quick
meal on a busy day, or
ST for the full-course repast when ^
time and appetites are abundant,
Uneeda Biscuit have a decided place.
They are the world's best soda cracker.
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jenaaneaitly disappear after drinking
the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water
Positively guaranteed by money-beck
According to official repons, If th
leaders do not hurry the miners wil
beat them to fixing the coal strike.
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out obligation. To save coal, see us now.
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