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The Contractor, Builder, Traveling Salesman, Collector, Solicitor, all find the Ford •Runabout the most convenient as well as the most economical among motor cars. Durable in service, and useful every day in the year. We solicit your order for one or more. We ask your patronage in the repair of your car, assur ing you of genuine Ford Ports, skilled workmen, HARRELL AUTOMOBILE COMPANY “Always a lap Ahwal" IW 136 reasonable prices. IfflTEMk. Captain of Industry at Three. Little Edward is Just 3 years old, hut “going <m 4.” He is very fond of 1iis grandmother's home and often is a young visitor. His last call wus last Sunday afternoon. Grandmother, who had been taking a nap, was a bit late coming downstairs to greet her fa vorite guest. She found him cuddled up in tile big easy chair in front of the fireplace. Edward smiled as she stooped to kiss him, but, boylike, that was about tbe only sign of affection from him. “Get up, dear," urged Edward's mother, “that’s grandmother's chnlr." “No, it isn’t,” usserted the young man, “I beat her to it.” Possible Restraint. “There is a great deal of danger In all this socialistic literature.” “I suppose so,” replied the man who Is exasperatlngly tranquil. “And yet If a man would take the trouble to read and understand all that has been written about socialism before embarking in business as a ‘red,’ he’d be entirely too old to participate Id uuj active demonstrations.” The prevention lies largely In right .:ving, in building up a strong bodily resistance Eight out of ten persons are infected at some time in their lives, atxxirdlng to figures of the Na tional Tuborenloels Association, the leading agency tn the United Statee in the fight upon thla disease This or gonleatlon fs sponsor foT the annual Red Croas Christmas Seal sale, fnom which the funds to carry on the work throughout tbe pear aw ehiody ffil" , N. 'V ,» _ I I FARM LOANS Liberal Terms. Prompt Action. No delay or red tape. You get all you borrow. Call or write K. L. BLAKELY. Pre-icott. .Arkansas. CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND LADIES I fab r»ar UnnW for CHI-CHJW-1 KK S A UUOND BRAND PILLS in Red aud/^V Cold metallic boxea. aealed with Blue<0> Ribbon. Till no other. Bay af ;on \/ PntlM Hi oak for l HI-CHES-TEU A V DIAMOND Hit A * 1* PI 1.1.8. for twenty-fleO yeara regarded aa Beit. Safest, Alwaya Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ™» EVERYWHERE WORTH TRSTRU FORTY IDEAL AGE FOR WOMEN English Artist Sweeps Away Tima Honored Ideas Having to Do With Spinaterhood. There Is a flurry among English spinsters. A prominent artist has come to the conclusion that a girt of forty should be man’s ideal. He sweeps away all the time-honored rub bish about spinsters at the age of forty being mostly Interested In cata and canaries. Here Is what he haa to say about the new old girl. “The Ideal age for a woman from the viewpoint of the man who studies the sex as an artist Is forty years. The woman of forty Is at the perfec tion of her beauty and has attained a settled mentality which she did not possess ns a girl In her teens, or as a young woman In her twenties and thirties. At forty she Is nn ideal com panion, pleasantly matured, tolerant and understanding. Only the Igno ramuses In life find joy In the society of young girls or undeveloped women.” During the war nnd since many women of the so-called "sweet-and forty” age got married, a consider able number of them widows. This has led to frequent lamentations by younger women that, with the huge number of unmarried beauties about. It Is unpatriotic for Cupid to show such favoritism for widow and spin sters. CLASSED HIM AS BEGINNER Retired Sea Captain Evidently Knew Little of “Impressionistic" School of Painting. “I once engaged board nnd lodging at the house of a retired New England sea captain,” says a New York artist, “nnd from him I received some sincere advice. “One day, while 1 was busy paint ing, I became aware that the captain was standing behind me, gazing at the canvns over my shoulder. ‘“How do you like It?’ 1 asked. “Now, It chanced that the captain’s house has been without an artist boarder for several years and that I was the first follower of the Impres sionist school It had ever harbored. “The old sen dog gnzed thoughtfully at the lower rlghthand comer of the canvas where I had thrown a muss of pnrtl-color«Kl splashes and splotches. “‘You're kinder young,’ said the captain, kindly. “This is your first summer outdoors at It?’ “ ‘Yes.’ “ ‘Well, now, see here,’ resumed the captain. There's two or three old palettes up In our shed chamber. You get one of those and try out your paints. You’ll have to lose that whol® comer of your canvas. I’ll bet you, and It’ll make your picture consider ably smaller. I wouldn’t do that again If I was you.’ ”—Harper’s Magazine. Nickels in London. A letter in the Times of London points out the advantages England should gnin by substituting nlekel coins for bronze. To one who has merely visited Switzerland, this proposition re quires little argument. In weight, bulk and convenience nlekel is unquestion ably preferable. With wbat euse can Swiss 20-centime pieces to the value of, say, 2 shillings, he carried, as compared with 2 shillings’ worth of “copper!” And how this reform would lighten the bus conductor's burden I The combined weight of the 20-cen time, 10-centime and 5-cennme Swiss nickels Is, writes the Times cor respondent, only 1ST grains, against the 515 grains, which 5 *4 pence weigh. Apropos of tills subject, the London chamber of commerce has de cided to recommend that the govern ment prepare for Issue, when required to supplement the silver currency, nickel coins of the value, say, of six pence, a shilling and half a crown.— Christian Science Monitor. Imports of Precious Stones. The value of the precious stones im ported into the United States In the fiscal year that ended recently was greater than it had been in any pre vious year, l’eurls are growing more popular, but because the war Inter bred with the fisheries they have be come so scarce that dealers cannot supply the demand. The Smith Africa iiamond producers are taking advan tage of tlie favorable market to un load the diamonds that they have been accumulating during the war. Ac cording b> the National City hank of New York half the diamonds In the world are already owned in the United States.—Youth’s Companion. % * --——' *1: i Japan Taking Western Sports. Japan Is offering somewhat of a market for American sporting goods, at the present. Since the end of the war there has been nn Increased In terest lu sports, and It may be said of Japan thut western games played there are essentially scholastic In na ture, baseball being the most popu lar, with tennis second. The latter named spcrt has now found favor outside of student circles, and tennis courts are scattered here and there throughout the larger cities. Demand for House-Cat Fur. In a report on the London fur mar ket prepared by Alfred Nutting, clerk In the American consulate general In London, a comparison of the total number of skins sold by C. M. Lamp son & Co. at public auction ftt 1918 and 1919 shows that the number of house-cat skins sold during the cur rent year was 33,934, or almost doubt* the quantity sold In 1918. The priM of house cut fur had advanced 50 par rent since spring.