The Dublin Progress and Telephone (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 32ND YEAR, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, January 16, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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Great Quantities of Food Seized
by Federal Agents in Big Cities
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Whfi# Attorney General .1
committee Umt he intended to
higher price* then tho»* listed I
word cam* (tom Chisago. Bt «
quantitie* of foodstuff* by fodoi
proceed under the food control *
la Chicago 1282 tube of bm
284,180 pounds of coffee, wtll
and in Birmingham 100 berrejS
Handicapped by Cooke** R**
fueai to Reorganize Wartime
Fair-Price Board, H*. Say* j
AID ! PALMER
ATTORNEY'S DUTY TO STOP
PROFITEERING, SAYS HEINi
PrpHfcutor Ha* No TlmA^ta
An*w*r Questions Concern-
ing Action in Other Citie*
With the housewives of this eft
emoriag for direct, rigorous actiS
v But Howard Heini*vr, JviJ:
•or -for, Pennsylvania.. .,*>
Air. Kane on that r l:,t’j3|jAfi|vu
•view with the Per.!.'..: LtooH ' s'■
burgh lest iliglit Mr. Heins'
althouch, he was'waking every 'effort’hg
bavo fair-price boards ra-eatah'ishedl
that would cot relieve• the. federal au-
thorities from JLylr duly to |to>»j|dt
profiteering. u (i TjL'CvSi,
i The district ittorne/ kSid.'^JhV^^
that tbo Lever food-control
prove to be effective in cases
Ids as distinct from profitee'rlnWwu^y
reiterated that it would be cxtfMff^
difficult to prove -violations. AXl
Mr. Kane acknowledges that priMA
*re inordinately high. Ignoring tYSp
price of meats,, regarding which RobeMW
M. Simmers, agent of the State Food
M. Simmers, agent of the State Food,
gnd Dairy Department cod government
food.cod. drug inspector, has given him
*■ main of evidence, he said; that “th
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of ereen.vegetables ace terrible." "
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FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1920
Jan. lStb.—d*. Jones is on the sick
Bat this week.
Mrs. Spencer is <on the sick list.
J. R. Oaldfing and eon, Tommie made
a bualnea trip to Harbin today.
Claud Hudson visited relatives at
Purvis Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Tally
have removed on the Mills form.
J. A. Price Ms done quite a lot ol
Improving on his place the pact week
BHl Rucker of Stephenville visiter
hie sister. Mrs. Dora Spicer Tuesday
night. ■ 1 } .
The recent rains have made the
roads almost impassible, making it
hard on the school children.
Jim Daniels is preparing to movr
somewhere in the west for the benefit
of the health of Mrs. Daniels.
New spring hats are now being re-
ceived at Mrs. Barrett’s.
.ran. 13th.—EM Galloway has rented
out his home place here. At this place
ho has resided for many years and
will now make his home in Dublin.
Mrs. Wynn visited H. I. Thomas
Mr. Wynn visited ’J s daughter,
Mrs. Silver Keith last week.
Mrs. Robert Lee was visiting her
sister at Brownwood last week.
Clyde Wynn has moved to near Dj-
Leon. where he will farm this year.
Jhss Bynum killed hogs this week
and killed a beef to take to Desde-
mona Saturday. \
Bun Chambers, our mail
made a business trip to Fort Worth
last week and has just returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Goodson were
visitors last week in the home of Ed
Galoway. Mr. Galloway acompanled
them to their new home in Dublin.
bR ToimSlit- Ci*t a
Tomorrow FppI Right 2!)’Box
Cole Drug Co.,Dublin, Texas j
Corns Coins Off
Like Banana Real
‘Oets-It” leaves Toe Smooth Am
Tour Palm. Never Fails.
Brer peel off a banana akin? Well
that’s the way "Geto-It” peels off
any corn or callu*. It”* a picnic.
Nothing else in th* world will do It
asms inai ruo on. oiooa-
uives, end scissors that
th* -quick." “Oets-Ir*
it. It takes but a second
*1 Dreeisf’Cets-h/CeoJ-hy* Corset"
but "Geto-It” because of the new so-
•ret principle in the "Oete-lt" form-
ula- “Oets-It" doss away forsver
with fooatraptlons, ‘ "wrappy" plas-
ters ointments that rub off. blo>ed-
lettlng knives, mg
snip Into '
•r two to us* “Oets-It.” There's no
fussing or trouble. It drlas Irame-
dlately. Tou put your atoaklmr right
back on again. Tour corn will com#
off painlessly In on* complete else*.
That'* common-sene*. It never fall*.
“Oeto-It,” th* only sure, guarenteed,
money-back corn-remover, cost* but
a trlffa at any drug store. Wrd by
B. Lawrence A Co.. Chicago. UL
Sold in Dublin and recommend* 1
, HARBIX *
Clyde Fa l# of Stephen vile mu Is
our city Thursday, enroute hoReaftei
a vult with hla cousin Jtai.
a visitor in our cty Tuesday.
James P. Tolar of Green's Creek wet
•W. ». Hutohfn at the Depot is ser-
iously ill st thts time.
R. S. Thomas was in our city Thurs-
day on his way to Dublin.
J. R. Weir made a business trip to
Stepheuvlile from here Friday.
Jim Goodman of Green’s Creek viu
here Friday enroute to Dublin.
Ernest Hickey of lone Oak was here
Monday enroute to Burkburnett.
Dee Buckler of Proctor visited her*
Sunday with relatves and friends.
Henry Bones and brother Guy came
In home Monday from west Tsxas.
W. F. Billing!o'n of Fort Worth was
here .Monday looking at a location.
Mr. C. Powell of Bowman Ridge war
here Monday, on his way to Dubln.
Oscar Little and wife left here Mon-
day for their new home at Hamilton,
The W. O. W. Circle here will meet
Saturday evening at the W. O. W. hall
Miss Sibel Smallwood of Hickey was
here Monday enroute to Stephenville
B. F. Gibbs and son, Goodwin were
here Monday enroute to Stephenville
-Viable Abernathy of Proctor vlsltei
here last week with Miss Jewel Wier,.
Dr. Sissuons of Dublin made a pro
fessibnal visit in our city Wednesday.
Jimmie Pals of Bowmen Ridge was
here Monday enroute to Fort Worth
Charlie Bishop of Sunnyside farm
was here Monday on his way to Sleph
en villa, i»
J. W. Wejdon of Cappel was her*
Wednesday looking after property In
Miss Deulva Frailn was visiting
home folks. She came in Friday from
Artie Robbins left Monday for
Stephenville to attend school at til*
G. W. Allen of Howell Springs \yat
in our city Thursday enroute to
Mrs. Myrtle Abernathy of Proctor
visited here Saturday with her parents
Jones and wife.
W. p. Cameron of Clifton was here
Friday on his way home after a visit
to his sister, Mrs. L. E. McDade.
Miss Dot lie Tolar who has been it
Fort Worth the past two weeks with
her sister, Mrs. John Pair, returned
Mrs. Cherry and daughter. Miss Haz-
e’ and Hosie and Miss Cornice Craw-
ford were pleasant callers at thi
depot home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Opiah AlcCrarry who has been
here part of the week visiting her fath-
er, B. F. Gibbs and family,left Monday
for her home at Longview. Mrs Crarry
had been sick for several days whicl
caused her to shorten her visit her*
so as to get home near her regular
Rev. R. L. Smallwood, wife and tw<
chfiJdren left Monday for Hail county
to visit their daughter, ‘Mrs. Luthe
Pittman and family. They were a«
com pan led as for as Burkburnett with
another daughter, Mrs. Bert Roes who.
With her little daughter, Roxie has
been visiting her parents the past
ylve H. C. l. Problem
; Cook* Reiterate* Refuse)
to Return for Pood
e^eioit the food gougers, whom
hold reepobflbie for tbo uodernou
neat of their children, Francis ““
Rsoe, United States district a
declared yesterday he was powe^
Mr, lvane complained he
Hy handicepcd by the r«fu*y„
Cooke, formerly food admjj/^A
Philadelphia, toreorgenlr/ %-jl
tair-prico board. Thet/^/^
•f publicity, ought to / 'bA
profiteers, ho said, f ‘
Howard Heins, food administrator
Pennsylvania, to *n interview with
■' pr.'LnDGgR « over' >he long-
lsst night, said be is
hie power to Induce
_ ratore to rcorgahhitt
, ^00 ‘boarde.'a* requeited
dilates attorney genkfal.
,vas his opinion, thoit
•board* will be aed-
upon the high chat
Chat it reata with the
|^«s: to assume regulatory
Jc'Jiyc entire ayetem. of food
refusal of Jay Cooker
focd./drjiinletrator for Pfalla-
' y-*,'return to this city from
A'l'and reorganize tba fair
“Irerc, Mr. Heinz exprcised
r thit Mr. Cooke may yet be
fo assume that burden.
(tr. Cooke, in a talk over the
tnce wire last night said ho
in bit determiustion not to
hi* duties as food ad ini d it-
' ,v*r te Over. Saye Cook*
,«r is over,” said Mr. Cooke,
don’t see why I should -Come
he Job of food administrator,
erctl for that office during the
f preaent situation may be sn
or tlic'war. but I can’t Sec
Id get mixed up in it. If
would return and auk me
the work that would bo a
T AST season’s suit still holds together and we can half-
CaI O Alii* C V\ rvfin A *r/M a /\<^ *o nd-«11 ta*«*e *-» *\***«.»m
sole our shoes. And you can still buy a big generous
tin of the jolliest old pipe tobacco that ever came down the
pike, without mortgaging the old homestead. Hooray!
I only way
Good old Kentucky is still growing Velvet’s honest fra-
grant leaf. We’re still ageing Velvet in the wood. Velvet's
just as smooth and mellow and mild as it ever was. The
quality s there and the quantity’s there just the same.
First showing of spring hate at Mrs.
L. W. Barretts.
Take the “cost” out of the “hign cost of living” and what
do you get? Why, “high living” of course. Well, sir, that’s
what Velvet does.
It’s like Velvet Joe says:
tha world's best corn remedy by
Col* Drug Co., and Overton Drug Co.
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi-
culty in urinntir.g, often mean
serious ciuoriici j. The world’s
standard .umc-'y ivr kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid trouble*—
hilng quick relief and often w#*M off
deedly <H*e**e*. Known *e tbe national
remedy of Holland for more then «»
years m droggiete. in three *i*ea
L~Jk tor tkm u»' CoU M«4»' <m every ben
•ad m WimIm
(Too late for last week.)
Jan. 6th.—It has been raining a
good portion of this week. .
Bud Gregg went to Tompkin Sun
Harney Jones igsis been Kick the
past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson have
a very sick baby.
'Monday.' the 11th, ban been se! to
clean off th* ailtool grounds.
J\V. It. Ilitburn and family wete
Stephenvile visitors Saturday.
Walter Gillott has gone to Canyon
to work for the oil people thera .
Newt Johnson of Little Ru k, Ark.
Is visiting his uncle F. A. Joh.ison.
Jjewis Jones and family were via-
“Anybody can tell you how much Velvet costs. But only
yo’ old pipe can tell you how much Velvet is worth. ”
Thert’i goodness knows how
many pipe loads in every tin
of Velvet. Or if you want the
mildest cigarette ever—there’s
45 big ones in every tin.
houao io about to difficult as spy otbrr I
work that 1 keow of.
tar. oi- Inn, aahuolly, ur*
UnwH- oadrr tu» joed ,-miU'oi
■till •object tel
Jan. 13th.—F. A. Johnson has re-
turned home from a trip near Tex
arkana He was accompaired by hit
nephew. ^tlWt Johnson.
School is progressing nicely at this
Ring near Mullln Saturday and Sun-1 Dock Dewitt has moved lo the Ken
dhF edy place. 1 .
Uyd Womack was here Ir mi ton*' Mr AbJe, t, lnovlllR ,0 j „
county Sunday for a visit wl'h bone Stpoud
j Rev J. a Smith made a trip to Port
l,Rav. S*m Jones filled bis rogulsr'lvj.^’ Nst*week'
w j...; 'Gr*i« tnuaical* at th* F. M. Hrawr
1 bemiFtoiit/f^eadat.uIrh.. uro. on^yed-
W. T TltiH-kei MHl -is
appointment at Mullln Saturday and
Miaa Opal Huckahee way inarrie I
Jan. 15th—It continues to rain
this part and the roads are
much worse daily.
Mr. and Mrs. Herschei Jones left
Sunday for Seeley. California,
j Seldon Jones has been a visitor in
this community the past week,
j 'Aprs Yarbrough has gone to teem*
county to uiakc r. crop this year
} Herbert Jones has moved to the
Sam Jones place to reside until Spring
fiknihet Strecener sb«nt Saturday
night and Sunday at the Cook borne
Sunday Is regular preaching day
Io Mr. (’land# Hudson FCday vrftet
Cbristnia: ——^ W. T Tbaekerson Ik preparing tc
■Mr*. D. L Womack left Tuesday to,®0" n*‘MI Harperavill* as soon as th<
visit bar brother near San Antonio tor *r* better,
a few days. She will go from there to j Guthrie Johnson of Rising Star
Seely. Calif., to visit bar son, ftoy for' spent Friday until Monday with his
a few months. father. F. A. Johnson,
fl. iW. Jonas bad th# misfortune to Wfe are still having
hav# bis hossobaid effects and alio weather and th* roods are vary bad
hla food and Nay dertroped by tb* fire R* tag mall only two day* hurt week
Mutt burned tb* depot In Dublin r#- Wilson '(arris of RMag fltor
He «u moring to *»ntb Tw- rm Monday aft*.- a tow
sa«nd kit effect* wore in s car on th* ^ bis aunt. Mr*. T. H, P
TWksruon and other rahthM.
WE CAN SAVE YOU
R. L. O’Brior j ’
m idtmnT WJiresent enirty for
‘Mr. and Mr*. Rhy Andereon are
visiting I’ncl* John Anderson near
Purvis this weak.
The little daughter of H.W. Jones
to** bodily sc added with hot water at
the Grandma Carrol home one day
Tbs young folks enjoyed tb* enter-
tainment at tb* F. A. Johnson homo
Wednesday night, given by Mtosee Ce-
©II and Kiel* Johnson.
•m tha mw MM** ffbUKnory. Mrs.
Barrett st mtsrhagk A Harris Co.
Theo. H. Harrell
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Residence Phone No. 117
Higginbotham Bros. 9t, Co. Ilf
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