Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, March 26, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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IS CHILD’S LAXATIVE
Look at tongue! Remove poleone
from stomach, liver and
Accept “California" Syrup of Figs
only—look for the name California on
the package, then yon are sure your
child is having the best and most harm-
less laxative or physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels. Children
love its delicious fruity taste. Full
directions for child's dose on each bot-
tle. Give it without fear.
Mother I You must say “California."
Didn't Know He Sang.
A Nashville young woman employed
in a music store in Indianapolis tells
“One day a lady came into the
store to buy some music, and after
I had played several pieces to her, I
told her I would play one of Caruso's.
After I had played the piece, she said:
‘Crusoe, Crusoe; why 1 have heard a
great deal about him and Friday, buf
I never knew that he sang."
HURRYI YOUR HAIR
Get rid of every bit of that ugly
dandruff and atop fall,
Black-Draught Highly Recom-
mended by Illinois Man for
Liver and Stomach Disor-
ders.—Used It for Fif-
8lngerton, 111.—“For fifteen yearn
we have used Thed ford's Black-
Draught, and have not as yet found
anything that could take Its place,"
writes Mr. W. F. Rister, of this town.
“I have used it for indigestion a num-
ber of times, and it gives relief,"
continues Mr. Rister.
"For sour stomach, a heavy, bloated
feeling, It is splendid. And when the
liver gets torpid, so that when you
stoop and raise up suddenly you feel
diszy, a few doses will set you straight.
“W e keep It and use for consti-
pation and the above troubles, and
find It most satisfactory. I can recom-
mend It to others and gladly do so.
For the number of years I have used
Black-Draught now, I ought to know."
In Its 70 years of usefulness, Thed-
ford's JJlack-Drnught has relieved
thousands and thousands of persons
suffering from the results of a dis-
ordered liver. And. like Mr. Rister.
many people feel that, after using
Black-Draught nothing cun take its
If you haven’t tried Black-Draught
ret a package today.
Nearly every druggist keeps It.
IURY CONVICTS T. H. TREATY GOES BACK
NEWBERRY AND AIDS TO THE PRESIDENT
UNITED STATE8 SENATOR FROM
MICHIGAN MUST SERVE TW>
YEARS AT LAVENWORTH
Grand Rapids. Mich.—Truman H.
S'ewberry. senitJi from Michigan, has
leen convicted by a jury of having con-
iplred criminally In 1918 to violate the
ilectlon laws. He was sentenced by
fudge C. W Sessions to two years' 1m-
jrlsonment and fined $10,000 He wae
’cleared on bond pending an appeal
»nd at once issued a statement declar-
ng his intention to retain his seat in
he senate unless that body decides
ith-rwise or the supreme court up-
lolds his conviction.
Sharing the senator’s fate were his
jrother, John 8. Newberry, and 15
yimpaign managers. Including Freder-
ick Cody. New York, and Paul H.
King, Detroit. Both received the limit
Charles A Floyd, Detroit, was also
sentenced to two years, but he wae
tned only half as much as Newberry.
The brother was fined $10,000 and wae
>ne of the four not sentenced to Leav-
snworth. The lightest sentence went
■° George S. Ladd of Sturbridge, Mass.,
ind he was fined $1,000.
RATIFICATION FAILS IN SENATE;
TREATY ISSUE THHOWN INTO
state aid is given
MORE RURAL SCHOOLS
Total of 3,000 Out of 5,000 Applications
Have Participated in Appropria-
Not Hie Job.
"Is this all you have got to eat?" tha
traveler asked dejectedly as he looked
over the couuter display In the railroad
"Oh, I haven't got to eat It, thank
goodness,” the attendant responded,
earnestly. "I only have to sell it”—
The Home Sector.
Roman Eye Balsam Is an antiseptic oint-
ment, applied externally and not a "wash."
It heals the inflamed surfaces, providing
Most wo: .en would rather be flat-
tered than praised.
To stop falling hair at once and rid
the scalp of every particle of dandruff,
ret a small bottle of "Danderine" at
any drug or toilet counter for a few
centa, pour a little In your hand and
rub well Into the scalp. After several
applications all dandruff usually goes
and hair stops coming out Every hair
In your head soon shows new life, vigor,
brightness, thickness and more color,
No Place to Go.
O'Hara stood surveying the body of
his friend, lying In state. Then he be-
gan to stulle.
“What Is there funny about It?” de-
manded an outraged friend.
“ 'Twits only last week us Clancy
was saying to me how there ain't no
heaven and no purgatory. An’ here
he lies now, poor dlvll. all drlssed up
and nowhere to go."—The American
Just say to your grocer Red Cross
Ball Blue when buying bluing. You
will be more than repaid by the re-
sults. Once tried always used. 5c.
No great man ever minds stooping
If Constipated, Bilious
or Headachy, take
If You Need e Medicine
You Should Hate the Best
. you ever stopped to reason whv
It >■ that so many products that are ex-
tensively advertised, all at once drop out
of tight and are aoon forgotten? The
resoon is plain—the article did not fulfill
the proiuiaea of the manufacturer. Thia
applies more particularly to a medicine.
A medicinal preparation that has real
curative value almoat sells itself, as like
an endless chain syst
recommended by thos
Austin, Texas.—At the instance of
fiss Annie Webb Blanton, stale sun-
trlntendent of public instruction, the
date board of education has extended
lid to 1,500 rural schools whose ap-
plications had been pending and
which would close unless funds were
forthcoming at this time, Instead of
iiext month, the time for the regular
meeting of the state board.
According to Miss Blanton, nearly
5.000 schools have asked for aid out
>f the rural appropriation of $2,000,-
)00 and aid has now been granted to
approximately 3,000. There are 40
counties yet to be visited and checked
ap by state supervisors, but Miss
Blanton recommended that aid be
granted conditioned that these schools
meet the state's requirements.
If. upon Inspection, It Is found that
my schools have not complied with
regulations, their allowances will be
canceled and withdrawn.
Feel bully 1 Be efficient! Don’t stay
sick, bilious, headachy, constipated.
Remove the liver and bowel poison
which is keeping your head dizzy,
your tongue eoated, your breath had
and stomach sour. Why not spend a
few rents for a box of Cascarets and
enjoy the nicest gentlest laxative-ca-
thartic you ever experienced? Cas-
carets never gripe, sicken or Incon-
venience one like Salts, Oil, Calomel
or harsh Pills. They work while you
an endless chain system the remedy is
recommended by those who have been
benefited, to those who are in need of it.
A prominent ’druggist saya “Take for
example Dr. Kilmer’s Pwamp Root, a
preparation I have sold for many years
and never hesitate to reeommend. for in
almost every case it shows excellent re
suits, as many of my customers testify.
OMM kidney remedy has so large a
According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who have
used the preparation, the suocesa of Dr
Kilmer s Swamp Ront is due to the fact
so many people claim, that it fulfills al
most every wish in overcoming kidney,
liver and bladder ailments; corrects uri
natT troubles and neutralizes the uric
acid which cause* rheumatism.
Why Hs Wanted Strong Onst.
"Gimme three cigars," ordered
O'Rourke, shoving u quarter across the
"Htrong ones or mild?"
"Gimme the strong ones. The weak
wans is always bustin’ in ine pocket"
—The American I<eglnn Weekly.
Cutlaura for Pimply Faces.
To remove pimples and blackhead!
smear them with Cutlcura Ointment
Waah off Id five minutes with Cutl-
cura Soap and hot water. Once cleat
keep your akin dear by ualng them foi
dally toilet purposes. Don’t fall to !»
dud# Cutlcura Tfclcum,—Adv.
First Media tile—’Working today?
Second Mechanic—Yep. This Is an
off tiny with me.
Important to Mottiern
Examine carefully every bottle of
OASTYUtlA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that It
In Dee for Over 80 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher’s Cantoris
Some of the stones that don't roi
don’t gather moss because other* us-
Uiem for stepping stones.
’I cu may receive a sample bottle of
bwamp-Koot bv Parcel* po«t. Addre**
I>r. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y..
and enclose ten cent*; a!*o mention thie
paper. Large and medium »ire bottle*
for sale at nil dmr store*.—Adv.
Makes a Difference.
“My wife is making it hot for mo
been use I won’t give her the pin
money she wants.”
“But you ought to give your wife
“Grout Scott, man, the pln'she wants
this money for Is a dlutnond one.”
RUB RHEUMATISM OR
SORE, ACHING JOINTS
Rub Pain Right Out With Small
Trial Bottle of Old "St
Rheumatism la “pain" only. Not
one case In fifty requires Internal
treatment. Stop drugging. Huh sooth-
ing, penetrating “Ft. Jacobs Oil" right
Into your sore, stiff, sehlng Joints and
muscles, and relief comes Instantly.
“Rt. Jacobs OH" Is a harmless rheu-
matism cure which never disappoints
■nd cannot burn the skin.
Limber up I Quit eomplslnlng! Get
■ small trial bottle of old, honeat
“St. Jacobs OH" at any drug store,
and In Juat a moment you'll be free
>om rheumatic pain, soreness, stiff-
ness and swelling. Don’t suffer! Re-
lief awaits you. “Ft. Jacobs Oil” has
cured millions of rheumatism sufferers
In the last half century, and la Just as
good for sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago,
The Way So Do It.
"I wish I knew how to kill time."
"Why don’t you Join an umatou
ODUKlool society V
LLOYD GEORGE SAYS
TURKS WILL GET JUSTICE
Why Should Turkey Escape, He Asks
Delegation That Protests Peace
London.—Premier Uoyd George in
llseussing the Turkish question with
thg Indian Caliphate delegation, head-
ed by Mohammed All, who declared
that Turkey should have all her pre-
war territory restored The premier
replied: ”1 do not understand, Mr.
Mohammed All, to claim Indulgence
for Turkey; she claims Justice, and
Justice she will get Austria has had
Justice: Germany has had Justice-
pretty terrible Justice. Why should
"Turkey thought she had a feud
wlih u*. Why did she come and try to
stab and destroy liberty throughout
the woild while we were engaged in
this life and death struggle?
"Is there any reason why we should
apply a different measure to Turkey
than we have meted out to the chrls
tian communities of Germany and
Washington—The peace treaty with
Germany has been rejected in tha
United States senate.
Not only did the senate vote its re-
Jectlon by seven more votes than were
required, but passed a resolution re-
turning the document to the presi-
dent. 8o it is no longer before this
body and nothing more can be done
with it until R is resubmitted by the
It is stated that one time during tba
controversy between President Wil-
son and the senate majority he
threatened to send Senators Lodge
and Knox to Germany to negotiate a
treaty if the one he brought to them
should be rejected, and while this was
taken at the time as a sardonic bit
of sarcasm, something of the sort Is
now an actual posslbiiity.
The vote of rejection was 36 to 4$
To ratify the treaty with 84 members
present would have taken a vote of
56 to 38. It was rejected the first
time on Nov. 18, last, 41 to 51. Then
but seven democrats voted for the
treaty, plus the Lodge reservations.
This time 20 democrats voted with
Senator Lodge Twenty-three stood
by the president and with 12 republi-
can irreconcilables made up the total
that rejected the treaty
The motion to send the treaty back
to the president was rushed through
in order to Insure that it should be
out of the senate definitely. It served
Its purpose directly, as well as indi-
rectly, for a motion lo reconsider the
rejection of the treaty made by Sena-
tor Robinson of Arkansas was ruled
out of order.
Promptly an effort was made to get
to work on the Knox resolution that
-aims to declare peace with Germany
without the formality of a treaty—an
expedient the legality and practicality
of which is questioned on both sides
of the senate.
PREVAIL IN BERLIN
Nearly All the Revolutionary Troops
Leace City, But Disorder Continue.
Berlin.—Berlin has not yet succeed-
ed in emerging from the chaos Into
which it was thrown when Dr. Wolf
gang Kapp and his associates, by a
coup d'etat, took over the government
a week ago. Although most ail,
not all, of the troops which formed
the backbone of the revolt have left
the city proper, dlaorders continue
In addition to further shooting, in
which a number of persons were kill-
ed or maimed In front of the Hotel
Adlon, three officers were shot dead
and one officer was mortally wounded
by members of the security police
stationed at the guardhouse at the
Brandenburg gate. The police order-
ed an automobile bearing the officers,
who were reported to have been mem-
bers of the Baltic force which Invad-
ed Berlin, to halt. Thereupon
crowd surrounded the car and the
officers opened fire with revolvers on
Five million people -.
use it to KILL COLDS
■taadard ceil remedy far M years
tablet lone eel*, sere, so
i e eeM la 14
New York.—Trapping for furs in
Tanada has become more remunera-
tive than gold digging because of the
high prices paid for raw furs, accord-
ing to Information received by fur men
here from Commissioner R, c Wal-
lace, administrator of northern Mani-
toba. Although most of the surface
development for the ore is done in the
winter. It was stated, many miners
have abandoned the pick and shovel
.or traps and snow shoes.
Socialists to Start Newspaper.
Dallas.—At a recent meeting of Dal-
/as socialists arrangements werfc made
for the publication of a socialist news
paper In this city The paper will be
known as 'The Workers’ Call ” An
editorial committee, composed of six
local members of the socialist party,
was appointed al the meeting. This
committee will have direct control of
the paper, Including tha selection of
Expert From Australia Hera.
Dallas.—V. C. Williams, expert for
the Australian department of agricul-
ture, has arrived In Dallas to study
tick eradication methods as practiced
In this country He will remain about
a month, visiting aorth Texas coun
Fort Worth Man Heads Geologists.
Dallas.— The American Association
of Petroleum Geologists elected Wal-
lses Pratt of Fort Worth president at
the concluding session of the conven-
tion In this city. A W McCoy of
Bartlesville, Ok, was elected vice
president and Charles E Decker of
Norman, Ok., was're-elected secretary
and treasurer of the association. Dr.
Raymond C. Moore of Lawrence, Ken.,
was elected editor of the bulletin of
the American Association of Petro-
OF NEW REVENUE DISTRICT
CapL Scott Reed of Groesbeck Recom-
mended by Both Senators for
Washington.—An executive order
has been approved by President Wil-
son reestablishing the second Inter-
nal revenue districts in Texas, abolish-
ed some ten years ago, the headquart-
ers of which will be In Dallas. In
order to keep within the law, which
allows only 64 districts In the United
States, an order was issued March 11
combining two districts in Virginia.
Senators Culberson and Sheppard
have recommended the appointment
of ( aptain Scott Reed of Groesbeck
an the new collector, and this Is now
before the president, with the approval
of the treasury department. Captain
Reed served overseas with a Texas
PEACE TERMS OPPOSED
BY TURK NATIONALISTS
Foreign Interference and Partitioning
Of Turkey Will Be Resisted.
Constantinople— Leaders of tba
Turkish nationalists from Aterbaijan
lo Palestina seem to be co-operating
In a movement to oppose allied pro-
posals for a peace unfavorable to Tur-
key. Men closely associated with
Mustapha Kernel, leader of the nation
alista, have been skillfully promoting
opposition lo all foreign Interference
it la asserted, and the Arabs, Kurds
and other tribes are said to be aligned
with forces planning to checkmate any
movement on the part of the entente
looking to the partitioning of the
Lord Mayor of Cork Assaoalnated.
London,— The l.ord Mayor of Cork
was shot dead Friday. The revolver
was fired by a masked pert,on, whose
identity is unknown.
Reg U. S.Pat. Off.
A convenient, safe
By Taking Lydia E. Pink-
Lam’* Vegetable Compound.
Many Such Ca*e*.
rilllMllllfUllillimilllllll I would have to be
operated on. Tfiad
* bad displacement
My right side would
pain me and I waa
ao nervous I could
not bold a glass of
water. Many times
I would have to atop
my work and alt
down or I would fall
or. the floor in a
faint. I consulted
several doctors and
every one told me the same but I kept
fighting to keep from having the opera-
tion. I had read so many times of L vdia
E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound and
i t helped my sister se I began taking it
I have never felt better than I have
since then and I keep house and am able
to do all my work. The Vegetable Com-
pound la certainly one grand medicine.”
~Mr*J- R- Matthews, 8811 Sycamore
Street, Cairo, DL
Of course there are many serious cases
recommended when medicine in many
cases is al! that is needed. 7
t if *2? ,Pec*al advice write ta
Mats Street Mew York
Company, Box *«S. Walt.ro, Oklahoma.
Rich-Tone is a friend
of the Weak
“ft Hu Made Me Strong ami Well
A**in.”— Say* J. R. Martinez.
He writes. “lUrb-Teae to • w<»4rr.
fer pnople wb. «re week
**' Mcfatag ta dfw, aa4 all these whs
****** *• «t re Bigth u4 iimuimj
*w»a me «f eJtaSsg&S wtaikN M
•ad tain new energy
m^k-Toa. makes mere red eorpasclee.
'—rivals* eed purifying; (hr blue*. It
•» o/ tbs eleme... «S« m„
-Of—Oo meet la maletelele* Ilrfaxlli
eed Vlver. Rlrh-Tenc rretu Ibr tired
. rr"*rr» appatlt,. tadoeea
f*' 1 * **vee yen all thos.
W— -™» enerwy end well-
* b-ttle teday—enly fl-OS
at all drn* atoree.
A. B Richards Medicine Co.. Sherman, Texas
A. Ragland. Freeldent. Italia*. Tern.
"THE SCHOOL HI Til A KKPUTATION."
? toothing. IioalIng. imo^trat-
ing remedy Uk»« all of the mart- L
ing !>•»■ out of bum. ucaldF. rut*. \
UpralM etc., and quickly heal- f|,e^
injury <iet a Me or 70c bottle today
from your druggist .
Clear Baby’s Skin
Soap and Talcum
Seep 25*. Oietamt 25 uJ SOc. TdoaSc.
The METROPOLITAN tp* 1
ST In Team i
(or full Information.
emaful operation THIRTT-Ywo TEARS—«
itandi FIRST In Taxa* a* a THOROUGH
ind RELIABLE Commercial School. Wrlto
mar saw ano mv mornra - /ofjo'aeo*
Japan Ready for 8hantung Agreement
Toklo.—ft is understood hare that
the RnverDiUent has Instructed Yu-
klchl Obata, the Japanese minister in
Pekin,*to begin negotiations imme
dlately for a speedy settlement of the
1511—Tliey any those fortune tellers
make n lot of money.
Dlx—Naturally. It Is by Its nature
- business of prophets, you know.—
ANY WOMAN CAN DYE
AND KEEP IN STYLE
-Diamond Dye a" Turn Faded, Shabby
Apparel Ant# New.
Bunt worry about perfect results
Ooe "Diamond Dyea," guaranteed te
ff*r* • new, rich, fadeless color to any
fnbrtc, whether It be wool. silk, linen,
cotton or mixed goods — dresses,
Mouses, stockings, aklrta, children's
coat a, feathers—everything!
Direction Book In package telle bow
to diamond dye over any color. Te
rate* any material, have deoifr show
you “Diamond Dye" Oolor Canl—Adv.
Fo«J* occasionally find opportuni-
ties, but wise men make them.
Ceremonies differ, but true potltn-
nesa u ever the same.
Retains stale diseoms. Price
75c at drnselsta. or direct from
Al.SiatawSt Muss Ct..ttaiaa.Taa.
Fir over half a century ML
TUTTS LIVER PILLS have been
•old for the liver.
Bead the feilewlag from a wwmh
ol >*rty-*iflll: “* *“»• I>H.
TLTT'S PILLS tar Bowel regula-
tion many years. I am now con-
vlnced that they are also the heat
Imowo regulator tor other retard-
ed female funetfoua. I have told
maanrof my friends and now owns
would he without them. A tew
daya be'ero, mJ you are all rfgM."
„ (VrC Irritated, Inflamed cu
R t-Yt-J Granulated, use Murtns
Soothes. Refreshes. Sofa tag
infant or Adult At all Druggists. Write f«
free Ere Book. Rtaaa ryTEmsfy Co, CUug
She Made a Distinction.
Nothing could be of finer distinction
than thut drawn by the woman of
whom her uttorney nsked this ques-
“You wish to divorce your husband?
You cannot agree? In what way doe*
your Incompatibility of teiniierument
“Oh. I wlali to get divorced and bo
For true blue, use Red Cross Rail
Blue. 8a#*y-whlte clothe# wtU bo
aura to retult. Try It and you will g|.
waya use It. All good grocers have It
"IHd the doctor you went to fig up
thut swelling all right?”
"Bure; he pui It In the hill."
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