The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, June 13, 1924 Page: 2 of 8
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EX-SHERIFF ANDERSON OF HARRIS
COUNTY GIVES TANLAC CREDIT
Man Who Held Public Of-
fice Over 27 Years Says
Medicine Restored His
Health and Strength 5
Years Ago and Has Help-
ed Him Keep Well.
“I said a lq| In pralne of Tanlno
some six years ago, but not liulf
enough. In view of what It (lid for
me," is the high tribute paid the
famous medicine, u few days ago,
by Hon. Archie It. Anderson. ex-sheriff
of Hurris county, Texas, who resides
st 1505 Austin St., Houston.
Mr. Anderson Is unquestionably one
of the best known ami most popular
men that ever held public office in the
“Lone Star” state. After serving as
deputy sheriff of Harris county for 12
years, Mr. Anderson was elected chief
of police of the City of Houston. He
had occupied this office but a short
time when the sheriff of Harris coun-
ty died and Mr. Anderson was then
appointed by the Commissioner’s
Court to serve out the, unexpired term
of sheriff. He was honored with re-
election ns sheriff seven different times
and served the people in this Im-
portant office 15 consecutive years.
In 1012 Mr. Anderson declined re-
The dome-shaped house or Igloo of
the Eskimos contains the nearest ap-
proach to the keyed arch found among
North American Indians.
Say “Bayer”- Insistl
For Pain Headache
Accept only a
t y—Bayer package
whichcontains proven directions
Handy “Bayer” lioxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists
Aspirin Is tb* trade msrk of Bsjsr Manu-
facture of MoDOScallraeldratrr of Kalle/Uocld
election and retired to private life. IIo
eust his lot among the people of Hous-
ton anil Is a large property owner
and foremost citizen of this city.
Speaking further of Ills experience
with Tanluc, Mr. Anderson said:
“Before taking Tanluc 1 was nil run-
down and had no appetite. 1 hud the
worst form of Indigestion utnl could
not eat fried foods or pastries at ull. I
suffered ul| the time from gas on the
stomach, which frequently caused se-
vere pains. 1 also suffered with the
w orst sort of neuralgic pains and noth-
ing seemed to help me only In a tem-
porary way, until I toojs Tunlac.
“Then I read the statement of n
Oeorgtn sheriff, who had been relieved
of troubles like mine. I Just felt like
I couldn’t go wrong hy taking Tnnlac,
and It has done even more for me
than I expected. I felt better after the
llrst bottle and tbe complete treatment
of six bottles made » new and differ-
ent man of me. I never felt better in
my life than J did after tuklng Tnnlac.
And although five years have pnssed
since Tnnlac straightened me up, my
health bus continued good and my
stomach as sound as a dollar to this
good day. I ant glad to endorse Tun-
Inc because It does the work and does
Tanluc Is for snle by all good drug-
gists. Accept no substitute. Over 40,-
000,000 bottles sold.
A Good Argument
Daughter—Billy says he’ll die If I
Father—Let him die, then.
Daughter—Why, papa, don't you
know that lie’s heavily insured in your
SECOND PLACE |
OAWES SHOWS STRENGTH A8 f®
OARK HORSE LIST GROWS;
MANY GET INTO RACE.
iKdltml hy u. OouKlai W trtlrup, Udpur ut lindiu M«rchnndliln« )
Lift Off-No Pain!
"Freezone” on an aching corn, Instunt-
ly that corn stops hurting, then short-
ly you lift It right off with fingers.
Tour druggist sells a tiny bottle of
“Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to
remove every hard corn, soft corn, or
corn between the toes, and the foot
calluses, without soreness or Irritation.
W. N. U., DALLAS, NO. 24-1B24.
WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT
Thousands of women have kidney and
bladder trouble and never suspect It.
Women’s complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con-
dition they may cause the other organs
to become diHeased.
Pain in the back, headache, loss of
ambition, nervousness are oftentimes
symptoms of kidney trouble.
Don’t delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer** Sw*mp-Root, a physician’s pr^-
scription, obtained at any drug store, may
be just the remedy needed to overcorale
euch conditions. a
Get a medium or large size bottle imme-
diately from any drug store.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation, send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co.. Binchamton, N. Y„ for a
sample bottle. When writing, be sure
and mention this paper.—Advertisement.
Those who refuse the long drudgery
of thought, and think with the heart
rather than the head, are ev ; most
The Cutioura Toilet Trio.
Having cleared your skin keep It clear
by making Cutlcura your everyday
toilet preparations. The Soap to cleanse
and purify, the Ointment to soothe and
heal, the Talcum to powder And per-
fume. No toilet table Is complete
LOWDEN ACTION ENDS FIGHT
Hoover, Curtis. Burton, Hyde ana
Warre- Mentioned at Po«*ibla
Cleveland. Ohio — Lowden of Illinois
■tus declined the Republican vice
With apparent finality he annnunc \
ed in a formal statement that he
would not accept the honor If noml- j
Whether he removed himself en- I
tlrely from the situation remains ;
to»be developed Some of those who
have been promoting his candidacy
say he has; others suy he cannot
At any rate. Lowden’s
ment caused one of those kaleidosco-
pic movements so common to the
milling maneuvering of pre-conven-
tion hours Booms which his had
overshadowed took on buoyancy and
dark horse groomers got busy with
L-owden's announcement • came at
a moment when his rapidly ascend-
ing candidacy was being raked fore
and aft with the fire of factional
differences engendered In the politi-
cal affrays of Illinlos. Some of his
most ardent backers declared the
attack, in their opinion, would not
have been fatal but they conceded
that Lowden’s announcement of with-
drawal coming at the same time had
deflated his boom considerably If
There is the possibility that the
major parties for vie* president,
a third party for thrft mutter, may
in fact name a president.
The Dawes people renewed their
efforts The boom for Senator Curtis
of Knsas showed a good deal of ac-
tivity. Word came up from Wash-
ington that Senator Boran of Idaho,
who flatly said he would not accept
the nomination was undecided wheth-
er he might not reconsider The talk
of Secretary Hoover showed a great
deal more activity and some national
By CAPT. H. DE A. DONISTHORPE
The following Is a description of a
simple amplifier for magnifying oscil-
lations of audio frequency, and Is sim-
announce- | P*e by virtue of the fact that no Inter-
tube transformers are employed.
Transformers for tube work, wheth-
?r for low frequency or high frequen-
cy amplifiers, always present a diffi-
culty to those Who desire (,o construct
their own receivers, and infsplte of
the fact that It is now an easy mat-
ter to purchase component parts of
this nature, there still exist a large
Dumber of rudlo enthusiasts who pre-
fer to manufacture their own ap-
The plan of connections of this
circuit Is shown in the diagram, and
the actual arrangement is. of course,
used In conjunction with some form
of tuner, the low frequency and rec-
tified signals for amplification being
led Into the amplifier at tbe Input
terminals A or H.
Resistances 1, 2 and 3 are of a high
or value and should be of the same order
ns tbe effective Internal resistance of
the tubes employed, which ranges
usunll.v about 50,000 ohms.
The resistances 4 and 5 should be
(bout 200.000 ohms each, but this
value Is not so erlttcnl as thut of re-
sistances 1, 2 and 3.
These resistances 'can he of any
type, such as composition rods, or,
then again, they may be made of re-
sistance wire, but if this latter form
Is to be used It Is necessary to wind
committeeman declares that Repre- the name so that there is no Induc-
sentative Theodore E. Burton, the [ tance effect.
keynoter. and temporary chairman
of the convention, had brought en-
Where a rod resistance Is resorted
to particular attention must he paid
couragement for the Hoover forces (0 the method of connecting same to
Yet, Be Sure
To keep young, feel young Is all
right, hut he sure folks understand
your motive when you are cutting up
with him from Washington.
There was renewed talk of Dr.
Marion Leroy Burton, president of
the University of Michigan, who will
place President Coolldge In nomina-
tion. Dr. Burton seemed well up
toward the top of the1 dark horse
list. Governor Hyde ot, Missouri Is
among those too and his candidacy
Is being promoted by Senator Spen-
cer. Representative L J. Dickinson
of Iowa for whom the Iowa dele-
gation has been Instructed, will be
presented to the convention by Sen-
the rest of the circuit to Insure good
contact, otherwise parasitic noises will
result when the instrument is put into
Three small fixed plate condensers
nre Inserted In the circuit In the 6.
7 and 8 positions shown, and should
be about .0003 tnfds. euch. It Is ad-
visable for the dielectric of these
condensers to he of an Insulating
property of a high order, otherwise
the amplifier Is likely to be "noisy,’’
and It is recommended In tills con-
nection that mica insulation he utilized.
The manner In which the amplifier
operates may then be briefly described
The Incoming oscillations produce a
difference of potential between the
grid and filament of the first tube,
which, in turn, produces voltage drops
across the resistances 1 and 2. The
condensers 4 and 5 then permit these
voltage variations In the resistances
to be applied directly across the grids
and filaments of the second and third
tubes, bringing about magnified cur-
rents In tbe anode circuits after the
usual thermionic tube theory.
These condensers serve a secondary
purpose simultaneously and prevent
the establishment of a permanent
voltage due to the “B" battery being
Impressed across the grids and tltu
ments of the tubes.
The third condenser, 6. Is Ingen-
iously inserted to prevent a direct cur-
rent of the “B" battery passing
through the telephones, which would
result In the same being Impaired hy
the permanent magnets becoming de-
The high resistances. 7 and 8,
will be seen, are connected directly
the grid of the second and third tubes
through to the negative pole of the
“A" battery and serve as “leaks.” In
this mannpr an accumulation of nega-
tive electrons on the grids Is not per-
mitted; this effect. If not remedied,
would, of course, result In the elec-
tronic emission from the filaments be-
ing arrested owing to the accumulated
This Instrument will be found to
produce quite excellent results, pro-
viding care he tnken In the selection
of resistances, although It cannot be
said that the amplification so obtained
I* equal to that of an Intertuhe trans-
former arrangement. It will he nec-
essary to regulate the filaments' cur-
rent carefully In order to obtRln the
best results, and the best eonditlon of
sensitiveness will make Itself apparent
when a tap of the first tube results In
a mlerophonlc effect In the telephones.
—New York Sun.
The gullies of jacks, bull und jump-
ing rope were played by the children
of the Romans.
Faint heart that ne'er won fair lady
may have been partial to brunettes.
Fresh, sweet, white, dainty clothes
for baby, if you use Red Cross Ball
Blue. Never streaks or injures them.
All good grocers sell 1L—Advertise
To Reconstruct It
"Tills Is nn old Joke."
“Hitch It up to a new senator."—
Arlil «fhmnch, heartburn and nanaaa ara
enm-ctrd with th* u«o of Wrlvht'a Indian
VV*ftllbl« Pills. 372 Pearl St., N. Y, Adv.
So They Say
“Love is blind."
"But marriage opens many a girl’s
Aound-world Flyer* Negotiate 300
Miles Despite Bad Weather
Honkong.—The three American
filanes which are on an aerial flight
around the world have arrived here
from. Amoy, having made the 300
mile flight in three hours and fif-
The planes reached Hongkong a
half an hour sooner than they had
been expected. A typhoon threat-
ened to break in this neighborhood,
but the storm blew over The rain,
however, Continued and there were
dark lowering clouds which made
Just before 12'30 o’clock the clouds
lifted, and the
Wonderful Volume and Dis-
tance Possible With
This Popular Set
By LEON BI8HOP
Procure any standard make of 180-
degree varlocoupler, rewind tbe stator
with 50 turns of No. 20 double cotton
covered magnet wire. At a point eight
turns from the ground side of the
stator take off a tap which goes to
the antenna. Across this coll connect
a .0005 variable condenser. This con
denser must not he over .0005 In ca-
pacity, but under that value if any
The grid condenser tins n capacity of
( .1(0025 mfd. and the grid leak a re-
loading Plane was sistance of 3 megohms. The bypass
sighted flying low over the harbor. | ^denser Is .002 mfd. The audio fro
followed hy tho two other machines.
We’ve known the tlwo when "rout-
ing was the most tiresome thing we
! over did.
Children Cry for “Castoria”
A Harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups — No Narcotics!
Mother! Fletchers Onstorla has I Food; giving natural sleep without
been In use for overdo years tq relieve opiate*. The genuine bears signature oi
babies and children of ConAtlputlnn,
Flatulency, Wind Colic nnd/Dlarrhon;
allaying Feverishness arising there-
from, and, by regulntfng the Stomach
and itoweN, SMlmilatio* ot
THEY LOOK AT YOUR SHOES!
NO If A
HOME SHOE POLISH JM> WL
Kinds of Shoes Neat and New Looking
Illinois for Bluet, Tan, White, Ox-Blood and Broken Short
SHINOLA HOME SET
For Cleaning and Polishing Shoes
' J**le Dauber dean* around the tolas
Polisher brings tho brilliant Shinola
They had difficulty In discerning tho .
landing' place picked out for them,
three miles off llonkong Island, hut j
the American torpedo boat destroyer !
Paul Jones communicated with the
planes hy heliograph signals, and a i
j shot fired from tho service lighter I
I enabled the aviators to steer for the j
The Governor’s tender, carrying
the Governor, the colonial secretary. (
the American Consul und his wife.
• teamed out*-L° the mooring where
Lieut llowelll II Smith,^%*rfmandnr
of the air squadron. ludWed up Ills
machine The legal representatives '
then, visited each plane to offer any
Poultry Industry Active.
Pisco TexaH Notwithstanding the
fart that Cisco has been operating a
40,(1110 egg hatcher since J*. nary nnd
the fact thut everyone ap^-tirs to !
have gone Into the chicken budness. i
friers are selling at 40 cents a murid
and local grocers nre iisub’le to fli;
• he demand
quency amplifyiifg transformer may he
any of the so-called high ratio types.
The first or detector tube rheostat
should have a resistance of 30 ohms,
while that of the second or amplifying
rheostat should he 10 ohms. The de-
tector tubed! buttery voltage is varia-
ble frdtn 22 to 34 volts. ,
It is Inf >rtnnt that the outside
windings of the secondary on the
audio frequency transformer he con-
nected to the grid, and that the inner
side of the secondary shall be con-
nected to the negative side of the A
battery, and not to the negative side
of the filament.
This circuit, when working properly,
will not only regenerate but will have
a tendency to spill over when rotor
windings become parallel with the
Most of the tuning Is done with the
rotor at almost right nngles to the sta-
tor. This circuit will operate almost
any type of loud speaker with wonder-
ful volume nn any local station within
30 tnP*a °f New York. It Is even pos-
sible to put over loud speaker recep-
tion with stations 1,500 miles distant.
The multl-audi-plex circuit Is not
>nly extremely sensitive but wonder-
The best results are obtained by us*
'ng UV201A tubes.
Following several valuable sugges-
tions these Improvements In the nniltl-
nidl-plex circuit are advised:
Recently a variometer was *<ed In
the plate circuit to produce regenera-
Inn. A much snappier, action may he
ohtulncd hy using a standard varlo-
eoopler, the 180-degree type preferred.
The rotor winding need not he
changed, as thp uvernge varlocoupler
lias a sufficient numlx-r of turns to
produce regeneration over the fre-
quency used In the music hand.
In this current the antenna Is con-
nected eight turns from the ground,
as shown In the'diagram. This elim-
inates a tremendous amount of code
interference, und It will he easily pos-
sible to llrten *o the shorter wave
stations, even through the local Inter-
ference of station WEAF.
It must be remembered when using
the 180-degree typo of varlocoupler
that It may be necessary to reverse
thp connections to the rotor. When
the proper connections are obtained
and the rotor Is turned parallel to the
stntor winding, a terrific screech
should be heard In the phones. In
other words, the best point of tuning
Is arrived at with the rotor at ahput
right angles to the stator.—New York
Aliens’ Despair Turned to Jo
Like shipwrecked survivors on
Already overloaded raft, 1.500 exrl
ed aliens at Ellis Island set up
hoarse cry of despair as they
the steamer Dutllo sailing up tho
bay with a cargo of 500 other Im-
migrants aboard. They were unaware
( f the eleventh hour action of Con-
gress hy which both themselves and
the new-comers would be admitted
Fortunately, Immigration officer*
were already on the way. What
threatened to be a panic turned Into
* festival of Joyi.
Bowels and other
Over Fifty Years
in th* Service of
Ask your neareat
Tablets or Liquid
haarlem oil has been a world-
wide remedy for kidney, liver and
bladder disorders, rheumatism,
lumbago and uric acid conditions.
correct internal troubles, stimulate vital
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KEEP EYES WELL!
Dr. Thompson’* Hyp water will
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Dallas. Tax as
YOU HATE TO LOOK
AT A PIMPLY FACE
There Is perhaps nothing more dis-
tressing to people who are bothered
with them, and surely nothing as dla-
pleuslng to' others who see them, as
pimples, blotches, bumps, rash, scrofu-
la, eczema, “breaking out” and similar
But now that Black and White
Ointment, nnd Soap, are proving to be
so dependable In quickly getting rid of
these diseases of the skin, it seems
foolish for people to neglect using
them and making themselves attrac-
tive to others Instead of being slighted
all the time.
All dealers have Black and Whit*
Ointment, and Soap, In the convenient,
low-priced, liberal packages. The 50e
size Ointment contains three time*
as much as the liberal 25c size.
Belgium Didn’t Think
Much of Bonaparte*
A descendant of the Illustrious fam-
ily of Bonaparte, Miss Blanche Ster-
lelght, Is selling motorcars to “tiros-
poets” In New York. Miss Sterleight
Is n daughter of Mrs. Jerome Bona-
pnrte. The lutter's husband was a
grandson of Joseph, brother ot tho
great Corsican himself. Joseph, was
Napoleon's right hand in the critical
days of the consulate, lie it was who
rushed the grenadiers to the chamber
of deputies' during the revolution wl.,*n
Ids brother was answering •charges of
extravagance In his campaign In
Egypt and Italy. Later Joseph was
awarded the throne qf Spain. An old
Flemish rhyme Inis It that Napoleon
was “a butcher of men.” Louis (king
of Holland) "always broke Ids prom-
ises,” Jerome (king of Westphalia)
"dealt in Ini in” ibid Joseph was (hr
“tyrant of Spain.’’ mg
There Is a-silence of disloyalty ns
well as of loyalty.
i Uver regulator
fc; BLOOD LIVER-KIDNEYS
I‘Die BIG 3# CAN
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Whitmore, R. J. The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, June 13, 1924, newspaper, June 13, 1924; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth592169/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carrollton Public Library.