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WAR ON ENTENTE; . JOINS RU3SIANS Great Army of Reds Said to Be Ready for Battle. LARGE ESTATES ARE SEIZJED Reports Say SeveraJ Regiments of Czecho-Slovaks, inspired by Bol shevist Propaganda, Have Mu- ' tinied and Joined the Reds. Vienna, March 24. —The Hungarian government is reported to have signed a proclamation “acknowledging a state of war between Hungary and the entente powers.” The Karolyi cabinet, according to latest word from Budapest, has been succeeded by anew coalition govern ment, which is joining hands with the Russian troops reported to be march ing into Hungary. The entire country has been placed under a state of siege. All Hungary has turned bolshevist. ■Communists and extreme socialists dominate the new regime. % A great Russian bolshevist army is :reported to be ready between Brody and Stanislau. Several regiments of Czecho-Slovaks, inspired by bolshevist propaganda, have mutinied and gone over to the reds. They are now in Hungary. There is danger, according to dis patches, of the red wave spreading through the ranks of the Czecho-Slo vak army in the south, owing to ex tensive agitation carried on for months by Lenine and his lieutenants. Count Michael Karolyi, before re signing as premier, which office he has held ever since the overthrow of the Hapsburg monarchy, issued a procla mation urging a “world war of the proletariat for justice,” and pleading for support of the Hungarian masses against the decision of the Paris peace congress to occupy Hungary. Pick Chief. Copenhagen, March 24. —Alexander Gorbai has assumed the presidency of ihe Hungary revolutionary govern roetn of workers, peasants and sol diers' councils, with Bela Kun as for eign commissary and Joseph Pogany as war commissary, according to Buda pest dispatches. it is reported that Kun has applied to Lenine for armed assistance against the allied armies, which have occupied the greater part of Hungary for the purpose of putting down the bolshe vik uprising. The formation of the new Hungari an soviet government followed the res ignation of the Karolyi cabinet Friday as a result of the new boundaries be tween Hungary and Roumania fixed at 1 ‘aris. Rioting Begins. Rioting throughout Hungary has ac companied the change in government, according to reports reaching here. In Budapest, which has not as yet been occupied by the allied forces, mobs Saturday stormed the post office and other public buildings and de stroyed the monuments erected to Hon ved heroes. A dispatch from Budapest gives the proclamation of the new Hungarian government as follows: “The proletariat of Hungary from today has taken all power in its own hands. By the decision of the Paris conference to occupy Hungary the pro visioning of revolutionary Hungary be comes utterly impossible. “Under these circumstances the sole means open for the Hungarian gov ernment is a dictatorship of the pro letariat. Seize Ail Big Estates. k "Legislative, executive and judicial authority will be exercised by a dicta torship of the workers, peasants and soldiers’ councils. “The revolutionary government •council will begin forthwith work for the realization of communist socialism. “The council decrees the socializa tion of large estates, mines, big indus tries. banks and transport lines, de clares complete solidarity with the Russian soviet government, and offers to contract an armed alliance with the proletariat of Russia.” “Appeal to People." ‘ The proclamation by Oount Karolyi announcing the resignation of the Hungarian cabiuet. of which lie was the head, after referring to the deci sion of the peace conference at Paris to occupy Hungarian territory, says, according to a dispatch from Vienna: “The entente mission declared that it intends to regard the demarcation line as the political frontier. The aim f further occupation of the country is manifestly to make Hungary the juraping-off ground and the region of operations against the Russian soviet army which is fighting on our frontier. The land evacuated by us, however, is to be the pay of the Czech troops by means of whom the Russian soviet army is to be overcome. “As provisional president of the Hungarian people’s republic, I turn, as against the Paris peace conference, to the proletariat of the world for justice and support.” Calls All Neighbors. Paris, March 24. — The proclamation ( of the new Hungarian government in vites the workmen and peasants ol Bohemia, Roumania. Serbia and Cron* tia to form an a**med alliance against the aristocracy, land owners and djr- HARRY G. HAWKER Nuspnpr UnloiA Harry G. Hawker, holder of tiie British Michelin prize for 1912 for continuous flight of eight hours and twenty-three minutes, and world’s alti tude record in 1916 of 28,500 feet, has come to New Foundland from England with a British plane to attempt the first cross-Atlantic flight. The machine is a Sopwith two-seater biplane with a 375 horse power engine. The fuselage is boat shaped and will support the machine in the water. nasties. It requests also that th< workmen of Austria and Germanj follow the lead of Hungary in break ing off relations with the Paris peace conference. They are requested to rally with the Moscow government and constitute a soviet republic and to resist, arms ic hand, the “imperialist conquerors.” The proclamation says the govern ment will organize an army which will enforce the proletariat's dictates against Hungarian land owners anti capitalists, the Roumanian aristocracy and the Czech bourgeoisie. The document ends by urging each workman and peasant to work in or der to produce vr to enlist in the army. Troops Maintain Quiet. Copenhagen, March 24. —A dispatch from Budapest dated Friday said that at that time order was being maintained by the troops and the Na tional Guard. The revolutionary govornment, il was stated, had issued a prohibition against the carrying of arms, making the penalty for disobedience five years’ penal servitude and a fine ol 50 000 kronen. Other dispatches announce that or der prevails in the country districts around Budapest. Newspapers in Budapest, have ceased publication. Martial Law Declared. Amsterdam, March 24. —When the Hungarian cabinet, headed by Couni Karolyi as provisional president, re signed late in the week, the govern ing party, comprising socialists and cor: munists, proclaimed martial law throughout the entire country, accord ing to a dispatch from Budapest. Under the title of “Hungarian So cialist party” the socialists and com munists have combined and will ad minister the country., Blockade Is Suppressed. Basle, March 24. —The Austrian for eign office has been informed by the Italian armistice commission that the associated powers have decided unani mously to suppress the blockade ol Austria and Hungary, says a semi-offi cial dispatch received here from Vi enna. Advices received here from Vienna are to the effect that the council of ministers has decided to seize provi sionally for the purposes of state ad ministration the real and personal property of the reigning families in Austria, and also of the archdukes liv ing abroad. The incomes from the real estate received will be paid the own ers. * Give Tarnopol to Reds. London. March 24.—The Chronicle’? Copenhagen correspondent says that according to a Berlin message to the. Po-itiken. the Hungarian crisis may affect the whole of Europe. The new government is said to have admitted the Russian Red army into Tarnopol, near the Galician frontier. The Berlin correspondent of the Co penhagen Osketldende says the deci sion for the revolution was taken Fri day afternoon, when the Hungarian government learned the French, Rou rnanian and Czech troops were to oc cupy parts of Hungary in order tc stem bolshevism. According to one story the plans were completed by Russian agents, who were in Budapest ostensibly a? members of the Russian Red Cross but who were acting under orders from Moscow. The new socialist and communist rulers find the machinery of the soviet government ready, but they only nominally will run the machine, the director being Lenine. According to the correspondent quoted, it is rumored a number ol Czech regiments in the north of Hun gary rautined and it is feared the news of what happened in Hungary will have an inflammatory effect in the Czech state, where bolshevism has raised its head more boldly than in any other country outside of Russia. The correspondent concludes the message rather eminously. In Vienna, he says, these events are followed with extreme tension. The populace there ha b shown great patience undei great sufferings, but even the greatest patience can give way. Weak Kidneys Make Weak Bodies • Kidney Diseases Cause Many Aches and Ills of Edgerton People. As one weak link weakens a chain, so may weak kidneys weaken the whole body and hasten the final break ing down. Overwork, strains, colds and other causes injure the kidneys, and gener ally when their activity is lessened, the whole body suffers. Aches and pains and languor and urinary ills frequently come, and there is an ever-increasing tendency towards dropsy, gravel or fatal Bright’s dis ease. When the kidneys tail there is no real help for the sufferer except kidney help. Doan’s Kidney Pills act directly on the kidneys. No need to take the statement of someone living far away as evidence. Here is a case right in thi3 locality. Mrs. Otto Bork, 318 Galena street, Janesville,-Wis., says: “Every once in a while I suffered from attacks of headache. It hurt me to lift anything and I had headache and nervous spells. Doan’s Kidney Pills did me a great deal of good. The nervoas spells left and I was rid of the backache and the pains through my loins.” Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan’s Kidney Pills —the same that Mrs. Bork had. Foster-Milburn Cos., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y, Forgot What He Needed From the Republican, Mt. Giliad, Ohio: The editor had an interesting experience some time ago, when a young gentleman came to this office and asked for a copy of the Morrow County Republican. He scrutinized it carefully when a copy was handed him, and then said: “Now I know!” “What is it you are looking for,” we inquired. “My wife sent me after a bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, and I forgot the name. I went to several stores and the clerks named over every thing in the line on the shelf except ‘Chamberlain’s.’ I’ll try again, and I’ll never go home without Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy.” The Republi can would suggest to the propri etors of stores, that they post their clerks, and never let them substitute. Customers lose fpith in stores where substituting is permitted, to say noth ing of the injustice to makers of good goods and the disappointment of cus tomers. Rules for Success. That which has been done once is easier done the second time. Repeti tion is the only basis of perfection. Patient continuance in well-doing con ducts by a straight path to glory, hon jr and immortality.—Frances E. Wil ard. Bad Taste in Your Mouth When you have a bad taste in your mouth you know that your digestion is faulty. A dose of Chamberlain’s Tab lets will usually correct this disorder. They also cause a gentle movement of the bowels. You will find this to be one of the best medicines you have ever become acquainted with. Tobacco City Meat Market Lyon & Biessman, Prop’s. (Successors to G. W. Nichols) Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh and Salted Meats OYSTERS AND FISH Butchering on Reasonable Terms DR. J. L. HOLTON, DENTIST. Oftloe in the Ladd and Holton BlooM JSdghrton, Wisconsin DR. S. F. SMITH Practice Limited To Diseases of theJEye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and Fitting of Glasses OFFICE OVER Shelley, Anderson & Farm an Store Edgerton, Wisconsin E. M. LADD, Attorney and Coonsellor-at-Law. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE L. D. 'HYLAND DENTIST New Pringle Building Telephone No. 186 EL E. PETERS & SON DEALSKB IN Fresh and Salted Meats, Fish, Oame and Poultry. Butchering Done for Farmers attne foiiowingrat.es: Seeves, per head - . 60c Bwine, per head - 600 Sheep, per head lOc Calves per head lOc Paid Advertisement—Written and publication authorized by the Rock County Goods Association and to be paid for by them at the rate of 15 cents per inch. Road Crisis in Rock County Gravel Roads Have Failed Maintenance cost has reached a point where it will be a financial folly to con tinue with that type of surface on the main routes in Rock County. This statement needs no verification. It is a fact, admitted by everybody who has had occasion to use the roads dur ing the past few weeks. Our experiences this spring are only a repetition of our experiences last spring and the many seasons on beyond that. And yet, costly as those experiences have been, we are facing far more cost ly experiences in the future unless the policy of constructing permanent trunk lines is adopted. It Is Time to Stop Waste It is now proposed to issue bonds for $1,500,000 which, in connection with Federal Aid funds, will cover the cost of building a 100 mile system of Concrete roads. This system will embrace all of the main market highways in the county upon which traffic concentrates as it ap proaches the marketing centers, and where the expense of maintenance is heaviest. The bonding plan does not mean an increase in taxes. It merely provides a way to get capital as needed for contin uous construction in large contracts, and the early completion of the system —be- tween three to five putting into service a type of road that will re quire practically no maintenance, thus permitting the accumulation for bond redemption of funds that are now being wasted on gravel, ROCK COUNTY GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION Headquarters: Janesville, Wisconsin How Great Organization Reduces Cost ARMOUR and Company grew to be a great busi ness institution by saving the things that for merly were thrown away on the farm. Pig bristles on the farm are worthless. Through our meth ods they are utilized in brush making. Certain glands in hogs, once thrown away when the farmer did his own killing, are now made into medicinal preparations of high value. Even the hoofs and bones are turned to commercial use. Each of these products is useful, adds something to life, health or comfort. Edibim Pork Product* Loins Tails Shoulders Kidneys Tenderloins Snouts Pork Tips Brains Spare Ribs Heads Hocks Slip Bones Trimmed Neck Sweetbreads Bones Feet Boston Style Bans Butts Livers Cala Butts Hearts •Blade Butts Neck Fat Neck Ribs Melts Ham Butts Tongue Rough Sides Back Bones Hams Knuckles inmdtbU Stearin Blood Meal Lard Oil Meat Meal Grease Curled Hair Glue Bone Flour Tankage Covers for Glaes Leather Stoppers Bone Charcoal Lard Containers Phosphate of Sausage Casings Lime Bristles for Granulated Bone Brushes The farmer shares in the re turns from all these products. If it were not for the size of this organization and the fa cilities for transforming every COMPANY CHICAGO Building without a bond issue will mean building by piecemeal at an esti mated cost of $2,000,000. Building with bonds means building by wholesale, with the resultant saving in time and money that always comes with the operation of construction on a large scale. Building without bonds and continu ing with gravel means a repetition of construction and repairs at an inevitable expense of more than $2,000,000 with in 20 years —the peiiad provided for the payment of bonds —and still have no roads. Building with bonds means that we will have the new roads within 5 years, with repair waste stopped and accumu lated savings started with which to meet bonds and interest as they fall due. By adopting a policy of permanent construction on main roads, better main tenance will be provided for all other roads connecting with the trunk lines. It will also result in concentration of traffic on the trunk line system to the relief of the secondary system. In that way only can direct and lasting econom ic benefits accrue to everybody. Big days are ahead for our county — the greatest we have ever had. Facto ries are coming to our towns and cities, and this means a greater market for our farm and dairy products. Let’s clear the way to and from our growing markets with permanent roads. We’ve tried other types long enough. Your vote and the votes of your neighbors will be a great help. Don't Forget That We Vote on April Ist usable ounce of the hog,, the packer would either have to charge the public more for pork or buy hogs from the grower at a lower figure. The value of anything de pends upon its ultimate use fulness. It is only because concerns like Armour have been developed to secure the utmost utility out of the live stock they buy that it is pos sible to pay farmers more for their animals and yet provide food for the public at true value levels. With large volume it be comes possible to make the heavy investments in machin ery and equipment necessary to develop new processes and new products. Often it costs hun dreds of thousands of dollars in research and experiment be fore a single pound of same new product can successfully be put upon the market. Such preliminary work is usually be yond the scope of institutions which lack these facilities. It is in this way that the fundamental benefits of big business are made available to the public. It is a service that both saves for you and adds to your comfort and health. Tou can continue to enjoy this service and aid in extend ing it still further by serving Armour Oval Label foods eat your table.