"There is no disease that should cause more anxiety in the
home than Bronchitis, for if neglected in the earlier stages it
often becomes chronic and may even prove fatal.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is the medicine for this disease,
and if given in regular doses will relieve the cough, case the
pain, remove the difficulty in breathing and produce a free and
easy expectoration, thus reducing the inflammation.
Old people, and those who have weak lungs, cannot be too
careful in guarding against this disease.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
strengthens the throat and lungs and makes them less susceptible
to changes of the atmosphere. In fact, the use of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will prevent an attack of Bronchitis becoming
For Anything Lost, Strayed or Stolen
Young and Sullivan Detective Agency
All work guaranteed. Everything strictly confidential. Office open
| from 8 a.m. to 12 m.; 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Call 1621 any time at night.
Have our own car and never sleep. Always on the job.
YOUNG & SULLIVAN.
The South Must
There will be widespread *■ il't'cring 1ti the South before the
year ends,if food eropa are not It uvilj increased. Tlte only way
to avert the impending calamity is for every farmer to raise plen
ty of food for man and beaut.
A'arming conditions confront ns as the result of war. The
South has been fed largely from the West, but this year we must
feed our elves, because the government veil take the Western
food supply for the armies.
On the average one-horse farm in the South ‘.here Mould be
planted in 1917. D acres in corn and velvet beans. acres in cow
yeas for hay, to be followed by winter isitnot exceeding 10
acres In cotton; 5 acres In peanuts to bo crushed lor oil or grazed
down by hog-; 1 1-2 acres In swept potatoes to be followed by
winter cover crops; 1 1-2 acres in alfalfa or erimsou clover cow
peas or soy beans; one aero lu rape, oais. vetch, cow peas or soy
beans; one acre In truck crops, followed by hay or grazug crops
for hogs ,10 acres should be si t aside for pasturage for rows and
hogs; one-half acre in orchards and one-half acre in gulden. This
V -ay be changed to suit lo- al conditions.
|jj||^Jpnited i&tutes Department of Agriculture,
farm demonstration agents, is cvoiivri ing u tbi movement mid
you can pot any assistance mid any practical suggestions you may
need from Nic nearest farm demon strait ion agent.
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Sentinel-Record Wanft ds Bring Results.
BY NEW YORK'S ASSISTANT DIS
TRICT ATTORNEY, MEMBER OF
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Family o* Dead Man Resent Former
Publications — Miss Alice Baxter,
Former Hot 'Springs Girl, Sends Let
ter and Asks Publication,
A IrIter with enclosure was re
fi ivMl In ear y April from Miss Allen
M. Itaxier, well known actress and
I former Hot Springs girl who requested
'relatives here to have it published.
'Ill's h>is been under cons id oration and
hus been decided it would be util
i Just lo the name of the dead man, who
cannot speak in his own defense, and
whose widow, four little, children, aged
lather and mother, sisters and broth
cis desire to clear his name of any
tigma enemies would have placed
upon it. The deceased was to have
I rosecuted the ca e which was on the
spring docket, hot was called by thu
death angel before that time, expiring
from hemorrhage of the brain, brought
about by worry over t lie false slander,
so his family assert.
\n extract from the letter from Mb's
llaxter to her re’ative here, say.--; ”1
nm enclosing a copy of a letter the
District. Attorney of New York wrote
to Dorothy when George died. His suit
against the New York World for the
false statements printed about hhn
was on the spring calendar, but w>e
ere told now that his estate cannot
prosecute e libel ca-e. Ho, his naim£
must go undefended. Such an unjust
law -that a man’s name can't be
cleared of scandal after death—espec
ially when (hat scandal killed hl-in!
That we know. So, the enclosed let
ter from Mr Thompkins is the only
evidence we hove now lo show that
they were fai*e. 1 am sending you a
copy <o you cau show it to anyone
whom you think may rememlter the
article the Hot Springs paper printed.
Perhaps they- would be glad to print
this letter (Tompkins). It was writ
ten for publication. And the, New York
papers will publish it."
The Enclosed Letter.
District Attorney’s Office.
County of iN’ew York. Mar. 23. TtM7.
My Dear Mrs. 'Baxter: The new*
of Mr. Baxter's ~ ridden deoth shocks
me. Please accept for yourself and
your* my sympathy in these dark
hours had and yet to come.
Because of any position a Assistant
Di.trict Attorney and nvy membership
on the Board of Trustees of the Amer
ican Defense Society, the impression
went abroad that the District Attor
ney Mould moke an Investigation of
the relations existing betveen 'Mr. Bax
ter and the Society. There Mas never
the slightest foundation for such an
Impression if was never suggested by
anyone—and never dreamed of l>v me
The unfortunate incident which
brought about the severance of rela
tions was regretted by all who knew
Mr. Baxter, of whose work for the
Society i heard only words of praise.
My sympathy for you and yours ts
the keener because of the fact that
Mr Baxter has passed out before he
could legally meet and brand as false
the outrageous attacks made against
him by certain news|>apers.
i Signedi DHABI E J. TOMPKINS.
Mr George Baxter. Ilarmon-ondlud
son. N. Y.
it Is remembered here tbut Mr. Bax
ter -made uimodiate reply, thongs
quit© Ml at the time, denouncing tii
1 ubltshcd New York uewspapi at
tides a- a conspiracy worked up for
Uoliticnl purpo'es by political enemies
f the administration when President
W 1 mi was in tlie midst of IBs cam
a'gn for re-election Mr Baxter said
tat he would not join in tile con
piraev and that they soughi to dis
credit him Mr. Bnxt'-r M-a- quite
< he* rful over the prospect of winning
lii. Met, which M-as on the spring
epi «q of court, but worried over the
uj i ritieism end unpleasant noto
liet.v given him and farn iy
NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice i- hereby given tliui ti. au
uina! stockholders’ meeting of the e
into Hotel Companv will be held at
tne office of the Majestic Hotel.
Thursday. May tl, Hi 17 ut 11 a in ,
lor the election of a hoard of diree
tors to serve for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may lawfully ionic before
HARRY A .TONES. Pres.
SAFETY FIHSt—THEN CREDIT
CALL Merchants' Association. 1107.
Advt. 11-29 tf
Our Bulgarian Buttermilk is making
Hot S mug" famous. Wo got $10.00
tor two uuart* shipped !o New Or
leans. We are designers of Bulgarian
kettles and equipment We have two
kettles in use and slopping two to
New Orleans designed uy us amt man
iifadured by S ,J. Cothran with The
I lamp Wdl'auia Hardware Co.
P«rr«*l P«**« if PrW fl. ..r 3 bvitlM
THE EVANS Cht'rticAL CO.. CINCINNATI. O.
The Latest Erected on the U. S. Reservation. Strictly Fire
Proof and Sanitary.
SUPERIOR RAJH HOUSE
Tile Floors, Marble Partitions, Hot water Direct to the bath tubs with
out coming in contact with the air being cooled in radiator under a fan
thereby retaining the gases.
Air in Bath and Cooling Rooms Changed Every Ten Minutes.
The Public Cordially Invited to Make Inspection. W. W. PRESTON, Manager
OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS
IN PATH OF STORM
FROM SECTIONS HEARD FROM
DENNISON SEEMS TO RE THE
Dallas, Texas. April 117.—Southern
Oklahoma .and North Texas were vis
ited with a heavy rain, wind and elec
trical -storm tills evening and, accord
ing to early reports, the property dam
age in North Texas will probably
leach several hundred thousand dol
ors. No loss of life lias been report
ed. Several of the smaller towns are
isolated from wire communication,
however. Denis, near the Oklaho
ma line, reports property damage of
The storm struck Dallas about P
i'clodk, the r-iiit falling In torrents for ,
thirty minutes. No damage was re
ported as there was little wind.
O' nison reported a heavy wind I
storm from the west, which later
veered to the northward, carrying
town wires and poles and many small
nr*house- before 't. The. wind "dtp
ted" in places, taking the form of a
twister.'1 St Patrick's Catholic
•Imrch and the hoys’ Catholic school
very- blown from their foundations and
i one-story brick building caved in by
he wind. Other buildings suffered
non* or le-s damage. At !> oclock the
drerts r.f DcnHon were reported Hood
'd with water and heavy rum still
ailing. Wire service too the nrtli
card from Denison Into Oklahoma is
epor ed completely demoralized.
flainesyillo, Texas, was also isolaf
»d at 10 o'clock, the last word from
hat point being a message to the As
ioC'iated Press Inquiring for mforma
ion i oncernlng tbi* “storm damage in
The rain was general over North
jnd Northwest Texas
GAINESVILLE, TEXAS. IN
THE STORM'S PATH,
Property Damage Will Probably Reach
Several Hundred Thousand Dollars.
uHiiifM Mb', Texas, April 27.—'Rail
road and wire communication in North
mi Texas and Southern Oklahoma
was paralyzed several hours th'a eve
dug i-\ a severe wind, rain and eler
'ideal storm, which did property dam
iir'' that proliubly will reach several
bundled thousand dollars. Many s-mall
r towns and remote sections have
ot been heard from. No loss of lite
is been reported
1'lie storm, -whirl] struck Gainesville
it fi o’clock, had decreased in intensity
when t reached Dallas anu Fort
W-irtli where heavy rain -till was fail
les ■«’ midnight. acconvpanied by an
cVctr'cnl disturbance, hut little wind.
The w nil. whh h reached proper
t mis of a small tornado in the sections
rtlier north, had apparently turned
it a northerly direction a:'t°r havins
truck Pen l son. and late tonight had
seemingly ‘pent 11 force in Southern
['U’ahoma without doing grrvit damage.
At Game v 11 e lighting ruck a !>7.
Q0-barrel crude oil tank owned hv lie
IT* diw-orw’ OH Refinery, setting it
ifire At midnight the tire was still
I liming The loss her,, will reach
ihotlt $N0.ntin Dozens cf small out
houses were blown down Heavy
latrtage Is feared at Muenster. I.iml
■■ay and St .To. where heavy hull is
reported ;o- have accompanied the
l«rte report- said the damage else
where along the Texas-Oklalv tna line
-volt d probably approximate llaU. ooft.
with many sections yet to be heard
Shortly before midnight railroad
traffic was reported to have begun
moving again but nil trains were run
ning lati ow'ng to swollen streams
ind demoralized wire service.
The only Oklahoma point affected
heard from late tonight was iaiw
[on. where it was said there had been
little or no damage
Pi* Jdgjrets Goioijd np tea for
making Iced t»>* This tea Is pro
cured only from the early flowery
picking*, which 1n this country l*
found In bit few of the moat exclusive
itores, and then at prices varying
firom $8.00 to $5.00 a pound. Price
$1.00 a pound. For sa.e by rt G. Mor
ri* Druf Oo w 5-10-tf.
I.ogan IVerrv Ir, I'he Pa*
leurlted Milk CV>
1 I If
ENTOMBS 125 MEN
MEN ARE BELIEVED TO BE IN
SHAFT 3.600 FEET UNDER
TrinhDd. Colo., Apnl ::7.—Olio hun
dred :itH| twenty-five men caught in
the Hasting- mine of the Victor-Amer
iean Fuel Company by an explosion
tiis morning still were entombed to
night. wb'le rescue sounds slow y
worked toward ihe main workings,
Tiibo fee; under tile mountain, where
the men were believed to be impris
M In tlier any of the 'men are alive
is iinknewu, but company officials
hoped iiat tiiey escaped the effects of
the explo ion and can hold out until
the resellers reach them.
At last reports helmet squad* had
penetrated to a depth of 1.200 feet.
Kvdence of a gas explosion was found
at tbi., depth, '■ .* there was no trace
or the intti
Rumor* that he explolson was the
re-ult of a bomb plot were discount
ed In company officials. The pointed
out tint the mine was known as a
■ gas mint " and that » similar explos
ion tcpurrecl in I Oil!. Company of
ficials ms sti d hat the explosion was
* 'Phi and that the greatest danger
to the men was from tliet lire and
moke. The mu* were kept work in '
pumping ire* ' air into the working-.
N’mrty of tb(‘ men caught ill tile
Dune are miners, the others being com
:i' men. \mong the latter are Mbie
Inspector David Reese. David Wil
liams. pit boss, and If J. Millard, fir*
Besides the rescue squads of the
Victor- Vnierh an Company, rescuers
were called from the Colorado Fuel
tnd Iron Company's camp just across
Co lull from tic scene of tile acci
The Hasting mine is situated 2D
mile- from Trinidad and normally em
ploys about loo men to a shift and
has a capacity of l.ooO tons a day.
At 11 ::so tonight it was reported
that five bodies had been fund
W-eseuing crews are working con
tinuously in short shifts and expect
t reach the remaining men hef re
daylight. No hope is he d out. that
any of them w ill be res; tied alive.
The explosion which caused the de
strip lion is said to have been caused
by a sudden change of temperature
thi morning, resulting in spontaneous
c m bust ion of coal dust.
FUNSTON'S MOTHER DEAD.
ICmpor a. Kan.. Apr.I 27. Short fun
eral services will be hold here to
morrow for Mrs. 10. H. Kunston,
m tber of the late iMajor-Uonoral
Funafuti who died here last nigh.
The body will then be taken to loin,
where further services will be held
Sunday afternoon. Interment wi 1 bo
made in the loiu cemetery.
THE FIRST STEP
Usually the first indication of a
towering of health is found in the
bowels and liver. Something goes
wrong—w’c cat too much, or work
too hard—ami the bowel action
weakens or the liver is sluggish.
'1 hat heavy feeling on arising in
the morning, dryness of the
throat, with bad taste, a slight
headache, dull eyes—all show that
food has fermented in the intes
tines, and that the body is man
ufacturing poisons instead of
Clear it all out (live the I
stomach and bowels a fresh start.
Lncourage the lucr to go to
work Manalin does all of this,
without griping, or weakening.
It - tl* idea! laxative and liver
Ionic, because it follow-. Nature’s
plan, without o*--comfort, inflam
mation or forming a habit. Con
ftipatioo may l}e overcome with
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Portieres, draperies, rugs, I
also every kind of wearing
apparel beautifully cleansed |
at reasonable prices.
T!:d Loganberry i.« originally u r.ilii' rum product---a cro.-a be
tween the red and biacl; rasidierry and a I'riot of delightful flavor.
The natural fruit }' 1 e s pat up without the aid of pro-ervativea;
rich and thick n t int two part- water or cii-shed ice may bo
added for a delieio i - drink her in-tie made ice- cream, aherbet*,
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