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They’re made with "if you've ever tasted goodies made villi Calumet Baking Powder you won't blame a kid for being tempt ed ! G-r-e-a-t, b-i-g, tender, tasty biscuits, cakes, doughnuts, muffins and every tiling f can think of—all so good I can’t keep away from t hem 1 "Mother wouldn't think of using any Baking Powder except Calumet! She's tried all others—she knovs which is best—she knows Calumet means positive uniform results — purity in the can and purity in the baking—great economy and whole some tilings to eat. "You want bakings like mother's — then use Calumet Baking Powder.” Received Highest Awards New Cmk Book Free— See Slip in Pound Can Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not save you money. Calumet does—it's Pure and far superior to sour milk and soda. The South Must Feed Itself There will be wide-spread . offering :n tne South before the year ends if food crops are not h avilj Increased. The only way to avert the Impending calamity is for every farmer to raise plen ty of food for man and beast. A arming condition*' confront us as the result of war. The South has been fed largely ft out the West, but this year we m -t feed ourselves, because the governin'nt w I take the Weslern food supply for the armies. On the average one-horse form in the South here * hould be planted in lblT, 5 acres in corn and velvet beaus. :> acres in cow peas lor hay, to be followed by winter oats; not exceeding 10 acres in cotton; f> acres in peanuts to e crushed for od or grazed down by hog-; 1 1-2 acres in swot potatoes to he followed by winter cover crops; 1 12 a* to- in alfalfa or crimson clover, cow peas or soy beans; one acre in rape, oa , vetch, row peas or soy beans; one acre in truck crops, followed bj hay or grazing crops for liog- ; 10 acres should be set aside for pu-turage for cows and bogs; one-half acre in orchards and one-half acre in garden. This may bp changed lo suit lo'al condition-. The bolted d-'tate* Department of Agriculture, thiougli its farm demonstration agents, is c»-oin.'railng >n this movement and you can get any assistance uucl any practical suggestions you uin need from the nearest farm demonstration agent. Modern Dentistry at Lowest Price WHY PAY MORE ELESEWHE RE? Set teeth, that fits... *4 00 Up Fillings, any kind.50c Up Gold Crowns, 22kt. pure.*3.00 to *5.00 Brldgeetork, 22kt., pure.. *4.00 Teeth extracted .50fc EXAMINATION FREE Dr. D. S. Barton, Dentist Same Location 744 1-2 Central Avenue Here Years ftentinel-Record Want Acs Bung Result* ABOL'SH OFFICE OF POLICE CHIEF FEW OTHER CHANGES COME WITH THE NEW ADMINISTRA TION OF A CITY MANAGER, Mr Weaver Will Have Two Captains of Police Who Will Make Reports Direct to- Him. That He May Be in Close Touch With Situation. As tie from ihe al> lisbmeui of the office of iliief of police, and the fact that Mr. Charles H. Weaver, the city manager under the new commission form of government, wl 1 himself keep in clo-e touch with p. lice af fairs until that department is raised to a high standard of efficiency, there are few changes in the city adminis'-a tion that begins under a new regime this morning. Mr. Weaver announces that John Sullen'herger, as day captain, and Otis «' pelin as night captain, will have charge of the police department with in their respective periods, and these two w> 11 make (he r repor s to him. The few change- in the city admin istrative affairs are notably in the appointment of g<>i,d, substantial men. The fire department is unchanged. Dr. John S. Wo d is th6 city physi cian. and tile new health board is com posed of a splendid membership of five The oily clerkship and devnityship are undisturbed. T m Golden wi 1 iiavc charge of he street department and Carl A. Wilson will be the plumb ing inspector, with Herbert Walker electrical inspector. Frank Joplin will be the sanitary officer and col lector. The complete roster of ap pointments is contained in the follow ing announcement lust night by e ty Manager Weaver: Appointments for City offices. City physician, combined with c unty Dr. John K Wood. Hoard of Health -iQrs. Leonard H. WHis, W. T Wootton, Thos K. Hol land. K. F. Klein and George A. Calla han. City clerk—A. H Jordon. A G. Sul lenberger, deputy clerk. City engineer—G. C. Smith. Fire chief—Loyeil Tale. Street commissi:oner - T ho m a s Golden. Plumbing inspector -Carl V Wilson. Wle-ctrical inspect r —IH e. rbor Walker. Sanitary officer and collector — Frank Joplin Police department—John Sullen berger, day captain: Otis OopeHn, night captain; R. 1). Adatns, Joe Tully. 11. Hardisty. \ .1 Dillard, H. R. Wheeler. Henry Haupt, F H. Tucker, ja>i ; P 1. Hensley, jail; Guy Woolston. chaiu gang guard, and Andy Hlair, traffic -o —- —I — SPECIALS—Tutti-frutti and maple Ice cream. The Pasteurized Milk Co. 1-22-tf. -o PURITY ICE AND ICE CREAM CO., i PRODUCERS OF GOOD GOODS ONLY. 4-15-22-29 PROHIBITION GOES INTO EFFECT IN NEBRASKA Lincoln, Neb.. April 30.—At 8 o'clock tonight 829 sal. oils, IT breweries and in rectifying plants in Nebraska closed under a prohibitory law in it i i < by the electorate and reintn-ccil to « supplemental statute emu ten by tli legislature. Purchase, manufacture, ale or gift of quor is prohibited, but i he possession is n t forbidden. A iarge number of salo ns throughout the state, rep rts tonight said, sold their slis'k before noon today As a (onsequence prices soared until lot tied whiskies and beers retailed in many towns a-, pr> hlbitive prices. Mayor Charles \V. Uryau of Liu coin tonight pardoned all offenders now confined in the city jail on to ■omit of overindulgence in liuqor ” 19 .. , (McK&g) OXYGEN POWDER False teeth have been joked about for genera tions, but false teeth are no joke. Calox is the effective tooth powder, using nature's great puri fier Oxygen, w hich whitens and preserves the teeth. And it sweetens and freshens the mouth so that it “tastes clean.” 25 »rvd 50 cent* " Your 32 Tttlh Art 32 Rtasont” ALBOi h.\C <(tUt (RUM <t/.Vr j .>ir *u:m »t/> >« fu. anj , .eanstnf for the wiva-Ao*ten, Jn ty win. Piero, (OH. eutgft. ’rftiftr hi tivj jjc m. d yt. ey ai j i • j. •'Lirnd. youth thee £' ur tp <%Hj /n McKesson A Robbins, New York I a corporal?! ne Latest Krected on the U. S. Reservation. Strictly 1 ire Proof and Sanitary. 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 RUSS APPOINTED AS DEPU1Y CITY.’CIFRK WILL GET THE REPORTS OF ALL PROPERTY MOVED WITHIN THE CITY ON PROMPT NOTICE. In keeping with an ordinance which luis been passed, whereby there-is a deputy clerk named to whom all re movals within the city have to be re ported promptly, City Manager Weaver has named Secretary c. 1.. Russ of the Merchants' Association as such dej illy clerk The idea had its right with the Merchants' Association, and i* Hr the purpose of preventing per ons from shifting about wit hn the city, or removing goods oat ef the city, In order to save themselves from meeting outstanding obligations, i n der the ordinance the moving men of tile city must rep rt all their hauls I the deputy clerk named by the city manager. The action by the council was taker, on the petition of a large number of business men, many of whom were not members of the Merchants' Associa tion. Thi association also received 'he authority tr fi e a general bond ■ f fl.t'OO in the municipal ef urt. and un der that bond to bring actions for the collection of accounts against such people .ds will no’ make any effort to pay. Secretary Russ circulated the pet rion and has the following t say re tarding it: Sine*- Hit- adoption of the municipal ic urt system and the officers arc paid I a. salary whether they work or not: then, if no suits are filed the city and ottnty has to pay the cost of the court tf the merchants are permitted to file nits without advancing the e si ther* vill be hundreds of suits brought that vould not be brought otherwise. Why? Because the Arkansas laws do nm irovide for the payment of bi Is by ieopie who are worth less than $7,un f married. But the law di es provide for them to schedule every time an executkn is issued, and that dollar toes to the city and county and not o the creditor. Therefore, th>‘ jus ice of permitting su ts to f o filed without advancing the cost. I.et us see for a moment what ft, will cost a person per annum to re use to pay under those conditions. It will n- t cost the merchant a cent to get judgment and it will not ho ulditional c‘-st to the city and county After judgment an execution will e issued which wf permit those worth less than $.">00 to pay $1 and •chedule personal property for 12 months. Then 5u cents cost is added i> the judgment Those who are working will have schedule every 00 days, winch will cost them $0 per year and will add M.S0 to the judgment. tinder this method of using the law it will c st a person $? tier year in ash and add $7 On rust to the Judg ment that will have to be paid before the bll is paid The merchant will get nctb tig, but it will cost the tier son who refuses to pay or report *14.60 per annum when the bill is paid. There are people who d not gel a salary and others who work on enn mission, and there .an be no guarnish mint is-iied But everything the) 1 ity daily <an tie attached after they schedule. it their groceries are at tallied as they bu> rtieni. it will b* impossible f r any person to stay her', and beat a bill. Anj person or organization has been given permiss n by the city commissioners to file -nits under the provisions of the above petition. The commissioners have provided for ab solute prf lection to honest, people, but poop e wh d not pay will hate any person or organization who files such bond, and people who do not pay will oppose such action of the .■cmmis toners The Merchants Associate n will wait ten days t r some other person or organization to tile. AMERICAN EAGLE. Registered sialbon will Maud at my ’arm tor tiiv season Breeding fees, $7 00. A S. A Id ,17 V Phone 2’,7ft. 4-17 till 7-17 GRAIN ELFVATURS IN CHICAGO DESTROYED FLAMES IN CHICAGO ELEVATORS CONSUMED 500.000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT I'iiii'ugo. April ill). Eire destroyed two grain elevat rs here late today causing an estimated 1 -s of jrrflu.nOn. Police and federal officio s began an a-'tempt ti determine the origin ni the blaze before flames were un der control. The rapacity of the two elevato s was aOb.OOn bushels, but large shipments recently had been made East Experts furnished by the fire instil ance companies today began an in spection of all Chicago grain e.ovn t. rs, packing plants, mills and wore houses containing f. odstuffs in order to prevent their des'rneti n by fire. Prompt removal of al ous fir« hazards w 11 lie required This work will be extended throughout tin stat as soon as the Chicago inspection ha. been completed. li was said numer us attempts bad been made j<» destroy mills and eletu tors, and that the insurance compunie: were in possession of much informa lion along this line which had not been made public. BELGIUM TO GET FART OT WAR LOAN __ I ) UNOFFICIAL ESTIMATES PLACE THE AMOUNT AT APPROXI MATELY $150,000,000. Washington. April :;u.—In addition ! to oans to France and Italy, totalling between $200.000,Omi and $:iOO,000,<h;m), tlie United States - on will make a loan to Belgium, the amount of which is yet to be determined. Unofficial estimates of the size of the Belgian loan place it at approximately $ir,o, 1)011,000. Administrat n officials have been in tt receptive mood toward an appli cation for a Belgian loan ever since' the war finance measure became u! law, but formal application for a loan was n t made until today, when the j Belgian minister, Baron tie Cartier ; called upon Secretary McAdoo and j placed before him tentative estimates i us to the rel ef desired Se retary McAdoo anil Vs istant I Secretary Croslty discussed details] with the minister for more than three , hours. The tentative estimate was not divulged, but it is understood that It contains pr vision for meeting in part the Belgian government's needs in maintaining a large number of refugee domiciled In France, in ad dition o leu'iirements of a military nature. discussion f I'VriKh and Italian no. ds continued today n conferences among Secretary AleAdoo. assistant Secretary Crosby, the Italian ambassa dor and members of the French corn missi n. V ce Premier Viviatii spent more than an h nr in consultation with Secretary McAdoo ■Meit mo at Bo 'hards' 'Music Store rilUi Oilay uf elliooli. 11: nu. .el fit SAFETY FIRST—THEN CREDIT 2ALL Merchants' Association 1107. Advt. 11-29-tt FRENCHMEN TO COME WEST. Washington. April "n K’he state de partnietit aim- unced toniight liuit the I'ri ni li war nils-ion would leave Wash 1 ingion' Thursdat to visit i Chicago and later would go to aKnsys City. St I.(ittis. Springfield, 111.: INiladelphlu, \’ew York and Most n. At the ciin :• tisi ,n of their trip the pat io w 11 re turn to Washington \ ft ft ft Prescription Eczcwia for IS years tkc standard remedy for all ,. in disease* A liquid used externally. relief from I icli. tic, SOe and $1.00. Your marl y ha, k if tl>e llrst bottle doe* not bring lelief. Ara also about U. D. 1). tjoapv S urtlt.-. l>iug c.,n.-|'.cny. * Cleansing of Household Articles Portieres, draperies, rugs, also every kind of wearing apparel beautifully cleansed at reasonable prices. TELE.P1 IONE US 1147 The Emporium Sam Wexler Loganberry Juice 'l *• I.ogunlieru i< ori»*na!t> a Calif rma product—a cross be twciju the red and Ijla> ^ raspli'Ti' and a fnti: ot delightful flavor. Tiie nat ■ n*il fruit j . «■ - p it up without tin ahl of pro creative*; ricii and thi«-k so t at two pail w ater or rushed lea* mav b®> added for a delicious dr.uk. l or uoti.c made ice cream, sherbets, etc. \\ e stronglj recommend «l LOGANBERRY JUICE 12 Oz Bottle 35c CU\iui~3rw*tutsf'xi, agf HO c ' 707 Central Avenue Phone 120 GOLDEN'S | PHONE f£G MARKET Every day finds new faces here, mingled with our old customer*, •conclusive proof that the housewives of Hot Springs f'nd their mar. ket baskets are well served here. Why not buy your groceries and table provisions here, too, and prof't by oui large assortment, high suahty and reasonable prices. For Anything Lost, Strayed or Stolen CALL 692 Young and Sullivan Detective Agency All work guaranteed. Everything .trlctly confidential. Office open from S a.in. to 12 m.; 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Call 1621 any time at right. Have our own car and never sleep. Always on the job. YOUNG 4 SULLIVAN.