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Relief McaAjuf) '"°kIs°7 Bell-ans tEilES sSUdf/, RE LL-ANS fc#FOR INDIGESTION Hearts are trumps only on Febru ary It. Worry is the interest paid on trou ble In advance. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOHIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletchers Castoria Victim of Necessity. ‘'Senator," said that statesman's pri vate secretary, "a delegation of lady lobbyists insists on being seen." "Bless their hearts'" cried the sena tor, in his most cheerful manner, "tell ’em to line up on the capitol steps and Fit guarantee they'll be seen by no less than half a dozen press photog raphers. As for me. I'm busy and posi tively cannot set1 them." That’s what the senator wanted to say. As a matter of fact, he groaned aloud, put aside u batch of important papers, and weakly said. "Show them In.”—Birmingham Age-Herald. The best thing to do in a hurry is nnuiing. IT COSTS MONEY TO GET SICK Save money uiul suffering by keeping - Vaeber-Hnlm hanily. If used iu time , it prevents Colds, Coughs, and Sure ness from getting bud. There is nothing better, avoid imi tations. Ask your druggist, or send for a free •ample. K. \V. VACHKK, Inc., New Orleans, l.a.—Adv. The Demand for Scientists. l’lans for tin- esiablishnient of a first-grade school of technology with accommodations for about Ttot men have 1m • it announced by Obcrlin col- | lege. The eollege is in the heart of [ a rapidh growing industrial district and insistent calls are made upon the i college for scientifically trained tech nical men. Hottest poverty ranks as tiigh with t«f*nte people as dishonest wealth does with some others. Renew your health by purifying your system with Quick and delightful re lief for biliousnens, coldt, constipation, headache*. and stomach, liver and blood troubles. The genuine are sold only in 35c package*. Avoid imitation*. To stop the p.ii n of Corns Bunions. Callouses. Blisters.Tired. Aching. Swollen, lender Feet use ALLEN’S FOOT-EASE The Antiseptic Hraiiiur 1’owlrr to Shake Into Y«' ir StuKH nu«l tpnnkle iu the loot 1 ..Ih. s ,;.l ever) where. He sure to get m ^^this package AiuNi.foar-E^jX _ B4B <v - ^ - /-^ * Owner* »»l Oil, IC»mI. -*r t orporulion >twl nny kind, an whei- ng u* sell. writ* ISO* 1 < iimi..' .» S\ ■ !■ * ' Kivlnn N.» *\ urf-. full 'el ill* »i» ’ price dealred A4«KN l>—Men \\ ■•men »eii High Otad 'i,’i r i• iti ..t i.\u.* - s ■ i”*. 1 • 1 fume- • II'ms lt.'p IIIk o'mtu:**''»ns - t Chief W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 15-1921 NATIONALISTS CLAIM COMPLETE V'ICTORY OVER THE INVAP ING HELLENES. GREEKS CLAIM SUCCESS Railways Have Refused Transporta tion For Greek Troops—Intend To Make Greece Requisition the Railways. Constantinople. Further confirma tion has been received here of the re ports that the Greeks have suffered a severe setback at Fski-Shehr. and that they are unable at present to continue their advance The Greek official communique claims the Greek army is repulsing vi olent attacks. The Turkish ccmimu- ! nique says: "We have won a complete victory on the Kski-Shehr front and are pur suing the enemy. WY broke through the left wing, and the center is yield- 1 ing. The Greek losses arc1 heavy." Heavy fighting is continuing, with j the Turks holding up the Greek ad vance. The total Greek casualties are reported to he more than 7,000, and the Greek medical service is declared to have broken down. The railways have refused transpor union <o me ureen troops. It being ttie intention to force requisition of the railway lines in order to place re sponsibility upon the Greek govern ment for whatever damage is caused to them Greek forces which were driven out of Kski-Shehr b> a Turkish counter attack recently are in full retreat. Turkish cavalry is declared to he pur suing the Greeks Progress along the southern front in the Greek offensive against the Turk ish Nationalists in Asia Minor, and the repulse of a Turkish attack in the northern sector arc reported in the Greek official army statement, is sued under date of March 31. It reads “Southern group Reconnaissance troops pushing on Karahissar along ttie railway attacked and dislodged the enemy at Huyota and Hhonpanlar! stations. “Northern group — On March 30 the Greek troops, while fortifying the heights of Kovalitza. were vigorously attacked throughout the day. hut re pulsed the enemy, who suffered heav ily." . Plan Steamer Line. Youngstown. Ohio Announcement by the I'nlted States Steel Corporation | of the establishment of a line of | steamers tt> carry steel to the Pacific coast via the Panama t'anat Is ex pected soon after the return of K II Gary, chairman of the hoard of the corporation, from his trip to Van couver. Bank President Arrested. Houston, Tex (’. 1. Johnson, presi dent of the Houston Trust and Sav- j ings Hank, unincorporated, which has (dosed its doors recently, was arrested on a complaint of a depositor tiling in Justice Court, charging him with re ceiving a deposit in an insolvent hank, j _ _ Fire Damage 1250.000. Crowley, l.a Damage estimated at ! J2.’>0,00(1 was caused by a tiro of un de’ertnir.t d origin which recently de- ! sinned the btc-iness section of lot a, l.a , 12 miles front here The opera house was among the buildings de strov od __ Germans To Argentina. Hitenos Aires Pour hundred Get man immigrants canto to Argentina a , few days ago to seek their fortunes ! anew 0:1 board the first passenger ves sel flying the Germun flag yvhich en tered this i*oi t sime the beginning c' . the yval. West Uses Gold Again. Denver. Col For the lirsi time in live years Denver bank tellers are passing out to the public gold coin along with the silver und paper i uu uey Much Fraud Is Bared. St 1 .on:s Mi Inv* I nation i f S!1 of tin t'aio ity pm i1 has tvy aled 4,393 fraudulent registration* fot the | niunicip.il election April tin lloa d of Flection t 'otiin. ioi'.i ; h. y i an tiotim i d. New German Protest. floneya Tin League o! \ n ha« : received a : mod prott from tier- • many calling attention t t tlie i ojl tinned oot upam > by allied troops of German ti rt itoi y Red Move Is Beaten. Southport. Kngland The Inde pendent Labor party In conference hero lias rejected by an overwhelming majority, a proposal to accept Lenine's 2l conditions for affiliation with the Third International of Moscow. Oil Mill Destroyed. l>awrenoeville. Ga —Fire of undeter mined origin destroyed the Winder >11 mill here recently with a loss esti mated at $100,000. The roller mill md gin outfit were saved. ni-in I_ Coll of the Great Outdoors j you -ho^ho - hoTT com '~on “out 1 '^*C^P8T75l-m fW 'll GERMANS RELEASE NEUE AND ZIMMER AMERICANS AR^ GIVEN FREE DOM BY ORDER OF THE GER MAN GOVERNMENT. Mosbach, Germany.—Carl Neuf and i Franz Zimmer have been released from imprisonment here. The s»n- j tenees of Neuf and Zimmer, both at-! tacbed to the American army of occu pation und under confinement here for their attempt to arrest Grover C. Berg doll. the American draft evader, have been remitted b> the Baden govern ment. The German authorities said the re lease was effected at the request of the German federal government, and that it is dependent upon the good behavior of the men. Both the Amer n uns are expected to reach ( oblenz. in a few days, where neither the Iiad en nor th efederal government will have any authority over them. Sus pensions of the sentences are regard ed practically as pardons. The release of the men has aroused great interest in German circles, and already, it is said, a member of the Nationalist party will make it the basis of interpellations when the Reichstag convenes after the Master recess. The action of the Baden govern ment in releasing the men was due to representations made by Brig. Gen. II T Allen, commander of the Ameri can general stall', to the government through a member of the General Staff, who went to Berlin recently and conferred with the German authori ties. Neuf's wife returned to Coblenz from Mosbac h, where the two men were jailed, and was delighted by the news of their release. The Rhineland doughboys are preparing for a big wel come and ovation for then comrades, who will bo brought by automobile to Coblenz. Mutiny Charge Dropped. New Orleans. United States Com missioner Browne has discharged from custody Philip Bender, Henry Mipan, Hans Raudin, U. Kuprez.uff and L) Dorsli. charged with mutiny in connec tion with a disturbance aboard tint Shipping Board vessel City of Alton near Rio do Janeiro. To Govern Canal. Washington. Col. Jay .1 Morrow, who has been acting as governor of the Panama Canal Zone, was formally appointed to the governorship recent ly by President Harding The presi dent appointed ('apt. Sumner M W. Kittelle of the navy governor of Ik* Virgin Islands Lead Price Raised. New York Th* \nieriean Smelt ing and Refining Company has advanc ed the price of lead front 4 to 4 10 cents a pound Gen. Haines Returns. Hoboken. \ .1 Brig Gen Haines, militant of the I'niteil States marine corps has returned here ou the steam slitp Colon after a seven weeksj in spection of marines in llayti and San to Hotningo Is Appointed Consol. Wi Ington. Wesley W Frost, forei. trade advise of Hie State He parin.'tit. has hei n detailed a- i orsul at Mat e.lli s. France, \\ \Y t uutl in - land it been designated acting tt io ad\ei t Greek Repel Attacks. Vthens The Greeks have raptured Axuhiti and held it against 22 Turkish i uuntei -attacks, says the official com uninicatlou issued recently Kovulitza also has been taken liythe Greeks. Box Plant Is Burned. New hern, N C Fire of an undeter mined origin destroyed the Neuse Ve neer & Box Co. plant here, entailing a hiss to building and stock estimated at between $75,000 and $100,0uu, with $30,000 insurance. Berry Records Broken. New Orleans. — All records have ’■(>. n broken by this spring's shipment f strawberries to Northern markets rom the berry-growing parish bl t'urv'.puhoa. i « FORMER EMPEMOR ATTEMPTS RETURN _ AUSTRIA CLOSES HER FRONTIERS AGAINST EX EMPEROR CHARLES, Menu*.—The entire Ausiro Hunga rian frontier has been dosed by joint action of the two governments pending the tlnal disposition of former Kmpe- ; ror Charles. The Spanish minister here has asked the government for a pass to enable the ex-ruler to cross the country, and 1t is reported that Charles intends transferring the entire former royal family to Spain. Semiofficial advices from Budapest j say the Hungarian regent. Admiral Horthy, is using the uttempt of Charles to regain the throne to strengthen his own position as dicta tor Admiral Horthy already has ar rested several army leaders w ho ap- - *- ~ -' ^ 10 • l i 11 lilot I » * ill the service of the former emperor, the advices say. I tie Austrian government is taking every possible precaution to prevent Charles from re-entering the country from Steinamaiiger, West Hungary, Where lie has taker, refuge Aimed guards from various organizations ; have been stationed along the frontier to intercept the former emperor should he attempt to n cross into Austria Armories of the association of former ofllcers are under heavy guard to prevent the removal of arms, and homes of all generals in the old im perial army are under police surveil lance. It is reported that many offi cers of the old army are hurry , g in groups to towns adjacent to S eina mange: Meanwhile the “lit 11* entente, ’• comprising C. echo Slovakia Jugo slavia and Rumania, lias served no tice on the \ustrian government that troops will he marched into Austria at the slight, st indication that former Kniperor Charles is to t>< permitted to ternain in the country. rneasiticss and nervousm - prc\ d among all classes in Vii nna wnere tile situation is considered on< of the utmost gravity. Charles visited Budapest recentlv. with the idea jf taking possession of the Hungarian throne, hut was unable to induce the Hungarian government to fall in with his plan, i! has been . learned from unofiiei.il hut excellent sources. The forme; ruler came to Budapest, accompanied by two friends. He arrived at the palace at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, and invited Admiral Horthy. the regent, to turn over the reigns of government to him. The regent, however, refused and induced the ex-monarch to promise tc return to Switzerland. Steamer Service Resumed. Washington. Regular steamer sorv Uv between Mediterranean and north ern Rraztliuii ports has been begun h> 1 the Italian National Navigation Com I pa n y Oklahoma Solons Quit. Oklahoma City ll> a concurrent n elution adopted by the Semite and Holts* . the eighth session of the Okla- 1 hona* legislature has adjourned sin* die Huge Wireless Station. Washington Woik on a wireless! station at Shanghai, to 1 >* the largest in the world, will begin oon under an agreement between the Chinese gov oi union and the Federal Telegraph Comp ay. an American com * m, ii wa> announced. Churchill Is Recalled. London, \ccording to the I ondon fiail\ express Premier Lloyd George lias wired Winston Churchill to leave Egypt immediately for England. Women Made Eligible. Nashville, Tenn. The Tennessee Senate, with one dissenting vot *, pass ed a bill introduced by Mrs. Parks Worley, Tennessee's only woman legis lator. making women eligible for pub lie office. Locomotive Blows Up. Denison, Texas.—Engineer Perdue is dead and Fireman Went is not ex pected to live as the result of Missou ri, Kansas and Texas freight engine No. 555 blowing up near Cumby. Terr | Why Are Skin Diseases | So Difficult to Overcome? | v ...V When your sfin breaks out with itching eruptions, tetter, rash, ec zema, psoryasis, or other terrifying disorders, temporary relief will do you but little good, for soon all the itching and irritation breaks out afresh with renewed fury, and you soon realize that local remedies such as ointments, salves and simi lar treatment will never rid you of your trouble. These troubles originate in the blood, and if you expect real sub ► »•••• • • • •• •••«•••• ♦'Tr' | stantial relief you must treat them through the blood. The best remedy for this purpose is S.S.S., the fine old blood remedy that purifies the blood of disease germs, and thus restores the skin to a normal and healthy condition. Begin taking S.S.S. today, and write our medical director for ex pert advice without charge. Ad dress Chief Medical Adviser, 161 ! Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. S. S. S. is not sold or recommended for venereal diseases. Not Spring Fever t AftNTERSM ITH> But Malaria W /'Mill Tnuir ^ causes that lazy II lUNIL TIRED FEELING. WARDS OFF MALARIA AND RESTORES STRENGTH. TRY IT. If not told by your druggiit, write Arthur Peter A Co., LouUyillc. Ky. ^ Bride is a hard master ASPIRIN — Name “Bayer” on Genuine Take Aspirin only as told in each package of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you see the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can tuke them without fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Earache. Toothache, Lumbago and for Bain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monnacctieac dester of Salicylicacid.— Adv. There is no gospel in a kick. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It Applicants for Insurance Often Rejected. •Judging from report-* from druggists who ore constantly in direct touch with the public, there is one preparation that has been very successful in overcoming toese conditions. The mild and healing influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its remarkable record of success. An examining physician for one of the prominent Life insurance Companies, in an interview on the subject, made the as tonishing statement that one reason why ► tnanv applicants for insurance are re je, ted is because kidney trouble is so common t - the American people, and the large majority of those whose applica te ns ire declined do not even suspect tlii' they have the disease. It is on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, j medium aud large However, if vou wi-h first to test this great preparation semi ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co . Binghamton. N Y.. for a sample l- at tie. When writing be sure and mention this paper.—Adv. Drains mu bo traiuoil. but can good sensp |>e taught V Catarrh Can Be Cured Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influ enced by oonstltutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treat ment HALL’S CATAKKH MFDIC1NF. is taken internally ami acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of t tie System. HALL'S CATAKR1I MKIUCINK destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength by improving the general health anil assists nature In doing its work. All Druggists Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. I'n a brave heart nothing is impoN silde. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous be cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning, they give that they need attention by taking goldmedal The world's standard remedy for these disorders will often ward off these dis eases and strengthen the body against further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Look for the name Cold Medal on every boa and accept no imitation Cuticura Soap -The Safety Razor Shaving Soap Cuticura Soap ehavea without mug Every whera S«. Harmies*. partly vegetable, lafaata* aid I Children's Reg a ia tor. farmola oa every hWl I Gnaraateed aon-aarcobe. aos-alcaholk. ft| MRS. 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