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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1919.
THREE Farmers Want to Go to Work By RALPH H. TURNER (United Press Staff Carrespondent) . SAN LUIS POTOSI, Mexico. (By Mail.) The Mexican of this section wants to go to work. A disposition to rtbume normal ag ricultural activity is becoming 1 in creasingly evident today, according to both- Americans and Mexicans of San Luis Potosi. Different forms of .evidence are offered to substantiate the belief that the farmer is gaining a renewed sense of industryand different reasons are advanced to ex plain the steadying influence which is said to be laying its hand on this dis trict. In some quarters you hear that the Carranza government is meeting in creased success in its efforts to re- CHICHESTER S PILLS 1'IIK I I A MO JIB HRAM. A I.niliol Ak yr lru(.-lt fi 4 lil-rkm-tur'm lHnmnilrnnA I'JHt In Kid t Hold mFtai.iA Tk Ibrr. Hht of imnr IMA WOND itUANU I'H.I.K, fc ywwiinownM J)it, Safest, A!nys iUlikl It SOLD BY Dfil'DQiSTS tVERYiVIftRf; 'mi i hx3 NEW YORK. "Goats that dine 'a la cafeteria' on clothes off the line must be refrained from doing so again. Five dollars please" and ! Magistrate Brown fined three Brook lyn goat owners. seven stales of Mexico are contig uous to San Luis Potosi. Dealers in. agricultural implements' report that while their sales are not up to normal, they have exceeded the demand foi the past two or three years.. By "nor mal" they mean the pre-revolutionary period. , Chemists' Fraternity Convention in Ohio . The sale of farm, machinery does not imply, altogether, that the Mex- st6re order; in other circles, you arejiean farmer has awakened to the ad told that bandits are still active, but $ vantage to be gained from modern have established a "liaison" with the ) agricultural methods. While this people; and still further questioning tendency is noticeable in some places, meets the simple explanation that the' other factors are more pronounced. Mexican is growing tired of .fighting ' Supplies depleted by Mexico's inter- and is ready for work. ; Work is already well under way in districts not infested by trouble-makers. The corn crop this year is more favorable this year than last and v regions which are still unsettled this fact has prompted the desire to re sume production. "' One barometer of conditions is the number of inquiries received here for agricultural implements. Farm machinery, hardware and toohi are among the chief imports received in San Luis Potosi from the United, States, not so much for sale in' this nal warfare, need replenishing. La gor is scarce. Many of the peons have left the farms, either for the safer environment of the cities or for the more remunerative and more sta ble life of the United States. There, is a shortage, too, in work animals, hundreds of oxen having been seized by itinerant marauders. ; Now that there is an inclination to resume work, the modern products of America nfactories are called upt on to fill the gap created by revolu tion. If the inclination becomes a permanent state of mind and is giv- center as for distribution throughout ! en a chance to develop it will mean Central Mexico. Ten of the twenty-! much in the stabilizing of Mexico. DlHia-'Q -E9 E3 U IJ U 0 0 & M: FED SCKSW 0 a. p 13 Keep The Egg Basket Full! 7 The feed elements that make whites of cores are en tirely different from those that make yolks. When hens aren't fed both the white and yolk making elements, they can't keep the egg basket. full. The usual method of feeding mostly grain makes yolks but not enough whites to complete the eggs. Missouri Experiment Station tests prove that 100 lbs. of wheal; corn, oats, barley and kaflir corn make (above bodily maintenance) an averse of 224 yolks to 154 whites. Based on data from the same experiments, Purina formulas pro duce, (sbovc bodily maintenance), as follows--' COLUMBUS, Dec. 29. (United Press.) Widely known chemists at tending the national conclave of the Alpha Chi Sigma, chemists' fraterni ty, which opened here today, include Dr. enjamin Mellett, of Mellon In stitute; Dr. Stroud Jordon, Columbia University; Dr. Harry A. Curtis, Northwestern University; Dr. Esbon Y. Titus, American University, Wis consin, and Dr. L. I. Shaw, of Wash ing ton, D. C. Delegates and visitors were enter tained with a smoker at the chapter house today. An inspection trip through all the plants in Columbus, conducted by the Chamber of Com merce, will be the feature for to morrow. The meeting will close with a ban quet at the Crittenden hotel Wednes day. . . . .,, ican Officials Tried to Suppress News of Murder NEWARK, N. J. Mrs. Wallace P. Nordin obtained a divorce today after she testified tier husband had severed affinities and that he had thg habit of "rouging and painting, hif face and was addicted to the use of an eye brow pencil and face pow der." NASHVILLE, Tenn., "I aint never worked ; I aint a-workin' and I aint never goin to, Susie Jennings, negro vagrant, told City Judge Wells. "All right, Susie," remarked his Hon or. "Fifty years at hard labor." "The sentence isn't legal of course," he commented, "but she'll stay in the workhouse as long as I stay in office. Susie has been an old offender." ST. LOU3 ENTERTAINS 57 SCIENTIFIC VARIETIES Purina Scratch Feed Purina Chicken Chowder Combined Ration Yolk. 247.49 182.03 Wblto 142.11 282.55 429.54 424.6G D El 0 I 0 I 1 0 These Purina feeds not only make a practically equal number of whiles and yolks but more of both than ordinary feeds. Note that Purina Chicken Chowder contain th necessary whitc-fjrmu'ij tlemenu to balance up the yolk-making pram raiion. 1 hat I why it makes hem lay to Instead of the yolks being absorbed by the litn'i system, Purina Chicken Choker makes the whitei to complete the eras and they are laid. Thus we can absolutely gitaranice , -' more eggs or money back on Purin Chicken Chowder if fed with Purina Scratch Feed at directed. You uke no risk. - 5010 by W ST. LOUIS, Dec. 29. (United Press.) Scientists of America met here today to outline their year't program for research and reconstruc-. tion, when the seventy-second meet-1 ing of the American Association foi the advancement of Science and affil iated national scientific societies con vened. . r ) The association will be in session four days. The conferences are un der the auspices of Washington uni versity and other St. Louis education-, ad institutions. "The whole future of the nation rests on the proper development and distribution of our resources in nat ural wealth and in men," Dr. George T. Moore, director of the Missouri Botanical Garden, and a leader of the association, declared today. "We nu.st now decide to lead in scientific research and in the application of science for the welfare of the coun- Dr. Simoji Flexner of the Rocke? feller Institute for Medical Research will preside at the association meet ing. Dr. John Merle Coulter, of the University of Chicago will make the address of the retiring president at the opening session. Fifty-six other affiliated scientific botanical and rese'arch societies, in- El Pas& vTexas, Dec. 27. Mexican officials bought to repress facts con cerning the murder of American avia tors, Lieutenants Cecil Connolly and Frederick Waterhouse, whose bodies were found .buried tn the sand on the Baya de Los Angeles, Lower Califorj nia, according to testimony at a hear ing Friday. The testimony was giv en by Joe Allen Richards, of Chicago, the American who discovered the bod i.es on September 21. The hearing was conducted by Major Dan M Jackson, of El Paso, secretary of the Senate sub-committee investigating Mexican affairs. None of the com mittee members were present. ' Richards testified to finding the bodies when he landed from a Mexi can steamer to get water. He said the captain of the steamer wanted him to not make public his discovery and that he was arrested at Santa Rosalie, on September 26, because he had not kept his discovery to him self. According to Richards' testimony Connolly was stabbed to death and Waterhouse evidently died from f broken skull caused by impact from a heavy iron bar found near the bodies. AMONG THOSE PRESENTS The girl who took a shine to f. bootblack. ' The barage mechanician who went home dead tired and absent-mindedly crawled under the bed on his'back. The German comedian with' a case of shell-shock from u barrage of eggs The 6-f jot man in North Tonawan-, da, Pa., who manufactures step-lad-' ders. The woung business man who 'w eluded in overhead charges the cost of all shirts not of a coat variety. The skin specialist who is always at your surface. The nude model who cuts out all her own clothes. The man who has a pet flea named DeWolf. The gifted author of "Pigs Is Pigs" who is said to earn $20,000 annually by his pen. , The burglar who forokc into a hearty laugh. Judge. Booze Made" from Wood Alcohol Kills Thirty-Two CHICOPEE, Mass., Dec. 27. Thirty-two deaths had resulted last night from the drinking i liquor bought in Hartford, Conn., and drunk in this city, Hoylke and Hartford. , Yester day, last night and today seventeen men and one woman dfea In Chicopee, eight men in Hartford and four in Holyoke. A number of other men were in a critical condition last night at hospi tals in Holyoke and Springfield. Four men were under arrest in Hartford and three in Chicopee, pending the re sult of autopsies to be held late last night. Policem investigations in Hartford indicated that the liquor was sent to. that city from New Vork, contained wood alcohol. Part of it was sol dat a bar in Hartford, part was bought at that place by persons who carried it away, and part was sent to a hotel in Chicopee Falls. State and federal au thorities in Massachusetts and Con nectiscutt were aiding the police of Chicopee, artford, Holyoke and Springfield last night in their efforts to determine responsibility for the deaths. TIP TO WIFEi GO INTO SILENCE - LONDON. (By Mail.) "Going in to silence" is becoming n popular in door sport in the United Kingdom. The game is played usually be tween married couples who find them selves chafng under the heavenly bonds but who haven't reached the divorce court stage. Since the introduction into court of the case of Mrs. Florence Hill against her husband, G. J. Hill, in which it was brought out that the cou ple had lived three years without mu tual conversation, cases of speech less matrimony have multiplied. Someone with a good memory brought out the fact than Daniel De foe maintained the silence in his horns for something like a quarter of a cen tury while he wrote Robinson Cru so and some of his other works. h Other cases have been recalled in which couples who found the daily strain of a breakfast-table conver sation too much for them have re sorted to the "in response to yours of the 29th ultimo" form of commui nication. WASTED ELOQUENCE "You have acted in a decidedly un- gentlemanly way, Augustus." Thus spoke he father of Augustus, when he found his son had stolen jam from the larder. - 4,It may1 not seem a very great . . A 1 . 1 t crime to you, Augustus, conunueu his parent, "but little things lead to big things. The child is father to the man, my boy, and the little petty thief of today may be the great crime" of tomorrow. Besides, Augustus, you were disobedient. You were forbid, . i J aen to taKe tne jam ana you iook it. Disobedience, Augustus, is the root of all evil. " Remember that, my boyt and you will rise in the world to cas1; off the slur of commonplace duplic- 1 ! U In j p mu0' fcniimiiKiinl IniMiiiiitti I... j ' bun. a 2) a package before the war ?c a . package during the war c a package THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! NEW YORK. Mrs. George W, Perkins thought the expressman had NEW ORK. A woman carried h handful of Armin Hollinger's dia brought her a bomb; so did the po- jmond rings to the front of the store ii i . . . . - ... unui mey opened tne ounap ; to "get a better light.! She "lighted wrappings and disclosed a folding ' cut." Armin told the police, and es- card table shipped from St. Louis. raped in an automobile. , eluding the ' American Mathematical : ity, Armitage Wholesale Grocery Company (DISTRIBUTORS) Society, the American Astronomical society and the American Chemical association, are to hold meetings here j simultaneous to the scientists' gather ing this week. As his father paused for breath. Augustus turned a beaming face to his mother. "Oh, ma!" he exclaimed, "isn't pa interesting?" RIPLEY'S BRIDGE Mrt L. A. Jordon spent Saturday in Greeneville. Misses Nettie and Ola Anderson made a business trip to Chuckey Wed nesday. Mr, Clarence Green and Miss Max ie Honeycutt, elso Mr. George Grubbs and Miss Pearl Baxley were married Sunday. We wish them much happi less. Several from here attended the Christmas tree at Afton school house Friday night., Mr. Harrison Sizemore is helping Mr. J. J. Anderson pull corn this week Mr. and Mrs. Cal Bowman, Misset Nettie and Ola Anderson were calling at the Newberry home Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Johnson spent Friday night with her father, Mr Charley "Newberry. Mr. Carl Anderson spent one night last week with his grandmother, near 3 Quaker Knobs. ROB. 1' " I n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 H 1 1 it j Important Noticed There is a BROWNIE CALENDAR for you at Central Drug Stores Nos. 1 and 2 and The Boyd Drug Co. BETTER GET IT WHILE THEY LAST . Sign Coupon below and take it to either of above tore, X and when you are feeling bad remember Ramon's Pills or t Kalo. They will relieve you. Sign Here c Postoffice 1 7 . " V - . ' i I ' . . . . "' """'" ' ' " l' 1 V.8 ' .- - " U j , i .7 TP) T"7 1 A OF Istered bland China Hogs CONSISTING OF BRED SOWS, BRED GILTS AND A FEW YOUNG BOARS All Immune by'Double Treatment for Cholera. Sale will be at BERNARD'S WAREHOUSE TUE mm m. O, ! O'Cloc Don't forget the time and the date, Tuesday, December 30th, at 10 o clock. Be sure and come and see some real hogs and a real sale. Yours for ih Big Type L. BRITTON, "The Hog Man"