Bedford Democrat Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Bedford Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bedford, Indiana Alg jut Mockli volume a gym no. 258. Bedford Indiana wednesday. June 23, 1920. Price two cents a a a Quot style and Quality Quot extra pure thread silk hos every special at $1.79 recent arrivals of shipment Long Over due make possible this extra offer. Ten dozen silk Hose in Black while Cordovan Brown. Sizes a 10. Pure thread silk medium heavy Quality double Ole Lisle Heel toe and Garter top. Would bring $2.50 per pair if we Aske it i it but because of their Low Cost we can sell this lot at 1.79. We recommend these for Quality and service and advise prompt selections. Butterick patterns for style and dry goods co. Eth smarmy ruin us for Home service to be raised in Bedford soon Public urged to assist Money needed for continuation of work being done by organization there is not a single Soldier of the american Oversea ii forces but what comes in Contact with the salvation army and its hot Coffee and doughnuts or. Who come in Contact with the assistance tendered at the embarkation and debarkation Points. No matter where the american Soldier came in Contact with the salvation my workers he always found the same Welcome and that Samo a lad Sci vice. acts of have in it the salvation army workers to the hearts of the american . The salvation army has a Host of Loyal Friels that were made salvation army temporary officers named for kiwanis club Ati dinner tuesday evening a tuesday june 2gth Date set for dinner at which Perm Anent organization will be per i felted to a dinner of men last night temporary organization of a kiwanis club was effected. There were Twenty five men present and the enthusiasm at High pitch. Per manent organization will be compleat Jed at a second dinner on the 29th. J these clubs Start with a minimum membership of fifty. Already the i greater part of the needed number Isi in sight. J kiwanis work is somewhat similar to that of Rotar. The membership is perhaps somewhat younger but the Aims anal operations look toward Good will and civic improvement. The local club has As its temporary officers s. S. Lappin. President. Or. R. M. Peny Secretary. H. E. Mccormick treasurer. Directors Geo. Struble John r. Andrews. John g. Hogan Horace Railsback George Jack kit a j. Harry Montgomery Ralph Smith. Bill Home out of game for few Days a result of crippled fingers Bill Rariden first string Catcher for the Cincinnati reds who Satur a Day had a couple of fingers dislocated by a foul tip while catching a game in Philadelphia drove in from Cincin Nati this morning to spend a couple of Days with parents and take his wife and Little daughter Back Home with him. I Bill s Little and third fingers on his right hand were the injured members and they Ara still pretty badly Swol in and a noised but he says if Nec i Essary he could resume work at once. He came on to Cincinnati ahead of the team which is due Home Friday after their first tour of the this season and he will join them there on that Date. It is looking in the Pink of condition and is with the exception of the minor injury he recently sus Tainer which is rapidly disappearing. fund 1920 on the filing line in Fiance no Al rat was too hot nor too Long for the salvation my Weie ways there with the co free and dough nuts. The forces of the salvation were not demobilized when Wai was Over. No. Their ervice is the set a Quot vice to Mankind and Oes on ii Moor All ftuidition.-. Of of find Thorn now in Vanir at Home with the it am it a i it that la it scr Tim the of dim. Ov&Ltt-c-a.-. a great work they Are doing. Thoy re Achini men and women that All other moans have failed to reach. They Are Able to do this because they believe in their . Man May be Down but he is never out Quot a and so they go Down and get these men and women by the hand and lift them up and i Plant their feet on higher ground. This is what the late Theodore Roosevelt says about the salvation army it has won it s Way to recognition. And there Are few serious thinkers now a Day who do not i a Cognize in the salvation army an invaluable social assets a Force for Good works effectively in those dark regions where ave for this Force Only evil is there is not a Community where the salvation army has a Post that it is not a better Community because the salvation Ai my is there. If you want to know what the salvation army is doing ask the local salvation army Captain for some info mation regarding the number of sick people he visits every week or of the number of people that have come to him when they Felt that everything was going them they came to the salvation Anny because they knew that there they would find a cheery word word of encouragement and a helpful hand. While we All feel that this is a great work for humanity and a work that we All do yet yet Many of us feel that we could not do this work and so we Are not Active workers in the salvation army. But we can All help and give the workers a Chance to do the work we Are All interested in and it is for this reason that the Home service fund is being the Chance for friends of the salvation army to give assistance. The Home Soi vice fund is a fund raised by voluntary contributions. The fund is to be user for local work of the salvation army so that most of the Money contributed to the fund will be used for the be Tennent of humanity right Here in Lawrence county. The fund will do away with passing the Tambourine and the other Means that were formerly used in Mak Cogniet Illiad to my of Orion making collections for the salvation army. Salvation army worker will Call on you in the near future and will leave with you a few pieces of literature and enrolment Blanks. The h tera Ture will More fully explain the deposits of kaolin in this county by state geologist report is Fuehring Many Sites for Clay that As yet has hardly been touched coot need on another Page Rich deposits of kaolin a Basic Clay used in the manufacture of Alum cake potteries and refractories lie beneath the soils of southwestern Indiana forming an almost untouched source of Mineral wealth according to geologists who recently made an investigation of the , under the direction of w. W. Logan state geologist and head of the department of geology at Indiana University. I the value of the Deposit is not known but the report of the Geol a gifts has created a new interest in the Long abandoned kaolin mining shafts in several Southern Indiana counties particularly in Martin and i Lawrence counties and a rejuvenation of the kaolin mining Fields and the sinking of May to the result. The deposits of kaolin in Southern Indiana has Long attract Eil the at Tention of scientists and their extra Ordinary purity a it Boon regarded a a a phenomenon. A the attention of the manufacturer has not Boon called very frequently j to Tho Coni Porcial of kaolin Quot said or. Logan. Quot Sinco the Dis i Corory in 1874 of a thick boil of Kao Lin on the pro forty owned bar Josoph Gardnor. In Lawrence county the kaolin from Thi it a. I Oon used Only intermittently. In Trio autumn of i a a. I in evian with a View to de Tormin i Tho origin and the Utis a lion of Tho Mineral one Lino of in of ves ligation Lod to the testing of trial j mixtures for Tho possible manufacture of refractory furnaces. Following Tho Entrance of the United states in the world War. The demand for kaolin suitable for the manufacture of pots White Ware and refractories. And for the Pur pose connected with chemical for fare Bonamo very . It ant. For the reason that the european supplies were no longer available because Oft transportation difficulties. On a . I obtained and shipped some Indiana kaolin to several ordnance Laboi stories and to the Bureau of standards. Shipments of Many cars of kaolin were made from the Gardner . This Clay also used in st. Louis in the manufacture of a refractory material called the kaolin of Southern Indiana was first mentioned in the geological literature of Leo , who published the pamphlet Quot geological reconnaissance of Indiana Quot in 1862. it is Quot a very soft Octrous Clay which has resulted from out of a bed of e. T. Cox. Who published the sixth annual geological report of Indiana in 1874, gave the Mineral the name of or. Logan sees in the kaolin deposits the is for the building of a new Industry in Indiana. There is no reason he says Why suitable manufactures should not profit by the Long neglected deposits of Southern Indiana. Quot the kaolin of Lawrence and and adjoining counties is suitable for use in a number of , in some of which its value is already Well established Quot he .say.s. Quot its utilization in Quantity has been in the Ceramic Industry in the manufacture of aluminium sulphate. The kaolin in Lawrence county has been used for Many years in the manufacture of this Mineral but Cryolite supplanted it and was in turn supplanted by Bauxite. Economy in production seems to have been the influencing Factor in this substitution. Quot there Are other economic uses for the Clay however. Aluminium sulphate is readily soluble in dilute sulphuric acid and said to be Superior to other aluminium silicates for this purpose. Large quantities of Alum cake Are now used to produce flocculation of Clay particles in water intended for Domestic use. With an abundance of pyrite for the manufacture of sulphuric acid there no reason Why Alum cake should not be manufactured with profit in this regarding the use of aluminium sulphate in removing Clay particles from water. Or. Logan said that Leomel municipal water works in Indiana Are buying code aluminium sulphate at $45 a ton and that making an allow i Ance for the difference in Active Ma-1 trials the Alum cake prepared from kaolin should sell for not less than $25 a ton. The margin of profit thus shown he said should be an excellent inducement for its manufacture. The purer varieties of the Clay May be used in the manufacture of White pottery wares. Such wares Are manufactured out of a mixture of feldspar kaolin Quartz and Ball Clay. Sanitary Ware electrical Ware and porcelain also contain kaolin. Kaolin May be utilized in the manufacture of refractories such As Firebrick fire proofing Furnace linings Glass pots Sagers and Potter Kiln supplies. Nor does this list enumerate All the varied uses of the Mineral for geologist j who have tested the Clay find that it May be used in the manufacture of encaustic tile a paint pigment to furnish the talc Chalk and other substances used As a filler in the manufacture of paper in the manufacture of filters As a filler for varnishes for Fulling cloth As a Catal Yzer in the manufacture of the Poison of modern warfare and As an buffing. I Chautauqua i Mark Millich believed in custody in Pennsylvania on Confidence charge 21-na>-Man arrives in Bedford to distribute advertising Mark Millich. Leader of the Millich Davich Rukavina Trio who were arrested at Oolitic the afternoon of the 10th of november a sort time after they had robbed Frank Dosen Oolitic merchant of More than $3,000. Is believe to to be in bad again on a similar charge. Reason for such belief is the fact that chief of police Frank Martin this morning receive to a Telegram from Otto Luellen an official at Wai Hington. Pa., in which he announced that Mike coi Bett alias j. Smith was being held there under suspicion of being a Confidence Man and that the address of attorney Robert l. Mellen. Of this City found on his person prompted him to wire the local official for any information he might have conceding the prisoner. Chief Martin immediately answered the Telegram informing or. Luellen that Millich had jumped a $10,000 Bond in Chicago following his arrest on a Confidence charge there and that he was now out on $5,000 Here awaiting trial for his work in this county. There is no doubt in the minds of local officials but that what the prisoner is Millich for Davich is in the Penitentiary Sei ving time for i. Part in the local robbery and Rukavina is said to let a working in Hammond. Millich Only a couple of weeks ago is said to Havo been in Pennsylvania this knowledge having been gained through a letter re Toivo Ltd from him by attorney Mellen. Wife asks divorce Jesse o. Steel charged with cruel and inhuman treatment through her attorney w. E. Clark Georgia l. Steel has filed suit for divorce in the Lawrence circuit court from Jesse o. Steel. The couple were married november 19, 1913 and separated june 6 of the present year. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant has been guilty of cruel and inhuman treatment in that he told her he did not care for her did not want to live with her and repeatedly asked her to leave him. In addition to the divorce degree she is asking for the custody of one child bom to their Union and further that the defendant be ordered by the court to pay to the clerk of the local court monthly a sum sufficient to support said child. Baker dope Hend carnival Man arrested Here causing Daviess county sheriff trouble to. Uni path Chauta Uljua will open in Bedford this summer on july kith and continue for seven Days. A or. Drako. 21-Day-Man. Whose duty is buting Tho a it Lver Tising matter and Hilling the City arrived Here Yos Torday and already has distribute Oil much of their a it Verti it ing. He was Horo on the same capacity last year. Ali program announced for Hod Ford tills year is an excellent one and it i not expo cod that any trouble 1 he in Selling Suffi in to Krois to moot the guarantor. Dee Woody dead pneumonia Fata to Well known local Many funeral thursday Mitchell . Cio Orgo d. Woody aged 62 years and 20 Days died this morning at from pneumonia following an illness fat 4. At his Homo i fast Luth Street of Only a Fow Days. To is Gnu Vivod by thu Wilt of and soveral Chihiro by a form or . Kun it Al or Vico will be conductor from i Lato Roidt nce afternoon at 2 o clock and burial will 1 0 in Tho Scoggan a of toy South of Tho City. -9 t t r a t rank l. Baker carnival employee by sheriff Faith at Bedford in connection with the Oden and Plainfield Robl it Ery case.-, in about the most troublesome sheriff Faith has encountered since his induction into Ottice says the Washington herbal. Piaker is addicted to the morphine habit. While not under the influence of the drug. Baker loses All control of himself cries pleads and a screams for it. To i. Under medical attention after his arrest. Baker told the sheriff that he was in the habit of taking a about every four hours. Itie physicians Are Quot spacing off Quot the doses. What to it to with High i Sonor is a subject that is giving the sheriff no end of worry. Or. was Calliel to the county jail sortie after noon today. Baker Vagt boil swing piteously for the drug. Night Riding with other men Quot Haried against wife in pivoted c no Plutt paid by air plane tuesday afternoon headed South an air plane is reported to have Over Mitchell tuesday afternoon having come in from the East a presumably Cincinnati and it headed South from the Cement City without making a Stop. A John Hays and wife prominent iut Rio residents have been called to Indianapolis to attend the funeral of mis. Hays s sister who died at her Home in Denver col., a few Days ago. The remains were brought Back to Indianapolis for burial and the funeral for urged there today. Alleging that i wife. Jennie Fields to whom he was married the 20th of last March has been guilty of going Auto Riding of nights with other men and refused to Tell him of her conduct and further Ai Seiting that she curse Ltd him and on two occasions threaten etl to shoot him Ralph h. Fields through is attorney w. E. Clark has filed Ruit for divorce in the Lawrence circuit court. The couple separate to. According to the complaint. June 20th, 1920. Year after year tote mine people eat grape nuts and year by year new thousands became concerted to the same Good custom. Grape nuts is distinctive among prepared cereals not Only in form and flavor but chiefly because of its surpassing food value. Grape nuts builds tissue for body and brain. In this food Are preserved in easily digested form the concentrated nourishment of All the Best that wheat and malted Barley can provide. Trial shows a Way to better health and sturdiness. There is no better break to food than grape nuts of there a a reason Uada by Postum Cereal company inc., Bathe Cwek mkt
  • bedford-democrat page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • bedford-democrat page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • bedford-democrat page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • bedford-democrat page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

Search all Bedford, Indiana newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for June 23, 1920

Browse