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The Hartford republican: March 5, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920030501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 5, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . The Hartford Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. COUNTY CONVENTION HERE LAST SATURDAY bo beforo V ' . Subscription $1.50 per Year. NUMBER SENATE UPHOLDS MONROE Devoted to The Interests of Atl'The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, either tho D'tdrlct or State BECKHAM WILL VOTE convention a candidate fvr cither of said places from Ohio County, then FOR TREATY AMENDED wo recommend that Our dolcgates voto ns n unit for such candidate or candidates. 7th: Wo recommend that tho foles FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1920. going off and leave It, also tho bad roads. Tell Bat Nail ho can have a pair of my wlntor pants If he needs them and If they are ,too small In tho waist that any old widow who has had oxperlenco growing a family of boys cah show him how to Jump a "V" extension In the back. . Yours Truly, W. S. DEAN. TO OUR REPORTERS Wo had only a few communications from Correspondents labour last issue, due to delayed malls and failure to start them in time. Friday morn- ng after we wero out, eight communl- catlonrwere in the office, unused, on account of our failure to receive them in time. It is considerable trouble for one to run news items down, write them up and mail, and then to havo them omitted often may appear like labor wasted. As a rule, if your article falls to appear, you may figure that it was no fault of management of tho paper, but a matter of Impossibility. We do our best, always, to handlo all correspondence and fully appreciate tho efforts of all who write for, us and extend to ono and nil our sincere 36 BILL TO LEGALIZE HANGING KILLED Small But Enthusiastic Gathering Weather Threatening. Tho Jtcpubllcnns of Ohio County SInss Convention at tho Court House, Saturday tho 2Sth, in n Hinall, though enthusiastic cathorlng. Tho wonthor .tans threatening and gloomy throughout tho whole tiny, which necessarily iiroventetl a number fror attending. Several came on the afternoon passenger, getting here Just nbout tho tlmo tho Convention ad- Cdurlor-Journa- l. met la k journed. Tho Convention was called to orby County Chairman E. a. Unr-raand after tho reading of the cnll by Secretary V. S. Tlnsley, they woro unanimously elected ns chalrmnn and secretary, respectively, of tho Convention. apUpon motion tho Chair pointed SI. F. Otto C. Martin, Chtimlcy, O. R. Tlnsley. J. W, Kirk and Cnl. I'. Keown ns members of n committee on resolutions. While tho Convention was awaiting, tho report of tho Resolutions Commlttco short talks wore made by County Attorney A D. .Kirk, J. SI. Johnson and oth- der ss of-flc- lowing named he appointed ns dole-gatand alternate delegates to attend tho District Convention nt on Slarch 2, 1020, nnd tho Stato Convention at Louisville, on Mnrch 3, 1020, ns follows, t: W. S. Hill, M. L. Hcavrin, Otto C. Martin, E. O. Darrnss, W. S. Tlnsley, Richard Raker, A. D. Kirk, W. C. Hicnkenshlp, Dr. Wlllard Lnko, T. H. Illnck, Carl SI. Taylor, James Tate, C. O. Hunter, J. E1II3 Slltchell, C. E. Smith, Dr. J. A. Duff, 11. R. Riley, I. S. .Mason, J. Albert Leach, S. A. Brntehcr, W. S. Gaines, S. O.. Keown, C. P. Keown, R. B. Slartln, J. Warren Payton, Jnmes SI. DeWeese, Alvls S. Rcnnctt, Roy Foreman, J A. Bellamy, Georgo SI. Johnson, C. E. Crowder, Dr. A. D. Park, G. A. Ralph, T. II. Benton. to-wl- In responso to a telegram Tho CourlorJournn1, urging ratification of the Pcaco Treaty with or without reservations Senator J. C. W.'Beckham, of Kentucky yesterday wired that he was In thorough accord with this stand Lodge rescrva'-tlons"ha- d oven if the to bo accepted. Tho message to which Senator Beckham replied follows: an ardent "Tho Courier-Journsupporter of tho Treaty unmodified, todn; urges Democratic Senators to ratify at once, oven with tho Lodge reservations It they can do no better. It protests against prolonging the present restless situation and state of war until another Sonato meets, with doubtful results, Slarch 4, next al Frankfort, Ky., Slarch 3. With Lloutcnant Governor Ballard casting the deciding voto the Senate late yesterday afternoon killed tho bill of from Senator Jap Harlan, Bojrlo county, for tho hanging In tho county In which the crime was committed of anyj person convicted of criminal assault. The vote wm 17 to 16. In casting tho deciding vote Lieutenant Governor Ballard said that he did not believe that the passage! of tho bill would lessen tho number of such crimes, and expressed the opin ion that public hanging .would be a iep. nncKwnru Other bills passed (Turing the day include the following: That of Charles SI. Harrlss, Wood ford County, providing for an appro priation for tuberculosis hospital of an amount equal to 10 per cent of the amounts expended for such purposes In tho various tuberculosis hospital districts; that of J. A. Hinkle, Nelson County, empowering St. Catherine of Sienna Academy to confer academic degrees; the bill ot S. L. Slarshall, Henderson County, consolidating 'the office ot Sheriff and Jailer, except In Jefferson and Fayette Counties; tha' of H. T. Morris, Greenup County, providing fir an educational survey of tho State with a view to ascertaining wlrat ails Kentucky's 3choot system: Uhe bill of William A. Perry, Louis ville; regulating tho business of dead animal contractors; that ot J. D Whlttaker, Slorgan County, so amend-S- . j ing the antipass act that school tees may ride free of charge, and the bill of Frank Rives, Christian County, aimed at trespassing by chickens of tho feathered variety. Senator Brig Harris, of Ashland, is working for his bill which revises ho Normal School system of the State and establlShes an Eastern Normal School at Louisa, Lawrence County. The Intention Is to make the Richmond-School the Central and the Bowling Green "institution the WestSenator Harris has ern department. nade a good foundation for what ultimately seems certain to be adopted, as It has the approval of Superintendent Colvin and other educators. trus-Lawlnc- e, , DOCTRINE l7 Democrats Quit Adminis tration On Peace, Pact Vote. Washington, Starch 2. providing ers. . Tho service over tho local SI. H. & E. R. R. In so far as passenger traffic On Fob. 20, Claud Smiley, a young Is concerned. Is considerably In adboy of Sirs. Slaudo Smiley, of near vance of what It was a short time Centortown, died from the effpris of ago. The traveling' public has two flu nnd pneumonia, then on tho 2:ird, opportunities to" go either way, each Olive, a small girl and only remaining day, though wo must say the schedule lady, succumed ttf'tho child of tho maintained by the mixed train Is very same diseases. On tho 26th,- - Sirs. poor. It Is utterly Impossible to an nttnek Smiley herself, died after maintain regularity, owing to the of tho same malady, thus tho' little very great amount of work tho train family was wiped out. Tho deceased is called upon to do. Wo realize lady was a daughter of Uncle Jack that It is impossible tu run a train Barret and widow of Sam SmIJoy. to suft all of us, but when tho Interest of tho majority Ss served thero LADIES SOCIAL CLUB HAS ENJOYABLE SIEET can be no Just kick by the Individual because It does not happen to suit his was enter- convenience. It Is truo that the regTho Ladles' Social Club tained by Sits. SI. L. SlcCracken and ular passenger passes through tho Sirs. W. C. Blankenshlp, Wednesday Southern portion ot the County rathafternoon, at tho home of the for- er early for thatScctlon, being duo C mer. SJany gomes of progressive at Centortown nt A. SI., but to set It back, so wo are Informed, conrook wero played, at the conclusion of which delicious refreshments, con- nection with the train nt Ellmltch, sisting ot salads, cream nnd cakes, for Louisville could not be made. Wo aro not capablo of advising, woro served. but It tho mixed train could be startBesldos the members, tho following hoitor guests woro present, SIIssos ed from Ellmltch something' like an SInrgarot Sla'rks, Slattyo Sandefur, hour later, travel for the County Winnie SImmerman, Myrtle Sladdox Seat and other points west- of this place, from the Horse Branch, Frloda-lnn3rd: Wo heartily commend tho and'SIrs. Gllmoro Koown. Olatou and Narrows section Tho Club will hold Its next meeting services of our prosont ropresqntntlvo with Sirs. R. T. Collins, Wednesday, could como out on tho I. C. to rho j'n tho Kentucky legislature, Ifon. 1. crossing and connect with tho mixed, specifically Slarch 17. Y S. Mason, and wo train, nnd qulto n bit would be added m and unnrilmously endorso his candi to tho passonger traflc. of the local IN COUNTY COURT. dacy for tho Republican nomination, road by. the change. This would, still for Congressman from the Fourth Tho Will of Robert Decker, deceas- give that train plenty of tlmo to conDistrict, and urge all Republicans in ed, of Rockport, wns probated In nect with the L. & N. mornitfg trains this county to usq all honorable meth- County Court, Slonday. Fonzo Decker at Moorman. ods to secure his .nomination. At any rate wo congratulate tho was designated as Executor. 4th: Wo also take pleasure In enTho Will of Sir. T. H. Ford, de L. & N. on tho improved sorvlce, and dorsing tho record of our Stato Sena- ceased, of near Hqjso Branch, wasl tho people, that thoy havo It. tor, Hon. Georgo W. Baker, rind com- also probated and ordered to record. mend him for his faithful efforts to His widow, Sirs. Mary M. Ford wn:i, ALONZO BAUTLETT servo his constituency in tho state by tho tonus of tho will, appointed senate. as Administratrix. Sir. vAlonzo Bnrtlott died "at his Cth: Wo recommend that our delN. G. Hunley was appointed as home In Owensboro, lnnt Saturday, ot egates to both tho District and Stato Administrator of the estate of T, E. Influenza and pneumonia, a.fter an conventions to bo hold nt Elizabeth- - Hunley, deceased, ot near Hopewoll, :llnois ot short duratlpn. The retown, March 2nd, and at Louisville Wednesday. mains were brought to his County March 3rd, respectively, bo instructand burled at Union Grove, his formed to voto as a unit upon all ques- BAPTIST MISSION BOARD er homo, In tho Taffy country, HELD SESSION TUESDAY tions coming up In eltner convention. Sir. Bartlett was a son ot Sir. D. 6th: We further recommond that B, Bartlett, now deceased. Tho Ohio Couny Baptist Mission said delegates go to said District and A CORRECTION Stato Conventions unlnstructed, but Board held It's regular monthly SesThe tale on tho cow and calves apthat they cast thoir votes for dele- sion horo Tuesday, at which the usual gates and altcrnato dolcgates to tho routlno business was transacted. pearing In our last Issue, page ono, National Convention, District Elector, Tho following Ministers were present: column five, was on the wrong man's Dam, cow. Wo erroneously reported it as X Chairman of tho District Commlttoo D. Edgar Allon, ot Beaver nnd other officers that aro to be elect- Chairman; Russell Walker, pt Hart-otr- being W. W. or "Bill" Hatler's cow, Secretary; II. C. Truman, ot when it should have been Joe Haller ed, for those Republicans who In thoir opinion aro tho most deserving, Fordsvllle; M. O. Snoll, of Central We had a letter from Bill denying nnd who reflect most credit on both Grpvo; Z. Forrell, of StpHenry; Birch the charge, hence wo make this, cortho district and party, provided, how Shields and Albert Mnddox, of Bea- rection to set ho and hla cow right J before the world. ever, that In tho evont thero should J ver Dam. pro-tend, d, Kollowing are the, resolutions an reported and unanimously adopted: RESOLUTIONS To the Republicans of Ohio County, assembled In mass convention at the Court House In Hartford, Ky., on February 28, 1020; your commlttco on resolutions, this day appointed by tho chairman of this convention, horeby submit tho following resolu tions, let: Wo endorse tho call of the y State Central Committee for tho County, District and Stato conventions to select delegates nnd alternates to the National Convention and other necessary officers. Wo point with prido to our new ad- i itifnlatrn tlmV linmlnrl liv P.nvflrnnr T?il k P Mnrrnu. nnil liprnliv nnnll.il. Ifledly endorso his administration and his acts, and especially commend Ids courageous stand taken In the enforcement of law and order, nnd In his honest efforts to economize in the administration of the state's government and to do nway with useless and extravagant offices, and to have enacted such laws ns will take our state out of tho mire of politics and put It on a lervol with other progressive states. 2nd: Wo hereby endorso the stand taken by tho Republican Senators of tho United States on tho pcaco treaty nnd especially endorso tho reservations adopted by the foreign rotations couimitteo anfl urged by the Republican Senators, and wo Condemn tho arbitrary, undemocratic and autocratic attitude of President Wilson in relation to tho peace treaty, and especially condemn the extravagance of tho national' party lstrntion. Tho Republican at all times Is against one man powor cither In national, ctate or local poll-tic- s. to-w- Tichc-no- r, Rev. H. C. lows: D. E. Ward, A. R. Carson, H. "In reply to your telegram, I wish C. Crowder Goodell Wootcn, J. SI. to sav that It Is my nurnose to voto Johnson, J. D. Leach, Tom Barrass, for ratification of tho Peace Treaty Judgo Slack Cook, W. S. Dean, Win-so- n even It the Lodge reservaSmith, SI. F. Chumley, W. C. tions aro adopted. Daugherty, B. F. Rico, Ed Shown, U. "I believe It far better to ratify S. Carson, B. C. Rhoads, Dr. A. B. the Treaty, notwithstanding thou) Riley, S. T. Harnett, It. R. Wedding, reservations, than to keep the whole Geo. Jones, Q. B. Brown, S. R. Ben- question In suspense any longer. nett, Sam Stevens, G. W. Rowe, L. A. "When the Treaty was beforo the KImmel, O. E. Scott. T. W. Wnllace, Sennto last November I favored Its S. T. Williams, E. S. Howard, Carl without reservation, but Fralm, S. L. Stevens, W. R. parson, n has become evident that it cannot W. Evans, Jim Carter, Dr. W. L. j be ratified without reservations, and Joe j am now voting with those who aro Jesse Blankenshlp, James, Isom Slltchell, Russell Cooper, ' trying 'to make the reservations as O. R. Tlnsley, J. W. Kirk, Washing - satisfactory as possible, and then rati ' , lUit rn..,inw UUl. ,11.1V, IIMUU UUIVCIf fy tho Treaty. lilJJUl, tM!M ni1f T.1.n Tlnlm. Jns. SIcNutt. "It should bo ratified at the earliest And all other good Republicans possible date, and I have earnestly In tho County. favored prompt action by the Senate, OTTO C. SIARTIN, without so much discussion and deSI. F. CHUSILEY, lay. I, therefore, approve the posiO. R. TINSLEV, tion stated In your telegram to me." ,J. W. KIRK, CAL. P. KEOWN, t HAILROAAD SERVICE Commlttco. , VERY SIUCH IMPROVED m Alternates. Truman, Worth year." Senator Beckham's telegram fol- thanks. THE LODGES. 22. All of the negative votes wern cast by Democrats, while 41 Republicans Joined with 17 Democrats in supporting it. Whim the reservation was adopted last November, It was with the vote of 46 Republicans and 9 Democrats, the vote then being 4. 55-3- administration senators broke away from Senator Hitchcock's leadership and voted for tho Lodge reservation on the Slonroe Doctrine in the Senato today. This Is the largest vote which has been given by the Democrats to .ny of the rigid treaty reservations. The Slonroe. Doctrine reservation, declaring that the United States alono shall havo the right to Interpret the doctrine and that it shall at no tlmo bo under the Jurisdiction of the League of Nations, was adopted 58 to Seventeen . ENTIRE FAMILY DIES Uccklinm Supports Reservation Tho reservation withholding the Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. & A. SI. settlement of all domestic questions held an interesting session Slonday from tho Jurisdiction of .the league night, at which much business was was adopted, 56 to 25, there being degree was also fourteen Democrats transacted. Tho third for it. Last Noconferred upon two candidates. Work vember ten Democrats, supported It.' in tho degrees is to be done at the Both reservations adopted aro in next session. tho exact form in which they were.; K. of P. adopted last November. Rough River Lodge, Np. 110, K. of The seventeen Democrats who gavft. P. transacted a lot of business at it's their votes to the Slonroe doctrine regular convention Tuesday night, reservertion were: Begkhaiii, Kenand for the like of light failed to have tucky; Chamberlain, Fletcher, Gore, . The Oklahoma; Henderson, King, Kirby rank work, as was Intended. rank of Page will be conferred at Slyers, Nugent, Owen, Phelan, Pitt-ma- n, the next regular convention, Slarch Reed, Shields, Smith, Thomas i0, and all members are urged to bo and Trammell. present. If Senators Ashurst, of Arizona, and Walsh, of Massachusetts, had SLVRKETS. LOUISVILLE been present they would 'have 'voted for the reservation, so the total numCattle Prime heavy steers $11 ber of Democratic votes would have 11.75; heavy shipping steers, $10.50 ' . 11; medium steers $9.50 10.50; been nineteen. Senator Borah, leadjer of the ir light steers $8.50 9.50; fat heifers treaty reconcilable opponents $S10.75; fat cows $6.5010; me viewed the result ot the of the vote spelling dium cows $5.256.50; cutlers treaty. Ho SIRS. L. D. BENNETT. canners $4.274.75; bulls the certain, death of the believes the nineteen votes thus refeeders $S10; stockers $7 corded ropresents,the maximum that Sirs. L. D. Bennett died at her 9; choice milch cows $100Q120; rmay be looked for from the Demo home near Bedn, Tuesday night, after medium $70(g'100; common '$50 cratic side of qny ot the essential a piotracted illness of gallstone trou- 70. reservations. ble. Burial of the remains will take Calves Slarket, active and steady. Reservation No. 4, relating to doplace at Beda. veals $16.50 17; medium $9 Best mestic questions, which was flr--- t votTho deceased lady was formqrly 12; common $5 7. was the subject of conslderalnu Sfiss Tulu,.i Chapman, daughter of Hbgs Prices steady on all weights. ed Sir. Joshua Chapman, n devoted mem Best hogs 250 pounds up $14.25; 120 debate. Senator Hitchcock offered her of the SI. E. church, having be- to' 250 pounds $15.25'; pigs 90 to a substitute to the effect that any n 1 I10 114 WUt come Identified with the Church at M.20 pounds, $13; 90' pounds down tfrtit In fcV Iaicvua Ttitfvlit vnfnoa 4r tlt)uu l(lt) AWAltilW fcl' permit any domestic question to como Chapel In early life. In tho $11.25; throwouts $11.75 down. Shtnkle tho jurisdiction of tho league. year 1S70 she was united in marriage ' Sheep and Lambs Slarket un- unc-ewith L. D. Bennett, who survives her, changed. Best sheep $7; bucks $6 This was objected to uy several sento which union seven children were down; best lambs $14 015; strictly ators on the ground that It was in born, sft of whom survive, as fol- good higher; lighter kinds around reality nn amendment to tho Jreaty, and It w&s defeated, ,3C tp 44. lows: Sirs. Lennle Young, of Owv An amendment by Senator Fletch " ensboro; Sirs. Iva Word, of LouisProduco Market. er to eliminate tho word "com ville; Sirs. Jas. Vertrq.es, of Floridp Eggs Candled 46c dozen. mence" from tho list pt domestic Mrs. Herbert Shown, of Beda; Sirs. Butter Country 30c lb. questions prohibited from the Juris- Lee Patton, of Heflln, and Sir. Bon Poultry Hens 2730c lb.; largo H. Bennett, of Dcsdemonla, Texas. spring chickens 26- - 30c lb.; old uiuuun 01 iiiu tuujjue wan rfjuuiyii oAs the date and hour- - of. burial to 44. Senator King1 offered a subroosters 14f15c lb.; stags 2.024c was dependent upon the arrival of lb.; ducks 2225c lb.; turkeys 35 stitute, which was defeated by a viva absent children, it had not been f'x-e- 40c. lb.; gecao 16 19c lb.; guineas voce vote. according to the latest Informa- 30 35c apiece. When the Slonroe Doctrine reservaI tion obtainable tion was railed up, Senator Hitchcock offered a substitute, jvhlch Hvould ' ORO.MAVELL . 7v THE FOURTH DISTRICT have eliminated tho provision in tho CONVENTION AT E'TOWN Lodgo reservation thai; tho doctrine Sir. and Sirs. Georgo Deeg, of Ind are visiting Sirs. Deeg's should bo interpreted by the- United Tho Fourth District Republican brother, Laymon Kohn and family. States "alone." Convention, hold at Ellzabethtown, Lodgo Wants No Altruism. ' R. B. Slartln left today, to attend Tuesday, named W. Shorman Ball, of tho Republican Convention In LouisSonator Lodge objected vigorously Hardlnsburg, and E. C. Wharton, of ville. to the substitute, saying: Springfield asdolegatcs and A. D. "This reservation is a, declaration Sirs. Getle Amos and children are Kirk, of Hartford, and Joo Domom-bro- vry HI with fu. of' tho future and carries out the ot Hart County, as alternate Sir. Fred Porter's entire famil. policy v. hlch has been unbroken thru-o- ut delegates to the National Convention. of seven, aro down with flu. tho entire history. The reservaD. O. Burk, of Slarlon County, was Sir. Ernest Dunn, who has been tion says tho United States alono elected as member, ot the State Cen confined to his room since December, shall construe" It. No other nation has anything whatever to do with it. tral Committee. O. JM. Stanley, of Is ablo to be out some now. Nelson, was chosen elector and Alex Kesslnger, who left here T nttneh irnnt Imtinrtnncn to this bn- Sir. Carl Montgomery, ot Hardin County, as- February 17th., to go to the oil causo 'tho British delegates at the. sistant elector, fields in Louslana, took seriously 111 poaco conforence gave out tho state beforo reaching that place and died, ment that If any question arose over GOING SOUTH Fob. 24th. Tho body was brought ho Slonroe Doctrine the league would back hero and burled at Green sottlo it. It is our doctrine and must Dundee, March 1st. 1020. Rlvor burying grounds, Saturday af- not be disguised in any trappings of I havo sold ternoon. He was a son ot Mr and altruism. Toino the maintenance of Dear Sir. Tlnsley: two of my gilts, through my ad In Sirs- - Dorb Kesslnger. the Slonroe Doctrino without any the Republican, to E. W. Smith, ot whatever lb the most ImSlack Brltt is out after being conRopton.'Ky.; one sow and eight pigs fined with flu. portant thing to bo gained by theso . to C. S. Rowe, Centortown, nnd one reservations, and It tho resorratios gilt to L. SI. Benton, Wysox. Yon bo not I bhull voto against A CARD OF THANKS can run, the ad In this week's edithe treaty " Sonator Brandegee, Reed, Tqwn-sen- d tion and stop. I am starting South We desire to express our heartfelt I nm going to Alabama and thanks to our friends and neighbors and SlcCormlck i.lso supported reservation. Florida. Will be back about the first who so kindly aided us during the Ill- tho original Lod-jof April. I am going to use tho re- ness and death of our father, J. W, The Hitchcock substitute, Including nn nmanilntanf In Conarrtu D4ltinnri ceipt on this bad, weathor that tbg Daker. ' old farmer used on Sassafras sprouts was rejected, 31 u tl. THE FAMILY. 5; ' $60; J. d, Eu-rok- a, m, ad-jpte- y. e V Charles Ora, head of tho Commercial Aircraft Syndicate which Is supported by tho Goodyear Tiro ft Rubbo iBOOZE MONEY Company, Akron, Ohio. i. Mr. Ora declared that he has made arrangements with the Goodyear company for construction of thlrty-flv- o ships ten each of six, twelve and Find SenW&.TmristsAYill capacity, which will Against bo used on the Middlo Wcstorn lines, America and flvo ships, having a capacity of 200 passengers, which will be used on transcontinental lines. Tho first routes will take In the nmSn,Feb 38. If a million following cities, ho said: Jmrcftrans Hhould visit Europo this Kansas City, Denver, Tulsa, Okla5snmmw, caqh person spending an homa City, Fort Worth, New Orleans, $i;o0 net, that will mean Jackson, Memphis and Springfield, MiriUBraaidNir of $1.000,000,UOO to the III. asstem shores ol the Atlantic, help-IrTho first small ship will arrive vwAtorially 'in balancing tho hero tomorrow and after being exKr find Europe at this time hibited at au aeronaatic.tl exposition, toal&air ''w-- .her roomy hank vaults It will be flown back to Kinaaj City, lCTrr.iflns 'for tho guests them-seH"- and put into commission. acre ncant. While no definite tarrlff rates have TwifBly'haU of this billion dollar? b'ecn fixed., officials of iho syndicate Witt "He )iunt on liquor, for most of estimated that the cost jf yasscnger UK!lEXJCnlflnklnE, rich old toper o' airship travel would not exceed " tJwr1 ViIw.mI States have migrated hero cents a mile, j r wwit will arrive. France has ' of champagne that bottles lias Hail Stomach Tumble For .Sovcn emptying. Ilnlv's vormouin, Years. IPwjrapjral'H iort '..nd Spain's sherry Theodore Sanford, of Fenmore, many an American smack. 'TJ? Mich., has had stomach trouble for 3&H2drMB-- few thousand barrels soven years and could not eat vegetamCCMawl Hnurbon whisky that don't bles or fruit without pain in tho tuaiifir. traste and. therefore, are stomach and restless nights. By takJtjiis tanvekot. It is roasonablo to ing Chamberlain's Tablets he Is now S3ti:aa Scmflc Bacchanalian orgies in able to eat vegetables or fruit withWTirnrajnular European city this out causing' pain or sleeplessness. If troubled with Indigestion or constiJKarope Out For CnMi. pation give these Jablets a trial. They .CUrare innocent souls might expect are m certain to prove beneficial. if dissembling S&tit TSxrope .even vwiwM "toe waiting for the dear Amcrl-r-ayEAST VIEW. Trailing "with loving smiles and Taerr3imidtylo ploasc. Sho faces A heavy rain fell at this place FriwjEatanard.rnday with no smiles. The day morning, causing the low lands nnzili tflAtrc on tho program Is to to overflow. of American tourists, Mr. Glrty Hamilton and family aa&xSMj collection will be undertaken moved to Beech Grove, Wednesday. swtch I'lsror that the carefree Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Austin, of Bea abroad will susptct a magic ver Dam, spent from Friday until fc'lraner has been used. With Monday with relatives In this viciniJimr ifinst sunshiny days of early ty. spurn?: begins tho open baason for Miss Ophelia French Is spending jlBiiarAixn game. a few days with Mrs. Coleman Cun-dif- f, VTiKJi Ahey aro being made diz7y of Shinkle Chapel. wiJlj syiHSal scales of prices for Mr. Homer Martin and family have iUnwiiiaiis, and with American e- influenza. , xtras 9t happy visitors will hear Messrs, G. M. Martin, Sr., and Kinch man:? toTelgn sentiments that will Martin are 111 of flu. ix?lu.zA and alarm them. They will A small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Isara feo 'tbeir astonishment that ev-a- King has diphtheria. wortnslon of sentiment in Mr. James Stogner and family, of a.TPjiercussion throughout the Llvermore, spent Saturday night and WjriiX. lleniinse of Flume, Italy hates Sunday with relatives In this vlnclnl- AjeooxMsa. "France is hostile because ty. ot Oih- "high cost of living, the rate of Mrs. Jaule Wlgglnton, of Tucker 3sifrMU)u and American criticism of Hollow, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben yroiriy .French imperialism. Belgium Wlgglnton. C23lvA .understand why further loans Mr. Noel Massie, of Union Grove, ;?ijs.tnsfja.ed. The ylpyipping of Irish was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. vrczzfiVhrcJpra in 'America for tho French Sunday. .tfnnslng an ot Sulphur Mr. Tom Taylor, Great two.- - aun vlune its work in Springs, was the guest of Mr. and DJairiico. where a dlsllko for every-th'n- a, Mrs. Sam Taylor, from Saturday until kzaerican is becoming general. Monday. rj, OiTistbt Opinion of Wilson. Mrs. Sallle Long, of, Sulphur "Eniojio will t,ell tho tourists they Springs, has been at the bedside of 'Jiwui js.vjuui?i1 Mr. WHson to bo the hor mother, at this place, foe tho past modern times, but had two weeks. jjs.mJi'hffiLmiulB a creat mistake. --- o had fOUKllt ,.! t1nt Araiirl.n A Timely Suggestion bBlBaranv for the last four months Tho next time you have a cough tho four had v.rfa urar, but cover datedfour years or cold try Chamberlain's Cough tho back to , .muak Remedy. It is pleasant to take and proud, you are sure to be pleased with the they were enjoying Nrhu prmauemMis noutrallty. America has relief which It affords. This remedy uJJ J!to xolfl and rofuses to help. lias a wide reputation for Its cures of oyMJsrfBdu.VIUon has become a Kat- - coughs and colds. a degrades Lanblng because ar iK .tilMes to contiuuo to bow low SIUXKIiE CHAPEL NEWS. ot a lord and master. Tho tb iu ."iiwniAii rcpresentatlvea aro with Several around hero have tho flu aTuci, Sroin the peace conference. and whooping cough. by President Wilson, and, Itev. Landreth filled, his legular .jfcBneiiily after long sllonco lie appointment at this place Sunday. A any decision buing mndo nlco little crowd attendod. itiiJU.Hi bis sanction. Mr. J. E. Kirk had a sale last SatN : when these million American urday, Feb. 21. ioMJduca return homo their common B. Stewart and children, of Mrs. E. m jMwVtencos will give tliem a common Bcda, visited their parents and grandrixuM A npininn respecting their old parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Balrd, i!Jl'jH) unemles. The effect should Saturday and Sunday. il Hf Jteanxly marked In public Miss Flora Hoover, who has been November elections visiting frlendj and relathcs, of Clear In iho t wfli Aavu'unii of those two results Uun, Is at homo now. America will bo dibcourageil Mr. and Mrs. Vascoo Balrd visited m fewMxg relationships with Europe Mrs. Balrd's parents, Mr and Mrs. cvrKlMt will want to enter tho councils John Bennett, of noar Llvla, Saturday l 3'jub IT for no other purpose and Sunday. tbMi i2mii Umuiug of iulsapprehen-iiir''-!oneurnliiMr. and Mrs. L. L. Poller visited hprsolf. Tho second Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Shown Sunday., wirik jomns likely inasmuch as tho Mrs. L. P. Bennett, wlin has been .iYpiiiant ot American cxpor at tho bed side of hor otuit, Mrs vwlVr-iil- l compul an intense Interest Mary Simmons, of Owenaboro has ; Jt-oiiby tho United States. returned home. Mr. Sherman Howard and sons, (lMKeiona ngreo cuat in cnKcs of Losllo and Itoscoo, attended church iHiruc, bruises and wounds tho hero Sunday. turn, tyoutmont Is most important. Mr. Bob Itowan, ot Heflln, had a IVlurai u otllclont antiseptic is salo February 24 and 2o. Mr. Row.promptly, thcro is no danger of an has sold his farm to Mr. Evans. fiifiMbvu and tho wound begins to Mr. Lee Johnson, ot near Taffy, Viuttti .at' once. For uso on man or visited Mr. and Mrs. David Havenor, Ituoctt. Aarozono Is tho idoal antlsoptli! who aro ill of flu, ono day this week. . tinf JiutoUnc agent, lluy It now and tun utly for an emorgoucy. Prlco For hoarseness, inflamed lungs or 'JVStZ, c, $1.00 and $l.G0.SoId by Irritating coughs, Ballard's Horo m Hound Syrup Is a healing balm. It ShiMCuuty Drug Company. does its work quickly and thoroughly. Prlco 2Gc, COc and $1.00 por botJTJ&.11KH llltI(iIIU.i: MNKK 'SO UK Ol'KSVAi AT ONCE tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company, in -eNw York, Fob. 20 Plans for Ml Uureo transcontinental Ci'lArfJfijo ilinibtp linos' for passengers FOR FLETCHER'S evoral small Middlo Western jm f ilium wain iiiiMlllinci'll ho 10 toilllV bv (SHREK iiiilhihhih1"!""-- " f! TO GET timent fifty-passeng- er Get Goodyear Tire Economy for That Smaller Car Just as owners of the highest-price- d auto- et fofe mobiles get greater mileage and economy out. of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear advantages. Goodyear Tires are built to afford a money's worth in performance and satisfaction which only the utmost in experience, resources and care can produce. This extraordinary money's worth begins not only with the merit of these tires, but also with the first cost, which in most cases is no greater, and sometimes actually is less, than that of other makes of the same types of tires. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford, Chevrolet,Dort,Maxwell,or other cars taking these sizes. He is ready to supply you Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the same time. The 30x3-- , 30x3Vk, and 31x4-inc- h sizes of w n oi sire '.'& viti.ia wroSS&L ? - -. - ... 30x3V Goodcar Fabric, er d Double-Cur- e Tread e &- 0 fcc U -i ry 30x3',A Goodyear Single-CurTread Fabric, Anti-Ski- 1( i- -i Gqodycar Heavy Tourisr Tubes arc thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why rik a ;ooJ casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy coit lit.lc more man tubes ot less merit. 30x3-hizi in water' prooi "a Tau.-istTub- $3' Ameri-1-ca.iK- -- - -- : pur-j-pa- m Anglo-Americ- kbkhS.J o Liver-mo- re LIMULN SHAH NEARLY FINISHED I cutting was done, and who ) tjrtt&i-MiiaiuJT.-- ii Monument Most Magnifi- cient Ever Built; Cost Exceeds $2,500,000. Washington, Feb. 28. Standing on tho banks of the Potomac Ulvcr and within a short dlbtanco of tho .Vashlngton Monument and the White House is the greatest and most beautiful monument ever orected to the memory of any man It Is the Lincoln Memorial, a stately pile of white marble, which Is nearlng completion and which will be dedicated some time this year on n dato to bo selected by the Lincoln Memorial Commission. Tho magulficlent edifice is being orected at a total cost of $2,591,000, of which amount ?S5,000 was paid o Daniel Chester French for the mnr-bl- e status of Lincoln, which io being orected In tho center of tho building. Tho martyred Prssldont Is portrayed seated. It Is sald to bo tin largest Imago over unde'i taken In marblo. Tho stono from which tho statue was carved is Georgia marble, quarried from tho hills of north Georgia, blocks and consists of twenty-eigh- t totaling approximately 3.000 cubic feet, each cubic foot pt which weighed in tho rough,, approximately 200 sont was nounds. This perfect shipped to Now York where tho sta-tu- o was completed In tho studio of tho plcclrllll brothers from tho sculptor French's model, and from thoro It was shipped to Washington, whoro It Is now being set up. Is Tlilily Feet IIIkIi. Tho total height ot tho statuo Is thirty feot. Tho statue Itself is nineteen feet high and while tho pedestal is ten feot high and tho plynth Is ono foot In height. Tho heroic ptoportlons may be appreciated when It is known that the buttons on L.ncoln'e coat measure four inches in dlamoter, while every other feature Is In proportion. The head of Lincoln Is four feet high According to Qctullu Plcclrllll, in whoso New York studio tho marble ai n-J-ll !?vluhiy sontl-.u3k'A- tUr Is now in Washington .lUporintendinj: the erection of tho statu-- In the memorial, U took tho snrvtH's of twenty high-c- ls marble cutters n enr and a half to coniplwtc the stiHn. The model mado by French was tle font In height and tills model was used by tho in measuring the proportions of the marble. The marble used in the building was nuarrled from the top of tho Pocky Mountains not lai from Denver, Col., at a holglu of 8,000 feet above tho sea levol. It is Known as Colorado-Yul- o marblo. One of the novel features of tho structure Is tho roof, which is made of marble slabs threo feet by five feet and only three-eightof an inch in thickness. This takes tho placo of tho usual glass skylight effect for lighting purposes. It was thought that a more deslrablo light could bo obtained and the beauty of tho building could be enhanced at tho samo time by using marblo. But to make the marble serve this purpose it was neccstr.ry to resort to the uniqao experiment of boiling tho slabs in huge kettles of whito wax hours. Tho result for forty-eigproved oven nioro salsfactory than anticipated. Tho light now filters through in an ideal manner. Tho only materials used In tho conPIc-clrll- lis ht In other directions may bo seen the entire city of Washington. When this magnificent edifice is formally opened to tlw pub'le it will ho found to be of such a character as to command the admiration not only of all Americans, but of the enilip world, nmluent persons who have visited every foreign country unhesitatingly make the assertion that no similar structure can begin to approach tho Lincoln Memorial either in size, beauty or location. Formor President William Howard Taft, who dug tho first shovolful of earth from its foundation on Lincoln's birthday, 1914, haid of It: "It Is a fitting tribute to the' majesty of the great and kindly man." A pain In the sldo or back that catches when you straighten up calls for a rubbing application ot Ballard's Snow Liniment. It relaxes tho contracted mdsclos and permits ordinary bodily motion without suffering or Price 25c, 50c and inconvenience. $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Cour- ty Drug Co. m Dl'KKHl'HKT Miss Georgia Smith at Hnrtford last week. entered school to Mr. Leonid Smith went AIUHUltG. Tho farmers aro very busy burning plunt beds. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Daughn, of Adaburg, have moved to Mr Al King's farm, near Hell's Hun. 31r. T. H. Westerfleld recently purchased a'flno horsff from Al King. Mr. and Mrs. piarenco Ford and daughter, Icy, of Hell's Run, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Helm, Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Iny Keown and daughter visited Mrs. Keown'a mother Saturday B struction are marble, granite, lime- a !, Cliilclren Ory CASTO R A All of tht' stone, brick and concrete steps and platforms am made ol ,ilnk Mllford granlto from MuswhiibPtts. For tho interior floor and wall base, Tonnesseo marblo wns used. Tho foundation of tho memorial is different from that of any building on this continent. It Is so solid that all of the soil around It could bo washed away by a mighty flood and tho building would still remain. Thli Is duo to tho fact that Iho foundation extend through (ho soil to a depth of two f jo; heio'y bed rock. Tho vlow from tho veranda sur rounding tho building is second to To tho eastnono In nil Washington. Institution, ward tho Smithsonian New National Musoum. "Washington Monument, Library of Congress and the Capitol may bo plainly ioon; and tho tho west looms Arlington Virginia hills In all their picturesque grandeur; to the southwest tor n long distance is the majestic Potomac lei surely winding Its course occauward night. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Holm visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor Saturday night. Mrs. Zack King and little daughter Rachol Lucille, visited Miss Mary Patton Monday. f As a result ot the depletion of our forests, Industries dopondent upon wood are already going out of business, with tho lnovitablo depressing Influence on their localities. local exhaustion of tho forests Is leaving great stretches of land in au unproductive condition, resulting in virtual impoverishment, it not depopulation, of vory considerable areas. Tuosday, on business. Mr. Clajton Park, of Oklnhoma. spoilt tho week-en- d bore, tho guest of rolatlvos. Mr. W. F. Cornoll returned to Fjanklln, last Saturday to re- sumo his work In tho oil fields after spending some tlmo horo with his family. Kvooono is rejoicing ovor tho change in tho H. It. service and think the pooplo along the lino deserve It as we have lived on a tralnless railroad long enough. Mrs. Anderson Mondows and Sirs. Archie McCann, Misses Nora and Lu-l- a Hoover, of Owonsboro, who huvo been spending; somo tlmo with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoover, returned to tholr homo this wcok. Mlhs Ella Smith Is spending tho week at Hartford, tho guest ot her sister, Mrs. Jesso Caseblor. Mr. Philander Trogdon, who died in Owonsboro, was burled In tliu Clear Hun cemetery last Friday afternoon. Miss Coppago, of near Dun- deo, spent sovoral days horo this woolc, tho guest of hor cousin, Mrs. Onis Whltohouso. Mr. HIchard Coppago, ot Dundeo, visited Mr. Onls Wliltchonso and family tho first of tho week. Mr. Andrew Payno was in Calhoun a few days last woolc, on business. Mr. Llgo Morris passed through horo Tuesday, enrouto to Owonsboro, whore ho is taking treatment from a jiliyslclan. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Park spent Tuesday and Wednesday, the guests of tholr paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Layman, of noar Hartford. Miss Mario Hello Thomas and Mr. nosol C. Park woro united In marriage, Wednesday, Feb. 18, at tho homo of Hov. Harper, who performed tho ceremony. Doth aro very popular young peoplo and hnve the best wishes of a host of admiring friends. K, r M A o Tako Herbino for indigestion. It relieves tho pain In n few minutes and forces tho fermented mattor which causes the misery into tho bowels whore It Is oxpohed. Prlco 00c. Sold ty Ohio County Drug Co. m " , V L publicity. Tho National Association, nccordlng to Mr. Hlto, Is contemplat- GERMAN FORTRESS ing an advertising campnlgn that will KENTUCKY BUREAU put the farmer's sldo of tho question 0 DISMANTLED HULK yi of living condtlions beforo tho public. Tho fcdprntlon In this Stato will Hint Kentucky lins n Farm ndvortlso In Kontucky newspapers, Now Berlin, Feb. 14i Helgoland two Hiircnu Federation, inntlo up of nioro each county through Its own medium years ngo Qermnny's most ImpregnaEducation also will be tnken up. ble barrier ngnlnst Allied sea power than thirty comity organizations with n combined membership of nenrly Mombors of tho bureau, Mr. Hlto ex- is today n dismantled hulk of no 7,000, one of tho questions before plained, recognlzo tho advantages of military Importance. Tho black imagriculturist. tho Stnto today Is: "What Is this now tho Informed perious bulk of tho Islnnd ltsolf, Ilannn appealed to the surmounted by tons of masonary and machinery going to do?" Tho purpose- of tho Kentucky Kami farmers In hs talk to send their son Ingeniously constructed gun emplaceUurcnu Fcdorntlon, organized on n to nn agricultural college. ments, Is all that remains. Conservation of soil Is ono of th'2 pcrmnncnt haels at Tho Seolbach Germans concerned in tho conResolutions struction of tho fortress dcclaro anTuesday and Wednesday by nioro alms of the federation thnn 400 farmers representing cvory adopted point out to the farmer his other seven years' work will bo agricultural section In tho State Is duty as an owner of land The ten-nto comploto Helgoland's de system was deplored for the rea"development of Kentucky agricul mobilization. Work has been in son that oroharlly the tenant do progress for over a year. All tho ture" guns havo bcon dismantled, but tho Not In a narrow senso, as was nut reallzo tho roaponsloliity of natur.il resources. pointed out by W. C. Ilannn, Commisdestruction of tho harbor works and Good roads also wore a subject of sioner of Agriculture, In a. talk to the other fortifications on tho Island is farmers, but "In the very best nnd discussion. The federation Indorsed proceeding. tho bill now beforo tho Legislature broadest senso possible." This stronghold was built at a cost Tho now federation, Its alms and which would provide y a system of of nioro than $17G, 000,000, but its county mighty guns fired but onco throughits politics, is of vital Interest to roads connecting ce-In Kentucky with cery other county the Stato nnd to tho Nation. This out tho wnr. Tho British warship was pointed out by nearly every sent. Shannon wns the tnrgct. Tho islnnd "Farmers' wives nnd daughters at- played a negative part in the defenso speaker, from J. Lewis Lcttcrlc, pres' Although of tho German coast, probably beident of tho Jefferson County Farm tended the convent'nn. Uurcnu, who mndo tho nddrcss of none took any part in the progrnmm. cause Allied experts 'agree that it welcome, to K. A. Woods, Allen Coun- they Informally dlsciihscd tho federa- would have been Imposslblo to silenco ty, who accepted tho presidency of tion, Its plans nnd purposes, among Its batteries. The Velvet tin Women from other the association at Us closing session. thomselvcs. Tho foundations of the harbor, is twice as big ' J. S. Crenshaw, Cadiz, Ky who not- counties were heard to express favor which is about 800 yards In length as shown here ed ns temporary president, said. In of tho nctlon taken hero to form a and COO yards wide, consist of hugo Woman's Auxiliary to the Jefftrsjn blocks of concrete. All these hava substance In making known tho reason for organization: "Farmers County Farm Bureau. to bo destroyed. Tho ground on Formed In Open War throughout tho country recognize which the barracks Btand, to reclaim Kentucky farmers were told that which from thnt tho individual farmer, although the sea a multitude of their organizations gave promise of Germnns worked for years at a cost he mny bo industrious nnd "Tom" "Bill" ever is without power nt many points. developing Into ono of tho best in of $5,000,000, is to be returned to Ho, tho now federation purposes to the country by Harry It O'Brien, the sea. Everything in tho defenses ever good good pipes pnpor writer begin where the Individual leaves off, Philadelphia, a of Helgoland Is worked by hydraulic Mr. O'Brien said that ho had attendpower. The water necessary for the and to accomplish by pooling of Inpipes go their best, terests, what Is difficult nt times, ed conventions held by five State defenso and sanitary purposes is nnd impossible at other times to do farm bureaus drawn by huge pumps from fifty feet "James Speed, Louisville, another below bea level. Tho subterranean by farmers working separately." Ono feature of the convention was farm paper writer, yesterday after- galleries, which are electrically light friendly smokes.. provided by an informal discussion noon referred to tho federation's ed, aro regarded by military men as Velvet is held nt tho conclusion of the regular Initial meeting ns "most unusual." "wonder works." madk: is "Tho farmers seemed to know programme Tuesdny nfternonn. TemAlthough the Germans considered what they wanted to do," ho Bald, that tho secret of Helgoland had been porary President. Crenshaw called for ass for pipes. county bureau reports. Heglnning "and did It." kept inviolate, It is now revealed that Ono of tho outstanding character- a British naval officer, posTng as an alphabetically, ho went down tho list good day. Velvet is of Kentucky counties, requesting a istics of the now organization, accord- American student, saw all of the forto mellow middle age. report from each that had a county ing to Mr. Speed, was "tho open way tifications in 1913. In which tho federation was formed." J. bureau. "There wns frco and open discus7ll In Daxlcss Uurcnu "Tho For eight long seasons im del- sion of everything," ho said. was Intensified. Interest The FOR FLETCHER'S egate from Davims County Farm entire organization, its plans and Its rawness, off wooden hogsheads, Bureau reported a membership of aims, is most thoroughly American." a 7G4. This proved to be tho largest "ageing in "young" tobacco wood." The Hot Lnuitlie. St. Louis, Mo. Extensive surveys bureau In tho federation. Ilcndcr neces-slatc- d "My icdentary habits have are being made by tho United States Bon County enmo second. generous Velvet comes cool, calm Jefferson tho use of an occasional laxa- Public Health Service of school and County Farm Bureau, one recently good made good, made better. organized, reported 400 members. tive I have tried many but found home conditions of children in sevEach representative told of the nothing better thnn Chamberlain's eral sections of Missouri. It is exwork being done Jiyhis. bureau, The Tablets," writes Georgo F. Daniels, pected to result in medical superviSfc main acconlpllshmont so far, It was Hardwlck, Vt. Mr. Daniels fs proprie- sion of schools a'nd the establishment brought out, has been through co- tor of tho Hardwlck Inn, ono of the of health centers where deficient m children may receive medical attenoperative buying. Many Instances model hotels of New England. tion. wore related In which this or that bureau had saved money for Its W. BIjANTOISI), INVENTOR having Tho counties members. OK WOKM1) CLOCK, DIES The activity of tho reds in Chicago .? fower members contended with thoso is not an uprising of Pawnee redskins boasting larger memberships. Chicago, Feb. 28 William Blnn-for- d, as has been repotted to the British The fact ihat the federation Is not an Inventor, who worked a life- house of lords. My wordl Washsweetness of good! Velvet's sweetness is nnd does not Intend to be a "price time on a clock which tells simul- ington Post. fixing" organization wns emphasized. taneously the time in all parts of the cake. like "frosting" on tODacco, Production will bo kept nt the highest world and records atmospheric PERRY CHOWDER OF posslblo point, it wns said. Only in changes and astronomical conditions, ageing, from having; mildness comes from CALIFORNIA WHITES this way, ns Mr. Leonard snid, can died at Aurora, 111., aged 82 years. fragrance is tobacco fralife baked out. America bo brought back to a normal Tho great timepiece automatically W. S. Tinsley: condition. lights up at night. It Is driven by Editor Republican Dear Sir and perfume. And Velvet makes cm JL. grance, not Commissioner Ilannn, In a talk on d weights. friend: I presume that you will not "Kentucky nnd Her Future DeveIt has been Inspected by scientists renew my subscription to your paper One cigarette. Roll one. lopment," blamed the high cost of from all parts of the world. without a request accompanied by a persons living on tho number of t check for tho amount, so you will find through whoso' hands pass products it enclosed. .good old Velvet Joe says: ,' of the soil beforo thoy reach th'i You may believe me, ono away consumer. lie said that this condifrom home, situated as I am, gets a tion should be changed. , Pepto-Manga- n friendly lot of pleasure in reading the pape r "Fill yo' Ilepit'sontntho in Market. from tho homo country onco each It. W. Hlte, St. Matthews, first friendly smoke Yp' week. I know most of tho corres vice president of tho federation, in Many Homes Hotter Health Ih pondents from ' sections the various old world wag." let' Simply ii Matter of that declared yesterday afternoon and keep up with tho happenings and this matter would bo investigated. Better Blood items of gossip. , outWhilo plans for work have boen rff California still looks good to me. lined only tentatively, ono of tho ii Improes Hlood Tho climate is inviting and pcoplo Cwj; first things to bo dono will bo tho from tho East aro coming hero by establishment of representatives in tho thousands and buying land. A tho various markets of this country COMPOSED OF APIMtOVED BLOOD. large per cent of the tourists are MAKING ELEMENTS PUT Tho prlco obtained by tho producbuying farm property. It Is not so UP IX LIQUID AXD er will be noted. The tho product hard to find a coyoto or jack rabbit TABLET FORM will bo followed up until it gets into here, but you can't find a vacant the hnnds of the consumer. Tho bouse at all. This condition has been prlco that tho latter has to pay will Are you tired and weak and 'blue?' brought about by tho great flood of bo noted, too, and tho difference will Do you say to yourself, "What's tho people who want to trado mud and "x be found. use of living? What do I get out of icicles for sunsh'no and flowers, froz"If tho margin is found to bo too life, dragging through this drab exist- en cabbage and potatoes for fresh groat," Mr. Hlto said, "tho federa- ence in this unhappy way?" fruit and vegetables of 1920. tion will tako soma action of its You don't feel well and you don't Tho East is from six to twelve Republicans and about of C. C. Hoover. They came up to at- was tho guest qf Miss EVa.LalatVaGae. pwn or sorno action through tho na know why you havo so littlo energy to months behind us in tho production the Democrats were for reservations, tend the burial of Philander Trogdon, day night. Kentional association, of which the do anything, and you got all tired out of fruits and vegetables, yet "Old then he was willing to risk his fate. which took place last Friday. Miss Dulcia Campfield'tiwfcater&B tucky federation intends to become before it Is done. There are mil- Kentucky" bleats tho world for pure, As, to myself, give me either Lodge Mr. Clifton Hoover, who has been with spinal trouble. a mombor, to rectify matters." lions In busy America that havo such genuine hospitality, thero tho front or Johnson and per cent indisposed for some time, is able to yww idd Stella, tho twenty-tw- o Then thoro will bo tho matter of feelings now and then, and they aro door is always wide-opeAmericanism. be up again. daughter of Mr. Henry Elirnii.TiiiaSfaai to be pitied. But there is help. UnAs the people In Kentucky did so May you lorg live and be happy, is Feb. 18, of pneumonia. ThcaxatauBbta less some serious malady is at the well by Morrow last fall, I believe my COOLSPRIXG wish were burled at Cool Springy-SaMulnbottom of their trouble, a foV weeks he will bo considered as fit timber L. P. CROWDER, often follows ground the day following?. n will work a won- for the presidential ticket by the Reof Rondy, tho nineteen year old son, 320 Green Leaf Ave., Whlttlpr, Cal Cold puts publican National Convention. derful change. Popto-MangAs a of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sandefur, died new vigor into tho blood, and the to myself, I will bo easily satisfied, KILL THE COLD1 CLEAR RUN. In New Castle, Ind., February 20. blood is tho life fluid. With plenty yet my stomach can not digest neuHis remains were interred at Cool of rich, red blood coursing through trality as regards tho Leaguo of NaHILL'S Everett Hudson, of Rockport, visit- Springs Monday. Funeral services one's body one is pretty likely to feel tions, neither can It digest any one ed the family of Robert Kirk, Mon- were conducted by Rev. Ward Taygood and vigorous and be strong and who tried to persuade the Republi- day. CASCARAfcMUININI look hearty. lor, of Jtoslne. His death was quite cans to surrender American prlnct Mr, Leo Johnson was called to the a shock to, the entire community, DENTAL SURGERZT Go to your druggist and ask for pies in order to appease the wrath home of his father-in-laDave Rondy was a good, religious boy and ." Bo Bure to of Woodrow. "Gude's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hav-en- we regret bis loss in the Church as Centertown, KTv--. say "Gudo"s". If "Gudo's" is not on Standard cold remedy for 20 year I think Gen. Wood ought to be a are both down with tho flu. well as in the choir, and we extend In tablet lorm saie, sure, no tho packago it Is not good brand as he is now ready to acHnrve Travis, of Westerflejd, was our heart felt sympathy to his famipplatci brcaka up a eoia in zt nours relieves sup in uays. up in both liquid and tablet cept the League with tho Lodge re- in our midst Monday It is put Olllcos over Mortoni. Qnaji t and Tuesday. ly. Money back If it falls, ins form. Tell the druggist which you servations, though ho was a, long genuine dox his a kci Dlcle McCann, Grade Meadows and Store Call' Cumt. Thonv lid There is quite a lot of sickness in BU'M"II"II aaah. top w n n jar. Jim s prefer. Thoro Is no. difference in time in making up his mind, but as Nora Leo Hoover are spending picture a few this community. niodlclnal valuo. Advertisement. Drug Startt At All soon as ho saw that nearly all bt the days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' Miss Violet Carden, of Prentiss, ftMWi 7,000 FARMERS IN - or Now All You Good Fellow's;, Come Fill Up Your Pipes" nt con-snrl- ns 15c d, F w x men are it's when bowl and to'each other;, are If 'tis when Velvet's in the a-goi- ng. a mighty For Kentucky Burley the leaf that Nature Wholesome and hearty, honest Burley lea the And that same brought Children Cry tr CASTO R "A Nature Velvet "meditates" oF throwing the truly the Out and the tobacco and kept jFrr'te 4rawn 'ir the V the not "put on" natural Its a Its not true fifty-poun- a Number As Millions Need ' heart with mouth with the An' thoughts,, I'epto-Miingu- CJapj&4J,Jaae --the two-thir- friendly tobacco one-hundr- n. Pneumonia Neglected .VA n Popto-Manga- an Dr.M.M.DexSer BRonifc Ha-ven- Popto-Magan- or Popto-Manga- n. ? ..- -. .i- - and If you don't pay him in a rea: TThe sonablo length of tlmo ho su&su'ou and very promptly collects by law. Not one of us would evor think o I'liMMinl Weekly by perform a marriage 1'IMXTIXO COMPANY having a nilnlfter IIAHTFOHI) :oremony without paying him for It Incorporated then why is he 'obligated to perform i very much greater amount of labo W. S. TINSIjKY, Kdltor laturally necessary to tho conduct it Business Malinger. nml x funoral, for nothing? Let's chang something for according to law nt the tho habit, stop taking Entered Hartford, Ky., as uall nothing and PAY the Minister thn Fostotficc, which wo Justly owo him. matter of the scconil class. Hartford Republican OPIt READ. " Ople Hcnd, who Is to appear here Address ,Thc all communications to Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUIlSCIUBEllS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give- tho old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and Sc per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards 6c for of Thanks, lc per word, and money each head lino and slgnautrc, in advance. Church Notices for services free, word. Anonymous communications Tcceive no attention. TELEPHONES but other advertisements, lc per will Farmers Mutual Cumberland 1 lUDAY 59 123 MAHC1I 5 ' During" the', past few years the Country has not only witnessed. enormous Increases in wages, but it has likewise seen the greatest rcductlo ever known In the matter of hours of service rendered. No one desires to see or hear of any man, woman or child working for less than what is fair and right, considered fromall angles. But with hours being shortened, or rather with the working cut shorter, and the total remuneration being rapidly advanced, how are we to ever get back to earth again? The H. C. L. ian't be corrected by that route. We could have increased the pay and made it O. K., but to both increase the day's wage and and at'the same time, materially shorten the day makes the laborer's product higher and higher, working upward from both ends, you might say. The laborer who has only himself to maintain is of course winner by short hours and a larger pay-e- n velope, but those who have families to support, those who must purchase in large quantities, the products of other men's toil must, and do, suffer by the process, and thus the whole system Is out of joint. Aside fron curtailing tile unholy profits filched from the people by both big and small business, about the only way to re duce is for all of usfo do a little more work each day, which would not mean a reduction in wages, but really, It would amount to an increase. The more we produce of the things of every day sale, tho cheaper they are apt to be. Wo live and labor in vain if we turn out no more than oik actual needs and that is what wo are doing, and no reduction or equalizing with normal standards can be had until we increase production, a matter "impossible by working fewer day-being hours. i ' . Custom has much, In fact everything, to do with our way of doing things, or our way of doing nothing bit of comat all. We have had upon the article in our last Issue ment with reference to the comparison of remuneration of Ministers and Undertakers in conducting, burials and funerals, and most all of tho very little said about tho short article, Our fall- has come from Ministers. to comply with the old adage that iiirc tho Laborer Is worthy of his hire comes from long years of custom. Wo have, as a rule, had tho funeral services of our departed Ones conducted by our Pastors, If not by our Pastors it has usually been by some friend of the family and wo havo, without thinking of the burden placed upon the minister, figured that it was his duty, that It somehow came in his lino of work, never stopping to think of tho time and labor required In tho preparation of an eulogy and discourse to be delivered at tho bier of our dead. Neither have we taken thought of the long miles often necessary to travel through, maybe, rain, sleet or bolstering Bunshlno, In order that the Man of God may perfor l the last sad ceremony in honor of the departed, whom wo dishonor by our thoughtless failure to Justly re numerate our servant, tho Minister. Ho performs tho duty as best ho can, at our special Instance and request, that being the case, It Is rather hard for one to understand Just why ho Is not entitled to, and should not receive a reasonable sum for the time We can spent and services rendered. see no excuse for the custom, asido frpm tho fact that Ministers performing these services do not make a charge and send a bill, as they ought to do'. Perhaps tho fault also lies with the class of persons who conduct funeral services as well as with those who have services arranged for. The case Is entirely different with the' Undertaker, he makes out his bill Just as a groceryman would,1 affiliation or party Politics our often has much to do with with views on public questions, ninnn If line nit In fin. llllO tfl tho. fflCt hat too ;;reat a number follow those whoarc recognized party leaders, ami this is not so strange when ono takes Into consideration how few are the numbers who have accessable records and opportunities for making studies Wo nre inclined to for themselves. of, the average the position take client, that Is, let the lawyer employed do tho scientific thinking for us, which is most generally tho average citizen's position upon Intricate National questions. Wo feel that It is our Representatives special du ty and business to act for us, hence the layman follows his leader or leaders, frequently without question, but occasionally ho rebels and if he follows at all it is without endorsing tho course persued and with much misgivings as to tho ultimate outcome, the final result to bo attained by a certain lino of action This brings us up to what wo started out privately to say, 'viz: Wo have talked with a number of the best informed of both political parties, resi dent of our little section, and we be lieve that wo truthfully stato a fact, when we say that those of President Wilson's party, who unqualifiedly tho League of Nations, in its entirety Just as It was originally made and handed to the Senate, do no amount to as much as twenty per cent of that party. Some havo expressed themselves as being against it In any form, while others, many others. do not object, if the reservations arc made. To use tho language of ono of the best Informed, he said, "It was like taking a dose of medicine v for certain ailments which tho Doctor said contained curative properties, but there was also a drug contained in the dose that might kill, the truth was, he did not know Just what the result would be, at the same time he probably knew how and where to procure the thing he needed, without the deadly drug, and he would either do that or reject tho whole concoc tion. He wculd most certainly not take fhe added risk simply because the man of physics prescribed." W'lthln the last few days we see. unmistakable evidence that tho Democratic Press would, bo glad to see the League adopted, even with the reserCourier-Journvations. Tho Louisville in a considerable section of a very lengthy editorial even admits that it would approve that sort of action upon jthe part of the Demo cratic Senators. And why not? Docs not a clear majority in the Senate unquestionably stand for reservations? Senator Beckham was ono of seventeen Democrats who voted for reser vations Monday, as affecting; the Mon roe doctrine or creed, and that has been, next to article 10, one. of the chief bones of contention. We be- lleve we see unmistakable signs of th'o minority yielding to what, as every body knows it to be, the majority. We have not been quite able to understand just why all of this abuse should be heaped upon the majority for wanting things just ns they want ed them, and that has not been tho real case, because many concessions have been made, reservations havo been scaled in several instances, and many that members of tho majority party were for havo been rejected altogether. The group of, reservations commonly called tho Lodge reservations In fact represents matiy compromises. Our opinion, it Is true, Is not worth much, but It looks to us as though the whole thing may be bohlnd us at no distant date, at least-ou- t of the Senate, with Its approval, In some shape. al this season, Is one of America's great est authors ns well ns lecturers. lilt power to entertain nml Instruct nn audience Is marvelous and his ue oi benntlful English is equally notnblc. Ills American stories have made foi themselves n secure place In the affections of the American people. It hat been snld that he received tho highest prices for his writing of nny author In America. Ople Read Is nn original thinker. He and tells onlj Is also n fine story-telle- r his own stories. He tells them ns none other can and lins delighted thousands AUTOMOBILES 7 'if you are We have the agency for CHEVROLET AUTOMOBILES, thinking of buying a car this year see us at once. A fully equipped Touring Car laid down for $385; Roadster $865. ' TAYLOR & MORRIS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS agent for tho MARIETTA MARBLE & STONE WORKS. For best of work, promptest shipment nnd I am prices, see me beforo you buy your monument. JOHN T. KING, Hartford, Ky. 35t4p OPIE READ. A program by Mr. Rend must ncccs earlly abound In entertnlnment. He Ij also a philosopher and wit. " Ills recital of the adventures of Lin Jucklln Is the keenest nrralgnment oi modern fraud nml nbuse extnnt. It li n strong and mnnly contribution to tin work ofsoclal and polltlcnl reform. lie has nn Interesting nnd powerfu' personality. He Is tall nnd command lng. Resolution and courage nre prom Inently announced In his look, nnd hi has deep convictions. Ople Read is n master painter of tin things that stir men's souls. His reclt als are keen nnd penetrntlng. He take! his audiences with hlnn. They honest tears nt his tender passage! nnd laugh boisterously at his llashci of humor. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Hill If did, Ky. Friday Evening March 12. KENTUCKY'S BIG FOUR. Messrs. G. A. Ralph, M. L. Heavrlr, A. D. Kink and W. C. Blankenship were among thoso from Hartford, attending the Republican District and State Conventions In Ellzabethtown and Louisville, Tuesday and Corp., Eldon Cooper, of Quality FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC . her delivered direct to you from mill, so make your order now and save The Mogul Tractor, Dccrlng Mow"building cost. PltC. W. E. ELLIS ers and Rakes, International Disk Harrows, peg tooth HarHave you a child in your homo rows, one and two row Hooslcr Corn. about 10 or 12years old. Ho or. she ono row Empire Drills, Low "" can operate n Sharpies Separator as Drills, Corn King manuro Sprcadois. Mo-liwell as an older person, tho only infSulky Plows and Disk Cultivaerence you will get thru quicker than a child for you will turn faster than tors. International combination Cultih Cultivators, fourthe child. For a Sharpies is GUAR- vators, Prlmroso ANTEED to get nil tho cream at any teen tooth Cultivators, WILLIAMS & Cream Separators, In fact our line Is speed. Call or write complete. DUKE for a free demonstration. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 31-- tf Hartford, Ky. (Os-born- o) no rve-toot- on business. Corp. Cooper served 12 months over seas during tho war nnd has recently been discharged,' after having served seven years with the Regular Army. . Butler county, wns hero Wednesday Mr. E. p. Balrd, of the Shinklo Chapel country, was hero .Wednesday. Mr. Balrd brought to this office a biography of Dr. Frank Bates, who was formerly a resident of this County, having been born and partially reared near Beda. Messrs. C. B. Howard and Lee Hicks left here Monday for Gate, Tenn., where they go to work on n farm for Bond Bro3. Sir. Hicks had the Republican sent to his sister, Mr-- . T. C. (Ona) Barlow, of Jameson, Mo., for the coming your. Mrs. Robert Plummer, of Center-towhas been here for the past several dayST with her sister, Mrs. Taylor, wife of "br. Joe W. Taylor, who Is seriously 111 of a complication Mrs. Taylor was resting of troubles. , better "at press hour. n, -- COST is what you put into a cream separator. VALUE is what you take out of your cream separator. Value in a cream Pv W$ k & V fyw :se3L:WJik 1 T& separator depends upon the amount and the quality of service to be got out of it. Because it lasts fifteen to. twenty years, the De Laval is the most economical cream separator to buy. Considering its cleaner skimminer, easier S k u l ' RrtJ Tvfil llf fT.PsSwalfc tiSfsBr 5 yj 4&ZMw W 1 K The Republican Stato Convention Mr Jl In Louisville, Wednesday, named Mrs. Christine Bradley, South, Frankfort; Gov. Edwin P. Morrow, Somerset, A. T. Hert, Louisville and "Dr. S. H. George, of Paducah, as delegates at large to the National Convention. Alternate delegates were: II. Green Garrett, Winchester; Mrs. John W. Langley, Pikevllle; Dr. Ben L. Brunei-, Louisville, and George F. David, of Lexington. MIS3 Ellzibeth Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson, who --- e Is a member of tho Senior Class, University of Kentucky, Is carrying, s't reHerbine cures constipation and establishes regular bowel movements studies and in a recent examination ' Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug made "A-- in each, whirh is the highm est mark attainable. Company. -- : : running, greater capacity and less cost for repairs, the price of the "cheapest" machine on the market is exorbitant in comparison. With present high butter fat prices and the scarcity of labor this is truer today than ever before. We would like an opportunity to talk this over II next time you are m town, booner or later you will jjy ouy a i t J. Both Phones - ' We havo bought tho entire output of J. B. York's saw mill, approximately 30,000 feet. Will havo all kinds of All persons having claims against rough lumber In stock as soon as tho the estate of the late T. E. Hunley, roads get In condition to deliver to are hereby notified to present same to us. Can save money by having luni- me, properly proven, on or before May 1st, 1920, or they will bo forever ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. LAVAL D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Dam, Ky. barred. This March 5, 1020. N. G. HUNLEY, Adm'r. T. E. Hunley, deceased. 36t3p THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56 AUTO TRACK WAGON -- Weber Too Low Price Asked or Others Too High? r -- How Best to Determine Correctness of the price of the Weber standard wagon is away too low or ized auto-trac- k else the prices of other wagons are away too high. You can figure it out for yourself by comparison. n For instance, 'examine some wagon that sells for practically the same price and FKtl.Wh..! as the Weber and note carefully the ironing of ' distinctive features if the nears and the they have any. Now come over and see lis and let us show you the Weber. Compare this wagon, point for point, and size of each piece of wood stock, with the other fellow's product. Note the ironing of the Weber gears and bear in mind how cheap the other fellow's wagon gears looked in comparison. Note the Weber that takes all twisting strain off the gears and brakes and don't forget that this feature was entirely lacking on the other fellow's wagon. Note that distributes the strain on the front bolster, prevents the Weber Fifth-Wheit from rocking and reduces to a minimum whipping of the tongue, etc. and don't forget that this feature, too, was altogether lacking on the other fellow's well-knowSwWtl-Couplin- c swivel-reach-coupli- E H Laileu-Lif- it a complete unit engine and cmeratormth J6tll throat tottery. It nppliet atnvU eledrieity for light; voter pump, vowing machine, tveeper, vrtam uparalor, fanning mill, iron, etc,. - PLYMOUTH ROCKS LAY AND WEIGH With eighteen years experience and constant attention to size, shape, color and egg production, I feel warranted In claiming a standard Barred Plymouth nock yard, and to Improve my flock, I have Just received one of Hdlterman's "Aristocrat's," from his yard at Fort Wayno, Ind., for which I paid $ 15.00. This bird is mated to 12 selected hens and will produce somo wonderful results. Eggs from this mating, $2.00 for 15 eggs. I also have 40 lions anj 4 cockerele of my own breeding, selected and ranted to produce .splendid results. Eggs from this mating, $1.25 for 15 eggs. $5.00 for 100 eggs. Orders will bo filled in tho order they are received and eggs shipped when dcslr-- . ed. Book your orders now and ba ready for early hatching. 35t JOHN B. WJLSON, Hartford. BARRED Used 10 Years There i nothing experimental or uncertain about Lalley Electric Light and Power. farm uta It hat been in every-da- y and each year haa for 10 year been a ucceful one. mere are Thoutanda of Lalley-Lig. unanimoua in praUing it. Let ui demonatrate at our (tore or your home, i ng el wagon. A difference of $11.50 to $18.00 in favor of the Weber A-grade Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Mannger. i3 apparent nearly always. Now then answer to your own satisfaction the question of whether the wheels with high carbon tire, is too low or price of the Weber with strictly the prices of other wagons too high, considering quality: And remember we the "King of all Farm Wagons." sell Weber Auto Track Wagons -- Fordsville, Ky. Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO .TRACK' WAGON" a: MI-.- 3 t mm 'guest Mary Barnard, of Island, fcpont Vili1n mI1 JEMXXXxWtttmiJ Oitn.lntt Uaota 4Un ilounts True Blue Steel Plow of Miss Evelyn Thomas mothor, Mrs. Emmn Thomas. and airs. J. C. Illloy returned Satur day from Owcnsboro, where sho had been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. a. Ilayden, and Mr. Hayden, a fow days If you aro In the market for a new Davenetto sco our lino beforo buying as wo bellovo that we can furnish you Just what you want. ATTENTION, FARMER SX Are You Going to Raise Tobacco? If you are you will need canvass to make Vr acton nnos. S-- iiX -V-- po Mrs W. E. McKenney and children, of Heaver Dam, nnd Mr. O. D. of Simmons, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mclienney, hero Sunday. V Jacks, black with mealy points. Price right if sold at once. roil SALE Two nlco, young IS THE PLOW YOU NEED One that will turn the soil to please you, stand up under rough wear, and lives a long life with scarcely no cost of new parts or repairs. 3Ct4p B. P. McCOItMICK, It. No. 7, Hartford. From a MoneyMaking View to Us there is one feature about this plow that we do not admire, and that is where we sell one of these plows we never get the fellow to come back to buy any new parts JUST KEEPS PLOWING. So as we find this to please the farmers, we haye decided to quit complaining and are veiy glad to sell him this plow. Messrs Cecil, Powell and Erton Tlchenor, Maurice BarrasSj Misses Minerva and Dewey Johnson and quite a number of others are laid-u- p with mumps. See Tho Hartford Broom Works beforo you order your next shipment of brooms. Prices right. Either wholesale or retail. C. N. BAIRD, Mgiy plants. We made a purchase of 10,000 yards nes ly a year ago. The market price today front tfe manufacturers is 7 cents per yard. We are ofFeriiror this entire lot to you at suref Cents; - ACTON BROS., HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. The Hartford FRIDAY,,..,. We will havo a nice lot of FRESH CATFISH and OYSTERS In, tomorrow. Como early and get the pick of the beauties. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. i Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Carson, of Cc Per Yard B wero guests of Dr. Carson's brother, Mr. J.. II. B. Carson, and family, and other relatives here, this week. Republican ..MA1U.H 5 Mr. J. E. Park, of Owcnsboro, was In town Tuesday. GOOD LINE OK Oats and Mixed Feeds. DEVER BROS. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. C D Bean, of Horse Branch, was In town Saturday. FOR 2tp Miss S. Myrtle Walker, of Nash- Ivlllo, Tenn., arrived at Centertown, .1UST ARRIVED A consignment yesterday, to have charge of the millinery department In S. D. Bosket's Ribbon oil stoves. store. v W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Ople Read, the celebrated novelist Mr. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, attended tho Republican Convention In nnd author, who appears1 at the High School Auditorium, Feb. 12, will comLouisville, this week. plete tho present season's Lyceum John W. Simpson, of Llvennoro. course. was in town yesterday. Mr. SimpA full and complete line of fresh son brought a tow up tho river. Cocacola ami other refreshing soft Call and let us show you our lino drinks constantly ready for use at of New Iron Beds. They suro do the restaurant of CASEBIER & TAYLOR. look good. ACTON BROS. Miss Mildred Teachout, of HuntMr. John Taylor, of Macco, has ingdon, Tenn., arrived here Tuesday been 'the guest of his sister, Mrs to take charge of Fair & Co's. milHoward Ellis and Mr. Ellis, several linery department through tho comdays. ing season. N. A. Yelser returned Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon have Montgomery, Ala., where ho had lecently removed from Carrollton, to been constructing some buildings for Russcllvllle, where Mr. O'Bannon has charge of tho Cumberland Telephone V. C. Elgin. and Telegraph Co's., Exchange. Miss Mary Marks, of tho Calhoun High School, spent last week-en- d here R. R. Riley, Cashier of the Citiwith her mother, Mrs. T. S. Marks, zen's Bank, Is back over his desk again, after' being out for several and fam'ly. rtnVfl liotMlnn. Tlnl eVB 'IMi tho fin Otto C. Martin went to Louisville he went over tho top by good Wednesday to bo present nt the ReConvention held In that publican city, Wednesday. Miss Mattye Duke, who is connected with the Shelbyvllle Schools, is Mrs. Lula F. Coppago, who has taking an enforced yacation with her been visiting friends and relatives In parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Duke, by Leltchfleld, for several days, is ex- reason of tho school's close', duo to pected home tomorrow. tho flu epidemic. Mr. and Mrs. John LIndley, formErna Wallace and family, who havo erly of Centertown, but lately of been in Tomnolen, Ala., during the have taken rooms with" Mr. past year, have returned here, to and Mrs. Louis Fulkej;son make their homo. Mr. Wallace will reside upon the farm of M. B. BarWo have a car of first class timo- nard, near town, this season. thy Hay, duo tomorrow. Will sell Cockerels, cheaper If taken at tho car. Call us. A few . Barred Rock W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Thompson strain. Also eggs for set- "JUST AimiVEK A DEVER BROS. Garden Seed. Buy Early or you will , have to p7r around 9c for the goads, wssare selling at 6 cents- - S4 f - fi For Mill Feeds, Sweet Feed and Oats, go to ACTON BROS. Mrs. John Dodson, of Sunnydale, spent Tuesday in 'Hartford. For Rugs, Matting and floor coverS.LI ISO Egg Incubator. V T. JACOBS, Hartford. ings go to ACTON BROS. 2gM&CKX a u h Wo pay cash every day for eggs and VOW SAM: Piano. For inforpoultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ' mation call No. 38, Farmers' phone. ' FOIt CHEAP LANDS In a pro- ',On account of the serious Illness gressive country, that is now putting of tier mother, Miss Alice Taylor is Yes wo have stoves, E. C. Simmons in 200 miles of rock roads, It inter cut of the school this week and Miss Goldon Leaf, best high patont Mattye Duke, who is at home from Cast Stoves' and Monarch Mailable ested write E. L, SEGO, Flour $13.50 per barrel. Grlfflthvllle, Ark. Shelbyvllle, for a time. Is doing .her 35t3p Iron Ranees. ELLIS & BRO. W. E. 35tf 31-t- t. WILLIAMS & DUKE'; J.wprk instead. Squire W. S. Dean, of Dundee, left Miss Margaret Williamson, of Circuit Court Clerk, A. C. Porter guest of Berry Rial unloaded 50 tons of Sunday for points in Alabama and City, was tho week-en- d tral fertilizer hero Monday and Tuesday Florida. He contemplates being in ,nnd Mrs. Porter, who have been con Miss Winnio Slmnierman. that had been sold to farmers, on the South' until about the first rf fined to their home ror tne past sevApril. eral days aro improving, though tyr. test, Sharpies Cream previous orders. The best by PoVter Ib not recovering as rapidly Separator for sale by Boys let ub furnish you. that new as it would seem he should. George Delker Buggies In styles to WILLIAMS & DUKE. 31-- tf suit tho tasto of all who wish to own Buggy that you are going to get this - -Just received Our first car of F. -- " Thomas, of the Liver-mo- and rido in tho Country's best, may spring. We have tho kind that will Miss Evelyn A.'Ames Buggies for spring. Have a. ACTON BROS please you. Tho Georgo Delker. High School, spent from Fri- bo had at ACTON BROS. nice assortment of latest styles, also day until Monday herewith her a complete line of harness and accesyou know that whore others Did We carry a nice assortment of fresh sories. Come in and select your bughave 30 to 40 disks the Sharpies Sepof all varieties, gy while' the assortment Is good. Wo only For plow, wagon and buggy Har- arator has none?1 It has 1 three Candles and Fruit BOWL clean and wholesome. The best Is aro sure wo can please you. BOWL, everything in that working parts,, ness, Saddles and . , t(U 1UE.IV ujh.-uiv 1 DIVIDING WALL. the eheapest. lino, seo-u- s beforo you buy, and savo BOTTOM and Dam, Ky. Beaver CASEBIER & TAYLOR. - 34t4 For sale by WILLIAMS & 'DUKB. ACTON BROS. money. t re Tho now bulk garden seeds havo arMr. T. F. Tanner, of the IWIIn tf country, was In town Tuesday, on rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE , business. Wo FURNITURE! FURNITURE! tf Miss Myrtle Lashbrook is able to bo havo It at WILLIAMS & DUKE out again after being confined some Mr. N. 0. Hunley, of near Hope- three weeks. on well, was In town Wednesday, business. Just arrived, a big assortment of choice ooking ''"sscls In aluminum. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Tho best place to get Enamel and Aluminum ware Is at ACTON BROS. Miss Lena Combs, of Sunnydale; was tho guest of Miss Elizabeth Mooro this week. Mr. Jesse Byers, of near was hero Wednesday, on There nro so many cases of mumps In town wo could not begin to reKiln-drie- d Shelled Corn and all port half of them. kinds of feeds. ' FOR SALK Ono pair of good, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 3Gt4 work Mules. Apply to SHELBY LEE. Mr. John Johnson, of Decatur, Ala., Routo 1, Hartford. spent a few days hero with his famMr. Almond Duke, of Dundee, was ily, recently. tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. II. C. Truman, of Fordsvllle, J. D. Duke, Monday. came down Saturday to attend tho Mrs. Blrdlo Mldkiff, of Dundee, a Convention. member of tho Ohio County Board Wo pay tho highest market prices of examiners, Is In town today. for Eggs and Produce. Mr. J. M. (Col.) ..Johnson, of ACTON BRPS. Horso Branch, was hero Saturday, to Brooms mado by C. N,. Balrd, 65 attend the G. O. P Convention. and 75 cents. Wo are adding a big lino of Plow W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 34t4 , Gear. Call and look It over? W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Roma Baize has returned to 35t4 Hartford, after spending the most of Yes wo have stoves, E, C. Simmons tho winter at Select Cast Stoves and Monarch, Mailable Mr. Rowan Holhrook returned to Iron Ranges,. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Ofrcnsboro Wednesday, after spend- 33tf ing a few days hero. Mrs. E. E. Blrkhead returned from Ind., last Saturday; Chumloy, of Simmons; was Evansvllle, M. F. among thoso hero Saturday, to at- where sho had been under treatment for some, time. tend tho Convention. -- ' 35t2p ting. MRS. B. L. TAYLOR. Renfrow was called to McIIenry, JJy. the bedside of her 'mothor, Mrs. Syl R'. F. D. No. 1 vester Shown, of Beda, Monday. Mrs. Climb, phone. Shown is very HI of pneumonia. I havo Installed my Broom Factory I am paying more cash every day In the building adjoining Dr. Bean's in tho week for Poultry, Eggs and Drug Store in Hartford. Will make Jyour brooms at a reasonable cash Cream than any buyer I know of. L.T.RILEY, price. N. A. SCHROADER. '0 Hartford, Ky. Mrs.-Bess- A Superior Style The Kabo Comfort Top corset means the lasfc. word in correct corseting. It means more than thasfc. relief at last for the woman who has suffered ort from the stiff front steel pressing in at, dis--comf i Qaa-top- . te To her the Comfort T6p corset is a boon. TJBes 1! special feature mee,ts a definite need. The frcHsfe steel stops atihe waist line and the soft, pliable ferg section fastens with hooks and eyes, like a brassiere. The Comfort Top, like all other Kabo corsets; xh designed on live models and made for real human.Be3-in- gs who Jive and move and breathe. The als$L Voman who drives her 6wn or the family car emcrys the Comfort Top corset. It is so easy to bend in: 3; and yet just the right support for the back. fc a jiurjfr pr.lJIJt Price We recommend this as a splendid value. Carson (Ei Hartford, Kentuckyv Co !' FP"" 'fa V,, Why man we made this NO M0IU3 IXIJIil'KXZA UX-TIIj 11)21, SAYS 12X112 KT cigarette for you! PffipPI DIRECTORY ItlCAVKK DAM. r Ik Wf,t,7cwiiGK & II fit CAMELS completely you'll agree they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and ild-body due to Camels quality and expert blend of.choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit without tiring your taste. They leave no unpleasant cigarett3r aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them ff with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll pre- r f jt .... jcrquciiuy iiu uuupuns ur premiums . mellow-mpuff-for-pu- your cigarette Washington, Feb. 2G. With tho CIRCUIT COURT. subsidence of tho present Influenza Judge R. W. Slack, Owomboro. outbreak, tho world may brcatho easi- Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartly for n while. Tho next violent ford. epidemic will occur In Decomber, Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. 1921. Muster Commissioner Otto C. MarThis is the conclusion from tho in tin, Hartford. vestigations ma do by Dr. John Drown-le- e, Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, who- predicted in tho London Hartford. Lancet Inst November that thnro 1st Monday in March 12 days would be n recurrence of Influenza Com'th. and Civil. In January and February of this 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. year. 1st Monday In July 12 days Medical authorities of the Public Com'th. nnd Civil. Health Servlco hero any that Dr. 3d Monday tn September 12 days Urownlco has probably reduced what Civil. Is called tho "periodicity" of Influ- 4th Monday In November 12 days enza to n known law. Dr. Drownlco's Com'th. and Civil. investigations seem to show that inCOUNTY COURT. fluenza occurs at regular intervals of 33 weeks, providing tho 33rd week Meets first Monday In each month. Judge Mack Cook. does not' fall between June and DeCounty AtVy.A. D. Kir. cember, In which caso the recurrence Clerk W. C. Dlankenshlp. might bo expected at tho end of GC Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. weeks or 99 weeks. Superintendent E. S. Howard. In other w6rds, influenza Is n cold Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. weather infection. Tho germ which Tax Commissioner is responsible for it apparently doe3 D. E. Ward. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. not thrive in warm or hot weather Coroner E. P. Dodgers. or rather It loses its virulent power, or becomes attenuated" as the physiFISCAL COURT. cians say. Meets first Tuesday In April and Same ns Grippe Records. The Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance October. Co., has checked up Dr. Drownlee's 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Routo 3. discovery by going over the influenza and pneumonia death records of 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. the United States in a number of selected cities. The result confirms 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. the discovery of the week 4th District O. W. Rowe, Center-towshowed that tho same thing was true (.cycle. Further, this Investigation nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-towof tho "grippe" records from 1S90 Oui District V. S. Dran, Dundee. to 1S93. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. i 8Ui District B. C. Rhoadea. Hart Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured ford, Route 5. I by local applications, ns they cannot reach . n. n. ; I Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnne?. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal II. F. Stovcns. FORDSVIIiLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. 11. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR County Hoard of Kducntlon. E. S. Howard. S. S. O. C. DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hart ford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvillo. Div. No. Ky. DIv. No. 3 II. L. Cartor, Narrows, Ky. DIv. No 4 Robort doff, Roslne, Ky. Div. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Beater Dam, Ky. DIv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center town, Ky. Time of Mooting 1st Monday In February; lot Monday In April; lit Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday in October; lsti Monday in December. County Board of Examlnors 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. May, 9 and 10 Common school Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. May 16 nnd 17 County toachors (White) Hnrtford. examination. May, 23 and 2 County teachers.' examination (colored) Hnrtford. Juno, 20 and 21 County nnd State teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsvillo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County and state teachers' examination (colored Hnrtford. July, Ohio County Institute, Hnrtford. Sopt., 19 and 20 County anO Stato teachers' examination, (white) 20. 1 t&Z&L itifrs ' 200 cigarette) in a gla we nsp- -r covered carton We or office ctr'cn for the upiIy or when $ou travel. rfmZ',tk. strongly recommend this mm- - Camels Are sold everywhere I ' I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wirmon-alem- . N. C Hartford. verted Bristol machines, but the ma- - DIIOPS HIS KESOLUTIOX Sept. 26 and 27 County and Stato FKMCITATIXG WILSOX terial was later scrapped. Seventeen cachcrs' examination (colored) was tossed million dollars additional COST I). S. BILLION away in experiments with training Atlantic City, N. J. Senator S. planes, which also were scrapped. Roy Heath, of llercer county, who Introduced In the New Jersey senate at Woman Wants 1 JJI5DA. its opening session a concurrent reso- oi,ii:st coxductou, , Army Air Service Debacle DKKIKS OSLElt'S TJIKOHV Willution congratulating President As I have not seen son upon his recovery from his Ill Mr. Editor: Described In Report Orleans, Ind., Feb. 2S Defying anything from this community late- ness, said that ho would make no efTo House ly, will give a few items. fort to secure its passage, and that "Doc" Osier's alleged theorem, John wTiK fj s?r! 2f jJ M If Wr TJi I k' 'J I Ti A Health in this neighborhood is not so far as i,e was concerned It was D'us tlle oldest railroad conductor In FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE K,.i.i the world, it is said, is still nn thn .. ,i irnml. Mm it Some of the sick folks arc V- I Dissolved In water for douches, stopp The War Department spen ?1,- - Gertio Wallace, Maggie Shown, Ber- - i,0 Jol aiul SoI"S strong. At the ago of pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflamresurrected. 051,000,000 for aviation during the ta Bennett. mation., Many others aro com- "j introduced the resolution," said S9 JIr' B"ls operates tho Mbnon train Finkham Recommended by Lydia E. nineteen months of the war, with the plaining with bad colds. thought It which makes .three round trips dally A healing Med. Co.forfor ten years. Senator Heath, "because I wonJcr na.nl catarrh, result that only 213 American-mad- e Mr. J. F.Duko sprained his ankle would bo a nice testimonial. But the between Orleans and French Lick, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. planes, these all of the 4 observa- one day last week, but Is out now. 'in the Lan- - aml he's "spry" for all the four score Has toidmry cleiniing sod tiermiiiUI power. action of tho President tion type, reached the front, the aviaBesides, Mr. Estes Hudson has purchased sing case has caused me to revise aml nmo milestones passed. J(J .mau. ThePailonToilflConnncy. tloilon. Mm. tion subcommittee of the House War the property of Currey Wallace, near some of my opinions of him, and so he he,Ps out as brakesman whenever Department expenditures committee here, and moved to same. We wel A Safe, far as I am concerned tho resolution tho traln ls converted into an "ac-1- s declared In - final report. commodatlon," and Is frequently come him to our community. dead." Remedy for Worms The total number of planes with seen riding atop tho swaying box Owing to continued bad weather the American forces at the time of farmers aro not doing much SeTfntj.flfe jnn' conUno- - (f V cars. Mr. Bills has been in the Mora at ra ta U Urn I tmllmont&l II Why Colds Aro Dangerous. the armistice was 740,. including 527 present. rilCY'S VKHMlKUQKcsn offer ll on servlco forty years, and was a you. bought from tho allies, the report pioneer railroader before that. He Krtps bottle slifsjs on land. Mr. A. C. Smith went to Heflln It will help keep Ui Uttls one. states, in emphasizing that no American- Tuesday, on business. You aro often told to "beware of a lives with his wife here. bspprsnil health. iTnr. n bottle at jour drni Sc. -built j combat, pursuit or bombor general We think if the sun would s'hine cold," but why? We will tell you:-, llt's dealer can't itore: or If ing planes ever reached the front, supply jrou jour Every cold weakens the lungs, lowfor a few weeks health would be send hU name and 2fc. In stamps despite tho huge expenditure. and we'll send jeu a botlls Succeed when everything else fails. Will try to tell something ers the vitality and paves tho way better. promptly. I Tho AYusting of Many Millions In nervous prostration and female for tho more serious diseases. Peo now next time. E. & S. FREY '.veaknesse they arc the supreme The report is about 50,000 words in pneumonia first tako ple who contract For Infants and Children remedy, w thousands have testifiej. BALTIMORE MO. length, and charges Secretary of War cold. The longer a cold hangs on Why Prune Peach Trees? Years i'OR KIDNuY, LIVER AND Baker, and other officials who digreater the danger, especially In Use For Over Peaches are always borne on wood tho STOMACH TROUBLE Always n rected the various branches of that grew the previous season. There- from the germ diseases, as a cold preit is the best medicine ever sold the work, with responsibility for tho fore, pares the system for tho reception Signature over a druggist's counter. after a peach tree reaches bearfailure of the United States to be a ing age. It is essential so to manage and development of the germs of e'Jf!lwisssssBaiBSBwsHisBsnsxKBSssiaisi WILL YOU. factor in the air, and for the "wast- it as to Induce a fairly liberal growth consumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever ing of many millions." TAKE OUR Richmond, Va. Tho United States and whooping cough. The quicker each season. Fatalities among the American air As a general proposition, very hea- you get rid of your cold, tho less Public Health Service is conducting forces were comparatively higher vy pruning will induce a correspond- the danger of contracting one of these a campaign throughput the state to n m REMEDY than of any other power, the report ingly large amoumt of new wood diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Reme- improve health administration in the 'A. tuOSXGU ilQngUG i says, and declares that inferior planes mo worK is ueing g dy has a great reputation as a cure rural uisiriuis. A Trealnenl growth. It follows that the and insufficient training was reu mmK for WEAK lLm iKulaaaaar varieties should be pruned for colds and can bo depended upon. financed jointly by Federal, Stato and sponsible. m local authorities. v g It Is pleasant to take. more heavily than tho very tongue, bad A bad breath, coated rLUNGS or "Tho statistics show that In prosorts. taste in the mouth, languor and debility, portion to the number engaged, five are usually d CONSUMPTION The growing of an times as many American flyers were signs that tree is not merely a matter of keeptho liver is as compared killed with other ing the top well thinned out. The out of order. A .Quick relief lor that Ured, run down Irellne, branches of tho servlco," the report position of tho branches can bo conProf. coughs, pains In chest, nlcht sweats, hemorstates. Ono British flier was killed trolled and directed to a marked exsays: rhage), weak lungs or consumption. It il dot i . for every 1,031 hours flown, one Belliver ia not help you II coals you nothing. "The r4 i g Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite tent by the manner in which the nn organ gian for 930 and one American for pruning is done. Lock box eia a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would secondary in OHIO MEDICAL CO. columbiir o. 337 hours flown." have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most Heading in a tree from year to importanco J no committee strongly recom- year, and pruning with a view to proonly to tho disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with heart." mended the creation of a separate air ducing an open, spreading, butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have p wo can service. regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but results not only in tho edvelopment e LIV-VER-Lmanu Sen lec Only On I'npcr. after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just strong, stocky limbs well ablo to of poisons "The fact remains," declares tho sustain heavy loads of fruit, but it seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were within our .majority report, "that while tho brings a large proportion of no good at all for my trouble. I heard own bodies the top which aro American Congress and tho people near the ground where much of the ns deadly ns a snake's venom. gave ungrudgingly and wero beguiled THEDFORD'S can bo harvested without tho J. ho liver acts ns a euard over onr fruit by responsible officials with promises g, sifting out tho cinders and uso of stepladders. of 20,000 'American airplanes that ashes from the general circulation. Tho man who prunes a fruit. tree were to precede our American armies during A blockako in the intestines piles its first years must have a to France, when the armistice was pretty LICK-DRAUG- HT n heavy burden upon the liver. If clear conception of what tho tlgncd over 2,000,000 American solthe intestines are choked or clogged tree is to look llko when it reaches diers had reached Franco and turned maturity, and ho needs to know from up, tho circulation of tho blood defeat Into victory, while America's Feel right all tho time.' Don't lay ofl becomes poisoned and the system tho beginning what is necessary each from work for days recommended very highly, so began to use It It cured fighting airplanes and expectations becomes loaded with toxic waste, when pleasant Lw- - by taking calomel time it is pruned in order to develop x keeps yo me. 1 keep it in the house all the time. It is the best promises existed only on paper." on your feet, whilorelievmgyourtroujb and we Buffer from headache, the treo which forms his mental vl- liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or More than $50,000,000 was Bpent," , sion. A -coated tongue, bad taste in lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't plan, based on stomach trouble any more." anything acts on the majority report says, In building a knowledge of tho underlying princl- mouth, nausea, or gas, acid dys- takoEliminates else. You can't afford the Jaded liver and helps ft to do its important work of it. poisons, .cleanses sy 4,000 clumsy, dangerous D. II. 4 ob- - tllnu nf nrnnlnp la naannflnl If tlin pepsia, languor, debility, yellow skin tern and relievos constipation, i A natthrowing out waste materials and poisons from the sysservation planes, the design of which nnnrnM , i. nwi,i i. or eyes. At such times one should ural remedy, natural in Us actions, sur tem. This medicine should be In every household for underwent 3,000 changes. A few of than ft haphazard romova, of branchos certain take castor oil or a pleasant laxa- in its effect andbeforo in result?. If use In time of need. Get a package today. If you feel won't bo long will these were shipped to Franco, where that appear to bo in the way. tive. Such a one is mode of sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tocompletely displace calomel in ever aviators united in denouncing them aloe and' jalap, put home.i Children can tako it freely an3 leaves of morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. j as fighting ships. into ready to use form by Doctor With perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and SI in ruittlnn. Nnm Another $6,000,000 was wasted by ONE CENT A DOSE Pierce, nearly fifty years ago, and genuine without tho likeness and slirnV 0 73) FOR FLETCHER'S the War Department In striving to fit sold for 25 cents by ull druggists as turo of L. K. Gricsby. For sulo by r " a liberty motor into a typo of con-- 1 I Dr, Pierce's Plcssant Pellets, Ks M, YDLUlliM, HtrlioiA PLANELESS AVIATION the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and that la by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an In- flamed condition of the mucous linlnc of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbllnc sound nr lm. perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness arc caused by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine nets thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One any case of Catarrhal Hundred Dollars for that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Drurclats. 75c F. J. CHENPV S CO. Toledo. O. Deaf-nrs- HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Dratcher. Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Marshal Ed. J. Dratcher. 7-- Every jEl) i.1 OUA UM Mothers 1,,,-t- ni . VKwrevS 1 H-- J . 1'- FortheCMdreniL, (pw l Verituruge lt i Jnll .iBTCme; a SSVR ITI5 i CASTOR 30 A nvla-tio- TWS GERMINAL T weaker-growin- What it Means strong-growin- EaB&W --, - open-heade- STOMACH TROUBLE FOR.ONE MONTH i: Hem-met- er tor low-to- fac-tur- USE AX well-bein- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Vtr-Lo- -- yellow- well-form- Black-Draug- ht May-appl- e, Children Cry O A SJILCLR A y- -- -- p wmmummm rnirnjw wnmmmmm wwi s FARM DEPARTMENT. Oitltims All Scrub Hlics In Knox County, Tcnn., the county council of ngilclilturo Is planning a k campaign and Is better making arrangonionts for the total elimination of all scrub sires In tlio county. llvo-stoo- temperature record should be kept machine. Tho operate can then comparo tho temperature at h which tho machines have been maintained. This may provo of value 1 the future, especially If tlio brooder records ran bo chocked back against thoso of the incubator. Hiey couldn't be built now for twice$7LOOO When the talk turns from politics to railroads, and the traveler with the cocksure air breaks in with, "There's an awful lot of 'water' in the railroads," here are some to give him: hard-pa- n facts American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile roadbed, structures, stations, yards, terminals, freight and passenger trains everything from the great city terminals to the last spike. A good concrete-and-aspha- lt highway costs count- $36,000 a mile just a bare road, not ing the cost of culverts, bridges, etc. Our railroads couldn't be duplicated day for $150,000 a mile. to- They are capitalized for only $71,000 a mile much less than their actual value. Seventy-on- e thousand dollars today will buy one locomotive. English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile; the French at $155,000; German $132,000; even in Canada (still in pioneer development) they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile. The average for all foreign countries is $100,000. Low capitalization and high operating effici- ency have enabled American Railroads to pay the highest wages while charging the lowest rates. M Qfiis advertisement is published by the Sbsociation ofiSlaitway Gxcciitives Thost dtsirint Information concerning tht railrtad situation may obtain lileraturt ly writing to Tht AittjClatlon of Railway Extcutivti, 61 lireadway. New Yoti uwmnMnsi Stew Il:rn ii gSfS Z&i . I I - i -- gTTT'gagyy Willi HI 1 Ti" 7iT iriiTi w fantmtslBTluidltemhm IBS For Infants and Children. 4 CAiiORiA T- -' ""' " " Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria Always Bears the Signature ftAfF of P.ALCOHOI.-- 3 J PERCENT. tinaihcStomactoandjwciL iTSfflsaa; MncnH.NoTNAlioTIC( J'unitimJ"'1 Senra JtiikilhZpt Hem Sift neither OpIam.MorpIitacn .7ZZZXinarlCffl.i In ConstlpatlonanU Diarrhoea, ' rcsijuKcrcftojnilleP (UIU crp MM flf m Use For Over jvnCoMPK TVK.W scot an-- a i rntn-h- j ii Aia-- 'ri CASTORI i THS Thirty Years Exu:t Copy of Wrapper. CNTUB COMPANY, NtW YORK CITY V Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job 'Print- - ing. Work Delivered Promptly. (By Harvey S. Williams.) This has been another week ot churning, choppy grain markets, but tho tendency has been definitely downward and about half "ot tho big ndvanco of the preceding week was wiped out. Tho market is still under tho strong opposing lnfluonces of small stocks, light receipts and consequent big cash premiums, (duo partly to lack ot transportation and partly to a holding attitude on the part of farmers) on tho one hand, and a conviction which is developing into a cortainty that thpre will bo a record surplus of all nnin and food stuffs to bo carried over into tho new crop year, on tho other. Tho wheat situation Is really tho most serious and promises to dominate all grain values. In place of tho 300,000,000 bushels ot wheat which government ott'.c'.vU confidently expecto'l to export c'urfait; 'he crop year of 1919-2it now appears doubtful If we will dispose of over 1C5, 000,000 and Indications are for a carry over in all positions of between 175,000,000 and 200,000,000 bushels Into the new crop year. Tho Grain Corporation has bought huge Quantities of low grail 3 Hour for the IiUcStock Associations k Plfty-nln- o breeders' as- ixport trade which ihiy, now find sociations, with a reported member- themselves unable to sell and aro ship of 1,524 were organized during Kinking desperate efforts through a the lost fiscal year with the help of notional adverlSMtif campaign to tell 11 United States Department of Agricul- 1' to domestic consumers. that there are still 200,000,-00- 0 ture extension specialists. In addibushels of wheat from last year's tion numerous calf clubs were organized among tho boys and girls. Much crops held on the farms In this coun-ti- y and under present transportation of tho work is being done In regions o Industry is prac- :ondltlons It will le a physical Imwhere the possibility to market this surplus. tically new. e Of course, there Is a reason for this One of the purposes of activities is to eliminate Situation and while It has been, extension for over two years, It has been scrub bulls and replace them with pure breds of good quality. The persistently Ignored In this country. with the In brief, it is the Argentine surplus Federal workers agricultural colleges through which accumulated during the past State th3lr extension divisions and particu- two years when ocean transportation Last was absolutely unavailable. larly with county agents. week's exports ot wheat from that country were moro than twice the toClear Land in Ozarks Angora Tho success which has attended the tal from the United States and Canraising of Angora goats in tho rugged ada combined, and tonnage is being Ozark country of southwestern Mis- diverted to Argentine ports now at souri has suggested to specialists ot a rate that promises record-breakin- g tho United States Department of Ag- cxpoits from there for several months riculture that it might be equal- to come. We have Ignored world conditions ly profitable to place such herds on many other wild tracts, particularly because Europe had to be fed and this those which have been cut over, be- was theonly country who could sup cause theso goats, are proving of ply their needs. Now this situation great help In clearing away under- appears changed entirely and naturbrush. While growing mohair nnd ally world buyers are going into the producing kids, tho Angoras in tho cheapest markets. This situation is true not only of Ozarks aro also trimming down the brush, manuring tho hills, and pre- wheat, but corn, oats and flaxseed as paring tho way for grass, cattle and well, but we have some competition oven nearer home on account of the sheep. Somo owners of brush lands, not big discount of Canadian under Amerwishing to invest In goats, havo paid ican money. Oats from Western Cangoat owners from GO to 75 cents per ada can be laid down at the Atlantic animal per season to clear tho land seaboard at from 4 to 5 cents below for them. Thus tho herd owners, the cost of Western oats. Export by lenting out their goats, havo rc- - business, which has been so widely cehed good returns for their brows- advertised, appears to havo been ing instead of liavlng to pay feed largely speculative on the part of seaboard dealers, and Instead of tho trebills. In addition to tho rental income, mendous clearances which had been good Angora nannies, when proper- predicted for January and February ly cared for, are returning an aveiage the actual shipments havo been about pounds of mohair and aro tho lightest on record. of 3 to 3 Tho urovlslon markets have been bearing a goodly number of kids. Woll-biethrifty wethers, bucks, even weaker than grains and this, too. In tho face of steady to strong marand young goats aro keeping tho of mohair clip up to about 3i kets for hogs. This situation appears pounds. With mohair selling from peculiar and can only bo explained activity 5p to 75 cents a pound and kids valu- by the fact that industrial American ed at $3 to $4 per head, each rented in this country enables nannlo jetiims from ?5 to ?7 per woiking men to pay fancy prices for fresh meats. Tho fresh meat trade year, gross. According to reports secured by a has absolutely fixed the hog price all representative of tho State College of winter, but in the meantime the heaAgrlculturo in Missouri, the number vy and rough hogs havo gone to a of Angoras required to clear an aero bigger discount under tho choice light of land varies from 2 to 5, dopendlng ones and stocks of lard and dry salton tho density and slzo of the brush ed meats In packing centers have acTwo years of constant browsing with cumulated rapidly .The American this number of goats results In ab- Meat Packers Association issued a solute destruction ot practically nil statement during the week that of tho foreign financial situaunderbrush. In somo cases tho animals have suffered from continuous tion and the big shipments thruout browsing in donse undergrowth for last fall from this country, further exto long a period and somo goat men port business during tho current seaaro finding it advisable to provide a son was absolutely impossible and better range where their animals can that we would have to base our provision prices entirely on domestic feed part of the time. If the government reconsumption. port showing over 72,000,000 hogs in Causes of Poor Hutch Poor hatches aro common with this, country on January 1, was corpoultrymen, but what causes them Is rect there Is bound to be n surplus a muchidlscussed question. )The ans over domestic requirements Farmers May not Sell wer depends on a great variety of Tho condition ot tho While the foregoing summary apcircumstances. eggs previous to hatching is moio pears very bearish there is another apt than tho incubation to be tho side to the situation. The American cause, although Improper handling farmor Is more independent than any in either case will produce the same other class of our cltlzeus and is in a results. When eggs fail to hutch, pobltlon to hold his surplus because first see whether tho breeding stock ho considers It more valuable at the is kept under conditions which tend price than any other commodity. to produce strong, fertile germs In tho Farm labor Is almost impossible to eggs; next, whether tho eggs havo obtain at 'prices four or five time been handled properly before Incu- as high as those prova'Ilng before the bation;, and lastly, whether tho con- war and independent leaders among ditions were right during Incubation. thofurmers claim that normal proWhen an incubator Is used a dally duction will bo impossible while this 1 0, live-stoc1 I'Rtl-matbeor-cattlbeef-cattlself-evide- nt d, av-era- go se Get HiickToClorr. From tlio Atlantic to Iowa and from Tenncsseo to Canada clover Is tho key crop Jn rotations, but there Is a gradual though steady dccllno In tho culture of red clover in this area Specialist1? In the Human ot Plant Industry, United SUt03 Department of Agriculture, arfj seriously concerned over this decline and urgo nil farmers to get back to clover. Less planting of clover has Injuriously affected tho productiveness of tho region and Is likely to affect It still moro Injuriously if something is not done either to Increase tho acrc-ag- o of clover or to find a substitute. "Whether a farmer adopts a three, four, or fiv voar rotation." the specialists declare,, "ho is sum to find that his yields will decline if he does not have clover somewhere in the rotation. Thcoretlcillv, nt course, possible to subtHuti' another It Ingumlnous crop for clover, but practically clover fits so wull Into the agricultural practices of this section that It Is tho only leguminous crop having nny large degree of influence upon keeping up the productivity of tho soil." 9Bra I ?-d0- father, the boys 1 0; and irls lts SjSr the sweet for all ages -- at work or J III llllllllf When you're nervous or tired, MM$ ijHHjf The Flavor if flfi '. 1 Sealed I jUf -- iSSi c Kept Ofrfflr5l7 ' PERFECT GUMHA2IS If In one it cost $1 a hundred mora to mako pork with lice on the hogs than without; in the second, It cost $1.50 more; in the third, $2.94 more. Gains on the hogs free from llco were made mor rapidly as well ns at -r It Is sate to conclude that 1 ton of less cost. It pays to kill the lice. silage is equal to half good beet-to- p ' a ton of alfalfa hay when fed as a . Keep Cow Begging. mixed feed. Many feeders think that Farmers and dairymen should read the silage fyas a value almost equal to this little clipping from the Southern good hay, ton for ton. Agriculturist: Careful watch should be kept on the feed trough in front Of the cow. "Best Sires Are Cheapest" "We havo been in tho cattle busi- Good feeding consists in catering to ness for moro than 35 years and have each cow that Is, feeding her tho always kept tho best purebred sires kinds and amounts of feed which will keep her appetite whetted, giving her we could buy." With this remark in a letter to tho just a little less than she wants, and Federal Bureau of Animal Industry, keeping her begging for more. Feed should nbt be allowed to accumu- -' C. H. Falres, a 'Texan, applied for in" tho "Better Sires Better lato In the manger' to becomo sour ahd musty, for this is almost certain Stock" campaign. "We have always tried to teach to causo dlgestlvo disorders and a thq pdoplo to uso purebred sires ot reduction in the milk yield. ill kinds of stock," ho added. "Our Keeping Sheep For Mutton. motto is tho "best is tho cheapest," Sheep aro not very generally kept ot anything w? raise whether It be cattle, horses, mules, sheep or poul- on farms for supplying the homo famtry. We havo found this pays as well ily with meat. There are many areas, with dogs as with everything else." especially in hilly or mountainous regions, where nearly every farm could keep a few mutton sheep to adGetting Together Helps--. Tho county agent has, of course, vantage. Boys' and Girls' clubs in talked himself b'ue In tho face about some parts of tho country have dono Ho bellovPH In it and much to fostpr homo production ot situation exists. It remains to be seen whether the farmer will stand fast in his determination not to sell his surplus at below what he considers present cost of production. i . Is always glad wLon he v.iix &ccure a short, snappy yautgraph on this important subject. Rero is a paragraph from the Southern Agriculturist which hits the nail exactl on the head: v Remember that this Is about one ot tho best years that has even been with your fellow farmto ers In buying and selling. It Is bettor than other years not so much bewill bring bigger cause results this year, but because gool business demands that alt practical means ot Increasing income and reducing expense bo put to uso this Is certainly suet year. a means, too, as thousands and 'thous ands of farmers have proved ovei and over again. Try It and see If your experience does not add to the proof. mutton. Sheep naturally graze over rnther wide areas and seek a variety ot plants. This habit particularly adapts them to being kept In large numbers on lands of sparse vegetation or furnishing a variety of grasses or other plants, says tho United States Department of Agriculture. They do hotter on short and fine grasses than on coarso or high feed. They will, oat a good deal of brush and, If confined to small areas', will do a fair When used Job at cleantng up land. In this way they can not be expected to prove very satisfactory In the production ot good lams or good wool Keep Consumer's Confidence The producer dealing dlroctly with consumer must not forget that o.io rhlpment ot poor produce cause. more dissatisfaction than can bo with soveral shipments of y produco, say market experts of tho United States DepartConsumors ment of Agriculture. often Judgo tho quality of produce by appearance. Farmers should pack produco so that when It has been transported it will arrivo In good condition and present a good appearance. Containers should bo suited to the produce shipped and should bo durable, strong, and reasonable In price. Much dissatisfaction has resulted from the uso ot unsuitable containers. high-qualit- Emergency morris l. Mccracken, Demonstration Agt. Wee Cost Money. Every farmor knows that it takes grain to feed lice on hogs; but not many know how much. The following clipping from the Southern Agriculturist, gives the amount; Tho U. S. Department of Agricul-tur- a conducted throe oxpoilmonts to see Just how much lice lnterfero with tho proper growth and fattening of jxporimoiit3 hogs. Each of those lasted three months or onger and In each twenty to thirty hogs woro used. V SE3JDS iOBRLY STRUNG (By uml liecauso I enjoy the iiMfcaScAicn, I am back on tho Job of Mm( atrtnglnK again. In my daily own tml the Capitol I literally ""rmO Iimiwh murblo halls" and .KOt.wii distinguished by public pre- lidt imfld It all my heart "imm:wm f '.teurutw ior a drar old town down on . Of tho River Rough, and aw litn swmneihtlnn of tho best people in l - 3lUflM-MiriIt Is. a weakness of Jmripmrnt to esteem too highly lfcliu'8 it has not experienced. ' "ii!i. ftwM to . D. Clnlro.) hmv Pinko that I am week. If you don't Hko 'cm you have got nothing on 'mo, for I don't think they aro great snnkei, myself. w&zM$mfimrt SCEw3 m not r 1 party who doos not know Jut many good people there are down in Ohio county naked me why I took tho time to write so much stuff for a local newspaper, and I told him, no'gosli, J, had rather write a column, through tho dear old shoot, to the home folks, than to write an essay for the Literary Digest. A ow mJB I MM A.1 COURT 3E3COXJJS3Z3 JSTJ-A.Ifi.3- I. hu-wv- rc &. Uri-jants- t 3Stt"5 time ticcomo common place, hlqh station aro not much iJlIvcwiit from Iho common clay of us. And, too, prominence '.taswasznapdnslbllltles that aro not Tho dlffer- alA .iJMWhlne and song. e lots of men, men who mtcak 'JujU read and think, Is not so anvsn. si 'Inexperience esteems it. ac attractive surroundings In asBffcauttiiln tiwaof wrett-Ur'fJi- m of tho refining iisXmnieo of association with educa- t jrusiakTii ciilturo, but the man who can awri'.'-lxid Ills .ideal of happiness in Ills laSa-at"researches and meditation is .outM jo.pnxpctual disappointment. "5f jhujiiU unmindful What new ventures Is Alex Curtis making, and whore has Ben Taylor gone, If anywhere, and Is Eck Rial still driving tho, old gray horse, and how high did Dlllis Ward get the property listed this year; Is tho confiscated liquor all gono out of Bratch-or'- s safe, and does Battle Nail still spend most of his tlmo loafing 'round tho Republican office, and has tho Popcorn King been arrested for beating" tho Income tax, and does Leach loaf out in front of his tho shoe-fixe- r, shop this winter like he did last summer, and well why in the dlckons don't you print tho local news, anyhow? - Hartford, Ky., March 6, 1920. OH Q'olools. Sla.rtT,3P H I -- FOR SALE Poland China Gilts, Six Poland bred to pure-breTHESE GILTS ARE China Boar, BRED TO FARROW In MAY AND JUNE, Price $25.00 each, worth twice tho money. Pedigrees furnished free. Two brood Sows, due to farrow Feb. o 20th. These Sows are Poland Chinas and registered. One is 3 years old tho other 2 years old, Prico 50.00 each, worth $75.00 each. Ono 10 months old, registered Poland China Boar big type. I will tako $50.00 for this hog and ho is worth $100 for ho Is going to make tho largest hog that was ever In Ohio county. These hogs aro all first class and as well bred as you will find anywhere in the United States. My, reason for selling is that I want to quit the business. In fact, I want to sell everything I have. Come see, and if there is any trade in you you will own something. Yours to sell, 33tf W. S. DEAN, Dundee. pure-bre- d d, blg-bonbig-bone- d, blg-typ- r i j iBza? spinit spot, remoto from the men, and in some with the kings of Jacefenrre, like Gibbon and M'Cauley splendid Irak-- 'Emerson, and those , aArmafa, like lho New York AVorld uo. iJternry Digest and tho Hartford Ittojmblican, .spend the remaining eaw-ilinlife in undisturbed study aiatirifieCtJim. On occasion, of course, lafascrJS rant to emerge from my season of association with at Ste5P IA and honored friends, like OToinft, but never again should I iu&EK-ult- h the multitude. r?. mix apuIpivo of fortune warranted jci si lift- I should Steal away to - baar inuilis of snftioTP junttago, y 25 Head of Iowa Horses and Mares Young and broke. Weigh 1,000 to 1,300 pounds. Guaranteed as' represented. It will pay any farmer who needs a good team or single horse or mare to attend this sale. These horses and mares will absolutely be sold to the highest bidder. -- -- always seemed to me that jxuxsse nT iny friends died when I was tYtxasr Ithim when I wasat home. Xicat Is duo to getting the death v$xjmZs in groups, In tho Republican, wAurr-wait appears that way. One jr nam, 3 .see by the. death notices In my old and honored "On-"raenriu. pass out at tho door of death. .ItisK yp&w I notice mention of the tfrjisA ol nvy old and faithful friend, KVssii JDuncan. Wash was truly my Iriteul! Sjut more than a score of years, ansT 8 van say for him what I can not or black, that -- Tar isikub others, white jptt ?jr&ji loyal friend. I was never sximid' to trust Wash, even with my cvjnubjgr. Alio last and final test of Tse&x&u' In noting 'faithfulness. T 3TiEtCs"i? dnmise I fell to wondering, 'n&sa&ljs he now? It occurred to mo 7ur wxs a bit too contrary to enjoy aaciraro 3ind mnybe had net that mea- laaifiwl responsibility that would warrant 10s consignment to tho other sn In my prayers for his soul I Btoe 35ik2I .ask for him a tranquil and an ettrxja sleep. ' ' i u' '' Si Vent, Pcr-Jlinsi- w - 1 JASPER WARREN RAKER Jasper Warren Baker was born near Beaver Dam, April 21st., 1846. and died at his home near Beaver NEAL BROTHERS & HARRIS. Fulkerson, of Nelson, for several days. s Mr. Ernie Robertson and family, of McLean county, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wood, recently. Mr. Owen Jones, of the Steamer Bowling Green, visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones, Saturday. Mrs. Bert Barnard spent several days in Evansvillc, recently. Mr. Vernon Everly was called, last of hlsvife, who week, to the bed-sld- o was quite sick, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller, of Powderly. , A few friends and relatives of Mrs Dave Oldham, surprised her with a birthday dinner, Monday March 1. DUKEHURST. CEXTERTOWX. URATOHER. OKLAHOMA WRITES -- S Alter many months of retiring at thrt In the morning I am amazed to Juaacxttr wlirt a blessed privilege it si rtf mm 'in Jit my own sweet will. JPwaty may have been right In Murage 1 was a twelve o'clock man, ij U jilead not guilty to move the Tram wp tlireo hours later. In retlr- 45 uar about tho meridian hour of hi- iu 1 say a prayer for Al Ander- vara ixi3 Jim Nance, who still have .Jwr iuwr-- j to work in the Messenger jiDfc and recall with amuaeil Inter- iQiw mention of that Inimitable --aswaiX iShunco Pansy, who said "God . lb5Qio man who Invented sleep." tnl Sykos Brown, and his son, Chester, his wife and baby, of Jingo, havo the flu and aro able to bo out. Mr. Ira Young, living on tho farm of Baker Bros., near Palo, lost his and entire contents by houso flro, ono day last week. Tho fire had not been lighter slnco tho night boforo, which is a mystery hard to explain. ' Every onco in a while tho oil men srirai.ta. get in action in this section, and you Thth mountain nowspapors aro still would think something win gi:ng to xntjdiSng that old John Shell gamo on happen soon, hut tho activity dios jittsuiluUms public. down and everything seems to bo about as dead as over. "Why does not sojaobody report to BROOM NOTICE Lifcu MoLuko that a man named O, HL Htuppy .lives iu tlm flesh, ut May- Those having broom corn should set it to our place by April 1st. Work "ID'tiTiL'iiirlng of bsads Is too darn guaranteed. Price COcts. or half. C. N. BAIRI), .Manager. ' mI Vw.ui,', ajljf off a fow'or carry them Hartford Broom Works. '4tJUx to iisd oil. tlicftavoiitli. page nuxt 'IMBiont. r - nf "Old Stone." After entor- ianfau;, irui till entertainment was no Anther u ploabiiro or a ncces- antr-tTK k invited mo to return as ofton u ' 1 loud thu llinu and inclination. Xrvr be perfectly frank, with you, ?tAi, .lie was tho only friend I had tr.fuiHhurn, leaving whom nearly its. SnOia- y heart. Frankfort may havo citizen, but if ho ho has not vuirh. dbAiuivfirud tho excellence of my remember with the I nptt gratitude tho fine courtesy uuivm ron l.v the management of the "2aai9or while I was on its staff, bm 1 ihxll neer attempt to conceal 3xf that I nover camo to like 'ivmsuOtm. However, ono little in- uitour laarks a reason ror regret at tvpaj. Juht before I camo to a great and good and gen- mm citizen came to tho office at iFii-i-hnur of midnight and Invited :s nr wit his homo. Arriving thoro iii Hitiuxl a treat sideboard, especial- 3 i"ilt Jnto tho wall of his dining Farm. -Mrs. Roach and her fathor, Mr. nmL ''hat exposed tlireo hundred &.&U always . "r!,in., k. -- Dam, Ky., Feb. IT; 1920. In tln passing away of Bro. Baker, one of God's noblemen quits the walk's of men. For forty years and more he like Enoch had walked with God and at all times had been an Interested with Him In the upbuilding and extension of His Kingdom. He ening. Have you forgotten W. J. Bryan was of serene temperament and posand T. P. Gore, not to say anything sessed of a faith that held him steady amid the troublesome scenes of life. about a few lesser lights like mo? I .note with pleasure tho advance-- ! Ho was an ardent Methodist, a con ment of I. D. Claire in the field of sistent Mason, a faithful and affecjournalism. There is no way to tell tionate husband, and a careful and whdre he may stop, for those old patient father. To his friends whom yellow hills of Kentucky have produc- - he numbered by all those who knew ho was evor true. He nas ed some very prominent men; OKla-jhlsecond Gpvornor, Hon. Leo i orous to n fault and sought to inter- Cruc6 "firlnstance". But I will not est himself in all that was worth while in tho community where ho livattempt to name them all. Best wishes to the Republican and ed. He was a gentleman, a clnh'ljn gentleman of tho olden type. He all its readers. was a great friend to his pastor and Yours truly, shared with him in all the good thlng3 G. W. Lewellen, with which tho Lord so richly .blessed R. F. D. No. 3, Salllsaw, Okla. him. Above nil ho loved little children and they loved him. He was SULPHUR SPRINGS. married In 18G7 to Miss Anna E. Tho continued bad weather Is put- Austin, who preceded him several ting the farmers behind with their years ago to their Homo on high. work. No oats havo been sown and To this union were born eight chilmany plant beds not burned, and dren, of which five survivo: Thomas many that havo been burned have O. Baker, Claud W. Baker, R. Luther not been sown. No plowing done Baker, Flavious O. Baker and Mrs. and If tho weather man don't hold up Charlotte Ann Mercer, besides a, host soon, everything will come at ono of neighbors and frlend3 to mourn time and make planting late and a their loss. The bereaved family have curtailment of crops Instead of speed- tho sympathy and love of all In thl3, We laid ing up production as ha3 been lu- - their henr of bereavement. him to rest on the afternoon of Feb. tended. Miss Ruth Wellor, who has just 18th., in tho Old Goshen cemetery, finished a business course at tho State' beside loved ones gone on before, afNormal Schtfol, at Bowling Green, Is ter tho funeral sermon, In tho midst spending a fow days with her mother, of a host of friends, had been preachMrs. Mary Wellor, at Walnut Hill ed from tho Text recorded In Hebrews gen-noma- 's Editor Hartford Republican: My Dear Sir: I think it about time to "slip" you a little pay on subscription I have thought for a long tlmo that I would send you a long and instructive note when I renewed, but I see you only "appreciate" letters from your subscribers but havo no room to pass a good thing along. N6w, if you think that you and I. D. Claire have all the oratory bot tled up you are in for an awful awak- il:5. His former Pastor, A. D. LITCHFIELD. FOR SALE. , Tho price Is My house and lot In Hartford, Ky rlcht. LOUIS T. RILEY. CERALVO. i 30tt Mr. Ray Cornell went to Franklin, on Wednesday of last weak, where ho goes to accept employment. Mr. Charley Bishop, who has been quite ill of pneumonia, at the home of T. II. Balmain. of near Hartford, was. able to bo removed to his home here last week. of near Sunnydale. Ira Young, lost his dwelling and contents by fire ono day last week. Mr. Eddie Layman, of Hartford,' spent soveral days near hero (a the sust of his sister, Mrs Marlon Purk, and Mr. Park, last week. Miss Lena Combs, of this place, spent Tuesday with hor aunt, Mrs. Prudle Moore, at Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Park and son, Herman, of Owensboro, aro .visiting ' relatives near hero, this week. who formerly Mr. Alonzo Bartlett, o- lived in this vicinity, died at hi homo in Owensboro, Saturday night, C. II. SEARCY SUCCEEDS FRANKS ON COMMITTEE at about 10:30 o'chock. Ills death was duo to pneumonia following Chesloy II. Searcy, was chosen The remains were laid to resij in Union drove cemetery. Sunday chairman of tho Republican Stato Central Committee, nt the organizarftoruoun. Mrs. J. W. York is on tho sick Us. tion meeting of the body Wednesday Mr. James Everly and family, of night. Ills election as tho succesClear Run, aro ill of influenza. sor of Hon. E. T. Franks, was unaniMrs. Anderson Meadows and son mous. Alvis S. Bennett, who for tho past returned to their home at Owensboro Tuesday, after spending somo tlnn. 13 years has served as secretary, was tq that position. R. W. with relatives at Clear Run. Mr. B. M. Combs is ill with flu. Hunter, of Provldencd was named as 4vice chairman, succeeding John II. Gilliam. FOR SALE be-sl- Will Bratcher died at his homj, Mrs. Ida Bishop, of Evansvillc, visnear Frledaland Tuesday, after n ited relatives here, last week. Miss Evyleno Hunley, who has brief Illness of flu and pneumonia. Burial of tho remains took placo at been very sick, is Improving. Mrs. J. W. Carter, of Owensboro, Cane Rum, Wednesday Mr. Bratcher's family have had a" Is visiting relatives near town. S. D. Bosket went to Hartford and severe slego of the dreadful malady Beaver Dam Wednesday, on business. and he left a son, who was at last fo. Mrs. G. W. Combs, of Evansvllle, rm ts, at the point of death. mm Is visiting relatives here this week. NOTICE Miss Pearl TIchonor Is spending All persons having claims against this week with her sister, Mrs. Ed tho estate of Netter Faught, deceased, Nelson, of Mcllenry: An Infant child of Paul Pepton will please present samo to mo propdied last Sunday morning, of influ- erly proven, on or before May 1, 1920. enza. FRED FAUGHT, Admr. S. M. Dexter spent Tuesday night ' Olaton, Ky. and Wednesday In Hartford, on busi- 35t3 o- ness. Tho Louisville Daily Horald and Mrs. Coza Dspuy, of Rockport, is the guest of her sister, Mrs, P. O. Tho Republican, both ono year for $5.50. McKlnney, this week. Mrs. Robort Plummor Is at the Berkeley, Cal. Following a numof her sister, Mrs. Dr. Tayber .of cases of botulism, or meat lor, of Hartford, who has pneumonia poisoning, reported to state health Henry Buckley, of jCtentertown, It. officers here, tho U. S. Public Health t, died last Saturday night of pneu- Service has detailed Surgeon J.. C. monia, following tho flu. He leaves rGelger to make an invest'gation In x wife and several children. He was with tho Stato officers. fifty' years of age. Tho family has the profound sympathy of all their friends. Miss Cyntha Warden, of this place, died tho 22nd, of Fobruary, of complication of diseases. Sho was a very WHY FEED HOGS highly respected lady whoso loss will bo mourned by three brothers, two That Eat More Than Others Sho ulstera and a host of friends. Do to Make the Same years of age. Her rewas surdity mains wero Interred In the family Growth? When You burying ground, near Equality. y. OH! I See! A- - Can Get the Which makes 'the nicest dressed hog in the world and is a great pig producer, the least inclined to rogue, and I never knew of one to catch a chicken. A yt . Miss Marcarot. Brown, of Mcllenry. 150 acres of land 10 miles from Hartwas the guest of Miss Myrl kfmmel.'-- j ford, Ky., near Dundee, on tho M. H. &'E. R. R., about 30 a. cleared and last week. Mrs, Ida Barnard and children aro 20 u. In timber. Rough rlvor byttoui visiting hor parents, Mr. andj Mrs. L land,, black loam, For partlculais call on or nddrotis W. H. RENFROW, P. Lambert, of Horse Branch. Dundoe, Ky. Mr. Ross House and family, who 30U m havo been living nearhere, have I NOTICE moved to Rev. John Casobler's farm, near Rockport. Men should consult Mr. C. P. Morris attended the I All burial of Mr. Rgbert Decker, at Rock- - fine about war insuranco and compen- port, Monday. atlqn, Advice and assistance frco. DR. A. R. RILEY, Miss Mary Ethel Everly returned Com. American Legion, home Saturday, after being the guest ' Post No. 44. of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. . :- Let us send you tho Dally Courier-Journ- al and Republican, both ono year for $5.50. , V1CK-TAYL- Alec whose notice somo weeks ugo, wero married Saturday night at tho home of County Judge Cook, the Judge performing tho ceremony. Theso are industrious colored people, of near this place, the groom beingone of Onto County's leading and most respected citizens of his race. We have young pigs, both sex, also bred and unbred gilts, tried sows, excellent male. V Would be pleased to have Vick and Farrona Taylor, of you come and give our stock marriage wo had a proniaturo look-oveOR r. a Pedigree nished with all sales. furAd- dress, LOYALL P. BENNETT, Route 7. Hartford, Ky. 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