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The Hartford republican: March 12, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920031201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 12, 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 Republican 21- - Fine Quality Job Printing. Devoted io The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Yean. NUMBER 37 yOL. XXXII. PROBE COMMITTEE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, father that ho would obtain tho par- CALL FOR PRECINCT don for 100. In a fow days young obtained tho pardon and received a FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. SENATE MIX DELAYS VOTE ON PEACE PACT HITS PYTHIAN HARD $100." ' Tho committee said It received MASS CONVENTIONS Pursuant to order nnd direction of the Republican State Central Committee the Republicans of Ohio County are hereby called to meet In mass convention in their respectrvo Precincts, at their usual voting place, Saturday, March 20, n. 1 o'clock, p. m., standard tlmj. for the purpose of electing a member of the Republican County Executive Committee from each proclhct, ai provided by Party law. Republicans nre earnestly urged to attend1 tho meeting in their Pre cincts and see that tho very best man is selected fortho Important position of Precinct Chairman nnd member of tho County Committee. This March 10, 1920. E. G. BARRASS Ch'm'n. W. S. TINSLEY, - Secy. Warden Of Prison Charged With Misconduct In Report (Lotilsvlllo Uy L. V. Times) Armentrout. Tho Eastern and Western Stato Hospitals, tho School for, the Blind and the School for tho Deaf were complimented Hills passed this afternoon were the Roth bill, extending Ufo of tho Council of Defense for two years, and . tho Hudson bill, authorizing tho m Loulsvlllo School Board to issue nd .MISS WILLYE SMITH WITH vanco coruncnies io ua Normal COMMISSION IN GERMANY. School graduates. Miss Wlllyo Smith, a Hartford laMILS, HOMEIl MAKTI.V Red dy, who joined the American COMMITTED TO ASYLUM Cross forces nnd went to Franco lat in tho year 1917, or about tho first Mrs. Homer Martin, of hear of 1918, left that service on February was brought before the County 14, there being but little further use Court Monday, where and when an for Red Cross activities of the nature Inquest into her sanity was held! In vhich she was engaged. Miss whereupon she was committed to tho Smith nccepted a position with tho Western Kentucky Asylum for con- American Rhlneland Commission at finement and treatment. The de- Coblenz, Germany, Joining the Comrangement of Mrs. Martin's mind mission February 15. was brought about by poor health Miss Smith has entered into ai during tho past 12 or 15 years, and agreement to serve with the Comonce, mission for ono year, and tho probaof recently, perhaps more than A minority report In course to take her own Jlfe, bilities are thatsho will remain for preparation, It Is said, will undertake she had tried a daughter of to show that all of tho Stato hogs so It is said. She was reared near oven a greater length of time, as It Taylor and was Itov. C. C. was created for a period of five years were accounted for. says tho warden Cell's Itun, this County. service and only about one year of Tho committee tho time has expired. Miss Wlllye kopt his cows nnd horses In tho Stato C.IKIi MAKES has many friends hero whose best barn nnd supplied milk to be sold to HARTFORD COMMENDABLE RECORD wishes go with her in her newfleld ....... .!... rrl.n .Iaa nM 1. ...111? in a k Troasonablo and tho warden exhibited of labor,. Lexington, Ky., March 8. lillls for $1,100 for feed purchased daughter Miss Elizabeth Davidson, HALEY DAVIDSON for tho stock. Davidson, Willi roirnWl In the lnlsslnir whisky of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. commendable Mrs. Francis Raley and Mr. T. S. 'the report says eight cases of whisky Hartford, has doneof Arts nnd SciIn tho CQllego Davidson, both of Beaver Dam, wore bought nt tho Stagg Distillery work . Kentucky. -- Vor $1SS nnd that flvo cases of Stagg ence of tho University of united in marriage at tho former's had enough credits to graduato homo, Wednesday at noon. The whisky' wore shipped to Mrs. Kate She desired to do more ceremony was performed by tho Rev. TUnhlor, mothor of tho secretary of last semester but work so continued her studies. Sho Moore, of that place. Governor Stanley. has done major work in Romance Mr. Davidson was a former citiSay Whisky Is Found. work in Educa- zen of tho state of Tennessee, but has Tho cominltteo visited Mrs. Mnh-lor- 's Languages and minor In which Bhe is so been residing in Beaver Dam for tho house at Henderson nnd. found tion and German proficient as to be a substitute teach- past three years and Is nn Indus soma Stagg whisky there. record Is excep- trious and respected citizen, wrs Warden Phythlan, tho report says, er when needed. Her In that sho'hns mado tho ma- Davidson was originally Miss Frantestified that tho whisky had been tional Last cis Shaver, ueing'a daughter of Henjority A's and a fow D's. sont to tho reformatory at tho semester all her grades wero A's. ry Shaver, deceased, born and reared of Governor Stanley and was Resides being a good student sho In tho Shlnklo Chapel country, and not bought with Stato money, and activiwas not kept with the commissary is interested in all tho various semes- highly respe6ted. Each of tho parLast ties of tho University, whisky ties aro C4 years old. tho Horace Tho committee reports that In Au- ter she was Treasurer of now CARL l.ISLE DEAD. gust 1918, '$3G worth of lumber was Mann Literary Society nnd is serving as Vico President of that or purchased from the Lyons Lumber Sho Is also n member of Mr. Carl Lisle died at his homo in Company, delivered at tho reforma- ganization. tho l'hllosophtan Literary Society, Taylor' Mines, Sunday, after a protory nnd reloaded on tho warden's wagon and sent to his farm In chargo Romanco Languago Club, Ratlnesquo tracted Illness of tubercular trouble. Women's Funeral services and burial of tho of Tom Woods, a convict. Tho war- Botanical Club, Young PsyChristian Association, romalns took place Monday at Bethel, denies this. den chology Club, and Republican Club. near Horton. The commlttoo charges "that tho (In our local columns, last week's Tho deceased was G7 years of age warden was getting foodstuff from Issue, wo mado mention of tho grades and Is survived bj one son, Wavy tho commissary to supply his tablo, It nlso mado by Miss Davidson in tho exami- Lisle. Including fresh vegetables." gato, ac- nation at ond of last somestor, but says sugar was left nt tho LOUISVILLE MARKET. cording to S. E. Mobloy, former gate- sinco that dato we havo received tho foregoing from tho University Pross keeper, with Instructions from tho 111 'Cattle Prlmo heavy steers 11. 5Q warden to deliver It to persons who Association nnd publish same 12; heavy shipping steers $11 full.) would call for It. steers $10011; mm 11.50; medium Tho roport then refers to keeping V light steers $910; fat heifers $8 MRS. WH1TTAKHK . Stanley's do8 at tho reformatory 11. CO; fat cows $709.50; medium nnd the purchase of 'supplies' for tho Mrs. Bettle Whlttnker, wlfo of S. cows $5.257; cutters $4.75 5.25; prison. Tho mansion through tho $G. 5009.50; commlttoo stated that receipts and L. Whlttakor, died at her homo near cannors $4.50; bulls amounts of gro- Hoflln. early Inst Friday morning, feeders $8 10.25; stockers- $7 9.25 chocks for various mediceries purchased this way wore ex- of heart trouble Mrs. Whlttakor choice milch cows $100120; possible all 'wero had recently recovero:l from nu at um $70100; common $50070. hibited nnd it is Calves Market steady on choice paid for, but condemns tho practice tack of Influenza, and while not Dig supply of strong, sho had regained he. normal venls at $14.50015. Ci Itkisort, . "Knorltlsm" was alto- medium and lighter calves that nre Tho committee criticised what It condition and her deatu extremely slow sale at low1 prices. termed ".favoritism" at tho prison and gether unexpected. Hogs Prices unchanged, with an onducted Aftor funeral sorv'ci, "discrimination" against tho Frankby Ror. Landroth, tho remains wero active outlet for tho best offerings. Chair Company and fort Company, contractor, In fa- intorrod in tho Woodvaru's Vallav Best hogs 250 pounds up $14.25; 165 to 250 pounds $15.25; 120 to 1G5 tho Reliance Manufacturing burying grounds. vor of pounds $15; pigs 90 to 120 pounds Company. It states that the latter NO'IICEl . ,:.... $13; 90 pounds down $11.25; throw-ou- ts inl.ni fni Kft .'nnlc n ilsiv I $11.75 down. Otcrbccm ami ltoail Hands, jvhllo the others pay 85 and OS.cents, " I Sheep nnd Lambs Demand conis discrimination In the that thord Please pitch into the roads Just as tinues firm, with fow changes in valassignment of tho convicts and ad- -, strictly good tho contract with the Re- - soon as thoy can bo worked at all ues. Best lambs $15r vises that be Tho County has eight graders and higher; lighter kinds $10012; l6st llance Manufacturing Coirpar.y any others .and nlso sheep $7; buckB $6 down. canceled as Boon "as It can be done. will rent or' hire Butter, Egg? nnd Poultry. by Gov- - Martin Ditchers for EARLY ROAD With regard to pardon Eggs Candled 40c dozen. Stanley the committer mention. WORK. Call on your magistrate for ornor supplies. Butter Country 30c lb. ed dne caso, sthat of William Otis lumber or othor Poultry Herts ,30c lb.; large Reynolds, serving a term for seduc- - At least such work ns filling up af- - bad holes In the road and opening up spring chickens 25 030c lb.;, small tlon. The cominltteo stated that 26 30c lb.; old draingo chickens ter Governor Stanley had refused a tho ditches on tho sldo for to right spring 15 roosters 016c tb.; stags 20 0 24c L. P. Tan- -' purposes can bo attended pardon on application qf lb.; ducks 22 025c lb.; turkeys 35 nor, Of OWCllBUOro IHU iuuiur ui uio ( ....,,, A. D. KIRK, 40c lb.; geese 16 019c lb'.; guineas young 1119)1. then applied to unies i County Attorney. 0 35 cents apiece. contracted with tlje J Youtig, who Bu-for- d, n, d. Frankfort, Ky March 10. Tho probo cbnunlttco which inspected tho State institutions inailo its report In flln TTnilnn thin nflnrnnnn nml mntln charges that Wurden T. M. Phythlan, on the statement of V. L. Hawkins, formerly connected with tho reform' ntbry. sold ,18.200 lbs. of scrap Iron to S. T. Marcus of Frankfort for GG and GG cents a hundred, for which the State received J 180. Hawkins testified that ho saw tho railroad scalo weights, and Marcus said there was other iron on the car. Tho commlttoo also charges that A. F. Mitchell delivered threo truckloads of hoes In 1919 to Henry Knlclit in Louisville and ono load to n Mr. Jof- forles. Three of these loads belonged to tho Stato ami one belonged partly to tho Stato and partly to tho war-dotho report says. It also says Uowcn Henry hauled two truckloads of hogs to Louisville during 1919, one, load belonging to tho State and tho other containing hog? belonging to tho Stato and the warden. The committee) places, tho value at $500 or $600 on each truck-loa- communication from Young acknowledging receipt of tho $100, but stating that he mado several trip to Frankfort and tho $100 was in the nature of., expenses. tho criticized Tho committee houses of reform for supplying milk to tho families of officers and then from giving to tho inmates milk which the cream had been separated, ltnlso said there was one guard for every five Inmates. Tho only criticism at Eddyvlllo was that tho harden kept his chickens ceptancc of a distasteful compromise. He held to his prediction that tho GOOD CONFERENCE compromise movoment would fall, although ho conceded that a considerHELD IN 0WENSD0R0 able number of Democrats were ready to vote with the Republicans. TAX SUPERVISORS I Compromise Hopes Fading, Plans Of Both Sides f THIS AVEEK BUSY Disrupted. London, March 10. With the official notification announced today of accession to the League of of Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Holland, all but two, namely, Salvador and Venezuela, of the thirteen nations nonslgnd-torie- s of the Versailles treaty, invited to becomo original miembers of tho league, have definitely accepted. Salvador has signified Its Intention of Joining the league, hut Venezuela has not yet" declared its Intention. Washington, peace- Clio Na-toi- ns nt Uo Prison.- - March treaty compromise 10, The negotia- tions entered a period of fevered uncertainty today as the time approached fpr final Senate action on Article Working desperately for an agreement, senators on both sides of the chamber confounded the plans of their party leaders and threw the Senate into such a tangle- that It tacitly was agreed to delay a vote for several days In the hope that all elements might be more certain of their ground. Tho hopes of tho compromise advocates collapsed and were revived hourly as the day's negotiations pro ceeded in private conferences while debate on the floor dragged on without apparent Interest or effect. To night the conference continued, with and some some senators hopeful hopeless of the outcome, but with no one confident- - of what might hap pen. It was Jhe treaty's Irreconcilable Republican opponents who .startod the trouble by remonstrating In a militant way against the decision of some of their party leaders to assont to a modified draft' of tho Repub lican reservation to Article X. So effective were their representations that the leaders virtually decided not to offer the new reservation. - The Ohio County .Board of Tax Supervisors met here Monday, for the purpose of equalizing assessment re turns of tho County Tax, Commissioner, nnd adding and distributing the increase of $100,000.00, as 'ordered by the State Board. Notwithstanding tho County Judge has designated or appdinted 90111c four or five Individuals from the Rockport District, up to yesterday afternoon, due to sickness and other causes, none of the appointees could servo. It Is practically certain, however, that a good man from that district will be on the Board today. The Board as constituted Is as follows: From the Hartford district, C. I. Maxey; Beaver Dam, Clarenco Dennis; Centertown, Nat Llndley: Bartlett, John H. Davis; Fordsvllle, V. A, Matthews; Rosine, H. C. Crow-de- r; Sulphur Springs, N. B. White Notices of the Board's action' will be sent to the Individuals affected, at once, and not at another meeting to be 'held sometime next month, as the, Hartford Herald states, in its article on the matter. J Home Service Secretaries Of Red Cross In One Day Meeting. (Owensboro Messenger, Mar. 9.) Tho one day conference of homo service secretaries of tho district yesterday at the federal building Red Cross headquarters, proved very satisfactory. 'Practically all of the secretaries arrived in the city Sunday and tho conference began at 9 o'clock, Monday morning. Miss Kathryn Gallagher, of the Lake Division headquarters at Cleveland, case correspondent, in the morning session discussed case-- problems and went into detail as to after care of clients. Miss Elizabeth Moore, of Hartford, led a discussion on federal board problems, which was followed by a round table discussion. Following lunch at'the.Rudd, future chapter administration was outlined by Miss Ola Mae Arrick,dl3-,- s trict field agent; also of the Lake Division headquarters at Cleveland. Her talk Included first aid, care of the sick and disaster relief. Four towns in Western Kentucky are to be declared depots for disaster relief and it is possible Owensboro may be declared one of theso depots, owing to its situation both. as to rail and river facilities. Surveys of the towns will be mnde upon their selection, which will Include hospital facilities, housing condl- -' tlons, the food situation, clothing, ' nnd river facilities, including Green ' river, the number of boats and their owners. Mrs. Mary Martin, of Greenville, an overseas Red Cross nurse out lined tho plan of the GreenvllleRed Cr6ss, which' has recently established a community center, which is the ' home of the county agent, county home demonstration agent, home ser-- . vice secretary of the Red Cross, com- munlfy nurse, and which is later to include a rest room for women, a reading room for men, a cafeteria and Other comforts for the community. Eight men bought the buildine formerly owned by the Y. M. C. A. and through the Red Cross it Is becoming the community center. A . moving picture machine will shortly be Included In the equipment and later a Red' CrosB recreational pr,o-- v gram will bo put on for that county! The local secretary- - outlined "Of-fl- co Administration arid How Simplified." Besides the Cleveland guests those attending wore Miss Elizabeth Moore- - Hartford; Miss Dagg, Mrs. Mary Smlthson, Cal- - . houh; Mrs. Mary Martin, Greenville; Miss Kathleen Wilson, Madlsonvllle; Mrs, Fred Hume. Providence ' and ,K Miss Eva Mauzy, Dixon. . -Hop-klnsvll- FISCAL COURT TO MEET MARCH SIXTEENTH An order has been entered In County Court calling the FIscaFCourt to meet in special session March 16. The main purpose of the special session is to consider. and devise some method of maintenance and care of the public roads, although the call provides for the transaction of any business properly brought to the x tt Caught In Cross-Fli- c. TI-C- - ' Hoguo-Mont-gomo- lt , This determination sentvsome of tho mild reservation Republicans on tho warpath and produced confusion also on tho Democratic side, where senators had labored several days to line up votes for the Republican subfrom stitute. Caught In a cross-fir- e Republicans and reservation Demo-- ' crats, tho .Republican leaders withheld their, final "decision, but indiwould precated that tlloy prdba-blsent the substitute if nssured of enough Democratic defections to adopt it. Meantime.disagreoment among,the Democrats became more pronounced, partly as a result of a meeting In the office of Senator Owen, Democrat, Oklahoma, at which a number of Democratic senators are understood to have expressed disapproval of tho colirso of their party leaders and to have promised active supportto the movement to break away from President Wilson and accept the best compromise they could get. Among some Republican advocates of compromise It was declared tonight votos Democratic that thIrty-tv- o could be mustered for tho Article X substitute, and there were indications that unless' the Republican leaders did present it one of tho Republican mild rsorvationletg might dp so. It also H'as suggested that If the Republicans abandoned It entirely It might be presented by a reservation Democrat. Taking No dinners. While virtually the entire Sonnte membership was occupied with these negotiations, the Article X reservation technically was taken up. for debute in an almost deserted Senato chamber. But the lrreconcllablos woro taking no chances that tho unsettled situation would result in n stampede, and they got tho floor and kept it, Senators McCormlck, Republican, Illinois, nnd Polndextor, Republican, Washington, occupying tho the Fiscal Court for pad maintenance and improvement, but we do know that something ought to be done to bring about a change in 'the deplorable condition of our roads. We all realize the County's need for more revenue for road purposes, but under the present taxing system the securing of more funds appears Jo be next to Impossible. So It seems that we must make the most of what we havo, and If the Court can do something to better present conditions It ought to have the thanks of everybody, excepting, of course, a few who are constitutionally opposed to spending money for anything not for their direct, Individual benefit, and then some would be very much pleased to havo the other fellow put It up, ' WITNESSED UURIAJf OF 0 GENERATIONS ' ' Court's attention. We are not Informed as to methods or system under consideration by m My great, great grandmother, Mrs. Lydla Stevens, was born 1739, died S29; Henry Stevens, my great grandfather, was born 1784, died 1874; Richard Stevens, my grandfathef, was born 1808, dled 1894; Henri-Steven-s Jr., my father, was born 1S31, died 1S71; Flnley Stevens, a brother, was born' 1857, dled 1880;' Joseph Stevons, my son. born 1898. died 1900; Robert Stevens, my grandson, died 1915. Tho soven generation or members of seven generations wero all burled at the Carson burial grounds at Nocreek, and' with tlw preoption of the first, I havo witnessed the burial of all. W. F. STEVENS; , m WILL LOCKET GOES BY ELECTRIC CHAIR Petrio Locket, Kimbrough, alla3 Will murderer of little Geneva Hardman and .three other women, paid the price for tho last crime committed, in a legal exenear 4', cution yesterday morning o'clock, via. the electric chair. Tho " doomed negro had spent considerable time in song and prayer and had stated that he was not afraid to die. Lockot previously confessed to the . murder of three othor women. Two brothers of tho murdered girl,' MARRIAGE LICENSE together with several others, from Only three permits to wed have Lexington, wore permitted to wines3 been issued during the" past week, the execution, which rings down the curtain on Kentucky's recent, most as follows: S. Fleldon, Fordsvllle, to r'egretablo chapter written in the Fount blood of a half dozen of her sons. Lola L. Westerflt'ld, Fordsvllle. " Jesso W. Smith, Horton, to Mario Black, Route 2, Hartford T. S. Davidson, Beaver Dam, to Francis Raley, Beaver Dam. COUNTY HOARD OF , ELMER V. M1LI.IGAN Died On February 13th at" hit homo jn Muscogee, Okla., Elmer V. Mllllgan, who was reared in Ohio county, going to Oklahoma about 27 years ago where he has since re- -. sided. He was sick only a short tluio, of influenza, which developed into pneumonia, which caused his death. Mr. Mllllgan leaves a wife and threo daughters, and one sister, Mrs. H. U. Moore, of Owensboro. His funeral was held in Muscogee, nt the 0. P. Church, being conducted' by tho Odd Fellows Lodgti, of which he was a. faithful member. EDUCATION MEETS The Ohio County Borfrd of Education met hero Saturday, with Superintendent E, S. Howard and tho following members present: R. A. Owen, II. C. Lake, C. R. Renfrow and Otis Stevons. Besides the election of a number of trustee and qulto a. lot of othor business trans acted the Boord elected Claud R. Kouirow 01 uunuco, secretary iur ' tho presont year. entire day with attacks on the- - treaty and on the recent utterances of Presldont Wilson. Countering the efforts of the Dem ocratic reservatlonlsts, Senator Hitch cock, qf Nebraska, the administration leiuler.'spent a busy day In conference with lils colleagues, seeking to holo! enough 'in line to balk tho ac- - -- v i SRIZEBUHD HAVEN m ELSlile REFUGEE ROYALTY soveral friends. Judge Evans opened his first court at ,11 o'clock March G, 1S99, and promptly at tho same hour yesterday London, March G. These are somo tBy Patrick Devltto. ascended tho bench, Instead of his CtcfTu, "Full. Switzerland, the usual hour of 9 o'clock. Pleasant- - of the conditions of social life in GOO laasgatoiinil of Europe, has, become surprises awaited him in the way of years' tlmo predicted by Dr. A. M. n Low, a London consulting saw. tim nrfiflsflco the refuge of tlowers and congratulations. motor- ffaji3iifts.hr)lonBlnB to tho beaten Cen-iZrW. V. Gregory, United States dis- engineer, who invented a 3"oK.ers. H Is known now that trict attorney, told tho Judge he had scooter anil has invented an appara aiiiBaoFr.nlj'-aao.Hs-nwhether tho no motions for the day. "But I want tus for seeing slmplo objects by wiro: Delightful underground avenues. should tako refuge In to congratulate our young Judge on Roofed-i- n city parks. coming of age," ho said, and to ex r Switzerland, while tho Drawing-room- s traveling 100 Trince, who spent many wln-b- sr press my nope tnai mere may ue miles nn hour on roads as smooth ns etare tho war at St. Morltz for many happy .returns of this date." Judge Evans was appointed by a billiard ball. fta spans, greatly favored the latter "Tho happy peoplo In those days," wiBy, .luit was overruled. President McKInley. Ho said he had of Davaria, who cele- - missed only three days from court he said, "will look back upon our con H& birthday a'Jjurjng 1,15 tem of office and that was ditions todny with Just such feelings Rxaferil Ills seventy-fift- h When you need repairs for your of amused pity as wo show for tho wrafic siso, with all tho members of because of personal Illness. N state of the savages ot prehistoric 3ifo Sarally nt Locarno, crossed tho I H C Farm Equipment, buy the tSisR Srontlnr a Tew days after tho Surgeons agree that In cases of times. "Humanity, having continued t.i genuine repairs. See that the astriMRiee "had been signed, and has cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the awift. TsUimed lo Germany since. Ho first treatment Is most Important. develop tho "coddling process of civi trade-mar- k appears on each piece. asmsiJBniost of his time reading books When an efficient antiseptic Is ap-- j lization, which has so far had the of- Q.5 t nr .and motoring around tho piled promptly, there Is no danger of feet of making It necessary to wear iif&i ItotwXMsl'iriko or Lugano. It Is stat-j- I Infection and the wound begins to clothes, live In warm houses, and to Jffent lie is snf forlng from hered- heal at once. . For use on man or seek all sorts 'of enervating luxuries Genuine I C repairs are ' made from the original itary. insihilcy which always existed beast. Borozono is the ideal antiseptic and comforts, will have reached so all others are copied from copies. Genuine I H patterns sfottaueSanilly and In any case he Is and healing agent. Bfffy It now and delicate a physical condition that peostlvaxi accompanied by. a Munich bo ready for nn emergency. Prlco ple will not be able to stand exposure repairs are. made of the same material, have the same finish, trnmian expert. 25c, GOc, $1.00 and $1.50, Sold by to tho common elements ot Nature, fit as accurately, and wear just as long as similar parts purJIBs. znephew, Prince Itupprecht, of Ohio County Drug Company. m such as wind, cold, rain, snow, excessive heat. Tna"kcs frequent visits to Brrcurin, M. chased with the original implement or machine. f Underground Streets Seen. , IEuwkh trareUns incognito. SHIPPING IIOAIII) AGENT "They will tend to live underHELDON GHAKT CHANGE Vaxm-ci- l .Allied Invasion. ground. There will be underground TheJSranrl Duchess of Mecklenburg New York,' March C. William J. streets, through which all traffic will Srirn'srin, who has spent most of her Love, purchasing agent of the North proceed. Hoads will be absolutely ftm jiaix ttie war In Geneva, recensmooth and not rough-hew- n and tly ttaAX ub that during tho last five Atlantic division of the United States Shipping Board, was arrested today bumpy as they are today. is one certain and infallible way to secure genuine jjniars she had received few letters "When a man sets out for busion a charge of having sold to himself tens. 3jct daughter, tho I C repairs buy them from us. And remember that the ness he will not proceed, as he docs STmoKEs ol Germany, and attributed valuablo steamer rugs which board had taken off German ship3 now, by tramway car or train; he t&dt to the influence of tho thts International service, rendered by us, can only be 1 00 Love, will pass along delightful avenues unwhom the Grand Duche33 seized by the government. cent right when International machines are equipped with acfeaawledged, smiling, that she never who also Is secretary of the firm of derneath the surface of tho earth. "Motor cars and all motor vehlW. J. Love and Company, Inc., ship wam persona grata, nor with her genuine International repairs. will proceed by wireless power ol whom she has a poor opin-Xa- a, chandlers, of this city, was held Ingles not by the crude method of using ' $2,500 ball after waiving preliminary and tax denies the rumor that her petrol. Sold By LUTHER CHINN, tfausfttar intends seeking a divorce. examination before United States "Motor cars will he fitted up like Commissioner Hitchcock. Beaver Dam, Ky. T?w mnd Duchess further told me I 3Q t According. to the complaint filed by luxuriously appointed drawing rooms, t&jtt she considered the allies made and will be driven (by'wlreloss) at a u. rnfesafce in not entering Germany the Shipping Board's department of rate of 100 miles an hour. Wireless ' ailn-- the war and dividing tho coun- - investigation, Love obtained 214 rugs confed-ers- rt worth at least $f0 each for $3 a telephones will be installed, as well ta3r Sao its original form of piece by representing that he had sold as every kind of appointment making states. for luxury and comfort. Many people ;t .Asaxeneral rule tho Swiss govern-m8.- them to George C. Golart. It Is al- will own these cars. no one would withhold from htm. the Shipping Board and of the Emer- 11I.OOI) TKANSKUSION Its royal guests, in leged that the rugs later were found Informs "People will live in a condition of IDEA a--0 YEAItS Ol.U lrnlamiiH: language, that any politi- In storerooms of the Lpve Company splendid physical Isolation. Tele- But neither his training, his prac- gency Fleet Corporation, and as n tice at the bar, his political activi- member ot tho American Mission to cal! BTtfjsasanaa on Swiss soil woujd in Maiden Lane. your the that Inso far ns the public aat Tic tolerated, but this rule has Has Hail Stomachm Trouble For Seven vision friendlsover aability to seemany ties, nor,his private studies haveIs giv- tho InteralliedIn Shipping Conference Sometimes nowadays doctors tap an absent distance of brought him formed, touch with national artery Sipa2nerjn6ntlyflagrantly broken by of a sound, healthy person nnd miles and wireless telephony, which en him any special qualification for and International affairs Years. PhiladelToyal refugees, Tlno and xha lot some of his blood flow Intoho. clr- will enable you to talk to him (or the office of Secretary of Stater phia Press. Theodore Sanford, of Fenmore, .Srrjaba f Greece, who still hope to her) In comfort, will lead to this where he will be, lit title nt least, In dilatory system of a patlont suffering . rntoira to Jhe throne of Athens. In Mich., has had stomach trouble for condition. charge of tho foreign relations or Tako Herblne for .indigestion. It from, loss ot blood, or somo wasting.' present Greek minister at seven years and could not eat vegeta :acr.tSij ISelio of Barbarism. New York. relieves tho pain in a fow iuinutos and devitalizing disease and thus save or the United States." bles or fruit without pain in tho ."Bocie. M. Alexandrl, publicly "There will be less desire In thoso Times. forces tho fermented matter which at least prolong tho sufferers life Swiss press of bejng stomach and restless nights. By takin tho days for close physical communion. causes tho misery Into the bowels ;SiiK itnstlgators jind accomplices of ing Chamberlain's Tablets he Is now Probably most peoplo would say that to eat oi fruit with- That desire Is a relic of barbarism. "President Wilson has taken the whero it is expelled. Price COc. Sold tha recent plot to assassinate M. Venl- - able causing vegetablessleeplessness. If "Savages will not touch' a telephono If there Is any now thing under tho pain or out country by surprise In selecting Bala ly Ohio County Drug Co. n jtaTM. Tie couple spend most ot for they prefer to travel to tho pressun this idea of transfusing blocd tfanar Mine motoring, and were tho troubled with Indigestion or consti- ence of the one they wish to speak bridge ' Colby as his new Secretary of must be It. This guess, however, l pation give these tablets a trial. They State. Our foreign relations Just A HOY OK METHOD. qaF riraie persons In Switzerland are certain to prove beneficial. Incorrect; witness tho following ev m to. Many people still are not con- now aro exceedingly complicated. war permitted to run a 4lKn; the tent to talk to their friend over tho Probably they are more, tangled and corpt, dated Nov. 14, 1CG6, from a It was tho week before llttlo Wilcaii jwrh to tho indlgnntlou of the telephone, merely because thry like Intricate than they have lcon at any lie's birthday and ho wns on his knoes diary kept by Saniuol Pepys, nn EngSanies, Tose cars we're comniandeer-oaAfe- y NECK HHOKEN DID NOT see and touch him. to lish author nnd .scholar of no mean But other period In ou history. KNOW OF IT FOIt WEEKS tlie military authorities. 'That relic of tho barbaric age will so far as Is known, Mr. Colby has nt his bodfelde petitioning Divine attainments: Providence for presonts in a very i.yj"il Kiimlly Ssels-- Safety. probably disappear In the next GOO given no special study to questions "To the Popo's bond, where nil th loud voice. Lafayette, Ind., March G. Larson years. 'Aitttxin-Hungar- y has also sent Its Houblons wero, and Dr. Croone. Ho training' of world politics and has-na farmer, of Clarkshlll, "Please send mo," ha shoutod, "a Stlngley, 23, rt ooaOBjsiint o"f loyal refugees to "There will still be the wealthy told me that, nt tho meeting nt Gresh-atoday Is a prisoner in a brace which classes, and other classes less well off of special aptitude in that field. Yet bicycle, a tool chost, n " c. on the breaking up of the collogo tonight, thero wns a pretaro you nrajlnc so loud and chest while he financially. That will mean that then the President is entitled to liberty of "What iicuoropanlod by llritish officers confhies his head ugu.it for?" his younger brother Interrupt ty experiment of tho blood of ono dog an experiment for the will still bo servants In the houso to action in naming the chief undergoes let out, till ho died, into tho body ot Ik :i sipaelnl train, which left Vienna mending of a broken vertebrae through whom foreign affairs are tu Karl and But bo conducted. Mr. Wilson has been, cd, "God ain't deaf." do the necessary housework m4Ux. another on ono sldo, while all his own "I know ho ain't," said little WilStlngley was injured in a runaway that will not interfere with tho con'.Ha wltth their family, for all practical purposes, his own lie, winking toward the next room, run out on the other sldo. Tho first for and November, of splendid physical isolation, in great danger In accident last dition v:2mm IKbs were Secretary of State. He has shaped ibut grandma Is." London Opinion. died upon the placo, nnd tho other about as usual unahe very well, and likely, to do well. ate wjiUiil, were rushed across tho weeks that went neck was broken, al- because these servants will not bo mm and executed his own foreign policy. his ware associates. SwIm Iruntler nearly a year ago, and though one arm and hand had been "This did glvo occasion to mnnv recently explained lu tho THICK ICE ON LAKES Anil, as ho SisOTttaijjCB been residing at the beau"This vision Is not an extravagant Lansing correspondence, pretty wishes, as of blood of a Qua tho chief Ho or accident. paralyzed since the SMOTIIinciNG 1TSIC ker to bo It Is the di- qualification ho seoks In a Secretary wild set of theories. tiful historic chateau at Pranglns, An...n iimA frw frnntmnnt nml nn let Into an archbishop, and rection in which scientific dlscoveros Is a mind which will 'willingly Tho chateau was such Uko; but, as Dr. Croone says, 3arBBUova. go ,, v Lakevlew, Mich., March 0. John may, and experiment tend. It Is no more property of Prince Jerome Picture suoweu w.ui a If it takes, bo of mighty use to a rlbued his and no less 'wild' to us than our pres- along' with his own. It is entirely J. Ale says fish In the small lakes of Swrw-wh- at a freakish trick fractured. Physicians through ent social conditions would havo ap- within his providence to choose an tho etato nro dying by wholesale as man's health, for tho mending of fact that tlmeland now belongs to ability to live to the agent and counselor who seems tox B jcsuIrof the ,ons nnd coia wlntor bad blood by borrowing from a bet"ome freak tho. spinal cord had not peared to our forefathers generations ter body." lw. Siiton Clarko. of New York. .. of . . nun 10 measure up 10 mui siaiiuuru. T, , ago. Kuud spends most of the day shoot- - ueen sovereu. New York Tribune. thickness and is smothering tho fish. In an effort to . restoro him to nor- 'Many scientific men have como 2dk rfchlng and boating, and Zlta has 1, u On Lako, whero ice Is an discoveries and InitA lo with tho welfare of her- tempted. unusual operation was taken face to face with are only separated "The nation Is startled by Mr, two York thick, holes aro'bolng nearly feet A piece of bono FOR FLETCHER'S cut to ventions which MIdnn I mut the couple, dressBalnbrldge glvo tho f Jsll aJr - -- nnAn,,riRt. in- thn flower. ' from his leg and grafted In the frac- - from actual realization by a simple Wilson's appointment of . w wv. J w. ."- The cast was placed I'ttle difficulty which will certainly be Colby as secretary ot siaia ni mis XHwXjea. n few days ago on a shopping tured bone. juncturo of our crucial international Thoy were about him and he will havo(to re- overcome In time," WMianHu 1rum Pranglns. affairs; the Democratic party Is in tho ono position about six and Karl waH loaded main umiwiir) mishocked, humiliated, that among all months before it can bo determine vrth parcels, but nobody took any tho tried and true Democrats of tho ' tho operation Is a success. whether we tip-to- p country there wa3 none to fill this FOR FLETCHER'S TOm Graml Duchess Adolald, ot office in tho gift of the Presifirst ' TKAINE1) XuoMiemrg, after her enforced abdl-wtt- v WEIGHED (HI8, Chesterfield 4--t dent." New York Sun. DOWN TO A MEHE 110 too was considered jib EDITOUIAL COMMENT. ' Hmoiophlto by hor peoplo has "Presldont Wilson gave tho coun"The appointment of Balnbrldge "VES, and that's the way Atlantic City, N., Y., March 6. featac Maying In retirement at try a general surprise yestorday by Colby to succeed Mr. Lansing In tho Chesterfields always arrive receiving few visitors and rare- Emory Tutman used to bo a fat man; fn fact, he was so fat that when ne office of Secretary of State was- be- naming Balnbrldgo Colby, of New ly twulirc hor villa. crisp, fresh and in prime shape York, to bo his Secretary of State. difficulty With the yond doubt a surprlso to everybody Ik wtuild tako much space to glvo got into a little for smoking. It's the extra wrap- -' law In New YQrk It was Impossible to In tho country except the Presldont, That position has been filled In the fA"amij of tho numerous German, big enough to nccommo- who mado It. The rensons for choos- - past by mon who had weight and AmMcKUui and Hungarian ministers find a cell per of moisttu-c-proo- f . Pnlhv nnil tlm nnnllflrntlohfi ......,. paper that Mi-in the country before their l' vr- t- in ttielr time had played lta-- ! hfgn apnolntntent or lr. a fow instances by does it. Your Chesterfields never the very 4iii nnuiwls. which is trlfllne com-- 1 of tho appointee XitKXaat parts In European politics his former figure ot C68. t office ho Is called upon to un aro line men whoso experience and success become too moist or too dry. ami who aro now wlsoly "resting" pared withsays the secret ot reduction wlso .exclusively within tho knowl In tho Stato Department or in dipEmory rla Switzerland. Louisville Herald. Is simple. He attained his present edge ot tho President. It Is not that lomacy seemed to glvo thoni special sovere proportions by means of a fow Mr. Colby himself Is unknown. Ha fitness for tho position. President nppolnteo, Mr. Brymonths' work In a Turkish bath and Is a nleniber of tho New York Bar, Wilson's original an, is a man of tho first typo ami FOR FLETCHER'S Is willing to bet ho will bo down to .ho has been professionally concernI 400 by July 1. Physicians say that ed with ninny actions and inquiries Mr. Lansing of tho second, but Mr. tho loss of 228 pounds since last fall that havo brought hi in conspicuous Colby cannot bo classed with either. SattlXS AND fltAl-has not affected Tutman's health In ly to the public uotlco, ho has taken Ho has never loomed up as a natlonn"! SHAKE IN HONOltS tliu least. part in politics, whero ho has gain- - "harnctor at nil. He will come to ed distinction chiefly by his entire In the Stato Department a mere novice, 4 L&ulsvlllo Herald Iowa was 'tho first state to olcot dependence of parties and leaders. In with tho, duties and respotiblblllttes JfBflgo Walter Evans was the ro- - ( womon ns county superintendents of tho way of reforms he has done good of that position" yet to loam. Only activity as member of public service, tho credit for whicn his war-tim- e of many graceful tributes yoc- - schools. Republic Is Goal Of "birthday" party at Judge Craft's homo last night In company with xCeritral Power's Dethroned torday from friends, who felicitated hi in on .tho completion of his twenty-fir- st year on tho federal bench. Tho day also was tho seventieth birthday of Judge J. A. Craft, United States commissioner under Judge Evl ns, and the two cronies enjoyed a double I i IMII. -- TJ III LIFE AS VIEWED A FEW YEARS HENCE 1 Travel Underground, Parks Roofed And Smooth Roads Predicted Who Wants an Imitation? you call on your local merchant and ask him for WOULD sugar, or raisins, or coffee? Would you ask n,v u, ohnvj mnriR or sometninc iusi as Q f o0 ,, a man, gooa as learner .J ur a suic f clotl les ma whether or not it fits you ? well-know- ai p Hol-aa.7- Get the Genuine International Repairs tts-KI- m H C -- We are the Authorized There H I H C Dealers per son-sa-iin- r,. fV 4 t T accus-etSJeke- m 'f , o Swit-fffwn- m em-ytaf- to "" ,- f Mby BM ,,,, u,-1- Ohiltiren Cry CASTO R "A - 1 "? Children Cry CASTO R i "Here ate, in shape" Mou-tum- '! V ,; Oliildren Cry OA3TO R A M 1 iiljii RIGID ECONOMY URGED NEED DY OR. FESS Gives Figures Proving Higher Estimates of Depts. For Current Year. - ( px "Washington, Mnrcli S. Hocauso most of tho 12,000,000 women wage workers of tho United States nro paid less than a living wngo, lloproscntn-tlv- o Philip I'. Campbell, of Kansas, chairman of the House Commlttoc on Utiles, hns Introduced a hill providing for tho pormancnt establishment of tho Womon's Bureau In the Departmant of Labor. Millions of women rccclvo lev) pay than men receive for work of the snnio or corresponding skill Some of them rccclvo for skilled work less than men rccclvo for unskilled work. Millions of women work long hours In shops that nro unsanitary and unsafe. These facts have also impcled Campbell to put forward his measure ns a remedy. Campbell. is of the opinion that tho bureau should bo broadened in scopo so as to accomplish the follow- cqunl pay for work of tho samo or corresponding skill with work that j Is dono by men. In Indiana, whorofow laws exist for tho protection of women n It has mndo a special survey of the occupations in which women nro employed, and hns advised tho Stato authorities ns to needed legislation. In Now York, Minnesota. Iowa, Connecticut and Rhodo Island, assistance and ndvico hns been giv en In the formulntlon of n legislative program. At the request of tho Stato authorities in Vlrglnln, a survey is now being made of tho conditions under which women nro working in that State, with a view towrfrd furnishing facts on which to bnso n program for legislation to improve conditions. It has mado an Investigation of the candy making 'Industry In Philadelphia, nnd recommended moans of tho workers conditions. It has studied tho conditions under which homo work was being dono for factories in oifo city In Connecticut and has presented tho facts disclosed by this stufly to tho manufacturers concerned, and to tho pcoplo of the State, who hnvo undertaken to go further IntOthe matter nnd develop a program to remedy conditions. bet-torin- g- ABSENCE OF TREATY FOUND BOTHERSOME U. S. And German Diplo: y. o op. "mats At London Placed In Singular Position London, March C, Tho United States still being nt war technical' with Oermnny, diplomatic circles aro somewhat concerned lest by somo slip-uJohn W. Davis, American Ambassador, and Dr. Meyer Slimmer, Gorman Charge d'Af fairs, 'should bo forcedJ.o "resume relations" at somo social function before that course Is nrnnnrlv In nrilnr. Asked how he viewed his position Ambassndor Davis said: "Well, I scarcely know what my country men wnnt mo to do. Perhaps somo expect me to hurl n dornlck somo dark night thru Dr. Sthamer's window. Or, perhaps, tho armistice rules out violence." '"What will you do," tho ambassador was asked, "If you should meet Dr. Sthamer by accident nt somo social function?" "That's a hypothetical question on a hypothetical Issue," Davis replied. I hardly think tho German repre sentative will be so popular at fir-i- t in London that we'll bo meeting al ofncinl dinners." "But," persisted Iho questioner, 'It you do meet, then what?'J "Well, in that case I suppose each of us will bo kept coralled In a separate room by our respectlvo bodyp, Now All Yois Good Fellows: Come Fill Up Your Pipes "V ' u h ing results: Formulnt,o standards for tho em ploymcnt of women in industry. Thcso standards wero adopted and enforced by tho War Labor Policies Hoard during the war, and havo been accepted ns tho goal of all organizag tions Interested In the of women workers. Study nnd charter the labor laws affecting women in nil tho States, ns a basis for a uniform, correlated policy of legislation and enfoccmont. Make a survey of tho hazardous chemical industries at Niagara Fulls, and recommend measures for controlling or removing such hazards for women and also for men. Prepare for circulation and use throughout the country for educational purposes sots of exhibits, charts and stercoptlcon slides, contracting desirable with undesirable conditions. Study tho machine Industries with reference to tho opportunities for employment of women. Study the working conditions of negro women. Study, the worlngk conditions 'if women employed by tho government In arsenals and navy yards throughout the country. Study tho employment of women b transportation companies In several cities to discover what adjustments are being mado to permit the employ ment of women, nt the same time insuring thnt they shall not work un-(lpoor conditions 'and during such as might endanger their well-beincr well-being. v "Why Colds - c K AbHfifikl' &S2abbbbbbbbbBH Arc. Dangerous. You arc often told to "beware of a cold," but why? Wo will tell you: Every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality nnd paves tho way for the more serious diseases. Peo-pl- o who contract pneumonia first take cold. The longer a cold hangs on especially tho greater tho danger, from the germ diseases, as a cold prepares tho system for the reception nnd development of the germs of consumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever nnd whooping cough. Tho quicker you get rid of your cold, tho less tho danger of contracting one of these diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy hns a great reputatfon as a cure for colds and can bo depended upon. m It Is pleasant to take. The Velvet tin is twice as big as shown here guards." o . Herblno cures constlpntlon and reestablishes regular bowel movement? Prico COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m I V v F ever men are "Tom" and "Bill" to each other?, it's when good pipes are If ever goocL pipes go their best, 'tis when Velvet's in tha a-goi- ng. bowl. s x ' ' AD.MIXISTHATOIt'S NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estato of the late T. E. Hunley, aro hereby notlfied'to present same to mo, properly proven, on or before May 1st, 1920, or they will be forever HOOSEVELTS I) run cioxci to ciiuhch 1UUSONS For Velvet is av mighty friendly smoke.., Kentucky Burley vis the leaf that Nature made: for pipes. "Wholesome and hearty, honest ass the day. And Velvet is that same good Burley- leafj; - 7 Study the opportunities open to women In the government service through civil service appointment nnd recommended that tho great discrimination dgalnst women which was fpund to bo tho practice should be abolished. Conduct an' educationnl campaign for equal opportunity in Industry, for freedom of choices of occupation, and Good Health Life's Greatest Blessing Happiness mill Success Within Easy Itcuch of Itcdl Wooded Men And Women Anemic Condition Unnecessary l'eplo-Mimga- n In this mutual world, a community, a community where I en have abandoned and scoffed at or ignored their "religious needs, is n community on tho rapid down grade 2. Church work and church attendance mean tho cultivation of tlu ha'blt of feeling somo responsibility for others. 3. There aro enough holidays for Sundays differ from most of us. other holidays In the fact that there of them every year nro ffty-tw- o therefore on Sundays go to churci 4. Yes, I know all tho excuses. I know that one can worshp the Creator In a grove of trees, or by a running brook, or In a man's own house Just as well as In a church. Hut I also know as a matter of cold fact the average man does not thus worship 5. Ho mny not hear a good serHe will hear a sermon nt church. mon by n good man who, with his good wife, Is engaged nil tho week In making hard lives a llttlo easier. G. Ho will listen to and take part In reading somo beautiful passages from the Bible. And If ho is no. familiar with tho Bible, ho .has suffered a loss. 1.' He will tako part in singing some good hymns. S. He will meet and nod or speak Ho will to good, quiet neighbors. come away feeling a llttlo moro charitably toward all tho world, even towards those excessively foolish young as a men who regard church-goin- g soft performance. 9. I advocate a man's Joining In church work for the sake of showing his faith by his works. Tho Gideon 1. barred. This March 5, 1920. N. G. HUNLEY, Adm'r. 36t3p T. E. Hunley, deceased, SI i brought to mellow middle age. For eight long seasons Velvet "meditates" in wooden' hogsheads', throwing off the rawness "young" tobacco truly "ageing in the wood." Out Velvet comes cool, calm and generous the tobacco? Nature made good, kept good and made better. FIFTH 1'AIIt OF TWIN'S IN TEX YEAItS KOIt CITY JUDGE Jersey City, N. J., March C Judgo Doherty, of the Court of Common Pleas In Jersey City, was just leaving the .bench for his home when a flustered young man whispered something In his ear.' "My! Thanks' Fine!" said the Judgo, smilingly. "That's the fifth time, you know," he said ns ho smart ed off with the young man. Word was soon spread nbout tho counrhouso that Mrs. Doherty had given birth to twins, tho fifth pair in their married llfo( of ten years. Two of tho twins died, but tho others are alive. The llttlo strangers are a boy and a girl. - 1 I I f IxpsX THE NATIONAL WEALTH . What Is the national wealth of tho country today? Ans. It Is estimated at more than $200,000,000,000: this may be too high now. In 1S50 country's wealth was placed at;a little over $7,000,000,000, or nbout of what It Is today. Wlfey You have not said a word about the bird on my now hat. Hubby I havo not seen tho bill yet. Cartoons Magazine. ' SJ. TOTAL CASUALTIES Velvet's sweetness is the sweetness of good TdDacco, nbt "put on" like "frosting" on a cake. Its mildness comes from natural ageing, not from having; the life baked out Its fragrance is true tobacco not a perfume. Arid Velvet makes tin A'Number One cigarette. Roll one. x fra-'-gran-ce, . ' - ' 4 As good old Velvet Joe says: 'Fill yo' heart with friendly thoughts,. Yo'' mouth with friendly smoke An' let the old world wag." 4 V Makes Ilich, lied Illoojl Builds Up Pale, Thin Anemic Men and Women Gbod health is tho most important asset of llfo. Without a vigorous, strong body and a keen, clear mind, true happiness and enjoyment are Impossible. And, yot bo many women, and men too, whoso misfortune It Is to bo pale, thin and nnomic, hopelessly accept this condition in tho belief that robust health and real happiness are not for them. of men and women Thousands havo been restored to vigorous health and lasting happiness by'Gude's This beneficial blood tonic contains tho very .properties so vitally needed to Improve the If taken for blood. a few weeks, will enrich the blood and create thousands of the tiny, rod blood colls" that nro so necessary to carry nourishment and strength to l ovory part of tho body. Is safe, benoflclal, n nnd pleasant to tho tasto, For convenience- it 1b prepared in liquid and tablot form, both possessing exactly tin samo medicinal properties. Bo sure to ask your druggist for "Gudp's" when you order "Gudo's" Is tho gonulno Look for tho name "Gudo's" on tho package. Adv. Pepto-Mangan, Pepto-MangaFepto-Mai.-gan. Pepto-Mangan. Catarrhal Deufnesa la caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed, Deafnesa la the result. Unlesa the Inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, ticarlnp will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Druggists, J6c. V. J. CHEN"- - i CO.. TnlMo. O. Tho latest report on total casultlcs to date; Killed in action, including Catarrhal Deafness dannot Be Cured 382 nt soa, 34.S37- - died of wounds, by local application, they cannot reach 13,959; died of disease, 23,738; died the diseased portion of the ear. There la only one- - way to cure catarrhal deafness, from accident and other causes, and that la by a conitltutlonal remedy. m V " .f " ?" QKiffjOZfrMuJL47ZvL0::i 1. China has only ono hlBpItal for the Insane among 400,000,000 people. mm --the friendly tobacco V. ed NOTICE V duit NATIONAL DEBT. How does our national debt compare with that of Great Britain and U. S. national debt Franco? Ans. Is something like $26,000,000,000, or about $235 per capita. Great Brltain'9 dobt is nearly $38,000,000,000 nnd 35, 000, 000, 000. that of Franco Great Britain's, debt .per capita is about $1,000 and France's nearly $900. m y.. A Timely Suggestion Tho next time you havo a cough Cough or cok) try Chamberlain's Hoinedy. It Is pleasant to take and you aro suro to bo pleased with tho rellef'whlch it affords. This remedy has a wide reputation for Its cures of coughs and colds. m tho Dutch Government, which was ty of nations, tho note declares In London this morning, land. Is fully conscious of the duties states that precautions have been tho presence of the former Emperor "taken on'tho spot," places on the Netherlands GOvern- Whllo Doom is not mentioned fn ment with regard to the country's the text of the note i,t is understood own interests, as well as interna-thin conversations with allied dip-- ! tlonal security, Let us send you the Dally Courier-Journ- lomats here the Dutch authorities and Republican, both oho have assured them that close guard- GIHL SNAKE CATCIIEK year for$D,50. ing and censorship will be Instituted HEAPING 1UC1I PROFIT when Wilhelm occupies his estate at DUTCH WILL HOLD that pldce. Paris, Kj March 4. Annie Law-- J AVILHELM IN BONDS The Dutch Government, while np son, 17, of Jackson, Breathitt Coun ts predating tho motives actuating tho ty, who is visiting relatives In Paris, The Hague, March, C Tho Dutch Allies declares its inability to change has tho most peculiar money-makin- g Government today, for the second its previous decisions. occupation on record. On the hills (line, rofused to deliver tho former It says It Is not forgetful of the in- - ' surrounding Jackson, rattlesnakes, Emperor to tho Allies for trial human acts committed during tho vipers and racers abound. Her youth-wIn a note addressod to David Lloyd .but slnco Holland is not a party ful play mado her familiar with the George, British Premier, however, to the Versailles Treaty, the Queen'j habits and haunts of the rontiles, and the Government promised to take all Government findsjtself in a different now she Is considered the most exnecessary- measures to minimize the position from otherNowers wltlr snake catcher in Breathitt Coun-gar- d liberty of Wtlhelm and prevent him to- - these acts. ty. Las', tqmmer sho made a big Jrom endangering tho world's peace Protesting that this attitude doe? catch of raltlesnald. and sold them Tho second communication from not put Holland outside the communi- - 'at a bands'iina profit to an Eastern at al -- All persons having claims against the estate of Nettor Faught, deceased, will please present samo to mo properly proven, on or beforo May 1, , 1920. FHED" FAUGHT, Admr. 35t3 A Olaton, Ky. dealer. She Iris a contract the coming spring aniLBUuimssrt prist--- . nlsh snakes, nt a carnival show. Her last catch netted her about $509- - Skro- m Asfc for FIVE MILLION PEOPLE USED IT LAST YEAR "HILL'S 'mpP HULL'S tW k,. tfifi&k ' CASCARA&PM bjjom.de. Standard cold remedy for TJ yesffrr a,v, smr. in UDJt larro breaLs up a coU. :n f& - as svrar. i uours- - relieves Tt onev Pack X futit. il.n'Q Cenulne tos SU ar ro-p- ert , t mm mio jlc'tirc.All Dras SSfcaczi At 9 ( The Hartford Republican jiAinroKi) printing company Incorporated . I'll bl Mied Weekly by members of tho County Committee and it forms the beginning of tho continuous span that has no end this side of tho National Committee. So wo would urge you to sco to it, that foundation Corners n,ro bulldcd aright. STRAY STREAKS (By Flttko McFjuko.) Wo had to pull some of this stuff Soothing Syrup and a Castorla, We arc in receipt of a rather salty communication, with a request for Its ad and If It has a warmed-ove- r tasto publication, from Mrs. J. C. LaynJ, don't blame me. Entered according, to law at the presumably of Frankfort, with refer Tostofflce, Hnrtforrt, Ky., ns unit ence to tho rejection of the proposed' Wq doubt if there is a R. R. on matter of the second class. Evening School Bill, by tho lower tho continent on which trains nro run of the General Assembly. Wlthat carry better whistles than theso to house Address all communications confess that we do not know very two of ours, on the M. H, & E. The Hartford Republican. much about the merits of tho bill proposed, having had no opportunity We chronicled some remarks about NOTICE subscribers to study the measure, only hearing It I. D. Claire week before last and Subscribers desiring the paper sent read one tlmo by a lady who was , hethor thn, a s,,,rlt of rcsentment or to a new address must give the old here some tlmo ago for tho purposo otherwise, he catuo across with a address in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c of eliciting support, or rather for tho "wad" of beads nicely strung the per line, and 8c per lino for each ad- purpose of having citizens of this next. PLYMOUTH ROCKS ditional insertion. place bring pressure to bear upon BARRED LAY AND WEIGH Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards or Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for our Representative in behalf of tho A Rial saya seeing as how John With eighteen years experience nnd The same individuality of style and fit which is each head lino and slgnautre, money act. We did, however, gain a de- King Is agent for some sort of monuconstant attention to size, shape, colIn advance. cided impression from hearing tho ment works, It sought for in the highest priced Custom Made Garwould bo a mighty or and egg production, I feel warChurch Notices for services free, bill read, that there were entirely too good time for John to go hence, as but other advertisements, lc per many, quite high ments, is found in our suits at .$26.50 to .$48.50 and ranted in claiming a standard Barred salaried offices and ho would, maybe, save word. tho agents dis- Plymouth Rock yard, nnd to improvo . Anonymous communications will positions created by the bill. The count on a slab coats at $18.50 to $35.00. marking the spot my flock, 1 havo Just received ono of receive no attention! act would have created a special de- where he laid down. Holterman's "Aristocrats," from his partment for evening, or what is A rich line of the latest materials in all the favyard at Fort Wayne, lnd for which more commonly designated as. moon TELEPHONES Somebody said Roll Riley stayed I paid $lfi.00. This bird Is mated to 59 light schools. The Superintendent ored weaves and shades is shown. Farmers Mutual 123 Cumberland or head of the Commission, as well sick as long as Mrs. Riley would per- 12 selected lions and will produco as all assistants, numbering several, mit him to hit that bit of reserve ho some wonderful results. Eggs from Our suits are made by one of the foremost manstored up before Doc, his this mating, $2.00 for 15 eggs. CTUDAY MARCH 12 asour memory goes, of colirse were brother, says Rqll had nothing much I also have 40 hens nnd 4 cockerelr ufacturers in America employing highly paid deto have drawn very nice salaries to gether with necessary expenses, which tho matter with him for several days of my own breeding, selected nnd signers and a staff of the most efficient cutters and Tho would-b- e rulers in Russia say was perfectly proper. Wo rather and he, Roll, lays it to Doc about mated to produce splendid results. finishers. Mrs. Riley cutting him off of thut Eggs from this mntlng, $1.25 for 15 that the work clause must be tack think that at least one-ha- lf or more, ed on everybody. Presuming that of tho appropriation asked for would private stock stuff. He would havo eggs. $5.00 .for 100 eggs. Orders they have their choice of, work or have been consumed by special com- probably been sick another month will be filled In tho order they nro reThe result is that perfect correctness of outline 'light, we 'expect to hear of a lot of missioners and assistants and com but he saw it was no use and ho got ceived and eggs shipped when deslr-- . and styles, assurance of which is so essential to the ed. fighting with one Emm Goldman in paratively little of the funds jet aside up and out. Book your orders now nnd ba woman who is careful of her dress. x thick of the fray. the for the new department would hae 35-- f Battle Nail got his back in a kink ready for early hatching. filtered out to the individual Illiter JOHN B. WILSON, Hnrtford. Those Professors and Scientists ate's benefit. We are strong for tho a few days ago, and boosted tho Ve present for your choice a good range of the who are talking about shooting proposition of stamping out illiteracy, checker and high, low, Jlck, Jack and best modes with the richest and most effective trimsomething nt the moon ought first but see no reason why the duty of the game crowd out of his pressing OBITUARY. edict to try their luck on the price of food handling the whole business can't be Joint. SInco the stay-omings. The coats come in such a variety of short and clothing. If their gun will car- placed In our regular department emenated from his majesty, the Softly, like the falling of a fleecy and medium lengths that you will find it easy to segang looks like a bunch snowflake, or the wafting to earth ry that high we wlU admit of a of Education, make it the duty of cure, just what you want. chance to hit the 'man in the moon. those now In charge of educational of busted youths at a country picnic of a downy feather, came tho Angel of the Lord, to earth shortly after midor iu aiiairs to conuuci me scnooia, Wo are mighty glad to see Jt warm night on February 21 and carried Just a few days like this, on which see to their conduct, which would A PERFECT FIT ASSURED. 'this is being written, and that wife bring but little added work, because nip once more. During the past cold back to the Realm!) of Glory the soul out home will use nothing but gar- of the fact that the whole field must spell my wife has been making a of one of God's chosen. N den language; thus will my days be be covered, regularly gone over from brooder out of me for a gang of 40 Ronda Sandefur, second son of lull of trials, tribulations, and blister- time to time, by our present Educa- young chickens. I havo not been Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sandefur, was ed bands and a grouchy feeling, to tional directors and the establishment able to sleep at night, fearing I might born at Beaver Dam, Kentucky, Octosay nothing of the dread of What I of this special division would entail, turn over and sm'other some of the ber 13, 1000, and departed from this am always to do on the next day. uselessly, as we view the matter, an little darlings, (?) besides I have got world for tho Great Beyond, February just about enough of sthls mother- - 21, 1920, being 19 years, 4 months annual outlay of thousands of dolPresident Wilson says, "There Is lars overhead expense. This is easy ! business for chickens anyhow. and S days old. Yet In that s.hort nothing foreign to American ideals in to see.Vhen one thinks of tho very life he had accomplished more than J. I. Goodman started to have the most men do who live the allotted the pledge that tho strong nations scattering attendence tho evening r would take to respect the territorial schools would have over the whole flu last week, but when his best bet "three score years and ten." to produce anything he got on Independence integrity and political Ho spent the early years of his State. So much ground to be cov- failed of the weaker ones. Such a covenant ered would naturally make the cost tho convalescent list and has been life with Ills family and was considwith honor, liberty and justice really come very high. Wo had a sample steadily Improving. ered by those who know him to bo a is the heart of Americanism, and of the expenditure of money in this model boy, growing up into young any who would nullify or destroy it County last year, along these lines, Those darn chickens wllf be Jusl manhood the most highly respected would the alms and Ideals up- with practically no benefit cliscov-ere- about big enough to go fishing about young man in the community. Ho on which our nation Is founded." To always thinking The Moonlight Director or the second week in May and I'll bet was which we say Shantung. Superintendent was covering' the two bits to a dozen horn buttons tha of others and doing good wherever County at practically the same time some sneak steals at least a quarter opportunity afforded Itself. France and England seem to have as was the County Superintendent of a dozen of them about that time Near the first of this year ho came a rather hard time in agreeing about to revcastle with some friends to and the latter could have, with very policies along certain lines. The Ed Barrass says about the craf- seek employment. 'He wont to work little more trouble performed all the French seem to constantly keep their work, and much expense could, and tiest thing he over pulled and the at tho Indiana Rolling Mill, where weather eye on Johny Bull, while the would hatfe been saved. We are most luck he ever had was when he he was employed until his death. flatter Is said to keep the same eye most assuredly upon the side of those got his wife to form the habit of No other young man ever came to wide open for most anything that who are for tho eradication of illitera sleeping on the getting-u- p side of the city who made more friends or may be floating around loose, at least cy bed.' By the time ho rubs his accomplished more good in such a in Kentucky, and elsewhere for the present floating. At the Turk that matter, but had we been given eyes open and yawns a few times the short time. Ho made friends with is holding the boards and the wily a vote upon the proposed measure we wife has a good fire going and about his cheerful, sunny disposition nnd H U a crmrlrti ynil tnmnt and French are being, or wlR be, forced feel that we could not have approved the tlmo he gets dressed Its ditto n won a place in every heart. As one jwfolor viih tteraf laXrrf. It lufjJut ample tUctrieity fcr ligtu, yettr to take a hand to keep England froni it, as the kitchen range, and he don't catch of his friends made tho remark while vaMknt nwAiiu, it was drawn. r"r.ttfareior.faimiK) ni'J,tvtrftr,eU.treat iron, up with her until they start eating looking at tho body, "Truly to know not only clipping her wings but filch ing tall feathers and oil. breakfast. him was to Jove him." WILSOX LEAGUE He immediately on coming to this I. D. Claire makes Inquiry about city enrolled in tho Young Men's Senator Lodge, together with a deIs President Wilson, having forced' several of the old land marks of this class of the Baptist church and .' cided majority of tho U. S. Senate his league on Europe, now determin- burg, and to start with; Alec Curtis' was always present, not only at SunBtlll block peace. It looks like somo The widespread impression that the Lalley 41 a better pontifical arrogance to forco doings, we will say that Uncle Alec day school but all church services. one who stands well in the estima- ed with electric light and power plant, U built on a basts of fact. version of the league on haB been moving along in about tho Ho was an earnest, upright Christian The Lalley is ten yean old, and it for removed from tho of the Senate ought to tell that the Paris tion It is most difficult to dis- samo old rut In the same old way, he character, not afraid to let the world experimental stage. Tho.e ten year, of experience alono bunch of "ignoramuses" that nobody America? would make it better. cover a possible motive for holding has, however, treated himself to a know that he had explicit faith in AVoodrow knows what tho World, but It it engineered and manufactured by out any longer for tho ipsisslma ver- couple of baths down at tho harbor God. a corn, of expert., together with the United States j choien for their ability in thi. particular line. except tho shop this wlnter.that wo know of. Eck During the month of January he wants, needs and is going to have. ba of the Paris document, It ha. only three moving parti, and big personal motive of pride of author- Rial still drives the same old gray enrolled as student In the Newcastle Our constitution ought to be so throughout. 10 that wear and friction are reduced almoit on boss and every time he hollers whoa Business College, where he soon be to nothing at all. a simple thing like a ship. The British do not Insist amended that It would run. if you Tequired it. day and night without majority could not block the acts of their bargain. Neither do tho French in front of your door It never means came one, of the most popular stuof Europe toward the less than four bits out of your pocket, dents In school. 'He was a hard topping, nnd bo none tho worse. a President, especially when Wilsons Tho attitudefeeling regarding the tho he may not fender a dime's worth worker and made rapid advancement It has done .0 repeatedly in public tho are Presidents. Our mind reverts to American umo kind of a league Js: "It always was your of service. Ben Taylor is still here Both tho faculty and student body of machine, in every detail, that you would buy. Wilson, that's a campaign battle-cry- , ' Ita output of electric current ii greater "baby". Clothe it to suit yourself. and as ho has quit the barber shop tho school feel his Joss very keenly. it is able to do all, and we now see that there was more work, or tho umo work better. Nothing so far proposed will cause and I never hear him arguing scripOn February l'l he went to the decidedly more truth than poetry in These nro some of the Teaion. for tho Lalley preference any change of allegiance over here. that slogan Wilson, that's all, tho But for the love of humanity and for ture, I don't suppose he is doing Clinic fqr treatment and was found which u sweeping the country. much of any thing. The movie to be suffering from oncephllltls, or alpha and omega if its ruling the They are .ome of the reasons why. when you install democracy, hasten to help us put house was dark for somo time "sleeping sickness." His parents U, S. of America you are talking electric light and power, you should buy the Lalley. the ultimate safety of your own on account of the break-dow- n of the were notified at once nnd came, and See the plant in operation at our store, about or havo u. take hru the gigantic task of steadying tho light plant, therefore the Pop Corn all that could be done was done, but it to your home. wounded and weakened King, Kaiser Rial, was on a low limb to no a,vall. His work hero was comRepublicans throughout the Counbid world to its feet." Woddrow then too, another guy operated up pleted r he was In line for promption ty are urged to attend tho Mass Is tho one man who threatens at tho rink (by gas lights), for and God called him on. to bo held in every precinct Wilson to block the way. He can only do a spell, and he sold pop corn and On Saturday afternoon nt 1 o'clock within the County, Saturday March so by degrading his presumably demgooblepeas with a gold ring in every a number of the members of the Bappurposo of electing mem 20, for the year yet to bag and when ho started that busi- tist College, and friends gathered ocratic office, with bers of the County Executive Jom- - run, into a personalits autocracy, ness Rial dropped from tho low limb around the casket in the Fox Underwill serve during tho mittee who Ledger. If taking Parlors and had, a quiet but down to between tho spur-root- s. coming four years. Tho Committee Philadelphia Public JAKE WILSON, Manager the man at tho rink had continued impressive service, conducted by Rev. is to have charge to be thus chosen a very imFORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. of affairs pertaining to Party man- - RECENT REAL ESTATE SALES, we would have looked for th"3 J. M. Stewart, who made Kaiser to hunt a bole in the pressive short talk and read the ageraent and Party organization and f. 1H 1. Latvia. liiiHiM.nnt .HiWfc tiniinrntila Gltn..n. Cf.t.lMi lino ntiKitltaciail tf.n butt of the tree. To our chagrin; fourteenth chapter of John, after .lUI.U.UU.U, J..U..MU. UIHUll HUB (JUIbMMO.U Jl UIS.U.V AUIl'U. IMMb reliablo men, with known ability to farm of Alfred Wallace, near town, discomfiture and disgust Battle Nail which prayers were offered by Rov. ! continues to try to loaf in our office. Stewart, A. P. Jotterberg, W. E. Wagorganize, bo selected ns Precinct known as the Tom 'Taylor farm. Mr, L. L. Leach, at the firm of tho we have ordered him out an Jiun- - goner, and J. W. Cox. of tho .thirty-fou- r Chairmen Jn each The body was shipped to Beaver precincts and who will in nddltion, Likens and Leach, formerly of Route dfed times or more. It don't 'pear compose the County Executivo Com- No, 3, Beaver Dam, has purchased to do no good to say nothing to Bat, Dam, Ky., for burlaj J W. COX. mittee. No favoritism should bo tho property on the corner of Clay the only effective method to got a BARDWELL. CLARKSOX ron NOTICE! played, (but the best man for tho and Union streets, of Mrs. Dorothy move, on him is to get tlon in a vulnerable spot. He seems position should bo chosen. On first Harrass. Tho marriage of Mrs. Mamo BarMr, Charlie A. Leach, of Graham, to take resentment at that and thinks IRQ acres of land 10 miles from Hartthought the duties to be performed All Men should consult may appear trivial nnd few In num- has purchased tho residence proper- we are in earnest about his going, ford, Ky., near Dundeo, on tho M. H. nard Bardwell and Mr. Benjamin S. mo about war Insurance and compervy bers, they are, however, no less im- ty on tho cornor of Washington and when that sort of heroic persuasion is & E. R. II., about 30 a. cleared and Clarkson was quietly solemnized this portant than the duties to bo ren- Ciuy streets, opposite the City resorted to and he moves out and on. 20 u. in timber. Rough river bottom morning at the home of the bride's ation. Advice and assistance free. man, still does land, black loam. For particulars call parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Barnard. DR. A. B. RILEV, dered by the highest party committee Bakery, of Howard Ellis. Tho sale Leach tho shoe-repaI in the presence of the Immediate fam- Com, American Legion, within tlio land. The only difference was made through C. P, Keown, a lot of loafing, but not on the.streor. on or nddress W. H. RENFROW, Dundee, Ky, Illy. Louisville Times, March 6'. ' as In the olden days, it has been a 30tf Post No. 44. '. ', .Is a restricted area is covered by Real Estato Agent. W. ii. TIXSLEV, Editor jiikI llittlnr Mnnnger. ' last week to make room for Wins-low- 's to bit too cold. Ho Is always behind with his work tho. Ho cornea to his shop most every night to work, that is, ho tells Miss Leach ho has to como down and fix up a lot of old snocs and tilings, hut tuo trutn is ( though I wouldn't have his wlfp to got It from me) ho goes to Harve Sheffield's place nnd pla'ys pool Instead of to the shop to fix soles. It ho don't quit fooling his good wife so much I don't know what is to become of his solo Dillls Ward '(tears to bo very well satisfied with the tax assessment, so you may know that It would tako some pole to reach the apex. As I believe that answers about all of tho direct Frankfort Man' made I'll take the siding here. Coat Suits and Coats I ut Carson (L Co. and Hartford, Kentucky. d. LALLEY LIGHT POWER "i laUry-IJfl- JC-i- - Bl-bi- Why Lalley Light Is a Better Machine n SM sore-stricke- Con-vbhtl- on Fordsville Planing Mill Co. 1 V. c- sale ir M J For Rugs, Matting and floor go to ACTON BROS. County Attorney A. D. Kirk was in FordsvlIIo Saturday, on business Mr Dr ilnjs A B Riley Is spending n few In Loulsvillo, on business 44-4MVfnSAi- ATTENTION, FARMERS! Are You Going to Raise Tobacco? If you are you will need canvass to make sure of plants. We made a purchase of 10,000 yards nearly a year ago. The market price today from the manufacturers is 7 cents per yard. We are offering this entire lot to you at Mrs. J. W. Taylor, who has been seriously 111 for quite a time, Is convalescent. Clinton Iglcheart, of Smnll-hou- s, Judge J. E. Foglo, who has ben was in Hartford Monday, on ill for n considerable length of time, business. is very much Improved Mr, nnd Mrs. John P. Taylor nro Wo bellovo you can noi go wrong in Loulsvillo, spending the week-en- d to buy a can of that goad Lard, shopping. ACTON BROS. Swift's Premium. Mr. W. W. Bartlott and sons, Mrs. R. T. Collins, is In Greenville, and James, of Buford,. wero whero sho went to be with her daughhere Wednesday. ter, Lo'urlno, who has a severe case Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dodson, of of flu. Burnett's Cre'ek visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Isaac Foster returned to his John T. King last week. work in Central City, Wcdnesdny, afCommonwealth's Attorney C. E. ter spending a few days hero with Smith will leave Monday for Calhoun, his family. whero ho will bo engaged in Court. Miss Mattye Duke returned to James, son of Mr. Willis Coppage, Shclbyvillo, Sunday to resume her of near town,. who has had a severe work In School, tho flu ban having case of pneumonia, Is convalescent. been lifted. Ell-wo- od Farmers' Opportunity We have received our farming implerneiss amel have them set up on our sample floor, ready foryaur-inspectioWe urge you to come in and look tfrnrasa over and remember it is to your interest to buy wftaL. you will need, at the earliest possible date as tins? manufacturers have advised us that they will with.-drprices March 31, and orders received after tba?t date will be shipped at the price in effect at dafie- of shipment, and as the Railroads were turned aver tto private owners on March 1, we are expecting an. in freight at anytime and for the reasons given above we are "urging all our friends to buy.esdj., as it won't cost you any more to buy now, but onitbe:" other hand you KNOW that you will have yaurlmb-plemen- ts and at rock bottom prices. As to prices; we are going to sell implemenfe cheaper than we did last year. How can we da it-buying in quantities, discounting our billsv and. selling for cash or negotiable notes. Remeinhes that if you get your implements out of this shipment you will get them cheaper, that this is the place where; your money buys the most, that we give you a discount of 5 per cent on alLcash purchases, except feed. which we sell on too close a margin to allow any aw n. vafe-van- ce 4 oft 1 Miss Winona Stevens, of Beaver Dam, spent the week end here, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk. Rhea Fulkerson, of Center-towwas tho guest of his brother, Mr. Louis Fulkerson and family at this place,' the first of the week. Mr. n, By Ik PA Cents U W Buy Early The Hartford FRIDAY Per Yard or you will have to pay around 9c for th.6 goods we are selling at 6 cents. ZSfflMfc Republican makcii la Miss Mary Shaver, of Llvermore, spent Monday in town. Call and let us show you our lino I am paying more cash every dny of New Iron Beds. They sure do look good. in tho week for Poultry, Eggs and ACTON BROS. Cream than any buyer I know of. L. T. RILEY, Moore returned Hartford, Ky. Miss Elizabeth Tuesday afternoon, from Owensboro, where she had been to attend a Red Mr.- and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, Cross meeting. who havo been In Owensboro since the opening of the loose leaf tobacco GET YOUR REPAIRS EARLY. W. F. Stevens, of Nocreek, left here market, will return hero at an early DELIVERS: HO Tuesday morning for Jeff, 111., where date. WILL BE UNCERTAIN LATER. he goes to Join Mrs. Stevens, to make We will havo a nice lot of FRESH their future home. CATFISH and OYSTERS in, tomorrow. Come early and get the pick of Miss Ruth Tichenor, of Centertown, BEAVER DAM, KY. 1 here with her the beauties. spent the week-en- d BOTH PHONES. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. who has had a sebrother, Powell, vere case of mumps. 4 'frtHMfet Mr. Lawrence Baize, of Caneyvllle McKInney, of Louisville, traveling salesman for the Belknap Mr. K. J. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Airerr cT Xfia Mr. Alex Cranna,of Tenness, was Washington community, visttetl 3Hsu with the Carleton Drygoods Co., St. Hardware and Manufacturing Co., Louis, Mo., was in town Wednesday was in Hartford Wednesday.ntght and here the first of this week, on busi and Mrs. E. P. Bennett the. first cfi: yesterday.. ness. night and yesterday. this week. - ' J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS I -- ' Yes we have stoves, E. C. Simmons Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable Iron Ranges. WILLIAMS & DUKE. " 33tf Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McMurtrle, of near towti, who had ljeen visiting Mrs. McMurtrle's parents, at Calhoun, returned home Saturday. Yes we havo stoves, E. C. Simmons Cast Stoves nnd Monarch Mailable; Iron Ranges. 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. PERSONAL NEWS . AND SOCIAL EVENTS Olllo W. Duff, of Dundee, was hero Opie Read, at tho College Auditorium this evening, marks the close Wo of this year's Lyceum Course. Hear FURNITURE! FURNITURE! have it at WILLIAMS & DUKE tf the Novelist and Author Miss Bessie Clark spent from Sun- For Mill Feeds, Sweet Feed and Oats, go to ACTON BROS. When you get ready to do that A full and complete line of fresh Cocacola and other refreshing soft painting do not forget that Red Spot ACTON BROS. drinks constantly 'ready for use at Label at tho restaurant of Mr. A. R. Carson returned yesterCASEBIER & TAYLOR. day from Louisville, where ho had See Thf Hartford Broom Works be- been for several days, on business. fore you order your next shipment of brooms. Prices right. Either wholeMiss Elizabetn Moore, of the Civil' sale or retail. ian Relief, Red Cross, answered a C. N. BAIRD, Mgr. call sent from Horse Branch, Wednesday. FOR CHEAP IjAXDS in a progressive country, that is now putting Mr. Haskel Bennett, of the Shlnkle in 200 miles of rock roads, if inter- Chapel country, who has been In Akested write E. L. SEGO, ron, Ohio, for some time, returned to Griffithville, Ark. 35t3p his homo Saturday. FOR SALE Two nice,, ywetrs Jacks, black with mealy, points. Vesica right if sold at oncer. b. f: Mccormick, 35t4p R." No. 7, HarttarfiL - James Eaves, (Col)- of "upper E54f Hartford, died In Owensbortsw wfcewa-hhad gone for treatment, Mccc&cy. His remains wero conveyed to WMda Plains for Interrment .. e Mr. Oscar Bennett, who Etas Iksesd." in Akron, Ohio, for somp ttrae. re turned to his home hero, last TuveJc end. Mr. Bennett has nceuptofi at. position with tho U. S. Census; Xct- - Saturday, on business? v day until Tuesday in Owensboro. FOR SALE 120 Egg Incubator. GOOD IJXE OF Oats and Mixed 2tp DEVER BROS. P T. JACOBS, Hartford. Feeds. We pay cash every day for eggs and Mr. E. H. Foster, with Carson & W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. Co., is confined to his home with flu. The now bulk garden seeds havo rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE Born To Mr. and Mrs. Hugh a 9 pound boy, larch 4th. ' ar- f tf Kiln-drie- d Shelled Corn and all kinds of feeds. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 35t4 Ham-let- , JUST AURIVEIt A consignment DEVER BROS. of Garden Seed. ninnk iloeds and mortgages of ap proved form may be had at this of fice for 2 cents each. The best by test, Sharpies Cream Separator for sale by. FOH SALE Piano. For Infor31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. mation call No. 38, Farmers' phono. te. ra Tho Ladies' Aid Society, of the M. Tho best placo to get Enamel and E. Church, mot Monday afternoon Aluminum waro is at with Mrs. H. E. Mischke. ACTON BROS. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, was in town Tuesday, on busi' ness. ff m ' P. O. McKInney, president of the Centertown, Centertown Coal Co.,-o- f was hero Tuesday, on business. The Stork visited the home of Mr. We pay tho highest market prices and Mrs. Jess Casebler Sunday, leav for Eggs and Produce. ing a baby girl weighing 11 pounds. ACTON BROS. r , A-'t L J fi' K ft -- J. J. Jarnagin and family, includFor Stock Bills of all classes on ing Mrs. Jarnagln's mother, Mrs. short notice call at tho Republican Embry,.of Cromwell, are seriouBly ill ' Office. of flu., by C N. Baird, C5 Brooms made Mr. R. B. Culley, of Stanley, spent and 75 cents. the first of this week here with his E. ELLIS & BRO. W. 34t4 daughter, Mrs, Lyman G. Barrett, and . a big assortment of Mr. Barrett. Just arrived, choice c oking vessels in aluminum We havo a car of first class tlmo- WILLIAMS & DUKE. n,,r llnv ilim tnmnrrnw. Will sell car. Call us. SALE One pair of good, cheaper if taken at the FOK W. E. ELLIS & BRO. orfrMules. Apply to SHELBY LEE. Hartford. "Jiouto 1, j Boys lot us furnish you thnt new you are going to get this AIUUVED A consignment Buggy that JUST spring. We have the kind that will Ribbo'n oil stoves. please you. The Georgo Delker. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ACTON BROS. Louls-.vill- e. D. Stevens, of Rev. Chester Did you know that whero others spent a few days horo with his " have 3Q to 40 disks tho Sharpies Seprecently. . family, arator has none? It has only three BOWL BOWL, w nro addlriV a big lino of Plow working parts, .1 1 DIVIDING1 WALL. BOTTOM and over. Gear. CiillTjgSfJook It, Balo by WILLIAMS & DUKE. W E. KLUja Dttvr. . For 35t4 Mr. and Mrs. O, T. Burns went to Circuit Judge, R. W. Slack, who Owensboro last week end. Mrs. has been 111 at his home In OwensMiss Naoma Maple, daughter of Burns underwent an operation and boro, for some time, has recovered Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Maple, of Owwill bo in that city for several days. and is able to be back in Ills office A. D. Mr. Burns returned here Tuesday. ensboro, was tho guest of Mrs. again. Kirk and Mr. Kirk, last week end. Cockerels, A few Barred Rock We carry a nice assortment o'f fresh Northern Seed Potatoes? Yes, we Thompson strain. Also eggs for, set Candies and Fruit of all varieties,' Co'j-ble35t2p ting. havo them, first grade Irish clean and wholesome. Tho best is MRS. B. L. TAYLOR. and Early Ohio. the cheapest. & BRO. McHenry, Ky. W. E. ELLIS 37t4 CASEBIER & TAYLOR. R. F. D. No. 1 Cumb. phone. MonMrs. W. C. BlankpnBhlp left Mr. H. p. Taylor left for Jacksonday for Crescent City and other r Horton, of Oklahoma CiMr. points in FJorlda, where she will ty, arrived here a few days ago to ville, Florida, last Friday.. Mr. Tayspend two or three weeks with Join the forces of the Oil and Gas lor will visit St. Augustine, Miami Company operating some of the wells and other points before returning, friends. near town, and leasing other terri- which will be In about two weeks, Mrs. Anna Lashbrook returned to tory. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Barrass visither home here, Monday, from beep family lefi ed Mr. Barrass' mother, Mrs. DoroOkla., where she had Rev. E. W. Smith and engaged in school work for several Monday fof Henderson, where they thy Barrass, of Taylor Mines, Sunday. go to visit relatives. Rev. Smith will Mrs. Barrass has been seriously 111 months. return Saturday, leaving Mrs. Smith for some time, but Is much improvHeflln, has re- and their little son to spend some ed. Paul Russell, of turned home from Kansas City, when three or four weeks, there. I have installed my Broom Factory he has completed a technical course in the Sweeney Auto and Tractor Messrs. M. F. Chumley, of Sim- in the building adjoining Dr. Bean's mons, Carl M. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, Drug Store in Hartford. Will make School. J. M. Johnson, Horse Branch and your brooms at a reasonable cash you are in the market for a new George Jones, of the Washington price. If N. A. SCHROADER, Davenetto see our lino before buying country, were among those attending we 'can furnish the Convention in Louisville, last as we believe that Mrs. James Hl Williams, acconv you Just what you want. week, whose names we failed to get. panled by her mother, Mrs. E. P ACTON BROS. Association Barbour,-- returned from St. Louis, Tho Parent-TeachP. Coleman, of Beaver will meet this afternoon at the School Mo., Tuesday. Mrs. Barbour, wbo Messrs. R. Business of importance is had been ill recently, has fully reDam and Roy Foreman, of Goshen, Building. Tuesday, on business con- to be attended to, after which the As- covered. were here nected with the Beaver Dam Breed- sociation will be entertained by Miss Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Tinsley and ' Pendleton's Class, wlth'recltatians, ers' Association. little son, Prentice W., o(f the Washmusic etc. spent Wednesdar ington country, bill Let us make your letter Don't fail to attend the Mass Con- nicht and yesterday here, with Mrs. heads, envelopes, In fact we do all kinds of(j6b work. Call and leave vention at tho voting place in your M. E. Tinsley. your order. We guarantee our work Precinct, Saturday, March 20, at 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lu toJSrmin, or uen- o'clock. A member of the Repuband material. arents of a new is fral Grove, are th lican County Executive Committee Smith announces tha (o be selected. Help to pick the habv elrl. born Tuesday. Mrs .Grif Rev. E. Watt fin Is suffering from an attack of he will fill his regular appointment, most suitable man within your pneumonia, but was doing very well Hermon, Sunday morning at at Mt. at last reports. 11 o'clock, and that he Is desjrious, Jess H. Barnes, of New Philadelcan possibly do bo, atthat all who phia, Ohio, has accepted a position Just recehed Our first car of F. tend. with the Acme Grocery Company, A, Ames Buggies for spring. Have a styles, also I am agent for the MARIETTA as Manager of ono of their Stores, at nice assortment of latest For that placo. This firm is one of the a compjefe line of harness and acces& STONE WORKS. MARBLE your bugbest of work, promptest shipment and largest of Its kind in the State. Mr. sories. Come in and select see me beforo you buy your Barnes Is tho son of R. W. Barnes, of gy while tho assortment is good. Wo prices, Goshen neighborhood, and also a are sure we can please you. monument. LUTHER CHINN. . brother of Aitornoy W. H. Barnes, of JOHN T. KINO, ' Hartford, Ky. Beaver Dani, Ky, 34t4 this place. 35t4p rs Gar-lingto- n, er Jtie-sd- partment, temporarily. Mr. McDowell A. Fogle is. rcsxsvjp-tn-g from an acute attack oC Ihxmc-tl- s. Mack said he had cojiidifcriiKitc- - i trouble in determining whetfKsr ttxc ailment was mumps, flu or larypssSSfcs but as the latter had a nionr acziCD-cra- tlc ring than either of tho chSwst diseases, he had It dubbed. "laiyngS-tls- ." We have bought the entire? eajCniifc of J. B. York's saw mill, Jipprodisiaae- ly 30,000 feet. Will have all IduSfctuX rough lumber in stock as socrsiMBttSft roads get in condition to dciJTsncf S us. Can save money by havinc SSsk- iher delivered direct to you front aoUli so make your order now acd. stsno building cost. w. e. Ellis- & unscv - ' Havo you a child in your about 10 or 12 years old. IKj cwAe can "operate a Sharpies Separafcae b well as an older person, the cniSpir-erence you will get thru qtriirlics-lSftM- E a child for you will turn faster fciisra the child. For a Sharpies is GE3- ANTEED to get all the creanj at usy: speed. Call or write WILE.IffiJRa& DUKE for a free demonstTntliaa: 31-t- f1 Rira FAKM1KQ Hartford IZs- - IMPIiEMENTSKKT. DeerftrB-TSraw-er- s The Mogul Tractor, and Rakes, International (Cte-born- e) Disk Harrows, pf g loaUWrlZxp-row- s, one and two row Hoosfw Osexa Drills, one row Empire Drills; I.sw Corn King manuro Spreaders. 9Ko-li- ne Sulky Plows and Disfc- CUercte-tor- s. International combination five-tooth CSifctV-vator- s, Cultivators-- , fibear-te- en Ptilaaruwo-Creatooth Cultivators, Separators, in fact our Stos Sua complete. w. e. edlis & mm. Ky FOIl HALE. My house and lot in HartTira; Tho price Is right. 30tf , louis t. sritonr, 1UIOOM NOTICE : ? v Those having broom corn sflAaiZia get it to our placo by April Vnix. Wtt&z guaranteed. Price BOcts. or Bald C. N. BAIRD, Manager. Hartford Broom Worki., X.C by manufacturers In December, 1919, 2G, 000. 000 pounds mofo than in 9f all-arouobtaln n stand of clover Is to sow It December 191S, according to tho Btt- with a drill alone, on especially pre- reau of Markets monthly report Just IIEAVKK DAM. CIRCUIT COUllTj. Chesterfield pared ground. Special clover or al- Issued by tho Department of AgriJudge It. YV. Slack, Owemboro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. falfa drills arc now available and culture. C. E. Smith, HartClerk R. W. King. Com'th. Attorney when a sufficient acreage Is being Tho continued demand for fabrics we're Pollco J ml go J. W. Coopor. ford. grown to Justify their purchase tho made from tho finer grades of wool Is aiming 'nt, is Marshal R. F. Slovens. uso of these Implements Is to be re reflected by tho percentages given In Clerk" A. C. Porter, Hartford. that it takes both skill Otto C, Marcommended. On smaller areas a reg tho report. Of the total wool con Alnstcr Commissioner FOIUISVILLE. tin, Hartford. and precision to ular grain drill can bo used If pro- - sinned In December, 34 per cent wns Ch'm'n. Board W, R. Jones. Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Trustee blend tobaccos die vlded with spouts leading from tho fine, IS per cent one-ha- lf blood, 17 Clerk Olla Cobb. Hartford. grass seed boxbnek of the shoes or per cent three-eightChesterfield way. blood, 16 per Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. 1st Monday in March 13 days disks. On most soils a better cov- cent this is why Maybe blood, 3 per cent Marshal Grant Pollard. 'Com'th. and Civil. ering of the seed is obtained if tho low, and 11 per cent carpot wool. you find "Satisfy" in 1st Monaay in May 12 djyi Civil. OFFICIAL. "SCHOOL CALENDAR. s, drill is equipped with chain seed Massachusetts continued to hold Chesterfields add County Hoard of as these leave a flnt furrow. he lend In the amount consumed wth 1st Monday In July 12 days nowhcroclsc. Com'th. and Civil. Unless tho soil Is In a mellow condi- 23,420,347 pounds E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. of nil grades, 12 days tion a shallow seed bed must be pre- classes, and conditions, followed by 3d Monday In September Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart- Civil. pared for tho drill. Pennsylvania with S, $04, 337 poundn; lord, Ky. When a drill Is not available tho .tfhoad Island, 6,G4S,116; New York, 4th Monday In November 12 days W. Duff, Fordsvlllo. Div. No. Com'th. and Civil. seed can bo scattered with a rotary l.S2,0S0. Ky. Connecticut, New Hampseeder, a wheelbarrow seeder, or by shire, Ohio and Maine used between Div. No. 3 H. L. Cartor, Narrows, COUNTV COUItT. hand. Tho ground however, must be 1,000,000 and 2,000,000 pounds, Meots first Mondny In each month. In fine, mellow condition, which while In tho Pacific coast States Div. No 4 Robort Goff, Roslncv Judge Mack Cook. means that seeding must bo delnycd 363,078 pounds were used. Ky. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. until tho soil can bo stirred once or Div. No. 6 Otis H. Stevens, BeavTho ,totnl amount consumed, acClerk W. C. Blankenshlp. twice with a spike-toot- h harrow. cording to condition, were grease er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. When seeded ,In this way tho seed 16,165,984 pounds; scoured, 7,618.-62- 7 Div. No. 6 Nat Llndtoy, Center-towSuperintendent E. S. Howard. must bo covered, usually with a splko-toot- h Ky. pounds. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. harrow, but sometimes with a Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday in Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. heavy brush drag. One-ha- lf Inch In February; let Monday In April; lit Surveyor C. 37 Moxley. The Farmers Home Journal prints clay sollsvand an Inch In lighter soils Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuCoroner E. P. Rodcers. tho following: Is about tho proper depth of planting. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Many prominent breeders of cattle Immunity to Hog Cholera Lasting. ties where the beneficial results of If the clover is being seeded in grain Monday In December. FISCAL COURT. 1iogs are In Loulsvlllo this week A series of recent experiments on tho farm telephone have not been the seed bed may be prepared as and County Hoard, of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday in April and proven by observation having not above and tho seed covrd without In- - attending tho sales of the Kentucky E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, duration of immunity to hog cholera This is the second annual October. been Introduced into these communi ury to the grain, tho teeth of the har- Yound-uW. S. Hill. following simultaneous Inoculation ties nnd as It is usually necessary to series of sales held at the Bourbon 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, row being slanted slightly backward Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school Route 3. of young pigs supports the conclusion "show" farmers thero Is a lack of In- and tho harrow r.ia at right angles '. r Stock Yards In Loulsvlllo under the diploma examination. Hartford, terest In farm telephones in these diagonally to the rows of gram rather auspices of tho Kentucky Pure Bred 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- Beaver Dam Inthat the protection is lasting. The and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. Live Stock Association. thnn parallel with them. On land It vestigations were conducted at Ames, communities. May, 9 and 10 Common school Tho sales opened Tuesday with the 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. There is no invention of tho age winter wheat suspected of being sour Iowa, by specialists of the United so offerings of Holstelns and Poland 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center- - Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. useful to tho farmer. The more llmo may bo put on nnd harrowed in town. May 16 and 17 County teachers States Department of Agriculture. sparsely settled the community, the lightly so as to mix It with the sur-fa- Chinas. The Holstelns sale followed 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - examination. (White) Hartford. a show of tho cattle. Tho fifty-si- x Altogether 171 pigs, inoculated greater the need of the telephone soil. This is not as good as limtown. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' when a week to six weeks old and There is nothing that will add as ing in fall, but better than sowing red head of Holstelns sold for $10,527.50, exposed to hog cholera, at times 'va- much to the happiness of all mem- clover seed without liming. Burnt an average of 1SS. Tho top anlmnl Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. rying from 5 to 9 months and 2G days bers gf the farmer's family and at thc- - lime should be applied at least a was a bull consigned by tho well- - 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. June, 20 nnd 21 County and State Rhondea, Hart teachers' examination (whlto) Fordslater, were found without exception same time, render more important week before seeding so that It may known breeders, Georgo Button & 8th District B. C.""" ford, Route 5. vlllo. service, in the farm's business than bo mixed with tho soil and not In- Sons, Franklin, Ky. It brought $700 to be immune to that disease. was purchased by Palmer Bros., and June, 27 nnd 2S County and Three of tho pigs, however, died the telephpne. HARTFORD. jure the seedlings. of Yorkvllle, 111. stato teachers' examination (colored during the period of exposure from Farmers, of all other business Mayor J. E. Bean. Scattering Seed on Snow. The forty-thre- e Hartford. Poland Chinas causes other than hog cliolera. men, on account of their isolated Clerk J. A. Howard. July, An old, familiar method of seed- brought $3,071 an average of $71.40, Ohio County Institute. There was no apparent greater need for the locations are in Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Hartford. from the simultaneous inoculation in telephone than any other class of ing clover is to scatter tho seed on the top being $275, going also to PalMarshal E. P. Casebier. any of the pigs. Sept., 19 nnd 20 County and business men .Now, from the stand- tho snow very early In tho spring, mer Bros:, of Illinois. A detailed report of these and ROCKPORT There was no difference in the im- point of economy, It can well be just ris the spring thaw commences. Stato teachers' examination, (white) Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. munity of pigs from immune and questioned If any farmer can afford Tho frost leaving the ground, leaves other six sales of the Round-u- p which Hartford. Clerk n! II. Bratcher. nonimmune sows. Sept. 26 and 27 County nnd State to do without the advantages the the surface soil honeycombed with "Will be held aftpr this Issue goes to Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Pigs that were approximately one telephone furnishes for in this day of fine cracks, into which tho clover press will be given In our next Issue cachers' examination (colored) Hart m. l. Mccracken. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. week old received 10 cubic centi d ford. labor, time is certainly seed falls and is covered. This practice is most successful on level fields meters of anti-ho- g chilera serum and money. farmers with c. c. of virus. . Pigs that were products to sell do not offer them evenly covered with a soft melting Tho Articles reproduced here were . vC three weeks old or more received on tho market today without first nt snow. It should not be attempted printed in tho Farmers' Home Jourfrom 15 to 20 c. c. of serum and from certalnlng tho condition of the mar- on hillsides or in deep snqw, as the nal, recently, and they struck me as c. c. of virus. to rf-ket. Instead of driving to town with seed may be washed away. Neither being worth calling your attention U Immunity was tested by injecting a load and selling the product at any- should the seed be scattered on snow (Continued on 7th page.) I 5 c. c. of virus into the animals when thing offered, the farmer with the covered with a hard crust, nor on they had attained weights exceeding, telephone ascertains what tho price frozen ground, as a strong wind is None of Is and thus makes every trip to town liable to blow the seed Into piles. Unin many cases, 200 pounds. frOR PERSONAL HYGIENE tho hogs contracted cholera. Tho a paying one. Dissolved In water for douche atopr This kind of infor- less the clover can be sown before I 5 J pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamexperiments appear to disprove as- mation can not always bo found in the frost is out of the ground one of mation. Recommended by Lydio E. sertions by some observers that sim- the newspapers for they do "not re- the other methods of seeding should Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. ultaneous inoculation of young pigs peat tho quotations of each locality be employed as the weather late in A healing wonder for nanl catarrh, L u.c uiroaiana oro cye bconomicaL is not lasting and that immunity dis- in tho country, only the current quo- the spring can not he depended upon .....ju.nuio.nrae.ni.na and .rcnnkiiil rwer. appears at stages of growth variously tations in tho city. There always to cover tho seed. -- " Cheap seed like cheap fertilizer placed from weaning time up to 50 exists a variation in the price in the "XZZ ",iwn wxuprjy. iHfiuD, Mm.: or CO pounds In weight. country and in the city and it is not is always, expensive. Cheap, seed is A Safe, Note I clipped' this from JJio always the caso that things are lower cheap because it is poor. Because Weekly News Letter, a publication of in the country. To sell hogs and oth of the competition on tho clover-see- d Remedy for Worms the U. S. Department of Agriculture, er produce of many kinds, to country market clover seed grades are based Serentj Bra reara' ronUna-oand am giving it to you first hand. people at higher prices than are be very closely on their actual value, and ne I. the brat teatlmonlal 1 Cardui, the woman's WHY'S VKIUlUfUMK can offer a question that has been ing paid for them In tho clty is not the buyer gets pretty nearly what ho jou. tonic, helped Mrs. WilKeep bottle alwaa on hand. discussed for a long time. an uncommon experience In tho life pays for. As has been remarked. It will Tie lp keen Uia mtio onea liam Eversole, of Hazel happy and healthy. M. L. JlcCracken, of farmers. Then there Is also the "Buying cheap seed in order to save S3c. a bottla at jour drag. Palch, Ky. Read what Slat's or general itore : or II County Agent, 0. C. reverse of the caso when the city will money is like stopping the clock In she wrilcs: "I had a roar drsler can't lupptj you end hl name and 23c. In lAiniw pay better than tho country and by order to save time. There Is no sageneral breaking-dow- n and we'll aeud yea a bottle I Succeed when everything else falls. promptly. The following article, clipped from the use of tho uso of the telephone, ving' of my health. I was In In nervous prostration and ftmafc E. & S. Clover Seed Kasily Tested. the Farmers' Home Journal for'JIar the farmer Is not disappointed when bed for weeks, unable to inev uro the surname. I BALTIMORE FREY , First-qualit- y 4th, is all right as far as it goes, But ho takes his produce to the buyer, get up. i had such a MO. ....bu, u inousanas nave testified. clover seed from a reFOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND it does not say anything about whether he lives In tho country or in liable seedsman can usually be de weakness and dizziness, STOMACH ROUBLE . . . and the pains were farmers caring for the phones after the city, for ho has called him and pended upon to possess good germina t t is the best medicine ever sold very severe. A friend they do install them ; this care propo- has gotten his prices and die knows tion and bo free from weed seeds. over a druggist's counter. to.d me I had tried everysition is just like the care of machin- exactly what to do and what he will Howover, If there Is any doubt as to thing ery for a farm, some men will buy get. In such cases, tho farmer will the quality of the seed It can easily else, why not WILL Cardui?... I did, and a binder and let her set in a fence find that it doesn't take long to turn bo tested for germination In the same TAKE OUR soon saw it was helping corner between times well you all enough bis way, to more than pay way that corn Js tested, by counting me . . . After 12 bottles, his telephone service. know what happens bet you can call for out 100 seeds and placing them in a i am strong and well." The commercial advantages of the sand or rag doll gormlnator for a half a dozen names right off like telephone Is great, but thcro week. The irumber of seeds which farm that. When the A Treatment TAKE Sure, but do YOU kick like a bay Is also the great social sido which germinate in that tlnio 'is tho perhousehold must nover be overlooked. The tole- - centage of germination of the lot for WEAK steer if someone says "wo need such cores and tho and such a sum, to string new wires, Phono furnishes a break in tho monot- - The percentage of weed seeds is LUNGS or worries of eaLBtKvKL or so much to extend our switch ony of tho farm life; keeps tho boys harder to detect, as many weed seeds everyday lifo CONSUMPTION and girls contented, gives the wholo rosomble tho clover seed in appearhoard, or set new poles?" Do you? havo dragged And as a consequence docs It take , household tho foaling that they are ance. Howover, with the uso of a you down, you from halt and hour to half a day In touch with tho outside world, es magnifying glass tho majority of tho mado you unA quick relief for that tired, rundown feeling,, coughi, palm In to call Jim Drown, two miles down pecially on days when tho roads and weed seeds can easily bo seen. The happy, and rhage), weak lungi chcil. night iwfaU. hemoror consumption. II tt doe thcro is noth the road? Couldn't you apond 50c tho weather are impossible. All o? percentage of weed seeds can be not help you it coala you nothing. m these are just a few of the advantages roughly determined by taking 100 n month more, and, more than likely, ing in lifo Lock Box OHIO MEDICAL CO. backacho nnd worry, turn to Tonic save 50 dollars some ono time on ono of tho farm telephone which give It seeds Just as they come and counting o tho right prescription, ono cottcn un hv call? Telephones and good passable a valuo that can not bo equalled by out the weed seeds. Not all foreign Dr. Pierce fifty years ago. Do you feel weak, dizroads are merely forms of life In- any other modern contrivance on the seeds in clover are harmful but tho Everything growing out of tho ground zy, worn-ou- t? surance for Farmers and their fam- farm. Is your farmer paying for clover seed should seems intended for some uso iit establishilies. Think it over. get It. A good quality of red clover lack of good health caused ing natural conditions. Dr. Picrco, of The Farm Telephone. Kvcrci.se Care In Iitiying and Sowing seed should show at least 90 per from any of the comBuffalo, N. Y., long sinco found out what The advantages to be derived from Clover. cent germination and 99 per cent plaints so common to 13 naturally best for women's diseases. a telephone on the farm are innumerTho great hindrance to an exten- purity. Ho learned It all through treating thou women? Then why not Home-grow- n able. Some farmers who are unac sive planting of clovor this year Is the Seed Ij Host. sand ot cases. Tho result of his studies give Cardui a trial? It quainted with many oi ta uses, price of tho seed, which has advanced During tho past 12 months large was a medicino called Dr. Pierce's Favorshould surely do for you benefits and pleasures of the telo- - to tho unprecedented figure of 60 quantities of Italian-grow- n red clover ite Prescription. This medicino is mado phone, hesitate to havo them installed cents a pound wholesale for tho best seed havo been imported Into this what it has done for so of vegetable growths that nature surely and there are others who positively grade. High prices, however, should country. Tests havo shown that seed many thousands of other intended for backacho, headache, weakrefuso to have ono oven at a small not stop tho planting of clovor and the grown in Italy produces plants which ening, bcanng-dow- n women who suffered it pains, irregularities, Price- to proved rotations, but should are less hardy and more subject to return pelviq inflammations, and for tho many should belp you back to Perhaps the most essontial and tho servo simply as an additional reason dlseaso than plants from American-grow- n Peel right all tho time. Don't lay off disorders common to women in nil ages of health. most profitable uso that can bo mado for sowing tho seed with tho greatost from seed. If tho season is favora lifo. Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription is When work for days by taking calomel pleasant keeps yoi Ask some lady friend of a telephone on a farm is that It J care, according to United States Do- - ble, the Italian clover may glvo satismado of lady's slipper root, black cohosh on your feet, whilorelievingyour troub. puts the farm resident In constant partment of Agriculture specialists factory results but in general home who has taken Cardui. root, unicorn root, bluo cohosh root and JO. Safer too. nnd onu fn ttrn communication with commercial and grown seed is moro liable to mako a Plant the Seed Itlght. Oregon grapo root. Dr. Picrco know, tako anything else. You can't afford She wl'J tell you how it Jt. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By trade centers and gives tho city man Clover should not be planted at all good stand. When purchasing clovor when ho. first mado this standard medihelped her. Try Cardui. tern and relieves constipation. A nafc tho opportunity to reach him just as unless it Is planted right. Scattering seed tho buyer should Insist on knowcino, that whiskey and raorphino aro In..' """uy muurat in its actions, sure easily as he can reach tiny dweller In oxpenslvo clovor seed on poorly ing tho countries In which tho various jurious, and so ho has always kent them In its effect and certajnin results. It ground is tho poorest economy. samples of seed were grown. tho city nnd vice versa. Tho advanout of his remedies. V" Ve"'Lax win tages from tho commercial sldo of th Tho crop should bo provided with a this standard remedy know , i telephone are so numorous and bo seed bod which Is firm, moist, and Wool Consumption Reaches High J.7 Pierco'a Favorito Prescription thoy aro with perfect safety. Evcjrybottloiruar. It is needless to review fine, and tho quality of tho seed evident that Murk In December getting a safo woman's tonio so good that ante"l- - Wc and $1 in bottles. None ' I should bo of tho besjt. If tho land Is A total of 64,000,000 pounds of them. druggists everywhere sell it 'a liquid or Km and Bfoatj, ofT w?ntith? Iik?ne83suo by r por There are many fanning communl- - "sour" It should bo limed for red and ' wool, grease equivalent, was used tablet fora i. U, WILLIAMS, . Hmctfpr Eft 1 ' sweet clovor. "An nd good shot. That's us. Probably tho most certain way to1 or DIRECTORY WrtAi W 't, i XKiPwr 1 one-quart- er cov-crer- flS$ iry fcii ri iH 20. n, FARM DEPARTMENT. p. co ct 7-- high-price- te Evcy Woman Wanted llffa Kg mi !i Mothers -- use FreyS y rMfuge u Sick Women - For the CliildreirL ' czric Bit rs f JK m -- jPVVj YOU. ' hen Tte Day Is Over GERMINAL REMEDY RBBrm VJ CARDUI The Woman's f t. FORONE MONTH USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ax . J r2i pro-par- All Druggists tZVit EHnfefe 5?KL ,"! r K "Smooth as silk, ch?- - Same liere" CHESTERFIELDS four" smoothness, taste, quality and value. What's the good word, everywhere you go ? They satisfy I FARM DEPARTMENT (Continued from Gtli pago) to, especially ns they woro written by thrco ot our Own Ohio County lUui It ia Just n bit out ot the usual for three men from one. County to havo their articles printed in a paper outside of their own County, at onO and the samo time. These men are Ohio County Iioostors, and it is just such spirit an they show that will put this County on the map, I do not agres with Jlr. Urown, of Prentiss, regarding the Dog Tax, hut glad to see that he says what he thinks. This sort of advertising Kill pay, and pay big: keep it up. Wliut Ohio (Viimt) I'ni'iners mo Do-i- ii mid SnjiiiK. Heaver Dam, Mar. 4. Farming and livo stock raising in Ohio county Wo hns been gradually improving. now have 4,200 sheep, 135,000 hogs, cattle, mtiles and horses in proportion, many of the aliovo mentioned being pure bred; there. Is one herd of pure Holstolns In the county, and a number of pure bred bulls nnd cows of tho beef varieties. Wo havo a large acreago planted to soy beans, and havo created quito a market for soy beans for seed, having shipped to other sections: However, tho soy K Ohio County for the bean crop-I- n year 1919 was almost n completo failure on account of the heavy rains, tho farmers being unable to save them, so there will not bo enough ) beans In tho county this year for business . ha3 Tho poultry seed roached quito a largo scale In tho county Wo also glow quite a largo amount of tobacco, corn, wheal, oats, hay of nil kinds, and all kinds of In egetables are being produced. fact, Ohio C uitiry oi y nepds a little time, and it will bo in tho foremost rank ns a gencrni farming and livo It has been tock producing country. demonstrated that nlfalfa, and nl kinds of clover grow well in almost nil sections of tho county. Our land values havo almost loubled In th Inst thro.i joars, and it louks like It lias not yet coached tho t,op price, as many fat mors have com into the county from other sections and havo been paying some fancy prices for farms In this county. Wo hno also organized a Farm Huroau with quite a largo membership, nnd it bids fair to become a mighty factor for tho farmer. S. M. Maddox. 24. There has not been much fnrm work done this winter on account of so much wot weather Thero has been a great deal ot corn drowned out and lost on Orojn Itlver caused by so many high rises "Wheat is looking fairly well, ouly a smnll crop sown, caused by so much wet weathor at sowing timo last fall. The high prices for tobacco has Induced tho formers to plant a largo ' crop this year. Livo stock Is looking fairly well, only feed is scarce nnd high. One farrier bus lost five flno snoop in a fow day3 of somo disease unknown to him. Fnrm labor is very scarce and high hero on account of so ninny young men gone to tho mines and works. We think that every farmer should bo allowed one dog exempt from taxation and also bettor roads In Ohio County J. H. Drown. calves from tho Horefords aro a great Improvement over tho scrub calves, nnd at tho samo time produce as much milk ns tho scrubs. Very few farmers keep Jersey cows, as there Is no outlet for the male calves, only to sell them as veals. The farmers aro beginning to rotate, and now farms which used to yield 20 to 25 bushels ot corn now yield 35 to 40 bushels. I am farming 200 acres, 125 acres In bottoms and 75 In hill. Hill very rough nnd used mostly for" pasture qf red top, timothy and clover mixture. My system of rotat(qn In bottom Is corn with soy beansNln row, which Is hogged off with light hogs: thon to peas or oats, followed with timothy In September, with a light seeding of clovor In Februnry when tho ground Is honeycombed from freezlrig, which Is cut two years for hay, pastured one yerir, then ready for corn, by which I have Increased tho ield of corn from 25 bushels In 1910 to 43 bushels In 191S. I use 1G per cent acid phosphate at the rate of 175 to 200 pounds pre acre. Jly adlce to farmers Is to go easy until prices of farm products aro established on a firmer basis and conserve tho fertility of tho land.t The farm Is thought to bo tho "haven ot rest" whero tho farmer makes his own living nt his leisure nnd what he sella Is 100 per cent clear profit at any price. I hope to seo more Improv-mo- nt ln.fannlng and stock raising In this section In tho next ten years than C. W. I Save seen in the past ten Arnold. m. I County Agent, Hartford. Did You l. Mccracken, i:or HoK Hat Hmo Perfectly Good Her Pig? Then read tho following, from tho Farmers Hoinfi Journal, and think It over: Sow. The When a sow eatsJicr pigs, It can bo traced always to Improper care of hor during piegnancy. If sho has been fed plenty of food during this and growth-makin- g period sho Is much TJ?3 apt to develop a tendency to cat hor offspring, and tho troublo is not often developed If tho sow hns been running on gqed succulent pasture Somo breede1 s watching tho sow carefully at farr.iw-tlm- e, remove nnd burn or bury tho afterbirth ns soon as It is passed claiming that if she, is permitted to eat it, as sho will usually do, It a ill stimulate in her a desire to eat her young. Others hold tho contrary opinion nnd even tempt cho sow to eat tho afterbirth en tho presumption that It satisfies tho meat craving of hor appetite, but the general opinion is In fdvor ot removing It from tho sight and smell of the sow and destroying It. An ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of cure and when signs of farrowing, appear, green washy feeds and plenty of water constantly beforo tho animals are all to Exerclso Is'also valbo commended. the prospectlvo uable In keeping mother In good condition, but in spite ot all, somo sows will develop tho cannibnlllstlc instinct. In such cases, salt pork fed to tho animal, two or threo pounds, If that much seems to bo necessary to appease her meat appetite, will usually correct desires. Plain salt any pork cut in thin slices and fed one at a time until tho sow seems satisfied is about all that can be done, and it sometimes falls. Care'fuJ attention to feed and exorcise of tho sows during prognancywlll do moro to eliminate this troublo than any other thing you can do. R bone-produciplg-eat!- Prentiss, Fob. oth-publ- lc , -o- - I A - nxttotarpA hulls. Tho scrub bulls ore very few and only a Btnall per cent of tho farmers brepdlng to them when a registered bull is in reach. Tho White nun, Fob. 10 The farmers of this section aro only beginning to stock. d realize the value of quite a number of farmers Wo havo hogs, mostly Duroc, d raising say they aro moro prolific ns they than tho Polands and fatten easier of at an early age. T. ho high cost adfeed is causing farmers to seo the hogs d vantage in raising Wo Javo a fow herds of cattle, tho Horefords, and several pure-brepuro-brepure-brepure-bre- d , A pain in tho side or back that catches when you straighten up calls tor a rubbing application ot Ballard's It relaxes tho conSnow Liniment. tracted muscles and permits ordinary bodily motion without sufforlng or Price 25c, 50c and inconvenience Sold by Ohio Cour-t- y fl.OO per bottle. m Drug Co. dogmas and Interpretations their efforts to Christianize tho world tvoulil bo largely wastod. For how can ministers, missionaries Though tho world remains or anyone with expectancy and teeming with olse hopo to carry weight with plans to communlcato with tho othor unbelievers and heathen planets no nctunl messages hnvo as when so many rival brands of S Christians exist that small dect passed cither way. From Australia comes n report, however, that the pendence can bo placod In any of mysterious signals aro now directed them, It was asked. Now in a mea It's foolish to neglect a cold or couglr and take chances. At the first sign of a at their side of tho world, Europe sure the various denominations have sneeze, "snufilc," sore throat or cough, evidently having been given up ns sunk their pride and ceased their COUOll take GOFFS COUGH. Incompetent. In these, signals Is n liaggling. They havo adopted a proSYRUP. It will stop the cough quickly, , a 1.ait i constant repetition of the two dashes gram by which they hopo to carry on relieve the irritation, raise the phlegm , !v"'itiX aiA ft rm. and soothe and heal the inflamed throat. that form tho letter M, and they come the work of tho Lord moro effecthe-l- y tl jr J - 7 GOFPS contains nothing harmful No on wavo lengths ot 80,000 to 120,-00- 0 i rftt r G than over before. The plan pro Narcotics or Opiates of any kind. It's meters such lengths as have vides that all tho Christian churches the good, cough syrup. never yet been used by any station on having the samo faith In Christ shall Safe and pleasant for babies and chil1 rnei m tuna dren. Keep it in the house always. band themselves Into a body to be earth. An Englishwoman, writing to Mar- knowu as the "United Churches of coni, claims to have made a close Christ In America." Each Is allowstudy ot the subject and to havo ed to retain its own creedal stateThe Original No-Docome to the conclusion that tho ments, Its form ot worship and Its strango signals cone from tho souls form of government, but the mappiof wireless operators who have gone ng1 out and direction of tho work Is From Your Grocer or Druggist to other planets. This view should placed In tho hands of an executive at 30c. and 60c a Bottle cause tho scientists nnd tho spiritua- council in which each constituent is GOFF'S li Guaranteed to help you and your Every dealer Is authorized to rechildren. lists to work together on tho problem. to be represented by a certain num- turn your money without question If you (ay it did not help you. Mr. Marconi has announced his in- her tho number ito bo equal of tention of training tho letter as a ministers and laymen, women includ Wboleialt Factory Agency for Tnia Territory scientific curio. ed. Parsons & Scoville Co. Our clectricnl "wizard" Thomas A. It Is the special duty of this body EvancAille, Ind. Edison, thinks thnt we havo machin to unify nnd harmonize the work of GOFF'S COVCH SYRUP-M- aJt by S. B. Co7 SSnt Co., CamJ.n. N. J. ery powerful enough to send a mes-- j the different churches, direct their sage to Mars, but he doubts thnt tho missionary activities and equitably Inhabitant's of thnt planet havo In distribute their etfoHs so that some ' nwna it 111 inf liA ntrfivirnu'rlml It'll tin struments sufficiently delicate to signals. Sir Oliver Lodge, others remain destitute, as Is the case our however, xthlnks tho best way to. try now. In sections supplied with more to communlcato with the other plan- church facilities than aro deemed ets Is to descrlbo an Immense geome- necessary two or.moro denominations trical figure on tho Sahara desert. will be united and the extra forces Geometry, he says, Is a universal put to work In other fields. science, and ho thinks the chances are . The same method will apply In rethat tho people ot Mars havo magnify- gard to evangelism, social service and ing Instruments sufficiently powerfuj religious education. The allies didn't to make out the figures. work to much advantage until they In the meantime Prof. Robert H. united under one generalissimo. In fHi Goddard is working on a repeating the same way tho churches have come which may be sent on an ex- to realize the value of union and it Is rocket ploring expedition to the edge of the hoped and expected Chat greater beneThe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been earth's atmosphere, or, If desirable, fits will result under the present plan m use xor over over au years, nas Dome the signature of on to tho moon, or to Mars. The than were ever possible when their ana nas been made under his rocket Is to contain a series aTranged energy was spent In controversies and sonal supervision since its infancy. to explode In relay one after another. jealousies among each others. But according to Drcharles C. AbAll Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but bott, of the Smithsonian Institution, " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the Health of The Best Ij:ixntIo. we must leave Mars out of our plans. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "My sedentary habits have neces-slatc- d "Mars," lie says, "Is ns dry as any the use of an occasional laxaI desert In the world, and since water tive. I havo tried many but found Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Is essential to lmman existence, this nothing better than Chamberlain's Drops and Soothing Syrups. ,It is pleasant. It contains precludes the possibility ofMlfe there.' Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, neither Opium,, Morphine nor other narcotic substance, Its canals said to be made Hardwlck, Vt. Mr. Daniels is proprieThe age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has to Irrigate the planet from the melt- tor of tho Hardwlck Inn, one of the been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, s, ing polar he states, would model hotels of New England. m , Wind Colic and Diarrhoea allaying Feverishness bo similar to a canal 10 miles wide and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids from Boston to Mexico City, or from .WRONG TOWN GETS FEAST the assimilation of , Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. , Seattle to Atlanta. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. While Mars Is a colL barren world, . The names Caceres and Nuevo CaVenus on tile other hand Is a-- young ceres' are somewhat alike but the replanet In her teens, so to speak. sidents of those two Spanish towns And it is a favorable place for habita- would seriously resent the slightest tion, there being plenty ot clouds and Inference that they have anything In fBears the Signature of water vapor. Her climate Is similar common. The village priest of Nueto that of, our tropics, and In the vo Caceres celebrated the 2th course of tho planetary dance she of his entry Into office a comes nearer to tho earth than Mars few days ago. In preparation for the does. So It may be that these mystic event a suppjy of pastry and other signals aro duo to an attempt at flir- refreshments was ordered fiom a tation with us on the part of Mile. nearby town for the entertainment ot Venus. his parlshoners. But from Paris comes a note of disThe hour arrived but no refreshcouragement, tending to take all the Kind You Have ments w'ero forthcoming although romance out of the radio possibilities they had been promised. After waitYHK CENTAUW COMRANV. NEW VOWK CJITV, The French ministry of wireless serv- ing what they considered more than ice announces at the conclusion of a a reasonable, length of time the peocareful Investigation hat tho signals ple went away grumbling. Then discovered by tho big Marconi wire- word camo that through a mistake less stations are not from another the delicacies had been delivered to planet, but are simply the echo of a priest who had but recently taken tremendous thunder storms In the up his duties there nt Caceres, a sun. Such olcctrlc waves are some- town some six miles distant. Without times generated by tho solar disturb- waiting to hear any more 120 angry ances to such an extent as to render villagers armed themselves with clubs wireless stations on the earth almost nnd firearms and set out for Caceres. MAKES IT useless while they last. There the priest, who looked on JUST LIKE NEW the feast as a surprise gift, was enFor hoarseness, Inflamed lungs or joying it with his parlshoners. When Irritating coughs, Ballard's Hore the mob frqm the other town arrived Hound Syrup Is a healing balm. It they forced themselves intp tho does Its work quickly nndthorough- - building, seized the astonished priest ly. Price 25c, 50c and $1,00 per bot and ducked him in a horse-trougYou can renew the lustre of that slightly tle. -- Sold by Ohio County Drug Com- Sticks and pokers were wielded , pany, m among the guests, worn furniture by an application of Spot-La:- ., who defended . themselves by hurling chairs and Anyone who can hold a brush can apply CUUltCIIKS ADOPT UNION. benches at tho Intruders. The battlo it perfectly. raged for half an hour before order A year ago a conference, was held was restored nr the police. Several It covers up worn places, gives the efft'::t in Philadelphia to consider the met-to- r combatant? wore beaten Into of bringing tho various denominaof the most expensive finishes, and has surand two men, Injured tions of Protestant churches under during the fibV, died )n a hospital passing wearing qualities. Many loading church ono head. workers favored, tho move, ut fact, Comes in a variety of colors that clcsrJy tho feeling was general throughout match the natural woods. the country that some such plan should 1)0- - adopted to bring aboyt For Infants and Children Ready for instant use. substantia' economics and Increased In Use For Over Years efficiency in carrying on Christian Let us show you how. Always bears work. the , ACTON BROS., About 30 different denominations Signature of 1IAKTFOIID, KV.- were represented at the meeting, including Methodists, Baptists, 4 Presbyterians, Episcopa- HAS FINGKH NAILS TIUItTV INCHES LONG lians, Disciples, Friends, Lutherans, Moravians, Reformed, United 'Brethambition Is to havo thq longest linger wholo day. ' Speaking ot finger nails, somebody ren and others. A commltteo of two Jpeople tho world ovor have hou-ble- s. nails ot any human being on the faco who has mado a study ot their growth delegates from each denomination Some of them are commendablo of the earth. He has about realized his desire reports that thoso on the right hand was namod to Investigate nnd report and a great dul of benefit and pleason tho "desirability and practicabili- ure are thiu derived. In fact dvory-o-ne tor ono ot his nails Is 30 Inches long. of most persons grow faster than tho should have a worthy hobby ot AnotheiJ nail measures 21 Inches and ones on tho loft. Furthermore, ho ty" of such an undertaking. This was the first big slop over some sort to provide htm with whole- a third that bo is cultivating is ov-e- r says, tho longer tho ftngor tho moro Lrapldly tho nail grows. Thus, tho made toward bringing tho forcos of some recreation and to prevent his six inches in length. Christianity together and It paved sparo time from being wasted. He is very proud ot his 'ornaments' nails on the two middle flngors ot n But may ot tho hobbles that peo- and to prevent their breaking off ho man'B hand show a more rapid tho way for another big nmntlng that has just been hold In the Quakor ple- zealously follow aro not elevating. keens them encased in bamboo stalks. growth than thase on the thumb and city at which a definite plan for Thoy weaken tho mind and character Once n year ho gives them a gonernl third finger, while tho latter grow unionizing the Protestant churches and cheat the plan ot tho Creator by overhauling and cleaning. As may mora rapidly than the nail on tho had robbing the world of llfo ot service. woll bo Imagined thoy got rather dirty fifth or little finger. Study your nails was adopted. The churches An illustration ot falsojiobbles Is in the meantime and the process ot nnd seo If their growth confirms warning again and again that unless g occupies nearly a theso observations. over creeds, a story ot a Chinaman, whose- - main cleaning them they ceased NO NEWS HAS HIMJX lti:CKIVi:i) FIIOM MAILS t ed Don't Neglect Even a Slight Cold or Cough (Nd-Dope) Get GOFF'S COUGH SYRUP i Children Cry for Fletcher's lipfSiiTjlTiir WkA bJiCTiAi M - ft r Just-as-go- What is CASTOR A Ice-cap- arising-therefrom- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Always Bought Best for Furniture h. CASTOR rA 30 &k Congro-gattonallst- s, i BSfiW. halr-spllttln- RUMIJ1 I.L rVywiii' fW aratvi&WlWrii aesse, ta. S.W '32 WM AUTOMOBILES ! JUST RECEIVED a TVe ' c CR LOAD . of CHEVROLET ROADSTERS and TOURING CARS Touring Car, $885; Roadster, $865, ht Cars. Overland Light 4, $1,020. See us for prices of these also handle the Overland and Willys-KnigSines. We have a big supply of PARTS for CHEVROLET CARS, tjie only point in Ohio County where they may 3?e lound. Taylor & Morris Motor Company HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY STEADS ODDLY STRUNG sound' CfByl. D. Claire.) 73a ghost of John Barleycorn vr&3 Uhrough the Democratic novelt ls th0 Inspiration Human uappiness. of HECREATIOX. the R. P. Brown property, on Goshen road. i CltOSnVELL. Miss Maurlno Taylor Is very ill. Mr. Avrey Stewart is in Louisville, purchasing a spring stock of goods for Stewart and Son. Most nil who had flu are out now. Tho entire family of J. J. Jamagln have it, nono aro seriously 111 the baby,, who has pnoumonla. It hail not fully recovered from an atttack of pneumonia beforo taking flu and pneumonia. W, S. Martin. Cashier of tho First National Bank, Boiso City, Okla., is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Martin, and other relatives. Stone ls one or our boys who has mads good in the West. Ho left hero In 1911 and says, he has seen more mud since he hns been hero than during tin whole time out there. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Collins aro That there ls a great lack of The city churches, with their fres- - proper recreation for the people, old visiting relatives here. Messrs. B. J. French and John coed walls and towering spires and and young, In Ohio County, ls shown high salaried ministers, are strangers uy the community study made In Pierce were in town Wednesday, on , to that humble piety and simple re- - i twelve precincts of the county. To business. Mr. Less Taylor and family, who ligion that sanctifies the humbla the question asked, "How do is. MewTnrk dentist announces the "nieetin' house." j dren, young people and' adults spend have been in Akron, Ohio, have reProof ii ijMah Is an instrument pectheir leisure time?" following are turned to make their future home uliar tflamaslng to health. What ls genius, by seeking some of the answers: 1. Idleness, here. , 'She jsonr layman to do' to conservo Mr. Sam Stevens, who has been an easier way to success than the playing cards, etc." 2. "Children In 'ArtaKh when the doctors can't thorny path of toll, must often black mischief, young men and adult men ill of pneumonia, is reported better, axrsuS the boots of industrious mediocrity. play cards and occasionally the young at this writing. Look out for Francis Haley. She men play base ball." 3. "Majority in "President Wilson may soon he When theology abandons the time-wor- n idleness." 4. "Loafing on Streets, lms gotten rfd of all her boarders! of the "lone nlarlncr" on Mr. B.""M. Jones and family left gospel of authority and convicts playing ball etc." 5. "The children Siis iiijnlnlstratlon ship. men of the Immutable truth that the play various games unsupervised; Saturday for Owensboro, where they i go to make their home. conIt sin is Tiif'besl compensation for the high wages of world. ,death, has will Its most attend' the picture shows and Mrs. S. D. Taylor, who has been lost Flat vert the auto ride." coat at living ls that fewer men can visiting her children at West Frankforce. Men must be shown the opTo the question, 'How many of the aCIu.nl la lead doublo lives. 111., has returned home. eration of inexorable law. following organizations are there: fort, Mrs. N. G. Boswell, of Horse o Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, Girl Utayim ! am a partial friend, hut town Saturday. "V" EDUCATIONAL SEItVICE Scouts, Y. M, C. A., and Y. W. C. A.?' Branch, was in SlrijjrHepubllcaiuparty appointed mo ' Mr, Shelby Bcwket, of Centcrtown', Young Men's Christian Asso- all the answers were "None." The of pne to select a candi-cla2- z a In town Wednesday, on business. The quesionalre showed that thero was Sor United States senator I ciation has a national plan of Edu men who, belong- - Is no special recreation for women. "WHiaM name Flem D. Sampson, Judge cational Service for XEW TELEI'IIOXE 3LVXAGER n ike .Appellate Court, He Is one ed to the uniformed force of the In general tho recreation of the couniurtjjt who would have the boys United States in the Great War, which ty takes the form of ice cream supincludes vocational guidance, lec- pers, barbaenes, "old time parties" Mr. J. W. O'Bannon, of Carrollton, all eating for him. tures, and free scholarships in and community singing. These forms is the newly nppofnted managor for "a Xtnulsvllle man divorced his wife schools, colleges and universities, and of recreation are commendable and the local telephone exchange and he Bmrsrase she was more devoted to her in many kinds of home study cor- wo wish there were more of them, took charge March I succeeding Mr. tins X.hnn to her husband. 'Knowing respondence courses. This plan is especially the community singing. Chambers, who recently resigned. Mr. wtfio the loyalty of both dogs and being operated through the State There was also a very valuable and O'Bannon and his wife are occupying ' mrfs&ntls, wo are not inclined to dis- Committee of the Y. M. C. A., and enjoyable Farmers' Chautauqua at rooms at the. liomo oC Mr. and Mrs. Clem Price. RussellTillo Messenger. unite that her choice was well taken the local City and County Associa- Beaveri Dam last summer. tions. One of the big reasons why the FAMILY KXTEXtf THANKS. rll Is unfortunately true that the! Each City or County Association is cities draw the young people from the Tnoj a man is in love with his work authorized to appoint an educational country districts- ,1s the recreational Service Committee, which will re- opportunities of the cities In contrast Tho body of Ronda Sandefur was UiefiusM he is In lo.ve with people. for scholarships to the dearth of play In the country. interred at Cool Springs, Ivy., on the ceive applications men who are Inter- iTho people of moderate means z afternoon of Fob. 23. Funeral ser'Cliat little tragedy of woman from falling, staged by ested ih securing further education off to the cities or on .vacations fre- vices were conducted by Rev Ward iuhmhKhtr and man autid Eve in the primeval car- - to prepare themselves for a larger quently but the man and his family Taylor, of Roslne, who delivered an Icx, lias, run on down steadily thru and more useful career and who neoJ. out in the country who lack funds aUie and sympitthotic'surmon Mr. We Horace are deprived financial ?ht ?a. and has lost nothing of its Purpose. assistance to attain tlieir all know tho of this oppoitmilty. and the choirTaylor, of Beaver a Dam, led saying, "All work service and gave beautiful . '.ofwert to the curious multltudo , A On or about March 20th., the Com- - no play makes Jack a drill boy." Tils talk to the young, people present. of soi rowing agelniittee will award scholarships in lo- - applies to grown people as well as, to large congregation U .youth had the wisdom of friends and relatives attended the jfl.l me the vigor of youth, what a cal or near-b- y schools and In cor- - children. ranging in courses, rospoudence One Red Cross Chapter in tho Lake funeral. airxsjant world we would live In. Tho entire family, composed of F. , value from $10 to $100 to the moU Divifalon, believing: that recreation purpose worthy candidates, as far as the lim- - was one of tho greatest needs of Uie L. Sandefur and Jennie B. Sandefur, r a man with a definite unci lo.ioa; will people, put on a recreation program father and mother; Owen C and lpm. Hkn imniGV itettlnu. is its or tuo District r,J ... ... o Hugh L brothers and Dorothy Nell permit. Those scholarships will about nine month ago. Tho -j necessity. hi-tGood, sister, extend their thanks to tho peoorganized. were free tuition and, under certain may also include other clean picture shows, entertainments ple of Newcastle, lnd., for their ninny Us'ta. and trashy as tho term may conditions, expenses. Tho scholar- and lectures anilcommunlty singing acts and words of kindness, and esnecessary ship becomes effective at once. Tl'ose wore given free of charge each week pecially to Rodney and Roy Fulton may write C. O. Hunter, in the school buildings an,d churehos to tho boys of his boarding houso, to lartford, Ky or Supervisor Y. M. C of the country. Many people have tho Young MenV Bible Class, to the been watching this experiment and teachers and students of tho Business A., Bld'g., Louisville, Ky. WHY FEED HOGS already there Is a big improvement in College, whore ho attended school, S and gimei al to tho Baptist Sunday School, to J ,'.', Th Eat More Than . One result W. Corf and family, to A. P. Jetter-bor- g E. S of this was the unusually nttet.ful ILAo io Make County noard of Education tne oamc for their beautiful floral ofHoward, S. S. O. C. sjroet fair put on by the people of fering and to the many home people You Carowth? When Dlv. No. 1 Jl. A. dwen, Hartford; tho county. Some of the counties of who have been so kind and helpful Can Get the to us and for (he numerous letters a Kentucky aro planning to Routo C program on a .unall feealo of sympathy and condolence that wo Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dun- under tho direction of the Rod Cioss. havo received. THE FAMILY. dee. i L1VIA, ROUTE 1 Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslne. DUKKHURST. Div. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Mr. Joe Evans is very sick with Mr, Leslie Combs, of Hartford, Dlv. No. C Nat Lindloy, Center-toworysipelas. j3t!iwt m Miss Ophelia French has returnad spent Wednesday of last weok her'', guest relatives. of Examiners: E. S County Wsudi makes the nicest Howard, Hoard Blrdlo Mldklff and homo, after spending the pabt two theMr. and of Roniney Helton are Mrs. Mrs. weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Chaillo f ircisMfd hotr in the world and Ira Jones. tho parents of a baby boy, born reMartin, of Bell's, Run. Mr. Otis Clark spent Friday night cently. Is pig producer, the Toachers Institute, Sept. 13th reat Mrs. Tone Baughn spent last weok 17th. with Mr. Frank Westorfield and faminclined to rogue, and EXAMINATIONS ily, of near Pleasant Ridgo. Mrs. in Hartford, tho guest of her sister, knew of one to catch Common School Diploma May 14 Westerfleld Is very ill with consump- Mrs. Lon Ralph. Mr. Ivan Allen, of Chicago, is and in at Hartford, Heaver Dam tion. iiMcken. and Fordsvllle.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mosloy and hero for an extended vJslt with relahave young pigs, both May 21 and 22 County Teachers' children Bpont Friduy night with Mr. tives. (White). Mr. Otis Mosley. Sex. illSO bred and Unbred Examinationand at29 Hartford, Teachers and Mrs. are sovorai cases of Influ- Springs, Edward inLee, of Sulphur County visited this, vicinity SatMay 28 Thero gUls, tried SOWS, excellent ExamInotlon at Hartford. (Colored). enza in this vicinity. urday and Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Burden spent School is progre&sing nicely at XnaSe. Juno 18 and 19 County and State at Kronos, tho guests Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle, Holbrook school house, under tho tho week-en- d Would be pleased to have (White). management of Mrs. I. S. Mason of friends. . Wcsterfiolrt, of Dundee, Mr. 3TOT3 COine and give OUr StOCK Mrs. Susie Fuqua and children, of Juno 25 and 2C County and State Pedigree fur- - Toachoia' Examination at Hartford, Masonvllle, spent Friday with her spent Saturday and Sunday with his ; look-OVei- '. daughter, Mrs. Rnjuuoy Helton, and sister Mrs. Elmer Wilson. Biased AVith all Sales. Ad- - lCQMr. Helton. md isCounty and State UEAVKIt DAM. Tho Oil Company shipped a car of Toaohers' Examination at Hartford, 'WfSS, oil from here this weok. "vjit.) UKTALL P. BENNETT Mr. and Mrs. J .D. Miller spent Messrs. Frank Davis and Gilbert Ky. Toachors' Examination at Hartford, Keown havo gono to Akron, Ohio ."RttSatG 7 Hartford, with Mr. and Mrs. last week-en- d (Colored). Mr Georgo Romans has moved to Almond Duke, of near Suiinyclalo. .aiomo 1'liuno 108 1 rings. chil-count- ry at tho Haynes Burying grounds, Sunday aftcrnoou. Mr, Roberts was near 70 years old and widely known throughout the County, having been In the hotel nnd ilory business in Fordsvillo for several years and Jn ttio hotel business nt Hartford for qnltc n time, besides having . been prominent in County politics all of ex-co- pt his life. CLEAR RUN. 1s irt I Mr. Earl Thomassou, of noar Hcf-ll- n, Is moving here, to his farm which ho purchased from tho late Perry Kirk. Mr. James Evcrling's family havo had tire flu, but have about recovered. Mrs. Bessie Kirk, of Taffy visited bor panints, of Harnett tr Cnsok. who J. C. Roberts aro sick, last oiturday Mrs. Emma Hoover visited friends Mr. Sam C. Roberts died at his hoirui near Fordsvllle, Saturday, af- and relatives near Beda, last week. Mr. Jlmmlo D. Hoover vil! liMvo ter and illness of considerable duration, of cancer of Clio liver. the latter part of" this Mlt for DeBarlnl of the remains took place troit, Michigan. Y --- J VJ -- ! ' ,, - u .'.i' pro-vld- tun-munltl- es OH! I See!.; 0;" SS'k fe f - -u O.LC n. a I nver a We least ,' lB jM W m AlwaysWelcome "You little rascal-play- ed Kept grandma waiting I II ill III I 1 ill I llllilll I I along tho Way, dUn't you? Oh well, it's ell light. Because 9 E H K M M wALiUlwlEiT is always right. It' Vioxih waiting for. Always we!. come. Never ahuks its woik. Never fails. Never wastes minutes or materials and I know it's pure and wholesome, as Calumst contains only such Ingredients i as have bee? approved oiiicially by tho U. b. 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