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Subscription $1.50 per Year. 19, 1920. tute reservation to Article X by a vote of 56 to 20 removed tho last obstacle to a voto on the treaty itself, although a number 'of other quostlons remain to be settled first. Fourteen Democrats voted with tho m?Jority, but that number was less than half of the strength wnlch arden: ratUSca-Uonls- ls had promised to deliver Administration leaders scemed without fear that their forces would crumble sufficiently to enable the Republicans to raUfy the pact with tho objectionable reservation to X, which President Wilson !et it bo known through Senator Hitchcock he would not accept. The preamble to the treaty is one of the minor questions to be considered before the ratification voto is taken. Another Is Senato' proposal .that tho.Brltlsh protectorate over Egpt should be regarded as "merely a measure to preserve tho and Independence of Egypt during the war" which was to be taken uptoday. With the disposal orthe Article X qualification, the limit on debate expired. In the opinion of most Senators, It will not be necessary to restrict speeches again. .ir-tlc- le HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, sibly Into a state of anarchy and giv ing tho Communists tho opportunity thoy had long waited to foist tin Soviet doctrines upon Germany. Grnvo Situation Aoliled. Tho situation for n timo was fraught with alarming possibilities, particularly If tho strike should to tho railroads. The Immediate consequence of this would havo been tho speedy starvation of Berlin. Tho most liberal estimates placed Berlin's food supply at less than eight days. Ths state of affairs was recognized In all Its seriousness also by the Ebert government. Tiorefore, hope Is detained hero that an ngreement will be roached by the twb contending governments and that the streets of Berlin will soon bo cleared of wire entanglements, machine guns and nrmed troops. has Altho this counter-revolutio- n thuB far been tho most orderly of any In tho history of a great country, It has not passed without tho clashing In various of arms and bloodshed. cities fighting has occurred, participated In both by mobs and by troops, and todny soveral persons wore killed and others wounded In disorders In tho suberbs of Berlin when rltlea nnd machlno gyns were turned upon the crowds. Hand grenades also were exploded In front of the headquarters of Gen. von Luttwltz, tho reactionary minister of defense, but did no great dam-ag- o, indicating merely tho spirit of 'opposition. Much Interest should attach to the meeting of tho National Assembly which has been called for Tuesday nt Stuttgart. Tho action of tho assembly, If tho meeting Is held, should havo a potent effect In clearing up tho gravo situation which has arisen In tho post few days. fr ox-te- nd FRIDAY, MARCH NUMBER 38 R. R. COMMISSION TO OE UTILITIES DOARD REAR ADMIRAL SIMS KIEL SHELLED BY GERMAN CRUISER ' UNFOLDS WAR STORY New Cabinet, Early , Elections With People Voting Promise y Dcrltn, March IE. In fighting at Dortmund, Westphalia, sev-orpersons wero killed or wounded Tho ,blg smelting works there are completely Idle. It Is stated that n Soviet government has been proclaimed in Dochum Is and Essen. Frankfort-on-Mal- n to he In tho hands of the worktho ers. Workmen havo stormed xallway station at Hanover. Tho workers at Chemnitz, Saxony, .have formed a provisional committee of action consisting of threo Socialists, threo Independents and three disTho commlttco Communists. armed the volunteers battalion and the Alio homo guard and removed bourgeoisie from tho security guard. Three thousand armed workmen occupied tho railway station, postofflco and town hall and havo assumed power In tho surrounding towns. The publication of burgeolslo newspapers has been forbidden. The government of tho principality of Rouss has been deposed and tho establishment of a Soviet republic there Is expected. nl ed Fear Of Raid Against U. S. American Troops On Rhine Get Full Battle Transports Brought Equipment To Light , Will Have Jurisdiction Over Steam Boats, Tele-- s graph &c. Frankfort, Ky March 16. Thn State Railroad Commission will become practically a public utilities commission under bills enacted today and favored by Governor Morrow. The Housso this morning, on motion of Representative Richardson, called out and passed the Senate bill giving the commission Jurisdiction over Joint freght rates and then concurred in Senate amemlmpnta tn tho Lazarus bill giving it Jurisdiction over rates and service of telephone, tolegraph, steamboat, express and na tural gas lines. Representative McLellen opposed the Joint Rates bill and Renresp.nt.-i- tive Lazarus opposed any action ov erruling the Rules Committee Representative Meyers endeavored to commlte the Lazarus bill, and after ward to have It considered In Committee of the Whole, but failed in both. Governor Morrow this morning signed the Smith bill creating of State highways and the bill requiring railroads fifty miles Ions to give passenger service each way daily. After concurring in Senate amendments to the bill regulating traffic and placing a horse-powtax on automobiles, the House this afternoon rescinded its action and refused to concur in the provision for the compensation of County Clerks for issuing licenses, and the bill was Bos-wosent to conference. Speaker er -- March 15. Tho counterrevolution in Germany appears tonight to havo reached tho end of tho road. Thero Is a strong probability that shortly ono government will bo in control nnd that President Ebert wU como back to Derlln with uls Berlin, A basis of agreement between the government set up by Dr. Wolflgang Kapp, as chancellor,, and the government of President Ebert Is enunciated in a declaration Jssucd by the present Berlin government today. Announcement Is made that negotiations with a'sottlomcnt In view have been openY ed between tho two governments at tho instance of Prsldent Ebert, and his associates. There Is, however, no direct confirmation of this from Khert, who Is understood to bo nt Briefly, Chancellor Kapp Is ngreea-bl- o to tho continuance In office of tho "present Imperial president," Fried-ric- h Ebert; ho renounces tho formaof n now ministry and places tho tion direction of affairs In tho hands of tho undersecretaries ot.stato. Tho agreement ns sotforth by Chancellor Kapp provides for h cabinet, which shall Include "professional ministers," or experts; elections withtho in two months for members of Reichstag and tho Prussian Nationan al Assembly, nnd subsequently for "Imperial President" by election tho people until which time Ebert hnll hohl tho reins of power. Strike Considered Crime. Ono significant clause In tho says:. "Tho now and old decKovernineuts shollriBsuo a Joint present conditions laration that under against a general strike Is a crime Heroin lies tho tho German explanation of tho proposed settlement, for tho general strike, as often weapbefore, has proved an offectlvo nlroady has felt Its on. Germany Berlin sinister effect, for tho strike In cities and many of tho other principal cut off of the country Immediately of transportation, supplies, means light and heat. his Ebert It was Prcsldont upon thoand Socialwho called ministers tho pooplo ists tho workmon and all a general strike, and thero to declare response-twas an Instant and effective call. Labor fiercely resisted this - reactlory the usurpation of thoA vast number of men government. serious disorders left their work and parts of the counin various occurrod suptry Chancellor Kapp and hiswould announced that they porters harshly with strikes or positive existing order in resistance to the tho leaders of tho Berlin. Ono of voicing the sent .counter revolution, said: "Wo won't the others, Cckli down to the Socialists and can run workmen, who think they country." , tho Notwithstanding tho government fl has of drastic measures, it that neUher Dr Kapp evident -nor Mai. Gen. von uuunvwi- to tho test warnings ngio Put their been Inoodshed would then have evitable, plunging the country pos pec-plo.- ministers. WOOD OUT FRONT Army Man Gets Plurality Over Field - In Minn. Primary. St. Paul, Minn., March 10 Minnesota's Republican preference primary, held last night In rain, sleet and snowstorms and terrific gales, t gave Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood a plurality of 4,000 votes over Sonator Hiram Johncon of California, on the faco of avallnblo returns. Herbert Hoover, not an avowed candidate, received such strong sup- nort In St. Paul and Minneapolis that returns from 450 precincts showed him leading Gov. Frank O. Lowden of Illinois by moro thnn 1,000 votes. Tho latest tabulation showed the following vote: Wood, 12,027; Johnson, 8,517; Hoover, 4,486 and Lowden 3,510. Tho totals Include a majority of tho precincts In St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tho returns from tho rural districts wero vory slow coming In, and lato FISCAL COURT IX In tho night all wires were prostrated TWO DAYS' SESSION by tho high winds nnd snow. c Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court was in special session Tuesday and WedSOUTHERX RAILWAY REFUSES U. S. PLAN nesday ot this week, with Judge Cook presiding nnd tho following Atlanta, Ga., March 16, Believing Justices present: m Ed Shown, B. C. that tho remarkable prosperity of tho Rhoads, B. F. Rice, W. U. uaugnoriy, South will bo continued Indefinitely, and Geo. W. Rowe. Squire Brown tho Southom railway system will re- and Stevens wore absent on account ly on Its own earnings Instead of of sickness and W. S. Dpan is in accopting the "standard return" of Florida, where ho went some tlmo of 1 ago. 5V6 per cont with an extra The Court had several Tractor and per cont for Improvements, provided In tho transportation act. Uilvert Representatives before It, This decision was learned tonight each always anxious and ready to exaftor tho rotum of President Fu'rfnx plain his wares and the finer points Harrison from a trip over tho sys; etc. Tho Court appointed Committem, which convinced him that con- tees to Investigate prices, quality nnd ditions wore such that tho Southern otuer points of Interest to tho Counlines would equal or surpass the ty and will not purchaso before tho Government's guarantee, amounting April term, to which time tho Court In this particular Instance to about adjourned, partly In deforenco to the $2,500,000 annually. absent members, It being very deRoads affected by tho decision are sirous that tho full Court "be present tho Southern railway, Cincinnati, whon Important actlonllke the purNew Orleans & Texas Pacific, Ala- chaso of Tractors and Culverts Is up County Clerk bama Great Southern and Now Or- for Vonslderatlon. Blankenship did the clerical work leans & Southeastern. for the Court. County.Attorneyi. ' MRS 1IAXXAH. PARK D. Kirk was also present. . i Washington, March 15 A hitherto unpublished story of wartlmo anxiety In London and Washington lest German battle cruisers attojiipt foflorn hope raid agalnsi Amerlcin transports was .disclosed today to the Senate Naval Investigating Committee) by Rear Admiral Sims. Messages exchanged by Admiral .Benson Chief of Operations and Admiral Sims In July, 1918, wore presented by the latter to correct "Implications" which, he said, Secretary Daniels had mnde to the committee that "general plansfand policies wero none of my business." ' Included In plans formed by the Navy Department to meet such raids and rejected by Admiral Sims as 'impractical"' was a proposal to call on Japan for a battle cruiser division to servo with the American Atlantic fleet. AdtlstMl Use of Battleships. In the spring of 191S, Admiral Sims said, when the submarine menace had been overcome, naval officials In London became apprehensive that the Germans might as a last venture, send out battle cruisers in the hope of destroying an American convoy. Admiral Sims said he cabled that everything possible would bo'dono to Intercept raiding German cruisers, but that there could not be any guarantee that enemy battle cruisers would not reach tho open Atlantic He advised guarding undetected. United States troop convoys with battleships. "God Was With Us." Only the fact that "God was with us" saved early troop ship convoys Admiral from German torpedoes. Sims declared. "Good luck" was with the department, he Insisted, as the enemy had advance Information of the sailing of convoys and destroyers through tho department's use of an old and unsafe codo. Data regarding tho first convoy was thus obtained by the enemy, ho said, and the transports Do Kalb and Savannah, carrying thousands of troops, narrowly escaped destruction. This was the sixth day on which Admiral Sims has read to tho commlt-te- o from his prepared statement, and ho does not expect to conclude It be fore Thursday. Officers who served on his staff in Europo will follow him. x -- Chancellor Kapp resigns in favor of Ebert, London is informed. by German Kiel Is bombarded cruiser, 400 reported, killed when Workmen's quarters are raked by navy guns. German monarchists, believing Council will not reopen hostilities, plan jointly with Russian Soviets to invade Russian Poland. Revolt hands' Germany over to Bolshevik!, says French Communists whose prediction Is echoed by moderates in Paris. will reorganize the Ludendorff Russian Soviet army. Full field equipment is being issued to the 18,000 A'merican soldiers on the Rhine. Credit of $l,000,000i000 to Germany proposed in Congress by New York Representative. Previous advices to State Department vare borne out by revolution, In that Junkers, military and Industrial groups planned coup to overthrow Ebert and win economic control over Russia. Washington believes If Kapp falls another attempt will be made. Chairman Kahn, of the House Military Committee, will ask Wilson to fix the status bf tho Army of n) Occu-p'atlb- m MRS. BLACK ILL. ' n. Zn Mrs. Hannah Park died at tho homo of her son, John Park, ot Red Hill, Daviess County, Monday after noon, nfter "jelng In poor health for soveral years, tubercular trouble being tho direct cause of her death. The remains were burled Tuesday at Red iltll. 'Mrs. Park was the widow of.WH-llaIirPark, who preceded her in death some years ago. The family formerly resided In this county, near Beda, and havo a largo .r.mber of and relatives friends survlvlug throughout the County. WAR DEPARTMENT INSISTS LIVE SOLDIER IS "DEAD" Haverhill. Mass, March 13. cing Altho the parents of Adolph E. Roy. returned oversans soldier, now woi I- m In a local factory, havo previously notified ths government lha& their son, reported by the War Department as being dead, is very much alive, the government apparently 1ialats that he Is dead. They forwarded to tho parents, as tho "nearest ,ot kin" a French war memorial awarded Roy. ( Tho American Army of Occupation numbering 18,4)00 men, Is being Issued full field equipment under orders Issued before the German revolution YEGGMEN BUSY There have been no movements, howany ever, to reinforce any positions or Of Securities military activities as well as those Woodbiirn Bank Looted Gone. Stsnnps, $0,000 occuconcerned with policing the pied 'territory. YcggmanT believed to have been The total allied forces along tho the same who havo - operated in Rhine are estimated at slightly more various sections of the State in the than 100,000 men. past four months, last night , blew m open the vault of the Bank of Wood-burLOUISVILLE 3IAKKETS at Woodburn, Warren County, Bowling Green proved a twelve miles south of Cattle Midweek trade and rifled deposit boxes, escaping fair one and prices on a parity with with $2,S00 In bonds and War Savthe first day of 'the week. Continued ings Stamps, $200 In cash, $600 In activity in the best light butchers at stamps and $G,000 In notes. and postage steady to strong rates. Medium The robbery Is believed by Bowinferior kinds slow and unchanged. bank heavy steers ling Green authorities and tho Prlmo Quotations: officials to have been committed by $12 013; heavy shipping steers $11 four men who passed through Bov-lln- g 12; medium steers $10 011; light Green In a Cadillac automobl'i steers $9010; fat heifers' $S011.5O: without a license tag at 1:15 o'clock (QUO; medium cows $5.50 fat cows $7 this morning. The. men stopped it 7; cutters $4.75 05.50; .canneri Imperial Garage for water an-- l bulls $6.5009.50; do proceeded north, according to $4.5004.75; then feeders $8 10.25; stockors $7 09.-25- ; Henry Owens. choice milch cows $1000120. Bank officials havo offered a remedium $70100;common $50070 ward of $1,000 for tho apprehension Calves Market active at Tues of the day's advance. Best veals $ 15.50 --L Door Blasted Open. 16; medium $7010; common $5 06. The cracksmen drilled through the Hogs An active demand continues combination of tho vault and then for the good weight swine and prices blow the door open with nitroglycer on that kind 25c higher; others steain. Safety deposit boxes wero pried dy Best hogs, 250 pound up $14.-7- open and their contents removed 1G5 to 250 pounds $15.75; 120 stamps Money, bonds and to 1Q5 pounds $12.25; pigs, 90 to were taken, while insurance policies 120 pounds $13.25; 90 pounds down property deeds and other papers wora $11.50; throwouts $12 down. discarded and strewn on tho floor. PRODUCE. Tho bank safe was not tampered Local produce dealers quote buy- with. It contained $10,000. 'follows,-ne- t to shippers, ing prices as worth of Six hundred uollars the shipper paying freight and dray-ag- e postage stamps belonged to the post-o- ff charges: ce. Mrs. Vlrgle Potter Is postEggs Candled 3Sc dozen. master. Postofflco Inspectors wero Butter Country 30c lb. The Informed of tho circumstances. Poultry Hens 30c lb; largo spring thieves overlooked $26 belonging to chickens 25 030c lb.; small spring tho Government. chickens 2C30c lb.; old roosters safety deposit boxes Twenty-fiv- e 15010c lb;, stags 20024c lb.; dux in tho vault were ransacked. 22025c lb.; turkeys 35040c lb.; Tho robbery was discovered by tho geeso 1G019C lb.; guineas 30035c bank cashier. The only person up apiece. all night aj Woodburn was Clint Hob-dtho railroad telegraph operator. .MAY VOTE THIS WEEK reported havlni; Several parsons OX TREATY RATIFICATION heard a noise that resembled tho slam 6t a door during tho night, but they Senate all thought It was caused by the wlud Washington, March 16 leaders worked 'today for an agree Residents of Woodburn wero unament to voto on ratification of he1 ware of the operation of tho robbon Peace Treaty this week, so that tho until the theft was discovered this pact might be sent to President Wil- morning. Tho case has caused muca son or laid aside to pormlt considera- excitement in tho community. tion of. other business. The robbery was tho eighth vault If the ratification voto falls of tho and safe blown by yeggmen In Kenmajority, a mo- tucky In four months. In addition necessary tion to reconsider Is expected Imme- an unsuccessful attempt was mado diately probable by majority leaders, to rob a bank at Adalrville. Tho in the hopo of stampeding somo ot amount of loot obtained from all tho opposition Into changing their operations Is estimated at $50,000. votes. It was admitted the situation FOR SALE. held many possibilities, In view of the urgent representations that havo My house and lot in Hartford, Ky been made for ratifying the treaty to stabilize world conditions. Tho price is right. LOUIS T. RILEY. Adoption yesterday of the substl- - 30tt n, safe-blower5; war-sav!ntwo-thir. Mrs. T. H. Black has been seriously for the past few days and her condition became such Wednesday, that Dr. Samuels, of Louisville, was called He arrived here Wednesday night and atter an examination pronoumed tho trouble as appendicitis and an oporatlon necessary. Under the circumstances It was deemed best to convey Mrs. Black to Louisville for the oporatlon. She, was accordingly taken to that City yesterday afternoon. 111 rth Representatives Neel, Carlo and Bryson to represent the Houfte: The House blR Included a compensation "to the Clerk of 40 cents for each license to be taken out of the license fee. The Senate amendment changed the Clerk's compensation and would require the automobile owner to pay it, in addition to tho license fee. Mussel Shell Question Up. Tho mussel shell question came up again in the House in the form oC'a Joint resolution offered by Representative Huntsman, author of the defeated mussel shell bill. The resolution recites that Indiana concerns are mining coal under the bed ot the Ohio River, within the jurisdiction of Kentucky, and mussel shell fishers are gathering mussel shells from tho river. It dirpcts the Tax Commission to close the field as far as mark on the Indiana shore, to take such proceedings as ar9 necessary to protect the Interests of the State in these rcsourses, and to make a report to the next General Assembly, recommending legislation for their conservation and the production of revenue. After a bitter debate, in which Representatives from several Ohio River counties spoke against the res olution, It was, adopted, 51 to 34. YOUXG SOLDIER DEAD. low-water appointed of 'measles, followed -- by pneumonia. The Remains wefo conveyed to Rock- -, port Sunday and thence to South Hill. Butler county, where the interment too' place Monday. ALLIED FORCES ARE IX COXSTAXTINOPLEConstantinople, March 16. Con- Earl Klrby a young soldier, stationed at Camp Knox, died the latter part of last week, from the effects y, stantinople was occupied this morning by Allied forces under Gen. Sir George F. Milne ot tho British array. This long looked for military demonstration by the Allies against Turkey was carried out with only ono untoward happening, a serious clash at retho War Office whero i"i sisted tho Allied troops. . An oxchange of shots resulted in which several Punjabi of the British East Indian forces and a few of the Turks were killed. the-Turks Tho excitement caused by the occupation quieted down before darkness, which brought absolute calm. ' MARRIAGE LICENSES. Raymond Chick, Beaver "Dam, to Muriel Martin. Beaver Dam, Aaron Aklns, Rockport, to Ruth'B.. ,.' . Dunn, Rockport, "W J - ' Wf lEffif IEVICES OF portunlty call up by telephono the Various apartments In the hulldlnj. BRYAN WILLING TO Apartments In which his calls wept OTURE ffsrentUimnn , WAR, THEME answered were promptly chocked off his list but thoso from which no response came were marked for n ran- ENTER RACE' AGAIN Amazing Success Has Been - Avers Wireler.s And .Airships Will Add TTo Horrors About Tanlac Lincoln, Neb., March 13. Should Tanlac, the Celebrated Medicine Which Has Been Sixteen million bottles sold William J. Bryan's nomination for In llvo years. Remarkable Results in the United States the presidency "bo demanded" unAt present rate of salc3 der certain conditions, he would feel grand totnl will reach 20,000,-00- 0 and Canada, Will Now Be Sold in Hartford, By Dr. L. It his duty to "consider It," ho said bottles by end of present year. In a statement Issued hero tonight. B. Bean Remarkable Sales Record of Sixteen Million Large nnd modern laboratoHo does not desire tho nomination, ries nt Dayton, Ohio, occupy but feels that ho owes it to progresCO, 000 squaro feet of floor Bottles Phenomenal and Unprecedented. sive Democracy to go to tho party's space. Capacity of plant recently national convention "to holp in opdoubled. to take care of rapidly posing tho reactionaries and friends increasing business. Present of the saloon," according to tho stateTanlac, the celebrated medicine which has been accomBranch plant recently estabment. lished in Canada, with a plishing such remarkable results throughout the United Mr. Bryan's statement took 30,000 bottles dally, tho ity of S.000 bottles dally. States and Canada, and which has been having phenomenform of. a personal answer to request. for preparation has that ho enter tho presidential race. al sale wherever it has been introduced, will now be sold brok.n nil world's records for Ho said he 'recognized It to bo tho snmo length of time, nnd Is conin Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean, the amazing success achievduly of the' citizen to respond to calU stantly increasing. Publicly Indorsed through of his country In peace or war." ed by this medicine in only live years' time is not only tho dally press by men of promHopes Situation Won't Arise. inence throughout tho United phenomenal, but unprecedented. "If the situation became such that States and Canada, Including my nomination was actually .demandThe discovery of Tanlac, the beginning of its manufacsupremo court Judges, mayors The Best Lnviitlvc. of lending cities, lnwyers, doced, as In time of war n soldier's life ture, the establishment of the large and modern laborators, bankers, state and govern"My sedentary habits have nece's-slate- d is demanded on the battlefield- - I ment officials, prominent edutories at Dayton, Ohio, occupying more than 60,000 feet of n the use of an occasional laxa- would feel I should consider It," he miniscators and floor space, reads more like fiction than facts from latter-da- y ters of the Gospel. tive. I have tried many but found said. Now sold from coast to "I hope that no such situation will nothing better than Chamberlain's commercial history. const and from Gulf to Great Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, arise, and I do not now see any probLakes, throughout the United Hardwlck, Vt. Mr. Daniels Is proprie- ability that such a situation will Sixteen Million Bottles Sold in Five Years States and Cnnndn. tor of the Hardwlck Inn, ono of the arise. Tanlac Is purely vegetable and Is composed of tho most Mr. Bryan said tho demands of m moaei noteis or :sew England. Although placed on the market but little more than five roots and herbl beneficial public life for thirty years had de.mpIliuG- known to science. Formula years ago, over sixteen million bottles have been sold, and prived him of the companionship of Aww.wiinK to TO. Branly, Franco's mixck pie fok pmsoxEi; complies with all national and CONTAINED SAYS, FILES iii3 family and that he now deslrcc its sales record probably lias never been equaled in the state pure foor health laws of 'Chief wireless expert, nobody will be United States nnd Canada. "to look forward to a few years of sale, j?TKn3nr behind the actual flghf-In- s history of the drug trade in America. Absolute merit responsible Denver, March 12. Police are uninterrupted happiness nt home." tentL Wireless methods of defdr unprecedented success. From coast to coast and from Gulf to the Great Lakes vvill have reached such an still searching for a pretty, young where he could devoto his time tc struction extraordinary development, he de girl, who left a mince pie with a Jail had not lost Interest In public que. Tanlac is known and honored. Millions have taken it clares, in tho course of tho next ten er at the city Jail here to bo given Ilterary work. He added that ho WORLD'S RECORD and have pronounced it the greatest medicine of-al- l time. burglar, tions, but preferred to aid young men or Vrzwy years that people will have Howard Bershly, to "carry on the people's cause." No matter where you go throughout the United States, seriously to consider the building of who Is held for trial. BROKEN BY TANLAC whether East, West, North or South, sabtKryaincan cities became on tha When the young lady called-a- t the Sees Mighty Tnsk. Tanlac is a household city Jail she was informed that It "Wo have great issues beforo us," aniTase nf tho earth thcro will be no word and is now unquestionably the most widely talked of security lor Jifo. M. Branly regards would be necessary for her to secure he said, "and mighty work for thoss the en it 3as nation of wireless telegra-Sh- y a permit from the office of the chief who are willing to put. tho welfare Over Four Million Bottles medicine in the world today. cratf aviation as one which will of police before seeing Bershly. She of the public above their own ease Briefly, this is the record of the truly marvelous mediSold in 1919 the Fifth decide, ihe prime characteristics of asked a Jailer to keep the pie until ind, comfort and risk all In tho procine which will now be placed within the reach of every 3he could secure the permit. Becom- tection- of the common people fror the- nuai war. Year of Its History 'TJi progress In aviation Is fraught ing suspicious when she failed to re tho assaults of privilege! one. In only a few weeks' time ft will be placed on safe with Jhft .fllrest possibilities since It turn, the Jailer opened the pie and "Besides not desiring tho nominain practically every large city, town, village and! hamlet is srw iinsx to transport enormous discovered a fine assortment of hack- tion, I think it Is my duty to the proTanlac has brought n new Quantities of explosives at unheard-o- f saws and files, evidently to be used gressive Democrats of the nation' to throughout the entire section. the spewi," said M. Branly. "Tho only by Bershly in sawing his way to go as a delegate to the national con- story ofcommercial world. It Is the acceptance and apprecia an way-r- i prevent tho wholesale slaug- freedom. vention if Nebraska Democrats de- - tion of merit never beforo attained Or; hter ot aoncombatants In tho next war Jlre it, and aid them in opposing tho by a proprietary medicine. Staid For hoarseness, Inflamed lpngs or reactionaries and friends of tho sa will b the construction of subterra-aext- s business men to whom the nctual irritating coughs, Ballard's Hore loon. adulters under all our cities figures of the production of Tanlac irt accommodating "This is my position and I conclude have been tho entire Hound Syrup Is a healing balm. It nvesentcd hnne scouted jjapjrJa&on. Wo have seen airplanes does Its work quickly and thorough with a heart overflowing' with grati them until the proof was shown. The ly. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bot- tude for the loyalty and confidence .Inrs" and powerful enough to production of Tanlac now stands at thirty, even forty persons, tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Com- which my friends have manifested." ,the rato of almost four million botpany, m -o rati 3 Toreseo In tho near future, alr-tles per year. The exact figures are Communications From planHs- uapable of carrying 100 pas- Prominent Dealers All Oven Amer- z- much tkaVel in ecru. 3.992.S0O. The sale of a million botsexsxrs. They will havo a speed of UNDEHIMID IWSTOKS ica Tell of Unprecedented Success v tles In the first nine months, which GET $400,000 FUND Never before did tho "scenery" In aumt .'zJum Jj.'30 miles an hour. Of Tanlac far exceeded any recird ever made bv Cuba and the Bahamas seem to ap- a rani t'lrom Berlin '.they would bo' proprietary inedtc.no, now seems Nashville, March 13. The Cen- peal so much to the people of the OTur Paris in a couple of hours, Insignificant. drojisirtjt Immense auantities of ex- - tenary Commission of tho Methodist United States. From t50 to 200 ap The followiae are extracts from letters and tolegrams from, Episcopal Church, South, has order- plications for passports are received prominent 0er 17,Q()0 n.ittk.Va Day. dsnlers all over the United States nn.l rn.m.io miii .:. i ed the disbursement of a fund 'of dally by the passport bureau af the Foolish Discussion. N The sale for the first ten weeks of oLtho romarkabl, growth and development ie Tanlac throughout A Uric" mora than $400,000 to the underpaid state department. Most of the trav- last year amounted to over Ono Mil- . M "id. lot has been written about the preachers of the denomination. elers embark from Key West, T&mpa, Hon bottles, an average of over one pousi'ailiiiy 61 causing explosives and Memphis, Tonn. This Is tho first annual disburse and Miami. Dally 3t.!amers run Jrom Fort Worth. Texns. rnnOairrntion at a distance by means hundred thousand bottles per week, Sinco wo havo- handled Tanlac our ment from a fund of nearly $5,000-00We have bought nnd distributed e Key West, and a line has which Is nt tho rate of more than cf ivlrslnss tolegraphy. There has sales havo amounted to 350, 5GI bot- 177,402 bottles which will bo used to increase lieen established. The thirst) ones soventeen thousand bottles por day, of Tanlac and find It . iiiiruh foolish talk regarding it. tles. April was our twelfth mouth tho groutest salaries. do not seem discouraged by tho re and tho total sales for 1013, seller we havo over hanIn uiVlar :xn .accomplish anything of the fifth nnd we sold five carloads during The payments wlll.be made thru ported excessive prios for drink? In year of dled or had anything to do with. xuVnru the apparatus on tho spot Tanlac's history, was moro that month along. MAXWKLL-CLAR1the boards of missions In the various the .loutL'prn islands. DRUG CO. tho action is to occur is than four million bottles. It seems thw IIESSIG-ELLI- S DItUG CO. annual conferences turnout the South m Suppose, for instance, almost Incredible, but these are acsupervise Turonto. Out.. Can.. Doc. 1, 191S I'Jw 'tSon;inp wanted to set Paris and West. These boards tual figures and such Is tho record work of the mission preachers. Nashville, Ten.n. We have sold bottles of ttulstiM. They would hnvo to havo established by- this wonderful mediOur books show that wo .hnvo Tanlac since acceptlug the agency. Tho Centenary Commission has had cine. ill Parts, ulieady arranged, u series Iwught and disposed of over fifteen graded, and a miniThis shows an nvornge of eight which might bo called all the missions "Ono firm alone," said Mr. G. F. of npjju-;iiuper year has carloads of Tanlac (ISO.OOO bottles) tlujuuand bottle por month. n.'iv-Ki.s-.' Willis, the International dlstrlbuto: Without them nothing mum salary of $1,000 n this lmmedlato territory, setting a been established for married prcach-or- s LYMAN I1ROTHHHS. of Tanlac, " has glvn orders for a ul t3vj '.kind Is possible. .ecord as tho largest sale by us In a who aro members of any confer".At am. .however, tho same objoc-i.jDtotal of 150rU00 bottles within eigh- glvon time of. any proprietary mediObV not hold. It will bo qulto ence. Atlanta. Gn. Ileitis IteMore Thin, Men teen months time. Tho firm I. refer cine in tho history of our business. of tho Wo gladly give our experience with Co., of Naslu-vllleto is the Sptrlock-NeAnd Women to Vlgorou uitlu Vhi' Tango of possibility for Before the conceptionSouthorn pasThoso sales were mado with no of- - Tanlac. Wo took, movement 3,943 trxsjwp&e, to hurl into the midst of ii the agency in OcTenn. Mr. C. S. Martin, presi- I Health fort on our pott nud tors, of a total of less than 7,000 did JTWJU& limit an engine of destruction dent of this great firm, who Is also complaint from any without a single tober, 1915. and havo sold to date Of thh of our patrons' or. 1G2.I-bottles at wholesale. Ac trhteik van he exploded by wireless not receive this minimum. president oi tho Southern. Drug Job-herIterommcndcd by I'liylrians number, S19 received le3s than $400 count vory satisfactory. association, will verify this ieiiavphy. in tho same way It ii per year, 440 loss than $500, while SPURLOCK-NBAL LAMAR-R.VNK1CO, DRUG CO.' to concelvo a submnrint , Sold in Liquid or Tablet Form statement. 3otflM 517 did not receive as much a3 $000 C. S. MARTIN. nvhiaita itow, steered by wlrelea3 to Tho Name "Cudc's" thu Guide "Tanlac is tho result it many years Vice President and Gon'l Mgn. The lllrmlngham, Ala. to Tho Genuine of arduoUB study by Mr. Cooper and a SttTmrlc position for tho dlscharj SouthernCentenary Movement of the Methodist Church, raised Slnco wo began handling; Tanlac wo ar Mtipixlous, which would also be his principal chemist. In fact the missionary work. $53,000,000 for havo sold 170.472 bottles in our Knoxvllle, Tonn. ciaav w wireless,' It Is a true saying that your health two of tbqm have carefully watched The disbursement which has been is only as good as your ExporWnuo with Tanlac most satis- territory. bloiit (Jood, .Its development from the beginning made to the underpaid preachers this rich blood Wo havo found It tho largest seller manifests Itself in n of tho experimental stage to Its pros-o- factory. Havo handled It two voara year will be repeated annually for healthy, stato of efficiency. So remafk-abl- o arid havo sold over U0.100 buttloa wo have In proprietary medicines. natural complexion; clear, flvo years. CO. keen eyes; tireless energy and enhnvo been the results obtained slnco tuklng tho agency. At the end of that period It Is beKCIILMAN-CIIAMRLISCO. Enr Infants and Children thusiasm; and an abundant supply from this medlclna that I doubt serilieved that all tho churches will bo ously If either oC these men realize Seattle Wash. resolve 3n tf&swa For Over Years strong enough to support tholr own of And Just strength. Slnco wo accoptod tho wholesale Dalla1. Tex. as positively does poor, tho Immensity of their success. Llko pastors adequately. Wo. have handled Tanlac since Jan- distributing agency for Tanlac In this thin blood directly Influence the en-ti- many other great discoveries, It has ttfie Of tho fund recently disbursed tn uary 1, 1917, and havo sold to date territory on March 14, 1918, we havj system. Palo, sallow complex- required tlmo to prove Its tiJtcaurrocf &X pastors: Tennesseo received $50,000: 190.408 bottles. Our dealings with sold T8.C24 bottles of tho preparaions; dull eyos; n listless stop; effects." Toxas, $48,000; North Carolina, $43,-00Mr. Willis highly satisfactory. tion. tiredness; worn-ofeel Virginia. $30,000; Georgia $34.-000- ; GREINER-KELLSTEWART & HOLMES DRUG CO. 3UTKiXLAU3S CAUGHT DRUG CO. RETAILS 7(M HOTTLKS ing; general uojeciouncss anu Missouri, Alabama $31,000; WITH A WANT All all aro positive signs that OF TAXiaC I.N OXK DAY $2S,000; Kentucky, $24,000; Arkin- body Is not receiving Its proper Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. TANLAC TO III! SOLD sas, $20,000; Mississippi, $20,000; the yiwtiovoral months Itobort Lynard, Havo been handling Tanlac' sixMr. G. F. Willis, nourishment through the blood. OVER EXTIHK STATE South CarolLu, ?".00; teen months and have sold at retail u a Nut Tort: elovator operator, helps restore vigorFourth Nat'l Bank Bldg., In only a fow weeks' tlmo In our two Jacksonville stores apedkutovor little burglary ganio which I U1.000; Florida, $10,000; Louisa, I ous health, becauso It contains the Atlanta, Oa. Tanlac will bo placed on sale in anus wjinotlilnB Uko $10,000 In sll $S,000; West Virginia, $G,000. Roplylng to your In- proximately vory elements so much needed by tho Dear Sir: 20.000 bottles. Acevery largo city, practically town, vlllago and hamlet In the vunvxTU, jewels and othor valuables blood to enable it to perform Its func- quiry wo aro pleased to advise that count very satisfactory In every reTOl'SV-TWiVstate. tutiora thu police caught him. His tions and supply the body with nour- we are now selling Tanlac nt tho rate spect. Cannot speak too highly of A nuinbor of agencies alreawas to watch tho "Help Wan- As I caehio proprietors. oC considerably moro than 2,000 botishment, energy and strength. dy have been established In a observo tho prices that u n ted" owl man s of tho papors and UETTES PHARMACY, INC. your convenience, per week. very limited time, but It Is For tles A pair of shoes commands, by tho manufacturers that advertisements calling for oleva-ta- r I'd Uko to be nn acrobat On joiio Saturday nlone wo sold is prepared in tablet as, well na tho distribution be made more irporutors In apartment houses liquid form, lloth possess exactly through our eleven Atlanta stores apHoustou, Tex. And walk upon my hands. complete and Wo began handling Tnnlac NovemA lrti 'hud army discharge papors to proximately 700 bottler at retail diWashington Star. tho samo medicinal value. Druggists and dealers who ber, 191G, and have disposed of about tor reference, ho succeeded In customers. Is but ono genuine uHar rect to are interested should write or There every Job ho wont telegraph G. F. Willis, Fourth iSMpUi'iw.Jirnctlrtilly and Have had tho exclusive agency 167,040 bottles. Has been a moft that "Gudo's". If National Dank Dldg,, Atlanta, sin wthe uamo "Gudo's" Is not , on tho. since September, 1915, and havo sold satisfactory account and wo are- - enGa, FOR FLETCHER'S rite would thon take his place at the package, It fs not over 75,000 bottles. thusiastic In our support. at first op- I Giitl.ia.nl CO. JACODS PHARMACY SOUTHERN DRUG CO. Advertisement. Awful as wa3 tth lnariiollin tf Ilfo nnd property Sin JOiy 'fiir which camo to an end In 3Si)aaar, ffMS, It will ho surpassed teaftoltt 3)y :i Ira wholesale butchery of the Kraft tinned conflict hotween the siatSrrts. Jlen who have dovoted tthsfr lives 3o tho study of methods ofkXUIng armies stato that, owing to tthn ImmiiKG tulvanco In science, such 'aschrecWtry and electricity, they "possibility of another general war 'Tam unspeaknblo horror,. CKiefl. among tho tragic tho advanco of science will ae fstrsfldaMo Intensification of aerial txrfbMtilnients, now and moro deadly .osjwiSYjirtlirg Rases, fresh methods of shunjlitcr, newer and saitt"' powerful explosives. Subma-tsina- s. Kaldcd 3y wireless telegraphy. nrfiH Jmvn no need of crows to rial. ffiprtiuiiaiOvBir torpedoes will be set o2I Icr Aha'saiim ,11 .aiM. rjirnlftcts Torpedo Shells. "M. Jbtailnvc, who was French minister rfr"wrur "In tho Mlilerond cabinet of &J&.7, lillaveu tho most intent 'anracKwn in the noyt conflict will be ""Snrjirilo blieHs'' w.i'.'h will bo able tttt- ttr.mil Inuocnco dLtancca hu'ore conse-iatcKinivSore-trans- Parts. .Ularch 13, sacking nt his hands, the natural Ine was nt ference being that home and that the coast was clear for Ho would then forco his operations. his way Into the unoccupied rooms and nftor holplng himself to whatever valuables ho fancied quit tho premises and his "Job." It took them quite a while but the police finally got onto his game. By putting two and two together they learned who he was, how he operated and then decided on a plan to trap him. They advertised for an elevator operator, directing applicants to report to a fashionable apartment In the uptown df3trict. Their man soon appeared, applied for the Job and got It, Without letting any grass grow under his feet he got busy nt the telephone as was his wont and when he entered one of tho apartments from which there had been no response to his telephono call, he walked Into the arms of a squad of husky cops wait ing to receive him. no-on- Not "Hankerin' " But Would Not Let Party Call Achieved By Famous T aolac In Vain. Facts capac-capncl- ty well-know- - LEADING DRUG FIRMS OF lv AMERICA TELL OF SALES - Set-tin- s; 35.-ni.-li .., - sea-plan- lht C t s Pepto Mangan Makes Rich Itiiu-dowir - Red Blood Cen-teua- ry al , Fiill-Illoodi- 'il N CASTORlA 30 nt O ro 0; ut ' Y work-i0,tlahom- a- Popto-Manga- V. an-aw- Popto-Man-ga- de-Blr- ed g. Pepto-Manga- n, Children Ory OASTORIA Pepto-Mangan- .? (Advertisement) t excess moisture and resin. Tho slabs when properly dried nro fed Into machines" which automaticalPENCIL IS MADE ly cut six semicircular grooves in one sldo of ench. A stick of lead is placed in each groovo of a slab and another slab, Graphite First Used In with gltio brushed over its grooved j surfaco is laid on so that tho six lends Manufacture 350 nro covered abovo and below with Years Ago wood. Tho next operation Is per formed by a machine that cuts tho ponclls out six from each block Mctnllc loml wns first usol In pen- nnd works them Into tho shapo cils fur making black mnrk'8 on piround, trinngular, hexagonal, per. For that reason they woro etc. A sanding machlno then rubs called lead pencils and the name re- their surfaces down smooth. Some tained to this day Is tho same, tilths of tho chenpor kinds nro given no furnil "lead" pencils' now nro made from ther finish. Tho better onos, how-ovc- r, graphite or plumbago, n form of car-lio- n are coated with varnish, plnln found in tho earth and hnving or colored. nothing to do'wlth lead. In ono of tho varnishing processes Graphite wait) first used for this most generally used tho pencils pass purpose nbout three and n half cen- ono nt a timo through apertures in a turies ago. The graphite- obtained mnchino which automatically gives a from British mines was so puro Unit coat of vanjlsh to ench as it goes it gave fairly satisfactory results in through. After tho first coat has writing, without any special prepara- dried sufficiently tho pencils nro fed tion; nil that was necessary was to through tho machines several moro cut it .out into sticks of the proper times, being allowed to dry between slzo and inenso tho sticks In wood to coats, until the desired finish protect them. For n long timo thereobtained. fore the British nearly monopolized Tho moro expensive ones get 10 01 the pencil business of tho world. mora such coats. In another In 17G1 the manufacture of pencils process tho pencils, was started in Germany. The indus- held In n frame, are Immersed in a try grow rapidly until within n short pan of varnish and then slowly drawn timo the Nurembtirg district became out and dried. For tho finest finishes a g the world's greatest llnnl hand polishing Is given the pencenter. Generation after generation, cils. the descendants of Caspar Fabcr, the A machine now sands off the ends pioneer In tho German pencil Indus- to remove tho vnrnlsh that has dried try, have continued In tho pencil bus thero and sharp knives trim them iness. smoothly. Gold or silver letters may Shortly beforo the American Civil bo stamped on by laying on ench, penwar a Eberhard Fa- cil a narrow strip of gold or silver bcr, emigrated to this country whoro leaf nnd then bringing It under a he Boon set up In the heated steel die which makes the leaf business. Since that time a stick to tho pencil under Oio letters number of other pencil factories have on the die. By means of Inked dies been established and Amerirnn-mnd- o letters may be printed much tho same pencils supply a large part of tho as on paper, etc. world's demand. In tho big factories tho rubber tips Graphite ns it comes from tho used for erasing are made in great mines usually contains impurities numbers, along with largo separate such as iron oxides, silicates, etc. erasers, rubber bands and the liko These have to bo removed beforo It Eraser rubber, consisting of gum can be worked up into pencils as they rubber, sulphur nnd abrasive materwould make the finished product grit- ial, properly cured and vulcanized, Is ty and "scratchy". Grnphlto occurs cither molded or cut into tho form o! rather abundnntly In thearth's crust plugs of the required shape and sizo but much of it contains too many imSurgeons agreo mat In cases of purities for use In pencils; that from mines in Mexico, "Bohemia, Ceylon cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the and Siberia is considered tho best. first treatment Is most Important. Tho mineral ns It comes from tho When an efficient antiseptic Is apmines is sorted over and tho coorsor plied promptly, there is no danger of Impurities are taken out by hand. It infection and tho wound begins to is then reduced to a powder by ma- heal at once. For use on man or for that beast. Borozonc Is tho Ideal antiseptic chines specially designed work and then poured into tubs con- and healing .ngont. Buy it now and taining water. The heavy impurities bo ready for an emergency. Price sink to the bottom while tho llghtor 2Cc, pOc, $1.00 and $1.50.Sold by m graphite remains nt the top where it Ohio County Drug Company. can be easily taken off. Centrlfygal ' machines aro sometimes used for sep- CltAIVSUOOTini WIXS FItOM TH.YA.S '.JUDGK arating the graphite from other substances In tho oro but tho results aro Dallas, Tex., March 13. George not as good as those obtained with water. The final step In preparing Washington Jackson Smith, n young the material Is to pass it through fil- n,cgro, nppeared In Justlco Court hero, charged with participating in a ter presses. It Is then mixed by machinery with dico game. Ho told Sam J. Barnett, clay that has been refined by simi- Justlco of tho peace, that negroes lar treatment. The clay Is used for liked to toy "with thoso bright-eye- d balls just as much its you "tempering," tho greater the propor- ping-pon- g of clay the hardor tho finished likes to eat," and ho pulled from his tion "leads" and thfi wall thu uroporlton pocket a pair of black dlco with red "eyes" and proceeded to show tho the softer. Mlxluro, when Justlco how to play the game. Tho graphltr-cla- y well kneaded togethor, is molded Into "I ylll sentenco you to pay av fine plastic, of $100," said Judge Barnett, "but IJ leaves and placed, whlH still It i:i firood out will glvo you a chance to got yourIn hdra'ullc presses. tho presses through dies of tl.o size self out. Hero aro ten matches. I and shape necessary to piodueo tho will keep eight and give you two, heso dlej arc ouch representing $10. Now trv kind of lead desired, of emerald, sapphlro or other your luck and seo whether you go to made hard minerals because hotter mater- Jail or go free." Goorgo Washington Jackson Smith ials would wear away to rapidly: In the language of Ap tho plastic mlxturo conies forth "tried his luck." In a continuous string It Is cut to re- tho game, ho spoke feelingly to tho quired lengths, ordinarily about seven fateful dlco. Soon, tho grinning neinches. Compression in this "pioces3 gro had the Judge's eight matches. materially affects tho quality of tho "If you all will glvo mo a cigarette lead, that subjected to tho highest I will bo on mah way," he said wjth pressures writing best and giving the emphasis. "I 'spect as how my wife service. is waiting for me, for I ain't been most satisfactory Finally tho sticks of lea J aio bak- homo slnco 1 left for church last Sun ed In furnaces. They aro thor. re.yly day mornln.' " to bo given their wooden casou which rntppt them against breakage and UNBARTII PimUFIKI) TUSK OF MASTODON IX KANSAS provide a convenient grip for tin) fingers. writer's Stockton, Kan., March 12. Tho Red cedar has been found tho beat potrlflod core of a mastodon's tusk wood for pencils because It Is whittles easily and Is capablo was unearthed near hero tho other of a high polish. After being cut into day by workmen putting in abutments slabs about seven inches long, two of a bridge. The tusk is flvo inches two feet nnd a half inches wido and a quarter in diameter at the base nnd wood is placed in kilns in length. inch thick tho If is believed tho tusk is part of tho skeleton of a largo prehistoric animal that made its homo in the INFLUENZA HsV. primeval forests of the SolomonVal-ley- , thousands of years ngd. with Cold HOW THE. LEAD kto remove- PALESTINE TO COPY AMERICAN CITIES U. S. Towns To Be Duplica- I ted On Desert Sands Of Holy Land1 Boston, March 13. Ftituro cities and towns In Pnlestlno will bo replicas of localities in tho United States, according to messages received from all parts of the .country by tho Now England Zionist Bureau. American architectural beauties, street layouts nnd parks will bo miniatured In tho Holy Land of tho Jows. The first city to bo established in Palestine will bo Lynn, named after the Massachusetts shoe city. More than $100,000 worth of land certificates hnvo been purchnscd by tho city's Jewry. Tho Lynn omigrnnt3 say they will make overy possible attempt to reprint tho city of Lynn on the sands of tho Palcstlno desert. Tho exodus of Boston Jews to Palestine,' which Is expected to reach its peak In the Into summer, will mean that a now Boston will bo founded to tho Palestine const. Maps of Boston will bo reproduced In the Holy Land ns far ns advisable, Mcndcll Fisher, of tho Zionist btirenu, said. . Telegrams reveal that thero will bo a New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Philadelphia in tho Holy Land. "If wo can dupllcato American cities in Palestine," said Mr. Fisher, "It will mean that a good many moro Jews will leavo this country for their own land. When it is seen that the hardships are over, that we have trolley cars in tho Palestlno cities, mod ern buildings rivaling thoso in Xhi3 country, communal societies which are anxious for tho welfare of tho people then wo'll have a general emigration across the seas. "Probably 30,000 Jews of tho United States would leavo this country as soon as Britain lifts me re strlctlons. The United States Jew3, because of their advanced culturo and financial backing, would bo ablp to name tho majority of the cities after American names. Already maintenance nnd development work ha? been started In Palestlno in ten branches.'" : d, - Natural Hand-shak-e pie Ghre Me a Friendly, an' a friendly natural tobacco. Keep yo' put-o-n airs an' "sauced-up- " tobaccos for the fellow that likes nut sundaes better than home made So says a friend of ours named Velvet Joe. .And he just about hits the nail on the head. has-bee- pencll-pro'ducin- Velvet is made for men who think there's-no smoke like real tobacco. If you are that sort of man, listen: Velvet was born in old Kentucky, where more than one good thing comes from. It was raised as carefully as any othei Kentucky thproughbred But the real secret of Velvet's friendly qualities is its slow natural ageing in , great-grand-so- n, wooden hogsheads. Ageing in the wood never hurt anything and least cf all, tobacco. And so we say, Velvet is good tobacco-noth- ing more or less. It runs second to none. A f The picture of .the pipe on the tin needn't" keep you from rolling a cigarette with Velvet jim-dandy ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I All persons having claims against tho estato of the lato T. E. Hunley, aro hereby notified to present same to me, properly proven, on or before .May 1st, 1920, or they will be forever barred. l This Match 5, 1920. N, G. HUNLEY, Adm'r. 3Gt3) T. E. Hunley, deceased. mm . V - '- -' AHMISTICU DAY CASUAL1TIES offlco 'has Tho adjutant-general- 's reported ? that tho total casualties among the American forces on armistice day, Nov. 11, 1918, amounted to 3,912. Of this number 268 were killed inaction, 2,769 wounded severely, 4 66 wounded slightly, 177 gassed slightly, 216 wounded, degree un determined, and 16 gassed, degreo undetermined. Tho largest number killed wns in tho 88th division. Some objectors have argued that It was an unnecessary sacrlfico of life and limb to continue fighting on tho last day, when it was pretty certain that hostilities would cease. Bu( tho Huhb might have only been playing a trick, and it would have been tho height of folly to relax the operations against them. Tho fightingTit anything, should have been continued until peace was mado in Berlin. The Huns tricked tho allies as it was. Horblno cures constipation and re establishes regular bowel movements Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug m Company. HOY BRKAKS BOTH LIjGS X. i ) , Actual Six WHILE TURNING IN BED Sullivan, Ind., March 13. Leo --the friendly tobacco closa-graine- d, starts a mwnp ss Kill tho CoM. At tho ,,.xotakojilLL.s fmL CASCARAkMUNINI 'BftOMlDfc sakv.' tablet form k"lnilstes orcaua uptale. hdurs Standard cold remedy for :o years sure, no " relieves crip In 3 dsyi. Mr. Hill's with MfoYm? toipicture. nil nipu b rion'V M At All Drug Jlorti PInkston, 15, broke both legs while attempting to turn over in bed. The lad,' a son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard exchine, tho affable fellow .urned over to tho latter and he fed quite ablo to make up his PInkston, has been confined to bis plained. This, by a simplehad operat into the machine. Then he hand- - whethor something had goiM! v&uuae bed for more than three months with tion, would transform $1 bills into id them a package of crisp $2 blllu with, tho machlno while itxasi a malady affecting tho bones of his that is, it seemed to bo, with good, ing on their money or whother Sit? legs. Physicians said tho bones wers Then ho had demonstrated his In- clean currency showing at top and had foozled some way in drytac as chalk because of a lack of brittle vention, showing how $1 bills werr bottom and cautioned them that ink. So, when Leo tired of phosphorous. They know now that they fed in at one place and' how they the package should be kept in a safe ono position and attempted to chango, would come out at another, clean, over night In order that the ink, neatly done out of ?10ft Bo t&eer the legs snapped. The broken bones perfect $2 bills. night dry proporly. don't figure it as a total loss-- , ren&r- ' were set and the doctors aro awaiting the lng that tho experience la uurti & Cutler and Schonbrum carried Cutler was more convinced. Ho with interest to seo it they will Knit. was so enthusiastic that when thr lew money off nnd carefully, tucked great deal. Tho Pathfinder, Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured stranger offered to convert ones into t away in a safo, as per instructions by local application!, aa they cannot reach twos for him on commission, hr The following morning they opened Hus Had Stomach There la diseased portion of the ear. deafneaa. the only one way to cure catarrhal Years. agreed to tho proposition and rush- 'ho package with trembling fingers FOR FLETCHER'S and that la by a constitutional remedy. an Catarrhal Dealnea la cauaed bylining of Theodore Sanford, of Itnsuism. ed oft to find his friend Benjamin Both almost fainted for they found fJ condition of the mucoua thla ox july a few $2 bills In the lot and Mich., has had stomach trjaUiy lur He breathlessly Schonbrum. the Eustachian Tube. When sound tube Is t or Inflamed you have a rumbling plained tho scheme to the latter and .hese, by some strange chance, were seven years and could not eat TORcta-jlac- ed MACHINE SLIPPED COG. hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the it sounded so ood to him that he half of them at the top and blejj or fruit without puS In M Inflammation can be reduced and this tube hearing restored to Us normal condition, cases of Julius Cutler was tickled nearly to decided to have his $00 capital ialf of them at tho bottom of the stomach and restless nlghtff. Byfcafc-ill-e. will be destroyed forever Many stranger who doubled by having it run throup'j A deafness are caused by catarrh, which la de'ath. Sandwiched betwee'n the real ing Chamberlain's Tablets ho ts now an Inflamed condition of the mucoua surnoney wns a lot of old newspaper, "able to oat vegetables or froiVv.Ui-Mlppe- d faces, Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru had happened along had given him i tho machine. the blood on the mucous .surfaces of the secret for making money at a more Cutler dug up his savings of $100 to tho exact size of paper cur-- j out causing pain or BleepLesfcuuees. itf j troubled with Indigestion We will give One Hundred Dollars for rapid rate than evor dreamed and together they repaired tp th rency. or ttztsi&b- cannot any case of Catarrhal Deafness that be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine, Cirof beforo. He had Just invented n meeting place appointed by the in ' Schonbrum looked at Cutler and pation glvo theso tablets n trial. TTtoy Druggists. 71c. free.r-AIi Children Ory CASTO R kind-heart- Trouble-Foe-hi?e- lio-ha- d culars I F. J. CJIKNEV As CO., Toledo, O. marvelous new money-makin- g ma- - vontor. The money was immedlatcl wUtler looked at Schonbrum, nelthbr- - aro certain to provo benoflclaU - au 'SOW (fe.jff tMHHBH AUTOMOBILES! JUST RECEIVED a CAR LOAD of CHEVROLET ROADSTERS and TOURING CARS Touring Car, $885; Roadster, $865. Cars. Overland Light 4, $1,020. See us lor prices of these We also handle the Overland and Willys-Kniglines. We have a big supply of .PARTS for CHEVROLET CARS, the only point in Ohio County where they may ht be found., Taylor & Morris Motor Company " HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY wrong doing. The bill may havo of Influenza in this part or tho C6un-tqua, of Friendship. been killed in the right manner on Mr. Bunk Dawson, who has been STRAY STREAKS Mr. B .J. French visited rotative in tho Asylum at Hopkinsvillc, fot the wrong date or perhaps it was killed in the wronc manner on the right tho past ten months, has returned In Heaver Dam, tho first of tlilj week (By Fluko McFluke.) ' Published "Weekly by Mr. A. Alexander and w:fc visile I date. We frankly told the Party who to his homo at this place. HARTFORD HUNTING COMrANY read the bill to us, long before it was Holbrook school Is closed for two friends In (his vicinity Sunday. Twin Hollows, Leep Year, Mar Incorporated killed in the House, that we could Mr. Bat Nail. weeks on account of Influenza. m not exactly see the bill as good, Via. Republican. W. S. TINSLEV, Editor PLYMOUTH ROCKS hence we can't be accused of taking EAST VIEW My ownst dear little Batty.e: and Business Manager. BARRED LAY AND WEIGH our stand for partisan reason. Mr. Thomas B. Ambrose, aged 7S, You will nioren likely bo sprlzed In mm glttln this here noat from me, as a well known citizen of this communl- With elghteon years' experience and Entered according to law at the Postoffice, Hartford, Ky., as mail LOWDEN IN VIRGINIA yervno we haint met but onct nforol ty, died nt his home Wednesday constant attention to size, shape, colmatter of the second class. but I no U will ferglve yer 111 darlin night of last week after a protracted or and egg production, I feci wari Illinois Man Gets Instructions Of whin you rekellect lifts leep year Illness. The Remains were burled ranted In claiming a standard Barred to Address all communications and they say most any inncrcent Thursday afternoon at Hells Run Plymouth Rock yard, and to Improve Stormy Convention The Hartford Republican. wero my flock, I havo Just received one of Funeral services HI uns'erflstercated gurl has a rito to Cemetery. right to a young man uv her own conducted by Rev. Norris Lnshbrook Holtermnn's "Aristocrats," from his Roanoke, Va., March 17 In one NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Mrs. F. Wcsterfleld, of near hero, yard at Fort Wayne, Ind., for which So 1 picked u, thihkln' we of the stormiest scenes'that ever at choosin. desiring the paper sent Subscribers would make the finest cuniberna-tio- n died Wednesday, and was burled on I paid ?15.00. This bird Is mated to tended a political gathering in the -to a new address must give the old that most ever hit twin hollers. Thursday of Inst week, nt Bell's Run. 12 selected hens and will produce state, Virginia Republicans in convenaddress in making the request. you are small snappy spry and pears Mrs. Westerfleld had been a sufferer somo wonderful results. Eggs from Business Locals and Notices 10c tion here tonight selected four dele- .per line, and 8c per lino for each adthis mntrng, 52.00 for 15 eggs. e and four alternates to like Jist bout GO years old I reckon from tuberculosis for some time, insertion.' J,r- - Klnch Martin is spending a ditional 1 also havo 40 it an immense improvement over the the national convention in Chicago and dont weigh moren 127 pounds hons and 1 cockerel Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards old makeshift. and instructed them to support Gov. whilst i am only G3 and and please fcu" 'avs w" relatives In Owensboro. of my own breeding, selected and of Thanks, lc per word, and Gc for Jack Martin went to Owensboro. mnted to produco splendid rcsulN each head line and signautre, money Frank 0.&ovden, of Illinois, for the dont say nothln .about hit cause i Wednesday of last week, whero he Eggs from this mating, Jf.25 for 15 in advance. The country is at present cursed presidential nomination. The op- never or havent for several years tola Church Notices for services' free, with the most damnable crime wave it my way . enlisted in the U. S. Army. Emmet eggs. or age uthcr ?0. 00 but other "advertisements, lc per has experienced since the days of the position fought for unlnstructed dele- but wate an lm nearly 3and dont ten Martin also Joined tho U. S. Army will bo filled Inor 100 eggs. Orders 227 the order they are re footnnd gates. "word. Anonymous communications ceived and eggs shipped when deir-- . will Civil War, viz, that of robbery and Prior to the voting tonight the con- too, an my hairs tho prlttylst or-- , service, In Owensboro, Monday. Mr. Homer Martin accompanied cd. receive no attention. loot. Every day we get accounts of vention laid plans for the presidential bourn', think thafs rite, anyhow thev Book your orders now and robbery and holdups each more dar- campaign and listened to Will I'. are jist the same as poakburies. O! Mrs. Martin to the Western Kentucky V ready for early hatching. 3j t ing than the one previous. In each Ha;s, national chairman, as the prin Battye, my III batf how I wlsht You Asylum last week. TELEPHONES. .' . . . 50 Farmers Mutual culd only bo here tonite an take me ! There are qulto a number of cases JOHN B. WILSON, Hartford. instance the money of .our clpal speaker. Cumberland 123 citizens is carand For the first time 'n the .history of in your 111 arms, I no you couldnt do ( to-- the state, the convention ried off by these dirty ad it all to onct but you culd mako 2 by women, ar.ionr; .MARCH 1!) be blown on the worst of women and dressed FRIDAY those hitches atlt an I culd do the turnln the lowest forms of vice their degen speaking being Mrs. M. M. Caldwell, round sos to save walkin. i rcckellect erated minds can conceive of. When of Roanoke, state chairman of the uv soein a silly sort of letter to "With things red hot in Constanti- the proceeds of. the one haul are ex- Republican women's exemtiv; com- you from sum tennersee wider a nople, the "Bloody Turk" being tam- pended the crime is repeated forth- mittee; Mrs. John T. Pratt, New year or-- 2 back, but 'it wusejit 1 vp ed of some of his frisky, Christian with with amazing boldness and York, chairman of ways year an that old bewldered hen didnt murdering manners, or soon to be; alacrity. These depredations on and means committee of the Republi- have no wrlght to send you that air the Germans doing all sorts of things society are worse than premeditated can National Committee; Mrs. John propersition no how. If we do get to each other and laying for the Al- murder In that they are prompted G. South, of Frankfort, Ky., delegate spliced dad says heel give us Brian lies; the Bolshevists and Reds in not by a grievance but by the sheer to the national convention, and Mrs (thats that red mule wUa: klllt the' Russia and other places unusually love of murder and pillage, and when Dexter Otey, representing the Na- caff the only time u wus over to our active, Legislature there are killings the lives thus ruth- tional Woman's pirt:. the Kentucky house) an a patch to raze some tatcrs picked out a good time in which to lessly snuffed out are among those an sorgum, corn an punkins an back-- ! Election of four delegates-at-larg- e bring Its session to a close. With who are civilizations best examples. kept the convention bny until er fer sniokin an snuf an hole lot ov so much else going on its activities, These thugs who would murder a nearly midnight. other 111 things as we will Be a need- - ' will not be so badly missed. man for 30 cents are second to none The platform adopted advocated, In. be shoar & come sundy sos we jlV as criminals and rival even the degen- ratification of the peace treaty with kan git things all fixed up fore gar' The Kentucky Legislature died of erate papist whose pleasure It Is to reservations that the United States den time, Don't diserplnt me cans lm ' old age sometime during the night despoil the vlrtures of pure, christian be not obligated to, send soldiers to all your own HI gurl, ever bit yorn, & ' :; of the 17th. In many respects the womanhood. The rapist, thanks to Europe without consent of Congress, ever thing, buy-bu- y til sundy Rat! just closed has been the most the legislature, for future crimes reduction of taxes, creation of a na- tle. session useful one for many years past. The will look up a rope. Let's have a tional budget system, maintenance of Your BETSY. Senate which contained a bare N. B. rite soon & ever now and law by which the unscrupulous., bank a small standing army with a citihas for thp most part, been robber will be punished likewise. zens' reserve and equal suffrage and then. The same individuality of style and fit which is up and at work with the Lower opposed to further loans to Europe. sought for in the highest priced Custom Made GarBranch of the Assembly in good and At It again Our contemporary, was down town the Ed Barrass earnest style. On but few occa- the Herald, says editorially that the GOVERNOR MORROW other morning, i talking about ....I ments, is found in our suits at .$26.50 to $48.50 ana! sions has partisan politics employed Republican majority in the senate THANKS ASSEMBLY basnient being flooded, and Heg coats at $18.50 to $35.00. the time of either branch of our Law playe"d poor policy when they uncere Casebler and Fred Robertson both j Making Body to any very great ex- moniously called up and defeated the L Frankfort, Ky March 17. With volunteered their servls to help tent. Naturally some Jockeying has Night .School Bill etc. We can't be- the adjournment of the Legislature Ed bail the cellar out, but not him, , A rich line of the latest materials in all the-- favbeen indulged, In, but as a whole, lieve that the Herald will acknowl- late tonight Governor Morrow Issued no, no! Barrass said no such birds ored weaves and shades is shown. this may bo classed with the best edge that it did not know that the the following statement: as that pair would ?un- - get inside Kentucky has had at Frankfort in a Senate Is Democratic by a majority laws passed by the General his cellar, water or no water. "The Our suits are made by one of the foremost mangeneration. At least that is our of at least one. And t did know Assembly have carried into effect evviewpoint. the difference, why make the state- ery platform pledge. of the RepubliSome one to run this WANTED ufacturers in America employing highly paid dement? Neither did it say that It can party. A check of promises paper a month, the first weeH It's signers and a staff of the most efficient cutters and "We look for our good friend, John was for the bill or against it; so after against performances will demonT fit to fiijh and camp out. Henry Thomas, to take the Kentucky all from the Herald's' opinion we do strate the truthfulness of this states finishers. legislature severely to task for the not know whether it was a good or ment; I thank the General Assem-- t Uncle- Alec Curtis says ho wants passage of tho lawegallzing hanging bad measure. The Herald says fur bly in the name for tho to hire two or thre'e good men to The result is that perfect correctness of outline again. Punishment Is meted out for ther, that thousands of teachers have constructive legislation it has passed, help him write up some things on two reasons, one and the first is and styles, assurance of which is so essential to the struggled night after night with the which will result In better roads, bet- John Hpnry Thomas. He says he the man drawing tho punish- grown-up- s without receiving a penny ter schools, more humane and better don't need any sort of help In order woman who is. careful of her dress. ment Id" supposed to havo, beyond a for their trouble. "We likewise grant charitable Institutions, a forward to write some spicy Incidents that doubt, merited It. Tho other and that as being true and at the samo step toward Judiciary John would like to keep from Mrs. We present for your choice a good chief Tedsdn for punishment for crime time say to tho esteomed Herald that and a financial policy which makes Thomas, put he Is feared Thomas range of the is for the deterring effects upon oth- hundreds 'of dollars have been spent possible a most substantial reduction might sue him. and he wants to stay best modes wjth the richest and most effective trim-ming- s. ers. Crime is rampant, wildeyed, It supposedly for the cause, here. in Ohio of the state, debt. In the clear. We offered space In The coats come in such a variety of. short eeems, to lurk everywhere, you find County, and wo do1 not know of nny this column for anything Uncle Alec and medium lengths that you will find it In every1 nook and corner, so 1; Ohio County Citizen having received MOTHER SUFFOCATES Wanted to run on Thomas, and so it seseems. No such crime wave ever any. benefits, either pecuniary SECOND IIAUY IN SLEEP will pay you to watch it from now or - it easy to cure just what you want. swept this1 or any other clvlllzid otherwise. Wo were against the proBloomlngdale, N. J., March lS on. country as now engulfs our land .At posed measure because we deemed Mrs. Frank Stagg, of this place.awoke U we have heretofore said, make pun- It unwise to create a separate de- to find her baby dead in LIVIA ItONTE 2. A PERFECT FIT ASSURED ! ishment for the professional and partment for the handling of this par- her 'arms. Her physician, Dr. Thomheinous criminal as odious and ob- ticular branch of our School system, as B. Miller, said Mrs. Stagg probaThere are several new cases of Innoxious as possible to Invent. They when it could have been entrusted bly held her infant too close to her fluenza In this community. ought to be Bent over the last lap of to our regular Department of Edu breast while she slept and it bad Mr. Lewis French and family and unless cation with but little added cost. Wo died of suffocation several hours be- Mrs. Molllo Murry and daughter, Althe Journey in a Jolt-car- t, something 'rougher can be found. berta, spent Sunday with Mr. and venturo the assertion that fully one fore she awoke. Dr. Miller added that two years ago Mrs. Otis Clark half of the $7,5,000 asked for in tho Mr. anil Mrs. Ernest Dodson and Our Neighbor, tho Herald, says we bill, (am not certain as to the another5 infant of Mr, Stagg's of tha called them to task- - for statements amount) would have been consumed same age was accidentally suffocated little daughter, of Pleasant Ridge, the former's mado with reference to the County by heads of departments In salaries, while It slept with its mother. 'Mrs. spent Sunday with Board of Supervisors' doings, when, traveling and other necessary ex- Stagg was so distracted she has bean mother, Mrs. John Dodson. Mr. Elmer Wilson spent Saturday in fact, wo did not have the least pense. We make, the statement with continually under the care of a night with Mr. and Mrs. Clcatus Fu- .idea of doing anything of that cliar- - no thought of accusing any one with The Hartford Republican acter, only endeavoring to state thu The Herald said matter correctly. the Board would probably meet some time next month and send out notices of raises etc., when, as we stated, the notices are being sent out now, and wlien the board meets again It will be solely' for the purpose of hearing complaints. At any rate, whether the operation of the law works hardships or don't, It Is commonly known as a child of the Party whose cause the Herald always cham pions, and it, the Herald, ought not to be trying to cast odium upon the Board of Supervisors for doing the best they can with a law given us by the former Democratic Administration, and I will go further than the Herald went, I will state here and now that I am not so alflred certain that it Is a bad law. I at least think y. gates-at-larg- : ! ' ' i law-abidi- hard-worki- cut-throa- ts rs ! '. Coat Suits and rl" Coats -- mn-jorit- y, ' 4 If-i- - non-partis- Carson (& Hartford, Kentucky.- Co. ' yK Klln-drlc- d Shelled Corn and all kinds of feeds. 3Ct4 W. E. ELLIS & DUO. MIs'ps Amelia and Helen Bnrno t nro recovering from an attack of ' mumps. Spring Opening! We extend to our patrons and friends a special in- -. vitation to attend our H J y WA.t ca J w Mr. R. P. Lllcs, who came In to bo Wo bollovo you enn not go wrong to buy of that "good Lard, present nt tho burial of his nunt, ACTON BROS, v Mrs. L. D. Bennett, returned to his Swift's Premium. homo In Kansas City, Mo., last FriWhen you got ready to do thnt day, painting do not forget that Red Spot ' Boys let us furnteh you that new ACTON BROS. Label at Buggy that you nro going to get this Mr. J. II. Ferguson, Geologist with spring. Wo havo tho kind that will tho Oil pcoplo here, went to Owens- please you Tho Gcorgo Delker. ACTON BROS. boro, yesterday, to remain about a week. A full and completo lino of fresh FOUND Ono pair of good Specta- Cocacola and othor refreshing soft description and pay- drinks constantly ready for use at cles. ment of this ad, owner r.i.ty hao tho restaurant of ' CASEBIER & TAYLOR. same. a,-c- an - I Farmers' Opportunity I I SPRING OPENING Saturday, March 20th We will have on display our Millinery and our entire line of Spring Merchandise. Special Display of Ladies' Coats, Coat Suits, Wool and Silk" Dresses, Waists, Slippers, Hosieiy, etc. Piece Goods Silks, Plain and Plaid Woolens, Silk Poplins, Plain and Fancy Voiles, Lawns, Organdies. Tell your friends to meet yy6u Messrs. T. II. Benton and W. C. Yes wo have stoves, E. C. Simmons Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable Cnott, of Centertown, were In Hartford Wednesday. Tom says ho did Iron Ranges. 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. not havo to walk this time but came on tho train. Miss Ruth Tlchenor returned to Seo Tho Hartford Broom Works beher home at Centertown Monday, after spending two weeks hero with fore you order your next shipment of Irooms. Prices right. Either wholerelatives. sale or retail. C. N. BAIRD, Mgr. FOR HALE Two road Wagons, slightly used, SI?o 2 and Miss Susto May, who has been hi 38t2p L. L. LEACH, Owensboro, for some time, returned Hartford, Ky. to her home here Monday, having Miss Hazel Evcrly, Messrs Carl resigned as Superintendent of the Fraim and Byron Mason, of Rockport, City Hospital. ultended tho ball given hero Wednesday night. FOR SALE Two nice, young Jacks, black with mealy points. Price Yes we have stoves, E. C. Simmons right if sold at once. Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable b. f. Mccormick, 35t4p R. No. 7, Hartford. Iron Ranges. WILLIAMS & DUKE. 33tf A. C. Porter Is back In the Circuit Mrs. It. T. Collins returned from Court Clerk's office after an enforcGreenville Monday, accompanied bV ed absence of near three weeks, on her daughter, Miss Lourene, who had account of illness. Mrs. Porter has been 111 of flu. also recovered. 2. We have received our farming implements an2 $ have them set up on our sample floor, ready for your inspection. We urge you to come in and look th&uu 5 over and remember it is to your interest to buy wFrafc you will need, at the earliest possible date as the manufacturers have advised us that they will with- - 2 draw prices March 31, and orders received after that xdate will be shipped at the price in effect at date of shipment, and as the Railroads were turned over to X private owners on March 1, we are expecting an ad-vance in freight at anytime and for the reasons givV en above we are urging all our friends to buy early, as it won't cost you any more to buy noWr but on the other hand you KNOW that you will have your implements and at rock bottom prices. As to prices; we are going to sell implements cheaper than we did last year. How can we do it? By buying in quantities, discounting our bills, and selling for cash or negotiable notes. Remember, that if vou tret vour implements out of this shinmenfc you will get them cheaper, that this is the place where your, money buys the most, that we give you a dis- count of 5 per cent on all cash purchases, except feed which we sell on too close a margin to allow any dis- - J j count, y) GET YOUR REPAIRS EARLY. WILL BE UNCERTAIN LATER. DELIVERY J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS f CHVVCK . at We arc expecting a car of Shingles Wo carry a nicoassortmcnt of fresh any day, can save you money at car Candies and Fruit of all varieties, door. clean and wholesome. The best is W. E. ELLIS & L AM, JS.I. BOTH rHONES. ' BRO. Jkz&(&Gb The Hartford ruiDAY & TAYLOR. Misses BeUlah Palmer and Susie Gardner, of MoIIenry, were here WedMrs. Coza Dupuy, of Rockport and nesday night, to attend tho St Mrs. P. 0.rMcKinney and son, James Patrick's day ball. Oliver, of Centertown, are spending a few days with their aunt, Mrs. Bob W. A. Hlmes and family, who wen. Gillespie, and family. to Detroit, Mich., a few months ago, j havo returned to the old home spot I Mr. Henry PIrtle, of Montgomery, where they will reside. spend Ala., will return home tho cheapest. CASEBIER m Horses For Sale Six extra good Iowa Percheron Farm. after Republican MARCH 10 Ai M PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS GOOIl Feeds. LINE OP Oats and Mixed DEVER BROS. For Mill Feeas, Sweet Feed and Oats, go to ACTON BROS. Mr. Fred Mldklff, of Fordsvllle. was In town Wednesday. ,5- - For Rugs, Mnttlng and floor coverings go to ACTON BROS. Miss Etta Holder went to Wednesday, Bhopplng.- Owens-boro Tho'now bulk garden seeds have rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE ar- tf poultry. Wo pay cash every day for eggs and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Fred Fought, of Olaton, va3 on business. Wo In town Wednesday, FURNITURE I FURNITURE I have It at WIL'LIAMS & DUKE ti Mr. W. M. IJeflln, of Owensboro, was In town the first of this week. JUST ARRIVED A consignment DEVER BROS. of Garden Seed. FOR SALE Piano. For Infor-'matlcall No. 38, Farmers' phone. on t Dr. E. B. Pendleton made a business trip, to Louisville the first of this l week. Tho best place to get Enamel and Aluminum ware Is at 'ACTON BROS. t 1 Miss Martine Taylor spent week-en- d last Crom- well. " at her .' home- 1 near Jones' Fertilizer Car will a few days. be in In W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Deputy Sheriff, W. H .Miller, of was here Wednesday, on ... H K liiialnpHR. of' New Iron' Beds. They sure do " Call and let us show you our line ACTON look good. 1 . , BROS. ing several days hero and near town. WANTED To buy a farm of 40 Mr. Pirtle came up afte,r a lot of stock to CO acres. Write full particulars he left when ho moved to Ala. -- paper to C. L. TUCKER, Federal Board Co., Versailles, Conn. I havo installed my Broom Factory Wagon. FOR SALP A W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Northern'Seed Potatoes? Yes, wn in the budding adjoining Dr. Bean's havo Xiem,. first grade Irish Cob- Drug Store in Hartford. Will make your brooms at a reasonable cash Mrs. Earl Dovo Is 111, In their blers and Early Ohio. price. rooms at the Commercial HoteL W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 37t4 Erom 4 to 7 years old, weigh from 1,050 to 1,300 N. A. SQHROADER. pounds, sound and good workers. Will be Mr. Louis Fulkerson Is spending Mrs. W. E. Ellis, accompanied by Cockerels, A few Barred Rock Mr. Ellis, went to Owpnsboro Wedthe week in Kronos, on business. HARTFORD until SATURDAY, MARCH 20. Mrs. Thompson strain. Alio eggs for setnesday, returning yesterday. 35t2p ting. Wo pay tho highest market prices Ellis Is being treated for neuritis. Mares may be seen at Williams' Stable. MRS. B. L. TAYLOR. for Eggs and Produce McHenry, Ky. ACTON BROS. Miss Artie Mayt of Louisville, arR. F. D. No. 1 rived hero Wednesday, to spend the Cumb. phone. FOR SALE One mare Mule, 8 remainder of tho week with her sisyears old. ter, Mrs. A. D. Kirk and Mr. Kirk. Did you know that where others W. C. BLANKENSH1P. havo 30 to 40 disks tho Sharpies SepI am paying more cash every day arator has none? It has only three Mr. Everett Tlchenor, ofi Center-tow- n, in the week for Poultry, Eggs and working parts, 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL was here Wednesday, on busi- Cream than anybuyer I know of. BOTTOM and 1 DIVIDING WALL. L. T. RILEY, ness. . For sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. L. W. Tlchenor, of' Centertown, their sister, Mrs. Onls Wade, of Uw Hartford, Ky. Washington community, was In Ha.'tford Wednesday. JUST RECEIVED a shipment of Mrs. A. Word, of Louisville, who Prof. Bruner, of Hartford, spent Blue Ribbon Oil Stoves. Mr. Leslie Hanson, member of tho came back to her old home on ac- Mr Vernon Wheeler will return tt Saturday hero, the guest of Mr. A A. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. force operating in the oil business count of the death of her mother, here, will return from Chicago SaU Mrs. L. D. Bennett, Is spendiug a Akron, Ohio tomorrow, after spend-I- n Carter and family. a week here with friends and Preston Daughorty Is seriously Ub Dick Williamson spent last week- urday, after an absence of ten days. few days with her father. She will Mr. Wheeler has two of pneumonia. end In Central City, with his sister, likely return to her home this week- relatives. Mr. W. F. Cornell, o Franftlfn. tCjr. brothers in the Rubber City, and they Miss Margaret. If you aro in the market for a now end. plan to have their mother and fami- spent the week-en- d buying her.a wJtli&is-famlly- . Davenette see our lln'ebefore ly join them as soon as accommodaMiss Martha Pate spent last week ns we believe that we can furnish Mrs. M". L. McCracken and chil- tions can be secured for keeping 'Mr. J. T. Hoagland and aoir, Ded-le- y, end In Owensboro, tho guest of Miss you Just what you want. dren, accompanied by Mr. McCracken, house. of Fordsvllle, returned ta tkelr ACTON BROS. Martine Taylor. wont to Louisville Tuesday, where! home Monday, after Visiting relatlrea Mrs. McCracken will visit relatives Have you a child In your home at Clear Run. Wo have a car of nice, clean TimoMr. R. A. Rowan and nephew, Ney tho first of April. Mr. Mc- about 10 or 12 years old. He or she spent Monday night here, until Messrs. Herman Park and GeueraV Top Hay. thy and Red Rowan, Cracken returned to his work here can operate a Sharpies Separator as Hoover left here Monday for Otrems W. E. ELLIS & BRO. leaving,Tuesday morning for Crescent at once. well as an older person, the only boro. City, Floriday, where they go on a you will get thru quicker than "FOIt SALE One pair 'of good, prospecting tour. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter were a' child for you will turn faster than FARMING LMIIEMENTS, EKS, Apply to SHELBY LEE. work .Mules, of Mr. Hunter's the child. For a Sharpies Is GUARRoute 1, Hartford. We will have a nice lot of FRESH called to the bedside n, u. at the home of Mr. Erk ANTEED to get all the cream at any The Mogul Tractor, Deerinp Mv UAXribH anu uxHiuiis in, tomor- mother, near Matanzas. The' patient speed. Call or write WILLIAMS & ers and Rakes, International (Oa Miss Kathleen Turner went to Ow- row. Come early and get the pick of was somewhat Improved Wednesday DUKE for a free demonstration, borne) Disk Harrows, peg tooth Harrensboro Saturday, to visit her father, tho 1)eauties. and Mr. Hunter returned home, while 31-- tf Hartford, Ky. ows, one and two row Hooslcr Cera CASEBIER & TAYLOR. returning Monday. Mrs. Hunter will remain. Drills, one row Empire Drills, Laic Good Rags, $2.00 per cwt. Corn King manure Spreaders. 3Q-ll- ne Just arrived, a big 'assortment bf Rev. E. W. Smith returned to HenSulky Plows and Disk CaTtfro-tor- s. Mixed Rags, $1.50 per cwt. I am agent for the MARIETTA choice c oking '"sscls In aluminum derson Monday, where his wife and Old grass sacks $1.00 per cwt. WILLIAMS & J)UKE. International combination CuZt&. An opera, MARBLE & STONE WORKS.. For Uttlo son are visiting. shipment and Mixed scrap Iron, 50c per cwt. vators, Cultivators, fear-tee- n tion was performed on the little boy best of work, promptest prices, see me before you buy your Wheat Bran. $3.00 per cwt. Mr. Nathan Montgomery? of tooth Cultivators, Monday, for tonBllltls. Prfnrce ' l monument. Cream Separators, in fact our Uua&s Wheat Shorts, $3.25 per cwt. Route No 1, was, in town JOHN T.KING, HorBe & Mule Feed, $3,25 per cwt. complete. Wednesday on oustness. $ FOR CHEAP LANDS In a pro"..' gressive country, '" Hartford, Ky. Hog Feed, $3.25 per cwt. Is now putting 35t4p W. E. ELLIS' & BROL that Dairy Feed, $3,00 per cwt. 'We are adding a big line of Plow in 200 miles of rock roads, If niter? Mayor John E. Bean, has about 16 per cent phosphate at car, $1.35 CARD OP THANKS Gear. Call and look It over. ested write E. L. SEGO, - Grlfflthvllle, Ark. recovered from an attack of acute per cwt. W. B. ELLIS & BRO. 35t4 35f3p Indigestion, with which he was sudI buy and sell for cash. We wish to extend our grabiswte-anD. L. D. SANDEFU.R, Capt. J. G. Kcown, of Evansvllle, appreciation to our many frfeA Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Blankenshlp, of denly stricken several days ago. OthBeaver Dam, Ky. and neighbors for kindness sfcatrR, Ind., was here Monday and Tuesday, Beaver Dam, are host and hostess to er troubles followed the attack of in- and servlco rendered, duriug tho Illon business for the Case Plow Co. a much appreciated guest, a young digestion and the Mayor has been DUKEHUIIST. ness and death of our dear niotluar-anWeiEIUUI, JUDt lumiuiiu uu....& " flir. 1J1UI1HUIIBU11, wife. The best by test. Sharpies Cream. pounds, who arrived March tne iu Mr. O. R. Hlckey, bad one of his L. D. BENNETT AND CHILDRESS. Separator for sale by Mr. Ben H. Bennett, of Desde-monl31-t- f Texas, who had been home to hands badly burned last week, by an WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. Beverly Childress, who sustainNOTICE! a sorlpaa accident while at work attend tho burial of his mother, left explosion of a gasollnoenglne. Tayed lor Morris, who was assisting htm, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley went to for a Tobacco Company in Owens- for Texas last Saturday. Ho was My farm of 120 acres for sale, uear-Roby Mr. James Vertrees. rejelvcd slight burns about thejace. Owensboro Monday, where Mrs, Riley boro, March 11, Is doing as well as Roy, Ky. Miss Alma Baughn and brother, 'will visit relatives a few' days. Mr. could be expected, and it Is nov Mrs. Vertrees will remain with her ODA HAYCRArTt Oda, spent Saturday and Sunday with 38t2p Riley returned Monday afternoon. father, Mr. Bennett, for Borne time, thought that he will recover. Mares in NEAL BROS. & HARRIS. dlf-oren-ce Ful-korso- ' five-too- th n, -- i. a, b ?- - As suire as you are a foot high you will like this Camel Turkish and Domestic JBnn, .ufefll .jHWPii "Hiillll blend! . LOWDEX AS TEACHKH PUNISHES SCHOOL 11ULLY When Gov. Frank O. Lowdcn was country school teacher in Hardin county, Iovntho often had In his classes farm hands who were much older and biggor and stronger than he. The governor ' hnd his first schoql when ho was only 15 years old "There was n boy in my school named Uob McBride, who had been a classmato of mine in my own school and whoso parents had moved into this district where I was to teach. lie was not going to bo bossed by mo if ho could help it. So ho started a series of petty persecutions. Ho was a big, powerful fellow and he could lick me. I knew that, but I also know that tho ttmo would como when thonf would have to bo a showdown before the wholo school. "Bob kept up his petty annoyances until ho was thoroughly in the wrong. I waited patiently. One day I went out and cut a fine hickory sapling and put It in my desk. Tho time came when he flatly disobeyed me. I knew I had every pupil In that school on my side and that it was time for mo to act. I took up that hickory stick and walked down to where he sat. I put my hand on his shoulder and began to lay about me. I took Bob absolutely off his guard. Ho ,knev in his heart he was In tho wrong and I was armed with the right. He didn't dare resist me. I won, of course. "That taught me that if you are armed with the right you are doubly armed. Have patience, wnlt until the other fellow puts himself so thoroughly in tho wrong thnt everybody knows he Is in the wrong, nnd you jwill win tho fight. I applied Ihe I principle afterward. Bob Men ride became a good friend of mine. Ho ac- ! tually Jnvlted me to como to his which is house and stay over-nigabout the biggest compliment you can pay to a country teacher." n ht DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Judgo R. W. Slack, Oweniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Master Commissioner Mar- REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W.. T. McKenney. Clork R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal II. F. Stovens. FORDSVIIiLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Ornnt Pollard. JMEMliagaWi iC 'J.UI'JM'AM M.'IHa( mc.Bsii tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. 1st Monday Com'th. 1st Monday 1st Monday Com'th. 3d Mondny Cal P. Keown, I m Jl -- JE Aj . tyf b 11 I SpVtelSiimvammkm9m Camea never got such cigarette-contentmeas Camels hand you. Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic Tobapcos make this goodness possible and make you prefer this Camel blend to either Camels mellow-mildne- ss nt wiYYtrnSvfSwiaaaammLM T f?AlHBMrtBinfflFWm llJlf ' ili III linTMlliHil 1 X$3b3KnflMJiHHaM rTjHBMMifm&MiSDal SMjHMHPMypMBllpya SaSXuiaKHfianljaaK'lE inc'paper-covere- '""'''.yrecommenrfrAia CJr'on 'or "p home or ofKcm '"PP1? R. '" ate mold everywhere 'cienitncauy eeaiea racxafeo 30 e'rfarerfee; or ten pick- (JOOeifare-ireelid a laea carton. We JNSHltlHlfflfiH V&flDQE&99H "SMHBBJPBmI TOBACCO CO. Wlneton-Salem- r w"' you travel. J. REYNOLDS , N. C kindo ftobacco smokedstraight! is a ! revelation! Smoke them with freedom without tiring your taste They leave no unpleasant ciga-ret- ty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor ! O mm Jteltis&bs J T SJEJ JKL Give Camels every test puff-for-pu- then ff compare them with ! any cigarette in the world 3M -n 'JSHfrnm " fi Jri !' 1 E. S. County Board of Education Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTV COURT. Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford Meets first Mondny in each month. Route G. Judgo Mack Cook. Div. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvillo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Div. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, DunW. C. Blankenshlp. Clerk Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. dee. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Div. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslne. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Div. No. 5 Otis Stovens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tav Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Div. No. G Nat Llndley, Center- Coroner E. P. Rodgers. town. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. lllrdlc Mldkiff nnd October. Irn Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. EXAMINATIONS 8rd District Q. B. Brown, SImmoni. ItL District G. W. Rowe, Center-towCommon School Diploma May 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam Sth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- and Fordsvillo.. . May 21 and 22 County Teachers' V. S. Dean, Dundco. Oth District Examination at Hartford, (White). 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. May 2S and 29 County Teachers' 8ti) District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examinotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 5. Juno 18 and 19 County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvillo, HARTFORD. n. 14-ann. 4th Mondny in November Com'th. and Civil. .Civil. in March il days nnd Civil. in May 12 dayi Civil. in July 12 days and Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 12' days in September FOR PRESENT YEAR 12 days , A , :J blend yA A Timely Suggestion Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratchcr. Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. FARM DEPARTMENT. girls' clubs in Nebraska estimate the munities are rapidly following this total value of their products for the plan, so that In time every farmer past year at $9S,00,0 and their net in Crawford County will have ready? access to supply of limestone and retiyns at ?47,000. rock phosphate at reasonable prices. lSroom Corn, Indian Corn, And Other IMants nnri-cBroom corn for manufacturing purposes may be imported hereafter only under permit and when its condition Js such that It can be satisfactorily disinfected at port of entry, under a quarantine placed by the Secretary of Agriculture, effectivo February 21, 1920. Indian corn and certain related plants from nil foreign countries are denied entry into the United States In the raw or unmanufac tured state, except sorghum hay from Canada and the shelled or thrashed grain, from any country, of the plants included in the quarantine. The to quarantine applies, in addition broom corn and Indian corn, to such related plants as sweet sorghums, grain sorghums,' sugar cane, Sudan grass, Johnson grass, pearl millet, Napier grabs, and Job's-tearTho necessity for such a quarantine was demonstrated a week or so ago by the discovery of living larvae of the corn borer in some 97 bales of broom corn shipped from Italy ta New York, the first considerable shipment of foreign broom corn since the war period. It has been definitely determined that the Europan corn borer, now known to exist in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Pennsylvania, originally reached this country through tho medium of imported broom cprn. s. The 12,000 members of boys' and ready been obtained. Other com- Wool Sold In Largo Lot' Gets Farm- Wage Question May Cut Food l'ro. duction. Serious risk of reduced food pro duction this year because of high wages domanded by farm laborers, high cost of farm equipment and supplies and because of pronounced movements of people from tho farms to the cities is indicated by reports and letters that "are reaching the United States Department of Agriculture from many sections of tho country. The most definite report of this year's movement comes from New York State, where records of the population on 3,775 representative farms on Febrmry 1 this year and February 1, a year ago were made by FedIt was diseral and State workers. closed that during the past year tho number of people on theso farms decreased nearly 3 per cent and the number of hired men decreased mora than 17 per cent. If the same ratio holds for all farms In tho State about 35,000 men and boys left tho farm to-go into other industries, while only about 11,000 have changed from other industries to farming. This 13 a more rapid movement from tho farms to other industries thnn took place in tho early part of tho war. The same conditions in varying degrees exist in all sections, according to the Federal Bureau of Crop Estimates, although they aro not so acute farther from industrial cen Tho next time you havo a cough Cough or cold try Chamberlain's 12, or more hours a day when the Remedy. It is pleasant to take and tendency in other industries is to- you are sure to be pleased with tho ward a shorter working day and a relief which it affords. This remedy ' has a wide reputation for its cures of decreased output. mm m coughs and colds. "Why Colds Aro Dangerous. OFFICER SHOT TO DEATH AVIIIIiK IX COURT 1IOUSR You are often told to "beware of a cold," but why? We will tell you: Albany, Ky., March. G. His body Every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and paves the way riddled by bullets, Deputy Sheriff M. for the more serious diseases. Peo-l- o F. dimming, 30 years old, was slain who contract pneumonia first take in tho Court House corridor this aftcold. Tho longer a cold hangs on ernoon by a fusllado of twenty-fiv- e the greater the danger, especially shots fired by Steve Gibson, his four from the germ diseases, as a cold pre- sons and AV. Lee. Before he fell tho Deputy Shorlff pares the system for the reception and development of the germs of shot the elder Gibson through tho consumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever head and his son, Marion, in the back Cumming arrested Gibson and his and whooping cough. The quicker you get rid of your cold, the less sons two weeks ago on moonshinlng the danger of contracting one of theso warrants. Tlrteats of vengeance wer diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Reme- made at tho time, it is reported. Today, Joined by Leo, a neighbor, dy has a great reputation as a cure for colds and can be depended upon. they walked Into the Court House, m called Cumming from his offico and, It is pleasant to take. mm after heated exchange of words, the DECK-HANvolley was fired. SUES DAILKO.U). Court There were no pay was House attaches found Cumming dead, for overtime A suit brought against W. D. Hines, director-g- with eight bullets In his body. No other officials were In .town and eneral of the U. S. railroad ad ministration, in Jersey City, by a the intruders escaped. Tonight a deck-lian- d on a Pennsylanvla railroad posso Is searching for them. Tho tug. The plaintiff said he had work- Gibsons livo several miles from here. ed' 12 hours a day "under the exlgen- A pain In tho sldo or back that cles of tho war" and claimed over- tlmo amounting to $394. Counbel catches when you straighten up calls for Director Hines argued that a bo for a rubbing application of Ballard's It relaxes' tho connus had been accepted by employees Snow Llnhnent. instead of overtime. Decision was tracted niuscles and permits ordinary reserved. It Is estimated that proba- bodily motion without suffering or Price 25c, 50c and bly 2,000,000 employees of the rail- inconvenience. road administration havo tho same $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Cour-t- y m Drug Co. title to overtime pay as this plaintiff D 26 County Teachers' Examination at (Colored). Sept. 17 and IS County Examination at (White). June 23 and nnd Stata Hartford, nnd State-Teacher- s' Hartford, (White). Sept. 24 and 25 (Colored). County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford pEvcry Woman Wants Mothers pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation IYonmmnr!.rl .. I ..!: P Finkhatn Med. Co. for ten vear. A healing wonder for naml catarrh, sore throat and sore eye Economical. Hat xttaatdioarv rleanitna arul errrrlr'tAA nnwSacjio Freo. 30c. all dmsguU, of i.nij by I -r FO ppRcsnMAi nvricMP Dissolved in water for douches itopr fVKtw$ at use . nn3. Tin PaitunTcif t Couipanr. Hotoo. Mm. U Yeritui use al.yu.uV kttsm Jlm. M ' A Safe, Remedy for Worms 03&ttWLKVtlX2ZX&aasSSXlZlSa&. ;SJWi is m jpujiL j vx JJ! w t SfTentj-flrrontlnq-on- i la thi brat Iratltuonlal FURY'S VUllMIKUUK cm otter ue inn' - He. a bottle ut rnur drag fflat'a or general atore t or 11 harpy and IkmIUi. jou. Krrp a bottle alirajra no hand. It will hf krep the little one l n A f li rour dealer can't aupplr jon end hla name and 23f. la atampi Succeed when everything else fails. In r.eivouij prostration and female eakncss they aro the tuprnne remedy, 01 thousands have testifieJ. : is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. and we'll aeud Jan a bottle promptly. E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. I'QR K5DNCY,LIVERAND it WILL YOU. TAKE OUR "Gee-Whi- z! How it Hurts The Pain in My Foot!" GERMINAL REMEDY Alter a Few Doses of Black-Draugh- t, ers in all parts of New York State that experienced farm help, hired by tho month, will bo paid tht year about $52 a month and board, as " Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of compared with $45.50 last year1. Ex Seventy yters of successful use liaa HIgglnbotham, of this town, 6ayi", "At perienced married men, not boarded made Thedford's a but provided with a house and farm my ago, which Is 65, the liver does ! products, are expected to receive on not act bo well as when yoiing. A few standard, household remedy. Every member, of every family, at tlmoe, tho avorago about $G8.50 a month in cash as compared with $60 last year. years ago, my stomach was all out of need the help that can fix. I was constipated, my liver give, in cleansing the system and re Numerous letters to the Department of Agriculture from its field didn't act My digestion was bad, and Having the troubles that como from Fertiliser Bins At Railroad workers or from farmers indicate a it took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy liver, (Illinois) widespread disposition to cut down Tho Crawford County farm bureau, through tho efforts of plantings bo that tho work of cultl petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep wc)l v.aless your I decided I would give Black- - stomach, liver and bowels are In good tho county agent, has secured spaco vating can bo attended to by tho at railroad points pn which to build farmer himself or by members of his Draught a thorough trial as I knew it working order. Keep them that way bins for storage of limestono and family. The assertion that farmers was highly recommended for this Try It'acts promptly, rock phosphate. At Palestlno an as- -' ' can not pay tho high wages domanded trouble. I began tak.ng It I felt gently and in a natural way. If you Bociatlon was- - formed to construct n in competition with other Industries belter after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose tonight bin GO feet long and 12 feet wide and and inako a profit on their products to conduct tho work of purchasing is frequently made. Many farmers, Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow, Trict A total also, deelaro it is unfair to them to bowels acted naturally and the least 25c a package Ons oaut ' and distributing limestone. of 900 tons of this material has al be under thp necessity of working 10, iroublo itm toon rlgutod with a ftw All drosjiiar through the county agent and a representative of the Stato bureau of markets, assisted a committee of farmers in organizing the pool and Belling tho wool to tho highest bidder. effort promises This to havo a permanent effect through the stimulation of meetings and dem- onstratlons in the care, feeding and handling of' tho products of sheep. Black-DraughtBlack-DraugBlack-Draug' Black-Draug- applicathousand ppunds of wool were pooled and marketed at ble in some degree in every part of prices ranging from 49 cents to 54 the country, is that farm wages this cents a pound by farmers of Dav year will average 14 per cent highCounty, S. Dakota. These prices er than they were in 1919, although represent advances of from 9 to 12 In 1919 they were 80 per cent higher cents over the local quotations. than they were at tho beginning of Tho Day County Farm Bureai, tho war. Estimates from 350 farmTwenty-thre- e ers Bettor Price ters. Another New York report, LIVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD 'Sometimes it is in my arm. Merciful Heaven, how my back hurts in tho morn ing 1" It's nil duo to on overabundance of acid. The kidneys are not oblo to get rid of it. Such conditions you egKr mmKLl Treatment m for WEAK LUNGS or tr CONSUMPTION called uric that poison A Quick relief (or that tired, run down feellnc, , coughi, palm In cheat, nifht awrali. It il dots weak lungi or cooaumplloa. hemor-rhagea- FORON MONTH COLUMBUS M ": v not help you II coala you nolbtog. OHIO MEDICAL GO. lock .box aio ( o dan f Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved overcome, and pro'wDB life roadily ad-vi- by USE LI V-VER-- taking tho of Dr. Pierce, which is "keep tho kidneys in good order." "Avoid too much meat, alcohol or tea. Drink plenty of puro water, preferably hot water, beforo meals, and drive tho urio acid out of tho system by taking Anuric." This can .bo obtained at almost any drug store. Send a bottle of water to tho chemist at Dr. Picrco's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and you will receive frco medical advice as to whether tho kidneys aro affected. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog, you Buffer from backacho, dizzy spells, or twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism or gout; or sleep is disturbed two or tiirco times a night, take heed, beforo too late. for it will Get Anurio put ncwMifo into your kidneys and your cntiro system. Ask your nearest druggist for it or send Dr. Picrco tea ccnta for trial package. e, I For Lazy Liver and ihe Troubles of Constipation. . ' r Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay ofl from work for days by taking calomel Ver-Lo- x when pleasant keeps yo on your feet, whilorelievingyourtroujn lo. Safer too, and cosy to take. DonX tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. beforo Liv- - Ve Lax win completely displaco calomel in over home.; Children can tako it freely ani with perfect Bafety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and ?1 in bottles. Non genuine without tho likeness and sign turo of L, K. Qrigaby. For sale by K. M, WILLIAM!, UxUox JU i '' il SLAYER AVERS HE and he has already, had somo miraculous escapes. WOMAN EVAXriELIHT'S MORAIi WISDOM SHOTS Ma less-- : KILLED IN SLEEP 4S&$ Michigan Man Remembers Nothing Regarding Wife's Death ,tgV I Flavor Oasis Why are WRIGLEY flavors like the pyramids of Efiypt? long-lastin- g. Because they are And WCUGLEY'S is a beneficial as well as long-lastin- g treat. 13 "My Por.tiac. Mich March wlfo kissed mo and went to sleep on my arm. Tho next thing I remember I was walking on tho rnil-roa- d tracks and knew that I'had killed her." This-- is the Amazing statemon: made to tho police by C. L. Gannon. 23, who h in Jail hero charged-WIt- h tho murder of his wife, who was found slain In bed In her homo In surPontluc. The n circumstances rounding the crime are tho most curious thnt have confronted the authorities hero in years. Gannon, who told the officers that he worshipped his wife, asserted that ho suffered a loss of memory during wnlrh time he could remember nothing that took place. Ho regained his memory, ho said, anu found himself fully dressed walk. Ing from his home down the railroad tracks toward the.clty. He gave himself up to tho first policeman ho met, and at his request both returned to tho home, where they found tho body of the murdered woman, her head d axt and a crushed standing beside tho bed. Indications were that tho woman had given no N blood-staine- Spokane, Wash., March, 13. Hcia a few pearls of wisdom and n couple slugs ofH'incgar tonic for tho corals handed oul by a woman evangelist here. She says: "Girls, don't look llko beefsteak:. There's moro paint in Spokane than in hell. "Don't uso so much perfume a man is gassed into submission. If you can't see the harm in danc lng you are blind. Somo parents think it Is best to teach their children to dance and play cards nt homo so they won't have to learn these vices elsewhere. Might teach 'cm to smoke, swear and steal for the same reason." are Beware "Doped" Cough Syrup! 'arafflS' iii IraAvM iiiih It's, .U -- years; safe and sure for babies and children. It gives prompt relief from severe and slight coughs, colds, hoarseness, sore throat. Bronchitis, Whooping Cough and Croup. Keep a bottle in the house all the time. lm Refuse any cough mixture containing Opium, Morphine, Chloroform, Codeine or other dangerous, drugs. They "dope" the system and frequently do great harm. They arc not eood for anvbodv. and positively dangerous for babies and children. t i i i i. tt r?nT?T?c iiiu (.uuyii syrup maue wuouy uuii- j, harmless herbs; known and used for 48 habit-forming ut - d T. .itcriATil ?S1-- ..COUOH Get GOFFS The Original No-Do- HEARS DESCEND ON NEW JERSEV II.Amimct VILLAGES """its "!f:IT;" R COUGH SYRUP GOPF'S It Guaranteed to help you and your children. Every dealer is authorlied to your money without queitlon it you uy return It did not help you. Wholesale Factory Agency for From Your Grocer or Drugcht at 30c. and 60c. a Bottle Pearl River, N. Y March 12 the village butcher, saw hear tracks In the snow on the outskirts of Montvale, JJ. J., Just across tho state line. Hesse followed the tracks to tho home of Edward Serrel and there telephoned to everybody nbout the country to be on the lookLeo Hesse, Till Territory Paraons & Scoville Co. Evamville, Ind. COIF'S COUGH SYRVP-Mad, by S, B. Coff & Son, Co. Camd.n, jV. J. struggle. "I loved my wife," Garmon told the It helps appetite and digestion, keeps teeth clean and breath sweet allays thirst. CHEW IT AFTER EUERY MEAL Sealed Tigh- tKept Right A10 jREMOVE officeis, "Sho was a good woman, very considerate and dutiful. We had Sho was previously mar. no trouble. ried and had a hard time' and I tried to make up to her for her unhappl-ness- i. Wo did not quarrel." Great beads of perspiration poured down Gannon's face as he told his story. He appeared to bo under n great strain. As a result of a train wreck two years ago ono arm, part of a foot were lost and he has since been forced to wear a silver plate in his skull to cover a fracture. He told the officers that of late his head bothered him a great deal and he did not ' sleep well at night. Danced in Evening. out for bears. Mr. Hesse himself saw the bears, two of them, after he left the Serrel home, but they were half a mile away and he did not consider 'It necessarj to try to catch up with them. Half a dozen men armed with rifles traced the bears to the home of Mrs. Laura Hollls In Pearl River. Mrs. Hollla said she had seen them, but thought they wero stray dogs and drove them away. It was reported tho animals had killed several calves near Allendale, N. J. mm 'H ISiifof flnntenta 15TluidDfachj CASTORIA For Infants and Children. MASONIC SOLILOQUY. e2S 55ffl John William Tinsley. my life in utter darkness With As I knelt upon my knee, And prayed to heaven for guidance On my mystic march to be; And finding favor In the craft That placed their trust In me, I embarked upon the mystic flight of The Square, Compass and G. m 5 iZO . Always ''"' linfithcSiomachSjmdBOTcWM fewTOmsrais Bears the ThcrctyPromotinDScsUofl Signature J i tiffim AVccIablclVcparaJionforM-J Mothers Know That Genuine (iastoria t h aiiiuuiiwiii .. i yrjr Jft f ChccrfulncssanQKcsLW"-- "-. las-5""- fecySs 5Wi VJra H Hr-- - neither Opittm,Morphlncnor Mineral. CHILDREN URGED IN REPORT 11 In Feeble Minded Insti.4- - tute To Be Given Showing By Robert D. Amlerson. Frankfort, Ky., March 13. The report of tho Huntsman probe committee, submitted today, urges tho State Hoard of Charities and Corrections to "give immediate attention" to tho cases of tho cloven children from tho Feoblo- whose removal Minded Instltuto was recommended by Dr. H. H. Goddard, expert from Columbus, O. Tho report exonerates tho Kentucky Children's Homo Socle- ty and Judge Harry W. Robinson, of Loulsvillo, from any blamo in connec- tion with tho commitment of children to tho Institute. It nlso exonerates Tnko HorbIno for indigestion. It tho management of tho instltuto In rci0Ves tho pain hi a fow minutes and with tho objectlonnblo forces the fcrmentod matter which connection conditions found there. causes tho misery Into tho bowels 'where it is expelled. Price COc. Sold The report says, In part: Ohio County Drug Co. w v"The institution does not reflect credit on tho great commonweaiui oi ap- -, Kentucky. It does not In any senso HEFLIN hcitlzcns might properly boast at ho pear to bo an institution of which ono,s wh(j hayo citizens might proudly boast at homo Jn ma vJc, nro or abroad. Wo repeat and Insist, howC(J, (111 A 11 fllti V a uv over, inui H.I.. nlt..nlnn .la u3 Mr Paul Rubso11i who haa beon to tho lack of funds for tho proper nttondlng Mhoo, nt Kmsaa CUy Mo administration of tho caro and at has returned to his home, near Hef-lltontlon rightfully duo to a most unfortunate class of our own people. Miss Ethel Richeson, of this place, Change Anticipated. visited her mother, Mrs. Ilettio Rlch- "The institution has passed now eson, of II u ford, last week. of a management Mrs. Mary Rlggs visited Mr. and Into tho hands 'which wo understand will undortako jjrs. Davo Havener, Monday, Mrs, S. L. Whlttaker, who has a departure from old methods and wnys. This commltteo .wishes tho beon sick for tho last few months, now management "godspeed" In their died at hor home Thursday morning, efforts and oxpresses tho hopo that The remains wore burled at, Wood-onl- y good will result, but with that ward's Valley Saturday afternoon at tho o'clock. linno tho commltteo expresses Mr. Gooble and Willie Thomasson ultimate success will redoubt that sult unless tho authority be armed went to Owensboro Tuesday, of last tho .with proper means to carry out con- week, with a load of tobacco. Mrs. Ada Rlggs and children visit.great work with which they aro ed at Mr. and Mrs. Hipsley Rlggs', fronted. "It appears from Dr. Goddard's rt Tuesday. Mrs. Mablo Ross and lUtlo daughthat thero aro olevon chlldron In which ho ex- - ter, Ruth, ot near South Carrollton, tho class of twonty-flv- e with Mrs. Ross' nmlned. throe of which class were spent last week-en- d transferred from tho Kentucky Chll- - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Easter-dren- 's Horn and eight ot whom camo day, of this place, Mrs. Pat Fostor spent a few days thoro directly from various counties. beWRh her son, Mr. Jess Foster, last Those eleven aro denominated, as ing "Just across tho border line. ween Looking to their welfare, it is suggested to tho Board ot Control that every effort should be inado by tha FOR FLETCHER'S board that some arrangement bo Imtho mediately made looking toward I prospects. Will Furnish Names. "The committee, , or , chairman thereof, will furnish at a convenient time a list of these eleven unfortunate children together with Information as to places from whence they camo originally. Tho commltteo reels that since it appears that there Isyet hopo for them tlio Board of Control should give their., cases Immediate attention. "The commltteo expresses tho opinion and the slnccrest hopo, that thero may bo ultimately, and perhaps Immediately, much good as a result of Its investigations. It has brought to tho forefront a condition that was not generally known to exist, and has developed a need for some sort of In- stltutoiu, or place In existing Institu tions for tho care and treatment of n ,0st pitiablo class of unfortunates, sinco this is truo, tho Investigation instigated by our chairman-- , R. O. Huntsman, should bo commended." betterment of their conditions and ir 1 1 , n. ro-no- Children Cry CASTO R' A Tho a stranger to the mystic art In God I 'placed my trust, The couple spent the afternoon be- To free my life from earthly care3. fore tho murder shopping hnd in the And purify my lusts: To pilot me on the voyage evening attended a danco. "We had a good time," Garmon O're waves ot unknown sea, said, "and after wo returned home As I drifted on the Journey of wo spent some, time making plans Tho Square, Compass and G. . for the summer. My wife kissed me and went to sleep on my arm. The VIth the Master as my "pilot, next thing I remember I was walking And the helm within his hand, on tho railroad tracks and knew that I had no fear of danger While in, that unknown land; I had killed her." Coroner Farmer took charge ot But traveled on with feeble steps , the body and decided to hold no In- And wistful eyes to see, "" quest. C. II. Wooton, an uncle of Into tho mystic symbols of Mrs. Garmon, lived In the same house The SqUare, Compass and G. with them. Sho had no parents, but a son by her former marriage sur- With steps of feeble character I traveled on and on, vives. According to Garmon the couple Hoping to find an entrance wore married four months ago. Ho To reach my Master's throne, camo hero to work for the Dupont And there to gain the mystery Engineering Company. He Is behm Of my future life to bo, held pending a decision as to whether And learn to use the working tools to call a sanity commission. The Square, Compass and G. tt . Now I have the secret of PREDICTS FLASHING OF PICTURES TO MARS Tho great mysterious art, A Mason, yes, a Master! Cincinnati, March 13. That pic- Deep down within tho heart; tures as well as words may be flash- The darkness turned fo knowledge ed to other planets Is tho hope ex- That filled my soul with glee, pressed by Miss Annette Covington, To comprehend tho mystery of Cincinnati artist, direct descendant Tho Square, Compass and G. of Robert Fulton, builder of the flrs On the Plumb of life I'm working steamboat. Puzzled over the theory that actual With tho Gavel In my hand, signals aro possible, Miss Covington To Square life's ritdo disfigures believes that communication with On my Journey thru' this land; other worlds will come if a long and With tho Level even balanced O'ro life's unresting sea: short flash has been observed. "In time, we might even show th'3 I have no fear of wreckage on Mnratlans a picture of an earth city," Tho Square, Compass and G. said Miss Covington. dooms the ver- "Of courso I am. still skeptical When the death-kne- ll dict nbout being able to get tho first communication, but, once that is accom- Of my soul's eternal flight, plished, tho rest should ho less diffi- And my vision blinds aro lowering Into scenes of endless light; cult." Miss Covington is a. granddaughter When tho shadows of death are gathering ot tho late Samuoi Fulton Chase, who was first president of tho Cincinnati Sing "Nearer My God To Thee," Anil carve upon my headstono Chamber ot Commerce ( Tho Square, Compass and G. Masonic Home Journal. KILLING OF ELEPHANT HERD. NOVEL EXPERIMENT HARD s, WORK FOR THE IJEES London, March 13. Major tho officer who was appointNaturalists tell us that when a ed by tho government to extermlnata the herd of elephants Inhabiting tho swarm of bee3 Heeds wax to build Addo Forest, near Port Elizabeth, new combs a delegation of workers South Africa, Is having a novel ex- gorge themselves and cling together perience, says a Central News Johan- in a dense mass, suspended from 24 some point overhead. Within nesburg message Ho reports that after killing a largo hours wax begins to ooze from tho on their abdomens, being number of tho animals ho is being secreted by glands near tho plates hunted by tho romalnder. Tho elephants have evidently real-- J These plates, on the under surface of lzed that ho is their natural enemy, tho abdomen, can bo viewed readily and Instead ot him doing the talking, with the aid of a microscope, oven one ot low. power. the boot Is on the other leg. Making wax Is harder work for the Major Pretorlous adds that the animals display extraordinary cunning, boos than making honey; to produce lying In wait for his approach as If a. single pound ot wax 21 pounds of they had made a preconcerted plan, honey Is consumed. la order to ob- i WAX-MAKIN- G Pro-torlouwax-plates .',! jlm&zzrfljJ Scitna JbckUiSaltl rcfmunl (lantiHlSWT a LMnful Remedy NotNahcotic 5E&r1 fof 8H9 ;?ks. o5a'5 !?"-?' o . . (tastlpaBonandDlarrtoea. lOSS OF SLEEP racnjic"s;jnatcrcjif W tj rtj Use For Over (ZrffXS fcffiCEKrAOTCoMMNC iyiiiii Ml'aMIIIII'JTTJtliPfflfrfJTfn Thirty Years yH x 'l Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THCetNTAUHeOMMWY. NIW YOUH CITT, V The Quality Paint You are looking for a paint that is not only easily applied, but that will wear longest without fading. TKat's RED SPOT. It's made by people with years of experience, from the very best pigments and oils. Use it for your house, barn or silo. There is a color and a variety for every purpose. FOR SALE BY jm . i I ACTON BROS., KY. lUUlTFOItl), H WlljlJ.yly Tfigk ffifflJSI tain tho maximum amount ot honey, use a many machine to extract the honey 'from tho comb and then put the lattor back in the hive to be refilled repeatedly, thus not only conserving honey hut making moro ot the bees' time available for gathering and storing new stocks ot the sweet liquid. to rs tively large mass ot wax has accumulated the bee begins scraping it off with Its bind legs which aro fitted with sharp hairs or spines, known as Often other bees assist In removing tho wax, Btabblng legs luto It and their pulling It loose. As the wax Is torn off in tho form The wax as It exudes from tho ot scales It is passed forward to the plates on a worker's abdomen is thin mnndibles of tho Insects and with and fluid but It soon hardens in con- some assistance from tho foro legs tact with the air, forming a coating worked into a smooth soft masi on tho outer surface ot tho plato, whiclWs finally used to build up cells ot comb for honey, for which gradually thickens as fresh eggs or for a compara wax la secreted, When pollen-comb- s. spine-arme- d six-Bid- ed bee-brea- d. u ' "ill smmkrm ir- - ftam i Following nro tho names of people In our community who are ifi with flu: Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Q. Parks, Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvll TIchenor, F. B. Bidwell's cntiro family, and the Sttnta, March 1C Despite Mr. Fred TInsley. 9rK4fc rdjMirts today that tho Gorninn Mr. W. C. Bennett spent Sunday regime, under Dr. tltUrlBt defnuto with Mr. and Mrs. Nay Rowan, of WMfcanx Kajin. has thrown up tho Heflln. Mrs. Rowan and boh, Joe, gwnga, thf-- rillies intend to maintain have whooping cough. lla3ostiiit,'.vnitch on tho Ilhlno" nnd Mr. F. d. Bennett visited Mr. Ira at strategic tienp Jhnlr-tnmpEllis, Sunday. reinforced strongth un Mr. Ernest .Shown, who hns been lit thrrn Ik ahsoluto certainty that quite sick-- , is slowly improving. n neither UTttntiUonary nor a red Mrs. J. W. Layman visited hor tho former cm-,7If children, Mr. and Mrs. Mnrlon Park, who are 111, at the homo of Mr. Orvll iifrlinhntly, tho most Important unTlchcnor, Sunday. official rcuort from Berlin today was Messrs A. A. Rowan nnd A. L. had sent a diplomatic thrtt Balrd visited their aunt, Mrs. Tabitha Fried-ric- h TJiSasinn .to Stuttgart, whero t Balrd, Sunday. fcbert mid his cabinet are hold-ta- R BAM) KNOB. Mrs. L. B. TIchenor, of Hartford, Another dispatch had It spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Orvll JShat .F.hntt was In direct touch with Mr. L, L. Leach has sold his store TIchenor. Kbc nlllnn Joday antf had a telcphono to Mr. Oda Haycraft, and will move J. N. Hudson, who has been quite ox)VmiU Ion with Premlbr Mlllerand. to Hartford soon, where ho will go feeble for several days, is able to be S.'hfKf reports, which lack official own out again. cofirjiiatlon, wore greeted with into his Olive store. Taylor and sort, Darrel, Mrs. Mr. Mack Newcomb nnd family, SrstUBratlon by that section of tho of Buford, have moved to our neighQiVriviu press and public that has been arc on tho sick list this week. Mrs. Ona Cook is sick. borhood. ar$la.K France to take tho Inltlatlvo Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Sandefur, Mr. for tho Farmers are anxious sep-arton raging the la movement In South Germany, E. P. Sandefur ancVdaughter, Mae, ground to get dry so they can sow JaUng; advantago of an oppor-Orftt- y were visitors at Mr. F. L. Taylor's their oats. Tho high winds, wo are having are playing havoc with tho to ofcviato tho German menace recently. Mrs. Kitty Taylor has been sick mud. ISwever f splitting tho nation asun- for a few days. Miss Ena Westerficld, who has ill!T. at A Hijort that Marshal Foch gave theMrs. Agnes Shields was buried on been attending school at Hartford, Is Brick House burying grounds, confined to her homo here, with hours in which rJ3r. ffeM forty-eigmumps. Jo :jfen, threatening to march into the 10th of March.. We are having quite a "bit" of t Giawwuiy Jf tho demand was dlsobey-4,ta- s BROOM NOTICE denied officially. It caused rain, which keeps the roads in bad Those having broom corn should j?.reat sensation here, but in qua- condition and the farmers very far behind with their early plowing. get It to our place by April 1st. Work rters uharesano and logical heads Softly but swiftly the Angel of the guaranteed. Price 50cts. or half. It was ridiculed from the Lord stole into our midst within the C. N. BAIRD, Manager. outst-S- . Hartford Broom Works. Again It was reported that Dritaln, past month taking away two of our ilirangh her chargo d'affaires In Ber- most lovable mothers and christian hours workers, Mrs. Martha Leach and Mrs. lin. Juid given Kapp forty-eigMary Davis. They were Indeed kind5a which to establish a stable Our community reports ness personified. There have been ever since the Saturday coup hinting can truly say that it has been ut British collusion with, or tacit con- greatly benefited by their having sent and moral support of, the mili lived amongjts.' Mrs. Davis is surtarist revolt. They have served to ln- - vived by 7 children and Mrs. Leach n reeling ncre, uui by her husband and 4 children. (uJiy ONE WHO KNEW THEM WELL there are those who helleve that is C. A. L. part and parcel of the German Junk-ex- x sow dlssention among scheme to rOH SALE the allies as a "sideline" of their auies keeping he on germany s ilr rovo-InUn- lr. Run Baptist church next Saturday i$t :l p m and Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. Como out everybody, nnd hoar the new pastor, Rev. Alboi t You will be certain to hear Maddox. a good sermon. Mrs. Eliza Hundley, of Ind.Hs vlilt-In- g hor sons, of this place, this week Mr. Robort Kirk is able to work again. .Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. R. Tlnsloy, of tho Washington neighborhood, were In this vicinity Friday. The roads are so bad out this way that some of tho boys say when they go out any place in theiiJ)uggle that on tho return trip they have to get out and push on the back of i buggy, while the 'horse pulls at the front, In order to get their buggies back home. "All hands up" if you believe it. 1H3IU II , SPRING Merchandise IN ABUNDANCE IN EVERY frh. anti-Prussi- 3t ths DEPARTMENT Preparations begun six months ago has developed into a mammoth stock of highgrade. . 8 ht ht nt. uptotheminute anu-urius- Silent Running Spring Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings, Ready-mad- e Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts and w 4 - i ISO acres of land 10 miles from Hartford, Ky., near Dundee, on the M. H. NOTICE! AK Men should consult & E. R. R about 30 a. cleared and 2( a. in timber. Rough river bottom 3D0i about war Insurance and compon-alioland, black loam. For particulars call Advice and assistance free. on or address W. H. RENFROW, BR. A. B. RILEY, , Dun-lee36tf Ky. 'Com. American Legion, . fr e Pest No. 44. RED CROSS AID DIS-ADVANTAGED FAMILIES .CENTKKTOWX. vif co n. -- revolution. LaUep-Lig- ll Miss Evelyn Hunley, who has been s5cl bo long. Is able to be out again. Capt. Oscar Bishop, of Greenville, Ss thn j;uest of his father, J. M. isfaii7, "Sifere this week. S. SI. Dexter, of the firm of Dexter and Vincent, went to Hartford on business. AJr&. !Minnio McMickon, of Green-"clll13 the guest of hor parents, W. 71 &mw and wife. Mis, Earl TIchenor was in Hartford IWttiitifljr, tle guest of her parents, Or. ruid airs. S. C. Baird. wont t to XVta. iRiibert Plummor Moorman "Wednesday, to visit her cLuiifjJorMrs. Lewis Robertson. Uis. Alary Rowo died at her homo ..irar hqru last Wednesday Morning. a long Illness of a complication r uVseasos. She was 75 years of leaves two daughters and asf aft 'ab snn to mourn her death. She Mcs buried Thursday at West Provlr i.'iu)te. T- - S. Overton Is very sick at iUi homo hero, of a complication of Wed-ciiswia- y, e, v;r r iliseses. NOTICE receive bids on not less than two nor wore than four tractors, for road uorlt. all bids will bo received and fwned on tho Cth day of April, 1920. OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT. By W. C. Blankenship, Clerk. Tat Oh'io County Fiscal Couit will An Ohio farmer advertised for sato "A cow that gives five quarts of zulik also two grindstones, one tal 'harness, and a hayrako." We say. Peoplo'3 'Some bow! Monthly. it r day, CLEAR HUN. An investigation of social agencies in Ohio County shows that there Is no organization specially interested In the unstable family. The County Court assists with money relief where tho question of poverty exists. How-lever, money relief is often times the least consideration In families who need the helping hand of a social worker. Oftentimes an overworked mother of a large family needs sym pathy, encouragement and advice, by an understanding person. She may ba needing a hospital operation and has no one to help her make some sultablo arrangement for tho children while she Is away from home. Tho husband may not be earning enough to support tho family when with a little encouragement and assistance ho might find a bettor position. Then there is the case of tho family deserted by the breadwinner. There Is no money and tho mother Is not able to work. What shall bo done with such a family. The easiest way Ta to place children in achildren's homo and have the mother do what Uttlo woik she is able to do or go to tho county house. Tho most human way, as proven by and cheapest counties and states who have tried it, is to keep the lamily together In the caro of the mother and under normal conditions. One of the foremost child welfaro workers in Ohio has stated recently that when more money is expended for mothers' pensions than children's homes we may feel that a distinct advance in civilization has been mace. It is hoped that when the war Job of Ohio County Is finished tho Red Cross Secretary may onlargo her work to include assistance and advice to such families aa may need it. - tuppltes anpla clxlricty for lig It, voter pump, uasking machine,, evreper, crean eeparaior, fanning mill, iron, tie. generator O a tomtltt unit main and 15ell etorag bctttry. It Waists. Everything that's best in Millinery. Men's and Boys' Suits and Pants.-Spring and Summer Footwear that's correct in every detail. ; All your Spring necessities can be supplied by this store, and the quality and the price is always on par here. v The Lalley is as quiet as a soccl sewing machine. All you ever hear when it is running, is a low, steady hum. It is so well built that it does its work with the least possible noise. Installed in the baset ment, Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Maiiaser. Fordsville, Ky. WHY FEED HOGS That Eat More Than Others Do to Make the Same Growth? When You Can Gsi the Oh! I See! 4f" f. ' ' ff O J, C i YOU ARE INVITED Yes, we urge you for your own protection to come in and care- -- I trouhlcd lr 'Amos boon fur so long with his eyus, m Stowart, who has 4 PUBLIC HALE. I will offer for sale on tho Shelby Daughorty farm, one mile east of Green Rivor Church, tho following doecribed property: Two work Maros, 5 and 8 yoar3 old, In foal by good Jack; I Road Wagon and Harness; I Man's Saddle, 1 Sido Saddlo, 1 Cow, 4 years old, with young calf; 1 John to be out again. Mr. David Moadows, who is mak-IiJals homo with Mr. C. C. Hoover, is HI of lung trouble. Mr. Ethel Johnson is at tho bed-ilii', f her mother, Mrs. Nora this week. Mrs. Havenor Li Buffering with an attack of Influ-wai- a. and Indigestion. 51r. John Smlloy is hauling lumboi for tho purpose of building a now Siouso on his farm, for his son Willie uzd wife. ir Gnnsral Hoover left Monday, m aouruh of omploymont. H.c had irA ilocldod Just whero ho would stop. Th(re will be services at tho Cloar ls Ha-vbw-- is uMo Which makes the nicest dressed hog in the world and is a great pig producer, the least inclined to rogue, and I never knew of one to catch a chicken. We have youngpigs, both sex, also bred and unbred gilts, tried sows, excellent male. fully loook through our show- ings for SPRING. Dero Cultivator, 1 Turning J Plow; 1 Double Shovel Plow, 1 Harrow, 7G bushels of Corn, 1 SowIur Machine, 1 Cook Stove and all other household and kitchen furniture. TERMS OF SALE Uudor $5 cash in hand, over that amount security noto, duo January 1, 1921. OTIS BAIZE. Would be pleased to have you come and give our stock a Pedigree furnished with all sales. Ad dress, look-ove- r. LP.Barnes&Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. 'fi LOYALL P. BENNETT, Route 7 Hartford, Ky. Homo Phono 108 1 rings.