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The Hartford republican: March 26, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920032601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 26, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. KAPP ARMY, NAVY LEADERS JAILED Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. Subscription $1.50 per Year. NUMBER 39 OIL PRICE RAISE PROBE IS RAISED 10 Cent Gallon Some Make Good Their Escape, Many Killed In duo to bad roads really lost in tho INFANTRY STATE A DAY OUT IN PURE oporntlon. This is only ono of nu' GUARDS TO FORM OZONE AND SUNSHINE merous Uko Instances happening dally. When will the peoplo wake up to tho real saving of money invested Dr. J. n. Plrtlo and tho writer, Troops To Ho Itccrultcd Uy Mnj. in improved roads? withm basket of baked spare-ribHums, Officers To Jmlgo o country cured ham, buttered nnd .Children' Essays. LIEUT. GOV. BALLARD GIVES s, 'ZT end for a hoad and behold a real, mdeI f a nnUve FIr,t,a Well, now, about that good road. - 1SEREA COLLEGE $1,1;U.S0 preserves-smeare- d home-mad- o light HardJFighting. Berlin, March 23 A worklngmon'u army estimated nt 50,000 strong has F inflicted a sevcro detent on tho na tional guard forces nt Hani. Terrific fighting preceded tho victory of tho Hndlcals. a. Heavy fighting is going on at More than 1,000 Casualties nro roportcd In tho hattlo for Ootha Alone. MaJ. Qcn. von Lucttwltz, the military commander In the Kapp revolt, lias hcen arrested, it is officially announced. Admiral von Vrotlui, chief of tho admiralty, has u'jo lpcn arGo-th- In redemption of a campaign promise, Lieut. Gov. S. Thruston Ballard has given to Berca College tho monoy ho received from tho state for his services during tho recent session. It amounted tol.131.50. During tho Campaign last year, Mr Ballard's attention was directed to tho need of a dyeing room in tho art and sclonco department. Ho promised then that, If elected, ho would glvo his por diom to bo used in tho installation of such an improvement. During tho session, tho lloutcnant governor paid nil of his own expenses, including tho compensation of n page, stenographer and parliamentary clerk. por-son- nl rested. m Some of tho ring leaders In tho HON. I. S. MASON A Knpp revolution against whom proceedings havo hegun for high trea REAL REPRESENTATIVE Thby IiKludo son, havo disappeared. Ohio county's Tteprcscntatlve, the Dr. Knpp, Von Jngow, Major PabstJ Hon. I. S. Mason, mado n record durColonel Bauer, Dr. Sniolo nnd ing tho rccont term of tho General 'Jr(!erek Uaron von Falkcnhnuscn, a former Assombly that stands as a credit alike assistant secretary of state, and Coun- to himself and tho county. His incilor Doyo hdvo boon added to tho list dustry and lnlativo la demonstrated by tho number of Important bills of thoso to bo prosecuted. There Is no definlto nowd of Knpp's passed thnt benr his name. With tho opening of Ibo session wheronhouts. It Is suppose! ho lb on Representative Mason wa-- j recognized his cstato in East Prussln. Soon after his return to Berlin by appointment on some of the most President Ebert ordorod tho'lmpnrtal Importnnt committees of tho house. court nt Lclpsic to bring nctlon Among these wore the Rules, Public s. against he leaders of tho ravolutlon. Roads, Taxation, Circuit Court including Kapp, Von Luttwltz, Von Pnrhnps tho most directly imJngow nnd Admiral Trothn. portant of tho bills to Mr. Mason's President crodit, lpcally considered, was tho March 23. Ilorlln, Ebert todny decreed the abolition of moasuro requiring railroads of more In greater that fifty miles In length to run drumhead courts-martiBerlin, expressing confidence that or- passonger trains each way twice a day. This law makes serviceable n der would not bo further disturbed. " railroad that has been n Junkjino to Order has not'yot been at Nordhuusen, Saxony, nnd this county for several yoars. Other bills, the passage of which tho situation at Sonderhnuson and Koburg is worse. Tho demand for nrn to Mr. Mason's credit are the bills iiiuimiflmntil nf vnlnntpnra In those reorganizing tho Adjutant Generals V offico, which requires officials of jifaces has hcon rejected, tho havo armed themselves. that department shall have had flvo years of actual experience ns a quali striko fication to appointment, and also reIlorJIn, March 23. Tho committee has unanimously proclaim- ducing by several thousand dollars ed tlip striko ended. . Work will bo annually tho expense of tho department; the law abolishing tho offlco of resumed tomorrow. Latest dispatches from Hallo say Confcd'orato Ponslon commissioner, that after vory stubborn fighting the which also saves tho state several troops aro master of tho situnton.Tho thousanjl dollars n year; and tho tho nassaco of the Joint rato workman retired to the environs of Hallo. Passcngor traffic to Berlin bill which compels railroad companies to handle cars from other lines at a was resumed today. e 'i reasonable chargo for such sen-IcTin nlao was the author of tho reso JA'NN CULLEY BARRETT amend lution to submit a Stato-Wld- o name, ho weighed ment to tho constitution to tako the The above is his ton pounds and arrived at tho homo offlco of State Superintendent of making tho of Mr. and MrB- Lyman G. Barrett on Schools out of politics by afternoon of March 23, of tho offlco appointive Instead of elective. tho Um wns a real Representative, present week." and It was a busy day for Lyman, os rind Justly deserves the approval was Tuesday, press appreciation of his constituents, you knoithal day at the Herald offlco nnd Mr. EXCELLENT APPOINTMENT expects to mako the Hnrrett snya he llttlo fellow pay later for causing so Annolntmont of Joseph P. Byers by Just ns ho was most r much commotionin putting his paper the Board of Chnrltlet and Correc busily ongaged Commissioner of Public to press. Mrs. Barrett and Mr. Bar tions, as marks tho auspicious be ret Jr., are doing 'splendidly, and as task ginning of tho members ofour'fVfcoiaro of reform of the various penal and with the Herald force in settinc In choosup with Mr. Barrett, Sr., wo think oleomosynary Institutions. more than ing Mr. Byers, a man of wo enn pull him through O. K. thirty years successful oxporlenco, . Mm Board of Charities and Correc PAID P.OAD TAX. tions begins as a body of its per sonnel might be expected to begin. Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook There is excellent ground for hope in lavo been temporarily residing to- that Kentucky will, as a result of the Owonsboro slnco tho loose leaf yonr. On law enacted by tho recent Legislabacco market opened last Capitol tion? ns a result of the appointments going to tho Davics3 County amount mado by Governor Morrow and as they moved only a sufficient housekeep- a result of tho good fortune or tno of furniture to do light In homo Board of Charities and Corrections ing. They returned to their furnl-tur- o procuring Mr. Byers, set hereafter hero this week and seat tholr Hol- an example of how to manage tho through by wagon. Mr. Up to this time soveral Institutions. brook says he had considerable the State has provided an exnraplo of a man to do trouble In procuring disThe mismanagement which has been bis hauling nt $30.00 per load. evory thoughtful and hu- tressing to party loft Owensboro with 4 horses taane Kentucklan. o an ordinary, hitched to Mr. Byers will fnce a considerable road, load. Ho mired down on tho the task of reorganization, but he will bo help, dig was forced to procure associated in his new work with perwagon out nnd finally arrived here sons who will with him to death with his tenm pulled nlmost him a damaged beyond an becauso thoy will share with and no doubt profound interest in thd work In $30.00 In excess of the nmdunt hand. Nothing which can be .forecharged for the trip, which undei seen stands In tho way of the really with good roads demandv ordinary conditions, ?10 groat work of reform which would not have cost more than moving ed such a law as the Legislature pass' Mr Holbrook paid on tho goods ed and such a Board of Charities and of this ono load ot,household tax nart Corrections ns Governor Morrow np not loss than ?20.00 In road Courier-Journa- l. extra sum pointed. . the man who received tho .cou-mlttccal long-neglect- t V. --- two-hors- bread, raisin pie, ginger maps etc., Frankfort, Ky., March 23. Com- prepared by our wives who insistpany C, State Guards, at Lexington; ed (?) on remaining at home, two will bo mustered out of service and n bottles of sodn pop nnd n couplo company of infantry in the new Na- bottles of Cook's EXTRA DRY, tional Guard will be organized. MaJ. boarded the good bont Wawa SunJ. R. Sams, who Is at tho head of tho day morning at 8 bells and weighed stnto guards company, will organize nnchor for up river points, 'twixt the company of infantry. here nnd as far as wo could go and I had a very pronounced preference as to how I was to bo shipped back Adjutant Gonoral DeWeeso today rotura In a day. to Kentucky. Wo were In St. Augus authorized E. C. Hall, of Grayson, to For two men closely tied up In-about organize a company of infantry in fice,wqrk from early morn to, some-- ! tine and on the sea coast times, late at night, a whole da: olght hours. St Augustine has a lot Carter County. With the assistance of Gen. Charles spent on tho turbulent river, gild of very interesting sights In and it. I was In the old Spanish P. Summcrnll and Henry Do Haven lng through Its swirling, waring curMoore, of Elizabcthtown, General rents, almost in the tree tops it seem- Fort and also in what they said was will soloct tho best essay writ- ed, 'neath God's glorious sunshine, the oldest house in the United States, ten by Kentucky school children on tanning the cheeks to a rudy glow, I visited the Light House, went up in it, took a look at all of the Atlan"What aro tho benefits of an enlist- It was Indeed a great day. ment In tho United States Army?" Elements were ideal, the river i.i tic Ocean I could see am I tell you Tho essays were written in Febru- - exact condition for a successful voy- - she certainly Is some fish pond. You . i nnd Doc Plrtlo and Ed Barrass come ary. The best essay written by a age such ns wo took, In fact It be sent to Wash- - j peared that all things worked togeth-ingto- n down nnd go fishing right. Florida child will whero it will be Judged with or for tho good and enjoyment of is alright I guess. I suppose God fifty-fiv- e moro essays for the prize the Two who so much appreciated made It for some purpose but I'll be Thero is which Is to bo awarded In tho contest. Just 'such excursions. To those who darned if I know what. one thing certain if you do use it r, Genoral Porshlng, Gonoral M.arch and wore brought up in an acSecrotary of War Baker will servo On tive life, thero arc no dull laps on for anything you will have to take it the board to decide which essay will a journey such as was this, there is all in sand. I have not seen enough clay receive tho prize. tho boat ever to be watched as It clay to make an !" through tho mad curent; th? smoking pipe yet. skims W. S. DEAN. birds as they flit from twig to twig; MARRIAGE LICENSES. squirrel as It scurries for its den tho DUKEHURST. Jay Wcstorfield, Beaver Dam, to in tho tree, surprised and awed bv strange noisy creature gliding tho Carrlo Torrence, Boaver Dam. Miss Nina Cornell went to Hartford Ray Smith, Rockport, to Clara over tho waters near its secluded Saturday, shopping. home; then too, tho swift-wingBratchcr, Rockport. Mr. John Payne was in Owensboro E. B. Mason, Hartford, Route 3, mallard and tho smaller of the duck Monday, on business. faintly found hero in numbers only to Georgia Pato, Hartford, Route 7 'Mr. J. Y. Hagerman, of Hartford, ' at this season of tho year, wero over WIUIo T. . Tato, Hartford, to business. land anon arising from the watery was here Tuesday, onot Washington, Clemence S. Meyers, Beaver Dam. Mr. J. W. Allen, J. C. Bowlds, Hartford, R. No, 3, j feeding grounds, a sight always to visited relatives nftar here Sunday. thrill. the lover and devotee of woodto Exil Clark, Dundee Miss Pearl Coppago, of Dundee, Nathaniel Hudson, McHcnry, to craft and stream. Mrs. Onis White-hous- e, Dqcyilayed Engineer In chief while visited her sister, Pearl Brown, McHenry. last week. Owon Hudson, McIIonry, to Jesslo tho writer was pilot in charge, and Mrs. John Bozarth, ot Hartford, wheiivwe wero not required toihavo Baizo, McHenry. spent last week here, the guest of her - .' oureyus and minds' upon tho craft o parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, York wo were busy viewing tho surroundDUKE WASHER ' Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Baughn, ot ing .landscape excellently afforded Run, visited their parents, Mr. from the crest of tho unusually high Bell's We are In receipt of announceand Mrs. Tone Baughn, Sunday and ment of tho marrlago of. Miss Vorna river. Monday. At about 1 o'clock we fell uponthe Roland AVayne Duke to Dr. Roy Miss Margaret McDowell, of BenWasher, which took place In Chica- basket nnd bags and devoured enough netts, who has been spending some "grub" to feed a family of six, apgo, Illinois, March tho first. time hero with her sister, returned to wns'born and reared in peasing appetites stimulated as only her home, this week. The Brldo bring on. this County and spent much of .her such excursions Mrs. Julia Allen received a message Narrows, about 42 miles distant, she has many life In Hartford, whero Sunday of tho death of one of her extreme boundfriends and relatives, who hold her by water, marked the Mr. and Mrs. a Here, at 2 : 3 5 grandchildren, child of wish for them ary of our pilgrimage. In high esteem, and S. L. Longfellow, of Franklin. She we slowed up and turned the prow a happy prosperous life.--' left for that place Monday. aro living at of the little Wawa toward the setting Dr. and Mrs. Washer Rev. M. G. Snell delivered his securing the trusty Saturday tho Hotel Hayes, G345 University sun and home, moor- regular sermon at Concord watercraft in her accustomed Avenue, Chicago. nigt and Sunday. Sunday School ings at 6:30. We disembarked wlt'i will be organised at that place next bodies somewhat tired and Joints' IILACK MRS. VIRGINIA Sunday at 2 p. m., every body bit stiff, though with minds wholly, cordially invited to be present and ease from, all' of tlw rested and at Mrs. Virginia Black died at tho many tako part. vexatious cares metMtf tlft' V.Mr, William Vance died at his homo of Marvin Black in .OwensboFriday morning after along different offices we xetufbfid'donj pme' here Wednesday morning, at ro, last o'mibl-U-tMonday morning, the better" o ah'diit C o'clock, of pneumonia. The Illness of nephritis. She was almeet and discharge our duttes by years old and until recent most 77 were burled yesterday at " pf tho relaxation andchango remains years resided in Ohio "county? being reason idtltoi Taylor burying grounds, at In mind food as it were, from a'sea-so- n tjie widow of Henry Black, who He is survived by a wife 10 o'clock. of dry shucks and hay lu a musty her In death some years ago. InclosuroT to a day on luscious 'clover and, 6 children. Tho remains were brought to this Loonls Smith and two of his sispartaken of in pure ozone and God's, place on tho late train Friday, and ters barely escaped being drowned bright sunshine, surrounded and Inconveyed to tho home of Mr. and last crossing the back-wate- r, cased only by the azure blue sky while Mrs. Fred Lauterwasser, from whero Saturday night, when thefr boat ovabovo. funeral services were held on the erturned. They, however, reached following day, when the burial of safety, but lost a suit case and about tho renialns took place at the Mil- SQUIRE DEAN AVH1TES forty dollars In money. J1ETWEEN AUTO HIDES ton Taylor Burying Grounds, near Saturday night seemed to be a very hero. unfortunate night, for as Douglas Crescent City, Fla., Mar. 14, 1920. Wlmsatt was on his way to church, mm-I have been in Dear Tlnsloy: PATH MASON. his horse fell, breaking Its leg and Florida about a week now and havo was In such a condition that it had to Mr. Edward B. Mason and Miss been knocking around quite a bit, be killed. On tho same night a horse, Georgia Pate, popular young peoplo so will 'give you a few Impressions .belonging to Arthur Grey, fell dead of Buford, camo to Hartford last Sat- that Florida has mado on me. as Arthur was driving htm, hitched 1 went from Crescent City to St. to a buggy, home from Church. urday, the 20th., procured a marriage It is 57 miles license and wont to tho home of Rev. Augustine yesterday. from Crescent City to St. Augustine SAYS GOVERNOR O. K. R. E. Fuqua, where they wero Joined holy wedlock, Rev, Fuqua officiat- and I made the trip by auto. 25 in March 20, 1920. miles of. the road la what thoy call ing. The Republlcari Joins the many Shellroad, it's alright too, the other Editor Hartford Republican, Dear Sir: Will you kindly grant friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mason in 32 miles Is paved brick, and I tell wishing for thorn nil happiness and you It is some road. Thero are me space In your valuable paper to success In the single course to be straight stretches of 3 miles In state to the Mlners'just what I think lengtti on this highway where you can of Ed Morrow. When the Campaign Jointly run. see a big touring car coming toward was on, tho Mining Camps were mm you whon it is so far oft it don't flooded with posters etc , sUtlng tbet SIU5. HACHEL F. JOHNSON look to be any larger than a he was an enemy of organized labor black hog, and that reminds but I was at Frankfort during tho Mrs. Rachel F. Johnson, wife of at the me, they have hogs here or that's late session of the Legislature, and Mr- - WJUiam Johnson, died home?of hor son, Bob Johnson, of what they call them anyway. I'll found him, in all oiiee, on tho side Therefore, I feel it WfrsPTNocreek, Wednesday, of bron- tell you how to make a model of a ot the worker. Burial of the re- real, native Florida hog. First get my duty to toll tho Minors, whom I chial pneumonia. mains wllj tait- - place today, at Wood- you one Joint of stovepipe, mash It had tho honor to represent, that I tpgether "pretty flat", bend It tO( a believe Kentucky has a Governor ward's Valjey. 79 half moon, nail to tho ends of' 4 who is a friend to tho great common Mrs. Johnson would have been years old, had she lived until July 28. baseball bats for legs then tako people. Respectfully, 'She and her husband, Uncle Wil- about 18 to 24 inches of plowjlne R. C. OWENS. liam, reared a family of ono daughter apd "fasten on one end (no matter T.pelHlntlvn Com.. District 23. U. M. and seven sons, all of whom still which end) for a tall and stick an "' bootjack in thoother v of A. McHenry, Kyt survive. nd Do-Wc- thing I'm not used to. I rodo up front with the chauffeur. He said ho wanted mo on the front end to hold it down, thero wero six persons In the hack end. Well, when wo got on that paved brick road the chauffeur struck a clip of 45 miles per hour. I said to him I thought that a pretty fast gait and ho said he could mako it GO but I told him I washot In that big a hurry, besides You well know a good road is some- Gasoline Expected Soon, Senator's Resolution Snjs. ... , straint of trade. Experts of the Bureau ot Mines Washington, March 23. Reduction of the constantly Increasing pried of gasoline and oils Is the purpose of a resolution Introduced in tho House today by Representative Dyer, Republican, of Missouri. The resolution directs tho Department of Justice to mako an immediate Investigation of tho ac counts and operations of the varioua oil concerns and to report to Con gress on tho reasons of the present high prices. Representative Dyer pointed out that four times since the middle of January tho rotall price' of gasollno has been increased and fnrthor advances aro expected. He believes' that the rapidly rising prices may be tho result of a combination in re ! out-doo- have informed the Missouri, member that they believe tho price of gasollno soon will reach 40 cenU a gallon. For this reason Mr. Dyer will nres3 for early consideration of his resolution. TO PRESENT RUHR PROJECT ' ed Paris, March 23. Following up the request of tho German government that tho supreme council authorize tho sending of Gorman troops into the Ruhr district. German officers have arrived in Paris to present the project before the representatives of the allies. It is understood that they will ask permission for the stato government to send 100,000 soldiers or police into that territory. - MRS POLLY SMITH. Mrs. Polly Smith died at her homo near Arnold, Monday, from tho effects of na attack of Influenza. Burial of the Remains took place an tho following day at tho Crabb Burying -- - Grounds. The deceased lady was the widow of Thomas Smith, who died some years ago, and among several chil dren surviving, Charlie Smith, Co'unty Alms Commissioner and keeper of th ' Poor House, is one. L1VL1, ROUTE 2. pro-ced- ed Mr. and Sirs. Gilbert Bell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bell. Rev. R. E. Fuqua flUed his regular appointment at Mt. Carmel, Saturday " , and Sunday, Messrs. Arnold Htnesi and Owen Magan, who havo pneumonia, aro better, at this writing. Mrs Fannie Blair, who has'beon. vlRltlng her son, Mr Willie Blair,' of Hartford, has returned home. ,,. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cundlft and Mr. and Mrs. William MaHaney spent-Sunda- y With Mr. and Mrs. Owen Magan. Miss Ethel Richeson has returned to her home, at Hetlln, after spending the past ten days with hor mother, Mrs. Settle Richeson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart and little daughters, Lola Belle, and Doro thy, spent Sunday with Messrs. B. J. and L.. D. French, ot East View. Sunday School was organized at Mt. Carmol Sunday, to begin tho first Sunday In Ap'rll. Mrs; Ella Mason was elected Superintendent and Mis. Ophelia French, Secretnry. Miss Georgia Pate and Mr. Edwin Mason, two popular young people ot this neighborhood, wont to Hartford, Saturday, March 20, and were united In marriage by Rev. R. E. Fuqua. m COOL SPRINGS. and little Miss Mary Kitchens Shirley Elliot aro Just recovering from a case of mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Ben II. Woodburn visited friends and relatives at Rockport Saturday and Sunday. Uncle Tomnilo Hoops and son, Strother, havo boen serlqusly 111 of pneumonia, but are better, at this 200-pou- writing. old son Arvln, tho seventeen-yea- r Mr. Tom Nelson, died March lStb, of flu, and other troubles. The remains were burled at Cool Springs, Friday afternoon. Bro. G. W. Gordon died at his home near Prontls, March 11. Funeral services wero conducted at tho homo by Rev. Allen, Saturday mornto ing. The remains Cool Springs Saturday afternoon for ot were-broug- x V. burial. , Vf 1912. That party obtained tho Pres. ldency nnd both brnnches of Con gress. They repealed somo of tho POUND OUILTY COMING laws of which they complained, notajATES bly tho tarrlff law, which they said was responsible for tho high cost of . living Brother And 15 Railroad Executives Predict of living Instead of reducing tho cost thoy reduced tho number Qfliara Also Held Increases Of 20 To 25 of Jobs In tho United States, hut tho MAYORS. RANKERS, .1L'l(2i:S, coat of living continued to mount, (Guilty Per Cent IjAU'XKKH, DOCTORS, KM- and it kept going higher nnd higher TORS AXD MINISTERS through tho weeks and tho months INDORSE IT. By LOUIS LUDLQW Everybody familiar with tho cconom- 3jy SAM BLAIR. The Rest I,:ixntltc. IT lo principles involved In tho lcglsla- CnodininuJila, Mich., March 20. Washington, March 20. Shippers tion that was attneked and In 1U lALtt II JJUIl n?wo ,sars .In xhe federal "My sedentary habits havo neces-siatc- d need not be surprised If they find remedies that tho Democratic party of $10,000 was the themselves confronting tho use of an occasional Increased proposed in tho campaign HON. FRANK V. KVA.VS, OF RIIU know thnt They Come Kortvurtl mill L'lihrsltat-ItiKl'acstnxcu Jmpp&od upon United States I have tried many but found freight rates soon. MI.NGIIAM, ALA., MAKES tho cost of living would not bo re Tell Suffering Humanity STcEnftwcTKruman II. Newberry In nothing better thnn Chambcrlnln's Railroad executives who aro hero AVImt Celebrated Medicine' STROM! STATEMENT duced as tho result of tho ennctmont tttetUirysttttog District Court here Tnblots," writes George F. Daniels, discussing tho general railroad' Has Done For Them u'dpe C W. Sessions Imposed Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is proprie- situation In an Informal way with of such legislation, but I bollovo tho "rtlvtociiUnnce nfter Sonator Newberry tor of tho Hardwick Inn, one of tho members of tho Interstate Commerco peoplo gonorally thought that If any Ono ot tho latest additions to thr Democrat had an opportunity at an It Is soldom, indeed, that men ot n vl his campaign chiefs, In model hotels of New England. m Commission express tho opinion that time to reduce tho cost of living or prominence, especially men holding largo and rapidly growing Hat or m cciia:x::ifla orother, John S. there w'lll havo to be an increase In to keep tho cost of living down ho high public office, willingly express prominent men who hnvo publicly In. found guilty by a Jury HON. GEO. RAKER WAS railroad freight rates of from 20 to would embrace that opportunity. It their Indebtedness publicly to a pro- dorsed Tnnlnc for tho good it ha DUSV STATE SENATOR 25 per cent, September 1, when at letmsnlracy to violate tho federal the was thought, of course, that If tho prietary medicine. Many prominent dotui them, Is tho name of Hon rfflUiVcic limiting senatorial campaign financial provisions of tho new railPresident by any action of his could men, however, Including supremo Frank V. Evans, formnr Mayor of sxjiwilttares. Sentences Imposed on MARCH, 17, 1920. road law becomes effective. save $700,000,000 Mr. Evans Is ono of to court Judges, mayors of our lending Birmingham. tbzj &.tfknsn .other ranged from two Editor Hartford Republican. Under tho new legislation existing specifically $900,000,000 a year to tho 'American cities, prominent stnto and county tho best-knomen In public life in rmmr Smprlsonment and a $10,000 Sir: No doubt tho citizens of Ohio rates nro continued until September peoplo on tho ono Iteni of sugar, n officials, bankers, lawyers, doctors Alabama today, being at oho time Jfinrart a .fine of $1,000. James F. County would be interested in know- 1, and after that date rates will be .XMSfcajsor "received one year and ing something of tho work of Senator fixed by the Interstate Commerce dally necessity In every household, odltors, leading educators, govern editor of ono of tho South'n grcntcst George Baker, who represents the Commission on a basis that will give ho would avail hlmsolf of thnt op- ment officials and even ministers ot nowspapors, tho Birmingham Ag- stfjtt'ia months. tho Gospel hnvo deemed it'fliolr duty Hcrnld. He was also examiner tf . stay was Seventh Senatorial District composed to the railroads a return as nearly as portunity. ?nnest for a ninety-da- y In tell "But, contrary to tho Just expecta- to come forwnrd and telliUio peoplo public accounts of Alabama nil the defendants by Judge of Dutler, Muhlenberg and Ohio possible of 5 GYnxttd por cont on tho agIng ot the benefits ho had derived ttanZnax and Ihey were permitted to Counties. Senator Baker has been gregate value of property devoted it tions of tho American peoplo, tho what Tanlac lias dodo forfthem. These well-knomenof affairs from Tnniac, Mr. Evans said: Wroa thfr own recognizance until very consistently and very industri- the uses of transportation. So It Is- President totally Ignored an oppor- have recognlrcd in this modlclno a ously on tho Job during tho entlro not a question of the rallroadas ap- tunity to save tnem from seven to suffered with gasruuw tomtit: ean be made. "For years Tile. Ktuvberry will not voluntarily session of the Legislature which ha3 plying for increased freight rates, bu. nine hundred millions of dollars a now discovery and a scientific tri tritis and Indigestion in the won xellBKjtfu."! his seat In the United Just ended. No person has stood out a question of what tho Interstate year on the cost of sugar. Ho had umph In tho medical world. It is a form. I wns Habitually conttipated n fact that these splendid and had pnlnsVln my shoulders and stronger and .more forcefully for the Commerce Commission must do under an opportunity in August, 1919, to SSCsdus- - JSuiiate, It was announced My appctlto of the sentence. He will measures which he thought were for the law in order to give the roads the purchase tho entire sugar crop ot Indorsements havo boon given Tan-la- c hendnche continually. time and time again and they will loft mo almost entirely and everynxx&etipste actively as a senator un- tho public good. The following Is a Income which the law says they mus Cuba, ior C and one-hacents a seat- wasted from his position either list of the "bills he Introduced: pound. Ho neglected to make that continue to bo given Just as often ns thing I woufii cat hurt mo. Klnnll) have. purchase, though tho recommenda new tests of its powers aro made; I got to having awful attacks ot acute Senate Bill No. 1. To require mine !fc$rH7n.lon or voice of Senate To Conduct Hearings. operators and manufacturing plants ly affirmation of his On March 22 the Interstate Com tion was made by tho Sugar Equali nnd it also explains why nu.:btrs rf Indigestion, palpitation of tho heart federal Supreme Court to provide sanitary wash and dress merce Commission will begin hear- zation Board which ho had created. tho big drug firms of the country tire nnd smotheri'cg spoils. For a long ing rooms for employes. This is a ings to determino how or In what Seven members of that commission ordering it exclusively In ci.rloa I lots time I woul&have ono or moro ot Yih3T Dross Recount. most commendable law and had the manner the financial provisions of the recommended and urged upon thi thoso spells Mry night and I would Oa otlier hand, attorneys for Doctor Prescribes It. wake out of my restless sloop gaspof Cuban new act shall bo applied. Hearings President tho purchase IHexuy Ford, whom Newberry defeat-i- solid backing of organized labor. Senate Bill No. 93. This bill re- will be given to all persons Interested suga,r at G& cents n pound. In Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Fayottcvllle, ing for hreathv ty 7,000 votes, are expected tc organizes tho Adjutant General's Den "I bought a'b'oftlq of Tanlac and to Ga., one of tho members in rate adjustments which should bn connection with the recommendation stocks, the Senate Committee on Elepartment of the State. It increases made and the figures that are to b. it was pointed out to tho President ot the medical profession In the state my surprlso and gratification I bections aial privileges to resume Its tho Adjutant that except In thero wns of Georgia, mnkes a statemout that gan to foci relief after tho first 'few oiraMsration of a recount of the and salaries of the Adjutant General used as representing the fair value of a hortage In Cuba alonecrop the Assistant General, railroad property In the uses of transtho sugar, of the will undoubtedly produce a profound dosos. I kept taking tiTkijeIclne Ktawinny-For- d vote, which was Tjntll a verdict In tho present but such Increase does not affect the portation. The commission also will world, and that If tho President did Impression throughout the country. and now my recovery is Brnipwthe present incumbents. It also provides consider tho number and boundaries not take advantage of his opportuni"In my thirty years of actual prac- talk of Rlrminvrftam." such eligibility for all employes of of the rata districts Into which, tho ty to purchase the Cuban sugar crop tice as a licensed physician In the CeSat'hB general conviction of those s taaaut nallty that the Senate committee- this Department as to preolude the country is declared to be necessary offered at that time the price would stato of Goorla," saj-- Dr. Edwards, has bean in tho drug business In Winpossibility of having Incompetent em- to raise revenues up to tho 5V& per necessarily mount to a very high "I have never seon anything to equal der for 25 years. lntel-lfsju-Kill be unable to return an ployes In the future. cent level, the volume of traffic will point. Still the President did not Tanlac as a medicine to produce reRecently Dr. Do LaPorrlero wrote: or actionable report, Senate Bill No. 1S8 To require be a considerable factor In final de- act, and again In September, 1919, sults. I havo no hosltancy in recom"Our peoplo aro much enthused it is assumed that the possessed of all the bal Water Works Companies to Install termination. Increased traffic would tho opportunity was onco vr.cro of mending this medicine and I am pre- over tho beneficial offects of Tanlac fats caxt Jn the election. Under the filters. Tho necessity for some mea-- 1 make for Increased earnings from fered to the President to purchaso the scribing it for my patients almost nnd I doslro to say that it Is Urn cents a every day." , most wondorful seller I ever had In '3Hc2ilgan law, defense attorneys have sure as this is too obvious for com- -' the present rate basis, and this will Cuban sugar crop at 6 ment. be given cartful consideration, it i pound, and again the President re this stnrn " 3ai)fa nt, there is no requirement ' Senate Bill No. 187. To requlro Xatatl Texan Talks. fused .fa take advantage of his expected. Other prominent men who havo In'.Tlir preserving the election ballots for railroads operating fifty miles of dorsed anlac Lro: Hon. Archie R. Anderson, a. period equal to the interim Win Tress Issue. "The next official action camo ap- iff of Hnrriir County-- , Texas, U unProfessor Elmer Morris, ot Dover, the election mid the order for line to run passenger trains each way, Railroad men are prepared to press Tenn.; Professor 13m recount. Those hallot boxes daily. This, of course, Is of Immense the issue as to amounts to be al- parently as a seqrrence at tho re- questionably not only One ot tho A. Wppd, of tho fusal of tho President to purchaso tho wftZclj 'ih.c Senate posesses are simply advantage to the citizens of Ohio lowed but ono of the most populnr Central Graded Schools, Winder, Ga ; property sugar crop for maintenance of of Cuba at 6 cents a men that ever hold office In Texas. C. C. Cooper, president ot tho Georttlur raesnlt of haphazard conservation. County especially. Each f "io foregoing bills no in making the new determination. pound, when the Attorney General of Ho served tho pejp'n la tbJs im- gia Homo Cotton Oil Co., Lawrence-vllle- .; Uib Jury arrived at Its conviction government control mainteUnder the United' States, an appointee of the portant offlco for 15 consecutive UCW UliUllCU 1I11U mh ii.WI?tVy., ... .1 o uuoia !.. an.; Hon. S. S. Shopard, mem,ii ti l.nnf uuiy ui ucmusu w..t.A. ' In addition to the bills which he nance expenses have been kept to the President;, agreed with the' sugar years. ber ot the Atlantn city council; Hon testimony and exhibits. This lronv pre-wlevel, and many railroad ex planters of Louisiana upon 17 cents r ajwn Xto judgment of the most noted has introduced, he has actively sup- ecutives are of Che opinion that this "I had the worst forta of indiges George Samuel Riley, former Chief of ported and aided in securing-thpasa pound for one grade ot sugar and crhainiQ and civil lawyers in tho tion, suffered nil the time from gas Pollco In Macon. Ga.; Hon. C. G. Lavlarge amount of de IS cents a pound has resulted in a for another grade. on my stomac'i and was asn.ll una I ly ender, register or Williamson county, aaaufcrj "wus freely expressed by sev- - sage of the following: Senate Bill No. 242 To require ferred maintenance that must be mot. Was there an understanding: between ktUS 5 "the jurors, who discussed the belching up undigested food," said Tennessee; Dr. W. II. Drown, 4822 According to Representative Escli, deputy sheriffs and deputy constable.? the President and tho Attorney Genjrtethods of tho jury deliberation. Avo . Nashville, Tenn., of Wisconsin, chairman of the Inter eral that the President would not Mr. Anderson. "I suffered with neu- Charlotte be legal voters. "It tSbtt defense had not entered to House. Bill, No. GO To designate state and Foreign Commerce Cornr purchaso the sugar crop of Ctiln at ralgic paliw ot the worst sor't and founder nnd prosldont of tho Ten- -j.ny 'fpAUinony," was the composite system of State highways. nothlnc soumeiL to heliv me eseont in ' nosseo Protestant Homo for Girls: mitteo of the House, who helped to 6 cents a pound so that subsequentI ' Joln F. Carroll, cotton mill uuper- slalKnvent of tho jurors, "we would a temporary way. law, one of ly tho Attorney General could This legislation is the first definite draft the railroad control enter nat have been justified in finding comprehensive plan to systematize tho most Important questions to be Into an agreement with the sugar "I began to feel batter nftar tak- intendent, of Chattnhoocheo and Hon. D. P. Whlttlngton. Judge Ahat anj conspiracy' existed." and build public highways In tho decided by the Interstate Commerco planters of Louisiana to pay 17 and ing my first bottle of Tanlac and have ot the Rolston 'JClm 'Convicted Men. Court. South Oman , by 18 is the method Commission just now .started on my third. I'm a Kentucky. cents? It appears so. Ono ac Nob.; Goo. L Bedford. Traffic Man'Those "who were convicted and the State of Bill, No. 250 " which the commission will determine tion follows the other in Senate natural se- dlfferont man already-.ager for the Gufttln Bacon ManufacMatncBA imposed follow: II. W. HIM, prosldent of on of tho freight rates on ground limestone the total valuo of railroad property. quence, and the result today Is that l&J(s3' states Senator Truman II "Tho commission, will be forced, to tho American peoplo are paying from leading banking Institutions ot South turing Co., Kansas City; Mr. James This Is of great importance in the Taylor, Illinois Mln- Xlfw'foarry, two years and $10,000 matter, of building both streets and adopt temporary methods in deter- IS to -- -' cents a pound for sugar, in- Pittsburg, Tenn., and one ot tho most oral Inspector, Stnto Mine and rosldlng at Peoria; 2fno. mining these valiLes," said Mr. Esch. highways. successtnl bankers and business men Rev. E. O. tend of 10 and 11 cents a pound." Butlor, pastor of Central frratoirlck Cody, two years an I probably will be 'book in Tennessee, said: Senate Bill, No. 319 To provide "That basis BaptUt Church, of Muskogee, Okla ; 11U.W flno. values' or 'railroad property accounts' WATER POWKK PROJECT I suffered from rheumatism and Hon. It. W. a, IJwjI JI. JClng, two years and $10,- - for County Farm Bureaus. Dutuon, attorney of He was also active in tho support both of which are available to the PROPOSED FOR HOLY liAM) other nilmonts foe many yeais and Wash.; Hon. C. W. Mangum. MO Itab. commission from tho records of the of tho Trained Nurso Bill, and all Tanlac has done mo moro good than of Atlanta, tbr throe sheriff Onctas A. "Floyd, assistant general educational measures considered by railroads. The 'property lnvestnsent In view of the probable colonlza- - anythlng I evor tried. I now wake ot Fulton Cotmty, Ga.;terms J. H Rev. tasftpOsn manager, two years ami tho General Assembly. account' since lilOT Is accurate. Prior tion of the Holy Land a Norwegian up In tho morning feeling tlno, 'y Dunn, pastor ot tho Church of Christ, comJJII.WNI fine, to engineer wiio has been studying con- Senator Baker has made such a plete1907, howover, it is not "pm tolling nil my friends about Spokano, Wash.; Judge O. W. Kyser, 'WB&kiti J. Mickel, two years. in tho reoards of the commls- - dltiims. in commendable record In support of Palestine proposes tho Tanlac and am rocommondlnjr It to 1204 W. !)th uiJSWn &. Temploton, one year and legislation which favorably affects Lslon." building of a tunnel from tho Medl tlicm, regardless o their ago and hundreds ot St.; Austin, Texas, and others in ovory part ot Ar wauVhs. the great bulk of tho citizens of the terranenn to tho Dead sea by which trouble." tho country. 'SiWBur M. Andrews, ono year and For hoarseness, inflamed lungs or means water power would be furnish State that, should he be a candidate Dr. G. W: Do LaPerrloro, ot WinTanlac Is, sold In Hartford by Dr lx vutnlhs. Ballard's Hore ed to the ctiy of Jerusalem and oth der; Ga., is jwt. onlyoaa.ol the It would be difficult to irritating coughs, L. B. Boau, In Horso Branch by Ola-to- n year and six for a man In $UBhii Oakman, ono Hound Syrup Is a healing haUn. It er points alone tho llnu. Tho dlf find his entire district who physicians amfdrugglsii. iu Drug (3d., in Rockport by James does Its work quickly nnd thorough- ferenco In tho levels of tho two tho State ot GcosgiaWbut l. might successfully oppose him. also a Browning, in Cromwell by Wnllaco Rfciwrd II. Fletcher, one year and ",HTMiltn ly. Price 25cG0o and 51.00 per bot- bodies of wator would allow for a OrThough ai ardent advocate of man of extunslvo' propertynnd wldo & Portor and In Denver Dam by R. fx nwuthb. ganized Labor, he is both reasonable-an- tle. Sold by Qhlo County Drug Com- fall great enough to furnish won- lnfluenco, ranking air one ot tho lead- T. Taylor Vt'uB Henry, ono year and throe Jr. m dorful poslbllltles. liberal and concedes the fact pany, The cost of such ing citizens ot that entire section. He (Advertisement) o-- o a tunnel, It Is estimated, would bo that there aro other Interests and Cluralbnl A. Hopkins, one year and other people In addition to'Organlzed About $40,000,000. POLITICAL PARAGRA PUS HACK TO MUD HOUSES. or's claim Is that tho housos aro g, Labor who nro affected by legislation ChllBon, ono year and kwrt V. Has Had Stomach Trouble For Seven that they aro soundproof and Washington, March By a vote of Even thoso who have opposed him 9ru 4xr. An eaterprlstng contractor In Los flropioof and that they cost no moro Years. bitterly In many measures have al 1C9 to 124 the House to AyfenXi. "Nawborry, $10,000 fiuo. Theodore Sanford, of Fonmoro. Angeles is demodstratlnir to tho than wood, If as much. Similar ways conceded that ho is both honor- Investigate the reasons for Attorney Ak. J50iik Hmory. $2,000 flno. able and uprjght In his dealings nnd Genoral Palmer's fixing the present Mich., has had stomach trouble forlWholo country that Instead ot a houses are being built In England, JlJM6j!r.a-ner- , $2,000 flno. has never failed to live up to any high prlcii for Louisiana sugar it) seven years and could not eat vegota- - lshortae of building material wo hnvo wheri tho scarcity and high cost of Oarjio ?. rLadd, of Sturbrldgo, promises splto of his pretenso of cutting dqwn bios or fruit without pain In tho a plentiful supply of tho very best. wood, brick, 6ton,o and other materithat ho has mndo. Jiam 1.0 00 fine. stomach and restless nights. By taki- The nanio ot the matorlal Is adobo or, als has forced tho pooplo to go back AN OBSERVER. tho high cost of living. ftnriii'tcrt Ijast Xovi'inbcr. -- . Representative ng- Chamborlaln's Tablets ho Is now In plain English, mud. It should b8 to first principles. In explanation, Thm grand jury returned tlio Surgeons agreo that in cases of "hllipp P. Campbell, chairman of the nblo to eat vegetables or fruit with- mixed with straw as a binder. otvembur 29 last, naming cuts, burns, bruises nnd wounds the Rules'Commltteo, said: out causing pain or sleeplessness. If It is not a now thing to build SmeHimt Newberry and 134 others, first treatment is most important. "In 1912 tho lbsuo was made troubled with indigestion or consti- houses with it, for Nlnoveh and othor virtually every man connect-A- ll Whon an efllclont antiseptic Is ap- squarely before FOR FLETCHER'S tho peoplo If tho pation glvo these tablets a trial. Thoy less ancient cities wero mado that U )iy capacity with the campaign plied promptly, thero Is no danger of Democratic party vros giventhat con- are certain to provo bononclal. m way. Tho Israelites complained at lull rim Ite, liowovor, was narrowod infection and tho wound begins to trol ot the Congress and tho presi 3- havlnc to mnkn "lirlrku urltlw.,,. got heal at onco. For uso on man or dency iIdwx tp alghty-tlv- o after tho trial JIMSON-WEETO RESCUE. jBtraw. they would reduco tho cost ot ALSO CAPILLARY'. Tho Mexicans aro skilled in umlwr way, moro than eight weeks beast. Borozouo Is the ideal nntlsoptk living, Tho Issue was Ono of the best-knomade in ererv of all tho mixing adobe with bare foot and n Some wero dismissed on ?, and healing agent. Buy It now nnd section of tho country. Tho high posts of the farm, tho Jlmson-wee"Jack is perfectly devoted to that hands. of Prosecutor Dalloy and somo bo roady for an emergency. Price cost of living was pointed out In ev- has stopped forward at tho call of A Clay soil with an absonce of sand blondo. jus family tflnks u is a by Uxu court acting voluntarily. 25c, COc, $1.00 and $1.50.Sold by ery village and hamlet, and It wa3 tho nation's need. Before tho war or gravel is tho kind noeded. Build- caso of hypnotism." TeaMmony in tho caso was conclu-1- . Ohio County Drug Company. m charged that tho Republican party wo depended on Germany for our ings moro than 100 years old, "Huh! Seems to mo more like still In ' d jmtti ono week ago, tho prosecution was responsible for the high price of atropine used for enlarging tho pu- a good stato of preservation, attest chemical attraction, Boston feavbrg occupied five weeks In According to figures compiled by ovory necessity of life, nnd last, hut pil of tho oyo, nnd whon tho supply tho pormanency ot tho matorlal. But Us proofs, while tho defense the United States Department ot Ag- not least, tho price ot sugar. It waa was cut off tho drug went to $50 an many Improvements have boon made uhmt loss than two. Arguments by riculture, the man' In tho city oats stated that it tho Democratic partv ounce. A chemlcaj company found In tho finishing and sanitation, so Tako Herblno for Indigestion. uaaul occupied tho greater part of mora beet, veal and mut could get control ot tho country all that atroplno could be t extracted from that dampness no longer troubles. relieves the pain in n few minutes nnd ton than, tho man In tho country, but this iniquity1 that they said the Re- tho Jlmson-weeand It Is npw culA "magic white city" of 250 housos forces tho fermented matter which tho man in tho country eats two- - publicans had perpetuated upon tho tivated as a crop In Marlon Co., Ind, Is bolng orected on the southern edge causes jaiiUTOHR BREAKING PROJECTILE thirds moro pork than tho man In the peoplo would bo removed. the misery into the bowels A crop of a million, pounds Is expect- -' of Los Angeles, and peoplo are , watch where It is expelled. ,3-- o now J.GluchjproJcQUle produc city and one-hamoro poultry. "Tho Democratic party won In od this year. Price 00c. Sold ing with keen Interest. The bm Ly Ohio County Drug Co. m 30OT WBERRY IS Senator's ed at tho navnl ordnance plant at South Charleston, W. Vn., has set a new record. At tho proving grounds at Indian Head, Mil., It was fired through moro than 13 inches of steel. This projectile will weigh 2,100 pounds as against the pounds of tho shell. Two ships of the dread-naugtype, the Maryland and, tho Colorado, which nro to carry these guns, will bo launched in the spring. elt 0 14-Inht 16-ln- HIGHER FREIGHT MANY PMINENr MEN COME OUT FOR TANLAC penlten-Jtocnjujftrailln- D tho'rll.L Jtxna-i&rtee- j Newbor-ay.aiHifwiie- en -- - well-know- lf tl host-know- con-ifara- sl le is o. best-know- n, ar e H n; v best-know- n ovor-lastln- d -- i Ohildren Cry CASTOR 'A D I mo-tln- d, f; two-thir- Jt d, lf ' Y' I & f r f V Cabinet 'mKOTMawtgifwrJimt'wi wun'iTi . ;jn.' v." ' Mm u." amyHUmuuijjjiiiuau anvMra Nosko jvas present at tho Assemn, bly session today when Phllipp TO BE PROSECUTED Majority Socialist leader and former Premier, attacked thj Minister of Defcnso In a stirring speech overdemanded Government Orders War- haulingnndtho Cabinet. a radicalIlcnko, of Hcrr rants Against Nine of leader of the Independent Socialists asked Nosko whoro ho was when tho The Principals Kapp forces had their hands nt tho Government's throat, and why ho die1 not "break their bones," but Nosko Stuttgnrt, March, 22 Tho Oovorn-me- by this time had disappeared from has Instructed tho court nt tho chamber. Lelpslc to drav warrants agnlnst nlno Representatives of all tho princiof tho principals In tho rovolt niova-men- t, pal parties at 'tho session delivered but thcro ia still discussion of speeches cordemning the Kapp move is as i how seveie! Mioso won aall t,c pui. ment nnd urging the punishment of i Jj Ished. Ono element In tho Govern- the guilty. ment hns suggested that only a singo cars, so is gle culprit he shot ns nn examrlo Hcrbtno cures constipation and reEfforts .vara being mado tonight ta establishes regular bowel movement successful have tho Socialists ngreo to this pro- Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug cars. gramme Instead of Insisting upori Company. m tho execution of nil thoso who should RUINED CASTLES CHEAP. eventually bo convicted of treason. , llcrlln Uprisings Suppressed. 31x4-inc- h 30x3-- , 30x3V:-- , sizes History lovers who havo a leaning Reports received here Uday stated toward things antique havo a chance Communist uprisings In tho vicinity of Dcrlln had been suppressed It is now to acqulro bits of property of skill facilities. V hoped to establish railroad communi- medieval date without taxing their too heavily. Ruined cation between Stuttgart and Berlin pockctbooks dements ar c castles In England aro going cheap; tomorrow. Jv Details of tho disorderrfVln Berlin In fact comparatively largo, acreages havo been offered along with a caseasily beliera while tho Kapplst troop3 wero during which tho 'crowds tle at surprisingly low figures. One 557 "? wero fired upon, wero reportpd to holding G3 acres comprising the site Government officials by telephone of a castle said to have been built sizes mentioifou mi shortly after tho Norman conquest today. wV.l,1 It was said that although tho gen- was sold at auction for $3,400. AnGoodye, wfer? Wo. .. e Go to other with nearly four acres attacheral strike was still continuing at the capital, a now crisis was not feared ed was sold for only $2,000. No as Socialist leaders had promised of- ghosts are guaranteed to go with tho !? ficials that as soon as tho Kapplst ruins, but a legend or two are thrown troops had left, orderswould be In. stock. t'.'ce;. given for a resumption of 'work. 1 WKEDpSALHtjitFOU SEASON Decision has been reached to grant AVMKAQE 7.17 OVER 1010 amnesty to the soldiers who took part ' In tho revolt, but to prosecuto tho 20. Tobacco leaders of tho movement. Reports' iLaxltQnjt'..Iarch imado by loyal offciials indlcato tho sales at the close of business for the average for tho seat troops Involved In tho uprising num- week showed nn bered from 40,000 to 50,000, and It son 7.17 higher thnn tho nverage SOOD -mAtI was thought best to get them out of this time last year, according to the report of Supervisor of Sales Ben V Berlin beforo attempting to appreBosworth, given out today. Sales hend any of the leaders, Some members of the Ebert Min- for tho season wero G3.3C2.1C0 lbs., Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that 30x3V& Goodyear DiublcCurc $ 750 istry were In favor of taking drastic for which growers were paid $29 -reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a Tread. Fabric, JLJ 345,097-06, an average of $46.47 a steps against all who participated lr cheap ttlbe? Goodyear H;avy Tourist Tubes cost little more 30X34"-- Goodyear Single-Curthan tubes or less merit. 30x32 size in water the revolt, but there is strong senti- hundred pounds, as compared with i $ JL 50 $450 L proof bqg. FabricAnti-Ski- d Tread. ment In f.ivor of confining arrests to sales of 54,816,270 pounds up to , the principal figures isx tho abortive tliis time last year, for $21,213,231.-90an average of $33.70. r revolution. For tho past week Bales totaled Tho National Assembly, which met pounds, which brought 571,630 in extraordinary session here this aN ternoon, was duclarod adjourned to $135,805.29, an average of $23.75, night by its president, Konstantln or $1,13 n hundred under tho nverago Fehrenbach, to meet in Berlin on of the corresponding week of last Tuesday next. Tho Government de- year, when 1,355,750 pounds wero cided to proceed to Berlin on Sun sold for $337,270.07 an average of $21.88. day. Tho Majority Soclollst leaders here DOGS; havo demanded that Gustnv Noske, 'DRY LAW HITS OWNER PAYS FINES Ministor of Dofcnso, resign. Nosko has compiled by tendering his resigSan Francisco, March 20. "Your nation to President Ebert, but tho my posreached a decis- Honor, tho liquor found in Government has not made 'its appearance in the ancient fourths of tho nation's popsstaHefc. IN TURKEY session was used to rub down mV SWOPE MAY PROBE ion as to its acceptance and will not city of Jerusalem. Tho first issue The allies are thrrntnilnc. mini igiii greyhounds." do sp until tho Cabinet has considerof "The Jerusalem News" appeared tic terms against her If the msiudinnjg. This plea wns mado by Patrlc Rell-l- y o Should Noske ed the question. WAR EXPENDITURES Dec. 9, 1919, the second nnniversary of the Armenians are contlnee. ho appeared before Federal when American soldiers are gradually It seems probable he will bo sucof tho taking of Jerusalem by the Judgo Frank Rudkin. ceeded by General von Seecht, now British forces. There were six and being brought back to the good old "Rather strange that dogs should' In command of the troops in Berlin news a one and U. S. A., from the four quarters of Soldiers Not a half columns of local and Dr. Schiffor, Minister of Justice, Is need liquor these days," commented Discharged advertising. tho globe where the w:ar heads found halt columns of Judge. "What Is in the mixture?' being mentioned for the premiership tho Given Clothes Prompt"The time is very propitious," it necessary to send them during the Reilly explained that It contained states the editor. "The need for ac- recent world-wid- e A few ly, Says Kentuckian whisky, gin nnd alcohol. curate telegraphic news of the world are still places, Federal agents, who mado tho arter Pepto-Manga- n is very apparent here in Jerusalem, however. "$&$ rest stated that an analysis showed which Is Itself a world center. Premany Yanks In TurThere aren't tho "lotion" contlned 105 por cent Washington, March 20. Repre- parations are under wny for Great key bilt atf American naval force alcohol. sentative King Swope, of Kentucky, Britain to accept tho mandate over eight destroyers is being kept of in "Would you drink it?" queried tho who Is a returned service man, anPalestine, and the growing English-speakiTurkish waters to protect American Judgo of tho agent. nounced today that In his opinion community needs a mouth- Interests and to assist If necessary "I would hate to. It Is only fit thero is rank negligence in furnishin a moral way at least the British, a dog." replied tho federal In- ing extra army equipment to dis piece." fvL-- 3 Genus for Spring l)u8 Are Treacherous On tho editorial page Is a word of Constantinople to French,and Italian jj r s jvs Don't Disappear With Cold Weather spector. charged soldiers, as provided by law, Alien-b- y, navies have gone before Constant;l-- l "Well, your dogs will havo to be nnd that unless there Is a change for welcome from who captured the city from the nople to induce compliance by Turprohibitionists, too, and it will cost the better ho will sponsor an investiencouragement key with tho terms of the peace treaBLOOD IS SLUGGISH AND WEAK you $25 for the 'rubdown' said the gation by the House Committee on Turks, and a word of from the American consul in Jeru- ty and to serve as a warning to her Judgo. Expenditures In the War Department salem, Dr. Otis A. Glazebrook. The to Don't Tnko Cliuurcs If You Feel Bad. m cease her' practices against the , of which ho is a member. Swope now' paper has started a campaign Enrich Your Blood With NEGRO BANK AVILL BE Armenians In Asia Minor. gavo out tho following statement; n for cleaning up and painting up, and OPENED IN LOUISVILLE Thousands of Armenians at Marash "Men who submitted their appll' tho planting of trees in and around army equip- the Holy City. There Is also a warn- were massacred recently but the ConThero la a .great deal of serious Negro business men of Loulsvile cations for additional government " Sh! What, would happo under the ment two months ago havo not re- ing against stirring up racial dif- stantinople sickness In the Spring. to me if I were your kid? will discuss plans for tho first negro sultan, which at present Is resting on equipment to date. Tho ferences. ceived their Long bank In this city at a supper-meetin- g Well, If you're noacquainted And It la easy to seo why. very shaky legs, was powerless to purwith Calumet Bakings you weeks pent up Indoors, too littlo ex- at Hoscoo Simmons' Hotel, Sixth nnd fault Ilea with the director of do anything to save them. The suldon't know what a good exercise, and fresh air, winter sickness Liborty Streets, at G o'clock this even- chase and storago who seems either TOO CRAZY TO WORK, tan and his supporters would doubtcuse I have. Can't with, a generally ing. J. Q. Macpherson has accepted to be purposely delaying tho Issuance not entirely over Myself they're g MAN GETS 3 MONTHS less be glad to accept the peace treaof their equipment or painfully ingoodl Good for me too, belowered vitality. Blood weak and an Invitation to make an Interty under most any conditions and cause Calumet Bakings are? efficient. Men whoso applications sluggish. Thon como fine Spring esting address. Chicago, March 20. Mike Czop consider themselves lucky in getting W. M. Rich, cashier wholesome and easily digtsled. days that are not as warm as they of tho Brown Saving & Banking Com' havo been In for weeks have been di had an aversion to work. Whenever out of tho predicament so easily but Millions of mothers use rected to submit them to other supor sudden changes in the pany, Norfolk, Va will attend. Boom; go out and get tho nationalists, comprising a faction ply officers, nnd upon doing so were his wife told him to weather, and you haven't taken , The bank Is to bo known as tho a Job, she informed Judge Trude In in violent opposition to foreign agInformed to go back and start all propor precautions. First Standard Bank and Is to have qovor again with tho first supply of- the Court of Domestic Relations, he gression, have control of the Turkish BIKING POWDER people don't a capital stock of $100,000. Tha Vigorous, scampered around the floor on all chamber of deputies and they declare becauseofitspurlty becvwc get sick. It you'ro not feeling stock is being sold among negroes. ficer, often growled like a lion. it always gives best reanH vuCite that they will resist to the last man "As a result of this many former fours and economical in cost and use n of your It Is be a a Stato institution. your best, get The soldiers will not receive their over "Can't you soo I'm crazy?" Mlko the partitioning of Asia Minor which Calumtt contain only tmtfi ingrtdltntt at hovt bttn ap druggist and take It to build up your directors and officials will bo elected supreme council at Paris Is said would say. "I can't work." the provd officially by Ih , coats and shoes until winter Is over. blood, This effectlvo and agreeablo and a location selected after tho Food AulhorilU: Mrs. Czop told the Judge that altho to be contemplating. Thero Is no excuse for this inefYou mave tthen you bur It. tonic has been tested for ovor thirty stock has been sold. They boast that the real Turkish You aavo when you uaa. !V ficiency. I propose to havo the of- Mike says ho is a sick man and rolls years, and physicians, everywhere, menTho IPidelity & Columbia Trust government Is not at Constantinople his eyes wildly every time sie IHQESTa- -? 2Hg2 pale, and Company Is trustee for the enterprise. ficers of that department brought be- tions work, he is well enough to go but at Angora, which is In Asia Minor recommend It for fore tho committee on expenditures anemic people out nights while she is working as u beyond the reajh of the allied naval W. W. Stradling is chairman of tin in the War Department unless this Tho whole family should tako Organization Committee. guns and far enough in tho interior Condition is Immediately relieved, and scrubwoman. It Is good health insur Mike waived his Insanity plea bo- - to render a feeling of security to the why the government monoy Is see ROYAL VAULT ltirLED ance. Bosldea, what a Joy It Is to wro spent for this purposo when bo many fore tho Judge and argued that be had Insurgents. It Is estimated that they 4wl,flt and fine ready for anything! men, who were in the army, a lame leg. Ho was sentenced to 3 number from G00(oqo to 1,000,000 Burglars broke Into the mausoleum of the To "have an abundance of energy and months at hard labor, orgjjfclzod troopsaadUey are under of Char!ot,tenberg castle a fow nights aro refused this equipment." enthusiasm! thJMMtdorahlp of a?tojSiH Mustapha Pepto-Manga- n Is for sale at you,r ago. They forced open tho coffin A pain In tho side or back that KMii--whis saldtbo the real druggist's, and In both liquid nnd of Queon Louisa (burled in 1810) catches when you straighten up calls power- in Turkey. , FOR FLETCHER'S tablet form. Thoro Is no difference and removed tho Jewels. Gold and Turke'jp. has been stripped of virtufor a rubbing application of Ballard's silver and gilded crowns lying on tho In medicinal valuo. Tako whichevSnow Liniment. It relaxes the con- ally all of her holdings is Euiofle. rer you prefer, But to mako sure coffins of Emporor William I and tracted. muscles and permits ordinary She retains nomlnMk possession of you get tho genuine, ask for "Gudo's his wlto Empress Augusta wore also JERUSALEM'S NEW DAILY bodily motion without suffering, or Constantinople but snjs deprived of and seo that the takon. Emperor William I was burInconvenience, Prlco 26c,a50o' and tho control of the ufuanellea and led In 1S88 and Empress Augusta in LU4rtC; newspaper $1.00 por bottle. Sold by Qhfe Coup- - tho Bosporus and she 'wjost torrii An American daily name "Gude's" Is on the package 1890. printed In the English language has ty Drug Co. Advertisement. m tory containig approxlnuly three- ftBe REVOLT LEADERS In tho proposed reorganized Sche-Idoman- Goodyear Advantages in Tires foi the Smaller Cars Goodyear Just successful 'in building extreme value into the Goodyear Tires that nt on the highest'priced motor Goodyear in supplying unusual withdrawing, worth in Goodyear Tires for smaller Into the making of Goodyear Tires in the have gone and the full advantages of Goodyear experience, and modern y The results or this unusua sqa jot are Ford, available to every owe Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, "luulJbther car ju requiring the the nearest oration Dealer's place of businejfheie" tires, and them in ujJ' i71 9 rv V A 1 er - e I ' re-tir- For "Spring Fever" ng 'WS Ft . Field-Marsh- al M Pepto-Mungn- Pirate- - The Hft-Helpin- g CALUMET Pepto-Manga- run-dow- n, -- Children dry CASTO R m - Pepto-Manga- n" U r ii Drako bought tho property of Mr. Mrs. Frank Eblyn, of Loulsvlllo, STRAY STREAKS visited Mrs. John II. Barnes, last ' week. PuMMicd AVcokly by (By Pluko McFluko.) Say, why is it that Norlno Coleman HARTFORD PlllNTINO COMPANY a smiling face this Is wearlng.'such Incnrporntcil There Is no longer need for the week? dry inhabitant to turn his .iUm regu- ultra f Rev. Edgar Allen filled his AV. 8. TINSLEY, Editor e down when attending ban lar appointment at AVest Providence, quets In the year 1920 1 mul Business Manager. Sunday. Mr. Owon Chinn, who has been In Entered nccordlng to law nt the Tho fact is we never did In Postofficc, Hartford, Ky., as mall Louisiana, lor sometime, hasVetum-e- d our life. AVo always looked that upon matter of the second class. home. , glass pretty much as we do tubs, nna Karl Sandeftir has accepted a posi- rather thought that every rlius to tion with the Hartford Motor Co.. Address nil communications should sit on It's own bottom. See The Hartford Republican.- as mechanic. AVo nro having flno weather since It was a rather strange sight, that NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Erasmus Bishop has stopped coming of seeing two men drunk. In Hartford, Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to Beaver Dam. night. It was, a case of to n new address "Mist give tho old Louisville, the other Mr. Harry Monroe, of acids and extracts and without pay address In making ti. request. Business Locals n ' Notices 10c was In town last week, shaking hands ing fines in Court, the pair was tol per line, and 8c per Hi ach ad with old friends. erably well penalized, thank you, as ditional insertion. Messrs. Robert AVado and Iva Har- - most everything they possessed, ex Obituaries, Resolution, to Horse cept ls made a business trip shoesoles, was lost via the gng of Thanks, lo per word, u anch Saturday. each head line and slgnautre, route. Messrs. Roy Johnson and A. AV. In advance. Church Notices for services 'or, of Hopewell, were in town Bat Nail says ho can stand most other advertisements, lc y, on business. anything said about him in this col word. Giorge Brown, who Is a.tcud- "vril Anonymous communications umn, but to have a little boy acost mg ii Ml here, visited hit parents receive no attention. him on the streets nnd say to him, George Bakr Providence, Saturday and "Please Mr. McCracken, . my grandYm Seventh Sena-XJJLlit-ilJ..II JlTTA A of Butler M 5Irs Cnrl McKenney nid mother wants to see you, right away" WKXttxFarmera Mutual Is entirely too much don't know x SCountles. SiMS1"61"' Virginia, visuea ins iniiumoenanu what McCracken is going to say 1 try consisted McKenney, of Hartford. when he reads this. r A tonnjAV .MARCH U JBly on the on ot tllQJldred Barnard, of Rlcketts, A. Rial says we havo talked so Njded. w weeks with her grand- - much lf about his. popcorn profits that $Ve shall attempt to give a list of piV and ijr- - an" JIrs Jonn Chlnn, the Revenue Agents won't let him the .most important bills passed by Ml, tod-- AVesterflehU of Union, rest for wanting him to come across tne-- late uenerai Assembly, in our with a lot of income tax, etc. AA'e next issue, would have done so this spentW8"vjlght last week with his don't know Just exactly how Uncle uncle, 'ii'no Stevens, on his way to week but for the lack of space. Samuel figures on taxing the gatherAkron, 6 ,', ings of those who crack "safes and Mr. TetarTate' ot Harford, andJ Whether AV. J. Bryan manages to such things. Rial takes smaller or not. make a political come-baramounts, but anyhow, he.gets It just from the great amount of space being home of Rev. Albert Maddox, Mon- the same. given him, especially by the Demo- day night. Mrs. Bertie Arbuckle, of Louisville, cratic Press, it looks like he ought to Bat Nail says it's been so tarnabe In good shape for tho next Cha- was brought here, in a very serious tion dry during the past few months v She was taken to the condition. utauqua season. that instead of Fred Robertson's of her father, Mason Taylor. home wild oats making a half crop, as preOma Hocker, the little four-ye- a. The increase In Miner's wages will viously forecast, nothing like that old child of John Hocker, died Thursnot be borne by tho Operators and amount, or not even 10 per cent of an Coal Barrons, but will be passed on day afternoon, with brain trouble average yield will .ie harvested. Bat She was laid to rest at the Taylor to the furnaces and firesides of the says the fa.-- t is if the droi'th It. of Nation for payment.- - Thus the man Mines cemetery, Saturday. as long duration as prospedr woiitJ in the foot of the line, as always Indicate, he sees no reason why Fred TO OWNERS OF happens, must shoulder an added UNTAGGED DOGS should not lose seed altogether. -- The Hartford Republican """! i up-sid- ... rannwi bI n 1u aIh m iv;onuurirjiiuiiA-Ax-v4-v-- 4 Back of Every CALORIC his H Hiding Guarantee 1 w. T 1" me I wMtnii r' TS ?nrttnt-A- i " - jr C7P Degrees Temperature jj m orlfour Money Back! jj imi miW$8M&mk s-y- a -- 't. Mwimv-- vm ?rt;Km lii am IS2! A definite written guarantee to heat your entire home, upstairs and down, to the comfortable temperature or 70, degrees in coldest weather that's the fair and square basis on which we sell the B m Mi wr a UWETT iiMTnaTfci"'! lifSim': ,&ZZ hii urn J "Tim a n 5QrinalE2tentecl m.tk. LOR I gjgngnri EilLereMl Dijpeless furnace U" isaM nBi pi u i The CaloriC heats buildings of 18 rooms or less through one register by utilizing the natural law of aur circulation. 1 Over 76,000 Calorics in Use 1 t 1: Prove beyond question that the CaloriC heats more uniformly and more efficiently than any other system and positively saves to 2 a the fuel. This remarkable economy record is due, first to the fact pipes and secondly that the CaloriC has no expensive to the fact that the CaloriC draws the cool air out of your rooms in the same volume that it pours warm air in. This results also in the air throughout your home being constantly purified, with a complete change of air practically every 15 minutos. $ heat-wasti- ng air-xiirculat- ion For Old Homes or New low in upkeep. No pipes, no plumbing and only one register. Come in and see the CaloriC, and let us explain to you its many distinct advantages. You wUl thank us for telling you about it. The CaloriC may be installedjn old homes as easily as in new in otie to tvo days' time. It is low in first cost, r i The law makes it the duty of every citizen, both old and young, to pay the special tax on their dog or dogs and as visible evidence that you have complied with the law, your dog must wear a tag. Most all of the people want to be'law-abldln- g and all of us ought to be, but If we fall or refuse to comply with this special statute, AVe would invito the Hartford Her- to that extent we are violators of ald's Beaver Dam Correspondent to the law, even though we think but and Louls-Tlll- e little about the matter. You are read the Courier-JournTimes, for evidence of the splen- being criticised, the County is being did things already accomplished by criticised and I am being criticised, the present State Administration. Ho and, for my part I am resolved to seems to remember more about the perform my duty. You may pay the tax and procure Civil War and Confederate money than he knows of what's going on at a tag for your dog, if you own only one male dog, for SI. 00, by calling Frankfort. in person on the County Clerk. If Mrs. Cora AA'ilson Stowait, In her you attend to the matter by mail the speech before the Democratic Meet- cost is only 2 cents extra. Now ing recently held In Louisville, don't neglect this matter any longer, showed her big brothers the way, la It you have not procured the tag for so far as undeserved and bitter abuse your dog do so, do it now, before of Republicans was concerned, and al- proceedings are Instituted against so lauded tho Democrats to the tip you. If the mattery of your railure is top, the nlnacle if you please, for brought before tho County Judge their recognition and admission of you may count yourself lucky to esWomen to equal suffrage etc., but wo cape under $25.00, and almost as looked In vain for the name of one certain as fate you will be caught in woman including Mrs. Stewart's, in the net, because we are going to, as that celebrated list of forty appointed stated above, perform our duty as as an Advisory Committee, neither Sheriff. AVe must do it and you did we find a lone woman's name Jn know what will follow. Don't bo the list of members of tho campaign surprised.to see one of my Deputies Committee from the State at large. or myself any day. AVo are going Wo are constrained to believe that after all alike. Mrs. Cora AVilson Stewart told the S. A. BRATCHER. plain and solemn truth when she adSheriff Ohio County. mitted that she was born a Democrat. BEDA. Of all the measures passed and approved by the late General Assembly, A few days weather like this and that of mo'st impoitance to Ohio people will be busy planting gardens County was the Act known as tho and setting their old buns. Highways BUI which provides for the AVould like to ask Purd Casebler construction of some 3,500 or more, to have the Chicken Raisers hold a miles of roads within the State meeting somewhere in the country wholy free from local assessment or nnd stop bothering folks with so Ohio County is to re- much chicken talk over tho telephono assistance. ceive direct benefit by the provision when others want to talk business. . ot this act by tho establishment of I was In town tho other day and three roads through the County, as saw Tins boating it for the oftico In One extending from Green- a hurry-u- p follows: gait, said he wanted to ville, via Central City, Rockport, get back and drive Battle Nail out of Hartford, Fordsville and on the office. Seeing Tins and the good to Hardinsburg. Another from Ow- - warm sunshine made me wish that ensboro, via Pleasant Ridge, Hart- I could go fishing with him this ford, Beaver Dam, Morgantown, Bow- spring, but I supposed that I was too ling Green and on to E. Town or slow and he would not tako kindly some point In that country. Tho to just such company as I would third from Oweusboro, via AVhltes-'vlll- make. s Fordsville, Leltchfleld and on Making a total In to Ellzabethtown. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. ' milage for the County around 80 miles. The Mogul Tractor, Deering Mowers and Hakes, International (Osborne) Disk Harrows, peg tooth HarJIEAVKU HAM. rows, ono and two row Hoosler Corn ' Miss Ueulah'Barnes Is qulto HI at Drills, ono row Empire Drills, Low Corn King manure Spreaders. Mo-lithis time. Sulky Plows and Disk CultivaQurumlngs, of Rock-por- t, uMr. tHenry tors. International combination Cultiwas In town Monday. fc h Cultivators, fourLookout Myrll George la putting vators, Primrose teen tooth Cultivators, bis car in working condition. Miss Opal Leach Is visiting rela- Croam Separators, in fact our lino is complete. tives in Cromwell, this week. AV. E. ELLIS & BRO. John Pierce, of Horse Branch, has The Editor of this paper miiy not have the sleeping sickness, but he Is .almost always sick to sleep of mornings. So far a Doctor has not been called, as the wife officiates, and In order to save a surgical operation he manages to get out in time for the morning porridge. al Mc-Hene, . ne flve-toot- Mrs. Hardin Chapman, out on Route 5, has been having a lot of trouble with a rielghbor'segg-suck-ln- g dog. Mrs. Chapman thought she would fool the dog byl'juslng for nest eggs and'by closely watching the nests beat&both the dog and hens. It worked on tho hens O. K., but the dog was not td bo fooled and kept right on. He ate' all of the gourds and carried off a porcelain door knob, at least that's what the paper, or whatever it Is ho may be doing, it looks like a man had put Hardin tells us. up a big sign for most every man, lay-ho1 almost knew that I. D. Claire woman and child in town to would not desert me, leave me strand of said door and shake it, off its ed upon these dry shores when Doc, hinges to see If It is really AVo don't know Barrass and Moore leaves this Port what else It could be, for certainly, for points below, on the annual fish trip about May 1. Now if some drawn blinds and locked doors ought, other heeder of the mascedonian ordinarily, be signs enough to even squeak will take the old sheet the the unltiated, that the occupant of week following John's (whose last the rooms is not at home to the name Is Thomas) sacrificial seven casual' caller. mm days, we will, most assuredly, be much obliged and remember him HAKTFORD BAPTIST CHUKCII 'Subject for Sunday March 28, kindly for several moons thereafter. morning hour 10:45, "Facts and AVhen a fellow pulls his blinds Faith In Religion" or " A Programme , down, locks his door good and fast and a Promise." Evening hour, 7:00, "The Baptism in order to keep Tom, Dick, Harry and forty other loafers from bother- of the Holy Spirit." ing him when he is doing his dead-lev- el Public cordially Invited. RUSSELL AVALKER, Pastor. best to turn out some stuff for may-gourds ld f W.J. BEAN, - Dealer Hartford, Ky. wff . 1 T-- M.p- I -- - i- - -- - The Samson Tractor DfifS ffi H ii il-liBnT7 New Wirthmor Silk Blouses A Sale That Offers a Substantial Saving neAV Wirthmor Silk Blouses have a manifold appeal; they are Avinsomely Styled, they are splendidly made; they are true fitting, and they are, in view of the prevailing price of Silk fabrics, decidedly MODERATELY PRICED. They are produced in a saving manner and come to us under an advantageous arrangement that spell SUBSTANTIAL ECONOMIES to our. patrons. We are specially pleased at this time, Avhen everyone is interested in keeping down the cost of apparel to be able to offer these Blouses. There are eight new models; none of Avhich have been offered before. They are made of Georgette Crepe, Crepe de" Chine and Tub Silk. bt If, These lllllfi Mmm Choice at "' We have a car load of these tractors, which we expect to arrive within the next two or three weeks. Get your order in on this car as we may not be able to secure another shipment in time for early spring delivery. $6.75 Vs ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD KY. Agents forphio County. V. L. Fullcersoh, Sales Agent and Field Manager. ' Carson (& Hartford, Kentucky. Co. K -- - . - . I I .V Kiln-drie- d Yes wo havo stoves, E. C. Simmons Shelled Corn and all Cnst Stoves and Monarch Mailable kinds of feeds. Iron Ranges, 3GU , W. E. ELLIS & BRO. WILLIAMS & DUKE. 33tt Mis Emlllo Pendleton was in OwCapt. J. W. Marks, of Toccoa, Ga , ensboro Friday and Saturday, vlsltlni; arrived hero Sunday to spend a week friends and relatives. with his mother, Mrs. T. S. Marks, Miss Arzolla Ralph, of Magan, is and family. spending the week here, tho guest Northern Seed Potatoes? Yes, wo of Miss Ernestine Ralph. have them, "first grade Irish CobRobert Carson, a student In the blers and Early Ohio. High School, Is confined to his home 37t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. near Beda, with mumps. Everett Shaver, son of Mr. and We have a car of nice, clean Timo- Mrs. Jake Shaver, left Tuesday for Akron, Ohio, where ho expects to thy and Rod Top Hay. employment. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. se-cu- ro W .' i I tOMMAvWv. Spring Coats Right at your door you find as large and line of Ladies' as you will find in larger towns. well-selected THE DE LAV1I Faj?xxx CREAM SEPARATOR Brings Prosperity to the I . -- Ready-to-We- ar Coats, Coat Suits, V 1 Ready-to-We- ar ' Dresses, Waists, ' Skirts, Muslin Under- wear, Etc., Etc. Why Not spend your money at home? Styles are the same, prices are lower. There are many reasons why this statement. Be fair with your home merchant. There may come a time when you will need him. All Spring Merchandise Now In. Call and See. 2kg&GG Vtf 1 Mrs. O. T. Burns, who has been in Hon. I. S. Mason, of Buford, was In town Wednesday and Thursday, Owensboro for some timo recuperating from an operation, returned to shaking hands with friends. her homo herd Tuesday afternoon. FOR SALE Ono pair of good Call over Farmers' phono. I am paying more cash every day Mules. In tho week for Poultry, Eggs and J. E. KIRK, Hartford, R. 7. Cream than any buyer I know of. Miss Mary Marks, of the Calhoun L. T. RILEY, Tuesday to High School, came-homHartford, Ky. spend the remainder of the week. Mrs. R. R. Wedding went to East Miss Lizzie Miller, of Central City, St. Louis, 111., the first of this week, recently spent a few days here, with where she will make an extended visit to her daughter, Mrs. J, L. Sallee and her mother, Mrs. Jennio T. Miller. Mr. Sallee. Wo nro adding a big lino of Plow Gear. Call and look It over. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bennett, of 3Bt4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Beaver Dam, visited Mr. and- Mrs. James A. Balrd here, and Mrs. Tabl-th- a THOSE WISHING to buy Millinery Balrd, of near Alexandra, last week-enat reasonable prices will call on MRS. D. HURT, Hartford, R. 2. Misses Ina and Rachel Black, Mr. Mr. Louis Fulkerson has purchas- and Mrs. John Harris and son, Hened tho residence property of Mrs. ry, of Owensboro, were hero last Minnie Wedding Lee, on Clay Street. Saturday to attend tho burial of Mrs. Virginia Black. See our Bako E-- Z Ranges and Blue Bird Stoves before you purMr. Iris Render, of Pt. Pleasant, chase. Is an addition to Sheriff Brntcher's W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 39t4 force'of Deputies. If you don't wish to be arrested and run In by Iris Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, you had better be good. who have been In Owensboro, slncp last tall, have returned to their home Messrs. O.", D. McKenney, of "Simhere. mons, W. E. and J. C. McKenney and the latter's Httlo daughter, of Beaver FOUND One pair of good Specta- Dam, spent Sunday here, the guests cles. By proper description and pay- of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. McKenney. ment of this ad, owner o.iy have same. W. W. Harris, the local manager for the Cumberland Telephone Com-panMisses Lourene and Mary Warren Is again a familiar figure Collins were In Owensboro Sunday around town, after being confined to and Monday-- , visiting Miss Margurite his room sinco tho first of February, Taylor. with flu. o d. More De Lavals in use than all othermaKfes ienfsi-bined. It is the WORLD'S STANDARD, jtafci&tcomimr of Snrintr. the freshening of the cowfearidiifckEf coming on of the grass, you can makey.crturalrr cheaper and there is therefore no better; time.'tEsaEi RIGHT NOW in bnv that Dp Laval. Tf vnm wnr thinking of buying something cheaper, better aaiz some of your neighbors who have already; trice?. them and then purchase a De Laval Just use ypmr best judgment, then call us for a demonstrations - 3 3? ;T 3 & isi X Our implements are moving faster than usual. & We have already sold cultivators, which, fe, a EMe ;& oyyT limiciial Vmf im holiavo tViof if tiroc? unca auu. Luy- uuuguui) www ,v. uw.n,.muu jiv rcsj VYJpc mn gest that in as much as it costs you no more chase early, that you let us have your order foraas?-- " uung uiai you migni, neeu in me implement imesssB " that we can hold it for you. You know the mariaak conditions as well as we, so again we advise yxz$Efr X. j """ J""' wvuw juuuiuwito wwmc; in runt iiiiiiv our line. 'It costs you nothing to look and it imgjifc "r!' be the means of saving some money. Rememlkgr & the 5 per cent cash discount. This is the place wJieca i2' your money buys the most. 35? m -r- ta-Tjap-- : ". iiiin.-i:ii-fy- J. D. WILLIAMS & SQMS BEAVER DAM, KY. BOTH PHONES. ! R 'Hit. LALLEY LIGHT j and POWER. v The Hartford Republican FOR SAL13 A W. E. ELLIS Wagon.--- . & BRO." K' FRIDAY PERSONAL AND SOCIAL EVENTS Miss Jlyrtlo Lashbrook Owcnsboro, Tuesday. went Mrs. MARCH 20 Mr. A. S. Tanner, of Owensboro, ington was In town a few days this week, on of her business. who is NEWS Jonos Fertilizer Car will bo in in a few days. to W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. S. L. King was in Owcnsboro, choice Monday; on business, Just arrived, a Mg assortment of c oking 'ssels in aluminum WILLIAMS & DUKE. Toney Johnson is confined to bis - Mr. W. H. Baize is spending tho "bed with malarial fever. week in the Baizetown country, on business. VXl&l OLIVE Soap, only lOcts. ACTON BROS. 39t2 The best place to get Enamel and . Aluminum Ware is at ACTON BROS. Mr. Asa Chancellor, of near Askins, 39t2 was In Hartford Tuesday, on business. Walter Wedding went to Bowling Mr. C. P. Turner, or Owensboro, Green recently, whoro ho Is taking a was in Hartford Wednesday. business course. The new bulk garden seeds havo arThe best by test, Sharpies Cream tf Separator for salo by rived at WILLIAMS &DUKB 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. Jailer Worth Tichenor, was at Dlshenors Tuesday, on business. Carl Sandefur, of Beaver Dam, has decepted a position with We pay cash every day for eggs and Motor Company. W. B. ELLIS & DRO. poultry. . us when we replace them. ' ACTON BROS. Eugene Allen, of the Wash- 39t2 community, is at the bedside Did you know that where others mother. Mrs. E. P. .Bennett, have 30 to 40 disks the Sharpies Sep very ill. arator has none? It has only three Mr. Luther Leach and family, of working parts, 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL Beaver Dam, .have moved Into the BOTTOM and 1 DIVIDING WALL. property recently purchased of Mrs. For sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. Dorothy Barrass. Mrs. T. B. Petrlo will return to her Mrs. Laura Stevens returned to home in Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday-afte- r spending two weeks here with her Louisville, Saturday, after spending ogle. Judge several days here, the guest of Mrs. father, Judge J. E. Fogle is making good progress In Chester D. Stevens. recovering his normal physical conMiss Anna Howard, of Oil City, dition. was tho guest of her uncle, J. Y. Mrs. W. H. Acton, of the Sulphur Hngorman and family, here,- from Springs Country died March 18th., Saturday to Monday. and was burled on tho day following Mrs. T. II. Black, who underwent .tMt. Vernon burying Grounds. The an operation for appendicitis in a deceased lady was noraly 82 years Louisville Hospital, last Friday, is old and was the widow of the late W. H. Acton. reported as doing nicely. - There' has been another advance Mrs. C. V. Ward, of near Beda, has returned to her home after spending On Owensboro Wagons, but we have a week in Louisville, the guest of a "few Jobs In "stock that we can seH you at the price that they will cost her daughters. $ a comvUte vntf tngtne an tk ll tUragt battery. It lupplit arifU electricity fjr lights, trattr fumpt vcukinff mocking, tiretper, ertan lepara or, fanning mill, iron, tie. LcUey-Lxg- gcnerator-vi- Lalley Light and Power Saves the Daylight for Field Work Every available hour of daylight u needed for actus production on tow farm. That U one reason why Lalley Light Is considered uch a valuable farm economy. It brilliant, steady light lessens the drudge of the early morning and after-dar- k chores. Many farmer do their milking and feeding at night now that they have Lalley light, thereby saving many hours of daylight for field work. Lalley Light with its endless, sure, safe supply of electric ligh and power save time and labor on th6 farm, all day, before sun-u- p and after That is why so many thousands of farmers have found Lalley electric light and power a necessity. That is why all Lalley plant .owners have found it a practical money making improvement and an invaluable home comfort and convenience. Let us fhow how Lalley Light and Power can do tha same for you at a cost that will surprise you. , sun-dow- LJ1L . fe Mr. Win. Fair, of Fair & Company, was in Louisville the first of this week. YOUNG MEN see ACTON DROS. .Geo. Delker Buggy ad on page 8. 39t2 V - 'v4 V v' ' Kev. W. H. Foreman, of Vvville, was in town Monday. Lime, Plaster and Cement, W. B. ELLIS & DRO. 39t4 - W FURNITURE! W. Court. have It at WILLIAMS S. FURNITURE! & DUKE We tf n, Brown, of Route 1, Center-towwas here yesterday, attending JUST .RECEIVED a shipment of Blue Ribbon Oil Stoves. & BRO. . W. B. ELLIS H. end with his sons, Stonewall Monroe, near Arnold. Judge Mack Cook, spent last week- and 4i FOR SALE Two road Wagons, slightly used, Slzo i and 2 ft, LEAOH, 38t2p " Hartford, Ky. . L-'- Circuit Court Clerk, A. C. Porter Mrs. M. J. Ross went to Dundee yesterday, where she Avlll visit her has rented tho property from Judge sister, Mrs. Joslo Duke, until the J. E. Fogle, formerly occupied by him and will move to same at an earfirst of tho coming week. ly date. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk Mr. Berry Dudley Walker returned will go to housekeeping in the resito Akron, Ohio Monday; after spend dence vacated by Mr. Porter. jajiu wxisuiv, Manager ing a few days hero wlth'his parents, FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. you a child in your home Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Walker. Attorney of E. M. Woodward, about 10 or 12 years old. He or she i e Louisville, was hero last week-en- d Mlss'Sudie Allen went; to Madison-vjli- o can operate a Sharpies Separator as PT on legal business. yesterday, where eh? .will spend well as an older person, tho only 8 you will get thru quicker than a few days, the guest of her aunt, FOR Plows, Disc Harrows, Cultj-vato- rs Mrs. Roland Jones and family. achild for you will turn faster than Corn Planters and 1 and the child. For a Sharpies is GUAR39f2 soe ACTON BROS. If you are In the market for a new ANTEED to get all the cream at any Davenette, see our lino, before buying speed. Call or write WILLIAMS & ACTON 11ROS. BPECIAD CASH PLYMOUTH fOrCS. Mr. and Irs. A. W, Gontry, of tho as we believe that wo can furnish DUKE for a free demonstration. PRICES TODAY AND TOSIORROW BARRED LAY AND WE30B 3i-- tt Hartford, Ky. you Just what you want. Narows country, spent the weok-en- d With eighteen ypars erpi)rltinia.jMei!? ACT.ON BROS. here, with relatives. 39t2 $12.00 1 bbl., good Flour constant attention to size, 8Ua$nii. Good Rags, $2.00 per cwt. 05 or Navy Beans 10 lbs. and egg production, 1 fast of Coming! A large shipment Mixed Rags, $1.50 per cwt. Miss CUtfio Follx, of the Rockport 18.00 ranted in claiming. a 8tandanr.KhweE 50 lbs. Pure Hog Lard Old grass sacks $1.00 per cwt. Graded School, spent the week-en- d seed Corn, Boone County White, Iowa. 4.25 Plymouth Rock yard, and. 100 Ids., Scratch Feed Mixed scrap Iron, 50c per cwt. Reed's Yellow Dent, St. Charles Red here with her m'othor. 2.40 my flock, I have just re&iuaa3:!ttL Wheat Bran, $3.25 per cwt. 0ob, and we also have the home Good Coffee 10 lbs., ' . Wheat Shorts, $3.50 per cwt. Mrs. Ross Bennett, of McIIenry, is grown Missouri Prolific 30 Holterman's "Aristocrats,,"" 1ntm ?Mrtrri 1 lb. Steel Cut Coffee yard at Fort Wayne, IndwIgjrifrfo & Mule Feed, $3.25 per cwt. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 39t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Horse 2.25 I paid 115.00. This 1 doz. Cans Tomatoes blr&ta.3mte&:x Hog Feed, $3.25 per cwt. v H. Patton, this week. .15 12 selected hens and will, 1 Can Sugar Corn Dairy Feed, $3.00 per cwt. Mrs. Ora Maddox, who has been IS some wonderful results. Eggjc. ikwtj Squire W. P. Render, of Center-tow- n, with her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Foster, 16 per cent phosphate at car, $1.35 1 Can Salmon this mating, $2.00 for 15-- egB- Routo 1, was in Hartford yes- and Mr. Foster for. some time, went per cwt. 1 Largo Can Calumet Baking I also have, 40 hens and, 1 wtgkmOLn terday, attending Court.' I buy and sell for cash. to Livormore Tuesday, where she .. 25 ' Powders of my own. .breeding, . eeUaittaH smm) D. L. D. SANDEFUR, will make aa expended stay with Mr. 1 Goqd Broom v00 mated to produce splenatdl raadttu Beaver Dam, Ky. 38t3 We are expecting a car of Shingles and Mrs, B. E. Brown. Eggs from this muting, $j.2&&r3Zr . Blue and White any day, can save you money a( car Enameled Water Palls. .. .. 1.10 eggs. ?5.00 for 100 eggs. CYsjfear.a Mr. Henry Plrtle left the local , door, sale. farm: mm will be filled in tho order they arwaw-cejv- ed W. B. ELLIS & BRO. Depot Wednesday morning with a FOR SALE. and eggs shipped, whemtestet. v. acres,' near Bald Hope-hu- l, Consisting of 240 load of stock for hts home at ed. we have stoves, B. 0; Simmons Ala. Mr. Plrtle left .the stock on Knob Church, will sell all or diylde Yes Book your orders now awS" Jtar My house and lot. in Hartford Ky Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable tho farm sold to'' Payne. Brothers, to suit purchaser. For terms see ready for early hatching. ?;Qtf Tho prico is right. Ranges. when he removed to the South last J; H. DAVIS, L. T. DAVIS or WARIron ' LOUIS T. RILEY. JOHN B. WILSON, UarjCCusi 39tCp COtf 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKB. fall. REN SHIELDS! Fordsville Planing Mill Co: dif-eren- ce wm. to,itwin prso 12-qu- for ' , "j'i -i - r tions has a detrimental effect on milk MAN'V I.OSSH.S IS KENTUCKY secretion of cows and growth of l'KOM 1J,11NG!' TOHACCO calves. A romedy was found In tho addition of sodium phosphato to raNew York, March 20. Tobacco CIHCUIT COURT. REAVER DASI. This is shown by a recent report by tions deficient In phosphorus. KoIs nml the Fnnilly. The "firing" in Kentucky this season has Judge UnitIt. W. Slack, Oweniboro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. A large proportion of tho poultry tho Dureau of Crop Estimates, work is being continued. been attended by on unuusunl numBmlth, Hartproducts of this country nro produced ed States Department of AgriculClerk R. W. King. t ber of destructive fires, owing large- Com'tii. Attorney C. E. ford. en general farms. Nearly every farm ture. Tho value of theso animals now Catarrhal Deafness uunnot Be Cured ly to more genoral redrylng, accordPollco Judgo J. w. Coopor. has Its poultry flock. The averago exceeds'thnt of horses and cattlo oth by local Applications, m they cannot reach ing to reports compiled by tho Nation- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Marshal R. F. Stovens. Otto C. Marla the American farmer reserves about 3 er than milk cows, tho two classes only diseased portion of the ear. al Hoard of Fire Underwriters' Ac- - Muster Commissioner one way to cure catarrhal tin, Hartford. family use and formerly standing higher on tho list. and that la by a conitltutlonal dtafmss, ttirnrial Bureau. This dozen eggs a week for remedy FORDBVILLE. additional an about GO fowls are consumed by tho On January 1 of this year thoro were catarrhal Deafness la caused bylining In step Intho process of curing tobacco Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, named condition of the mucoui of Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonoi. me buiwcnim iuor, tvnen inia Hartford. family during tho year. These food approximately 23,747,000 milk cows Inflamed you hnve a rumbling aound tubeIm-II is undartaken because It enhnnces or perfect hearing, and Clerk Olia Cobb. la entirely 1st Monday In March IS days products can be secured absolutely In this country, an lncrcaso of 272,-00- 0 cloeed. Deafness la thewhen It Unless result. the the value of tho weed and is effected head, or 1.2 per cent, as compar Com'th. and Civil. Inflammation can bo reduced and this tube fresh, which considerably enhances Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. ofton by the crudo method of digging to Ita normal hearing the value of this contribution from ed with a year ago. Their nggregato rrilored uceiroycu forever.condition, caiea or a trench in tho center of n barn and 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. win w Hany Marshal Grant Pollard. deafneai aro cauied by catarrh, which le meat furnished by value Is placed at $2,021,681,000. thVlarm'. Of the 4. an Inflamed condition of the mucoua surpiling it with logs, which nro then 1st Monday in July 13 days years ago the nvorago milk face!. Hall'a Catarrh Medicine acta thru Ten Com'th. and Civil. tho farm to tho operator and his famDuring tho "firing" the farmthe blood on the mucoua surfaces of the fired. OFFICIAL SCHOOIi CALENDAR. ily, poultry constitutes nbout 10 per cow was worth $35.29, compared with system. er concerned keeps an eyo upon tho 3d Monday in September 12 days We will FOR PRESENT YEA1C $78.20. It Is generally recognized any case of give One Hundred Dollars for process Civil. Catarrhal Deafness that cannot cct. and usually manages to safeba cured by of poultry can be that the quality of the milk cows of cuUrs free. Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Clr Monday In November IS days 4th A small flock All Druggists. 5c. guard his premises. County Board of Education E. S. F. J. CHENHY A CO., Toledo, O. kept on the farm nt littlo cost, as Is this country Is Improving at tho samo Com'th. and Civil. Tho figures gathered by tho ActuHoward, S. S. O. C. by poultry experts of time that their number is increasing. pointed out arial Bureau show that during tho COUNTY COURT. The class of cattle, consisting of W1NDSTOHJI CAUSES GKEAT Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, the United States Department of AgDAMAGE TO KANSAS WHEAT periood from September 12 to No- Meets first Monday in each month. The fowls find scattered calves, steers, bulls, and cows, not riculture. Route 6. vember 16, 1919, there wero ninety-tw- o Judge Mack Cook. grain about the farmstead and on the kept for milk production and desigfires of this Nature in Kentucky Topeka, Knns., Mar. 19 Reports Div. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. County Att'y A. D. Kirk. adjoining grain fields after harvest. nated as "other cattle," shows a de reaching tho Federal Weather Sta- with aggregate losses of $101,4S9, Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. crease of 700,000 head, or 1.6 por Div. No. 3. Clnud Renfrow, Dun-de-c. Garden refuse and kitchen waste are tion indicated that tho winds- whereas In tho entire 1918 year thero Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. usually available for them. They al- cent. Ten years ago tho averago torm-of here yesterday and laBt night was wero only sixteen such blazes In the Superintendent E. S. Howard. so feed on Insects and worms. In value per head of animals in this ono Div; No. .4 Robt. doff, Rosine. a property damage of the most disastrous that ever state with Jailer Worth Tichenor. many cases the farmer's wife and class was $19.07, a year ago It was amounting to $23,0S7. visited the State. Div. No. 5 Otis Stovens, Beaver Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. children find pleasure In caring for $44.22 and $43.14 this year. Thp There is no suggestion of fraud In This was largely duo to tho wide Dam. Surveyor- - C. S. Moxley. number of "other cattlo" in the counflock. the connection with these cases, since In Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. try at the present time Is approxi- area over which tho damage was dis a majority Div. No. 6 Nat Lindiey, Center-tow- n. the Insurance carried was tributed, the principal loss being sufmately 44,385,000, and their value Delicious Desserts Mndc from CanFISCAL COURT. by owners of wheat fields. The appreciably less than the actual loss fered $1,914,575,000. ned Grape Juice. County Board of Examiners: E. S. long winter drouth, still unbroken in incurred. Meets first Tuesday In April and at lUucli grape juice is canned mm Howard, Mrs. Birdio Mldklff, and Central Kansas, left the ground dry October. Cottonseed Meal For Work Stock HUNTING FOU GASOLINE home nowadays, for it makes one of The wind drove this soil beforo it lih-1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. One pound of cottonseed meal per snow, baring the most refreshing drinks in hot Tenchers Institute, Sept. 13th high ground of too tho Route 3. Great 'Britain is growing tired of weather, and as a base for desserts day for each 1,000 pounds live weight soil and filling the low places 1 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens. Beav It can not be excelled. The follow is the most satisfactory quantity to deep drifts. Thus uplands were en paying war prices for American gaser Dam. lng dessert recipes, using unferment- - feed work animals, according to re tirely stripped of wheat and soil am oline and efforts are being mado to On! EXAMINATIONS District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. ed grape Juice, have been suggested cent experiments conducted by the lowlands were buried in drifts of produce tho liquid fuel from native 4Ui District O. W. Rowe. Center-tow- n. cannel coal and similar sources. It Common School Diploma May 14 by the United States Department of United States Department of Agricul- earth. ture. A test in feeding cottonseed Agriculture: According to the Weather Bureau is estimated that 2,000 tons of can Btl District W. C. Daugberty.Balze- - and 1C at Hartford, Bcnver Dam and Fordsvllle.. JIlx one pint of meal to work horses and mules at tho report, Central Kansas was the cen- nel coal can be produced dally which Grape Sherbet town. May 21 and 22 County Tenchers' grape juice, the juice of 1 lemon, and Government farm, Beltsville, Md., ter of low pressure area for tho cn- - should yjcld fuel oil enough to maOth District W. 3. Dean, Dundee. Examination nt Hartford, (White). 1 heaping teaspoonful of gelatin dis- was begun in 191S, and continued tlro country and winds swept into terially affect tho Importations from 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. May 28 and 29 County Tcacher.s solved in boiling water; freeze quick- last year. When the meal was fed that area at high speed from all di- America. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Exnmlnotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). ly; add the beaten white of 1 egg In largo quantities harmful effects rections. Wind swirls of cyco-lonford, Route 6. Juno IS nnd 19 County and Stato when almost frozen. This quantity is were apparent, however, indicating proportions traveling at from for" Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvllle, that cottonseed meal, like any other to sixty miles an hour played havoc 112 Millions sufficient for eight persons. HARTFORD. mu'ft food must be fed with for a period of ten to eighteen hour (White). Grape Ice Cream Mix 1 quart of Mayor J. E. Bean. grape Juice, 1 quart of cream, 1 care, to norses ami muics. June 25 and 26 County nnd Stato Clerk J. A. Howard. and are reported to be blowing themTeachers' Examination at Hartford, pound of sugar and the juice of 1 Police Judge C. M. Crowe. to selves out early today. COLDS (Colored). Iiarjjo Cows Excel In Yield. lemon. Freeze. Marshal E. P. Cnsebler. It is officially reported the loss to g based on 38,- - wheat growers will reach millions of Sept. 17 and IS County nnd Stato records Sjllulmb Mix 1 quart of fresh ILL'S HOCKPORT Touchers' Examination at Hartford, cream, the whites of 4 eggs, 1 glass 532 dairy cows from 110 dollars. It was the second windChm'n. Board W. O. Her. (White). of grape Juice, and 2 cups of powder- associations aro being annalyzed by storm of a week, but was much Clerk N. H. Bratcher. Sept. 24 and 25 County and Stato ed sugar. "Whip half the sugar wltn specialists of tho Dairy Division, U. than tho one preceeding it. Police Judge S. L,. Fulkerson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, the cream, the balance with the eggs; S. Department of Agriculture. The m Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). mix well; add the grape juice; pour tabulations have brought out a numflftOWlDE Why Colds Aro Dnngcrous. over sweetened strawberries and ber of Interesting relations between Standard cold remedy or 20 years pineapples or oranges and bananas milk production, butterfat test, bui-tin UDict term ute, lure, no You are often told to "beware of a cpiatcs breaks up a cold in 21 over cold," fat production, and income Serve cold. nours relieves crip n J cayi. why? We will tell you: but Money back if it fail.. Tr- Bohemian Cream Mix 1 pint of cost of feed. The larger cows ex- Every cold weakens the lungs, low renuine... itec. nta a tT lied ..... V cows ers the vitality and paves the way grape-juic- e celled M. the medium and small thick cream and 1 pint of jelly; pour Into .small cups In production of both milk and but- for the more serious diseases. Teo-l- o At All Drug Start USe 3?-- N and set on Ice Serve with lady fin terfat. who contract pneumonia first take gers. The average annual milk produc- cold. Tho longer a cold hangs on tion of aU the animals was 5,936 tho greater tho danger, FOR PERSONA?. HVmPMP especially Dissolved in water for douche top pounds per cow, anu tne averago uui- - from the germ diseases, as a cold pre Docs nml The Home Table. pc!ic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflams Nearly of the meat eaten terfat Production 246 pounds. These pares tho system for tho reception mation. Recommended by Lydia E, are considerably larger than and development of tho germs of on the farm is pork, the average farm "eures PinUham Med. Co. for ten yenra. i?tb A healing wonder for nan! catarrh, consumption of pork being over 500 'the average for tho United States, in- - consumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever ore throat and sore eye Economical. per family. The greater nor- - seating tnat dairymen wno arc mem and whooping cough. The quicker pounds H.i ciUandi'nuy tleuuno, snd omriadil rower. g associations elth- - you get rid of your cold, the less tlon of the pork products used by bers of I Jw. u anisiruu. or lm.a. The PmIooTcJcI Com wy. Ho.M. .Jarmers aro produced on the homo er lsPSe ot their poorest cows or tho danger of contracting one of these 7 I A Safe 01J Fashioned farm. Swine specialists of the U. S. else mak them ,uorQ Profitable by diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Remefeeding and handling Department of Agriculture call atten- Remedy for Worms dy has a great reputation as a cure Seventy-fiv- e to the fact that a small number ' ear continlion for colds and can be depended upon. ' 'fixrcnrazsEvaeaarcMszac&ap uous use ia tho best testiOf pigs can be raised cheaply. KItch- - Immunity to IIos Cholera Lusting, It is pleasant to take. m m monial TREY'S VERMIFUGE n ms en and garden wastes, and sometimes A Beries of recent experiments on can offer you. CHEATING CHEATERS. dairy are available for duration of immunity to hog cholera Keep a bottle nlwnys on In useforover40yearsl i&J hand. It will help keep feed. .The farmer usually kills the following simultaneous inoculation of S3 Thousands of voluntary the little ones happy and hogs and dresses them on his own young pigs supports the conclusion in Philadelphia the position of IJ50 letters from women, tellhealthy. place. The hogs furnish a good va- - That the protection is lasting. Tho traffic policeman Is open only to men 30c abottle at your csrusvitt'e rr ing of the good Cardui general elorc; or il your dealer Tiety of meat and also lard. The investigations were conducted at who are six feet or more in height. ?3rrri.4 t,if.n ...bm1.!.m can't upplyyou.aendhiansma has done them. This is smoke-housand 30c in etamnajancl we'll a common improvement Ames, Iowa, by specialists of tho U. Such positions are so much sought In ncrvou prostration and female send you a bottle promptly. weafcnesse they are the supreme ihe best proof of the value after that many applicants who fall on the farm, provides a convenient S. Department of Agriculture. IT.EY. Bilticort, Md. remedy, ai thousands have testified. height by only way for curing pork. of Cardui. It proves that Altogether 171 pigs, inoculated short of the required FOR KIDFMY, LIVER AND when a week to six weeks' old and ex- a small fraction of an Inch aro temptCardui Is a good medicine STOMACH TROUBLE posed to hog cholera, at times vary- ed to cheat a littlo by rising on their Foods at Home. Produce for women. it is the best medicine ever sold 9 months and ,heels. Is the farm producing the neces ing from 5 months to over a drueglss counter. There are no harmful or An Ingenious application of elec6ary feeds for the proper feeding of 256 days later, were found without -- forming WILL YOLU drugs in habit to that tricity is now used to circumvent this the family, live stock, the farm work exception to be immune TAKE OUR Cardui. It is composed trick, and any attempt to register a stock, and the commercial live stock disease. fraudulent measurement Is disclosed only of mild, medicinal Threo of the pigs, however, died of tho farm as far as they can be proIngredients, with no bad duced economically under local con- during the period of exposure from at once. The applicant, as he stands upon the plntform under tho slide causes other than hog cholera. ditions? rulo, sets his feet upon two metal A Treatment Whcrcsbo There was no apparent Farm management studies conductgots her ed by the United States Department from the simultaneous Inoculation in plates that aro normally a trifle abova (or WEAK TAKE the platform. They arej just large good looks, of Agriculture indicate that the most any of tho pigs. LUNGS or her healThere wns no difference in tho im- enough to be covered by a man's profitable farms not only produce the thy skin, necessary farm feeds but have a sur munity of pigs from immune and non- heels, and when tho candidate stands CONSUMPTION with his heels on the floor tho plates hor pink plus of them to sell, and that usually immune sows. checks, is Pigs that were approximately .one aro so depressed that they make a on the farms producing a surplus the relief known to A quick pains (or that tired, sweats, feeling, like stock is of better quality and week old received 10 cubic centime- contact and form a circuit that lights hemop coughs, In every one, rbacei, weak luoti cberi. nlcbt or consumption. If It doea cholera serum and a lamp overhead. As long as the Is better cared for than on farms ters of anti-ho- g becauso it is apparent that it is nolatlp you II costs you nothing. g one half c. c. of virus. Pigs that man stands with both heels on the where staple feeds are bought. Lock box 610 not duo to cosmetics, paint and OHIO MEDICAL CO, were three weeks old or moro re- ground the lamp stays lighted but tlin COLUMBim n You he raises either heel the rely on Cardui. o ceived from 15 to 20 c. c. of serum moment Large Items of Income Not on powder. But tho truo womanly is Surely canwill do for ou it smallest part of an inch the contact a to three-fourth- s and from one-ha- lf Sheet beauty comes from good health, what it has done for so Is broken and the lamp goes out. Tho farmer, unlike most men in c. c. of virus. and this good health is a woman's many thousands of other Immunity was tested by injecting So does he. other lines of work, has two kinds of Eticret. women! It should help. Income, ono his regular cash income, 5 c. c. of virus Into the animals when A Timely Suggestion ',I was taken sick, the other an incomo that is almost they had attained weights exceedIlealth comes with good physseemed to be The next time you have a cough ," never measured In dollars and cents. ing, in many cases, 200 pounds. Nono ical machinery and good spirits, writes Airs. Mary E.Veste, or cold try Chamberlain's Cough Food, fuel and shelter aro three es- of tho hogs contracted cholera. The an active digestion. A body frco of Madison Heights, W. sentials of life that go to mako up experiments appear to disprove as Remedy. It is pleasant to take and V "I got down so weak, you are sure to bo pleased with tho from nains and aches comes with tho part of tho farmer's return which sertions by some observers that simcould hardly walk . . . rollet which it affords. This remedy a tonic known for over fifty years does toot show on the balance sheet. ultaneous inoculation of young pigs just staggered around, as tho best "temperance" tonic Theso aro the things that lend safety is not lasting and that immunity dis has a wide roputation for its cures of ' 1 read of Cardui, tu and stability to farm life, that en- appears at stages of growth variously coughs and colds. and nervino for woman namely, and after taking one botable tho framer to tldo over bud placed from weaning timo up to CO Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. tle, or before taking quite 1'ARTIA CORRECT. years and hard times thnt would be or 60 pounds in weight. all, I felt much better. I It can DO obtameu in any drug l peel rfeht all Lho time. Don't lay ol ruinous if ho had to pay cash fur took 3 or 4 bottles at Mrs. Bncon This paper says that store in liquid or tablet form, or frpm w.rk for days by taking calomet everything that he gets. In the case Mineral Matter and Milk that time, and was able to Kansas this year will reap four crops send 10c to Dr. Pierco Invalids' of the man on the small farm, this Experiments conducted by tho Bu- of alfalfa. do my walk. I take it in '- Safer too, and easy to take. Dont unledgered incomo Is nfton off as reau of Animal Industry, United Hotel. Buffalo, N. Y. the spring when runMr. Bacon I shouldn't bo surtako anything else. You can't aiTora great Importance to the farm family States Department of Agriculture, down. I had no appetite, Cleansing of the intestinal tract tem '"S,t"Jloiion! f c ?an8ea. By ' with dairy cows aro showing an im prised. as the cash Income. and 1 commenced eating. and , nab Mrs. Bacon But what Is alfalfa? is importapt. Tako castor oil or ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum It is the best tonic I ever portant relation hetweeu milk secre Mr. Bacon Why alfalfa is why, in its effect and certain in results. Ii IjcmI All Farm Animals. Cows saw." Try Cardui. select a vegetable pill. Such a won't be loner beforo Llv. tion and certain mineral substances. a well, It's a sort of breakfast VvLax will Tho expansion which has beon tak- Feeding compounds of phosphorus it's one i3 composed of May-appl- e, completely displaco calomel m ever food for cows. Yonkers Statesman. ing placo steadily in tho dairy indus- and calcium huve resulted in a All m leaves of aloo, root of jalap, and home.. Children can take it freely ani) try of this country during tho last with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guarbeneficial effect on tho milk J. TO pel- - anteed. 50c nnd SI in bottles. Non mado into tiny sugar-coatA seven years has at last put milk cows flow In both quantity and fat content. storo eenulne without tho Iikenesa and shrnai lets, to bo had at every FOR FLETCHER'S at tho bund of tho list of farm aniIt has been shown also that a to" o L. & GrteBby. For ealo by r 03 Dr. Pierce's Pleasant mals so fur as value. Is concerned. of phosphorus in dairy ra . H. WrLLLLMS, . tumoral c FARM DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY tha " A 1 high-prote- in used last year KILL m msyiw Cow-testin- cow-testi- inort-sever- il CASCARQUiNINE er feiitt wr ,. Motkrs 5S two-third- For cow-testln- uJ Tn TllLUlUXC For avm5 the Children be" Women frf LW$s3 xcMawsesR. e, mm:rs ,-- M- IV LS. BEAUTY SECRETS! after-effec- ts. GERMINAL REMEDY -- ct ' CARDU ... nK mnjw yi FORtONE MONTH -- The Woman's Tonic f Uiil-nuc- USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ... i 1i$!!gt$ jo Druggists M 1 I Children Cry CAST.ORI A EVM ed W :' ft ji X WORLD COTTON V s; - tho staging of tho naturalization proceedings. A majority of tho World PEOPLE HUNGRY; Wnr veterans woro wound stripes CROP DECLINES sovoral having threo such stripes. FLOUR ROTTING Officers of tho men nppeared as witnesses for them. Judgo Walter Evans In congratuBritain's Textile Trade Said lating' tho veterans upon their citi- Government Holds $50,000,- zenship said they had earned it. 000 Worth Of Flour Yet To Be In Grave DanWhllo tho soldiers woro filing out at People Starve ger tho closo n spectator romarked upon tho fact that many of them did not speak English distinctly, whereupon In all the government blundering Volition, March 20. Tho decllno In ono turned, saying 'Maybo they can't with tho country's food products no spoak well, but they fuoght and they the world's supply of cotton will other example approaches In InexJcopardlzo Britain's grcnt cotton In- bled." cusable stupidity the following story 1 dustry unless tho quantity can bo In- UIKLi: COPS GIVEN from tho New York creased, says tho Amerlcnn Chamber With or without Congress authorCOATS OF MAIL of Commorco In London, directing atity, Mr. Julius H. Barnes, head of the tention to tho roport recently mado Grain Corporation, Loulsvlllo Is said to bo tho only United States to tho Hoard of Trado by a commit- pollco department in the country hav- wants to rush more than $50,000,-00- 0 tee representing tho Drltlsh Emplro ing coats at mall for members of tho of flour to savo thousands of Cotton Growing Association. In tho rifle squad, as tho result of a gift to human beings In Austria, Poland and cotton industrial districts of Lan- tho department today of two dozen Armenia from starving to death. Nocashire nnd Yorkshire GOO.OQO pco-pl- o steel breasnlatcs. such as were used body blamed him for that. Thoro are directly dopondent for their by American soldiers during the last "o more broadstuffs in this country living on cotton, while, Indirectly days of tho World War, and Chief than can bo consumed hero. There aro dependent on it. Petty announced that members of tho are moro breadstuffs in this country Tho main dependence of Great squad would bo taught to don nnd J than can be disposed of in foreign Britain's cotton industries Is admit- woar them and drill In them. markets. Tho Grain Administration tedly on supplies of. American cotBquad drills weekly. It has on Its hands thousands of tons of Tho rlflo ton, and, as tho chambor points out was organized some time ago to bo food which It can't get rid of any flvelrcars, for various pressed Into service In ovent of mob where or anyhow. And Mr. Barnos within tho last economic and climatic reasons tho violence. The steel plates can be ad- 13 quite right to say that when five American cotton acreago has consid- justed to fit men of various sizes, million barrels of flour are spoiling erably decreased whllo hor consump- and would protect tho wearer's vi- on his hnnds because ho can't sell any of It it is a shame not to send It to tion hnB Increased. British exports tal organs from bullets. savo famished people from death by have ostlinntcd that If tho yearly starvation. American crop should drop below tho 5000 AMEIUCAX SOLDIERS nverago, say of 13,000,000 bales, of But with all sympathy for those WKilK MARRIED ABROAD COO pounds each, of which Uritatn starving peoples and with all supnormally absorbs 415,000 bales, the Washington, March 19. Ameri- port of Mr. Barnes' plea for giving Lancashire trado would have to re- can doughboys, gobs and devil dogs, them relief, ono also may Justly reworking. Given sort to short-tlm- o have married about 5,000 foreign mind tho United Slates Grain Corn continuance of tho samo shortage brides during tho Americans' sorv-Ic- o poration and tho United States Govconditions, all manufacturing maabroad and have already brought ernment what n wrong has been done chinery would ultimately cease. In 3,709 of these new wives back home, the American people to make them l"v of this opinion tho ostlmatcd according to figures submitted to pay famine prices' for their bread. drop this year In American cotton to tho War Department by tho Com- This is exactly what they had to do 11,000,000 bales Is giving rlso to manding General of tho Port of Em- when such prodigious surpluses of much serious thought in Britain'-tradbarkation at Hoboken. Up to March breadstuffs were piling up that now circles. 15, 1920, tho number of brides who thero is no way to get rid of the figures as a basis, Taking pro-wcamo Into this country through Ho supplies, and If they cannot be set.t on an errand of mercy across tho seai tho Amerlcnn Chamber places tho boken were: world's total output of cotton at ap Lux- - they must rot. French, 2,295; British, 1,101; proximately 25,500.000 bales of 500 emburglan, 92; Belgian, 79; Italian Five million barrels of flour! In Ispounds each. Of the finest Sea 41; German, 31; Russian, 23; Span- tho United States there is an esti (and also the land cotton grown ish 7; Swiss, 5; Polish, 5; Greek mated' number of some 20,000,000 smallest crops), tho British empire Dutch, Bumanlans, 3; Serbian, 2; families. A whole barrel of flour 0; tnkes 4,000 bales of a total of Jugo-Sla2; Czech, 1; Mexican, 1; for one American family out of every of tho second grado, and the unknown, 14. Total, 13,709. No four! A quarter of a barrel of flour best Egyptian cotton, totaling Gr.'. record is available of tho number of for every American family! And all 000 bales, tho emplro takes 552,000: brides returned to Europe. of It going to waste! of tho remaining 1,000,000 bales of Mr. Barnes declares tho American Only those who received and car Egptlan, African and Peruvian cot- ed for in hostess houses under su people will not buy It because it Is ton, Oreat Britain's share Is 730,000 pervision of tho Red Cross aro listed flour made of soft winter wheat and grades of bales. A number camo by commercial boats they want only tho higher With n view of making the em- and of these, there Is, of course, no flours. This may be the fact, although tho commltteo's plro it also may be the fact that tho record at tho Port of Embarkation. main suggestions are: That govAmerican people were not- - willing to ernment should make an ennual CAIIIXET'S COSTLY TALK. pay nearly $11 a barrel for such grant of at least 10,000 pounds toflour. If they could have bought tho ward tho work of tho committee; that All of tho government waste of Inferior flour for something llko what n bureau bo established for printer's Ink and whlto paper caunot they used to pay for the very best chango of knowledge in connection bo laid at tho doors of the senate and grade of flour they might have been with tho cotton growing; that funds house of representatives, according glad to take it approximating 100,000 pounds per to Senator Smoot, chairman of tin But suppose American consumers anuupj. for cotton growing within Joint committee on printing. Ho ro- would not have taken the flour now the empire, should bo raised by levy cently laid before tho senato state left on tho Grain Corporation's hands on tho cotton Industry of tho United ments showing that thoro have at half of $11 a barrel or at iny price Kingdom; and, finally, that tho govon the order of tho excutlvo and suppose the millions of bushels ernment should bo prepared to assist departments 30,144,362 copies of of wheat which went Into that flour tho colonies nnd protectorates by Tho cost of printing, hauling nnd when thero was no demand for it had guarantees to provldo railroads, mailing amounted to $442, 70S and been offered as basic food, in tho waterways, harbors, etc. tho money came out of tho public grain, to others who could have used Lancashire appears, says tho Amcr-ho- r treasury. Mr. McAdoo, as director it. The millions of bushels of wheat share toward adopting tho re- of railroads, was tho most liberal would have looked good to the commendations of the committee. At user of tho public printer, his farmer who was short of supplies to a meeting of tho Manchester Chamber speeches bolng circulated by mil- - fatten his poultry and hogs of Commerco thoro was practically au lions of copies. Tho question of When tho Administration Jacked .unanimous agreement that mcanr, economy along this lino Is always up and held up tho prices of wheat Should bo dovised to augment sup- up In congress, but It is hoped by and flour, although thoro was a vast plies of British grown cotton, and Senator Smoot that at last some fa- - surplus for American consumers and thoro seems llttlo doubt that tho vorablo action may bo obtained. although thoso American consumers. iniL'tTPKtrrt nnnual low of 100,000 lqimds would bo easily raised among tlio Lancashire cotton intorests. Sun-Heral- d: o - had been taxed to provldo the Government's wheat guarantee prico to farmers, tho greatest wrong dono thoso taxpayers and consumers was not merely In thus causing famine prices for their bread. It was in so multiplying tho costs of all grains needed to feed and fatten livestock and poultry that beef and (mutton, pork nnd bacon, poultry and eggs, milk and butter were also driven up to famine prices. Whether It is the steer or tho lamb. market It is merely condensed grain the hogs or tho pullet, when ready for for mankind to cat. The price of tho animal foods, of the milk and th butter and tho checso must go up when the grains used to feed and fatten the livestock and tho poultry go up. And when those foods go up the price of labor, which cannot do its work without adequate food, must go up. And when tho prico of labor goes up everything used by the popu-latlo- n of a country must go up. And so it Is that, whilo the grain policy of the United States Govern ment may havo cost the American people perhaps no moro than a bil lion dollars In actual bread, it has cost them billions upon billions in all their other food, in all the clothes they have to wear, in all the shelter they have had to wear, In all tho shelter they have had to buy or rent, In every service they have had to buy. m Get Rid of That Irritating Cough rifcntii&l 5 ywitxtd? SSm7 -"--v: jcjjt n Free yourself from that ugly, irritating cough that annoys your family and friends and keeps you awake at night. It weakens your throat, causes hoarseness and is an indication of more serious trouble to come. Loosen the congestion in your throat and raise the COUGIL phlegm by taking GOFF'S cough. SYRUP. It's the pure-hern herbs and ex syruD made by boiling (No-Dope) b, well-knowany-kin- ill 3 ,,, H B tracting their juices according to a formula over 100 years old. No Narcotics or Opiates of in GOFF'S. Get a bottle today. Keep it in the house all the time. It brings quick and positive relief from Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Whooping; Cough and Croup. The children like it. Get GOFFS The Original No-Do- pe COUGH SYRUP Drugrjiit From Your Grocer Waoletal Factory Agency for Toil Territory at 30c. and 60c. a Bottla did not help you. or Parsons & Scoville Co. Evaniville, lad. GOFF'S COUClfSYRUPMaJm COPF'S it Guaranteed to help yoc and your children. Every dealer it authorized to return your money without question U you ny it by S. D. Coff & Son Co.. Camdtn. N. J. m MEXICO ASKS RETURN OF SANTA ANNA'S CORK LEG Springfield, HI., March 20. Turn back the pages of time eighty years. Gen. Santa Anna rides a fiery steed In the battle of Cerro Gordo as commander of a Mexican unit against the Americans. One leg hangs limply on tho side of the horse. Why? It Is cork. Yes, the great generalissimo has but one good support. Comes a dash from the Americans. Gen. Santa Claus no, wo mean Santo Anna retreats In haste. In the disorder off comes the cork leg. When tho smoke of battle Is cleared away two buck privates of Company B. 4th Illinois Infantry, discover the leg and bring It tyack to the American lines Later It Is sent to IlliIn triumph. nois and Springfield, whore It reposes today In the state historical -- Choldren Cry for Fletcher's Ihe in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been of and has been made under his per finnnl sunervisfnn Kinc Its fnfnnrrrr. , Wuzswrz-izxcrWin, .A11nw uw nni tn nprcina rrnu in U1W, U Me iiivii nn www .w w.wwiw J V d " are but; All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment, Just-as-goo- library. Now comes a request from the Mexican government for a return of the leg". It would have the trophy as a momorlal, says a communication to the state government from the strife-tor- n republic to our Bouth. Whether It will be returned if a matter still to be decided, As there Is no particular danger of a. new Mexican crisis over its disposition state officials are taking their time in deciding tho Castoria is a harmless substitute for. Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Jt is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narQotio substance, Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating thQ Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Xho Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A genuine; CASTORIA always Bears the Signature of matter, . THE TALLEST CIHMXEY 'f CASTOR Always bears SIgna'ture of Illness Costs U. 3. Wage Earners I A Billion Dollars Every 12 Months For Infants and Children 7& In Use For Over 30 Years Qcax7&ZcArtl MADE .1ICSUS s? 1EKI FOR I'ROl'HRTV CIIItlSY March 13. According to Randolph County records, 160 acres of land near hero wore deeded to Jesus Christ seventy years ago. The deed was mado by John Wright nnd wlfo, becauso they believed It tholr duty to return to tho Lord tho material goods with which Ho had blessed thorn. Tho lawful heirs contlnuo to llvo on tho land since the death of the Wrights, holding it in trust. mMANY VETERANS BECOME NATURALIZED CITIZENS Moxlco, Mo., Hardly does 6no placo boast of the tallest stack in tho World when a taller one Is built at another place. Japan boasted ono 570 feet high and then Tacoma, Wash., built one with a height of 573 feet. But now the record has gone to Anaconda, Mont., where a stack rises 585 feet and has an Inside diameter of 60 feet at the top. Ono wonders as to the purpose of such enormous stacks. A draft must be created and tho smelter gases disposed of. But besides that, the stack does reclamation work. From the metallurgical smoke are reclaimed gold, silver, copper and arsenic which would otherwise be wasted. It has been estimated that a stack in Arizona throws away 1800 ,tpns of copper ft year. A Montana smelfcr wastes enough sulphur dioilils fri a day to make tons of sulphuric add, Not only Is it desirable to recover this material, but unless recovered tho surrounding vegetation and population suffer. For, example, the present biggest stack is expected to recover 32 tons of arsenic a day enough to poison all the potatobugs and other pests in tho world it would seem. 3,-4- In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THg CKHTAUH COMMHV, NKW-VOR- CITV. SSP5W mfcs if" Use Dependable Paint '.. c The Dependable Paint foe HOUSE BARN SILO ROOF FLOOR GATE MACHINERY IRON WORK SILK HOSE FOR WOMEX COMIXG NEXT Muskogee, Okla., March 20. If n Muskogee artist has his way about d it silk hose for women will make an appearauco hero soon. According to Jack Brown, tho artist, ha has perfected a process which will enable htm to paint pictures on silk stockings with no ill effect to the texture. Tho process, I is understood, has been patened HAND-PAINTED hand-painte- The time for painting r.za crhvccJ-us' a paint with a reputation. The Red Spot line ia not only tho complete line, but the quality line. That's one reason we handle it and etake our reputation on iL Let us figure with you on your require-- " x ! rnents. ACTON BROS., - j-- soldiers from Camps Taylor and Honry Knox and Zachary nlno civilians wore naturalized In tho United States District Court Friday morning. Sovonty of tho men in olive drab uniforms woro mombers of tho First Division who had attested to their loyalty to tho United States Government on the battlefields of Europo. Tho 'other soldlors woro Artillery at from the Eighty-fir- st Camp Knox. Tho appearance of thQ uniformed mon'lent color and Impresslveness to Sovonty-elght Tho annual sick bill of 30,000,-00- 0 American wago earners is $1,000,000,000. Tho time clock of tho nation shows that each worker, through sickness, loses an avorago of nine days. This means that the working time of tho nation is decreased by moro than 850,000 years. Half of the bllllon-dolla- r sick bill represents wages lost subtracted from the total of earnings oxpected, to flnnnco tho budgets of Tho other millions of families. half represents tho bill for doctors, nurses nnd medicines. And tho total is twico the amount Clvca annually In tho United States for all philanthropic pur' poses, Jn normal times. This is tho problom of Illness as It Is presented by tho survey now being made by the Intor-churWorld Movement. The survoy has formulated a program as a proposal for tho cooperative effort of the evangelical churches. An increase in tho and capacity of existing denominational hospitals la the first provision of this program. Construction of 31 new hospitals Is the second. Tbeso hospitals Include. 12 general hospitals for white people; twelve for uogroes; ono tuberculosis sanitarium for Arizona; four hospitals for Incurables and two children's" hospitals. ch cy STERLING VALUES AT HIGHEST MARKET OF PRESENT YEAR New York, March 22 Tho really noteworthy incident on Friday's firlso nancial markets was tho In sterling exchange to a level not reached sinco December. Not with any viow apparently to tho movement tho stock market continued tho wild fluctuations of yesterday in tho industrial shares. Thoso stocks rose and fell back alternately with tho familiar and purposeless vlolenco, and ns beforo, under purely professional auspice's, thero wero numerous substantial advances. The reactions though wore so rapid as to leavo the - wmu MJETi' VVTVIHtm HARTFORD, KIT. Aim day's net changes extremely Irregu- lar. From yesterday's closing rate ot $3.75 sterling exchange advanced under actlvo buying today to $3. S3 This Is well abovo tbo previous high price of the year the $3.81 & level touched last week Thursday. Thero was no more specific explanation for tho rise today than thero has been throughout tho advance from $3.18 during the past, flvo or six weeks. What It plainly means, however, Is tho progressive improvement of England's position on tho International credit market' since London began to send us gold and tho British Government policy ot redeeming Its American loans was announced. Incidentally, cables today reported a further reduction In England's "currency notes" during the week, Thero aro now 32G,250,000 pound sterling outstanding, as against 356,000,000 pounds sterling at tho end of December and 324,000,000 pounds sterling a year ago. Tin lcductton since November of noarly ISO.OOO.OCU pouul sterling or 3'i nor tent, compare J with a not increase of 1,000,000 lbs., sterling for tho same period last year. S3EE&ES ODDLY STRUNG Dy ": IV TOtamp with a purpose vlows wlt'.i JrM(1 the approach or life's msvistc wttr through n foolish fear of Hiw wflwil T)f ,leath, hut out of a :sarwfc.Kl!r retlrrtlon that he must -- I. B. Clalro.) 'rcMeu-n.unfJnlbe- task. Mltlnrt of death, and 0110 hours devoted to jBks MtesrttHTn.stUifl hut necessary in- f.rfn'SRwwa Ipjlplhonn hl3.1caso on life. &m wMlf .'lirmf 5? n - Mio f.atnw miBb .patient .research nnd I am In doubt roflcrUnn, wiirtivrr.lirp.i n. tragedy, a- - comedy vunlnthomaule mystery, iwr.w-'.ftftnrtJtfwfcHtxiTer It Is I shall try to meet i2..ixH&i1-inTlietnal Industry and a for conventional morals. n b hcurtthat Jones wasted yester- Idled today are, stand- sfcnsarcaSMiuoot apparent trifling consr- .Krtsexvtn;t the aggregate hours that aaB5ifS?j, waste would, if applied to TfseSJa production, banish want an Trom the earth. TIEfca Saasntf iSinlth -- past few months, is slowly Improving. Mr. Arch Foster and family nnd Mr. Jesse Foster and family visited their mother, Mrs. Pat Foster, Sunday Mr. Dob Rownn nnd nephew, Key, loft last week for Crescent City, Tla. whero they aro thinking of buying ' homes. Mr. Robert Kirk and family, of near Darnett's Creek, visited Mr. Howard Webb Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Joo Thomasson purchased a fine span of mules from Mr. Leslie Ward, one day last weok, for which he gave $475.00. Mr. S. L. Whittakor and sons, Carnnd Charlie, were guests of roll, Mr. Ira Ellis, Sunday. Mrs .Lee Johnson and children, who have been at tho bedside of Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Dave Havener, for the last few weeks, returnMrs. Haed to their home Sunday. vener has been HI of flu but Is slowly Improving. When the water goes down and tho roads get dusty, I'll send you more news not so old and rusty. NOTICE! On account of tho Increased cost of labor! coal( oil and material we nro compelled to either suspend pperation of tho Kentucky Light & Power Company's plant or ralso the rafo for lights and water. Wo therefore elect to raise tho ra'cs, as follows: Minimum lights for residences ?1.G0 per month, 17c per K. W. You will be entitled to 9 K. W, for $1.50. lights for business Minimum houses $2.00 per month, 15c por K. W. You will bo entitled to 14 k". W. for $2.00. Minimum water rates $1.50 per month, 2Gc additional for each cow, horse, mule or automobile. Water for residences witu complete outfit $1.35 jier month, tho usual rate, with 25c additional per month for each cow, horse, mule or automobile. Whore the water is cut off in winter and turned on again In the spring the fee for samo will bo $1.00. Under no consideration will parties be allowed to water their gardens. Tho Company resorves tho right to Immediately cut off the water whero the parties Insist on watering gar den, and it will not bo turned on, except the party pay a penalty of $5.00. Any person not willing to pay the above rates will please notify tho Company of this fact and' the water or lights will be discontinued, at once. Tho above rates to take effect on and after April 1st., 1920. We regret tho necessity of making tho above raise, but it is absolutely necessary If we continue to operate tho plant, otherwise wo wHl be compelled to dismantle tho plant and discontinue operation of same. il s PRING Merchandise IN ABUNDANCE IN EVERY 't X OAuna tn'Jtite physically deaf, and yet if4amsfflw6tlnK cr Twnaitont turcwKttSfcUintte iftio oMis cniiAiiVo by understanding of Mrs. Larkin Baker is quite sick, at Ave are unconsciously this time. similar folly. . Is so foolish as to talk rowat o tho conduct of that wJur. retaliates a wrong, as if JisSsnTwvvwuld conjure an enemy to nwracrraiiate people Jovo us by being ttaiwcscine hls grievance. Wo can jmnuwso.them. Ana yet how often jxszrtf-TSz- best of friends, or man and rsr jiarrct and child hopelessly csa2zwayjQ Ijy pursuing such a false 'pilroKaiby. TSutjo iHiflles analysis. All that h TisfltftaJiStr known of Its constitution Is tfest'A reacts to Itself with irrealsta-GSnadJClJiIt- y. and by constant recipro-s8iE- j; aaaty ascend to tho magnitude And, saSTfiKC. avermasterlng passion. lit is a passion none can above tho measure of his tec undor-SS-JZ3- & per-oias- '? Sfenselsto love what darkness is to i'fcspit.-wha- t disease Is to health, what dtasO&Ss to life and what hell is to Sottssrasn, and yet none of us is guiltless ratju-- . .flehasing SC experience. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Morris, of Rock-por- t, nro visiting relatives here. "Mr. Hugh Everly, of Evansvllle, visited relative? hero last week. Mr. Vernon Everly, who has been living hero, has moved to Kimbley Mines. Mr. Orover Brown, who has been in Arkansas for some timo, has re turned home. Mrs. W. S. Hill, of Hartford, spent from Thursday until Saturday with KENTUCKY LIGHT & POWER CO. her mother, Mrs. Sue Everly. E. G. Uuirnss, Manager. Floyd Hope was iujured In Mr. tho Rockport Minos, Saturday but his condition Is not thought to be serious. Mr. Odra Allen, of this place and Mr. Dennis Allen, of near here, have WHY FEED HOGS moved to tho Jim Dank's farm, near Martwlck. That Eat More Than Others Mrs. Robert Danks, of Nelson, was Do to Make the Same tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Dru-slll- a Barnard, Sunday and attended Growth? When You Church here. -- DEPARTMENT Preparations begun six months ago has developed into a mammoth stock of highgrade, uptotheminute Oh! I See! Can Get the I, Spring Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings3 Ready-mad-e Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts and passion. . CLEAR UUX. ,1,1 lll I. I,. 'r'53j:ci!nlan cry, and come down when and relatives at Heflln Saturday night iee3 begin to buzz and get and Sunday. Mrs. Fidelia Stewart, of Owens-boro- , ssgkskijb more issue of the dear old i3 visiting friends and relative goes down to the tsiiMse twlille he hero and at Harnett's Creek, this nasrxiQXvit Grassy and verifies the week. in store for him. Little Miss Bolva Hoover, of near Boda, spent the week-en- d with her TChiVS conspiracy Fluke and Alec SsrfcKyftavo formed to bleed me for a grandmother, Mrs. Emma Hoover, it r SEVisl-w.v- er of joy water, by threaten-5te- this place. Mrs. Fannie Murry, of this place, tan axposo some of my past Ttjs.iarci-jlo the Madam, won't work. visited her cousin, airs. Joanne Ev3. vsta .snumethlng of a diplomat, and I erting', of the Washington neighbor.israssvilways made it a religious prac hood, last week. Mr. C. C. rioover Is making premy wfiP Jake the Madam into my good parations to havo his daughter, Miss frankly confess Owens-borvwaulwatt When I havo walked In Lula, who Is very sick at brought to her home here, I never S2vw strralght and narrow path ijiwrf to conceal the fact from her, soon. Tho Members of tho Baptist Church m. ftuvee Just outed with it. Some sum. aunlre the mistako of assuming hero will meet the first Sunday In their Sabbath -- a ant worth while to tell their April to organize vsuna..siur)iit their good conduct, but School. Everybody near enough t" to be invited wrong. Hearing of so much attond Is cordially sSruuXVie nrerago woman will believe present every Sunday afternoon at that even a little bad 3 o'clock. ' .1 o UBJt 3m inked with It. NOTICE! . . My farm of 120 acres for sale, near of my Interest fc tanre Inst nothing Ky. Republican, Rob Roy, for the izi ODA HAYCRArr. 3St2p jsl S JifiTfl now been so long away coloring which ' .iteu X awn lost to local hase paragraphs their chief VW ucwats., il 'thoy ever had any lnter-iam1 1 fear my cold and clumsy ,,S3Aj3rpljy will prove a rather tame And I sincerely re-4amfeMessiuunent. iZw condition is so. I should be j&itosae, keep in touch with the reader .mtxhe paper if I were in a position vt u 'a. It is my habit, maybe my wjUkasMnu, to only slowly glow away taunt Mmso I have once admired, and : Stem- nltopubllcan readers will lose ijwmitaft In my paragraphs long Man interest iu writing them. 3n& !tw often timo decrees events MrfrtwUo than as wo would will lirti ZKay Tj ! o, siza ttempted to answer Fluke's Mr. Earl Thomasson visited friends i O. I. C JxS? '&& h Milf" J3ar Which makes the nicest dressed hog in the world arid is a great pig producer, the least inclined to rogue, and I never knew of one to catch a chicken. We have young pigs, both sex, also bred and unbred gilts, tried sows, excellent male. Would be pleased to have you come and give our stock Pedigree fura nished with all sales. Adlook-ove- r. Waists. Everything 'that's best linery. in 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 ori par here. dress, LOYALL P. BENNETT, Route 7 Hartford, Ky. Home Phone 10S 1 rings. k, ?i George Delker Buggies! - YOU ARE INVITED Yes, we urge you for your own to come in and care- t NOTICE Vim fully loook through our show-irig- s Ohio County Fiscal Court will J1 ttoeifiMw.1)ids on not less than two nor laudot 'J.hnn four tractors, for road for SPRING. xnmw. on tho Cth day of .ana "COUNTY FISCALAm 1920 COURT. 43BKQ 11, bids will be received and W. C. Ulnnkenshin, mm JJy Clerk. J1EFLIN. Homer Nanco visited at Mr. Jfom "Khomasson'B, Sunday. TSws. Mary Riggs visited her son. jSir. fOpslay Riggs, and .family, Mon- SMB. 'JOa. "Paul XMi vulativos Russell vlsltod friends at Ltvormoro u fow Spring is here, and the roads will soon be fine. Sd get that Geo. Delker Buggy while getting is good. We have a good stock now, but are not assured of prompt delivery in the future. LP.Barnes&Bro BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. .Jmrn -- istnveek. Turn. Perry Kirk and son, Roy, of .Jartttorjl, viRlted Mr. and Mrs. John arwWfu'Uw day lsat wwk. Vm MPXf ACTON BROTHERS Hartford, Kentucky. A John Hamlgt, who has been ' of whit fiwoJllng for 4hc f r"3f.5C jwmmi fmmmi. ,."Ji- - Am